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: December 28, 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 )
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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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Florida December 28 1945 Price Five Cents
Volume 31-Number 27 Okeechobee, Friday, ,
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s Service Menthe OhEECHOBEE-SECTION: IN 1916 1 Being Taken In I Paul Wongrcy: who: HAS was VA recently JOB Now Under Way by the City Council

President John Baker from the returned from the army,. was in
World OverLieutenant Osceola Countyi Under New Budget: Was Long Planned
New York office of the =National Okeechobee Monday and stated that i

Audubon Society, toget) er with I I he had Accepted a position with the _

Frank Barber was, Warden Elmer Harmes called hereon Gazctte Veterans Bureau at Bay Pines lie I A
I i ,, Kivsimme, ; MISS KELLEY JS ASSISTANT city-wide street improvement
discharged from the Army Airl December 10 to make arrangements has been employed there for the I
full From the
Osceola County cattle producers :MANAGER: ARCADH MARKET program is In swing.:
I Forces In Texas last week and has I II I for lending a new reprtsan- arc preparing to take vigorous action pant several weeks. monies being paid In under the new
. arrived home. lie will remain In the tative to conduct tours in the Interest In discussing hit new position he .
the threatof Dec. (
this week to combat Arcadia 2(1. The appoint. budget setup the long planned
\rm, Air Forces Reserve Corps of the society.A fever tick.A stated that In accepting that place ment of Miss Nell M Kelley as assistant to the paved streets Is goIng .

letter received at the Chamber his\ headquarters would be there and
voluntary embargo upon shipment manager of the Arcadia ahead.
IIarv y Uamrlck has been dlshurged of Commerce Friday was to the of cattle Into Oseeola county that he ,would not accept the ap. State Livestock Market marks tho Two or three weeks will be required > ,
.' from the army and arrived': effect that Initial arrangementswould all pointment as County Prosecuting bad
pastures and a stoppage of first Instance In Florida where a to have the really
home last week after spending four I be Instituted by Warden Arthur movement of cattle from one pasture Attorney which was made after woman has been placed In a places fully scarified and the othef

years In the army. Harvey spent till I Eifler early In January and to another Inside the county,( :Mary Schulman resigned upon :Mr. Bible executive position in respon'l locations where only bad holes are

lust three years In England I that as soon as housing conditions was urged by County Agent JuneR Wongrey's return from the army stock market I In an otherwise good pavement filled

-- had been settled Alexander Sprunt Gunn. In this suggestion he hat Mr. Wongrey stated to The Okeechobco Miss Kelley Is the daughter of : and smoothed. Where It l h nee

Malcom Simmons arrived In Okeehobee I: would be transferred from South received the cooperation and gup- News Monday afternoon that John D. Kelly, veteran manager of esaarv to sawtooth the entire iur

> Monday and li spending Carolina to assume charge. port of Henry 0. Partln, Irlo Bron- he would write Governor Caldwell this important sales center. The I face the work Is being done so at

twelve day here before returning I Tours are to be conducted for the ton, M M. Overitreet, Joel Yates, a Utter and explain the situationto I young lady has ben actively associated not to block ,traffic completely.

to the Jacksonville Naval Air Station purpose of studying wildlife and LeRoy Bun, John Carroll and other him and ask that he reappoint with her father In the management Hillsboro Street, If that I U the
IIe has Just returned to the I conservation momhir of I Mis "Schulman whose resignation
bv the society prominent ranchers of the market for sometime correct name to the paved strict at
I' ted i lutes after spending the was tendered with the .
n coming hire from all over the Although no evidence of fever understanding succeeding her brother Dick the extreme west side of town, U

past ten months In the Pacific I notion. ticks have been found In Osceola I shut he would In appointed. Kelly'! when he went Into military getting the first attention. All
whore hi aboard the Carrier I
was I -------- county, the finding of the ticks on ncrvlce. Her appointment as assistant streets will receive a thorough cut

Kalinin Bay The Commercial I the welt side ,of the Klsximmec I Mrs. Wallace to manager! followed recent War bark asphalt treatment as soon us

liver, may eaule'a loss to Osceola i DepaUment confirmation of herbrother's the grading and surfacing hat been
Glenn Chandler has arrived ho;, e I
ranchers up to several hundreds of loss, he having been reported done. The city has been fortunate

after spending three years over- Fishermen Met thousands of dollars I Move to Sebring: earlier as missing In an airplane I In obtaining needed equipment,
-ius mOlt .of which time was spent I
All animals brought to the Kls- crash In the South Pacific some machinery coming from the

in in the Italy.hardest Glenn fighting took part of in the some war At t Belle Glade win nice Livestock Market W 'lnes'l Leaves the News Mr. Kelley gives his daughtermuch State Road department other front .

day were examined carefully, according of the credit for management the Atlantic Dredging Company and.
Italy and that it Is mighty I '
in lays to Manager John Pugh and I of the Arcadia market In these re.1 I still other to be used by the Bolcher

good to be back home once more I Tin m.ti-I; I'1 i-t mill '\ in the no signs of the Infestation were I' We regret to nnnminti that 1.1 I cent months and particularly for !, Oil Company .

city hull at Belle Clink; hi Id bv seen 4 he Klssimmee market was : dinning with thIs ,issue of Tht Newswe the outstanding sale conducted early I I This additional equipment together

Albion Harden son of Mr. and : the Luke Okeerhobee Commercial the only one In Central and South' are without the services of Mrs this month which involved the'I with that which the city has e
Mrs C. 0. Harden, has recently 'Fisheries Association was not only Florida that operated this week Marjorie B. Wallace in the news handling of 485 cattle In 80 minutes 1 should allow of a good job being

Wen discharged from the United I well attended but also received the both Okeochobee and Arcadia closing department of The Okeechobee of selling time, for a gross done.

t. States Marines after serving the financial support of the many members their gates.Notwithstanding. I News. Mr. Wallace has received hit total of $17,49734.Plant I

past i five years, three years of whichwas I and the dues paid In at the I : the tick freedom notice to be ready to move to lien- EVANGELISTIC SERVICES AT

served In the Pacific sine I meeting were 'well over the $1,000 of the local market, It It to be closed drix Field at Sebring within the CHURCH OF 'THE BRETHREN

Pearl Harbor. Albion has accepted I mark next Wednesday and. Will reopen next few days and they are now I Field In

a position with the St. Petersburg I This association which has the Wednesday January 2, In the meantime getting things In readiness to move i Sunday night Dec. 30, Evangelistic

':met and will make that city hit I backing of most businessmen around the entire market is to be Mrs. Wallace has been reportingand Tampa Is Being I services will begin In the Church'

future home. writing for the Okeechobee New I of the Brethren on Parrott Avenue,
with SO solution
the lake, Is beginning to assume sprayed a per cent
MIBWMM I I large proportions. Much Importance of DDT !Mr. Pugh reported. As loon for the past year or more and we Fixed for FairTampa I Rev. J Oscar Winger of North Manchester

Shanghai the of ticks along the know that our readers will miss the Ind., will bo the evangelist.
On the USS Iloeknla, can be and Is being attached to as report
Okee.1 Klssimmee river were received here, well written and thoughtful news 'Rev. Winger has had experience In
(hlna (Delayed)-Special to their objective which It mainly to I '
rhobee Nave' Eugene Curtis'' retain commercial' fishing; and at Mr Pugh notified all cattle pro. stories she prepared each week especially Dec. 28 The thousandsof pastoral work and a very wide experience .

Wright. fireman, fir.t clans Okee1i I Ihobee. the same time to see that the sports lucers that the market would not the Gad-Fly column which GI's who at one time or another I In conducting evangelistic .

Fla., |'I serving on this attack fishing has a fair chance accept shipments from Highlands, appeared each week under her own. during the war period were stationed meetings For a number of years he

Okeechobee and Glades counties A name. at Plant Field In Tampa, was a teacher In the denomination'scplleKo ,
transport; which left JIM* vltK.l,40 The by-laws, which were, tentatively
fferW"aT "CD*t"l'l1eafiii' !h ri 'gota. rguarantinrrwee ; J 4twsd'eutheed :tiii'WiB6hd9tefeg'that sM LAd I wouMiitrdjy racagajco, -,'lid.l i.eld ?at North .Manchester and, .... ti .

for the States to be discharged. Moore Haven two weeks ago, wire three counties. "Pop" regretted very much to leave home today for real progress! has also was college representative to ,

The Hocking which took part In accepted in final form and the Individual One bit of favorable news reaching Okeech oboe and that It was only been made In recovering this for. cull In high school seeking, pros ,

the Invasions of Iwo Jlma and Okinawa I members will receive a Klsslmmee this week was to temporar>'lly as they expected to mer military post to Its original pective students and visitig'in
hundreds of home of students
and In the occupation! of Korea I printed copy along with 'the membership the effect that while ticks have return to Okeechobee to make their status as a fair grounds
friends of the college.
Is to arrive on the West Coast card. been discovered on two pastures permanent. home upon his retirement Ever since the Army moved out
I I Rev. Winger Is a deep' spiritual
early in December' : We feel that the membership are west of the Klialmmee river, a from the Government service swarms of workmen have been busy
man and will want to hear his
to be congratulated In thplr high spot check east of the river thaws as Army Engineer transforming the drab grounds and
\ gospel sermons. It Is the church'sdesire
JCure: Japan.-(Special to Ok..- Ideals. The scores of dealers and cattle to be free. :Mr. and Mrs. Wallace will be buildings into a colorful exposition
with the help of Rev. Wingerto
chobee Nwa>-.William J. Hulsey. fishermen who receive their living Osceola cattlemen have announced missed by all of the people of Okee site. Carpenters and painters are deepen the spiritual life 6f Its

quartermaster, third class, Okeecho- \ from commercial fishing are not themselves In complete accord with chobee and we know our readers following In the wake of the cleanup members
to lead unsaved to Christ,
bee, Fta., Is serving on a VMS, a only trying! to protect themselvesbut action taken by Governor Caldwell will n'Iss the Interesting news squads, electricians are busy rewiring and make the town and communitya

motor minesweeper In Kure Harbor ) have brought to the attentionof in appropriating $9,000 to be notched stories she wrote each week. to provide for miles of ,
better place in whlchrtq live. f
YMS groups are engaged In clearing sports fishers that their action by a similar Federal fund, the Upon their return to Okeechobee gayly colored sreamers tons of clay
Sunday night! services at 7:00: fortes
such areas as the Kure Channel !! wil! lulso 'benefit the followers of: entire sum to be used In making ill (and we hope it wont be long) wi have been placed on the race track, service and each ee ve
song night thrif
and the Inland Sea of both enemy I Isaac Walton In many ways, and inspection of every animal In Flor expert to have Mrs. Wallace as a the grandstand and bleachers have the You (|
week at 7i30 all
m. are .
; p. ,
and American-laid mines Already II have won many converts among the'I I ida. As long as ono tick remains, member of our force again. been repaired and rebuilt and Indications '
invited and
I we urge'you to attend.
they have completed the largest followers of field and stream. 1 I there is danger of widespread Infection are that all will be in ,
I I -Rev. H. P. Garner Pastor.
mintiweep of all time, clearing the :' I and It Is pointed out that UNEMPLOYMENT: PmiENTS: readln' ll for the opening of Flor- ,.
Flordia cattle no longer Immunity ida's first State Fair
seas from Okinawa to! Formosa to lUIDI.LBREEDERS possess since the war
the Sist China Sea. 0V TilE DECREASE 'I FEVER TICKS .
No definite word has been received Seeing; In the fair anopportunityto FIGHT
display their wares advantageously
I i as to the methods or the extentof
Klssimmee, Dec. 24.-With fullsixty
Jacksonville, Fla., Dec 23-(Spec a .
compensation payments to hundreds of thousands of.peo-, I
the state's ,,
A, head catalogued, officials of Inspection progiambut Tallahassee Dec 21.-The State
ial to Okedchobe News)-Robert In the amount of 38.50 were pie during the 11 days and nightsof
the Ocala Registered Brahman state official have been assured Livestock Commission
Willis, Machlnslfi Mate third classof. made to two persons one fer'ale the big l show, commercial exhibitors Sanitary was
Okeechobee, Fla., formerly of 1 i made final plans for holding their ranchers.of the cooperation of Osceola and one ale in Okeechobee County I are planning the ii.ost interesting granted $9000 last week for the construction .

sta and radio, was discharged recently -' second annual sale on January 18 j I during the week of December 7, and elaborate displays In of dipping vats and whatever

(Dee. 23) at the Jacksonville with Col. A. C. McNurlen scheduled Despite the furor. .raised because Carl B. Smith Chairman of the salary funds are necessary to
Naval Personnel Separation 'Center. I I to officiate In the auction box, and of the discovery of the ticks the Florida Industrial Commission, said combat a relnfestatlon of Texas

Before entering the Navy, Willis 'with T. J. Durrance, Jr., Brighton Wednesday sale of the Klsslmmee I Total of Since the last fair WAS held hundreds cattle fever ticks In three Florida
breeder, appointed by directors of Livestock :Market produced higher' payments unemployment of new Industries have sprung counties,
was heard as a member: of Toby compensation throughout the State *
Dowdy's Barn Dance broadcastingfrom I the Florida Brahman Breeders' association prices than In recent weeks, one In up In Florida and fair visitor aregoing I' J. V. Knapp, state veterinarian,
.ere the amount of $124,619.50,
St. Petersburg Fla. He had to read pedigrees, accordIng tale of calves at $1$ per hundred Y an\ encouraging decrease over 'the to be'amazed to find Florida I told the budget'commtsslon it wpald\

appeared at night clubs all over to Pres. H. 0.) Partin.In I matching the year's record.If total for the previous week, $144- made products on 'dJ play that they take an estimated $3000 a month In

the East and Including Detroit and the offering-consigned!, by 21 ; 270.00, Chairman Smith reported.The never dreamed were being producedIn salarles -lf the amount it matche "
; I> breeders from It be possible, as much as iieth'in this state.Magnificent.
Chicago. Willis first appeared on Ocala to Arcadia number of claimants receiving I by the federal Government-to control .

the stage at the age of twelve and are 37 bulls and 23 females, of you, live peceably with all men payments decreased to 7,239 from exhibits of fruits and : the fevef-bearing Insect. '

has been a comedian the last seven which 20 bulls and 15 females were Romans 12: 13. 7408. Of the claimants paid duringthe vegetables poultry and cattle will !I The {kick reappeared, in sections

years liv a minstrel act In which be :'calved In 1944 or earlier. Sale Manager week of this report 4,6,48 were tell the story of Florida's agricultural I of Glades, Highlands and O&eecho-

was the Interrogator and crossfire R. G. "Bob" Herrmann declared A. Y. Carlton, Sarasota; U. S. Chapman mal* and 2,611 were female. development, displays o f Ibee counties l last week and the board .

comic the cattle con'lIgned! to the sal Klsslmmee; John S. Clardy, Employers are urged by Chairman school work, women's work, arts immediately\ returned the area to a

Also 'a musician, he plays the should please buyers even more than. Ocala; Crum Brothers, Plant City ,Smith to help In further decreasing and 'crafts will all be outstandingwith from which it was re-

violin, the bass viol guitar, end last ycar'a record-breaking sale Durfanc Ranch, Brighton; Russell unemployment by contacting the the buildings housing these departments I leased several years ago after a 30.

drums. Willis\ will arrive horn en I Hermann pointed out that select Farmer, Wauchula; L. S. Harris, nearest office of the United States packed to capacity. The year eradication campaign had beens s \,

December 21. The Willis' have two tlon of cattle to be sold was done Bartow; 1. A. Krusen, Zephyrhills; Employment S.*vlce for qualified flower show which has always been termed successful. '

children, Robert A. Jr., 4, and Mary by a drafting committee of five Candy Bar Ranch, Arcadia; Lester workers just as soon as a vacancy one of the finest features of the It Is. understood that the tick,

Lee, 2. Hi* parents are Mr. M. Willie breeders appointed by the direct. Brothers, St. Petersburg; G. W. I fair'promtses to I* bigger and bet 1 which has been found near the

the county engineer, and :Mrs ors of the sponsoring, association, \Mann Ranch, Bartow; Heart-Bar occurs.Persons to whom unemployment ter than ever.General I I mouth of .the Ktsslmme River, '\i' \ \

VSillls. who spent nearly a week touring the Ranch, Klsslmmee; Stuart Brothers, the Australian tick, which carries o
compensation payments were made Manager P. T, Strelder
state to elect "show-window" cat. Bartow; !Milton! R. Thomas & Sons, the organisms l responsible for plraplasmosii. ,
during the week In this county states that there has ne.ver' been
Rev and Mrs. E. L. Schuler arrived tIe from some of the finest herds In Sarasota; U. S. Sugar Corporation, classified or, Texas fever 1
were as: Process laborer such a demand for specs so far In
from Jacksonville last Saturday the breed. Clewliton; B. W. Vaughan. Bra en. ,
I 1; Clerk, 1.Adveltise. advance of the opening date and hi '\Iy as available space Is going fast.
and are spending two weeks Consignors Include: J. A. Bar. ton; Wilbanks Brothers, Tampa; '
advises anyone interested in securing -| Dates for the 1948" Florida Fair
here with their daughter, Mrs J. thle, San Antonio; Frank Bass,. and Frank & Helena WlllUmaon. ,
In The News a booth to contact him! prompt- are February 5 to 16 inclusive
T. Hancock and family I Wauchula! Dr. H. P. Bevls, Arcadia; Okeechobee i '

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rhoheeLnts BOARD OF COCXTT COM 2.YU3.: : Florida Statutes 1041. '
<0lu'cdl1hCI'; ;N'ecu VICTORY LOAN Churches of Christ 7 to 10 Inc, Blk. 36 Sonlhikeechobee MISS1OVEHS: OF OKEECHO TUB PURCHASER Is to pay the
I cientilt"Chrletlan ( BEE COUNTY FLORIDA advertising cost
Lots :2 to 8 Inc. 11 and 12 !ilk. 20, By MABEL P. HAULERSON THE TRT'STEES: OP INTERNAL)
South Okceehobee ,I Clerk of the Circuit Court IMPROVEMENT/ FUND reserve the
Published Every Friday byle BONDS PROVE Lot 9. Blk. 78, City of Okeechobee Clerk of the Circuit Court of right to reject any and all bids
Okeechobet News Co. it Okeeehe Science," Is the subject Lots 7 sail 8, Blk. 78, City of Okeecbohee cikcechiibe County Florida, IV ORDER of the Trustee of the
? Intcrgnl Improvement Fund of the
I for said' Boards.Bv
bee, Okeechobee County, ylortdaBRYANT j of the Lesson-Sermon which Lots 1. 2. 3,7to10,13to11.9to: Kophronlu Peose Deputy Clerk State of Florida
----- SOUND ECONOMY' I will be read In Churches of Christ 20. lllk. 50 Connors Highlands MILLARD F. CALDWELL, .
BOWDEN .. ? Editor 8/D Tallahassee, Florida Governor
Scientist, throughout the world on Late 3 to 2(1( Inc., Blk. 71, Conners ATTEST:
By TED R. GAMBLE Highlands SID November 8th 1043 I'. r. }Elliot See
Entered 11 ....ont! class matter Jaly National Director, War Finance I Sunday December 30. Lots 1. 2. ,1. 0 to It, 12 to 20 23 to NOTICEXOTIC'J that the Trustees I. I. FundELECTRICAL ,
I, 1014 It Office The Golden Text {Is "The 2H. Blk. 71. Highlands l I. hereby given
under Msr,08u1879.SUBSCRIPTION Division : ran. Connors improvementuffor ,
be*. F"a" Act of U. S. TreasuryThe S/D Trustees of the Internal

RATE Victory Loan now under wsyv loomed of the Lord shall return, andcome R'4 Twp of, XI 87)' of Hue SWIJ H10 nf SE'i.acres See. 20, for the mole Stnto fnr competitive of Florida\ bids will, In'Tnllnhaast !, .:,,:,,:,.:,,:,,:..:":,,;,.:,,:,,:..:.-:..:,,:,.:,,:,,:'.:..:.. ..)

On Year In advance . .. .12.00 is the crucial test of our war finance to Zion with songs and ever- Lots 7 sail 0, lllk 21.1 City of *. Florldn.15th at 1945 11'00,: the o'clockA folliivlng -I
Six Month In advance .. .. ... 1.00 program. We must not only raise losting joy upon their heads: they Okoechohee ; M December doncrllied lands ID Okeechobee '

Three Months In advance ...:_ ,7S the $11 billion required by the Treasury shall obtain joy and gladness, and will be offered for sole at puolle oetI I County: WORK
I for the and beet reek bid. Beginning at the N. E. Cornerof I
but cry highest
we must do It in such
Rending,; ; rotteee In local colnmni Id a manner sorrow and sighing shall fee away" iihjert to the right of the Board of Tract No. 21 ft the Rajle Bay
rents M tin*. hates for display advertising I as to avoid the danger of Inflation (lisa 35:10): Ommlmiloners or Everglades, Drain- I survey a* recorded In Plat Book
fnrnlshed on application. and to make secure the'Peace nan IMstrlct. and/or Ilonrd of CountyCumnilinloMiTK 1. Pnse .11 neenrd of Okeechobee
Ifled advertising. 2 centa rich t.1 I I for which Among the citatolns which com- of Olteechohoe County, f'omitv, "Plorlda : and run thence P. P. EVANS
per Insertion All Items rt nrdln over a quarter of a million Florida to reject any and all Mils, S. KN degrees :30 lilln. E. B terprises etda4ve oa profit art of our men have given their 'I prlio the Lesson-Sermon Is the following at the ronrtlioiimbeulnnlnff at 10:00: thence, !S. SH degrees 40( min. W.
dmnreiihle" tie rates.Adrertlslngr lives. That 1s why we are asking from the Bible! "If love o'clock d.L, on the 21"t fillY nf Janiinrv. 107!",4 ft thence N. 88 degrees 36
liilit rnaonii'nt for drainage mln. W. 3B1.:3 ft., thence N. 27 degrees I
Mill lro psrabl on the for $t billion from Individuals, $a mikeep my commandments AndI and, tt-Hnmatlnn and road uuruuses M min H 0154: ft. to Pointof 4
lit of each month. Psrtlee unknown topnhllshers billion of It from the sale of SeriesE will be reserved PotflnnlniS, containing 030 HOUSE WIRING t t0
.reqnlred. to pay_In sdviuce. bonds. 'I will pray the Father, and he shall no.utn OF COMMISSIONERS, rre.. In Sections 8 and 17. Township -
give you another Comforter, that he KVnilC.l.ADKS: : DRAINAGE !W South Range SI East.:

\3'.Why the Is reasons this money may needed be summarized? Brief. may abide with you for ever" (John N niSTKICTanil compliance Till NOTICE with Sections IS PUBLISHED 2.T312: and In I ':..:..:..:..:":":..:":..:":..:":":":":":":":":":":..: :.

Rotary Club Held e .,.,."' as follows: to 'I 14: 15,16). I ,
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; bring our veter

Interesting Meet ,,,. ,Il... ans home and Dr. and Mrs. E. F. Dudley of I NOTICEOn

'theirmusteringout Christmas Bradenton In were Okeechobee visitors the lending guestsof ; and after January 1 1946, the cattle and citrus business

On Last Tuesday 4' our armies of occupation Mr. and Mrs. Z. K. Williams and heretofore operated as I. D. Cattle Co., and as Iglehart Land

I ..' ; to take family. j Account, will be operated asBluefields
/, care of our des .
The Tuciilin' mintinc of the Rotary J
..d. 1 and wounded veterans -"-" L, .. ....... ..' .
Club lust week was a Christ- f'!' : to make Ranch ..

ma. celebration, arranged by President c e J: prompt settle. I i I IL

( Hiram Raulerson, and only ...., FL..s ment of war our cancelled con-. CLASSIFIED ADSFOR BOX 368, OKEECHOBEE, FLA.

one member missed the fun. The

club will not meet again until January Ted R. Gamble tracts, and for . .... .... . .... . I

*. other necessary during governmental the next few expenditures SALEMule Pointer Pup one I i All mail, bills and accounts should be made out in that name
The program started with the months. year old. See P P. Evans or l and address. \

reading of the Christmas story as The Budget Bureau recently estimated phone 1121.FLORENCE.
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found In the second chapter of total Federal Expendituresfor ., ,, ., ,, ,, ..
the 1946 fiscal year at $63.4 billion ----- -- ------- -------- ----- -
Luke, by the Rev. C. H. Eland, pastor RANGE for sale. See
or $33.7 billion below 1943. Be-
of the Baptist church Prof.. M. ceipts were estimated at $36 billion Mrs. Mclaughlin at Travelers Inn.

0. Kent presented the same Immortal but these may be reduced ..omewhatby

story In music with n b'autl'fully the new tax bill. This leaves NOTICE OF MEETING
deficit of $30.4 billion, which must be
arranged medley of and
songs I I
met by Treasury borrowing. It 1 is : -
carols Including The :
Holy City,
in order to help meet this deficit that' The regular/ annual meeting of I

Oh Come All Ye Fajthful, 0 Little the Treasury decided on the Victory i the Stockholders of the Okeechobee

Town of Bethlehem, and White Loan the last big public drive for County Bank will be held at 2 .

Christmas, played with the sure funds. I o'clock in the afternoon on Friday,

touch, and fine artistic effect which As we enter this Victory Loan, I'd January 11th, 1046 In the Directors'
like to review the
briefly accomplishments
characterise all of !Mr. Kent's piano of Room of the bank.S. .
our war financing pro
work. gram. From May 1, 1941, when the II. McDougald, Cashier.

Preceded, appropriately, by the program started to October 1, 1943

clanging of a cow bell, Santn Claus we raised the huge sum of $207 bil AXXOl'XCE: IEXT THE YEAR 1945 which is now drawing to a

arrived leaning on a cane and lookIng lion. Furthermore, we raised this

somewhat thin and r.otheatenhe money through a plan of voluntary close was a very prosperous and profitableyear
savings at the lowest Interest cost of Since 19.11 H. K. Humphries, Fort I

explained that he had been run any nation engaged in the war, and Pierce Florida has been doing bus for the people of Okeechobee County and
over on hit way to Okeechobee and at the lowest selling
expense eve r Ines under the .Trade :Name .of
had not fully recovered. From recorded.In I
u extend best wishes for
Humphries Tire .and .Retreading we our an even more
small tree In the middle of the the first seven war loan drives I
table he we set total quotas of $93 billion for Company.
distributed Rifts 1946 for and
; very all Investors and sold $135,749,000- I,, Due to the fact that we have adidrd prosperous you yours. .
lovely ones for Mom .
Wallace, pianlit 000 in war loan bonds. Every loan I I Refrigerator, Stoves, Water

for the club, and for Mrs. was oversubscribed. Billions snortwere I Heater. Air Conditioning, Circulating
Ella Conrad, and her two girls who sold !in the interim periods between
10 efficiently care for the comfort drives. We have sold these and many other gas

of the Rotarians at their weekly! bonds to more than 83,000,000 Amer | and electric appliances to the merchandise t tJ

leans By the time this loan is over, we net), we have decidedto
luncheons;) toy., candy ban, chewIng .
we will have sold one billion individual change our Trade :Name, effecthe .
gum and other trifles for the pieces of the popular Series E December 10th, to Humphries
men who had been "(,rood boys" during bonds alone
I ..
Tire and Appliance I ,,-
Company, and
the year. Opening the gifts occasioned Where did this money come from? I .
Our figures show that Individuals will In the future do business un
a lot of bood-natured ban
ter and provided the Treasury with $49 billion der that name. Okeechobee Bank
amusement and the County
toys net out of the $98 billion in new There Is no change In ownership
were then
given to S. R.
funds that has become available t to anxets, .
management financial
chairman of the Christmas basket them since May 1, 1941-and most OFFICERSC.
committee, to be placed in the bas. of the remainder went into cash savingi I H. McXULTV, President S. H. McDOUGALD Vlce-Pres.

kc-ti for homes where there are or commercial bank accounts j I We refer you to Dunn and Brad- iv. IUY CARROLL Vice-Preo and Cashier

children. Santa Claus left in Insurance companies and saving] I Street should you desire any addl-
a banks invested all of the $22 billionIn i lions! Information DIRECTORS
chorus of good-bya and C H. Par-
tenon new funds that they received. HUMPHRIES TIRE & APPLIANCE N. RAY CARROLL C. H McNULTY JOHN ROE, Sr.
soon reappeared In the same State and local governments; invested I '
doorway, COMPANY: E. :'1. MESERVE
may explain Santa's I $3 billion of th $6 billion avail.
deep south accent. able. Private corporations had $39 i J. 0. PEARCE

S. H. billion of new funds from current NOTICE OF I1TFNTIOM TO
McDougald ..
cashier of the SET.; L\ND --------- -----------.----"- ...
surpluses and
obtained billions
bank we $23 NOTICE 11! HEREBY
and J, Homer GIVEN that
county of It. Most of the remainderwas pur mi.nit to Serlton 15 (I Il. 'hspter -- .
supervisor of schools, were welcomed needed by them for expanded 0im. laws of Flurlila. Acts of 1041.
mid Section (17. Chapter 1'
717. Laws
as new members of the club wartime operations. Federal agencies if Florida, Acts of 1031. fcj amended -- --- -
by President Raulerson who and trust funds Invested all oi 'hv.. Section 11 Chapter 20(158, Lowe of --- -
presented ..orlda. Act of THE OLD JUDGE SAYS.
them their $17 billion of new funds In 1041 and also pursuant .
with lapel pins and the to Section 42. Chapter 20722.
scrolls ernment securities. Cans of Florida Acts nf Still, M ,
containing the Objects of In short up to the end of the Seventh amended. bv Section: 19, Chapter 22070. 'fiblt
r taw
of Florl
Rotary. <1a. Act of 1943.: and
War Loan, non-bank investors Section 44. Chapter :20722.! Laws of
Carl Durrance reminded the mem provided the government with $121 ,.' Florida Acts of 1941. as emended by
bore of the billion net of the S'-etlon 21. Chapter 22070, Laws of
coming visit of the mobile $207 billion It had Florida. Acts of IMS. the following .

X-ray unit to Okeechobee. January to borrow since May 1, 1941, the balance ![ '-
of to-wit : .c
$83 billion r
7th and 8th and! asked all the commercial Federal Reserve absorbed banks by, 'i| Lots Okwhonee 1 to 7 Inc. Elk. 1S3 City of t \I g ;
to do everything possible most of it in open market purchases. Luis 1 and 2, Blk. 37, South Okee-

to assure that every person in the Except for the Investment of a Urn- chohe
Beg Situ ft S of
cot of Lot 1
county Is on hand at that time for Ited portion of their savings deposits fur I'OB: run N 20 ft. W 100 ft,
the chest examination. At least we have not permitted the banks H 20 ft. E 100 ft, Blk 103 City ,-
500 of Olieerhohee Ir
persons each day can be eared to subscribe directly to war loan Lot 11. Blk. l.M. City of Okeechobee I ,
with for securiites in the last five war bond All ttlk. e,2. City of Okeechohee ...
ease, and unless the county drives, nor in the current Victory Lots 1 to 5. 7 to 18 Inc.. Blk. 53, r Jz
takes a real interest and turns I Loan. ntv of Okeecbobee
In out Lots 1 to 4 find 12 Blk. 82, City of h1I
numbers for the unit, it may be One of the most significant Okwhobee

difficult to have it return. achievements of our program is the Lots OkeechoneeLota 1. 2 and 3, Blk. 8-1. City of f fhJ I l

One guest wai present, F. F. Burr widespread distribution of the public 1 to 4. 7 to 12 Inc, Blk. 85 i i 1Jlg
debt Millions of people who never City of Okeechobe
introduced A delicious by Wilburn Lawion. before saved a penny in their lives Let Oki-echiihee 1 to 12 Inc, Blk. 114 City of rrI4 /

holiday dinner planned now own savings bonds. It is estimated Late s and 0, Elk 115. City of Okee-
by C. H. Parkerson and !Mrs. that three-quarters of the rhohee
Lot A to 12 Inc. Blk. 116 City of
Conrad was enjoyed by all present, Series E bonds told to individuals Okeechobee ,
'h and the occasion proved a happy introduction were acquired by persons earning Lots,of J.Okeechobee 4. 7 to 12 Inc.. Blk. 117, City r' .
$3000 a year or less. Today individuals
to Chrlsti.-cs festivities Lots :S to S and 12 Blk. 146, CIt,
hold aln-ivist. one-fourth of the of Okeechobee f1

ri total Federal debt outstanding. An Lot 1 to 5 Inc, Blk. 147,, City of -'rll'
even larger proportion of the interest Okeechohee ,' -, '...'
All Blk. f.9. CUT
About of Okeechobee
1200 11
planei from .
all paid out on this debt will go to Lot 4 Blk. 1, VCi-lcnt's 1st A"". \ 1'f.'"'
parts of the country are expected | individual '" Late 4 and 5. Blk. 32. South Okee. '

to fly in groups to the Ail-American .

air manuevers to be held at Miami _.- ,

January 4-6 Armadas of planes

from every state east of the Rocky

Mountains will come to Miami for t'\.Ot\\DA MIUTRR" STEVE: "How was the hospital dinner, casionally and included in that 5% is the -

the air races which promise to be Judge? Sorry I couldn't get there." very small number known as alcoholics

the biggest event of this kind since r OLD JUDGE:"Very interesting, Steve One Then he quoted a doctor from a famous .

the end of the war. of the doctors on the staff read a paper on university who said'Alcoholics are sick per.

PETERSBURG n FLORIDA the research work that is going on at one of sons and, if treated as such, may be cured.'

Still plugging for the cross-stat. I If"OSL' the big universities where. they are studying Alcoholism, he said, is not caused by alcohol
ACADEMY IN FLORIDA chronic but by deep-rooted emotional derailments
canal, Editor Bert Bosh alcoholispi.
Star-Banner Designated Honor School STEVE "I'd!like to have heard that which can be education and 1
quotes Andrew J, Hig- Military by U. S War Judge often cured modern
1I Department. Fully accredited by Southern Auocla- through psychology I"
C'ns "
saying such a waterway I OLD JUDGE: He pointed out that
tlon of and approx
I 1 Collies Secondary Schools Individual
would be an suet to him If he decided .1 attention. Separate Junior department All branches imately 95% of the people who drink do so STEVE"That'lthem08tsensiblupproach

to move his vast shipbuilding iI. oQ. of athletics. Beach recreation center. Aviation. sensibly. Only 5% abuse the privilege oc to the problem I've heard." .. .
plants to Florida. '1\ 9 training available. All-Inclusive rate. A limited j
--J I. umber of enrollments will be accepted for period .
commencing January 8, 1948. For
.. further Information
Peace rules the day, where reason address Col. Walter B. Mendele, Free, Florida This tdMiliumnl ipmitrii tf Cmlirutet tfAlntulIt 5. rules the mind.-William Collins. Military Academy St. Petersburg, Florida.


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28, 1945 ___ uuu

....-===..,'.!i5! '...'iii5!!!!! '.,'.=......,'..=,,'','...'."..',',,-.=...?V.,.-.r..u.".,,.*,Eh i="=.i 0'...'Fa tv.i''i'aI .'...'..*. 5'",' .'... NOTICEOKEECIOBEE NOTICE OF APPLICATION -----
Pooemhpr 51. KMI FOR TAX DEED Contractors Builders and Home Owners
(\III j NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that Notice Is hereby given that E. ,

Vii I:ij! SOCIAL NEWS purnunnt 1 2"t1. Law to of Section Florlilii 9 Acts of of Charter 1937 R. Tindel and Annie Tindel, the HERE NOW

fill III III.y known a) the MURPHY ACT, and In"urouane holder of the following certificate
"" nf Chapter 2 known the
Florida Acts of 11)41 as
[ =y =-y y y=y-y,. =*.y.* y..= y.. .y. .y.
n==n .n nn rvEHor.APKa PKAIKAQE PISTlUCt a tax deed to be Issued there
ACT the following described I long leaf yellow pine dry framingLUMBER
Mr. and Mr. Luther Mobley arrived -' Miss Fhyllsl Cason, who has Innd l situated In Everglades on. The certificate numbers and

In Okeechobee last week from been In California for the past five District In Okoorhobi. Dralnalre\\ years of Issuance, the descriptionof
ida will he offered for sale and the namesIn
their horn In South Carolina and months undergoing treatment for outcry for the highest and the property :
hid subject to the right of the Trus-i l which It was assessed are as
are pending two weeks with relative her eyes, returned to her home here lees of the Internal Improvement!
Fund and of the Pnard of CommlS'l I follows:
here and at Stuart. last week.
sinners of Everglades Drainage District i Certificate No. 127, Year of all lengths
to reject and nil bids at the
Any Issuance 1943.Description. 2x4s 2x6s 2x8s 2x10s 2x12s
fniirthmiHp. beginning at 10: ; -
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Teomans of
Mr. and Mri. Nathan Zelmenovlti :001 I Lot
o'clock A. M. on the 21st dnv of ) of property:
Boca Grande arrived in Okeechobee 104(1. As to all parcels of land WOOD DOWELS MOLDING ETC.
returned to their home In De-Berry nary hslfI I 1, Block 9, Railroad Addition. ,
nf ten ncres or- more title to one-
Gardens yesterday from Brunwlck'i I Sunday and are spending this week of pctrnlpiim and three.fourths of iothrr I Name In which assessed: Ed

Georgia, where they spent Christma here with her parents, Mr and Mr). Trustees minerals of the will Internal be reserved Improvement br1!I German.All National Builders Supply Co,

) with relative and friend. J, H. Walker, Jr. Fund. Eauoments for road right ofnv I of said property being In
,sob,' Trustees 200 feet wide from will any be parcel reserved through by I I I the County of Okeechobee, Stateof 500 First St. at F.E.C. Track} Phone 7123

I Mr. William Griffis, who Is employed Mr. and Mr, F. L. Greene returned \ff*,'h "there Is an Icr-xlsths drnlrmro,:,.'e T" .1 1 1tn Florida. WEST PALM BEACH, FLA.
< -tnont "
Unless such certificate or certificates -
in the Automobile License to their home here Wednesday : nvn nn1 !or rent rn""o.o'
I -'er"9l bth? Ejarc: c: shall be redeemed according -
Tag Bureau In Tallahassee, is spending morning) from St. Augustine, fri" '
M'rncrs ft Evenradf3! I).:1"- to law, the property described -
where they went to spend Christmas air" Dls'rlit.
this week In Okeechobee visiting .
... I
T> .,Iotl"" In bitch certificate or certificates
friends. She will leave Saturday with relative and friend). Lisle' 4,, ,II_ And (I. Plk. 9, Wrlirhfs.I i will be sold to the highest I,_ w._.....
1st. Add.
to return. to Tallahassee. Lota 1and fl, Hlk. C. (WrlKhf 2nd !: bidder at the court house
Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Johnston of ,*dd. '
the first Monday In the
I door
I.,.In I 9. 10 nnd 11. Itlk. 82. CIty of
Mr. and Mrs. 1[. L. Raulerson of i Brooksville were visitors spending Okeechobee month of January, 1916, whichIs

Miami I were visitors spending : Christmas in Okeechobee, the guests Lot r 'ohpeLot 4 and B, nik. 84 City of Okoe-! i the 7th day of January, 1046. TO THE BUILDERS OFOIEECHOBEE

Christmas here with his parents, of their son-in-law and daughter, 8 Illk M. City of Okiwhiiliiw Dated this 13th day of November -

},Ir. and Mrs. Peter 'Raulerson and Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Thompson. l.otn Okeechohe 1 to 1 Inc. Blk. 113. Cllv of 1945. I

family, Lots 2 to S inc. Blk Sid( City of (Seal) Mabel P. Raulerson.
... Oknnrhnhre Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Mrs. Ruth Stevenson andIrs.! Late fl nnd fl, elk 11T City of
Okppchohp Okeechobee County, Florida. ( !
May Keene of Stuart
Tip Marsh of Jacksonville wale were visitors l4fl
Toll 1. 2, 0 10 and 11 Blk. ,
among the out of town visitors who spending Christmas In Okeechobee, City of OhppelioltopTitr NOTICE TO CREDITORS
!TFrs or TITK ISTF.Tt.S.T. -
pent some time In Okeechobee with the guests of Mr. and Mrs Bryant IMIM'OVFVKNT Ft'ND (1933 Probate Act Sees. 119, 120)
old friend. during Christmas Bowden. IPA. IN THE COURT OF THE COUNTY I

Ray Simmons, who 3s employed at Mr. and Reeves and AGE DISTRICT FLORIDA, IN PROBATE

y Fort Myers, spent Christmas In family of Winter Park were visitors its MABPL P. lun.ERSOAgent: IN RE: ESTATE OF I WILL NEEDCONCRETE

Okeechobee with hie mother, Mr>. spending the first of the weekIn for Improvement Trustees of Fund the Internal and ROY RAIFORD RAULERSON,

Bryant Bowden Okeechobee visiting with her for Board of Commissioners Deceased.TO .
of Eteritlades Draluaire Pis.
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Bethel Sloan trim Otecchohee County, ALL CREDITORS AND PER. BLOCKS

Mrs B. A. Seville and little and family, florin SONS HAVING CLAIMS OR DEMANDS .


e night to return to Wildwood after Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Reeves and I TAX DEED You and each of you are hereby PORTLAND CEMENT

spending two weeks here. son Frank were visitors who spent notified and required to present any ,
Tuesday in Winter Garden visiting Notice Is hereby given that B. claims and demands which you, or ..

Mri. Francis Harlow, who' is one relatives C. Swain, the holder of the following either of you, may have against the STEEL WINDOWS

of the teachers in the Pahftkeee certificate, has filed said estate of. Roy Raiford Raulerson

High School, arrived here Saturday RESOLUTION certificate for a tax deed to be I deceased, late of said county, to the .
Issued thereon. The certificate'
afternoon and is spending Christ. BE IT RESOLVED by the State County Judge of Okeechobee Count MASONRY' CEMENT
number and year of Issuance, .
mal with Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Live Stock Sanitary Board of Florida ty, Florida, at his office in the
the description of the property,
Coehmer at Brighton. In regular meeting assembled, court house of said County at Okee- I
and the name In which it was .
that Okeech bee County be, and -the assessed are as follows chobee, Florida, within eight ealen- ROCK AND

J. T. Hancock, who la employed at same I Is hereby placed under quar Certificate No 104, Year of liar months from the time of the | .

the Jones Lumber Company at Everglades antine for the purpose of carrying Issuance 1943.Description. I first publication of this notice. Each' .

City, spent several days out systematic tick eradication in of property: Lot 7, I claim or demand shall be In writing, | .' ROCK SCREENINGS

during the Christmas holidays here the said County Blk. 76. City of Okeechobee. and shall state the place of residence
Name In which assessed: Un and post office address of the
with animal
Mrs. Hancock and family That no cattle, or other I
or things which are or may be subject known. claimant, and shall be sworn to by' REINFORCING STEELIF
All of said property being In I
claimant ,
or attorney,
Infestation with cattle
I Mr.- and Mrs. John Walker left the County of Okeechobee, Stateof
to ticks shall be transported moved or I and any such clam or demaand not
yesterday return to Winter Haven Florida. '
so filed shall be void.MABEL .
after spending the holidays herewith allowed to stray or drift within, Unless such certificate or cer INTERESTED CALL US BY PHONE
their families. through, into or from the above tificates shall be redeemed ac P. RAULERSON: ,

t County, except under and in accordance ,I I cording to law, the property described As Administratrix of the I
of In such certificate Estate of Roy Raiford
with the provisions or certificates
Mr. and Mrs. S. H, McDougald Section 585.08, Florida :Statutes, will be sold to the high. Raulerson, deceased I miB-

'were visitors spending Christmas in 1941, and the rules and regulations I'I est bidder at the court 'house First publication\ November 16, 1943
ZephyrhllU with their aon-in-law, door on the first Monday In the
of this Board, made in accordance ,
and daughter. month of January, 1946, which I Peace Is the happy, natural stateof
with the provision. of said Section,
Is the 7th day of January, 1946. man; war, his corruption hm
for the eradication and preventionof
Dated this 19th day of Novem disgrace -J ame. Thomson
.. the spread or dissemination of I
her 1943.:
GILBERT I the cattle fever tick in the Stateof (Seal) Mabel p Raulerson, I CONST_ RUCTION RAHOKEalORi* MATERIALS

Florida Clerk of the Circuit Court of

THEATRE I That the word "cattle" aa used Okeechobee County, Florida Ma.la.ria.CHECKED I

herein shall be Interpreted to embrace !
cows, bulls, steers oxen, heif- The only foes that threaten America

ers, calve, sheep, fronts, torses, are the enemies at home, and LIQUID for FEDERAL AND STATE SPECIFICATIONS
mules and asses ; superstition; I
Dec. 30 31 these are Ignoracne 6 6 6
That the quarantine shall be in I and Incompetence.; -Elbert Hubbard. Take only as directed .- _. -
full force and effect from and I
Roddy McDowellIn after the 12th day of January, A, ,

D. 1948. i


"THVNDERHEAD"with: I Board at Clewiston, Florida, this the

11th day of December, A. D. 1945. I :


Notice is hereby given that under

NEWS EVENTSCARTOON and by authority of Section 585.08
Schlitz Beer
and Section 585.24, Florida Stat -

utes, 1941, and in accordance with

the provision thereof the State .

Llxe Stock Sanitary Board of Flor BOTTLE _.____________._ 18''"c
Ida ha) placed under quarantine all
and Saturday
e' e Friday Okeechobee County referred to In CASE _________.._____... $4.44I

the foregoing resolution for the
Bill Elliott
purpose of carrying out systematic
In tick eradication in said County No opened this Package Store one year ago. At that time I did

RENO" cattle or other animals or things not make an announcement because I was unable to get a supply
which .
are or may be subject to infestation

with the cattle fever tick of good liquor. > However, now I am able to get plenty of all
GRAND OLE OPRY shall be transported, moved or allowed .

-to stray or drift within, kinds of Wines, Liquors, Brandies and Cordials, at OPA prices.

DISNEY CARTOON through, Into from
or Okeechobee. You are cordially invited to come in and see our complete line
NEWS EVENTS County except under and In accordance

with the provisions of said of Blended and Imported Whiskies

Section 585,08, Florida Statute, 1941,

and the rules and regulations of
the State Live Stock Sanitary Board

OF THIS WORLD""ENCHANTED of the Florida provisions,. made of in said accordance Section,with for Best Wishes for All of You

COTTAGE" the eradication and prevention of ,

"TALL IN THE SADDLE" the spread or dissemination of the for the Year 1946JOE'S

"CHINA SKY" cattle fever tick in the State of

"YOU CAME ALONG" Florida. The word "cattle" as used

herein, shall be Interpreted to em. .

brace cows, bull, steers, oxen, heifer '
), calves, sheep, goat, hones,
I mules or a.....

D.S.C. I This quarantine shall be In full\ JOE BONGIOVANNI, Proprietor OKEECHOBEE
F. L PORTER, I force and effect from and after ,
FOOT SPECIALIST the 12th day of January, A. D. 1846.

CHIROPODIST This the 11th day of December, ;

A. D. 1945.STATE .
Pat Your Feet la My Band

204<< Sunrise Theatre Bid* BOARD OF FLORIDABy

Phone 782 Fort Pierce, 1'1. J. H. Bright., Chairman .

ATTEST tle"'er1r"M'I''e.elr I:ir
.' J. V. Knapp, State Veterinarian I 1

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Happy : .

New. I II

Year ,

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the year 1945 draws to a close and we enter

upon 1946 we take this opportunity to thankour

friends and customers for the very liberal
patronage we have enjoyed during the past year
and wish each of you a Happy and More Prosperous -

a 1946.

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