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: February 19, 1943
Publication Date: -1992
Frequency: triweekly[<1989>-1992]
weekly[ former <1926-1945>]
semiweekly[ former <1981-1983>]
three times a week
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Okeechobee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Okeechobee County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
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 35 Okeechobee, Florida, Friday, February 19, 1943 Price Five Cents

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I AND CARRY WITH YOU WHEN YOU REGIS- The Wesleyan Service Guild met i Barnet

Lilly Padgett of Clewlbton at the Methodist Church Tuesday

and Perry Duke of Okeechobee TER FOR RATION BOOK NUMBER TWO. night at 7 o'clock. An inspiring devotion Married
Mrs. T. H. Nix has Just returned "Peace"
were married in Okechobee Sunday I; on was given by !
from Jacksonville where she went Helen Won grey, Several hymns were
on account of the Illness of her morning In a quiet ceremony performed I Fora Appro.*). Bud,., Buruu No,0/.126.-2 sung. A short business meeting was
son Robert who Is with the naval by County Judge T W. I I Miss Aletha Walker became the
Jr. I Out app .f this DtcUratlon most .b. lied held.Those
Conely, O A ronnNO.R-1801 bride of H.
air forces M.
In that Barnet
city. wild DM Office of Prm Admlnlitratlon br present who enjoyed the Jr. In a
The bride is a daughter of MI'S'I .",It parson applying for War Ration) Book service and a short social hour in ceremony performed by County
Charles Moran of Pahokee Two for the mtniDtri of a family mill, and
I M.
., which refreshments Couse at his home in
Remils Padgett by sad Doran who U not 0 member a were i
who stationed employed in the sugar office heie. family unit.. Filt)) at ho lit* dooln.l.d.O"'CIO' were: Mattie Lee McCranie, MaryRalfoi'd Moore Haven Saturday night in the
with the armed I
forces at Avon Co.pon.'lIb.d.ducl.dfor..ppU.
The 11'1'0011Is a' son of Buster Duke I of
of the fondi listed below according to tho Rae Boettger Alta Lee presence a few friends.
Park spent Saturday and Sunday of Charleston. S. C., and Mrs. MICI' ADMINISTRATION' I ichtdulei announced or tho OlUco ., Fries \ Beville, Helen Mrs. Barnet is the attractive.
Wongrey, Kathryn
here with his Mr. and Mrs. Admlnlitratlon
P. Oauldlng of Houston, Texas. C'I
i daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. J,
B. K. Qifford and Constance Finger. I H.
For her wedding Mrs. Duke I
I Walker, Jr., and
After this meeting adjourned the I was born and
a gold street dress with white accessories CONSUMER DECLARATION ,
reared in
I circle went to the Red Cross workroom I She Is a

W. T. "Jabo" Simmons who is ----Clew.-.iston_y -News_ i Processed: Foods and Coffee : to make surgical dressings. I member of the high school graduating
with the United States Navy at V class of this year and will
Norfolk Va., left Wednesday to re- I HEREBY: CERTIFY thai I am authorized to apply for and receive graduate with her class in the
turn to camp after spending several Dr. AlsobrookLaid I a War Ration Book Two for each perton titled below ,,':0 U a Some Facts About spring.
member of family unit, or the other or suns
my person pp- I
days here with his Mr. Mr. Barnet is the
parents son of Mr. and
for whom I .m cling whoaef ar Ration Book One I have
and Mrs. Q. F. Simmons of East To Rest I uibmitttd lo the Board| Here On 'I Mrs. H. M. Barnet. Sr.. and WAS
Okeechobee. That the name of each person and number of his or her "War Rationing born and raised at Brooksvllle. He
o 0 0 Italian Book On are accurately listed belo"| i! Is employed by the Seaboard Railroad
J. P. Brooks grandson of Mr. and In Leesburg That none of these persons U confined or resident In an institution and Tues.Kdllor'i I and has made Okeechobee his
Mrs: J. F. Bond of East Okeechobee or I ie a member of the Armed Force. receiving iiiloibltnce ; Monday J{ headquarters for the past year
Is now stationed with the U. I in kind or eating In separate mct e. under an ofll er'l | After the ceremny at the home

S. Navy somewhere in the Pacific Dr B. E Alsobrook. long time I Thut command no other application for War Ration Book Two for these lot, Judge Couse the party went to
and word comes that he is getting resident of Okeechobee. died at the pi-rum hat been maser ;'"rnliiml nuir ihr point To, help nitliinlnitMUII l| HIM' "I.M.I. ,riinil 0 I i the home of Mr and Mrs. J. W

along fine and in the best of health. Arcadia hospital Saturday morningat That the following inventory statements are true and Include: no the ulll I |be nblr| | to ipi.nil tliilr: ''Crum. where a supper was servedto
.0' t 1:30: o'clock after a brief illne.s all indicated food owned by all persona included In this fund iliitlnm windy. The okiwihiilii'i\ ; the couple and a few friends
:Ni< >n'> IK riniiilnii n m. nf IIrlll'l,., I
Carl Stello. son of Mr and Mrs. He had been feeling bad from Declarations II I piii-h 0' whli-tt rxpliiln' 11 illlTcriMilplnno after which they returned to Okee-
K. E. Stello of Okeechobee has arrived severe case of the flu and on F C.Ofe. I of the new ration "proffnim. :;chobee where the happy young

safely In North Africa wherehe day he .became worse. Soon after 1. Pounds of coffee owned on November 28, 1912 Point rationing will be Introducedto I couple will make their home.
is stationed with the United noon he was carried to the has minus 1 pound for each penon included In !'.:'. the 3000 residents of Okeechobee Those .'''attending the wedding
States Army in that theatre of war. pltal where he died the next mom- Declaration whose age a* elated on War ButtonHook county with two-day registration from Okeechobee were Mr. and
Carl was shipped to England several One I. 14 year or older 1 February 22 and 23 during which I Mrs. H. M. Barnett Sr.. and Bryant -
months ago where he completed Ing.Dr.. Alsobrook was born at LisbonIn 2. Number of persona Included In thli I. they will get War Ration Book Two Bowden.
his training before being sent to Declaration whose age at dated i -one for each member of the
Lake County Florida, and
was on War Ration Book One ii lo household. i I.,. V
Africa. 62 years old when he died. Afte': years or older .
attending school in Lake Count Canned Fooilt i During this two-day period. all Radio Address of
Mrs. Earl Bond received a letter he went to Emory University where retail stocks of rationed goods will
this week from her husband whoIs he graduated in medicine Alte l'; Inc'.uJa!/ all commercially canned fruits (including ,!,k.; :!)1 be frozen to allow starekeepcrs to
I cnned'egelubll.'s canned fruit and vegetable Juice. canted !
with the armed forces in North leaving school he practiced in Lees- oupii. chili sauce,|and catsup. | pet their stocks in shape before President Will Be

Africa in which he said he was burg and then in Pasco County.He Do not include canned oliveii canned meal and fi-ilr r' '.e, the day point ration shopping begins I

setting along fine but would like to opened his offhe in Okeechobee relish) jellies, fame, and pre ervei| spaghetti, ma '... rod In other words you will not Feb. 22 FeatureTallahassee
see Okeechobee. In 1919 and except for a very short I noodles; or home-canned food, be able to buy any of the rationed :
time he has made this his home I S. Number of cans, bottles, and jars (8-ounce size or I foods during the registration per
Connie Raulerson will leave next since. larger) of commercially packed fruits, vegeta lod but you will be able to buy I -
week for Miami where he goes to Funeral !services were conducted owned and soups, chili sauce and cuttuu other unratloned foods. Feb. 17. (Special)-
I on February 21, 1943, minus 5 for
President Roosevelt will deliver a
enter the army air service. He enlisted at the Baptist church here yester- earls person Included in this Declaration 0 ..... The registration\ \work on the I I
several months ago but was day morning at 9:30: with Rev. D. 4. Number of persons included in this same principle as an automobile assembly special George Washington Day

not called to active duty until this O Alderman In charge of the services I Declaration ........-...... line. Every step will be celebration radio address February
ueek. Connie was attending the and the body was carried t' The name of each person included In this Declaration and the clearly denned: 22 it was learned today.

University of Florida but when call Leesburg where interment, was irfthf I number of his or her War Kalian Book. One 1st 1.,. Any,adult member of the fam- : Tru exact time of the President'sWashington ,
"'(Fit4Ar2ce ect ""at-e' & '" Son.*'Alf states'' tout Ptnf Fiome ". r.riaNlim6al"af. tMay.?egLNCet t-7br"alt Tetilh8rtof ", CJJOe&7'1'IaO'ft''bHnit,1'iZ'i 1I.1.i: .b e' I :;
'was'1I" \ placer
he quit school and enlisted In the of business were lOlled yesterda- I.-: :: =: = : :: : : :i-l the group. To enter the regis- for military reasons
.. .. _. ,.___. but it will be made at night during
Air tration center, he must show at
Army Corps. morning from 9:30: to 10:30: out .
e eMr respect to his memory. 2................................._ ...._......_...._..._.... the door a copy of War Ration : the numerous Washington Day

and Mrs. J. H. Walke Ji He is survived by his widow and \ 3........-......-._....-.-........-...... ..............__._...._. Book One tougar-coflee) for each I dinners that will be held throughout -

received a letter from:: their son one son Edward Alsobrook of Ar- 4t ........!............_............. ._......_._ .. ._._..._._._._.... member of the group for whom he The the country Washington Day Celebra-
Johnnie Wednesday in which he eadla. and one daughter. Mrs. .. wishes to register.
said that he had flnallj received "hde Christopher of Arizona. S........................-. ._.........._ _.._.-._-__...._. I 2. Next he will fill out a form tion is staged annually to raise

some copies o( The Okeechobee The poll bearers were Roy Raul- We ........i..................;_........................ _..................._....... for the declaration of the number funds tor the National Democratic

News and was more than glad to erscn. W D. Coker. and J. O. 7............................................. ........_......._......... of containers of the rationed commercially j I Party and the program in Florida State
read about the folks back home I canned goods at home. Is being actively supported by
Wolff.LESSONSERMON 8. .................................................... ............................. I' Treasurer J. Edwin Larson who Is
Tic letter was written January 22 V-- Just One figure need be given-the ,I
and did not reach here until Wednesday : OF additional apace It needed attach separate sheet tctal number of containers minus chairman of the State Executive

February 17, taking almcs CHURCHES OF CIIRIST, the allowance (five' 8-oz. containersper I Committee.

39( days to come from where he is SCIENTIST, SUNDAY .................. person). Each separate kind of :I Reports received at State Head-
located In the Pacific. In his letter (Slinatur*of applicant or authoring food need not be "reported. Home I quarters Indicate that many cities
l'OTlCr.-S..lion: 11 (A) of the aunt) in Florida are planning dinners
he said he was getting along fine "M IN D" Is the subject of Umud fcutel Criminal Codo ", ok.. preserved foods do not count.
: nd( was well. the lesson-sermon which will be It criminal. oe.n... puimhabU bra _....................__...._._...._ 3. Next he must report how many and dances to which contributorsto
maximum of In year.' Impriton-' (Address) the party fund will be issued
read in churches of Christ. Scientist meat. lU.ltl Boo. 01 both to make pounds of coffee were on hand on
Word has been received here that a falM tttUntnl or rtprcfrrntatloau November 28 the date coffee rationing special Invitations.The .
throughout the world on Sunday lo" say meter within fix Jurndic' ........... ...._._. _._...-.r quota for the state Is $27,*
J C. Lowe son of Mr. and Mrs. February 21. lion of aar dipartmonl' or aioacr oftbt (Clil and etia) went into effect-less one
John Lowe of Okeechobee who Is The Golden Text Is: "The Lordof Ual)too! Slatei. pound for each adult. Stamps for 00000.

In the United States Navy. Is aboard hosts:: hath sworn, saying. Surelyas excess amounts will be torn from V

a destroyer and is somewhereIn I have thought, so shall it come A o. e. owruMMf ramiM souse i '..* l.-HTr-| the sugar-coffee ration book. "ARMY CHAPLAIN""Army
the Atlantic Ocean 4. At the distribution unit the -
to pass: and as I have purposed so ---- ----I
Chaplain" the third In
shall it stand" ((Isaiah 14:24): 1 registrant will present the sugar-
regarded unless it amounts to oneha.11 "This America" series, graphic
Among the Okeechobee County the citations which com- More Facts About 1 i: coffee books and the declaration Is
Among cent In which .
| or more, case It. ally pictures the dramatic role
boys who are now in the fightingin the Lesson-Sermon is the 1 I form for canned goods to a clerk
prise shall be Increased to one cent.
North Africa are Herman and Bible "0 Lord who will keep the form and tear played in Uncle Sam's great army
from the : '
following Your Income Tax I i I The tax due, if any should be' by the chaplains of every faith
Huey Glenn Watford, sons of Mr. our God, other lords beside thee paid In cash at the collector's of'fflce out of each War Ration Book to Protestant Catholic and Jew.
and Mrs Walter Watford. Both of but 'I be Issued the correct number of
dominion over us; '
)have ,' or by check or order drama that takes
money I Here is factual
tree boys have been In the army mentionof point coupons to cover excess stock.
by the. only we And How It Works payable to "Collector of InternalRevenue" one step by step through the life
have One
and Ration Books
many months now they thy name" (Isaiah 26:13): ), 5. Both War
In the case of paymentin of all denominations -
arrived safely in Africa where the V and Two will be passed to a recordIng of our army chaplains
cash, the taxpayer should in every from civilian life to
the thickest and hardest transfer the
fighting Is RENT Five room house, clerk who will
Taxes due on a return filed for Instance require and the col Identifying information from each the chaplain school to camp, to
furnished. All modern conveniences the calendar year 1942 may be paidIn lector should furnish a receipt. In sugar-coffee book to the front of active duty on the firing line. In

Charles Turner, who entered the : C. Winkler 9' full at the time for the filing of the case of payments made by the new ration books. the army chaplain school in Cambridge -

Navy a year and a half ago has Okeechobee High School with the the return on or before March 15. check or money order, however the 8. A document clerk will assigna Mass., we see the thoroughway

'-rently been promoted to radio Class of 1941. He played four yearsof 1943. The tax may, at the option of canceled check or the money order serial number to each point rationing in which both spiritual and

mate third class which is doing high school football one year of the taxpayer, be paid In four equal receipt is Usually a sufficient receipt book and keep a record of military subjects are taught to hun-

mUhty well for one so young. which he served as captain. Cadet payments instead of in a single the serial number Issued to each dreds of .volunteers.
Charles Is one of the boys who Barber's father was an officer with nayment, in which case the first V book holder. i From there scenes in BaUan

:answered the Navy's call for young the A. E. F. in 1917. Before entering Installment Is to be paid on or before FLORIDA DEMOCRATS TO .The final' step will be the validation tinder fire are shown with the

men, for he went in so young he the armed forces he worked as March 15, the second on or CONTRIBUTE $27,00009 TO of the book by a clerk who chaplain giving our soldiers the
"i to have parental consent. Receiving rodman for the United States En- before June 13 the third on or be- PARTY FUNDS THIS YEAR will stamp it and write in the serial word of cheer that they so greatly

his radio training on the tfneers Dept. 'rre September 15, and the fourthon number making It officially need. Administering to the dying,
West Coast, he was stationed In e e 'or before December 15, 1943. If Tallahassee, Feb. 18. (FNS-In) complete. I aiding and comforting the sick

Oregon and In California. He has The American Red Cross the taxpayer elects to pay his tax accepting the chairmanship of the Each person will then have giving 'strength and faith' to the

been at sea for many months now Station Hospital in four installments, each of the I'state committee for -the celebration copy ot War Ration Book Two I weak are all a part of the chap-

and is somewhere in the Southwest Kearns Utah, Feb. 6, 1943 four installments must be equal in 'or Washington' birthday in the his insurance of a fair share of lain's dally routine.
Pacific. He wrote his mother Mr J, O. Wolff Chm. amount but any installment may annual drive for funds for the all rationed foods. Like its predecessors "Army

that! he had not talked to a womanIn Okeechobee County Chapter be paid at the election of the tax- I I Democratic party. J. Edwin Larson The rationing beard has made Chaplain" is given strength and

seven months and had not American Red Cross, paler. prior to the time prescribedfor I expressed confidence that Florida arrangements to hold the registration power through Its utter truth and
seen a white woman. dewteton Okeechobee. FloridaRe its payment. If an installment would go "over the top" In raising I in the. circuit court room at simplicity. It is deeply moving and

News. : Lee. William H. (Pvt.) I U not paid in full on or before the 1 1U quota of 2700000. : the court house and the teachers entertaining.At .
S S Dear Mr Wolff: date fixed for its payment, the The state committee for this effort of the school here in Okeechobee the Gilbert Theatre Sundayand

Maxwell Field. Ala., Feb. 8. Will you kindly advise Mrs. Cora whole amount of the tax remain- I is composed of Governor Spes-. I will handle the details of registering Monday
lard Holland. State Treasurer Edwin i iI
Donald Oary Barber, son of Mr. Lee of Okeechobee that the condition Irg unpaid is required to be paid which will begin at 9 a. m. and I V
and Mis. J. L. Barber of Okeecho- of her son, Private William upon notice and demand from the I I Larson, E. A. Falrcloth, all of I' continue through until 8 p. m. both MPS. II. H. DEYARMAN
Tallahassee J. Rox Farrlor. Tam I MIAMI
bee Fla., Is now enrolled as an Lee. continues to Improve. collector. Monday and Tuesday LAID TO REST IN
aviation cadet In the Army Air Today we talked to him and -to The tax must be paid to the collector <. pa, Rex Sweat, Jacksonville, A. V i SUNDAY AFTERNOON
Clifton Johnson, Pensacola A. A. ______
Pilots for the I i I.
Forces Pre-Fllglit School for the doctor. Private Lee said that of Internal revenue To worry about tomorrow is to
.t Maxwell Field, located on the he is feeling better and is able to district in which the taxpayer's re- Poster, West Palm Beach ,and John fall of devotion to the tasks of today Mrs. H. H. De army an, who diedIn

outskirts of Montgomery, the capital write to his family himself. The tvrn is required to be 1\led-that Q. Biker, Orlando. Honorary mem and 10 to spoil both days. the Weems Hospital. Bearing

of Alabama, doctor reported that he was "doing i*. to: the collector for the districtIn bers Include Florida' Washington William Dewitt Hyde.A last week, was laid to rest In a
Here the new ,class of cadets Is fine." which la located the taxpayer'slegal delegation ,and state and national Miami cemetery last Sunday afternoon -

receiving nine weeks of Intensive It appears that no more reports residence or principal place Democratic committeemen. and women A bill to permit the federal government by the side of her husband

military physical and academlJ will now be necessary.We of business, or if he has no legal communities to acquire the S-mlle Gulf who passed on several years ago.
training preparatory to beginning hope this service has been residence or principal place of bus- Many plan dinners county canal at a cost not to treed Funeral services were conducted
their actual flight instruction atone helpful. IneM In the United States, then to and other events, funds from which $200.000, was Introduced re- by a priest of the Catholic church

of the many'' primary flying .Very truly yours, the collector of internal revenue at will go toward meeting Florida'squota. cently Congressman Bob Sikes of Miami .
school In the Army Forces Miss) Gloria Rich, Baltimore, Maryland. ji- of Florida.:: The action had been V--
Southeast Training Center. Asst. Field Director In the payment of taxes a fractional ----VIt agreed upon at a meeting of the News printing satisfies.

Cadet Barber graduated tram the Station Hospital part of a cent U to .be dls- pays. to advertise.A' Florida congressional delegation. Subscribe .for The News

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I believe In the Intelligence of our: 1 Legal Advertisements f OTHK TO fKFPITOns I(I beet cash bid, subject to the right of I+I Okeechohee, Plate of Florida, to-wit;
ODItl'lcltl1bllNl'fUSI[ (19:.. I'ohut..1.. .WITH, lit .ltO) the Trustees nf the Interim! Impnneuii'iit Uri Lot 8 lens land owned by
Congress and In Its ability to make IN TIIH: COl. KT OK ''Mils! Cut'NOT Fund to reject OilY and all bliU.il I I Mrs. Ellen Haulcrson and J, A.
our laws I believe In the wlsdr --- ---. ---- --- -- Ji'IM.IJ;' ()KI;I:('IloltlF: ; cor.vrv.! Hi I Court llnusc, lit 10 A. M.V>n the Daughtry. Sec 21 Twp. 37, IIge.
Fl.UKIlM. IN; I'KOH.Ui; ISIb( day of March 11)41) Kiixement I 31, containing 33 acres.
Published the and Judgment of our courts. 1 I NOTICE fur road rlgbt of way 200 feet wide will uf suld
Every Friday by I In re.: Entitle' of I The ,," believe in the executive ability of," O! Certificate was name
Okeochobe News Co., at Okeechobee. February 1, IfMII H I.. Brewer, ])<>ct>din>,ilI under said
: which there II an existing Htnte head
To All t'ntilltori at Alislln A Ulccou.
and Persuiis
Okeechobee County, Florida the men we Americans elected 1 I 1 NOTICE I* HKItrBY OIVDN.': Thai I I Clnlms or Dcniuntls' Against Hiivlnii gull Lots 7 situ 8, Blk 4, Southern Unless said Certificates shall bt r.-
1900. In 1912 and In 1932. I will pnriiinnt to Hpctlnii n of Clmptor 112WV: Estate Phiee Additionrniwnas deemed according to law property dtiiTlhed -
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Laws nf rinrliln Acts of 11)37. known I II
BRYANT BOWDEN ........... Editor! hold this belief In the executive ns (hi> MIlll'llYCT. thp following You and each of you ore hereby : OK. TilE INTEKNALiMri therein shall be sold to tbs door hlgb-on
of the President ili'.,'. okcprhnbcH OonntT. ami reiiilrnl to iwwiit n\ >\iMi.\r: ; KUMJ OK 'IUBKI'ATH lit bidder at the Courthouse
ability new I the month of
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I I 1n' "- ou1a'Irvsere which you, or OK FLORIDA.Bv .
Entered as second class matter we will elect in 1944. I believe pulilli l terryiKhr ante, eat r ot you, niny have against tboentitle Itoy K. ItnuUNnn Agent March, 11)1:1 1 ,, which 11 the tot day of

United I of H L. Brewer, cURled I lute rustevi i. I. Fund, Okvevhobe March 1913, .
July 1. 1914 at the Post Office In the Constitution of the rsh Mil cidJe tht
of Jummry,
2Mb day :
of sill this
I TniKtci's of Intprnnl County, to the County .1 Udge Countv/, Hurlda.NOlltK Dated
Okeechobee Florida under the States of America Under this Con- to 1 ImpruvtMiientKmul I of OkeiHhoheo County Klurldii,, at his -- -- I. I.OY II, WVfLKUSO.V
rcjoct t
Act of March 8, 1879SUBSCRIPTION. stitution we have won every war the Court 11011.., nt 10 A, M. on thni 1. nave In the court house of stir County OK AI'l'IICATION FOR Clerk Okecchobee Circuit Couuty Court, Florida of
I at Oktwhobee, Florida, wltliln fight TAX DfcKII
I be- i lllb dnv of Marc Il1tII.pllll'lIt: I
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1 for mini right uf wag 2K( fret nlilnwill calendar months from the time of the I Law of 1935 (Cheiilt (ourl Sul
RATE come embroiled. Under this Constitution he n-BiTvcil from any IpnrcelIhroiiirli I first publication of this notice. Each I Notice II hereby, given that AinuOroni .

One year In advance. ...... ...... $2.00 we will not lose this one nhlcb thenIs 1111 piUtlnii clulm or dnmund shall be In writing holder of Tax CerllUcateAo. : What Is meant by redeemingtime
and shall Hum. the place o( residence 1USO, lusued the Stb day of September fill the hours full of
i tnto Itond. ? It Is to
months In advance ..... .... 100 I, ,
Six ,.. ,
V sail ,
office address
I.ols Cl Bud T. Ilk I. Ilnss'. pith' I I pout of the .1.110'1 A. l>. 1UJ7, bun filed same In to fill them
Three months In advance ...... .'75 I llvUlon of NNV'J of SIJi, nf :-. JoII; | nut. and I shall he morn to uty offlc ; hoe made application(' for the rightest freight,
; claimant, agent or attorney, and any a Tax Died l to be ladled, thereon Suld of thought, feeling,
: Local Happenings 8c<'. 11, 1'u37 S. HIT m: .:. I I I with the life
I I "inn rlnlin or demand not HO filed'shall : Certificate embraces the following dencrll -
Advertising! bills are payable on Lnts 2 In H 1111' and 10 to VII : action as they pass.-Clarke.
I I Inc Ilk I. and, lots 1 to 81 Im.. he void. I I I >ed property In the County of
the first of each month Parties KANSAS!'! !'! BREWER.AH .
Blk .'. Kllpdirc ( Iki'oi' 'liolii'O' I'urli. on,1 I ----
I ; hler SiilMlMslon if XW'nf foil'."', Ix"to.: of tho Lalt11I ---
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unknown to publishers required to D. S. Hudson of the Citizens I Testament of
of SHVi See 17. 1'W7.| llgo .11. I
pay In advance. Bank of Stuart. was attend- I Lots IS end) 19. Hlk F, Wright 1 __ -t! L: Brewer,_ deceaN'dxoTl'E I ,
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ing to business and seeing friends & lliiss SiiliillxlHlon lit foil\ 1/4 ofSU'4 .
Reading notices In local columns, ofK'i. foIp,.. 11 Two. 117:: OFAl'I'LI'SrhOV
lino Tuesday.I I 8, KB .11 Ki :. Hill T\N DEEDI.aNs
ID cents a lIne. Rates for display nf loll
I -o '
advertising furnished on application IMI'ltOXKMh.NT( ; ITM ,It' THE Xotlee Is herein' given thnt Unimex
i T. M. Jcirell has Just returned I HI'ATK n|.' "KIOKIUA and Ilaulprson holders, of Tax Certificates YOUR TIRES NEEDRECAPPING :
Classified advertising. 2 cents. No 4. B, 0
to 2t Inclusive, 23.
Palm Harbor '
home from /I) BOY! II. ItA"LIltfolOAII.II1" : ; I
each word per Insertion All Items I Trnili'cs I L I Fund. OklrellobeeCounty 24, 41. 42 and 41. Issued the nth lav l
where she went to attend the funeral Florida of August, A D. 11110. has fled sums i
regarding! enterprises conducted for service of a friend. In my office : him made nppllrntlon forn
profit are chargeable at rdvertlslng! I Tax Deed to ho Issued thereon Said

rates. -o- OlillMt Hilt I 1'1( 111.K'VTKINIlll Certlflintes emhrace the fnll'inlnf ib'soill'i'd .
Miss Madeline Padgett was car- .I. K>U I\OKK.. i rnpirt\. ) In the Trinity ofOkfuliiih
Sue i'uulliie llnskln, Coniphdmut., ".< state or rinrliln tii-wit,
rind to the Fort Pierce hospital the |
----- ----- v.. Lots 11 2* and 21). See' 3. Twp 7

.:..:.....:..:..:..:..:..:..:.,:,{..:,01..:..:..:.++.:,.:..:..:..:, dergoing first of the treatment week where for she blood Is pol-un- To Condor Condor: Owen Owen nnskln Buskin, Drrandmit., Norfolk S4 St,. Itffe.HK-P. 31 33; ;Lot All 20 Block. sls.1. Twp to 6 I

VnvnI Ilimpltnl I'ortKinoiitli 1'u.It Inclusive, 't, 11 in Jt Inclusive
Too Late To Classify {I s"nlng. niiiiciirliiff." h\ swami bill of coui- jn' mid 27 Bud 2'l! to fl4 Inclusive
All Block 7 fret lot 7.
-o- I "plaint Itli'd In this rnumthnt the I iliffMiduiit -
lit. IIIMil. K 11' All Blink ft less lot 14 All meek
Condor Owen linskln U u Have them recapped by Humphries at
:Mrs S M. Swain is spending this 10 loss 'lots 2, 3, 0. 7 and, A. All
-:..:.'i:.i:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:L.J: :.-:..:..:l..:....{:'-:..:'-:. week in Fort Pierce with her daughter. luis 1'.1010'111)been of nbst'iit the Slide from of sulil riorldu 1 Stnte lint for Block 21 loss lots 11 and 1S All

i inon than sixty ilii.\n prior to HlliiK Block 2a Inca lots 7 unit a. Town- Fort Pierce in one of the South's finest plants
who is
Virginia recuperating
Maybe it is a little late to be I Kill of ('IIl11pllllnt In thin muse and site of Deesn, n inhdlvMon\ of
talking about Christmas I I from an operation to remove Ihlll I his lust known niMrexs, was Norfolk S'4 of NW'4 and \H: of SWj'
greetingsand II I her She is rapidly ImI : Naval lluspllal. 1'ortsiuuuth VII" Sec. 11. Twp. It, KIP Si : lot 1ftioc -nine years experience-finest workman-
New Year's messages, but I appendix. slid thut said def'Midiiut nan not In in Twp 34, Rm 33 : Lot 1(1( '
received the following from E. proving and Is expected to return tbe armed forces of tlii t'nltvd stntcs oe. 27. T"'n. SI, II(to. 31': Lot 21
W.I I home today or tomorrow. of Ainrriiii.; It In therefore ordered See 29. Tap. 14. llti .TJ: !..otI.. I ship-best of materials-and a reputationfor
Llns. division manager of the American Hint the said Condor Owen lluskln be Sec HI Twp. 34, Rite. 11 : Tot :21SPP .
Fruit Growers at Kendall j I -o- and be Is hereby ordered to appear 11 Twp 33 \(1/8.| 34 ; Lot 24. ,
{I! William R. Fielding St Petersburg tu Die lllll of Cuiiiplnlnt tiled In mild I Sea 11. Twp 31, Hire, 'H nod square dealing. You can drive over and
Florida which I feel deserves passing who recently enteredthe UIIIHO on or hefortthe 1st clay otMiinb F. 'II of Lot 211.! See 22. Twp 3.,. ,

on. He writes: I i I attorney A. I). lllll\ nllierulse the nlleViiUons II BC. 34. via truck line have
"I sent Christmas mlitary service has resignedas In mi.hi cause will be tukeu, Tbo npsoxsincnts of snM, i property. wait-Ship them to us or
no greetingsthis confessed b Bold fendunt. nndir mill Certltlmtei issued' were In I
the State Board of KM )
year. I tried but I couldnt I a member of It In furl her ordered that this order the tinniM of- W. S. CJliln] C. K.nnlmns .. local service station send them to ;
find Christmas In heart. 'Peaceon 'Law' Examiners for the First Con- lio published once a week fur fourloiiMi'eutlvu II TI. Erlrkenn; T"nknown'l your us.
my ('. C. Bone. Armottn ,
District. Governor Hol- weeks In the Okcu'holiee.Ni'
earth good will to men' seemedas I gresslonel { : H. a ncw .papor iiuhllshed In Oke- Canter( Kiln M Wanner, Margaret P"I We do work for the Army Navy State Road
far away as my mother's vole land has appointed Dewey A. DeBradcnton bnliee, Florida. Ornv. and S. K':. Schollnner. ,
I former state attorney Dnti'd this jNth ilny of January .\. 1 tiles* saM CcrtltlcntoH shall lie re 1
singing 'Silent Night' many Christmases I' 1U4J. rti uned iiniirilliiE' to low. property Department and large fleet owners. ,
and president pro tern of the 1941 HOY U KAl'MTHKUS' si rllied) therein, elicit he sold l to dO-I many

ago. I Senate to serve the unexpiredterm. Clerk Circuit: Court highest hldili, nt the ronrtlionse, ,
"I'd make a miserable soldier I KHiiplironlii Tensu, II C. on flu ftrot Momlnv In the innnth n'l Our work is guaranteed to give satisfactionand
develj j March inn. which Is the 1-t dn)' of
fear Perhaps I'm too old to (Clreult CourtIIItllKK Seal) I
| ---V Mirrh, 1011
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op that 'killer' instinct Perhaps 1' I Dated this bash dnv of Jannan.nn I I we can usually give 24-hour service.

there are a few more Jobs I'd like INCOME: TAX EXPERT TO Kill 1'I 1(1.K'.ITIOVlllll I .
fur Kltont.l.hlrn
do before I die myself or perhaps RETURN TO OKEECIIOBEE
to 1 Klmuns I Complainant, Clerk of Circuit Court
it's that sissy streak that pre AGAIN LATE NEXT WEEK vsU Ik"'mhnheu Count .i., Florida.

I1. Niinuus, L>..teiiduiit (Circuit Court SellNotice ,
deer. ..
vents from shooting a I
me -- -- -
'j'" K I'. Simon. 1130 Cl)"de I'll" Pltll'11I"lIh. Humphries Tire & Retreading Co.
"I hate Hitler Mussolini and W V. Wilson Income tax expert I'u. NOMCK '

their Ilk. I hate them as much as'I and accountant will leave today It uppeurlng hy n sworn Mil of uompliilnt In), hereby beretnfnre given upnulnli that I J. Iliuolernignod ilSpulul I
I Illed) In thin muse Hint' the tie
where he will stay
because I'm for Jacksonville Muster In <'Imnom' in and h)
I can hate anybody fi-udnnt. U I'. Simons U a roHldiut Phone 139 FORT PIERCE FLA.
several days attending to business. ofriorldu tin Illllll. iliili'e I'lilited mi Ihr I Hill dilol \' ,
selfish probably They have caused of A Mute other than the Mute
I D. ; hv the slue
rdirniiry A. I'D.I I
said and U a rexldenl uf 0.1(1; Cl.deSt .
so much to be taken from me I Before leaving Mr. .. rittsluiryb I'n, Is whore the age A. O Kanner, Judge of the Cln'nil
finished with all Cniirt In and, for Okoei hnl ..' (' uulHollilii \
of that he had not > ''
III the
They have taken the blood my uf IIwnlY-lIl1. }lira and not
In I'hunierv' III Hull, cerium,,
. friends. of his work here and would return armed fories of the Lulled Stutex uf
.ft1endnd my frlenjds' ordered this tons, therein pending; nhiTt'tn 1'AU
Auierlin : ItIs therefore
---- -. -- --
Indirectly they have taken from I the latter part of next week and the mild ''lIIi.re.Io'"t' delenduiit It. 1'. M.K MIOllliil-,, a riurtili, ro? ---- ---
would spend several more days hereIn MUIUIIS, lib and he Is hrrrby requiredto nillon. In I pliilntm and, 1.. K: \Ic\\ll I
that I en
me the material things tn thp Hill of Complaint lliiniK "I, Din. are ilofi'iidiinlHlll' t I''< I
joy-the things that have perhaps I' making up income tax returnsfor tiled In unit! iiurtu, uii or beforo the executi Hie ethic lit sold llnal ditiei '
citizens of the who desired >,, ofler for solo' iind, sell fnr rush, ,
such enough county llrHt ilii)' df March .\ I). IUU utherulse ;
made soft as NOTICE
me In mild will IK'fun' the runt door ot the CIMII'
the allegations cause
his services. I
: .
to visit folks I like, that litI I I he taken tin eunlcned In snld ,de Iliiunu III okoevhnliee: I

tle extra bedside radio, that additional I V fl'n.lllllt.It Is further ordered thnt this aria M.mh.CinulrinilUu.lllll: the, siiine on" the IIk'.P.hUI..j' To Landowners in Everglades Drainage District:

spoonful of sugar the extra Growers of Central and South he pulilislied ours n week rot four lUI'i and'. n loifiil sales day ,, !

thick sirloin when I was in America are reported to be in the consecutive weeks In the Okeeebobue kiwi huurs of sale the following ,dincrlhl'il The Everglades Act which became law June 3, 1941 containsthe
properly, situate, eying nm
1t'wa. ,pnliliMliiit In snldCoiinn I
a nouMpiijn'
the notion or that trip to my market for unlimited quantities of ( mill,, I state, b.lllir 'In Okeeiliubie (''iiuul.Mnrl. <100< following provision: 1
I enjoyedbeing I ramie roots Florida farmers can l of .\. W'-a >>f tV lk of SenIDIIi. and 1
shack In Maine. How )"ted this 2titli day January "Ii: ,,t Soctluu .'I'I'U\\ 11.,11', 17 SECTION 15 (1)) This section shall remain In full force and
like that I It was so much grow them at small cost and net a 1) IIM.'J: I for (2) the I
soft ROY It llVCICIiSUS, South Hantre 14 lust effect two ( ) fears from date this Act shall become a

fun to know that when you worked I handsome profit at the same time Clurk Clnult Court lull sale to he siihjeit to inMrnitilfi, law and at the expiration of such (2) years period then the fee 1

like hell and earned a few dollars i be developing a commercial plant- II'hrull, Couit l)> Sophrunln Seiil fence, H I'. In.I'lirilinmr the Court to \II.,\' for deed I simple title to all lands against which there remains outstanding ,

you could spend It as you wished i, ing of their own for the future sale -. --.... -- -- rNOTICE ,,'. C. MOUUAX any such tax sale certificates or tax liens shall become absolutely
soft as desired 'I of fibre. AN spot. lit Muster Iti, ('''n u < i vested In the Board of Commissioners of Everglades Drainage
Just being you nfurt--.llil,
y OF APPLICATION District and every right title or Interest of every nature or kind
Isolationist. I M A lloHlu
"I guess I was an I FOR T4X DEED ,
didn't want us In this war. Maybe I T.1mp-: street cars carried 18550- Laws of 19.15Nutlti : Aiturney fur I'lulutlff' whatsoever of the former owner of said property. or any one

l Ic heri-ln 1111','" flint I i 'mils Auinllu, rinrlda claiming bv through or under him, or any one holding any lien
I Just didn't understand that it 521 persons in 1942 an increase of H \\rltfht. bolds uf 'I 1',Ceriltlvnles thereon shall cease. terminate and be at an end and the Boardof

had to be So( whatHere we are' 5551076 over 1941. Tighter gaso- NII. 3,14 sad, IIVi: IHSIICI) tin 'ml dn\' MIIKI.iOkeechnlii :(!'ollnl Commissioners of Everglades Drainage District shall be auth- i
?! y. Florida
of \. 1>. Tax Certlflentes
August I'UO.
in it up to our necks. so let's do line restrictions have caused an- Nn lsH! I' ivi'i' VIIKI! :'. Hint\ and 1 10111isaneil .','.h.llllrII.. 1943O'Ilrl orized and empowered to sell the said lands as provided by law,

all we can to win it win it In sucha other increase and Indlcit'cns are 1 the 'ith fin) nl Septemer .\. I11C7 >. \ i: Io i :! uLiinnv( ;: uivnx: TimtpurBiiaiit :
tu Seetlon\ "I't !) This' notice! I Is for
Ixsuedthe riniiitvr' 1'2'MI published your protection.
of the that will reach all time ; Tax Certlllmte: 10H.1. 'I
the people t an
way that we LIIIVof I'orlilii: \ Mi 1 I 2nd dnt Jnne..t., H lll.l'iami:\ : 1 '
United States of America can head high. The Tampa Electric! Company Tnx: Certtnente No: l.M, bill the the, 1'J:1'IIACT.: Ihs, fnllimlint deserllieil E> .\ DRAINAGE DISTRICT

up the peace table and Justly dictate I still maintains a 5c fare lowest rate 7th day of AiltflHt. A. D. I'HK lint"flIIM liiiid nlll' In Im OI ortered;,' ,'llOh fur,i'{> I'uthlttI'Iollda. sn '< III'I I
| In ninlflee line nude
aloe : nppllration
the terms. Let's dictate them In the nation. ; patine| iniiirv !I",i Ib.I hlirh,.s aid \
I "Inr n Tnx Iieed ,to he Issued, .'-'- _.. .
in such a way that all the u V thereon Sill Ortilirates emlirni the -
following deserlbeil property In thCniintv I I
little soft aienjiy
also be Just a
-- of okeeihohee, Stat of FlorItla -
the things that you and I to.nit ,

have enjoyed. They can't have 1tJ tc'vu/.u 'I fJi./: First Iota.\2,1
them right away of course, for If Lute 2 tn II I"..., Hlk. K. Wright

first we have a world to feed and Second lot 12 Atldltlon\Viluhfs Third Addition'Ihe .
W/lIi BON U i ik
lebuild but nothing is too difficultfor emiuieiits of cold propertyunder

a people who have a constructive sill (Vitltlrntes. ( lamed wire In I
the nnnus of Curtln K Wright: Bun t
goal and don't have to worr! nil I'belps : .:. I R. Wrlitht. H wIhilHt'x .

about the fellow next door knock- The Navy is making a peg: to : 'I... F. I nson and moth 1
collective ivlllans to turn in t their binoculars 1'IsbcrlesI .
Ing a chip off .-.. sill fVrllllt nli'it quill lie redKpiut'd
shoulders irmilitan! ;-e nilI'mIhe 'Vir The necnidlui to law, property dcm .,
rubber and \rmy and"r: \ nr-,"!' b "cu- rlheil therpln hall be sold to thehighest

"I'm too fat This ars for riiivii, it on and muting' Milder at the Courthouse door
and sirloin steak shortage .on the first Monday. In the month of
sugar\ I'll grin ;purposes DP' 'd-'g! on the power Mar)h, lint\ : which Is the lot dny of
will do me a lot of good. the lel1ls.th > cost from $50 Mac,'h. 1043. .

,''l dclng without lots more and enJOY I'f\ *80 each Dnted this 2Mh dnv of Jnnnnrv. VI41\
end this ROY Ii, \UIERSON: ,
order to help
it in
Clerk Circuit Court of
that little Oeorge Florida
-InnsL I hone Fe" OUoeclinhea County
extra pound ( (limit I Cuiirt Wenl) I
In Greece can get the -

of butter my wife couldn't buy last I'

the chocolate in the ;NOTKF
week. I hope
I I" All Whi'in It MIIV' CiineeriiNotln J v I ,
Hersey bar I didn't have yesterdayfinds Iri llelebv ghee tint the Illl

its way to young Hans in mlirnul. I'.MtKl.lt; Blinriinui. .n
Florldn oriHirntlon, lielnu the OVIHif '"'
Holland, and that Mad lon to 1 the i-nllre Led .of nlilih the h1"I',

Marseilles can have a 'mug' of Javain ii ,iftir ,it, he ininied, snlidlIslons ,in.,. o) .
port .",',1 ,IHIKI') gad. III uhlch Pit
placq of the second cup I didn'thave jiitne are loeiited nil) icily, to. tin'

this morning. IHIN:. Hi i.Ml II] OF t'"I'ST1'01 f al?
1IISS10NlIiit! : : 1110' 01"/-110111':.';
"I want this war over as quickly "'(M'NTFl.llKIHV.: nt the )hreh..t e
as our Commander-in-Chief. our I' I'M' nieetlnu of call IIOAIIH <>!' 1 > 4 ,rai
the boy from ('Ill'NT>' IniM I\II""lo-nl'l| | : h)' a pall
military linn asklnv sold lluVllli OF COVVTY i AJ
your house the kid who delivered DMMIXSIIIMiKH: til Vlleilte, for theinrpost > 4.Ir

last year, and all the rest If you have a itt of 6 x 30 up to h I' uf tnxnthin us piovldi'd >I' J
papers leetloiis Hi.i'JI and VIJ nil Arts nf FloIdn
it us can finish It. I want everybody I 1 x 50-power tense binoculars loan I I'M!. the pints, of the follnnlni.. L' L ,
in this world-white. black 'I them to the Army or Navy If not moans snliiliiliiliiiis) althide bring unitli PI + ,
I >h. '. ", ,.. .
of War Donds and ) i ""'iee tiinitv F'lii'ldnikeeiliohoe '
red or yellow to have a fair break, your purchase ( Coiinlry) Club( His, .

to eat well and live well If they : Stamps will hrlp buy this equip I Hit hetnit\ a Snlidlrlslnn nf E'1h I y .

it. I am willing to do I ment for our fighting forces, At least nf. Is'4: nil. WV. of .:'.,> of Sir. I
work for
: ten percent of your income in War tlnn 21, Inunshlit. :117 South Itnuire 1
with less if that will mean they .'!! Fast : Bnhr .'111'11I.. belnir n cub
I am Bond every payday will do the I II I ,11101"| nf \V'cxeopt" J K'A: ofNWVi
83 are you.
can have more : I job and provide the "eyes" I and X' I of Xt:'/ ..t "\\''/,

not willing to have my life regimented through which scouting pilot may I I of Hi'ctinn 21 1. Tonnshlp IT! South I .

or my habits changed for I Itlinve :HI Eliot: : llolf 'I"h. hell," : "You can't Judge how much comfort so well-trained. Why
spot an enemy battleship. i{I i .lIhI"'I.I.t.]) : '" of NVland imagine. even on pay-night
the benefit of political theorist, (: S. 1'".,",\ DtpartmtntTo I I Nil of NFl ef KWV, of Samson Louise and I got out ot reading that there very little drinking done. I was

loafers or racketeers I am week not -- -- -- -- --- --- -I II I i 21 Kast Tonnshlp: Trople' llnrdens:17 'onth, helntf. U""IP1 II snh report by the Office ot War Information on particularly interested in that part which

willing to work 80 hours a ,lIv"I, ,," of \\' ', of Rectlnn J. drinking habits in and around Army camps. said the Army, with an eye to its own

while my neighbor only works 40 relieve BOLDS |' Tnnnshlp,nkeeihohee,17 8'iutb lUnae Park II helnviithilMslolil Kustllndsnti w: Il you hadn't loaned us your copy we'd still problem, usually prefers to have its camps ,
and has handed him on a Miseiy' o/ j I of lute 3: to ft of Him''k be ,worrying about our Jim all because in wet communities rather than dry com-
the things for which you "1)" of Trople durtlens' In Nopln" "
platter "
ot those silly rumors goin' around. munities because wet communities
I ITAIILF.Ti I : can be
labored and for whichwe I.KJllU 22. Townshln ,17 South, lI"nll" 51East
and I have to : Belvedere, Pink, wing a snhdlvlnlnn "I'm mighty glad to hear that John. regulated dry communities with their
have taught our children n' ants 10'I ind 11 of H'nelt, I
666 I. 'Iv)' of Trnple! nurdenx In Km'lion. M the report says no Army in American bootleggers tan'l. It's just more proof that
labor N4LVB!:
2. Tonnshlp 87 Smith hinge :M4Knst history has been to orderly so well-behaved prohibition dots not prohibit."
"I believe In Democracy the I I NO.K DROPS J : ,
type of Democracy that has made (011.11 UR01'nTry
((Soul fly ] II Parker.Vle .
the United States of America the \ preHldetil ..
greatest nation In the world. I I "Kuli.M.r-Tl.m"_ W."d.rhlLlnlm.nl ATTEST : Cnw>t 4 AM** amp Imtm.m, I_

I II 1 II H Parker

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Editor In Chief..... .....Molly Bowden THIS WEEK

Assistant Editor.....Sllvanus Harden Purple and Gold News"FOR Gilbert TheatreOkeechobee

Business Manager ... Eva Nelle Hall

Sports Reporter..Weldon Draughon -

Class Reporter ". June Cheshire A GREATER OKEECHOBEE HIGH SCHOOL"
Club Reporter Estelle Sanderfur

Social Reporters: Harry P. Green- I Friday & Saturday

berger, Phylls Cason.M1scellaneous FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 19, 1943

Reporters and Typ Double Feature

ists: Katheryn Sweatt, Bertha I Theta Beta Club News 1 Stop Look Listen!
Mercer, Perl lee Hunt, Jack Coker, Dopey Coin'sI Advice To
Myrna LOY -- William POWELL
Joe Underhill
Sylvia Snell, Marie
Maron Martin Reporter "Treasure Farm", .a three act
Walker, Betty Mae Thomas, Oveda I ID"SHADOWS
9 The Lovelorn : play with plenty of laughter
Boromel, Jean Lee Raulerson, Zel- February the meeting was :
da Johnson called to order by the president I] Und seriousness, will be presented OF THE
rie Jordan Martha Walker, Flor- FLASH I Has Betty Barber at Zelda Johnson was elected secre- I I I Thursday, !March 4, 1943 THIN MAN" .
Martin. Alvena Smith Marlon last Jilted Leslie? We were about ;I' eary of the club. Plans were made | Dear Auntie Triplechlns': ;, In the High School Auditorium.

I to think she'd never do It, but she for the play which they are goingto Auntie. 'I'm really In need of Keep this date In mind. with Donna Reed
must have 'cause she was seen with : March in the advice. and ----V----
present high any help you can give :- :
Dickey Dyer Saturday night. i school auditorium. After a short me will be appreciated. I
It's Student Council Meets CHARLES STARRETT
Not Fair What has happened to that meeting we adjcurned to continue ': You see, Auntie my real boy I

sweet romance between Sylvia and I our play practice. 'I friend Is In service. I didn't promIse } KrnurrM-night; NwrctnrrThe I in ,
What Is a cafeteria for? We were Damon? He must have The next meeting will be held at him I'd be true to him, but I fly
caught another I I "FIGHTINGBUCKAROO"
under the ipresslon that It'as for I girl In Canal Point. Well Harry P. Oreenberger's which will still think more of him than of any regular weekly business I

the students, but since we can only Sylvia's not doing bad herself.I : be a Joint business and social boI know. However I'm still in meeting of the student council was
get a limited supply of things we I meeting. high school, and if I don't go out I held Tuesday morning The first I .
I '
have found out that the teachers guess Frank Reeves has sworn I with other high school boys I'm |i I business discussed was the build- On the Rama Program" -

and friends of the people working off/ girls since he lost Betty Sue I I considered a "wet blanket", and : ing of the bicycle racks which will Late News

there are befriended Coca Colas Just wait 'till the right girl comes I Fire Alarm"Fire have to stay at home all the time I be built as soon as possible, and famous Band Novelty
and candy seem to be just for cer- along. I when the other girls are having a will be put In the basement room
tain people. We think that we all good time. next to the Girl Scout room. .
should be given like consideration. I We all send our best wishes to I Fire!I" came the shouts I don't see any harm in my going I The president then appointed the

For instance first come first served. I "granny" and we know she'll be from the seventh graders who were down to the Recreation Hall to the following committees: Sunday & Monday
and I'm sure the average student I very happy. Good luck. Kid. so Interested In a class In Miss show or to some social event witha I Sanitation Committee Frank i
Is polite enough to await his turn. Strickland's room Tuesday'* morn- high school boyfriend occasslon- Reeves Maron Martin and Robert
Ramona Is quite popular. We ing second period that the I Powers.
V-------- I agricul- ally. and I'm sure my boyfriend in Eioll FLYNN Ronald REAGAN
hear that It Is D. L. Pearce -
Good nature and good sense must I II ture room next to them was In the service sees no harm In it, but I Social Committee-Weldon Drau-

ever Join; I Maron might tease with all the I'blazes before they realized it. With the other kids get the wrong Idea I| ghon Lauiens Reeves and Margaret 'In

To err Is human to forgive, I the seventh graders acting as fire I they seem to think I can only think Upthegrove. "DESPERATEJOURNEY"
girls around here but his and
divine. -Pope. I I I, wardens the other classes were soon I of one boyfriend at a time. And I Chapel Committee Frances
only lives In Baltimore. I hear he
V : I, notified and the building was soon that if I like the boy In service at Knight, Juanita Pearce and Alvyna
gets some mighty sweet letters from
'evacuated i and the boy scouts ser- all. that I should not go out with Sweat. with
Character Sketches her. Say. Maron. you've been hold- :
I I ived as firemen and the fire was anybody else. School Improvement Committee
Our TeachersNo. I Ing out on us. i' soon well In hand with little dam- I What do you think about this? -Edward Alderman, Clyde Dur- I Nancy Coleman Raymond Massey
Will Phyllis remain true to Connie age as the result. Anxiously awaiting your answer mice and Betty Mason. also!

1. The first sketch deals after he leaves on the 21st? The fire evidently began when PUzzled Me. Tribunal Committee-Jessie Ray I I "ThU Ii America" Army Chaplain
with one of our female teachers Maybe for a while Is our prophecy.but : the flames from the kerosene heat- ANSWER Watlord, Molly Bowden Billy
She Is not married-maybe becauseno not for long there's too many 1 er caught the bulletin board on fire. Dear "Puzzled Me": Goodwin. Al Raulerson Weldon I "Spirit of .\nnapolis"Late

one will have her-maybe because Interesting boys at home.Jo The stove and the bulletin board I feel sure that If your boyfriendIn Draughon. 1 News
he's in the army. She doesn't I. with a big mess Is about the extent the service has the same under- The first person named In each
mind hard work If it's easy andshe's Ann told me that Ada Jane of the damage With Porky Drau- sanding about this situation as committee is the chairman of that I I I Coming Attractions
was In the show last Saturday ghon. Doyle Stewart. Jack Coker. not and particular committee.
very pretty from the back. I you do, your friendship can 1 I
All her pupils like her 'cause she's night with Haynes. What's matterJo I acting as chief firemen under fire will not be broken by your livinga Monitors for school tribunal reports I
easy to get along with. except when Ann. Jealous? You know we ) chief Professor Williams, all the' normal life at home. were named by the council. I I I BABES ON BROADWAYNOW

she gives too much home work. thought Haynes was one of your available buckets were secured from Remember he may be gone a long and only those persons serving in VOYAGERI

which is every day. She's got a many boyfriends. 1 the lunch room and home econom- time and when he comes back he I this capacity will know who they I I JUKE GIRL

little temper which she exposes Eva Louise has so many boyfriends I II's department and the Scouts carried wants to find you Just like he left are. I ...

When -we've gotten up our assignments It Is hard to tell which one | pall after pail of water with you, and If you cut out this partof I
and come to class on time she Is going to marry. Some of the j which they put out the fire and your social 1 life voull grow old
with all the necessary equipmentfor likely prospects are Frank Beecham i many rf them got so excited that much too soon. You can still remain -
that particular class. This Is a Troy. Hag and Norris. We ''they gave each other baths In cold true, and yet have a good

clue which should help you, she's hear Norris is to be the groom. water.It time. 4,
not Miss Finger but she does some I wr really amazing to see Auntie Tripelchins I

of the same things Miss Finger We hear that Laverta Tripp Is how calm the students were. They V- I \ '
i marched out of the building just 5.4
docs. Jenkins' af-
trying to win Johnnie The )Yokum -
No 2. Practically all the studentsIn fections. He hasn't had BO much as directed and remained outside say
high school know this one. If attention since Esther was inter- ''until the bell rang to return tr L ;

the school building blows up some i ested in winning his heart for her classes
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day. It'll be because one of her very own.
students put twq wrong things to- I The Recreation Halli ,, f ""yu'4i rat
People insist that Birdie Mae i f \ ,
gether. She seldom loses her tem- I t
per and only throws chalk when likes Simeon but I know that she i The Theta Beta Club has decided dh r nJr
she does. She is liked by every- likes Jack Wolff much better. How I'''to discontinue opening the Recreation -

! one, especially her husband and 'can you explain that? Hall on Monday. Friday and \ ..yL a

son I "Don't tell Pocahontas, but John I Saturday nights regularly. The lack
Know who these are? Look for ''of in the I
: Smith Is doing very well with Mar- interest shown It by
the answers elsewhere on this page.V Lofton. teachers parents and students has II
Jorle i
-- I club to this. How- I
j forced the do

With a song In my heart I greet They say that J. C. Pearce has ever the club! will stli! maintain the Holy Smokes! Wt goiter git some L 3 Y WAR BONDS

the day given up Mildred Phelps for BettyJo building so that when various home cash someware's so we kin put 10% ; ..
And the task that day may bring, Better watch out J. C. she's rooms and school organizations into .War Bonds .
would like to have a social they --- -- .
For God's dear love shines on my dynamite. ----- - -- --
way: I may use It for the same.
Fulford hasn't hiccupped I
What can I do but sing? Gene ,I Tonight, Friday. Feb. 19th the
'Smatter, Gene
much this week.
Maria VaUte. Recreation Hall will not \b o'"'en I
I V heart trouble; ? : for all high school students but II{

What's this about Veroncla Smith Mr. DeVore's 8th Grade homeroom How Indian River
From Where I and Donald Burk? Clarence Arnold will have a social there. Students I

was mixed Up in It too. I| are asked to cooperate. and remem-
bet If you haven't been Invited
Stand Whether you know It or not, Tliv 'and are not in this homeroom you

Is a goner. When Molly Bowden will be an uninvited guest at the Citrus Fruit
it work on It's Just too and
ny .John Q Citizen' goes a guy. I Recreation Hall Friday night

"That government of the people bad. will be asked to leave.

by the people. and for the people, Why doesn't Gilbert Donaldsonget If there is enough demand for
shall not perish from the earth." a steady girl friend? Maybe he's the Recreation Hall to be reopeneda
This Is the ending of AbrahamLincoln's In the same fix Jack Duke Is. No little later on. the club will be Helps Build
to It but until we feel
non-forgettable Gettys- glad reopen
one will have him.
burg address. His address could be that there are enough persons to

11 given now only changing a few Boys, if you want to cheer a make It worth! while it will remain I 1ORETANKS
words in it, but most of all leave lonely heart make a date with closed except for private socials i .
the part above Kathryn Sweatt, Juanita Pearce, or sponsored by some school organization I _

I would like to let you In on a Martha Walker. ,
+ little secret. People have been heard --V
Things To
lately to say "If this rationing and The Mail Bag ..
Laugh and the world laughs Jones felt too ill for work.
other laws keep up we will soon beunrVr -I I
a dictatorship." Above all with you; this week the news- ILt I He was down with on* \ ,
Weep, and you alone.V Beginning '
believe any t of his frequent colds.
\ such talk. It Is necessary to have the names of all persons who are After the doctor or.'r, : ,.. '".

these laws to win this war. Just sit reported to the News staff for G \t\ dered more citrus fruit

down and think of things in the gambling or smoking on the school tll: : and fresh vegetables' in / a ... :'isuis
and will see 'kJdh. I t?
few you
past years. iTN6L3166ly grounds or on school property,
to do this. It his diet he was on the job are being ia war production
whv It Is necessary hall, football
such as the recreation week after than would be the if these
li trll"'f> won World War I with- WAR regularly, week case
BONDS field etc.
out all this but didn't the people The first names to be printed In turning out tanks. sources of health-giving vitamins

suffer more than we are nowIt are Donald Burk. Chas.Parkerson were not available. They are liter.
this column And so with millions of the
Is true that we haven't seen fhe Actual experience on the world'iwar and Jimmy Gob! for workers in the nation's shipyards ally helping to build more tanks
worst of It yet but If we don't save fronts has proved the collapsible smoking on the school grounds and other war implements.
for the future now It will be the boat an essential safety featurefor during school hours. and war plants. Every day lost due .- .

same as It was In 1914-18. We may both Naval and land based Second we'd like to print all the to illness means fewer guns, tanks And were it not for the adequate

have plenty of everything that is planes. They are made of rubberized names of the boys who were involved ships, planes and shells at a time transportation service provided by

being rationed, but If we use it all : material, easily inflated. in the gambling game at when every minute of production the Florida East Coast Railway

for, i". mav not have any in the I I the recreation hall on Sunday afternoon counts. and other railroads these valuable

days to come. In the first place they
Florida products could not be
Just think about England and I have, been asked not to use any Over the Florida East Coast marketed.
Francs There is only one thing form of gambling in the recreation Railway long trainloads of citrus profitably _

they get as much as we do, and* hall not even to make bets on the fruits and fresh vegetables speed This is but another I
all 1\\
about o
that Is meat. Think the second
table tennis game. ncrh to improve and safeguard the way in which the I fl -
thh before vou Crumble! ] or say any- za place they were not supposed to be railroads today .
thing. Be satisfied with what you Sunday afternoon Just :.:,tlcr.'s health. ,
there on
get, because the boys fighting for because you were passing there and are proving the /f-

you have to. happened to notice that a window very "Life-line of ._ ( 1
One more thing: this country was left open on Saturday night, Is the.Nation.. ." ::: : ffFRIDAY

will never be under a dictatorship no reason why you should go in,
because there are too many peopleIn when you know you are not sup-
this country who love freedom. At the Battle of Midway un Army posed to be there on Sunday af-

pon'fi 1'Men' to anv loose talk about Lieutenant, after bombing a carrier, t!rnoon. We could print the namesof
dictatorship In this country, because was forced to bell out of his bomber all the persons who took part In
belong to an- He was able to get a "fish eye" view timeit
probably first
they but It Is the
much of the entire battle from his collapsible

have too
other party or has happened It's Just a warn-
haven't thought boat and was later picked up by
freedom. They also not to let It happen again, unless -
It 1m t an American plane. Your purchase
about Congress and Senate. for name to
like your
the laws. of War Bonds with *t least ten per you'd
President who makes the gamblinglist.
the under
cent of Income be published
your every payday
It Is these two homes who help do will help protect the lives .of men .
to have freedom. Before you the I who ore flvlnc for >ou. Get behind -----V
:; wrong, think about
anything them todav 4 jrrsrr0.p.lmt.tI No. 1-Miss Raiford.
who are fighting for your
boys I
No. -Mrs. Conely.
freedom. ,,'
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