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 27, 1945
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).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Volume 31-Number 6 __ Okeechobee, Florida, Friday, July 27, 1945. Price Five Cents

News and Views Chairman New Marks And J. Hendry After 4 Returns Months McNulty Reports Continued Gains;

Service Men Brands Laws Session of Legislature Bank Group Issues Semi-Annual

the World Over State of to his home W. J.In Hendry Okeechobee re- Report; Over Million On Deposit Here

ggt Jimmn Bolk ")f Tamp Maxey where he has been attending
In The 1945 Florida legislature United States gain of 38 per cent In de-
Texas, has spent the past week Legislature as the Representa
OXeechobee visiting, hi- moth and I acted new laws relating to from this county The Extra- Deshong and was achieved by the McNul-

ttliai: relatKe .n.1 I (fend .n cording of marks and brands, Session having adjourned group of Florida banks during
of marks and Allen On Fishing six months' period which close
Inspection night at 8:30: after 53
Mr. and Mn Frank Chandler recently livf and slaughtered cattle, besides the regular June 30th. A statement of the
In session
.r United States Marshal C. S.
banks located
at Melbourne,
duties and
received letter from their scribing the
a which ended in June.
Shong and Deputy Marshal
Smyrna, Sanford, Klssimmee
ion, Morris Chandler aboard the thfommissioner of the results of the
Allen of Miami, spent several
Okeechobee is published In this
Wisconsin in which he en relation thereto and providing .
Session Mr Hendry
of last week /fiere enjoying the
of the Titusvllle Star-Advo
closed Membership card showing ,P edlet and penalties for the
a that while the accomplishment
n ing on Lake Okeechobee and .
that he was duly initiated into the ment and violation thereof. reapportioning the state was not mee River. Mr DeShong left S deposits rose from $10-

SILENT MYSTERIES OF THE FA3 Following is the new law: it should have been and that he day morning for Wauchula .
I at the close of business
EAST-DOMAIN OF THE GOLDEN Section 1. The Inspection and not entirely pleased with the end
he spent the week with 30, 1944 to (13,284,953.43 at
DRAGON Morris left with hli tection of cattle In the it was the best that could be family while Mr. Allen I close of business. June 30th

ship from Philadelphia for the Pa- Florida Is hereby placed to'
at this time. Under the new over here until Sunday
the loaning ability of the
title War about eleven months ag MiLLARD F. CALDWELL jurisdiction of the .. adopted South Florida gets the barbecue at the Dave
was advanced to $107,500 to
and according to the newspapers hi I Agriculture, herein called the new Senators and West Florida home on the Basslnger Road. one individual, firm or

and his ship have been taking part missioner two which still leaves West They expect to ta back because of the combined corpora-

in (he shelling of the Japanese | Governor Elected Section 2. All persons having with a majority of 21 to 17 again In September for of the entire group.

Coast. tle In this State* shall record places Okeechobee and Osceola cation and fishing trip Bank of Melbourne ha
now *
I marks and brands in the together as the thirty. of $3,120,987.59, a gain of
Mr and Mrs P. P. Evans recelv. As State Chairman the Commissioner and shall district With the 60 days of
I C. of C. than half a million dollars In
ed a letter this week from their I' the Commissioner In regular session and C3 days of Manager I
past months. The Florida
ion, Thomas Evans, In which he National War Fund what county or counties In the extraordinary session It was the Bank at Sanford reported the

says he has so far recovered from they have or expect to have gut session of the Florida Conrath See gain
I during the half-year
his recent operation at the Naval I: bearing the mark and brand In the history of the increasing its deposits more

Hospital at Bainbridge, :Md, that Tallahassee July 26- Governor corded. If an offer be made '
(I House a million and a third Total
he was able to make the trip to Millard F. Caldwell duly elected by |I'cord a mark or brand Mr Hendry says It Is good to be now Is $3,656,948.09

Washington, D. C. last week. He the Board of Directors of the National I' recorded, the Commissioner after four months spent In
I Bank
of New
Smyrna gained
says he and Jack Elledge and Billie War Fund, Florida Division, I' determine whether the attending the Legisla Manager Conratlf of the half-million
I now having $2,790-
Chandler spent the week-end In I as State Chairman made the following counties in which such ber of Commerce has just on deposit, while the First

Washington with J. M. Roe, Jr. statement In a letter to the brand will be used Is or are from Miami where he
Bank of Kisslmmee, gain
organization. !' enough to the county or Paul O'Connor, District
approximately the
same amount,
Saturday Evening 'Florida's citizens have thought''I which the previously recorded THE GAD-FLY
the Southern part of Florida bring its total deposits to $2-
July 2, 1945 of the annual united War Fund I t or brand Is to be used to Federal
I Housing ,
b Okeechobee County Bank,
Norfolk, Va. campaign not as a duty but as an I i cause confusion, or to aid By Marjorie .. Wallace an effort to learn the .. of the McNulty group, In
Dear Mama: opportunity.: We welcome I the and it
I dishonesty, If so of some priorities for its
'I deposits $132,50491 to
It's another day, another dollar chance to make our contributions to' the duty of the The Gad-Fly buzzed out State Okeechobee. While there he a total of $1,003,968.13. Re

and eight cents, another blister, the organizations that are doing so I decline to admit to record 8 to the overpass yesterday, cussed the matter with' M. M. of the combined banks

another backache, another dirty much for our men and women in mark or brand. The had to rub her eyes with her rlsh, State Director for 1377263297. now

hat, another pair of dirty socks, the services and for friends and I
and brands
marks now to be sure she wasn't dream He Indicated that If C. H. McNulty is president of all

another suit of dirty dungarees, an allies of our sister democracies I the several counties of the In the old days, when one ran terest manifested Itself In banks except the Bank of New

other suit of underclothes to wash, who have suffered from the impact under the provisions of law to Fort Pierce at the drop of bee, application could be where he ia. chairman of

another shoe shine, another shower, > of war. It Is a great conven- I ing at the effective date of hat, this was a familiar bit of the Atlanta office for board of directors. John
:R. De-
another twelve" four swatch, another nice to b. able to make these .conributions -.'I allowed
Act are hereby two but lately, having no par- materials In the constructon! Is president of the hank
twenty four hours of restriction a' one time I: within which to record such reason to travel eastward, certain number of houses, .

and another day In this "The National War Fund campaign or brands as provided herein, has been neglected in the Gad. allowed, they would notify Other officers listed are Geo. W.

navy, but jet Its another day toward In 1945 will I am confident, I ing which time they shall be 4)W. sometimes udesired attentions lice of Mr. Parrlsh and his vice-president and cash

victory and peace, another be entirely successful and Florida's I tected In the ownership of I doubt that any one section of would be In a position to and Vera Allen, assistant cash-

day closer to the war's end, another share In It a true reflection of the 'i marks and brands In the fair-In spots-city: has shown and prouefs applications for at Melbourne; E, G. Kilpatrick

day closer to our return home, and patriotism and unselfishness of our where recorded. If conflict Improvement during the past involved."I ,
vice-president, T E. Tucker,
another day of history to be writ. people. arise between the owner of weeks. To cite individual cases am confident," said 8)A Dorl Hall, assistant cash

ten, another day of conquering and Busy as he Is, Governor Caldwell such presently recorded the house the Kellys bought "that we can get an and Mary Lynd Ross, assistant

liberating by the United States has accepted the State Chairmanship I brand and another claiming Commissioner Mobley i I. simp through for say 20 or 25 at Sanford; Merton E. Sear,

proving that our country wl1aI\ of the 1945 Floridr Centennial right to record the same unrecognizable; painted, the various sizes to house M. R. Quigley, cash

ways be on top, 11'11alwaYI\ be superior War Fund cutrpmi' ; .n cognition brand the Commissioner cleaned up, flowers hither working in the canneries, and Lydia Swope, assistant .t

will\ never be defeated will of its Important !In relation tt the all cases, give reference to yon, the grass cut it Is so erlI\ those who are at New Smyrna N. Ray

never be run by tyrants, fascists, overall effort to win the war and present owner. All such that one might almost build will get busy and vice-president, U. S. Chap

Nazis or Japs but always will be establish a permanent and lasting brands now recorded In the it transfigured. Next door, plans" cashier, Rhea Pherlgo, assist

guided to Victory, Peace, Happiness peace. counties which shall be
I not Ellis has a new roof, and if a Every family In cashier and Florence Story, as
Success, and everlasting Security ------ --- corded with the can ever called pretty, this one
Okeechobee County who cashier at Kisslmmee N
by the smartest and best \Rotary Has Unusually I der the provisions of this Act because It has a singing sweep build a house or remodel Carroll, vice-president and R.

trained men In the world, by the Interesting Luncheon in the period of two years roof tree to eaves which the he me should Immediately Meserve, vice-president and cash-

newest methods available, by the time this Act shall become ridge accentuate, and the
Meeting Last Tuesday at the Chamber office at the r at Okeechobee.-Titusvllle Star
richest treasury in the world, by tive shall be considered Is epic and span with new I I lobee County Bank and .

the most accurate Information attainable and all right and title I paint, and the yard is clipped
The Rotarians were treated to an th matter with Mr.
and by millions\ of honest : thereto shall cease and tidy. Thomas
unusually interesting program at II important as the Chamber Returns
to goodness, hard down, blood
pure i l'I'h. Commissioner shall The Mmeharf house is getting a
their meeting Tuesday by R, A mittee on Housing I Is
'o After Three
ed Americans whose every though collect at the time of any job, the same soft deep cream Hospital
who started.
Burgess was In charge. I get an application
and hope Is that of freedom, equal. record a fee of One Dollar which make a pleasant con- Visit to Relatives
Prof. M. 0. Kent presented :young Attention I Is called to the
ity, justice, and humanity which we \ cording each mark and with its white-painted neigh -
Bucky Bergsteiner trumpeter, in allowing the
Inherited from our grandfathers person, firm, or corporation *. The Minehans always have provision Horace Thomas left :yesterday to
two selections; the familiar Lon to
and being true to the highest of use any mark or brand to a nicely planted yard, and It houses or up to the Finley General hoiital -
donderry Air and a vivid, fast I I
house, 2,000
American traditions, so shall It bas I another has a prior right of always been groomed and for a one-family at Thoraasvllle, Ga., after
Polka, both
I played with skill and wo-family hoult'and to o'n.
long as there lion. living Section 3. Certified copies and the pines In front three week here with
artistic effect by this :young man
American to carry on the fight I corded marks and brands grown into an attractive i* father, wife and children. Herce -
who has been studying trumpet for
My buddy and I like It so muchon furnished by the has recently returned to the ,
about nine months yet II already ring, for the young man
the base that we haven't beenou't I very proficient on his chosen instrument when and as requested and The old Simmons house has a new hat operations were not States after taking parkinhe \
we've been here. We havea charge and collect .
since He produces a mellow One and a new paint job and gaily category at all, kicked the fighting in Europe"where h
large canteen that sells every. each certificate. Such lawn chairs sit out in and the .. wounded In the leg. He was
tone shows excellent breath con In the teeth nurse
Imagm. Then we have shall be admissible In Han-
thing :you can home In the fighting near
trol and lipping, his low notes-the tummy, and came
two bowling alleys, two pool rooms, most difficult-are clear and his all courts. Hargreaves' store is one of the ntly-with his tonsils, Germany the last part of

one pool on the base, and two pools fingering accurate Prof. Kent's accompaniments Section 4. The little business properties in Beyond this attractive .'
a half mile away at the Fleet Park, hall ad with not one
were, as always, prescribe and enforce always clean Ion of habitation, near th The bullet that hit him was

two movies and a tennis court. Well I played with sympathy and effectiveness. rules and regulations for tiny bit of trash to lie seen around the Snell house Is a machine gun and struck
T .DII*.I thli. man'i. Navy. Is all right pass
---- ---- ----- I spection of cattle, hides and on the rejuvenation In the leg just below the knee

It's the being away from home that The speaker was C. H. McNulty the end that the true At the other end of thl row of own The have been turned down almost to hit
counts. I'll close. now, say hello to president of the Okeechobee County thereof may be at all buildings Is I Marvin Mobley's house the house modernized and which caused the bone to be

all my friends. Bank and District Governor of the tected and larceny and I can't tell you anything about It'* a pretty place. Upon his return to the

Your son, Watfordl.OLU'S.WOOD Lions Club, who compared and contrasted for the efficient enforcement :It,. Ka____Bii_.* there.un la such a thick, The fly In the fragrant pauul 'q 11IM. euoq .lull ldloq!

Tiny the various International Act. The Commissioner shall high hedge of Turk' caps in front In the place of the. bone that hat
-there always 1 II one, of
service clubs and told of their the State into cattle that all :you can get are glimpse been removed.His .
the huddle of old business
: that there i* a I
he I Is authorized to know
hereby to enough
contributions to the cause of world father, Dave Thomas, entertained -
Mr and Mrs. J. T. Collins, Sr, of all of the house there omewhere. If Marvincraves ing across from
and necessary
peace understanding Mr. Mc old him and a number of friend
this city, announce the marriage of he'l sure got it. old fish house, an -
to other privacy, -
use designated
Nulty excellent any the
an speaker, clear at a barbecue at his place on
their daughter, Billie Collins, to Lt. I and concise, choosing his subject to enforce and administer (Speaking of Marvin, thl is too tlon, falling down, Basslngcr Road Saturday night.
of Louisville, 'few weeks ago peeling off, a blot on th
Virgil T. Wood, Jr., matter with discrimination and visions of this Act. All good to keep. A
took placeIn presenting I item in the scape. If these could be
The will
Kentucky. It In a manner so direct and Inspectors now functioning there was a premature Mrs. W. D. Larrlmor \ leave
Ala, July 11 at his son had with, the approach to
that :young
Montgomery conversational that he holds his I Chapter 534, FlorMa News saying and was recovering from the east would be a tomorrow to return to Tallahasseeafter
seven p. m. audience) attention from first to shall continue to had a tonsil operation Introduction to visitors. spending two weeks here with
Lt. and !Mrs Wood will make last present duties so far as latllfa .torlly.! It should
Mr and Mrs. Roy Tom-
preaches art Important, a* her parents,
Miss., doctor and nurse
their home in Columbus President Hiram Raulerson re- and hide are concerned to have read that the
llnson and family.
(Continued on Page
where he Is now stationed In the (Continued on Page Two) (Continued on page ) who TRIED to operate were rcov-

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I Tax DESCKIPT1OX OF Tal DEl-CHirTION" OF Idn.. will---be offered for sale at public Lot. 2 and 3, Blk. 8, Boilnger Dual. ROTARYContinued -

( Nctt( rertirimle LAND CertlflruU LAND outcry for the highest and belt Bash hi'ii S tuna C
I Ninnl.fr Lot Illk S T R NumbiT Lot ink 8 T R bid subject to the right of the TrimtiTi Lot ll, 111 See 30 T 35, R 33

40(1( Lot 21__..... 62 70 gWtiofXW '{ of I the Internal Iniprovdnenf Fund Beg. 220 yill N of S\V Cor Sec. 28, ( from Page One)
I 434 Lot 23 ..__.. 70 k .NUl; of and of the Board nf Cnminliiluiiera' ofKvprglndei Hun 10 :JD yili. N lull ydi. W 220 jrdu, ;
Published Every Friday by the :1.or :S\V14 U 87 35MII.III.VNU9 ; Drnlnnge District to reject M im y115. In Sec 20. T 35, It 33. ported the district .assembly of
Okeechs- HIIV' nnd nil buds nt (lie Courthouse, I SV4 of NWVi ot Io\\\ In Sea 4, T. <
Okeechobee News Co., it (4)q 71 tR:
bet Okeechobet County, */!> KH MM 2iiih' tiny of August 1015. Aa to all I Loll 7
and' 8, Illk. 1S3, City of
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!IIi l.i.l 23: 4
13 N Kami t 13 17 SI h. lands outnldd the corpornte llmlti of i Ikirchobee I which he and Secretary Z, K.
437 LotI/ ...... 10 Uil Lull 1 and 2 24U7 I '
any ninnlclpnllty, aa of this date I I Lola i 1 tn II '
BRYANT BOWDEN .. .. Editor Loll 5 and 0 noIH Inc., Blk 14. Riverside William attended.
4Lilt; 10 ..._.. 10 title to one half of all petroleum and I Ithne I'nrk Aildllliiil
441 Lot 24 ........ 10 Lot 22 .... 00 foil n In nf other nilneriiia will i lull !>. Ill nnd 12: Blk. 14. Riverside I All members absent last week
find :2
IIV Lot 1 71
3n11bee91F1e. 141 Lull IS 'lie rpucrveil! h)' Trnniwi" of the I!I'lirlt Addition I
Entered M |M nni1 MUM mutter In OkMvtift and 10 ..._ 26 MTV OFOlttF.OIFE nnl Improvement Fund : If Il1t'I'1 Lot 1. Illk 1. Roynl Oaks Addition mado up their attendance at Other

at., nn the
  • Pout r Act Offlre nf Ma,. 8, 1879. 41Iot ffl: IIIt :23 at: _._._.._... 44 67 -. 101 Iota, : 1 to 4Ine thli within unto mid the
    4.11: Lot 23 __...... B74DJ 11 31lea prlrlleirn. to explore mine and devel'l I ol''N II iind 10 Illk. HIS, City ofl, of Okeechobee Rotary now itands
    Lois 21 Lot 20 ...... < epa will be conducted on and
    SUBSCRIPTION RATE! ollcl 22 ..... 03 Lot T 741D.1 der' Inndi only with the consent oti Ol"'c'hllhpl't l.nl i. I'.lk 211. Siiiilli Oki't'i-hoI'M unbroken for five monthi.Guesta .

    .. .. .12.00 434 I its AI) Lot 12 ...... 112 the surface owner. Enaement for i Loll 1, 2, 3 find 7 j I I
    In advance i to 12 Inc.. W. D. Boehmer
    One Yea' Hid Lot. 10 ...... IV were pre- ,
    .. 1.00 'mil :.17 ........ 83 ,llnlit nf \'' I Ii 21 ii. Cllj of Okci-C'holii'O I
    ayialuiTruatewidofr iu
    In advance 113 L"tl 7 and 220: here
    Months ,,
    Six 437 Lots 23 rexerved t b\ Lut 0 vented by Judge Concly and Sgt.
    .. .. ." 115: Tot 4 .... ... 243 I Hlk. 10',, City of OUfBcliuliee
    Three 'Monthi In a 11(1 Lull exUtdiK state road : and eaicment for I out Jerrold Leatherman presented by
    mtCIICi1O"E: 6,7.b civ the hlll'h"lt 'I
    _. --- -- 8 __ 813: mi cnili hid I
    rtfiiillnff-- notlcca In lociil enlnmna. 10,<<- I"./!>Mi of :NHr of I 117 1ot' 10 ...... 243 dmlmirfa'purposes nnd will iHiinitliiii be' reserved and by forrand the MiiliJiMt.innilmil tu linn the right of Everglades of the Ilonrd I'rnlii-, of President Raulerson, I

    for "1'1"1'I.e 801 TIIEKN Run 'I l of "ml11l..lon.!
    rentu n fnlrnleh 111nn Clw.W'Itl. kt.yt of NW nee IHntrlct, and/ur llunrd of county
    apnllratlnn. ,
    Drnlnn-ro Dlitrlrt EV.l'rllll""j
    M.Inc nrh worfl V4 ...?.. 14 87 S3 C irnilKMloiicru of Okeechobee Cimntv,
    ." NilTprtlnlnir.\ : ,3 rents regerding .ntcrpMupa 407 Lots 1 to 8 1221:1 !I"t! 11 4 Detirrlntlont II Florida to reject any and. all bid. Coast Guard activities on Inland

    per Inncrtlnn ronrtnptert All Ifntnn for profit are Inc ....__._._. 1 1.4 Lot 4 --. B10II'E191 Lot 0. Mk. 1"3, City of Okeechotola' o'cliick MI I'1' oiMMionne A. 11. liuglnnliig' nl 10.nO; waters, such as the Mississippi and
    400 Lnti /n to 10 on the 20th day of
    rit s.Aflr I1)E
    I'bl.l/pBhle it ailvertlilnff Inc IS and I'MIKDIMTION I 2 tu 0 Inc., Blk. 173 City of .i 1tRUst. 1IM.V llimi'ini'iit; for drilnnire Great Lakes, did much to hlltenIntroluctlon

    --- lit' ... ....__.. 2 .\ (IkeechobioLot roll I leclninnilon anti fund Pllrl",
    on the vlll be of the "Elsie" fleet
    Mill art pA.ahte reierved.
    'rt1 lny rtinrnnYnnix 1Zq S 111 ft. of 111, Klk. 204..City of Okeecho

    pnhilbPti, reegnlrPl torpAl 10hid..nee.INNiNTfl 0\ : Lot 7 ..__.... 11 I hoe 110.m. OP COMMISSIONERS( l LCI'S, LST'S etc.) to modern war.
    S/D of ttVfVtof .Mit.\SII I lull OkeefholiooLot 1 to 3 inc, Blk. 234, Clly of OF E\'l lllIl \ICS DltAIX- fare.
    I'ovitT nv Tim SW/4 ...... 11 31 M a r."t.I/ nnd 6 A 0, Hlk. 254, City of Okeccho- end
    rit'i'i 1T riRcriT INAXT 470 I ct. 2 ......_ 2 WIIWIIT'N beeLot OK COUNTY COM.MHSIIINEKS -- -
    .TVPICIVL THIRD S, Illk. 103, City of Okcccho- : : OP
    oKF.pcrnoREH 1)tVlsAnHITION bee OlvEHCHOBKE -
    rnl'NTV. 135 Lot 12 ..
    "" ..nltTft ).V of n/n NE of 'NWU' of VnrHE ItnOl'IRBD- : to I OP AGE EVEKOIAHES DRAIN. By IOY! R. RAULERSOX.' ELECTRICAL WORK

    en\XCERY SF'. JO 37 31Ml and show mini. before mid Court DISTRICTTRUSTEES Clerk of the Circuit Court of
    Cnn No.OKEECtiour.E : \ Lot 4 1 on nr' 'before the nth day of Anpnst. Okeechohee County Florida

    : rnrsTY, < I R'.n T.otI .._... 2 A. D. VI43 (which day ll not leu I OK Tilt IMPROVT-ME.NT STATE: OK FLOUIDA. FU.ND: ui agent for inld Board.

    A "et1tlrnl inlnllTliInn 657 Lot 4 ___... 2 than 1" nor more thnn 40 days after By P. Pr EVANSHOUSE
    the dote of the ptibllentlon 'of till GARDNER
    of the !State' of PlxtnK' NORTH I By ROY: R. KAULERSON' Agent
    Notice, whv the fee simple title to for Trustees of the Internal 1m. Deputy Clerk
    mild lands ahould not he soil
    v'OKFFCIiOREE | provement "ul.d Nnd for Bused
    H/n part of It 37 U
    IS Court decreed to be rented In told
    S !II of CommlnMlonera of Everglades
    {72 All Blocks 1
    County free and clear of all lens
    Fr.ORlfuoJnBt COUNTY which >. to 10 Inc .. mill claims of every kind and ouch County Drainage' Florida.NOTI'E District. Okeechobee Advertise in The News < WIRING
    ) 51.04wfi'Bnlt1CION fee simple title In said County to h.1
    Inxa are drllonefendantfV1T ) forever quieted and confirmed and' I ,
    of 84 "' NF.% let at rest against any: and all claims
    TO fjriF.T TITLE of NEV4 of on the part of each and every one OF INTENTION TO
    THE STATE' OF FLORIDA "w% ___ to 37 u of yon : AND YOU ARE: WARNED HELL LAND
    COnrOJMTIONS.!' Having any Inter RETTTtN PATE A pursuant to Section 13 111 I), Chapter
    e Intee HECREE WILL BE SOfGHT TOOn"lER 2om. I.awa of Florida. Act of 1941.
    IncnthlioNntlaoend CITY
    parrlhe4 and Section 07. Chapter 14717. Lawa
    d that this Notice be publlihed
    AM Lot 23 .._ 8
    BID nf Complaint' filed In the Aboveranee time In the Okeechobee News a of Florida' Act of 19H1. ni amended
    flll Tnt fI _..._. 4 one
    I hv Section 11, ChApter 20WW Law of
    Okvrchobee County YOUR TIRES SMOOTH ?
    ltiinti In of general rliVtiUttonpnhllnhed .
    Kin nowapnper
    State of Florida town: 711: Lot Lot 4 2 _...._. 19 17 In Okeechobee County, Florida. Act of 1041 and alto pnrlunnt -
    to Section 42. Chapter 20722.
    TIII rRirTiox orOrttrirate Tn!! Lot 24 ......-. 20 Florida. I Lows of Florldn. Acte of 1041 ai 1
    WITNESS!; hand and official
    7110 Lota 9 and my
    LAND amended by Section 19.
    Chapter 22079.
    Knmhrr' Lot Blk 8 T R 10 .....__.__.. 23 enl this 13th day of July A. D. I Inn of Florida.. Arts of 1943. and *
    7(11( Lot 15 19411. I Section 44. .
    Z6 and Chapter 20722. Laws of
    7S 1."t. ROY R. HAVLERSON.
    ZI ........__ 19 s; n and 11 _.. 28 Clerk of the Circuit Court Plorldn Acti of 1041, na nmended bv
    Lot 31 _... 19 SS 83 760 70M and 11 .._... H Florldn. Arts of 1IM.1.: the following
    > Boor, NB cor 7Q4 Lot 10 ...... SO .(Circuit. Court Seal) deirrlbed land In Okeechobee County, '
    < f SEH of 847 Lot 7 ....... S7 Ulnrldn. tn nIt: OF THE SOUTH'S FINEST PLANTS.
    SW14 fan S 811 Lot 21 ........ 37 IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COCRT hot 2. Blk. 1<3. City of Okeechobee I
    114 ydaV RIW Lot 1. _... RA IN AND FOR OKEECIIOBEE I.oti .1 and 4, Blk. 1 3. City: of V
    :!20 Till N "71 Lot 13: __... SflWlO COUNTY FLORIDA Okeechobee ELEVEN YEARS EXPERIENCE.
    IfHM ,.e.E S BO ft fLntu IX KB: ESTATE OF Albert P. I.otI./ Flk. 141, City of Okeechobee
    020! yd .... 29 S3 !MIS
    14. 15 Arrhenlni: Okeechobee County Lit 1. Blk. 204 City of Okeechohee
    M PcT( 8RO ydsN and 16 __.... 47 Florida. I.otI./ lilh. K,0 City of Okeechnhee PROMPT SERVICE and BEST GRADE
    of SW for P-IK2 Lot 10 ....__ 67 Notice la b'l'ebyllr.D to all whom Lot 0. Blk. 100 City of Okeechobee
    !See 18 RunE 037 Loti 4, S ando It may concern that on the 6ih day of Lot 10 Blk. 21, City of Okeechobee
    2M ydl N ._.. KB Anguit. 1045. I shall apply to Honorable Lut 11, Illk. 2.1.: City of OkeechobpeB.B. RUBBER USED. PHONE 139, FORT
    J S 165Tdi ins lot n ...... 77 court ni Judga of Probate. for mv XVi. run :N flOO) ft N degrees
    ........ SS SS 1074 Lot :.1 W final dlKhnrire ni Admlnlitratrlx of I E 594 ft. to creek S\Vly along creekto PIERCE, FOR APPOINTMENT.

    82,11' 81 ydi P-l11d Lot :5 __.... 108 the estate of Albert F. Arrbenlni, point due E of be?. thence W to r
    :N of II\\ ear 111(1( Lot 1 and 2 infl dpcenied: and that at the same time hag, except creek. R-\V. In See 27
    Set' !S, run 1141 Lot .1 ._ NW11V I will preient my final account aiAdmlnUtrntrtx T 37. K S5:
    K 520 ydi \ > Lob B and 6 iw1m 1 of mid estate, and Lola, 2. .1: and 4, Blk. 1.19: City of
    JW ydn W Lot 1 ..__.. 118 ask for their approval I I Okecchnhee
    Sjo vdi S 1202 T.ot S __...... 122 Dated at Okeechobee. Florida this i I' Lots 7 and 8, Blk. 204 City of Okeechubce Humphries Tire & Retreading (to.i
    1. 3 .... 211 w 1201
    ydi jn I.oh" nnd (0 I 122 the Orb dnv of July 1(14( :\. .
    Let 54 ...... 30 39 13Iftl 1204 Lot R and 9 122 MRS. SUE ARRnEXirS Lot ii. Blk 204. City of Okeechohee
    3SFWOKFFrilOBEE 12411( Lot 4 _. 135 Admlnlitratrlx lot 11. Idk 204.( City of Okeechobeetut .
    1'.12119 I.otn 10 Jul (113 20 27 12. Hlk '.'04. City ..f Ok.whohee
    FIGHTS nnd 11 141 lout 4. Blk. 200 City of Okeechobee ,
    "II> E'W and 1395 Loti 0 to Lou 7 to 12 Inc Blk, 234 City of I Ilk
    .11'1/e 12 Ine ..,__. 175 IN THE COURT OP THE COUNTY (> .*..,bob.e

    Lot 11 ...... 4B 1547: Lots 4 and' JfDfiE. IN: AND FOR OKEECIIOBEE ,
    110 Loll 8 anI. SA E<4of Lot 5 21S COUNTY: FLORIDA
    In Lot 1. 2 IW Tot 3 .._.. 233 1'1 1n \ i
    and 17 ..._. 10 1S74. Lot 1 to ESTATE: OF F. E. RAMBO, )
    11ECEA 'ET> ) a

    and .,,.. 1ft "OT'TIIO"F.FtnOnVE NOTICE TO CREDITORS
    W Rot 11: ...... 12 TO ALL CREDITORS AND: PERSONS .
    121 Lot 4J: ..... 13 PlfljU'H of Lora IIAVINO: CLAIMS OR DE11.3NPS -
    K2: Li.tami. 4*. <14fl 4 find 5 _._. 1 : AGAINST SAID ES see ,

    ...... 1'\ 1HTO Let 0 __ A TATE;
    11 T.ot 8-1\ ........ Idid 1713 Lot 2 _% .. 20 You and oath of you are herehvnotified
    !M Let SI ...... 17H' T.ot S .. SI anti required to pr lent any
    111 Lot 21 .._ 20 1771 Lot fl S2 elnlnii nnd dcmnndahlch you, or YeY ,.
    133: lot 83 and 1W Toll 1 nnd 2 87 either of yon may here nRalnit the .4 FOR WHAT YOU
    80 .h....... ;o 1 1fT.ot R _. 40 entnte of P. E. I1A.MBO.I dccenned.
    111 Lot 13 ""'. 24 1-21: I.dt* 'I nnd 0 40 'lute of said County, to the County
    111! tot 23 2A NrtRTiiwr Judge nf Okeechobee Onnlv. FleD NEED TO RAISE POULTRY
    142: Loll 1 end 2 27 MinrrioN Idn. at his office In the courthouse of i
    144 tot 81: 87 raid' ('IInntnt Okeechobee. Florida
    TO CITYliMntrd
    1.U Lot. U end within eight calendar month from AND LIVESTOCK RIGHT
    In It 37 IS
    A4 Ql 1(S1 the time of the first publication of
    Lot 2 .. B
    133 Lota'Tj'TT" tills notice Ench claim or demand
    1W Loin
    1 nnd 2 A
    48 Ins ...... 82 It-I2 Tot 20 10 shall he In wrltlnir. nnd "hull tote 'v/
    1S3 Tots 89 ana 1'liice of residence. ana poet office ?pia a de PlaceWWUVWA

    89 .......... 83 and 20 ._.. 11 adilremi of the claimant and
    120 sots 17 mil u ihnll be sworn to Tiv the claimant :
    U fFNTIMLIMKK fluent or nttornev.. and nn\ snub claim I IIciuuiivc. cii *
    m Loti"TtJ""iIne > "/r> /demnnd not .'> filed shall he void :
    11to A3 of tort Lot MARY SCIIUI.MAN,
    Ine <4 to S3 3 .......... 21 37 95 \0 nxecutrlx of the Last SEE US FOR ALL YOUR PULLET GROWING NEEDS
    1 CC9
    Ine .......... 37 TotaI. to Will and Testament ofF
    KB tota El to 3d 1In. C E' Rnmbn decenied -- -

    Inc and 89. 39 uovu.oxm e Pint Pillillcntl'in July 6 A D 104.1. t
    1&f"tIf'JX C foil) Incnted In J* 37 S3 ;Jill B. 11, 2" 27 ,
    16.5 Lot it to P 102 p.ofn'8 to Pep Up APPETITES''liA' S OtJRj.! !
    28 one -f._. 2S 1 IS THE COURT OP THE' COUNTYJUDOK .W":
    100 sot. :no 3 wool>r. \"n :. IN AND FOR OKEECIIOBEr Step oppetites of oil feed birds.i .
    end 2J .. PAIR OlIO : ] up Ollilfi MEAiJ'iioGrow .Plg
    .. 26 : COUNTY FLORIDA
    m< Lot. 21 10 ofrnrtNFU IS 37 33 ) tt". ;; J"r i / Keep 'em eating. Also helpful .
    :26 Inc ...___ "9 1001 All r.lneka: 11 ECT3T14' OF F. E. RAMBO ) i''X11 l '" .. [in! lulling large roundworms, Ie'a H me'
    111* "..I. 21 to to 2q Ine. 30 MTEAIFD' > ""' 'e: duces inlesbnol f 0
    2S Ine ....? 80 to 84 foe and NOTICE OF PROn\TE # : :- .

    100 ton 21 and 40 THE STATE OF FLORIDA : To all ; Mix CHEK.R. ON with Mash 1g
    n\OI. 0 of 4utSIG
    8S3 persona Interested In the estate ,
    170 lota sT'to": \\\ i'( of C W of until decedent:

    Ine _.... Sjc.ntvu >4 of >F.14_ IS 37 SS You are hercbv notified that t -- .--- -. BUYING
    1011! Lot .1 nnil, 8
    Hid t:>.\ to ROI 11-'n.'TIIFRNTIF _... 5 the (net Inmrument.Will and Testament purporting of to mid he READY TO LAY CcHily-. the FEEDER PIGS

    173 Loll 1 to decedent ho. been admitted to pro-
    '4 tic _._..... SI 9n.PITION hate |n sold Court :, MOST PROFITABLE V.
    In 11 37 38 af4T
    173 Loti Yon
    1 to are hereby commanded within
    mn: Lot 1 .. 1
    24 Inc .... 23 M22' Loti 1. '2. "3. .It cnlendar months from the date I Cash in by getting your pullets In the nest
    174 late of the
    1 /
    to /A and 6 ... n pnhllcntton of this notice FEEDINGPURINA
    EARLY. with
    growth and vigor for last
    24 Ine ...... JJ( to appear and how If
    1023:: T.nt 9 ........ D any ron I
    175 Lnt 1 nod 2 63 FIR"T .*!>. cnn whv the action of inld, Court 9e9gprod uctio A complete! feed, ,. IioiviM A
    "OI'T"I.SO In ndmlttlnir mild will
    DITIOV to probate |
    11 FI611: r0. TO should not stand nnrevoked.

    1S3 Iota 40 to toil: Tilt" .___.. S County Judge, --- -- -
    It rA1nc...... M RIGHT (County Jndge't !Seal' )

    OKFtrilOBFEwi \'l> llH \ "L.'Z "II 'I) Incnlcd s of Low-Cost tggs '+ +eed
    Big Litters
    <. orn, .. n 33 85 In .. 15 37 83 TIIF: cinrriT COURT OF THIS I I \i'p {
    SM LOll SI 1021 T.ot 10 ...... B NINTH .TfniCIAL CIRCUIT OF
    nllI, ?J ...... 122 M.r.I.\11 tN.1DIITION FIO1MD\ AND FOR OKEH-' LAYENA For lot* of
    279 B-g r,0 ft CHORES< COt: TY. IN CHAN-I J milk heavy pigs

    \v of :NKwr s'n of NW% CERV.Chancerr. Get eggs with uniform yolks, strong /DRInI fastgain.., calanc
    of ""of",1i _s n>'f i of NKM N of ofNFH EDNA CLAY DILLON.Ca 1' No.) til shells, delicious flavor Complete feed IgYENA+u0) n. P'9 y0to grain with

    run NW14 of w$ '! VK H V.... 13 37 33 Plaintiff > your choice, mash or pellets. Sow&IP4gChowI
    noff Til
    2012 W s iv n IO.N.VIE DIU OX. )
    K M ft N RI FESCIREDIRK Defendant. ) I -. --
    130 ft _..._. 50 37 85 "/0 ORDER TO APPEAR --
    178() t"-iJ "f :N>,4 of Part oftw.llandfj THE' STATE': OF FLORIDA
    of S\Vli tif 37 83 To lonnle : OPEN WOUNDS S
    - SEIi 20 37 35 1' 7.1: L..t 3 ______ 10 wily Lexington Dillon 111 1(,..South Broad j FOR eON
    it..Mu IHM lot 7 leu S I
    SIS II '" : It la hereby
    ASft: It ordered that eon are LIVESTCK x
    on SPCI
    to Copper on the Rib Aa ...
    and as run WRJC.IlT'" nf Aiipinr. IMS.\ before the ahore 1
    N 110H.5 ft FIRXT titled Court, to the Bill of h
    K HS.H ebB ADDITION filed airalnut yon In the 1 LeMK
    N 77 .n./ I
    deg E4IW located In titled came, wherein the '. ) /
    I'"B chl to C.ovt .... 1/1 n 87 85 socks to obtain an ahioluta ,. vJ y
    : from 2010 Lot S from "
    S 11. And The Okeechohee ra'edbow
    I'OB News ... Ctow.
    run N P-2ng lot 12 ._ 10 ll bel'eh1I..ltl'Dlll'd.;
    as the
    77 dpi E 4.8T'bi 2032 T.ot 12 ..___. 12 paper In which this order shell newi-i he I Built for big milk
    deg< thence 2 miD 0 10 Lot In 21 tmhllihed. once a ...week for Coat (4) PURINA WITH AA KIhUN010W1t %! produetlon and
    and 22

    74 R 603 d.>g ebB 15:S' 41 0f E<" EEli of XE14' 4 34 33 coniecnflve Kanner WITN Ea.SJu week the Honorable A. O. I SCREW WORM 0)41301 PtlRINA FLY SPRAY long milking> lifel t

    ? 34 35 83 dge of this Court and I

    Mcert Con. E' 421 ft, S ida this I1tb County, Flor I castration, docking, shearing I
    tier' III go war 35 87 85 440 yule W ROY day R. of Jnlr IMS. and on wound of all kind oa txdbngi, anb, wotor
    826 Lot 1out.: 42) ft. N 440 Clerk of Circuit BAULERSON!: i all livestock bug* iflTt*fiah, 4)4

    elite "Plan of Td. 35 35 83 Okeechohee. Court, I Plcaiait odor,
    Kwlamatlnn"! 7/8 88 61 $lE'4 IIf SW1-6 County Florida
    R, Doris ttrilnle mad fee f
    Gardner **,
    843 All 8 of RR of NEV, 9373 S (Circuit Court Deputy Clerk CHOW
    R/W ._... 4 38 38 62! NH of 8EWof Seal) ,

    GREAT IIW% of

    LAKES/ I/D NE'4 t 37 Jj NOTICE

    353 Lola 20. 21 63 of SEV4 OF< 8El/ Olr..hoh.. County, ..10......
    abel 22 __ 3
    854 Lot 7 ...._ 4 64 of FEf1 SEi-i. t S7 38 NOTICE IS nEREBr'oiVEN'!:
    NEU of
    GUNNERS: of NW14 K i42D8' aLit to. oferFloridn' Arts CnantJf' Formerly Wllion'e\ Farmer Supply

    IIIUHLANDS: of PEC -.__ g373 known of lOTTOkeechohet ,
    S as the
    "/0 .r HEVi 65 NE>4of NW>4 1>11.'lne. 0' PoWItPHT ACT and In OKEECHOBEE FLORIDA
    BM E of PEP .. 98785 200:11i. laws ofRVEIIfI.ADESnf a+
    361 Lull 20 67 NI.1.of NE; 14 87 35 : 1DBAINAGE'ePfS..
    ... 811 SEli of NEK 14 TRICT
    SIX) Lot i1.. 45 87 35 AfYl'. fhe following described
    ? 69 NyofNW1,4 14 87 83 lend situated! In Everglades. Drainage

    Liatrjct In County, Flor"


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    ....!-!"2='..'.-_=='..'..=..-'..'.-.....-,...'..a=o..a"' "="'oo" "..."."."....".'."."."...."...&-0&......w.o...,....0........-...............,..., Tampa In a Fairchild PT-19 plane March of Time's I sprightly generation are a host of --
    IIn' 'jil Mr. Miles of Girls" I now services-fashion clinics, special
    owned by his friend "Teen Age Ma.l&.r
    !j Plant City, who accompanied him. Youth teen-age magazines, newspaper 1IN &.
    Shows I
    [il iii] Typical ,
    t SOCIAL NEWS The two young men enjoyed the feature pages, modeling agencies I CHECKED 7 DAYS WITH
    I I IToday'a and big store departments.
    II day with the Durrance family, and Is strides :i LIQUID for
    IM I teenage girls
    ) ( .:5i5! :.: :.: 5:.: :.:c_:;?:.: ."'. :;o."".-. =."..==."..-="...-....="... _-" took off 'Jate In the afternoon In a the "flap I Despite her frivolity and youthful MALARIALS'lIl'TOMS
    I spatter of mud from Connors Field.A I ahead of her predecessor exuberance, the teen-age girl 6 6 6
    CHURCH RITES e formal was marked by beautiful ap per," as can readily be verified by I has a serious side She well real- I I Take only as directed
    ZELLWOOD polntmente. Elaborate arrangementsof Ices the climax of this March
    latent March of
    4 fishing party from Miami composed those who see the I
    Zellwood.-The marriage of Miss summer flower and gladiolas of Time shows, her future role and I
    1 of Capt. and Mrs. V. M, Time, "Tocn-Ago Girls," which will I
    Jane Stevens, of Fort Lauderdale, made a lovely setting. The bride, a I responsibility as the American woman -
    Mathls, Harry Mathts, Mr. and shown the Gilbert Theatre I
    bo at I
    I and Cpl. Ted Prescott was solemnized striking brunette, wore orchid crepe IIIrs.I I of tomorrow. GILBERTTHEATRE
    Mrs W, II. Mathfs, Mr. and here Sunday and Monday.
    Sunday afternoon 5 o'clock at and of orchids, and
    at a corsage was
    of .
    the minute
    As an up.to- picture
    It. R. Nabersuls, Mr. and Mrs. J. In unusually complete pictureof
    the Zellwood Methodist church. The attended by her cousin, Miss Lorraine an
    W. Patterson and daughter, Putty the film covers what these unpredictable young- : : '
    these "
    youngsters I -- '. 5_*r-X :;=-=-X -
    3*! ss
    background for the Impressive Mattis of New York City. :: -
    UT thinking and doing, thisMarrh :
    < are
    Davis and nephew Billy Miller, all their waking activities-and even
    1 candlelight ceremony was an ar. She has been In the Marine Corpsfor of Time with Its highly'
    spent the pant week<< here fishing "slumber It shows the
    a party. I I Monday
    I and
    rangement of flowers and greenery, over a year, stationed In Wash and vacationing- Captain Mathls Is girls at their most amusing pursuits amusing; ''r..IH' anti i hrijrht commentary Sunday
    4 and the Rev. Douglas Harrell officiated ington. Police force and l Is tops In screen entertainment ELANOK POWELL"SENSATIONS
    with the Miami shows their tastes In music,
    The program of nuptial mu- The bride and groom are havinga spends his vacation here each summer In reading matter, their slang, tholr I
    sic was by Mrs. Norman Hopkins short honeymoon In the south ---v-- 1
    fishing. hubbies, their fashions, and even
    and Miss Winifred Beck. and are expected to spend few 1945"with
    a OF
    i goes Into such details as their behavior
    The bride, who was given In mar- days at the Zelmenovitz home. Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Zelmeno on dates' and their ways of
    o rage by Michael Ondrlch wore a DENNIS: O'KEEFE
    vita have returned to their home earning "pin money.
    becoming white Jersey street length WOMVVS: SOCIETY OF here after spending a week with <: Catering to the tastes of this I Ir. ADDED CVRTOOX
    dress with white accessories and an CIIRISTHN SERVICE HOLDS | .
    relatives and friends In Brunswick M \RC1I OF TIME:
    -- -- ---
    orchid corsage !I REGULAR MEETING TUESDAY Georgia. '! "";;''r''';;;;;'.-_---,....- -_ 4.A.J_. 'TEEN-AGE GIRLS'
    ------ ----- -
    Miss Qwennette Reeves, maid of The Woman's Society of Chris. I
    honor, wore pink crepe with black tlan Service of the Methodist church Mrs B. A. Bcville and little I

    accessories and a corsage of sweetheart considered a mOlt timely topic during daughter, Anne, of Wildwood, are Tom Grey Says It's a Fact tt

    roses their Tuesday meeting In the spending this week in Okeechobee

    I Ramion Stranger.Thorson, nephew church annex. The subject, both for with her mother, Mrs.! Bryant Bowden Friday and SaturdayDouble
    of the devotional service and the pro I
    the ,
    i groom was best man. Ushers Program
    "The Door of Under Feature
    were Lester Bill Vincent and Ralph gram was I
    Stranger-Thorsen. standing of our neighbors, of racial Mrs.: Charles R. Lewis of Dayton, JEANNE CLAIM

    A reception took place at the or national backgrounds differ- Ohio, arrived last week and Is I DID NOT BUILD THE "IN THE MEAN.
    a Holly Arms hotel following the ent from our own." Coring at this spending several weeks here with !' \ DARLING"RICHARD
    time of enlarged and International TIME
    ceremony. her parents, Dr. and Mrs. E. F. I FIRST STEAMBOAT

    The groom, who ha* recently returned awareness, the topic was exceptionally Dudley. Mrs. Lewis expects her | ",e Ulhh SAJC S! I

    from overseas is receiving Interesting and rewarding. husband, Major Charles R. Lewis, ITS THAT DIX
    i The devotional was led by Mrs. W. "= In
    treatment at Lawson GeneraJ hospital of the United States Army, here FUTON
    I In Atlanta, Ga., and will\ re- B. Jennings, and the program was next week for a week's stay I I tJ A6AINI I "THE KANSAN"
    In charge of Mrs. 0L., Hunt. The I
    1 moon. He la the brother of :Mrs. G. I II ADDED-DISNEY CARTOON
    E. Weniloff and Is well known In regular meeting was proceeded by Miss Phylis Cason left last Friday 'fF1 News EventsComing
    the Circle meetings In the homes I
    1 turn there after a short hone). morning for Huntington Park, I I
    of members.
    Zellwood. His bride will join him California! where she will spend o. ::1
    Following a routine business
    later In Atlanta.Orlando Sentinel. several months. She left from West I
    Meeting, the social hour hostesses
    Palm Beach aboard the Eastern AirLines
    were Mrs. H. PT. Raulerson, Mrs. H.
    L. Elledge and Mrs. W. R. Howell, i
    from the Martha Circle-
    Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Zelmenovlti THE GADFLYContinued I -HOLLYWOOD CANTEEN""I'LL
    have returned < from Brunswick, Others present were Mrs D. W. BE SEEING YOU"
    Georgia, where they attended the Cassel, Mrs. Bryant Bowden, Mrs ( from Page One) "SONG OF THE OPEN

    wedding of Cpl. Julian J, Baumel te C. H. Parkerson, Mrs R E, Link ant as those first impressions you And We/ Can Prove ItBUTDENMARK'S ROVD"

    Pfc. Lenora Gelisky, MCWR, at the Mrs H. A. Proctor, Mrs. W. L. get when you meet new people. "WINGED VICTORY"

    I home of the groom's mother, :Mrs. Burgess, Mrs. Martha Clark, Mrs. Charles Hargreaves Is buildingan
    Sedge Moses. W. A. Lawson, Mrs. F. W. Zander, enormous fryer factory back of

    Corporal Baamel lived with Mr. Mrs. C. F. Jenkins, Mrs. E. H. Hunt the store, and It might easily have

    and Mrs. Zelmenovitz In Okeeche- ''IIIrs. L. V. Conrath, and Mrs. D. R. been made an eyesore, but it is so -.001

    beo for six years, and has many McNeil: !. well built, of gray-green aiding, so

    friends here He has been In the four-square with with the world, BRING YOUR .
    service since 1942 and has been In Local and Personal that It Is both Inconspicuous and HAS THE BEST i Printing Needs

    the thick of the fighting in Germany attractive.

    with the Btjh Division Signal Congratulations to the Eaut YOUR CREDIT IS GOOD i TOOkeechobee
    Corps :Mr. and Mrs. G. C. Durrance were State Road 8 community. And if

    t The wedding was attended by pleasantly surprised on Sunday bya anybody calls it East Okeechobee Phone 115 NewsT
    J "', close friends and "relatives of she "vTHf from""their nephew, Lt. (J.g.) I\ you can just take the consequencesdon't

    bride and demons, who flew In from I didn't .
    groom, and although In. Bobby I -- say warn youl I --- '

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    NOTICE :


    I IjJ

    the Several Property Owners, Taxpayers A. D. 1945, at the City Hall in said City of


    Citizens and Others having or Claiming any Okeechobee. Lists of lands to be sold have been

    title interest in lands within
    right or
    posted at the following places in said City of

    the City of Okeechobee, Florida, upon which .

    1944 City of Okeechobee taxes have not Okeechobee:

    0 been paid: Front Door of the City Hall.

    The Tax Collector of the City of Okeechobee, Bulletin Board in the County Courthouse.

    i I Florida, will sell all lands in the City of OkeeBulletin Board in United States Postoffice.

    I ; chobee, Florida, at public auction, upon which

    City of Okeechobee taxes for the year 1944 SAID SALE WILL BEGIN AT NOON


    have not been paid, on the I 6th day of August, ON AUGUST' 6TH, 1945 ..

    -If H .


    _.- ::. WARREN J. KING, City Tax Collector


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    I NEW MARKS- ed at markets or other places tion does not own said cattle. -
    where, slaughtered cattle are held Section 17. The Commissioner of 'I
    (Continued from Pin One) for sale shall be confiscated by the Agriculture Is authorized to appoint ,
    194S, at which time their power Commissioner of Agriculture and as many Inspectors hereunder as he
    and duties and obligations lhallcearyt his Inspectors. deems advisable and to fix their I
    and terminate 10 far ai they I Section 11. After the carcass of compensation. Said Inspectors shall
    relate to cattle, beef and hlde I any cattle 'has been duly recorded furnish a surety bond In such COMBINED STATEMENTS OF THE FIVE
    Section 5. The Commissioner of and stamped according to the terms amount as required by the Commissioner -
    I I .
    Agriculture through his Inspector of this act, It shall not be necessary of Agriculture. Said inspectors
    shall Inspect and record the marks to further retain the hide with such ,shall collect and promptly remit -
    1 J and brands of all cattle driven or carcass, the stamping shall be to the Commissioner of Agriculture BANKS IN '
    hipped from or slaughtered In any treated as a certificate of the pre. \ the fees provided for and
    cattle district and shall make and vious recording thereof. required to be paid under this Act,
    keep suitable records thereof In I Section 12. All law enforcement I which fees shall be paid Into the
    books and records to be prescribed officers Including citrus Inspectors State Treasury of Florida and be.
    by the Commissioner of Agricul gasoline Inspectors, all other come a part of the General Inspection -
    ture, such records shall Include the Inspectors of the Department of Fund, from which General Inspection
    proper showing of all marks and Agriculture and highway patrolmen, Fund the salaries of inspectors THE McNULTY GROUPJUNE
    brands of the cattle Involved, the In the State of Florida, are hereby hereunder and all expenses
    description of unmarked cattle, the authorized to stop any person or Incurred in the enforcement of this \
    name or names of the person or per. persons transporting cattle and to : Act shall be paid
    sons driving or slaughtering cattle I Inspect the evidence of ownershipset Section 18. Any person who shall
    and the dates thereof. The Commissioner forth herein, and any person, violate any provision of this Act. 30, 1945 OF WHICH
    of Agriculture, through his firm or corporation transportingcattle either by doing anything forbiddenor 0
    Inspectors, Is authorized to halt the without the evidence of au falling to do and perform any.
    movement of cattle anywhere with. thority required herein shall be thing required hereby, shall be
    Irt the State (except by rail) and to deemed guilty of a misdemeanor guilty of a misdemeanor and, upon
    demnud and receive from the per.' and upon conviction shall be punched I conviction' shall be punished by a OKEECHOBEE COUNTY BANKIS
    son or persons In charge thereofthe I according to law. fine of not more than $500.00 or imprisonment -
    evidence of ownership and au. Section 13. Fees to be charged for not more than six
    thority required by this Act. The for Inspection under this Act shall months.
    person or persons In charge of be as follows. Section. 19. In addition to the
    such cattle shall at all times have For recording marks and brands remedies provided In this Act and A MEMBER '
    'I and shall exhibit upon request by and stamping hides and carcassesof notwithstanding the existence of ,
    any person authorized under this butchered cattle, for each carcase any adequate remedy at law, the .
    t Act his certificate of ownership and of five or less offered by the Commissioner is hereby authorizedto
    r authority which shall be signed by same party at one time, 25c; for apply by a bill In equity to a
    the Inspector of the district from more than five and less than twenty Circuit Court or Circuit Judge
    which said cattle were taken. I 15c; all over twenty, lOc. shall have jurisdiction upon hearIng
    Section 6. Any person, firm or For Inspecting and recording and for cause shown to grant a
    corporation slaughtering cattle In marks and brands of livestock under temporary or permanent Injunction -
    this State shall either take the carcass I the terms of this Act, 4c per or both, restraining any per
    of such slaughtered cattle with head In numbers of 100 or over, and son from violating or continuing to
    the hide and unmutilated ears to 4c per head In numbers of less violate any of the provisions of this
    the home or place of business of than 100Section- Act or for failing or refusing to
    an Inspector of the Commissioner 14It shall be unlawfulfor comply with the requirements of:
    of Agriculture In the district where any person to kill any cattleone this Act or any rule or regulation RESOURCES
    said cattle are slaughtered or notify ( or more) In the State of Florida duly promulgated as In this Act
    such Inspector of the location of without having the same Inspected authorized. Such injunction to be I ,
    such carcass or carcasses and pay by a regularly appointed sued without bond.
    said Inspector upon Inspection the Inspector; provided that butchering Section 19A. The terms of this Loans and Discounts ................_......._...._._____.__.$ 1,498,931.31
    fee provided for under the provisions of any such animal by the owner or Act shall not apply to any county I I

    of this Act. It shall be the duo his or her agent, If killed In the of this State which borders upon .t Banking House, Furniture and Fixtures ............._.. 105,790.44
    ties of any person, firm or corporation presence of one or more disinter I any other State and which lies I
    when moving cattle from ested reputable shall not East of the Perdldo River and West
    persons I Overdrafts ...._...._._........___._.........._....__......_._..... None
    any cattle district or slaughtering be unlawful. of the Saint Marys River and shall
    any cattle In all cases and under Section IS. Any person who shall not apply to Suwannee and Levy
    all circumstances to notify the Inspector offer for sale any slaughtered beef Counties U. .S. Govt. Obligations _........_...._...$7,308,746.87Other
    and to afford ample oppor without subjecting to and procuring Section 20. Should any portion of I

    tunity for Inspection. Inspection of the hides containing this Act be unconstitutional or Invalid Marketable Bonds ........._..__... 542,336.74Cash
    Section 7. It shall be the duty of the unmutilated ears or who shall the remaining portions shall I
    all purchasers of cattle except for mutilate such ears before Inspecr nevertheless be valid and effective.
    and Due from Banks .._.._.._.__ 4,316,827.61 12,167,911.22Total
    Immediate slaughter, to remark and I tion, shall be punished as herein Section 21 Chapter 534, Florida
    rebrand the same, provided that provided. Statutes 1941, and all laws and
    t this requirement shall not apply Section 19. It shall be unlawful parts of laws which are In conflict

    1 where an entire stock of cattle with for any person, firm or corporation j!|i herewith are hereby repealed ... _...__.__ ......_._...._........._.........._...$13,772,632.97
    the mark and brand 'or marks and to have the possession of cattle under Section 22. This act shall take effect -
    brands carried by them shall be claim of ownership when In upon the first day of July,
    sold and conveyed. fact said person, firm or corpora. 1943. .
    Section 8. The Inspection and ----- ,
    record of marks end brands of IJX!: : (XIDXJtJ.JJJl'JI1fJ.JI.'JQ.IImIJ'lt!: '"

    slaughtered cattle shall Include the
    following: If the carcass of a cow
    or carcasses of cattle are offeredor Easter Lily Bulbs
    the Inspector has notice of loca
    Lion of such carcass or carcasses
    accompanied by the hide and un
    mutilated ears thereof, he shall FOR PLANTING Capital Stock ......__.._.__..__.__.._..__....._..._._...$ 225,000.00.
    make a record of the marks and

    ' brands and shall make an Ink Im Inspected and Certified by State Plant Board of Surplus ._.._...___.____..__._...__._______M._.__..___. 205,000.00
    pression of his stamp on the flesh .
    side of the hide I Florida For Sale and ShipmentThe
    as near the center Undivided Profits ______._.__...._.__....._.....____ 57,679.55
    as practicable and shall make an

    Ink Impression of the stamp on Only Way to Sure Profits is to Plant l
    quarter of the carcass or carcasses 13,284,953,42Total.
    When the carcass of un _ _
    marked or unbranded cattle are CERTIFIED BULBSPrices .
    offered for recording or notice of I

    location, he shall thereof demand given of to the the Inspector person According to' Quantity Ordered ..._.........._;--__..-.........-$13,772,632.97

    so offering the same either a bill Write For Quotations
    of sale
    showing title In such person .
    or an affidavit duly executed by
    such person and one other
    disinterested person showing MRS. ALBERT DEVANELake .
    the right to slaughter such cattle .
    ;end upon the delivery of the bill of Placid, FloridaCOMMERCIAL
    ale or affidavit to the Inspector

    he shall make a record of the colorof lIIn"lmm"'njfiJmmjmnf.1MLJCIItJmJrni\ID1i'1l'JlJ.Jr.JmmI\1\ IIDml!!; ",,,,,,,,,,,'I I.

    stamping the flesh the marks hides of and the quarters hid and is I All Deposits In These Banks Are Insured Up To

    herein required. In all l| ace where
    marks have been altered Inspectors' .

    and records shall and also reports state If shall said so altertiens state*- I $5,000 By The Federal Deposit Insurance

    appear to be recent. .
    Section 9. It shall be the duty of
    the Commissioner to furnish each Corporation
    with a metal stamp of the !
    following description: 1 % Inches
    In diameter and I
    containing around
    the border thereof the number of AND I
    .the district and, In the center, shall
    be the word "Recorded" and the I

    I missioner shall furnish to each in.epector '
    a sufficient number of
    I blank! books, reports, and other !

    \I forms duties., to enable him to dischargehis ... BANK REACHED 1,083,000.00 AT THE
    : I
    Section 10It shall be the dutyof
    the Inspectors or any other per. SERVICE I CLOSE OF BUSINESS JULY 21.-THE
    son designated by the Com million.I I .
    er hereunder to visit all markets
    and places where slaughtered cattle I
    are offered for sale at reasonable ALL-TIME HIGH
    Intervals and keep said market I
    under close observation and it shall 4 .
    be unlawful for anj person, firm or I
    corporation to have the possessionof ,
    slaughtered beef which has not \
    \. been stamped as herein provided. \ ULMER EZELL

    Also all slaughtered beef which has I
    not been stamped as herein provide ; IJ .


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