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: July 5, 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 )
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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 32 Number 7 Okeechobee, Florida Friday, July 5. '1946 Price Five Cents

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Transact BusinessIn e Arrived this Week
A number of the members of the 170 years-years of war and years of A large number of local Odd Fellows

Okeechobee Lodge of Odd Fellows will make the trip to Fort
peace-this Declaration has been
Regular Session attended the meeting of the Stuart maintained : steadfastly Pierce Monday night where they Prepare for School

Lodge Tuesday night when that will attend the Grand Encampmentand

lodge held Its' annual Installation of "When, in the course of human events, it installation of officers which

Th BOB"' of runty ConmlsioiKis officers. becomes necessary for one people to dissolve I takes place there that night Prof Joel Nalley\ who will be the I

of Okiechobee County, Florida Those from here attending were the political bonds which have connected them All ]local members who expect to I supervising* principal of Okeechobee I

met in adjourned session on R. E. Hamrick, J. F. Bond, Barney with another make the trip are asked to be on High School during the next term

June IT. 1946 at 10:00 A. M. I Blum, and :Mr. and Mrs C. Clay and I and to assume among the powersof hand at Nix's Service Station at arrived In Okeechobee Monday and

Present were: Commissioners C. I Mr and Mrs J. E Cone. the earth, the separate and equal station to I 6:30: p. m, Immediately started preparations for

E, Drawdy Chairman; F. M. Mobley, I I -- ---- which the laws of nature and of nature's God e the opening of school In September

K. C, Swain, and W. F. Walker; 'I' entitle them, a decent respect to the opinions of Mrs Nally and little daughter will ",

and County Clerk Attorney Mabel T P., Raulerson.W. Conely, Jr"l|I[ American Legion mankind ,requires that they should declare the Ii Willa Tomlinson-- arrive housing as soon arrangements.as he can make. suitable

t'pon motion by Commissioner i and Will causes which impel them to the separation. Jas. R. Minehan Prof. Nally\ comes to Okeechobeo
: Rotary I
Mohlcv, duly seconded by CoromUs ; "We hold these truths to be self-evident : very highly recommended, having

,nm'r Swnln, the following resolu- that all men are created equal, that they are endowed been principal of the high schoolat

t lion was adopted Make Safety ZoneAt i by their Creator with certain inalienable Married Saturday Stuart four years before going

Resolution j rights, that among these rights are life liberty to White Springs and then to Bun-
I ,
Whereas It has been made knownto i nell where he
; ; was principal
the Board that the Board of the meeting of the Rotary, and the pursuit of happiness ; that to secure Miss Willa Tomlinson became the j) school term

of Glades Club lust week a committee composed these rights instituted bride of Mr. Ja.nes R. Minehan, Jr,i
( ounty Commissioners : governments are among j He and County Superintendent of
of W J. Hendry, J. C Cone In a ceremony performed at the
i ounty adopted a resolution June S, men, deriving their just powers from the consent Schools Carl Durrance, have already -
and Z. K. Williams, was appointed I home of her parents on Parrott I I
1910, whereby the State Road No. i of tne governed. started to work on the all-
to make the necessury arrangements I I Avenue lat Saturday afternoon. I
:2'! from Lakeport to the Klssimmee | important jobs of getting teachers
for placing a safety zone ot the | "We, therefore, the representatives of the Rev. C. H. Eiland, pastor of the I'
River was No. 1 preference and) that I for the
coming term,
tin commissioners of Glades Count bathing beach on Lake Okeechobee I United States of America, in General Congress First Baptist Church, performed the1 I I several and have more
where Taylor's Creek empties Into : assembled the of ceremony In the presence of the
appealing to
Supreme Judge
desire that said Road be constructed that will be signed. ...
J I IState the lake. The American Legion atj I Immediate families of the couple!
as soon as possible by the the world for the rectitude of our intentions, do, | In discussing the teacher problem
the week also and few intimate friends.
reeling same appointed a !i
Road Department; that all\ a composed of in the name and by the authority of the people The bride Prof. Nally stated that there was
committee ,
I a wore an aqua crepe I
'months applicable to Glades County Carl Hoffman, Johnnie Llghteey, ,of these Colonies, solemnly publish and declare street dress with white accessories i) still a shortage of teachers all over

the Roads construction be placed and of said allocated Road 29 to I' Kel Hood, Jr., Alto Watford, Jr.,:;' : that these united Colonies are, and of Her corsage was of gardenias. Mill! this the state school but would that be he able was to sure fill that all

Garrett Swindal, Russell Domer and Sarah Minehan, maid of honor I
right ought to be free and States
and that such construction be com independent ; teacher places with capable teachers

pleted as soon as possible, Jerald Leathernmn was appointedto I' that they are absolved from all allegiance to the chose a yellow. silk dress with white +I before school opens.
handle the same job. aeeessoelas Her tamnffa was..__ flf__ I
Whereas this Board believes it Is British Crown and that all connection
Representative Hendry aclled the political pink rosebuds. Earl Pickering of
to the best Interest of the citizensof I FELTON LEGGE HOME I
United States Engineers Office atl between them and the State of .Great Britian is Pahokee, a friend of the family, was FROM
for said roadto
be Okeechobee completed County and that it will be Clewiston and received permission ) and ought to be totally dissolved ; and that, as best man. I IN PACIFIC OKEECHOBEE WAR SPENT YESTERDAY

of great benefit to the entire State from them to place whatever posts free and independent States, they have the full Following the ceremony a reception i I
fence that be needed In the was held at the home of thebrlde'l Felton
or may Legge, long resident of
of Florida power to levy war, conclude peace, contract alliances -
Clewiston office also parents, after which the
water. The Okeechobee but who has mad his
Now therefore, be It resolved that I
establish and do all other acts
to build a bath couple left for a honeymoon that Is
granted permission home with his mother at West
the State Road Department be, andIt
Is, hereby requested to give due house if and when the committee and things which independent States may of being spent on the Eost Coast. Palm Beach for the past ten years,

consideration to the request of the thought It necessary. f right do. And for the support of this Declara- The bride Is the daughter of Mr.I was a visitor spending yesterday in

County Commissioners of Glades i These two committees held a joint tion, with a firm reliance on the protection of and Mrs Roy Tomlinson and grad Okeechobee visiting frliends.

County and that State Road No. 29 meeting later and worked out the| Divine Providence, we mutually pledge to each uated from Okeechobee High School. He was In the Navy and aboarda

r details for the new safety zone Mr. Minehan Is the only son of in 'the Pacific
be completed as soon as possible other lives fortunes and sacred
that our our our Mr. and Mrs. J. R, Minehan, Sr.,
Including the repair of that part of will be the war. He received his discharge
,, honor. and graduated from the Okeechobee
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said road extending from ------- --- -- returned to West Palm Beachin
Kllllm.j and they believe that It will be of High School. He recently returned March.
16 mee liver to Parrott
best Interest to,the County to purchase I here after spending many months Before moving to West Palm 1
Oka.ehob.. County, Florida, ( REV. C. H. EILAND 13 NEWPRESIDENT ,; f
Be It further resolved, that copies' as soon as possttrte. FD1C In Need of 1 with the Seabees In the Pacific. Beach Felton ws/s employed by the
Out of town guests were the
of this Resolution be forwerded to I Upon motion by Commissioner Okeechobee News. He is at present
Walker, duly seconded by Commls-) ROTARY CLUB bride's sisters Mrs. W. D. Larrl-] '
Honorable W. J. Hendry, CountyRepresentative Examiners for employed by the Palm Beach Post-
I In-1 i of Pahokee and Mrs. W. B.;
sinner Chapman, the Clerk was more
County I I Times.
of Okeechobee -
Rev. C. H. Eiland, pastor of the '
of Tallahassee, and Earl .
advertise for two weeks Connerly
Board of County Sommlssioners structed to First Baptist Church of Okeechebee, /
,IOf Glades Count; and to the State for the purchase' of the lumber of I Work in Florida has been elected president of the I' Pickering of Pahokee. I MRS. PAULINE TAYLOR AND
Minehan will make \
Mr. and Mrs.
Road Department of the State of the sizes and diameter recommended Rotary Club for the 194647. HOWARD BARRETT WERE
I I year their home In Okeechobee. .1
the Committee, said bids to be I
Florida. by Other officers elected to serve with MARRIED SUNDAY AFTERNOON .
received and opened on Monday, I Atlanta Ga. July I. Opportunities -
Pnosed and adopted this June 17, him A W Davis vice I !
are: president
A D 1948.Upon s July tat, 1946.I I|i exist for employment as bank and C R. Boyles, ROD CHANDLER TAKES LEAD Mrs Pauline Taylor and Mr. Howard

Commissioner I The following vouchers were approved exan::iners with Federal Deposit Insurance secretary I\ FISH CONTESTRod I Barrett were married in a cere-
motion by
and treasurer, and these with S. H.McDougald .
Commlsion.r and ordered paid: Corporation, W. Clyde Roberts mony that was performed at the
Mobley, duly seconded by I H. H. Raulerson, S, R.
forged to the front
General Fund I Supervising Examiner for the i Chandler!, First Baptist Church here Sunday
Drawdy' the following reso-
Raifsnider, and W. D. Coker, compose this week the contest
in fishing now
nkecchobe'e Builders! Supply, I Fifth Federal 'Deposit Insurance : afternoon at three o'clock. Rev. C.
ution I was adopted:
Resolution j!I lumber for hospital . . .$275.00 District, announced today Mr. Rob- the board of directors for the being held at Padgett's Service Sta E, Eiland performed the ceremony.

Whereas, by authority vested In T W. Conely, Jr, Legal I erts said that in his District, which i coming year. tion when he brought in'a bass that They left here after the ceremonyfor
H II. Raulerson,
Commissioners Services to County , . 740.00 comprises Alabama] Florida, retiring president weighed 8'/4 pounds. Alfred Albrit- Jacksonville where they will
the Board of County ; I Geor-I' has served as president of the I
( ton: was leading with an eight
gia and Mississippi, there make their future home.
Florida, Race Track Fund
of Okeechobee County un-J: I number of vacancies for "trainee" club since It was, organized.W. pounder until this week when Rod I
der the provisions of Chapter 155, General I Fund, Transfer % I II I
, Assistant Bank Examiners which he brought in his catch early In the Mrs. F. E. Dasher
of Lakeland
Florida Statute, 1941, this Board |j from Hospital Fund ,62000.001 I II T. SMITH ENTERTAINED arrived
has determined it Is to the best In.i i There being no further businessthe hopes soon to fill. week. I in Okeechobee Wednesday and

tereits of the citizens of said Count I Board adjourned. j The positions carry an annual sal- i i WITH BARBECUE ON There are now over three hundred Is spending several days here with

that a hospital be obtained and I ary of $2,64480. Only residents of I I HIS BIRTHDAYW. persons registered in the fishing her sister, Mrs J. C. Platt.

Whereas, this Board desires to'']' The Board of County Commissioners -I( the States within the District are tourney which closes August first

obtain Information as to the size of Okeechobee County met In eligible to apply. I T. Smith (colored) entertained with the person who brings In the Mrs. R. H. Singletary left last

and cost of the construction of a regular session on Monday, July 1,I Those selected for I about seventy-five friends at a bar largest bass receiving the prize week for Alabama where she Is
apPolntmllnt.1 becue on his 77th birthday June 17
hospital suitable to meet the needs 1946, at 10 o'clock A. M. will serve as trainees which Is a lifetime fishing reel. spending three weeks visiting relatives .
I then will be given at his home on the W. J. Hendry There Is still a month to before
of said county and I I I Present were Commissioners C. E. period. They opportunity 'I go and friends.

Whereas! certain citizens of said Drawdy, Chairman; F. M. Mobley, to qualify for permanent place on Parrott Avenue. He served the contest ends and everyone still

County have offered their services, ,0. J. Chapman B. C. Swain and W. appointment as Assistant Bank Examiners -i'I I barbecued pork, salad bread and las a chance to win the prize.
coffee during the noon hour Mrs J. B. Ott of Unlontown, Pa.,
Commissioners Walker and Cerk Mabel P. Rau- Ample provision Is made
without charge, to the County F ;
1 arrived here this week, having been
I j, lerson, County Attorney T. W. after permanent appointment for Practically all of the .Quests were Mr. and !Mrs J. L. Barber receivedthe t
called here of the Illness
I on account "
whites with few colored
only a
Sheriff N. 0. Stewart. regular salary Increases and for peo- information this week that their
Now therefore, be It resolved that Conely, Jr.; ;!' of her brother L. P. Mercer
plo attending.
S H. McDougals! Vice-President of A petition for restitution of lands promotion to higher grades. son, Frank, underwent an emergency _
1 i His birthday celebration is an an-
Okeechobee County Bank Nathan under the provisions of House Bill Applicants must have at least operation for appendictls early this

Zelmenovitt, Alto Watford and W. r-;'o. 458 of 1945 was filed by H.Boreo .i three years full-time paid experience | nual. affair each year. week at Lincoln Neb I Miss Joyce Mercer of West Palm '

In bank br bank supervisory Beach spent the past week end in
Allan Markham are hereby designated on the following described a
by this board as a Committee (,>' property: SWh of SEV, Sec 27,I or may substitute up to four I'I'nlli'ency Miss Jo Parrish has returned to Permel Hargraves arrived in Okee Okeechobee with her mother, Mrs.
level her home here after spending two chobee last week from his home in L. P. Mercer
to obtain all Information necessary Twp. 33, Rge. 35, 40 acres, and upon years training at college in I

to determine the cost of a hospital, motion by Commissioner Swain,( accountancy banking, finance, or weeks visiting friends at West Greenwood, MI..., and is spendingtwo _-
locate !,I, seconded Commissioner business administration for two I Beach. weeks here with his parents,
quipping same and to neces- ; duly by Mrs. L. P. Mercer was called home

nary material for the constructionof I I' Walker, the above application was I years of the required practical ex Mr. and Mrs. W. B. H rgraves. last week from Gainesville on account
Dr. C. R. Bibb left last Saturday
and to their by the following vote: perience. The minimum age for applicants
a hospital report approved A letter received here this week of the serious Illness of her
'' morning for Birmingham, Alabama,
findings to this Board as soon as Yeas, Drawdy, Swain, Walker, Chapman Is twenty-one I husband, L. P. Mercer. She is attending
I I' where he Is spending several weeks from 0 J. Price at Detroit, Mich.,.
possible j and Mobley Men who are interested in thla visiting friends and relatives. states that he has left the Henry I summer school at the University I.

Passed and adopted In Adjournedsession j I I The report of the County Welfare sort of work and who meet the min. Ford Hospital there after a very I;' of Florida.Mr. .

this 17th day of June A. D'I,, Board for the month of June, 1946, imum qualifications for appointment ,
Mrs B. K. Padgett returned to operation and expects to
1946. : was presented and ordered filed in are urged to apply for further
her home here Sunday from Tampa arrive home some time soon. and Mrs. R. B. Meserve were
I details at the office of Mr. Roberts, :
The Committee appointed appeared the office of the Clerk of the Cir
where she spent last week In the visitors spending the past week end
before the Board of County Com cult Court. 625 First National Bank Building Mr. and Mrs S. H. McDougald
Tampa Municipal Hospital.W. in St. Augustine where they visited
missioners and suggested that they The Semi-Annual Report of Receipts Atlanta 3, Georgia 'were visitors spending the day friends and relatives and attendedto

proceed to purchase material to be Expenses and Net Income Tuesday at Oveda where they wentto
B. Hargraves has returned to business
used in the construction of the hos from the County Judge, T. W, Cone Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Cheshire left attend the opening of the new
his home here from General
pital and that approximately ten ly Jr., and from the Sheriff, -N. 0. Monday for Palatka where they will Orange Citizens Bank which opened for I

thousand feet of lumber Is available (Continued on Page 8) make their future home. Hospital at Orlando where he business In that city. Advertise in The News
I went for medical treatment. 1

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Laundry Baskets 'Roofing COMPANY

Kettles Asstd. Pots & Pans Magazine Racks Kitchen Stools Cigar Stands Ash Trays Tool Boxes Vegetable Bins Fruit Jars



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,: :: i CommissionersContinued County Warrant signed; by Connie General Fund '

(( 1.1'tus i Brother County \V. Raulcrson ns Deputy Clerk beneath Inter County Telephone &:
Look In the Mirror ( -from Page 1)
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;'{ the name of Mrs. Mabel P. Tele? services Co. Judge $ 18 30 >
Stewart, were presented and ordered I'' !1
Friday II tte Raulerson, Clerk County Officers Payroll,
I' Published Every T I
filed In the office of the Clerk of
Okeechobee New Co., at. Ot.eck.r .- The following vouchers were salaries, June . . . . 991.60
Okeechobee County, Florida thi Circuit Court
I proved and ordered paid when ap-I Rondo Alderman, tax ,col- ,
BRYANT_BOWDEN! ,. ..:: Editor I Ifs h, foi'nty dee were approved for I I are available: I Continued on Page 3) 'f

fftrrfA M ..nnnA slag m..n.f July' t i; the following: L E. White Charles .--- .-. ... ,. -- .--. . --'.---' -- - ,
1. m*. ai me Full mice IDV.esaabe. ,I I. Lefovre, I. N MeMulUn: Bennett)I
*, _Fla? under Aet of Mar. 8, Itm Anderson, J, L. Rhyme, Vernon M '
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One Year In advance . ' ....ft,09 ,I I THAT 7H' WAR'S 'rHE SALTING ar Robert LaMnrtln, Tax Assessor, I
Six Months In advance ... ..., 1.00 ,
Three Month In advance .... ..75Hearttnir WASHED UP ? WAS 000D met with the Board and the Board
consented to act as a Board of Staney's
notion In local column Id I
Equalization, whereupon the 1946 '
corns a line Hatra for dliplay adr rrising1
furnlshe' on application CI.tI.d .... Tax Roll wai presented and after
\ vending( 2 centa each weriiwr
Inaortlon All Herat regarding en i iterprlee. r' having reviewed same, and there
conducted for profit an having been one complaint from R'j I
Chargeable_ _it_ advertising ratee:. E Hamrlck, which the Board rejected RADIO AND APPLIANCE

.... I II 1 J. i' FE$ / thereupon, by motion of I
+ Commissioner Swain, seconded by
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GILBERTTHEATRE I : Commissioner Chapman, the assess

NMESAhe ments as let out by the Tax Assessor I i

were approved. The proof of

''.'.==.','.-&=:=0'00:".'.=="....==...0".'. ==,' I \ publication was presented by the WORK GUARANTEED 90 DAYS
of \.t Okeechobee News. I I .

Upon motion by Commissioner \
and 1'i
Sunday Monday
ai D I
i u9 o Swain, duly seconded by Commissioner
July 7 & 8 I i Our REGULARLY PukeHAStD oR i1.LA0. ' 'k, \ t 1 Mobley, It was moved that I New Radios Available Now

I the tax roll.be returned to the Tax .
"TilE LOST WEEKEND" Assessor for completion Electric and Battery

Starring Upon motion by Commissioner

RAY MILLAND I Mobley, duly aeoonded by Commissioner LOCATED IN

The Okeechobee County
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Friday and SaturdayJuly The QufskestVay i delay our uppromh to God, in- I II
12 & 13 I I I unite\ I Love, . I II
| Not what material sense sees, OF CONDITION
BEIIE OF TilE YUkON" AI.TIIOUt I l, IH we learn in but what spiritual sense knows is I II
fi gionutr)'. " 'night line isI I the determining lector in the solution
StarringRANDOLPH I he shortest ilistince between o of a problem A beautiful as of June 29 1946
two points, have \\I.' not all nt illustration of this is found in 11 ,
SCOTT times found true the old adage Kings where it is related that
GYPSY ROSE LEE tint "the longest way round is the I EIi"IIII'S servant discovered that
shortestu> home"? The old he and his master were surrounded RESOURCES ,

also man fairy who Inks wins In which the piiniess the young and the capture by an of enemy the prophet army intenton and I Loans and Discounts -- __ ___ ___mmn.1$ 198,948.37

FOLLO\\ THAT WOM: .VN" half the kingdom, is always the I said. to Llisha: 'AKis, mv musterl I II I Banking House, Furniture and Fixtures _m_ ___h___ u_ 8,600.00
one wllo.htuppc.l to help the fairy how shall we do?" Elisha answered
I Overdrafts
withWILLIAM __ _
godmother in disguise. are not so "I car not: for they that m -- unhu.hhnm.
: GARGAN utterly unrelated to fact as might I I>e with us ere more than they : U. S. Government Obligations$687,578.13

plusCartoon l>i I'cilupse supposed) have stopped in the I that prayed be that with his them servant's Then eyes; he Other marketable Bonds ___ u__ __n ___ 124,000.00Cash

& Newt nil,lit of iniiin duties to help some.. I infill be opened to see the spiritual and due from Banks >__ mmn"._ 286,196.38 1,097,774.51TOTAL
one with a word, of encouragement reality And immediately theo
and line been enriched I -
young; man was able to see that
with fresh inspiriilion for our own "the mountain was full of horses h ___ _m_ .-_hmm_-_ nUm.,_ _. __ $1,305,322.88
ComingAttractions work Or maybe \\e have gone and Illinois of lire round about
out of our way to give a troubled Ihshi" The outcome was the
neighbor n helping hand, mil I hue peaceful departure of their en- LIABILITIES

found our own burdens lightened I{ nuns Viith no hurt to anyone. Capital u__ u.nuu.u.n___.__.__.___. $ 25,000.00
"IT'S \ l'I.E.ISUItE""F.IILEN Is not our menial attitude the wont j : based
.tGEL""BLUE Important fit lor in achie\ing tin MUhis: his fearlessness perception of was spiritual Surplus > __ u.____._.--._. ___-_nnUnnnn.nnn_n. 37,000.00
I upon|
DVHLU''UOVD I objective? 'I reality, his understanding of God's Undivided Profits ___.._..____...._..._::__.._.._____...___.. mmm 1,726.58
Sooner or Inter we till I11U\t' '
TO UTOI'I."A .\" learn that the loving wi\ is the could presence" I rennin and power.undisturbed, Therefore nt the he Deposits ___ --_--._mn...-____.......__ ___--_--_______-___--- mh 1,241,596.30
m THEN THERE WERE I quickest wu>. lii' illirmiev
usque threat of dinner, and he could

I I to never n s lItl..f\prnvitl's 11111 a solution genuine! of short human cut take time of to his pray servant.for the lie enlightenment even .TOTAL ____ n m._____ _=_ ... ._.__h ___._ _.__ _,hh. __$1,305,322.88 s 41" ; t

NONE"i u".irs. /Lung iign Christ Jesus fed his enemies and sent them
i taught the most illcilive t safely on their way to their own
elure for living lie was I
". LOST 52 Lbs.! tory in his leluke of evil PIol.e-j country.:Mary Baker Eddy writes in Okeechobee County Bank
e\er he found it, but this *
WEAR and Introspection"
SIZE 14 AGAIN" 'I "Retrospection
MRI. C. D. WILLI PT. WORTH was directed! at pirsonnl error, of
(p. 93)), "The best spiritual type OFFICERSC.
You mar low A.po Picture n It and H have">a His dealings with nun \\tienlvas Christly method for uplifting human . H. McNULTY, President S. McDOLGALD: Vice,President
man alencter, No drum Bruce/ill No hi aro.. .NotzFrdn .. :' enmpalssinnatl. thought and imparting divine I N RAY CARROLL, Vice.Prei. R. G DYNES, Cashier
undeistiin I of God
Eat meat, potaum Complete mg stillness
grew butter Truth, Is stationaiy power, DIRECTORS
Tbaeaperrareof tot m. Well und of with I Hun, is I
may in in s iiuness
W mn hot be diRcronl then voun, and strength; and when this N. RAY CARROLL C H McNULTY E. M MESERVE
b1t Csnd whY+ rh.f nut try Long Ih..t AYD9 rh.e.dv Vlt.mla:: our rightful gold In such. uuderstanding spiritual ideal is made our own, I W ALLEN MARKHAM, Jr S, H. McDOUGALD JOHN ROE, Sr
alone I II Ii
are found healing it becomes the model for human J. 0. PEARCE
diNcel It.a tonducmd
:.nod RI doctor. moro then lef( a of I'klle.I'l'Il'lI'I'! lion tear When consciousness is
perwn, lu/ 1to la freedom from. and the solution I I
e::wletath. sin '
anr.gl. AYUS In aew Yltamla, weel c.r; of every lillicultx IJu; win I poised in the "power Truth stillness, l ___ _--.a.<. ..:ano.;.......... ...,
a.ducl.q PI.D and strength" of divine no .
to dod is Ciodlike; in every instance I ------- ---- -- -- -- - -
thi' Ardi Plan 0- m/ loving service or kindly act can
:.tha remtlnber
meals, starches, potatoM, ICe need tll that I retard cluck our progress, but
Mstsorbutur 'youttroply: them right nitmU. tin iij.li, it or
oowa. It almpU I and easier when right thought, every helpful
enjoy' del. clou* vltaro a forti tedious to human sense, j is willout I every
E' AVDSbcforatacbmeal Aba word, every kindly deed .
ly harmlria 30 dava aupply of the guidance of dod. dmne Pnn
A/da only II not deli, ahled with ,e.ullti speed us on our way with blessmultiplil'd -
LICK ciplc; that no honest t IKhie\cinent, RA
and happiness
& though it seem millions. cm deprivc togs
enhanced -7)) ChrMtan Sdence \ lIOTe ,
us of the length( of dod,
Tear out thU ;\dv an a reminder. omnipotent truth: and that no Monitor !i \

loving service, though it may seem I \ .. .t
I a detour in the day's activities, can I Advertise In The News I SUMMER

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I Spare Stamp No 9, good for I 5 Ibs KEEP TURNING IN USED PATS I
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MALARIA ? year mat dtatir, Ctnscuntfeat / HOMER HARDESTY, Co-Mgr. PHONE 1800P. ,I
salvage means mart soap for yon

!Mod MpMaMdl br and more edible fall and,,71',. O. BOX 747 DAYTONA BEACH, FLORIDAr'
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lector commission Jung . 125.00

Robert LaVartln, tax assessor I
commission, June . 125.00 l,
County Welfare Board, I '
relief allowance, Juno . . 85000/ 0t0r000ofOkeochohoc '
Withholding Tax Fund,
VETERINARY J 1; v, taxes withheld, June ,'. 13.40 I
V Payroll hospital. work . 2750 .
soUI DFEEOIN43 Mabel P. Raulerson, I|
? recording deeds . .. . .. 1095
Fenole Chemical 'Co,

ROTATION i I supplies court house .. . 2175 I : .

K Payroll, cemetery work ., 7525
N O Stewart, attending ,
CCNTROL' : county commissioners June 6.00 I
R. E. Willis,

surveying cemetery . " 7000
i, The Okeechobee County Bank I Prices on merchandise in'

assignment , . . .. 4750
4f N Photostat Corporation

I Photostat supplies , . 77.48I our stores will remain the
I H & W. B. Drew Co

bI7I I supplies Co, officials June 29.63
Intercounty Tel & Tel, same.

clerk's office . . . . .. 5.80
Fla: Power & Light Co.
elec. C. house & jail June 14.80
Road and Bridge Fond

Payroll, labor Dist. 1, 3 & 4 $ 85.25 We will see that our customers' .
Payroll, labor Dist, 1 . . . 15175
Payroll labor Diet 4 . . 79.00
Payroll labor Dlst '5 .. .. . 10700Swain's interests are pro-

ana coucroPRIPAREO fuel Dist Service 1 .Station. . . . . ... :344 .-
Knights Service' Station tected at all times.

aonQ3v fuel Dist 3 and 4 . . .. . 12.76 I
U" Boree Lumber Co, I

AMERICAN FOUNDATION FOR BY ANIMAL HEALTH lumber Dist 1 . . .. .. ,. 18208

RABIES INCREASING, tile 10,000 mark, In some localities.. Domers Machine. .Shop. Fair for all is
CONTROLS wild foxes and other animals have fixing pump .. . .. . 300 prices our
NEEDED contracted the disease, and have S. C. Paige.
Although many do not realize It, roamed the countryside spreading fuel Dist 1 and 4 .. .. ,. . 1665
one of the most dreaded diseases it Horses, ,
cows pigs and other
kl.own to man rabies-Is st-adlly livestock have become victims of Bonnie Supply Shop, I policy
ribies, along with countless humanb labor Dist 1 . . .. .. . 4.70 II I
< Ings Withholding Tax Fund,

The average person may well taxes withheld, June . . 2.00
: QOOOCASES&l ask-"What can we do about it?" Fine & Forfeiture Fund II
; Perhaps the best answer It provided 0. Stewart,
in a recent report of the U.S.I I j!iN.
Livestock Sanitary association i I sheriff cost bills, June 270.11T.
which emphasizes the alarming W. Conely Jr., .
The increase report of rabies cites the in certain fact that areas effective " I I docket fees, June . . . 70.00 I! THE FAIR STORE

S-s KK control in aggressive programs Mabel P. Raulerson,
has centered on large scale I j|i clerk cost bills, June . 171.70
vaccination of dogs. The reasons
Mary Schulman,
for recommending this control I|I
Include these facts: conviction fees, June . . 145.00

Dogs are still the chief spreaders 'I Agriculture Fund I
of rabies. In communities where ,((; C. R. Bojles] salary and ,
561 CASES :all dogs have been vaccinated, expense county agent, Jun $12o.00 ,, RAULERSUN'SOur
rabies has been virtually wiped I
Race Track Fund
4 out. The quality of rabies vaccine
has been so improved in recent 1 I Road & Bridge Fund I

years that It is extremely depend. I I j Ie transfer . . . . . . . $2000.00
able, thus removing the objection j General Fund transfer . . 2,000.00
lormerly voiced by persons who I I . .
: ru were opposed to antl rabies vac. I Iclnatlon ---: -;- - f' I I'NOTICE
" 1 1 f 419ASESpl With such a vaccination
program authorities recommend I J
T that all stray dogs be Impounded, I I I Notice Is hereby given that there''.'_. .... .... ...a ... ...a.... ,. ...a
and that dogs being shipped from i!J: will be a meeting of the Game and .. - )/W tlbes:: furies III in" one aria to another be required I I Fresh Water Fish Commission held j I' "
to have: a rabies-Immune certlfl. i :
on tile increase In this country. The cat. at thp Marlon Hotel, Ocnln, FloeIda ] '
latest available figures show that I Tire: saving of the life of a single I Thursday July 11, 1946, at
It IOU for the first time, cases of cHld, l It pointed out' would beworth 10 A. M.This .
rablm" in animals] and man passed lllS or these ,
precautions meeting Is called for the ;"
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HOW FARMERS CAN provement. j I purpose of setting hunting rules Policy On
STAMP OUT MASTITIS Yet most any farmer can assist ': and Regulations] for the 1946.47
ill bringing this disease under control hunting season The Commslsloni o'f
In one state, recently, authorities and add greatly to his milk .
will be glad to hear from
estimated that farmers were losing production and profits, If he will i any Interested
$75000000: per year due to the take a few simple steps and follow persons or to receive I
udder disease! mastitis. Uera: Back i OPA
In ai: ler systematically of these recommendations from any Individual
control measures Is the fact that I group of individuals or clubs I
there are TWO major causes of
... 1 mastitis. One cause is bacteria | I. N KENNEDY, Director .f
". which enter the teat canal and Game and Fresh Water Fish
.: I ruin the udder. The other Ik udder CommissionCLASSIFIED.
injuries due to accidents or wrong i

+. milking Udder methods.injuries can be preventedby ( We will that receive .
giving cows stalls wide enoughand I J JL see you
long enough tc prevent pinching ADSFOR

$4 . clean getting the floors up.udder Also are when, good very lying bedding Important.down and or _. .,. .y. Vyyyyyy'H. . . . .'. .". . ] your dollar value on everything

The germ form of mastitis U SALEFOR
usually spread from one cow to you purchase from us.
arother, In milking Therefore, for i
cortrol, the first step is to have a ]
veterinarian check over the herd, SALE Electro Lux Refrigerator
locate the cows which have mastitis in good conditIon. With or
'+a -' and place them at the end without tank Rual Nix, 6 i We will see that prices
of the milking line. Then, when ]
cows are dry, proper treatment by
the "udder Infusion" method can
save most of them from irreparable WANTEDFINE marked at present levels or
A \eterinirlan Injecting antlmantltta damage, if tho infection has
drug Into the udder not progressed too far. But just ]:
one checkup Is not enough. The RAWLEIGII even lower where possible.
state, survey showed that 23 to cows should be rechecked at Intervals BUSINESS ,
79 percent of thg herds in that to set that the disease ha AVAILABLE In Okeechobee County '
state were infected with mastitis not crept in again A control pro- I Products sold 20 years 1500 I ], .
Reports from all parts of the gram will pay real dividends to
In fact, to indicate USl"fulne.s families Nearby Dealer Alvin Graff
juntry seem the farmer In longer Your interest is interest.
that this problem Is now quite from his c-svs. c r,1 In 11rp.er.I1 making sales of $150 end moro c: our
-general- .. and Is showing no 1m- production, v' r' T yearOUR many weeks Business very good. 1
for full paticulars write today
RBwlelgh's I I Dept FAG.179.227., C&,
Memphis. Tenn. 7.3t i We repeat our pledge of faith

OPA 0" r OT / ROUGH Holmes- WASHING, Riverside WANTED.Park on Della 10th I]. to our customers - that we

St, phone 761 6.2tp I ] shall do everything possible to

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i PRICES WILL REMAIN I WANTED Young lady of good ]t keep prices dovn.DURNEYlUll.
character to learn nursing at
AS BEFORE Weems Hospital at Scbflngr, Fla 6 I

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R' (REASONABLE) The United National Insurance .

4. Association, Atlanta, Georgia, wants { CO

; -- ALL WORK GUARANTEED Sales Representative, either male or
i female, in this territory. Experience
not necessary as we will train. Use ,
E "'J'_. local newspaper advertising as well J. E. CONE, Manager
at other advertising helps, and If
necessary will finance to help you
MOTOR CO. I I I get startedhlte only If interested I Phone 115 Okeechobee, Fla.

. I address your reply, In strict
Where Service Is Fact I
a I confidence tot Ray T, Dlampled,
U. S. TIRES PUROIL State Manager, 433 West Church

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( i tetrL::' r ,ehmoib th, oohmtritf ,awdentenditary
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md tory Botinq by brenchu of
bolding Honor All For lanher
Stotts D' 11S.
Y,\ dondord of training, S.porale All Indutire rFlo'rdo Mdilory A cod mt

poinia a ereilabtm. Umitedeh'', pd. kinlmmetioe / yraidrob
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\01'ICE I OF AIT11CTION:" III houi door on the first :Mon GEMS FOR YOUR SCRAPBOOK I NOTICE I Iin Box 9, S6 Pdsnbore. r

: '\ti, onth of August, 1946, 1. I:ITIIOBFH COUNTY; FLORIDA!I .!1 t 1 1I111GICft
FOR TAX DEED Salutatory Adversity June 12, 194601KB ,
which is the 6th day of August. I \ IS HI-KriU GIVES that
Notice Is hereby given that fitter! Mirminnt to !''I..llonI\ of Chatter -..- ---
I '1MB Sweet are the uses of adversity! --- - -- -
J, F/ell and his wife, Pansy Frell Date I this 28th day of June, 1946 Which, 1 lik. the toad, ugly and I "b" IAeathef111.'lltl'IIY' Acts ACT of and 1137 In '!' n7r" '. ,ttM"ffIRR RSCITRHIR>Ci
the holders of the following cortlfl- nnrmtnnp of tlmitiT 2(1(118( Laws of
MABEL P. R\ULERSON, venomous, II"illn. Arts of 11)11 known as the
cat r have filed said certificates fora Seal) Clerk of Circuit Court of Wean yet a precious Jewel In his r\r':T H'F.q KKAINAC.E' DIS
too deed to he Issued theieon Tho I IIIHI All. the following described IN BUYING PROPERTYOR
Okeechobee County, Florida head Shakespeare I 101111. Hi tun toil In \eriilnlfS Drainage
certificate numbers and years of I Is- I"'"1,1..1. In Ofceerholice County Flor
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- I ill will IP otter. for lain nt publicnntrry
su nee, the description of the property Many secrets of religion are not for the highest and heAt rash ,
.o and the names In whIch' It was \\' <1 has been received here that perceived till they be felt, and are ,, I !II. ihjict to the right of the Tms SURE THE TITLE IS CLEAR. HAVE
"sof the Interest
as.cssed are at folows: 'f"i. Rohl.rt.luck! who underwent :I not felt but In the day of a great 0I mil nf the Ilinrl, Improvementil if K.minls-. AN ABSTRACT PREPARED BY
808, of I Isunnee an else operation at Jahns.Hopkins I I .Iollpa of J'"erlf1o.If'1': Prolongs Dla.trlrt
Ceit'flente No .
year calamity Jeremy Taylor to roj.rt Any and) nil bids, at.the
1921Certlflpijte hospital two weeks ago I Is. rapidly I ,,iirtlinuxp hciflmllB nt 1000:
reward It o'rlock A. M on the loth day of Okeechobee Abstract y
imnrov;nn and Is expected to return i Sorrow has Iti never Company
of Issuance
year I July. 1040 As to nil parcels of land I
1927.Certificate I Ito her home here about July 10 I leaves us where It found us Th. | nr ten nrres or more, title to one half I
..f iptrlinm an three-fourths of
the I J. L. BARBER
the gold from Manager
No 646 year of Issuance I furnace separates ; "lor mlnernls I will: he reserved by! j ,
I dross that the precious metal maybe 'raters: of the Internal Improvement I Ie)
1931. I Farad.I I rnspmeit for rued ofsnv >4
PC crption! of property: I graven with the Image of God, _(e) feet wide. will le reserved by I 1l1IgJl..1ll1) Ie ,. :. : . .. :
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1. B<.g. WO ft. S. of NF J ( or o" Mary Baker Eddy "M'h I rnstpes.<->-. .
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The sweetest Joys a can \ r r
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Sec. 22 Twp 37 S, Rge :-J5 E, I -Nixon Waterman I I It .%. ....!... REAL ESTATE AGENT WANTEDActive
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cont 2 acres t r' i I .nts 3 through' IS
2. Beg 250 ft S of NE Cor of The happiest, sweetest, tenderest)I flinch T, Southwest Addition to man or woman to list, ahow and aell Farms and country

N\VV4 of SEU run S 60 ftS homes are not those where there 'OltpcrhobeeT % Interest In lots 1 properties to people our National Advertising brings to you

245 ft. N 60 ft E 245 ft inSao w has been no sorrew, but those ) to of Okcechobeet 12 Inclusive Block 88, City Experience not essential, we train you for the work.

22, Twp 37 S, Rge 35 E which have been overshadowed with % Interest In lots 1
cont. 1 acre. grief, and where Christ's comfort I to 12 Inclusive, Block 88, City A profitable permanent connection with the World's Largest
of Okeechohee
3, Be*. 77 ft. N & 245 ft. W of was accepted J. R, Miller. IHISIIIS or TUP INTER I' Country Real Estate Agency; In business 46 yeari Many of
NE Cor of NW% of SE>/4 run Blessed are they that mourn: for or THe T\TR OF riOR our agents are earning over $8,000 per year

S 332 ft. W 116 ft. N 122 ft. they shall be comforted. Jesus I 110 IDA.\UD op roMMi!'iovrns DHAIN-' Preference given to applicants located In towns or villages, or
E16ft..N210ft.E300ftInSec. OF FVPHOIADPS
: 35 E, Matthew 5: 4)BRING. AGE DISTRICT on main highways at edge of town or village
37 S Rge
22 Twp '
cant 3 acres !I not for Imprr-ement Trustees of Fund the Inter and 'I Our Field Representative will\ contact you during the first part

Name In which assessed, Lula for Bowl of Commissioners. I of April. Please write-stating address and phone.
YOUR ef Fterglnles Drainage I
Ezell, Joe Mulberg, Vivian Martin. Okeechobea County, ,
All of said property being In the CAN YOU REFUSE to help this I TlprdnELECTRICAL
County of Okeechobee State of Greek boy who inrvived the war Printing NeedsI 0. Box 1054 Lakeland, Florida
Florida only to face the despair of starYationT WORK Offices Coast to Coast
Unless food arrive: 1m- i l _
Unless such certificate or certlflcatei -
I mediately, he and millions like TOOkeechobee I -
ahall be redeemed accordingto him la lamina-stricken countries
law, the property described In will starve to death Help them i P. P. EVANS i
1 by firing money or food canned News
such certificate or certificates will to tin to the Emergency Food Advertise in The Okeechobee News
be sold to the highest bidder at the Collection on behalf of UNRRA. I HOU..E. WIRING I

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posted one the bulletin boards at the County .

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

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

It at the City Hall, City of Okeechobee, Okeecho-

I bee, Florida, to pay the amount due for taxes sets

opposite to .the same, together with all cost of


such sale and advertising.



I WARREN J. KING, Tax Collector t

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