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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 14, 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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News of Our Boys I I Millard Caldwell Was Funeral Held For E. P. Martin's -RecordAs T'1 Political

Speaker In Interest of Public Servant Is | Rally Will Be Held In the Park
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In Various I Campaign Here Thur. Charles Revealed By Friend

Camps I Millard Caldwell, candidate for KilpatrickAt Here On Saturday Night, April 22nd;


At Home & AbroadSergeant Governor Okeechobee, said that Thursday the task In a of speechin providing Basinger Wed. : of Btu K January I'. Martin 21,wan 1U10 admitted; Is a member to the, Local Candidates Be the Speakers

I Hlllsborough County and Slut I
jobs for and *
men women returning '
: h.'r Associations has : -. --------
Garrett Swindle will I ; practiced lawin -
from .
the services and *
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Funeral services i I
,eave next week to return to thein leased by war industries is first on the Basinger were conductedat all courts for more than one I II Frank Schutt, Former At a meeting of the County Democrat
Wednesday I I
y training camp at Tucson, Ariz his program for Florida.He cemetery quarter century; served as probation Executive Committee held at
afternoon at 3 Resident Here Died
o'clock
after for officer of the Juvenile ,
Court
spending two weeks heru with I ofHilUborough
said he is I
delighted with the
Charles the court house last
Edward Saturday
Kilpatrick who diedat morn
his. parents, Mr. and Mri. I, J. progress of his cxmralgn In this County; served as At Home In Maryland
ywmdlul the Veterans hospital at County Solicitor of the Criminal -- Ing It was decided to have only one
county before leaving here on n tour Lake//
S e tity Sunlitnight The body Court of Record political rally In the
I which Is taking him over the state. cd! here Wj I.. .Jiy morning of HilUborough I j Mrs Harry Hulscy is In receipt county during
Mr. and Mri. Leo Groenberger re- "We must present a solid frontin He entered County, Florida. i of a letter which announces the the campaign that is now on That
the army In 1942 and I
cawed, a picture this week of their meeting the unemployment ptob- I was serving with the I Served three sessions In the State death on February 18 of Frank meeting will be held at the bandstand
son, Teddy, that was taken at the paratroop Legislature serving I In the
lem. such park
on com- on Saturday night,
when he was Injured in June of Schutt who died at his homo In Ta-
army training camp at Fort Riley, "First, of course, we must help irlttees n* Banks and Loans Citrus, I April 22.
I 1912 while making a jump and was koma Park, :Md. Mr. and Sirs Schutt
Kan., during a mow utorni. The win unconditional surrender of both State Institution, Public Officials,
confined In several Veterans hospli I made their home In Okeechobee for All candidates for offices
county
picture shows him standing outside Germany and Japan. Then we must Social Security Public Health,
ill
'.'. lulu U until he was finally discharged Claims, Public I seveial before going to Mary- are Invited to be present and state
thlll mow falling. be prepared to face the future with Roads and Highways, :years
After being discharged from tho their case to the voters on that oct
-. e a e courage and confidence with our Finance and Taxation, Judiciary 'ALivestock ,' land to live. The Schutts were charter -
!lulu I army he returned to the I ome of his I cui on. The speaking will begin
Harry jr., arrived home
) Agriculture '
government IH safe hands and with brother-in-law I Public Utilities members of the Seventh Day
!a-t Sunday night from the I II and ulster, Mr. and Industries promptly at 8 o'clock.All .
army practical\ plan. to meet pout-war !' and Labor.
Mrs Rufus Arnold Adventist church here which
at Sneads. His they
mining camp and li spending a I II Iiiirlough prol>l<'m-, most acute of which will condition I A member of the Baptist church.A people of the county are invited .
I became worse ui.il he was helped to organize in 1WH.
I hare with hli parents Mr. bo tin till.at of unemployment.v ." ,' Kent to the Veterans member of Mason, Knights of .-- to be present and hear what
ai, .1 I Mrs. H. W. tlulsey. i I hospital DayPines
Pythias, Elks Is married has
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say
later he I Mien
; was transferred to
S e e I
Florida
Atlanta where he one child ; Over behalf as this will be the only
Omer Bachand Died remained until
Mrs Cora Lee this week received
about three weeks before As Probation Officer he had in I chance you will have to hear them

U.l'','partment following: letter from the War From Heart Attack J i,' Sneads when he After wa permitted his to his return death to I his quent charge children the dependent of HillsborouBh and dclin- ':, '26 Get Respite In during the campaign.V

: ; return to his home 1
Washington, D C. nMis. I <1'1' condition "gain became County, Florida, helping them to I List of Men Who Will

(iheechobee. Cora R., Fla.Lee ; On Friday April 7 and, he was sent to the Veterans serious ho*. become As better citizens of Florida I I Draft, Says Collins Serve At Polling PlacesIn

The Secretary of War desires men pital at Lake City where he died i all County Solicitor he prosecuted j _._ Primary On May 2
I cases not capital and was at all
Sunday night, April 0.
> ixpreas his deep regret that your I I St. Augustine April 8.--Brig. Gen.'iviKn -
The heart of Okce times a fair prosecutor.As .
boliee
-on, Private First Clan Robert E. I was Charles Edward Kilpatrick was \ Collins, state selective service List of inspectors and clerks and
saddened Friday, April 7th when born at Bnslngcr October I a member of the State Legislature
5 1917,
Lie', has been reported missing in director, estimated today that a deputy sheriffs to servo at polling
i I death from a heart attack took and lived at that he worked for the interest of
until he
place entered directive in
a non. since sixteen February in new suspending Inductionof places Primary election May 2nd,
Ituly. Letter follows I away one of its friendliest and most the United States Army In | the common wan, the aired and the men of 26 or over engaged in 1944

Dunlop Acting the I loved citizens. I| 1912. lie Is survived by two sinters I I blind the dependent children, essential work until younger men In compliance with section 305 ..

Adjutant General. Omer Bachand, ("Frenchy" as he :Mrs Edgar Thomas of Baslnpcr, and | sJioolj, the farmer, the stock own are' called would bring a SO to 00- compiled General Laws of Florida,

e e I was known throughout this com- 1 hire Rufus Arnold of Sneada; three er, the merchant the gasoline and day respite for the older men In notice Is hereby given that the

New Haven, Conn., April 6-Aviation munity), was born In the Provenceof I brothers, D. R. Kilpatrick of OkeeI oil man, and all citizens of Florida.As Florida. Board of County Commissioners of

Cadet Lynwood Williams, son Quebec, Canada, :March 17, 1884. I j chobee now serving with the CoastGuard Attorney-General! of Florida he He en.phasi/ed that his estimate Okeechobee County, Florida, has appointed -

in' Mrs Lois Jenkins of Hollywood, lie moved to Okeechobee over 20 at Fort Pierce; Sergeant will cooperate with the other memoben was "purely a guess" and said it the following Election officers -

was awarded the gold bars of a second years ago, where he spent the remainder -I I 1 Reddln Kilputrlck, Army Air Corps of the State Cabinet and workin would be difficult to make an ac. for each of the election precincts

lieutenant today at graduation of his well-lived life. After serving oversee; and Dillon KII pat. harmony with them and the head curate forecast until the size of of Okeechobee county, Florida, ,.

exercises of the Army Air Force several years, Mr. Bachand took asI! rick Sneads; two aunts :Mrs. Wm. of other SUIte Departments lie will the June quota Is known. to hold a primary election May 2,

Training Command School at Yale his wife, Mrs. Nora L. Raskins:, and j Harrell and Mrs. Finley Jones of render sound opinions and attend General Collins said directives had 1944.
they In turn; laid the foundation of Orlando. I the duties of his office and at no
Precinct
University. Graduation ceremonywas already gone out to local boards in No. 1-Fort Drum-Polling<<
held in the auditorium of tho their new home in their beloved i I Funeral services were conducted time try to use the office cs a Florida Instructing them to effect Place School House

Sterling Law buildings before a community. He. was a faithful member I by Rev. D. 0. Alderman and burial breeding place for class hatred. He Immediately the orders contained in Clerk: Frank Padgett

large audience of classmates and of the.First Baptist Church and! was In Basjnger cemetery will cooperate with the county;
friends' .. ....>..: < *** '* deserves tmu-fi credit for jiie i part/ The pall bearers were Nathan and. all citizens'. pf Florida forbetttf flaj.) iGfen. "Lewie B. Hershey, na Inspector Mrs. Cora Lee

Rated Sis*a'Tcchnfcttl- ("Offle/ Dt l incmmunicat'.on 4nr4hyAR; ;fglrpVagrtm. e., hu._ Holmes, Ccfl Holmee, B. C.''J:wnin,'' government.tand will help toVirtloTV tional. selective ..er'yie'tpir ctor.,,_; Inspector; Mrs., Clara tTrlpp j. _,,'. .
<' : *, he Is now prepared provement and beauty of the Insty' Arthur RaulersonrOscar Ba;r Ji ..nd fgZetkns *b\tttTrtt>tijftr '11.'.atct'"Th.' order applW'erh tw< -i .,">.':;;h.rlft..S.A.JI'' "" "

to assume duties with tactical tutlon he loved. Hi* happiness wiW Zeb Durrance all the people men of 26 or over, engaged In essential Precinct No. 2-Basinger-Polling .

units of the Army Air Forces ac. in his home life Church, and wealth ---v--- I --v work, who have already passed Place Alton Chandler's Carsge \

, nrdmg to Col. Raymond J. Reeves, of friends When he walked down | i Comptroller J. M. Lee their physical examinations and been Clerk: Zeb Durrance \

i mending Officer. His training \ the street he passed no man, woman Weekly Digest Launches CampaignFor given definite dates to report for Inspector: Edgar Thomas

has Included study In the use and or child without a friendly greeting. induction, as well as to those who Inspector: Alton Chandler

npi, ,ration of transmitters, receivers, I i Of Rationing i : Re-nomination have passed their examinations and Inspector: Morris Raulerson !i

the radio compass, radio and wire Okeechobee has suffered a great not yet been given a date to report, Deputy Sheriff: F. E. Dalgneau j
xiuipment and portable ground sta loss in the passing of one of its I News from OPA Venus, April 8-(Special-To the I and to those classified 1-A but who Precinct No. 3- Potters Polling j

tions. For two week prior to graduation faithful, loyal and upright i iI approving plaudits of his Highlands i have not yet received their physical Place Durrance' Vacant House I,

the new officer has been Survivors include his wife CitiZen"j; county neighbors, State ComptrollerJ. examinations Clerk: Myrtle Lofton \ I

trained under simulated battle condition two daughters of an earlier I i I PROCESSED FOODS Blue ASI M Lee this afternoon launchedhis I The directive was telegraphed to Inspector: Lollie Smith t I

*. from sleeping In a plane to age, Lorey Mae House of Miami ; through K8 Book 4)) now valid at 1V44 campaign for re-nonuna. those boards with quotas of men Inspector: Hubert Raulerion .. j

working on Its wireless system at Hazel Rogers of Texas; four brothers ]10 points each, for use with tokens. I Lion with a report on the progress scheduled to I leave tomorrow In order Inspector Corbett Norman

night with the aid of black-out Dollard, Joseph, Adolph and Good Indefinitely. Florida hue made in climbing out t that it would be affected immediately Deputy Sheriff Jack Henderson "

lanterns. In addition to the classloom Edgar; three sisters, Regina, :May MEATS AND FATS : Red AS thru of the financial quagmire since this i and was mailed to other Precinct No. 4-0k.echobePolllng

work, much of hie schedule and Emma all living in Canada. M8 I Book 4) now valid at 10 points huddle southern Florida county sent t '1 1 boards Place Courthouse

has Included intensive training for Funeral services were held Sun- each, for use with tokens, Good indefinitely him to Tallahassee in 1933 pledged I The new directive, General Hershey Clerk: Jesse Hunter

physical fitness, toughening him for day afternoon at 3:30: o'clock at the to make everyone pay taxes alike. explained, was asked by the Inspector: R. E. Pearce

terrain and temperature found in First Baptist Church, Reverend D. I SUGAR: Sugar stamps No. 30 and While the quadrennial Venus picnic armed service because "the demand Inspector George Trumble
fighting fronts around the world. 0. Alderman, officiating. Pallbearers 11'0. audience reminisced of the days for young men la so great that drastic Inspector Marion Martin
31 (Book 4)) good for five lbs
Lieut. William will\ shortly be were, S. J. Davis, Robert La indefinitely when he chained a railroad train to measures are nucesnary-even Deputy Sheriff

assignged, to a tactical unit wherehe I :Martin Carl T. Durrance. Martin CANNING SUGAR the track, to collect delinquent taxes though\ they may result In failure Precinct No. Upthegrove Beach-

will be In charge of maintainingthe H. Hancock, :Mack Klnsaul and 0. : Sugar stump due this county at a time when its to. fill the current calla" Clerk: C. N Stratton
No. 40 for
good five of
pounds canning
Communications of his outfit. L. Raulernon. Interment was in the schools were faced with closing, tho Inspector: R. E. Nix

He will\ head a group of enlisted I Evergreen cemetery The Coker Funerd !' sugar until February 28, 1945. comptroller briefly recounted the In discussing this new ruling by Inspector: Everett Hall ,j.
Apply to local board for '
men specialists. It Is groups such l Home of Wauchula In charge rations. supplemental story of the rocky road travelled the Selective Service In Washington E. Inspector Mrs. Elbert UpthegroveDeputy

ns these that are enabling the AAFto V past eleven year during which time II. Hunt, chairman of the Local Sheriff: Dad Foster

operate In a well-knit campaign Florida School Finances SHOES: Stamp No 18 (Book 1) nearly $10,000,000 of delinquent disputed Draft Board, and W. J. Hendry, lo. Precinct No. 6-'Eagle Bay-Polling

over Europe. expires April 30. Airplane stamp No. and fiercely contested taxes- cal board member, stated that there Place J. W Scott Residence
Have Been Improved By
1 Book 3) valid Indefinitely. Another
some of it overdlla",1 much fifteen would be no men sent from this Clerk: H. W. Hutto
a*
Lieut. William spent Tuesday I Many Millions'' Since 1937' shoe stamp, as yet not designated j'ear*-has been wrested from county during the month of April Inspector: Carey Harden

night and Wednesday morning here will\ become valid May 1. unwilling, taxpayers to the end that t and that those sent in tl.9 May call Inspector J. W. Scott

oming up to visit his father, Mor- Tallahawee April 11 Florida GASOLINE: A-D coupon now val the burden might be lightened on would be sent from the group un- Inspector Mrs. Ruby Holly
school finances have been improved id In Florida East of the Apalachicola -
Cornwell. He was der 24 of Sheriff
114 Williams at those willing taxpayers who haveso year ego Deputy :
and I since 1937 by million\ of dollars, River. Expire May 8. ,
Okeechobee
accompanied here by his mother long caught the brunt. V Precinct No. 7- -Polling I
:Mr and Mrs Connie Rsulerson. according to Colin English State I A-11 coupon In Florida West of Place City Hall
e e I Superintendent of Public Instruc- |the Apalachlcola River now valid. "And now," Comptroller Lee told Drew Pearson Gets Clerk: W. N. Gray

E. G. Kilpatrick Attended I tion. I Expire June 21. his audience "after many prolonged j. Decision In Libel Suit Inspector: Frank Chandler, jr.

Meeting Of this amount the greatest Item i j jis Rationing rule now require that legal battles to bring recalcitrant Inspector: W. H. Russell !
State Bankers II taxpayers into line the and
state
reduction In counties' car owner write his license
$9,500,000 i every I Washington, April 10-After a 35- Inspector Z. K. Williams I
This Week in Jacksonville outstanding debts existing In 1937,, number and state In advance on all the counties stand In the strongest minute deliberation a Federal Court Deputy Sheriff L. G. Simmons

E. G. Kilpatrick cashier of the when Mr. English took office. Low- gasoline coupons In his possession lihnncial position In history with jury here gave defendant Drew C. E. DRAWDY,
(Okoeihobee County Bank returned for N'o Increase In the price of corn more than $4,000,000 cash In the
ered interest rates account $2- I Pe'arsbn, columnUt, the decision In Chairman Board Commissionerl
v 500,000, and this saving Increaleaabout for the 1914 crop year the. $1,350,000 libel action cast Okeechobee County, Florida
Mile where he spent Tuesday and con-I $29,000,000 In the various miscellaneous -
$500,000 per year The State aide red by the Office of Price brought by John Munroe who figured ATTEST: '
Wednesday attending the meeting has cooperated closely ministration, Chauncey Butler, die. and trust funds in the state
Department in a war contracts Investigation ROY R. RAULERSON,
f the Florida Bankers Association. has treasury, with most of the counties
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" with county superintendents and trice director at Jacksonville by the House Military Affairs Com- ClerkSenator
Mr. Kilpatrick stated that the board. In helping to attain theseeconomies. announced, on a current pay-ai-you-go basis forthe mittee. V
ting was well attended by bank- first time since the boom schoolteachers
im "The decision to hold corn prices The trial, which lasted two weeks Pepper Will
. ifrom section of the tate. made because paid in full to date and
every at their 1943 level was -
I More than $1,000,000 has been was presided over by Justice James Radio
-V--- basic food for thousands of old folk, dependent Be Heard Over
Is the
saved In the handling of free text- corn W. Morris, a former Florida reill -
CARD OF Til.\NK9 I books, Florida having the low"tCOlt livestock and poultry," Butler ex* children and the blind receiving the l dent. Monday At 8:15 P. M.
We wish to express our thanks plained. The great majority of farm first of the new Increased allotment .
of any state furnishing took --- ------- ------
and heartfelt appreciation to our I I.Wlny for twelve grades. This state's perpupil families would suffer rather than checks. Meanwhile the state i* tak. the day-by-day sinews of govern United States Senator Claude Pepper

. kind friends and neighborsfor I expenditure is 94c, benefit from an Increase In the Ing cash discount on every bill as ment. Truly they are patriots on will speak over a atat'.wld.
per year
their many acts of kindness, expressions price of corn. they are being paid on preaantatlon. the home front making It possible radio hookup Monday night at 8::13.
the next lowest state, 128. I i I
of sympathy and condolence II I('I "An Increase In the price of corn "While million of dollars, pulled to keep together the free govern. His speech will originate In Orlando

and for the beautiful floral Other econor'ies In smaller would not bring any substantial Increase out of the 'scrap pile'-overdue, old, I ment our sons are fighting for. and will be heard over all Mutual

tribute In the sickness and death of I amounts have made possible a state In corn production, but would delinquent and disputed taxeshavelargely V station In the state

our beloved husband and father, wide saving of more than $15,000 raise the price of beef, veal, lamb, : made the record possible; I '- Our boy must keep on :t.hti Senator Pepper will speak only
000 since he became State Superintendent '
Omer Bachand. .irutton. pork, butter eggs, poultry I want to pay tribute to the willing ing-we must keep on buy fifteen minutes beginning at 8:18:
Nora L. Bachand, Wife I f I and other livestock" products with. ., everyday taxpayers who walk downto Ing WAR BONDS until via and closing at 8:30.:

Lorey Mae IIou.e, daughter V I| out Increasing their output Butler the tax collector regularly to pay tory I I. won. Keep on BVCK- V -I

hazel Rogers, daughte. It pays to advertise. pointed out their taxes, steadfastly! providing ISO TUB ATMCK. Subscribe for. The News

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Published Every Friday by the limy be hud for a more dt
Okeechobee News Co., ot Okeecho- "ii toil h'A'rll'll..o> of sold bond.
SAVE EVEN MORE WHEN YOU
I uppru\lnii nilnlnii| nf 'Biled
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BRYANT BOWDEN Editor are rulld and Irgally binding ..Idliri.. II SUCCESSFUL
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Entered as second class matter Kill.I cniinu' und. If ri'iiui-Mti'il .. ( CHECK
uf thin traimcrlpt\ of the IR.vd 1 1 PAY
July 1, 1914, at the Poet Office In "loge ui\ 1'1\' """ '" ulll h") dcllviicil t ti. fb( DIOkeechobse

Ok echobe Florida under the 'nut" IniaiTH" of auld bonda nltli 111" I ,
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Act of March 8, 1879.SUBSCRIPTION. charge lor ,further Infurmiillon. .udilieaii (0Ktiiiirl \ "t

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of Mm Slut" .if Florida liv vir t 50,01 80,00 20e Ue of the amount 27 t.Se
tup of th. niilhorlty vomml, 'In mi hfctlon jt THE MANY THOU.
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of Vlnrliln' ni>rtlf\' 'hnt Ihf t SANDS WHO VOLUNTARILY (
oKr.r.crtonKi; : rown BANK ofOkfoohohw av (
In llii- I'ciiiniv "f >iihohro PLEDGE SUP.
and the Stnlr ..f n.. >riilr inmitlmrli'Pil Pay your bills by using the "SPECIAL CHECK-
to rr>imni>n.. t ; PORT TOFrank y
of nankliiff umliT the home Chore ING ACCOUNT" available at the Okeechobee
If'r"n11' h n cnnltnl muck tf TueiiUKlvo itf.
Given Thonnnnil imrtiT mv Pnllar hind ,"n,l Kr>,ii of Who KnoV Hirt B .t! N Il County Dank
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A n One ThmuenndInr HimFiftyThree. P
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(Sr.AL) .T. M 1.F.F: x
Comptroller( Sl'iiti' uf KlorldnIt
WANTED
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T1UI.NMEX AND; SWITCHMENApply : I i County
OF APILITTIOX FOR R. E. PADGETT
THFEIl For in person or by letter to. 3

l.tt*. of 1B.H3 .. 'I' LET'S CO-OPERATE I Trainmaster' office, Florida East
:Not; Ire Id hereby given tbnt' Pmro.I.
., .Mnrkhnni and W. Allen Mnrkhnm.holders "It's the watchword of the nationIt I Co .8t Railway at MI(.nil or NewSi
." of Tax ('ertlfl-ntn I No HMIfsued GOVERNORBecause
the Mil, day nf September, A. has nerved all generation :\rna Beach, which ever li mostconvenient Bank ij

I hove> 1\1\ ;made 7. huve application filed. nine fur In n my'Ini office Deedtn ,: It will stir a denomination but do not apply by I It.

he lamied thereon. Snlil, (Vrtlllcntcenibrniei Thi. bit wordCOOPERATION."It belief in the .' phone If you apply by letter I '",
the following drscrilieil prop I and I 1M1t
ertv !In the t'onnty of OLverhobve I MAN has inspired faithin stale age present employment Phone 15 I
will lift from lowly stationsIt
tolf to
Ktnt of Florldi ph ilcal condition. Not necessary I U I
huts 11 ami 12. murk 1'U. t'l1> lOr
Okewliohee.The floods the pools of foul stagnation his PROGRAM. ,la o hail previous, railrofd! ex perl.n .

nlil aiisi-Ksiiieiit rertlflrnte, of iHHiied mild. property was> lu under 'Ufnnine .UdcaI Ad., fold lee brat ", There is no age limit for experienced I Deposits Insured through Federal Depo.it' I
It lifts the cloud of Trf..d. r. D. Opehnick
desperationThis
David llaer.rrilemi railroad providedtl.j
of men Insurance
Corporation
sulil t'ertldcat ilmll he redeemed strong -COOPERATION.. I Ig
according to hire, property de-. : can qualify otherwise. _
crllieil therein iliull he sold to the 1 1Buynmrelfr7 OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS :
hlKhem lilddi-r at the Coiirthmise door * * * * :

mi the first Monday, In lbi umiilh of t
Mnv.Miv. V.MI IOU whlih Is the let cluy of YV11.17:11r i iS"rI 1" C. H. McNULTY President N. RAY CARROLL, Vlce-Pr.slJ.nt !

Dnted' thin L"nb dni of Mnrvb. 19 N, E. G. KILPATRICK, CashierE
I. rirrk t'lrciilt Court atikeeihnhce "' M. deserve J. M. Roe, Sr. J. 0, Pearce Allen Markham
( 'ouIII> Florida' '" tl"y [L, 1
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OFFERS YOU HELP I
I .* * *. * +kae Mg'g; :: ''B.RIt31!: ,$JJuIJLII.tIc; ) !Ii.l1D: 3410nNnt1,
atn.ora d. ..
STITR ItOlKII OK MIMIM4TKV-: Opposed to political promises, I.J1 ...., "'Jt.','''
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'I ION OKMI IIOIIH101: :on rut l UK.tlMIIMi :. ? s Sen. Ernest R. Graham war
: Ilu\u". M'KII-x: 11)11MllirK veteran farmer business man, ARE ENTITLED TO A REAL CONGRESSMAN
I IS IIKIM.IU W\! tIi: 'I I bin ,9$ .
the Sliittlloiird AilinlnlHtrntloii" .. ,t proposes for Florida only that

tbv IdiU Mutt In oC Hie rlnrldu ofl..f will ti.vt.lsvul phi (' ,mp.- r which he hat PROVEN successful
vil

troller. of ot the mill Stllte Ituunl.uf I'lnrlilu.'nllHhti nt .KecKturv ...-.. I In hit own builneM.: v' } A Partial Outline of What MI' Sherrill AdvocatesWINNING

1'1..10111. up ,lu lb. hour .f HI noocloik a,7
.\. .J.. i>n Al'lill./ .'-. I'll1' ELECT ERNEST R.
HIM iHiirliiim.f *i.niNNj; ..1, dk "1117! THE WAR

1 MrU-H bee' CiHIllljr 1'JII.' mild 1 SKA' lii.niln Ili-lnnilh' In 'I-' ,,,ll.lli'. i GRAHAMGOVERNOR i He will actively support our Commamler-in-Chief and help win
Icii..inln ill
coupon, form In I
M.IIOO "",'h. In 'IM- lint'.d .1 Imo' 1 1In $ h, early decisive victory.
hl-lir Illtereiil, ixpliHM'lof w' n.' '
out' fourth "r miu ti-nib nt I in, uci'iit. WINNING PERMANENT PEACETo
?. nl Iii,' li.wt-m, rub" ..Mi ,i'
when sold ut pur. 01" nt Inn< 'p-i I < ,1I..r i the end that our loved ones shall not have fought in vain, or
iiniiiini nlii-n 9.111| | ,I" "Hi,. I ,1.1, I
who Bill pi)' tinblghtiil PH.) ih I 'Iror (Paid Political Adv.) go to war again.
I".> lluurd reaenliijf tin i \lu- .
CARING FOR VETERANS
und uniiiiillfleil rlxlit t I' "l, i. itn' '

who Is the licit lilildi-r and, 1 t to i"Jiiinj -'" ___.. _.m _. He will work to give them complete modern hospitalization
or ull h/llo. nil 1111"1'0'i m' \pnihltfcuiLuiiittiully I optional -
oil the fir*! dm .>.I i .1 lu' i
cod iff I'tH-cmber of. em b M. II')0 i vocational training, generous pensions for the disabled,
Ininil tn he umnlicrej I ruin I ,in 715liuth :: Rom where I sit / Joe Marsh
Inclimivi, nnd ,In uiiiuin *mil" .. / and real jobs for all able to work.
In iiiiini-rlrul" order an follow. !1..> ni|' -
PROVIDING PFN 'nNS FOR THE AGED
1.41) lllllimlM40.. | blind) .Inn. 1. V.HII ,
41 \111 hnuds, ..in.i'HI 1 Pill : DISABLED AND WIDOWSHe
1.1.1111" ,' boiulm, Jin. I r.iiI'M\ y ,
141 II" i,oar honiUi .him J. .I Matt Doorly Versus
will National Program to give pensions to
D11::,II" ,1111' 1",11.1., .flull' 1 lll'lllllll, support a adequate

::111.:711":) IIHI Of lion.lHi lioii.lm' ', .linn.Inn. 1 I III.', !J.' the Tomato i im.cor the aged, the disabled, and widows with dependent children.

7l-.in: (in: bulldog' liui'I 1 l urnaMMlO : '='i.:+
4I,1-lie: | i (1\\.' builds) Juu. 11114 I '
:%I'I-LitI"' 70 houdeJnnr 1 Itii.\' a''
.1T1.I"III" it" liumlm' .111 II.' I l'i\ *'<' Matt Doorly's skin broke out In Funny how some people rush VOTE FOR
IHI.7.'1I" (*" bolds) June J. lu >77J17J3
115 lioiulK' ) Jnni I \\1\ > a rash last week. lie finally admitted off to extremes like that. They
without rltfbl uf prior I. .1. ni 11"| il I..1. ,
Doc Holllster he'deaten
to take wholesome
bulb iirlncipnl, and luli'lvMt |..n.it'ut a thing and n WILLISSHERRILL
Thn Klral Natlunnl Hunk .t MinimMiu M1111111 twelve tomatoes in a row overdo It till it disagrees with
nil. -'I"rhlll'he )111.111' "I i 0.1 n.i
bolts gild l Ihc inleiciit pu ibenoiilll ,liecii"iil : Just the day before. them-or maybe find they don't w
In uf tin1 lad I I.'ill\ Ii
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u happen to like It-and then
credit ami 1111//'h.tlj poe'Lr ul sold "ul, "Shucks said Doc. "That's all they

.'holiee (wooly. I.rlorldu null,' 'an nil.li I that's the matter with you. That want It banned for everybody.
tlolllll pleilge .1 mild i.Mllil> M .Until I
liilthv shore of 11 lux ol two ,I.-UIH i" tKiillon I kind of eating would turn any- From where I Kit, folks ought:

on milcM ot i.m.ilinu or o., h. body red." to reali/.o there's a mMilln

under like prodnciM Suilon:! : 111 of; ol!iti'iroleiini Article: IX u..niliH'nl; : :ill;: I ground( everythlng-a middle .

l'I nut It in I.n of 'I,,' Mine of Klnilili, I Bo now Matt has not only rut of moderation
Inthi' terms of whli-li the 11/101111111 ''out all tomatoes for himself. ground on the onelie's P' Representative In Congress
of Ibe :State, of Klorldu IM r"'qullad, I i ietiiitlouc hand and tolerance for our
forbidden his family to eat
the li'\>' of mild tn\ r"i' i iiwrlod 000
of fitly' inure from Jnniury I tomatoes. And won't even have neighbors on the other. In May 2nd Democratic PrimaryMAINTAINING
11I4I.\ : mid l I. I'li.lillillHil Ir.mi \\ Hli.lllUWlllg ".
the. 1-ll.l'OLllH I till'I.'Ml' Ir.'lll" IIIOIHriltlull I them In the hone Says to ma- I'J 41 4-c.
ol sold r.h-IIIUI1out |ply' r
tow are anti-social! and ought to 80e .t
vl'lon during mild' p. rl.nlThe
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bonds wb"ic: ulll hid pr..hii.be i iiHuruV.1 th<>li.),.\\1 I Hi'M.liler I be prohibited by law. ) THE AMERICAN WAY OF LIFE

Interim com, niter iludiu Hiitf lln. ,piHllum ,', I Te advocates abolishment of the 'isms' forced the
during
us
offeri'il, It any. Intercut on tin I No. 82 of a Series Copyrigk 19-t-l Brewing Industry Foundation upon
lneluliim. If ull). ulll hoi bl' I uinldi i"d r and
u. 'lid,nelible In UctenuliiliiK llnIKt Woild War a speedy return to government by the people for

I Inlcreiil ..'HI. In ili-ierinlnlnt. thi _UAr-: _. .. --
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net Interest tout, Interest will be com
l pul'il to the iiintiirltv daft from llnrlrst GIVING EQUAL RIGHTS TO WOMENHe
day air June, 11141Kuch .
bid mum(I1KCK' be nlrongan11ad hiijiilile I INIMH' Ia' lrlCKTIrIl.il l\'1. I< SHOP AT will actively support legislation to give women equal rights

Bi.iinl' of AilnilhUlrnll.il: In : with men. .
lull! <'(|ilnl to "I-vi per trial ..I Ui I i I" .
r'1 ,..I| I.1, bid! ,tar, IH 11 I.blu. i < HELPING LABOR '
uf food fulfil und If the 011.1." .,t1,
bidder ebiill full prc.iuHl.\I" .opal' |'' Mr. Sherrill is a friend of labor, and believes that organized labor I
nltll tin lerlll.lit, bin bl.l th. i-In i I k
Will fol.eltcd 1., Ibe. said "I.IIMI ." Denmark Furniture COI has vastlv benefitted all classes of labor.
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lliUlduti'il| duuniK ( .iiiri''l tnikrequlie -
Iiocuniuuturx $17I1uy i.i\ .I i A .n1Nc. AGRICULTURE
i tie rna tl I it n Lout, pit' "".* I lnii, ""li I
ili.lllllll.. Si ,'lIrll'.' hilllk.llile I"'mlll..,,, '. We will support Federal Aid( for research and experiments to discover
t i-tiv. such 'lax liMiitil, "
na'ampIII|
furh such chink If tux stumps nr- FOR FINE FURNITURENEW new crops, and new uses, means and methods for old crops ;
nut a\lacll'"I.! 'J be two per ell'. goad
fullb vbecks uf uiunc'i-eml'iil 1.1.1.1 i'/fully develop our vast natural resources of climate, sea, lake

will IHrilurui'd.rrd| mull ut,lo.tin the Hd.lreuM.bidder. 0'1'l.rt'tflnti l.\;] and 'and] ;; removal of sugar quotas and other unreasonable restrictions -

In the bids' 'I 1 1111' proceeds ..f th. two
PIT coot. goad, | raIi cli..ckii ol ml. <">'+... ; ample tariff protection for Florida farmers and pro-
fill hl."h'ro1111"- lllpll"ll| to the (l'llniiint .\". "
'uc< against ruinous foreign competition and equalization of
of the 1"lr.lIufte| price o. .11\\ LOCATIONMRKJUM ;
liouiln, which will loll dellveml. ulKl.irlilu
/ ) .Nmloiiiil Bunk. kw.illln, freight rates to promote industrial employment and development.A .
Klorldu, on or befurv lu :Ul) o'llock A
M June' 1. lull Inu9ap.e| | loiitulnlnn \ \ BUILDING outline of Mr. Sherrill's -
l.liU:\ iiiiiHt, have; endorsud, thereon::: "Hid; mrfernmprehcnsive platform principles not

for linn.In" or words of .'iiulvuli.nlImport. be obt ained
hereon
to note by writing
Sold b..niU will I.IMHII..I und/ pnssiblf may
soul, l>y the St to Houril of Ad mluls- A.r.r.l'SS' Park From BankJ.
nation of the Mute of Inrldu.. it li.nlycolp.irutH SHFP.H.J."rAOOUAPTERS.. P. O. Box 2585,
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iuuiiuiM-d nf 'the itovcrnor
f.impti-oll.-r, and Treimurer of the: Wed Palm Beach Florida
Klutw of Florida, creuti-d liv slid exist
Inn under Meetlon HI ..Article.. Iof -
L'oniiillutl.iii" of the Mute\ at Flar, P WILL JUSTicvYOi IP FAITH AND TRUST IN HIMP.GE
Ida and pHriuuut to the appllruhleruniic. E. CONE Agent
of the State IIf t'lnrl.la and are
olniloo duly adopted gold ........,. ,..- ,
by
Iloiird, Hud will be valtdutud( by Ju. "' ." .. ,' ,_ .t, ._ ... .. 4


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FRIDAY APRIL II, 191 i THE OKEECHOBEE!: NEWS PAGE THREf

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have tried In the past. Thanking FOR REPRESENTATIVE: IN THE trict No. 2 for Okeechobeo pounty.I TOR COUNTY: COMMISSIONER: : support
POLITICALANNOUNCEMENT
: ou for your vote and lupport.W. LEGISLATUREI will appreciate the continued vote DISTRICT No, 1 R. E. (EDDIE) BASS

B. HARGRAVE herewith announce my candidacy and support of all of the people of I hereby announce that I am a -

for member of the State Legit my district. candidate for County Commissioner Oil ('or COMMISSIONER

FOR REPRESENTATIVE IN THE laturo from .Okeechobeo County 1]i! W. D. COKER jfiom I II I District No.1 for Okoechobee DISTRICT No. 5

FOR UK-ELECTION TO OFFICE OF LEGISLATURE State of Florida lubject to the will i --- County subject to the Democratic I wish to announce that I am a

SUPERVISOR OF REGISTRATION I t wish to announce that I am a I of the people] In the Democratic primary {I 1 I Primary May 2. I will appreciate the candidate for the office of County
FOR MEMBER OF SCHOOL BOVRD I
Thli if to announce that I am a I candidate for re-election ai Representative of May 2, 1944 II I I vote and support of the people of Commissioner from District No. t
I I DISTRICT No. :2
candidate bar ro-elcctlon to the Office I In the Florida Legislature Your vote and support will be ap To the voters of School 1 Okeechobee County. for Okeechobee County subject to

of Supervisor of Registration for Okoechobee County In the com preciated. J. HUDSON PARKER the Democratic Primary May 2. I
Board District No.2
subject to the First Primary May ing primary election. Your continued PHIL Y. CASON I I : I 'will appreciate your vote and support -
I wish to announce that I am a
2, 1944. If re-elected I will try to support will be appreciated. I ; ARCIIIE: LAMB, JR.
candidate for member of the School FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER:
give the lawful service as I W. J. (BILL) HENDRY
you I I -
.. .. I FOR SHERIrF OF OKEECHOBEE Board from District No. 2 lot Okeochobee DISTRICT No. :2 I,
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COUNTYI County In the Democratic I I wish to announce that I am a
I Ii (
OUR !IEPPESENTifflVE5WILL :: hereby announce that I am a Primary to be held May 2. candidate to succeed myself, as a ':!, No.3
I I hereby announce that I am a
candidate for the office of sheriff
I I am now serving my second term member of the Board of County
I
of Okecchobee County In the Demo as a member. of the City Council I I I Commissioners of Okeechobee Coun candidate for the office of County

;: : 1" HELP YOU cratic Primary to be held May 2, Commissioner from District No. 5
,i: also my second term as a memberof ty from District No. 2 subject to the
I for Okvcchoboe subject to
Your vote and support will be ap the Board of Trustees for tills will of the voters of Okeechobeo County

JK"' SAVE ELECTRICITY TIME AND FOOD preciated. school district and I feel that the County in the Democratic Primary the voters In the Democratic Pri-
Mi'y 2, I will
I N. 0. STEWART I n.aiy appreciate your
experience I have gained from these j in May. I will appreciate the vote'(

:' ,.: Conservation is nothing new to our versatile Representatives positions will be of much benefit to 'land srpport of everyone. vote and support.
.t .
:::, it has been their Block in-trade sine I : 0. J. CHAPM\N
1925 In boom years, depression years, war years, Toil SHERIFF OF OKEECHOBEE I me In serving as School Board member W. F WALKER
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: pronony is an important word In the trinity home- COUNTYI I will appreciate your vote and I -.-- i

..: ..; maker vocabulary, FOR COUNTY I'ROSECUINGATTORNEY
:: am a candidate for reelection
$ea: :' y And now when the war demands for'i-tare.eerwvMlen, kindly cl, the office of Sheriff of Okeechobeo : J. M. ROE, SR. I FOR COU COMMISSIONER I
i? wonv-inpewe'1, fuel a qmrmenl, DISTRICT No. 3
':' I wish to announce candidacy
<': helpful assistance ol our trained hepreseiuutivea u County subject to the voters In the my
I take this opportunity to announce <
::";" + more popular than ever. Democratic Primary May 2. Your' FOR TAX ASSESSOR I for
For you want to know how continued vote and support w.ll beappreciated. I take this opportunity to announce I that I am a candidate for reelection Prosecuting Attorney. Details of the

.;:. .t ... to save electricity as well {i to the office of County 'circumstances under which I qualified
that I for ,
as personalOS energy food am a candidate Commissioner for Okeechobee County
; well as lime emu L. L. CONRAD. e-cloction to the office of Tax I for this office are too long, to
from District No. 3 in the Democratic
well as "temper I
mart as Assessor be Included In this announcement,
subject to the
1 May primary
representatives will .. rt I Primary to bo held May 2. I
FOR SHERIFF OF OKEECHOBEE but will] be published In a separate '
gladly advise you concerning will appreciate your continued vote
the most efficient use COUNTYI Your vote and support will be ap article later.
.. I and I
SI and car ol fetch ol you r wish to announce that I am a preciated. support. If elected to this office I will endeavor -

electric appliances, as wel I candidate for the office of sheriff ROBERT LA MARTIN ERNEST HILLIARD to justify the confidence you
them repaired '
get
as help you t -
when necessary. True, I I of Okeechobee County In the Democratic I place In me.

many ol these trained men <. I Primary election to be held in FOR TAX ASSESSOR OF FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER Your vote and support will be
I
and, women and this have means gone that to I May, 1041. I served as State Game OhEECHOIIEE COUNTYI DISTRICT No. 3 appreciated.MARY .
| war I
/ those still with us have twice r I Warden for eleven years and feel am a candidate for Tax Assessor I take this opportunity to an S\NDERFUR SCIIULMAN:

as much to do They may not -6 I f that I gained experience that will of Okeechobee County subject to the bounce that I am a candidate for .
be able to answer your call the office of Commissioner
1/ as promptly as they'd like ?a r greatly benefit me in the sheriff's will of the voters In the Democratic County FOR CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT

to, but they'll call on you office. I solicit your vote and sup Primary May 2. If elected I will I' from District No.3 for Okeechobee COURTI

just as soon as they possibly ,y[ .t I1 y port in the coming primary and If faithfully perform the duties of that County In the Democratic Primary hereby announce candidacy
can. Call our nearest cilice I 2. I will vote my
elected to this Important office 1 I May appreciate your
office Your Influence vote and sup for reelection as Clerk of the Clr.

........ I '... .....n will serve the people of th County port will be greatly appreciated. and support. F. M. MOBLEY cult Court of Okeechobee County

Hal" -. ,. to the bent of my ability.R. W. R. (Roy) TOMLINSON subject to the Democratic Primary

C1 ... ". I E. (BOB) PADGETT FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER May 2. I will appreciate your vote
DISTRICT No. 4
Z FOR TAX COLLECTOR OF
;" FOR SHERIFF OF OKEECHOBEE OKEECIIOBEE COUNTYI I wish to announce that I am a and eupport.
Yr 9r A.. ROY R. RAULERSON.FOR .
/ &a' : COUNTYI take this opportunity to announce candidate for the office of County

i take this opportunity to an- that I am a candidate for reelectionto Commissioner from District No. 4 -

\ nounce that I am a candidate for the office of Tax Collector subject for Okeechobee County subject to COUNTY JUDGE OF

\ the office Of sheriff of Okeechob to the May Primary the Democratic Pr""erylay 2. I OKEECHOBEE COUNTYI
1.4 { t 'C f..rti ti 1R1 will vote and support hereby announce that I am a
O County In the Democratic Primaryto Your vote and support will be appredated. appreciate the
candidate for the office of County
11 be held In May. I will appreciateyour of everyone.
vote and support BESSIE ALDERMAN I GILBERT CULBRETII. Judge of Okeechobee County in the
Democratic Primary May 2. If

VE ,\.C ..t1M, Pa I MORISE THOMAS FOR COUNTY: :"COMMISSIONERDISTRICT- : I I I FOR COUNTY: COMMISSIONER nominated and elected I will] serve

FO'l SHERIFF OF OKEECIIOBEE DISTRICT No. 4 the people to the best of my ability.

COUNTYI No. 1 1' I take this opportunity to announce I will appreciate your vote and sup
I wish to announce that I am a'I
take this opportunity to announce port. P. P. EVANS
I candidate for
candidate for election to the of- that am a reelection ,
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+ N ,w Novi that I urn a candidate for the member of the Board "Y -
fice of County Commissioner from I as a
office of Sheriff of Okeechobee I lof County Commissioners from FOR COUNTY JUDGE -" '
District No. 1 for Okeechobee County
County subject to the will .of the in the Democratic Prli ,ary May I County Commissioners District No. I hereby announce my candidacyfor

voters in the Democratic Primary 2. I will appreciate the vote and '\ 4 of Okeechobee County in the ic-elcction to the office of County

May 2. I will appreciate the vote support of everyone. t Democratic Primaries May. I will Judge of Okeechobee Co. and If 'tI .

! and support' of the people' of' the B. C. SWAIN \ tll'prcclate"tho vot..*:.an<) support of I nominated In the Democratic Prl '

. -- county. \ the people of the county. merles In :May and elected In the

1. A. ABNEY FOR COUNTY: COMMISSIONER > I C. E. DRAWDY General} Election In November of this
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II ICII'II flit ti K K !I..M Iti:II It II ii>S"j(1IJt'llJl R fhk lt f fr5t'lt+s! S{Si t; tTTCtt sfrt;'st R'x 1T lL7f n1.N DISTRICT No. 1 year, I pledge continued honest,

I FOR SHERIFF OF OhEECHOBEE I wish to announce to the peopleof FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER: faithful and loyal] service to the tax-

i COUNTY Okcechohee County that I am a I DISTRICT No. S PHMTS and citizens and will] give

CARMICHAEL FOR CONGRESS n I'' I hereby luineunco my candidacy candidate for County Commissionerin I wish to announce that t am a continued fair and nnpnrtial decisionsn
I I'' ,' the of, of sheriff of Okcecho.
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District No.1. subject to the candidate for reelection as County the trial of all matters coming

bee County in the Democratic Priary Dui ocratic Primary Ma2. Your Commissioner fron1 District No. B h, fore me. I respectfully solicit the
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rnn.y&a f:, + y if n '# ,rokg I'I'I' i May 2. I have served the pco- vote and support will br appreciated. for Okeechobee County in the Demo- "upport and vote of the voters of

LAWYER : N 4 I pic of Okeechobee as Chief ef Police ciatir Primary May 2 I will ap Okn'choliee County.T. .

e 34 Years in District .' ':. yK I i"\ years and feel that with the ex- L. K LEE I "rc'illt. your continued vote and W. CONELY JR.
til' 'i prrlence gained In that branch of .. _
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....... > J>i: ELECT MIL1m-e \DWn.1.; f rOft GOVERNOR ELECT MILLARD CALOWtLL
FARMER : 'i",, ,..>" >> ,,, l': !' a better position to !drive them good O it Jr.

I. I I I service a< sheriff. I will appreciate
20 years in GladesLEGISLATOR ::: FORGOVERNOR
.' rft' vour vote and support.
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II ) R. C. EVAXS ,
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,' FOR SHERIFF OF OKEEC1IOBEE A ,
J 4 years in Legislature : :.; \ ffr. c CR
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"...fi '&, I wish to announce to the peopleof n

rIn r S ii Okeechobee County that I am a Ste eceee&uie1 Ju

t candidate for Sheriff of Okeechobee
BUSINESS MAN : r W
: I' : County subject to the Democratic S i' 'edt w

Practical-and Primary May 2, and as I have had sk ,

Ii Successful :'f t past experience In the Sheriff's office iW i
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I assure the people that I will 7s < eu s ;
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h t render the beat service possible as -ewe 7 ea I
an officer of the peace I solicit nn,

MR. AND MRS. VOTER : r your vote and support r 0vl
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HORACE J. KING .
rs : Do )OU like! the New Deal x i *
I FOR SUPERINTENDENT OF For our next Governor, Florida should
; Do )ou like Government BY Bureaucrats x have the
1 l'i. PUBLIC INSTRUCTIONI GI best qualified man in the race. ;

i Ho you like the "Eleanor Cluha" 'M take this opportunity to announce < Our next Governor will have to handle:: LIs

I thnt I am a candidate for Superintendent
the
r Hn you like unfair ceilings on perishable fruits and vrgetables Is problems of the war and the postwar -
? of Public Instruction for A era. These problems will be many and difficult.
i aIn
Okeechobee County In the Democratic
r J Do )ou like the derision of our New U.alupreme Court !iiII' Primary in May. Inquire into the character, ability and experience of the candidates -

!t knocking out our Whit Primary? 0 for Governor. Study their records
K Your vote and support will be appreciated then select and sup- i
{ U t M Di C\KMICIIAEL IM the only candidate for Congress who { port the man you find best qualified.
: ha* declared himself on the above propositions In his to
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CARL T. DURRANCEFOR Millard Caldwell is recognized to be calm
level-headed
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printed platform. ,i energetic I
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(Paid Political Advertisement ; a man business ability and tested :
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f rff) 17i tnr'ftwrffRffIIRRRf'iTfNSIAASta'wK mb'it'e'irilOiV'tiftfx"IfffTt'1t'I1Tfig PUBLIC SUPERINTENDENT INSTRUCTIONThis : OF n statesmanship. His record proves his capability and qualifications. i

j R3fBIRfi! 11'IU1jlV001f:!!1CffThl1If I'JflOIDf.Jf)f'Of1fftl' X tMfll.! : 'ff'1mtUIDI.1;! :JDMI > a
e Is to announce that I am a ;

candidate for re-election to the office vf 'ir 8
THEATRE
GILBERT
: : of Superintendent of Public Instruction

I r. of Okeechobee County sub Yo 0
or WORLD WAN i.Htv. .
Sunday & Monday Wed. Thurs. ject to the Democratic primary May .
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_Dorothy Lamour, Bing I Richard Arlen, Mary B. surrnit of everyone.II. H. HANCOCK o y, } J JA

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Crosby Hughes in C

"DIXIE"with I FOR MEMBER OF SCHOOIL 1. U
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"Timber Queen" BO\RD DISTRICT No. :2 ''r }
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I wish to announce that I am a
Marjorie j Reynolds m IANO AND NORWAY. INftMl. ,. "NAVAL
ANPI Mr XAi
Allot TillS IS AMERICA I i Also SELECTED SHORT SUBJECTS i car.lklats for member of the School 6z OAN_1.34_ to >" =-

CARTOON !, Board from District No. 2 In the .
NEWS i t
I! Democratic Prin-ary May 2. I will + WW
Only I
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I Coming AttractionsSwingtime pi'elate your vote and support. AKNCO AGAINST JAPMCNACK :
LIGHTSEYFOR A V AS) CFONt
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Johnny '''so PROUDLY WE HAIL" OF SCHOOL BOARD n> OCK MECDEH. kW 2a
MEMBER I DELECT
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MILLARD CALDWELL
GOVERNOR
c ON THIS RECORD
Andrew Sisters "S"I\RA"-lIumphrey! Bogart DISTRICT No. :] 0

Also CARTOON I' "WHAT A YYOMA I wish to announce that I am a ix

BINGO NIGHT "MR. LUCKY"' cund'Hate' fer .'reelection as a mem'bcr 0a
the Board FOR GOVERNOR;. ELECT: MILLARD. C'AL.-"
B'Si'J' f1I1lf'lrof'JDf.ft"1I'M'ft( '#LsiJitlt 'J(Ill'w.g: ; 'K&SSSSISSSSWSSSlSSSSSSSgSSIS of School from Dis r- .' ..




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PAGE FOUR OKEECIIOBEE NEWS FRIDAY, APRIL 14, 1941
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Legal Advertisements niv office: lins iniuln application for A NOTICE ()Ikeei'lioliee lbolum| rtmnlut !Store Okeecholien.
Legal Advertisements Tun. l 1'.1| to ha lasueil """PIIII. Said | (IK IVTKMION; :i TO DIMHOI.VK! : Okiwholivti. Lots 3. 4. 5. 7. 8.. I 9, H). 11 aud 12 Illk17H
----, Cuitlflcnla enilinico |he followlnir dencrloeil TUB FUM.UWINO! COHI'OHATIONM i It I. further" illrecteil I but a 11I..j lIly uf Okeethobee
MITIfK APPI.irTIOV TO MlTlfK OK AI'lMirTION JOB !prupertv III the County of I ISTIHI, HKI.OW, Vll lull cmu'oiiA- this notice I h. imblliilieU uno Will i Im nffereil for snlit It puhlleontir.v
MMI. MINOK'M I.AM: Tllh.Hl Okocchohcc' State uf Klorlilu,' to.wlf: THINSK11K: INI'DKI'UKAIED UN- the Okeei'IlIIl"00"0.. il tieuMimiiertMililUheil fur tlm liltrhcst suit! IK") cinhlilil.
III ('unit of ('oti nl.v Juilt. ., Litwi of iun: Lot 4. Buick Y. !Month Ukeecbiibco.The IiKH: Tin l I.AWoIOI'! .'1.11101'AOI. ; > I In ok.... holiee' ('111111')'. .'101"- i suliject to the rli/lit of I lie Ikua rut
Mill* of HorlilmIN 'I Notice In Iioii.tuy given thnt MrsKutherlne 1 imMoiiBiiiont ot mild property nfl AitiluLI.(4lEN'i': :: F 011 ..11110:.: I l.lil. In which toiiiitv the hiiine offlieof ': if Coininliiiiliiiiers uf ivorgiuiuIuirtn-
I HI.! KMT:! A'IK OFIniirit Chandler, bolder uf Tea iler sulil Certificate Untied. was In the 1:11'KIIoI) OU MORE CNDEH; TUBPIMIVIMONH Ilif iihovu heIdi, coriiurnllon., II' ni/c I lId.rtul. to reject Sly mi'l all Mil*.
lonts IVnri'e, lleleii "ont, I'erllflcnru No. 1x13 lisiieil the 7th duty mime of I'iiknown.I'lilem \ OK UIAP'IKK MITT.. xhon to he Inculcil, at Ilia ( ,,11'0"' .... hei/lnnlnir at 10 '"0
Mli'luinl ) nnt. mind KnvmiHtil. lonts, of July A. I>. 11M1, bus filed canto In s,,ld Cert Ifiunto shall rw reii AITS! OK 1IU1: AM AMKNDKU. LAU'HOK IN: WIT.NKSS: : \\nnitnor: i HUM.lierennlu I II'<'I"'k A. M, lull the l.'ilh day uf May
Minor I *, Okesrholieii Cniinlv. I 'lined iiiiurdlnir to Inn "property upI ri.OHIUA. I I set lilY liiiiul ami ciium'il tincinii I 11M4 Kiiseiiient: for ..lr"IIIHIIII"I ) rn
\ >tln> In liercbj I gt|M>II tu nil whom ,tilled theroln' shill ha sold, to the I Nnlli'c Is hi-rehr given under tIm ,,, !tIc It of the Stub of I'lorliln to liiniiitliin und rotul tmriM'Seii ulll beresirveil
t'I liill tin* I. .,., dinii lils.SU I Adi uf lie uffUeil at 'Tiilliiliii.i'e. the Cuplliil. .
It iini.1 concern, Unit Mnonts He.lll. RE-ELECT lnlieHI ui inn'if ( ChHiter| :
\' .' ait iiiiirilliin' lit Iiiiirii ij out* Hi the tll'lll1I"lu)' In the inontb of I't\ :: ::: Klorlilu I to earn of Hi<> I hill II... Ulll illlj, of .\1".1....A. 11, Hill IIO Mill or COMMISSIONERS!
1'..:"'re... 11..h'lI"ul... Illchnril I Youlinuil ':.I",. 1U44 which II the Jot dny of Coriiornlliins llslvil I..IIIth... 111111' I 'iMI.M.I: U. A UKAVHrerelar OK KVEItlll: .AliKH: JIIIAINAOUH !
Kit)'inuiifl \onlx'I minor* will nnIII. W. B. BABE IIi. 11141. ln'liiK Ini'iiriioriiti-il, iimli-r tin1 Inns ufKlorlilii \ ol "tnicNOTHK 1""TItIt'T
t .' "I lh I,, HIP. Iliinornlilu I T.V, ('''".',, J,., IS 1'11.1.) II..' !Si'cretury of MIllie .II'h mulniT.v t, Clerk nf the Circuit (',,"rt ot
I miiiiv.. JnilKe III mill! for inlil ( oiiMtjr.Hi 110It.. ItAt'LrnUSON.Clerk lIt siirh rurpurntluiis\ ol'I'pu| | li''. :' 01' INTENTION TO Mil. Oki'ei'hobep County iVIortitil,
his iifflce III Okoeelu) ,' III mill! Circuit Court nfnki'erbobee llniiii'Ml| for threi' (:.IP I ".'lIr. nr thump IASII as .1 KC.m for sill Itonril.H .
f' HUM'. lit 111.im' o','tl...k ii in or ni DOUGLASS County. Florida4V III the niliiu of ri'inrl| mul, |m.iiiviitiiixi'K I :NOTICE IS! III'JIUJIIcJ; I\'lN thin Kiiphruiiln Venn. Deputy" ( Clerk
..MI thereafter, as Hip) iniiiltr run lie : ,fit '..I 1 I uiiiTcr the iiro\liiloiis uf l'lui|I' liiirmiant to Heftlnn IS; (II II. 1''liiiili| i i20HJ1 43- -St
h. JH| fur. lilt IIIrtty to I""l.I m puMIc ,__ I Ii'r 1MIT7 Acts of itch" ", Laws uf Klurhlii ) l.nws ut Florlila. Acts of lUll, -- --
01" prlvatt inli*. tho Intercut of lIP tIl, I AS nuil Unit uiiilur tininn, 'Ixliiim i.>f Chill) Bwtlun ItT 'hapter I Ill? l.iiwn ""f
Ails uf linn\ I.nw* I Klorlrln! Act lit 1'i'il' :\ us aineinleil ItI
ill-Hi rllii-il roiilOKI sail fhnpter Iftnso
in in 114 I In 11"' filII"" hut
== lip .' 1 ",,'111111 II. fhiiptei Ulliins' l.ciH- > VOTE FOfl
,,iti. In siilil ('oUIII,, tn-wlt' - il Morlilii, sulil <.oriuiiilliniii| ,
RailroadCommissioner I In.,' clinmc'il IK siilijivt to liv illnBidvil Plorlilii Acts of 11111\ the rulionlnir idI
I l..it I nr lll.i 'k 'IV of \\ rlKlifnsiioni : :
) AiHItlon to tho ntv ofuWclihee i < I mul, that thnv IB) tuluplil ku. allirtin I curl luoul Intiil I In Okeechohee PountyI ALSTONCOCKKELL
nccorilliig to flat of 1 ilutu of tills iiiibllrnlliiii! eai'h uuil I KluHilii. to.wit:
null .\lllllt, 11111 fth',! In tin' orrl,,. I cv.rv. of siii'li curionitluiis| Ililfil lu"I' I I Lot 20. Block E, Wright &: Bum Sub-
1 tinI'liTk I i.f I th*' Circuit, t hurt! Hi.il, lniv not In th> nmiiitlnio'H I illvlHlon.
nf okeocliolioc ('011"1)'. Klorlilu. ELECT il I ih Ii reports ilni* nuil, .1111, ,lIlt Lot ll. Illc.ik 1. Itallrnml Aililltlon
\Milih niipll" ,'1111,111 will In' liuscil upon VCK Ilir |lilt lliliui for mile now on file III 'Chapter 14UT7 Acts of 1W11: I.iiws l,,ufI t In".K'...!, Siiliilhlulun.of Lot 1_. Kloikli Knllrc.nlH. U.S. SENATOR
nlil, ('ouiPtI .-.x-. I I HID. "' lll he I'i'rtlfleil to the ( i-
I list1t,! April 4th. A. P 1(114( .. \ ..' pni.ii who will Iwiue lr,,<'IIIIIIIII,I.," tit 'I lllllllll.
IDA IONTHiovn.LE -. t4" thill I lime' illmdiihlun Pit ti corporations, I Lot 4, Block 0, Itollrosd Addition.
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*4 Continue to profit from the I ED BAKER'

senlt'en of a public servant of I

proven ubillt), experience, In. I j j'I /\p\\
GOVERNOR
tejrrlty and a de lre to be of
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servIce to the public and his fellow .
clllens. Hi* decisions have IP.M
PithIest >Uv. th nMll 1
been bused upon evidence and he
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i Political! advertisement paid for __
Claude Pepper by frlendi of Mr. Douglass! ) News printing satisfies. I ,_ 'I
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H. has the "Know How" toad

things done for Florida.


He has already served his apprenticeship HORSE RACES 'Quite a stack of newspapers I left you Bootleggers must post Ceiling Prices'?

and with 'flying yesterday Judge. Aren't goin' in the neW9Federal Agents seize'Trick' Liquor Truck'.

colon' as a DOER. paper business, are you ?" Doesn't that go to prove, Joe, that prohibition .
"No, 1 just enjoy reading different does not prohibit?

Be has served the time necessary I papers so my nephew George sends them "I I watched conditions pretty carefully!
to me whenever he takes a business trip. during our 13 years of prohibition in this
to secure Seniority on LaBelle Fla. 1 got a big kick out of some he sent ma country. The only thing I could see we got

Important Senate Committees I from several counties when they still have out of it was bootleg liquor instead of legal

which growing f rohlbition. Particularly from some head. liquor... plus the worst crime and corruption -
are a
QUARTER HORSES lines that read 'Drunk DrivingArrestsRise', this country has ever known." '
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asset to Florida NOW and In PONIES AND

the FUTURE.Be I THOROUGH-BREDS I

Thus nlMTHmmt l/xmmul b Cmftrmct AlccMic 8n..o,. InduXna. ,...
has the courage to fight m

things through for Florida.
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BE HAS PROVEN TO PROPERLYAND HIS CAPACITY I PEACE PROGRESS PROSPERITY !



FLORIDA'S ADEQUATELY, FOR CASE INDUSTRY FOR HANDLE BUSINESS FOR APRIL 15TH AND 16TH I In his speeches .


AGRICULTURE, FOR MARL J. Ohio EDIJP1 $

CITIES TIME MATTERS, TOWNS.,COUNTIES FOR OUR' FORT THOMPSON PARKAT 1Judge\


AND TIT* STATE. 2:00 O'CLOCK P. M. drives i home I these points :


Be will be even more able to FEATURING
accomplish In the future If 4.PEACE can never be preserved at home

given a second full term. : "ALEXANDER BORDER" f or abroad as long as racial, sectional and '


Your vote and support win ; Odis Cowart, Owner, Center Hill, Fla. i' class strife are encouraged by ambitious ut -
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be appreciated. I and scheming men in their efforts to grab 'l< kim

"JOE PALOOKA"Joe
more
(Political adTerthement paid tot power. ,
by friends of Claude Pepper) : '
B. Hendry, Owner, LaBelle, Fla. 'I'PROGRESS

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This U a family war. Pal Sponsored By '1O this country is under the rule of bureau. '.

t yourWarBondbuylngthreagbthe payroll savings plan on i AMERICAN LEGION, CLEWISTON POST h-.L u,, crats who not only are able to take away ,.<

family plan, which means \Rf No. 93 .
individual freedom but edicts
our by I: I
.t'.fj ure I I' out yourself.
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1 rules and control the .... 'r-.
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'j; I ture, business and industry of the nation. '
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LEFOR : GREENGOVERNMENT :

} PROSPERITY can never be maintained as .

> long as our taxes and the money loaned


OF, BY AND FOR THE PEOPLE >* to the government by patriotic citizens a' HEAR JUDGE EDMUNDS .

HIS COVENANT 4.; to finance our country to victory is being 1f FRIDAY NIGHTAPR.14WMBR


I. Win the war and peace Restore State rights and local self Govern V' thrown away in extravagant and wasteful 7:15: Po M. f
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ment. ;' expenditures by a majority of the more
2. Kqultabl and Just taxation. No additional tax. Economy.

3. Expand and develop Florida's Industrial and all natural resources. than 2,000 federal boards, bureaus andcommissions /
4. heaper automobile license tans.B. 3- SOMETHING to think about!
Justice and equality for Industry and Labor-undemanding. now in existence. '
41. Homestead and other aid for all war veterans.
There are today 3,300,000
7. Definitely $40 per month pension for axed.! Cut red tape.
Definitely match Federal fund. for blind and dependent children. JUDGE OLLIE EDMUNDS III persons on the federal pay. .
8. liaise salaries of school teachers. Health advancement A united roll-some 60,000 of them .

rlorlda.V. serve Florida and the nation as our Sena. in Florida. ';
tarry out recommendation Florida Continuing Educational Council I Federal employee!, especially
10. Build road. Develop commercial aviation. Develop tourist trade. ,I tor by fighting to curb the power of polit- those holding non-

-1- lea I masters and helping to end federal civil service jobs form a
A True and Tried Servant of The People :.., powerful political group

-1- I: waste and extravagance-and he will do which in many case hold
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Weighed In The Balance And Found Not WantingThe k with true dignity and diplomacy I that elections a dangerous nower

-1- will win him the respect and cooperation weapon in the )hands :ofpolitical &.

Emergency Is Too Grave For Experiment fc masters seeking ,4

-,- .f hi colleagues in the Senate. more power. !
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Lex Green Is Oualified, Experienced and Worthy r .- J

GOVERNOF L To Serve As GovernorHE .... wu K PIOOO TO Mvrm VOICE HEARD THROUGH "'

-1- CandIdate for liii office of ."
a I IIDfiE OLLIE I EDMUNDS
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Experienced Worthy HAS KEPT THE FAITH AND HE WILL

Qualified Sincere KEEP FAITH WITH YOU I -J- ".. ..--_. .-\POYfICAl.-- --AOnnIll-- -llf.. -....POI" -.-._,.....-. ..t..J...-twll. .---tI'" I-) _-! ".
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