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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 30, 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."
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 6, no. 24 (Jan. 8, 1926).
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Volume 28-Number 45 Okeechobee, Florida, Friday, April 30, 1943 Price Five Cents-

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II. R JERKEL DEPARTED AUTOMOBILE-JUMPING GOLDEN WEDDING OF MR.
Norden '' HORSE I
Bombsight' THIS LIFE LAST Tl'ESDtY! AND MRS\ W. B. JENNINGS Sitting In With

AFTER LONG ILLNESS; TO BE OBSERVED MAY 4,'

Used By Our Pilots 'I The
Benjamin Richard Jerrel died at Mr. and Mrs. W B. Jennings, Lawmakers

his home in Okeechobee Tuesday residents of Okeechobee for many I
At Last DescribedEditor's morning at 7-15 from an illness k, rl years, will observe their fiftieth In Tallahassee

beginning last December Mr Jer- wedding anniversary Tuesday May
rel Is survived by his wife and one 4th

( Note: This week we daughter. Mrs Lois L Robinson Their children, Mr. and Mrs. J. Russell
By
came across the following article Interment was Wednesday al II a Louie Carter, West Palm Beach, Playing Kay
to
about the great Norden Bombsight m in Corinth Cemetery r and Mr and Mrs L E. Jennings, ate committees a packed house, Sen

which is used by American bombing\ -----V--- -- Miami, are extending an Invitationto tato tossed Juggled the hot po
them
in
the
pilots and is rated as far more act' friends to call Tuesday after the Jenkins form of

curate than the sights used by our : County Canning noon from 4:00: to 5:30: o'clock In 13 designed to House eliminate Resolution No.
lUlies or enemies.) I l $ t, i the Methodist church annex the "closed
shop" in Florida and establish "the
'
the decision to transfer the' ----VCounty
Kitchen right to work" as a
constitutional
Norden sight to( a less restricted Open
guarantee.
Spokesmen for
category came as a great relief tooomaaruier ,I Price PanelIs Labor and Industry all had State their

schools and bomber I say \In a 3-hour
The Count' hearing that
Cannliu Kltcnen rattled
could stations be everywhere handled only Previously by officers it I l located back of the count Isis Is wl l lr Organized And I the rafters one minute and the
committees
and had to be locked up every now' open lor publl- use To date L. the next. The A. F of
all the pressure cookers and i I and C. I. O. Joined "clinched
night. Now enlisted handle equip
men can
It and It can ,be left In the I ment owned by the count hay Ready To Function i,' fists. as their respective spokesmen -

plane, though still under guard. not been returned. An urgent re- denounced each other in a"united"
down the que't is made to all having ,tn\ I appeal to protect the
cutting considerably wear I
and tear its delicate equipment to please return what I L F Scharfschwerdt, chairman of "working man". Hungry and word-
on parts.The
Norden sight has several I I [hey have at once I Bill] Keen's Famous Horse Leaping Over AutomobileTo I 'he local Rationing Board announ-I weary committeemen "closed shop"to
I If you are Interested In canning < ces that a Price Panel consider the evidence: They are
He
thousand parts. Cadets I learn Seen at Okeechobee Air Port. May 29 and 30A still in
,' ntact Miss Houchard at the organized for Okeechobee Countyand a huddle but will probably
enough about It to make superficial
repairs but bombsight men defy Farm Security Administration of- 1<-..11V 'I.i p Run > omumeci with Horse Race and featuring Billy will begin immediately to assume I report this week.. .
flee in order to sign day the duties assigned to this
cadets or anyone else to take one |I up for a j' Keen: "of 1 i.d > ihampiuii n k mei, wIll be staged at the Okeechobee
it again at the kitchen. Miss Houchard will particular 'branch of rationing The Lady of the House Mary
without apart and months put of careful together training. I -e In her office Saturday and at j Air POI, MaJ9th curd 30th ,It 3:00 p m daih under the auspices namely prices. I| Lou Baker found that the term

The bomb sight Is mounted directly r'the canning kitchen Monday. Tues- II of iiit Okeechobee Civil Cub\ lor the benefit ot the War Fund. The men serving on this panel "Gentlemen" as applied to her colleagues -
behind special piece of day and Wednesday of next weekly will be thoroughly Informed on I was little more than a
a -- --- -- --- 4
thick glass in the bombardier's I --- ceiling prices as set by !the government formality when one mixed with
and have ,the authority to them in open debate on a controversial -
LIONS CLt'B EltECTISOIOSt1f'Ii'f
compartment in the nose of the OKtEGKOBEE[ COUNTY SOLIDLY
check on local stores, retail and I question In her effort
plane. It has three ball-like elements :\ !: :: FOR !MEN IS i to
I SERVICE TilE j wholesale to see If merchants are gain seats for women on Florida
black metal OF NAIiON
all encased In
BACKS OUR FIGHTING complying with government regulations I Juries, she met with stiff opposition
One cope element and Its containing adjuring machineryla the tcle- 'I Following the lead of other communities MEN IN I ISECOr I and to assist the merchants from Senator Sanchez of Suwanee

located to the bombardier's right; In Florida and throughout | !IIC there Is any misunderstanding of''! Martin of Hillsboro aiofleld 01

the second. containing: the gyro- I the nation, Okeechobee Is erecting WAR LOAN BOND DRIVE i I the rules; also If there are any Citrus and Lewis of Clay. Carlton
:i! complaints of price violations they of Duval and Walker of Volusla,
:, ope to his left on the same level. in honor roll board on which I Is'
|I may be turned In to the Price I their "nobler natures stirred
tolife"
tile third directly under the gsro- t.> be placed: tile names or all localmen ;
Panel for jwnped to the
who are serving In the armed |I investigation. defense 01 the
scope.Taken: apart the sight! become, a forces. The project Is sponsored to i Tile &l'ondV.1l' Loan which I II o diligently) to bring about this I I We believe that everyone will cooperate Lady Fair, but their Sir Ralelghan
great confusion of mirrors prisms : ,* Lions Club. ended today 'April JO), has been happj ending of the Second War ; with these gentlE'menho I I gestures came too late and Mar-
I the battle on the home fl'ont-our Loan drive all well] as all the Individuals have agreed to serve the county ,! Lou's bill was lost.
the that
Because fact
lenses gears rams, wires bearingsand I o many
battle The the United I Iin I + r r
people of who bought so freely, this capacity:
countless other tiny parts -- Ckeechobee men entered service
States have bought bonds as they I The final returns from''special Price Panel While many members of the
at other places it is for
making it easy to understand:) why Imposslpbe I
the lolloping is becoming a popular the committee In charge to obtain never bought before Everyone Is'' committees Is not in but the approximate C M. Williams, chairman House will take their stand on this
official realizing ,that the most they can' standing is as follows: Carl T Durance member. or that question Emogene Com-
from
airmen complete list of names -
: a
gag among buy Is he LEAST they can do to1 I J, Clifton Ellis. member i mander of Holmes can be depended
"Some day they'll be giving commissions sources. Therefore the parents Okoechcbee Lions Club $12,000
win the war. y to take his
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to the bombsights and and friends of service men are requested Okeechobee Civic Club 6,375 no reason -
It is Well understood that the ,, ,| at all. This
leaving the bombardiers at home" I to contact members of the Women's Division (at the gentleman keeps
Officers stated that once you get Lions Club and see that their i more we can buy-and the soonerwe stliools"" .---- ---- 6,182 [flews Of Our Boys i',I going up and down like an eleva-
buy them-the sooner this war tor most of the time and is
cour-
tilt sight trained on the names are properly enrolled. Future Farmers of America 1.000
may be won and .over. It can never teously recognized by the
Speakeron
M4 It toke a Rood level tc target.-// Nerves may be given to CM1 said by the Axis that we Amtr II IIt. I, do not have the names of the In Various Camps' every occasion: ,that a motion" t,)'
only 25 seconds of I Culbreth. K E, Stello or The !
leans are more tender with our I prize winners in the school con- adjourn Is In order. In this gameof
da( that-you literally 4 ol-eechobe News dollars than we are with the lives tests as this Is being written but I "Many Motions", Emogene is at
1 I At Home & Abroad
could even approachsuch V
No human
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I of our sons brothers friends and will list them In next week's paper. least a man of Movement
accuracy. I }h'isbands. And let's not forget although the .
Is the bombardier Time Extended
Here roughly how i I It Is now an assured fact that I bid drive Is over and ttue present Representative Bourke Floyd of
uses the sight: the 13 \billion dollars Second War I, !battle is won on the home front I In a recent examination given to Franklin has the distinction of being .

Before beginning the run on the For Grocers Loan drive is a huge success The; we must keep on buying Bonds Marine sergeants USMC Sergt. the third generation of Floydsto
he sets the sight for the To James T, Hancock
made the
target. high-
i
nation is over the top. It will take each month until the final victoryIs sit in a Florida legislature HL-
altitutde and air speed ad- est at the Naval
chosen score Air Stationat
-pveral final but assured. I know who have
days for checking some father and grandfather before him
nils iu!t* Its gyroscope) to to spin the with ground its Determine PricesRetail : I venture to say It will run close intended to buy extra bonds this Lake City rSergeant FlorIda. served with distinction. He comes

perpendicular .16 billion dollars.T month but failed to get to the from historic Apalachicola and
lines the sight with the plane'sspeed Legrand Holmes arrivedin
uj am happy and proud to say pobtofflce In time. Buy them now country newspaper are Indebted to
and prepares the bombs for \irrmu'rend! .\holesnle ro- that Okeechobee County is again May Is another month and another Okeechobee last week and is him for a glowing tribute to the
dropping over the with ,their quota. With'the quota to reach spending a thirty days furlough small
top
I cers have been given in extension town weekly made in a floor
the begins the bombardier here his
When run i with sister and brother,
:! time within which to calculate largest quota ever set for Okee They GIVE their lives You speech last -week.
takes command of the' Mrs. J. H. Walker, Jr., and Cecil
heir percentage mark-ups on certain chobee County ($24.000) sales at LEND your money.W. .
noon Wednesday totaled $27000. P. Page, cpall'mall.Okeechobee Holmes. Sergeant Holmes is sta- I'
items
ship.During covered
Maximum
by
the next 25 seconds the tioned In\ !the Canal Zone. Pouncing on an already half-dead
to'
I" '':I1um time allowed In most Price Regulation No. 237 and 238. I Wonderful. Much credit is due County War I Laundry and Dry Cleaning Board,
the several committees who worked Savings Committee I
L. F. Scharfschwerdt. chairman of
combat] runs he becomes extremely I _____ Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Walker. Jr the Senate mercifully drove Its
his I the local rationing board announced -I -- --- heavy harpoon for death blow to
busy He must concentrate on are In receipt ot a letter this week a
Job even if anti-aircraft shells are I j today GIRLS CIIOIR PRESENTED SEVrOIt, MIELDON II.\S I from their son, Sergeant Johnnie put this regulatory board out of Its

bursting on all sides. Success of I j Until this extension of time was I'IiSPIRISOST.T.: .\ AT PLAN TO SOLVE FINANCIAL Walker in which he says he Is misery. Sheldon of Tampa led the

the entire mission depends on how I I allowed the wholesale grocer was \PTIST CIIfRCII SUNDAY PROBLEMS: OF FLORIDA w ell and happy. He also stated that attack and Barringer of Sarasota

well! h' uses tho=e 25 seconds, supposed to have calculated his he Is stationed In New Oulena, I clinched the deal with a pitiful
\djustlng Sight maximum prices on these items Sunday morning April 25th was Tallahassee Apr 28 (FNSi-Sen- which Is the first direct word from I story of a lost pair of pants. Justto

Squinting through a telescope which Include lard coffee, canned another occasion to rejoice and a'or Raymond Sheldon of Tampa him about his location make sure the Monster was dead.

whirl is part of the sight his objective milk and others by April 15, and thank God for His leadership and offered a solution to state financial 1 I Senator Matthews kept colleagues

is to line up two cross hairs was required to file these prlceV blessings. The Young Girls Choirof problems, designed to effect economy I I Harrison Lee arrived home last from their lunch long enough to

inside the telescope so that they with the local OPA office not later twenty voices, under'the direction and avoid the Imposing of an I I week and Is spending a thirty day I shove thru a companion bill that
Intersect across the target. Then than April 25 Under the new of Mrs. Bartlett presented the obnoxious cigarette tax: He would furlough here with his parents would give the Board until June 30

he adjusts the sight so that even amendment this last date for cal-;: I. Faster Cantata "Eternal Life" to a tale: 3.500000 a year out of special and Mrs. Jasper Lee and Mr'j to wind up its affairs.
'
as the plane moves forward at "ulatlng new prices is extended to ,I, 'apaclty congregation funds handled through the Treasury Harrison Is stationed at S S

three or four miles a minute the :May 3. 1943. with May 13 set as "Eternal Life" is an outstanding of various boards and commis- Kearns, Utah where he was sent While paying lip service to
cross hairs automatically stay on the last date for filing by whole- I :"antata wrltttn In two parts beginning sions. In the form of a 15 per cent from Camp Blandlng. Harrison has ,I "Economy" and "Retrenchment",

the target salers. with "The Lord Relgneth"and handling charge. A 3 per cent handling been confined to the hospital for I legislators paved the way for bigger

The sight does the rest. It has Before the amendment retail concluding: with "The Resurrection charge now In effect produced several months suffering from and better governmental agencies,

been synchronized to the chosen grocers had until May 1 to calcu- I and the Life" presenting $1.100.000 last year, It was pointed pneumonia from which he suffered boards bureaus and commissionsby

altitude and speed In such a man- late their maximum selling prices Christ as the Man of Sorrows on out.Most two set-backs. He says army life Is their action In approving the

ner that if the plane is put on the which was the percentage mark-up i! Calvary and His resurrection, our I of the money would come alright after a person gets in and purchase of several Tallahasseecity

proper course the cross hairs will based upon the cost of the Item hope of eternity. |I from the Road Department and accustomed to the routine. blocks surrounding the Capitol
'ilothe target.In from the wholesaler, but under the Mrs. Bartlett and the choir deserve Citrus Commission millions and as I to Insure room for future expansion.,

lining up the cross hairs the new amendment this time Is extended commendation for their forceful i the war emergency ,has sharply Mr and Mrs. Leo Oreenberger On the assumption that future gen-

bombardier! uses four knobs whichhe to May 20. The retailer Is presentation which stirred the curtailed the activities of these and son and daughter, Harry Paul erations will need more "looking

manipulates with his right no longer required to file any report hearts of the entire congregation. I agencies the money could well be and Polly Gay, left Wednesday for after", ground space for costly

hand. Two of them bring the tele- of his maximum price but V put to better use at this time Lf it Fort Riley, Kans., where they will buildings to house state bureaucratic -

scope to bear on the target: the merely retains the Invoices upon MARTIN COUNTY FIRST IN | will mean avoiding additional taxeson spend a week with their ion Teddy agencies has been assured the

other Uo adjust the ship's courser I which his maximum prices are COUNTRY TO EXCEED ITS (i an already burdened people pro- who Is In the United States Cav people. Likewise their action kills

to Jibe with that bearing The based. QUOTA IN SECOND DRIVE ponents claim.Sheldon's alry at that place. for all time the hope of a centrally

sight adjusts the course automatically I was the first major located seat of State Government,
for crosswind drift.T -- --- Stuart, Apr. 27. FNS) Martin revenue bill of the season.HILLSBOROUGII Parents and friends of servicemen long cherished In the hearts of Cen.

)e course l h controlled either do get the knack of It, accounting County was the first county In the V-- are requested to turn In their trel Floridians who In past legislature -

bv a device attaching the sight to for many of those who are assigned nation to report oversubscription of names. to the Llona Club to be ? have voiced the advantagesof
an automatic pilot which guides to other duty. Its quota In the Second War Loan FIRST IN |I placed on the honor roll board. such locations as Ocala or Or
the ship mechanically as the born. The problem becomes( slightly Drive. I SECOND WAR LOAN DRIVETampa V lando.

bord'er\!' twists his knobs or by a greater at high altitudes becausethe I It met and passed Its $91,000 Mr. and Mrs. Byron Seville and .

"pilot direction indicator" which I apparent motion of the target quota a day and a half before the i| Apr. 28. (FNS) -, Hills- little daughter left last week for Mother Nature chuckled gleefullylast

moves a needle In the cockpit as is less. However once adjusted, I drive officially opened and In the I!I borough county last week passed Baldwin to which, place Mr. Seville week as she watched the futile

the knobs are turned showing the I the Norden sight is almost as accurate |I first four days had piled up a totalof 1 Its quota In the Second War Loan was transferred by the Seaboard '"n ls of Man to cope with the evil

pilot' how to adjut the course. at 25.000 feet as It Is at 11.-1 315000. i Drive the first large county In the Railroad They expect to make within him and regulate by laws

After he has set the cross hairs I 000 The sight can be used effect- The 5-man committee Is composed :,' state to( attain that honor. their home In that city I the morals of his fellow creatures

at the point where they appear to ively at heights considerably greater ]' of D. S. Hudson of the Citizens -j It's quota was 5179000. V Prostitution Is an ugly word that

be stationary on the target the 'than planes now are able to( Bank, chairman; J. W. Foreman f V CARD OF TIUNK3 I for centuries has been spoken onlyIn

bombardier has done most of his operate. I cf Port Sewall; Edwin A. Men- I I Representative W. J. arrived I whispers, but It was shoutedto
Job. He shouts "Bombs away!" There Is little difference In the I nlnger, publisher of the Stuart i' home Friday morning Hendry from We are deeply grateful: for all the the housetops as solons spoke In

through the Interphone to the pilot, operation when the sight Is used News; Theodore Dehon, local real I Tallahassee and spent Easter herewith many words and acts of kindness defense of a number of measures
who( ,takes over the ship and heads to bomb a moving target, such asa estate dealer; and John M. Law., his ;gamily and sympathy extended to us during I proposed by health and military

for home. ship or railroad train. j Jr., manager of the Florida Power the Illness and death of our authorities as necessary to cope
Not So Easy The sight under such conditions Se Light Company. husband and father Benjamin with the v. d. problem "Ladles of

But it's not quite BO easy as It automatically makes compensa- j! The drive will continue until the Faster guests of Mrs J. T. Hancock Richard Jerrel. Such helpfulness! the Evening" took It on their hard

sounds. It takes considerable prac- dons for three motions-the plane end of the month.Subscribe II were her parents, Mr. and and t.1'bse,, who gave It can never ened chins as eager legislators, for-
tice ,to learn how to adjust those Itself the plane's drift sideways II V I Mrs. E. L. Shuler of Jacksonville be forgotten.Mrs. getting the Master's wise admonition

ores hairs. there Is a crosswind, and the targets I land Mrs. Delton Harden and baby B. R. Jerrel hastened to "cast the first e
.. Some bombardier students never motion. for The News. ft Miami. Mrs Lois L. Robinson stone".
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FRIDAY APRIL 30 1941
PAGE TWO TIlE OKIECDOBEE NEWS -

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I Doiorlptlon Amount of I ..
NOTICE of Land Sec Twp. Kge. Acr, Owner Tax. A COM

liKI-\r I. II ..... "'/) of i>t of Com.
NOTICM IS 1IKHEUV CIIVKN Hint the following, dewrlhed Innda will bo Lund I'u. M/l of
old at public! auction on the Flnt day of ,lune A. 1) 104nt: the Court I.uko'r'JIII h.'n.lT' : 38 30 From where I sit
House the County of Okeechot.ee, Stntd of Florida, lo |iny the nrni'iint die' Hlk .
for taxes herein net onnnalro In tho mime together with all coat of aurh ink Lot 21: .___. :! Arthur mishaps .........._ .IWI
and BdTertlalnir. Snld .ale to bi-Kln at 12: o'clock, Noon l.nt 1:1: .. ,..----- 4 (', M tlnrhety ................ ."', ---,
Amount of l.nla 1. 2. 3 .. __ 0 V. I), Hriinvb ....__.._.. 1.07 I
D..rrlpl\en j
ot I.and "ee. Tw" Aer. Owner Tan. A Cont UINMII: IIU.lll.tMl8 5/41" of
,i"r tl of !II", Hec I), K: of Kit 37 all Joe Marsh
N1V1, !I I 81 32 311 .\. .1. Hehmldt ...-.... .U .* ** Blk bl ,
\,1" of, :NE%'''' ''' 4 HI: ::12 TI\ .1. A. lloHmnn .. ........ ..-- IJ] I.ol 21: .__...... 4 Herbert, I:. Wnlker .......... .71
"NFP/4 ........ .u..... 4 a:1: 81 Inn Anton T. rli-hmlilt ..., ...... ." Lute, 1 lin.l 2 ,0. 24 Ida U. Haiinnh 'lat.: | ........ 71J .
,: 1. ........... :71!
::10 ..t :\ "f Lola :3 and A .. M R. dliiia .. .
Rht/ __ 1.:14 ... 20 3:1: 92 10 .laniea ft Crvln Thomna .. .. 1 .40II Lou 11 and 12.. M 11. V. ilrnitnn) ................ 71II.
ur .n.of l.nt :22 ............ W 1.. Itll.i _...___..... .71T. brings us a
Qtt"'F./ ..MIj, 211 F 92 411 E.III..' ..,u__. ...... .-- ilJS' Luis i an.... 71lol K Cilina ......_--.. .71 I Charlie Jenkins writes me from Introduced the lady
!\w'( ..t IIW n.14.. 21 9:1: 432 41 .lumen fc Krvln: Tbomna .'". I'l and 22.. 71 IllHtll' V. Ilragau ............ .fiii I glass of beer before dinner
down at
Griffith .. ._..__........ ? JSAnna camp :
411 o. w.
11 24 SI R2 : II U LUtsoN ) of
I."t5' 10 and n ...... I I'Kim: / talked
Lt y ___ __. u. a 3\ 32 '20 1C M Pallne. .. (ovt loll 1 mid' V M 87 09l.nl "Dear Joe: Somethln' mighty "We had a fine dinner
T..t II .._ _._.. 2ft ::1\ 32 211 'hnn. F.:. Bellowa --" J-J" 1, 2, 11. KV4 Honest Joe I'll never
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"' R1 of NEI" .. 11 3t O.V. l\pI.11 ....., .-.... of lot 3.1 ...... t 01111. T.\inn. hospitality. Makesme
40 2K their
11
tot5 21 and 22.. 4 34 OKtMIIOIItK CITY day's leave. I'm xtandln on the forget
11 =: w1 20 \Hthnn Hmik Hnlinoa......-: :- ::::::: H.: Hlk.) In feel Rood fighting for people
knowln'
:t ::; \I :: ::: :::: 111 81 20 Molly 11 DtTnilinngh ..-. .-... .--.. 1211 l.ot 20 ..__..__.. 2 Hurlmrn Wllilir .............. .00 corner, not anybody

I of, 12 .__ ..,...... Ii M 89 40:20 11.Pnknnwn ___. ..... .-.. .-.-- 2T t Lola 1 to 4 Inc .. 14 J 1:. (,ln.a ___ _...-......__.. l.fM'l town, when a ranger says like that"Thought
1 ..,. ,yl and 30 22 RI 11 Wllllnmii- .. ... ....... lm: l.iit 20 ...........- SB W. .T Imnne ..........._.... .11 like to
1..1 ::\ ....._... ___ 2:1: U ::1.1 20 n.1.Pnkimwn __ .. ..--- ---.. ] :2.IL't \ lilt ''II) _......... 4'::1 Willlnlthp..* "111!" .......... 1.2'r. : I 'hello, soldler-how'd you like a you might
Lot 11 ... __.. 21 U :F 20 Pnknown .... ,. ......-....-- 1211!; I.olK 1 and 2 _... 4HI.i.l C'. Bnjkln ................ ..il"fnknnvn chicken dinner at home with me hear what kind o' fellows we got
11 .._.". ... 2t 84 AA 20 C. c'. Hone ._.._..... -...... 1sn T .__.....-,.. 7tt ...._.._00"....'.. .11(1 II
1 I.t 1ft .. .____.. 21 U 33 20 L..). A and 4 ...... HO It. K !Ili-mln.; E.t __..,...._.. 1.:T, and the wife In this army of ours, and how

V t 'nrrs ot 11I% 'Intvnre U llubhard ........ -" Lot 1.2 ._ ....... 112 MrIIlt. Inldir ........_..... 'r like to enjoy themselves
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of Lot 21 ____.. 2' M 3:1: ""nllI"11..1111.\ .... .- .. 1211 lot 111 ....... llttLota (4 O. IItrorn ..... 2IH "Well, It turns out they were they
T.'I' 11) ...... ... :m :II t3: 20 M. Oerher -.-_....... 1.2'1I n and d1)14 1Y.. i: Normnl'ndrtck .... S.t: %' the kind of folks who couldn'tdo when they get a chance to.

1..t 12 __ ,"n"- 211 1 U 81 20' F.lydlii P. A O.Y.. Volk .. .".. 120 Lot 10 __.. ...... mo Mri' I'. .MniiBrrl ..... 2'< ,
I I..t 21 __ ....,. 31 34 R'I: I' Pnknown ___ ., -.--. .... 120f ,.nl 1 ... .._.... 1711.111. % Mra \V. It. Terrell, Ent .... .'" enough to help out aoldle rs.They'd .
1..t 1 .. ... .-__ :12: 81 Rt.O Pnknown -- 12'1 -. I to 6 Inc.. 177 t'n k nos n ............... 4.:! other fellows tJt
,..' 1 __ __-_...__ M RI ft\: I H Winter- ".,.. -. .. -.... 1211 l.nt 2 '. .4'111)Lots t. S, TnrbIIII, E.t ........ .I' Invited two 8ce
f -.I 12 __ ..... 8M sa: 20.11 il It. I. Calmnn .. ..._.___..__ 181A 3 an-----....' 211 C, A. Iteevee .............00. 1 "1rnkmrnn and just as soon as we're
1..t 24 _..u... ._ 2 M 3t I. Cnhnon .......... 1.211 Lots T nnd ..__ 2-II) ___.....__ ..._____ 1. 1I'tiknonn
"I, 1: .. ___..,. 2 M 3'1 211 20 I. Inntt'hrret ..,. .,.. 129 lots ] and 2 .... 2::'" .. .... .n.....-... 1. 1Ptiknoun
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\3' r"t Lot 143. nil AO I' It. Hill) __ __..-...-....... 2oq lot 4 ...__..._. 841 .........--.. .r, I
1 of 215 __ .. 1\ Alt 11.9 A. r IlllgiMiilrotT 1.2ii l.nlan,7nnd" {41l.nt Fnkuuwn' .................... lt'Irtlkn1111n No. 59 of a Series Copyright 1943 Bnmng Indiutry Foundation'Will
T 01 12 ..-. ._. 0 !1ft 8\: 211 W. F.. Braillev 120 10 __... 841! ...........n.M... ..finM. I -- '-'.
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I ::11I .. 9 8.1 i
Lot 2. 1\111 It HI1 i1roff .... ._ 1.B) i, "' nrl''I!' 11/11 ._. A ( ,c ,,, -- 12" KI: 1 of 'Iota 4 II 1 Ralph Hnnd! 1113" i iMra.
b. Blnncbnrd '-'- -"- '
I of 27 12 :In 111: ill D. ... ....... .",> "' "C1'1I1lIlIlrln'!
E' ..r lot 11 ". 11 :\II 8ft I. I. ro.l.t -.._-_.-.._ ..-... ....20II lot __ ... .. 1] E. P. Tatum ..........- 7t
1 "t. 1 1 IS A 14 11 111d 11II H. H. W'nvof Lots % nn,l II.- 14 M. E. Glniik ................ 71<
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t"r "CiFU: I' \ Uli II'f' '"'o4 HI.I
tot 11 a) 1:1: >kT 8., ft3m :swi nf MII i.fNRi

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T .f. 2\: and 2fI.. Thon .. .................. ..70r. BIte
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1 IIlId 9 .-- 1A (. Pntllll .......-...... ..70Clifford Mil TIIMIN) I'lSfN "III orI
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I .., :!'I 11111 ::11I __ 12 .. ...,.-.... .7oW \rv & KH ofF
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"r 'let, fIr 141.434: a 68RIk 1 ot 11 __. .. ... 4 A4illa "IlB" ___.._..-_ 10 I
Oliver Blltann .... __n...... 1.4. .ioU'lUII.III'.. 4 .. .. ...... .n' II. It. Xi. 'ktrk .............. Sit
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"' \\" ran 1'1 4211t nf MI/I nf !NKVi in XT 35:

n 410 V C"nrl "Innn .___- II.\! Lola 11 and 12.. R .*dn hllt..h1E.t ... .. \>'
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1 fill.. .. :90 83 IW ZII rllkllOWII ir :SEH of
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:19 4"
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its 1 and 4 rhllwood .. .. -. .n. MAry n. M"t J 'Kiilin EIII.. 7II
Myrni/ !Lots 12 ninl 11
.l R' ot 111\" U IIf n 1\11\ Pnknown Lola ............ ...-... 2VW. >. uitu.iir* '101)10 xi'Diriox
\W1 "r RCA' : u H :14 nl4ft
:' iiF1: : "' ...... ..... 344Tnlinown l.nmteil In lots 7 87 !3\:\
22
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.
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1'1 __ .. ..._- 81 83 III Allr. r. AinRrn.------------- sort lot % | | I ,

SE',: lIt 'tl'.::1. "fNW' \\' of OkeeihuI.ee 21 ST 3% IIinvt .\. iInthtP7 ..,. ....... I2i1\ '
F. or FE': Ill .\M' "A'o sir just 0 fl minutes. '' e'regot an extra heavy
...........-.....-- 1rss/| ,
fnknownrnknown lol
It v ... __ .. II 117 M III ( __ ... :2J ::17 ::111 2IH/4" l'UkIlO\\1I .._............. :.. 1.7:. lot soldiers and
of nt \MtE' lilt llv. load this trip including a o) Bailor's.And .
!NMJ { :IT M 11 ._._..__....-... ..._ \ Ili.U 'In :1 I'xeeptfreek ,
"' \\ .r 1lf II
"r $E'4: ofE It/\\ ami as you probably knozi, a large part of Seaboard's

\: ..f Fry ..._......._...... 141 Hint part W of used
"' is rain
_._. tt 37 III IIrekeow' >t Creek lllilllile.ltn din\ng car equipment being on troop
Iti Ciiitri.l 1'nrk 22 87 S3: 11.11 t'nkuonn ....M>_.._....... 1.M II
N .:", IIf,1/, F. ._....---1.-.-..-n 1.11
lIt F'' "' II l' ..u 9. 87 :III 1 Z rnknown! 1U';:*"IKt.I 'rilM\V 1 T\V l'o'ur'I'IIt! "I we eitilians haven't kick about that :'t'J,
VP: IIf :NP:' "f 11'. Wnlki-r ......__.....- 111 112106rllO11121: : '] 'I 01't N1'Y. 1"LIII"I'\ guess any ,
"'I':' ,. __ ._ 12 al. :\3 R1)10 Tart I'ttbniiWIi .....-.--...... ..... 4,1111 t! up to all of us to put the war effort first. "
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1 "f NW' 14 :tit hI)) "nlrll.n VI"I'I' OK \1'I'I.ir\TIOJI FOR Hie TriiHieea of th,' liitertuil, Iinpmvi'-
.31'' of :\\1.14 A NOTII K: men Fund) in 1'I'j.t anv and nil hM \JOARD! RAILWAYWORKS .

'i\l" of MITES" ......__......._._ 3.M TDFED lit till' Cniirl, Jln".... nt 11)) .\. M., on tile
of 191.1VnMio
.. ... .. 14 :8 IT :1/\/ I\iI 1'lIl1nowlI 1.w'
( NSW Hun 1II "7th, dii\' of Ill!'. inii: P.aioiiieni -
"I':' of 1)1.1: of ". to" 1 In liT.liulMn fur roil rlvlit) of way 'Jnn feet nlde Ill! o41b 1
1\ Cerltncnle
E' _. 11 aT :tit 194 1 hni .IUW"oll .. .._.--.._----. .111'1 Hull holder', of tin I'nx :"Ih day will I.e ri..orvod from; mi.v panel -.1
QullJn il'
: 3/1/ S' tit "la m .
'
\\ .. _. I. ? In thrnnith vrlihli there U nn flll.IIIIl I I :J FOR .
\E': of1414 ot I nf .lul\ I. ,li. 10jn Inn Mini until" I SIll I" !Itoad <, '"2 .. ,
S'1..' .. __ 2))I ST 1\1I 10 1.M mr of flee : hai made application for lieu I It i-lia i 11 of S\V Cor of Nor \\' ( ; 7 VICTORY t\J
\E': of51'1{ nf 14. elpp5'--------------- .MI a Tat Di'ed to be leaned thereon. SnldCertlficato ..\\' run II 10 dm. rI'h.: : .. @\ ( _
st:'1. .. .-u__.. 2p If lilt 10 w. emhracei the following S 10 elmv % IK.. M!'< :211. T' |i. "tto'I..f.. .. .1. ., ._ .JI\\: ... /ill _
< "f NW) ot1'110 M. 't.ut .............. ..RI3V'4 ) rrlbed property In the County dP'1 :r.i IIge 31: : n unit wrii.J.: .; -:;--..,!: /JJ.))
\ IIr 9\61 V.. :10: IT: 11II II lIob.rt Okeeohnhce, Stnte of Florldn. : tot, t M. iiimk 2. ioullii.ni' I'liii'i IJ' :':,;, :" 'tf 'J'j..J.< -S---'m!
i
\ of r. Mo" ....... .--.. 211 MI'I; of N1)r :lot:', Sii21. .3,1.111lno. WU1 ; :
irpt, lilt nA1)r :lit :IT 11II IT eophlo '('" ::17, lIt, 'I... iontiiliiii, | ,| 111nrrr5 'I'I'1II''I'tI: IIP Till I II: ISTP.ItSVI.
"" lIt DII'Ion.II'I'! : ri'Nn UK run

CW'4 x1'ejt" It ......._...... _. 2I xi'ATi I IK KlllUUM
'I.srla of
T. laid property
It 11/\\' ...... ::18 47 I" 185 I. ._..__.... 115! The micisment R,' liov !t. Itnulrt: non., .\It' 'ut
;lot I l 1..1 //I ::1/1/ s. lit III rom 1I.l1l1f'lI miller iiilil r.'rtln.nI'' IKHIHM! nan In 'Truiitee 1. 1. Fund Read The News ads. News printing satisfies.
'i1. fIr 1)931of Illf Illlllli nf 1 II 1'llltt. Olcei't'linliee ('''"l1t\ P'ollil' '
.. ...... 1 'I1I
:IoW'/1 3T RII II ('. K. C"bllltnr.wnrtll I l'nlpu anld Certlfleatea Khali be reeemed ,
"I., "r : ncconllnK to law, property __ __ __ ._ ._ -' _.___ ____ h.
Li -
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.' 10 rhn. II ot
1l irrlhed, therein utinll ho ."Id to the
,
q'ror Nor 29.n11
,. 'Bt bMiler at the t'nnrthnnm door on
N 111: ft toIi
In the month of ,
the flnt Monitnv
I 'I., F-nstorlyon
Aim, VIII\ : "bl. h i N tin 'tnl dav ofMnv I
'II ,I.ft.T"33' ft.11R tto NIl < at 11II 11,4 L. r.. 'ariton ........._..... /.R': 1'I1Unteil! :
1011IM
:Ii' lIt this 10' iln of \nrl1
\ 1)r THE OLD JUDGE SAYS.
1)rlNE14 >V ii 'I VTtIolOS .
"I",'E'''L .._ 2M IT III 264 ,,,III. I..len..n) "tUJ" )I11Hl1 U Clerk Clrenlt Court of

'. SWI\ ?f Okeerhnhee County Florid I
.I..r.! I'f rr'Ii 1)t .... I'lrenlt Court Neal) t ,
'ii,+, ::. :lM 11M 811 IIIt VIm. )1'UIlllCn 'IIi" (11142) L. : 1s M 44'

"t1l11rof, 11.1'\ "nf 211 IT Ill 1\ I. W. Poison "1)r." ...... 1 a:, O11o.rh NOTK| ..brr r I'oiinU' rii.rliln'

:, :/:1: ot RE1 Al'vllI 111:1! :1 1NnritT
H "I"11mn1'T'S\ ; : Tim
.r Nlev------: "WI _. ::10 lIT 86 a 8/43: h...r Anltln ....m''. .a----- 1M iiiirmmnt" in Ki'i'il'in, of niiiolor 1".'1II1..

WI.. fIr SW' .t ................ -- ..1I11"11 I.nwn .f Hnrldn. .Wl 111:11.:fnlliiwtnif know lie I
\W' _._. 21' aT a/l/ 20 "lenewn t'i" \I1'Itl'll,5)'I', tbe
lini'l ,III n hnliee' ('"l1n', '' fei
wrllii'd
\ :N\\' or ..t Flnrldn' will lie offi rod for n'e ,1.1, sSs
RI/ ot IIIY"ot' foiHo.. hlvlu'iit n n.'
1)1.f' "I' :Nil'.., i.nhllimil) -i" te Ih, rlflil oi ) '
M urn tt. 1D Lent i-niii. 1,1,11)6111 ; v\A '
I Inlenuil, huirr.
the
of
the Ti-iiMii'i'it '
::'o .In. SlOll ..... .. ... ::1.111 Find, l" ri'leei mn nnil' nil' III,'. iwfe WA'1 ,
n"I..n -- inent
rI, \\ NI _. 2111: 11/I II M. V. -
35 "r ::!:II'Ii y'Is, ofIt .i I 1 Pt,.. C'.I1.t Ultimo, nt in I. M. on fI',' I
of .1 III",.'. 11)1.1 riiHeniont" '
Hnl il"1'
: II of l1U1I' __ ..... n.WJ .110 feet w',' II :
.. nf |
.. Hi'llt 1).It"
npnrm.1I fur nnil ;
"" k JI I. _.-... !III ST ::11I:11I J. 1' front nil"1'Hinmi'l'
HIIV II
ivnono't
I : lIt11'4: of .- .--. a:1 "HI lie whleh thenIn, nn erlntlutftate : I 71-4 I Isara nr i > J&SWV."Makes ? ?
-- -
WI ... II" 17 al\ 44) "rukuuwn -----

111' nrrra"- ot"I'hili Lot 211Inald "t f.i.Itnad.. il to 10, !I"S/n HI.. k II. nlleeehi.1ni I )
lt.tv'tn
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H..JlIlIn t I 0" .. ... ..... 2.44 9'tt'M're'4. fW TIIRTlv I
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III "N IT ,nit! 111 al :11' III \1. II. 1.llIht. (3tr.oM'v4FNT Nt'NI'' ,
N Ia:1\ rt "t SW 1NTl'"N6t
0" "IT\'J ,"r \'I'T nt' Ftnnil>.\
"I', S.l: "t 11 12)/ Ittu. Piin'efmin \ ent.runteeii .
""I S IIJI ft 0I t. I Fund.(1keei.1lol.ee .
I: 2141 rt of (I4 Cnnntv., Flnrt.lt.I'I"f" '

"I' "Wl.o, Nl2)4"t I: -f' -

,.nrl 'th'hlll of: tot HIlI n. :11\ 8 rr.va /'. ('Junnn .......---.. to 241"I 111.III --.,, ,%.hnl.eifiointv: ( F1nrl'1| I

..... I :14 1\4 //\111 Martha "rfltt An ,,'m. 9.1191'i' -- ..1000,11 -' n' 'I
-. __. ___.. :I U Rtl 10lnrth": 1I'ott & wuI."'nI. I.An. uen(' _.,. ..II. .., : .I.HI i". innvfmrP i" t'Wi'rnv ntypvuiriiiin.'t ': That

-----------3: 34 1111 11'11' 1lIrtbn "rotl & .. ::111 tIIII .. o' chnner 111'IR!! I
11nn''e t ** ,11'1' ft
'II .. ... .... .__ III 34 Ri1 040tnrthn "olt & wm :10112 "
: I
......_ .. 84 11/1 All ""rth", IIrott .1 son). 1.lIne' t.0.. of F.nrl.1n Arts 1017 %nnwn no.
.
.. 011All ,
.111 .. .. ...... 1\\ 31 \II: 141Rtrths Nnott At WI'). i nnrs __ :\\111 117 hiMrvyv 4 CT the fo'lo"''''" ,1it.rbn > I I / \
__............ lit ,''II till "nrlh 1I01t & wm. 1.011I'" 10 n"It1 ) ., 1;',''v1 ,In O'feophol.ep ( .
.
All .. ..__....... 14 al ,Ito, fUI: \hp/, ',,, III','tI'c 'U. I.nnre .. 106"All ; Ptr.rl.1n ...1'1 h. ofTe-nl for .l1l1h'l
..-.__. ...__ tI U nil 150)5rthe) M"tt'tn.. l.n'lI"" Mlhlle n'l'''*** for the hlGhe t I z
\ ex'rpt IIof h.t "in' hid .ihleef 'o lh. Hirllt o' ,
.I" II
"f NK'4: : ...... rJ II 110 8311 IIIlhn St'llt ell ,,'m. Lnnen -' 2 the T' "A'..". nf the Interim) Inmwwernerf II I
intnr.v-t. ".",",1 tn pelert tiv nnd "'I hlfla
1\1'11" nl t
of prol it the Cnni-t HI""." nt 1ft A.I. nn 'the I
ti 'h' ofVont ''Oth IIn ,' oft1)'. 1T1 lnaopio't'o : i
"Ply I4'r or Lot .. rand 1'1.l .bt" of wnv Inn rprt1'10'1| I
1\ Ilik M1. an'l will h. reserved from "
11' wnttor love '''.nlllf'' whleh there .la an eTlntliiff'
'I' Lnk.. thpnl'A:1 Slots Ttondof me f eel extra good hear in' you talk/ that synthetic rubber. But Hank the grain used I

:\\:1: it"I 1\ I"'Ilona 11\\" ;. run K 111 ..).. K 1I.h.. realized I contributin'to in this alcohol is
distilling
Judgt. ntttt was not thrown .
U1). 2"11r \ 11"11'.0 nh.. F of SlY Cur of P1: way. away.It
I.. II It/\\. I X 10 elmV. % 'hs Hoc 'jn, T\\'|1'. the war effort in the way you mention" is processed and comes back to the farm

tln'. "r (I'nnn' 1.1: II,." ni .1 nro Hank. Part of the in the form of
"You again dried
certainly are grains dried
Ithrhwn'. ih)11115 T?r''TTF t nor 'rll ) lTVrtS'rivprnrr'tKN'T or

'" :73 dot n'. I'Ilma : :: F'-vn or mirRTTR grain you fanners grow is used by the bever solubles which you use for dairy feeds, hog

rl:1. 10 ':3V :nil,lea R for "OP"aiilnr FTOIllDATir .en. A i.nlTrnnteea age distilling industry to make alcohol for supplements and poultry mashes. This year .

,I'! W TI\: : ftNwly '. T. rand O'rei.i.'ml.er war purposes. Hundreds of millions of gal alone it is estimated 388,000 tons of these

water nlon 1"1'1 IT'ot Cniintv. Florida-.-. lons are required every year for smokeless much needed feed stuffs will be producedby

bake II POn It 89 RII, Itlt" C, 9..it _.... ... ...... 4\14\ -- NOTTF !" powder, medical supplies chemical warfare the distillers."

1I"1f NF rn' font "'.ooeimhiCcmnlv, MorlilninM ',, "
lot 4. rllll s :111rt. \ 10 toilVOT1CP : materials shatterproof glass, lacquer for / can set now, Judge, uHji you say it's a

II' tn IS 11115of ; : 10 IM'i'l'HY O1VV THnttiurKiiant camouflaging equipment fuel to propel torpedoes mighty good thing uii hart a legal distiling! .

I'Iom.nto to Keetfnn ft nf Ch inter k"o"'n'14"0it., and in the making critically needed industry times like thtsi."
/'r"ek. 13(14) tt S' :: :. ,. IVo'liini'i. 1'1'11 uI .
Alois .nld) f'r'pk ', ., ** 4tt'ltn i4'T. the, folinwln'r| | tie-
In .1I\1"II ions : ": ,'. ap.I"1) liillil" 'In Ot'eeohnhen" Cinii.typinrM't
.
fir 'ota 2. :t. 4 .'. '. .; .10-. I "..' 1>e oi.. red for anlp prMihlln
N spprox 311 ft, I ,. .'- -.1;... LI) e"t"... roo He hl' h.'st Burl l'M/.._. ., AItoMur...(' I...",.-.... I,,.
I: 11011 rt ..___. 23 t1'( /814 10 11epp0' /'t1..tr"lC ('0 __. 42. h.-.t "$' 'i!.'. ."'ii<"', tn the Hel't ".if -

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O.H.S. Hit Parade ;NtlTKK flt T\\" \H\I.K'

and lor Ilillniiurnt IVU11..1. F:,.,..,......
Purple Gold News Norlia DrillIIIIK. / ,. luxi-n
In
llon-liy Olvi-n Hint
1. "Any Bonds Today" -- Mrs. lungs fli-lfiiiiont] on June Int, 1MI( :I for nil
Austin Pearce to Students ion, |iuv'Hit-lit of Lveryluditf; Jirnlmiyti
.
2. "Move It Over"-Jack "FOR A Hxlilit. 'ours for the yi-ur I 1111.', or mi
GREATER
Coke OKEECHOBEE HIGH SCHOOL" mull thi'ruof AH Hint, !>"* ni-rLiinir to
to Sylvia snell. I 111t1.1' .l Ihi. iiuiiiiint dmfor luxm on mild
3. "dobs of Love"-Mlss for mid )enr, toiiilher' with thi
ringer 1.U.t. of mile Hjn-rlllt.il' 'In thu |10" .
to U. S. Navy. FRIDAY APRIL 30, 194J: | ruin? jell liUlrlct, will Ii8 cold
4. "I Had I nt -,nnlilli' urn'Him 11I.hwlc", A' 'U'.i.-
The Craziest Dieam'Porky 'iI -- 11'IIM'K niiiiii on till' -lit- --;diyo" '-,loin. ::

to Juanell. Senior make the plans and present them : I I'11.1 HIIIIHO I. ill In( In-'h front,' ('U iliiur,. .t. of llii> I curt
(Ikii'ihohiv
Clyde
5. "Georgia On My Mind"M1sRaiford : Skip Day was home for Easter and I florid,
s I to him that he would present them Dopey Doings and Kinllniiliiit, mull' nulil Mile I .
to H T. Bass to the school he biougWt, his gill with him. He's IH "nnipli't'"dt '.
board
and ask for ?
Ipl't"| lint uf
6. California, Here I Come" strictly a one woman's man and liinilii, Kiiih ili'llimui-nt"
.1' their cooperation in ,the matter. In iiviilhihli' for "inililli, limiiHiiloii
Pcrlie to Glenn. The Sent JI', got: little beneath; Mr. Williams By I. says that Tallahassee: with all It's I! ,illlllllK the hll li>Mi< hilllMI ut the dHI'i'
Uecly DoLittle
7. "When their dignity when wants the student beautiful women hasn't of "the lux, Collidiir for 11 lie, ('0.1\, '
My Dream they caused him
Boat Comes got up In council to Just four more weeks "r ( llurrhubrn' the
"the help plan a schedule for of schoo; Court Honxn u't
Home"-Leslie to Betty baggage compartment on the and another 10 A-eaken. I (ikni holm,, lurliln.' mid, Iminlrln as
8. "Why Don't bus to go to Lakeland last i next jcar We expect to have a year will be marked Betty Mason has the and tn HIP ,liinilii, 11"'liiili'il', In mill ,ili'lln\
You ,
Fall In Love Friday greater variety of selective subJects.. : up for us. Some 01 us will\ pass to mumps I 'nu( 'in' hnl\ ,. hy mall ur bv U-lriibono
With Me"-Mike to Jo Ann. I morning; otherwise Miss Johnson Plans the next grade while she won't tell us where she got or In |IlI'ro..n. during IHIBMI| hoiirH
9. "From _. Js\ only a few were discussed for gettinga some of us them, Who did she 111 In I folly ntiNuirfd h\ tin1 oflln
to
more in
Taps Till Reiilee1 giey hairs : will go see '
only
I'I'I
,' half holiday for a school field pass out the door to re- mild 'I'I ut ( ulli'itor.
Russel Domer to Martha Walker. : and she still has most of her self day It will be fast planning. but ''turn to the same old class next Palm' Beach last Friday? Ml:!>t ili': .tl.rll':II\L\N.

10, "1 Don't Get Around Much i I respect. The bus complained at the we would like to have the field dayi year In the next four weeks of It s a puzzle to us as to wheal i'r | lux Colliitur. nf Klnrliliiirlit (IkwilioliiiCniintv '

Any More"-Grannie. i I 2,500 Ibs of Okeechobeeltes but Betty Jane or Mary Ellen 1* La-: I
i course we lealUe
all that
i planned
/ I by May 1st if possible. | we can pass vcrneb :NOIIthdlINTrNTIONTO
many layers girl friend. \I'J'I.Y
,
V wi" the were piled up on The gills are asked to take part in i: or fall, all depending on our attitude I Ii It I I"(111 I.\\ti.: (ii
seats and flioi' before It true that Edgar and sPk(
crawled Mary I \I.
the field day as well as boys. and effort. Some of our teach OK I.o\! I.K.ISI.\TIOX
Into Lakeland. I I ViiHinia are :NdlKC IS III':III;m'
The PublicationThe Oveda Jack. J. 'eis no longer interested in I.IVI.N: That
will
be ,
Junior Class coming back, others will it the .
T., Representative Wel- each other? w' XHIIII| of I he I'ltlnlutiiri of the
Molly and Gilbert got tired of don Draughon presented his resignation be going Into some other kind of i I 'ii'"I,' of I"'Ii rliln uulih, ,IOIIVIIIIM! In
holding the colored '' Joe and Virginia have Mull. Hill: iinplliutloo
fates j certainly will In'
so they to the work. and still others will be ji mude
council and It wasxcepted going 1 ii : llu' |uixiiHifi"> of 'Inl
been HfiiM or Itinnl
only school publication we moved up with us white folks on I i! i I to new communities to teach, Just || seen a great deal together I'1 Ii'xliliillon the ulmtuiui, "* nf, which In
the back of seat No. 12. I :lately Beware Virginia II he'll I m I""f"" :
have has been what next holds
combined year in store for
with the *r .Vn, .
--- \ii I I n Inline tn K '
--- break > i riilndt'ni'
Okeechobee News for the past two Every once In a while Katherine i, i us we don't know, but we are lookIng your finger over a tennis I Irnhutg 1'1. nil a ilriiliuiifiUlH.
and mid John established contact across forward rocket what will he do to your I ,Utlnv' ,niidi tho lows of
to
years sponsored by the Theta Senior having a band director I 1"'ldll', '
the SyncrasiesINEZ heart? nun iniiiiK' Htimlnir lairi
aisle-full
of people and discussed ; ,.
Beta Club. i and physical education director plllI\+ tliiritn : inlinitlni nag do
the cross-word puzzle on which Dciotliy grows mere beautiful every I'nlni' I f'lu' I'lirpi'mi nml of
MOIW
We feel that the Purple and Gold! j which will add a great dealt ''II' 111,11'1 1 I,1
'I 1 mid (tll"
day. but |mv\iri Snit
they were Perllle. we can't seem to find
cooperating. .
News which 1 Iii published each week cur cunlculum iinll"'* i.r ,tin .'ant"' and ltd Bnnril
In Maron and Eldridge tried to offer II tZELLIEFI :- Now let's I out "ho her special boyfriend Is. '>f ('iiiuinli>di' >m>ri : nrovldln, for
the Okeechobee News has made see if can let you In '. ,
> "Ire null I'ol ,,,I for
ip\ nil like her. ilrilTndgt.
an attempt to unify the school and suggestions op Ithe problem, but II |I Was born in Ft. Pierce Oct. 12 on any of cupld's news around riilniniitliiii. iiroti'i'tliiu end eon;

foster school spirit. Remember an .i their voices proved too weak to 1S24 After five years she moved to school. I know this Jerry was In J I Come on. folks If you! know any "HMilit"ivntli.h nf, (in> ininU within tin1
penetrate the mob. Okeechobee ik'\s be sue: and put it In the news nml for the i 'IIIHITV'iitlmi
army without morale Is a mob. anda where site attended town, and yet June was seen with 'I mil IPM hiimi'iit| of the imtnral r.-
school without spirit Is bedlam Fertile was occupied otherwise school one jear. Then she moved to ''a sailor last week-end. What's the box not later than Monday noon of ."IIIIMM Ih"rr'In 1 ,proUiIlittf for the
r''puniHn ,
anjway-mentally with that absent Indian town each week. and ndnitloii| of n
The paper encourages desirable and attended school matter June, don't you like convertibles ,1 "niliri' hi n,hi. plot of 'ntnntloti' :
school enterprises and activities; f boy and physically with a pMsenI I there five years Lived two and one- I or do you Just prefer ---- y.For llxlnv' mil. liTtiiliilnif the {inneriiiiliurit .

molds and Influences public opinIon !, ger who had Just climbed in the half years in Miami but couldn't sailors? Betty 01' course, prefersI I tt mOH! "r On.\ rn ilnlli'.trli'r ntiil,. iifflci-rn i"III''I"nlioll' unit

; It gives authentic news of the window, Herbert Worth As far as' tay away from 'Chobee so the fam- I jsallois. oh I mean one special sailor C3iory iuintn 1 flxln? and dptcrmlnlnj/ tlwutiioiiiit
we could tell I of flit ml uilnri'tn 'tux slut
from
school to students parents, patrons, the sounds over ily moved back again. ; to all others. he too was home i in "p'p'puar IIIr'hI,.'Ii tin *amsnr

and other schools; serves as a ma-: in L. P. Silvanus, Ruth and Aneta's She is an active member of the I last week end. The .title Cheshire I '\' in 11,, ,1 Unit ,m nmomltnontl
,
dlum of expression of student opln- direction, they were about the third 1:, Senior Class. Ex-member of the sister was quite hap v last week more than etsht store years I j I,ImtiKi'H. M ,uri i'modinmll oiifiMiiiiltiliHthlih in* or poefent-nnnliliiliir

tort: gives opportunity to the stu- layer from the bottom in the aisle Theta Beta Club. i end with Sailor J. P ParkerbOn.i I have been In he banner of hope I I llu, 'lii.iindiirli, '' of the nto.'rl1 .

dent for self-expression and creative Miss Johnson was supposed to be I Favorite dish Is potatoes; Just i i Sho Is nice that he can be stationed und fieedom for teneiation :il 'ec :tl I' I l Ilist l iixoni iiM! or nnv rhnniri of the< ,InfidH iiinoiinl. ''In

work; attempts to develop qualities sitting calmly and contentedly in potatoes, any kind, any way. ,,60 close home Isn't It Doris? I Iteration of Arnei leans. Born Iiurd I : D, lit; flf>rvii> ;.11\\nhlih !II','
s' me soldier's lap but I couldn't'swear i Favorite sport Is volle 'ball. amid the first flanies d America'sfight l 0 nntlinrl'iil" In "'\ mill
of tact, : know and hate to ,
cooperation accuracy tolerance Billy Johnny see luti| ?mMIHI > on ( In' liiiiiln In l'u MirlnninnMmrliliiff '!
responsibility Initiative and to It. i I'd better not) 'I Hobby Is reading and horseback that sailor come to town though for fieedorn I am the symbol ... ',.,wi', ,, Ibi' 1 Imnnnoe ft
Of course, somebody had to be riding. .1 a country that has from C1 ". liiir hand: imnMlnv fur thintlnn -
leadership: records the history of Tiny and Juanita and Juanell grown mid lollprtlon of fix

the school and advertises the under the seat that's why Tiny I I Greatest dislike is snobbish ( ,I and Porky seem to make It a foursome u little group of thirteen colonies I I,r .a5li. tlu> ,'nmppn'Rllnll of Tnn
Inez, Bobby June Gilbert and X'o-I t x "i s. Tnt 'iilioftom fl I
Es- to n n
pie united
a nation
school I quite frequently lately, may- of fortyeightoterlgn I "j',l-t I ..r ,iii.",. rirrnlt' ('", ,,,. .
Your newspaper staff has tried to telle were there. I She plans 'o be a muse some daj be It's gonna happy all over again states. Planted firmly onj i Ih' to'IHntrli '"X"' : doflnlnv, nut
,, When they opened the doors lu and we're ;sure she'll be '' the high pinnacle of i uivtriilnif I the ,lorinlniI '. ?" of
make the school paper Just as described a good one.Students&Faculty\ Charles Hargraves has been seen American faith j I 1.iv"ii rofilliiir t In Minintrltf.

above. However we have Lakeland, everyone fell out Jack I| ___n --V --..- I escorting Betty Mae around quitea my gently fluttering folds have i iuoved "nn riding! (riniitir| 1IT1T. ln"" fit

failed In man respects. We don't and Tiny were forced to fall Intoa bit In the last couple weeks. ande an Inspiration to untold I' .l'i H001"Ida. li "s Vitx i>r of 1'Irrldn.t"It'll Clinptir ts of

feel that It in our fault altogether; I shoe Line chair I'd like to knov I ;! %\ thought: all the time that BettytJP.'s inl.lons: Men have followed me 111t! 1"H. I Chitlir' """,. rnvvn nf W"-
ho'd been I h' i \oi. of 1'l'IT. ( 11ST*.
standing on their to battle 'bR"h.r
pretty wills
because the students of a school 1 i \ heart belonged to that certain an unwavering COUl'i i I i. >' Irt.r'hi,i, vim of Wl..
have the ability to make their I| shOM We nil recovered in \iri-j soldier. II .e. They have looked upon me os'' ,I.I"r i 2Nlsa l.nnn nf )PlvHd.
cui testaments around town and i I. ,.r tIlt. (Chniitoi :Udtlxj Uinv"
school publication just what they j Most or the tacultv are like I the i I Maron and Frank were doubling a symbol of national unity The:: 1",1".h 1 nf 1(111( "ml '"I'''

want It to 'be We are asking that then *er out on our main mission, students! I believe Will be glad i dating last Wednesday night and ]hive prayed that they and their I 'llnililnu. the 1"II.'rllll"r. the
ma kin tour to the 5 & 10 Cent I f r r '" ntl.nturh' ,'I', ,. Apr
fellow "
? a y nS
citizens
every student consider the Purple when t. 'se few weeks are up. No j I you know their dates were Martha might/ continue U i i "i', ." "'I. .r".ii- ((1\ '.1.! ... ifi).
and Gold News as our school's publication I S'o es.0., soon as six of us would Interest Just to go to school. 9 :30( j and Betty. I bet that was an inter- enjoy lite. liberty and pursuit i-l.-i.i.\ I ,'I) VIn'dll' i.IIt..1t! I ?*: through shopping! we'd go "m: of happiness, which have r"1| lTl\ llk'"mciiti I 1111I1.
and contribute something A. M. and can hardly wait for 3.39: ( | esting evening. Course the girls been I' ,ins 1'lirlin ",..'n (' 1 to the next six Issues of It. Whetherit I| In .or figs rest of them and thin P. M. to arrive. I|I are remaining true to their friendsin ranted ''J t. ery American as the hniidr.' I ,n', ("n1) of Milln'l'l I

be a poem, Joke gossip editorialor i I etc mOle would come out. Students keep saying "I don'tcaie. service. heritage of free men. S3 '.z,'tmm .,i. I i im r t Tliri'717 il.iu* ,iitnpnili'it Voiir M> ..,,1

what It Is appreciated Any sug- After too much of this, we weal ." I What's happened to our nice little love jlbert": more than life itself I '1'""',',... ((1") of ",1t1 rhnntir ,''' *S'ml ,
around tl'e Lake of Mirrors sevoril r 'n"'''' nil limi, In r'n'Uet!
gestions you might make In order What's wrong? What If our romance between Haynes and : so long as they treasure thepilfttess '1..111 1111'

to make this publication more Interesting Urn: until we teached the Chic country's leaders and soldiers tooka Ada Jane? E\'erythlng had been I privileges bought with the i > .. i'lIh.n,'. v ..ii .K\ 10'"lw
drier Inls was a spacious lark I olod.1! n, I 1r'! I n ,"' "'ntC'ttA'lr Tls
: our IOl'efaLl'em: sn Ion : -
1 will be appreciated vacation aiuiuae of "I1on.t running so smoothly until all of a .
!'lth several beautiful GIRLS, ch I \ ( rveIrtAhit41)ntt\Al1E: :
I tile; pii.Kiplcs 1 of truth Justice a.i'!
--v care This Is what would happen sudden they won't have anythingto 111"'mrr

mean treis a library full of GIR',S. we'd be defeated before we slatted do with each other. Carter and ( nii.lv for all] remain deeply B., M.MIK II Tr'\'I': ,

Blessed are the merciful: fo, "I dare to take of to be that
you" advantage j Susan still seem wayi -- --- ---- --- -- --
they shall obtain mercy.-Matthew | (-, ; CilRLS; no old women clayIng -
j y the wx< few weeks of school and i about each other. Jo Ann and Mike llnue to be the enduring banner o cannot Indeed give lilts Ood
37.: I cioquet We spent several hours I
make the best of them. Work< hard, are getting to like each other a little the United States of America. I out surely we may fOJ'glUk.. Him.
witching the croquet game.with: e I A\l
OLD GLORY!
------ -- do your school work, be Interested more every day Steine
w'[ irtn.vt.ae golf course around the
In student council newspaper scrap I ,
cciner r traded us next; we justj -- -
book band. glee club TFA Theta i
THIS WEEK
I j mhsed par (50) by an average i[ ,
j Beta, spring football practice, ten- \OTK1 TO f HI.IHTOH. i
2'J points Miss Johnson watched I IN 'i'/me ("WilT i 01' i in: cot" s 'i \ rMPpWDER
I nls swimming scouting and you'll .n in.r':. nM:r<'iiniirr ivn"\"i ii \
to 1' e that we didn't fall in the .
I louiTM i Pra'nr>
see Chat: if you give of -vour bestyoull .
Gilbert TheatreOkeechobee : lit aes In n ( ofKum
; I : : o'p.
!
be surpilsedd how soon May .
I nHIM' : \ ltLV.U'rensed..
i L. P., Sllvanus Gilbert, Bobby I,
28 win be here l .
and Jack tried to buy a taxicab IT.. nil rraft..I". and all I'II .MH I liInir ,.
I I I ----V -- /
[ with a $5 down payment while I ,limn I "r ,liiiiniifU iitfiln! |
nlil e tntp :
John was off posing Estelly J. Tni RtliBFR NOW PRODUCED '
| I V ''n. ami inch "f ) "11. o fl' hctchiintlflpil
Friday & SaturdayLINDA Eldridge, Aneta, and June by the \T IMTF. OF 400 POUNDS: And rinulrpil' tn I'lfHiiif, .inrlnlrnn
and iloiuniirN nhkh M"II. ,,
TO ACRET BF1IE OI.\IE
lake for pictures (glamour style .
'Ith'r ofnil nine' hnvv iivaliml it>,
Katherine and Perllle had Maron (:Inns :if f Klirllll' t II l la tlllMMIII,;, ,:, :. :,llrnl ,. :

DARNELL buying clothes. for them, but no lull' i'f nl'iMphnliM" t'antr. f I or M' ii '
Belle Glacfr, Apr. 29. 'iFNS to Ihn Ilmi 'IV. rmiili... .Ir. rnnnlliiilirp 1 '
I. one knows what happened to the I Florida Is now producing raw rubber of OkiwhiitHi ('..n",) ut Mi.rfltp '

Ruth-Inez-Tiny gang Ask 'em if -not in large quantities but In the ('Oil")' I'"l1rlh''I1'i> In
,
I OI' rhnlicp, nl"MO*'linhoe CounM Floe
"CITY WITHOUT I you wants .know still rubber-according to Dr. A. R. Ida Mllliin liclit month front 'ih" J L

MEN"ROY I After a show, several bowling Nellcr of the State Experiment Sta- ,il.it. ,if the Hut pill, ,Hi'nil,ni hcrinl I
,, ,
,
VII ilnlin" d I | ,
'I i in.11,1. ut nrrsl" "i
games and five bags of Jelly beans tion here. \'ttiln' tin I ,,. '"n.. ,a a.1 1 I In t't., iniiini"

ROGERS |I'e' found that we still had tickets The yield from Russian dandelions I".rll.,1! h'r'I"b" ) .,. Irl'I, I "
,,,
ll"d '
1'1' ta III"
In I to Okeechobee. We decided to go in the Everglades Is about 400( lnl"lInrrh, nth, A. 11. 1111:

I home since cash resources were nil pounds to the acre and still Grow- \\\1t.1.I.\ 11 IHli 'IIilmliliiirnriir i'

"ROMANCE ON THE I On ,the way back everyone acknowledged ing, he said. This is a higher pro- .\> .\ '?HIM' I"ntnm .,,n, I Iin
,
in xii nf tll, INlnli, nf i Kullil;: '"
RANGE" the comfoit of being duction than ever has been reported 1"\'lIrlllnn. HIT,'nm'rt' : '

under only five people by going to from Russia. The seed came ..- ___ 1is 1.

Also: Pathe News I sleep. Bobby and Silvanus climbed from Russia and was sown on five -4c
to be with Gilbert and L. P. on 'i'IIP; finrrtT i ni'in" 01
up and'a half acres to test the abilityof
his
Teddy Powell and I 1 1'I in \I\111" i n 1111'111 I. ti 1 '
the luggage shelf. Some of us sill Florida soil and climate to ('I in 1110'i i'UK I : sr\ \in 01"' I

Orchestra 1 bear the marks of their ascension 'oduce ruber from this source. .''1.111111'IS .\I|II full cikl 1-:1::I:
p: ; i iiniii':i: i I'ur s M'. I n (uuii\
Blissfully rinding Into the night and results prove the emergency I 'IN i t'1IA\1'Islt'. I

with nothing doing except a Sweet possibility of the crop Dr. Neller I 1'>ll:!>XAIfl: : I I.. Hill I

Sunday & Monday Adlellne Sextet Tlny's lulla-bye to tita tcs. '1..1 'II. '11\1':111011 I: : I UK I ,i

Molly and Silvanus' version of _. V NIK WI'\'n: ul' unit I I
-
I i in i 1 itr.: :: (tni 1
"Dark Eyes"-we Invaded Okeecno- LEGISLATORS OF STATE ':io'Ir.Nil: : nr; sinsi : :) I Ii

bee at 2:30: a. m. Saturday. Again ;'; Mr:' : i MIVVIN' i.A n
PAULETTE GODDARD SEEM: DETERMINED: TO I I i 'UN ritnvsi ;Kin 1 or: : I
RAY MILLARDIn Jack and Tlny's shoes needed shining linE NO NEW TAXES ::01111'' I I ::011'\1'1:. .1. 1'11" I I
but I still don't know why. I W.\'I'!>toX1'1'1 iI tI, E\: 1 ,
;
I :
I Say aten't yoU sorry you didn't rNW''I11'N| I ;' : 1: I II

"THE CRYSTAL come along with the Seniors on Tallahassee Apr. 29. iFNS) i i in VIXSII, .\ii ell'rt'rte('"\I\i ":St| e>\KU ni' 1 ('*1,1., N.I '-1-i"
I
, I their Skip over to Lakeland"? There is a definite trend in this |I HUH :SI'VII:, HH and, i I Iinii'

BALL"Also ._ legislature, to cut out non-essential i <,illiilln? hip 'Iglu'I t. ) I c "
--- --VStudent I' '
j ;m: :x in run IX. i \A\\\
and discontinue ser
expenditures \
: Late News 'I'E:KN vi I. I ii'It/IVI'i:. I
CouncilWe've \lces with the view of saving money I "Xl' 1'1'111: ( IK Till: I \

Sptlal.T: TilE FRONT: : for the taxpayer. "'i'.\IK: ()to' i.'1.1'1111'.1.i-iniiiiiii.' 1, I

I\ :NORTHFRICA" I The recent action in doing away I i 1 v.. I

Cuban Rhythm sorta been asleep on theJab .wlUv the state financial decennialI I 11111'1.\I' M',I.\ir ltslliiiow ..u I. 1 I 1I I .ee1 i BREAK BOTTLENECKS

i agricultural census is one step In '!I flMllllltltM, )
lately, but we promise that I' I' I
we're about to get over the sprin that direction and Repiesentatlve' ;\IIru h OF tit-'rt.lre, vnNOIICK :

Sanchez estimate it will result in : : IS IIKIIHIV: : : I
fever now, and we really made urnIhn'::
Wednesday a. saving oi close to $100000 in pay- j I under,, mid liv; ilumiif that "rllIl" linn: '
some big plans at this week's meetIng d h''r'p lii-ri-toforn PIII| 'n-d In this muni
and we're going to show you ments to enumerators. "II l II hi'Mil din nf' 1Ir"h. .\ Ii' 1:11.1.1\ ,

how things done Several ether 'bills have been In- |I. HIM nmliTHliriii-il, !SM-Hnl| Mimtt-r "will I SHE'S th. pest of the powdr
we can really get In"'\\"rs'a tin' huiiI |ni\m' uf Biilion l tli room-sh
"ONE OF around school. troduced which if passed will effect Ird doe' ,< Mnv' .1. Il I'.lll\ : hcfutv thi' prolong primping. But th r* ian't tim. for

AIRCRAFT IS Tuesday morning at our regular substantial saving through con ronrthoiiiii'nMtern front ut door )of thu Sourly, that today. Powder win
OUR solidation of departments, elimination I1k..h"lopp. 1"'nr"lo. wan on th. battl
,
meeting we planned the followingthings it ir for null and' spit to thhhrh....,
front
MISSING"With of duplicated effort or abolishment nod. best bidder fur "'s sit tin Fighting men and wax workers mutt
: activities alto- ,ih m rlhoil. roiirlr|, lutntod m'f"II""IIIl// be on time. Buss have been
Representatives from the stu- of certain I j III OkeiM "",,,... I'tiiintr. rlorldn ilowd down

the R A. F. dent Council are to be ushers at 'I get her From tho Went Hum,,01. .k inmindi-r, norMIT to iav tii.i-that xnaana time must not b.
on HIM if '
MIO :nj
Also: Select Short Subjects the baccalaureate sermon. Leaders In both the House and :'IT 8. It. :'II J:., run !9. v> ".It. T.n waited at but top. if fchtduUi art to bmaintained. .
Arm in their conviction III In H IWIH1 fret
Senate are on and nliuiu
definite i
We must decide on some .
tho Hum'oik umnulfr
room in which to store our books. I that governmental costs can be cut of bpfflnnlnc. 'Ilionw, linn S .f 0 to' a polnl 81
4 to the end turn I 1:. ; F.'I
Mr Williams discussed the bUildIIng' in numerous directions limilf'it Ihi'iHi I1H7 I ?! MX \rnt
.
Coming AttractionsMy t : ihi'iiii* North o din. '.'1 inln
need be Imposed Standard Oil
of the barbecue pit. He sug- that no new taxes \\'. 0119re: tn thi' Iliinioik Service Sla.
V nii'miilor lln : Thonci. V si deg Phone 16 M AY33
--
P. T.0. to --
that the
gested we ask <1 mln' \\', tats..T I...-t to thi- point I NrI
finance the building of it. For Mercy. Courage, Kindness of bi-grlinilnu, I'onlnlnlnK/ 'X.I7: '
Gal Sal ni-ri-i, 10 ... MIAMI IEACI III OusT
Mr. Williams also discussed the nine nr Ml Ivlnir and :; ;
r4
Mirth
bring" In SIT. :ti: T. :IT S. II 31 8"8Wlll .
Footlight Serenade cleaning up of the building such There Is no measure upon I'nut: Klorldns ('onnt. )' of OldMchohie, Mtutcof I PHONE avtoaA.8,1813 p l v<
Wa-thlnrton Slept Here as varnishing desks and makingthe earth;
George li| l'' will h Hold In m-ionl ;
White Carp school building look a llttle, Nay. they wither, root and stem. nnrii. .r.rh'* term of fiiilil wool, : it:

more presentable, and one to be If an end be set to them.Laurence i mild pi- and llnnl to,,,-.-Mnll0l1.,.... thn trims of thi

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Home Service. I'll say it was home
last year everybody did.Didn't service Just ask my missus. F fr l

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ages, knitting sweaters, and the likthat's J
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was for it just as a matter of course. t.
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year seen .j
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a things happening a r'b
the Red Cross at work.
since. The war's come terribly close. "
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If you've a boy out there
got
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the night of the big fire, when a lot
know what I '
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of the boys were laid out cold,
Last week we got a letter from
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Sergeant Ben that his mother W +.,
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take a million for. Between
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the lines, you can tell that !
with first aid, and with an ambu .
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P lance and canteen and a bunch ol w
everything they've got and taking it ;
and who knew what
men women to
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do and how to do it. I'll lay they g''' s, "
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were good. another Red Cross
me angle
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his job and goes to soldiering, I get his bunch have gone right through .
another angle on the Red Cross. '
with my boy's outfit. Been in the '
Get it in a letter from a Red Cross "" a
hottest spots in every show with
guy who'd set up shop in Ben' them Not with guns, but doing a lot 'l e

camp. Opened my eyes to a lot of of other things that add up, too. J.

things about my own boy that I They're there with what's needed '
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needed like
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of worries with him into the army. at that fire of ours. With the kind of
And this Mr. Field Director seems
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man's troubles and! Joing something "Dad" writes Ben, "Think of the l

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