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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 12, 1946
Publication Date: -1992
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 82, no. 91 (Sept. 13, 1992).
General Note: "The voice of the Everglades."
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 6, no. 24 (Jan. 8, 1926).
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War Missing and NEW LIONS SIREN CLUB INSTALLED IS NOW BY I Farmers Will Get a I MISS FRANK MARY MARESCA CAMPBELL AND MARRIEI.i Comptroller Lee Says Finances -Of- .


Dead Are Listed COMPLETED: AND IN USE I Hearty Welcome at SATURDAY-. AFTERNOON- I I This County Are In Good Condition

The new siren at the city hall has,, Frank Maresca and Miss
MarJf'ampbell

In the Army Roll I been twelve completed o'clock and sound In announcing each dayt : Palm Beach Meet Saturday afternoon of Miami at were 1:30: married at thf:; At the 'End of t he Last Fiscal Year '


the noon hour the new siren blasts I I -- 1 I. n lot Baptist Church here with Rev I -

The fn-t roiKulidatid listing of time and In of fire it will Florida farmers will be liven
f'
one cane << a II Eilnml officiating.! Maresci Tallahassee
I I > "TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY" July 11.-It cost every
Arrm dead and mi-sing In World Must three or more times. !, hearty welcome1 at our officials nnd .M the brother of :Mrs F. P. Maupal By Russell KayI : man, woman and child In Okee
I Tho new siren was installed by the : managers conference, July 23-26, In j of Okeechobee.Mr I chobee
War II-a' compilation of the namesof |' I County $32.17 for the opera
I Okeechobee Lions Club. The local Hotel Georgo Washington at West I : and Mrs Maresca are spend I While most folk dislike even thinking ation of the county government last
810.00ft and 'en
nearly men won
Lions are now enjoying their sum- Palm Bench," declared William L. ing their honeymoon here at the about the NEXT l legislature, fiscal :year. That Is shown along
who gave their lives In the Nation's vacation Is done each Wilson, director the I I which is still nine month or so I
u er as sum of Florida State home of Dr. and :Mrs F. P. Maupal: '' .With other Interesting! comparisons,
scr\leo--was released this week b\ n'" r !Jut after the -ummer months I Farmers' Markets system In announcing who are In Virginia for a two weeks'I I away tho honorable gentry thatI in the annual report of county

the Wnr Department III. aster they will again hold their plans for his organization's \acatlon After their honeymoonth I make up that august body are nol finances ready for release by State

The lint was made up of fifty "iiiruliir, weeks meetings first, port-wor meeting. "We have 28 I I will make their home In !Miami only thinking about the next one, i Comptroller J. M. Lee. In Gadsden
I
j they have their sight trained on
tmokloU, one for each state one for utive arkets. In the State System,s I - 1 county the cost per person for
the District of Columbia and one and l at West Palm Bench we are to the one to follow. I county government was 383. That
Owner of Pets
for the Territories and Possessionsof May liase, Gov. Millard Caldwell, Commissioner I Public Utilities Although the NEXT legislatureafter I Is the lowest In Florida, In Gulf

the United States. Each booklet of Agriculture Nathan Mayo the NEXT legislature will\ not county the cost was $32.8$ per per
Rid Them of Pests nod Commissioner Nelll\ : assemble until 1949 and elections
contained a foreword explanAtory of Rhodes of Played ImportantPart son That is the highest In the
the State : 1 will occur before that time to determine
the methods of listing, a breakdownby Marketing Bureau who state, but not much higher thanin

counties and types of casualty Now omprlse our governing body the its membership, the politic Okeechobee where it stood at
Very Easily War EffortThe
and an alphabetical listing by county ; Florida State Agricultural Marketing ally ambitious boys are a* bu.y.a. $32.17 per person The average cost

of the name, serial number and Board, ns honored guests and featur- I been pulling wires, making contacts |i for the entire state was $8.83. In

Is) .,1! speaker. five-year war record of the md building their fence. Osceola It cost four cents
grade of ench individual and the !Honda pot owner* may rid oafs per per
manner In which he met his di-ath ? ,,1 i N of common Insect pests such'I Florida's farmer, face some serious private electric utility Industry, Coveted post in the House of son more than that.

The Philippines Commonwealth was a' fleas. mites, ticks gnats flies.; problems, and I wish we might I which maintained complete and continuous Representative Is the Speakershfp There might be more thrills attached

not Included 'In the study I .'inl mosquitoes by the careful use have a representative number at thisj service throughout the war and the chap who land the job has to being a sheriff In Florida

An overall death and missing rate '''nf the DDT bomb, Alrosol Sales' conference From what I have heard to all customers, military and civil. to do a lot of plain and fancy "poll- than being a clerk of the circuit

of 2.98 percent from all causes wa.1 I' company officials stated after making -:, they may be there. We are going to Ian, Is described In an annual statistical tikin" to get the necessary support court but the office does not payoff :

Indicated by the listing. Of more I I extensive tests In the control of consider marketing, bulletin Just published by from fellow members. so well. For Instance, records

than 10,000,000 men and women mo- such Insects on dogs, cats and rab-j, prepackaging, and tran.portatlon'l the Edison Electric institute Already four member of the released In the report by Comptroller

bilized Into the Army between the I bits > vital Importance. Outstanding speak- j Those who think that tax-built, House have announced that they: Lee revealed that the average
unlimited era are to take! part. Federal off-! tax subsidized, government owned | will last
Presidential declaration Individual animals have a differ-i! I be candidates for Speakershlp Florida sheriff collected in fees
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national emergency on May 27 1941 ant tolerance for DDT as well as'' dale business leaders and growers power plants were the major source ',, of the 1949 assembly They are Neil fiscal year $4,78515 while the average -

and the concluding date of the different families of animals. Cats)' will be heard from in addresses and of wartime power wl1be\ amazed C :McMullen youthful Hillsboroughi clerk of the court was receiving

study January 31, 1946, a total of for example, are far more suscept-i In round table discussion when they look at the record. To I I i I county representative who has servo 516141. The average for the assessor -

307,654 had been killed In action, ible to DDT toxicity than dogs?,I Person Interested in attendingmay meet war demands the private, bus ,:'i: ed two sessions, terry E, Murray was the lowest of all countyfee :

died of other"causes or became missing Care and consideration for the ani!- obtain complete details by contacting iness-mansged electric companies representative from Polk county office. It was 434518. Next

later to be determined dead. mal Itself should\ always be used in our Jacksonville offices or spent $3,000,000,000 for new powers i' one of the able legislator cited for came the county judge with $4,483.-

In addition 1,424 persons were stir the application I of any I Insecticide.I I our market managers throughout the stations and other facilities, and outstanding public service by a secret 59. then the collectors with $4-

carried as missing on January 31. Me. DDT bomb may be used. for State Hotel reservations and reser- Installed 11,000,000 kilowatts of gen.I poll of lawmakers conducted by: 703.76.

1946, bringing the total number of a quick, safe clean-up of all adult I vations for the annual banquet Friday crating machinery: All told a total Allen Morrla In the name of those In Okeechobee County the clerkof

names in the lilt to 308,978. Insects In living quarters. Dogs, I night, July 26, at which Governor of 300,000,000,000 kilowatt-hours of i| newspaper who feature his column the court received last fiscal :year

Of the total 57.1 per cent numbering cats and rabbits may be sprayed Caldwell and Commissioner electric power was generated for. "Cracker Boll tic.", Thorns B. $3,549.61, the sheriff got $2,06694

176,432 were listed as killedIn with safety with the Alrosol bomb:,I I Mayo will speak should be made by war purposes-and private utilities I Dowda of Putnam county: memberof the assessor was paid $1,656.66, the
action. Other breakdowns contacting the hotel management supplied over 83 cent and'could I and
casualty Care must be taken not to spray tool per the team of Jenklns-and-Dowda county judge collected $2199.65

showed that 25,493 (825 per great a dosage where the animal is direct. have supplied It all If they had been whose fight In connection with the the collector $4,357.59. A state law

cent) died of wounds suffered In likely to lick It off. The hair of)! "Foreign competition is one of the permitted by the government.On Right to Work Amendment and legislation provides that If the legal fees collected e

combat: 929 (0.3 per cent) died of the animal should be rubbed the I very critical problems we expect t IIIo the financial side of ,the picture ( designed to revamp the total more than $7,50000 per

combat Injuries : 85,219 (276 per wrong way and the spray directed give attention. It Is Increasingly apparent some equally surprising facts state's accounting system and do year the fee officer shall not use

cent) died other than in battle, and I at the base of the hair. It should i, that several Important Flora -: have emerged The sale of power away with continuing appropriation.has the excessive amount to his personal

19,481 6S per cent) were administratively be rubbed In as well as possible crops are menaced and will be' ::for war purposes brought $2,350- kept him In the limelight for account.

determined to have died/ Ito 80 minutes after spraying, the 'I Increasingly menaced by competition ')00,000 In revenue to the power I several years, and P. Guy Crows of "Th financial condition of the

The missing figure of 1,424 repre.l.I .inlmal should be washed well with from some of our Good Neighbor! ompanle Almost'the same smounti$2,194,000,000 Duval county. counties of Florida is excellent .

tented 0.45 per cent of the total. I loop' and warm water. 'I countries where wage levels are far -- was returned to the Nell Mellon del lte.hli youth, I and I congratulate\ every taxpayer:

The State of Florida contained ( thoroughlydry j below our' J&l. d...t't ,wui t. ttiMm-'V'.U tnl m'o'urnmfnt'indirect taxes t ha* proven himself to be an able for having so carefully: elected '
Whoa the, animal I is -
4{ : .1.41 per rent of the populttUon of I don these crops, nor do we want to The government\-ownet power systems : legislator. He established his courage men and women sincere enough In
. his body should be sprayed: I
the United States and possessions I ,cut wages to their levels Wu think I' : payed no Federal taxes and in : and independence when h* withstood their official capacities to safeguard t. .

(excluding the Philippine Islands) \ 1 lightly with the bomb and the l1alr\ It would be fine for everybody if' 'most cases little or no local taxes j the pressure put on him by: the financial present and future of

In 1940 and contributed 136 percent I rubbed well so that no oil \ they would raise their wages to our I From the point of view of the domestic labor leaders and voted for the their various counties," ComptrollerLee

of the total number who entered i| detached. This procedure applies to I levels Anyway the problem is very consumer, the utility Indus- I ii iitry' ,i Right to Work Amendment being\ said "At the close of.th* coun-
'
rabbits
both dogs and cat For
the Army. Of these men and | real and is just one of several we expect ; services continued "as usual"in the only member of the House from ties fiscal :year there was a cash

women of Florida who went to war | make only a slight application somedistance to give serious consideration." ; spit of war demand More than the so-called big counties to do .0.1 credit to the 67 counties of $9,649-
above the rabbit. Bathingthe
2.63 per cent failed to return. This i 2,000,000; new homes have been given It wasn't easy: to"do and his 693.93. On top of that they have

figure represents 115 per cent off(i rabhlt Is not necessary REV LYSCUM CROWSON service since Pearl Harbor. Use perhousehold : rose in the eye: of both politico buildings and equipment appraisedat
| DDT Is not recommended for use !
the Army's total dead and mianing.l, on small pet birds It should also CONDUCTED SERVICES FOR ]l has steadily, Increased!! and the public as a result. That he 2661390558. They have machinery -

:Most Of the persons who were determined :METHODISTS SUNDAY i, and recently reached the. all-time i acted in accordance with the view worth 123002669. Theirinvestments
be used In nbout fish
not or
ponds.i
to have died were carriedfor ii high of 100 kilowatt-hours per of the bulk of the voter of Floridawas stand at $4,949,48688
Remove fish howls when spraying i i I I
periods of at least one year In : : Rev Lyscum Crowson filled the month per average customer And substantiated when the people and their Incidental Inventories add
in about the of the house.
or rooms '
a missing status, and were declared pulpit at the Methodist Church here the average unit price of residential ratified the amendment at the up to 11462340. All those figures
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dead under Public Law 41)0\ 77th I \VTHO\Y BELLERE FATHER Sunday morning at the 11 o'clock service as well as commercial servicewas II polls I make the county governments worthin

Congress, after thorough investigation -, service :Mr. Crowson is the son of 11 per cent less in 1945 thanIn Perry E Murray: of Polk Countyhas : cash and visible assets $42,456-
OF MRS VINCENT BOROMEI: ,
of each case. Rev. F. L. Crowson who was the :; 1940-as a result of greater efficiency shown himself to be one of the 73646. I think I have a right to
DIED AT HOLLYWOOD JUNE 29 |
The "death rate" In various states pastor of the Methodist Church here I and more Intensified use of most conscientious and hard work- join Florida taxpayers in being

(which also includes missing) followed for a Dumber of years during the equipment-even though wage increased Ing members of the legislative body: proud of our county: officials."

closely tho proportions of Anthony Bellere died nt his homein early 1920' and Is now attached to ] nearly 30 per cent In the On numerous occasions he has ex- Just how the wealth of Floridahas

their contributions to Army strength Itollywood Beach Sunday afternoon .- the Methodist Conference of West same period, and all other operatingcosts hibited his ability: as ,.e. leader and grown In recent years has been
June 30, following a heart attack |
although some dislocations were was'a Virginia. I rocketed upward. he holds the respect and admirationof revealed by the report which shows
He was 61 years old and
noted especially in the case of New Rev. Crowson and his wife and In the words of the Inatltute'sbulletin his colleagues, which I II a matter that In 1912 the total tax valuation

Mexico which early in the war suffered naturalized American born In two children had been visiting at "The utility Industry ended of primary Importance when a fel were 21288751500. In 1945 they
Italy. Mr. Bell re moved to Holly: I
heavy casualties in a National the home of his father and mother the war with adequate capacity: low I I. a candidatte for the Speak were 259786393800.
wood Beach about a :year ago from
meet the demands, either historical
Guard unit in the Philippine New nt Jupiter and stopped here over to ershlp. Of the four announced can

Mexico, with four-tenths of one per Fort Pierce where he had lived I Sunday. or prospective, and has completely didates Perry Is probably: the probably make a good average
many years. He was a member of] ____ refuted the continuous I
cent of the nation's population, contributed PlerceJ pro-' strongest and will prove a hard man speaker, the odds are against him
the Catholic Church of Fort of shortage! That
043 of one per cent of the \V. D. COKER ATTENDS I phecie 'power to beat. in the race with such men as Mc
He Is survived by his wife, Reva, !
should retard the "pork I
achievement ;
Army's strength, and suffered 0.66 4-H LEADERS SCHOOL I Thomas B. Dowda Is quiet and reserved i Mullen Murray and Dowda and he
of Hollywood ; three sons, Edward I
barrel" drive of politicians to socialize -
of one per cent of the Army': total I but possesses ability as an is probably the low man on the
John and Louis, and four daughters,
deaths. The state's death rate in W. D. Coker was one of the 161! the power business-to the i I organizer and h. 1 II widely: known totem pole in the present race.
Mrs. Vincent Boromel of Okeecho-l'
the Army was 4.77 per cent as com- 14-H| Club leaders attending tMiI| destruction of an essential Industry: I and respected at a lawmaker for his This silly business running for

pared to the national average of bee, Miss Melva Bollere Mrs Connie Mrs.Clara -. ,I: tractor maintenance course held at which has met every demand, which< sound judgment, ability: to analyzea the Speakershlp of a house that is
Becker of Washington and
2.98 per cent. the University of Florida during the Is one of the largest taxpayers: and I situation and assemble his facts yet to be created and of which the
Spence of Camp Spring, Md.j course which I II planning a nation-wide
week. This In
past tractor A member of the JenklnsDowdateam
The highest death rate was 5.05 I a candidates themselves are not members
per cent for the District of Columbia Funeral services were conducted maintenance and lubrication, to ensure | postwar Improvement policy. But It 1 his most effective work was may be fun but it doesn't make
Wednesday afternoon, July 3, at the will\ not, so long as there i h "pork"for
but this figure Included numerous M.j more efficient operation was i! In digging out the facts that made sense. It Is bound to Influence the
Hollywood :Mortuary with Rev. vote In the Federal Treasury. '
Regular Army: personnel who sponsored by the Florida Extension his case while Joe Jenkins did most votes of those legislator In the
F. :Monahan with burial j j1Ir.
gave their home addresses as The I In Southern Memorial officiating Park In North I''Service and the American Oil Com-- Ipany. I) I of the vocal !fork in committeerooms 1947 house and is a dangerous procedure -

Adjutant General Washington, although Miami. and Mr. Barney Blum left and on the floor of the .

they did not actually live in __ I Mr. Coker, and each of the other I Wednesday morning for St. Augustine -J House The kind of a race he run In a conference with the writer

the nation's capital. Other high i, leaders taking the course, will return where they: joined their son-in- for Speakershtp depends on how bad Neil McMullen admitted this and
Parker his
death rates were noted In Montana, Abney returned to to their counties and hold local law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs J. he realy want it. He ha a pretty: stated that Je was personally opposed
home here this week after spendinga
with 453 per cent: North Dakota, week in Alabama. schools These schools, while C. Jones, and left for Vine Grove, good record of getting what he goes to such early: announcements

4.14 per cent, and Arizona 4.01 per '_ I: primarily for 4-H Club members Ky. After a visit there they will go after but until some tort of an understanding

cent. The lowest death rate was in lowest rate. Other states with low j will be open to any Interested on to Baltimore Md, where they I P. Guy Crew I II a good run-of-the could be reached among all

the case of the Territories which death ratios were Mississippi 232 tractor operator Complete details will spend some time. They expectto mill legislator; there II nothing I II house members, a candidate had no

lost only 1,18 per cent of their per cent; Louisiana 234 per cent: will be given lat"r.Advertise be away about six week I particularly brilliant\ or outstanding I! other choice. Would it be In orderto

itrength Among the states, :Mary Alabama 2.54 per cent, and .Florida 'I I| In his legislative record that the suggest to legislator that "There

land. with 2.20 per cent had the 2.63 per cent. ''I, In The News Advertise in The News ;i i writer can recall. Whilehe he would ought to be a law"'




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FRID\Y, JULY 12 1941
1I1K OKEECHOBEE NEWS
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mll.t"i'I'1i:: jilt, x 5 5K".gr9nt"t"t'! 9' H.lt """"nNr" '7"'iIIT'IDmCf.Ut.: ..:;mg: l NOTICE" OP APPLICATION llloolc T, Southwest Addition to ,I rtuucii IDA or coMMrssioMnsUt I \
Qi>hccchUhl\C Nclus 1 OkwhobeeIndlTlded I';VIINIAItCd;I CHAIN.UJL. .
( FOIL TVX DEED .. % Interest In lots 1 :. Ultil.tli
to li Inclusive Block 88, Cityof
IN i BUYING PROPERTYOR | Notice Is hereby given that UlmerJ i III M\1ICL P. UALIEKSON, Agent
Published Every Friday .y tie lI Iv( :dcbt1nt..r.t;: In lot 1 j I ,lui "iiiiMifiH, of trio Inter-
Okeechobee News Co., at Oksccke- Ecl( and his wife Pansy Ezell.I to 12 Inclusive Block 88, City till I nil"' '..iciiifiit. Min'l and I

, bee, Okeechobee. County, Florida INVESTING IN MORTGAGES, BE I tin holders of the following certificate of OkeechobeeIMS for 1'\.rln'po Ii..rll I I: I\'I' '; I
BRYANT BOWDEN Editor 8 SURE THE TITLE IS CLEAR. HAVE ". have filed said certificates forM NAT: MI'HOM.MI; :>} 1'I;I M'' i i I Ifit' ,I ilk.' nkLLibuUi Luuiitr,
1 : :_: : .\'! t: 01' 10''I.Oil 1 :urdnFLORID
bo Issued thereon Tho
tax deed to
Entered ss ....00" rims matter Joy AN ABSTRACT PREPARED BY I I _
1. 1014 at the Post Office In Okecrh- U certificate minbers and years of Is- -- -
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of the
u ace, the description prop
\) SUBSCRIPTION RATB K'oe Abstract CompanyJ. .; erty, and( the names In which It was

One Year In advance .........$..0. assesied folowsi L9ILITARYACADEMY
Six Month In advance . .. .., 1.00 I are as
Three Months In advance ..... .75 L. BARBER, Manager ;:9 9t Certificate No. 308, year of Issuance ,
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1920.Certificate
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rents Reading a line notices. hates In for local display eolnmns adnr W I.xxxRnixlRalftcrniiali.x.IihngAhnttlt-: ; ,tloc.:::11 lOt)! IIlIltltlfe'Jt.UJe,1G | No 1087, year of Is- I 1' fb .,,.,

\ tilling farnlihed on application. Class. I nuance 1927.Certificate 11 JI lu ;
fled advertising 2 rents each ward
ner Insertion All Items regarding enterprlnes State Ko. sift No. 646, year of Issuance :l
condnrted. for profit are I RFPOKT OF CONDITION" OF THE 1931. I
ti't'tpv
chargeable/ at advertising rates. t l r tM rah ns
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Description property esitiroq achaab r

OKEECHOBEE COUNTY BANKOF 1. Beg 100 ft. S. of NE Cor of [I "" grognised m one of Andtot 9.0.7.eutetendta0 C. sate. 'ad ese d lM atct1"d. Highest

I NWtt of SEtt, run W 245 ft school M Fbrid. dth 0.L woe Dap t laity .thkt rlatbses6itoq
OKFFCHOBEE IV THE STATE OF FLORIDAAT gating bT broad es el f.
S 150 ft E 245 ft, N 150 ft. Stow habSnq H Oe luniet.OtPt turtharOnited

GILBERTTHEATRE THE CLOSE OF BUSINESS ON JUNE 29, 1946 Sec. 22 Twp 37 S, Rge 85 E, I ,tondetd el igeab'le I'Ua'ited enrolatent.Walrer( yes intkdie,da4"y bdde MIgtsq

A FTS cont. 2 acres. Iroisinq etoMPonaetios /. tttsnde4

loans and discounts (Including no ",rdrnfts) ____..__..?._.-_$ logM8IT 2. Beg 250 ft S of NE Cor of I INW'i eddroaloride./ .
' ;.: !:'. *= :.: -=:.:.=3:.: s! nltpd States Government obligations. dlroit and! guaranteed' __u l""TRT" HOtillpatlons of SEtt run S 60 ft. W I Da 9, ST Ntenbergtty
of Stntes and political .1I" balances with other 1>nnk.. Inclndlnir! reserve halnnpPl.nn 245 ft N 60 ft E 245 ft. In I { 1 e
Friday and SaturdayJuly rash Items( In procens of collation ____..__.. ___________ 2 .OHfl1SHnnk
Premise owned M.70000. furniture and! fixtures II00000: 8WH100 Sec 22, Twp 37 S, Rge 85 E,
Other onset __ ___.___.____u_........._ __n u_._________._....... 10000Himnnd cont. 1 I
12, IS, 1941 acre. --
TOTAL ASSETS u_____.......______ ..._.__...____..._. ",80i.822.88: 8. Beg 77 ft. N tit 245 ft W of Ir---- -- ---- -
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1.itBILITiEA! NE Cor of NWVi of SEH run
Ralph Scott and I S332ft.W 116 ft. N 122 ft. REAL ESTATE AGENT WANTEDActive
Gypsy Rose Lee dcpnslls of Individuals, partiiPMhlm. and corporations $ 7M.((1M 40'
I Time dppo.(lts of Individuals, psrtnerihlpii, and corporations ____ RSMBflflnpponUn E 16 ft. N 210 ft. E 100 ft In man or woman to list, show and sell\ Farms and ,country
In of nlted States Government Indinllnir poetal..nvinesl. .. 2O7SOHO 'I .
I DppnMts of States and political subdhlnlona _____.. _..._ ___ 417M2MPppopltn > Sec. 22, Twp 37 S Rge 85 E, to people our National Advertising bring. to you.
-? n properties
"BELLE OF THE YUKON" of hanks ._..................___.n_... ______......._?. 1000000 cont. 3 acres. I
Other floponlts certified' and officers' .hecks, etc) __.________... 448112TOTAL : Experience not essential, we train you for the work.
(Technicolor) DEPOSITS' _____.._....___.u___.______ 11241./S fl30TOTAI Name In which assessed, Lola .

also I LIABIIITIF' (not Including subordinated I Ezell, Joe Mulberg, Vivian Martfn.! A profitable permanent connection with the World' Largest

obligations( shown below) .....__...__.___._._____.._____ ".2U./lOfl.80/ All of said property being In the in business 48 Many of
I II Country Real Estate Agency; years.
"FOLLOW THAT WOMAN" of Okeechobee, State of I
I CAPITAL \'m'ST!'! County '

'* ,_ _.- _._... .. __ __ _$ 2300000,I Florida. I I our agents are earning over $8,000 per year.
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SPORTS !Surplus ......--.*...=:-_.-__--__ ____ -- ---- vr,fytn.no certificates located in towns or villages\ or
NEWS REEL n.lUlrted. profits _,-----rr.r,..,ri": ::"JII: : ::::I""II: ::"-::I 1726M I Unless such certificate or Preference given to applicants

I shall be redeemed according main highways at edge of town or village.
TOTAL CAPITAL ACCOUNTS ..__.__.._._..____......__.___.I ifl, _0,59 to law, the property described in ,I I on

TOTAL LIABILITIES AND CAPITAL ArforNTS .._..__.1130332283 such. certificate or certificates will\ Our Field Representative will contact .you during the first part

Sunday and Monday This bank'. capital( consists, of: be sold to the highest bidder at the I of April. Please writ*-stating address and phone.
I Common stock with total par value of 12300000MKMOItVMH .
court house door on the first'Mon STROUT REALTY AGENCY

day in the month of August, 1946, LakelanS Florida
P 0. Box 1054
14 15, 1946 .
July :
Pledged l assets (nnd spcnrltlm banned .
(book value] ) which Is the Bth day of August,
Ul) U. a. Goveimnpiit ol.llanilons, direct and guaranteed, I Offices Coast to Coast
I pledged to some deposits( and other llnlillltlps ..._.. U7i.OOO.OO: 1946.
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Drpoaitu" 'cO'ured 1 ''*' pledged| t"t to Court of
l pursuant requirements (Seal!) Clerk of Circuit
with of law _____ __- ...... .._ _._ .. S2,00.00

Sonja Ilenle Depoaite arenred preferred by pledge t ifJ: ::: _.:: :law,.: hat:ant::::::: 50,272: :0 Okeechobee County, Florida 1 1I

Michael O'Shea

. COMEDY CARTOON TOTAL u_--------.---..--...----________...-_____...____--__ $119,322.80pn (I NOTICE

. . NEWS REEL . ... date of ripnrt the required legal reserve against OKPFCHOBrn COUNTY FLORIDA'' Staney's
ililoxlts: In this bank was ... ....-----. .----.. $21811920 June 12. 1946
A K< ts ported( above which were eligible nV'fp'gnl"reserve"
II amoiintiil, to .--.-...--------.._......____.__?_________.._______. $790,00039 NOTICE to IS Sertlon IIEHEIIY: 0 GIVEN of Chapter that I I
Si'son11":! Laws of Florida, Acts of 11)37.1knoun I I
ComingAttractions T, S. H. 101l1l0101.1. V'terrcl nwene lionlo the nbnve U true, and that It tully and correctly pursuance of Chapter 2<()flS8. Laws of
1'.1'.1'1110. the true' data or the several herein contained 1 an"et lorl.ln Acts of 1941 known. the
I forth In the beat of lilY kno"'hlIe and, sur( 1.\HIJr..HIII D1UINAGE DIS RADIO AND APPLIANCE ;
Correct-\tte.t: s'. II MrnoiG\ID. flee I'rtildmt TllirT ACT, the following described
'F\LIEN ANGEL"" t .TO. I'pnrcer Il\n.1.I slttiattd In Fiergladts: ralnllll'e I
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Ll'E DMIIIV" J. M nor. su' will be offered for sole I nt public'( SERVICEALL
"RO\D TO UTOPI."A .\" Directors. ontcrv for the highest and bent cosh
bid subject to the right. of the Truetees
D THEN THERE WERENONE" I State of Florida, Count of Okooohobee. n: of the Internal Improvement'i,
I''orl1 too 111111 l"h.'rllll',1 before me thta 1'\1' (10) of .Tuly 10411 anti Fond anti it the Hoard of Commls i
1 hereby certify that I nm not nn officer or director of this bonk. loners of ":\'prI11nd," Drainage 1>1'-1 I I Itrlit
lit I to rejtit any and all bids, at therourthoime WORK GUARANTEED 90 DAYS
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I I & My coininUslon expires Feb 20, 1010mEADY I o'clock A. M on the IBth day aJ
July, 104U" As to all parcels of
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other minerals; : will be reserved by' I
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Easements for road right of :
war 200 feet vide' nlll he reserved by Electric and Battery
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!Idliii) REPORT OF COUNTY FINANCES
I"" / Compensation payments during

,iii I unemployment in Okeechobee county
SOCIAL FIsuRECANrBr1O
NEWS I for the week ending June 29 Okeechobee CountyFOR

IIII 1 IIII"r amounted to $10250 and was paid

I I:':! ::!i15;:.:i25::ISi::-- 5:.: ::ii5:.:C'r: :=-,f I to six persons, three male and three THE YEAR ENDING SEPTEMBER 30, 1945

female, Carl B. Smith, Chairman of _
Mrs Van Cawthon and ion John WOMAN'S MISSIONARY SOCIETYThe
have atl I II the Florida ndustrial Commission, iSLCCE5 Report of County Flnnnvra for the 'pn' tiding pternhpr 80 lf)41 1* reported
\returnod to their home .
reported. I to the (C'nmptrnl1i, hv the clerk flri-ull r-iirt and the Hoard of
Clewlston after spending two weeks W. M. S. of the First Baptist County rnmmlSHliiiiprs of okp, 'hohep rniinlx, Inrlcln' sod Is hereby pub-
I| Payments throughout the state linked under provisions of Section IJMM Klnrliln Statute of 1041
here with her parents, Mr and Mrs, Church met at the home of Mrs. E.
| for the same week amounted to
J. M. I.m Comptroller
John Chandler. J. Wilaon for their regular monthly
$105,426 and were made to 6,513
business meeting Tuesday, July 8th., fONSOI.IPATION OF ALL FtTNIt-4 ADMIVIITFIIFD flY COUNTY
I persons, 3,520 men and 2.003 women.
; Mrs Ida Chandler and grand Mrs. G. C. Durrance led the devo \ (<)1lufdgIt\FRe: .
I This was an increase since the peel -
daughter, Dorrls, of Ft. Myers, were tional. Reports were given by the HFCEIPTS: '
'i vlous week from $93,456.50 In total
visitors spending several days of various officers and other business I' Cnxh Balance October 1. 1944 .?. .....____... f 33,03103
payments and from 0,220 In number : tirrpnt Ad Valoiwn! Tuxes ___.... f 44.071 to
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.' this week with relatives In Okee attended to, after which social
a I of claimants. Tax: Itedemptloni __._--_........._........ 422.14
chobee. time was enjoyed by Mrs J. T. Collins U e .ea ____ "._ """_. f.7I: 70
Compensated claims in this county KXPPBS Fws (fronnty Officers!!.....!_._...__ 000
Sr., Mrs. G. C. Durrance, Mrs. I were classified asi I Hues aud Forfeitures ....__.._._........ RMOR2
Miss Shirley Davis, who is employed Carl T. Durrance, Mrs Clyde Dur- Boeing Commission ..__._...???......_..._ 33.000.00 ,
Skilled Men Womeni usE Miscellaneous Receipts ._._.-,.._....?._..____ 10006Itofumls
In Miami, spent Saturday rance Mrs. Merideth Raulereon, Mrs 'i'ran.fer. _. 0.00
I q and Sunday In Okeechobee with her Henr/Hunter, Mrs. 0. L. Raulereon, i Pipefitter 1 0 : Baleii"l! rve trnentVetcr"IIII"I"!! 154070
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i Foreman, Building 1 0 Total Itecelpti I ? 86, M.38
parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Davis. Mrs. F. F. Burr, Mrs. Jeff Smith,
Mrs. Dave Coker, Mrs. Sam Davis,I Semiskilled I Total Available .__._........_......... 1122.067.31
Motor Grader Operator 0 r
Mr and Mrs Nathan Zelmenovltz Mrs A. M. Smith, Mrs. H. E. Shaf-'I I .
I Unskilled I EXPENDITURES
received a telegram Saturday announcing fett, Mrs. J. A Lowry, Mrs. Dorothy
I I I Laborer, Canning 0 8 General Administration ___.__________._.... $ 11.170,09
Mrs
the arrival of twins, a boy I i Kay, Martin Hancock, Mrs I JARS Law Enforcement and Court Coiti ........_... 11.1\03 60Hna
and girl, at the home of their Ion Irvin Register, Miss Jerry Weed ,l and Bridge Expenditures ...?._.... 01l.2..1
COACH AND OFFICIAL SCHOOL Welfare (All Phases .____.._.__.__.....____ 4.4:)IB) 21
t and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Harry Mason Mrs. Charlie CAPf, LIDSRU66tRf Agriculture and Publicity _.._____.._..._.. 8,574.02
Rudolph Zelmenovlti In New York. Hardin, Mrs. C. H Eiland, Mrs. J. Florida Coaches and Officials, A Transfers __._._._.._....... ._..__....._. 000 ,
school opened at Florida Military i MlKcollaneoun: Expenses ........................ 17,49323
Dr. and Mrs. F. P. Maupal left E. Cone, Mrs 0. j, Price, Mrs. C. I

I'' \ last Saturday for Virginia where R. Bibb and Mrs. Wilson Mrs. Wilson academy last week with such famous -' Ball Blue And Book.follow To UMractloMbith Temporary Debt ...................___,-..__ 0.00
Southern coaching stars as Ray'mond 1M your copy Funded Debt Including Interest _.. 24,014 44
J they are spending two weeks. They was asslstetd by Mrs. C. R. "Bear" end 100 with your aim,and addrewtoiU Other Debt Expenses -....._._ 531471
j home Sunday July 21. Bibb and Mrs 0. J. Price. Wolf, head football I InvstmcnU ----------------------044 ....._..._....... 000
are expected coach at the University of Florida, HOTHIM COMPANY, Meade,led. t'll pnlrl BlllH\ October 1, ._._.__.._.____._ 000
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and Adolph Rupp, University of Total Authored Expenditures ____.__.____. 0:1.1"117,04: >
i r Mrs. Cecil Mobley and daughter, GEMS FOR YOUR SCRAPBOOK Kentucky basketball mentor, as I.em Kills Unpaid Sept. 30 1945 ...._. 0.00
Misl! Claudine, left last Thursday
) Happiness I members of the faculty. ELECTRICAL, WORK Net Dlshnrxpinenti _,_..._.... $ M.807 M
for Kannapolls, N. C., where they I
What happiness Is, the Bible Other noted members of the Cavil 11018 lice. September 30 1043 __... 28,10037
went to visit relatives. Mrs. Mobley
alone show. clearly and certainly, : coaching staff, which Is under the I Total DUtiursiini-iifi and Cash Balance_..____ (122,00731
returned to her home here Monday
and points out the way that leads to direction of Al Rogero athletic P. P. EVANS
while her daughter remained there | dl'l
the attainment of Coleridge. I rector of the academy, are .
for two weeks 'II
a stay.
Happiness is neither within us Harding, University of Miami football ,,

only, or without us; It Is the unionof I coach, and Jack McDowell, Rol.: HOLLE WIRING Advertise in The Okeechobee News
Mrs. F. E. Dasher and little I .
ourselves with God.-Pascal. I line College football coach. High ,

daughter, Saundra, left Tuesday to The strength and the happiness school coaches, prospective college .
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week here with Mr. '
after spending a way in which God Is going, and going officials have been arriving at ,

and Mrs. J. C. Platt. In that way, too.-H, W. Beecher I FM\ all week to study under "these I,

When mortal man blends his I experienced InstructorsOLASSIFIED. ,
The Okeechobee News I. In re-
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thoughts of existence with the spiritual
ceipt of a notice from the Naval and works I d
only as God works,

Personnel Separation Center atl I I Tie will no longer grope In the dark
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Jacksonville which states thnt Roy ADS
and
cling to earth because he has
W. Draughon, Jr, was discharged not tasted heaven.
8. Mary Baker "':":" :":":";..:..::0':":":":":":":":":":":":":":":'
from the Navy there on July Eddy.

Happiness in this world when It FOR SALE i
Miss Virginia Swain has returned I'
comes, comes Incidentally. Make it -- - 4t
to her home In Palatka after spendIng the object of pursuit, and It leads
FOR SALE
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Dodge
some time here with her uncle i
j us a wild-goose chase and Is never
condition
and aunt, Mr and Mrs. S. M. Swain j I attained.-Nathaniel Hawthorne.As throughout See
Stairs at County all.. 8-ltc
and family. Miss Elizabeth Swain j
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we are now living an eternitv I
returned to Palatka with her and Is' - - - --- --
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spending this week there. Orenvllle Kelser. FOR LEASE s

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Dr. C. R. Bibb returned to his ,
I FOR LEASE 27,000 acres grazing FLORIDA
T. A. SIZEMORE, LONG TIME
home hero after
Monday spendingten lands in Volusla County at annual ) 1St's
RESIDENT OF
days at his old home In Birmingham OKEECHOBEE,
rental ten cents (lOc) per acre. Ad- :
VISITING HERE
Alabaira. I dress Box 458
Okeechobee. News I
T. A.. $Ixemore, who made his Okeechobee, Florida.<

. 4" home In Okeechobee many years,I 'I K
BRING
YOUR arrived here Wednesday afternoon

and Is spending a short vacation WANTED

Printing Needs with Mr and Mrs. P. P. Evans and I I
1---- wonderful for Others '
family. Mr. Sizemore with his wife /
i FIXE RAW LEI G II BUSINESS
TQOkeechobee I moved from Okeechobee to Tyronno -i AVAILABLE In Okeechobee County I It's wonderful for YOU!
N C.. In June 1929 and have ,
I Products sold 20 1500
I made their home at that place Iince.I years.
News families. Nearby Dealer Alvin Graff;
Mrs. Sizemore ;
passed away In FLORIDA's
| making sales of $150 and more myriad attractions are a
I :March of this year. I 7Q
many weeks. Business very good. from
__ _ constant lure to vacationists every- ?_ ?
-- u for full I
paticulars write today.
I where. This is no time to be reckless '
I | Rawl sigh's I Dept. FAG.179.227'1

I i Memphis, Tenn. 7-3t with precious holidays when you have .

CONSERVE AND SERVEI I every heart's desire-so much to see
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ROUGH WASHING WANTED. Della I and do right on your Florida doorstep. .

I Holmes, Riverside Park on 10th I li II Make pleasure your boon com -'--
St., phone 761. 6.2tp

I I __. panion, by sea, by lake or river. .
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II WANTED Young lady of good
II the luxuries of state l _
I &, cL1 !i character to learn nursing at sun. Enjoy a ,, I

I Weems Hospital at Scbring, Fla. 5 that really knows how to be a host. Y '


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The United National Insurance I everywhere there's fun in Florida. Ram

! ; Association, Atlanta Georgia, wants I ISales I J /
I Representative, either male or ble where and when you please- / / I 1 ,

female, In this territory. Experience i comfortably and economically via / l

not necessary as we will train. Use big, luxurious, air-conditioned Florida

local newspaper advertising as well |! Greyhound Coaches.

a. other advertising helps, and If

necessary will finance to help you

Ret started. White only. If interested NIX SERVICE STATION

TEACH address your reply, In strict
W (7 1.yW : ICONOM/; I
confidence, to: Ray T. Blamplcd I
THAT IS ONE OF THE FIRST V/RTOES./ State Manager, .m West Church Phone 16

1809.1865 Street ,lack onvlllc' 2, Florida. 5

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Use and reuse every drop tf cooking CHILLS ft FEVER (J + .1 w

far, and then turn it ever to

your meat dealer Conscientious DUE TO MALARIA 1---\ \

salvage means more soap for you ., RELIEVED %% ; G

and mere edible fats and oils released BY--+ 666 \\

for shipment abroad.EVERGLADES. i Caun Um mJe du"W VIT
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SAFELY AYDS WAY

GRILL Ctl dimmer w/fiovf", .rd.. IT\N\\ Pv

A Eat sureties potato JfI'II"Y
lint cut down. AYDsVTumtaCindy ;
Located In Ridudntr Plan '. sate r
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NOW OPEN ... I..,a.aa.p.raea. .;:!.r.l: wDiSdo 11' (

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REGULAR MEALS AND SHORT ORDERS

,,.AYDB helms IIICII mNl dull, Ohs.ptLl
Sea Foods
Specializing in ,
u.Yet gatvitemlmneesleeasestit
and SteaksOpen &;;ci';, .;,:S.Ards. SO.grl the YDS ,V'lAmia.auppl, 't'REYHOUNDJ/Ze/

6:00 A. 11. till 11:00 P. 51. Phone No. 8MRS. Lt&"I1-: r aIgMraA&i'WISTERIA *tIIe.orr J

'I : GLADYS MOBLEY: Prop. DRUG SUNDRIES |I (

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