The Okeechobee news
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Title: The Okeechobee news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The Okeechobee Publishers, Inc.
Place of Publication: Okeechobee Fla
Creation Date: April 7, 1944
Publication Date: -1992
Frequency: triweekly[<1989>-1992]
weekly[ former <1926-1945>]
semiweekly[ former <1981-1983>]
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Okeechobee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Okeechobee County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Okeechobee -- Okeechobee
Coordinates: 27.241667 x -80.833056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 82, no. 91 (Sept. 13, 1992).
General Note: "The voice of the Everglades."
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 6, no. 24 (Jan. 8, 1926).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Volume 29i- Number 42 Okeechobee, Florida, Friday April 7, 1944 Price Five Cents

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News of Our Boys Okeechobee Proposed Airline Will Be Route I County Commissioners Transact Okeechobee Goes Over Top County In Red [J' Old FolksChecks

In Various CampsAt From Tampa to Miami R.I I i Business In Regular Session Last I Cross War Fund Drive ': Will Be Delayed

Lakeland April 6 Charles According to a statement Issued I

Home & AbroadPvt. Bentley has applied to the Civil Monday; Will Repair County JailThe to the News last Friday, March 31, Some This Month

Aeronautics Board for a scrtificate Okeechobee county had oversubscribed

to operate an airline from Tampa their Red Cross War Fund quota -
Denver Johnson, son of :'Irs.'iande
/ Johnson, was here on leave south to St. Petersburg, Sarasota, I Board of County Commissioners Judge March $15.00. approximately 20000. Okeechobee's Because Florida's tax collection

ever the weekend. Venice, Arcadia, and through the of Okeechobee County, Florida, Muson'n lee Delivery, ice coupon quota waa $18.00.Chairman have increased 10 rapidly that un

v e region south of Lake Okeechobee I I met in regular session Monday, books $2.00. 11. H. Raulerson asked expected funds are suddenly I available

Mr. and Mrs J. H. Walker, jr., into West Palm Beach. From West : April 3, 1944, at 10:00: a. m. Pay roll' cemetery work, labor, (Ft. that all workers as well as contribu for Increasing ''many of the assistance

received a letter this week from Palm Beach the proposed route I Present were: Chairman C, E. Drum ), $ |H.BO. tore be thanked for the fine work checks payable to old folks

thuir son Johnnie In which he says would extend to Puhokee, Okeecho Drawdy Commissioners Ernest Hil- Pay roll cemetery work, labor, done In putting Okeechobee over from The State Welfare Fund,

he has been promoted to the rankof bee, and then up the Ridge sectionto hard, R. .E. Bass, B C. Swain and (Evergreen) $283.95. I tho top. there will be a slight delay in the

staff sergeant He states that he Haines ('t it> and back u)> Tampa W. .'. Walker; County Attorney T, Pay roll cemetery work, labor first batch of checks due this

lime only seen David Cassel one time ---V W. Conely, Jr.; Sheriff L. L. Conrad (Baslnger) 20900. Bulter month, State Comptroller J, M. Lee

fine* he was transferred to that sec and Clerk Roy R. Raulerson. State Tuberculosis Sanat, hospGainouH More And states Pointing to the unprecedented

turn He did not say anything In his Welfare Board Will !I Upon motion by Commissioner April $30.00. improvement In the itate'i financial

letter about coming home but from Ililhard, duly seconded by CoinmU- W I.e's Grocery Store, asslg. tenie- Cheese in position Comptroller Lee stated

the general tone It sounds like he Increase Pensions Inner Swain, the minutes of the tery work $24.00. I ProspectNext the State Welfare Board had advised

ight come homu sometime soon. ; meeting held :March 6, 1941, were H. Boras, cutting cemetery stakes him Its forces are rushing work on

S a I rend and approved.The J5.00.: 3 MonthsMore new allocations that will Increase

Staff Sergeant and Mrs. J. W. Old-Age Assistance !! financial statement showing Florida Power & Light Co., dec. hundreds of the welfare assistance

balances as of April 1, 1944, was court house and jail Mar, $17.08. checks during April rather than
Youmani will leave tomorrow to re I!
._ I presented as follows Scharfschwcrdt Bros., supplies butter and American cheese, wait until May to give such Increases .
after -
turn to Tampa spending
State Welfare Comn issioncr, LeI' General Fund .. .... .. $ 8,520.93 cemetery work $7.05 but slightly less meat, are In pros. as are possible
days this week here with .
Youmans parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. land W. Hiatt, has called the attention Fine and Forfeiture Fund 4,109.44 Clnudia A. Conrad, salary jailor pect for civilians during the April- "Consistent with my established

II. Walker, jr. Sgt. Youmans is of the District In Welfare Rond and Bridge, Fund 4,084.34 March 5060. I May-June quarter than during the policy, there will be no delay in

MacDill Board to the expediency of explain- Agricultural Fund! .. ........ 690.15 City of Okeechobee, water court first three months of this year, R. mailing these checks as soon as revised
aerial, gunner instructor at
ing that although additional lacing Mother's Pensions Fund .... 1111 '!ol'a. and jail March. $10.50. P. Howard, area supervisor of the lists are certified by the welfare -
1'ield, Tampa.
S e I revenues have made It possible to Outstanding IndebtednessFund H Io:. WI11U, ie-taking cemeteries War Food Administration's Office board," Comptroller Lee has

increase the average old-age grant .. ..... .. ......... .... 874.41 17875. of Distribution, said this week. i announced In Tallahassee.
Corp. Donnlt Godwin arrived In
from $18.50\ per month to $21.00 per Publicity Fund .................... 2.63 Bessie Alderman, T. C., assig.comi'trry Mr. Howard disclosed that an In making the decision not to
Ukeecliobet Monday from Camp For-
month, this does not mean that all 1930 Tax Adjustments work $150.00. April lug In governmental buyingfor wait a month to start the increased
ie.bt, Tenn., and Is spending this
recipients will get the latter amountor Fund ... ............ .. ...... 9.10 The Humming Bird Prom, printing the armed forces "should result 'I assistance where possible, officials
week here With his father and moth-
the same amount according to Court House Bond l&S marks and! brands books ,an 00. in giving civilians a relatively large I felt that every person on the roll

ci. Corp. Godwin Is with the para. announcement yesterday of E. H. Fund .. ... .... .... 11.22 Mary ,litid' n'ur 'Ichulman: scrv- supply of butter-much larger than would be more than willing to wait

tioopi and took part in tho invasion Hunt, District Board member. The Jail T. W. I&S Fund .... ... .. 3.02 fur rendered In case vi "Oke ('...- last April, for instance, when 80 percent I a few days for the April check, if
( He will leave
of Tunisia and Sicily. explanation, Hiatt had l said, would Race Track Fund .. ............. 83,420.77 vi Certain lai.J. in fl.ee. Co." J 4\: of the month's output was set It would let a great majority get a

tomorrow to return to Camp For. clear up considerable misunderstand. Jail Repair Fund .. ...... 65.83 American Red Cross, donation, ankle for war use." Tho "set aside" larger check one month sooner And

rest e e eMr ing that he has found to exist gen. Court House Repair Fund 21.04 5000. for government purchase in April meantime auditors expect to catch

and Mrs. Austin Pearce received I erally. e 1940 General RefundingFund Raulerson's Dept. Sloro, aialg. is only 10 per cent. up rapidly and anticipate a delay

a letter today from their son "By average clJ-ujfo grant Is meant .. .. .. .. 13,143,97 cemetery work $91.00. The civilian allocation of American only on less than a third of the

Johnnie Pearce who is attending the figure that would be arrived at ,>Vlth-holding Tax Fund 50.80 Okeechobee Hdw. and Ftil'n. Co., (cheddar) cheese during the checks

sound school, in Fishers stand, N. if all the money paid recipients of :I supplies court house ..3G.I second quarter will total 120,000 V

old-age assistance was divided by Total ...... .......... .. .. .. (15,63099( Roy R. Raulerson, recording W. po.unda-10.000OOO pounds a monthmore
Y. stating that .on his final test SPARS Training CenterIn
the number of recipient," Commissioner D. from W. D. Coker to Okoechobet
than for
the six months
last week he made 95. Johnnie's was Reports of Marks and Brands for I West Palm Beach Is
Hiatt had axked the district County $2,20.,
However, Howard said, housewiveswill (
the highest grade out of 300 boys Districts Nos. 1, 2 and 4, were received Roll I Becoming More Famous
board to explain. "As a matter of Pay --Deputy Regis Officers, receive a smaller quantity of
and the highest anybody ever madeIn I
and ordered filed in the office
I fact, the explanation had continued keeping registration $33.00.County othercheeses, such as Swiss, Italian,
that school
e e e I "a good many of the needier of the. Clerk of the Circuit Welfare Board, relief Mar. limburger, etc, than .In the firstgUat4es44,20,000 Florida's only service women's

old-age recipients are now getting Court'. $350.00 ) training center and the nation's
Maiden Malden pounds, compared
Army Air Field, i
of /reclpts and
the n'axlmum grant of $40,00 per Report' expenses Businfrer School Lunch Room. gro. 'with 45,000,000 pounds: only enlisted SPAR training station
Mo.-Completing his AAF basic fly- net Income for 12 months period .
11 onth, while some of the least needy : conies for March $12.EO.\ allocation is becoming more famous daily
Ing trainlng,hsj't .tlyJ week. Aviation 'ases'are r' reCetviiigg f.U.nitD\C8; tbH3 < 1943,. wes. Jre-) -- -HH-hcWijur Tn Fund lax withheld The April-May-June of ,
the minimum of tn-tactaaetentlrgmuaioal-novae
Cadet Connie Warren Raalerun. Tented by L. L. Conrad, Sheriff, and March mcat'fdr civilians will drop 13.00 per month. It is unreasonableto for 1944, 2110. soon to be presented in the nation'sleading
eon of Mrs. C. C. McCain who 4,485,200,000 founds, compared with
' ordered filed in the office of the
Gulf Oil Corp., oil and mineral
suppose that those receiving $40 theaters, has been written
Flu left for 5,091,300,000 pounds In the first
lives at Okeechobee, Clerk of the Circuit Court.
per month would be reduced to $24, release $2.20.Jo"eph about It."Tar. ,
advanced school where he will quarter when livestock marketing
Report of Okeechobeo County Welfare -
or that those receiving $3.00 wouldbe P. Lea, Jr., exp. In case of "
receive further specialized training. Board for month of was at Its peak. About the same and Spars, the Coast
John Nuveen: .
Increased vs Okee. Co. $3 .32.
to $24.00 As the oldage
Mass formation flying, a dance 1944, was received and ordered filed proportions of beef, pork, veal and Guard show glamorizing life at the
Inter County Tel. Tel. Co., telephone -
md formal parade of the entire ca- program Is strictly an asaietance In the office of tho Clerk of the Co. Judge, March $4.10.W. lamb will be available as during tho Palm Beach station and frankly
amount of each
final actlvlt. program first three months. pitched on a recruiting theme, leaves
let detachment were Circuit Court.
D. Coker, land acquired for air
grant must based on the need of
..e.s here for the scores of )'ounguviatora I Upon motion by Commissioner Civilian supplies of evaporatedand Miami next week on a nation-wide
the whom port
to I is
it paid.
for the final condensed milk tour to bring the story of the Sparsto
will remain
now ready Hllliard, seconded by Commissioner H. & \\', B. Drew Co., supplies at
steps that will soon lead to co, :batwings Hiatt called attention to the fact Bass, the Clerk was Instructed to county officials $122.43 the same level as In the January- American women

In the mighty AAF of the that the State Welfare Board had I draw a warrant on the General FundIn I through-March period. A smash-hit world premiere before

nlted I States.Behind previously authorized an Increase in the amount of $2.20. payable to I FIXE AND\ FORFEITURE FUND Among the foods expected to be a niink-and-ermine audience at

the old-age grant, using funds guaranteed Gulf Oil reimbursing Roy R Raulerson, cost bills county Palm Beach's Paramount theater
the graduates were eight the Corporation, in good supply throughout tho second
by the cigarette tax, and I and circuit court $Uli1(),
seeks of intensive flying, training them for oil lease on 22 acresof quarter are potatoes, cabbage, last week officially launched "Tars
..nil ground school study. They spent that it was possible to make a sec land acquired from W. D. Coker, T. W. Conely I Jr.. docket fees for spinach, lettuce and other leafy and Spars" and earned welldeserved

lung hours in cross-country and ond increase only because of an unusually in Sec 4, Twp. 37, Rgo. 35, for air- March* $86.00.G. greens, carrots, beets, citrus fruit, plaudits for the 65 Coast Guardsmen
good racing sea>on. The second C Durrance fees :March
conv. ,
and from reviewers In
right' flying and studied such ground port purposes. canned green and wax beans, tomatoes Spars
school subjects as navigation, meteorology distribution he said would be The board adjourned to reconvene $125.00.L. and a number of other freshvegetables South Florida's leading dailies and
made .In April to all except a few L. Conrad, cost bills Sheriff
engines radio code, and at 1:30: p. m. ; frozen vegetables, shellegll'S trade publications, Including Variety
aircraft recognition. There were al- whose cases have not as yet been I The board reconvened at 1:30: p. March $30499. and fluid milk. The show opened in !Miami

10 frequent sessions on instrument reviewed m. pay roll-witneyes, witness fees In addition to these seasonally- April 5, and after a week's run will
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flying in Link Trainers Raulerson's I Present were! all Commissioners, $12.10. abundant foods, cereals and cereal go. to Jacksonville.

attention to duty, co-ordinating Capt. Colin P. Kelly, County Attorney, Sheriff, Clerk, ROAD & BRIDGE FUND products, such as bread, flour, The recruiting angle Is deliberately

ability, and acquirement of the serl- Jr., Memorial Was City Mayor H. II. Raulerson and 0. K, Garage, repairs county trks. noodles and spaghetti, are expectedto played down. Two short talks

uus technique of flying has played Unveiled Wednesday !! President of the Council S. R. Rnif- 3245. be plentiful through the year, by CBM Victor Mature, a veteran of

,its fair share in setting an enviable snider Bennie's Shop & Supply, repairs Howard IBid.Florida 14 months of sea duty on the North

record for !Maiden Army Air Field. Madison April 6-The Captain Upon motion by CommissionerBass county trucks $5.55. V Atlantic convoy run, and Spar Ar-

The field has been outstanding In Colin P. Kelly, Jr. Memorial was duly seconded by Commissioner Okeechobee Hdw and Furniture Women Can line Pierce (cq), Y2/c, before and

the Flying Training Command in unveiled here Wednesday, April 5, Swain, the estimate of $175.00 for Co., material Diets 3 &' 4, 565. "Mine" Tin For 50 after the show, comprises the en.

having few accidents. with Impressive ceremonies repairs to the county jail, made by R. Upthegrove, road work District Submarines In 1944 tire recruiting theme.

S e e The sculpture, 17 feet in height, W. R. Tomllnson, was approved and No.: 5 $106.30.Alto'l Life at the Palm Beach station

Sgt. R. D. Llghtsey, son of Mr. executed by the noted sculptor, Walter Tomlinson was Instructed to pro Service Station, gas Dist. Tampa, April 6-Florida women has been described in music by Lt.

and Mrs R. T. Lightsey, who Is tank Russell of New York, depicts the ceed as soon as possible. No.2 ..62.Gilbert. can "mine" tin sufficient for 50 Vernon Duke, USCGR (T), with lyrics

commander of a tank of the 894 "Four Freedoms" and was presentedto The following vouchers were approved Culbreth, gas Dist. No. 3 submarines during 1944. and script by Howard. Dietz.

tank destroyer BN, is now fightingon the city by the Women's International I. and ordered paid when funds $3.66.H. These figures were compiled byJ. Gower Champion, Sl/c, formerlywith

the Anilo Beachhead.R. Exposition of Arts and Industries I are available: Boree, lumber Diets, Nos. 3 and A. Stewart, vice-president of the the famous dance team Gower

D. writes home, "things are Beside it stands the statue of GENERAL FUND 4 $94.80. American Can Company, on the basis and Jeanne; Bill Skipper, PhM3/c,

very much alive over here, and I the heroic flier who gave his life to.. G. C. Durrance, salary Acting Scharfschwerdt Broi., supplies of canned foods consumed by Floridians the only male dancer In the famous

have plenty to do since I am on the destroy the Japanese battleship Ha. I Prosecuting Attorney, $74.30.C. Districts Nos. 1, 2, 4 $41.05. during 1943. Broadway hit "Star and Garter;"

Anzio Beachhead The Jerries really runa on December 9, 1941. E. Drawdy, salary county commissioner With-holding Tax Fund, tax withheld Civilians in the state used In Edwin Clay, Sl/c, formerly of the

like to argue at us but we argue Governor Holland was honorary March, $74.30. for March 1944 $1.70.AGRICULTURAL round figures 156 million cans of "Oklahoma" cast; and other former

right back at them. The Tiger tanks chairman of the state-wide dedication Ernest Hilliard, salary county commissioner FUNDC. food during 1943, Mr. Stewart said, professionals are featured. The

are not so Invincible, we know, because committee, and Mrs Holland March $7430. Coast' Guard Invaders orchestra
the tin reclaimable from these
A. Fulford, salary county agent pure
we have made some nice fires was honorary chairman of the Wo B. C. Swain, salary county commisn March $98.30.J. cans amounting to 312 thousand! veterans of three major invasions-

of some of them. We have had a men's Committee n sinner March $74.30. North Africa, Sicily and Salerno-
pounds. According to table ftr t'n
S. Underhill, recording fees for a
I R. E. Bass, salary county commls.March
few tank battles and have
some --v March $3000.Wlthholding. used In war Items recently released as fighting Coast Guardsmen, provides
tanks to our credit, but can't state stoner 7430. musical for the
I' Tax Fund tax with. from Washington, he said, 6,200
how many We ore very proud of W. F. Walker, salary county commissioner entire performance. The show was
Will purchase quantity gar pounds of tin Into
any March H.30, held for March 1944 $\\.70. pure go every
the part we have played. It shows scales, fish wales, pandamus or $ RACE TRACK FUND submarine directed by Max Liebman, MGM ace,
Jerries tanks be I Roy R. Raulerson, salary Clerk .
the Tiger can I who returned to Hollywood from
I lauhala brown leaves for handbags General Fund, transfer $8,562.25. Meanwhile the armed foces consumed
knocked out. Durward has been In i Writ full particulars and san.plet If $147.10. Fine & Forfeiture Fund, transfer approximately three billion Palm Beach.
T. W. Conely, Jr., salary County
foreign service since August, 1941. '
possible Immediate apply. Tropical $1,100.00, Cane of food during 1913 and needs From Jacksonville, the show is
Ha first sent to England, then Judge, March 11270.
was Importing Company, 5851 N.W. 17th Agricultural Fund, transfer $300. for the current year are expected to expected to play In Philadelphia,
from there to then T. W. Conely, Jr., salary County
to Africa, Sicily
I Avenue Miami 38, Florida, 3to t 1940 GENERAL REFUNDING FUND rise to three and a quarter billion Washington, New York, and other
back to Africa, then to Italy." -_ 4'--- Attorney 5000. he said He that l lirgt cites over the nation. Lieut.
S e e i I Bessie Alderman, salary Tax Collector Okeechobee County Bank, New cans, pointed out
P..T. A. WILL HOLD IIEETI'lGWEO. : I Special Easter Service March $119.80. York Exchange to Mfg. Trust Co. with greatly Increased nuirber of (Jg) E'mer P. Cco'k, Jr., Is commanding

of 1940( Gen. Ref. the armed forces in overseas duty, officer Lieut (jg) Dorothy
AT !SCHOOL LIBR\RY At Methodist ChurchA Robert La Martin, salary Tax Assessor for payment
Bonds $2,627.70.Editor n"ore canned foods will be needed Gillam Is production manager.
March $122.70.J.
I ; V because the can has proved the most --Tr. .-
The Parent Teachers Association contain entitled "The Exalted L. Chandler,* salary Janitor,
A. E. Bussey and Col. Willie practical container for shipment of LOST: Green Parker Fountain
will meet Wednesday afternoon at Christ, will be:1\ ven by the Junior March, $AS 80.

3:30: In the School L brary. All parents I Choir of the Method'st' Church Sunday W, B. Hargraves, salary Super- Sherrill, candidate for CongressIn foods abroad. Pen. | $3.00 reward. Lost between

are urged to attend this meeting afternoon at five o'clock. The visor Registration! March, $40.00. the Sixth District, of Palm Beach V town and the school Return to

public Is Invited to attend. T, W Conely, Jr., salary Juvenll were visitors here yesterday. News ads are profitable Mrs. Margaret, Parker Frisk
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Advertisements :I I aw:..:tas: : y.aavs'o-aa ooaood I r KEEP ON

QfhcCdfl1hCC) :Ncfuz Legal I Support Pledges I <-->.>-oo:..:..>-:-. ,..;..:..: : :... ati you a

okechobee Gilbert Theatre
1'ho iiBKOKumont of cold property unlir Gratify Sherrill
Published Ever Miday by theOkeechC Kald rertlfli'nte miod l naa lo the

>bee News Oo. at Okeecho- "ntnn of Dnvld Boer Oke hotxe
I nl.Hif auld Ortlfli-ate ahnll ho reiliHnivd -
!bee, Okeechobee County, Florid aocordlng to law property do- WITH WAR BONDS
sullied then-Ill shall be cull to the I West Palm Beach Fla., April 3-
Sunday & Monday
BRYANT BOWDEN .._...... Editor bliiheat blddi.r nt the Conrthmiae door Publicity headquarters for the
nn the flout Moinlnv In the month of''
May. 1(H. which la the Jet day of I Shorrill-for-Congree, campaign .n.1

July Entered 1, 1914 as, at second the Poet class Office matter In Mnv. 11H4Dnteil thla. 2tth\ day of Marsh. 11144., I flounce widespread activity by I Bob Hope Betty Hutton Rom where I sit..fy Joe Marsh
SEAL: ) U BAl'LnilSON I friends of Candidate Willis Sherrill
l lurk IN"Let's -
Okeechobee, Florid, under the Circuit Court nfOkeerhohto -
Florldnw I throughout counties of the
County I many
Act of March 8, -inNOTHK Face It"I Ry
Sixth Congressional District as the I
; "Praise the Lord
campaign gradually warms
RATE: OF ,\I'I'llr \TIO-i: I ORT up. -Al.o-

One year In advance ._.._.. ..... $3.00 .\\ I......> Fine results begin to show from POPEYE CARTOON

Six months In advance .......... 1.00 Notice In Lawa heri-bv of given 10.11 (but Mrt. this activity, In the way of mora /MARCH OF TIME I ,;: We Ain't Again'Fishin"1.Willie

Three months In advance ........ .'75 Katlii-rlne handler, holder of 'lax and more pledges of support for the
Ci-rtlflmtc No. ln., l 1.111.| the 7th davof LATE NEWSWednesday
,July A. II. 1IH1 hna (hid coma In Sherrill candidacy being received Wells was always fond of much-the sweet feel of a trout
: for a
Legal Advertisements my'lax offli'e Dt-pd tn hum be made Inatu-d appllcatlnn thereon Said daily at headquarters, while friends fishing. Now he writes from rod. a pleasant glass of beer

Cortlflrnta)properly emhrarca lu Iho the follnwlnn('oil my demTllioil nftlkooohnliiH. travelling through the district like. Only somewhere overseas: with friends the smell of'There's .

DEPARTMENT .. State of Horliln.' tii.nlt : wile return with news of expanding Mom's fresh baking from the
lot 4. Block Y, South Okeei hobeo. a song the fellers
OF FIORIDA sentiment for Mr Sherrill.
kitchen. .
of cold! nnilir Robert
1 hi nMti'HNini-iit prnpt-itv Taylor"BA'TAAN"
No. 415OFFirK sing, goes: Praise the Lord, WI
Vrllflonli' Imiiied won In Hit' Wherever in
mild Mr. Sherrill
OF ( OMPTROT.I.FRT4I.LAIIAaaFE, FLORIDA name nf 1'nknown appears ain't a-goin' flshln'-and I guess From where I sit, WI folks at
I'liloai acid t't-rtlflcate ahall be reiloomoil person he is being most cordially
Wherens bv sntliifnrtorv TldencrrcionlPd de- It's so.! But yon know, dad, some. home have an important oUlga
to I the underdgned It hMbeon ( aiinrillnu In Inn. pnipfrty received, with expressions of accord laUot the >>uJ.
lint n hnnklnjrompnnv I rlln-d tliondn .h,11 bi aolil to tbeMihei times I sure wish I were back keep
met under to 111'1'01.the| nnmr. of the t firm bill-' flll"I'II"ui thecurd the nrCo innnih. douron of with his platform principles and objectives Also fishing for trout la tie <'ard'e things that they look forward

THOHFP OKEEfllOllKE! roT'Xrv: FLORIDA B\VK OKttJ'1 Slay, 1IMI.! whlih U llnl t day! nfMiv and with voluntary offersto CARTOONBINGO I Creek again. to...from thatrontrod waitlac

nnliwil under the lnwe of 1944 distribute his campaign literatureand In the corner to the bees that's
thi :'liar dnv of Munli. 11)44.\
with nil Hieprovlnlons Dnlo.l And I that's the an
boa required rnmpllml tn InmnplliMl. with hr the (MEA1dROY further the progress of his campaign NIGHT I guess way cooling hi the k* box. :Posit
Lnn. of Ihc Stite of Florida H R.\I Ll'EItSON. our soldiers feel They're fighting .
Funking in other ?
of ways. you agree u.
Clerk rircnlt Court Grand
"hnll hi nnthorUedIn $50.00
war-and to
before I rnmpnnf a they mean
Okvorhnbw Count. Florldn4i "
riimmenri' thihimliiMS of HankingNow taut week Mr. Sherrill visited I "
: fherpfnn- .T M I EE. rump -"it fight It to a finish-till they can y.' t1
fnillcr nt the dtiitn "f Flnrliln liv virtue counties along the Atlantic seaboard Attractions come home to the little pleasures 0 .Ip' 80e .11
of the' niitlmrlty vpst<> .
Mention 4111 or HIP, Ui-vlwil OneralRtntntra ....1.1. ""011''N I.\\ I II that they've missed so
nf Florliln wrMfthnt tinOKKKciinnKK In (',,".1 of oiinty dodge, week he is visiting In central parts I
: roi':XTBVNK ofOkeerhohpe I Mate of HorlduiIN of the district and touch "DIXIE"-Blng Crosby
some i
III I Ih. 1 rnmilv nf Okeo I I: UK HN1: '.\l'B OF may A'o. 81 of a Series c.pyrlthl.1944. &ess j InJutry Fe-defies
holm and lln Mali"f' Florliln I..u'ohll IVurre. lleli-n onli.Kliluiril western areas before the end of the "SO PROUDLY WE II.UL"
aiitlinrl7ft| to rointnonri tho 1'1 Sonia, and Itt 'm"nit Yontx, I'aulette I
of Pnuklnit under tho name Mlnorii, Oki-ei.hobet* (want,. week. Goddard, Claudette Colbert -- -- -- -.---
pl\en wllh n i-nvltnl ulncV of '''' Niitln: U hrrt tiiflvcn to all vhnin. At an indication of the work be. "S.t1IARA"-Humphrey Bogart I
Five Thousand Dollars I It uininTiicrn. (tint Idiiontx 11
Given under niv hand fluid ecAt ifofflie I \'111<' ii_ iiiniiillan' nl l.iinni \'niitr.Pi'ime Inlr done by some of his supporters, "WHAT A WOMAN- ,
fide tvpntMh day of Nnvomher IIoliMinntx. Ith'hnr,1'ont.tnnd
A n, Ono Thninnml :Mn linnfntiptrtllir lii\nninil' \ milmliinrn. nlll nn hie publicity manager reports that Rosalind Russell i! GOVERNORFarmer
01.,1 .'o"y.1'h..f''FALI the Mh dlnf Mm'. .\ 1). 11)44. opph one person alone has mailed out Beginning Tuesday, April 18th, j ;
\I. T.F.F. I
/! .T. to l In- llniinrnhli-. W. Conelv: Jr..
u"itt, of rinrldn i'niiiit.Indifi. .,. III mid, I fur soil (1011111" some three thousand pieces of literature thereafter 'We will\ open the .r, e a e
14-* tN'OT1E nt hl. .fflif In okei-chobi-c tn said rh WI
Theater :
In Mr. Shcrrill's Interest to on Taenday only
'. n'llink
l niiiiM nt In:m) x. ni or na Blacksmith
OF TFXTION TO ARIL anon tbT'-nfti-r na HIP mutter can be more than one thousand persons will be Bingo night and will\ I j -
LAND Purl, for iniihnrlly lo Hell, lit imlillcor I
NOTICE M! 1I.III'IITHVF.S: ; that private aulc, the Interest of iialiltnlnura throughout the district during tho run another picture on Wednesday Teacher Legislator
purmmnt to )Spi-tlon 10tl I). Chapter hi the fidl<.iv.liitf ilcHcrlbed( rent
2l''ol BW. Lowe nf rinrldn. Art of 1041 relate. In enid County. to-wIt\ : past few days. and Thursday, I Judge Congressman
and l !Sertlon 07, Phnpler 14717 Lnws nfKlnrldn Lot I nf Blni'k "B" of Wrltfhl'KSooonil Mr Sherrill says "I am truly S 1 e
Arm of Vl.ll.' : AI amended hv Aililltlnii In. the city of + ? +H r+?? ->??++ ->?++
Mutton! 11 Chapter 2iW, law. of Okrm.hliiiaccording. to pint of grateful for the kind support being #.:.+.:. ..+-:.-:,.:. ..:.-:,.:..:..:..:..:..:.,:. ..:..>.; I ,1. He has a broad under
.'Iorl,"', AcH of 1(141. the fr.llowlngd.'KjrlheiJ ."hl,101111"11 filed! In the office -- --
Innil In Okeei hnbee County tendered to me throughout the district of Florida's
if the Clerk of (the circuit Court WANTED ; standing wart'
Klorlda to wit : of okin hidiiiCIIIIIKV.. Florida ; and I wish those who supportme i
LoU 7 and 1'. Klk 7. Ilallroad Adilltlon Wbl'h nplillilltbni nlll be homed neon TRAINMEN AND SWITCHMEN: and post-war problems.
the prtlllnu, for. Hull now on file Innlil to know that I shall honor their
Lots 1 In 4 Ins (IlkII and t.oli 1 Court, Apply in person or by letter to S e
... I faith and confidence by doing the
and I a. I'.lk s. \\ rltrlit hi.1. Duet, MTll lib A. U. 1041
Lou 11 and 1:. IMk II, Wright and IDA ,ONF/ BKVII.LE best job for them of which I am Trainmaster's office, Florida East FOR UNITY IN
HUM sDLila I liiiardlan Coast Railway at Miami I
4. fl. 7 H mid 10 elk JH rinf 4J-4I, capable, If nominated and elect..dcong.uem.n or New FLORIDA
kpTbnhoe Smyina Beach which Is
District ever most e'aft
All Blocks 1 10 :20 Inc !Mmes I'nrk for the Sixth e e
s.n I ThIs U a family war. Pat V convenient, but do not apply by OF BY
Lot 1J: Klk e. Itiillrunddilltlon' telephone. If GOVERNMENT ,
through you apply by letter .
Lou 1 to 11 Inr Blk C and Lota 1 yourWatBondbUYing .
to 15 ono Blk I'. Lnwrrai'p Indii'lrlulVI \ I the payroll livings plan on afamily 1 I state ago( present employment and AND FOR THE PEOPLE
) nf. Hint hurt i'f :(';, Mnff S cot I t
KW & N llv. Sir 17 Twp 17. KmW" plan, which means figure ALSTONCOCKRELL physical condition. Not necessary to
l.otn I'l! and HO lllk I II. \\'right ninl I It out yourself. have hail previous' railroad expert.ence I

line iota S aj D, 21 nnd !24.! lllk K Wrlgln' I There is no ago limit for experienced WITH YOUYOU
Lot n. Blk 10. Unllronil Addition REELECTWa railroad men provided
Lot 7. Blk e Itnilrnml. Ail.HI loll they I
I.nil 2. .1 cod 4. Ilk h. IlallruHil: Ad U.S. SENATORCandidate j i ruin quality otherwise
ill I Inn B. (BABE) _
Loin 1 anil 2. Ink I'\ \Vrlulil nndBniia I
I I..t S-D 1 Blk n. Itnllrimil AililltlniiLilt
) U to 1.' Imo I Blk D. Unllrnad Ad. \ DOUGLASSAS A"R"E I
dll tan For Sheriff EN'"A""R"'E"A"'L" CONGRESSMAN
I 1..1 *. ink II. 1I1111."delelltlon \1
Lot 2.Ilk 4, Siinllii-rii Vixen Add
Inu' U, 7. N. I). 11 and 1.. Blk A. '.,.,'W'.-. ,,-.,.,,w'f ,.ON';"<,..,,,,.... ,"'......."""""' .,,. ... jI
\\rlirht ninl II i>a tt D $-,' <1
Los e, nili n. Wilffnt A, limn M D. Railroad'Commissioner 't .
Lot 3.Ilk 41. <'ll\'' of oki-ei'hnhpi.Lull ; 1
3 and, 4.Ilk 1. Ilnllr: "aildij A Partial Outline of? What Mr. Sherrill Advocates
lot If. Blk 4. S'Uillioni. I'ln.'B \.l.l I
Lot JH. lllk I. ){II.. v DWill ./1 "
lio offered for a.lie ."it i ''"li WINNING THE WAR
""I"." for the hluli"'.t ond I'-" i lab l, I

uf hid.('mnnilimluni-ni iiilijnrt tn the.of right Ivrrglul.i>r 'tin-' l III n ill.ird. i : 1 1I i ia He will actively support our Commancler in-Chief and help win

age IHntrli-t' In reji-cl 1 mi> mil 1 >11 early decisive victory.
tilde nt the I'oil rthnnwa. 1 I" irlm I lug, .t: I
10 'mi oVIiii'k' A M. ,>n tin, 17Hi. ln< ifApril. WINNING PERMANENT PEACE ,
f.n .bit
1'Ut Ell.i'lni'iir ucngl
will nnd be riiliimiitlim nmrreil.ruuii mid mini imrpiai-i- I v y4u' i iI To the end that our loved ones shall not have fought in vain orgo

OF 'fI'I"IIlIfSFn! : I to war again.
OF F.\'tIWI.\IIE" (?'H.\I'\1 I
RU.iv: It. lunleraniirlcrk t ,
of nf okeech'ili'i lie t'lr., nit(" ruin"111 v.. I Ilexy ) He will work to give them complete modern hospitalization, op.

.PliirLU UmirilHv nx iij"nl( fur. mild "., J tional vocational training, generous pensions for the disabled,

Diipliranln PPnae. 11"1"\' lurk A4 and real jobs for all able to \vnrk.

9-3t I PROVIDING l : *?
7.7-; #
IN f IT IOIRT. M>TII .M'1)1.
rill ohrM llltltM-: : (01 NTV
1"1'1111"111': It <110' AI MIM< ' .
III. n ifrtlilc had' cori'or.ift. IX of. 'Ihi mull< Soltloli IKItiitlun 1 7 the aged, the disabled, and widows with dependent children. I II
of tin. Sint.' ..f riorliln. rm.
hut' "11 hi hnlf nf liKFI':<'IInItFF l f I
('OI'X'1'.LCI 11111.\. I'etltlsou VOTE FOR :

'I PIIReaTATR: < >It" t"I.OIIIP.II i E. \DGETT \
'*""'""" <'I1I..
1I I.F. (II'I'll LET'S CO-OPERATE WILLISRepresentative
TIM; SFMB' OP FI!.i,inn\
Till: bEh'EItT.: I'IWI'fIIT1' OWNliriiKin ; 'It' the watchword of the nationIt I
F.1e" TIXI'1KRa. \1'11.\111 .A\D II
: << IH\IM. on f1.AiHINltANY has served! all generationsIt I
IIK.IIT. II-n..Kill: IMTItr.XI: : Continue to profit from the will stir a denominationThis :

IN' 'I 1"'III'I.ItTTn.III: l 1"1'1: : 1TII.UK\ IIKC1HiItV .: M'I'.A1'EDnlltD : ..en Ie.. of a public servant of big word COOPERATION : SHERRILL

!NIK! : ST\IP.UK:: ..tI11IINIM'l'Itt'1'tu\Ill'I : FLORIDA| |;: ,: FOR: I proven alillKj, experience, Integrity I
and desire to be of "It will lift from lowly stationsIt
ANI ON J1\II.\lY: IIP OKI.I:( IltlBKKrm.'MV : a I
: plnltllinplUKHiiMx* fellow floods the pools of foul stagna
1I.InfS.H"Tt:1I' MnltF I'AltTICr. M-rtlre\ to the public and his

IAIII.V IH-SI'muni: nit, n HK. AFFF'"rlle. .. cltlens. His declalone have tion, In Congress
l\ \NV W'.1\' 'IHRItF.BY
The Slate nf. Hurl.In. Ihr.mirh thn been baaed upon evidence and he It lifts the cloud of desperationThis ,

SlnliAttnnii'V I'lriMill or. .the Stiitu i>.r thi nf Ninth Klorlilu'InilUlnl unit will continue to follow that strong word-COOPERATION. In May 2nd Democratic Primary t

the several |iri)|"'rty nvncru. III: X|>n\ policy, :
era sit tactic and, nthiT hurl ng o. I MAINTAINING THE AMERICAN WAY OF LIFE
liilmliiK our rlirlit. tlili' nr. tutored In 'Political advertisement paid for

,prol. Ihi arty rofiuiillntr to he ntfei'ti'il hnmu t litlu h.r.hlllfl"rIIl1'lItllll.I. > iHmiaminf by friends of Mr. Douglans) Advertise in The News. He advocates abolishment of the 'isms' forced upon us during the -

fwti-il iheri'liv.. 'or tn nhnll lie he In. our mid way HIH\ onhcnliv. af .- World War and a speedy return to government by the people for

n |iilr<>il to ngivi'iir, liefnri-. thin .
Court nt the Court ll"un> In Titus .
III.'. Klorlilii on the 'Ith ,lay nf I GIV'NG EQUAL RIGHTS TO WOMEN
Mii'll WHo nt ten mlink! In the f......

of noon the and I'ctltlon chow fllml entice In why the the above prayers en SHOP AT : He will actively support legislation to give women equal rights

tltli'il |>ioiri>illiit| should not he grunt I with men.
oil,I. ninl the bonds therein tlnicrlhriliiinl
the pron-eillnizs heretofore hail' i HELPING LABOR
,miihorMiiK the lmuimri thereof nfrnllilnleil
and rnnflrmed in In said i Mr. Sherrill is a friend of labor, and believes that organized labor

of nf I'ptltlon riiiiillnir AiliulnlHirntlnn prayed, hands mold of nf honda the thiState State consisting Board of Denmark Furniture Co I has vastly benefitted all classes of "labor. I

Horlila. for end on behalf of Oki erhohei AIDING AGRICULTURE ; -
nm* c'oiintv of *N,<)0.Klorliln.Offl. tinted In the ..if.nt.. lie will support Federal Aid for research experiments to discover -

:licHrlnff: : ::: 1 Intc'rest when sold at the at par lowest or rate at throe ohiiilnnt.il. new crops and new uses means and methods for old crops;
nor rent per annum when anlil tn the
Mirlient, and lust bidder, parable' ii'inl.nnnnnllv to fully develop our vast natural resources of climate, sea, lake,

"-Ki hiHi. find incliiNlvi'IIIImh.pd u morn from unrilcntnrili'Hi'rtptlon t tn I and land ; removal of sugar quotas and other unreasonable restrictions I

I roiuninpil of In which the Petition rpfiiiulliiu heron honilsI ; ample tariff protection for Florida farmers and products ;

vllle.lIoA':flnrliln.. 1.this nnPFRFD llih dev al'lIna.of March- LOCATION I against ruinous foreign competition ; and equalization of I II

1IM4. ter( ) c1Itcri'rl dCpGE I freight rates to promote industrial employment and development. t

4i -at MARKHAM BUILDING I A more comprehensive outline of Mr. Sherrill's platform principles not '

NOTICE APrt.ir\TIO\TAX DFtn FOR possible to note hereon, may be obt "ined by writing :

In hereby Lowe of given 11)311Xollin that Koiro Across Park From BankJ. SHERiLl wAn: ""A TFRS. P. O. Box 2585 I i

T Markham' and W. Allen Markham. .
holders nf Tax Certificate No liM.lmni West Pain Ranch" Florida
"il the Sib dev of Keptcmher. A.O .
? eeeee .MHE --
Ifl''T: hive filed chub In mv officehave :
made application for a Tan Deed WILL JUST'Pv vnno J:'A..JTH AND TRUST IN HIMPACE
tn h" IMIKIII ..h..ponCI.I\ ) rertlflestoembrnecs E.
the Mowing rti-scrlhi-d pronertv CONE Agent 0I
In the Tountv of Okeechnbee.Ptnte .
of .wlf ..,. '
Florida to : 'If'f' a
Lull 11 aDd 12, Block lei, City of I .

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POLITICALANNOUNCEMENT candidate for ,re-election at Representative -i FOR SHERIFF OF OKEECHOBEE candidate for member of the School FOR COUNTY: COMMISSIONER: | FOR COUNTY: COMMISSIONERDISTRICT:

In the Florida Legislature ) COUNTY ]Board from District No. 2 nor Okee- !, DISTRICT No. 2 : No. 5

for Okeechobee County In the com I hereby announce that 1 am a chobee County In the Democratic I I wish to announce that 1 a. a I hereby announce that I am a

i candidate for the office of sheriff 1 Primary to be hold May 2. candidate to succeed myself as a candidate for the office of County

ing primary election. Your continued of Okeechobee County In the Demo I am now serving my second term 'member of the Board of County Commissioner from, District No. 5

: support will. be appreciated.W. cratic Primary to be held May 2. i as a member of the City Council, !Commissioner of Okeechobee County I for Okevchobce County subject to

FOR RE-ELECTION: TO OFFICE OF J. (BILL) HENDRY I Your vote and support will be ppredated. also my second term as a memberof | from District No.2 subject to the ,the voters In the Democratic Prl.i .

SUPERVISOR OF REGISTRATION: ( i the Board of Trustees for this I will of the voters of Okeechobee i mary May 2. I w.ll\ appreciate your

This Is to announce that I am i N. O. STEWART i school district and I feel that the :County In the Democratic PrimaryIn vote and IUppO..t.I .

candidate for re-clcctlon to the Office FOR REPRESENTATIVE: : IN: THE I experience I have gained from these May. I will appreciate the vote I O. J. CHAPMAN:

of Supervisor of Registration LEGISLATUREI FOR SHERIFF OF OKEECHOBEE ]positions will be of much benefit, to 'and s" pport of everyone.

subject to the First Primary May h r.'with announce my candl- COUNTY i me In serving as School Board memo W. F. WALKER I Flit COUNTY' I'ItOSF-.CUll\G:

2, 1944. If re-elected I will try to I am a candidate for reelection 'o I ber. I will appreciate your vote and ATTORNEYI
sty for ,'('mb r of the State Leglsmure -
give you the lawful service in I the offioo of Sheriff of Okeechob4dii support. FOR COl"'I1TCOmUSSIONER: I
fro Okeechobi'e County, I' wish to announce my candidacy
have tried In the past. Thanking County subject to the voter In thi', J. M. ROE, SR. DISTRICT No. SI i
State of Florida, subject to tho will for election to the office of County
for vote and Democratic j I 1 Lake this opportunity to announce
you your lupport. Primary May 2. Yuur .
of the people In the Democratic primary I T'nxucuting/ Attorney. Details of thecircumstances
W. B. HARGRAVEFOR continued vote and support w.ll be FOR TAX ASSESSORI I that I am a candidate for reelection
of May 2, 1911. under which I qualified
appreciated. i take this opportunity to announce to the office of County
REPRESENTATIVE: IN THE Your for this office are too long to
vote and will be ,
support appreciated.
Tomn litsloncr for Okocchobce County
L. L. CONRAD. that I am a candidate for
LEGISLATUREI I be included In this announcement
re-election to the office of Tax from District No. 3 In the Demo
wish to announce that I am a PHIL Y. CASONELECT : I Ihut will bo published In a separate
held 2. I
-.--.-.. -- FOR SHERIFF OF OKEECHOBEE Assessor subject to the May pri cratic Primary to be May atticlo later.If .
| will appreciate your continued vote I
COUNTYI elected to this office I will endeavor -
wish to I Your vote and support will be ap 'and support.
announce am a i to justify the confidence you
candidate for the office of sheriff preciated. place In me.

of Okeechobee County In the Demo ROBERT LA MARTIN FOR COINTY COMMISSIONER I I Your vote and support will be

I cratic Primary election to be held In | appreciated.MARY .
May 1011 I served ai State Game SANDERFUR SCHULMAN
OKEECHOBEE COUNTYI I take this opportunity to announce I
I Warden for eleven years and fuel
candidate for
that I
am a
candidate Tax Assessorof
that I am a for
gained that will
experience Okeechobee County subject to tho the office of County Commissioner I FOR CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT
greatly benefit me in the Iheriff'sortlce.
from District No. 3 for Okeechobee COURTI
will of the In the Dell'.lIeraticPri
I solicit vote and I
e mary May 2. If elected I will County In the Democratic Primary I I hereby announce my candidacy
port In the coming primary and If
CONFESS faithfully perform the duties of that 1 May 2. I will appreciate your vote 1! for reelection as Clerk of the Cir.
jlectod to this Important office I
office. Your influence, vote anj and support. F. M. MOBLEY cult Court of Okeechobee County
-NEW SIXTH DISTSICT will serve the people of th Countyto sup 1
will be I ; subject to the Democratic Primary
port greatly appreciated.W.
the best of my ability.R. i
DISTRICT No. 4 and nupport.


FOR SHERIFF OF OKEECHOBEE OKEECHOBEE COUNTYI \ candidate for the office of County -

SUCCESSFUL COUNTYI take this opportunity to announce Commissioner from District No. 4 I roil COUNTY JUDGE OF .-

take this opportunity to announce that I am a candidate for re-election for Okeechobee County subject to OKEECHOBEE COUNTYI

IN THE CONDUCT OF that I am a candidate for to the office of Tax Collector subject the Democratic Primary May 2. I I hereby announce that I am a

the office Of sheriff of Okeechobee I to the May Primary. will: \ appreciate the vote and support candidate for the office of County

His Own Business County in the Democratic Primary I Your vote and support will be ap of everyone. Judge of Okeechobce County In the

to be held In May. I will appreciateyour I predated. GILBERT CULBRETH.FOR Democratic Primary May 2. If

n rwrs a residual Vitally htor..to4 Adv.eats el ('** vote and support. BESSIE ALDERMAN: nominate and elected I will serve
-y' sW I si the ........p meat sw .rQ. Add WaMtr MORISE THOMAS COUNTY COMMISSIONER the people to the best ef ability.I .
at ...... lf1.rl1. P'K r ,s I. loaU p7.s. my
1e.1Ia l1.rkIa Ida FOR COUNTY: COMMISSIONER: DISTRICT No. 4 I \ appreciate your vote and sup-

(Paid PoUtlcal A4O FOR SHERIFF OF OKEECHOBEE DISTRICT No. 1 I take this opportunity to announce .I pert. P. P. EVANS

COUNTYI : I wish to announce that I am a that I am a candidate for reelection
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take this opportunity to announce candidate for election to the office as a member of the Board FOR COUNTY JUDGEI

that I am a candidate for the of I County Commissioner from of County Commissioners from I hereby announce my candidacy

A Man On Tarawa office of Sheriff of Okeechobee District No. 1 for Okeechobee County County Commissioners District :No. for re-election to the office of County
In the |I
4 of Okeechobee County
County subject to the will of the In the Democratic Prii .ary Mny Judge of Okeechobee Co. and it

voters In the Democratic Primary 2. I will appreciate the vote and Democratic Primaries In May. I willi| non.lnated In the Democratic Prl-
1 Looks to You and of '
the vote
support of Appreciate support in and elected In the
!May 2. I will appreciate the vote everyone r.ar ei May
and support of the people of the B. C. SWAIN: the people of the county. General Election In November ef this

qfl,, To protect HIS future by Insuring county. I C. E. DRAWDY jour, I pledge continued honest,
4 capable, honest FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER: : j
govern I J. A. ABNEY faithful! and loyal service to the tax-
ment at home. Sen. Ernest R. DISTRICT No. 1 FOR COUNTY: COMMISSIONER: :
Graham veteran I payers and cltlxrns and will give
war farmer,
I wish to announce to the people) DISTRICT No. Sa I
business man, hat PROVEN he FOR SHERIFF OF OKEECHOBEE I J continual; fair and Impartial decisionsI
,. know .thl.plan for prosperity COUNTYI i of Okeechobee County that I am I wish to announce that I am ar j I t"e trial of all matters coming
for ALL post war Florida. candidate for County Commission candidate for reelection a* County 1]
hereby announce my candidacy I before me. I respectfully solicit the
In District No.1. subject to the> Commissioner from District No. 51f
for the office of sheriff of Okeecho. I I ..'pport and vote of the voters of
ELECT ERNEST R. bee County In the Democratic Fri. i I Democratic Primary May 2. Youi for Okeechobee County In the Demo- I j Okeechobee County.
vote and) support will be appreciate erotic Primary May 2. I will ap-
2. I have served the COMELY, JR.
ary May people I T. V7. <
GRAHAMGOVERNOR ed. continued vote and i l >
of Okeechobee as Chief of Police predate your .. .
L. K. LEEr '
six and foci that with the experience suppoit
years '
gained In that branch of
law enforcement work I will be In
:No. 1 FOIL COUNTY COMMISSIONER! i* to advise[ that my husband
(PaId Political AaV) a better position to give them good
I hereby announce that I am i a DISTRICT No. 5 Paul Wongrey, is a candidate for reelection
| service as sheriff I will appreciate
a candidate for County Comminslone r I 'vUh to announce that I am a to the office of County
vour vote and support.
IImXIrnTOfOpmg'l1r1r.i1tjifXJIIJ.X! : !: !: g I R. C. EVANS from District No. 1 for Ok eehobelCounty ,nndlilat for the office of County Prosecuting Attorney. lie la unable.

subjoit to thu Dcf.,ocrr.t!,c ". '::1. Vnjvr f 'o1" District' No. 1e B to promote his candidacy due to art

Primary May 2. I will appreciate th, .'nr Okeechoboe County subject tot Army Regulation. However, I hope
i \"':," "t() ":"" ORDER COSTS INCREASED FOR SHERIFF COUNTYI OF: OKEECHOBEE vote and support of the peoplo o I the DomoeraHe Primary May 2. I that the people of this county will

Okeechobeo Ovirtv. 'vl" nppri'c'atv your vote and up- lee fit to re-elect him to this o"f'e..


I of Okeechobee County that I am a ..- .- port -_. -. -. -. -----
I candidate for Sheriff of Okeechobee

County subject to the Democratic I DIGNITY DISTINCTION DEMOCRACY

I Primary May 2, and as I have had
past experience In the Sheriff's office

I assure the people that I will In His Platform .
i i render the best service possible as

..' "Special Checking! Account" checks have long ;1 your an officer vote and of the support.peace. I solicit Judge J. Ollie EDMUNDS

been a most economical method of paying bills ;=: HORACE J. KING

:1 and transferring money. With government increasing t>< FOR SUPERINTENDENT: : OF Makes Only One Promise :

i2 PUBLIC : ,
money order costs 66 2-3% "Special :
take this opportunity to announce

e Checking Account" checks at the same low cost fiI that I am a candidate for Superintendent ; "To be guided solely by what I believe to be for the best interest ,

I save you more than ever before. Compare the ,u of Public Instruction for of my country and my state. To act as my conscience dictates
Okeechobee County In the Democratic
h. tables below: .- +X Primary In May. and not from motives of selfishness, personal profit or prestige.To .

I : 4mouut Your vote and support will be ap serve as best I know how from motives inspired by the
\ flu. Pest Jew; f'e.t ('oat .r. h..kit"un \oioaitof
; < Money Dr ttrdrr I-r: Dr tinder 1loney "I..t'Id. ..dried'CJ"'kl,,.. eIs\nuUriirr preciated CARL T. DURRANCEFOR great Christian principles which led to establishment of this I

t' .01c 2.S0 6. 10c 3 1-3. I nation and which must be preserved if tills nation is to sun he." //1'1,

.' 2.31 UO 8c He : 7 1-3e ,
b 5.01 10.00 lie 1ge Only II 2.3e Each 12 I3c4t PUBLIC INSTRUCTIONThis

10.01 20.00 13e 22c 13 1.3c Is to announce that I am a JUDGE J. OLLIE EDMUNDS Hill serve his
20.01. .10.00 15. 2Sc REGARDLESS 111 1.3.t '"
candidate for re-election to the office state with dignity. He will earn the respect 1"

,, 40.01 60.00 tile 30e 23 1-3c of Superintendent of Public Instruction of his colleague in Washington by sane, conservative -
60.01 80.00 20. 34e of the amount 27 1.3c of
Okeechobee County subject liberalism and :
a gentlemanly
; 80.01 100.00 2Z. 37c 30 1.3c to the Democratic presentation
primary May of all plans and problems. ;.
2nd. I will appreciate the vote and

Pay your bills by using the "SPEqAL CHECKING support of everyone.II. '
ACCOUNT" available at the eechobee]
state and nation with distinction and diplomacy.

County Bank. MEMBER OF SCHOOIL I No honor is so great, no personal gain xf '

BOARD DISTRICT No. 2 tempting: that he will deviate from the
I wish to announce that I am t
I'I I Christian ethicsvhich line motivated hisI
candidate for member of the School "
Board from District No. 2 In the I I entire liCe.JUDGE S

Okeechota County i Democratic Primary May 2. I will

J appreciate your vote and support. J. OlliE EDMUNDS serve the y

V. E. (VAN) LIGHTSEYFOR great democratic principles which led to the I

U 4 establishment and prosperity of the state and ,
; 5 5t DISTRICT No. 2. nation. Ilia statesmanship iu Wa hiugton will abe

influence toward ending federal
a powerful
I It I wish' to announce that I am a
t Ii Phone 15 candidate for reelection as a mem- waste and extravagance. His diplomacy will

ber of the School Board from Dis be powerful i in securing recognition of Florida's ..
ft H EA R J JUDGE E 0 M U N 0 S
t tract No 2 for Okeochobee County. needs ire is a Southern gentleman who '
Deposits Insured through Federal Deposit .
9 I[ will appreciate the continued vote respects the traditions and history of the
!II' Insurance Corporation and support of all of the people of
South lie will get respect for these principles FRIDAY, APRIL 7
. ;: I ti OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS: my W. D. COKER in the Senate of the United States. WDAE-7:15 P. M.

C. H. McNULTY, President N. RAY CARROLL,'Vlc.-Prssld.nt
I DISTRICT No. 2 Candida for the office of if
E M. Meserve J. M. Ro., Sr. J. 0, Pearce Allen\ Markham I To the voters of School JUDGE J. OLLIE I EDMUNDS UNITED STATES SENATOR ..

Beard District No.2:
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I I I wish to announce that I am a





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Cold Medol 0... _._ II ... PkftMdon .u .11 Duff:: : Gingerbread M.-II Phi. .... IN .. -. .... Pkj.Crankled. J* Jt AlP __ _.. __ N.. t03: G. J/ ,1/,11A.M.wB.
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N. 707 C. .17
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'oil Tooitioi I ... f... JoII AI >olel: / C. JI 11.14. M.pl. Bloodt ___lt ... Glut Jt .,. .
I 'Oil To..tlOI i i i II .., Pk(. .n tale't, F.ney 1,1coo1, : n. :'J JtJf W.hb ___ 15 m... .II ...IWhl. t : !. :....:::=-::-= ::\Ct:. ::: .25
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I For ''oet Rniain, Pority -" _II .'. Pkt.I4 .11 .11 >ole: t, Gem.: Ids ?__. __ : I"I: :: Aunt Dioeh Moluieetunt ___. II ... 01_ ,M 44J4 = ': I =' :\\j:: =: I t= :111: :.15C.
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t.: :; .14 00. Fk .10 :: f R.hbit, Cold Ubol Glu.Br'er JlJl Our F..orl" I S,.... AI.... I ..
_M a. Pk,, .11 : GoM B.r Cwh.4 N. I C.o ... Gold Lo"1 Moluoot 24 Glut JlJl .
J* R.bblt Of Our F..."... 5.' .. ........ _N. I Coo ..II ,,1/
GOVERNORBecause Qiukor MulTott ____I Pkf.Pkf.. .10 Gold B.r, Sliced .,.___ no i.. .II..* Br'er R.bblt, Green Ubol MoluMot-ll ... Gliot' JlJl
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.ik.r Rolled O.II. Quick or Reg._ 41 .. PkK.ot. J/ .JI 8und.rd Broku Sim.No.. If. Col JoJ 4TJl R.bblt, Llfht MnlotoM ___..' II ... GI.M .II .... P'.Z' ,. I.....,,..., _Na / C s .1. li
Qu.ker Premtiim 0... ___ 49 ... Pkf, ..JI.k. Libby i, F.ncr nl. .- a n : > Bra R-kb.L Dk 1101..... __II ... Glut JlJt Rope.g 1 821. __. N.. I Cu JI ,11RopeSBnn
<> ., P.R nl,. IN Libby, F.ncy Crtulud N. '4 C. JtJ F...., _ -.N..I C. Is a
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belief in the yuiker Pull V.h..lQu.ker led : : : Libby, F.ney Shed__ No. :an JlJl: : TEA Rope, B S,... F.... ___ __N.1 C. ..17 ..11
Rio. Sp.rki.Ils. II Libby i F.ney Sliced' ... N. C. Jl JtJl LOO8RBinquet .
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4)uiker Wh.ll Sp.rniol _.__' .i, Pk.. Jl 1 Ro.d.l. Choice Siloed =: IC I"& : 1 : Onn(. Pckol 1. hg. J4 1:.. !: Ia.N... I c.. J' J1
MAN has faithin ('...., l.d. Aieort l C.n lt Pkf .II... Roeod.i., Choiee Slleeel.Stokely ha n.C. JtJl L dy Olvort Orinf PikM ...-.l .: Pk(: J7 :J7 80.-...., M....ot1 _N. I G. .I/ .11
inspired 11.,... Shredded RR.IIIt. ,. .=. :
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his PROGRAM. R.iun C.real. gal.' ---** 01, Pk|. .7R. S6 NR.Iltos Stokely, F.ncy Sliced.I ,. ,. Na a CAC BruiUl I .. Pka ..11Jl ... ..... N. S03 C.. .11 .1'
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feUHcal Ad,. Paid lot txr IBn. .11 Tender Lo.f, Or.ngo Pokoo== .! .11 :.11J7 ..f4
PllllAPPLllllleB % Pkg ..d.4,184., ..____N. I c.. ..28R.
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: Gold B.. __ o>. Coi .os AI BALLS Stak.ly: to : :bS.beln
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KEEP Oil Krefl Philidelph. Cnoa ITllln_1... Ptf JIBo.R.N PloeZinf, T.Uef 16. Plf. .If ., T.... .sg w.. 2 OCCal J7 ..11T..U"
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ATJ I t CEILING PJUCES FOR fOODS-Here tr* .., legal priori tor. Crt I a-el 0 Horn la lUt art J T>o.. Prices, effeeti Mm. I, tpplr I.Righhndy iht (olkwlng Florida e iilleti Brerutl, Oitrlolle. CrJIler ... I

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k+ arr L. L. Stuckey Planning I o IK announced growth and devclopiuunt in I II

I Radio Talks for First I II :Mr. StiKki'V, who was one of the store for South Florida In the Postwar I

; first to announce for Congress when

I Two Weeks In April the new Sixth District was formed era. "Although we are now

geared to wmnlnri! the war" aid
I her week "we must HORSE RACESLaBelle
b+t West Palm Beach, L. L. Stuckey, itardlesi" and "Pence by force with Stuckvy this ,

of 1'ahokce Florida farmerbusinessman iustice." Ho has stated that he will not neglect plans to cushion the

candidate for Congress In the support any economically sound National Jolt that is likely to coiiu with

Sixth District, Is planning, a series Program to provide irore ade peace I am iliad l to note;' he con

of radio talks for the first two quate old-age pensions and will wagean tinued "that mOlt of the countiesIn .

weeks In April that he believes will aggressive fight in Congress to the S';th District are already

CLAUDE PEPPER place his candidacy more favorablythan remove ceiling prices from perishable thinking and workingconstructive Fla.

ever before all the voters of vegetables along them lines and as I go about .

the District. The talks will go out For many years active as a farmer i the eleven counties in the District

t ifs has) worked hard to from several radio stations on the and business executive in Palm i I am encouraging them to keep up QUARTER HORSES, COW PONIES AND

em Florida with credit Eadt and Went coasts on a schedule Beach county Stuckey. sees a Ire- the good work. : THOROUGHBREDS

S He worked to prepare VI to -

defend ourselves against 1 .':'fI ,

the war which he saw was ,

comlnf. I \TOR YOUR Saturday and SundayAPRIL <

C lie has made rood by any GOVERNOR'

fair rule estimate. NEXT

> Becaase of seniority he will I I 15TH AND 16TH

be better able to serve a a1
Florida In the Den six : CAREFULLY
years I .

e He will help write the Consider the merits and records of all the FORT THOMPSON PARKAT

Peace as a ranking member II candidate and SUPPORT TIlE ONE YOU rIND Lv
of the Foreljrn Relations BEST QVALIrIED.I 2:00: O'CLOCK P. M.
Committee. I
I Florida needs for Its next governor the

S As a member of the Senate best man In the race With your vote you win FEATURING-

Post War Planning Committee 1>e hiring a man to handle the most responsible; :

he will help In Job In Florida. Don't lose sight of this fact. ;bsyl r 1VI "ALEXANDER BORDER"Odis

winning the Peace.

I irnim Cowart Owner Center Hill Fla.
C The first Job ahead Is- ,


Millard Caldwell has the ability, character "JOE PALOOKA"Joe

C The second Job ahead Is- I temperament and experience to be an outstandIng '

WIN THE PEACE. '' Governor of Florida.. His record proves it!
I' B. Hendry, Owner, LaBelle, Fla.
C lie will continue his effortsfor I
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of(This Claude our id Pepper Country.paid for who IT art friend Inter, i. rm1 i I !]lW 1 III- qt ,, oc 1 mmmD 1 I II'olLlkgl r AMERICAN LEGION.Sponsored CLEWISTON By POST

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