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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 19, 1943
Publication Date: -1992
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Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 82, no. 91 (Sept. 13, 1992).
General Note: "The voice of the Everglades."
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Volume 28-Number 39 Okeechobee, Florida, Friday, March 19, 1943 Price Five Cents

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J. J. NORRIS PASSED AWAY
CONVENTION: : SYSTEM OF I Local Lions Club
News and ViewsOf NOMINATING CANDIDATES AT SATURDAY HIS HOME: OF IN LAST ALABAMA WEEK

IS GENERALLY OPPOSED

OkeechobeeMen Arranges ProgramFor
J. J. Norris passed away a.t his
Tallahassee. Mar. 17. (FNS) -
home in Madrid. Ala., last Saturday
The recent suggestion of the Hon. rf ouatm 3ia morning following a heart at Charter Night
In Service T T. Turnbull former chairman of hi n c + c
tack.; Mr. Norris was 67 years old
the State Democratic Committee
:and had lived in Madrid many -
and attorneys for the State Railroad (
: 'years. He was the brotherinlawof : At the meeting of the local Lions
Commission, that Florida re- [ 1 q ;
Vernon Burke who Is stationed 'Club
last
I'' Ed, Alto, Horace and Walter night arrangements were
with the United States Navy at turn to convention nomination of s.' Watford, and Mrs. N. Q. Culbrethof I completed for the Charter Night
candidates and abandonment I In I
Jacksonville arrived home this party S r I Okeechobee. affair that will be held next Thursday
of !the primaries, has brought a''
week and Is spending a short leave He was laid to rest in the cemetery : night. March 25, when the
here with his parents. Mr. and Mrs.J. storm of protest from all sections at Madrid Sunday afternoon. i charter will be presented to the

W. BUrke. I of the state. I Those Attending the funeral from i local club at a banquet to be held
Press reaction seems to be almost
I II q here were Gilbert Culbreth and I at the Nix: Cafe. A very interesting
unanimous in opposition to he sug- ,
Word has been received here that I gestlon. State political leaders are I Horace and Walter Watford. program has been arranged for the

Private C. E. Kilpatrick who has scs+iturn V occasion.
antagonistic
equally
been with the parachute troops has I II { The club expects about sixty vis-
been honorably discharged from the I VI -- I aa.wtatwsa Hancock Praises itors from the nearby clubs of Pa-

army. Several months ago he Injured I Rev. Harry Wilson I Ii hokee, Belle Glade. West Palm
his arm and shoulder In making I Beach Vero Beach and Moore Ha
a parachute landing. He has City Officials On ven, and arrangements are belna-
been In several army hospitals i Will Preach Here made to take care of that many

where he was treated and was only Refunding guests. Tuesday night is charter
recently discharged from Walter : Bond night for the Lions Club at Moore

Reed Hospital at Washington. For Baptists Sun. 'larly the harried bushiness man. I Haven and a number of the mem-
State Association bers of the local
to Ignore requests for InformationIn organization expect
who ( all\ but a few Instances) If the March 17, 1943 ,I to attend that meeting.
Captain Joseph O. Fisher ( Another former Okeechobeelan Is does not To the Editor of the OkeechobeeNews The Okeechobee Lions Club is be-
has been spending a short furlough her making good. We are happy to Adopts Plans To questionnaire Budget Bureau number carry Slkes I a : Ing sponsored by the Pahokee Club

with his wife who Is brother-in-law'making have him supply the pulpit at the points out that In the future the Please give me space in the News and Ruppert Mock, president of
home here with her church in the absence of sincere appreciationfor that organization, with
E.iinist public will not be annoyed with to express my together
Nathan Prevent
and sister. Mr. and Mrs. nor pastor. ShortageThe senseless and burdensome demands the splendid efforts our city sevedal other members, were here
Zelmenovitz, left this week to return -j Rev. Wilson came to Okeechobeeas from bureaucratic officials are making liquidate the I] Sunday afternoon to assist the local -
busybodies.
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to Camp Sam Houston a lad if 10 with his parentsMr He cautions, however, that tax' indebtedness of our city. They area I I club in working out the details
San Antonio, Texas where he is and Mrs. E. J. Wilson. He con- problem which faces schools returns and other Information essential be highly commended by our entire for the banquet and presentation of
stationed with the army medical tinued his education In our local b\ reason of many teachers resign. to the operation of the Bu- citizenship for the efficient the charter.In .

corps. I i I schools where he gdaduated In 1934. iiu Is extremely critical It will tea U of Internal Revenue do not work they are doing. It is to be the absence of the local president
HP was !licensed to preach by this g ow more so before the beginning come unde the act which is aimedat hoped that the people will catch Gilbert Culbreth who was
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Lieut. and Mrs. Chas. L. Raulerson church under the ministry of Rev. o;: next school year We believe that the promiscuous demands for the spirit of progression that has j 11n Alabama Dr. T. T. Coleman first
and daughter Lynn spent Saturday W. B. Archer ordained by the the extent of this problem is not non-essential Information. been Introduced by our Honorable i vice president of the club presidedat

Sunday and Monday In First Baptist Church of Deland generally understood by those whoa "Time Is too valuable and manpower Mayor, City Council and City Clerk. the meelng.
OlCMOhobee visiting relatives and while Stetson University. >'e not closely In touch with hundred cent
attending I is too: scarce to waste Com- and line up one per I V---
Raulerson U
friends. Lieutenant He served the First Baptist Churchof icrrols. For a long time teacher with their plan.
and red must'
forms tape
now stationed at Camp Murphy, South Bay three years salaries have been very low plicated'0" Sikes said.Farmers. We the people. needed Improve- Navy Cruiser Will
at Hobe Sound where he was i Moving to North Florida he attended bv comparison. They constitute ments. We greatly needed a water
transferred from Camp Wheeler, Florida what the Federal Government refers V- and I
| the Unlvedsity of ijianti we needed paved streets
Macon, Oa.. more. than. a year ago. j and served the Providence. Lacrosse to as sub-standard pay.A of State ther conveniences. So great were : Be Here Tomorrow
and Hague Baptist churches. minimum expectation Is forschool our needs for such improvements
The Boromel family is in receipt :| H" is now the highly! esteemed and boards to be permits) we were prompted to Issue bonds !
of a letter from Fred Bore- loved pastor of the First Baptist enough funds to be able to pay ,1 Organize Fight against the city for that purpose. To Recruit WAVESThe
met who is with the naval forces Church of Lachoochee. Florida: beginning teacher with two years 01 Our bonds sold at a good price and
now operating in the North African You have II special Invitation to standard training above high schoolat for more than twenty years we nave i -
waters, In which he states that he I come and worship with us and hear the rate of not less than $23 Against RulingsOcala. enjoyed the proceeds of the money. ] huge eleven-ton recruiting
is gettlnz: along fine and is seeing ,: thisoung man he will supply! the >er week on a sear round basis We have an excellent water system "cruiser" unit from district headquarters
plenty of action. He also states [I pulpit both morning and evening Using this $1.300 as minimum.. ; no better water can be foundin in Miami will roll into
that he is getting very anxious to |I March 21st. boards should need also to build March 17. (FNS)-Militant Florida than we have in Okeechobee Saturday March 20 to

get back to Okeechobee. .. 1f for only _Rev. JJ_ <_J. Alderman win. IK .me...ft salary (schedules which will provide i action..by ,th< membership of; the chobee..W* have good paved okce-I' bring the story of the Navy's need .,.
a-hort visit. ,. -fr. >- guest speaker the First Baptist dt'quate'e l'1y increments. for Florida Farm Bureau as regardsthe all paid for With funds of WAVES and SPARS to release
, I Tiuech of Arcadia. Florida. He training and expedience.In welfare of foodstuffs producedIn ceived from the sale of bonds.It men from shore duty for sea duty
Howard Wise who Is In training was born and reared In Arcadia order to meet this critical the state was Indicated here in seems to me now that the with the rapidly expanding Unite
at the naval base at Vero h'l receiving his education and graduating problem we shall have to exert the report released by John Ford, thing we need most is a good workIng I States Fleet.
spent Wednesday afternoon. from DeSoto Countv mom 1 1-evolr efforts. We need and sincerely executive secretary" following the financial system such as has Captain of the crew of the
Thursday of last week hate School in 1924. Later attending the hope we may have the good \'eek-end meeting of the legislative been planned by our City Council. "cruiser" in charge of securing

Mrs. Wise. I University of Florida: and the S. F. l 1-elp of state officials and legislators c-inmlttee and executive committee. This plan should have the approvaland WAVES and SPARS is Ensign RuthJ.
Bible School.BOOMTOWN. To this end we submit the following This week L. L. Sturkie of the financial backing of every Meyer West Palm Beach resident -
Johnnie Llvhtsey. son of Mr. and I V Items .ili. ((2)) and (5) of Bureau's vegetable committee will property owner in the city. It is who Is attached to District
Mrs Van Uzhtsey has recentlytfn : WASHINGTON! which we are proud to say are already appear at the OPA hearing at Pompano our obligation. No others are liable Naval Officer Procurement Officein
transfe-red to the Naval Air i I FREEDOM: FACTORY CITY accepted and established In and appeal for a complete for the payment of these bonds. Miami.

Station at Opa Locka. Johnnie enlisted of- I! OF THE NATION IN MOVIEEeryone the minds of State Officials. Legislators lifting of existing\; price ceilings on 1 hope to see all the people work- "Women are needed in every
in the navy in February and a great majority of taxpayers vegeables. I: ing together, facing the situation phase of naval work." Ensign
this year and was sent to Jacksonville I I Is familiar\ with the of the State: 1 Unless sane recognition of the w 1th due consideration and givingour Meyer recently stated "and we are
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where he took his basic train- I souvenir postcard sightseeing City U> State-aid Unit of $800. farmer's problem can be brought officials the support due them. anxious to interview every applicant -

Ing before being. sent. to Opa Locka. of Washington. D. C. But what <2> New Tax Program operating about and an opportunity given Then we may soon have an Inter- in this area to explain to her
about the concrete and beaverboard uniformly In all counties with full him to conduct his operation without est and Snking Fund that will where she can fit Into the WAVESor
arrived
Sergeant Jesse D. Wilson city-war-time Washington-Boomtown value of all property personal and bureaucratic Interference a amply provide for the current interest SPARS."
home Wednesday night and Is D. C.? A factory city where real assessed according to officially good percentage of the people in on bonds and a Sinking Fund Experience is not absolutely nec-
spending several days here with his there Is only one purpose-Industry prescribed measures of value: this country will know the meaning for the retiring of bonds as they essary. The Navy will train women
parents. Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Wilson. ('-and the only Industrygovernment. this supplemented, by enforcement of "stark hunger" before many come due. between the ages of 20 and 36 for
Jesse enlisted in Army Air Force I! -f collections as provided by law. months. Respectfully specialized work: as enlisted persons
last year at Tallahassee and several remained ':I Each government building is' We endorse the practice adopted Under present rulings and restrictions H. H. Hancock. nel. Two years of high srhool training

In that camp busy manufacturing separate parts 1 by many Boards of County Com the farmer Is expectedto -- v or business. school education is
month.? before he was transferredto for the machine called "govern- missioners of describing separatelyIn produce at a loss, and every possible I all that is requires. Pay for a
Keesler Field In Mississippi. i ment" which we control at a stockhcldprs' display advertisement, pieces of handicap is placed In his way We Can l Have a third class pety officer who has
." ha, ,.,.:9.sent.. to Fred-
From ...ere n* he'is meeting every four years delinquent property. when it comes to securing necessary dependants runs as high as $160.50
prick Field. Oklahoma, where to': The Treasury Building computesthe ((3) Take up loss of race track) machinery, supplies and labor. I per month.
now stationed. He expects rising cost of production the funds. Much of the nation's finest dairy School BandYes Officers are also needed. Women
leave for his return trip to camp | FBI sees that all distribution ter <14> A supplemental state appropriation cattle has gone to the slaughter between the ages of 21 and 50 who

Sunday. i ritories are properly serviced the designed to assist those' house because dairy farmers have have had two years of college plus
State Department keeps In touch counties whose taxable wealth per been robbed of help and faun! we can have a school band two years of active business experience
Dowling Watford who has been with Its managers abroad and the child is Insufficient to provide a themselves unable to obtain feed. if every boy and girl with any kind are eligible.In .
taking a special course In training I| nine men on the Supreme Court minimum state program for schools. Pcultrymen have no heart to con of band Instrument will get It out pointing out the need for wo
with the United States Army Greely at, I are the examining board to see that i t5t As a safeguard to taxpayers j' tinue In business under the ever and clean it up and meet Miss Fin- men In the armed forces of the
Colorado State College. the specifications are correct. continued emphasis >on the State' Increasing and impossible bureaucratic ger at the high school Thursday Navy, Ensign Meyer said that a

Colo., has recently been transferred Field, |I. And through all of this run the Superintendent's supervision and i I handicaps and regulations. night April 1. I national goal of 30,000\ enlisted per-
that place to Rentschler Washington school budgets Bradenton. We believe that there are About officers had been
from |( "little people" of control of county Francis Corrigan of sonnel and 4,500
East Hartford Conn. He completed ', important people of Boomtown for the impartial and careful exercise j chairman of the Bureau's egg and CO or 25 instruments in this com- established for the WAVES.
his special course several weeks I j: the government workers. How these of which we commend Sup- poultry division, will seek the removal munity that can well be organizedinto Applicants who are interested are

ago. I I people work, how they play how erlntendent Colin English. i of ceiling prices on eggs and a school band. Just ,.Because urged to contact Ensign Meyer In
problem decision on I to show you don't have an Instrument and I sub-recruiting sta
they meet the transportation 16)) Postponement of poultry and !Is prepared the local Navy
Corporal Kell R. Anderson, son I I -eat and live. Is dramatically: lowering school mlllages until opportunity \ that the producer Is caught between don't know where you can get..oneIs tion. A preliminary physical examination
of Alva Anderson of Utopia who shown In "Boomtown, D. C." because !Is given to determine ceilings on his products and no. no reason why you can't come and mental aptitudetest

has been in overseas service with the the biggest shortage In combined results of items ((1). I I ceilings on the essential foodstuffsto to this meeting. We shall be gladto can be given each applicant \ff
returned to I Interested in
the Marines has the Boomtown! is elbow room. 1 ((2)). and* (3). I produce eggs and poultry.A have everybody Ensign Meyer.
States and is now confined to Once again RKO-Pathe presents ((7) Request Legislators to give representative of the Farm seeing this movement be successful _-V-
hospital at Bayone N. J., where he I, an entertaining subject that deals 1 School Boards of their respective !1 I Machinery section will point out including the parents and other J. C. Berry and B. Elliott of Pa-

is convalescing. Corporal Anderson with a vital part of America t ft counties as much cooperative assistance ', how the freezing of farm equipmenthas citizens of our community.New hokee were visitors spending some
stated I In a letter to his father this of poignant drama of Washington, the by way of winning public served to curtail the fanner's ,' instruments will not be time in Okeechobee Wednesday.
week that he has seen plenty factcry town, turning out freedomfor approval for levy of enough millage i operations at a time when he bbeing bought this year because individual -0-
action and wanted to see more as the nation! 1 tn increase teachers' salaries as 'I I called upon for more and lessons will not be taught, becausewe County Judge T. W. Conelv, Jr.,
he is able to return to Sunday and County do not have an Instructor who Wednesday in
scon as At Gilbert Theatre has been given to boards of I more production. spent Tuesday and
fighting ranks. Corporal Anderson Monday. 'Commissioners In financing road It will be pointed out that while is capable of teaching individual Jacksonville where he went on legal
expects to visit his father here as I VEVANGELIST bond debt.-F. E. A. Journal.QUESTIONNAIRES 'he government allots but one potato band instrument lessons. However, business.
soon as he is able to make the I} COMING: I I, V digger in the Palatka area, the interest manifested In this -
FROM Idle In local I movement now will determine visitor spend
trip seven such machines lay W. R. Page was a
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The Okeechobee Church of the GOVERNMENT BUREAUSTO storage warehouses.The I whether or not the school board ing some time In Fort Pierce Wed-
Johnnie Sauls who Is stationed Brethren is happy to announce the BE FEWER IN NUMBER American Farm Bureau Federation will make an effort to get a band I nesday attending to business.
with the United States Navy at I I coming of Rev. J. W. Fidler and I has led the fight for sanity !1 leader for next year. -
Fort Pierce, spent the week end in wife who will conduct a; two weeks i Washington, D. C.. Mar. 16. -'' and common sense In government j I The school board has promisedus Gilbert Culbreth and Walter and
Okeechobee where he was the guestof meeting beginning Monday the A long step In the right dlrectloa. I control of farm activities and calls that if enough Interest Is shown I I Horace' Watford sire expected to

Mr. and Mrs J. H. Walker. Jr. :?2nd of March and ending April I was taken by congress recently on the farmers and growers of the in this project that they will do I I return to their homes here Monday
and family. I 4th. They made many friends while when a sharp curb was placed on state to Join 'in this united effortto I everything possible to get us a band I I from Madrid Ala., where they wentto
1 1 here last winter and wish to renew the Issuance of questionnaires by bring order out of chaos and Instructor for next year. The Civic attend the funeral of J. J. Norris -
Malcolm Simmons, who Is tn the their friendship and make new I government bureaus enable producers to provide the Club says they are willing to give They returned by Jacksonville

navy and stationed at Miami. spent i one Services will begin at 8:00: pn' Florida's Bob Slices took a lead- vast quantities of foodstuffs the us their .full cooperation In getting where they spent several days.
( Wednesday here visiting his mother. every night. Come out and enJoy ing part In this red: tape cutting 'nation must :have In this emer- Instruments and uniforms. The P. -
Mrs. Eugenia Simmons. He only the services. Everyone is wel move and under the new Federal gency, T. A. says they are willing to Join Band next year. If you are the least
had 24 hour leave and in order torepc1't Reports Act virtually all questionnaires V ___ in cooperation with the Civic Club bit Interested In this give yourname
beck on time he left on the come. ._---V-- must have the approval of We can never learn the lesson to see that the band gets all that to Miss Finger and tell her

afternoon Seaboard train. Representative W. J. Hendry the Budget Director before. being; too deeply that our action in the It needs for its organization.With t'hat Instrument you would like to
V spent Tcesday and Wednesday of distributed.' common places of life Is deciding such support as this we play or what Instrument you have

Subscribe for The News. this week At Lake Trafford. Advising the public, and particu our destiny.-F. B. Meyer ought to be able to have a real access to.




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QiltlldohClc) } 1 telegraphers. Apply to the undersigned -
Legal Advertisements
"I stating age. present employ.
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Published Every Friday by the ment and physical condition. Not
necessary to have had previous THE OLD JUDGE SAYS. .
Okwchobee News Co., at Okeecho- i Sn'fl
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bee Okeechobee County, Florida. railroad experience. P. L. Oaddls OkiM'i rhuhoeUIdy<< 1 Flurliln, ,
: Superintendent Florida East Coast Mardi 0. 10'3.SO'l'IE .
H: 1IEUEBY OIVEV Thntpuriiiant
BRYANT BOWDEN ......... ... Editor I Railway Company New SmyrnaBeach to Section 0 of Chapter 1821M 1f J ; .
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--- Florida. .IIW. of Florida, Acts 1037. known II
Entered as second class matter -0- the lll'IIY ACT. the following deNirlbpil -
load In Okei-rhiihpo Count, I
July t. 1914 at the Poet Office In Mrs. Nathan Zelmenovltz has .Florldn will bo ofTpreil! for hula, it

Ok echobl>e. Florida under the returned to her home here after public outcry for the hlghpit and ,
lii'Ht mull hlil. inhjert '0 the right of
Act of March 8, 1879.SUBSCRIPTION. spending ten days In the Ft. Pierce the TrimtM-i of the Intprnnl, I in prove, I

hospital where she was carried after input Fund to rpjpct inv and ill blue
RATE I nt thp Court HIIIIM at 10 A. M. on the
she suffered a heart attack.0 nth of April
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One year In advance ......... ..... $2.00 fur rand right of way 2IH feet, a'id'l

Six months In advance ............ 1.00 will hp reserved from any pnreel
I Miss Madeline Padgett spent. through which there Is nn exInttiiK I *
Three months In advance ........ .75 .
Sunday and Monday In JacksonvIlle I State t ItonilI.ot
I T to 21 Inc., Blk. 6, Rnsc'sSuhdivleion. I
where she went to visit her
Advertising bills are payable on .
sister. Liitn 1 hi 12 IMP, Blk. 2. FlrntAddition Ii
the first of each month. Parties to Southern I'lnci i

unknown to publishers required to I Lots 1 and :B, Blk. I), Wrlitlit
pay In advance. Mrs. H. M. Barnet. Sr.. and Mrs. : \ IliiKH PithdlvlilnnTHrSTKKS .
OK TI1R': INTERVALIMPKOVFMENT I
I Wallace Hewitt spent several days II I''xn op TIII

Reading notices In local columns of this week In Miami visiting STATE or Finiiin\,
HHIIV n Itnuli, rmm. Agent
10 cents a line. Rates for display friends. Trimtppi I. I. Fond Okooi.hohce

advertising furnished on application i -0- County, Florida

Classified' advertising. 2 cents :Mrs J O. High! of Eustis arrived

each word per Insertion. All Items here Wednesday and Is spendingsome
M TI< t: TO ( lit II!'rOil"
reeardlng enterprises conducted for time with her soninlawand IN TUB COrill1 OF TUB COfNTY

profit are chargeable at rdvertlslnj daughter Mr and Mrs I. J. .U'DiK:. OKHFCIIORKK: : COt'VrV,
Fl' 'OIIIDA. I In Probate. ,
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'In the County CourthmiiA In trym' to set Helen slra'Uit' on this business Federal court testified to the fact that

I Ilk,.i ,'hll",.,'. okopphohp (County Flor- about suI-i r, I wish you'd tell her what you another bootlegger also on trial, had
'i'l' ullhln i-lirht months front the
I 01 I ''I' "f the llrnt puMlcntlou, hprpof told me last night down at lodge." bought a million pounds of sugar a few

!. iMililn Ml ililmn I tin,. mill tune,11'1'111.111 mid lii nut tin-"pronontod "GlaJ to, Jim. I told him Helen that years ago.
manner
,A'.,, rlhi'.l heroin hell In hnrrod IHI there's not a single bit of truth to the "As a matter of fact, Helen, no distilleris

I I."IMidi.il ly law.H rumor that the distillers use sugar in making whiskey today and hasn't for
'nI' Minh; nib A. I). 11113.1 .
> WIL1MM I>. IB.M'll!. making whiskey They make it exclusivelyfrom many months All distillers are working

r ? .h. ,tdtninfelrotor' i inn tomninontuinni (l'atn. Only bootleggers use sugar to night and day producing war alcohol for the

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Sub.liriilnniiv DiHlilct, n drain
,ici ill.?nit iirannlrpd nod 'xlntInff .
under HIP IIIMI of Florldn' iindiiiilirmltiv
BREAK BOTTLENECKS cprtnln Inmlii' In ok...
hohfp (Ciiuntv Flnrlili, : fmuplllntrVI4J t \
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'IIIXPII of thp l>l.trlit ntnlnitniTlnlii V f ,r. b

at Bui 'liinilK from Innili further and rxitniitttiit DlNtrlrt hoer mild: 1) ly 1 ....... .,. 4 j

> SIop& i"'rnilttliiB Imidou"ncr, nt their' op i\ D loT'
'Hun to ,pat' 1)1 l.lrlif. 'nx". direct \ .
to 'I'iHiiminr of the, lMtrlpt.. pro f
LOADED tldlnv for rni-oril tu ,h,' nnnlp" 'Iliuri'of I
,
like a pack.hone-Iuggage flying, this mid r..,. to be paid Tux Colin .
( _
I tor In ponnPitlon thprc\\'Ithrutlftlnir. i 'r r
good old offender dashes up breathless and fonfirmlntr and, vnlldnt

LATE. Perhaps he hasn't realized that today'swar 'lug"' i-rtnln nrta of the Ilonnl nf It J ;I
4iipi'ivlNom, officers! and Itooclverif 1 ;M.
travel conditions do not permit such delays. HIP nletriet.nntltlh Somewhere on a distant !:
OF IWI'En\'li'oll OF .
Fighting men and wax workers must be movedon i\iii.E: n.\\. M B nnxiB battlefront bombs crashon

schedule-and that means time must not be -. -- -IHSTHU'fXOTHK. ---- -.. ... "
a vital target. an attack.
.
enemy
wasted at bus stops if schedules are to be main 1

tained. Okeechobua County, Florida, ing column penetrates an enemy t
M I."in II 17 11HJ.
T. H. NIX, Agent :%II J\l'1: is iiLiiinv LIVEN That position depth charges crush '
hursiiiiiit lo Xc'i'tliMi u uf ('hit Her 1>JUO I.
Miindiiril Oil tilling 1hll lea. Phi,IIP I(MlYOUR i.il '. of Florldii, Acts l')17\ knunii .1 ( another Axis submarine a i
the II'II'HA''T., the follow-In* dvnrllii '
'
d liiinl In u ,.','h"I"'.. Coiliitt, --- convoy is run through to an im ,
ullcri'd fur sole nt
Murld.1 will( be
MIAMI BEACH BaS
DEPOT
838 w..h1"gt. A....... dAKN rMdo beet Iuhll" limb,outiri.hid' uhjL'Ct for the to the hlghi'M right and uf / t'-4r portant base American boys .

3 PHONE 5,1813 d Y f t tin. 'liimti'ii" nl tin Interim! Iniprnxelii'Mit ..
rCA d Fund' ( to njirt inn uuil nil lildiil .eI many of them trained in
d in, I nun lloimi, lilli/ ,t. :I. on (lie
.':lid dui nl .April I'.HI. iu.i'iin'nt Florida, are paving the I\\ -
fur road right of way 200( vet wide will> .
'
I in. ...""\.,, hum any parcel through long road to Victory with \\1 t ,
nhleli there I Is an exintluK I Matt Ito....
Lola I in I.' fur Mk I. FirmAdllltlull I valiant deeds./! 1 ,
)
I lu SollUll-TU flues. .. 'It,
i.ut ID ink J, Snuiliuru I'lun.'IKLSlKKH % Perhaps only a few months HI
-- Of rut 1.\1 t:11.AL

f SLAtE 1\Ifoul5! UF.4t\1'KLO1UDA.11AI> Ot '1 Uh! : i ago you chatted with them on \\1 \

,
By Hoy K. Kault'H HI, Agent I
the .
street sat next to them -
Iruatut'i 1. I. Food, unjutliobnt on '', ;

I' till tlol
TIRES NEEDRECAPPING .
:NUlKb your home. Then they were 't
I .Nutku II hereby vheu hut the ..
Uuuiii ul Cxinity CuiuiulmilouuK v( gone and others came. r 14 '
OkviMhubi'u ('oiiiitj', KluHila will hive '
u bill InlruduiuU( lu the 1'Jl.l ....IOU Today thousands of ... .. .
our na --
uf flu Hoi'Ida U-glviaiuio requiring \ .
.u. iiimliiliiui lot: tut- iMll.e ul mem- tion's "visiting" ..
young men are
her ul Hiiaiil cl Cuunl) ioiuniliKloiieriot
IIk''bul.'uIII)'. Hilda, hull bu
t l
nuuiiniiU'U li> iimililiL'tl 1'ittiuia, lu Florida training for .
,'roUIIII') "Uk-illoli. ol mild luiiuly ul r''' ,
III'JO mid IIUU>' DlmrliiH, uud i>ru- this serious business called war. :
tiding Hull IH U c-aiiilliluCt.il ulull bars
li',:hl'il at i furl eta .uiuiitlm In tbut I They are riding on our railroad,

Have them recapped by Humphries at nnlib UUDI}' lu. OIIIUIlMHiullt'lll In u uuiiUlilulu 1'1.11'1tllr lu| sty I'll- spending brief weekend leaves in ,

uau'y ur tunvrul Lk-itluu.
C. F. UAI.kKU. li.illilmu our cities and towns writing the folks '
,
Fort Pierce in one of the South's finest plants Uuuril ol Cuiiiity LuiunilHNitiiii'iij,

Okoei.liolici- .Cuuutl-- 1'ionilu.- back home impressions of Florida that

-nine years experience-finest workmanship :NOIKK will linger long after the last gun is fired. I


-best of aterials-and a reputationfor Hoard Not Ini uf\ County hereby CtiiuinlaHluin-ra ulu-n that' tbu ofIIKOOI These are the "Heroes of Tomorrow"upon

holiie ouiil)', .',"I'ldll. will brave
square dealing. You can drive over and II bill Intl-udlliui lu the IM' .o.loll whom the preservation of all that .., ;

I uf the lunlliumiu rloitdu rush Lculiiluiiire and every rmlljlntfuud tax {I we hold dear depends. May they carry

wait-Ship them to us via truck line or have "ollleotml Illllile b)' tile li-rk ot I'Ir- .
cult Court ur the Ituuril ul County with them pleasant memories of this land .
of Okitn'hobi-e Coiiuty,
I ouimliialoiivra "
your local service station send them to us Flurlda mid '!'Ull Cullit-ivr of said of sunshine, palms and flowers to which
County, mi delinquent luxea and tuxeirtlttiutHH '

We do work for the Army, Navy, State Road | )'mi-lit of liercioiuri'sues ou hinds Umiuil iltnaloO fur mmui III' i some day we hope they will return. '

i sill( County of (ikpei,'bobee and provided '
Department and I Unit ill(. UHnenHiilcuU lot Mate :: I "
many large fleet owners I tuxvi hull bu pull lu full an reiulied| ".

h) luw. I.i I
I.I .
Our work is I C F. WAI.Khlt. 1,1I1'1II1I1I.
guaranteed to give satisfactionand tin rd uf County l'IIIIIIIII..llIner., 1 I .. .
I Oki-ethobtitf (ouhty, Florida.Notlie .
we can usually give 24-hour service. 1--- ---.----
1I ... FLORIDA I I I

I :o.ora't) that I willI VITALTO. FLORIDA I AND
In hereby glvi-n EAST THE.: .0.
I .
I hive a bill Ilitroduie'l In the next COAST I
.e..loii of the Florida Lvglalutur :I
provlilliiK fur tbe rntllli-utlon' mid conMrmiilliiii .
Humphries Tire & Co.
Retreading nf eiiib and every tax let
ta eiiient Hindu by thin City Council mil
City Tux Collector\ of Ihe.lty of S
Phone uk'-.. .holn-v. Morltlu. 1 on delinquent
139
FORT PIERCE, FLA. (tune, both real mid personal, as' \
.e..ed by sold City nt Okvm-bobee! ,
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Kl.rt1"'
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MARCH 19 1943 TOE OKEECBOBEE NEWS PAGE THREE.

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I Dopey Doins The Time for Deeds


Purple and Gold News"FOR -

I, BEELY DOLITTLE Edgar A. Guest

We have 'boasted our courage in
Well folks this week I guess the
A GREATER OKEECHOBEE HIGH SCHOOL" moments of ease.
first thing we should do is to congratulate
Our star-spangled banner we'veflung
some of these couples who
to the breeze;
I II
have been celebrating the anniversary
MARCH 19, 1943 I, We have taught men to cheer for
of their instance I
friendships For
I Its beauty and worth,

Betty and Leslie celebratedthe I I And have called it the flag of the

I one year milestone of their Tennis STUDENT COUNCILFrances I The Foolish I FUTURE FARMER I, bravest on earth.

friendship on March 8, and Syl- PARTYThe ; Now the dark days are here we
vanus and Jean Lee mark the first
I Knight, Secretaryand must stand to the test.

I year of their friendship Wednesday Tournament ReporterThe Dictionary Says: Future Farmers had a real Oh, God! let us prove we are trueto
March 17, We right here and now 'I
called to order
meeting was party last Friday night The boys our best!II
I wish them luck and
good happinessas '
by the president. The minutes were asked their best friend and went

their friendships continue to Porky DraughonThe read and approved I ADVICE-A commodity peddled by down to Mr Page's Tourist Camp We have drunk to our flag and

I be beautiful happy ones. tennis tournament which has A discussion was held othe your lawyer and given away by where many games were playedand I we've talked of the right.

Have you heard that Porky and been going on for the last week is fourteen Improvements we decided your mother-in-law, but Impos- enjoyed then delicious refresh- We have challenged oppression to

I Jack Coker enjoyed a very good well on its way to the finish. Someof to work on at our last meeting. I sible to dispose of yourself. Fam- ments were served of hamburgersand I show us its might;

chicken supper last Monday nightat the matches so far have \been Frank Reeves suggested that we ous as the one thing which Is orange Juice. The party adjourned We have strutted for years through

Barber's home with Betty and very good ones. The match betweenMr. I|I get boxing gloves( and have regular I I, re-ceive"" | to the recreation hall about I the world as a race.

Miss Finger By the way, Coker Williams and L P, Mercer ver- boxing matches here at school. 10 o'clock, A good time was had by That for God and for country,

cooked the chicken. I must not sus Frank Kelly and Henry Walker Some of the students have been AGE Something to brag about In all attending I earth's tyrants would face;

forget the boys brought the chicken has been very exciting. At the time asking for boxing matches to be I a wine cellar and forget in a VCHARACTER Now the gage Is flung down hate

with them. this article is being written they organized. for quite a while. i 1 birthday book. The boast of an I is loosed in the world.

are tied with one set apiece both The meeting was short as thereweren't old vintage the bug-a-boo of an : 10h, God) shall our flag in dishonor
This U the longest time L. p has
sets being won by a score of 8-3 many members present I I old maid SKETCHES OF I be furled?

stayed with any girl. What's the I The finals of this match will be V I i I ALCOHOL-A liquid for preserving OUR TEACHERS
i matter, Is Mae ? We '
wonder, Betty slipping played either Monday or Tuesday 100 I almost everything but secrets. I We have said we are brave; we

I I afternoon. % I ALIMONY-An expensive soothing No 9. Tills member of the fac- have preached of the truth,

We wonder if Mike enjoyed the I Sunday afternoon a match be- I syrup, prescribed by the Judge for ulty teaches a larger number of I We 'have walked in conceit of the

show Monday night He was in sucha I tween Jack Duke and Gilbert Don- The school faculty, cafeteria I j divorcee's bleeding heart. boys than he does girls. It's too bad I t strength of our youth;

hurry to get there he couldn't 1 aldson versus Porky Draughon. and workers and janitor answered the ANGEL-A heavenly ineligible, with that he (or she) Is married or We have mocked at the ramparts

stay for that chicken supper, and I Tiny Watford took place The Red Cross Roll Call with one hun- wings and a harp; or an earthly another one of our teachers would I and guns of the foe,

he'd already seen the show twice match was very Interstlng especially dred per cent in contributions. eligible, with wings and a heart. take up too much of his time. As though we believed we could

before. Could have been Ernestinehe in the first set Tiny and Porky Other organizations contributingwere | APPENDICITIS-A modern pain This teacher has a larger part in I laugh them all low.

wanted to be with? won the match by a score of 6-2 : The Theta Beta Club, The i costinsj about $200 more than the an Important organization of O. I Now oppression has struck; We are

Ellis seems to be beating Lumens' and 60. Parrot Girl Scouts, and the Gator ;I old-fashioned stomach-ache, H. S. (or he would if he could geta challenged to fight I

I The finals of the tournament will Girl Scouts. AUTOMOBILE From English! word In). Oh, God I let us prove we can stand
time with Idell. What's the matter
to", and Latin, "moveo". for the !
right
i be played Wednesday afternoon between I 1 The "ought
Laurens do you have a new girl, total sum added up to a I,
and Mr. Wili to A vehicle which ought ,
Tiny and Porky little move.
better than fifty dollars
or Just don't care? No. 10 Teacher No. 10 teaches '
i Hams and L P. --- 9doesn't 'I
No.
all the students that
Miss Finger entertained another 1 Last Wednesday Tiny and Porky | BACHELOR-From Latin, "bacu- nearly If In honor and glory our flag U
She Is attractive not
branch of the armed forces last beat Snooks Watford and Raulle A Brother'sComplaint lus1, a stick unattached. Hence very to wave,
and has a charming per-
)
weekend He wasn't a bad looking Raulerson. Jack Duke and Gilbertwon .I an unattached man. which any pretty If we are to keep this-the landof
sonality, She tries to teach her pupils -
guy either, teacher. on a default when Charles I lady may stick, stick to. or get the brave;
and attractive -
be charming
also to
Jack Duke can't seem to make Parkerson failed to show up Mr. stuck on.BARBERA, I If more than fine words ere to

Williams and L. P. beat Jack Wolff brilliant conversation-]I fashion our creeds,
up his mind between Martha Wal- The first-air room (where the I
and John Neff Frank and Henry allst who occasionally shaves and Now must our hands and our hearts
ker, Betty Mae or Molly. Jack, this boys go to have a pretty girl hold
beat Frank and Laurens Reeves Sis is going with a sailor, cuts hair.BEACHA. turn to deeds.
i ii
;
to a I of her
think all three
warning.
of his hand) is an example
those The girls tournament will start At first it didn't faze us: i strip of sand, skirtedby We are challenged by tyrants our
girls are soldier's "one andonlies" hard work
as soon as the boys tournament Is But now the family's talk is full water covered with ladykillers strength to reveal!
so you'd better be careful I Answers to be found some other
how finished This should be a very Interesting Of sailors' salty phrases.We in summer and life-savers In Oh God I let us prove that our

I you trespass. sight to behold. Everybody found it rather hard at first winter and used as a haven-or place on this page.THIS courage Is real.

There ought to be 1lot of news should come out and watch the To follow all of his speech, I heaven-for Smacks the year ---- -.---- --

after the 26th of this month because girls show how good they can play 1 Since talk Is different on board roundiThetiTBetaClub, STAFF

that Is when the JuniorSenior tennis. I ship I ---V

banquet takes place. ---v Than it is "on the beach" WEEK 1 Editor in Chief... ......Molly Bowden
I 1 For when the time to eat comes :
Assistant Editor.. ..Silvanus Harden
Joe Wolff
seems to be
for Glenn's Interest, 'cause watchingout he The Finis Is NearJust around, I Gilbert TheatreOkeechobee i Business Manager. Eva Nelle Hall
He sings out "Chow" for food; Draughon
Reporter..Weldon
keeps "Skeeter" well entertained. :Maron Martin, ReporterThe Sports
And al-'ays "stows it down the ... June Cheshire
Was it Clyde or L. P. escorting ten weeks after this one and hatch," Theta Beta Club met at Class Reporter Sanderfur

Juanell Friday night at the recreation another year will be finis. What Which grandma bays is rude. Harry P Greenberger's, Tuesday Club Reporter Estelle

hall? We never can tell about have we accomplished? Have we When talkng during dinner ',March 9. This was a joint business i Friday & Saturday | Social Reporters; Harry P. Green-

those two fellows, done our best? Has this year \been He talks like other boys;jI and social meeting. berger, Phylis Cason
and Typ-
We hear that i 1 a successful one as far as each individual I The club discussed the plans for I Miscellaneous Reporters
Snookle could be Evcept he calls the lettuce "grass"And !
Bertha
STARRETT Sweatt
| is concerned? Have we their "Scrapbook", and it was decided CHARLES ists; Katheryn ,
beating Carter's I Is "noise
time with Susan. celery just plain Coker,
I taken all the to get more films than In Mercer, Perllee Hunt, Jack
Is this true Snooks? advantage of opportunities His salty talk is slang, to try Snell Marie
offered us? what we have on hand. We want Joe Underhill, Sylvia ,
Well, the old steady couple of And hard to understand; PARDON MY GUN Thomas, Oveda
The days are getting warmer to make a definite effort to get the Walker, Betty Mae
Juanita He calls the canned milk "hopcow"
and Tiny appeared at the i each day and we're getting tireder ; I Scrapbook finished by the first of KARLOFFIn Boromel, Jean Lee Raulerson, zel-
BORIS
Future Farmer party Friday night. I lof school each day, but we must he calls "sand". May, so the students may enjoy it da Johnson, Martha Walker, Flor-

They looked happy enough too. 1 I not give up and we must do our And sugar during the month of May. : rte Jordan, Alvena Smith, Marlon
Could it be that they His many names for coffee j -
are to
ready in
to $5,00 Martin
decided
give
best. .
The club
(r forget and forgive and start"all 4 Are cerainly a Joke; i I i THE BOOGIE MAN
Roll Call.
It's hard for us to concentrate from "mud", answer to the Red Cross
t--w calls it
over? He everything - ----
'for I to paint the lines on WILL GET YOUAlso
an hour on any one subject. To "Joe" and plain "Jamoke"; We decided
Porky escorted a very lovely little It's so hot to go out and play on: I | the tennis courts. The Victrola for

+j .J blonde to the Future Farmer party. the school grounds between our I The spinach he calls "Popeye". j the recreation hall has arrived, and : Comedy and News Reel
And Grandma aUavs squirmsFor
I He was so excited that he forgot tot ''class periods. Too we need our I when have spaghetti i the recreation hall will be open kreicsa

Introduce her to the chaperon, how- i study halls. 01 course we'll have we I! from time to time. When it is

f ever. Mis Finger soon learned that i' to admit a few people wouldn't I He says, "Throw me theworms' I open for everybody's enjoyment it Sunday & MondayELLEN

her name Is Pete Nix. Porky we 1 use a study hall if they never got will be announced ')n the bulletin
I I The chicken he calls "sea-gull",
think you did right for yourself. I Ian assignment up but there are a The catsup Is "red lead"; beard in the high school DREW

Guess you know Leslie was home i few people who really need and i The waffles are "collision mats", Some open discussion was heldon RICHARD DENNING

I this week-end, and Betty was certainly ''want at least one study hall each | While "punk" is mother's bread. the development of different In

happy. ,1 day. Too there are so many things school projects. It was decided that
i Fried fish is "Pedro Pork-chops",
REVUEAlso
We're wondering if the nice little that we need special time for to I I "Sea-dust" his name for salt; we would take part of our money ICE CAPADES

long lasting romance between Dorothy work together as organizations of | When he called the pepper "fly- and make some definite effort to : "Boomtown, D. C.-

s Sellers and Ellis Draughon has classes. For instance the Senior specks"Ma get the boys and girls Interested in This Is America

come to an end. :i play, the Junior-Senior, chapel programs I nearly called a halt. organizing a high school band. t Cartoon News '
I the scrapbook, and many After the business session themeeting Disney r'ti
Donald beside
father,
was awfully shy at the He sat my
other that must be finishedup adjourned Into a social
It projects
F. F. A. party the other night, but I And needed elbow room;
before school is out, and yet we hour. Refreshments of hot choco- Wednesday Only
we think he Just doesn't want us i He looked at Dad and said, "Say cookies
have no time during school hours late, marshmellows and
to know that he really has a girl, mate,
to do this. served. A good time was had r.r+r
and knows how to court. Of course, Rig in your starboard boom"We were ROBERT TAYLOR
We want submit this plan for I
to all.
John Whidden knows how to finally caught on, tho by LANA TURNER
your consideration and If it can Those present were: Maron Martin Said a movie fan, Edward
court and It wasn't necessary for And now are doing fine.
be worked at all, please, please fac- Jack Coker Joe Underhill, Jean UtJOHNNY G.
and 3 Mallory
Tiny Juanita to demonstratefor We say "six bells" for p. m. ,
ulty consider us and you too. It Lee Rauelrson, Betty Barber, Mar- EAGERAlso '
him. I When we are telling time.
would be much easier on you. tha Walker Zelda Johnson, Edith 'I may have to sit in the.gallery
Betty Watford is certainly happy When Ma goes to the city, Sil- Short Subjects i
Draughon Selected
9-25-9:30: : Flag Salute. I Johnson Weldon : ,
down to the store, iI
this week with that certain sailor Or runs and Miss Finger I
I 9:30-9.35: : Homeroom. vanus Harden
where she Is
in town. And someone asks us will be heldat But War Bonds will get
9.35-10:25, First Period next meeting
: : : ashore". The
Guess I've dished out about all 10:28-11:10: : Second Period. We say she's "gone deck. the school house March 23 at Coming Attractions I i My savings, you bet-

. the dirt I can think of so we'll turn 1 11:20-12:10: : Third Period. I Sister calls a floor a 8 m. All members are urged to
p.
talk Is sport:
hear her
tenth of
To Right to a
the 1 up
lIghts out until next week. 12:10-12.55: : Noon. "overhead"And be present. QROSSROADS
To her, a roof's an '
So long | 1:00-1:50: : Fourth Period. I .._V my salary
a window Is a "port". '! WINGS FOR THE EAGLE
--v I 1::53-2::43, 5th Period gets "fouledup" THE SAILOR SAiu- I
Then too. if someone
ADVICE TO THELOVELORN 2::43-3::20, ECA. This is an excerpt from a letter COURTSHIP OF ANDY HARDY I

2:20-2:30: : H. R. Or some new trouble comes, written td Mrs. Marry Elledge from IYMt $ 1' 1ed the

2::30-2::35. Flag Salute. Hamrlck. gt
complain.Ma "Bearcat"
starts to
And Dad David ltM' of ur
v says "Now Pa, don't beat I "As you know I am in the Hos- tenth y

Dear I am Auntie In love.Trlplechlns The blossoms: seem ,0. H. S. HIT PARADE your gums" pital Corps and now stationed in Is To relieve COLDS Gonda and

tie his tie now land attending school that Bunker
Dad doesn't Miry I
to smell so much sweeter now and Misery of
1. WHY DON'T YOU FALL IN Instead he "bends it on"; really taught. Before the war theCOUI'5e County!
the birds seem to sing just for me, guava'
LOVE WITH ME? the kids are now taking was a LINCIDSALv'E : ore ,
While Grandma says we
-for me alone I There Is only one 0.r0a
Jack Duke to Betty Mae "shoved off" six months course, now it is a six TLETII dal rca t"
thing wrong-I am In love with I
2. THERE WILL NEVER BE AN- have 'After we complete 666
In place of they gone. weeks course.
four boys Instead of one. One is twoI :
OTHER YOU. Dad's suit Is ship-shape we will serve a
Ma says this course
handsome-one Is strong- one Is i NOSE DROPS I

brilliant -and one well, he's Just Sylvia to Damon. II I When it is tip-top, I months term of internship at a roi'on PROPS I U, & Tr.w, Urp
3. WE THREE. I neat she says and then go to sea.
plain normal. I just can't make a But if it's not so hospital Try "Rub-My-Tlrm"-a VVonderlal
Molly Tiny and Jaunlta. "That lash-up ain't so hot". j "The captain told Us when he LinIment
choice They are all crazy aboutme I I
4. YOU WERE MEANT FOR ME. ,, When Pappy goes to work now, welcomed us to the school that just ---
even though I'm Just 12 years
Betty and Leslie We say he's "turning to"; because we were in the hospital
old I don't know how I could ever
5. OUR LOVE AFFAIR. Whilst Mother "swabs" and never that it did not mean we would r
give! up any of them. I love 'em all I' corps
so much I Sylvanus and..Jean Lee scrubsAs not see acts>n. He warned us thatso NOTICE

6. PRETTY LITTLE BUSYBODY once she used to do. far 90 per cent of the corpsmen
Please can't
help me.
you June Rosebud. The place sure has gone salty. that went into action did not comeback To Landowners in Everglades Drainage District:

ANSWER Mike to Ernestine Which makes me lots of trouble I He said out of 219 that went

'Dear June Rosebud: 7. THIS IS NO LAUGHING For when Ma says "Come here I to Guadalcanal with the first dlv- The Everglades Act which became law June 3, 1941, containsthe

MATTER ChopChop"I the Marines, only three re- following provision:
I Ision of
I think should be a very |
to you have four such won- Porky to Juanell go there on "the double". 1 turned. after action died down. No- SECTION IS ((1). This section shall remain In full force and
happy girl
derful men in love with you. 8. I LOVE YOU TRULY. II I I wish that tar would "weigh his body tried U get out of the corps effect for two ((2) years from the date this Act shall become a

young Connie to Phlllls. anchor" even after hit told them that, law and at the expiration of such (2) years period then the fee
must be a
Too. I think you very 9. FAITHFUL FOREVER. And do what I often think: "We really have a swell set of simple title to all lands against which there remains outstanding
able to think
unusual person to be Clyde to Juanita. I "Point his bow" and "trim his Jib" fellows here. The officers are the any such tax sale certificates, or tax' liens shall become absolutely
us much of four young men at the vested In the Board of Commissioners of
10. I DON'T GET AROUND and go Jump n the "drink", finest I have ever been around. Everglades Drainage
same time and, dear, my advice to District and title Interest of
MUCH ANY MORE. "batting the breeze" such offlcrs and men as we every right or every nature or kind
is Just to keep on loving four I'm thru With whatsoever the former said
you school here, of owner of property, or any one
Perllle to Glenn the blues. I'm sure; this training
and even more, and to keep them And singing have In country claiming by, through or under him, or any one holding any lien

loving you, for, dear, the more admirers V So for the once I'll Just "cease I don't see how any foreign morale thereon shall cease terminate and be at an end. and the Boardof

you have the better all- LM and found column *| firing- could hope to defeat us. The Commissioners of Everglades Drainage District shall be authorized -
the
round person you will be when you Toklo newspapers arc crowd Train in and "secure". here Is extremely high. AH and empowered to sell the said lands as provided by law.

get to be a real grown-up lady I t ed these dqs. Every time as Va --Sketches m discomforts of boot camp ahead are to forgotten the- This notice Is published for your proteclios.EVERGLADES .

Just cause you'll then know how toM American bay a War Bond, Answer To Character and we look

please 'em all, I, the Japt lose face, Boy your No. 9, Mr. DeVore.No. task before us with a high degreeof DRAINAGE DISTRICTFRIDAY

Auntie Trlplechlns l 11% every pay day I 10. Miss McCarthy confidence.




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ever seen is Norman Davis, lawyer, industrialist and statesman. Appointed a'

by the President of the United States to meet the tremendous problems of ,

= world-wide war relief, he works with quiet energy to raise and spend the I

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1. Yes, the sums that we ask of the public art
large in spite of the fact that 95% of the labor
involved is volunteered. But the necessities of
world relief and our Congressionally! author ,
ized obligations to the Armed Services justify
? every dollar of expense.
Over forty million dollars spent since Pearl \

Harbor for service to the Army and Navy, 3.No, it's not a complicated organization and 9 .
increasing as the armed forces increase, and far from a top-heavy one. We in Washington,
the fronts And the if i
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through the Central Committee, are the planning
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board. There are eighteen of us. The :;
Relief and Home Service. '
President of the United States appoints the -'I
Chairman,and five others to represent govern !I
ment departments. The others are elected and n
M} "M D 4f 2. Perhaps it's your fault if you haven't "seen the Chapters have full representation.
cI te bA the figures." We publish them as fast as the Policies and over all plans come from this
War Department auditors can give them to us, Central Committee, but both policies and
and if you haven't happened to see them as plans are in the hands theChapters for ado!".
published, your local Chapter has them for tion and operation. There is every safeguardto
your inspection. keep the Red Cross democratic.
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So many of us are in it, all over the country in will. A business of warehousing, trucking, car-
i little towns and big cities. loading and shipping. Of tons and tons of food
I rY Business men working shoulder-to-shoulder oa and clothing and medical supplies,and of personnel Sand

,. Iflw Chapter operation organization to get it all to where' it is needed j;
a8m .d Housewives taking hours from home in the in time to be of the greatest good. |
I production rooms. Women who volunteer for "Big business" in the best meaning of the term o;
4.about All Red the Cross questions that answered you can think quickly of Nurse's Aide or Motor Corps or Canteen Work. and it is such business and the man power that {
get very
when you're in the work itself.You commenceto And a reserve coining< HP of millions of school goes with it that has nearly absorbed the millions
realize what a tremendous army of good will children in the Junior Red Cross. that you gave to the Red Cross War Fund a year
the Red Cross is and what big put u is play. And that is just the home front. Out over the ago-every penny of it went to the need. of war.
ing in making this poor old world a !little better And now another War Fund must b* col
world stretches the'"big business"administeringRed
place to live in. lected. Th President of the United States hat .
There are many ways for you to help. Y..r Cross relief. It is sdU the peoples' business, designated March at the Red Quit __ &a
chapter welcomes voluntms.: side possible with their money, and their rood Yor Chapter needt yow 1M.





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