The Okeechobee news
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Title: The Okeechobee news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The Okeechobee Publishers, Inc.
Place of Publication: Okeechobee Fla
Creation Date: April 26, 1946
Publication Date: -1992
Frequency: triweekly[<1989>-1992]
weekly[ former <1926-1945>]
semiweekly[ former <1981-1983>]
three times a week
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Okeechobee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Okeechobee County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Okeechobee -- Okeechobee
Coordinates: 27.241667 x -80.833056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 82, no. 91 (Sept. 13, 1992).
General Note: "The voice of the Everglades."
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 6, no. 24 (Jan. 8, 1926).
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Volume 31-=Number 49 Okeechobee, Florida, Friday, April 26, 1946 Price Five Cents

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printed Okeechobef this week-:in News its new u being home ALL COUNTY OFFICERS NOMINATED WHILE REGISTERED VOTERS REACHES NEW HIGH I

ill the block across the street facingthe

Ing C was Count completed Court !House on April The 1ft build-and books At closed the time last-the Saturday registration night:! Telephone Operators in this Territory Voted to Go On Strike Beginning May 6 I

we itartcd to move then but due and 1 3)I'
there were 1872 Democrats T I:
to the large amount of heavy equip- Republicans qualified to vote In the'I The Florida Independent Tele ,,0. K. GARAGE IS NEW DODGE NOTICE TO CAR DEALERS POSTOV BROTHERS HEREIN
ment and much trouble In gettingthe phone Worker's Union, Inter-Countyl!
electrical work Local No.1, affiliated with the I
completed wes
nup-ber; of voters ever qualified In FATHER'S CAMPAIGNDick
did not finally complete the Job until Okeechobee County. I National Federation of Telephone I I I W A. Sloan Board Chairman, an-I

Monday afternoon of this week. There Is practically no Interest In I, Workers announced April 6 that a Is made this weekof nounces that all new car dealers In and Bryan Poston of Lake

strike vote was taken by a secret the appointment of the 0 K. St. Lucie, Martin Indian River, and Park were visitors who spent Mon-
the coming primary. The one bill I I
We like our new location and we :1 Garage as the dealer for Dodge and Okeechobee Counties '
thai ballot at a general meeting on Frl- I are requestedto t, day In Okeechobee calling on the
reason for that Is the fact I I
especially like the building and ,' lay night April 6, 10 15. Union I Plymouth automobiles for meet at the Area Price Control people of the town In the I interest
there will be no contest by any ol fI I I
when everything is completed It will :I' members were agreed that strike bee County .They have Okeecho-I Board, Arcade Building, Ft. Pierce, of the candidacy of their father, A.
the local candidates and therefore (
be Ideal for a weekly newspaper. ballot ., notice be served to the company dealer here for many years until i Fla, on Thursday, May 9, 1944 from IA. (Barney) Poston, who Is a candidate
their will not be the 'I I
on iI
do have the fire hazard
We not we I April 6 to be effective 30 days this appointment.Ray I I 9:00 a. m. to 10 a. m. This meetingwill for the office of Railroad
old that has on May 7. I I
had In the
election IrOkccchobee thereafter or May 8. flux, proprietor of the 0. K.' be conducted by F. F. Faust,: Commissioner from Group 1 to succeed
This wll be the first i
the News office for the
housed past since It '! "We regret that this measure has I Garage, stated In discussing the i District Price Specialist front the Eugene Mathews who Is not a
County was
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twenty years and this clearly created where all office holders i l hccn brought about by necessity, new automobile agency that he expected Miami District Office. It Is Imper candidate for re-election.
demonstrated the fact that I
by our I' without .J i but owing to the Increased cost of to carry a complete line of: ative that all new car dealers at-
have been opposition I I
insurance reduced considerably I
was living expenses we deem it new cars as soon as they are available . tend. Mr. Faust will discuss the Mr. Poston has served as County
and If It not for the
were neces-I I
more than half Immediately afterwe I holdan I[ sary to take these steps," .. J and that his service department compliance with OPA Regulation Commissioner from his district InI

moved. In fact we are told by Insurance state candidates we would not J. Stevens, president of the local(I would stock parts sufficient 60-1. I Palm Beach County for many years '
election here.
agents that the rate on the I '
old the I While there are no local contestsIn which covers exchanges in Fort to take care of the demands of the On the same date Mr. Faust and 'and has a wide acquaintance over
building was very highest Myers Beach, Naples, Everglades, of this make I the state
this should take users of care. At the Mr. Marcus of the Veteran's Ad-
while the rate on our new build- advantage county of their everyone opportunity togo j,I Boca Grande, Punta Gorda, Arcadia!I present time Mr. Hux is unable toI I (ulnlstratlon will be In the OPA 'I

Ing Is the very lowest. to the polls and vote on Tuesday .I Wauchula, Bowling Green, Fort'' say just when he will get a shipment -(: office from 9.00: a. m. to 11:30 a.,

Moving a newspaper plant Is no I May 7. Regardless! of who yod I Meade, Avon Park, Sebring, Lake I of new cars and trucks but m. At that time Mr. Marcus will'I II The Primitive Baptist Church of

job and who has not Placid, Okeechobee, Clewis ton, La- hopes that It will not be long discuss and i I
easy anyone vote for you should go to the polls any Inquiries complaintsfrom Okeechobee will hold Its annual

been through the experience should : and vote because It Is your duty ai Belle, Moore Haven, with over al I I veterans In this area. I Commeratlon Services Sunday April
( hundred members, consisting of'
try it one time. It Is a job you will i well as privilege to vote. I l Ii I 28th. Regular services will beginon
plant, commercial, and traffic departments ll i
never forget Following Is the list of candidates l J. C. Rogers, longtime resident Saturday April 27th at 11:00: a.
of the Inter County Telephone I I
In Babcock as they will appear on the ballot! of Okeechobee but who now resides I. ANTED-Top hand cowboy to m. with preaching. Will also have
moving big
our Op- & Telegraph Company. I i I
timus secured the I with his family at Glenwood, Ga., i handle fattening pasture on east preaching services Saturday afternoon -
paper press The Union has asked for a 25
services of 0. J. Price who tore 1 It SAMPLE PRiMAPY percent Increase In wages and was spent several days of this week ]I[ coast. Good pay for right man. Call i i and again at 11:00: a. m. Sun-
1 here attending to business and Belle Glade phone 184 or wire day. Lunch will be served both
down and moved It to the
new I
ELECTION BALLOTMay nearly unanimous in Its decision. i I
building. After of !greeting friends and relatives I I' Roscoe Braddock. 4 l-2t days. All are Invited to attend.
several days Union officials declared the average!: .1 I I

work In putting it back together, 7, 1940DEMOCRATIC wage runs from a minimum of 32

Mr. Price suffered a heart attar PARTY cents to $1.05 per hour. --.. --0.-
which delayed us until we got W
Okeechobee County, Florida
L. of West I'alm Beach to
come over and complete the job. Instructions: To vote for any can- TOMORROWAFTERNOON I
Mr Price U an old pressman, having didate make a cross (X) at the AT IlJO

had many years experience in right of his name. ,

the field of printing presses His Announcement I Is, made on another HEAR .

father designed and originated the FOR UNITED STATES SENATOR page of the Okeechobee News today

present Chandler & Price job press (Vote for One) I that lion. Lex for LfLE ,

that Is used all the Democratic. :
by practically corn.smerciataprtntmg'plante # ? Qi
: now,. Mr. too.Lr4 kos:: :.' 1JAtt't::}: ., : United States \

Price, assisted by Chester "Herke" Senator C. 0. e In
Margaria, did a swell job of uovlng - Okeechobee tomorrow and will
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the press and we are indebted to LEX GREEN I I dress the people of this county ad-I GREEN

them as well as a good crew of laborers II I at 1:30 p. m.

for a good job well done SPESSARD L HOLLAND | Mr. Green's campaign was late

Our linotype machine, job press, starting due to the fact that he was!I.

folder and big paper press operate FOR JUSTICE SUPREME COURT suffering from an ear ailment that

as good as ever, which speaks well Group Two confined him to his bed for several Lex Green will talk to the Peopleof
for the who helped to handle weeks However since his recoveryhe
men (Vote for One)
I il Is touring the state and making
add that
the job. And we might we

hail practically no damage or break. ;': PAUL D. BARNS 1 many campaign speeches each week Okeechobee County
In the Interest of his candidacy.
in It
ago to the machinery moving \
1 1I I I He Is good and will
We feel like we owe Hudson Burr, J. L. LEE a speaker
: have much to tell about what heI
of Okee
young electrical contractor
chobee a place among our all time :I W. RALEIGH rETTEWAY I I stands for and why. SATURDAY AFTERNOONApril

memories for the fine job Arrangements are being made for I I
pleasant I
I I JAMES HENRY TAYLOR I the Okeechobee High School Band
of work he did in the electrical ,
1- to furnish music before and after
work. ne took over the job after It 27th at 1:30In
had been started and left unfinishedby ( I
Group One Mr. Green will probably speak
another. At the time he took It I
(Vote for One) from the sidewalk near Raulerson's
he was forced to undo what .--I I
over 1-- Corner and will begin promptly at
had been done and then start over JOSEPH B. ABRAM I.F. I.

which made the Job more difficult I 11:30: p. m. the interest of his candidacy for the
but he stuck to his work until the i D. AKIN ( TIME CHANGED FOR I

last was running and all I
press REPORTING UNEMPLOYMENTThe : Democratic nomination for United States
switches were In perfect shape, Including FRED W. BROW
I United States Employment
the one for our radio. I
WILDUR C. KING Service at Ft. Pierce, which serves
While we knew that our new I Senator from Florida. \
I 1 Okeechobee County, wishes to announce I i
linotype machine would not arrive 'I GEORGE A. LANE rJ. r--- that the hours for reporting'
here In time to open up In the new I i
on unemployment compensation I
had hoped that our CI
building we :. MOORE
!!:_ claims and veterans' readjustment
new Kluge Automatic job press ; allowance claims have been changed is cordially invited to be on
would arrive In time but it failedto I A. WILLIAM MORRISO I to Tuesday morning of ench week I Everyone

soon reach ti It us.arrives It will from be the Installed factory.as I A. A. (BARNEY)-POSTON f II I- I the from County 10:00 a.Court m. to House lliSO a.in m.the at : hand and hear Mr] Green as he will havea I

W. are proud of our new home : I Commissioners I

after eld barn spending that so w.many could years only In lockup an I I FOR R.\II.RO Group COMMiSSiONERs Two County The hours were formerly room.from 11 I, special message for 'the people of Okee- I

I I p. m. tCl 3 p. m. on Tuesday of each
hammer and rails (Vote for One) I
taking a
by I I week.
nnd nalllne the windows down. We I chobee County. I ILet's

Invite you to tall on us any time i i JERRY W. CARTER i iI I LOCAL ODD FELlOWS ATTEND I II

and see our new home. 1. j STATE MEETING I\


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WEEK AND I ---- I and J. E Cone were visitors spend i

.\T PARK DRUG STORER. I Ing most of last week In Orlando ,

R. G Minnlck arrived In -, OPERATED ON AT ARCADIA where they went to attend the First

Friday of last week from Miami I I HOSPIT\L APRIL 11 I Grand Lodge meeting of Odd Fellows !; in the Primary

and has accepted the position as In session there from Monday

druggist' at the Park Drug Store.i i Mrs J. D. McCarthy was carried': through Thursday I

Mr. Minnick was for many yean in I I I to the Arcadia hospital Thursday"!! Mr. Cone received the Past Grand I

the drug business at Brooksville and April 11 where she underwent an,' Degree and returned to his home

later Klsslmmee before going tot:I I operation for a ruptured appendix,,' here Wednesday while Dr. Coleman Paid political advertisement, paid for by Okeechobee County friends of Lex Green
Miami where he was connected with While her condition Is still serious,,,,land' Mr. Hamrlck remained there

Walgreen's largest drug store. I,, nt le Is improving slowly. I until Friday. i, 1t .u.i. :. -.w' ::"!.M=.iltt..:" r4 :F' ,'" '6-:. ..... ry.TwM- it JfZj53.1..W.

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I Precinct No. I, Okeeohobee precinct No. T, Okwwhobee
oKEECnOBJlJIDN 1>'JTY. FLORIDA NoticeIn Polling Place Brethren Church Polling Place City Hall,
April 18. 1M Clerk Arthur KanlerionInapector Clerk Walter Gray
, NOTICE IS HEltEllY; GIVEN that : Myrtle Lofton Inspector Mra Ernest Campbell
pursuant to Section 9 of Chapter1S200 compliance with Chapter 0003 Inspector lollle Smith Inappctort W. n. Russell
J#" SPACES Laws of Florida, Acts of 1937. Florida Statutes of 1941 the following Inspectors Harley Arnold Inappctor P P. EvanaPr..lnd
0,1 N known as the MURPHY ACT and In Clerks and Inapectori were appointed Precinct No. 4,_ Okeeehobee No. e. OkeechobeePolling
OREAt pursuance of Chapter :21X198. Laws of for each election diatrlet In Okeecho. Place n Boree'i OfficeClprk
ONE .u./J Florida, Acts of 1041. :known ai the bee County for the Primary Electionto Polling Place: Llona Club Bulldlni r I I J. B. Mlnehan
1:OR J Clerk M. it!. Martin J II. McCranle
atGHt ACT the following described Inapectori 1 Elmer: Pearce Inapprtor Omar Hunt
(/ Innd, altnnted In Everglade Drainage Precinct No. 1.. Ft. Drum Inapector t K J. Wilson Inspector n. C. EvanaPrnrlnrt
JJ/fI District In Okeechohee County, Florida Polling PlaceSchool, noun, Inapector: J O Wolff Sr. No. s. Okeechobee
: will be offered for sole at public Clerk I Estello Leo Prorlnct No. t, rpthegroTe Bench Polling Plnce- ('ourtboul.r .
onterv for the highest and best cash Inspectors Ralph Tyson Polling Plume rpthegrove Crosstn) Clerk I. N. MoMnllPn
bid. subject to tho right of the Trustees Inapectori W, F. Addlaon Clerk: Nat Stratton Inspector: Alto Watford. Sr.
of the Internal Improvement Inspector Joe Reid Inupcctor: Rual Nix Inappctor: Phil T, Canon
Fund and of the Board of Commissioners I Inspectori Orenthel TTptbegroreInappctort I Inspector: Charlie D. HardenC. -
of Everglades Drainage District Precinct N.. 4. Itanlnre Naomi Allen C. DRAWDY
i to reject and all bids, at the I County
any rolling Plural Alton Chandler'i Precinct No. I, Facie :Bay Chairman Board
Courthouse, beginning at 10:00 CommissionersOkeecbohee
W. Scott'sClerks
ii Plnoel
Garage Polling I
o'clock A. M on the 20th day of J.V.. Scott County, Florid
May, IOta As to all parcels of lendten Clerk i Albert Lofton .
I Hewlett Walker itfpnf*
,: Inspector': 7eh: niirrnnee Inspector': Mm.
uuii ur more UUo to one-liulf MABEL P. RAULEIIION.
ScottInapector j
of petroleum and Ihreefoorthl of Inspector i! Edgar Thomas Inappctnr: Mrs. Cora Clerk
Tbnndler I Mra Bob Llghtsey
other minerals will lie reserved by Inspector; Alton :
\ Trustees of the Internal Improvement .. ..... -,_. .._ ._ ._---..--..--.-.- .-- --
t'f Fund Emollients for road right of
wan 200 feet wide will be reserved by
sold Trustees from any parcel through
6 YF wn.ch there Is aa jxlatijTta :-., rtnd I
easement for trnlnneeclnmntton \ C'
ant tor real pnpnee,
Til JscrTiJ t-t ti* Siard c!
Commissioners, of Everglades Oran- '
age Dls'rlct. \p'erh.tln" SAVINGS ACCOUNT

Lola 5 to 8 Inc 11 and 12. Blk 73,
City of Okeechobee
Lot 4, Blk. ISO, City of Okeechobee
Lot 8. Blk. ISO City of Okeechobee
Lots 2 to 4 Inc., 7 to 20 Inc., Blk.
\ v 10, Southwest Addition OPEN A SAVINGS ACCOUNT AND SEE HOW
Lot 9, Blk.I South Okeechobee
)} Lota 2. 4 .olI.7 Inc,. Blk. 120, City
,r. Lota 1 to 3 Inc., 6 and 6, Blk. 121
City of Okeechobee
Improvement Fund and
for of Everglades Board' of Commissioners Umlunge Dis BASIS FOR MANY A PERSON'S SUCCESS. :t ,
. IN the AiherilU'i swagger ityllng, you'll find s Octet Okeechobee County,
sportsman'i Ida of perfection In a hat.The broad FlordnNOTICE

brim shades the cyei, and the casual slant of the THE! STATE) OF TO FLORIDA APPEAR TRY IT.
crowD i I. not only comfortable but correct for TOI WOLF ELLEN KENTUCKY.DENEM.

core of leisure ctlYltles Ton are hereby required to appearat
my office In Okeechobee. Florida w.w.en.w
on Mar 6th. A. D ID O. to Bill of
you Complaint by Richard for divorce U. Denem.filed In against Circuit: KEEP OKEECHOBEE COUNTY MONEY IN OKEECHOBEE
. THE FAIR STORE Court Okeechobee County. Florida. In
default whereof Decree Pro Confesao
will be entered against you; the Okeechobee
Neus 1s deals-tinted aa the
newspaper In which this Order shall
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Ad_.._... consecutive Witness mv weeks.hand and official seal Okeechobee County BankOFFICERS
at Okeechobee Florida this 7tb day

-j From where I sit.. /, Joe,Marsh. of March u A EID.p Clerk of HI HAUI.EHSON.:Circuit Court

Okeechobee County. Florida C. H McNULTY, President S. H. McDOUGALD, Vtce-Pre., and Cashier
Mary Schulman.
-Attorney for Complainant N. RAY CARROLL, Vice-Pro. R. G. DYNES, Aist. Cashier

Best War Memorial Anyone desiring NOTICE a position ai School I DIRECTORSN.
I'Rul, driver for the 1IUIV47 Schod RAY CARROLL C. II. McNULTY JOHN RQE, Sr.
'I"15 i nil mimt have his application In the
. I KnowThere's office of the County Superintendent W. ALLEN MARKHAM, Jr. S. II McDOUGALD E. M. MESERVEJ.
,, nut Inter than 10'00 o'clock A. M on .
Monday, May 5. I'HI. 0. PEARCE
DuTrnnce, I
Carl T.
an old war memorial In Since then, there've been all of
Secretary Ilnnnl .. . .. .. .. .
our town that I like to stop and kinds of disagreements in this Public Instruction ---------- ---- -- -------------- ----
look at now and then. country, big: and little. Prohibition --

Back In, 1865, folks gathered up was one-and there was plenty of I
all the bitter relics of battle and bloodshed, misery and grief until
put them in a pile: cannon, batthe problem was resolved. l 1 : : : ,

$ tered rifles, broken swords, and But from where I sit, it's part ofj
rusted bayonets. Some of them the greatness of America that we l
, ,f from our aide, some captured from remain a united country. W. majj, .
the enemy. disagree as individuals-but, accepting . h. .

r" They melted them down, and that difference of opinion, Now wheat used
from this litter of war sprung a we can live in tolerance and mu. no
monument to friendship, tolerance tual respect. .

I and understanding-a promise that
1I j
the bitterness and hatred were for- 80el1"I.J

gotten. Copyright. ,-1946-- United States Bremen- Foundation- : I i in bee or ale I

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I I And wheat alone can solve the .

I I problem of feeding the ivorld's hungry

Corner Easter Ave. and 12th Street


I tlct ally vheat has never been a large item in less materials than in 1915. This results in a

., the brewing process-only lbu UO of the entire proportionately lower production. But since

I U. S. wheat crop was used in 1915. the current demand for beer and ale is about

For s le1by I In accordance with United States Govern 25% greater than a year ago'the real shortageI

I ment policy, the brewing industry has used nearer 50%.

no- "hl'athatever since March 1, 1916. Consequently, your dealer will not be able

OTHER MATERIALS CUT 30% to supply you with all the beer and ale you

FARMS INC.in The other grains used have been reduced by would like. 'e know you will understand the

30%-that is, to 70% of the 1913 amount. reason for this.
cooperation with *. *. *.

Wheat alone can solve the problem feeding Your attention is
United States Government earnestly directed to the

the hungry. The grains to which the industry recommendations of President Truman's Fam

MOTOR'/FD AND MECHANIZED t is now restricted, are of a variety and grade ine Emergency Committee, which are summarized '

FARM EQUIPMENT not normally consumed by the people of the in the box below.
1 r.or'fl Truck, one and one-half ton, flat body, I world as food.
1942 model. I This statement tells in clear, Dimple terms

1 Plvmouth Station Wagon, Model polO, converted I LESS BEER AND ALE what each of us 'irtJiiidually can do to help .

to Truck. 1940 model. : Mtogcther, the brewing industry is using 30% during the emergency.

j Tnfprnational Tractors. I t
? "Tflrden Weed Cutters.

ic r."Idwell Maintenance Choppesrr. I

1 *>... -national Disc Plow No. 99, 4 thirty ((30)

inch discs. What the President's Famine Emergency Committee UNITED STATES

1 Tipp Press with motor. asks us all to do

1 n'wtable Pumn with motor attached. BREWERS FOUNDATIONr :
r r'na culator larpe. 1. Save and share heat and fut products . Co light on all foods
that tale ttheut, Jan and oils-sine breads, macaroni, cakes, coolies,
rr"'m of ole: will be cash payment in full I pastries and deepened foods. Vie drippings for pan-frying. Sate salad @'fO>'

1"delivery.. I oil-use boiled dressing l I

F'fled bids on approved bid forms for any 2. Buy and serve more plentiful food Balance diets with the '.u

(II' nil of the above enuipment will be received' j mnre plentiful foods, such as poaliesresh fruits and vegetables. _ _ _, __ _

h Frank W. Williamson until 2:00: P. 'M. 1 3. Waste !NO food. Dress up tOOay'lIlj/ol'f'TI/or tomorrow. Male every I II

FAT. Anril} 30, 19-16. and then publicly opened.For crust count with melba toast, crumb-toppings, bread puddings and

bid} forms inspection of property and I sniffings. Take no more than you can eat. Clean your plate. Turn in

u "to information contact Mr. Williamson. I I I unusable fat salvage promptly.

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NOTICE OF INTENTION TOBELL From Ilnncock M/C on line between VETERANS -- 1I oo..4>.. -..-
" LAND Bee 33, Twp .87 8. R S3H :
NOTICE n nr.r.nnv GIVEN that. end Sec. 4. Twp. 38' S. Kir. Discharge Ring
pursuant::: to Section IS (I). Chapter 3S/ H, run S 108' ftl) 8 74 deg W
Sonis. Ins of Florida, Acta of 1941. 2.'I-a.9 ft. to line between sections I "A Beauty"

of and Florida Section: Acta 07.; of.rJjf.: H717 n. amended, Laws on dog 4 and: 10 S rain for H FOR' 3440 I thences ft to .::. '4.95 Shop at Denmark's and SaveSpring I
by !Section' 11. Chapter :20fln8, Laws of W R-Ift.7 ft, N no d.... 10 mln. -::.'"
Florida, Acta of 1U41. ;;o""t.o:: puraunnt W. 1 to S.-otlon 42, 20722! N side of McLendnn fit.I N 74 .&OL\CIIo rs",,
Lows of Florldn! Acts of IfMl. a.amended .
dog: E.lq.l/ ft to POB. Sec. Go
tfh Section: 111, Chnpter :22070. *.
I.nns Flnrldn.I Acta of 11)43. midSection T"" 8 Rae .11 881 acres I
From IlancockC line between
41. Chrpter 211722..n.... of '
See St.: Twp !87 8, Rge.M .
Florida Acts of 11)41, ntnended by '
Section 21, Chapter 22079 Lo... of E and Sec. 4. T"fM 8,
Florida, Ads or 11M3: the follon-ln, R If.. 31 E. of 8 108' ft 8 74 deff..
dcacrlbeil lands In Okeechobee County, W 211.1/ .H ft In line between fl.. ..
Klnrldn, tn-nlti 4 and B. thence along Sea line
I'" Lots 1 to 4 toe and 10, Blk. 73, 00 dee 10 n1'l' n., B 3440{ ft to .
City of Okeecnohc FOB thence W 481 8 ft 8 00 deg. ::!S:: :: ii!::' :i:: :
Lots S. 8 and 7, Blk. 87, City of 10 min E 0711 ft to Hancock
Hecchnbce M/L on S' Hide of McT.endon Sunday and MondayApril
Lot 1, Blk. 12, Wright's First Ad- Point, F3 4WO ft to section
dition. N 00 dog 10 min. W 1)731 28-29 1944 Clearance
Lots 1 and 4, Blk. 8, Railroad Addition hejr See 0 Twp 31, Rife i
1011 ncres. BETTY GRABLE
Lou 7 to 10 Inc., BIll 182, City of From Ilnncock M/C on line IIne'j
OkeechobeeLot tween gee' :11./ Twp 87 8. JOHN PAYNEIn
12, HI It. 182, City of Okecbobee /11 B. and RP<'. 4. Twp 8S
Re 31 E rnn S' 104 ft S 71
Lots 8, 8 and 6, Blk. ISO City ot W 2,11.19 ft to line between "THE DOLLY SISTERS" 3 GENERAL ITEMS IN OUR STOCK HAVE BEEN REDUCED
Okeechobee 4 end 5 POB! thence N 00
Lot. 1 to 8 Inc., BIll 137 City ot 10 min W along Sec line Will (Technicolor) 3
Okeechobee ft to NE cor Sec 5. W 5487 ft i IN PRICE TO MAKE ROOM FOR NEW MERCHANDISE

Lot.Okeechobee 7, 9 and 10 Blk.. 180 City to 10 along min N, E line ltTc'ftll'tn8 n..do't':! I CARTOONS

Lot. 5 and 6, Blk. 123 City ot M/I. on N side Mclendon Point, "Mighty Mouse and the Wolf M
Okeechobee N 74 deg, E twm ft Sec. B, a
Lot 1, Itlk 7, South OkeechoheeLota T"p.lq/ n re. :!II. 11.73 cores "What a Picnic"
2 and 8. Blk. 188 City of From Ilnncock :M/C on line he- I. 3 PLATFORM ROCKER was $29.95 Uhhhm now $24.95
Okeechobee tween See. 81. T..p.IT/ 8, Rge,
Lots 7 to 12 Inc., Blk. 33, South 31 E. See, 4, Twp 38 S. E EASY CHAIR
.d.dr' $45.00 $39.50
Okeechobee I Hire, 31 E S 108 ft R 74 dog: NEWSi. _. was _. now
W 23130\ ft to line between !Seen'
Lot. 11 nod 12, Blk. 33, South
Okeechobee 4 nlonir and section II. S 00 line den' 111S 10 min ft to E 'I a B EASY CHAIR AND OTTOMAN was .... $32.50 now $29.50

Hancock M/I. on S side' McLen- Friday and SaturdayMay

don mln. point E 3480 to ft be*.to S 17 00 ft deg water 10 II 3-4, lUG B BEDROOM CHAIR .. was $29.95 m.mm.u. now $24.50

level of lobe N M. deg B3 min
W 6(11)5 ft along 17 ft waterlevel TEX RITTER S STUDIO BED
I a was $89.50 __ now $69.50
u h h h
N 00 dear 10 mln W 209.5
Your Old Friend ft to nnncock :M/I. on S side of I In
I McLendnn point E 4138 ft to "THREE IN THE SADDLE" g 2-piece LIVING ROOM SUITE was $169.50 u now $139.50
heir. See. 5, Twp 88, Rae 31.

t From 9.39! acres Ilnncock M/C on line b.... M
I tween See .!3. Twp. :37. Re.III.! / "a
Jerry W.Carterg and Sec' 4. Twp 30, Rge. 31. rnn
!5' 198 ft. 8 74 dog W 10120 ft, g WE HAVE A LARGE STOCK OF -
S 00 deg 11 min. E 10183 ft
Pictures of all kinds Curtain Rods Radio Batteries
to POB: thence S 00 dejr. 11 NEWS ->
mln. E 321 ft to 17 ft water
level of I.nke 8 R5 deg 34 min CARTOONS"A Repair parts for Florence, Nesco and Quick-Meal Stoves -

I Ii W along anti 17 ft water level u Floor and Table Lamps.DENMARK'S.
1340 ft tn line between Sees 4 Porkullar Situation"
II mid /5. X 00 deg 10 mln. W
along See. line 3tO.ft( \ to nnn "Peep In Deep" Popeye
I cock M/L on a nlde of MoLen-
don Point thence N 70 deg.. HS478 .+++++++++++++++++++ I
ft to pt of P.eg See 4,
Twp-38. Rge. :I.,. 041 acres I OF OKEECHOBEE
From Ilnncock M/C on line between ComingAttractions ..
Sec /3.1/ Twp. /37. Ree. 31,
nnd 8.... 4. T\\-'log.., 10135ftT1tn/ : :: Phone 115
S 118! ft. S 74 W
4k volt 8 00 dog 11 mln B Ernie Pyle'i Story of
1010 1/3 ft to Hnncork M/L nn RfB
8 aide, of MeLendon Point. S 70 "G. I. JOE"
deg W 247.fl ft W 10173 ft, N
00 deg 10 mln., W 1298 ft to "STORK CLUB""DOLD Redeem Your Golden
Key CouponsPhone
Hnncook Point M/I. on thence N Ride along of .soldline MeLendnn THAT BLONDE" Rf'r

N 74 dog E 1371 ft to rOB "HOUSE ON 92nd STREET"
SW cur Sec 4,
except Peg at
POB. thence non
run S 1120 ft to
E 1120 ft. S 77.15 ft to Hancock
M IT.. thence In SWl.v direction I /. w' ''u nKMrHIM a75 i 1. 711 J8tdi"i : -:ary et
2170 ft. W 10'-7S/ ft. X SVU: ft.
Sec 4. Twp /38. Ree. 3.1. 10 acres --
From Ilnncock :\r IC on line bi>-
tween Sec' :!S. Twp, /37. IIl'p1/ :\.
nod tee 4. Twn. 38 Hire /3,1. ran
a S 108 ft 8 74 deg W 1012 0 ft to
POB: N CO) dee 12 mln. W 4772ft .
to line between Sees 31 and 4. W
thence W Bin.5 ft S 00 deg. 10 4
mln.. E B I4 ft. W 702 B' ft to line
between Sees 4 and 5. thence af
alone See line !a' 00 dee 10 mho.
E 271.1 ft to Bannock M/L on N
Hide of McLondon Point, thence
N 740 de*.. B 1371 ft. Sec. 4, fu ',> .;>0 -
Twp 38, Rge. 88. 006 seres. t
Lots 1 to 4 Inc, Blk. 88. South'
i OkpephrhPtl I
Lots 7. I and 10 Blk. 31. South

Lots OJpppbnhee!. 8. a to 12 Inc.. BIll 120 R

A true servant of City City 4 of of and OkeechoheeLots Okeechobee 7 to 11 Inc.. Blk. 121, j g1)) J alDDLllIralTT a.xra.ee .

for mill,, nt pnlille out.rr I
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I "at cnah' Mdlllitr. I Q
f .' i ''li' illit, ii' Ile' lliinrd oft
the people and a : mmlaet'; ':n:'ra ; C T7, :"el,:,; ;1'a Orninillatrir I

"";, '," ';. "_under. '. "' .Iturrd. :':" 1'N'of .I'nllnto'I :: : I
"rii.itiln' I., r. !Let nn< ii il' nil ""'
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friend of o'clock A. M on the 20th dnv of Mn I
1048. Easement for drainage and I
reclamation and road purposes will be

MankindREELECT reserved.l-ii\"n or, roM"T I "i' nvvv.t: M>''" finAlS
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Group 2 -- --- -- I LlliLLceitainl' Sun-blue Service, "Is the jaik

Okeechobee Published Every News Co.Friday, ,,t Oll..elle-by tie -. of all trades. Cooks meals, beau water, refrigerates!, run the

oee, __Okeechobv County, .lorid. radio, docs the work of a dozen household tenants.I'D ,

May 7 Primary BRYANT BOWDEN IdUorEntHod !

a* iwrno .doss! nuttci Juiy "i
1, 1914 at the Post Office lu ua".,.clio-
----- 'tee, Fin., under Act of M.r. *, 11.71. I DEli
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1 1I is a community builder, a large taxpayer and a good citizen,

I Mee working Lard to attract Dew Lusiftes and industry, to assist

c 44 D in the development of the territory in hich it operatee.



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Chalk's LillLll 1 1ual l push a button or flip a i.'ilch and

p . Sunshine Service goes to work, day or night. Ha unlimited "

',,:;b possibilities la the Electronic Age Undoubtedly, the most ,

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TO ALL WUOM IT MAT CONCERN), vats fences corrals ana pena in lUll
hereby given that the 1 countyr
State tletlv Stock Sanitary Board of NOW. TIIEKEFORB. BE IT RESOLVED
Florida did, on the 4th day of March'A. I bY the Mate Live Stock.
In regular | Panltarv Board of Florida. In teauliir
;m iel,94aOdo and pail the folluwlnE1::: uiPvtliiK assembled that from and
, lifter the iiJnd dar of April A. D
resolution RESOLUTION I I IWIIEKEAS UNO. regular' ivatematlo dipping of
the State Live Stock rnttlo, mules, borers, uses and all' .
Sanitary Board of FlurTJa, on the llth other animate: which with are or cattle may fever be.aubtiKt i itlt.k '
day of December, A. D, IMS.\ acting iMaruaroDU to Infeitatlon Annnlntua) shall beheld ,j
In numuance of and In accordoneeFlorl In the above described county at I Ieaih
888 M alld BH825. of the official dlDDlne vats ANNOUNCING
orStatutel,1541, did by reaolu- In laid the dava:
under qllaralltlna I ave.'c: r.y.oo. borelnafter''
tlon, dilly adopted place and: dutea.
County, Florida or number of
Okl'CChobce net onnoilte the name
of the eltabllohll1ellt The namreI| I.
nn.1 haa Illven due notice ouch of anldidlDBlnovata.
of such quarantine aa required of end deter dipping
by "aid Section B8321 Florida yule and the ave of teaiilur -;, NEW
of cattle
.Statutl'I, 1041. and hu
follows! '
and eatabllshod all necos nry dipping thereat are BI I
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of V..tAN : f
'Name April 22, 1848, and every 14 dayi thereafter DODGE-PLVfJlOUTH
IlllnmionTtoplu April !M, 11MU, and every 14 daji thereafter
MX April V4, 1114(1(, and every 14 days thereafterEngle 1K
Bay April 2't:I. 14! 1B40 and every 14 days thereafter
'hiimaa April( 25:, 1U4U, and every 14 dayi thereafter
April ail. iuj, and every 14 dayi thereafter
Kelly Cattle Co. April !III! 1M( and every 14 daji thereafter
WhliMonWohley I.nke.\ April( L'tl, IMiJ! and every Ii days thereafter
April liH' 1111. and every 14 days thereafter
Manning April( 211., 1114'1, and every U days thereafter DEALERSHIP i1M
April 'J7. 111411. and every H day's thereafter
Miirznnllnprlllit\ April 29\ 1910, and every Ii days thereafter i tit
I'a.ljrelt April( 30 111411, and every Ii days thereafter
llnmrlrkLofton April ::10, 1\1411\ and every Ii days thereafter t
April flay and every f: days thereefterl I
gg : m3
Wolf April : May : : and every days thereafter
Hnrt Ioy I1.111, nllli every Ii dnYI thereafter
Negro Town May 1. 10411, and every U days thereafter
Whlddon\ Pena Itly I, 1\1111, end every Ii days thereafter
Knnlcraon May 2. 10m, and. every Ii day's thereafter
City May 2. liHll, end. every Ii days Ih..reatt..r r 7,
I'opndh May 3. 10411, and every Ii days thereafter
BtiRilngprVI tiny: a. 1\140\ and every Ii (111)1 thereafter '
in I ttLty 3, 1010, and every 14 days thereafter
BasiCornellui hay 4, 1111'1. end every U nays thereafter .
1 April 2\: 1I1l0. and every Ii days thereafter ...

HE IT FUimitB IICSOLVED lie (11- moat convenient for the owner.euHtodlan .
That each and every person firm or or person In charge of inch
corporation who li now or may here rattle, mules, horaei, asses or other;,
f after bo the owner, cuatodlnn, or per iinlinalK, and upon tho date ipeclfled,, !
I son In charge, of any cattle milieu, for official rattle dipping at inch We are extremely proud and keeping with the quality dependability -
hore. .. aane or other animate which Mitt respectively, and to dip. or reuse:
are or may be subject to Infeitatlon to be dipped, all mirh .cattle mules
with rattle fever ticks (MarearopuaAnniiTatun horsea, noses or other anlmala, each happy to announce our association and good reputation of
). and which are now or and every fourteen (14) dnvi thereafter j:
may hereafter be within the above until inch times ai the Live
described county be and they are Stork Sanitary Hoard of Florida shall'i' with two of the greatest Dodge and Plymouth products.
hereby required to dip all inch cuttle dlKcontlmie dipping In laid county.
milieu horses, sere, or other animate nOM and ordered by tbe Board atTnmpa. I
in the automotive industry We invite to
within fourteen ((14) days from and this the 4th day of names cordially you
after the flmt dipping date or (dotes March'lID\dln.
1 ai nliovn scheduled. that I I" to say: STATE LIVE RTOrK SANITARY DODGE and PLYMOUTH. visit our headquarters soon. We want to "get
within fourteen days from the 22nd BOVni) OP FLORIDA. t
day of April A, D, lIMfl, at one or, T. P. Wllhanki, Vice Chairman
more of the offlelnl clipping vats dccrlliecl -. ATTEST: V Innp.ef'r..tary. It is our purpose to render a service to present acquainted" with you-have you see our facil
In the above nchertnlo, ai Hhall State Veterinarian I

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- --- ---- and future owners of Dodge and Plymouth ities-meet our personnel-and come to regard

GLADES FARMS, INC. Motor Cars, and Dodge Job-Rated Trucks in us as your automotive headquarters!


You'll like ourFRIENDLY
Set Then Gnat

OFFERS FOR SALE __ New Cars and I
:::"'. Tricks Soon! ,


6149 Acres 12 Tracts Asa SERVICE, /

Located in Martin County, Florida, along the shoreof 'l MOUT" # I '

Lake Okeechobee, and Highway 194 ,

You'll always get good service work in our shop
C- 12 adjoining tracts of 175 to 800 acres each of rich It will be the work of experienced men who take

II : Muck and Sandy Loam land. Ample road front ge. our Now showrooms on display in be pride fair in and doing reasonable.a job right. And the cost' will, always

Come in . see t .I"
them . and place You will be sure, too, of always I getting( reliable,
I Adapted to production of Winter Vegetable, Sugar Cane and Grksaea. 1 your order now factory-engineered Dodge and Plymouth parts We
Approximately 4,600 acres very rick Muck land, 3 to 8 feet deep:/ 1,000 to insure earliest can keep your car or truck running better and
acres Semi-Muck, Black Sandy Soil and 650 acres Sandy Loam. t possible delivery longer. Yes-we believe it will pay you to let ui
Tract fenced and croee-fenced and drained by rim canal and dyke DODGI + be your "automotive headquarters"!

1700 acre have luxuriant growth of Giant Bermuda and native grasses. IAUCIIS

1 tract conslit of Dairy Ult Including dairy barn, milk houses, and f.V
residence quarters. I i.,., .

Sealed bids on approved bid forms for one or more tracts or entire acreage I RAY HUX, Prop.

will be received by Frank W. Williamson Manager Glades Farms, I

Inc, Okeechobee Florida, until 2:00 P. M. EST Tuesday ,April SO, 1046, PHONE 92 OKEECHOBEE, FLA. Night Phone 92 or 133

and then publicly\ opened. For bid forms and other Information contact
Y s .a r
Mr. {Vllllameon.i I
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NEW EQUIPMENT It on the way. a $
4 f i re4ltennAlflFR After unavoidable delays In manu I e" STOP EXPRESS service will be added a.

v1-t: a 7 I' '-ye 4 facture, delivery hat been promised at an , at an early date. All seats reserved. Free pil
early date. These new super-buses Incorporate lows. Steward service And other luxury features

.d many advanced features that promise a will be provided to make your journey one of
'' + v new conception of luxury and safety In high uninterrupted comfort and pleasure.

w way travel

"i GER STATIONS well beyond the Ie top priority, and will be provided along

blueprint stage. They will be pushed to com* all Greyhound routes A rest stop at attractive

|11| pletion |lust as rapidly as materials and labor NNa ,r' Wayside Inns, where delicious meals and light
' become available. Passenger comfort and r refreshments can be had quickly and courte
pleasure has been foremost In designing new S ' ously-at modest prices
D Greyhound stations.
> A flag \

liii e nstai tl1 at ti 3 "

Gteyb0u4atog new vet bG44'a ;, e NEW AND BETTER SCHEDULES : tft. MODERN COMMUNICATIONS. Two-

f a desigfl bWay attitn are being put Into effect with arrival \.\\i.I way radio between buses and stations
's1 yout bt as b 4 4 r sa 4 of new equipment and the return of many of '"'\. now being Installed on many Greyhound lines.

Not Ott\1 ycoles oaka to our veteran personnel from the armed serve Teletype (TWX) service Is being now used at

.. cad sat bytooatov 'codsT, ices. Fast, frequent schedules will assure your many division points for greater efficiency In
ctsts't atonal q community one of America finest transportation rt r II dispatching of buses and expediting of passengers

,na se tccty a asys services. to points of destination.

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