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: November 13, 1942
Publication Date: -1992
Frequency: triweekly[<1989>-1992]
weekly[ former <1926-1945>]
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Newspapers -- Okeechobee County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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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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Volume 28-Number lil Okeechobee Florida, Friday, November, 13, 1942 Price Five Cents

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San Antonio Aviation Cadet Center -
Election Here All: retailers and dealers in fuel MEN IN SERVICEPvt.
i Tex.-(Special) With round-
ell and kerosene moo register at tickets to battle already
trip areas
November ThirdFollowing the local ration board office Mon- Lucked away in their pockets, future
ii Redin R. Kilpatrick
dui and Tuesday, Nov. 16th and i aircrew pilots left the San Antonio son of
I litAll\ consumers must register F) a /J Aviation Cadet Center pre flight the late Mr. and Mrs. D. R. Kil-
patrick of BaS
Is the official vote that I -. | school this week for primary flying lnger, has volunteered -
was cast In the general election wt the court house in the Commls- I 4Ir i schools in the Army Air Forces and is

held In this county Tuesday, November I- eioi.eis' Room Wednesday Thurs, II I Among the members of a delega- stationed at Keesler Field Miss.
3rd: clay and Friday, Nov. 18th 19th tion of forty-seven aviation cadets Redin has been living In Sneads
y for the 18 months but
For Representative In Congress, : .uiu 20th I t Rw from Florida one man from Okee- considered

from the State of Florida at Large, I I L. F Scnariacliwerd, I chobee was included: Aviation Cadet an Okeechobee o 0 0 county boy.

Lex Green received 279 votes. i I Chairman. j Frank R. Barber.Fourteen .
I We are In receipt of a notice from
For Representative In Congress, v ---V
the air school at San Antonio
4th Congressional District A. Pat I Tex
I in which they state that Frank
White I
Cannon received 275 votes. Bert Local Football
Barber has completed his basic
Leigh Acker received IS.
training and has been

Alto For Adams Justices received of the Supreme 288 votes CourtS H. Boys Defeated i, Men Will Leave i iI another training camp where In an he advanced Is undergoing -

L. (Tom) Sebring received 276 votes I

;1 y, Glenn For Railroad Terrell 260 Commissioners votes Jerry Belle Glade 6-0 I Sunday for Camp stags the air of service aviation o several.Frank 0 months enlisted ago.in

W. Carter received 296 votes Eu-
gene S. Matthews received 264. ___ i I I Private Jack Hendry has recently
For State Senator 33rd Senatorial By Porky Draughn i iAfOer Fourteen Okeechobee County completed a course in training as
a postponement of their white men will leave here Sunday a machine
District: N. Ray Carroll received | gun and has
game from vlast Friday night until >>n the one o'clock Seaboard train been transferred to Buckley Field,
273 votes !
For'Member of the House of Representatives Tuesday night the "Chobee Cat- for Camp Blanding where they will, Cola where he is an Instructor
tish" defeated the Belle Glade ,I enter the armed forces of the He writes that he is getting along
Wm J. Hendry received -
305 votes. "Golden Rams" 6-0 on the Pa II | United States. fine and that army life is not so
i Hokee football field. | j I Those leaving here Sunday are: bad after all.
For Members Board of County
V. S. rr-.ry ppu"w, Buster
The game was an Interesting one I Yeates o *
Commissioners, B. C. Swain received I
to watch. The teams were very evenly Reginald Raulerson Elliott Lott will leave next week
287 Ernest voles Hilllard C.\ F Walker 277, C.received E. Drawdy 277, matched. Both teams made "Wait! On second! thought you ought to mold a goodtoninlawl" Denver Johnson for Nashville, Tenn., where he will

about the same amount of yards Frank James Padgett take examinations preparatory to
2C3. R. E. Bass 275
rushing but the Catfish had bet- Robert Edward Lee
a entering the officers
For Members County Board off --- -- ........ -- ---- training school
--- ---- --- -- = James
Public Instruction W H. Harden .ttr passing attack than the Belle)) Alpha Ming Elliott has spent a part of his 30-

received 289 votes, W J. Thomas Glade boys, Gasoline Will Be CANNING fLORIDIEATS Don Ellis Willis day furlough here enjoying some
The Catfish score came FOR Tommy Wilson Carter
received 281 votes. ". on a pas. LOW COST MEALSrntMl fishing and visiting friends.
: from Watford to Paige The pass Henry Otis Chandler o 0 0

,' Proposed Confctitutlonal gaveled 15 yards in the air andi Refused All Who r.< ',s <,, hot ( ii \ni), Eddie Meiguel Robinson Maurice Fletcher, son of Mr. and
j Amendments oi.e took It on the 40 yard line Ihimo HiipiTt' IHOITurin SwurllyiltnlnlMlrHllon Noel Edward Arnold Mrs. R. p Fletcher of Pahokee,
No.1. referring to 2c gas tax and lau through a host of tacklers \ Mann Whidden has been promoted to the rank of

creating Board of Administration, 10 score. The try for the pjintas HaY Exlra Tires T.c: canning of meat has long James Roland Tyner first lieutenant In the Field Artillery -
conferring et powers a failure. i con proven to be of economic 1mIjortance. I Phillip Ray UnderbillCitizensViiliet and is stationed at present at

amendment 22 against. Belle Glade threatened to score' There are seasons in most ------V Camp Adair, Oregon While Maur-
No. 2, providing for speedy when Watford fumbled: a andIrene .nn homes when we have too great ice the from
punt 'Pa'senger car owners whose tire I went to army Palm
,p amendmendments to Constitution drove'' .in abundance of meat Caring for |
Glade recovered and Beach
f registration certificates show that I County he Is nevertheless
u by allowing submission at regular, down to the 5 yard line where the they stl'.l: o'\n more than five tires .its: meat by canning not only saves considered a local boy as he was
extra or special session of the legislature Catfish held them. it Jor the time being but makes It raised here and
"r PV nnj !have 'he'r aso'lne ratIon One Pound Coffee graduated from the
1 :! 90 votes for. 71 against The Catfish threatened to score books taken from them under possible to have fresh meat at a I Okeechobee High School.

,, No. 3, creating a Game and FreshWater again but were stopped when' fecle-al regulations when the new turnout's notice throughout the t 0

x Fish Department and conferring Uuck' Elledge fumbled the ball mileage rationing program goes in' year. I Every Five Weeks Word comes to us that Clyde
powers to make rules and chile being tackled and Belle Glade to effect November 22. Any motorist Canning of meat is an Insurance I i Christopher has completed his basic
regulations 71 votes for the amendment loss when
against the weather turns
recovered who does not dispose of his training as a flying cadet and has
102 against V cs before the November 15th suddenly warm at butchering time Rationing of coffee will] start on j been transferred to Ornard. Cal.,
;' No.4. providing/ for the election r deadline probably will have considerable U ,makes the Florida farmer independent November 29 after which one pound where he Is taking his next training -

{'r' or Circuit Judges; 157 for, 35 votes Only Big Circus r trouble obtaining a new of weather conditions and I every five weeks wil be allowed course In the aviation. eorp. .of

against. oil' .'1'l1e:1: tbf new. yrogan4'be.' 'J.U meat animals can be. slaugbtued' 1&er- person 'bverr'fifteeri year* "''ofig till I army. J;, V. .*, ,'..<-(,"Y::::".:.....,..' jw.-*..
!Te ,a" ..-.. rx: No.* &,i creating the,ConservationDepanmert : Will it comes effectve' Mr. Scharfschwerdt when hey have reached the I the government announced o. ''lI\I
to regulate salt water tn World BeAt I county rationing officer Bald nKt dejree of finish. Tuesday. Coffee has been scarce Malcom Smmona, ion'of MrS Eugenia -

fishing and taking salt water pro I "The rationing boards will have Home canning of meat means: and hard to get the' past three Simmons was accepted for

ducts, and granting authority to Miami 27-28', onslderatle work to do inaugurate 1. Fresh meat for the farm home weeks with the threat of rationing the United States Navy this week
make rules and regulations: 65 for, .ng the mileage rationing programand the whole year through at low cost. becoming a bugaboo at the recruiting station at Miami.

US against.No. \ will be unable to consider appeals iOj much cured meat Is considered This works out to slightly more 00.

6, census and apportionment frcm motorists who failed to unwholesome. than a cup a day and in house- Mr. and Mrs. Leo Oreenberger

creating Broward County as Senatorial road Four trains long silver-enameled streamlined In rail-red. ,urn in their extra tires until the 2. Variety is an essential of good holds where children of 15 or older received a telephone call yesterday

D.strlct and Calhoun and new system Is launched." diet. do not drink coffee the elders can afternoon from their son Teddy who
Gulf Counties as Senatorial District white and blue and carrying 1000 1i d.jp.se 01 extra t.res, all thata 3, Less over-eating at killing. It have the children's share as well enlisted In the army calvary two

: 51 for 77 against. people : 50 elephants: 1009 menagerie motorist has to do Is to turn is poor economy to eat too much at as their own. Of course childless weeks ago that he was being trans

No, 7, county and municipal governments animals and into hundreds of them over to the neatest Railway ...iilng time In order to save it. fomilies will suffer the most withno ferred from Camp Blanding and
this ter-
County Commissionersof horses are steaming j Express Agency. He will be givena 4. Choice cuts can be canned ( 15-year olds and older to benefit would leave .there yesterday after-
rtory. The Ringling Bros and Bar- Tne cuts that cannot be cured -
Dade County; 64 for 68 against. receipt from the express company irom. noon.
v No, 8, homestead exemption gar- num & Bailey Circus will exhibit which will be acceptable as proof ttaderloln. spareribs, liver heart, A pound every five weeks for o 0 0
In Miami November 27 28 offering
nishment of exemption to I I that the vie., make delicious canned products SOT. JIMMY II. BELK
wages bv the rationing board every person who was 15 or older
multitude of stunning novelty
the extent of 25' of salary wages t. when into -
4 created I I tires have been disposed 01. a sugar rationing went
and income; 44 for 115 against. producton spectacles by motorist has extra tires that are 5. Economy. Do not hold: over aflock effect last May will be the rule. Sgt. Belk has been In the army
great names of stage screen I I
No. 9. taxation of properly of cor- ;I not serviceable he may show that of chickens or other animals.or One thing the more-than one-cup one year and is stationed at Seattle -

porations where at least onefourthof allied arts. the II they have been turned In for scrap. table use during the year. Save I a day coffee drinker will appreciateIt Wash. He Is now spending a
and Mrs.
Mr Gargnntua
such property Is held and used will Under the Government's Idle me feed bill by canning when In will stll be possible to get a 21-day leave here in Belle Glade,
Great world famous gorillas
tor scientific municipal, the Government prime condition. Money saved is and upon his return to Washingtonwill
religious receive the In their Tire Purchase Plan cup of coffee In a restaurant regardless -
again public
educational literary fraternal or blue I will send a check directly to ...oney made. of how much Is used at receive a honorable discharge
poleless red. white and tent
charitable purposes: 38 votes for, the motorist for all tires collected 6. Readiness for emergencies. A home. Details of the rationing for Irom the army so that he may en

130 Lutes againstTREMENDOUS :Alfred trainer Court, will Internationally offer simultaneously acclaimed I(I through the Railway Express Agency variety of canned meats In pantry restaurants are still to be announced ter a government project at Key

.-- ----- three new mixed of i; Ceiling prices as determined means preparedness for Sunday but ,It probably will follow that West to do some Important dyna
groups 'I by' Government appraisers wll be dinner unexpected company. washday of restricting commercialusers mite work.-Belle Glade News
JOB AHEADFOR performing wild animals featuring and when the home maker Is' sugar __h_ -___._ __. ,-_
for all tires collected. of
POST OFFICE IN DELIVERY his revolving treadmill tigers. I paid 1 1ill to a certain percentage

OF XMAS: MAIL Among the 800 world famous artists I V or away. their former consumption.And The beans come mainly from Africa
The of the canned meats
the SPECIAL SERVICE HONORING quality those who care to substitute and Brazil.
in the performance are:
The Post Office Department now Wallendas high wire champions; i i SERVICE WEN 1 depends largely upon the condition tea. cocoa or other beverages for Tea also may be scarce. All stocksof
of the meat of the animal when It
Is starting the most gigantic task the three troupes of Flying Concellos i 1 coffee at certain meals can drinkall green tea which came from Japan -
In its history-the movement of a ; the Pilades acrobatic marvels; I The morning worship of the killed The animal that has received they wish. No rationing of these and China, have been frozen

deluge of Chrstmas parcels cards the De Ocas, Aerial sensationalists I I First Baptist Church Sunday mornIng ,I some feeding is superior to drinks Is being imposed, at least for for government purchase and none
and letters whle mantanlnj! the : Roberto de Vasconcellos will\ honor the members of t.iat of thin range animals. Likewise the present. is available to the public except

regular flow of millions of pieces of king of horsemen: Truzzl juggling church, who are In the military I proper methods of killing and Retail sales of coffee will be small quantities already packed in

mall dally to and from our armed wonder: the three Fernandez aerial I I service of their country. All mem- I cooling meat effect its quality andkCt'plni stopped at midnight Nov. 21 in containers of a quarter pound or

forces all over the world. troupes; Elly Ardelty flying trapEze bers are urged to be present especially power.Butchering preparation for the rationing starting smaller.
should be done when
Indications are that the volume star; La Louisa aerial thriller; '' the parents of these boys. at midnight Nov. 28. In that Only 40 percent of the 1941 con-
i of Christmas mail will be the larg- the Incredible Cristtanis, bareback The American Legion and Auxiliary the weather Is so cold that the interval grocers can stock their sumption of black tea is available

est on record. Already In September, riding headliners, and scores upon Is Invited to attend the service Ina dressed meat will become thoroug- shelves for the start of rationing. I as a result of a limitation Imposedlast

latest month for which figures are scores of others. body The Olrl Scouts and Boy ly chilled over night. Otherwise put The sugar ration book will be April designed to make a six-

available retail sales had reached ------ .- Scouts will have charge of the I !in cold storage. We have few nights used for coffee and no new registration I months supply put up In packagesof 0

a level second only to the record hampering transportation. Is beginning music. cold enough to cool meat thoroughly will be necessary. The a quarter pound or less. Some

month of December. 1941 according I A service flag bearing a star for By using cold storage butchering I last 10 stamps in the book will.be Imports still arrive but not in sufficient

to the Department of Commerce.And The free-mallng privilege grantedto the following men will be dedicated: can take place any month of the used for coffee. Because of the quantity to Indicate a liberalization -

sales are rising. Such heavy members of the armed forces has Marvin: Arrants R bt. MclaughlinWillis year position of these stamps. No. 27 of the sales quota.

purchases always presage heavy raised their mailings some 30 percent Earl Bond Elburn platt I would like to stress the Import- will be good for the first coffee Price Administrator Henderson1

mailings it is estimated. Expanston of Glenn Chandler Otis 1.. Pippin ance of cold storage or icing down ration, No. 28 for the second. No. attributed: the coffee situation

) If thousands of our soldiers sailors those forces also Is adding rapidlyto Jas. V. Couzart Dorsey Poole the meat over night. It Is safer and 25 for the third, No. 23 for the chiefly to excessive buying by panicky

marines and civilian friends are the postal burden. Leslie Cheshire S.L. Sanderfur Jr. the meat not only cuts easier butT fourth, 23 for the fifth, 24 for the housewives. ,

not to be disappointed at Christ- The deadlne already Is passed for J. C. Evans Garrett Swlndel much better advantage. sixth, and so on, working backwardto "There Is nj reason for anyoneto

mas time, the public must cooperateby mailing gifts to Army vjH;, !! Naval Claude Gardner J. D. Wilson It Is agreed that the quality and No. 19. run to the cornet grocer, put

mailing earlier than ever before personnel overseas with assurance Harvey Hamrick Edgar J. Wilson tenderness Is greatly Improved if The plan will involve no curtail- the squeeze on him and try to force

and by addressing letters and par- that the parcels will arrive by Wm. Humphries Marvin Wilson the meat is held at a temperature ment of sugar rations and new him to help a hoarder," he declaredin

cels properly. The best efforts of Christmas The New York post office Herbert Nix Enoch Walker I of 32 to 38 degrees F.. from two to books will be available when the a statement. "There is absolutelyno

the Post Office Department alone reports that in late October, Robert Nix Alton McMullen six days before using. Meat shouldbe sugar and coffee stamps are exhausted excuse for hoarding coffee at

cannot I
time difficulties faced by the postal daily in that office alone. CHURCH OF CHRIST SCIENTIST after removing from cold storage.I The sugar ration books were issued The ration program is designedto

system. The public must assist. The Post Office Department Is SUBJECT SUNDAY NOV. 15TII The person who cuts the meat for everyone from babies to reduce per capita consumptionto

About 25.000 experienced postal making strenuous efforts to avoid II- should understand meat cutting so grownups. But only books where 10.4 pounds a year. For 10

workers already have been taken by such a terrific Jam aa it faced In I "Mortals and Immortals" Is the as to prepare the cuts to best ad- the age of the user appears as 15 years before 1941 it was about 13

the war services. Arrangements are 1918 under similar conditions, dur- subject of the Lesson Sermon I i'I vantage for cooking and panning or older can be used to get coflee. pounds a year, Henderson reported

under way to add thousands of tem- Ing the first world war. It can succeed i! which will be read in churches of I I as the tenderness of meat can be While consumer rationing of but it jumped last year. to 18

porary personnel to postal staffs, In those efforts-and avoid Christ, Scientist, throughout the preserved by proper cutting coflee substitutes has not been 'imposed pounds an all-time high.

but the man power Is hard to find many heartaches for lu patronsIfthe i world on Sunday November IS.I Since it takes from two to nine shipping uncertainties affect V

and Is inexperienced. Facilities of public will cooperate by mailIng V hours to prepare and can a half or most of them and supplies on the Marguerite Bass returned to her

railroads and air Ines are', heavily early. I Albert Berka, who Is employed at whole animal at one time, the work grocers' shelves may be limited. home here the first of the week

taxed by movements of huge quantities I' V I| Kiddle-McKay air field at Clewia- should be systematized and planned Supplies of cocoa and powdered after spending last week with her

of war materials and person F. F. Burr I left this week for ton, arrived here Wednesday after- carefully and the work so divided chocolate are being cut to 60 per- brother H. T. Bass, Jr., who is In
net Extra trucks are almost Impossible West Palm Beach where he Is undergolng -''noon' and is spending several days that a number of persons can work cent of the 1940 consumption bya the officers training school at Fort

to obtain. Winter weather, medical treatment. here with hU family (Continued on Page Two) limitation of cocoa bean grinding Bennlng, Georgia


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I CANNING MEATS 1 proven yourself a master statesman Mrs Marlon North who has been though they never had been. Phil Ca cn, who has been In
(Continued from Page One) U against the toughest kind of odds. bee Tuesday and all make this her Real glory springs from thesllent, for the past several months returned
Published Every Friday by the together to advantage. Like a lot of other folks .I've ques- future home conquest of ourselves; without that to his home here this week. f. 4
Okeechobee News Co., at Okeecho- Cooking utensils of sufficient size tioned your actions time and time Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Bond left this the conqueror ia only the first slave. Mrs Lucile Hauck left Sunday for
bee. Okeechobee County, Florida. and number should be In readiness: again blamed you for your refusalto week for Winter Haven where theyare James Thomson. her home In Cincinnati after spend- it'
plenty of stove space-two or more break with Vichy, thought you spending several weeks with Word was received ,here this week .ng a week In Okeechobee with ,
BRYANT BOWDEN ...?. Editor stoves speed up the work. Canning stupid and blind. Now I know whatan !their daughter and family announcing the arrival of a seven rlends
equipment should be put In order- able and courageous man you Mrs. Clyde Christopher returnedto pound daughter born to Mr. and Mrs. Keathley Bowden, C. J.
Entered as second! class matter the sealer checked and adjusted for are and what a grand and glorioussap Okeechobee Sunday after spending Mrs. Robert Ming 'Jr., November Lovvorn, Kay and Paul Bowden,
July 1. 1914 at the Post Office In an air-tight seal If cans are to be I turned out to be. Now all the \ several days of last week in 6 at the Sunny South hospital at spent Sunday in Okeechobse.Jlewlston }
Okeechobee. Florida, under the used. world understands and appreciateswhat News.
Tampa visiting friends. New Smyrna. Private Ming, who
Act of March 8, 18'19.SUBSCRIPTION. The cans should be washed scalded the long thankless struggleyou Draw the curtain of night upon has been in the army since Feb Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Hamrick Sr.,
and stacked in a warm place to put up in the face of the bit njurles: shut them up in the !towerof ruary Is now stationed at Los of Okeechobee were visitors in i
RATE drain and keep warm. 75 to 85 No. terest kind of opposition really oblivion and let them be as California. Clewiston Friday.-Clewiston News. I
One year In advance ........ .... $2.00 3 tins will be needed for a beef means and how your actions paved Angeles
Six months In advance ............ 1.00 weighing around 300 pounds. More the way for the glorious achieve- .
Three months In advance ........ .'15 cans will be necessary If soup ment now progressing so favorablyin \
stock and stew are canned Jars Africa. I'm sorry and I apolo I
Advertising each bills month.are payable Parties on may be used successfully in placeof glze R K. i THE OLD JUDGE SAYS. .
the first
cans. United Nations General Staff, !
unknown to publishers required to ,
Hold one person responsible for Washington, D. C. Gentlemen: '
pay In advance. sorting and cooking. Others shouldbe Like a peanut eatln' fan at a ball'' lI

Reading notices In local columns, responsible for slicing, for cans; park I've been slttln' in the bleachers '

10 cents a line. Rates for display! seasoning, and packing in tins; exhausting tellln' you how to play the game 4d, ,
advertising furnished on applica- when necessary :sealing howlln' for you to take this guy out !
tion. Classified advertising, 2 cents and labeling for identification. One or put that one In, screamln' for a
each word per Insertion. All Items I person should start the processing, pinch hitter and a home run, flgur- / I
regarding enterprises conducted for watch the cooking keep time remove In' you cockeyed brass hats didn't flT' ,
profit are chargeable at rdvertlslngrates. I tins from cooker test for know what the score was or what
I leaks and cool. Enough help should Inning we were playln'. When Mr.
- -----.--... .. always be on hand. WlUkle intimated that you guys -Th: .
PLEDGE TO THE FLAG"I I' Important I A steam pressure needed proddin' I slapped him on
pledge allegiance to the Flag cooker Is necessary for absolute the back and said "You tell 'em t r I
of the t'nltcd States of America success and safety In the canning brother". When the Japs and Huns 'IL { .
and to the Republic for which It of meat, fish and fowl. This Is the pushed us around I started soundln' ,
stands: One nation Indivisible method advocated by !the U. S. D. off like a stngln' teakettle. When a "
with liberty and Justice for all." A. as the safest and most satisfactory you wouldn't talk and blabber all .
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method known. you knew, I made up the answers ( ;
Political AnnouncementsFQR In addition. It is recommendedthat myself and they were all bad. Now .,
__ tin and not glass be used for gentlemen I am humbled in the ,5:

containers, processing and handlingIs dust. I'm ashamed and my little ,,
CITY CLERK J much faster and easier with tin face Is plenty red. This Sunday
I but due to the shortage of tin glass morning November 8, 1942, I appre-
I wish to announce that I am a I Jars can be used satisfactorily In ciate more than ever what the Mas-

candidate for reelection to the fact many canners prefer the use ter was drlvln' at when he cried in ..
office of City Clerk In the city election of glass jars.Material anguish. "Oh ye of little faith". .. I
to be held on December 1. I for this article was taken When I try to grasp what has real-
have served as your City Clerk from an article written by Isa- ly happened the amazing achieve-
during.the past two years and haveat belle S. Thursby state extension ment that saw the movement of '
all times' tried to give the people economist in food conservation hundreds of thousands of men with ;:

of the City of Okeechobee efficient Next week we will discuss the arms and equipment, over vast areasof ',
and faithful service and on general directions for canning all submarine infested waters when i;+ .
that record I will appreciate the meats. Is It best to brown the meat I consider the hours days weeks I
vote and support of the voters at before packing it Into the contain and months of careful preparationand I / .'
the polls on December 1st.ALMA ers. and how long should the meat planning, and realize that all
GROSS. be cooked under pressure? These this was done so efficiently and effectively
---V questions will be answered next that until the hour of attack r
FOR MAYORI arrived had kept the secret -
week V and Insured you its success, I think I "Judge, would you mind tellin' Charlie here during our 13 years of prohibition. What

wish to announce that I am a I can understand what you have what you told me the other night walkin' you really vote for is whether liquor is going
candidate for reelection to the office Major Oil Company has contributed to the cause of humanity home from lodge. I can't word it just the to be sold legally or illtially..whether the 1/

of Mayor of the City of Okee- the most Modern Service and democracy and I salute way you did." community is going to get needed taxes for ,

chobee In the City Election to be Station in Okeechobeethat you At last you have given us of "Sure thing, Tim. Here's what I told him schools hospitals, and the like, or whether
held December 1st. If I am elected they will lease rent small minds and little understandIng Charlie. There's no such thing as votin' a this money is going to go to gangsters and :
I will continue to give the peopleof \ your answer, not In idle words nation, a state, a county, or even a combootleggers.. That's the answer, boys. .
the City of Okeechobee the same Free to the right party. but in the heroic deeds of fighting i munity dry. We had proof enough of that simple as A-B-C."

faithful service In the future as I Good location on through Rangers and Marines of seasoned i)
have In the past block Paratroops-of belching Naval guns t[
Highway just one
H. H. RAULERSON.V and roaring dive bombers that unite Coyyr.,M,1942, Confnina of Altolt /ic B..".,. Imtuitnn, Im. N. r. Co
from main business sec- .
--V their might n a grand symphony ",
:MEMBER: CITY COUNCIL tion ideal for a truck Sta- of Vctory. You are vindicated. and i iI "

tion. Other business per- am ashamed, but proud-oh so .
I take this opportunity to an AMERICAN ,
proud-that I am an
niunce that I am a candidate for mitted along with the gas- I' R. K. dir .
reelection to the office of City oline and oil. A real op'I --v-- 'f.'. ..
Council in the election to be held I' '
and Mrs. Z. K. Williams announce \
portunity. The station is ,I Mr. ;,
December 1st. If I am elected I
', the arrival of a seven anda
shall continue to give the peopleof equipped with two full I'I half pound girl at their home

Okeechobee my whole hearted tile rest rooms. Apply to here Sunday.
efforts in trying to improve the
Okeechobee News. i -o--
affairs of the city. --v-- Mrs Clyde Christopher will leave .

W. R. PAGE.V ......;..;..;..;..;..;..;..;..;..;..;..;......;......;..;..;..;..;..;......... I Tuesday for Phoenix Arizona, after 1cA
-- Too Late To I spending several weeks here with
I her parents: Dr. and Mrs. B. E. itt5'K
Alsobrook. Mrs. Christopher has
I wish to announce that I am a'' llr HI "...::11. MlA just completed a six weeks courseIn
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candidate for reelection as a mem- Girl Scout work at the Columbia '! K> 4 11r
ber of the City Council for the lot has been said and written University and goes to Phoenix asa '
City of Okeechobee in the city elec- about writing letters to the men at' Scout Executive..xoritt. I'
tion to be held December 1st. I the front and it is Impressed upon I r
have served the people of this city us how Important it Is to make : ;: I .
Niiiiii \I. heU'h.v itivi'U, tliiil lln Ki'if
during the past two years to the such letters cheerful and encourag- l.tiiilliui Il best of my ability and If I am reelected ing. l I"'l. ..'...rlIII. Will III' ,lll>11.',1 lit:, till, .
Kith ilm' ur'nr.'Illbrr: .\. J.). 1I4.! ,mil
I will continue to serve you But It seems to me that there Is nil |,..r'o.iMH iliMlrliiir ti, tot, hi tin, I a T* meat flee demands ef warsI lm. revel
in the same manner In the futureas one Important front that we have tF"'0"r.l" City .::1"11(Inn tu lie Mil!,/ ,Ui r t- + Florida Meter lines has extend is.
i inigt ii iiI ni. I"-.'.'IIII"r, .\. fl 1
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I have in the in te the need
past.S. negleced this respect: the "home"front mill' vim lmvi> 1101 rl'ltl.tpr t, inn) I s tmott. We roar *eeperatlen -
R. RAIFSNIDERV There are a lot of fellows r"III.to'r >it the "fl1,'"' nf HIM I'll.v\ '1.1, z / r 1 I as goed (pertt-end good American
V putting up a tough and courageous ill' I lu' Cltv (Hull In I Iii, City of okv te keep ettentlal trentportetlee
linlii'i','. Kliirlihi. liHni'Hii the tiiilll'l oi'
(COUNCILMAN fight on this particular front, and *:IHI.\ \i I, mill .l.illl: I I'. JI. i'iir 1 Ii 1 wivkitnr .4 gr _/i en the meve. Your response leas bee fee.
while some may have written them until. and InrliiilliiK Hit Jiith ilntnf I -
:NmviiiliiT, .t. I'1. I1MJ nhi'ii inlii, \
I take this opportunity to announce letters, not many have been very ,In,,k Hlitill lie limi'd
that I will be a candidatefor encouraging. I .\l.liUdsl. city I'll 1 rk I
City of Iki'ii luiliec.. .ri.ril| ">,
reelection as a member of the I am Just as guilty as the next I 'II'''I I
City Council for the next two years guy In this respect and so I'veI
and If elected I will continue to decided to direct some "open" letters '. YOUR TIRES NEEDRECAPPING I

!serve. the people of Okeechobee to to a few of the "home front ORVULCANIZING ,
he very best of my ability boys" In this column and try and'
J. M. ROE. make up for my past neglect. Here I ?
V gees: I '
FOIL :MEMBER CITY COUNCILIn Mr. Leon Henderson, OPA-Dear -Qo to your local Rationing Board \
Lean: : I don't know whether you 'and secure a certificate. Then

announcing to the people of have considered rationing CROWor i have your tires recapped by HOW YOU CAN HELP YOURSELF ''I
Okeechobee that I am a candidate not. but If you haven't maybe Humphries at Fort Pierce a firm I .
for reelection as a member of the you better start thlnkin' about It. with eight years experience the
City Council I wish to say that If for it looks to me like a heck of a best of equipment and a reputation AND YOUR COUNTRY I 1
reelected to serve you for another lot v'uld have to be eaten In this for square dealing, who un- .
two years I will continue to give country. I've got some comln' to 'hesitatingly stands behind every- 4-. i

jau: my best efforts as a part of me and am passin' my plate herewith ) thing they sell. S Travel
on Tuesdays Wednesdays Thursdays leaving "
I i A large stock of all sizes rubber
sour city government. I will appreciate . R. K,
your vote. I Mr. Franklin D. Roosevelt: Commander now on hand and we can usually week-ends for men in uniform and war worker who can' .

O L. RAULERSON. in-Chief Dear Franklin: re ._-V--- Like a lot of other folks, I was are received. If you have a tire' .JI .._M..1,. -.. ... i< "!.?'M ,
!i ? .
H)MEMBER: : ('ITCOX'IL gettln' downright worried about or tractor tire with a cut or break
you I was afraid you were lettin' bring to us for our Inspection. Take as little baggage as possible. Travel light only ; .

I hereby announce that I am a politics Interfere with the war effort Chances are we can vulcanize the one suitcase is best. Experienced travelers always find it *"".
candidate for reelection as a mem- get tin' hooked with bum steers tire and make it give satisfactory '
ber of the City Council at the from bureaucratic bunglers and sen'ice. Don't throw your tire or more convenient. .

election to be held on December thlnkin' too much about the fireside tube away until you have had us

1st. I will appreciate your vote and Instead of the ringside Now I know examine it. I I. Don't take unnecessary trips. Today essential travel
support! and if elected I will con how wrong I was and what a whaleof We carry one of the largest new ,
; taxes the facilities and equipment of all carriers.
tire stocks on the East coast. Callus I
tinue to serve you in the future as a Job you have been doing. keep-
I have done for the past two years. In' your chin up and your mind when you need a tire quickly. ,I

I. N McMULLEN. I clear in the face of rabid criticism Large stock tractor tires and tubes. Traveling by bus, It's good to know you're using only ; .
and Impossible( demands. You might Ship your tires to us by truck line
.. want a fraction as much rubber, parts, and gasoline mile, as
I, have been Justified in turning on If you to save gasoline and per
Mrs. P. B. Abney- returned to I the rabble at your heels and giving time.One 1 in driving your own car. Save your car for "in-town" us*. \
Okeechobee Monday after spending them a healthy mouthful and now of the largest stocks seat
eleven months with her husband II we all know there was plenty you covers on East coast, Every color i i T. II. MX Arentfi5iiTh
lu Panama. She Is with Mr. and I could have said but you kept mum fully bound with beautiful leather 41'I,,,. "II r- ... ....I.,.. .
Mrs. J. A. Abney. i i and went on about your business Installed free.Complete Phone 108 OKEECIIOBEEI .
-o- knowing that In good time your position stock of Prestollte Bat- iett r
Mrs Earl Bond and little daughter would be justified. But It teries.
returned to Okeechobee Tuesday takes:' a good man to do that and HUMPHRIES: TIRE & I MOTOR I! .

from Ralford N. C., and will my hat's oft to you. R. K.Mr. RETREADING CO. .
make this their home until Mr Oordcll Hull, Secretary of Phone 139 South Dixie Highway

Bond returns from the army. + 1 State. Dear Cordell: You have FT. PIERCE, FLA. I.rp '





, \ Mary Swain and Mildred Phelps If one lives rightly, every effortto

have to get Vernon Wright and hurt one will only help that one;

Purple and Gold News Don Sellers to help them with their for God will give the ability to

lessons during first period Why? overcome whatever tends to Impede

Do they get the best work, girls? progress.-Mary Baker Eddy

Gas ration's not so bad 'cause,,,,
"FOR A GREATER OKEECHOBEE HIGH SCHOOL" Ya' uster ride 'round at night

Now ya' park an'V hold 'er tight Gilbert Theatre


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STAFF work than you do in your work and TilE PARROT SCOUTS Domer keeps the notes flying to of Girl Scouts

Editor In Chief.. .. .Molly Bowden school? I'm sure we could not lick I ELECT OFFICERSThe Wanda Prescott in English class The Gator Troop afternoon in the I F1UDAY & SATURDAY

1 Assistant Editor......Sllvanua Harden the Japs. SURPRISE PARTY: Last Thursday met Thursday ,
formal opening
After a
Business Manager .... Eva Nelle Hall Okeechobee High School is your parrot troop met Tuesday night, Mollie Boettger was given Scout room. session was held at GENE AUTRY

Sports Reporter..Weldon Draughon school, just as the United States Is afternoon at four o'clock. The meetIng a surprise party in honor of her a short business decided that the In
(' time it was
Class Reporter June Cheshire our country. Let's live in it. Make was called to order by the patrol 14th birthday. It was lots of fun and which
at 7 P. M.
I Club Reporter Estelle Sanderfur it a happier, more attractive school leader. Those present were Jo they had gobs to eat. Everyone troop would meet "STARDUST ON THE

Social Reporters: Harry P. Green- Little things mean a great deal I I I Ann patrol leader, Susan scribe. hated to leave when the time came Thursday. Christmas SAGE"
berger Phyla Cason.Miscellaneous For instance suppose the soldiers'!, Polly Gay, treasurer, Mary Alberta. Those attending were: Mollie! ; Idell; The troop is wrappings. ,

Reporters and TypIsts stood In line for Flag Salute like ,1 chaplain, Ernestine program chair' Alvyna; Sarah; Mary; Joe; Harry cards and made Christmas from the sale of AND -

: Katheryn Sweatt, Bertha we do? What a disgraceful lack man Mary, Carol, Connie Barbara Paul; Ellis; Laurens, Dozier; John I The money cards will be used to LUCILLE BALL & JAMES CRAIG
Mercer, Perllee Hunt Jack: Coker, of Interest this would be on the and Nancy. ny; Nancy; and Jack. Christmas

Joe Underhill, Sylvia Snell, Marie part of the soldier. So it is on the '1 We discussed about our Armistice 1 Have you seen the cute pictureIn I register the troop. In"VALLEY

Walker, Betty Mae Thomas, Oveda part of the student, 'I program for the Civic Club to be the back of Gene F.'s notebook? i I Those present were: Idell Alice Tomlin-Han OF THE

Boromel Jean Lee Raulerson, Zel- Suppose a soldier dropped paperor given Nov. 10 Election of officers it. HU real heart throb Is Jo Ann son Peggy Chandler SUN"
I I cock Ada Jane Cason Wanda Prescott
da Johnson, Martha Walker Flor- other discarded material Just was held as follows; I I i I Berka. I

rle Jordan, Alvena Smith, Marlon anywhere on the campus of an army Patrol leader: Ernestine Hunt I II I| It's not half bad spotting air and--V Miss FInger Alto: Late News

Martin camp? He would surely receive a Scribe: Mary Alberta Louthan. planes if you have J. P. Parkerson CartoonSUNDAY

military reprimand.In I Treasurer: Polly Greenberger. with yoU- is it Betty Sue? SCRAPBOOKThis

TEACHERS WONDERhow every military camp In our Reporter: Jo Ann. 1 At last, McKlnster has admitted see
land they publish a weekly newspaper Chaplain: Susan I It's of Esther and Frances in bathIng year we want to have
the children of the presentwill if they took no more Inter Program Chairman: Connie. suits. I thought it was Mildred complete scrapbook not a last minute & MONDAY

think of their parents in the est than we do in ours, do you Sargent at Arms: Mary Howell. Morgan he liked. I one. So if every student I BETTE DAVIS

future. Some parents are very obI think they'd have one long? !i No further business The meeting It's getting to be an everyday ;( teacher willing, we want to start I OLIVIA DeHALILLANDin

stinate. They never yield; they never Every military camp has an athletic I was closed Oh yes, vle're going sight to see Edward Alderman with gathering material now. If you

change; they are always right; program. Would this be possible camping soon and will tell you all Mildred Phelps. i I have a snapshot of Interest to high

teachers are seldom right, but most if the Individual soldiers did about it next week Is it Alvyna or her dancing that school students, bring it to Miss "THIS IS OURLIFE"

often In error with the child. The not back it up? Joann Berka, Reporter Ellis likes so much? Finger. The enthusiasm and Inter-

child Is always right in whateverhe Every mlllltary camp has a Band I V I Betty Jane's new fellow Is Bob est of every student is necessary In

does. and Olee Club Could this be possible t j TIIETA BETA CLUB NEWS Alderman She ought to go with J, order to make this book one to be withDENNIS
Some day your child and mine if the soldiers were not inter. I T. 'cause then he'd give her a proud of. We don't mind doing the

will turn upon us and devour us, ested? I party. <: hard work, but you must bring In MORGANAlso
i :Marion :Martin, Reporter
because of our failures.,-failures You well I can't interested Guess what! Perllle and the material
say, just get The second meeting of the Theta "Porky"were : Pathe News
to correct,-failures to advise and May I ask this one question \ Beta Club was held Tuesday night out together Sunday along -Theta Beta Club. The Song of Mctory
admonish.-failures to live and act ? Have been interestedin with Sylvia and Damon. Bobby --V
you ever I Nov 3, at 8:00: o'clock in Miss Fin I
dally as we should. Some of us anything you did not know some ger's home room. The meeting was and Jaunell ought to get together I[ If any speak ill of thee, fly hometo
would tremble I
knew If our daughters thing about or put something Into -I colled to order by Sllvanua Harding, don't you think? thy own conscience and examine Coming :
of our dally : If our sons ? president First \ve decided where Watch out, Haynes, Ada Jane is thine heart If thou art guilty, it

knew how dads of today are living.In Let's learn by doing. Get busy our meetings will be held. On November out to catch you. It's good for is a just correction; if not guilty The :Man Mho Came lo Dinner

many Incidents children will become interested In your compkte I' 17 the club will be entertained you that we dont have a "Sadie it Is a fair Instl'uctln.-George Her- Flying Tigers
not The school
belleves thata
obey school and to be Hawkins Day" here. I
program grow an Oveda vice bert,
by Boromle president Gay Sisters
will child be obedient taught obedience at school at home Child all-round American citizen. ; of the club. We plan to meetat We know that Clyde had a date I, .. ---- -_. .. .-. .- -
; a
y--- Friday night but why Is he so sly '
the school house once a month. NO I UK
taught courtesy and politeness at about it? is OkiwrhiilireiHint\. Flotilla .
Til. Who she, Clyde? {
YOU The in --------- ---
second the month
home will seldom If ever display June 1" \",'pllIl", I a. 1043.
unbelievable rudeness and lack of 'will be held at some member's was certainly pleaded to Nnllri In lnTohclvon Hint pnrmiiinttii
Nov. 1, 1942. i home "We chose for our club motto: have Jerry home last week-end. She I iivlliin () or 'humor' 1SH!) Laws
courteous training at school. i doesnt or I'lul'Mil. Axle VIST.:: known In the
The O. H. S, Football Team. "For Better American Citizens". only write nice letters but Muriihvit. the fiillimlnit ilem-rlbrd\ BICYCLESWe
Have thought what it
", .U, you means Hello Boys, The dub colors, red and white; the is good company-so Jerry thinks. linn) In f1|>,*" 'h..ho.| | Comity. Kloricln,
to have a child out of class for no I { Now that in the 1 will') 'hiiifft'1,1 for Riil)1 nt public out-
reasonable excuse? It costs this Congratulations on your succossei. flower a carnation. We decided to Teddy's Army rr\ for the 1llIh"8'' mill l>'i-it mail Mil have a large stock of
q Keep up the good work. carryon our club meetings with Nettie Pearl is dating on unknown Kiililnrt" In the right of the nintwi\
county real money every" 'day a Just heard this past week of I'I friend. Is he from Clewlston? of the Internal Improvement Fund, to both the New Victory
child Is out of school. Yet last your paillmentary procedure. Oveda Bo. ipji'i't Hiiy and all hide. at the Court
e had | triumph over Fort Pierce In my romle. Marion Martin and Estelle' Kathryn Sweatt certainly does Ilnim,. nl 1A.. M. on tin' 17th iliiiir Bicycles and regular models
month we an average of almost miss Gerald but the letters l>i" emlipr. I'M. Kiim-nii-nl fur mail
opinion that In itself makes I come
twenty each school day. In many your I Sandeuur were appointed as the rlulil nf MIIV.' JIHI IVi't "lile will hervni'iioil Go to local rationing -
1 Instances the cQiild absent could season successful. It is a fact that, I committee to see about getting aturkey in regularly from U S. Army, She from tiny pnrcel I Ihrouirbnhlih your
in the past, the best Okeechobee'could ''' says she'll be true until he comesmarchini' there" In nu i-xlmlnir Slate Hum) board, secure a
to raffle oft
I give little more reason than that I 1 I for Thanks- I Lull :1. 4 nod .1, Illk J. $...,II"'I'II
produce failed to accomp1sh.I home. 1 certificate and will be
ills mother needed him at home. I giving In an effort to get money ; l'IIt". \IIIII..n. we
I only regret that I couldn't be to begin our Scrapbook with, Phyllis was lonely because Connie "HI''Tn OK Tin: 1":11"\" : fill needs.
molt could glad
pesume parents say present. I'I didn't come home this week IMI'lemKMKM1 .'(Ml UK Till, : your
that, and speak truthfully, but Is --VI SI'\IK ".' ri.iiunnHOY .
it Wishing for you the best of luck DOPEY DOIX'S end. In fact she dldn'e get to school K. ItAI'II\OS.' ALSO BICYCLE REPAIRING,
necessary for you to keep him at 'I
the remainder of the season. Monday Agent/ Trusted I. I. Fund. \INTING, LARGE STOCK
home? You not robbingthe I .
r are only I I "Idve'hehr 'uetdt I"I.rtdaTAC
how A True O. H. S, FanTSi't. By I. Reely Dolittle Margaret Upthegrove came to 1------------ .____ _._ PARTS
count!, materially you are |
Ray Bass school Monday for the first time
e robbing YOUr child. I II How's everything and what chai tEED
this year and Jack: Wolff was HUMPHRIESTIRE
Hg 430 C. A. Bn. (AA) very Law of IBM:
If a child is out of school five know? I just got back from pic- Interested. Jack don't rob the I Nut Ire In hi-n-liv given' Shot Tom
days In a month we do not give Camp. Davis, N. C.SCHOOL I tule-show. Who'd I see? Why Lil I,,1"00n.. hulilir of Too Ct-rtlDi'ute* Nil. & RETREADING
V.. cradle JIMIT, 'ixKiii'd the and day of H"I>temher
Pr r grades for that time period.. Neither lian Walk andHl'nle'''' Jack Duke seems to have fallen I I A. I). 102': ;. Mil sled HDle In luy of COMPANYSouth
do laborers for twenty POLICE I Wonder who Mary Lou and Cleo i ace Dm mad application for 'Tai
you pay your ,
I Into the habit of standing In the I .
lined to he laminrt thereon Said Cer
n 1 days If they work only fifteen days. : I meet at the school house every Dixie Highway Phone 139
1 hall and talking to Betty Mae between tlllonto pmlirsrci the following de
When your child is out a few days i! The Seventh Grade Is putting on night and where do they get their classes. I wrllmil ,property In the County ot
Okeerhnhee. Slate nf Plorlila towltI.ota : Ft. PierceIMFORTMl
i a campaign of yard cleaning and oranges
Interest in classes 1* reduced,
I 1, 2 and 3. Itle'k K. Wright
Yau know a few months
soon your child will not want to : bathroom cleaning. They called ] Molly Bowden really goes for sail- ago It HUM, Miliitlvlalim.
policemen to that Is Iris and Donald were going together 'I'hn nan'nanient of rid property under
cpme back to school at all. Soon i see no paper or suits, specially if Leslie Chesh-
cold fertlfl'nt Issued ID tbe
but Harris has between was
r "
his age group will be soar: .advan thrown on the grounds. They are ire sinn. He dated her when he J ninne, of 1'nknown.
making and them In I them. What's the matter Donald? I I Inlexi hold Certlflrate shall he reili'imi'il .
ced that your child will Be embarrassed posters placing was here. I take back what I slid .
Has he got something you ain't? ai'ioiillng to lair property deicrllied jR"livp ft
other :
", in the grade with much the bathrooms and places. i. about his being true to Betty and 'therein ahall he sold to tbe MG of -
smaller children,-then out he goes. Not only the Seventh Grade must Molly's being 'true to a soldier.] I'll WhO is that boy from Sebring lilgheat Milder at the Coiirtbouae door erg .. J1'C
see that no it thrown on the bet Leslie's 1 that Clara Addison is crazy about? nil the Brut Monday In the month ofUrruthrr
Will you not send your children paper got a girl In every port. I'll.1\' nhlili" In tin' 7lb I del(
r REGULARLY? I grounds and no writing on the walls Everyone has been wondering If Is it a soldier? "I't "INWUlhl-r, 1042.
I but the whole school :must help because | "Fr has Dnti'tl this llllb ilin nf Oi lolier, l')4JI.OY X666u0NDTA5LBIS
-- -- -- this school belongs to every "Dude" Watford's being so anxious "Punk". Is it 'cause of Billy Good- Clerk Circuit( Court of

# Vioce of the Student I IJ. pupil in our school. to work at the canning plant I I win? iflti'iilt, 'unrt Okeecbohee Seal) County Florida 'I II ,sAVi,NOS? es0eHFS /

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We've not had much reaction to

SD our we is newspaper interested guess not article hi even us.the of However last community week., we i j II Jr 1nA; ?: 17 r"'IIME SiAI FUR

will not give up. : ;

1 Last planned weekend for there us to was do.not Here's anything JjvjJj //J .

'\ some of the things we saw. A groupof
girls! and boys on the high school

steps, nothing to do. Each individ
d ual a ship without a rudder A EVERY AIERIii HOUSEWIFE

I, group of high school students Just

r hanging out at the All-night Cafe d

A group of high school students
still on the street at midnight. Nota

single] group with any wholesome
entertainment '
; If we had a place to go some
thing to do then we could grow socially / #'I
I I 1.' In a wholesome way. /
REBElS I'td)
F Hear our plea and answer

Itt "I "We Want a Recreation Room", Ir i

r,I r:. STUDENT-GOVERNMENT: FOR YOU I Remember, aodunf Jxxild be wined if we M winUM ,

Some of you have the wrong Idea ;i I ww' If you .havt jai wi iieede! appluac at home, 1

i as to what student government will I jM i ibe. whys. s Ice r |O w fork where. k it aiiliJf Or, rf

Of course it will be made up of Wbea. yow,electrical rttuicxneol. t gar into mch eoodntnei ytw need in tffKmn to replant om ik._ ia worn ow,
; student body officers and a student' abet t beyond fepear' fa daKover Her dafnkyl I.-' yaw Ofirwrnuurjf MiecuMil. ,b11 mTODAY)
.. council elected by the students. The purduunf new aqutpoKM here 01./.rary war

] organization will elect a faculty ad' rime KM atom yot your .... .lar thai equipmentwo CAUTIONBeige

, visor who will help direct the functions pribap. saw (.... You'd welcom dW opporia coking any armnemeim for 1M nee ol addi-

r of such an organization There -y w (at aha neciioy apphl.r. .odtootr, n my rout heavy duty ekeinc tquirw"B: <'
and water 'hoten, winch addmcmdhcililict urns'WI
lay tttfxn
will not be an honor system direct ,. ......... oM war donOr ., cemmh w..h lie.

ed by students but by teachers: only ptrKipi then mJ be es! jreiar haver idle decuicaovJiaiMo
that the officers of this t
in order .
I I woedi you w IMMV Med and yet whjcataa
from 1 I S I
I organization will be protected .
.ae W .peat a* wish helpiiif lamcone eke whew .prey
I unnecessary slander. ifaoMOA N11 A' ,lhYarI1 .T
k ;
oea eoaipeMM biyiaid repaer. w real taaa aawjuaa. .
However, this group will have
\ / h
I new plea bet. been oVviiaAht
charge of beautifying the s lens P
grounds and school building. We pair .laaaole .. al yo .has.( lo do ia a* wet aefHonda

. w sponsor school socials and functions. 1 Power Ie Lia>( Compan sacs and. nyuee iWaiaiari

Will sponsor chapel programs and w s yw w.. H buy, leg or rda as' i it M Mill M !AJM 11 yeN

I make it their sole PUI'PO'Q".to make .. -,.,-: lar yow lo VIM our "ite. .ply.laV ow FLOBIOAAAAAA, rOWEl ( LIUT CttttPAfn emu

Okeechobee High School one to be I I' w coupon ..10.1-TODAY DlllGI'CIIT _

proud of, 5. That inloraaoHdel will. W erred I. ... ;...- ii;:;;- tar ;-
e' I .. .
\ ears' t. ax auriaonacd dealer who. ---- ant:-- -- .-'...--

.. WHAT'S THE MATTER w /14, rye .. Iior ,_ reor"r__ I. o.- ..._-,;;-
The student body of Okeechobee : I .._""" ..._...GoOII.r____
rr. School lacks Interest, enthusl' 'L 47r aavi you Tha> offer dgaa nar /t ._ ....__ '. "'- _
i High t. '' pie you ;in any way whaoiever. r.110. _,_ ,.., ..... e.wae Tr. ..
tr, asm, and pep. Why? : ;,: fV : 4 ''s'4 1 wa (IeA M1wl Ys'._ w..e Is'
5 Suppose the armed C9Jces 01 Mi S wwpw.wM.Msaaw.r..
country, these men who have sacrli .. .... ,.
h -.. . N-: --
't-- Rt ",1 'Sl. 'ea ... ..- _..__ .
\> fired all the Individual .freedom Jp* .-... 'w,11': f a -- .
1n",1n their : .... I..l..i.Li: __ .i... _..;__ 1
ng us, showed no more

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HONOR OF Private J, Murl Dalgneau son of I Private William R Vanbrunt, Private Jack Paige son of Mr. Private Phillip Simmons son of 1 I Advertisement
ROLL Legal
Mr, and Mrs. F. E. Dalgneau of Coast Artillery stationed at Miami and Mrs. S C, Paige of Okeechobee Mr. and Mrs. Carl Simmons of Ft. j
Basslnger stationed with Medical Beach Florida. Entered Army in stationed with the United States Drum stationed with the United -

MEN' IN SERVICEEDITOR'S Detachment at Fort Bennlng Gas July 1941. Army in Australia. Entered service States Army at Camp Livingston 1 I I OHI>FK Fou l'lm.l' \TIO-r:
Entered service In March 1941. in1'
in December 1941. Louisiana, Entered the army Tn Condor (won Ilimkln :
1 Pivate Wilford Sloan son of Mr. July 1942 I npii-iirliiii| In KWfirn hill of ininP'nlnl .
I flh-d In IIH| | Court where !I
NOTE-We are very Corporal Watson D'Agostlna, son and Mrs Bethel Sloan of Okeecho Private First Class Lawrence I'niilltiinimkln, IK piiiiipliilmiiif, nnd!
anxious to have the name and address of Mr and Mrs. Joe D'Agostina of bee with Communication Regiment
of each boy from Okeechobee I Okeechobee in United States Armyat United States Army Air Corps Orlando
County who Is in the service of his Camp Stewart Oa. Entered Florida Entered service in :Hulon Walker, Mrs. Vernon Light- chobee stationed at Moore Field d..r"1' 'nnil alum- tIP, IIITP. of Iwpnty
country in order that this list may service in June 1942 February 1942 ''I isey, and Tom Godwin of Okeecho- 1 Mission, Texas. Entered service in nor tin rare HUM' :non 1I.-I.rptilili'iit Mu'n-fon, riMnlniit II.I.pd, Cnn lint

be complete, If YOU have not already ISOPrivate I !bee with field Artillery at Fort ''February 1942. 'ilor Oiii-p Bnsklu hinnil IIP In In-mliy

turned in the names of all Paul D'Agos'lna' son of Quentin R. Sellers son of Mr. Sill Oklahoma. Entered service in I I. ri pliilhl'>iiilrpil| Bled In, aiippur III milil in rune the mil on of or Com hi

of your relatives who are In the | Mr and Mrs. Joe D'Agostina of and Mrs. E. O Sellers of Okeecho- June 1941. I Sergeant Julian Morrison son of fun tin. Unit. HIM In |ii>u>iiiln>r 104i

Army Navy or Marines please doi I Okeechobee in United States Army bee with Army Air Force stationedat o Mrs. W H. Russell of Okeechobee (skid hula (Ii"...,,1\iilli'irntlonN' hplnir, Hiif-inhrr of until 7thnlliprttliip hill..

so at once so that our list will be'I l at Camp Picket Va Entered Service Kessler Field Miss. Entered Lloyd C. Llghtsey son of Mr and I stationed at Fort Bennlng Oa. He Mill) l h|, Ilk, n UN lonfpHKiil In. mid
complete. '' In June 1942 service in July 1942. Mrs. Van Llghtsey of Okeechobee, I enlisted In the United States Army .' il" fondant, 1.
It IK fiirthi-r. nrdi-rpil,
I' I fliul HIK| order
I stationed at Norfolk Va., with the In the summer of 1940 I i In1 |'iiil 'Mn'd linn n tti-ik for four
Sergeant Lawrence Arrlngton j, Private First Class George Reich- R. L. Sanderfur n" son of Mrs. United States Navy in the Signal I I iiKMMitlvii? ttPi'kN In I ho okiH-f'hnl>i>eNpttn

son of C. C. Arrington of Okeechobee -'! ert son of Henry H. Reichert of Crela Sanderfur of Okeechobee Corps. Entered the Navy in April Albert Smith. U. S. S. Kclauea, ,: ii mid'w.I.IIIII"' utiitp| ,piiMUhi'd In xnl'linuiitv

In the Infantry with the United Okeechobee, stationed with the Infantry stationed at the Naval Air Stationat 1942. somewhere on the Atlantic. Son of 1.d"1, | | thin, 4th ilnv, of Nnvi'inliprI'M. .
at Fort Bennlng Georgia Opaloka Fla. Enlisted in ISO Smith of .'.
States Army stationed at Fort the Mr. and Mrs Ashberry I|, IWII HAft:IIOS.I .
Jackson. S, C. Enlisted in Army In Entered the Army In March 1941. United States Navy in December I Private Merrill Hardy nephew of Okeechobee. Enlisted in the Navy i j I Clnrfc I'lriMilt Court
January 1941 III 1940. Mrs. Chas Hardy of East Okee April 16. 1942. II I.I 20.-II I Bi' Xnphronla 1'i-niM' 1). ('

Staff Sergeant Robert E. McLaughlin 1 chobee In United States Army entered y

Corporal K R. Anderson, son Jr., son of Mrs R. E. Apprentice Seaman Howard service in February 1942. Fred Smith in Service School at I NOTKflf .
kn.. iKihw Count '. Florida,
of Alva Anderson of Upthegrove McLaughlin of Okeechobee stationed Drawdy son of Mr. and Mrs C. E. 01 Norfolk, Virginia. Son of Mr and \"u-n.l.nr' 1. 11I 2.'IlTIf'P. .i
Beach Motor Transport Division with Medical Detachment Letterman I Drawdy of Okeechobee, Naval Vernon M. King son of Mr. and Mrs. Ashberry Smith of Okeechobee \ IX IIFTtFBV: nJ\'FS. That

United States Marines stationed Hospital San Francisco, I Training School Chicago Ill Entered Mrs. W. J. King of East Okeecho- I I j Entered service April 16, 1942. nr-iiiiiiit I ns ,of tn rinrMiiot Wiii'tlnn \I .of of(liillitor 11(3 l( ?. known 1X.1M1I
at Georgetown British Oulena. California Entered the United service In May 1942. bee In Gun Crew aboard ship In I im i ij the MI'KI'IIV ACT the r"lIowlllll
States Army In February 1941 the United States Navy. Entered I d.) MMIM| liind In Okv"><'hohn<' County
Enlisted In the Marine Corps in j I Private Pete Leitner, somewhere riorldn x'lll hionVrpil, fur M.I.II|
September 1937. i Sergeant Oscar B. McKee, son of service in March 1942. overseas with Infantry. Son of i.. imMli, ontiri' for the hlirhmt 41111! lio.l
II i I Corporal Earl W. Raiford son of Mrs. H. C. Long of Okeechobee, I III : Mr. and Mrs. C. A. leitner of Okee-'rush, Md" "iiMi'd to thp right of th.
I | Trnitii K 'r tin liiti-riml Imiirnvi<''''
Boatswain's Mate First Class Rex Mrs Susie Raiford of this city with the Engineers Shore Regiment Sergeant Major Douglas Casselsof chobee. Entered service January fund, to alert nin nnd 1 nil bids" if
Anderson, son of Mrs. Lizzie Anderson stationed with the United States somewhere in Great Brltlan He Okeechobee stationed with I 9, 1942. 'I the Court 11011.10It 10 A. V on the

of Frostproof, and brotherof .iiniy Air Coips at Dale Mabry entered the service In September Headquarters Squadron 11th Replacement lush for road itn" nf Hirht Fippntn1 of win KM";>IH1 fiM Ktixpinpnl: >t wilt

Alva Anderson of Upthegrove Field, Tallahassee. Fla Enlistedin I 1940. Depot of General MacArthur's Sergeant Huey Glenn Watford | hpI rrsrynd from nay i iii-l)
I "olllh'hh'h than In ."I ltlnifnll
nn i
Beach stationed with the United December 1941. 1 1 forces in Australia. Entered radio operator at Fort Bran, North i Xfnto lloml
States Navy at Key West. Florida. I Alton R. McMullen, son of Mr. the Army In December 1941 Carolina. Son of Mr. and Mrs. W. j 1 Tot I nnd 1 rt'oik I. r<'nr' .
Entered service in May 1942 Charles Raymond Harden son of I and Mrs I. N. McMullen of Oke T. Watford. Enlisted October 29 j' ill..lllMoli" ';' nf' Iw of.. 21 Part Tw of. Nw''t 5T. ;Hi'ofSII'li
the late Jesse F Harden of Okee- j I phobee Chief Radio Operator with Corporal Albion F. Harden, son 1840 I ;ISt p

Marvin Ervin Arrants son of chobee In the United States Navy i the United States Navy at Pensa- I of Mr. and Mrs. C. D. Harden of I J Tot 'I I to II/ Ini11 old 12 till
I V M'rirM| A. HiinS'lMIt liilnii
Mr. and Mrs C W. Arrants of aboard the U. S S O'Bannon. He I cola. He entered the Navy in July Okeechobee with the Marines Private First Class Herman K.I( TRI'STERS! O J4' THE INTERVALTMI'vnVFMnN
West Palm Beach but former residents entered the service In October 1930 aboard the U S. Battleship Wyoming Watford radio operator at Fort ; 'r piI, OK TUB

of Okeechobee, stationed with 1941. I| somewhere in the Atlantic. Bennlng Georgia. Son of Mr and I' nor RTVTF It. tt.1t'LIItsON W riomruBt : \iri i'" i
the United States Navy at Newport I eI i Elburn Platt son of Mr. and Mrs En'ered service in June 1940.1 ( Mrs. W. T. Watford. Enlisted TniNtii-K( ., I I Ptind okiiilii, ?,
R. I. .j I Private C. E Kllpatrick son of1 1 J. C. Platt of this city, aboard the I,Ii October 29, 1940.( I ('nsu)y rinrldii. .
-- -- -- ------- -- ----
o he late Mr. and Mrs D. R. KU.j 1, U. S. S Rosevllle somewhere on the :i .
| patrick of Basslnger. stationed with Pacific Private James B. Smith of l1IIF 'fIUTIT ('01 liT OF TILE':
Sergeant Jimmie Belk son of I son Sergeant John H. Walker son MVrll .IIIIKIU. ( IKCIIT' Ot
Mrs Delma Belk of Okeechobee the Parachute Infantry at Fort 1 Mr. and Mrs. S Smith of Oeecho- of Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Walker HOKUM. IV "MI roil OklF-

in Artillery at Seattle Wash Entered Bragg N C Entered service in.I Enoch Walker son of Mr. and bee with United States Marines at Jr., mechanic In ground crew ( IIHI'IOl" > (IMMMM.NTl : \' M. "
service in December 1941. i January 1942.Thllmore i( Mrs Hulon Walker of Okeechobee Pails Island S. C., in Medical l Iin the United States Army Air JOAN II. WIl1T I''I"I': i IPlnhrttn' \
*, i I I now Submarinei Corps Entered service In March t
I serving with the i :, Corps stationed somewhere in Aus- ,..
Corporal Ray Bass son of Mrs Sloan son of Mr. and i Forces somewhere in the Pacific 1942 I I I tralla Enlisted In Army in October I W'M I II\\) \\' '''' '' ''''. I
Mrs Bethel Sloan of Okeechobee. o I' rn>r,.iHiiinf
Angle Bass of Okeechobee. in Coast He enlisted in the United States 1940. I
Artillery stationed at Camp Davis ;i with the United States Navy at I Navy in May 1937. Corporal Robert Durwood Llght 'I T\TF fll'IIt't; or, TO,Finuim U'I'tII: TO

N, C Enlisted in the service In I Norfolk Va., Entered: service inApril i 0 sey son of Mr and Mrs. R. T. Monroe Rogers, son of Mr and I I""F.1 "IW \'IMT
January 1942, i> 1942 j Private Woodrow Walker young- Llghtsey of Okeechobee with the !Mrs J, R Rogers of Okeechobee ATIT Hli Stri-i't rFnrrl.l.V:. ; |i: .
05 I 1 1 est son of Mr. and Mrs. J, Ht: Army Tank Division somewhere In I stationed with the United States IT i Is HFiiriM nltDFREJIht

Vernon L. Burke son of Mr and Private Cecil Johnson foremen of 1 Walker Sr, of Okeechobee. now Great Britlan Entered service in Army in Texas. Entered service in "Hi on(.i.lulu.iinr I r "Hi<"JIII.. | 104...,.. lii-foro to niuiiMir the' nh"?\',p u,,

Mrs J. W. Burke of Okeechobee, Parker Brothers ranch before entering serving at the Induction Station at April 1941. 1 July 1942Pilvate cniltliil Court to (HIP Bill of c'.11
service, with Tech School 1 1 Inlnt, fur. dlt',",,,>, niffl Ill-nil against
Seaman Second Class at Naval Air Camp Standing Starke Fla. En- '
Station, Jacksonville Entered service Squadron at Lowry Field Colo tered the United States Army In Lieut. Wilda Llghtsey daughterof I Henry Prescott son of I I ion (In Iki'i'i HIP'h"I"w.ilium1'iilltli'il; 's In him-lii ruin"n. ,111,1 b"i itlip

in summer of 1941. Entered service In May 1942. ]II' May 1942. Mr. and Mrs. Monroe Llghtsey i Mrs Martha Prescott of Bassinger Itfiintpit 11M tin- wnpiipcr, In tthl'h,
1 I Ii I thlK Onli, shun InpuldlsliPd 'nunarh ',
formerly of this but
0 0 i I city now residents I stationed with Infantry at Fort week for four loimifiillip' tipokk
Matthew Leroy Bass, colored son i Private Theodore Sloan son of Private Robert C. White son of of Lakeland, United StatesArmy I Sill Oklahoma. Entered service in nihirtklw tinBill, ,,f Coniphilnt, will

of Leroy Bass and wife of Okee Mr. and Mrs Bethel Sloan of: : Mr. and Mrs M. E. White of Okee- nurse stationed in Austialla. April 1942. I IIItflkPII AMOfxs:IIN IflflflKMI-d nit hand I 111 mid toll,. s nl "f
chobee, with the United States ) Okeechobee with the United States i ': chobee stationed with the United IIIAndrew I 'flip I hiS ,h.- .1th 1 dmof. .Nm.'inlipr

Army In Australia. He entered the, Army Air Corps at Denver Colorado -1 States Army in California. He Private Curtis R. Johnson son of I J. Potter son of W. E 111!".'"KtiI I! it.ti't.FItsoN: .

Army in May 1941. II I Entered service In October entered the Army in March 1942. Mrs. Nancy J. Johnson of Okeechobee | Potter of Okeechobee aboard theI (.Iprk nf HIP Above CourtBt ,

I 11941. stationed with the Army I, U S. Battleship Washington. En- ("Ironlt, Wophroiiln mart Seal Pease) I). C.

Wayne O Burke, son of Mr. and |i. j John Relchert son of Henry H. Camp Gordon Georgia. Enteredservice :( listed In November 1941 Anhlf- 11. Morris
Sirs J. WI Burke of Okeechobee Private Virgil Sutton son of Mrs. I Relchert of Okeechobee stationed In June 1941. 0 Utorm-v. for !'IIIIIIIIIY'. Sn 4t

Apprentice Seaman in the TJnlted I Claudle Sutton of Okeechobee sta- I I j I with the Coast Guard'In Maryland I Lawrence Sellers son of Mr and

States Navy at Norfolk Virginia tioned with the United States Army Entered the service In June 1942. Private William R. Johnson, sonof Mrs. E O Sellers of Okeechobee. t tI PRO( I.TIn'
Entered service In May 1942. somewhere in the Pacific. He en- I I Mrs. Nancy J. Johnson of Okee I\ aboard the U. S. S. Arkansas. En- the Wl1EItF.II.1,1..i\txlon .-, and hv vlrtnp of
pr< of HIP dinner
listed in the Army in March 1941 Staff Sergeant Jake Relchert son chobee located with the Army at I tered service In June 1941. 1 Pin. of dknpihoh Florida, It |I. I the the
Captain Ward Baggott son of I of Henry H. Reichert of Okeechobee Fort McClelland Alabama. Entered : diitt of (HIP( Mi< 'ir to 'prorlnlm and

Mr. and Mrs. F. H. Bagjott of Private John Beacham Hauler- stationed ft 1th the United service in July 1942. \ Private Ernest E Raiford son of tint inll and non",11 In tipinnumr Cltt F'lithinii: ),prn\ldtit at thf hv

Panama City, Florida, but former son son of Mr and Mrs. T J. States Marines somewhere in the 1 Mrs. Susie Raiford of this city mil Fl I l 'lt.t 'hiiPt.T.

residents of Okeephobee, in Army Raulerson of Okeechobee, with L Pacific Entered the service in Corporal Wilbur Lanler son o f t I stationed with the 14th Repair nniikrion:Nti\V. IHHRFPOltr Minor: :of the; Cltv I. nf II Okmfliidui' H.

Air Corps. Entered service In sum Army Parachute Division stationed I 1931. I Mr. and Mrs. Ira Lanier of East: Squadron. United States Army Klurldn do hpn-ht 11111'1.11
t I and, I'F'IIIIE\< thnt
at Fort Bennlng Oa. Entered Okeechobee In Armored Force a IFNFIUI
mer of 1940. ; .1 Air Corps, Duncan Field San Antonio CITV FUU'llov: hv thp duly. quail
1 In January 1942. I| First Class Machinist Eugene M. Tank Division stationed at Fort Texas. Enlisted December'jflid i i-lopi-ni' nf Hi,' Cltv of nki <
Private First Class Earl Bond' I j Hall son of Mr and Mrs. Reese Knox, Kentucky Enlisted in. June,, l 1941, iHiilil, ) l'in I I.,durliiir. IP",III nt tin tin rpunlnr. ,(Itt hoiirn lln'l ,"Ii if

son of Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Bond of I I Private First Class Elliott Lot i iI I Upthegrove of Utopia, stationed 1941. 0I 'I 'It'' i i' from., nil ..I..k. .\

Okeechobee, in Field Artillery, now ,I) son of Mr. and Mrs E. H Lott of: i I' with the United States Coast Ouard I Private Elzle God"!In, son of W. j I'r M,I iinill I. I'M.1 xiiiiinu' for tiniiiirpom.uti lip-ilut,. of I'">iin
on maneuvers in South Carolina St. Augustine in Coast Artillery I, at Mobile, Alabama. Entered the Private Clarence Lanler, son o f: E Godwin of Upthegrove Beach, tin follottlnv nfllcru to mm. im tin'h
Entered service in August 1940 I somewhere in the Atlantic war I service in September 1939 Mr. and Mrs. Ira Lanler of East; with the Infantry stationed all' for tinttto tPiirn 'irlnnlnir on the

zone. Entered service in October Okeechobee, now in General Hos, I Camp Pickett, Va. Entered service ':! flrgt, nnlil Mujilat thilr|In KiipipimorN.laniiary' .\liavi I>'. 1 11)41nnd >,., ,,

J. P. Brooks, grandson of Mr. !' 1941 i iI Staff Sergeant Ralph Ming son pital, Charleston South Carolina I in June 1942 duly eUrtrd' and iiiialllli-d' "
"I 1 1 ''of Mrs. Ida 1 I I. Minor,,
andMrs J. F. Bond of Okeechobee i Ming of Okeechobee 2 rill flirkI
in the U. S. Navy at Norfolk, Va. 1 Private James Clark Hancock, in stationed at Camp Croft Spartens- Private James Johnson, colored I Private Julian Hodges son of :I Flip City" ('''"'Iliiicn

Entered service in July 1942 I I United States Army Air Corps at i berg S. C. He entered the Army son of Sam Johnson and wife of Mr and Mrs Hodges of Indian- hpri-iintfi IN \VITNF'Sot niv*hand\VIIFltrOr an Motor: I of,I .the it'"

Keebler Field Miss. Entered ser- I July 1940.Private( Okeechobee with Army Military I town United States Army Engineers Cltv; of Okwchnbiv, Flnrlila anilranwd

Candidate Henry T. Bass, ion of I.'I vice in July 1942.. I II Police stationed at Edge wood, Md. Fort Belvoir Va, Entered service l I" ho, hPrpfn thp rnrpnrulp nfAxi-d 1. sod seal the of mild game tit nl( )
I Ii
Mr. and Mrs H T. Bass of Okee- Robert Ming son of Mrs Entered Army in April 1942. in April 1942 tonti'd bv; thp ('II,. Clark' this tlNl da \
chobee, stationed with the officers i i I Hospital Apprentice First Class I Ida Ming of Okeechobee now stai 1 I nl I Ilitohir" .\ II, 1'HJ: :
t II. H. lt.tt'I.I1tsfN I .
training school at Fort Bennlng '', Marvin L. Wilson son of Mr. and ,i iI 'I' tioned with the Infantry in Los Private First Class Claude V. I Sergeant Carl Stello son of Mr. Mayor nf the City of
Georgia. Entered army in April i I Mrs. E. J. Wilson of Okeechobee I Angeles California. He entered the Gardner son of Mrs. Z. E Harmonof and Mrs. K E. Stello of Okeecho Okeppliolipp, Florida
1942. I Medical Corps United States Naval ,, Army in February 1942. Okeechobee In United States bee United States Army Air Corps flit nl1 OI-tH-rholipp Sinl) City Clerk
I! Air Station, Jacksonville Fla Entered I I Army Medical Corps at Fort Ben I Geiger Field Spokane, Wash Enlisted Novfl-D,.. 4

Fred Borome, son of Mr. and the Navy In June 1941. Jimmie Finger, son of Mr. and nlng Georgia. Entered service in in Army in January 1942. I --- ---- -

Mrs. R. Borome, Sound Operator l I Mrs. G C. Finger of Fort Myers March 1941. I IV Tilt CIKdIT (OCRT OF Tiff!
Third Class. Now stationed at'I!' Private First Class Howard Ren- but former residents of Okeechobee H. H. (Sparky) Osteen, son of MVTII .HDKMI. ('Illn IT OrTIIR

Brooklyn. New York, on a new nls Padgett eon of Mr. and Mrs. Stationed with United States Navy I Private Rodothy Howard colored, |. Mr. and Mrs H. H. Osteen now of I \ > KOI KTtTK OhFrrilOHrF OF flOKIIM('OtVTMOKI1M. IVM '-,
r minesweeper and sub chaser. Enlisted j B K. Padgett of Okeechobee stationed at Norfolk, Va. son of Bell Collier of Okeechobee, Fort Pierce but former residents of >> |> ( lltMlKAsi'fxx'tp '
in. the Navy In May 1942. | with the Signal Corps of '. In Army stationed at Shwachnea Okeechobee with the United States novniNon:'' '' op r. THE,noiMsn.STATE: )I

the United States Army at Key Private First Class R. B. Jerrell Ariz. Entered service in May 1942. Air Corps Foster Field Texas. Entered OP vrnrttrM. J. M, LEE: i

Private James W, Conerly, son of I Field Merridlan Miss. Entered son of Mrs T. M. Jerrell of Okee service in August 1941. 'O\II'Titf1Lan.T, OF sunSTXTE OV. 1<

Mrs J, W. Conerly Miami formerly service in January 1942. chobee, stationed with pursuit Sergeant Billie Stratton, son of t THF A ftJF.lSo'"A; SAID l

of Okeechobee, stationed with Group at Murac Bombing Field at Mr. and Mrs. Nat Stratton of Utopia C. A. Mathews, grandson of Mr STATE T. 1'0WATlOS.GENERAL: OF". tATTOKNEY I

the United States Army in Iceland. I Granvllle N. Wilson son of Mr. Murac California. Entered serviceIn with United States Army In and Mrs. J. F. Bond of Okeechobee, SUI 8T\TP. and NATHAN ) "
He entered service in August 1941. and Mrs. E J Wilson of Okeecho February 1942. India Entered service in October in the U, S. Navy. Entered ser r.\\0. COMMISSIONER' OFAflRIrl'LTl'RF <

I, bee, Seaman second class In United 1941. vice in July 1941. w\TE| ': .. soul op oniitltiitln SAID )(

Private First Class LeRoy Chandler States Navy aboard U. S. S. North Private Rufus O. Jerrell, son of the TniSTFFX. I OF TUB 1"1 1 ITFTtNAt.

son of Mr and Mrs Perry Carolina. Entered service In December Mrs. T. M. Jerrell of Okeechobee Monroe Hobbs son of Mr. and Private Herman Henry Holliday FiND or IMPTtOVEME THE HTVTE OF" )(
Chandler of Bassinger, stationed 1941. with Field Artillery at Camp Chaf- Mrs. A. J. Hobbs of Okeechobee, colored United States Army Hospital -1 FLORIDA (

with the Medical Corps at Camp I III fee, Arkansas. Entered service in stationed with the Coast Artillery Corps stationed at Camp'' rinlntlfn-vs.- )(

Murphy Hobe Sound Fla., Entered Private First Class Edgar J. Wilson March 1942 on the Pacific Coast. Entered ser- Blanding. Entered service In Aug T it nrvNFNr> )
service in January 1942. I son of Mr and Mrs. E. J. Wilson vice In March 1941. ust 1942. Allen!: FV\NF Defendants! : his. wife ()

1 1 I of Okeechobee United States Private Norris L. Jerrell son of i (.n.f No. MlOTHF

Pharmacist Mate 3rd class R. Marine Corps stationed somewherein Mrs. T. M. Jerrell of Okeechobee Private Walter Nix Gray Jr., son Private Bill Humphrey son or \ IX OF'TI:1I3i1" IIFII: F.IIH'F.S' SLE.NOTICE that 1
Coleman son of Dr. and Mrs. P'I the Pacific. Enlisted more than with the Medical Detachment stationed of Mr. and Mrs. W. N. Gray Sr. Mrs Dora Humphrey of Okeecho- 1 miilpr, and, hr rlrtup of that certain
T. Coleman United States Naval two years ago. at Fort Oglethorpe Georgia. of Okeechobee, with the Technical bee with Medical Detachment ati| Anal dense '''','Int",. entered, In thin f

Hospital, Brooklyn, N. y Entered I Entered service in January 1941. Training School of the Army Air I Camp Rucker Ala. Entered the i will PatiKp. hpti the ppn nndi'the'rNluiH-d legal dopitul hnnri of innntpr until

service in June 1942. Private Jack Hendry son of Mr. Force, Port Field Oulfport Miss. Army in June 1942. I I on the 7th. flnv of Di-ri-rnhpr. A. F), t

and Mrs. J. J. Hendry of Lake Private Matthew Won,ey, son of Entered service August 20, 1942. i ,of 1'JI.) the liffon rmititt. the rnurthoUNe S'i'ilhi'rn At front OkPifhnIIPP door 4

Private James V. Cousart son of Placid and brother of Representative John Wongrey of Okeechobee In I Boatswain's Mate Second Class Flnrldii' nffpr for stile soul sill to
the late Jas. B. Cousart and Mrs. the United States Private Lester W. Harold HIP, hlirhPNt and bust Imldpr fur rash
Bill Hendry; of Okeechobee In Army Gunnery Hllllard son W. Wilkerson, son of Mr. the follotilnir, dis'rlhpd proiiprtv, lo ;
Marlon V. Cousart of Okeechobee the Air Corps at Denver Colorado. School at Panama City Fla. of Mr. and Mrs. C. W Hilliard of and Mrs. R. H. Singletary of Ok- 1 rutted mid xltnnti' In Okppi..hnhm Conn. 4

stationed with Medical Corps at Entered service July 1, 1942, 1 Okeechobee with Medical Detach- eechobee, aboard the U. S. Battleship 1 11. From Florliln the: Tlanooi inpnndpr rnr* 4

Camp McCoy Miss. Enlisted In the III Sergeant Purmel Hargraves son ment at Drew Field Tampa Fla. Nevada stationed somewhere I nor on East lino of Si-ctlon 5.Tounchlp M
Army In I April 1942. Private Paul Wongrey son of of County Supervisor of Registration Entered the army in August 1942. in the Pacific. Entered the United is South Unnffo .11: F.njton .
South KIP Mi-Tendon Point
'II John Wongrey of Okeechobee, with and Mrs. Hargraves of this IIIPrivate States Navy in April 1937. I run Wont nn And, nlnn. Hnncooknipnndir : ?
Corporal David Cass l, Jr.
W Technical School of United States city. United States Army Air David Lee Raulerson, son I HnP AIIO\ feet to point( of
son of Mr. and Mrs. D W. Casselof 'lipiiVmlnir. Tlipnrn N'ofth 0 lipvrppx -
Army Air Corps at Kessler Field Corps Spence Field Moultrle Oa. of Mrs. Mllledge Raulerson of 10' Wi-nt. 4S.11 fpvt Went
Okeechobee stationed with the II
Miss. Entered service In April Enlisted December 2, 1942. Promoted Okeechob'ee. Stationed with, the I :tut: feet, South 0 di-irrppi 10' Fn tBA8R
United States Army Air Corps at ( : feet to tlnnf-ock nipnnd
1942. to rank of sergeant July 1st. United States Army, Camp Rob- r Hnp, Thpipp nnnth 01 ilcrrwg 00' s
Oa. Okee
Savannah Enlisted from
III inson Arkansas. Entered servicein East WM feet East XU1 feet In
chobee County In September, 1940 point nf heglnnlnr Containing 4 M2r
Corporal Jean Harvey Hamrlck, Wilson Pearce seaman second July 1941. .
"" > K morp or less. All Irma and
Private' Roy Delmar Conerly, son son of Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Ham class, son of Mr. and; Mrs. J. C. III EVE r hi'lng In Rprtlnn R, Township M
stationed with Pearce. of Okeechobee, in 3 Private Smiley Waldron, son of South RanRp 11 Knit County of f
of Mrs. J. W. Conerly Miami, formerly rick: of Okeechobee Group liki-f<.hflipp' State nf Florid.
of Okeechobee, stationed at the United States Army Air Corps of Service Schools. United States Mr. and Mrs. N. F. Waldron of Said property: will he said In ticcordanc -

Camp Wolteri, Texas He entered at Bradley Field Windsor Locks Naval Training Station Norfolk OLeechobee. with the Infantry stationed decree and* with to satisfy the terms the of termi aid of flniil the
the United States Army in March Connecticut. Ento-ed: service in December Virginia. Entered service in April at Camp Plckett Va. Entered aid final dwrM.
1942. 1941. 1943. service In June 1943. ". '''.WAII BOJ1DJ!! T, W. CO JlIy.: Jr,,
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