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Title: The Okeechobee news
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Language: English
Publisher: The Okeechobee Publishers, Inc.
Place of Publication: Okeechobee Fla
Creation Date: October 1, 1943
Publication Date: -1992
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Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 82, no. 91 (Sept. 13, 1992).
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Volume 29!:Number 15 Okeechobee.Florida, Friday, October 1, 2943 Price Five Cents

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Hews Oi Our OKLtCIIORLE AGAIN GOES -I'I II 1 CHILDREN ENJOY PARTY Florida. Game Laws

BoysIn OVER OF THE lLW.It TOP IN SUE BONDS I'I "RIGHT OF FREE PRESS I GIVEN WATFORD'S ON MARV BIRTHDAY NELL

Various I 1 I For 1943 Hunting
Camps
Okeechobee County has gone ov ARE PEOPLE'S SAFEGUARD"TO I
Little Mary Nell Watford, daughter '
er the top by over 5000.00 due to '
Ai Homo & AbroadSalter the combined efforts of the Lions : of Mr. and Mrs. Alto Watforfl. Season Are Given

and Civic Clubs We wish to thanK I Jr., was given a birthday party by;
THE NEWSPAPER PUBLISHERSOF -
WaUord. son of Mr. ana the people of Okeechobee who so AMERICA I her grandparents. Mr, and Mrs. The Okeechobee News this week

Mrs Alto Watford Sr.. is now in generously responded to our plea : I Alto Watford. Sr., Friday evening presents to the sportsmen and(

boot training at Balnbridge. Ml In buying that extra bond; for National Newspaper week, October 1-8, again I Sept. 24 Mary Nell was one year readers of the paper an official

His address Is: A/S USNR Barracks: without your cooperation ,our work affords an opportunity for us to renew our faithin I old. She received statement regarding the new rules
330, Co. 3417, Training Statloi. couldn't have succeeded. II many lovely gifts
the principles of Democracy and to reappraiseour I and regulations of the Game ana
Bainbridge. Md. He would like to By the way the Lions Club lost Those attending were: Sharon Fresh Water Fish Commission for
efforts to sustain that
hear from all his friends. to the Civic Club by $725 and the Democracy against our I WaUord, Nancy Pearce leanlM the hunting and fishing season of

S S Lions Club decided to give the Civic enemies In this supreme war effort, the daily Markham Sundra Kay Harden, 1943 44 subject to such amendments '

Mrs Eunice Jerrell Is In receipt Club members and their wives a and weekly newspapers are charged with great II I Wanda Sue Williams and Mary and additions a* may be ot

ol a letter from her son, Cpl. Rui- banquet at the Lions club room on responsibility. It is their task to keep the people{ I Nell Watford flclaly adopted promulgated and

us JerreU somewhere in North AII I Thursday night October 14 I filed from time
fully and wisely informed to record and publish I to time.
rica He wrote that he was well and' Congratulations Cake and Coca Cola were enjoyed '
,
those sober facts that will and Effective Dates
the helm
I steady by all.Production.
S doing fine He left the United Members of the Lions Club These rules and regulations shallbe

States in August from For Sill War Bond Committee even the keel of a nation tossed on the sea of v in full force and effect on and

Oklahoma I. v wartime uncertainty. Today the war news is bet- Credit after October 18, 1943. except those

S S I ter than it was a year ago. We are on the offen- of local application which shall bIn
Philip Ray Underhill who has Free Jackets For
sive ; the enemy has been dislodged in many I full force and effect on and after
been stationed at Camp Murpny ,
I Yet the need l for fora Corp. Buys BondsThe I October 8, 1943.Resident .
near Stuart, has been transferred Gasoline quarters. a sharp perspective, :

from that place to Fort Mamotn CouponsNOW sure balance, for an intelligent evaluation of DefinedAll
I citizens of the United State
N J I gains and cautious of future Miami Production Credit
I our a weighing our who have lived In Florida for at
.
Association
BEING DISTRIBUTED BX tasks is imperative. The enemy would confuse has Invested $2100000 least six months Immediately preceding
of its funds in United States Treasury '
Word reaches us that Carl Stel i STANDARD OIL DEALERS
and disintegrate us with rumors and misunder- the making of applicationfor
lo has recently been promoted to bond offered In connection
standings. Our most effective against his : with the license as required by law,
the rank of sergeant Sergeant i Iii| you would like a wallet or weapon Third War Loan drive.

Stello has been in England almost I "Jacket": Ih which to keep your gas- malicious falsehoods is the truth, an accurate, : Geo F. Walz Secretary.treasurer, da shall be deemed residents of Flort r

a year. oline ration coupons, you can secure full, and fair presentation in a free press. I announced this week. Unprotected: Birds and Animals

one free from your nearest Standard For over a year this ,association
Sergeant Purmel Hargraves left Oil dealer. The rights of a free press are the safeguardsof I I has been Issuing bonds, having hawk English sparrow'' sharp shinned

Sunday to return to the army These Jackets have proved so popular the people ; the responsibilities of a free pressare : been designated by the United great, homed Cooper's owl Hawk crow goshawk Jackdaw,

training camp at Greenwood Miss I States Treasury as one of the Issu
among motorists! In preserving the commandments of the people buzzard, butcher bird wildcat
after spending ten days here with I Ing agencies," Mr. Walz declared
their valuable but flimsy gas coupon
FRANKLIN D. ROOSEVELT weasel, flying squirrel skunk fox.
I I
his parents! Mr. and Mrs W B sheets that the first run of a million "During the Third War Loan
bear, opposum, panther, civet cat
Hargraves. jackets was soon exhausted anda i I drive we are offering our services .
S I and rabbits! All (others protected.
for dlstrl in Issuing bonds to farmers and the
new supply is now ready
License
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__ RequiredAll
Frank I ------
Corporal Bradley spent
button general public. Of course after the
Monday In Okeechobee. He left The new Jacket provides two pockets I'I II I drive we will continue as one or I persons under sixty-five
Monday night to return to Camp I t years of age down to fifteen yearsof
the Government's
Instead of one. It will accomo I authorizzed
age shall be required to purchase
Blanding S 1 date conveniently not only Basic encies to issue bonds." ag'l license to hunt or fish with'In
I and Supplementary Ration couponsbut Too Late toClassijy The purchase of these bonds
Mr. and Mrs. Hulon Walker received the counties of the state. Persons
also Tire Inspection Record made poslble by vlrtutue of theassociation's
a letter last week from their I over 83 years of age shall secure

wm Edwin In which he said he and other Incidental papers. There By Russell Kay $85,00000 accumulated from the County Judge an overage
Is also a space for a record of gasoline -i earnings over Its period of operation certificate. License shallbe
had arrived safely In North Atrl exemption
purchases-date. quantity and In view of the fact: that the
ca. Edwin entered the army the I, required by persons trapping alA '
speedometer reading association operates in 9 counties
first of this year. i According to a press dispatchthis behaves himself he has as much P0' 1
and
that members in
) Interested
.
.T* ".'M.Rusoell S when we have to be in our quarters week, Governor Tugwell ot Freedom from Fear as a human I each of these counties contributed resident may take game and

Domer son of Mr and stud j ing. Porto Rico screams that something can"achieve, In short, while he en to I fish In the county of his residence: ,
this; earning, the credit for the
Mrs. V. J. Domer is now an Aviation You now have a rough idea ot mu_t be done for the Island population JoysWh: of the Four Freedoms he I on his homestead or the homestead
purchase of these bonds will be
Cadet and undergoing. train what a day with us Is but I'm,, not I,, soon or we will have a rebellion Is still a heck of a long way from distributed throughout the 9 counties of his spouse, and a minor child

Ing at Ellington Field. Texas. griping. ,because I know there are on our hands. According to being a FREE man. of or minor children may take gameon
the socltlon's territory
many who are receiving things I I: the Governor the situation is crlt Among my acquaintances is a and the County War Finance Committees the homestead of their parents
We are in receipt of Informationthat couldn't take I like It i the the point without obtaining hunting 11
probably iI I, teal with populace on bu y buxom body that goes about will be informed that they a
Enoch Walker son of Mr and fine but would rather be back in of starvation. doing good. Her hobby is 'Human add I cense provided game U taken in
the allotted
may portion to
Mrs. Hulon Walker has receivedthe 'Cliobee to school. I and like I the manner prescribed by rules and
going The same paper carrying this ity" she plays it some their county In establishing their
rating of First Class Machinist; I miss all of my friends there, ')i item tell! of the plan of starry folks I know play Bolita. She is quotas as follows: regulations of the Commission.

Mate and transferred from submarine and have learned to appreciate I eyed Washington crackpots to re- forever saving young girls or servo Bioward County, $5,00000Collier Commercial Licenses
boatwrnewhere
duty to Navy repair them because in a place this largeIt make the whole blamed world. ing the much underprlveleged. She County $200.00. Commercial licenses are Issued

In .the. Pacific SUNIVERSITY 1 Is very hard to find anyone your: They want to feed. clothe and wet heads committees addresses Dade County, $800000 direct from the office of the Director '

know. Of course we make friends I everybody in Christendomand groups writes. talks on the radio of the Game and FreshWater
OF MI\MI: I nurse Indian River County, $50000
".U UNIT but they aren't like those at home. are busy with cradle to grave and ,bogs In all the languages Including -. Martin County, $200.00 Fish Commission, in Tallahassee ,'

Navy 2.7 De Castro I could write enough to fill the plans for generations jet unbornIt the Scandinavian She b' Okeechobee County, $40000. All commercial licenses
page but I guess I had better hang one of those; sincere and Innocent shall expire on June 30 of the flsc
how ana' Palm Beach
is hard to conceive County, 600000.
Coral Gables FloridaMr the close on this line. I would be : souls that goes about annoying al year during the year which they
and Lucie
tlon that has become so great St. County. $50000
Bryant Bowden. Editor very glad to hear from any: of you I mankind In the name of service to are issued
of Monroe
hung up such a record progress County, $200 00
The Okeechobee News who have the time to write I, suffer him. When I see her coming is V Open Season for Taking Game
could ever allow itself to
Okeechobee Florida I Sincerely :I, such a weakening of the brain the only time I ever have an impulse REVIVAL SERVICES AT First Second Fourth, and Fifth

Dear Mr. Bowden: SILVANUS HARDEN. to shoot myself. She is anenthusla Districts: Hunting will be permitted
I Here we are as balled up and TIIE METHODIST CHURCH:
S
Well. as I don't have time to S II I I a ,tic creature and when for buck deer every day from
backlashed the home front as
GUARD on
write all my friends in "Chobee'personally. UNITED: STATES COAST she has a new Idea, which Is almost Beginning Sunday October 3rd Nov. 20-Nov. 30. Hunting prohibited
rattle
nation could be by a flock of
I thought I would take Eau Gallic Beach Florida es often as the OPA, she will come continuing through Sunday, the on Monday and Tuesday from
screwballs set regulating
on
this as a means of letting you hear September 18 1943 brained and everjbody bounding at you like a Mastiff tenth revival services will be held December 1 to January 5, when the.

what I am doing along with 275 To: YATES Archie H. (557725)) and regimenting into everything alleged( Utopia, fairly overwhelming you with a ba twice daily at the Methodist season closes. Third District huntIng

other boys here at the Universityof Sea. 2c (R). with a bottle of an milk on every door rage of talk that Is mostly In clr Church The Rev David B. Sarg 1 will be permitted for 'buck deer

Miami.As Subject: Commendation I cles. I the every day.
for every ent pastor evangelist, will be
and a Nylon dlddy
step
you probably know, we are 1. Inclosed find copy of commendation human offspring while Porta Rico, According to her the contrlbutlort preacher after his arrival on Mon I Quail turkey and squirrel; HuntIng -

receiving this training through the from the 420th Night Fight I which we have been managing I made on her last: appeal insures day the fourth. A cordial Invitation permitted every day from November

Navy Department aj fflcer candidates er Squadron for your work In assisting for lo these many years, slowly another Jewel In my Heavenly Is extended to everyone to at'.en(11 20 November 30 Hunting

Freshmen: which, Includes In recovering the body of I starves to death. crown. I know better. If I am so these meetings. All denominationsof I prohibited Monday and Tuesday

me. have to complete 20 months of the pilot. fortunate as to rate such a precious Christians are asked to Join us from December 1 February 15.

college training before entering 2 The undersigned Joins with The Lord God Almighty in His store It win ,be ..for self: ..restrainnI In prayer that God may be hon I Marsh Hen: Hunting permitted every
of the Infinite wisdom worked out a pro' I
midshipmen school. After f o U; r the Commanding Officer In her presence and will have nothing ored and that His Kingdom will be day from September 15 to November
for gram of salvation for all mankindby ,
months of midshipmen school we Squadron In commending you to do with the $2.00. I advance: in Okeechobee. 30.
issuing Just ten (count 'em)
receive our commission as ensign. the work done. The payoff Is that while the W. R. HOWELL Paster! Closed Counties to Deer
commandments and organizing a
JONES, I
C E.
We are taking 20 hours of college noble! creature is working her self v Collier, Hendry and Glades
of twelve disciples
sales force
work per week per semester: Commanding Into a lather for "others" and driving I Mr. and Mrs V. J. Domer returned South Florida deer hunters will

whereas civilians receive only 15. I We already have established hun her victims nuts her own kids to their home here Wednesdayafter have to resort to North Florida

We take such courses as physics 420TII NIGHT FIGHTER dreds of ,boards, bureaus and com are neglected and her poor hus spending several days in Ml hunting this season for deer. Thereis

all kinds of math English and lit. SQUADRON missions and issue thousands ol 'band !get most of his own meals ami. good deer hunting In the Ocala

rature, history, engineering, chem 481ST NIGIIT FIGHTER OPERATION rules regulations and directives. and goes around with buttons off -0- National Forest as well as t-evy.

Istry. navigation foreign languages *! TRAINING GROUP We employ millionns Including his shirt and holes In his socks. Miss Mary Alice Sellers Mrs- Dixie Lafayette and Taylor counties

taw business courses and quitea DUNELLON ARMY: AIR FIELD coordinators, expediters, publicity Somebody ought to tell her but ot Dowling Watford, Miss Joyce Mere'
'
few more We also have six hoursof Dunellon. Florida. Sept 13 1943 aitlstscript writers radio men course nobody does any more than er and L. P Mercer spent Sunday Bag Limits

lab work in additiun to regular To: Captain of the Port Banana legal lights adagio dancers strip they would It' she had "halltosU." I I in Arcadia. Buck Deer: 1 a day 2 for sea'


hours per week of school curriculum Subject: Commendation. glers, and propose to save the effort on the part of some of our I Lakeland Fla, Sept 27 Joe season; Duck: 10 a day Including

besides that outlined by the I It Is the desire of the 420tn world by delivering the "Four Free administration leaders makes me Howell of Okeechobee Is enrolledat I 1 wood duck redhead singly or

Navy which Includes morning cal' Night Fighter Squadron to com doms" wrapped in cellophane on think a whole lot of the busybody! Florida Southern College for the I In the aggregate: Dove: 10 a day.

isthenics physical training every mend Ensign Raymond Roosevelt every doorstep. I've been talking about. They go 1943 autumn term, It Is announcedby I Alligators and Skins

afternoon, and educational movies Unsworn USCQR. for hit assistance In a recent excellent editorialthe galloping around talking a lot ol Registrar Frances Ott- The open season during which

shown from two to three nights per and cooperation In rescuingthe Tallahassee Democrat pointsout nonsense. Interferring with everybody Howell, a-son of Rev. W. R Howell alligators may lawfully be taken

week. body of a pilot of this organization that when you take the Four and everything. spending the Is classed as a freshman at shall !be from June 1 of each year

The day begins at 8:55: A. M. and on the 14th day of Auguet, Freedoms" apart and try to find taxpayers' money like drunken sail Florida Southern. ; to February 28 of the succeeding

ends at 11 P M We fall out for 1943. The Crew. R. I.. Fleming, out what makes 'em tick you discover ors In their efforts to further year.. The possession of skins either

calisthenics at 7:00: and come backIn : BM2c: John Mayer. MM2c, and A. that they are Just so mucn crack brained dreams and schemes.. ; Florida dry or green Is prohibited except

at 7:30: to square the room away M. Yates, Sea 2c of the Navy Auxiliary hogwash for any guy serving a In the name of humanity, and in Further Information during the period when the

ready for inspection at 750.: Classes 30030 devoted about eight life sentence at Raiford can lay the meantime Porto Rico, the orphan I For further Information you taking of alligators is permitted

begin at 9:00: and continue until hours In raising our aircraft from claim to all of them. He enjoys on our doorstep remains on should consult your Conservation Conservation Officers

4:30: P. M. with some (being held the Banana River During this time Freedom of Speech and. Freedom of the point of starvation. I officer He has all the data that I Conservation Officers shall have

at night. At 4:40 P M. we fall out their actions were highly exemplaryIn Worship. A kind of benevolent Since we seem to be unable to I you may be Interested In and it the power throughout the state to

which continues until their utter disregard of personal government provides him with an send the Porto Ricans food we might !be well to get In touch with enforce the laws, rules and rag

6 lor 00 P.We T.then have chow at 6.30: safety by working In the water assortment of clothes and food He might at least send them Mrs. him before going hunting or fish I' ulalons as granted them a'nd'; by

and: our time Is our own until 8:00 (Continued on Page Two) has freedom from want, and If he Roosevelt, or something. ing. virtue of the laws of the)State.i or



F.1GE TWO THE OKEECIIOBEE NEWS FRIDAY OCTOBER 1, 1943
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<(Dhl'l'dohrr[ JNrfus NOTICE OF APPLICATION N. I Personal ItemsMiss Gems for your Scrapbook NOTICE UNDER nCTTTIOPg
I IOR TAX DEED The assessment of said property NAME LAW

Laws of 1933 under ald Certificate! Issued was In | lll'MUf CAPACITIES TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN:

Published Every Friday by the the nan of Unknown. Ruth Simmons returned to Men are often capable of greater. I "Notice is hereby given that the
Okeechobee' News Co., fit Okeecho ': 04 K. B.Btolto .
Is
NotlM benbf gives things than they perform. They are
her home here this wek after intend to
bee. Okeechobee County, !'Iorida.BRYAN'l' Unless said Certificate shall be undersigned register the
holder at Tu OwtUVate No. spending some time in Jacksonville. sent into the world with bills or fictitious name of "EL 3ANCHO
339 and 340, Issued the 7th day of redeemed according to law, prop I
credit and seldom draw to their
BOWDEN .... ... Editor -0- 1 LA ESPERANZA" a* provided by
mi, bM filed MOM in erty described therein shall be sold
full
July A. D. .
extentWalpole.The
.in. r Mrs. Phil Cason and children returned Chapter 20963, Act of Florid Lf
Entered as second class matter '1 m\' office. has made applicationfor 'o the highest bidder at the Court this week from South, Carolina human capacities are enlarged I Islature of 1941.Gaines .
1, at the Post Office in house door on the first In
July 1914. Monday
a Tax Deed to I* Issued there where they have spent the and perfected in proportion as P. WilsonN.
Okeechobee, Florida under the the month of October. 1043, which .
humanity gains the true conceptionof
Said Certificate embraces the summer. K. Dlckerson
Act of March, 1878SUBSCRIPTION. on II the 4tfc day of October. 111$. man and God-
following! described property in the Dated this r-d day of 0eptnb. -0- E. O. Roth
RATE Mrs. J. H. Walker, Jr., returnedto -Mary Baker Eddy.The Robert N. Trimble. Jr.
One year In advance ... ..MOO Count of Okeechobv State of I 1148. her home here Sunday after | mind unmastered by passion ----V--

Six' months In advance ...... 1.00 Florida towit: ROY R RAULERSONSeal spending last week In Tampa with Is a very citadel. for a man I|| NOTICE

Three months in advance ...... .75 N M MR Of MM" Ct 1W14. art ( ) Clerk Circuit Court of her son in law and daughter Mr | has no fortress more Impregnable NOTICE Is hereby given thai

Reading notices in local columns W% of 6W14. Boo. 18. Twp. K Okeeohoee County, Florida. and Mrs. Morris Barnett. and Miss 1 wherein to find refuge and be un I'I the City Council of the City of.
Deretha Walker. I taken forever.-Marcus Aurellus I I I
10 cents a line. Rates for display! _. _._ .... I Okeechobee. Florida will meet In
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Classified advertising! 2 cents Dr. T. T Coleman left Wednes. be, cannot be productive without I' Hall at 8:30: P M. October 12

each word per Insertion All Items From where I sit. day night for Gulfport Miss, I culture. so the mind without cultivation 1943. for the purpose of reviewing

regarding! enterprises conducted for -I where he Is spending several days can never produce good and equalizing the City TaxI

profit are chargeable at fdvertlslng! .. = with his son who is in the army fruit Senaca, I. Assessment Roll for the year 1943,
rates. = 1 -- .w MMHllliMHI and stationed ft that place, The ,block of granite which was \ as prepared by the City Tax Assessor

-o-- I an obstacle In the of the 1 .
Advertising bills are! payable on bl Joe Marsh I Mrs. J. C Platt arrived in Okee- pathway
the first of each: month. Parties .W II weak becomes a stepping stone In ANY and ALL PERSONS having
unknown to publishers required to chobee yesterday from Fort Myers I the pathway of the strong. any objections to the valua
pay in advance. and is spending a few days herewith -Thomas Carlyle. tions placed on their property by

----- One of the best-liked farmers Folks are pitching la to hel|' friends. We never know how high we are the City Tax Assessor. as shown

-- --- -- -- In these part 1 Is Bert Chllders': their neighbor hart'er.t grain, -0- Till we are called to rise; by the Assessment Roll are hereby
And he has the but way of and fruit and vegetables-and Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Simmons returned And then, if we are true to plan, I notified to file their objections with

...6 1A teatln' the man shortage, too. are taking their reward in orijiMllty to their home this week at-. Our statures touch the skies the City Clerk or to appear in

... Come husking time, Bert In. when the job' done. ter spending two weeks in Jacksonville -Emily Dickinson I person before the City Council at

.. 7DAvt s Ites all of his farmer neighbors And from whir I sit, that' a :I and Sumpter S. C.Service -V- said meeting on the aforesaid!

""- ever to have a glass of beer mighty healthy picture of American --V The sale of Florida limes reached I dateS

666L1orld 'w hen they ask politely lIfl people working together Men an all time peak this season according I R RAIFSNIDER
"Where's the beer?" Bert points to get in the food this to Carl Piowaty. general President Pro Tern City Council
far Mtterul Sr***"* to a bucket.full of frosty bottle country need -and afterward, manager of the Florida Lime and I!. Okeechobee, Florida

In the middle of the !.ld. filttln' around like good friend, (Continued from Page 1)en ) Avocado Grower' Association. 110-1| Attest: Alma Gross,

ryrror 04'e ears" "All you got to do," he says, over a moderate glass of wholesome glass rain and by working unI I 000 bushels of limes were handled City Clerk

". work your way out to It." beer. I'm for It! der an aircraft which was hoIstedIn 1 in the last twelve months against I Okeechobee, Florida

fir TOPTHAT 10% Well, Bert'* idea h.i caught a precarious manner by a tug I 82000 bushels the previous year. | V

erNtwr2ZRS on all over the countryside. 010n standing 60 yards: away. All of this
work was done without complaint, I j per cent A & P stores cooperated
even though It was additional hours : \by purchasing Florida limes and I Notice is hereby given that aa I

A'o. 70 of a Strict Copwl 4i, JMJ, Bluing InJuHry FumMmt of duty. 'chain stores accounted for the sale ( election will be held In each and

2 Without the aid of Ensign I i of about 49000( bushels. I every Special Tax School District
I I of Okeechobee County on the Sec
'=" 111111111"1II11II""I"'lIIlIIlIIllIIlIIlIIlllIIllIIlIIlIImI" """" "' IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIINIIIIIINIIIIIIIIN II IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIiIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII! ;' I Unsworth.signalling to who the by tug his the efficient aircraft Florida mullet V caught in the II i cond day of November, 1943 to-
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----- I could not have been raised nor the waters and bayous of the Oulf I I wit: I
= I body would yould have been rec v- I coast are being shipped to the Pa i' Special Tax School District No. I
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ered. Also the lives of the men under clflc
----- .. for the use of our armed fore- i
----- ._.. I: Okeechobee Florida The following
-- the wrecked aircraft dependedon
ei it was learned this week; The
and In which I': Clerk and Inspectors to hold said
-- the speed manner South Florida Fish Company ot'
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-- the of Ensign Unsworthwere
signals Fort car'
--. -. Myers reports that four
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-- given i loads of Florida mullet I
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--=-- POSTED ',-.-.-." 3. We are deeply Indebted to you ij i ped to the Pacific coast last week : L.' Worth, Inspectors.

-- I and It Is a pleasure to call your 'I for trans shipment to Hawaii and Special Tax School District No.
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-=- :--"' 1 attention to this act of bravery exemplified the South Pacific area for use oti I I Two at the School House at Fort

--. by your men during this i the Navy. I Drum, Florida. The following Cleric
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------. .-----. unusual mission -V and Inspectors to hold said eleo- I
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-- II It may be difficult now to thInk; ;
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Commanding. heat welded but the Celenase Corporation -I I I Parker Jasper Lee, Inspectors.
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actually spot welds materIal i Three at the Grocery Store Building -

! Gilbert TheatreOkeechobee together, entirely eliminating the! ', Bas lnger. Florida. The follow

r NO TRESPASSiNGIF1 : need of stitching A thin wire replaces -l I'|I ing Clerk and Inspectors to hold I"I"I

= the conventional needle and I said election: Zeb Durrance, Clerk;

the fabric is welded when a Jolt oi: Henry Sloan, Fred Sparkman.

Friday & Saturday electricity Is shot to the sewing; Maurice Lofton. Inspectors.

: machine shuttle. The heat thus i : Special Tax School District No.
DOUBLE: FHATUWI generated spot welds the materIal. Four at Reese Upthegrove's Store.

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J5 CHARLES STARRETT Coal Research. Inc.. following Clerk and Inspectors to

has Inaugurated a five year research hold said election: Mrs. Oveda
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-- PRAIRIE STRANGER the "Clnderalla" of modernfuels. Reese Upthegrove C. N. Stratton.
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I -also- velop smokeless stoves and furnaces .j i. Special Tax School District No.

automatic h"me heating and'cooling Five in the Residence of J M

Boy From StalingradAlso and numerous chemicalpioduct Scott. Eagle Bay. Florida. The fol
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long now items In which coal is hhold said election: J. M Scott,

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;j I ---V-- 1, Ross Holley. Inspectors.

E season will open. If you intend to : LATE NEWS Navy sounding devices that record Said election in each of the ,
Special Tax School Districts shall
Sunday & MondayFRED underwater sounds reveal be for the purpose of electing three
land Iii "nns interesting information about
post your against trespassing according fish. The lowly toadfish so common said 13)) school trustees for each of the
i= ASTAIRE districts to serve for the ensuing -
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waters makes a
to law order POSTED I> noise like a 'steam oat whistle two years and of determinIng -
i signs BIND CROSBYin the amount of mlllage to be
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levied therein for the same period
The dogfish, on the other hand' of tIme.

printed with your name as owner er i Holiday Inn does sounds not bark.very A much chool like of the mackeral pro' At saId election only the quail

fled voters residing in the saidSpecial
-also- pellers of a ship and it takes a.
! agent at nominal cost. IIt trained ear to tell the difference, Tox School District who
pay a tax on real or personal
This Is America according to a story in the current
i I property shall be entitled to vote
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I POPEYE CARTOON and said election shall be held, and

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f I ..,V"1 .tJa. ,' !'" .,,..." Berlin this winter. Twenty'five mli

fi"* THE OKEEGHOBEEt Spinach Britain'Coming I ,< ."" .. ''"''fJ'.' '. 'r. t't'I lion boxes Juice of are Florida required canned for fruJ'and cur


h Attractions I ,,; ': armed services. Those who are em- i
r.I. ployed In citrus production are just

4 as much war workers as those who
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== SOMETHING TO SHOUT ABOUT MRS. HENRY MORGENTinU. JO., canning plant as a N'). 1 war ,
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Haynej will renew their friendship
when she arrives JOKES
and Gold News"FOR
Mr. Durrance is wolng to be sure

to send his pants to the cleanerson Mrs Smith: My daughter is very
the day after the night Jaunell smart.

A GREATER OKEECHOBEE HIGH SCHOOL" Is not with L. P. so he will be sure Mrs Jones: Oh, really?

: of getting only one crease in his Mrs Smith: She's only 13 but


Hello AgainHere plunge the one by yard Dalton line.Brett The from try for about ex I Club News Flash-Rush pants.l-avenla Gary surprised married.us last We she English aldready, both.knows Mary, Algebra say hello and to

Wednesday by !getting Mrs. Jones In Algebra.
I tra point falled.The Catfish scored
understand that Oliver Martinez Mr. Durrance L. P. did re
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we are again, saying "hel several minutes later on a pass The first meeting of the Theta t Once again we are sponsoring a. Is the lucky guy. Best wishes to move the paint from those trousers
lo" to the students and all our other j from Jack Ellledge to Heinle Walk'er. Beta Club was held Thursday contest to get a new name for our{ both. ?

readers. We hope you've missed j Elledge made the extra point on night, September 23rd at the home( paper, Have you a suggestion? Act II Betty Mae waj seen at the "All-
{ It started out to be L. P.: Yes, sir.
line
reading our school section as muc11> a plunge. of Jean Lee Raulerson. The meeting I Immediately 1 Fill out the blank !be nile" with Charles Hargraves. We '
receiver i Mr. Durrance: Did you try ammonia
as we've mlsed bringing it to you. J a pass but on seeing no was called to order by our ex- 1 low and drop It In the news box wonder if she will hear from the

We really appreciated the letters I open he ran across the goal line. vice president, Harry with jour other news, TODAY I I Infantry or the Air Corps about ?
scored In the'second L. P. Yes sir and they fit fine-
:from the servlo men who were I\ The Alumni again Minutes were read oreenberger.\ The person who furnishes the I I
end Gene \ this.Fat Jimmy: Teacher there's !something
'anxious to see the "Purple and I half on an run by report was given. name we select will receive a year's Fulford seems to hinder Bet ,
I from about the 15 yard line. I I running across the floor that
Gold News" back In the paper. I Elledge j The new officers were subscription to the school papers I I ty Jane Whidden's studying 1r,1 I
I failed hasn't any arms or legs
for extra
But It Isn't the "Purple and Oold The try point follows: I all you have to do is fill out the Mod. History and Gen. Math. '
1 I Alumni led 12 7. Teacher: Good heavens I What 1s
and the
News" now. As you read our articles again Mrs Mary Bass-Sponsor.: blank.I Could Margaret Upthegrove be .
you find a contest IT a new This lead was not .for long though. :| Weldon DraughonPresident.Jean i'I I I the one who Is attracting the attention .It I ?
I I second came' suggest we name the school ,I Jimmy: Water.
name Wby don't you enterThere|, The Catfish score Lee Raulerson-Vice Presl paper of the boys In Economics i!

is also a new social column. sports :i I when Henie Walker pulled JohnnY'I dent. ......... ............................ ..................... I class:: Especially Johnnie Jenkins I I --V
Johnson's fumble out of the airand Zelda Johnson and Domer Wilson. i THE MOTHER O\ THE
news, special club news jokes and Secretary. I
-well won't you read it aU? raced some 50 yard to score Martha WalkerTreasurer.Simeon ............"-........................................ Will Lucille give Johnnie a fare' I SIDEWALK

Now let me introduce this year's',;, Binding up. The try for extra point'their' Martin Club: Reporter. Name ..... .. .. ........ ................ well party when he leaves for the i -
failed and the Catfish held j elected The mother on the sidewalk as she
be'
. staff. Betty Mae Thomas will Harry Oreenberger was Navy:
assistant editor In chief. The sports | lead for the rest of the game. editor In chief of the school newspaper .. ... .. ..... .. ...... I II Joe and Harry cant seem to i troops are marching by
The Catfish blocking was rustyin I ; Virgin- Is the mother of Old Glory that is
column will be edited by Porkey a Theta Beta project. decide which one Is really
! Draughon. Jane Lee Raulerson has ]i many spots but Coach Darby is After the meeting we all enjoyed I DaffynitionsEARTHA Ila's beau. waving in the sky.
sure It will soon be very good. The lit Men have fought to keep it fplenI
promised to keep us up to date on j I refreshments. Those present were: Did Silvanus come to see his
chapel happenings Sim Martin is : coach aid that he learned a lot by Weldon Draughon Martha Walker, I tie brother or Jean Lee last week I did men have died to krep it
watching the game and that he is solid substance much bright,
club reporter and Kills Draughon1 Jean Lee Raulerson. Jack Coker. end? j
will furnish us with class news. hoping to make some Improvements Ellis Draughon Joe Underhill. clejred by the seasick. I We understand that Charlotte But that flag was born of woman

Editing the koclal column are Zl-1 I that will benefit the team in Harry Oreenberger. Mrs. Bass Zel ECHO-The only thing that can I Chandler Is engaged to Hugh i and her sufferings day and night.

da Johnson and Joe Underhill. : the coming game with Fort Pierce da Johnson, and Simeon Martin. cheat a woman out of the last I Thomas. Sh h h don't tell anyone ', "Its. her sacrifice has made It, and

Special reporters and typists are This game will be played Friday Dues are the same as last year: 10. word. ,because it's supposed to be a sec' | once more we ought to prey

Sylvia Snell, Sarah Howell, Alice I:, afternoon in Fort PIerce. The Cat cents a month or 75 cents a year. 1 ENGAGEMENT war, a bat Iret. I For the brave and loyal mother of

Weekly Barbara Poole. Pat Thomas I fish defeated the Eagles last year We are anxious to have more tie, in love the salubrious calm that Laverne and Mary Ellen seem to' the boy that goes away.

Mary Virginia Swain, Doris''' and they are going to try hard to members. If you are in senior high, precedes the real hostilities be doing O. K. We see those sweet, i| There are days of grief before her

Thomas, Peggy Chandler. Haynes I repeat this year and their chancesare you are eligible to join so come on EPITAPH-A statement that usually smiles she gets from him. there are hours that shewill -

WilUair.i, Alice Hancock Luclle :' very good. The boys will need out to our next meeting. lies above about the one who We hear that Beatrice Prescott;, | weep.There .

Johnson. Elizabeth Llghtsey, Bes I lot of support so everyone Is urg' I Sim Martin Reporter. lies beneath gets some very sweet letters from'' are nights of anxious waitIng
,
ale Mae Ralfsnlder Bertha Mercer i I'I'a to attend that can and cheer I V. Evolution clever trick per an air cadet. Who is he. Beatrice when her fear will banisn

and Alvena Smith Lantz. Catfish on o VICTORY. I NOTICE formed by one Darwin who madea Why doesn't Louise Woodall like (, sleep;

We all hope that this year will Preacher Alderman has been I monkey out of Adam.EXPLOSION Loretta Griner? It there some boy She has heard her country calling

be more successful than any In the helping the coach and team for In order to have a newspaperthat -A good chance to Involved? and has risen to the test,

I past and with your cooperation the past three weeks He has shown will please everyone we must begin at the bottom and work up. I Ruth Simmons came back from And has placed upon the altar of

1 I can make it so. If you have any Coach Darby many things which have suggestions and contributions ,i y Jacksonville. We hear she got' the nation's need her best,

suggestions, feel free to send themin. has helped him. Much credit for from our readers. If you know any Doin's plenty of attention while she was And no man shall ever suffer in the

They'll all be given careful con the victory over the Alumni should stories jokes, go sip, etc. let us Dopey there and is wearing a diamond' I I I turmoil of the fray

I ridera tion. go to Mr. Alderman for his help in have them on Thursday or Friday. Is this true? The anguish! of the mother of the

Harry Oreenberger, I getting the team into shape. They will be printed In next week's Florrie Jordan had Snell and Damon were seen to boy who goes away.
a delightful| ol
EditorIn ChiefAlumni V papor. The news box will be movedto weex end with her soldier friend- gether Friday night after the game. You may boast man's deeds -
--V< -MV V THANKSWe the south end of the hall near How long will It last Snell: glory you may tell their courage
since they were not chaperoned
the commercial room. I Mr. Darby has renewed his acquaintance great
we he must be relative.
presume a
Loses wish to express our sincere!', This year, ill possible, we hope to June Alderman was very upset at of lat summer with 1 But to die Is easier vervlce than

appreciation to Mr. Bowden for get the paper to you each Friday the game Friday night until she I!,I Marjorie Coker. What do you have alone to sit and wait
Alumni letting the Theta Beta Club use so don't forget to bring your nick to say about that MMtss Baum? And I hall the little mother with
I The Okeechobee High found out what position Laurens
lost a hard fought game to the local the space In the Okeechobee News. els. was playing, Zelda is very elated over the fact tearstained face and grave
THETA BETA CLUB V. I that Maron is home again. She Who has given the flag a soldier-
high school team last Friday Jack Coker Is very much upset j
I Juanita: What shall we have for undoubtedly believes in the old fine's the bravest of the brave.
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night by a score of 13 12 This was over a certain girl who is moving '
dinner today- I saying "the way to a man's heart : And that banner we are proud of.
the ,
first game of to Moore Haven.
Catfish's
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the Subscribe for The News Juanell:: Let's have duck.: DuckIs Is through his stomach," for we with, its red, blue and whiteIs
current season. We wonder if Jane Cason and
..11mothers'
my favorite chicken except turkey hear she spent the entire morning a lasting tribute holy to
Alumni scored first on a line against torn steel fragment, brok
The \
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