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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 26, 1943
Publication Date: -1992
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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 40! Okeechobee Florida I

Friday, March 26, 1943 Price Five Cents

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News and ViewsOf WOMVNS CHRISTIAN: SOCIETY KEGVLAR!SERVICE OF MEETING II \\'E I PROGRAM PRESENTED AT f Capacity Crowd



OkeechobeeMen Uprooted Peple"as: the theme LIONS MEETING LAST NIGHT I' Enjoyed Lions

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tarried out in devotional and program i :

In Service conducted by Mrs. Howell

and Mrs Lawson at the March Meeting called to Order Lion Gilbert Culbreth : I Charter Night

meeting of the Womans Society of '

Prank Christian Service held at the annex Song, "America" h,_ __.. .. ..... Everyone ,' I -----
Barber,
son of Mr. and I1 A
Tuesday afternoon //1 capacity crowd attended the

has Mrs: recently J. L Barber been of Okeechobee. Mrs. W. A. Lawson, vice president Pledge of Allegiance to the Flag uu_ ... Everyone : charter night banquet held at the
transferred to
the had charge of the business j li, Nix cafe last night when delegations
field
flYing at Lincoln Nebras- session Martha Circle as hostess Invocation .. .. Rev D 0 Alderman A from Pahokee, Belle Glade
ka. Frank "washed out" as a flyer ,
I and Moore
I' served delicious refreshments to the 1r Haven were here to help
several months ago and Is now in the
following: Meeting Turned Over to Masterof Okeechobee Lions Club get Its

good the bombing hopes that squadron he will but again has very be I I Mrs W A. Lawson; Mrs. .F I Ceremonies Lion Rupert Mock I start Lions as International.a full fledged member of

able Zander: Mrs J O. Wolff; Mrs. D.
to enter as. a. flyer.S I W. Caisel; Mrs. W. L. Burgess; I Appoint Tail Twister Lion Rupert Mock cashier of the
I
I Bank
Mis W. R. Howell; Mrs. K E of Pahokee and president of

Sollle Ellis arrived here la week Stello[ Mrs. W A Moore; Mrs. C. Introduction of Guests the Pahokee Lions Club acted as

and Is spending; a fifteen days mr- : II P..rkeisii. Mrs H. A Proctor; I master of ceremonies as It was

lough! here and in Fort Pierce vis-i I ..., P P Ems MV E. DeCot Song Betty Barber, Sylvia Snell, Molly Bowden;|' the Pahokee club that sponsored
iting friends and relatives and at- the local club. In addition to Mr.
'
_ _ ; Mi- W B. Jennings: Mrs. I
tending to ,business. He was trans- : F H GoodwinLocal I Piano Solo Harry Paul GreenbergerSong $ Mock the meeting was attended by

ferred several months ago from ------V' --- I District Oovernor Robert M. Blakeof

Napier Field Montgomery, Ala., to Betty Barber Sylvia Snell Bowden West Palm Beach. Deputy DIs-
Molly
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the Army Tech School at Keesler Red Cross FULLER trict Governor Browning Roach of

Field MISS, where he Is stationed Louisville, Ky. | Pahokee. and a number of ladles

with the Army Air Forces. Sollie I president Southern Baptist Seminary I from these nearby towns city and

has been confined to the hospital Chapter Makes LIONS FEAST who delivers the concluding county officials and a few other

tor some time and was only recent- message of the present announced local guests.

ly discharged from there. Garments' Baptist Hour series. on the subject i District Governor Blake made

SWord ; Many Welcome Lion President Gilbert Culbreth "Making America the Arsenal of I the presentation address and pre-

Spiritual Democracy", on Sunday I I sented the charter. In his talk Mr.

: was received this week thatSergeant I Response Lion Frank Alvarez, Pahokee morning. March 28th at 8:30: a. m. Blake outlined some of the more
Johnnie Walker was still Didou know :h, Okeechobee |
outstanding things for which Lion-
In Australia and getting along fine. Chapter! : An'lll.\I1 Red 1 Cross has I "MIKING AMERICA: THE
Address and Presentation of ism stands and showed the large
He writes that he is well and happy made and -.hipped! 961 garments ARSENAL OF SPIRITUAL

He also enclosed a picture in dresses hospital! noun,. etc to be'' Charter District Governor Robert M. Blake DEMOCRACY" FULLER I growth of Lionlsm in several parts
I A the world.
which It shows him as growing a cent! to icai'oe'In England and

beard on his face. He says he Is China as well ,& the occupied Acceptance of Charter Gilbert Culbreth Bringing to a close three monthsof I Gilbert Culbreth president of the

very anxious to get home. ('Duntrles: President Lions Club The Baptist Hour radio series. I Okeechobee club. accepted the
I charter on behalf the Okeecho-
.S 136 knitted sweaters for the men Dr. Ellis A Fuller, Louisville, Ky., I of
bee Lions Club with a few well
)n the fighting front. will speak Sunday morning, March
Emlley Waldron who has been <' chosen remarks.
77,000 surgical dressings for our I 28th. according to Dr. S. F. Lowe.
stationed ai Camp Standing for the During the evening a musical
Bounded men on the fighting lines ENTERTAINMENTSong Atlanta Ga chairman of the
was discharged from the program was rendered by several
past year
Did you know that Okeechobee Southern Baptist Radio Committee
last week and has returned local boys and girls.
Army I
bounty was the smallest county to sponsoring the series.

to his home heie. He was discharged be asked to make surgical dresses __ ._... "H" u "God Bless America"Adjournment Dr Fuller who Is president of the I ---VCitrus -
on acoount of ,he recent
and that quotas have ahvR-r. been Southern Baptist Seminary and :
ruling of the army in which they Growers
met.. former president of the Southern
do not accept men fcr military duty I Did you know tlyvt !the Red CrossI Baptist Home Mission Board, and .

that are over thirty-eight. years old. I was the only agency through which I ol the Georgia Baptist Convention. Want

S 1 j a furlough could be arranged for the dodging;, of them by some people will have as his subject. "Making Improved

We are In receipt of a letter your boy or husband In the army. Sugar Company in some counties. Adequate public America the Arsenal of Spiritual

from Sergeant J T. Hancock whoIs IOf course furloughs are not r"M I notice Is of Incalculable value to Democracy. This Is the closing Fruit Market'

stationed with the Marines at c: ccpt Inns cf skkne. ski >!' cv Plans to Supply both the citizens and the officials i message of the present announced ,

Lake City. He says that he Is getting i very Important circumstances I 1 a county., -Punta Gorda Herald.V series on the general theme "Amer- :

along fine and Is enjoying the I That the Red Cross is the only -V---- lean Christians Amid[ World Crls- I Orlando. March 23 (FNS>-Preliminary

best of health. In sending his subfcctlpllon J,ciganl/ation) : that goes oversea with All Vegetables T, T. COLEMAN WILL es." I steps to coordinate: alt citrus

t& the News he says "I : the nation's fighting.: mn I I LJ A\'E APRIL 5 FOR n\"() The Baptist Hour now in Its I, industry efforts toward elim

am enclosing a buck-please enter 'I That the Red Cross can obtain i WEEKS BUSINESS: TRIP third year presents outstanding religious ination"of six "harmful practices"on

my name on the ubscriptlon list' information about your son or husband leaders both laymen and the New York auction markets

for six months I I or friend who Is a prisoner Clewlston. March 23. >FNS) Dr. T. T. Coleman will leave on preachers, In a series of timelymessages I were taken here last week when the
With the view of providing it* several -
in occupied France, In Germany each at
[ war thousand workers with an am- April 5 for Jacksonville and West Sunday morning six reasons were outlined to a nonpartisan -

Saturday and Japan or Italy. where he 8'30 a. m. (EWT). Thirtysevenradio committee at a meeting
Elburn Platt spent I, ple supply of canned vegetables, the I Florida: will spend two
with his That arrangements hove been stations in sixteen Southern in he offices of the United Growers
Sunday in Okeechobee United Slates: Sugar Corporation weeks visiting friends and attending -
: made for packages: containing can- I states are on the independent net- and Shippers Association.
parents Mi', and Mrs. J. C Platt has appealed to the OPA for permission to business. His office will be
He was being transferred from the I dv. chewing\ gum cigarets..food and to establish closed during his absence. work. Chairman O. O. McRae outlined

Miami Naval Station to Norfolk. I -lothing may be sent to your boy. I Victory Garden" and a coopel"tlvt'i canning I -0- The programs can be heard In | the obstacles as follows;

husband or Mend in occupied Florida over Stations WJAX of 1. Florida citrus is sold after
will be stationed for I |i
Va. where he plant, where employees would grow LOCAL MEMBERS ATTEND
runtrtes Jacksonville; WFTL of Ft Lauder- !''California's offerings have been
the present. I large quantities of fresh vegetablesto LION CHARTER NIGHT AT
1 I That the American Red Cross dale. WRUF of Gainesville; WTSPof I moved thereby reducing prices at
be canned used themin
and by MOORE HAVEN TUESDAY
Mrs Earl Bond Is in receipt off !I was doing everything for the comfort the summer months when fresh St Petersburg and WWPO of other auctions which look to New
help and well being of your Lake Worth. I York barometer.
with the as a
letter from Bail who Is vegetables are not available I Gilbert Culbreth K. E. Stello
Africa in which heayt loved ones In the armed forces Many of the stations on the present 2. New York buyers operate ona
army In North might be. Under the company's plan land Allen Markham and Bryant Bowden will continue The
action. He statedIn wherever they network Bap- I daily credit restriction. When
he has seen Red Cross \', -uld be provided without cost as composed a party that attended -
American and
his that recently he was That the tist Hour series for April May their credit has run out they retire
letter to soldiers who may veil as supplies and equipment a I the charter night meeting of Dr.
machine gun makes loans June carrying messages by for the day so that late moving
forced to drag and a he added "if need money for a furlough or whatever canning factory set up and employees I I the Moore Haven Lions Club which George W. Truett noted preacherof Florida fruit receives the tag end
miles
about two would their and was held at the! club house in that
be. I get vegetables
the need might Dallas Texas.
credit.
it. I of the available buying
you think that's. .fun.. try I IUr. The Red Cross needs your helpIn I canned goods at actual cost. The .t Tuesday night. I V 3. 'Late pale of Florida fruit for-

Sloan left! order to carry on these Important I company Is also prepared to extend About seventy-five members Vis- Mr. and Mrs. Kit Bowden andtwo ces handlers to work overtime

and Mrs Wilford Plant City )I taslcs: Okee ho1Jf'e's quota Is : such cooperative operations to in- : hors anti thplr ladies. from -All.. parts sons Kay and Paul Howard doubling handling charges.
today fir a_ short visit at nas ''elude cattle and if the of the Lake section were in attend
back to $IWO 00 of which about $850: butchering \>.'f'rl'Isltors! spending the day here 4. Late sales cause railroad unloading -
before he has at to the report Orlando Air peen raised. Let's do our best If I CPA approves thus meeting the ance at the meeting.0 Sunday. s crew bottlenecks or jams

training camp stationed at Orlando you haven't made your contribution I actual lood needs of the several V sometimes causing our fruit to be

Base. He is her home you may make It to H. H Riuler-: i I thousand workers at the same -0- Albert Berka left Tuesday afternoon I held over until the following day.
and his wire als!> makes full H. M. Barnet and Mrs JK .
B. E Alsobrook ; time giving these employees Clewis after .
son or Mrs[ i to return to ten 5 Late sales of citrus keeps
there with him. 'enefit of the saving that would re Walker. Jr.. and daughters De- I
I -vKOGEUO spending several days with his Florida shippers and growers from
wire and BOROMEI: WAS 'I suit from this nonprofit operation. retha and Mrs. Morris Barnet and family. receiving sales reports until late In
Private Robert Ming ON AT MIAMI Company officials point cut that Miss Oveda B:>l'Omel. were visitors
this week OPERATED I -0- the afternoon or night forcingFloridians
left
uany of New Smyrna time In Okee HOSPITAL L\ST MONDAY M'ch an operation Is much more ( spending last Saturday in Fort Mrs. Burnett Bartlet returned to to base one day's sales
after spending some practical and economical than In j Pierce.
his mother. Mrs Ida Okeechobee yesterday after spending I on the previous day's report.
chobee with Private Ming. Rlgero Boromel underwent an trying to encourage several thous- -flirt a week In Virginia with Mr 6. Recognition that Florida cit

Mini and family. Luisin operation at the Riverside hospital and employees each to grow their a recent national selection of Eartlett who is in military camp rus predominate on the New Yorkmarket

who is now stationed has at returned Camp to I' m Miami on Monday for an acute own garden plot and do their own the best by new writers, two of E. there. for approximately; seven
California received L. Shuler's[ were selectedHe
canning poems
Word was
sinus infection. -o- months of the year.
I
camp yesterday that he I J. Hardin Peterson has been asked by publishers to Cochrane of Pahokee sales
S *v his family Congressmen Christine In addition to: McRae. man-

Ralph Ming and is very much Improved. has personally laid the plan before submit others although he did not spent several days of this week in ager of the R. D. Keene interestsat
I
Sergeant
Tech. Okeecho-- -v- OPA officials In Washington and submit the two chosen they were Ckeechobee the guest of Mr. and Winter Haven Lorin T. Else,

family spent last weeK\!! Mrs. Ida Miss Constance Finger and Miss expressed the belief that some such' selected by the committee from Mrs. Gilbert Culbreth. 'Haines City. S. C. Battaglia, Or-

bee with his mother Betty Barber were visitors spending II plan will have to be adopted at previous publication in the Times- -o- ando. John D. Clark Waverly and
family.
and
Ming Tuesday 4n Miami. many Isolated spots throughout the Union. Mrs M. A. Patten and daughter. Murl Pace, United Growers' man-

information -04 nation if ample food is to be available : Mr. Shuler Immediately receivedan Mrs. McLendon, left last waek for I ager, attended the conference.

We are In receipt of who en- v--. I where large numbers of workers Invitation to Join the writers' i Pavo, Ga., where they will spend V
that Private James Ming and nota I II which he has accepted
November 23 1942. Love is an Image of God are concentrated:, In such areas. colony the summer before returning to FIGHTING FORCES NEED
tered the army Bland- lifeless Image, but the living essence I V when these appeared in this new aelr home here. MORE QUININE: ; FLORIDA

'was transferred from Camp divine nature which I volume of poems.R. TO ASSIST
he of the I I .0- DRUGGISTS
Ing to Santa Rosa, Cal., where PUBLICITY IS OF GREAT V
all goodness.MartlnLuther. : of Mr.
he wasrars. beams full of Teddy Greenberger, son
remained some time. Later campat VALUE IN lJSYVUS M (Dick) Durrance of Marl-I and Mrs. Leo Greenberger who is Jacksonville March 22. (FNS) -
., rred ta: the training .
Carolina. V-- anna left yesterday stationed at Fort Riley, Kansas, has The Southern Drug Journal reports
Carolina Beach, North and righteousness Adequate public notice protects his home after spending several transferred to the Inspired -
:. cannot love recently been that druggists of. the country,
VAS"'OCl.TIOSAL -OFFICERS-- I What achieve for the race? All that1can people's Interests. Yet some pe
CHURCH be accomplished, and more realize what it means to business and- seeing friends. ents he says he is very much pleased bxlng champion and hero of the
TO VHIT BAPTIST them. They let curtailment after .
recorded. : -0-
has yet with the transfer. Guadalcanal. Barney
\RC1I 28TH than history I Marines on
Sl'NDXY. i :I curtailment be put through the Misses Dorothy Conrad and of
Miry Baker: Eddy. Ross telling how the shortage
legislature. Public notice should in
to _-V Marie Walker spent Sunday Mr. and -Mrs. H. M Barnet spent quinine cost many lives have clean
It will be our happy privilege I be expanded not limited or further friends
established Tampa visiting
Lee Oaban. our Assocla.ttonal : .- When Infinite Wisdom I of delinquent Sunday In Moore Haven where they ei: their shelves of this precious
Mrs. curtailed. Advertising
have Director of! the rule of right -and honesty. -- were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. drug turning their entire stock
Training Union be taxes speeds up collectionsand Mr and Mrs. Elzle Prescott an-
should
with four He saw ('> It that justice I W. Crum and family. over to the government. Florida
Fierce together helps hold down delinquencies arrival of son that
Fort nounce the a .
expediency. I to check their
ether assoclatl nal officers, visit our always the highest I and tends to keep from going higher was ,born at the Fort Pierce hospital .0- druggists are urged Is
March 28. Wendell Phillips. Misses Luzena and Anita Pearce, stock and if any quantity onhand.
training union Sunday, the taxes of the man who pays. last week.
director I -- I I0 Inez Hazellef and Ruth Thomas make it available to help
Gaban is an efficient Publication of school board andcommissioners' ,
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Mrs. -
Where Divine Providence has grantedthis I were visitors in Fort Pierce Satur- ,meet the acute shortage
and radiates enthusiasm minutes receipts who is employed by
those things I J. L. Barber,
that (I day. --V--
said gift to man
ever she goes Truly It may be about which are honest are also the most and expenditures would enlist the army eng.eers at Wllliston left )| _o- E. C, IIERRINGTON HAD
fine leader, "She went ( public Interest in those public after I
more Wednesday
of this for that plate
advantageous.-Qulntill&n. I Miss Juanita Platt, who Is employed LIGHT STROKE TUESDAY
doing good. Let us make a special affairs and would keep the public spending several days here with his Saturdayand
V at Miami, spent
be on time our training better informed-it's advertising ''
effort to Seek ye first the kingdom of God family. I Sunday here with her parents E. C. Herrlngton suffered a light
at 7 m. that's fully worth to the public
begins p. oTo
union I -
and all these things shall be added Mr. and Mrs J. C. Platt. stroke at his home here on Tues-
V all it a"ets Lists of occupational be perfectly Just Is an attrl- I Fort
unto 7OU.-Matthew 8:33.: .0- day night. He was carried to
to advertise. licenses If published each year before bute of the divine nature; to be so
It.
Fort
pays I V- Walker Llddon and wife of Pierce Wednesday where Dr. Sample -
The News. collections .close would insure to the utmost of our abilities is Pierce visitors spending last with care
Advertise in Subscribe for The News were told him that proper
fuller collections and help prevent
the glory of Addison .
man.-Joseph
time.aob
Friday in Okeechobee. he would be alright in a short
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Published Every Friday by the j jOkochobee r + WAR UUNBfi From where I sit -

News Co., at Okeechobee I Ml'IK II: .
I Okefrhohoe, ('Ollht ., Florida *
Okeechobee County, Florida. : t BUY )
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BRYANT BOWDEN ...-..... .. Editor I Ientered I UNITED pursuant to Section 0 of Chartervfftn: 1,
I n<\ of Florida Act 1037. known II Mosquito Torpedo Boats the Sub Joe MarshAfter
/1 STATES tin- Mt'UPIIY ACT the of 4 bJ
second class matterJuly following doM Chasers are tbe speedsters our ,
as akel'eho1et'
rlbod Iiiml In County.Florida .
I Navy. Light and fait they are the
1. 1914 at the Post Office In N will IIP offered for nile itI
WARt of the Fleet on the water They
I iibllc, oitnrv hlRheat and eyes '-11I"
under the
Okeechobee, Florida I ubjeethto
l,, .1 l (Huh hid. the tight ofi displace approximately 1,500 tons
Act of March 8, 1879. I BONDS i Ih. Trnateca of the Intprnnl Imnrnvmi and cost about $2.400.000 each. that Western thriller at Is sold only In clean, respectable
,.in, .fund to reject nn)' and all bid.. the movies, Ben Ryder says: places.
L -SUBSCRIPTION i : nt the Court Home. lIt in A. M on thimil >
'I"I ANDy 'Inv of April I'M.'I llnaoment: "You know. the West wasn't cM Everybody benefits from cooperation .
' One year In advance ... STAMPS 1 fur rnnil right of wny 200 feet wide ) Irl like that While the gunplaywas like that-even folk.
" Six months In advance ............ 1.00 + I will hi ....n.d from any parcel(
folks .
Miroiiirh' which there la an cxlHiluii goin on respectable who want Prohibition back. Becnoe
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' Three months In advance 'lt.it. Kond. ID A.po.tr
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J undesirable
I were weeding out those beer folks are work.
i l.ota 7 to 21 Inc, Blk. A, 11...'. ::::::=- ,.. ..
Advertising I xnlxllvlKlcin. --- elements red-eye saloons and log for the same thing-a decent
bills are payable on
(L..H, 1 to 12 Inr, Blk. 2. Pint .r "
gambling joints.
the first of each month. Parties 'I \ilillllnn to Southern I'lnea need- -..- law-ablding/ community.

Unknown to publishers required to .. v ---- I loll 1 and 2. Blk. P. Wrlitht We many "f these powerful, And Den's right.,: There's a From where I sit the way .
, \ IlH.. Snhillvlalon. fast little boat to with the
pay In advance. Tlll'STFKH OK Tim 1XTKHVU.IMPHOVnMENT cope spirit In America that's always isn't to pass more laws, but to
I >: Fi'Nil OF Till! treacherous suhmu'me type of na working for a better commu enforce the ones we've got-and
STATE OK KI.0111 PAItv val warfare fo.sUrcd by our ene
notices In local columns, nity. Take that "clean up or
Reading 1 1r Roy II Itniilnmon. AznntTrimtepi mies Everybody can help forj| rely on America's spirit of U&
r 10 ten's a line Rates for display! I Ir UNITED STATES !. I. fund. Okcocliiibee<< pay close-up" program of the brewIng erance and cooperation.
more Sub Chasers by putting at
County, Florida
advertising furnished on applies- WARBONDS Industry for Instance. Its
least ten percent o( his income Into
1 tlon. Classified! advertising 2 cents ----. War Bonds. Buy Bonds or Stamps I whole purpose Is to see that beer s9eMJL .

each word Insertion. All Items AND
per I STAMPS VOTIfK: TO nU'HTIIIIiI every pay day. Buy them from
regarding enterprises conducted for IN TILE coniT oc TUB corxTY your bank your post office or from j i
.11'1'"F.! OKBECIIOBrE: COI-XTY,
profit are chargeable at rdvertlslng III'J 1'1.OIiIr I ) \. In I PrnhntP your office or factory through the
t rates.- In re e.tnro ofK.i'rl11.EEN Payroll Saving Plan. No. 56 of a Series Copyright: 1943, Bntanf Indiutiy ftmiMmButch

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III" i imiipp Okeephnhp County Florliliin .
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..line ,and' Hlvle of "Okeprholiep Better b
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by
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fir> I will tint .lie reMi'inalMe| for inn Army regulations. But we're ', ,
lid" liii'ilm. an liiinrred liv unld biiiiliii'oiff
,,,r ,the,,, 17lli ilnv\ of Febrnnrx. .\, II betting that Butch will find away -0 i '
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Ml Hfi'iinlN mvlnff to nu nnil 1 1J iiild <>
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In
fact we companies .
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me inilRY W. IlI'TTONOTIfK the same problem. Right now,

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:' OF 1NTFNTIOV TO tPPI.V 'good service and low, regulated _.
I nut lt i.i.. \(..F OF Rand
!SI-I-CMI. OH lOCM. I.ilQr.\TIII'I rates against fast climbing costs
NOTICE 1- nnitriiv: iiviTim tremendously increased
it the si'-.I..n of the I i>irl 1ntnn' of Dm
State of Plorliln, ,to mnvene 'In \i"ll" demands for electric power tWe're
1141. ninillenllon" will he mmle for the
pnamiire, of .t"..IitI or mini .gl"ln"1I: doing it, too. Filling ,a
Die unlmtnni'e, of which will he nfollowi all orders.
: our war Giving u

\n Aet riliiiliiut", KiBle: Bn America far more power than
Sub Pnlnmrr Hlmrlil n drain,
Hire ill atriot oral,hlaed and esliit all the Axis countries combined. t
I. log ender, (lie lena of Florldn nmlonihrnelntf and
Pushing production
.Eei'd BREAK BOTTLENECKS eertnln' Innda 'In flue' up up.

eliobce Coiintv riorldn, : rnnrellliiir. And besides that, we're bal ." "
I 111 'taxes nf the i)1.trlet aznlimtuTinlii
1nnd< and exemntlne mild ancing a big plate of taxes.

at Bid 11111111 from further pintrln lnI'i'Vnilllliu' \ ',' How is it possible to make In federal tales to
S/0124 ,"",,1. "'nerv tit" their "|i Don't get ui wrong. We know so a penny e ll

I,lion Treimnnr t I", pin.. IIst of "the''I"t'e' PMrlet'ln\i ,dlreetin MOilillnir the need of wartime taxes. We're much power and meet so many win the war. Shouldn't every

LOADED for reroril f" lie iniule ft,.'.',' proud that business-managed taxes at tit tami time? Because one do his full than?
like a pack.horae-Iuggage flying this ,.f and fee tn be pnld' Tax Colin of sound business methods and
dashes breathless and lor In eonneetlon therewith electric companies paid $620-
good old offender up .
rillfilntf. I'linflnnlnff and vaMdntIni in last That long experience because men,
LATE. Perhaps he hasn't realized that today'swax pertain net of the Board ofiii 000,000 taxes year.
<, (>rvlnora. offlepra and Itppih'r 23c out of dollar women and management worked .
travel conditions do not permit such delays. ..f the PIMrlet.nouip was every you together u a team. I
OK PEIlVlso'lx: OF paid u* 8c to local and state
...,-""ice U 41ft {___
workers be moved
and must
Fighting men wax run: BVY si n iuAi' \irMITICEI
"I "THII' governments 15c to the fedBut while we're doing all this, reralgovernmentenoughto
on schedule-and that means time must not be -- -- -----.-.- and
government municipal
wasted at bus stops if schedules are to be main- outfit buck
1,687,762 private. power rjtlemt Oft not paying
tained. UktH>cbubt>. Couuty. Florida(
Mil ih 17. 11143.MMICK \ .
T. H. NIX, Agent is uiiiuv: : I\EN 'iimt
,imriii, :"nit lo Seetlnn D of (I'lmiiter' 12UUln )
Munihird nil IIIUiiic Million I'lionc UX known .
r r of FlorMii. Ael 1H7.! al
Rf Fe the \ll'Itl'II1'C'I'. the following des
H'rlli,, il Innd, i In okepiliubeo Coutitv ,,-.-..- -. -.-.. ... .. - . . .. .. ,- ... .. .. -'-' .--..------..
MIAMI BEACH BOS DEPOT ft pwet Klorlil.i will he uflered for sale nt .
brat and
mlII.' outpi\ for the hIt
a3eWuMn.tsnA..at.. .n, 'it ennti bid mihject to the right of ._ ___..__ .... '. ..... h .
'""" PHONE 0 lel + btrg tV Ih" 'Iartr''N I ,'t the Internal, ImproNeinfill -
Q fund to rej111. Iwo und all hlili.it .
,ih nun 1 Illume. ut HI A. M 1. on the THE OLD JUDGE SAYS. '
'Jnil dui ".I'prtt.. VM.I! : lIiiMeiiii'iitfor : I
road right of way 200 feet wide will II
,. from parcel through I
I I. "ranted l any
a lilih there la an en let 11111 Mate Uond. '
L..M, I '1,1 1. Ini Hlk 1. FlittAtlillifon 1, ,
to :Southern I'lneti.
I.ui. 10 Illk :.1, Miiithvrn I'tini.iiirsiEus ,----1 '
INVEIIXAL IyF1',1J't741'ji'
OK TIM
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DII'UO'I'IIIT0! : : OK liE ill\'Ir
STATB OK Fl.OUIUA.
HKo)' it. llaiiUrann. AtientIniitvei
1. I. Fund Okeedmbi
i '"1111'')', Florida.Ml) .

YOUR TiRES NEEDRECAPPING ---- -- -I'Hi.Ni.tlec : --'- ri'' (" ( :


; In belely given lust the
lliiiird ol uiimy CuiuuiliHluiiurii utIihiIi.hi ,4I/
1
., I '011111)o'lol'hl", ulll hove
11 bid lniroilui'i.'d in the 1'JIJ: .c..lon
at Die Horlila 1".ItI.IIIIII" reiiulrhiK, ;
ill iniiilldntu, lor 'the. ..111 lie of mem-
her ul Hutircl u( Ciiunl) CoiuuiUnliiuerii
7 ul! okcet, huliee Ciinl.I'lililu, hull. Iou ( x1 iy'Y fl X4'r 'r+PY"l fI
Iliillllllillcil b)' illlllllltd eleitol ., III
I'mnni 1'11"11"11'; ol said "''HIIII>' ut
b IHmrlcin, and l -
huge nml not > 'proMilliiK
I Unit uih iiiiiUlduteii tihail. uuvloidcd I
ut hurt nix monilm In the
\ '"wit .! niuinliiiiloiier", LiUlrltt bur
Have them recapped by Humphries at \\hlih lie In u iiiiidlduti, lu OilY 1'rt-
mill ) .'r .;"II'r.1) hlectloii.I1. .

Fort Pierce in one of the South's finest plants it,,"p1 of. WAI.KUK County 1..111111.I Chiilriaiiu.Hli>iicr-i, .

Okecchubeu .'..11111). Flurldil.NO .

-nijie eperience-flnest workmanship t&
years
IKK: : % : fMNIye

-best of materials-and a reputationfor Uourd Olive I of III I'oil hcreU Illy } I'uiiiiuliixloncra ghen that the of !

ilk"'"'.lining. Cuiinly Florldn, will liuv .
square dealing. You can drive over and n bill Intrudiicvd. III the 1U4J Bcmlou I II ran,"
'
I "f the Flnrliln' Lrglahiinre rlltlf) hug
nml lonltriiiliiif, eucli mid every tax'
wait-Ship them to us via truck line or have MCI"ih'iiient untile by Hie Clerk of Clr-I 1 RG
nit I'oiiit or the llmird 1 nf Coiiniy' I
1'oumilHnUiiicrii' of (JkviM'hobeu County, ,1
your local service station send them to us. Morldn, and Tax Collector of .uld'I'mint |' t
v, on dilliniuent' tuxva und tux ,
,,"rllllt-IIIt., herelulore" lamied fur noilim.Mlieiit
We do work for the Army, Navy, State Road I of tiltei ull (blliila listed( III "I can't think of anything else you'll need seventy-two times in the last ninety years. '
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Okeeihobve and -
of prutided
mild 011111."
I that ell UKHemuieut for State\ for your Victory garden, Judge. you'vegot It has been adopted forty-seven times in

Department and many large fleet owners. I I"Hen hull. be |paid III full .. required pretty nearly everything." the past thirty-three years and discarded

Our work is satisfactionand t lilaw. I'. F. \VAI.KKIt. Chnlrmnn. i I IHonril "I think so, too, John. Ever get your everywhere except in three states. Same
guaranteed give
to ..r County CuuiinUidunera County.. Flurldu., I IOkeechobee I II asparagus patch going?" thing was tried in eight provinces in

we can usually give 24-hour service. I -.------. j i "I gave that up last year, Judge. Tried it Canada and in Norway, Sweden, Finland

NOTUK six: years in a row with no luck. Just haven't and Russia but it was an admitted failure .

I ;.Noiliila bitchy ttlven that, I will got the right soil, I guess?" and universally abandoned. .

Ketnlon bare n of hill the Inlrndiiced Florida, In LeicUlutureprovbllnic the nut "Well, I think you're wise, John. no "The reason is prohibition dots not '

Tire Co. I for the rntllMtlon and eonUriuntbiii use keeping on trying tht >you know won't prohibit All you get is bootleg liquor in

Humphries & Retreading iniulii of, each bv tin and C'lty every Connell tax<< letllement andI'lly work. Just like prohibition. State-wide pro.tead of legal liquor, plus no end of crime .

\ Tux I'nlleetor of the City ofI hibition has been tried in this country and corruption." ,
I (ki'eehobee: 1'lorldu. on ..delinquent
Phone 139 FORT PIERCE, FLA. tini'", both real 1 and ", 'roulla!. RI'
...."',1 by mild, City of OkceiuuVicc,
FI.ithll.'r. CM/trmm" An...'.. 8.wv.|< Muiliiti, 1*. '
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FRIDVY. MARCH 28, 1943 THE OKEECHOBEE NEWS PAGE TIIREE
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Tournament Purple' and Gold News"FOR THIS WEEK



Gilbert Theatre

Porky Dranghon A GREATER OKEECHOBEE HIGH SCHOOL"

The doubles tournament Is Just Okfechobee

about over. The finals were started I
MARCH 26, 1943
last Wednesday but will have to be I I I:>_! .1 __ O SaturdayDENNIS
finished this Wednesday because I rriuay at

time both teams won a set apiece WINNING '! Somebody knew, somebody talked, I SCRAPBOOK' Announcements concerning the I! s

they did not have time to finish PERSONALITIES And we had to meet our fate. organizing of the band, and the : O'KEEFEi

the last set. I Our Scrapbook material Is being moving of the recreation hall were !'i

Mr. Williams and L P. won the Our brave ship went down into gathered rapidly now. and in the made
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first set very easily by a score of Yes of course, you want to know the deep next four weeks we hope we can i, --V "AFFAIRS OF JIMMYVALENTINE"

6-1. But It was a different story In Just "Who is who" In Okeechobee I And all hands were gone finish It up. l lThere's STAFF
the second High School. This week we can Our bodies lie at the bottom of
set. Porky and Tiny | one more thing we'd like
tell you Just who that Is because Editor In Chief..Molly Bowden
won this set by a score of 9-7. It the sea to do and we must ask a favor of I Iyou. I I WEAVER BROTHERSIn
last week In chapel by secret ballot i i But our souls! live on and on. Assistant Editor......Sllvanus Harden
seemed for a little while that the I We'd like a certain section of
the student body elected the following Business Manager. Eva Nelle Hall I
set would not be finished because 1 the scrapbook to be dedicated to

neither one could get over one personalities: : I've told you my story men of O. il S. who are in service. Sports Reporter.. Weldon Draughon : "OLD HOMESTEAD"A
Most handsome boy Tiny Watford Class Reporter .... June Cheshire I
And
ahead now my Job is done: I
game of the other
one. When I Now if you're a relative, friend or I
the second set was over Mr. Williams Most beautiful girl! Oveda Boromel I But there's one thing more I must 'sweetheart of one of these boys be I Olub Reporter ... Estelle Sanderfur I News and Selected Short
Most athletic bov Frank Reeves Social Reporters: Harry P. Green-
to
say you. I I,
said
that he was too tired sure you give us his name and a Subjects
Most athletic girl Juanell Pearce One berger, Phylis Cason.Miscellaneous
to play another set even If we had : Just one. I i I I snapshot of him. If you don't have ,
Best all-round. boy TIny Watford
Reporters and Typ-
'
time. a snapshot of him In uniform write
As soon as the doubles tourna- Best all-round girl Molly Bowden i My story has a moral I'I to him and get one. I ists: Katheryn Sweatt Bertha

ment Is over the singles tournament Most popular boy Porky Droughon I A moral from which you must I''|i Your cooperation in this matter Mercer Perllee Hunt Jack Coker, Sunday &. Monday
Most popular girl Molly Bowden Joe Marie''
will start, although not many peo- not balk- will be appreciated. Underhlll Sylvia Snell,

ple have signed up for singles Mr. Wittiest boy Porky Draughon When you know something that the I V Walker, Betty Mae Thomas, Oveda

Williams expects to have enough Wittiest girl Althea Walker' enemy Boromel. Jean Lee Raulerson, Zel-I i ANN SHERIDAN

to have a good tournament. Most Intellectual boy John NefT Would like to know, BAND NEWSThe da Johnson, Martha Walker, Flor- ;l DENNIS MORGAN

V Most Intellectual girl Betty Watford Never never talk rte Jordan Alvena Smith, Marion

Biggest flirts: Frances Knight enthusiasm Martin In
I --VDopey -- and Interest in I

Theta Beta ClubThe and Sylvia Snell. l the band continued to grow and :i -- "WINGS FOR THE
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I Most beloved woman faculty Doins 1: the first meeting of the Interested '411'11 I IVllk EAGLE"

member' Miss Finger. '' group was held Thursday night. <., I hob, .r nllllt\\ I I'l'il 'hill. I
\lu,', h .'". 'IIHI .
the : Most beloved! man faculty member I I There U nothing definite about Nlt't'IrF. : I is 'miini: :' .11'1'i.\; i im), Also Newt and 'The WOlld at War'

meeting of Theta Beta : Mr. Durrance. I. IIKELY BOtlTtLE i: this organization but there has to i |minimi I in si'ilnn II ir I'llilptiT" 1s2.j), I
Club was held Tuesday night in This Is the opinion of the whole be and 1 limn cil. "I'lnilihi .t11." lll.'il knciwii its i
beginning feel
Miss Finger's .homeroom Due to I Well w l1.'ell., this is the big a we stileit III,' Ml /Itl-IIY" .U'T' III., fiillonluir' lie.
student body and the pictures of i, has been to rib, ,1, ,
organized reach a '( luliil In nk"rrhb"' l'ntity| .
1 Miss Finger's absence Miss Ralford these personalities will be in the | week-the Junior-Senior is Friday :I successful end. It Is not too late ,ri.n'lilii, ," nil' I hr "a'..r.1 fur enl III Wednesday Only
and Mrs Wongrey attended the i night and If every boy doesn't havea !infill', ""it'"r' Hi" lilKlimt' iiii'l'
i Scrapbook ; for those Interested to join this l .Ll,
meeting.The date there's something wrong ? Ilrtish hid miliji'il t, rhn right nl i '
V organization >Ih? Trimtiq.il uf I llu., Interim Improve- WILLIAM POWELL
business short 'cause they don't even have to buy in. ni Finn) I
I meeting was I to reject any unit all hid"
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and to the point. Charles and Gilbert CHARACTER the gal a corsage as the banquet U There will be no individual lessons ,, nl llu'( 1'iiiirt n""..., nl 10 A. M. on III'. HEDY LAMARIn
taught but through your own ; "ilh\ iint nf April. IM.1 11:11"11I":
SKETCHES OF informal.
were taken into the club as ambition learn to I I for mini' right, nf \\'n201): IVH vvhl, !,. I
an
new members and their Initiationwas OUR TEACHERSI Now let's see what I can let you you can play '', 'III ,hinniTvi'il, rrutii iinv us r''I
'Instrument and be ready to take 'Iit rough wlilrli IIITI| in '
im rxlullii "CROSS ROADS"Coming
then in order. ,,111, on.: Oh yes. Jvk Eledge and I >lhIlowL,
advantage of the band director we I
I Several members were dropped Jack Wolff both ask Frances I iiM '.'. :II.I :.I\ mill, il. Illk 4. tint
have the two
This week ve remaining I
from the roll. The Watch Dog I members of the faculty Knight Look out boys she belongs I. hope to-get next- year.V I Lots fork I.\iliUllinii mill .'. Illlc' :1\. I'hiTnli-/ I

Vice President and Newspaper Ed- No. 11. She Is a pretty brunette. to a soldier. and you're too goon 1 i '\\'III''I':!::" OK TIIK: t IVTiKS: I i I Attractions

itor In Chief were* replaced by the I with hot She has great friends to fight about a gal.L. DO YOUR ALL I IMI'MrtVKMBXT: KI'Ml Of Till': I
temper.
a I HTATH
] OK
Io'.on I1U.
I P. ask JUanell Jack Duke ask I I'
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folllwing persons respectively: Joe .
Rv Itnv
II llnnli
talent and is responsible for a large r i>ii, Aff.i.iTrinliK.ii "
Underhlll Harry: P Orpenberger share of our entertainment at Betty Mae; Clyde expects to be out | By: Edgar .\. Gue+t I I. 1 I. .'11"- dWih.ih' HERE WE C.U AGAIN

and Sllvasus Harden. After the school. -I town but he sho had a big time I 'Da your bit!" How cheap and trite Counlt' '. KliirlilnI 1
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COCi: ['sHJP (II' ANDY HARDY
busy session was over a surprise No. 12. And now for the last last week-end with Juanita Havvey Scorns that phrase in such a fljht! I NO IKKTnl1iiliiiH
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birthday party for Maron Martin I, teacher of OHS. This one Is known 1! In i 1"I 'tn 'Do your bit!" That cry recall. .i.... I"lorldiIlitri'Ii' :-Jil V"NOTICE I':. MONO OF THE ISLAND

was held. for his wise-cracking and is always I Jack C'-ker is escorting Petllee Change it now to "Do your all!" I Pita'". llniiril. ,In iif hi-ii'hv Kilni'iill: "'irlvi'ii ai "f MMSi Unit lln ii.

_V____ 1 readv to laugh for give a !; and Porky escorts Betty Barber. I I of Flnrlilll nil nlflT for .,|1? ,nn.l r..
: Bobby Pnire escorts Mildred Morgan : ii Ira iniMitlilvililil' nl t Tnlliilin;,; ; ,.
Do all and then do
THE ANNUAL EVENTThis test) He is known for his surprise .I your more: I ,riiirlitn., .lprlt "Tlh 11141. nl 12 o'1h| .? I I.
tests. He makes quite a "hit" with Do what you're best fitted for: "?n. fur, Ilii' hd''n lll, Well. there's lots of others but I i 11", uKKKriiuBKK: : t'nt'N'I'1'I iii'"
the girls and you always see a il i Do your utmost do and give: I II' | llu TOPTHAT
the
year Junior-Senior banquet :
just ca t think of them. but I'll let
him. is ] You have but one life to give. All that
crowd of them around He I I'll It n( wll'l| 111 i I' I In.
will
be presented In much "Bub". yru know later. I' ,,.'Hi r I n)h., <.,.ul., .,..rn i'.llr" i
style It Is to be held at the Southland better known to the boys as Now for real doln's. Eight of VVny. To''-i.'lili' :111 Imiilillniiiri'
I some dopey
*trAnswers Do your finest do your best ,
:! Knot 'Hitulnliiir' iupr"f ..
drill The theme Is built ; Yr
To Character Sketches Porky and Jack seem to like It j Don't let up and stop to rest.Don't Ininlch .t1+'.111 iii-mi. inur at ,Ii..t 13
around a night club plan with, '*'Iil* ;Xnlln. In imlillnlii-il In "
around at Barber's last week Was niii|<
rainbow colors used In the color No. 11 Mrs. Bartlett. i sit back and Idly say: i.Mill, nltll, v't'inns ?7IMN and .>7lH'"l i iriorMn ,
I it Betty they went to see or did did something yesterday." Minimi-it nf 1941'rho i N
BARS
| No. 12. Mr. Durrance \\1
scheme. The mothers of the Juniors | they lilac Miss Finger's cooking? I I Slnti. Ihiuril i'f (I'Mill-mini. I t1
will cooperate In coining the food --V 'in-ill 1 Din debt I I" ri-lii,t I't' :in1, .I' .
I j Porky even went to the Girl Scout Come onl? Here's another hour Mil" .

that the Juniors buy. The P.T.A. THE FOOLISH i banquet as Miss Finger's guest. I Give It all you have of power. I III nt.1"I i. ,..r lln Stii Dunn, of "PI I
has consented for them to use the I oration" ..f 'Hi, mull, .if Klorliln,
i DICTIONARY, SAYS j We were glad to see Sailor ElbuinI Here's another day that needs ..., .
J j wild I I. 11..1111".1 I IIvMII ""1.
:Jood.cafeteria In which to prepare the I I I Platt In town for a couple of davs |i Evprybody's share of deeds. I -.I r.'iiii rngiuh --
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''BENEDICT A married male. We think Miss Finger was especially I '
The girls will not wear long evening :MITK
t: oh' IN1I 'Till' TO
I glad. t \1'1'11I
BENEDICTINE.. A married female. "Do jour bit! Of course, but then
dresses but their pretty Oil \\It: III
BENEDICTION. Their children I nll-ss'ol1've had ?figs Finger Do it time and time again; I Kl-MMI ,".111"' M ri.KI.I Tm

prettiest street dresses. The boy SUIT. An abbreviated | has signed: up for admission to: theWomen's Giving doing all should be I \nrii, h: ix ,iiKiir.iiv:' II\PN;/ ; n" i
BATHING
will wear their best "S ndaygotomeeting" lit thi' ",...1"" tot 'Ihc 11irl.'ln I Mr", ..r
I that makes women look Flying Training Program Up to full capacity. ,
garment I, Klnrlilii r""xnluv hinrll 1:11:1: :! >
clothes and look their shorter and men look longer of the Army Air Forms F-rrvIn I > I'Mi'iiilnii nil' ) I b,,,. tiiiKli. iir ih,. M.,* ,I. .
nicest. nf Hill' I tit "I, 'I",III' "11'Ul-lllllilll w I i. I It,14'
BIRTHDAY. Anniversary of one'sbirth I Command. Now's no time to pick and choose '

The Juniors Seniors and Invited Observed onlv bv men, and Too. you've probably heard Lt. O | We've a war we mast not lose. > .\II .II'l ,,'111""" lo !Uvorelnili' trL.J .
guests are looking forward to a ; I is to be 'led'Satur- I 1-ning.| iMmrli'i i AiiliHtini" i.r
L. man
wonderful, evening. | children. Pippin Be your duty great or small, | ,v liii-.i i'nnli.iiiiiit"il, I'",. ., |III I h,,,
BLUE. The only color we can feel. day, March 27. in Los Angeles. Call l Do it well and do It all. i in "",'I.p. ,-".\lf '. Impllfr.' nrrnni..
The Juniors hereby extend to fornia. We don't know vho the (In ill" urillimry. iniintu'r. ininVfl'.
. each and who has had I BLUSH. A temporary erythema '",1 I ," 'nlinil ,ln", non In .
every person j
; and calorific' effulgence! of the lucky girl Is but we do 1m"he Do by careful patient living, I I furcn rotnthitt I" said' "MUlrlii Inl
a part In helping prepare for the aeteologized by theperceptiveness j deserves the best. and we wish for Do by cheerful open giving: l .itliMiiiiiilnlh' rii'iiiifllntf' riniilirII71T. | ,
i! physiognomy I ,
! banquet the heartiest of "thankyous' Limn nf Kli.-Mii V.t"i
of the sen sorlum. | him much happiness. Do bv serving day by day. I i Vi.'ll: UK niiicnili'il, nml stggdnm"lt"dtit' | ,
and we w h'e could pin of mequillbritv I Bettv Barber: went t<> Miami I At whatever post you may. K-I| II.HIII.I' | girt s. with .1,1'17,
In a predicament I u
an orchid on each of you. or Monday and well she saw a sailor nllll'llllllll'lltn.' I'tlllllBOK. Illlldin.-:
from sense of shame. anger I a UN mil ""rr.tI"h.r"' im
--V other cause. eventuating in a while he wa there that sho made t Do by sacrificing pleasure; nun. lu ilfKlrnMi'., in :i> iiniilUli,

, THE WINNING j 1 I paresis of he vase-motorial. mus- her happy. We um'eiVfyi Miss I Do by scorning hours of leisure. I .iii'>i r.'il.nrriiiKri'ini'iil(l.in. iiiitlKi'illuii i'"iiiiil1iiil"i'llll .lini.llIlintlii'i J

cular filament of the facial rip- I I Finger saw a sailor too. but she'shappier Now to God and country give > IHIM'ilMllllnll., llltll lid 'Ii MllllnlMi'iilK tit
: OF LATINNEThe flying i-hniiiro) *. Hiiiillfli-iiH'iti
urI'Itns
lllaries whereby being divested over her prospective Every minute that you live. .
I "" tirt* i-i'li-iiii1illi| il, \\ hlili"iiltl
I I of their elasticity. they become j I career. V .r ultrr HIM ItitiiDiliirU'M nf I Ihc
above title Is the name of suffused with a radiance emanating Phylis made a trip to Miami and Utr1ct. n-miiio tiny nf tho liimlMt "
i A REAL FRIENDTo t I. 'I!'.. insrrt'I. iliiiiiir1 tin' ,inlunnlI' '
, the Senior which will be who she saw-only one. Con-
play presented I from an Intimidated precor- guess I UK, '10'1,1rl'h..- Tis ulil.h tin" .
soon Don't forget, etuis dia. nie Raulerson. How'd you guess it? I "?., .
it's full of real entertainment and BRACE. Securltfor the trousers Guess that's all for now. Did thy 'otint-v: and thy nr on .VliiiliiUfrullint ihn IIIIHM' | In, (110,"- MirluiHxniiiK in\ A conductor named )Jr.

something you can't afford to miss. BRACER. Security for the stomach.. See ya later.ADVICE friend be tme.-Henry Vaughn | -,'1.,1 nnd Its ii-nwil li> I 11,,- 1 <<.rtsliilnrii Kincaid
: Mini ,In ii-tnnl, ,, nil tint ..r ,
This will be the last time
probably BRACELET. Security for the pawn- V ,,. ,. .
bur"a;a-;; li tii "f ''''''. rolnthiir, to th 111.trh'l
I most of these students will get to broker. Nothing itself is better whh'lI nrn tint liu-liuli-it In mid) Said-Mow that our

take part In such a performance. BRAIN. The top-floor apartment in TO than a friend who Is really a rvrlHlim. ,...iMIIintlini' .,linntlllitPn n country needs aid,
I nrriingi-nii'iit. i-ninrlliitlini nuli.iiiniilliliitloii i
V i the human bock. known as the THE LOVELORNDear friend.-Plautus. !i or 'ii'i-nviilxiil' .ni'1, Let'
all aboard
and kept by the Sarah Inllun'I|| J In fnri-i' liy fpftri'nro"iinln get ,
GIRL cranium Wino iriivlilcil.! .. hntt"-""r. Miniin Ituy Bonds and not
Sarah Chins is more indefatigable in toil
and Auntie Tripe :
Brum .
sisters-Sarah
SCOUTBANQUET I Tcppiil I shall not' 11/r"rt/ "" i iIrrlil
i Belum assisted by Medula Oblon- I really have put my foot in it i when there Is occasion for toil thana or ."""'h .!tr..rnrd" 1 lit Ion | hoard-
friend? mn'h ri-nii1, nor ,n-iifiil, tint ,tin i ililiii
All three are nervous but now : Who Is readier to reJoice So our loved
i gata. << "in i-iiiiHi-il for a llmlii'il i ones may
The Girl Scouts marked their are always confined to their cells You know 1 thought I'd help ft kid\ in one's good fortune? Whose .r uni'i-llli-il, 1rriud| | of ll"i.. live unafraid!"

first anniversary Friday Mar. 19 The Brain is done In grey and out the other day by !giving her a praise Is sweeter? From whose lips H.Tii: (thistntvh>.\i' n OKi, 22 'vMix VM'Iiii >jiirisIII'1 | : :

with a banquet held, In the Methodist white and furnished with light little advice she hadn't ask for I does one learn the truth with less t.t.:1t: +ii..t1'Rr: ?
water (if and I almost pain?-Dio Chrysostom. HP: I'' 1t: : in'\'riMfTllv :
church annex. and heat. hot or cold She didn't like it much. \I \HI:: I II.! nSS.I"T 1 q.e.SnILaBp .

The room was beautifully deco desired), with regular connection lost my gal because of It. ; e-n"d'hat ('hulr.'I1'' 'III war d.

. rated. The theme "V" for victorywas to the outside world by way of I really meant no harm but hat I j He Is my I' succoreth -- -- --- -
Usually occupied I me not he that pitleth me.-Thosi lu.ttb
carried out. The tables were the Spinel Circuit. good Intentions. now I'm In dutch ail

arranged in a V shape and runnerso bv the Intellect Bros -- with two or three people. What I i' Fuller To relieveOLDS/ Stamps t o

red. white and blue crepe paper Thoughts and Ideas as an Intelligence Am I going to do? I V Misery of tietiet ao

were In the center of the tables Office but sometime- Troubled Me. CHAPEL PROGRAM the N'sp

with center piece of snapdragons.The sub-let to Jag. Hang-Over ft Co Answer LIQCID nrstoi ylI I

patriotic designed program LVSOMEBODY Dear Troubled Me: The Secand Section of the Tenth 666.iE TABLETS 111117
bcok and place cards combined added TALKEDBy I DAME
tried it :
Maybe the person you |I Grade had charge of chapel last
, to its beauty and the patriotic ,,)*E DROPSPOIfill
helm acted as If she resented your I I( Friday. However only two members -
I napkins. The Scout and American I u. s. T-- lJop4.
DKOPKTr I
Me little speech. Maybe she did at of this homeroom felt that
crossed in the center at |I / "Kub-.M>.TI.m"-, Monderful'
flags were I'm Just a simple sailor. I first but I bet she's given it a great !1 p| they had the time or the ability Liniment
the head of the table with the I II
One of a tanker crew; deal of thought. It probably won'tbe to put In the chapel program.

birthday cake with one big red A tanker who proudly steamed out in vain all together. i j A play entitled "The Rector" was
candle burning was at the V op-
of her harbor I Now about your girl: Don't worry presented and those taking part

ening. And into the ocean,blue. too much be a little indifferent and were: NOTICETo

The Girl Scouts looked their if she likes you at all she'll come The Preacher. John Neff.

prettiest In their evening dresses I'm Just one unknown out of many back. Margaret the backbone of the Landowners in

escorted by their boy friends. The Yet I have a Job to do.I Your church Dorothy Sellers. Everglades Drainage District :

toastmistress, Miss Finger Intro- know a story of brave lives lost. | Auntie Tripel Chins. Mrs Lemlngworth the church The Everglades Act which became law Jyn 3. 1941 contains

duced the persons present. A story I mast tell to you. V boss Lucille Johnson. the following provision:

After the feast of the most delicious I. Victoria the girl the preacher
SECTION 15 (1). This section
shall
I NEW SCHEDULEThere's remain In full force and
food was finished the scouts We pulled out of lur port at mid- loves Bessie Mae Ralf.snlder effect for to (2) years from the date this Act shall become I

and their friends went to the re- nlte Aurelia Trimball In love with the law and at the expiration of such (2) years period then the fee

Oreation hall where they had a While the moon "above us shown. still quite a bit of dis- preacher Virginia Lee Culbreth.Mrs. simple title to all lands against which there remains outstanding

wonderful, time dancing and playIng We sailed into the empty darkness I cussion among the students about Munsev a widow scatter- any such tax sale certificates or tax liens shall become absolutely

games. For a harbor unknown. the new schedule proposed in last brain. Susan Hancork.Janle vested In the Board of Commissioners of Everglades Drainage

To the mothers and friends of the iweek's issue but the faculty don'tseem the preacher's housekeeper District and every right title or interest of every nature or kind

Girl Scouts we wish to express our When we were two days out at sea to heed our want to changethe Elizabeth Lightsey. whatsoever of the former owner of said property or anyone

seemed well schedule.We claiming bv through or under him or anyone holding any lien
deepest appreciation for your kind- All As the ladies try to buy a new
rushing toward us still maintain that this schedule thereon shall Cease terminate and be at an end and the Boardof
new and we assure you that't' Until we saw carpet for the church and marry
from sticklike objectA proposed can be worked out Trlmhall all Commissioners of Everglades Drainage District shall be auth-
could have had no nicer banquet a the preacher to Miss
orized and
empowered to sell the said lands
as provided I law
by
If it had been prepared by professional I' torpedo shell. very nicely In the remaining part at the same time a congested! climax -

cooks. So to one and all cf this year, and that things would Is humorous. This notice h published for your protection.

who nia
9-t thank pin.fr. .. I But we were too late. Instead of the .one we have now. who's who was held.






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man here that just calls it Red Cross
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last year every body did. service. Just ask my missus. M

We got a new daughter-in-law
Didn't think much about it }
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now and I'm a grandpop and Ben ; '
tv know much about it either. Bandages 4
goes back to camp with his eyes shining
knitting sweaters, and the like, fw
and his chest out. It might have .
that's what it seemed like then and I ar
been bad
pretty though. I
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That was back last Summer, and '.i :
This year it's different. I've seen x .. .
a lot of things have been happening #eo
the Red Cross at work. since. The war's come terribly close.
Saw it out at the plant "
working If you've got a boy out there you
the night of the big fire, when a lot I ';-'. hlr
know what mean. .
of the boys were laid out cold. Last week we got a letter from .
' Some of. them wouldn't be around Sergeant Ben that his motherwouldn't *'" 1

today except for the Red Cross being take a million for. Be't,' "f : .

right there from the start, ready I
the lines tell that
tween you can ;,
with first aid, and with an ambu those devils ?t Lk "
our boys are giving ,
lance and canteen and a bunch of and it ,Y; z, f k ,
everything they've got taking ;
men and women who knew what to too. Must have been pretty bad. R

[: wereandgoohd to do it. I'll say they One thing the censor let through ,

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gave me another Red Cross angle. t t
Then, when my boy?:, Ben, drops i Seems Mr. Field Director and w 4A' ,1

his job and goes to soldiering, I get his bunch have gone right through 1 'j ii

another! angle on the Red Cross. with my boy's outfit. Been in the f;:

Get it in a letter from a Red Cross hottest spots in every show with :

guy who'd set up shop in Ben's them. Not with guns, but doing a lot t b' __

i= camp. Opened my eyes to a lot of of other things that add up, too. ." :

things about my own boy that I They're there with what's needed b

didn't know. He'd sure taken a pack when it's needed, just like they were FJ

of worries with him i into the army.' at that fire of ours. With the kind of K I i k-1;
:And this Mr. Field Director
seems
things that may seem pretty small to x

to have the job of getting wise to a us at home, but go big in a foxhole. f '

man's troubles and lining l somethingabout "Dad" writes Ben, "Think of the r 1
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