The Okeechobee news
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Title: The Okeechobee news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The Okeechobee Publishers, Inc.
Place of Publication: Okeechobee Fla
Creation Date: June 21, 1946
Publication Date: -1992
Frequency: triweekly[<1989>-1992]
weekly[ former <1926-1945>]
semiweekly[ former <1981-1983>]
three times a week
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Okeechobee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Okeechobee County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Okeechobee -- Okeechobee
Coordinates: 27.241667 x -80.833056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 82, no. 91 (Sept. 13, 1992).
General Note: "The voice of the Everglades."
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 6, no. 24 (Jan. 8, 1926).
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: aleph - 000373291
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Friday June 21 1946 II
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Fine Arts Club is LlEriEN\\T JAMES! II. REID T H. ;OLNEY AND FAMILY -- -
i WAS KILLED IV IL.CR.SIT .\ E Killing Golden Goose ? OF'TAMPA MOVED TO The State- Board---


; Tcd! the Historyof Lieut. James II. Reid of OKEECIIOBEE LAST WEEK of Health No
was one The and Says
I frequent widespread stalemating in II. S. Olney and family moved .

I the crew of the B-29 plane which dustry as a consequence of prolonged and bitter from their former home In Tampa I .
"Cross Creek"The
crashed along the North Carolina-I
labor disputes is last week to Okeechobee ana will Need for Alarm
Tennessee border on Tuesday night doing something else to America
make this their home
of last week In which all members besides holding up vital commodity production Ac- I Mr. Olney it in charge of the I I
monthly rlub held tti of the crew were killed We are I cording to leading financial experts who keep a radio sales and repair shop knownas Upon learning that Georgia had

meeting nt the home of:l unable to give any details of the sensitive the nation's I Invoked a quarantine against Florida
Mrs. Albert DavtIt- newly elected I finger on economic pulse, it Stance's which ho recently open-I
president with :Mr. Boyle as CO' : is causing savings to run through the fingers of the I ed In the olld Southern Hotel buildIng residents both adults and children -
Reid well knownIn
t .0 hostess on Wednesday, June 12th. Okeechobee where was he taught In masses on whose purchasing power' we are mainly I now. owned by Nathan Zelmenovitz. -iI i I Health, Dr.Officer Wilson, stated T. Sowder that ,he State saw

Mrs. :McCranle submitted n well.' the local high school reliant for lasting prosperity. I'
t several years Mr. Olney was recently discharged "very little reason for this action

twelve planned month program thus for the coming,: before entering the Army AirFoices :. Strikes cost workers money. They cause layoffs I from the Navy where took The Incidence of polio'myelltls, as
to include
1. a; in the early days of the war. and shutdowns in of fiercest has been pointed out In pr vloue
Flower show and old time plants depending on the struck part in some fighting -
After the war he decider! to remain I occasions; has not reached
e ether ai well as (he usual educational in the' '\rtnAir Forces lIe was i industries for supplies. The remarkable thing is that : the Navy lie was In wounded during the in war tie'I proportions at any time or In any

diiouiRloni, reading and, inurrud to Miss Louise Barrow who ,j I official estimates of consumer incomes are as high in Europe. was the locality In Florida during the present
i musical numbers. naval fighting at Algeria at )
Following the liiiiifht --hool lure several years and as they are little more than five percent below ayear time of the invasion of North wear The majority of the cases
+ busings 8.lon.Mll. i ix will mill 'iiMunbh' known to the that have occurred have been In the
Link cave an Interesting and ago. Africa. I
'pi"opli of Oke'chobee.'n. southeastern part of the state. For
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detailed account ,ot the much din- But herd is something significant, Cashing of all of the etate the total to date has

ensued book by Marjorie Kinnan series E bontfs .totaled almost exactly $2,600,000,000in R. G. Dynes was been 214 cases. The majority o'f

Rawlins, "Croii Creek", with many K. Tabb Says the firstJ: <"tr )onths of this year. I these cases have occurred In the
quotations from the
vnrloui oliap Those M1ltlt.] ti$j1ably holdings of little area stated and two thirds) have occurred -
tern i are people Elected Cashierof
,: New Dipping Rules I In three counties. During .
She gave quoted descriptions of; people1iJ..had' hoped to keep the bonds as the past five days only five casea
(' the various characters of the book down payment ofl. a new car or a new home. Bank Friday j" have been reported ,throughout the
which in real life are the neighbors Are Now in Effect j "
e which lived : At the same'time other people have put over state.
near the author
Cross Creek, friends In nearby Island I $2,100,000,000 into series E bonds in the same per : I| It was further emphasized that

R. II. Tabb, who iod. Most these however the At the meeting of the Board of "45 out of 48 states have had poliomyelitis
L.' Grove, and the colored "help" is In charge of of are systematicsavers I

which was often of negative quality. the State Livestock Sanitary Board's not the people who spend when they have it'' Directors of the Okeechobee County I I up to this time this year
t I Bank held at their offices Friday and that every state has substantial 1
She told of the dipping program In Okeechobee, attended a
I many hardships I I and skimp when they don't.Should afternoon of last week, S. H. number of
endured by Mrs. Rawlins during the the meeting of the board that MC'I I cases every :rear

-' first years at the grove, the Inconveniences I was held in Tampa last week and strikes continue on a national scale, in I Dougald, who had been vice According to U. S. Public health

the social life, the house, upon his return here he stated that gaining exorbitant demands labor may lose all thatit dent and cashier of the bank since figures there were 12,450 cases In

with Its narrow front porch and several new regulations would be has battled for and more, by reducing the nation'sbuying he came here the ten months of cashier ago rellnqulnshed and- I 1943, 19,029 In 1944, 13,514 In 1945.

gray painted walls, the free meal 'put Into effect as a result of the position I As compared to this number of casea
a to a point where even existingsal. named R. G. ,
) power the directors Dynea as which occur In the
consisting of squirrel pilau, the meeting, one of these being that all country every
C peculiar ingredients of which cattle owners who have dipped their aries could not be maintained cashier year the number of cases that have

found distasteful to at least one were.I of I cattle four times and found no ticks That is something for grasping leaders to think Mr. Dynes has been with the bank been reported In Florida while
assistant cashier for the paat
the guests/ her fear of snakes and go on 30-60 day dipping and Inspection about. -Miami Post as somewhat above our annual averageat
how she schedule two years prior to his promotion.He this particular time, la certainly
overcame It, and
many I to Okeechobee from Orlando -
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other incidents of everyday life I All cattle owners who hereafter, about. Last
where he haa his home.
) At the close of the meeting, the j dip all of their cattle and find no FLORIDiANS SPENDING I year 17 states had more poliomyelitis -
Bus Are Other than the of Mr.
hostess served refreshments of fruit I ticks will go on 30-60 day dipping I Operators POWER IS GREATEST I I than Florida has had reportedto
I Dynes only routine business was
salad, nuts, cake and Iced tea.'Virginian" I,' and inspection schedule. IN STATE'S HISTORY dateand nine of them had more

rr -- I' Any cattle owner whose cattle are Besieged by Space Spending power of Florldlans will transacted. than twice as many Ordinarily
r Deposits of the bank continue to
found to be tlcky;' will dip at 14-day I reach some $2,75,000,000 in 1940.I poliomyelitis Is a disease of the

; Will Intervals, and where ticks are found That this sum will be spent Is grow and have now reached con j I late summer and fall but due to Its
.I in Travel million three
: r Requests siderably more than a
In a pasture the adjoining pasture f , brought out In prediction, of the and geographical location Florida has its
hundred thouaand con
Tk will be dipped at 14-day Intervals I Anu.. dUUtgn of the Florida seasonal Increase earlier than other astater
Be at Gilbert'Sunday \ tinue to Increase each week;
or an adequate buffer fence must' 'State Chamber of Commerce In Its .
be provided.Mr. Although vacation travel 'on Inter weekly business review recently. t I Aa an Instance of the downswing

Monday : Tabb stated that all cattle\ city busses it expected to reach "Sales and savings potentials may Wants the In polio cases, Miami reports thatno

I running loose on the range will be I II :I record proportions this summer, Industry be Indicated by projections of past Fruda I cases have been reported, on the

)I leaders are confident ample activity," the research analysts' Beach In three weeks, none in Coral
I required to be dipped every fourteen I II
Vermont schoolteacher Barbara daps whether ticky or not This accommodations can be provided for stated and referred to Sales Management I Local Airport for <(1 (Gables In two weeks and that the

Britton goes west to Wyoming to:1 I, also includes all cattle In the city the peacetime resumption of pleasure :Magazines tabulations of last reported case In Miami proper

tench in 18R,, becomes attracted to limits trips. effective buying Income and to the New Flying School will be out of quarantine this comIng

good-looking, Irresponsible Sonny I According to the National Association Chamber's estimates of retail sales Wednesday.

Tufts a cow hand but Is irritatedby 'i IUUBEK PVChING COMPANY: of :Motor Bus Operators, for 1946 as the basis of the review.' Health officers who have previously .

Joel McCrea another cow hand WILL LOCATE IIERE member lines throughout the country "PreMous releases have reportedthat :Mr. Ronald J. Fruda who has recently advised parents not to bring

known as "The Virginian". Although are already being besieged with 1946 Florida retail sales volume become associated with Mr. their children to Dado County now '

:McCrea and Tufts are lifelong ' The Cecil Barber Packing Company requests for Information on pleasure at a total of $1,345,900,000. The Royster In the Okeechobee Builders report that Immediate danger Is

pals :McCrea warns Tufts, after with a parking plant at Per- travel during the vacation distribution of this volume it Indicative Supply Co., made verbal applicationto past

he ratchet him In some cattle rust sine, have moved considerable months. Interest In scenic highway of the market in various the county commission at their I "Restrictions on travel movementsare

ling, that he will have to choose equipment here and will be located travel has reached unprecedentedpeaks fields meeting last Monday for use of the necessary so long as overcrowd.

which side he will be on. i I I at the Seaboard Railway building, and thousands of motorists *'A breakdown showing three lead- county air port. I ing Is not allowed. A. a matter of

Meanwhile, Brian headsa formerly occupied by the Campbell I fact person to person Infection Is
Donlevy I I are turning to bus lines for transportation ing store classifications follows: Mr. Fruda has had fifteen years
lawless rustling band. Tufts works Talking Company. because the such a negligible factor that the
automobileand merchandise
food, $255,683,000; general service In the United States Army,
with them. Tracked down by a posse I t I 1 Mr. Wayt, the present manager, tire shortages prevent them I $131,878,000 and drug stores, a large portion being: In the air ser National Foundation for Infantile

headed by :McCrea, Tufts and others, has been here some time making the from using their own rare 60556500. A more detailed break vice, and he Is anxious to start trh Paralysis suggests that cases be
''installations of and will\ treated In general wards. This
are caught. Donlevy Mc machinery practice
escapes The number of passengers using down la I unavailamle primarily because air school for training pilots from
f Crea orders Tufts hanged and goes I I return to the Ft. Pierce plant this busses ,remains at the high level of of greater supply shortages this area.Formal. was followed In New York City .

after Donlevy, who ambulshes him 1 week following which a new resident: wartime on many lines even though In other leading fields," It was written application outlining two years ago without a single polio
will be sent here. : Infection spreading to other individuals
and shoots him In the back. manager
stated. the service and
traffic caused by the demobilizationof proposed
At flrrit failing to understand Extensive changes will be made whlch in the ward.
military personnel and the migration "The volume of commodities naming the specified requirementswill
Britton realises that this it the law which will\ include an additional sidetrack i of former war workers has these sums will buy I If another consideration be handed in for the next meet. "It Is evidenced that hysteria and

of the west and McCrea and Brit- In order that about three misunderstanding la much more
I declined steadily In recent months. depending upon Inflation Ing and at that time It it expected
ton then plan to On their times the past capacity may be catching than polio and while Florida -
marry. II will be taken
I I Crowding has been relieved, however "The, balance of spending power some action
reached. This will allow for about calm the la
wedding day Donlevy comes to remains phobia
by the lifting of war regulations volume, after retail sales, approximates The commission seems most will- I
make trouble but :McCrea kills him fourteen carloads per day duringthe spreading northward." Dr. Sowder
II to that now busses can run at $729,300,000. This amount Ing to have some air activity at the
with Tuft's gun. Order it restored. peak of the tomato packing I further stated that even If the disease -
normal field and It it hoped that
speeds and operate on more will go for rent, service (other than
--- season. frequent schedules. Deliveries of those Involving sales) and savings : agreement will be reached soon were spread by person to person
WORK IS GOING FORWARD I Georgia's recent actionis
new busses are speeding up since A per family total of $1,219 In Flor In order that maintenance may contact
OX NEW ATHLETIC FIELD LETTER FROM ROAD like locking the barn door after
j automotive plants have resumed ida I in these three categories\ 78 be kept up and that Okeechobee
The new field for the Okeechobee I DEP.\RnIE I by the ownership of the horses are stolen since the peakof
production and the new equipmentwill i per cent of the nation's average can profit |
School In front i I Tallahassee, June 14, 1913 the disease seems to be passed
High Immediately also
aid in preventing congest "Calculations were made after this fine airport.
lion W. J. Hendry, I I I here in Florida while thousands of
of the Thomas Packing Plant, has, ion. elimination of Individual withholding
.. State Representative, I' s to Georgia during
been receiving attention and beginsto persona were
j" At a result, an ample number of taxes.it was noted. FLORIDA RULE WILL NOT I,
ahow Improvement.When Okeechobee, Florida the height of the disease.
bus seats should be available for BE CHANGEDThe
completed the field will !| Dear Bill: He said that Georgians are invitedto
pleasure travelers during the sum DURST LAUNDRY AND
have the lights placed for night With reference to our recent con. I Florida rule that white and visit Florida in order to get away
mer. Nevertheless, bus lines that CLEANERS TO OPEN HERE
playing and will have the advantage I i I venation, I am glad to tell you that colored bus passengers must occupy from the polio scare In tWelr state
provide "package" tours are urging
of plenty of room for baseball, football our Division Engineer has had some The Durst Laundry and Cleaning !, separate seats will not be changed He emphasized too, that upon inquiry
1( that reservations be made as early
and other sports and will be patching done on Road 29 near Company, who have a chain of receiving -I because of a U. S. Supreme Court folks will be advised regarding
l I as possible because the pent-up demand -
accessible for easy parking and con.1venlent Eagle Bay Bridge, and It presentlyat offices In several nearby decision involving Virginia, says areas' with the highest incidence .
for vacation travel over
to Parrott Avenue for east work on plans for permanent repair may towns, and with their main plant In Chairman Eugene S. Matthews of .
tax hotel and resort accommodations
of Ingress and egress. of the condition you complainof. West Palm Beach, have rented an the Florida Railroad Commission.

The school authorities are to be I Knowing of your Interest in office on Park Street and will haveIt Decision of the commission was announced -,, Roy Draughon, who has spent the

congratulated upon obtaining the this road, I am sure the above will open as soon as necessary repairs after receiving reports that past two and one-half years In the

new spacious grounds that can be be welcome news. W. P. Hargravea of Clearwater have been made. These people planto the high court had held Invalid al I Navy, has returned to his home here

kept well sodded and dry at all With kind regards and best arrived in Okeechobee Tuesday and render a house-to-house service Virginia segregation rule on interstate .I I and will remain here until July 1,

times, wihes, I am will assist In the management of here the same as in other towns In busses In Florida, Chairman !! when he will return to Jacksonville

It it anticipated that the attend Sincerely, the Hargraves Grocery Store In I which they operate, which Include Matthew. said, bus companlea will:I where he will be discharged. While
ance at the various sports will be F. Elgin Bayless, Chairman East Okeechobee during the absence Pahokee, Delray, Boynton, Belle continue to provide separate seating In the Navy he saw service In the

better at this Improved location State Road Department In the hospital of W. B. Hargraves. Glade and West Palm Beach. i' spaces for the two races .I Pacific section of the war ,

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r ( )iccdlllhcc; Nust The- General I and an Ex-GI-Agiee: U. S. GEMS FOR YOUR MarriageMan SCRAPBOOK MILLIONS AM STAftVfNOf ELECTRICAL WORK

Bonds Back the Future of Vets
i Savings and wife are equally con MONEYORFOOD
Published Every Friday by th. cerned to avoid all offense of each I GIVE P. P. EVANS
Okeechobee News Co., at Okee he- '
I. bee, Okeechobee County, Florida other In the beginning of their con- IN TIN CANS!
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I -BRYANT- - -BOWDEN-- . .. .... BdttoiEntered . versation. A little thing can blast Emergency Food Collection : HOU.. E WIRING
- an Infant blossom.-Jeremy Taylor.
; Mass matter Jell y
1. 191. lit *the iorond Post Oftlpo ID Okecb- Kindred tastes, motives, and as j --
be.. ri.., under Act of Msr. 8, 1Tt. iI pirations are necessary to the formation ---
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SUBSCRIPTION RATE of a happy and permanent

One Year In advance . . . . .fZ.OO 'I 4f companionship. -Mary Baker Eddy.

Six Months In advance. . . .. 1.00 Show me one couple unhappy REAL ESTATE AGENT WANTEDActive
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tIL& Y merely on account of their limited Dan or woman to list, show and sell Farms and country
WAYS TO BE TIIRIFTY kR Y i circumstances and I will show you
piopirt.cs to people our National! Advertising brings to you.
WITH BREAD ten who are wretched from other
I causes.-Coleridge. II Experience not essential, we train you for the work.

President Truman'
Responding to e A profitable permanent connection with the World's Largest
urgent call to the nation to help t I
.. NOTICE Country Real Estate Agency; in business 46 years. Many of
avert starvation abroad by conserving Wrrs EQUALIZING THE ASSFS! MENT OF
bread Jther TAXES FOR 1946 our agents are earning over $3,000 per year
of food particularly
Ta all property owners In Okeechobee

s. Department, of Agriculture County: I.. Preference given to applicants located in towns or villages, or
You are hereby notified that on July
recommends a net of simple everyday r I let ID-ill the County Tax: Assessor on main highways at edge of town or village.
to be thrifty with bread. will meet with the County Commissioners '
In the Court House for the. Our: Field Representative will contact you during the first part
of Human Nu.
The USDA Bureau purpose of bearing complaints and receiving

trition and Home Economics pointedout I any property testimony real as or to personal the value, of as % of April. Please write-stating address and phone. ...

that, If every family In this fixed by the County Assessor of I STROUT REALTY AGENCYP.
Taxes of perfecting reviewing and
country would save Just half a slice equalising assessments 0. Box 1054 Lakeland, Florida
national For Ray Augustus, Treasury Department employee who signed up P. E. DIUWDY Chairman
of but ad each day a
for America's greatest home front army-the payroll savers on his re- Board of Count*. Commlsnloners Offices Coast to Coast
saving of half a million pounds of tern to civilian life, this meeting with General Dwight D. Eisenhower Okeecnobee County, Florida 1
bread could be accomplished. was a soldier's dream come true. The Army's Chief of Staff reassuredthe 1n IU1.2' -
ex-private, who served under his command in the victorious assaulton
The Bureau offered the following Germany, that the peacetime dreams of all ex-servicemen can be-
suggestions for conserving bread I come realities they remember their war tralnlni. "Prepare, prepare, pre
when buying as well as in kitchen : pare. This was the GI' life in wartime," says Eisenhower who urges
his former soldiers to prepare for their peacetime future by living part
and table us. I of their Income on U. S. Savings Bonds.

1. Try to buy only what need. '
By GEN Dtt IGIITD. IIOWER ends by remembering his war YOUR BANK
:Many homemakers have regular !I
training. Prepare, prepare pre
Chief of Staff, U. S. Army
day for food buying and purchase' pare-this was his life during war
time. The efficiency of his own
bread each time. If this leads to Millions of American fightingmen the ingredient .

waste consider whether you can ,I have upon discovered return that to allotment civilian life of preparations of our was victory greatest over the I IS THE SAFEST PLACE

delay bread buying a day or two I in.Vestment Axis nations.
,i part of current income The ex-soldier Is fortunate to find
I In United I States Savingsponds that the Treasury Department with
I I has become a vital element the cooperation of business, Industry .
In family I life. banks and post offices is FOR YOUR MONEY

I During their military: service: continuing the sale of savings
GILBERT ;I they were made familiar with war bonds. Thus he will have the op- ,
bonds as a force for their per. portunity to prepare for future
tonal good. commitments or temporary personal -
THEATRE In a campaign on the battlefield, emergencies by saving some
Victory may depend upon how ablyan of his current income in the formof When you have your money on deposit withus
:.:=: :.; :.: 5:':' :.: : army and ,its individual member bonds, which grow in value the

conserve their strength and longer he holds them. you do not have to worry about fire, theftor
supplies for vital moments. Attainment While obviously it Is not my
Sunday and Monday of goals In civilian life prerogative to tell our veterans
I other kind of loss.
June 23.24, 1914 also depends upon proper husbandIng how to conduct their lives after any
and safeguarding of an in. their release from the Army nevertheless

JOE McCREA dividual's resources. ,' my continuing interestin
The former serviceman who their welfare impels me to urge Deposits insured
the Federal
BRIAN DOXLEVY looks forward to a home or business that they give serious are Deposit

SONNY TUFTS of his own education for his tion to the advantages
children or even indulgence In a United States Savings consldera'j Insurance Corporation.
BARBARA BR1TTON hobby can best work toward these U S. ... '.

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more, so that all of the last supply +:oooo: : : : :>: : : :o.: : : : : your money in your bank where it is safe .
will be eaten.

andMiortscope 2. Hold onto bread freshness. Awi'llventil CLASSIFIED ADS and always available when you need it.

U'dvwnshublo box provides -
Cartoon I | ?-O??? ? ":O? ":o I
good storage If you can mxk r

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???????? ? ??????? Is still better for delaying stale- KEEP OKEECHOBEE COUNTY MONEY i.N OKEECHOBEE *tfi&TjyTjuT.xxrui. :
ness and preventing mold. Whereverit ---.-- -.-...... ., 4
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Friday and SaturdayJune Is stored wrap bread well in LOST-Brown pocketbook containing I uiiwn-i-- -

28-29, 1946 I 1II0i.tarll.proof paper. $39 and valuable papers by Clar-
I ::1. Avoid serving too much bread ence Johnson. Finder please returnto OkeeehobCountyJ3aij1j

"CORPt'S CHRISTI I IBANDITS" ut a n.eal. Left on a plate, bread Sheriff's Office. 5-ltp :

I may become dry and is sometime i OFFICERS
C. II. McNULTY, President S. H. McDOUGALD
withALLEN I thrown away. When slicing a loaf, 1 FOR SALEFOR I N. RAY CARROLL, Vice-Pres. R. G. DYNES, Assistant., Vlce-Pres.Cashier and Cashier

LANE cut slices at table as needed. Halving DIRECTORS

I slices may further lessen waste. N. RAY CARROLL C. H. McNULTY E. M. MESERVE
and 4. When bread does get too hard SALE-One Wardrobe Trunk, I W. ALLEN MARKHAM: Jr. S. H. McDOUGALD JOHN ROE Sr.
ten dollars. Mrs. Cox. 5-ltp J. O. PEARCE
"THE CHEATERS"plus for the table, be re.ourcetul-thcre . I
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are many ways to use it. For exan'pie I I .. .
FOR SALE-Bicycle In good condition ! --- -- ------ -- --
: dry bread makes crisp toast,
Extra heavy. J. F. Bond. 5 ,
Cartoon and News Reel and, besides plain toast, don't over.
look tin kinds French cinna {
as ,
X-*: ***: **: ************: mon, hot-milk cheese jelly and the WANTEDWANTED .
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Coming { thin Melba toast that mart restaurants I II I{I

Attractions often serve In place of soft Young: lady of good Ho '

i bread. character to learn nursing ati; VERA

"THE SPIRAL STAIRCASE""THE Weems Hospital at Sebring, Fla. 5 \
Use dry bread In substantial dessert I li'
*, such as bread and custard i .t
A PLEl'RE"! The United National InsuranceAssociation
puddings, and baked fruit scallops SUMMER
"F.I.UIGEIJ": Atlanta Georgia, wants :
i mle of slices or "fingers" of bread
"!In'.: DV1ILIA" Sales Representative, either male or
combined with canned or fresh fruit I
female In this territory. Experience "CONVENTION HEADQUARTERS"
and little
a sweetening and fat. { .
not as we will train. Use :
Turn odds and ends of bread into
local advertising as well
I Supply of dry crumbs that a good newspaper 135 ROOMS

"I LOST 52 Lbs.! ,. I ('ook likes to keep handy. Besides ai other advertising Helps and If ; 130 BATHS:
will finance to help you
WEAR SIZE: 14 AGAIN" the familiar use of crumbs In coutnur necessary I
MRS. C. D. WILLS FT.WORTH ,t get ItarteWhite\ only. If Interested I GRILL COCKTAIL LOUNGE
*. Plctun4. H.. > I foods frying and topping baked strict
You may low pound nd h.v4R address your reply, In
.t.1 hess. ,
nor lenricr iracelul:. stuffing vegetables or RADIO FLUORESCENT
citrelw, No drun fixative*: confidence, to: Ray T. Blampied ELECTRIC FANS
Eat meat potato.. ravy. butter. "n.'lIt. there are the bread crumb .
The perience of Mrs W.II.may I State :Manager, 433 West Church
or may not be d,..root thin yours "l'ciarl-crumb pastry for cream Beautyrest Beds Casement Windows
Dut why nut try the A:DS ViumlWith /. Street Jacksonville 2, Florida. 5 Venetian BlindsIN
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C.nAv I Inns Ltvk er .ult. pus crumb cake, and crumb cook- ,

In cllnic.1 Ie'". conduct.d by : I H'., EVERY ROOM
medln' drain's more shoo 100
a person.araRon Ion. I4 few to weeks ISpo undo wfd I s. Let a dish of oatmeal, which WA-ITED-lran: to succeed, Harry

the Rod..e"A\'IJ",\"mla... CI.d1 I plentiful, take the place of some Johnson as Rewlelgh Dealer In SWIMMING POOL-TENNIS COURTS :

thi./ Aydi H.n rou don't cutout the toast for breakfast. : Okeechobee County. Products sold
any meali turchti. potntoee,
dOW.pest.R.of It.U.Imps\ ; ..soil 4mpfv inter:cut whenyou them I 11. Eat an extra potato 'sometimes 20 years. 1500 families. Only reliable a - I

all enjoy AYOSbelore deliclou each vitamin'meal Abio.font*"' -& .11 place of another slice of bread. A huslers considered. Write j (3 or 4 persons) '--
TuMy; harmk JO day! eupnly ofAyd 1 SPECIAL FAMILY RATE Qfl
only $i 25 If not Lied with' reeult". -mull potato has food value just Rawlelgh's, Dept. FAF-179-127-S Presentation of Advertisements25'
liuNEV &n This
BACK 00 the vary bom. fl MISliCplV (k.
*bout equal to a slice of bread, ex- Memphis Tenn., or see Wm. Craw

\\ imt'O SUNDRIES I ,.'.i"t that the potato has an added ford, Box 1300 Lake Placid, Florida. I Location: 3 Miles North of Daytona Beach, on U. S. No. 1 Highway

Tear out IhU \dv. at a reminder advantage in its vitamin C. 4-3t
2 Miles
I i from Ocean via Nearest Bridge

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tcenlist in a grade commensurate
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C"OO.. 'f"11 provided they were honorably discharged J' q
after May 12, 1945
on or
and provided they reenlist before
July 1, 1946. Over thr..-quarters WRITE WIRE PHONE FOR RESERVATIONS
of a million men have joined the I
701.706 COMEAU DLDG.. n.w Regular Army already MAKE I HOMER HARDESTY Co-Mgr. PHONE 1800 '
IT A MILLION! Full facts are at any Mode MpciaUy lor I
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I.SY! S. TRUMAN to Pert!Ion *13 (I). Chapter June 12 1046 '
TELLS U. S. WOMEN Ennmnnt.;: nws of Florida Arts of 1041, NOTICE IS HEIIEUY GIVEN that I IN BUYING PROPERTY
and Section (IT. Chapter 14717. Lawsof purnuant to Section 0 of Chapter
Florida.I Arts of 1031: ns amended; 1521t4: laws of FlorMn Art of e
by Section 11. Chapter SOOTH: laws of r known ns the MUIIPHY ACT I OR INVESTING IN MORTGAGES BE
riorliln, Arts of ,.1041, and alio pur. : pursuance of Chapter 2nniN. law 11131'1.: ,
1 I I ,..s w,," I'I-1 mint Lnws of to Section Florida./ 42.Arts Chapter of 1M1.20722 usnmemlocl I rvritoLAnrs n-irliln' Arm nf 11)41 DUATNUIH) known as : SURE THE TITLE IS CLEAR. HAVE

I "'A411'NlrON' : bv Section 19. Chapter 22070 THICT ACT. the follnnltwr described AN ABSTRACT PREPARED BY
Tim's of PlurldH 1 Acts; of 1043. andSection i I Innd, ultunted In Fterirlndes Drainage i !
19/..6'I ;..,dil 41 Chapter" 20722 laws of District In Okeechnlira County Flor- ,
; ass b, M Florida Act of 1041 as amended by i lila, ,,'lll he offered, for sale nt piihllc|II
n of Anerlca.1TV Section 21 Chupter 22071), Laws of emery for the hlirhepit and bent rash l II I Okeechobee Abstract Company '
To the flen: = .+ ra, riorldil.' Arts of VM1 ton following hid subject to the rlirht of the Tnia- ?
l 4 discilbed lands In Okeechoboe : of the Internal
.Ub.1Iof ? 1 County I toes Improvementrnn.l 1\1\
I r.;'.-:rs .. I lorldn.. to-ntt: n,,,lor the Konril of ('nmrnli, : J. L. BARBER Manager '
families rests large. dinners of Everglade ,
"_ moat Amcr1C'.I.n)rtlsolutenesl ofin "omen'J'I Lots 1 to, 20 Inc" Blk 20. North. trim to retort any and f.alnalleIa'j, .j.j.I rr
'f ip upon tile habit west Addition I Conrthouxe bent tin In ir nt 10:00 I ., .. r5II1R'itlrfpllnrarft9
the "artLlI18 yof lots B ft A, BIB II, fltr of Okee- .1" rf ,. .
aasutw-.ng:: aoas ,,,. o'clock A. M on the 1Mb dnv of ur : s : 1f.1IIltU.)1I.UI! ;
Snveatingvery dollar chohee i July. 1040 As to nil\ parcels of land ,
Unites Lots 1 ft 2. Blk. T, Southwest Ad .
expenses in of ten nrrenor more title to one half ,
needed living .r dltlon of petroleum and three-fnurths of
I \ States Savings Bonde. iota 1 through 6, Blk 83, SouthOkeech I other mineral nlll ho reserved by
See 1 ruatoe* of the Internal Improvement
"Ai" '
It 11111 vital to beak Lots 1 & 2, Blk. 2, Railroad Addl!, Pund: rnNement' for road right ofi
.nemiel by bq1l\ '+" ' I way 200 feet: wide, 5911 I be reserved by I II !
6, the attack on our it 11 equa1.l1 v+mjR tlAl Iots"o to 12 foci, Bib 17n. City said trustees from .any parcel. through_ '
ear bond' In pe ace lead East BO ft of lot 2, Blk. B. MeGlnshan I wrch: :v :- i t'at'iT ''- I'I I I Ii
for semen to take the Addition i II,: "j* "r', tcr fair :*cmnrn Staney'sRADIO
vital I
their '
or -' > r: -' tl I '
111 tacking the n ill\ I he offered for sale at public out. .v.I I --,. ..1 1 hthe I :: c:.:.
loved,onsa' Agf. HARRY f. iAUMAN cry for the highest and best rash hid, Cemmreclct: it ?rc-e: ,' I
the subject to the fhb:of the rJo'B'nl: ofCommissioners ego Dls'rlc: *.
heed I
Let us all ..'-'tr'-ton!
during the "ar- D. C.- flea District anti/or Hoard of County
0. ." Commissioners of Okeechobee County T.nts 3 through 18
...., .4. .,. that the1oeteteechivpoYayt a On the anniversary of I'lorldn' to reject any mid all olds, mock 7, Southwest Addition to AND APPLIANCE I
I at the Courthouse. beginning. at 10 00 Okeechobee .
'eve oimerahip or other D-Day the First Lady o'clock A. M on the 13th day of! Undivided V Interest In Lot 1
I July, 1946 Easement for drainage and I to 12 Inclusive Block 88, City !
\,,a bond' has addressed this *1 reclamation and road purposes) will be of Okeechobee SERVICEALL
tothswrmnofAmerica reserved Undivided V interest In Lots 1 x.
personal message
to 12 Inclusive, Block 88 City
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I FEED SHORTAGES PLACE seem that It Is the only answer. By Clerk MABEL of the P.Circuit RAULERSON.. Court of AGE OF EVEROIADES DISTRICTBy !: DRAIN. New Radios Available Now
Okeechobee County Florida
STRONG ACCENT ON THE Stock must be maintained profit. .
for said BnardsBy
as agent MABFL P. RATJLERSON, Agentfor
I i VALUE OF GOOD GRAZINGBy ably, must be kept at high product. SOPHUONIA PEASE Trustee of the Internal Electric and
u Deputy Clerk Improvement Fund and I Battery
Ion for the .
producer to make
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\ ( S. Johnson profit, and costs of production must The happiness of married lift depends of Everglades Drainage..
In view of the serious feed trict Okeechobee County, LOCATED IN
shortfcges -
be held to a minimum. Unless good upon making small sacrifices FiordsAdvertise

,4 the value of good pasture Is pasture Is used to supplement avail with readiness and cheerfulness NATHAN ZELMENOVITZ BLDG.

el recognized by more farmers today able commercial feed or replace it, Selden. I In The News

.Ij I than ever before Good pasture always those tilings are not possible In I

has been necessary for maxi. most cases

mum success with livestock, but today ----

"I l good pasture is more necessary NOTICE I I '

I than ever.
past, when commercial
,4 feeds were rather plentiful and considerably the Board of County Commissioners

i' cheaper than they are of Okeechobee County, Florida, desire .I I

to purchase approximately 10,.
now, some dairymen, poultrymen,
and 000 feet of lumber of the following'!
others succeeded In
profits on their products with comparatively dimensions! II j I
2x 4 35-8 118.10 75.12 11-14 16-16 ,
pastures of unimproved
-1,830 bd. ft
grazing plants, Buut It Is j
2x6 2-8, 75-10 80-12 15-14 50-16
a different matter today. Limited c7J.4Aaflfe
-2,736 bd, ft.
supplies of commercial feeds make
2x8 3-10 10.12 4-14 25.16 1-20
necessary for the livestock ownerto
-835 bd. ft.j .
feed less than he did before, and
the j 2x10 2-10 3-16 114 bd ft.
comparatively high prices of
Random width 1" boards 4,200
: a feeds make liberal feeding unsound
I bd. ft
\. economically even If there were
nnd bids will be received by said s'l
i enough available. 1 ,
'., f To keep his production costs as Board, at the Courthouse In' the &sAa .yr

low City of Okeechobee, :Monday, July :
us possible, to keep his production
1, 1946, at eleven o'clock A. M. .
k ea '' ', at a high level, and to help as .
''' Eastern Standard Time. The rightto i .
4 much as he can In the great pro S
1" reject any and all bids Is hereby i ; er
gram for producing, food enough to reserved e k

meet our own needs and prevent ;
widespread starvation In other lands '
It Is necessary for the farmer, no I
matter what kind of stock he has,I : e

4J to make the moat of his pasture, to FLORIDA. II % t4ej
By Mabel P. Raulerson, I S ,
make his pasture produce just as'much
( Clerk of Circuit Court ;
feed as possible I t
&. Ex-Officio Clerk of A AIw
Getting maximum results from ?
Board of County Com
pasture requires fertilization when
Jun 21-28 missioncrs. .
necessary, planting improved pasture

t crop that have proved their ::1-c

worth, planting; temporary pastures I SUGAR l"
I such as cat.tail millet, rotating stock Spare Stamp No. 49, good for 5 .

from the grazing tract to another to Ibs? expires August 31. 5-
give the grass a chance to comeback I ." 0

i ,, mowing when necessary to Spare Stamp No. 9, good for 5 Ibs. ." \1' ; ',

keep the grass vegetative and to of sugar for canning, expires October .. ; 1
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31, 1916. F _ 'xr,4
suppress weeds, and careful all. ;rt" .. e .
I around good management. The

former jho does these things will There Is no disparity In marrlago little'

not have as much difficulty keeping! like unsuitability of mind and pure OMI\ 'IJRE:, halfway across the world, two children cry _

It his stock in good condition and pose.-Dickens, bitterly from hunger. Children cannot understand the why of GIVE

producing as the farmer who over. Men and women, In marrying, know the t prou
hunger-they only gnawing pain, the piteous weak 'IL t"
looks or neglects; them. make a vow to love one another "*. THAT THIY: MAY LIVE ?
ness. A heartbroken mother listens
Feed supplies are short and a\ail-l I! Would it not be better for their helplessly. ..

able feed Is high In price Good pasture '' happiness I if they made a vow to Their only hope-and the hope of millions like them-is that

is the moot logical, simplest please one another? Stanislaus Americans will not be complacent in a starving world . that HERE'S WHAT YOU CAN DO!

a answer to the Problem. It would Lesczcjnskl.
YOU will share the abundance that is )'ours.

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You are pledged to "Share a Meal Every Day, to help supply I. GIVE MONEY.

uarving people with fat and wheat products. But the need for all
T More food can be obtained for a gncu '

' r CONSERVE AND SERVE foods is so desperate that you're asked to do more . to give amount of money when it is bought centrally

,1.o 7Cy to buy food, or give food in tin cans, and to give genre and in large quantities. Send cash,

.I GEORGE )uoI I> money order or check to your local Emer

t Where the food you give will go. Contributions of canned gency Food Collection Committee or to

.+.'. SAID: foods will be distributed free in war-devastated countries on. Lee Marshall, Executive Director, 100
.' l/lf llU4 Dll U' Ut74 ? .,
& the basis of greatest need. Maiden Lane, New York 7, N. Y.

ft ECONOMY MAKES y Why focd must be In tin cans. Food in tin cans can be ...
HAPPY HOMES handled safely for distant shipments and travel over difficult

sAND roads. Leave at any Emergency Food CollectionWhy

SOUND I the need Is so desperate. The battles that brought d epot.

NATIONS; II us victory scourged most of the countries that fought as our Urge your church, club, or organization

INSTILL IT r 1 I allies. The worst drought in fifty years followed the war. Crops to participate!

DEEP. i failed throughout Europe and Asia. 500,000,000 men, uomen.

I and children are hungry and stardng.EMERGENCY. '

1732-1799 eJJJ 1(( I

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; $ l/st end reuse every drop tf cooking I FOOD COLLECTION

4 fat, and thtn turn it over to year

\ rntat dealer Ctnseiinthut salvage

means more soap on behalf of UNRRA

C for you and more HENRY A. WALLACE, National ChairmanThis

: edible fats end

tits IIIS"or advertisement was prepared by the Advertltlna Council for the Emergency Food Collection and It sponsored by

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Jic II< Getting something for nothing .

I has evidently lost of Its oldappeal
; Si:': ,:':E :.: :': ;='i-::: :':.- :':iiiS! :': if:': i1''!:.: :': :::: = I none .
xMr. because the two Golden Key
and Mrs. Hugh McLaJghlln Representative and Mrs. W J. ) specials on display at the BurneyKtlx -

and two children of Miami are Ilendry were visitors who spent I I fn. arc attracting a great deal I /a

pending this week In Okeechobeewith i Tuesday In West Palm Beach, : of attention among Okeechobee I

his mother, Mrs. Susie Mc. I housewives..

Laughlln.W. MISS VILLA TOML1NSON: AND I Procuring gifts In return torColden a

-- JAMES R, MINEIIAN, JR. I Key coupons I ig nothing new

B. Hargraves. loft yesterdayfor WILL WED SOON In this community. For years, -: 7 ,
where he entered the
Orlando Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Tomlihson Gulden'> Key coupons have been y CHEAP y*
Orange General Hospital for med. :
announce the engagement and ap tnvc-d fm the purchase of certain -

Zeal treatment. preaching marriage of their daughter popuhir brand if food and redeemed y'w' ElECTRIClTrt't1

Miss Willa, to James R Min for every kind of article +

Mr. and Mrs. B. A. Beville and. ehan, Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. J. R. -

little daughter, Anne, left Wednesday Mlnchan, Sr, of this city. The wedding !\ '
to their home In t\.tt't New
to return will take place In the near F
Wildwood after spending several

days here with Mrs. Bryant Bowden. future. ., H po \\\\ $2,500,000 .x t;

Mrs. Malcom Simmons ol Fort CHURCHES OF CHRIST, \1.bDans\ \(on Ra te; ,

Myers arrived In Okeechobee Sun SCIENTIST: LESSON: St D.\Y t19'"am Reduction

and Is spending this week ,
day'night .
"Is the Universe, Including Man tt(
here with her parents Mr and !Mrs
Evolved by Atomic Force 's ,
R. Cheshire. (
\V. the subject of the lesson-sermor
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which will be read In Churchcr o.
left last Friday
Lauren Reeves
Christ, Scientist, throughout theworld Yr b"
night to return to the army camp. f,
on Sunday, June 23.
He had been stationed in Mississippi
The Golden Text Is: "Th Lord b>
but after his leave was up he re
wisdom hnth founded the earth by
ported to Nebraska where'he will be
umlvfttanding hath he established

stationed. the heavens" (Prov.. 3:10): ,

Among the citations which comprise j
Clarence Lofton, son of Mr. and t s
the lesson-sermen Is the following
Mrs. Morris Lofton, has returned to t
from the Bible: v"Bles th 3
his home here after spending two
Lord, 0 my soul. 0 Lord my God.
years in the amy during which time thou art very great: thou art NEW PLANTS and LINES to provide plentyof
he was with the army in Belgium, ,imaginable from a paring knife toa
clothed with honour and
France and Germany. He returned majesty wrist watch. Sunshine Service , .
Who laid the foundations of the
to the United States last year and The(' two offer now featured at

was sent to an army camp In Ten earth, that It should not be removed tin Burncy-Kclz Co, however, are NEW LOW RATES to make It cheaper. .
| for ever. 0 Lord how manifold
nessee where he remained until his sptciult which will bi available for
are thy works! In wisdom
discharge. a limited time onl>'. One Is a nine- THIS 1* our "winning combination" to help
I I hast thou made them all\: the earth I
Inch Flreklng pie plate The other
is full of thy riches" (Pa. 104. : 1., build Florida- make our State a better,
R. B. MESERVE IN TAMPAR. B, 24). lie a half-do7en beautiful crystal

B. Meserve, secretary of the The lesson-sermon also Includesthe tumblers easier, more profitable place In which to
"Just how this will (
long offer
Chanber of Commerce, spent Tuesday following\ passage from the work and live.
last can't ," :Mr.
In Tampa 'at the meeting of the Christian Science textbook, "Scienceand say comments
Cone, manager of the Burney-Kelz .
Interstate Commerce Commission In Health with Key to the Scrip I -- '

behalf of the Tamiami Trail Tours, tures" by Mary Baker E d d yt t Co. "We've set August 31st as the I

who maintain a freight transfer I 'God creates and governs the universe -, date the offer expires but to be on ;;

point here. This concern Is endeavoring Including man. The universe lie safe side, we're saying August I' FLORIDA POeGBT cOJIPm
31 or until our supply la exhausted.
to Increase its
coverage by extension Is filled with spiritual ideas,
Judging from the this offer is
of the ends of their north which He evolves, and they are way
going over we'll be completely out I ,
and south runs to include Jackson I obedient to the mind that makesthem" hits 1.
ville and Miami. of the pie plates and the tumblers I
(p. 295: 5-8). I ia
before August 31st." iI
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posted on the bulletin boards at the County

Court House, Post Office and City Hall, will be

sold at public auction on the



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


I ) . at the City Hall, City of Okeechobee, Okeechobee -

.., Florida, to pay the amount due for taxes set y

opposite to the same, together with all cost of I

such sale and advertising. r


; WARREN J, KING, Tax Collector :

'a \ ", City of Okeechobee, 1

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