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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 28, 1946
Publication Date: -1992
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Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 82, no. 91 (Sept. 13, 1992).
General Note: "The voice of the Everglades."
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 6, no. 24 (Jan. 8, 1926).
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Volume 32-Number 6 Okeechobee, Florida, Friday, June 28, 1946 Price Five -Cents

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Revs Garner Tells POLIO HOSPITAMZATION- PRECAUTION r-- TAKEN List of Senators and RepresentativesSTATE STATE DESIRES ADV.LOCAL COMMISSION RECIPES I Rev. and Mrs. D.


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Through the Chamber of Commerce Word comes from the Chamber of
of Food 0. Jernigan Were
Rotarians '
arrangements have been made STATE SENATORS Commerce office to the effect that

with St. Mary's Hospital at West letter has been! received asking; for

Efforts of ChurchAt Palm Beach to take care of any 1947 .peclal Florida food recipes. I Drowned Saturday

I uiK-rgency which might arise witha O/.trlct/ Nome Address Interested citizens are requested I eI
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send In such methods of .
case of infantile paralysis here. 1 Newman C. Brnckln Cre.tvlew to preparation
last Tuesday of food Items which will be I Rev and Mrs D. O. Jernigan
the Rotary meeting were
Several hospitals have been con
!I 2 Philip D. Beall, Jr, Florida Nat'l Bank Bldg, Pensacola
tin Rev H, P Garner gave the ,, tacted with a view to making such 3 E. Bert Riddle Ponce de Leon, Rout. "N" placed In a national publication and I both drowned at the bathIng; beach
wonderful help being I I I thus advertise Florida. on Lake Okeechobee where Taylor.
story of the arrangements and the one which 4 C. L. Altord Grand Ridge help to

given I'V hii church. nnd other denomination" I 1 I was found to be properly equipped 'I II T. Drew Branch Sumatra The local suggestions offered Is Creek empties Into the lake Satur

all over America, to I I and I In position to give the service' 6 A. L. Wilson Quincy for recipes on the cooking of cat. day afternoon about six o'clock.

assist in a. uaging the relentless I I was St. rary'.. I I 7 JIarry E. King Be'mer Bldg? Winter Haven fish or making of guava jellies or Rev and Mrs. Jernigan and son 8,

spreading starvation condition now Should\ any case arise Information -, 8 LeRoy Colllni Tallahassee marmalades or anything on Florida and daughter 9, went to the lake

across Europe. I I should be given to Health ,I 9 W. n. Moon Crystal River produce, fish, game and fruits. I for a picnic and carried their supper

Rev Garner told of the heifer I I Nurse Miss Itnllie Thomas. 10 W. T. Davie MadIson -- ----- ( and while he fished they went

plan beltjj used In a broad way andas I -- 11 Henry S. Baynard 1005 let Fed n1dg. St Petersburg Local Legion Post I' swimming

a most efficient mean. of giving'' Florida Power and 12 Evans Crary Citizens Bank 91dg:? Stuart f He was fishing from' 'the bank

food. Shiploads of heifer are constantly I Il I 13 D. C. Coleman Seybold! Building/ ; IIIlamlI : near J. T. Coker when their attention

going across with the cow I T. Woftord Lindler 430 N. Marion St., Lake City Names Officers for was attacted to the swimmers

due to come In shortly after ?nrn- Light Paper Wins !I 15 Charley E. Johns Starke I and they saw Immediately there was

val, thus being Immediately! milk :l I 16 A. G. McArthur Box 413. Fernandina The trouble. Both pulled off their shoes
Ensuing
YearI
producing.The 'I''The Second Award 111 John E. Mathews Fla. I\at'l Bank Bldg.. Jacksonville I and rushed to the. scene, he going;

local Brethren church in justly 17 G. Warren (Bobby) Sanchez South Ohio Ave., Live Oak I I to Mrs. Jernigan while Mr. Coker

I proud of Its effort, for in addition 19 Walter W. Rose 49 N. Orange Ave. Orlando (r larpnci Alderman Post No. M'I I went to the children. Mr. Coker got

to having completed more than I I I Tin' Siiinliin' Sirvirv New, officinl 20 Wallace E. Sturgis 721 Lake Weir Ave, Ocala American Legion met In culled session I I: both of the children and as he was

one heifer unit it has also sent several -I I I pull! coti,, ;,m, of the Florida 21 G. C: Perdue a Cedar Key for the purpose of electing I going to the bank he saw the Jew-

dollars I I I ,I 22 S. D. Clarke Monticello and to I Igans struggling in the deep water.
hundred Into the national Power & Light ('of, has been signally officers for the coming year
church fund I I 23 harry P. Johnson Tavaru- business that After he cached the bank with the
for food purposes honored by being adjudgedthe i transact any other I
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I second bust employee publication I 21 Jansen A. Franklin 2015 Almeria Ave, Ft fyeu might come before the body. I children and looked for them he
I
could tell they were both under the
Mpre and more the citizens of In Ita class for 1915, accordingto 25 Carl R. Gray Panama City By unanimous vote the Legion I

America are coming to realize the I word received here by C. II. Par ,,26 B. C. Pearce rlllatkaI authorized the post commander to i water.
i I II I Word was sent to town and soona
I Zolfo
27 Wilbur C. King Springs
terrible situation that prevails Inmost kerson local manager. t I appoint a'' building committee to inI I
I 317 First Ave., Daytona Beach searching party was there dragging
28 Wlllter G. Walker
of where the possibility of erecting
Europe no crops I "Yep" says his official notlfica veetlgate I Ia the bottom for the bodies
have been possible owing to many I 29 Edwin G. Fraser Macclenny Legion home'on property now.(
"the
tion received this week judge
which they found about eleven
637 SE 11th Av. Ft Lauderdale
30 George W. Lealrd ,
reasons, which include misplaced! ''of the Public Utilities Advertising owned by the Legion. Those appointed -I o'clock.
which Include 31 Walter B. Fraser 20 Valencia, St. Augustine follow. Alto Wat.
reasons displacepersons < were as : ,
Association selected your Sunshine The bodies were sent that nightto
309 Second Av., Gahelvllle
destroyed 32 W. A. Shandy and C. L. Box.
crops destroyed ford, Van Lightsey t
Service News efforts
as a prize. Kl..lmmee Yates Funeral Home at Fort
Street
Emmett ,
and stolen farm and 33 N. Ray Carroll Harden
machinery 'Jimmie Crusart, Sylvan ,
winner In the annual better I
Pierce where
copy Street they were preparedfor
34 Raymond Sheldon 608 Tampa Tampa
stock factories for nak
destroyed Salter Watford and AI) Correll were
contest West Palm Beach I buriaL They were brought here
35 John R. Beacham 609 Harvey Bldg.,
Ing farm and lack
new Implements work
appointed a committee to on
of fertilizer and seed "In all 39 employee publicationsfrom 36 William\ J. Ray let Nat1 Bank Bldg., Bradenton Sunday afternoon where memorial
that would be
anything they saw I
all over the country partlcl 37 Lloyd F. Boyle 24(4 Mellonvllle Ave., Sanford services wen held at the First Baptist
"! As expressed by Rev. Garner, It I I. beneficial to the Legion In a move Church at three o'clock In the
The Gas Bushnell
pated. Flame published 38 J. C. Getzen Jr
going to take a mighty effort on the In Indianapolis, was rated first. to raise finances for a new Legion j I afternoon with Rev. Eiland in chargeassisted

part of the whole of the American home.
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"It's a real honor," the ocngrstu- by the other church pastors .
. people to give anywhere near the A committee was also appointed j jto and the bodies sent back to Fort
continues
latory message "and
needed assistance required to place .-. : investigate and fence off the Pierce and then to Miami where
something of which of
these people where they can help every one HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES channel at Taylor Creek so that It they remained until Wednesday afternoon
you can feel very proud, for the
themselves would be safer for the children togo Services were conducted at
omprtlrion' plenty keen and the 1947 *
swimming. The committee Isis the Central Baptist Church in Ml-
'udges are nationally known experts -
County Members Name and Address follows: Carl Hoffman, Johnnie ami Wednesday afternoon at three
Cabinet Commits in the field of magazine and
mploye publications Alachua 2 Joe C. Jenkins, Gainesville Llghtsey, Kel Hood, Jr, Alto Wat- o'clock with Rev. C. Roy Angel, pastor .

"It means contributions I Ira J. Carter, Jr., Newberry ford.Jr., Garrett Swlndal Russell of the church officiating. Burialwas
State to Furnish jour rang Domer and Jerald Leatherman. in Miami.
the bell In 1945-and it II a challenge Baker B. R. Burnsed, MacclennyBay (I
A motion by Van Llghtsey eec. Rev Jernigan was a native of
to keep up the good work In' .2 Grady W. Courtney Millvllle onded by Carl Hoffman, and voted Mississippi while she was from Mi
Funds
Adequate 1946 and the years to come." I\ J. Ed. Stokes Panama City "
on by the body elected Alto Wat I ami. They' moved to Okeechobee

Miss Alice Bass, bookkeeper In Bradford 1 N. D. Walnwrlght Jr., Starke ford Jr. as post commander for the I about a year ago having been sent
1 the local office of the Florida Power | '
Tick eradication procedure In Brevard 2 Roy F. @oburta Tltuavill. coming year. Move by Van Llght'j here by the Home Mission Board of
& Light Company is the Okeecho (

Highlands. Glades and Okeechobee 0, L, Burton Eau Gallie sey seconded by Salter the Baptist Church. He was doing

counties will be radically changed,I bee Service correspondent New., for the Sunshine Broward 2 W. Marlon Walton, 117 East First Street, Pompano Jimmie Crusart was elected vice- i' missionary work among the Seminole -
Indians In this section, and both
the Florida Livestock Saanitary Frank Stirling, Rt. 1, Fort Lauderdale commander. Move by Alto Watford I
I
were members of the First Baptist
seconded Garrett Swindal
Board has annnuunced following a Blountatown by Syl !
NEW SIGNSPLACED I Calhoun 1 C. L. Clark, Church of Okeechobee. Mrs. Jern.
vanis Harden elected
conference with executive committee was finance
BY CHAMBER Charlotte 1 Leo Wotitzky, Punta Gorda I' igan was one of the teachers in the
members of the Florida Cattlemen'lAuoclatlon officer. Move by Salter Watford
Citrus 1 L. C. Yeomans, Crystal River I Okeechobee High School during the
in Tampa June 12. New and quite attractive signs Clay 1 J. Slater Smith, Jr., Green Cove, Springs seconded by Gerald Leatherman, I past term.SUB.rECT.

Meanwhile assuurance has been have been placed this week by the Collier 1 H. B. Kelly Naples Van Llghtsey was elected chaplain. j

given by the governor and members Chamber of Commerce at each of Columbia 1 James Y. Wilson, 17 W. DeSoto Street, Lake City Post adjourned in order AT CHRISTIAN

of his cabinet that adequate funds) the four highways leading Into !; Alto Watford, Sr., Post Commander
3 R B. Gautlcr Jr., Langford Building, Miami SCIENCE CHURCH
wi1be\ made available for tick town. | Dade Van Llghtsey', Acting Adjutant .
Richard Oelkers, Jr., 61 N. E. First Street Miami I
eradication until the legislaturemeets The new signs were built as a1' Miami "Christian Science," Is the sub
I' Bill Lantaff Congress Building,
again next year, P. E. Williams result of motion passed by the NEW SERVICE MANAGER FOR I ject of the lesson-sermon which will

Davenport, president of the association chamber directors some two months DeSoto 1 J' Morgan Ingraham, Arcadia INTER COUNTY TELEPHONE be read in Churches of Christ,

reports. Members of the ago They are as pretty as any to Dixie 1 Royal Dunn, Cross City COMPANY HEREAl Scientist, throughout the world on

executive committee and represen be seen and depict the fishing and ; Duval 3 P. Guy Crews Clark Building, Jacksonville Corral arrived in Okeechobeelast Sunday, June SO.

tatives from breed associations, affiliated cattle raising propensities of the Charles Luckie, Consolidated Building, Jacksonville week from Clewlston and has The Golden Text lal: "Ho every

county associations, and the county.At \ Fletcher Morgan, 1239 Hubbard St, Jacksonville assumed the duties as service man one that thlrsteth, come ye to the

Florida Dairy Association met with Escambla 2 Harry Botta, Jr., Fla. Nat'l Bank Bldg., PensacolaR. for the Inter County Telephone waters, and he that bath no money;

the cabinet in Tallaahassee June 18.I Marlon the tallaahassee session the, M. Merritt, 25 East Brainard St., Pensacola Company here. Mr. Corral will serve come ye, buy, and eat yea, come,
County Cattlemen's Assocl-,
"We are now working to secure Flagler 1 H T. Cook, Bunnell as lineman and service man while buy wine and milk without money
ation
delegation headed by Mank
federal aid In the eradication pro took Franklin 1 Bourke Floyd, Apalachlcola Miss Hall will be office manager.He and without price" (Isa. 65: 1).
Camp an agressive lead In emphasizing
gram," William. revealed. "The national the need for adequate, Gadsden 2 Amos H. Davis Mt. Pleasant has been employed with the Among the citations which comprise

government supervised the Gretna same company at Clewlston as assistant the lesson-sermon is the following
M. Johnson,
I funds to push the eradication Dewey ,
original eradicaation program, as It to Manager Bill, Moore who from the Bible "If ye love
gram on to completion. pro'l Gilchrist 1 Carl 0. Drummond Box 1152, Trenton
is supervising the present one, and I accompanied him here, remaining a me, keep my commandments. AndI
the state cabinet were contacted In Glades 1 Joe H. Peeples Jr., Moore Haven I'I
,Although there Is no one group or week to assist hIm In getting familiar will pray the Father, and he shall
I advance and the situation was ex- Gulf 1 George C. Tapper, Port St. Joe '
Individual responsible for the latest I with the local system Mrs. Corral give another Comforter, that he
you
,, plained to them; so that the actual Hamilton 1 J. W. McAlpIn White SpringsHardee '
outbreak of fever ticks, the federal arrived with him and they will may abide with you for ever; At
meeting Tuesday took less than tent ) Wauchaula
1 C. H. (Shag Taylor I
government should take equal responsibility make this their future home that day ye shall know that I am
I minutes. 1 Elbert L. Stewart Clewlston
with the atate for the Hendry In Father, and in me, and I
Final approval by the cabinet on I Hernando 1 G. Kent Williams, Howell Ave., Brooksville A CORRECTIONIn I I my ye
eradication and control work re In you" (John 14: 15, 18, 20).
June 19 the Livestock Sanitary Sebring
gave Highlands 1 James W. Moore
qui red." the story last week about the The lesson-sermon also includesthe

Under the new quarantine regulations Board $76 ,1I50 for operation during I Hillsborough 3 E. P. Martin, Plant City promotion of R. G. Dynes to the I I following passage from the

only livestock In pastures I the fiscal year beginning July 1. Nell C. McCullen, 312% Twij-gs St., Tampa place of cashier of the Okeechobee Christian Science textbook, "Science

where tick have actually been I marked Of the for total the cattle$ 1.000 dipping was ; pro ear I John Branch, 315'4 Franklin St., Tampa County Bank there seems to have 1 I I and Health with Key to the Scrip.

found must be dipped. Animals In gram. An additional appropriation Holmes 1 J. J. Williams, Route No. 3, Bonifay been a misunderstanding, a* some tures" by Mary Baker Eddy:

so-called buffer areas will be sub of $71,100 was authorized from a I, Indian River 1 Alex MacWilllam, Vero Beach received the impression that Mr. I "Science Is an emanation of divine

ject only to 30 or 60 day checking I $500,000 emergency fund to pay salaries Jackson 2 Merrill Clark, Marlanna I McDougald had resigned 'from the Mind, and Is alone able to Interpret

programs. of range riders and inspectors J. Troy Peacock Marianna bank, which Is an error aa he will God aright. It has spiritual,

Conference with the Livestock In the dipping program. The board's i Jefferson 1 Richard H Simpson, Monticello continue as vice president and active I and not a material origin. It la
Board which resulted In head of the bank In the future as
Sanitary Comforter
budget was one of 30 submitted. Lafayette 1 George H. Simpson, Mayo a divine utterance, the
the changes was in charge of D. B. Florida Cattleman. I he has since coming here about a I which leadeth Into all truth" (p.
M. Sellar, Leesburg
Lake 2 Tim
Kibler, Jr., chairman of the group. year ago.Parker. 127: 26-29).
difficulties 1{. H. Hethcox, Umatilla I
Cattlemen pointed to
Lennls Berger and little ..onreturn.d
Mrs
which have arisen with cattle Interests ., Lee 2 Scott Hough, 2112 Woodford Ave., Fort Myers Abney left yesterday for I Miss Jo Ann Berka of Panama
this
to their home a ere
in the tlcky section In suggesting Norwood R. Strayhorn, Kingston Manor, Ft. Myers Cottondale, Ala., where he will\ City Is spending this week in Okee
Hospital
week from the Good Samaritan I
that changes In procedure be spend a two weeks vacation. chobee visiting friends ,
at West Palm Beach. (Continued on Page 8) I
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a line, lint PI for display' adrertl We Gra'c?" LECTRICAL WORK
II lnir furnished on application Class I II I Say Chilts fever
floil advertising I 2 rents each word NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
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< All items regarding- entcrprliee ;
nee Insertion *
conducted for profit are the Board of County Commissioner MALARIA
but ro
chargeable. at advertising. ratea_ I 41tt of Okeechobee County, Florida, desire P. P. EVANS 666 ads AT ONCI to ,..
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I "THE SPIRAL STMUCA j

Cartoon Sport .News Reel :and bids will\ be received by laid

:MARCH OF TIME: : Board at the Courthouse in the WRECKS REBUILT

"Tomorrow's Mexico" City of Okeechobee, Monday, July
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1, 1946, at eleven o'clock A M.I

I Eastern Standard Time, The right i ij | -- i

Monday & Tuesday j to reject any and all bids ts' hereby | Seat Covers % Tops and Covers

July 3-4, 1946 reserved

BOARD OF COUNTYCOMMISSIONERS
GARY COOPER
LORETTAOUNG Washing, Polishing and Lubricating

OKEECHOBEE COUNTY,
".\Ln\iG GAME: JONES'
FLORIDA Expert Mechanical Work
Cartoon Sports Musical:
By Mabel P. Raulerson,

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.ltlr e"j ' ( & Ex-Offlcio Clerk of
Friday and SaturdayJuly .
Board of County Com-

5-6, 1946 Jun 21.28 mliiioneri OKEECHOBEE MOTOR CO.


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BETTY FIELD Phone 44 Okeechobee Fla.
Advertise in The News

e in "TIIF SOU 1 HERNER1 !
I 0 _t lunld I for life Covernmi - -- --
LAY GRIM : -
HOME c.liEU'
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i alsoM1EKFR I i'nncit -ul I II the people do not

"\\ .\: OF THE PFCTIE OF WOJU.H'tIl: E I have enough' (: to eat, and so revolution .

\STEL\ND": 'I i cin add! further chaos

Cartoons News Reel C' ill \\i who art, down to bpunteouinouiuhlnit I'rln..lpaneed.\ for the famine

meals forget that today I countries are for bread, the stitf of '
- I i RIGHT w'HEN
r hunirer hunt over the home of life, and, fats The neeel l I. | nrticu. I
Coming
I i purr thun 80Q illion pooplo over I l"rlv,, ur:-:-t :"'cht now, r C r -ALMOST EJ/EtfYTN/N6 ?
thiid of the people of the forth? ,
I om-
Attractions Ho rid a dots not product wheat 0 ELSE IS GONG UP/
We well Rive thanks that the
may
I which can be mod In making 1 broad
"TIIF LOST WEEKE:' D" grim' 'p,c.tre of famine li,, not ft ail j
H. production of fats it"'lplllh
"IT'S \ IMF \SURE'' cnt truest at our tables. But ,can '
lard and peanut oll.-Is important.
"FULENNCEL": I I"JII.t'E 'we, dare we, forget for a moment
Is the
but production not pmcipalipioblen I a 1
I this In nil too real at
D1111.IA""ltOtI that\ spectre
there now. What, then, can
TO 1101IV | millions of homes In other parts ofI riorlcta's I", 'pte' do to help feed 1 'II:

the ,world .. .
I I : j hunirryircoutht elsewhere? 1 I -

-- r"in:ne ''s one of the Four Horse-, '
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The answer Is simple and can be /f t JiO
s S men of the Apocalvpse The one given' in one word-SAV F. Every1one i e J. I
.i/I/aS
War hits been tilled for awiuR j
nil Is asked to save wheat, fat and FLOW POllEWJlfiHT s .
) vj
I '. but his evil con piinions all OJPtIT
oils Cut down on the use of *
Icstikn and Death aret s 31! a'
Fall
i
breads and all cereals except oat nut
I' h.III'n' over the o-rth A )-'A I I '. 1r
neat which ii more plentiful. Save i ,
, l and with the )II
world I Ippl.d strewn
< ] oil
salaJ oil, cooking oils, olive I '
wr.,"k .it,' of war is trying deeper-
I bread
ri-tearlno buutter, lard, ,

,\1..1:0 find enough food for Itspopl trackers, rolls, cake, pastes", spaghetti I
,'. md to distribute this food
M1 anal noodles
where ,it i H ncidid |
r Eat fruits, ice cream and custards
:\ has been called to' I
Th problem
: for dessert, Instead 1 of pastry, buns
our attention in most vivid fashion and cake. Lse potatoes instead of

Iby I our own government leaders and I Ii bread Broil, boil and bake Insteadof RA

i others who know the facts Presl-1 i iI fry. Serve creamed foods on \\T\l lIOTeJr

I dent Truman, Secretary of Agricul baked potato Instead of on toast. |1
Anderson and other officials
ture Don' In either cook.
I t waste anything ,

i i have token every measure which I Inp, eating or storing Grow as1|i SUMMER
seen1"to I offer hope of providing .
| and
n any vegetables fruits as possible
) I r'01 food from this country to the !
at home. Serve small portions
starving: milllions ilsewhere "CONVENTION HEADQUARTERS"a
so no food will be left over. And'

'".. ,. '. ;)} Herbert Hoover, honorary ,chairman remember that every pound of food; .
l
"
: of the Famine Emergency Com-
saved i' ay go a long way towards

__ .<<_. ..;"."..lti.-:... r' I mute. .eye that "along the 35,000 saving someone's life. I 135 ROOMS 130 BATHSGRILL

A FILIPINO orphan Is cared for n lies we have traveled, I have seen Pastry doesn taste so sweet
in a hospital on Luzon. The critical | with mown e>'es the grimmest COCKTAIL LOUNGE
shortage of food in war when It Is taken from the mouths
pectre of famine In all the historyof
devastated lands is causing the of the hungry," says U NRA.bl'I'' RADIO FLUORESCENT LIGHTING ELECTRIC FANS
the worlds'People
death of millions who could be rector General .
nursed back to health You can I I
help them by giving money or are dying by the thousands I si'lnirs at home will add up to aI I Beautyrest Beds Casement Windows Venetian Blinds

food in tin cans to the Emergency very day, Malnutrition makes It tremendously important food supply
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Food Collection today. ,'''"> for disease and pestilence to over there. Food will be speaking .. IN EVERY ROOM

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take their toll Undernourished chll Vr is now where guns and boit\ bs

then, on whose feet civilization i wero speaking not so, long ago. SWIMMING POOL-TENNIS COURTS

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DtOdoiM AYDS before each meal dun the i po '
let vltirrau,minerals OMnuri WRITE WIRE PHONE 'FOR RESERVATIONS k:
KSntTln Adi. Start the AYDb Viumta THE TWAIN MEETS-IN RECORD-BREARiNG TIMEJ-A: ( new east. ,
Candy way to 1 low wcieht' no*,30 day supply west speed record was let by this new Navy Neptune patrol<< born'. .'
? A/d" BACKonth. ray two-fnotored Lockheed P3V. when It tat down at Burbank Fire HOMER HARDESTY, 'Co.Mgr.PHONE 1800 t'f
Kit ta>U fm*>.{CM rawlu._ .a 9 bourn 23 minutes and 2 seconds after Its take-off from Floyd !
WISTERIA DRUG SUNDRIES' Field Thin sliced 39 minutes off the previous beet speed, d..". I P. O. BOX .747 DAYTONA' ''BB CH, 'FLORIDA ': !
flying conditions that forced the plane 150 miles off co'use T"" . 1 II ", : a \ ,; 151j
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,). is; NOTICE IS IIRHEUY GIVEN that IN BUYING PROPERTYOR
., \ Q pursuant. ,to Section 0 of Chapter1S2IM
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tuvrs of Florldn AIof ion
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known MURPHY! In
":-+ " c>"' an the ACT. and INVESTING IN MORTGAGES BE
I1AA ... UAJL: I It pursuance of'Chapter 2 -
'-,<. '" ..... \..\ ., t Klnrlln Arts ot 1941. known a. thervFitmADES SURE THE TITLE IS CLEAR.. ''HAVE
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; \. ACT the following described AN ABSTRACT PREPARED BY
tll ,i.U .: Innil,, sltuatoil In Everglades DralnnueDlstnof
y'ft -- ,, .. : In Okp chohi> County, Flnr-
,..,,,,,. .. 1"" J ; tillwill he nfferi-d for sale at public
.., -"- ,..",_ .-. "lP" ,, \ ....., ontcrv for the highest sad, heat cub Okeechobee Abstract CompanyJ. f
.. bid subject to the rlEht of the Tnu
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and nf the Board of Commit L. BARBER
.i 'J"t .. f:' .' sinners of Everglades DrnliinKe Dlu- Manager
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... /, ,, + -"'. rnnrthoum o'clock A. M,bpgtnnlnir 15th nt any 10:00:of i I RJL1U1OLk.hatokHtt.n.aa: .. ....,iu it :.. .. .. )(JC1f.UI
"" t.:: : :\} { Jf '- July, 1D46,' .A. tg"h l parcels: of land > ---- -----
t., ,,1. of ten noro or more, title to on..balf
BIKINI . 'r' \ ., ..:.fJ O I of petroleum and three.fourth of I, - --- --
o ENIWETOK % .:J. ..... : \ < ptRR\. "',\., Trustees other minerals of the"Internal'11he reserved by I
Improvement
.! .('hONGERUj ::bn fund Rnnements: for road right of REAL ESTATE AGENT WANTED
0AILINGINM oe; RQMCLAaA, (&oY war 200 feet nlde nlll be reserved by
: I : " I .nld Trustees from any parcel through I Active man or woman to Hit .how and tell Farm and country
.j. which Sb3" t. asxletlu! !: :: .:Rte ri-o4'

>' i..' ";. ," ,, , 'end c-'nmnV-i eaicBicnt Cal I fcr '" .h: .. .. E ESRDR I wLl :: --fr jd t t5;, :roud c: I Experience not essential, we" train you for the work.A .
f : o Ccmm'reonr-e! pC Fl'o;:: doe 0:91'-
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-rl : ;)eo.rlllln'l profitable permanent connection with the World' Largest
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a ; }? Okeechnbee our agents are earning over $8,000 per year.
,.. l \ .,..'\KWAJALEIN, Undivided H Interest In Tots 1
it- $ -"' to 12 Inclusive Block 88, City Preference given to applicant. located In town or village., or
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MALOELADq Undivided V Interest In Tots 1 on main highway at edge of town or village
, .Z to 12 Inclusive, Block 88, City
." Q dNe, . of Okeechobee Our Field Representative will contact you during the first partof

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NA!. 1MPIIOVPMPVT: FUND
Official U. S. Navy map)
I OF THE STATE OF FT.OH-
t TilE MARSHALL ISLANDS .honing/ Bikini! Atoll, and the near island. of the group. Here at IDA OP COMMISSION-ENS STROUT REALTY AGENCYP.
Bikini, the "Croeerondr" Commander ,r::' ': rt thus finl "le.lw of the Atom":ior.S .isaln.t: rrnned HORI OF EVKROIADES DRAIN. 0. Box 1054 Lakeland, Florida
c hp.! and shore installntions. Appnixinmlcly 97 .lup. of all ill be AGE DISTRICT Offices Coast to Coast.
type anchored Hit.i.n; u l"" mile radius
of .ljuip1 l....oon, with the battleship Nevada in the By MABFL P RAULERSON, Agent
ery center painted u bright orange to iiitl .. MMh for Trustee of the Inter-
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I ) FOR" SALEFOR ) ) ( I II I will Fresh be Water a meeting Fish of Commission the Game heldat and Staney'sRADIO

the Marlon Hotel, Ocala, Florida -

I Thursday, July 11, 1946, at

SALE-Electro Lux Refrigerator 10 A. M

!In good condition. With or I I This meeting t. called for the AND APPLIANCE \

without tank. Rual Nix. 6 purpose of letting hunting rules
and Regulation for the 1940.47 SERVICE I II

hunting season The Commission
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FOR SALE Girl's bicycle. Mrs. will be glad to hear from any interested

Maupl, phone 137. 6-c': persons or to receive I

I recommendation from any Individual ALL WORK GUARANTEED 90 DAYS
group of individual or clubs
LOST I. N. KENNEDY, Director

; Came and Fresh Water Fish
Commission I New Radios Available Now
LOST-Letter fronj, !Mrs S. Soloman I
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mailed at Albany N. Y., addressed I Electric and Battery i iI

to me and containing United States r1r \\jr nod MILLIONS ARI STAR VINO f I

Navy check payable toIrs.! Ruth GIVE MONEY-OR LOCATED... . .t I
Bond in the amount of 4000. Find.

( Ir II er please return to me. Mr. D. J. fOOD IN 'TIN CANS! NATHAN ZELMENOVITZ" *BLDG.' I
Hunt. 6 11 ;. ', ,
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MARTNELAND FLORIDA-The Sky'g the limit, no OPA ceiling insight
St phone 761. 6-2tp
and "Pudgy" the porpblse, one of a family of seven at Marine
_ Studios, open since March 1st, Is all set to entertain visitors to the 'It
Sunshine State.: June 1st Is the date set for the formal re-opening eC
nED-To buy good 20 gauge both giant Oceanariums at Alarineland which were closed during Uw '
. | double barrel shot gun. Call War years. t Special

Okeechobee New 6
Office - - - r .1 :

List of Senators and Representatives '
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WANTED Young lady of good 'I
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character to learn nursing at

Weem. Hospital at Sebring, Fla. 5 Leon :2 Wilson Car ruway, Tallahassee I s at BUR1JEY-KELZ' CO.

\ -- Payne H. Midyettv, Tallahassee ,

The United National Insurance Levy A D. McKenzie: Chiefland '

Association, Atlanta, Georgia, wants Liberty 1 Lewis II. Baker, Bristol FORMERLY DENMARKS

Sale. Representative, either male or Madison 1 John E. Spooner, Madison > V : ; J
., female In this territory! Experience Manatee 2 J. Ben Fuqua, 833 Seventh St, "' PalmettoValter i'r'
not a. we will train. Use I
necessary
\ S. Hardin, 408 12th Ski; West Bradenton

local newspaper advertising a. wellas If Marion 2 C. FarrU Bryant, Glenview, Ocala, f 1 i! 1, t I }fr : : 'Clothes l' ( 6.95lingerie
other advertising helps, and Hampers :- '
necessary will finance to help you Clarence Camp, II, 1303 Lake Weir Avenue, Oe ala ,
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get started. White only. If Inter. Martin 1 Marvin H. Rowell!, 1118 Osceola) Boulevard., Stoat I l I i ; \ I ;

sated address your reply, In strict :Monroe 1 Bernie C. Papy, Key West 4 j I i i. Chest 295&395

: Confidence, to: Ray T. Blar,'pled, Nassau ; .
Leonard
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A. McKendree, Fernandina :
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State Manager, 433 West Church
Florida. 5 Okaloosa 1 H. C. Barnhill, Cre.tview
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Street, Jacksonville
I Okeechobee' 1 W. J. Hendry, Okeechobee Folding Beach Chair 5.95

Orange 2 Jame. G. Horrell, Exchange Building, Orlando
WANTED-Man to succeed Harry
Dealer In Tyn Cobb, 143 East Church Street, Orlando w
I Johnson as Rewlelgh r \ 1 I
Ikeechobee County. Product sold Osceola 1 Irlo Bronson, Vine Street, Kisslrin to .I .!\ oe.. dI| !| Matching Sofa Beds and

:to years. 1500 families Only reliable Palm Beach 2 Russell 0. Morrow, 701 S. "J" Street, Lake Worth

busier/ considered WriteR B. Elliott, Chairs set 149.95
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awlelgh', Dept. FAF-179.127-S, ? >1" I ,
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Pasco 1 George C. Dayton, Meridian'Street, Dade City J
Memphis, Tenn, or see Wm. Crawford
Florida. Plnellas 3 Ja-res A. McClure, 215 20th Ave? NE' St. Petersburg
Box 1309, Lake Placid %
4-3t Chas H. Schuh, Jr, 835 14th Ave., St Petersburg Pressure Cookers, 11.95

,. Archie Clement, Tarpon Spripgs II | '

RANCHES AND CATTLE GRAZING I Polk ,8 f,''ltaymotid ,Cj:Snilth,' 1863 Cherokee Trail I, Lakeland I '
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{TRACTS ARE SALEABLE NOW. I >j Lisle 11 W. Smith, 606 Ingraham Ave., Haints City I! I. Large Aluminum Roasters 6.27

't EAR E CONNECTED WITH i I Perry W. Murray, Citizens Bank. 131.1"1 Haines City .

MONEYED INVESTORS IF INTERESTED !n'tnll1'j' j ,I I ., ,. Thoi'B.' powdj; .42i N. 3rd St, JPalatkj( ," i I

s IN SELLING, WRITE HORACE \, Se. Joni 2 F. Charles U.ina, Jr, St. Augustine k Dutch Ovens 3.51
1. M SHERWOOD, P 0. BOX i .
I + Chas, E. Shepp trd. ti Auguntine : : ,* .
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881, CORAL GABLES, FLA., WITH l \-.t + .
I st LucI" I' /!'H DJ It. ( Banty) Saunders, Ft,' Pierce

LESLIE 6. H COOMBES, BROKER. I Sarta Rosa 1oodrow M. :Melvin, 306 Berryhill St" MiltonSarasota J Mirrors 4.95
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Sarasota , 'j ] 1 1I I ; up
I 2 J. R Peacock, 144 E. 13th h'.l{ j ,

I Jerry Coils; 143 Rlngting Blvd, Sarasota I
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S=-.:Inola 2 M. B. (T.Bone) Smith, 456' Rosalie Drive: Sanford


MER Fti'ciFDOD pNl.r' I I I Stint:* t if Nq.i I ."'*It,if,jllj'''1"James f.,f.., M Drown Brailey, t'" (9lddhl\m"Wlltwood'I, . 911 Park Avenue Sanford I I I i BURNEY-KELZ GO.J.

I SjuanneeUnion1' 1 ,. Harold L. Gilmore, Suwannee Street, Live Oak I

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, "iG. Ft'edAnhi, Lake Butler a
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/.la "', I 2 t' Thon\aq T. Cotb' 401 Poin.ettl! Road, Daytona Beach Phone 115 Okeechobee Fla.

Will GIVu \ Ilv) ''U1, t I 1 I I n" '+1 laiJllr!;'lIa kith! Port Orange I ,
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WakuUa.1. Wright Alexander, Route No.-6, Crawfordville I .

., that they may LIVE? Walton 1 : Thos. D Beatley, DeFunlak Springs I! II'

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GEMS FOR YOUR SCRAPBOOK II SERVICES AT CATHOLIC CHURCH III;ca 0 'o-=- /':""""" :': ::""""'" :: :':= ='r =:',:.. ,
Regular church services will be
But every house where Love abides held at the Catholic Church here I "MAKE IT A MILLION !I"

And Friendship It a guest, Sunday morning July 7 at 9 o'clock.A SOCIAL NEWS
Ii surely home, and home sweet I'I'
cordial Invitation Is extended to VIII ' I I ;

home; all who will to attend these ser I:,: :': :': :,: :': :': :_':___:':___:'_:__:':_p_:n':_i ii":.,.:__,
For there the heart can rest. vices. I IIre. I LEARNA
EARN WHILE YOU
** Henry Van Dyke. 1----------------------/ I !\ B. K. Padgett left Monday

He is the happiest, be he king or' returned to their home here this morning for Tampa where she entered

Home la the dearest spot on earth, peasant, who finds peace In his I I' week from New York where they Tampa Hospital for treatment. SKILL OR TRADE

.and It should bo the centre, thoughnot home.-Goethe. I' spent a week. I Her son Rennia Padgett drove her

the boundary, of the affections I Splendid education and training
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.008 10. f 011 YOU In than 200 skills\ and trades
Baker I more
-Mary Eddy. NOTICE Mrs. A. II. Evans left Wednesdayto Improving.
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i EQUALIZING THE ASSESSMENT OF are oilered by the new Regular
I return to her home In Miami U 5 Army
No genuine observer can decide TAXES FOR 1940I Good and opportunities
I I Ta all property owners In OkeechobeeI after spending a week here with Mr. and Mrs. Morris Burnett and CMOOSC TNIfriHt Army pay
otherwise than that the homes of a 'I for advancement. Over three.
I County: relatives and friends. little daughter, Carolyn, and Mr. *> OrsTS.ll>N HOW'
nation are the buulwarks of per You are hereby notified that on July quarters oi a million have enlisted
I 1111. 1048 the County Tax Assessor I and Mrs. J, W. Yeomans, were vis
sonal and national safety.--Holland.He will meet with the County Controls- already. MAKE IT A MILLION! Get
I sinners In the Court House for the Miss Jo Parrish left last week for item spending the week end here : 70I-70' COMEVU BLDG., all the facts at your nearest U. S.
'I purpose of bearing complaints and receiving I West Palm Beach where she Is with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. J.
that doth live at home, U. S. Army
testimony as to the value of WEST r \1.\1: BE\CH, Army Camp or Post or
and learns to know I! any property, real or personal as I spending some time visiting Misses II. Walker, Jr. FLOKIin Recruiting Station.
fixed by. the County Assessor of Rachel and Cornelia Crozler. I II
God and himself, nccdcth Taxes of perfecting reviewing and I I

no farther 'go.I equalling. assessments W. A. Moore, former for ---- ... ...
manager
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P. E DRAWDY.
Harvey Misses Betty Jane and Ann Hansen the Inter
-Christopher Board of County CommisoloneraOkeechobee County Company
I County, Florida have returned to their home In here but Telephone I ..,.,.,.. ."......, ? ?y,,
Jn 14.212S now manager fore;
Bluefleld after last week A
spending
1 I them at Clowlston, left Tuesday afternoon '
I In Orlando with Mr. and Mrs Earl /'
I .. NOTICE OF INTENTION TO for his home there after 4. I
OW UNCLE?SAM. i SFM, LAND Crostlc.
i pending a week here. I i w rxr
I '-OTim IS HEREBY GIVEN that, e ( ::."
IF SAVING USED 1 iiirsunnt to Portion 15 (ti I), Chapter
>maw lows of Florida. Arts of 1041 Mrs. Malcolm Simmons left Satur ",,,
FATS HELPS MAKE r mil Section 07 Chapter 11717. Laws
i .r riordln. Acts of 1931 OOg: emended I day to return to her homo in Fort Edgar Lovvorn, who has made his
f MORE SOAPS !1 'n: Section 11. Chapter Laws of
COUNTMEIND' .,.'i-irliln, Arts of ll>41, mid also t>nr- Myers after spending last week here home In Chicago for the past twenty
i nit to Soitlun 42 Chapter of 20723.ws with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. years, spent the past week end In
of Florida Acts 1011 aet
r nileil l liv Seefion 19. Chapter 22079.iiws \\'. R. Cheshire. Okcechobee with his parents Judge
o9 KlorlilH.I Acts; of 1043. and 1
A Sicllon 41 diopter 20722 Laws of and Mrs. J. E. Lovvorn. lie left

I Section"' Ifirlrln 21.Acts Chapter of 1'tll, 22070.ns nmendoil Laws bvI of Miss Alice Bass, bookkeeper for Monday for Miami and will go from t>

1SRING USEP FATS 10A rinrlila. Arts of lfM.: the follonlna tho Florida Power & Light Company there to St. Petersburg, Tampa and
't 'ael'lhell lands In Okeeckobce ,
ME JUSTA$ 600fJ A$ i i i.rlrtii.I to-wit: County I returned to her home hero Sunday Orlando. Ho expects to return here

(f Y00 HAVE A CAN FULe Lots 1 to 20 Inc., Blk 20 North after spending several days of last for a short visit before returning to
west Addition week In Tamp Ch I aj'o.lcC.RTIIY.DEXTER;\ .
Lots H & 6, Blk. 10, City of Okee-
chohee
Lots 1 & 2. Ilk '7, Southwest Addition Howard Bcvllle and Henry Wal :\ s

Lots 1 through 6, Blk. S3. South, ker, Jr., returned to their homes : H sy

1075 MORE FAT 5CRAP5TO I Lots Okeecbobeei 1 & 2, Blk. 2, Railroad AddItion here last night from Klsslmmee I Mr Daniel McCarthy announces
I where they spent several days on tho engagement and approaching
MELt >aOWN,NOW. Tots 9 to 12 Incl, Blk. 17S, City
JIMiNy HOW East BO ft. of Lot 2, Blk. B, Me- business. I; marriage of his daughter, Kathleen,
1HE
Glashan Addition I to Vernon L. Dexter, son of Mr. and rw ,A.
SALVAGE CAN *. I "'|1'1 b* offered for sale at public outcry .
R 1 far the highest and best rush hid Earl Hansel U. S.: N. R., has been Mrs L. F. Dexter, Vernal, Utah.
UP TIIE52 MY6 / #AI subject to the right! of the Board Drain-of transferred from Treasure Island to Miss McCarthy Is a graduate of
I, Cninmlmilnners of Everglades
tie. District,rnNO e"CRodh.foOuUnDt'l. Albany, California. He Is In the Florida State College for Women

rinrlila. to reject any and all bids Transportation Division and is expected and has been a member of the Okee- Davie, Fla. June 25.-"Wlidhorse and oouKirh Includes nearly all the
AWE THE1DU1GIER_ nl the Courthouse, beginning at 10:00: home in August with his discharge chobee High School for the
q 44 o'clock A. M. on the 19th day of faculty Nell Rogers of Klssimmee pictured top rodeo, start of the state and
1 e GIVES ME FO* July 1945.( Easement for drainage and last few
years. here riding a bucking bronco, will indications are that this will be one
I will be
EYER YR9uNp1 reclamation and road purpose _
reserved. Mr. Dexter has recently been discharged be one. of the featured attractions the biggest and best shows ever

t 1. .. L. ++- I OP BOARD EVERGLADES OP COMMISSIONERS DRAIN-! J. R. Rhoden was rushed to the I I from the Army Air Corps iit the two-day rodeo at Davie, Fla.staged in the southeast part of the

AGE DISTRICT Fort Pierce hospital Monday night I i i/t which he was a pilot of a B-17 July 34. Davie Chamber of Com.country. The events are scheduled

BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS following an accident at the ice 'with the rank of first lieutenant. merce officials report an entry list to begin at 3:30: p. m., eastern day-

COUNTY OF FLORIDA OKEECHOBEE plant where he Is 'employed by the Before his enlistment In the armed of more than twenty-five cowboys light time, each day,

s"tsoap By MABEL p, RACLERSON, City Ice sir Fuel Company when a forces he attended Utah State Agricultural I

Clerk Okeecbobee of the Circuit Court Florida of, cake of Ice fell and hit him on the College He (\p at present
County
KOP TURNING IN USttfAT* as agent for enid Boards head. At last reports he is slowly I employed at Hill Army Air Field, Advertise in The Okeechobee News

TO HsV MAX MOM fOAf By 8OPHRONIA Deputy PEASE Clerk I Improving. j Salt Lake City, Utah. j

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