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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: May 7, 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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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 82, no. 91 (Sept. 13, 1992).
General Note: "The voice of the Everglades."
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 6, no. 24 (Jan. 8, 1926).
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Okeechobee Florida Friday May 7 1943 Price Five Cents
Volume 28-Number 46 ,

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Co. Commissioners : V. L. S\IITIII'\8SEO: AWAY : Champion Trick Rider Here with Rodeo May 29-30 MOTHERS FIRST BAPTIST DAY PROGRAM CIIIRCII News Of Our Boysin

| HERE TUESDAY NIGHT
. .. .. \NEXT SUNDAY MORNINGThe
i LONG ILLNESSV ''
i AFTER .. <.$N.Y'Y..; ,. .: ; ;. '. ..r.' .: '." ....- Various
": : : .. : .-, .. ) CampsAt
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Transact BusinessIn .zHi L .:.:: .". ., >' Girls Choir will render
1 L. Smith passed away here 'I' ::>I: \.l ;ff' .:\..). ..'f- '''l' special musical numbers during the
after a long Illness.
Tuesday night morning worship Sunday morningat Home & Abroad
Regular SessionThe 1, He was born In Columbia S. C., : <, f : : :,, ,; ..:;\ the First Baptist Church under
September 23, 1871, but moved to r 'fJ. ,. ,.,
the direction of Mrs. Merle Bartlett -
Florida when a young man and was I. .. '. An anthem will be sung by Mrs. Evelyn Brett Is In receipt of
the Florida East Coast
Board of County Commissioners I employed by the entire choir, and "Mother Ma- a letter from her son Howard
Railroad for number of ,
of Okeechobee County, Flor a years chree" will be sung as a duet by Seville In which he says that his

ida, met In regular session Monday, ':, Funeral services were conducted j Misses Betty Barber and Sylvia now stationed at the naval training

May 3 1943, at 10:00: A. M. for him Wednesday afternoon atthe i:: Snell. A special Mother's Day sermon station at Bainbridge, Md., and
Okeechobee with Rev
Present were: Chairman C. F. I cemetery In ,t will be brought by Rev. D. O. that he Is getting along fine
Walker; Commissioners Ernest Hil- I Howell of the Methodist church d afaf Alderman.The S.S
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Hard, R. E Bass, C. E. Drawdy andB. i charge. First Baptist Church wishes Mrs. Joe Pease is In receipt of a

C. Swain; Sheriff L. L. Conrad; 1 -v (D remind all the members and letter this week from Mr. Pease In

County Attorney T. W. Conely. Jr.. I Music Class Will I their friends of Homecoming, on Which he says that he has been

and Clerk Roy R. Raulerson. I May 23. We are expecting Brother transferred to Camp Shenango,

Upon motion by Commissioner i Dunklln to be with us again this I Greenville, Penn. In his letter he

Hlllla.rd duly seconded by Commissioner i Give Recital ToniteThe I rear to greet his old friends. says he Is getting along fine but
Drawdy the minutes of the I --V I II would like very much to be backIn

meetings held during the month of Okeechobee.

April were read and approved Music department of the I Mrs. Pearce Says 1 1 .

Report of Marks and Brands for I 1 Okechobee schools will present the i iA The Okeechobee News Is In receipt .

District No.: 4 was received and ordered following program in the school i Bonds In New High of Information from Maxwell

filed In the office of the Clerk I auditorium Friday evening. May 7, : Field, Alabama, that Donald Barber

of the Circuit Court. at 8:30: o'clock. The public is cordially i I son of Mr and Mrs. J. L.

The Financial Statement showing : Invited to attend. Barber, has completed his training
1 Sales of War Bonds and stamps
balances of April 30, 1943. was presented Program at that place and has been sent to
reached a new high for the month I
as follows: I IGent'ral 1. Dance of the Sunbeams (Cad- Southern Aviation School at Camden -
C of April at the schools. Total sales
Fund S 4.539 33 man). Laura Maye Campbell Carol y' Mf3'H t+ I S. C. where he Is taking advanced
f1G' t bonds .
k : > was $7,59550 This was ex-
Fine & Forfeiture Fund 2.330.119 I Domer. training with the aviation
| elusive of the amount of stamps I I
Road & Bride Fund 3.71843
2. At the Recruiting Station.At corps
sold which several hundred
Agricultural Fund 41990Mo.h.er's the Officer's Ball Thompson), BILLY KEENE I dollars Many was stamp albums were I,I 1
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Pension Fund Markham. The Boromel family received a
Tommy ,
filled and turned in at the post- I
OuU'anding Indebtedness 86571 3 Country Gardens (Art King). t. K.nlier R e. C. W. Winkler, I letter this week from Fred Boro
Publicity Fund 80 Marion Lee Whiddon. % and Mrs W. B. Jennie Carter of West Palm Beach rfflee around but many only more partly are filled still layIng and- I mel who Is with the naval forcesIn

1936 Tax Adjustment Fund 8 75 4. Dancing Puppets (Hellnrd). Mattie Etheredge of DeSoto North Africa In which he says
Please fill
Race Track Fund 8.00000 doing nobody any good. I he Is getting along fine and
Elizabeth Swain. Citv Nora M. Webster of De Soto hopes
r Married
Jennings all your albums and exchange them
Jail Repair Fund 6383 :n. Little Spring Song (Thom- city Mrs. W. A. Lawson, Mrs. L. for bonds which will then start I to be home soon. Fred says he has
Court House Repair Fund 1875 pson). Mary Ellen Wright E Jennings of Miami, Billy Jennings gained weight since he Joined the
dividend.
1940! Gen. Refunding F'd 12.21345 6. Amaryllis (Art. King). Wanda Fifty Years TUBS of Miami, Mrs E. U. Good- paying you a good I navy. He now weighs 175 pounds.
The $10 In prizes offered by the i 1 t
Ntx. '. in Mrs F. W. Gander:: Mis Roy !
Okeeohobee Civic Club
was won by
Total 32183.74 7 In Schubert's Day 'Krentz- ; ..au"holMrs.. D. J. Hunt, Dr and Joseph C. Evans, son of Chief and
Sheriff surety bonds for 1 i, the following students: I Mrs. R. C. Evans returned to his
,
Deputy ;11'* Carol Hancock. An outstanding event of ;the last ors T. T. Ccleman, ( In the elementary school first
the following State Road Department 8 Simple Aven (Thome). Nancy week was the celebration of the W. A. Lawson, Mrs. J. H. McCianie orlze of $300 was won by Nick I home here this week from the
Bridge Tenders were presented ; Boettger. iiltlcih wedding anniversary of Mr. I Mrs W. E. DeVore. Carol army. He was granted an honor
Buromel and second prize of $2
and approved by the Board withstandard I 9. Hungarian Rhapsodies No. 2 and Mrs W B. Jennings. 'long time DcVore. Esther! DeVore, Penny De- went to Jackie Harvey. able discharge from the army In

Accident Insurance Co. i i Arr. Thompson)), Ernestine Hunt. residents of Okeechobee. V re. Man Howell. Mrs. Wm. G. The prize winners in the high Massachusetts due to an asthma

Detroit. Mich., as Surety: Joseph I 10. Harlequin Serenade Smith), They were married in Sumner.O".rll'la. R Lo: Winter Haven Fla.. Mrs A. school were first prize $3. Sim condition. .
Harden and I SS.The
T. Alderman Carey E. 1 Marv Howell. H Amerine Charles Cornelius.
May 4th 1893. They have :Martin and second prize of $2 was
,
Vernon S. Arnold. I 11. Frlvolette (Klemm), Alberta jived In Georgia and Florida mov- John Net, Jack Wolff, Jo How- I 1 A tie and divided between Mary Okeechobee News Is In receipt -
vouchers were approved letter from Mr. and Mrs.
following of
The Louthan. ell. Mary Howell. a
in:? to Okeechobee 25 years ago Virginia Swain and Marlon Martin
and ordered paid whenfunds I 12. v-- [ Leo Greenberger In which they say
Carnival Capers (King), Laura Mrs. Jennings has been an untirIng I .
available: arrived at Fort Riley, Kansas,
are Maye Campbell. worker in the Methodist church Club Led In The three theatre passes to the 1 they
GENERAL FUND 13. Drifting Blossoms (OVerdale), Mr. Jennings has devoted his timeto Lions Gilbert Theatre which was donatedby Saturday afternoon and were met

C. F. Walker, Sal. Co. I Futh Fulford. farming in this section. I the Okeechobee Lions Club to at the station by their son Teddy

Comm., April $ 50.00 14 Valse Romantlque (Federer! ), Their children, Mr. and Mrs. L. Sale of War Bonds the students selling the largest who at Is that In the United The States letter cavalry also-
place.
Ernest Hilliard. Sal. Co. I Fare Abney E. Jennings, Miami, and Mr. and amount of bonds .Sot the month

Comm. April 5000 15. Elegle (Massenet. ), Alene) urs J. Louie Career, planned the ....... --.-- I,pere von by the following; promoted says that to'Teddy the.has rank recently of corporal been

R E; Bass Sal. Co. Yates. Golden Wedding" with a localwolrmMww I news is the best wordy rtrjt. prize was awarded to Fran- .... '.. .
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a s+ .f'\-1\J.M .J Y
118'l
M.l'
.1o. N.t $ <
. "**Ororn..i April_..,,...*.....;+xta... 'lOft, ,.1rw..?SR.B;,.. vr..tl1oJ. Il_, lml. Mr'0Nftrgs4of of eugs'....'rue M1rI ref'*tota'r"W5ys' on'the I Cass] Kiilht; seconcrprlte,101'lrgintaParkerson V :

C E Drawdv.. Sal. Co ''I' Domer. ments here, Mrs. Ernest Hunt and fi.'hll11g fronts of the world I and third prize ,to Dorothy -

Comm. .01'11. 5000 17. In Old Seville (Smith). Susan Miss Jo Parrish, assisted b> Mrs. >11news of our achievements Sellers. George W. Walker

B. C. Swain Sal. Co. Hancock. '1'V. Conely and Mrs. S. C. C:>\-- ere on the home front. What we : Two other students were so close I

Comm. April 5000 18. Coming 'of Spring (Browcrs)). relius. are doing to keep civilian morale' In the roundup that they were each I
R. Raulerson. Sal Clerk I Anna Jane Evans. The Annex the Methodist month's Died Last Friday
Roy of and above all what we are doing awarded with a one pass
Co Comm. April 145.10T. 19. Song, When Paw Was Courtin'Maw. U \. rch was 'beautifully decorated with our wat profits and Increased I to the theatre. These were Mollie j I

W Conely Jr.. Sal. Co. I Nancy Boettger, Ernestine t-lth Easter miles and Queen Ann's ,..comes Boettger and Phyllss Cason. All |I

Attorney April 5000 Hunt. Lace and several varieties of fern For the average citizen the War I orlzes were awarded at the Gilbert Georje Washington Walker passed

T. W Conely, Jr., Sal. Co. I 20. Grand Valse Brilliant (Kren- were used in carrying out the motif .avlngs Bond is still the best Investment Theatre last Saturday night.I away at his home last Friday

Judge. April 121.10 tzlln), Mollie Boettger. J! white green and yellow. In the world and one that wish to thank all those who I afternoon at 3:40: p. m.. April 30

Bessie Alderman. Sal. Tax 21. Russian Dance Englemann), Sarah and Joseph Howell played wilt afford cheer to our fighting helped in any way to make this 1943 He was ,born In Clay county,

Collector April 121.10 McKinster Roe. piano and violin of old time music forces and future assurance lor the drive' the success It was. Florida, Feb. 4, 1870. From Clay
Robert La Martin Sal. Tax I, 22 Punchinello i Herbert), Jo Ann Js the guests were assembling. 'I holder. Additional Prizes for May I County he moved with his parents

Assessor April 12110 B"rka. "Silver Threads Among the The news of the wonderful sue.ess Mr. Gilbert Culbreth announces I to Kissimmee; from there they

O. C. Durrance Sal. Act. 23. The Swan Saint Sains), Ada Gold" was sung by T. W. Conely .' of the Second War Loan will >!if' will give a two months pass to moved to Bassenger. There he

Pros. Atty. April 74 10 Jane Cason. Jr. and Rev. W. R. Howell per- ac 'he finest tonic In the world to the boy or girl selling the largest I married Miss Mary Thomas and
I,
J. L C?,indler. Sal. 24. Concert March Caprice (Rolfe) .ormed the Golden Wedding ceremony all those who are away doing their amount of War Bonds during the they raised five girl children; they

Janitor. April 1410V Virginia Lee Culbret.h.I declaring that as the first part. The boys of Okeechobee countv month of May. So boys and girls are Mrs. Lillian Chandler of Bas-

R Margraves. Sal. Supr. I 25. Danse Ecossalse (Baker), Ellis !fifty years were said to be the can well be proud of the support get busy. singer. Mrs. Martha Alderman of

Rt'<\'b.. A"ril 4000 I DrauThon. "worst" the best wishes and blessings 'iven them not only last month Mrs. Austin Pearce, chairman Okeechobee. Mrs. Ruby Benson of

Vlntorv Tax Fund.\ Victory : 26. Valse Caprice (Newland), Bes- of their friends went with hut every month, by their friends Women's Division Lake Worth, Mrs. Lollle Smith of

tux deductions 1840 sic Mae Raifsnlder. 'hem for the next "fifty". Mrs. and relatives here at home. War Savings Committee Okeechobee and Mrs. Blanche

smt t Tuberculosis San.. Hosp. I 27. Witches Dance (MacDowell McCranie played the traditional' The total purchases of War V I Raulerson of Okeechobee.

Pr"n' Oainous for Mav 2852 Sarah Howelll. wedding marches, processional and Bonds last month in Okeechobee I His wife having died, he moved

Fl'rtda Power & Light Co., I 28. Valse (Chopin) Betty Barber. recessional. The entire group then county was $27,68050, which was Keen Rodeo Here to Okeechobee. Here he married

>-. C H. & Jail. April 1506 I"i 29. The Bumble Bee (RimskyKorsakoff joined In congratulating and singIng more than three thousand dollars I Miss Louise Prescott and they have

John T. Mapel. Labor end ), Sylvia Snell. appropriate songs to the happy over our county quota. The new four children, two boys end two

material :for elec. sere I 30. Country Gardens (Grainger), couple.A quota for May is $10.800. This seems May 29 and 30 I girls. They are Mable Doyle, Thel-
Fertile Hunt, Ellis Draughon.
County Alrpot 100.00 musical program was then pre- rather easy after the large quota ma and Sidney
Ma'on'< Ice Delivery j 31 Malaguena Lecuona), Betty sented Including appropriate songs last month but we will all have to Besides these he Is survived by

Ira coupons 2.90 Barber. Sylvia Snell. and readings Those taking part keel on buying and buying to hold A real Western Rodeo and Horse i twen'y-one grandchildren and six

MM Eula Storman BasslngerSch i' 32. Garden of Roses (Retter), were Mrs. Rae Boettger, T. W. our fine record. Races will be staged May 29th and i great-grarfcohfldren. Also four
up
Cafe 2500 :'To A Wild Rose (MacDowell), only: Jr., Perllee Hunt, Alberta One of the surest barometers for 30th (Decoration Day) at the Okee brothers J, Hardy Walker, Sr, of

Inter Co. Tel. & Tel. Co., Roses from the South (Strauss), Louthbn, Nancy Boettger, Ernest gauging our achievements Is the chobee Airport at 3 p. m. dally Okeechobee J. M. Walker of Lox-
I
Tp1.! Co. J. and Jail. April 17.01 I Girls' Glee Club. Inc Hunt and Carol Devore. Mr. record of our savings and the sums There will be calf roping, bulldogging ahatchee, W. F. Walker of Basslntrer. -

L L Conrad, attend. Co. Announcement Conely added to the fun of the occasion we Invest In War Savings Bonds I steer riding and horse and L H. Walker of Fellamere

Comm.. April 800 i The Music Dt'plLrtment111 present with several humorous Incidents now offered by the Treasury De racing, including thrills and spills Fla. And five sisters: Mrs. Jane
The Hnmminst Bird Press. i Perilee Hunt In her Certificate In the life of Mr and Mrs. partment. galore. Crews of Punta Gorda. Mrs Lena

print! Marks & brands li I Piano Recital Friday evening, May Jennings. I The standing of the clubs In { These events will be an open con- Alderman of Deland Mrs. Mattie

books 13.75 21st 8:30: o'clock." ._ I I Charles Cornelius presented Mr. competition for sales of bonds last test in which anyone may enter,' Pearce of Okeechobee, Mrs. Mamie

County Welfare Board I ---- and Mrs. Jennings with many love- month are as follows: I and prize money offered in each'I Alderman of Okeechobee and Mrs

relief allowances 350.00.I E. H. Walston and son Herbertof ly gifts, tokens of esteem from their Okeechobee Lions Club $12,187.00 event, Anyone having a wild horse Louanna Underhlll of OkeechObee..
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The H & W. B. Drew Co., Clewiston, spent Saturday night many friends. Women's Division I may bring it to the rodeo to be The pall bearers were. J. H. Wal
officials 2407 and Sunday In Okeechobee attend ( the free of ker Jr., C. ". Walker, C. W Walker -
mipollw Co. Mrs. Roy Draughan presidedover (at the schools) 7,595.50 ridden by cowboys |
Mrs. B. E. Alsobrook prof, I ing to business and seeing friends. I the punch table which was Okeechobee Civic Club 6,37575 chargeIn Hughlen Walker, Wade Walker

services Dr B. E. Alsobrook 6.00 V covered with a beautiful hand- Future Farmers addition to this there will be and R. E. Pearce, all of Okee-

PINT' *r FRFEITURE FUND I Permanent positions open In essential made cloth covered with a three of America .. 1000.00 trick riders trick and fancy rop chobee,

T W. Conelv Jr I Industry for first class tiered golden cake. Mrs. W. F. of special prizes awarded ers, clowns, horse roping and edu- George W. Walker was a ember
A report
sM Juvenile J.. April S 1500 welder, machinist, automobile and Zander and Mrs. W. A. Lawson to the elementary and high cated horse act. of the CHurch of the Brethren of

T W Conely. Jr.. I tractor mechanics. In applying ternated In pouring tea at ai-I school students appears In another The highlight of the (program Okkeechobee and took a very act

docket fees. April 1400 I state qualifications record of employment 'beautifully appointed tea table article In this issue. will be that world famous Roman ive part In the church. His passing

Row R. Raul rson, cost bills I and draft status. Write i Its silver service and covered withan appreciative to every '' Jumping act, where Billy Keen will 'be missed not only by his
I
Co Ct. Ct.. April 8.80 wire or call Okeechobee News office! Imported embroidered cloth. one am who very so willingly helped on this takes two horses with a foot upon friends and loved ones but by all

O C. Durrance. conv. i i Mrs. A. J. Van Berkum of West largest quota and also to the the back of each horse running at who had the chance to know him.

fees April 800 I I Palm Beach was in charge of the our who Invested so freely to help Breakneck speed and Jumps them Rev. 'F. M. HolJetiberg of the
Dlsts. 2 and 3 . 12590Scharfschwerdt many I officiated at funeral services
L. L Conrad cost bills I I 1 nifst book I over a standard size automobile.The Brethren
success.
IIhP'"ifT..prll ... 20239 Bros. nails, I' I I make it a LOAN stock will be furnished by Judge Oonely had charge of
I I present: their lives,
were GIVE you
The following They
.. .. 1600
Dist. No.2. I
FUND Fla. music. The body was laid to
ROAD & BRIDGE I I I Nellie! May Cornelius, Eva I Oscar Clements of Venus, the
Pav Roll Dist. NO. 4. labor .. $ 39 40 I J. B. Storman gas, Dist. No. 2 2-40 Mrs. David W. Cassel. I II I your money. The rodeo will be sponsored by rest In the Bassinger Cemetery.
Pav Roll Dist No.3, tractor Gilbert Culbreth gas oil and Mae Williams, W. R. Page, chairman, I the Civic Club for the benefit of
I I I Martha A. Conely,
Fertile Hunt, I War ---- ------
142.20 battery, Dlsts. 2 & 3 .. .... 25.15 Okeechobee County ,
work fund.
the
& Grader Parrish war
Miss Jo
Pay Roll Dist. No. 3. labor 85.50 Victory Tax Fund, Victory Mrs W A. Moore, Olf- Savings Committee This rodeo Is the first to appear contests are urged to contact Billy

8 C. Paige gas and oil I'" tax deductions ... ...... .. .. .. 1.80 I Mrs.ford C.Mrs.F. Harry Jenkins Elledge, Kathryn, Mrs. R. V I here this year and It Is sincerely Keene or leave word at the cafe or

Dist. No.4. ... 10.11 AGRICULTURAL FUND E. Link. Mrs. Sam Davis Mrs. J Louie Carter and Mrs. A. expected to be a top noteher and filling station of T, H. Nix
O. K. Oara &; Machine 1 C. A. Fulford, sal Co. 'I Mrs. K. E. J. VanBerkum of West Palm Beach J looked forward to toe built up In V
Shop, material Dis' No. 3 14 80Scharfschwerdt I' Agent, April............. ...... ...... 98.10 Mrs Wm. W.Sommer R. Howell, Bryant returned to their homes there Wed 'I' the years to follow. Mrs. Morris Barnett spent Saturdv .
Stello, Mrs.
Bros.. J. S. Underhill, recordingfees several will be preceeded by a and Sunday In Jacksonville
I Hancock. Susan nesday after spending days The rodeo
material Dist. No.3............ 1.25 I April............................. .30.00 I Bowden Carol Mrs. James Hancock, Mrs. Omar here. They came here to attend colorful parade through the city at with Mr. Barnett who Is employed

Standard Oil Co., fuel, Dist. Victory Tax Fund Victorytax and Mason of I the golden wedding anniversary of I I 11 < m. May 29. by the Seaboard Railroad at that
......................... 1.90 Hunt, Mrs. Robert F. i.
No.3. .. .................................. 1-88 deduction .. Sebring, Mrs. Hiram Raulerson Mr. and Mrs. W B. Jennings All riders who wish U enter the place.
Bored Lumber Co. lumber, V- 10

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TWO THE: : OEXECBOBEI: NEWS FRIDAY MAY 7. 1913C0feccrluliec

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Peace and Canstable: in counties NOTICE D..rfpl\oD Amount ot
of Land Sec Anr, Ol\'ner 'l'u. "coot
Twp nie. 1'-
1TrtuPublished where such offices are considered I

| unnecessary Such action would NOTICE' IS IIKHEI1Y GIVEN that the fnllowInK' ,di..crlbe.| lands will be l1t.\T: Co.L.\ln'I II/lJ eti "lit or pi et cone.Iand .

old at public auction on the First day of Jam. A. P IO :I. at the CourtHouse i Lake Front
and lute.17 38 86Blk
Friday by the mess up a lot of playhouses I the Countr nf Okeeebnhee, State of Flnrldn. to |MIthe nmnnnt due
Every
can be depended upon to meet bitter for taxes herein pet opposite to the name, together with all cost of such tM Lot 2.1 .....-. ii Arthur Brl.uooe ..........- .05 .
Okeechobee News CO., at Okeecho- opposition from the guardiansof and idvertlilmi. Said sale to beiln it 12 o'clock Noon. Lot 13 _._- 4 e, M. lIoruety ......-..-._. ,111

bee. Okeechobee County, Florida. I Detrrlptlon Amount of Lute 1, 2,a ...... 9 V. 1.1. Branch .....___ 1.07. JI
such offices who anticipatedsuch ot Land Sec Twp. IIr. Acr Owner Tax. ft Com I ('n\ ER 1l1U1I1.8, 11/0 0' I

a move Collins' proposal will 11'I: 'of l4 ofN 1-14 Nee D, E ur lilt 31 311 .
BRYANT BOWDEN ...... Editor \\' ,' n ..- 1 :1\: : :l2:1f1: A. .T, Silunlilt' ._L_-$ 2 1* Blk "

--- -. -- meet with favor In many sections W'4: .... 4 :1\: ::12 75 O. A. Iliiflman 431: Lot 23 ____.__... 4 np.bpt F.. Walker .......... .T1 t
Entered second class matter and Justices and Constables willhave $It'4' 33 n9 1110' Anton T, Si'lilnl.lt 8,11 I Lots 1 and :2 _... 24 Ida It. Hllllnllb, Ei6-------. .71 i ,

as to do if SI:, of Si'i fit Lot.) A and R .... flO 7F. GlIlII u........_....... ..71I.ol
July 1. 1914 at the Post Office In a lot of explaining 511 I'I _.. ____.00 20 ::13 U 111 Jump tt Ervln Thnrnni .. .. 1.40 ) It and 12._ :10 iI. y 11'011"' __n........._. ..T1I .

under the they hope to satisfy hard boiled !Sly of Mtn ofNII4 lot :22 _..._....._ ell 111. L. Bltea ....___..._ .11. f '.
\ Florida
Okeechobe, committees 20 :11: 32 40 U. r.. Bees ..-.. 2 vs.tunica Leta 1 and :2 .... 11 J. E. ;lnee. .._....._._.._ .71
Act of March 8, 1879.SUBSCRIPTION. Senate and House S\\4 atF11'I' __ 2t ::1:1: 31 41 \ 1'rvln Thomas .... 2 USo Lute 21 and 22.. T4 ltngh Y. lirllllllil ...._.-..- ..50I'ITIR 4
_. lass 10 and' 11 .. 21 III :12 411 VV llilfflth 2M
-- --- I I Lot ....nn_ 2:1: In :12 "o .Anna J K. M Pallne 1 nn j : 1(51 LER"ON 5/i) 0'M
RATE Representative Buck Hancock I 1..1 R __ .__._.__ 2' 88 ::12 2 0 f'linn. F.. ltrllow.--..._ 1 Ml Govt late 1 and 1 AU 81 I I
.. 17 :1:1: :a3 40 lilt)" V.nte .....__.. 22S 1.01. I. 2, 3, E tb"
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One year In advance .. ...... .. $2.00 !Us still gunning for state boards and I Tads ::t and 22 .- 4 I. :140: 0, '1\'. Hi-dull' ... _._. 25nllinii "f lot 33 ...... 2 0..0. SL Tyenn F..t. ..._... 884 j

Six months In advance ... 100 commissions. He has Introduced I Lot 1J .___n.:1: II: 113 20 \ ITnlmni .............. 120) CI"'IIOJlEE: CITY ,
.75 I them I Lot 11 _. ._ _..- 1'1 III :13 211 Mnllv Itnnk ..._ 12"Iot Ulk. I
Three months In advance ...... abolish number
bills to a of ......_. 120) .. ...
r. .. .641
1 I n n_._"." '_ 1'1 II 111 211 II I lureiilinnnh' Lot 211 .__._._... BII'Io" WIII'r 1
and this week urged his colleagues 1"te 29 nllli 30 22 :II ::11 40 1'nkniinn ... ._..__n 22* Lola' I to 4 h.c.. 14 r. E. Ulnae ..__..-...._.._ 1.0f\\

Advertising bills are payable on ''to measure that would' 11 A .__.._.___.. 2:1 I. :t1 20 'II M Wllllnmi 12(1 I.or 20 .___.-._.... $6 1P. 3. Duane ...._.._. .ftll nLut
[ support a 1.ot 't ._... .__._ YI:' I. :IS 20 nkiirmn .........._u I '"iT'nkiupwn 211)) ._._.__... 4J Will Tinghse "il0"...__ 1.21
the first of each month. Parties I wipe out the State Parole Commission fol 11 __._..._00 t'9 34 ::1.1 20 .................... 12"'i I."to I end :2 .... 49 n C. Boyklo .........-__ .ML"t
unknown to publishers required to 1 While a lot of folks have gone I of 10 __ .u_... Z1 34 33 20 C. C. Untie .._....._ 1.I1: 7 ._nn__ 71\ I'nknown _._..._._......... .M
N 4 11.1'1" ot illS I 'ti II "nt 4 __n.. 110 11. I1 B'mis, F..t ..__'_._.u. 1.3"
pay in advance. I down the line" with Buck insofaras of Lot 21 __._ 2'1 JI 13 4 Clnri-nr V. Ilnhhnrd .-...... PI I.ot 12 '_._n__... 1t2 Fred u. no.r( ..-..___.._. ,1111
: price fling boards isuch as the t..t III __.___._.- 2f1 JI :\.1 20 Snmiii'l' Hi-lulu 1211! lot 10 ._.___ 1M O. 0 IIt.om ___..._........... 204 l
r.lOt' :12 __ ..u _u 191 III 111 20 IvrtlH M Gi-rhcr -..---- 1211 Lot. 5 and II _... inn\ R'. Y. & Norms" 'odrlck .-. 2.187
Reading notices in local columns, I Milk Commission. Laundry & Dry I Lot 27 __ _____. Jt 51 JJ 20 K:: P. & 0, W folk 1.I1: + Lot 10 ._u__..._ 1410 lira. I' A. llInnfll u ._...... 20'
10 rents a line. Rates for display' I Cleaning Board and Barber Board) Lot T ._ .__.__.._ 12! M J3 20 1'nkmmn -._._- ........_..... 1 .Ml lot 1 ..__..__..? 171 Mrs. 1\'. H. Terrell Eot .-. .1":
Lot T _. -....--._ M 114J3 2" Inknnwn .......... 12"O. Lots, I 10 0 Inc-- 177 l'nknowlI -.___....___........ 4 11Lnf \
advertising furnished on application are concerned, not many will agree ,I 1.,1 12 _--_ __.___ 81 84R1 20 n. \Vlnti-r 1211 2 _n.____ 2no I. !oI, Torh All. EntI. ..._.. ,IO!'
Classified advertising 2 cents In this instance for the State Parole ,, I"t 21) __. __nn t 111:11: 20 It. I. Column ... 1211 ,"'. A and 4\ .... 214 1'. A. IIpPl"p ....__.-._.. 161
'I I "I, 270 __ ______ 2 11 ::11 2)) r.:L I. rnhimn 1 2O '> Loll T and S ._'. 2211 t'nkn"wlI _.......n_....._.._ 1,411
each word per Insertion, AH Items Commissions under the able management I "t 1:1 __ .. ._. 4 05 33 20 A nnitliornt -. 12"! I.ot_ 1 AIII 2 _.n 20:' I'nknown __ ..__......._..00 1411

regarding enterprises conducted for of Francis Bildge.1, has ,, w IS, all I.ot )3 .. .-..._-_.. 230 t'nknown ___......._....._._. .11\
:"tt21.0 __-_ ft R' JS 111 r ii nni .._._..___. 21 onC Lot 4 ...-_-...... 213 I.kno'o ......-.._-.._.. .fl4I
profit are chargeable at dverttslng done an excellent, Job and enjoys Lot 32 ..-..--... n 31 99 20 A Illlirenilniir ..__ .'"I Lute 0. 7 and II 213 1'"kno\\'o ......_.......-...._ ion

rates. 'public confidence and approval. I Tot 4 ._ ____. Slot :aS J1 2/1 '1F". nrnillov 1 21' Lot 10 __ .._.___-243 1'nknown ....-....___ .!IIII..t. )
111 __ .._ ._. 0 333: zo I'nknnwn .................... 11M :3 end -.2)1)) ) 1\1. 1\1 gray; .__.....-........ .84

i" 1., 2.n"dv. S//Ail i ..._...._.. 1.IInt 501'rll OKEF( 110111':1': :
( .\. r. Hllgeudrol _..._...
While most legislators have been i.712 a'\ :910: O T> Hlnnrlinr, _.. 12'1f. .:'" lit Iola 4 k ft I Ralph Bond "II 10: .. \\1,311

FIFTY PEARS; OF StR\'ICE too occupied with affairs of Stateto "', "f Ant n ____ 1t Rt: R3'" I,. T r".tol ,SOK "ot'.T. 'O'1TTIO"I.nt '
: It Weaver .._.--. 42"Thnmm S ._.-____ .. 12 \lu. 1':. p, Tntllln ........_.. .71 1
33 No
: nt
devote much time to "night life", ins I 4, 11: 4 II 17 ". Lots 8 and 6.., 14 M. F:. Glollke ............-.. .11
In these days when Nome labor have out for 14"'fFII: I'"K 11/1) I
the few who stepped It1"S BID orSI"'o
.r ,Intr 11 t2 tT 33 33
union are hold low In public esteem evening of recreation are complaining ot AF'is "CNI
nn uJ1lk. Slnnnn ... 7" :', ..___...n 18 37 55Blk
It I Is particularly appropriate of local "clip Joints". Several iota I "I' .I 23 eitd_ .. _20___. 7 rnknnwti ._.........- .7(1C. (
to direct attention to the fact that establishments have instituted 1 "w :1 n ui,3: __._ 111 r. Mrlln ......--.....-.--. 70 Lute 22 and 21: ._ II Irl. Knllnn "liE" ..._....._ 1.UI:

Tampa printers observed the other 1"l 10 __ .. 10 On". rniiltt ......... ...... .70Tn "ot'TIIEH'i 1''' .:'' SD fit I
service charges, cover charges andcoikage" I "IM, 20 mid, 110 __ 12 fllfforil Gerold ____._. .-...-' f '
lay the 50th anniversary of the charges and the unsuspecting T"IM' 0, II & 3.1 _. n t'nknnwn .-...- ......... '7 Altrl': &sEl: ) ofNI

Tampa Typographical I'nlon. Those novice who orders a bowlof T."I! 7 _. .. 32 83 JI3 20 \V,, K. yllx"II II. H. Stn'nril 121) ";'1 Slit. W .
\ __ 18 3T 38
la: of Nr' of 8 lIy .00
have been 50 fruitful years, a half cracked Ice and a bottle of gin- sl'1' .- :: __.. ::14 11':4 Cn Carl Sloan 1Ollrot Lot 7 _.____._.... 1 "Iknown .h_..__............ sALnt
century In which the I'nlon has he the best I)1""FVFIL1)SNE"N"FrTIn'.5/D: I Iof I 10 -.. ....__ I T. P.I"II'An "HE" -_.._. I A't
finds must lay
Berale I.------------: 4 \\11110 Taylor ....__..__. .M
faithfully nerved' Its members and part of his day's pay on the line "1':" "f 11, I. nl 83 Lot 11 _... n____ 4 Addle Whll.) "II R" _.......-. 101 I

cooperated I'ffpltivply11th Tampa when he pays his check. A 10-mln- t '4r, 32 0:13, : n1k.A Elltunn _. __. .._..-- t.. Lot 4 --..--..__.. B n. n. ;.wklrk ....-...__ ..Aa5''nlGll

newspapers and printing shops p. r NW .0' nt I' 1\n Il 'sS "ITIOS ;
ute taxi ride can cost you anywhere SW'; ruin E 471)O 11'1' nr SWIof
Vie congratulate: the Union and him 50c to $2. and a slab of mediocre 1'1' 410) yde. W of IIF-II, -:11'8: : 37 38l.nll
particularly Its founders he of 121) ft X 410 1.11. II' 13: 11 11 Curl "Innn -------------------S 5A 11 and 12 .. B Ain IIt.'IJ., last ._ ........ ,11ft
cow ordered in the wrong place 101 tl __ ... ... 17 nl M 20 W, T. Howltt 1 2t;; T,0), 1 I sod 0 .. D Wnltor M'K"nre) "HE" ..,... 102
whom are alive and two of whom can set you back for plenty of folding I ntM 21 and 22 .. 17 ::1:1 14 411 A. n r i>nnl. .._......... 2,WlViiknnnn .,Q Lots 21 unit 22._ F. 1.\I.hl4 Wblte "!iE" .-.,,_. 102
..
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are active on newspapers, IncludingMax Best and safest of the F." ', "t lo' 27. 2' 51 11 10In.ollna,, F. TliMirv 12"1Chin 11'11.111I1.1HHTlO'i HID of .
money
I.t 10 -- _. 86 315 3t Ir 00.------ W' or Nt:', or"r
: P. Moritvr: the Tribune.
of 11hz-hi spots is the Forest Inn. former \rlv OKF.f'l1on.'y l1Ur.lIT". 011'nf 1oF. __ 11 37 M

They built the Union solidly and home of Governor John W. F". & I\\'I, R nil 8J Lot 1 _.__u._ _.. U .:,1. Geru'oll _.._.............. l.4ft
well and "F.r.1 elk, I\.II'IIIJ\ "'IRK
their fellow workers have
Martin now operated as a rather 1."le 17 nut 1V __ 10 flrnnilrnnhln -...--- ..-----. 11/1' In 1 n7 35S
carried on admirably Today Typographical exclusive club. Food and service I.nt. 1. 2 and 3 inn f'h..t.unn ........-. .v, 0rt: 1)---------1 p, r. EVlnl -.._......-.._._ 8141."I.
t'nlon deserves and enJoys t nts 12 tIt 41 Inc 11:1: Far Unliprt ._......._n____._ w '. T. N, II ..u 22 I'nknnwn .___..__............ .71\
excellent and prices reasonable I 1..1. II I" 17 Inc nfl t'nknnwn ...--. ---- ---- --. ,'( I."? 1 In 12 III' __ 211 1'nknown _........._...._..._ ..TIIflK
public confidence, and we are (Remind me to ask the State Beverage SCS $I E'$ t ur IIIIIU..: r.1.OI'\JEST CO'S \

sure the members will strive to keep about this "cork ,tt .. .....-. !!'I 1\:1: R. 1\\ rnfcnownrnknown _..._........_. n... 10' i I'I"I' of part Govt -" j
Department ot I .__ .. 22 37 31Luln
It that way.-Tampa. Tribune, Tuesday age" charge In a DRY county) Sr! 01"0:of :-.1.. :_n 2R a3 U 20 -. -.---...........- 1.11 1 III 21 Inc 3 t'aknowA -..._.....__.._..... Iat1,1)tl
: 4th, W 1 to 21 torInca ,
May "f Q''t4 eG
-v-------- ,:('I 11It I) 'V :Jfa3\ IJI 1T It. P, llnT'nknnnn .. ..__. --..-- 411 \ Iota 11 12 Q "kno"'n ...._......_..._..... 1.31
--- lv' ot 1'1' F. & 11C .L"If 1v 'IHTJO'
I always thought "How to Win "F.'o .t 'E'I 1.0 t 3t 51 120 ............._.n__.. 5211 111 ...__.__ ._____ 22 37 3i5
Sitting In With Friends and Influence People" was lit:" ut 1"E4 .... 4 34 11 4) E. VV.ctnimMltiB!' ---- -- -- 219;; 111E" 1 Lute //I an.1 6 nu ,1 i', I'. E.e1lOl .................. 1,18'
: ..r '' 'I, 1) M 419 411 Tlnlnk ('sin----------------- 'UIIIWSI'OnJI1I1TTO"
i book but in Tallahassee it's genial r.lots I :3 and 4 In _._n___ _. _..' 2 31 35hots
Jimmie Connelly chief clerk at A I1)t 111\\ 11 M RA:I 1"1'' tnl' Myron: rwiwond -- on 12 and 11 __ IAr1 K ld.a\lrbJfIl Fat .... 148WHIIIIT' 4.
..... ..... 219
The Lawmakers "W'; ir "E' 11 11 I 31 40 rtiknnwn -- ...... TII In\ 1nlITIONleeluttrd
!the Cherokee who can do more to
'I:' or 1'Ir.' : "Ij: 111 Its 7
make his house guests feel at home "t I AIs':', .I $1'1'S: 22 11 M roo '1P.. Cnkrr .. ..- .. -- 11IMM .___. __ 22 37 M ,
than 11'1; _. __.__ 7 3:1 33 100' T'nfcnnwn -- .....- -.-..---. Tae Lot 12 .. ... ... 1'11.111 Wright __.."......._. 148
smile and a handshake
In TallahasseeBy I I with a INI'I.1rrNn: I. \''" ,
do with a case of Oh61/'IIOISFE '1'f.VtI ___ 191NI ". ot8Y'
i most guys can i'I. rhnn"nlllll, _. I,1: "r WI' .
I 1 box of Corona I 'I 19, Ink 11; ._ }' ot 1o: 1\\ 37 3i5 M. f.. robl.y _........-..- .94O"rr
: wealthy water and a :' "f SW'ot .. 11 lot II I)1ns
\ __..
Coronas In fact the entire staff NF': II 117 33 10 .\lIf'P r.11'0. W ot Ok".ho.I .

Russell Kay |10f tills hostelry is tops and '.\ lOr t I'Itv' : 4'Fr ofN1V ,.,. Are __'_no. 21 n7 35 :2 ,1. .\. nnll"hlrr; _... ...-._. I. Rnit'
[ popular
nr
The'eet 11o:1 % F. 1 "1 I.'u .
lint 1
voice :
on the telephone !I rnknnwn .
that even though they have had a waiting ley .. .00___ 11 37 33 1)1' nil Ih" ..,..___ 22 37 :\3 :!II'''' 1'.k..oWII ......_......-..... 1.T'l '
calls ,
to remind you that you list for months they still treat .t NF'1)t 3M1S' VnknnWn .sn II""', 1,1 3.'xr1'pt( e"
0 37
l "K'1 4 fit CII; ,

___ --.rg2!nas'rio: Jto appeal Pay your for telephone bill vou like your patronage Is really I NFY; of I': )i '.).t I' .' .. ..I",,"" ,_ ,, ..:. k,_ '9. ... .. -Ihol reek Pnrt H/\V'IV and of,.. _. ? ."
Representative "mportant, Y' :r..I_ II ::17 J'. 10 t'nknnwn .._........_._.-... H"! creek 111..111,11,1. .
Emogene Commander Of Holmes Ihr lu, I'rlllrni i'ntk 22 37 113 641 "nkuown .................... 1.so
NVVnf F-
and last week the gentleman Introduced r :VFlif, FIT U* .,"__ 11 :-i ai 12 \'pll.\\"n ......_ _..._...._-. Ill Rlsgli: : ArdFRMAN. TAX ('or.I.F.rToII

a bill Chuckle of the week was the rebuke t-T'i iif : ill OtUF.1I01l1Jo; (.nt'STY. Jo'LOItItl.\
to make It unlawfulfoi I'2 37 33"0 earl .'. Wnlkor .
the House Labor bloc i SE' 4.BOI'nknnun
telephone companies to dun I given Nl ofF' 11 ':7 31ni SO I'nknnwn .- --
.. ........ ..... 2111 l
sub.crlbers the bv Representative E. Clay Lewis, "I:' It'PoI"; __ 11 :17 40 -
over 'phone Now I ... IISVV :17 33 >-0sx rnknnwn 4V I
U the w hen in their eagerness to kill Joint Nl .f NVV'i VOTIIK .>K ,\I"'IICTIO"FOR Tru tninf the Inlermil Improve.
committee considering the nf S\Y't ft TAX nEED "" Kuiiil t-i rcji'it nnv and all hide, .

measure would go a step further Resolution 13 thl'Y'oted against XIi i "f ,...1:", nom I'liknown ,. .__. :3BI.Tim '.0.... of 1935 Ihi rand lli>M.t.. nt 10 A. M. on the
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I :tT
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the amendment to protect Labor's "'f N\V n NollriIn hi-ri-hx irhen Hint diit nf Vln\. 111 II, Eniement
and return a bill that would abolish N"E1: of sn'4!' ofSVVl MIE" 111/\< 1), 1-lntt linldwr" nf 'Pnx Vrtlll rand Ache 1 of. any 200 feet aide ,
In in Uluilim
to "collective bargaining. __ ._ .. 17 3T
,
rights
the first In- r Hi-mil from
of the month pan-el
it would '
"7 831 1'. K. Jiilnu 1'Hil intiNo 111. )li'inil tin"Ih) any I
make everybody happy. the excitement some of the fellows '"__ __ is nf ,luh, ,V. n I 11121I\ I hu, nied same run if h nhkh tluiiIn 'nu esUtlnir
11':1of ,
\Po', lOt : : linnd
whose side who was on. 20 87 S531- 10XIH BIT office her made application ,
.01 got NK'i: Bell II eke Eif: NW
Cur nf
Pf U T'ullkc-lnn ...--..---... 7 lIt e Tat Deed to be tinned thereon NWV I

Coming out of a huddle on the I # fLog SE'4 nf .NVVH_u...'". 211 37 VV. J. Dempsey .Ml.'oliwt I 'I, Certificate embraces the following nf.N 10 Mnni i'In, VV 1 "i.hH.in ilin.Wet 1, E J6.'\ .1 1'Wt.rha. ,

'S'' .f :NVV, run and with Judge ni-ri-n.
Representative Joe I of the Lobby\ Limrds. I nf VV'l 20 (17 31 Jo:. Punt ._.. .(10 Okeerhnbce!, State of Florida to-wit Lot A. Blink 2. Snuthi-rn fives(

Jenkins of Alflchua calling: the signals Love oi the Justices of the Peace I ,"W'or NB'i; exeH.t 2 7"" Nii4 of NWK. nf NK'i &w. 2<>. Ail-lltlnii) ) .
II It! '\\' 23 :\7 r.3 1\7 SnjililH |I'. MOHOI- to ,I IIII 'I'J:1'oI."F.I! "
a sturdy House team crashed and Constables Association: whose I | It Twp 37, KiriII iniiliiliilnB or HIE INTERNAL
BeI I XI:, i.f :NK'i; nf M. I 1 ISii'1011'E'l1t\l'I'Nil\ : : OF THE

tluru Labor's weak opposition for a motto is "Justices of the Peace ItI ev'r->t.._R_ 21 M 3,1': 4 .T, 1"rnrgml _...__ ___ ...__ 1"2 I The aiiriimnnt of lulil I !n-vrn OF FLORIDA

touchdown to put Joint ResolutionNo. Unto You". Monte Draw of flovt u I--I,/\ :1 .. 1D! 37 :HI C': > IV-rn Itnehiii .......__.._.. 1.9V1 under: mi.1,1 i' -Mil' ni' IMIII-I O ii* t I I HItnv Trunteea R. I,liiiil-innn I. fund. Atfcut
.
nf N H PIntt.t'nlnea
13 over the goal line and the hU Kudcr"- S11'14 tinmum
on
Miami chewing f nfNVV Okwdinliee
: '
.... 1-jil laM 1 Certirti-ntoi shell be Cnnntv F'nildn'
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31 HI: B ( H. riillllimnwiirth --
27 -
ballot In the next general election, 13111 Riddle of the Hotel Association 1)fWM: deemed aTordlnu to law property d "I

Senator Upchurch snatched the 'he knows all about lobbies\ ) Heir 10 <'lm s ofNVV ii-rllied therein shall he sold to the hlght (" : OH INTKVTION I
Hee 2'). TOPPLt
I 'or -. hliMi-r' at the Cnurthnuie door
ball out of enemy territory with an E P. Owen Jr. of Florida League : run v I U't! ft tu the flnt Moods In the month ton I' '"sv(, K OF I

amendment protecting Labor's right of Municipalities, a CITY slicker. M/I M'l. Eniterlyon 71 ft. N Mn( ., '-II"hlo'h': I. the '-ril) ilin I I l'E11I.MUKi: : : OR IS 1I1IIIWY 1 lOCXL 1 LEGISLATION OIVE.N: Tbul ,

u> "ollectlve bargaining, then passed Funie Steed "Sing a Song ofCitrus" ;I 111 ft VV 740 It 2S B7 M H4 U U I'nrll.ill. .__.......___n_ 2.31: ) \I unto n'. 1'tll) tlllf, 1.1 duty, of Vnrll 1041:I the m-oilnn of the I.PslHlntlire of the

ti .Tenklai a ho was on his toes Small Loan's Bob Chide- N; '.. ,,f ::00:', nf THY U, luririisoN! i-f riurl.ln. which innvincd In
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I sr.i of sly: 1H4I aphlli-mlim, nlll be innde
waiting for the plav. Speed and ste watching with INTEREST nf :\ \\' '/, ... V* 87 C9 V.b'I1). MiHiiMi-ll 111: 111It( IX'NI Clerk Circuit Comfy Court, nfOUeeehnliie I :: tin.: ; PIIMIHIIInf' : ipi-clnl: : or 'Inenl I
t
I ofsrV ,
IflKliit'mi
the ,
of NKj miliatiini-o nfblih
beautiful teamwork the In
won day. ,., K'llrnlt I Ci-llrt Si'llll .
nf SK'4 nf : _. .__ I I- HOMIAn :
The question of the "closed shop"In I : NVV, Vt .u. 2S l SS 113 2%' Win, MeKiinw-ll( IIF.' IftlJl! I.II '' Act nlntlntf: tn Everulndi-M
TIIVSKSWe 111'111"I In'
CARD 'I
Florida will be decided bv the M", -if SE'', ofSF' ,' .' ,' Jrslusge IHinrlit.) n ilriilniiKe din ,
_. __ 1 IS: ?nlii' -"' I'nmit. "
nf NVVI. 2' 07 8J II J. IV. I'nlwm "I1K" .u I 1 lI'h.t I.xloth,,, nnili-r, the (Inn* i.f .
voters In 1944. : SF.il\ .tlrllU" lull0'1'11 !, rinrldii t
wish our deepest N 2''l nf :\ \ : IS I.ln:111:11'..: : : :, '1" inui'iiillnir i-xlutliiit liiniiilnlh.
to express
1
e I of foI VV 'i of tlurctn) ; enliirirlng, mid de
appreciation to our many lends IoE"I\ :S7 W A 0/1 tnm Austin IVmln _.._..._. 1MV IMirniiiint' to Mrail-m) II i-f Chni-t, "' 1-1! I lioliiir' tinpnrpnMMi and scope or
Vit1'HT kiinnn
Two bills which proponents) conirl nfNW I awe nf Flnrldii' the DlMtilit' and the I
nf NVV
( would save Floridians thousands I for their loving kindnesses and \ i___. 29 117 83 M! l"lIkll ,,'n ......-.....-..-.... *.I'l n...", 111'1'| Plivci', Mn r..I'"wlllll I nf the in,,mimid poueri It. Board nndiliillii I
the IId Ins ) In tlk"'h..I 1''uli"))
of dollars in the form of lower i beautiful floral offerings during lieu N VV ear ofs'6 Flni-ldii. Y\'|11I|| In- "",,-,.,1 for mile miii-r nf') I'l.iiimlinlnneri ii-ntrnl and' 1;; fnr providing: :ilniTnnire far, ,
'
brief illness and death of our dear of CVVJ of I.III.Ill- i.llt-rt fur' flue hlnlnut M I
utility rates were Introduced In the I sr.4 of .NVW. Ill-lit; ellHll; Mil:; n'il"H, In; tinrltfllt 1 lnniiitli.il., prnfi-i'tlnn. and con
ervntloii nf
1 euislature last week. Both measures I husband and father. run: M 4(111 ft K.Jil th,,' Ti-iiNtt-iH ,nf ( In- loti'iiinl, Iniiini'ilit I lHtrli-t nod, I far Inliiiid the within the
Mrs Louise Walker uN, N 4IHI' ., r-iml t-i n-lni't BIIV mul nil cnniiervntlnnmul
call for the regulation of privately !I and children ft. vv a--o. j-u.. 2\1\ 87 S3 M. \'. It-ull.m' -......--.. .--. a.in 'I u1)..11-! llnimn, ill 10 V, 'lIon II s"nrrea" ilcM'lnpnient tlnri'ln: of the: ) nntnral' re- i
owned gas and electric companies \\"i. iif VV H of I'll dill I nf .11., 1011: ': 10111- pnn lillnir for theprcpnrHllnii
Martha Alderman M'I: ,, i'I nf Mmmk ,. mid 0.1"1'""" of Hininpri '
fi-H
Mrs fur nf \> nt' 2''KI "
Representatives Clement of I .. vi 1. __ .. __ 82 87 83 CD J. T. ItuneiK'li _._...,. ..--.. 8.02j 111 rend lie rlitht vi>.,.....-,1 frniii inn' 'heiiHlte plan nf rei-lmnntlon ;
i Mrs Ruby Benson HI.: i.f :\ E' ofNVV' Hxlnir and ileli-rinliitnir' I In- power,
Plnellas Crary of Martin and Wot- Mrs. Lollle Smith :34\ 87 83 60 t'nUow ....:;:.-.....--...... IU' hr'.iirli. Rand whlili) I thinU nn exl nnlbnrltr! dntlea and entupinintlnnnf

!itskv of Charlotte are sponsoringone Blanche RaulersonV I in n.'I'.C Tn't 7'1untie tnro l.iili II in 10 Inn, Rim'k .1, nkieI'hnliii. fir'h tin, HlHtrleta' officers mujiiicintN .
Mrs : flTlnr and '
bill which would give the Floridfi 'I'lilli( nfllni 'lli'lirhu M/)), iiinnnnl,, uf Die, ml tnlnreni di-termlnlngt ,the
tin and
.liltllil I I il n" TVf-4: IK -| UKINTr"Vt
Railroad Commission Jurisdiction ---- In Xie! 17 unit H ni 113! 10 )I. H. I.UlitSnjr ....___.___.__ 244 'I''I', IMIU'OVrMFVrOK : II,". purpose fur which the uninnin

over private utilities while Rep- PEON.ICE INDICTMENTSUJIINST ;/ S 1111 ft nf XVV-I! TTIF"' ,,T\TK ni' 1'1011I0.\ 'liilnirininillflcallnni n v he nui'il : i hut no aiinndmentii ,
of :NT' nf NI';', or correct-
llv (lay, it, Itmi'i-iMon Aunnt
le-vntatlve Hancock of Madison Introduced I' S. StG.\R nnil .N 111.- ft n? .1.,.,..'-... I. f. Fund.OUnwIinhne Ion nre III"cnntemplnted hiiiinilnrlci! nlilih a'ollllInter ;
a similar bill which he CORI'OIUIION DISMISSEDTampa K 2'II fr of N-ti ('fill III.. ..,' trim nf the PU
rennne nf the Inn,,
iif NVVV S.:' any In ,,
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stated was drawn by attorneys for ..if "' I,.'Ingpnrt the DlHtrlct. nr rhmiire the nmnnntnf .
1'\\ riennn .. ___ .._ 247 "nTlrl'I! I the Iieht lorrlre Tn* which tliBiuird -
Indictments ot 41 III ax B.1 a Fvn f. '"
the Rural Electrification Administration May 4. 'iFNSt) I .. i
w1)). I stirs ._ :1011. Ol-r.i-inliee ( ''111111' Ii aiithnrlned, tn bray and
inlt
VII .__.._ ..___. I :ai Jill Bin Mnrthn r ,
and exempting municipally chaiglnj peonage against the Ml .. ... 2 84 1111 Run: Mnrthn( 1iI.01t11I.. I,nni-e .. '10II" \,, 1" 1141NOTirr : I I,11 liiipnoe on tlie ImnU In the varlnn
owned and REA cooperatives from United SAtes Sugar Corporation of All ..--_-.. __ ..u 1 14 :'in' Rot Mmthii ",'nit" wm. I.nne _. 30(12' T" 11EHFRV niVKV: xnni-i) : untlii>rl/.lnfr' the Imunnee nt ..
( \
"inn wm l.nnee .. 10 '" nn-nimt fn s.'i-tlnn) o .if rhunter refunillnir hoiid" provlillng foe the
All _.___ __.. .. 10 S4 :3H\ M9hirlhll ,
its provisions Should the bill pa.w. Clewlston were dismissed by Federal VII ._ _--___... 11 H4 3(1 (111 Mnrihii iott k wm. hone _. :MOO"' : 1 nw. of Florida) *pt* 1117 known i-i-rtlOcntlnn and rnlleetlnn of tUTci. .

local utility boards set up In variiis Judge Barker last week on thb I!1.\1' __ .. ...__. 1" II 1(1 (111 Mnrttin 1'I01t.1ft.' tnnee .. :10(1"' ( the MrilPIIY ACT. the follnwlno- flxlnir, the eompeniatlnn of TAX
All .............. 11 34: 4(1 Hi Vlnrthn Siott & ...n.. Inure _. 10(1'I ( -no".d| liivi In nwnnhee ('n"nt VwicNNiirM Tnx Cnllectnri a nil
communities would be abolished ground that the box from which the I All _. .__.___ 11 :3* the (111 Mnrthn !Siotr ft wm. Lance .. 100'I Florida' will lie offnred! for ale 'j I'lnrka" of' Hie Circuit' Cnitrti' rein
illegally .u. 8111( 640 Si-ott ole wm. I.nnce .. :3011"\ pnhlln nntfrr fnr the hleheat tire tn "" : deflnlnn and
end their work taken over by the tronrl lurv was drawn was I I ,VI ._ 11 Miirtlin ennNtrnlnir I'lrt.t" : r
All II' of tinnt rich bUI, anblcit, tn tho rlffht teniilnninirv nf
,
State Commission. filled. District Attorney Phillips said I of except NKi' n./ _" 22 34IfI/ 6.VJ; Mnrtlnl Si-olt Win. (.nor .. J7' ,Hii" Traitors nf the Internul 'Iowa relnllmr tn the TMntrlit.niniiiillngr I
1 meant that and all hldlit Chapter| 11717 Lnwi nf
that the courts ruling\ I lli-e nt )IntermetInn n-ent Fund t" mint an" Fl-irlda.' Acfi of 11\" Chapter

Terming alienation of affection the Indictments were faulty and of oral. the Court Hniia.. at 1(1 A. M Rn.'m'. nn 1HOH1 Linn nf riorliln.. Act nf h
"mil ilnv i-f Mm 10)1
MVVIr or1'.t. 1(111: Chnntnr
1T002, T .
and breach of promise suits In this that evidence would be presented to erlv line nf lot f.. Tone 'tsrhf ".t'wnr 200 feet "Ida Act of 1l)"7. Chapter awi nf 1127 Flop.1 ,

stab a "racket". Senator Johnsonof .mother grand JuryI 11 Blk B, nnd will he ,...,, .d from any tore of Flnrldn. Acta of Ifl'U::!).
17' nutter le,'rl th-onuh which there ti an Chapter 2OH18, Lawa nf .Flnrldn
Brooksvllle introduced m bill last I Similar allegations of mistreatment ...f f.nko. thinee.N Stnte Dnnil Arne of 1041. Chapter 2f)12\ Lawiof

week that would outlaw such actions by the company of Us employees ; 3.1:! dug IT Hilnn of NVV; run S 1n ,'he E 5 the, Ftnrldn. Arts nf 1011 and without -
it line 2M Aft Be,,. 0 ch.. F of NW rot or !I'\"', limiting. the generality! nf the *
In Florida "Any man who have been fully disprovedby to X ll/W V 10 ,'hI!, VV A eha M,',. 26, Twp, f-iretfnlny. purtli-iilnrlv' : Section One

cant hold his wife shouldn't be able the testimony of officials of the : line nf roannr1il2baulV : 1.1 art 11 5 mrinTVVSTFF.1 (I) Tn CJI. Four, ( I). Five <1>. f ,
should I theme t OF TTIR! IXTKIl: ', fight ('l, Mn If!). l'iftyalx: (Vl>,
to sue for damages-nor ftwmnn U S Department of Agriculture !113deg11' B v IMPnoVFJIENT': : Ft'NP OK riftvaevin 1371, Slxtyolilif (45) '

who can't hold her husband t's'lt\1n2 r-efrr two Congressional! I :llmifT It/IV SlItHft SATE' OF Pl.nitin.t Nevcntv (70) F.luMr-tnree (-'9). and <
bill t :TI def| Rv HOT R. Ranlernnn. ,," One litni'leeil one (101) nf mid
said Johnson. The i i committees Investigating the charge IV. W 271R: ft. .' Trimteei. I. Fund. .....,. fini-rec 12717. ,aid
pawed the Senate by a vote of 27 es. Mrs. Franklin D Roosevelt I ;Nwl *lnnt 11'wen'r Connty, Florida "i-etlnn: Three r.1A Four (t) an-i
level ofI .. "
Tn-e'Te (1 ) of mild
Chapter 20f\q.
to ,. [ who spent several days at Clewls I Lithe tn I'OB t 0 8'1:11I: ,10hn f*,' !Si'ntl ................ HOI -- OTln'l nnd ri-penllnn) all Inwi In .ennflli

ton Investigating working and llv.inu I n-f| VE 'or ('."I"t t Ol w-i inline(' Conntv, ." ", 'l<|."|..wlHlPuled .

Senator Collins of Tallahassee let'. conditions, told the Toland lot 4. run s an rf, Ani-ll iff 1MISOTlrtl thla- prl or| 'JO, 1011poujp '
IS IlKRI-nr OIVES rn"\li'I'IIO'.F.1
ft W tn E lino ? r
.; i
fly a harpoon at Florida Justices of ,| Committee that the sugar: plantation of rlementul ptirmiunt to Sxi-tlnn 0 of f'rnpter 1 : rVFTJOLAOFS: PRAINAOR- .

the Peace bv Introducing a proposed U "most beautifully run" (reek 140O, ft N II" ate nf Fini-Mn. 'pIa 1ICI7, known WSTRTrT .
: nliiii said Crook the MI'ltl'IlY ACT. tint followln By MARK n. TENNANT ).
constitutional amendmentthat *y-- t" illvlglnn lluoof 'pIIpl) i1 lulu) In Ofreeelinhee Chairmen .
mild permit the legislature to Ines 2. 3, iinnmx VlTMn.' .. 11I be offered fur cute "
311 ft. nubile outcry foe the htikoat' [ ads "
abolish the offices of Justice of the Little News Ads pay big PI lion ft .. .._ n 31 11II lj; Jft Re.i-on Operating Co. ..._... 4 21 boat ruin bid minjmt te the right are profitable. .

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FRIDAY, MAY 7, 1943 THE OKEECHOBEE NEWS PAGE THRU

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Little People"Above Purple cLEcQ/HL4Hof e w s I; *'JIJ Iud 2/ou/2u % WiVAII



all nations Is humanity"Is \ BONDS

.. bench the Inscription on a memorial 'TOR A i *
the
on campus of Cornell I

University. Ooldwln Smith, pro f VVIshful thinking win not halt Hit

i', fessor of English and Constitutional I FRIDAY, MAY 7, 1943 I ler's tyranny nor will "spare-

i History from 1868 to 1871, Is the _.r change" financing give us the menty -

author of the i I to win this So
statement and In they I necessary war.

1 i"; years which followed his services Book Field DayThe Band NewsA Our MothersMothers start today Investing in your coun

t at the University his words have Scrap I try's War Bonds with ten percent or

become Increasingly significant and I more of your earning

pertinent. By this time next week we hope Student Council will promote special meeting; of f\\\ persons we realize that we have I

Much Is being said these days I that you will have enjoyed lookingat a new extra curricula event this Interested In the organization of a much very much to be thankful I '- ,.

about post-war alms "We must the 19 :-43 Scrapbook. If you year within the next week or two band and In obtaining a ban' director for but we believe that at the top I 'i Il

completely subjugate our enemies" have anything to donate to this and that is a field day. for next year Is asked to of our list comes the name and I j .l

"We must station occupational I I collection get It In to :Miss ringer The schedule is as follows: :' meet Monday night, May 10th, In person Mother. For without you j II ; i/i/

forces In Germany Japan and not later than Monday, May 10. The grades will compete with the school auditorium. Bring Instruments and your faith we would have no- | ij

Italy, > "This war must not be > Especially if you have any picture each other for the winner of each I and music. Please be thing or be Interested in nothing i i 'I 1 if
II
fought again." And on and on It | of men In the armed 'tiroes of the two groups below. there on time at 8 o'clock. Your guidance and Interest in us < .. i !

goes. I we'd like to have them bccau.seIt's Each grade should choose thai |\ V has given us many blessings, and '

I understand little of military I I to them we're dedicating our I' best candidate and let Tiny Wat-i, 1' SOffil'tlmf8'hl'n we say and do I )

strategy: I do not know the best i book ford know who that person is to Our Mother that we don't want to hurt you but l. ) .. -. r

means of enforcing a peace. But (I -- .-- -V ... compete In the contest and repre- I that seems to be human nature to I -- ,, '

I do know that we can have a i sent your class. I i hurt that one person we love the : ,\

Blasting peace' only If the little peo- 'I The Last j Our mother's house is a house of | most I I

pie of the warring nations find love LapThis Endurance and Skill I' silences From it we go out into |I On this Mothers Day of 1943 Wishful thinking will not help you

In their hearts for the little people 1. 100-yd. dash two persons per1grade. the light and noise of life: and to when mothers and sons and to buy that new furniture when the
daugh-I I war It won. But your money saved
in the evening whenwe
who are now their enemies. A ItE' return ters are separated in the
week we began our last lap 2. 50-yd. dash two persons per : In War Bonds will Join the Payroll

treaty means nothing when thereIs i of the school year of 1943. It's been Trade (boys and girls). | are weary. ners of the world. we're sure that Savings Plan at your office or fietory.Let's -
etlll hate i In the morning we cry to our love shall tie
the involved that Mother's
among peoples great "
a good year in many respects, and 3. 900 yd sprint two "Top that Ten Percent.
persons per _
Mother to let us go out to play ; In of
the world together a peace
yet it has had some sad and bad grade. I VolunteerFntcrgeney
the
This war Is not the fault of every points. Both the teachers and the and though we are very tired and heart, because somebody loves like Women'suxillary
4. High Jump three persons per Scrvke, more familiarly -
have fallen down lot though we
man woman, and child of a Mothers love.
students have set, a record for be- I
grade i known as the WAVI'S: has been
is
either the Allied or the Axis coun- So are dusty and probably hurt it Mothers of Okeechobee we love
attendance.
i |lng Irregular in 5. Broad Jump four persons per that we'' established as a part of our Navy.
tries, The ( always slowly and sulkily thankful for
people of the Axis have outside things seem to have you and are you. work and
many grade, i hear They are doing a great
been woven Into machine by a lay down our toys when we ----VI --
a called their attention from from office
away 6. Relay race four persons per' I relieving many inen to
few leaders and we must fight to Her call In the evening.We I ('O.\ST GUARD WILL TAKE
the main of school. Re- active service
purpose .
grade (boys and girls)
break the machine of force that gardless of all the changes made Comedy and Fun I play the game of dressing up. I ALL FROM: 17 TO 4$ WHO

has dominated the minds and the i In the faculty and school program 1 1. Boxing i I We play a guessing game called ENLIST AND QUALIFYThe

alll of the people.. If we do not Philosophy Some search for the
of the students
a good percentage 2. Tug o' war six persons (girls
fight we may be lost In the whir : have' progressed rapidly. treasures of earth and this is called U. S. Coast Guard's May
and ) '
boys >
of wheels and cogs ourselves. Science Some sing. Some dance. enlistment quota has been increased -
The Seniors have a good average.and
3. Cracker race boys and girls And
Deep Inside, all of us-friend and 1 made a good showing on the Some lead others in the games. to take care of an unlimited f
4. Potato ( and
race girls boys
who
enemy alike-are human beings. state standard test Already there's sometimes there are bullies number of 17-year-old boys and
5. Three ( and
legged race girds
Hating and killing does not come I a little pain of sorrow around our boys). have to be driven off the playgrounds men between the apes of 38 and 45 S

naturally to us. We were meant for hearts because the Seniors will be the district recruiting officer Gunner -
Hurry and choose vour candidates
love and laughter happiness and leaving soon. Of course most of up Sometimes when we are alone H. A. We Soel. Miami. said Monday -

comfort.. We must strive to attain the boys will be going: Into the ser- v-_ and afraid we think of God. Thenwe I .
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this normal state once again and \l-p of "ur country, while some of catch a glimpse of something I Earlier it was announced the

to keep It always And we will, for the girls will go on to college others DoingsBy that reminds us of the place we largest enlistment quota of the year I

human beings are far more Important will remain home to keep the home Dopey came from. We clutch at and catcha I I lad been received for May together 1 1I

than national boundaries. fires burning and still others will I I fragment of the great Quiet i I! with a change In recruiting I

than Those who are too weak or who which made It possible toapply
more Important political or Into the full time procedure
probably go I. Kecly Do Little :, too roughly or" too hard must ] the state by Cost of a W .*\ E uniform, exclusive -
play of
economic strugglt'-no matter how country along : from all parts
armed services of our What is
seems so dopey to me of accessories is approximately
home early. But weak or strong district headquarters -
great and engulfing.\ I I sro mail According to
with the boys. the fact that Porky gave Juanell a back at I $137.35. This Includes suit skirt,
God created" man, not the state! As we finish these last three box of chocolates for Easter and rough or gentle. all must go there were so many "mail hat. overcoat raincoat and service

-Shirley Harris. Stephens Cobbage. I weeks. we do it with a prayer of i then she was seen with L P. that evening Our Mother binds under up our the I order" applicants it became neces- ,I bag. Your purchase of War Bonds
rest
scratches and lets us
the quota.
v-- gratitude in our hearts. We thank day. Was that why Porky was belong sary to extend helps pay for the uniforms for these

;.orIE: OF Tn.LJo: i itor God for our school, and the great I sick most of the next day? rhadcws of the moon We SlIence.Annl' I All 17-year-olds will receive their"boot" II patriotic women. Buy War Bond
11141iTKltKlfn forever now. to the great at the Coast Quaid'snewest
i'hniiifiit opportunity it offers us to train for Three dopes had a big day plan-I training every payday with at least ten percent -
lirulimirc l>itri< t Tars I INnrlic Many I
|la lli>nli,> tMM'ii itint nil1InniU future American citizens. We'regrateful \ ned in Fort Lauderdale last week I Bromfteld.v station St. Augustine of your Income

(li'llmiui'lit "n, June' Il.i1l3!) fur | for the community In but bet tune they are such sleepyheads i ---- -- will be given initial assignments in One of the most essential articles
of 1: ertfl.uli Pruliutiro ,
l"'n'I'O y'llll'lIt which
Iilxtrht i.ixi'H, for the ','''r lulu. "r ... I whichwe live it has supported our the train left them and they I Beta Club the! seventh naval district of equipment for our soldiers Is his

niuili tluTiof im miu fur!t" ucn....im mlilIniiiln to school In every project It has ever never got there. I wonder If the ] Theta lakes in most of Florida. i canteen. In equatorial countries and
pnv I Ih" iitniiinit dui InxHM IMI bracket
] fur onld, I pear toffptlwrnlih. Hi, |I i undertook to do. sailors were as disappointed as the Men in the higher age in other warm climes they are particularly -
rosN of stilegtrrl5ed( In Vh" laMiiItoreriiliiff --V ] I are needed as radio technicians, radio important to the welfare of
mil. DNtrlrt. win bp mill girls were. |[: The Theta Beta Club held its boatswain's mates. I .."
lit tmhlli nurilon lii'irlm.lnir' nt twolvooirlork From all evidence it looks like j'Hooter" j I operators our fighting men. ZA*-* '
iinun nn tin lot ilnot .Tun,*.. 0. Ha S. Hit Parade will be sending Sil- regular monthly business meetingat and coxswains and will be enlisted .
1114.1.: nt I Ih" front door lOr 'Ihi' I'mii't soon the school house Tuesday ni[(ht' with officer ratings. Men qual. --, 'EiC.1
llotiHB In the lit> nt Okoi.< hiilii'oKlorl.lii vanus off to the Navy. Then wewon't | petty
mill, 1 ,rnntliiiiliiif, nnlll miM.il>' i 1 know which sailor she's talk- I!I A nominating committee composed i ifylng as expert horsemen may be, \

In \ruiniili'tp'l.rniiiilt,| >tf> list i.f darn ili>liiiiililit I ILi' ji/ Untill Tomorrow-Phillh to''Ing about. I I''I of Zelda Maron Johnson Martin Betty was Barber appointed assigned to the Coast Guard: the: ) .

InllllH 1t In HVIllllll.il. fill public lltHIUM'tlonfliirlntr Connie I I Eva Louise Is quite upset becausethere're and mounted beach patrol along
t the tittNni ifl ,bourn nt Hit* ofli'r ( by the president. 'I 1
after preliminary ..
jWI .1"- .. Mm Tux rolliM'tnr for the County 2. Do You Care-L. P. to Jua- about 150 WAACS in Se- I of Sllvanus Florida coasts .,
committee
of OkiwIinhfN' In tho ,'""rt Itouw at' I nell I! bring and she hasn't heard from A social tialning.
( ikc.'hnlH.,'. 1"1"1\11. nnil Imiulrli't ntto Harden Jack Coker Porky Draugh- VMr
I 3. Only Forever Jean Lee to this week What's --- )1
I the lindn Ini-luiloil In nlil ilrlln' her: boy friend appointed -
was
o on. and Charles Hargraves and Mrs. H. M. Barnett, wh<
mull toliMiliune. .
lint
anent liy or hy Sj Ivanus. the matter, Eva Louise can t you
nr In person, iliirlnn liiuini'tM nmir*. to plan the farewell social. their home here for thI <
| have made
.
You Talk Much Hcnie to i
Tilll l 11 i> fully mmwnrvil In the irfllr I oo trust him? Miss Finger donated her shoe ration : I
TIIX PollfitornnMn I past year have been transferred t<
.f mi M Sylvia. I Haynes Williams has definitely I
KiruTux :\ ticket No. IT. and a pair of
\ I." : Wlldwood where Mr. Barnett wllI II I
f'liilocttir of Oki'i-i'hoin'iCounty I 5. Loved One-Henle to Betty I said that he doesn't want a girlfriend $5.00 shoes which you will\ be ableto with the Seaboanj ,
FlnrlilnTHIS Sue. I be employed
| that Is a special one. cause from the FairStore
------- i 6. It's A Sin To 'I'ell A LIeH.W. they're too much trouble I sorta select yourself oft Saturday j Railroad Company. I The canteen, now being largely
H. Co. to Jack Duke. will be auctioned I manufactured of plastics, costs
Ada Janeis I
think that's dopey cause
The chances will be ten I I ;OilK; : : about 43 cents The canvas cover
I Be Careful, It's My Heart-Maron a mighty cute girl. ilk'?,holii'i'"' I'"unu.' 'I"rl.l"1.
WEEK cents each or three for a quarter. about 41 cent. or 84 cents in
,
to Miv t 1,43O'I'1I1
Betty. It's been rumored around that 1.\\
The money received from this auction \ : is 1I :1t.I'itn:" rimiiiirKiiiint all. Your purchases of War Bonds,
I
8. You Made Me Love You he beat Bill's i ,
j Mike believes can the tu Hi-i'tlnii 11 nf chiiiti IHJ'MI
used complete
I will be to People's Bonds will buy of
Juanita to Tiny. time with Ernestine. I bet he I I I. t... of I Klmliln.l", ,lilt; ;. known n I or many
Gilbert Theatre i scrapbook and to buy a flag for the \II'it I'll Vl"I'. tlif l.'lUiwIiu. ill, I these for our men in the Solomons
| 9. There'll Never Be Another I leant. Too. we think Jo Ann is iki'i IHIMI'mum
I I the school. i llii'il l.ntil III l i or in Africa where they are badly
You-Ada Jane to Haynes I a mighty pretty little girl. I I I FI..rl'llI.11) Innftirul for mile, ;.i I
OkeechobeeFriday 1 After the business meeting was 1'| .ulMiHUH'rv fur I Ihi hlsln-Nt miIn ',I needed. Buy War Bonds every payday
i 10. Too Romantic-Jack Duke to What high school girl wearing I I adjourned we went to Maron Martin's ] I .h| rush Mil. Hiilijcii In thtrltitil r,\' at least ten percent of your

i I Betty Ma. 1 Bobb'! cla-s ring? He didn't have !I Hit '1'."."-,.. of tin lull-mill lilt pr"tr income through
made ice cream. a Payroll
home and in',nt, riinil In t'1'itM| t alit and' all hlili
& SaturdaySHIRLEY i I --TAll /-- I lit on the other day I noticed. I V ul, the Cuurl lluimim, III %. M. mi t I ih Savings plan, r;, j. Trtauty DemrlntnlSAlVS.VOSIO

I people can and should be I L. P. sho had a fight with somebody As freely as the firmament em- I II I".,!'i t rmiil iln i lulu nt .linn.nr. ,mi)Viri' : .Mm: fret Fimiiiiiii..i : nlil; _

TEMPLEIn 1 Just, merciful; they should never I or did he Just walk into a braces the world or the sun pours I will lie riM-ryi'il tr"1'", ,
i door to get his face all cut up I I iliK.uidi nlilili" I Ilii'liN I nn PX I lHllii oR.lfer.
envy elbow. slander hate or try I forth Impartially his beams so "sir lEonil.I J .a"

,I to Injure but always should try to lUke that? mercy must encircle both friend 'I : .ni. I nnil J. Illk ,r, Wrlcbi ...."

"KATHLEEN"tilth II bless their fellow-mortals. Mary Jack Duke surely knows he's I and foe.- k Him Mnbdlvioion.All .. s. i
i SchillerV \\ Faust: .rch'\ Mrr Twl'| I
I Baker Eddy. I cute and I actually believe that :.Ill lit( 'II CniitalMliiu' In in.n.M ofX666
Betty Mae thinks so, too. 1'1:1: i'lTI'I nr '1'111: IMKHN; : '
_. Prudence is a quality l\rJ'R1\1.111\: :; 1'11'; III'
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Herbert Mar hall, Loralne Day ,, I Betty and Maron make a nice ible with vice and can lncompat-I 'Tin: !MI .MK" : UK. I'l.uiiinv : C;
we're Betty's not II\ II..v II UniiliTNimUiui
NOTICE;; OF couple but sure in its
Gall Patrick I U'lLKUION till 'r.\\ 1>'H-.1 I Interested. Too did you effectively enlisted '1'.10'I.I I.. Kuiiil, 1I0111D.TAStS'S. Or*
I.BW. of leas seriously Burke.' 1 'tk"'hnl"" r.iinln.i, ..I.,
I Ni.llii' l I. hi'r.'liv ahi'ii I Unit KomiI' know that thcre're five girls wantIng V ---- -
BILL ELLIOTT TEX HITTER :. iMirruiir' *'. holder tit lux ','rll Maron. He's going to '
""'11'". No. ll'l. Ituui'il the Inl ..1"I I t.o marry IN IIIK 1'\114'1'1'1'\ i connMM DIXIE CATTLEMEN'S ASSOCIATION MARKET
In"LONE .July. .1. h. I\la.\ :) sad 'lux tVrillinil.o. propose to one of them. One !'s 1: 'II I .11 I I' I I'll'III 1. I't Iti'1'll'IIh \

> ]';'I7, ii'.'ti'd! I hifull ilii\ "r Aim beautiful, one is intelligent abovetht' i 1"I.lllill'\i : of Sale of
STARVIGILANTES" tint, A. I ). lull), liim Illoil\ mum. I IS: AMI tint i >KKiCIIiMEK: : : Report April 29th 1943
In niv office ; hm uimlc uppllrntJn"rur | average one is an athlete one rorvrv:
IN CIMM rill: 20 head of Calves brought $1175 to $13.00 $ 63843 $3292:
Average
n Tux Diwtl to lip INHIIHI! Ih" '''" Is an angel of mercy, and the other
Mold Certlflc'iiteii oinlinrp the following I NO. mill 47 head of Cows brought $760 ID $11 25!: $263452 Average $3605))
"|"'.crll,1 property In tin Cotintv "frikiwliiihw Is Just plain Mary Jane. Do you i I'I'i'1''\ ill'. nKKBl'llum.K.: al)
Also: News and Minatore Mntf| nf f'liirliln. l<> nil. know the one he will propose to? iniinli'limllly, uf the ) 92 head of Steers brought $9 40 to $12.10 $0 063.02 Average $3592)
H of MI' of't i nf "t:" I :orals .I'l '!"."Ill. I 4 head of Bulls brought 1100 u> $12.00 Don't miss the play presented by I'l'tllluiuT, I ;MHUT.IIIK
sod I'\\'L. < f Sr.V\ uf Mil Mir. I :5 head of Heifers brought $11 V l It) u $1 \ 15 $ 13530 Average $ j.JOI
.' 1'wi. :::7 \ Date I
9. | KIT. .11. I'Miitiiliiluv the Gator girl scouts soon. M'r.\TEth I
& Monday : r FtilltlPA '
Sunday I3: ', in THH, 1 Yearling! brought 11.75 $3810
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a ml to be published later I) r..nlilll I
.I..U I Hinl .">. Illk. IKI ntl. l and Blllle are always 'I', TUB Tt\rmi:\ AM; ) "'1'1'1 -
Johnny CIIY UK OI MK: : 167 head of Cattle o933
I lldM't Illllll'l' 7.isi:; : ui" nn: I I brought $990376 Average $
JOHNNY WEISMULLER 1'IIH iiHRi'iiMiiii ill nf wild\ |"iriHrliiiulnr | \ arguing about whose girl Doris I'Hnl'.iT.i:. ri.(limit.Mi\ ; A II
MAUREEN O'SULLIVAN .11 hi t'erti.'nlt'. |1.,1,| UIIH 'Inlh Cheshire is. I can tell them she OTIlKKt: II'I..V*' CIIM'KUN; :\ : _
,' mi,mi- of II K:. !Himilii. K.I. I'll's.tnht' 1I"'h'' that. n 1.111"
in I'n\olO\ diilil ri>rllflr.tf. fhnll lie filopinnl .. likes a sailor best of all and It'snot linn horn nlI"| tin < 'In nil ,'."rt nfI I
., oV I ho Mmh Judicial" Cltviilt\ of flnrliliiIn .
JlI1Jr to law. property Johnnie and Billie. .
"TARZAN'S SECRET Rrrllii'il therein sits II hp "M to the mid fur IlkiN'i hnlii'e' vaunt)', fur Ihvpurpose I YOUR TRUCK TIRES
lilvlii'Nt hlililnr fit lli, roiirthounn door Betty Sue has not been happy nf olitiinliitf it dren'|" '* uf still '
of.Tuns 'cause Henry has "1'iiiirt Milldiitlnif, niul I ii.iiflrmliitf I'I1't'
tnnnth
TREASURE alt HIP flrflt Moinltn In the this week one bit '
IIHUK:
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\ wblih I In ihtt 7th f I OK o"tt'lIo": : :
1041 ItiT "
Don't worry. Betty IIOMIS: IWSPE' OF III I'!. tn
gone away. FI'MHMl
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'. 1MVI.liHli'il : i NEED RECAPPING ?
AIM: MARCH OF TIME thin 5th lay ofI.v. l-)t3. I'I'Jnn Sue he'll come back. lie iluti'.l Jnmmrv HllsT.WT I. I'H.. .In iiihdlvlileilI the ,prln'hull
of \
RAULERSON ii limn nt
"When Wife's Away", romrdy ROY 11. Court Guess that's about all the dope i "two I Ul 1 ai'rh's us fulluwn.: Mill,
Clerk of Circuit I I
Okf>f>i-hohoo Conntr, FlorldnBv I I can think of now. so until next I I I IIIIIXI:" H.Tl.: n A. KniiiN cud ili'ni'illiiiil) a.lx:131.rvMvrlea : In Have them recapped by Humphries at Fort Pierce
1, hands full
New. H n*
Si.pliriMiJii:| : I'l'iiiH. I I'. I'I1'ueE week so long. I I mild the Iliinnnilile petlllnn tar A.Millihitlnii O Knnner nnil. one thai of I in one of the South's finest plants. Nine years of ex-

/ the Jnduei of mild,,( Court that, him rnuxe issued he perience, finest workmanship, large stock best grade
order ri'iinlrlnir
Wednesday ..tl'I'iIe.tTIOFOR\( OK TAX DEED NOTIfK" IFrriHATinv an howlI. If any there h... In the Coiirt, I rubber and a reputation for square dealing. You can
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T.nt.Y1I hoiiw At PliTee( '
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Nollrc\ l I. brr ji ,'br" Klvnii Unit Jiihn I.,..T. i>.t to:inNntlrt "','.....k M on Ih 2nd rtnt of .Tune make an appointment, ship them to us via trucklineor
., TYRONE POWER P. Brptt 1001'1,.. 'nf Tin (',..rtlll"nl"oXo. In hi'riri'v riven that Roan \. fl.H:1.! : why mild hr>n.l. ilinll\..,..not,.
GENE TIERNEY 1.111 to IDA lni, .. N-iliMl the Hnliln.T 1:. Piirrnmw. holder lOr Tnj I ','5I III\ ynlliluted mid confirmed, hy ** have your local service station send them to us.
of .Tnlv, A. n. 1IINI: \ hm Ali>d stints ".111., JCn 21J, ImniKd the /Hill/ ilnv I of ",t mild Court, mid you HDlierehy
OF FURY" In niv ffK) '> hud Rinds Hpplliiitloiifur \ ..T"IA.. n.1t'l\ : him sled mimi notified, to show rune If nnMIII We do work for the Army, Navy, State Road Department -
"SON > NpecllliMlIn "'
n Tax I>oe<| tn I Im Imiiied tlicrnonSalil In my offlrs' ; him nindn nnpllcntlonfur have Ht the time and plni t
r'ertlfli-ut'ii\ rnihrnm the fnllowlnirili.mTllip.l n Tin Peed to he lnnm.il/ IhKiwiinKiilil ( mild order. why mild """d., .nhoiildnut I and many large construction firms and
Aldrich In Scrap property" In the County ntOkewhoW. IVrtlnViite. emli'iiec the futnuliiit InVHlldnrnd nnd "I'nntlrnii'ilThin
Also: .
stilt' of Plnrlilii tolt( : ,ncrllii'.l property. In the County ofrtkeerhnnef notice nhnll h< pnh'Uhi'il In Hie fleet owners. Our work is guaranteed and we can
A'l HliM'lm Sflttii i.f FlorlriH In wit\ : Okeerhohep: .>MII A newHpnoer pith
1 tn 4 lac, li-" lot
It and' t., Blk 1, Kemlnoli- Park Hi'lf SKI ft :N of KK roe of Hee.at lUlied In Okeeebohee Florida. onis : usually give 24-hour service.
Attractions Nnl>'||'' .liin of KVJ: "t 'I;K': of ,lInI' 3111 ft, \ HOT ft F.1)1: ..n'bp.k for three (til ennmviitlve
Coming ut Sw. SH 1'w" 37 |RICB I f). 8 its ft Hi*. 21. T"' p. .17 1tB. week* prior to mild hnurlntr the leint firs We also have a large stock of new Truck, Passenger -
15\1'u I W.! Containing nirThe "<. niihlloHtlon thereof to lie nt
i
}\: 'I'be iiHNrttiiintMif of. Mill prnpi'rtvnnilnt I inmi'iMini'iit of mild 1 prupiTtyitn.lor lirhtwn ((15) itnvn prier to (Hie data I and Tractor Tires and Tubes. Bring your cer-

MY OAL SAL mild ('or))Seaa l-."iii..l vim Inthe sold 'fI.tlft.lltP I.l .."".! win I Intlu of unlit henrlnvWltnoHii "i'illiMll
h,,,n'' in"1 Ih. tificates and fill order immediately.
Mature mime of OrrliK.. Mi'Nelll. I > sumo of ITurrev whirler.I'nIr'ts I" we can your
Hayworth Victor Colllf Wf (I..hnh' n
Rita I'nli'Ni .,,1" CcrtlHrate nhiiU rie riilrpmeil mild Vrlinrnte .hall he reilepmeil of Itllld
to inw' nerordlnn to liiw nroperty"rlheil norldn, This lib day of May A. D.
iirrnrillnyr nroiwrtydenrrlbed
GIRL TROUBLEDon therein ihnll be :nol.l to the t.,... thiTi'ln shell he unlit In theblfh..ol 1141.: '
Amechs. Joan Bennett tilnhcHt kidder at the Coiirihonm ilooron bidder it the Courthntne door ROY R. FACtKRION.Clerk Court. \ Humphries Tire & Retreadin .
Pin'nit
of the
month n'
the Hriit Monday In the month ftTune. on the Unit \fnndny In the of
PIED PIPER "'''1. which U the Tib dIY of "'n", 1'"'I, nhlth I I. Ihn 7th diiy of Ninth .TnrtM.il Clreolt y
Ju"P.:1.: .T 11"". t! 41Pnted riorldil. In anti for nVeerhnlieo I Bkyrl Moat (ovrr. Frr.tnllle'Bml J... lrrulnitlilni ,
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Monty Wooley Pnted thin nth flay| ofI .v l!>tt.UOY ; thin Tth dnr of Inv 1041 Comify.r'i..if 'i \' Howl Hfr li-. f.ttilrtMl Paint Toy: '
r / L. RAt'LEHSON,., I'OT t., HAT'T'HURON.Clerk 1 ( Cn.irt Hi'iiU, .
DESERT VICTORY Clerk Clrrnlt Court nf. Clrcnlt; Court nfi I '" W. Ponelr. Jr.rminiiel I '
.. .1A Okewhobm County, FlorMnBj >'ie.chiihi'e (County. : KloildnHy fnf Petitioner Mn* T.I21 900 S. Dixie Highway Phone 139, Fort Pierce Fla. '
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year service. Just ask my missus.
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ages, knitting sweaters, and the like and his chest out. It might have 1
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that's what it seemed like then and Iwas '
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been pretty though. H
: for it just as a matter of course. That was back last Summer, anda '
This year it's different. I've seen have been ;
lot of things happeningsince. Y VN. I
the Red Cross at work. The war's come terribly close.If t'
Saw it working out at the plant 'I If1 I
you've got a boy out there you I
the night of the big fire, when a lot know what I mean. t'4

of the boys were laid out cold. Last week we got a letter from i,1
Some of them wouldn't be around Sergeant Ben that his mother _
. today except for the Red Cross being wouldn't take a million for. Between
F right there from the start, ready
the lines, you can tell that rrvtt
with first aid, and with an ambulance those devils
our boys are giving
'F and canteen and a bunch of everything they've got and taking it -:, r

men and women who knew what t. too. Must have been pretty bad. .
do and how to do it. I'll MJ they One thing the censor let through .$

,, ,, were good. gave me another Red Cross angle. ,,e.
< Then, when my boy, Ben, drop Seems Mr. Field Director and "l:

his job and goes to soldiering, I get his bunch have gone right through i1

another angle on the Red Cross. with my boy's outfit. Been in the kigi '
Get it in a letter from a Red Cross hottest spots in every show with S 'j,

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

camp. Opened my eyes to a lot of of other things that add up, too. ",I
I things about my own boy that I They're there with what's needed ,'S:;

i, didn't know. He'd sure taken a pack when it's needed,just like they were '1
of worries with him into the ,;,
army. at that fire of ours. With the kind of
And this Mr. Field Director seems that small to V :
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I to have the Job of getting wise to a ih 1
us at home, but go big in a foxhole. :
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man's troubles and ding something "Dad" writes Ben, "Think of the
about them Nut only there, but at Red Cross as a he-man organization.Dig .
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It's a long) story, but it came out around next time." I
i fine, thanks to that "trouble buster"at You bet I will. This year I'm

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