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Title: The Okeechobee news
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Publisher: The Okeechobee Publishers, Inc.
Place of Publication: Okeechobee Fla
Creation Date: April 24, 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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Volume 27-Number 44 Okeechobee, Florida, Friday, April 24, 1942 Price 5 Cents

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40 Men Are Needed Visits Here 1 Men Will Register The ObserverBy 1 Spoke! Here Yesterday I This County Has A



Each Week To Fill On Second Floor Of ( Bill Page). : Fine Record In The

fiSH FRY '

Quota For Navy Courthouse Mon twice Well a sir day, of Is a all diet thing fitten* fish for Improved LivingOkeechobee i

the Eskimo, but I am no kin of
the little dark-skin Eskle, no -
Okeechobee county's draft board
Guy F. Hull,
Navy
officer
Recruiting -
far as I know, and neither do county has had apart
have -
reports they completed preparations
with
headquarters in the stl
In building up the most striking I
I for
for registering on April 27 care
Post/office building, Miami an records of Improved living
fill who 45 of fish more
age
men were years I
nounces that 40
men are needed standards in the United States.
ally'! to fill the 01: or before February 16. 1342 and 4 t h none
quota assigned by fTlils fact was pointed out by
who have not reached their 65th meal In a
the Navy Recruiting service The # Burnett Bartlett, county R.R. supervisor
birthday on or before April 27. 1942 fortnight. Or
training: facilities
of the
Navy and and
K Mrs. May M. Fulton,
Naval hose required to register are all so I have
Reserve have been
stepped- home
supervisor for the Farm Security
men born on or after April 28 always b e-
and who
jp enormously men apply administration In connection
1877 and before Februan 16 llevod. But
on or
now for enlistment will I
be next with the report from Washingtonthat
there has
?
189
'a the Naval Training station, Nor- x southern farmers In the "botj -
Registration will be held on the come a time
iollc. Va. immediately with no delay Louis F. :Maire ; tom third" Income group led the
second floor of the Courthouse The In my life
as soon as their pre-enllst- nation In 1941 in the rate of Increased -
oficewill be open from 7 am to when I am I
ment papers are completed. F :M-iirc: o Fort Lauder- food production. Mr. Bartlett
9 p.m. on Monday. April 27. seriously In doubt.
b Applications are accepted for enlistment dale, candidate for the Democratic displayed records of a nation-
Receiving word that the
Any tourists or visitors here may
in the regular Navy from -usa i\.in for Congress from the wide survey showing that FSA
the local draft board lion. Pat Cannon would be In
register at
I 1" to 31 sears of age and in the r' u l.1: Congressional district was Ed Hamiltoni farmers in Alabama Georgia South
office and their registration cards Okeechobee last Tuesday, and I
Naval Reserve from 17 to 50 High .- iiitor in Okeechobee Wednes- Carolina and Florida, who ranked
will be sent to their home city knowing how well he liked catfish
school education Is not necessaryfor iv while here Mr. Maine did boards. I the committee on enter- i Ed Hamilton, candidate for the lowest of the 12 Farm Security regions -

enlistment AU those desirousof no make a speech to the people of I Uinmrnt and eats of the Okee- Democratic nomination for con- In the amount of food produced

Information or enlistment should this section but stated that he V I tliobre Chic club got busy and j gress from the Fourth Congressional at home before coming tinder

apply immediately to Chief Hull would be back later. On another Three Facts I arranged for a very special fish 1! district spoke to a fair-sized FSA supervision, last year had
Navy Recruiting officer! Room :31. !'>axe 01 The Okeechobee News will Major dinner at the Everglades hotel.Tuesday crowd here yesterday at noon and Increased their production of food

Postoffice building Miami dally I b;, : ;ind the platform of Mr. I !beIng the regular was well received by his audience. at home one and one-half times,

P : :cm 8am to 7 p m Chief Hull! Malre. For Those Who Are meeting! day, the switch from I Mr. Hamilton has .been seen as and were ranked among the top

and his staff will be glad to Inter- V I chicken and dumplings to catfish the probable dark horse by many four regions. The 1941 progress

Mew and examine all applicants and 'persons in the district, and It isi report of rural rehabilitation borrowers

during For these hours. 'Every American'Canvass To Register Mon.With I arranged. corn and two pone trucks was easily were i easy to see because he Is a good released by the FSA office
A
the convenience those lh'
of -
engaged to tote fish to the ho- I campaigner and a hard worker and In Washington shows that the typical -
ing in the West Palm Beach area BringingFine I tel while rooks started fires In i according to reports he has moved FSA family In the nation has

we open a substation In the Post- local boards throughout the extra Moves and started up to a position where he is one accomplished these things since

a office building there each Friday. 'j>> state of Florida reporting all rolling fish down the assemblyline j of the favorites in the race to go coming on the program: (1) Doub-

r each Office hours. 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. on Reports HereOn In readiness for the registration on I In an endless stream for j i Into the second primary led the production of foods and

FridaySugar April 27 of men between the ages the feast. I He is well known In Okeechobee, other goods for family use; (2)

I. v--- Of 43 and 64 years, inclusive, Brig. I Eut come 1:15: and time to I where he has often fished and Doubled the production" meat

April 17 the 'Everv American' Gen. Vivian Collins State Directorof I, sot at the festive fish frolic, lo hunted during the past for home use; (3) Increased the
Corporations Selective Service today pointedcut 1 He is a lawyer and practices in fruits and vegetables preserved for
canvass started In Florida and and behold, we were aU at the I
that there are only three main I West Palm Beach and In the supreme family use by 158 quarts, or Hi
"hat a lob the folks of Florida are I, feast but Pat. We stalled as I
I requirements for this registration court. per cent; (4)) Increased milk pro-
Expanding Its doing! First statewide reports on long as possible, singing every
this canvass are most Inspiring.The The General summarized these song we knew and some that I He is a member of the North- I II duction for home use by 184 gallons

first few scattering reports major requirements thus: made me realize we needed a wood Baptist church of West Palm or 64 per cent; (5) Increasednet

Holdings In Glades fi"m 23 counties show 11.924 pledg ill Every male citizen and every little more practice on, but our I Beach. I cash Income by $441, or 70( per

et totalln $1.31349653 In annual male alien residing In Florida honored guest was still conspicuous cent.

' pledges and every mall Is bringingin other than persons excepted by! the : by his absence. Come 1:30: Rationing FSA borrowers In Okeechobee
' CLEWISTON. April 21-FNS-< more. Florida Is certainly go- Selective Training and Service act and the table was so loaded Sugar to county Increased their canned food

Everglades' holdings of the U. S. Ins '0 town as It always does! of 1940 as amended who had ate I down with fried fish and all products as follows: In 1936 the

,,i Sugar corporation were expanded We In Okeechobee are certainly ''allied the fotty-fifth anniversary the trimmings that It was families averaged 40 quarts per
1 recently through the acquisition of doing our part In a bier wav and I Of the day cof his birth on or bee I groaning more than Mr. Half- Begin In The U S.l family; In 1942 they now average

i an additional 3,300 acres. am very proud of the work which tore February 16, 1942 and has not | snider. trying to reach "high C" 261 quarts-an Increase of 221

These lands In two parcels have has been done bv the various com attained the sixty-fifth anniver- In "Sweet Adeline," we closed On Tuesday 51 quarts per family, In the southeastern
May
I 3 miles of frontage on the St. Lucie mittees. Also by the many who sary of the day of his birth on or the piano and started work ont region the report showedan

Indtantoxn canal r'weenjovLMktlrFr addition !jn {lsaaa.ao.a 1ns1'.N\d! ,,;WJlle.1E'ltol9eoclll' : ; [before.April 27, 194 ,Js required Jo'present'himself the more Important-task-gf. J- e ...,..."..:'.:...- .... 'I Increased .home used products
"for anasubmit' .
In to the pledged! part 'their earningsto to "satisfying the inner man." 9>ri4v"per'nert'a Compared( with"

wo large tracts the acquisition In- their government for the dura- icglstra'lon: on April 27, 1942. And what a job we did of Itt! Stamp No. 1 in the first war ration 101 per cent for tin nation as a

'ides necessary! rights-of-way to Men My committee members' report ((2)) Registration should be madeat For the next 30 minutes the book will be valid for buying whole. The average FSA family In

"cnnect such lands with those of less than a dozen persons who a designated registration placeof silence was broken only by I a pound of sugar during the period I the four states Increased the

..i> Glides: Land orpoiation an I 1 1-i'p lot 'villln
under option to the United States card. the registrant has his permanent please," or "I really should j" of Price Administration said Wednesday j canned for home use by 178 quarts,

.Sugar corporation. Although we have not as yet I home, or In which he may happent not eat anything more, but I In announcing further de- M compared to an Increase of 133 "

The acquisition of these lands completed our canvass. I am able t bt !between the hours of 7 a.m. shoot the corn bread to me, i I tails of the rationing program. I II quarts for FSA borrowers all over

: ) future plant-site development." to give a very good report at this and 9 p.m. on April 27. This reg- Ted." i| The announcement means that the nation. In 1941 the average

said Resident Clarence R. Bitting tme: Up until noon Thursday the is ration place may be the officecf I Well II'as more than satisfied formal sugar rationing for the family of 4.9 persons In the Rural
'is one demonstration of the local board j United States will be In effect from Rehabilitation In
more our reports showed Okeechobee City having jurlsdicj j and made the remark that program of FSA
.:.uth in the Everglades These has slmed 248 pledge cards totalIng :ion in the area, or other public that was more fish than I had May 5 on.Stamp i I the four southeastern states pro

i am sites together with the SI'I .839 70 In annual pledges. place prcperly designated by that put away In six months, and No. 2 will be valid from duced 61 quarts of fruits and vege

lights of v. awill permit the These pledges average $71 93 per local board would not care for any more 'u May 17 to 30. Stamp No. 3 will be'' tables per person or a quart per

i.mdling of all product north and "':'('son AnnuAlly.The f 3) Registrants must answer all I for the next sir months to valid from May 31 to June 13, and day for the family during the period I
\it! of the Hilsborough canal on committeemen and women questions asked by the registrar for I come. I Stamp No 4 from June 14 to June of the year when fresh vegetables -

'our plantation tracks with our own who have done this wonderful work notation on the reglstartlon card. Later In the afternoon, the 27. All dates are Inclusive. : were net available. This year I

equipment. and will rive us access are as follows: Mrs. Wallace. Mrs. It Is Important that the registrant Hon. Patrick arrived In 'Cho- Restaurants will be cut to half the goal set for Okeechobee county

o Eastern Seaboard markets by McCranle. Miss Mary Ralford. Mrs. describe his place of residence in j I bee and the first thing he said the mount of sugar used In a base Is 100 quarts per person and an additional I

a.er transportation through the Blanch: Hunt Mrs. Rhea Hunt. detail as well as give full particulars was, "When doe eatanddo period. The base period will be i, 100 quarts per family for
St. Lucie canal and the inland as to the address at which he emergencies. As further
Miss Kathleen McCarthy, Mrs. I we have a fish fry?" Now eIther jthe corresponding period of I II a depar
waterway: the markest of the Mis- 'lrelw i.omhan Mrs Annie Raul- will be sure to I.ecel\.email or other what ran you do with a guy I 118year, or the amount of sugar ii II i ij ture from the traditional low-nu-

'iwlppi; valey may also be reached erson. Mrs. Simmons. H. H. Rauler- communications. Anyone who is. like that? Answer Start at j used during March of this year, If trltlon diet these families stored

rough the St. Lucie canal. Lake son Z. K. Williams Rev. M"erfee unavoidably away from his home ] once and arrange for a fish fry records for last year are not avail- { five and one-half bushels of fruits
Okeechobee. Caloosahatchee river, on April 27 may register at the abli and vegetables per person. They
Ri Gal of Mexico and the Mississippiand Stubbs and O L. Pippin. Mr. Pip- registration place most convenient !, that we did. Another truckload I Industrial users of sugar for such j produced 100 pounds of meat or
Its tributaries. on that day, the General said, but I ice I poultry per person, 96 gallons of
''101 has several helpers on his committee of fish was dispatched to Bill j thugs as confectionery, cream, I
Our research organization has ail registrants are urged to make milk and 27 dozen Summing
but I am very sorry I can- I Hendry's fish ramp and we all dairy products, preserves bottled eggs.
Ireadf demonstrated that new and not publish their names at this every effort to register with their went to work preparnlj one of beverages, desserts, and other spe- up. the report from Washington

additional crops to meet needs for- time as I am not certain Just who own local boards to avoid possible I those old-time fish froys. Of cla'.Ues will be allotted 70 per cent said:

merly supplied by foreign countries, they are.MJ.ny confusion in the future. Any per course, I was willing to help, cl the amount they previouslyused. "One of the most Important results -

may be successfully produced In : thanks to everyone who son who must register away frcm I but as far as eating fish again I of seven years of the FSA
South Florida. home also Is warned to carefully program Is that it has provided
has helped and who have signed "that was out. I could pos- Individuals: Will register in elementary -
"Other additional new are specify his home address so that conclusive evidence that underfed
crops pledge cards. If we have missed I sibly nibble on some hush pup schools throughout; tne
"OT under investigation! and new his registration card be for under-employed, low-Income farm
anyone it has been unintentional may pies and listen to the conversation country on May 4, 3 8 or 7. Industrial
uses for both present and proposed warded promptly to his own local Institutional families can provide themselveswith
and I wish to state that pledge I but eat more fish?-not or sugar use ,
crops are being studied. cards can: be stned1th.. Mrs. board. I' me! Oh well, know how It era will register at high schools mhilmum\ adequate diets If
"This type of fundamental research B'anche Hunt. H. H. Raulerson or Special registrars also will be i I Is. We had a stack you of fish near- 1 April 28 and 29 given the opportunity."

by private enterprise will myself for the next week. A complete provided to register men who cane ly as high as one of Bill's cabIns 1 Under the rationing regulations V
unquestionably rebound to the net appear at a designated registration of each.a.m1lY' .
will i one adult representative
report be printed next and they looked so appetizing FUNERAL SERVICES WERE
benefit of all residents of the week We hope to have the county place because of Illness or ,: that I could not resist unit may register and obtaIn CONDUCTED FOR ROUX
Everglades and greatly expand employment other Incapacity, the General stat
report! by that time. just nibbling on one to see If war ration books for all thefamily's STANLEY YESTERDAY PAL
and will result with a W. R. Page Chairman ed, but it is Incumbent upon these I they were cooked properly. Yea, I members. Family units do ,
substantial Increase In the flow of Okeechobee County men to advise a registrar in their cooked not include maids or' other adults !II

commerce throughout the state and War Savings Committee local board area of their inability they They were were cooked properly.to the | who are not blood relatives. These Funeral services were conducted
nation to at a registration place. with yesterday afternoon for Egbert
appear
Individually
"Queen's taste" Yes, and to i must register or
"As long as we have the cour+ge. V A registrant who has more than I i their' own family units Roux Stanley, who died Tuesday
the taste and to
the vision and the ability to posh one place of residence may choose Congressman's Persons Inducted Into the armed afternoon In Miami after a long
Hon. Pat Cannon taste also. And I started I
head In the development! of he my so Illness due to heart ailment. He
new which one wants recorded as his I forces or leaving the United States a
and new uses for both old Was' Visitor Here eating fish again. Boy, they was born near Plant City and
crops place of residence, but no transient : > for more than 30 days' time must
shore and the
and new crops, we will have In the ,, address may be recorded General were good, moreI surrender their ration books to would have been 38 years old yes-

Everglades an ever broadening Hon. Pat Cannon member of 1 Collins declared and a registrant ,1 ate the more I wanted. And their local boards. Rationing books I II terday had he lived.
did that little Cannon
frontier and an ever-widening hort- Congress from this the Fourth' who lives on an RFD route which them where boy place I also must be returned within 10 Mr. Stanley moved with his family

zen" Congressional district, was a visit gees through two states Is requiredto side-by-slde they I( days after the death of a personto t9 Okeechobee 28 years ago and
would do him the most good
V or spending Tuesday afternoon and' indicate both the location of his whom the book was Issued. made this his home most of the

A GOOD REPRESENTATIVEIt night in Okeechobee. visiting with residence and his mailing address. I i Pat made the first successful' Children born after the reglstra- ;, time since then,
efficient
for the
friends and making new ones In After the registrant has answered grab handled fish and the situation tlon dates may be registered at any ,, He 'Is survived by two sisters.
was our pleasure to be associ- the Interest of his candidacy for 1 all questions and signed his way he time by their parents or guardians. Mrs. Jessie Judon of Dover, and
ated with "Big", Bill Hendry of re-election He was invited to be I name to the registration card he well, "flvlng fish" covers It very Individuals who do not receive Mrs. Melba Terry, of Miami; one
well When did eat-
Okeechobee in the last session of the guest speaker at the Civic club will be given a registration certificate 'I Pat stop ration :books because they have a brother Bob Stanley, of Okeechobee

the Florida legislature We Bill n<- t'non but was delayed and during signed by the registrar. This I I last Ins fish? When I grabbed the store of more than six pounds of and two half brothers, Cecil

and I had many problems in com the afternoon his friends got I certificate must be In the personal I 1 Well one, I on only the want paper.a mess offish sugar per person, may obtain their Pollock and O. K. Roberts, of this
mon for our respective counties. We together and arranged a fish fry at possession of the registrant at all I i 1 books from local rationing boards city
worked together and. In most Instances the fishing ramp of Bill Hendry I times. Failure to possess this certificate I I every fortnight or tha'-so, and I when their stocks have been used i Funeral services were conducted

voted the same way. I sincerely at the mouth of Klssslmmee river, or to show it to authorized only one helping at I at the prescribed quota levels, yesterday afternoon at 4 o'clock at
hope the good people of which was attended by a large I persons constitutes a violation of no more fish for me until-say, up OPA officials Bald the Okeechobee cemetery, with,
when Is the next ?
Okeechobee county will return a jatheilng. Selective Service regulations and Is fish fry I The OPA also established maximum -' Rev. M. E. Myer in charge The

good man to the Legislature to rep Mr. Cannon did not make a considered prima facie evidence of Well be seeing you. sugar allowances for manu pallbearers were W. T. Hardee, Ira

resent them In the May primaryby "peech while here, but announcedthat failure to register. ., OBIE, lacturers' canned 'vegetables, Swlndal, S, M. Swain, C. H. Parkvn -
-- -- -- --
the name of "Big" Bill HendryA. he would be back here before General Collins pointed out that required later to fill out an occupa- canned fruits and canned or cured'' ." Curtis Wright and Henry

J. Dunham In Arcadia Independent the election and deliver an addressto those who register April 27 are not tlonal questionnaire' concerning meats, fish and poultry, Hancock h

the people of Okeechobee. liable for military service under the their civilian qualifications and j{ Under the sugar regulations, violators -

V --V- Selective Training and Service act skills, bull that Is for the purposecf may be punished ,by a maxi. ment of not more .than'* .Til one year,

Subscribe For The News DE WE-ADVERTISE) of 1940, as amended. They will be ob.alnlng Information only. mum fine of $10,000 or Imprison- or both. ;' .*"*


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PACE TWO THE OKEECHOBEE NEWS FRIDAY APRIL 24, 19U



other theaters. The magniflcentt I :MISS S\D1E S.tXDER9ACCEPTS I I I FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER Legal Advertisements

< hcccljnhecTcfas( American-Filipino defenders did POSITION Political i DISTRICT NO. S: -

far more than could have been expected -I
- IN WASHINGTON, D.C. MTIK OF APPLICATION
They were terribly shortof I Announcements I wish to announce that I am a FOR TAX llrFI:

Published every Friday by the food medicines, and certain candidate !....... of IBIS
for the office of County
and Miss Sadie Sanders has accepted I Notice In banhy given that 8. J.
Flesh
Okeechobee News Co., at Okeecko- types of ammunition. a position with the United States Commissioner from District No S Davie' holder of Fez Certificate Not.

bee, Okeechobee County, Florida blood could only do so much. The for Okeechobee county in the Primary l.'JJ to I.40. Inc. and 351 Issued tile
foredoomed from the beginning government and left this week for .Ird day of Oepteinber A.D., 1028, bai
end was Washington where she will be em- FOR REPRESENTATIVE I election to be held May 5. sled aims In my ofl'lct! baa mad ap-
and it Is to their eternal plltRtton for Tax Deed to b laaued '
a *
I will
vote and
m THE LEQISLATtmi appreciate
Editor
BRYANT BOWDEN. ployed in the future. your
made the thereon Bald! l Certlfleata embraces the
enemy
glory that they I I
Miss Sanders has been the sten- support. following lenerllied property In the
pay a tremendous price for his vic I Cnuntv of Okeeeh..hee. Mate of Flor. tIda
W. E. GODWIN.
Entered as second class matter ographer In the office of County; I take this opportunity to an_ to.witAll : .
tory.The Judge T. W that I candidate fax're (Paid Political Adv.) Block 1 to 10. Ine, U'cit-
Conely Jr., for the nounce am a
July 1, 1915, at the Post Office in recent British ship losses In I over I'ark a iitidlvlalon; ; of part of
Okeechobee Florida under tile the Indian Ocean may in the long past two years and will be very; : .election to the office of Reprw. I V I I fee 211, T,,''p' 37 live :351: and iV4nf
I ,
.N\V 4 of NWM of S' Ei/4, See 20
greatly missed by the visitors who< | entative in the Florida Legislature
of March 8 1879.SUBSCRIPTION. serious than FOR COUNTY
Act run, proven even more COMMISSIONER 'IHP. 37 life 33: Containing 5
have business in that office for Okeechobee County In tin I 1
I
the loss of Bataan. They help pave DISTRICT NO. 41: A r.l.
V--__ Democratic Primaries In May 1942. 'I'b0 I inmeHinieiit of add property un-
the way for a Japanese drive on ,, I I di.r aRId rirtlllrnte lamied w fl* In the
RATE India And it is very doubtful if Legal Advertisements W. J. (BILL) HENDRH I wish to announce thut I am a Home. nf JiiKemor Holding. Corp and

One year In advance .... .. .... $2.00 the British will be able to muster ,: (Paid Political Adv.) : candidate for County Commissioner \\ iii. Hi'lilmever.Inleat mid'' certificate: shall be re.I .

Six months In advance. .. 1.00 a first-clay force for India defense I NOTKBOlwi V from District No. 4 lor Okeechobee I deemed, aecordlnf to law, property demrllied .
.hnbiv,. ('mini v. FlorldiNoritK county, subject to the Demo- therein shell be void to the
Three months In advance. .... .78 j: \I.rll 24. 1912. 1 i highest hillier, at the L'onrtbouae door
There Is news however on the : IS HFIIKm imEN That FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONED: cratic Primary May C. I will appreciate ,0" the first :Monday In the month of
to SiTil.in D of 'I vote and Mn", 1114., whlih la the 4tb day: of
credit side The Japs have taken I Laws Chapter" 1S20B DISTRICT NO. 1 I III your support
nt >liv. 104.
'lor"III. Act 11)17): knowu Hi
Advertising bills are payable on some severe blows from the United I the H VI!PHY ACT the following de --- : E. O. SELLERS lluted this lit day of April 1942. ,

the first of each monrti. Parties Nations' air forces in the Austral "HhHil Hi>rlilii. lunil'will|,|| In|he Okeec iiflered! 'hiihea for County rule ai II I take this opportunity to an. 1 (Paid Political Adv.) I'lork HOV Circuit U KAULEHSON Court ofOkeoehobea '

unknown to publishers required to Ian and Burma theaters. The public outcry fur the highest and. )beet nounce that I am a candidate for V County, Florida.

pay In advance. I American Navy is constantly pick nub bit.. mil.Jul to the right of thi'lriiBliM I I County Commissioner from Dlstrlc''No TO THE PEOPLE (Circuit Court Seal) 41 48OTI
I of tin Intermit Imltovem.nt| ; I V
ing off Jap troop and supply and Fund to reject any and all bide a' I I' 1, (Fort Drum) in the Demo. iOF OKEECHOBEE COUNTY
the Court Ilnuae. nt 10 AM on the > ( OF APPLICATION
fighting ships. Action such as this cratlc Primary May 5.
:'Vh ilnof Mu\ I'MJ riiMiiii.iil. for KIR TAX HEED
Reading notices in local columns steadily if slowly brings nearer rood rl"hI-itt,nnSIK> foot wide nil If elected I will serve the peopleof I take this opportunity to announce Lowe of 10)3.SolIm :

10c a line. Rates for dis- the day when final victory will be be reaerved from nnv parcel thronul I my district and the entire county that I am a candidate for l I. hereby (riven that Ed Al.
nlilih there ilermnn holder of lax Certificate No.
U iin rxlBtlnir Slut Road
play advertising furnished on ap- In sight I \\'I i>r S\\I, liii I, U Tree Sq to the very best of my ability. ]I Representative in the Legislaturefor r.?t.. leaned the Bth day of August,

plication. ria:
each word each ln.*rtlon. All on Alaska from the Aleutians It I :II. IriiilcM iinhiliilnir of :U tile niroM Internal port ocratic Primary May S. I will appreciate I l>eed. baa to tm made issued application thereon for Said! a CertllleHte Tax-

items regarding enterprises con- Is known that we are sending I Improvement Fund of the -B. C SWAIN your vote and support. imbrnreii the following described -
In the ofOkeiholiee
Mine of FloridaHi property County
ducted for profit are chargeable heavy reinforcements to Alaska Hut It 1IIIIIh.nnn.Jr"1I1 J'nmtwiI ((Paid Political Adv.) J. T. HANCOCK. Stale nf Florida to-wlt:

!at advertising rates. I though their precise extent Is, of I. Fund. Okieihol.ee, Ciiiintv. V I (Paid Political Adv.) I 11'or' liE',. of NEi/i L of 8W4.,
Florida 17.4IFKKS Set I'D. r"'|>. 37 Itge ;33, ContainIn
I course a closely-held military secret I %: n<.ren.
I V
If Japan could seize Alaskan TO THE CITIZENS OF I '---------- -- '1'he IINBI'Hciment nf lAid property nnih .
( AND INsPtCTORSOF 'r inlil Certiorate iMiied nan In the
PLEDGE TO THE FLAG OKEECHOBEE COUNTY
bases she would be in a position I I-LHTION; I Hume, itf II. M DoilxunInliaa .
"I pledge alliance to the Flat to carry the war directly to the'' N<>l lie |I. hereby !riven that In com RE-ELECT I cold C'ertlfliale ahall be re-
(illume with Section 3 of the I'nlled States of AmerIca continental United States. She I,lied .eneral LAot Florida 1027 I hereby annouce my candidacyfor LEX GREENCONGRESSMAN therein shall he sold to the

and to the Republic for must be prevented from doing that I The Hinrd nf (onnty Cnmmltiiloneri re.electlon to the office of i highest didder, nt the Courtbnuae doornn
of Okeei'hohee County Florida, bAl the first :Monday In the month of
which It Minds: One nation IneJMsiblf -at all costs! You can be certain ,, nppolnted the following pernoDi tflnervi I County Commissioner from Dis. iI flay., 11H.', which Ii the 4th day of

with liberty and Justice that come what may Alaska will IK 11I0IP..tnn, And Clerki and trict No. 3 and will appreciate your Slay. 1042.Dated' .
lii'piiu, Sheriffs) for each of the Klee I this Illith\ day. nf March 1942.
for not be another Pearl Harbor. lion Prwlmtn of Okeerhobec County. vote and support If I am reelect HOY It. HUI.ERSON.Clerk .

alt"I. V- Hiirlda. to nerve at tli," Primary EleC'tlnn ed I shall continue to serve In a Circuit Court ofOkeerhiihen
I to he held May d. 1D42Preilnit County, lorlda
I ELECTRICITY. INDUSTRY: No. I-Ft. Drum faithful and capable manner and < .Ir' nil Court Spoil 41.40V

OUR AID TO RUSSIA I There Is only one way possibleto Pilling Place I'Irhoolboll.e' working at all times for the best
Clt'rk--I.ilille Hmmnria
United Nations' grand strategy I obtain maximum production of Innpw.torn- Interest of the County. ,"OTJI t: OF THUD\PPLirTIONKll I

calls for maximum aid to the Soviet : electric power for the war effoitThat .tiiaper I rank I'ndgett I....., EARNEST HILLIARD Innn of 1D1J:

Union. As high American Navy I way lies in honest equitable Leonard MnrtlAn.J1PI'II"l1l1l1h (Paid Political Adv.) Notice It hereby given tbat I/.
Iniifwhuerilt. holder of Tax Certl-
'
and authorities have said cooperation between the private Inure. V
Army I n Unit) :.NOB 21U7 to 2170 Inc. Baaed
arms and other supplies for the I utility Industry and the various Precinct Pimp' No.P. C.t-handler BaaieitfcrPulling IlouecClerk ; tin "lib ilni.f'' Aiitiimt AD., I'l.'li. haaIllul .
FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER: mine In mv office hag made ap-
Russian hold a top place on the government power-producing agen- --Albert Lofton. 1.1I"Hlion fur a Tin bred to be issued
Inspector DISTRICT NO. 2
lend-lease schedule. cies. I thereon MId ('rrll fl"te enibram the
l.ilirnr 1'hn11iae.Alton I .
following described property In the
There are many good reasons : The government has built a number (Chandler Cnuntv nf Okeiihuhee State of Florida .

of great power dams in the Otli Chandler' I take this opportunity to an. to,nit::
,
why this should be so. Here are I Deputy-I A. !Smith
Ufa 1 In 4. Ine. Blk SW. City
Southeast. Far West the Middle- I'rr..Inrl N... 3-1'011"1 nounce that I am a candidate for
some of them: nf Okee<'hobeeI .
1. The Russians have proven : west and elsewhere Those dams Home Polling I'hii-e' Hubert Kanlerfnn reelection as County Commissioner .'I I In' imm nHinent nf mild property nndi .

Instances are I'h.rk-I.nllie naulerion. from District No 2. I will appreci. r sill' Ortlflinte Imnod WAS In the
can and in some '
] .
themselves miraculously good as nn' minf Jiimcn Eeatey E. D. Ed-

fighters. That goes for the civilians serving large Industries which have lpl'ton-lollle Smith, ate your vote and support STATI AT LARGE "'iilniiiffh' II. II indfrev and II. T _
I.IK'
Volt
who are carrying on guerilla located nearby. In other cases I I'r''uiiln Arnold.' C. F. WALKER BIMOCIATIC M.IMAIY MAY 141 1'111... sold tprtlneate ahall he re-
where the must be trans- Ralph Tyson, (Paid Political Adv.) deemed uuorillnit" to law property de.a'ribed -
warfare against the Nazis, as well I power In.,.,,, o'c'"rhpll1ormAn.: .
he coil the
therein shall to
mitted considerable distance the ...I" No. 4-0kIoh. V
as for regular Red army troops. a Pr in t blKlii-Ht bidder nt the Courtbouae dooron
best be done by Polling Plnoe. CourthoUM the first In the month of
Russian morale( despite the casual Job can usually Monday
('IPrk4'nselr. Kliniiioni FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER: : Corporal) David Cassels left Wed- MnI'M.', .', which in the 4th day ofMm
ties she has suffered Is said by all using the existing transmission facilities 1II."pl'lor.- 11142.hated .
Fart Benning.
DISTRICT :NO. 5 nescliv for camp at
.Tenon Morgan ;
to be exceedingly high The Rus- of private companies. When tile tat day nf April 1042
WIiRon Selph Oa., after spending several dan HOY It. HUIEHXO.N,
that Is doen there is no duplica- ...
,1i le
emotion Hunter
sian people's primary is Mr. and Mrs. I'lerk Circuit Court fOkeei
I here with his parents
one of Implacable hatred for the tion of lines and no waste of money 'IrpWV-Cnrllele, ThonnaTrerlnrt Beachfulling I hereby announce my candidacy 'Iniliee County t lorlda. .
No. rpthmrote for reelection to the office of D. W Ca&els limit loiirt Seal) 41,41
Germans-coupled with a grim determination materials and labor. The private Plme, .Iii, k homey vacant I I Conn. 0

to crush and destroy' industry has expressed Its c'h.rk-Sllt i house StniltonInnpeetom ty Commissioner from District No.5.

them. willingness to cooperate in this for Okeechobee County. I will ap. I

2. It Is likely that Hitler will attempt fashion time and again and to Iteece Will Vlniln Vpthegrove, predate the vote and support of set ,

a gigantic new attack on pass any savings effected on to the .VI I MI Anderson. everyone. M
Russia this attack I consumer. l><,pun'-Pnd FoulerI'rKlmt R E. (EDDIE) BASS I
summer-an I ...
.
whose objective will be to knockout I Unfortunately, there Is a group i Place No.. T. S-Eale M. Scott BarPolling Home (Paid Political Adv.) i -1 I1

Russia as a mllitaiy power and of, offclaJs.! with political power (I..rk-.T.. M Scott V I L >'
|IIHII i tornJohnnie .
free the Nazi legions for service I which wishes to use the government I woolham FOR COUNTY:: COMMISSIONER: ; ryt

elsewhere. Ruisla's ability to with- dams for a very dIfferent II I It. .!,'.rel. ?
DISTRICT :NO 3
Iloh Ightaey,
stand such an attack will be largely purpose. Their aim seems to be : I""ty-I'| C. Hancock I I r

dependent on the amount of ruthless destruction of the private I I'rerlni :S... T-<>keechobeColling .. .
''' I'liice, City: Hall a P
American equipment she receives. tlectiic industry They want to Clerk'nlter Gray I wish to announce that I am a ) As

3. Some experts are convincedthat make the production and I is,,i'otora- candidate for the office of Count
\erett: Johns, Commissioner from District No.3.
Hitler has the resources-men tlon of electric power a dlstrlbu'I! 'I Van Llghtiev,

and material both for only onemoie enterprise. That explains Miinln' Mohley.( ) for Okeehobce County in the Prt.
Iii,,pill yIt.. 111 11 m. Election to be held 5. 'f.
mary May
that mendous of tax are
really big offensive. If sums money C. F. WALKER.Chnlrmaa .
the construction of I Hoard of County I will appreciate the vote and sup
offensive can be broken they reason ring, used for ? ,
Comm tealoners. f ""ova J" eC e au
the Nazi regime will really be government owned distribution Okeeehobee Count, Florida port of everyone.

on the way to defeat. lines which duplicate and parallel I Attest -F. M MOBLEY 1rtq.9 p

4. The bulk of authorities still existing lines. That explains why (Scat ROY) H. n.4t'LERSON Clerk. (Paid Political Adv.) ..

think that the number one job of gigantic| quantities of such essen- VJ V J

he United Nations is the defeat of tial materials as copper and alumInum I J STili'i : l'IlWITr i <'01' liT or TUT FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER; : i

have been wasted. And that 1 I''SJ\TII i 11 IIlc'l i M. PIRCI'IT INANP i DISTRICT NO. 4 I
Germany and that other objec- : rou ol'UmCJlOJlEE cot'NTY, I ( --
tives must be considered secondary. explains why private utility expansion rioiinIN; \\"I; II\'. I hereby announce that I am a fl"II in

They feel that once Germany is has been held far below. nor- MIT 10 KIIKIO; MOKTi\.f candidate for the office of County
K I'. KM.M.x.; ; ( 0111 plHloHnl.
beaten or Is so weakened that she mal for many )'eal's. Investors I t". Commissioner from District No. 4

will no longer be able to fight an : fight shy of industries threatened I I II. i I; I nlllUHM.h TO it M'l'FH HI.| rvf,'mlmilNlirif I for Okeechobee county. I will ap. AIR

offensive war we can take care of : with government competition. IN TIM'; S.\ II-: (n' '1'1111I'l'n; : predate your vote and support.C Jeomkitl

our other enemies with far greater Writing in Public Utilities Fort- OK HI.llltllUlo : E. DRAWDY CONDITIONEDDependable 1
: n U rorilhain, na a direr'tor
certainty: of swift victory. nightly recently Herbert M. Brat I I and Irusiee of Fordluini & KirkInuil (Paid Political Adv.) .

.., illimiiheil, I lorldH( corrililenie
I lu'
There are of course many opposed : ter says "Warfare today depends n M. V
mrnllon. unknown' ; ,
aigumenU Some think that upon Industrial power which inurn I.. I iinlliiiin. Hi u ,lIr"nr andI FOR STATE DEMOCRATIC: EX.

Japan Is at the moment our num- : : depends en el ctrlc power not I I III"I r n MI"',ii' illKHuhi'il,,r Forilbinn Florida I A Kirkland';;inrponiI .. ECUTIVE COMMITTEEWOMAN: : :

ber one enemy and that aid to merely on numbers of men In uniform ,"?. n.eldnre. inikiiitnii : II. A. Service

Russia should be abandoned or ." Every power resource of Klikliinil, I. ii. u ilil'.HIT. and trim
I I Ire of I'urilliiini It l Klrkliinil, linen I I wish to announce that I am a
greatly lessened in order to give this country must produce to the II dl...iliid Klnildi, lorporntluiireiildi candidate for State Democratic Ex. Low Fares
eer.thlnlJe can produce andtransport limit if war demand is to be met. I nee unknown ;: All pnrtlei
\ ecutlve Committeewoman for Okee.
Induing linen li\ through nn
to United Nations' forces But that cannot be done if the H h: Kordham.iiMldenie I
der or iigahi chobee I will appreciate
county. Florida Motor Lines MAIN LINE to all Florida
Travel via
continue inrtleiliihiilng
in the Pacific But those who believe socialists are permitted to iiiiknoun : All | t
'. lull-nut, l h\ Ihioiigh. nil the vote and support of everyone
that are In the minority. solar their efforts to block private initiative ,der or ugiiliiHl M 1. L. rorilhinnrenlili I LUCILE S'FELLO.I and the North.

as Allied war councils are concerned ', which gave this country un- 'me" iiiikiionn ,, .Ml partli
(Paid Political Adv.. Northbound
I
I'lihnlng' Intiiim In, through 1111'I'.r
The men whose terrible qiesicned: world leadership In elec- in .until", It..t. Kirkliilul I V h. OKEECHOIEE . 0.40 AM 2:10: 'MAr.

responsibility it is to make fateful tilc development. .",.,. tiiikiiowii ;: .Ml ,piirtlei TAM A . IOllAM ASS PM Costs Less thin DlirlngAr. ?
I IIIIl in., iliilnilnir to hove any FOR !MEMBER BOARD PUBLIC AI' LAKELAND . 110' 10.1104 150 PM
decisions of grand strategy aren'tminimizing ilile. nr lntiiiHt In the INSTRUCTIONS: DISTRICT NO. 3l: ORLANDO . 1050041104 745 'M 0.. Sewed
Japan, but in their I property h..r"II'' di" ..'rlln-d, r.1 l Ar. JACKSONVILLE 1.11'1104 1145 PM Way Trip
o bin.. .. nn1''uow11 : Ar TALLAHASSEE 445'1104 12.5. AMA
minds, Germany is still the greater IJ F PVTYMLL SPE\K I It nipiurlng from I the pli'iidliik'i Hli'iIn I hereby announce that I am a ; LAKE CITY . 2.25 PM 1:10: AM MIAMI 3 2.10 1 3.10
JACKSONVILLE 4.10 LOS
HERE TOMORROW; MORN: tin iili.Hientitled mill that tinCoiiipliiliiiint eIv.OKEECHOIEE
danger OCLOCKAnnouncement herein Ii entitled to ai candidate for re-election as a member . 440 PM 1045 PM TAM'A. 2.30 4.15 ;
Can Russia keep on giving Hitler I I \T ELEVEN: order, uf PiiblliiilliHi. agiilinit' .'IIII. mi',,1 of the Board of Public Instructions A' JACKSONVILLE 3.45 AM LIIAM IAKILAND 1,90 3..5
It la tlirreiore. unlereiUnit ORLANDO 2,50 4.S0
of
than he sends? Men who i-nih yon
better made from District No. 3 for Okee- Ar JACKSONVILLE, TALLA
was ytster- I MIII. mid mill, of MIII,. Hr,' hereby l DIRECT CONNECTIONS TAILANASSII 1.5 10.20
are in a position to form accurate diu afternoon that B. F. Paty candidate riiiilnil| In Ills nllh I the I .b.rk of the chobee county in the May Primary. HASSff AND LAKE CITY WITH ORIrHOUHD LINES UU CITY r 4.23 7.15
judgments think she can The Rus- I I ,ilo\i I ""11110',1, Court your written appenrmiee Pea ALL POINTS HOIITH AND WIST. ATLANTA I.U 15.05
from this district If re-elected as a member of this
for Congress (II(,,''rOIl"lI, or biittnrne\'1 MACON 7.15 12.90
sian commanders have proven their would speak in the park here in. mid silt on the first Monilnt I Ii n joard, I promise the people of the Sufhboend-Ootng' VAtDOn" s S.U '.'S

abilities Stalin has proven him- I morning at 11 o'clock..ITTENTION : Milt, 11M.\ little' lnlliK. the 41 II. ,III)' o f rounty that I will continue to giver h.OKEECHOIEE . 440 PM 10.45 PM IIRMINOHAM '.SO 17.10
:narrow ale nil)
nld mouth' mid tl..r."ft" tu A' MIAMI . 150 PM 230AM NEW OlltlANS 11.20 20.20
self a man of extraordinary vision V all lil ('JI'k .Miur' nillten dcfeneee. I them the same service in the future CHICAGO 1I.OS' 32.S0

and military Judgment The Rus- I : ALL EX-N\\Y: MEN: ant, to thin. Hill of (oiiipliiliit,, li\In add bin. as I have in the past. Rdureing' NEW YOU CITY 1'.00 2S.IOLu.
prerrtbed
still ill Un lime MIAMI . 1000AM 200AM
sian ched-earth policy has paid Herein full .nor oi. judgment, wll: In P W. J. THOMAS. Ar.OKEECHOIEE . 2.10 PM '.40 AM &
much of the Russian "II\1'r,1' ngnliixt. lea liiliCuiili" \ \
dividends
Enlistment of "broken' service iinlered that till ori'i (Paid Political Ad v.)
I It +
territory in German possession is men who have been discharged un- .r sitflirt "piihUnliid nine em II WIH-!k V
as so much sand. I, for four NI) eonaeiiitUe '\l 'kI In Thi T. H. NIX, Agent, STANDARD OIL SERVICE STATION
as non-productive i uin r'i -le conditions Is modi- "I r'OR MEMBER BOARD PUBLICINSTRUCTIONS
OKeeiliobee :New'a iiewipiipi\
I
There seems little question but fled as follows: Men may re-enlist general circulation, Ill klihed III Okien : DISTRICT NO. IiI :

what a consdlerable part of the In the regular Navy whose previous I ,,role i t MI''holm. I ''iiiintPii'Hil.l, tt( )
Tliu' relief iniivlit III' tin ulinte in
"ower of the German army has perished service. plus their age now does ,titled null I.l In fnrei.low iiiiiitgngi take this opportunity to announCe -

on the bleak Russian earth. .. .xteed ;0 years. I' erlultinile'gels' \ 't tin Inlliuliig mid Mug, ibmrlbed In Okiiiliobni plop-. that I am a candidate for iiiffli

Good soldiers, unlike tanks and For exampl If a man who is 41 I i '; "I'd. rliln Hi wit : re-election as a member of the

planes and ships, cannot be swiftly .t'S ? d hi; previous naval service I ,I ni 1 >l\ III't' l 'I 1'wa''t to''' Okieehobeu ,it'loi 1.. Board of Public Instructions from
)
.
,
ulhnintldltloli'
-" Nor?" '
replaced. The Russians claim that of five years, he would be eligible I t'loildii. miilliig, to 1,1 it District No. 1 for Okeechobee CounlY _

they have destroyed a whole gener- under this new ruling for re- of o"hl101111"" ri-rordiMl In the in the May Piimary. I have
olli of Hie Clerk lit the (In''nil
ation of young German men i, ..iinctit in tlu iejuUr Navy and i null, i.,I' til."r'rhulnTf'in'ny, t lor served as a member of this board

V hU previous service would be cred- Jut... Iii l"nt II.. .. '. i. imge' 7 : mid for the nearly fcur years and if re-
for ",''''rill n lief.IIMxs .
As ChuichlU: Roosevelt and ited to him for longevity pay service \\' : ; my liiiiid and' the .enl ul f elected to this office I will continueto I

months ago and for computing service to. I add. uurt. lit Okeei.lioliee.' I Iktei.hohi'iIniiiity to give the people of the county the II
other leaders forecast I I'linlibi' title JUt day ", II I
Japan continues to win successes 'N'1 cmnsier to the Fleet! Reserve. Ma nh. AH., IIH. same fair and impartial consideration a
i I
V ism It. II.\I'I.F.IISIIS. in the future that I have 1 Ir
fall of Bataan _
in the Pidftc. The fleik' nf I.'In lilt Ciilllt. !
was a blow to the United Nations FCR SALE-Blcysle in good condition ilTreitlt Com rluil, ) the past.

It will release great numbers of wIth g+'od tires $20. Apply I Error H. .\\'lIIe., W. H. HARDEN.
I'mil WuiigrwV,
va.on'1Jap\ : troops for; flzhtlng in at News office. 4J Mollillura for IJiMipliiliiillit. 41t:S (Pail Political! Adv.) j

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The 'Chobee Bugler I NURSING United -States CONSULTANTSThe :Civil Service Gilbert Theatre 4


Comtasion announced today the OKEECHOBEEPROGRAM

need for additional public health

nursing consultants In Federal war

FOR A GREATER OKEECHOBEE HIGH SCHOOL work Three higher grade posii FOR WEEK ENDING
i tlons were added to the nursing
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-- -- consultant positions lor wnicn the < IV i u ov

I 'CHOBEE BUGLER STAFF Ya know, Eva Louise Is mighty I been Ip-al id were: The; gopher Commission has been accepting ap-

I patriotic. She says she's gwlne to : wild duck, ("Major Bowes') porku- plications. Salaries now range from

EDITOR ....................... .............. .... .. ...................... ... .. WINIFRED CROUCH sen' Hardy to the Navy. Now Is pine, gila monster, red fox, alligator $2.600 to $3,800 a year. Wide latitude FRI.! & SAT.

ASSISTANT EDITOR .. .............. .. JUNE CHESHIRE she doing that for her country, or i I I armadllla (grave robber), a in planning and carrying out

BUSINESS MANAGER ... ............. .. ....... ... .. ALICE DONALDSON I so's she can go with that cute boy wolf-dog and an ant-eater nursing and nursing education programs Double Feature

SPORTS EDITOR ..... ... .......... .. ............... ... .. MARY MCLAUGHLIN I she was with this week-end? I Tuesday afternoon Mr. Donaldson is given appointees In the nAY
LtW AVRES LORRAINE
higher grades There will be no
CLASS EDITOR ...... .. .......... ...... ................... . LILLIAN LEITNER Doris Thomas sure is looking entertained us during the ECA :
home First he told Illustrated written test qualifications being -In-
CLUBS EDITOR ... .. .............. .. .. ESTELLE SANDERFUR happy this week since Pete's period. us an judged solely from review of the
'from the Bible story. After our daily a "Dr. Kildare's
SPECIAL EDITORS... .. .. LAVENA HARDEN, MOLLY BOWDEN Army. I experience education and trainingof
he number
_. .. Cleo Evans Jest haunts that post- devotion drew for us a
----- ----- I applicants. Wedding Day"also
office to hear from her 'Army boy, of cartoons, which were enjoyed by

Junior-Senior Banquet Leslie or Alice second choice, or was as she calls him. Ah hopes she aIL Consultant will be appointed In .-

it a business' proposition? Anyhow, hurries and gets a letter. V the U. S Public Health Service 3 MESQUTEERSIn:

what difference does it make? a Lawsy, It beats all how time flys. A RHYME Federal Security agency, and also

That big event every junior and good time was had by all : I'se got to stop now. 1'1.be seein'ya In the Children's Bureau, Depart- -

senior, and even every teacher, Say I almost left out the faculty -. ment of Labor. Registered nurses "SADDLEMATES"SUN.

looks forward to every year hap- and other Invited guests: Mr. Dur- Yours-"Patch." A ttsket, a tasket, who have completed 4-year college -
Put Hitler in his casket,
pened last Friday. The Juniors as rance, the Junior sponsor, wore the y Smash that mean, course with one year's special & MON.
hosts were dressed In their most formal white coat and dark trousers program of approved study In pub-

elegant outfits-treated the seniors while Mrs. Durrance looked P.A.L. PARTY Old Mussolini; lic health nursing, graduated from DOROTHY LAMOVR: JON lULL

faculty and other guests with a I very lovely in yellow chiffon. Mrs. The men, the boss, an accredited school of (nursing i -In-
treat like horses-
They us
most enjoyable banquet at the Wo Dixon, senior sponsor, wore an attractive The PAL club had a party at with a daily average of 100 or more
They feed us lean 'Aloma of the South Seas'also
man's club evening dress with a big- the home of Carol and Susan Han- bed patients, and had general pub-

The theme was "Pa r1otlsm." flowered skirt and a green-fitted cock on Friday, April 17. Punch And treat us mean; lic health nursing supervisory experience -

The room was decorated with red'i waist with appltcaded flowers to and cookies were served and games Then they double-cross us. may apply. Additional News and "Marth: of Time"
I Seventh Grade Girl.REP .
white and blue streamers of crepe match the skirt. She made the were played. We also enjoyed some -By a credit is given for the completionof

paper, flags, and all kinds of beau I I dress to prove to the senior girls dancing games, certain college: courses and for Special

tiful flowers be- that dress W. J. 1IENDRY appropriate experience as instructor Defense Trailer 'Tanks'
spring with roses an attractive evening The club members present were:

ing the most. dominant. I i,I could be made for a nominal cost, Polly Oay, Jo Ann, Ernestine, Dor- il ATTENDING GRAND: consultant, or Investigator. For

The tables carried out the theme :i and we feel sure she won a victory, othy. Susan, and Carol. LODGE THIS WEEK positions in the Children's Bureau

with the most attractive programsand | because she really looked lovely The Invited guests were: Beverly additional progressive experienceIn WED. THURS.

place cards combined in | The other faculty members present Mack, Bill Williams, Mike Bar- I. Representative! W. J. Hendry left specialized fields of maternal or :\I.RTII.S'OTT

"Uncle Sam's Top Hat. The fav i and the homeroom mothers lookedso ber, TSnookie" Watford, "Raulle" Tuesday for Jacksonville where he child health is required for the top -In-

ors were led, white and blue ships lovely that they could hardly be Raulerson, J. D. Stewart, "Tex" has spent this week attending the grade, and may be substituted fora

loaded with toasted butter pecans, { distinguished from the Juniors and King, Teddy Tlnberg, McKlnster II annual meeting of the Grand part of the general experience "Cheers for Miss Bishop"DISNEY

and the seniors' ships flew high the seniors Roe and Charles Cornelius. Lodge of Masons, which has been prescribed for the other grades. -also.-

American flag. Oh yes even the I May we quote Mrs. Hunt and say, I All had a grand time and left in In session there during the week. The Commission announced also CARTOON:

napkins were red, white and blue. I "We wish that every Junior and happy spirits. I Mr Hendry is Worshipful Master that positions of Assistant Finger- --.

Not only the decoration was patriotic senior Could stay as pretty and Polly Gay, Reporter.. .I of the local lodge and went there print Classifier, $1.260 a year. will COMING-

but so was the programs, I happy as they looked at the \>an- I I as representative of this lodge be filled in the Bureau of Navigation -

which were presented so success- quet." GIRL SCOUTSThe I Navy Department, Washington "Lady for a Night"

fully as follows, with Clyde Dur- I VATTENTION I! ALL FLORIDA TURNING D.C. and possibly in the War "Tom, Duk and Harry"

rance, president of the junior class, I i TOWilBUR department and other agencies In
Girl Scouts met at the < .. .... ..... ..... ,, ........ .
acting as toastmaster. Washington. Applicants must have .:.,;..:..:..:,.:.:.: : : : : : : : : : : : :"" .
Methodist church annex Tuesday
Invocation-Rev. D O Alderman. I I C. KINGOf been instructed in the Henry system -
at 7 We went on a hike last
i Sales for War Saving stampsweren't pm.
Group song "The StAr Spangled [ of fingerprint classification and
earlier
1 Saturday A few girls went
Banner. quite so high this week as lUrdee County have had at least 3 months of experience -
American Creed-Tiny Watford. i I they have been. We hope they're than the others and "blazed the I In classifying, searching,
trail." Fun was had by all. Then The Producers' Candidate For Sunrise TheatreFORT
Welcome Address Clyde Dur- going to be much better each week. I and filing fingerprints under the
served-We
Tare. April 10High a good lunch was I Henry system. Proof of experiencemust

. Response-Leslie Cheshire I School $ 9.90 cooked it. : RAILROADCOMMISSIONER be shown. Perfect vision Is PIERCE
to
Next Saturday are going
A Tribute to the Seniors Mrs. Elementary School 15.35 necessary, because of the severe
I have a cake raffle. Each person U
April l'J.High -
Dhton. I cvesirai i involved A practical: test
going to have 20 "chances" to selLaid
Remarks Mr Donaldson, Rev.Myer School $4789 will he given on the Identification Today & Saturday
sell
will
Mayor Raulerson. Elementary School 23.35 w| hope everyone ct baste fingerprint patterns and
their numbers. (Against Jerry Carter Group 2) Double FeatureDOROTHY
Trio, "I Am An American"Sylvla Please try to bring your money 1 classifications under the Henry
Snell Betty Barber Molly Bowden
(Note: These girls would put are sold-and buy all you can I increasing I the importance of this Commission For both of these positions no \ IIOLDENIn
I The cake raffle kill be Saturday j which deal.ltb RATES anilSFRVICES
the "Andrews Sisters" to shame- \7 B BTILTH age limits have been set Applications -
night at 7:30: in front of the Drugstore of Railroad Trucks, -
s thanks to Mrs Lowe) COLUMN'I will he accepted until! the
The money we make win be Buses and
1'io Toast to the Seniors-Juniors. I Telephones needs of the service have been met, "THE FLEET'S IN"also
Used to fix a permanent Scout
Toast to the Juniors-Seniors. up and must be filed with the Civil I
I 24, 1942 I room. Don't fail to buy several 2. PRODUCERS (they pay the -
. :' Junior Class song-Juniors. Dear "Tatchle"First ,- "chances" on our cake. I freight NEED KING. An Active Service Commission, WashingtonDC. THREE ;MESQUTEERS

Senior Class song-Seniors. of all, Ise gw ine to tell Be seeing I Farmer Citrus Grower, Merchant .
you-
.: 'God Bless Amerina:1: I The Commission has also an -in-
, Group song I you a new motto which Dozier and Ooodbje "Bubby" -HE Is the man to give Producers'

M'IIiaI FlagSalUte __ Haynes use. Hyar It Is: "The rest V representation and fight for Rate nounced closing dates for the re, "Code of the Outlaw"
"" Benediction lof Reduction-which will I leave celpt of applications for HomE
I the boys find the girls-and we more -
A.
.. P. T.
T' v catch 'em." Pretty slick, eh? money In Producers' pockets and P "11-rlst. any specialized field) & MondayS
Sunday
'WHO'S WHO'Did Mildred Morgan Is very Indiffer- bring more Industries to our State effective April 21. and for Indus

ent to the harms of all these Thursday April 16, the ParentTeachers' trial Specialist, effective April 30'. Sl1ERID.tNROBERT
association held its reg- T.! THE PEOPLE NEED .\ HGIIT- Full Information as to the requirements .
COIMINGSROLD; ;
hadpeept'd school boys lately and from all the '
you know that If you business meeting J mile! has his
fought
ular monthly way by for these examination S
In the Woman's club last I symptoms it 'pears as though L. M REAGAN
After a short business meeting the : Haul Work (Common 1-nse and und application forms may be ob'
would have Raulerson might be to blame for -In"KING'S -
FrIday night you A.O. club had charge of the pro- Persistence. OF the people, he Is talneJ jn>ia the Secretary of th

thought you were in New York CityIn ihiiThere's been discussion giam They gave a little skit, "De- I ion the Jlt'ople-ASD HE DOES Board of U. S. Civil Service Exam: ROW"

the Rainbow club? quite a fense In the Home:' The first scene i XT SIRREM1EK! iners a*, 'he post office or customhouse '
Now if jou'll Just lend us your I as to who Laurence Reeves' girlfriend
ear, well give you a little "im de Is this week. You know. he was a fashion parade, and which attractive 4. HIS ENTIRE RECORD I Is one of n any city; which has a pos: Tuesday & Wednesday
showed how Inexpensively second-class
oil!he of the first 01
dope" on this affair: I just can't rest less'n he changes his Unselfish Public Service, Soberness,
could be made at GEORGE BRENT
dresses : or from bid Unit".1 l fta'er CivlService j
Well begm with the toastmaster, girls weekly. models : Fairness, Honesty and Courage.
home. Those acting as Commission Washington JOAN RENNET
The Mr Clyde Durrance, who was I If Ise In Robert's place I shoreI'ouldn't
Prances (IKnlgUt. Lillian
si e: 15. tS \ILRO\D COMMISSIONER : : : D.C. -In"TWIN -
formal white '\ trust n'v girl quite so
dressed In a most
I Walker Mildred Morgan, Mary he "ill be on (he job for the V
ccat and dark trousers, escortingthe much, cause It seems as though Ce- I BEDS"with
Jane Whidden,
Robinson Betty CARD Ot THINKS
people-and promises that, while In
lovely Miss Nettle Pearl Rigs- 'Betty Sue and Bobby got along Cheshire :
Doris
cilia Clements that office he ,,11SOT for -
of the most fine in the show Saturday night{ run
:bee, who wore one Fashion"was
Ruth Simons. and "Dame any other. W wish to extend our thanks t) IIISII.l'ER
beautiful frocks of the evening-a without any help from Robert .
: Marie Walker, and Betty Ma- he people o' Okeechobee for th
gorgeous pnlk. taffeta (David should "Buddy" Knight is shorely gladto the 6. Thru OLD friends and NEW
son played piano. kindnesses bestowed upon us during
her). Clyde 'and Pearls hear that Virginia is back in e ThursdayBARGAIN
have seen The second seine was a store ones, sold on his merits our trouoles caused by th
beginning, but others were school. I'se been wwiderin' Jest
a good scene. First we saw a "scatter- death of brother, Roux Stan
Just as handsome and pietty. Alice which Virginia he means, though.Is brain" housewife buying groceries, ](I KING IS IN: FRONT! |Iley. our DAY22C
chiffon dress It Virginia or Virginia Car
:Mack Mary
In
a stunning wasting her time and money, and I lie Will Deeply Appreciate M!. and Mrs. Bob Stanley
escorted by Leslie, who wore con belt? wasting the clerk's time. Then we |I I'O'R VOTE AND: ACTIVE And Family
trasting coat and trousers (of Haynes Williams and Doris Cheshire I
saw the efficient and clever housewife SUPPORT V MOTOR :McLAGLEN:
course, Betty's only a soph and cant resist the temptation of her groceries. She 'nllllrill, .,,11 I'lilil( ,
purchase tin II) frl( 'i.u Subscribe For The New EDMUND: : LOWE
the ,
whether i
'was walling. :tables and Chester, playing "Postofflce" Iriew exactly what she wanted and
the banquet rest of the people present at par- I -in-
not being Invited to what she wanted to pay for it In '
attended the mole) The popularJoe :Ies play it or not 'his way she saved her time and. "Call Out the Marines"also
escorting Molly, who looked That Frances Knight shore is
money, and made It lots easier for 1 -
very charming in her orchid organdy fickle. She Jest won't make up her the clerk. I II I '

while Oerald and Kat.hryn.a I mind tvjCn/' Kennt,:h ori Henry The program was concluded with LORETTA YOUNG

F steady couple, looked their very I Walker a dialogue on an experiment heldin d' P ED HAMILTON RKHVRD GREENE

nicest. Some of the Juniors had Some mention was made last the Home Economics department -In-
''week of Lillian's "dream boy." He k ;vi Tp CONGRESS "KENTUCKY"IN
'I' which determined the proper diet
preparation wouldn't, by some trick of fate, be I ,,
for the average Individual. l-ptftth Congressional District TECHNICOLOR
their spirits beauty 'I going with Peggy Watford, .would V :

the sky. The lovely Oveda was escorted '''he? I CHAPELTuesday -/rlf you',want aggrtsuv ?*ction for +************* :***: : : : -

by handsome Bobby (say, I'se been worrying quite a bit''bout x SouthftoricU in th NitionV .
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this is a secret, bat we think, they I where Dozler's new girl friend ..Dtftnst Program.
+ made a handsome couple). Perllee lives. I'se received some real dark I morning we had a treai ..: ..:..:..:..:..:..: ??

locked at happy as could be with i hints about It, too, but I won't I brought to us In the form of a TUNE Y Y 0

; Gilbert as her escort (Note: We print them here. small traveling zoo. This show was IN ON WQAM FRIDAY EVENING
I educational and entertaining. Someof 9:15 TO B.-3O : K. STELLO :f
thinks it's
thought she was Joe's girl), We j Richard Hunt pretty III.P2'I'U I
can't leave out the secretarytreasurer -'hard to decide between two slch the animals we saw that had 1W.1.k'

of the Junior class (guess who) pretty gals as Jean Drawdy and X f Registered Real Estate Broker ;:t;;

-He escorted the president of the Mary Ellen Walker. $ <.**:.
sophomore girls (guess again). She Virginia Parkerson shorely is :
I little Pertlvent I :j|; REAL ESTATE AND JX
was very pretty In a simple blue I popular with that Billy THIS IS NO TIME TO SWAP EXPERIENCE AND :

4 ta !'ta. Believe me. it was a treat lately. INSURANCE .
to feast your eyes on the attractive Here' a little note I thought you :j:

June in her adorable white dotted !, might like to read: : PROVED ABILITY FOR INEXPERIENCE I > .1..:. ":..:..:,.:.

iwls trimmed in red, and her 'Dear Mildred : I y .

handsome escort, J. T. They were Do you want to play tennis i ::1: Okeechobee, Fla. :
and A, W. (if For Railroad CommissionerGroup XI
f really a handsome couple. with me and J. P. .:..:..:..:..:..;..:..;..:..:..:.. :..:..:..:......;..;..;..;..:..:...
Lucky for 'Granny" that Bessie she will)? I'm sorry about Friday ( One) I

Lou was not a Junior or senior, because night, but It wasn't my fault or my

John escorted her, and they dca. It was J. P.'s, and we were Vote Re-elect
(to IIIIIIIllIIllIIlIIllIIllIIlllIIllllllllllIIllIIllmlllll/ll! / 11lIIINIII0111111111111
fun weren't we?
:c.ej: !lice they really: had a good Just having '

.' time Now Damon leeked very nice I Yours truly-Junior Q. EUGENE S. MATTHEWSHe LET US PRINT
his last name, but
tag at the banquet and quite happy II won't put

soph waitress, tat you guess at that! ; pause I'ma.ines
with Sylvia a YOUR NEXT ORDEROF
afterwards. Have they made up?) >ou-all knows him well.' has a long record of able and efficient service as Railroad COlli-

j' Let me tell you about that good- You just otter seen all the boys missioner and his broad knowledge of transportation and communication

looking bunch of waitresses who and girls at the banquet. It was problems is needed in these critical times. His re-election is of first

j were: Juane'.l Betty Mae, Phyllis, some pretty sight. Sllvanus Harden importance to the State Vote for him and urge your friends and

I Sylvia and Betty. Of course, I was escorting Jean Lee; Bobby acquaintances to do likewise. COMMERCIALPRINTING

for Juanell | and Oveda were together; Joe and
"Porky" was waiting I I POII.I: l advcr' lor of
oodles of others. \.mnt paid bjr wpporttn EugiM S. Matttow)
"; and Maron for Juanita. David for | Molly; and Just

Leslie for Betty, and Ches- Shore wish you'd been here 'cause _. .
Phyllis, ---- --- M
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ter took Leslie's banquet date. Was the eats shore was good. 111I111I111111I11IIIIIIIIIIIIIFRIDAY /!


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rs I gets up courage enough to oppose
= I a member of Congress. with all the 1 >r From where I site I

i "He Brought Over One Hundred : start.cards stacked against him from the I .

== I
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j Million Dollars To Your District"DISTRICTWIDE VTsLZ I II I PersonalThe I 4 ,ay Jc. ::1 ,


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many friends of W. B Har- Every: Friday night a fcnch of ui "'m mightn't! think that 'fast
== =-=- 1 graves are glad to know that hei fellow get together over at Bill seinn' and talkln would be M
-- I i has so far Improved In health since Webster's place W. wouldn't mill much fun But it Is. Particularlywhen
ACTIVITIES ] his operation several weeks ago those weekly get-logethere for any a man begins to get around
I that he Is again able to be out I thing. to the age of reason. Like ae.S .

I -o- There art seven In the ft'oup-
e e
ra 7 Gordon Dixon of New Port Rlch- Bill Webster, Judge Cunningham
.- ey spent several days of this weekIn Pete Swanson, Old Doe MeGinnU And it's wonderful how a few
ssiEY Okeechobee visiting Mrs. Dixon the dentist, and young Doc Mitch glasses of good beer help bring out
:
-0- ell the M.D., the government man good talk and good sense when
Paul Wongrey left last Fridayfor Cob Newcomb, and myself. men get together. There's something *
peaceful and friendly and
Camp Blanding, where he Is *
human about beer that brings out
.-..-. stationed In the United States We don't play cards. We don't the best in a man.
army. Mrs. Wongrey accompaniedhim tine or carryon.
j DEFENSE APPROPRIATIONS i there and remained a few days We just sit quietly and talk They call"beer the "beverajre of
-- before returning to her home here. moderation. That "moderation"i
.:1 I and drink a glass or two of beer?
;=" : Navy .. ..om. $ 21,933,736 -o- i is good philosophy maybe
mo. .m. i I guess we discuss just about that's why good beer and good]
E Army 18,248,000 Gilbert Culbreth spent Tuesdayand
-' everything under the sun-politic, UluvMbip! en together so well.
[ Housing FHA, USHA, Defense Housing 51,971,724 ;4 to Wednesday business In Miami attending I business, family affairs, nut-1' e
I farming, hunting, fishing, and
:; Rivers and Harbors .. 10,000,000 :.; -0- I I what not. Seem to me there ought to be

Airports __ ...Uhu.om.- 2,458,000 Marvin Wilson has returned to I But mostly we like to chew the mare of this quiet talk oirr a glass
Migratory Labor Camps ( Five Projects) 1,500,000 the Norfolk Va. naval base after I fat about life's experience ar.vi. a cl beer. It sure straightens. out a
spending In
several days Okeechobee -
in his
lawn thinking.
man's philosophy in these times
_. Post Offices on Eligible List and other ;: with his parents. Mr. and Mrs. I
= Anyhow, men ought to get together -
s; Buildings .-. 210,000 E. J. Wilson. and be friends. That' the
To sort of help out the conversation -
Sp Everglades Fire Control .. .. u. 150,000 ; Bill Bowden, -0-who Is employed by we' e found mellow beer particularly way we were made Why not try it
often all of
mure 10u780e
15::: Aid to Farmers (Direct Aid ) Soil Con- ;;; the United States Sugar corporation .I relating. Every one of us
likes the tangy taste of beer...
: servation Benefit Payments $811,577. := at Clewlston, Is spending this
I
and now and then Judge Cunningham 1t
E: Freeze Relief Loans and Grants := and week Mrs.here Basil with Bowden his parents and ,family Mr. I Insists on ale for everybody : (

;::. $200,000.. ...hO __.._ .__ ..m..m___.._. ._ 1,011,577 -.:: I
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= I I
Ia Mrs E. M. Meserve and mother I No. 37 Series FounJalb
$107,383,037 = of a Copyright, 1942. Brewing Industry .
I Mrs. Peter Raulerson, were visit I II
I ors In Fort Pierce Tuesday.
: ': ==
=:-! == I -0- THOUGHTS TO TIIIVK ON: while our actions tell quite an-
= Mr and Mrs R. E. Hamrlck Jr. other story.
.----- are the parents. of a sevenpoundboy
.
13p 1. Do not think !too much about 6 The man who knows what
born yesterday at Miami. your own life. Make up your mind work he wants to do in life, and

= -0- | as to what you want to do with makes preparation for that work

County Commissioner E. J. Wil- jour life, of course; but learn to should achieve success. He will
Re-elect Your son and Mrs. C. B. Duffey were think of others and to see how you not get into a "blind alley."
Congressman visitors in Miami Wednesday afternoon I can help.

where they went to get the : 2. If you want to grow In the U

-- body of Roux Stanley, who died power to do things find work to
FI PAT CANNON in that city Wednesday morning. j which you can give your best

-0- thought and effort. Study It until

1 An eleven-pound son was born II'j you know all you can about It-
STAND BEHIND THE MAN WHO IS DOINGA early this morning to Mr. and Mrs. I' then study It some more.
Robert Hubbard. Mrs 3. This Is the day for me to do BUY
= A JOB IN THE MIDST OF A CRISIS Barney .
-- Blum is the nurse in charge and I things, not next week or next year
== == Dr. Alsobrook was the attending I must do that which needs to be I UNITED
physician. done, and do It in the very best !
:: : way I can. STATES

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City Clerk Alma Sherman and I j each day's work that I must try to BONDSAND
mother, Mrs. J. S. Underhill, were I i excel. Let others use quick evasion

unlimited quantities from the government visitors spending the day In Punta if they want to do so. I must lift STAMPS
I printing office, with envelopes Oorda Tuesday. They were accompanied -I my work to a high plane and hold r
r ii included, for much less I home by Mrs. William it there
Should You To T
Pledge Help
- r than any commercial printer could, Alderman, who is spending a few I 6. The "big" thing in life is whatwe
produce them, and then have them days here before returning to her do, not what we say. Our words
folded addressed, stuffed and delivered home in Deland. may be Just from the lips out.
WASHINGTON, D O-The following table !issued by the Treasury I through the malls all at ..
hutmemt 1* Intended a* a savings yardstick for the average Income public expense.

earner It suggests how everyone of the 48,000,000 "Representative Vlnson's 1942 I VSoil," .., ..-.. ''' """ .!"il'S- "-GL.'C; ; : j.gr.: ". M nn. ;."".>' [m.r.L'' :i"!!!i..r.. ........."....ILICTy. .- .. fll1Y -5iI. ,. '<.'>a1fi.
employed person in the United States may partlcU 'speech' about the Hon Lex Oreen t "
pate In the war effort! through the systematic purchase bears a startling resemblance to .

of Defense Sayings Bonds 'speeches' in praise of this same ,
; "The Job ahead of us is far bigger than moet of \D Floridian which have been put Into I "

.rrealize," Secretary Morgenthau declared in making the appendix by other members i This ; Election
e of the House In other election Congressional is
rC i=i the table public "I know that the American peopleare fi
ready to do their part to win the war. One of the jears fi
ways we can do much more is by intensifying our "On March 26. 1940 nine pages

effort! la the purchase of Defense Bonds." on Congressman Green's record M IMPORTANT TO YOUPLATFORM fij

While persons without dependent may be able tlet > I I were Inserted by RepresentativeJed On'I I': ti tiI
l Johnson of Oklahoma. [
aside more than the suggested figures, persons j
with several dependents, or with other heavy family April 28 1936, six pages by Repre-I
obligations, may be unable to lave at the sug-g81Me4 tentative Richards of South Caro- 1 i.I i.
'' rate, the Treasury Department pointed out lina. On April 18. 1934. five and I
one-half pages by the late Repre- I I rj rjI'I
sentative Jos. W. Bums of Tennessee
And III One NumWr off
11 w..l1, On havMBuhV.'oekl Tear He .rsoni in Luch Tolal AII1u",1, and so on back thrcuih the
It,,,Ia,. Ant WIIIi.1' Income G.. ip| tavingsi: blennlums. Ivh
IS la 110 4'1.' :1 411,00 a,a.<,ooo $13212009 I'I' ((1)) )I. An all-out united effort to 81 Pensions and assistance to
to 111 >!U 2500 4.u76 1)04 1..!\I,.850.009 "To be sure, Mr. Green has
to tiO .It U.OI 470.000 113830009 grown In statue ar\d his legislative Fb win the war as soon as possible t t'< to II* nOI 10,71'.(01) C98.(55.009
to 140 1.21: 1040 7,774,000, 808496009 Interests have changed. He has using all necessary means available <9i' The securing of war M
6o 80 too toso B7": the chairmanshipof
)0 10 eo '.01 11304 .Ob'(.009 1188184009lui up n
10 10 '.00 41 .09 12.1 I 'HIO I .Olid.009 the Committee on Disposition of the toes of those with selfish perul"l'sqlol1al District':
to 880 too &20.01 ISl'OOD 678.080.009 sonal Interests: '10' Expansion and Improvement
to 1100 lOt Ill.Ol >109 929.U6.000 Useless Executive Papers and now .
to I HO 0, 1.040.00 i.o..! "U04 ),,loISeO.oot heads the Committee on Territories. (2). Unalterable opposition to o! harbors in this Congres-

One to U lOt Of _...01_ .1,120.0'...._ 6.6,000 8"1 000 t.000 642860.009,000.009 He has become, as Representative pensions or pay Increases for Consionnl: Dlrtrlct and of the FloildaInland
s_ I gressmen Senators; Navigation Canal
Vlason proclaims, an inde- ;
<1"1":',. a "'U1OOO |10,2UM1,00 (3)( ). The complete separation of 111)). Unalterable opposition to
leader effort
ft ___ ....._ 80-4,41 I "s. lam Moo DM-.1I spensable Instead of merely of an the advocate war of the Legislative, Executive and Ju the proposed cross-State canal:

the Florida ship canal and other ." dlclal branches of the government but for the Improvement at present I I
New Deal benefits to the under- as provided by the United States cro, -8Iale water facilities;
privileged."But Constitution; 111)) Full measure: of justice and I '
all the 'speeches' about him ((4)), Unalterable opposition to the generosity for all war veterans who >
delegating and transferring: to have suffered cr will suffer disability ,
agree that It would be a stunningblow
Too Late to Classify to the nation if Oreen should others of those powers and duties or disease caused or resulting r
fall to return to Congress, and all vested In Congress by the United front actual service In time of war; .
States Constitution, and otherwise ."
Include an address delivered in \l ((13)) Federal beautification and
1916 by the la.te Speaker Champ : by law; widening of Federal Highways
By RUSSELL KAY Clark an since printed approxi- (5). The limitation of profits in when the war Is won and money f' i iI
mately 1,500 times in the Congres- I' war Industries for the duration of for same Is available; .
the war to a maximum of six (14). An '
sional Record about 'how a representative's per Immediate and drastic
Terming the voters "poor fish," I' livered In the House or anywhereelse. usefulness to his district cent of actual Investment; reduction of governmental expenditures I. ,
'E. A. Evans, writing in the Washington 'I It got Into the Record grows with each extra term he U I (6)( ), More migratory farm labor other than for war purposes Jo'
Dally News, tells how certain I through the privilege, enjoyed by sent back to Washington'. er's facilities as a means of aidingFlorida and defense by abolishing useless .J
congressmen make a practice every member of House or Senate, "Reprints from the Record may I farmers and growers, rath commissions and offices, consplidat- f..!
of propagandizing themselves at of 'leave to extend remarks'. be purchased by congressmen eitheron er than an expansion of housing ing departments and bureaus and
the expense of the taxpayer at the I I Printing the Record costs about sheets Identical In size with the facilities In competition with prleliminating extravagance; -j
approach of each election. $45 a page. The taxpayer, there- Record itself or In printed pamphlet I vate ownership, and elimination ((15)). A general return of the I
Taking Florida's Hon. Lex Green fore, are stuck 202.50, but that'sonly form. For an 8-page reprintthe now and after the war of all Sap'government to the people, and con i-
as his "horrible" example, he tells'I'I a starter government printing office anese labor, and restriction of omtinued opposition to the trend of ]
how the "boys" up In Washington i|I "Now that the Hon. Lex Oreen charges 23.58 for the first 1,000 I frshlp In land American citizens bureaucratic rule by the Federal

"scratch each other's backs," using](I has led the way, as he has for so copies and S4 85 for each thousand only; government In matters pertaining 1 j,,
their free mailing privilege and many years, the Record's appendix thereafter up to 40000. (7). The lifting of sugar producsolely to State's rights, as well as "
other advantages to ballyhoo their I I may be expected to swell its usual "However, a member wishing i .: ing restrictions in Florida; to the private rights of Individuals

campaign with you and me footIng election year Inflamatlon of similar 100,000 copies of an 8-page reprintcan I .
\ :
most of the bill material. Some congressmen will get a better rate of $10180 for
"Representative Oreen baits his Insert praise of themselves. Others, the first 1,000, but only $298 for ,
hook," says Evans, "running four like Mr Oreen, will rely on their each additional thousand, or about ,I LOUIS I F. MAIRE ,1
and a half pages la the Congressional friends to do this service for them. I two-fifths of a cent each: which I II
Record in the form of a lau "In the next few months millions need .be the only cost to the }
datory summary of his sterling of voters will receive franked .I gressmen, as U Includes Candidate For Representative
record, chiefly distinguished after envelopes containing reprints of Clerks paid by the taxpayers con-I
17 years In Congress! by the fact these fulsome 'speeches' about their ,,; available to fold and address
that he wears a flowing Windsor I congressmen. The reprints will be limited numbers of reprints. The From Florida's Fourth District
tie. i carefully labeled 'Not printed at Postofflca delivers the 'franked' I

"The material Is presented as a i public expense', I I congressional mall without charge
'speech' by the Hon. Carl Vlnson of I "The fact Is, however, that any If paid at the regular 3-cent rate r 0

Georgia, although It never was de. 'member can buy such reprints In mailing alone would cost 3000." !lllHlHlIII! JilllI\J'!!!\!! ';'liillillllit :jjililliL& -!. Ira. :" ulii, ilj!, :1!. I %! Tm'iL\:: ;







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