The Okeechobee news
Full Citation
Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00079943/00070
 Material Information
Title: The Okeechobee news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The Okeechobee Publishers, Inc.
Place of Publication: Okeechobee Fla
Creation Date: May 21, 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
 Record Information
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000373291
oclc - 33430034
notis - ACB2469
lccn - sn 95047276
System ID: UF00079943:00070
 Related Items
Succeeded by: Daily Okeechobee news

Full Text
sees Vjlartla H-t!


M t



Volume 28-Number 48 Okeechobee, Florida, Friday, May 21, 1943 Price Five Cents
--- -
-- -'-
--- ,.

Bureaucracy DIED MAY 9TH

Threatens i CLEWISTON I ALL WE dY Harley Scott was killed In Moore The LawmakersAt
I Clewiston, May 17. (FNS) The : r ; Haven Sunday morning around one
longest Harvest season In the history o'clock May 9.
DemocracyBy of the Everglades is drawingto' o- : Mr Scott was born In Fort My-

a close, officials of the United ers but had lived in Okeechobee
States Sugar Corporation announced fiSALOANJ most of his life. He was workingin -
this week. PL' Moore Haven fishing at the time By Russell Kayi'lorlilu

Russell Kay I Plans have been completed for an of his death. The Berry Funeral ( Trent AvuoUntluD

Bureaucracy, the slimy squirming : immediate annual overhauling of C ; Home of Pahokee, Fla., had chargeof Lawmakers, forsaking every elec-
octopus that Ls slowly but surely the plant and farm machinery as : : the services' He was laid to rest tion promise that had to do' with

crushing our Democracy In Its ev- soon as the season closes, Jay W z t In the Bethlehem Cemetery near "economy", staged a complete and
a ilu ;
er-increaslng tentacles sits smugly! Moran, vice president and general IRwAkkte; ) Brewster, Fla unconditional surrender to the tax-
in the legislative halls of our State. I manager said. And there will be He Is survived by his father, M. spenders last week. All hope the

Just as it does In the Nation's Congress I no cessation of work and no temporary F. Scott; one brother H. T Scottof humble tax-payers might have had

I layoffs of employees as in Okeechobee; two sisters, Mrs that governmental operating costs

Feeding Its hungry maw upon former years. Workers will be givenan Bessie! Surrency of Lakeport and would becurtained were blasted
taxpayers' dollars it harbors the I a -' 4< of Collier City, the
opportunity to continue steadily Mrs C. F Brewer when Senate upped appropriations -
Incompetent the laggard, the I through the summer. I / Florida. several million above the figure
spendthrift, and has taken from us i V called for In the Budget Com
II The annual harvest festival staged '
a government "of the people, by at the close of each season will \ CARD OF THANKS mittee's report.
the people and for the people", replacing ,
it with a government of I be held again this year, although 'ci'\\ \ | We wish to express our deepest The thl'eeeeks' effort of the '
I somewhat changed in nature. However .: appreciation to our many friends Appropriations Committee to remove -
boards and
regulatory bureaus commissions '
the annual gala spirit will be i 'for their loving kindnesses and ,from the body politic the
which are a law unto
I I maintained. The exact date has i I beautiful floral offerings duringthe growing cancer 01 bureaucratic
themselves and rule by directive or
not yet been announced, death of our dear son and expenditures, or at least retard its
I .vHomecoming-- I brother M. F. Scott progress, went for naught. Its recommendations -
Shrewd and ambitious politicianshave
H. T. Scott which would have
fostered: and encouraged them
with liberal appropriations and At : Mrs Bessie Suirency trimmed a million or so from oper-
Mrs. C. F. Brewer ating expense of the State's Innumerable '
used them to their own advantageas .2
I V .boards, bureaus, commissions
they climb to wealth and power
Baptist and departments, brought a
at the expense of the taxpaying Other
storm of protest as tax-spending
public they pretend to seive ___ i : i officials and Bureau chiefs
Well In advance of legislative
sessions, those In control of boards Sunday May 23 will be Homecoming t Reasons the hearing with tears running
and bureaus make well laid plans at the First Baptist church down their cheeks and cries of anguish -
for and our services will be changedto I that would have touched the
and map out their programs GIVE
expansion and increased power. meet the occasion. Sunday THEY t I ProbableCharges I heart ol a wooden Indian.

Through patronage they find it school 10, morning worship 11 I Tat committee might have saveda

easy to "win friends and Influence afternoon service 3, Training Union li lot of tune and effort If it, had
follows the afternoonworship [ I ;
votes". Fat fees to special attor- before senate committeemen imply added five or len percentto

neys,, soft jobs for faithful follower and In the dally press that the budget recommendations and
help grease the skids for desired Morningorsliip 11:01): I eighty-three Inter-resident citizens I II offered that as a substitute mehUl'e -

legislation and larger appro- Prelude. I of Florida have moved from the lor the Senate appropriations

priations. Doxology-Respoase. __ __ __..__ ._m__ _______ ;, State because of Intangible tax bill However, their empty gesture
agencies usually Hymn 148. levies probably are pure political ) of
Such governmental suggested cuts gave the boys on
Prayer. I!' Pfc Lawrence O Godwin returned Albert Berka of Clewiston visited i
start in a small way. Sincere buncombe nurtured by a couple of the floor a chance to do their, stuff
and, consclentlons lawmakers, de- Anthem-Gills Choir. i, to Ft. Sill Oklahoma, after :his family here over the week-end. lower east coast "local" politicians and later on they can remind this

siriny to serve the welfare of their Announcements spending an eight days furlough -0- 1\ endeavoring to throw up a smokescreen or that bureau chief how they
Suite and its people. listened in the Tithes and Offerings. visiting relatives and friends hereO "Saul and Body":: Is the subject to obscure their own derelictions saved his skin and ask a little favor

beginning: to a suggestion advanced' Hymn No 20. i| nf the lesson-sermon which will be which have been graphically \ like a Job for Uncle Willie or

perhaps by an equally sincere and Scripture lesson. G. L. Sweatt of the Naval Reserves pad in churches of Christ Sclent- !1 disclosed by the tax drive that a contract tor Cousin John. All of
I 1 I
conscientious proponent] A Commission Choir Special.SeI1nonRev. came home last Wednesday it. throughout! the world on Sunday has brought the state more than which Is necessary regular and according -

should be set up to performa Dunklin. I and visited his parents, Mr and May 23 I|I $300,000 past due-not to' mention a to Hoyle

certain functIon. Pleading the Hymn of Im'ltation-No. 237. I I Mrs. Alvin Sweatt until MondayI The lesson-sermon includes the I I half million dollars of current .

cau-e of the underprivileged the Benediction I he returned to his boat in fjllowlnst irom the Christian Science taxes at a cost around 10 per cent
lame the halt and the blind the I, Postlude I[;I Miami, textbook "Science and Health I for the gross for investigation and Ignoring every other proposed
destitute the widow and orphan ,, Afternoon Service 3:00 I with Key to the Scriptures" by I collection costs. measure a Joint House and Senate
they advocate a seemingly innocent Prelude.HymtnCongregationNot. I '.fary Baker Eddy;: "Rightly un- I Who did the Job-be they chat Finance and Taxation! Committee
Bill B)wdrn, son of Mr, "
- and inexpensive plan !%* > I 222 acceptfor (ersif.odr: Instead'of possessing''asentiment \ "woman, lawyer'or doctor-has no set wheels in motion last week to
Thus were born the countless alphabetical I Selection-Singing Class. I IOrchestra."Woodland i Basil Bowden, has been Elandll1g.0 material form, man hasa place In the discussion. The Job force through the Governor's 3c

agencies of Federal Oovemment Song". I.'I tI the army at Camp sensallonless body: and God, the ..ad to be done because during I tax on cigarettes. With 36 signerson

and thus are born the j I Quartette-"In the Cradle of the -- Soul of man and of all existence, 1938-39-40-when the two tax assessors the bill to start with, whipping

bureaucratic agencies of a Sovereign Stars". I Editor Bryant Bowden is attending brln' perpetual in -His own individuality got "all the federal infor I bosses stormed through the legislative -

State. But in the expressive \ Offetory-"Meditation". < the sessions of the Florida harmony and Immortality, mation" as Assessor Newt Lummus i I halls like Roman Gladiators.

lanjuaje of the genial Skipper of Quartette "Walk With the State Legislature, being a member imparts and perpetuates these testified-the assessors did not put Horse trading reached its height by

the 'Sliow Boat"-"That's only the Lord", j of the legislative committee of the lua.itles in man-through Mind, $100000,000 worth of this property the end of the week. A courtesy

beginning folks only the beginning |I Selection-Singing Class. I Florida Press Association. pt matter (Ip. 280:25-30). j on the assessment roll and Comptroller -I hearing was staged Thursday after-

." Hvmn-Congregation-No. 66. l Lee's Investigators did "dig noon to Rive\those opposing the
------ --- --- --- --- -
Mr. Little lays his chips on apolitical I Sermon-Rev. J B Coston. ; it out", put it there and brought measure a chance to be heard, but
winner. His reward is the Hvmn of Invitation-No. 227. | in ALL the taxes due. Chairman: Leedy of the House com-

title of Hon. Commissioner. From ]:| Benediction- I Ii The Comptroller's investigatorsput mittee announced at the start of

a country law office or a county I i postlude. It there by adding to the Iden- the hearing that no matter what

clerkship he suddenly finds him- I homecomingHomecoming tical "federal Information" a liberal anybody might say or do the bill
self a man of Import. Papers publish i is an enjoyable day allotment of "elbo grease," considerable would be recommended favorablyand

his\ picture, Job hunters dog in the history of the First Baptist travel, brains and perhapslots what's more, passed over as
his footsteps. In nine cases out of church and usually attracts people of "midnight oil"-not to mention many dead bodies as might be nec-

ten he possesses no qualification for ,from far and near. We are retlll'l1lngI espec- f I I II the desire to do a good job essary. A packed Senate chamber

the post either from the standpointof tally thankful to God for "h. II I and be fair to all taxpayers alike, listened for an hour and fifteen
ability or experience. But he 1 to us by Bro. EMC. Dunkin to I which probably was the main "or- minutes while tormer Senator Pat

c'oesn't really need It. Competent 1! brln the morning message It is der" given them by Uncle Jim Lee. Whitaker of Tampa gave a master-

underlings perform the work and good to see him and hear his pray- I These facts clearly eliminate any ful presentation of why the bill

all he need do is take the credit ers as he meets old friends and we I reason for discussing "who" and should not pass.According .

and basic in his new found glory shall continue to thank Goo for 7 should eliminate any blame againstthe .
But even the Joy of basking becomes I I the fruits of his labors In our seci j: I governor and the comptroller

a bore in time. Mr. Little. i I tlon. as to gross cost because they cer- to Editor Carl Hantonof
now Mr. Big is ambitious to become i Basket dinner will be served at I lalnly had no right to believe and the Ft. Myers News-Press, the
i 12.30: on the lawn. We cordially that Shands Committee might well
Mr. Bigger u r53 itsrt no reasonable basis to expect
Sitting with his feet on the desk j invite everyone to come and wor- j k ; I,I the lower east coast assessors had change its name to "Jim Lee's

chewing a Corona he suddenly getsa ship with us, and to enjoy the fellowship | so grossly failed to get results from Campaign Committee" since they
grand and glorious Idea. Why hour that follows. Again zs I I 'all the federal Information." Apparently have ''been Instrumental in picturIng -

not take In moreHerritory? Maybehis it is our happy privilege to have I I tax assessors can't or Jim as the State's Number One

present Job consists of looking !i Rev. J, B. Coston to speak at the I didn't want to do this kind of (Continued on Page TlU'eei-

after Orphans. It has been a pleas- 3:00: o'clock hour. Come and hear j II o work effectively.As V

ant and profitable experience, but this gifted preacher speak. Spec- | to the charge that millionairesare

the field is limited His thoughts I lal music has been arranged for trying to "dodge" our very low Storage of Eggs
couldn't the both services.
turn to Widows. Why tax levies-running from a mere
work ,be enlarged to take In a few I There will be no evening service. mill on the dollar tax while we
Widows? That really ought to be Everyone is cordially Invited to attend give them 20 to 30 mills exemptionon Now ControlledThe

fun. Quick\ like a rabbit he calls I the baccalaureate sermon at the first MOO value of their

vit u_. Special Attorney who enthusiastically I the high school auditorium at 8:30.: \ homes and the first: $500 value of

concurs, and a bill drawn their personal property such War Food Administrationhas
for introduction in the next legis- BILLY KEEN charges are ridiculous. Issued orders controlling all
their bureau a little I something about them. They should These and women-many of storage of shell eggs.
giving men
lature and all around top cowboy.
stupendous"were ropers
fed "Death defying
more power, a little more scope, a I be counted, changed, properly them among the "salt of the earth" Speculators have been turning
Mr. LittleBIgBlgger's the announcer's words used at Mildred Murphy of Avon Park
| and expedited.
little more money. tagged have come to Florida to enjoy large quantities of eggs Into stor-
with anticipation. the Wlmbly Stadium In London Fla, will present her high schooled
But you can11ust. pick expansionand I eyes glow our climate, our wonderful roads, age, expecting to sell at higher
momentous England, to describe the act which horse "Duke" in a special act on
The idea is too
the air you textbooksIf
power out of our free schools with free prices this fall and In spite of
John L. attorney, so he callsin you will witness at the Okeechobee' the program a heart-warming act
trust to one
or to children or civilian
a Huey Long a (II they have small record production this year
+ Widows Airport Rodeo and Horse Races for the enjoyment of all-
sneak Both
kind of flock of em ,
Lewis You have ts: a grandchildren), our fine govern- and military supplies were being
the halter are neglected, now as May 29 and 30. There will ,be other spec-
on it and grab it by and Orphans many ment, one of the lowest tax struc- threatened.
up when nobody Is lookln'. So the bu- all effort is centered on the big A cowboy who takes his life faith in tacular acts In addition to the tures to be found In any civilized Okeechobee: County Food Advis-

reau's Publicity Man is put to work. Idea. I his hands and with implicit bronk riding, bulldogging, calf land under the sun; and being men ory Committee Is notifying dealers,
of the pitiful Imagination runs riot as you In his two fiery thoroughbredhorses roping and wild bull riding. These
The terrible plight I I and women who have been accus- wholesalers and other distributors
Widow is broadcast In countless visualize the limitless possibUlt1es races at breakneck speed events will be an open contest to tomed to paying for what they In Okeechobee County that they
to prove the will need a board In each and jumps them directly over the all and prize money In each event. don't I
special releases. Data Why you want and what they get, we may not keep shell eggs In storage
In' Keen
is assembled and carefully county, maybe special boards top of an automobile, Billy Another highlight will be "Alec" believe they are trying to "dodge"the after June 15 except to cover existing -
point prepared for presentation at the cities, inspectors, enumerators, in- 'I (Just as clever as his name IndU the clown, "who will tickle your ribs I lowest Intangible tax rate levy contracts with government
is left unturned checkers, supervisors cates. ) also takes active parts something to chuckel
proper time No stone vesMgators and give you In the country.Yet agencies and a small specified vol-
The duty to Orphans is all special attorneys accountants, field throughout the entire rodeo. the over long after the rodeo. some of these folks have left. ume of eggs for "working inven-

but forgotten at the bureau's staff men, nurses, doctors, dentists, dl- Mr. Keen was winner contest of at So begin! now making your plans' If they have a trusted friend "back tories" In addition, the order also -
effort to encompass and, oh yes money-lots trick and fancy riding to In for a glorious weekendof
launches Its all-out etltlons what Garden In New Join north" to whom they desire to entrust stipulates no eggs may move
the Wid 0 w a. Success and lots of MONEY. But Madison Square thrills and spills the administration of any Into storage after May 20. '

cdownj the effort. Bingo I You become legislator 'would dare refuse e woulddare cooing York horsemanship and has displayed throughout his' skill Europe Not .forgetting the colorful parade estate they may leave loved ones, The WFA stands ready to buy
Mr. Bigger, Commissioner of Infant? What of In America and Australia. at 11 o'clock next Saturday they have got to "move" back all storage eggs.
Widows and OrPhans protest a tax for the care South of Venus Fla.,' morning The horse races will fol- north because our trust laws don't For the ,period June through De-
But Widows, like Orphans, lose a tiny tot? And so the innocent Oscar Clemons the bucking low the rodeo and there will be a permit them to have a non-resi- cember, an average of slightly more

their tfamor after you have been little commlstlon grows Into unlimited a great will not only the furnish show but will also 'big cowboy dance Saturday night. dent administrator their estate. If than two dozen eggs per month

"taking care" of them for a while and powerful agency with of tax dol stock act. for arena director. As you all Start getting your tickets now they have problems that arise fromFlorida' will be. available for each civilian
and as
So you begin thinking of better .patronage and millions lives know Oscar Is widely known as one which will ,be on sale all this weekat peculiar "dower" laws and consumer, according to present est
greener pastures. What about Babies Ian. And the poor taxpayer South's outstanding calf Nix Service Station (Continued on Page Three) timates of WFA.
? Somebody ought to be doing unhappily ever after! of the .

r' 'a


i ,
of Laud Sec Twp. Rae A cr. Owner Tax & Cent I : Jl'DICHAI I, C11ICTIT \rri.lCATIOM FOR TAX DKF.I

GIn:" T LAKES: M/D ..f pt Or ( on i.I.nil OK. Kl.milUA Lawlor 1035
IS HEREBY GIVEN that the follow In it rteaerlhed 1nnd will ('0. IIID ot IN AM FOIL OIOJoClloma; : Notice: la bl ::::r.'r1J: that II.maE.
old it public auction on the First day of June A. D. 11)41.: at the I Like Front lola.l7: 38 SO COt'NTYIN Durrani1, of Tn* Cortlnrate -
Rouse, the Count of Okeerbobee. State of FlnrI.I.. to pnv the amount ,I ril.tXERY No. :U, luaiii-d the mil ilu.nf

for taiea herein net oppoelt to tIe camp. together with all coat of such Lot 23 __........Blki: Arthur nI.'ban. .........._ M!! No. Ml July A.office D. 1IIMII baa:! hiia made' Hied aiiiiin'
and idvertlalnij. Bald sale to begin at 12 o'clnrk Noon Lot 13 -._ 4 (', M. Itnrbetjr .............. .ir, CITY OF OIEl4'1IO13EE.: a for In my lox Deed; to be lnau application
Deurrlptinn Amount Uta 1. 2, 3 ...... B V. U. Branch .....__...... 1.07 State municipality of Florida! of ,the Suld a CcrtlHi-iitu "'111110111..'. the d fiiliiwlni tli.Tonn.
of land See Twp Rae Ael'. Owner' Tax. & 1WL I ('():NNER III1III."B. D/D of rutltloner' NOTICE ili'arrlhed, property In the County of '
(, of E1,4: ot IIiI See 9. B of HI37 39Blk. Okeerhohm Stats of Florida, tn-wltl
1\\\11 _.__.._ t :1.1' 92 30 .1. .7. ,S.'limldt, nn_...._..._. : THE STATB e.OF FLORIDA Rig" 2U l-'l: ft :N uf SK: cnr of !nee
wu or SEI4... 4 31 32 77 O. A llnffmnn n..n 4.. Lot 21: Herbert E. Walker' .......... .71 Di'friulRiit 21, run \\' 8111 ft, N UNI' ft. K : Mft.
NE4 33 32 100 Anton T. Sctiral.lt ,,_,"...00' lute 1 and 2 .... 24 Idn K. Iliinimu, Kit. __...._. .71 TO TilE TAXPAYERS A.'D C1TIS5K.NM S MO ft. HIT 21. Twp. 37 Kjin.
NE14: -----------4 Lob S and A ._. BOno J. B. ll/ua _................. .71 ; W THE CITY OK OkKBrilOHEE 3.1. Cniitalnlnir 'K" acri'n.Th .
AI _. 8l 82:I 10 JnnlpEn!': 'Itt Thnmoa .. ... I Lob 11 mid 12.. It V, Ornmm ................ .71 : KI.OR1IM, AND \LL iiMni'Miiicnl nf nnld property
S4!: ot X14 of- Lot 22 -.. 89 U, T.. Bllaa _.............._ .71 OTHERS! IT :MAY CONCERN under' sold Cerllfli'nte leaned' win lit
1'4 -- 211 41l 12 41) II. E. Baa ....-.-. ........ ... 2 Tote 1 and :2 .... 71 J B. Olaia _..,...___. .71 rii'iimtnko Duller hut I a iii'lltlnn the name nf IlnrvevVhiH>.,
NW'. ot Swt4 _. 21 3t: 32 41 .liiine & rvln Thomas .... :2 ( I l.iitu VI: and 22.. 74 Iluith u V. Iraican ............ ..BllOen hnit hiH-n flli'il In the ," "'lIlt Court of riili'a anld Certlflrnte shall b. redeemed
..___.._..__ ... :2
Lute 10 god 11 .. U M 12 40 0. XV Orlfflth PKTF.K Klorliln. nerordliiK tn
KU'LKRXONH of the Ninth Jtulldiil, C'lrnilt of
Lot ill .__.__. __._- 23 M 32 20 Anna K M r>nlln .._... J ,, <,ovt lute 1 and, 2 :Hi) 37 35 In and fur Okeei'hnlice' rnnnty, fur thppur"ole ili'mTlhi'd;, thi'ri'ln: HliHll. I 1"'IIIIS'i'J''m"
Lot ii __ ..___n.. 2' AS: l::! 20 ('111I.. F:. Hillima ...n_.__.. Lots 1, 2 8, EH nf olitnnhitr a ilerree nf mililTi.nrt hlKhent bidder At the Cnnrtbouae door

IIF.I 21f Sl':' __ 14 3.1 :\1 40 Tlllli- lute ..n.-_.___...... _. :: of lot 33 ...... 2 M. 'r.\'n"o. Eat. ........ 884 vnllilntlnif, and cnnflrmliiB <"l'I'Y nn the first Moniloy In the month nf.lune
1.0'f. and .2.. M 33 41) O. \X' Ili.ilell n- OK OKEBrillinhE: :, KI.ORinHE ., 1IM1! :J. which la the Tin day of
Lot 12 .._ 18 14 31 20 Nnthnii llnlmei ......00...... 1 OKirrilOHF.E CITY K14J t" June, 104.1.Dnted .
-'h'''' FL'SIUMl BONUS.: 1SN1'E OK
Lot l' .. II' 31 33 211 M"IInOllk ----_._...--..-_.. } Blk. Ihla 7th ,day nf :Mnv. roll'!
-- 00. h* dated Jnnunrv 1. 1042.: In th.' nrlnrlpnl
1 Lo------------: .. 2 IIl1rharl' Wllder, ......__.__ .M
1.01 12 __.......... Iq 31 33 20 li. H DlTpnhflogh------------ ; HOY L. 1MrtERROV:'
I.nll :11 and 30 _. 22 ,11 :1.1' 40 Vnknnun __ .--...... ..__..... J I.">t* 1 to 4 IDC 14 .T E. flTou ___......._...... 1.011 nnionnt of II-7W7KS. aiihitlrliledInfo Clerk Circuit Court fOkiweholine
Lot II ____.__..__ 2\ 4)4 R3 20 II. M William _............. Lot. 20 M \\V. .T. Ihlonll .. ..._......._. .Rn two |12)| aerd't. a* follow!is..Tt'MHerlei : MIDiilinn : :' Cnllnty, Florida
Lot 11 __ 2\\ 31 3' 20 Inkmmn ...-_.__.__..__..... \' Lot. 2fl .......... 42 Will ITlIlI'hen "liE" ..?_._ 1.2 \ Norloi A. nnnila nml *:f\\ :! In n Rnrbronln PramI>. C.VOTKK .
Lot IA _._u..-.".-__. 21 34 :1.1 21) I'nknown ...-........_..--._. J : tufa 1 and 2 ..._ 41 C. C. "oyklo .....__.._ RI' B llnnils. oa full ili'iirllii'il' Hint ---..---T -. -- _.
Tnt 111 _.__.._.__ 27 34 320: C. r Ilonv --..__----........ Lot. 7 7 of R II and 4 .__.. 00 IL .:. lI..ml.. Fet .______.00.. 1 ::1'. the Hiini.rnlili' A O Knnner. niif OF
\,1 Imt erne 21 % 2q 14 tit 4 Clnronee E: Iliihhurd ........ lot 12 -._. 112 Fred H. floldl'r .___..._.._._. n the Jniliii'a nf unlil Court hue |IA-III hoHhnwn. ilan .VrrLIClTION Kill TAX I>KH>
---- order that enn-e I.nwe nf 11)3.1N'otlee
Lot An ____....__ 20 4)4 11: 20 SiimiH'1 llelnl 00." n _-...u 1 J I tit 10 111): n. O. I.om ... 2.01 requiring
If there lie. In the : la ht..IIrh"'n that Itona
... ...... T.ota .1 and-B-: Pndriek2'1 any !
W. Y. & Norma
OiTher J
Lot R2 .......... 20 34 31 211 Ijrtla M 1in''o'k
: O W folk' .. 1 Lot 10 .. 1W( :II... i). A. MAnArI __ .__ _.. 2" home nt ft Pli'rre, Fli.rldn. ot 11 :4. B IHirrnitoo. nf 'lux Certl-
I- &
Lot __ _____ Al 31 91 211 E: ------ :
lot n,7 _n_ ...... 12: At 33 21) T'nknn\\'n.. ._. .__._.. ..___ 1' 1.nt 1 ..... .. ITS Mr \\'. II. T.rrell, EAt .... II' I A. M nn the 2nd rtnv, of .Time grate :Nn Illl. Imiii'd, the ilrd, .l.inf
1. P 1IMI: why anlil Imniln ulioll not .rlll\'. .1. li mill.: HIM! Tux Certlllrnt
.... . I.iita 1 to 6-1ne.. 171 T'oknn1\'n ...... ..... 4 '
1.01 .. .._..___ 34 31 33 211 fnknown --- } -
Lot 12 ._____.__ 8\: 31 R3 2n fl. B. IYlntnr' .... ..._.._.- 1 lot, 2 .... :200 L. N. Tnth73 I1 Eat ........ I lie Tnllilnled nnd i-nnflrmeil In darerof No. 1U7, Inmicil' the 5tli iluv J tiled uf AnifIIK -
1.01 2f u.. .._ 2 :1/\ 11 29 1( 1. fahonn n .n__"-_.'_. J hula 1 and 6 .... 214 (.. ,\. HpPvol .____._____...__ 14)1 mil.I Cniirt. nnd vent arc herihrlintin.Ml |, .\. II Kilo, hit* aiimt
Lol 2\: ...0000._.___... g l5 33 20 E I. Paboon .___......_..... } tote T iiiiil _... 2.'ii "nknnwn .____...0000 _...-_ 1 nl I to how' eauae If nll\ M'" In mv :office : lute, mndi nnplliatlonfur ;
I nl 11 of nil3\ :III O A. lannherat __'_'."- _e. Lots. 1 and 2 _... 2'<0 T'nknnwn un_____...____.. I.RI hare, at the time and plni-e apei'ltli'ilIn a Tnx Deed 1 tn ho Itiaiietl thereon.
Lot 1.,ell Lot 3 210 T'nkllown __, _. __ ___ .lIft mild order, why unld hnnil nliniilil Sold' Orllflrntei embrace the following
ot \ 'n. '"
w)4 lot 2g ._..,... A All :ll 4)0 .'. II Hill 'I' Let 4 ......._.-211 T'lIknn"n ......__..._._.... ,9II lint IIP vnllduted nnd rnnflrmod, iliaerlhed' property In the Conntv olOki'erhobep.
Lot 4)2.: _____ a A\: 31 21) .* O Illlitendrnff' .-..-..:--: I 11'1. II. 7 nnd l H 241 "lIknll\\'n -.-........ 1 II' Thin! notlre ulnill I",' inihlliilii'il" In tin'Oknei State nf Klnrldn to-wlti I
Tnt 4 __..__n. t R'3 2" XV E.: Bradlev ..-_......-... lor) 10! ..._.. 243 T'lIknown ._ ..........___ .M 'holme Ne\\a. n tii'wupnpor |inlllnned > S '. of $E'4; nf II\\.4 of HKi,4nnd ;
Lot 81' ... ____n.._ 0 33.1: 20 I'oknown -_._.......-.._.-. 1 1.lit", 8 and 4 241) 111. M. :bfay ._._............. ,I
1.01 2. Rile 11 VIM Til OKKKCIIOItKK prior to Bnld lionrlnir.' the Rat : niri'a,
J.'v tllIl .._. 0t. r. 111tt.ndroA------------' ] I Flue of lnt 4 & H 1 Rah, Bond "1I E" .___-___._ 230: piihlkntlon thereof tn he nt loartrlirhfoon and
...... 1
Itlnnchnril ......
1.0------------- 12 \ 8'1 20 P ""('TII\\:')T I)1TION (t1Nt> dnv. prior to the diuo l.nN 4 'mil( 1 i IM. HO, Cltof
.._..._ .....
1':1.If: lot 19 .... 11 1)l R1 111 t. .7 Poi-tel --
.___......__.... lut S 12 :MM E. 1', Tatnm ............ .71 of cold henrlnprWltnem Okeeohohee.
I.ota A. 4. n & 11 17 8\: n3 N0 H II Weaver Late 5 and 8 .... 14 :M. K.: Olnnk .......H._...... .71 mv hand 'and the nlflilnl 'I'he nHHi'iiHini'iit' nf Hnl.l, property|
ItLNF\'GF.It PlIffl li4 BID ofNwI .,'ill 1 of iild, 4'Ollf' nt okoeclmnoo.Vlnrliln under anld (Vrtl.mti-a 1"0' In I
.01 Iota 11 & 1:1: 17 it: R3T.of. ,, lit SBV of thla nth ilnv of Mar A. P. the n n mi' nf II. E. Ili'inla. Fat
nJ k, :'P.', 13 37 85 11141 I'nleaa mid ('".lIftont,'. chat) hi redeemed .
25 and 20 .. 4 Thomaa Minima ROY n mriKRioNClerk iiernrdliiff to. tnw property de*
I nl :2 __ __.__ 7 t'nknown .................... Blk of the, Clri'iilt Cmirt! rrlheil therein ulinll he anlil to the
00 Intn 22 and ::13.. 6MH Irla Knllnn "HE" ...... ..... 1.\1\ I
I ,..t\ 1 Alld :2 1n r. r Mrllae .- Mnth .Tmlldnl, Clrf.ill "fFlorliln hlirheat hldiliT it the Courthouse door
_. 00 111 flLots721) .... Fanlk ...__..__.. ....__ ) 'Til MIX I''' .:'' N/l of In, n'I I"" <)l '. .. ihi firm Momln In the month of
o ,
) 1111(1 1 !110. 1:1: rilfforil' OernlilCarl .........-... fo'F.I/L Of sr'4 of h..h. i'"mit\ Tune lilt: which It the 7th ilnof
I..,. f'. RI )2.. 11 t'nknnwn\ __..._.. ...... \-fc I'o.lt EH of n 'Ir, 'ill f'..nrl Will\ Jnm lII a.IIntpd I
tat 7 .. .. n. 12 81m\ : :III W. I. Mlanll II n. 111.'lua : t1 I NEvf N of F W 'I" W I"'nph.| Tr thin nth day of Mnv, 11)43.
RI of SEI4 n/ & N Itv' ...... U7\ SI C"nn,ol fnr Petltloni" Mn '.1' ,' RACLER8ON
AFI1: : .. 14 nl: 8Sl11: Wonn .._ ..__ .-.._____.. Lot 7 ___.--.__... 1 t'nknown .................... '"". ROY Clerk n of Circuit CourtOkiwholie
-- -- "dt 10 .- ........ t ,T 1'. Hnurnn Ill E" ....__.... InWllllo .
1I\.t.I-.II.1: el\F''N H-"T10 /.. Lot 2 n _.._____. 4 \ Tmlor ................ ..RflAdillK Send The News to friends Conntv' Florida l'ARELESSNESS
"f 1IF.4 nt :NE14: It 811 1\1 I Ted 11: ___. .__.__ 4 While1IE" .___...___ in1.1H. B.i Siirhronln l eAPeI

I ,"t. ft2 nod IIR I1lkfi Oliver KltU.m .............. Lot 4 .....____... II R. X.' \'klrk .............. KB
Brut :'ip", ofNwVN \\ IIK.IITM> H\"S ADDITION '
run F. 421)fl. Sill of sw'4 of n yw
II Ito orrl.V of SEV4 of :Nl:', 11 37\ 81 ,
120 ft. S l9IN 8l 11 91 1'1 furl !Klonn __.._... ......._... Lnt 11 and 12 .'. B Ada Mlti-lifll: Ref __ ._00._.. nr., I
I 01 11 __ ____._ 17 11 AI I (21)IV.! T. Hewitt -...._...__.. 1.nt. .1 and A-... D Walter' McKonrln ""F." n... 102Lnaliia n
I "to :1 nn,1 22 __ 17 Al 4)4 4'1' 1. R. nntiM ...__.......... lots 21 nnd 22 .. E White "nE" .......... 102
1:15 ot 1027 2'\ l1 31 11)IHlnlln., F. Hnnry .......... Htll.HOU ADDITION S/I of
1..1 11) .._ ..._-_ 90 3'\ '14 20 Vnkni.Hn .....__.._.... VI.' nf NE'i: of
x (' iul7GIITN. emIF.f' n i sE': .:__.. n 37 31 I +
?nl.n?; : $ ,'t"1'I 141 M Lot 1' _.__.._.nU 0 .:II. Ormnn .................. 1.1ft 4

1..1. 17 en4 1N 1ft fbii. nrN94t.t ..........._.... /h\ In -- nM 37 31
I 1. 2 and A non inphln Thrlitenann ......... ft 1)r; j.i 714 P. 1', l: aim ...-.._.___.__.___ :! 14
I'tN, 42 to 49 Inn nn Tav Robert _............_.... Lute 7, S. n u.. 22: T'nknnnn .................... .7H)
I...,. 34 In R7 Inn 3f1 Vfiknnwn _.__.. ..... ..u___. tnt 1 In 12 Ini' .. 23 1'1I\ ''I'4 nt. 1"1'" ':', lit OK KM I III lit,.: II..\ OP1IFNT: CO'sMn

VFt; __ _____.. 20 ftl: II' 10 fnknown .............. _.... nf port r.ovt1i
''' ot NE'4 ofWEt4 >t 8 -- -_ 22 37 3.1 i1J, i'Ll

___._._.._ 20 4)8 ill :III t'nknown _. _....___......... 1. Lulu 1 10.2TI Inc: _. J t'nkaows\ ...._.......____._ 101 I
1V'J fit 11\\4 et'opt Li.li" 1 In 21 Inc, ,
flit 111\\ 10! Al: jib 71 n. D t'otmet _. _._. ._..... "rte Intn 11 & 12 Q "lIkllown .__..._._.........__ I'll
111 of flE'1 &< Mr I.LII IN \lWlno
xr14 "t M14 4 ftt R' 1m Pnkuowii .............._._... In ..mm on'n 22 37 35: .. hS
I'F.I.ot "r.1 ____ 4 At A1 411 K, "'. "pmildltii! .... ........ Iota' K nnd! A ____ A r. 1'. Evani ....... 1.1fl
:% E)4 fit :-'WI1 11) U 1, 411 llnlnh rain .T,. 00. ....__._... BROWNING AUDITIONIn
govI; 10/. 1 end 4 -----------------.1 i 37 33
'" T.'y .f IIWI1'1\ :It U Inl Lnta' I'l'na' rhnwno'l ._.. 0 lot 12 nnd 11 .. ;Mary F., :McLautfhllii Ki: S\\II ot cF.4 _. 11 :It ::1ft 40 r'nknown .._....!,._...II..... W '.W liT',. Ill IRI \I>I>ITIOVLni'nteil
xF" IIf : In late 7
f III':' /-t Ml I:4 7. 2:1: U :tI! 1\0 W. P. Ooker' ..___..._-.... _n__.__ .. 22 S7 8.1
:" \\,1. .. ._---- 7 At: U inn l'n lI"wn.. ..,....__.. ...... 7 Lot 12 ____ ._..n 'urlla 'rlBht 1.4(1M. ( ,
I M'L\TTH I IEH I. l'''
lKF tIInllt t: I"7. \ I

Lot' 10. 1I1k 12\: .. :Mel .N, Champazne .......... 1 of nf W'A SF:1'1' of 13 37 35 : I.. Mobloy ............__.. .01 I 4
SF:1 I. "t SWInt\ S""I'tut .1 I\illl I
u. _.. '_ 0 AT M 111 ."''PI' C Olnirii ..?... _.... 1 I
IV i.f Ok"1"
rx1im, -
f E"i of line, .\\'" .---- --- 21inrt :.17S7\ 31 S20'i J. A. Dniiirlitrjf .... ...--.... 1.2 \\\V K: lit FF1': I

11 1'.v u _..._. 0 I 4)7 85 111 ntktmwn _.........00....._.. 1 1 ( IIK llw lit .1. __li'iia I-__ 22 n\: : ............... 17:
\ of of
...W'.r fiKM\1r' II XT II rninown ......_............. 'lir.Vt lot| ll/W.1 exi'l'ptrroek and' '

NH'i V\Y':,tI l I/'.f1'Rrf\ 3.1M I fhnl part W of 'I y

II ._ U 8T T'rknown .................._ Troik liii'lii.lidIII P
Mvij'nnf rr'i Ci'iitrnl Lurk 22 37 81 11.1\ rnkiinnn n...............___ 1.\9' I
"Tnt: \ 10u

rrc: inK" .... I Il 83 I'nknnwn ...-......__....___. I\EII M.DnuMVv.. TAX C-OLIFCTOH" ) pe .
: lit S 11'4 of S7R OI\t .:("ITIIIIIT': I'nT'ST\. FLOKIDVNtn
ME)4 *_. .....* 11 in rnrl F. ..".....
'\1. nt NFVti' .._. : so! &Tek9nwn .LiC_.-_- <
, SE'1; nt II AT 411 .._.....,--....._... 2
\ "t xw 5'Vi' .._. H ft1 to rtiknnwn ...............__._. 4 < l: OK TI"I..K: li'i'mcd iioi'orillnif to liiw' 1r1pin air
*.\ of NWM A I'or lli'llniiui'iil lull ..\rra'hide.hrlIILN. ili'Hrrll.ed: tlii'rt1):)!:) Klnill 1 be: .'"Io\lrr\ Ihhlfhi'Ht :
S\\ 'I lIt KF.'J IIII) r"'l" 'I'"u" hlililor, lit tin' I'otirthi.tixi! ., diIMI .
of NWi. ._._. 14 :IT S3 noin I'nknown .._ _................ :N'otli.' U 11.'rrhy'" t.lM'ii I hut nil the IIrut M.indiiv, In the month
.:11 ..r "SRi' of li.inlH ili'llniui'iil! nn Jnnu lot I'M: : for Inn. 11I1t.: nlilih la the 7th dui "
....:1/, -_ .. 00 IT :.17 USsn TIm r.1.ilon "IIB" .___...... 1 linn 'IIILJ unnt of KveruItiih I'rulungrLLI19.t JII'" '.... tI'It.l'u.1 : iMk
". \1'1\\ _. IN :t'F Fiji" P. r. jnlnn/ .. "n_" _.,-- till..'. l Inr tin' M'lir t'MJ' or, Ilili .III day' of Mnv. 1U4Kil ;< r'k .lvY l t)
Mil.: "f >E'i ofNFV : murk tbi'ri'ui im in,,.\ 110 ueri'niim, tu \' L. UM'I.EU-nX: ,
211 :IT i) lln iiniiiiihl dm1 for tiixen ..n anld Clerk I'lriMilt Court fnkeei'hnhep I
NFV. nfW", i.fNEV4 H. Potlkelun .. .unh:__. fur lull, jenr, togi'thcr, wllh thi ,'.11111'' Y. 111,1By ,.
21) IT .inMl 10 W .T. rMniay| .._........... 11"\" of null Bpeiltled In the hittaI'oMTMlne Xi.pbri.nlii, IViui U i
NWu.nf ,
MVInf"vRl5 20 :ST A Rnliert V Pent ..__........-. I, tit Public uintloti )hi'Klniilnu at .Iwolw1l.Yll.1 -- I
ix.mpf : 'k llnnn nil the iKt 4)'q' nf ,IlllHM41 .
II!"I IIV :III 3T tin CTS3 Hophla P. Moaer __.......... : nt the fiinil ilnnr nl' Ih. C.nirllliMlao I
"i. of VBIof' III tl h.' 'll\. of Okl'll'll.lhl'l'. CGhccdlOhl'l' 1'rtti.
x1Yl ,'xrPI,1 n r'lmlilii. mid, 1'nlitliinliiK, ; until sold Mill1la
u n/w ...u. : IIn 111'fa S, L. M.'f>MB" .........______. 1 ,'"IOplrtel.A '.
ripe; i d I :1 8 siT 11II C1! Porn Ildolinrk ............. 1 loinpli'li1| / lint ..f ouch di'lliuiuentlllllilH .
"'I, nf Nw1of \ l I. IIMlll.ll.l.I r... l.llllll.' lllK.l'ltloll| Published Every Friday by the
xw | of .NW'i 27 : n.in r. R. riillllnrawnrth ._.. iltirlnir the l.imneKH home nt the .
.fll"1 Okeechobee News Co. at Okeecho
II. II 10 eha M ofW of the Tan Ci.lli'i'lnr ror the "'") I : I
\ i or Bee 8t, fit lUM'i'linhei'/ r In the Court Iloime ntOke '' bee, Okeechobee County Florida. ,
HIM S' ijtt ft tn ..i.hol.i'i'. r'lirliln. nod ln<|iilrli'B, nato I' -- _. --- re I
'I., EnaterlyonM'f. the I indH," Inrluih'd In cull dellniinit I
T''>rt ft. N | ) ILL l.v, mull or by telepbone, BRYAMT BOWDEN .......... ... :dtor!: I
ill: ft. W Ton ft:18: n 6H, t. I.. I'a.lloa _..-.........._ or In pcrMnn, durlnir himlni'RH huh F.. '. ----- --.-- like a
\ of XU, of will! In' hilly nnanered by the nfiln' ,
XEV: nf BKVof of mild Tin: Ciillci'tor. Entered as second class matter thief in the is ,
SWi/ :2* M 112'At: Wm. MeRnimll ""E" 19t1) I1I:>) IK: .\ll I ':ilM\N. July 1. 1914 at the Post Office In night, hard I
v'' of :j------- Tux Cnlleetnr of Okeochoht'Connt
sKl/4 itf S15H of \ KlnrldiiMITKh Okeechobe. Florida under the a to catch. Improper use of
.2'4 4 2" a* 11II 1164 Wm. Mi-nttHnell, ')IF" tlM3)) : 1 --- -- ---- -- Act of March 8, 1879.SUBSCRIPTION. ,
of IBV4 ofsnt ; OK lour electric appliances is "
nf swi'I 2ft XTar M nan J. W. Poison "IIR" _.._n__ 1 .MTI.K .\TU\ Mill T.\\ 1)1:Kll.mi. > \ 1 1I 1I 1I
s j/n: of ICR. of IIIIANi.tlii : RATE caused chiefly by carelessness
of nwn\ A : l I. hiri'hv/ ,. iil\"en Unit ..lohnI One year In advance ... .... $2.00I
----.--. ::1\1 3t n :j/s tnex Aliatln TVmla ......__.. 1 Bri-tt hohliT. nf Tnx ('.r!lll'neo I and
\\i:Elf S\\'%j of No. 1V. ,In Hill\ Ilir. iMKlled the :3rd Six months In advance .. ........ 1.00 s-jch inefficient 1

"WI _._ __._ 211 : M IIan fnfcnown .._......_........_ day of Jnlv, A 11 HUH: luia filed saute, I(, Three months In advance ........ .'71I fuel oil vital
H.'ir !II\\' pur offVi In innrflie : Inn. iniidinpi'lli ntlnii use wastes -a 1 ,
nf RWU of for a Tax I)i>ml tn he Umied therenniKnlil I "
ri4 of !II"' ''', t CiTiloi'iiten iml.rnie, the fi.llunlnvilewrlhed Reading notices In local columns t war material
run K 4H1 ft R |iropiTfIn! the Conntv or 10 cents a line Rates for display!
'.'0 'r'|,. N 40Aft lki'0i'hnhi.i'. Stnte nf Flnrhlii, to-wlt : I
W 224) ,."... snof II, 11II 8 U. r. Renrnon' n.._._....-._ All lll.ii'k. 1 tn 4 Ine. .tree Iota advertising! furnished on application. CONSERVE FUEL OIL WHEN ,
\\ i nf W4KI of 11 nnd 12, Hlk 1. Xi'iiiliiiili-/ Ihrkwddlrisluu Classified advertising, 2 cents USING YOURREFRIGERATOR <
\ 1lit Himnek .if I':;'. nf NEI/4 nfNW ,
.. .ll r. -.. III STST n. n J. T. fl.flPAAke... : nf Xii' 'Jll. 'Iwp :37 Rid1 I each word per Insertion. All Items j I I -
I r.1: NRIh 941. regarding enterprises conducted for
;H'I4 211\4: m nknnwn ..._____.._.......__ : 'I he iiHHi'aHiiii'iit nf mild "| ro|>rrt\ 'a Don't loot
in nerea of Lot nnili'r mild CcrilHuiti' )-ao.d \\IIH lathe profit are chargeable at rdvertfelng open mart than
tixtdi' "Plnn of inline of Currle K: Mi-N'elll
''teelnma t Ion" Ilih'MK mid ..IIII.ul.. Hluill hi' ,'.. I. rates. I necessary.

ha. "Bw. 17 nnd IDv 1\1I an to M. R. l.lrttaoy .............. :
..... ft.. u#. N1T1' I Don't overcrowd shell ts. "
lOr NFll, nt SIC
'"d N till tt nR2111ff I Don't store hot foods.
: ofM14 A- **"*

.t NW% I N 1,4, /! A I Defrost once each utek.
"r SEII hang : iste From where I sit II I
"part nt lot 41 .. 10 IN AS :l FVII; C. f'lennn .. ............. ) When
III __00.. .___... I M 3ft IIIfI Martha flint & win Tanee .. i things go wrong,
III n._...._ __ 2 114 IIfI ANI! fartha Peott iV "'in, lance .. : tall
'I 1 .. n _n._.. 1\\ M nt1 AAa Martha "?1>11 & win lanea ._ "f'., your repairman.
\11 ..00...__."__ 111 ftf 11ft 12. .___ _.._.._ 114 811 art Mnrlha feolt & ,,m. I 01l0, ._ \ ,
.\11, --.-.-.......- 11 1 MIl 041 Martha "i-ott A wm. lane .. f! J r by Joe Marshthe
All ..__......_..__. n fll 0)' Martha "mutt A "'hi. Inne __ : ( : .ID.t"
Alt .h_______..-. J! M M1 Mnrlha Si-ott A nm Lance _. ,f. t .....
lit 1 811 filII Martha Keolt Hm.. Lnnee __ I 1 GII1' ct.m'.WY:
.\II oxorpt. 4)4 of /
lIt NI'4 -..,-- :22 3I ftfI MB Itnrthn 11,11 Win. l.nIlP' _. I .

11.11' III or Int.l't.I" Fro j. Swanson fancies himself the military police agree tha ;I

S1VIv nf'e.t.. as an armchair strate lst. Some- Instead mining discipline'

ol"Y Iini IIr let t'mcs he gets so tangled up I beer sold in Army ramp pro-
BIk 1 end
HI w ath'r: land: just can't resist tryln' to Tides our noldlers with a mild EFFICIENCY IOU NANO-IN-NANI

'.t Tnkn thence him WITI 11S11fUS MAMGEMEirr
straighten out. of
X I:7)I die U' Fl form relaxation without 1m-

,"done II11P 2"' Rrl For Instance the other day he pairing their efficiency
S Power Uicl
In II/W I plant 'ncr .pMde
1111. of ('lInn was waxing Indignant about our Well Pete allowed that the .. Vldorr Had Wat at '
: : soldiers: being allowed to buy chaplains and military police t bom alow "up. CoaMrr
"11911)1 II/\\' DIll flIt lieu in
right Said that
v :11: tlcg camp. art a pretty good authority on Ki.l oil by iMia yow .ppU .

11'. W TI.3: : ft.Xwiv was Just coddling the troops and what's right for soldiers. I've noticed ce. propwly..AO. .

\\'n"'r Aln'boil", 11'or would ruin discipline. lately he's been confining I

l.nkp In Inn II aq M J.hn 0. Sentt ,_,, __ .-..-... ( I told him the actual facts badillparty his remarks to the broader
1"11 NF: : ere flovt'n' of
t. ran' II 1111fl. been established by a phases strategy.

W to F. Ihta1)e study, the Government made.

frock rlptnent., HI"' ft Nelnne Their report laid chaplain and a., .11/f

.ntd C'.kI. 01./\;
'IIv.'n. lino
lit late 2. 3. 4 anpprot ._. .

911 tl, Na. 63 Series .. .. .... EIt'Rid Jf- ... ;.t '
of /
E: 1100 tt ...__ ::13 IIR 3ft 10 I4o ''on.' OperatlnK ('a. __.. : a I CopyriE9t,194TBreulnRGdgxryFemdataap
i. "
.0; ,,
.1 .: ,

a .. ,


MAY 21, 1943

OTHER REASONS PROBABLE part, The Spring Cupid seems to

(Continued -from Page One) Purple and Gold News"FOR be What working has..backward.happened to the romance -

from our crazier "step-mother act" between Billy Rudd and

certainly they have to "move" their Loiretta Oriner? They seem to

. domicile. But even with all this. A GREATER OKEECHOBEE HIGH SCHOOL"FRIDAY have broken up We think Eurl
we agree with the Ft.
Myers News- Harden had something to do with
Press that none of them are bodily .

moving from Florida All they are MAY 21, 1943 i this.J. C. P. sits mighty close to

doing is "changing the address I Greta K
on 'I I In Science class third period -
their income tax returns" and on I I What is the

registration books. For like the r CHAPEL PROGRAM Sophomore- I A SWIMMING PARTY Future Farmer Uon coming to? younger genera-

News-Press discovered, when it ;- Peiilee certainly seems to be in

heard that George Judd had been I Bvlelin II \\uifnnl The Science Class of girls taught hot water. We hear that H. C.

"run out of Florida" by the tax The program opened with a I Senior Picnic! by Miss Kathryn Glffor went on a Annual Banquet McDermick is coming to town this

collectors and checked up and found Bible devotion led by Junior Rogers I ulcnlo Saturday, May 15. There I ; week-end and we think It is to

Mr. Judd "is around town as usual, | and Mr. Williams leading us In were only a few who went, ,but we pay a special tribute to Perllee. H.

buying groceries operating his I prajer Next a piano solo was ren- The Sophomores entertained the can assure you that we had a grand'' The Okeechobee Chapter of Future C. Is a nice fellow. and we know

groves packing plant and other tiered by Marjorie Williams. A trio I Seniors last Thursday night with a time. Those who went were: Miss Farmers of America held their j I yoU can show him a good time but

Interests, maintaining his attend- I was sung by Iris Conrad, Elsie Mae picnic party. The group met downat Kathryn Gifford, Mildred Phelps annual father-son banquet last Fri- <: you must not forget Glenn.

ance record at the Rotary Club, Conrad and Betty Huff entitled : Page's Tourist Camp Picnic Alma Joyce Trumble Iris Conrad, day night in the grill of the Southland : Porky Just doesn't seem to know

contributing generously to the hospital "Whispering Hope" accompanied at'' Grounds, and a special good time Virginia Parkerson Dorothy Sellers Hotel. The room was attractively -i when to stop playing a sucker.

enjoying the climate, buying the piano ,by Mrs Merle BarlieLt.'I'I was had by all that came to the I and our guest Barbara Ann arranged by the F. F. A. boys Come on fellow and get wise

and helping sell war bonds boost- A monologue entitled party. Moore. I and decorated by the Home Eco Sylvia seems to be getting aroundone

Ing the chamber of commerce of She Studies" vas given by Susan i I II Games were led by Miss Finger We hope to have a party soon nomic girls. There were not quiteas I night she's with Bearcat, the

which he Is a distinguished past ( Hancock. The Glee Club favored and everybody participated, having I hen all the girls can come.Sophomore many fathers and sons presentas next Jack Coker the next Gilbert

president, taking an Interest In I us next with several numbers. I a good time. --y- there has been in the past, but, the next with Claude Gardner and

politics though he can't vote here Last but not least was a skit en- More than a hundred and fifty I II the food was just as good. and served etc That's right Sylvia enjoy

any more, and generally conduct- titled "Adolf's Birthday", by Bill sandwiches cookies and five gallonsof In the most elegant style by them all.

Ing himself like the active and val- Williams, Adolf Hitler Bill Hendry orange Juice was devoured by I the lovely ladies of the Ninth grade The scrap book came out this

ued citizen that he Is." Reprint Herman Goerlng Snookie Watford, those attending: The food was raised as the chapter week and it seems that Jack Duke

from The Monticello News.V Handy Man. Jol)ti Neff, Ir\\ In Jack Duke, Betty Mason, Inez' Section II of the Sophomore class I pi eject. Thus tha chicken squash and Betty Mae Thomas made the

Rommel Jerry Hunt and American I Minnie Lea Lowry La- I'I'Hazelllef. with Miss Finger as their home- Teen beans potatoes cucumbers, camera every time It was clicked.

SITTING IN WITH prisoner. I, Verne Hazellief Earl Hansel J. W. room sponsor enjoyed an ice cream tomatoes and beets all tasted better or are they together all the time?

TilE LAHMtKERS: After this program Mr. Williams Jordan Charles Parkerson Betty party at the home of Laurens because they were our very own. We thought Betty Mae was being

discussed a lot of last minute de- Donald Gardner. Tommy Evans I I'Mr. I Reeves Monday night. While Miss The banquet opened with the Invocation true to a soldier

(Continued from Page One) ;clls. and made a number of (1.- '' Devore Perilee Hunt. June ringer Mr. and Mrs. Reeves with by Rev. W. R Howell and Believe me Phylls certainly I Is remaining -

Reason why "Millionaires Leave nouncements. I IV I Cheshire Doris Cheshire Kathryn I the help of most of the boys made the opening ceremony by the chapter true to Connie you Just

Home. It Is awfully hard to get -_ --- !i I Sweatt, Alvyna Sweatt Frances I II ten quarts of Ice cream. the members officers. Several speeches were can't force her to even have a date

the average citizen to view with Field i iI I Knight. Laurens Reeves, Joe Underhill ; of the class enjoyed lively con- made by some of the chapter members to be sociable.
Held tlons. and various
I any degree of alarm the sad plight Day Gilbert Donaldson. Clyde verba ping pong Charles Hargraves told of the Sylvia Arnold Is wearing a new

I, of the millionaire and anybody who Durrance, Lillian Walker Gladys games. chapter's accomplishments for the diamond and the lucky man is a
and cookies were served -
successfully kicks them around Is Last Seville, Elizabeth Lightsey Bessie I Ice cream I'ear. and Vernon Wright told how member of Uncle Sam's army.
Tuesday abundance the following
more apt to be looked on as a hero I i I Mae Ralfsnlder Mary Robinson In and he became interested in Agriculture. Tiny and Juanita still have eyes
had wonderful time:
than a tyrant. The public has become -. : Sarah Howell John Neff, Maron persons a for only each other. We thouirtltJuanlta's
Bessie Mae Ralfsnlder. Elizabeth
so accustomed to investiga- The Student Council sponsored a Martin Mildred Morgan. L. P. Sue Freeman. Hen- The boys then introduced their heart belonged to a sailor -

tions that eveh if the worst is uncovEred -I Field Day program Tuesday after I Mercer. Porky Draughon Miss Eva Llghtsey Walker Betty Frances Knight, Billy fathers. and each father and son I. but she seems to keep Tiny on

they still won't believe it. I and Finger ry mode short speech. The boys the strIng.
noon which proved to be quite successful i Johnson, Miss Constance 'Chandler. Edgar Knight Sarah a

Vt -- Most of the student body :I I How ell, Lillian Walker Alvjna just about had Pro DeVore in Didn't Molly ask Jack Duke to

Thirteen billion dollars th. members participated in the differ I 1 The Sophomores enjoyed playing I Sweatt Gladys Beville, FrankReeves. tears because every boy expressedhis the Theta Beta Club? At least he

| sum the Treasury must rail ent events, and enjoyed all of host of the Seniors and they wish Mr. and Mrs. Reeves Lau- regrets in that he prefers the escorted her home. I guess you've
i In the Second I farm to school teaching and will noticed that nice little watch Molly -
War Loan drlvt
them. A few patrons came out to to express to every member of icns Reeves and Miss Finger.
Is only one sixth of the estimated witness the field day program.In Senior class and their sponsor. that i, V be leaving our community as soonas Is wearing. and you know she

cost of the war for theflecah the half mile race Silvanus I from our class we think you are a I The highest wisdom is continued school Is out. went up to Jacksonville to Herbeit's

year of 1943. Harden, Senior, Frank Reeves Junior group of the finest that have ever cheerfulness; such a state like the Mr. A. W. Tenney who is State graduation and now he's stationedat

and Robert wish the is always Supervisor of Vocational Agriculture Vero Beach Molly came back
------ -- ------- Clay Sophomore. I graduated and we for each of region above moon
participated. Frank came in first you much success and happiness. clear and serene.-Mongaine. was the guest speaker and was from Jacksonville wearing the

in nun'-1'1'"> <,'limn'""r'... .,'r\.,'tI ifl."" ,......... followed. closelv bv Robert Clav In I introduced by Prof. C. M. Williams watch Nice going. Molly, but

OIIMU:: Hi'llllll:, ,, i In (.HAM '\.'\\v the half mile race with participantsfrom I He gave a very interesting talk. haven't we seen Herbert escorting

K. C. VHB Kl'\p. ]I the 7th, 8th and 9th grades ; I.- and challenged the boys to give Marjorie Wise about town? Look

n I orillinin i. ft iii.orlp I Dozier Clements came in first OurjfferchantJffarineCOLONIAt more than ever before to the agriculture out for your man Molly when anew
: Til .IM'hK I project because It is all for man comes to town
Williams second and Snook
Tho Stntp tif, Klnriiln to Piinllitini, 5 Haynes
Klrkliinil, I nc, mill (ikiiilioliin ('in' Watford was third. Ictory. Maron M. took Martha Walker
nnil, <'(VIII"'lilY. IH| ,I>|.,,'II riorhlti i.nt: I. ? : Mayor H. H. Raulerson announ- home from the Theta Beta Club
In the boys three-legged race
TMirntlun. iiml nil ii,1rIl,'. rjiilmlnit In-
tenet II)'. thriiiiL'h nr ninli, ,>r n which was quite comical, especially ced that the chapter had purchaseda What's this-It all seems a little
1I'II111MI .'Hid iiniiii'il ilNm.lv.\ li.rl.ln M' ?- Bond. the bond was mixed .
$50 War and tip.Claude
when and L. P. Mercer
Bobby Page
niti..ii niul nil I "|'nrI linliiunr I I I II
cliilinlnj I., him- nnrlirlit. Iii, I h' tripped each other, and couldn't'get presented to President Silvanus Gardner has been com-
nr "'10'1'"'' III lot II of hl..rk 1. of I I 1 Harden by Mayor Raulerson. plaining because he can't seem to
NUl1thw.1,1,1111, iiui to IIk-Ih..E' up to finish the race, Johnny
Florliln. iiirnrillnir\ to |lit of .nli| mllltliiii : Jenkins and Billy Goodman came 1 __ This banquet concludes a very I find a girl to date while he's hereon
reeonleil. In I ho nil I IIP of Hit Micceisful furlough. but he seems to be
Elled- year.
(' ,'i'k nf 1hi) (Irtult ('0111'1 of Okeeilii.hco in first followed closely by I
'niintrinrlilii. III Phil llniik ridge Kelly and John Neff. --y--- doing all right for an engaged man,
2, M r t>n Re 7: I I think.
In the iiiiiiu- nnil In' Din) niillmrlU' Elizabeth and Sarah came in first "
I,? the Htiife, .if I I-'I"rl.llI. ton niul 1 "llI'h in the girls three-legged race. and LastMceting of Guess thls'll be all until next

nf to \nip on mi ire niiptMirnut tiiiiiiiiniiili.il' t nt nnil tlio rt'eiiIrt'I Court, I do think all of them ran a good AMONG HISTORY5_MOST THRILLING STORIES IS THAT week and be sure and don't miss
i OF OUR MERCHANT MARINE that epoch as I promise you a
HOIIHIof Okioilmliee Comity Kliirltln fifty yards without tripping each
on .Tl1"" jn. 1114: n nil then-lifter. tilt.lour other. ITS FIRST CHAPTERSLIKE : Theta Beta ClubThe blood stirring epoch.
uilttin ilefeiiHen hi ,'r. ti1 MlltUiriHM I
'. ,,nnntnrilnllll, nf I II"In dash Dorothy MANY LATER ORES WERE V---
to till' (' In the girls' fifty yards I --'-- --
,it Hnnlen nnil t"N' llanlen rte : : WRITTEN? STERN
Worth from the grade haven't gotten
' "'11.11111'C III nbme i-ntitleil "',i's" ntil.lmilt I 4- If you
. ,c :; liulnff of nlimo. ilmket uinuLit' nithora took first place. In. the boys' fifty Theta Beta Club held thelil.is tRS-s to buying a Second War Loan
immeil Court for rll..I..IIr."t social meeting for the year of ; think' what It
., yard dash Jack Elledge took first i '..d, top ud
n inoitirtitfi nn nhovo ile' 'rtl) 'il 'iihiN
nnil tlu' unlit, <.onnti' .ri.!nlin I m-i-klni/, .- place In the boys'' hundred yard fjT BEGINS WITrlT HE TCRRlBLE WINTER p 1943 Tuesday night at the South- r would mean to you If our soldicr -
lief by JulMliijr III imklnir for the fortiloMiim -, Donald Mack took first place. land Hotel The rugs were rolled hadn't gotten round U
thereof. mnl' .i>eitlti* "'rf.riii dash OF 1607 WHEN THE DISCOIJR'AGEDPOPHAF'ICOLONITSON'THE
> well it's hard I C.- bock and a punch table was set the light.
mice bv I rniniiliilnnitt to < OHVI \ In the potato race -
till flllM lltllllri to Killil ""iiitr'IiiIIii\ ; about three' Hid decorated with Easter Lilies -
tlo not to decide who won as KENNE3EC RIVER,MAlNF HEWEOV, .
ntitu ,1. Unit If loniiilnlnniit -- -- -- -
Mil) liii5111111' In nt fnn-ilomire. for boys came in about the same time, FqOM1'NEFORESTTHEFiPSTAMICABuILTCO'1fPCIALVES5'THf. Refreshments of punch and cookies

illl,nrmim.it of tin- inn l's III miirttherefrom and I don't know who the Judges I i$' wf>ie served throughout the even-

iliilmnntH' III ilnlni pimnent mnl, Hi of n aiilil mnl<1 milliter olh,"? decided had won. 30 TON PINNACE \ RCINIA AND ( '.It. I Ing.A THIS WEEK
\ vine fla priivi-il, for III ,th,' OVIMII of In the boys stick relay the teamof I SAILED IN HER TO tMGLANO contest was played and Joe
,? niisnerlnii HPforcing -
ili'fnult In npimirlnir or
to ln\\.. ilii-ree pro ,'","f., ...,, Jack Elledge Johnny Jenkins A"/n' T.tENWENCLND( Underhlll won first prize. Gilbert TheatreOkeechobee
I Will I h,' ..",1,1 llflllllMt Millltnomi Porky Draughon and Jack Wolff \ p COLONISTS, LACi inv liiin.l, in I'l.Tk mnl tin' ; ) VIRGINIAS TOBACCO CROP AND
,ni'iil of milil\ Court Mil Mn' 17 194:1' I IllilY came in first. I s hlp were enjoyed by the members
It II.\I-FIC-OV: In the girls stick relay the team FERTILE SOIL TURNED TO TMt 01 the club attending and their

ricrk Clri'iilt I'onrt nf Okeei-holiee. Hancock Peggy Chandler SEA FOR THEIR LIVELIHOOD friends. who were as follows:
Connlv, KtoihlniSeill < of Alice .1 Friday & SaturdayTIM

It. E. llnmrlik, mnlnrlton ) Doris Thomas and Dorothy Worth I' .1I I Harry Paul Oieenbeiger Alvyna

I <', & I':HIM. came in first. : Sweatt J Ie Underbill Virginia!

Sti'li.'1. ,'1'1.Itorn".-,..for}'Ill. Our time became short so we ((3fl EATEST FRIEND Or OUR COLONIAL __ Parkerson Betty Barbei, Porky HOLT

', s1VOT1CF -l'i1 left out the tug-o-war. rope ,,' POOVENOROfMASSACHUS1TS.WI1O& Johnson Mike IB
I ( niiiiteri'Inlniillilit _. __ climb-I $HiPPiNGW&SJONNWINTHROPFIRT :, Draughon. Zelda
ing and Jumping contest '... ..... Barber. Eva Nelle Hall. Claude
FOR l'\SS\r.K. later date. TINY SLOOP BLESSING OF THE BAY, 1630 "-". Gardner. Ellis Drauhon Jack

M't.CMI." OR IOC\L U"'I ,\ )NMMIIK Last but not least came that always TRADED ALONG THE: NEW ENGLAND 'fONsrSFlfINNlNCIOAITAL Duke. Jack Coker, Molly Bowden -&-

is 111:111:IIY r-ivr.N::nf nun the looked forward to diamondball COAST AND EVEN WITH THE DUTCH 4nDIMtCMSTAl TRADSHIMSTtACHLY Silvanus Harden. Jean Lee R<\u1er-
nt the m-HHlon uf the eglnlntiire I
Mole nC llorlili., nhlib "'11I"111'" Inprll game between the Seniors and ON MANHATTAN ISLAND 6"'THTI"'ED"NTIW'IINT'D7kfSWA I son Sylvia Snell Gilbert Donald

\ 11113 upplitiiflon will !hp mmtaor 10.111t \ I under classmen. The Seniors held _". ",,,,, miff ThNAiP'R7V14L TJNNAfJt ss4S'Fsiaec I son L. P. Mercer. Juanell Pearce In
I ( the piiMniri' of npnlnl or huh l lim I. their reputation of being super ',-.*"-'f.hCMI' ; ___ FVfTlllCllJflvtiY flJTlfCfl. ..OPlATIONS.. :. Mai Martin.
I It'Clntiitlon Lii,' milintmi"i' uf \\ up .- ,....... Martha Walker. on BOSTON BLACKIE

r..llo\\\n. Ait: riliillnif I I to 15\t'rfiiili'], ior by defeating the underclassmenby __ _____ _u_ ___ and Miss Finger.
Senior I
l>rnliiu o lllntrlit< II i ilrnlnnioi pile a score of 1to The president of the club. SIl-
trlit filHtliitf nnili'r the luni of line-up was as follows: I I, .
>xl tlui ln\\'i .mus Harden. presented Miss Finer -
: Klnrliln : miii'inllnir t { first No: NEWS
mnl ilflnlnif .. Catcher. L. p. Mercer; YOUR TRUCK TIRES I
: nlntlve lliiT.'to : enlnrirlni the faculty' sponsor. a gift ofi
p, tip.. pnrpow nnil wopn( ofthe baseman Bobby Paige; second I
I I'let nit nnil 1 the |im\i'ri anililnlli base. El- I lar:{e box of dusting powder. and ,
'. of tip.. mum- pupil tin Hnnnl base J.T. Alderman; toasted her thanking her for her Sunday &
I MondayJACK
t of ('onitu 144I1i111'l's : lirovl.Hiiir j for dredge Kelly; shortstop Jack Duke; NEED RECAPPING ? I
in the two
nnrer tontrol, coil for ilrnliiniinrt'i Watford roaming leadership past years
niul conervntlon pitcher. Tiny ; I
'Inmntlon proh'rtlnn and wishing\: her much success and
nf the I ImnU< nlrhln thelilHfrlrf field. Silvanus Harden; left field. BENNY ANN SHERIDANin
\ nnil, for the. onnw"mitlon field, John Neff i Have them recapped by Humphries at Fort Piercein I happine( in her new work.
Howell, center
nnil l ,ilevoloiment| of the natural re Joe ----vDopey ---- --
$,,lTP.s therein : l.rlll'IUIlIt for the I right field. Maron Martin. one of the South's finest plants. Nine years of ex

"pnimriiHini.,,Iii|1ii''iii'nelvi'unit plnn mloptlon of '.'.'''nimtlontUlnir of n: The underclassmen were: catcher perience, finest workmanship, large stock best grade Doings I GEO. WASHINGTON

mnl ill'h'l'mini I MIT the power Porky Draughon; first base. Henry I SLEPT HERE
rubber and reputation for dealing. You I
iinthiirltt. ilntlen mnl <'einpi'iimitloii Frank Kelly: a square can
second base
,.r I lln |1"r".I'" offlreni unit Walker I
nirt'iitic: Hilni iiml ititermliilng I the shortstop, Tommy Evans; third make an appointment, ship them to us via trucklineor I AlsoVU SEWS
miionnt of the nil' \nlorem tn I nnrt Jack I lit I UIM-IV i>nl.inli-
the ,piirpoiii' t"rl'b"'h" the "nineninv base. Jack Elledge; pitcher. have your local service station send them to us. CARTOON
lie lined : I Unit u" nmeinlini'nti. Wolff: roaming field, Sam Thomas, I I Well. tolks let me see this only
We do work for the Army Navy State Road Department
ihimifeK. mnttlfleiiltnnii. nr 'oi't'P't' Donald Mack; centerfield leaves me one moie week to dish
e"III"III1IIIt., ., Mili, wonltl left field I
loim niter in the" litinmlnrli, of the I)l ie- Edgar Knight; right field. and many large construction firms and out the dirt and since I seem to WednesdayMONTY
trlit mime nn"' of th" limit In i have said the wrong thing In a
Jenkins. Our work is and
%.. tnn lilxlrlit or ihnnire the inn.unit Johnny owners. guaranteed we can
of the Iielit Ht-nlie Tnx wblth tinBonnl We feel that such a program Is I !number of cases! last week. I'd better -
24-hour service.
In niithorlwrt to |o\v mnllinponn \ beneficial In our school program usually give be careful so that I won't get WALLEY

/ : on nntlinrl/lnii the InniU the'In the'lH.iinnee vnrlninjtiiienl of quite as it teaches us to work play : We also have a large stock of new Truck, Passenger run off the newspaper staff before In

rifiunllnir" ImmN: prnvlillnj, for' the, together and builds; and Tractor Tires and Tubes. this week has gone by. Next week
ri-rtlllintlon' nnil onllei'Mnn\ of'tax I end cooperate Bring your certificates -, THE PIED PIPER
the best dirt
cnrnpennntloii of rnx I promise to give you
flxlnir bodies.
m- our and fill order I
Ai'I'esprs. Tnx Colleetnrii. II n tl -v-- we can your immediately. \ I can dig up out of this hole because -
Oonrt rein llso DESERT
rUTlcn nf I the Cln-lllt : WONDFRUNDCtRTOOM
tire tn IMntrltt tiixoi: ileflnlnit, unit then it won't make any difference -

rnn.tnilinr the terinliioloiv of More War Bonds Today if I lose my job.
Inns, nintliiB, tn the Plittrlrtnmenillnj of: Buy Humphries Tire Retreading Co.
( hRpl.' 11717 T.a'vs The Seventh and Eighth graders
of IWI Chnpter
of Klorliln A1.?. 0' .. seem to get around more than anybody ,
IfllW Town ><>TICKTxlliihniifleo Illrirrlo (" ,1 ('cirCe 1'.1,11I. Unllrrlr .l nlrrv Coming AttractionsFLEET'S
im\: Chnptrr 17002. I Thnnter nw IIf 1l27.T.i'C for-. Florlilil, Miiv 1-1. HMIMI1IC :!. 1 "'uniting Knuil teen ire (.Ililtlon IMInt Tutu else now days, at least theyor
I<1n. AMU of 1IH7: 'W In henhy glti-ll. I Hint In"Kfnfe
of Florliln. A.I..t Vvm: of thei4tnte I their friends don't mind lettingme

Chnpter lit 1M1!0 ,
Art .nnil r.",",,be ..UIIII..IItI101,1.| III 'rllllll'
without WHITE
nf 1IH1 nnil which ever. CARGO
nf }'I"rl".1. ,enernllt nf the liiiniteo. FlorMn, June i SJinl. HIM\ : lit I
llinltlnB the Pcetlonn Ooe 1' ,,' 'ii'k NOON. for the I followln) --- ------ -- -- --- -- Here it is again folks, Just a reminder -
foreuotnir pnrtlenlnrlv: In OKBKCHOHFIJ"I.i.lI"1.Y. A YANK AT ETONFRIDAY
11 T"o IM I'onr' f I"h' HJ that Bill, Hitler Jr. is still
FlBht ,ir7>. Slxtvelllht (,|OIII.I 1\,.,'1I1111 HI TowiuMn, I7 Just that way about the beautiful
"even South HPIIIJTO p :an" Hunt: roiitiilnlii I
F.llI'lIty-Ihr. I'.1. (in- Einestine Hunt.
One Seven"-, Iniiiilretl(70)' one (tOil of mill,,rul\ IIin Thin pp'r's.Voile*Ok'Ih.In iMlbllnheil. Coitiilv.III ,.."n'IIII'lth REPORT OF SALE OF MAY 13, 1943 I .M1rv. -
riianter t 717. n. nmenilerl S IH roil' lime
((1> Fonr
Twe've Hootloim ItM Three of nl.1 rhnptiT 2KI1H( Htntuti-A 11)41.Ihe 89 head of Steers brought from $9.00 to $13.70 ($8.2 7.29) Av. $7030 Mike's interest is, as he doesn't JJ1'c
of IMitenllini I's'rvcs
niifiillnir, nil low, '" 'onfllit Htnte Hmril ; to be Interested in Jo Ann. MU.qO
nil Hilt) n"bliln seem
'n"e.,',,''''' I I the right In rejeet mv 24 head of Cows brought from $690 to $1140 $1,24383) Av. $5181
Come on Mike and lIve the girls
11)43RI' !
t'iI ,,
3nt'll ) : IP,)l'il'I' "'1TO-.T.II" Pv onlor 0' if I"rili tli1 let ttti n "i 1 Bull 'brought .. .. .......................... ..'.. $12.00 ($ 119.40) break.. 666LiOUO.lMl3.
(VP' E ; ,
.' ru I.. UIIIIII1.
111111'111/1' The Watfoid-Hancock situation
U.\ItI II. TESS.(hftlrmAn' "T.I. ) I I .\ Colin! I I1I1:1fth! 4S-flJ: 114 head of cattle brought .......................... $7,62024) Av. $6684 I or friendship seems to be falling .Ml.VI.--P4051. N..

I. ...,..
jl...., ..

'. / ..',... '. ..-...,. .,... ,,' .', 1' r ,,'', C ,


- r

FRIDAY, :MAY 21 1943
-. .. .. .. _. .___ .. '__'__ ._.__ ..". ._.., "..nmm-m=, nnm''.., """"
------ --- --. .. "' ".. r ,,.I..1 II.'IIL,!' : ,; ", LL.k 111 ,II,, a.. '..uo 11111'11' .oil 111111111.1'" """ ""'"'''''''''
; : II
&:<(i:* iiinmi I' 'I1i! IJ1T11UJ'j111Imm; 1,1', lllnIl";; ..."..<;,"j ;\\M< itfu' ;(-i Iif.iri: ,911111hi1i! cl' lilm ITT 1''Kr.cs j II Ilflib'"Im6lfui5lh: l"!! IIIIIIiJ.II inmii jIif.ITJ1';; : lillllnllh "I'I' '.I"" I liul : A
iI i


I .

I 1

I .. 1
I \


i i I J1 I

m ) ll- .: ..

h .
; tv"3w' tl911 C. .


I fi't7 1 'l_'

f -

/11 1 .




i; here's why- > 1' 1

Sure man here that Just calls it Red CrowHome '' 'iI
I to the Red Cross
I gave "
Service. I'll say it was beat d

I'' .. last year everybody did.Didn't service. Just ask my missus.

We a daughter-in-law ,
got new ,
think much about It A ;
and I'm and Be .
now a grandpop <
= know much about it either. Band- "
back to with his shin I
goes camp eyes f. : ,
ages, knitting sweaters, and the like .... "
and his chest It bar
I, ing out. might r .<< .
that's what it seemed like then and I
been pretty bad though. ,
was for it just as a matter of course. t y i a'
That was back last Summer, and \ G ,
This it's different. I've 4
year seen q .
a lot of things have been happening
the Red Cross work.
at since. The war's come terribly close. ,
Saw it working out at the plant
.. If you've out there
I the night of the big fire, when a lot know what Itmean.oy I
R .,f the laid
boys were oat cold
Last week we got a letter from :
Some of them wouldn't be around
his motherwouldn't
Sergeant Ben that
today except for the Red Crow being
y take a million for. Be-
right there from the tart, ready
tween the lines, you can tell that
with first aid and with ambulance s
an those devils
oar boys are giving
and canteen and a bunch of it
everything they've got taking >
men and women who knew what t* "
been bad.
Most have .
too. pretty
.. Ido and how .
do it.
to 1'111 they
One thing the censor let through
were good. gave me another Red Cross angle. 1
Then, when my boy, Ben, drop Seems Mr. Field Director and

- Its job and goes to soldiering, I get his bunch have gone right through f :

another angle on the Red Cross with my boy's outfit. Been in the I:

Get it in a letter from a Red Cross hottest spots in every show with

guy who'd let tip shop M Ben'i them. Not with guns, but doing a lot s

camp. Opened my eyes to a lot of of other things that add up, too. ;

I- things about my own boy that I They're there with what's needed 'i

ididn't know. He'd sure taken a pack when it's needed like
just they were. I
.f worries with him into the "
army. at that fire of ours. With the kind of
:And this Mr. Field Director seems that small to
things may seem pretty
to have the job of getting wise to "'' /4
a ns at home, but go big in a foxhole. 1
: J
man's troubles and doing' something "Dad" writes Ben, "Think of the !r 1 ,.

I about tlicrn. Not only there, but at Red Cross as a he-man organization. r r, x ,

I' the hllln:1 t .". Dig when the. War Fund comes g u.

It's a long story, but it came out around next tlm." _
Ine, thanks to that "trouble buster" You bet I will This year I'm

at camp and a straight-shooting wo- giving double.


Will you give double too?
: \g



..' ,

., I

; JI I

'f ,'>; l'I




I .
',>/i: ; 1Io.OAo.- .. .

.', ''', ,
,. $' "
,.. "''f! .,. 1
I \


11 U.1I f I':! .iIllll! :IlllJJlJl1! r.tw: J[ 1l1llJllJllJi: .. ".,-- i u!."illllli.] ;;) !!! ::IiIlIllIlIl'&: :J NiiCJtg'.mLlIili : : -,