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Title: The Okeechobee news
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Language: English
Publisher: The Okeechobee Publishers, Inc.
Place of Publication: Okeechobee Fla
Creation Date: April 19, 1946
Publication Date: -1992
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Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 82, no. 91 (Sept. 13, 1992).
General Note: "The voice of the Everglades."
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 6, no. 24 (Jan. 8, 1926).
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I Volume 31-Number 43 Okeechobee- Florida, _Friday. April 19, 1946_ __ Price Five CentsLEGISLATURE I I.




I REPRESENTATIVE HENDRY GETS FOURTH TERM IN FLORIDA I.l I.





I BRAD THOMAS HAS PURCHASED LAND AND WILL BUILD NEW MODERN PACKING PLANT W. J, Hendry, who has represented I

Okeechobee County In the I

Legislature for the past three sessions

The present plant of the Thomas I Okeechobee High School Juniors Entertain Seniors at Annual Banquet Friday ,for has been declared the nominee I

Packing Company. which ha frown: a fourth term as a result
,, of the failure of Joe Bonglovanl to
steadily during the poit few veers I
and has been recognized a* one of COUNTY COMMISSIONERS: MET OKEECHOBEE HIGH ACCREDITED :" :":"'':O------' ':+'' I The Okeechobee High School Junior file his statement of expense at the

the leading enterprises In this community IN KFC.tL\RSESSION! : APRIL 1 FOIL 19(346; PROF. WILLIAMS Class entertained the 1946 Senior dead line last Friday night at midnight

has long since outgrown its The Board of County Commis REAPPOINTED: PRINCIPAL CLASSIFIED ADS ,I Class Friday evening, April 12, .

present arrangement loners of Okeechobee County Fla.,/ The Board of Public Instructionat :" :" :..:" :,.:..:" :--:..:..:,.:..:.,:..:..:..:..:..:..:'-:..:..> at the Southland Hotel with one of When he serves. out the present
Brad W. Thomas, who has worked met in regular session on Monday, its regular meeting on April 1st the most beautiful banquets ever term which will be his fourth, Representative
FOR HIRE truck
-- Large day or
hard to make this meat packing con April 1, 1940 at 10:00 A. M upon recommendation of the local night Vernon Stairs given In Okeechobee The ( Junior Herldry will have served

cern a real organization has been Present were Commissioners C. Board of Trustees of District No. Class and their sponsor, Mrs. J. T. longer in the Legislature than any

giving consideration for some time E. Drawdy, Chairman; 0. J. Chap I 1, appointed C, M Williams Super. I WANTED TO BUY Good fresh Hancock, worked out the theme of other Representative from this
to a new location and to n more vising Principal of the Okeechobee the occasion "Under the Big Top. county has served continuously!
Swain
man, B. C. F M Mobley and milk cow Sam Belcher.
modern and better arranged plant. W. F. Walker; County Attorney' T.'{ High and Elemnetary Schools, and I One can surely find In a circus the Representative Tomasello served four

While It may be several months| W. Conel)', Jr; Sheriff N. 0. Stewart Robert E. Allen as Principal and TRAINED NURSE available for dutyat full gamut of human emotions-fun,' terms in the Legislature from this
before a new building can be con I rounty but only served three successive
and :Mabel P Rauleraon, Clerk. teacher of the Douglas Brown ; all times. All laughter seriousness and tears. I
type cases
tracted for, Mr. Thomas and hie terms and after a lapse of
associates have been giving study I The minutes of the meetings held School. I Julie Teals, Page's Auto Camp, Cot Suspended from the ceiling lights I four years was elected and servedone
during the month of March 1944 The Board was notified that the tage No.1. Phone 30. the decorations represented "the
needs I more term
for than the
more a year on I
including expansion of the opera were, read and approved. I Okeechobee High School has been : big top" The lights were covered Mr. Bonglovanl was disqualified

tions so that a rending plant will The report of the County Welfare accredited by the Southern Association NOW OPEN-We are now open for to cast a soft glow over the room.I I under the provisions of a law that
Board for the month of March 1948 ; of Colleges and Secondary business In our building the On the walls were large
be added, and later the possibility I Ip( multl.eol'l wee passed In 1815 known as the
wa.-presented and ordered filed In (I Schools for the scholastic 1945. ored I
of a tannery. i year old Northern Hotel Building Automobile I ruffled gay paper clowns At "Corrupt Practices Act," and was authored

Working with Mr Thomas in this the office of the Circuit Court. 46 I repairs and Electrical work. vantage points in the room were and passed largely throughthe

has been a committee of the Chamber .; A petition for restitution of lands I I Harden' Tinker Shop It baskets of dozens of Easter lilies I efforts of United States Senator

of Commerce who have under the provisions of House Bill Ross Lyle arrived In Okeechobee -- and blue gladiola given by Mr and Park Trammell. This law has beenon
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trips to other plants for the Ir.ad'i So 458 of 1945 was filed by Celeste .I last week from Jacksonville and Is i RANCHES AND CATTLE GRAZING I I Mrs W. J. Hendry The tables were the statute books since and has

of design. Preliminary plans L. loungblood: on the following I now employed with the Okeechobee I. TRACTS ARE SALEABLE NOW. centered with a profusion of lovely I I been appealed to the Florida Supreme -

been received from the architect I15'rlRht's I scribed property: Lot 1, Blk d'.1 I Motor Company. Mr. Lyle Is an experienced \V EAR E CONNECTED WITH spring flowers. These mixed bou Court many times and under

and as soon as building conditions!I First Addition to the City I top and body man having :MONEYED INVESTORS IF INTERESTED I I quota were also used throughout the many different circumstances and

are made available It Is proposed of Okeechobee and upon motion by I worked In that department many IN SELLING, WRITE HORACE room. The program and menu covers ; was' always held good

to get construction started. ommlssioner Swain duly seconded years before coming to Okeechobee. M. SHERWOOD, P. 0. BOX I were miniature paper merry'go-

The new site for this more modern by Commissioner Walker the above 851, CORAL GABLES, FLA., WITH I rounds The place cards performing PURCHASER CASH, NOT

plant has been secured by the application was approved by the following Notice LESLIE H. COOMBES, BROKER. I animals and the favors were smaller "BINDER BOYS" MARK

purchase from the city of an area vote: leas: Drawdy, Swain, editions of the dancing clowns on REAL ESTATE MARKET

near the livestock auction marketon Walker, Chapman and Mobley Nays In eomnllnnoe with Chapter 00M, CLOSE OUT the walls These were all In keepIng Florida's real estate market today
Florida. itntntes: of 1M1 the followingClerks I .
the Seaboard Railway just north None. Not Voting: None. and Inspectors were appointed Odds and Ends-Sash Doors with the general decorationsand Is significantly marked by pur

west of town.Okeechobee. County deeds were approved for for each election! district in Okeecho-1 Door and Window Frames theme of the banquet. chaser cash, conservative banking,
bee County for the Prlmarv Election
Is fortunate In having the following: J. E. Ellis, Walter to he held May 7. 1041)PreHnrt : Casement Sash-Moulding The menu was fruit cup Waldorf dealer licensing control! exercised bya

this concern with a large number of Y. Cason, Robert A. Willis, RobertM. No.1. Ft. Urnrn NATIONAL, 500 1st St., FEC Tracks salad, Southern fried chicken, mashed j state agency, and the absence of

employees to Include in their expansion Calton et al, Nell D. Kerr Phil flork Polling: Place Fstelle: School Lee House West Palm Beach, Fla potatoes, peas and carrots, Parker ., of the Florida State Chamber of ,

prograr:. I La Martin, S. R. Ralfsnider, OrvalM Inspector inspector:: W TUlpti. F Addison Tvnon House rolls, brick Ice cream.! 'binder boys", the research division .

I : Hunter Inspector: Too Reid [ FOR SALE-Large Electric Fan and I' pound cake, coffee! and salted nuts: Commerce said in its weekly business .

P. p, EVANS ATTENDED GRAND I I The following vouchers were approved Polling Precinct Place I No: t Alton.I Rn.lnicr Chandlers I table model Stewart-Warner Radio I Sore of the Tenth grade boys In review released recently

LODGE !MEETING THIS WEEK I and ordered paid when funds! On rage. Pauline Taylor at Idle Ease their black and whit. waiter', garb "The combination of these forces

.. P. P. Evans has returned to his are available: I i Clerk Inspector:: Albert: 7i eb I oftnn PurranceInspector next door to Baptist Church gave It a pro ,.'-on'.Ollch.' 'Charles is the state's best bet that the pr seot -

GENERAL : Fdnnr Thomas Y.. .. Cornelluar. brpaite' > I1'Yf'1 strong real. estate mark.tlrllt.ttq.riw: t4... .
..y home here after spending the first! FUND Inspector: Alton Chandler .. !1 .
!t -,-- riot follow the course of the land
at ft .the weolj ).Jacksonville-wh : Pay .hl}. Co. 'Officials , .. .$991,*0 ,4 Precinct Nona, OkwrtobM' "' [ rC"H'Tl'r.r ams, Eual Harden, Raulie Rauler I'
Hrpthren Churchrierk boom of the and middle1920V
4* i P )lllnir Place: early
he went to attend the meeting ofj Bessie Alderman,' Comm.T. : Arthur FIXTURESFluorescent son, McKinater Roe, Mike Barber,
i rtrcat rfttn."of.tor the review
the Grand Lodge of :Masons which C., Mar. . . . . . . . 125.00 Inspector: and John Bryan Watford gave pointed out.
: Tollto !mlth' Lights "While it Is true that 'get rich
met there Monday, Tuesday and Robert La Martin, Inspector: Hnrlev Arnold vice worthy of any occasion

Wednesday. Comm. T. A.. Mar. . . . . 125.00 Precinct No 4._ OkrorhoheePolling Door ChimesEBNER'S Elphia Harden, president of .r.1 quick' characteristics exist universally
l'Inee : Inns Club Building i- in all forms of speculative
He went as the delegate from the County Welfare Board, Clerk : M. M MArlin Junior Class, was toastmaster. ,
trading, the current home and farm
local lodge. Relief Allowance March . 850.00 Inspector Inspector:: F Elmer. .T. \\llnon Penrce too, as well as all on the programwas land
buying to be motivated
Basmger: Sch. Lunch Rm., Inspector: :T. O. W.lff Srrrerlnrt PLUMBING: ELECTRIC AND excellent in his duties A toast appears

MABEL P. RVtLERSON Groceries, March . . . . 1250 Polling Plnce No .5. theftrove Tptlieimv| n""h Crossing HOLSEHOLD SUPPLIES to the Seniors "The Parade," was principally needs," the by review the continued.use-by.purchaser
:Mabel P. Raulerson, rierk : Nut !lfrnttontnoIlP..tor 712 Orange Ave Phone 8F'r given by Carol Hall 'The Attend.ants" .
ATTENDED STATE CLERKS I : Rinl Nix Caution on the part of purchasers
!MEETING IN MUm Posting Conv Record . . 1260 Inspector : frenthpl Tpthegrov! PIERCE FLA. a toast to th, Juniors, Is strong In realty turnovers of
Fla Pwr. & Inspector: Naomi AllenPrecinct Haynes Williams Lucille
Light Co., Johnson'stoast
Mrs. Mabel P. Raulerson, Clerk ofl No 8. Fonlr, Hay I I this type and abandonment of this
tht Circuit Court of Okeechobee Elec. C H & Jail, blur . 14.77 Polling Place:; J. W. Seolts FOR SALE-6 choice lots in rear was to the school "Under the
principle I Is not
likely long
and, Inter County Tel. & Tel Co, Clerk : .T. ''". Scott of Meserve Hardware Store Sellor Big Top." Always "The Show :Must as as
County, spent Thursday, Friday Iliwlptt WalkerInspector
!n ppctor : Mrs. easy mortgage loans are not to be
Saturday of last week in Miami t Tel Clerk No. 116 . . . . 480 : Sire. Porn tcottInuppptor trade. What have you? Mike Go On" by Superintendent Carl had
!Standard Oil Co., : Mrs Hoh IlghtseyPreHnrt Schulman. Durrance Glenda Swain and Susan
where she to attend the State
went !No 7. Ofc<>*r1iobp. "There were 8.811 licensed brokers
Meeting of Clerks that was in ses Fuel, C. H. . . . . . . . . 4.80 1"n11lntl Place : Tltv Flail -- Hancock added to the carnival spirit and salesmen operating in Floridaon
lon there. [ The H 4 W. B. Drew Co., Clerk : Walter!Mrs OrnrInKpprtnr Truest: Campbell KITCHEN SINKS with their clever fortune telling A
: March 26, 1946, we were advisedby
Supplies Clerk . . . . . 4000 I I Inspector: W IT Rnssell All group of girls accompanied by Mrs .
inspector : P, P Evans I StylesPITCHER the Florida Real Estate Commission
Inter County Tel. & Tel Merle Bartlett
Co
Mr. and Mrs. B. A. Beville and precinct No s. Akewhohe PUMPS sang appropriate whereas from EO to 60000 unlicensed
Tel Co. Judge Feb & Place' n. Borpes Office songs Their bubble
Mar 820 I Polling song was accompanied
little daughter, Anne, of Clerk : .T. n. flnernnInspector SHOWER STALLS traders were operating In
The H. 4 W. B. Drew Co. by bubbles blown In
T, H Mofranlft the
arrived here yesterday WildWOOd'l : the state while the boom of the20's
Supplies T. C. . . . . . . 47 inspector: Omnr Hint Bathroom Accessories room from the entrances. The girls "
visit with Mr and : Inspector:: R P F..ansI'r..lnet was In its heyday, the researchers
Withholding Tax Fund Glass ShelvesEBNER'S singing were: Nancy
Bowden Mr Bevllle arrived in !No *. Oaeeehabeeroiling Boettger, Bet. commented
Seattle last week from Korea where Taxes withheld March . . 13.40 Place N. :MeMnllonInspector Pnnrt house -i ty Anne Bass, Dorothy Stewart, "Inflationary 'breaks-through' at
V O. Stewart, Attend.Co. Dork : J. Watford. SrIn Ruth Fulford, Marian Whidden Ernestine
,
he has spent the past ten months : *111'1 Washington are more to be feared
Comm., March . . "npctr : Phil V. Canon Hunt and
. Mary Alberta
with the American Army and is on 600 Inspector: Charlie P ITnrlonp PLUMBING: ELECTRIC AND by Florida real estate purchaser or
vacation before returning to work. Pay Roll, Deputy Regis Off., F:Hoard nnwnvriinlrmnn County HOUSEHOLD SUPPLIES Louthan. Professor M. 0 Kent buyers of other commodities for

City of Okeechobee, ComrnlxslonersOkeecliol 712 Orange Ave. Phone 8 played the piano at Intervals duringthe that matter, than any immediate
Keeping Regis Books . . 35.00 ee County. Florida banquet, and Donald Mack's orchestra I "
I FT. PIERCE, FLA. condition prevailing locally, the
lie who gives what he would at Attest :
I
Water C. II & Jail, Mar 1165 I \IiFI P R.\T't.pnlOx. I played during dessert and review concluded
readily throw away, gives without Clerk. I
The Okeechobee for dancing afterwards
News t
eroaity for the of j HORSE OWNERS, ATTENTIONI!
K ; essence
..ro,itv is In self-sacrifice Iren.Sir Print &: Adv. . . . . . . 2225 i ti I We have the antitoxin. Stagger The girls can never look lovller I i Circuit Judge C. E Chillingsworth

Henry Taylor. FINE i FORFEITURE FUND P. P. Evans Labor, Dlst 4 . 10.001( season Is at hand Lets get busy than they did Friday evening in i of West Palm Beach spent last

Mabel P. Raulerson, M M Martin, Labor Dist 4. 15.00 I E. D. Harris, D. V. M their beautiful evening dresses and : Monday In Okeechobee attending to

Coat Bills Co. Ct. :Mar . .$12363 Knight's Service Station, I corsages-orchids were seen every. business

T. W. Conely Jr., Gas Dist 4 . . . . . . . 689 EBNER'S'' where-nor the boys more handsome .

(Dhfcrltnbcc Nl'f\t5 Docket Fees, Mar. . . . . 50.00 Sdinrfschwerdt Bros, I I( SPECIAL AT I The struggles and the usual Reta Sparkman, Idell Tomlinson,

-- Mary Schulman, Supplies . . . . . . . . 3200 Medicine -It- headaches that go with such responsibilities Dorothy Worth, Lou Ann Chandler

Published Every Friday by the Conv. Fees. March . . . 38000 Withholding: Tax Fund, 1 j I was well worth it, and the Mrs Mary B. Bass, class sponsor '

Okeechobee News Co, at Okeeeho-I N. O. Stewart, Taxes withheld, :March . . 2.70S. Cabinets _._um___. u_ $3.75 Junior Class found It a genuine Miss Eva Johnson, home room

bee, Okeechobee County, Florida, Coot Bills, Sheriff, Mar . 33969 C. Paige, I| Willow Clothes I II pleasure to entertain this 1946 Senior teacher I'

BRYANT BOWDEN . .. . . Editor Pm Roll Witnesses, Gas Dists 344 . . . . 13.90 Baskets $2.95 group. They want to express The Junior Class members Carl
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Entered as second rims --1 Witness Fees . . . . . . 28.00 Bonnie's Supply Shop, I I -n- I their gratitude to all who helped to Dunn, Wayne Fulford, Clifton God.

1, 1014 at the Post Office In ROAD 1: BRIDGE FUND Repairs County Truck . . 152.88 I( Screen Wire 28 in. make it a success, especially to Mrs win, Billy Hair, Cecil Harden, Elphia .

bee, Fla. under Act of Mar. 8, 187V
-- I Pay Roll, Dist 3, Labor . .f 31.00 Pay Roll Dist 2, Labor . . 21.00 lOc running foot S. 1\1. Swain, Mrs. C. II Parkersonand Harden, Bill Hendry, J. C.

SUBSCRIPTION RATE I Sherman Concrete Pipe Co., I AGRICULTURAL FUND I 32 in 12c 42 in. 16c the other mothers who saw to Pearce, AI Raulerson, Earl Walker,
One Tear In advance . . . . .$100Six Rein. Con. Pipe, Dist 5 . 9750 C. R. Boyles ; it that the menu was so lusciously! John Whiddon, Vernon Wright, .
Months In advance .. . .. 1.00 0. K. Garage, Sal Co Agent March . . 12300 I -it- prepared.
Three Months In advance .. .. .76 Du Pont's Famous Paula Burdeshaw, Dorothy Chandler,
- -- - Repairs ('0. Truck, Dlst. 4 4.751 1040 GENERAL REFUNDING FUND The Senior Class members: Edward Bettye Clay, Iris Conrad, Kathryn

Reading notices In local eolnmna. 10e Pay Roll Dlst 5, Labor . . 82.30 :Manufacturers Trust Co., Wall Paint: gab $2.95EBNER'S Alderman Dozier Conrad, Carol Hall, Betty Jean
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for silver Clementl'l
nte a line. Rate rilsplsr
tiling' furnished on application Class Pay Roll Dlst 3, Labor . . 20.00 Services as Paying Agent 23.06 I, t- Ellis Draughon Donald' Hansel, Virginia Farkerson, Mildred

(fled nor Insertion advertising All. J Items cents regarding each word en .T. W. Ellerbee, I Clerks and Inspectors were appointed I ert Pearce, John Smith, Haynes Williams Phelps, Mary Virginlb Swain, Mary

terprlses conducted for profit an Labor, Dist 2 . . . . . . 800 I for each election district for I PLUMBING ELECTRIC AND June Alderman, Mollie Boet Frances Thomas, Alma Joyce Trum-

chargeable at advertising rates Pay Roll, Dlst 2, Labor . . 1300( the Primary Election to be held HOUSEHOLD SUPPLIES I tger, Peggy Chandler, Alice Han,I ble, Marie Weekly, Juanita Worth,

Advertising Mils ere parable on the Pay Roll, Dlst 1, Labor . . 149.0" I May 7, as advertised elsewhere In I; 712 Orange Ave. Phone 8 cock! Miriam Harvey, Lucille John: Alta Addison Ruby S. Hancock, -
let of earb month Parties nnknewa tspnblhert I(
required to pay In advance Pay Roll, Dlatsa8 & 4, labor 113.75 i tin I issue of The Newt, J FT. TIERCE, FL\ son, Yvonne Prescott, Jean Price class snnnsorxnr .

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OKEECHOBEE NEWS FRIDAY, APRIL It, 1t41

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There never did, and never will
exist anything permanently noble I:4V.ooo::
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GILBERT and excellent In the character whichIs NOW
THEATRE stranger to the exercise of resolute
For Sale eet.denla1.-Walter
Scott. OPEN
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NOTICE TO APPEAR
Sunday and MondayApril TUB STATE OF FLORIDA I
TOI ELLEN DENEM.
21.22, 1918 by WOLF KENTUCKY. a '
You are hereby; required to appear
at my: office In Okeechobee, Florida I : ,
FREDIAC'1URRY: : GLADES FARMS INC.in on Slav 01 b. A. 1). 1U4U. to 13111 of
Complaint I fur divorce filed against
LYNN SARI you by: Richard V. Deiicm In Circuit
Court Okcccholiee County. Florida In
In"CAPTAIN cooperation with default whereof Decree Pro Confessowill

EDDIE"also Unite!! ?!! States Government! !! chubeo nownnnfwr. be : In.Odl/which(dcslnated I thIn you ttuck Order; 'the ns Okee ehelihu the I 1 :; C r ru Ia
i/uUilituud cone U tul lour
consecutive weeks I IWltle. .Qa
I MOTORIZED AND MECHANIZED .. m vbnnd and official '
NEWS and CARTOONS at Okecchohce. Florida, this 7th
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FARM EQUIPMENT of tiny
MariliB'\r.D'p: .
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<":":"H""H.----t.: : : I 1 Ford Truck, one and one-half ton, flat body, Okeetbobee Clerk of Circuit County Court.Florida MARINELANU
1942 model. Mar\ Schulman ) ( ,4- FLORIDA
Friday and Saturday Attorney for Complainant
. 1 Plymouth Station Wagon, Model P-10, converted -. --- ----- ------ -- . ..
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April 26-27 19 IS --. ..-,-..-,--------
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to 1940 model
BUSTER CRABBEIn 4 International Tractors.
:H Marden Weed Cutters. I
"STAGECO OUTLAW"and I 5 Caldwell Maintenance Choppesrr. GIVE SERIOUS THOUGHTto

I II 1 International Disc Plow No. 99, 4 thirty ((30))
I inch discs.
"I'M FROM ARKANSVS" I
with 1 Trac Press with motor. voting in the forthcoming Primaryon
I 1 Portable Pump with motor attached.
SLIM: SUMMERVILLE:
i 1 Emasculator, large.
al,oNES -- I Terms of sale will be cash payment in full May 7th. .
and CARTOON upon delivery. "
I Sealed bids on approved bid forms for
K-****************** anyor It is your duty as well as privilege to vote for the
all of the above equipment will be receivedby
ComingAttractions Frank W. Williamson until 2:00: P. M., candidates of your choice. Be proud of the! fact

EST, April 30, 1946, and then publicly opened.For you live in a country where you can vote as you
"THE DOLLY SISTERS" bid forms, inspection of property and
please and don't fail to take advantage of_.the
(Technicolor) other information, contact Mr. Williamson.
Ernie Pjle's story of I opportunity. ,
"G. I. JOE" ,
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"STORK CLUB"
"HOLD nUT nLO DE""HorSE
ON: 92nd II I
STREET"I II I ONE DAY RADIO SERVICE -

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GARDNER RADIO & APPLIANCECorner
ELECTRICAL WORK

i Easter Ave. and 12th Street
Okeechobee
County Bank
P. P. EVANS FORT PIERCE, FLORIDA

AUTHORIZED HIILCO AGENCY OFFICERS
HOUSE WIRING J C. H. McNULTY, President S. H. McDOUGALD, Vice-Pres. and Cashier

N. RAY CARROLL, Vice-Fret. DIRECTORS R. G. DYNES, Asst. Cashier

___I'IEiI!;' ""'.w .1 N. RAY CARROLL C. H. McNULTY JOHN ROE, Sr.
W. ALLEN MARKHAM, Jr. S. McDOUGALD: E. :M. MESERVEJ.
0. PEARCE .
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LEX GREENBecause I II I



he is a true patriot. He not only ably supported I WASHING POLISHING LUBRICATINGWe

legislation for the benefit of men in the armed forces and vet-

erans while in Congress. He resigned his seat as Congressman- i
at-Large for the State of Florida in order to take up active dutyin
World War II. And he did not serve in a behind-the-lines

position, but on board a U. S. Navy fighting ship in the South
Pacific. He knows the veterans' hardships and problems.WE __ .._u have a Complete Line of
ARE FOR GREEN because he is an experienced
public servant. His schooling in legislative techniques beganas
a member of the Florida Legislature. He served a districtof
Florida in Congress for many years and then represented the

whole State of Florida as Congressman-at-Large. He is the I Seat Covers and f
only candidate with Congressional experience. He knows the I
problems of Florida people from one end of the State to the !
bther. By his colleagues in Congress he was elevated to the
position of assistant Democratic whip because of their confi-

dence in 'his ability and his loyalty to his country and his party. BatteriesALSO
WE ARE FOR GREEN because his record as a public
servant is a good record. His record demonstrates that he is a

true friend of the schools, the veterans, and the common man.
Not by their promises, but by their acts in public office candi- I

dates must be judged. The performance of Green's principal MOST SIZES OF TIRES

opponent as Governor does not appeal to us as a good record.It .
does not satisfy us that he has a proper sympathy 'with the:
schools and the great mass of the common people.

WE ARE FOR GREEN because he has kept faith with

the people on his campaign pledges in the past. The record of Our Paint and Body Shop is going full blast.
his
principal opponent while Governor of this State is markedby
a flagrant breach of his campaign pledges. He campaignedas

had a friend of the schools, but vetoed the 1943 school bill which Come in and let us give you an estimate.on
unanimously passed both Houses-and by his veto delayedit
for two years because he vetoed it after the Legislature ad-

journed. He executed a written signed pledge that he would I your car. 1 1I
use his veto power, if necessary, to prevent the imposition of a
cigarette tax upon the poor man's luxury. Instead, he drafted'and '

by political pressure, forced such a tax to passage. Dem- I
ocracy depends upon confidence. When a politician has once : I
demonstrated that his solemn campaign pledges cannot be I
Okeechobee Motor Co.
trusted, good citizens must put forth every effort to see that he
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NOTICE which thee !I. OD existing state road: of Everglades Drainage DIs.trlct dltlon and Her. 4. Twp. 38. 1IjI'e. 8%. runS I
OKEECnOBEH COUNTY FLORIDA tnd easement for dralnaee and OkeMBobee County, tots T to 10 Inc, Blk. 182, City of IDS ft S 11..e'l2' W 1012 ft to
ISPIHEKfeBY ?eclnmatlon' aol loroal itnrpo.eowI.I Florda Okeecbobee POBj I N 00 mla W 4772ft
NOTICE OIVBV that oa reserved bv tba Board cl -- Lot 12. Blk 1S2 City of Okeechohee to line between Sees 81 and 4. I
I'urluant to Section 9 of Chapter Ccmmlislonori of Everglades Drain NOTICE OF INTENTION TO thence W QMS ft, S 00 deg 10
1S20B. Law. of Florida Acts of 1931 age District. SELL LAND Lots 8. 5 and 6. Blk ISO, City of mln, B 684 ft, W 702.B ft to line
t known ai the MURPHY ACT. and In Description' NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that, Okeechobee between 81'1' and B, thence
pursuance' ;: of Chapter 200S8, Laws of Lots 5 to 9 too!.. 11 and 12, BIll 73, pursuant to Section 13 (I). Chapter lots 1 to 6 Inc., Blk 131, City of alonp ISPt' niIn 00 dog 10 oloN Help Get-
Acts of
ft 1941
i"rV'! known ei the City of Okeechobee boos( Laws of Florida, Arts of 1041, Okepchobee n to M/L I
TRICf mOLATlE9 ACT the DKAINAOH DIS Lot 4. Blk ISO, City of Okeechobee td."I Section 01, rafJ3f. 11117, Laws Lots T. 9 and 10 Blk ISO, CIty foOkeechobpe side of McLomlon Point thence
following
deicrlbeilnrt emendal
Act.
cu N B 1371
Tot 710 dog. ft. See 4.
8.
Blk mo. City of Okeechohee
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D1trlct.situated In Fverglndis' Drainage Lots 2 to 4 Inc., T to 20 Inc. Blk. by Section 11 Chapter 20(138 Laws of Lots S iou I), Blk 123, City of Twp M. Kite 35 000 acres
In OVwhobee County, Flor. .Florida Acts of 1941 and also pursuant
Okeechohee lots 1 to 4 Inc. Blk 3D SoutbOkep".hel
Idn. will be offorod for mile at public 10 Southwest AdditionLot 10 He.cllm 42 Chapter 20722Lnws More
9. BI k. SB, South Okeechobee Lot 1, Hlk 7. South Okeechoboe
I't\ the to IbM an of,I the best True-cash I Lots 2. 4 to 7 Inc, Blk 120, Cityof amended of Derlda)Section Acts 19, Chapter of 1041 22070 us Lots Okcpphobee 2 anil, 3. Itlk 1S8 City of tots OJierholiee T. A and 10 Blk 33 South Soaps

tee* of the Internal l Okeechobee Jfb riorldn I Acts of 1043. and i
Improvement laws tote 1. 8. 8 to 12 Inc. Blk 120.
lots T to 12 Ino. Blk 33 SouthOkeerhobee
Fond and of the Board of Commls Lots 1 to 8 Inc.. 5 and 6, Blk 121, Section 41 Chnpter 20722 Laws of Clt, of Okpechohpe
loners of Fverglades Drainage Dls I City of Okeechobee Florida" Acts 0' 1041, ns amended bv
Lots 4 and 7 to 11 Inc.. Blk 121.
lots 11 nnd Klk SoothOkecehnbee
trlct to reject coy and all bids at the TRISTFFS': OP TIlE INTFU Sutlon 21 Chapter 2J070 Lnws of 12 8(1 City of Okoechobco i
Co: irtliouje' boKlnnlni at 10:00 I NAI, IMIM1OVFMCNT FUND I lerlila. Acts of 11M3 the follow In* will i IK. iitTprpil for stile nt public Ollt.r BRING IN
o'iloelc A. M on The 20tdn of OF Till STATE OF FLOR scribed lands In Okecchubee Couutjr, From Ilnnrork M/C on line between ,. for the highest ami, hut push billsubject ,
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See 11 Inp 17 1 n 33
May 1310. ts tu aLl' pnn.iU' ut laud IDA.BOARD. 1 Firlla I tolti I to (lute right of the Bunril of
of ton neres or more, title to one_halfof : i OP1 COMAHSSIONFH3 Lots 1 to 4 Inc and 10 Blk. 73, B. nml See 4. T\\'-pN S. Kjr''. ('lllIml"llnl1prl of v'rjl'll1d"1 nrnlinifo
petroleum and three-fourths of OF FVPimiAnca': DRAIN. City of Okecrhobea 8FJ.! run S mq ft : S 71 deft W Dlntrlit, of Count
other minerals: will bo reserved by I AGE DISTINCT Lots S 6 and 7, 131k 87, City of 21H39 ft. to line between sec I'iiinnilaslomrs I : n.'Io'P: :\ ('otinttt"i.'eilt
Trustee i of the Internal Improvement MABPL Okeechobee lions 4 aol !5\ for POn : thr>nceS ,. nnd! all hlel"
Dy r. UVUIEHSOV: Agent to reject any
Fund' Ensements for road right of for Trustees of the Inter- Lot 1. Blk 12, \Trlchtl FISt Ad. 00 dog 10 niln, n 1410 ft toW ot I hi' Courthouse hpll'o"I"1l' at 10 tIlt USEP fATS I IRfSI'
woe 200 f..et1hlo will be reserved by : nol Improvement Fund and I dltlnn (UflT ft. I00 dig. 10 mln o'clock A. M 0,1 the 20th day of Max
cold Trustees from any parcel through for Board of Commissioners Lots 3 and 4. Blk 3. Railroad Ad- \\ 1"MS" ft to Hancock lIft on lOlfl ammpnt for drainage, soilroelttmnthtti
N slilo of lrl.rlll..n. pt: :V 74 I ; and road; purposes will bo .
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Tnp 1* Tig* 11 131 acre : reserved
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From Ilnnrack; M'O on lino h&I po\nn or1 roMMi sio\rns-': !
tween See 11 Twp 17 S. orHti,1.ADI:!S IIIIAIN
I 3FJ.! anil 1 SPO 4. T,,'p, 8 AGE 1)ls'rIuc'rllO.tii i
11 jl'P. :11!! r':. or s to* ft. S 71 njl'1 IIn,1, '
(litTtl'S'I', COM I III
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U 21: in ft In lute 'In''tn'pen .'.
II iioMilit'! titORTOit'ih: ()
4 nml, B thenre long IPC III''OI'STY: : KI.onmBy \. ,
no ilpp 10 iftn: II"! 1140 ft RAULEHSOV
MAREI r.
Ton thoniv W t"t(1 ft 1 00 u> 10 mill' r 073 to IlinenekVT oiuit\ l'lnrl.ln,
on S iililo' of Ipnfon fir mil,I bertha
FOR SALE AT A BARGAINBuilding Point T': 4V!.II ft to Cot-I, Ion line I in By iignit SOPI1UOMA: PI'\oIE.!
V no ,ilpjr 10 mln W 0711 ft to _. |iipnt.t lerk
hpir See tl. Twp 3Q. RJrp. 31!
ion ni-rps: I NOTICE OF RrDFMPTlOVOKHI :
From Ilnneni-k VT on line between .. LIIOIIJ-:H OOtNn. lulling _
loo 11 Tnp 17 R. nn( >. I ROOD AND BR1IX.E
11: F': nml SOP 4. Twp. HHirP N. HJNDINO: : : no\n
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::1F.:\ nm R in q ft !1' 71 ,lp.,. I To thn' Holders of OKJ:Fi IIOPEBVI hj
21 10 line between Rpcd | STY 110.0SO BII1POE (
l"n ;' (I {tori": thence V 00 rtoir: I ItlMNDINO: BOND: SB.KIES :
10 mln W ol..nll lip. HUP Mil:\ A. 1oIT'f! OF 1040NOTICL .
and Lot where Model Dry Cleaners is now housed. ft to NT': for See !'I. TV :MflT ft IS! IIHKEBY OI\'EN That,
nl inir N line 10 mln F loll 1 ft to Ilnni-ook (the State of Florida successor to th
>I II, on V BlilP Mpfpnilon! Point Board of County (ommlsslnners ''tO
N 71 leg P 1M1 ft S.v. /B. Okcochi'bee County; Florida by rlrlne
Twp 1 q. HBP 3Tl.13:\ aoren of Spptlnn 1(1( of Article IX of tin'
Prom Ilnnpnrk M 1 r on line hptwppn Constitution of Florida, has elected I I"
RPP. :11 Twp. :17 S. UITP and does exerelup Its option to call
::11': :. And Rpp 4, T", ,,. 1UITP !N' and redeem on Tune 1. f)4fl the follow
Five-Room House with Bath and all Modern Conveniences. 3F.:\ run R 1i q ft !s' H iloirW -Inn ilisirlhed bonds to.nit:
2:1q30 ft to hue hptwwn Reen *!1XK( Okppchohee (County Iton.l
4 nnd n. dpptlon line 111* ft to Series A ,
ITnnpoek M/I, on R ella Mol.pn- looted Tune 1. JOIO. due June
lion point to l.oir R no ilpg. 10 1. 1070Rorlnl
mln F': :0411.9( ft tn 17 ft wntor Nos 407/100 (ml 1.. and RIB(
level of Inko \ 1 11 lion fll mlnW With Tune 1. 10(0 AAC'A.
lIOn //I ft nlonir 11 ft wntorIprel This notice has been filed with tin
Five-Room House with 12 lots located in East Okeechobee. \ 00 .iloor KI mln I W !H!) Sft / pnilnff ngent Manufacturers Trnnt.fompnny
tn Ilnnpoi-k M/I on S aide of In Ihe City of New InrkNin .
Mi'I.Pinion. nolnt 1' 4 lice. ROP B. T"p. 1*, lOge' ::1Fr"lI1 :'\. Thp hnllirs, of the clinic dnscrlbedhonilK ,
I 0I'T O.\ IW BOATS deInm
for
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1 1! Acre I are hereby nntlflpil to prpiipnt
llnnonrktwoon M/P on llnp hI'I HIP unino with all Intercut conpnnn nt I' ('ORKH{ :,'T (RAFT mahogany
!'Irp.' :11nnl :\. T in-". :17 Rae. 11ID : tin'hi.I. tn Hie snld pnilng/ SBPNInhiro !.
!''I..... 4 T"'I1. : Hep. 11in : Ton redimptlon will IP mnde nt plankc 1 runabouts and cruisers;
!N ft. R 11 tint! w 10120 ft. liar plim nepniPit' liitprent on the ilntoiinmeil ,
Three lots 50x150 feet each. Located just north of Methodist R 00 11PIt. 11 mln. r 1HKU ft tn-wit : Tinio 1. 1'>lfl. after .o:>'o of these models ready for Immediate
ta pon: thoiipp s 00 iioi 11min. nhlih dntp nail bonds will PCDHP to delivery. Pine Castlo Boat
Church. ) ..13:\ t> In 17 ft salemt.eei bpnr 'IntirpKtT
of I.n"1 si iloff :It mln . EDWIN nn 110'0. & Construct ('0., Pine Castle and
00' oboe nM' 17 ft wntor level I !II't'm.itiroStote' Bnnrd if AlmlniHlrntlnn TitiHnlllc. Floriiln
TltO: ft tn hue liptnnpn "PI-S 4 ,; of I thi Rtnti if Flor\lln\ ,
n..I\! N 00 il".. 10 mln. W
ct.oline :lIon ft to 1T01I-
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,I,,n P..|"t thence V 7O itp?.. P AamrUi.m.ei
!'17(1( ft to ..t of flee !Nt-c.' 4.

T. E. CLAY I'r'1'q",'" ":\0111..."...""o \t*<1'f' 041".n hue n.res.liet'oo From where I sit... / Joe Marsh
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.. !'Ne' 'ci '1'7:\ 11... 11Mil .
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ct IIN ft e Tl .'K<. TV mil ft to
nnn !s on ,I.-". 11 ,..1"t P
1(1111 1/1 ft In TIniionoli M/1 i'nuliln
OKEECHOBEE FLORIDA ct 0't...' ....ll..n Pnltit q 70 Professor Zogi
+ .1.... TV 017(1( ft ". in 71: ft. V ,
no ilo. m mli. "' inn It tot
; ? ',,.,.",.v Out (.i' v no of MPllnft The Magician Marvelous !
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".... C I'io9P In, 1'''" tlteemin Professor Zogi, the magician, the pitcher comes a sparkling:glass
f '" '1"1' It C ?,:9 !0 Ci tn TTnnro..kt"
eame to town and of beer
\ tI.p...... I I.. 50. %".-iire-lion our Saturday white collar and alii!
"ceo ft 0" iiwri Ce'C"'ii ftC put on a performance for the benefit "Just to show Doc
... .... goes says ,
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.. ... '0..... .... .. 'I' .. II... h.. Orphanage. astonished "that It takes a magi
---- t-.. a,.., 'Vt 'V..... ::11 Be' 3\:\ I It was quite a shawl r Among cian to satisfy all tastes."

I i iI I other things, the professor holds a From where I sit, the professor

I I : !." 19oyrwvrnintorirtclt.e'11'oc! 1'1'11'' ,' pitcher in his hands, and asks folks has a mighty good act.. one that

what they'd have drink. Ma IIos-
SUNRISETHEATRE points a moral too. Tastes differ-
klns asks for buttermilk and the but
people can have friendly,
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I professor promptly pours her a happy time enjoying the beverage

t tI I Ft. Pierce, Florida : rich, creamy glassful. that each prefers-and being toler.

I \ Continuous,, Shim 1 :00 to II Oil I 2 I Then Zeb Collins asks for cider, ant of one another's preferences.and .

I : out of the same pitcher comes

PROGRAM a mug of cider. Doc Hollister next Q 171/ _
calls for beer-and presto, from ( ..I ,.. '. u
o SUN. & MOV. APR. 21 & 22 O

Ray Milland

Jane Wjman u; Copyright, 1946, United Stoic Bremen Foundation

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"I REAL ESTATE AGENT WANTED

& WED. APR. 23 & 34 '
TUES.
: Active Iran or woman to list, show and sell Farms and country

LP GOES MAISIE" properties to people our National Advertising brings to you.

fi ; featuring I! Experience not essential, we train you for the work.
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I Also Univerial News and
, Crime Novelty "Purity Squad"THURSDAY Country Real Estate Agency; In business 46 years. !Many of

I our agents are earning over $8,000 per year.

I : ONLY, APRIL 25 I Preference given to applicants located In towns or villages, or
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2 Big Bargain Features on main highways at edge of town or village.

"MURDER IN TilE
I 'Our Field Representative will contact you during the first partof
MUSIC hALL"Vera ,
limbs Ralston April. Please write-stating address and phone.

seedFOR William Marshall I I STROUT REVLTY AGENCY

2nd Feature p. 0. Box 1054 Lakeland Florida

"THE GENTLEMAN ,
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TOMORROW'S HARVEST 1} .veltjt{ "BroKen Dykes" 8

Paramount New.
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FRI. &. S\T. APR. 28 & 21 8
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It'. planting time again! That glorious season seed, in the form of new cars, new locomotives CEMENTBlo ]
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r of the year when Nature smiles her fondest and and other new facilities and equipment, all of Claudette Colbert .

the presence of Spring foretells the coming of which we are "planting" as rapidly as possible. Don Ameche

the growing period. From them will come a finer and better trans f.'
"GUEST WIFE"Our -.cJ7

Generally, we don't have to wait for a cerportation service. .. and that improved trans \\eetern Treat II

tain "season" to do our planting on the Seaportation servlct will give impetus to the continued to "CIL1FORMV GOtH RUSII" '' .

board. But in recent years crucial shortages of economic growth of the Southeast Wild Bill Elliott ,

materials and manpower have compelled us That growth is a matter of deep interest to More Fun 8
Cartoon Holiday forShoeatrloga" : We are now manufacturing Cement Blocksat
to postpone the fulfillment of our plans. us and, as always, our best efforts will be con-
) our plant in Okeechobee and can furnish the
Today we are finding it possible to get more tributed gladly to its nourishment.IMSbUOll Fox NewsMIDNICIII'
: people of this county with any amount they

SHOW SAT. MTE : desire.

April 27, hill P. M. :
GHOST"with :1 Our Blocks are manufactured to meet Fed
1I1JOARP .J "THE VMPIRES :
6. ,\ eral and S'ate specifications.

=:;;; AIR LINE RAILWAY ,';' I i. -John Plus Abbott another Charles Chiller Gordon.Diller i 3 i I i 1

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Fresh Florida doz. 46cU.
Eggs, per - -


.S.No.1 GREEN ONIONS - 15c bunch U.S.No.1 1

MAINE YELLOW SQUASH - : 11e lb. FLORIDA

WHITE ONIONSRUTABAGAS 12c lb.
POTATOES - POTATOES

10 Ib. - 49c - 4c b. 5 lb. - 31c


Fancy Florida . Juicy 'I
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SPINACH 3lb. 25c
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I a 4k*.1 khw.q a ORANGES ..k=1 .- -J 20c doz.
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Cuban
Fresh Florida
33ceach
AVOCADOS -
S. LETTUCE - - 14c head
Fresh .
BLACKEYE PEAS 2 lb. 39c Fancy { ::'t

Crisp -:. i CUCUMBERS 18c Ib.19c .
FLORIDA CELERY lOc stalks
f Ready-Shelled" ..
Fancy .
bunch BUTTER BEANS .
RADISHES 9c - Ib.
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Louisiana Kiln Dried Snappy

4 Ib 35e CARROTS 12c
SWEET POTATOES bunch

SLAW CABBAGE GREEN CABBAGE
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4clb. 6c Ib.

Compare these prices at your favorite store, then shop and
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