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: March 22, 1946
Publication Date: -1992
Frequency: triweekly[<1989>-1992]
weekly[ former <1926-1945>]
semiweekly[ former <1981-1983>]
three times a week
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Okeechobee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Okeechobee County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
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).
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Volume 31-Number 39 Okeechobee, Florida, Friday, March 22, 1946 Price Five Cents
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I MEMBERS AND FAMILIES OF FINE ARTS CLUB ENJOYED FINE PROGRAM THURSDAY NIGHT I Notice of for public-flood hearings control on navU Improvement

gation water conservation and stabilization .

held The their Okeechobee annual Fine dinner Art at Club the Lloyd Lightsey Killed In Automobile Wreck Sunday Morning Near Pahokee the Upper, and St related Johns purposes River ,and of

Yf' Marsh Indian River Kisslmmee
Woman Club building on Thursday ;
a night of last week, at which time WILLIAM HOSTETLER AND GAME AND FRESH WATER ; DOYLE STEWART AND MISS Lloyd C. Lightsey was killed and I(I River; Oklawaha River; and the
TO MEET IN CASH MARRIEDIN North Fork of the St. Lucie River
the families of the members were Bill Stratton, Carlysle Thomas and
MARRIED JACKSONVILLE APRIL 4 PALATKA I|I and, their tributaries, Florida; Waterway
present by Invitation Sam Joiner were seriously Injured
from the St. Johns River to
Under the direction o7 Mrs H H. I Announcement has been made of There will be a meeting of the I Word was received here this weekof In an automobile wreck that hap- the Kisslmmee River, thence to the

Rulerson, its president, and with I the marriage of William Hostetler Game and Fresh Water Fish Commission the marriage of Doyle Stewart pened five miles below Pahokee on I Okeechobee Cross-Florida Water
Mrs E. II. Hunter acting as chairmanthe \ the Belle Glade Road about two
and Mary Stewart Wallace which held at the Roosevelt Hotel and Miss Laverne Cash In a ceremony channel from Sanford to Indian .
T shaped table was set for fifty I took place at LaBelle Saturday Jacksonville, Florida, Thursday Apr I which took place at Palatkaon o'clock Sunday morning Lloyd lived I)I ; River near. Titusvllle; Oklawaha .

people Immediately before the call March 0I 4, 1946, at 10 a. m. The primary pur- Friday, March IS I until about seven o'clock Sunday I River from Lake Apopka through
to the buffet style banquet several I will be Is native of Palatka morning when he died at the Ev-l'
Mrs Hostetler Is the daughter of pose of this meeting to I I Mrs Stewart a : Lake Dora to Lake Eustis and adjoining .
delightful numbers were renderedby Sheriff and Mrs \. 0. Stewart adopt fishing regulations for the ,' while Mr. Stewart Is the son of erglades Hospital at Pahokee i'I waterways, and from Lake

embers of the High School I while Mr. Hontetler lives at Hollywood 1946.47 fishing season Sheriff and Mrs N. 0. Stewart of They were picked up and carried
Euitls Lake Griffin thence Silver
| to to
musical department, Prof. M. 0. i, They will make their home The commission will be glad to I([ Okeechobee He la in the Navy and to the Everglades Memorial Hospital Springs Run ; and for a systemof

Kent being the accompanist Among |Iin LaBellu for the present have any Interested person attend was home on leave when the wed at Pahokee where they were
Interlocking open-river and can.
these were long selections by Miss this meeting or to receive any iuggestlons I I ding took place. They are at the given emergency treatment. Later I alized channels having a depth of
s Ernestine Hunt and Instrumental (i which anyone may have to present at Palatka Bill Stratton, Carlyle Thomas and
twelve feet
ORDER EASTERN STAR and of suitable width,
solos by Rollle Raulerson MeKiniter offer Sam Joiner were carried to the Ft
I CELEBRATES BIRTHDVY ) to be constructed through rivers
Roe and Jack Boettger. RED CROSS DRIVE SLOW AT Pierce hospital where their wounds
I II and lakes and by land cuts as fol.
Among the entertainment features The local chapter of the 0. E. S. AGRICULTURAL CHEMISTRYAS : FIRST, NOW NEARS GOAL were treated.
lows From Palatka to the Indian
by members of the club were songs celebrated Its 24th birthday Tues PRACTICED IN GLADESTO All three of them returned to I
Red River at Sebastian, Melbourne, Eau
by !Mrs J. :M Roe a reading by Mrs day night, the guests of honor being AFFECT tS ALL The Okeechobee County their homes here Tuesday and are
Gallie, Cocoa such
or localityas
Cross Drive, as Important now as
R. E. Link and the amusing vocal Mrs Dorothy Graham, Grand In- reported well on their way to recovery -
music by WD. Roehmer, especially I| atructor from Pahokee, and Mrs St Louis, Mar Application of at any time during the war, was may be found suitable; from Tit-

In his witty rendition of "Short'ninBread. Mamie Alsobrook, who was the chemistry to agriculture In the given Impetus this week by the response The wreck was said to have been usvllle westerly to the St Johns

." Several request piano selections I Chapters first Worthy Matron Mrs Florida Everglades has made pos I of additional workers with caused by the heavy fog that was River thence to Lake Tohopekaliga,
: sible of articlesnow the result that with present collections I from Lake Tohopekaliga to Leesburgon
C were given by Mrs Merle Alsobrook gave an Interesting hisI production many on the road at that time and when
I I the entire and that which Is In sight Lake Harris, from Lake Harris
Bartlett. I tory of the Chapters growth She acarce throughout the car approached the curve the
The out of town guests Included I, was presented with a gift from the world Josiah Ferris, Jr, assistant will easily place this county well driver was unable to see It and the to the St Johns River near Dexter

Mr. and Mrs Alexander Sprunt and I Chapter by Mrs Frank Zander to President Clarence R Bitting of ahead of Its quota car crashed into the trees along the Lake or alternately from Lake Harris .
I the United States told The good work of the Red Cross to the Weklva River, thence to
Mr. and Mn. Allen Cru nkshank, Sandwiches, coffee Ice cream and Sugar Corp., side of the canal. The car they were
"t both being connected with the Aud- : cake were enjoyed during the social scientists at the eleventh annual goes on every day Seldom a day driving is reported to be a complete the St Johns River and from Lake

ubon Society Tours. Mr Sprunt, who hour I Chen.itrglc Conference here Tuesday passes but that the local office Is wreck. Tohopekaliga via the Klssimmee

excells In graphic account narration I I afternoon at the Statler Hotel called upon to render one service River and Lake Okeechobee to the

gave several delineations from Ne I Chemurtry as It Is practiced in or another, mostly to service men Funeral services were conducted Okeechobee Cross-Florida Water.
gro folk life of South Carolina Mr. Florida will tomorrow affect the or their families. The Red Cross Wednesday! afternoon at 1 o'clockat way.

ruinkshank gave an Interesting The ladies of Baptist Women'aMissionary nation, from Its morning cup of has done wbnderful work during the the Primitive Baptist Church A series of hearings on the above

a talk on bird habitat and by special Society held aery Interesting coffee and suit of clothes, to the war and this good work continues here for Lloyd C. Lightsey who was subjects will be held by the undersigned .

request rendered many difficult birdcalls and enjoyable business number of dollars In Its pockets," with executives serving at every killed in an automobile accident In connection with investigations .

of both well known and rare : and social meeting at the home of Ferris declared. military post at home and abroad. five miles below Pahokee Sunday for a report on the advisability

species Mrs. Zibe Williams, Mrs Rauler- The agricultural research depart Through these offices Is the only morning Rev 0. K. Sheffield of of Improvement of the streams

I son, the new president, presiding ment of the United States Sugar means of making official contacts Pierce assisted by Rev. W. R. Ft'l and waterways mentioned.

NOTICE OF !MEETING Quite a lot of business was attended I Corp, Clewlston Fla. the largest with the service men rell of Winston Selem, N. C, and The places and times of the hear.

Dee Line Highway Association an. to. Missions were the main privately financed Institution of Its Elder R. E. Campbell of Sarasota ings are as follows : ?
nual meeting for election of officers : object as March Is our Home Missions kind In the country, has made posible HOLLAND WILL BE HERE ON conducted the funeral services. (I I Leesburg, Fla, City Hall, April

and directors at which a report)!' Month. large scale production In the''' SATURDAY MARCH 30 TO SPEAK' He was born in Okeechobee 16, 1946, 11:00: a. m.'

of favorable will he |yen''/ After the business, the hostess, Everglades of such scarce Items u//I July Sebring, Fla, County Court House, .
progress ? Governor Vpessard L. Holland 25, 1923, and had lived here all ofl'I IMs
'April ..
'i- 17. 1946 10:00: : ljt5Ft .
will be held In Sebrlng Chmber of Mrs Williams, and Mrs. Alan Mark- sugar and Its by-product ortholae will be In Okeechobee on Saturday I life except!!'''' JtVJfr,ha was In', .VPierce, Fla? &onimlaslon m.yy "rt .'"*"** . w

Commerce Wednesday, 3:00: P. M., :: ham served delicious chicken salad sea; leriongrass for essential oils March 30th to speak on behalf of the Navy during the war just finIshed -I|(! Room City Hall April 24, 1949 .
March 27 A Directors will and use In stock feed ramie, the
meeting potato chips, crackers and coffee ; his candidacy for the position of'I He attended the Okeechobee 110:00 a. m.TItusville.
Immediately folow during the social hour to the fol- new wonder fiber that promises to High School and
\ 1 I United States Senator for the State was a popular Fla, County CourtHouse
M. W. Woolsey, President lowing members, revolutionize the textile Industry; "I Flnl'lda._. member of the football team He
April 25, 1946, 10:00 a. m.
fine beef root'
Mesdames Leslie Raulerson G. C. pure ; and Mr. Holland Is expected'to arrivein enlisted In the Navy April 1, 1942,I Kisslmmee, Fla, Council Chambers

PRODUCE SHIPPED BY AIR Durrance, I. W Register, Clyde starch from aweet potatoes, manu- Okeechobee at 10 a. m to greet and after he completed boot trainIng City Hall May 9, 1948, 10:00
i factured In
FROM: MIAMI AND PLANT CITY Durrance, Tom Simmons I. A. new $7,000,000 his friends In Okeechobee and will was' sent to the Pacific where a. m

Jacksonville Men 18.-Facts relative I Lowry, Robert Padgett, Martin Hancock starch plant make his talk at 11:00 a. m., after he took part In the naval battles The purpose of the hearings is

to the air transport of Florida I' R. E Hamrick, Osle Rauler- Ferris pointed out that the United which he will' proceed to Arcadia of the Philippine Sea and Leyete to learn what Federal improvements

perishables are given emphasis In a : son, B. D. Locke, Sam Davis, Wilt States Sugar Corp., by the Intelligent to talk again at 4 or 6 o'clock, then Gulf He also took part In the invasion are desired and the necessity there.

study Issued by the Bureau of Ag Raulerson, Homer Bible, Carl Dur application of farm chemurgy,( \\auchula where he Is scheduledto of Iwo Jima Okinawa and for.

ricultural Economics, U S. Depart rance, John Abney Pauline Taylor Is transforming a marshy wasteland!'I make an evening speech at 8:00: Luzon. He was discharged from the The investigations and report are

ment of Agriculture, Director William '' and Hugh Chandler into the richest soil acreage In the o'clock.A Navy and returned to his home hereIn being made'sunder the following
I world and is putting that soil Into large crowd Is expected in December
L. Wilson of the Florida State authorizations, the pertinent parts
Farmers :Markets stated this week: CHRISTIAN SCIENTISTS TO the production of, crops which not Okeechobee to hear him express his He is survived by his father and of which are quoted ..

This study spotlights Miami and TAKE \TTER' FOR SUBJECT only do not compete with family views on national and International mother Mr. and Mrs Van Lightsey, a. Item in the River and Harbor

farmers, but actually open up new matters of current Interest two brothers, John who Is now in Act
opproved August 30
Plant City as among the beet present NEXT SUNDAY MARCH 24 1935 (Pub
locations for concentration I market outlets for them the Philippines, and Matthew of lie No 409, 74th Congress), callingfor
Matter," Is the subject of the lesson I Okeechobee and
three sisters
"The Mrs
Sugar Corporation furnishesfree ,
points for perishables to be shippedby Dr and Mrs Irwin F. Dudley returned a preliminary examination and
-sermon which will be read In Joe Uuderhill of Anniston Ala. and
air. The designations of course to Florida farmers and partic- yesterday from Orlando survey ofl"Waterway
II Churches of Christ, Scientist, thru ularly to those who Its neighbors Joyce and Barbara Ann of Okeecho
are based on current productions are ! where they spent several days this from the Saint Johns
out the world on Sunday, March 2-1. in the Everglades scientific week and bee besides many other relativesand River to the Kissimmee .
and do not preclude the possibility I are visiting at the homeof River, Florida
for location of concentration points The Golden Text fat My dearly I Information In regard to soils fer Mr and Mrs Z. K. Williams. friends and thence to the Okeechobee

in other areas," Wilson declared. beloved flee from idolatry' ((1 Cor tilisers, mechnlcal planting, cultiI I Following the services at the I Cross-Florida Canal Channel. ."

10: 14). vating and harvesting problems, and I Mrs. Bernice Sellers and two church the body was laid to rest in I f. Items in the River and Harbor

A new six million dollar paper Among the citations which com I then pays these farmers top prices daughters, Miss Betty Jo and Mrs. the Fort Drum cemetery with Yates Act approved March 2, 1945 (Public
prise the lesson-sermon Is the following for their sugar cane, sweet potatoes Funeral Home of Fort Pierce in I Law 14 79th
mill Is being constructed at Palatka I Edward Alsobrook, and Frank Keene Congress), calling for
from the Bible 'Thou ihalt charge of the burial.
and beef cattle, Ferris said
for the Hudson Pulp and Paper I' and family of Arcadia, spent Sun preliminary examintions and surveys -
have other before The active pall bearers Sal-
of Sew York no gods me. Research and In were of:
Corp City Merritt,! experiments constantly day Okeechobee visiting Mr and
Chapman and Scott of New York are Thou shalt not make unto thee any I carried on by the company Mrs Dowling Watford and Mr and ter Watford H. C. Watford, Jr., 'Kissimmee' River, Florida . .

the contractors The plant will occupy -I I' graven Image or any likeness of for Improving present crops and developing Mrs Willie Norrls Sam Thomas, J. P. Parkerson, Henry "Oklawaha' River Florida, from .'
I I any thing that Is in heaven above,I Walker Jr, and H R. Anderson Lake
approximately ISO,000 square new ones now promise Apopka through Lake Dora to
feet and will employ BOO people in 1,I, or that Is In the earth beneath, or j production of cellulose products Ellis Rye of Jacksonville has accepted The honorary pall bearers were Syl- Lake Eustis and adjoining waterways .
that Is in the water under the earth: venue Harden, Robert Nix, HerbertNix .
the manufacture of kraft paper. | such as corrugated board and liner a position with the Okeechobee -
I Thou shalt not bow down thyself to commercial alcohol Alto Watford Jr, John Brezglel 'Oklawaha'
paper and other Motor Company as a mechanic River Florida, from

Work was' started last week on them nor serve them" (Ex 20:3-5). solvents, vegetable oils, fats, proteins ,' and arrived here last week. Mr. Desmond Campbell, Donald Lake Eustis to Lake Griffin, and

a $1900,000 hotel at Bal Harbour, The lesson-sermon also Includes I and plastics, he said Rye was connected with the Duval Hughes, Howard Seville Clifton thence from Lake Griffin to Silver
I Lightsey and M J. Anderson .
new development north of Surfsid the following passage from the Ferris paid tribute to the contri Motor Company of Jacksonville, the I Springs RunOklawaha .

and Miami Beach The new hotel I Chrlatlan Science textbook, "Scl1 butlon made to scientific progressIn oldest Ford dealer in that city, for -- River and its trlbutar-

will be redy for next season the 1 ence and Health with Key to the the Everglades by members of many years before coming to Okee Dr and Mrs N H. Link and son lea, Florida, with a view to Improvement

owner, Harold A Clark sttes I!I Scriptures by Mary Baker Eddy I the National Farm Chemurgic chobee Robert arrived In Okeechobee last In the interest of navigation

I "Matter Is an error of statement Council and by scientists In the __ week nd are spending two weeks flood control and related purposes

The success of Georgia's woman I This error In the premise leads to! Bureau of Agricultural and Industrial Mr and Mrs V. F Reeves returned hers with their parents, Mr and "For a system of Interlocking op

candidate for congress who recently I errors In the conclusion In every I Chemistry and the Southern to their home in Okeechobee Mrs R. E Link. en-river and canalized channels having

defeated seven men opponents has i statement Into which It enters Research Laboratory of the United Sunday morning from Biloxl, Miss, They came here from Oxnard, Cal. a depth of twelve feet, and of

spurred Polly Rose Balfe to step up I Nothing we can say or believe regarding ,I States Department of Agriculture where they spent last week with where Dr. Link has been stationed suitable width to be constructed

the vigor of her csmpaign. Recognizing matter Is immortal, formatter He invited the scientists of Florida their son Laurens who Is at the In the Medical Corps of the Navy through riven and lakes, and by
Holland and Green as strong Is temporal and If therefon' l to see the results of their efforts army camp there Mrs. Bill Wallace during the war After their visit land cuts, as follows From Pal atke -

opponents, she expresses confidencein I a mortal phenomenon, a human I,'I I put to work In the 'Glades by the returned with them after a week here Is out they will go to New Florida to the Indian River at

her ability to give them a run for concept, sometimes beautiful, alwaysp. ''I productive combination of capital! spent at Greenwood, Miss., where York where he will begin his prac- Sebastian Melbourne, Eau GIllie,

their money. erroneous" ( 277i: 26-32). and labor she visited relatives and friends. tice again (Continued on Page 3)




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January Disasters Bring (Ohccdl1hCl( J'Cl1S{ NOTICE 8KI.I.01"' INTENTION LAND TO ; Op d ".i." 1.

pursuant to Section I 13 (I),' haptor NOW : \' :
ioim: lass of Florida, Arts of 11)41. > .
Quick Red Cross ActionDestructive Published Every Friday by the and Section (IT. Chapter 11717. Lam .
1 of Florida I Acts of 1031. M OPEN
Xlkeechobe Newt Co., at OIMCBObee Section 11, Chapter' "'s of 'j:1
floods and tornadoes Red Cross disaster unit, through Okeechobe County, Florida Florida. Arts of 1041, ; :r'al pur- :'
beginning in early January were advance weather bureau advisories, mint to Portion 42 Chapter 20722. a .
BRYANT ........ .
Lowe of Florida Acts of 1IM1. ns .
grim reminders that more Americans have warned residents In time for amended by Section II, Chapter 22071), o' .
died in home-front accidents safe evacuation; in remote sections, I Entered; im tnnrt flail matter July low of i'lurldn Act of 11(43.( anil M / J
and disasters during World War II they have effected rescues. In all I, 191*. at the Poet Office In OkeeehoHtf Section 41. Chapter 20722. Laws of fti .
Fla., under Act of Mar 8, 187*. Florida Acts of 1041 ns amended bv: r ( -
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than as war casualties. disasters, tornadoes, fires, floods, Section 21. Chapter 2'J07II.: lows of -
By mid-month the siege, broughton 'hurricanes, train wrecks, they have SUBSCRIPTION RATE Klorliln. Act of 1M! the InnInscribed
unseasonably early by warm quickly sought out injured, given One Tear In advance ..........|200 ('.Flurlila to-wltl lands 1 In Ukeechnbee County j.

weather and heavy rains, had first aid, and arranged hospital Six Monthi Monthi In advance advance ............ 1.00.75 Ji: ; 1 to 4 Inc. Due 1S2. City: of e
claimed E4 dead and upwards of care. Hundreds of thousands of Three_ Ofcepi-hnhen :"
records indicate. sheltered Lou 1 snit 3 to 12 Blk. 01. City:
150 hospitalized, homeless have been of Okiwhnhpe '
Thousands of families in rural clothed, and fed. ,I "''''''' ''''''''''''''' I.ntu 1 to 12 Inc, Blk. 86, City: of I 1

areas of 11 mldwestern and southern In Paterson, New Jersey, a new Okeechobee
Lots 7 to 11 Inc, Blk. 188, City: of
states have been affected. chapter disaster chairman successfully Local and Personal Okeechohce ,
Red Cross chapter workers who tackled problems of the worst Lots 4. II.I and \0, Blk. 122, City: I p1.)

last year helped their communities flood in that city's history. Two ............... ............... : lets of Okeprhnhra T to 11 Inc, silk 1ST, Cityof ,; M ARI MEL AN . \
through 260 disasters have again days after a Red Cross disaster Okeechohee FLORIDA .
worked 'round the clock. Assisting conference In Montgomery, Alabama I 1 Mrs. Z. K. Williams spent Thursday lots 1 to in Inc.. and 13' Blk. 57 4

them have been doctors, nurses, and a tornado ripped throughthe i and Friday of last week In Mi Lota City 2. of 3. 1 Okwhohee and 7, Hlk. 2, Wrlght'i . .. .
others rushed by the Red Cross to city Outstanding care given 1st Add '=---.- -.- ---- = =;
stricken areas. Surveys for the refurnishing the injured wrote a bright page in I ami. T.ot 0, Bib tat! fltsr of Okeechohee .
I Tnt 1. Hlk. 171 City of OkeechoheeTot
rebuilding, and repair- the year's disaster medical history.In 1 to rt Inl? Blk. 84 City: of I IOkwchnhce
ing of damaged or destroyed states where polio outbreaks I Mr. and Mrs. F. L. Green left I PLUSffilHG FIXTURES':

homes, barns, and other buildings occurred, Red Cross chapter volun.teers I Tuesday for Forsythe, Go., where I II 1 I Tot Lots 1,1 Blk.to 20 1RO ins. City. Hlk.of Okeechobee 101! Lots 11 I,

began immediately. Rehabilitationwill hurriedly improvised hospital ; they are spending the week visiting to 20 (no? Blk. 221: Lota 1 to 231] !i I
be completed in March. Un- articles. In Salt Lake City, Disaster Inc. Blk. 21. Northwest AdditionLot f
I friends and relatives 1 to 17 toe.. Blk. Wood
doubtedly new disasters will strike Service supplied face masks, land Park Additionwill Electrical and Household SuppliesKITCHEN
during the spring months and will children's nightgowns, hospital'I I he offered for sale at pnolle out.
keep tho organization working at shirts, surgical gowns for nurses, lion. Colin English, State SuperIntendent cry for the highest and boat cash bid
top speed in this humanitarian pa- blankets, and sheets. When flannelette '| of Public Instruction, of I I subject("omml.'onera to' the 0'ht Evprlflndea of the Bosrd Drain'Ago of II ,

rade which never ends. could not be found for hot Tallahassee, was a visitor spendingsome I District VoIr.. .bo'bpcfo,,nn/! SINKS .. t

In providing food, clothing, packs, Red Cross supplied 1,000 time In Okeechobee Wednes I. r'ommlniilonera Florida! to retort any and all Mdnt .. I II
shelter, medical and nursing care, diapers for the purpose. thi Conrthoiigo, beginning' at 10:00 I 30x21 30x18
varying problems confront the Red But whether disaster or any of day. o'clock A. M. on the lqth dny of .
1 IDIrt Easement for 1rninflre' 24x16 24 16
Cross, particularly in rural sections.In many other Red Cross services, all and March rerlnmntlnn and road purposes I x .1
flooded Mississippi valley are available to people in rural Sergeant Chaa. E. Smith, Jr., I wilt be reserved. '

areas, Red Cross has obtained a communities no less than in large spent the week end In Okeechobee noutn OF COMMISSIONERS : .
priority release of house trailersto cities. Home nursing, farm acci OF nVEROIADES DRAINAGE
with his father, Chas. E. Smith, Sr., nisnticTnml
supplement tents used in dent prevention, assistance to families BEAUTIFUL CEILING FIXTURES.
before repotting back to the Army : .
sheltering farmers rescued from of men in uniform and to veterans I' rtruiU) OF COt'XTY ('mI.'fI""IO'iI.UII I
flooded areas. When evacuation of these services continue April 1st. % ror\TY: OF FTorurMBv OKIECHOnin I 'if

farm families and livestock has year-in, year-out. During March I I MABCl. 1'. RAmERSOX, !
been necessary, coast guard and the Red Cross is appealing for 1: Mr. and Mrs. L. M. Rauler on returned Clerk Clerk of of the the circuit Circuit Court'ourt of I EBNER'S ..
navy boats have assisted. Recent $100,000,000. It needs every bit of to their home here Friday Okeochobpe County. Florida\ I.. I
coal shortages in disaster areas that amount to meet obligations to I ns agent for mild\ BonrduBv .
from North Carolina where they Sophronln Pease, Deputy: Clerk Ii 712 714 Orange Avenue
were relieved when Red Cross action the armed forces and civilian popu- '
resulted in diversion of fuel lation. Tint, the past two weeks visiting Ft Pierce I

to critical sections. "We all have a share in the relatives and, friends. II
An hour after surveys have been American Red Cross," said Basil Subscribe to The News I . __ _= I

completed, the Red Cross has ob- O'Connor, Red Cross Chairman, Mr. and !Sirs Virgil Link and

tained priority release of lumber when the "Let'sall .. .. ... . .. .
announcing appeal.
daughter, Jan, of Jacksonville, were -- --------------- --- -- ------ -----
and other building materials. Included maintain that share by con :
has been screen wire to help tributing generously to the 1910 | visitors spending last week end In

prevent the spread of disease in Fund Campaign and keep our Red I Okec'chobre visiting their parents
polio and malaria-affected sections.In Cross society the strongest in the I :Mr. and Mrs R. E. Link. II YOUR MONEYin
floods and hurricanes, local world." I _

: I Mrs. B. E. Alsobrook and dough your bank is safe, convenient, and helps your '

Saving lend Spending I teifl Mrs. Clyde Christopher and community to grow. .

GILBERT two children, spent several days of ,
THEATRE NE who examines his ;I this week here visiting friends and

O thought may be surprisedto !, attending tho Eastern Star party

.': ==;.-. ?= :x: -;.: x.__- note the! amount of men- i i Tuesday night.
tnl niilcngc devoted to saving and
Sunday and onday spending us related to meeting the I I I Doing your banking business' outride Okeechobee .

huiiiiin need In fact, ninny Mr and Mrs W. \Vhidden re- is doing it the hard way.
March 1-23, 1948 11101'-1 I ,
tals tinned their
seem to carry on a to home in Luke
niinersntinn with themselves as Placid this week
after spending last
to what they shall spend und what'
I week here with their son-in-Isw and
-ALLYN JOSLYN they shall not spend, lio%>* much Help bank by doing business at home:
they shall save and how much Slighter, Mr. and Mrs Z. K. Williams your

In"JUMOR they wish they could save \ and family '. t- .. 1
MISS" Here -
someone may interpose: I
.' MAre you/implying that saving ; '
'I.. I Mimes Betty Barber and Perrille 1
> also and spi-inIniM are not worthy of I II
| considerable thought and ntten- I Hunt arrived home yesterday morn11g the Red Cross YOUR HELP IS NEEDED Today,
NEWS nnd CARTOONFriday i tion? Surely these are important 1 from Tallahassee where tKyaic 1 Support Tomorro'Y and Every Day
human activities und should have attending school at the Florida

.:..:..y.s.s..r.r.r.r: : : :..:..:.r..:. i careful consideration," I Suite" College for Women, and are
The problem of meeting human
pending several day with their
end I needs certainly merits careful, I I -
SaturdayMarch fan hies.r.
i even prayerful thought, but never ,
29.30 h there reason for fearful or imxious Ft.I I KEEP OKEECHOBEE COUNTY MONEY IN OKEECHOBEE

thought taking. It is Important ' und Mrs. Ray Simmons of
to happiness to understand ,,
SUNSET CARSON I M\c-n were visitors spending Wed-
| that the human need is met "
nesday In Okeechokeo..
They came
through spiritual understanding,
through Intelligent faith in God, over with Sheriff Floyd Ellis wio I Okeechobee Bank
rather than through mere moneymaking went on to Ft. Pierce where he attended -
and spending or human ,I a meeting of East Coast
planning, however detailed Christ'' sheriffs OFFICERS
o -
Jesus gave the perfect rule for I
C. II 'UrNTLTY President S. H. McDOUGALD, Vice-Pres. and Cashier
"sTIt.\ GE ILLUSION" meeting human needs when he I
said (Matthew 6:33): ), "Seek >'ellrst The belief that good comes N. RAY CARROLL, Vice-Prei. R. G. DYNES, Asit. Cashier
with the kingdom of Cod and his either of saving or of spending is DIRECTORS
JIMMY! LYDON righteousness; and all these things' the basic error underlying limita
shall be added unto . JOHN ROE, Sr.
you" tion. God, the author of all good,
also Jesus set an example of loving constantly blesses Ilis children. \V. ALLEN MARKHAM, Jr. S. II McDOUGALD E. M. MESERVE

and compassionate meeting of Good is always at hand and is not J. 0. PEARCE
NEWS and CARTOON I human needs, yet how little is said to be had through spending or

in the Gospels about saving and through saving money or bodily .. .. . .. .. .. . .
---- -- --- - ---- -'--------------
.:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:. spending. On one occasion, after energy or any material com- ----.-----.-- --
feeding a multitude, the Master modity. We may well spend
recommended that the fragmentsof righteous effort in gaining an
Coming loaves and fishes be gathered I, understanding of God, and like
I in order that nothing should be wise we may well save, untouched
"WIIERE DO WE GO FROM lost. Here was an example of by the world, our natural heritageof I
HERE" thrift worthy of emulation in the purity, childlikeness, and grace.
affairs of families and of nations. Thus we place both saving and JUST RECEIVED - -
TOBY DOWDY and theBtRN In Jesus' words and works there spending In the spiritually mental

DANCE: GVNG" I, was never an instance of fearful realm and open the way for a
thought taking for the human higher sense of supply and free.
CALL OF TilE WILD" need, never a hint of selfish or dom.
thoughtless spending. lie was Foolish WE HAVE JUST RECEIVEDA
aware of the care of his heavenly spending and fearful
Father and knew that man's needis 1 saving both evidence the belief
Advertise In The News met through conscious unity that matter is substance and that SHIPMENT OFTIRES

!i with God, his divine source. supply is material instead of
.. spiritual. Since Spirit is ever-
--- '
1 present substance, the proverbial
rainy day can never come. One
might better save for a sunny day
than for a rainy one.

CEMENrr Wisdom In the use of what we .
have is essential to progress. Mary'I .
Baker Eddy writes in "Miscellane .
ous Writings" (p. 288)), "Wisdom
in human action begins with what

Is nearest right under the circumstances ALL SIZES, BOTH PASSENGER AND TRUCKS
BlocksWe and thence achieves
the absolute." It is certainly

nearer right to save money for
humanitarian effort than to spend

foolishly on things not needed. Okeechobee Motor Co.
are now manufacturing Cement Blocksat However, the highest wisdom is
constantly to seek a higher understanding !
plant in Okeechobee and
our can furnish the of God and daily to dera-

people of this county with any amount they onstrate that understanding in

desire. higher and holier lives. Living SALES gggP SERVICEU.
close to God we minimize the demands

Our Blocks are manufactured to meet Fed of materiality and increase' f
our joyous demands "
on divine
eral and State specifications. Love for sustenance. Those demands S. Tires Telephone 44 Pureoil

are met. Says the apostle
(James 1:11)), "Every good gift

McMULLEN & ROYSTERPhone and above every, and cometh perfect down gift from is from the WHERE SERVICE IS A FACT _

Father of lights, with whom Is no III .

130 variableness, neither shadow of .
Okeechobee I '
turning. The CMtttan Science



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- I FRIDAY. MARCH 22, 1948 THE OKEECnOBEE NEWS ____________________________________________________________
'''P _'__ __ ___. -
rL ;,1:.. ARMY ENGINEERS WILL HOLD be* moved over the requested navigation 1 NOTICE
Political oKErccrtonEn' I-OPNTY. FLORIDA
? .. MEETINGS ON K1SSIMMEE Improvements) terminal, facilities FVIirinirv' M. 104(1(
! t 1Itf.. RIVER PROJECT available or which\ may bo Iinrniiniit to' Section' 0 of Chapter
I. Announcements 1":2-W. tnt>'. nf Florida Arts of 1H3T.
; ,;\t.;:: (Continued from Page 1)) pro\ldcd' 1 by local 'interests for known an the MfKPIlV ACT. and In Ian or woman to list show and sell Farms and countryproperties
I handling freight and passengers; niirmmnce of Chapter 2nn.W. Laws ofFt'Hdn
'.' " Cocoa, or such other locality as may Act of toll known aa the 1 11'H1' to people our National Advertising brings to you
i f:;r and ftemlicd estimates of savings FOR REPRESENTATIVE IN Fl'Fitn1.APES DILtlNAGF Di5'
: be found 1 moot auitahle; from Titus.i'f' ACT. the following rirsrrlhm i Experience' not essential, we train you for the work.A .
which would result from the improvements
:' ;, . Inml. sltimtpit In Kverirlmli Prat'inueniittrlrf
vllle westerly to the Saint Johns
: : r wish to that I In Okpprhohi'O County, Flay profitable permanent connection with the World's Largest
am a
J;' \ River, thence to Lake Tohopckaliga; Mn will 1m offered for mule at public I
: .. Information Is also desired on the candidate for reelection as Representative ontrr' fm the htgheet nod heat cash Country Real Estate Agency; In business 40 years Many of
. ; from Lake Tohopekallga, to Lees- Mil' snlijprf to the rlffht of the Trilltion ,
1' bearing the requested Improvements In the Legislature for o' the Internal Improvement I our agents are earning over $8,000
'i< : burg, on Lake Harris' from Lake per year.
Fund and of Board nf Commlsulnuprn .
the -
may have pollution abatement, Okeechobee In the Democratic :: : :
Saint !
.L.. ' Harris to the Johns River nf Rrergtedrs Prnlnnae District Preference given to applicants located In to'wn. or villages
4' other related to cold all Mil at the '
malarial control, and Primary May 7. reject any *
;..r' near Dexter Lake or alternately: rnnrthmiHp.: bpelmilnff I nt 10:00: ,, I'I'n'rln"k of town village
mrln highways at edge or
from subjects W. J. (Bill) HENDRY A, M, nn the lqth rtiiv of'' on
... Lake Harris tho W klwa
:... to >fnrph. inirt As to nil rnrcp1 of land I
A. B. Jones
.s River, thence to the Saint Johns of ton arrps or more. title to one.half Our Field Representative will contact you during 'the first part
\ FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER of and' thrpp-fowrths nf.
Colonel of Engineers pptrolpiim
i": ,. : . River; and from Lake Tohopekaliga other minerals will lie ronervpit bv :, I ITrll.l"p. of April. Please write stating address and phone.
.\ "' -. District EngineerCLASSIFIED DISTRICT :NO.! TWOI nf the Intnrnal improvement ,
via the nissln:: River
moo and Lake' Fynrl Riuomptitx for' mail rluht' of SPROUT REALTY AGENCY
: that I
wish to
announce am a
.7 : Okeechobee to a connection with the wee 2"0 feet wide will he rewrvetl b* |
: candidate for reelection to the of- unlit Trnntppii from nnv pored through I Iwn P. 0. Box 10R4 Lakeland, Florida

<" .'. + Okeechobee rods-Florida Channel; "M<-:<(-:","," :':":--:" :":":" :":": :":" :' fire of County Commissioner from m'nunrr rh thsis\ MI tcr;xJttTt! drelnn! !;tale''e'I jc-t- Offices Count to Coast
; J all with a view to Improvement In !
: Ir : 9 'III cr 1 I n'rreev J
I _. ." District Two (Basslnger) for Okeechohee . I 1, fer",1 b. hr 1uurd
1 the
c.i Interest of navigation; flood con ADS .. .
' .';'" County In the Democratic Crommtrnr! rl F: ezaIH: s):1' --- ---- ._- -- ----- -- -
trol, and water conservation." nc" Dls'r'.it.

All Interested parties, Including .......,...'..............'...!..,! .....................'...........',..........,...... .', I Primary' to be held May 7, 1940. "'.'rr.tfr '

W. F. WALKER Lot 0 Hlk. 111. ritv of Okp..ehohi>e
::1., Federal, State, and local govern FOUND 1 Check Zipper Pocket Lots T to 10 Inc. elk 17t. City ONE DAY RADIO SERVICE

mental officials, flood control and Contains 1 1 nf Okporhnhop
Book. pair glasses, :
FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONERI 2 nik SI. City of OkppchnhesI.nt
j .,', navigation Interests, and the officials fountain pen, 1 comb, rouge and one 1. Hlk. W (City nf Okewhnhp
: I DISTRICT NO. ttike Lots 4 and 12. Talk led. City nf
{; of any drainage district or handkerchief. Emma Quarles. Ok".rhn"l'p I GAUQNER! RADIO & APPLIANCECorner

. other local association, representa r !' this opportunity to announce Tot 12. Hlk. IQ1. City of Okeechnheel
I I Iot 1 to 10 Inc, nik. IHV City
that I candidate for reelect.
lives of civic and commercial organizations am a of Okoprhohi-o

and ion as County Commissioner for T nt 14. Hlk. W City: of OkppihoWI Easter Ave. and 12th Street
private Individuals, FOR SALE-6 choice lots In fear 12 Hlk. 1t0 City of Okopohnhp

.,-t.# ..,<: whose Interests nay be affected by of Meserve Hardware Store. Sell District No. 4, subject to the Demo-' Lots ht 4 Add, 1nn,1 8, nIk. 2. Wrlzht's FORT PIERCE, FLORIDA

Improvement of any of the streams trade. What have ? Mike cratlc Primary to' be held May 7.
or you 1'IWq1'pr!' or THK INTFU
t": or provision of any of the canals Schulman. ,j C. E. DRAWDY NVT, IMl'ltOVFMEVT: Kt'NnOK \L;: s IIORIZED PIIlL(() AGENCY

and I THE 8TATH' ()(' FLOP!
: ,, ;L. '. waterways under consideration, -- lOA

. J";; are requested to be present or to be I FOR MEMBER OF SCHOOL BOARDDISTRICT HOMtP OF COMMI!'!"tO\r''S!
4.: : represented at any or all of the WANTED-We have an opening for NO.1' AfR DISTRICT

.. hearings named above. They are invited a young reliable man In our organization I wish to' announce that I am a ill MAIiri. 1'. IlAt'IKRSOV!' : nt

.1' ,. to furnish Information regard'' I to learn the parts and I'' candidate for reelection as a member mil for Tinpr.Truntpfs...rmont of Fond the Inter and'

J' L Ing the character and extent of the accessory management This is a of the School Board of Okeechobee of for Hverirliiilps:Paned. ot Pralnnse rnmiiilsiloiirri Pintrli .

. yf:. Improvements desired In each of the wonderful opportunity for a future County from District No. 1 In Ploriln, t,, Okperbiihe Coiinly

.... streams and waterways mentioned for the 'right man Okeechobee tho Democratic Primary May 7. I d

and to give specific data on the neeesi.ty :Motor Co. > will appreciate your vote and sup- i NOTICE 01" TF.STS TO

for improvement. They will | port. I XI-1.1 I..\M>
I :NOTU'H: 'IS lll'.liKIM. UUEN thAI
be given opportunity to suggest I II' I' W. H. HARDEN imi.ua lu Sill( ,,.' 13: III.I) Chniili-t
4 RXCIIESXD CATTLE GR VZ1NC. I OiTis, liiio uf FI"rhlllo"A .-f 1IM1ml ONE COATCOVERS
measures considered desirable In the I" Stftliin 1 D7 Clinnlcr 14717. Laws
"a' '. interests of flood control, navigation |I TRACTS ARE SVLEVBLE NOW FOR REPRESENTATIVE!' IN THE, .r rioil.lii' '. ,lit. if r.Ul.: ns iiiiioinlix!
WE ARE CONNECTED: WITH j I.''i' Sir I Inn 11. ('iii,pier ZOI, ;>I. Lawn ot "$0
and related purpose They are I LEOISL\TURE 'Inrlilii. Ann i :MONEYED INVESTORS. IF INTERESTED p limit to 1 SIM'("Inn 4J. I'linptpr 07JV
especially requested to submit tpeciflo To' My Friends Lone .f ,.riot(Mi.' Arts of 1'Ml! .isnipnili'il
figures on the nature and extent I I wish to announce that I am a 1: liv :i :.O\111. ('ti f"II'ITJ| ; i2(:j\li Mae'l 016. V. a..aT. OeeliaNO
ACE M. SHERWOOD, P. 0. BOX .uns, of t9urd. ( ) : aSeetlan i !
.g of flood losses suffered under candidate for the office of Representative 41 1. L'1I"plpr| ZUT2:!. lawn ntI'liirliln BRUSH MARKS
,,851 CORAL GABLES, FLA., WITII In the Florida A<'tH ",l 1)141 ns nun-mini" i iSpptlon 10
existing conditions; nature and ex Legislature ( 21. ('".."I"r 2.MI7II./ I.nns II i iloilihi.
tent of benefits that would result i LESLIE II. COOMBES: BROKER. from Okeechobce County for the I+ ( Arts ol IIMT: the fullo l..' .
I "liii-ilheit, limits (lu likuiK liuliee Coiinu''
!: from requested flood control improvements I first time In the Democratic Prl.1 lurlilii' lii-nlf

; number, sine, draft, and I''MARINE PLYWOOD FISHING AND mary to be held May 7. I will ap I)pnrrlpllont

l. predate your support and vote. I Lola 7. I S and 0. Hlk. 123. City of
type of vessels they expect would 11! OUTBOARD BOATS ready for de- I OkpwhnbeeLot
A : JOE BO GIO\'ANN I 1 4, Inc. of
use the Improved streams and waterways livery. CORRECT CRAFT mahogany I Okiwhobi-e tll Hlk. 123. Cltv

and the economic benefits to planked runabouts and cruisers; Lot 1 In \II III r' and 11. Blk. 112
be derived from the requested navigation of these models ready for Im- :A and I). Hlk. 53 City of Okce AVERAGECAR
', ,
Improvements" which may delivery. Pine Castle Boat 4 to 17. 10 to 21. 24 'tn 211 Blk

:;;: : Justify their piovlilon by the Federal & Construction Co., Pine Castle and I with to announce that I am a 2, Gunners Illo-hlnnila SID
I I.nts 1 to 211 lin, ., Hlk. 23. CunnorsHighland
i candidate for reelection as a member
Faiticuldily desired | Titusvllle, Florida.i ( S/D 'yn
of the School 1 Board from District Lot. 1, 2 :3 to 8. 11. 12. 11 t" 22 tfrJ?
are itemized estimates of 2:% and 2H\ Hlk. 211, Conners UlvhInnils ( -
', i No.3, subject to the Demo- S/D
flood losses and damages now suffered .
Lore 1 tn ZIIn.( ., Blk. 47 Conners
: ; :, ; benefits which will accrue Gems for Your ScrapbookMEDITATION crntlc Primary to be held May 7, Illnhlands 8/D

. I... . j x, ...... from requested flood-control 1mj I' School District No. 3 comprises Baa-, Tot South n pxi-i-iir OkpochobepIi.tn # 10 ft. Blk. 10,
provencntsitemised estimates o.f ;i I singer, Fort Drum and Potters. II tn *11 Inc.. Blk. 110. City olOkeechohe t1

freight end passengers which may Meditation i Is the nurse of thoughtand I I will appreciate your vote and Lilt :3. Hlk, 3: South OkoocliohoeI.ntu
.. 2 In 10 Inc.. std 13. Hlk. 31,,
- the meditaI .
food for
thought suppot. Cltv of OkeechoheeNH

I tlon.-C. Simmons. W. J. THOMAS nf 81\1 of NW'l "t MVV,
Si.p. 27 Twin. N7. Ktfp. 13 U.u
SPESSARD L. I Tot 1. 14th 3T. City of Okeechohe' .
-- I Meditation la that exercise of thei Lads 1 In 4 Inc.. 131k. L72.: ('Itv\ .,f .;:'''' '.'-

i rind by which It recalls a known FOR CLERK OF THE LoT''e8! 'Inn. 11 and. 12 Hlk
HOLLANDf9rUI"ED CIRCUIT COURTI 107 City of OkopoholiPPLot. Why drive look'l
truth kind of creatures do .. sorry
as dome wish to' announce that I am a 0 to 12 Inc.. )!Ik. 121, MM .I'I IOKriH
their food, to be ruminated upon till hiibi-e ing car when NU-
candidate succeed myself as Clerk i
ill the valuable parts bo extracted. ( will\ IIP nffi-rpil for anil' Irstllutstout., ENAMEL will make it
r ; cwt of the Circuit Court for Okeecho- pry for the hlifliost" amiI t ' 1
-Bp. George home ,I .. of ;the Bnarrt of1mwt' look
S6Y1 bee County In the Democratic Primary -|( ,11,1,1: ;'!" II"I II ihc* fhi r.ypreliKti's: : , new? "Paint-it-

It Is easier to got\ miles to hears :May 7. I will appreciate your ",,' "n ;UtKtilit..IIt..lnl".r, ami. ..OKpPi'hnbi-e r l C""V yourself"-easily. You're

lernion, than to spend one quarter vote and support I Klnrlili.tinCourthouse., to roji-et. nn\bPirlnnlnu' and all n' 1C Mil"nl , bound to get expert C.

of an hour in meditating. upon It MABEL 1'. RAULERSON oVIopk A. M on the lith day of results. Come in-we'll
--- ------- April nut nnaomont for ilralnniti
vhen r home.-Philip Henry
come VOTICEVoHcK ,. 01 i "rr'I>iiinilnii( A'1'011,1' \ pnriiosisVl'l show you how. And you
'In hnrohv clvon thnt the. I .' 1)0 rtHTTOll.r.r .
It i Ie not he that reads most but ftrnril of Public TnorrncHnn of Okpcohnl I can try before you buy.
> \np or
,> CVuntv ,F'nrlrtn.' hfire cJinncix!
he that meditates moat on divinetruth OK Kvnu.-.i.API I.:!' niiAivAOB I
the "onl1lnrl a .f the Three School
that will prove to be the Patriot of cold fniintv and snlrthnnnilnrlps. iMsruicrr.o"i'Y 1
na changed' : are as fnl- '
choicest wlseit! strongest Christ- .. : {>!" roi'NTY TOMMI.810NEIM

m.- Bp. Joseph :Hall, nr>THTrr: vn 1. IVirlnntnff at thelnter.ertlnn :J: {'IH "''TY.: OK RI! OHIII nKITrilO1IH : V GI 'b rt Ghevrnlet! Co.
rf ,
b the Trnvp hn linn fllMti "- By MABEL I' RAtTLEIISOt"'k :-:.
I )(. Township. It end in rltli trttt .. the Circuit fiiiiri nlOkepih'ihpc
Thought must be made better, and! Imminrtn-v of "tnti. TTIsn'vnv Jfo. ( .ul ('iinntv Pli.rliln Pbo 54
!0 and In "nnthorlv' direction' re Okeechobee Fla.
Uhf human life more fruitful, for the nil egret for said\ I.111.In I ,
n'nnir the Fast honiinilnrr of StateTTIirlnvnv By SOI'HUOXIA I'E.\crE.
3rd T divine energy to move it onwardand \0, r t- PlO 11 font, irnflivvtt .. o'put Clerk: ..
aTaaa -
of n n OTrpfrhnhf" thence -
upward.-:Mary Baker Eddy. SoM'hwpnterlv! n'onH'-" 1T f- nt wnti-r - .. --
Loral nfnrpmM to tin Month of the 1------- r.a ____769dYda'atl '
Happy the heart that keeps its twilight T'Nwfiwmpo Tt'''''" fh"ni o In a -in.th..
westerly dtrm>fln" nton* the Knit
hour, I.onndnrr nf th" F'.ammee TI..I' tn
the .t."t'on' of ,
the 4nr/h "onn"
And, In the depths of heavenly peace ..,. "t yerflea 20 wnwn.htn M Snrk."a' .
STATESSENATE reclined .. R1 Fact'. lhoeva 1'a.t': t. the
"aon'Ithen.t, en.nee nf II nNn. 11 "nw-' ANNOUNCEMENT
Loves to commune with thought. of ."In M lI"nt" 11."I"I Fast': : ?hence
'"n.t" .'<>nll' n'5,.. t. the ".rlh,
tender power- "'n.' ",.....n.. nf C "tI"e 'enwn.hln MelM.t"
FLORIDA and the Nation ;I Thoughts that ascend, like angels ; T>.".... 3Fnt': thence Feat.
'n"ot wownahlo ,It,. l1vMln! Town.ehln. .
Need in the United,Stattt beautiful, 11 end M t. the point of l>!'-

Smote such Outstanding Service A shining Jacob's-ladder of the nlnnlnePTeTnyeT'n I I Lt. Commander Paul E. Kohler, Jr., wishes to
n nn0lnnlnR' et the'nhonot
at .Gave at Wartime 1 mind I ..n..r nf Seye an 1 'l'n"'n- announce the reopening of his office for the
Governor ani at State Senator shin M Cnnf1 0nnra M FoA"t n" !

Paul Hamilton Hayne ryln. ero"'b nn.. Rsnea line t. the 1T practice of Architecture at 253 Worth Avenue
font water 1"". ". It'a "" ".'''nh..p' ,

.thenrn'non ..In,,, n 11 "n.Ihwn.'e font we'n..I'Imeeln loyal t. the. Palm Beach Florida in asrrciation: with DavidS

nntnnted rant lino of elate T110hwnr"a '
i t"I ",... known a. rnentt Aven'Ietehnno. Shriver.
Nn"1, n'nna 'h" Fnt hnnndnec
.. elate T"""_". "n on 'n .J? '" -
..,.,," .e ....-.Iot" Its.. "" ..,.11,11'
n. Christopher Dusting Service Tnwephlos I'I and M thsnee 'na' We have available all the latest information
n'ens Township! line to the poInt orI.
..., ., ..
" "
nf"'ny "n. 1 mnrtnnl"0' .t concerning the construction of G. I. Homes including

"..thwnecorno. of rvMn fl, Townporno -
."," I' cr..h T'no-.. It FnnC "4 t site selection, preparation of plans and
.ass 'n.t on "'n..."."'" Ilne, t" the
". j ".'1oM" "....." ", "...tt 'I ..."..... specifications, financing, obtaining G. I. prior
shin I' Ce"k ".._ 0! 11'.., /henceaonth
en Cpena One t. the ,".th..t ities for building materials, etc.
'i' enenoe "f 1I".tlo. C Townhin' 54Conth
mane. an want' Ihenes
elneC Tn.eaeh1Inn /n rho 'oaIhee.te.n.p I
of Ce.ee.o 1 enwe.hla 54eenth We a'so offer architectural services for the
wanra 1a Fnt 'hence ,," I
SEEDING \ FERTILIZING etnne 0enee Ilea to the aanhpnsr development and improvement of commercialand
of ."n'" nn"ln wn.t' thence West onPownntiln
.... industrial properties.
Htm tn the nith<'' 'P"'
nor of ....tl"n SI. TntrtiuMn SI Unnth. .
'. 0eene 14 Fast' theeea II"nth, e'nnel,
ftanna It... C., 1k. en.ekent pnr..I' ar
Contact Paul Robbins, Okeechobee, Phone 118 eneelnn' l' To......"' M Snnth Renee PAUL E. KOHLER, Jr.
, .. wnt' ekeann W"' tn the Enat hnnk
n/ Architect
the h..mm. nI..r: t""n In a
? or ,* .'. ... ,
"< >w t >Mv Almrttnn nlonn the
'.. case ha.h of snid, e1,..... to the Om-a.
344 273
:; I Call Dell. Glade or .... DAVID S. SHRIVER
Mtl>l>rhnl< /fount Hn"' thence Flint .
O'nnr ..nM"h' hnnndnry line to Associate
the nolnt nf hporlnnlmnAwr I I. 253 Worth Avenue

: : '- < > op rrnnr i iOKKECnOBEK Palm Beach, Florida
COfNTT:: ;FTnRiTAi:;
Fy VAN H. r.1OnT I Phone 9869
'. : rh;irmftll'Attl'.tr '

'. ; ft'it T. pnnnAvcp. I

,, CLYDE CHRISTOPHER BUSTER CHRISTOPHER Superintendent of said i and Board Clerk I

(Board of Public Instruction Seal -- ._-. -.-...- .'
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NOTICE I NOTICEOkewliobe Section 1, Township 3.1: South Range I lioimdnrv. of State Highway No. 8, to .
Notice li hereby given that the I Count/, irinrlda, 88 Fast thence run South on Range t the point of beginning.DISTRICT i
Board of County Commlnloneri of March IS 1946 line to the Northwest corner of S....- NO. 5. Beginning at the
Okeechohee ('ount,: Florida by Reaolutlon NOTICE IS I1BREBI UIVtlN that Ion 0, Townahlp 34 South Range 88 Northeast corner of Section 24, Town .
Adopted February IS 1944 pursuant to Section B of Chapter1N2WI Enat| thence run Feet along Township ST South Range tn! Knat, and
have changed the boundarlee of the Lawa of Florida, Acts of 193?. Une, to the Northeast corner of I aDlon South on line dividing Martin X. C. B. CONSTRUCTION CO. .
Election Precincts of add County and kuown ai the ML'UI'HY ACT and In Section 1, Township 84 South Range i ind Okeechobee Counties I to the IT 4
additional Precinct that pursuance: of Chapter 20088. Laws of III I thence run South, along I }I nut water level of Lake Okeechobee;
hate created n.n.\lnp:; \
the Election Precincts of said County, Florida Acts of 1041. known ai the dividing l Okeechohee and I thence meandering the IT foot water WILLIAM G. WALLACE, Owner and Manager
followatPRKCINTT EVEHOI.ADES L1KAINAGE D1S. St. I.ncle Counties to Southwest I l]level line In a Northwesterly direction
aa changed are aa at TRICT ACT. the following described corner of Section 88. IbTo i I to the Enat boundary of State Highway "CAN DO"Equipped
NO. 1. Beginning land situated In Everglade Drainage South Range 38 Enati I thence fVetlalonll' 20, which la oleo the Fast bound-
the Northwest corner of Section I B. I District In Okeechohee County Florida
Township Una to the Southwest of Parrlt Avenue! thence North
Township S3 South Range S4 East will be offered for sole at public corner of Section 31, Township 33: cry I I along the East n r tot I for any type of work, .-
East to the Northeast corner for the and best cash ante
and run outcry highest South Range 34& EDIt I thence run i I the North boundary of Highway t >
of Section 1. Township 33 Soalh.n.nll' bid. subject to the right of the Trustees North along range line to the pointof No.8: thence EDIt to the point of and anxious to bid on YOUR job
thence !Smith' to the of the Internal luprovement Fund
'' S5 East! beginning I I
Nnri h urea f rnec A' !aectlon 0'. Town. and of the Board of Commissioners ef I l 1 beginning
n'tborn.nir.SII": Eaati, i Everglades Drainage District to reject Board of County Commlaatoners, FLA.
uhlp S4 nrel DISTRICT NO. 2 Beginning at the P. O. Box 715 OKEECHOBEE
Fast: to the Northeast corner of any and all bids, at the Courthouse, Northeast corner of Section 1. Town OkecehoblwCou otT
South, Range beginning at 10:00 o'clock A. M. on the By c. E. Dr.wII. Chairman I
lion 1. : ship :81: South Range 33 Enat. and .
J EasM thence It:4 alonir Section 138.i I 15th day of April 1040.' As to all ruins South along range line, to the! Attest I Mabel P, Rauleraon
of Hoard.
to the Southeast corner of land outside the corporal limits *>f Snnthonat corner of Section' 38 Town I Clerk
Townshln SI Smith Range M Eastj' any u \'l'of.:1I\ of this datetitle and i ship :3.1 I South Rnnge 3.1: Rest I thence (County Commissioners !Seal! )
thence West along Township line to to one petrollum run East, along Township to they i --
the Interaction of the Eall boundary hree-fourths of other mineral will East boundary of State I\e.,\ No, 29.
of State Highway No. 20 thence be reserved by Trustees of the Inter aa now located) thence In a Southerlydirection |
North along Fast boundary of State nal Improvement Fund) If land an along the Enat boundary of
limits of
Highway No. 2D to the ' within said corporate si until State Road No. 29 to tbe Int..r.R"rllon .
h thence reservation but
this data the applies
rtlvldlnoTownships' 84 and 81: of until road with the North
Went, along Townahlp line to the privilege to explore mine and devel- bnunilnry of State Highway No. 8.which .
will be conducted ou and cider
Northwest corner of Section ft. Town la also Intersection of Parrot
with the
lands only
hip :.15 South fence !84 Enst. thence Basements for Avenue and North Park Street In the
the surface owner.
line to the pointPRECINCT City of Okeechobee: thence run 'Velt.nlonll' ,
North along range
road right of way 200 feet wide the North boundary of Statelllrbwny
flf hnnlnning. be reserved by said Trustees from
No. 8 to the KlaalmmeeRivers
NO.2. Beginning at theNortheast
any parcel through which there la sn ae. !
thence Northwesterly' along the g
rnrner of Section 1. Town for :
existing state road: and easement
33 East': and I Eliot bank of the' Klaalmmee River to
chip !W South drainage and reclamation and for
runs South to the Southeast corner of road purposes will be reserved by the the intersection of the Township OaceolaCountlea line
Section 11 Township SB Sonth. Range Hoard of Commissioners of Everglades diatribe Okeechobee and Townahlpline ..
:33 Root thence Went to the East bank Drnlnag District : thence Enat nlong .
,, of beginning
of the Klanlmmee River: thence In IINorthweaterlr nearrlptlont to the point l ae .

direction. alon River t'to Lots 1 to 4 Inc., Elk A. MeGlnih- DISTRICT NO. 3. Beginning at theVnrthi'nat
Fast bank of the Kl.almmee and an'i Add corner of Section 1. Town p
the boundary between Oaceola Feet Lots 10. 11 and 12 BIk. B, South hip !88 Smith Range 38 Rust and
Ofccochohoc Countiesthence Okeechobee runs Smith to the Sonlhenat corner of
along avid boundary line to the point Lots B end 0. BIk. 1S2. Ctr of Section 11. Townahlp' 8T Smith. Rouge
of boirtnnlng! Okeechohee 38 Enat : thence West along Section line
PRECINCT NO 8. Beginning at the Lot 10 lllk. 112 City of Okeecho to the Interaction of !State Highway
Intersection of the Township line bee 2ft nnd State Highway No. 8. which lit
"''I'I diner Townshlna :84 and :H I and the 8 10 ft of Lot B and all Lot 6. Ble.o the Interaectlon of Parrot Avenue
Fiat: honndarv of State TTtohwav VoHI Hlk 10, South Okeechobea' mid :North O Pnrk Street In the City \
and rims tenth slung .he Fustbnnndnnr Lot 10 BIk. 10T. City of Okeecho- of Okeechobee: thence In a Northerly
of State Highway Vo. !> to bee direction along the Rust boundary of
the Township line dividing Townshlns Lots T and 8. BIk 12!. City of !State Highway No. :19! to the North
RS unit 8tthence Weal along anldTownahln Okeechobee boundary of Section 3, Townahlp 88 : .
line to the Southwest corner Smith, Eaat: thence Fast 4.1Oe'
of Section :11. Townahln 81 SonthPnnre BOARD KVEKOTAPES OP COMMISSIOXEH9OF PKAIN.AOB I alone: T :"':hlp'l I line,, to tho point of ,
*4 Eastthence: North nlnnq : DISTRICTTltl'S'fER8 beginning.
Range. tine, to the Northwest cornerof ( OK TUB' INTEU- DISTRICT NO 4. Beginning at the
Section 8. Township 11 )Fon'h.Uange NAL IMPROVEMENT: FUND intersection of the Fast boundary of
84 Enat': thence Fact': along OK THE STATE OF FLOR State Highway No. 29 and the North
bermPRECINCT bonndnrv of State Highway' No. 8, and
By P. nAULERSON Agent runs 8'lIlh. along Knot boundary of :
NO.4. Beginning for '1"nisteel nf the Internal Im. State Highway No. 29 to the IT foot
the Interaectlnn of the Nth bonndnrv provement Fund and for Board water level of Lake Okeeihobee: thence
of "Se-co, niihws. No ,t end the Eaathonn.lnrf of rmnmlBaloners of KverglnrtesDrainage meandering. the IT foot water level
nf "tate' TTIrhw No 21) District Okeerhobe line In a Southwesterly direction to
and "inning thence "'South alone Enathoiindnrr ('OIlUI), Florida the Klaalmmee River: thence In aNorthweaterlv
of State TTIbwsT Nn. HI! :O direction atone the RESTING ON OUR OARSIt
to the IT foot water level of TakeOkeorhoheo Feet bank of the Klaalmmee River to
: thence Sonthwester'velon NOTIC'I': the North houndnrv of Slate Highway
sold 17 foot wnfor levol'ro the :yn S: thence Enat. along the North
Northeast corner of Precinct No ft; Notice. Is hereby given that the
thence West to Bridge on State Fitch- Board of Couunty Commissioners of t._ is related that Napoleon, having read a travel the safest, most comfortable and most
war N'n 21 and orer Tlmnkln Creek- nkporhohe fnniinty Florida hv Res
thence Northwesterly along channel of olutlnn adopted February 18. 194(1( Engineering. Nowa-Record magazine glowing account from one of his generals luxurious ever enjoyed.

aald Township' Treek line to dividing' the"' Interaction Townships ST of have Five County changed Commlsuloner'a the honnilnrles DistrictsIn of the reports that the South traili telling of a great victory, wrote across the Equally great improvements are in prospect -

end :19': thence West arose Townahln avid' County end the following Is a the nation with $91 per capita for face of the report this question: "What did for our freight service. Modem equipment .
line to the Fast bank of TtlaalmmoeHirer true description of each district nsohnnged "
thence Nn'thwestorlv nlon the : proposed future heavy construction you do the next day? -which is another including more powerful and more

real hank n' of the sold Cnrth River hnnndnr"to the Interctlo of. DISTRICT!' '"0. 1. Beginning" at the but that Florida leads the 11 states way of saying that the grist from today's efficient locomotives, will carry more freight

Snt Ttiirhwtiv No et thence Fast' Northwest j-nrnor nf !Section' f 9. Township 'I In this geographical division with mill will not suffice for tomorrow's needs. on faster schedules, for the better service
:.11: South, Range 34 Enr-t. and
atone North bonndnry of Stat Highw -
-t. Vn 9 'n the nnlnt of beginningPRECINCT runs Knit: io .Uit Nortuuust. corner of j "70 per capita. The Seaboard Air Line Railway, along of the public.

NO 1. Beginning ftn,.. -- - -- -- -- - f. - -----.- ------ with other American railroads, has been Rome was not built in a day, and it takes
Vorthonst corner nf Section 24 Town-
shin :AT "Sonth' Range Sfl Enst': and Ade.efar.ratI credited with magnificent performance in time to build giant locomotives, new cars

runs Oltoei-hoheo Smith nnd atone!Martin boundary Counties line. of to the recent World War. But that record is and other things required in our improvement

I'bnhrl'the n :foot thence wnter meandering level of' Lake said Okee-11 i IfomwhereShak I. I sit.. by Joe Marsh now history. This is the "next day" and we program. The Seaboard Air Line Railway .

foot water level In a Northwesterly are confronted with new opportunities and however, is known for its pioneering in
direction' to the Interaction of the
Fast h."'" of Taylor Creek: thence new responsibilities. such matters as air-conditioning, streamlined

North to along the the Intersection Fiat ban of the of TarlorCreek North j ing Heads and In order to provide our patrons with the trains, diesel-electric motive power,

bonndnry of Section 31 Township 87 finest in transportation, the Seaboard Air etc, and you can count on us to continue

Smith the Northeast".n.:1: corner Enst! of thence Section Fast SI.Tiiwnnhln to. Hu man Liberties Line Railway is intensifying its moderniza"out in front" in the interests of our patrons

:87 South Range 81 Fast: :
thence North along R.nlJ'.IIn.. to the tion program, and very soon you will see' and friends.

Southwest corner of Section IS. Township gliding over Seaboard rails new streamlined Watch for future advertisements in this

Fast 37 along South Section Range line 86 to Knit the: thence pointPRECINCT nil a funny thing. Now that bow the heads begin to ilMtk *In.J trains with ultra-modern coaches and bigger series in which we will discuss other subjects

of hr"tnnlnll'': No A. Beginning at the the war' over there's a lot of guess there'll always be hwdhalen and better motive power. These and other of mutual interest to your business

Intersection of the South boundary of btad-ahaklagr in oar town. Peoplesaying -folks who feel tbere refinement will combine to make Seaboard and ours.THIOUOH .

j Precinct' Nn 4 at a point on )Bridge : "What's the :younger generation ought to be a law who believe
on State Highway No. 20 over Limpkin -
Creek and runs thence In a Northwesterly coming tot" "How can wend that the best form of regulation is a

direction' alone channel of theao strike*7" "The country's suppression, whether if. applied
said Creek to the Intersection of
Township line dividing' Townships M going to the dogs!I" "There ought to beer or baseball

and 37: : thence Went alone Township to be a law I" eta
Jilt America'sdone
Bat where
line to the Enst. bank of the Kls.lm- from ,
mee River: thence Southwesterly alon Bat when the younger genera- pretty well with the idea of '
Post: hank nf avid River to 'be ITI AIR LINE RAILWAY ?
I foot water level of Lake Okeechohee: ton wu walloping the Ails .uper. personal choice and individual l

thence Northeasterly along 17 foot ....."-and labor *aa doing the erty. I guess that's just the way
watr level line to a point due Ennt of "
the point of beginning thence Westto poet colossal Job la history-you Americans are made.tCopyrtghy tt o a

the point of beginning. Br
PRECINCT NO. 7. Beginning the that ..'N back to traditional
Intersection of the North boundary of our c90e
State Highway No. ,a with the Feat )We of personal liberty Just lee
Tonndnry of State Highway No. 2ft IMI HIAIT Of THI SOUTH
Cod runs) East to the Northeast for-
ner of Section 24 Township 87 South =. =
Range 3.1 Fast : t he.tD'rn alonqconga 1946, UmtaJ Saw Bmttn FowK&tfioe
line, to the of
Section 23 Township 87 Sonth.' Range

I 81 Fat: thence West to the Feat -- -- --- ---- ------- --- -- -- ----- -
boundary of Taylor Creek thence In ----- -- -

a Southerly direction along the Foci
boundary of Taylor Creek to the IT
foot water level of Take Okeechobee:
thence meandering sold IT foot water
level of Lake Okeechobee to the projected "SIGHT-CONSERVATION" WEEK !
Feet boundary; of Parrot Ave.line THIS IS

alao known aa State Highway No.
20: thence North along the East
boundary of Parrot Avenue, aforesaid
to the point of beginning.
PRECINCT NO. 8. Beginning at the
Northeast corner of Section 1. Town.
ship 30 South Range 3A Font and rune t
South along range line to Sontheaat
corner of Section 1.1. Township ST
South, Range 18 Eaat! thence Weal } d ,> fs
along Section line to the Interaction
*>f the North boundary of State Highway #
No, 8 with the Enat honndarv of .. JN.eN.
State Highway No. 29: thence In a
Northerly direction 'along the Feet
boundary of State Highway No 29 to
'the line dividing Townships; S3 and
Srt: thence Rut along Township line
to the point of beginning.
PRECINCT NO. 9. at the
intersection of the Township line
dividing Townships 85: and Sfl and the
"' 'Fact': boundary of State Highway No.
. 291: thence in. Southerly direction
along the Root boundary of State
Highway No. 29 to the Intersection of /
the North boundary of State Highway Y
.No 8: thence Welt along the North
boundary of aald Highway No. 8 te
:the Kl.Rlmmee River! thence In I
Northwesterly direction I along the
TSast bank of the Klaalmmee River to
tuo North boundary line of Section
20 Township 38 South Range 33 East ;
thence East along the section line to
the Northeaat corner of Section 24,
Township: ,18 South, Range 83 East )
thence North, along Range line to the I
I Northwest corner of Section 8, Township
38 Sooth Range 14 East ; the
Kant: along Townahlp. line, to the
point of beginning.

Okaechobee Board of County County Commissioners Florida.Br ....................................................-............................................--.......-...-............//1.//N///1./N1NN.N.N.. w .. NILNNN/N///NNNN .NNN/NI/NrM

C. E. Drawdy, Chairman
Atteat; Mabel P. Rauleraon
(County Commissioners Seal)

ELECTRICAL WORK Better Home Lighting For Easier Seeing!


P. P. EVANSHOUSE / Spare your eyes the unhealthy strain of incorrect lighting; and spare your

borne and family the hazard of dimly-lit stairs and corridors. Have your

WIRING S I lighting checked during the week of March 17-23, officially designated as

:2 ,: "Sigbt-Contemtion Week" by Millard CalJweJl.

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