The Okeechobee news
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Title: The Okeechobee news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The Okeechobee Publishers, Inc.
Place of Publication: Okeechobee Fla
Creation Date: February 11, 1944
Publication Date: -1992
Frequency: triweekly[<1989>-1992]
weekly[ former <1926-1945>]
semiweekly[ former <1981-1983>]
three times a week
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Okeechobee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Okeechobee County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Okeechobee -- Okeechobee
Coordinates: 27.241667 x -80.833056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 82, no. 91 (Sept. 13, 1992).
General Note: "The voice of the Everglades."
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 6, no. 24 (Jan. 8, 1926).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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11 1944 Price Five Cents I
Okeechobee Florida Friday February ,
Volume 29 Number 34 ,

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W. V. Wilson Gives Many Farmers Cooperative Use Credit Baker SelectsNewspaperman Substitute Postal Clerks Railway Wanted County Commissioners Transact

For War Service Jobs Business In Regular Session Last

Information About
In 1943 the 03 production credit

associations of the Third Farm' The t'nitcd States Civil Service

Income Tax Return Credit District-the Carolinas, Georgia For CampaignOrlando i ( ommistiion has announced a new Monday; Increase Pay for LaborersTax

I and Florida-extended credit to examination for Substitute Railway
I -
I Postal Clerk to fill positions locate
some 40,000 farmers who borrowed

By W. V. WILSON, Jr. $34,000,000 through these associations Feb 9-Charley] Helfen- ed throughout the United States and Consultant of West I wrs The of Board Okeechobee of County County Commission.Florida

Tax Consultant of W. Palm eathnave W. A. Minor, president of the stein publisher of the Suwannee territories Salary Is $1,850 a year Palm Beach Aiding met In regular session Monday

Production Credit Corporation of Democrat, Live Oak has been selected plus approximately $615 additional
With Income Tax Here K'bruary 7, 1944 at 10:00: a. m.
"ou Heard the Current
Columbia] has announced. by Senator Ed Baker of Lake compensation, including overtime
Present were Chairman C. E.
Question? county as the state manager of his under the present 48-hour work. -
"Muni: I tile a final 1943 Income During the year 7,318 new mem 'campaign for governor, and has week Applications must be filed W. V. Wilson jr., Tax consultant Drawdy, Commissioner W. F. Walk.

Tux Return before :March! 15th?" hers joined these production asso opened headquarters here at the with the United States Civil Service I of West Palm Beach has been In the er, B. C. Swain and Ernest Hilliard;

The answer i I.'ES: ," and there ciations. Angebilt Hotel Commission, Washington 25, D. C., County Commissioners room of the County Attorney T. W. Conely Jr.;
"This record," Mr. Minor said, court house since Tuesday morning Sheriff L. L. Conrad and Clerk RoyR
arc very few exceptions such a> the not later than February 29, 1944.
"was made despite the fact that Representing eight Southeasternstates and will remain in Okeechobee until Raulerson.
woman or man ut sea or overseas There Is no maximum age limit
many secretary-treasurers in our a.i a meet or of the National Friday afternoon late to assist Upon motion by Commissioner
,m which case they must Mo a return and no experience required. The
t district were called Into the armed Editorial Amoclation and a pa't seconded Commissioner
within 6 months after returning I written examination Includes a gen. any taxpayers desiring help on the Hilliard, duly by
cervices" president of the Florida State Press preparation of their 1943 Income Swain, the minutes of the
to the U. S. era! test and mail tests in sorting
I In addition to their regular duties \ssoclation, the newspaper owner routing and following instructions.In Tax Returns Mr Wilson Is a form. meetings held during the month of I

What Must' I Show On My Tax the president pointed out War resigned as executive secretary of most States appointments will er Government Auditor with more January, 1944 and February 1, 1944

Return? ,' Bonds were sold by the secretary. the Florida State Planning Board in be made for duty In cities where than twenty years experience In were read and approved.

Well you fellows working for I treasurers to farmers and the ur order to lead the campaign for terminal railway post offices are accounting, auditing private and Report of Marks and Brands for

-uluriet or wages, remember your ban populace amounting to U,- Baker who he has known for a decade located. Vacancies on Railway Post public tax work, with reasonable,I I District No. 4 were received and ordered .

employer had to report to Uncle In mutual state work of Kiwanis the
i 707,857. Office lines may be filled by transfer fees for any services rendered. Appointments filed in the office of

Smrt (On Form W-2)) before January I i "The credit extended to thesA Masons and Elks. Helfcn- from the terminals, A limited can be made by writinghim i Clerk of the Circuit Court.

:tint exactly how much money he paid stein Is an Episcopalian, and his
I> farmers Mr. Minor said, "was number of women will be appointedfor at P. 0. Box 532 or phone The financial statement showing

you in 1943 and the amount of taxes, I! made to produce food feed, and fl. wife came from Lake county. duty In terminal cities only 3858 West Palm Beach balances as of January 31, 1944 was

including: Victory Tax, was withheld !' bur In connection with the war efI -Y-- presented as follows:
desired from
this | Applications not
Baker Is spending most of are

from you which your en.ployer paid 1 I, fort." week with his county organizationsin persons now using their highest General Fund . . .$1,371.55

in direct to The Treasury (Internal I' --V Polk, Osceola, Orange and Semi- skills In war work. Appointmentswill FishingHuntingIn Fine and Forfeiture Fund 1,204.48

Ki\fiiue Bureau) to your credit. Douglass nole counties lie Is to be honor be made in accordance with War Road and Bridge Fund 10 .U

The average Taxpajer will\ owe 23% I I SeeksReelection truest at a home-county rally and Manpower Commission policies and Florida Is Well Agricultural Fund . 26698
smaller of
due the
of the taxes on
barbecue, Thursday evening at employment stabilization programs.Information Mother's Pensions Fund 14.11
'43 Returns (See I
rather his 42 or
I On Howey. and application forms Outstanding IndebtednessFund
Statement of 1942 Taxes Advertised
Form 1125 V may be obtained from 0. E. Myers, SportIn . . . . 874.44

mailed you fron Jacksonville) asT5rl R. Ra Regional Director Fifth U. S. Civil Publicity Fund . . 2.63
smaller is forgiven Commissioni
tax !
of the year Vincent Boromel will leave Sunday 9.40
Service Region New Post Office 1936 Tax Adj. Fund . .
then add 1001;: of the larger the February issue of "Field andStrllam"
i to return to the Naval Hospital Building, Atlanta 3, Georgia; from magazine I Court House Bond I&S 14.22
this wl1Itl'e \ there appears avery
for the
umount two years at New York after ten . . . 8.92
combined taxes for Fla., Fob 10.-W, B. spending first or second-class post office or good story about fishing and : Jail T. W. US

you your I "Babe" Douglass, member of the I II days here with the Boromel family from the United States Civil Service Race Track Fund . . .11,566.67Jail
and 1943, then take as a credit hunting In Florida. Field and Stream
1942 I Florida Railroad Commission and while on sick leave.Too Commission, Washington 25, D. C, Repair Fund . . 65.83
ALL 1913 Tax Payments made direct is the most widely read sportsman'smagazine .

or by your employer, REMEMBER : I formerly sheriff and law enforcement r or paper published in the Court House Repair Fund 21.04

'43 and '42 Returns must officer In Columbia county, United States and gives us good 1940 General Refunding

your today announced that he would Fund . . . . 1,295.91
be reconciled together to arrive at seek publicity of untold value.

your total taxes for the two yearsas reelection the Democratic as Railroad CommissionerIn Late to We quote part of the article: TOTAL . . . . .$16,815.70
Primary next
you will see on Page 4 of your
May In his The boys who Earn folding money I
I94J Form 1040 and/or 10 lOA Return, announcement Mr. amazing amounts by telling the Upon motion by Commissioner

will, have Victory Tax In Douglass stated: seconded by Commissioner
also you a Russell KayNot world about the relaxations, thrills Hilliard, duly
1943 thai you did not have in 1942. "I am Indeed grateful to my and opportunities offered by the Swam, the board agreed to

Exemptions and Reduction many friends In all sections of the donate $50.00 to the Boy Scouts of
state of Florida have done auch an
ALLOWABLE! State for the unusually large vote long ago in Tampa 122 aliens Vi with alarm the present day Inclusive job of coverage that, on I America.

I given me in previous elections. In took the oath of allegiance before tr .f governmental practice, that first consideration, little of any Application for redemption of tax
almost the same as
For 1943 are 'I seeking .eelection AS a member of Federal JIII11lel'llnder. AJcejpan bc1,.. 1t1l4001.! necaa&ary add 'tdvlajble 'originality j or freshness remain to certificates from Nathan Z lmeao."' .
? Floridians
194 except that cannot Gasoline the Commission I wish to reiterate I wonder how many native born to appeal to a group who but a be chronicled in a series such as vita and W. D. Coker under House

now deduct the 7c per gasoline gallon used in previous statements that if I am reelected Americans ever heard the oath or moment before had been aliens to this. But when you look a little Bill No. 1237 Special Acts of 1939

I State Tax on I will continue to adminis- thought of applying it to them. aid us at the proper time In an effort deeper, this Impression vanishes on lot 24, blk. 48, El Mira Sol SID

1943 according Ruling last to year a State and as Supreme advised I Her the law fairly and Impartially toeveryone selves.It I to regain the previous liberties The publicity staffs state and local, and Wtt of lot 4, blk. 166 City of

Court appearing before our which we have lost Okeechobee was, upon motion by
by The Collectors Office In(Board is a solemn] and serious obligation have Indeed spread enough Information second
Jacksonville. Work up your E & D the I and something to think about. The Judge Is not alone In his to reach from here to there.
emer. approvedby
ed by Commissioner Swain
last The "I declare oath that I for citizen Folders and booklets by the millions
otherwise the same as year. I Toney matters vitally affecting the hereby on opinion, every thoughtful
the board.
Farmer must UBe Form 1040 F In war effort come before our Com absolutely and entirely renounce of this land old enough to have have been circulated Space has been Commissioner
Upon motion by
rddition to Form 1040, and business mission daily. I feel that the experience and adjure all allegiance and fidelity experienced the real liberty and wangled in all manner of periodicalsfrom Swain, duly seconded by Commissioner

professional and cattlemen, with all I have gained as a memberof to any foreign! prince, potentate, freedom with government by law, magazines of the largest circulation Walker all road and bridge

others having income )NOT subjectto the Commission will enable me state or sovereignty of whom or under the Constitution realizes, how' and most elegant format raised 50o

withholding taxes must of necessity to solve these problems in such which I have heretofore been a subject far we have strayed from true democracy down to the scrubbiest weekly news employees' salaries were
a 1 1944
day effective January ,
make a final 1943 Return so as manner that the solution will be of or citizen; that I will support and Independence. paper. Radio and movies have been per based on 9-hour day as follows:

reconcile his 1943 Estimates and defend the constitution of the wisely used
to the greatest benefit to the people The pattern of government being Road and bridge laborers, $4.00
i Form 1040 ES) (assuming that and United States of America againstall of
the effort.
planned and advocated for this nation And yet, in general only a part per day

these estimates were made properly '( "I expect to see as many of my I enemies foreign or domestic; after the war, and which every the story has been told. Except in Road< and bridge foreman, $4.50
with his total payments, that I will bear true faith and ale I Ilegla'nce I
In 1943)
friends in
as possible during the cam (j I effort ls being made to set up under rare instances, the lads engaged per day.Road .
total taxes due; also during to the same; and that I .
I paign and wilt be grateful indeed the guise of "essential now to publicizing Florida's recreational facilities and bridge tractor driver

1944 file his quarterly estimates and for their continued support. take this obligation freely without the war effort" Is almost identicalIn haven't been able to getaway i and grader operation $5.50 per day
on )New Form. 1040 ES. any mental reservation or purposeof
payments V pattern to that of Germany in from salt water. They have Reports of receipt, expenses and

A* to What Forms to Use! 1 OLD-TIME REVIVAL AT evasion So help pie God. the matter of centralized governmental stuck to the beaches rather well on net income for 12 months period
When these citizens had tak
The salaried man making under THE CHURCH OF GOD new ( control regimentation and occasion getting as far as the outer ending December 31, 1943, was re.
the oath Akerman leaned
en Judge !
$3000 per year (Gross) with littleor I rule by bureaucratic overlords, plus reef on the Atlantic side or a few ceived from T, W. Conely Jr., county .
forward In his chair and addressingthe
and I We are enjoying an old-time revival I miles into the Gulf, and let her go tax
no deductions for real estate unquestioned acceptance by the people judge; Robert La Martin, assessor
I the Church of God group said: ,
meeting at ,
other taxes paid, interest contributions ,I I of every thought or plan suggested at that. and Roy R. Raulerson, clerk

et cetera can use the abort which began Tuesday night. Brother "You have applied for and have or advocated by the leader. There is a reason for this, of I circuit court and ordered filed In

Form 1040 A with the option of using and Slater Russell, evangelistic I been admitted to American citizen. I course. It's all\ pay dirt for the press i I the office of the clerk of the circuit
In'charge. Everybody is Invited Bureaucratic agencies without ,
1040 if his Income party time becausewe because it's dirt for the
the long Form ship at a very trying agent pay court.
to attend the meeting and enjoy number have been set to regu :
and/or deductions warrant are In the midst of the greatestwar vacationist. There's a total of 7,- The following vouchers were approved
the and preachIng late the lives and actions of indi ,
special singing
BUT If Income Is over $3000 then In the history of mankind. I 000,000 acres of salt or at least and ordered paid when fund
the Evangelist. vidual citizens, dominate and super-
Form 1040 must be used. Farmers "I want you to study the laws of brackish water under Florida jurisdiction | are available
'I business and enterprise while
Rev. R. P. Culpepper Pastor vise
must use Form 1040 F In additionto this country, and as you study them comprising one of the most General Fund
V the of the several states asset
Form 1040 to show details on farm you will see that they are framedto right variedly productive fisheries on G. C Durrance, salary Act. Pros,
Leo Gagnon arrived In Okeechobee forth In the Constitution have
operations, costs and income; If you give you the greatest liberty possible earth. Attorney Jan., less income tax $74.30
Tuesday morning from the been Ignored and trampled upon
have Capital Gains or Losses an army so long as your conduct does But It't only a part of the story C, E. Drawdy, salary county com
I .hor. ,
training at Greenwood without regard to lu0' all )
additional Form B-1040 must b* 1 I camp not encroach on the rights of oth o( .what Florida has to offer the misloner, Jan., $74.30.

used ALSO If your '42 or '43 Gross I and Is spending a 19 day MI..1 I ers. For the first time in the historyof outdooraman. When you find a million B. C. Swain salary Co.; Comm.
with the Boromel family
Income exceeds 124.360.00 .you MUST I this nation faith and confidence folks doing saltwater fishing January, $74.30.
"Because of the war all\ citizensof
use Schedule L-2 (1040) covering the \ working on your Return and If you necessity have had to give up In government has been replaced Id tt almost steals the outdoor show. Ernest Hilliard, salary Co. Comm.

"Anti-Windfall" Taxes. ..ALWAYSjive need help then consult your local liberties which la proper In the hearts of the people by genuine In a season, as you will In Florida, January, $74.30.

as much detail and Information Internal Revenue Office a Deputy many such time. fear and distrust of government.It And when a state boasta-ai Florid W F. Walker, salary Co. Comm.

as possible on all deductions, Tax Collector your accountant auditor "But the-theory of this particular la timely and fltt'n? as well k> /, does that in normal yean a' January $74.30.
allowances and exemptions claimedso should saltwater anglers Roy R Raulerson, salary clerk,
Good Tax Consul. Is that a Fder. judge hundred thousand
lawyer or a judge is that when the war over i AI sang I
as to help yourself AND the Coy tant on the proper preparation of the people of this country will have I lie such a solem w n"rir as did will register In local contests, ItI' January, $146.00

ernment Auditors in checking and your Returns!) difficulty regaining the Individual Judge Alexander Akerman In his means"that the sport Is tops among T. W. Conely Jr., salary County

approving your return, REMEMBER: I I Suggested Reading liberties they have given up. masterful address to a group of all sports.On Judge, January $122.70.T .

the Tax Collectors and the entire I and the Florida has W Conely Jr., salary County
citizens, the other hand.
I I Watch and read your local newspapers "The court wants to Impress upon newly accepted
personnel of The Internal Revenue might freeh water fishing that, for certain Attorney, January, $50.00.
should warning and appeal -
,.they'll help you all they can you that during the war you same
Bureau are under prevailing conditions black Bessie Alderman, salary tax collector \
hardworking also numbers of Magazines are now submit willingly to any hardship well be made to every native born species such as largemouth
an overworked, harassed, other lo. January, $119.80.
honors to
'I endure But American. bass yields
having tax articles In them or get that your country may
bunch of people who are I of Either the people of this nation calit It offers the upland hunter Robert La Martin, salary tax as*
yourself] one of the many tax booklets after the war It will be the duty ) I i

trying their best to help everyone available] these will all help every citizen to regain the liberties must arise In their' might and make quail and dove shooting of quality. lessor, January, $122.70.

when more than 60,000,000 personsare then REMEMBER, be honest to yourself they enjoyed In the past. known their desires in no uncertain It's a great wintering ground for I I J. L. Chandler, salary janitor,

filing tax returns of which some and do the best you cant I "This country will not be. worth terms, requiring those now In office ducks and the annual reported bag January, $88.90. -
10 million are doing so for the tint I actual kill- i w B. Hargraves, salary Supr of
living In, If its citizens must obey and those who hope to be to returnto -only a portion of the
time; so don't be stingy In explain the dictates of bureaucratic public Constitutional government, fully, will run well over 100,000. A couple Regis! January $40.00.
TAX TROUBLES. You not alone
ing. I officials therefore I urge you to completely and without evasion, or of thousand bucks are taken each County Welfare Board, relief,
so do not let the "PayAs-You-Go- '
The New 194) Tax Forms I i Crazy" Tax Plan worry you too use every proper means to help the be prepared to accept the permanent year by deer hunters. Even more January $360.00.Withholding tax

Are definitey more complicatedthan much 'Cause we still have this- people of this nation regain their loss not only of those precious liberties wild turkeys are tagged. tax fund Income

liberties. that have already gone but The organization responsible for withheld for Jan., $19.50. ...
anticipating Individual
before by
ever so WAR TO WINI I BONDS TO BUYI! elec.
significance : well the future supplies of these species Florida Power & Light Co.,
difficulties In making up your return The amazing and startling many more as
NOW-DO NOT WAIT UNTIL V of Judge Akerman's statemeat,, If LIBERTY Is lost at home or will earnestly assure you that C.H. and Jan,- Jan., $2456.

News satisfies dead will be FREE. (Continued on Page 3) (Continued on Page t)
15th but START NOW printing to my mind was the fact that he so abroad, only our
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Legal Advertisements Legal Advertisements FISHING HUNTING Don't upend your pay In
KEEP OHl&fiMytitlta' e. e m with
ODItCCdtObcc competition your nelfh-

4 bore for scarce civilian
riirinnnt 10 Sutton 13 tl( >. Chaptpr2HIV II\\KI"'O DEPARTMENT (Continued from pig' 1) goods. Save, America and
: ( <, inw's nf Klnrliln. Aeti of 1M1, STATE OF tLORIDl : : :/ :
Published Every Friday by the And Section 67. hnpter 11717 I.nwi of No, 415 things lie looking better and better yon will gave America from /

Okeechobee News Co. at Okeecho- I Florida. Aeli nf lull, an nmonded by OFFICE OF (OMI'TKOLLFR Add to theie Items black market and runaway
Section 11, Chapter 2W11S. Inwn of TtLLAIIflhlb" t 1.11 KW.\ u yean go on. WITH WAR BONDS we
bee, Okeechobee County Florid Hiirl.lii.. I Aid nf 1041 the followingdparrlhiMl \\herena. bv autlafnctory pvldcncepreieiited Viet ireaa luch aa the Everglades I' Inflation Buy more Bonds every
Innd In Ukeechuuce County l to the underKlirned/ It huts e e e a payday How many bonds Figure
BRYANT BOWDEN ..__..._ Editor Klnrliln. to.wit: npen nindt1 to appear that B hnnklngroinpnnv and other great swamps with their ._
Lot *{ III* 3. I'nvln Addition. H/D ) colder! the nnnie of OK tt: tub-tropical wildlife which fur. -- -_":'
y nf NiVLof :-OF.'. ofK''t, fee 20 CIIOIIFK: : ('nl'NTY RINK. located at
Entered as second class matter 'Iwp :47. ItnnRft 33 (IKKK: 'IHIHKK. KI.OItlDA. and orIttinled nlshei thrllli to the ilmple obierv-
July 1, 1914, at the Poet Office In Lot. :a to 1I".., 9 and 10 Hlk 111): under the \l.nwa of Florida
I" ('It, of Okwehobe bin ...omllI..clI'llh all I the provlnlon er, and you realize that maybe even
Okeechobee, Florida under the Will IIP offiTed for sale it public reiiulred to he complied) with hv the the high-powered public relations
Act of March 8. 1STO. outcry for the blgheat mil twit rich Banking Lo,,', of the State of Florida
Mil mihjopt to the right of the Board. before a pnmpanv ihnll,, he anthorlredIn staffs have been overlooking a lot
.1 of CoiiiinlKaliitipra' of Kiervlmlei DriilnKan oiniiieiue the hiialiipaa of Banking, Denmark Furniture Go
niatrlrt to reject any and all bide, Now, therefore, I, J. M I KKvt'oinpfroller : of excellent belli!
Reading notices In local columns at the ConrthniiBp. lieirliiiiliiu I nt 10'(10ocloik of the Stum of I'lortdaly; virtue -
10 cents a line. Rates for display I A. 3I I. on the Oth day of of the authority veiled 1 In me bvSeptlon Just to make the record complete
March. 1Wt Koiement for drainage 4l1l of the Revised lenernl .
advertising furnished on applica And purl| ,nnil Ion and rnnd purpiim ; Stntntei nf .'I"rl lion Classified! 9 cents wilt IIP renorreil OKEr.CIlOBCB (OI'NTY BANK of for
advertising water fishing It'll be repetition
I 110,\ III OF Okeeehoheo In the County of Okpphohee
each word per Insertion AH Items rVFItr.LUtKH DUAINAiB (' and tba State ot Florida la millions. It'll be old stuff for tens
UlsritltT mithorl/ed to commence the builncm
regarding enterprises conducted forb"Ont I (SEAL) 1 of Banking under the name above of thouiandi. But it cin't be overlooked

rates: are Chargeable at rdvertlatng By Roy R. Raulprmn Clerk 1'h IlII'pnltb' ,e Tbonannd a ,rnpltnl Dollar" utock. of Twenty here. Has A Store In Okeechobee Now?

nf the Clrenlt Court of
Given under my hand and seal of
Okraehohee for.County mild i Ennrl.By Klorldn. offlee,, thus twentieth day nf :.Nnveni' In the first place' Florida lists
na naent Hun
her A. 1) One 'rhuusmindIne
SUBSCRIPTION RATE: Sopbronla I'eatio, Pepntv Clerk dri'd' Fnrly-Three more than 225 rivers large and

One year In advance ...__.......$,.00 35- (SEAL> .T. M.of LEE iorlda. small emptying Into ocean and
SU months to advance ....._... 1.00 34-11 tNOTICE Gulf, The bays and soundi at their

Three months In advance ........ .'75 NOTICE TO APPEAR mouth. are, of course, brackish, and WESTERN UNIONDENMARK'S
IV Thenine of the nt 1NTFSTION TO (SELL
STATE' OF" riOHMU 1.\\T then waters form some of the greatest .
Advertising bills are payable on To : III II.IiN; :: S. \\IILI\M4 I whimeInat Norici; : i>* iirittnv: C.IVEN that.
the first of each month. Parties known nddreaii nna JlliH Hlvd. liiimiimit to Sfctlon 11 ((11.| Chnptir' breeding and feeding grounds to
Chnrlotle, :North Carollnn 'mm. Inni of 1.'lo.hll.rl.* of 11)41.\ be found anywhere. Just offshore
unknown to publishers required to Toil ere linrcln! required to file anpenrntiep and! Section 117 Clinnter 14717 Lam
in advance. In thin proceeding, wherein of Florida Arts nf 1IM1. ni nmendedhv flows the greatest river of them all,
pay r'nd U Illliinin l Is analog yon for PIvnrei Semi limit 11 I'h | 20ilTiS 1 lana of I
--. -- > with the Dirk of 'I'nlt, Court( Klnrliln: Ait of 'IT.;:: the follonlnzdeiierlhed the Gulf Stream with Its galaxy of

at Okeerhohpe Florida. on or lieforii loud, In llki'i'i.hobcc CountvKlnrldn star species for the angler
Legal Advertisements the Hull' Inn In Mureh. nlilih la to.wlf
Mire nth, A. II. l'H4'! : ntherwliip Ju.lirnient Lots 1 tn N Im Elk I II, OkeetbulieelifM'lopnient V--
will In- entered nxnlimt' you liydefnnlt (Co'i S/D
I Lot 2, Hlk II M.iJn.hnn 8 D of
NOTICE eF APPLICATION FOE I \\IINKS4 mt hand sod mill of thin I pare nf .NKV. See. 2J, Inp 3T Kga :31: J. E. CONE Agent
TAX PEED I Court, nt okpeihobee Okeeehobeiroiinii Lot 0. Hlk K ( Itv of ukccthohep News ads ,
Lowe .f IMS '. liirlilu. thin Jud day of Will he offered for mile nt public are profitable
Notice li hiTcln given Ihnt KltaPilmiMiiivlir Pilirunn A. P 1014, I outcry for the hlghent and heel rash
Imlilir, : of Tin ntlflrntre (SEAL) R. hI c... mihleit' til the Hunt nf the Ilonrd II' ._,'-- -
;.. Till: IHHIKMI the 7th ilnof .Jiil\'. ck0of ClrrUiitR'ourt .
the ofn of CoininlMiilnnerfl of llverghidei: / Drnln --- ----- ------- -----
Ai D. I'm, and Tnx Orllflinic No ". Mnth .Illdlilnl! Circuit of age LilHtrlit tn reject any nnd nil bole.
177 ImiiiMl tIolih, ilnof AiiffiiNtA Florida, In ind for Okeecho- I at the CnurthoUHe, elniilng nt 10:00 OPPORTUNITY CALLS!
P. I'lio! hug fllul mime In my of .
10 **> ( oiintyItr oiloik A. M. on the lillh dny! of
flrr: hut ninila npiillrntlon for 11 Tax. Wophronln. IVIIM P CMurv Mnnh. Ifl44. UuHement for dniliinitiuncl '
Iint'J to In ,tuflm-il tin'rpuii Snlrl, Ppr Elect
Snnderfnr Sohnlman rc'clntiiiitliiit, and! road pnrponiRnlll
tlflintp emliriirvi tin folhmlii" do Attorney for I'lnlnllff 'he I Join the thousands of Floridians now supporting
rlhpil, proppru In ULP (Connt\ ofOklwhnlii'P \' n'mrie.1t': COVMISVIONKK(
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Slut* Lnt 1 to 10 Inn. nimk 3. ppnorrvfiinleni. NOTKK API'IirXTION FOR IiHTRUTBv .
S l> nf SW',' nf 84 of TAX DEED: ltoII.. 1IAI'I.KKMIV, election will assure a lited Florida, continued
M\H Si'p. 17 'I'WI'. SI Itt"p. 35.: lawn of 1935 Clerk nf the (Irenlt Court ,iOketehobee ,
Thp n Np.Hin >tu of mild property tin Notice- I In hereby .iv'u. that .Tamil County. Florida. progress, with new and greater opportunities fork
ilir mold (Vrtlflrntp Inui'il win In thninno Diirrance bolder of Tar of Vnknnw .NCIK. n to I) Inc. leaned the flth day n* nKenl 1'ennp. PepnH Hophrnnln
In1'.nld ('Vrtlfltat "hull !Inrp. of .Tnlr A. I>. 11)10 nnd 'lax Certlflinto \ ; I
ilc'i'ini'il Hiiitrillnif to Inn. nropprtrrti No 27 IHHIIIH! the let lnv of Koveni- 4 '.....
>.(.rlbiil thPreln "hull lu sold to tliphlirlimt her. A. I D. 111:17.: linn filed in mo In Inv NOTICE TO .\rrt: \R P
lililih' nt the C" ",,hu".p door I offUe; has made application for n Tee IN TUB NAMK: OP JHE FRANK D. UPCHURCH IS '
mi' lion first Miiiulii In, ,lhi' Month of I"','cl I to lie, leaned thereon Sold Certiriintin 11'\1'1: OK rLOKIl. : :.
IVbmnn. II1H.111t1t In the 7th day enihrini' Hi. follonlng dedrilled '10: ,AllrKN. : KIX1IKH CAll\rll -ii-d
lOr Pvlirnnry. 1844.! property In the ('ountof WllovK IASI' KNOWN APIHIF"1 A Real Floridian
lints.I till 7th III'| of ,T'", II"". KUI Okr ','htllll''', St.1'' iif I lorldil. tiiwlt : 11'.18nit: ,oi. MIlHVMIS: \ SIIII.LI1. ) ,; ,
(Sell) ROT R RAUIBR10N! W<.j of i lut 4. Sec 10 Tnp.' 31 Rga DtUIIU1II'IIIoit: : ;!>I. MIClIIi\S
Clerk Circuit Court efOkeeciobce 33I loll lire lurilix reiiulred to flit nppenrniici 11 In Ilila prmoedlng. nheriliKrnnk
County Florida I | nod U foe 20. Twp U Rge
--- 391.011 ('lIn..' IH Mitring ton for ill
Lot :20: 8,.... 21. TWI' 14. llgf 31Lnl roar. wish the C!.iiK OK Clliclir JfiL. Experienced in Government
NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR .':1 and, .Ml Sec 21:: '1'",,, 34 (MM'IT nt l>Mcn('IlollH:. Floltmvon :
TAX DEED IIfi-! :n or In.fore the Rule Dny. .Mnnh II. ".-"
lot .'1. S.. 4. Twp n. Kmm EltI..5. H. : tit ",,,,'I.n JinitfiniMiilll *
L.ws, ef Ins The' .1'.11'.111 of mild prnprrtyml he .entered ntfillnat Mill bv ilefmtlt11.NKSS .
Nntlep In 10.1 liy gl\i-u tlnit Okeplioliei ,, Cprlirlrnte hmii'il In I \\ : nu' hnnd and weal of thli
"' tiiild 1 win He b fitted
< > Ininrpnriiti. holder" of Tux the name of Cnrl O B. Ncin, j. KBergor Court nt okoeihobpe okeeehobi'i. by education, training end background. t*
erllflentPii :N<> r 1*. > :'II Ieeordthe B. Bartlett C. Eldem County. Klorlda! this Mb day of rehrn.iiv be a of Florida.
.')nl Ini uf Juli .\, D. I'llO'! him ; O. : : >. 11144 great governor
A 1
(lornm'i. K Itni e
fIN'tl .,sum In nu'' nfflu : hna tnuilp ap t'nlem laid, certlfhnti Hhall,, Imp" t (M3\Ll BOY It. HU'M'HMINlerk
lleiitliin' for n (,mix I'tiil li hp lnNiieilthi'renn ,d..,.ined in"<.iirilintr. to Inn, property de- (' of the I In nit' I 'I'c''I"' \ of *
Sold Ci ttiriiiitm mlirnie the 1 :: :; of '
MI i'Hud thin-In shill/ lie sold |u thnhltfhiMt the .Ninth Jiidlilnl '
(nllnw hg, ,10'0"11.,1 i priiin' >rtv In thftCoiinlv In and fur okee<'hohei
of 0",1,1, Mult, of Dor hlddir nt the rnnrthoitiip door "Frofewlonel tplfrlcieni wit not My much etttattM to
ill UK first Monday In the month of Conntv
ida, to.wit Mirili, 1'iM whlili Ix t the Dill day of Sophronln) 1'..".... PepittCh'rkMnrv $water UpchuKk IUT THI VOTERS WILL.- eenJ
Lot Jl 1.1oI'c'. S. 1 w p. :14. I!2P. 33 Mnrch. 1044.I'niiil Siindeifnr' SchnluinnVtiorni FRANK D. UPCHURCH
I 11 1(1 "4. I.ire :n Dittrkt Newt.
Lot Srr. Twp' ;
thin ird iln of February, .\ for I'lntntirf
Lot !II, h.... 'It Twp 14 UKI. 33I I ) GOVERNOR OF FLORIDA
lit 4, Sei. 111 lup. :tt. ltP 33 till hIIIW tlvraa..I r..e M .
Tb. iMPisment of laid property 01- (SEAT.) 110" H 1IAI'Li'IItSON. .:.(..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:-:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:. k.N'a ... 1I illpese.iA
lu I
der avid e'rrttllratpa tunned was
Clerk Circuit Court ifOkeecholiee --
IhP nninei of \\' II. Icihnu .V. M Pn -

firing Sihariiilirerfnleii W. .1'. II klll1 II. mil Jmepb I, V tonnty, DorlilnNOTHF CAN YOU I OM3

laid Certlfleitei shall be redeemed OF \rnirTi FORT
ipcordtng ta Uw, property derrlbed \ .\\ PH-I '
thprpln shall hi mold to the I.iiwn of 111:If DRIVE A CAR? i tt
highest bidder! it the Courthouse door Not irp Is hi-MiT ifhon that :Nnt limn,
.n the first Monday In the month of lliliniH holder of lux (4'.IICh'0I
I'phrnnry. 1I1HI Ith-h li the 7th deg. I' \?. Innd,, / II Iean'd' HIP 3rdhey) of \\hen kid did
of I'ehrunrv, 1944Ml .'nit .V. H It'll\ : mid I Tux I'.rlll'lpslre" you were a you I
,id thin Tlh ,ililt "I Tnniinrv. 1044 I' NIII. 4. I 1\ mid 7 luiii-d thi 7th day ..r'' alwayi pester to "go along" on every I
(Seal) ROT R. RACL1R90N. July ,\. 1141 'Ins tili'd HIIMM, In limy I
Clerk Circuit Court of olltrp' toils initilp, 111'1,11"1111 fur n tn..I I ride And now, do )ou get a kick I t
Okeechob County, Fleridi .I>, d I i I" hi. iNHiml Iliircini Sold (',., I out of handling the wheel like a NOTICE
V tlHititin iiiiliriift' '' the fulloulnir ,
TO IELLIAND j I "'rll>i.il irunrtv| In the County h"I I man?
NOTICE OF INTFVTION Okiii'hohic. Mali'' of Hnrlilii to.nit : ,. I
Lot "1, Si'" 14 Tup' .1'. lug> :1. Women with mechanical abilityare t
Lest .'.' Sic' jTnp 1.1 IIifi3J:
riinnant to Section 15 ((1)I Chapter needed In the WAC at once.
I 1..1. 17 1'4,19, 31 and 32 Sec 3,
:206M. laws of Florida, Arts of 1941. I Twp 35 Rge 32 Other nkilU are needed too. And un
And ectlon 67, Chapter 14717. l-iwf I 1.ot y::i. s.i. 11. 'I'wn :n. \liii-\ ::12
of Florid Acts ef 1931 to imeni>dhr I 1.,1( 11 and : ur .' trained women can learn skills that
l.'j lut 1:, See 2.
SWtUn 11, Chapter 20453! OFT
'I Twiv 15. :SJIlii 1
Rice ..
Florida Aoti of 11141. the following '11'11be\ useful all their \Iv.
'I of '
iiH i' 'ini'iil mill |iroiiit\
deierlhed land. la Okeechobe County ruler i / sold\, IVrtiriiiilps. IHHIIIM mm In 'I tjpei of Army jobs needVac to
Florida to wit I the nome of Mrs M, Stennrt : K. M\, !
.of 7 I\Ik\ n,2: lot 1. Ulk 1W Lot \\ilhi-r : nkiionn nnd I C. \\', IlihnliiirI fill them.
I. Hlk 114 City nf OkePihohppI ; '" .. cell, (crtlflrnti ihall lie redeemed the
TODA\-,. full details at
14 mid lj Elk 3H Cltv of Okeholieft '
according to law property ilc
< -. ill.i.l Hii>ri>lii, ..111111I,> sold to thebighmet nearest l!. S. Army Recruiting Station T REGISTRATION
Lots il and' 7 Hlk 1 and Lot 7, Blk lililili BOOKS
nt ho ( iiurihniiMi> dour
101.1' of of local office will give
4 lniMltlnn\ N\VV on the rirnt Miinilnv In I the month of (jour pent
NEH of NFi'. *,* 50 Twp 17. Hlln 31: Mnnh 1 lllh ilnx Or write tot The
the addreii)
lot fl. Hlk 4 and loti I. 4 B. S. 11 M in,'U. 1144. Iou
mad, 1.. Hlk 11. Knlliond, Addition 9.I> I'Mi'd' I thin :tri| ilnj uf KfliruMry Adjutant General), Room 44IS, Mu 1
?f mlG "f M?: fIr SK",. sei 11 Iwp WH.I .
.17. Hge 31 nition Building Washington, D. C.
(Seal) THE
Ion 7 nod a. Hlk .':!!. City of Okerrbohpp I ROY it. It.1rI.ERSON. REGISTRATION BOOKS, WILL OPEN ON TUESDAY .

Clerk Circuit Court of Kw08 }Ctir?+'rv.4'w:..:+:+>044' it "
1.011 7. m 11 mind' 12 nik 14 \\rlulit '
Okeecbnlipe t'lorlI'I' FEBRUARY
.'I.. Aililltloii, SI lointi-d I. In, li.nt Ciiuntv. -------- 8, 1944, and CLOSE MONDAY, MARCH 6, 1944,
loin T mill x. Si-i J. Twp 17. HBP :Ti
lo\t lot (I IXllMlt" loll?) HHHI'MI. ll 1 tollnoth JJ AS FOLLOWS
Pluhrrlpi. Sir .'2. Tnp " Il'11 of lot I ink Hill Citx .>f

,'hoh for p.he the nffpfKl highest for end sale best it public rash cutrrv bid.. I FOR SALEAT I Precinct No. 1-Mrs. B. C. Swain, Fort Drum Post Office

rnmmlnilonrri uMeit to the of right Everglades of the Board Drilnite of Precinct No. 2-Mrs. Alex Thompson, her residence

Plutrlrt to reject lilY ind all bids at I Precinct No. 3-Mrs. Myrtle Lofton, her residence
the (Pnurthonse beginning at 10:00:
ii'i'look .*. M I. on HIP 24th ilny of Fph 1 Precinct No. 4-Dr. J. O. Wolff Park Drug Store
rnnrv 1'M4 lniminr! for drnlnnirf
reaerred rcclitaatloa and road purposes' will be ALL TIMES Precinct No. 5-Mr. C. N. Stratton, his residence

a nOARP OF EVFltOTADBS OF COMMISSIONEH1 DRAINAOB !. Precinct No. 6-Mr. J. M. Scott, his residence

ni<'TniCT.BT Precinct No. 7-Mr. J. H. McCranie, Wisteria Drug Store
Clerk of the Circuit Court
.f Okrecknhee CiuotT FlorIdi -
for laid ABERDEEN ANGUS I Hours from 0 until 12 and
Board ii agent open a. m, noon from 2 p. m. until 5:00

By S.phreala Peat, Deputy' Clerk I ,"". m. on week! days. Books will be open until 9:00: p. m. on Satur

day nights and will be closed_ on Sundays

Bulls and CowsWILL
r"rollant I. S etlon 15 (IL Chipter Starting Tuesday, March 7, 1944, t'he Registration Books for
:20W.8: LIWI nf Flcilda." Arts nf
and partisn' KJ (''''oot", 14717, I.."1941'j all Precincts will be open at the office of the Supervisor of Registration -
Florida Art of 10,11. na mm' .
1'1'11'11011 II. ('b",.t..r 'Oir1-, and close on April 15, 1944. : .-
Klorldn Act of 1141. the followingdemrllird
lintil' In nkepchohi1 County.

Florida Beg JiU to-ult ff W: of NE!: row of SE"i of ALSO HAVE SOME Hours open from 9 a. m. until 12 noon and from 2 p. m. until

NEW of NF.%. run S 183 ft. WIlli ft 5
all week
N Rae 101 39I.oti ft. E 1If! ft Sec :0. Two 37. I Hereford and Short Horn Bulls p. m. on days. 1

1 to 12 IHP. Rlk 71 : lot 1 to ,
12 Inn Blk im : Lots 3 nnd! 11 In. .'4IIIP
Elk Inn : 1..,. R. ID ltd 11 Mil For Sale
101 Cltr of Okpphnh I Signed : .
!)e SW por nf HUM m !Wi: nfw
,M r. run \ 2113 ft to Rond 1 alnnit I
Road g 117 degree* 21'. W 17): ft la V I TESTED AND 100 PER CENT FREE OF
lit \VIIT of 11.\I. )(y. Ml degrees :TV: ''
r. 4i A.A ft to Road *. w nns tt BANGS DISEASE 1'
I'OB See 14. Twp 37. Rl 3J1. t"l .W. B.
will bt offered f.r sale it pnblle I Hargraves
err f.r til highest end best rash bid.
nbjept to the right of the Itoird of
(nmmUilnneri .f Everglades PrilnneDlmrlet ALL ARE REGISTERED OR SUBJECT TO I

t. reject laY and ell bide .t' _.
the (rnrthnnirp bertnilnf it It M REGISTRATION -
oVIock A. M. on the 2ndlsv of I
March 1844 Faaement for dralnaiiH SUPERVISOR OF REGISTRATION
Sod rpol.niitl.. lId rid
will b. reaerv.A. 'u'P..1


Clerk .f tb. ("t milt fart : -
.f Okecrkolx Canals, 1'1.! -. .........-. .
(!Spilt Mi. .. sent for aald Board I .. ..-.. .
By phr.ali' P IM> Depots Clerk






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'" ===0:':ss!!:':s:':@:':sa:':sa:'.Im.-::EI..1 J..'."""""""",,,'.,'. '.,'. s.\ :I flee of Supervisor of Registration'| I will appreciate your vote and''General Election In November of this In the trial of all matters coming

subject to the First Primary May support. year, I pledge continued honest, before me. I respectfully solicit the
iiu SOCIAL '' 2, 1944. If re-elected I will try to I I OMAR HUNT faithful and loyal service to the tax. support and vote of the voters of
NEWS give the ]lawful service as I and
, you payers citizens and will !give Okeechobee County,
uii (III have tried In the past. Thankingyou I FOR TAX ASSESSOR continued fair and Impartial decisions T. W. CONELY, JR.
I.. .. .._.._.._. .,._ _._ ..,_..._.._-,---.-- ... for vote and I take this to
..',e=;,',e=;,';i i;';EI! 0';. .;; !5o, ';;j;;=s;;ess;;==s:';ESS:; :;;s.. your support opportunity announce
W. B. HARGRAVE I that I am a candidate for
Captain and K. Williams, bond for county .. .
I Ire-election] to the office of Tax ---- ---------------.---
son and two 116.00.
FOR REPRESENTATIVE IN TAE j Assessor subject to the May pri
phy, spent last of Okeechobee, water C. H.
In Okeechobee jail Jan. $8.40. LEGISLATURE mary.
I wish U announce that I aneaidldata a Your vote and support will be ap ERNEST R.
and greeting Ice Delivery, Ice coupon
for ra-eleetl! as Representative preciated.
.; $2.80.
In the Florida Legislature ROBERT LA MARTIN
Mr. and Mrs. Culbreth, kerosene for
for Okeechobee County la tae sewing ----"
sons, Kay and house, $10.60.
primary election. Your continued bR
Clewlston] spent I I L. Conrad attending County FOR TAX ASSESSOR OF GRAHAMSolicits
support will 'be appreciated.
bee visiting ] Jan., $3.00. OKEECHOBEE COUNTY
A. Conrad, salary jailer, I am a candidate for Tax Assessor I)
Mr. and Mrs. ,. $60.60. of Okeechobee County subject to the Your Consideration -
Clewiston spent 'E, Bass, salary County Comm. FOR REPRESENTATIVE IN THE will of the voters In the Democratic I of His Candidacy -

Sunday here $74.30. LEGISLATUREI Primary May 2. If elected I will ,(; Y
Mr. and Mrs W. E. Hewitt, refund on. 1936 herewith announce my candidacy faithfully perform the duties of that '
for member of the State Legislature
-- .. paid, $36.00. office Your Influence, vote and FOR
] from pkeechobee County,
W. Conely, Jr. salary, Juvenile port will be greatly appreciated.W. IUP'I I I
Co. State of Florida, subject to the will I .coat s
Jan., $16.00. R. (Roy) r'fi s y GOVERNORQualified
of the people In the Democratic primary I
) R. Raulerson, postage lot -
of May 2, 1944.
Transact ni notices, 1100. FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER j '
Your vote and support will be ap- :
News and DISTRICT No. 4
8I printing '
preciated. a: \-A State Senator for (
\ $20.76. I wish to announce that I am a
Fine and Forfeiture Fund candidate for the office of County .
C. Durranco, conviction fees FOR SHERIFF OF OKEECHOBEE Commissioner from District No. 4 V-.\ Successful Farmer

6000. COUNTYI for Okeechobee County subject to \'-A World War I Veteran-
R. Raulerson, cost bills Coun hereby announce that I am a the Democratic Primary May 2. I V-A Civil Engineer
Roy R Rauler
Court January $37.05. candidate for the office of sheriff will appreciate the vote and support
press charges, 09 W. Conely, Jr., docket fees of Okeechobee County In the Demo of everyone. Paid for by Oki'echobot County Friends of Ernest R. Graham
$12.00 cratic Primary to be held May 2, GILBERT CULBRETH.
Gainous for Feb.
:: L. Conrad, cost bills Sheriff Your vote and support will be appreciated 1I 1--------------..
$25.70. Corp. $226.711.Road FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER I ......." .' ...,...., \ If"'" _
and Bridge Fund N. 0. STEWARTFOR DISTRICT No. 1

Roll Dist No.2, labor, I wish to announce that I am a
:..:..:..:..:..:--:..:-:..:..: : : : SHERIFF OF OKEECHOBEE candidate for re-election to the office YOUR TIRES SMOOTH OR NEED
..................................> Smith 3 COUNTYI
labor District No. of County Commissioner from
county wide, $24.00. am a candidate for reelection to District No. 1 for Okeechobee County
Gilbert the office of Sheriff of Okeechobed REPAIRING?
Roll Dist No.4, labor In the Democratic Prli iary May
County subject to the voters In tin e
CRAZY"j 2. I will appreciate the vote and
Democratic Primary May 2. Your
Roll tractor and grader, la support of everyone.
continued vote and support will, be
Sunday ,' $00.00.'. Grocery Store asilg road appreciated. B. C. SWAIN Have the work done by Humphries at Fort

Dist. No. 4, $1G .80. -L. L. CONRAD. FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER: I I Pierce. Nine years experience-one of the south's

Bros, material FOR SHERIFF OF OKEECHOBEE DISTRICT No. 2 finest plants.
No.1, 2 and 4, $64.49. COUNTYI I wish to announce that I am a 1
Dubarry Bass, Dist. No. 2 $9.26. candidate succeed a i We have doubled
gas wish to announce that I am a to myself as just our capacity, operate

C. Paige, gas Dist.' No. 4, $17.88 candidate for the office of sheriff member of the Board of County 24 hours daily and can give prompt service. We
R, Raifsnider, gas that No. 4, of Okeechobee County In the Democratic Commissioners of Okeechobee County
Primary election to be held in from District No. 2 subject to the have plenty of best grade truck and passenger

Also: \ Tax Fund, Income I I'Ith.holdine May 1944. I served as State Game will of the voters of Okeechobee t'ubber.o rationing certificates now required.

Subject "U. S. withheld for Jan. $7.30. Warden for eleven years and feel County In the Democratic PrimaryIn

LATE Garage, repairs county trucks, I that I gained experience that will May. I will appreciate the vote Large stock new passenger, truck and tractor

greatly benefit me In the sheriff's and support of everyone. tires and tubes.

Jones, repairs county trk., or:lce. I solicit your vote and support W. F. WALKER ,

In the coming primary and If
'. Serv. Sta., gas and re elected to this Important office 1 I FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONERDISTRICT
Dials. No. 2 and 4, $33.87. I will serve the people of th Countyto No. S Call or write :

Culbreth, gas Duts. Noa. : the best of my; ability.R. I take this opportunity to announce
4, $586. E. (BOB) PADGETT that I am a candidate for reelection HUMPHRIES TIRE & RETREADING
Agricultural Fund to the office of County

A. Fulford, salary] county agt. FOR SHERIFF OF OKEECHOBEE Commissioner for Okeechobee County I COMPANY
Virginia $98.30. COUNTYI from District No. 3 In the Democratic .

Dana S. Underhill recording fees take this opportunity to an Primary to be held May 2. I Pnone 139 Fort Pierce, Fla.
continued vote
3000. nounco that I am a candidate for will appreciate your

] Tax Fund Income the office Of sheriff of Okeechobee and support. ,. ..
Also: V : withheld for Jan. $1.70. County In the Democratic Primaryto ERNEST HILLIARD ,- ,.';-. -' ..;.,, -. '-': ,

BINGO ---- be held In May I will appreciateyour : -- -Stfltg1R3iwttli
printing at The NewsPOLITICAL vote and support. FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER ) )tat$ it it u'a x it u ire 1t1l'l'I'lft.r"O'JJI' ; ( Jt1J't: 1rJt%. _
I take this opportunity to an

Coming FOR SHERIFF OK OKEECIIOBEE nounce that I am a candidate for f 4

"S1LUTE TO : I COUNTY the office of County Commissioner YOUR MONEY IS SAFE
I take this opportunity to announce from District No. 3 tot Okeechobee

"I that I am a candidate for the County In the Democratic Primary
"STAR SI'.tN(; office ef Sheriff of Okeechobee May 2. I will appreciate your vote
"LASSIE RE-ELECTION' TO OFFICE OF County subject to the will of the and support. I 71xi, WHEN YOU KEEP IT IN A
voters in the Democratic Primary F. M. MOBLEY I \0.

'. . ... .CRAZY"i'. . .... ....i.v. 1 "-if to announce that I am a May 2. I will appreciate the vote CHECKING fl
.. ........ ,.. .... ....... \ candidate for re-election to the Of- ACCOUNT
)(":" :' ":":' '-:":- : : : :- : :--: : :- : : : and support of the people of the FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER: : i

u __ county. DISTRICT 0 o. 4
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J. A. ABN'EY I take this opportunity to an.
nounce that I am a candidate for reelection Your signature is the only key that will h huJ !

. FOR SUPERINTENDENT OF as a member of the Board 1
i open your account no thief reachit.
PUBLIC INSTRUCTION of County Commissioners from can

HORSE RACESLaBelle I take this opportunity to announce County Commissioners District No. k it. You are completely protected
that I am a candidate for Superintendent 4 of Okeechobee County In the I ,

of Public Instruction for Democratic Primaries In :May. I will = against loss of that kind. It's good business III
Okeechobee County In the Demo appreciate the vote and support of ,

cratic Primary In May. the people of the county.C. too. Your cancelled checks are ironclad
Florida Your vote and support will be appreciated E. DRAWDY
receipts for every bill you pay. ;


SUPERINTENDENT: OF I wish to announce that I am a
I PUBLIC INSTRUCTIONThis : candidate for reelection as County I

Is to announce that I am a Commissioner from District No. 5 t

Saturday and Sunday candidate for re-election! to the office for Okeechobee County In the Demo I'I, ,,
of Superintendent of Public Instruction cratic Primary May 2. I will appreciate (I I

of Okeechobee County sub your continued vote and

ject to the Democratic primary May support.
2nd. I will appreciate the vote and R. E. (EDDIE) BASS
support of everyone. e e I ie

FOR MEMBER: OF SCHOOIL hereby announce my candidacy
FORT THOMPSON PARK BOARD DISTRICT No. 2 for reelection as Clerk of the Clr. I I

.. I wish to announce that I am a cult Court of Okeechobee County
FEATURING candidate for member of the School subject to the Democratic Primary

Board from District No. 2 In the May 2. I will appreciate your vote i
'. ..
"DIXIE"Champion Democratic Primary May 2. I will and support. I
flkeechote ,
appreciate your vote and support. ROY R. RAULERSON. I i County
of Quarter Horse Races at Orlando, V. E. (VAN) LIGHTSEY -

Fla., 1944, Mark Britt, Owner FOR COUNTY JUDGE OF 1

"ALEXANDER BORDER" DISTRICT No. 2 hereby announce' that I am a. zi i Bank :
I wish' to announce that I am a candidate for the office of County "I f .

Odis Cowart, Owner, CnterHiII, Fla. candidate for reelection aa a memo Judge of Okeechobee County In the .
.. ber of the School Board from District Democratic Primary May 2. If t *'"-- Ph.ne 15 -

"JOE No. 2 for Okeechobee County. nominated and elected I will serve
I! will appreciate the continued Tote the people to the beet of my ability. I
and support of all of the people of I will appreciate your vote and support "- Deposits Insured through Federal Deposit
B. Hendry Owner LaBelle Fla.
... my district. Insurance Corporation

L' American Legion Clewiston Post FOR MEMBER SCHOOL BOARD FOR COUNTY JUDGEI J C. H, McNULTY President N. RAY CARK9LL, Vice-FresUeni
DISTRICT No. 2 hereby announce ny candidacy!
I candidate for the office of )
am a for re-election to the office of Coon-
No. 83 j.- School Board Member from District ty, Judge of Okeechobee Co. and If E U. Misery J- M* toe, Sr. J. t, Pearce Allea XarkiamFRIDU

to. 2 for Okeechobee County In the nominated In the Democratic Primaries .

.' ,,Democratic Primary May 2. In fay and elected In thee ,





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