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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: April 9, 1943
Publication Date: -1992
Frequency: triweekly[<1989>-1992]
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Coordinates: 27.241667 x -80.833056 ( Place of Publication )
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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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U News and ViewsOf COUNTY JUDGE C'ONELY Hunt Local 1 W J, liES DRY GIVEN SOME: Russell
RETURNED: WEDNESDY Says IMPORTANT STATE ASSIGNMENTSIN LEGISLATURE: Kay Says GovernmentNor


OkeechobeeMen FROM; NEW ORLEANS, LA. Setup Is SuccessOf The twenty-ninth biennial session Public Appreciates Part


County Judge T. W. Conely, Jr. of the Florida Legislature convened :

In Service I who Wednesday Is also county afternoon attorney from returned New- Welfare Board this In Tallahassee week with on Okeechobee Tuesdayof I I Papers Playing In War EffortCITIZENS

County's Representative W. J.
Orleans where he spent several Wost palm Beach Flatar 29. Hendry, and Senator N. Ray Car- BANK EXPLAINS .I By Russell Kay

Mr. and Mrs. Allen Lelghtner received flays\ before the United States Circuit --The highly successful administra .boll Senator from the Ninth Sen- VARIOUS GOVERNMENT Recently an Indiana Congress

a letter this week from their Court of Appeals where he was tion of FIrida's'elfare( program by atorlal district on hand and taking BONDS ON SALE MONDAYOn man paid tribute to the newspapers
son Pete, who I is with the United a very Important In Its I i of the nation for the
representing Okeecltobee County In the State Welfare Board is dulantelv part proceedings part they
States Army somewhere in the Pa- another page of the Okee- have played In furthering the
to Its distinctive local let- war
cific, in which he states that he Is a case that was appealed by some up. E H Hunt, member of the District Representative Hendry was named -| chobee News today will be found .' effort. It was a tribute justly de

setting along fine but would like bond holders from the lower courts No. 10 Welfare Board said alrman of the committee on the advertisement of the Citizens I served.

very much to be back In Okeechobee. final decree In the bankruptcy pro- here today. conservation, and vice chairman of Bank of Stuart in which they ex- j ..it'has long been evident that

ceedings of the county. This appeal Instead of an unwleldly and top- committee on finance and taxation, plain the various United States neither the government nor the
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.. Bonds and other obligations public fully
Is the culmination of many months I r op'anlzation of 67 county member of committees on canals government appreciate the import-
Word has been received here that boards there are 12 district boards, and drainage cities and towns, la- I' In order that those who ance of the average newspaper's

Durwood Llghtsey and Walter Carver litigation in which a small minorityof each with representation from allot 1 bor. public roads and highways, may be interested In buying bonds contribution W the welfare of the

who entered the army togetherare the bondholders of the county the individual counties comprising public utilities public welfare and can readily understand them when nation.

now In North Africa and both ha\e sought to block the bankruptcy its area and based upon popu- temperance. the War Bond Sale begins next No industry In America gives

are still together. In a letter recei- I and refunding of Okeecho- lation. The grouping of counties Into As we go to press we have been week. more and asks less than the newspapers -
ved here this week they the) unable to learn the committee --v So long has
say I bee County bonds. huge enough units so that administration assignments this been true
weather over there is very hot but or welfare activities of Senator Carroll butwe This Has I that the average citizen and the
the sun Is much hotter. -- --- --- to be able to County government Itself
They prnbab'.y may be handled economically and hope give them to have come to

mean by that that they are in Co. Commissioners -m lontlv. j Is actually the key to our readers next week i' take the unselfish service and generous -

the thick of the fighting that Is now t' success of the district! sv .stem Large Quota War contribution of the news

going on in that section and from I Mr Hunt added. ElvyWuTKeTlyAndO.LPippen papers as a matter of course and
the accounts of the fighting there Transact BusinessIn '. they have become
',1.' district J>e went on to explain Indignant at any
all of the boys must be' giving a has a district office and unit Bond CampaignWith effort a publisher might make to

good account of themselves in "s Their number! and locationare curtail or limit such gratuities.
SessionThe
i Regular determined by logical POPula- With the growth of bureaucracy,
Word was received this seek'' tion centers and distancEs to them public officials save consistently
a quota of $10,800 for
from J. P. Brooks grandson of Mr i.iilioi than by the arbitan' llini- Married In Calif. March. Bond Sales totaled 5625. demanded more and more from the

and ),%I'S. J. F Bond who Is In the Bo.u'l I HI Coma' Commissioners 'a Inn of county lines. fins K I the second month since newspapers. Departments, bureaus,

Navy In the Southwest Pacific that the of Okeochobce County. Fla., While the pattern of district oviM"itnn \ quotas started that Okeechobee commissions administrations com-

1 II getting along fine but is like'' met in icsulu' session Monday. t alms to reduce the ov- County failed reach mittees and whatnot maintain cost

all of the boys, he wants to getI I April 5, 1943 at 10'00 A. M rrl'end cost of multiplicity of independent Mr and !Mrs Amis W. Kelly, of quota. Although to we failed and to pass reach its ly publicity departments to grind
home. i 716 S. Orleans Ave., announced yes- out
reams
units Mr. Hunt said the of
propaganda.
Present : Chairman C. F. our in Millions
quota March
were we still havean
tll day the marriage of their daughter of dollars of
I Walker. Commissioners E. E. Bass, resources of the Individual counties enviable record as few counties taxpayers' money arespt'llt
Willie Nails who Is with the Ernest Milliard. C E. Drawdy and within the district are kept In sightand Miss Elvy Maud Kelly to have done as well In the past with a lavish hand for the

United States Army Air Forces i, B. C. Swain : Clerk Roy R. Hauler- close relationship is maintainedwith Lieut. Ottis Lambert Pippen, army year. services of expert' publicists, for

stationed l at Napier Field. Dothan, son and Sheriff L L. Conrad. other administrative units quartermaster corps This month typewilters, mimeographs, multi-
Ala arrived In Okeechobee last functioning on a county basis. The marriage took place last ends two years of graphs engravings mats and all
Saturday and Is spending his fur- I Upon motion by Commissioner The district director Is the executlve :-uiu1ay ut the Calvary Baptist'' War Bond sales for the nation. the other things that go into the
I Hilllard. duly seconded by Commissioner The first ''
ugh: l lierc with Mr. and Mrs Gilbert secretary ot the district church at San Bernardino: Calif month which was May 41, mass production of promotional

Culbreth. He says that arms I Bass the minutes of themet'llnjis Iti'rd and (he administrative\ head The Rev Boyce Van Osdel of ict- Clreechobce; county invested $550 in material. All this is PAID for In
held in the month of In'JW1e
life Is not so bad after once you of the district staff and in respon- ted Miss Mary Bomerson. organist War Bonds. sales dropped good hard cash.
I Match were: lead and approved ,11 1" the administration of the to $275. From then on sales of..i But the
ret into the routine. He says that > tot presented a program of nuptial I publisher on whom the
ih of the !)oare hoping the war' Reports of Marks and Brands for program In her area music. Bonds steadily Increased each | success of such a campaign de-
., ill la.,1 Districts 2 and 5 were received and The district boards and their units month until August '42, which was pends,
not to<> long us they areall I The bride entered with Lieut. gets not one thin dime for
filed In the office of the our banner month. In that
like he h. "anxious to get home" I ordered me l'ic mo Important parts William C. Brandon who gave her monththe the countless columns he employsin

Willie says he gets the Okeechobee i Clerk of the Circuit Court .t the slate program because they manlage.. She wore a smartly total sales reached $15,450. Also breathing the breath of lie into
The Flnnnclal Statement, show In:: I' i nuirest closest to the in that month as well as In July, '
b
News each week and appreciates It are and "nipic! nuiy blue sheer dress trimmed such material and converting It
I balances as of Much: 31., 1913 was '\e were the first in the'
Mi. Hunt sstld. There Is a county from
more than any news he gets. Us op) e with a scroll design around so much "wase paper" to a
presented as follows: district welfare board office in ev- nation to reach and pass our quota. ,i
left yesterday for Madrid Ala. I :V-ncckllne.. the sleeves and i living message which is circulated
where he will\ spend several days General Fund $ 5,312.68; err county and applications: for asMPt'np down the front of the dress. Her Sales to date for Okeechobee county throughout the width and breadth
efore to Fine & Forfeiture Fund 2.3DD6H j shcttld bt mode to the hat now total 139020. of the land.
: returning ( camp. was a small navy blue pill box I I
Road & Brldiie Fund 3.747.01 nonipst or.e. he Added with silk corded loops and a sheer/ Smarting April 12 and continuing Since Pearl Harbor the newspapers

Johnnie Llghtsev h now rated asa / Agricultural Fund 47922 Mr Hunt said It is Important to veil, and her other accessories were through; until May 1, the U, S. I' of America, particularly the

Seaman Second class at the Opo Mothers' Pension Fund 11.20 understand that In order to obtain na\y. Site carried a white Bible Treasury Is launching its second weeklies! in the smaller communities -

Laka training base where he li'' Outstiindlnit ludcbt. .Fund. 80403 8'l Federal pnitlclpatina; funds in the top tij a shower bouquet of I i War Loan campaign which will be I I have contributed millions of
I Publicity Fund spui'I) wolfaic (he Stati* handled the TJ. S. Finance **
jirogtam. by
taking'a plal training course" tn II tions and orana blon Treasury dollars worth of.blJa<'t' and count
the United States Navy. t 1930 Tax Adjustment Kund 8lfJRace must operate under a plan which ,in, An a lace handkerchief Committee This CommitteeIn I less man and machine hours to insure

j Track Fund ,6.0rooo conforms to the requirements of the which was first carried bv her Okeechobee county consists of the success of War Bond

O. L. Sweat, eon of Mr. and Mrs. I 1 1II'ln Jail Repair Fund CS81 18 7J; Federal Social Security Act for great-grandmother In 1814 and by the Victory Loan Committee (Roy drives salvage campaigns, victory

'\ fl-ent of Okeechobee, has Court House Repair Fund proper\ administration of Federal her grandmother and mother at I Raulerson, chairman) and the War gardens rationing recruiting and
finished his course in the Naval 1940 Gen. Refund Fund 10911.47: funds and equitable treatment of 'lieii weddings. 1 I Savings Committee. This will be what have you.
40.60
P-""\id Schoo: a* Kev West accordmg '! Victory Tax Fund nil applicants for and recipients of l11.Vlralnla Hill served as the largest and most Important At the same time they have been

to a letup: received this week II i ii $29-.878.04 public assistance mrld of t Iwnor and Lieut. GeorgeW. financing ever underaken by any equally generous In informing their
i r. Mr. and Mrs. Sweat. He says he Total He pointed out that the Federalgovel'1ment Banks was best man. I government In history. readers as to the noble work of the
The following vouchers were approved matching
does not know ,,'here.he111 be sent [ and ordered paid when funds\ if the can State stop violates condi- After the ceremony, Lieut. and, April's quota for the nation I Is Welfare Board, the amazing efficiency -
has his I 13 billion dollars. For Florida, 45 I of the Industrial Commission
luw that he finished course available: Mrs. Pippen left for a wedding trip ]
funds are the
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tions plan.
but hopes for some active duty. I GENERAL FUND' of to Los Angeles and other points In million dollars! the wonderful accomplishments -
.
the state The quota for Okeechobee of the Agricultural AdJustment -
C. F. Walker Sal Co. Relief Allowances 35000 [ county I
Aviation Cadet Redin Kilpatrick $ 50.00 has been set at $24.000. This Administration, the pleasures
Comm.. March TINE & lORPEITURE FUND the bride. native of Savannah. ,, may
1 as completed the pre-flight course I large but in and advantages of Point Rationing
Co. .em with
Ernest HIlliard. Sal. Ga.. lived in Chattanooga: Tenn. comparison
Sal. Juvenile
I T. W. Conely, Jr., | I
at Maxwell Field Ala and has 50.00R ', other counties it Is relatively small. the adversities that beset the State
and Gainesville before
Comm, March J., Match $ 15.00T. moving to I
,ten transferred to Lafayette La., j I Livestock Board, and the proper
II' Comparison shows:
E. Bass. Sal. Co. Comm. W. Conely Jr.. Docket TIII1pthree: years ago She Is
to do his primary training( This is'' Mar'h... 60.03: ."us, March 600 -escendaiu of the pioneer Mver :March April way to make out your Income Tax
I.
civilian school and Is run by civiltan Return.
a C. E. Drawdy sal. Co. Comm. rcK; l Raulerson. Cost Bills and Kel.y families of Mississippi I quota quota
=. Redln thinks that although I II 1 60 00i Duval $1.280000 Just to gain some authentic Information -
March Co. & Clr. Ct. 7120 and Mobile. Ala. A graduate of County $8,651,000
I t'-r going will be tough he will:'i i B C. Swain sal. Co. Comm. G C Din'ranee. ConvictionFees Gainesville liluh school, Mrs. Pip- I Dade County 1341200 7,178,000 on what Florida papers
make It fine. 5000 > are doing along this line, I pickedout
March :March! 4300L ; pen studied art nt the P. K. Young Hillsborough 179,000 5,179,000and
Sal. Clerk school In Gainesville and for the : In our half a dozen weeklies at random
.t Roy R. Raulerson L. Conrad, Cost Bills own vicinity:
Mrs C. S. McCain received a let H5.10 from the several hundred pub-
March Sheriff March 23541 last five years has been connected !March April
ter this week from her son Connie Jr.. Sal. Co. with the Peninsular lIshed in the state: I carefully
T W. Conely Comm. of Oame & F. W. Telephone Co.l| quota quotaSt.
Raulerson In which he says that I 50.00T. I measured the amount of news and
Atty., March: '-I -!h Conservation officers Lieutenant Pippen, son of Mr. Lucie Co. $ 45,000 $ 259000

he has been transferred to North I W. Conely. Jr., Sal. Co. cost ... .. .. .. 425 and Mrs. Owen Lambert Pippen of I Osceola Co. 26,000 147,000 I' advertising matter carried, and believe -
Carolina Stnte College at Raleigh, .. 121.10 it or not, this Is what I discovered -
from the Martin
acade- I Judge March: liO.\I) & BRIDGE FUND Vernon, was graduated I County 15.600 91,000
N. C. where he is taking an
Bessie Alderman Sal. Tax Pay Roll Dlsts 1 & 4. labor $ 18.00T Vernon high school and the Unlver- Glades County 3,600 16,000 :
mho course In training for the Army I 121.10 Florida In where he Indian One 6-column 6-page weekly
Coll. March Roll Dst Mo. 3, labor 6.00 slty of 1939 River 28,800 152,000
Air Forces. He arrived In ReMgh I Robert La !Martin. Sal. Tax Pay Roll Dlst. No. 3, Tractor was a member of Alpha Gamma | Highlands Co. 54,000 228,000 made up Its total of 720 column inches

last Sunday night. March 121 It oho social fraternity: Alpha Zeta Work is under as follows: 23(3'n( Inches of
Assessor & Grader Work .. 201.00 ; getting way
J. L. Chandler Sal. Janitor. '''ml OH Co. Fuel and Alpha Tau Alpha, honorary I throughout the country by radio ( purely promotional material against -

New Orleans, La.. Apr. 5.Private March. '74 10 Dist. No.3... .... . .. 23.70 end professional fraternities: the !i and press. In Okeechobee county 1 256 inches of actual news
First Class Jerry L. Anderson, son G. C. Durrance Sal. Ac\ Knight's Servo Sta., Oas & Agricultural club Block and Bridle {I special committees are being form- and 2274 Inches of paid advertis

of Mr. A. B. Anderson of Okeecho Pros. Atty., !March 14 11i oil Dists. 1 and 4 11.41 and the collegiate chapter of the j ed by the different clubs and or- ing. In oher words the promotional

bee Fla.. has recently been pro- i W. B. Hargraves, Sal. Supr. Gilbert Culbreth G.as oil Future Farmers of America. Before ganizations and competition Is going material carried at the urgency

moted to the rank of, corporal. it I 1 Regis., March 40.00 etc. Dlsts. 2 & 3 70.46 enlisting in the army, he taught to be keen.Remember and for the benefit of some cause
was announced today by the Army Fund, Victory at Okeechobee.i of governmental activity took up
Victory Tax decision Motor Co.. agriculture this I Is no longer a
Public Relations Office at Jackson he tax deductions 1940 Tractor repairs 10.32 i and Mrs. Pippen will make l0.- war, but a 1007 all-out war, I nearly half of the paper's news col-

Barracks New Orleans, where Mason'i Ice Delivery, Ice Ruble Buss Gas Dist. No 2 3.00MHHCTLTl'RL their home In San Bernardino. and we are all in it. Also remember, I umns and prait illy a third of

has been on duty. InductedInto Coupons for C. H. 2.90 FUND Tampa Tribune "They Give Their Lives-You Lend the entire publication.

Corporal Anderson was Utility! Supply Co., Flair for J. S. Underhill, Recording I Your Money". i This free publicity for that Is

the service* on SS August 23, 1942. C. H. ... ... 88Florida reds March $ 30.00C Lieut Pippin was agricultural When committee men or women I what It I Is, was a gift .from a gener-

New Orleans La.. Apr. 5.-Private Power & Light Co., A. Fulford Sal. Co. Agent teacher In the Okeechobee High I call upon you, remember you have i ous newspaper publisher and the

Mr. Win T. Elec. for C. H. & Jail. Mar. 17.17 ev VI-tory tax 98.10 School two terms before entering all done your "bit", now do your beneficiaries were as follows: The

Richard Demen son of has Pov R.. Raulerson. Refund on Victory Tax Fund, Victorytax I the army July 1st last year. He 1 "best". "Double up", and more, ;, OPA, 53 Inches; Navy Recruiting,
Okeechobee Fla., recently -
Demen of to the rankof exp. chgs. .. ... .. 12"i ; deduction .. ... 1.90 received his commission as second with your bond buying this month. 6 inches; Red Cross, 18 Inches;

been promoted i Fcnclp Chemical Co.. Supplies W R Fai"e. S. R. Ralfsnider andH. lieutenant on December 23, Let's put Okeechobee county over i WAVE Recruiting 8 Inches; State

prtva'e first by class the Army It was Public an- for C. H. .. 13 68 H. Raulerson appeared before 1942 and then was promoted to I. the top In a BIG WAY ''j I Welfare Board U Inches; State
nounced today
Photostat Corp., Photostat the board In behalf of the City of the rank of first lieutenant January W. R Page Chairman Department of Agriculture, 10 In-
Relations Office at Jackson Barracks .. ..... ... 25.70 '
New Orleans, where he has paper Ckeerhobee Mr. Page addressed 25.Lieut.. Okeechobee County ches; OWI 57!% inches: ; Agricul-
State Tuberculosis San., the Board requesting $2,000 RaceT Pippin, has a large numberof I I War Savings Committee. tural Extension Service 37 Inches;
been on duty. Hosp. B. Galnous 2760 ick Funds for City Refinancing friends here who wish him well Farm Credit Administration, 10
Demen was I
First Class
Private Dr H. V. Weems Treatments Program from this year's Race both In his married life and also In I The other paper-s analyzed all carried Inches; State Defense Council, 12
service August
Inducted Into the on .00I I
H. Watford 10 Track Funds stating that the City his army life i an amazing amount of similar Inches; TJ. S. Treasury Department
23 1942. I
L. Conrad Attend. Co. Refinancing program could not bA V material and I believe a careful 18 Inches.

--V and little Comm.. March .. .... .. .. 8.00 carried out unless this amount was LOCAL RATIONING BOARD I I check of state papers would show Not counting the value of the
Mrs. S. H. Young
Raulerson Dept. Store, Supplies .ece ved from the County In lieu ANNOUNCES NEW HOURS 'that all of them average from 15 ': white space, 'Which at regular advertising

laughter Marcia Ann. of Urbana, V-D Clinic ... .. ... 343 rr th1"1- e Thousand Dollars FOR OPENING AND CLOSING to 20 percent a week In such space'' rates would have been
Ill, are spending this week In Okee- I
alster.Eugl'lIl" Cltv of Okeedtobee, Water C. pledged the City from Race Track ,I contributions. I worth $9460, the newspaper man
chobee with Mrs. Youngs' 1260 '
1 H & Jail Feb. & Mar. Funds. Action on the above was The Local Ration Board announced I've got these marked copies all gave approximately one third of
and family. MM.
Simmons Inter Co. Tel. & Tel.. Tel. deferred until Saturday, April 10, '! this week that In the future tucked away In a safe place, just I I his time that week to setting up

Young and daughter are spendingthe at Fort 1 Co. J. and Jail March 8:86: 1943 at 10:00: A. M. :, that) office would be open from B a, I I'm waiting for some smart bureaucrator and making up Santa Claus pack-
relatives
winter with is major In The H W. B. Drew Co. Report of expendltares for Okee- until 4 p. m. each! day except publicity promoter, to make a I' ages of valuable publicity for a lot
Meade. Mr Young a 49.76
Air Forces Supplies County Officials chobee County Welfare Board for Friday when the office would be I nasty crack: about the selfish newspapers of folks who joyfully pay cash for

the United States Army Western Union Tel Co., the months of January, Februaryand closed all day. and "What are they doin' everything else they get but would

and Is now stationed overseas where .. ... .. .. .. -W received and of the county who have heads off If a country
I Telegram "' March 1943 was Citizens I to help win the war? -and I'll ram howl their
he .has been for y several months. I I I The Okeechobee News : ordered filed In the office of he business with that board axe askedto 'em down his little pink throat newspaper publisher suggested that

Printing and Advertising 3825 Clerk of the Circuit Court. bear In mind the time and hours Item by Item column by column they might finds\ a PAID ad worthwhile \

Subscribe for The News County Welfare Board. (Continued on Page Two) they will be closed. and page by page I now and then. '

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PAGE TWO THE OKEECIIOBEE NEWS FRIDAY, APRIL 9, 1943

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Legal Advertisements 1' prnvldlnK for the rnllHi'iitlnn, nml con tlon within the next few days. l I Those who, In the confidence of !I I Prudence Is a conformity to the
llriniitloii nf eneh and till net :
Nl'fu5 Hi"nu'ut ninile hy the City Council) and -oEd superior capacities or attainments, rules of reason, truth and decency,
\ --- -rNO'rICF ---- -- City Tux Collector nf the City ofokeechnlici' at all times and In all clrcumstan-
Hargraves of Clewiston spent neglect the common maxims of ,
Flurliln, on delinquent (
Published Every Friday by the : TO (KFIUTOH4IN tIlX".. Until rill nml ('''''011111, RI' Monday in Okeechobee visiting his |i life, should be reminded that nothing ,!; ces. -John Mason
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Oke 'chobee News Co., at Okeecho ,,,TIIR"IIIIF.; rOfllT oKr.KnionrK( OK TIIR rorsrv CTIt'XTY:': .Klorliln..'m.eil hy mild City tit ikvwhoheu parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Har- I will supply the want of pru- V

bee. Okeechobee County, Florida. 'r.nltJlIIII I'rohntf T. W. COXKI.Y.: .III., graves. deuce.-Samuel Johnson.I i I, The greatest good Is prudence:
In re pHtntP ofK.11'III.EFN City Attorney 1 .
-0- I than
: DF.\\ r.\S. a more precious thing phlloeo.I
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BRYANT BOWDEN ..."......... Editor! Decenipd. Clyde Durrance left Saturday -- ,I I phy: from It spring all the other
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I To nil I'rpillturs and nil pprsnni IIIIT NOTICK OK APriK'\TION FOH I night on the midnight Seaboard I
virtues:-Epicurus.
Ins rlnlniK or demand itirntnnt TAX DKF.I: The divine ruling gives prudenceand
Entered as second class matter I train for Tallahassee where he will !I I V
mill
eMnte''on I Law of 19.15 energy: It banishes forever all'
July 1. 1914 at the Poet Office In and pnph of yon, nro herebyinilinpil :Notice .III Luraygl\"<'ll I lout be Representative Hendry's attache Let prudence always attend your
evil
the and required to. prpupiit inn D I'lnll. holder "f Tux ('.. 14'1 envy, rivalry evil thinking, :[
Okeechobe. Florida under etnlinn nml di'iiinniln. which run or ciili* No.. 114. liuncil, the 51 h dny during the 1943 session of the Flor- speaking and acting: and mortal pleasures: It Is the way to enjoy
Act of March 8, 1879.SUBSCRIPTION. either, "f yon. hilly Imvo nirnlint the nf ..lnlA II. 1\r\ _I\\, him /filed mime In I ida Legislature. mind thus purged, obtains the sweets of them, and not be
-- ------- ,'.ml,, of i\It, "hlrnl Tit'Yiiriiiiin. I""M l ray office; hat made miplicatlon' for peace
RATE: oil., lute of nkeechiihee Comity. Klorliln.tn II Tax Deed to be 'llMili'd thereon. SnldCertlflcute V and power outside of Itself.-Mary afraid of the consequences. Jer.
flip. linn T. W ("lilli" )'. Jr.. County emhrnoci the following do- advertise.
One year In advance ............. $2.00 .Indira' of Okpprhohop County nt hiM arrived property In the County ofOkeechohee It pays to I Baker Eddy. emy Collier

Six months In advance ..... ...... 100 offlpo 'In the Coifnty (Courthonup In State of Florida, towltKI : 1.--- __ .... ._ _. ---- ---- Y .
OKi'i I'lmlipp. nhpprliolip Cnunt)'. Flor- :\ : of XW',1', nf :ME'4; Kec ail. I I'
........ .73 |
Three months In advance
"Ilnvfhla eight, month from the I '1'11'1'T.; : line, m: I'lininlnliiv in 1[
tint of the flr.t pulillratlnu herpof. lli'l'e 1
bllli are payable on All clnlnx nnil nYinnmli 'not "'1'11",1 The RiHciKinent of mid 1 1 I IIlllilcl
Advertising property
nilhln' 'h,' tlin > nml, In the mnnncrpi'pMrrlhpil I THE OLD JUDGE SAYS. _
Parties Hlllil I'ellllli'.lti'( |I. I|| || wnn, In
the first of each month. hpriHn nhnll hp hnrrpil n- ,
the nniiic nf S. I II "Matt.
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unknown to publishers required to |irovhpil, | h.v Inw.Hnli.il T'nlei mid CertlflratPi shall h* redeemed ;
Mnrrh mh. A. I>. 1013. ..
according to law pay In advance. WILLIAM i). i B.U'11. property
lerlhed therein
ihnll he fold to the high-
An AilinlnlHtrntor' nun tpAtninnntu tat bidder at the Courthouse door on
Reading notices In local columns nnn,'xo of thp F.NIKIP ut Knthh'i'iiI the fleet Monday' In the month of
I ppYnrmsn, Peppnspil. Mn> Vitn. which N tinird: ilnv of
10 cents a line. Rates for display -- r
\III)'. ininIinteil :
advertising furnished on applica- II \lIrJ( t: thin hat dny of April." Ion.HOY .
2 cents Xollpp IK hpri'hy glum hut 1. itnrryV. II. tt.M'IKIISOXflerk I T1
tion. Classified advertising
Circuit Court of
"'It1o, doing hiulni" In the rlly
each word per Insertion. All Items of (iki'oi'hnlipp, Klnrliln colder I the firm Okeerhnbee County, FlorId.
regarding!: enterprises conducted for innnp and style of "Okrur'hobee. Hntfpryft ; K'lrcnlt Court Deal
Klpplrlp Service" have mli unlit'
profit are chargeable at rdvertlslngrates. himliipHK, to our Kri'il 'Wllmin, ihorrfori' I

I 111 not In1 poniillilp fur nnyInili'hti'iliiPM ,., ,rinrldn.OTItK'I'nllulul.M' +Irub W 1111.1NdTII'K :\
Inrurri'd liy said liuHlni'M
niter the 17th rtny nf Fphrnnry. A. P.wn : In hereby vlven Unit the
------ --- Si.iin Hoard nf Kiliicntlnn:, of the Rtnle I
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of l'lnrl'1'111' offer fur nle nml receive
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All ie 'otiuU owlnir to HIP nnil' tnnifil
THIS WEEK IMI.IIIPMH hpfori1 Fi'lirnnry 17.lilt cmvctltlvc' hula nt 'rnllnlinmi'e.
riorldn, April, :7th1917, lit 12 o'clock
,.lIi..r Iiipnreou
: niv" to IIP pnlil to iii"
for. the fnlloo'Iii ileaerllied Lund
nnnii. ?
|I | "r hy mull nml no nthi ,bur. .In', OKKKCIIOIIKIClirXTY.: : : : FI.IMt
Gilbert TheatreOkeechobee 'ml I In nnthorUpil In nn-ppt l'n'lIIpnt.I .
IIAKHY W. I1ITTTO. IKAAll / :z
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Hint pnrt of Beckon in l.\liit / q : : ,
I --- --- "Ilnrlh, : !l uf I HIM teilllliMnl CllllrnlldIlltrht : : .
I litw'ny.'. Towtmlilp :W Xniilh.P.nnve .
NOTICK or IMMNI'ION: TOITI.V : XI: "KiiMt. I'liiiiiilnlnit, approxhmitely -
I lilt 1'\0411.I' Ol' .',''"M iici'ei. more. or lent I
I "1' ,fI\I. OU IOCM. I.FC.Il.\riOV I Thin '''lieu In pllMlKllcll III eompM
Friday & SaturdayDENNIS NOTH'K IS 111:11.:11U1'J'I: : ::'\ Thin "nice ulth Hi'cllnii<4 '.>Tiiim mid' 2TII.OII
I It Illl' .l'-.t l"ll Iif Ih,' I.Ptflnlllllin of the "' "rlll Mtiilntea nf H''".
stnli' of rii.rliln ,in, COIIVPIIP In Airll.| The Kiali, Kimrd of Kdncntlon re
I inn! niiplli'iitlonllt'' '' IIP mode fur the|I >, m O'KEEFEIn imfttiiirp' '' of npi'plnl, or Input' JpelKlntlon. 1 ,
(lit. mihi tnhip nf uhlph will bo onrollnwn 1'01'1' ..i'h" h r .,.f the, Slut' nnnrd' lit Ed- I ,
( the Xtnte nf I'lol'Idn.
u1 .HI"" '
An Ail! ri'lnilnir,, to Knirli' tins Sim.nril, I.. llnllnnd.. (lovernor I
MOONLIGHTMASQUERADE I Sob PrnliiiiHP Plud-lci.' n ilrnln( Allot (',din Ftiirlluli _. I I
ago illmrli-t orinnlxvil and ix let --
lug miler" the 'law of Florliln and, I
"'ml.rnuing cprtnln InmlH In OICPPrliolipp County Commissioners0 !
BILL ELLIOT and TEX RITTER (',,"nt)'. Florliln : I'nni'plMnu\ I I
1MJ!' 'oxen of the .IilHtrlrt nunlnit
rennin 'IniiilK nml opmptlnit, midl, ( from Page One) .
lu liiniU, from further IH.irlei Foxes : Miss Frances Bouchard. FSAI
,lieriiilltliiir, 'Innilounorx, lit their opllnn -
before
appeared
Home Supervisor
( to puy IHmrlil'n In son illrei'tIn I .
ROARINGFRONTIER Tre.mirer of the PlHtrlct, pro the Board and asked that the

of vlilhiK anti for fee record to be to pnld IIP male Tax thorp Cal plumbing be installed in the County I :::in', Judge. .meetin' someone?" Army camps. Why, in a recer.. i i

l.'id.r In piinni'i'tlun thprpwlthnitir.vlon. Canning Kitchen so that It may "No, Sam, I'm just going up the line by the government, it said the A' I

New Cartoon hut pprtaln. pimnrmlnK arts I of the and Board Tallilut nfSnpprvlnnrt. I start operation soon. Whereupon. aw ays on business. Wasn't that a troop train prefers its camps to be located inI ,. u-

offlrpri mid Hwplvprof the Board agreed to purchase the I that just pulled out?" stead of dry communities. And there's a

thp' hletrh't.RO.11ll) Or'. sri'lIUVIiilltX: UKKAflt.K I j I' necessary pipe and fittings. "Sure was, Judge stopped over here for sound reason. In a wet community the

Sunday & Monday : 11.loll"l Wt.UX.MIK There being no further business I ten minutes and what a swell bunch of Army can control drinking. In dry communities -
D1STK1CF I the Board adjourned to reconvene "
wild it's almost
fellows they were. where bootleggers run -
April 10. 1943 at 10:00:
A.Saturday.M. "That's true all over, Sam. Our present impossible. We know that from our

SPENCER TRACY. HEDY LAMAR NOTICE is the best trained best 14 of with national
N'ulk'e; It hereby given I Hint the C. P. Walker. ChairmanRoy Army disciplined, nearly years experience
JOHN OARFIELD Run rd nf Ciiiiuty C..iiiiiil.iluiierii Mire ofukiiH'liolni' R. Raulerson Clerk best behaved in American history. That's prohIbition.why .
will
a hill Intrudiievil rminly.In Klorliln the, I'.U.'I! : wmiliiiinf V I get my hair up when I hear of some "There's no getting away from it, />ro-

in the l-'lnrliln I.eitlnliilnre' ri<<|iilrlii{ Earnest Cox who Is employed h1defense people trying"to dry up the areas around hibition does not prohibit"
nil e ,"lUlllten' tor the nfllee I nl' Illr 'IIlier -
of Hnui'il nt Ciiiiuty I'niiiinUHliineritiif work at Key West spent .
TORTILLAFLAT Ilkeeclliiliee ,'lIlItI'. Klrldil lllllll, 'lie several days of this week in Okee- I
iiMnilnnli'U liinilllli'd. eleetnm. In 1
Cenfntnct Alcoholic Bntiagt htausines, t.t
"','1111111'1 Kli'!H'MK.( ..r! 0111,1| "'""lItl' nl chobet''I ltlng his family. __ .__ _
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Inrite nml nnt liy 'Iro-I -- --
viding Hint niicli ''"nllhl"..'. ball
of
Bowden
also ivuliied nt leimt six nionthi In 'llu Mr and Mrs. Bill
bunt, 1)' <',,iiiniln.liniei-.' I District for Clewiston spent Saturday and Sun-

News ('al'toon.I.RCII: OF TIME which 111111'.\ nr he O"II'rllI'U..n.In it \cniiilldiilf 1:\" In buy L't,l. day here with Mr and Mrs BaSIl THE SECOND WAR LOAN DRIVE IS ON

I'. .'. NVAI.KI'.U.\ Chiilrinun. Bowden. ,1 -,
llniird nf 'utility I'oiiuukiiHtitiii'rii.Dkeii'lmliee -- I. "
', 1'l.irliln. 1 -
01111'
WednesdayBONITA )
Basil Bowden, who Is employedat e ,

Sebrlnff spent Sunday here with
:NOTICE
:Nnllre In hrl-ehy'' Ill l\en Hull I Inn his family.
ORANVILLE Itnnl'il nf (''"ut. ('..II11I1I.t"'II'I"' nf :- -
u6r, Imlice' "'"""I I. (Inrldii: 111 hove of
RAY McDANIELIn n ,I.Ill, Introduced In thu l'iit! (: wmiluiiof Mr and Mrs. E. L Hughes
the Hnrldii '.11111,1.1111'l riitll'yliiu( Jacksonville are spending this weekIn
:inil. iiiiillrmlnir, fin'h uml every tux Mrs. Hughes'sister
lliililf Hie Clerk of Oleeechobee visiting START PUNCHING
>i'ltl"lliellt hy
DOWN IN Mil,, Cinirl, er ''h,' llniird( nf "' "Ir-I Mrs. N. O. Culbreth and I
?11I11I1..1"11I'11 of Okeeellnliee' ('?unlV.Ir
SAN DIEGO family.
,iirlilu Mini, Tin Collect.ir "f Moil I I
Cniiniy.' mi dente ut'nt I tnxi'i unj tnx : -0-
Also Novelty <,' :i tllli ;nl; < i* hcivl: .Mrc, Issued: 1 I'M'' imn, Mr and Mrs. George Sweat of
I'liMiient' 'f 'litxex on Ininlfi alt intuit, In I
I ".,\hl\ ('au 111y' of Oki ,boliev and pro- Jacksonville arrived In Okeechobee FROM YOUR POCKET !
vlih'd 'Hint all a..i'.8iiieiiM. for Vtuleiiixi'i last week and are spending this
Coming Attractions j Inw.hull l h. imM in full n. required,\ week here with their son and

I" "C r. WAI.KKi: C'uilrinmi.lion daughter-in-law Mr. and Mrs. Alvin -
nl. of ('IIIIfIl)' I'mumlHxIniiorii. family.
and
Sweat!
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OkeiH'linlin' CnnntV, L'lut'14a.OrlI '
SONG OF THE ISLANDS .. .- -- -0-
:\ : j Mr. W B. Hargraves ,as carried I
GENTLEMAN JIM
.I I _'" II"l 1 will' Ie the Arcadia hospital on Monday I
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CRYSTAL BALL "'" II where .ne will underun an opera-
America's macnine i is Uncle Sam is 1
.- ,.. war growing asking you to back
--- ---- -growing them up. He's asking you to lend the

It's getting ready to deliver a tre- r' '.'n"' '' hey need by investing in War

mendous, irresistable wallop that will Fonds.

smash the Axis flat-once and for ail. i: -he next few weeks, you may be .

But brother-that punch has got to visited by one'of the thousands of

start from YOUR POCKET And volunteers Wno are giving their time

now's the time to let it go! .:- ;' effort to this Drive.

Uncle Sam is asking us to LEND But dcVt wait: for him. Today-

t1 IJ ', him 13 billion dollars this month. 13 or w- '-;o to your nearest bank or post

,( rII/ I billions of extra dollars-<->ver and office or place where\ they sell War

above any War Bond buying that Bo"rls. And for your Country's sake

you'd be doing anyway Money to -for your own sake-invest all you

1 1 .aN 4' t ,r % can!
r buy ships and planes, money to feed

and clothe and train and arm he THERE ARE SEVEN DIFFER-

millions of your fellow Americanswho ENT TYPES OF U. S. GOVERN

l'I will deliver this punch who MENT SECURITIES CHOOSE

lt are ready to work and sweat and die THE ONES BEST SUITED FOR

: 9uf to keep the place you live in safe. YOU !


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A roaring, raging hurricane Amtrien't little/ lighten and been plenty of electric power for i This advertisement paid for by

ldom hit! harder than 100 burly bombers art fasttr, tafir, war production.The I
miles an hour. But at Wright mart deadly to the enemy, ".- electric companies under .
Field, Ohio,A ir Force engineers fault America ka th* world' business management supply- S. R. RAIFSNIDER, tl H. H. RAULERSON, II
whip up an almost unbelievable/ biggest wind tunnelt/ -.and the Ing about teven-tigktht o/ all Chairman Defense Council Mayor of Okeechobee
tOO-miU wind-to help Improve worlds biggest supply _/ tltt-/ Am riM's electric power, had a I
American military pia trio pouter BIG job to do-and did HI
1 V R. PAGE
Two forty-foot fans weighing In fact, electric power is basicto ,
nearly a million pounds, put the nearly all war production. I Chairman War Savings Committee
"hurry" In this hurricane tun- It turn. the machines that turn

nel. They're driven by a huge out tanks, planes and guns. It IIn.e. .
125-ton electric motor with a welds the steel seams of ..nlpll.It .. I 1
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terrific horsepower rating. They flushes the urgent words of '

permit accurate tests of large- war by air and by wire. I'nlrd Sttates Treasury War Finance Committee War Savings Stair Victory Fond Commute*
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THE OKEECHOBEE NEWS PAGE TIIREE


SENIO-SYNCRASIES I facts They wanted McGee to

M.IRON-MARTIN and Gold News"FOR They remain.begged him to stay He had
Born on March 23, 1926, at Se- Purple cheated death once and was foolish -
bring where he lived two years to try It again,
Moved to Alabama for two months, "R, I, P are my orders" he answered -
then back to Sebilng for two years A GREATER OKEECHOBEE HIGH SCHOOL" them all, "an' back to the
At different Intervals he resided at boys I must go;
Bassenger until the past two years Four of us died comln' out with the
APRIL 9, 1943
he has made his home In Okeecho1 1 }FRIDAY I II news It will help them to know
bee and has been an active memo I I IJ that you know
ber In the activities of O, H, S, | question of an hour after our reg- by the Eighth Grade, was opened DEN-A cavity I sent four of 'em back with VSTAFF
His favorite pastime Is listeningto ular school time, this would put J Try Virginia Lee Culbreth with the DEVT-To R I. p sign, which means to
and playing popular tunes He j i rome of the bus students after six Bible leading and Mr. Williams led | DENTIST- if you can,
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Editor In Chief Bowden
Is Interested iji various types of i i o'lock getting home because It now us in prajer > race and fills I none of 'em got through the Molly
sports his favorite of which is' takes until five and after some The first part of the program i DICKENS-An ; of fire; my hurry call Assistant Editor. ..Silvanus Harden
I Business .... Eva Nelle Hall
Manager
baseball. times, : for the devil. with the ,
I man
was turned over to the Seniors who
;
He Is a member of the Senior Indeed, the student body as a'' DREAM-What Runner McGee said he'1 try Sports Reporter..Weldon Draughon
a'!' whole gave skits of their play I woman, Class Reporter .. June Cheshire
Class Theta Beta Club has been must have had these get through I hated to order
In school : thoughts in mind when I suggested kid Club Reporter Estelle Sanderfur
co-star two high plays we took a1 Then the Eighth Graders presented -
"Treasure ratm" and The Winning I vote to decide whether we would a play entitled "Youth and I dreams his mission of death; thought Social Reporters: Harry P. Green-
of Latane", tine first of which I like this change In schedule or not | Uncle Sam", the characters were: come true; never get by, but somehow berger, Phylls Cason.Miscellaneous ,
was presented by Theta Beta Club, And I'm quite sure that the stu- j The Principal, Elphea Harden often a other he did, Reporters and Typists
second by the Senior Class Is nI I dents appreciate Mr Williams' Interest The Principal's Assistant, Kathryn because they I II i : Katheryn Sweatt Bertha
member of the Baptist church I In letting them prove thai Conrad DUST-Mud he's dead Died an hour alter I!|I Mercer, Perllee Hunt, Jack Coker
While at Sebring he was a memberof this Idea of a new schedule was Mary S. (scrubwoman), Alta ed out us word that the chief I, Joe Underhill, Sylvia Snell, Marie
the National Honor Society and preposterous He not only showed AddIson. I aware of our plight, Walker, Betty Mae Thomas, Oveda
the Latin Club. that tills was n democratic school Sonny Hampton, Ellis for us to hang on to the ditch Boromel, Jean Lee Raulerson, Zel-
He plans to enter the Medical but also, that he thought the students Rose Dclana, Carole DraUghOn'j we held; the reserves would da Johnson Martha Walker Flor-
I Corps If he becomes "draft bait of Okecchobee High School | Arlena Moocha, Iris i (Who had us at night. rle Jordan, Alvena Smith, Marlon
His greatest dislike Is were capable of good reasoning Winifred Martindale. Betty Jean we stuck to our trench an' Martin.
and "tattletales", "gOSSIPS"1 We hope that In the future, questions H nse1. I E. : I stuck to our guns; you know ------y------
His favorite dish Is i such as these, will be sent to Carl Hoffner This part was to "You've heard 'ou'l1 fight when you know Lost and found columns III
be-ques", His ambition Is to get 'the Student Council so It will be be played by Al Raulerson, but due telephone \\ ) new strength lj coining to fill !. Toklo newspapers are crowded .
heaven to show the devil he can,-- |: possible fr the Student Council to Illness the part was played by !sa. at our the gaps. There's heart in the these days. Every time aa
. Interviewed by Kathryn and Per-! to aid In the straightening out of Ernest Boyette And talked of of your blow I American bun a War Bond,
such matters. I'm sure that It would Mrs Martindale, Virginia Lee taking \ the Japs lose'face, Buy your
Ill'v prove more successful than such Culbreth uble days wasn't till later I got all the to'\ every pay day,
NEWSCHEDULE acts as were carried on about this Eva Brodsky i school teacher), "But I've :
I matter.So ',Betty Clay of the thing,
IDEA student of Okeechobee High' A gift was presented to the director I battle's runs."I'd ,
BASHED! School we will have our sam Mrs. McMullen, by Bill It but the |
schedule asvc started with, whichI dry Hen-I I for help. ; here I
. Well, now that weve settled this II i am sure will please everone-In- I,, The Eighth Graders wish to express !' who can run.I. iFrom sit .
Idea of a new schedule i which was, j I!I eluding our little bunch that putout 1 their thanks to Mrs McMullen r
by the way Just aMm": of a II | the paper called Hurricane for making their play a success I&n't -
very few of our self-centered\ students News I'm here. j
I who thought they had enough : ---VI --- THE tome I byJ()e Marshjust
Influence to make up the minds of I|I sLIMBFR: PARTY I FOOL'SH DICTIONARY Because of
the whole student body) everything I of a boy.
seems to be running smoothly, regardless We heard the other day that i SAYS : McOee I
of the wishes of the writers :'there was something cooking but i ii We were up Hoskn, .vvs a lot as it wasvuu _.. d we
of The Hurricane News. I we hadn't found out Just what was i CORSET-From Fr. Corps, mean- fighting ; history but when we Mayflower's log
In this little one sheet newspaper I up until Wednesday. It all mounts j ing shape and sec, lough Rough miscarried I I her where the first brew. And it seems that all throughour
the writers stated that they 'wanted 'up to this-three of our girls hereIn 'I on the shape.CREDIT80methlng. An the help I was built In America, she early American history beer
High School and a little blonde for nothlne I '
our
our periods shortened and failed Jo: ]I take sides. sort of tempered the hardshipsand
study hall periods five days In the visitor (which, by the way, you can CREDITOR-Something with noth- In. all signs i iI
I II to make us a tolerant
Grandma, helped
"You ,
I ire says
week with 43 minute period the ask Jack Duke about) had a Jump- Ing..
last thing in the afternoon, for ed-up slumber party Now, folks, CROW-A bird that never complains Cur curtain ': \ the colonists nettled, moderate people.
I extra-curricula activities and physical we don't know Just for sure where i without cause. I j us still an' of the first thing they From where I lilt, beer )I" the
I education If these persons this slumber party was held but *edo DA_nUND-A low-down dog. I .' thick about was food and beer American drink of mudoi.itIon
had Just stopped to reason they I know that there wasn't much DANCE-A brisk, physical exercise. An' there 'I In fact one reason why the and ndllnem-klnrt of a symbol
"would have known that this could slumbering done. Maybe we can I. Invented by St. Vltus I do for landed at Plymouth of oar personal liberty
not possibly be done without the tell you ,more about this party next DATES- -\ fruit commonly plucked left had to !' was because the Mayflow .
students losing credit in sciences week Oh yes these young ladies .1! from the Family Tree and spread You haven't I I 1' wan run am'. short of berr."
and were Martha Walker, Molly Bow- the leaves of history. (Dlstbetween q/
and Biology on Central an'
such as Chemistry | Well, that was a new one on 80e (
Hall and ,
den Eva Nelle Joyce Dates and Peaches
In Domestic Sciences such as Agriculture the music ; j but Grandma showed It to us
and Home Economics, which Emery. I which are often associated Oettin word ,
require at least one hour class perlod.stht'refore ,I CHAPEL PROGRAM DEBT-A big word beginning: with ter right
43 minute periodsare I Owe \\'hlcJgrws bigger the fellow who i
out of the question As to the I! The chapel -;program, presentedIn more It Is contracted. I I: "'0. S3 of a Series Cop;yngla' 1V13, Bnwing Indiulry loundulio





-l:Jl J The 2nd War- Loan Starts Apr. 12I






I 13 BILLION DOLLARS MUST BE RAISED .

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The Government of the United ever-increasing numbers, your sons, ever forget this : in doing your duty, Designed especially for the smaller

States is asking us to lend it 13 bil- brothers, husbands must go into act you're doing yourself one of the big- investor. Dated first day of month in

lion dollars in the next few weeks. ual battle. Our losses have already gest favors of your life! which payment is received. Interest :

We can do it. And we MUST do it. begun to mount and they will not 2.9% a year if held to maturity. De-

I Every American must realize the grow less. For United States War Bonds are nominatons : $25, $50, $100, $500,
I truth. $1,000. Redemptions: time 60
the greatest investment in the world any
days after issue date. Price 75%
AND WE'VE GOT TO BUY bar none. They're investments
In this, our toughest war, we'vemade of maturity value.
tailored to fit your particular situa-
start. We've trained MORE WAR BONDS
a good a !
tion. And they give the chanceof
you
men-made 'a lot of
lot of
weapons a lifetime to order and get the kindof 2'/ %, TREASURY BONDS OF
-built lot of
a ships. Sure we're all buying War Bonds world you want to live in after the 1964-1969 : Readily marketable, ac-

now. But we've got to help pay for war. Every cent you put in War ceptable as bank collateral these
But it's only a start. No man or our increased fighting and building Bonds now will help to guarantee Bonds are ideal investments for trust

woman among us would contend fora We've got to match, as best we plenty of peacetime job making funds, estates and individuals. A

single instant that we're doing can, the sacrifice of those Americanswho peace-living for every one of us. special feature provides that they may
NOW win this !
enough to
war
be redeemed
at and accrued interest
are toiling and sweating on a par -

dozen battlefronts with the blood- For your country's sake-for von for the purpose of satisfying

WE'VE GOT TO BUILD iest yet to come. The blunt fact is this : OWN sake-invest ALL YOU CAN Federal estate taxes. Dated April IS.

MORE! to keep our war machine going, we've 1943: due June 15. 1969. Denomi-

got to dig up 13 billion EXTRA dol- nations. $500, $1000, $5000 $10.000,

lars this month. 13 billion dollarsover $100.000-also $1,000,000 if registered. -
We broke all records building 8 and above our regular War THERE ARE 7 DIFFERENT Redemotion : Not callable tilt!

million tons of shipping last year. Bond buying! TYPES OF US GOVERN- June 15. 1964; thereafter at par and

But grim-faced Army and Navy men accrued interest on any interest date

will tell you that the 18 MILLIONtons MENT SECURITIES- i\t 4 months' notice. Subject to Federal

we're building this year STILLwon't In the next few weeks you may be CHOOSE THE ONES BEST taxes only. Price par and accrued -
be enough! visited by one of the thousands of volunteers interest.
who are contributing their SUITED FOR YOU :

time and effort to this drive. But

WE'VE GOT TO FIGHT don't wait for him. Make up your OTHER SECURITIES Series "C"

MORE! mind now that before this drive is UNITED STATES WAR SAVINGS Tax Notes ; %% Certificates of In-

over, you're going to march right BONDS-SERIES E: The perfect debtedness ; 2% Treasury Bonds of'

down to your nearest bank, post of- investment for individual and 1950-1952; United States Savings

From now till this war is won, fice, or place Where they sell War family savings. Gives you back $4 Bonds Series "F"; United States Sav-

America must be on the offensive. Bonds, and do your duty. Artd don't for every $3 when the Bond matures. ings Bonds Series "G".



,,v They GIVE their lives You LEND your money '

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CITIZENS BANK OF STUART .


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THE OKEECHOBEE NEWS__
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Sure man here that just calls it Red Crow $ x ,
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Home Service. I'll say it was home

t last year everybody did.Didn't service. Just ask my missus. H 4 i

We got a new daughter-in-law
think much about It
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now and I'm a grandpop and Ben
know much about it either. Bandages -
goes back to camp with his eyes shin-
knitting sweaters, and the like, ing and his chest out. It might have 4. .
that's what it seemed like then and I >
been pretty bad though.
I was for it just as a matter of course. ,
That was back last Summer, and
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This it's different. I've
year seen .' w
a lot of things have been happening
the Red Cross at work.
since. The war's come terribly close. ,, =
Saw it working out at the plant 1
If you've got a boy out there you
the night of the big fire, when a lot J
know 'what I mean.
r of the boys were laid out cold. from r ='
letter
Last week we got a
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his motherwouldn't
Sergeant Ben that 1
today except for the Red Cross being take a million for. Between Ma

right there from the start, ready the lines, you can tell thatwith
first aid, and with an ambu devils 's s .
those
our boys are giving t
lance and canteen and a bunch of and it ;
everything they've got taking
I, men and women who knew what to been bad. i
too. Must have pretty
do and how to do it. I'll they
say let
the
One thing censor through ,, ,
were good. gave me another Red Cross angle.

Then, when my boy, Ben, drops Seems Mr. Field Director and '',, ,,;>v :. w
his job and goes to soldiering, I get his bunch have gone right through 4

another angle on the Red Cross. with my boy's outfit. Been in the ? ,,

"_ Get it in a letter from a Red Cross hottest spots in every show with h

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

:F- camp. Opened my eyes to a lot of of other things that add up, too. t ,, ? y &
things about my own boy that I They're there with what's needed

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

of worries with him into the army. at that fire of ours. With the kind of roAnd
this Mr. Field Director !
seems that small to ""
things may seem pretty
to have the job of getting wise to a .
us at home, but go big in a foxhole. _
t man's trouMes( and ,! )in something "Dad" writes Ben, "Think of the '

bout thorn Nut[ oiiiy; there but at Red Cross as a he-man organization.. v "

the 611'. ". Dig when the War Fund comes D q't'pY SY '

It's. long story, but it came out around next time." rn ,. "' s

fine, thanks to that "trouble buster" You bet I will. This year 11 n a # ,

at camp and a straight-shooting wegvi1lg double. $'* s l' ,,!
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