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: December 25, 1942
Publication Date: -1992
Frequency: triweekly[<1989>-1992]
weekly[ former <1926-1945>]
semiweekly[ former <1981-1983>]
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Okeechobee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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 27 Okeechobee, Florida, Friday, December 25, 1942 Price Five Cents

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turn for the year accompanied bya r Phelps and upon roll call the vote
Payment of Victory reconciliation statement. The The Mn'icVs T 3. 1 Lio Irsr.rss o '.cy Co. Commissioners was as follows:

quarterly tax return has been des- :..:..... :, I Ayes: C F. Walker, J. T. Phelps,

Tax Begins With and ignated the Form reconciliation V-l the receipt statementV3. V-2 '- --- Transact BusinessIn Hllliard.E. J. Wilson, R. E. Bass Ernest

ey it.. _:: rli v Nays; None.
New Year of 1943 Returns are to be filed with and 'e s TEN PERCENT a roll' Regular SessionThe Absent: None.

tax paid to the Collector of In- sF ; Not voting: None.
ternal Revenue for the District in e e 0
The Revenue Act of 1942 Imposeson which the taxpayer's principal place Board of County Commis- RESOLUTIONBe :
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all Individuals a Victory Tax of I I of business Is located. All returns sioners of Okeechobee County, It Resolved By The Board Of

5 percent and Insofar as It relatesto and payments for Florida shall be AND,LkTCR.GEf ALL YOUR Florida, met in regular session on County Commissioners of Okee-

wages, shall be withheld by em- I addressed to the Collector of Internal MONEY BACK WITH Monday. December 7, 1942 at 10:00: chobee County, Florida, In Session -

ployers. This tax to be wlthhell Revenue Jacksonville, Fla. j\LL' INTEREST/ A. M. Duly Assembled. :

applies to all payments for services Returns and Information regard I Present were: Chairman C. F, Section 1. It Is hereby determinedthat

except to members of the militaryor ing this tax will be forwarded to all I I Walker; Commissioners E. J. WIlson :

naval service of the United employers as soon as received. Reg- J T, Phelps, R. E. Bass and (a) The City of Okeechobee.

States, agricultural labor domestic ulations have not yet been receivedbut Ernest Hllliard; County Attorney Florida is the largest city In the

servants and certain services to will be available for distribution T. W. Conely Jr.; Clerk Roy R. County, is the County seat of Okee

foreign governments or for services upon request as soon as a sup Raulerson and Sheriff L. L. Conrad. chobee County, Florida and its

outside the United States. ply received.. I Upon motion by Commissioner : growth and development is vitally
The tax is to be withheld on all V Wilson duly seconded by Commis- connected with the growth and development
wage payments on and after Jan- -:.0/.0/: : : : : ..:..:..:.0//..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..' sioner Bass, the minutes of the I of all of Okeechobee

uary 1. 1943 even though some or meetings held in November were I' County, Florida; andb
Too Late To Classify
all of the payments are for ser- read and approved. ( ) The City of Okeechobee.

vices rendered prior to that date. fly; III ".f 11. h 11 Reports of Marks and Brands for I Florida is greatly in default on its

unless the pay was available to the ++ ? + + +++ ++ ++ ++ Districts No 2 and 4 were received bonded indebtedness, It now havingan

employee In 1942, The Act provides and ordered filed In the office of outstanding debt of approxi-
A block or so oft the main tem
the Clerk of the Circuit Court.
for an exemption from this mately $1,000,000, the greater por-
busy Winter Haven sits a mod-
tax of $624 00 per year which exemption of The Financial Statement showing tion of which is in default, and the
est; and unimposing little building balances as of November 30, 1942
shall be prorated accord- Interest accruals: on such debt
that houses the U S. Citrus Pro-
Ing to the payroll period of the em- was presented as follows: amounts to approximately $60,000.00
ployer. The following table discloses ducts Laboratory Here chemists General Fund . $5,75878 I I annually; andc

the payroll period and applicable and research workers spend count- tmw&*. Fine & Forfeiture Fund 1339.40 :I I ( ) It Is the advantage of Okee-
less hours puttering around with
deduction: Road & Bridge Fund 29475 I chobee County, Florida, and all of
Payroll Period Deduction test tubes solutions and a variety Cowrer Uerrat a'ue Pr.s1 I Agricultural Fund .. 29888 :, Its taxpayers and citizens that the
of experimental apparatus --- ,
Weekly $.12 00 I ----- Outstanding Indebtedness City of Okeechobee, Its County seat,
While and I think of an
you may i
Bl-Weekly 2400 Induction (b) If he is pursuing a course of Fund 28.70Mother's should adjust its debts if possible
In termsof of Some
orange or grapefruit only
Semi-Monthly 26.00 instruction at a high school or sine Pensions Fund 1120 and the County' should render such
something that happens to you I .....
Monthly 5200 ilar Institution of learning; and Publicity .80 assistance as may be legally allowed
for breakfast the workers -
to eager
Quarterly 156.00 In this little laboratory citrus High School Boys II') If he is pursuing such courseof Jail 1936 Tax Adjustments Fund Fund. ... 65.83 8.75 in adjusting such debt problem.
Seml-Annually 312.00 instruction in the last half Repair Section 2. In order to assist the
fruit represents a treasure house of of
Annually 62400If limitless possibilitiesWhen the academic year at such schoolor I Court House Repair Fund. 18.'i5 City of Okeechobee In refinancing

a payroll period In respect to yoU sing "Praise the Lord May Be PostponedSelective Institution 1940 General RefundingFund its debt structure and In consider-
wanes Is less than one week 5.62 ation that the City will refinance
and Pass the Ammunition' you If the registrant fulfills all threeof s I I
In the where its debts the County hereby
as case employees are I
would be plenty surprised If someone requirements, the local
nald daily the amount of tax that ( and Service registrants be- board shall Total $783146 pledges and covenants that it will
shouted "Hellelujah" pass postpone the inductionof
shall be withheld will be bused up- tween the ages of 18 and 20 who Report showing license and taxes I: make available to the City of Okee-
( ed you a mess of orange peel, butthat's such registrant until the end of 'collected I'
on the excess of the aggregate of are pursuing a course of_instruction the and distributed by !Mrs chobee during the fiscal year 1942-
is academic
exactly happeningtoday
the'wages paid during the period in a high school or similar Institution year at such schoolor Bessie Alderman, Tax Collector was !I 43, and before the beginning the
for thanks researchand institution.
to the If the
I I of learning, In the last registrant received and ordered filed In the fiscal 1943-44 the
of a calendar week over the deduction In that Winter falls to fulfill year sum of $5.-
experiments half the academic school any one of these office of the Clerk of the Circuit
which would be allowed for a alcoholIs year three I I 000,00 from Race Track Revenue,
Haven laboratory 190-proof requirements he shall
be Inducted '
weekly period. For Instance. If an I may under certain conditions, have Court which sum shall be used by the
from the waterthat In the
employee Is paid dally at,S5 00 per coming Is from sugary white\ of their induction postponed until the usual manner. Surety Bonds for W. H. Harden : City of Okeechobee as an additional
day. no tax will\ be withheld for pressed rag I end of the school year, said Gen- General Collins said that his office and W. J. Thomas, elected members I source of revenues in the Interest

the first two days however on the I citrus peeling That alcohol Is usedin anda I eral Vivlal Collins the State Director has been Informed that County of County Board of Public Instruc- |'!, and sinking fund for such new refunding -

third dav tax on $3.00 will be with- the manufacture of powder of Selective Service today. Boards of Public Instruction now(I I ton: from Districts 1 and 3, re- I bonds.

held and for all further pay that single alcohol machine than gun is bullet contained requiresmore in Recent changes in the Selective have authority, under certain conditions ][I: spectlvely, with United States Fidelity j I Section 3. In consideration of the

week the-tax will be withheld,. .... e\ the average cocktail./* ..', *II I Service, law provide /or the classic ,, to graduate .certain high I( b' Guaranty Company -a4 City'of Ofcecchobee 'adjusting lt Tf;
? If the payroll period Is greater flcatlon and induction of this school students who are Inducted or sureties was approved by the Board. bonded Indebtedness by the issuanceof
It to to
neveoc ur
may you of registrants. Local Boards who enlist In the armed forces. Upon motion by Commissioner
croup ,
than one week and Is a period not associate citrus fruit with the milk refunding bonds of consequental
' \ throughout the State are now clas- Those high school registrants or- Hllliard, seconded by Commissioner several
net forth above or If the wages are dairyman delivers each saving to the City of hun
your -
clfylng these registrants and those dered to report for Induction priorto Phelps and unanimously passed
paid for a period which does not but Florida dred thousand dollars, and under
cows are now
many I i found available for military service the date that they would enter the Clerk was Instructed to drawa
constitute a payroll period. the deduction being fed nutritious mixture made the conditions set forth In this resolution -
a are being placed in Class 1-A and the last half of their academic voucher each month in the .amount -
shall be measured by the the County further covenants -
from citrus Thus the
amount of the annual deduction I largely golden fruit see pulp.hanging on I will be ordered to report for Induc- school year, cannot have ,their Induction of $3000, payable to J. S. and agrees and does hereby
you tion In accordance with their order postponed for the purposeof Underhill for recording Marks and
dividend bv 365 'or $171 and mul- trees throughout the state. In ad- appropriate to the City during eachof
numbers within the category in completing their school year, but Brands in District No. 4.
the fiscal to
tiplied bv the total number of days I dition to contributing their healthful years subsequent
I which their status places them must be Inducted as ordered. Upon motion by Commissioner
in the period. Juices may also be consideredIn the fiscal year 1942:43, and duringthe
If a bonus Is paid as well as a terms of milk and beefsteak. Local Boards must complete the -- Wilson seconded by Commissioner life of the refunding bonds the
classification of these registrantsand Phelps, and carried, the Clerk was
alary on a regular payroll period And that little nest of orange Wrong may be a man's highest sum of $5,000 annually to be used
basis the two shall be added to- and grapefruit seeds you thought- order them to report for Induction idea of right until his grasp of Instructed to pay to Sheriff L. L. by the City of Qkeechobee) Florida
even though the Board may Conrad $17830 from the Fine &
nether and the deduction additional in the
single lessly assign to the ashcan-to the goodness grows stronger. It is always solely as revenue
have previous knowledge that a Forfeiture Fund, as set out In theSherl1J's
shall Interest and fund for the
apply. However If a bonus research chemist they represent safe to be Just.-Mary Baker sinking
I particular registrant is in high cost bill for the monthof
li paid well and bonds so long as
as as a salary the butter. No, I don't mean Jam or Eddy. new refunding
bonus Is for other than the usual :I marmalade but real butter that school and will request a postpone V November, as mileage to and the City of Okee'chobee shall com-

navroll period, the deduction shall''' ment of induction. I I from Tampa and Jacksonville, pletely fulfill Its pledge under therefundll'li
you can spread on your toast or1ISl' Regulations General Col- There Is no right without a paralell Florida for two who
be computed separately accordingto I' provide prisoners escaped agreements set forth }n
to fry bake
pork chops or duty, no liberty without the
lins said that In
a registrant high from the County Jail.
the* period covered the bonus the refunding bonds and In the
by ,I, cakes. It has a natural yellow color
of the
supremacy law no high des-
who has been ordered to Commissioner
school report Upon motion by
without regard to the deduction for resolution Issuing the same.
and is rich In Vitamin A.
I, tiny without earnest perseverance,
for induction shall be Inducted Hilliard, seconded by Commissioner
the regular salary payroll period. j den- Section 4. This resolution shallbe
I may never your In the usual manner unless he no greatness without self-denial. Phelps, and carried, the board authorized
The Act 'povldes that at the election tist attempting to swab out the in full force and effect from
shall request in writing that his Induction Lieber. the salaries of all county
of the employer. If the and after Its
payroll ]: socket from which a tooth has just V passage.
be postponed, Upon such road to be raised 50c
rtrlod is one which Is shown by been removed with of Section 5. That all resolutionsand
a piece orange -
request the local board shall before Beautiful Is the activity which per day beginning December 1,
the above table. In resolutions in conflict
lieu of an exact i peel for he will" simply dip a 1 parts of
I inducting the registrant, determine: works for good, and beautiful the 1942.
5 percent of the excess of the employee's bit of cotton In a white powder and herewith are hereby repealed.
(a) If he has reached the 18th stillness which waits for good; The following resolution was Introduced -
wages over the deduction I with It bleeding. But that Section 8. Passed and approved
stop the
allowable \ anniversary of the day of his birth blessed the self-sacrifice of one, and by Commissioner Hllliard! ,
the withhold
employer may powder Is also a product of citrus this 7th day of December A. D
but has not reached the 20th anni- blessed the self-forgetfulness of the who moved Its adoption which mo- '
specified amounts roughly corresponding peel, a solution of pectin long used 1942.
of the day of his birth; other.-Collyer. tion seconded Commissioner
versary was by
to 5 In '
accord- .
percent ,, bv housewives in making Jellies and C. F. WALKER
ance with tables set forth In the II Jams. Now surgeons shoot a solution 'I -- Chairman of Board

Act. If this election is exercised In I I of this pectin Into your arm Seal) of County Commissioners,

some cases, the withholding will be before major operations for research Okeechobee County
a little under 5 percent and In I has disclosed that It makes Florida.

some cases the withholding will be blood "Jell", too. Attest: ROY R. RAULERSON]

a little more than 5 percent. This I( Locked in the rae and fiber of Clerk of the Board of

should not cause the employees this same citrus fruit are an amazing Countv Commissioners of

concern since each Individual in I variety of products made of WAR Okeechobee County, Florida

computing their Victory Tax pay- i i plastic-gay beads, buttons and or- .

able for 1943 will take credit for i| naments, ash trays compacts, fitj The following resolution was presented -

the amount which has actually j tings for planes and motor cars." w. by Commissioner Hllliard.

been withheld during the year I knobs, handles and. knick-knacks who moved Its adoption and upon

Employers are required to file I So far such products are still In Needs the Wires being seconded by Commissioner

quarterly returns reporting and the experimental stage, but science! Phelps, was nut to 'a vote and

travlng this tax: during the month has proven that they can all be unanimously adopted: .

following the last month In the I' made from citrus and some day j.. 0

quarter. The first quarter will be I they will be. Thousands of soldiers and sailors are in the training forces RESOLUTION .

from January 1, to March 31, 1943 !1 If the dealer should hand you throughout our territory. They are away from home and Whereas, this Board has been

and the return shall be filed during your pack' of favorite cigarettes friends and during the will and advised that the! City of Okeechobee
holiday season be lonely
April of 1943. A penalty for delinquency '
I wrapped In a discarded orange or Florida has filed a Plan of Composition
attaches to all returns filed erapefrult hull yOU might be temp- '. thinking of loved ones left behind In the U. S. District Court

after the due date thereof which :, ted to throw It at him but that They will be calling' their mothers fathers wives and *t Miami. Florida which said Plan
shall not be less than 85 00 and I clear listening cellophane that protects "111 be of rat saving to the tax- -
5 of the tax due sweethearts at home by long distance. The folks at home will I
shall be percent the contents can also ,be made pavers of said city and j jWtdersss
for each 30 days of delinquency I; from citrus skins. This same moistureproo' be calling them. It is anticipated that the telephone lines will there Is 'now pending y

or fraction thereof, but not to exceed I material Is employed asa be called upon to carry the heaviest traffic load in the history '" thp Circuit Court of Okeechobee
25 percent ol the tax due. lining 1- '
for cardboard containers of the County ?ahwt F-d. C. Wrteh ; &
There Is also a severe criminal i now used to replace tin. telephone industry. Company Me.,,a corporation, wherein

penalty for fraud or wilful failureto 1 Beauty they say. Is only skin thf. said County seeks to recover

file the required return. I! deep and beauty for milady lies LET WAR HAVE THE LINES "noroxfmntelv 'Sono and this

The Act requires a receipt be I I buried In the delicate skin of the Woarrt.' now Informed that said

lIven to each employee, disclosing I I orange, yes-plus charm and allure Civilians should' limit their' calls to absolute necessity and Ed C.'' WrUht & Comnanylns.. *
the vearly tax which has been with- -for from the essential oils extracted "rnoretlon Is the owner of approximately

held within the month following I from these golden pores Is conversations should be short. t $220.000 of City of Okeechobee -

the close of the year and under I made a variety of toilet. articles Make your holiday season happier in the thought that you \ bonds( and this Board of CountyCommissioners
'regulations a receipt shall be given\ and cosmetics perfumes
within thirty days after the last I salves face creams.soap This valuable are giving place on the wires to the men in the service of our that said Ed. C. Wright has been& Company advised

pay of a person whose employment I by-product brings $2400 ft poundor ". country. r Inc., will\ rive its consent to .the
terminates. This receipt shall be $1.60 an
ounce. 4 Plan of Oomoosltlon. filed by the
Issued In triplicate, the original\ for And that beautifully colored scarf that the County
City upon'Qondition
the employee and the duplicate to'of artificial silk which hangs In Inter County Telephone and Telegraph Company of Okeichobee dismiss Its milt

accompany the last 'quarterly red (Continued on Page Two) (Continued on Page Two) Of

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the resolution authorizing the Issuance soil the rouponi due thereafter shall I Holiness meekness, patience hu-
()I ( In pariilclv dpxrrlluMl : JiidtdnentrC'lltorn
JNcfos mlUty'self-denial, and self-sacrifice
of such bonds this County THE POCKETBOOKof ",. xluill lino the 1111110 form of
has agreed to call for tenders of l< ....r of clnlm and hall describe thiTo- faith love,-each Is might and every -
I III the lioinU or coupons reduevil to ,
Published Every Friday by the such bonds In accordance with the l luiltfiiient+ anil show therein this roiiuiliilnu gift of the spirit Is might. -
provisions thereof KNOWLEDGE Inilnnce" due on nrconlit ..t''I Hare.isljrllrve.
I ;
Okeechobee News Co., at Okeecho- I II s ,
+.l"1 l juilitniiMit ftml Interest If any: I
bee Okeechobee County, Florida. I I I Now .Therefore, Be It Resolved I u of tho dote of such Refunding ,
By The Board Of County Commissioners Rands tbut creillton desiring forma i
proofs of ijiilm to bo executed
BRYANT BOWDEN ...-......... Editor I I Of Okeechobee County i| '"e jtprurpil upon application ti> mar the:
Florida In Session Duly Assembled' 'li rk of the City fit Okopi'hohpp, Flor- I ft.
Hint nil crodltora who hereiiifore ..,,
Entered as second class matter Section 1. It Is hereby determ i bae .. '
y '+ I Illod iiereptnnepa to the flan
July 1, 1914 at the Post Office InOkeecho I lined I that there is a surplus in the u I'oinponltliin need not file further 0\1
*. Florida under the and fund account proofs of .'"Im I niilena Alreefed" l>yiilmi
sinking 4 Act of March 8, 1879.SUBSCRIPTION. I of the Road and Bridge Refunding ,- A9 A/MB BV-PBOOUCT CLVCfRlNt M PROOUCIO MAKIN6 I thin Eith /
. \ I IJ 1I2!) c;
RATE I II Bonds Issue of 1940 In a sum over 4 TEN POUNDS Of SOAP l 16TMe I I CITY OF OKEErilOBEE.
and above Interest requirements s AMOUNT REQUIRED PDR. KLOItlDA 'NOSEasON
One year In advance ........ ........ $2 00 7 MANUFACTURING SIXPOUHDSOfTTA I Dee It.1.2D.JaI11.' ] LIOIppWLITS.S'
Section 2. In order to use such
Six months In advance .......... 1.00 DMITEI I
I surplus for the of Bonds 4" -- --- -
purchase -- ----
Three months In advance ........ .75 I J I
of this County the Clerk of the -
Advertising bills are payable on Board of County Commissioner is TWg U 4 BUT I

the first of each month. Parties authorized to publish the following M i roa Oecoes ONLY.I'I .noN II I RECAPYOUR

unknown to publishers required to notice one time in a weekly issue of ''c1 o Ito *

pay In advance. the "Bond Buyer" of New York 1i A NEw d \ SROWTMSIICOT
City. and one time in a newspaper BLAciout 1RLLT PLANT FOR-ne TIRES AT
Reading notices In local columns 'I published In Okeechobee Count f THAT 6IVe6 DK'oRA'ttMe VALua !

10 cents a line. Rates for display Florida such publication to be at SINTlN6t 5 ILLUMINATION ny 70 ONLY EQUAL |N4 3 JiJg0W !6LOSSY AND I I HUMPHRIES. TIRE & RETREADING CO.

advertising furnished on applica- least ten days before the date des- \QHt'tlTirTH Of IHtiT C BSKSUTO
a A .
tion. Classified advertising 2 cents lenated at which time the Counts 8N ANN9ANlIlCYR r w Fort Pierce, Florida Phone 139

each word per Insertion. All Items will receive tenders of bonds The AL

regarding enterprises conducted for date on which the County will receive i Nine Years experience Best of equipment.Send .

profit are chargeable at rdvertlslng
tenders bonds Is hereto
of your tires and certificates by bus line and save time, tires
rates. designated as the 21st day of December
A. D. 1942. and gasoline. Prompt service Government ceiling prices.
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TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY The following vouchers were ap- '! .
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proved and ordered paid when I
(Continued from Page One) I funds are available: I

vour wardrobe surely It can In no GENERAL FUND

way be Indebted to the orange. But C F Walker. Sal Co. ,
don't be too sure. From the citrus I Comm.November t 5000E = (* This War ENs1whh

seed comes another oil used by textile -
J. Wilson. Sal. Co. -:::;,... -
men to fix or set those pleasing I Comm.. November 50.00 A ONC-MA1J M.teal4Lg
colors. Oil that now substitutesfor I J. T. Phelps Sal. Co. Fl4RACNU7B8A9T. MAKe AIRPLANE EN6IMM LMtTTttt.HtASy = t : .

the Tea Seed OH which Japan Comm., November 50.00 INnAIoITLY ''NFLATAILt! WM,afvt MATERIAL poaciei.(Ia CUT AND AWAy
used to furnish ( FOR EMBHSeNCV ME. .MAs. DJ 5Tf or A LMtnAVTTIRIAL .
us Ernest Hllllard Sal. Co. enN pEVILovEp ft'I A. tttCM At
The paint manufacturer knows It Comm. November 50.00 PUSBtTH. COMrAt-f'o/ ALpMIt.UMAR1 *(49f

as "turpcne", another oil that comes R. E Bass Sal. Co. HELP WANTEDFLORIDA

from the skin of the orange and Is Comm.. November 50.00 I T

used the extensively highest in grade the manufactureof and Roy R. Raulerson Sal, Ruble Bass Bassinger Sen IX Till: I'MTKM WrA'I'F.fllOof! MOTOR LINES' continuing contributions of its
paints Clerk November 15000 TRK'T C'OIRT I\ AND: FOIL ,I'lIKiil"lKl
trained fill in the armed forces hat
Cafe November 1250 to day
men positions
varnishes, its quality on par with T W. Conely Jr., Sal. Co. | || ;IN M-THH'I" (01" I null
Okeechobee Co Defense MM PORT 1'11:1:1'1I1"lflX: desirable and in this
tung oil and paints mixed with Itwill opened important positions essential -
Judge. November Council donation 50.00 \o :M Ft 1' Bnnkrnph'y.Iv This is War of and
not check or peel in sun or T. W. Conely. Jr.. Sal. Co. I : IIK: industry a Transportation .
weather.All L. L. Conrad attend. Co. CITY OK (iKFECIIOIJKn. FI.OItllM. Florida Motor Lines employees are doing their bit sup-
5000 ,
this has science and research Attorney. I I Com. November 400 IVtltlonev plying vital transportation to all phases of the war effort.
Bessie Alderman. Sal. Tax '
disclosed I Gilbert Culbreth gas Co. :\1I'rIn TO t tI ITOKS The is to YOU to this war.
but work In the labora- Collector. November 125,00 i 1 ', opportunity now open join
VMatv. |,, ri.h,' niiH.i| thAt the,
lawn mower .49 on
tory continues for man In his essci:..i
Robert La Martin. Sal. Tax "iih iliv or I'liviiihHr. A. 1> 1'MJ! the group.
eagerness for knowledge Is never Assessor. November 125 00 i Inter Co. Tel. & Tel. Co. ""' 11 I"upr. 1'lly ,.f Okeii'biihiv. Flor-'J
satisfied and these; humble men I I! tel jail & Co. J., Nov. 1783 'Mil ii'e4n petition' lor iipnriiviil' niul'iiilriiintliin I
J. L. Chandler Sal. Janitor ]' \ or n "11111 of O>mpf> liiiulpr l- I FOB MEN
who untiringly study and experiment November 75.00 i 1 Okeechobee Hdw. & Furn. ,!,"..u tI..,. priiUalniiH of Clinptor
will continue to find |I Co. supplies C. H. 70 IX; f the Itillilmiiitri .\|,| "| the
more G. C. Durrance Sal. Act. I I'liHi-il Rlntos' n. nnii'inle'lHint' ( on CO '.CH OPERATORS: Age 21 and : good
Bishop Office Equip. Co.,
and yet more treasure In this one I'l' lllnri-IIIIMllllillf-ll, ,ilKtp
7500 the .llllllH' lit
Pros. November I II
bountiful glfe of an all.wise Provo I Atty. marriage record No.3. 3600 Hi" I iilli'il Stnten DlKlrlct Court rntrri'it driving experience (heavy equipment preferred),

idence. County Welfare Board Relief The H. & W. B. Drew Co., iniiTtflli'il nn order 'approving/ Hip, ppllrtnnUK 5 feet 7 inches, 150 pounds, minimum 8th grade
I November 350.00 | | and i-niniil.iliig with
Oh 'es-and some people even drinking cups 13.08 I'hnptor IX if the Biinknipti'v. Aft education (High School preferred). ,
W. B. Hargraves Sal. Sup'rRegis ill "I'. S. f'. -im toil)l. and) dint it nos '
EAT oranges and grapefruit I November 40 00 Bishop Office EquIp. Co ] (llli'il(( In good. filth I Stewards Garage Employee
V I supplies clerk & Co. J, 23,33 The Court further ntorml, nn order ,,
State Tuberculosis San.. "I,I H" '
li-irlnu on tho petition at
COUNTY COMMISSIONERS: Hosp. B. Gatnous Dec. 28.52 I Citizens Bank of Stuart I ,i'i,,> I d""al iiiiiiiiinii/ thin ntr
bank note & int. due 'If! ,not., Kl, rid ill t th" hour ..f 6 :'ID: FOB MEN aaa
City of Okeechobee.. waterC. I Dec. 30 1942 2,02500 ; M ,,n I'M. Sflih' ilav of Fohrnnrv, A. I WOMEN
Continued from Page One) H. & Jail. October 12.00 I li MIS, for the pill-pox of honrtnir ..II
FIVE & FORFEITURE FUNDT. -.' M '''.'''''h .11'I roimlili-rlnar, slid
against said Company and this I City of Okeechobee water W. Conely Jr., Sal. Juvenile I 1"o.lnll'| ''n the Plui nf rVmmxiMon.naHliir Ticket Agents, Baggage Clerks, Bookkeepers, Calculators '-
Board being further C. H & Jail. November 9 80 with iiiiv answers ur ohja't- I I Clerks Janitors
Stenographers Typists
that if ,
Judge November ., 1500T. n (n4'd liv miv rn editor. of the PC-
said Company consents to said Photostat Corp., photostat' W. Conely Jr., docket Mtlnnor for the purpose of tnklnit( I I and Cleaners.
Plan of supplies ". 30.30 nod' hoiirlnir t".tlinonr anon until Platt -,
Composition the necessary fees November .. 50.00 of rolnniiKltliin, rliinBlf.lliiu Hnlmn of
Raulerson refund on It has always been policy To give preference tn employment
percentage Roy R. I our
of consents ri'iMliir"( ,
will have County Court Nov. 50.80 I / riM'Hvliiir unit tnlnilntliifr no I
been obtained thereby the exp chgs. 3.28 "*e'tnnr.'S mill' rele,"t/nlla/ r>f thn PTnn I to men and women living along our routes
assuring Roy R. Raulerson cost bills "f riiiiipiiHlllini, film) In ear prcilltnr./ ,, if
Florida Power & Light Co. are interested mail postcard or letter giving
City of Okeechobee that the Bankruptcy O C. Durrance, convictionfees 'iiinl! lo boar unit roiuMor and pun you
proceedings will be success elec C. H. & Jail. Nov. 11.50 "limn. nr fofor f.. n op..rlnlIn.t.., forh"'h'll I, name, address, age, sex, and indicate position you are
November ,
30.00L nnv and nil of until mutton,
ful and the Plan of Composition Dr. Adrian M Sample treatments L Conrad cost bills and' nAll"; all other mutton proper best suited for, to PERSONNEL DIRECTOR, FLORIDA

rill be accepted and H. Watford .. 1200 'o I ic tinril or roforroit' tn unlit !MIVTM MOTOR LINES, JACKSONVILLE, FLA. An application
sheriff November 571.29 Whereas this Board has Rov R. Raulerson. record. 1942 blank will be mailed to and if are acceptableand
been requested ROAD & BRIDGE FUND thin I'.t II In".-, nhiilj flip Hworn "prooN you you
bv the City officials of the tax sale certs. 46.45 .' |..iln 'itlna up! thi<(lr Anions' and' position Is open, arrangements will be made for a
Jasper Lee road work
Tel. lnt'>rrnt DM ftiii-h rrrilttorH In the "'""''
City of Okeechobee to dismiss the Western Union Tel. & Dist. No. 1 .. .. S 10.00 'IllIt'rd muse mi ur h"fui" tin itnt"f personal interview and further consideration.TJI7. :: .
suit against Ed. C. Wright & Com- Co.. telegrams .81 H thin tiiMirlnr, '.'nth itnv nf. I">tirnnrvII
& H.
Store assign road
> Inn with thin Clerk of the
:nanv. Inc., and this Board having Pay Roll. keeping registra-' time. Dist No. 3 43.79 ". 't,',) ""''j". r>1.,irtot' Court Podirnl 1111fti-/t/
given due consideration to said request tion books Unl'illna.' \(It""I. Flurliln( unHin '
Roy Tomllnson repairs iof nf I'lHlin shall iloiiprllip onrhl

believes It will be to the best ,'" "-n.n n" n R F n"j-*.',''-"-","-,,,, ,,,,,-,,.,,-,.,,-,, Dist N4 1.25 l 10.1 anil Hhow the, flmoiint of nil\
interest of the iiiinnlil, Intori'nf, which has nrrrnoil
County of Okeechobee on
Roll Dist No. 4. labor
Pay 72 50
',r prior( to tho dote of the prnpnsedRnfttn'ling
that said suit be dismissed Pay Roll Dist. No. 3, labor .. 159.93 ItnnilH to hp Innucil, undo RrfbAjTORj; M0?::
Now. Therefore Be It Resolved Gilbert Theatre Pay Roll Dist No. 2. labor 550.75 the Plnn.: where ntv poiipoim .r"iiwiipil sivi +
That the by the proilllnr tho total' amount
attorney representingthe Pay Roll Dist No. 2, labor 46 00 ..f "ii"h' lnt"ri' roiitioin' ilno to. and
County of Okeechobee In Its Okrechobee Otis Chandler lumber '1""lniltnff!!' the itit" fiiii'li H.' M'1 "

suit against Ed. C. Wright & Company Dist. No. 2 15000 lii'inln shall hp itp.'rlM'il| wiin'iitp1' I 11 11

inc. which said suit is now -..-- ..- -
Wednesday & Thursday Pay Roll Dist. No. 2, labor 11500
pending in tee Circuit
Court of Ruble Bass, pas & oil. Dist. .. -
Okeechobee County Florida and No.2 3050

being known as Chancery Case No. THE MALTESE Ray Roll. Dist No 2, labor 106.50 OLD ,J" 'TGE SAYS. _
689 be. and they are hereby. Instructed I
FALCON Ruble Bass assigned road

to dismiss said suit with time. Dist. No. 2 40.00 f M I

prejudice upon delivery to said attorneys n-llh Knight's Servo Sta. gas, oil / I

of written consents of said HUMPHERY BOGART & repairs Dist. No.4. ... 17.21 if
Ed. C, Wright & 1
Company to the
MARY ASTOR Trustees FEC Hy., expenses

Plan of Composition! filed by Cityof Incurred during Oct. .. 17 77 t

Okeechobee accompanied by a Christmas PartyThursday Charlie Plnson lumber I t1 Illy

letter setting forth that said Com- Dist. No.2 7.53 \\
oany agree to the Plan! .
Compo- Pay Roll. Dist. No 4, labor 124 00 II
sition and withdraws all .
opposition "
Standard Oil Co. fuel Dist.
MOW pending t-i other A Package for all Children '
Plan of
NO.4. .. 15.01 )
Composition filed 2:30 o'clockSanta !
by any -
there In CO. COMM FOUR / \
Clause will be
Municipality or District In the
Standard Oil Co.. fuel Dist.
of Florida.Be person 4
No.4 1351
It Further Resolved: that th3 .
N. Park Service Sta. gas
dismissal of said Quit shall also operate ,
as full and complete releaseof Friday & Saturday Dist. N4 241
Pay Rll. Dist No. 3. labor 750
Ed. C. Wright & Company not I
Gilbert CulbTth. gas fist
Incorporated and C.
Ed Wright individually
THE MALE NO.3. 14 48 II
Bore Lumber Co lumber &
Passed And Adopted In ANIMAL
regular creosote Dlsts. 1. 2, 4 274 40
session this 7th day of December I
with Okeechobee Battery & E'ec.,
A D. 1942. _
material & repairs, Dlsts.
2&4 36 42: I ; t- L

COUNTY ALSORIDERS fists 1, 2, 4 & 5 3240 -- I A/ '

FLORIDA Okeechobee Hdw. & Furn. I r ) .
BY' C. F. Walker. Chairman OF THE
1 Co., materials. Dists. 2 & 4 15 85 I I
Attest: Roy R. Raulerson Clerk RANGEwith AGRICULTURAD FUND, U- ,
of Circuit Court and Ex-offlclo ,.ter i- -
I C. A. Fulford Sal. Co. Agent ,
Clerk Board of County Commis November 10000 .-

sioners. THE THREE MESQUITEERSAlso J S. Underhill, recording fees, max.,

I November .. 30.00 '
The following resolution was Introduced : I.ate News .i--
and read In !
upon I
CartoonSunday Manufacturers Trust Co., Interest "
full. was, upon motion of Ernest I
due 12-1-42 $5,00000 .
Hllllard which motion was duly '.i like a pretty expensive cigar you've the street to my office where I had some '

seconded by R. E. Bass adopted I & Monday There being no further business, got iTC, Judge." recent F. B. I. figures in my desk drawer k

by the following vote: the Board adjourned to reconveneon eniree!: it's a real good one, Bill. Won Why, on the' average, those three states

Ayes: Earnest Hllllard R. E. December 21 1942.C. it from Chris down at the cigar store yeshave a worse crime record than the whole

E.Bass J. Wilson.C. F. Walker. J. T. Phelps MRS. MINIVER F. WALKER Chairman I terday. He got pretty positive in "a di&rest of the country. And there's a good .1!

GREER GARSON ROY R. RAULERSON Clerk. : cussion we had and I had to take him up sound reason for it, Bill There's no such 4PAGE

RESOLUTION I WALTER PIDOEON V I on it. Bet me three good cigars to my one thing as a dry community. It's only a quesI -

Whereas there .Is a surplus In. I that the three states that still have protion of whether liquor is sold legally/ or ill

the Interest and sinking fund account i Thin I* America I hibition have less crime than the other tally. And when it's sold illitollyit means

of Okeechobee County Flor- PRIVATE SMITH: OF U. S. A. states Well, all I had to do was step across bootleggers, gangsters and more crime" .

ida Road and Bridge Refunding Novelty ,

Bonds Issue of 1940; and F

Whereas under Section 8 (11.) of ItJI\1/111I"'NIWW\IIlIIUJIJIIlIIIJUC ew f._.fAIoo..iI.._.,./td.tr4,.. lea.



I Sylvia was very pleased to have-
Editor In Chief. ..Molly Bowden Damon home last week What did

Assistant Editor .Sllvanua Harden Purple and Gold News"FOR I Gilbert do those days? She has a

Business Manager Eva Nelle Ball new follower, now. He Is Tiny Wat-
I Sports Reporter.. Weldon Draughon ford.
Class Reporter June Cheshire
Club Reporter Estelle Sanderfur A GREATER OKEECHOBEE HIGH SCHOOL"FRIDAY It's Ray for Alice Weekly, now

Social Reporters: Harry P. Green- .__._- -. Well It's OK as long as It is still

berger, Phylls Cason.Miscellaneous DECEMBER 25, 1942 In the family.
: Reporters and Typ
Believe it or not, Gene ledge
Isis: Katheryn Sweatt, Bertha
Mercer, Perllee Hunt Jack! Coker, armed services. I sincerely hope "peace pipe". You know they !|I dated Betty May Thomas last Sat-
Joe Underhill, Sylvia Snell, Marie that I can live up to Its doctrine HIGH SCHOOL VICTORY CORPSTO had a little trouble. Better i t urday. Saturday must be her pay

\ Walker, Betty Mae Thomas, Oveda and do my part. I know the armyis give Bearcat some boxing day or perhaps Gene has changedhis

Boromel, Jean Lee Raulerson, Zel- a good place for a Christian to BE ORGANIZED IN 0. H. S. gloves I hear that Sylvanus is mind about being a bachelor.

da Johnson, Martha Walker,, Flor- I forget his faith, but I think I'm too out to catch him Say Pete Nix she's a she

rle Jordan, Alvena Smith Marion i well established in the friendship .. Santa, you might bring Jack I surely gets around. She's been seen

Martin of our Heavenly Father, and am I! ATTENTION High school boys I II I Duke a new pair of pants You with Tiny. Porky, J, P., and sev-

sure there are "many more with the I The first' week after Christmas an i iI I GATOR SCOUTS know there's not much left of ,, eral of our other high school boys.
same attitude. If we had more the he had
advanced R. O. T. C. student from pair on Monday.
men like Oarrett, I'm sure we'd I' I On account of a shortage of girls
EDITORIAL I the University of Florida will be I The Gator Girl Scouts met on Mildred Phelps will need a
I at the recreation ,
be room
I on God's side.V i here to organize a High School Saturday afternoon, December 5, box of handkerchiefs to cry after Tiny
one. He must have
This one year In war as a High Victory Corps. I'I 1942. (which Incidentally was very Into. Edward has lost his Interest [ wrong one, because he lost gottenthe his

School student see it, has been one ChristmasBy i An enrollment of 21 boys must ,, hot) to beautify the grounds of O. In her. real girl friend because of it
of the greatest history making > be had, but we believe that we I II 'I H. S. The girls manfully took' their I. All that Betty asks Is to have I hope Santa's good to you and
Epochs ever. I have 50 young men who will be' hoes and began weeding the flowerbeds Leslie home for Xmas you have good time while
a you areout
Interested in this organization. I I In front. Altogether an hour Please
EVery day when we go to classeswe : Marry Paul GreenbergerI've try to get a seat on of school.
and a helf was spent working on !
This organization was establishedby the train for
know we can get our teachersoff heard lots of people say that I I Mrs. Strickland
Paul V. McNutt as chairman of the grounds By the time everything She's May all your days
the lesson counting on seeing her
subject by asking Christmas Just wouldn't be Christ-
some the War Manpower Commission, I I was finished, we were all hubby on Xmas, Be full of cheer,
Interesting question i, mas this year-that no one had the
I I ready to go home. Later we enJoyed -
and the Florida Director of High So MERRY CHRISTMAS,
about the war. We hear It every Christmas spirit. I say that they That's about all I have to ask
School Victory Corps is Paul |I Ice cream as a treat from And HAPPY NEW YEAR.
day, because It's the real and vital are wrong. Nothing can stop I 1, Eddy. I II our leader. You'll be proud withus of you now -- --Vt@
Interest of every American citizen. Christmas and its spirit, There when to Thanks,
our petunias begin
OBJECTIVES: The two 'overall" -
Yet our minds are too young to will always be a Christmas as longas I : bloom. Dolittle,
comprehend Just what Is there Is an America. I objectives of the program are !,
ing in this world we love. happen-I[ Have you heard the children in the training of youth for that war II V Now to get back to the happen-
I I service that will come after they ings around school
friends and loved ones go to the I grammar school singing carols Wit and HumorRuth
[ leave school and the active participation -
battle fronts we here on the home have you heard them singing Jingle .
of youth in the commun- Johnny Johnson was with Nettle
fronts, as children, resolve to sup- Bells and all the other Christmas Pearl I
port them with our prayers, our 'I songs? Yes. there Is still a Christ [ity's war effort while they are yet | SWhy: do people get Saturday night.
In school. More specifically these
labors .. .
and money. married ---- ---- -
mas.Have are stated as follows: I
What will be the outcome we I you seen all the store win I, Guidance Into critical services Ada Jane: Because they're in '. X=l-oti--:5>oa X: ::o ::a X: X c lIII >
don't know. However, we know i I dows decorated-all the beautiful '!and occupations love and when you're in love you'reIn

we need all the comfort and ,; dolls, drumv wagons and everythingthat I 2. Wartime citizenship. a daze and can't come to your !III IIIIIII
strength which the knowledge of spells Christmas? senses.
i 3. Physical fitness
God's care brings. We need a sin- I I And the homes-they have trees I 4 drill. I I I Ruth S.: I get it. When you geta '111C1

cere faith and confidence In our decorated; there are holly and pine 5.* Competence Military in science and divorce you Just wake up. III!

heavenly faith gives Father'i us spiritual protection security This, '[ are branches presents all over hid In the the house attic; there and mathematics.6. Preflight training in aeronautics I Bobby P.: Did-V-Edison make the [C1 QJIjristnms! III!!I -

poise, and ability to withstand under the bed. first talking machine, Mr. Dur- .
trouble and I No, nothing like a war or Hitler I rance? IIII
adversity. As we put ] ;
I 7. Preinductlon training for critical i l lliil
our faith In God, we grow in con-*t can stop free people living in a occupations. Mr. Durrance: No, Bobby, God lill GREETINGS
fidence, power and strength to help democracy from having a Christmasthis made the first one. but Edison
I year the next, and forever. 8. Community service made first that be liil IIIIit !
ourselves. Are you on God's side? the one could
There are many boys and girls in V shut off
I BERSHIP: It is expected that alii
Okeechobee Love's Treasure Trove -V-
who never attend a high school students will usually Iit
church service. You do not have Miss Gifford: When children are
I be able to qualify general membership |I IhlY
to be religious In the strictest sense These things I have and prize and after their application naughty I quickly switch their attention .y. .. ,

of the word, but only have faith I within I I has been accepted they shall be IIII 1 ...
courage In God's universal power. I My heart's own treasure trove, privileged to wear the red "V" and I Bill Wmi : Switch their-what!?

The youths of today will be the The kisses sweet of our farewell, the gr"- service cap. Requirementsare II -V- .If11 !j jiill
leaders of tomorrow and they must I I Your parting words of love. as follows j i Mrs. Roe: You naughty boy!

have a good foundation for their,I 1. The student should be participating How dare you use such a wicked Roy R. Raulerson ;I9!;
tasks The sight of you In uniform, in a school physical fitj{j I(, word? iill J!
and brave, and tall, and true- '
Boys girls in the military So I ness appropriate to his McKlnster: But Shakespeare usedIt.
program l':
service of :,, have, to hold within I 11 i iIIII
our land are happier j, These things I abilities and needs in the light of ;i .
,I when God la their companion In I The heart that waits for you. I his probable contribution to the j I j Mrs. Roe: Oh, he did? Well, I,,\ i::

answer to a letter Garrett Swlndal V nation's war effort. I| don't play with him again. : I
received from his church he wrote: Good temper Is like a sunny day; 2. The student should be study- -V- II
"It was stated in the church letter it sheds its brightness everywhere. I x
t I Ing or have studied school courses Scoutmaster: Where is Haynes : : X=X X gg X Eg X:g=i X: a:X X s x=X=XiI
how the Christian flu into the Sidney, to his abil- Wms.?
nf T i I I appropriate age grade
I --__--. _-- -- -- -. ity, and probable Immediate and Scout: You mean the boy with I ;
I I future usefulness to the nation's the .big feet? -
war effort within the limits of the i iI Scoutmaster: Yes. I

facilities of the schooL 1 Scout: He's down at the cross- I II

I 3. The student should be currently I roads turning around.V .
participating In at least one -V- I dillH

Important continuing or recurring I absent-minded bride, anxiousnot

wartime activity or service of the to forget to order two chickensfor
To types) Indicated In the suggestivelist ; dinner repeated to herself I

: ; while clearing away the breakfast
Air warden fire watcher, or oth- things, "Grocer, chickens." II H HOLIDAY
The Peopleof er civilian defense activity. I I The words became confused in

Red Cross services. I I her mind so that when she went to I
I \Participation In health services the telephone, she asked, I
such as malaria control. "Have you any nice grocers?" I

Farm aid, or other part-time em- I' "Why, why yes", replied the
ployment to meet manpower shortages astonished voice at the other end

Okeechobee of the wire. I GREETINGSEXTEND

School-home-communttjt services "Well", said the bride, "send me
such as salvage campaigns, care of two dressed."

I. small children of working; mothers, "Dressed?" asked the voice, more
L gardening, book collection. I astonished than before.

Boys, this Li a challenge to you: "Why, no," responded the bride.

>> Let's give this program our wholehearted I "I believe you may send them undressed ;

J ,M,10.4iZto\ll"e"r.J1.'r..t.. ... support.A If my husband comes
'" "'... 'f .0:0>. ("' ? ::: r' V home he will their
/II!-t."f.o.-! : '( 4""" "" "" /.., ," lJ' ilt.. ... early wring I
WEE BIT OF PHILOSOPHY necks and the cook can dress
r'"lP'l'I, !" '''.''.;'..w "Remember This" "
.7'M :1t 'Ir. them,
J Be good, but not too good. A --V I
I little naughty, but not too naughty.

I Say a prayer if you feel that way Dopey Doin'sby
Say "damn" If it gives you conso-

kind to the world always, if
possible yet if you must be unkind I, ReHy Dolittle Christmas Greetingsand
smash right and left. Get it It really is bad to have so manyof

Co TO EXTEND over and forget it. our news makers sick with the (

Smile always smile, have a smile mumps Anyway Bobby and T. J.
TO ALL OF YOU i ready even, though sometimes It are back In school. Maybe I can
hurts. Grab all the happiness you find a little "dirt" about them. Oh

MY SINCERE can-don't let even a wee bit slip yes Mary Virginia might have to Good Will

i past you. Live, above all things, start going with T. J. again Have .
f.. BEST WISHES FORA life don't simply exist you heard about the trouble between -
If you are blessed enough to her and Edgar? Mary Ellen
MERRY CHRISTMAS know what real love Is-love with had something to do with it, too. i To All

all your heart, soul and body. I've also heard that Marie Walker
AND A Live your life so that at any hour thinks J. T. is cute with his mustache '

you will be able to shake hands II AT
HAPPY ANDPROSPEROUS with yourself and try to accom-
I ,
worth while Did you know that Mamie Lee is'
plish at least one thing
about Robert Clay? Don't
each day. Then when your nights crazy THIS HOLIDAY
tell her that I told you.
-, come you will be able to pull up
1943ERNEST the covers and say to yourself"I -
I know that some of you haven't SEASON
a have done best!II!"
my rotten
your letters to Santa off :
-F. Collins Wildman.
yet so I'll drop a few hints his way ,

for you ]

f tC Uncle Dear Santa: I

.............."" ..41'.. ,"" ... .II.-.rt-t. .,p't: III'.J....< .
........... ... .i. \i.4" ..." Ioo"\, :" .... and can't give us everything -
"' ........C"......"" .....'. .4
that want, but
we please
... ..'' .. )'C.\>' ..101 ry
': try to do your best
\:1T' First, Vernon Wright surely

W would like to wake up Xmas
morning and find LaVerne in I ROBERT LA MARTIN

i HILLIARD 4'k his stocking I
I've been told that Kathryn

would like to become more I

, -. friendly with Gene. Maybe you
rr A. .
could give him a'B" gas ticket
r s On tl mj biggest iavtitmtat itWu and give her some sugar ration
1 Roads I baser on putting at books. I
hut 10% ef ill mr earnings into
War Bead from New Ytr"i eat Perhaps you could manage to
** + n give Sylvanus and Jean Lee a EH ,



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