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: March 10, 1944
Publication Date: -1992
Frequency: triweekly[<1989>-1992]
weekly[ former <1926-1945>]
semiweekly[ former <1981-1983>]
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Okeechobee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Okeechobee County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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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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BONDS AND wbr OOkttthnbre Ntws BONDS BUT WAR AND +a.



Volume 2J! Number 38 Okeechobee, Florida, Friday, March 10, 1944 Price Five Cents

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. News of Our Boys Bass On Season Lake Okeechobee Will Close County Commissioners Met In Regular Vero Farm Beach Loan AssociationTo National : Funeral Services

March 15 for 2 Months I Session Monday' Morning Is Hold Annual Meet
. In Various Camps ; $2,000.00 I Held Sat. for Lt.

. At Home & Abroad Oketchobee turtis Wright county, game, notified warden The foi i Contributed Board of Public InstructionThe tho Vero Vero Bench Beach, March National Members Farm Loan of Donald G. BarberFuneral

News that Bass Fishing will be Association will hold their annual

War Department closed to the entire public from 1 meeting m the Indian River County -

Washington, D. C. :March 15th through May 15th. This Board of County Commissioners : on a percentage basis of the i ii Court House, Vero Beach, Florida, services were conductedat
Thomas J. RauUrtont law applies to commercial fishermen of Okeechobee County, Florida, aunts i received by them under th'. ]March 17th, at 2 o'clock p. n,., K. W. the Baptist Church here last Sat

inf as well as the sportsmen. met In regular session Monday, I B-ovisions of this Resolution and of j Sedgwlck, secretary-treasurer, announced urday afternoon at 2 o'clock for
Regret to rm ion,
you your March 6, 1944 at 10:00: A M. Act of the
Alligator hunting also closed I any Legislature to be this week. Lieutenant Donald G. Barber who
Private First, Class John B. Rauleriur -
March lit and will be prohibited until Present were: Chairman C. E, I\enacted I In the future The Vero Beach National Farm was killed when the Flying Fortresshe
wan on Twenty Two January Drawdy, Commissioners W. F. Walker BE IT FURTHER
June let RESOLVED that was piloting wrecked near Tampa
Loan Association Is consolidationof
seriously wouiiddd in action in Italy. R. E. Bass, B. C. Swain and Ernest I I the a
advised --vIiu --- tame hereby assigned and contributed the Vero and Fort Pierce Nation Tuesday morning of last week. Rev,
Man: addr.iti Coil ow. you w'll be
Cecillia Locke of Orlando Milliard; County Attorney T. ,I to said Board of Public Instruction al Farm Loan Associations, serving D. 0. Alderman, pastor of the local

,.> rifoiU: 01 condition are received spent last weekend with :MISH Sadie W. Conely, Jr., and Deputy Clerk shall be used In strict accordance the counties of St. Lucie, Martin, Baptist church, was assisted In the

The Adjutant General! Sander at the huna of Mr[ and Sophronia Pease. with the provisions of that Okeechobee and Indian River The funeral services by Rev. J. W,

e I I Mrs. J. H. Walker, JI. Upon motion by Commissioner certain Resolution adopted by the association handles Federal Land Pearce, pastor of the First Baptist

--Vi Hilhard, duly seconded by Commis. I Isioner Board of Public Instruction on the Church of St Cloud.
Bank long farm loans
Army Air Bam, | ,
Bass the minutes of the Oth< day of March, A, D. 1944, a certified __
Richmond, Virginia | Red Cross Annual ---- .vMayor -- The church was packed to its ca.
meetings held in February 1914 were I copy of which has been delivered .
Staff Sergeant Dowling Watford I I lead and approved. 1 1Upon to this Board and incorporated Asks PeopleTo pacity and many friends of the famIly

ef Okeechobee, Fla., war rocently from here and other cities were
motion by Commissioner In
I War Drive Fund the minutes of this meeting,
promoted from the rank of Sergeant | Milliard, seconded by CommissionerDrawdy PASSED AND ADOPTED this flth forced to listen to the service from '

to that of Staff. Servant.. i j I the County Judge, T. W. day of March, A. D, 1944. Aid Club in Park outside the building. Many out of

j jFrederick Now Under Way Conely, Jr., was authorized to secure (I I Board of County Commissioners town friends of the family attended
Army Air Field, Okla.-
i the service
I the necessary ballot boxes for ,Ok.erhobre County, FloridaBy Beautification Day
Jc..,,' D. Wilson of Box 65, Okoecho-
absentee ballots of soldiers and C. E. Drawdy ChairmanR.
be. Fla., has been promoted from II At a mtM'ttnjr' \olnnteor' Work. Lieutenant Barber was born la

Sergeant to Stiff Sergeant, it was I 'r" tailed! l"r War Fund l>ri\e Chair. sailors E. Bass Okeechobee May 7, 1H24, and would
Reports of Marks and Brands for Ernest HIlliard Ai Muyoi of Okeechobee I want have been old In
announced by poet headquarter re- n"an H. II Raulerion Tuesday' nt theW"man' f I twenty years Mayof
Districts Nos. 1, 2 and 4, were received B, C. SwainW. to urge! all citlerns of Okeechobeeto this He attended the Okee
centiy lie works in mil. planes and Club, the 1944 Drive was year.
and ordered filed In the 'of. F Walker join In with the Okeechobee Civic I chobee High School and graduated
training at Frederick the Gulf begun.
flee of the Clerk of the Circuit Commissioners Club which is sponsoring with the dais of 1941. He.
Coast's newest tv'in-engine advanced "BeaUtifl'l was a
flying ichool. Mr West Field Director of the Court Attest: cation Day" Wednesday, member of the Okeechobee Baptist

e e e Vat'onal;' Red Crosi, was present and Report of Okeechobee County Welfare Roy R, Raulerson, Clerk All citizens are asked to come out church.

gave a very Inspiring talk on the Board for January Itflt was received ItESOLUTIONWIEREAS and give a day's work In the park.
John A Lewli, who ii in the U. S.
work the Red Cross was doing In and ordered filed in the office the Board of County :The ladies are .asked to bring along The Girls Auxiliary of the AmerU

Oat Guards and is stationed at this war and stated that Red Cross of the Clerk of the Circuit Court. I Commissioners of Okeechobee County a basket lunch and the Civic Club can Legion acted as ushers and Miss
OnaiJen :Meadow La,, accompanied
was the only contact between the The following Resolution was presented : Florida. hal made available to will furnish the drinks. Everyone Atlas Alderman was the pianist
'I" h'- wife, spent leveral days visit.
suldier, and his fmrlly. Also, he by Commissioner Billiard, the Board of Public Instruction of who lies shrubbery, vines, or plants Miss Sylvia Snell sang a solo
,. in,* mother, :Mrs John Lewis reit I
; stated that all furloughs were ar- and upon motion by Commissioner uneechobce County, Florida RaceTrack I''Ii asked to bring them to be set in
'I. His wife will make her home The active pall bearers were Clyde
y united through Red Cross, and that ''Bus* duly seconded< by Commission Fund to the amount of Eleven -J' places to be designated In the park
> i,k'.chobee I I Durrance, Porky Wallace, Ray Simmons
Red Cross was the only .organiza jr Walker, was unanimously tidoptul Thousand, and no. 100 Dollarsi$11,000.00) area. The Senior class of the high
Malcolm, Ed
V Simmons, Wat.
tion that went with service men I ( ) per annum of the sum school is planning to turn out in a
For I ford, Jr., and E, 2>1. Meserve. Honor.
State Scholarships ncross the seas There they provided RESOLUTION allocated to Okeechobee County body to join In ,the project. Merhantt -
ary pall bearers were Ernest Hunt,
Prospective Teachers blood plasma which had helped BE IT RESOLVED BY THE ginning with the 1011-43 Racing be.j I professional men, clerks in ''E.
K. Stello, W. D. Coker, and Carl
save ra many lives in this war, also BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS son, and stores and banks are urged to Join
$200 scholarships for men In the I Red Cross provided nurses as well OF OKEECHOBEE COUNTY : WHEREAS, the last named Board :!''b' the work In the afternoon after
I After the funeral services at the
Univursity of Florida and for women u* recreation for the t ,en on the FLORIDA, IN REGULAR SESSION desires to give a definite commit- closintf/ of Business. All officials and church the body was carried to the

in the Florida State College for Wo fighting fronts. : ASSEMBLED: inert an to the manner In which I prospective officials of the countyare !
Okeechobee cemetery where it was
men are allowed all counties In WHEREAS, The Board of Public such funds will be used, now, therefore expected to be on hand to sharein a'
,"Vr. West also spoke of the work laid to rest among a most beautiful .
Florid each year based on the coun Instruction of Okcethobeu County, i iHE the work. Bring hoes, rakes, live ,,"-
floral tribute?;Fee Funeral Home of
being, done by the Red Cross for the ,
ties' representation in the Florid Florida, has. advised this Board that IT RESOLVED by the Board 'ly lads, shovels, pruning snips and charge '
war /prisoners and stated that relief Fort Pierce had of the (funeral.
House of Representatives. u satisfactory t plan of refunding the of Public Instruction of Okeechobee other tools for the work. v
K't' Hag were sent each week to alltin .
OkMcfcobee County, having one 4sonera bonded. .indebtedness of General Bounty.Florida; :\, in j.guUrsesslon I Okeechobee. has a parkway which h4Curti
.American, of wsr.ln I' R
representative in the legislature. is p Board of "Putticln's'truition; ; Bonds' Holy'aseembed'as' fonow'l!**",'-' *M" ban'fce"m4dS one or the most' attractive 'a $ .( '" ,. ..,....... .... .. ."
German, Italian and Japanese camps. r Died( Tue.. .
allowed this scholarship for one man and School District Bonds now out-I\ 1. That it Is hereby agreed such In Florida when it Is beautifiedand
These kit contain soap, shaving Afternoon From Accident
and one woman who reside in this landing, and that stud plan will cftit funds shall be used by said Board of kept up. It Is hoped that "Beau
roam razor blades, razors, food
>unty and intend to make teaching a substantial Having in interest Public Instruction only for the following tification Day" can be made an annual Which Occurred March 1
chewing gum candy etc. These kitsr.
!hm' State their occupation. Per- rates on said indebtedness, that in purposes and under the following affair.
can so much to the boys who are
,w- desiring, to make application .rder to assure the success of said terms and conditions, to.wit:., H. Raulerson, Mayor. Funeral services were conducted
prisoners. He also spoke of the way
fni 'Im 1 scholarship may call at the plan the said Board of Public Instruction (a) Such annual funds shall be yesterday afternoon for Curtis
'amilius could be kept in contact
i unity Superintendent's office for with their sons and husbands thru is in need of Immediate i applied toward the payment of the IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have I' Brewer who died Tuesday afternoonat

uitbiT information and receive the I funds and will need assistance from |principal of Okeechobee County, hereunto set my hand and the official 3:30: from an accident which occurred
he Rod Cross The speaker also
pt"p'r forms for making applicu- this Board, for the next ten or 1 Florida Board of Public Instruction seal of said Board at Okeechobee : on Wednesday, March 1st
""on weal stressed! dressings the Importance and bandage the program sur-. twelve years, and if such assistanceis High School Refunding Bonds in the Florida, this Cth day of March, lie was working on a drag line at .

Respectfully, given there will be no necessity amount of $120,000.00 par value, or 1944. Buckingham
of the Red Cross and -
H. II. Hancock, Supt. to burden the taxpayers of Okee- any extension, continuation or mer- H. H. HANCOCK According to our Information the
filled Mrs Meserve, local chairman
---v-- done chobee County, with higher tax gat thereof which may hereafter be As Secretary Aforesaid boom to the dragline swung around
the splendid by
Continues on levies that the of and hit a high voltage wire. lie was .
L. L. Stuckey *he local ; sum $11,000 per outstanding. (Board of PublicIn.truction

Fight Against OPA Fresh jroup.Ok"echobee is $1800 andevurjnne year for twelve years is required in I (b) After the retirement of the Seal) burned very badly but lived until

quota I addition to other sums to be raisedby principal of the aforesaid bonds by The following vouchers were approved Tuesday.
Vegetable Ceiling Prices la urged to give generous.ly !
; Curtis Franklin Brewer was born ,
taxation and thin Board having the use of such funds, then any and ordered paid when fundsare
so that w>- can go over the top In Okeechobee, Fla., February 2,
I'lven due consideration to said matter such funds as shall be thereafter received available!
Pahokee FIs., March 7-L. L. Stuc for the boys who are giving their from the sources aforesaid, GENERAL FUND 1906, and was the only' son of the '

key, Pahokoi fariiiei, anu businessman all for us. "We cannot afford to let
late R. L. Brewer and Mrs. Brewer.He .
Now, therefore, it Is the sense of shall be applied toward the paymentof C. E. Drawdy, salary County
candidate for returned "
congress hem' \ down.
this Board that assistance should 1 be the principal of an Issue of $42- Commissioner February $74.30.B. Is survived by his widow and
of the
this week from meeting
committee a and is -- I given the Board of Public Instruction 000.00 refunding bonds of SpecialTax C. Swain, salary County I two children, his mother, Mrs R. L.

Florida Vegetable OPA "Physically Qualified Men and that the sum of $2,000,00 School District No. 1 of Okee Commissioner February $74.30. Brewer, and four sisters, Mrs Eva
his fight against
continuing ceilings on fresh vegetables. 'I IMr. Under 26 to Be Released lie Immediately contributed to the chobee County, Florida, then out Ernest Hilliard, salary County 'Walton, Mrs. Frank Baker, Mrs.

price Board of Public Instruction from un standing. Deats Rowell, and Mr*. Smith Gale
Stuckey i.i charter member of From Agricultural Work Commissioner February $74.30.R.
appropriated funds now on hand. BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, by E. Bass, salary County i Funeral services were conductedby
the committee and one of the prime '
I BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, the Board of Public Instruction of Commissioner February $74.30 Rev. D. 0. Alderman, pastor of
movers In its organization. "Industry, agriculture and domestic -
operation are called upon to release that the sum of $11,000,00 from Okeechobee County Florida, that W. F. Walker, salary County the Okeechobee Baptist church.

Commenting upon the OPA regulations funds to be allocated to Okeechobee this Resolution be considered as a Commissioner February $74.30. V
registrants under 26 years of
Mr. Stuckey said "The OPA 1 age who are physically qualified for County, Florida, under the provisions definite commitment by said Boardto Roy R. Raulerson, salary Clerk Card of ThanksWe

regulations continue to drag the I military service," said Brgiadier of Chapter 14832, Laws of Florida apply such as hereinabove set February $147.10.

market down, aggravating the situa General Vivian Collins, the State Acts of 1931 or any Act Amendatory forth, and this Board agrees that T. W.' Conely, Jr. salary Caunty wish to express our heartfelt

tion created by overproduction due I or Supplemental thereto, such funds will be used solely for Judge February $122.70. thanks and appreciation to the people
Director of Selective Service, In a
to War Fool Administration demands conference today. "It has been during the Fiscal year 1944.45, be the above purposes; and this Resolution T. W. Conely, Jr, salary County of Okeechobee! for their many acts

and natural desire of the 'determined press that the Nation has assigned to said Board of Public shall not be rescinded or Attorney, February $50.00. of kindness of thoughtfulness during

farmer to produce for the war effort 'reached a satisfactory goal in the Instruction and the Chairman of deviated from while any of the fundsso Bessie Aledrman, salary Tax Col our bereavement In the loss of our

OPA regulations are muddling I this Board and the Clerk are hereby allocated rer'ain In the possession lector February $119.80 ion and !!brother Donald. We especially -
production of food and munitions
the green vegetable Industry to the authorized and Instructed to execute or under the control of this Robert La Martin, salary Tax Assessor want to express our thanks
necessary to meet the war effort
point where relief must come Im.' and It now becomes necessary to such assignments, or other documents Board, except for the use of such February $122.70.J. for the beautiful flowers.

mediately and the old law of supply necessary to carry out the funds In the payment of expenses L. Chandler salary Janitor February Mr. and Mri. J. L. Barber
strike a new balance in the employment I I
and demand put back Into operation. Intent of this Board. which may be Incurred in connection 8890. Frank Barber
of manpower in order to meet
.* more pressing reeds of the armed j BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that with the refunding of the obligations 0. C, Durrance, salary Act. Pros Betty Barber

this Board does hereby consent that above mentioned. February 7430. Mike Barber.
Last week the Pahokee candidate i service, Therefore, by direction of Atty. ..
'the 1 Florida Legislature, Session of Pasted and approved March 6, W B. Hargraves, salary, Supervisor -
made a awing through the 11 coua- the President local boards through-
;: 1915, enact a Special Act allocating 1944. Registration Feb. $40.00.T. Political Announcement- I
ties of the district and returned I out the State and State Headquar-
the sum of $11,000.00 of funds to be W. D. Coker, Chairman. W. Conely, Jr., salary Juvenile
home well pleased with the strengthhis i ten will review all occupational deferments -
allocated to Okeechobee County, un Attest Judge February J5.00. FOR COUNTY PROSECUTING
candidacy Is developing throughout with a view to speedily
dor the provisions of Chapter H. H. Hancock, Chairman. R E. Willis, surveying and staking ATTORNEYThis

the entire area. making available the personnel so 11832. Laws of Florida, Acts of 1931 STATE OF FLORIDA cemetery $130.00. Is to advise that my husband,
said "It look like the armed ,
Mr. Stuckey urgently required by .
Act amendatory or Supple'rrrnUl COUNTY : Is candidate for reelection -
or any OF OKEECHOBEE: Wise's Grocery Store, assigned Paul Wongrejr, a
thoroughly fed forces The review of all deferred
voters upwith
the are. thereto, to said Board of I, H. H. Hancock, the duly elected cemetery work $120.00. I to the office of County
of-mill politician always 18 37 of
the run registrants through years I
"ubllc Instruction of Okeechobee Superintendent of Public Instruction S. C. Paige, for cemetery work Prosecuting Attorney. He U unableto
seeking office, and ere aboutto t will be imi ed'ately conducted gas
are "ounty F'orlda' which said Act of Okeechobee County, Florida $6.30. promote Ma candidacy due to an

turn tholr thoughts and supportto with espec'al' emphasis on that 'hall retrain In force and effect un- and ex officio Secretary to the Mason's Ice Delivery, Ice coupon Army Regulation However, I hope
hardheaded business man and I under 26 of
a group years age. "I the closing of the Fiscal year Board of Public Instruction of Okee books $2,90.Raulerson. that the people of this county will

farmer who actually knows the "Overage men, the physically disqualified -Tnir September A. D. 1958. PRO chobee County Florida, do hereby Dept. Store, assigned I see fit to re-elect him to this office.

needs of the district"V the returned .soldier and 1 "TPED, HOWEVER, that In the event)i j certify that the above and foregoing cemetery work $12.00. MRS. PAUL WONGREYV

V the women of the State must be 't "s found neeesiary to repay any I Is a true and correct copy of Resolution Pay Roll (cemetery work). labor -------V

: and Mrs. Bail) Bowden and used more effectively to replaceable ---nutts to Agencies of the State of duly adopted by the Board of 18435. and Mrs J. C. Platt who have

little granddaughter Susan Stello bodied r'en who have hereto. "'hiss| because of lack of Race i Public Instruction of Okeechobee State Tuberculosis San., hosp. ; resided In Fort Myers for the past

were visitors\ spending Saturday afternoon fore been deferred because of theiressentiality T-a k Revenge to pay each of then County, Florida, at a meeting of Gainous March 3100. eight months have returned to their

here.Advertise. to Nit'onal' Interest." "-'le'
V said General Collins In ending the i n, n' .11 nno.no, then the said ed and held In Okeechobee e, Florida, and Jail Feb. $5.70.Continued V .

in The News.i "conference. Board of Public Instruction shall re- i on the 6th day of M4rch,144. ( on'Page 4) *<, for The' News '

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fccccljnbec I) tIcfus Legal Advertisements Legal Advertisements

I\ THE CIRCIIT COURT MNTHJIDtlAL cult In and for Okwcht.hee County: he THE OLD JUDGE SAYS .
Published Every Miday by the CIKCIIT OF }FLORIDA and It In hereby required to ihow
IX AND FOR OKFKII01IKK rnuiip If any there he, before this
Olreechobee News Co., at Okeecho ('OCNTY Court on the 4th day of April. 1044. at /
bee, Okeechobee Comity, Florid IN CHANCERY 10 UO o clock A. M., nt the Court louse r, '+
No. IMKIIF In Fort Pierce Florida why inld
liiiniln ihould not he validated and
BRYANT BOWDEN ..__ Editor TO MHI"'lOWt'liE Ann ORDER confirmed by a decree of thus Court In r SVro fhJ
conformity to the prayer "<'! forth III
noun OF ri'BMC IX!\TIU'rTIOS'or laid petition and pursuant to the t _
Entered as second claM matter OkeechnbeeCounty, Florida Inns vf the State of Florida, lu iui'h + vf
July 1, 1914, at the Poet Office In Petitioner nine iiiacln Hint provided '
It In further + n
ordiwU and decreed '
Okeechobee, Florida, under the Till') STATE OF FLORIDA and the that the Clerk of this Court lie and .., t71f'1L r
Act of March 8, 1979.SUBSCRIPTION. InipaMm, property owner, and. he li hereby required to publish thin
rltUen of Okeechnbee County, FlorIda order In the Okeerhnhec) ,,'.. ,a new..
Including non.renldentl owning paper printed And published within
RATE: property or mibjert to taiatloii mild. I In the ('II, of Okeecho-
therein Defendant bee Okeinhflhee Cuuutv, Hurl.In. and
One year in advance ..............1200 '1'he ahoie CIMIHC eonilng on to be of ttencriil circulation In mild District
Six months In advance ... _.. 1.00 heard upon the petition thl* dev filed ome earn week for at leant three con
?? herein hv the Ilonnl of I'libllp In nec-utlve weeks prior to the said 4th r y"Mr
Three months In advance ........ .79 lit rui, ,I Ion for Okcechohpe County: Florida day of April, 1044 the hut "imbllratlon 0 ,1 f .
n* n iiibllr body corporate and n* thereof to be not more than eighteen lJ
,h. controlling holy of the CountT: dun; before sold date and lame li d J J.J 4 r i
FLegal Advertisements mhool nVHtein: In and for Okeechohee hereby declared. to commute notice to
Countt'. 'I political Biilicllvlnliin of the thu several property ownen and cltl. -
State of Florida, aeeklng: to determinethe melts, tnipnvorn; of said District and 'Ii I 1 k .i\
authority: to limue Refunding nil ntheri whom It nay concern commundlnir Iit..I"
rMMUNO DEPARTMENT Hond of mid Board In the total mm : and requiring them to hmvrniiw i '
STATE 0V FIORIDl of UZOOOO. and to determine the lean I If any they: have or If allY :T.,1 ,
No. 415FrlCB It)' of the proceeding had and taken fhire ho, to said Court at the Court
OF COMI'TROLLFR preliminary to and In connection thirewith House In Fort Pierre, Florida, on said '
T4LLAII.'tSEE, FI.OKI1M and neeklng a decree in thin 4th day' of April 11M4, nt mild hour of G ,
Whereai hv: iiittiifiirtory evidenceCreacnted Court to valldnte and confirm the In.nanii in 00 o'rloik AM.. why mid bond + i.3t
to the undersigned It hat nf wild bond, and sail pit!. hoiilcl not he validated and coiiflrmeil I \\Aa ...'
to appear hut a bunking lion now having been prcaented to this hv a diiree of this Court In conformi '
company. under thi name of OKrRrtlnnrR : Court not the Court being fully ml'. ::1"0:0: the: prayer set forth In mid peti ""L
': <'01'M'Y H\M. )located lit tiled In the premises, IT IS OR- pursuant to the luni nf the t
OhEFCIIOIlEE, FLORIDA and ormiilid I'. HF.II. Aim HFD A\I pbiREtn Slate til lorldii 'In lu>'b rue made'
lII"h'r the law. of (Florlila Hint the Slate nf riorlda through the and: "I''n ..
Ass compiled with nil! he I provision SlAte Altornev for the Ninth ..liullclnlCircuit HONK OIIKltH: ) ol Fort
required to he compiled with hv the In and for Okoeehnboe County 1'ltrco, Klorldn' In the :Mnlh' Jiidldnl!
Banking Lam of the State of Florida I be and I It In hereby required to how <'lr. lilt of the State of Florida thin
before a company ahull he mithnrlred nine If nn\' there bu. before this :'ml iluy of Mnnh, 1IH4FNfKH 04.t,
to commence the bnnliipni of Hanking:. Court on the 4th dnv of April 1844.nt : A. O KANSFll:
Now', therefore, 1, T, M UK. t'omntrollir 10:00 o'clock. A. M. at the Court Judge of the Circuit Court .
of the Statn nf Florida,, bv \'Ir. HoiKe In Fort Tierce Florida, why of the Mftth .Tuillilnl ('Iri .
tile of the authority vented' In me bv nld bond should not be valdiiteil lilt of the Stnie of lorlilu
Section 4111 of the Uevlnod CenernlStnnirpi and confirmed bv n decree of this In and for Okeecboboe
of Florida. 01 rtlfv. that the Court In conformlt\ to the praver Bet County' Florldn.MITKF .. tC 11
OKr.KlHOHl: (OI'SIY BASK of forth In mid petition and pnmunnt to V
Okcechohcw" Hie (oiintv of Okee. the lana of the State of Florida In
chohee and the State' to commence the bunlnenaf It In further ordered and decreed, I
,IVI'nl'llh llonklnir a under eiinltnl the tnck name of Twenty above !he that la the herein dork' required nf| thin to Court imldlnh he thl and* 1C: AlI.rK.N.lust: : known rlMIhlt. : CUMFHnhimn : "Sorry Judge, my shipment of suspenderstill 'The only thing distillers have been making

HT Thousand Dollar, w order In the nkoei'hohce New, .N. Mec'hnnlc St. Ui-rrli iidclrtm nui Spring.lifi, hun'teorne in. Some articles are mighty during that time is war-alcohol for thelllCaj'ce

Given. thin under twentieth mv hand dev and of Norein-NoAh offflce the ncwmmpei City 'of iirlntod Okeechobee mid ,iiubllnhed OkeecboheeCountv In Jnehlgau.rnltaareintthii} these days 1 don't get anywhere Government. So, I wasn't surprised a bit

her A. D. .One Ihoiinnnil aloe:' Hun : Horlda nod of general vie lien prireeding| o-hetrl n- near as much as 1 could sell" to read how bootlegging and black market

rtred(SEAL Forty) Three, ,T. \f, JFE. dilution week for In nt unlil limit' County three ((3)) once onuceiitlM tw'h "\ rnnk, with Carvir the In Clerk miHntf of joii the for Circuit 1)1orce "With the war going on, Frank, we've got have sprung up around the country at Ito

.14 Cnmptrnllrr Suite of t'IurlolllII weeks prior to 'the nld 4th ilar of Court nt Okceihobce' Florlihi cm orIn expect those things. It's true of luxuries result of the dwindling supply. Our 13 years
tNOTICE April. 1IH4. the lust publication, there 'fore the third clay of April A, It.
------- Just as it is of necessities. Take whiskey of prohibition proved that if folks can't get
of to be not more than elirhtein" lit)1I. lilt) illiirnlne J..III'ItI'nl1'111 lie .11- ,
OF I-XTFVTION roLAND HELL days before mild date, mid nine I I. tend II 1<11 III.t inn by default for example. There's a real shortage in that. letal whiskey,they'll get illicit whiskey.SureIt'
hi rohdtilarod eoiintltute notice to
NOTICE IS llFItERV GIVEN that tin *,'v'rollrol.rly owner and cltl (Court\\ltniM nt inhniid nktcehuhce and.., seal Okeechobie nf thin I to be expected when you realize there hope the shortage doesn't last too long. I'd

inirmiant to lection 13: ((1), ChapterBimw lens. InTpnxerf of mild (CountT, and. C'ounly' (riorlda thin jsth day of hasn't been a drop of it distilled in this hate to see this country turned over to the
lawa of Florlila. Act of 1041 all others whom It may: concern, commnndlncr Fcbruari, .\ II, 1'U4'
Hint Section 117 Chapter 1471!. Lo" of and requiring/ them to show lttV I Ut ItAI'LEIISON country since way back in October, 1942. bootleggers again."
.Klorldn \oti of J1.il AO amimled bv; inline If any: they hare or If any there Clork of C'lrciilt; Ci.url; Ninth'
Keel Inn 11 Chapter SOUS, law of I be to iild Court at the Court HunneIn Juclliliil' c'lrcult of Florida.
J-lorlda Art of 1041, the following' Fort. I'lerce Florida, on inld 4th' IS EAI.1: ,
clficrlhcd land 111 Okeechobce ('Count\. I 1a\ of April 11)44 nt Mid. hour of 10 HI Bv: Hophronla Pease, l>. C ,
Horlda. to-wit : 01' .)link .\ M I.. why "ld bond. should Mary"' Snnderfiir Schulman Thus aJenunmaf apcu.e .' .cur oj AUokolte Batro hdaawb.I l
Lute 1 to 5 anil If/ to 20. Blk 14 not be validated and confirmed by K AilornM' for I'lnliiilif
>orthne t Addition decree of thin Court In conformity to
ginning: 77 fret North and 41 the prayer net forth In sold petition ----.--
fwritt of Northeast Corner of and pnrHiiiiiit to the Inch of the Stole I
!NU1.J of SKi,. run Month 210 foot : c.f Florida In inch cane made and pro
theme \\rtt nil! feet : thence North 210 \ldcdPONK.
fet : I th'sre :1101 nil fet Sec, 22, Iwp : AND OKDEUEn lit KortPierce
!:1 N, Hnnee 33: E Flnrldii. In the :Mnth .11I(1I.'lnl l l
HV of ::10'. of N\Vi', of fiE%. "... Circuit of the Stnte of riorliln this
::1, To-p.| -!?, HilI'. 35 2nd diM ..March; 11)44A ) .
Will hp- offered for snip lit public o. KANNEK
untcrv for the hluhet and 'bent canh Judge of thin Circuit Court !
Mil niMoct to the riant of the Board of the Ninth Judicial Cit A lIttat MESSAGE
of ('''lIIlIilo.I,,,,,',. of irirlndc'i Iiralnfe cult of the Stnte of lorldii I
fe iHmrlit to reject nay and all In and for OkcecholiooCounty ", f ,
ldil. at the Courthouse. luilnnlng nt Florida
in (Ml "','I'k ,l, M on the Jtrd dnv of V
;.Minh 1'M4 Knmmeiit for drnlniice" i
and rcclnmntlon nnd runt purpnioH : ,1
Mill be nperred IN Tin: I Iff( liT ( lit PIT MNTH.ItllHIM Na
itt till OP (Y111111OSIfXISR4 ( IKIIir OF IIOKIIM.IN the Voters of Florida
OF FMKGI.Ani: : nitilN \ND I'Oil OMKIIOHKK: to :
.\<,r. III-*'\\'IIII'\\rBr ( 01T* ,
!UoIt. llnuli-rion. IN ( \\(.tRV I
Clerk of HIP Circuit Court No eats
of Okeerhoble Count) V. lit I.: I'IXII OliOtRTO
Tlorldii ni agent/ for mid elit)\\' (' M "t:
Hoard NI'I'III: I T\S I H 'IIIMH. PHfltlCTM Meeting in the City of Orlando recently, a group repre-
Bv Sophronlii I'ome, DciiuU' Clerk :' ';MPU! 1. In the County nf (ikee.cliohee .
Sl-Ot ." xinlc. of Florida political senting business the professions industry agricul-
iibdhlHlon of the fctiilt, bv and 1
NOTICE OF INTKNTIOV TO "EI.i. tbrouirh the llonrd of I'nlille Iimtruc- ture women's clubs chambers of commerce and varied '
I. \M thin for au ald County, Petitioner I'u. w t: : i**___ ,.,

NOTICE 11! llhllrKV: GIVEN that IIIIrATE; OP FLORIDA and tho interests discussed the grave problems that confront the state
pnrminiit to Section n 11)<|), ChanterSIHIVI ,
\ Inn of }Florida .API* of 11)11. tnxpnu |lr..I"| itownem and eltlxi and nation another election.
M'h"HI PliitrlitNiunlir as we approach
end Section 17: Clmitcr 11717 I Inn* of im of Snilnl| 'lux
I1orlilnctn of Vni! nn nniendeit bSection \ I 'In 1I1"'h..h. County
11 Chnpti-r EIHVW! 1.11"0 of riorldn. IIH'liiillnii, nun reHldutil that the time has for the to
.. Feeling come people speak
,, "
}'I..rlllI1'10! of 1011 tin following) : ileerlhed \\ 'tug In i .ep 'rnv' or ubjiit to tiiinIII -
limit' III IIk"'h"I...< County, .n tin n In. I life n diint.
and to their
out wishes
clearly emphatically
flnridn, tn.wtt: 11n name, IIIIIMO lonilng: nil to 1)0hennl as concerningvital
fVt of !Mof NEE: leM K 210 upon 'the, ,pitltlon thin day filed
fl. Sec 29. Twp 37, Hue 85 l.enlni\ispiilnl. lax'' School IHmrlitNumber issues that confront all of us, the following clear-cut
Taut 21H ft of N\\'i of \n>, "f I. In Okioihoboe County,
>FV,. Ki-c 21! Twp :"T,, l!)' 3Will Florida. a ,polllliul' ulnllvlnlon amiInxlnit "Declaration of Principles" was unanimously endorsed and is
be orfired for anli at public dlHtrlit )In mid of the Stnte of1"'orlIII.
outcry for the hlirhi) .H nut be.t ia.h Bud the Honrd of Public In.Htrmtloti herewith presented to the voters of this state for thoughtfuland
bid subject to the 'I''hi if Hie Hon rd for nnld ('OHIII110 the ffo*" ,
'if Ci>innil .loiiorn of Hurt-linl.e lirnln ernlng: hOlly of anti Dlatrlit eeklm serious consideration.
nile Hlmrlc't to rejoit nnv nnd nil MiH. io dtternilne the nut hurtle In I Umiisi ,
nt the rmirHioiim. lipvlnnlng nt 10:non'llock hoo) funding Itoiidfl of anldi I
A. M. on the 3nth day of Munh .11 h, id PlHtrlit: In thi tolul mini uf:
1'>I4. runenient: for drnlnniri- ono reilinniHon mid roiid |iurpom will he 'f she proioodlngii hnd mid taken pre
reerTd llinluiiiy 'to ,and In connection (hire DECLARATION OF PRINCIPLESWe
rrunn nr c OF EVEitGADES! DRAINAGE Court toHlldnle' and ronflrin the I II Advocate:
1 DISTRICTliv I mimic of uiilil bondw, mid mild petition"
. Ttov R, Haulirinn now having been |ircMintiil, In thin
'Clerk of the flrenlt Court of Court and the Cnnrt being folly ml. JL, WIN THE WAR REASONABLE TAXATION

nki-ii'Imlicp (nuntv: Florida, viand In the iiremlnei, It' I 10 OIlU1RED: 7f \ Wholehearted cooperation of all the people of the 6 The adoption of a National tax program that will I
n* iigeni fin add Boanlr .\PII'JlHtPXII: IiKl 111:ED that the
Xophi-'mlii I''''. Deputy Clerk Stnte of Florida) through the State '' United States in winning this war for personal enable private industry to reconvert to peacetime
:Ml-tt Attnrnct ,for the Mnth .ludlilul ('Ir. liberty and in preserving the fruits of victory operations, and thereby provide Immediate employment
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in private industry for those now in the armed services,

Back the Attack---..---Buy War Bonds CONSTITUTIONAL The return to, and GOVERNMENT maintenance of, our National or engaged in war production. '

'. Government as created within the framework of the JL LIMITED FEDERAL TAXES

Constitution of the United States. 7 Limitation upon the taxing power of the Nations:
Government so as to restore the constitution'

STATES RIGHTS functions of state and local governments.
The preservation of the rights of the States of the
ELECT v. Union, except where such rights have been, expressly JL. INDIVIDUAL INITIATIVE

Courageous delegated to the Federal Government by the Constitution 0 Individual initiative and self.reliance In agrlculti' ,
of the United States; and the abolition of industry and in the professions. The Amer

Federal grants when predicated upon Federal control. tradition of individual freedom and responsibWty n.j. ,'.
be maintained, regardless of socialistic or pat rn.Ln'-
g SOUTHERN TRADITION trends which might promise temporary security "

LeadershipPolitical 4 The recognition of the Inherent right of the people
of the Southern States, as well as the right of the GOVERNMENT COMPETITION ,

people of ether sections of the United States to the 9 That the Government of the United Sta.telI' t

preservation of their local, time.honored customs and not enter directly or indirectly, Into IhU\JI8\S in
expediency traditions. competition with private individuals, except in lima of
must yi"'ld to clean-cut FREEDOM FROM FEAR AND COMPULSION

C The right of individual free enterprise in labor and TEACH CONSTITUTIONAL GOVERNKIKT

thinking and courageous 5 Management without fear of Government reprisal; 1 ft The introduction Into tt,. .t. ..1u.. lohal.rs' '"

and the right to work without being compelled to pay 1 of an intensive course w in.n.lclrt O.t.e r'.da:
leadership during i tribute to any man or organization. mentals of constitutional goennmert

the perilous period


immediately ahead for i I \

Florida. For these Tear Out-Sign and Mall to ,
I the purpose of widely publicizing: prin. .

I oiples and to encourage statewide consideration and Florida Voters for Constitutional aov.nsrta.ss I

Floridians must j discussion of the vital issues with which they deal, it Orlando, Florida :;
423 8. Orange Ave p, 0. :Box 9M i
choose as governor, a WM decided to set up an organization. ,

who has stood the FRANK D. tPCHURCII Gentlemen: I expect to register and vote In the coming electrons uJ

man Governor of Florida Adopting the name Florida Voters for Constitu.fully approve the Declaration of Principles ai set fortk V- .r n/
test of leadership and organization.and, wish to assist In this worthy effort. I
tional Government, R. D. Keene, Winter Garden, was
responsibility. FRANK D UPCHURCH h I Enclosed herewith remittance of I.
named Clark lit Vice
President; John D. Waverly,

that man. President; Dr. Meredith Mallory, Orlando, 2nd Vice -- .as my contributions toward

President; Russell Kay Tampa Secretary and E. T. widely jubllclilng this program
H. thinks, he feels, he talks like the ordinary
Lyle, Orlando, Treasurer Signed .. .. ._
man next door. Most great men of history havo : _

had this touch of the common mon."-Jasper News. Concerned with issues and policies rather than r,, Occupation I

men or parties, this organization does net support or -) Addmi. _. .

Frank D. l/pe/inrch Will be tint IM MayBe oppose any specific candidate for public office, State -

first with him in March April and May or national, but rather, cresols a yardstick by which City state.-
MOTE lift
: NIIJI M it fur. iiirml. wkitiir you nilrllsti si I"f
J' H. may be measured., ::: : -: 1-=

rolilinl.4J..I1 _..U-P.U far by frbtJt e/ Pram.D. 1C1u.rc" .

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FOR SIIERIFF OF OKEECHOBEE FOR SHERIFF OF OKEECHOBEE of Okeechobee County subject to the l FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER I I for Okeechobee County In the Democratic -
COUNTYI COUNTYI will of the voters In the Democratic I DISTRICT No. S I I I Primary May 2. I will appreciate

ANNOUNCEMENTFOR hereby announce that I am a take this opportunity to announce Primary May 2. If elected I will I take this opportunity to announce your continued vote and
candidate for the office of sheriff that I candidate for faithfully the duties
I am a perform of that that I am a candidate for reelection support

RE-ELECTION TO OFFICE! OF : of Okeechobee County In the Demo. the office Of sheriff of Okeechobee office. Your Influence, vots and support i i to the office of County R. E. (EDDIE) BASS
SUPERVISOR OF REGISTRATION cratic Primary to be held May 2. County In the Democratic Primary will be greatly appreciated. Commissioner for Okeechobee County !
This Your vote and support will be ap to be held In May. I will appreciate W. R. (Roy) TOMLINSON I from District No. 3 in the Demo TOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER
li to announce that I am a
I preciated. your vote and support. < I II cratic Primary to be held May 2. I DISTRICT' No. S
candidate for re-election to the Office I II '
of Supervisor of Registration I N. 0. STEWARTFOR I II I MORISE THOMAS II | FOR TAX COLLECTOR OF will appreciate your continued vote I wish to announce that I am a
I OKEECHOBEE COUNTYI and support. c .nJilato for the office of County
lubject to the First Primary May I
2, 1944. If re-elected I will try to I SHERIFF OF OKEECHOBEE I FOR SHERIFF OF OKEECIIOBEE I take this opportunity to announce I ERNEST HILLIARD Commissioner from District No. S

give you the lawful lervlce ai I I I, COUNTY. I I COUNTY that I am a candidate re-election for Okeechobee County subject to
to the office of Tax Collector sub FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER
the Democratic Primary May 2. I
have tried In the pait. Thanking I I am a candidate for reelection 10' I take this opportunity to announce :'
ject to the May Primary DISTRICT No. 3 will vote and
that I candidate for the I | appreciate your sup
am a
you for your vote and support the office of Sheriff of OkeechobnJ I I
I office of Sheriff of Okeechobee Your vote and support will be appreciated I take this opportunity to an' port. ARCIIIE LAMB.
W. B. HARGRAVE County subject to the voters In the
I I the will of the nounce that I am a candidate for
Democratic Primary May 2. Your County subject to
Democratic I II I BESSIE ALDERMANFOR the office of County Commissioner FOR CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT
In the Primary
FOR REPRESENTATIVE IN THE continued. vote and support wll be voters
I' W M from District No. 3 for Okeechobeei COURT
LEGISLATUREI [ appreciated. May 2. I will appreciate the vote I i
i i County In the Democratic Primary I hereby announce my candidacyfor
of the
and support of the people
with to ensconce that I an a L. L. CONRAD. COUNTY COMMISSIONER!
I| May 2. 1 will appreciate your vote reelection as Clerk of the Clr.
candidate for re-election ai Representative county. DISTRICT No. 1
i I -- J. A. ABNEY I| and support.I ,. u.t Court of Okoechobee County
In the Florida Legislature I wish to announce that I am a
I I F. M. MOBLEY subject to the Democratic Primary
for Oketcnebee Couaty In the comIng -I candidate for election to the office -
COUNTYI FOR SHERIFF OF OKEECHOBEE Commissioner I May; 2. I will appreciate your votenl
primary election. Your continued of County from ,
support will\ be appreciated. wish to announce that I am a COUNTYI district No. 1 for Okoechobee County I FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER: support.
W. J. (BILL) HENDRY candidate for the office of sheriff hereby announce my candidacy in the Democratic PrIJ .ary May! DISTRICT No. 4 ROY R. RAULERSON.
of Okeechobee County In the Demo for the office of sheriff of Okecrho- f' I
2. I will appreciate the vote and I wish to announce that I am a
FOR REPRESENTATIVE: 10TilE: cratic Primary election to be held In bee County In the Democratic Pri- support of everyone. candidate for tho office of County FOR COUNTY: JUDGE OF

LEGISLATUREI May, 1944. I served ai State Game mary May 2. I have served the peo- B. C. SWAIN Commissioner from District No. 4 OltCECIIOUEE COUNTYI :
herewith announce my candidacy Warden for eleven year and feel ple of Okeechobee as Chief of Police for Okeechobee County subject to I hereby announce that 1 am a

for member of the State Legislature I that I gained experience that will six years and feel that with the ex- the Democratic Primary !May 2. I i-andulate for the office: of County

from Okt-echobee County, greatly benefit me In the sheriff's perience gained In that branch of FOIl COUNTY COMMISSIONER: will appreciate the tote and supportof !'idcj of Okeceholico County In the

State of Florida, lubject to the will ; office. I solicit your vote and sup law enforcement work I will be in DISTRICT No. 1 everyone. Dimocntlc Primary May 2 If

of the people In the Democratic primary port In the coming primary and If a better position to give them !good I wish to announce to the peopleof I GILBERT CULBRETII. 'ort'nted and elected I will\ serve

of May 2, 19 H. i elected to this Important office I service as sheriff. I will appreciateyour I Okeechobee County that I am a I < poop'p to tho best of my abIlity.I .

Your vote and lupport will be ape will serve the people of th Countyto vote and support. candidate for County Commissioner I v.' ,,i'pre..ate your vote and sup

predated. the best of my ability. i iI R. C. EVANS In District No. 1, subject to the FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER port. P. P. EVANS
PHIL Y. CASON R. E. (BOB) PADGETT Dvn.ocrat.c: Primary:: )Ioyl.: Your DISTRICT No. 4
vote and support will be appreciated. I take this opportunity to an. roil COUNTY JUDGEI
I1k1AOt'R[ st N R x't;A R 7nf fl'!t >il'ZrK lie'!IU'JltIli"n" mKIm1IJI1! COUNTY
nounce that I am a candidate for reelection hereby announce my candidacy
I wish to announce to the peopleof L. K. LEE as a member of the Boardof .'or re-election to th)e office of Coun-

: Okeechobee County that I am a County Commissioners froivi ;t' Judge of Okceohohvo Co. and if

I ABRAHAM LINCOLN I I candidate for Sheriff of Okeechobee FOR ('OV TY COMMISSIONER i ounty Commissioners District No.'I nominated In the Democratic Pri.I' .

County lubject to the Democratic DISTRICT! No. 2 of Okeechobee County In the i .F4'5, +in May and elected In the
Primary May 2, and as I have had I wish to announce that I am a Democratic Primaries In May. I will I'0-ncral: Election In November of this

past experience In the Sheriff's office candidate! to succeed myself as a I,.nprcclate! the vote and support of t"1, I pli'dce cont'nued honest,
I assure the people that I will member of the Beard of County I the people of the county. I I faithful and loyal service to the tax-

a SAID render the best service possible as Com lssloner of Okeochohce County { C. E. DRAWDY pim-M and citizens and will giveI

, /r : an officer of the peace. I solid'' from District No.: 2 subject to the I I I rout hued fair and impartial decisions

your vote and support. will of the voters of Okeechobee FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER! I'n I the trial of all matters coming

Q HORACE J. KING County In the Democratic Primary DISTRICT No. 5 In,fon. mi.. I respectfully!! solicit the

r.' "I don't think much of a man who is :f ft In May. I will appreciate the vote I wish to announce that I am a support and vote of the voters or
U FOR SUPERINTENDENT OF and s-pport of everyone. candidate for reelection as County I Okeechobee County.
not wiser today-tha'n he
was yester- INSTRUCTIONI :
PUBLIC W. F. WALKER Commissioner from District No. 5 T. W. CONELY, JR.
t day. :st take this opportunity to announce -- -_.-- '. ------
; that I am a candidate for Superintendent
of Public Instruction for

S: NO WISER DECISION CAN BE MADE I Okeechobee County In the Demo. ; .
untie Primary In May. k
et THAN THAT OF OWNING MORE WAR I Your vote and support will be ap ,



This is to announce that I am a

; candidate for re-election to the office tq.k, I

t'' of Superintendent of Public In-
struction of Okeechobee County sub

k I i I v ject to the Democratic primary May ,
X 2nd. I will appreciate the vote and

support of everyone.

; r kv'x ; ;
)i ,
I wish to announce that I am a A Ur9
1 candidate for member of the School '"

,I i Board from District No. 2 In tht

}t Democratic Primary May 2. I will

I appreciate your vote and support.

Okeechobse County V. E. (VAN) LIGIITSEY



a : I wish to announce that I am a
candidate for reelection as a memo
L1 ber of the School Board from District
I No. 2 for Okeechobee County.I .
t Phone 15 will appreciate the continued vote

u and support of all of the people of

; Deposits Insured through Federal Deposit my district.
i W. D. COKER -- -"-- )
Insurance CorporationOFFICERS --


C. H. McNULTY, President N. RAY CARROLL, Vlc-Preldnt i) I am a candidate for the office of "EDCIlSS? 1\

5t1 j E. G. KILPATRICK, Cashier i) School Board Member from DistrictNo.

E M. Meserve J. M. Roe, Sr. J. 0, Pearce Allen MarkhanjoflaAjut $ for Okeechobee County In the Him \
Democratic Primary May 2. Bringing : .
I will appreciate your vote and s
pi'g .' !.!. .k.SlfttB. ,B ltH.ll (1t#IUtJIt St.13.g L'ai3ta,2tat11)1IL: ;R lil support. OMAR HUNT % Comfort and Hope \ .\

DISTRICT! No. 2 .. a

BE CERTAIN TO To the voters of School

Board District No.2:
t wish to announce that I am a
candidate for member of the School Through the tangled barbs of enemy Giving to Red Cross has always been

Board from stiict No. 2 for Okee- prison camps-over sea and jungle to a proud habit of millions of American

chobee County In the Democratic battle-weary, lonesome men on every families-and this year you will want
ROSE BALFE Primary to be held May 2. front-to unfortunates here at homestretches to give more freely to your own
I am now serving my second term the comforting hand of the Red Cross to your own sons and
as a member of the City Councif Red Cross, with hope and tangible daughters in the service. None will

also my second term as a member rifts straight from your heart. Man be forgotten while your Red Cross
Democratic of the Board of Trustees for this has conceived of no greater agency is on the job-and it is YOU who
school district and I feel that the for the relief of human misery and must keep it so. So dig deep and

National Committeewomanof experience I have ,framed from these suffering. be glad. For wherever he is

positions will be of much benefit to

me In serving as School Board member The RED CROSS his side
FloridaPRIMARY I will appreciate your vote and is at

support.! .

MAY 2nd take FOR this TAX opportunity ASSESSORI J. !M. ROE to, SR.announce and theQed.Cross YOU !

THIS IS THE MOST IMPORTANT WOMAN'S that I am a candidate for ,

OFFICE IN THE STATE, .AS THE NATIONAL. I Anespor reelection subject to the to office the May of prl.Tax ,<<
!! :

"PEMQCRATS OF THE STATE IN WASHING- Your vote. and support will be appreciated. 41V




.. I am a candidate for Tax: Assessor

I O +I:

I Co. Commissioners'ty and Circuit Court 3590. --j II withheld for Fib 170. -x :x- x ::4 x:cs x x:l :tit x -x x: ":x_Y.t
T. W. Conely, Jr., docket fee RACE TRACK FUND e
ED. BAKERS February $2600. I Doard of Public Instruction, dona- y
(Continued from page 1) L. L. Conrad, coat bill. Sheriff tlo, $2.000.00.I .
The Fair Store, assigned cemetery February U3087.HO I I ( ,ty of Oktechobee, donation $2,. I
work $1400.Ftnolo I 6'10.'''> )
Chemical Co, supplies Pay Roll DUt. No.1, labor $55.50. j"'- -- l lI
court house $6.00. Tractor and grader pay roll, labor a ,
The Humming Bird Press, printing Dmtrlct No. 3 $88.00. ELECT I '
Marks and Biandi Books $0.00. Pay roll Dlat.! No. 2, labor $303.70.Knirbt'l :
Honda Power &: L'ght' Co., electricity Service Station, gas District LEX GREEN
court house and jail Feb.I No. 2 3.00, I! I t
I unry $19.19.Rauluaon Beanie Alderman, tag agent II- II I ,
Dept. Store, supplleirounty cense tan for new co. truck J.76. .
i jail 1467. Standard 011 Co., fuel District ,"
No. 3 $5.94.Gilbert i I I'
%e Knights Service Station, gas for j
cemetery work $1681. Culbreth, gas District No.l I _
vat I Okeechobee News, printing, $ 3, $1635. : 4
thholdlng Tax Fund 32.60'1 Ruble Has, gar Dist. No. 2 $$.3Hriettiston pIUOKED'
I ta' mhholil! for Feb. 1880. Motor Co., tractor parts
I Scharfschwerdt Bros, supplies $40.00.
I court house 1890. Withholding Tax Fund Incometax I
Baslntrer School Lunch Room, withheld for Feb. $.80. I I
.. Man Candidate lorGOVERNOR I
groceries for February $12 50.
I A. Fulford, t GVERIttOfl.raofaVMtel. lit
i Beanie Alderman commission due salary County Agt .
February 9830.
tax collector $150000.L
L. Conrad, attending county J. S. Underhill, recording fees rv/jgcF AID ream PEOPLE
A ua.lble Civic Leader ad I commlinlonern. Feb. $12.00. February $3000.Withholding KitilU, KEEP EUia Will YOU
State. Stor wfeo aim fr a. I Claudia A. Conrad, salary Jailor Tax Fund, income tax ''March !t tttl
f>r sf foua and Greater FtorkU.YOU'LL
$59.60.I ---.-----.-:.__. _._._.___ ))1
I G. C. Durrnnce, conviction fees I ELECT "
Be for Baker February $25.00. ;
Roy R Raulcrion, coat bills Coun- :
t Dwight L. Rogers lri 5

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Candidate For Sheriff I, '..:..:....:..Gilbert..:....:....:....-:....:....:...-.:....:....:...".:TheatreOkeechobee-..-..:....:....:......:-..:...---rr.:-.:..-:.-...-.:-_-'-......'. YOURCongressman 11 & 12fi

> I Sunday & Monday !
I .
Roddy McDonaldI (Free Homes From Taxes) I

i t I When He Served In ,the FloridaLegislature I I SATURDAY: 3:00: P. M. :

ti5 I Lassie Come Hrmc

n '' I I IN TECHNICOLOR_ Also: I.I II "I I Let Affairs Him/ Help h>' Sending I's In Him National to "' SUNDAY : 3:00: P. M. !_

Y (Political Advertisement Paid foi by Home-Owncr'
.. .r tPa.p"K c MIDDLE ROAD"Wednesday .-.ee..a. e...--, .-er-wr.- -- -.-.-.--.e .....-.-.e. I ,!II

4 s. I:

+ ,' Only \ffeid: From where I sit. iJt f f et

4 Mary Lee .H _
-InNobody's- (

R. E. PADGETT i t Darling f. :f'I\ ol 1 Joe MarshWe at
I < i.Ji : \
Due to the shortage of GAS '' iu iut
\laoBINGO lI' .
and TIRES it might be Impox.

aillie! for me to see all of the i NIGHT We had a real old-tlme church war. We've got our wn'rc>.* and I T"t
voters during! : the campaign. I STOOGC COMEDY: i iI sui'per the other night Cert troubles. It's a mmy:;; good I t
asaur you that your vote and I Childers played the fiddle, and thing we can relax with a little
support will be appreciated. the ladles brought refresh. wholesome enjoyment.And .
Coming Attractions"GIRL ;
.-...... ._ -.-I, ments. Of course, we missed the I believe it's what the
I boys who were away-but all In men over there would have us
I CRAZY" I I Ij all It was mighty pleasant. do. .. keep up the little friendly
j "BEST FOOT FORWARD" Only sour note was Doc !MoClnnls customs they remember-like
'STUl SPANGLED Rill'HIM" "Shucks," says Doc, "we the evening get-togethers, haying
THE HOSTAGES" oughtn't to be enjoj'In'ourselves a glass of beer with friends, '
K 4 YmlPe when Amfilcnn soldiers are and all the little pleasures they :

a x I-+++.I'i'i'....+...i'...+..ttttttttt'....'..................-+.'tt\..,....tt....'+..+. over there fightln' a war." look forward to enjoj;'ing. I I,,
Now from where I sit, Doc's I ,,II

I .:..:..:..:..:..;..;..:..:..;..;..:..;..;..:..:-.;..:..:..;:.:..;..;.;. absolutely wrong. All of us era !:. :90e tJlWwt I
working overtime to help the I ; BROPU; RIDING BULL HIDiNG


Na 79 01 II Series Copyright, 1944, BmII InJuiUy)'Fowdadoa I i I: CALF ROPING !

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lou'll be Important-to your country
and to jour fighting men-If you
take over a vital job In the Army.In -
the onun'a. Army Corps you'll "1 I'
get expert Army training that may
For pave the way to a postwar career I PARADESaturday I
lou'll have a chance to Improve :
jour skill or learn a new one-to
meet new people, lee new places, :
have experiences jou'll rememberall I 1 ::00

MILLARDCALDWELL Gif your full life.details about the WAC at 18680161JR1I181

any U. S. Recruiting Station. Or I
I i
write for Interesting booklet. AdI I
Fancier War veteran dress The Adjutant General, 441SMunition
Lawyer Teeterf SUteewaaFlorid Bid,., Washington 25, D.
C. (Women In 'ceaentlal wa Industry
CM B*> ConrWewrt theiremployer e
with Caldwell meat hare release from to the World
the U. S. Employment
I ...... Mo. NM ..W ,...... or
Il MMU.CMMI Serlce.)
General Admission Including All Seats
I (" 4.0 t 0040000000'
The boy in the tank and the Production fight your Stand.
Adults $1.25
man on the tractor are part. and Oil man it alto a fight. I -

nert -fighting partners-in ing partner, He is helping "
this war for Freedom! We the Southern farmer keep his Children Servicemen and Women

Denmark Furniture Co. on the home front must furnish trucks, tractors and machin 75c Tax Included |
the food (16,000,000 ery fighting-fit by giving ,
more acres of it than last helpful service and advice

NEW LOCATION I year's record total), to supply on farm machinery mainte*
our boys with what they need nance and making dependable
for Victory. fuels and lubricants available Sponsored By

MARKHAM BUILDING With farm labor short, everywhere.every .

piece of farm machin- Always anxious to serve,
Across Park From Bank ery must be kept in the fields your Standard Oil man can Pahokee Elks LodgeProduced I

working, in fighting-trim,and certainly render you extra
not in the shed for repairs service now. Ask him for i I

OPEN HOUSE SATURDAY Rust, dirt and wear free copy of his 64- By
must be prevented page "Wartime Maintenance

MARCH 11,', 1944. In this Afore Food |'1, Manual" OSCAR CLEMONS

PAY US A VISIT I, 4. Net Proceeds Are Used to Purchase

.. \ STANDARD OIL COMPANY War Bonds In Palm Beach County
J. E. CONE, Agent

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