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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: November 12, 1943
Publication Date: -1992
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Coordinates: 27.241667 x -80.833056 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 82, no. 91 (Sept. 13, 1992).
General Note: "The voice of the Everglades."
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 6, no. 24 (Jan. 8, 1926).
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Volume 29 Number Okeechobee, Florida, Friday, November 12, 1943' Price Five CentsNEW

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BANK WILL OPEN HERE NOV. 20 I






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Lee Anita Markham And New Bank Is Headed HEADS NEW Allen
News Of Our Boys Sidney Pearce Have Joint By Experienced ., Markham


In Various CampsAt Birthday i Celebration I Bankers and Local Business People Geo. Penrose

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Home & Abroad :Mrs Rescue Markham and Mrs, 'l With 17 Local Stockholders I II II q For Canners

the
Lelund Pearce entertained at ,
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home of :Mr. and Mrs. Roscoe Mark- ,I i -

)Ir. and Mrs K. E. Hood have receIved South Florida Canners Asso
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The Okeechobee Bank will for
ham on October 28, the occasion being new County open x
a letter from their ion, private recently sent a committeei
the first birthday anniversaryof business here Saturday, Nov. 20, at 9 o'clock with a
Clarence Hood in which he i composed of W. Al

says he li now stationed at Camp Lee Anita Markham and Sidney number of out of town people as well as many local Markham and George Penrose to

Blending where he is undergoing Pearce. citizens present for the opening. In discussing the with members of Food Price

training with the army. Private I j Refreshments of ice cream and I opening of the bank Mr. McNulty stated they would of O. P. A., War Food Ad

Hood was Inducted into the army cake were served to the eight guests. open with full banking facilities to take care of the i.qi and Quartermaster
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from Georgia but he ia neverthelesa Department
i Those present were: Huey Williams,' needs of the people of this territory.
an Okeechobee boy and has many reason for this meeting, which
friend. here who will be interested '(, Mary Nell Watford, Wanda Sue I The Okeechobee County Bank is headed by C. held in Pat Cannon's office

to know where he I I. located. ': Williams, Martha Ann Markham, H. McNulty who is president. Mr. McNulty is also to get relief for the Florida

o 0 0 I Peggy Pearce Nancy Ann_ Pearce, president of the Bank of Melbourne, The First National j Canners, who have poten

Sam Thomas left yesterday to return Bobby Burgess, Joey Ellis, unJ'Vha Bank of Kissimmee, The State Bank of Sanford ; volume of pack, with favorable

to the Naval Training Station two honorees. and the Bank of New Smyrna. He is widely I j pervaillng of:

at Bainbridge, Md., after spending known in business and banking circles of the state. cases, snap beans (basis
a week here with his parents Mr.I I I -- --- --V -- j C. H. McNULTY ( )
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In discussing the opening of the
and M,.. Carlyle Thomas, and fam who will be here I
for the
opening an !
Weekly DigestOf new bank here Mr. :McNulty said he ,OOO cases tomatoes (basis
ily. Saturday are Bert C. Teed, vice president I ).
had been impressed by the fact thata E. H Hunt
o 0 0 of the First National Says
Bank of
county of this size with the cattle Florida Vegetable Canner has
Eugene Wright arrived home Tuen- RationingNews i I'M I Beach N
l usiness, fishing, farming, a large m ; Ray Carroll, executive made the "Guinea Pig" in the
lay from the Naval Training Stationat vice-president of the First Na Welfare Board
i iIUTTES tanning plant ,and the general canning set-up, because
Bainbridge, Md., and is spendingthis from OPA tional Bank of Kissimmee John R.I
-ouml condition of the county he ; location
geographical which
week hero with his parents, Mr. cashier'
:|I had realized the need for a good DeBvrry, vice-president and i Hold a canning and farming
and Mrs. C. E. Wright and family. of the Bank of New Smyrna, and
I hnnking institution to serve the people when most all\ other parts of
Thus is hi. first furlough since en. I
\
: Jack Supp and Merton Sear, directors -
I of this trade area and thereforei U. S. A. are dormant, that Is
tering the Navy. i I Io Blue Stamps: X, Y and Z expire of that bank; J. E. Roland, Merit
0 U I i decided to enter the banking System examinations to October 15th to June 15th.
November 20. I I (.has. Nidblack, J. E. Patrick and
Private Kell E. Hood writes that b"i Processed l Foods Green Stamps: Chas. Dunn of Sanford; George Merit
he Is back in the army training camp [ Mr. :McNulty entered the banking I System Council serving canning program, it was March
A, B, and C, Book 4, valid Novem Darington, vice-president of the State Welfare
after spending ten days here with business in Florida when he openedThe Board, the Florida April before the Administration
bet 1 to December 20. Bunk of Melbourne; and C. H. Ellis
I
dustrial
hit parents, Mr. and Mrs. K. E. Bunk of :Melbourne on May 19, Commission and the U out with its set-ups; which
Brown Stamps, Book Three, Meats, of the Florida Power & Light Com-
Hood. lie states in his letter he enjoyed : 19J4. and had as his cashier, John Employment Service in Florida all right for Maryland and Vir
Oils G valid October of West Palm I
: 24, expires pany Beach.
his stay here and that it R. DeBvrry. an Okevchobee boy, who include ten classes of State but left the Florida Canners
December 4; II valid October 31, The officers of the Okeechobee
seemed to him like a very short got his first banking experiencehere. i Board positions, according to (( the bag because they had s sI
expires Dec. 4; J valid November 7, County Bank are: I I
Later he acquired the First i nouncement today of E. H. ceiling etc.
ten days.Milton I prices slapped on
I
expires Dec. 4; K valid November i C. H. McNulty, PresidentN. member of the District ,
0- e National Bank of Kissimmee andit.hjn 10
in the middle of their
II, expires Dec. 4. Ray Carroll, Vice President.r j Spring ;
McLaughlin left Wednesday 1. opened( the Bank,of New .Sniyr- Board from Okeechobee County ...... .: ..... .. .. .
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return to' Air Sugar Stamps: No. 2t, Book 4* five E. G. Kitpatrick,) Caoaiet w *]**" "' The )"oaltlone"are? *Clerk, "ae
to the Army na. After several years he added the I i '
pounds, valid Nov. 1, expires Jan- which had been canned
In Louisiana State Bank of Sanford. I clerk, typist: Stenographer,
Forces training camp I The Board of Directors are:
uury 15th. 1.10 per dozen market, the 0. ,
after spending a week here with his This group of banks, known as the C. 11. McNulty stenographer, principal said after March 22nd they
.
Shoe.Stamp. No. 1 Book
: Airplane ,
parents Milton la the fourth son of have combined N. Ray CarrollE. er, accountant, accounting clerk,
.McNulty a
\ 3, valid Nov. 1; Stamp 18, Book 1, group I sell for .924 per dozen.
that family that is now serving with I total resources of $7,875,512.26 as M. Meserve / trict welfare visitor and I
valid Indefinitely. I welfare fact that Florida Canners are
the armed forces. I' of the Comptroller's call of October J. M. Roe, Sr. senior visitor.
Tires: Persons entitled to 601 for senior visitor will be both in a fresh vegetable mar.
18, 1943. i J. O. Pearce
I I
L. L. Conrad, Jr., Billie Anderson, miles per month gas rations eligiblefor Allen MarkhamE. competitive and promotional has not previously
I Associated with him in the Okee- ,
considered in al.
left Grade 1 tire. tive.I Washington;
Stewart and Billie Sutton
Doyle .
G. KilpatrickThe
thobee Bank Is Senator N.
this morning on the 7 o'clock bus to' Gas No.6, Book A, good for 3 County I Tests for the positions not fact that Florida canning
gallons, expires November 8. No, Kay Carroll of Kissimmee who will Stockholders farming Is more hazardous in
return to the Naval Training Sta aresC. mon to the state welfare

tion at Bainbridge, Md., after spending A-8 in new book, good for 3 gallons, be vlceprealdent.Ir.. Carroll is H. McNultyArt I will\ Include senior accountant, Zt'W.country, due to floods, winds, t
executive vice-president of the First ., records show
ten days here with relatives and valid Nov 9. ThorntonE. j lor Interviewer, Junior claims Historical only

friends I Fuel Oil : No. 1, new series, expires National Bank of Kissimmee, large i'i M. MeserveN. iner, senior claims examiner, { In three crops are successful.

I Jan. 8, 1944. cattle owner and grove operator. ; Ray Carroll r tor workman's compensation has been asked that South Flor
Senator Carroll Osceola
Howard Wise who is stationed at .-- -- represented H. G. Culbreth j lion, director of unemployment which Is now In a Zone with
county In the legislature in the 1941
Naval Training station at Vero H. H. Raulerson pensation, thief of personnel Carolina, South Carolina and
the New York Herald, and appeared session and was elected without op- !
Beach spent Armistice Day here with Leo Greenberger training.Mr. I be placed In a separate
i! in that paper on November 11, 1921, I position to the Florida State Senate I
Mrs. Wise. ; Z. K. WilliamsC. Hunt stated that because of our winter canning
I which won the Pulitzer award a'i In 1940, and served this district durIng :>
I R. Bibb must be filed with the Merit and fresh market competi
wife the best editorial of the year and the 1943 session as senator
Cpl. James Epperson, and W. J. Hendry I Office, P. O. Box 113, The canners are hoepful of as
which has become a will
newspaper E. G Kilpatrick of Pahokee
who is stationed at Camp Ptndleton Nathan Zelmenovitz j I Fla., or postmarked not later as there has been a shake-
week classic: It'll'that be the cashier of the bank. Mr. Kil-
Va., spent several days of this M. C. Pitts midnight November 26, 1943. An 0. P. A. recently and unex
which takes place today at is to the peopleof
parent.JMr. patrick no stranger
here with Mrs. Epperson's J .M.: Roe, Sr. formational circular, containing men have been replaced
the National cemetery In Arlington Okeechobee as he organized and I
and Mrs. Nell Hough. They were E. G. Kilpatrick I details, will be mailed welfare men who have had experience
of the it a symbol, a I. ystery and a trib was the first cashier of the Bank i
oiled to Florida on account T. W. Conely, Jr. and to other Interested | industry with whom they are
ute. It is entombment In persons
an only
of Pahokee which was organized In
,
illness of Cpl. Epperson'sfather I
serious L F. Schwarfschwerdt All .
on request. applications must
the physical It Is rather the
sense
who resides at Plant City. May, 1922. He remained as cashierof Leland Pearce
i! enthronement of Honor I filed on the official forms Markham Bros. CanninG -fac
Duty and that bank until January, 1934, I

:MM. J. H. Walker Jr., received This man who died for hi. country I I during which time he made It grow Fred Rudy Wilson W. Ander.onAllen ed by the Merit System Office last season, produced approxi-

the following card this week from I is the symbol of these qualities; a from a small bank to one of th..tronie.t Markham The tests are for the purpose I ) 270,000 cases (basis 24/2s of

I far more perfect symbol than any banks in the state setting up eligible registers Beans and Tomatoes, and this ;
Texas. The card was | I
McKinney, Dr. F E. RamboJ.
I which vacancies be filled
with favorable Government
man could be whose name and deeds may ,
dated McKinney Texas, Nov. 4, 1943: | I Under Mr. Kilpatrlck's guidance O. PearceSpeakers I
Dear Mrs. Walker: we know. He represents more, real- the Bank of Pahokee went through I v they occur. The examinations I I and crop conditions,
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ly, than the unidentified dead, for that be given at convenient state to pack better than 300,000
Just a few words to tell you that the boom and the depression

I've just returned from overseas, we cannot separate them spirituallyfrom followed the boom. During the time StressEducational V .

where I've had the pleasure of fighting I the war heroes whose names practically all of the banks In this Card of ThanksWe ( tomato and bean crops on the

are written on their He { and Fort Pierce sections is
gravestones. nation
The state and the were closinghis
side by side with your son. Week I wish to gratefully
-this spirit whom honor stands nicely and the supply
we about business
bank went as
last time I saw him he was In very edge the sympathy and many

Rood health and feeling fine. Ju.tI I for the unselfishness of all. usual and today that bank II the ( nesses extended us during our be ample. We estimate there

this. I1'i This, of all monuments to the oldest bank In Palm Beach county j I i acres of beans and 2,100
thought you'd like to know : j Yesterday afternoon at the high cent bereavement.Mrs. )
,dead. Is lasting and Immutable. So To this list of well known bankers school of tomatoes
remain I) auditorium was held a pro I R.. E. RUII'and
Sincerely, |long as men revere the finer thingsof is added a number of local business gram with several speakers In Mrs. W.'T, Russ and I canning factory employs be-

Ted J. Quinlan ;< life the tomb of the nameless men who will\ serve as directorsand which the significance of National V-._-5 | 100 and 150 people who are

e !hero will remain a shrine Nor, with stockholders which will\ Insure Educational Week was stressed. The Mrs, W J. Hendry spent a wonderful job in helping

Herbert E. Nix, AMM 2-c of the the shifts of time and mind, can the success of the bank from its principal speakers were Hon. A. 0. i days the first of this week in our Armed Forces and civilians

United States Navy, son of Mr. and there be a changing of values. No opening day. Kanner of Stuart, and L. L, Stuckeyof Palm Beach. 1 In war, food ranks right along

Mrs. T, II. Nix of Okeechobee, has historian shall rise to modify the Among the out of town people Pahokee. Besides these speakers -0- guns and tanks, planes and

been transferred to Chicago, 111., virtues or the faults of the Soldier. several talks were made by local I Alvin Sweat who underwent In the plant the ..IoaanI\

where he entered advanced school He has an Immunity for which the tobacco fields, resting again In school men. I operation at_the Fort Pierce for'victory" and "keep 'em

He says he likes Chicago fine and Kings might pray The years may his own Virginia All that the army The speakers each stressed the last week, Is' Improving nicely
bring erosion to the, granite but not he died In 1 '
there are plenty of places to go. tells us of him Is that Importance of education and also the ll expected, return to his V

to the memory of the Unknown.It battle. All that the heart tells Is effect of National Educational Week. I here Tuesday of next week. ASKED TO JOIN AGAIN

County Judge T. W. Conely, Jr., is a common weakness of humanity that some woman loved him. More Following is the program .o: CLEANUP NEXT

returned last night from Jacksonville to auk the questions that than that no man shall learn. In this America I Roy R. Raulerson, clerk of the NOVEMBER 17TII
-Congregation.
and Tallahassee where he can never be answered in this life. mystery, as In the riddle of the universe cuit court, spent Monday In

spent several days on business. Probably none to whom the dramaof the wise wonder: but they Invocation-Rev. Alderman. j sonville where he went on citizens of Okeechobee are

the Unknown Soldier has appealed would not know. > Significance of American Education hCs .. | to join In again In a cemetery

Aviation Cadet Connie Rnulerson has not wondered who, in the What were his dream., his ambitions W.ak-C. M. Williams. -0- I| day and Wednesday, No.

left Wednesday at noon to return to sunshine of earth, was the protagonist Likely he shared those com. :i Schools of Long Ago-Supt. H. H. ATTENDS SHRINE I I ir 17th, has been designated as

Harris Field, Cape Girardeau, Mo., of today's ceremony A logger mon to the millions: a life of peace t Hancock.God I IN TAMPA date, If a !good crowd will turn

after .pending ten days here with from Fenobscott An orchardist and honest struggle, with such small | Bless America-Congregation. ___ r ItI\ thought the cemetery can

from the Pacific coast A well- most who try 0 Kanner of J. finished. Much good 'work has
relatives and friends. He la training success as comes to ,j Address-Hon. A. I Representative W. Hendry

with Army Air Forces for pilot. I driller from Texas ? A machinist and at the end the place on the hillside Stuart, Florida. 'yesterday In Tampa where he accomplished, Let's all work

from Connecticut A lad who left among his fathers. Today to do America the Beautiful-Congregation. to attend the Armistice Day and finish the job.

THE UNKNOWN SOLDIERThe I his hoe to rust among Via Missouricorn honor at his last resting place come .;. I I monlsr'tfiiVwas! put on by H. .H. RAVLERSON, Mayor

following editorial was writ-! ? A longshoreman from Hell's the greatest soldiers of the age, | Addr.ss-L. L. Stuckey.BenedictionRev. Temple Shrlners. He returned C, E. DRAWDY Chairman

ten by Frank M. O'Brien, editor of Kitchen: ? Perhaps some youth from (Continued on Page Four) P'. Howell' oday.:: ft .+ Board. Commissioners











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PAGE TWO TOT OKEECTIOBEE{ NEWS FRIDAY.. NOVEMBER_ li. 194S FRIDAY--=, ,NOVEMBER-", 12. 1941-.?--r- ,",:' .:._ ':..-.... --. .. -THE OKEFCHOBEE... .NEWS..- -- --- -...--.-._--.-....-_. --= -PAGE Tim'.'"

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CONGRATULATIONS TO THE
WE WELCOME THE I
CONGRATULATIONS TO THE
CONGRATULATIONS AND BEST CONGRATULATIONS AND REST OKEECHOBEE COUNTY BANK

OKEECHOBEE COUNTY BANKNOW WISHES TO THE
OKEECHOBEE COUNTY BANKK. CONGRATULATIONS TO THE NEW
WISHES FOR A SUCCESSFUL OPENING
OKEECHOBEE LIONS CLUBGino

WATCH OKEECHOBEE GROW OKEECHOBEE'COUNTY' BANK OKEECHOBEE( COUNTY BANKI Boromei R.. L. Markham<
CONTINUOUS BUSINESS TO THE
AND Bryant Bowden \W. A. MarkhamR.

When you come out of the Bank just step in next door \. I A.. Burgess E. M.: Meserve:
I I consider the opening of this institution a Phil Cason T. H. Nix
and will find a complete line of Ladies' and Gents' K. E. STELLO
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you OKEECHOBEE COUNTY BANK Dr. T. T. Coleman J. W.. Norris
forward in the and develop-
Wear. step progress
Ready to B. H. Conerly Leland Pearce
REGISTERED REALESTATE BROKER STOCK HOLDERS AND OFFICERS '
ment of Okeechobee County. H. G. Culbreth M. C. Pitts
SHOP EARLY FOR CHRISTMAS INSURANCESLE8RE'oTALSLE.Sr.8PROPERTY PARK DRUG COMPANY Clifton Ellis 0. L.. Raulerson
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,\ :'/ \ MANAGEMENT Carey S. Fowler J. :M.\ Roe
THE FAIR STORENext APPRAISALS' AX ADJUSTMENTS MARKHAM BROS. & CO. W J. (BILL) HENDRY Leo Greenberger K. E. Rtello
Gibb Gross s q. M. Swain"
to the Bank OKEECHOBEE, FLA. P. O. BOX 398 TELEPHONE SI Omar L. Hunt 'W. B.. Veasey
JARMAN SHOES STETSON HATS Robert LaMartin E. J. 'Wilson

Chess C. McCain Nathan Zelmenovitz
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Combined Resources of '
BEST WISHES TO THE CONGRATULATIONS AND BEST WISHESTO

THE
COUNTY BANKIN


OKEECHOBEE ITS OPENING HERE NOVEMBER 20 McNULTY CROUP OF BANKS A AS OF OCTI 18' 1943STATEMENT OKEECHOBEE OFFICERS AND COUNTY DIRECTORS BANKITS


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WISE'S GROCERY STORE PADGETT'S' SERVICE STATIONPHONE
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PHONE 2 --' -"- 98

WE APPRECIATE YOUR PATRONAGEWE OF CONDITION STATEMENT OF CONDITION
S 7,875,512.26

BANK OF NEW SMYRNAAs BANK OF MELBOURNEAs

of Close of Business October 18, 1943 of Close of Business October 18, 1943
g 1p9p l1 rnl! 1II llmlllllmllllloolllllllllllmlllllllmmmllmlllllllllll IIIII IIII I II m1IIImlmm IIII IB I RI mffilmJjlllmm II I IIH II IOO I I llmmlmlrnmllmmllillmllllmII11111illllmlll INI IN aII Ih I 1111 rIINlq lIm llh lmil a NI mrn Ili mm IUBII IIIIIIIIIIBUIIIIII | BEST WISHES FOR THE SUCCESS OF THE
EXTEND OUR BEST WISHES FOR THE ASSETS RESOURCESLoans

SUCCESS OF THE Loans and Discounts __.. __.____$ 255,463.37, ; Banking and House Discounts, Furniture and .$ 358,871.40, OKEECHOBEE COUNTY BANK

Banking House, Furniture and 5'S' = ... _
__ WE TAKE PLEASURE IN ANNOUNCING Fixtures m..m.'" nOUoo 10,000.00,
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Fixtures 31,200.00U. ,
OKEECHOBEE COUNTY BANK h. .u. m. = Overdrafts ... .. _____. NONEU.
"""" = 00"" -
S. Gov't.' Obligations .wn _....._ 954,000.00, 53' == .
to the people of this county that the S. Government
County and Municipal Bonds u...._ 84,088.08Cash = ==== obligations $$1,267,000.00, ,
and Due from Banks ...... '
.n. 598,008.54 Other Marketable Bonds NONE

i OKEECHOBEE COUNTY BANK ; Cash and Due from SOUTHLAND HOTEL ... _.
HUNT BROTHERS TOTAL ___.______.._._._..____...___.$$1,922,759.99, Banks 610,559.97, 1,877,559.97, -\
E3 t
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LIABILITIES c WILL OPEN FOR BUSINESS ON SATURDAY, NOV. 20 I TOTAL ..._ ....m..n. $2246431.37, _.,.
53 = !- -

Capital Stock _._.. .'n'm' ___.__. ___.$ 50,000.00, IN THE NATHAN ZELMENOVITZ BUILDING ;53: LIABILITIES

. Surplus '_ _._._........... ___m.h 24,000.00, = ES Capital Stock _.__ .... __ $ 50,000.00,
Undivided Profits. .... ......_....__... 9,602.74, = I E3i Surplus and Undivided Profits.w 59,419.18, 8 BEST WISHES AND CONTINUED SUCCESS FOR
BEST WISHES TO THE Deposits _..__uu..____ .... __. 1,839,157.25, In entering the banking business here we feel that we have II= Deposits .___ __ 2,137,012.19TOTAL THE OPENING OF THE

TOTAL ... __ ....... ___-. .$$1,922,759.99, 53 had sufficient banking experience to warrant the public's' full i .. u' $$2,246,431.37, I I
OKEECHOBEE COUNTY BANK =3 OKEECHOBEE COUNTY BANK
::. :: confidence and support and in return we expect to give our full ;;
=;;; o
support to the town and county. Our banking facilities are ade-

quate to take care of the needs of the people of Okeechobee :: ROBERT LA MARTIN .

SCHARFSCHWERDT BROS., INC. County. E ;
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STATEMENT OF CONDITION 1 STATEMENT OF CONDITION
f OKEECHOBEE COUNTY BANK :

THE FIRST NATIONAL BANKOF g C. H. McNULTY, President PHONE 15 ,i FLORIDA STATE BANKOF
a
KISSIMMEEAs SANFORD
L WE JOIN WITH EVERYONE IN WISHING
CONGRATULATIONS AND BEST WISHES of Close of Business October 1 18, 1943 L Sanford, FloridaAs
Comptroller's' Call OFFICERS: 53 SUCCESS TO THE NEW BANKIN
=
TOOKEECHOBEE i of Close of Business October 18, 1943
l: C. H. McNULTY, President N. RAY CARROLL, Vice-Pres.
RESOURCESLoans ITS OPENING HERE NOVEMBER 20
COUNTY BANKCONGRATULATIONS and Discounts ..$ 311,197.51, = E. G. KILPATRICK, Cashier =c= RESOURCESLoans

Banking House. 14,500.00, = 53 and Discounts ....__...__....._ ....$ 252,510.56,
Furniture & Fixtures' .... 17,500.00U. Fixtures _.........__.__..._.........__._ 32,200.00,
S. Bonds $$626.000.00 DIRECTORS: Overdrafts u. no ....m....________......_... NONEU. OKEECHOBEE HARDWARE CO.
Other Bonds _. 208,268.04Cash ; S. Government Bonds __...._______. 1,140,000.00Cash ,
GILBERT CULBRETH and Due from !! C. H. McNulty J. 0.. Pearce i and due from banks ....____...._m 643,325.90,
Other Banks 460,818.89', 1,295,086.93, N. Ray Carroll Allen MarkhamE. ...

i M.\ Meserve .. E. G. Kilpatrick .: i TOTAL ...._____.__..............._,.$$2,068,036.46, ___ _
TOTAL ._. $$1,638,284.44, J. M.. Roe, Sr. m
LIABILITIES ; I IDEPOSITS LIABILITIES


Capital Stock ._.__............____.__..___...$ 50,000.00, INSURED THROUGH FEDERAL DEPOSIT ._ Capital Stock .. __ u___.___. .$ 50OOOflOO,
AND BEST WISHESTO Surplus 35,000.00Undivided I Surplus .. 00.__-.____ .__mnm' 15,000.00Undivided BEST WISHES TO THEOKEECHOBEE
INSURANCE CORPORATION. Profits and Reserves 19,165.93Deposits ,
THE Deposits Profits and Reserve 1,540,759.58, 12524.86, E __.. _...__- .oo_._ _u.-_. 1,983,870.53, COUNTY BANKITS

OKEECHOBEE COUNTY BANKLet's ,
TOTAL $$2,068,036.46
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TOTAL
$$1,638,284.44, I OFFICERS, DIRECTORS AND

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Okeechobee.

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Clothe and Feed The Family"H. REEVES BARBER SHOP

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FOUR TUE OKEECIIOBEE NEWS FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 12, 1143
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An Unknown Soldier whom we honor In his dust are look. by a Moclul themselves together fur rectors, lit the same plnre, on bite name OHIH;K Of IILICATIOX sOTI(1; OF HIIMIIM'H tilt
the purpose of becoming Incorporated| ,day nnd Immediately after said Board Tot It VI-UK WATT and
famous statesmen from other conti. Ing down upon ,tht,little'- spinning and forming I a corporation under and of Director shall be elected by the E.; IIT'rll.. her I l.u.lmiiil, I 'I'll All.MIOM. IT MAY CONCERN:
by virtue of the Laws of the (State TAKK :.NUIirn that under and bylrtne
ball, conscious of our reverence I of stockholder: and the Board of Plrec- l>t>fendantsiIt
the President, the high judgesand ) \' of an eseiutlon Imiiied out nf
Cents Florida, with and under the following
turn limy H|>|u>lnt such other officers aipeailne| from the I'lulbllff'san ,
And when noon strikes signal for : |'iruiu.ed charter: and the Clrnilt Court of the 'Iwenty First
the legislators of his own country employes as may lie neeesmiry lull or Complaint on file lu the J '
: .liidlilnl i In'nil! of Klorliln. hi mid furOkoechnliee
I. I'roUded. That the offices of VicePresident office (if the Clerk of the Circuit Court I
and many men who, like him. the moment of silent prayer, few : The mime of the corporation shall Cud Cashier may be combined III and for Ok ,,,'bolll''' County where ('011111,, under lute of
At his bier of those who stand with bared head IIB the ukiwhoutw County Hank and \lu one und the mine porsuu In .1. K. Whldilen, Is I'lnlntlir und you, I \nifili :ill, IK.1\ I In I the mini of ten
lelf for the flag. thousand' dollnrs
fought snd
Its place of business shah be In tlio.. \'J. ( llnffle Haiti and F:, M, WiittH. her i twenty eighty
will gather the moat re.imrkabU will lack conviction that the ritesat city of Okeeeluiliee, III the county of I'ntll HIP officers elected st tbe first husband, are liefeiiilunlii filed, In I the cents (IUOO:OIjI', said execution belnirI .
viewed other Okwvhohee, and Unite of Kiorldu. annuiil meeting of the stockholdershull snld. Court on the 4ill till)' of S"v lIIh.r I bawd nn Juilffinent In behalf of C MIlllfliilnllh
that America has ..en. And Arlington are by II. vs, Okeeclmbve Cum aay.
group he iiuulliled, the uimlui'ss of said 1141: In Chumvry Case No. 87J, end theI'Itehnber
mortal In spirit'may '1 Tho general niitur'e of the builnens droll be conducted tbe I have let led upon and will sell 10II"
reserved for than eyes Only that corporation by News IK herebdislKllllt>
which Fate ,
the tomb\! M lie triinmicli'il by this company shall t"II"II'IIIII'lIdlll..1I oltkers : IM,,1| as tin 'newspaper In wblili tills order liliflimt bidder' for cash on the Oth
him It, Instead of the narrow cell\ we honor the Unknown Soldier IIP: 'Hint'' of a general hanking bun-) ('. II, MiNnltv.: President : shall be pnlilUhecl once n week day of December, A I>, 1D4.1. within
and those who, like him died for liens with all the rights, powers and :N. iay C'lIrr"lt .'lrMI'Il'e.l're.ltI lIl for four. consecutive, ""',", h. tile said the' legal l hours of sale, at the front
,
on the village hillside one a> lasting privileges granted and conferred by B, O. Kllpntrtik, Cashier; lit':! biliiK filed to fornrlose a door of the Court Iloime of ilkeecbo
that of Rameses and ai In. this Republic. | Ito blinking laws of the Htnte of Flor- mud B;: M. Mesene and Allen Mirk- gage Cod' the, property ,'" I bee: CiMintl:: Florliln, the fullowlujr I de'
as Mil, regiiliitliig the organisation, pow. hang, Director, ,.,1.1 suit being In IIk"'h"h lIIorl'l si'ilbeil mill dilute located In the Count -
pirlntf .i Napoltan'i.It Unknown but not unknowing! I I em and iimiiagement. of banking cum.panlea VII. Kluilda nod 1 more ,piirtlcnlnrh ,' of Ikecchnliee, State of Florida,
V 'Hie, highest, iimount of Indebtednessor ed aw follnns: In witlUfflimlnir\ :
li a great religious ceremony, I I". other llnblllty to which the said From the .Nortlicnnt' CornerE(: ) ofSeitlnn at the meander corner of
The mnmint of the capital mock of mrimriiiluii stall at any tlliusulijw t .lour 141, ) Innnshlp, 'I'hlrtvelfht I Die west line. of Section 31 Township
this burial The exaltation of wad ; Stilt. Rung :nil KIISI. theme south
today. corporation nball he Twenty-five Itself shell, be as limited and defined I3H) Sontb of HIIIIKK Thirty five p7|
the nameless bones would not be A diiM9: out of (varyC 'IboiiMiud 1 and No/llMl (C'.'5O (:k :, T w' turn Inn, Billet may be hit'reasej from Ida Smith o degree 11 '' Kant: 111)0\ feet : I Sari : Ilience miiith 64 degrees and 40
possible except for Belief. Where Ilinn to time' attordlng to luw, to be nu theme :N01' 'III 70 ,di irrees O'l: \\eit iiilniilei east iibnitf 1 the meander line of
ilMileil, Into 'j.4> Mini'a of the par The mimes\ stud residences of the Hl.'xn rut to the of ,, Ihr I 17' miter li'M-l isiss': to a point t
were Duty and Honor the wellsprings \. IS Oft; QUOTA value of Unit Hundred Uollurs (IUOII'lirli subscribers, anil the amount of capital from tlie point nf point bcglnnlm beginning' \run: n I'M susllu I 11,11', .if 1'1"110111,: pro
of if mankind fear. und A siirplim of Five '1"human il link suliac'rlhed by each are IS follow Nnith 77 ileitnia 11Weol: 4J117 feet I juied : thence vast slung snld smith
Victory, :
for with Imllnrn, nil In be Laid III cash s. theme North 77 deitrei 0.1 \\eiit ''I I e "'II.. to the c.otermnoiit; :Meanderinrner '
VICTORY
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ed that death drew a black curtain It. (', II. Mc.Vilty, Melbourne, Florida, f"et ilieni "rib' 71 decrees 21 Feet : Ilience northweslerlv alontr
The terms for which sell corpora- liu Shares 4"75: : leet thenee the iliiueoik Meander line to point ooImullnulug.
behind which lay nothing but the U:So WAR BONDS (Inn shall exist ahull he .. perpetual N, Ray Carroll, Klsslmmee, Florida. Went 1111;.(10 f.ot North to I the 0 point degrees of 11 lie I IIM'M'T" : A slrlp,'seutlienslerlvI of 'land l lI
I wide riinninf
dark So all In whom the of V' JO hlotres "glnnliiK, pnnialnlnir 1141 ,. HI ,
ipark acre more
I The I ',, irli tlir nbn\i ifcBirlbed net beIng
ImaliioM .
u and affairs of this E 0 Kllimtrlek. Jr" I'Hhokee, Florlu or I leHi All In, Section 4. Towimhlp, 3S '
hope has not died can well believe Oompany shall hiuiaunged: and cou < 40 Shams .l Smith Kanite 3.1 Reel I' the rlitht of war of the i'unuu'rsIIichwny' '
Legal Advertisements ducted by a Hoard of not less than K M. Mi-n-rre, Okeerbiibee, Florida, You sre and each lIt In ordered' .
that we to whom the Soldier Is a five or tours tbau twenty.five Dlrec- 'II Shares, nml you I At*II :
,_... ,.. ro"lulr",1| to appear on the nth dnv I Blink 1. or Farm
I half nf
-- tou'who shall be elected annuiillv by Allen MurMiiitn. Okcec"lu.liee. Florlill, ur Iiecember. vest
mystery are not a mystery to him, A I. Ilt41 H' the Court '
MtTHK: OF I>TF:>T1ON TO APPLY the stockholders of this Company at Jll) xhnrei MI "siIn Okeeclmbei) Cninitv, "Florida. I.nniU, Cnnnollilnli-d I.nnd 1'umpauy'aellIivlelnl "
They can believe that the watcher I-OB LETTER PATENT their annual meeting to be held at the T.V., ConelY, Jr., Okeecbobee, FlordnATE and' nnsner this I mtmmons or decree i I' In Xwtluii :111, lowimhlnI
Notice Is hereby glvi-n that the tinlemlgned place at himlneai of this Company, In Slmres. pro oonfenso, will be I :I7 S ii'i Kmiin :.1)1 KiiKt.: its Lut 1
at Arlington today are not merely a will up ply to the Governor the City\ of Ikeechnhee.. lu the County (H' U.ORIDA. adjinljred l ngnlnstI ,, nl, sold Pluck
few thousands of the living but the it HIP State of Florida. at Talluhaxsee, of Okeechuhee nnil 1 Matt of Florida, I I'n nil' v of t Ilkeei'holieeIlefure : I WITNESS! the Honnrable \ O. Kan IHII.II(; HI Okiwliuliw.. F'i'riiln. this
nn the iMth day nf November A. D, during the first fifteen da\i In January ; nn" the limlernlKiied Notary Her. nil Judge of the Circuit Court 'nil bar of NoMinliiT A. I.. 11141:{
counties battalions of the deputed I'.lll. for !Letters I'ntent Incorporating if null tear after this (ouiuany shall Public In, and, for the Kline, of h'lui'lilii and for old ('''''"h. and the seal' In of I.. I.. COMUl).
the, OKKKI'IIOHKE COfT:>iT\' BANK, he fuMv authorial to roiumenie bual- at Large personally npliciired' the Court In the City of Okeechobee I siii-rirr iikroiiiiihi-o canary. Flu
"Though he were dead yet shall helive" under the following proposed charter, UPS : und hy u I'resldont and one oroat C II. Mt-Nulty Okeeehobee County, Florida this the su\ ', 1211) 211 : Der. si ,
-there li the promise to which the orljrlnnl of which Is now on file ."u- \ Presidents und Cashier who N. ltu> CarrollE. 4th iaof\ November' A. p, 11)41. ,
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III the office Ue Secretary of State Hhall he Heeled by the Board of Ll- O. tCllpatrlck, Jr. (SEAL ROn IMI'lKIJSOv' :i -
hold when of this if ": mid of Florida* K M, MeseneI .
men everything ( > ( ''rk f tit "I'd" nil Court of
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The NewsJheie'a
WITNESS our tinmen this '.'"III dm "- I Allen Mirkhum I Okeeehobec Subscribe for
earth has slipped away. i I of September. A 11, 1943. 'I', W, Cnnelv. Jr.. I Countv riorldil
All the Impressive ritual of today N, RAY CAKHOLI.r all to me well known nnd knonu tome .
II. MI-M"I.TY Gilbert TheatreFriday to he I lie Individual described In
would be a mockery If we did not I 1 K, M ME4EHVEW ml wits executed the foregoing pro-
I ALLEN. M4KKIIAM I l p',Did Chnrtcr of the OktHtholiee Ciiun
believe that, out In an Infinity I K" KIII'AI'KK'K. JR. \) I\' Haul, and eueb beliiff duly "wornevernllj
which astronomers cannot chart or 1 I 1', W COVEI.Y. J1J. and Saturday in'kuo ledied that lie i se .Jf.
I I'ItOI'O'ED CHIHTIR: 1 "leil the snuie for the lines and par
mathematicians bound, the Unknown ofI I 'iMiHes Ihi-reln rxpresHed
,I OKI-M: 'HOIItf: ('OINTV HUlK RICHARD DIX IN WITNESS) WIIEKEOF, I hue
Soldier and all the glorious dead !I 1'lie nnderslKneil Incorporators, here I berennto net my bund aril affixed sly
I JANE WYATT I Notorliil Seal this Utb day of NOMMDI
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-- Salary I'ubllr. Ktate of Florida I
"BUCKSKINFRONTIER" Mj ('01111\\1..1\ ,," Expires Sept IS. 1943: no race likeHOME -
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I NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR I
Horses For Sale '
TAX DEED
I "SPIRIT OF Laws of 1935 I I jI


I STANFORD" Notice la hereby given that Okee. I

WITHMarguerite chobee Incorporated holder of Tax t

I Certificate No.4, Issued the 3 day
AT AUCTION! Chapman I 1 1
of July, A, D. 1939, has filed same '

Kay Harris and In my office! has made application'

FRANKIE ALBERT for a Tax Deed to be issued thereon 1 < / /

I will have 20 head of Horses at the Sales Pens ALL AMERICAN: HALFBACK Said Certificate embraces the following

of the described property In the "
;I Also I'll.VNTASY:" -LATE NEWS '
Bounty of Okeechobee, State of Florida t' 0e'i

Dixie Cattlemen's AssociationAT I I I to-wit: I'I I ,

Sunday & Monday Lot 14, Section 11, Township 34 S.

THEIR SALE Range 82 E, e5Ls?

I BING CROSBY The assessment of said property

THURSDAY NOVEMBER 18 DOROTHY LAMOURand under said Certificate Issued was In r

the nme of Raulerson Cattle Company ,
BOB HOPEIn I
THAT WILL BE SOLD AT AUCTION 1 .ctrr.rr.rlrrrrr

Unless said Certificate Iha1be\

These include Saddle Horses, Work Horses, "ROAD TO MORROCO"Also redeemed according to law, property -

and Mules. Will also have a large supply of I described therein shall be sold to''I' 1. 4I \

Saddles and Bridles on hand for sale. : CARTOON-LATE NEWS the highest bidder at the Courthouse A

I door on the first Monday In the

Every Horse and Mule Guaranteed to be Wednesday Only [I month of December, 1913, which Is ? fot re O1IJewalloltOf

exactly as represented. All monies paid for I the 6th day of December 1943. c

|I Dated this 22 day of October, 1943
these animals will be left at the office of Dixie JACK BENNY I ROY R. RAULERSON

Cattlemen's Association until noon Saturday as PRISCILLA LANE I (Seal) Clerk of Circuit Court of &'ectie4.r !

a Guarantee. IN Okeechobee County, Florida

"THE MEANEST MAN I
(Don't forget sale of November 11th has been -
IN THE WORLD"Also
postponed one week on account of Armistice I NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR

Day.) : BINGO G1E-FREE PRIZES TAX DEED i

I I Laws of 1939 !
"SPIRIT OF WEST
Notice Is hereby given thpt DeweyJ.

POINT" Harris holder of Tax Certificate'No.

W. G. PadrickPHONE : 1674, Issued the 7th day of July
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Coming Attractions"STAND A. D. 1941, has filed same In my'

{!office; has pads application for a And Millions of American Homes Will Be Back on a

305 FORT PIERCE BY FOR ACTION" ,,Tax Deed to be Issued thereon Said
"IUPPY GO LUCKY" '' Peace-time Basis aU the
'Certified: embrace the following soon

"FOREST described property In the County of '
RANGERS"I -- (I I Okeechobee, State of Florida to- er if We All Conserve Now

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wit:

THE OLD JUDGE SAYS. ," All Fractional Block 208, City of I I iI

Okeechobee.The ii BY wing only the i
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assessment of said property electric service

under said Certificate Issued was In
,-, you need, you conserve *
/o TNirIRf4, the name of Dewey Harris. I fuel
manpower ,
f Unless said Certificate shall be j I e equipment and material .

j + 1L I _w., redeemed according to law property i nd help keep
described therein shall be sold to
war production it its maximum copies of tbe Westinghouse
the bidder at the Courthouse
highest I There it no electric book. The Care and Use of
door on the first Monday In the j
I power shortage American Electric Appliances la the
aw : month of December, 1913, which Is
business management's long Home." This booklet gives
1 the 6th day of December, 1943. ,
range planning saw to that you scores of handy hints and
Dated this 4th day of November,
but conservation of conservation ideas. It shows
1943 I
".. ROT R. RAULERSON Ii electricity does help you how to use all the electricity .
I
III r save critical war you need without
I r .. (Sea) Clerk of Circuit Court of | materials and man waste.

Okeechobee County, FloridaIN
power needed to product them. It isn't hard to save. Proper

j Your job is to avoid ware To use of four appliances means

trr rmrriT roriiT or TRW help you learn new ways to real savings Do your part .

) FLORIDA N1VT1JCOICi If AND U, rmrriT FOB or save, Florida Power & Light and every other American will

rHOBFK COCNTY, ," OKEE-1 Company is offering free do his
In Chancery t
BILL FOB IMVORfKETIIET.
PEARL FOX Complainant.

/ t ) / e .: CLAHF.NrF vn IT FOX Pifondant.onn I I DON'T WASTE ELECTRICITY

"R TO APPEAR'
Ii :: / !STATE' TO OF FLORIDA JUST BECAUSE IT'S STILL CHEAPI
I i ifLADENTB
Tt FOX Addrom I II ]I
j Unknown : 'I
It urnenrl" from the sworn HIM nf
/' "" I Complaint, fllod In title entice that the
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,:, rtefonrtnnt. Clarence II Foi. \ta a ri .l- ,I
".IlL": J dent r* the State nP ('numb??. other
I then the Ptnto nf Flnrliln that the "Cart and Vn
nf I your fret ropy of of
i, rmMfnm i1fimli-lli and adclroaa the
I l.aM ilpfondnnt In unknown that there I Eltttrie A at your Florida Power
1 person In the State nf FlnrMn. t Company
"Mornin', Judge.,meetin' someone?" Army camps. Why, in a recent report made the.. service of a mtnnnena upon whom i 6 Ugbt offitt or from anyomfany
.nll'" hind the anlil defendant that '
"No, Sam, I'm just goingup the line by the government, it said the Army usually I >h. OHM rlcfomlnnt 11 over the are of ( rtfriimtttivt, ,, valuaHtiA
I its to be located in wet instead ; I
sways on business.Wasn't that a troop train prefers camps "\e '
M THEREFORE OFDERFn that
\ that just pulled out?" of dry communities. And there's a the dpfcnilnnt riaf*.nc > H. Pox ana I
In wet community the .,. nr the! flth day nf Terpmher.
sound
stopped over here for reason. a II
Sure was, Judge... 1IV41 hxfnn the ahnvn, styled' cniirt. to
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ten minutes and what a swell bunch of Army can control drinking. In dry com the BUI' nf Complaint filed herein' I.' ''J'
munities where bootleggers run wild it's almost being a Bill for Divorce and the .: 1 1it
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fellows they were. I lo.m. bnbe& News la horohv rfonlf/nnt* :, .s '
"That's true all over, Sam. Our present impossible. We know that from our 1 n. a newspaper In which this order t ltr. i' ,
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with national hnll ho puhlliihod one a week for fLORID' POi {A LIOBT COMPAMt
of
Army la the best trained, best disciplined, nearly 14 years experience 1 four /M) ronapntlro weeks. ,'':
best behaved In American history. That's prohibition. : Wltnoiia HIT hand and peal nf afttdPoii :.. *&
"t Chin *. of '"
1t T Vnwmhor 1041at
I why I get my hair up when I hear of some "There's no getting away from it, prohibition Oiwchnhoo, !Stnto' and Count aforoEAT. 'So

I people trying to dry up the areas around does not prohibit." petit(,. .) POT 't. nAn.KRSOV.!'

I Clerk nf the flri-iilt CniirtOlioophoho
County Florida

I 1 T1**INHis.n"d.po >> ..*.J /..-II A/n..,. Batrtft Mtutrta.lee_00 'AltT"'ON R.4"i; Fa/TS nii.onla roan, n, ('. BUY WAR BONDSPAGE ) I ,

I Fort Pierce. Florida
Sollrltors for Complainant


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