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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: June 4, 1943
Publication Date: -1992
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Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 82, no. 91 (Sept. 13, 1992).
General Note: "The voice of the Everglades."
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28-Number 50 Okeechobee, Florida Friday, June 4, 1943 Price Five Cents

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Sitting In With REV HOLDING D. ALDEKM\\MEETINGS: Is FORBAPTISTS Okeechobee High School Closed MRS DIED KELLEY IN CLEARWATER NICHOLSON I News Of Our BoysIn

FROM WRECK OF AUTO'I'

AT FT. PIERCE Successful Term With 1 I Various

The LawmakersAt Rev. D. W. Alderman, pastor of Very 'I' Mrs Kelley Nicholson of Clearwater CampsAt


Tallahassee ,, holding Baptist the Okeechobee a Church revival Baptist In at the Fort Church Parkvlew Pierce is Program At School Thurs. Nile I 22 wreck and Beach In died that the was city following injured Saturday In Tuesday.a May car Home & Abroad


which started Monday of this Funeral services were conducted -

By Russell Kay week. Rev. J. B. Coston pastor of I. for her Friday afternoon and the Word has been received here by

(I lurliiu I'm. .\"clutlUIII) that church, will fill the pulpit here Okeecholjoe schools came to a I class taking part rendering the body was laid to rest in the cemetery the Boromel family that their son

"The Lady from Pinellas" is ambitious Sunday morning and evening. Rev. close last Thursday night with very ''customary class will prophecy history at Clearwater following the Fred who Is with the Naval Forces

and admits quite frankly Coston preached the sermon /hereon appropriate exercises. Hon. Carl I' etc. funeral services. operating In North Africa has sufficiently
On Sunday evening May 23rd, Mrs. Nicholson was the youngest
Homecoming the recovered from
Sunday at recent
a
that she Is to'lnlrith the Idea of I
Baptist church. Williams was the speaker for the ,i Rev. J, B. Culpepper of Ft. Pierce sister of Mrs. C. H. Parkerson of Illness that he has left the hospitaland
going after the illustrious title of
v--- 'graduating exercises. He spoke ably gave the baccalaureate sermon. His Okeechobee. Mr. and Mrs. Park- returned to active duty with
"The from Florida". the
Lady U
and well on the subject "Youth !I message was timely and well given. ,I erson and family attended the the fleet There has ,been no word

effort district to create falls and a new the congressional Honorable- Lions Club Nets In a Changing World". His remarks .: Rev, Culpepper Is a former pastor I funeral from here. from him as to Just what was the

were well directed and em- of the local Methodist church and -v--- cause of his Illness.
Lex Green relinquishes his House phatically given. Mr. Williams is while here was the guest of Miss I o e 0
seat to run for Governor the lady $200 Tues. Nite '' Williams Is
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mother.Closing Capt.
a retired resident of Ft. Pierce. He Alice Bass and her The Okeechobee News Is In receipt
plans to toss her sombreo In the [ I
Is a man of wide experience and I the first year of the administration of a letter from Marvin J.

ring as a candidate for Congress- The Okeechobee Lions Club real- deep learning. I' of Pit" C. M. Williams Here After a YearIn Poole who Is In the Navy and stationed -
Other
woman at large. names men-
ized over $200 clear with their benefit Class night exercises were givenon I there has been expressed general at Jacksonville In which he

tioned as possible candidates Miami.are performance at the Gilbert the Tuesday evening precedingand i satisfaction of the work of the North Africa' asks us to send him the Okeechobee -
Senator Ernest Graham of
Theatre Tuesday night when they were well attended and seemingly I year It is with pleasure that we : News. Willie Marvin did not
and Mark Wilcox From west Flor- I
showed the picture "The Fleet's In"to I 1 enjoyed by the persons present announce the fact that Prin. Williams !- enter the service from Okeechobeehe
ida conies talk of opposition for the I
crowd that turned This was given in a Informal expects to be here another ,,
Honorable Bob Sikes, who rumor a capacity out ], very Capt. C M. Williams arrived In. was raised here and Is con-

has It will be opposed the next go- to see It. ]! manner with many of the I year : Okeechobee Friday afternoon of I sidered as one of the Okeechobeeboys

This was a special show that was'' I last week and Is spending a fifteen I who are now In the service of
round
by Representative Dave
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Thomas of cambla and Parkhill booked by the Gilbert Theatre to | day furlough with his parents Pro their country.
be played to the people of Okeecho- and Mrs Williams at their home e 0 0
Mays of Monticello Others reported -
ambitionsare bee on an off night and all of the !: here. I Lieut. James Reid who recently
to have congressional
proceeds went to the Okeechobee Captain Williams has been In spent a short furlough In Okeechobee
Franklin of Ft.
Senator MYE'rsand i Too Late to Classify I
Representative Buck Hancock Lions Club I North Africa and the Middle East with his wife and friends has

The Lions Club desires to expressits : for more than a year now where | been sent to the Orlando Air Base
of Madison It Is possible of course I I '
will thanks to the public for the he was a bombardier in the United where he Is now stationed. Lieut.
that none of these aspirants I II
be at the post when the race starts patronage accorded this show and I By Russell Kay II I States Air Corps and was with the I Reid recently returned to the U.

out feelers 10 also express their thanks to the I American squadrons that were attached S. after spending a year with Jthe
but they are putting t I
and counting their pennies, and all management of the Gilbert Theatrefor I i to the British Eighth Army 1 army In the Middle East.

them will bear watching their cooperation in showing\ ,,I Unless an upset occurs in the'fln.'l special degree of concern. I'm not, when it started Its great offensiveat I 0 0 e e
of I
such a fine picture and making the clays of the 1943 legislative Nor am I attempting to criticize or1 El Alameln and sent the A letter received this week from

o 0 0 affau the ..ur 'ess It turned out 'r'lon we can chalk it up as one find fault! with this particular leg- I; Germans and Italians back all the Bill Bowden who left lIst week

If a guy were to Jump up In the to be o' the most successful tax-spenders Islature. Agarn" i"n m not. way to Tunisia! and finally ca.pturI I with a number of other Okeechobee

house and scream "Fire" or "Small- ---v --- --. -,, '-semblles ever held. Officeholders To tell the truth as legislatures! I ed the remnants of the famous I boys state that all of the boys

pox", he couldn't cause any more vvl'h few exceptions have foundhe n I consider this a very good one. : German Afrlka Korps. I who went to Blanding at that time

excitement than does the chap who Large Crowd Mere lawmakers in a kind and genI'rOlS t.I tier have lulled to do what the Captain Williams said that while I have been shipped except he and

mentions "State Welfare Board", It mood people want done: It Is not their operating In the North Africa campaign I Jadkson 'Davis and they do not

is like waving a red flag at a bull Attend The RodeoA True, one or two feeble attempts I Ito vault Only u few of these men he had many experiences know when they will be shipped to

During the past week every bill I economize have been made but owe anything to the "Taxpa t.r". with enemy fighters as well as anti- I some camp but hope that It will

that even sounded like it might beremotely advocates have received little en- Such an individual as the ,"Tax- aircraft fire but stated that wnen not be long.

connected with the wel- large crowd attended the rodeo < uacement in their efforts. Appropriation i paier", to most of them is Just a I srme objective was to be taken the o 0 e

fare set-up got In the ash can. here Saturday afternoon and Sun- committees worked dilUentlj II name a bugaboo somebody invented air force cleared away practically I Dan McCarthy, who has been attending -

Even It the bill was rood the boys,I daand enjoyed the fine program and recommended modest to rare politicians and office ; all obstacles and left the countryIn the University of Floridaat

didn't want It, and they even wentso flat was arranged for the occasion cuts only to be crushed under an holders. Tlu-v re\1." <:on'ttnow\ I, such shape that it was much Gainesville, returned home last
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far as to try and kill one previously The crowd came from Arcadia. St avalanche: of bureaucra'ic and official I :um. thy it\cr ee nr hear from, easier for the land forces'that followed I. week after the close of the term.

passed and signed by the Cloud Kisslmmee. Fort Pierce and pressure that not only restored hvi d"J ur'il' :e'v do tlfv a"e He expects to leave within a short

Governor. The Welfare Board went other nearby cities and towns. "ich trimmings but added sums I not i ,)t '1) be any different' t.i '. :: Captain Williams will not be time for the army where be will be

haywire this session by presentinga One of the main features of the I i above and beyond the original bud- they have bi en sent back overseas for the presentbut I! commissioned a second lieutenant

raft of bills designed to give them : program was the street parade i "et flames On the other hand. they owe :I will be sent to some Army AirBase i He has had three years of officers

more power and control of more I Inch was staged at one o'clock While are too burdened to the tax-spenders and of- i r Training School where he training at the University.
plenty
taxpayers ... ... .
money Things went all right for I ...- ""- .... .. -
Saturday afternoon.The parade.I leave hair ,. lifftcftmmissloncrs --,'wttl-'be fcfcatedffor's&rre'-tlme-
I and too busy to fif* hok'cll'l. +They: know
- uptime but-when the boys woke up formed at the city hall and proceeded homes and their work and attend ,, sheriffs clerks. constables returning to active duty overseas.V I Howard Wise, who Is stationed

to the fact that about every other to the rodeo grounds at the committee -hearings office holders I and all the others we generally at Vero Beach with the naval for-

"welfare" calendar had to do with i old airport on the Bassinger road I were on the Job every minute from :' term "the Court House or :I ces, spent Wednesday and Thursday -

they began holding their ,I IroOSE'S while the Civic Club served a fish eirly 'till late. city Hall crowd" are the boys to Ration Hoard Says I here with Mrs. Wise.

and pressing red buttons I dinner in the park between Ntx'sService I Fee cfflcers including tax assessors I tie to if you want to be reelectedor I e e e

a Station and the Padgett In the political GRADUATES FROM: .\VI\TIO\
I tax collecters clerks of clr- hope to advance People Should Not
Sectionalismwhich: has been Service Station. cut1\ court, county commissioners. I, irena They are the boys that I ICHINTST'3: MATE SCHOOL

more or less dormant this session I The performance began promptlyat Indies and numerous municipal I II really get out and work for a guy abuse Gas R2 I U. 3 Naval Air Station, Jacksonville -

broke out In a big way last weekend 3:00: p m. in which there was I i :fare holders have been a.s busy as Thev don't Just vote for a fellow : .aa Fla.-Herbert Ernest Nix son

when a bill to establish a University ulldogging. calf roping steer riding | tires in the hotel lobbies at the I II the j work like beavers. ; of Mr .and Mrs. Thomas H. Nix.

of South Florida at Miami and horse racing which was Capitol. In committee rooms and: L.IW makers after all. are not Okeechobee, Florida, I Okeechobee Fla., recently graduated

at a cost( of two million dollars, thoroughly enjoyed by the large I everywhere eke in an effort to put' much different from you and me. May 26, 1943 ''I from the Aviation Machinist

reached the floor of the House. crowd that attended I over pet bills at the taxpayer's expense Most of them fit naturally in the TO THE CITIZENS OF Mate School here.

Amendments piled up on the clerk's I Altogether Okeechobee's first rodeo They have had little to category of "Regular Fellows". They OKEECHOBEE COUNTY: I He enlisted In the navy Oct, 26

desk so fast he couldn't keep track was a fine success both from worry about for a (majority in both -if simply "John" or "Bill" or We have received a very frank 1942 and was sent to Jacksonville.

of them. They called for everything -I the standpoint of amusement and houses have been most sympathetic "Henry", sent to Tallahassee to letter on gasoline conservation and I Fla. for Indoctrlnal training before

from striking the enacting also the financial side.v has been to 60 with a I ,being transferred to the Naval Air
and the attitude so far play around for days ne want to take this means of

clause to striking the word "Miami" | I I "take care of the boys in the court I "emmontal backlash that has passing this Infomatlon on to jou Technical. ... Training Center at Jacksuuvuie -

And inserting "Jacksonville" or i i"Tampa" RATION BOOK :MUST: RERETURNED I hou'e and1' city hall, been created, aided and abetted by i iothf'r As you know the eastern sea -.

Just about everybody had' TO BOROI1LN I Prior to the session there was Johns, Bills and Henrys and board faces a critical shortage of Nix is now a qualified aviation

something to sav and before the : CAR IS SOLD OR TRADED I considerable talk of "Economy" We under! the circumstances It Is real- I gasoline and drastic restlctlons machinist and will probably see

t fireworks were over some of the were to have a 30-day session. appropriations ''v remarkable that they do as wellas have been established on non-es- service with a naval air unit.

boys got real personal: The melee I Regulations Impose a duty upon would be cut to the they do.COMMENDS. i sential driving In 12 northeastern V--

occurred during the Saturday every person who transfers a VI'I I, bone no new taxes would be levied V I II states LITERACY REQUIREMENTTO :
morning session when only the con- hicle to another to turn In his ration bureaus and I Happily. Florida has been given BE LOWERED BY ARMY
'ivelapping boards BOOK ROOMSOF : I
Board' : :
sideration of supposed uncontroverslal books to the Ration
abolished from these restrictions
'commissions were to be immunity
bills was expected as many of I within five days thereafter (Paragraph :I rr consolidated In short it was OKEECHOBEE SCHOOL for the time being on an experi- I Washington June 1. (FNS) A

the members were absent. Representative I 343 Gasoline Loose Leaf Ser I to be a Tax-payers' Legislature. I II I mental basis, In short we have l, change in Army literacy require-

Dowda. chairman of the vice, The regulations give no authority have been Tallahassee Fla. I been put on our good behavior, par- ments, so that men will be accept.

House Appropriations Committee to a dealer or person who I I County Commissioners They have May 26 1943. ticularly holders of B and C books, II ed for Induction or enlistment ,

brought the question up with the buys such a vehicle to accept possession 'particularly favored.about everythingthey : Mr. T. George Walker, Manager since A book holders already are ,, without regard to literacy now
view of eettlns reaction to the of the ration books. Any .een given Just certain of early approvalby
I Judges' salaries I State Textbook and Library Service limited to the amount of gas they appears
question of appropriating the two person who possesses a ration book I' asked for. and State Department of Education I can buy and use. I the War Department, accordingto "
assessors
million He sure got It but afterIt unless authorized to do so by Ration have been raised; demands Tallahassee Florida. I Our regional office was successful Congressman Bob Slices. Heretofore -

was over knew little more than Order No. 5C Is a violator of clerks have had their Florida excluded. I : only ten percent of Illiterates
I
I In having
Dally Mr. Walker:
he had at the beginning. There the rationing regulations A dealeror smiled upon. As the Tampa Dear feel that It Is to all of us work- have been Inducted, and the Army
the of vehicle Is Times puts It. "It has been Just one Re: Okeechobee County up I the
was no particular occasion for other transferee a .I together to convince Washington has denned literacy as ability
Ing
rucus for the bill simply provided subject to penalties If he accepts big field day for office holders"In told On May 14 I visited the schools that Atlanta did the proper 1 I to read and write English at or
j j'awmakers I
for the establishment of a schoolof transfer of a ration book from the his message the Governor in Okeechobee County and Superintendent I above> a fourth grade school level.

medicine and dentistry at Miamiat transferer of the vehicle. that if they would l pass I Hancock. The book rooms thing.If Washington can see that we ;I "This policy has had the effect of

some future date and, called tort V his cigarette tax, which ne estimated Okeechobee schools are the bestI are able to do our own policing, deferring many able bodied men,

"when and It" appropriation All FOX TERRIER NURSES would raise approximately have had the pleasure of visiting motorists confine their non- particularly colored who otherwise

aareed\ that such a project could PIGS AT MOORE HAVEN three and a half million dollars, In Florida. Every book was In placeby essential and driving within reasonable would be subject to Induction," said

not be undertaken until after the that amount would replace revenue ; grade and subject. The county I' It Is possible that the immunity Slkes.
Tampa May 24 (FNS)-Rlpley 'ost from racing and gasoline, and equally well kept. limits,
V
war, but from the debate one gathered book- room was I conttnue. -
the that the bill ought to Investigate this yarn no other funds would be needed. Okeechobee County has may I
impression If I believe We believe t.hinbe done, if U. S. St'GAR, CORP. BEEF
passed work would start the next I which appeared In last week's issue Finance and Taxation committees a State record on lost books as I B and C book holders are asked BRING HIGH PRICES AT
of the Glades County Democrat toyed with numerous moneyraisingideas had only one copy lost
morning I they have frankly, to avoid using gasoline for I THE KISSIMMEE MARKET
o 0 0 published at Moore Haven: but held all such bills In committee during the past year and a fee was
such to
driving, as
A bll' Introduced In the Shands "A three-year old fox terrier until the cigarette tax was collected for this book. The coun- I unnecessary theaters amusement places, on Klsslmmee, Jun. 2. (FNS)-Prime
owned by Mr and Mrs. J. E. Frier- assured. Now others are on the the principal of
Committee! aimed at stoppIng the ty superintendent, weekend outings, etc. beef raised by the United States
will mean I
has adopted and Is nursing calendar and If passed Davis who
-en and Miss
practice of hiring numerous "spec. the school Clewlaton
millions However, If we fail to respect ) Sugar Corporation at
lal attorneys". passed\ that body bya two pigs which are about to outgrow more taxes and additional handles books for the county areall the regional office has near record prices at the
'I I them the trust brought
Frterson Among
vote of 31 to 1 and was sent to their 'mother', Mr. '; for the tax-spenders. beer. proud of the way In which the bespoken for us, the ban on pleasure livestock auction here last week
tax on
the Ho'ise It provides that no states : are such proposals as a amusements textbook program is. being handled driving may yet be extendedto when bidders sent prices skyrocket.Ing .
division of trovernment would be allowed "The pigs are the only survivorsof & tax on theatres and have a Just right to oe.
a and they Florida. If It Is, It will be made with bids from 18.50 to $18 per
a litter (of nine and were taken I in Increased tax on Insurance that I make
than one with
to employ more It Is pleasure mandatory thus bringing on aggravating hundredweight All grade AA. the
their mother bv Mrs. Frier- tax on payrolls and what have you.
special attorney without express from this report. be-
ariseto enforcement orders which i iI' truckload of steers weighed
afraid the sow would, When the timid tax-payers
aoproval I of the Budeet Commission son who was Sincerely yours. each
and make compliance 850 and 1100 pounds
and tween
upset everyone
law-makers
While
It further provides that the injure them In their pen. ask "Why? Maston S. Hayes I' of the white face
about the difficult. I and were crosses
Att.\mp\ General shall be the legal. the pigs were playing In the yardof politicians s'art howling V
in this
stock.
that one
ter- children, the We believe every and angus
the fox crippled
I Frlerson home cH folks the
pdvl of state officers departments I the
or SCIENCE SUBJECT will patriotic citizens. I estimated the fattened
and although the school teach- CHRISTIAN county ; as Buyers
adopted them ]I under-p-lv\1fged.
rise
boards and commissions.Speaking off I dress I out at least 60
by leaving would
But be glad to cooperate cattle
had puppies Is furnishing the widows and orphans
in support (of the measure she has never ers and Crea and thus do i Swift and Co., Turner &
of shows the money don't "God the Only Cause non-essential driving percent,
with plenty record
\the pigs the
Senator Rose said It would correct -
milk The pigs are thriving on the for such noble purposes or at tor" Is the subject of the lesson- their part toward gasoline conservation Gee of Orlando and the Lively
so;
situation "that has
a very between 9 and 10' least not until Just about everybodyand sermon which will be read In the and toward keeping Florida Market paid top prices.
weighing
created scandal In thisState" fare,
ready a each. The fox terrier everything else has been "tak- Churches of Christ Scientist, thru- from having enforced restriction on Other beef sales were fairly good,

e e 0 weighs pounds twelve pounds. 'I en care of". As the Miami Herald out the world on Sunday, June 6. pleasure driving. following a slump earlier In the
take care of us The Golden. Text Is: "Whatso- Yours very truly, week while pork held Its own. More ethan
the dog It, "We gotta
months
the "Several ago puts
Although It failed to provide shall be for ever: SCHARFSCHWERDT, head of livestock was put
of God doeth It L. 11'. 400 eon
take you. ever
litter of kittens care
the House last week voted adopted and nursed a I before we
revenue to It, nor anything Chairman Local War Price market bringing In excess
appropriate $3,700000 for 'school which had been left mother- Don't get the silly Mea that I nothing can, be put the
to am viewing the situation with an" taken from It" (Eccl. 314), and Ration Board. of $30.000 to the growers
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OKKICBOBEI .FRIDAY JUNE: 4. 1943
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NOTICE OF \rrnrtTiov TJt1'A NOTICE OF The training of children Is a profession I
FLORID It passed both !
OPERATORS Jerry Carter and
NduS' TAX IK.KI [
\I'I'Ul'ATIO'll: FOR
(Qhl'rchohrl'[ KFH where we must know howto ;
TOLD TO CUT GAS1 Babe Douglas would have been out I.BVH at 11M3 Law of 1U3J
I of bounds as far as residence Is Nntli't l lii i-rcliy iclvi-n that FrmikIlninill Notice ,la hi-rvliy gheu that lnml lose time in order to gain It. I
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----- -- I holiliT nf 'I'in Vrllllnnto I No.1V1H. K. Unrratiee, holdor of Tnx ( ,'rtltl- Rosseau. ,
Jacksonville June 1. The Officeof concerned and of .' ifU, IHHIII-I! the nth day of
Published Friday by the probably out tHKiicil the nth tiny nf AuiruHt.. cute '0.
Every Defense Transportation has Is-I their jobs M well. It developed from A. 1>, 1\f' \\I. him III,'.) HIUIIO In. in\ Jnly.J,. l>. I run: : Inn Illiid. n inn
Okeechobee News Co.. at Okeecho- ,,(th'l' hut Hindi) apiilli-ntlon) for n '.'In my office! nai male application\
Florida. sued Instructions requiring Florida's; debate that House members did not Tax Deed to be .hiatus. ) then/on Pnld' for a Pus Deed to be liaueii thereon.
be Okeechobe County
4000 commercial vehicle fleet oper- hold the commission In too high I'ortlllriitie I olD lrtut'ca tin' fiillnwlnie do Said! Ct-rtlflcnti-I "i'iiu tuniu'u'u the folnwlnir
ni-rlln |irupi-rtv In the County, nf dpicrlhed property In the County ofOkeechohee Gilbert Theatre

BRYANT BOWDEN ....... .... Editor ators to reduce their gasoline con- regard, but after considerable "back Okeerlin1, Sluti'' nf Flnrldn. to-wlt : Mate of Florida, to-wit :
sumption 'to minimum essential and forth" they voted to let the "lot'I/ Hlk. ai.h Cllnf okiwhnliee lieu 8IH(: ft N of SK von of Sep.
N loft ft K :'Hllft
The Huai'iHinent, nf mild 1 proprrtvunder 21. run W 801 ft. Okeecbobee
Entered as second class matter needs, H E McDanlel, district ODTmanagE'r. matter rest for the time being. I I mild IVrllllcnlc) ) I IHHIIVI, nm 'In S HM ft. 1'I'c11, Twp. 37, HRO.

July 1. 1914 at the Poet Office In said today. -- NOT"Ink..rhoh.-- :- hut't'lili-n nnine mild 1ft Tnheplnnn I IVrtlllcnti'I uliiill. tie, i. ,15.The Contnlnlnr ii."i'inimi'iit %,nf acrt-it.ald propcrtv I Friday & Saturday

Okeechobe. Florida under the The move was prompted by the .,. CoiinM" Kliirliln. 1",... .,) ni'Kirdlnir to 'Iii''', prnperU, di" under ..Certlflcnte. luaued was In I
theroln nhnll he mid tn thnlilKheat the nnmp nf llnrvwVhtrlcr., I
critical fuel shortage. and an est .turnI1 1H41NOTICE
Act March 8 1879.SUBSCRIPTION.
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of -I he
II itI'r' nt the Cniirthnniio ,h..rull I nli-na anti Ctrtlflcate shall redeemed
IS' nFIF.IIOI'J'S! Tttntpnrmiitnt
_._- -- -- mated 45.000 trucks busses Ibo Hmt Mnndiiy, In the mnidb, nf according to law propertydpicrlhed Double eature
to "Section' (n at rhnptrr, 1-?HI.tnnn sold
RATE cabs and other vehicles In the state I of Flnrldn. Actn 1IM7. litiownIho .A .July 1941. which I I. the nib' dur nfInly. therein shall he to the
door
lilxhput hlddcr at the Conrtbouae Wallace BEERY MarJorie MAIN'
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One year In advance ...... 1200 are affected by the restrictions.The MflU'IIY ATT. the fnllnwlnir! dforlhod .- "to' 11I4i\o, I.t tiny of .Tune. 1045! nn the 1Iml Monday In the month ii: I
Six months In advance 1.00 problems and requirementsof IHIII! In Oliwchntipo ronntFlorida \ hIlly K HAI'l-ElfJON.: .tutu,'. : uhlih la thi 7lh I iln\ nf hoJACKASS
will ho offered for mlp atP11bhp June, 1041.Dnted .
months In advance .75' each handled individually inlfTT fop the uml rierk Circuit Court nf Mnv, 1041
Three operator were WntiMit I I (>kee<'hnlii>o County, Flnrlil.i thin 7th diiv of MAIL
and no blanket order was bout .ruin bid unMocI tn the rlithl i>fIho (Circuit Court Sent' ') ROY L. KAPI-EUSOX,
Trnntnpii ..f the Intrrnnl Improvimonl Clerk Circuit Court ofOkeechnhie
notices In local columns -- --
Readln Issued, McDanlel empha'lzed. Knnd' to rojoi-t nnv And nil\ Mil", County, rlo.'ldu -&-
10 cents a line. Rates for dL playadvl'rtlsng He said that all surplus gasoline nt the Court Hnnno. nf 10 A, >f on thiMh AI'I'LICATION NOTICE OF By Sflphronln' IVane, I>, (',
FOR TAX DEKI ._
-- Hedy LAMARR Robt. YOUNGIn
dnv of .Tnfi', IHI Kim-nii'iit i -
furnished! on application
Issued to fleet owners throughout for rond right nf war 100! fwt v lili-', Law of sass XOTHK; OF TtX: MtlE
Classified advertising 2 cents I. Notli li hereby e'ven' thnt Unna 11141erihld: -.
the state. either as reserve tank 11h.\ fpuprvcd frnm nny pnrrfl B. Durrani-1. hnldor of Inx (','rtl For llellninirnt <

each word per Insertion. All Items I supplies or In the form of coupons, through State' ttnnd nhlch. there In nn olnHnir Monte Ni I 19. ImiiPd the Sri dnv of Notice 11",111111/8 In Hereby 1)1.1 rhi't Olvi-n Taxrn thnt nil) H. M. PULHAM ESQ.
silly, A. fI 1D1D.) nnd) Tnx ('", lIrI.ot. ,
enterprises conducted for June 1MI.I: fur
regarding i had been recalled. I.otn I No 1117) iMUi-d the /nlh dny nf A"" ,
0"11"1 nf Evergt,,ii '. I)rniuuusugr
profit are chargeable at dvertlslng The effect of the order on fleet Lot Addition.10. Hlk "II TIM nf OkpoI'hnhPC In lint, A, offle 1>, 1940.hat mndiapplication hnx died tini IilMtrlct luxi-a for the \iiir 1'ilJ or. s<>. Also: Glimpses of Washington, DC.
rates. mv ; much thereof hit! iici-canarx Inpn
119 linn
facilities
and
owners transportation for a Tax Peed to he muted thereon, War :NewsSunday
Hi-IT !W> fl \ of I'IW' for nf VW'inf \' the ninniint dm- for laxen nn anldlanda I
nlj Vrtlflrntoi omhrnee the fnllowlnidoicrlhed
could not be determined Immediately .
fnr anld) ,\enr, toitellu-r" with thpoatM
Advertising bills are payable on NVVM nf SR'J, run K I Cfl.. iropertT In the ('ollntof
ln,,
but It was predicted that N no ft w nn fi M no ft s' ..,- Oki-ephobec Stnte' nf Flnrldn. tn-wlt- of mile api-clDed In the airovernlngr
the first of each month. Parties ant DlHtrlct will\ be anMut ,) & MondayMickey
operators would have to reshuffle an TWP JIT flee :tiTHf R u, of SI n>4 nf SWIof !I.) '/ -
unknown to publishers required to many TPF' or TUB INTRllNlt.IMPItOVKMRNT nnd W'\\ nf Sr4 of InVi. See public l a iii')houu lu-irlniiltiff) at of tnelvn'clnck Jnni
their on the lat dnv
schedules and reduce FfMl OT THE niinn
29. T"1' 17. HUP a- c''nlllllllnllAm.
advance.TURI'ENTINE nf the I'ntirl 1
In 14,1.! at the front door
pay I 1'I' TATB: OP ?T.ohiIDtli. 1.1 .
mileageFor I ROONEY Ian HTOJTER
: I lloune In lie ('It> of OkwclmlippFlorldn.
.
UftT It nnnlnmnnTrustHci Agrnt and ,
nnd contlnulnic unlil call mil'la 1
reasons of military secrecy I. I. Fund. Okwoh,,''' Lot 4 nod :\, IMk (tin i'tt \' of In
I .
WORKERS TL'TIN the percentage of reduction In the (OottntT, FlorldnvrifirK Okeechobc. completed.A complete Hat nf au'1I'h di'llniiuentInnda

AOniCVLTfRIL CATEGORY state's quota could not be revealed, -. \priir\TioN---ton- under The anti nHUPWiment(II.A nf IHHIIPI nald, propertr wai" In In nvnllntde for public, I Innpcillnndurlnir nffln- A YANK AT ETONwith
Ihe liunnenn hniira nt Ihe
said. Indicated the nf 11 E: Penila, I>t. I( '
ODT officials They T\: iFFY> hems I'
of the 1'", Culli-ctnr for the ''iI ut"
Turpentine workers have been Inw of 1011Nnllio I'nleni told Ccrtlflrntei ihall ha redeemed Ilonw nl) .
however that it was the heaviest of Okcpchntipp In the Court
'
In hori-liv, Blvr thnt .1 ( ni-eordlng to law property deirrlhed unit Inqnlrli nlto
Florida
classified as agricultural woikers Imposed on Florida thus far. Vontin, hnlof Tin rorllniifi'" therein Khnll he sill to the Okeephnl the honda Included In aald dellnH Freddy Bartholomew

and are free to move from camp to 75.:\ IMIIOI! the 4th ,\\a\ nf Tulv! Mgheat lilil'lor' at the Conrthonte door in nt( lint hy mAlt or by telephone,
.\ U 1IVN lino fl'ed mil' In, nnfdip nn the flr.t Mondnv In the month of dorlnit InirthicnM, hnniH Also: MarrU of Time
camp and into any other agricul- LocalVilems .. linn rnidinpiflli, ""'nfloii, f'1 n .Tune 11141: which U tho 7th dnof or will In h,'pcmnn fully nnnnered hv the oflloof
1 uiial pursuit without obtaining approval Tnx TWd to IIP Imiiioil Ihoroon Sit,! June, 104,1 mild Tax CnllecfornriME War News
CeHlflrntiimhrnren I the ',,11..11 hIll I ,diorlhed Doted thU nth lAY of Mnv 1013.) .DEIIMAN..
of the U. S. Employment ..,
prnpprt In tim" Cnniitv ROT R. RAULER8ON Tax ('..II11.I"r of OkeechnbiCounty "
Service, according to an interpretation I (Oki-erhidii ,Stnti' of Klorldn lo..It') Clerk of CIrcuIt Court FloriSt'
!Wi! "f "1'1 "f RI'vi, !I.'.. tI"1l snor lpei-linhi e (Bounty, Florid .
Thompson ----- --- -- WednesdayJudy
made the Mr and Mrs. Kirby ,,
of by
regulations I run W sn- 7 ft v fl 7 ft I" By Snphrunhi Peace 1IV >. f'I VOTITKTallahnmjec.
Jacksonville office of the War Manpower and two daughters of LaBelle. were S lino ,,f Ilciid) II, Ihelin N I'1 do.-: I I I Florldn; "- Mnv 12 VI4'INO'l'K ; I
'I ,JJl-;; I--: ;: CANOVA Joe E. BROWN
Dmnf tl.md -
Commission. visitors attending the rodeo here 1'1 mill K nlntiu THE ( (' 'K I li herehy slvpn, thnt the
yvro ft Q jus ft H'-I ii-M nn 01' 'IIIK SIM'M I .11 IHI'IAI.. (C'IIWI'I'I'.W Stnte Hnard nf Education nf the :
But when a turpentine worker or Sunday Mr. Thompson returned <'\\, nnr. nf RWV' nf 'F.'/, nf "5'4. I Pl.nKIFM State of Florida' nil) uSer for -mliand In

farm employee or operator switches 1; home Sunday afternoon while Mrs run K n ft tn TOIV thoneo p 0ft IN AM> 'fllI (IKKWIIOBKI: : ncclvc cntnpetltlve lildn at Tnllii
\1 to Unnd s Strlr nln"'I'\ IMtn 'I CHATTERBOXAlso
corXTYIN hiimieiriorldn' J tipie :'iid, V.H.I: ill
from agricultural to Industrial emI j I Thompson and daughters remainedover pt dlle N nf !'))fl. < to I'On CIIAVfERY 12 o'clock NOON for the fnllnwlnir ,

ployment. then he comes under and are spending the week See, II. Tnp. fl7 HBP, 11 IV !II n. KMCITV dem-rlliPil into) In 01\ ".::1'1I0IHF.: "The Watchman :
nereii *51.' IOKKKl COI'NTY. FI ollln.A .\ : Comedy,
control of the Federal employment I here. The ninpKinen nf mild nropprt* MOUKK, n I Iiiiunii 1\ Sccllnn' III' : 'ronnnhlp! .17 Takes a Wife" I II
-ervtce, It was added. iindor unld rprilflonti" lumipil II'U In 'lMillly nf I lie. South Itnnffe 3H Knnl, <'oniulnliirIllii II I
HIP nnmp of fnltnown stale nf KlnrldnI'ltltlnner.. I ncn'a lkepi'iioIre" ('", mtv. I
"Whenever an agricultural worker ]'I' Mrs. N. G. Culbreth and granddaughter rn1o. ,iinld Oertlfti-nfe lihllll he redppmod I (1 III I Ic II THK Thin Nellie I. ptihllKhed? In compll Coming Attractions '

nulls and comes t() town for nonagricultural Virginia Lee Culbreth, nppnrdlnir to In"' prnnortv doflirlhed I xiiowcu'si: ance with Ni-etlona S70IIH Hnd "70,(W
Ihorrln abet lie flnld In t the TUB ,
Wl'O: 1 FlmIdn stntntea 1'Hl
work," a WMC spokes left Wednesday morning for Hen- HIP, nrlhoimn Soy
hlehpst Milder i ni FI.OHIIM. I The State Hnnrd of IMncntl-Mi, roo
man said je'Aerday, "he or she dersonvlUe N. C. where tht'y111 o"> the flml "!foiidfiv,. In tile finn ) h. of I Di.feiidunt ITO I .,'"',.a t hi' right In vi-pit.| Oil 1\ ,IIMI, nil FOR ME AND MY GAL
.Tnh101).' ,,1h'h l to tI,. Mil it"n of TUB STATM' IF" Fl ISlhIi 5'I'llltOI'Cl 1 Mil
must get approval of the U S. Employment spend three months during the 1,1111' ll'nllAo"lm P." older nf the Slnto tlninl: nl I THUNDER BIRLSFOOTLIGHT

Service before being placed summer. They were accompaniedby Pntpil lhl. 1-i iliu "f .Time 1141ItfiY 8TKEKT. KTA1K: ATTOK\K\ Kdiiiiitloii "f F'urldnSpi. I SERENADE
I U II \fTFRiOVrwv 1 IIIK II .11 > ..."ird 1 I. Ilnllnnil. I OiiMiimiAtip .
who will return MM nicl' M I. CllKTl: ) )
on the job. Gilbert Culbreth (')rttt ('''lIrt "fOkeoplioliee lAM> FOB: OKKni'llilllEKrorsr I .tI'nlln HIT PARADE OF 1943

The penalty for failure to clear to his home here the first ofnett ('"ttit V, Plnrldn \", f'I.IIIIII.A '.\I IIIK.U I FnnllHh !' %.' I I

SerI I I I d'lri nit' ('''nut, O.nll> 9E'r,1tA. = 1.. !:,U 11:1r.; ;! CS.I'; .' I
through the U. S Employment week., : ,,.. ,,. : .
-- ---
---- S I l/.l.\-4 .\ \ 11 --
vice consists of a heavy fine both -0- ATIf'x OKV nTn.It IIA'l \th OH i 'LShII I
tIre f\TI() ton T\\ i.tfiln ) X(4 1
West ; IS1111111'1' lll'IK Oil
for employer and employee. Mrs J. Denliam Bird of ,.. uf 1031) IS'IEHI-VT: IV IMini'FllTt!! To
I
of the Tuesday and Notice I1* hen'hy given that :.T The program Is part pro- Palm Beach spent UK: AFKncTKD: : IFS 1MB I I"'SI' TRUCK
I Okee- pwU hnliler' of Tint rVrtlflcnte"Vn ,tVCK OF TIn IITFt! X'MIVI; ,
Inessential this week In
"stabilize" employment
tram to Wednesday of mi) to 1(1(1 It.... Issued tbo 3rdiilnv BONUS HRKFIMlEinw.;.

occupations, cutting downon chobee visiting friends. nf, .TillS., T, nifl. hn. fl'eil' name FRKRCH TO, (lit TO BI5, .\ !rKFCTED
and In mv off Ine : II.. mnde unpllfnflnii : TV ANY WtY TIIKltK: : I NEED RECAPPING ?
transfer from Job to Job -0- 'n, ,i TUT Posit tn IIP mare thiircin BY. I

helping to place or keep workers County Judge T. W. Conely. Jr, *illd CorllflrntpH) "ml.rupp the ,.follov. In" You ;mid eiii-li nf ton IIIH h-n"In tstr'ii .

best serve the war I afternoon from ilpfiprllipd prooortv' In the fount" r fOkwluiiinp ,, ) In npiieni' ,nt It 41 n'...lock .\,
where they can returned Tuesday I, St nto nf rtnrldii\ to wit, M. nn this lib. ilm nf .J.j, m.1! li.Ihe Have them recapped by Humphries at Fort Piercein
TimesUnion.V he went on business nini-kn 1 In tin., IP" lnt
'frortFlorida Tallahassee where \'I ('ouinilu.iupi' nt tinirt) IM, t Hi.'
---- 11 nnd. 12 BIV 1, Spmlnnlp' PnrV I'uniilv nf Mnrlln, Ktnlp, nf Fl..rid) i ipnrmmnl one of the South's finest plants. Nine years of experience -
----- .,f Kl ', nf NTH\ ot .
nh,1IIntnn In thn ,,,'IIU. In "'11111' In
ATTORNEY CENTRAL'S: PLANS: I VW'i r'f R ii 50 Twn 17 'Iur the vnlldnMim) nf l.enornl I'pfundlnirBniidii finest workmanship, large stock best grade

LEGISLATURE room house 't'n. utile ) ..tnniiir\" lOll prnpniu.d ;
FAIL TO PAS FOR RENT-Five n.'n.n1r'>t nf *,1 ild II'"''''''"* to In- tunned' liv HIP, I'll"\ nf, 15k,',','h. rubber and a reputation for square dealing. You can
with all modern conveniences. Good under mild) fprtlfl"nt") I 1....",I "Mis In ,,,-.. Klnrldn" .Ii, lluprlmliil I "1 ninminl I Inf I
I tlio nnme nf Tnrrle) F.. MeNelll. ... make an appointment ship them to us via trucklineor
Fighting for the state's welfarealter for garden. C. WINKLER S, dnH'-l'iiil" III .1,1 .11 ,
place ) he redoomed
Tirl.a mild) I"rtllll.n'" nhnll linn I Mhlih lini IHIII Illpd In the nhn\i-"
they had forced Attorney -0- nppofillnir to Inw, tiTnne'tdemTllipd > i-iilltlod" .'"1.*.. nl mirh time" nnd) l>lin'tn I have your local service station send them to us.

General Tom Watson's legislative Bowden left Wednesday thpriln vlMill, lie mdd tn thi nho\" mi*,' Mhv) th! ,- |t'rit'CTA, nf ilnrplltlnn '
Molly iIr" nt H'e PniinhnMup dnnr We do work for the Army Navy State Road De
Klhiiild not lie rrnnted Alit' ,
out of his statute 1 she has accepted ., Ilho\; the mnnlh l < f
cohorts to take i for Sebring where >qffondll" In ",>edltitfM!I nnd IminU) vnllditteil I
revision bill provisions for sendingthe i 1 a position In the office at Hendrtcksi I.!,,,, 1">I1. "rhlih l a HIP 7rh dnof anti pfinnrtned an thi'mln prnved!, ntilnN partment and many large construction firms and

printing out of the state a i Field. T"ni.."I,1> 'ill "'.", 1'HIpfiv ': Slut nuthiirl/.il' of Fliirldn.: ,inidi-r: I,10,. Inn nf ill' i fleet owners. Our work is guaranteed and we can
'
of Florida's country weekly I -0- I.C' 5 I' I't'fcftN Tliln iixli-r nhnll lie inildlKliPd' nmiinh '"
(troup n.rfc rirpnif' riMirt ,,' I usually give 24-hour service.
w.k for Ihrpp I iSl roimpi-nth I
newspaper leaders in Tallahasseefor Mrs V J. Domer, who underwentan OVep,''hnhpp roniiti, l'lni-1' 1 nifkn I In 'Tinok"'it'hnliw? N'e" 't't 11 i
., .... rxoritr We also have stock of Truck Passenger
P large
the legislative session joined operation for goiter Wednesdayat p. "|.r..uln. Poneo-- lr.tvniiIuii'r| |,ulilNlii.d, l In the Cltv ..fOliorllnlilP a new

hands with the governor and five Jackson Memorial Hospital at .- 01 ( 0'- "'ri>'-Tinv -nrHI ., I.r,'. I'kirMn, I III, HIP thi'CoMlllof,flr--i) inihilrn"Olpil!|,,,. i iI I and Tractor Tires and Tubes. Bring your certificates -

members of his cabinet to fw Miami. is getting along nicely after ?>".", > \ll Vt'-KTINf! ,"", I In, .....r I.. Innt 1 lout, lhi'liln| : "> clji"xl and fill order immediately.
n II|'('*K OP IIKMUM; rlnr ti t Hi" ilnte hi-rpln dpnlitnnl.ilfor ) we can your
>
l
is In
abandon
the attorney general to Mr. Domer ..HfTIOVIMi f'I.'T"
the operation thp tips ni'1111 i if unld pnunp, nnd lh< I
provisions in the 1 bill to set up a Miami with her io) AIIvnni J ir M\V. rOX'F.n" ',,ill' miMli, ntlnn Klinll)) he nnt mnrthnii ,
take I'liimnilil' tn. NMtlnn 1,A nf :i iiiUa piBlili-i'ii I ilsl diva" hpfnro. I ilnd '
Florida.
private Gestapo In I -0- Hill No. M'i: : nhllllik ,In r.\itkcl. >,ldHUnilnnite ,1 'j"S fnr Ito. n1d )hetirlntrPONE Humphries Tire & Retreading Co. i
over part of the duties of various C F Walker chairman of the hint l irlit I'n,1>l li.\ tbe I I"iglnIIIIUIH : and O1M EIF1> nt F.iit
practically Commissioners if tbo Slut nf I'll) nil ,in III I'l.r.p Kl-rliln. lhl 2nd' dnof Juno
cabinet members and Board of County lull smmliin t)h., llnunl nr ('"inn,I., ,t V 1011! Illiyrleii Went ('0"" l'r..I"IIIo' llnltorlo. .,leulrr
rut the state planning board Representative left Saturday for Georgia and Ala- Mloni-ri nf 111\,1\ Ornlnnvo l 1"l ltrlrt \ o ,KWNrnTiidje \ nl"iinliliiK Unnd .tenli. '. l.lldden I'nlnt Tov
Archie Clement Pinelas he is spending this IIIIH ,' iis..I tn In', pri'imriMl, n Inidicot of Ihe ('I niuhI'' TnurtNlnih I
bama where .t mill'I III, In-nil" fKlorliln
aurrh-e l requirenn -
thiilllit'
> and Leo Wotitzky, Punta Oor- neek on business nlH nliunliiK nf\ th,' 1".lrl.t) iliirlnu the >earlioirlniilnir I. In nnd Fnr:;: nkpi:: 900 S. Dixie Highway, Phone 139, Fort Pierce, Fla. i

th- latter himself. led the bat- _.-V- -- nn the- lit dny nf nexto- ,'hnl.... KlnrldnJn I
rta tin. :Slut ilflv ort | 4.11.10.23
rviiiliiT nnd ,111'11' nn .. ..
waxed warm that after :. : : ---- -- --- -
which so WITh
Me WITTING IX "" ,'pedill"I, (1)1..10"> 'ninl the muni i

t\l'O substitute bills had appear- HIE LAWM: .\KF.US I lint lu-on plnppil nn fl') ,. .In the ,ol'llre
of I)ho ooeri-tHrv i if I h, IMiirli-t HIIliiiun ,
wl--each clipping the attorney gen- 1 1/7> lllH'iiMip 14i1t1lItiit.lIpnit., .

Aral's wlng-sprou'a final com- One) Flnrld w horn HIP umi,> iiin\' In, ix
(Continued from Page THE OLD JUDGE SAYS.
'niiiliiKil. iind Ihl.) In to until ynu hut .
p-omlse was reached acceptable to teachers and aid to counties. Representative until fI..III',1I III inoi'l) at mild jilure nn

most everybody concerned In which Collins of Sarasota the Itih' duv of .l.ino .\. [i llill::), nt
11I.lull ,..I"k In, this fiiri'ininn, nf mild
Watson was left with statute region sponsored a bill to raise! each ,I'I' \'. i lltl'llltf lint I.-.. Illllll flflfoll ,til,.. ("- Cf-HMh'

attorney general's of- I'n.in Iho. iliitc nt Ihitlml! pulilli-nilnn, 1 .
In the! teacher unit from $aOO to $950 an of henrlm, nhii'ill.'in ..;ct.i51j q -r "
lu-reuf) for the pnrpoHP
'1ce where it has been since 1919'icier nually Superintendent of Education : nnd" I'liintdiiliitii, .:; with nipt: .1Q;

\ Attorney General Couperflibba. CoHn English estimated! the I In mild, huiliiotI'.OUMi ..,

and left the handling of the Increase would require an additional II'I.' r.Kiiiiin.s
tatutes In the secretary of state's'ffi"e $2 400 000. Representative Beas- ,.1"-,1.., I
.. '
before. The raids on other Bv NMIIIC: n. TEXXsXT.'Hli -'- ._ ,
as lev of Walton found no opposition I'linlnnnn r--\\

departments planned by the attorney i to a bill to take $1.341,000 of In- \TTI !C" .' j

well as his plans n\' K. M 'I'll,HI\I\I'. ..I
general, as heritance money out of the general .II....._.......n.....,..
for an Inqulsltoral gestapo had fund and distribute It equally : : 3d

been eliminated earlier In the fl .htRlffh : among the 67 counties In replacement I '?s I'hll',1' -.,"''
I In ('I( III'I'll' Cnnrt nf nkeorlndipe' -
> for the attorney general to''I of lost revenue that formerlycame ,',,'Iitutt Fliirtdn., In C1IASCKKY.: : 1/1 '

MTIP his own house and senate He K. r. loieaMI: =
from racing explained -
,
nnMtte<>, sought In his original : that It would give each countya.o.,1 II E 1'iird'iim i-t nl I ( c I I"GoodmomingDocYourgoodwiCetellsme

HIM WAS also taken from the bill in : $20000Those :'III rll., 'llIM'r: Sit 1
The xtnte nf I'lnrliln tn Korillinnl A I '
.
his I I"j l
he final amendment as was S S Kli'klnnd, I I'll'' ninl iiliePi'liiilii-H I'ltv r -JL

'ht to ohnnee! the laws and to ; who a week ao were predicting nnd )l'i>nipnnr' dlmin'vi.d, I'lni'l'la. n"rpnrntlnn .
) nnd nil) i nrtli. I'liilnilng ,In
'whether laws have been rt'peBI-\\I that the legislature would li'i-nu ltlirnimh n r ,,,,,I'r or nirnln C -. g' :0 .

"c' Implication.. and be ready to fold by last week-end ., "t mild niiMiod dt-wilvi-d Klurldnnriiiir -rti; i
:>tlniiii, nnd nil 'a rth'a hnvlnirnr
on.. M amended the bill requires I now ac"mlt that It will carry on to ,'lnllllll1!' tn 1111". nnv rlitht, tli 1|I"

him !to) report such findings to the the last day and very likely the nr luti-rHiii,' .In Int n nf lilmk OtCPiK-hlllP M of.
!C"l1lhw".1,1111011, tn *
Wislature' and the legislature can last hour permitted bv' law. Some ."'..'Iln, nroiTdltiK' to ,,''nl nf unM" ii.).
It fit.-Arcadia ',h',1 In tlio nfflie, nf the
repeal them if sees say they would not be surprised to ,1111. r ,
',, of ri''ee)
riopk nf Ih,' Clrnilt ( "'1

Independent. see the clock turned back. Several ihnlien, l 'onnt V. Klnildii. I In 1'lut\ M nk i/ -._.,___ -. a
controversial bills must yet be con- 3, nt "HUP 7
In the nnine noil hI' tln> nnthorlt
Mil; If K OK S rrl II' TION FOKTV I sidered and when debate starts It nf t tll,' Stnte i.f Inrldn., vim: '' ninl) .ni.h
DFPfl Three of urn 1'nmtnninlod nnd ri'ipilrodtn '
and TIIII
usually goes on on
I. or 1015 ,,
turn die nt the ( tri
VntliiIn hin-U fil\en that ",h.. I Urne-losers the post week were: the llnnip nf nn Oki-p Mppenrnnre) <'hnhi-e rnuntv. Flnrldn.nn .

VV "ird hnlt,.r''f'I 1'in ("," 'llIh'nt'"* Nn bill to determine whether the Attorney .,,hun '?>it. KM1, nut,1 thi'renfier. III" I
,">7 ,i ml' '.'''4, (1.,1, thiS :\Inl, ,"n' "f sour writS.-., "'"'".>nH''n In ni-mrin ,,r ttviiltnpic'
., ,iI, \ A I' Vim: I lm. III,"I mimi In General or the Cabinet "'. tn the ".""','r'I"I11I ..f it'I.
HIT nfflre; hns rondo ri>lle.tlnn far should be responsible for publication l-ert Hnrden' a nil' LnU llnrdi'ti defrndiiiitH .
Tux Peed tn he lumird tlierenn. KnldCertified In it-ove entitled ennui* mild
erahnirn the folle-wlne deertbeit of State law books; the Welfare milt In-lnir, of nh.'I.k.t nnnihi'r Inuhnre

rrnpertr In the PnnntT ofOkeechnbe Board child adoption bill; the DAniel Cnni-t. fnr rn..I,....... nf
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fliivt tut '.'. i'". <-|1,1, II n lf War I bill to establish a University at Miami nnd the ..It! er-nntoi-i-'nltn' .i-oi'lip! IP people realize that a large part of the war

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,,,:MITCH. I and Senate are hopelessly dead- l>"' the eoinnlnlnnnt tn pun-\' many of the younger doctorsare in the army" that are being used right this minute to

milu.vt i ml. thnl I", niirl.1; ."..'..'|1"11,1 ('.w...li nf in Tn Wuvi >'lnrrreek I locked over their respective Appropriation this .pelt Itoh ,Innd4 thuS If 5,, fnidiilnnnt mild) (-niititi-"'>'n i'liilinnniN. -.-t- "That's right, Judge and I'm glad I'mstifl alleviate pain combat infection and save

I Ini-ltii'nil' In ( Vnlrpi 1'iii-k bills and unless something Idd, the mnne In nt foriTl'-nni1. fnr able to do it. Had a long letter from Harry... human lives, is produced by the beverage

'4J) SW Si Twp, :i7 Rgeis ::1\:\ Is worked out 'by the Joint Confer- illMhiirncoiont nf the mnni" In < iiirtthereffoni I breakin' in to distilling industry. This entire
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tti nn>nii''''t nf mild """"' 'r.1"lmAnto' that bright young was industry
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ence committee over the week-end ( i-lnlm mid' linn und othorUe He said the in stopped
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ametumcnt of inlil prnperttunder remain that way. ,, nil prnred, f".. In the e-on nfdefn take over my practice. ago
mid rertlnVnri-n Ninndn- |I. promise to of (' K, Me>'ell| ',
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Pnleit mid OrtlflMitri utiill h. V. An attempt to Increase the number will he i-ntorpd, rnfniit "
iti-emed leeordlng tit law p'n..rt' 11-. \ mv hart n. Clerk lit'' the really should with all those brilliant doctors Nobody knows better than I. Judge I
." rlhi-il therein .li,,|II (?. ,,,1,1' tn finMtfhe of members of the Florida Railroad onl fit miid '"niti-t 11,1'o" 17 inn\ "
.t hldder at i hi" ('...tIn"or dnnr Commission from three to JOY n. II "'1 F.ItQOs and plenty of supplies to work with. what an important contribution to our war

'n the flint Mnmlnv In Ibo month of rtorli MrenU Cnurt nf flk.evhrihi'e of Doc not effort that really il."
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.Inlv, 104.1Pntml only a two-vote margin. The bill 'R"IIII
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'j Girl Scouts They Brave are WAASs the .boys and and WAVEs girls


Entertain Purple and Gold NewsI To But be I'm proud confused.of


"FOR A GREATER OKEECHOBEE HIGH SCHOOL"Ann ICs war, beastly war,
Their Mothers Bloody war
Will it
ever atop?
Aren't men brothers
Moore, Nancy Boettger, Molly BE TRUE Better days are ahead.
I I Am Confused Where are the Leagues of Nations,
\ The Gator and Parrot troops met I Boettger Idell Tomlinson, Peggy I When, bang I Federations pledges and treaties?
together Thursday night. May 20, I' Chandler, Alice Hancock, Lucille Thou must ,be true thyself Pearl Harbor, and All Gone? No good?
and had as their guests their moth- Johnson, Mary Alberta Loutham, I If thou the truth wouldst teach: This Is my world. Yes, mlnel I'm confuse L n't this the warld I loved M a
ers and Miss Kathleen McCarthy Ernestine Hunt, Wanda Nix, Jo i Thy soul must overflow, If thou I was born In it; War again) boy?
and Miss Sarah Godard. Ann Berka, Carol Hancock, Polly I: Another soul wouldst reach. I I grew up in it; Terrible war with This beautiful world,
The Girl Scout room in the high Oay Greengerger and Miss FInger. I It needs the overflow of heart I live in it; Destruction from the clouds, No longer a paradiseOr
Miss Finger received number of To the lips full speech. I
school building basement was attractIvely a give I am a part of it. Ships! going down, home of peace?
arranged and a punch ] going-away gifts from the girls and My world? Yes Indeed I Men going crazy In rubber boats; Where are my dreams of a warless
she expressed her thanks to them Think truly, and thy thoughts
table was attractively decoratedwith And it's a beautiful world; Airmen flying, wirld?
all. Shall the world's famine feed: A grand old world. But Broken
Easter Lilies. The programwas Sailors sailing, I like fragile threads,
--V Speak truly and each word of thine confused.As .
planned by Scouts Ernestine. I'm Soldiers fighting Scattered like broken blossoms
It Is better bind childrento Shall be fruitful seed
to a ;
Mary Alberta and Mary. Scout your I II Wake Island, Dunkirk, Coventry, Will it ever come true? World
you by respect and gentleness, Live truly and thy life shall be a boy I went to school, Peace?
Barbara Ann was the
announcer. Bataan, Guadalcanal,
than by fear-Terence A great and noble creed. -Anon. studied history, valorous. history, I
I[ am confused,
The program was opened by the Full of heroic men and brave Stalingrad, Tunisia.,
regular opening ceremony of the And I'm confused)IAll' What have
women.And I to go on?
Gill Scouts. Following this a skit there were wars, many wars I Money, yes)
written by several of the girls en- Youth's DreamsYouth's over many years wardens, raid shelters, Work, yes!
titled "How I Got My Money To Taxes soaring, food rationing,
But it won't always be that way; Home, yesl
Go To Camp" was presented by Chivalry will remain; Gasoline by ticket, tires wearingout Victory gardens, yesl!
Carol Hancock, Ernestine Hunt, dreams long dreams: ,
are long Battles will come to nought. Food, yes)
Mary Howell and Mary Alberta They push back hanging horizons: Enlightened people] are coming into Rubber to be saved, tin cans col Are they enough? Will they last
Loutham. Scout Nancy Boettgergave power; I lected I must have more than
They knock at the door of destiny.Youth's I money
a readIng; Scout Lucille John- I !
and Save -
The rainbow will appear, and Scrap more scrap. everything shelter work or food.
son expressed the sentiments of dreams are the far-flung dreamsOF I ,
There won't be any more wars. I am confused.
Wesleyan Service Guild, their spon- HOPE.Youth's But I am confused. What have you?
. sor, and Miss Finger, their leader, It's war, and Am I really confused.
for their cooperation, and all that dreams are gay, glad dreams; Years roll on, I'm confused. Or am I numb, perhaps dumb?
have done for them this Promises
they year. They catch the rythmlc riot of play; brightened What's this ?

Then the open discussion about They sing the melodies of the morning.Youth's Prosperity blessed. .us. Bonds buy them. It shines like a dim light,
going to summer camps was led by Stamps collect them. There's a murmur of music In it;
Miss Plans t dreams march to the gay music Then a Great World War broke them.
Finger to send ScoutJo I Victory taxes pay It sparkels like a jewel-It must
Ann Berka from the Parrot OF JOY. / I'm in it. I I Blood banks, Red Cross, give)II Be something good-it's warm and
Troop, and Scout Idell Tomlinson We were told Foundries blazing, factories humming wooing.
from the Gator Troop to the Girl Youth's dreams are good, great dreams; "This is a war to end war" I I What is it?

Scout National Camp, Camp Juli\ They're high, like Everest's silent peak; We believed it and fouht:: bravely I Trucks clattering, It lies at the centre of my heart,
ette Lou Cloudland, Ga. The other They'e radiant, like sailing sun-lit clouds.Youth's on. I I Business more than usual. Like when I first fell in love
girls will go to Lutz, Fla., near Still I'm confused. And I'm confused. Confusion I
dreams are the lofty, lordly dreams I
Tampa to the Tampa Council I I It brightens.
We came home, eventually.Not .
Camp. During this discussion much I OF FAITH. II all of us. Flaming youth) I see It better now:
enthusiasm was shown by the girls ,
Some will never come back. Giddy irresponsible It speaks, It sings.
about going to camp. Youth's dreams are man-like dreams; We landed with high glee In our Play boys and glamorous girls, What can it be?
Miss Finger then told the troops They catch the step of sturdy sires; I heartsA I' Going to the dogs. "Who are you? What is it?" I cry.

and their mothers Just how much They walk erect with chivalrous meln; new world awaits us; Are they? Faith," came the answer, lovelyas

her work with the Girl Scouts here Youth's dreams are manly, majestic dreams j Two cars in every garage, I Yesterday, my eighteen-year-old an echo.I .
had meant to her and that she OF POWER.Youth's And a chicken in every pot, | Went to the colors. HAVE FAITH-It's in my hewtr-
was sure that this splendid work Perhaps i two. ThenI i Went to see him off, Faith in God-He is good;
among our immediate girls wouldbe I A depression darkens the days.I "Good-bye, Dad) Faith in America-the land of the'
carried on under the leadership dreams are short, transient dreams. I The oars wore out Glad to be going, free and the home of the
; of their new leaders. Then she They change from promise to power; And the chickens? I There Is a Job to be done, brave:
presented to them Miss Kathleen They scintillate like quavering rainbow hues. | They weren't to befound. And I've got to be in It." Faith in m'sel-I am a son of the

McCarthy, leader, and Miss Sarah Youth's dreams emerge from radiant vision to the vigor The pot neither.An I{ He fairly sang it, Eternal;
I Godard, assistant leader. :' OF CHARACTER.Youth's era of shovel-leaners, Walking straight to the 'plane Faith in the flag it floats for
Refreshments of punch, sandwiches Of frightened: merchants and closed Erect, not once looking back. freedom;
and cookies were served to | banks. And he wa gone. Faith in my fellowmen-they are
dreams go forth like Sir O:lahad,
the following: Besides, I'm broke. More than that. "Flaming youth! Gay and glamorous my brothers;
Mrs. Boettger, Mrs. Hunt. Mrs. Gallantly gay, and virtuously virile; I'm confused Faith in the Right-for right I/

I Prescott, Mrs. Tomlinson, Mrs. Clamorous for adventure and defiant of danger. Then came contentment. I' Irresponsible and light-headed," right, since God is God and. ;
Hancock, Mrs. Loutham, Mrs. How- Youth's dreams march on to the wild and wondrous note I We brighten up. Did you say? right the day must win. '
ell, Mrs. Moore\ Mrs. Berka, Mrs. OF CONQUEST Prosperity! Is on the way for good. i They are now fighting our battles,, I HAVE FAITH. '
Oreenberger, Miss Godard, Miss -SIdney D. Eva. I I The cars and the chickens too. t They are the Colin Kellys. the, I Confused? No! "
McCarthy, Mary Howell. Barbara We're over the hill and Frank Kurtz, My heart is alive with hope. ,

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1942 City of Okeechobee taxes have not The Tax Collector of the City of Okeechobee

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