The Okeechobee news
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Title: The Okeechobee news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The Okeechobee Publishers, Inc.
Place of Publication: Okeechobee Fla
Creation Date: July 26, 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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.Volume 32-Number 10 Okeechobee, Florida, Friday, July 26, 1946- Price Five ,Cents

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Of Recent MISS JUAN ELL PEARCE The Legion And I HUDSON BURR ST \;IO-ED- IBasif'owden Passed Away Sunda-y-


Opinions By The \URIED- TOMMOKOWTlife : : : Auxiliary HeldA NEW YORK, STATEThe I Night; Funeral Services at Baptist I

| engagement of Miss Juuncll Oktechobeu News is In receipt -

'I'uirco and William II I'ceplos has, of a letter from Hudson Burr
: Joint Church Afternoon
General MeetingThe Here Wednesday
Attorney ( bin
.been announced by her parent., Mr I which he says he Is now stationed

S and Mrs.Austin Pcarce I II |I I at Camp Dix, New York and ,

Counties may withdraw tax.dellnquet I The wedding will take place July I American legion and Auxiliary la' with the Signal Corps. He says he UNEMPLOYMENT: PAYMENTS Basil Bowden passed away at his t

I .7. at j\o:: P :M? at the first Bup ,I I I Is getting along fine and wishes to
land from thoir sale If they hell a Joint installation of of. IV OKEECHOBEE CCOUNTY apartment In Lake Wales last Sun-
(list Church with the Rev C. H.I 1 1I | be remembered to everyone hero.
I (tiara Wednesday night State president I. SHOW DECREASE FOR WEEK day night following a long Illness.
choose, Attorney General J. Tom |Miami; l performing the ceremony. Ain I II I ,| He says he expects to be home on

Wjitson has advised Jess Mathas. I 'ni nil invitation has been extended I]I :Mrs. Ryan Distric president leave| within the next three or four He was found In bed early Monday
I ) In Okeecho-
clerk of the circuit court In Volusla i to all friends and relative ', Mrs. Llsk and Past Distric President months. Unemployed persons I morning and after an examinationby
bee received' compensationchecks
county That county, the attorney Mrs Wood, were visitors attending County the doctor he said ho evidentlydied

general was informed offered certain : The State BoardOf I the meeting. V. F W. Post To amounting to $13000 during about midnight
I Among the visitors at the Legion the week ending July 13, Carl B. He
lands for sale Later the suffered a stroke of paralysisIn
county I meeting was the Distric Commander Smith, Chairman of the Florida Industrial

decided to dedicate the land to pub Health Has A and several other state officers 'I I Be Installed In Commission reported They,i chobee August and 1940 while living In Okee

He use, but In the meantime the city for several pears seemed
numbered 13 of whom 4
Alto Watforl Jr, was Installed as were men
of DeLand had entered its bid for ( I I to be getting along alright until last
the new Commander of the Post and ; and 9 women, all registered as avail
the purchase of the land The attorney Treatment CenterThe Okeechobee Soon July when he Buffered another severe .
Mrs: Marion Cousait is the new able for suitable employment. i

general said the county is : president of the Auxiliary I __ I Payments throughout the state had stroke Since that time he hat J ..
two light strokes
at liberty to withdraw the land from
sale and make such other legal disposition I largest and busiest venereal The Auxiliary served a roast beef I Dolphus R. Dennis, Extension Officer amounted to $94,772 and were madeto Basil Bowden was born at Brooks-

disease treatment center In the eupper to those present before the'' for the veterans of Foreign 5,935 persons 3,076 men and 2,859 vllle
of It as It pleases. I country March 26, 1891 and
I, the State Board of Health's hospital meeting I Wars, was In town on the 18.19 & women. Total payments increased. was the oldest of five childreyi. He .

ship, The Ernest Hindi Treatment The following Dlstric officers were 20 of July for the purpose of securIng fro: 1 $78,418 during the week ending moved with his wife and one
Although tho
1941 legislature I M Center lowered her gangplankIn present: I i enough members to establish\ a July 6, but were short of the child to Okeechobee in 1920 and be-
made mistake
a by proposing a new Jacksonville this week to receive I AI Daniels, Distric Commander, [ V F, W Post In Okeechobee. The $105428 paid out during the weekending came engaged In the automobile
Section 32 to Article 16 of the I
Florida Constitution when Section I' her first load of patients.Two Lake Worth, Earl Woods, Distric Adjutant 1 following list of names has alreadybeen June 29. !: ,business. Later he moved to Sebring

:12 already existed, both sections'':I weeks ago the ship, which was, Lake Worth, Elmer Baker, I 1 signed as Charter :Members: Chairman Smith explained that i! and established! the first Ford Dealership .

remain In effect ruled Attorney i,loaned to the state health agencyb Sergeant at arms, Lake Worth and t Alfred J. Davis, Jr., James II. Travis those who leave jobs without sufficient that was In Highlands! County.

General J. Tom Watson in the Army through tho U S. Pub- I Bill Porobrick Dlstrtc Cimmlttee-1, 1 1I Rennlce II. Padgett Henry M Hancock reason or who refuse offersof After an absence of several years

an '|IiiI' Health Service was officially I 'man, Lake Worth I Albert E Davis, Claude H Hol- suitable empliyment are not qualified he and his airily moved back to
opinion delivered to Governor :Millard !- I
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F. Caldw-ell Tho See- |!I turned over to the Board' Bureau ) Other officers Installed by the comb, Thomas M Underhill Hugh 0. for compensation payments Okeechobee and lived here unti the .
original I 'Legion Besides Commander Watford Those compensated In this county
Lion 32, proposed In 1939 and I Iof Preventable Disease I Thomas, Monroe Thomas, Jack latter part of 1943 when he moved

adopted by I i A case load of 12000 patients per arc James \. Cousart, Vice Commander ]Paige Bobby Paige Roy W.' during the week were classified as: back to Sebrlng and then to Lake
popular vote In 1940,
: year Is expected to be carried by Jackson Davis, second VI"e l ]Draughon Renlce Eubanks, Sam T. Agricultural grader, one man; Wales

established. The the second state Section parole 32 commission like. the Center n bigger! load than hand- Commander, Dowling Watford Ad (i Thoiras, Well E Hood, Clarence F. Skilled pipefitter one man; Foreman Funeral services were conducted I

(I led b}' the State Board' previous jutant Sylvanus Harden, Finance ]Hood Le Roy Chandler, Thomas J. construction, one man; Semiskilled Wednesday afternoon at three
1042, adopted authorized by the popular legislature vote In I four centers at Pcnsj\cola, Ocala, Officer, Dan McCarthy, Sergeant att' ;Raulerson Regan M Womack; Earnest -' motor grader operator one o'clock at the First Baptist Churchof

tovest I Wakuli and Jacksonville These cont- Arms, Van Llghtsey, Chaplin, and i E. Ralford Jean II Hamrick,' man; Unskilled laborer, canning, Okeechobee with Rev Sam Dur
rules relating to conservation (
:| ers have been closed and all sjphlll-! Cecil Bass, Historian :i ]Fulton L. Smith Robert N Nix Vln-I nine women ranee former pastor of the church
of salt
water fish in a slate board.It ,
I tic patients are channeled through The American Flag and Auxiliary'Bonner cent Boromel Fredreck Boromel, Lee ----- conducting the services Following
was just clerelal the
a error :
I the hospital ship were presented' to the Auxlliarv ;L. Rhymes, John II Wplker, Nell S. I Is the services the church the body)
Attorney General concluded but I Health Board
until It is corrected the constitu : Patients are treated and dismissed by Alto Watford, Jr., for the ;Hough and :Merrill P. Hardy I{( I was laid to .rest In tho Okeechobe

I fron: the center In an average of Legion and were accepted by Mrs There will In The Okco
appear with Masonic Honors with
I Cemetery
tion will have two Sections 320 '
a Article 10 I nine days now as against 72 weeks )I fousart on behalf of the Auxiliary j:, ,ehbee News the date for Instullat;, Warning All To ales bers of the Okeechobee Lodgeof

| It formerly required Pennllm every 1 post I IOf |Ion of V. F. W. Post In Okeechobee' ; Masons In charge

i i two hours is the standard leers of the Auxiliary installed \Until that time veteran that is .
The city of Live Ook cannot : treatmcnt'l besides the 'Mrs DuI I any Watch The FoodsA He is survived by his widow and
Transportation is president were
eligible and who is Interested In becoming "
two daughters Mrs. Lucile Stello of
Rally tax homesteads recently Mrs'
rita Watford vlco i
I State Board by bus and
member will contact Jack.,
taken Into the city limits for bonds | a Tallahassee, and :Mrs S. S. Benha.ni

'a' issued .l>n.. ..towMpi.y'nu.luMwn, At. on for, he _patient to and ,from the!!i Gertrude Hood Llghtsey Historian SocyTreas., Mrs ,son Davis at tho, 0 K. Garage warning to folks to use.caution i of Washington D C., one l.on'l:Bill.! s ..
j clinic through which be wa"orlglnally I Lucy Miss Minnie "
tornev General 'J'y ,o.f. Watson has\ : I 'Lee I In preparing and eating the better, Bowden of Clewlston,""one sister!
admitted 4 McCarthy Chaplin Mrs. AliceI '
advised! II II. Hair, Jr., Suwannee j'I I \OM\VS: SOCIETN OF known "summer" foods, such as salads :Mrs Mable Llngenfelter of Talln-
The ship Is completely equipped! Bronson Sgt. at Arms, !Mrs Peggy
county tax collector Property not Hudson Assistant Sergeant at Arms i CHRISTIAN SERVICE i iI cream-filled pantries, ham and I hassee, and two brothers, Kit
with dining examination and I
In the city7et: th? tjme a debt was x-ray I _ _. __ I Tuesday I 'fowl was sounded today by the StareBoard i Bowden of Monticc'llo, and Bryant
| | following circle '
meetings I
labor.Activitlen of Health's Bureau of Sanitary Bowden of Okeechobee and four t
ineuritd cannot be taxed to pay off
| I i afternoon July 23. the Woman's Society .I
that debt.Countlel. Large IncreaseIn Engineering grandchildren
of the center are ehanneled of Christian Service met .
: ford| Lack of precaution in eating these The active pallbearers were B. E
through the Bureau of Preventable I the regular business session In the
may levy up to five mills I favorite foods causes 75 per cent ofall Ingraham M.*C. Pitts Frank Chandler
Disease directed by Dr. R. Collections I II annex of the church. I I II
nnnually to maintain hospitals, but' food upsets// Robert LaMartin: V. F. Reeves
T. Sondag Dr. Daniel C. Leavitt i I The program was presented by
they cannot obligate themselves to la\\ I I It Isn't thai these foods are dangerous and \Y. J. Hendry The honorary
medical officer In chargo of the ship "Mrs: J. :M Roe, who used 'Women'
pay for building a hospital withoutan Of Fat Salvage | its. ,just that most people pallbearers were J. L. Barber E M
He Is aided by two doctors and 151! : as her topic, Interestingly revelwlng
election of the freehollers This don't stop to think that lurking In a :lIe erve, C. S. Dcshong, N. 0. Stewart -
Howard E. Holtzman is worthwhile achievements of
I I I nurses
ruling by Attorney General J. Tom' buns-, women plate of potato salad chicken salad T. H. Nix and B. K. Padgett
,, ness administrator and ( of yesterday, and pointing out
was Ringing up n 28 per cent Increasein ; oppor- has S'evenson Funeral of SebI
Watson directed to Chairman i or sliced ham that been improperly I Home
: Adams Is the ship's captain. I tunitl's! and responsibilities of tomorrow -:
T. P McLeod of the :Madison county : Peroon-I, collections of used fat in a contest l refrigerated for hours, may ring was In charge of the arrange-
nil numbers about a the'' :Mrs Roe devotional ccn- I
run during :May and June ments
They had inquired have multiplied the bacteria thatwill I
treed on Matthew 10: 28
If they might appropriate $100,000 I First National Stores operatingthroughout : I produce what la known as food --

to build a hospital and pay for it out t U'RFNCE STEWART .'' New England and West-)' Mrs: D R. McNeil presided at the I poisoning If the same precautionand :MRS EDWARD T CONRAD! I

of tax Income FRVNCES CARTER MARRIED Chester County, New .York, are con business hour during which a mag.I "respect were shown these foods ENTERTAINED AT \\OM\NS:
I i I niflclent gift of $50.00 was made to
GEORGIA I lnccd that action bylthe
TN \\V\CROSS < aggressive |I as Is given to seafoods for Instance, CLUB TUESD\Y AFTERNOON
: the organization by Mrs Louise
The state welfare board would not man behind the meat counter results less eating upsets would be nportefj:
I I Smith of Apopka, sister of :Mrs F
be In danger of a libel suit If It Laurence Stewart and Miss Fran In larger turn ins of fats i'Flrlr {': t There are two Important'wny\ to Mrs Edward T. Conrad was honored
l' W. Zander It was the concensus ofI
should go Into court to compel National Stores capitalized ( keep bacteria from multlplylnlr'the.eaun'mer with a miscellaneous showerat
cia Carter married at Waycroe., r
were I '
opinion that this amount be used as '
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certain boarding homes for children: upt.il the fact that most women know I!I I standbjs One Is to prepare the Woman's Club Building Wednesday -
I Ga on Tuesday of last week After a nucleus for a fund to purchase a
to comply with Its minimum standard ? fat salvage Is the only way to al.! | the food just before consun:p- I July 24. Several selections .

.. Attorney General J. Tom Watson :'; their wedding they spent a short leviate the soap shortage, and turned (I fan for the church I lion A second and most Important of popular music was rendered by
:Mrs R. E. Link, chairman of
has advised David J. Lewis i, honeymoon In South Georgia and their meat dealers into salesmen for I lone Is to properly refrigerate such( I :Misses Pernlio Hunt and Iris Con-
Christian Social Relations launched
Jacksonville attorney for the board.I North Florida before returning fat sahagc" points out the American .I foods if not planning to eat them I rad Mrs Conrad was born In Eng-
a drive for Emergency Relief.At I j
The attorney voiced the fear of the home Fat Salvage Committee Immediately. People using and pre- land being one of the English War
I the close of the meeting men b- '
hoard that boarding houses mIghtr'sJnt At present they are making their "Putting aggressive personal sales- paring "summer" foods for picnics I Brides that have come to the United
of the Wesleyan Service )
being charged with operating home at Lake Placid anship on top of the ers IIUlld// household consumption or In com- States to make their home.
four..ear-I proved charming hostesses for
places unfit to house children oil educational campaign merolal eating places are urged 0'' In England showers are not given
social hour. Mrs E H. Hunt,
The attorney general suggested I, Adolph Rupp nationally known I ,merit and industry seems 1 dent of the guild was prell'l( I I keep refrigerated at BO degrees or.Mower I and Mrs Conrad thoroughly enjoyed

however that the act which soughtto Vnlversity of Kentucky basketball proved the extra shove needed to get i I i the novel experience. She received
I serving by a committee from her
regulate such boarding homes coach began lectures on the sport | women In the habit of Icooplng" ,: | Potato salad is one of the foods to many beautiful and useful gifts
comprised of Mrs. Frank Lou j
only In counties of 207,000 population at the Flollda Coaches and Officialalschool skimming and scraping every drop'of group which people give the least thought I Refreshments of ice cream and
than :Mrs J. II McCranie Mrs Paul
Is of doubtful validity lost Wednesday at Florida household grease, and. turning it i: Too often if it's to bo eaten at a I cake were served to the guests by
J Robbins, Mrs Clifford Boy lea and I '
Military' Academy, Col Walter B.I; i| over to ment dealers at regular intervals :Mrs Paul Bureleshaw I j j picnic It Is prepared tho day before I Mrs Ella Conrad, Mrs Glenn Davis

That part of the property in Clay MendeU, FMA: president, announced i! ," tho Committee states |: Others !Mrs P. I thus giving the bacteria plenty of I and Mrs Francis Hough

house Coach Rupp will teach basketball 1 first National Stores meat depart- : present were; BI I ._
county used exclusIvely to { timo to multiply. If It Is --- -- -
I r' Evans, :Mrs W. L. Burgess !Mrs F. necessary
aired members of the Loyal Order of through the close,! of the coache'j)! i, ents competed with each other I i W. 7ander :Mrs W Casscl, Mrs. to prepare the potatoes for the salad I \ERNON IIGIITSF1 LEADING

Moose la exempt from general .. school July 27 I prizes, which were awarded to those other foods I FISHING CONTEST WITH
or prepare some time before
H II. Raulerson, :Mrs II A. Procter,
will as special real estate taxes, Attorney - .7Mr. I I stores securing the largest amountof :Mrs J. A. McVelll, Mrs. Roy Draughon eating, don't mix the ingredients i. I A TWELVE POUND BASS
General J. Tom Watson has and Mrs W. O. Bethea have used fats per dollar of meat do- until time to
I !Mrs W. A. Lnwson Mrs C. use I
advised State Comptroller J. M Lee hal a. their guests for the past two partit.ent sales In tho four-week J'nkinsll :Mrs C II Parkerson, Miss F'I) Eat. "summer foods either pipIng Verne, Llghtsey took the lead IT

!"uh': (lands and buildings .. providen weeks their grandson, Billy Tomline I period of the contest Jo Parrlsh", Mrs C. S. CorneliusMrs hot or ice cold I i| the Fishing context now being car-

charitable hAven for aged : son of Sebringf 'The 23 per cent Increase in Uledfat Harry Flledge, Mrs W. i Russ Mrs ______ l I sled on by Padgett'. Texaco Service

ire not required to pay either cur collections seems to Indicate that Jack Elledge and :Mrs W. R. Ilowell.l Miss Bill Bethea left Sunday to I Tuesday afternoon when he landed a

tent taxes or taxes to retire bonds and Mr. Horace: Watford returned women respond quickly to their meatdealers visit friends In Salisbury, :Md I twelve.pound bass He was fishing

previously voted by the county, yesterday from PcLand where urgings'to save and turn In pardized For while the present availability i| up Kissimmeo River from Camp

I they spent the first of the week. salvaged fats," according to the of soap may be considerably, Representative and Mrs W Jt.Ylendry Okee-Simmee. *

T A Sl p"ore left yesterday at American Fat. Salvage Committee. less than the public would like, were visitors spending yes-, : Up to that time Rod Chandler was

noon to return to his\ home In Try 0, J. Price returned to his homo 'Unless every housewife saves and can only be maintained through the I! terday afternoon and evening ,t'I top man In the contest The Contest

onne, N. C., after spending two weeks here Monday from Detroit Mich I turns In her used cooking fats, aa continued effort of American womenin Stuart where they went to attend i1 I will close on the night of July 31st.

when he underwent an operation at much as a month's supply of soap concludes I I I
h. tf visiting at the home of Mr.nml : their kitchens; the Chicken dinner that was given 'In ,

I Mr P. P... Evans and fam'ly.'. Henry Ford .Hospital!. !I I I In the coarse of a year may be jeo- I Committee. I honor of Marvin Rowell i Advertise In The News





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Qlu'rdtl111l'C, dus The Hoard of County Commission. No 1987 year of Uiuanee J
en of okiirhobee County hereby InMlu
I CLASSIFIED ADS I 1,110 fur windows and doors to 1927.Certificate .
lie need In the enimtrnrtlon or the No 64S, year of !..
Published Every Friday by tie okiiiliibra (unity Hospital Numbers f fI fI
Okeechobe News Co., at 0 **eh- shown ore three nr>|'earlnir on the nuance 1931. Shop

. be., Okeechobe County, Florida Inv 1 1.llIno 1 Oil or flip Mill with' limiltnl the Iluxpltnl. still pluts'oIllOllt-be- Description of property: Okeechobee Armature

FOR SALEFOR if'i ..f I heIt..iirl of t'on nly ('oinuiUsli 1. Bee. 100 ft. S. of NE Cor of
BRYANT BOWDEN . . . .. Bdltof i :re 01111 I OJ"'II| to liiH, |''','tl< n at any I
lit,... irliiif l I uxliiDxs hours: NW% of SEtA, run W 215 ft
--- --- SALE Two 1500 W.D.. C. nude mint 1 be riii.l\"'(I set liter than S 150 ft E 215 ft. N 150 ft.
Entered a* sncnnd clots matter J ly lirndny 1 AlIlCliot 'ilh, 1:Mil and livery I I MOTORS FANS
1. the Poet rr ""MI." Okeocbo light plant. Also two V4 II P. IIIIIHl I h I' Hill '.I. Sec 22 Twp 87 S, Rare 35 E, ELECTRIC ,
...J.IIIia.t un 1,.r of B' 187: ; 7 "ltll'"W'' :'ft. "in. x n rt 2 In. x
Motor. All In good\ condition cont 2 acres
196 It II 4 IlKhts
SUBSCRIPTION RATE W. S. rurker Ind antown 17 wi11,11W0 I :I :It. 4 In x f ft. :2 III 2. Beg 250 ft S of NE Cor of LIGHT PLANTS

One Year in, advance . . . . .$$109 --- \ \\liuliwH 1)1")6 In' 1), 2 II,ft,. 4 8 Unlit In. z .1 ft. :2 In x I NW% of SEVi run S 60 ft W I

Six Months In advance . ... .. 1.00 If airlines can lower their cargo I,1'1\ In, 11. II" :t I lights I 215 ft. NttOft.B245ft.In
Three Months In advance ... .76 I :i wlr..low8. 2 ft. U In x 4 ft 2: lu REPAIRED
rate to three cents a r lie, approxl x 1% In, 1*, II, :2 lltfUtu I Sac 22, Twp; 37 S, Rge 85 E, !
11 ately 25 per ci'nt of the nation's I 3 nlnilow. 8 ft 4% In. X B ft S In.olt..1 cont, 1,acre
Reading notices In local colomni 19enti -- l tllKfimiltSt .
a line. lutes for rtlipltr alverMnlnif fresh fruits ':Mgitublta may be door, 3 ft. 4 In X 0 ft. 10 In xHi 8. Beg 77 ft N & 245 ft W of i a

furnlntiPd on application Class tarried In pi in<', 11 continuing study In, ifliim'I I NE Cor of NWV4 of SEV4 run All Work Guaranteed
tflod IrertlilnR. 2 cents each word I I loom. J fl. fl In. x 0 ft. 10 In x I
nor Insertion All Items regarding en l h\ \\ nvi <' l'ni\'i,r- tA & P Food 1'>, In" flush il orn. S 332 ft W 110 ft N .122 ft.
rprlncs conducted for profit are :I there, :2 ft. ID In. X Oft. 10 In X
Storey and l the Hinrs indi- N 210 ft. E 100 ft In
rate.. ''''ijni E 16 ft i
rharffeihle at advertising I t. In? riiini! ors I.
,ate". I 1 I" (i 'I:ion, t ft? ;0 In I. x 0 ft. 10 la xI Sec 22, Twp 87 S Rge 35 E, r
I I I.', In fhlMh' doors, I' -
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U( dose :2 0 In. x I
>n I 1 In, flush doors Name In which assessed, Lula
loom' :2 ft. 10 Dt x 0 ft 1U lu xIn I
BUSINESS & PROFESSIONAL I Ii | E ell. Joe Mulberg, Vivian Martin Located in Markham Building
| \I lu;;rlI't"i.; 0 In x 0 ft. 10 In x All of said property being in the
IOM In.. pr doors, gliiMI I
'i n I :7 ,I..ora I i: ft, II In x 0 ft 10 in ItI' County of Okeechobee, State of North Park Street .
tIn "', In Him
=DI RECTORY = ie 1 1 1 dir I :;: 2 ft. 8 In. x 0 ft 10 lu, X Florida. I
1 ',. ICln. I Unless such certificate or certificates !

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.... 11I'j I .lour, 2 ft. 10 In x 0 ft 10 In x to law, the property described In -- -
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'. ,,1'8. :j n. 0 in x 0 ft 10 In x such certificate or certificates will I ---. --- --- -. --- -----
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East Side
1 ", III. IIln08. sold to the highest bidder at the
\ l'mon A. Tlerthi <*tntrsICiK 1111\1(1'| (ti/' ('(il"VI Y I'OMMI1MOM : : Ibe I I
DRUG SUNDRIES I:Ito 01 OKI':1IUHI.I court house door on the first Mon.

Props, "OT'X'I'Y.\ I I, In the month of August, 1916,
fly I' I It.: lilt.\\\'IIY. I NFWS .
C.XDIESompl.tl' ..VicarM.1Ui' which Is the Cth day of August j1ida
( LIne Of I ': P. 1I.\I'J.EH'O: ('1'' rkOM I
II I ST.\'IIOrlliUDUIFS: \ II 1916Dated.

<. ) Elms:: I FOUNTAIN SERVICE NOTICE. I I this 2Rth day of June 1916 ACADEMY
i rnosrr < 01 STY. FLORIDAT
fiSH Sial) Clerk of Circuit Court of
I to Section 0 of (Ohnpter '
puontCB i Nest Door to Poi-tofflce is:l1l0.( Fans "f Flnrlln. Acts of 1U37 I Okeechobee County, Florida I One of Americas outstanding military
klllwlI I nx the Ml[ 'HI IIV ACT and In schools The only resident mili
or ChoJlter SOflflS. laws of f
Open fi t. M to 10 P. M I Phone 136 I i.i.rlln I Arts of 1041, known as the i I tary school in Florida with RO.TC.
accredited standard
unit. Fully Highest
I '1'
ACT the following described
I I IS"I'1 .ltllllt.,1 I In F.'erIII'I I Drnlnmre I ELECTRICAL WORK 0 B B 11 of training, Separate Junior Dept.
District In Ok oboe County. FlorI j '
All branches of athletics Aviation
.____ 4 I bin will In offered fir sale at public 1 ,
4 ,.,"itrn' for the hlghnst and heat cash ;, training available. Limited enroll
101,1 I I subject too the right of the Tnisi EVANSHOU. B
I i..< of the Internal Improvement P.P. ment. All inclusive rate $1,075.

DR. I 1'111111 I and of the Hoar! of Comtnlssi Address Col, Walter B. Mendels, Pres,, Florida
OKEECHOBEELIQUOR irrs of ilverglnd's Prfllnnge Dlsil Box 9 ,
Military Academy, St. Petersburg, Fla
I t to reject my null oil bids, at the a r r ?
STORE t"I 'irthnitsp. boelnilnir at 10001r'rlork : I E WIRING
,V. M "n the 10th dm of '
of'lnn,1 ----- -- -- ----- ----- ----
\ilk"ml lllfl A to pnrnln
..f tit, acres or mire title to one-half
On!) Bar In Town of ni>tr<,loiirn nod three-fourths of ----- --- -- -
otter mln.rol.111 be reserved by 1'
1'riistpps of the Interi al Improvement ,,
Pyil Pnsptnpntu for rond right of
PHONE BA.IiLto5P.M! nn 200 fut wide "'11be reserved by Chilts#fever
sail Insteei from any parcel through Staney'sRADIO
Seward Swain whlrh thin' Is nn ox lull i K tote rood :
OKEECHOBFE, FLORID nod ens inent for drul iait 0011 I !I our TO MALARIA
terlnutnulo11 I :;: nod for rood |:;trl'| OSPSilll 666 sots AT OMCf to r.'
lie r..r'.l..1 I 11 the II nrl if II......used by mllllont
('nmmlasinnrrx< Plntrl: or'PrlllnIl'1, Dinlif I SAFiOUKKtUBiOMf for' tort .., try M 666NURSE

fwrlitlon !
| I .AijTIVH-ij. A*Vmcw
Lots 11 & 12 Hlk 111 lily
of Jk.I: hi> i!'
I...In 1 &. 0. Hlk 103, City of Ok"eI i iehnben I --- -- - -- AND APPLIANCE

Burney Kelz Tots 12 & 13. Blk 1. Okeetbolic I
Atlantic Service Sta. lUlirht I LOSES FAT SERVICE

Paul D Bobbin Owner Formerly Tote 3, 8 &, 0, Blk HI City ofOkePchobpe SAFELY AYDS WAY

Tots 1 to 10 Inc. Elk 4. Okepcho, Get..,...,wJfiwrf MWC/M 6
Denmark'sComplete bee IIi-lidt I
EXIDE BATTERIES lots 1 to 10 Inc., Blk S. Okeerho A !!t esi $ .
e hoe IMirhts w'g ." ..r ALL WORK GUARANTEED 90 'DAYS 'r
LEE TIRES Tots. 1 to 12 Inc? nik fl. Okp, ,'hoI II 5''J sailer. Noauciss.drnaaNon.e. 1/
Horn Outfitters I ii PI n..ljfhl. :
(;A$: HL GREASINGOKEECIiOBEE I..IM 1 to 0 V 11 to 14 he, Hlk
7, Ohppplinbpo II..lifhts. .en..fmoo Iii
Tots 1 to 4 I no.. Bib 8. OkoivhO p.r.on. bdnr 1to !
FLA. I Phone 115 J. E. Cone, Mgr bee I II,'Icrl,tsI .,, ..... o en o a w New Radios Available Now
I L"'Is 3 t.. 12 her nik 0. Okp,','h.. I II Dy u imud-d.dae,
1".1'I TIptlit|| ,
1.10 1 .V 2. 111k.I 71\ ('Itof Okrr, i AYD8 befora lath meal dune tlw *p- Electric and Battery
I hder I etsa get N mine minerals,ewental
iittxTFis or TILE IMPR nu, In Ayds art tiro AYDS Viumlnndy
6ALTO'S NM no\r\ir\T 11'NP way to ices weight now 30 day supply
'Idt"1 --- ffortl FbooMSTEIUV
inv r m dea t gal renUU. *
The Fredrick Studio r\ntOIAIES DRAIN. \ DIUO SINDRIF9
S.\ (Uphtalrs Over Raaler.on'* MVBFL P R\UIFR10N' : Agent Tear out thin .\dv aN a reminder. _. -- 7
for Trustees of the I Her
Dept Store) nnl Imprc-impnt Fun end --- --- -- -- ----------- ----- ------- ------ .
for Ro.1 of Commissioners ,
Barbeques Pork and Beef of lierKlnrtes Drnlnnue Dls.trlit .
Okeecbolee County
Fresh Portrait Commercial 1'"lor,In
Dally ,
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COLD DRINKS I Ariel Photography
i Notice Is hereby given that Ulmer
Pafrottve. phone 143 1. Ezell and his wife, Pansy Ezell, S
I DALLAS CLAY, Owner \ .t
I IHARDEN'S the holders of the following certifl . -

rates have filed said certificate for

I tax deed to be Issued thereon The
certificate numbers and years of ismance .
the description *f the prop.

East SidePackage rty, and the names In which it wasissessed

are as folows:
Tinker Shop Certificate No 808, year of 1..

Store .
General Repairing I Subscribe to The News .

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EAST OhELCHOBEE neautyrcsi at as Casement Windows Venetian Blinds i r

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\LTO \TFOUD & SONS (3 or 4 persons) Granted Upon

& MACHINE SER. Gulf Station Presentation of This Advertisement 25 |lL I

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DODGE mMOlTII That Good Calf Goi I I' II Location: 3 Miles North of Daytona Beach, on U. S. No. 1 Highway

Sales & !ler\Ice GULF PRIDE OILAlto's 2 Miles from Ocean via Nearest Bridget
21-hoer Wrecker !:ervtc' $ i iUSEet I

Ja* Ih 92 :Night" i'll.92or133 I

Dunlop lire.I & luhe Cottages .

'.en Ele 'tm' \ppllanie In rhi Heart Of Town t

"111"Refrlarerator... Waler \\eikh. or Daily Rate .

Heaters \ll r ahln. Arefodern:
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"We service Them All"North t

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Next Door To All NIght Aid follow InKnMtlooaU' HOMER HARDESTY, Co-Mgr. PHONE 1800 t
Station Title the Ball Blue Boofc. To it your copy

end 100 with your oan and addrM c- P. O. BOX 747 DAYTONA BEACH, FLORIDA l

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'. The minute man,"tymbol of lavIngs NOTICE OP INTENTION TO
Local and Personal BELL LAXD .. .
GILBERT I bonds and stamps ilnce 1941,I == 00. E3 .

has turned from war to peace One I :NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that r
Miss Claudine Moblcy returned to pursuant to Hectlon 15 (1)). Chapter J t to
of the most publicized trade
THEATRE widely 20(113: Laws of Florida Acts of 1041.
her home here Sunday night from and Section 07, 14717, Lawsof .
narks of all time, it has appeared on Florida, Acts rarrif. ts amended NON-COIIIIOIIYI NON CLOOOINO
:51 X!=-ssg: :-: ; hundred. of millions of defense and I Kanapolls, N. C, where she spent hy fiction 11' Chapter 20(118( Lows ofFlorida SCASS ""'D N02ZLI '

Sunday and Monday war savings stamps, on billboards, two weeks' visiting relatives and suant: to, Arts S"ctlon of 1041 43. Chapter and also 20722 par :
frIend.. Laws of Florida Acts of 1041. ns i '
In and donated
on posters, sponsered amended by Beot'on 10 Chapter 22070 BUGS !
July 28.29, 1946 bond advertisements, In leaflets, II laws of Florida:; Acts: of 10H. ani9oetton
C, H. Parkerson, local manager 41. Chapter 20722 laws of 8 ( \ \\
"BLUE DAIILIA"Allan stamp books and stationery, Its separate Florida Acts of 1041 as amended brSvtlon
for the Florida Power & Light Com Zl. Chapter 22070 laws ofIlorlln
LaddVaronlca reproductions running Into the Acts of I'XI! the followingd.eerlbed I l ( BEAT THEM
billions pany spent Tuesday In West Palm I Inn,Is lu Okeechobee Countyllirlla .
Lake I Beach where he went to attend a I , to.wit: 1..1 r I' i TO THE DRAW
W Allen Markham, former "
Today I
plus"MRCII manager's meeting:. Lots 5 & B. Blk 14. City of Okee (1-- iJ Don M bu4i. Pttti or
JVar Finance Committee Chairmanfor rhobee disease destroy V9ur
OF TIME' Okeechobee County was advisedby I,ots 2 through 0 Inc & 8 to 10 I >;;: trap or CI.'d n.-.o
Dr C. R Bibb left yesterday for Inc? Blk 111 City of Okcecho I
(Problem Drinkers) the Treasury Department that a lee '
\ Detroit, :Michigan where he will Lots 2 through ft I Inc It 10 to 12 I
COMEDY - NEWSREEL new Minute Man has been adopted. enter the Henry Ford Hospital Inc Blk 1IH:. Cln of Okncbohee I wwyM)
First used In the defense savings I tot bee 4. lllk 150. City of Okoccho I !

l campaign of 1941, the original design Tommy Evans returned to his Tots 1 to J, Blk. 190 City of Okee I -

Friday and Saturday was adapted from the famous home here Saturday from the Navy I.ot chobee 4. Ulk 4. Southern lues Add" I t The Modern Long-LYe Sprayer Fully
Minute !Man statue by Daniel Cheater lots 3 to Tine" nik 70 City of
In MassacHusetts
having been discharged
August 2-3, 1946 French which stands at Concord, | lot Okeel'hohep 4. Blk 21). South OkoeehoheeSH S Guaranteed-For Every Spraying Need

Massachusetts "by the rude bridge ; of Lot 41 & W 1010 ft. of Nye
.. Nancy Kelly lr lot 41 Outside Itecliuiatlnn e WEIGHS JUST
Tyrone PowerIn i that arched the flood" where the em- Mrs. W K Kowart arrived In Lot 1 tn 4 (Ine. & 10 to 12 Inc?
1775 fired ntk 87. City of Okeechobee FOR SALE
battled patriots In April,
Okeechobee Sunday and Is spending
the shot beard round the world," as will he otfered for sale st puollc outcry AT YOUR DEALERS
weeks here with her sister Mrs
"JESSE JAMES"and two for the highest and beet cash bld,1onlleet I CAN USE IT
described In Emerson's poem I P P. Evans and family to the right of the B"nrd ofI, COVERS LARGE
Commissioners of Everglades Drain $7 25
Up to now the :Minute Man has age District. and/or Board of County I' OR SMALL AREAS .

"Born For Trouble"with been facing to the right, turning. :Mr and Mrs S. G. Burns of Pa inmlsslonirH h'leridn' to rejift of Okeccbobce any and all County In, S DIFFERENT For furtherinformation

1 away from the plow as he groups his I hokee were visitors spending yes nt. the Courthouse: beginning at 10:001 I SPRAYS AT THE
.. of I
o' lock A M on the 10th Any I
musket: a symbol of the nation turn- terday morning In Okeechobee \UIlII"t. mm Faspmcnt: for ,'ra 10"UK i TWIST OF THE
Van Johnson Ing from the pursuits of peace to ned I rerlaniiillin nod, road I purposesn WRIST write
'ill he reserved j
Faye Emerson take up arms for freedom. I Gilbert Culbreth returned to his
noviip or rovMissioNrnsi!
CARTOON \EWSREEL:: In the new design the patriot fares home here yesterday from DoLand 01 FVFIIOIIDIi s ntiviNAdC I WIIOHt SCRIIN

to the left, bringing the plow Into I where he spent two days with bis and lilSlHIdinoiiti (: I

the foreground: the musket Is i mother and daughter. His daughter, ) or coiN-n COM"
21I,911)Nrlt9 OIOKIFIIIO
Coming grounded but still In his grasp On Miss Virginia Lee Culbreth returned nEE <'()ii';\'rM ouinv. I

Attractions the base of the statue will appear I with him and sill spend a month Bh IkAflhpPi'I: UAUIERSOV Court of, .

the keynotes of the peacetime savings here 0keeehnter I olliin !.'lorld ias SALES Co.er
"ROVD TO UTOPIA" agent fee sell Biorils. i.renbur. ,Is
bon|I and stamp program: the: B>' OinnlP W nnukrsonDeput
"AND THEN THERE WERE "ord "Security" Alto Watford, Jr and family returned > ," "rk

NONE" Monday from South Carolina I -- ----- - --

"RHAPSODY IN BLUE" where they pent two weeks 'vacationing i

"COL. EFFING HAM'S RAID" Advertise in The News '

Mrs W. 0. Bethea returned Sun K16HTWHEN
day. after a few weeks spent In Tam

i Subscribe to The News pa visiting relative C -AlMOST EYERYTHINa

Mrs. Jim Jordan and small daughter ,
1 H RX1LRXLitea:: ) III.! aIN >< ,,}tftikuTiT4T11: ; :gH't1.J.d.J.d.J1l;: !.
were visiting In Lakeland and U

I Lake Wales the past week


OR INVESTING IN MORTGAGES, BE \ moor' nrnr.FTPurmnnnt 1
fn the provlnlons of IIpe< t
SURE THE TITLE IS CLEAR. HAVE tin 1 2"712, Flnrlln la r'I1n 1M1! ssnmpnilnl
In Rw Mnn; 8 ; r 22V I Iq 1 1
AN ABSTRACT PREPARED BY !>. lawn of rinrlln Acts of I'mOTICT ,
I'J \ is' iiFurm rnrs that a 1
pnblir hearing nhnll he held t>:v the / IGlT'CO1PLn
Okeechobee Abstract i Cnnntv nnnrl of PnMli Instruction\ ofOkpwhnbw / fLORID.\\ POW( (
Company i
County. Florida' on ;July: ?
,J! !fl. 1IM! nt the hour it 2:00: P. M In I ... y\

J. L. BARBER, Manager. 5X:fk 5 5SULXXlli ft1 f room etc nt('"nnnSehnn'the Court ITonm Board for the meeting par\ no .

rinse of illwiuKlnn with the cltt" ns
IIf the "nnlllv the I'rn"n.o" .hnn' I
!: : )}>( )!!<.!( k,0.iueulsunelIuunj,.|t,4unui uuRaele4JtJLltEVERGLADES ) t nrtupt of enid' (Countv for the .flsonl J.
--- veer hpjrtnnlnz .TnU 1. 104H! and end -
Inp. .Tone 10. 1047 whloh hulsret Is
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nnmrlrol an fnllnwn:
i. iu'PCFT; run !rrnnr AND2t.tiNTFN.tNCF
GRILL OF rnooii' '
A. lid nner. nn hand Boirlnnlnir of
Tear: 1. !'tnt.. Fun. *3.02ft:
Located In 2. coiintt rinds *m:>inintrlct : 2.
riiiidn. 7IH: Total' .

B nnd.\ ''lintd T.,.1.'ril Tlncotpts Fu,,"" 1*I7 State 147' '1

NOW OPEN 5. ComifTn\.... .211.q M 1 'I
District, Tn\. *1 nil' 4 +
Other IInurpp $11000: Total'. N-OT C-E.'THE
1. Ton
Proposed Fxpondit"rr*
Specializing in Sea Foods era! Contr 1 *. "nn 2 Ii xtnirtlonnl
: Onlnrl"! I nnl, 1 Fvi" imaOT I
and SteaksOpen "no: 1. Oi>'rntl"o.i "f Pints. --
6:00 ,\. M. till 11:00 P. M. Phone No 8 Mfino.: 4. Mnh"t,'nnnoo. 52100:1 I I.l1fnry
f. .\... .to..I.o I 1I".I..lIn.r. j
Hits GLADYS MOBLEY, Prop Tramp"rtnM $12700: n Fix I
OIl fhnrizp Ii.. !In.ing Inonrnncc
& "nml1llo.lnu., M ."0: 7. CapItal
. . .. ,. .. .. '
--------------- -- --- ontliu' 11 100' R Debt lor
,vice $17100: H. I f.fT\f.. ..701:
Tntn'' $1"0 .ni .
mnrrr ion, DT (' '
a BnliiK-n nod 1 ulna if Tons, K20IO!
B Aitl..Ipit,,"1 Ttro,'Ipte 1. Taxes.

C. M400 Proposed), F.xPPl"lItur" 1. bee County will be in the office of
Bnnil. *2flOft 2 Iitoront $1- open
GROCERIESOUR 211:;: 1. Hiker .:VP .
Itenprvps and Bilnnpps at End:

TIT of'POTT"Par.FOR Mftlflin !SCHOOL. BTITP the Supervisor of Registration in the Court
A. nalnnp at pElnnlne' It Year
1. Conit Funds. (M7H.
BAnttiltatPl Rpodpts: 1. County
Tiiniln. $n.17C .. House from
Propomd Fxppnlltiirpn 1.
a Coiintt Fun.N. *10.000P .
LINE OF GROCERIES, MEATS, Balnnrps nml 1!,'nprrps nt end
of Veer: r'initx Tunis. *1.-

The mlllnEP In hr I levied "II thp
10 in AotPioment hell to |rodiipc noopsl r MONDAY AUGUST 5 1946 .' .
TABLES IS BECOMING iORE COMPLETE >ar)' rpvpnip for the foregoing' l idir ,
" f>r the ennulnz year ere'
1. ('nlln' Support nail Alnlntpn
t EACH DAY. once Fund. q o.
2. District rfirrpnt levy Finch: until
PlBtrlct fll:
WE INVITE YOU TO CALL AND SEE 1. Plutrlot No Onp Bon Interest
and I Sliklnir' Fund. !0.
4. A'hnnl 1 Billllnir and Bus TtPftprvo OCTOBER 12 1946
OUR LINE AND PRICES. I run : Tonntv: 2 o. SATURDAY ,
Complete ilptnnlli of enrh .upparaatP ,
I part of the mhonl hulnpf snmmarl7p, |
ahoTi are on file and are available for
: pnl lie Inuppptlon nt the Office of the

I OPEN FROM 5 A. M. TILL 10 P. M.I Counts arallnblo phpppholop Sin for. orlntpii riorlln aunt lont.puhllr nod of xvlll hparlntr sphools aM to h at*

cot he/f with nil supporting "tatempnts and Fridays
and InfornintlonMl Books open on Mondays Thursdays
Intpr' t "I per "ns ire nordlnlUImltPd '
to parlllintp 'In this pnhllolionrlnir
: l
mil t.> UKCIIIIII the school pro
I thp tram pnmilntronr and hnlllpI,l foi this ('ollnlf<>p from 9A.M. until 12 noon and from

.Ea.\f Side nO.\Hr OF pt'm.If' INSTHTCTlftVrrifonFF
; (1J( rotTI FLORIDA I
1'1.: (.\111. T PI nn'vrrC ,
4 .>Superntendpnt II Ii I!I 2 p. M. until 5 p. m.Signed .

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: The above budget, If finally

Grocery adopted, will\ provide an Increase In

t I teachers' salaries amounting to approximately I 1

I 15 percent It also ( ) .

. I t I In the Evans Building on I It eludes the old funds St Lucie toward County the retiring In-I W. B. HARGRAVES'Supervisor

ness, at a saving to the county of
approximately 5,000.00,
t ' State Road 8-East of Registration

BRING YOUR Okeechobee County

Vernon and Bertha Stairs Printing Needs

Proprietors I TOOkeechobee

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. ; to take care of such tours and authorize Is not only believing, It (s UNDERSTANDING -
Needed Steel Mills Too Late To. Classify CHILLS & FEVERRELIEVEDALARIA
Farm Scrap by the use of state funds to provide What II seen and un

e transportation for such on-the- derstood Is long remembered I
wlr..Y On-the-spot visual education U becoming spot visual education .
groups ----
moro and more popular The would I
program not costly
throughout the country and In all and would pay for Itself many three Subscribe to The News I RELIEVED666

probability the nexf legislature will over In giving our 'boys and girls I

ri r. tE be asked to give consideration toa a true knowledge of the state Suing Advertise in The News
plan being worked out by the Flor-

IR .. A. i '9al h'' ida Forest Park Service and the .
I 1-.. "' '''>=- -=- '''''' __ '
State Department of Education I .r ___
Under the plan Florida student of'!

high school and posslMy junior high)

school age would be given an opportunity ,

to leave their school rooms

and around books the state for Interesting trips| Banking In Your Bank--

I II They would travel by bus on tours ,

I I of from ten days to two weeks stop-'

ping at State parks where* accome-'I at home is safe and convenient
dations and meals would be provided

at day.an approximate cost of $100 per*:', Funds deposited here are insured by the Federal

I Itenerarlos would Include al :
: points of interest such as Cypress' Deposit insurance Corporation -

: Gardens, Silver Springs, Marine Studios -
I Wakulla Springs and would alI

so provide for visits tovarlous In-I| We pay interest on savings accounts

dustrles such as canning I
Farmers can help themselves toget The steel which weeks ago should
iteel-whether It be a new pieceof have gone through the processing{' fruit packing plants cigar factories,I Why not bank with your home town bank'and
farm machinery, an automobile, and fabricating channel, Is far behind the sugar house of the United States
a keg of nails, a roll of fencing or schedule and, 'therefore, the Sugar Corporation and so on. I
other products-by promptly taking American Iron and Steel Institute's Instead of simply reading about contribute to the growth of our own community -

their accumulated scrap to the near Committee on Scrap has warned such. Florida attractions and Indus
. lit scrap dealer, the Committee on that a complete return to normal in
tries In text books the youngsters, ?
the flow of cannot occur until
Iron and Steel Scrap of the American scrap
Iron and ,Steel Institute laid the supply of new steel approximates properly chaperoned and accompanied -,
today.A the demand. by competent Instructors, would
grave shortage of scrap threatens In the ten months from August spend a sufficient amount of time I We earnestly sollicit your business
to thwart the steel Industry's 1945 through May 1943, productionof acquainting themselves first-hand''

attempts to make up the 19 million Ingots and steel for castings was through this modern, practical on-I
tons of steel that It has lost since 22,036000 tons lower than output
visual ,
V-J Day as a result of strikes and over the same period of 1944-1945. the-spot program Okeechobee County BankOFFICERS
work stoppages The scarcity of One group starting from Jackson
Presumably, better operating conditions
crap la due largely to the fact that ville for example could stop In StAguitlne '
would have enabled at least
Industries which usually generate 19,000,000 tons of that total to have where they would learn C. H. McNULTY, President S. H. McDOUGALD, VIce-Preildent
scrap In large quantities have not been made. The 19,000,000 tons more Florida history In a few hours N. RAY CARROLL, Vlce-Pre R. G. DYNES, Cashier
been operating at all or operatingat I
would have supplied the steel for than they would gain from books In DIRECTORSN.
low levels since V-J Day I RAY CARROLL C. H McNULTY E. M. MESERVE
1,000,000 small dwellings, plus the months Here they could see Ft
Farms have always been a good I' W ALLEN MARKHAM, Jr. S. H McDOUGALD JOHN ROE, Sr
source of scrap and during the war steel for 1,700,000 automobiles, plus Marion and actually visualize Its historic , J. 0. PEARCE
when drives were conducted, agrl all the bale ties made for farmers I Interest as they view the court I

cultural areas yielded large ton. over the last nine years, plus 10,- yard, the cell occupied by Osceola,
sages of scrap to help win the 000,000 one-quart tin cans, plus a the dungeon and the chapel They V--
machine and stove for
conflict washing a ----
would visit the Oldest School House
In view of the current scrap every one of the 1,000,000 homes
shortage which threatens the full mentioned above-and still there j and compare It with our modern -
kie of steel-making facilities, farm would remain 7,500,000 tons of steel 'schools of today, Inspect the famed I.

ers are asked to take their scrap for other purposes, including marls I I Fountain of Youth, see the Ostrich
now to town and sell It to scrap and equip and
needed farm machinery Alligator Farm and Marine Studios -
dealers If the scrap Is unusually I
ment. I and the Oldest House
talky, preventing Its easy transportation
by the farmer, the scrap The requirement for all rood/., i Seeing these things first hand at No Change
staler can be called or arrange- whether for the home, the farm, |I a time when their minds are at Impressionable ''

>nenU can be made through the transportation, etc, will be fulfilled I age, they would gather :
total farm agent to get It to Ue :n direct proportion to the receipt a mats of practical helpful Information -
dealer by the steel mills of scrap I "
that would remain with them

a. through life Being required to write In Price
_..", -,.",, ,, . odIIIJ":1I
essays or accounts of their trip as e

.- part of their school work would Insure .

their_being alert and attentive .. .-
Journeying on down the east coast

i they could visit Daytona Beach, and

New Higher Payfor an along opportunity the Indian to River Inspect would citrus have I)II, 2-BURNER HOT PLATES

packing houses and canning plants. I

In their text books they learned I ELECTRIC IRONS WITH CORDS

the Army that Palm Beach county Is the nat ,
ion's No. 1 producer of agricultural

t 'I products but until they they pay :, : : IRONING BOARDS
an actual visit to the great':'

producing areas of this fan'edl|

'section they never would really BROIL MASTERS
NEW PAY SCALE realize what that statement actually :
IN ADDITION TO CLOTHING, fooa'LoDGING, MEDICAL AHa DENTAL CARE i means They must see firsthand
I the thousands of acres of vegetables PRESTO COOKERSBRIDGE
growing In the rich black soil .
R.tlrem.ntlncom.AIt.rs/ of the Everglades, ride through miles ",
of growing fields and watch the,
Bore Pay 20 roor.' 30 r.orl' cane LAMPSHAMMOCKS
P.rMan/1t Str./c. SOr.le. grinding of the cane at the sugar'I
Master Sergeant house I
or First Sergeant $165.00 $101.25 $185.63'
Speaking before the Florida Pub..
technical 135.00 81.15 151.88
Sergeant licity and Public Relations Association

Staff Sergeant 115.00 74.75 129.38 not long ago, Louis G. Scoggin,

Sergeant . . 100.00 65.00 112.50 Director of the Florida Park Ser:' INNER SPRING MATTRESSES

Corporal . . 90.00 58.50 101.25 vice, proposed that additional faclli-|

Private First Class 80.00 52.00 90.00 ties be provided at state parks to

Private . . 75.00 48.75 84.38 take care of such traveling student I DUTCH OVENS '
groups If this were done It wouldbe

IN ADDITION TO COLUMN ONE Of THE ABOVI possible to route students from

20% lneoo.. for S.Ic. 0..0.. one park to another and cover all

' ,0 so% lneoo.. if M.m" 0'flying 01' GI/Jo/ Cr._ sections of the state. Children from
5% Iltcroo. /n Pay for Each 3 V..,. 0'Strvle.. I north and west Florida could visit A Small Payment will lay away any item in our store for

central and south Florida and vice
I versa future delivery. The money you spend with us remainsin

I The State Department of Education Okeechobee.

Highlights of Regular Army Enlistment Is sympathetic to the plan and

many leading Civic Clubs, Chambers
1. Enlistments for 1, 2 or 3 y..,.' service-increasing to three I of Commerce and other, organi! I,
y..... (One-year enlistments permitted quarters pay after 30 years' service,
for men now in tho Army (Retirement income in grade of J gallons have endorsed It for they
with 6 or more months of service.) Master or First S rl..nt up toe realize that youngsters so educated II BURNEY KELZ CO.
$18563 per month for if..) All I
2. Enlistment ago from 18 to 34 previous active federal military i ; service would be better Floridians, and
inclunvo (17 with par.nt. bedIn
years 'counts toward retirement throughout their lifetime would
content) except for men now in
Army, who may reenliit at any age, 8. Benefits under the CI Bill of I possession of authentic know-II .
and former tervice men depending Rights assured for men w" o enl:it
ledge about their state, Its advantages
on length of service. on or before October 5, 1946 FORMERLY DENMARK'SJ. >ft>
attractions and resources that '
3. A reenlistment bopus of $50 9. Choice of branch of srrve I'
for each year of active service since and oversea th.eteraaf those ..ill could be gained In no other way E CONE, Manager e
such bonus was lest paid, or unco op.n) on 3-year enlistmenli.ENLIST . All the Legislature will be asked I II.
last entry into service, provided reenlistment I 5
it within 90 days after to do Is appropriate a sufficient PHONE 115 5
last honorable discharge. amount to permit the constructionof

4. Up to 90 days' reenllstmont I NOW additional facilities In State ParksI I. .

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length of service, with prescribed AT VOII N"lfH! ----
travel allowance paid to home and
return, tot men now In tho Army U. $. ARMY UiI.Jlh': : iOU.OMT, PIGGY BANKERS
who reehlist.

5. Consult your Army Recruiting Q Y 'fttfttttnta takt,-wl> Officer for other furlough privileges. ind to tttitttrviif
rani loop help +
,. you coin j1' tan,Mom,re rakf tsar ttit wtrtd!' gas 8aruiW jt11Pe
6. Mustorlng-out pay(based upon ehildrtH tlltvtr '
length of service) to all men.who IIIfI / f1 fAf oalydfG r spoaalhrJlfal'er '
are discharged to enlist or reeatuU
7. Option to retire at half pay I .
for tho rest of your life after 20

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