<%BANNER%>
The Okeechobee news
ALL ISSUES CITATION SEARCH THUMBNAILS MAP IT! PAGE IMAGE ZOOMABLE
Full Citation
STANDARD VIEW MARC VIEW
Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00079943/00344
 Material Information
Title: The Okeechobee news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The Okeechobee Publishers, Inc.
Place of Publication: Okeechobee Fla
Creation Date: May 17, 1946
Publication Date: -1992
Frequency: triweekly[<1989>-1992]
weekly[ former <1926-1945>]
semiweekly[ former <1981-1983>]
three times a week
regular
 Subjects
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 )
 Notes
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).
 Record Information
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000373291
oclc - 33430034
notis - ACB2469
lccn - sn 95047276
System ID: UF00079943:00344
 Related Items
Succeeded by: Daily Okeechobee news

Full Text
.



Robt. LaMartlii 1.1.a








-_ wl1r@kttthnbtt( Nt1Us 1 "





Volume 31-Number 52--- Okeechobee, Florida, Friday, May 17, 1946 Price Five Cents

-- - -- --- -- --



I COUNTY COMMISSIONERS ACQUIRING RIGHT OF.WAY-FOR NEW ROAD I






era The of Board Okeechobee of-County County Con1ml..lon-met in BETH: DURDESHAW( MARRIED WARD GUBLER IN BEAUTIFUL CEREMONY LAST TUESDAY I I Ii


regular session Monday, May 6 nt e -


10 a. m.Prescnt. were Commissioners C. i'Okeechobee Track Team Placed in Indian River Conference MeetVednesday solemnized A pretty four Tuesday o'clock afternoon wedding, was the

E. chairman J. .
Drawdy ; 0 Chapman I 14th In the
Baptist church, when
B C. Swain, F. M. Mobley and
''Padgett( of the County Welfare Photostat Corp. pnper .0. . /53.21 ODD FELLOWS ENTERTAINEDBY I Okeechobee High School track Beth Burdeshaw became the bride
W. F. Walker T. I
; County Attorney 1
Board wai accepted. Raulerson Dept Store, THEIR WIVES FRIDAY of Cpl. Ward Gubltr, who Is now
ft. Conely, Jr. Sheriff N. 0. Stew- i : team won third place in the Indian ;
; . . . . . . I. stationed with the Army Air
i| In compliance with Chapter 133, ('Ii supplies 0 685 River Conference's annual track CorpsIn
art end Mcbel P. Rnulerson, dork ,, Florida Stilt ute. 1941, the Okeechobee Ulmer Ezell, fountain rep.. 45.50 I Friday night May 10, the Odd meet Wednesday Without practiceor West Palm Beach
The minute of the meetings helddurinit' Fellows
County Bank was designated aa OkePchobce Hdw. &: Turn lodge was entertained by any experience in track competition I The former :Miss Burdeshaw, pop.
the month of April 1946
were
I County Depository for the year CII supplies . . . . . . . 66 their wives. Mrs Barney Blum was the boys came home with ; ular and attractive daughter of Mr.
road and approved. chairman of the affair and with the
commencing July 1, 1946 City of Okee., water CH &: J 1990 their chests full of ribbons. and Mrs Paul Burdeshaw, was an '
The report of the County Welfare I help of her committee prepared and ''
PInk Drug Co., Jail supplies 2.50 This pioneer team In Okeecho- 'active member of the young groupof
Board,I for the month of April( 1046 I served a chicken supper
I RESOLUTIONWhereas II & W. B. Drew Co., bee's athletic history is composed of the church. She was graduated

wan read and approved and ordered I the Board of County''' supplies Co. Officials . . lit.15 ACtor supper Brother C. II Eiland Raulie Raulerson, Dozier Clements, from Okeechobee High School and

filed In the office of the clerk of Commissioners of Okeechobee county Park Drug Co., election sup. 290 1 I spoke to the group on Jonah, a Vernon Wright, Donald Mack,. Robert had been employed In the Okeechobee -

tt", Circuit Court.A I has received copies of resolutions D. B. McCarthy, plumbing, JalllSOO character in the Bible. This was Pearce, Robert Hays and Elphla County Bank until the last"nine

petition for restitution of lands I pertaining to the matter of keeping Evans Elee Co., election exp 6.90Scharfachwerdt I followed by games and contests that Harden months, when she accepted a position

render, the provisions of House Bill Intact the hospital unit at Camp Bros, sup J 5.39 were enjoyed by all. I, with the Atlantic National

No Ci8!' of 1945 was flied by Naomi I, Murphy, Florida, so that the same N. O. Stewart, att Co. Comm. 500 I The affair was enjoyed by thirty. I EX GREEN ACCEPTS DEFEVT ,I Bank in West Palm Beach, as head

All"'n on the following described I: may be used for some public purpose . Okeechobee Co. Bank, five guests \MTII GOOD GRACE I of the exchange division

property: Loti 1 to 12 Inc., Dlk. 6, I and I| Assign by Okee News . . 170.50 .---- -- -- -- ---- !' Corporal Gubler's home Is in ,
Lex Green, candidate for United
ftc "t Sherman S/D to the City of :I Whereas, this board la of the opinIon -, Withholding Tax Fund, E'tIOL.ELl.EDGE: TO BE States Senate, out the follow. I Buhl, Idaho, and after his discharge

Okeechobee, and upon motion by :| that this valuable asset should taxes withheld . . . . . . 13.40 BACHELOR OF SCIENCEI : gave I the young couple will make their

Comm Swain, duly seconded by I t j be kept intact and used as a unit': Mrs John Chandler, I ,, ing" statement at his hornet I home In Idaho for at least three

<'omm. Chapman, the application I I rather than being razed cad sold at cleaning elec. hall . . . . 3.00 I Lakeland (Special) Enola H. I express my heartfelt gratitudeto I years, while Ward finishes his college
Ellidge will receive bachelor of the voters and to the volunteer
\en approved. j depreciated prices; II & W B Drew Co. : education.

County deeds were approved for I Now, therefore, be It supplies, cerk . . . . . . 20.10 science degree at commencement '' workers over the State who ralliedto 1
resolved'i ,, exercises to be held May 22 at 10:30 our cause and fought for it: Beth was given in arrlagi, by
the followfngtConnie I that the Ut 8 Government Geo. D. Barnard Co, '
I her father and the
,
a. m., in the Annie Preiffer chapel nobly My gratitude to you can ceremony per.
Is hereby requested to preserve this valut table . . . . . . . 42183
W. Raulerton et ex, Nora : on the campus at Florida Southern never be repaid. formed by Rev Eiland, was made
Cheater W Raulerson I, hospital unit at Camp Murphy, Fla., Robert La Martin, comm. TA 125.00 I IBe.ale I I 1
S.1' Phelps, ], College. II 1 The returns indicate nomination i doubly impressive by the fact that
as a unit and that the State of Flor Alderman, comm TO 12500 I
15 u--oil V. Domer et ux, VincentRoiumel ,, of Governor Holland in the race 'it occurred on the 20th anniversary
MM R. L. Brewer, ida be requested to petition the Election Officials, i' I
et ux, I I for the Senate by a clear majority of her parent's marriage.
Eddie C. Federal Government for the grant I May 7 prim election . . 475.00 CLARENCE LOFTON PROMOTED
C. Mar.cock,
Mrs Clyde I with a light vote cast I accept I II I The bride made a lovely pictureIn
trueteel i I of such property as a public Returning ballot boxes, I
Tindell, II F; Raulerson Fort Knox, Ky., May 13.Clarence cheerfully the will of the majority ,,, her gray afternoon dress, with
tution, to be operated by the State May 7 prim. election . . 14.10 I
Hallle Thomas
T. W. Conely jr., j jOkei I I i L Lofton, Box 121, Oke'chotSee, as expressed at the polls I congratulated white accessories, carrying a white

','hobee Memorial Hospital of Florida FINE & FORFEITURE FUND ; Florida, member of the Military I the winner on his nom- testament, and standing, with Ward

.. On motion of Comm. Walker, sec Be It further resolved, that the I N. O. Stewart, cost bills . .$38101' Police Section of the Service Com- |Iination and wished him a successful and her attendants, before an

onded by Comm. Mobley, the follow- | chalrmn of this board be nd he the Is T. W. Conely, Jr., docket fees 8,00 I II mand Unit at Fort Knox, Ky., has I' term of real service to the peopleIn altar beautifully banked with Easter

ins resolution was adoptedRESOLUTION : I hereby authorized to appoint j I :Mary Schulman, conv fees . 500 been promoted to the grade of Sergeant I the Sente j Hies, gladiolas and fern, lighted by
I I committee to meet with the proper I II I
I Mabel P. Raulerson, "I believe the principles of government candles from four candleubras
State officials In an attempt -1
Federal and _
cost bills & att. ct. . . . 8.801 you and I espoused are Paula Burdeshaw attended her
Whereat the State Road Depart to delay the sale or salvage I
Dr. R. C. real and eternal and that they will
I Bibb ONLY ONE UNEMPlOYED sister as maid of honor and was
ment of Florida has authorized endrequested of said hospital unit and to convert . I all is
I witness fees March . 2.10I eventually prevail. After this attired in an afternoon dress of
Okeechobee County, to same to some proper state use Unemployment check
went to one
:Men born
what matters are serve
'
of
I II I blue con
carrying a nosegay
of Be It further resolved that other ROAD & BRIDGE FUND
furnish the necessary rights way I man In the total amount of $15.00 their time on the stage and pass on. bridesmaidswere
tj 1 flowers The
of In this area be requestedto Dist 5 labor . . .$12 55 i trasting
.tN'' and I easements for that portion counties I Payroll, In Okeechobee County during the Principles are eternal." j jCHRI Doris McDonald of West Palm
Section 9109, designated as a part' Join with Palm Beach, Martin, Gilbert Culbreth, sup No 3. 60 week ending May 4, It was reported ; Ii
I l I, i Beach, who wore yellow, and Miriam
of State Road 59 In said county | St. Lucie and Okeechobee Okee Hdw & Furn., I I by Carl B. Smith, chairman of the
from on east boundary ofl to preserve this vauable ... countlea// supplies, No. 8 & .5/ . . . 0.20' Florida Industrial Commission. I I Ifortara Harvey of Okeechobee, wearing
!
point Immortals" is the
,,i ? !\ and each girl carrying a beautifulnOle&a
Section 77"; Todtaehip"37 I common public use '. T? H.,Nx(i Surv,.:St*... .||Hg,, ," I The Industrial Commission paid subject of the leseon-sermon which pink

Range 35 East, to a point In Section I Be It further resolved, that copies I tires & tUbes, No.3. . .. 33891 I tJTroughcuth state $93,833: to '4-j\ will"b"e readin 'Churches of o ). '

35. Township 35 South, Rango 33 of this resolution be sent by the I Ga.Caro Oil Co, lub Dis 4 70.24 i BOO claimants, 3,32"3 men and 1267)) Chrllt'1" Tech 'Sgt: Joseph Branchtal;'' stationed \1.:

Fast. a distance of 118 miles which I! clerk\ of this board to Hon MillardF. Okee Hdw & Furn., I I',women. I Scientist, throughout the at West Palm Beach, attended .

has been surveyed and located byj I Caldwell, Governor, Tallahassee; | sup, No.2. 3, 4 & /5 . . . 18.301 I Claimant receiving compensation I Sunday, May 19. I Cpl. Gubler as best man.

the State Road Department as State Improvement Commission,';( Payroll No.3& 4, labor . . 897.50 In Okeechobee County, as unem- I The Golden Text h: Hneceforth I Iy.l1 Ushers were Jack Coker and Sil-

shown by map on file In the officeof I Tallahassee, and the Boards of )] Payroll No 2, 3 & 4, labor . 230.80 ployed but available for suitable I know ye no man after the flesh: venue Harden.
(II though we have known Christ
the clerk of the circuit court of County Commissioners of Martin,', Boree Lum. Co., employment was classified as one'' henceforth I Music was provided by Mrs J. H.

nid county and in the office of theaaid | Palm Beach, Broward, Dado and St .I lumber, 3, 4 & 8/ . . . . . 843.03 (II skilled stationary engineer. after the fesh, yet now McCrtnle, who accompanied Mrs.
know we him no more" (II Cor /5:
department at Tallahassee, and j Lucie Counties I Withholding Tax withheld . 20,401( - -- 16). I John Roese while she sang ''Be

Whtreas, The said Department 1, Knight's Ser Sta., gas, 2 & 4 12.46I I HIGH SCHOOL GRADUATES i I cause" and "Oh, Promise MeA ."

construction of said Alto Watford, URGED TO ENTER LUCRATIVE held for the
will not begin The following resolution was pres j reception was
title to Ed Watford, shell No.4. . 600: MUSING PROFESSION ........ ......................... ..........A''
portion of Sec 9109 until ented by Comm. Swain, who moved. I bridal party and Immediate family,
. . . . 30800
all land necessary has been convey- its adoption and upon being sec shell &. hauling at the Burdeshaw home, after which
Orlando .
Fla, May 15 -Stressing !
Personal
Local and
t.d I to or vested in said State by said' onded by Comm Chapman waS S. C. Paige, fuel 2, 3 & 4 . 8386 the urgent need for in hospitals 'I the young couple left for a short
| nurses
County and said lands physically I!! unanimously adopted: I, Bonnie's Supply, Diet. 8 . . 10.14 ,, over the entire United States, ........ ............ honeyn'oon at Juno Beach
Bros
Scharfschwerdt
tenants, I.
all ?
cleared of occupants '
RESOLUTION j . . . . . . 7506 the National Nursing Council Is'
snd/or other structures ) sup 2, 3 & 4 PV TOKYO
buidlngs LEROY CARTER
Whereas, the Board of County ]I I sponsoring a program to attract Mr and Mrs Bryant Bowden
No. 4 26 pO
situate or enroachlng within the Commissioners has obtained title to George Clayton, assign high school graduates to the nurs left here Sunday for Tampa and to .
i
With the in Japan
Eighth Army
limits of the lands required; now, Donalda Realty Co., ,,
lands under foreclosureproceedings Bay Pines Monday, where Bryant
,
certain ing profession
A . . .1075.00 Private Leroy Carter of Okeechobee,
therefore be it I I rt of way rd. 162-
I entered the veterans hospital for
I and I More than 65 per cent of the 1,060
with the
I t i' 0 K Gar & Much, ]I I Florida, Is now serving
Resolved That the said County, observation
I hereas, tax sale certificates were' No.4 fuel & rep. . . . . 2155H / hospitals In the country surveyed famous First Cavalry Division In
through Its Board of County Comml I said lands In 1942 for by the American Hospital Assocla- -
issued against I the present occupation of the Nip-
.Kioner comply with the requestof 1941 which certificates ft 11 ula ey, i ii tion, report acute shortness of Mr: and Mrs R. E. Link state that .
of ,
the taxes
Rd. 162-A . . 10000 pon capital
said Department and procure, I i rt, of way their Dr. N H Link, is associated -
foreclosureI I son
'were not Included In the I nurses while 23 per cent of all hospitals I Overseas three months, Carter Is
convey or vest In said State the :, said certificates GENERAL REFUNDING FUND have been forced to close with Dr Hen son Parker,
proceedings because :, 1940 I I serving with "A" Troop, 12th Cay
free clear and unencumbered titleto were not two years old at the time t lit Nat'l Bank of Chicago, beds, wards, or entire wings due toI ; dentist, on the staff at New York aIry Regiment, as a rifleman.

all lands necessary for said por-I I foreclosure proceedings were instituted I prin. & Ink on 1944 I the shortage, the Council reports,i Dental College, which is connected As a civilian, he attended local

tion of Section 9109, and I and this board is of the opinion I I Gen. Ref. Bd. . . . . .17925.00 although there Is a vital need for l with the university where he graduated schools and later was employed on a

the State Road Department said:: that said certificates should be :( Manu Trust Co., j jserv 1 I every bed and facility. cattle ranch. He entered the Army "

lands and that the chairman and the cancelled. : as paying agent . 60.00 I While there are now approximately : on July 23, 1945, and received his
clerk of this board be and they are Mrs H. M. Parrish and grandson
In training
15,000 nurses
women
Bank of Chicago,
ht Nat'l Blanding,
Now, therefore, be it resolved, I basic training at Camp
hereby authorized and directed to I schools,. there Is an immediate need of Lake City are visiting the Mc
bal due 1944 discharge, Carter
I'I that the clerk of circuit court be i I I II Florida Upon
execute and to deliver said, Department on behalf the of and she Is hereby authorized and I( Gen. Ref. Bd. . . . . 310.17 for at least 80,000 additional train Nell., this week i I plans to return to his former occupation
.Iid County I
Instructed to cancel all tax: certificates RACE TRACK FUND ees. .
I
contract In the form hereto attach. j Issued In 1942 for the taxes( Road &: Bridge I In their appeal, the Council de. I Jerry Greenberger and wife were His father, Albert Carter, resides

"I I : and be it | of 1941, on lands included In the Fund Transfer . . . . .$3,00000 clared that a graduate nurse has I in town Saturday and Sunday, visiting In Okeechobee, Florida

Resolved, That the attorney for foreclosure proceedings filed In the I General Fund . . . . . . 3000,00 I the equivalent of a college education :'I I his mother and father here

this board be, and he Is hereby I circuit court of Okeechobee county The clerk was authorized to pay !I I and is prepared for a lifetime for Mothers. Day I| EUGENE WRIGHT, PACIFIC

authorized and directed to proceedto i Right of Way Road 162.A checks as ; of usefulness as a resut of the DISCHARGED
December 31, 1941, being Chancery VETERAN,
take the necessary steps for the I Case No. 877. they are presented by the attorney j I j thorough training received both in Mrs Dave McCarthy was taken tol j

County to acquire In the name of for the boardCALIFORNHNS. nurses school and actual practice. Arcadia Hospital Sunday. Her condition Jacksonville, Fla, May 11-Eugena

said County by donation, purchaseor Hospitals are seeking women between is Improved and she expectsto C. Wright, fireman first class, of

condemnation said rights of way The following vouchers were approved 1 HERE I the ages of 18 and 34 years be able to return home Thursday Okeechobee, Florida, veteran of U

and easements for said portion of and ordered payed who are high school graduates months' duty In the Pacific, was

Section 9109, and to prepare in the funds are available: when I Mrs Alma Parkinson, her daughter Special appeals are being made to discharged Saturday, May 11, at the

name of said county by Its county GENERAL FUND Mrs. Stanley Rogers, and her I girls who are now ready to graduate Mr. and Mrs R Hudson Burr, Jacksonville Naval' Personnel Separation

commissioners all condemnation papers Salary County Officials . .991.00 young grandson, Carroll, all of San I from high school and are planning mother and father of "Slim" Burr, Center;. '
I
affidavits and pleadings, and Co. Welfare Bd., relief, Apr. 350.00Baslnger Diego, Calif, are spending three I their life's work, the Council were visitors here Sunday Aboard the attack transport HockIng I t

prosecute all condemnation proceedings School Lunch, gro. 12.50 weeks with Mr. and Mrs Al said. Pointing out that nursing executives Wright took part In the Invas-

to judgment; and said attorney Gilbert Culbreth, CII supplies 13.751Fla. Boettger 1 earn up to $8,000 a year, Clarence Lofton, son of Mr. and" ions of Iwo Jlma and Okinawa, and

is further authorized to have prepared Power & Light Co. I I Mrs Parkinson, sister of Mrs the Council said that the profession Mrs. Maurice Lofton, returned home the occupation of China.

at said county' expense, and Elect., CH A Jail . . . . 1179 Boettger, is soloist and choir dl.1'I I" a whole provides high\ Incomes I May 10 on furougb from the Army. The veteran wears three ribbons,

furnish to the Department, the abstract Okee Hdw & Furn., supplies 13.51 j, rector of the Methodist church in and an attractive career. the Asiatic-Pacific with two battle

search provided for In said Inter Co. Tel &: Tel I National City, Calif., and drove to I Other groups joining the appeal Cpl. James W. Jordan, Jr., of stars, the American theater, and the

contract. telephone, clerk' office . 500'! Florida to attend the senior piano are the American Hospital Association Camp Kilmer, N J., arrived her. World War II Victory Medal

Inter County Tel & Tel '!I recital and commencement exercisesof and the United States Public Wednesday afternoon to spend a 12 He is the son of Mr. and Mrs.

The resignation of Mrs R. K telephone, county Judge . 4.10'' her nelce, Molly Health Service. day furlough with his family. Curtis W Wright, of Okeechobee.

-- -- --
-- -


COME IN AND SEE THE NEW BENDIX KITCHFN SINKS AND CABINETS ELECTRIC FANS GILBERT I


t) We Will Wash Your Clothes Free (once) fJ Now on Display Keep Your 4 ,


Demonstration Days Tuesdays, Thursdays, Fridays ?1&Cf'' vour orders Now Home Cool COMPANY


Garbage Cans and Backets Galvanised **d Bronx Scree WIN Garden Tool Insect Spray and Can DDT Johnson and O'Cedar Wax Broom and Mop AUsnlnisa and Zajslirar Stepladders












.

w

r ..",. s. -



.. ...
.iI' "...






.
I'

OKEECHOBEB!: NEWS FRIDAY, MAY 17, 14*

.
--- -
------ ---- -- ------ ------------ -- ----

OUTBOARD BOATS ready for delivery rtKI'OKK OP
I .
AM
JKC.TIONH
CORRECT CRAFT
t' Published Every Friday by the planked runabout and mahogany cruisers; 10 Pursuant ALL WHOM to (' .' : MESSAGE FROM THE PRESIDENT
Oke.chob.e News Co.. at Ok** h** l'lorlda Alt of
.
bee, Okeechobe County, Florid some of these model ready for immediate erglades Drainage ,.

......... delivery. Pine Castle Boat : of C'uniniliHluuers of : .j
i BRYANT BOWDEN Bdltot RICO District has THE UNITED STATES
&: Construction Co, Pine Castle and showing the debt '
Entered asnnd plan matter lair "( of I ho IJlHlrlct
1, 1014 lit the Pout Offlc In OkeM-hic. Titusville, Florida. clog on the lit day
be*, Fle, under Act of Mar. 8, 187*. I unit ending on the .
--- SUBSCRIPTION- RAn lee miicuetllng placed October on !

One Year In advance .., .. ....$100 KITCHEN SINKS Die Si'crc'lury of : '. J
: ,
Six Month In advance 1.00 All StylesPITCHER IHI7 Comenu .
Three Month In advance .75 Bench, 1'lurlilu, '' s : '
- - PUMPS | (he hut oinnlni'il said; Board and ;t : : Millions of people face'famine in the war-torn world !1I "
"" -":"' '''' ':'';'':'' :'':'':--OO--) SHOWER STALLS HUM, on the tUb ,
I
,Mil.. ill La.!.\ I.., ., lives -
: I call American to help :
Bathroom Accessories i noon, .,f mild, din ( upon every save (
CLASSIFIED
ADSDEALER
I| Ilftiiii days from .
Glass ShelvesEBNER'S puhllinllon hereof) Eat less wheat products, facts and oils.
;.. ;.;..;..> -11- .hi'iirlnir iihJiK'lluiiN I
with reopen. to sold .
WANTED--200 farm-hom 110\ 11\1 or Balance your diet with foods which are plentiful. I
or) 1.\'Elull .
necessities -- medicine, vitamin, PLUMBING ELECTRIC AND MSTIUOr I
I 11}' W. 1) Keep up your Victory Garden. Preserve food at home.
spices, foods DDT, etc., well knownIn HOUSEHOLD SUPPLIES
-
every county. For particular I 712 Orange Ave, Phone 8 .(\1"111'11'seal I I I); ; Waste no food. I

write Memphis Rawleigh'Tenn. Dept FAE-179.142 It, FT PIERCE, FLA. H>' IM. I (' Famine and peace cannot go together. It is up to all I

i iI of to that food lives and strengthens
NOTICE; OF us see saves i

RANCHES AND CATTLE GRAZING I SPECIAL AT EBNER'SMedicine I For DrnJniiii Dellnijnent)I : I II peace everywhere in he world. '

TR.CTSRE SALEABLE NOW. -n- I NOTICE .

W EAR E CONNECTED WITH : I non lands'pajuient delinquent if on\ \ (Signed) HARRY S. TRUMAN

MONEYED INVESTORS. IF INTERESTED Cabinets _ --_uu_____ $3.75 so IUtrlit ninth Taxes thereof for as I
IN SELLING, WRITE HORACE Willow Clothes !I to poor the amount
M SHERWOOD, P. O. BOX said In ml 8 for said ..
Baskets $2.95 toe costs of snle ,
851, CQRAL GABLES, FLA., WITH governing said
LESLIE H. COOMBES: BROKER. -ii- I nt cluck pnhllc norm auction on the I
Screen Wire 28 in. 1040( at the front ,


LIGHTINGFIXTURES ,I 32 lOc in 12c running; 42 in.foot 16c sale 11 1"lorllln.A nil lie complete Is In completed and the HH CIty t

"- InndH Is available Bank
l ion during the County
Fluorescent Lights Du Pont' FamousWall offldof Hie, Tux
( of I ......."'
Count
Door ChimesEBNER'S :, Paint, gal. $2.951 Ilonne" ill Ok.... OFFICERS
-1 InqulrloH an lint to by, H. McNULTY, President S. H. McDOUGALD, Vice-Pre.. and Cashier \r ?
EBNER'SPLUMBING phono dillnqiient. or In .. RAY CARROLL, Vlce-Pres. R. G. DYNES, Assistant Cashier
hnnrn, will be fully DIRECTORS
PLUMBING: ELECTRIC AND : ELECTRIC AND office of sold Tax RAY CARROLL, C. H. McNULTY E. M. MESERVE I

HOUSEHOLD SUPPLIES HOUSEHOLD SUPPLIES Tnx nn.. .. ALLEN MARKHAM: Jr. S. H. McDOUGALD JOHN ROE, Sr.
712 Orange \\8. Phone 8 (' J. 0, PEARCE
712 Orange Ave Phone 8

FT. PIERCE FLA. FT. PIERCE, FLA.
I -------
-------- -
--- -- --- -.0- __ ._ _____ ___ OKEFCITORFF: (' I I

ATTENTION HIGH 1 pnrsiinnt NOTICE to IS April County NOTICE, Florida May. 1)1. 104(1 1'-: MY SINCERE THANKS I .

SCHOOL SENIORS 1X211(1( I...",e of Ml' "' IS 11DKEBY JIVKN that to m>' loyal friends and supporters throughout the State for the I II
known n the Nertlon 0 of Chapter I i
Piirsnnnce nf ( .. ) : 2 : !: of Plorldn] Acts of 1OT7 I splendid lead given me In the first primary
BECOME A NURSE 1" lorMn" Aft. nf (\ the MI'IU'IIV ACT. end In I know that many good citizen supported other well qualified canditiates. -
I\'F.I'III.AII ) of Chapter 200M! : Lavs uf
TnifT ACT' the of 1941. known as the I To )ou I submit my qualification for jour consideration
loud sltnnti-il" In ; >rs DIMINAOB PI*. In the second primary.
District In the followIng" described i Let' all join together for final victory on May 28th.
: ; I
Ih. will IK offered ;t lu Everglade. Drainage
Enlist in the Proud Profession int<'rfor the : !: Okoechobce County, Flor I Gratefully yours,
YOUR Mil nhjcct to the ; 1 offe-M for sole at public I
I ti... of tin I,, .. the highest' end best rash WILBUR C. KING
of Nursing and receive training Fusel and, if the the rlzht nf the Trun- 1
HOSPITAL NEEDS ; : tl.r I
i stoners of nxertflndi Improvemen0 Fund
I 1, trlct tu reject any itnnrd of Coslml.slouer of Candidate for RAILROAD COMMISSIONERGROUP
Il/fp equivalent to a college education ronrihonxe. I.., !: : \: : : Driilnnge District to reject I 1
o'clock A. M. on bills. at the Courthouse. :
I May, 1046 A* to It in.nil clock A. M on the I A man experienced In business and government can serve you bestas I
i of ten mrcs or \ Tnno. IIHH. As to nil your Railroad Commissioner
The Orange of potnlenm and In nil '' m more, -- Paid Political Adv - -I
I other nilnernls will Ir"r' all tol'O; and
Tru.I,-ee of the h. of other minerals will I __-_ ________ __ _
General Hospital \Puiid\'nsnn Tnsonients feet wIde, :: ; I ; .I"uu'nt bv; Irimteis I'lind: ,: film of: 'the ini-nts: Inter for =arvaTo )11'0 IIIA.
snlil rmtei-s from of way 200 feet tilde will I Il
which :here Is 'n l hv said ruateei from

ggpga yNntlaO allta'= aall ORLANDO, FLORIDA '-ec'ntrnMcn.IK'! .- ., : >ci in1 :C'UTOPIA"I! I / through rood ; which end, enicment there Is for an I I : From where I sit.. by Joe Marsh 41\ I I'
'\,1.1 -''''f63 i' : I reclnmatlnn end for *- - n'i
ala altll. M.IOIIWIApproved trmin- rr--r cl will be reserved by the
PR-J Pls'rtc, *. UTOPIA"A I : : of Bverflade
...' .
"
by the American Medical Association and Lute S to n Inc 11 I, t The Truth
of h 5, Blk. 8, Royal Osks
the American College of Surgeons. I.nltl. Blk?150, ('l n -
Lot A. Blk. 1 QO, "i. Hlk n, Itovnl Onks
Lot 2 to 4 Inc, 7 About That Explosion
Conduces a fully accredited nurses trainingschool.. I 10/ Sonthwent I I ; Illk. ISO, City of Okee- "
Lot 9. Blk. 81. I
Lot 2. 4 to T and 0, Blk 111. City of I
It offers I
every facility for training unusual
.
nurses of Okeerhobe ... For week Homer Bentley has eel a charge of TNT beneath ttf

class rooms, science laboratory, demonstration room Lot City!I 1 of to 1 Inc. S I .. 4, Illk. 110 City of tried to uproot that big stump in roots.

facilities and an experienced and capable teaching Titrsirrs N M? \r'; '": : : I 01, City of Oki-echobee his ha)'field .. with succeeds team and trac Reminds you of all the excuse
he breaks
tor. Finally -
a
human beings to b4
staff. nf\ Tim I Hn lito' rOVSIiSSifNFI'e! use cover up
JJ\'F.rtH: Ar'F'e I1HA IS. score of windows round about, and judgment Like the "two-beer
RORD HP F.\'I OF' ; I ':' IMSIKier. frightens the neighbors half to alibi" When somebody gets into
Student nurses get complete maintenance-and three : : 01 Tlin INTI;:!:
AOF \!. \' .\ .'; FI':'>/O. death! trouble, and blames it on". couple
By M\BPL P ' '
weeks vacation
annually. i UK SPA IK OP FLOK
fur ".. \. "All I used," apologizes Homer, of beers," you can be mighty sure
I nnl Tmpir" \ P nAt'IEHSOV, Agent "was a couple of small sticks of they are covering the truth.
for Bnn.nl up
They live in comfortable nurses homes with adequate I'rimtei-s; rf the internal Im. I
of :\' i dynamite, like should." From
.. i ''' Kiuiil "n.fur Board ; you where I sit, a moderate
for home life recreation and entertainment : trlit ,, .
space . I -" f L\t-ri.Uili
Flnnln; I Pl.-lit tlcpwho. "That was no two small sticks of beverage like beer is a better way
-supervised by carefully chosen house mothers. I -- I Florida. dynamite,"Judge Cunningham says of keeping out of trouble than getting .
--- --
severely-and it finally comes out into It.
Nursing is a time honored profession and of life long' ': I SFM OF INTENTION I.AM1 TO that Homer got so cussed mad at flu ...

benefit. Help relieve the present urgent need for, is Section nnnFnv 15 OIVFV(ell. hnplvi that that everlasting stump, he'd plant ,

nurses by releasing graduate nurses for essential : of dT Flllrl Chapter,]... Ads 11717' ...f Law lull O

duties.If i '.' '. .. '.' ; : : 11 Acts, Chapter of l'VM. ( .1 8'al amended"' of Copyright, 1946 Vtuied Stout Bm CIt Feue4uoimt
of 11)41, and pur- -----_ .. ----.
you are a high: school graduate between 18 and 34 Section riorldn.42 Act Chapter* of 1011 20722.n* '. ![- ::; !1 -

years of age-of sound mental and physical health''' Sunday and. I Florida' Section. Acts 10. Chapter of 1041.2207KI and\ I

and of good character you can enroll now in the Fall May Chapter nf 10.41 20722.as amended laws by of

classes for 1946. : Chapter 2207'!. Lnws of
"HOLD THAT of 1M1. .the following
I) I l Innils III Oltevi hiihee County
FACTS
Contact Hospital Director of Nursing Service today. EDDIE -nIc, 7', Klk, fl. Ilovnl 1 Oaks

Orange General Hospital, Orlando, Florida.
i : S, 4. 8, I 0. 10 11 end 12
.- .. : Cltof. Okfi-ilinhra
--- - -- ----- -- I'
I 2, n and I
,.. fl. 101k 111) City
\J \'JlJJ..JJ Io.gJIJJI.J1 i.iim\ Musical .'notice
i 2, Okeei 11, 12.hnliii nnd II: Mlk (IL It is an interesting fact that both candidates -

r N 1 II nnd Klk 4. nnd 27. (1 Northwest I. 7. X. 1), for Supreme Court have resided for

I . . .. .n !II many years in Dade County.
. .
DROP IN AT ******: : : : : : : : ', for snle lit puollc out-
highest and bet cash bid
the right of the Board of
I .. of K\orglndn Drain- I .
Friday and .
May ,, t"." nnil/,nl, 7r 1I1"'h' Honrd of p i'iinnI County, i The Miami Herald supported editorially,

I I reject. nm ami nil lilds the candidacy of the opponent of Judge Barns.
I i "rh. ,,.. iliinlnir' u' lu im I I
Chalk'si ALLEN LANE ,. M inneincnt. on the for 17th driiliiniie day of

,
..
I
LINDA n rind' road purpose
... \ I : Th result in the first primary :
i In I .\ I I H nl. i 1 IAMII 'viiNKU
"I For Judge Barns ... _
_
"TOPEKA 1 r\ i';inn \iii.1 :: IHHIN: : 22,670
I : DiMiK'i"' ; !I'D
and .,...1 ; For his opponent --- -.- 14,516
PoolRoom .\ 01 rot' N''I'iCOM
"THE BIG "" "':KV ,ill"i nkmtio 4
: ': coi" 'I i I n OIIIIM
Barns's
Judge
\ ,MABEI, P. ItAtLERSON, majority
I'1 ''u ult Court: of
RICHARD I in Dade County 8,154
> lull bev i mini v, Florida. u
; .... "IKUI. ,HI. wild llovnls I'I '' I

and enjoy a good clean game of Pool. I
Cartoons LOSES FAT This majority was given by the people of

: ALSO GET RETURNS FROM THE TWO ; SAFELY AYDS WAY I Dade County who know Judge Barns' fine

.. (.J.o//.o//' '-I'.t.: : ..:..:.. : : : : Gtt tUamtf wffbef.xrc/M record during his 20 years of service in the
Bat ttarchea, potatoM, ITSTT.
I.IAJir.: LLAGUZ L/.CLJALL: CLULJ:, i' hut alt Rtdudnir down YDSViUmlaCandr Pltn I. saf4; Circuit Court. ,

i I Ii. I dlagaesscaler. owdaNopu I

DIRECT FROM THE PLAYING FIELD .....
i. rw w. see. er tha nIN ELECT PAUL D. BARNS
""HOUSE ON lucre. bl.a.:.4.::.ISIb..w.t.ln )1f

I BY WAY OF WESTERN .UNION TICKER '.:.l, -MIS3 SUSIE :::. +ta o.dm.e de.ltdtb,.uuu.dl.die I ,PI..., If.

"THE LOST helms.ch meal dull, ths *... -1 f !'UST'CF OF SUPREME COURT (Group 2 P
.et vlununs.numrsli cmcntul ; "
SERVICE. II "SUIRAL A yd*. Start the AYDS VlUinia I .
I I' 30 .4I I
lee weight now. dsy supply ,
"ROAD TO ./ . MONEY BACK on the vary (Political Adv Paid for by friends of Paul D. Barns) _

UTOPIA"I &RkaI youd.o'1lanrultaPhnom' ,. ", ". ,, . '. oailTHE
I
WIStERIA
E DRUG SUNDRIES














.wnmwl



.



I


i


1..

FRIDAY, MAY 17, 1946 THE OKEECnOBEE NEWS

-------

NOTICE! OF INTENTION TO OKEECnOBBH COUNTY.
NOTICE
SELL LAND
FLORlDA.1
ROAD AND
Tallahasace, Flnrlda
NOTICE IS
HEREBY
GIVEN that,
REFUNDING
pursuant to Section 19 111 I chapter To the Holdera of OKEBCBOBBB April 17, 1940
NOTICE la hereby given that the Honored
slid 20058.Section Lawa of w-Florida.Chapter Acti 14717.of Lawi IOU, COUNTY ROAD AND I)III DOB Truateea of the Internal ImprovementFund Ford in Auto Golden Jubilee

of Florida, Acta of 1 31. na emended REFUNDING BONDS SERIESA I' of the State of Florida Pursuant
by Section 11, Chanter 20058. Lawi of ISSUE OF 1940: That to Law, will offer for sale forcomprtltive _
:J \\doio Acts of 1U41, and alma pnr- NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN of htda. In Tallahaaaee. Florida .
the State Board of Administration
Soctlon 42, Chapter 20722. at 11 :no o'clock A. M. June 4th
Low. of Florida, Act. of 1941, ai the State of Florida successor to the 1048. the following dearrthed lands InOKEECHOBEE
amended Section 19, Chapter 220711.! Board of County Commlialoneri of COUNTY
Law lf lfb FIorldH.:. Acta of 1U43. and Okeecbobee County, Florida, by virtueof
Section 41, Cluptvr :2U72.!, I.ow. of Section 10 of Article IX: of the,, Beginning at the N. B. Cornerof
Florida, Actn of ItMl, n. nuiendeU bv Constitution of Florida has elected to Tract No. 24 of the Bay
Si'Ctloii: 21 Chapter 2J07U, Law of and dnea excrclaa Ita option to call survey aa recorded In ,ftleB
Florida, Acts ol Una. the following' and redeem, on June 1, 1046, the following 1. Page 81. Records of Okeerhohee "
deacrll.ed. lumle :In Okeechohee County: ; described bonds to-wlt: I County, Florida, and run thence r r.q
Florida, to-wlts I 13,000: Okeechohen! County Road 8. IIQ deg 88 min B. BR88' feet 4 re ? ,r% oI
LO rtl to 4 Inc; and 10, Blk. 73, and Bridge Refunding Bonds, thenre S. 88 deg 4H mla W. 10714( S
of OkeechoheeLoti aeries A ft. thence N. AA di'B. 88 mIn. W.
5. 8 and 7. Elk 87 City otLOt Dated June 1, .1940, due June 801 3 ft. thence N. 27 rtc-ir. B8 min 'I .1
Okeechobee 1. 1070 E. DIM ft. to Point of IValnnlnv.
1, Blk. 12, wrleht's FIrat Ad. Serial Noi, 407/300 tact, and 863 containing 080 acren In Sertlona
n. With Jane 1, 1048 ASCA. 8 and 17 Townulilp. 88 South,
Loti s and 4, BIll 3, Railroad Ad Thla notice baa been filed with the, Range :31 F.nat.
dittos paving: agent Manufacturers Trust i y 't4 1 1k

Loti Okeecbobee 7 to 10 Inc, Blk. 182, City of Company New York, In the City of New York,|: .The tntf. coat pnrrhaner I. to pnr the artvertl ,. ,

Lot chobee 12, Blk. 182, City of Okee- The holders of the above described I THE TRUSTEES OF IVTTCTtNAT, ;
bonds are hereby notified to presentthe
Loti 3, 5 and 8, Blk. 180, City of same, with all Intereat coupons it*, IMPROYFMBNT FTTNO roaerve the S
Okeechobee tarhed, to the sold raying sarent,, right to reject any and nil hide aav ,, .& ? '
Lota 1 to 8 Inc., Elk 137 City of where redemption will be made at BY ORDER: of the Trnatees of the y..w4'f 7
Okeechobee par plus accrued Interest, on the date, Tnternnl Improvement Fund of the
Lot. 7'" a end 10 BIk' 18- city to I named to-wlt I June I, HM8 fterj State of Florida.Mlllnrd .
Okeecbobee which dote said bonds will cene 10I
Lota B and 8, Elk 125: City of hear interest F. Cnldwell 1 Oovernor
OkeechobeeLot
1, Elk 7, South Okeechohee I J. EDWIN': LARSON, I II < ATTEST! :
Lota 2 and 8, Blk. 188 City of I Secretary, Stale Board of Administration P. T. Elliot Sec! .
OkeerhobeeLota I of the State' of Florida TniKtpes I. 1. Fund
7 to 12 Inc. Blk. 33, South
OkeechobeeLota I
-- -- -
-
11 and 12. Blk. 38, South
Okeechobee NOTICENOTICE j
From Hancock M/C on line between
Sec. 33 Twp .87 S. R 33:
B. and Sec. 4. Twp. 39 S, Rite. IS HEREBY: GIVEN that the following described! lands will be
8.1/ B, run S 108 ftl) S 74 dec. W old at public auction on the First day of Juno A. D. 1948, at the court home, ux
23S39 ft. to line between sec the County of Okeechobee, State of Florida to pay the amount due for taxes +Ne u
tloni 4. and B for POD: thence herein let apposite to the came, together with all coat of such sole and! ad- .
R 00 deg 10 rain E 344.0 ft to i I vertlalng.' Said ante to begin at 12 o'clock Noon. I } r sr't -/
W 6487 ft, N (H) det. 10 mln. I ,aL
W. IRS.3 ft to Hancock M/L on DESCRIPTION See,
N aide of McLendon pt.; N 74 of Le.d Twp Rge.Aee. Name of Owner Amonot
deg B. BS41 ft to POB. Sec. G, I
Twp. 38. Hire. 31/ 831 acrei E}. ot E'% ot N\V14 .. 1 83 32 30 Contrasts between 1896.1916 are shown in this photograph of the first and most recent Ford cars.
From Hancock M/C on line between 1\1.4, uf 1\,4, uf tiE',4 20 3a 32 10 .T. W. R"hmldt --9 440()
Sec. 31. Twp 37 8, Rfe. NW ,. of S\4! ____ 21sa 32 40 .Ta. A' Irwin Thomn.---. __ 1.114
81/ B. and Sec 4. Twp. 38 S, Syy of IW',4 __u_ __ 22 3a 33 80 Tna & Irwin Thomas ____.____ 4,014N4 Dearborn, Mich.,-Henry Ford, In December 1909, the company In December 1927, the new modelA
.. rtie, SI E. of S 193 ft. S 74 de*. (. uf NWI4 of S4V 22 sa 33 20 Rernnrd IIprll'l'raOIl ___.___-__--__ lilt working In his machine shop at 58 moved again, this time to its new was introduced and the next year
f W 2.TS.10 ft to line between Sect. S'f of NW\I. of HII',4 22 3a 33 20 Otto n.rll'\'n.on --------------------7
Y,r, 4 and B, thence Ny9 of NEV4 of SW4 22 n 33 20 "nrlon ('. Dahl -.______..__.--.__ 224S14 Bagley avenue, Detroit, In 1893, 61-acre Highland Park plant. Here Henry Ford announced a minimum
00 deir. 10 rtfln. B 2440rft11to of NEy4 SW1,4 22 Pearl Rtroffnrt -------- 2ri dreamed of liberating the world the first endless chain conveyor was $7-a-day wage.
POB. thence W 4S1.6 ft S 00 deir. Lose 21 and ;2f _----- 4 : g : Bertram 7, Aerger.on ::::::::: -8 of Installed. It was the birth of low- In 1922 the Ford Motor Company
10 min E: 073.1 ft Hancock d" I from a Blow horse-drawn kind
M/L on S aide of to Mclendon Lot Lot: 2 ,-----------------5. 9- :: 33 33 20 20 : Ne eon -__::::::: .:::::::::::: 2 8 civilization. cost production and the beginningof paid $8,000,000 to Henry M. Leland

Point B 438 ft to aeotlnn line 1:44: of lot 19 :::::::: 10 333 10 'I' ('. "n"mon -------..---...-- 22' I the liberation of labor. In 1914 and his son, Wilfred, for the assets
N 00 deg 10 min W 0711 ft to Lot 21' _______u_____ 10 U 33 20 I Anra Inrlfnn ---- .---.---.--- 1 34 Three years later, on June 4, 1896, Henry Ford startled the world by of the Lincoln Motor Car Co. It was
be*. Arc B, Twp. 39, Rue. 35.: Lot 10 .............. 11 933"0 IT. lf. WonMo.tc ---.-------- 2.23I he rolled his first gasoline driven
109 acrea Rlnnrhr T? ..._. ._.... 229 announcing Ford employee would not until 16 years later that the
From Hancock M/C on line between i.nt WVy 29 n[ Ins 21 23 11 14 84 10 20 Itenro .. : .. 184 buggy Into the street, and the celebration work only eight hours a day and I Mercury was introduced.The .
Sec. 31. Twp 37 S, Ree. i Unknown Z: _. 2"t in Detroit this of the
Tint 10 Al 84 20Lol. year
81/ E. and Sec 4. Twp. 3S S, : : I receive a minimum daily wage of $5. miracle of Ford production
2T. 29 14 211 3 85 611I Jubilee -
R..". .'\11 E run S 109 ft 8 74 dee. 1.0113 Rlnnrhr F tilt automotive industry1 Golden Again the Ford Motor Company continued to pour automobiles from
Seel. I I -------------- ____
.. W 2'WO ft to line between O. ". Y./I 'nr.t uun 2.0Or"v is a tribute to his vision.
4 and B POB: thence N 00 dee. I .ota II k 6. link 8. I I needed breathing space, so in 1915 assembly lines across the nation, and
10 min. W along Sec. line Sill ': 1 1lIhII"lolon n F. Sm" 134 Today, more than 31,000,000 Ford a thousand acres of land were acquired the need for more space still plagues
T.ot 27 __._______ 12 3:1: 33 20 : n. -- :::::::: -:: ::
ft to NB roe Sec 5. W M87 ft I ?n 0 Rinmhnrl __ 2.09 cars and trucks have been built and on the Rouge river in Dearborn the Today more than
company.
'.
along N linn BpI 5. 8 00 ""I! I
10 mIn. B 10117 ft to Hancock I B\I''I'GF.R PARK Rib.int Ford Motor Company plants span $225,000,000 has been earmarked for
M/T, on N aide MoTendon PoInt. 2 __,_? T'nknawn - --, -..-- _---- the earth.
'1n deir E IW41 ft. Sec II, Lot fin --------- Orn, Faulk ..... ...... ....... Henry Ford had purchased the expansion.
Twp. 33, Rre SI. 11.73 ncrea. Imh 214-i il _,._,_ Ii 4'lifford Gerald _::_-- ?-,-,__,-- tli The present Ford Motor Companywas stock held by Alex Malcolmson in On May 26, 1943, Edsel Ford, pres

From Hancock M/C on line between iota'I. "31 Rla'a 1 ., Menlo Roger. --- --------------- formed in 1903, and success was 1906 and had become president and ident of the company, died suddenlyand

R! E 'Sec and 31 See,Twp 4. 87 S, 3*litre S.: I I nlllnplI. Section Bn.lnll'.rI __ n. A. Snider' _____.____.______-_ 111 immediate. At the end of four controlling owner, and in 1919 the Henry Ford, then past 80, again
R 1f0. 81 B. run S 199 ft.Twp.S 74 ""If. I Lute 0 tn 12 Inc u__ 6 3:1: 314 T. F.. .'Inlf"rton ___..-____.____.-_ 7.145 months a dividend was paid to the Ford family acquired the interest of took over the presidency. Soon after
w 21 10 ft to line between Seca. I T.nle 2T. 2q 20 Un II 311 3. 69 H. F. Front _____..-________. ? SAD original 12 stockholders.In .
4 and B. 8' OO den. 10 mln. B wl, of lot 19 ______ It 3:1: 3t 11' n. O. Strom __________,..._..__ 1.1Q the minority stockholders for $75- this, Henry Ford II, Edsel's eldestson
along upcttnn line 111S ft tn Eft, of lot 1:1: __..__n 2T 311 3. 10 Edwin F. Wllllnm. -___-.__--_._ 110W' 1905, the company moved from 000,000 and became sole owners. was released from the U. S
nf lot 21 .__ 29 3/1/ 3. HI F.1I"nb..lh Sehaaf .___ ..._. 1.19
ITnncock M/L on 8' aide McLen- {, n - ? the two-story Mack avenue plant toa Eagle boats were built in the Navy to assume the duties that had

don mIn. point B RIOO to ft beg tn S 17 00 ft deir water 10 NEW OKYf1TOnF.F. new four-atory building at Piquetteand Rouge plant during World War I, been his father's for so many years 1 1

level of lobe N 81 doe mln.W lrElGJITS (see. A) Blk, i Beaubien, Detroit Production and after the war many activities Recently, his brother Benson after
nuns/ ft along 17 fr'\.' ; !, T.oln 13 In 10 'ins ____ 1 A. TT"II"l'apr ____.-_______.______ 1 H
soared forces hai
models A B C F K S transferred the three in the armed
N 00 10 min W 2 11.11 T.ol. n. an,! 3 6A A ilril er as were to new plant years ,
ft level to ITnnonrk dog M/T on 8 aide of I, i.nts h and i2 _:::: 9 R.: Rnwleio __:::::::::::::::::::: tU' and R were introduced in quick from Highland Park. On Oct. 31, returned to take up duties In the

McLendon point. B 4"3n ft to ,I 1.01.. 2\ k 21\ ._-.n.. 10 A. Ileileoirer _____________._.-.._ 114 succession, and five months later 1925, an all-time production recordwas company and help his brother carryon j
B"I'I./ 39, Rjre. 83.: Iota 23 1. C, C, IVll.nn _
heir Twp.
3.30 acrea I I Iota g t. 29 inc----:::: 19 Chrlaint' St. P:-Tund-- ---:::::::::::: Ut' the first of the famous model T's set with 10,000 Model T cars the greet Ford tradition in the

From Hancock M/C on line between Late ; lll, ;dlt :! : 26 '.7ill'-' L Clark 1 M1Tole : was introduced. built in a single day. automobile Industry.
Sec 31. Twp. 37. Re*. 35, 800 Chrlnteoaen---------: 1144 jj
'. and Roc. 4. Twp. 30, Hee ai runS I I Tote to 45 inc N :: Fev Robert 1f4i _..._.. .. _. -_._ -_ _
i iI --- --- --- --- -
i - -- --- -- -
109 ft. S 74 dog W 1012 ft. 1,0t. to 87 toe -- 1'nknown -:::::::;::::=::=:::I LOt : ;, ....
8 00 dee. 11 mln.. B 16183 ft SECTION C) I
S no deir 11 I I Lot. 32 YOnlenown .. 1.14W1' ,
thence I
to POD tf't ---- -?- ?---?--- i inn
mln. B 321: ft to 17 ft water -
level of Lake R $.1 dee. 34 min I 8/70' __________ 16 3:4: 3/1/ 7T R. n. H"lm"J.. --..-_----.-?___ 1'1.21' ,
TV along I maid 17 ft water level i 1 Iota 7A a' 11th 5. I
1110 ft tn line between Seel. 4 T'1"rwnnd 1Trigtt
and /5. N 10 mln.lion II/TI ______ ___:____ H ::17 3:1: Th"lmn nllnkln ____.._-._._:.--__ 1.71
alonj S". lined 8400 ft tn Y.nt n lllIe 1. FJII.dlf" fokerrhnhre I
I'o"kT.. on S' Hide of McLen Park 17 ST 3/1/ Nf. E. Dnrie. ______ _.__ .141
don Point thence N 70 dejr.. B V23RR114 nl 897 : ,
2478 ft tn pt of Bee Sec. 4. pf IF-II __ ., 21! :17 3/1/ 62/9 TnplIl1lln femleU -.--....--__-. ..
TwpS9, RII'''. 31/ 041/ amen S"L of RF.1i of CW+4n :

From nnnl'MkfC R..". 81. Twp. on 87. line fee. between 35/ 1and r RE1of',: eFtk I'IF'I' Rw11: nt 21'7: 311 1914 n. 1':. 1I..mla. Eat -.__.--__.-..- 418Nu

lee 4. Twp. SS, Hire IlItt ofEV of NF.i44

pon.S VN ft S. q 00 74 "dee"If. TV 11 min to B I I nil tt vF'... E _of_ Par 311: : :17 3:1: 214 .T. n. 1",1, .___ __ __ .u ... 1.17wt

1618 S aide 1/3 of ft Mclendon to Hancock Point.M/L 8 on 70 Nn;'I"f"t\ Ne'',{:,/f____317 35 214 .T, n. IIlrl'l .-..- -.-__...._.--- 1.41'' .

dog W 2476 ft W 10S7S ft N Tier nt Intersection of
00 deir 10 mln.. NW 2qlltM to of lIlT, with \V line I
ITnncock M/L on '1 I See 8i. ran N fIO41.o"'ri
Tendon Point thence along cold F
line N 74 deg. E .Jt. ft to P08except ft deg to : run' ; I IM21
Sec 4. I
Beg nt ft. E 211t ft fe .
run 1 1120 ft to POE thence runE -
!1121 ft 1'I\\'ly on
1120 ft. 8 7715 ft to. direction Hancock M/Y. 2:10: ft to beg ::1:1: 37 3/1/ \\I J. n. IIlrd ...._._ _, 4n.t
STVlv ,
M/L. thence In : pre. 4191 ft N 112
2478 ft. W 10*07.3 ft. V R131' !
See 4. Twp. 3S Ttire. 31./ 10 deg' 30 mIll' I' nte'V ..i
See
con 911. run I
From Hancock M/C on line ft.l X t2 deg M min F '
31. Twp. 37. R.-...
tween Sec. 89644
and Sec. 4. Twp. 3S. Re". 31! to tT ft ft voter R 3419 level ft j 7 S 10S ft. S 74 deir. W 1012 0 ft nf
mln. W 477 2 lake II Oi: deg
POB: N 00 de* 12 54 min. ,. .
ft to line between Sere 33 and 4. } to pt I
deg\ I doe S o rota, y BUTCHER. .
thence 5Q45ft5Wt7625aft lin10 beg . *,,.
mln.between B Sore' 4 and 5. to thence TntM 29 nnfaide- T.plnn 3:1: :rr SI: 2'4 J. n. Bird ..--.-_...__...... . 31411o144f

alonoSec.' line 8 00 d..11 10 mln. Renlomnllon" ? v4 89 8/1/ .\. T'. pnrng ___, 7 6e.
B 2711 ft to Hancock MIL on N 13. Rlk 4. Great 114 .,_.. ..__... 1.31
of McLendon Point. thence Lobes RID __
aide --- .
N 740 dee. B 1371 ft. Bel!. 4. 1CONNERnIGIELANDS C' M. Berbety . -,_ .-_.._. 184 BAKER. '
Twp. 3S. Rue. 3.1. 1)08 acrei. .

Late 1 to 4 Inc.. Blk. 86: South' iot 6 -. .. 811.20 I' ,
-----
p..hoh..8 Lot 10 ------ Irwin .\. Thom A. ww
Y.o18 7. R f and 10. Blk :35. Sonth Lot T. Binr. -----, 70 Anna Icing: _:_ ::::::::::::::: In

Lot.City OJ.p.hohee I,of*Okeechobee R f to 12 in.. Blk. 120 Sunset Park ---. "kno\\,11: .___..____ ____ . .. 1.71 Zled CANDLESTICK ,

Late 4 and 7 to 11 ins BI1,. 121 'OKEF.CHOBF.E CITY 'j almost diverse as those char

wl'l City be"d of Okeechobee for mile nt public onto Lot T.ot: g ((19111 111443): :) ----------_ 23 23 M M., V. R"Rrdon ....-.--.--..- -- 121 acters of the old nursery rhyme are the MAKER
) 1,1.1 I ''''"'' '.' Tart 12 11043/ V. R'udnn ..
the highest ant 23 ------- 12t
cry for --- :II, --- -- services of modern railroad.
V. II..RMnn a ..
.. of ine n..n.1 nfCoiiinlnKlntierm hate 22 A 25 .. .
rl"hi 211 121
the
811h1."" t -------- . ---- -- --
; "f Rn-rglndra Drnln T. __n._ 214Y6 Tn Iv.y IIro--, .. 111
-- rib-
otIi IiD ----- Folln Fl' ---- Glistening streamliners gliding over
nnd/or llnnrd, of Count T 'Bradley

a r"n""l Florldn iMntrUt,..lni"T to r.-lort. of OVeerhohee nn' and nilM.Coimtv.. Its T.ol. 4 :; 7ii::::::::: 90 f-II'a* Blyd Torah ,.,.,.,:::::::::::::::: i Iiy'o bons of steel, while passengers enjoy traygreater economic strength for towns and I

1.1"i tf PI 1n.nn ail Rowe el in its form surrounded cities. '
at hg ('on"'ho" : 1' 11 -- HO 1.11 most pleasant ..
o'clock A. M. on the 20th day of May T.Ot ---.---------- 1112 Harry I. mh--l _::::::::::: 4024
1948. Eaaement for drainage and I y.Ot I.ri A II "IIF:" __ 1M leer Austin Bemis -----_-.-___ by every comfort and convenience to Continuing research to find ways of
reclamation and road purpoaea will be 171 Ou'rli' k 4'Invton J White 112/44
V ) reserved TM: I' 10 i1 ;'iiF."-:: 20 A T nr. Drowdy __-_.-. -- .:::::: 1169 make the trip delightful., making tomorrow's transportation even

Boutn or! (roMMiosiovr'-!' !' : !' I.ot Tots 4 "nw'k 11 ________ 2H Bello:T. B S.BfrLnnghlln Bird ---------------_-__- 7M Mighty freights speeding their cargoes better than today's finest. ,

OF F.\'F.lltT"IIHiI! Iota: ? 'i.-- 2H C: A.: Reeves :::::::::::::: 514
. I k
ACT PISTIMCT bilk 85, ------ 3,59l.Snlon2h throughout the land and thereby supplyAll of these, and more, are part of our 4
011.\1'1/1 Ok'orhnhde .
.\alllT10. 11 n OP rot'N-ry k 1 I 27: lImy L. Morrow, Eat .. ._. .__ 5.50NO ing the lifeblood of the nation's arteries of daily efforts. Behind all of our undertakings

1 REF%iiI"SlONElte rot'NTV.OP f'l n'nlH .: RTTICEST.4DOITION': commerce, assuring on-time deliveries of is the principle which guides our plan- J

MABEL P. RADLERSON. I t.ota 10. 11 A i2Riir. Jennie Smith ____..__. ..-..__. 1.71 .
By Clerk of the Hn-nlt four! ofOkeechnbee 2 reARCE BID the thousands of items needed for your ning-that the Seaboard Air Line Railway
fi.inilv I'liildn -- I T.ene Wright _.__......__.u..._, 1.41
n. ",f;,, for pnlil' Roarb" I lUllS IIlDIVI"ION every-day living. ., is a citizen of the territory it is privileged ,

Bv: SOPIIUOXIA l PEASE!' : 1.01 '23 ----------.___ \\I Working with agricultural interests to to serve As a citizen we will be satisfied
Ophpllll
I' ITle" __....__-__.-..._-. 1.41

---.---.----. ------ I i.nt WAIOIlT 3 8l 8.-\.8 IIID C : develop new crops, make old ones more to give nothing less than our best for \


IN TUB COT'RT OP TUB COUNTY ,, Lnt Tots 12 21"----. .. ,-: E E t Dclla Queen horlotte I Block James, ,::Eat,:::::::::::: 4R."LRO.D :: profitable ,. the advancement of our territory and its
.TUDOB': IN AND FOR OKEECHOBBB Parlor Bringing in new industries to provide interests.World I !
COUNTY STATE OF FLOR I ADDITION '. ... ,
IDA. Lnll h ______ 1 I
.I\ REE8TATB': ) T.nt. t tr> } Ine.__-- 11 A' T.: Dnvle --. -...1:1

DECEASED OF F. E. RAMBO)I 1 T.ol'' to ;h2..___._._- 12' 17 rS.rjfAtels: : : O I :: ::::::::::::::::::::: UI ...J. ta-: Non to Work

NOTICE: OF INTENTION' TO MARK OKEECIIORF.E DEVF.I.OPMENT!: I .. ..
CG'S tII/D Natieiol fortlcn Trade Wt.k ORP .
FOB FINAL 4 "
APPLICATION Alt 1111r .._ ______ 1 '
DISCHARGETO Lnfe 1 tn 10 Inc n & 13 1. I? :Morgan -...- ...--. .f : .41 May 1S-25 a
ALL WHOM IT MAY OCNCERNI I '': vF -c-
Notice la hereby given that I have lotto 1. hln,. -\WiiIiVi Q J. T.. lforgnn ....!---..__-..._-. 1.71 AIR LINE RAILWAY
filed my final report aa executrix of 'Irnt' Arlrtlllnn __ I INF. t ,5,
the estate of F. E. Ramho. tie ceaae11that 0". Rnperta -- ._--??.?-.
I have aedth'r petition : rI finaldlicharge. :1) % "IIf NIV14 except I l' f i !
I will :tOllnlY I. acre for bnme. y ", -t. ;, I", I 4.10// :r ,l 1
the Honorable T. W. Candy stead Creek r/w ", t\
Judge of Okeerhobee County, Flnrl I Inn Cityo-r Robert IInnencll _. .... .
on the thirtieth day of Mae, 1948 for Jlpli' SEroc -- 8.40
approval of the same and for final $4L of I IS1UV
FrtJo ftf .. .. .
dlirharre aa eiecntrti of the ran N
of F. B Ramho. deceated.Thla W217.5ftS1410ft! THROUGH THIHIART, OP THI SOUTH
nf April. E 217.H: ft "HE" .... 22 3T
35: M
tMrtMARY RCHULMAN.EiemtrlT '! ea18I'1 Robert Hancock ..?,,.,.,._ 1 T.88 I

> of the estate :-_---.. t- BESSIE ALDERMAN, Tat Collector Okeechobee County
F B. Rambo Okeechobee, Florida '1i


.







.
I ..-, rr. -. .
r<
. .. j
'o, ,
1itJt'.iM-h'I
k..i
iiI( :;>, i, di,... ... I, lelll



.



T

VIIE OKEECHOBEE NEWS FRIDAY, MAY 17, 1I4. F/

_ _ _

NOTICE OF APPLICATION 1TOH
BRING YOUR
Subscribe to< The News TAX DEEIJ I VETERANS

| LIVESTOCKHEALTH ODDITIES --...... I Ii. Laws ot 1935 Printing Needs Discharge Mff
-
-- ----
Notice Is hereby given that Bessie
*
Alderman, holder of Tax CrtelflcateNo. "A Beauty
16S9. Issued tWd day of Jab [ i I I ., .
/ CATTLE TUBERCULOSIS \ A. )). 1011, hat some In my of-:| TOOkeechobee 4.95
CAR SALEOur rice: made application for al I
WAS BEEN REDUCED FROM lax Dt.: to be Issued thereon Said News WHO YuDIO/
Certificate embraces the following de1eilbid au.a aavi MI
property In the County I of I]
West Palm Beach r 5 COWS IN 100,70 I COW IN Oknechohne. State of Florida, to-wit I | I
I I Lots 1Q, 11 and 12, Blk. 210, City j rSfiDUtCR7'g
store has acquired a t; 50O BY COOPERATION OF of OkeerbnbeeThe i i .'
Hosmnent OIt> sold property I :: ;4 7C 1IC1(1t tl iCfISt7CRaltlf iC1101i
large stock of late model inili>r sold Certificate Issued was In I: '
1 I FARMERS VETERINARIANS rile tonic of nknown..
low mileage, clean t'nlfus: snld Certificate shall he re- Ii i
-SAVING THOUSANDS le-etneil! : according to law, property \ IN BUYING PROPERTYOR
cars. Practically every \ 'mcrlhed: therein shall be sold to the
iKhflKt l bidder l at the CourtbouR 4V
make, model or body OF HUMAN ir :on the first Monilav In the f I INVESTING IN MORTGAGES BE
We month of Juno load, which U I the 3rd ,
type to chose from. LIVES.1v dnv of June, 1046. I V SURE THE TITLE IS CLEAR. HAVE
act now "WVj \ Doted this 2nd day of April 1 )f1. i| Ii
suggest you MAHPL r. HAn.nitsoN. I AN ABSTRACT PREPARED BY
Clerk; Circuit I Court of i i
and get a better, newer nkecchobce County, I

car. Any of these cars Circuit Court Florida Seal I Okeechobee Abstract CompanyJ.

can be bought at or below ____. \ ,

O.P.A. ceiling withor L I L. BARBER, Manager

without a trade in. NoticeIn I "

uI.I.ltIlIltlI'IDQl . .. to
: :>el,! :: .' ,, .x : , a : :rt :, .' ultJldlJLIO

TRUCKS compliance with Chapter 00.OS,' --- -- -
I Florida Statutes of 1041 the following
Jk Clerks and Inspectors were appointedfor ; _
H
1941 and 1942 Dodge, I THfi GOTal iCCARDS ww t.4 ; each election district In Okeecho ,
-HOG CHOLE, SUCH A c hoe Conntv for the Primary Election
Chevrolets and Whites PRODUCTION1HATITREOWRESPRODOCING I tn he held May 2S 194G-:
THREAT TO fOOO
I REAL ESTATE AGENT WANTEDActive
1* to 2'4 Ton. i. "OVERFfiw PASTURES FRS' UENTLY i iI Precinct No. I, Ft. Drum
LABORATORIES
I I TOKEEPADESIGNATEOSUPPLYOFANTJ SPREAD DEADLY BLACKLEG I Polling PlnceSihool House. man or woman to list, show and sell Farms and country

CHOLERA SERUM ON HAND j DISEASE.VETERli IARIANS NOW Inspector ClerkEstnlle: : lialph Lee Tvnon. ,j i properties to people our National Advertising brings to you.
TO STEM OUTBREAKS. PREVENT THIS BY ADVANCE
R.S.Evans F. Addison
InspectorW.:
I
.- VACCINATION Inspector: Joe Hold Experience not essential, we train you for the work.A .
-"''''''1..0l11 i
301 S. Dixie HighwayW. Precinct No. t, Itailns-er profitable permanent connection with the World's Largest

Palm Beach, Fla. Onratre.Polling PlaceAlton Chandler1 Country Real Estate" Agency! ; In business 48 years. Many of

Phone 7020 vGCf Oj@aj Clerk Inspector7cb: Albert: Lofton Durrarce our agents are earning! over $8,000 per year.

Inspector InspectorEdgar:: Alton Chandler Thomas Preference given to applicants located In towns or villages, or

& on main highways at edge of
town
a 130ve@ or village.
"
Subscribe to The News 1./7- 21'd.r1N 4 Precinct No. 3, Okeechobee

_---------.J.. I 'PAP'D BV Polling Place: Brethren Church Our Field Representative will contact you during the first part
AMERICAN prOUNDATION PQa ANIMA HSALTHm Arthur Kaulerson
.
Clerk
1 :
...........:.=.r _.__ -" m Inspector: Myrtle Lofton of April. Ploast write-stating address and phone.
.' *.STITIS TAKES 25% from Infection when introduced into Inspector: Lolile Smith
NATIONAL QUALITY the udder vault by a special injection Inspector: Harley Arnold STUOUT REALTY AGENCY
MILK OUTPUT TOLLIt method.
Bottled and City iWill Precautionarymeasures Precinct No. 4_ Okeechobee P 0, Box 1054 Lakeland, Florida
Include of
is estimated that mastlsls or disposal un-
MODERN TABLE TOP udder garget Is costing dairy far Polling Place: Hone Club Bulldln j i Office Coast to Coast

mers $100,000,000 yearly: and In ; Clerk: M.! M Martin .
GAS STOVES Pearce
some areas nearly 23: % of dairy I1 inspector Inspector:: K.Elmer J. Wilson

RefrigeratorsGAS hoIs are affected by It. Inspector: J. O Wolff. 8r. -
-
-- ----- -- --- --- ----
i A common cause of manuals I.a It Precinct No. 5, Tpthenrov RCM*
& ELECTRIC chain-like germ (Streptococci Polling Place: Upthegrove CronIn
BTalaotlae) which may lie hiddenIn Clerk Nat Stratton
Itual Nix:
WATER HEATERS Innneetor:
the udders of cows for months, Inspector: Oreathel TJptbegrove
KEROSENE STOVES or even years. Then, suddenly. It Inspector: Naomi Allen
n,, 'Itiplies' rapidly and produces Ir-
ELECTRIC BROILERS I arable damage to the delicate Precinct No. 6, Eagle Bur CEMENTBlocks

STOVES (hot plates) lining membranes of the cow's Polling Place:: J. W. Scott's
TOASTERS ulder Clerk: J. W. Scott
III u d.sease may be either acute, + 7 Inspector: Mrs. lIe\\'lett Walker
with high fever and subsequentdeath l 1Li Inspector: airs. Cora Scott
PITCHER PUMPS Tn.pector: :.Ir.. Bob Lljjhtle;
or a chronic, slow-going tissue -
GARBAGE CANS change that ruins the cow's Precinct No. T, Okeechobe
usefulness. Not all masttsis Is'
Advanced mastitis.
SINK CABINETSComplete caused by thU particular "steep"germ. Clerk Polling: Plnce Walter: Gray City Hall

With Sometimes serious outbreaksare treatable cows, milking Infected Inspector : Core Ernest Campbell
due to "staph.type" germs- cows last, sterilization of milking Inspector: ,V. H. Bns.pll
BRASS SWING FAUCETS the variety responsible for bolls I machines and cups, eo-called strip- Inspector: P P, K\ant LAKE WALES SAND

WALL CABINETS and abscesses. cup testing, and cow stable hy- Precinct No. S, Ohewhobe
Fortunately, veterinarians have giene.
BATH TUBS developed accurate methods for Combatting mastlsls will pay Polling Place: II Force's Office .
PRE-WAR ENAMEL IRON picking out the cows which harl the farmer real dividends, because Clerk : J. II. :lIInphanlUlpCt'tor 3-4 INCH ROCK
.
J. n MrCranle(
the offending germs. Special chem. garget-free herds produce.. muchas :
WASH BASIN SINKS ical solutions have also been perfected i 20 percent. more milk they dish Inspector Inspector:: It.Omnr C Evans ITtint
TOILETS SHOWERS which will rree most cows eased hsr" Florida Portland Cement
I Precinct Vo. 5. OkeechobeePetting

MEDICINE LAUNDRY CABINETS TUBS I TAKING FARM TOLL ,.. _.. -'T"'r''' i: HerkI: Plover. N. McMn'l Ponrfhonse Florida Masonry Cement "

DRAIN BOARDS InspectorAltn: Watford. Sr.
So-called "deficiency diseases" Inspector: Phil Y. fason
ELECTRIC WATER PUMP: i, seem to be Claying an increasingly ELECTRICAL WORK inspector: Charlie D lIar
TILE BOARD prominent part In causing/ livestock C. E, DKAWDY
losses these days. Chairman Board' County McMULLEN & HOYSTEH
Cropping over a period of years Comml..loneraOlle'olol
CHICKEN H. WIRE
FloridaXMABrt
Count
Fence-Screen-Barbed WIRE elements has depleted important soils of many to livestock mineral P. P. EVANS l ee Phone 130 Okeechobee

LATH health. Als, because farm animalsare P R.\I'I.EItlO-i'.
WIRE-METAL
STUCCO Clerk. __ _-"_,,_ A_ _
for
dependent on their owners
LUMBERRange rations nutritional deficiencies of. .
--- --- --- --- ---- ------ -- -- -
ten occur when the owners fall to
Boilers provide proper ration balance. Vitamin HOU S WIRING .-....: .

Blow Torches $1.65, Toilet deficiencies rank equally with

Tank Covers Tools, Padlocks, I minerals as causes of poor health, .
i unprofitable gains, and prematuredeaths FINANCIAL CONDITION OF THE
I -- -
Ladders, Sashwelghts, Pulleys, .

Sash Cord, Crescent Wrenches - -.----- .
----- ---- -
Plastering Trowels, Door EVERGLADES DRAINAGE DISTRICTThe

Closers, Brace-Bits, Plumbers DIPPING SCHEDCIE NOTICETO

Furnace, Ladles, Copper Pipe, District retired by purchase In 1945 $350,000 of bonds callable April 1 1947. Fund.

Hand Drills, Sprinkler Heads, ALL WHOM IT MAY CONCERN J vats, fences: corrals, and pens la said on hand and tax collections will retire fixed maturities and $340,000 remainder o'f the $690,000
Notice is hereby given that the cunutr I ; callable April 1, 1947, leaving a .ubstantlal anticipated surplus above the established $50fl'oOOreserve.
:Mail Boxes, Levels, Planes, State Live Stock Sanitary Hoard of :'\O\\l. THEREFORE BE IT RE
Florida dill, on the 4th day of March, SOLVED. bv the State Live Stock .
Rope, Lock Sets, Axes, Saws, A. D. lU 6. In regular meeting assembled Sanitary Board ot Florida. In reg'
adopt and pass tbe following ular nipotlnit assembled that from andafter Bonds callable April 1, 1950 amount to $920,000. Since Dept Service requirements will
Metal Squares, Chrome Shower resolution, to-wit : the 2JnU day of Anrll. A D approximate $200,000 annually from 1947 to 1950, It Is obvious that acreage tax collections at
rood regular systematic dipping of
Bars, Auto Body Tools. I \VHEUEAS RESOLUTION, tbe State Live Stock cuttle mull".. horxei, asset and al rate of present $500,000:; per annum, would enable the Distrlce to retire all bonds callable In

SOIL PIPE FITTINGS' Sanitary Board of Florttla, on tbe llth other animal which are or may be 1950.
I of December, A. D. IMS. acting suhleot to Infestation with cattle fever
PIPE THREADERS, NAILS I ryP II of and In accordance tick: (Mariraroius Annulatus) shall behold If all anticipated call. are met, on April 1, 1955, the District will have retired $950,000 by
described at
In the above county
ROOFING I with Sections 58308, 680 did.24 and resolution 68323: OIK, 'h uf the official douche vatslocated annual payments, $960,000 and $920,000 by call On that date, the remainder of the Issue
Florida Statutes.adopted 11)41., place under by quarantine In said countv on the dan amounting to $1,940,000 Is callable. With maintenance of a substantial reserve, and an excess of
SHOWER CURTAINS $1.95 up I duly Okeechobee County, FlorIda/ and art opposite dates, the respectivelv.name or number berelnafte; of $300,000 of collections over annual requirement. for the flve-year period, there I. sound reason

Fishing Pole., Reels, Grass and has given due notice of tbe establishment each of said dlnnlnv vats. The name for anticipating that the District will be free of current bond debt on April 2, 1955.
of such quarantine, as required or numbers of each of said dipping
Rugs, Revolving Clothes Drier, I by said Section 58324. Florida vats, and the da\s and date of rev un 1942 1943 1944 1945

Lime Squeezer., French Frier Statutes, 1941, and has constructed Hlarstematlc follows dinning of cattl ACREAGE TAXES- to to to to to
:
and established all necessary dipping thereat are an
Basket. Egg Beater. I I (Figures! In thoueands) Oct. 1142 Oct al 'n Oct. 31 '44 Oct. 31 '45' Mar. 1 '46 TOTALS

Current Collection . . . 895 885 454 496 249 1979
WIDE LEVF-ALL METAL BCIIEDCLE FOR OKEECHOBEE: COUNTY, FLORIDA
DIPPING
Compromise d Delinquent .. 442 831 297 45 27 1142

GRASS RAKES Dae II Land Sales . . . .. .. ., 0 0 102 184 CS 838
Name of Vat -

Garden Hose, Solid April 22, 1W8, and every 14 days thereafter TOTALS . . . . . . . . 837 718 852 725 828 8459
Brass Nozzles, 95c Williamson April :/3. 1U4U, and every 14 day. thereafter I
T'tnplaNix April :24, 11HU. and every 14 days thereafter TO LIQUIDATE OUTSTANDING DEBT 1941 $17,000,000
Weeders 39c, Pruning! Saws, : April 21: 2!. 10411. and every 14 days thereafter (Figures In thousand.) ,
and Eagle Bay April :JS, 11)40, and every 14 days thereafter LOAN AUTHORIZED RFC 5,880
Grass Edgers, Catchers 14 days thereafter
ThomasKelly April 28. 11)4(1( and every
Whips $125, Revolving Sprinklers April 20. 11)40 and every 14 dajs thereafter ACTUALLY BORROWED 1941 5,371 'J
Take Cattle Co. April 20. 11)4(1, and every 14 days thereafterw'hldden PAID 1942 71 5 or
$1,50, Solder Irons, Metal April 20. 11)40, and every 14 days thereafter
Mohler April' 2(1.( 11)40, and every 14 days thereafter
Roofing, Gutter., Galv. Pipe. Manning I April, 27.: 1U40, and every 14 days thereafter 6,300
METAL WHEEL BARROW Morgan April 2l>, 11)40, and every 14 days thereafter
TTnrelllefPad April SO, 1IH6, and every 14 days thereafterApril PAID RFC BY REFUNDING:
STEP-ON CANSMop rett 30\ 11)40\ and every 14 days thereafter DISTRICT'S CASH 1944 800
TTnmrlckLofton April 30, May 2, 111411, and every 14 days thereafte
Wringers, Rubber Matting Wolf April SO.) May I, 1040 and every 14 days thereafte I NEW BONDS ISSUED 1944 4,500
latord" !i t. 104D and every 14 day. thereafter
,Percolators, Drip-o- 'ur
350
Hart May 1. 1040, and every 14 days thereafter OF which DISTRICT PURCHASED 1945
4r Silex Coffee Makers, Pots, Neirrn TownWhtdden Pens 1 I"'4(1. and every 14 days thereafter

Roasters, Muffin Tins, Stainless Rsulerson May 2. 11) 6. and every 14 day. thereafter
May 2. 1048, and every 14 day. thereafter DEBT Jan. 1, 1946 4,150
Knives, Forks, Oil Can., City PopasbBssalnger M.iv :3. 1II4D\ and every 14 days thereafter FUNDS AVAILABLE-194S and 1941
1II4D and every 14 day. thereafter
Chicken Troughs, Can Open. tale Mnv 3:3, 1B40, and every 14 days thereafter 3-1-46 Reserve (U. S. Bond.) $500
Curtain Stretchers MlmsB !May 4 IIMfl! and every 14 day. thereafter Cash in bank 523
enr
Cornelius as April 2V 1049, and every 14 days thereafter 8-1-47 Anticipated Collections-
ROMEX WIRE balance 1945 A 1946 taxes 580 nW

Electric Chimed, Fluorescent BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED be the most convenient for the owner
That each and every po'son, firm or cualodlan or person In charge ot cue DEBT SERVICE REQUIREMENT BONDS COUPONSFigures
Electrical Supplies,
Fixtures, corporation who I II saw o* mny hereafter cattle mulel, buries serer or otbe ( in thousands) 71.6
COMPLETE STOCK. be the owner, custodian or person nnlmnl and upon the specific TO..
In charlie, of any raft'r jnn'Mborsee '0" official cattle dippingdate at sue 4-1-48 (Retired) | 75 70.1
STOP CHASING AROUND ones nr other animal which vats, respectively and to cans
are or TOUT h* uhlwt to: I th se..l.n l 'n no dipped, all such c fler mole 10-1-46
Stillson Wrenches with cattle fever ticks (Mar*>ropu* b'rset. asses or other animals, each 4-1-47 '71-
Annutatna), and which are now or and every fourteen ((14) day thereafter CALLABLE: 849 112.0 7M
mav hereafter be within the shove until such time at the LITStock
NATIONALBUILDERS described count be and they arehereby Sanitary Board of Florida thai
required to dip all inch eattle dl lnau"ed In said county.Dnne 490 -----
mn SUPPLY within fonrtecn (14) day from and Tampa. Florida this the 4th day o
after the first : dotes March, A' D, 1M. K. K. THROOP, Treasmrer.
Tracb :::S.lnlfth tt".n"t.. STATE LIVE STOCK UNIT n.
SOD tat St. at FEC a* above ,, *av,
within fourteen davs f>'m the I2nddav BOARD OF FLORIDA
W. PALM BEACH, FLA. if Anrll A. D. IMA. at one or Rv J. D. Wllbanks. Vice Chains
moro of tho official 1"loR .*f* described ATTEST! J V. Knapp, Secretary,
....... la tie above chednl. al hall State Veterinarian I I





e













...
-
9