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Title: The Okeechobee news
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Language: English
Publisher: The Okeechobee Publishers, Inc.
Place of Publication: Okeechobee Fla
Creation Date: March 17, 1944
Publication Date: -1992
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Coordinates: 27.241667 x -80.833056 ( Place of Publication )
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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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Volume 29 Number 39 .. Okeechobee, Florida, Friday, March 17, U.U Price Five Cents
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News of Our Boys Several Hundred Disabled -- Mrs.. Markham And ;Deadline to QualifyFor

War Veterans Will Be INFORMATION ON SOLDIER Mrs. C. Durrance Are

Employed By U. S. S. C. Co-hostesses At Meet
In Various CampsAt VOTING ; Offices TonightAt

Clcwliton, March 11-A Veteran's The Woman's Missionary Societyof

Home & Abroad Administration official has voiced the First Baptist Church met at Twelve O'clock

high praise Of the United States the home of Mrs, Allen Markham

Sugar Corporation for Its plan to t Attention every Man or Woman in the Tuesday afternoon Mrs. Carl Durance -
Leslie Swain has arrived safely
somewhere In England with the hire hundreds of disabled veterans' : Armed services or Merchant Marines absent was co-hostess with Mrs. Tonight at twelve o'clock ls the

at the new starch factory now under Markham. dead-line for all candidates for state
United States Army. Leslie enteredth from the State of Florida by reason of your
( I construction here Mrs. S. J. Davis president openedthe and county officers to qualify
arm>' about two years ago and :service !
i )I. Bryson, manager of the Veterans meeting Mrs. Dave Coker gave with the County Democratic BVecu-

wa stationed for a while in Georgiaand Bartow I Hoiplul at Bay Pines, said: You can Vote in our Democratic Primary the devotional, which was very Inspiring tive Committee and the Clerk of the
then transferred to
"To our knowledge that la tho first in May. to all present Her subjectwas Circuit Court In order to enter the
when he remained until he wai lent I
overeeaa. big corporation to take such an ac Secure Your Ballots in the following man "Our Opportunities. Primary Election May 2. All candidates

I tive interest and realistic view of bits Davis gave a resume of the who have not paid their feel
ner :
the post war problem regarding vet. Week of Prayer recently held for to these places must do so or their
Mi and Mrs J. \\ Bond hove received I Secure printed form postal card for requesting -
eran personnel\. the Homo Mission work. The offer names will not be placed on the
notice that their ion, Corp I ballot from Officer
a Commanding ballot.
I "It appears that the corporation your ing for the afternoon was $I5.M.
Earl] Bond has arrived In Sicily '
hal very modern Ideas as to person or from! your Headquarters Office, and The next netting will be at the All candidates must file their first
where he U with the of occupation I "
army nel relations] and that men entering mail to the Secretary of State, Tallahassee, onto of Mrs E. J. Wilson. statement of expenses between April ,
In that country.
Its services will have every chance Florida ; or'Vdte Those preeen't were: Mesdames 3 and April 8 or they will be disqualified '"

to advance in direct ratio to their j M. L. Hancock M, L. Durrance, E. even after they have paid rI
News has reached here that Sift. a personal note to the Secretary of
ability to produce." 0. Uorey, E. J. Wilson, Z. K. Wil. their qualification fees There will
Albert Rcrka who has been tta. I:: Florida official of the Veterans 1 State, Tallahassee:' Florida, requesting that a liams L. L. Rauleraon, Franklin be other statements of expense to be

tioned at Camp Van Doom Mm, Administration and the United I "War Ballot" be sent you, giving him your Walker, Hubert Harden W. D. Cok- I filed later. Most of the candidateshave

hah recently been promoted to the States Sugar Corporation are rushIng complete address, age, home county and town cr, J. A. Lowry, W. R. Cheshire! already paid their qualifying
staff Sergeant
rank of sergeant ', forward an employment plan for and precinct number if known to you. John Pittman, R. E. Hamrick, R. E. fee but there Is still a number who

III rka has been in the army fifteen war veterans In connection with the i Padgett, M. E. Lanier D. O. Alder- have not and they must rememberto
months.V : IMPORTANT : Only those men and women -
(lompnnj's new diversification program nan, J. T. Hancock, Rosa Durrance, do that before the dead line to.
I and post war plans that will 'I in the Armed Forces or Merchant Marines :. R. Bibb, Hugh Chandler Carl T. night.There. '

uril has reached Okeechobee I I:proviili, 'johs for more than 7,500 I requesting "War Ballot" through the Secretary Ilunance. Irvin Register, S. J. Davis has been very little Inter.

that Sergeant Carl Watford who has personsAdvertisers. of State can receive "War Ballots." Your ,) cn Markhum. eat In the campaign to date and it
been stationed In the Pacific theatre .
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County Judge cannot receive request. It is expected that little will be stirredup
your
of war for the pant two years is
Should mint to him the of Dies during the campaign due to the
now recuperating after a short 111-\ come through Secretary Jasper Lee I war and other conditions

are.Sgt. Watford I. the oldest sonof I State.

:Mi end Mrs. Ed. Watford. hen Reserve Space: In M* J he your rermest immediately and your In Hospital At Ft. I bee This News, year will as print before the the ballots Okeecho for

I J" "otvill be mailed to you on March 18, 1944. the election. All those candidates

I'u, Cecil Bass who Is station., Newspapers AheadLake Tri: n'ill hive YOU plenty of time to receive Pierce MondayJasper who expect to need SAMPLE BAL.
at ( ,ni.p., Rucker. Ala, spent Sunday
Mr. and Mrs your ballot, vote it and return it to the County.Judge LOTS are urged to place their orders .
hi r" with his parents
I I I for receipt by him before 2 now In order that they may
fr'\1' i r Bass, and family on or May ,
I I I Wales! \March 15-0. A. the date of the First Primary. Lee died at the Fort Pierce have the benefit of the cheap price

Brice, president of the Florida Pron ospital Monday morning at seven because if they are not printed with
Ok'.ehobe' News' Relatives of ervice and
(Association, today called upon all I I II men women 'clock after a short Illness. Mr Leeas the others they will be very expen

Okeochobee, Fla I I candidates In the Democratic primary I fnu1(1} clip! this notice and mail it to them. / taken ill while in the woods and rive and therefore we urge all who

bear Bryant: on May 2nd to place their orders fter reaching home ho was foundo expect to need them place their orders .

Just a line to let you know thud I for space In the newspapers as bo In such condition that he was now.

liavi been transferred to Miami is 'early a* possible. i iI I I'Newspapers -- ---- unhed to the Fort Pierce hospital The people of the entire county

an M 1. P Now laugh nil you want to, I where he died.
Florida maintaming
I In are will vote for County Commissioner
but the joke is that I don't have to ,I their usual standard of size I I Pete Lcightner Was Killed In ActionIn lie was born In DeSoto county instead of voting for them by districts .
all I
walk a beat or carry a gun and excellence at great effort I October 28, 1877. lie married Miss as was done last election]

do 'IB to write down all the excusesor I President Bnco said. "The extra de.// Burma According to A Telegram Cora Raulerson January 13, 1913 All those who have not registered i
for ;
Retting
aUbies that the boy give
I nmnds for space preceding the nd moved with his family to Fort for the primary should do so ateaTiose
drunk, etc. I work at the City j I will work tho Drum In 1925 where he had made .
mary place on papers who were registered foe
folic, Station as a clerk to the M. j I which ean ,on'gr! be met by knowing \', Receiver!',.By His .Parents Wednesday. his home since. '? ("
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fcgF: I'am on duty 8 hours an'delf '''" -'"*l'*' >" **** '" *** 4 .gr t. -.aP lw
needs auW'olently in advance. 'b'if; J
she widow Mrs.
r He Is survived h.vd to register again but If you a
:J4 flours, so you can see It 'a\j\ "I am afraid that last minute copy ---- Cora Lee, and three eons, Harrison were not a registered voter in this 1
Word received from the War I
was
not MI bad. t|wit have to be refused by come of Transport Rations For and Robert with the armed forces county then and expect to participate

Please change the address of my the capers, simply because shortageof I, Second Quarter Department Wednesday of this week I omewhere overseas, and Jasper Lee In the coming primary you

PM' r to: \ 'labor will make it absolutely. Imponsitlt I that Private Pete Lelghtner had Jr, Fort Drum and two daughters I, must register The registrationbooks

Til M. Bradley to add extra puiwi needed I, Boards will start processing commercial been killed In action in Burma I Mrs. Frances Simmons and Miss have been brought In from the

t ri( I' 4 HO M. P. Det. I and at the same time the publicnt'ondeadline. rations ( T rations) on March The telegram was sent to his parents Evelyn Lee of Jacksonville. I precincts and are now at the office

Miami, Fla '' 13, however such rations will not be Mr and Mrs, C. A Lelghtner, Funeral services were conducted I of W. B. Hargravei, Supervisor of '

Regarda FrankThe to all, I I "The newspapers of the state will\ valid until April 1. Agreement has and gave no details only that he at the cemetery at Fort Drum Wednesday Registration, where they will remain

: make every effort, to handle every been made with ODT that Boarda was killed in action. afternoon at 2-30: with Rev. open until April IS, so If you are

following story appeared Ina bit of advertising copy placed with will Issue to operators up to April Pete was among the first Okee D. 0. Alderman in charge. Burial not registered do so at once.

mint Sunday edition of the St. them but I know that if a flood of 13 without tailoring Between April ehobee county boys to be Inducted vas in the Foil Drum cemetery V

P, tursburu Times. Mr. and Mrs. F. lust minute copy comes In some of 13 and May 15 Hoards will tailor into the army and was tent to California The pall bearers were L. L. Con- LETTTER TO EDITORFresno

0. Houchard are the parents of Miss the advertising have to be turn. rations on a prorata basis Boards where he underwent training ad, R. C. Evans, Curtis Wright :

Francis Houchard who has been ed down. will refuse to Issue rations to operators Later he was sent to the Pacific Morise Thomas, L. K. Lee and B. C. 4, California

lonmcted with the Farm Security :{ "I would suggest that every can who have not called by May 19. theatre of war where he has been Swain. February 29, 11)41

Administration here for the past two :didate for state county and national Such operators will be referred to since. V e The Okeechobee News,

: loffice arrange now his advertising ODT. APPLICANTS MUST APPLY Pete Leightner was born and raised CHURCHES OF CHRIST Okeechobee, Florida.

ji'arx All four sons of Mr. and Mrs. F. schedule and place his order at least IM PERSON TO LOCAL WAR In Okeechobee and had lived here SCIENTIST"MATTER" Dear Friends

O. Houchard, residents of Largo for one week In advance with every PRICE _AND_: __,----0 RATIONING_ __BOARD all of his life until he went to the Enclosed herewith you will please
of the
a number of years, have had an active 'newspaper he expects to use In the army. He was engaged In fishing on is the subject find a money order to cover our subscription .

part in tho service of their campaign. I know of no other way Funeral Services Lake Okeechobee with his, father at Lesson-Sermon which will be read In to your valued paper for

country-both 'n the states and on in which some of the newspaper the time he entered the army 'Churches of Christ, Scientist thru another year. Please notice that
i with the problems now confronting out the world on Sunday, Mar. 19. ,Ithere
I Is the number 4 after Fresno
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foreign fronts. Held For J. M. This i Is the third casualty among '
of them! serve all who want to The Golden Text Is: "Turn ye not
What's more there are plenty can may the boys from Okeechobee County In now In our address, and please put
Harold II. Hou- use space at the very last minute"TO I' nto Idols, nor make to yourselves that on address label on the
tale the oldest son World War II, the others being your
V nolten gods: I am the Lord your
mate Scott MondayFuneral mail to That is
our
chard, warrant machinist's Lieutenant Donald G. Barber, who papers you us.
THE VOTERS OF SCHOOL I Cod" (Leviticus 19:4): .
of service number.
could spin about his 21 years was killed recently when the Flying zone

with, Uncle Sam's Navy. A ur- DISTRICT No. 2 ,I Fortress he was piloting cracked up Ariong the citations which conv. Both are well here and certainlydo !

vwor of a cruiser he was serving on services were conducted at near Tampa, and Vernon King who prise the Lesson-Sermon la the following enjoy getting your paper each
] of the war (in Due to circumstances and condi from the Bible: "Thus saitli week with the news from your com
during! the early part the Brethren Church here Monday was lost during a Naval engagement
which only 24 of the crew were tions over which I have no controlI afternoon at 3 o'clock for J. M. In the Pacific the Lord the King of Is-ra-el and munity. So glad to hear that Okee-

saved' Harold is now on duty aboarda I find it necessary that I withdraw ils redeemer the Lord of hosts; I ihobee now has a Bank again We
Nothing said about burial but
from the for member of the Scott who died' Saturday night was and I the last and
race am
U. S, destro'er.Autrala 1 the bodies of the men killed in action am the first ; are also proud to hear what a fine
\ was the scene of duty ,School Board from District No.2. about 9 o'clock following a heart at. beside me there Is no God. Fear yi showing Okeechobee county made In
will probably be buried In the
for another son, Lt. (Og) Eber Alden I Cam very sorry that circumstances tack. Mr. Scott had been In bad lertlon where they are killed and I not neither be afraid: have not 1 I the 4th War e Loan Drive. Fresno

who served have forced me to this decision.I I told thee from that time, and have, also went over the top strongout
several
Houchard, U. S. Navy health for the past years. after the war all will be brought county
with I want to express my appreciationto declared It? ye are even my wit
time here.
(In that country for some I Jame M irl,>n Scott was born In home for permanent burial.
mobile hospital unit. Later returning my friends for their promisee of nesses. Is there a God beside mel With very best wishes to the Okee

to the states the lieutenant Is ;:support and help and assure them Polk County Novel .her 17, 1875. He V yea, there U no God; I know not chobee folks, we are very truly

now stationed at San Diego, Cal., that it Is with sincere regret that I was married December 23, 1898 and Card of ThanksWe any (lea 44:6,8). Your friends

where he Is director of the GyroCompass am withdrawing from the race. moved with his family to Okeecho. The Lesson-Sermon also Include A. E. and Lovertle Armstrong
school OMAR HUNT are In 1917 where he had made his desire to express our appreciation the following passage from thhrlstian < V
Navy
to the people of Okeechobeefor
On duty In another theater of V home s:nee He engaged in the fish : Science textbook "Sclenc Staff Sgt. and Mrs J. W. You-
their kindness In our bereavement
war Sgt. Avery Houchard former Miss Sadie Sanders who has been business when he first moved to nd Health with Key to the Scrip mans of Tampa spent the weekendwith
and deathof
during the Illness
track shot with the pistol on Clear- visiting her uncle and aunt, Mr. and Okeechobee and continued! In that ures" by Mary Baker Eddy! "Mat Mrs. Youmans' parents, Mr.
husband and father.
water's police department waa in Mrs. J. II Walker Jr., left Tuesdayfor business until; hit death our er does not express Spirit. God I ilnfmlte I and Mrs. J. H. Walker Jr.
D. C., where she ...JoIn,. Mrs Mrs J. M. Scott Spirit. If Spiritls
Africa when he last wrote home. Entering Washington lIe is survived! by Hi omnipresent -.0I -
Ethel Rudd
Hilary service in October ,will resume her duties Martha Cora Scott three 'ft 'ch'or-, Mrs all and Is everywhere, what and I Mrs. E. G. Kllpatrick came up
i Mrs K B. Raulerson
1942. Sergeant Houchard was first I h Mrs Estclle Rudd Mrs R'ibv '.r.- where Is matter"? (p. 223:7-9). from her home at Port Mayaca last
Mrs R E. Holley
assigned to the paratroopers and 'and complications that developed Holley and Mrs. M'rtsa !nn.' Pa '. V Friday afternoon and spent the afternoon .
James W. ScottB.
later transferred to training for his eventually caused his transfer backto arson, and one '1'''. J n W S-ott, Mr. and Mrs. G. 0. Wallace havi t here with Mr. Kilpatrick.

present duty-that of nose gunner the states He Is at home at present all of Okeechobee a*"! on
aboard a B 24 bomber. He was graduated B. C. Scott of Foot pierce' 17 V of more than a year Mr. Wit. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. J. Hall ?of
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from gunnery school at Buckingham But the Houcharda have not only grandchildren and these great grand! r.,1 of Thanks lace Is connected with the Unite Gross Point, Michigan, arrived In

States Engineers and Is In charge 01 f Okeechobee last week and are spending .
( field. Fort Myers His wife these four service stars but a daughter children.
(s a resident of Clearwater. Mill Frances Houchard, I Is now The rema'tn ware la d to rest In Vr" wl"h to extend our thanks and the work now going on at the all!r a month here with Mr., and. Mrs

Fourth and youngest son, Charles doing her bit on the home front. the Okrechohee cemetery, anerfdatlon to the people of Okee I port. D. W. Cases!

!Morris Houchard, saw a year of Employed as a home economist 1 V chobee for their many kindnesses .0-

service In the Army_!* months of ,I with the farm administration, whose Mr. and Mrs Andy Anderson and ff'ir'ng the recent \Illness\ and death Mrs J. Louie Carter and thre e Miss Elizabeth Baum, one of the

that In Hawaii-before receiving an program is "Food for defense and Mr and Mrs C. H. McNulty of Mel. "f our )ltla"."'' "d! father. ?' f children of West Patti Beach returned teachera In the Okeechobee High
I Mrs. Jasper Lee and Family their home Sunday afte r School left yesterday afternoon' for
honorable discharge from duty. live at home the Is now located In bourne were visitors who spent I to "
of last V I pending several days here with Mr.' Lakeland where aha Is spending theweekend4ith
Whit stationed In Hawaii, he under. Oketchobee at supervisor for several Thursday night and Friday .
went an 'operation for appendicitis counties. week here. poet nrinsiwev? : "t T>'e News and Mrs W B. Jennings. ; "s her parents.. d


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Okppphobee County, Florida herein by SpeHul Tax School) DlatrlrtNuuiher (County, Florldn] thla 2stli day of
rvtltloner 1, In OkevchnliPD County Fclirimry, .\. 1'. 1H44.H LJ.1: LOAN .
Every mi jr by the ".. Klnrlilii a political auhillvlalnn atuinxinQ iY K. UAfl.KKSOX.t'lerk .
Okeechobee News Co. at Okeecho- TUB STATE OF FLORIDA and the ( dlatrlct In nnd nf the State of nf Circuit Court: NinthJinllcliil I i-itJ'Aft "
taxpayer. property ownera. and rlnrlila, and tilt! Hoard of Public In. Circuit of }'."rl bee Okeechobee County, Florid cltutpna of Okwchobee County FlorIda .mii'tlun for mold t'ounly HI the II"' (SKA' )
\ Including non-rpaldenti owning rnlng body of laid LHntrlrt. leeklnifii Hv Sophronla Peaao, I), C I C CIC ATTACK
or aiihjept to taiallon di'tprmliiti the authority to hails Mary Kiniilprfiir NehulmanAtluruey ,
BRYANT BOWMEN: Bditor [ property
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therein Pefelidiltit. 'h"o'rfllndlllil' Bonds of anldIrhixil for -
Mutrli't lu the totnl anni of
Entered M second class matter The above mass colulnir on to ho HJIKK). and to determine the legality ___ MmE -

July 1. 1914. at the Poet Office In heard upon the petition thin day tiled if Imliiarj the pniceeuiufra to and In had cimnwtlun and taken there pre-
Bonn ol I'uhllc Inatrurtlon -
OkeechobM, Florida, under the herein by for the Okeechobea County Flor- with, and seeking a decree In this

Act of March 8, 1879.8VBSCRTON. Ida an n puhllp body, corporate and AI Court to Talldnle and confirm tho la- OLD JUDGE SAYS. .
the pnnirolllng body of the County ninnr of laid honda, and avid petition ,, I.rte I
In and for OkeechobeeI'nnntv now liHvlng hipn prem'titi'il tn thla
ehool system Court and the Cnnrt '", hill fully ad.
I 'n pnlltlenl' mili RATE 'of Florida teeklnir to determinethe rimed In the prcmlaea. It la lllUiKUKD,
One year In advance ..._.........$3.00 State authority to tumie UefiindlnuBiiiidD AI>.JtI"U.u:!) AM DKCHIOKL; that HIP
State of FInrMa, the State -
SIx months In advance ........... 1.00 nf anlil, Board In the total turn' Attorney fur the Ninth through Judicial Circuit
of fll'0,000. and to determine the )">nal-
Three monthi In advance ........ .'71 Itv nf the proeepdlniM hail and takpnprpllmlnary In and for Okeei'hnhee County be
to and In cnnncctlon therewith and, It la hereby required to ahowcau
mil .ppl Court on the 4th day of April 1914 at
Legal Advertisements Court to validate' and confirm the la.minute ,
10.00 o'clock A. S1., at thu Court Hume
hands. and sold petition \
of auld' ,1'r : I Ir
In .0
now having been prpaented to thla Fort I'lpreo. Florida why mliliKiiula
ahould nut he vulldnted and
Court being fully ailvlneil -
Court and the
BtMCINO DEP4RTMENT In the premlaea, IT IS'! ORDERED. confirmed by a decree of this Court In
STATE OF FLORIDA : AD 11'pfFD AND DECREEDthat conformity: to the prayer set forth In
No. 419FFlrE the, Statn of Florida through the maid petition and nuriuant: to the
lawi of the State of Florida In inch
Of COMPTROLLER State Attorney for the Ninth, JiidleUIClrmlt \ '
TALLAHASSEE. FLORID In and for Okecohobee County coca made nnd provided ,
Wh,.,.... by eatUfartorr nldonrI'ppl1tr,1 be and It In hereby required to how It U further. ordered mid decreed ..
to tho undersigned It ham ,.nll.... If any there he before thus that the Clerk of thus Court he and I I I
been mndo to ap|>''.. hut a hanking Court nil the 4th day nf April 1044 be Ii hereby required to publlab lute I I
company under the name of OKEKTHORF.E : nt 10:00:: o'clock A. :M., at the Court order In the Ikoerhnhee Newt, a newa- I Ih '
COT'NTY BANK, located .t Ho"... In Fort 1.1....... Florida, why Taper printed and P fdOk within I
OKEKCHOBEE. FLORIDA Hid orrnnlzod aald bond should nut he .valdnted wild I nlatrli-t lu the City
under the 1.awa of Florida, and confirmed' by a decree of thin bee, Okeerhiihoe County, Florida and
tins compiled with nil the provlalonarequired Cnnrt In conformity to the praver set nf general clrculntlon In cold Dlatrlct.once .
tn be compiled with by the forth In anti petition and' pursuant to each week for at "leant three cimapcnllve -
Banking Law of the State of Florida the lawa of the State nf Florida III weeks prior to the anld 4lh
hpforp a company uliiill hp anlhorlzpil, aitch, luau made anti provided. tiny of April 1U44 the (lint piildlcatlon
to commence the himlnepa' nf Hawking thereof to ho not more than eighteen' II ra'4
Now, thpreforp. I. J.l1: I.EK fomnIr.illiT It la further ordered and decreed Buys before aald date and lame la
of the Stilt" nf Fliirldn. hv Tlr- Hint the Clerk nf thin Court be and hereby declared, to eonatltntp notice to I YEi
file nf the authority ealod In me by lie la hereby required" to piibllih thla thp several property owners and cltl. t'
Section 41.11 of the ItevlMNl firneralStaMitea order 'In the Okeechnbee Newt a *>na. taipa.vcra of mid IHatrlct. and C
of Klorldn., pprtlfy Hint the newapaper printed and pOhltahed, In nil otlipra wham It nay concern, torn I }}.\ :
OKKIICIlonKK: : ('Of''IITB.:' .\ (the City nf Okeechnhee, Okpecholiee Inn ndhta' and requiring them to all nw
Okeechohpp In Hi" Comity of County.: Florida, and 1 nf general circulation miiae. If any they have or If any: : I Mr .
rhnhee and I hi' Slat nf Okoo'l l lauthorised I In call Conntv. once pneh there he, to soul\ Court nt the Court I I
to commence the week for at "least three 131 eomeciitlvoweeki HOIUP In .'0.110" ".. Florida on auld a.. "1I 1 I
of Bunking under the name above prior to the mid 4th day of 4th day of April 1U44. lit mid hour "f ,
flven' with a cniiltnl, clock of Twenty April 11)14.! the .Inat publication there 10:00: o'clock A. M., why odd hondo ?
Klro Thonnand pollara.fl nf tn be not more than eighteen' \1-( l lionld' not bp tai Iii nted and conflrniPd H 1.i
,pn tinder BIT bund mil' ami of I I.m" ilny before anti date cold 1 mime la by a decree of this Court In conforml
., thin twentlpth dnf nf. N'orem- hereby declHred tn constitute notice to tv to tho prayer But forth In Bald pelt
her A. D. One Thoiimind, Nine Hundred the ai'vernl ,,'olw.tnpro and cltlrnna. I lion and purainint to the Iowa of the I Sr
Forty-Three. taipayera nf mold County, and State of Florldn' In urh cine uiadc '
(SEAL) .T. V. 1F.E. all olhera' whom It may concern pommnndlno and provided 111: :
Comptrelli-r State of FlnrldH. \ mid requiring them to show DONE:' AND OHDEIIKD lit Fort '
34-8 tNOTICE CIIUHP. If any they hare or If any there fierce Florida. In the :Ninth JIIdlI'l1tClrrntt
poll Court, at the Court Iloun" ,
he. tn of 1tf1..i.
the State nf Florida. thin
Florida, aald 4th I
In Fort Pierre on
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1'ud Jay uf Marlh..1044.ENTER '
OF INTENTION: TO SELL tiny of April. 1)44.! at acid, hour of 1000nVluck I ,! C :
L4MD A. M,. why tall, honda should A. o. KAXXKIt; I '. 'ii_
NOTICE IS' HBKEBY: GIVES that. l not validated\ and confirmed by a Judge of the C'lrcult Court err.. '
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iiiintmnt to Section 1.1 III.I ChapteriodfiH decree of thla Court In conformity to of the Ninth Judicial Circuit :
J.awa nf. Florida' Aett nf 1011. the praver aol forth In mid petition of tho State of FloridaIn 'w
and Section 07. Chnpter 11717, I.awc of and' pnrmnint 'to the liiwn nf the Stale. unit for Okeechobee ,
Flnrlilii\ Aett nt 111.11, na 11I1.llIlebv\ of Florida In pitch caao mode and provided. County, v-Klorldu.NOTICK i "Judfe, would you mind tellin' Charlie here during our 13 yean of prohibition What
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Florida.Section 11.Arts Chnptpr of( 1911. the 20.B3S.following Laws dpnerlhpil 'nt- DONE. AND ORDERED nt Tort I what you told me the other night walkin' you really vote for is whether liquor i ii going

Ininl In okopchobce Comity.Flnrldo. Tierce. Florldn. In the Ninth Judicial' IX TUB NAMK rIP TO> TilEWI''j. \I'PE.\R I home from lodge. I can't word it just the to be sold legally or illegally.whether the

NWi/i' of to-wtt XE'J:' : of XE' Irma E 210 2nd Circuit dny of of the:March.State' mHo of Florida thla TO: AII.EKX.: (nF.: FLORIDA FISIIKU: : way you did." community is going to get needed taxes for

ft. See :!!\. Twp 37. Rile SSEoat :' of A. O. KAXXER, ivln.se |aat kniiwn nildreta CAUVK11.win 11(1,1 I "Sure thing. Tim. Here'i what I told him. schools hospitals and the like or whether I
ft nf of XK'J, Courtof
210 N\VL4 .Tudtrn of the Circuit
VK". Sec ttt.. Twp 37, KIP 35 the Ninth Judicial Circuit :N. Mechanic: ,. St. Berrlen Sprliin"MIcllltTHH. Charlie. There'i no such thing as votin' a this money is going to go to gangsters and

outcry Will for he offered the hlfflii'Ht fur gold nod l brat at puhllp cn.hhlil. I, and nf the for Slate OkeechoheaCounty. of FloridaIn \ lull are hereby required to flip appparnnce I ; nation, a state a county or even a com- bootleggers. That's the answer boys -. I

of Commlmtloiipra. enhlect tn the of rlirht Rvcrichidea nf. tin, Uralic Bunrd" Florid Frank Carver In this la curing proceeding you for wherein DI l lvow. I '" amity dry. We had proof enough of that simple as A-B-C." ....

bide. with the Clerk ot (Ihp Circuit
Dlitrlct to relwt and nil
Inv
Hire 10 i(>0 ('011I'1 at Okrpi'holiee' Fli.rl.ln' Ill nrliefuiv
at tho ('iiiiithiiucc. lipuliuilng in
the third I,, of I'. I
day April A.
o'ploek! Enaemont(A. Xf. on for the With(drainage ilav nf nnd MnrrhltN4 reclnninrlnn I IN THE (111\ IT (0-HT. MNTII 11144 : olhernliip Jinlniiieiit will be en fan ttmliumau ........4 6> Cmjrtmt ./ Altokahc Bmttftt l4imm, Im

mid rand' pnrpimcii, will lie .n IIU HL ( IH(11TF noKirn.IN trail Hirnlnut you ly default.Mtneaa I .... f
...pn.... \"> FOB OKKhCIIOBF.KIN : \ my liiinil.. and pent of thin ,
HOARD OF rOMUISWinVEII orST\. I f'ourt. at Oker'hohr'. OkeechobiH-
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By Tiny It, KniitiTion. HI IK. Nl"lM> OKDKIt
('Ir.k of the rirpnlt Court ofOkiwhohop I I TO ,SHOWt ,UK !
County, Florida, SI'KCIU.: TAX SCIKVH. IMSTItlCTM'MUKlt f
a* agent for mild Hoard : : 1. In the Coiintv of Okpp.cbobee. .. p
lly Sophronln. ..r..... Deputy Clerk Stnlc of Flurldn." n political' .... ..
:SO-at HiiliillvlKlnii, nf the State hv and ; .
through Hi.Itnnrd( of Piildle, Innlriictlon .
fur mid County, rctlllonor .
IV TilE ('I RTIT (01 RT SINTII va.'r11E w. 1'avn
.11 IIUI. U R( liT OF II.OKIIIV. 'STATK OK Ff.ORIPnnd the
IN \ M> Kill OREF:CIIOHEE: : (lit 11119 iTM |jri"I.L'\.tr| ou-nora and, rill- 1t
( HXTV. .eli. nf, Speclnl Tnx Schoid lUHlrlctXnmber ... _;". :x.
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t t I matter of simple arithmetic. Railroads railroad Pullmans and coaches are needed to

t are handling three to four times as many move troops that equipment can't be spared
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.' USE IT WISELY ...1..111.. -N.:. winter trains as travel required. Some of are chiefly to blame, and that we are doing

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rangt you F .... the trains, such as the "Florida Special" our best to meet the situation. Extra equipment .
long efficient itrrict It will do that if .1.'wN
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you gift it proper car u>. it correctlf. many Just

Wbtn repair ore needed bare THIS I FREE BOOK sections. That made it possible to accommodate cannot be obtained Naturally the needs of

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.. FRIDAY MARCH 17, 1911 I THE OKEECHOBEE NEWS PAGE THREV .
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FOR SHERIFF OF OKEECHOBEE FOR SHERIFF OF OKEECHOBEE of Okeechobee County that I am a I FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER!: mary May 2. I will appreciate your"

POLITICAL COUNTYI COUNTYI candidate for County Commissioner I I DISTRICT No. 4 I vote and support

am a candidate for reelection <. hereby announce my candidacyfor In District No.1. subject to the I wish to announce that I am a 0. J. CHAPMANFOR
ANNOUNCEMENTFOR
the office of Sheriff of Okeechobn* the office of sheriff of Okeecho.I' Democratic Primary May 2. Your : candidate for the office of County ,

BE-ELECTION TO OFFICE OP I I County! subject to the voters In tin bee County In the Democratic Primary I|vote and support will be appreciat I I Commissioner from District No. 4 I II CLERK OF TilE CIRCUIT

democratic Primary May 2. Your May 2. I have served the people ed. i for Okeechobee County subject to I II COURTI
SUPERVISOR OF REGISTRATION I
I,, continued vote and support won be'' of Okeechobee as Chief of Police' L. K. LEE the Democratic Primary May 2. I hereby announce my candidacyfor
This li to announce that I am a I
I I I appreciated. ; six years and feel that with the ex- will appreciate the vote and support reelection] as Clerk of the Clr.
candidate for re-election to the Office : i
of I I I L. L. CONRAD. perlence gained. In that branch ofl| FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER: .' of everyone. cult Court of Okeechobee County
Supervisor of Registration
I
I ]law enforcement work I wjll be In DISTRICT No. 1 GILBERT CULBRETH. subject to the Democratic Primary
subject to the First Primary May }I FOR SIIERIFF OF OKEECHOBEE
a better position to give them good I I hereby announce that I am a 1 i :May 2. I will appreciate your vote
2, 1914 If re-elected I will try to :[ COL'NTVi
I I service as sheriff. I will appreciateyour candidate for County Commissioner FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER: : and support.
give you the lawful service ai I ,1, with to announce that I am a j i
vote and support.R. from District No. 1 for Okeechobee i DISTRICT No.4 ROY R. RAULERSON.
lave tried In the past. Thanking candidate for the office of sheriff
e i I take this
C. EVANS II County subject to the Democratic | opportunity to an.
you for your vote and support. of Okeochobce County In the Democratic i
I nounce that I am a candidate for re- ,
Primary May 2. I will appreciate the I FOR COUNTY JUDGE OF
\ W. B. IIARGRAVE I Primary election] to be held In FOR SHERIFF OF OKEECHOBEE election member
of the Board
vote and support of the people of as K OKEECHOBEE COUNTYI
.. May 191$. I served as State Game COUNTYI 1 I of County Commissioners from
Okeechobee County. hereby announce that I am a
FOR REPRESENTATIVE IN THE Warden for eleven years and feel wish to announce to the peopleof County Commissioners District No.
J. HUDSON PARKER candidate for the office of County
LEGISLATUREI !: that I gained experience that will\ Okeechobee County that I am a 4 of Okeechobe County In the
Judge of Okeechobee County in the
.wish t. anaounce that I am a grefttly benefit me In the sheriff's candidate for Sheriff of Okeechobee I I I Democratic Primaries In May I will
Democratic
2. If
Primary May
FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER! :
candidate for re-election ai RepresentatIve I office. I solicit your vote and support I County subject to the Democratic appreciate" the vote and support of
I nominated and elected I will serve
In the Florida Legislator In tho coming primary and If Primary May 2, and as I have had DISTRICT No. 2 the people of tae county. I
the people to the best ef ability.
for Okeechobe Coaaty I la the cent- | elected to this Important office I I past experience In the Sheriff's office I wish to announce that I am a | C. E. DRAWDY my

Ing primary election. Tour entillaed! will serve the people of th County I assure the people that I will candidate to succeed myself" ] as a I I will appreciate your vote and sup

support will be appreciated.W. to the best of my ability. I render the beet service possible as member of the Board of County pert. P. P. EVANS
I
J. (BILL) HINDU 1 R. E. (BOB) PADGETTi an officer of the peace. I solicit Commissioners of Okeechobee County FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONERDISTRICT : I
i from District No 2 subject to the No. 5 FOR COUNTY: JUDGE
vote and support.
FOR REPRESENTATIVE IN THE SIIERIFF OF OKEECHOBEE your HORACE J. KING will of the voters of Okeechobee I wish to announce that I am a I hereby announce my candidacy

LEGISLATUREI I COUNTYI County in the Democratic PrimaryIn candidate for reelection as County for re-election to the office of County

herewith announce my candidacy take this opportunity te announce FOR SUPERINTENDENT OF May. I will appreciate the vote Commissioner from District No. 5 Judge of Okeechobee Co. and tfI

,I for member of the State Legislature 1 i that I am a candidate for PUBLIC INSTRUCTIONI : and support of everyone.W. I for Okeechobee County In the Democratic I nominated In the Democratic Prln .

from Okeechobee County tho office Of sheriff of Okeechobee take this opportunity to announce F. WALKER I. Primary :May 2. I will appreciate arles In May and elected In the

State of Florida, subject to the will County in the Democratic Primary that I am a candidate for Superintendent your continued vote and General Election in November of this

of the people In the Democratic primary to be held in May. I will appreciate of Public Instruction for FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER support. year, I pledge continued honest,

of May 2, 19t I. your vote sad support Okeechobee County in the Demo DISTRICT No. 3 I R. E. (EDDIE) BASS I I Ufa tliful and loyal service to the tax.
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Your vote and support will\ be ap MORISE THOMAS cratic Primary In May. I take this opportunity to announce I "a"rs and citizens and will give

preciated. Your vote and support will be ap that I am a candidate for reelection j FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONERDISTRICT : oo'.t iued fair and Impartial decisions

PHIL Y. CASON I FOR SHERIFF OF OKEECIIOBEE preciated. to the office of County No. S ;in the trial of all matters coming

COUNTY CARL T. DURRANCE ('omn issloner for Okeechobee County I wish to announce that I am a before me. I respectfully elicit the

FOR SHERIFF OF OKEECHOBEE I I take thin opportunity to announce from District No. 3 in the Democratic candidate for the office of County support and vote of the voters of

COUNTYI that I am a candidate for the FOR SUPERINTENDENT OF Primary to be held May 2. I Commissioner from District No. 5 Okeechobee County.

hereby announce that I am a office of Sheriff of Okeechobee PUBLIC INSTRUCTIONThis will appreciate your continued vote I for Okeerhobee County subject to T. W. CONELY, JR.

candidate for the office of sheriff :| County subject to the wl1of the Is to announce that I am a and support. the Democratic Primary May 2. I |
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of Okeechobee County In the Demo voters In the Democratic Primary candidate for re-election to the office ERNEST HILLIARD will appreciate your vote and support i FOR ('Ol"-iT--O: ECl1'fl GI

cratic Primary to be held May 2. I May\ 2. I will appreciate the vote of Superintendent of Public Instruction I ATTORNEY:

Your vote and support will\ be ap- and -up|>ort of the people of the of Okeechobee County subject FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER ARCHIE LAMB, JR. This I Is to advise that toy husband,

precitted. (county.i I to the Democratic primary May DISTRICT No. 3 I Paul Wongrey, Is a candidate for re.

N. 0. STEWART i J. A. ABNEY .I 1 2nd. I will appreciate the vote and I take this opportunity to an I FOR COINTY COMMISSIONER: : "lection to the office of County

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-. .0 .. | support of everyone. nounce that I am candidate foi DISTRICT Xo. 5 Prosecuting Attorney. He i II unableto
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!i H. H. HANCOCK the office of County Commissioner.1 I I hereby announce that I am a promote his candidacy due to an

ii ij i I from District No. 3 for Okcechobe I fBTiclidate for the office of County Arm)' Regulation. Ilow,'ver, I hope

ELECT i i FOR MEMBER OF SCHOOIL County In the Democratic Primary', 'Commissioner from District No: "> that the people of thIN county will

I BOARD DISTRICT Ne. 2 May 2. I will appreciate your vot I i for Okeechobee County subject to see fit to re-elect him to thin office.

Dwight L. Rogers I wish to announce that I am a and support. F. M. MOBLEY the voters In the Democratic Pri MRS. PAUL WONGREY

I I candidate for member of the School -.-- -- -- -- -__ -- -- _--____ ---_-_ -_n. ____ ---
YOURCongressman : : s 34a Board from District No. 2 i la the -.
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PS Democratic Primary May 2. I will w 1
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appreciate your vote and support. x
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V. E. (VAN) LIGHTSEY i ij
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HE GAVE US < v I I _

HOMESTEADEXEMPTION FOR :MEMBER OF SCHOOL BOARD ; 4. J t

x | DISTRICT No. 2

I wish to announce that I am a r
(Free Homes From Taxes) e,. (.4 "-
4 a 1 candidate for reelection>n as a member .
School Board from District
of the
When lIe Served In the Florida
Legislature. i No. 2 for Okeechobee County. .
I will appreciate the continued vote \ saY
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Let Him Help I'. In National and support of all of the people of

I Affairs hy Sending Him to Sri i my district. s'r M

I w. D. COKER 1 .
CONGRESS .

I FOR. MEMBER: OF SCHOOL BOARD ig4: t ::4r
i Political Advertisement Paid for 1
by Home-Owners) DISTRICT No. 2 .
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i To the voters I

i lJil1mJQl JIJlJ!X11'11 Tf N'IS B K'N! IDI"'fJ'IIm' fnR veR'fszt'R;:. '1/1fIf1fJMir.',!!!.mm'Iii ; "; Board District No.2:

I i I wi.h to announce that I am >


, : Bank Loans To Pay j. I i(I i chobee candidate Board from County for District member In the No.of 2 Dcmocratu the for School Oke" ''I'II .


i H I Primary to be held May 2.II I +x s r
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II I am now serving my second term ""

e: as a member of the City Council k cI

; i also my second term as a member '

Income Tax instalments j jb of the Board of Trustees for this

I' school district and I feel that tin

experience I have gained from these
s
# positions will be of much benefit tome
s; A to the who has
to
i message person neglected u In serving as School Board mem
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t set aside sufficient money to pay his income I ber. I will Appreciate your vote and 1'I. .

tax installment which was due on March 15. 5} support. x
f J. M. ROE. SR.
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1 Income taxes should be paid out of Current -
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FOR TAX ASSESSOR .- --
:. income, if possible. But if you have been I take this opportunity to announce "J. : l "
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1:: unable to pay your tax in full by withholding that I am a candidate for i
re-election] to the office of Tax
payments and expect to borrow and REDCRPSS\\
you now Assessor subject to the May pri

:: repay from future income, we will be glad to mary.

Your vote and support will be ap .
: discuss the matter with you. Him
\ preciated. Bringing
ROBERT LA MARTIN Is
LET US ADVISE YOU CONCERNING ALL rC -- and Hope.

} YOUR FINANCIAL PROBLEMS FOR TAX: ASSESSOR OF Comfort

OKEECHOBEE COUNTY 1 w ,
I am a candidate for Tax Assessor I 4 w P .t
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w of Okeechobee County subject to the

will of the voters In the Democratic I

Primary May 2. If elected I will
faithfully perform the duties of that j I Through the tangled barbs of enemy Giving to Red Cross has always been

1.C0',4E office. Your influence, vote and support prison camps-over sea and jungle to a proud habit of millions of American

will be greatly! appreciated. ,'II cattle-weary, lonesome men on every families-and this year you will want

8 ACKKS ATTACK !'III'' W. R. (Roy) TOMLINSONFOR front-to unfortunates here at home to give more freely to your own

3 f .- stretches the comforting hand of the Red Cross to your own sons and

r TAX COLLECTOR OF Red Cross, with hope and tangible daughters in the service. None will

OKEECHOBEE COUNTYI rifts straight from your heart. Man be forgotten while your Red Cross

to announce has conceived of no greater agency is on the job-and it is YOU who
this opportunity
take
re-election I I for the relief of human misery and must keep it so. So dig deep and
candidate for
that I
am a suffering. be glad. For wherever he is
Okeechob8e.County
-I to the office of Tax Collector sub
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ject to the May Primary."

I Your vote, and support will Le appreciated The! RED CROSS is at his side7f1f


BankPhone BESSIE ALDERMAN "


. 15 i i FOR COUNTY DISTRICT-COMMISSIONER No. 1 anc/thc Red Cross is YOU !1


; I with to announce that I am a I"I'

candidate for reelection to tae office ta edoS
Deposits Insured through Federal Deposit I .
of County Commissioner from '> '.

'. Insurance Corporation i! District No. i for Okeechobee County \ "...:.,:. \I:>,Ji <.;

In the Democratic Prh .ary May :
.AND DIRECTORS : I
OFFICERS
2. I will appreciate the vete and '

.. e C. H. McNULTY, President N. RAY CARROLL, Viee-Pr siaeal support of everyone

a E. o. KILPATRICK, Cashier 'I -B. C. SWAIN fi. MOTOR NI

E M. Mtserre J. M. Roe, Sr. J. 0, Pearce AlUi.Uarkaam j FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER

DISTRICT No. 1
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NOTICE OF IVTFNTION TO SELL I Tot 1141k It,, Rnllroinl Ad lltlon Florida. My husband, (Dr Nell AI- 1 when you have done so, 1 trust you this matter and Wlth-sincere personal
LAND Loll U to U I nr, lllk u. llHllroad Ad I Mrs. Neal AlfordIs
NOTICE IS UhltbUT GIVEN tint, lilt lull Ford), Is a practicing physician In 'will support gale. In my candidacy for regards, I am
tiunnaut to Ration 13 (1)), Chapter Lot g. RIll 0, Railroad Addition Jacksonville, He Is a Mason and a this office. Your very truly, I
IIMUK: laws of Florida, Ai-ts of 1041, Lot 2. lllk 4. Houturm I'lnes Add
mid' Section OT, Chapter 14T1T, Lsws oft lull 6, T. H. 9, 11 mid U lllk A, Candidate ForCommitteewoman member of the Shrine I have two Thanking you for your courtesy In MRS. NEAL ALFORD
lurlili, Acts of 1UJ1, II luiou.lod by Wright and Him 8-I>
Hcrllon' 11, Chapter 2UD3H, Law of Lot 8, lllk E, WrlgUt & BOM 8 D boys In the service
Klorhla Act at 1941, the following Lot 3, lllk 41, ('Ity of Okl..bobre If elected, 'you may rest assured ..
d).*rllx-J land In Okewhoboe County, hole J nnil 4, Blk 1. Railroad Add.
riurlilii to-wit: lot N. Ulk 4, Sonthcrn I'lnp Add I will cooperate with you In every
Juts T and s, Blk T, Hallroacl Aildl list W. lllk 4. BIIHI H-I).
I Ion Will hp' offered, for ale nt puhlieoutcry way for the best Interest of the From where I sit
Luis I to 4 Inc. Blk 1(1 and., Lot 5 fist the hlghoit and heat moats I 1 committee and the Democratic Tar .
mill\ II, Hlk HV'right'* lot Add. hid,. subject to the right| of the Boardof I As a candldtbe office of
Luis 11 aud U HU 11, Wright and VniiiilnHlniiprs of Everglades Oraln Democratic National: Committee Woman ty. j jJ _
lima, 18 1"rl' ) sure latrht to reject any and all I
bl/te I at the ('oerthonee: hcirlnnlna at will' deeply apreclat your con
ot* 4. n, 7 H and 10 lllk 21.1 City for the State of Florida I would
OkotM:hut>te I 10'IM) nilink A, M, on the 17th day of sideration of qualifications, and
All Ulmki 1 to .11 lui, Hunan l'urk''' April, 11144 Eaxemcnt for drnliiaKOaiil like to bring to your attention cer my bl Joe Marsh ,:.rt#!,
8.1) rwlimiatlod, and road' luirpos''* J ..." .1
tain facts regarding my experience v> 4.. '.
Addition will he riairvidIIOMlh ,
lot 1.1: Ulk 8, Itnllron.l '''''''''
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I,ol. 1 to II Inc Blk C and Lot 1 O!' C'O\1110FWl: : and I have been active I
I. qualification a
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tl:.:, 23 and 24, Blk F, Wright I Florida' a* agent for add I found many people who knew From where I *U, if we tarts
mid Hum H-D Hoard. Duval County for several years exactly: what "morale" was?
lot S. Bill 10 Ilnllroail Addition Ripurnnla PMIC Ppntt Clerk Ambu OkrechoWeSunday care U preserve thete Utde
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I Clubs, pant president of the Woman's *. .. .....
Garland fits an j i* kern a our soldiers at the front,toe Js>
Judy ..
of the First Presbyterian amlto.
Auxiliary I A k aa.Mwhtttaa Jaut style... cause it'. these Important DD
Church predent of the Jacksonville A leper from horn feat UM post.suaiferi things" that they look forwwsl
Motion Picture Council, a member of "Girl"Crazy" .(s... to returning U
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the Jacksonville Chapter of the UDC,
Left it ax>T Morale it just a lot of
HORSE RACES the Jacksonville Woman's Club, and I Alao-"THIS IS AMERICA-: little things. A flower in your (./lu _
Musicale I past
the president Friday of my Garden Circle am a I OUR GANG NEWS COMEDY I button hole, a word of grafting (/

I member of the Business and Professional PETE SMITHWednesday

Club and until I resigned !fern 78". Series Cop 7'gt,1944, Brtwtng laJuttry fmJm
In order to devote all my time to my

present campaign, was State rinancnChaiiman I Only l :., :.t\-:_ _,.. _-, "' __ _. -'_ : T': '
Okeechobee Women's Division, State

i I Democratic I ai a native Executive Floridian Committee. having I"r[Viy Kingdom For I I BE CERTAIN TO

born and reared In Quincy,
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THIS IS THE MOST IMPORTANT WOMAN'S

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WORK COMMITTEEWOMAN REPRESENTS THE

DEMOCRATS OF THE STATE IN WASHING-

HO ADMISSION CHARGE IhaIMM Man Candidate foriGOVERNOR TON.
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\ Candidate For SheriffR. 1' : JUDGE J. OLLIEEDMUNDS

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jIGOVERNORFarmer t.S-

k Candidate for the Office of
Blacksmith ,

s Teacher Legislator .,\ UNITED STATES SENATOR
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Judge Congressman

f: \ He has a a broad. under. from FLORIDA

standing of Florida's war : b

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and post-war. *problems.. Faith in the intentions of our Federal Govern

I ', ment i ia being shattered by the steady push toward

FOR UNITY IN J \. centralization of government and of power
FLORIDA ,. OLLIE EDMONDS
,4 0GOVERNMENT The time haa come when the voters of this demoo
FOR THE PAST II YEARS
OF, BY yf COUNTY JUDGE OF OVVAl COUNTY racy must reassert their loyalty to our time-honored,

AND FOR THE PEOPLE I time-tested principles of government. when our
Georgia! I la 1903.Bis .
Born in Uiggiton nation must be restored to the voters who are
parents moved to Florid while be
was stilt in Want and be has resided its constitutional rulers.

HE WILL KEEP FAITH WITH YOUHear E. PADGETT to the ante ever* 1*lCe. Judge J. Ollie Edmunds U devoted to theee prio

Duo to the shortage of GAS Attended public school until 14 years ciples of government and to our American ideals

and TIRES It might be Impo. .f age when" he went to work in 11I1'and way of life. He will fight for these things and
his Radio Speech at 7:30 p.m., Monday, Mar. 20 sib!. for me to aee all of the port of his family but eontiotied hiseducation for the constitutional' rights of the citizens of Flora
YMCA night
over stations WRUF. WFTAL. WPDQ, WTST, voter during the campaign. I chool. Later by entered attending Stetson University ida u our United States Senator.

WWPG, WDLP assure you that your vote and I I end was graduated from the College
,.._. He is of strength and integrity ol
-- -- support will bo appreciated.DOlbTwJfNT. of Liberal Arts and the College of a man i
law. Served as president of Stetson proved ability and long experience in public life
Alumni and is at present member of Mora he b American with
important, a plain a
Loud of Trustee of that institnUoo.
SHOP AT -:-:'-:":-:'OX"X":":":":--:-:-:":--:+) normal American outlook who wants our Americas

A prominent eitisen and civic worker way preserved for future generations.
Be- won, in 193S, the United States P
Junior Chamber of Commerce Award Your belief,in these traditional American principle .

1 I for distinguished civic service in the may be expressed by your vote and support I
Denmark Furniture Co. I city of Jacksonville. He Is a member of Edmunds.ft .
'A JOB LIKE THIS? the Baptist Church the Masonic and of Judge
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Elk Lodges.
HEAR JUDGE EDMUNDS SPEAI
.I Want a Job where every hour yon *. *
I work Is an hour that helps the war? I lie is married and has two children. ? OVER THE RADIO-

FOR FINE FURNITURENEW Y Want job that giver you a chanceto I I

Increase lour skill, or learn a
I I I MAIL THIS COUPON. .
new on.r A Job that glvea you new I rn-----e - a .

experiences, new friend? I I Friends of J. OLLIE EDMUNDS .
: Then Join the Women's Army
LOCATION i I 414-16 REALTY BUILDING,
Corps and take over a vital Job In JAC&SONVILU 2, FLORIDA Please count on my active support and vote for
the Army I I J. Ollie Edmunds as United States Senator from Florida in
MARKHAM BUILDING For full details about the WAC the coming Democratic Primary May 2nd, 1944.
apply at any U. S, Army Recruiting :

Across Park From Bank General Station., 4415 Or wriest Munitions The Bldg.Adjutant, WaahIngton I" Signed.,.......,.., ...... II -..,,.., ,..,,.

25, D. C. (Women In essential
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war Industry, must have release I r
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