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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 25, 1944
Publication Date: -1992
Frequency: triweekly[<1989>-1992]
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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).
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olume 29 Number 30 Okeechobee, Florida, Friday, February 25, 1944 Price Five Cents

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News of Our Boys, National Authorized Airlines to Extend Is i I j!| Senator Pepper 1 Announces for Reelection 'I I[ Egg Produced Weighing By 6 R.Ounces I. Red ': {WFA Buys Eggs i: y'


Its Route to New York I Hen In Lake County
Various Announces ForHeelection
In Camps :i ; And Produce To .;.

Tampa, rub 24The Civil Aero- I Eustls, Feb, 24 A hen's egg

At Home & AbroadI uautus/ Board this week authorized ought to ,the Eustis Lake Region Aid Lunch RoomsDuring

National Airlines to extend its 1 mf% >rs I this week caused editor George Hopkins
to Mr "Believe It-Or Not"
t page -
I !News is m re- Miami. Tampa Jacksonville,
route Tallahassee, Feb 23. (Special)
the
Ripley, He states the egg, produced past week the War
,i !letter from, Lieutenant from Jacksonville\ to New York
1"t via
-Senator Claude Pepper, as long xfiected Food Administration
b.v a Rhode Island Red owned by has purchased
)it I 1'll'p'n[ who ha" been tulomd Savannah Charleston, Wilmington, !
made formal announcement
In Florida
Henry Self city clerk of Umatllla, In excess of 2,000 cases
', I in California for the past Norfolk and Philadelphia today of hi. candidacy for re.elcctlon. I weighed a fraction over 6 of shell eggs under the Southern '
ounces,
n ,nil he states that he has been Eastern Airlines 'I p'eggs
was authorized I| was over eight and one-quarter Egg Marketing Program These
Crowder Mo.
I
" ran-'rred to Camp ,
to operate between Tampa and Miar i. With eight years experience, he I I Inches in circumference and nine have been shipped to County
I Ink that the Okccchoboe Newt i I
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'I via West n
PaInt
Beach which lea stressed what he considered the and one.quarter inches the oblong Superintendents for distribution to

-wit to him at that place. route also used by National Air. value of seniority of service, and I way The egg contained a normal school lunch programs In their
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lines added that Senator Fletcher had I sized egg within the mammoth shell county, based on the number of +

I M, >K<'ant Albert Berka, Jr., left An I .y I children served meals shown
application of the Seaboard served 28 jean and Senator Trammel plus one in the outside chamber as on

.,1< night' to return to the army) I(I Airways for service between New 21.Pepper's. I veritable "twoi none" the applications submitted to the

i iiinn> camp at Camp Van Doorn, York and y Office of
Miami Food Distribution
was denied along I statement dealt largely I The owner said this hen produced ,

vi< after spending/ ten days here I with applications of Pennsylvania with his senate committee assignmerits. ,, three eggs of this approximate size The State Welfare Board is the

'I In< parents, Mr and Mrs. Al- Anlmc'8 for service I distributing for all
I between Rocky i and died. Editor Hopkins opines agency com.

'.. rt Berka, Sr.e a I Point' N r' :md Jacksonville, andEIIt"ln I "Only three senators available for!I, SES.\TOR I'EI'I'ERI 'Thi WPB appeal for greater food moditlcs purchased under price support

Airline between New York the chairmanship outrank me on the production was evidently, too much programs, and arrangementshave

First clans petty officer, Fred and :Miami' along the coastal routes. foreign relations committee which I roi llei Henship." been made by W F. Catling,

\\'iI."n, Jr, left Sunday night to : ---ViRepublicans-- ,, Florida Asked to Supply ---Y State Director of Commodity DI..
will, to a large degree determine I
i "+mi to the Great Lakes Navel l tribution, with County Superintendents -
Elect I the ki. d of a peace we are to have Greater Quantities of Iron
I I.u ding Camp at Chicago, III, af- State ComptrollerJ. in practically all counties to
after the victory, and whether we And Heavy Scrap Metal
I ipending fifteen days here on : accept these commodities and make

I lac.. c with his parents, Mr. and ; Officers for New I, are to have World war HI to cure M. Lee distribution to school lunch programs .

Mir, Fred Wilson, Sr I another generationAs I II JacksonUlle, Feb. 21 C. G Campbell QualifiesFor in their respective counties t

Florida Salvage Director, on
a member of the special postwar
g e I It that for the next two
6th Dist. planning committee of which his return from a conference with He-nomination appears
I'fr E. M. Robinson arrived in Sunday or three months we will have an
Senator George Is chairman it I.I I.I WPB salvage officials said that
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" hub,., Wednesday from the i adequate supply of eggs for any
my privilege to speak for Florida in Florida would be called
an1 \ training camp et Atlantic I upon to sup county or school that can use them
I At an'", tug' held in the directors the effort must make to Tallahassee, Feb U--Special-( )
great we ply greater quantities of heavy met .
Bah. near Jacksonville, and i I. I If any school or county needs additional
I room of the Okeechobee Coun- Confirming the
from generally expected
the nation's
change
economy al and Iron turn In twice
pending, 101* time here with his scrap as supplies, this office shouldbe
I ity Bank ln-t Sunday afternoon aRepublican and another State Comptroller J. M. Lee quali-
mother He will leave March 6 to war to peace to prevent many tin cans as last year, and four Immediately advised. Shipmentswill
Congressional Committee depression with its tragic toll of I fied this morning with the secretaryof 'I
i Hun to camp. times as much waste fat and wastepaper be made direct to the County
j was formed for the newly created suffering and eacrifiee.i state to seek re-nomination at
e e I II I if we are to meet the new Superintendents on Government bill
; Sixth .Congressional District of the Democratic primaries In
May
u id. comes that Charley Robin. I "Due to my membership on the stiff quotas called for to keep the of lading, charges prepaid Distribution
which
I Okeechobee County Is a part. I In discussing the step with mem
committee on small business, FlorIda \..U' effort going at top speed.
'm' who entered the army in Du C. H. to schools should be made by
McNulty president of the berg of the staff of the office, assembled -
h"r has been lent to New Or- has a spokesman for the small Campbell praised the 130 local the County Superintendent on the
I Okeechoboe County Bank and Re- businessman in Florida I| salvage committees In the state for at a sort of birthday party
,II \I lire he is undergoing trninIIE basis of one dozen eggs per child
publican National
Committeeman "As chairman of a special com the splendid work they had doneI for the comptroller he reminded his month .
I jfor Florida presided at the meet. that while per a '
I employees they didn't
V-- mittce on wartime health and education ,\ warned that efforts must be redoubled Present indications are that we

Traffic infl I am able to give particular : for we. have a tough jobahead. have to vote for him just because will have an adequate supply of
,
Passenger Mgr. The .
I following officers were elected they worked under him he'd, sort of r
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for all school lunch
cabbage pro.
of Illinois Central RR. to serve the new congressional i appreciate their help and went on .

Will Retire April 1st district: ,i I to add "and another thing; you grams. At the present time, receiving

I, Martin Anderson, Arcadia, chair folks don't have to ask me who to point for cabbage within this
I area will be Orlando and DeLand.
'hicuB", Feb 24-J, V Lankan' vote for In any race. If you weren't

nn--i near traffic manager of the man.Mrs.: ., Mittie Harrington, LaBelle, Too Late to Classify intelligent and good citizens enoughto However, Tf arrangements can be
il made for a carload of COO 5'poundbags
chairman.C .
Illinois' (entrul Railroad and a pio- vie? use your best judgment for the .
be distributed from other
to
; B. Spcer, Lake Worth, vice bent interests of
nci i in 'many travel innovations, announced the state you
Russell locations to school lunch programs, stkL
tin week that he will rev chaIrman By Kay wouldn't be In my employ Your de-

i april 1. .* G-.H.[ Alexander, JiUC'f Oordv, sue, _'h .. 4 t- ...-.. 'w' ____ tt'n 11S10rJ4MdeROngdjodgmegtIn \ ; can be .rrantred ,, n
""ol1'on l'tlTiiat t 'tCod. '.khh<<"'
V., lanlunn organized the first I reta1\,. I affairs between this office and

.. .xp, < nse tours ever conducted by A"C' >,Sanson Fort Myers, Speaking at the annual dinner of have given long and serious thought the public will make It possible for will be In relative abundance thru-

", ai i road--the Illinois Central mid. 't''er. treasur.I I the United States Sugar Corporationlast to the future, we recognize the responsibilities I me to be renomlnated therefore I out the greater part of the countyIn
cabbage
March white new
potatoes;
IIlt'r tours to the Mardi Gras at Among the Republicans who are week President Clarence R, resting on private enterprise am asking you to continue your good
and
to plan for the future and ; eggs; soya flour, grits,
prominent In the State
s. u Orleans). The parking of Pull. ] organizationwho Bitting gave details of a diversification assistance through another cam-
: flakes wheat flour and bread;
at'' attended besides Mr McNultywere make such plans effective. That's ;
mign
ii -'c.ping( cars for housing my only political request
"mi convention. was inaugurated I Ii C. C. Spades, of St. Augustine, program for the Everglades "Vie have not only planned for the, of you" I I macaroni; spaghetti, noodle.; oat
that will cost nearly $20,000,000 and meal breakfast foods; fresh
; rye
i,' ,I.r his direction for the AmorlHI chairman of the State Republican future but we have carried such V I
I provide year-round employment for and grapefruit canned
.' Legion national convention at 'Executive Committee, J. Leonard plans to the point of being mada effective Miss Deretha Walker oranges ;
more than 7,500 and waxed beans frozen vegetables -
persons green ;
\;, w Orleans In 1922:! Ha also origlmtirl Replogle of Palm Beach, and Newman as soon as restrictions are
' I the shipping of automobiles | T. Miller of West Palm Beach. 1 Include, in the developrient plan, lifted." And Staff Sgt. James (excluding peas, lima bean.

i V which I Is already under way are Yoemans Are Married and corn); peanut butter; dry mix
b> freight, for railroad passengers to The sugar corporation Is working
various projects' that will make Immediate ., and dehydrated soups; and citrus
us, at their destination. Jaycee Field Ft. Pierce, closely with the veterans adminis- -

He took a leading part in design- Is Being Made Ready for fort. These contribution include to starch the war housebuildings ef tiation and It. future plans call for Mr. and Mrs. J. H Walker Jr., marmalade y

mir first streamline trains-the Rodeo the employment of as many ex- announce the marriage of their
Opening Friday that will six Civic Club Sponsors
i.rer Diamond' the City of Miami I cover acres service men as possible. So great daughter, Deretha, to Staff Sgt.

and the Panama Limited. As a north. t i The Jaycee fold, Fort Pierce, has lof ground and produce 75,000,000 are the resources of this area and James Ware Yoemans, son of Mr. City Beautification DayAt

and-south railroad, the Illinois Co |I been transfixed into a western net- pounds' of starch annually; a water I so limitless the possibilities for ag and Mrs. K. Yoemans of Fort Ogden .

tral under Mr. Lanigan's guidance'took ting. The chutes, corrals and arena supply system1 that will provide ricultural and Industrial develop Fla., in a quiet ceremony the noon luncheon on Tuesdaythe )

the lead In popularizing winter)!1 are almost complete and ready for more than 20,000,000 gallons of wa ment that if allowed to do so, free which was performed at the homeof Okeechobee Civic Club discussed

locations to New Orleans, Florida, ( the St. Lucie County Cattlemen'i ter daily from Lake Okeechobee, a I enterprise could greatly expand its Rev Robt. H. Anthony, Presbyterian and adopted a proposal to ob

the Mississippi Gulf Coast and other,I rodeo Feb 25, 28 and 27 The wild quantity equal to the requirements I efforts and ,Insure profitable employment : minister, Tampa February19th. serve a day for cleaning up the city

southern resorts. |I stock, bucking horses steers and of a city of 50,000 population, a for not only Florida service and beautifying it. Among other 4

Starting work for the Illinois Brahman bulls are being moved In waste disposal plant that will return men on their return, but thousands The bride chose for. her weddinga things 1 ij was thought necessary to

Central in 1900 as a clerk in the |j from the ranch at Venus and will be to the lake a greater quantity and from other states as well. lavender crepe suit with white accessories provide the park area with more

Passenger Department at Chicago,' purer quality than that of the water and wore.corsage of large wire baskets as receptacles for
quartered at Jaycee field till after Travel restrictions make it diffl- ,
withdrawn
few hours additional
a earlier
Mr Lanipan was appointed assistant pink carnations, paper and trash; to paint the band
the l last
performance of the rodeo cult
| to get around and feel the pub.
general passenger agent in 1011. Sunday afternoon, All rodeo stock iteam generating. facilities hire Yoemans, who Is the' oldest .t 'nd and the arbor In the park; to
| lie pulse and while I was not ableto
general passenger agent In 1922 and |i arrived Wednesday, furnished by I to provide 100,000 pounds of live daughter of Mr and Mrs. Walker, trim trees of the park where needed,
get Into the back I did
country
steam hour which
pa-eenger traffic manager In 1927. I Oscar Clcmons, and is being select- per will drive a have an opportunity to meet and Is a native of Okeechobee. She has and to set vine., shrubbery and

He ,is also president of the Amerij j ed from one of the largest and fin. new turbo-generator that"' will pro. been employed with tire PeninsularTelephone flower beds at various parts of the
talk
with
I publishers, business men
duce 85,000 KWH each21 hours .
can Association of Passenger Traf-1 I est herds of stock cattle and horses Company of:Tampa for park, and make any other Improvements
j .thus' doubling the existing capacity, and civic leaders of the Lake Okee
fit Officers I the past several months which may seem advisable.
In Florida, It was declared. chobee area during nltwo day. InI
Mr. lanlgun has a host of friends i'! Quite a number of "outlaw" buck. I Bitting said some units of the I the section ) Sgt. Yoemans has recently com The club also went on record askingthe

throughout the state of Florida. Hit i rig: hor -
retirement at this time is on acv '' the riding ability of the cowboys 'b. ready for operation within 60I t In North Africa and Sicily as an Club, the P. T A. and the public
i|I' As far as the Governor' race Is
fount of hii health. i I a'd, iwgirls I days and other units will be ready aerial gunner and Ie now stationedat school to cooperate In carrying out
find little"interest In ,
you politics
V !I I I Almost $2,000 has been hung up : each succeeding month with power I concerned, while! seldom encounter MacDlll Field, Tampa as an Instructor the plan., A committee was appoint.
you
L. L. Stuckey Is Strong !i, h ile management which will be plant completing the entire grogram who he is goingto ; ed to confer ,with the other organl-

before the first of next October. anyone says The couple will be at home to cations, above mentioned, and to I
For the Eradication of |I paid out as purses to the winning I vote for Lex Green, they tell you I ,
Work has already started the '
on their friends at 212 Beach work with them.
cowboys and cowgirls in the saddle many
Mosquitoes in Florida he is the man to beat and consider
water line from Lake Okeechobee, I Place, Hyde Park Tampa. Committee.
bronc riding bull riding, steer him out In front. The only other I .SI
on various building units and on the 'Y
Friends attending the weddingwere
Pahokce, Feb. 21.-L. L. Stuckey, wrestling and calf roping events. I gubernatorial candidates mentioned
: 145 foot tower that will hold a Albert Mrs. Christine J
Hayden,
Pahok'-o farmer and business man The program also Inclndei trick and : here were Senator Ernest Graha'm I Democratic NationalCommitteewoman
I quarter million gallons of water. Phllson and Misses Rhoda Edwards*
fancy roping and >ld: e
who ,is a candidate for Congress ng and Millard Caldwell who both seem Was
i "Today," Bitting said, "the Everglades and Langford. I .
Kitty
Advance tickets .
.
from the newly created Sixth Diitr ; went on sale to 'have a following Visitor Here This Week
I
i is 'of increasing v-
'ot. this week added a new plankto Saturday in the alley next to Ru. [ entering a period Some Interest Is (\being evidencedIn

Inn. platform when ho came out |I I i bin's store and will continue' on sale. : value to the nation, indeed the aelectlon'of the districts first President of Florida I Mrs Polly Rose Balfe, of Jackson

1 the forepart of this week. A special the area may well be said to be on
strongly for eradication of mosqul- congressman Five have qualifiedfor Power & Light Co. Was

toe ,m Florida! "I know," Mr. Stuc- I effort is being made: toward the alv the threshold of its opportunity. the race, Edgar u. Hamilton, at. Visitor- Here Tuesday' ville, Democratic National Committeewoman

'. 1 "The promise! contained In its opportunity for Florida was a visitor
v me sale of tifViti that h<< ,
key said, "that concerted effort on |I so torney of West Palm Beach) L, L.

the part of the Florida delegation ', crowds may lie Handled with mor-' ''' will\ be realized by those Stuckey, vegetable grower'; and bus! ", McGregor Smith, of Miami; president I In Okeechobee Wednesday morning.

In congress can bring to successful speed and accuracy I who have retained the pioneering ness man of Pahokee; Frank Rawls\ of the Florida Power & Light )I I Mrs Balfe, known. to everyone as

conolu lon a campaign for federalasaatance ,, The net proceeds of rodeo, it was! spirit which has made America great Fort Pierce; Dwight Rogers, attor Company, was a visitor who spent "Polly Rose" was named National

In clearing our state of j stated, will be used for the purchase and will carry, America to even ney of Ft. Lauderdale, and Peter J, Tuesday night and Wednesday j I Committeewoman at the meeting of
greater heights
thi- malicious pest I shall do of war bonds The rodeo opens Cunningham, West Palm Beach. morning In Okeechobee.. Mr Smith I
Friday night Feb 21, with perform.I | "Demagogues," he said, "are want the State Democratic Executive Committee
everY'j I
thing possible to champion Stuckey) because he Is a local man came here from West Palm Beach
Saturday:; night and Sunday r 'to make rosy but unfulfillable prom. and held In Jacksonville January
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cause i I I recognized for his business abll where he attended a meeting of this

Mr. Stuckey one of the founders', afternoon lees for the future Here, In the Ity, Is the favorite In this area with! district and went from here to Arcadia ... '

of the Florida Vegetable committeeand I I : Everglades private enterprise has Dwight Rogers next but'most folks, and :"other West Coast cities. 17th.She attended the meeting of the

a member of the board of direc (I'' tee of the Florida Farm Bureau Fed fulfilled the promise before It was are pretty much fed up with lawyers : He was on business for,, his company National Committee held In Wash. ..

tors until he announced for congress, ,I eration. He has been an ardent made, In office and feel that what we need f and was accompanied by Henry Ington the last of January and Is

was last week unanimously! elected! worker in the Farm' Bureau for "The United States Sugar Corporation today is sound, practical, experlenc I Keel also of ,the Florida Power now campaigning for election'lit' the

chairman of the vegetable commit- many years Its officers and directors ed business men of proven ability: and Light Company, Primary May 2. :
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PAGE TWO THE OKEECHOBEE NEWS FRIIUY FEBRUARY 25, 1941

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Legal Advertisementsat United GrowersShippersGives ficea of Florida Vot.... For Conatl j available by the Governor The new Sarasota; Representatives Jerry Col-

hccdjohec Ncfu Endorsment to The tutionnl Government, set up In the group composed of members of Una, Sarasota; James L, Hardin,

the Courthouse beginning at 10.00 Declaration of Principles Gentile Building 423 S. Orange three legislative committees will Lakeland; Butter. Dowda, Palatka

Published Every >n
Okeechobee) News Co., at Okeechobee reclamation and road purposes Orlando who are responding to a direct mall their respective chairmen Johnson, Tavares; N. Ray Carroll,
maareed.EOARD Feb 24--Following similar I
IIP
Okeechobee County, ?Florid will OF COMMIWOXEH appeal and to the press reports and Members of the committee are as Klaalmmee; Warren G. Sanchez,
action by the Florida Farm Bureau
UK K\r.1ULADE3 DKA1NAUB editorials published throughout the follows: Sen. A. L. Wilson, Quincy : Live Oak; Archie Clement, Tarpon
DISTRICT. Federation, the United Crow-
BRYANT BOWDEN __ Editor
M it.v HOY n. nu'i.EusoN, state during the past few day.Y .. : chalrn.an; Sen W. Turner Butler 'Spring; and Harry L. McDonald
Clerk of the Circuit Court of era & Shippers Aaaoclatlon, representing I _.
Barringer, .
Madison Son Harrison
Entered as second class matter Okppcholiee Countv. 'Florida' approximately. 40 per cent of - ---- 1 ; Tampa.

July I, 1914 at the Post Office In as agent for auld lion rd. '
'. Committee to'
B\ flolhronlll.n.o. Deputy Clerk the atato citrus production that Appointed
Okeechobee, Florida under the
NOTICE TO APPEARIN ': moves in Interstate commerce, gave Make Study of Efficiency
Act of March 8, 1879.
TUB .NAMB OF TUBrlfUH its endorsement. to the "Declaration I
And Gov. where sit.
OF FLORIDA. Economy By From
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TO AII.FKN FI1IIKK" CAltVKH.MII erf Principle" advocated by the ie- .
Reading notices In local columns, \ >*K LAST KNOWN AI>DHKS >4 -
WAS ;8413 N. MHCIIAMCS: srithKT" cently formed Florida Votora For Tallahassee Feb. 24A I
10 cents a line. Rates for display governmental
,
BKIiltlK.N; hIMtlNUS: MICHIGAN. Constitutional Government
advertising furnished on applica! lot lire hereby required to file ap- research committee to take
iieiirniici' In thla, proceeding herein Notified of the action by general Jo Mush .
tion. Classified advertising 3 cents
1 I'mnk Carver In nnelngou for ill- over the functions of three special fy :_
each word per Insertion. AH Items nine. with the CI.KKK (rlIW'Tr manager Murl Pace of United Grow.en legislative committees. was appointed
regarding enterprises conducted for COfllT Ht OKEFA'IIOUFK' ;, FI.OHIDA, & Shippers, Mr. R. D. Keene, .4 ,
.
nn or bornre the It tile Pay Mnrcb II, this week by Governor Spetsard I
profit are chargeable at rdvertislng 1'M4.! A. D ;: iilherulHe jniiirment will president of the voters group ex. Holland.

rates he\V1TMSS entereil: :"' imiiliml nn Iniml you and In neal default.of this pressed aatiafaction at receiving I, Bob Newcomb wu reading .. a Put Ae tUmffi flay IrMa 4
The committee will
I Court at Iikeochobee, okvei'hnbeeCountv the encouragement and support of new operate I letter the other day-from KU *..lag back to are the llttloiMplo
this 8tb of Keh- .
Florida day
with a $5,000 fund made .
SUBSCRIPTION RATE: runrA. U. 1044 this strong organization In the effort emergency lOa U the Marina. Dick Nrsfomb'i yUuwM that saw

One year In advance ......_........ $3.00 (!SEAL) KOY It. HAl'LEHSOX,of to restore Constitutional Government somewhere 1 1m the Sooth kom%. to .* ol mo-Bfco m iomiioookosl .
Clerk of tlm Circuit( Court
Six months in advance ...-....... 1.00 the Ninth Judicial. nf Florida. and provide voters. of this FMtflc, thousand of miles iVosm mMol,a gtao* of her__
In and for OkeerhobeeCountv be write to Mk s gm.. of .......M r
Three months In advance ........ .75 atate with a yardstick by which Mmeret;
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Sopbronbi" / I'IMIKC, Deputy Clerk, candidates for office might be mea TeD 1s'., Dad, ai. .., urn ,
Advertising bills are payable on Man Attorney\ : Sniiilerfiir. for Plaintiff Schulman sured. I FARM WORKCREATES .Hek IIoneIbo ei bark W" Bar'st Jesus VlMTO I ., OM Of .aj*

the first of each month. Parties __ laf Jku7 \.... mj tavs4 km aest imcnd obUfatloM hor atto

unknown to publishers required to Tensing! the "Declaration of Prin ....T An tia. tract MB Mttefkt ..... U koop thOM ttUJajtrnlDd

pay In advance. :NOTICE OF TF\TIOV LAM TO SH.I ciples" sound and constructive, Paceexpreeeed / .....*'* Crak7" omaartljr tjvsy rvMcm.kor

-.-.- -- the hope that all ..tateroupi tbtta- tt t. &tst *.
NfiriCK 'IS' IIKItEBV. ; lilVKN hot IIh1L.. 70* ruDst soffit 1w .
piiriumit to "Sei'tlnn 13 (III I Chaiiter'JiHL'is would get squarely behind. i CITY JOBS lIMa *r_ then m thinking ...14 n
Legal AdvertisementsNOTICE Lnwi of Florida. ActH of Mil( I : 1
nnil "Section ITT, Chapter 11717, Lnwi ofMnrldii the movement so that it would be about Sort, they're fighting for ( ,.

11.Ails 1 Chnpler of 11131,yS na .ninemled Inuit livSection of made plain to political leaden, Just I Democracy and rntdorm and a o". .' j j.u.r

IN The Name of. TOPPFK theSTATE .'lnrlll'l.10 of 1041. the follow Ingllemrlbell 1 how the people feel with regard to | c 1 -. World Toa csTsw. ,
'land III Okee<'hobee Colllilv.
OP FI.OHIIHTo Inrliln) to nit : | government.. II j 1I I
III.IKN:" ; 8 \\MII.UM nhoInut e
!Loin 1 to i mid in to I'll. Illk 11wrllmi'HI .J
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knew mlilri'ns illllE Illvil. In addition from organized
i wee | to support
'hnrlnlli>. North ('..,,111'8. ; A'lillllonItivltiiilng I JsV, Mo/. series (14k JH4 "y l...
Yon arc hcri'h\ ro<|iilri>il In files an- TT feet North 'nut 4M group. letters. and pledgeI
fietVi, t nf Nnrtben Corner <>fNVi I
roarnmlit KnilM1lliiniN tills In prowillnff..",'1111"u whprMn for Dltorco. ol M-1:t4. run "South 210 feel I I cards have been pouring Into the ofI -
with the Clerk or Circuit Court thence WcHt nil feet ; thence North -1" I
lit Okiwtinlw. Klorliln. mi or lipforo feel thenee lOiml: IMI f'( "See. 22 Tat3T |" I II I
the kola l> In Marrli,. nhloh l lMnrih to ) N. linn ire .1.1 E. I tip.
tlth. A.ny: n. Nil ;: nDiprnlip Jmlir, 1:1: of N'j: "f NWVi of M''i!' II"-' II Ii
mart, will IK iMifi'H'H iiiriilimr you by Jfwp, 37 liBe. 33 I Denmark Furniture
drfnnlr.' Will bc-offcroil for mile nt publicnuler i Co.I
WITXES1 mlinml nut m-nl" nf this \' for I the lilichent mid In-I, null
Court nt ikeerholM'n, Okorcholn1 bill.. mibtect to I the right of the Bonn!
FULLER
of CnmiiilMHliiiicra of KvoritbulcH: Drain
('ollnt)'. Klnrlitn thin rod ilnr nfFihHinrv
A. l> 10 (SEA I.) ROY It. IWLER'OX.Clerk bliN. nt the Cntirthnnae. beirlnnlng' nt
of the Circuit Court of ID :tel' u'eloik .\ M. on the .Mril:\ ilnMiirih. \' <>f Every person In farm work '
the Ninth .liiiJHul' (Mrriilf' of I'll 1 l.iiKement for ilrnlniiffe; BRUSHESThe creates Jobs for two others, I
mid reelnnintliiii nnd rnnd purpoiiiwill
In and for OkeechoIHP
-
Florida
be renerved.IHMIII". .. such at grocery clerks, stenographers
4'.111lrBr "Snvliriinln IV'miI). C. OF COMMHSIONEU! barbers salesmen' lias A Store In Okeechobee Now?
Mary Snnilprfiir Schulmaa OK. nVKKCLADKH; 1>1t.IS1. Old Fuller eto. Thus 50,000 on farms,
.
1"'I'HII"rIIv l
Attorney for Plaintiff \ : l
which la
easily feasible
HOT It. Unit'rm>ii
V Clerk ltd Ihe 'limit Conn' means Jobs for another 100- I
:NOTICE' OP rpiir\Tio FOR of I lkee<'hnliee "CollMtxFlorldn. 000. This man has PROVENhe
T.\' m.r-lI MH nxeni for still. Brush Man knows how CREATE I
..<' .f 1I3SNotir Board.Bv to WE ARE LOCATED JUST SOUTH OF THE
WORK.
In hc'roliy glipii' that .Tnmi'l Sophnnila,. Penae. HeputClerk
I'urroiu'c, huller of Tux CcrtlflratraNo :It-,:'lt
WESTERN UNION
n to 0 Inc iMiiail, I the orb tiny will be in ELECT
of July A. H 11.10: nut, 1 Tax CprflflpntpN ERNEST R
17. lniui'il i the ht ilnv nf Novem I
10 Sl-l.l.
:NOTKh: 01' IVTKNriON
her A. I'. 1'1'IT: him filed mime In nu
office: has mailp" nnpllrnMon for n TarIha'd : M iiKid.in I.MNOTICI : :> OIYElit: IIpnrennnt I OKEECHOBEEMarch GRAHAMThe
to InIMIIIM! ihprpnn SnJil Cc>rtlflcntci -
In S'rl/nu l'i ,ill'. I'hIptt12ul104 i
I'lilliniii' MMfollonlnii) ilierrjlmd >' \ boat of Florida.' A'I. of 1941nut I
property In the County nfOkMvhiilipp 8eiil.ni 1,7., 'hn'r, 11717 I.i"i -n DENMARK'S
nf Inrliln I wit 2nd-3rd-4th
"Nhitp fo : ALL-FLORIDA
nniiiubil' l I. I
1 "'Inrlilneli of MI1: tie \
WI,;' of lot 4. Si'c. II). Twp. 34, Rg I Si-etlon 11. Chapter 1IMI! \>. "nil'"t;\ 1
113.r.oto "I"rloln0' of 11)41. the following d|t. .
33 11 null 12. Sec 29 Twp 34 Rg nerlliill lillld III Okeeihnlin C"ilnlv,,, : ., '- -.t ; ':., lot;;; GOVERNORPaid

Lot SO. Her 21. :31. Rae I 31Lot. : Florida. to.witNII'I : 1 yr i
Twp ,
; ', of :IoE'.f: NF. leaa f'ID! __ i
.
S.I nut 2(1 HIT 23. 'I nil 31.
35Runt
fi see 37
flee HI "I. Twp Rife J. E. CONE Agent
"in I PolltlMl Adv,
ft of :IoWl.r NET * * I
Lot 21. KIT 4. Twp V. Kg. 33: JJ* J**********I*******************************
*
,
Nil'; See a1) Tnp :ST Hzi 31
(I'he "r .111,1
lit rlrmnlir
ase' euu pnii| ,
I \\111 be nffered for talc' at publiconlirv
inlil I''" Iflo'ul. Least win In ,
for Hie liljrlnut and I'd\ < mh IEW -
the iininp of Curl 0. H Si... .T. HDergors , ,, 1 --- -.r-----
hid( Hill .1.| -i"I lo the 11uliI' f the Koillil'if HAVE YOU AHIDDEN.TALENTl1 r.I.-Jt"---A : : -- ---
; B. O. nnrilett: C. Eldora : a
i Coniinlmiloner of i';luTilinli'' Drnln I "' .
I'lllllMH'P I K:. .
ItlH'PUnleia lice I'lnlrlit. to reji-et any and nil bids. 1 .. .. I
laid certlflcntci ulinll he reiliiiiii.it -
' ,Ht the I ullroll"""', beulnnlnic ut 10'IH,
nniirdlnir to law. dn- .
property o'eloik A. M. on I lie RiHIi' dny of 1lorrltI(144. .
mrllMVl fliiTi'in nliiill lie will) In Iliahfffhent
.
Knueiiiont for ilralnmre and n
MiMnr,' at the Court hone' iloori.ii
,
'inintloii tihil r"iti! piirimm"* ulll I lie
I ihi' firm Moniliii In the month of I
Miirili' VU4. whh'h'l. I tile nth ilur nf reaeryed iiiuitM nr roMMi'MinvnH1OF If you'd like to find out what jour

)March hiiti'il 1944.thin Jtril day of February, I EVEltnr.lPEI. PRAINAOR special aptitude la and put It loi
ni'"'I'i nicrBv
1"U Ray R. ItanlermmClerk work to help win this \\ar-take the
(SEAL) of the Clnnlt Court of I
urn H IL\1"I.nnl'lo... I ilk'.''Inhoe, Cnuntv, Tlorlda.na | opportunity the W\C offers you! I II f
flcrk' Circuit Court of 1
Okeechohee County. FioridnNoTIE I Itv Sojihrnulii intent 1"00"for skid l>eputClerk Board) | Join the WAC and let Army experts NOTICETO

v :\HI :'It help you dUcoer the type of
:' OF \ \ITI1P\TIO FOR -- -\'--- I
TIXIII I work you can do beat, Let the

LHWI of Mil! Army train you to do one of 239
:Nutlet !I. hereby gl\i>u thAI Niilhmilloluiot.
hi>|ili-r of liu CiTtiflc !,', vital joba. Learn a skill that will be
.''I.... 1Hol D iHmnil I iln- aril they ol., I useful. after the. Is
to long war
July A. D. WIII: mill lux iVrtlfluili'KNnil. ELECTRICAL WORK you
4. 10'"' 7 Imiiicil' the Tib lay of lover. (If you already have a skill
July A. 1IU1. IIIK flli'il fame III invofllce
: him inmle 0",11,11"11| for n tutili'H.I ,'the. Army can ule It too),

to lie einlinirp'IKKIIIH the""''-f"III,11I1h'011. Said
.,'rlh,'" |properly In the County ofokewholiee ]11'. S. Army Recruiting Station your
"Suite of rlorliln to wit
I.iit 21. Sec 14. Twp 81, liee 3.' lineal pout office will give you the
Lot 29.! 1'.'.. L'l Twit| Tl Hire :S. WIRING add,....), Or write! The Adjutant
l.nl IT IS. in. ,1 and 32. !Soc 3, I
Twp 35 Rge 32 General Room 4115 Munitions { OKEEGH08EE COUNTY
I...' i'T. NIK' 11. Twp :'H I Kii: !.' I :
*v v* w v*
l.nt 11 mill 1 K'-b; of lot. 1.'. S,., .. I Building, Washington, D. C.
Tnp 35. It KB 32

lllA, HHKOHMIIlent of Klllll |ll'ip 'rttiniler > I Best printing at The News .. .... ....
,
tutu Certlflinli'i l 1..1 l \\ n In" .-: >-.x.-: : :+:
the inline of Mr. M. Stewart F M I I will be at the following places for the purpose of receiving
---- -- '.
\\i-llu.r.: riikiinnii nnil I'V. lit hili u
I'lilinH mill) Certlfluitei"' ihnll hi n I
deemed according to liiw. prnp, ,'nv >li 1111
wrlliei) therein slid| || be obl in the. I tax returns on personal and realestate property, also receiving
highest libliler At (lie ('"ur",.,iui"' dear '
oil (the rir-l MnnibiIn' ,iln in .nth,, of :
Mtireh. MM.\ whl. h I. tin. nil: 01.1"I| .1Mnreh. I FOR SALE
1'I44. I applications for 'homestead and widow's exemption.

19140rt1 this :ll.l" 0111"t F, I In IIIIIU 1


(Seol) JOY: n. n. i'i, I(4ON I, Fort Drum March 6th at the Post Office
Clerk Circuit Court of i

H\\M\i Okeetltobee. IIKI'MirMfNTTTK V rmiiil\ FI"sine, I AT ALL TIMES!



No OF 4is lIOKIKi Bassenger March 7 th at Bass' StorePotter's :

01'IKK OF ( OMI'TKOIIIK
'\II.\I""l'ot:, I IOKIIIVWheieim. I
lit' .uilotnl'n' .mini' !I
ABERDEEN ANGUS
|>.....iiti>'il to the lI"d..roll/lI.I" hill

bwn inaili uinler to nppi the, 'nr nnnie that ui o' hanklnqenntpenr nkhK I March 8th at the Church House

riliiltFB/ : l'O"S1'II.IoK.: hooted at !
(iKhmilll'F.r: :. KIOHII'A and or.
Kiinl/eil miller the Lint ii ni t rlnrliU,,
hen eotnplleil. with nil Ih.. in. ,,,Al ion.reiiilri'il I

before Bunking ft Lawn to eotnpnnv be of nlllplleil the shall State h.nllh of inthnrlned Florida htill. Bulls and CowsWILL Utopia March 9th at W. R. Upthegrove Store _

to eolllllienee the 'tl.Itieeul Hunklllil
Now, therefore. I. J. M. I.KH; Comp
troller, of the SIll I" nf Florliln. li\ vir

tile" of the 41:11: authority of the vested Kevlwed In CienernlSi me bvSeetlon SOME Eagle Bay March 10th at J. M. Scott'sPlace

n Hi I PH of rlorliln. certify thnt the ALSO HAVE
HKKKt'' : : 'HOBKK rol'NTY BANK: offikeeehnhee
In the Countv of Okeefhobee I
and the Stale of Florida la I Hereford and Short Horn Bulls .
mtthorl/eil to rommenre the bnalnena

of.siren Blinking.lth n under ennltal the ntnck mime of Twenty above. Okeechobee from Jan. to Apr 1st at Court House

Flea Thousand For Sale .
Crlrrn under mv band and oral of -
office, this twentieth dOot Novem-
her A. 1). one Tbinimuicl Nine Hunilrert -
Forty-Three, TESTED AND 100 PER CENT FREE OF

(SEAL) T. M. LEE:. Yours sincerely,
Cnmiit( roller "state of lliirlda BANGS DISEASE '. '

34-8 tNOTICE I %

OF 1NTFVTION TO I'r.U.1

XOTICH 1<< IIK11KMY I, ND OIVEV ALL ARE REGISTERED OR SUBJECT TO

'pursuant It.I.ft". "to nf Swtlnn Florida 1.1: Acts ill) of' tbot'l REGISTRATION Robert La Martin

and Section 'T. Chapter 14717 :
tit Florida Ai-te of ilBl.! us
CIT Mertlon" 11 Chapter 200&H! l.ani of I IFlorida.
Acts of JfWl the following I .
iloiiTlbpil In ml In uki-pchobre County,
I

Florida I.ota 1 to to-wit H Inc: Blk I). Okerrhobee \I -._ ...
JHr(>lfipinont Cn'lD |f LELAND C. PEARCEOKEECHOBEE .- _.. ----. -
Lot 2. Blk B. Mi-lilaihan 8 D of -
part of 1'01'M.': .... !U, Twp 37 Ego 33
Lot 0. Blk IS. City of Oknvbohe I .. -
Will ho offered for .ale at public
outcry for the highest and brat raih :- FLORIDA ,
hid. inhjprt to the right of the Board r
of Commlmlunera of Erprgladpa Drainage I
District to reject 1 any and all bids .
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FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 25, 1941 THE OKEECnOBEE NEWS PAGE THREI 4

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:,: x sis::: sg:':as:':=== :::.=.....:':_:.:.=....:':,===10::"-""'"=}:ice}:""'"' cratlo Primary to be held May 2. !'me In serving as School Board mem [I judge of Okeechobee County in the i 1 nominated In the Democratic Primaries ..

"I Your vote and support will be appreciated ber. I will appreciate your vote and Democratic Primary May 2, If II In May and elected In the

I support. nominated and elected I will serve General Election In November of this
SOCIAL NEWS N. 0, STEWART J, hf. ROE, SR the people to the beet of my ability. year, I pledge continued honest,

i I I II' I will appreciate your vote and sup faithful and loyal service to the tax-
!!.._..._... _.. .. ,,. ........ ..
= .'.0=:'.0'...".... '',tar '0. '.0',=','.""""" U FOR SHERIFF OF OKEECHOBEE I' FOR TAX ASSESSORI port
eo n=.0.-== =:& .0 =0'-'== -= =-.-.i15i,'. ,', payers and citizens and will give
I COUNTYI take this opportunity to an P. P. EVANS
Aviation Cadet .S. Pearce 'I continued fair and Impartial decisions
Died am a candidate for reelection *o flounce that I am a candidate for -
rick who has been (in the trial of all matters coming
Vegas New Thursday At Sebring the office of Sheriff of OkeechoboJ re-election to the office of Tax FOR COUNTY JUDGE i iI before me. I respectfully solicit the

training camp After A Long Illness County subject to the voters In the Assessor subject to the May pri hereby announce my candidacy'for support and vote of the voters of

leave with his I Democratic Primary May 2, Your mary. re-election to the office of Coun Okeechobee County.'i'

E. G. Kilpatrick, Feb. 24. (Special) -' continued vote and support w.H;\ be Tour vote and support will be ap ty Judge of Okeechobee Co. and If T. W. CONELY, JR.

Port Mayaca. Ha i Sidney Pearce, 78, widely appreciated. preciated. '
L. L. CONRAD.FOR : ROBERT LA MARTIN I'I
red from Las Florida pioneer cattleman, I POUT ICAI. ADVERTISEMENT _

where he will I I Thursday In a Scbrlng hospital. SIIERIFF OF ASSESSOR: I II
OKEECHOBEE :
THE MAN YOU'LL
ing. an extended IIIn.... COUNTYI I FOR TAX OF HEAR MORE ABOUT

r oMm i Ir, Pearce, who was known among OKEECHOBEE COUNTY I II
I
I wish to announce that I
Either friends as "Uncle Sid," was born candidate for am a am a candidate for Tax Assessor J. ED BAKER '
the office of sheriffof s
Student at the Fort :Meade At the age of four Okeechobee of Okeechobee County subject to the'!
County In the Democratic
for Women at went to Baslnger, formerly Fort election will of the voters In the Democratic IUSINESS MAN CANDIDATE FOR .v :
Primary to be held in (
visitor spending with his parents, Capt. Primary May 2. If elected I will
May, 1944, I served as State Game GOVERNORStott :
with her parent, : :Mrs John Mizell Pearce. Fort faithfully perform the duties of that
Warden for eleven
years and feel dt r
Kilpatrick, at Port : i served as the headquarters that I gained experience that will office. Your influence, vote and aup-1 I Senator; Civic Leader; Safe, n I

President Zachary Taylor during greatly benefit me In the sheriff's port will be greatly appreciated. Sound, Practical, Hard-Working Citlxen ;
LOST--Spare Seminole Indian ware office. I solicit vote and W. R. (Roy) TOMLINSONFOR -FROM LAKE COUNTY IN THE ? ,
I Pearce started a cattle your sup I HEART OF FLORIDA .
6-60-16. Lost port In the coming primary and If
tween Okeechobc'e I 1 that reached as far south as elected to this Important office I COUNTY COMMISSIONER | REMEMBER REGISTER BEFORE APRIL 151 ?
and west to Moore Ha-
Finder return to will serve the people of th Countyto DISTRICT No. 4

and receive I the best of my ability. I wish to announce that I am a\'
: Pearce was the first settler in
I R.'E. (BOB) PADGETT candidate for the office of County :.: v
later became Highlands county.
Commissioner from District No. 4

,--p1 ;?. I I served as a county commissioner FOR SIIERIFF OF OKEECHOBEE for Okeechobee County subject to
[ DeSoto county when Sarasota was YOUR TIRES SMOOTH' OR HEED
I COUNTYI the Democratic Primary May 2. I

county seat. take this opportunity te an will appreciate the vote and support
LEX I are two daughters, the I
nounce that I am a candidate for of everyone. REPAIRING?
Pearl and Edna Pearce.
i I the office of sheriff of Okeechobee GILBERT CULBRETH.

9atl, : ---V County In the Democratic Primary -

to be held In May. I will appreciateyour FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER

vote and support. DISTRICT No. 1 Have the work done by Humphries at Fort

:MORISE THOMAS I wish to announce that I am a Pierce. Nine years experience-one of the south'sfinest
candidate for re election to the of.
FOR SHERIFF OF OKEECHOBEE fice of County Commissioner from plants.

COUNTY District No. 1 for Okeechobee County
We have
just doubled our capacity
operate
,
I take this opportunity to announce In the Democratic Prim ary May
that I am a candidate for the 2. I will appreciate the vote and 24 hours daily and can give prompt service. We

( P ON i office of Sheriff of Okeechobee support of everyone. have plenty of best grade truck and passenger!
| County subject to the will\ of the B. C. SWAIN
rubber. No rationing certificates
voters In the Democratic Primary now required.

GO I May 2. I will appreciate the vote I
M'INKAI/f< FOR COUNTY: COMMISSIONER: Large stock new passenger, truck and( tractor : -
I and support of the people of the '
SIRYAXT OF AID DISTRICT No 2 tires and tubes.
: county.
D.INGEROUS"W WAR BUIlDS wish that I a
I
HE Will KEEP J. A. ABNEY: to announce am
candidate to succeed myself as a

A- FOR SHERIFF OF OKEECHOBEE member of the Board of County

(,.:":":,,:..:..:,,:.,:,.:..:..:, : : : : COUNTYI Commissioners of Okeechobee Call 01'rt'ite :
,..... .... .......
( : : :":": : :": : : : : : : POLITICAL hereby announce my candidacyfor ty from District No. 2 subject coun'l HUMPHRIES TIRE & RETREADING

, the office of sheriff of Okeecho- will of the voters of

Gilbert i : bee County In the DemocratIc ;Prl- County In the Democratic PrimaryIn

I ii... y :May 2. I have served the'peo May. I will appreciate the vote I COMPANYPhone \

RE-ELECTION TO OFFICE OF I pie of Okcechobep as Chief of Police and support of everyone.W. .

I \' OF REGISTRATION I II six years and feel that with the experience F. WALKER I' 139 Fort Pierce, Fla.

Sunday I it to announce that I am a I gained In that branch of I

I for re-election to the Of I law enforcement work I will be In FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER I ,-:''' .::.: -,; ;."7" :.::::'. : "'; il; "" .'
Red I of Supervisor of Registration a better position to give them !good DISTRICT No. 3 r '

Eleanor to the First Frimary May I service as sheriff. I will appreciateyour I take this opportunity to an-t .. -- .. .- ,

-II 1941. If re-elected I will try to vote! and support nounCe that I am a candidate for reelection KEEP ON e
you the lawful service as I I R. CI' EVANS fo the office of County H4VE YOU ]
"I tried In the past. Thanking -
Commissioner for Okeechobee County '
for vote and support. FOR SUPERINTENDENT OF BOUGHT YOUR : -tlte-Atbldf
your PUBLIC INSTRUCTIONI from District No. 3 In the Demo # : :
W. B. HARGRAVE
cratic Primary to be held May 2. I
take this opportunity to announce I BONDS
ZQONOS WITH WAR
I "
voteanl E
CARTOON AND will appreciate your continued \ :
REPRESENTATIVE IN THE that I am a candidate for Superin- : a a a U a .
support. ..
LEGISLATURE tendent of Public Instruction for ERNEST: HILLIARD .7f tKiFSe(4tEXneifgliaNIItM1r: ; 'dts7l>inARFR' M1CS@1NF17Fi1t7yrjflgfdIn:! D
I:wish to announce that I am a Okeechobco County in the Demo-I' -
for re-election as Repre cratic Primary In May.

tatlve In the Florida Legislator Your vote and support will be appreciated FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER

Simon Okeechobee County ta tat earn DISTRICT No. 3 f r ru BANK

primary election Your oentlaaei CARL T. DURRANCE I take this opportunity to announce I

will ba appreciated.W that I am a candidate for :

"Cat J. (BILL) HENDRY FOR SUPERINTENDENT: OF the office of County Commissionerfrom ftI
PUBLIC INSTRUCTIONThis : : District No.3 for Okeechobee BY
With KE II
Is to announce that I am a County In the Democratic Primary
REPRESENTATIVE IN THEUGISI.TURE I ;
candidate for rs-election to the office May 2. I will appreciate your vote
of Superintendent of Public Instruction and support. 1
herewith announce my candi : MAIL
FILM V of Okeechobee County sub F. M. MOBLEYFOR I
for member of the State Legis
ject to the Democratic primary May .,
from Okeechobee County,
: 2nd. I will appreciate the vote and COUNTY COMMISSIONERDISTRICT : I
of Florida, subject to the will
support of everyone. No. 4
BINGO the people In the Democratic pri
H. H. HANCOCKFOR : take this opportunity to announce 5
of May 2, 1944. I Although we're glad to see you any time nit's
candidate for reelection -
that I am a
vote and support will be ap. MEMBER: OF SCHOOIL as a member of the Boardof :: convenient for you to bank in person "

Coming BOARD DISTRICT No. 2 County Commissioners from i -we're more pleased to offer you our

or PHIL Y. CASON I wish to announce that I am a County Commissioners District No. F,, Bank by Mail service which you will find

LASSIE : OF OKEECHOBEE candidate for member of the School 4 of Okeechobee County In the the greatest possible convenience; It permits .
"GIRL SHERIFF Board from District No. 2 In the Democratic Primaries In May. I will n to
COUNTY you keep your savings and checkx
i "BEST FOOT Democratic Primary May 2. I will appreciate the vote and support of
I ing accounts in OJ'der-going not further
"SLIGHTLY hereby announce that am a appreciate your vote and support. the people of the county.C. .
candidate for the office of sheriff V. E. (VAN) LIGHTSEY E DRAWDY ? than the nearest mail box.Okeecliote .

-*!-*:.**.*:.-W"H"M"M'-X.!.:.*: .;..!";..;..:.-:!":..M'5"Mvvvv'Jvv;.... : -...f of Okeechobee County In the Demo.I -

FOR MEMBER: OF SCIIOOL BOARD COMMISSIONER: I
-- -- - I FOR COUNTY
I DISTRICT No. 2 DISTRICT No. 5 !.

I wish to announce that I am a that I am a
I wish to announce I lei
I,o J40 TIJCKEY candidate for reelection as a member candidate for reelection as County i ;

of the School Board from District Commissioner from District No S ,

33 Years A Palm Beach Co. Resident-Farmer. & Business Man No. 2 for Okeechobee County. for Okeechobee County In the Democratic ,

I will appreciate the continued vote Primary !May 2. I will\ appreciate I

Candidate For "' and support of all of the people of your continued vote and

my district. support.
-;
CONGRESSSixth 11 a W. .D. COKER R. E. (EDDIE) BASS
VFOR -- Iei

Florida District .:, 'Ef'f :> !MEMBER SCHOOL BOARD FOR COUNTY: COMMISSIONER:
DISTRICT No. 2 5
DISTRICT No.
I am a candidate for the office of I
FIRST: WE MUST WIN THE WAR N ase t"'"J!tt School Board Member from DistrictNo. I wish to announce that I am a '

FLORIDA WATERWAYS MUSI BE 'rt 2 for Okeechobee County In the candidate for the office of County :

I: IMPROVED. GOVERNMENT MUST.4 ...r '" Democratic Primary :May 2. Commissioner from District No, 51 i I

INCOME BE RETURNED TAX RETURNS TO THE MUST PEOPLE.BE '>. I will appreciate your vote and for the Okeechobee Democratic County Primary subject May 2. to I I' County

support. vote and support -
will appreciate your
SIMPLIFIED. .. OMAR: HUNT

Bureaucratic FOR MEMBER OF SCHOOL BOARD '
-, ARCHIE LAMB. I I Dank
11 I DISTRICT No. 2
"""
# Ktturnin/f Veterans Must Be Compensated i.fl. I'\ 'To the voters of School FOR CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT .

Health Of Our Citizens Must Be Preserved 1 i iI Board District No. 2: COURT I, ,-- Phone 15 *

iL Be *' I wish to announce that I am a I hereby announce my candidacyfor
Freight Rates Must Equalized
I \.... : ,,: candidate for member of the School l reelection as Clerk of the Clr.I '
'#'I' Free EnterpriseMust Prevail T, j Ij Board from District No. 2 for Okee cult Court of Okeechobee County Deposits Insured through Federal Deposit

r chobee County In the Democratic : subject to the Democratic Primary I'I' Insurance Corporation
1 To Work For When Ctiooeai .' .1.I I
Tbe Things Pledge Prlr-ary to be held May 2. i May 2. I will appreciate your vote

YOUR CONGRESSMAN I am now serving my second termas and support OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS :
a member of the City Council ROY R. RAULERSON. i
I I II : C, H. McNULTY, President N. RAY CARROLL, VIce-PresHsnt
also my second term as a member -
,I Mr. Stuckey Say.: I am a fanner with tIle IntmiU of Florida of the Board of Trustees for this FOR COUNTY JUDGE OF E. G. KILfATRICK, Cashier $
Heart and will not for Political
I at erv Expediency. school district and I feel that the OKEECHOBEE COUNTYI E M. Meserve J. M. Roe, Sr. J. 9, Pearce Allei Msrkfcsm $

I (:Political Advertisement 114 Par fj Otad. .-.fiMII' :*, Pot Ceacrtai auk) experience I have gained from these hereby announce that I am a

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PACE FOUR THE OKEECHOBEE NEWS FRIDVY, FEBRUARY 23, 1944
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2nd AnniversaryCoast rr My Red Cross Month


Guard Port 1944

HY THE PRESIDENT OF THE
Security Work
UNITED STATES OF AMERICAA

PROCLAMATIONWHEREAS I)
port security personnel of the < ,
1 RODEO
Seventh naval district ronut Guard the war has entered 1e
. round out two full yearn of routine, a decisive stage requiring the fullest '
round-tho-clock lafeguauling of wa 0wp' measure of individual sacrifice!
ter and waterfront facilities today WHEREAS the American National '
chaiacterUtlcally without formal ob Red Cross; Is an auxiliary to the d
aervance, United Status armed forces and, as ,
This phase of tho Cot.st Guard1" such, is providing indispensable II
wartime work hal beat carried on t i servici to our troops throughout
k ir recent months undo the direction 1014 i4c ; the world as well as to their famie r.l
of Lt. Comdr. J. V. D'Aibora, +m > at homeIIEREAS ; 1 i 5
formerly of Cocoa, district port se- \\ these wartime. activities HORSE RACES
entity; officer, operating under the Including the collection\ of i
command of Capt. J. E: Whltnecti, lifesaving blood for the wounded,
district Coast G'jsrd officer Four- recreation work In military hospitals !
4- '4 provision of aid to families of n
and assistant cajialiiaC1'
fen captains WM 168p
ports supervisu various operation: ) e servicemen, shipn,ent of food par-t JAYCEE FIELD
inong the east and west coati of f:' 'e4 celt to prisoners of war production
o) surgical dressings operation of
1'u rida I IVl
Formation of the Coast Guard + oversea clubs and recreation centers n
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Volunteer Port Security force and and recruitment of Army and I'It FORT PIERCE
the Temporary reserve has added Navy nurses, all combine to save
approximately 2,000 men to lecurl.voperatlonl counties lives, restore hope and ,,
' at tho same time reliev provide comfort for our fighting !I
ing regular and regular reserve i I men;
Coast Guardsmen for artive duty WHEHEAS: through its vast> network -
afloat. 194-4. WAR* FUND of local chapters, this agencyof February
our people simultaneously coni
These VPSF members, In for the
duration, have contributed more I This year, ttllli service flags In nindoHs of nearly every hnme fled i I ducts an extensive piogram of trainI .
than 200,000 hours of duty since Cross nil! menu no much more to American As Hcplclril in this reprodiicllon I Inn and community service while
of a I'J14 !Red! (:>o.. War Fund poster' ninny windows al+o will continuing with traditional efficiency I
they were organized In this district. I
display the symbol of participation In the cause of Mercy and Humanity to lessen the distress of those
Operating under Lt. Comdr. W. N.
-the Red Or oil.
Mansfield, Miami, they maintain I overwhelmed by disaster; and
I I WHEREAS this agency Is wholly ; 252627itFRIDAYSAT.
their own security officers, don the
regular Coast Guard uniform whenon explosives and inflamable materialson lick or injured persons, providing dependent upon Individual support I
watch, and are well versed In vessels and docks became one of I I boarding facilities for customs, Immigration -\and personal participation and Is ,
Issuing its 1944 appeal to the entire
fire fighting and other port security the major duties of the Coast Guard : and public health servicemen
menu rei. VPSF regiments are "go- : when President Roosevelt turned checking night operations In citienship for a minimum War I

inn concerns" in Miami, Tampa and over to that service on February 25, I I harbors and ashore and guarding I Fund NOW of, THEREFORE$200,000,000; I, FRANKLIN : NIGHTS--8 'P.' M.
Port Everglades (Fort Lauderdale) .
19-12, the task of guarding the na against unauthorized photographsbeing D. ROOSEVELT, President of (
-also In Jacksonville, which Is in tion's far-flung waterfronts. made in restricted areas.
the Sixth naval district. CIvil-I', the United States of America and I SUtiDA Y.--2:30 P. M. W
ian :
enterprises which
operate I Issuance of 101,760 personal Identification President of the American NationalRed
"The," Coast Guard is proud of I provide entry to or exit from, restricted ; cards during the past two Cross, do hereby designate the
Captain Whitbeck told
you members areas also come under years was something of a job in Itself month beginning March 1, 1944, as '
of the Miami unit at a recent Coast Guard supervision I a* any captain of the port will "Red Cross Month" and earnestly -
review "Your work ii an Important I' :
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testify ob- ;
beseech fellow Americans to
contribution to the war effort, and Checking identifications of all my ;
you deserve praise for the showingyou vessels, passengers and crews enter- Add to this the fact that 21,886 serve it by opening their hearts to ,I .
have made." Ing or departing from Florida ports boat licenses and 1,205 water.fowling this humanitarian appeal In order
In a brief talk the captain stressed Is a routine Coast Guard chore, and permits were issued during the tame that we may keep the Red Cross at
the work the Volunteer Port Se an Important one. I I period and it is not difficult to understand the side of our fighting men and I:
curity force is doing In providing In addition, the Coast Guard is why the Coast Guard their dependents in their hour of
trained civilians to replace regular charged with settling crew difficul- ': bonst It Is not only the oldest of greatest need. I a nIt
Coast Guardsmen for combat duty. 'II ties aboard vessels in port, removing the nation's armed services, but one IN WITNESS WHEREOF 1 have a u
I I I hereunto set my hand and caused
Supervising) loading and unloading disloyal seamen transferring of the busiest
the seal of the United States of
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ii: ;,lit\W"-i.f: 1.' "'.:h" .,' ", I America to be affixed.
DONE at the city of Washington
this 19th day of February, in the7.aV
1 of ?ur Lord nineteen hundred
"
end forty.four, and of the Inde- .
'; pendence of the United States of I

TO THE PEOPLE OF 1 eigth.America the one hundred and sixty e.w .

I By the President: ,.'
/FRANKLIN D. ROOSEVELT "
s/Cordell Hull I h
OKEECHOBEE COUNTY j I I
Secretary of State
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SenatorContinued Pepper BULL RIDING
RIDING
For some time a rumor has been circulated in I ( from page 1) ? BRONC -


Okeechobee County to the effect that I am regis- 'I health consideration and education to the In problems Florida.of ,i CALF ROPING
)c
"As chairman of a special com .; STEER WRESTLING
tered as a mittee of the George committee '

post-war planning it Is ny duty TRICK RIDING TRICK ROPING
and my opportunity for Florida toi i
I
try to work out plans with the Industries I .
"Conscientious I affected by which ship- -
Objector"This
ping, transportation, communication,
and aviation shall be aided thru CONTESTSOpen
the dangerous days of reconversionand 1..1

rumor is absolutely false and I invite any- given all possible assistance I a
the government
and encouragement by

one who is interested to call at the Tax Asses- to the World >

I "My experience with the problems

sor's office in the court house and I will be glad fishing of Industry agriculture, In, livestock fact almoltlii the I!


to take them to the Draft Board office and show every and private industry, In and the state activity has, public given PARADESaturday

me a first hand knowledge which

them how my questionnaire was filled out at. the only them years and service of Intimate can give.contact with Morning l

time I registered early in 1942. "My record of service in the ecord.senate I
since 1936 Is a public
have worked hard. I have followed I

my convictions on public questions, Big Cowboy Dance

My classification card shows that I am classified and Florida.have. fought for the Interests of i


in class 3A (H) which means that I am mar- I immeasurably"The people generous of Florida and have kind been tome ',ij Friday i and SaturdayGeneral I

were In 1934 when I first I 1I
ried and above draft age. I was born at Bassinger, aspired They to the senate. They nominated l Admission Including All Seats

Florida. February 16 1901. 1936. They me without nominated opposition me In the in I I Adults - $1.25

first primary of 1938. My heart has ( Children Servicemen and Women

Again I ask anyone who is interested to come I ever opportunity been full of of public gratitude service for with that'I' 75c, Tax Included

entrusted ,
which I have been j
around and the records.ROBERT
see I "If given another six years of I Sponsored By
service, I pledge the people that I
I shall continue to give Florida vigorous St. Lucie County Cattlemen's
and aggressive representation -
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In Washington and that I
LA MARTIN shall to the limit of my strength, AssociationProduced
continue to fight for those causes
By
which, In my heart I believe to be |
right and the causes close to the OSCAR CLEMONS
Tax Assessor

i MET PROCEEDS ARE USED TO PURCHASE
I WAR BONDS IN ST. LUCIE COUNTY
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