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Title: The Okeechobee news
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Language: English
Publisher: The Okeechobee Publishers, Inc.
Place of Publication: Okeechobee Fla
Creation Date: March 27, 1942
Publication Date: -1992
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Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 82, no. 91 (Sept. 13, 1992).
General Note: "The voice of the Everglades."
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REMEMBER IIARBORI PEARL IDl1t OOkrrthnbrt Ntw.6 BUY BONDAND STAMPS DEFENSE!







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Florida March 27 1942 Price 5 Cents
Volume 27-Number 40 Okeechobee, Friday, ,

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J. T. II.\ (,OK IN RACE I I Observer E. 0. SELLERS IS IN RACE ONLY A FEW CANDIDATES HAVE

Ray Bass Writes of FOR TilE LEGISLATURE ': The FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER: '


I In todays Okeechobee News will QUALIFIED TO RUN FOR OFFICEIN

His Experiences In On another page of The Okee (By Bill Page/ ) be found the announcement thatE.

chobee News will be found the an- O. Sellers Is a candidate for the

United States ArmyThe nouncement of J. T. Hancock, who i STOP! LOOKI LlSTESI"Am'rlra's I office of County Commissionerfrom THE DEMOCRATIC PRIMARY
District No 4, which is the
announces that he Is a candidate -- -
All-Out Defense Okeechobee district. Mr. Sellers Is -

for representative in the 1943 ses- Depends t'pon Your I no stranger to the people of Okee-I I\ PASTOR IN REVIVAL At the deadline for qualifying to
following letter was received
son of the Florida legislature from Common Sense" chobee, he having moved here with Rev. D. O. Alderman Is guest run for office In the Democratic

week from by her:Mrs.son.Angle Ray/ ,Bass who U last a Okeechobee county In the Democratic I his family in 1917 from DeSoto' speaker in a revival I at the First Primary May 5, very few candidates -

of county where he was born and Baptist church of Clewis ton, Sun-
Prlvale In Uncle Sam's army. Primary May 5. That Is the slogan today, for county offices qualified.A .

Kay has many friends In Okee Mr. Hancock was born at Fort as being used by the Veteransof raised. I! day, March 29, Rev. Martin will number of the candidates were

chobee who will enjoy this letter Meade in Polk county, but moved I i Foreign Wars of the United I I He has made this his home continuously supply the pulpit at the morning unopposed for the offices they

Fort Eustis. Va.March to Okeehcobee in December, 1920 States, lour country Is at war since that time, having and evening services sought.

15, 1912 and became the first cashier of the I Yes, sir, your country, my country I( been engaged in farming V I Below we give a list of those who

And It I Is a light to the fin.Ish [ In making his announcement, In the
Peoples' Bank of Okeechobee. in qualified to run for office
Dear Folks: Mr. Sellers stated that if the The Merit
which place he served for 8 years and Is being brought nearerto pea SystemExaminaticns county, and as soon as we can get
Well. here another week has ple of this district elected him to I
He has made Okeechobee his home home each day-each hour! the official list of those who are to
gone by. Time really Is passlnj serve them as a member of the
since that time. The most Will be voted on for state offices we will

pretty fast; seems like these day In making his announcement ruthlessleaders Board of County Commissioners he publish the ballots as they will be

Just aren't long enough for me to would serve them to the very best
Mr Hancock says that If he I is: with voted

emy work done. elected to serve the people ol this & the finest of I of: his ability. Be Held !In State County Commissioners
I have finished my first week of Mr. Sellers has never held public
county in the legislature he11: modeI'IIfihtlllr District No. 1-B. C. Swain.
i-oliool and find It very Interesting. [ office In this county.
setae them to the best of his abll- 6 "fe" District No. 2-C. F. Walker.

I never realized there was so much itat all timesSmall V ruiNESVILLE Fla. March 24- District No. 3 Ernest Hilllard,

.J a telephone. V ment the ; Waste Prevention i Special i Joint State Welfare F M Mobley.

I was beginning to think I wasp', L world has i Board and Florida Industrial Com- District No. 4-C. E. Drawdy, RG.

going to get to write this today Loans Now
'
ever known mission Merit System examinationswill Sellers

Each Saturday morning we have <,, ore now attacking i By Farmers To Be be held at the following locations District No. 5-R. E. Bass, W. E
general Inspt'Ctlon-nrst as a Battery -
u son : Davtona Beach DeFunlak Godwin

In formation where our guns, Made AvailableFor all shores, Springs. Gainesville, Jacksonville. '] County Democratic Executive

:lie Inspected; then In quarters. Our War Effort# '
I Help In 'I
uns must ba. metlcouslv (is It L 'i us step our crabbing and Lakeland Live Oak, Miami, Orlando. Committeemen

County Crops bclhi 'hn&1'0! : slop our Pensacola Sarasota, Tallahassee District No 2-W. J. Thomas.
clean must have on
I u.jht we
; squabbling and fussing and : ,. Tampa and West Palm Beach. ,] District No. 7-Charles L Raul
dean, pressed clothes, our shoes' j
Prevention of waste in food dls- Bison.
Announcement to this effect was \
I retting about rovernm'nt.Supp"e
must look like mirrors.? etc. Well trlbutlon will be a vital factor in '
| made here today bv the Merit System County Democratic ExecutiveCommitteewomen
Tn :meet the need for a vast Increase \\e slop talking so
clean clothes
mv gun was ; my were the effort ()f Okeechobee county'sI
in food production newsirv niiuIt and let the other fellow iouncll. which serves the two i I
pressed; my shoes were so bright I .'15 farm operators and workers to 2-Lorena
I agencies. i Dstrlct No Thompson.
': and very vital to the allied na talk Then discourage your
couldn't look straight at them,
you I r"heve! their wartime food production
tions' all-out effort to win the war, friends and neighbors who are I Date of the examinations will be District No. 4 Mary M. Also-
hair combed. I had washed
my was goals It was Indicated todayin
announced when applicants are brook
the Farm Security admlnlstrnliin unoonsdously helping our enemies .
behind my ears and every thing a survey by a leading distributorof It Member of School Board
their
announces the avallabllltv of small stir up class hatred notified of elisiblllty was
'vas Just to a "T" except I wasn'tshaved Florida's"
I farm produce.
stated. District No. 1-W. H. Harden.
loans" to
'Food for Freedom
up amongst us.
quite close enough The the amount of $100. These loans Being too complacent, feeling i At least half of the estimated "It is Important. comme.ited Dr. I District No 3-W. J. Thomas.
officer Invited me to
Commanding $1.000.000 annually lost from spoilI -
this may be used for the purchase\ of I fairly secure here at home has Elmer D. Hinckley, executhe direr :- Representative

report I to Battery office morn- I garden seed, fertilizer. insecticide, bren our greatest crime, next age and damage to Florida fruits '< of the Merit Svstem council I j W. J. Hendry, J. T. Hancock.
o'clock. I the In- I
In at 7 accepted
; and vegetables alone can be prevented -
that those : take the State Democratic Committeewomen
desl.'ing to
family milk side i
utatton and found that the partyasn't small farm Implements to talking out of the wrong
the of better grading
use
by tests should: not overlook the fact Lucille Stello.
chickens, brood
I
about : cow, family flock of of our mouth Neglecting our ,
There
exclusive. were
\
and who packing, and by better and that April 8 at rp'dnlht l& the last ':,I State Democratic Committeeman
". others there also. The weather I sow canning equipment pres- duty to those men are
mute cookers. We all know there scattered all over the face of more direct distribution methods date on which application1 will be >:i T. W. Conely, Jr .
-sing rainy and me being afraid j Earl R. French, marketing directorfor !!
Democratic Congressional
must be more milk, more fats: the globe, fighting our fight. Is received at the fern System off tee
inside work
01 melting, I asked for
Atlantic Commission ,
vegetables, more company 'ne. Thev are also: cant.ei ed that i CommitteemanJ
and oils, more sentinel on I
tratorous
as a
--and tot Itt! They have been as affiliate, der' -
A&P produce buying .
filed T. Hancock.Navy
all applications must oe on
and must help
sup-
we powder
had gas duly taking a sleeping\
the office
painting battery -
r He
red in the survey's summary
I blanks obtained from the Merit V
; them by starting right to the nearest ,.
slipping
sly situ over
told to be
two painters; so they me indicated! that further savings could
here at home. It is among hideout for a good night's System office and that separate application I
their handyman. The outcome was I fee:: realized from Improved hand'lngai Recruiting
the small and low-moon fat'iver. blanks should Indicate the
sleep
that I knew more about painting
other Florida farm products.
have been working position or positions In which! the
with whom we do not like the .
ham the painters so they put met Perhapsjou farmers,
It Okeechobee county
I Ielllnl' add will continue to work. that this ordinal Is being done applicant is interested Cruiser i Will Be
t > painting. We have painted the nay \\'oJl'k.ng with distributors, cut by
ot Examinations are to be given for
there lies the largest possibility Perhaps government I is of the
( walls and floor now 830 1 iaif the average 10 to 12 per cent with the two ''
27 classes of positions
Increased food production. Is trying Its
p m) and are ,,'altlngfOl' a section same opinion, and of fruit and vegetable shipmentslost ol First
agencies for the sett'ng Here
The Farm Security administration be.st to Improve the system. I purpose April
of the floor to dry so we can put ; through damage and spoilage, up elglble registers from which i
has intensified its regular In most I .
". a second coat.' The rest of the J and program and extended am sure_ ilraustrue itse i >ymtil. l Imve 'achieved the: equlyalcnt vacancies will te-filled as they'occur M' -

:arty got oS at 3 pm. However, P loan guidance instances of a' 13 to 6 per cent increasein p
"Food for Freedom" loansto Is going These cover a wide range and It is announced by Lieut. T. J.
All right, ,
your gas
lie First Sergeant told me that I \ product on, without any extra 1
stenographers, key
Include typists In of
officer charge
other farm laborers, share-crop- to be rationed, and that Is going Needham Jr.
'xould get a day off for my work arie&e, scld, fertilizer, equipment
social ,
workers
clerks, -
punch operators recruiting, State of Florida,
af- peis, tenant farmers and part-time to be a God-send to you I[ navy
W, < ,guess maybe it Isn't so bad j 01 farm labor French said. statisticians and interviewers. Cruiser will
farmers who have previously been "right off the bat" You will that a Navy Recruiting

ter all. j Ineligible for rehabilitation loans. stay at home nights a little Under wartime conditions use Starting salaries range from $93 drop anchor here In Okeechobee on

News Is Just a* scarce as sun- 'of efficient production methods and month to $240 month.V ,
These" loans are made to those low more often and earth up witha per per March 31 or April 1.

jihtfte in this place, so In lieu of | income rural people who cannot little of that sleep you need efficient distribution channels suchas I The Cruiser Is a complete Navy

something! more interesting to write finance food production from inv so badly. Or, perhaps read those developed by chain storesis RADIO PROGRAM: LAUSCIIED recruiting office on wheels, ready to

I 4-111 give you an outline of my :; other credit source, provided thev some of the good books and enlightening becoming" Increasingly"For example Important -, BY CHRISTIAN LEADERS i crlng recruiting service to the Im-
continued
.
I he
daily life. the mediate convenience of those qualified -
have enough land and will do literature you have i
We get up about 5 o'clock In the ': work. for Ckechobee counts-s 188 farm fam- A campaign Is being launched bya > and desiring inloimatlon concerning -
been letting pile on you
' morning-that is war time, so It's 1 necesbary desiring to make an time up ily workers will find their Job of group of Christian leaders to enr service In the United
Any person so long a I
really 4 a.m We in the tents have I application for a loan ->r receive You are being limited on : increasing production made more list 10,000 "prayer warriors" to States navy. It is manned by 'a

to get up a little early because we ,, further Information concerning tvisI sugar But It Is certain you will difficult because of the shrinking pray for victory for our nation and I "crew" of Chief Petty officers of

have to go to the barracks to wash program may contact Burnett Bartlett be able to get all that Is neces- farm labor supply, rising farm wages the forces of righteousness, and for ]I long service in many branches of

the sleep out of our e 'es. Reveille I'I'. county R.R. supervisor; May sary for your health's sake. Cut and limited availability of farm a nationwide revival. In additionto the navy: Chief Quartermaster L.

is at 5:43: Everybody falls out In M. Fulton, county home supervisor;; out that extra two or three machinery and supplies. the printed page, those behind'the R. Andrews, Chief Machinist's MateC.

full dress and answers roll call. I\ W. Smith, assltsant clerk usually "The latest census counted 29 movement are putting on a series A. Kingery, Chief Electrlclan's
or Arthur spoonsful of sugar you '
Then have breakfast After I( : regular hired hands in the county | These
we administra and of non-sectarian, evangelistic Mate K. C. Hendricks. men
I at the Farm Security pour In the old coffee cup,
'cho\vv" we rush back to clean up Ion office on the second floor of stir-like a good fellow. Re- Since that count was made farmlabor programs over a number of radio have had wide experience with the

quarters and are ready at 6.45: for I Courthouse, Okeecho and poundof has decreased as much as 499 stations. Arrangements have been navy and will be able to answer any I
the County member, each every
Infantry drill. This goes until fam 8 of i per cent in certain areas and up made this week for Radio Station I IWSUN | questions relating to service in It.
I Fla. or by writing to any conserve for your
Then I get ready for school. the ace above persons care of Farm government sugar you will make 46 bul- to 25 per' cent In some Florida districts St. Petersburg, to Join the Any person inquiring for Infor-

Only have about a mile and a half administration, P.O. Box machine 1 French said. network of stations on Sunday, mation relative to enlisting'will
Security lets to be fired from a 1
to walk and having gotten warmedup round of But despite future labor curtailments March 29, and to broadcast the find these men ready and willing
248, Okeechobee, Fla. And that one
by the hour's drill, it seems like I V gun.ammunition be the turnIng he said, past performance "Praying For Victory" programs to be of every assistance possible.

just a step or two. At school we may to ,'iI'- Indicates the farmer can approach each Sunday at 5:30: pm. Parents of possible recruits are
REGISTEREDFOR disaster
I WHO i from
THOSE
are in classroom In the morning ELECTION point takes several hundred | food production goals. In ten years, According to the statement of particularly Invited to visit the
LAST
And It '
and field in the afternoon one day I REGISTER NOW tory. to complete covered by recent government reports Rev. E. J. Daniels pastor of the Cruiser and talk: with the officers
DO NOT pounds of sugar
and that the next day. the farmer had Increased his
reverse I of the shells for our I First Baptist church, Fort Pierce. V

We get out of school at 11:30a widespread one productive efficiency by 232 percent Fla, and director of the campaign, NAVY HAS NEED FOR

.m. for lunch and leisurely sauna i( There seems to be a largest cannon. The average farmer, the surVey the purpose of this effort Is: "To MANY RADIO MEN
I report that all of the voters of the Our President has set a goal In
mile and a half. We can revealed, fed 11.7 persons
ter the for | call America back to Ood, the

take all the time we want, just so I county who expect to participateIn election of 60 thousand Also airplanes 45 thousand I 1929, and 10 years later was feed- Bible, the churches, and to enlist MIAMI Fla., March 23-Guy F.

we are back at school by 1230.: We 1 must the register coming again.primary That reports this tanks year.to be constructed In this i ing 14.1 persons from his fields. thousands In a united 'Praying for Hull, navy recruiter, announces

get out In the afternoon at 4:30: I VWOMAN'S Victory' movement. America needs that the local Navy Recruiting station -
those who Almost unbelievable
all of period.
because
same
wrong MEETS
p.m., and I usually get "home"abcut 1 SOCIETY Christ for this crisis. She must has a number of vacancies for
registered and voted in the primary production In so short a.
4:45: p,m. Then my time is election last year are eligible time! This will necessitate one !, The general meeting of the Wo- have revival or ruin Christ or men trained In radio for enlistment

my own until 5 o'clock, when we man's Society of Christian Service chaos! These programs are plannedand In the navy as Radioman Second
without again reg- sliding off the assembly -
this airplane
again fall out In formation for :Re 1 to: vote year 8 minutes. Onecompleted ,. was held In the annex Tuesday afternoon presented to .bless the multi Class, to be trained for Radar men.
Ilst'trlnfl.
line
treat, answer roll call and maybe < i I every 24. Martha circle no'' must
did not vote In the tank 12 min March tudes of all churches and of To be eligible, applicants
who I every I
get a "cussing out" from one of Anyone was hostess for the occasion and church at all" j have the following qualifications:
I I
be doneon
primary two years ago and who expect | utes. And It cannot
the officers because one or two |' to vote this year must register a 40-hour week, either. This provided program and entertain- Timely messages are delivered on Be a. high school graduate; hold or

persons did something wrong dur- and 24 hours ment, each broadcast The first message have held amateur Class "A" or "B"
I but where the voter registered schedule will require
ing the day. Then comes "chow"alaln. still qualified to week. Can Mrs. J. O. Wolff gave the devotional Sunday will be the Bible answer to license for past three years. In the
voted then he Is a day and 7 days a
( I forgot to say that before I II ( and for the opening period. Mrs this question: "Why' Doesn't Ood absence of these licenses, must
I vote without re-registering i It be done? I say It can
going to school in the morning we I nil! be done and even these O. R. McNeil presided over the Put A Stop To This War?" Others have been actively engaged in repair -

lave to roll the sides of the tent have business session At the tea table, will be equally Interesting. The work for three years, or have
fruit and passed if we all pull together -
the box of figures
up. So after supper we go back : I got only Mrs A Sprunt poured, assisted by music for the series !U said to be had experience In connection with
There !
and tie the tent down, get In wood, I' really enjoyed it. are The capable Mrs C. F, Jenkins, Miss Jo Par- about the best on the air Old- high-frequency design, transmis

40 up and bathe and shave. By two of us in my tent'now. of. And none are more risii and 1.1rs. E. H. Goodwin.I fashioned gospel hymns are sung by son! or reception.
ether fellow gets quite a lot j to offer this advice to the Amer
that time It Is about 8 o'clock. I these same I Thobe enjoying the refreshment the Olee clubs of John B. Stetson Enlistments are made between
home, too. One of us Imo people than I
stuff from '
shine my shoes, go over my rifle somethingto' eat, I Veterans of Foreign Wars of period were Mesdames W A. Lawson university, Deland Negro spiritualsare the ages of 17 and 50. Physical requirements -
has i
'
and have a couple other things to usually ,, H. A Proctor, and granddaughter sung by a famous Negro choral are: Not less than 18
the Clewiston paper the United Stales These same
do that I only do once a week. Af- I am getting Jean Proctor; W. B. Jen- club. The campaign has their own sound teeth, two of which must be
and Sunday who have been "throughthe
News men
Okeerhobee
ter that my studies take from 30 | The the nings, C. H. Parkerson, W. L. Bur Radio Revival quartet that Is said opposing molars and have vision of
all what
about mill" and know cooperation
minutes to an hour; then I put on Tribune ( gives me home gess, F. W. Zander, J. O. Wolff. E. to be second to no singers on the at least 18-20 In each eye without
). means at as
time for
my extra covers and prepare: for ending I have write tout fronts.So A. Good*in, E, R. ,Neff. C. F. Jenkins air glasses. These men upon enlist-
wanting to well as In the fighting
bed (not that I am sleepy or ready I have been Roy Raulerson, D. 0 Flip- The programs are only II minutes ment will be sent to one of the
time
_' can't seem to find stop! look! listen!
for bed. or anything like that, but : Just he pen, W A. Moore, F. W. Humph long, but as much is put Into Navy Radio training schools for a
regards. I hope Well, be a-seeing )'ou.PS.Do'1't ,
usually about that time the lights Give him my ries, D. W. Cassel; Miss Jo Par- this period as Is generally presented course In mathematics and radio

go out and I hate to sit around in get In this it he wants to, because that Ions. Defense forget bonds your obliga and right Miss. Ruth Humphries Mrs.J. in a one-hour religious program.No theory. Upon successful completionof
the man (
for
the dark). Outside of those things it t really Is fun most M. Roe, and }1ra. Croson, of appeals for funds are matte! : No which they will be assigned to
attitude.I stamps are one of your
I don't have much to do-am really takes the right Washington DC.XMrs' cne working with the organization Radar Installation and maintenance
imagine I will have time patriotic duties now and for the
living a lire of ease-and like it, don't V receives anything for their work. work
thrifty
before next Sunday. duration Also-they are -
to write again W, H. Russell, who underwent Everyone Is Invited to tune-in, tell V
line or two the 1 OBIE. .
too.I have been wondering what you..! YIlL.try to drop a a serious operation at the' others-and pray i Russell Domer returned from
For !
"Florid Victory
found out about my birth certia-:Twiddle of the week. will have Buys V----- hosp.tal of Drv, Martin In Scoring v- Binghamton, N.Y., on Monday:

cate. It t should happen to wantto My time Is up now, so to and Mrs. John several weeks ago, has returned to Mrs. Eva Dixon spent Saturdayand where' he spent several weeks taking -
to Born Mr.
regards everyone
try for a transfer to some other to quit. Give my March 22 her home, here and Is'rapidly improving Sunday In Newport Ritchey, I a study course In Link trainer
and-Love to all, Draughn, a daughter, on
branch. I would need It. Pleaselet | In health with relatives and friends t maintenance.Robt ,
-RAY. at Fort Pierce Memorial hospital. '" .
me know.



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which have befallen the United tlon-but he continually takes the -- I
@hccdIObl'c cfus 1 FOR COUNTY COMMISSIOVER 'fhe asK-imnent of laid property on-

I Nations. In less than four months battle to the enemy. Timoshenkohas Political DISTRICT NO. St ili'r seII Certificate Issued was In tie

I won Immense victories which I name cf T A. Slzemore.Intent .
I has
Japan attained of the
-- I mastery -
have cost the Oermans millions of I mlil Certificate shell bt rt-
Published Friday by the Pacific and Is movnlg on Australia. Announcements I with to announce that I am a ilei-meil according to law, property daerlbed .
every men. by use of the most daring offensive therein tball be sold to tbe
Okeeehobee Newt Co., at Okeecho-) She may turn at any minute on tactics. And Chiang Kal I candidate for the office: of County highest bidder at the Coiirtbouae, door

bee Okeechobee County, Florida. India, which Is populated with 29 i j Commissioner from District No. 5 on tha flrxt Monday In the month of
Chek, for five has his -
years flung .
I April 11)42 which In the OtIS day of
)per cent of the entire world's manpower for Okeechobee county In the Primary ,
1042.riited .
superbly brave ill equipped armies April,
; Is rich In resources of many FOR REPRESENTATIVE election to be held May 5. Hill 27th day of February,
BRYANT BOWDEN. Editor against the Jap and kept him out
kinds, and Is torn with Internal IN THE LEGISLATURE I will appreciate your vote and 1042.
of the heart of China. I ROY B. IUUI.KK80N,
dissension. Some authorities expect i support Clerk Circuit Court of
It is for that reason that recent
Entered as second class matter that Hitler may soon attemptto : W. E. GODWIN. Okoechiihce County, Florida
changes In the commands of the I I take this opportunity to in. (Circuit Court Heal) 3840N01KK {
July 1, 1915, at the Post Office InOkeechobee drive across the Middle East If that t j (Paid Political Adv.) V
I United States army and navy nounce I am ft candidate for i i -
that drive successful. he would '
Florida. under were
the
,
I
should encourage the country. Some I reelection to the office of Reprea. VI OK APPLICATION, FOR
Act of March !, 1879.SUBSCRIPTION. make physical contact with Japan super conservatives" have been entatlve In the Florida Legislaturefor i FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER: I TAX nrti:
and the Axis would be In positionto
a
1 eased out. And younger, aggressive Okeechobee County In the DISTRICT NO.4: ,I Law. of 11)15N'nllip
destroy vital United Nations'communication ( .In hereby given that Ada
men are coming in to Democratic Primaries In May 1943.
RATE lines It is clear I top positions. I I wish! to announce that I am a I "'')'nn. linldi-r, of Tax Certificate! No.
V W. J. (BILL) HENDRY I SU: a'i.1, ;ra, 3111 3)12, 3113 Issued the lIb
One year In advance .... $2.00 that the Vichy government. possessor I riRST \PTIST CHURCH (Paid Political Adv.) I candidate for County Comml slon. ilnr of H/'t.mher.> AD. 1027 hai Died

Six months In advance _.. 1.00 of a large fleet is coming closer |I er from District No. 4 for Okeechobee sail'"* In my offlte: hna mailt. appllciI -
'uno and closer to all-out "collabora- Kev. D. O. Alderman, Pastor V county subject to the Demo I tlon for a Tax Deed to be Issued tbert-
Three months In advance.-. on ..78Advert'stag I I,n. Said Certificate emhrarei the tol-
tion" with the Nazis. There Is a fOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER: cratic Primary May 6. I will appreciate I lowing. rtom-rlbed property In th.

distinct possibility that the Axis Sunday school 10:30 a.m.I DISTRICT NO. I I your vote and support.E. I ('01l11t,( to-wlf) of oki-ei'hobce. State of Florida .

bills are payable on may gain preponderance of theworld's I Morning worship, 11-30: o'clock. I O. SELLERS.!: tot 1 to 8 Inc. Blk. I : Lola 1 to
1! 24 Inc.. 111 k. 2 I.ota 1 to 24 Inc,
resources-human and material Training Union. 7:30 I Paid Political Adv) ;
the fir't of each month. Parties I p.m. I take this opportunity to Rlk. 7; Iota 1 to 17 Inc., Blk 8.Klnl' ,
unknown to publNhers required to I alike In short the whole Evening worship. 8:30 o'clock. an. I V fcnhillvlalnn, of EV4! of .NEV4IIKI !:

In advance. | picture of the world has changed j Player meeting Wednesday 830.: nounce that I am a candidate for TO TilE PEOPLEOF I B acres, See 1\:: Twp 34$, Rtft.USE. .
pay .
County Commissioner from District
fatefully since December 7. W D. Coker. Sunday school sup- OKEECIIOBEE COUNTY: 'ItiB aixcMiiient of laid property on-

There can be ho question but |lerlntendent. Mis B. E. Alsobrook. No. 1, (Fort Drum) In the Demo, ler tald Certificates 'issued was In the

Reading notices In local columns -I what Japan and her partners : Training Union director.OFFI'F.RS cratlc Primary May 5. 1 I take this opportunity to announce nnm I nlpii of mid Preaton, Certlflratea C. King.shell be redeemed

lOc a line. Rates for display i I counted heavily on that "catastro-l V If elected I will serve the peopleof that I am a candidate for according to law property 6.'rIird .-

advertising furnished on application I phlc complacency" of which "Life"spoke. I I TEAChERS MIEI my district and the entire countyto i I Representative in the Legislaturefor |lest, Milder therein at atiall the Courthouse bt mid to the door high-onHi'

(,1I\o if;ed advertMng! 2c And so the Job of this' Friday evening March 27. the the very best of my ability. I, Okeeehobee county In the Democratic first Mondnr: In the month of

each word each In ertlon. All II country and the other United Na- I officers and teachers of the Sun- will appreciate your vote and tup. Primary May 5. I will appreciate -., .April V|"rll.' inij 1042Pntrd ., nhlrh la the nth day of 5

Items recardinsr enterprises conducted lions Is simply that of revolutionizing I j day sxhool: of the First Baptist port your vote and support. 'I tills ::'th lny of February,

our outlook toward war-and of I -B. C. SWAIN J. T. HANCOCK. 'I ni.1
for I
profit are chargeable ('hurch111 hold their '
regular (Paid Political Adv. I'DV: it. II:.\l t FKVON:
tt ndvertl'inir! rates. : producing and shipping the Instru- i monthly business meeting at the ) (Paid Political Adv.) Clerk Circuit Court of

I ments of war necessary to make huich V 1.----------- __ ___ !, Okeechiilioe County, Florida
I I :,1114 i (Clri-nlt Court Seal)
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] such a revolution possible Every V TO TilE CITIZENS OF 1.I" Legal Advertisements j V

FUDGE TO THE FLAG mllltaiy operation based on defensIve L.DUS'10 I"
j strategy has failed-and failed hitS SOCIXLThe OKEECIIOBEE COUNTYt :>iIlTI( t: 01- U'I'I.'\T10V ron NO rut:
[ :
"I filrdee allegiance: lo thj Flat !. Ladies' Aid of the Church TDtFD I i, (ikwliolii'p ('''11111)'. Florida
with terrible losses of men and I. of 11)13
HUH ,
of the United States of America 1 of the Brethren met at the church I hereby annouce my candidacyfor .Nolli I .,< l it '...ruh,' ulvpu that Elcnn I I I I Murih 1'4, 1II4J
equipment and kev If
"
I
I positions '' :Nuilii l I. liiri'ln Khin thut inirminntI
and to the Republic for we are to win the Wenesdav afternoon for their quar1 reflection to the office of King:! holder of ( (Ui Ortlflcnte NO'1 I I in $"','IIIIII( li <>f ('III'J'I..r 1<>. (IfI.,8W.| .
war must be IlIlIa. iRMiioil ((he Atli I tlii.' uf Aiuiut
/
which It stands: One nation m.dh1.jblf' 1 I of 1"I"'hlll.1.. IH'i:: kiinnii an the
I
terly social The .
[ carried to the and carried meeting. meeting County Commissioner from Dis. It 1IIJII( him (11I.,1( .n the III uij' office : bus inatle .
enemy I Vnili\|"' | \d. the fitllnulnu (I'e'rll'dluiiui
with liberty and Justice J, to him at the earliest possible time. ,: was opened by singing the hymn trict No 3 and will appreciate your j | ippllratlon thereon. for Snld a TIE Certificate Deed to em-I behillel In (ikiHiln.liii., I'.'iiity, riorliln.
for all" i i "Savior Like A nlll I ,In-, nffiTi'1 (lur milent imMIc' out-
Shepherd Lead vote and If :(
support I am reelect j braces the following described I II
We could attack I property .
Japan's concentrated -
,, .
j <'r\ r.r Ihi hl I|[llf'.t unit bout .h) bid.
I' Us. The devotional was read by ed I shall continue to In aj I the County of Okeechobee, State cfl
I1 Industrial areas from Alaskan serve I|II"1..r"18. to,nit : niilili-i-1( ti> I Ilu" > right "I (Ihi' TniHti'oa
: r Mis Domer from Psalm 119 followed faithful and capable manner and : s anil D. I"r the lull-null liiipriiti-iiient Kund to
Block of
.N
Chinese 177,
or bases-If we had City I ,..I.t. lilly mill, 1 nil liulo.. nt (,hiCourt
DOOV :
REMEMBER: ? I! enough planes of the right kind. | In prayer by Mrs. ElunprJ working at all times for the !best l'hi(ok.'hoh. I I llniimt" I In(P A. M mi tlu !801) lh clny of
iiMi-Mini>nt of mid
) under
proper .
Let's recall for a moment the ( We could crack her long-extended I I Pierce Interest of the County. i mill Corllflrnle Untied was In the nnmof April u ilulil, nl 1142.\\\iit, 'IHI l Kiiai-inciit( Cir nlile for will road linmniil .

America of yesteryear when- supply line-If we had sufficient A short business meeting was EARNEST HILLIARD Lrnli'r II flelin.tnTces ( I iriiin HIM' ,..r.1 I Ii rough
laid ,
'i held and a report from all committees (Paid Political Adv.) Certificate haIl be r liii', ii thinIn nil ,-,I.lIulI I xtnto Kuiiil.
Most Americans did not know equipment at the right place. These 'I [ i twnwl ci-nrillng to law, property de- .1 I.i.t. I ,,iil -.'. Hlmk 1. Okcec-ho-
I and similar "Ifs" are today's gl'eatI was heard. An article V. icrlhoil therein shAll he mid to tiehljhint li.'illilvlil. HiiliilhlBliin., I'nrl nf
where rubber for their tires came I hlriilnr at the Coiirthoune dooron .. ...
To .
101\\
I bottlenecks 'Going Church was read by wll f % of 101' Jl.: 'I'wp. 87.
from. to the waging of a sueIcessful I FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER: : the first Mondav In thp month of Itiri-. :II I Aim Iti-g 1\:><.7 ft. S nf NK:
I war They are not simply Mrs. Hough. followed by a short April, 11142( nhlrh li the Alh da; oftr.rIi ('"n nf s\v' i, nt gvl' run W 208.7

Sugar was Just another Item on |11 industrial problems program after which a social hour I DISTRICT NO. 2 1042. ft. II .'n ft.. i,: :'us7 It.N :V, ft. to
They are problems 1' Pntpil this 27tn clay l of February, BI-K.. SHIi'l. Twp, 37, HBP. 35
the grocery list; I 11 which were largely! created by was enjoyed by all and delicious 111)42I ) I.nt 7 IIJ..k0.: ). lot mlilitlon, to

'Inefficiency government and J I !refreshments were served to Mrs. i I take this opportunity to an. I I ROY it. R\rinunov. South ()ki-i" 'hnbi-e : l.ot I D and 10
by /
Hawaii suggested only music I' I "Iprk Clrnilt Conn. Block '10, let A.l.lllli.n to SuutbtkisH .
and i'I 'work stoppage on the part of labor Victor Domer. Mrs Robert LaMar- nounce that I am a candidate forj I fiifiTrhntwe ('I,,,n'i'. KlnrldiiI ( .huliee.
cane
sugar pineapples. I 'groups. tin Mrs. Will Walker Mrs. S. R. reelection as County Commissioner In nil I Con it SeCt J) .I.mull-ill nf. UKInlimiil, I tni|>rnvciiitiip .
Singapore was merely a setting : -36.40. .
Fund of Th Stallof
H.irlda.
Ralfsnlder Mrs. Ernest Campbell. from District No. 2. I will apprecl.
for adventure movies. I Production Chief Donald Nelson V leoII.. fl.t'I.EltSN.:

Statesmen were asserting that no {has called for an Immensely ex- |I Mrs. Nell Hough, Mrs. Harold Conrad ate your vote and support.C. Milieu: OK *rrtir\TioM FOB Aui-nt. Truoteei I. I. FundOkcei .
Mrs. W. K. Hall Mrs. Elmer F. WALKER TDEED holu-i- (Conutt Florida
tended effort all the j
along producIng -
American would ever again fight on i Ij>w. of 19UNotlte 4044
foreign soil lines. If that effort is made. It Pierce Mrs. Mattie Fullard and (Paid Political Adv.) IK h.rehyl1v.n thAt Bethel
; j I Mis Curtis Wright.V V Sloan holder, of Tat' Certificate No
I Guam. Wake and Midway !Islands means that there must be an end Kill( lniied the 3rd day of Hrptember

would have been to bickering between rival unions I I Ij A 1'), V'S hue flied same ID my of. LOST -Between Hicora and Lake
good $40 questions i FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER:
fli-e him male
j and end to work-weeks which l CARD OF THINKS application for a Tn Placid Feb. 24
an Everwear aluminum
; ) DISTRICT NO. 5 II", .. to IIP IttMiipil thpreon Said Certlie : -

New Zealand was just somewhereover were fought for and achieved In I I I take this opportunity to express 'mo puibra'ep the following! do'wniIul set children' clothing valuable -

whose end when appreciation the of properly In the County of
an era began Hitler my to people
there near Australia: Okpprhohi-e Mate of Florida. tolt: papers, Reward. John D.
Washington to welcome became Chancellor of the Reich County Commissioners District No. I hereby announce my candidacyfor Lot 2, Block Y. (,f South Okeeholie -
was glad 1 and reelection to the office of Coun. *' ? Porter Dundee. Pla.
vIsitors There must be an end to uast I of Okeeehobee county for

; delay and rerl tape in the govern- I the confidence they have placed In ty Commissioner from District No. i .
A man in military un1orm'as --
conspicuous: men We ha\I' no time or energy I me by nominating me without opposition for Okeechobee County. I will ap. f\

Hitler ( for reform for reform's sake. Those 1 1aie to serve as a member of pieclate the vote and support of
to be
appeared Just a
the cold facts! I the Board of County Commissioners everyone.
exhibitionist.!
passing i (
| '
I The American people clearly from my district. R. E. EDDIE) BASS. /
The Maginot line was believed'
Impregnable have a choice. They will work As a member of that body I will (Paid Political Adv.) // I f
; i
The alphabet had not given us harder I INBA. than they ever worked In \ work at all times for the test interest V ,

I thrlr 11\'e8-or the111 lose a'ar of the county and Its people.B. '- 4
PWA. WPA. WPB and the fOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER: ,
.
others; I "'!VM; loss can ha've no other con- J C. SWAIN. I DISTRICT NO. 3 '4 .. : i. .. 1

,.1'I'n' t but? the death of freedom V--
The national debt was getting .:
everywhere. None of the nations | Clerk of Circuit c'ouit Roy R 41' I ,,
close I
perilously to 40000000.000
; '
I wish to announce that I a11.1 I
which are united with us In this Raulerson is spending today in ft ,

Automobile salesmen came around 'i! p'e s'riig<:Ir hathe production I I W s: Palm Beach attending the candidate for the office of Count\ ., '' '
oo soon to tempt you with a new 'i
'at;-act'. to turn the vcales The j tate convention of clerks. which Is Commissions! (torn District! No 3 .st' t

car; i' tools jf war will come from us and I in session In that city today and for Okeechobee County In the Pl'. .. 3'
A bicycle
was something you were Election to be held ;3 ; t
j In (e\er-lncieaslnir Quantity orthey tomorrow. mary May .
I In'xt I I I I
(1112' to bin for YOur youngster the i
Chrlstmaa l ( ; will not come at all. We must Hinrlson lee who !Is employed at I will appreciate the vote and sup

; sjpplv' the bulk of the ships the I Clevliton spent last week end In pol.t of every one. '
You had to 4v"
think twice before
the ||' ,tanks the planes the guns the Ckeechobee with his mother Mrs. -F. M. MOBLEY : -
/Diving names of the secretary -
(shells and the bullets.: And w I Jasper Lee. (Paid Political Adv.)
of war and the secretary of the '
J must supply them now not In Miss Louise Morton, one of the V -- ---
navy: | ,
years to < Germans In the United States I
'V at'irriav and Sunday In Lakeland DISTRICT NO. 1
were regarded as musicians or sci- I' '
This war has produced three mil-1 and Wmiehula I hereby announce that I ama
entists. Instead of fifth columnists
The Japanese were funny little ,l.ary. leaders of the first rank- Miss Margaret Patterson spent candidate for the office of County. X'AIR

|| (General MacArthur of the United Ins week end In Lake Wales with Commissioner from District No 4
people we could lick before break-
:ast; i i States. Marshal Tlmoslxenko of the her parents. for Okeeehobee county. I11\ ap. (

I Soviet Union. and Generalissimo i ii Word reaches here that W. B. predate your vote and suppoit
South '
America was Just a vast
Chiang Ki Chek of China. The Hntravrs. \\'ho11 carried to the C. E. DRAWDYPaid CONDITIONEDDependable
area to be exploited. Instead of a ,
1 list has a particular! distinction in ;, Orange General hospital at Orlando ( Political Adv.)
.
sroup 6f nations to be persistentlyvooed
that he Is head of his government i ias last week Is slowly Improving V .gom/ai/ a"

; v-ell! as its active commander in I j but his condition Is still considered FOR STATE DEMOCRATIC: EX.ECUTI'E _
France was Gav Farce Instead of ''
military affairs, serious.
COMMITTEEWOMAN:
I ;
RAP
an target;
It i'; i-lrnlflrnnr tha' a:1:1 of these vis Dr. T. T. Coleman spent Service
Greece was the cradle of the classics j :
-ommandeis believe; In the .off en- yesterday In West Palm Beach.
Ins'ead of the land of the.uarvlna I wish! to announce that I am a
rp and pursue the offensive Mac- where she went to visit Dr. Cole- Low Fares
I candidate for State Democratic
; I I Arthur of course. was carrying on |! man who Is a patient in the Good Ex. _______
Scrap Iron was something to be I ecutlve Committeewoman for Okee.
what is essentially a defensive ac- Samaritan hospital.
told to Japan.-Lakeland Ledger. I I chobee county. I111 appreciatethe '
Travel via Florida Motor Line MAIN LINE to all Florida
vote and support of
everyone.
V ----- -
and the North
In a recent Issue. "Life" spokeof LUCILE STELLO.

"America's chronic and catas- (Paid Political Adv.) Ner'hlo..ft4 -
Lily Pans Opens Easter Seal Sale for Crippled Children
trophic complacency" That mem- V b.OKEECHOIEE 5.40 AM 2:10: PM53

orable phrase accurately illustrates FOR MEMBER BOARD PUBLIC: Ar.,: LAKELAND : : .. : I fIO;:: AM t.50 PM PMAr. Costs Less than Dlivlne

what has been wrong with this INSTRUCTIONS DISTRICT NO. 3: ORLANDO . IUO AM 7.S PII.4 ORe RewidAr
JACKSONVILLI 1:11 PM 11:45: PM WOl' Tn,
country. We were told that we Ar. TALLAHASSEE . 4:45 PM ((2 St AMAr. "

could lick the Japanese In a matter [ I hereby announce that I am a LAKS CITY . 2:25 PM 1:10 AM MIAMI $ 2.10 S 3.10
JACKSONVILLI 4.40 7i5Lv
of weeks and we believed tt. candidate for re-election.. a member OKEECHOSES .:40 Pff 10 4S PM 'AM'A. 2.30 4.15

We were told that the potential of the Board of Public Instructions "1'. JACKSONVILLI S 3:45: AM '::15 AM' IAKELAND 1.90 3.4S

enemy was short on raw materialsand from District No. 3 for Okee "IIC' CONNfC"ON' Ar JACICSOHVIUf, UUA. TALIAHA5SI ORLANDO ., 5.6S 2.50 10.20 4.S0

natural resources and so ,was ehobee county In the May Primary. MASSES AND &All' C1fY WITH GlfYHOUND UNU LAlli CITY ..35 7.1S
re-elected member of this FOR AU POINTS MOanS AND WnT. AtLANTA. 1.35 15.0S
Incapable of an extended offensive. IfJ It as a
MACON .
,
and we believed that too. We were card, I promise the people of the S.iTh.ued G.'ftl' V.LOOSTA 7.15 S.35 12.90....

told that the oceans were. In el- :ounty that I will continue to give Lv OKEECH08EE . .40 Pt.4 10'.5 PM' IIIMIPIOHAM .SO 97.10

fect fortifications which were cer- 1!: them the same service In the fu Ar. MIAMI 150 Pt.4 2.30"' CHICAOO HIW OILIAHS. 11.20 11.05 20.20 32.50

tain to protect our shores In amextiemttv. Sure as I have In the past. I R.fvrnIn. HEW YOlK. CITY 16.00 2s.IO
W. J. THOMAS. h. MIAMI . S 1000AM' 200AMAt.
and we also believed ,
3 .OKEECHO-EI 2:10: PM 1.40"M
that. And so the Inevitable happened I (Paid Political Adv.) (

We and our government W.y.5jLj ( 'F V l'I'
T. H. NIX, Agent, STANDARD OIL SERVICE STATION
terribly underestimated the mater- rOR MEMBER: BOARD PUBLIC ,
\ -'j /
lal strength and striking power o'- NSTRUCTIONS DISTRICT NO. It:

the foe. We thought' In terms ,.f .

"national defense" Instead of in I take this opportunity to announce

terms of "war," We turned our that I am a candidate for

faces away from the unpleasant le-election as a member of the
-
facts. and dreamed happy dream Board of Public: Instructions from
,y' ,. _ I 'i
Of victory. Only lately have the \ District No. 1 for Okeechobee County -

American people and their government : in the May Primary. I have

come to realize how hard i iwill it served as a member of this board

be to win this war: how much Counnr cl Mliml Btlcb New. <..I<. I for the nearly four years and If reelected 'i-

work we must do ite are to escape Mm Lily Pool, Metropolitan Op.ra Star, li plcturtd officially opining I : to this office I will continueto _

the fate of France and the the annual Easter Sial lilt, buying a ihttt of the colorful stall from Mn give the people of the county the

other subjugated countries which Gtorgt Kalman, of Detroit and Miami Beach Tht laU, iponioitd by the I tame fair and impartial consideration -

the conquerors are literally using In the future that 'have In
National Socltty for Crlppltd Chl1d .a, and its affiliated itatt and localloclttlti

as slays markets.It opined March IS, and will contlnut through Eaittr Sunday,' I the past.
does not serve the national W. H. HARDEN.
April 8.
Interest to minimize the disasters .(Paid Political! Adv.)

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FRIDAY, MARCH '
21, 1942 THE
OKEECIIOBEE NEWS PAGE THREE

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pened this week except that our Mr and Mrs E. H. Walston and

broccoli\ coming along fine We son, Herbert, of ciewlston, spent

The boys have been working very hard Sunday in Okeechobee visiting
'Chobee
Bugler on this project and expect to make friends and relatives

some profits from It, and when we :' Permer Hargraves Is home from

do-this chapter Is going places the United States army for a short

FOR A GREATER OKEECHOBEE HIGH SCHOOL It you have been reading the I furlough, having been called homeon
account of the serious illness of

_ I newspaper accounts of the price I his father who Is a patient In the ,
un
control battle In Washington, you Orange General hospital at Orlando. -

'CHOBEE BUGLER STAFF "SCHOOL PATRIOTISM"For 1 to go to the cafeteria for recess refreshments may have gotten the impression | .

EDITOR ....... ... ...... ........ ....... .... .. I last six weeks Defense .
.................. .......... WINIFRED CROUCH the that farmers have been trying to | Miss Sylvia Bass and Mrs. Ruth

ASSLSTANT EDITOR ............. .. JUNE CHESHIRE stamps have been sold In the high However, that's not the only profiteer at the expense of national B. Owens of Clewiston were visitors -

BUSINESS MANAGER ... ... ..... ........ ..... ALICE DONALDSON school each Wednesday afternoon. thing In this game. Here are some defense. There is a great deal to In Okeechobee Saturday and

SPORTS EDITOR ... ... ..................... MARY MCLAUGHLIN Last week the sale In the high rules for "gentlewomen" to observe be said for agriculture in rebutting Sunday.

CLASS EDITOR . ................ .. .. .. LILLIAN LEITNER school reached a peak of 6335. this charge Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Parkersonand

CLUBS EDITOR ...... .. .... ESTELLE SANDERFUR This same sale is made In the elementary 1. Open the door for the ,boys The Farm bloc attempted to Mr. and Mrs. W. C Rutledgewere

SPECIAL EDITORS LAVENA HARDEN I school on Friday, and last 2. Do not slam doors. amend the Price Control bill In visitors who spent WednesdayIn

MOLLY BOWDEN I week their sales were a little be- 3, Don't be "cattle" two important respects. First, In Fort Pierce.Subscribe .
low high school for the first time
the formula for figuring
4. Do not wait until the last minI parity
OUR STAFF | Why, Esther are you going to with a net sale of 5679. This made" I ute to ask for a date for Thursday prices for farm products by tying -- --- -- -- --

Our 'Chobee Bugler staff and let "Skeeter" take Billy? I a total for the week of $112.15. ,|! night. Ask for one at least by farm prices more directly to city For The Newt

Mrs. Dixon, Miss Patterson Miss j i Doris, yoU had better watch Joe I Students: "Stop, Look, Listen!" i noon. I wages. Second, It did succed in I
i Bring dimes and Per Year
$2.00
your quarters on
giving
Secretary Wlckard veto
Morton, and few ; 5. Always let the friend you'reI
a when
other friends Sue is around or you'll lose i I
Wednesday and Friday and help
I escorting go in the door first. power over Price Administrators in ,
were the guests of Bryant Bowden ,I him. Also Frances watch Buck win this war! Buy defense, or ra-I|' 6. Lead the down the thea- I' fixing ceilings on farm products. i

at a rib barbecue Monday night at when Sylvia is around. Too Gene ther "Offense" stamps! ter or church Isles.way The attempt to tie farm prices i ;..;..;..:":..:-:..:":..:..:--:..:..:..:..:"

Bill Hendry's) fishing camp. Fulford has a way with the "Miss V 1! 7. Do not "pop" gum, I more directly to city wages

The night was beautiful and Inspired Freshies" I think he has gone : SPE.\KINO OF COWS- 8. Do not run and slide in the I stems from the political Gilbert Theatre

the participating of all In with most of all of them Wonder A cow is an angular feminine I halls cowardice to the administration In I

group games You Just should have who it will be next? Oh yes, Bobby bovine with four legs an alto voice i 9. Use a moderate speaking voice failing to Include wage ceilings In OKEECHOBEE

seen Miss Patterson's cunning way had better stop fooling around a well-established milk route anda -don't yell. the price bill. Reams of newspaper

of catching Mrs. Dixon while play- with other gals Mildred don'tlike face that inspires confidence. ;1 10. When walking together, always publicity have been given to the -- - ---

Ing "three-deep." In a sodacracker it! I A cow's husband is a bull. A walk on the outside, increases In farm prices during the PROGRAM FOR WEEK ENDING
I
eating\ contest several got I Note: The A O. club wishes to :I cow's brat Is entitled a calf Calves 11. Be courteous to the family past year. The Impression left by

choked, but Molly got hers all down thank Mr. Sunday for the use ofj I are generally! used In the manufacture when you call for your date the newspapers and their columnists APRIL 2

first and was able to whistle. Thus the phonograph at the "Pie Walk of chicken salad. Calves brains 12. Park to save gas and tires is that farm farm prices are ---------- --

she won the prize. You would have V I can't be distinguished from scrambled but be sure you attend the parties I extraordinarily high. What they

laughed jour sides sore at some of THE FILTH COLUMN: | eggs. When part of a calfi Thursday and Friday nights. fall to tell their readers is that FRI. & SAT.

the questions and answers In Pos- March 27 1942 i gets breaded, It !is called a cutlet 13. Carry a handkerchief for the farm prices have come to their JEAN \KKEIl

sum and Tater." Dear -Patchl9": A cow provides vitamins for bo 's' convenience present position from a very low and

By this time everybody was about Let's see. you know Monday evening double chocolate malted milks until 14. Tell him what you expect todD level and even today have not IIKIHKD AliLEV

starved and this was remedied happily Chief Editor Bowden entertained she Is old enough to enter a can of for the evening ahead of time. caught up with the Industrial -In"FLYING -

: when we bit into those delicious us i Chobee Bugler staff) cornbeef hash. Her tall Is fastenedto : If the above courtesies are wage BLIND"also

ribs that Chester and Mr. with a barbecue down at Bill Hen- the rear of her back. It has a shown to the boys by the girls, Don't forget to buy Defense

Bowden had barbecued, with bread dry's fishing camp The food was universal Joint at one end and any I we're sure the boys will cooperate bonds and stamps. -

pickles and Coa Colas. sho' delicious and the night was swatter at the other.A and make these three days "historyof JilLI. BOYD

Those who enjoyed this wonderful beautiful. But you'se know "what? cow has two stomachs. The OHS"
-In-
outing were Mrs. Dixon, Miss -only Alice rated a man. Luckykid one on the ground floor Is used as Wednesday the girls will begin to To relieve COLD\ Q ,

Morton Miss Patterson. Mr. Bow- and Editor BB told us to Invite a storehouse for grass loco weed, show these "gentlewomen" courte- "SHOWDOWN"also

den, Chester Raulerson. Alice Don- that "one and only" boy friend com' stalks rock salt and the neighbor sies to the boys and ask the boys Misery cf -

aldson Lillian Leltner J. Cheshire, I'se was a little bashful, 'cause Ise s cabbage When the cow's for dates. The girls will take the UI1I'fpTAIU.ETII CARTOON

Estelle Sanderfur. Martha Sellers a-missin' you and I think all the storehouse reaches a state of either I boys to prayer meeting or the show

Molly Bowden Nettle Pearl Rigs- ethers were. too'Patchle" over-p-orljctlon! or under-consump- en Wednesday. 666: SALE

bee Mary McLaughlin, Evelyn Lee that 'won't happen ticn she sits down In the shade of I Thursday will be "Kids" day, and NOSE DKOPSroioii SUN. & MON.

and Miss Finger. next week when the "All-girl week" the old apple tree and then belches all high school students-both boys tutor

V begins Here's a hint to the boys: like Henry. the Eighth used to burpat I and girls-will dress as "kids" all WALLACE BEER'

GIRL SCOUTSWe I It won't be an April fool; Joke next a corona tUn banquet. This social dav A chapel program will be -In"BARNACLE-
when error on the part of the cow makes I :I I"en Thursday afternoon entitled Try Kub-Myllim" Wonderful
met at the Methodist church Wednesday the girls ask you BILL"also
annex Tuesday night. The for a date. some of the bay and stuff do a return "Nursery Days" and a 'Kid" party Liniment

meet-i Last '" trip from the storehouse back will be given Thursday night 1 .
ing was called to order by the I a-Friday "Tln said on the -
pa-
trol leader. 'Cherrle' "A Thoughtfor chapel program that he didn't have up to the front part of the cow'skind Friday the girls will continue +<-<...-..:<<..:..:..:.:--:..;..:..:..:..:..;..:..;..;..:..:..; "MRCII: OF TIME":
face, where it Is fietcherlzed
the a regular gal. Now, maybe we can their "gentlewomen" courtesies and .
Day" was given by the ) "
All of her teeth are In the lower "Andy I'and) Cartoon
the three in author-
give him a break next week. days of "girls
chaplain, "Tinny The of
Allegiance to the Flag was Pledge given, i!I Gol..1-l-y, rm a-gettln' excited part After of this her second-hand countenance: meal has ity" will come to an end Friday' K. E. STELLO SEWS -

. already! What night with a big community young :
and we sang : :The Star Spangled a break for the
Banner. The roll called boys! This whole place will be been sufficiently gummed up by the peopled party.We're : ;t': Registered Real Estate Broker $
was and
cow she sends back the order to t WED.
revolutionized!II sure with the cooperation X: THURS.
showed that three ,
were absent. the other stomach where it is turned I **** ?!
cf all the high school students this
This'll
really please the seventh
Using parliamentary procedure IIESRFOSD..
\ and
Into meat.
each Girl Scout present was givena and eighth grade girls. I hear they can be made a successful plan I _?, REAL ESTATE ANDINSURANCE I:
An old cow has a tough time of JOAN BENNETTIn
I Boys. this is a challenge to
nickname are already scheming as to who you I
as follows: Lucille,
It. In the end she skinned
gets by
to and If I were you, if a girl asks -
"Cherrie' they're going ask for Ernestine
; "Tinny"; Polly
:
these she has benefit d, even as h
'ia-knowtn' Orville Anne will be me for a date I wouldn't say "No,
Gay, "Polly" ; Mary Alberta you and I. .;. .***:* X "Wild Geese Calling"also
but I'd and have good
sorry she won't be here! accept a
"Bubby", Barbara Anne, "Babs"
: A slice of cow's tear end is
a very > _
time. -
I Xathl' 'n. "Cathie": Virginia "Mln- Last Friday night there was a :: Okeechobee, Fla. -}
valuable ta>> a cow, but it Is worth
TJieat Beta Club Sponsor. X
i imo"; Alma Joyce "Shortle;; Virginia Methodist big young church people's party, at the only a nickel to a farmer, 16 cents -VFtTt'RE :":..:..:..>.:.:..:..:..:.. :..>.:.;..!": : :....:..:":4 COMMUNITY SING- ,
i annex and a
Lee "Ginger. All Girl Scoutsare -
I I to a meat packer, 46 cents to a retail FIRMER SEWS .
good time, was had by allHere's ---------
to be called by their nicknames -
butcher and $1.25 in a restaurant ,iSllvanus Harden) COMING
a little "filth": Molly SOON-
saysshe's
-not counting the tip. Ven HE W1.E-ADVERTI"E:
has
Nothing Important hap-
The report on "defense materialcollection" In love: Pearl says she's not
V
in love but would like to be I June "sergeant lurk'pril/ 5-6.
was much favor- -- ----
more r THE LIBR.IIITTuesday --- ---- "
able this week than last week. and Estelle have not had this experience ._ I "Argentine Uay".
in chapel. Miss Morton.our I TP.!:"' -- \ m.u fl":"r-- "
A warning to all Girl Scouts: If (how could two such love ; "Life Bogliis For \rnly Hard)"

a j-ou'rs meeting five you'll minutes be flned late arriving If you'reabsent at ly experience girls live?) this Martha long without Walker this Is librarian.25 new announced books that would Wednesday be- "Why Doesn't God End War?" \I IIf : :.:. .., .:..:..:..:..:..;..:..:'* .*

Li L---- :
placed on our library shelves forour
blindly'! In love; Martha Sellers only ,
without
a just reason you'llbe
use there be an all-wise all-poweitul aort why doeiii He stop
flned-beginning next: Tuesday. knows a-Davld (could It be love?) ; I Miss the present war? This will be the question answered in first of I ? .} .;..
Morton has put bookmarks
'Save tinfoil collapsible tubes Eva Nell Is fickle; Winifred and I series of ovanzelistic broadcasts b\ Rev. E J. Daniels, Director
and rags for defense: and GUI Alice: have only one love: Mary and I In all the new books Let us show of Radio Revival! I Sunrise
Theatre
: her we appreciate this by using the ,
Evelyn are hard to please; La vena
Scouts.
markers- and too we can show Sunday ((29th) 5:30 P.M., Every Sunday
knows win
V how to her man; I
pel'I-1, our appreciation for these new ; 620 Dial WSUN St. PetersburgUnusual
THE VOICE 01 THE STUDENT lee Is worried but she can ( on I FORT PIERCE

manage to be happy.Oh I I books by washing our hands before : programs: Musk by Stetson University! : Famous Colored _

"Opinion"By I yes. Jack Elledge had a party handling them and make them look Choral C ub. Revival Quanette--Seeking to enlist thous-

I. M. Unknown out at his house last Friday night I new as long as possible. The new asds to "PRAY FOR VICTORY Not an ordinary programA : Today & Saturday
| books are as follows'"Other I Blessing For All!
j but I haven heard much about
My deepest respect fpr those Double Feahir-
students of Okerhobee high! school what happened I think everyonehad I People's Houses Blanco ; :' .- 'w _"' U"---.:.: '_"". i I I
"W I n tel' In April" a good time
mho expressed their views in lastweek's
The editorials and 'Documentary Source Book of : I
on Dancing -In-
'Chobee Bugler! on the ques- I I Yourself and Others'': i I
I Patriotism last week I hear have
tion
of dances. I American History" (MacDonald) : "Ride 'Em Cowboy"also
had some Constructive criticism, of
One brought up "The Christians I THE POCKETBOOK j'
both bad. "Knowing Yourself and Others" -
course- good and
." I have jet to see a Christian -
church Well, don't. cha'. think most of I (McLean) ; "The Drum Goes Dead"I BKtCE C\BOf -
playing cards. Oh I Aldrich) "How To Win Friends I
members may play cards but Is hea this the 'Chobee girls can be asayln'I I and Influence People" (Carnegie) KNOWLEDGE TpPS i Ii CONSUME BENNETTIn

Christian? I like to dance but I : -
"First Electrical Book for Boys"
"Smoke
said ?
don't think It is right therefore Idon't She He said: : "Smoke?" I (Morgan); "Mis Wiggs Of the Cabbage I "Wild Bill Hikok Rides"
do It. There is only one way
Patch" Rice) "From Galileo ,
_HA _said___ .: "Yen. I--
to decide this that Is n -
question and I She said: "Who?" to Cosmic Rajs" (Lemon) ; : t 6 I -
If you don't see any wrong with It
-then dance. please answer this He said: "You." | "The Family and Its Relationships"cQroves CC'Lo1J1'I/ Sunday & Monday

tru hfully: "Would you mind If I She said: "Me?" ) ; "Good Looks for Girls" WHO A5I1E / .rnoull ROBERT TAYLOR _
Cades "How Green Was Valley" -
) My
He said: "Yes., ; SACKS
jour Lord found you dancing? LAS TURNER
senior ) AND FEED6NOWARa
I She said'No!" (Llewellyn reserve :

Every so often dancing in this town : -oHe "J. T., Jr, the Biography of an I MADE I IN 6 a 0 $' LPN. -in"JOHNNY .
:becomes popular. Each true some 'UCW ATtSACTIVl o
said "Dance?" African Monkey" (Akeley), 'Pll- I I
few start inking and It becomesa : I PATTERN THAT( = = EAGER"Tuesday
grim's Progress (Bunyan simplified MAWWOM! I
She said "Dance?
disgrace to them. I will not say : pzM ( S --, I -- ---- -----
He said: "Yes." form) ; "Canoe Mates" (Mun- 5(5T
this w'll happen f'il' la time but ItIs
0psesers
She said: "Who?" roe-a story of the Florida Reef Goo tooloN6 & WednesdayJOHNNY
by no means Impossible.A I p 0 r SINCE I TMt 4'TAII'T Of THE!
and Everglades) "Camps and Fire
;
He said: "You. ARMAMENT PPOSBAM AMERICAS
her if It : ULISMILLERIn :
girl asks pastor was 1 I
sides of the Revolution" Halt ; NPUSlRltf HAVBTRAINBPSOMf.3.CQQ.OOO '
said ?
She : "Me
II sin to dance, and he replied: "No FMANP WOMEN FOX -
He said: "Yes." "Fitting Yourself For Business"cMacQlbbon \lIAR YoQII: ( JON
If win a soul to Christ on
can
you '
She said "No!" ) ; "The House and Its Tarzan's Secret Treasure'
the dance floor She asks the boy
Care" (Matthews) ; "The SquareWoman" i
-oHe -
she was dancing with If he was a
//7//
-a story of the Kentucky \
Christian, "No," he replied. The said : "Drink ,. ,. I Thursday
She said: "Drink?" mountains) ; 'Gone With the Wind'Mitchell _
boy asks her: "Are you? "Yes"was
He said : "Yes." ( senior reserve) ; "Ma-
her answer His: eyes grew I BARGAIN DAY
She said: "Who?" dame Curie, "Story Parade" (yel
.
and appeared his
t' large a frown on
He said "You." low book), "Story Parade" (red
:
"
brow. 'Well. he said "This Is a I 22'
She said: "Me?" book) Curie; "Hepatica Hawkes"iF.eld
hell of a place to take jour Lord. slow DOWN( I IMo1OR16TS000LO I
It best to He said : "Yes.. ). STt'u \ ('I1ESTERIORRIS
Decide for your..elf-Is
Ap'Qov Tevs.lo tl
) y1
She said: "No!I" V \ y75 N/IrS 00105SupIR
be a Christian and be happy, or a I -In-
-0-j STOP AND TAKE NOTEAt Ir TNtoaUtD
,
tinner! and "Just be. I u 1s
V He said: "Neck?" a mass meeting of the girls I II TO MILK TO(HOUR "Tut VMR AAAAun SVAAtreiCAM or LIPSTICK WOMEN usrp WOOU7 soil i i "No Hands on the Clock"also

HINTSGee Sw' said: "Neck?" I Wednesday It was decided that on I i tAINT 40,000SARNSA cDIO' sRiOga5e I -

lIe said: "Yes." next: Wednesday, April 1. will be I BID
Dozier did she Jilt you Friday ABBOTT LOU COSTELLO
night? She said: "Who?" April fools' day-but not for the 7' G/tMt 1VAT lesvf4 HO nil TMt OH LAd/ ( -In-
He said: "You. boys of Okeechobee high school- 7/11 VoIJn t* fVV4Ct Iftf-fP 79f'Kf (/'N'lIr' I
What's the matter. Alvjna? Can'tyou CW futMAIUHft
hold Haynes? She said: "Me?" 'cause you know vhat'i !going to "HOLD THAT GHOST"

He said: "Yes." happen There's to be a "change- -
Anne has to sleep -
Orvllle gone She said: "No, but 111 try!" abcut-face. At ease, fellows, thisis COMINGOLSEN
en the Job I think. Frances has -
what It's all about.
taken Jack and Kenneth from her.
Yours "Patch," The gills will all cooperate In order A JOHNSON
"number"Edijar
little
Who was the cute
V to show the boys how real -In"HELLZAPOPPIN"-
Knight was with last Friday
night? I Subscribe For The News southern gentlemen act.
Now, Mr. Durrance says he'll be

!IIi What wth was three Lawrence girls on one Reeves date do-? $2.00 Per Year glad for one of the girls to ask him .;..:.ot'o\'o\uI"\ :":'+H'7''o\'o\7''o\: ";":":"'++





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,_._ .. -. ," -"d- _- 1.I REPORTERS IN TAMPA:

.I Too Late to ClassifyBy I GET FROM REAL JUDGE STORY BARKER



TAMPA March 24-IFNS)-Reporters -

who from cubhood had
RUSSELL KAYIn
eagerly looked forward to the day

when they would encounter a sure-

SALEW last week's column I remarked I| of the Commission and of your 'nuff "man bites dog" story, listened -
"
that most of the political liters- | Commissioner. to the decision handed, down

ture that had come to my attention \ I am glad to reproduce that muchof by Judge Barker In federal court
Bob's circular for I feel I It Is information
-
was the old stereotyped form, here last week and then galloped
and now my friend Bob Sweger, I that should be thoroughly frantically to their tjpewrlters for
publisher of the Clearwater News i considered by every voter I It was "news" with a capital "N"

and a candidate for Railroad Commission know from talking with many pco-i In any language, especially: the Ju
In Group 2, takes me to pie that very few have any Idea dicial.!

task and calls my attention to a of what the Raildroad Commission ;: For the first time on record here
folder he Is using Is or how It operates and consequently '' a railroad which usually pays for

After reading It I'll have to take many people don't even crossing accidents, was awarded a
back what I said for I must admit bother to vote for a candidate In verdict In federal court against a

PRI'CES SLASHED that Bob Is presenting something I this race. truck for damaging one of its looo-
I leally constructive in an effort to The Railroad Commission is more mltlves,

acquaint folks with what the Rail-i Important to us now than ever before The General Materials companyof

road Commission Is and, does. and we are all going to realize St. Petersburg, owners of the
Da you 'the circular asks) that as our cars are laid up for truck which collided with the sec-

"ever use a telephone, ride a taxi; lack:: of tires or our travel Is limltejl nri section! of a Seaboard Air Line

20% Discount on KEROSENE STOVES and dvens. cress a toll bridge; buy merchandise through shortage of gas. dlesel I locomotive at Seminole
send a telegram; ride a train; I I We are going to have to depend crossing In Plnellaa county two

travel by bus? I I I more and more on trains and buses years ago. was ordered by Judge
20% Discount on KEROSENE HEATERS. I: ''It so then you are concerned to get about, and we are going to Barker in a directed verdict to pay

with\ the Railroad Commission. need level-headed Intelligent, able damages amounting to $2.862 67. actual

20 Discount KEROSENE LAMPS. The Railroad Commission Is as I,. men to protect our Interests and cost of repairing the laconic.
%
on i insure the best service In
near to you as your telephone. Did I possible live, and that amount was set up
you know thatWell, It Is for all'', the matter of extending facilities In the verdict.
20% Discount on GASOLINE LAMPS and LANTERNS. 'telephone service In the state Is and adjusting rates and schedules The Materials company sued In

under the direct supervision of the It Is not for me to attempt to a cross suit for damages against
I I tell you who to vote for Thereare
commission the railway for the death of Cecil
20% Discount on CHICKEN WIRE. two commissioners to be elec'-
Next time you call a 'Yellow' Doyle 31 St. Petersburg. driver of
look on the front and you will find 'ed In two different groups. All I the truck. The Judge directed the

25% Discount on Glidden PAINTS, VARNISHES and Enamels. a license tag Issued by the Railroad 'an advise is that you concern Jury to find the railroad not re-
Commission, I, yourself to the extent of Investi- sponsible.
"atlnst the character and record of
Do vou send or receive tele- V
40% Discount ELECTRIC HEATERS. the
various candidates and
choos-
on 11'am*' Are you concerned as to FAREWELL SIPPER: GIVEN
ing those who, In honest opinion
t the lolls you pRy for such service? your A farewell supper was given Fri-
Tciemaph companies, like telephone are best qualified from every .
day c''c.o.! March JO at the home
tuiidpoint for the post they seek.V .
companies also come under of M" 9 n P.aifsn'der.'! In honor
the emulation of the commission. ----- of Mrs Clara Loll who has spent

CIGARETTES '' Yru come to a toll bridge and I.OC.LlEX: APPOINTED: the winter wl'n: her sister Mrs
ON; HE.UTII .\SD1I0l'SIXG
ate called upon to pay a certain Hard Walker, and her bra. 'r,,
I fee lox the privilege of traveling COMMITTEE; : Robert LaMartln, Mrs. Loll left

; it The amount you pay Is determined for her home in PennsjlvinaT '
ORLANDO March 23-Roster of
by the commission. :esd v. Those attending the P-
LUCKIES CAMELS CHESTERFIELDS '12c I 'Thundering over your roads efense officials In charge of health per were as follows.
uid housing facilities In the 67
OLD GOLDS KOOLS m' ... ... ..... __.. __....._.__.__ daand. night are thousands of Florida counties were made public! Mrs. Will Walker Mrs V.l '
t : u k '
( 8 transporting groceries Domer and daughter, Carol. ) 1'<
here today by Dr. 0, S. Oslncup.
household goods. building materials .
Herbert Bilsco, Mr. and Mrs. Roc
WINGS AVALON 20-GRAND MARVEL DOMINO 10c I -In fact almost anything that Orlando, In charge of this state crt LaMartln and daughter Double
wide service of the State Defense
you might name. While you might Ern.
Lee Mrs. Elmer Pierce Mrs.
SENSATION PAUL JONES ZEPHYR mm.._..-..._--__ service Council.In .
ruch
. I not directly patronize Campbell and daughter LJ r <
'I event of disaster, Oslncup
I
m receiving or shipping goods tDr May; Mr and Mrs, S. R. RaiNm-
j hai vou pafor merchandise so pointed out the responsible persons Bessie M.1e.fr:
der and daughter ><
And Hundreds of Household Items on Special Sale! 'I| transported Is directly affected by .n each county now are designatedto Curtis Wrlgth and the !guest

the rates charged for such service take charge of medical, hospital honor. Mis Clara Loll.

You probably ride a bus occasionally drug supply, housing. dental nursing B MHMHB B
and undertaking_ services and I
What for this
you pay C\RD OF TIHNKS
privilege and the route you travel lacllltles in the area.

u. de ermhied by the Railroad Each defense council's organization To Tile Noters of District No. 2,
Gilbert Culbreth Commission was established / to work '
i Okeerhubee County, Floridai
through chain of command into
The man you elect to sit on the a i am deeply grateful for the (">1'-'
smaller areas and under -
State Railroad Commission as your supervision fidence you. and each of you. have
of the State Defense Council
comm sicnei li your personal representative 1 placed In me as a member of the
He is charged with the Dr Oslncup explained. The Board of County Commissioners of
.. .... state division of health and housing
Interests
-: -:' ', J', ," ': :: -'ij' >> responsibility of protecting your plans activities and promulgates Ckeechobee county. Your confidence -
in the matter of telephone,. is shown In the fact that I
rates tol. and service; toll bridge programs. am unopposed for re-election a* a
-r111II1II1II111111 ----- Officials in charge of these facilities -
fee mil Service motor truck trans-
; member of said Board of County
: K.te.s. tiavelec! and In Okeechobee county defense
poi 'a iui iciucs Commissioners from District No 2
lIIlmIIIllII1l11111ImII1l111111111IInIII11IIII1111II1111I1! !! : 1I1IImllllIIiIlllllllhlllllllllml1II1111111111111I! !! : !! ! '1I111II1II1II111I1I1I1II1111111111111111111111111! ! ': :service; the same for passenger cc ,,rctl are ns follows I shall continue to serve all of the
Dr. B. E. Alsobiook Okeechobee\
buses; and finally of all roalroad lid
people In Okeechobee In a fair
._.
s division chairman; J. O Wolfe
passenger rates, freight rates Impartial manner. having at ill
r-" I F .itdules: and seivlce In addition, Okeechobee, drugs; A. W. Lyndon times the best interests of 'he>:
he represents at hearings at Okeechobee. housing; Dr F A. Zu-
you coun'y in mind Again thanku
\\:.:ch all questions relative to the ver, Ft. Pierce, dentistry, ou I am .

i ; facilities mentioned are determined v--- Vet! :r fi1': !: vours.
LET US PRINT = CARD OF TII\SKSI C F WALLACE:

I Now you have a better Idea of am very grateful to the peopleof V

,hat 'ihe> Railroad Comm:ssion: School District No. 3 for the DR. T. T. COLEMVN: CARRIED

does and you can appreciate that confidence they have placed In me TO HOSPITAL LAST WEEK

L YOUR NEXT i the man you select as your railroad as a member of the Board ot Public I I I I -

Commissioner Is a matter of genu- Instruction by re-electing me as j I Dr. T. T Coleman was carried: : o

ine concern, directly affecting your a member of that Board without i i The Good Samaritan hospital atI

welfare and safety deserving care- opposition. I West Palm Beach last week where

ful consideration During the next four years I will 1-e Is suffering from a toxic condition.
F 1 ORDER OF = "The every day lives of you and continue to serve the people of my His condition Is reported is
and the well-being of district and the to the best
.. = your family county serious, but favorable and he is ex:
.---.-... .---------- ''I' business Is directly and constantly of my ability pected to return to his home here
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