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Title: The Okeechobee news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The Okeechobee Publishers, Inc.
Place of Publication: Okeechobee Fla
Creation Date: June 14, 1946
Publication Date: -1992
Frequency: triweekly[<1989>-1992]
weekly[ former <1926-1945>]
semiweekly[ former <1981-1983>]
three times a week
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Okeechobee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Okeechobee County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Okeechobee -- Okeechobee
Coordinates: 27.241667 x -80.833056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 82, no. 91 (Sept. 13, 1992).
General Note: "The voice of the Everglades."
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 6, no. 24 (Jan. 8, 1926).
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I Volume 32-Number 4 '0keechobee, Florida! Friday June 14, 1946 Price Five Cents i

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-- D. B. McDOUGALD JOINS JUDGE AND MRS. COMELY HAS
Commissioners Democratic REPRESENTATIVE HENDRY
Co. STIFF OF OKEECHOBEE I AND MRS JOHN ED WATFORD

Transact Business MOTOR COMPANY: IIERE Committee Met ATTEND GRADUATION- PROMISE EAGLE BAY ROAD WILL I I
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I I County Judge and Mrs T. W.

In Regular Session !II B. MiUouvrnll l has accepted the I I Southland I Conely, Jr., and Mrs John Ed Wat BE REPAIRED AT EARLY DATE

petition as front man at the Okee- ford spent Monday In Tallahassee
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I i ihobce Motor Company, local Ford I where they went to attend the graduation I r

Comtnlsiloners The Pomoirntl <' : I of :IIi.. Mary Lena Watford MRS. E. M. MESERVE Representative W, J. Hendry returned -
The Board, of (County dialers, and is now In charge of the
Florida Committee for the Sixth i who graduated at the Florida State to Okeechobee Saturday
of Okotchobce County, sale of gasoline, oil\ grease, tires ENTERTAINS FOR MRS I
session on Mon sional District met at the i College for Women. Mrs Cosine morning from Jacksonville and Tallahassee -
In regular I
met
and tubes He was formerly employed land Hotel here last Friday Hall of Atlanta, Ga., :MSB Watford's LILLiAN THOMASON CLEVELAND where he went to attond
9:30
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day, June 8. 194/1 at : a |
Commissioners by the Seaboard Railroad I noon let which time they i mother, also attended the exercises I the meeting of the State Democrat.
Present were: C'j I
B. C. Swain, with headquarters at Jacksonville officers for the next four and returned to Okeechobee with :Mrs E. M :Mcserve entertained a ic Committee which met In Jacksonville
E Drawdy, Chairman : I
F. M. Mobley, 0. J. Chapman and W. but resigned that position to accept :I appointed a campaign I her and Is spending a few days here number of friends at her home Wed- Wednesday He went from
T. W I I the here. commended Congressman I before returning to her home. nesday morning with a Coca Cola there to Tallahassee where he went
F. Walker: County Attorney one :1
Conely, Jr, Sheriff N. 0. Stewart I I Mrs: McDougald and two children I I II I Rogers, and attended to i| Miss Watford has accepted a position I party honoring her house, guest, to see the chairman of the State

and Clerk Mabel P. Raulerson I have arrived l here and the family business during the in Bay High School at Panama Mrs. Lillian\ \ Thomason Cleveland Road Department" F. Elgin Bayless,

The minute of the meeting held I vill nuke Okeechobee their future I i The committee reelected I City and will be one of the teachers I, :Mrs Cleveland will be rememberedhere i i In regard to some road work for

during the month of May 1916 were: home I!I Flee: C. Damn of Fort Pierce : there !during the coming term i iI j as Miss: Lillian\ \ Thomason and I this county.

read and approved I( -_ man Judge :Moore of Stuart, I n -- I Ii with her parents the late Dr and He took up with Mr. Bayless the
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The of the County Welfare tars and Treasurer Mrs Thomason made Okeechobeeher I 'needed repairs to State Road 29 at
report Minutes i of Regular
Board for the month of May 19 IB : Road Department I DIP chalman appointed a home for many years the Eagle/ Bay Fill and also repairs

and ordered filed lit pniirn committee to carry on She left yesterday for Tallahassee I to the approach to Klsslmmee River

was the office presented of the Clerk of the Hr. To Speed RepairsAnd campaign| for the ; Meeting of County where she will enter summer I I Bridge where Road 29 crosses 'the

cult court. i I'v. Rogers In the school at the Florida State Collegefor river lie was assured by Mr Bay-

A petition for restitution of lands ".. election. Those (School Board Given I! Women e ': less that the Road Departmentwould

under the provision of House Bill Improvements 'mike up the committee I Those attending were Mrs Harry I make those repairs as soon

No. 458 of 1945 was fled by V. M, cm paign: are L. R I 11.1.1 Lamb, Mrs Albert Davis, Mrs A. W. as he could possibly- get someone

Llghtsev on Lot 2, Block 3, South Tallahassee, June 11.A "speedup : Lauderdale, Judge :Moore of The School) Board:; In regular Davis, Mrs E. H. Hunt, Mrs. R. B. j here with the necessary equipment
I and Bowden of Meserve, Mrs H. H. Raulerson Mrs which he expected would be
Okeechobee, and upon motion by conference was held today at Bryant sion transacted the following bus j only a
Commissioner Swain, duly seconded State Road Department headquar ;I Congressman Rogers was \ ness June 3, 1946: 0. L. Raulerson, Mrs J. R. Mlnehan, 'short while.

by Commissioner Mobley, the application tern here, Chairman Elgin Bayless nated In the :May primary The board rescinded and/or sett I! Mrs Bryant Bowden, Mrs Nathan { While in Tallahassee Mr Hendry

was approved. said I I Democratic nominee and he I aside any former action which prohibited I Zelmenovitz, Mrs J. M. Roe, Mrs. took up with Mr. Bayless the Taylor

County deeds were approved fer 's ing opposed by a Republican women from driving school J :Mabel Raulerson, Mrs. M. C. Pitts, Creek Bridge, completion of Road
Following a meeting of key per. ,
the following: Naomi Allen, Lealie \\est Palm Beach and this busses Mrs L. M Raulerson, Mrs. Kent, 29 in Glades County from Klsslm-
sonnel in the chairman office, j
Raulerion, Sara S. & A. Sweatt, Bayless said, division engineers will tee Is making plans for an The following bus drivers were and Mrs T. W. Conely, Jr. mee River to Lake Port, and the

John W. Brett, Roscoe L Markham, be instructed to push to speedy campaign in the Interest I appointed for the 1946-47 school construction of the Bassinger Road, ...

Paul Burdeshaw, X 0. Stewart & completion plans for road construction Rogers/ t term: Elphla Harden, Eagle Bay and Mr Bayless told him that the

wife, W. Allen Markham, T. W. that can be done without critIcal The committee voted their ( route, Bus No.3; John Lightaey, Ronald J. Fruda Taylor Creek Bridge would be delayed -

Conely, Jr., Nora Bachand, Trustees rraterials so that contracts I to Mr and :Mrs :M. C. Pitts I Sherman route, Bus No.2; Mrs due to the shortage of steel
Church Anthony fe. maybe use of the Southland Hotel John Stratton, Upthegove Beach but that the Road Department
of First Baptist let and work started, with a I I Buys Interest of ex
Caseernon Llghtsey, Anthony meeting and adjourned to route, Bus No.1. pected to begin work on Road 29
minimum of delay, In all sections ]
Nuzzo. at Fort Lauderdale. The board appointed Joel Nalleyof sometime during the summer and t
of the State.Meanwhile
I ''I. N. McMullen
The following vouchers were approved Those attending the Bunnell, Floida, as supervising that it would be rushed to completion
and ordered paid when fundsare steps are being taken, Judge Flem. C. Dame and : principal of the Okeechobee schools He also stated that work on
available: he said, to recruit technicians needed H. Saunders of Fort Pierce, |jfor the 1946-47 term I the Bassinger Road would begin
by the Department In order to A deal was completed last weekin
I I :Moore and' :Mrs Karl J. .
General Fund The board agreed to raise the salaries McMullen sold his early next year and would be completed
which I. N
peed engineering and planning ,
Payroll, Co. Officers, :May .$991.80Belli Stuart, L. R. Lawrence and : of all teachers In the Okee as fast as possible
)I firm of McMullen: &
Interest In the
asks Officials of the University Clifford
Tax Col Shackleford of : chobee schools not less than $10.00 I I ':
Alderman, I I
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Ronald J. Fruda and
of Florida School of Royster to
Engineering :,
lector, Comm, :May . . . 123: .00 dtrdale, and Dr T. T. per month, which Is to be financed I II I
and others were being contacted toI I I Mrs Bryant Bowden of I (i I and Mr Royster took over the op-
Robert La Martin, Tax Assessor obtain summer time services of advanced 1I _. by a slight Increase in millage for rrat1oa on Monday of this wee k. Veterans May Be
Comm., :May . . 125.00 j -------- I the 1946.47 school budget I Mr, Fruda is from West Palm I
... .e students who might fill
County Welfare Board, *f some of the vacancies In the. Deortment's -} First Church of 8)I The board agreed to pay the cook,.Beach.. . and .has been connected with 'Treated I 'by Their .r+
e. Relief Allowance! Msy1.. . 860.00 i staffs I of the BKsinger school lunch room the McLaren Construction Company II
Basinger School Lunch I balance due her for services, since
] since his discharge from the United
Manpower: sod material shortIfes Christ Held Its Local Physician'I
Room, Groceries, :May . . 12.50 I the lunch' room funds are Inadequate Mate. Army Air Forces where he
N. 0. Stewart, Attending still plague: us' Bayless said to take care of this amount. I
\ I I I was a pilot in the ATC He was one
Steel is unavailable and may not be The amount Is to be paid from Special I! -
Co. Commissioners . . . 5.00 Annual MeetingI of the original 21 flyers that opened
available for bridge construction Tax School District No. 3 Fund Any veteran who needs medical
,
Park Drug Co, Election Sup 60 i the flight route "over the hump" I
Photostat Corp., Supplies . . 7777 until next )'ear. Certain road build. I I ---- I I The board gave the superintendent from India to Burma early in the attention for a service connected

Inter County Tel. & Tel., log materials are also unobtainable I all responsible )I II I authority to employ an architect war with Japan. \ condition may be treated by his .

Tele Clerk No. 116 . . . 5.35. but we are going ahead with all I heads an made to realize for the purpose of drawing I It was this supply line that enabled I own personal physician If there Is

Mabel P. Raulerson, Recording possible speed on the projects that ( measure of a nations true \ plans for the school gymnasium: and General Chenault to build up 'I II no VA Installation nearby or VA

Rt. of Way Deeds . . 28.35 can be undertaken under these difficult I ness is the spiritual stature school bus shed. I I the army In Burma' that eventually designated physician available, Rob.

Fla. Power & Light Co., conditions."We people, rather than Its I The board notified the Okeecho I played' such an Important part In ert H. Garrison, Contact Representative -

Else. C H. & Jail . . . . 18.2 need and are ready to employ sources, there can be no end bee County Bank that It wished to the war In that section In discussing at Fort Pierce, Florida, announced

Western Union Tele, 23 project engineers, 25 Instru- conCli'ct between materially 1 call In and redeem, on July 1, 1946, j I the flight Mr Fruda stated recently.

Telegrams, :May . . . . . 5.77 mentmen, 33 designers and draftsmen forces that precipitated five B. P. I. Bonds, in addition to that when flying the Hump It was I II Physicians furnishing such treat

Ft. Pierce IIdwr. Co., 35 Inspectors, 26 engineer-inspectors : II, The Christian Science the six bonds which will mature on I I necessary for the planes to go up ment should notify the nearest VA

Stove for Jail 1 . . . . . . 225: .00 and seven levelmen. Sal ) Directors told the Annual that date. as high: as 19,000 feet In order to II I contact office within five days after
arles favorably with those of The Mother Church, The board adopted a resolution I
J. A. Johnson, Repr. compare ;| I make the trip. For his services a veteran with service-connected
Typewriters & :Machine . . 6164 of neighboring: states. Church of Christ, Scientist, whereby it accepted, without pay with the ATC he was awarded two ,I disability has been treated, the VA
I ton, Massachusetts, June 3rdThe ment of rent, the use of machinery
Election Officials, Bayless said emphasis will be Bronze Stars, the DFC, Presidential contact representative pointed out.
Payroll Second Primary . .75.00! placed, as long as the shortages I time has come, the owned by the county commissioners I Citation and Air Medal with Clusters Doctors should also report whether

City of Okeechobee, Water, continue, on projects that can be I' tore affirmed, when ' for the purpose of clearing the additional treatments are needed for

CHI Jail, May . . . . 23.90! planned quickly and carried out :'of all\ social and religious I newly acquired football field. The The name of the firm will\ be the balance of the month.

H & W. B. Drew Co., with available materials such as are being called upon to School Board agreed to pay the changed and will be known as the After a check of the records' to

Supplies County Officials 1I0.2< widening and resurfacing of ex I thing more convincing than driver of said machinery and to pay Okeechobee Builders Supply Com establish the veteran's service connection
I tees and for the fuel.WALKER 1
preachments,
C. J. Hawk, feting highways pany, and In addition to making eligibility for out-patient
Repairing Polling Place . I 11.00 "The road department Is far from 1 I pageantries/ to sustain the cement blocks they will also carry I care, the VA will authorize payments

Returning Ballot Boxes, satisfied with the progress now being I their fellows, and to MATHEWS, FORMER lumber and all kinds of builders II I to the physician for his services

Payroll Second Primary . I 9.70 made," Bajless said "In many lasting peace NEWS EMPLOYEE, HAS supplies as soon as they are available -I If It Is found that the vet

Mabel P: Raulerson, cases delays have been unavoidableon If these systems are to RETURNED FROM GERMANY I eran Is not eligible for outpatientcare

Recording Deed . . . . . 1.95 account of strikes and the short ,I declared the official I I Mr McMullen: has been connected i the physician will be notified

Withholding Tax Fund, age of trained personnel, but we can I the world'embracing i Walker :Mathews, who was em- I with the business since It was established I I so that he can bill the veteran as

Taxes Withheld, May . . . 13.40 move ahead on many projects and i ence movement, they must I ployed by The Okeechobee News last year. !| he would any private patient. I

F W. Zander, Repairing that I I. what we are getting set |\ proof that the Ideals for j during 1939 and 1940 has returned !I II Veterans living in the same city

&. Painting Co. Jail . . . 38057 to do" : stand can be made of I to the United States after spending MRS SAPHRONIA PEASE HAS I I where a VA contact office Is located

Okeechobee News, !Iin advancing the cultural, many months In the United States )I RESIGNED AS DEPUTY CLERK should always check with the con-
Printing & Advertising . 181.50 and spiritual welfare of the I Army, most of which time he was tact representative before going toa

Cecil Pollack . . . . .. . . I I Labor Dist 3 . . . . . . 700 I This statement from the in Europe-xHe took part in the invasion OF THE COURT I private physician, If time permits,
Fence Posts for 90.00 Standard Oil Co., Delael ors was given before thou of Mrs .
Cemetery France and then went on Saphronia Pease, who has Mr. Garrison pointed out
Fine & Forfeiture Fund Fuel Dist 4 . . . . . . . 637 Christian Scientists into ,
Germany In some of the hottest been employed as deputy In the office 'The VA representative emphasized
Mabel P. Raulerson, Costs Withholding Tax Fund, first peacetime Annual I I fighting the Third Amy under of Mrs Mabel Raulerson clerk i that outpatient service Is available
,
Bills, Co. Court, :May . .$ 17.60T. Taxes Withheld, May . . 2.70 five years, many of I II I General Patton saw during the war. I only to veterans who have a service
Zibe K. Williams, from countries long shut of the circuit court, for the past
;j I
W. Conely, Jr., I He Is now employed by one of the connected disability Disabled veterans I
Docket Fees, May . . . . 40.00 Ins. County Truck . . . . 26.00 the world by war They newspapers at Lakeland and he and six years, has resigned that position are entitled to outpatientcare

Mary Schulman, .Agricultural Fund i I with them vital lessons i: :Mr Pierce of that city spent Sat- effective last week She took I i only for service-connected conditions .

Conviction Fees, May . . .10.00 C. B Boylei, Salary troubled years just passed urday and Sunday In Okeechobee over as deputy in the office during I .

N. 0 Stewart, County Agent May . . . .$125.00 I phasize the Directors' I I seeing friends and enjoying some I"I the summer of 1941 J, Veterans In doubt as to their

Cost Bills, May: . . . . . 34824 C. R Boyles, Expenses that "the supreme duty of fishing Connie W Raulerson has acceptedthe 1 I eligibility obtain full Informa-
Road & Bridge Fund 4-H Club Trip . . . . . 12.00 I men and churchmen at this I I may
place left vacant by her resignation -I tion at the contact office at the
. Race Track Fund hour is to use every means Miss Alvyna Sweat and Miss Lillian '
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Dist 4. Labor 75.00
Payroll $ ;
I and will be the deputy clerkIn local Draft Board office, 9:30 a. m.
Payroll, Dist 2, Labor . . . 21.00 General Fund, Transfer $2,00000 I command, to prevent Walker returned to their homes I the future.Advertise. to 4:00: p. m. on Thursdays of each
Payroll Dlst 5, Labor . . . 80.30 :Mrs Ira Swindal was appointed conflict and to bind up here last week from Tallahassee 'I week This service began last
S. C. Paige, Fuel Diet 4 . . 765 at member of the County Welfare healed wounds left by the \ where they attended school at the '
News week
Arthur Raulerson, Board. (Continued on Page Florida State College last terl'l.I in The
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L THE OKEECHOBEE Haws' FRIDAY. JUNE 14. 1 4Dhccdjubcc '

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Ncusl( PROPOSED WATERWAY WOULD of the calm, mystic St. Johns marsh .
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OPEN TO SMALL BOATS VAST I From Ocala would come another

_M lll IIT _T. -- I I I canal that would take the craft
ARE.OF SCENIC BEAUTY
Published Every Friday bj the through a veritable fairyland of
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Okeechobee News Co., at Okeeeht- "\ --11111I" i, June 10.-The scenic
bee, Okeechobee County, riorldal of the to be citrus.
I HihuntHiU's waterways channel from Klsslm 3PIECEVELOUR LIVING ROOM SUITE -
{ BRYANT BOWDEN. .. ... -..1lt.or'Eteretl 'ollaU'u.ted under the proposed A 12-foot River
\ through the Klsslmmee
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; mi second class matter Jaly Honda water conservation and flood marine tour-
would enable
Post Office In tfceeln- I /Valley
1. ini4 st the
nee, _Flu" nnder Act of Mar._ 8. 1271.1 j control plan, are given too little lifts to return to the days of the
attention In the opinion of MerrickM
SUBSCRIPTION RAT I IOne I II Conquistadors Reed Creek swamp UNFINISHED CHEST DRAYERSt
100Six Hill, editor of the Klsslmmee
Tear in advance with its marvelous stand of cypress
I Months In advance : ::::::: 1.00 I Gazette.
__ __ - .- I Ii.Il I would be Just ono stopping pointon t
\\hlle the prime purpose of the a cruise through the nation's
R\\" IIVX::, LOCAL DODGE AND |I I
plan for which Col. A. B. Jones, "last frontier."
rI.Y!!Ol',!!! fl. ., .vrinNrsD: .i..ent. engineer of the Army in I DINETTE SUITES

MEETING IN T Jacksonville, has been holding a I CHURCHES OF CHRIST,

Ray Hux II'I I I aeries of hearings, is to protect cattlemen SCIENTIST ,

Garuiri and dealer for the Dodge citrus growers and farmers "Cod, the Preserver of Man," is .
and Plymouth iiutomohilcn for Okee- I lof I Central Florida from extremes of CHENILE BED SPREADS
I tho. subject of the leseon-sermon
thobci Count, spent' the firat part water levels, the 12-foot canals of of
I which will be read In Churches
of this week in Tampa where he I the plan would give'small boats an the
throughout
Christ, Scientist
went to attend meeting of dealer,, opportunity to explore virtually unknown .

from thlx part of the state i!:I jungle territory In Central world The on Golden Sunday Text, June Is:18"Withhold ODEL BEDS, MAPLE AND WALNUT FINISH

\'I Hux U l oneof the youngest Florida.
i mercies fromme
I Ir I not thou thy tender
dealer u;' the Dodge Bird Pl>'mouthorirnniation Under the proposed plan, Tltus- kindness
0 Lord: let thy loving
. and lin already sold I ville would be connected with Klsslmmee .
I and thy truth continually preserve
several car and trucks in Okeecho I* a canal which would CHIFFOROBES
I me" (Ps. 40:11):
bee give small\ boat owners a close-up which
t I I Among the citations comprise -

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V from the BIble "My help
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l cometh from the Lord, which made KITCHEN SAFES

heaven and earth. The Lord is thy
1 IN BUYING PROPERTY
: keeper: the Lord is thy shade upon

thy right hand. The Lord shall pre
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serve thy going out and tHy com
SURE THE TITLE IS CLEAR. HAVE r ing in from this time forth, and KITCHEN CABINETS

I AN ABSTRACT PREPARED BY : ever for evermore" (Ps. 121: 2,5,8)).

The leseon-sermon also Includesthe

Okeechobee Abstract following\ passage from the I ... .
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i Christian Science textbook, "Science

J, L. BARBER, Manager n; and Health with Key to the Scrip-
uw tures" by :Mary Baker Eddy: "God

.......,,n.., ... .. .... ... . .., .' .. .. .... .., .'. ..,..'Jtl'}.'.".y fashions all things, after His own A Small Payment will lay away any item in our store for
likeness. Life Is reflected in existence -
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Truth In truthfulness] God in
c--- future delivery The money you spend with us remains
goodness! which impart their own

peace and permanomi. Man! mule

It I am deeply grateful to I I in Ids likinund: po"

GodS dominion over all the 4

those who voted for me I I ciirth ip .'>IH: 9-I u. 19.:OilCLASSIFIED I, r r
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and supported my candi I M M
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dacy for Justice of the I ADS

L Supreme Court in the recent -
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Primary. W.\STED t
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PAUL D. BARNS \VAXTED-Man: to succeed Harry PHONE 115
Johnson as Rowlolgh Dealer In
\ Okeechobee County. 'Products sold 1 I

_____ 'I 20 years. 1500 families Only reliable I .

\ --.. - -- ------- hullers considered Write r
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F 1 Memphis, Tcnn, or see Wm Crnw- .
! REAL ESTATE AGENT WANTED ford, Box 1309 Lake Placid, Florida. -- ----

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.uti.L I. an or womiin to list, show and sell Farms and country

IJI ioi><.rlKs to people our National Advertising brings to you. RANCHES AND CATTLE GRAZING

1:\jiiienci. not essential, we train you for the work TRACTS ARE SALEABLE NOW.
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A profitable permanent connection with the Worl.d'i Largest '
MONEYED IN\ESTOUS IF INTER-
Oountr. Real Estate Agency; In business 46 ycari. Many of
ESTED SELLING, WRITE HORACE
u.n' ag nts are earning over $3,000 per year. M SHERWOOD, P. O. BOX

Preference given to applicants located in towns or village, or 851, CORAL GABLES, FLA., WITH

on mast highways at edge of town or village. LESLIE II. COOMBES BROKER. I II
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FOR SALE i
of April. Please write- stating address and phone.

STROUT REALTY AGENCY I FOR SALE--Electro Lux Gas Refrigerator -

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FRIDAY, JUNE 14, 14 THE OKEECnOBEE NEWS

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EQUALIZING TUB ASSESSMENT"' OF
I TVXK8, FOR 1840 I FIRST CHURCH OF CHRIST, COUNTY, FLORIDA .
Ta oil property owner In Okeechobee I I Juno 12 11)49/
County; SCIENTI'ST, JUNE S, 1'411 NOTICE! IS IIEUEUY GIVEN that ,
You are hereby notified that on July ptirmmnt to Section D of Chapter
1st. 1940. the Count- Tax Assessor i I (Continued from Page 1)I) 142IM. laws of F'lnrl'Ift. Aft of 1037. '
will meet with the County Commls- I known a* the MUIiPIlY ACT and In
Inner* In the Court Ilouna for the I. "This Is no time for them to resort I pursuance of Chapter 2W1B8, Liws of
purpose of hearing romplnlnti and rereiving either to subterfuge or aggression ri"rl.ln. Arts of 1041, known* thenvrnfii.Anns ,
testimony ni to tllA value of PUAINAOH DIS- Vacation Time
any property, real or personal a* : as a means of extending the TUICT ACT the following- described'
fixed1 bv: the County Assessor of Innd: attnntpit In Hrerirlndos Drainage
political Influence of any church or nistrlrf In OVwrhohne Count Tlnr-
Taxes of pel feet In if reviewing and
amendments state," the statement lall.I I Ida will ho offered for lale at public
equallrlnir I outcry: for the highest sod heat nah
C. E. DHAWDT.' Chairman I Continuing on those lines, tho bid, anhject to the rlrM nf the Tms-',
Hoard IS TUNE-UP TIME. LET
of US
{ ''"l1t CommlSHlonersOlceecholno toes of the Interns! Improvement] .
County. Florida' Directors Insisted that "there Is no Fond and of the Hoard of Comml-!

Jn1L21St room In the church for politics, and I sinners of Everglade Drainage DII-\\ SERVICE YOUR CAR FOR
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I Met! to reject any and all bid, at I
... In a democratic system of government I Courthouse, liculnnlne at 10.001| ..
o'clock A. M on the 15th day ofJuly
SAFE SUMMER
DRIVING.
there Is no room In politics I' 1916.( As to all parcels of lend' n
GILBERTTHEATRE for the church There Is, however, of ten acre or more title to one-half
of petroleum and three-fnurlho of i
always room In politics for the I other minerals \\ 11II... reserved by I II
I I Trustees of the Interim Improvement BUMPER TO BUMPER LUBRI- -
moral sense of religion"Applying Fund Rasement for road right of,
I war 200 feet wide, will I I he: reserved by ICATION
:y:ss::tss:.:ss:.:s=s:.:saa: ; that statement with I If snld Trustees from,any parcel through,, TIOLINE AND KENDALL .
f equal force to national and Inter. :''which I thore Is in xlstlm! tate rood
I I rm1 earner: Kr C-cr.i--c! .
national affairs, the Directors added OILS WASHING POL-
Sunday and MondayJune -ee"nmoao't' nil I ter 'ell "'I'''''' ,
vi 1 jc ervad b' tb: Board
: "It makes little difference < : : : et
16.17, 194 6I Crmml,slcnr cf Evc-l-1rF! 0: i ISHING AND WAXING. '
whether It be a conflict between cite Pl.'rlet.
D,.... '''tf''n
r political Ideologies and religious Lot :,1 through 1*

SUNNY TUFTS VERONCIA LAKE dogmas or an open warfare between murk 7, Southwest Addition toOkee..hobpe ALL TYPES OF MECHANICAL

armed forces; the results are 1'n'IIvl,11',1 Vt Interest In Tote 1
to 12 Inclusive. Block 88, City
in"MISS ways stultifying nf OkeeehobeeUndivided WORK. WELDING.OKEECHOBEE .
"If those who are today al'l M Interest In T.oti 1
SUSIE SLAGLE'S" to 12 Inclusive. Block M. City
In the grave task of building of Okeeehobee

also world government for the TnrTr"F or TITK INTER
of establishing permanent and unl.1 NAT, IMPROVEMENT FIND
.. OF TilE STATE OP FI.OK-
A i Musical Cartoon New ReelFriday versal peace on earth, fall to turn I IDA
HO\RD OF COMMISSIOSTHSop
I to God for guidance and fail to EVEnotAnES DRAIN. MOTOR CO.

+ +. make spiritual Integrity the very AGE DISTRICT

: foundational stone. In their structures Ity ABEL P. RABLEHSON, Agent
I and SaturdayJune they will have labored In for Improvement Trustees of Funil the Internal and WHERE SERVICE IS A FACTU.

21.22, 194 vain." for Everglade mull nf Cnmmlssloneraf Drainage PI*. S. TIRES PUROILkWOllNDS

I Awareness of the basic national trlct. Okeechobee County,

"MELODY: RANCH" need for divine guidance evoked a FloedaSubscribe I

profound statement from Benjamin ,

with Franklin during the heated Constitutional to The News -

JEAN AUTRY Convention In Philadelphia,
which the Directors cited as still

and apropos In today's problems. Quoting

the familiar Scriptural passage,
"SWINGING ON A I
"Except the Lord build the house,

IUIN OW" { I they labour In vain that build it,"

1 Cartonn and ewl'Uet'1 i Franklin added: "I firmly believe !

this: and I also believe that without

I His concurring aid we shall succeed

.........J,....'.''.'.:..:..:'.:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:. I i| In thin political building no better

| than the builders of Babel; we

ComingAttractions [i shall be divided by our little, par :

I I artial local: interests. . And what

I I is I worse, mankind may hereafter

"THE VIRGINIAN" from this unfortunate instance despair .

"THE SPIRAL, STAIRC\SE" \ of establishing governmentsby

"THE LOST WEEKEND" i human wUdom and leave it to

"IT'S A PIE \StllE" t tt chance, war and conquest.
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In the present unsettled economic

and political picture, the Chrlstlnn

_Sclentlsts' official governing body

t/ envisaged condition fraught with

., NURSE LOSES FAT the same evil consequences as In

L -:. SAFELY AYDS WAY FrunUni'B day And they assured

0f illmmtr" wlthoet txtnlte the Annual Meeting that "It Is Just

L Eat: starch, potato, frrrr.lu as true now as it was then that
t cut down. AYDSViumlaCindy
Reducing PUn !h eal4 without God1 guidance und the
.enuble,easier.No rsrr4ma I'b I
I drug No laxative iplritual support of the church, no

government! either national or
Nurrr war see et men ehs In'l
too prrronr kiln Im to 1Ibr.rar.pe inational< can
: successfully
... la. aw w.eUri ._.-
. kdldeal 't"'DI'I'.Y', YWrmdartrd with these diffIculties." I a "
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DtHdou AYDS before each meal dull ter.pleYrl1'eugetnUmim : I
,minerals,essential GEMS: FOR OUR SCRAPBOOK
j-nUny d,. Start the AYDS Vmmta I'
&ndy to lax weight now. 30 day supply Assurance I
T Ayd*. &,2E. .7
o&w. It i i in wonderful that strength of
Ku as U yw d /
I IWI
purpose and boldness and of
energy
TERI.\ nitro SUNDRIES I II
will are aroused by the assurance
Tear out thin .\d\', as a reminder. I
I |i that we are doing our duty-Scott ti nwr bA I e:4.-
Anxiety is a word of unbelief or : _

to JW<**'-->'".,....WMI |I>><- .........x "I unreasoning dread. We have no 'I i I

r .us? $* : right to allow It. Full faith In God

: : nI i puts It to rClt.--Horaco Bushnell. I
BanK (
: : Trust Truth, not
error; and

Truth will give you all that belongsto I

| > CAL 'aiuafkSWC the rights of freedom. Mary & te./

Baker Eddy. I ;
g giJARS
When you have read the Bible,

you will know it is the word of God, j _

because you will have found It the


F1'; w w , rr key happiness to jour and own your heart own, your duty own_ FULL AIR-CONDITIONED YOU'RE ; .

i I Woodrow Wilson looking at the real thing, friends new
gilt '4 : Assuring patrons lust the right temperature -

for comforf regardless of
sLo'i. NOTICE OF INTENTION TO conditions outside.GREATER buses that are new. These are genuine post-war
CELL: I\M
NOTICE !11:' IIMIEIIY: GIVEN that, .

ti al ."'0058""urnt, 1.11I'fo ,.f Sp"lon I')loridu 13 Act(I), of Chapter]\m, RIDING COMFORT coaches, engineered and designed for superior

and Settle' 1,7.: (Cliiiin| >r 14717. LHW,
>f Florida .Uts nf mil/ nA amended Soft
'>y Swiluii, 11. Chapter :!OIJ.\ luxurious seats, with more leg
Law of performance safety and travel comfort.
PlorliLior. .,f 1:111.: old| alma ..?,. room than you have ever enjoyed/ in . to
uant in Sx-tl.iii 42. Chapter 20722,
Laws of Florl.1 Acts olMWlT( V bus design.
r f I mienilud Ui bi.-i.aiou lu, : see that you get the most for your travel dollar.
r.11IrJ.1. :
| l.nws of l''lorldu l Acts 2,1:1:
t > r | Action 4t. Chapter 2or:::. Laws of GREATER
:. Acts ,,l liMl! ax amomled In VISIBILITY
:'Wtlon 21. Chanter/ Florida Greyhound Lines is
i :i 22d7u Lnws of happy to
, pass
I lorljln. Acts of 3913! : the follow I 'ln* Greater window space brings new
1 ''lerlhoI' IlIndl'
In Ok"""" ". ('ouol",
"'lurid,. to-u It: highway scenic delight as you relax'
I In supreme comfort. along to you news of this great new fleet of fine
r Lots 1 tn 20 Ine", Bib 20, :\'orth.

CAPS, LIDS I Lot wept 5 &Adrlltlon fl, Illk. 10, buses
city of Okeechohee the first of
new
types serving cities
& RUBBERS I UNDERSEAT LUGGAGE SPACE your
Lots 1 & S, lilk. 7, Southwest Ad-

"And follow InMrucUoni T.nts titian 1 through 0, Elk. 3H.: South I Your 'luggage goes right along with and communities. These new buses are high
the Ball Bly!' Book. To get your copy I okopchoheeLuis you In a special space allotment out
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end lOc with your name and address to- 1 & 2 Blk. 2, Ilnllrnacl Adill- of the
lion way-under your seat
I lighted with features
BALL MOTHER COMPANY, Munch ,lad. loco 0 to 12 Incl. Blk 171.: City many for premium performance.
Kant: Sl) ft of Lot 2, Ulk. B, MeGliiKhan -
Addition I
I I Ride them for complete travel
i' IIP offered for sale nt public out.i enjoyment.
ELECTRICAL WORK WIr the highest mill brat :rest, old.l I I '
subject to the rltfht of the Hoanl of ,., llIr i
CoimnlasloiiRis uf Dee ulndi'i' rr +ppr'

x P. P. EVANS CnmmlisloneM age Hlntrlrt.:; and/or of Okeet'hdbee Iloiird: : ;: of IIralll'l 'e..r NIX SERVICE STATION
{ I'liiriilii. to rebel liny "IUd', | all .
I nt the foiirthouso. lieglniilng at 10:00: .
,o'diirk. A. M. ou the 13th day of
I July. l 4''KnHPiucnt fur drnlniiKo and Phone 16
HOILE WIRING reserved reclamation': and road purposes ,,11be I 1

!lOA ItP OP COMMISSIONERS' I
I ui i\nnr.i.ADKs DUAINAQB .

CHILLS & .FEVER endRO.IItU DISYUICT I 1 / FLDRIDR

op COCNTY COM ,, .rNOOMt.
I Slt4SiONhIt0 Ob'! DKEECHU-
DUE TO MALARIARELlEVEDrrr BEE COUNTY, FI.UItlUA. i GREYHOUND
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By !MABEL P. RADLER9ON,
Clerk uf the Circuit Court of M a
RttOluf
Okeechobea t'"ii ty: Klurlila.' 4S
BY I Ic. > 000 n' agent for until Board '' .
v' <
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/NESS ;
.._ pw-. I By SOPIIRONIA Deputy PEASE Clerk Y'v" v v

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FRIDAY JUNE 14, UUI
THE OKEECHOBEE NEWS
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.',::0==:0'..',"c""='" a',.',==os:,.',0"=""'="' '".'"_""'"' ',.',0'=''''='8-''''.......'.' ==0;',.',=a=%'.,',==,.',.00='..',00...=.;..".', Misses Perrllee Hunt and Betty '
f'' Barber returned to their homes here P 1 e
I I *1 last week from Tallahassee where t 00 .
NEWS
SOCIAL they attended ichool at the Florida ,
.. III State College for Women during the s

.0 illi..'..!EE!!!.!53!..!.!':i5!:.: :.: :.: :.:. :.: :.: :.:.iE :.: :.: term just closed.A ,
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ion weighing nine pounds, four
I Mrs W B: Hargraves and son Mr, and Mrs S. M* Swain and I
) ounces, was born to Mr. and Mrs. ,
Charles, were visitors spending yesterday two daughters, :Misses Virginia and 1 1 \
I Elliott II. Lott on June 3rd at Hall-\
In West Palm Beach. Mary Elizabeth, have returned to
I ,I fax District Hospital, Daytona
their home here after spending
Beach, Florida. The new arrival
Kit Bowden, editor and publisher three weeks vacationing at
of The Montlcello News, spent Mon ': wood, Ala. Cotton.'I'I has been christened John Lamar.

day afternoon In Okeechobee. '! '
1Mr 1 Miss Eva i, Johnson, a teacher In
Word has been received here that I
the high school here for the past
and :Mrs. Ray Simuons, and Sylvanus Harden who has been confined I
four years, was married on June 10
Mr and Mrs. Malcolm Simmons ofI to -the Arcadia Hospital for I I
I I to Glen A. Hall of Fort Lauderdale.
Fort :Myers, were visitors upending the past three weeks with pneumonia
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I i I The couple will make their future
Monday afternoon heie Is well on his way to recov
I home In Fort Lauderdale, Florida.
I IMr. cry and Is expected hone early
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and :Mrs Lennie Berber an I next week.
1 County Judge T. W. Conely, Jr.,
nounce the arrival of a son born at visitor
was a spending WednesdayIn
the Good Samaritan Hospital, West i I Mrs. J. T. Hancock has returnedto Tan'pa where he went to attend
Palm Beach, Tuesday night. I' her home from Jacksonville the joint meeting of the State Live

!1 where she went to attend the meeting stock Sanitary Board and the Exe

M.ra. Arthur Raulerson spent the of the State Democratic Executive cutive Committee of the Florida
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first of this week in Tallahassee Committee that met at the Cattlemen's Association.W. Ij

whore she went to attend graduatlon : George Washington Hotel In that { y
exercises at the Florida State city Wednesday of last week P. Hargraves will leave todayto /

College for Women w!,.:c her: sister \lnlc there she visited her parents, return to his home in Clear-
I was one of the graduating class. ; I'.ov nnd Mrs E L. Shuler.JUNE water after spending the week here -- -.
with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. W, ,
+ B. Hargraves and family. He Is employed I
In the Postal Savings De-
's I '
I, partmcnt of the postoffice at Clear-

BIG DATE T I I water. 1p4l1i.

Mrs. Alvin Sweat and son Law e 1
3O1.JIF ARMY MEN rence left !Monday night for Moul- iii

trie Georgia, where they went to
attend the funeral of J. H Clark, ELECTRIC RATES
I I who was killed in a car accident.
have been dischargedfrom Family allowances for
YOU your I His three ions were seriously Injured
the Army-if you held a dependents will be continued I! and are still in a hospital.
grade and wish to retain it-if throughout your enlistment
:Mr. Clark was a brother-in-law of COSine
you have dependents-then act only if you enter the Regular :Mrs Sweat.

now. , June 30, 1946 is Army before July 1, 1946. I lOw
the last day on which you can If you have been dischargedfrom MARY SCHULMAN LEFT *

.... enlist in the Regular Army and the Army and wish to re- YESTERDAY FOR THREE WEEKS 1934, our ...r... rat* for horn ui. N I
still take advantage of two important enlist at your old grade you .o.
VISIT IN THE NORTH hat been cut fA half SUNSHINE SERVICE -
benefits , retention must enlist within 90 days after

of your old grade and family your discharge. And before July Mary Schulman, county prosecute sow mak. it va cheaper to live better .
allowances. 11946.Think it over.Act now. ing attorney, left yesterday for
Indiana where she will spend several .lectrically- Florida.

I i ENLIST NOW AT YOUR NEARESTU. days attending to regal business fLORID'O E CRT COHPMTZ
A 0000 tot 'Oft YOU
S. ARMY RECRUITING STATION From there she will go to

S. Army Washington, D. C., and New Yorkon ews "
704-706 COMEAU BLDG. business.
CHOOSE THIS
' FINE ,."O'.I.ON MOW! Later she expects to go to Canada
WEST PALM BEACH, FLA. RATE REDUCTION 7i> J ill
DOLLAR
where she will spend the remainder MILLION i<

of her time vacationing.

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NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the lands



posted on the bulletin boards at the County :, '

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Court House, Post Office and City Hall, will be ,

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sold at public auction on the






EIGHTH DAY OF JULY : .



(qt A. D. 1946, at 12:00: o'clock noon


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I the City Hall City of Okeechobee, Okeechobee -



Florida, to pay the amount due for taxes set e



opposite to the same, together with all cost of .


\ such sale and advertising.



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WARREN J, KING, Tax Collector



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