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 26, 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 )
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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 36 Okeechobee, Florida, Friday, February 26, 1943 Price Five Cents
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Fill War Bonds Two Ways To C. F. Walker chairman of the Available To All
i "Christ Jesus" Is the subject 01
Board of County Commissioners,
the lesson-sermon which will be t
and Ernest Hilliaid R. E. Bass, In This
Quota For Feb.How read in churches of Christ, Scientist Figure Income r Calvin Drawdy and B. C. Swain County
the world Sunday -
spent several days of this week In -
February 28. Tampa where they went to attend
The Golden Text Is: "J e s u sChrist A free veneral disease clinic was
would like Farmers which Include livestock
you to fight this the State Association of County
war from your own front porch or I the same yesterday, and today rake: fruit and truck growers Commissioners that were In session established in Okeechobee Thursday
and for ever" Heb.< 13:8LCongressman : February 11, by Capt. R. F.
from shell\
a hole In your own backyard I poultry raisers, and operators oi there.
Sondag Assistant Director, Divisionof
? This is a type of defensive V-- plantations and ranches are liable -- -
Veneral Disease Control. The
warfare' that s strictly un-Ameri i T Federal Income tax returns pro-
Lex clinic quarters are on the second
can; It Is not for the United \ .ded their Income is sufficient to Gilbert Culbreth
States'l floor of the county court house.
What we are going to do require the filing of returns 'Pri

tack the enemy In his own back I Green Will Give madly due to the reduction in the Veneral I treatments and operationof
Named PresidentOf the clinic is a joint effort of the
yard. That's the way to win, and credit for personal exemption many U. S. Public Health Service Countyof
that Is where we are going to wage I farmers will be liable for returns
the battle and fast : Farm BulletinsNationwide and to the tax for the first time the Lions ClubT Okeechobee Health. and the State Boardof

Several million of our finest too! the year 1942.
The clinic will operate on each
young men are In uniform.. Many I I
Farmers may maintain their records
Thursday night from 7 to 9 p. m.
of these young men are your sons and file their returns of In-
home gardening is
I E Castleberry district repre- and Dr. Steve R Johnson of Fort
or brothers and residents of Okee- I an Important part of the plansdrawn come on either the cash receiptsand sentative of the Lions International Pierce will be in charge of the
chobfe ,
County. They have made by the National Director disbursements basis or on the
up well known service club organization clinic which Is under State Boardof
great personal sacrifices giving up accrual basis of accounting A -
01 War Food Administration ac- i consistent had little difficulty in signing Health supervision. Treatmentsare
jobs family and friends to join our wdlng to statement made by Con method must, however be HON. PAT M. NEFF HP the required fifteen members to primarily for infected selectees

armed forces to secure complete gressman at Large, Lex Green employed If a cash basis is used. Waco Texas start an organization with here. with veneral disease who have been

Victory.We He urged that every possible family Form 1040F. "Schedule of Farm President of >Baylor University and The members of the new club rejected by the Selective Service

at home have a sacred obligation get out their spade rake and Income and Expenses" Is required DI the Southern Baptist Convention met in the county commissionersroom Board. Any person unable to pay a

to these young men. It they hoe and have a Victory Garden to be filled out and tiled in conjunction ,nd a former Governor of Texas. at the court house Friday private physician for veneral disease

win on the field of battle and we I this spring to help win the war. with Form 1040. Use o'' ':ho speaks on The Baptist Hour night and elected officers for the I treatments Is welcome to take

lose; the internal struggle ours will Congressman Green said. "Food Form 1040F Is optional in the case Sundav morning, February 28th. at club. The following officers were treatments In the clinic. Everyone

be only the hollow shell of vlctorv I production Is most> vital to the war oi farmers who report Income on B '30 a m unanimously elected:; should come to the clinic for a free

-no victory at all. effort and It is highly essential that the accrual basis. A farmer who reports Gilbert Culbreth. President.Dr. blood test to see if they are free
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Your Treasury Department has every family in America that can income on the cash receipts T. T. Coleman First Vice from syphlllis. All domestic servo

pointed the way to build a sound possibly do so should grow at leasta mid disbursements bnsls iTn whichno President. ants should be urged to avail themselves .

financial backlog of personal security portion of the food consumed by Inventories to determine profitsare BaptistTo Allen Markham Second Vice I of the free simple tests which

and. to help win the war. Uncle I their family. used) must Include in gross In- President will determine whether they havea

Sam Is Inviting you to volunteer to "Victory gardens are possible bv c-me for the taxable year II) the Speak Over The Nathan Zelmenovltz Third Vice veneral disease or not. If a

buy a share in America. And Uncle I, all farmers and by many city and annum of cash or the value ol President. test Is returned positive another

Sam knows that you will not fall. town dwellers A small plot of onlya :merchandise or other property received K. E. Stello Secretary test will be run to make absolutely

Consider the advantages of inventing 1 few feet can be made under Flor- during the taxable year from Radio On Sunday Robert LaMartln Treasurer. certain no error was In the test.
ida climatic and soil conditions tc the sale of livestock or produce ,
in war bondsIn T W. Conely, Lion Tamer. After the diagnosis of syphilis is
buying these war bonds you I produce a large portion of thefamily's which were raised, regardless of W. A. Moore. Tail Twister. made the individual will have to

will be giving direct help to defeat '' necessary vegetables and when raised; i2i the profits from Hon Pat M. Neff of Waco. Texas. The board of directors is composed I take treatments from 18 months to
tood requirements. It Is possible the sale of any livestock or other two at weekly Intervals under
the enemies of your country Our I' president of the Southern: Baptist of Roscoe Markham Leo years
men in uniform cannot wait for that this small home garden may items which were purchased; and Convention and a former Governorof Grecnberger, T. H. Nix and Phil Y the present recommended scheduleof
eventually In many Instances be 13'> gross Income from all other It Is 1 absolutely necessary -
your help: they need It now. Every I Texas will be the speaker Sun- Cason.
dollar Invested the difference between plenty and sources. 28th. will beheld that the patient continue under
in America today I day morning February on The first regular meeting
hunger."I I Under the accrual basis in which treatment until the doctor dis-
may save lives tomorrow. Aside The Baptist Hour radio series according next Thursday night beginning ;
from the patriotic aspect however shall be glad to. send upon request Inventories are used to determine to Dr. S. F Lowe. Athnta, at 8:30: at the Nix Cafe. All charges him as cured. Failure to

war bonds offer a ound investment as long as the supply lasts. i be profits farmers' gross profitsare Georgia Chairman of the Radio members are urged to be on hand remain under treatment will many

so sound that you really cant Victory Garden publication No. 483 ascertained by adding to th" Committee sponsoring the network. for the first meeting. times result In serious heart disease -
nd or City Home Garden bulletinNo Inventory value of livestock and insanity blindness. and eventually -
afford to pass them up. For Instance I These weekly religious programs. V
the Series E Bonds which I 1044. These publications give produce on hand at the end of the featuring outstanding speakers from death.

have been created for the average I vital and accurate Information con. year the amount received from the the South and heard at 8:30: EWT NEWSABOUlOURMEN The treatment of gonorrhea re-

. income will bring you four,dollars/ corning planting cultivating, and I: Bale, of, }ivos.tock. .artd .J'.1Rgi'4: and Jundaymornlrijir through' March : qutrts 'only about'ten'"days".In

."lor every".three you put Into them.A harvesting practically all commonI miscellaneous recelptr }( income ire carried on an Independent network the average case with the present -

bond for which you pay $1875 vegetables" ,! during the year and deducting of 36 stations. "American:: IN SERVICEDavid method of treatment.. but

will bring you $25 In 10 years. But Send your request to Lex Green horn this sum the Inventory valueof Christians Amid: World Crises ism the patient should remain under

suppose you need our money sooner -I M. C. Room 1434. New House Office i livestock and produce on hand general theme for the three observation for at least three

Your Government has pledgedto I Building Washington, D. C. i .1' the beginning of the year and onths The programs may be Hamrick left WednesdayID months to make absolutely certain

return your war bond money any V .' t t'tr c-st of livestock and produc 'leard in Florida over Stations that the disease Is cured. Manymen
if \ HOUSING: t SHORTAGE IX: purchased during the vear All livestock WFLT ol return to the naval training and women have this disease
:ine after 60 days of purchase I WJAX of Jacksonville: ,
('Lr\\'t ToN DESPITE 100 raised amp at Balnbrldge. Maryland.after without it. It Is Important -
it is absolutely necessary that you whether purchased or ;;amt Lauderdale; WRUF of Gaines- knowing so
should need It. Very few bonds :NEW HOMES: BUILT I1913 must be Included in inventory at \ille; WTSP of St. Petersburg; and spending a short furlough that anyone who is the least in
\ __ |I Llvl' tork'l'1ull"'d here with his parents. Mr. and Mrs. condition
doubt about his her
have been cashed in Okeechobe I IClewlston their propt'r'aluatlon. WWPG of Lake Worth or

County to date. I hope it will continue Feb 24. -- Despite the j! for draft. breeding or Hon Pat M. Neff who speaks on R. E. Hamrlck.. should go to the clinic for an ex

so fir the duration. erection of over one hundred new i i dairy purposes and not for sale the subject "The Christian Patriot amination.All .

You do not have to buy a bond ) homes the past year Clewlston I Is | may be Included In the Inventory 'n This Chaotic World". Is President Mr. and Mrs Leo Greenbergel'received records and reports of the

all at once The Treasury has is- suffering from an acute housing j jshortage Instead; of being treated as capital! of Bavlor University. and will a letter this week from clinic are strictly confidential. GoIng -

surd' war stamps for those of us with families crowded Into '' assets subject to depreciation provided peak from the Waco.. Texas campus their son. Teddy who Is with the to the cllnlj does not necessarily

who must buy them a little at a converted garages and makeshift { such practice is consistently of this. the largest Baptist Uni calvary division of the army andIs mean that an Individual has a
stationed at Whlteslde
time. These war stamps are being lodgings. followed.If versity. Camp veneral disease so no one shouldbe

sold by Mrs. Austin Pearce chairman Expanded operations of the United farm produce Is exchanged: for Speakers who will be heard In Fort Riley. Kansas. Teddy was recently ashamed to go there. All are

Women's Division, and her States Sugar Corporation coupled merchandise groceries or the like March on The Baptist Hour are transferred from one company again encouraged to have a free

iKslstants at the school buildings I i with the establishment of the the market value of the articles received Dr. Robert G. Lee Memphis Tenn., to another but still remainedin blood test because this Is the only

Also I Riddle-McKay Aero College here, Is be Included Camp Riley. doctors can find and treat this
every Monday and Friday. in exchange to speaking the first three Sundays: ; way
most of the merchants in Okeecho- ,I have brought a large Influx of II | In gross income. The value of and Dr. Ellis A. Fuller Louisville, disease when it is present In a dor-
Mr. and Mrs. J. J. McLaughlin
bee carry war savings stamps and I workers. farm products which are producedby :v President of the Southern mant stage.
I have received word that their son
are anxious to serve you at all William C. Owen vice-president a farmer and consumed by his "aptlst Theological Seminary. V
Harold, has arrived safely In
times. Take part of your changeIn of the Clewlston Realty & Develop- Tamlly does not constitute taxable vWmlAS'S -- THOSE WHO DID NOT GET
stamps whenever you make apurchase. ment Company stated that 50 additional I income. Rents received in crop SO'IETor Africa with many other Amer- THEIR RATION BOOKS CAN

habit. Remember homes are needed at once returned Income ican troops. Okeechobee county now THEM TOMORROW
It is a thrifty shares are to be as GET
The difficulty in securing materials I'I has quite a few boys that are fight
that generals Importantas ns of the year In which the crop INTERESTING MEETING
they are, cannot win this war. for building due to priorities to shags are reduced to money or the ing with the army In the African Anyone who did not get their

nor can our wealthy people financeit. say nothing of labor has served t I equivalent of money. Proceeds of After brief sessions for Circle theatre of war.* I new ration book the first of theweek
Millions of our fellow country I retard building and the only hopes I Insurance such as hall and fine Insurance business held In church rooms, may call at the court house
of word that
We in receipt
)' are
men stand ready to give their lives. some form of governmental I Ii on growing crops are required tomorrow (Saturday) between the
members of the Woman's Society
Marsh has been killed in
Millions of us at home must back If essential workers are to b" to be included in gross in Service retired to the Robert hours of 12 and 3 and the school
-f action in the fighting in North
them up with our savings. housed he said. come teachers will be on hand to prepare
i I annex for the general meeting. Africa. Robert did not go to the
Next, the money you lend remains I, Amounts received as loans fron Crozer Circle had charge of arrangements army from this county However, I the necessary papers for you.
It will returnto Corporation'may
Credit V
your money. I the Commodity
Mrs. Wolff opened the
after ten stead of buying over-prlced, soon- the he was virtually raised In Okeechobee NEW
you with Interest years at the option of taxpayer CURTIS L. WALLER
meeting\ with a request for a minute most every
and Is remembered by
and in the meantime it forms an tvbe-obsolete present products. It be considered as' Income and Included of silent followed by JUDGE OF U. S. CIRCUIT

emergency fund on which you can stands by to guarantee you your in gross Income for the taxable Rev W. R Howell's prayer prayer for one here. COURT OF APPEALS

draw if you need to. You have the share in the exciting new post-war year In which received. The from the fourth
peace. Oscar McKee
direct promise of the U. S. Government ; roducts. election once made Is binding for I Master Sergeant Washington, D C., Feb. 23. (FNS
chapter of Micah Mrs. Wolff commented I who has been In the army some
back every Your war bond dollar helps keep unless the Curtis
that you can get \11 subsequent years -United States District Judge
cent you lent any time after you I prices from rising, too and thus Commissioner approves a change toa and Its on timeliness the prophecy Mrs, for De peace Vore time has arrived safely In North L. Waller of Tallahassee was
reports received -
have held a bond 60 days. If you makes your dollars/ go farther. I different method of accounting. Africa according to nominated last week by President

have held a bond more than a year, Spend it for the things you don't Amounts received under the Soil cave an extensive exposition on by his mother. He states Roosevelt for the post of Judge <

vou get Interest too. Stamps of'' absolutely have to have and It goes Conservation and Domestic Allotment world peace.the refreshment period that he Is well and getting along the U. S. Circuit Court of Appealsfor

cashed at any post into the market to compete for labor amended the Price During fine
course may be Act as the members greeted Miss Lois Perdue the fifth circuit.
office at any time. and materials with the Government Adjustment Act of 1938. section 303 Judge Wailer is a former law
guest of Mr. and Mrs Howell. of Mr.
I son
To lend money through the purchase dollars that are trying to of the Agriculture Adjustment Act. MesdamesR. J P. Parkerson partner of U S. Senator Claude
of war bonds is to make the buy things for the army and navy.It es amended and the Sugar Act of Those attending were and Mrs. C. H. Parkerson enlistedIn Pepper.
... the prices for toI I Draughon J. A. McNeill D. J. the U. S. Navy at West Palm
soundest investment In the -vorld. helps drive up 1937 constitute taxable income The appointment of Waller t
J. O. Wolff Wade Snell, W.
Hunt His parents
dollar bill becauselikewise both you and your government. PutIt Federal incometax Beach last Tuesday. the
as good as a the recipients for A. H. the higher bench paves way
Lawson C. H. Parkerson Wednesday
A. him
and in effect you a farewell parts for
backed by the full creditof into war bonds purposes !gave for the nomination of Dozier De-
the United States Government... stand aside and say to Uncle Sam, V Goodwin F. W. Humphreys P. P'I night entertaining about of Orlando as his successor.
and with the added advantage that "Here you need labor and materials ,I Evans W. B. Jennings K. E. sixty young people and he left on Is associated with the son
i more than I do." I I Cease to inquire what the future Stello. D. W Cassel W. L. Burgess. "midnight bus for West Palm Devane
Interest. in
you receive I and take as a gift W. E. Devore F Zan- several of Senator Charles O. Andrews
the most generous The quota for Okeechobee county i I has In store W. A. Moore Beach. There he will join
Finally In
you the day brings forth.Horace. der. D. R. McNeill. W. R. Howell. to Miami law practice
rate of Interest obtainable lr for February Is $10,800. As this ar- ., whatever; other enlistees and go Both Senator Pepper and Senator
Investment of comparable security H-le is bl'lngJ1'ltten we are with- C. F Jtnklns: : Miss J. O. Parrish and join the group to go by trainto reported in agreement

any -an Interest rate much hlh. in about $404 of reaching this quo- i I V and Rev. W. R. Howell.V Jacksonville where they will take ors Andrews the appointments are Waller and,

er than even the banks can get 'a. I feel l sure that by Saturday A great amount of time is consumed and little ]I their "boot" training Devane.

from the government.These noon (which Is the dead line), wevlll in talking nothing, doing Mrs. Ralph Rampey -V- -v-

are the financial aspect have reached and passed this 'nothing and Indecision as to what daughter Linda have mother been Mrs guests, An- CARD OF THANKS I Miss Sylvia Bass of Clewlston

I." war bonds-but the advantagesto amount. AND. let's start early I one should do.-Mary Baker Eddy. f Mrs. Rampey's week. spent the weekend In Okeechobee.
morning) on our tie Bass, the past
(next Monday
you are still greater.For --V -0-
-0- We wish! to express our appreciation -
Instance a dollar Invested In I March quota and all do our part.last Look upon each day as the wholeof WANTED-Trainmen, switchmen, for the many acts of kindness Mr. and Mrs, W. I. Lawson o'
war bonds grows In value by more We failed to get our quota and and Clewlston visited relatives here on
alone. The dollar you month. Let's not let that happen life, not merely a section; clerks telegraphers. Apply to the and expressions of sympathy
than Interest enjoy and improve the present undersigned stating age present condolence and for the beautiful Sunday.
don't spend now-when! prices are : again, EVER. to extended our -eC -
"haste by
their share Itwill I without wishing through employment, whether any previous floral offerings
high supplies of consumer goods I "If every one buys dear H. Parkerson was a business
struggle overthere" rush on to another.-Ruskin, railroad experience and physical friends at the death of our
is limited the
are low and your selection shorten -V condition. P. L. Gaddls. Superintendent husband and father Dr. B. ,E visitor to West Palm Beach last

-Is a dollar you can spend Florida East Coast Hallway Tuesday where he attended meeting .

later-when our factories are back W. R. Page chairman Wart Best printing at The News Company New Smyrna Beach. Alsobrook.Mrs.. B. E. Alsobrook of Florida Power &: Light Com' ,

plentiful at peacetime and production prices are goods low. In.are Okeechobee Savings County Committee 1 News printing satisfies. Florida. Mary Lee and Edward pany managers.Robt. .

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QDltl'd'l1hll' I Fcltninry 1. Iftlil. I I'Vhrnary H 11)13. I.awi at 1938
NOTICE IS IlEltEBY: r.IVKN Thnt G-NASHING 1 i MIIU'K: l lit IIEIIIIBV GIVEN That Notice U hereby given that Alma
I, purxnnnt In Section I) nf Chatter' 1S21MI, tn flection 0 of Chapter 1X2UUI Gross bolder of fax Certificate
Published Every Friday by the I tnn of Florida. Art of 1U.1T, known tIuJ I \saws of FlorldH' Acti lo 7. known ni No. 1DSO>>, l.i'ied the 5th day of hop.
Okeecho- I II II .in HIP, MfltniV ACT, the following II' \1U1I1'11AC'I'. the following d.', lumber, A. I). 10J7, hat flied sumo In,
1 Okeechobee> News Co., at "rfl.,1 Innil lii OkcMchohcu office baa made application fora
li'diTlhM its'iii In Okiwhobne County, I. County, my ;
bee Okeechobee County Florida. I Klnrliln. will he otTorpil' for Mid lit 1 AXISr1 1 !' I'lorlila will be offered fur anlii nt Tax Lived to be Imnecl thereon Said
,pill,Mr outcry for Inn liluhcit and licit \ I'| ulillc outcry for the hlghcnt and Certificate embrace the following doecrlbed -
ri *h hl BRYANT BOWDEN ...0.. ... Editor Tnixtwn of the Internal Improvement 'liEN NASH !i ', TriiDtoi'i of the Internal Improve' Okeechobee, State of Florida to-wlt:
Fund to real't any and all bill, at .1 nient Fund to reject any and all blcli.i Get Lot B Ion land owned by
Entered as second class matter thr Court house, nt 10 A, M. fin the i 'ihe Court Ilonno, at 10 A, M. on the Mn. Ellen HauJemon) and J. A.
11th diiv of 1\111"11. lim in: iMpi'iit ISth day of March, 104,1. Enxcmcnti..r Daugbtry. Sec. 21, Twp 37, Bge.
July 1. 1914 at the Post Office In for rood right of wny .200 fret wide dim I road right of way 200 feet wide will 39, containing: 33 acrei.
Okeechobee, Florida, under the I will IIP ri'wrvoil from any Ipnrcelrhroilvh I Buy your stamps a .. reacned from uiiy parcel through I The > cHnment uf laid propertyunder
Mlileh there Ii State Itoad.
an eilntlng
uhlrh thorn I I. nn time
Act March 8. 1879.SUBSCRIPTION. at a mid Certificate wan In the name
ff) stulf' llond. Lots T and 8. Blk. 3, Southern I A Hiccoil.
Lots' U aid 7. Mk 4. Him*'* Sub |I Or a quarter, even' a I Plnei Addition. of(Unless Auilln old Certlflcatri shall b. redeemed
!: dlvlHlnn of NW{ of SEi' of'KV| TllfSTEKS' OF TIIH" INTERNAL according to law property de-

One year In advance ....... $2.00 BUY WAR BONDS Roe. IS, Twp. 37 R. 11 it .15 F:. 1:1: dollar 1\lI'HII\'I''I1'' ; FI'Nl) OK THESJ'A'IH I icrlbed therein shall be sold to the highKt .
Loin 2 to 8 Ini'. and 10 ro
OF Fl.OUIDA. door
Six months In advance ... .. .. .100 I Inr. Blk. 1. end Lute 1 to Ti ImBlk : Whichever you do won'thurt I By Roy It. liauU'fx.n, Agent I 'the bidder tint Monday at Ihe Courthouse In the month on of

Three months In advance73 I 2. Klleilirp Dkiwhol I'nrk> : this rj lime, Trustees I. I. Fund, Okeechobee )March 1WJ. which II the 1st day of
n SnliilMiiloii of N\VV, or K'i | i County, Florida. I
I of KKv4 SUP. 17. Twp. 37 i II e" ;n Hitler's) the one who Il I VSubscribe ___ March Dated, 1043.thu 2Mb day of January, 1949.
Advertising bills are payable on Lots 1>< and in, Hlk F. Wright ill PY It. ItAII1.t. liMON"
the first of each month. Parties P.sntemler Bataan & KIIM KuliillvlHlon of "S\V>/t of holler. Clerk Circuit Court of
8E', of > BVi, Nor. 11. Twp ::17 for The News Okeechobei County, Florida
unknown to publishers required to ,
Inn a, HI 8110). : .u'I, ,ill i I''nirt, Neal
In advance. i
pay /) A Dime Out of IMI'ltOVKMII.NT:: ITMl OK1 TIIBj I I -'-
STATi: IK .'r.o It IDA.
Reading notices In local columns. 4r Every Dollar in IlIIOV It. llArLiitS.N.: Agent I

10 cents a line. Rates for display I Trii"U' I I 1 Finiil., Uk'o,'iiobe' ; 5

advertising furnished on application U.S. War BondsAdvertisements County: Florida NOTICE

Classified advertising. 2 cents OIIIIKK; IOK I'l IIl.1r.\TIO\I
Id 1.1. FOK 111\ ntU };. i
each word per Insertion. All Items -00- ___ _. Rue Pauline Bimklu Cumpl.iiniit, To Landowners in Everglades Drainage District :

regarding enterprises conducted for ...

profit are chargeable at rdvertlslng Legal) Condor Owen Biiakln B"ekill.o.t..lk defendant', '. The Everglades Art which became.' law lone 3, 1941, contains
To Condor Owen the following provision:
rates. N'livul hospital I'ortKUiniith Vu I
---------. Ii HppiMirlMR 1i\ sworn bill of cum- SECTION 15 (1) This section shall remain In full force and
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] Illutlnllon b> Cub Ooclc.l. effect for two (2)) sears from the date this Act shall become a
NOTHKOkoeehohee fsniliint Condor Owen Bn kln l I. n
fount Florida riililvnt of the Htiitv of Florlila l I.nt, I Ihin BUY WAR BONDS law and at the expiration of such (2) years period then the fee

THIS WEEK IViMIIIM', .'.I, 1111 been ulnpnt from Biild\ State fur AND STAMPS simple title to all lands against which there remains outstandingany
Notice In hereby ulven tint roirmiantt more thnn sixty days prior tn lllhiLlllll < such tax sale certificates or tax liens shall become absolutely
Section ft of (Chanter lijtl. I.BWI of I'omi'lillnt' In thin cauw and vested In the Board of Commissioners of Everglades Drainage
of .'In.I'III.pIK 1T7.! known ai the that hli lust known ahlr..111' Norfolk I [1. J. Trtatury Itrpartmml
Gilbert Theatre Muriihy Art tho following deicrlbed Naval HoHpltnl Portimnnth. Vn. District and every right title or Interest of every nature or kind

land In nkoecholice County.. Florida and that mid ell't'nllIlIt00 not In whatsoever of the former owner of said property or any one
will Im offered for anlc nt publle oiitcrv the armed forces of the I'liltul StiiU'Huf Mint KSntlce claiming by throuRh under him one holding any lien
Okeechobre America. It In therefore tinli-rcd, or or any
for :
the hlKticM and bolt nah Mil
I I In h,'teby gi Hlll 'Hull, I I thereon and the Board
Niihloct to the rluht nf the Trufitcpiof that the sold Condor Owen Buskin IIP shall cease terminate and be at an end.
the Internal Improvement Fund to I nod he ,In hereby ordered to appi'iir I iimlcralitiicil,'''lul Mimler hcri'tofore hi cbnncvry n p p In n laud I n i ','IMt. of Commissioners of Everglades Drainage District shall be authorized
& role,, any nnil nil Mil, nt tho Court I.. the, HIM nf Compliant nied III sail I ,, and law.
Friday Saturday let l 'U 01".1 'I. 'ree nt.I'" I n ill, 'ill, "hnt empowered to sell the said lands as provided by
day oMnrch
MIIIIMP. it ID A. M. mi tinl.t Ins raii" on or before the .
nf \rll.| 1111:1. K:"." mi ni' rr i rand I Irlithl I A. 1>. IIU'I.: otherwise l the nlle- > IVIirunrx II KIIIIIIIT., A. Judge U. inn of by the tin I ill 1 I It.A "ii This notice Is published for your protection.
of wily 200 feet wlilc will hrcKorved gutlunau mild cause i will \ ) tuk"I
:: I'nillt, In Ull.l, for Cllieorbolin- fount,
WARREN WILLIAMIn from any parcel through I in confessed b.v mid I defendant.It .Klurlilii In Climicery, In that, "Hi. ., EVERGLADES DRAINAGE DISTRICT
which thorp In an painting state Tlonil. I In further ordered, Unit thll order ,
l.nt O. III,,,'k 2. Oiiiiihorn I'ln.,.. heconsecutive published once n week for four rimIherelll' I pcmllllK 1..1"1. 1IU
nitiiiiiis I : : a PI'.rM.i;' ,
.Addition works In the OVewhiilieuNews i
mi' Inn, In plninurr ail I.. I P. Mi \\' IIlltiniH. .-- .
Counter ESPIONAGE I Lola :'l mill :2 Illnik II. \\'rightII a n'w.Jlnlor iiihllilioil, In .
el 1 n'a, are ilcrnnilmitH II 11)) i ieu
\ ,,.. SllhdlUNloltTuriTrFi ohobi-e, Florida.Dnted Ok.e'j
of 'eUte' I Ilu' ti'i'iim" of _,,1,1 llinil, de J
op TUB: INTERN u. thll 2 WILLIAM BOYD I cri'c fur ante and HI fur eii> .l'I.
IMPROVEMENT FIND OP I). 1911. ,I., fort' ,
TIIU the front door of the dim
In STAIR OF Fl.niHDt ROY R. nAI'I.EUSOV Clerk Circuit, Courl.Bv II oil I e In Ukei'i.hnliee. uicre..hiil.iCniintv I
HOY U. KAI'I.ERSON. l I'lorlila. on tuiItiilv Un.t IiMarch. '
LOST CANYONLate Agent Trustees I. I. Fond.Okeechobce Soilirotila I'CIIUP, P ( ". 11141. the utiiiii' huh pig Mnrcli I> I 1 YOUR TIRES NEEDRECAPPING
Circuit Court Soul)
(''''1111)', FloridaNOTICK ( 1111011,1: II lentil I stiles. Any ll\M'i| th
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-. ORDER: KOK I'l III.U1 \TIOV.lllll legal hours uf alu, the fnllunliiK ilKcrllieil I I
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News nit .
for 111\0"l property mile Fluff mhclntf
In nki'Ciliolii'p Ci.iinlj. KlorliH I
Klvlm Slraoni, 'oinplnlnnnt,
Stooge Comedy W'a "f W'i of K.N.HIIII M. and
To All Whom It May Concern n. I'. Simons VI., Defendant.'lo KVa of ftftlun ::II, TnwiiHlilp ::17 i

Notice .li hereby given that the undurslgned. It 1'. "Mmoiw. H'W:! Clyde Kt. I'llln 'Illlll, KlIIIIH' :III DllHtiilil ; \ I
1'It KEII nltO'I'IIIItsFlorlrht ? burvh. I'a. solo, to lie nilijt'ot to conllrinnlli.
Sunday & MondayBETTE corporation, being I the nwnpi I It appearing li\ a unorn" lilll nf com' by the COllrt..I'u..ha..r ?
of I Ibe entire land of whlih Die b", i n plnlnt fll'd In this l cnine that I lie des to pny for lord
lunfter tr, be nnnieil, niibill\lHlon,* .n', fendaiit, li I' "Mm ml. In a nHliluntI K. ('. MOWAN.An .
I n pan aid, pini-l nllOl l In \,'Io'h, ( \,cxnmo I of a State other thou the Suite nf Sjieclnl Mauler. In ( 'linn. IMiifnreiialil
DAVIS PAUL HENREIDIn I are loealed' will apl\| r I.. I h.no'l Florliln und U n reHlilenl' of O'in: CivileSt. .
JlO \ "" OK corNM COMMIVSIONKHH I'lttnlmriili. I'a, li above the age M A Rosin( ,
I I : ; OF iiKKiciioiui: : uf and not In the Attorney for I'lulnllff,
twenty one
NOW VOYAGERwith I (',,"NT\'. ri.ORMM. ti". .ITph .\ armed foreei or years the United States of Arcnilln, KlnrlilnXOTirE Have them recapped by Humphries at
P 1'MI meeting of ald 110.111110'
America : It li therefore. ordered thut --
COPXTV COMMI i the said non reiddeiit' defendant, OF APPLICATION
I lion nxklng mid BO Mill OF "'(If'STYI be soil he In hereby reinlrciltn Foci T'\ nEED Fort Pierce in one of the South's finest plants

Claude Rains Bonita Oranvllle I COMMISSloVKKS; : to vaetitc, for the appear to the Hill of ComdntntIlled | Inure of 1013
purrioiie of taxation. proildid' I b In mid reuse un or before Ibo :\nili' ', N h'r.1 irlvpii that,' 1'iiriU -nine experience-finest workman-
Late News xeciloui I iit'iiB nnd' !,1v3 1I1.i. of PlotIda. I first da> o( Marrli .\. D. 1Uii.: othernlie K.rlfht. holler ,.f "l'n\ fertlllctileii I years
11)11 the Hall of the tnllnnlll..1 ,,\\ 'In- the nllcgntloni tn nald unites will :Nil. 3.'i4 and S1.1, l.mici| the iinl day

Loonry Tune "Sapt In Chaps" KllbillvlNliitlH. ,.Klluate l, lnir 'llnl he taken na confciiscd b>' mid dcfendant. ut Aiigunt. .\. D. KIL'tl.! : Tea CertldcntPiiNo ship-best of materials-and a reputationfor
I being I In ilkuxbohe) CuunH, Plolldil.Okeiihobep ) .
]I'us. 1'1'11. I'.ino: ) Mnl: nail I'JH'!
Country Club. Tltrlet. I. It In further ordered that I this orderhe l issued the :;.111 ilny of %'pteiii.r A. I
WednesdayJean I being a Subdivision of RU piilillnlioil once n week for four 11117: Tax rortlllcntp Ni>. imu'\ ''OHII01 I square dealing. You can drive over and
of I''io: and, I \\ 'j of K'a: of Section consecutive weeki In tint ukem'liotie* ; the in.I I I 21. TowiiHhlp ,17 South Itnnge New a. u nennpni'i, r pnbMHlied' 'In poll Tux tVrtltlcntc No 1: 1I.H"I! the
.11 Cast : Baby .'11\11I1. 'being n mihdlvlHlon Countmnl( stale 7th liny of .\ tgilst. .\ U VITI: : linn wait-Ship them to us via truck line or have
ARTHUR Cary GRANT I of WH. except E'4 of Dated; thll 28th day of January A filed HHine In fly .ifllci. ban ninile fippllmtlon
SWVl mid, NV4 of Nni of S\V1', I). 1043. for a Tax I'ec.l In ho 'leaned
In I of Veetlon 21. TowiiHhlp SI South KOY It. WVrt.EUSOX.! thereon. Said Ortlllciiteii einlirncp the your local) service station send them to us.
Range 111 Kant : (loll Clnh Imlaira Clerk Circuit Court. following ilencrllied property In the i J JI
TALK OF THE TOWN ,I inbdlvlHlon of V.: lit of MVV nail Bv Sophroula IVumP. C. County of Ohecrhobee' State of FlorIda We do
\ % of NFI'i; of S\\'M of Section ii'lnult Court Seal ,l.i-wlti I work for the Army, Navy, State Road I II
."1. Toviinlilp' :37 South Kniige :il -' _. Ion a tn fl ice" But 4, Wright
CartoonVictory Cant; : Tropic C.nrdem. lulng a nub >OTI}: Tl fHKHITOIlS KlrM AiMltlon.
ShortComing I illvlvlon of \\' 14 nf Scorlon ?2TnnnHhlp (19(1: I'oho'c'l.. Serf. 110. 10) Lots :4 fn tl Inc nik WrlulH'D/ I Department and many large fleet owners.
I :.17 South It mi UP II I 1'n.l.i illihNoii IV TUB" CIH ItT OK THE COI'NTV Second Adilltlnn

I Okccchohee I'nrk. being M .11'ixjB. OK FG11u1t1F.: ('UT- STY. Lot 12. \Vilithfn 'I'hll',1.101111...". I Our work is guaranteed to give satisfaction
.rntdlrt.lius,, of Lute ,1 to I 11 of Block J'LOIIJnI I'liOBVTK The n eo c..nii nti, of milI, propert
Ft" uf 'tuple, r.nrdenit In Secllon In re : Ilnliite, uf 'niitlpr wfilil,, (rllllcatt'ii iHMiicil w.'re In
AttractionsBABES I 22. Townahlp 87 South, (Hinge 14 It. I.. Brewer, Decenied the limn. ,.l : (Cnril,, i:. Wrlithf' : Bun I and we can usually give 24-hour service.
Tail.: Ilelvedere I'ark. being a mindltUloii To All Creditors and ,'" ,."," Ilnvlni' mi I'lnlpi : E IIVili."ht II VIalso .
I of .Lola 10 und 11 of Illoik 'lillnn or IJ"1I11I11I18lflllll.1 Sold ) Mrr I in.in lull Mouth,
ON BROADWAYA "B" of Trople. gardens In Sen"Ion, IC.tnle : Kl'hcrlii
SJ. Townahlp 37 South Kange :'I! You and each of you lire hereby file' '** nlit 1 rnrillleniiK xhnll he rp.leeniod
NIGHT TO REMEMBER Kant noillleil und required to present inn iicoorilltiir to Inw property de-
i IMKKKR 11 HOT Hi:111*. ilalnii and dotunuila which you or stilted' therein shall be Hold to the
JUKE GIRL I Keal) Hy .T II Parker, either of you mav have against the highest Mililer, lit Ihe Courthouse door Humphries Tire & Retreading Co.
Vice t'r" ell'ort efttnl of R. L. Brewer, deceased, lute "" the first Monday In the month of
ICE CAPADES REVUE \TTF. T' of mild County, to the Comity .T'HIIl"' March, 1'MHhl.h Ii the tat ilaof
II II I'nrkrr of olteechobee County Florida. 01 bin ) .. 1KI3.
otic In the court home of laid County Doted thin, 2Mb diiv ../ .Imninrr.. 1lil! : Phone 139 FORT PIERCE, FLA.
nt Okeechohee. Florida within eight HOY H IIAl'LEUSO-N,
ralendnr month from the time of the Clerk Circuit Court of I II
tint pnhllcntlon of, thll notion. Finch Okoechohee County. Klorliln '
War Sales Ov claim or demand Dhoti be In writing (Circuit Court Seal) I
;.uH ) rHalf the uf residence I
[ and shall elate piece _. .. __
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and pmt office addreii of the rlalni- -- -- -- ---- .
ant and shall b* iworu to bv the
1 Billion@ Dollars claimant agent or nttornev nod AllY
inch claim or demand not no filed
ihall h. rold. .
A11) u in Drive Opens A* r.*.., IItor Testament of the Lost of Will and

R. L. Brewer, iVcenioil.OF ,
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.OTI'R w
MM'l( \T'T; \\ Inn:

I nw of 11)1 ,, I- \ b
Ff! Notice li hereingiven that llolmon ,
find ltnnlerm. holders of Tax Certltlcafen '- ,
\o. 4. H. H to 51 /IneluilTt II.
21. 41. 42 and 41 'lMiio.il the 11'h ln-:
\ .f A'IIf".I. \. P 11110 hew filed lame I
In inv office hn. made annllcnllon for II 4N ;
a Tar Peed to he Imued thereon <."MCertificate I
etuirace the following ,1 I,
; <' ni .1 ... .? rl| > In the Cniintv ,,fill
1 ,., 'o'/. ants o' T't"rtdn to.wit
TukP yourr'lrnf gP
( T...fi I1* 211 und ?fl 'er.' 1 Twn ,

I IaoYi 14. nil'I" .11' Tot :!*I. See 1%. Twp I
.1*. litre m : AM Blocks 1 to II ,
I Inclusive II, 11 to 21 Imliulvc.,
I "(I pad, "T nnd ?0 tn 14 Inelusive I
All Block 7 IIH lot T.
I \ 'I Pn.tr| o lem lot 11. \ '! Ttloelc
10 has lots 2. it, A 7 nnd s'. AH \
Block 51 Iran 'lots 11 find 1'''. A'l
Block! 2 II t..i loll T and TownHe sr '
I of T>OP.II, n "hI"'I.lnn ofSW -r \
of NWIend \U of S\V1/ I
See. I1'. Two SI, !Hue SItot 10.
See. "I Twn. M. Pffe. SI : Let Ifl.
I see' 27 Two S4, Hire 31lot J". I
See. 21. Twr 34. nee M : Tot 1.Sep. .
a. "' ".". S4. nje SIlot. tq
I "Si" e. 11 1''''". n.i Rge S4T.ot 24.
i 8 Treasury pholo ",ee '9, Tam 11. n n 14and
Appealing ;Margaret C Russell or the Mar Savings Staff tacks up this E'6: of Lot :!/!I. See 82. Twp 31. I L
new Treasury poster which Mill be seen from coast to roast. It pictures | Ttee. SI. *

rrlallcrs slogan, "S.\Y VLS.: A drive U underway for Americans to buy t The '-."' m<'nti of laid nronerlvI
additional Star Stamps to Till albums and convert them Into War Bonds. I under inld ("Certlflente lamed warn 'In
the Pam of- W. S. Ollpln. C. r,
\ JASHINCTON. D. C.-The na.tion' filled album ii like a tia.f-ecjuippcd. nnltnuii TT n Felehaon T'rknown.C. .

retailers from the tiniesthamlets soldier," has been adopted officially C. Bone Arniettn. InhenMll. n. VI .
Cooper F.II.I Winner. Margaret P.
to the mighty cities me act- by retailert, for the carrpaien. I GMT and! q. F.. Sehoflnger. 1--

Treasury T'nieen mild (Certlfleflt shall l> r.
Ing as a spearhead In a great e -
The Importance of the drive Is deenie'l ...To. t'Mn'" te low nrofiprtv flf.
Department campaign) to sell teen in the fact that a War Bond po. 1 erlbed thereto .h.'l I be >,,U" to the, ,
the additional War Savings Stamps hlvheit I'lildeift. Hie Courthoime door
tential of neurly two billion dollars
... ,
nn Mm Vn dn In the month. efMarch
needed to fill more than 100,000,000
hangs in the balance. miT. which In the l't dar of
albums now in the hands of the March IflHPnteil .

American people. Every War Stamp album, converted this 2
Into : Bond for 1943.
a People's
According to a report released by which the purchaser pays $18.75 and HOT R. RAL'LERBON: yesterday' Judge Arcn goin' in Ihe news 'Federal Atent.: seize '1 Inch Liy-m; I Ilw k'.

the Treasury Department today which matures to $25.00 value when .. Clerk. of Clreidf, Courtit paper business, are you ?" Doesn't that no to prove, jut that i 'uh/b..

sales of War Savings Stamps totaled held for 10 years, adds Its force to (Circuit Court, .hoi'ci Reel) > l.'oiintv. Florid "No. I |lust enjoy leading dilleient lion does not iiotiibit*

S3S9.777.000 for the period from May the war effort. I papers so my nephew George sends them "I matched conditions pretty calelully

1, 1941, through November, 1942. to me whenever he takes a business trip. during 13 ,
I The Treasury Department Is out years ol prohibition' in this

Stamp sales have risen from less i counting upon the country's school Buy'.V r" '. 1 got a big kick out ol !some he sent me country The only thing I could err we got

than three million dollars per month children to play a powetful role In \ from several countie where they still have out of it vtaa bootleg liquor instead ol teiial/
first Introduced to I
when tht'y.ere ATi7
of the success of the SAY YES drive. Every ToyLot's Bad ; prohibition Particularly Irom some headliquor plus the worst crime and turruptioii .
the to more
public an
than fifty million dollars average per month I The volume of stamp and bond salesis lines that read' Drunk Driving Arretls Rise', this country hat eve kllo tl"' ,

at the rate of $200,000,000 for the .
at the present time. I current school yct.r Douhb ...:srk .

The Treasury's slogan; "A htlf'- '" U. S.I rriuurj VrarJmrnl' Our Quota V

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i '( Iud'lf0l4 1U/1JJi/h
Purple and Gold News"FOR



sot Down in the Solomons and on the

I African coasts the Crocodile Boat or
Mrs. Kimball and Mrs. Worthing. FEBRUARY 26, 1943 tank lighter played a most important
ton, dressed soberly and wearing
role in landing our invasion armies.
their'' best black gloves, walked I
long the stony country road back .. 1 1I 1I \ Stop Look Listen! These self-propelled, light .
What : J i'C'a 1I I Doin'sI. ,
toward Sophia Hardy's farm, to pay 'cha KnowSelect oe : ? ;- Dopey fast boats haul tanks, artillery and

their visit of condolence. I other equipment from the big ship

"How do you reckon she'll be i "Treasure Farm", a three act offshore to the beach heads.

bearing up?" Mrs. Kimball asked the answers which you' I I KFKLV DOLITTLE
play with plenty of
Mrs Worthington Both ladies wore think best. You receive five poluta Someone thought this bit of news laughter
their most solemn funereal expres for the last and seriousness, will be pre.
I II very Important. There were at least
sions. 1. The "Union Jack" Is the name Rented Thursday, March 4, 1943
five notices In the news box that
"A mighty severe blow, Mrs I IIs.
Worthington said "Mighty severe of the flag of: I II read: "Carter really has it bad. In the high School Auditorium.

To lose your only son, the mainstay The United States; Great Brit- :I II The boys are even scared to go Keep this date In mind.

ef> your declining years. And such I Ian: Germany; Brazil. I around Susan."

dreadful death, too-to down 2. .
a go Julius Caesar was killed on -- -

with a ship. Mercy'I" the Ides of March in: I I Sylvia Arnold may be the quiet

County"The first to go.of our too,"boys Mrs.from Kimball Hand 65 B. C.: 44 B. C.; 14 B. C.; 24 4'l I type but she has a way with men.A "It T."i1'ns Both" '&- !.. ..j'ii'
... :.
said, mournfully. A D. good looking soldier from Camp -- .

,:M, t, 'TgA "Iwouldn'tblame 3. "Goblet" makes you think of;: : ,.'T : I. Murphy comes to see her every =

q Sophia Hardy for A famous: German; a glass; male ... I.J' weekend I ii' .
: 'AwfJ feeling right bit. turkey; an African country. .; t' We need more and more or thrm,
ter." I Bill Williams he likes Greta ,
4. The rationing of coffee WM hH'I for they are essential t to the success
They stood on Knight but we think he has a secret
the simple stone first announced on: 10 over th' top with that 10% love ful operatIOn of ihe war. They ,are

\, doorstep, with Oct. 5; Oct. 30: Nov. 14: Nov 28. I mad. m several sizes from small

downcast eyes, 5. One of the Immediate relatives I Power Willson wants us to tell I fifty-footers. coning about $2400 to

? getting themselves I of the possum Is: CharaclerSketchesI all the girls that he is open for i the big 500-tonners costing around
into the I $37,000. Your purchase of War
Dog: horse: kangaroo: monkey. wooing on Saturday nights. 10 to 12 I
proper commiserative mood. Reeds every payday will help pay
6. receive for each
"Come in!" You one point I o'clock. I II i I for them. V.S. 1 DtfartmnlI
The voice was brisk and cordial. pair you match correctly: Of Our Teachers I n notury
Mary Ellen Walker has taken a'' -_ --- -v- -
They looked up In surprise. Sophia A Judy I Thimble Theatre I

herself had come to the door. As B Olive 011 2 Bringing Up FatherC liking to "Redskin" Padgett. They I II I I Answer To "What Tha Know

they followed her into the parlor Lt. Fleet 3 Gasoline Alley NOH. 3 & 4 were out horseback riding Sunday.
II I follows
Score 0-2,
they exchanged glances, with eye. D Maggie 4 The Gumps Now to meet two more of the 1 I, ,I yourself aa :
brows lifted. Sophia was not even Will someone tell! me who likes I 1.- poor; 3-6 average; '.8, superior; 9-
In mourning. The parlor shades E Uncle Blm 5 Tim Tyler members of our family. who? Is it Billy and Mildred; I fl Ukeg an l Isbcll and a Hutson I 10. very superior.

were not even drawn. VRESDERED i These two teachers are often Johnnie and Mildred; Bobby and I a Sammy Baugh and a Dick Todd to | 1. Great Britlan.
"It's nice of you to come" Sophia I FIRST seen together-maybe not because form a forward pass combination. It 2. 44 B. O.
Betty; or Johnnie and Betty takes both War Bonds and
said "Do sit down. they want to be but because theycen.t Taxes 3.
"We came," Mrs. Kimball said to provide the necessary finances to A glass
I Miss Ralford administered first heard about D. L''
help themselves.The Have you 4. Nov. 28.
almost reprovingly, "to tell you that win this war-a war for freedom and
our> hearts are bleeding for you ID aid to a victim Tuesday. The victim first of the two is very sweet Pierce and Bertha Mercer? You humanity. Are you doing your part? 5. Kangaroo.
I Ii
your great loss." :j was her roommate Mrs. Wong. and sincere. She doesn't find it hardto should ride the lake bus sometime i 9 /r0iurDrfarlntttl, 1 6. A-3; B-1.: C-5; D-2; E4c'Looh

"We know how lonely you must bi | rey. This Is how it came about. Mrs. ,' ..
keep discipline in her classes and -------- -- ----- -- --- -- -- -
out here," Mrs. Worthington said Wongrey wasn't feeling too well, ': seldom resorts to violence. Mike seems to be beating Raulie's ,,
"With nothing to take your mind of!. I and had worked all day at the time with Ernestine That doesn't i
off ." She sniffed and I The second is very different from
I court house Issuing War Ration bother him, though Jo Ann is Justas
reached in her purse for a handkerchief ( the first. She's good natured and
Book II When she got home that good company.
I always ready to laugh sometimes\
"Oh, I keep busy," Sophia saui night she lay down on the bed with
Dickey Dyer has been wandering
), It's not for
too much unusual
"I've Just finished applying for tin I a pillow under her head, and called
Government Insurance on Tom'1life. Miss Raiford and told her she had her to send someone to the office around town alone for about a

." I I day but she's usually ''ustl- week. Why. Betty was one date .
an "all feeling". That's the every
The visiting ladies could not re enough?
list a shocked glance at one an I fainting feeling. ,, fled.
other."I Miss Ralford yelled. "Get up and I II' I F5'-m dl'an"p011 mliht think Donald Gardener warns all boysto

want to get it right away," Si put your head between your knees" the- were Mutt and Jeff. Judging keep ayay from Betty Joe She's

phia said. "So I can put It Into Wa' I' but Mrs. Wongrey says. "I can't bv their size. his girl friend, and no one can have

Bonds. My boy hasn't finished" flglv get up." Then Miss Raiford rushedto I If von don't! 'know who they se her.
ins yet, not by a long shot.
The ladies were 10 occupied wit'' her, took the pillow out from u\- von Tlll tine! their names on tM ct cEr
Edward Alderman I Is IA in Dorothy -
and it under I
der her hend placed
feeling horrified, so titillated by thi I soar
and lowered her head Seller's heart now Wonder
callous behaviour In a bereave her back v--

mother-that neither of them noticed then got some ammonia for Mrs. I tN.'J'.......AAA .,.........,.............,........'...... who has Ellis' heart? 1 !r; :
Sophia's hands. Under the to Inhale as she had not Q ya+yA
folds of her clean print dress 'I GEMS Perile has certainly been, enjoy-
unconscious.Soon .
become i
against the seat of her chair, th yet ing Gten's being here Hope the
I Mrs, began to feel
were tightly clenched. Wongrey army doesn't get him too soon. 516 w10. "
(Story from an actual report In, I better and Miss Ralford placed cold I For Your ScrapbookIf p p s 1 k'd

the files of the Treasury Depn I wet cloth on her forhead, and in x"x ... ..... Sllvanus gave his permission for
menU) ten minutes Mrs. Wongrey was as I Jean Lee to have one date with
e I
good: as new. one would be successful In the "Bearcat" Hamrlck while he's hereon
Carry on for mothers like Soph first aid make the most: of
So you see the teachers' future let him furlough.
Buy War Bonds till It liuits. I! ", 11' '>K stf 'etltye uY
I course was not all in vain. If Miss the present.-Mary Baker Eddy
Raiford continues such successfuluse i By the way I forgot Daman was

- of first aid, the first thing we'll j 1 No loan can be provident of his\ I In town this weekend, but funny II'

't Rnselst know she'll be an army nurse. time who Is not prudent In the it may seem he didn't date Sylvia.

Rosebud is eight and the n,"" Keep up the good work Mm choice of his company Jeremy Say wasnt that Kathryn we saw attr1tt

beautiful shade of caramel fudge: I Ralford. ,I Taylor Joe Wolff with Sunday night? k'
To her loving Mammy and T., .,jy ------ --- r yt *

she Is known on approximately alternate It Is an undoubted truth that Bytheway L. P. was with Juaneli ,,
days as "Angel" and "You ; do the lessI the other -
the less one has to night 4j
devil child". It was on her devil- R
do it In. One
child days 'that Rosebud tied the Our Freed cm I time one finds to Jack Duke was seen with Eva
knots In the shirts that Mammy had I yawns one procrastinates one can -
Nelle and Molly and Tiny seem to
taken In for washing and poured the do it when one will, and thereforeone bit crowded in there conductor! 'C J
whole) of the vanilla bottle Into the Is Priceless/ seldom does it at all. Lord be enjoying each other's company a .

lamb stew, just, she ald later Immensely. j
through bitter tears, to "flavor It uptome" I By JO ErJ E. D.tt'ItS i Chesterfield. v "In addition to many thousands of civilians, we
Clyde gat turned down by the
Former .fiiilinuuilor Nostra I crt carrying lots of soldiers and sailors on fur
On her angel days Rosebud Is I aimy Aren't you glad girls?
end .Uelpinm.4Wri0en STAY
equally imaginative even 1 it a more I I laugh and often entire train-load of troops. Yet
restful of the little shack fo, the T....... l> |mr'mfitt Things To Remember
occupant In ronntrtion with the n'I. 'lr'"" 5,.SY1Ee" : Editor In Chief. .. .Molly Bo..denI the Seaboard is doing its best to make all passengers
down on Vinegar Hill. Once when '.
Mammy was outdoing ino.iMin.nijw' rnmp.iin" 9..tlilly I* romplrtt nu.4.r the m".I.'mpIlhm. I Assistant Editor.. ...Silvanus Harden Scrape and save to as comfortable as possible -.....* v >*-4
.. $
day work, Business Manager .... Eva Nelle Hall Buy War Stamps,

JoI r'C!I Rosebud got a I I Sports Reporter..Weldon Draughon And we'll soon beat "Okay, conductor We folks who are not in the
wave of cleaning What I myself saw in TIlT fouryears Class Reporter .... .. June Cheshire
Those German tramps. service' are ready to with inconvenience
fcvet in Europe put up any
[ and scmiredr I gave me a new I
... Estelle Sanderfur
Club Reporter
.I'\'fIt.\: every pot and pan realization of the priceless rights Then change those stampsFor when tee travel these days. "
Social Reporters: Harry P. Green-
In the kitchen to I which ue here enjoy.
JJ ,," that thev: literally I Nit secret police can in the night berger, Phylls Cason.Miscellaneoua a bond or two,

I li': glistened Another whisk us awry never again to be Reporters and Typ- And we'll lick the Japs, SEABOARD RAILWAY
day. left alone, Before we're through.
,I teen by those ve love ists: Katheryn Sweatt, Bertha .
and tidied upMammy' I None of us can be deprived by anyparty Mercer, Perilee Hunt, Jack Coker, --V WORKS
to such
room Answers To Character SketchesNo ,L tiff! 2 i BUYING WAS
Joe Underhill, Sylvia Snell, Marie
state of those
a point of apple-pie order that It was or tyrant pre. ai''w'v FOR
a week before Pappy could find an i clous civil liberties which our laws Walker, Betty Mae Thomas, Oveda 3-Mrs. Strickland.N e J STAMPS

undershirt. I and our courts guarantee. I Boromel, Jean Lee Raulerson, Zelda >. 4-Mlss Gifford VICTORY v

Rosebud hi a great reader of the None of ---- -- )
us can be persecuted for Johnson, Martha Walker, Flor-
newspapers, Mammy and Pappydon't I practicing the faith which we found I rle Jordan, Alvena Smith, Marlon Very few people are good economists

take one. but there are plentyof at our mother's knee. ,, :Martin of their fortune and still T mm v em rut m KAHT rut ir r
perfectly good blowIng
newspapers | None of us can be persecuted, tor. fewer of their time.-Cherterfield.
round Hill. It out
Vinegar was
I tured or killed because of the fact -- --- --- -- -- - --- -- -- ._ .
of one of them that Ro ebud got her -- -- -- -
Idea for spending the ten cents the j that an accident of fate might have ,

Bunny had put under her pillow! the i made us of the tame race as the 1 .. .

night fas her Rosebud tooth came disappeared out. After bre down**. I Nazarene.No American. can be plaited by : IF YOU HAVE A BROKENfW't1 1 F .itliia t' (P y4 !1VE! '

the Hill and reappeared soon after
any party or government In a regi-
with a beautiful ten-cent War Stamp 1 mented vise which takes from him .
pasted firmly Into a brand-new book
or her either freedom of economic
with neat little squares for more 7
stamps. She displayed her invest ; opportunity or political religious lib-

ment to Mammy "I declare you'rean erty.What r Beheift
taid. Rose. ; would the millions of unfortunate '
angel child Mammy >,
bud went on sitting on the kitchen men women and children in LZT' 'i QUflLIrlED: RsP.iN: : PUT

floor staring With large brown eyesat | Europe give to be able to live and oi His

the empty squares In her book. enjoy such a way of life? YOUR APPLIANCE BACK IN SERVICE !
From time to time she took hold of
Well, in this
war, those are the
another of her teeth and /
one or
things in our lives which In than ., bfor. need the
are Today moo v YOU
wi ,gled it, gently 12 the ilpplicace I 1.
Mammy was engrossed in a par. I Jeopardy. Our boys are dying to preserve economy and tunt-iavmg advantage of
Rosebud | them for us. your Ivclrical appbancti. This warlimtworld
ticularly big washing. was
Then with its demands on your nm., th. Needs Repair .
as quiet as a mouse and Mammy i we can do no less than tit .
n..d for trvtchinf th handy chock
forgot about her until, coming in I "say yes" and fill those war stamp r make your oloctrie appliances pay your farm U a snag appliance, lake it .. YW rtaularrepairman

from the yard with her arms full of I albums, It is our duty and privilegeto allM. Idlo appUanc aro slacktrs. G.t thorn or if you have none, brine H to

dry sheets, she encountered her child help the secretary of the treasury, t back into ...... uvu.l I IIi out ellice.W.U bare repaiied and you can
with a large hammer In her hand. x-r .. ... ,.
Mr. Morgenthau, In his magnificenteffort pock it up lot. No coot .pt actual _
the devil in her angel child I 1 .
Scenting to do the tremen.lous job of J' S' on Appliance does charaee. U a large appliance
Mammy shouted at her. "Rosebud! y phone .... Well
Come yere with that hammer! What getting the money to keep our boys Not Work b... a competent ....."-
you planning on doing?" supplied with the weapons with /l man gel in touch with 8'

But what was done was done. In which to fight our fight. 'I / Mali this chick b. .,. calling t.pairmaniU you When he call.

Rosebud's other hand'was another Surely that ii little enough for us eo tooth. Her mouth was stretched In to Jo on the home front I tightly; a Do other appllancM work on Kim appliance
a broad if slightly bloody smile "I 1 i I' f.V *.,.,. UrrorbnM' I II.I' Will appbanc work with anothor

ain't doing nothing Mammy," she V ::: cod U fiat chub .5... and 111'1..., beingnrt
said "I'm just filling up my stamp I freak: i> ._""t.d biloc reconnecting
book" It' pays to advertise. 's \ i... appliance. TIME AUIES. USE THEM TO ADVANTAGE

(Story from an actual report in ---v ; g:2':

the files of the Treasury Depart ? ...
ment.) I, .
'C. ..sX666 nonit ro""M'A5YT, (e9PeYr '
Say yes. Take your change la War "4-. =--o.,.: l
Stamp. Your investment In War "."
Bond today will save a payday for
tomorrow. U J. 1"retnri D" ."Mml -

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We always have time enougt if i ltewoTAsLRL MIVINOSS Nike A O 'V, ..

.we will but use It aright. Ooethe.

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