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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 24, 1944
Publication Date: -1992
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Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 82, no. 91 (Sept. 13, 1992).
General Note: "The voice of the Everglades."
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 6, no. 24 (Jan. 8, 1926).
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Volume 29 7"' Number 40 Okeechobee, Florida, Friday, March 24, 1944 Price Five Cents

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News of Our Boys' Frank Bring D.His Upchurch Campaign Will to Ed Baker Would Few Made Changes In Rationed Will Be 'I Miss.Martha Avena Walker Becomes


In Various CampsAt Okeechobee March 29 Grant Increase Foods Next Month Bride of Lieutenant Russell V. DomerAt


Frank D Upchurch, of St. Augustine Florida housewives will move into .

Home & Abroad candidate for the Democratic Teachers Salaries the coining month to find littleor Church of Brethren Tuesday Eves

nomination as Governor of Florida no change in the abundance of
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will bring his campaign to Okee- variety of foods, either rationed or -

Mr. and Mri. Alvin Sweat receiveda chobee at 11:00: a, m, on Wednesday, Plant City. March 20 Senator J. unrationed, 'R, P. Howard Area Ladies' Aid Society Met Just at twilight, on Tuesday evening -

letter thin week from their son March 20th.Advance Kd: Baker Lake county candidate for Supervisor of the War Food Ad.ministration' At Church of Brethren March 21, the Church of the
C L., in which he he has re-
says Information indicates he Governor opened, his statewide Office of Distribution, Brethren was the scene of a beauti-

ntU been prbmoted to the rank will discuss in plain language his speaking campaign Saturday', here said this week. Thursday March 16thThe ful wedding when, before an altar

"f 2nd class electrician, He writes fourteen objectives, which concern where he was born, and declared banked with ferns pink and white
from somewhere In the Jacific and White potatoes and shell eggs Ladies' Aid of the Church of
such vital problems as education that "the three major economic factors I snap dragons and Queen Anne's lace,

'tt.h. has not seen a woman In old age assistance, agriculture, vet- in Florida's future will continueto continue to top the list of plentiful the Brethren held a meeting at the with candles burning, Miss Martha

I' nht months. I be tourists agriculture and In- "best buy" foods, he said, with fresh church on Thursday, March 16th. Avena Walker and Lt. Russell V.
clans, labor as well as a number of I ..
C e a subjects In which citizens here are dustry. The development of all three oranges and grapefruit close be The meeting opened with a song, 1 Domer exchanged their marriagevows

Alto Watford Jr., arrived home vitally Interested fields must go forward) together, andI hind. To these may bo added fresh ) then Mrs. Erbaush gave a devotionaltalk In the presence of near relatives

I this wteek from the Nuvala Training While here Senator Upchurch I shall cooperate with the people of spinach snap beans, cabbage, celery on the Lord's Prayer, after and a few friends.

I Camp at Balnbndge, Md., and is hope to meet his (friends and sup- : our counties, cities and towns In und carrots, expected to move from which tho Lord's Prayer was prayedby Rev C. E. Erbaugh performed the

pending this week here with his porters and any others who desire | keeping our state moving ahead, pro southern producing area during' the Society. A short business ceremony. Judge Tom Conely sang

wife and other relatives. information about his candidacy.His gressively." April, he said meeting was held. Mrs. Erbaugh was two beautiful numbers "Sweetest

C a a visit is a part of his state-wide | Baker said he would like to see "And let's not forget the lowly elected temporary president duringher Story Ever Told," and "All For
Mrs. W. lt Russell received a lot- and Rev. Erbaugh's stay with ,
Governor's office I You.
the
for working from "
speaking tour which provides I but precious onion, he added. "Sup.

t 1 r from her son Staff Sergeant appearances in each of Florida's 67 three men, each a qualified expert plies of new crop onions should be us, Mrs. J. H. McCranie played appropriate

J Julian Morrison In which he says counties. i; in his field and, constantly advising available In most principal maiket- Those present were : Mrs. C. E. music on the piano throughout

hut he has arrived safely somewhere Widely experienced In govern- the Governor and the cabinet as to lag centers during the last half of Eibaugh, Mrs Curtis Wright, Mrs, the service.Mr. .

In England ment, Upchurch has served as city I mont practical ways and means of the month. Harold Conrad, Mrs Neil Hough, Weldon Draughon was best

S a attorney, municipal' judge, city comI I pressing rapidly for all three phasesof .MM, N'ondas Parker, Mrs Ernest man Miss Phyllis Cason was brides

recant J, T. Hancock of the miscloner, mayor of his home city | development A Navy veteran of Among unrazored foods. that will I Campbell, Mrs. Victor Domer, maid. The bride was dressed] In a

United States Marines Corps who member of the house In the Legislature | the last war, Baker pointed out that be available in 'telative abundance -YPrisoners blue suit with small white hat and

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i i till at Jacksonville for the past V -- I II |\10,8'n various technical skills on and wax beans, frozen' vegetables of WarAcknowledge bride is the only daughter of

-. \ 'I'al months arrived in Okeocho- I which this state must capitalize to (including frozen baked beans), Mr. and Mrs. Hulon Walker and lea

lied lust week and I. spending two Increased Postal i| On fullest extent soya flour, grits and flakes; wheat Red senior in the local high school

i..ks here with Mr. Hancock and 'I 1 he Senator from Umutllla also flour Bud bread, macaroni, spaghetti I The groom is the son of Sir and

< address Rates Effective : outlined his plan for the employ- and oodles, oatmeal rye break- Cross Xmas Gifts Sirs V. J. Domer and has j just recently -

S a ment and rehabilitation of servicemen fast foods, peanut butter, dry mix I received his wing.) and com

Mr and Mrs J. H. Walker, Jr., are statewide and dehydrated soups, and citrus mission when he graduated Saturday
und women a expo.
'MI receipt of a letter from their son I Sunday Mar. 26The sition in observance of Florida'sCentennial marmalade I Washington D. C., March 23Butches March 18, at the Army Air

Johnnie, who Is with the army inn and Raisins and dried prunes have Forces Bombardier School at Chll-
a public assistance of cards of acknowledgement
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\ 1'uciflc in which he says that he I I been made point-free to permit reduction I dress Texas.
advocated ,
Postal rates throughout the education program lie and thanks for the special
mil Jack Page and David Cassel are of stocks, and moderately After ten-day furlough Lt.
United States will be increased beginning legislation to empower the county | Christmas food package sent to a
i I' the same locality in that theatreof I I urge supplies should be available Domer will return to Texas to com.plete .
Sunday, March 2Gth except boards of public instruction to grant American prisoners of war In Eu
war Ho states that he has tern during the month. Points also have his training. The bride will
as follows | immediate salary raises to teachers rope by the American Red Cross for
'! >u\'.il but so far has not hud the' been reduced on canned peas (from continue her studies until graduation
0"e exception Is that air mail letters at any time living costs advanced Christmas 1943, are beginning to be
importunity to meet up1 with Jack. 8 to 2))J. canned corn, and canned .
to and from n.en in the service IIboa normal period of years. Ed received at Red Cross National
Johnnie wrote that he had met a tomatoes. -V
I will continue to be Cc per half ounce ': Buker concluded with a firm statement Headquarters' here it was announced -
boyfrom Winter Haven who expccti "home rule." "!:very one of the Basic Seven President of National
or fraction thereof through the of his belief in I recently.
i"I I to come home some time in the Foods should be available In relative Infantile
Army and Navy post offices. That is -- -- Ten thousand of these special holi Foundation for
future and that he would eitherv plenty in April" he said
near and Mrs. Walk- / all air mail addressed to members of R. L Sweger, Editor of __ ..- day food packages were packed In Paralysis Touring South
Mr.
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the army services overseas will be at j I Clearwater News, Dies the New York packaging'center by : -

that"r over he the had phone.been near lie also the wrote spotwhere I the present rate of 6c per half ounce I Sat. After Brief Illness Pepper Is OpposedBy I volunteer workers of area Red Cross I Tampa March 22-Basil O'Connor,

last or fraction thereof. The Chapters during the hot days of last : President of the National Founda-
Amelia Earhart was
heard from before her plane went ception is that the first class out o f j Clearwater, March 21-R. L. (Bob) 4 Candidates summer In order that they might be tion for Infantile Paralysis, v'slted

town mail will remain at 3o per I editor and publisher of the shipped abroad In time for distribut i Tampa this week as part tour
several Sweger, ..
'down" In the'h. Pacific. J"l ., 4 years"' ,i> ncjp dtf;uioa." !!aey"'frh\Wl\Jal: \ Ci !.rwui..r Nuws.die $iem>muTdfty >oiw at< {.hTl.""' ....ta"Mt'! ;*+!+sny--'' 'of*f oufidatlohVl' >i>pt ers In laouth.rnI'I ; ''

.O.-- a a ; e drop rate at this office will remain I following a brief \illness. In SenatoG: Race Each special carton was decorated states.

Marvin Wilson left this morning the; same at Ic per cAince or fraction Coming to Florida) from Pennsyl with the traditional green and red O'Conner said that the infantile

thereof, but at offices having city I I Sweger edited colors And in addition to the usual paralysis epidemic of last summer,
New York vania many years ago :
for his return trip to Tallahassee, March 20-When the
where he will attain board his bat- | delivery the rate will be 3c per | the Suwannee Democrat Live Oak \ deadline for qualifying passed at standard foods the following items during which 12,000 cases were reported -

ounce. The fee for delivery of first l'Jl8 purchased the Gadsdcn were included: fruit cake, fruit bars, in the United States, was the
has Uk- in
Marvin and
tk .hip for sea duty. midnight Mnrch 17, four candidates
naval engagements class n ail on rural routes will be I, Times Qulncy, which he candied fruits and nuts, hard candy second worst this country has had
County
In seven major had announced for thp United State
>.It part
In the Atlantic and 3c per ounce or fraction thereof. j I i: edited and published until 1939 Senate against Claud, Pepper, gIv- chocolate, assorted preserves, Christ in 25 years, the worst Beige being
New Rates On Postal Money Orders moved to Clearwater and inas candles, handkerchiefs, and a in 1916. He pointed out the fact that
and that section he
end North Africa whep the state five-man Can-
here the From .01 to $ 2. O.. ..... .. .10 i the Clearwater News, ing a race. game; or puzzle. The latter items the National Foundation Is concerned -
While purchased
of the war. didates opposing Pepper are: Alston
From 2.51 to 5.00..H I long active In civic were supplied by the Junior Red mainly with preventative measures
oktechobee Lodge of Masons was Sweiier was Cockrell Jacksonville Millard B.
;
From 6.01 to 10.00 .. ..19 affairs of the State. Cross while the Warm Springs Foun.
and
special dispensation and political Conklin Beach J. Ollie
granted
a From 10.01 to 20.00...... .........22 In the State Daytona ; That the packages did reach the dation concentrates on treatment of
two terms
decrees served
and second He
conferred the first Edmunds Jacksonville
From 20.01 to 4000. ............ 25 Gailsden County ; Finley various camps in time to add a little after effects.
Wednesday night andlast Senate representing
him Moore Lake
on the Masters From 40.01 to 60.00 .... .......30 i in 1935-37, and served as a mem- City. cheer to the holiday season Is borne j While the National Foundation U
i
he was given Six Qualified candidatesfor
night From 60.01 to 80.00................34 I ber of the House of Representatives the were Democratic nomination as for out by the receipt of the cards now forever-seeklng new methods of combating .

Degree S e a From 80,01 to 100.00..37 In 1929. coming In from various camps in the disease so these epidemics
.
Governor Senator Ed Baker
: State J.
The insured mail I Germany A letter has also just been it also takes up
a letter new rates on president of the cannot get started,
W. II. Russell received He was a past Umatilla former CongressmanMillard
this week fro" his nephew, Eddie matter of the third and fourth class Florida Press Association and a F. ;Caldwell, Tallahassee received from Colonel Delraar T. some aftermath treatments. O'Con

::ck trom, who I Is with the United has been changed and now ranges I member of the National Editorial State Senator Ernest R. Graham; Spivey, Senior American Officer at ner said the Foundation has 25 Iron

States Army that I U fighting aroundAn..io from lOc to TOc. J Association He was appointed a Miami Congressman L. A. Green, Stalag Luft III, the principal camp lungs and In Instances where local

Beach Head, in which he says Registered mail that has been member of Florida's first Racing Starke; State Senator Raymond Shel-) for American and British flying of. chapters need equipment for financial

lie jutting along fine and is see from 15c to $1,00 Is now from 20c Commission by Governor Doyle Carl- fleers in Germany. It was writtenon help, It Is ready to give it. H.
Is i ( don, Tampa, and State Senator
to 135. j former director of the Christmas day and addressed to also explained that fifty per cent of
of acttion. a
plenty ton, was Frank D.
ing Upchurch, St. Augustine
S a e The Parcel Post rates will be in- Florida State Chamber of Commerce his wife, who has given the American the money collected in paralysis
War time travel and restric-
Monday creased three per cent effective Sun and was a member of the Cal- gas Red Cross publication, "Prison- fund drives stays In the community
tions have made it difficult for candidates '
church, Elks Lodge, ers of War Bulletin," permission to where It was collected for use by
Dear Bryant; day.The vary Baptist to cover the state on .speaking '
send new air mail rates within the Klwanls. reproduce It. that community chapter. The other
I've been intending to you Masons and tours with sound as In
States and Alaska will be 8e i wagons "I hope In the Christian National headquarters
address I like the base here United Survivors Include his widow, Mrs everyone BO per cent goes to
new the and most of them are rely
ray
past
One of per ounce or fraction thereof. of Clear- world," writes Col. Spivey, "had as to carry on Its research
line and I like iy work too. Dlcle Bolding Sweger ing on direct mail and .'newspaperand
PRISONER OF WAR MAIL John Sweger, of happy a time ss I have had-Song and educational work
station -
the Burke boys is here on the water; a son, Capt. radio advertising to reach the
Prisoners of War con .service at 'I ISO with Christmas
the Letters to sister and two a V
and Robert Alderman is at Carp Hale, Col.; two
Ha. tinue to be sent without any postage. grandson. masses story by the Chaplain. Then I inspected Bases His
Melbourne base Also Laverne brothers and a Three members of the Cabinet face L. L. Stuckey
These should be placed inside a plain' \f each barracks to see the
/.ellief. I think I'm lucky to be so opponents! C. 0. Wright, Palatka Campaign On SuccessAs
envelope addressed properly to the decorations the Germans gave as
close to home. Thanks again for the I i I Welfare Board Not lawyer, qualified against State A Business Man
Prisoner of War, and should be and those made by the boys them
News. Distribute Race J. M. Lee Mtss Lola
To Comptroller ; -
handed in to a post office employee, selves They were extraordinaryclever
Sincerely Trammell), Jacksonville,, qualified Palm Beach.-L. L. Stuckey,
box Funds At Present West .
and colorful.
AMN 3/c and not placed In the drop The band played
Edna I. Hansel I against State Superintendent of Pub. for Congress
since Prisoner of War mail must be in several barracks and we'sang of Pahokee, candidate
Box 15, NAS lic Instruction Colin English andE. District, visited
Florida
dispatched without any postmark The State Welfare Board will not ; and thought of home from the Sixth
Banana River Florida. P. Martin of Plant qualified eleven countiesIn
distribute rac- City number of the
wit
to any a
not even a slogan or decoration can be In position "Today exchanged our little

V be on the stationery used. If it Is ing revenue In addition to the $2- against Attorney General Tom Watson gifts, then by permission, the Senior the District last week and spent

Johnnie Pearce Sells One desired to mail a prisoner of war 000,000 guaranteed by the cigarettetax officers visited the Senior Officersof Friday and Saturday\ In West Palm

Of the Finest Steers Ever I letter when the post office is closed, until after the close of the racing Secretary of State R.A.. Gray, other compounds at Stalag Luft Beach and Palm Beach contacting"

Sold Through Auction.I the letter may be made ready as season the District 10 Welfare State Treasurer Ed Larson and Commissioner III. We went to church, then back friends and talking Informally'. to

above and then placed in a separate Board hail been advised by State of Agriculture1. Nathan for our Christmas Red Cross parcels small groups

Johnnie Pearce, ion of Mr. and envelope addressed to the "Local Welfare Commissioner Leland W. Mayo are unopposed s,IQ.wilt. so which were truly wonderful. We I "I am highly gratified" said Mr.
I '
Mrs. Austin Pearce now serving in Postmaster" and dropped In with the Hiatt according to announcement pffer for re-electien, t'i are grateful The German officer in Stuckey, "at the fine reception being

the Navy at Fishers Island, New I regular letters today of E. H. Hunt, member from For State Railroad Commissioner, charge has just finished Inspecting I accorded my candidacy throughout
W. B. (Babe) Douglas of Lake City in all of the
York sold one of the finest I YMr. Okeechobee County.Commlllll1ner all our decorations and now It 'a the District. My friends
Wednesday Hiatt was quoted as will be opposed byArigus; Williams eleven counties are coming right out
steers ever to go through the auc- .. E. N. Eckstrom left time for bed. .
tion ring here yesterday. This range | for her home In Bernie Point having written the district board as of Tampa. Y i In front for me and my chief difficulty

and two follows: I Supreme Court Justices Rivera now Is getting around to lee
steer weighed 1150 pounds New York, after spending National Convention .
brought 16215. I months here with her brother, W. "Although requests have come In Buford and Elwyn Thomas have no .' all of them Individually."

Johnnie will purchase war bonds H. Russell and family, asking that additional Increase' be j opposition Candidates Pledge to Mr. Stuckey states he U basing

from the funds which he has been I -0- made at once to old-age assistance I Support Senator Byrd his campaign for Congress on a

of Homestead wish to explain that close watch from the record of luccesi ai a farmer
doing In the past. He Is going to Mr and Mrs. Ben King recipients, we on reports I' proven

sound school and In a recent letter I were visitors\ spending Wednesday ,the Stat ',Welfare Board II not In State Racing Commission, and will Tallahassee, March 20-A com and business man. He ,believes the

horn he says he will be so glad to I here visiting Mr. and Mrs. position to.. take action authorizing I be prepared to authorize' Increases plete slate of candidates to the I voters of the District are "fed Up"

gut to com back to Florida. I W. H. increases at this time as there Is no In old-age grants lmmedlatelyvupon Democratic National Convention, with professional politicians who

___-y-- L I Russell'i. -- ,.assurance as to low ,much additional receipt of Its final report.. As Instructed pledged te support Senator Harry F,I make lots of promises during election -

FURNITURE FOR SALE-Have leveral F. F. Burr reutrned to her | money will lie available when the byjhe /toardplnnntng U Byrd of Virginia for President and then-are unable to deliver

odd pieces of very useful household home here this week after spending ,season closes on April 8, nlteady un
Pierce hospital "You !be assured that the method which thtse1 'Increases A. Gray. Pointing out that the newly create .
articles for sale at a reasonable a week In th* Fort I may by I u...... :- ..
price See Mrs Z. K; Williams It with pneumoals. State .-Welfare. Board' Is* keeping Will be made." < .'. ( }t. (Continued on page 2) (Continued on, page .) ;,. .: -/
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< Legal Advertisements Legal Advertisements Bridal Shower Is Given '' trlct are George F. Sampson Winter

tDhrcdtnhrc Nct1 In Honor of Miss Martha NATIONAL L CONVENTION Haven and Mrs Wayne Thomas,

owning property or .lIhJ, .t to filia noon and, show cause why the prayers Walker Friday Mar. 18 Plant City; Second District, A E.
Published lion therein Defendant. of the Petlllon filed In the above entitled Adamson and Mrs Fred T. Mooney,
Every Friday by the The above calls coming on to be proceeding should not be grunteil. (Continued from pigs 1)
Okee hol>e New Oo. at Okeecho- heard upon tho petition thin duly filed and the bonda therein described Representative Joe Jenkins of both of Jackionvllle; Third Dlitrlet
M... Edison Walker hostess
bee, Okeechobee and the prnceedlnga heretofore hail was J. C Adderley of Pensocola, and Mrs
County, Florid I'Ilalrl.tSlImhPr the Gainesville Chairman of the
herein by Special Tax School iiiilhnrtKlnK limunnce thereof be at a bridal shower at the Brethren State
1, In Okeecbohee County vnlldnted and, confirmed na In said Committee U Basil E. Kenney of Port St. Jot;
BRYANT BOWDHN __ __.. Bdltor Florida, a political auhdlvlHlon and Petition prayed, anld bonda conafmlng Church Friday, March 18, honoring Byrd-for-rrealdent a
tilllliK district In and of the State of of rvl. muling' bonda of the State Hoard candidate for delegate from the | Fourth District Kenneth S, Keyes
Florida and the Board of Public toaiructlun of Administration of the State of Miss Martha Walker, who became and Mrs Franklin Bush both of
Entered u second clap matter for mold I : (rernlng > Florida, for and' on "behalf of Okeecha- I the bride of Lt, Russell V. Domer State at large. I
0Ilttr1t.
July 1, 1914. at the Poet Office 111Oteechobee : body of raid smoking l bell County. Florida In the aggregate Other candidates who have pledged Miami Fifth District, R. H. Berg,
to determine the authority to |Imago aum of *(IO.OO.(] dated June f, 1U44 Tuesday, March 21. I '
Florida under the School Iti'fundlng Bond. of acid bearing Interval ut thu loweat rate obtainable I their support to Byrd are: Horace Melbourne, and 101... Katherine Voor-
Act of March 8, 1e1e.6UBSCRIPTON. School Dlntrlct ID the total aum of when anld at par, or at three : The church was decorated with I 1 his Orlando; Sixth District, Mrs
It.VOOO, and to determine the legalityof I..r cent per annum when old to the ; snap dragons, amaryllis and gladioli C. Avery Jacksonville Mark Wilcox,
the prnceedlngii had and taken prollmlniiry Ii lubes mid, beat bidder pnynblu aeml.aniiuiillv. A. Anthony Mi Ruth S. Wedgworth and E. Harris
I! Mrs E. F. ,
to and In connection tbern- and numbered from 1 to A piano prelude was given by Mill Miami;
RATS: with and aeeklng a decree In thla Hid.]( butte Inclusive a mare particular ]: ami ; Mrs Florence Carter, Milton; 1 Drew both of West Palm Beach

One year In advance ..._._.......$3.00 Court to validate mid confirm the la- description of which refunding bonilala Carol Domer, a reading by Misi' I v----
Blx months nuance of auld bond, and IBid petition contiiliied In the Petition heren.DO.NK Laura Maye Campbell I I Mr, Joe H. Scales, Perry-State at
In
advance ..._ _... 1.00 now having been presented to thla ALAI OKDEKKD at Titus I

Three months In advance ........ .'11 Court nnd the Court being fully nd. ,vllle Florida, this 15th day of March. The bride-to-be was then taken to'j large. 'News ads are profitable.ACHIEVEMENT .
viand' In the premise. It la OUDKIJF.I. 11141. | From the First Congressional Die
ADJl'DOED AND DECREED: that the (S) M. R. SMITH the church parlors where her gifts --- -

Legal Advertisements State of Florida through the State CIRCUIT Jl'DGE were hidden, all over the rooms with
Attorney for the Ninth Judicial Circuit 40-3t I
In and for Okeechobee County he V strings attached which she had to
and It la hereby required to ahowCIIIIHP .L.fr
follow find tha
UNKIND DEPARTMENT If any there he, before tbla to gifts
STATE OF FLORIDA Court on the 4th day of April. 1044 nt RE-ELECT Refreshments of orange punch
No. 41SOFFlfK 10:00: o'clock A. M at Ibo Court Holme
OF OMl'TROM.F.n In Fort tierce Florida, why anti' and cake were served. Many lovely I I

TAl.I.AIIA'SFK, FLORIDA bond' ahonld not he validated and W. B. (BABE) gift were received by the honoree. k tike rtsult of 'leadership,
Whpraa, by ..1I.plor, evW.nre confirmed by a decree of tbla Court In
prps'nto.l to the nnclcr.liinf.l It ban conformity to thn prayer set forth In Those present were: i initiative
kern made" (n appi-ar that a banking said petition and, pursuant to the experience
onmpnnv under the name, of OKEBPI10HKB luwa of the State vf Florida In auch DOUGLASSAS Mesdames Leona Llghtaey, Peggy

POfNTY RINK located itOKEEOHOI1EK / cane made and provided. Hudson C. R. Bibb Carl Durrance
FLORIDA. sill orrnnlicdl It la further ordered and d.er.p,1Ihat FRANK D. UPCHURCH bee
nnilrr the, Laws of Florid the Clerk of this Court be and Annie Scott, R, Baromel Curtis
him rompllpil with all the provlHlnner be U hereby required to I'"hllab this those
<>ftilrpil In he rompllnil with hy the I order In the Okeerhobee News, u newa- Wright, Ella Conrad D. W. Cassel, pr vtiik poiscsMS quality

nnnklag Lava of inn State of Florida paper printed and publisher! within Edison Walker, :M. M. Martin Brad-
before a company ahnll be authorised mild IiUtrlcl In the City of Okeecbo RailroadCommissioner H. will Iced. FUriJ to
to iMHiinipwe tile huMlupfli of Ranking. bee Okeechobee County Florida and, I ford Thomas Oliver Godwin Victor
Now therefore. 1. .1. M. f.KE. fomntrolliT I of ironcrnl circulation In said Dlatrlct.' future
of the Stnln' of Flnrldti. hy vlr- once each week for at least three con Domer, Hulon Walker, Herman e greater

till nf the aulhorlly vealeil In me l>y I iccutlve\ weeks prior to the said 4th I Marsh, C. G, Erbaugh P. P. Evans
Section 41:11: of the ipvlnpd: General' day of April 1914. the lat publlcutlun
Stntntps of Plnrtdn. certify that HIPOKEECIIOrtEE I thereof to be nut more than eighteen Robert LaMartin, Clara Walker,
dnye before said date and la
anmc
('OI'XTD.'X" of
Okpprhohpp In the Cniintv of Okperholipp hereby deelnred to conatltute nolloi to Salter Watford ; :Misses Juanell IBANK 9. y. en CHfHrul" UrdswrcAPCRURCR

And the 1 Ntnle .i.r. Plnrldn Isnnthorli'tt the nevernl property ownera and cltltena. Pearce Eva Johnson Betty Mason,
*! to enmtnenco the hnslneiis Impnyorn of anld Dlatrlct and .
of Blinking under th. name nhofp I nil others whom It may concern comuiniidlnii Jean Lee Raulerson Sylvia Snell,
riven with a cnpltnl stork of Twenty and reiiiilrlnir them ,in thowenime. Shirley Davis, Juanita Pearce, y R Ii R heaae Amy. w ear k ...... r Ps .....
Five Thousand ftnllara.fllyen If nny they have or If any
nndpr tnv hand and senl flf'j' 'there be. to add, Court, nt the Court Martha Walker, Carol Domer, Laura
fflcff.. thin twentieth dm nf Niirein- | Home In Fort Pierce. Florida., DM aiild, I
hop A P. Onp ThiHiinml, Mne HimIred i III 4th day of April 11M4.! nt soil hour .,f ra Maya Campbell, Faith and Clarice -,----..---.---.-.-'.-----.-
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Fnrty-Thre. in-00 o'clock A. M. why said honda I Iahonld
Walker Freda Thomas Messrs, Paul ,
not be vnlldnted nnd oiiflrmed ;
i ihy
(SEAL) .T. M. '.RI':, i
Comptroller 1'ot.l *f Florliln n di'crpp of this Court In .'" "rorn,1h' Evan and Robert Llghtsey. I
!ft4- tNOTICE t to the prayer art forth In anld! petl I ELECT
linn and puraunnt to the Inwa of flu ---V- rp
State' of Florida/ In auch "eaai 'undo
OF ISTF. TlOS TO ,SKI.I.: and provided, L. LA. STUCKEY L. ,3.4
RogersYOUR
LAM> DiiNE AM ORDERED it Furl Dwight
NOTICE II 1IKKKBY GIVEN that Pierre, Florida In the Ninth .Tudlclnl, --oContinued -
nnrannnt to S.'ctlmi 13 (I II. ChnpfprSWISH. Circuit of the Srate of Florldn. thin ( from page 1)
Laws of Florida Acts of 1IM1. 2nd day of Murch, 1044. n '
find Section 67. (Chanter 14717. l.awa of ENTER : A. (I. KAXXEIl, 4389" ed Sixth"District Is prcdomlnontly
Klorldii, Act of Iw l. an ntnpndpil by Judge of the Circuit Court '
Section 11. Chapter 20ns, Law* of of the !Ninth Judlelnl Clr agricultural in nature, Mr. Stuckey Congressman

Florida Act of mil. the following .10'! cult of the I Stale of FloridaIn culls attention to his personal activity -
aerllieil Innd In Okeecniibee) County.Klorldn. nnd for OkeechoheeCounty
to.wlt: Florida with the Florida Vegetable HE GAVE US
NWV of NK'i of 'lEI1r'1I; ] B Sin v. aA
ft. 1 1.0' 20 Twp 37. R,e 85EiKt I Committee through which organization HOMESTEADEXEMPTION: n r
210 ft of :N1YI4- of XE'i' "f NOTH TO AI'PEIK many thousands of dollars have
XE'SPO 2(1.( Twp 37 He 86lt'lll IX THE NAME OF THESTATE
he offprpd fur into, it public I"IF" FLOIUHA I i I been made for the farmers through

outcry for the hlghput ami best cnatiMd. TO ;: AILEEXtl 1lnR (CARVER ceiling for (Free Homea From Taxes) 1
its fight against price ?
an hlmt ti> the rlirbt of Hip Ronrdit whose lam known addreai was .103X ,
Cnmmlaitlniipra, of CverflHdca l>rnln. Mechanic St.. lierrleu Springs, frih vegetables "Especially have ,
are District to reject any and all Mela Michigan. I When He Served In the Florida
nt the ('oil rlhoIoe. lipglnnlnii nr 10IK: You are hereby required' to file at- Continue to profit from the those operators with large acreagesin
o'clock A. M. nn the ftmti: diir of March peuniiice In this proceeding herein t Legislature a.C
services of a public servant of tomatoes and potatoes been bene. .
1014. Eaaement for drainage] and rerlnmntlon Frank Carver la mielng, you for Dlvorco
nnd road pnrpuaps will be i with the Clerk nf the Circuit proven ability, experience, In. fitted stated M,. Stuckey. t Let Him Help l'. National
reserfed. Court Ht okcechobcf, Florida, r
on i>
noAKD OF ('mII1'NIOXElt"OF !' before the third day of April A, D., tetrity and a desire to be of Continuing, he said, "Of Interest Affair by Sending Him to

EVEHOr.ADES PUAINAOKDHTRirT 1X44:: otherwise Jinlitment will he entered servIce to the public and his fel to every housewife In the district lethe I
agtilniit you by dcfiinlt.
By Roy R. Ranlerinn. \\ Itneaa uiy hand nnd seal I of this low fltlena. Ilia decisions have recent success of the Vegetable CONGRESS !
Clerk of the Circuit Court ofokppcholiep (Court at Okeechobee Okeechoboe
(County Florida County. Florldn.'' thla 2Sh day of been based upon evidence and he Coi mittee In obtaining the removal

aa agpnt for mild, Hoard Februnrv.. A. I'. 11144.HOY will continue to follow that of ration points from string beans in i Political Advertisement Paid for by Home-Owners)
I'eaw, Clerk
fly Siiihronlii Deputy B UAff.EItSOX, i
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Clerk Circuit I Court. Nl.ith policy, Florida. _.
Judicial' Circuit of Florida.SEAL -
( 1 ) ( Political advertisement paid for "I believe I know the problems of -

.IIDCMI.THE CIRCUIT( IRIIT COURT OF H.0ltll\NINTH, Mnry, Sonderfiir By! Sophronln Schulinnn Pease, D. C by friends of Mr. Douglass) the farmer and the business man"
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IN AND FOR OKFrrHOIIEK Attorney. fvl I'lallilllt V said Mr Stuckey, "and when I go to '

COl JliTT, ...4. ., Congress 1'1mix the common sense 1 FARMER! H., ,.. ;::1
IX fllASCERY
iii.PROTECTION ," .." I
... FORCATTLEMEN
Ne. MI NOIJCE OF INTENTION TO SELL I have gained from practical business
T .
JU.).... >i"i'n: ORDER LAND .
TO MIO\V, (' 11 MC :NOTICE IS HKIIKHT JIVES that experience with sound principles '
I pnraiiant ,lo Section 13 (I H. Chapter HERMAN! !
110.\111) OF prni.ir1 Tifcrio.\ :IN;.-,\ l.nHI ,,f Florida Arta of 11)41. of Democratic government to

for iikeerhobee County Florida and 1 Section 117. ('ho PI..r 14717 Laws 'if gain the moot and the beat for all
1't'tltlouerTII Flurldn. Acta of 11131 na amended hi. 3'r I
"' I Ilupnvero. Section 11. Chapter amiss.] Laws nt the people of the Sixth District" BUSINESSi
STATE OK FLOHIDA and the .'Io hlo. Arts of 1041., the following ;
and V -
property owners dcMcrlbpil land lu Okeechohcf Coum i
fltUetia of Okpecbohep County Flof' l-'lnrldn. lo a'1'
Ids Inpludtnir noiurpBldpnti ownlnirpropprty loch 7 ,ind *. Hlk 7, Hiillmail, Adili". Candidate For Sheriff
or milttpct to tnmtloiitherein. I lion

Iipfcndnnt.Thft I.ota 1 to 4 Inc. Blk 111 and kola '.
above f-iHiHO cotnlnir on to l h. mad It, Illk N. Wrlylit'a lot Add.
hoard upon the pptltlon thin ilnv" filed Lola 11 and I.. llk II. 'iv right and" ill
herein by the Bonn) cif I'uhllc In- lliian S UIi.IK e

ruction for Okepchohne County. Flor- 4. d. 7. 8 and 10. Blk Jii: Cit A c,
Mil, u a pnhllc hndv rorporntp and aa nf OkeechobeeAll ,
the pontrolllnu' body of the Countyachnol liloi-ka 1 to '.'tJ I tau Siium-t parl! 5 ,
MyHtPin In and fur Okeppholiee K.I
County, n polltlcnl milidlrlHlon, of the I Iol 1.'. Illk N, Knllrond Addltlot, '
Stnte of Florldn. Hfi'klrn to determine I.ola' 1 lo l.:\ Inc Hlk C. and Lull" 1 i
Iho authority to Inxue Itefundlnir to 13 Inc Itlk D, Lawrence liidimtrlalSi r
Honda of inlil Board In the total turn of linn part' "f NI I. ling S of 4i
x
of $un nno. and to determine the Ic-inl- FW fc X Icy ",'p 17. Twp :till KITH :ir: ,.
II, of the proceiollngii hail and. Inken ]I.I.M, in unit UU. Itlk 11. Wright and,
prod lminary to HIM! In coniipctlon there liana M D %,; l9r *
with nnd .,>pkli>K a decree In this I I.IIIH' 'j. ji! and 24, Blk F. Wrlifhi *
Court to viilldntc nnd n uflrm the I.- HIM! Unm S.D E 9 I Ia
enema of inlil hondi. and until petl Lot n. Hlk 10. Railroad Addition! i ; I
tlon now tiavlnu, been preapiited to thl> Lot 7. Illk 0. Railroad Addition I
Court nod the Court being fully\ ",1- I l.oUi.\ :1 i and 4. Blk H, liullroad Addition .
vlop,1, 'In the premlnea, IT I* OR. .N4rr 1 ,
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IIEKED.: Ap.iriMjF.n, ; : AND ErnEF.r Lola' 1 and 2. Hlk F" \Vrlght and 4c
Hint the State of Florldn. through the I liana S.D i
Suite Attorney for the Ninth Jiidlrlnl I.oi, I Illk II. Kallroad Aiblltlon!
Circuit In and for Okeechobee County I I.iiu' U to M Inc, iik u, Railroad All ED HAMILTON n ;wtlx;
be and It IK hereby required to ahowpnimP. ill Ion h ,? si
if any there ho. before tbla I al| -. Hlk I II. Itnllroad Addition ED HAMILTON; I'.F.C. C. S. !Marines '
Court on the 4th ilnv of April 1UU Lot] :. Ill k 4. Soulhern' l'lne .',h1.I. .
nt 10 Ofl) ','Ik t. M.. at the Court hula' u, 7, f e. II. II and 12, Blk AVrlKht I.I quoted hy Okvechohce
JI 011 IP. In Fort I'lerce. Florida, why \ mid Ham S.D
odd hondi ihould not he rnldnted Lot' -. Illk P.. Wright & Una 8-P County friends an sn> ingi "Our cat
and confirmed, hr n decree of thin Lot :3.t Illk 41. City of OkoechoheeLota tlemen and farmers must be en.
Court In cnnforniity to the" prayer apt 3 nod 1 4. Illk 1, Hallroad Add!
forth In anld petition and] pnriiinnt to Lot' c. Hlk 4. Southern IMiiea Add. couraged and their Interest pro.
the Iowa of 'the State of Florlihi, In I ]Lot 2H. lllk 4. BiiHi'a S I). .
tected. Their interests be safeguarded
inch ninilu and provided, I must
eaan Will be offered for lule nt public L.L.STUCKEY

It la further ordered and di-crped outcry for the hluhent and bent each In the halt of Congreaa,
bid. aubject In the right nf the Board I
that the Clerk of thla Court be andIIP
and that la what I to do Ifelerl..d.
I la hereby required to piilillnh 1111.orl..r of Comiiilmdniipra,, of Everulndei: Iirnlnnre propone I II. E. PADGETTDue
In the Okiwhnhee,.\\,.. anewapnper III at"nit tn reji-ct oily and nil ." ThU U one of the reaaonawhy OF
'bid' the Ciiiirtlioiine. nt
at beginning PAHOKEE FLA.
the ('II'", nf primed Okeii'hnliee." nml pulillnhed Okeecbobea In 10 'IHI o'cliick A. I. on the 17th duly of hid friends urged him to run to the shortage of GAS .

C'onnty, Florldn. nod of genernl" elrcnlntloii April and reclninntlnii 11I44. Ea.mot ement road for dnilnaxe purpoacn for CONGRESSMAN.Tiiid ; and TIl'.CS It might be impon.sible I
In NII Id County our enrhwwk
for at least three (la) eoimeciitlveweeka will be rpu'rroLI1n1iii, ) OF COMM1SSIOVEHSOK ( Political Adv by Friends) for me to tee alof the CANDIDATE FOR
prior to the anld 4th dilT of
\,ten during! the campaign I
April. 1IH4. the Inat publlcnllon there EVEKfil.AIiKS: DHAINAHE V-
of to he not more Ibm i-litbteen (IMdnva : : DISTIIICTHv unsure jou that your vote and I
before add date, and anme la Hoy U. Itnuleraon.Clerk e
of the Circuit Court' r re support will be appreciated.
hereby deelnreil. to ponatltute notice to n re :
the Hpvernl property mrnera and cltliina. nf Okerrhehre' Ciiinf' i CONGRESSNEW
Florida" for said
taxparera of uld County, and an agent
Board.Hophronla. -
all othora whom It mar concern ronininndlnv .
,mid 1 reniilrlnir them to ahoweiiiian. C, ..... Deputy Clerk lIu/I ,.,.. Ae |> -po4-

If any they ho,. or If any there 3 -3t we must keep on buy. SIXTH
be to auld Pcnirt nt the Court llmi. SUBJECT DEMOrr.ATICPRIMARY
In Fort I'lerco. Florida, on add 4th IN ( IRdIT COI'RT, NINTH Jl'IM.Ml. lOut WAR BONDS; until vlo-
dny of April. 11144. nt mid hour of 10.0O ( IKCIIT OF FI.OKIIIl. IN la won, Keep on BACK DISTRICT
o'clock. A. M,. shy mild bonila alionld .\M: > FOR <)KKK:('IIOI1KK: ('01 l NTV THE ATTACK. MAY 2nd '
not be vnlldntpd" and confirmed by a STATE HIIAHD OF ADMIXISTKATIO.N
decree of this Court In conformity to n body\ rorpornte under Section
the graver net forth In mid petitionand HI of Article IX nf the CoimtlIntlfMH -
purmmnt to the lavfa of the Htnt of the Hiiite of Florldn. for STUCKEY Advocates adequate old ice pen-
of Florldn In aurb conn made and pro 1 end nn behalf of oKEECIIOBEK: alone,
vlded. COI'XTY. FLORIDA Petitioner, ELECT
SERVICE MEN
DONE AND ORDERED at Fort 'r11'.'
I'leroe, Florida. In tilt Ninth .Tudlclnl WrA1'E OF FLORIDA et ni, STUCKEY Isor adjustment of rail ratci

2nd circuit day of of the March.sute 1914.of Florida thla Heipondenta.RILE MSITl And WOLEN I from tbe South.

A. O. K. XSpn. THE: HTATE. OK FLORIDA
Judea of the Circuit' Court T1IK: HKVEKAL PKOPERTY OWN "
of the Ninth I Judicial Circuit I .:11>1. TAXPAYERS, CITIZENS .,% % ACT NOW STUCKEY '* toy EquaUzlltlal of vegetable

of the Slate of KlorldnIn I OTIIEIIN HAVING: OK CLAIMING 3M tariffs,
and for Okeecbobee I ANY RIGHT TITLE' Oil IXTKHEST: ,
Comity, Florida, IX PltoPERTV TO BE AFFECTEP :.
V tt.'iIIR ISSI-ANCE, BY THE STATE j/
STUCKEY Ad'ocat' elimInation nf wasteful
BOARD OF ADMIXISTHM'IO.N OKT11K Preserve -
IX THE CIRrriT COURT NINTH STATE" OF FLORIDA. FOR r. the Freedom for spending that hal nolhlnx to do
.n niriAL riRrriT OF ri.oKinx. AND ON. HKHALK: OF OKF.ECIIOBKK: with
IV AND FOR OKEECHOBEB C'IIIX'I't'I.IIIIIIH, OF THE' BONDS which you FIGHT winning of the war

rorNTT.IN IIKKEINAFTEK: MORE PAKTICIT. :4, ,.
fllANOKRTNo. / 1AIUY HK/SCUIIIKD.. : oil Til HE: AK
KM FECTED: : IX ANY WAY THEREBY I;, Write today to Secretory of Stole, STUCKEY Stands for Free enterprl-e. )eaivi.deal .

1t1 1.V: MHI AND ORnER The State of Florida through the Tolfbhassee ballot Initiative, Md elf--government
TO Know CAlhKRPEfMT State Attorney of tho Mnth' Judlelnl for your .
TAX SCHOOL DISTRICT Circuit of the State of Florida and
M'MBKR I, In the County of Okee.tbohee the several property owners tnspny ,
Slate of Florida' a politicalsubdivlafnn era. citizen soul otberi having or Your.Yota for STUCKEY .
nf the State; by and claiming any right title or Interest In FRANK D. UPCHURCH I It a Vote For aDynSmfc.'Pr'd
through the Hoard of PublicInatruo- property to he affected hy the issuance FBANK. D. "
tlun fur paid. County Petitioner of the refunding honda hereinafter
mentioned, or lo be In any way af.t..t.d U P C II U It C HGOVERNOR First on hit program.yeteriua qf e'iiiv.i So\jth FloridaJd

, TI1BTATE' : OF FLORIDA and the thereby, ahull b.. end they .thereby I 1 !a .. lot ,.. j4 .
Inpa'.... property owdere and cltlmtoa required to apneas before thisCourt HE IS A VETERAN (PaIlS Political
of Special Tai "School Ulatrlct at the Court House lo Tltuavllle ADOPAGE
Number 1 In nkeerkobee County Florida, on the It4tb day of I ,
Florida. Including non-realdeota April. I! H. at ten o'clock In the fore. '-'- T 4 '
















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FOR SHERIFF OF OKEECHOBEE FOR SHERIFF OF OKEECHOBEE I !I
POLITICAL of Okeechobee County that I am a FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER FOR CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT
COUNTY COUNTY candidate for County Commissioner DISTRICT No. 4 COURTI
I am a candidate for reelection lethe I hereby announce candidacy in I I
ANNOUNCEMENTFOR my t District No. 1, subject to the I take this opportunity te announce hereby announce my candidacy
officj of Sheriff of OkeechobeJ for the office of aherlff of Okeecho. Democratic
2. Your
Primary May
I that I am a candidate for reelection for reelection as Clerk of the CI r.
RE-ELECTION County subject to the voters In th' bee County In the Democratic Primary ,
vote and
TO will be
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OFFICE OF support appreciat
i I, as a member of the Boardof cuit Court of Okeechobee Countysubject
SUPERVISOR OF REGISTRATION Democratic Primary May 2. Your, May 2. I have served the peo- > ed. I'
to the Democratic
County Commissioners from Primary
This Is to announce that I am a continued vote and support Will be I pie of Okeechobee as Chief of Police |I L. K. LEE j! County Commissioners District No. May 2. I will appreciate your vote
candidate I appreciated. six and feel that with the experience I
for re-election to the Office years
4 of Okeechobee County In the and support.
L. L. CONRAD. gained In that branch of
of Supervisor of Registration FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONERDISTRICT | Democratic Primaries In May. I will i ROY R. RAULERSON.FOR .
law enforcement work I will be In
subject to the First Primary May FOR SHERIFF appreciate the and
i OF OKEECHOBEE No. 1 vote support of
2, 1944. If re-elected I will try to I i COUNTY a better position to give them good ; I hereby announce that I am a I the people of the county.C. COUNTY JUDGE OF

rive you the lawful service as I I wish to announce that I am a service as sheriff I will appreciateyour candidate for County Commissioner E. DRAWDY OKEECIIOBEE COUNTYI

have tried In the past. Thanking candidate for the office of sheriff vote and support from District No. 1 for Okeechobee hereby announce that I ass a
you for your vote and support of Okeechobee County In the Democratic R. C. EVANS I i County subject to the Democratic I FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER candidate for the office ef County

W. B. HARGRAVE Primary election to be held In FOR SHERIFF OF OKEECHOBEE Primary May 2. I will appreciate the DISTRICT No. 5 Judge of Okeechobee County In the

I May 1944 I served as State Game COUNTY i vote and support of the people of I I wish to announce that I am a Democratic Primary May 2. If
FOR REPRESENTATIVE IN THE Warden for eleven yeara and feel I wish to announce to the peopleof !Okeechobee County candidate for reelection as County nominated and elected I will serve
LEGISLATURE I, that I gained that will the people to the best ef ability.
experience Okeechobee County that I am a J. HUDSON PARKER Commissioner from District Ne. 5 my
I wish to anaouncs that I am a : greatly benefit me In the sheriffs candidate for Sheriff of Okeechobee I for Okeechobee County la the Demo.I I j! I will appreciate your vote and sup-
candidate for re-election as office I solicit vote and : ert. P. P. EVANS
your sup the Democratic
Kere'j County subject to
FOR COUNTY: COMMISSIONERDISTRICT : cratlc Primary May 2. I will ap-j i _
sentative In tile Florida Legislator port In the coming primary and If Primary May 2, and as I have had No. 2 predate your continued vote and i i
for Okeechobee County In the coming elected to this Important office I past experience In the Sheriff's office FOR COUNTY JUDGEI
I
wish to announce that I am a support.
primary election. Tour continued will the people of th County I I hereby
I serve I assure the people that I will candidate to succeed myself as a R. E.: (EDDIE) BASS announce my candidacyfor
support will be appreciated. fto, the best of my ability.R. render the beet service possible as member ef the Board of County re-election to the office of Coun
W. J. (BILL) HENDRT E. BOB PADGETTFOR Judge of
I ( ) an officer of the peace. I solicit omiiilssloners of Okeechobee Conn- I I ty Okeechobee Co. aad If
FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER nominated In tile Democratic
FOR REPRESENTATIVE I\ THE your vote and support I ty from District No. 2 subject to the Primaries
LEGISLATUREI I SHERIFF OF OKEECHOBEE HORACE J. KING will of the voters of Okeechobee DISTRICT Ne. 5 in May and elected In the
COUNTY I wish to announce that I am a General Election In November ef this
herewith announce candidacy FOR SUPERINTENDENT OF bounty In the Democratic Primary I
my I take this opportunity te announce candidate for the office of County year, I pledge continued hosed,
for member of the State Legislature PUBLIC INSTRUCTION In May. I will appreciate the vote
that I am a candidate for Commissioner from District No. 5 faithful and loyal service to the taxpayers .
from Okeechobee County, I take this opportunity to announce and srppert of everyone.W. i
the office Of sheriff of Okeechobee for Okeechobee County subject to and citizens and will give
State of Florida, subject to the will\ that I am a candidate for Superintendent F. WALKER
County In the Democratic Primary I the Democratic Primary May 2. I continued fair and Impartial declsiens!
of the people In the Democratic primary !- of Public Instruction for
to be held in May. I will appreciateyour I will appreciate your vote and sup In the trial of all matters coning
of May 2, 1911. | Okeechobee County In the Demo FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER
vote and eupport. port. before me. I respectfully solicit the
Your vote and support will\ be ap cratic Primary in May. DISTRICT No. 3
MORISE THOMAS I ARCHIE LAMB JR. support and vote of the voters of
preciated. II Your vote and support will be ap. I take this opportunity to announce Okeechobee Ceunty.T. .
PHIL Y. CASON FOR SIIERIFF OF OKEECHOBEE predated that I am a candidate for reelection -
W. COMELY JR.
COUNTY CARL T. DURRANCE to the office of County FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONERDISTRICT:

FOR SHERIFF OF OKEECIIOBEE I,, I take this opportunity to an. Commissioner for Okeechobee County No. IiI FOR COUNTY-PROSECUTING

COUNTY nounce that I am a candidate for the FOR SUPERINTENDENT OF from District No. 3 In the Demo hereby announce that I am a ATTORNEY
I hereby announce that I am a office of Sheriff of Okeechobee PUBLIC INSTRUCTIONThis cratic Primary to be held May 2. I ,'candidate for the office of County
candidate for the office of sheriff I j; county aubject to the will of the fi to announce that I am a will appreciate your continued vote I''!I,Commissioner from District No. IiI This Is to advise that my husband,
of Okeechobee County In the Demo. voters In the Democratic Primary candidate for re-election to the of. and support '''for Okeechobee County subject to Paul Wongrey, la a candidate for reelection

cratic Primary to be held May 2. [ May 2. I will appreciate the vote fice of Superintendent of Public Instruction ERNEST HILLIARD I}I I the voters In the Democratic Primary to the office of County

Your vote and support will be appreciated and support of the people of the of Okeechobee County subject ___ I|I May 2. I will appreciate your Prosecuting Attorney. He Is unableto

s I county. to the Democratic primary May FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER: I vote and support. promote his candidacy due to an

N. 0. STEWART J. A. ABNEY 2nd. I will appreciate the vote and DISTRICT No. 3 j, 0. J. CHAPMANFOR Army Regulation. However I hope
that the people of this county will
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see fit to re-elect him to this office.
I that I candidate for -
II. H. HANCOCK am a
the office of County Commissioner COUNTY PROSECUTING MRS. PAUL WONGREY

A WAR VETERAN HASA FOR MEMBER OF SCHOOIL from District No 3 for Okeechobee ATTORNEYI :

BOARD DISTRICT N. 2 Count In the Democratic Primary I to announce my candidacyfor I

I wish to announce that I am a May 2. I will appreciate your vote election to the office of County uAa
RIGHT TO ASKI candidate for member of the School and support F. M. MOBLEY Prosecuting Attorney. Details of the ti cep
Board from District No. 2 In the circumstances under which I qualified I

R I Democratic Primary May 2. I will FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER for this office are too long to

'" He's too busy now fighting the war for i 11 appreciate your vote and support. DISTRItT No. 4 be Included In this announcement,
you, to worry about post war Jobs. But V. E. (VAN) LIGHTSEY I wish to announce that I am a but will be published In a separate
he'll have A RIGHT TO ASK when he I I candidate for the office of County article later.If .
returns, what VOU'VE done about it. Sen 1' FOR MEMBER OF SCHOOL BOARD Commissioner from District No. 4 elected to this office I will en
Ernest R. Graham, World War I veteran I
, knows we MUST provide work Experienced Ii'I 'II DISTRICT No. I I for Okeechobee County subject to deavor to justify the confidence you ThU II a family war. PatyouzWarBondbuyingtbrough
I at a farmer-business man he knows I wish to announce that I am a the Democratic Primary May 2. I place In me.
I HOWl! candidate for reelection as a member will appreciate the vote and support Your vote and support will be t the payroll savings plan on a
I I \ of the School Board from District ef everyone. appreciated. family plan, which meant figure .

Elect No. 2 for Okeechobee Ceunty GILBERT CULBRETH. MARY SANDERFUR SCHULMAN It out yourself.Plenty .

I I will appreciate the continued vote -
ERNEST R. GRAHAMthe Ir .
and support of all of the people of

ALL. FLORIDA GOVERNOR my district.

SM__ B _.__B Paid Politic Ad. HHBMB H M-_.. W. D. COKER ;
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Subscribe for The News Best printing at The News DISTRICT No 2

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I To the voters of :SchOOl ofMATTRESSES
jJJt1NX1rJil1l1I'ffX'1IXn'lr' !! XllclWH.U'' R''''''.RfBaok l\m;. :J'; a I Board District No.2.

i I wish to announce that I am a I
candidate for member of the School

l; Loans To Pay j I'chobee Board from County District In the No. 2 Democratic for Okee-

i Primary to be held May 2.
I
I am now serving my second termas
a member of the City Council

j also my second term as a memberof
Income Tax Instalments
: the Board of Trustees for this
school district and I feel that the
Ii e Trust Denmark's to look after your sleeping comfort with a selec-
experience I have gamed from these
A message to the person who has neglected to ,'11,: positions will be of much benefit to !' tion of sturdy, comfortable mattresses at moderate prices !
Nationally Advertised Serta IAALL
me In serving as School Board mem
set aside sufficient to his income IiI
money pay
It ber. I will appreciate vote and
): tax installment which was due on March 15. i iI ., support. your FELT MATTRESSES

I J. DI. ROE SR.
: Income taxes should be paid out of cur- I Carefully built for years of comfort,, $19 9 5

, I FOR TAX ASSESSORI filled with resilient layers of felt.
income if
rent possible. But if you have been
take this opportunity to announce Roll edges.OTHERS .
unable to pay your tax in full by withholding I that I am a candidate for T

payments and you expect to borrow now and re-election to the office of Tax FOR $12.95coFFEEMAKER.$2.98
I Assessor subject to the May pri
repay from future income, we will be glad to I mary.

discuss the matter with you. Your vote and support will be sppredated. -

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1 LET US ADVISE YOU CONCERNNG ALL ROBERT-LA MARTIN A fine coffee maker that will give years of service. Get one of

YOUR FINANCIAL PROBLEMS FOR TAX ASSESSOR OF these now at a saving!

I OKEECHOBEE COUNTYI

am a candidate for Tax Assessor

1 I of Okeechobee County subject to the BREAKFAST SET $59.95Trim

! will of the voters In the Democratic

Primary May 2. If elected I will modern breakfast set in limed oak. Includes table and
faithfully perform the duties of that 4 chairs
office Your Influence, vote and sip

d'wC/tfEJTMCg port will be greatly appreciated.W. .
FLATWARE/ Teaspoons Soup Spoons Forks
R. (Roy) TOMLINSONFOR
(inspective ) Silver plate or chrome plate

TAX COLLECTOR OF

OKEECHOBEE COUNTYI ESTATE< HOUSE PAINT
take this opportunity to announce $2.39Qualit

County that I am a candidate for re-election
sec o ee J
to the office of Tax Collector sub Monad $3.75 per gal. per gal.
J ject to the May Primary flflflWJWfl

Your vote and support will be appreciated RED LETTER EDITION BIBLES
- $6.95
Bank
BESSIE ALDERMANFOR 4

I, COUNTY COMMISSIONER
Phone .t5." DISTRICT No. 1

I I wish to announce that I am a 'H
I'p s,ti insured.through Federal''Deposit candidate for re-election to the ef- DENMARK'S

Insurance CorporationOFFICERS flee of County Commissioner from
. : District No. I for Okeechobee Cous-

AND DIRECTORS J tr ty In the Democrstia Prli ary May
I 2. I will appreciate the vet. and "COMPLETE HOME FURNISHERS" '
I r: c. H. McNULTY, President, N. RAT ''A1tOLL,'VteehesidntE. support of everyone .JT

0. KILPATRICK,."cashier -B. C. SWAIN j. E.. CONE, Agent.

E M. Meserve 3. M. Roe, Sr. J. 0, Pearee Alftl karitaos FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER:

DISTRICT N. 1 .
'= itdit.; I I wish to announce to tIe people J


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w kw." : Us "Ed BAKERsurely
-- FACING TODAY'S FACTS: PLANNING THE FUTURE

0/fo :;; rlt: ?;t 7 r'CI' has given the --. -- .
refers-and the other Hear the Truth Told in Plain Language By
':!I: candidates somethingto

Sife: r1,tJ...,,,. think about."
FRANK D. UPCHURCH
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1I DL4Jit ::tt '! Ityt ". = CANDIDATE FOR ::
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..I.\,.\ "'1'.'''...".,,"....A'i,.. ."r",' :';,.n" t .tT'1.:M4'. 1' -,: ...:..' ,'1t.'If l.,' ..''r"t..<;. lt.....'o'" :.i,.........t.' f.\."ftJ'lfm "I.,.,\,)'..; ,0'It. ".:,... ;: GOVERNOR OF FLORIDA :

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't .", .:.,; ....; t HE WILL VISIT ==

the EXTRA :_ OrtEECH k1EE AT 11 1 1:00 f A. M. ;
help l.i':: k.

h.e offi'S d9'r/LOV./: ?Vrj li'r: '%: .::!":'J ----.- WEDNESDAY, MARCH 29TH -=

"AJJW:t'QI = This is your invitation to meet the man whose plan for a more =

IN united and a greater Florida has won state-wide acclaim.
the present emergency-with the Government calling on r
American Farmers to plant 16,000,000< ': acres we than 1 last: ,llllllllllIIilllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllmllllllm llllllllllllII:11IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIHmllllllllhilHlllllmlli': .: !! !!!! : iHillillllllllllIIlIliiiii'lillll'llmiillilinilliliIIIIIIl' IIIIllIllU
year's record total-the Standard Oil man is living up to h'$ -- -

reputation as a "friend and helper of the Southern Fa:, -r." aka

He is doing this by rendering helpful service end c-v;: '"7 ,, FORGOVERNOR for GOVERNOR I I elect MILLAlD) ( 1 1.4t.o4 .ilW'itt.: ..
experienced advice on the wartime maintenance of farm machinery .
and by supplying dependable fuels and lubricant: i i

With tank-trucks operating out of over 500 bulk delivery! I Y rel

points, there's a Standard Oil man serving your community | ++ .L4A a
wherever you are. Always a good man to know, hs cn be J I Be Sure You Are t 2 7 eet .

especially helpful now in keepir.2; your Qualified to Voter t.: ,..

farm machinery "Fit and Fightlns.: ( ,ld Political Advertisement) ; !

MILLARD

r Your Standard Oil man will be glri ti Five ................. .... -
t A." .C you on Wartime* FREE Waeunerl.'jir.r copy of this 6f-pat-*:nnc !Dray'. It r 'l-! .::..::..:;..::..::..::..::..::..::0-:0-:0-:0-..:..::.;..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:- ..)) t 9

J help you keep your machinery in fighting trim. s
Gilbert Theatre CALDWELL'!

T f 11 hA Okeefhobcc
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Sunday & Monday
.-- This Governor's race Is a question of men-as 3w
well as issues. Honda faces stormy days as tho
Lucille Ball
war approaches its end as our veterans return,as
industry and business begin to convert to peace.

LEX GREENFOR "BEST"FOOT tune pursuits.
Our next Governor must be a man capable of
I piloting Florida safely through the oncoming
I'nDW"nn"IUWJWII.: storms a man who is calm, level-headed, energetic Millard Caldwell's record of public service ap
I .. and sincere;a man of proved business ability pears in the panel below. This record shows that
Also and tested statesmanship. Caldwell is a Leader! A Statesman! A skilled
SEWS PETE SMITHCARTOONWednesday ''''r pilot for the stormy days ahead)ICALDWELL'S
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GOVERNOR \ Millard Caldwell is such a man
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lek vr His record of public service outstanding. He
I Only ..: was a member of the Florida Legislatures of 1929
$ Farmer Blacksmith ,:;:: and 1931 when he was chairman of the important flECCIHDeoAAf
.X: Rules Committee. He served brilliantly as U. S.rx .
A '; Teacher Legislator i James YHumphrey Congressman from 1932 until 1941 when hevolun- &r*veio *u* J'0rrA771.e'
Judge Congressman I: Bogart ri,* tarily retired to private life. -,41e rILAQ/Ltd reC06'VTY.47r 1FGIA7rQ64Nrr1017Jrrss !'e#IY
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e Mo'$elWMANCC
"""" He has broad understanding "OKLAHOMAKID" i t 'H. has nev" before been I cmf/rfj for QA7GrftWWL,,,"!SArI m I/IY'17FI.
a defeated 11'l1'1I:7tVI4'.S'y. 'oANO
,r if.IIo! Covtrnor H. has n v" been
r of Florida's war for public ,/'ct. lW..QNar.9s644"AI'.,..14112'.eu.t.v
and st-war problems. I' CO.4.4r4rC7PAIWAND aWd'P-"Y"AAYY
a p I I >i H, was born on a farm at Beverly, Term., In A:fJUiW.F.t/+S"?". ,PIIH4
_- 1897. His father was a successful lawyer; his IM&I W4eS 6LRIe6Il.er Mu6Ae.warsra
Also R7adY6NAirFr 60IMrrrFsAv
FOR UNITY IN -
grandfather a Baptist preacher. He was a star Cot eesss.ADYOCAr6D .
FLORIDA COIEIWBINGO: athlete at Carson-Newman College and the University AN I't7P IieFI.tI.ilIIL.
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1 NIGHT of Mississippi where he was still a student Qk A6I' SS'4'oft':8
9B dlrAWeOFArOYS'
: Grand Prize when be volunteered as an Army private in World ONM/1766
GOVERNMENT OF BAND CON6FCSCOF
tIS War I. He was commissioned as second lieutenant I1ttV'IP '
,it;. FOR THE PEOPLE of Field Artillery before the war ended. Later ""''''t/R I'S'ANPS"rA.t
_. )"(/ /N errA9l/SNMFYriN0
Coming Attractions"STAR be finished his education with a law course at the IrMN'r/OAl'' 0,1< University of Virginia. A..e STATPKS'IV r to//PA
SPANGLED: KHTIIIM": A N..6NtY Ai'CMf/N'I F Pl.nrp.r/AI'ANO rrATI ASIA Aoft'P
HE WILL KEEP FAITH WITH YOUHear ,'. (Awrl
"LET'S FACE IT"TA.S" A "DOER" NOT A "PROMISER"! LOCAL I"J C/r/G ArfA/SKl6 erieALAFeCANO "'t. .44'M4SOLrYdf7L
"B\
', FLORIDA CAN BE CONFIDENT SvGe! eFFOFEIPlnic.lr
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his Radio Speech at 7:30 p.m., Mon., March 27 "DIME""SO {
PROUDLY WE IL UL"
CALDWELL
WITH
over stations WRUF, WFTL, WPDQ, WTST, .... ....n"..., ,."roo 11 ,.".., Mr .,, ...c..NI
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THE OLD JUDGE SAYS. b um.o,4} rk

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JUDGE J. OLLIE ,



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I: Candidate for the Office oft ,


UNITED STATES SENATOR !

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1 I NEAR JUDGE EDMURQS ,

,. ITS TIME TO STOP ambitious and scheming men \ OVER THE RADIO ,tl
ti fi r,7c from grabbing for more power. r' '
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IT'S TIME TO RETURN our government to the pea Friday Night
pIe from whom it is derived.
,c March 24thStation
# IF YOU DISAPPROVE of Government by Bureau-
'.. crate If You Believe in Constitutional government I

.. ".., ........ .., ,;;... I by elected representatives of the people. VOTE for WDAE
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; 'I J. OLLIE EDMUNDS in tile Democratic Primary .
s? -._ .. Yrte.'.. coming
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That's really a great editorial you just read the days of prohibition, when moonshine r I Friends of J. OLLIE EDMUNDS -
REALTY BUILDING
to us,Judge.Where did you say it appeared?" whiskey made quick fortunes for bootleggers 414-16 ,
"In 'The Stars and Stripes'.the newscrooked politicians and dishonest police officials. JACKSONVILLE 2, FLORIDA. Please count on my active support and vote for
paper of the U.S. Armed Forces in Europe. .As a result,we claim we know what w. "1 ... J. Ollie Edmunds as United States Senator from Florida lathe 1'
Kind of gives us folks back home something want in the way of liquor legislation and fat Ii j A coming Democratic Primary, May 2nd, 1944. ;,'
to think about, doesn't it, Bill?" thosi at home should unit until un return btforiinitiatinffurther i I I. ft

"Itcertainly does,Judge.Particularly the legislation on liquor tontiof," I Igne d..--- -.., .. ,.._..__...__.._.__ ,1' \
last paragraph. Would you mind reading "Out of fairness to our boys over there I AtS.; '' "

that again?" fighting", Judge, how could we disobey such or .ddre...__ .,.,,_wuw-, ...< .... .--- ft-.
"Glad to,Bill. It says,We can remember a wish? I .A if 5 'II
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eau.bntA MnlryMend. .,CMI/."...,Abllol l B.I__,.", lac ''I I POLITICAL ADVERTISEMENT, PAID FO* tT MIIUDS' OP J. Oil 11 EDMUNDS '-- I

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