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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 31, 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."
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Volume 29 Number 41 __ u_ Okeechobee, Florida, Friday, March 31, 1944 ___ Price Five Cents

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News of Our Boys ; BALLOT DEMOCRATIC PRIMARY MAY 2,1944Below C. H. Parkerson


In Various we give our readers a complete slate of the state candidates as they will appear on the ballot for : Gives Birthday

Camps the Democratic Primary May 2. We also give you the list of candidates for county office who have announced '

At Home & Abroad! in the columns of the Okeechobee News as they will appear on the ballot : Dinner Monday


INSTRUCTIONS : To vote for any candidate make a cross (X) at the left of his name -

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Sergeant Woodrow Walker left About seventy-five people attend

Wednesday to return to the Army FOR REPRESENTATIVE IN TilE FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER FOR STATE COYll'T1WLLER FOR DELEGATE NATIONAL ed the birthday dinner given by C.

training camp at Camp Blanding after LEGISLATURE DISTRICT Xo. ds (Vote for One) DEMOCRATIC CONVENTION H. Parkerson at the Lions Club hall

spending a short furlough herewith (Vote for One) (Vote for One) ,-,-- STATE AT LARGE Monday night in honor of hit
I I J.t: LEE MEN 50th hlrthJay anniversary
Turkeyand
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hU Mr. and Mn. J. ,
parent ---- ----
H. Walker, Sr. Sergeant Walker has I-I'I PHIL Y. CASON I i-I I GILBERT CULBRETH I II'-Ie-I II : o. WRIGHT (Vote for Three) dressing/ und all the trimmingsthat
-' fo with a turkey dinner
--- were
been stationed nt Camp Blanding ::1-1 W. J. HENDRY-; I I I HORACE C. AVERY served the guests

since two yean he entered ago but the stated army while about here ii 1--1 I--1--, -. ----- I-I I WALTER P. FULLER A number of short talks were

made In which all wished Mr. Par-
that he expected his outfit wouldbe .j rem STATE SUPERINTENDENT: III"'JILIC I-
I SAM W. GET ZEN kerson many returns of the occasion.
transferred soon and that It was FOR SHERIFF: INSTRUCTION
FUR COl\TY: COMMISSIONER: : I I After dinner the large crowd enjoyed
very likely, they would be sent for (Vote for One) (Vote for One) I 1- R L. KILGORE
oversea duty. DISTRICT No 5: _I Ii some music and dancing. Repro.
I I COLiN ENGLISH: EARNEST OVERSTREET sentatlve W. J. Hendry acted as mas-
S a e J, A. AUXEY (Vote for One) !
ICIL ter of ceremonies
Lieut and Mrs Russell Donor left I I LOLA TRAMMELL RAY SELDEN
i l'I
Beach i-I+ L. CONRAD i--R, E. BASS Among the out of town guests attending
Palm
Wednesday for Welt
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--- ( I JOE C. JEN :,\S-- were McGregor Smith, president
Lieut. Domer boarded the \ !
where R, C. EVANS 1- O. J. CHAPMAN: -I---II of the Florida Power & Light

train yesterday for his return to HORACE J. KING '_I I j I l' J' MARK WILCOX Company of Miami, C. H. Ellis, division -
I ARCHIE LAMB JR.
the army air base at El Paso, Texas I I FOR ItAILRO.\I COMMISSIONER: _
Mrs Domer returned to her home -' (Vote for One) I I MALCOLM McCLELLAN manager for the Florida Power
R. E. (BOB) PADGETT "-I sit Light Company of West Palm
here where she will remain until ""I -
I I I BILL SHAYNE Beach, and Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Me-
t such time as he can arrange for her 1-I N. o. STEWART; I F. D. AKIN I' I '
I-I Nulty of Melbourne, P. P. DeMoya,
to go to Texas to join him FOR :MEMBER: OF SCHOOL BOARD i-I'
e s e //-1 I :lIOItISE THOMAS: I W. B. (BABE) DOUGLASS Pahokee, and Dick Fullerton of Mi.

I--I DISTRICT No 2s I-I ami. Following is the list of those
,
Mr and Mrs. Curtis Wright ietuived I I i I ANGUS WILLIAMS
(Vote for One) II 1_' invited to attend:
word from their son, Eugene, -'--- -,
I I I Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Ryall. Mr. and
K2.C: that he ha dbeen released from FOR COUNTY: JUDGE: rI I I W. D. COKER -I! Mrs L. L. Conrad, Mr. and Mrs CarlT.
the Naval Hospital in Charleston, S,
(Vote for One) I l-jU-l LIGHTSEY' Durrance, Mr and Mrs. E. M.
1'., and sent to the Naval t'on valesii'iit E. FOR NATIONAL: DEMOCRATIC:
FOR DELEGATE NATIONAL Meserve, L. F. Scharfschwerdt, Mr,
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in Ashevlllc, N. C., ---- -- COMMITTEEMAN
Hospital I T. W'. COMELY; JR. I I J.1.: ROE, SR : ; ; DEMOCRATIC: CONVENTION and Mrs. J. H McCranie, Mr. and
and that he was getting along fine. I _ (Tote for One)
--- ST.TET LARGE Mrs. L. W. Rigsbee, Mr. and Mrs. H,
Eugene: has had rheumatic fever. i-I I P. P. EVANS _
H. Raulerson, Mr. and Mra. A. W
a a a I --I----' __ I--I--------- I I J. FRANK ADAMS: WOMEN
I I ,-1- (Vote for Three) Davis, Mr. and Mrs Gilbert Culbreth,

2nd Lt. Peter Tomasello. I ,-I.- FOR rUESIDEXTAL ELECTOR I I L CLAUDE M. BARNES i-I McGregor Smith, Mr and Mrs C. H.

111 Completes CourseIn I MRS E. F. B. ANTHONY Ellis, Miss Mildred Johnson Miss
FOR SUPERINTENDENT: : OF GIWrr FOUR I 1-\\I MORRIS M: BROWN ,_,
Planes Edithe Fullard, C. R. Randolph, Mr.
B-26
Piloting rrlll.IC INSTRUCTION (Vote for One) I I MRS. WALTER CLARK
"' : I--I I I PAUL A. BROWN' '_I I-- and Mrs. J. P. Hanley, Mr. and Mrs.

Second Lt. Peter Tomasello, III, (Vole for One) I I HOLMES L. ALLEN -I I I MRS. O. lit (FLORENCE) Leo Greenberger, Bryant Bowden,
I SGT HENRY M. BURCH JR. A. Roebuck Mr. and
son of :Mr. and Mrs. Peter Tomasel I-I I I CARTER Mr. and Mrs. L. ,
I I CARL T. DURRANCE I I RAY SELDEN Mrs. W. J. Mr. and Mrs. C.
1 Hendry
lo, Jr., of Hotel Kissimmee, has i-I i I 1/I JUDGE A. S. HERLOSG: JR. I BEULAH
I HOOKS HANNAH
/ H, McNulty, Mr and Mrs. E. H.
just completed a 9-weekn postgraduate i 11. II. HANCOCK I I II _
course at the B-28 Marauder .I__1 I------_ 'i-I----1 I 1\I G. C. IIIcCALL -I !MRS KUA E. NAIMAN Hunt, Mr. and Mrs K. E./'Stell 0, Mr

Air Forces I I. I-I and Mrs. Alvin Sweatt, Mr and Mrs,
pilot school of the Army EARL
-I I I NEWBERRY-I I MRS JOE H. SCALES R. A. Burgess, Mr. and Mrs. Z. K. .
Training Command, Dodge City FOR UNITED: STATES SENATOR _

Army Air Field, Kansas. FOR TAX ASSESSOR (Vote for One) I I'I BYRD SIMS I I-I I :MRS HAYDEN IIIcK. Williams, Rev. and Mrs. W. R. How-
ell, Dick Fullerton, Mr. and Mrs
(Vote for One)
He II now a qualified first pilot '- hII I I II IIARRISS
ALSTON BOB.VtETMOtE, Jack Spencer, Mr. and Mrs. N. 0.
;. a'ld| jjominandej; pt the, ..speedy 1 rid '--r I 4.9. .... s
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M 1 I l\EnT'f.A" MARTiN 1 LCOCKRELL'r 'DAL :" BEtURST'' t rt era ". ;(S ,, e wI Stewart.Mr..an\l..Mr..Alteo Wat(9rd. t/1"'% '"
hard-hitting medium bomber, __ J I I MILLARD. BI I CONKLIN ,-1 _I S. R. Ralf..nld r; Dr. and Mrs. T, T. '
B-26 :Marauder Almost daily com I I w. R. (ROY) TOMLINSON 1' 1 II '-I I Coleman, Prof and Mrs C. M. Williams
command I I J. OLLIE EDMUNDS II
from bomber 1 I--- 1I
muniques I-I Mr. and Mrs W. D. Coker,
'
Marauder: I I 1- I \
icport splendid'success I-I I I FINLEY MOORE t'OItATIONAL: DEMOCRATIC i- Mr. and Mrs. E. G. Kilpatrick, Mr.
stabs at
squadrons In swift deadly '- COMMITTEEWOMAN and Mrs A. H. Amerine, Mr. and .
Axis targets. FOR COUNTY I'IWSECCTIXG I CLAUDE PEPPER Paul De
Mrs. Gino Boromel, P.
\ote for One
1 ( ) FOR DELEGATE NATIONAL
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Famed for bringing back Its pilot ATTORNEY: Moya, Mr. and Mrs. Phil Y. Canon,
I I I-I 1 DEMOCRATIC CONVENTION
and crew members from bombing (Vole for One) I- I -" -- I I MRS NEIL ALFORD Mr. and Mrs. C. C. McCain, Mr. and

missions, the Marauder only recently ,---I-' __ Sixth Congressional District Mrs. J. M. Roe, Miss Alice Bass, Mr.

, won new acclaim by having the 'lrRYS DEiiF ;R- FOR GOVERNOR: I POLLY ROSE BALF WOMEN and Mrs Roy Draughon, R. S. Roat,

lowest combat percentage loss of allied I I SCIlULIIIAS (Vets for One) I_ I LILLIE H. COLEMAN (Voce for One) E. E. Lyons, Allen Markham and
bombers in the _I II
operating 0. H. Miller.
I I '-I I I---I I I I CHRISTINE EDENFIELD, Captain
European theatre. (Attributed by I.--I' __ I I J. EDWIN (ED) BAKER I I I- V

Time magazine January 31 Issue, I-I I-I I I MiLDRED MORGAN Charles Cochran Dies

page 65, to "good piloting and crack I FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER: I I MILLARD CALDWELL '_ In Fort Pierce Hospital
DISTRICT 1 I-I FOR REPRESENTATIVE IN I I RUTH S. WEDGWORTH
operations. ) o.
ERNEST R. GRAHAM
I I CONGRESS'1
Several flying instructors at the (Vote for One) \ died
Sixth Congressional District I Charles Collins Cochran, 79,
I'I-I I
Dodge City An*. Air Field are vet LEX GREEN
y ,_ --' -- (Vote for One) I-I II Wednesday of last week at the hoe.pital

eran combat pilots who have seen I\_.!:' K. LEE I,-I RRAYMOND SHELDON .I-I, in Fort Pierce. H* had been
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action In Marauder bomber foraysover 1 J. Ilt'DSON PARKER I-I UPCHURCH-I I 1111. D. CARMICHAEL: ill a long time. Funeral serviceswere

Europe, North Africa, Sicily, ,_. \._----__. _-- __.__ I I FRANK D. FOR DELEGATE NATIONAL held at the graveside ThursdayIn
and In the South Pacific, and who I I I B. C. SWAIN i--I I I PETER J. CUNNINGHAM DEMOCRATIC: CONVENTION the Fort Denaud cemetery with

their experiences ,_, I I I Sixth Congressional District
are now passing on I of
,
f- I-I 1-1 I EDGAR G. HAMILTON the Rev, Sam Durrance pastor
to pilots at Dodge City. I_ I ,- DIEM the Baptist church in Wauchula in

Pilots who win "Master of Ma- -I FOR ATTORNEY: GENERAL: I / FRANK RALLS (Vote for One) charge assisted by the Rev. A. M.

rauder" degrees at Dodge City Army FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER: : -, Gllsson and the Rev. Mallory Smith.
(Vote for One) I I DWIGHT L. ROGERS 1 I E. HARRIS DREW
Air Field automatically become DISTRICT Xo. 3 Pallbearers were William T. Hull,

members of the unofficial fraternityof (Vote for One) I-I I ERNEST F. HOUSEHOLDER I 1/I WILLIS SHERRILL I I- -RUSSELL FRIZZELL Theodore Yeomans, Dennis Small, R.

Marauder pilots-"the Phi Bom- I-I (- 11[. Harris, Bill Maddox and GeorgeL.
-- II E. P. MARTIN I I-I L. L. STUCKEY w. F. FINCH
ma Kappas of the Skies. -Kiailm- ERNEST HILLIARD I I I I Poole

mee Gazette I 1-'" I I-I F. :'1. MOBLEY I'-IJ' TOM: WATSON 1-I I I W. A. (BILL) WALL I I-J TONY SALVINO Mr, Cochran was born In Columbia

V I-I 1_ S. C. He was just a baby when

Legion Auxiliary Elects I I-I I I I II I -. 1 ( his parents moved to Florida and

_._0 ____ ,-I! ,-I, settled In Polk county. In 1911 he
New Officers for YearThe
I came to LaBclle and this has been
Frank D. Upchurch Was Pastor of First Baptist I Carmichael Will McGregor Smith, Pres. bis home ever since
of the American Legion
numbers
Auxiliary met at the home of Speaker Here Wednesday Church Begins Fourth Make Office RaceM. Florida Power & Light Mr. Cochran was well known

:Mrs Lee Rigsbee Monday afternoon Year in OkeechobeeSunday I Co., Was Visitor Here throughout this section. He always
D. Carmichael, three times took a deep interest in public af
liberal and
for the purpose of electing officersfor Campaigning on a pro.gr..ive -
2, begins the fourth of West Palm Beach and fairs He made many friends among
the coming year and making program for post-war Flor April mayor McGregor Smith of Miami, president
plans toward a new mei bershlp ida, Frank D. Upchurch of St. Augustine year of our pastor The past three I former State Representative, Tuesday of the Florida Power & LightCo. tho people with whom ho became
have been fruitful years and made formal announcement of associated. Of late he was staying
years
drive. candidate for governor, out I was a visitor In Okeechobee
Mary Sanderfur Schulman was lined his "Preface to Progress" and marked progress. We have given I I his candidacy for Representative Monday afternoon and night coming with his son, HuKh Ceoh'aland
over $3,000.00 to Missions throughour 'from the Sixth Congressional District family at Okoec hobee.
unanimously elected president, and its 14 objectives In a talk here Wed over to attend the birthday party
State Board. Our church has Survivors are his widow, Mrs.
C. H.
nesday given by Parkerson. Mr Smith
will bo Installed at a meeting to be
been remodeled, Sunday schoolrooms The 68-year-old attorney and Ever was accompanied by Dick Fullertonof Sarah Cochran; two sons, Lee Cochran
favors balanced
held April 7. Mrs. Phil Cason was Upchurch a economy
added, painted, purchased farmer listed number of Halnes City, Hugh Cochran,
elected secretary. It was decided that for Florida In which there shallbe pews glades a the Miami office of the Florida

the other officers will be elected. equal opportunity for all lines of and other Improvements made. points on which he Is basing his Power 4 Light Company. Okeechobee; 3 daughters, Mrs Jim-
All Is debt and role Carlton, Wauchula, Mrs. Carrie
church in
property free candidacy. They are Included an
later, perhaps.at the next meeting.The endeavor rather than over-etfphaait Mr. Smith and Mr. Fullerton re-
will be dedicated to the Service of advertisement In this issue Townsend of N.ples, Mrs Myrtle
of one activity at the expense of all mained here until Tuesday afternoon
will meet 1 In
Auxiliary cop.noctlon Okeechohee, anj two brothers
Lord, Home Coming May 26th. King of
our Mr. Carmichael expressed oppoeltlon when
with'the others they left for a trip to Clewls-
Legion Friday
A cordial invitation| given to at- J. D. Cochrnn of LaBelle andS
to the "so-called" New Deal and
7th, Install the newly lie stressed the necessity for Increasing I ton and other places around the
to
night April tend our services, Sunday school, declared that tHe "next few Lake Section. : P. Cot-limn of Wauch'l:..- endry:
salaries and for years
elected officers and It was also derided teachers'
10:00: ; morning worship, 11:00: ; evening : will be the most crucial In the history County News.
to have a supper and Invite all increasing old-age assistance, adding I and L.L.R. V
services'Training Union, 7:30: ; of this country. Competent men degrees In 1908, and work
friend who have sons, brothers or that most citizens were In agreement of Jacksonville
ed his Minn FlorenceFerry
evening worship, 8:30. I will be needed to represent the peo- way through the University
hunbands In the service. Any man with him on this matter. V ; pie In Congress. of Chicago, obtaining the degree ol technical' expert with the F.or-

now In service Is eligible to join the Concerning World War No 2 veterans L. L. Stuckey of Pahokee, candidate Doctor of Law In 1909.V Ida State Board of Health, will be

Legion and after so doing their Upchurch asserted with 15,- for the Den ocratlo nomination I Born In Billingsvllle, lad. June 23, In Okeechobee each Wednesday to

daujrhtere,( wives and mothers will 000. Florida men and women already for Congressman from this district, 11885, Mr. Carmichael came to West Mrs. P. Tomasello, Jr., and sons, assist In the work now being doneat

be eligible for .iiiembenhlp In the released from the armed forces, we spent some time) here last Friday af Palm Beach 34 year. ago and has Lieutenant Peter Tomasello, III, and the Clinic. These clinics are held

Auxiliary, aft now face to face with what ternoon. I practiced law her since that time. Jerry, spent Wednesday night and each Wednesday' night at the City

V many expected would be a post-war lIe worked his way 'through the yesterday In Okeechobee visiting: Hall Instead of the court house ai

Subscribe for The News problem, Advertise iii The News. University of Indiana, obtained A.B. friend,. had been done In the past .

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TWO THE OKEECHOBEE NEWS FRIDAY, MARCH 31, 1944

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( Legal Advertisements Legal Advertisements I 'StuckeyFor-Congress" ,

Dfccfcljolicc tJ'rus Club Organized In Ft.

... owning property or subject tll taxation noon and show cause why tbe prayers Myers Last Week
therein Defendant of the Petition filed In the above entitled I
Published Every Pnday< byhe 1 he ntioie raiiif mining on to he proceeding ahould not be grant West Palm Beach, March 28-Special
Okeechobe News Oo, at Okeecho- heard upon the petition this day filed ed. and the bonds therein described RACES
and the proceedings heretofore bad -Ths latest "Stuckey For Congress HORSE
bee, Okeechobee County, Florid herein by Sppilal Tax School -t.Number nuihiirli'lng, the Issuance thereof he
Club" the Sixth Districtwas
in
I 1, In Okeeehohe* Couuty: vallduled and confirmed aa to laid

BRYANT BOWDEN ............ d1tor Florida, 11 piillllcal auridlvlalon and Petition prayed, until honda consisting formed lust week at Fort Myers,
taihiK dlntrlit In and of the tstate of nf rerundlng, bnnda of the State Boardof
r Florida, and the Board, of Public InirtKtlon Adiulnlatratlon of the Stnte of acording to word received at Stuckey
Entered as second class matter .1 for aal of laid Dintrlit seeking County, Florida, In the Headquarters here today. The movement *
July 1, 1914 at the Post Office In ernlng body aggregate
tn determine the authority to IssueMehonl sum of IsOOMiO dated June 1, 11M4. which hal started In Lee county .
Okeechobee, Florida, under !the; Itefnndlng Bonds of laid lieiirlng Interest at tbe lowcat rate obtnlnnl.ro I
Act of March 8, 1879. Kihool District In the total mm ot when' loll at par, or at three I and Is expected to spread Into Okeechobee
tlJOuO, and to determine the legality per cent per annum when Bold to the
of the pnictedlnea had nnd taken prpllmlnary hlKii, > l and best bidder. payable leml. other West Coast counties, Is spearheaded -

to and In connection therewith annually, nnd numbered' from 1 to by a group of prominent I
SUBSCRIPTION RATE and seeking I decree In this NK. hnlb InrliiHlve, a more particular

One year In advance .u_............ |3.00 Court to validate alit confirm the lasname den rlptliiil of which refunding bonds citizens, Including Was II, Reynolds, I
linndx. and said petitionnow la contnliied In the Petition
of anti heron.
Six months In advance ......_... 1.00 having been presented to this DONE AND OltDFHED at Tltultllle J, B Johnston, R, E, Kurtz, Jackson

Three months In advance ........ .75 Court and the ourt being fully ad. .Florida this 15th: day of March G Sells, R. V, Lee, Bryant Pierce,
Vinci) In the premises It la ORDERED: 1941. i SUNDAY APRIL 2NDAT
ADIIDfJKn AND nF.ItJoED: that the (S) M B. SMITHCIRCUT E. Ill. Ballard and others of Fort

Legal Advertisements Attorney Ktate of' for Florida the Ninth through Jndlelnl the State(Ir, 40-3t JUDGE Myers according to Mr. Stuckey, ,

cult In and for Okevchnhce. County. be who stopped here today, enrout to
and It Ii hereby required to show
\.KI.O DEPORTMENT caii p. If any there hp. before tits NOTICE APPLICATION FOR Fort Pierce and Vero Beach. 2 P. M.
Court on the 4th day of April 1044 at TAX DEEM
MTATE OF FLORIDA
411ornrn 10.Oil clock A. M at the Court Moose Laws of 1B33 "They are really getting busy
op No.('O"I'TROU.F.1t In Port Pierre( Florida. why anld Notice la hereby given that RoacoeL over there on the West Coast," said
TU.I.II"Mt'r.. FLORIDA honda should not he validated and Mnrkhnm and W. Allen Markham, AIRPORT
Whereas. bv lnU"fnrtor.r evidence confirmed hv I decree of this Court In holders of Tax: Certificate No, ItNl, Mr. Stuckey, "and I am finding that AT OLD

presented 1 to the undcrnlirni'il\ It has conformity to the prayer set forth Inlaid Inaned the Ith day nf September, A. j friendship and business contacts I
petition and pursuant to the D 1HJ7 have fllvd I
same In office'have
own iny
mmlc to that
romranv under appear the nam of a banking OKBI3riinnFR laws nf the State of Florida In such mode appllrntlnn for a lax Deed : made over a period of thirty years i North of Packing House near SAL Depot
caMp sands and provided to he issued! thereon Said 1 Certificate
: rni NTV P\K located lit / i
ordered and decreed are really bearing fruit in this cam
OIxFtrilOIiEK:. FIOHin and or. It la further embraces the following dtairlhpd prop
ranlml nnil<'r the I.....a nf Florida. that the Clerk of thla Court hp and ertv In the County, of Okcechoboe palgn. My friends tell me that they'
him compiled 1 with nlj ttip prorlnlonarpqulred be Ii hereby required; to inhllali thinorder I State iif Horldn to wit:
tn his r"m pile.I ulih h? the I In the Okeechohee News, a newa- Lola 11 and 12, Block Ift4, City ofOkeechohee are willing to try a practical business -
Bunking' Lawa of the State of Floridahpfnrr It and pnhllihed Okecho I .
r.irllrrlr .
a iihnll he anthorlai-il In the City nf 1 In. iinxi'MHtni'Mt of aald property un.ihr man In Congress for once, who

to ..omm."rnrapanv... the himlitoai of Bunking. bee Okeechohee County. Florida, and mid Ci-rtlflmtp lumiod was In the doesn't smother them with promisesbut : ALL HORSE OWNERS ARE
:Now. therefom. I. .T.f. IFE Pomp of general circulation In nail Dletrlct, IIIIIOP of David Bacr.
trnller of th. 8tnt "f KlorMa Mlr, once each week for at least three con nliaa until Certificate shall ho reilei who Is willing to work just as :
fun of the Authority vested' In me bv lenitive weeks prior to the sail 4tb 'meil ilc'ionllng to law property do
II.I\"n\ 4111 nf (hilevl.il GeneralRlotntoa day of .April. 11)14 the lest publication scribed then'In shall lie coil to the hard for them In Washington as he : INVITED TO PARTICIPATE
nf HnrMn wrtlfr that lhoNFKitnitrE thereof tn be not more than eighteen, highest bidder at the Courthouse door has worked making a living in farming
oin BANK of iliui before" said date and lamp Ii on the first Monilm In the month of
Okccrhobrp In I Ih.. ountv, nf Okra hereby declared to constitute notice to MIIV" 11)44 whldi la the lat day of and business.
rhohp and the Rlati nt Florldn, Inaiithnrlxail the several property owners and rltl.tin May. 11M4 I refers to
tn enramonrp the bnsinees *. taxpayers of aald Dlatrlrt and Dated thla 2lith day of March 11114. Mr Stuckey proudly
nf Hanking under the name above nil then whom It mar concern com (SEAL) !tOY R, HAt'LI':RSO.N. himself as a "Farmer-business man"
clvpn' with ii ranlfal stnrk nf Twenty mnmllnir and requiring them to show Clerk Circuit Court nfokecthohpe
Five Thoii.anil Dollar ramp. If any they have or It any County. Florida candidate, and he can talk crops and
Olsen under ham and, coal of there he to said' Court at the Court fit--n
mr
markets with the best of the farmers -
office. thin twetitlptb dm if Nnra. Home In iMirt Pierce, Florida on said NO ADMISSION CHARGE
her A n OIIP Ihnnannd Mne linn 4th d.v of April 1IHI. at call 1 hour of for his various affiliated companies
droll FortT.Three. in:no orloik AM" why amid honda NOTICE OF ,\ .\TIOV FORT
(SEAL) .T. M TEE. should not he vnllilated and confirmed \\ nttn: control about four thousandacres
Comptroller Mute ef Florida"' ht n decree of this Court In conformltv Lima of lllin: / land In the Sixth District .
of farm
.14-H tNOTICE to the graver Ret forth In said pell Notice In I.r.hy given that Mra
Ion and ,puraniint to the laws. of the Kathirlne Chnnilli. holder nf 'lax He ships his own brands of .
Stale nf Florldn In inch cane made Cirilfliiile :No. l"n, IHHIIOI) the 71 h fillY
ot iNTFVTIoN TO SELL and or'f'o: of July. A I>. 1'lll hna filed 1 anme In celery and string beans In carload
LAND ) ORDEnFI at Fort my ..1'11 In. ; ban made applliatlon tor. markets in this
:NOTICE Iq JlEHIRY1'':'( that Pierce, Florida, In the Ninth Tudlclal Tax Deed In he issued thireon. Said lots to the leading PUBLIC CORDIALLY INVITED TO ATTEND
pursuant to Spnllnn 11 111. ChapterSW.W Circuit of the State' nf Florida, this Certlfliatrt irohrncea the following de country and Canada.
law of Flnrldn Art. of ]("41. 2nd day of March 11)44ENTFR scribed property| In the (ountv of
and Seitlnn OT. Chapter H717 Lows of : A. O. rUXNFItJtidce i IIkl'htll" Shale of 1"lorlllll. In.witI : In addition to farming Interests,
Horldn Arts nf Kill. a. nmendeil, bvSwtlnn of the Circuit Court .nt 4. Him k 1'. IInulh.llk..bn"I .... Mr Stutkey operates a sixty ton Ice
.
11, Chnptnr Mm; Lawn nf of the :Ninth Tudlilnl Clr, 1.he IIMHI aMiiieni of soil !property unilil
Florida ACID of 11)41 the fnllnnlni deffprlhed cult of the State of Florida nail! (','rll1'l.."". issued waa In the plant and a large fertilizer plant ,
land In Okewhohee County In and for Okeecbohee name of t'nknnv
1"lnIla. tn.wlt- Inlma sell Certlflintp shall he re- which, putj him right at home with
: County Florida Send The News to friends Best printing at The News
:NWH' nf \F 4 of \nile a E 210ft V di .'mid lui'nrilltig ID law. prnpirty demrll.iil the pmailmg business Interests of
See :29. Twp 37 R,e SS Ihireln. .lu.II I.e void In tbelillfhi
Feet 510 ft of X\\,1'1 nfF'4 "f VOTICK TO \PPF\R at 1,1.1': in Hit (' .'.ilrllrl door the District. -- -
NF.lIor :2n! T"'p 17. Kan! 11 IN THE: :.NAMt' : OK THE nn the ft rat Mradar 'In the month nfMny
Will he nffi'red for sale nt publlo SDAIF OP FLORIDA lull 1. us hub U the lot day nf Stuck-iv will spend most of this

outcry for the hlirhmt and lent en.hIdd TO : All,KEN H>IIFR CAUVTH Mary. 11431Untrd wick '. subject to fhp rl"ht of the Board whose taut known address was iiot Ihla :.IlKt tiny of Murih. 11)44.
nf CommlKBloiiorn' nf KeriiUDrain][ N. :Mpchanlc 8t: Berrlen .Spring (SEAL) the TII.tr't, lut "\|). nfl' Dlairlit to rnjert any and nil hide Mlihlgan. ROY U HULIEH10Vlirk Gorda the M. O. CARMICHAEL
nt the Court homo. heirlnnlnir nt 10 : clock A. M. on the loth dav nf Mirrh1W4 [ In this proieedlutr, wherein I Okeirhobee Counlt. Horldn4V"t latter part of the week, I
IiiaiMiir for drnlnoite emu reclnrnnHnn r rank Carver Ii anelug MID fur Liltone .
and mail iiiirpnie will he with the (jerk nf the Clnult "Thifc running for Congress Is
Court nt Okepi'hnln'e. Florida\ on orIn '.JI
reservednrunn OF f'f'I"IO'F.Uq ,fore the third day of April .\. IiIri44 WANTED about the toughest job I have ever

OF E\EROIA1; >F DRAINAGEDIS'rnTrT : ntlintne! judgment will he en tackle I 1." sn d Candidate Stuckey"but i LAWYER .
lend nunliiHt ton by ilefnnltltiifna t
Bf Hov II. Haulers \\' nit hand and anil nf thla TRAINMEN AND SWITCHMEN I like, it" F r'x
Clerk nf the Clrnilt Court of Court nt Okeeihohep. Okeechohip -- --- FARMER
fikupchiihee Cnnntv. Florida County. Florid, Ihla lath day of Apply in peraon or by letter to
fin agent for sell llonrdHv ",.lIrlllll')'. .V. D. VI44. REELECTW.
Soplironln Pease Deputy Clerk ROY Ut itArI.EISON Tiainmaster'i office, Florida East LEGISLATOR
30-.ItI Clerk nf (Ircult Court: Ninth I
Jinllilnl <'In'nit of Inrlda. Coast Railway at Miami or New B. (BABE) naFevwegeear

{ $I'VI.I: \ Sirjrnn Beach, which ever ia most BUSINESS MAN
> TUB CIBCIIT COCRTITII Bv "ophninla" Tense. D. C.Vary .
.HI'( 1\1. ( lIt( l'IT OK ".01110 \. Siinili'rfur Si'htilmanlonio convenient, but do not apply by
IVM> FOR ORFJCIIOHKE ,\ )' (IIr riuliitllt DOUGLASS :- Candidate for .
(in NTT. I telephone K you apply by letter mod J

IN ('11 tNrERYNo stale age present employment and : Yj
: BH5KlIP NOTICE OF INTENTION TO frit AS urA-44
) LAND phyalral condition. Not necessary to I CONGRESSSixth ,
M"f .\\ ) ORDER
TO hllOW' (' tl'''Knotnn NOTICE is ".liKiam. GIVEN that. have had previous/ railroad' expert RailroadCommissioner
imiaiiait" In .tlnn 13 II I), 1'hanter
OF pinur IN: TRI'CTIOV jmnx. lava if Hot-Mil Aita of 1011 once There Ii no age limit for experienced
for okopf'hnhpp Ciintitv. Florida, and 'lel'lill"I II7, Chapter 11717 Lnws of Congressional
JVIlllooer! .. I Hnrlilicls' nf 1011 as flQiPiiilcil hv railroad men provided
vs.rHu Section 11 Ihnplir UNIW' I.ana nfI
STATE OF !'I OKIIM and the I hirliln. Act nf 1911 the f illonliiKilimrllitil they can qualify otherwise .-' District of Florida

,./ till pnrern. propertj owners, and liniil, lu okeeihuliee CIIUHINI ',
.
pltl/pnt of flltim'hohPe County. Flnr. ,li.rllio tn nit : I :
Ida, Inrhiillng nnn.reildi'ntl owning Lets T and s. Illk 7. liullriiail Ail.II
properly or .\ih.|<.ct d" taxntlon t linn Candidate For Sheriff II
Therein T>ofpndnntaboo 1.iits 1 'in 4 Ine rtlk lA iniil I Lots 1 "
The rotten pnmln?! on to herieurl nod II. I ilk a. \\'rllht's l.t \ilil, b > I ', ,
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upon, the nrtIn nil this dnv filedhirtln Luis II nnil K Illk\ 11 ttrliflit and i r+ ) _._J
hthe Honril nf Pulillc In line S II r a w
i w
atrmtlnn for OUeei'hobi'n County. Flnr Lou 4. II. 7. .* and 10 Illk '.'11: I'ltnf \ HE BELIEVES IN
din. n. a pnlilli Lode rorpnrale and aa oki'i.ebnbee M. D. CARMICHAEL :

the PontrollliiK\ hoilf the Coiintvwtionl .ill\ ... t tn M III"II".' I I' .rKI (I.. t .
aystrtn| In marl for nkpcrholieeConnlv 11.11 J I M. D. Carmichael worked h- Any and all I legislation that

a pollllinl milnli\Uon| nf the I 1.1 \i Illk ft. Iliillrnail,l AiMltl o the University of will promote the development,
through
Otnte nf Flnrldn apiklnv to dPlprmlne 1 Inls-1 tn It Im. Illk ('. and bile I 1 way
the nulliorltv to lnp Hefim.llnlTl'inilii to n; Inc. Hlk H lanrenci Iniliinlrlnl, Indiana securing AB and L.L.B. prosperity and general welfare ofDII'I'.e.

nf mi 1.1 Hoard, In tho total mmif S Ii, nf that purl ofr" I"'I"1l S if In 1U08, Worked his WilY the Nation, the State and the
flljnnon. and tn ilotormlno the lesnl ''l\\ if N Itv. See 17 leap :a'l. Km :::1I nlulu : Sixth District In particular
ItT of the prooeedliiK had nod taken in suit I'D Ulk II. \\rlghl anil through the Unixcrsltv, of Chlca .
rrellml'inry tn Rod' In ronneitlon thorn lima 8-II go securing degree of Doctor of A vigorous development of our
with. nnd Hnektnar n doeree In this I lots .'.'. 'I alit 'I 1. H'k' K \\rlulii natural resources Including our
Cnurt tn Tiilldnlo '''111 eniiflrm the In. till hiss 8! D l:1: I I.aw In 1D09
sesame nf mid hoods and cull pptl I Lot rt. Hlk 10 It ii I II Iron.I .tddUlun Y farming, fruit and cattle Industries
tlnn non' linvltijr here presented In tIle, lot 7. Hlk 1 Ii, Unllrnad A I Has been practicing law In I our highways, waterways,
(nitrt and, Hit Court hi'lnff fnllnl' I Inn::: 2.:1:I sail 4. Illk s, ;\ dnA'I' West Palm Bench for thirty-four and air transportation
vlied hi the pri-mlKPi. IT 14 OR ''ill!Ion
J'tUF.II.lIII'JIIt'n AM DEPHFrn I I I I..t. I nnil l i. Klk K. \\rlulii mil I I )'oar.. Has served three times as I A vigorous prosecution of the
that I ho Male nf Inrldn through the line K.D Mayor of Welt Palm n"pch-by war to a victorious conclusion
Slateltornp\' for the :Ninth .Indlilnlwilt, I lei 1111k II. Uiillrnnil A'I'III,' ),." { r xContinue Has served*
hp and IIt.|M herobv rerinlred to ahowpanne illtlnnI 1 1R. I.'it). Attorney anti Count' Attorney soldiers

If nor thorn he, Inform Ihlafnnrt I 1", t. Klk II. llnllrnmlilillil,,,i iI ., ties served al Kepreaentativi The Immediate removal of ceilings -
on the Ith tiny nf Anrll ]OU.At I I Lot .'. Illk 4. IInllll"'tII I'llII",1" in ."'*
10 nn o'i lork A. M. at the Court Lou il 7. *. II. 11 ami 1. lilt .\. of Paint Bcuch County on all PERISHABLE fruits
HOMO. In Fort Tierce. Florl,la. war M' r I flit 'mill HUH H D Legislature for two terms. and vegetables
mid bonds ilioulil nit he vnldntednnit 1,nt N. Illk i I':. \\'right & Rnsa M D The of the American
ponflnned hv n dourer of Hill jut :I.I1k 41. <'Itv of (lki*('llnbei and has protection
two sons
Is married
Cinirt In pnnfnrmlt\ to thp prnvpr set lota :.1 mid 4. Illk 1. lliillnaddil l worker and producer against
furib In pull,, pillllon and purminnt tn lot N. I.Ik' 4. Southern I'liua Add to profit from the and a daughter; the two sons and foreign competition

the law of HIP' stutp,, of Florida In lot, :n. Illk 4. nimas s II.1'111 services of a public servant of son,in-law are serving in the Good; times _
inrh rnae mole and pi'o\ Moil. \ h" offered for sale H, puhlli wages n-ean good
marry, for the highest ami hpt t aahdid proien ability! experience, Integrity nited States Navy, continued good wages and just
It l I. further adored and deereedthat
aiihject tn the right of the Hoardof
the Clork i>f this Court tip and 1'0'1111..1011 nf Drain and a desire to bl of compensation for ALL must be
( hveriilmlei.
IIP la lien, 'In remind to piiMlnh thin Has developed and operated a assured,
latrlit\ to and allills
reject
order In (ho Okipfliohee :Npwfl. anpuariaiier rue nt the rmirtlinine. any liefflnnlng ilIDIMiniloik E. PUIGETT service to the public and his fel large farm in the Glades for the I Individual initiative must beencouraged

lrl"1 nnd, ptihllHhed In A. M. on tin 17th d.v "f low tltien 1 His decisions hat pact twenty years
IhA of Okperhnlep. OkeeihnheeCoiintv and rewarded.
I f.lt|iy April IH44\ rimement: fnr ilrnliniin
fl'rldn In call and Conntv nf irenernl onrp each elrfiliation nil' hiiniitlon and road' inirpnsesIII "It'the watchword of thi nationIt been honed upon oidenc and h* I While in the Legislature took The proper care for our aged

week. fir at hnt three it rnsaecntiyewenks w \ he reaervpilHMIlli .OF roMMIO'IONTHSnr ( : hut served all generations will continue to follow that .. I leading active part In the following and infirm will promote our genpral -
prior tn the, anld 4ih' dav nfAnrll welfare,
,
EVERrITADEB MIAIN denomination
It Ml stir a policy ( legislation :
lilt! the I hint pnhllratlnn there.fif .
: A
AIR; DISTRICTBy limitation of the presidential
to IIP not more Hum ilvhtein ( HIIITK I Roy It. Knnlersnnlerk Tim big word ,COOPERATION.I :- 'Political l adveitlsement paid for .
| efi.ro' anti unto. and inine. Uherphr (', nf the Circuit Court I Reapportionment of Representatives term of office to not more than

dii-lnreil to eonalltnto entire tn nf (Ikpeiholini, CoilllHMfilMn ', II by friends of Mr. Douglass) thereby giving to South eight years-It will aid In the
HIP ipternl property owners and rill --- -
pna. tnxpatpri of anti Coiintv. and Unarilfl mi agent fir said I 1- Florida more equal representation preservation of democracy

all nther whom It mss poniprn, e<.mnmndlni' Siinlironla Pease. Deputy Clerk I in the legislature Is opposed to the so-<'ailed New
mil' rpqnlrlin Thom to chow I Deal
pan., If say then have or If Any there 39-3t I I .
SHOP AT The of the Constitutional
he to sill Court nt the Court UOIHP passage The immediate abolition of
'
In Fort Pierce. Florida on mid 4th IN ( IRMIT COIRT. NINTH .It 1)1.Ml. Amendment providing a ten government BY bureaucrats
duv, nf Apill. lllll, at wild hour of 10 Oil (' ('IIICI IT OF FLORID, IVNI
i
mill Instead of three mill
.\ FOR <)KtF('IIOIlrK (01 :NT1 levy a Government out of Business
,, ,'I"'k .\. M n'hv call bonus ahonl'"I
?
trot Im valldtited\ 1 nnd confirmed ht ailiM Kr\1KBII\ltl| OF ADMINISTRATION il levy for school purposes. Business In Government.
"rep of this Court In conformity tothe a body corporate under Sec A
lion 111' nf Artlile IX nf the ('oimlltiillnn l. government of the people forthe
Nut forth In anld petition
mid prnvor pursuant to the bits of the Stat of the Suite if tlorlila for I The drawing and passage of the people and BY the people -

of Florida. In atieh rase made and pro I and' nn hehiilf nf IKREtIIOREE Denmark Furniture Go I present Riparian Rights Act down to the smallest political
,Tided ( (v.II'\'n'LOIJIA.. PpllllnnerTIIK subdivision.

I'leree 1>ONF. Florldn AMI: In OlUiERFD the Ninth at.Tndlrlnlrirenlt Fort HPME: OF FLORIDA, et al, I I The defeat of abproposingto !!!* A rigid adherence to our Con-

spoodcnts. give a sectioA bf land In the ttitut'onal' form of
of the "tnto of Inrldn this KYLE M"l government
2nd dnv of March. 1944. 111 TUB: STAIR OK FLORIDA, Everglades to each county In the It made us the greatest nation _
A. O. KANNFRJiulire : TIIK: SEVERAL: : PROPERTY OWN FOR FINE FURNITURENEW state on earth
of the Clri-nlt Cmirtnf tn: !*. T\\f.\\FRS. CITIZENS: AND
the Ninth JudlHal Circuit ITIIPIC: HAVINO Oil CLAIMING I MR. VOTER :
nf the White of Horldn ANY KMJIir, TITI.E OH INIFItKST
In end for Okeecbobee IV PHiil'FHTY TO BB AFFK'TFD; Don't be satisfied w.th platform and campaign pledges-be lure e .
'ountr Florida IIY TIM: IsSI'ANCE. BY THE STATE your candidate has the ability
experience
V and intestinal fortitude to
HOVltD OF ADMINISTRATION OF1IIK I
,
bring them Into
being.
IV Tilt flRCIIT COrET. NINTH STATE OF FIOIUDA FOR LOCATION
.IIDKIU ( IR4IIT OF rlOKIDA. AND OS BhlHI OF OkBKCHOBEBCOIST (! ell is paved with good Intentions.
I."U FOR OKFFCHOnEBtOINTI. '. FLORIDA. OF TUB BONDS A public office Is
a public trust- -a public officer should bs a
'. IIKKrINM-TPK; MOKK PAHTICU.
IV riMNCrRTNO I..*KI.Y DtxlKIRHI: : OK TO KB AF MARKHAM BUILDING I public servant
HtmK FECTEIIN: ANY WAY THEREBY : The price of liberty it. eteranl vlgilanes -don't fall asleep at the .
( IT Nl TO IIOW f \I NP Slate Attorney of the Ninth Judlilnl
RPFCIAf TAX SCHOOL DISTRICT Circuit of Ih State of Florida, and Across Park From BankJ. I If you want an able, experienced man of action, who gets results
Nl MHF.U 1. In the CoitntT of Oker.rbohee the several property owneri taxpay- YOU SHOULD .VOTE FOR
!Rule of Florida, I Apoliticalaiihdltltilon era. rlttrpna and other having or
of the State. hr and rlulnilng any right title or interest In
ihroiiEli the Board of PuhlliInaliuc- property tn be affected by tbe Imuance M. D. CARMICHAELPaid
lion for laid County, Petitioner of the refunding bond. hereinafter i
YR.'J'fJM mentioned or to he tn my way if.fwled .
STATE: OF> FLORIDA and thetapatPrn thereby, shall hp, and they are E. CONE Agent
proportv ownera and rltl- hereby, required to appear before this .
)
Political Adr.PAGE .
Court at the Court house In Tltua
wens of foI'.1| Tax School District
Ntimher 1 In Okeethohe CoiintT vllle. Florida on tbe 24th day .f
tlnrlda, minding( UOD,roald nta April 1041, (t ten otlock In the fort. -. .- -
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i I POLITICAL continued vote and support will be reelection to the office of Tax FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER 'or' Okuechobee County subject to

ANNOUNCEMENTSFOR appreciated Assessor subject to the May pri DISTRICT No. J the. voters In Democratic. Prl-
L. L. CONRAD.:
"Ed BAKERsurely RE-ELECTION TO OFFICE OF mary. I take this opportunity to an ,nary May 2. I will appreciate your
Your vote and will be that I candidate for vote and
SUPERVISOR OF REGISTRATION FOR SHERIFF OF'OKEECnOBEE support ap nounce am a reelection IUppOI t.

I COUNTYI I preciated. to the office of County 0. J, CIIAPMAN
This Is to announce that I am a
has the ROBERT LA MARTIN Commissioner for Okeechobea County
given candidate for re-election to the Of. wish to announce that I am a -
1 from District No. 3 In the Democratic FOR COUNTY PROSECUTING
voters-and the other flee of Supervisor of Registration candidate for the office of sheriff

candidates somethingto subject to the First Primary May of Okeechobee County In the Democratic FOR TAX ASSESSOR OF Primary to bo held May 2. II I ATTORNEYI :

election to be held In OKEECHOBEE COUNTY will appreciate your continued otel wish to announce my candidacyfor
think about. 2, 1014.I If re-elected I will try to primary
I I am a candidate for Tax Assessorof I land support. election the office
give you the lawful service at I May, 1944, I served as State Game to of County

-Tampa Tribune, Mar. 25 I 1 have tried In the past. Thanking Warden for eleven years and feel Okocchobc County subject to the ER.NEST IIILLIARD J Prosecuting Attorney. Details of the
will of the voters in the Democratic circumstances under, which I
I that will I qualified
that gained experience
you for your vote and sjupport. FOIL COUNTY COMMISSIONER I
W. B. HARGRAVE greatly benefit me In the iherlff'i Primary May 2. If elected I will for this office are too long to
I DISTRICT No.3
t k office. I solicit your vote and sup I faithfully perform the duties of that I be Included In this announcement,
I take this to
opportunity announce
FOR REPRESENTATIVE IN THE port In the coming primary and If I office. Ypur influence, vote and support I but will be publlrhed In a separate
I that I am a candidate forth
LEGISLATUREI elected to this Important office I will be greatly appreciated.W. n't'cle later.

wiah to announce that I am a will serve the people of th County I R. (Roy) TOMLINSONFOR : 'I from* office District of No.County 3 for Commissioner Okeechobee If elected to this office I will endeavor

candidate for re-election at Representative to the best of my ability.R. to justify the confidence you
TAX COLLECTOR OF 'County in the Democratic Primary
In the Florida Legislature E. (BOB) PADGETT I' place in me.
OKEECHOBEE COUNTYI May 2. I will appreciate your vote I
for Okeechobee County In the corn Your vote and support will beI
I
and F. M. MOBLEY
take this opportunity to I support
log primary election. Your continued FOR SHERIFF OF OKEECHOBEE announce I i I uppreciated.
that I am a candidate for re-election ]
I MARY SAXDERFL'R SCI1I'L IAN
s | support will be appreciated. COUNTYI
/ to the office of Tax Collector sub FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONERDISTRICT i
W J. (BILL) HENDRY
take this opportunity to announce No. 4
ject to the I
May Primary.
FOR CI.ERK OF THE CIRCUIT
candidate for
that I
am a
I wish to that I a
announce am
Your
vote and
FOR REPRESENTATIVE IN TilE support will be ap- COURTI
the office of sheriff of Okeechobe predated. ;' candidate for the office of County'Commissioner
LEGISLATUREI County In the Democratic Primary hereby announce my candidacyfor
from District No. 4
herewith announce my candidacy BESSIE ALDERMANFOR I reelection as Clerk of the Cir.
to be held In May. I will appreciateyour for Okcochobee County subject ta
for member at the State Legislature cult Court of Okeechobee County
vote and support the Democratic Frhrary" May 2. I
COUNTY
from Okcechobeo County, MORISE THOMAS I COMMISSIONER I subject to the Democratic Primary
will appreciate the vote and support
State of Florida, subject to the will\ DISTRICT No. 1 May 2. I will appreciate your vote

of the people in the Democratic primary FOR SHERIFF OF OKEECHOBEE I wish to announce that I am a I of everyone. and support.

of ;May 2, 1914. COUNTYI candidate for election to the of- I I GILBERT CULBRETII. : ROY R. RAULERSON.

tour vote and support will be appreciated. take this opportunity to an. flee of County Commissioner from
FORGOVERNOR Dlitrlct No. 1 for Okeechobee County FOR COUNTY: COMMISSIONER I I I
nounce that I am a candidate for the FOIL COUNTY JUDGE OF

PHIL Y. CASON office of Sheriff of Okeechobee in the Democratic Primary May DISTRICT No. 4 OKEECHOBEE COUNTYI
2. I will appreciate the vote and I take this opportunity to sn.1 I
County subject to the will of the hcr.>t;y announce that I am a
I FOR SHERIFF OF OKEECHOBEE voters In the Democratic Primary support of everyone nounre that I am a candidate for reflection candidate for the office of County

Be 'Surs; You Are COUNTY May 2. I will appreciate the vote B. C. SWAIN as a member of the Board Judge of Okeechobve County In the
of Commissioners
: Z'i ci'eby announce that I am a and support of the people of the County from Democratic Primary May 2. If
FOR
Qualified to Vote COUNTY COMMISSIONERDISTRICT : County Commissioners District No.
candidate for the office of sheriff
county. nominate and elected I will serve
No. I 4 of Okeechobee in the
(Paid rollUml AdTertlttntit) 1'of Okeechobee County In the Democratic J. A. ABNEY County the people to the best of ability.
I wish to to the people my
1 announce Democratic Primaries In May. I will
to be held May 2.
Primary
I will appreciate vote and
of Okeechobee County that I am a appreciate the vote and support ef your sup
A j Your vote and support will be appreciated. FOR SHERIFF OF OKEECHOBEE port. P. P. EVANS
COUNTYI candidate for County Commissionerin the people of tile county.C. .

District No. 1, subject to the E. DRAWDY
N. 0. STEWART hereby announce my candidacyfor FOR
ELECTRICAL WORK Democratic COUNTY JUDGEI
2.
Your '
Primary May ---
Okeccho-
the office of sheriff of
vote and support will be appreciated. FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONERDISTRICT : hereby announce my candidacy
FOR SHERIFF OF OKEECHOBEE bee County in the Democratic Primary
No. 5 for re-election to the office of County -

P. P. EVANSHOUSE COUNTY May 2. I have served the people L. K. LEE I wish to announce that I am a Judge of Okeechobee Co and if

I I am a candidate for reelection te of Okeechobee as Chief of Police candidate for reelection as County I I nominated In the Democratic Prl-
Sheriff of OkeechoboJ that with the ex-
the office of ilx years and feel .
merles In and elected In thaI
I FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER Commissioner from District No. 5 May
WIRING the voters In the that branch of
to in
County subject perience gained
DISTRICT No. 1 for Okeechobee County in the Democratic General Election in November of this
Democratic Primary May 2. Your law enforcement work I will be In I I
I continued haaest,
pledge
them good I hereby announce that I am a Primary May 2. I will appreciate year
a better position to rive
candidate for County Commissionerfrom your continued vote and faithful and loyal service t* the tuI -
service ai sheriff. I will appreciateyour I citizens and will
and rive
District No.1 for Okeechobee 1! support. payers

A VETERAN KNOWSWHAT vote and support C. EVANS County subject to the D Democratic R. E. (EDDIE) BASS continued fair and Impartial decisions
R. the trial of all matters coralag
Primary May 2. I will appreciate the i I in

I FOR SHERIFF OF OKEECHOBEE vote and support of the people of FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER before me. I respectfully solicit the

WAR MEANS COUNTY Okeechobee County I DISTRICT No. 5 support end vote of the voters *(

; I wish to announce to the peopleof J. HUDSON PARKER I I I wish to announce thnt am a Olic-cchnbe County.T. .
; ; This.war veteran, fsrm.r-busl.ff W. CONELY, JR.I .
Okeechobee County that I am a candidate for the office of County
< ntM man, knows at you '', I
worries.t candidate for Sheriff of Okeechobee FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER Commissioner from District No. 6 -
that p.aM bring job I POR COUNTY PROSECUTING:>
He has PROVEN h. can solve County subject to the Democratic DISTRICT No. 2 for Okecchohce County subject to I ATTORNEY

that problem. Primary May 2, and as I have had I wish to announce that I am a I the Democratic Primary May 2. I

past experience In the Sheriff's office candidate to succeed myself as a will' appreciate jour vote anj sup Thin Is to advise that icy husband,

I assure the people that I will member of the Board of County port. Paul \Vongrey a candidate for reelection
ERNEST R.
ELECT I i render l the beat service possible alan \(Commissioners of Okeechobe County 1 I ARCHIE LAMB, JR. to the office of County

officer of the peace. I solicit, from District No. 2 subject to the Prosecuting Attorney. He i* unableto

J3RAHAM I your vote and .support. will of the voters of Okeechobe I I inn COUNTY.t'OMMISIOEK: : promote his candidacy due to an

- HORACE J. KING County In the Democratic PrimaryIn I, DISTRICT No. S Army Regulation. However I hope

I May. I will appreciate the vote I hereby announce that I am 8 that the people of this county will
GOVERNOR FOR SUPERINTENDENT OF
and support of everyone.W. candidate for the office of Count see fit to re-elect him to this office.
PUBLIC INSTRUCTIONI
Adv.) I F. WALKER Commissioner from District No ', MRS. PAUL WONGREY
Political lak-e
if aid this opportunity to announce .._- -
I Ia
Iu1wue aN A..1 u .1 aa, li$ u xff 3'sS't1's1'st'' I that I am a candidate for Superintendent .. ..

ft : ::=:1 ':' Okeechobee of Public County Instruction In the Democratic for. I "'J ;

WfTH apOTy ORDER Primary in May.

t t I Your vote and support will be ap VOUT
Make this Creed tool

YOU SAVE EVEN MORE WHEN YOU I preciated. CARL T. DURRANCE


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; PAY BY CHECK"Special !r This FOR PUBLIC is SUPERINTENDENT to announce INSTRUCTION that I OFf am at .' JUDGE J. OLLIE EDMUNDS


candidate for re-election to the office "
I /
t t I of Superintendent of Public Instruction 'B

Checking Account" checks have long 1 of Okeechobu County subject CPvvVvt/ s'That no one it indispensable to our country except

to the Democratic primary May the American oho is fighting and
:: uilling to die if need be
bills
of
economical method
j' been a most paying 2nd. I will appreciate the vote and to preserve the nation his forefathers built upon the idea of .1

= and 'ransferring money. With government 'in- ; support of everyone. government of the people, by the people and for the people.iJ''

creasing order costs 66 2-3%; "Special : II. H. HANCOCK
money HE BELIEVES Tint who .
: a man stirs up HE BELIEVES In the Jeffersonian prin.

...... l: Checking Account" checks at the same low cost FOR MEMBER OF SCHOOIL racial strife and discord in violation of dple of the rights of the states to govern

save you more than ever before. Compare the i BOARD DISTRICT No. 2 Southern tradition is a menace to the themselves. He is opposed to a paternalistic
I wish to announce that I am a
:' tables below : ,!I candidate for member of the School slate and nation and to the war effortand dictatorial government, which seta
I should be retired from life. in Florida
public
il I I Board from District No. 2 In the up a vast political machine of

Amount "111 < lIot Nvw font r'o.t of < in*,i h. mi"liwliil Amount : I will non-civil service federal
; 2. employees.
I Democratic Primary May
of IIIII.) u' Minify uf liinfy < lurking tun ra HE BELIEVES In the I traditional policyof _
Order Order Order Au'ouut'Only Hilt vote and support
J appreciate your "
.!! '
southern Democrats that the
: .01C S 2.50 6c IOC 3 1.3c t V. E. (VAN) LIGHTSEY party HIS FRIENDS 2r.f.--- .
2031. 3.00 8c 14c 7 1.3c t ; principle of white supremacy must be _

3.01. 10.00 lie13c J9c 6 2.3c EachREGARDLESS 12 1-3c 1 FOR MEMBER OF SCHOOL BOARD maintained. You'll
)1 want to VOTE for :
b tu 10.01. 20.00 22c 15 1-Sc DISTRICT No. :2 I II

t:: 20.01. 40.00 15c 25c 18 1.3c wish to announce that I am a HE BELIEVES. That the people of Flor- JUDGE J. OLLIEEDMUNDS I .

pi, CO.OI. 60.00 18c 30c 23 1.3c candidate for reelection as a member ida will protect their heritage of Americanism

c 60.01 80.00 2 Oc Sic of the amount 27 l-3c of the School Board from District won on the field of battle and at

80.01 100.00 22c 37c 30 1.3c J No. 2 for Okeechobee County.I ) the polls.
i
will appreciate the continued vote roRUNITED

v. Pay your bills by using the "SPECIAL CHECK- :: and support of all of the people of I HE BELIEVES That today labor and I STATES i'

[ my district. business are slaves of government instead
the Okeechobee
ING ACCOUNT" available at W. D. COKER
SENATOR
of the government being the servant of .
Bank.] ,
County the Labor's hard-won
people.
tj .\i FOR MEMBER OF SCHOOL BOARD gains over
'
DISTRICT No. 2 half] a century must not be lost by legislation

I 'S. t! To the voters of School that gives bureaucrats the power HEAR HIM OVER RADIO I

F Board District No. 2: to deny labor's right to bargain freely

Qkeecliob County I, that I am a ...;
!C I wish to announce with the employer. .
.. < :
.,'. .I"'j. .;;r.m
f candidate for member of the School .. o.;..' ,

: t Board from District No. 2 toe Okeeeh HE BELIEVES That free enterprise is I

I oboe County In the Democratic the backbone of American progress and b.-- I. ". ......-.. ,

: Bank Primary to be held ;May 2. MAIL I THIS I COUPONFriends -
I i t' I am now serving my second term prosperity. He believe that the power f 1;

r Council, greedy hands of the bureaucrats must of J. OLLIE EDMUNDS, J
a* a iiiember of the City I I
come off the throttle and that operating,
atiiA second term as a member
Phone 15 my I
t I of the Board of Trustees for thl'l I I control of (arms, American business and I JACKSONVILLE 2, FLORIDA. ..

l school district and I feel that industry should be returned to those who PI count on my active support and
ford
Insured through Federal Deposit I I vote OLLIE EDMUNDS
Deposits experience I have gained from these built them and qualified them. a* UniteJ
are to
Insurance Corporation i ii /! po'lt'ons will be of much benefit to I I run t States Senator from Florida in the com ,

sue In serving II School Board memo HE BELIEVES That the future is lost if I ing Demooratic Primary May 2nd, 1941. ;

i OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS : ber. I will vote and I I
the
r* appreciate your I continuation of socialistic tendencies Signed '................... ......................?............
President N. RAY CARROLL, Vlce-Prtll.en' support. means the return of our fighting forces to
C. .H. McNULTY, J. M. ROE. SR. : Street of address.........?..........?........... .
E. G. KILPATRICK, Cit ler I WPA jobs instead of jobs supplied byFlorida's

I City or Town.'YtatiCNtar. ..,.. .....?...._?...".".?"?..... .
E M. II.lIrve) J. M. Roe, Sr. J. 0, Pearce AlleB Markham FOR TAX ASSESSORI i I fenmhueineseeeandindustries. _ _ _ _ ))1

'\ take this opportunity t* announc PAID ro* ST Chases M J. OUt ItVUNBI

i "__flgffmmaHIHDTMH IIIMIIJIIIJtIJQa'f I that I am a candidate for = pM r'



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PACE FOUR THE OKEECHOBEE NEWS FUIDVV, MVItCII 31, 1914x

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.y-y...............y-y........==.y.==-.y...... -= .y.-=o.y.'r:3 yya. ....=..rm: Mrs. M. Taggart who has spent Change 'In Evening I April 2 our evening services will
Good Contact Man
1 the 18 months In I
pant Okoechobee
. ill( I Services at Baptist follow this schedule Training
;I left Tuesday for her home In Old :

!iui i:!ij! SOCIAL NEWS Orchard Beach) !Maine-- J Should Represent Church-Starts- Apr. 21 I 8:30 Union: p., 7:30 m.: ; prayer p. m.; meeting evening, WedllOl worship,


'i:.:ff :.:!SB!! :.:iii! :.::;; l:.: ,:'_::.: SI, :::!-::.A:.:iIH x::Rir.::n1.::s=_: Statements Asked For New Sixth DistrictWest During the summer beginning on day evening, 8:30: ,

...
Albert Berka who I. employed by returned to hi! home here yesterdayafter :| From Ail Candidates -

riddle-McKay\ Training School atlewlston spending several dayi In Tallahassee -

(' spent Saturday and Sunday attending to business I:J Candidates should keep In mind Palm Beach, !March It I

her with Mn. Berka and daughter e-e-- I that they have to file three statementi | (Special)-Any man elected as Congressman :: From where I sit... fy Joe Marsh

Joan. W. II. Manning of Fort Pierce, of can.palgn expenditures. i from the newly created .
I Texas, arrived In Okecchobee this Sixth Congressional District will
-0-- The first statement must be filed I II ''J
Mr. and Mrs. John Draughon arrived i week and I II spending a few days | not earlier than April 3 and not have to spend considerable time The Secret Weaponin
i here attending to business and : orienting himself In Washingtonwhen I
In Okcechobee this week from later than April 8. This is a process
I'm. Bluff, Ark., and are spending I I greeting old friends. He It the ion j that follow when they have dono he goes there to represent the Dan Mason's AtticDan

tome time ,with Mr. and Mn. V. J. of the late "Uncle Mart" Manning all of the things necessary to quail. I people from this District. The soon

))omer. Mr. Draughon expects to enter who passed away here last year fy them to get. Into race. It Is Important er he makes the necessary contacts
-0-' j and fits Into the congressional picture 1 Mason was always what we Dan sets a record for the metal
for failure
the United States Navy .In the to tile state.
his district should call a "string saver." When he
the sooner aDd the paper he contribute.unwraps
Mi Mm Gilbert Culbreth left
near future and MM, Draughon will and ment of campaign expenditures as
'profit by his representation. "Get- a package he rolls up And the glass makers owe him a
make this her home. ytstuduy fur Jacksonville where Mr. required by law can prevent a
I ting acquainted" Is going to require I! 'the string-folds the paper-and medal for the empty bottle he)
Culbreth went on business while date from getting on the candl'l '
endless hours of hard work with 1 puts them both In his attic for turns In.From.
County Judge T. W. Conely, Jr., Mrs Culbrcth visited friends.J the general election even If safe-keeping'
little time for relaxation | where I sit, Dan' }
a majority In the primary I "That In Itself Is a job for a "Never can tell \\hen things up on us all What's more, j

The second campaign expense young man," said Pfc, Ed Hamilton, come in handy," says; Dan. got us doing it too-collecting

ELECT statement must be filed not earlier {'U. S, Marines "There may be shortcuts And you should see Ms attic! scrap, returning empty bottles.:

than April 21 and not later than |i that he can make In establishIng ': !Stacks of paper, balls of string not because somebody makes u*
April 25. I himself in Washington Influential 'empty bottles (Dan being a moddo': !', Hit bocatrc it's the Dem
'erate man and sticking just to cratic way of working together
,
STUCKEYTO The third statement must be filed I friends can help but In the long
L. L. In June. ,run the Job Is up to the Individual I Ihlmsvll. beer)knows, old horseshocs-and hat-all goodness to win the war.

How well he succeeds and t7
A statement showing the names of Wethen used to Ltd him lot. Bat c90e 'I
how well he I. received will rest entirely a
.
political workers, etc., must be filed I i the
with the Congressman If the comes scrap! drive, and
not later than June 2.
congressman from the Sixth Conrromlonal .
CONGRESSNEW Candidates for county offices are 'I l I'islrlct Impresses hit fellow I No. 80 of a Series Copyright, 1944, Brewing inJa.try foumfettn

to file the statements with the clerk representatives with tho fact -- ---- -.. --

SIXTH DISTRICT of the circuit court.Gilbert I hat h > people made no ml take In I uv:1
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electing him to that high honor then /
PRACTICALEXPERIENCED
................:O'O'.o. >->->->-)>-o.o I the Sixth Congressional District will
.;.. .!..:h:..:..:..:..:..:..:....:..:..:..:..>-:..>-.X.o: ) ,see results.
91GG l J *
"As I see It, our congressman Uo'ng
I
SUCCESSFUL TheatreOkeechobee >- to have. to be quit a salesman j 'I

First he must sell himself to i L tOrtuaPENINSULA

I members of Congress and then he I cS'
IN THE CONDUCT OF
must Immediately' follow through i
Sunday & Monday the importance of hi* H'ntrict
His Own Business OF PROGRESS
IlI'l\h Nation. If the successful can-

from this District has failed
S3 yeas a re.lde.t Vaafy YI.re.kd; Adyoea..t'e04 "Star
y V ... develepme.k aside .ad water* Spangled Ir foresight along these Hail then I
7' .t ...... ".rt.. ""' Ia klow
., r7.rldaways "
asst ftlt he Is not the right man for the job.

(Paid Political Adv.) Rhythm"Also Friends of Ed Hamilton thro igh-

,out the District were well pleased :
I with his foresight In this matter j

"Underground World" and they say it all goes to prove that i
LEX GREENFOR "the job ahead Is safe with Ed. CITRUS

"The Fighting Spirit" Needless to say that the young

Muiine, who v/r.s first to aitovurceVr I'
I Odd NewsWednesday
the offico while still In tied life

:'ast fall, has u broad program for "
I Only development of the District U ii a <

GOVERNOR platform that i h endorsed by virtually ALA. GA.'VEGETABLES .

all 01.her candidates all hough \G '

'I Trailer Hostages'j he was the (rut to come forth withit.

V it Farmer Blacksmith .
I j WITH VCandidates- -
Teacher Legislator

Judge Congressman i'' Benjamin Franklin, Jr. to Be : ,

R ,,4 I
AUo ,
He has a broad under- 'Herring Murder Mystery' Allowed! GasolineFor ,, > "
1L :
standing of Florida's war .... -

J ,. r> and post-war s s problems.s BINGO"Our Gang NIGHT Comedy" Campaigning $


FOR UNITY IN TIMBU 44&3t, ? 7 '\ ..
FLORIDA Grand Prize Candidates for political offices .
N \
S a will be granted use of gasoline for lit y } \
vehicles In which to travel In cam-
; GOVERNMENT OF, BY Coming Attractions
paigning-this It was announced at
AND FOR THE PEOPLE the office of the ration board this '
"LET'S FACE IT" ,
"BATAA week. The announcement makes no fit!
reference to tires for the cars. The

HE WILL.KEEP FAITH WITH YOUHear PROUDLY"DIXIE""SO WE IIAIL" quantity campaigning of gas is to not be stated permitted, further for 1 STORES NAVAL will This appear advertisement in '

+++++++++ .. ++++ +++++++. than that it will bo a "reasonable newspapers in large \Y
his Radio Snecch a'!; 7:30 p.m., Mon., April 3rd -1"-1.--; ; ; ; : ; ; ; : ; ; ; : amount," conditioned by the size of industrial centers, and *. '

over stations WRUF WFTL, WPDQ, WTST, the county. magazines of national \ \ 1 '
WWPG News ads are profitable.THE The rationing board I II now pre. circulation.
,WDLP
_'__ __ ._ _-=.= pared to consider application from
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candidate for campaigning gaa .

OLD JUDGE SAYS Truck owner can get their allotments MMUTH6MOSPtUTt Florida "Land of Flowers "
I is justly famous
of gal by calling at the office for its beauty and delightful climate. Florida,
after April 1. Calls must be made
I too,has rightly be known the
at the office as the allotment will come to as win

t not be made by mail. I ter vacation land of the Nation. But nature

Blanks are now on hand at the gave Florida more than beauty and mild

L..- local rationing board office for applications !' A climate. Fertile soils, vast forests, mineral resources -

--: for sugar for home canning >I and a greater variety of crops than
Stamp 40 Is good for 20 pounds .rowtI..
d3 any other state, have all combined to bring
\ of sugar for home canning.
Florida an amazing development in agriculture

,, Churches of Christ and industry.

Go Scientist"UNREALITY" Products of grove and farm and forest are
Is the subject of
finding r-increasing uses in the industrial
the Lesson-Sermon!! which I will be
life of the 6tate. With matchless resources
read in Churches of Christ, Scientist
throughout the world on Sun. I, IOC( and a progressive, energetic people, Florida's

I day, April 2. | prospects for the future are exceedingly bright.

The Golden Texta.. "Truly 1:1''
The Seaboard Railway has been a pioneerin
vain Is inlvuticn hoped fur from tho
I hills, an I 'mm the mult.tudi of' the development of Florida. In fact, the

mountains) truly in the Lord our' J" history of the Seaboard is in large measure

God la the salvation of Israel" (Jere. synonymous with the story of Florida's remarkable

miah 3:23): CAW growth.Today,Florida's productionis

Among the citations which comprise 'I a weighty factor in the waging of war.

r the Lesson-Sermon is the following I' Tomorrow will witness further accelerationin
from the Bible: "Thus saith
the expansion of Florida's industry and
the Lord, What Iniquity have your
.1 I agriculture, a development which the
fathers found In me, that they are I.
Seaboard will aid in fullest
I gone far from me, and have walked measure.

I after vanity, and are become vain MWSTJ Seaboard Railway Norfolk 10 Virginia.
Saying to a stock, Thou art my fath I I

I er; and to a stone, Thou hast

"I was just tellin' my brother Fred this against each other, arguing about an issue I brought me forth" Jeremiah 2:8, i

morning Judge..there's never been a time like that. We've got a he-man's job on our 27). vaF
in our lives when we got to live up to that hands to win this war and we can't be I The Lesson-Sermon also Includesthe

old savin! United we stand divided we fall' wasting our minds, our money and our following passage from the C o
more than we have to today." strength fighting about something we 'I Christian Science textbook, "Scienceand jwoAgoP

"How true that Is, Herb. And for the tried for nearly 14 years and found. couldn't Health with Key to the Scriptures" .
life of me, I can't figure out why, at a time work. ,
Baker Eddy: "Divine
by Mary
like this, some folks insist on raising a ques"I say there's a time and a place for ': RAILWAY
Science deals Its chief blow at the
tion like prohibition. I can't imagine anyeverything, and this is no time or place to
thing that would tickle our enemies more be doing any fightin' except the kind that's 1 supposed material foundations of
than to get us folks over here taking sides going to win the war." life and Intelligence, It doom idolatry -

!;. A belief In other god, other i sass
creators and other creation must
Buy mono WAR BONOS
.. _. .. down before Christian Science"p.
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