The Okeechobee news
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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: March 6, 1942
Publication Date: -1992
Frequency: triweekly[<1989>-1992]
weekly[ former <1926-1945>]
semiweekly[ former <1981-1983>]
three times a week
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Okeechobee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Okeechobee County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Okeechobee -- Okeechobee
Coordinates: 27.241667 x -80.833056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 82, no. 91 (Sept. 13, 1992).
General Note: "The voice of the Everglades."
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 6, no. 24 (Jan. 8, 1926).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Robt. LaMartin 11.38



Volume 27-Number 37 Okeechobee, Florida, Friday, March 6, 1942 Price 5 Cents


: GRADUATESIS | IN THE Harry Burch Says

Be Allowed In The -
members of the Theta Beta club'of | MIAMI Fla'., March 1, 1942 The Freight Rates
call to all college Home Eco- Ouy F Hull, chief carpenter's
Okeechobee high school with the assistance of
Navigable Waters nomics majors or graduates has mate navy recruiting officer forI
been Issued by Major B. C. Riley, Miss Constance Finger, edited The Okeechobee I I this area with headquarters In the Are DiscriminatoryDiscriminatory

state coordinator of training for News last week, and we think they did a swell I Postofflce building Miami, announces ,.

To Whom It :Slay Concern: the State Defense Council. These job in their first appearance} in editing a newspaper I that the following named
women, whether professionally engaged men were sent to Jacksonville, Fla. freight rates cost-
Existing federal laws for the
tection and pro- or homemakers are badly- I today for final examination and enlistment. Ing Florida shippers millions of dollars !-
preservation of the
waters of the United States navigable urgently needed to teach Red We have heard no criticism of the paper, per year were attacked by
Cross courses In nutrition Riley Moye C Dickinson, 812 N,W. 23rd Harry M Burch who In
was St.
require the prior approval by the said and, on the other hand, we have heard many I I
St, Miami Cloud In the interest of his candi-
Chief of Engineers and the I
tary of War of the location and Special refresher courses will be favorable comments, and all agreed that the Elmo Canfleld 628 47th St., West dacy for Railroad Commissionerthis
plans for any construction or work j: I held In many places in the stateto high school class could well afford to be proudof Palm Beach. week. Mr. Burch has lived In
\ enable them to qualify as Instructors William T. Sweat, 321 Okeechobee Tampa Jacksonville and Miami and
proposed in any navigable waterway their first effort While the edition of the
of the j The teaching work will Road West Palm Beach. has been In business In Tallahassee -
United States. The War '
department Is charged with the duty I be vOlunteer service and will enable paper was not as much financially as the class Howard C. Drawdy, Okeechobee.Fla. for the past nine years.

of administering and enforcing the I every qualified person to make had hoped for, it was very good. "There Is no excuse for charging
I an Important contribution to FlorIdn'e I Lloyd Clifton Llghtsey Okeechobee Florida and other southeastern
above law. I wartime effort. These same girl will be around to call on
Fla shippers 30 to 50 cent for
has In been several brought Instances to the recently attentionof it Home Economics graduates are the people of the town and county in their subScription Ray V, Simmons, Box 474, Okee- hauling our goods per than the more rail-

tills office that piers wharves I requested to write today direct to campaign, and we hope that everyone chobee Fla. roads of the north and west charge,
J Major B C, RIley genera! extension The following men completed recruit and when I am elected to Florida's
etc have been built In various navigable will use this time and opportunity to renew their
I; division.
University of Florida training at the Norfolk Railroad Commission we are soma
the permission waterways of the this War state department and- 4 Gainesville: I subscription or to start as a new subscriber, for Training station this week and were to set the wheels In motion to eliminate -

requested after constructionhad V these girls need the money in their school work. assglned to the signal school. this lank discrimination," Mr.

been wholly or partially com The Observer' So if you are going to renew your subscriptionto Russell C. Stone, 1517 MonroeSt. Burch"It stated
Hollywood Fla. seems utterly ridiculous to me
pleted. In many Instances this has
been done by parties who are, or the paper or begin as a new subscriber, give Raymond H Jackson, General that we have set supinely by for

who should have 1 been, fully aware these girls the subscription so that they will get Delivery MiamI. years and years while the railroadsserving
(By Kill Page) Men who also '' Florida
of the requirements of the law, and I their percentage of it. completed training have arbitrarily
hence could not plead ignorance of were: Floyd M. Scott, 8234 N.W. added 15 per cent ''extra take' being
such requirements. PE\RL DIVER -- -- -- 14th Court Miami; Arthur R. Hol- I JI1 addition to the already burdensome -

AU parties are hereby warned Say, Pal. are you finding any I the one you are I But this way Is the way 'we lenbeck Box 1101, Delray Beach, and discriminatory! rate level
can'l Fla.; Edward F. Fairbanks, 2224 for all movements south of the Potomac
against sUch practice. Propertyownll'S pearls these days1'1' you a he and his employees I get them. -
pearl dil'l'r'ou I i This Ponce de Leon Ave, Palm Beach. rlier which are 39 per cent
Is the
or other parties contemplating wonder If you courteous to the l'U way we can get ,,
any construction or other work are or not don't'you? You andI I' you and your "gang-" I This is the way we can get tanks i Y- higher than the rates in other Darts

In a navigable waterway channel- and nearly every one else In give xetra service, like I This is the way we can get vlc- flYA In This State. of the country."
ward of the line of mean high water this mundane existence are train schedules, bus torv. "Why. the railroad men themselves -
thereof or any dredging in o.:' "poarl di\rn" more or less ditions of highways This Is the way we can win even call it 'the 15 per cent
connecting therewith should make And I do not mean the hotel I through loan, etc. peace!" J Is Preparing For arbitrary'! I'll say it's arbitrary
that and I Those wOI'kmenho of their : and It's high time the people of
sure a War department peimi re"t.lul'ant'arlety either. i carry tamps just to gave I
Is secured before any work is per- The hotel or customers? I'll bet he kill their strength and their effortto ( Florida are rising up and saying
formed. Engineers or contractors estaurantpearl How about Ire water to give this nation !the "Alabama"nine i The Essential 1 Jobs something about It."
called upon to design structures to } r you a cool drinking II months ahead of schedule are "They are going to tell you I am

be built in any navigable watei'.\a> n diver In your place of business doing the same kind of a job as talking through my hat and it can'tbe
Is the dish
or to perform work of any type in bet he does Gc icral MacArthur. I Geared to the nation's effort for done. If that is so, why should
such waterways should advise :heir y aa'4 s know.washer, you Ordon't I You know, the world Is I Let their example be followed by '' all-out war production the National they waste their time to organize I
clients of the necessity of securinga a oysters, and you can industry and labor, as a whole, and Youth administration for their whispering campaign to tell
War department permit and you ? I more than your share America WILL DO IT! We must Florida is now preparing 3.532 out- you so? If it can't be done, why

should assure themselves .hat ->ucna r Well anyway just make It a point to forget profits and wages and hours I' of-school youth for essential Jobs should they worry about my election -
permit has been obtained before why your competitor. Go a quit whining arguing and bicker- i as part of a nationwide total of ? I tell you there is no such
commencing work.Compliance ti that cognomen farther, be a little ng and GO TO WORK, if we wantto 182000. it was reported today by word as 'can't1 in this fight All we
with the above will was more courteous "Keep win this war. I Charles O.. Lavin state youth administrator need is somebody on the JobandI
not only avoid a cloud In the title ever wishedon Say, Pal are The "Alabama' Is a shining sym- mean 'on the Job'-looklng out
to the structure erected or work i ipei'forned a dishwasher Is beyond me. pearls these days you? bol of the American way. It Is an I Production of planes, guns, ships for the people and not the special
b : but "rill forestall! objec- And a brace of dishwashers In industrial victory of which thehole tanks and munitions of all kinds interests.
tlons by parties! whose rights might I; the same "joint"are usually Well, be a seeing i you, nation may well be for the armed forces Is urgent and What we will need is a spearhead
be"aftc&d, TmVSlso will"prevent*' '*call.iU"Tie Gold f)1I.t Twln ." .. ... Tike'P. S."- Ohle.. .says: ?;h<% spirit that built the 'J\I I by preparing young people for jobsIn' behind which the people can rally
,I o possibility that the removal of Well that makes some sense. the girl'on HftlT \ \ ," t he fcpfrit that wilfwm. prOUd'j 4. factories! ," shipyards' and' arm&!- *W. nrearhoad .is what the> .legisla '1
!>art nr all tl the structure may be anyway who thought all pearls" could have been ments plants the NYA Is making its ture Intended to create when It setup of r
requ-cc I 'men mere are me actiui from gray-haired Old | wlthcm getting one minute behind most Important contribution to the a three-man railroad commission

For tht information of all Interested pearl diven Those husky na- -like fur coats I I war program Lat'ln said. and that is what we will makeIt

parties the applicable federal dyes of the South Sea Islands | 'It's only one shlp'IBut NYA mechanical shop and pro- when you people elect me.
law Section 10 of the River and Deep-chested stalwart men of V I it'sthe America we've been duction projects are giving on-the- "The amazing facts will no longerbe

Harbor Act. approved March 3. 1988 I, all ages who comb the bottom "TOO LATE TO (' .\ waiting; for. i|: Job training to about 1,000 young permitted to mold In pigeon-
is quoted below; i of the bay, for oysters. And I 'We'll have to have more ships men and women in Florida and 83- I holes and rot In the basement of {
they do not gather countless than that'. that building in Tallahassee dedicated
creution In
"That the of any obstruction By Russell. Kay 1700 workshops organized -
not affirmatively author- thousands of bl-vahes just so I VH'n'RE along Industrial lines these to justice The reports that
ized by Congress to the navigable :' they ran have an oyster stew The following editorial FARMER NEWS young people are getting practical have been coming In for 'lo these
for their evening meal. Neither 1 More Than A Ship" experience through the many years will be looked Into. The
capacity of any of the waters of productionof
I Well
does the shell make them Christian Science Monitor we boys had quite a time will be
the United States Is hereby pro- more In, Home goods and learning their Job system amplified and reports
Mbted.! : and It, shall not be lawful' than the price of a debutante's to me as the type of hear Economics last week. I through doing a Job. The types of carefully studied and analyzed.
to build or commence the building I wardrobe per fortnight. Nay, thinking we need In I that the girls had some fun i I work carried on in NYA defense Then the facts will be given to the
of any wharf, pier dolphin boom I brother, those boys are lookingfor day. It tells a vivid story \Agriculture: class,, also. Folks we i j I I shops Includes machine shop weldIng people I have sublime faith in the
wear breakwater, bulkhead Jetty pearls! and see If you don't agree. expect to let you know soon how :, sheet metal, automobile mechanics power of Informed public opinion
or other structures In any port I Needless to say they openmany "Americans can do It! wp came out in the judging at the aviation mechanics, forge. directed by able leadership and I .
roadstead haven harbor, canal an oyster that has been That's what half a Fair. I know you are all just bust- and foundry, boat-building and. pledge you I will provide the facts
navigable river or other water of meticulously clean In Its living been shouting.And to find out about It. woodworking, and radio. for that public opinion and will join
and has let sand the rest of the This week we have a young gen- other able Floridians and South-
the United States outside estab- no accumulateIn In Florida, 1,459 youth are employed -
lished harbor lines or where no I Its pantry consequently, been whispering it. tleman" who is known to all as on NYA professional and rons In organizing the leadership
harbor lines have been established, no pearls. But one never knows, Those who were free but his name Is Jessie Ray clerical projects which are giving that will discard the word 'can't'
except on plans recommended by does one? And as someone has Those who had lost their Ipare'I He has fryers, Improve- experience to 48,700 young people and do the job I
the Chief of Engineers and author- I aptly said the oysters them- whispered it'Americans- projects and supplementary throughout the nation Closely related I "I'll tell the people later In the
ized by the Secretary of War; and selves are strangely quiet and can do It'l jobs In his project program to the war program, these campaign about my social, privateand
He Is going to make a great lead
it shall not be lawful to excavate reticent about the whole darn Then the waiting. projects Include such activities as home life if they are Interested t
"What are we waiting for, as most all Future Farmers do. bat frankly, I think the peopleof
or fill, cr In any manner to alteror thing. the preparation of nurse aids, the
modify the course location condition But the pearl diver stays with ica?' .helps the chapter in many ways training of hospital attendants and Florida are more interested in
: or capacity of, any port his Job knowing full well that Still the waiting. appears at most all meetings. the performance of clerical services having a two-fisted go getting
probably all know him, but I
roadstead haven harbor, canal, the law of averages will bring 'It's later than you think, for such defense agencies as the fighting Commissioner for this job
lake harbor of refuge or uiclosure him pearls ultimately. A sort of, icans'I you didn't know that he was a selective service boards and defense because the railroad lojby can't be
within the limits of any breakwater, "If at first you don't succeed It wast Is Farmer and had a project. councils. beaten by any other kind of man."
In fact, It was December the surprising thing about Mr. Burch is running In Oroup 2
or of the channel of any navigable dive" dive dive again! NYA resident projects where
And then silence Farmers ,and they are proud for the seat the Commission
water of the United States, unless And your job your business, it. young people live and work at the on now
the work has been recommendedby yes, your very life Is also based And still the waiting Don't job site employ 718 Florida youth. held ,by Jerry Carter. (Reprintedfrom
forget that "S" Is for SI-
the Chief of Engineers and authorized on the Law of Averages So, In 'Shipments to Russia about The national total of youth In resident the St. Cloud Tribune),
any thing that Is
by the Secretary of War your business your oysters are I than promised' centers Is 32,100. These centers -
during this war.
prior to beginning the tame (30 your prospective customers 'Air power key to Jap ....-...-. were established primarily to
Stat. 1151; 33 U.SC. 403)," And, likewise, your pearls are I 'Where's the Navy'? YI give work-experience and trainingto A most enjoyable social hour followed -
Violation of the above law Is pun the regular customers that yon But America could do( It. GIRL SCOUTS youth from rural areas and from Songs, games and puzzles
ishable by a fine of from 1300 to have won by fair dealings and Wasn't that what they I The Girl Scouts met Tuesday small communities where Job training made the evening exciting and
$2500, or by Imprisonment not to 'which you sell from week to America could ? at the Methodist church facilities do not exist. The typesof John Neff graciously showed us his

exceed one year or both such punishments week. Not all the oysters you ''Planes promised'. I A number of Interest "pet" work done on resident projects) colored films. They were gorgeous
in the discretion of the I{ gather are going to be loaded .'Billions appropriated', were turned In and several Include all of the major activities to look at as well as educational.
court. Further, the removal of any I,, with pearls like buckshot In an By this time next year-' took the Tenderfoot tests on In the NYA program, with emphasis Refreshments were served to Mrs.
structures or parts of structures I old muzzle loader, but If you But down over the Signs Thing Knots and their on production shop work. J. A. McNeill, Mrs. A. Sprunt, Mrs.

erected in violation of tl.is law may : keep diving and bring up oysters of the Pacific turgid streams promise and signs. The Resident centers for white youthare Jim McCranle, Miss Alice Bass, Mrs
be enforced by injunction of any from frying size both ways, Nippon trlckel, tumbled, who have passed all Tender- located at Pensacola Ocala, Gordon Dixon, Mrs. Ralph Rampey
circuit court having Jurisdiction. you are bound to gather pearls 'Too little-too late' tests and who are candidates Tampa and Orlando, and for negro Mrs J. Louie Carter, Mrs. J. K.
A. Q. Vuiey, along the way. Even America? membership of the National youth at Tallahassee and Daytona Davis, Mrs. Eleana King, Mrs. J. R
Major Corps( of Engineers So If you are a success hi your Then a creaking and a Scouts Immediately after pass Beach. Minnehan Mrs. John Neff, Mrs
District! Engineer business, whatever kind of a"racket" The blunt Impact of their test on the Flag and pay- I V Evelyn Williams, Mrs. Ernest Hunt,,
V you are In, you fan ram on wedge their national annual dues of Mrs. Omer Hunt Mrs. Jesse Wolff
have been listed In Dunn & They are 'driving her up'- cents are as follows. I FIDELIS CLASS MEETS Mrs. Hugh McLaughlin, Mrs. Roy
Rep W. J. Hendry spent last I Bradstreet's "Who's Who As A to the ways.Thirtyfive. Virginia Parkerson, Alma Joyce Drauglm Miss Jo Parrish, Mrs. TUlle -

Friday In Miami where he went Pearl Diver. if you are not thousand tons 'umble. Mildred Phelps, Lucille I I Friday, February 27, the, Fidelia Johnson, Mrs. W. A. Moore, Mrs.
to attend the meetlng of the State listed nor have you ever been Thirty-five 'thousand Elizabeth Ughtsey, Ernes class, with Mrs. J. A. McNeill as Rae Boettger, Mrs. O. V. Fllppen

Road board. It'. high time you started rowIng night Hunt, Mary Alberta Louthan, I I teacher had their regular monthly and. Mrs Wade Snell.
your dory out to the old Thirty-five thousand Anne Moore Kathryn I party at the home of Mrs. Jim McCranle a

State Attorney Murray W Over- oyster beds and build up your 'America can do It'l and Virginia Lee Culbreth. I I with Mrs McCranie and 0 L. Plppen and. David Hamrick
street of Klsslmmee. spent Wednes- "rep" as a "Hellflre, goget'emshore Multiply It by nine months.Because Attain this week the Girl Scouts Miss Alice Bass acting as hostesses were visitors at Pahokee last Friday -

day of this week attending to legal nuf" specialist In the art nine months you to save all tinfoil from night where they went to attend -
business here. of oyster diving and pearll'ath- time the 'Alabama' slid gum cigarettes candy, etc. Mrs. Hugh McLaughlin, president -' : the annual banquet of the
-0E Bring ways to water. to save all collapsible tin con- called the meeting to order Future Farmers of that place.
O. Sellers returned to his home And how do you do all this? Nine months that could such as toothpaste shaving Mrs Rae Boettger, secretary, read -0-
here Wednesday after spending I! Remember, the old man who been used up by strikes. and ointment tubes; and, : the minutes Mrs. w. A. Moore Sheriff L. L. Conrad and Repre-
several days In Arcadia attending made the best mouse trap If Nine months that could but' not least, save all old treasurer, gave the treasurer's re- sentative W. J. Hendry were visitors -
to business you do not savy, watch your been argued away-over We have not completed our port.At In Tallahassee Chattahoo-
successful business rival. Doe Nine months that could for collecting this defense ma- I the close of the business ses- chee on Tuesday of this week.
County Commissioner E. J. Wilson he display his wares more attractively eaten up by spreadnlg the yet, but well probably let you I sion Mrs. A. Sprunt gave a most Snerlff Conrad carried a patient to
spent yesterday In Fort Pierce than yours are displayed little thinner, making more next week our 'method of col Inspiring devotional on "What Is A the Florida State hospital, while
attending to business and seeing ? Is his place of business for more men-for longer. In the 'meantime-save for Christian1; and Mrs. J. A. McNeill Mr. Hendry attended to business at
friends. neater and cleaner than Nine months of 'time, to Sam I led us In prayer, the capital. ''..
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GEMS IN TUB nurriT COHRT or THE nounce that I am a candidate for 2Hrd: day nf March A.D. 1043 other
hccrljoltcc 'cus NINTH jrniriAt riuoriT OP Political wine the Rllogallona of the Bill of Com
Your KI.OIUDA IN:1 AND FOR OKEEC"1I0'1 re-election as a member of the plaint will lie liken n confessed
From ScrapbookUNITY .
.BEE COrXTV. IN:1 CHANCERY Board of Public Instructions from against you,
Cam No. 826 This orDer shall be puhllahed Ie.
District No. 1 for Okeechobee County
W. S. HANCOCK Cvroplaluant
Announcements cording to- law In the Okeechobae
Published every Friday by the .11, In the May Primary. I have News, a tlewapaper of general, clrcula- I,

Okeecbobee News Co.,' at Okeacbo- Men's hearts ought not to be set TENNESSEE!NOTICE IIAlIiCOCK.TO APPEAR IWendnnt served as a member of this board Inn having In the ,County* principal of piece' Okeecbobee of business -

bee Okeechobee County Florida. against one another, but set with TO TENNESSEE: HANCOCK OeD' for the nearly four years and if re- State of Florida.

.' one another and all against evil eral Dellvery'I..eshurg, Virginia elected to this! office I will continueto Pitted nt Okeerhouee, Florida this
Von art hereby ordered to appear to FOR REPRESENTATIVE IWli day of Kehruary 11142.
BRYANT BOWDEN .. Editor only-Carlyle. the Bill of Complaint tor divorce filed IN THE LEGISLATURE give the people of the county the HOT It. UAULERSON,
agnloat you bjr W. 8. Hancock In the same fair and Impartial consideration Clerk Circuit Court
-0-- above ntyli'cl mum on or hpfore the Florida
nkeechohoe County,
23rd d.r of March, A D 1042, otherli in the future that I have In
The multitude which does not (Circuit Court fieal) 3S3I
Entered as second class matter re-1 ..
July 1, 1915, at the Post Office duce Itself to unity is ; I Complaint will b. taken *a tonftaacdBgBllXt nounce that I am a candidate for W. H. HARDEN. NOTICE Of APPLICATION FOR
: foil.
Okeechobee. Florida under the the unity which does not depend I This order shell be pulillilied ae- reflection to the office of Representative I (Paid Political Adv.) I TAX DEED
upon the multitude Is tyranny. fording to law In the OkeechohpeNo I Laws of IBIS
Act of March 8 1879.SUBSCRIPTION. In the Florida Legislaturefor I I
*'i. I npHipnper of general circulation I Notice la hereby given that Ads
I IPasca.1. having its l.rID'lpal I |lulu,. of business | Okeechobee County In UM NOTICE OK APPLICATION fOR I! Wynn, holder. of Tax Certificate Noa,
-0-- In the County pf Okecchobee, Democratic Primaries In May 1943. I, TAX DEED K4, 3-a: 3.:16.: an, 3f3113 liaited the 5tb
Individuals. as nations unite j I State of Florida. Laws of IBM I day of September' A,D. 1927 baa died
RATE Killed tit Okwhobw, Florida this W. J. (BILL) HENDR7 Notice In hereby given that Elena I anrae In my office : hoe made application '
harmoniously on the basis of Jus- Kill day of February HH2. Paid Political Advertisement. I II 'I King, bolder of Tax for a Tax Deed to be issued there
One year In advance .......__...._$2.00Six when Certificate No. on.laid Certificate embrace the following .
tice, and this Is accomplished ROY R. RAULEnSON, HUM Untied the !Bib day of August A.
months in advance ...---..... 1.00 self Is lost In Love-or God's own Clerk Circuit Court V II. lli-'O. tins filed name In my office! ; hasmade described property In the
Three months in advance.- .75 Okeetbi>l>ee County, Florida I application for a Tax Deed to be 'ouuty nf Okeechobee State of Florida
plan of salvation.-Mary Baker Ed Circuit 'ourt 8539NOTICE I laced thereon Bald Certificate em- to-wlt 1
Seall FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONERI braces the following described property Lots 1 to 8 Inc. Blk. 1 ; LoU 1 to

dy. In the County of Okeechobee, State of 24 Inc., Blk. 2; lOll 1 to 24 Inc.,
-0- rinrl'la' to-wltt Rlk. 7t; Lots 1 to 17 Inc., Blk. 8.KIll' .
Advertising bills are payable on wish to announce that I am a Subdivision of EV4 of NE%
Our doctrine of equality and lib Of Intention To EHunolv The t'ol- 1,01.! 8 and 0, Block 177, City of
the first of each month. Parties I office ikcwhohee. lees (9 acres, Sec 15, Twp. 343, Bge.
erty and humanity comes from our lowing (ornunttloni I.toled Itolow candidate for the of County 35E.
unknown to publishers required to W hlrli (orporatlonii Were Inror* Commissioner from District 4 The assessment of laid property under Tbe aaapaament of ..
belief In the brotherhood of man I II porateil I filer The L..w. of Florida mill Certificate 1.011ed81 In tbe name issued la
in advance. Okeechobee District in the Demo. of Lester II. Puna.I'nlfM ler laid Certificate wai the
pay through the fatherhood of Ood. And tee llellnqurnt For Three nnme of Preston C King
I -Calvin Coolidge. its: ) \ oarA Or More Inder The I'ro- cratlc Primaries in May. I will aPe reined I laid Certificate shall be re- Unless gild Certificate shall be r.
nccnrrilnir to law, de
I' I I \Iolono l tit Chapter 14871 Arle Of property deicrlbed
deemed Recording to law property -
vote and irrlhprt therein shall he sold to tbe
-o- 19.11.: A. .Amended Lena Of Hor- your
Reading notices In local columns highest hlddcr at the Courthouse door therein shall b* told to the high-
for dis- Whoever in prayer can say, "Our I Iclu.Nolli'i. ALBERT BARKA on the fret Monday In the month of eat. bidder at the Courthouse door oa e
lOc line. Rates U hereby given under tliu
a Father." acknowledges and should !' Paid Political Advertisement April, 1042, which la the Ath day of the, Bret Monday In the montb of
i'lrov1llooa uf Chapter lltSW, AoH of
play advertising furnished en ap April, 11)42.I'nted April, 1012, which la the 6tb day of
feel the brotherhood of the whole 111,1.1.: Lows (if Florida, to each of the V April, 1042.
thus 27th of ,
plication. Classified advertising < c r I | Dated thli 25th day of February,
word each Insertion. A'.l race of mankind. Tyron Edwards.o lug lucurporutetl under the, LII.... of 1042. I JOt:. ,
each :: I tOY )t.
lorlilu IInil i-urillntl tu the records I FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONERDISTRICT : ROY 11. KAt'r.KtON::
Items regarding enterprises con- I nf the Kciri'turjt of State filch slid Clerk Circuit 1 (Court of
NO. 1 Clerk Circuit Court
Jesus throws down the dividing Okcpi'linlx-e
County, Florida. I
ducted for profit are chargeable) every of auvh corporation uiipvur il"- (Circuit Court Heal) Okeechobee County, Florida
prejudices of nationality and teaches (. Iliiijiifiil fur three (I'll't yenta ur morin 30.40V ( :IIMO( (Circuit Court Seal)
at advertising rates. universal love, without distinction the Illlug uf ri'iiorta and piijini'iitnf I take this opportunity to an. V
the of
IIIXI-M ntiiler iirnvlHliiim
w of race, merit or rank.-Gelkle ]l, her 111.77. Ann nf itch 1.11" of Hur nounce that I am a candidate for I :NOTKK TO ('IKI>ITOH8
V I., Mil, mill' thus miller tile Iro\ 1.1..111 of 'I STATE (W! FL01tt0.ti.'OI'NTY
PLEDGE TO THE FLAG raid. Chuiitt'r ll /"su Ai'la uf 1WJ; l.ii" n County Commissioner from District NOT(( E ttr AI'I'LICATION FOB : : OF OKKIICIIOBEK:
SCHOOL NOTES | of fc'lurlOa, anlil corporal IUIIH huve, bet'Uiluitm.il No 1, (Fort Drum) in the Demo. TAX ittrn I You and! each of you are hereby not-
1 pledge allegiance to the Flag ( lifted I and required to present any
III tubjuct to be dissolved uudIbre I I.KIVI of I9A:
of the United States of America C'ou.edJ;; Unit ,' (t) liiomlix utter the dote cratic Primary May 5. Notice In hereby given that Bethel i cluliiia\ huh dvinitnda hiI'll you or either
( ) I nt Ililn inilillmtluii e.rh unil every nfMUIU If elected I will serve the peopleof Sloan holder of Tax Certificate No. of you. may have against the
and to the Republic for "''101'" ol Jnlin l.ultnn. docvaaed, late
corporallouv hated below that 1'1 tlh, lamed the flrd dny of September,
which It stands: One nation Indivisible I I, lUll ,' not' In the uieuiilliiiv (fled ihelrrt'purtit my district and the entire countyto A.I), inuH, boa filed mine lit my office nf cull County,' to tho., County Judge nil
Okeechobee ( 'lIl1t Florida at
"CIlt'CKLES" duo unU Auld all tuxea. : Joeuuder the very best of my ability I.. IIIIK mndc npplliallon fur a Tax of '
; with liberty and Justice offlie III lhe 'Court' (louse at Okeecbobee -
I I In. pl'o'I.lulIl I ul 'haplvr HU77.Ail will heed| tu IniHNiied Ihcroim. Said Certificate
Dumb Dora thinks that the appreciate your vote and sup. Florida nlthln eljiht calendar
for all"WAKE ot I'.Ul, 1.11" of 1"lorlolo.1'111 !10. piuhrnrca the follow'Inn do- .
months from the date of the first pubIliiiiitliin
Stamp act was passed for Jitter nTllllcil to I hi; jo\enmr" \\ bo1'11I la- port. II Ncrlbed property In the County of of thla notice Each: claim or
bugs. I Hue iiroi-luuiullou ut (that time iliaolvliitf -B, C. SWAIN Okeechohpe. Stale nf Florid to-wlt : ik'inand milt bo In writing, and must
Lot 2, Block Y, uf South Okco-
AMERICANS: sold (.oriiorullouii.iikiH..linht mute the pbtee of r1'511,11'n1.0 and
Paid Political Advertisement.
The little moron things that "The *. County. i rhidipp and
office itdilreaa of tho clnlnmnt
Lost Chord" was a missing woodpile I Atliiulk'. L'rvtltfliitf unU L'IHIBUIII ll"i" V I Tin HMcsHniPiit of fluid property un- liuiMt be auorn to b>' the clitlinnut, his
The United States has never last Cniiipuu>, uke ei.liolico' l.,iku a Mile CuuiliniO I dir mild Corilllniti' tunned "us In tho iiircnt or itttoriii-y, or the same will
a war Moct Americans think the ', linorpuruttfd Okeci holirL'. I I MIIIUIuf T. A. Klwniinro. lii.ioini void uciordlitK to hw.
Dumb Dora thinks that sugar IsI; It ,m further ,illriMleil linn u cop of TO THE CITIZENS OF l'nlt'.. mild Certificate shall he redeemed Thla 17lh d.I)' of .IIIIIIIOI. '. 1U42.
United States cannot lose a war. : 1111' initlitt lu |'inlillnli|.|| niit time InTlio OKEECIIOBEE COUNTY: I nccnrdliiit to Inw. properly de- MORRIS: LOFTONAilmlnlmnitor
The doubt whether Great Britain made from a policeman's beat. oki'muolii'e, >i'tt e, u ni'mtiniiiiriiilill I I pcrlhed therein, shall be aold/ to the of tin l.ntute; of.Inliu
-()- | .liei.| In Okvi'clinuvi. Ciiuin.x.' I:|nr- I I liltfhi'pit. hldder' nt the. Court Dousr door Lofton ,dcfeum'd.Jim .
( an lose a war If losing It would be I :
i on the /hutIuday In the mouth of
Miss Patterson: "Mr Durrance, Mil/ hi Ablili eniinly the homo nillivof I hereby annouce candidacy :. 511.; (.'.It. (I 13.20.
embarrassing to the United Stltes.1) thy above lUloil fortiurnlloii In Mh"l1 II my .\\ tll 4'>. which la the Dili dny of I -
how far were you from the correct to bu Inuutud.IA for election to the office of : April. IUI2.I -

They think that Russla's magnlflIPIU answer?" \\'ii.h.SMIIKUKliK.: 1 IIUM.lioreunto Commissioner from Dis. I|I Milled, tbla L'Tlli clay of. rdirmiry, -:..: : : : :..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..;..:..:..:..:..:..;..:..?
l against Htler Is dueto ]!lI ,
showing linud, mid ciinxed tin.rent I
oui need for a Russian Clyde: "Only three seats ma'am" I Senl tuy lie Mulu ul Klurldii In I, vote No, 3 and will appreciate your I'!' HOY It. \UI.RHSON: :I: :i:
Circuit of
rand lie 1'i TllllllllllNHee. the Cil >llill. I, and | Court
' -o- Ufllxt'll | support. If I am reelect.'ed .
\hile we get readlto fight thin Hie lu II of' Mil rd..1'.. 1II4JiNiili Okoechiihee County, Florida K E. STELLO |
.Ml! continue as long as we need It. The davenport held the twain I > :. ,\. Glt.tl 1', I shall continue to serve In a Circuit Court Senl) 30-40 :. .

1'ht'think that Japan will be halt- Fair damsel and her ardent swain 37 KwU'tnry of HiHINO faithful and capable manner andworklnll' I' V
:|: Kcglstered Real Estate Broker
He-and-she V IS TIIK rilKTIT: COfllT OK TUB fX
; at all times for the best
< ri I automatically Just before she :\1\1'11: .i1fu'i.tt. C1HCTIT OF X

onquers Australia They think But then a step upon the stair, : IKKOki'i'i'tHilii'i' interest of the County. I I n.oiuru, ANn: FOil OKKHCIIOmi *X..J"> A;
And father finds them there <'''"''t,\ Florldii. HILLIARDPaid :I: ,'OI'ST\'. ix: CIIANCKHVCine
hat South America never will be Miirch, 9, -..1)0'1'11 No. R'J.1
|i: :
invaded from Europe or Asia be- He-and-she. \ : i I" IlElhl( :l Tit( : It I i Polittlcal Advertisement. IJI'TII KEO: .\l., Comi'lntnnnt ,

-oI mirMiiniit. tu Section I II of 'Milliter I Il.nw" isaifl) \, V- vs.HR01T1 I
iuwe. being In the same half of :* INSURANCE
nf Klnrldii.rin liiiT.: known nil lirXHI.. r>efelldllllt01U |: I
the world with ourselves, It enjoys had sworn to be a bachelor the MUIIflir ACT, tie t"II"\I'11I1I: ill- \ I: TO UTKK

i minor share of the protection of She had sworn to be a bride; vrrllii'il. lillld III ( lkt>(Cuunf3. I OR COUNTY COMMISSIONER: TO IIAUOLD HKfl.U.: CiMiprn PC :J{ -xxOkeecliobee: $
.. .h.I.IOI.I III IIP ofToriMl fur i.ilc utimlilli' (very. Itiirbauk, CallforulifYou : ,
I know the answer, DISTRICT. 2
evidence guess you mitcn' fur llic I brat I II lire ln,r<'hv ordered to nppeitrIn _
She had nature on her side rash, Mil.\ iiibji'cr! tn tin' rlulit, ur lli>' the Illll "f Cntniilnlnt for divorce I |: F1A.I ;|
In short, we, as a nation have a TniHinifi, nf IIi I Inti-riiiil I liii >rnM'ini'iit fll"d,, niznIi.Kt, Vni In Ruth Itcenl In the :

supernatural faith in American -0- Fund, tn rejnt nay mid till| hide, lit take this opportunity to an. 1 lilt.., ,, ,11"H'\ mi or before 'the .:..:..:..:..;..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..;..:..:..!..:..:..:..:..:-:..:--

destiny, that "Ood Break break, break, the Court lliniHi'. nt 10.M.. nn the nounce that I am a candidate for
forgetting only
I On the cold gray stones, O sea ; lull dny of .Airll| lilt.1 l iue,'uuv.t. for reelection Commissionerfrom -- -- -- -
as County
nelps; those who help themselves. \ rand right utw"y IKI i feet w ldi- will
There have been people like ourselves But I'll bet you could break for 40 I In* rpwruMl from tiny punt'l thrmiKlililvli District No. 2. I will apprecl.I

years, \\' thi'riIn mi I'xlHllnif Slate KnildIi.t \.
In the world bfore. Cro- I n. lll.irk 11 Wrluht A. true. ate your vote and support. I

:Magnon" man as anyone can tell by And not be as broke as me. i I SlllidlvlHlnn.V > nf SKVi 1 "f :M''',< I C. F. WALKER ,

-The Comedian.I'SELF" nf 1'1\' I,.. KM'U" T\\' p. !1T, lliinife Paid Political Advertisement. 1
coking at his high-browed skull V 3.1. roiitillnlnil 1IIf'r..... 1 1
thought that way about the brutal TriimwK or the Tntc'rinil I V ,
".\ Ire .roceutent rtiinl' nf the
MiMiHlerthallans The Cro-Mag-
I have to live with myself and soI Male, nf Flnrlilii.I'.y .
"nons perished. The Greeks for a toy It, llMiiliTH'ili.\ AKi'lit 'j'1'1I'1"0
want to be fit for myself to know; I. I. Fund, liki'tcliulii'i. County. DISTRICT NO. 5
0'i.sand Greeks
years thought only I want to be able as days go by. Florid :17 41CHVPEL k }
,, M L' '
mild whip them until the swarthy I s -:
Alvays to look myself straight In
I hereby candldac.\
:M'ledonians" did. Victorious Rome announce my

: .i tected by both pagan and Chris- the eye; I I PROGRAM: for reelection: to the office of Coun.
I don't want to stand with the setting The seniors had charge of the ;
i 1.111 cods could never be overrun ty Commissioner from District No 5 II -
entertainment Friday. February -
sun chapel (
,n plundering Ooths and vandals | for Okeechobee county. I will ap.
And hale myself for things I've 27. As all who were there
barbarian hordes descended i id 1 predate the vote and support of '
done.I know it was an amateur program. I t rf.
t trampled an empire Into the everyone.
-o-- There were 8 numbers on this pro-
don't want to keep on a closet gram as follows.:
It: i.s a misfortune that the United I Paid Political Advertisement.FOR .
I shelfA | Iris Conrad sang "White Cliffs of .

rates never lost a war until we lot of secrets about myself. I Dover." V = -

'erne l to this one which we darei And fool myself as I come and go, : Molly Bowden Betty Barber and Cot'T'mUnSSIOSElt )

i lose Had living Americans ever Into thinking that nobody else] will Sylvia Snell sang 'Tea For Two." DISTRICT.
rued defeat or had" the sobering i iile I I know I Arlene and Ruth Burk sang "In

of national humiliation formed 1 he kind of man I really am- !; the Valley of the Moon" accompanied (fI: Iii q.4-:

i part of their education, we would |I I I don't want to dress myself up In by guitar. I I wish to announce that I am a t1-1.F X11 :t1 ;

:nothat victory Is not won by sham. I.I Gilbert- Donaldson and J. O. candidate for the office of County

oldin] ? up two fingers or shouting I -0I Wolff played "White Cliffs of Dov- I Commissioner from District No 3. AIRCONDITIONED

I lap the jap" into a microphone.' want to go out with my head I I er" on trombone and cornet. for Okeechobee (County in the Pl'l.I .

.I d'* American people have a "'1111 j juctory I eitet I Fertile Hunt and Sylvia Snell I mary Election to be held May 5,

and a mental Image ofi I want to deserve all men's respect; I "Hjngary" two-piano piece. I'' 1 will appreciate the vote and suP.pot.t .

i M/e of the task. But thy visMlie But here in the struggle for fame Betty Barber sang "Ramona," of everyone. ,gpmp 11Dependable .

;I that task In terms of the and self, I' dedicated to "Bearcat" Hamrclk. -F. M MOBLEY

uptndous flr ihed product not r want to be able to Uke myself; Clifford Johnson and Gilbert Don- | (Paid Political Adv.)

!1'n hours of labor required to I don't want to think as I come and aldson-" a violin and guitar selec V Service

iifluce It. not of the sacrifice required go, i I FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER:

mobilize the hours of la-I i I I That I'm bluster and bluff and an tion.Leslie Cheshire, Clyde Durranceand DISTRICT. 4 Low Fares

jv, not of the desperate speed demanded empty show.I Sllvanus Harden accompaniedby I hereby announce that I am a

to make It come in time. 'I -0- Gilbert Donaldson at the piano candidate for the office of County
We In mind's fac- Travel via Florida Motor Lines MAIN LINE to all Florida
see oui eye 'I never can hide myself from me sang "The Pepsi-Cola Song." Commissioner! from District No. 4

\ones pouring out planes and t.anks' I lee what others may never see; j There was a reward for first and for Okeechobee county. I will ape and the North.

and guns, troop trains rolling west- I I know what others may never i i second prizes. The three Pepsi- predate your vote and support. Northbound

'. ard laden transports moving out knowI Cola took first! prize of $1. Sll C E. DRAWDYPaid
boys Lv. OKEECHOBEiAr. . ( 40 AM 210 PM
(1 harbor long lines of bombers I never can fool myself-and so, I vanus Imitated the song bird of thei -( Political Adv.) TAMPA 10'10 AMt 455 PM Costs Less than DrivllI-
gaveling: between sea and sky. And
Wha ever happens I want to be i south Kate Smith. Leslie was the I V--- -- Ar. ORLANDO . 10 50 AM 745PM On* RovW

v. lean back as we see this glow- lf-ici>pectlng and conscience free. I I crooner, Bing Crosby and Clyde j I FOR STATE DEMOCRATIC EX. Ar. JACKSONVILLE . 1,IS PM 1145 PM W.II rJ
picture into the comforts of Ar. TALLAHASSEE 445 PM 12 5* AM
.HB -Edgar A. Guest. I was master of ceremony for their F.CUTIVE COMMITTEEWOMAN: : : Ar. LAKE CITY . 2.25 PM 1:10: AM MIAMI S no $ 3M
everyday living. We reach for a V act. ONVIL'LI' 4.40!: 7.M4.U:

hud of We hope that Iv. OKEECHOBEEAr. ,440 PM 1045 PM TAMPA. 3.30
lump sugar.
STUDY COVRSE I Arlene and Ruth won second wish JACKSONVILLE . 345AM '::15 AM LAKELAND 1.90
Me" new taxes will hit the other I to announce that I am a 3.45e
At the First Baptist church this prize of 50( cents. ORLANDO 2.30
:ellou. We wonder whether Russia : candidate for State Democratic Ex. DIRECT CONNECTIONS AT JACKSONVILLE, TA11A.HASSEI TALLAHASSEE 3.4J 10.M
week the Baptist Young People'sTraining We all think it was a success, as AND LAKE CITY WITH GREYHOUND liNES LAKE CITY 4.3J rw
'. let down hercores ecutlve Committeewoman for Okee.
.ill by halting
\ us union have been taking a It was greatly enjoyed by the student FOR All POINT NORTH AND WIST. ATLANTAMACON '.35 13M
.. : at the German frontier. chobee county. I will appreciate 7.1S
study course entitled. "More Than body. 119tM
The American people must open I I the vote and support of everyone. Southbound-Ooing VALDOSTA 5.35
Muiey; taught by Miss Constance V- Lv. OKEECHOBEE . 4 40 PM 10:4S PM IIMMINOHAM 9.50 17.1*
t t'1I'11 e/es to the task before them. i Finger, and we" feel sure much In- LUCILE STELLO. Ar. MIAMI . ISO PM 2.30AM: NEW ORLIANI 11.30 20,>*
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'I hey must throw off their deadly, | (Paid Political Adv.. CHICAGO 11.03 :32.Se
I spiratlon to U bet er Christian Irving Register visitor /
a was a who Returning
..nriistie, They musti V YORK CITY 16.00 2. ,
complacency. I has been received from this study. spent several days this week in Iv. MIAMI . 10 00 AM 200AM
\t forward not to silly, coward- FOR MEMBER: BOARD PUBLIC OKiECHOBEE . 2:10 PM S.40AM
I Those who will get a certificate for Jacksonville where he went on
: hysteria which passes for patriu I' INSTRUCTIONS DISTRICT NO. 3:
business. .
' completion of this book are: Molly
< : vigor but to the stern knowl- Bowden Nettle Pearl Rlgsby. June T. H. NIX, Agent, STANDARD OIL SERVICE STATION

i .i.ue! that we can win this war only I I hereby announce that I am a
Estelle Sanderfur Leslie '
Cheshire, ,
!'ea'izlng! that it can be lost. Thec I I Candidate for re-election as a member
Cheshire Damon Walker. Clyde
if><:e we have been talking about of the Board of Public Instruc- btu
Durrance and David Hamrick.
J r "' become swift, hard reality I SEE'ULMER tlons from District No. 3 for Okee-
Tonight .> will meet at the
which assemble the chobee county in the May Primary
i i I.MOB I ,
church have a short devotion per-
ur ,.ith and savings of the rich, the | If re-elected as a member of this
i I lid. finish! the book and then adjourn -
,Airings of the masses, the brain EZELL board, I promise the people of the
to a home where with
and brawn of the worker the com- I i I county that I will continue to give
u"i Invited friends we will enjoy a
ts of the home-all fused Into ''i FOR them the same service in the future -
St. Patrick's social.
'tie solid instrument of war and I I as I have in the past.W. .

ictory. FOR RENT-Comfortable sleeping Electrical and Refrigeration J. THOMAS.Paid .

We cannot win the war next ( Political Adv.)
rooms. Modern conveniences.Rates Sales and
If lose it this .
par wt year.Chicago V e
I' reasonable. Mrs. Beau- ,

Sun. champ 81. Parrott Ave. 37-8 Service FOR :MEMBER: BOARD PUBLIC

V .

FOR RENT Large, nicely fur Subscribe For The New OKFECIIOCrE rLomD -
nished house. Mrs. Beauchamp

So. Parrott Ave. 38-37 $2.00 Per Year I take this opportunity to .n-




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.. *** I Ii Cleo certainly Is gay this week THE JUNIORS

Could Stanley's approaching furlough We're supposed to be a jolly lot

be connected with that in any of juniors and so we were whenwe

way? got our senior class rings abouta
'Cho bee
Bugler The graduation ring we men I semester in advance.Of .

tioned in this column two weeks course, a few seniors tried to

ago has ,been returned to its owner I I put 4 damper: on our spirits by opposing

It is not definitely known our wearing the rings beforei

FOE .A GREATER OK ECHOBEE HIGH SCHOOL whose idea this was, but we have :
u. _ our suspicions, of course. I who has r.t least 10 credits and Is
t I Speaking of class rings, you know i I at least It years old on June 5 has

.CHOBEE BUGLER STAFF I she would rather have me keep I have learned with much Interest the one Eva Nelle has been wearing every right to wear his or her class

mine." that the Okeechobee high school -Well, it has suddenly disap- | rind We Juniors Insist we've earned
(I .
EDITOR ..................-_........-........... WINIFRED CROUCH is to ,'
D. Brett "Do you want one of publish the local newspaper peared and she seems quite worried the right to wear these rings and
ASSISTANT EDITOR .. ........... ...... .. .
JUNE CHESHIRE my pictures?" I: on May 8, and hasten to send an about it, Could Philip have I' hope the seniors don't feel hurt because

bUSlNBSS MANAGER .. .. ............ ... ............... ALICE DONALDSON Mary Shuler-"No, my memory expression of my ,best wishes.! I something to do with this! ? I we haven't catered to theiri

SPORTS EDITOR ,.....}....'....?..... ............,.>.?.......... MARY McLAUGHLIN book Is full of trash now!l" hope that this project will serve as Why does Juanita van brunt i I wishes

CtASS EDITOR .,?..,....,?(.'...................i. ,.,...,..,........_. ._, LILLIAN LEITNER V a symbol of the increasing: interestof look forward to Saturday nights It seems that .we're always hav-

CLUB3 EDITOR ....... ... ....... .. ............4-w-:.. ESTELLE SANDERFUR TALENT OF CLASS OF '33 our young people In the prob- with such eagerness? : ing problems. Now that we've decided
"When The Earth's Last DishpanIs lems and welfare of their community What Is It that is so interesting to buy a defense bond and
-- Emptied" and state. I out on the football field that Ver- have a Junior-Senior banquet the
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(With apologies to Mr. Kipling) There is a powerful force represented I I I onlca Smith can hardly keep her girls have begun to raise the question -
SUBSCRIPTIONS I j la Tomllnson. by Mary Louise Zander j by the enthusUs-n, energy, eyes on the volley ball while playing whether it should be formal
The Theta Beta club has been V When the earth's last dishpan Is and idea'.lsm: of our youth. I don't I,, ? 1 or Informal. I understand this to

rather slow In canvassing the town \ SCRAP BOOK GEMS emptied, believe there has ever been :a time Virginia Parkerson Is a little mean "whether the girls are to wear

for' subscriptions to The Okeecho- '; From Paul Wongrey's High school And the dishrags are rinsed and when there were more challenging! :'\ worried over the romance between evening dresses or sport dresses."

bee News this week because of the scrap book we want to bring you a dried; problms to engage the efforts of Orville Anne nad Kenneth. I Frankly it's the only time of the

(bad weather, but now the weather series of "gems." Now, Paul was When the longest supper has end our citizens-young and old. We Who Is Bertha Mercer's present year we get to see the !:iris dolled

has cleared up you'll probably hear I In the class of '33 and that's not ed, see great visions of our state's heart Interest? Say, Bertha, are UP I ln( tit r lovely long lio.1lli

one of us knocking on your door I quite nine years ago, but you'll geta And the youngest chicken Is growth and prosperity, and It will I you fickle, or is it still the same gowns, and I think it'll be depriving

coon. : lot of fun from just short memo fried take faith and effort to make these I I I one? i the boys of a pleasure. We see themIn
Don't say "no" to us If you only ories. We shall rest, and, "gosh" we shall dreams a reality. There ore serious Why doesn't Donald Burk make. sport clothes every day In the

,give us a subscription for six Read this article members of the need It- national problems which must be up his mind? One day he prefers week.i .

months, because that means an asset class of '33 and laugh your sides Lie down for a week-end or two- 'solved in order that our country I I blondes and the next it's brunettes.If i Remember that old saying, 'Noth

to the school and a paper to sore- 'TIll the chief of all the dishwashers may be peaceful and prosperous I he doesn't hurry, one of them ing helps a gill's popularity so muchas

keep you posted with the local cur "Last Tuesday quite a few students I An eager interest on the part of | will make it up for him, 'cause theyI being easy on the eyes.' I believe

rent news. I of O.HJ3. became conceited.The Shall call us to work anew I our young people in civic affairs is .I both seem to have a mind and will that's true in Okeechobee.A .

V rooms were full of jabbering: a hopeful indication of their willingness .I of their own, and it seems thattheir Junior.

LITTLE RESPONSE 'let me see yours'; gee, that's good'; And those that were neat shall be to study state and national i I hearts are set on Don and ":":M:":" :";.':" :" :":" :":'.:":" :" :"

In the _school edition of The 'mine Is a blur, give me one of I. happy; i problems and help solve them. no one l'lse111 do. I
Okeechobee News last week we yours'; 'I want one of his'; Isn't They shall sit in a reed rocking Good luck to you, Okeechobee high Last week I heard that Juanita Gilbert Theatre
made a plea, asking that If you this one good-looking'?" chair; school students! Florida needs your was definitely off "Tiny" for life.

knew the address of any graduate Some of the following commentswere They shall turn on the electric current fine service and recognizes\ your He'as seen with Betty Mae after OKEECHOBEE

to please submit It to the Commercial heard in the high school hall. high worth to our state.Sincerely FFA and A O. club meeting last

department'of the high school, "Bunk, please give me one of your For the new-fangled dishwashers yours, Tuesday night a week ago. As far --
in order that a permanent record beautiful pictures." there. Ruth Bryan O..en.V as I know that still holds true.
can be made of all the graduates. Winnie M.-"No, I'll give you a Maybe Clyde will be interested in
The response to this request has good one sometime; my hair isn't They shall find real pleasure In Here's a little more humor: this. r.\Hell 12

not been good, and this Is a reminder combed in this one." dishwashing I. It's still a puzzle to me this --

I IWon't Wanda-"Leroy, give me a pic- j(I In summer, in winter, in fall; "IF I MERE A TEACHER'S PET" friendship between Perllee and Joe.
you please turn In this Information ture."" '!, They shall wash for hours at a sitting by "Tubble" OwensIf They Just seem to fight all the flU & SAT.

this week? We feel sure Leroy-"No, you Just want to make ] time I IThey Double Feature
that we ought to be able to make a fun of it and I think it's the best ; And never grow tired at all. I were a teacher's pet, I tell me Betty Barber's new

complete record of all graduates of I've ever had made. I'm going to -o- I know Just what I'd get; theme song is "Anchors Away," butI Program ,

.I Okeechobee high school. save it for my future wue." Their hands shall be white as a I'd make a hundred every day- still can't figure out why.
Too we'd like to make a correc Dora-"Tub, give me one of your lily That s what you get for being Gerald our senior Romeo, seemsto '-In-
tion. Mrs. Burr tells us the first pictures Just adore them." I Their nails as bright as a star; that way) be slipping.! He dldnt make the

graduation class of Okeechobee Tub-"Sorry, I am saving it for They shall cook whatever they care -0If "Bugler Box" this week except in "Sunset In Wyoming"GEORGE

high school was in 1920 find in Ann." (Here's hoping they don'tfrighten I for. I were a teacher's pet, :Jan indirect way about his ring. S\NDLRS:

1921 there was not a graduation Sonny) I And leave the pots as they are" I would probably never get Yeah. I really do sympathize with -In-

class. Then Inn '22 there was a Albert-"Louise, may I have one S To wash boards or sweep the floors A'.lce. Chester being called by "The Saint InPalm

class of four, and since that time of your pictures? You arc the CORRECTIONMore And wouldn't have to ask to eat Uncle Sam and she had to go and Springs"also

this class has Increased its number. flower of my heart." seriously we make a cor- apples cores I have the measles. She's been out

This year the candidates for Louise-"Here, Albert, take them rection avid give proof. We were -0- of school 'most three weeks. Sho' -
graduation have dropped In number all." I told that'e were the first newspaper If I were a teacher's pet, will be glad to see her back. 3 STOOGES" COMEDY
I know just what I'd do, I bet-
to the entire Just who did McLaughlin
but not in quality. From the Myrtle "Mary, please give me staff publish Mary
talent found In our senior class this one of your pictures edition of The Okeechobee News. I'd play hookey every day, and Evelyn Lee go to the Ft. Plerc" SUN. & MON

year we expect to see them all Mary Mac.-"Sorry, Myrt, I'll give I Although cannot find a copy of And she wouldn't have a thing to skating rink with Friday night? tR.\NCIIOr TONE -
this we submit to here say I Ccme on girls don't keep It a se-
reach high goals in future life. you a talking picture some day. paper you and CAROL BRl'CE"This
with a copy of a letter found inPaul's -nIf -- ...-.
Those who expect to graduatethis ( Feature Mary talking) cret.Cecilia -
year are as follows: Albert Dorothy D"Wilbur I surely do I scrap book. I I were a teacher's pet- just can't seem to makeup I Woman Is Mine"
:Berka, Leslie Cheshire. James want one of your pictures." Letter from Ruth Bryan Owen to I But I'm not-till jet; her mind. She gave Ted the -aLro-
I get all red marks every time, but he doesn't to
Crews, Gerald Leatherman, Connie Wilbur "Yes I know they are'prl'tty' the high school: run-about seem I
25 1931 Even when I make a rhyme! care. Now she's giving all her attention LA1E NEWS CARTOONWednesday
April I
Raulerson, J. O. Wolff, Arlene but I have had prettierones
Miss Dora Helen BaggottOkel'chobl'l' V to Nick. Arlene was sitting
Burke, Frances Collins, Winifred made. ,
THE TILTH' COLUMN pretty near them in the show the Only
Crouch, Alice Donaldson, Lavena Skinner "May, I have one of High School .
;: .., Okeechobee, Fla. other night and she kept awfully MARCH 11th .'"1
,..".. Harden, Evelyn Lee, Mary Me- yours?
March 6 1942Dear
busy wiping tears (cause the pic
Mary Louise "No, mother said My Dear Miss Baggott:
"Patch"Sugar tUI'e'as so sad, she said.) :But I'll

just tell you I have a different idea ON THE 'SCREEN
may be rationed, but dirt'scheapso

'lqllilillmmilmllillillllIiimllmlwllllllllilmlllllllllmlImm!! : ! { ! !!!! !!! llII!! !! !;II:1I11IIi: : li1IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII11I11i11II1IIiIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII! !! {! !1! { IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII'r. !! "Patch" I'm still dishing -bout Our those Marthas'tears.are so In loe that "Scattergood Pulls
-- it out in big hunks! I
they just won't give us anything Strings"Valuable
Last week the staff just couldn'tfind
-. --- to gossip about. Their subject Is Premiums Given Away!
column "Filth"column
a to publish my
.,luas; the same-David and Rus- Get jour tickets, to be eligible at
:: in. because they were tryIng -
Ft':' .. any Sinclair statlon.Everyone .
I r to make that paper a literary sell.I
almost forgot, but it's best wishes Invited.
masterpiece. Boy, I'm telling ,
you to Alta Lee, for on the :29th of I .
PRINT ------ ----
LET US if you haven't already read "The ,
Pfi Obesrvei' cclumn of last week's u-i." month she'll become the brideof ( o\l1\O\TTlUCTIOXS: :
j "Buddy" Seville. Ccngrats to
m:, paper-read It-and get acquainted "TIt"yIl't; In Bombay"
Buddy we :ihlnlc you'll have a swellwire.
with your newspaper staff, thanksto "Our Wife""Sergeant
Oble He really fixed us up I York' with Gary Coup-
Well 'nut said-and as I alwayssay
YOUR i. Talk about rationing sugar Well, er.
I 'Even a fish wouldn't get
i the government has sorta left that hid: if he'd keep tiff mouth ,.. .., .. .... .. ...
I school. Monday *':**; :'** : : : '>':' : ** : : : :* *
i responsibility to the shut." -

every student had to gvie their Yours- :":MM:":":":":'.:.,:..:..:'-M
i ORDER OF home-room teacher the name of the "Patchle".
I person who is head of the house in
VJt'NiOIt TheatreFORT
,. which he lives, and then the name
of each person eating at that home. : CLASS
I. Kinds. personal, huh? But that "The TradiUoii-Breakliij (,'1".8" PIERCE
Well, folks. the junior class has
wasn't the end of it. On TUl'sday'the _. .
-- -
teachers met and from 4:30: -received their senior rings. The
until worked seniors are 'hot In the collar" aboutit
6:30: o'clock-and they Today & Saturday
COMMIRCIAl completing a list of all the heads of because they didn't want us to
1Fa I families and the number In each v,ear them-they want to have all Double! Feature

family represented in the Okeechobee he glory I GEXfc: T1IRNEY: -
I public school. This calculation Mrs. Dixon was against it herself VICTOR M U'l'm111 :
I but she explained the situation andit
i showed that there were 203 individual -
= and was up to us. I don't believe
family heads represented "The Shanghai Gesture"also
during that there is any harm In It. We
1,427 mouths that want sugar -

;- tJif'-. little this information crisis period interested-not That's dirtbutI In justa it. but sarily paid we for mean are them students that and we It of doesn't are Okeechobeehigh seniors neces- 1IIRKE -MHSQl'ITEERSIn-: --

f t; P R I N TIN G _' thought You, know.you'd I m be kinds worriedI'm school. This was never done "West of Cimarron"

= wondering if it's because of the before. so'e started somethingnew. .

= defense program that Jean Lee and Sunday & MondayBETTY
In the class meeting Tuesday we
Gene are not seen together recently. CR.I3LEVICTOR
.. :. == But that couldn't be so 'cause planned to have the Junior-Senior M.tTt'REJACK
banquet en Friday April 17 1942.
Gene with Molly
tt was seen OAKIE
: :;, nights ago. We hope the seniors will enjoy; this
much. We have not decided
>. Say, here's some more news we very
_- I Just collected through the "Bugler yet what to do with the rest of our "Song of the Islands"IV

= money, but we ha/e had ma:1)' sujgestlons. TECHNICOLOR
Guarantee Our I Francis Whatever we do with it --- -
1 We Could It have been
-It wUl be for a noble cause.
: with &
: Knight whom we saw Haynes Tuesday \7ednesday
I the other We tried to explain to some of
Williams at the show WALLACE BEERVMAPJORIE
our dignified seniors that the reasonwe
I Say, Eva Louise, do you happento got our rings so early was because -In-- MAIN
and we wanted to avoid another
; Workmanship know a boy by the name of Hardy
.: Pope? 13 per cent tax, which the govern- 'THE BUGLE SOUNDS'Thursday
ment was about to fix on them, andthl'Y
J. T. Alderman! throws a big party
shipped them a month; before
every time a new girl comes to
Reasonable I town His latest one is in honor thl'y'ere supposed to.
of Jean Drawdy'a birthday, I believe .. I _- -
I '
I We have been asked to warn that
-i t1!
Meddlesome Lawrence Reeves to 'fOjZtlfeVObf4 m GEORGE

: leave Doris alone +Iry BRENTILONA. MASSEY

I What redheaded girl, who Is especially -In"Iniernational-
: 0.'IJ9
: good at volley ball seems
to have caught Johnny Jenkln's
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The Okeecliobee eye DON AMECIIEIn

Kenneth Ford wore Orvllle Anne'sskirt o,,.1ASLETS,SALYS.503t D0.oPS -
while skating last Sunday.
What's the idea, Kenneth? Are you "SWANFF RIVER"IN

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Y. >,o Frances Fedden attractive Bronxvllle, N. Y., artist's model, Is the 1941
Red Cross poster girl.Thousands of poster. like the. one pictured above i I
I have been distributed throughout the country calling attention to this ,
year's Roll Cal membership appeal. Painted by Bradshaw Crandall
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here she was called on account of '
V the death of her sister I Paper Prices
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financing the Defense Program through the sale of Defense Savings
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