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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 19, 1946
Publication Date: -1992
Frequency: triweekly[<1989>-1992]
weekly[ former <1926-1945>]
semiweekly[ former <1981-1983>]
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Okeechobee -- Okeechobee
Coordinates: 27.241667 x -80.833056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 82, no. 91 (Sept. 13, 1992).
General Note: "The voice of the Everglades."
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 6, no. 24 (Jan. 8, 1926).
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Volume 32-Number 9 Okeechobee, Florida, Friday, July! 19, 19"46 Price Five Cents

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MR. AND MRS. W. B. JENNINGS I I UNEMPLOYMENT PAYMENTSIN -or- .

Mrs. Meserve Is SOLD HOME: HERE AND i j Georgia HealthQuarantine OKEECIIOBEE COUNTY Representative and Mrs. Hendry

MOVED TO MIAMI | SHOW DECREASE FOR WEEK

Hostess to Fine Not I Attended Summer Caucus of Senate S

Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Jennings this Payments of unemployment compensation .
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Arts Club Thurs.The week sold their home here and left Verffective In Okeechobee County I
and House in
I' I : I Tampa on Saturday
today for Miami where they will during the week ending July 6
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make their future home. They expect amounted tit $30.00 and were madeto --
Fin Art < 1IIh,1\ <1 their The statement by Georgia health 1-----
to make their home temporarily two men, Carl B. Smith Chairman Representative and Mrs. W. J.
July meeting at the home of Mrs. I officials that 32 of the 48 poliomyelitis -
with their son and daughter-ln- I I of the Florida Industrial Commission RELIEF NEEDS Hendry returned to Okeechobee Sun

R. B. Me.t'fon the Old Dixie ,, law Mr.: and Mrs L. E. Jennings. I| cases In Georgia are along the reported. I A half dozen Baptist pastors and day from Tampa where they spent

Highway on Thursday of last week, Mr. and Mrs. Jennings moved to I I I Jacksonville-Atlanta and Valdonta- Throughout the state, he said, leaders are traveling In as many several days attending the meetingof

Mr. Earnest Hunt being the co- Okeechobee in 1918, coming here Atlanta highways and therefore Indicate payments of $78,418 were made to different directions this week to the State Association of County

hoet.... 4 The regular meeting date from DcSoto City. For many yeareMr. that "our quarantine against 4,920 persons, 2,439 men and 2,4811 make a first-hand study of world Commissioners, the meeting of the
Jennings engaged in farming women. This was a reduction under
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the third of each onj 1 travelers Florida League of Municipalities,
being Tuesday from Florida
was war
conditions. Baptist churches are now
the
figures of the week)
his place in Eagle Bay but for the I previous
month, wa set aside .In order to'' I ranted and might prove successfulin from Relief Cam- and the summer caucus of the representatives
past ten years has been unable to > $105,424 In payments and from i engaged In the World I

honor one of the club members, Miss farm due to his advanced age. I preventing spread of polio In 6,513 In recipients. j paign for $3,500,000. and senators
Is I Mr. Hendry stated that many matters -
Georgia", contradictory, according
Kathleen McCarthy, whose wedding Unemployed person. in this coun I Dr. Louie Newton, President of
of Interest to the people of the
to Dr. Wilson T. Sowder State
date was an event of July 16th. Mr. and Mrs C. E. Britton of ty covpensated while registered as the Southern Baptist Convention, Is ]I State of Florida
Health Officer. > i I were discussed and
The meeting opened on the spacious Miami purchased the W. B. Jennings available for suitable employment, leaving for Russia Dr. Newton waS i whit
I| no action was taken on them
In the
first he said If the
and beautiful lawn with the home this week and havo place, were classified as skilled pipefitter,! the leader in the campaign to pack : at this caucus there was a general

club prayer, followed by a short moved hintto make their future quarantine la successful thereshouldn't one man; semiskilled bulldozer operator kits for Russia during; the war. I I IDrs. understanding about them when the
business this In the form be any travelers from one man. I :
meeting home.
Florida on those highways Also If I M. T. Rankin and B. J. Cau- Legislature meets In April 1947.AmonII' .
of from the various chairmen -
reports
then are on their way to China to
the
32 cases of polio along these two more Important matters
Miss Ruth i routes DexterMcCarthyWedding study Southern Baptist relief needs under discussion was the pos-
Blum !
were supposedly spread by
Mrs. J. M. Roe, program chairmanfor travellers from Florida, It would l there. Dr Rankin Is Secretary of i| siblllty of diverting one cent of the-
the afternoon, provided folder Mission Board and Dr.
the Foreign
state gasoline tax back to the
asking each member to give a' (Ivor- Calvin Lloyd are not then very appear effective.that the That quarantine, however Is Tuesday j Cauthen Is Secretary for the Orient. ties to be used by the county coun-commissioners .
Ite recipe for the bride-to-be' cookbook
Dr. M. E. Dodd, pastor Shreveport
i i. certainly beside the point, for all of the sixty-seven counties -
on the back of the folder ad-1 I I Married Tuesday the Important authorities In public Catholic Church i Louisiana First Church, Is leaving' of the state Also under discussion .
Each gave her special brand of for Australia. He will make a
was the question of dive ting
health have with -
long dispensed
vice for bridal happiness In her future I ago preaching tour while there. the
the Idea that the disease might be cigaret tax money to the
married life. The honoree later 'I' Miss Ruth Blum became the brideof spread along travel routes Miss 'Kathleen; McCarthy became, Dr Josef Nordenhaug, Lynchburg cities to be used by them.In .

s read these quips, many of them Calvin Lloyd in a quiet ceremony Dr. Sowder also wondered why the bride of Vernon L. Dexter in a Virginia has returned to his native discussing these questions Mr.

proving quite amualng. performed at West Palm Beach'' "with admitted ceremony performed at the Catholic Nprway. He will visit many of the Hendry stated that a virtual agreement s
an officially polio
Mrs. R. E. Link gave a group of 1 I Church here Tuesday morning at Baptist churches while there, and had
Tuesday July 9. Rev. Preston Sellers epidemic In northern Alabama, and been reached whereby
selected readings appropriate to the pastor of the Northwood BapI with no record of Georgia having' 10:30.: Father Beerhalter of Fort study relief needs. I these monies would be diverted to
occasion, Including two sonnets, favorites tlst Church officiated. Pierce performed the ceremony. Dr. C. 0. Johnson, pastor of the the counties and cities.

of the bride, by Elizabeth The bride Is the youngest daughter I I Imposed a quarantine against travel The bride Is the oldest daughter Third Church St. Louis, will makea It Is freely predicted that the
from that state, that there have net
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Barrett Browning and Carl Sand- of Mr. and Mrs. Barney Blum of I been reported outcrops of the disease of D. B. McCarthy and was born and tour of the Pacific bases under 1947 session of the Legislature will
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Okeechobee and raised here. She graduated from the the sponsorship of the Chaplain's be
berg.Mrs. was born and raised along the highways of that; one of the stormiest in the his
Albert Davis, the club president here. Okeechobee'' Okeechobee High School and later Commission .
She attended the section ?" He pointed out that thereI tory of the state with many conflicting
e presented the honoree with a''I High School, where she graduated. attended the Florida State CollegeI Florida Baptists' part of this goalIs and controversial question
have been
minimum of
gift from the assembled club members i I only a polio I for Women at Tallahassee $155,400, according to an an .'
She has made her home here all of I coming up to be settled
cases along the upper east coast of| I
a ailver compote.In her life until the past four years,i' j After her graduation there she nouncement made recently by Dr.
Florida, the section from which
the living room, prettily deco when she was engaged In war work. I travellers from this state Into j was named a member of the collegeI John Maguire, Executive Secretaryof LARGE CROPS
rated with white and red gladiolus, Mr Is pass I faculty and taught there She the Florida Baptist Convention.
Lloyd a native of Boston Georgia, while the Alabama outbreak -I re- Large crops of citrus for the 1944-
Mrs. Roe sang two selections, 'f Ky., but has made his home here for is much nearer to the Georgia -,) signed there and returned home on "Many thousands of people are 47 season are Indicated by July con-

%. Love You Truly" and "Oh Promise the past five years. I line. I account of the Illness of her mother, starving! daily," Dr. Maguire explained ditions reported to the Florida

Me", and was accompanied by Mr. and Mrs, Lloyd will make j I Another Illustration of highway I! and later taught in the Okeechobee I "and it is vital that as Farm Bureau by the USDA. Growing

it' Rae Boettger. Mrs'l their home in Okeechobee. j' High School. much relief as possible b.absent Im-. conditions have been favorable
travel not spreadjmtr polio cited j I!
was
At the conclusion I Ii In Broward County. This lies I M*?Dexter Is a nativeof Utah I mediately. Reports Indicate that in most citrus areas and bearing r
salad, cake and tea were served. county II I I and attended Utah State Agricultural the rate of starvation now Is all surface
continues
J to increase. Unit
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between Palm Beach and Dade,
Mrs. Coachman i I
Among the members present were i i 1 1 i I where right along, there has been College. Since his discharge from high aa seventy deaths per minute. ed States orange conditions on July
the honoree Miss Kathleen McCarthy I I the Army Air Forces he' has been Relief funds will be distributed by
I 11 was reported at 80 cent
:I per compared
a continuous local travel; yet only
and her sister Miss Minnie 'I Laid to Rest Here j two polio\ cases have occurred In employed at Hill Army Air Field I the Foreign Mission Board through I with 68 per cent a year earlier

Lee McCarthy, Mrs. J. M. Roe Mrs. 'I that county If there were anythingthe Salt Lake City, Utah. :I Its missionaries. This will save and 74 per cent the 10-year average
Albert Davis, Mrs. H. H Raulerson I After a two weeks time and expense, as well as be' the
I honl'ymooni (1935-45.
Grapefruit
Tues. Afternoon to Idea that the disease Is ear.Ii I aver-
Mrs. Annie McKinnon Mrs. R. E. i they will go to Tallahassee where'| most effective means of distribution -
I! aged 67 per cent-2 points higher
rled bv highway travel, It Is reason- I
Link, Mrs. Carl Durrance Mrs Nathan Ii Mrs. I .
Dextetr will take
six weeks
I t able to believe that Broward might| a ,I than a year ago and 8 points above
Zelmenovitz, Mrs. C. R. Boyles I course at the Florida State College the
I Funeral services were conducted be overrun by It. Many other such I average.
Mrs Bryant Bowden, Mrs. A. L..I: i at the Seventh Day Adventist church illustrations could also be cited. j I for Women. Later they will go to Game Commission I The USDA nationwide forecast Indicates -
Boettger, Mrs. Ernest Hunt and Mrs Salt Lake City where they will make
here Tuesday afternoon at 3 o'clock | Dr. Powder re-emphasized that that crops of potatoes vegetables -
R. B. Meserve. ( I their homeFLORIDA
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I for Mrs. Rosa B. Coachman, wh i Georgia quarantine against Florida citrus and most other fruits

SER\fcE died at the Vero Beach Hospital Is unwarranted, unenforcahle and : Hear Commercial will be large, but dry beans and
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I Sunday afternoon at six o'clock. :I 1 certainly not effective even If it FARMS ARE sweet potatoes will be under average -

WILL BE RESUMED Elder Harlan of Lakeland and Elder were enforceable" j,i 20 ACRES LARGER i;> Fishermen Aug. 11 I Prospective commercial early
Unit library service for school of'I I ; 'I THAN 5 YEARS AGO I II I potato crop is estimated to be 431-
,i Hatch of Melbourne conducted the He said he feels greatly encourI -
Florida will be re.umed'thia fall\ by[: | services I aged at the present polio picture In''i' Florida Farms are 20 acres larger!] I 672,000 bu., 1.5 per cent larger than

the General Extension Division of : than they five In' this week's Issue of'The Okee the 1945 harvest some 400,000 bushels -
were and
Mrs. Coachman was 74 years old the state Cases have been falling years ago :) I
the University of Florida, Dean B. farm has Increased 55 chobee News 111'11be\ found the off-) less than the harvest In
I and was born In Demopolla, Ala., off for the past several days and I acreage per crop
C. Riley announced this week. and moved to Okeechobee about 30 It is hoped that the next few weeks cent the research division of the I' clal notice from the Game and 1943. Sweet potato crop for 1946. Is

The service, carried on In cooperation 'I years ago. She made this her home will put the state in the clear from I Florida State Chamber of Commerce'i Fresh Water Fish Commission o'fj estimated at 65,326,000 bu., as com

with the American Legion since that time. I| It he disease In the past the outbreaks I brought out after a study of advance .!j the State of Florida notifying everyone pared with 66,836,000 bu. in 1945.

Auxliary has been In operation i' She Is survived by five daughters ,; have reached the crest sometime I reports of the 1945 census of II; of a meeting that has been I Commercial truck crops during

since 1940, except for one year, Mrs. Francis Hancock and Mrs. In August. It Is hoped howj agriculture I called for Thursday August 8, 1946, July, August and September present

19 5.46 when because of wartime I Marvin Mobley, Okeechobee; Mrs.j'I I ever, that since It had such an early i It was stated that "these reports at the Roosevelt Hotel in Jackson I the folowlng picture Snap beans,

problems, It was impossible to con- I Florence Dixon, Miami; Mrs Laurel I start this year, that it Will also carry tabulations of acreages and I I ville. The call gives notice that cantaloupes celery, cucumbers Hon

tinue. Sapp, West Palm Beach; Mrs. Rosa I' have an early finish. production volumes of livestock and the Commission will hear the ques ey Dew melons, lettuce, onions,

The unit library has grown out of Perdue. Greenville Alabama; one !1 Once again Dr. Sowder urged : leading crops. To date they covera Lion of commercial fishing in Lake green peppers spinach, tomatoes and

the old traveling library service established I son, James Coachman, Miami; and folks to be as calm as possible, not random sampling of 47 of the Okeechobee and Lake George. I watermelons will be available in

In 1923 through which thirteen grandchildren and five great to spread rumors, and to believe I state's 67 counties, representing a At the time of the call for the comparatively large supplies, wilt

small schools and particularly rural I grandchildren; three brothers all'' only official reports about the comprehensive cross section of the meeting of the Commission that was be larger than last summer's, and

schools were provided with library residents of Alabama, and two sisters ., ease from the health dll.I'I agricultural structure. held In Ocala on July 11 Representative will be well above average.

'facilities which could not be obtained in Georgia I "The great Increase In farm acreage Hendry and a number oft I Supplies of carrots and cauli-

In any other way. ,I Following the services at the Mr. and Mr. F. F. Burr received I I may be accounted for by two I others attempted to get the Com flower are expected to be smaller

Approximately 3,000 volumes now I I church the body was laid to rest In 1' a letter this week from their sonHudnon principal factors first, the development mission to hear {them as regards I than for this period last year but e

are available and the library is added ::i the Okeechobee cemetery. i who enlisted In the army I'. of Improved forest-crop and commercial fishing In Lake Okee well above average Crops of beets,

to constantly through fund. I several weeks ago In which he said; pasture lands and the Increase In I I chobee and Lake George but the eggplant and Honey Ball melons are

supplied by the Auxiliary and funds CARD OF THANKS !1\ he was now stationed at Camp Dix, 'I land actually under cultivation. The Commission told them at the time expected to be larger than a year

available for library purposes under We wish to thank the people ofj j! New York. He stated that he had 1' latter stood at 10 per cent and Is an ,I that the meeting there was relfu.1 ago although somewhat below aver-

the Extension Division's budget. I Okeechobee for their kindness durIng I been to New York City and liked the accurate gauge of the state's growth purpose of making rules and age. Summer crops of. line beans,

Teachers who do not have materi-l I the recent \illness and death of|I Ilour army fine so far. I; In food and feed production. : lations for the coming hunting season cabbage sweet corn, and green pe.1are

ala available for teaching particular mother, Mrs. Rosa B. Coachman. -- I I The researchers commented that and that the Commission would Indicated to be smaller than In a

phases of almost any subject can''i,I: We wish to especially thank them Proto Joel Nalley has returned to I' "the trends for general agricultural i call another meeting about the middle I 1945 and below average.

on request, obtain selected books,i| for the beautiful flowers. Okeechobee from Bunnell where he 'I activity In the state are indicated by of August for the purpose of II III Late spring production of strawberries
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fiction as well as non-fiction. Titles |'i Mrs. Francis HancockI spent last week attending to business these advance reports but that dataon hearing the commercial fishermen. Is indicated at 8,092,000

In each of the units are selected by'I Mrs. Florence Dixon specialty crops confined to certain I Already plans are under way for crates, compared with i 2,402,000

age groups for authoritatlveness' Mrs. Laura Sapp ',I areas and not, as yet reported :, several delegations to go to 'the crates In 1945 Total production of

and for literary quality. .i i Mrs. Rosa Perdue cent; truck vegetable acreage 60 percent In full cannot be secured until the meeting in Jacksonville at which strawberries for all commercial

Among the topics which are eov- | Mrs. Nathalie Mobley ; and sweet potatoes IT percent '' census Is completed. Such crop Is time it Is expected something definite -I areas this year la Indicated at 7-

ned by unit libraries are Asiatic I I.| James. Coachman celery." will be decided in regard' to 266.000 crates.

countries, radium, astronomy, eitl-''I\ _________ _ "Losses were reported in the 41I I Increased production of specific commercial fishing i '

zenship tle'lth. money, newspapers> vice to Florida's schools are the county total In certain vegetablecrops : basic crops during the five-year per. The Okeechobee News Is in receiptof

safety snakes television American I I package library film library and which go principally to can- lod was cited as follows! hogs and Kit Bowden, editor and publisher a card from Mr. and Mrs. W. H.
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history. I the unit picture collection services nlng plants (caused by metal shortages pigs 140 per cent; cattle and calves of the Monticello News, was a visitor Russell who are vacationing In New
Units consist of from three to1 I of the extension division available ), well In tobacco and In I:
as as 50 per cent; milk 28 per cent; eggs spending a few hours here York State. They were at Bemus

twenty books. Augmenting this ser- I:I also on request corn," the study concluded. ,. I II I 9 per cent; Irish potatoes 60 per Sunday. I Point N. y,

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Published Okeecbobee Every News Co Friday, at Okeeek.y tile .:..=..:..:..=..:..:..;..:..:..:..:..:..:...:..:..:..:..;..:..:..:..) I i dome Miss here Alice Friday Bans returned night after to her a I, Description 1. Be;. 100. ft.property S...of :NE Cor of Okeechobee Armature Shop

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bee Okeechobee County, two weeks vacation spent In GeorI + NW'4 of SEV run W 215 ft 'Ii

FOR SALE I I gin and North Carolina and Is again S 150 ft E 245 ft. N 150 ft.
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BRYANT BOWDEN Idlto I
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Entered as |M-nnd elms matter July" I the local office of the Florida toot. 2 acres i ELECTRIC MOTORS, FANS

1, st the oCr In Oketwk FOR SALE- Two rood desks One Power and Light OompafTy. 2. Beg 260 ft S of NE Cor of
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bee Is.. under of Mar. 8, lift* I
_. large and one small Okeechobee N VU or SE'4 run S 60 ft. W I
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SUBSCRIPTION RATE News. > :Mary Schulman, County ProsecutIng 245 ft. N 60 ft. E 245, ft I In i I *f

One Year In advance . . . ....f04 -- Attorney, returned to her home See 22, Twp 37 S, Rge 85 E,
Six Months In advance .....to 1.00 REPAIREDAll ,
in Okeechobee last Friday after cont. 1 acre
Three Months In advance ..... ..71Resiltnr I
FOR LEASE spending three weeks In the North. 8. Beg. 77 ft. N & 245 ft. W of

notices In local column, 16 While away she visited in Indiana NE Cor of NWtt of SEtt run

rents a line. Rates for dlsplar New York City, Toronto, Quebec and S312ft.W 116 ft. N122ft. I Work Guaranteed
rising furnished on application
Ifled Ivertlslnf. 2 rests each a4ftr'j I FOR LEASE 27,000 acres grazing Montreal, Canada I Eleft.N210ft.E100ttin a
nr Insertion All Items reudlo
terprlses conducted for profit an lands In Volusla County at annual |I Sec 22, Twp 37 S Rge 35 E, I

chargeable at advertising rate. rental ten cents (lOc) per acre Address Mr. and Mrs J. L. Barber received i cont 3 acres

---- _.- - -- -- Box 458, Okeechobee News, I a telegram last Friday announcing Name In which assessed, Luis C. L STRICKELLocated

Okeechobee Florida 8 the arrival of a baby girl at the : Esell, Joe Mulberg Vivian Martin.

home of Mr. and Mrs Frank Barber ;!' A1of\ said property being In the I Markham Building .

at Lincoln Nebraska, Friday She County of Okeechobee, State of in

INSURE WANTEDFINE weighed eight pounds I I Florida j I
I North Park Street
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Unless such certificate or certl-1'
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CANNING Mrs J. T. Hancock has returnedto ficates shall be redeemed according

RAW LEIGH BUSINESSAVAILABLE her home here after spending ten'' to law, the property described In I

SUCCESS In Okeechobee County days In New York City such certificate or certificates will tt

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r making sales of $150 and more I Everglades City spent Saturday and, day In the month of August 1946,
WANTEDActive
,"sr t REAL ESTATE AGENT
many weeks Business very good Sunday here. I which Is the 6th day of August

for full patlculars write todayRawtelgh's i I 1916 man or woman to list, ihow and sell Farms and country

i Dept FAG.179-22T> Mr. and Mrs Gilbert Culbreth ; Dated this 28th day of June 1946. properties to people our National Advertising brings to you

Memphis Tenn 7-St were visitors spending Sunday and
MABEL P. RAULERSON
I I Experience not essential, we train you for the work.
Monday in Jacksonville I (Seal) Clerk of Circuit Court of i

I Okeechobee County Florida A profitable permanent connection with the World's Largest
WANTED Young lady of good NOTICE I I
character to learn nursing .t The rtonrl of I'onntv Commissioners .. I Country Real Estate Agency; In business 46 years. Many of
of Ikepfhibee County hereby In I
\Veems Hospital at Sebrlng ,Fla 5 rite bide I for \\,11,11111" and doors to our agents are earning over $3000 per year.
IP IIM"II I In tin Htrnctlnn it the | ELECTRICAL WORK
usFwv t Ilk 'ilnhic County 110",1101umber., :' I Preference given to applicants located in towns or villages, or
"hll\l'1I err those nuearliir" on the'
United National Insurance pious lit anil' |boepltnl| lull |.Inns heI I I on main highways at edge of town or village
The lig on file with the Hoxpltnl ('ommltIi P.P. EVANS
Association. Atlanta, Georgia, wants I of the H'lirl IIf ('onM, (oiiimli I Our Field Representative will contact you during the first part
: clouts I nod 1 "11'n 11 IIIR""I'1I1111| nt any
f Sales Representative, either male or 11111" ill rlii if iixlnexs hours: I of April. Please write-stating address and phone
III IM miiHl 11 1'.1\0.1 I lI11t lit.r than
fimile in this Experiencenot
territory. I M.n.Iniigiixt nth. liHI mil ,I h'II'ryIlIlIHt HOU. E WIRING STROUT REALTY AGENCY
necessary as we will train Use I h. R'n".I.I I
JARS local advertising as well I 7 nlml \\'.. :l ft. In X 1ft.. ,J Ii X P 0. Box 1054 Lakeland, Florida
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2 .1.,1'I 2 fl. 10 In x 0 ft. 10 In xI I AND APPLIANCESERVICE
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sOL I 1 ..I..n I .t'. n. 0 In. x fl fl l. 10 t In \ LOST 52 Lbs.!
M Ana ,11". In. pr doors. Bliss WEAR SIZE 14 AGAIN"
rffiiHTiil I 2 .I."ro./I ft. il In x 0 ft 10 ,In. ItII MRa c. D. Wctla "T.WORTH
III rlnss, AI I"otund Hen-).
(II 1 d|"ur. ft H In x II ft 10 III. x You m.y 10.. pound. and hays.mot. . ,
ICllrtMI 1.emtNo I .fades :i"oIohf! ': I No. 1
1'1' dour I tl: ft. 0 111 X Oft S In. x 1% : Bet meat potato'., teary. butt I
aIs it. Ifl".". Tha-pertenc.. nI M n Well.maya I I
sumac&a1 ,c I 1 dour. 2 fl, It In x 1ft.. .Ii 1\, x r.m.why. not wot be Iry dlll..nt tM AYD9 then Yltaml.you. ALL WORK GUARANTEED 90 DAYS . "
oa of Amnkoh ens meRaoq.had 1ev I'I '. III glues.d.ra n Iv PInn7 Im'n nl three r.nl,.
o. .ith R O.i Fully send'tad Wghnl !I . :.: fI n III z 0 ft II III \ la ntnlml teen mnducted by
Fbrida U.War 'I
/ shoal Po bf Dept. AFa aotianmddory 1 III glue medical data., more than 100per.nna
Rtieq Ml bmnche 1111.\\11'\ l ')10' II'XT'o l\lI" lo.e l4 e. Icepo and.
andad tate m f uaga ppt iaduure iaFqud.nt ,sethlet "11"1:1t":l III "Kl: ':IH'Htl: : .the.enae At Dt In a Yte.mla taw w.ek.(;.wtth.dr New Radios Available Now
of abl5q Umiled enroilmmAB Foredo AuFriaryj a 1 t',,II'" :\.T\. '. R.duclnl P1.s.With .
th t' I: I.H.I\\"II\. l'hiI'IU..U I !I
a Mandell.inlorotioe
B. tbU A vd. Plea yo dnn'tal
Wlta 11 II. 4 / eddrae any potatoea.saaata Electric and Battery
brido. \1.\111:1.: (t', I1.11'LFItIClerk I : or butter. you limply cut them .
Fttsnbarq, Sown. It'. almpla and osier l when
loa 9, St you njoy de Ic oua vitamin' fatal
NOTICEOKRECiIOREE tad) iVDS befora each maal. Abaormlcia -* I
I COUNTY FLORIDA latil Y l 30 daya aupply I olI LOCATED IN
I' H not d U .T il111 1140 MtN&1 81HI..Iks m :Sat
NOTICE IS! HtKEUV GIVEN thatofrFlnrlda 1"I I NATHAN ZELMENOVITZ BLDG.
of Chapter WISTERI.DRl'G SU
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1v::!m. lavs Arts of 1917,
1J" .,_. .1 -- k"o"11 as the MLKPHY ACT and In Tear out this Adv all a reminder ,
i niinncc "f Chnptcr 2IMI5S. laws of
I I.t..rl"n'1 Acts of 1041 known as the --- -- ---
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I ntll T lur describedI
I I land 1 iltitnt,.,1 In Everglades UrnlnaueIHxtrlct ,
I In Ofceechobee Countv Flor
II.. nlll h<' offered for sale at public
I. ,,,,1,1" for the highest and bent rash
JUST 'hhl iliject to the right of the THIS ; ,
I.s, of the IiteriiHl l Improvement
I F'nttd mil "f thp rtonrl of tommls \\TIERA lHIO'rl
d''Iers l if F\erlnl Drainage Dlstldt .
.I I 110 reject any and all bids. at the
l', irthoiiHo. beginning at 10:00 !:
,10, lock .\. M. "n the Iflth 1111\' of (
,IttgttI i Hid .\" to pnrod ot lull
,'I' ti." 1\0 or inure title to one.half SUMMER
...t l'ctr.Ipum and I three.fourths of
Received ?titer mil Praia will be reserved by
1 1'1 "mi..m .f the Internal Improvement
FMud nnsi-mont. for road right of "CONVENTION HEADQUARTERS"
nn 200 fnit vllo will be reserved by
sill l Trustees from any parcel through
't hi"'h thrr IK, .11'i' ,sixth, ,g xtit rood I : ,
and I ,,x,inent for. lrnl'\I'' ;":t tI :
I, ,?,' ,a, 11..1 I I f.r, runl' "'ttrp.a'a 135 ROOMS 130 BATHSGRILL
r.. 1A ..... ..I ''.. "r" rtr,1, It 1ht' 11"1'.1 of
(''IIII11I"ol..n..r. Iof 1'1'11'111.1 Itrnin I IIg
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i Late 1. 7. 11 A 12". 1111 111. 'lIy I COCKTAIL LOUNGE

SHIPMENT OF I ..I, tF'w'hber, RADIO FLUORESCENT LIGHTING ELECTRIC FANS
J.II' I .11 II, II k. l\Ia\ : City of IIk'e I
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I.ote 12 A la JIIk 1. Ilkw.'hobt'ellrlglta Rfautyrest Beds Casement Windows Venetian Blinds

TIRES -- ALL SIZES I I Ok"'h..I".p I. : -. .11, II IIIk, 1.19! 'lIy of I IN EVERY ROOM

LIr' I i I.. I" Iar.. Hlk. 4. IIkp..hoI.
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FOR TRUCKS AND'OST I."P" I IIIghte I", in Cur JIIk n. Ok'h.P ., SWIMMING POOL-TENNIS COURTS

L.te' 1 ''n 12 Cur. Ilk. 6. Ok"'h" I ISnE
I," It'tgltls, ,
I. 1. I t.. \\I .11 11 to It In" .. IIlk

SIZES FOR 7' d'I'r I ,I.. lubpp"4 tor. .iltghts.UIn Hlk M.. 1lhreph'. RAI rAMll'" RATE (3 or 4 Persons) Granted Upon $OC.QQ
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:'ASSENGER CARS. I I..,,It h I I 1" ..*. IghliI 2. Hlk 79 I'IM' "f IIII <<'" !.ocaton: 3 Miles North of Daytona Beach, on U. S. No. 1 Highway; .

In'rti'MI i'rs:! nt rnv IC' i 2 Miles from Ocean via; Nearest Bridge
N.\' "II'HO\'I'. I ;Ml::-'J'I FT'M:
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E US SOON FOR rn '"..UIF* liTI' .
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for Tm.tees of Ihr IntIi '" .
lull n.r. ,..nient I-'1111.1 I BU.' ,
YOUR SIZE AS THEY t.r, td'I].. t t',, n,i"'t iMHloic"
of 1\.r\lI/1lp. l'r"I'l r I',' .
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;' NOTICE OF APPLICATION .

FOR TAX DEED

I' Notice is hereby !given that Ulmer t'f .

J. Ezt.1l and I his wife Pansy Gzell, rs y I 8 "
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a tax deed to be Issued thereon The h e

certificate numbers and years of Issuance t

MOTOR CO. the description of the prop. WRITE WIRE PHONE FOR RESERVATIONS

erty, and the names In which It was J

Where Service Is a FactU. I assessed are as folowa: HOMER HARDESTY, Co-Mgr. PHONE 1800 1

S. TIRES PUROIL Certificate No. 808, year of Issuance P. O. BOX 747 DAYTONA BEACH, FLORIDA I lL

1926Certificate ,

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GUARD AGAINST RABIES dogs to veterinarian and/or local NOTICE OF INTENTION TO I

STATE OFFICER WARNSA I health authorities; 8EI,f, LAND ....
GILBERT E3
warning that rabies can be con (B) Quarantine all imported dogs NOTICE IS IIEIIEBY GIVES <(bet, r r-Qe
piimunnt to Section 15 (li I), < 'haptcr'2011V t t tIt
THEATRE trolled only through the control of for reasonable period; ), Inns of Florida' Ads nf LI".I I

t, dogs was Bounded this week by the j I (6) Quarantine or confine all dogs end Seitlim 07 Chiinl?r 1)717 ,
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:15SE :: S :. :.: S: nf Plorlilii. Acts of 1011 hi amended! NON.CO""O'IVI NON.CL0061N0SCAC
State Board of Health In a letterto I to leash or paddock during local hy Radian 11, Chapter Znira. Laws of CYLINDER I\jOZZ.
Florida. Arts at 1011. find also. pur i
Sunday and Monday all city and county health officers epidemics of rabies; sunlit, to Spptlim 42 Chapter 20722

David B. Lee, director of the I (7)) Vaccinate all dogs against snrnded Lows of by rinrlila Sort\ :Ion Acts 10, Chnptpr of 1011 22079.ns "

July 21-22, IUS Bureau of Sanitary Engineering rabies once a year. Information relj funs of I Plorldn, Aces <>f 1013. ami i BUGS'
Section 41 Chapter 20722 laws nf ,
t "FALLEN ANGEL" urged that they ascertain whether !I'j atlve to vaccination of animals may Florida Acts nf 19-11 ns nmrmled hr t1 s\\ .
Section 21 207lt. Inns nf
Chapter
their be obtained from veterinarian
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with communities have ordinances (florldf. Acts of 1M1 the follow'Inif
.. requiring the muzzling of dogs running local health authorities; and I ,lisirlliod' (lands. In Okeccliolico County, ( BEAT THEM

Alice FayeDana loose. and other similar safety I (8) Quarantine and notify! local riorliln. to wit: :(;I r I"-:"fi __ TO THE DRAW .
Andrew. Lots S & n. Blk 14, of Okeehohpe I '
factors In this connection, and IfI health officials all animals suspected (' City f Don Ill bugs, nests of

I not, "we are recommending that you I I of being bitten by rabid animals. Lots 2 through fl Inc. ft 8 to 10 _-=-, disease deters your
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Inc. Illk 111. City of Okcpcbn( -- seeps er said
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Selected Short Subjects get one adopted I' lice'
News Reel The sanitary chief pointed out NOTICE I.?ts 2 through 8 Inc & 10 to 12 '
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I Inc Hlk 1UI City of Oki.IM hnlioa I
that this la the season when rabiesIs : Notice Is hereby given that the Lot 4, Illk. 159, City nf Okoochobi .

t heard most about, when chtdren j I Game and Fresh Water Fish Com
I Lots 1 to R ISIk 190 City of Oke-
Friday and Saturday are playing; on streets, In parks and mission will hold Its regular semiannual chohee ."
lot 4. Illk 4. Southern I'lncn Add, The Modern Long-Lite
roaming the countryside. They are ;'I budget meeting at 10:00 a. Lots 8 to 7 Inc? Illk 70 City of ,,1 Sprayer Fully
July 26-27, 194J therefore In closer contact with m., Roosevelt Hotel, Jacksonville, Okepchnuip Guaranteed-For Need
lot 4. Illk 2fl South, OkcochnbeoM4 Every Spraying
THE DALTONS RIDEAGAIN" stray and ownerless dogs dogs I I I Florida, Thursday, August 8, 1946. of Lot 41 ft W 1IMO ft. of NI(,
I whose health la seldom vouched for I At this time, at the request of the of lot 41. niiulile Reclamation i e WEIGHS JUST
i Lots 1 to 4 Inc & 10 to 12 Inc.
with I He urged protection for both pea J i commercial fishing Interests, the Illk J>7. City of Okeechnbea UNDER 5 LBS. FOR SALE

pie and animals and said that Commission will hear delegation S SO SIMPLE
too I 1 any will he offered for sole at pnollc outcry ACHILD AT YOUR DEALERS
Alan Cnrtli when dogs are allowed so stay with or committee which wishes to for the highest and beat cash bid. I CAN USE IT
HUhjppt to Ibe right of the board of
Lon Chaney out benefit of vaccination against ,I appear before them In( connection Commissioners of Everglades Drain- e COVERS LARGE $7.25

also I rabies the possibility of their being with the Rules and Regulations of I Commissioners BUS District and/or of Okeecbohoe Hoard of County County I OR SMALL AREAS

"PIN000HIO"Technicolor bitten by a rabid annual Is greater.j I the Commission affecting the sale Florida to reject any and nil bids I 5 DIFFERENT For further
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at the Courthouse, beginning at 10 00
( ) Every year there are numerous.'i of fresh water fish or having to do clock A. M on Chip 19th day of SPRAYS AT THE

( dog heads tested by the State Board],I with the St. Johns River from the I AuiNUt and rcclnmnttnn 114(1, Lnscmi and rood for draining purposes I I 1 TWIST OF THE information

I I of Health Laboratory and a large Volusia Bar North, and with Lake will be reserved I! WRIST writ

'. Comedy News Reel | majority reported rabid. Many persona Okeechobee. no\nn. op' COMMISSIONERS i iOP

are therefore forced to take I. N. Kennedy, Director F\ Flint.AI>LS DllAIN. i W1541? C5N
AGE IISTIt1CTand I
I I Pasteur treatment against rabies. I Game and Fresh Water Fish I
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ROAUD OF COUNTY COMMtssioNHts
Coming Two small children In Forlda died Commission or OKEEC'110-
1 I II last year from the disease contract. I BEE COtNTY FLORIDA. I IRy
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Attractions"BLUE RAULERSON.
ed from the bites of r rbe1'
dogs
f stray NOTICE OF rtttiir IIP \RI\O Clerk I Circuit Court of
The ov Okeechohee County. Inrlda. SALtS CO.dt .
DVIILIA" following eight "how to pre sriiooi in nr.FT1'iirminn.nt :
tn flip prmlftlnn of !''I"( as ft if''nt for mild Boards n.t.rsbu'e he
,RO\D TO UTOPIA" vent rabies" suggestions were lion 21712:! Flnrllh' 8fntiifp' 1M1 Os B) Connie W Ranlersnn
stressed nmp,,,"'" lit Si',.tlo" 0 .>f (Chnpti J2TO I Deputy Clerk
"AND THEN THERE WERE O Tnnn nf rinrtilnpt. nt 1<1I1/ .
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Keep human beings and animals \orun Iii ITFRTin OIVPS thnt "I I
NONE""RIIAPSODY away from rabid animals; l pttl' >fir hinrlnir Khnll lop hell hv the I
("""'' Board if I'uMlp Inntrupfl nfokiwlH.l.ip
IN BLUE""COL. (2) Eliminate ownerless dogs; County. I-inrMn nil Tnhn ,
(::1)) Institute 104(1 nt the Imur nf 2 'no P M In
EFFINGHAM'S RAID"eiHYiJ'iJS proper control of all the ('.."nl" Rr.hurl Board meeting RIGHT WHEN
dogs tv owner at all times; mum nt Mm Pinirt llnnup for the pnr '..
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t> (:) Report all suspiciously ill of Hi. rnnnttho nrr.nnHprt sphnnl r

__ liiiilirnt <>f KM 1.1 rnnnti, for lh. flupnlinnr = ELSE IS GOING UP/
., .. . ... .. ...... ,. lipcrlnnlnir Tnh 1. 10111 nnil 1"1.
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S I rrrr ron vt'PPOTJTn
j ti1.11TFN.INCF OK !'rimot
IN BUYING PROPERTYOR } : A. Tlnlnncpv m '1 irlnnl,' .
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2. Tniinh riinila I'll 121Plulrlnt .
INVESTING IN MORTGAGES, BE .: Piiniln fSTIfl/ : '1',1.i ,
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I SURE THE TITLE IS CLEAR. HAVE II"U"'nnt,1| Itpp..li.t. 1 ill 11.-i 1
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AN ABSTRACT 1 /
PREPARED BY
CanttTnxpn\ *2rt.:\i4nltrlrt '
I I Taxes .212 i

i ( Okeechobee Abstract .., st Other 011.720.!' nnrpp.. "1.000: Tntnl / / -I dlT'COHPtMZ

Company P- rrnpnm.il r\pptiillfiin: 1 CPU flORID-I POIiE ,
I ernl rnnrrni. iI*7no: 2. ln"n."i-
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J. L. BARBER, ManagerEVERGLADES (11200: :1 nmrntlnn, .if. I'll..,IH = ( -
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F\EKfiLU HOTEL BUILDING i niiti.ipntiii ':'inipiK, : t. i'c, x
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NOW OPEN ltnnl. e4/ee, Inter-st 01 I
JO; :I. (/ltter I : : *:1iiP . ,
I HPUPMM and Il.iliHiPi.n nl End: N---1r-I- ssal
REGULAR MEALS AND SHORT '
ORDERS if: \ pnr. *11Win ,
rtpf-rr: KOK srirooi. rinn; ,
Specializing in Sea Foods I''G .\\ Hf'i! ui'.rHAP. 11'MI
. .\ fin In'.....s nt l"tanl' .. "r \1p' ,
and Steaks
1. rnnntl" inn!*. mi<
! Open 6:00: .\. !\t. till 11 :00 P. M. Phone No. 8 B..lnttl.,Innled 1'ci'i li.tn: 1. CnmiHFiinils

MRS. GLVDYS MOBLEY, Prop.HEY. rr. prepa.ed. )17S. FxiMmilltiirm 1
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intosrrsatnent 1.1': m' 'pi-mini' III'
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Cite" for tin en suing year urn' : THE REGISTRATION BOOKS for Okeechobee -
I 1. fount Snppnrl| and Mulntpnn
ip Fnnrt in
2. ItUtrlit Cnrri'iir levy rmh:

f 111.'l'lrt.nixtrlpfn' :R,3:. Dm,, It..nil IntPipHtninl |I I County will be open in the office of

lnklnir Fend 2 O.
4. ffihn l nillillnir ninl line H..p! I
re Fund : Toiintv 20Onniplito ,
ili-tiiiillii of mill mpnrnntri the of in the Court
Registration
nf the .,"n..1 liiutirit mimninrl/pil | Supervisor
nlm\p are on fl'p! mid err nvnllnhli' for

fonntt niillli: :;: limppptlnn Snpirlnti: : ::: lull:nt lit the of Offl.p Xphnnln nf the nt !'

nitppphnhpo' Klnrl.ln and will nlm. br i ilunllnlilp I House from
fir .",'h ,,10110, lien ring t. '
gather with nil mippnrtlnir olllll'\II"IIIR
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t IntprintHil, iiirmuni ncc'..rrtlnllIlltltiil '"
I ti> niirllilpnli 'In thin nilli'li
hrnrtng; ,; and tn illUN: tin eel In'nl; urn '
'.'in and linlirpt for thin r.iinlf.>r
MONDAY AUGUST 5 1946
th ensiling tmrIIOMM I
Complete Line of > or "PI'HI ir \S'r1W'TI'V" ,
oM-rrtuiHFP l'Ot-CTY r iioinnv.i,
It\ : l'till. r DI'Itlt.tNCFCnnntY,
ji1I1rll"ul"t | until
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GROCERIES -- FRESH MEAT I

The above budget If finally

adopted will! provide an Increase In SATURDAY OCTOBER 12 1946
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FRUITS AND teachers' salaries amounting to approximately

15 percent It also Includes

funds toward the retiring of I

VEGETABLESOpen the old St. Lucie County Indebtedness -

at a saving to the county of

Daily 5 a. m.10 p. m.East I approximately 500000. Books open on Mondays, Thursdays and Fri-


from 9 A M. until 12 and from
I 'Regardless of what the Congressmay days noon

do about price controls experiences -

Side of recent days emphasizes the '

i need for continued and If possible 2 p. M. until 5 p. m.

Increased food production said

William L. Wilson director of Flor- 3

1 Ida State Farmers' Markets, In commenting .

Grocery on present conditions and f; e

I the outlook for the Fall and Winter. f (Signed )

"Farmers have done very well, durfi,I

Ing the last few years I look for W. B. HARGRAVES

h I the Evans Building on I good demand for their products for 1

some time to comeBRING .

I-! Supervisor of f Registration
State Road 8 East Ii

i I YOUR Okeechobee County FloridaT.


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