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Title: The Okeechobee news
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Language: English
Publisher: The Okeechobee Publishers, Inc.
Place of Publication: Okeechobee Fla
Creation Date: January 11, 1946
Publication Date: -1992
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Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 82, no. 91 (Sept. 13, 1992).
General Note: "The voice of the Everglades."
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 6, no. 24 (Jan. 8, 1926).
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Volume 31-Number 29 Okeechobee, Florida, Friday, January 11, 1946 Price Five Cents





I ALLEN MARKHAM ANNOUNCES COMMITTEE TO HANDLE CLOTHING DRIVE |






I CITY COUNCIL RETIRED 20,000 IN BONDS AT MEETING MONDAY NIGHT I.GIVE A WRITE GARMENT-A GET LETTER A PEN PAL





ell At Monday the meeting night-of the the Council City called Coun I COUNTY COMMISSIONERS COMPLETE PLANS TO REDISTRICT: COUNTY So:! you of miles want a away."pen Here's pal" thousands howl. .

Look over your wardrobe, select as
and retired 20000.00 in City
u At the meeting of the Board of many. old garment that are clut- 11terl
BoTh< price paid by the count I I COUNTY: COMMISSION RAISES INTERESTING: : NEWS OF | CO-OPERATION: REQUESTEDBY
County Commissioners held at the -, up the clothe closet, then
<", 69 cent on the dollar which PAY "F LABORERS AND OKEECHOBEE COUNTY MEN CATTLEMEN: IN FIGHT
court house Monday the Board .et down and writ a letter for each
.l! .1. taxpayers of the city quite TRANSACTS: ROUTINE: BUSINESSThe : IN ARMED SERVICES AGAINST: TICK IN FLORIDA
worked out a plan for redistrictlng piece -f clothing and pin It Inside, ,

eon of money. the county in accordance with the Yes, you can have fun and give
The bends which the council purchased Board of County Commission Word has been received here that (From Saturday's Tampa Tribune)
Constitutional Amendment that was In
some needy person some war-torncon"try
were not due and would not Florida Arthur R Davis, t 2-c, Is now stationed The Florida State Cattlemen's Association .. I.
of Okeechobee ,
County,
i era voted at the General Election heldIn a much needed garment to
nave been due until 1952 but the at the United States Naval yesterday formally requested
In regular session Monday
met on
November 1944. The Commissioners wear, while being a sort of amateur
council decided that Inasmuch at Station at Guam, but says u* *xpects every livestock croup In the
1946 10 A. M. .
4 January 7, at have been studying the question ambassador of good-wlll from the
they had the money on hand it Commissioners C. to be home' some time within state to make "Immediate and peri
Present were for months and reached their United State to that country wherever
would be best to retire all of the the next few months. odic" inspections of cattle In their
E. Chairman B. C. Swain,
Diawdy: agreeemnt after much thought and the garment will be sent.

bond( possible. W. F. Walker, 0. J. Chapman andF. respective areas and report findingsto discussion.! The people of the country are
Aside from the City Bonds that Henry L. Walker, Jr., who Is stationed the state livestock sanitary board.
:M. !Mobey: County Attorney T. W.
Briefly,. the new plan calls for asked to do this hug teak-"Give
were bought the city paid its interest at the Naval Station at Pen The action was taken at a joint
Conely Jr., Sheriff N. 0. Stewart
I taking the township line that begins 100,000 garment and writ 100,000
them In sacola left last week to return to with the board In
to date which leaves meeting Tampa.
up and Clerk Mabel! P. Rauterson. "
'I at the Eastern boundary of Okeecho letters. Okeechobee Is asked to
financial condition to after spending Christmas herewith Members of the association's executive .
a healthy The minutes of the meeting held camp bee County and runs West crossing do its share From January 21 to

start the new year. during t'*a month of December 1945 his family. committee attended the Stat Road 29 where the old road 31, the local committee will put on
They also announced that the repair meeting over which Chairman D. B.
I were real and approved. crosses just north of the W. W. Pot this clothing drive. Included In the I
work on the water plant was Mrs. Alma Conrad received a let. Kibler Jr., Lakeland, presided
The Financial Statement showing ter place and continues due West appeal are the following articles of
nearing completion and that as loon ter this week from her son, L. L, After State Veterinarian J. V,
balunc' 'es of December !lst, waspresented until It reaches the township line wear coats, suits, trousers, skirts,
as it was completed they would ht'd I Conrad Jr., in which he says h* Is Knapp mad a report on tick eradication
t foi.ows: at Chandler Slough There It turns dresses, shirts, sweaters, knitwear,
house at the water plant and now stationed with the Naval Forces progress, the association of.
open General Fund . . . . .$10,054.04 '
I north to the Osceola County line underwear, pajamas, night: go* B,
'invite the public to come down and In China and Is anxious to get ficials discussed means whereby
Fine A Forfeiture r'und . 7,404.23Road
This will be County Commissioners shoes, blankets, bedding and in-
fiat hand just what they had home. they could assist the eradication
see
& Bridge Fund . . 4,489.43 District No.1. other Item of clothing that can he.p"e

now in a city water plant Agricultural Fund . . . . 841.03 program.Dr. The other four districts will corner those who must face clothing shortages
Eighth Army Headquarters, Yoka- accompanied
Knapp was by
Outstand. Indebt. Fund . 874,41Race
at the traffic light at the South undreamed of 'n America.
} )1.\RKII.\ BROS. ENTERTAINED: : I home Japan.-William P. Hirtnph- members of the state board, and
Track Fund . . . 12250.84 land Hotel with Stat Road Eight Chairman Allen Markham of the
EMPLOYEES WJTII.) BARBECUE rey, Ron of :Mrs. Dora Humphrey, Dr. T. H. Applewhite of dureauof
.
1940 Gen. Refund. Fund. 21,598.74Report
and State Road Twenty-Nine being Okeechobee County Committee has
TUESDAY XIGHT, DECEMBER 31 Okeechobee, Florida, has been promoted Animal Industry Jack nville
e of Marks and Brands for I the dividing line. This will give the appointed the folowing to assist
from technician fifth Itr"deI Obstacles to th -"adicatlon! i-ogram
Dist. 4 was received and ordered people of the City of Okeechobe him :
Markham Brother entertainedtheir to technician fourth grade in rev ignition which Is I li, linip'y concernedwith
filed in the office of the Clerk of representation In four of the five Rev. W. R. Howell, Collection
employees at a barbecue din of proven ability( In his work carrying terms of a trl- ,
tie! Circuit Court. I districts In the county. Supervisor; C. M. Williams, Educa
ner Tuesday night! December 31st, as a surgical technician with an Infantry county quarantine established by
Report of the County Welfare The new plan will make It necessary tional Director; Leo Greenberger,
I medical detachment. the board after th" of fever
The dinnerwas
it their canning plant. presence I
Board for the month of December cre"'te
to several more voting Shipping Officer; Miss Katherine
served at 7 p. m. and consistedof I Sergeant Humphrey Is a memberof ticks was reported In Highlands
1945, received and ordered filed
I was precincts in the county and will be Sweat, Reports Secretary H. H.
;
barbecued beef and pork, 1 Maj. Gen. Paul J. Mueller's: Slat County In nid-December Include
in the office of the Clerk of the : ready for the voting In the primarynext Raulafrson. Clothing Security Officer
"Wildcat" Division of lu' and materials for
Infantry whichIs
potato chip, bread and Plckles'j Circuit Court. scarcity >or
May.It I and Bryant" Bowden,
; Publicity
After dinner Allen now occupying Amorl Perfecture, I building dppl! ,IK vats.
Reports of and
Receipts Expenses
I.* generally conceded that the Director.In .
Northern Honshu. Road blocks have been establishedat
a short talk to the gathering: ins I
Net Income for the twelve months
I plan the Board adopted was the announcing the plans for the
which he reviewed the past operation six poise surrounding the quarantined
a period ending December 31, 1945 best that could be done with the drive Mr. Markham announced that
Sergeant Rennls Padgett arrived o.u n tie.I of Highlands,
of the plant here in Okeecho- ..
were received from T. W. Conely, Jr.
population of the county arranged collection center would bo at the
]home Tuesday after spending almost Glades and'Okeechobee, and termsof
peal and outlined coma plans for the
County Judge, and from the officeof It Is. High School and roth
.. as a4hlarkhee $
t ifltt1aiv..herf".wi! about IPO employees the Clerk of they Circuit Court: four years In the army, Sgt. the quarantine are being en. .
As it arranged the irs Canning Pl
Padgett was serif to the Pacific (Lrced. Dr. Cnapp- said. soon as can be, "Jr
hand for the occasion. '.
|
on and same were ordered filed In the Board County 'Commissioner will 'Eftiyon"'lsreif. to' begin th'i
over a year ago: and was stationed Dr. J. D. Wilbanks, a member of
office of the Clerk of the Circuit call a meeting and hear from all much needed effort
most of the time In Guam where he the state board, Invited cattlemen to DOW .
QUESTIONS: AND ANSWERS Court. parties concern after which it
embarked from to return to the attend any meeting of the board.
CONCERNING: : YOUR INCOME A Petition for restitution of lands will be advertised and adopted.NO MARY SCHULMAN CONTINUESIN
United States He says if anyone Meetings are held monthly, frequently
TAX DECLARATION JAN. 15 under provisions of House Bill No. OFFICE OF PROSECUTING
doubts how good: Okeechobee looks In Tampa.In .
UNEMPLOYMENT: IN t
458 of 1945 was filed by J. C. Groo ATTORNEY BY REAPPOINTMENTMary
they should stay In the army as long addition to the three counties, COUNTY OF OKEECHOBEE
1. What Federal tax form mustbe ver on the following described property
as h* did. Dr. Knapp said, a local quarantinehas WEEK ENDING DEC. 28
filed by January 15th Your 1945 : In Schulman received a letter
I been established In a pasture
Declaration of Estimated Tax (or Lot 11 .of Block 26 of the City of GENERAL FUND northern Polk county where Infested No unemployment;; ;; compensation this week from Governor Millard

an amendment of your 1945 Decla Okeechobee.and Bessie Alderman, cattle were moved from the High payments were made In Okeechobee Caldwell saying she had been r..

ration). I upon motion by (Commissioner Comm T. C. . . . . . .1300.00 lands county area. County during the week ending December appointed County Prosecuting At.

2. Does everyone have to file a Chapman, duly seconded by Commissioner Baslnger: Sch. Lch. Rm., The Highlands County Infestation, 28, Chairman Carl B. Smithof torney and would continue in that

Declaration ;No. This filing should Mobley, the above applica Groceries Dec. . . . . . 12.50 Dr. Knapp said, has apparently existed the Florida Industrial Commission office. She wa elected at the last

not be confused with the regular ton! was approved by the followingvote County Welfare Board, for years. "Why It was not reported. election to a four year term but ,upon .

annual Income tax Relief Allow. Dec. . . . 350.00N. the return of Paul
filing
time for reported I do not know," he said, Payments throughout the state, I Wongrey
returns, which must be filed not Yeas: Drawdy, Chapman, !Mobley 0. Stewart, emphasizing that the tick Infest- during the week, he said were madeIn from the army she resigned and

later than March 15th. Wtlker and Swain. Nays: None. Not Attend. Co. Comm. Dec.. 6.00 ation Is "a most serious situation the amount of $61,574 to 4,132 asked the Governor to appoint Mr,

have to file January voting, None. City of Okeechobee Wongrey. f
3. Who does that deserves the fullest cooperationfrom persons The drop from the figuresof

J5? Three groups as follows: (a) Attest: Mabel P. Raulerson, Clerk Water C. H. & Jail Dec.. 13.40 cattlemen throughout the the previous week was attributedto I Later Mr. Wongrey accepted a po.

farmers, (b) persons who filed a Circuit Court. Florida Pwr. & Light Co. state." the fewer number of working sitlon with the Veterans Bureau

1945 Declaration of Estimated Tax, Upon motion by Commissioner Elec. C. H. & Jail Dec. . 21.71 The state veterinarian urged that days because of the Christmas holi at Bay Pines and is now located

but wish to change their estimates, Swain, duly seconded by Commissioner Gilbert Culbreth, cattlemen personally inspect their day. I there.

(Ie) persons who should have filed I Chapman, the Board agreedto Kerosene for C. H. . . . 6.01 herds and mail specimens of ticksto I

.1 1945 Declaration but have failedto pay to the Okeechobee News from Okee. Hdw. i Furn. Co. his office at Tallahassee for Instruct President P. E. Williams WOMANS MISSIONARY! GROUPOF

do '0. I the General Fund $12.50 a month Supplies Jail . . . . . . 1.38Domer' classification. H* said the extent of concerning the association's attitudeon BAPTIST CHURCH MEETSAT

4. Did everybody have to file a I for publishing the minutes of the Machine Shop, the present Infestation Is not yet national livestock problems, approved MRS. J. A. LOWRY HOME

1945 Declaration No, only persons proceedings of the Board of County Repairs Jail . . . . . . 36.00 known, but that It could possibly be a resolution for submission

whose wages: last year exceeded $5.- Commissioners until further advised. Western Union Tel. Co. defined within 30 or 60 days at the annual meeting of the Amer. The Baptist Woman' Missionary

000 plus $500 for every evemption Upon motion by Commissioner Telegrams . . . : . . . 225 The meeting, called specifically to ican National Livestock Association Society met Tuesday afternoon, January .

except their own and persona who Walker, duly seconded by Commissioner Inter Co. Tel. & Tel. Co. In Denver next week urging that 8, .at the home of Mr. J. A,

had over $100 Income outside of Swain, the Board agreed to Tel. Clerk Dec . . . . . 7.35 ROAD & BRIDGE FUND producer ceiling prices be adjusted Lowry. The new president, tIn,

wages from which tax was with. raise the pay of laborers from $4.50 Photostat Corp., Standard Oil Servo Sta. In the event subsidies are removed, Leslie, Raulerson, presided.The .

held (assuming their overall Incomewas to $5.00, and of foreman from $5.00to Photostat paper . . .'. B3.21 Gas & Oil Dist. No.2. . .$ 2.89 to provide producers with no less devotional had as Its theme

at least $500). $5.50. Fenola Chemical Co., O. K. Garage than their current prices. "Be Ye Kind" which was beautifullyled

5. What are some examples A John Swain and R M.: Durrance, Supplies C. H. . . . . . 48.25 Repairs Co. Truck . . . . 22.24 The cattlemen accepted a 10 per by Mr. E. J. Wilson Mrs. O.

wage earner with a wife and one cattle inspectors, appeared before Inter Co. Tel. & Tel. Co. Thos H. Nix Servo Sta. cent rollback when the subsidies C. Durranc offered a prayer thatit

child has two exemptions besideshis the Board, and requested that a Tel. Co. Judge Dec. . . . 4.10Z. Gas, Oil & Tires . . . . 119.52 were instituted In 1942, Williams might b* carried out a* the soci

own, and If his wages exceeded notice be published In The Okeecho K. Williams, Agt., RenewalCo. Okee Hdw. & Furn. Co. pointed out, and since then wages ety' New Year's resolution

Knoo $5,000 plus $500 plus $500)), bee News warning all persona to Official's Bonds . . 145-00 Supplies Diets No. 4 A 5. 3.50 and other costs have Increased. After the business meeting a. social .

he had to file a 1945 Declaration.Also have cattle Inspected before slaugh The Okeechobe News, Bennle's Supply Shop, Repairs Others attending the meeting Included hour was enjoyed. Those present .

required to file were mere tering, and upon motion by Commissioner Printing for P. A. . . . 15.00 Co. Truck 4 Tractor . . 7.00 Secretary J. R. Gunn, Henry) were: Mr*. S. J. Davis, !\Ira.

chants, landlords lawyers, doctor*, Chapman, duly seconded by The H. & W. B. Drew Co., Pay Roll Dist 4, Labor . . 24.00 O. Partin, M.I.. Overstreet, Irlo Robert Padgett, Jr., Mrs. C. M. Williams

and others who received Income Commissioner Welker the requestwas Supplies Co. Officials . 57.02 Pay Rolls No.3, 4, 5, Labor 76.10 Bronson and John Pugh, Klsslmmee; Mrs. E. J. Wilson, Mrs. I. W,

from which tax was not withheld. granted. FINE & FORFEITURE FUND Knight's Servo Sta., C. R. Boyle and J. 0. Pearce, Okee Register, Mrs J. E. Cone, Mrs. K

1. Why Is January 15 a special The Jury List was prepared by the Mebel P. Raulerson, Cost Gas, Oil, Supplies . . . . 14.37 chobee; E. 0. Friday, Punta Gorda; E. Padgett, Mrs. H. M. Hancock,

date for farmers? Other taxpayerswere County Commissioners, and same Bills Co. Ct. Dec . . . .$115.80 Pay Roll Diet. 4, Labor . . 0.50 George Kempfer, Deer Park; H. It Mrs Hugh Chandler, Mrs. Franklin

required to file declarations was ordered placed In the Jury Box T. W. Conely, Jr.* |I Withholding Tax Fund Parker, Jerry McLeod, Arcadia; W Walker, Mrs. C. D. Harden, Mrs. F,

last :March but the law specifically in compliance with Chapter 40.02, Docket Fees Dec. . . . . 22.00 Taxes Withheld . . . . . 1.30 H. Stuart, Barlow'; R. O. "Bob" L, Green, Mrs. Eiland, Mrs G. C,

permitted farmers to wait until the Florida Statutes, 1941. Mary Schulman 1940 GEN. REFUNDING FUND Herrman, Ocala; Dave Turner, Brad. Durrance, Mrs J. A. Lowry, Mrs

next January 15. I The following! vouchers were approved .Conv. Fees Dee. . . . . . 275.00N. First Nat'l Bank of Chicago ley Junction C. Frank Raulerson, Leslie Rauleraon, Mrs W. R. Cheshire -

Bills Bank Fees. Gen Ref. Bond Fort Pierce, and James H. Bright, Mrs. Carl Durranc and
Next week: How to file new or and ordered paid when fundsI O. Stewart, Cost Mrs

amended estimate. I are available: Sheriff Dec. . . . . . . . 318.73 Issue of 1944 . . . . . . 20.BO Mia:nt. J. T, Hancock.




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,,: ..... da Beg KK of 1NE sot' f't.ot' 1 I : OF OMIBV-HU'\ THE PLKCIIASEIl Is to pay tb'nh'ertl.lnw I
== 1 :'.'. : .,. -, ...'. : tor POB "inN 20 ft. W 100 ft,,, BEE COUNTY. FLORIDA cost
== ,. J. ... ..I., t1) ,. ==dS: s !20 tt'B 104 ft, Blk 103, City" Hy MABEL P. RAUMtRaON!: "j.1 TUB 1HI81EES FUND OF 1NTEKNALIMPKOVEMENT
= '. .. .. .. ... = of Okeeibohea \ ,t; Clerk of tbe Circuit -"urcI reserve the
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." -)" .f Lot 11. Blk. lMrC1tT: f 'OkeechnbeeAll I. Clerk of the Circuit Court of right to reject any and all bids
ORDER of the Irustes of theInhc'rsai
BY
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-- --: Hlk 82. City of OkeechohesLots Ukewhobee County, tlorlda.
---- ---:: 1 to 5. 7 to 18 Ine, Blk. 63, as agent for add IlosrdiiBy Improvement Fund of tile
--- ----t! (Ity of Okeechobee Sophronlj Peaso, Deputy_Clerk_ State of Florida MILLAUD F. CALDWELL
----- --- Lute 1 to 8 and 12 Blk $2, City ofOken I I Governor .
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-=--- -=--- Lots 1.hohea 2 and 3. Blk. 84. City of November Tallahassee 8th Florida, 1043 I ATTEST K. C.: Elliot: Sec.
= Okecohobeelots NOTICE ,I Trll.t..... I. I. FundELECTRICAL
:; 1 to 4. T to 12 Inc. Blk. 85: ,, NOTICE): Is hereby given tbat the
NOTICE i iTo (Ity Otto Okeechoheo Trust>'es of the Internal Improvement
Lots 1 12 Inc? Oik. 114. City ofOkocih.iliee Fund of the !!tntef Florida wilt
:; offer for sale for competitive bid. In ..>>,..,..:......:MMMMMMMMM:..:..
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Lots H and 0, Blk 11.1. City of OkeeehnhiHt lallnhasspe. Florida at 11:00 o'clockA
M) December isth. lim the follonlng -I
L lots 6 to 12 Inc. HI*. ltd. City of, described lands In Okeechobee
of Okeechobee :
Property Owners County: I: Oke.Thoh-; I County: | WORK
lots 1. 4. 7 to 12 Ine. Blk 117. City 1I"lI'lnnln" at the N. R!!. Corner I
:: of nkeeohohee of tract 21 nf the ltagle Bar I I
Lots 1 to f) and 12. nik 140. City survev as.1'e tI In Plat Book I

=-.= I will be at the following places for the purpose of assessing :::: lots of Okcerhohee 1 to (1 Inc. IUk 147 City ofnkecchonee I.'nlle County, 31.Florida Record: and of run Okeechobee thence 'I P. P. EVANSHOUSE
:: R. 88 degrere 311 min. E 6SH.0 feet,
;;;; taxes, both real and personal, and the receiving of tax returns :: All Hlk 41. Cltv of Okoecbohf* thi-npe s., 84 degree 4fl' min, W, I I
Lot 4. Blk. I. Wright's tat Add 1071 t N. 88 degrees 3fl ,
and applications for homestead exemption. :: lots 4 and n. Blk 32 South Okee min W!.t' Ml.3"t thence N 27 do-. I
i;: choice croon n* mln E D'34 ft' to Point i|
Tots T to 10 ins.. Blk. 30) South of Bprtnnlna; contalnlnir 030 I WIRING
;: Okeeohobee acres. In Soptlons 8 and 17 Township I
Ft. Drum ;: Tots 2 tn 4 Inc. 11 and 12 Blk 20 11 Smith IlnnuB 81: Root.complinn .
3 !South' Okeechohon
: j NOTICI1
T.ot" Blk 1'1 Cite of Okwchohee with !Sertl' naL233.12Dand: <":'.:":MMMMMMMMMMMMM:
1'ate 7 and 8. Blk 73 City of OkeeSI -
== Precinct No. 1 _mu.. --- January 21 at Swain's Store f chohee
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lots 1 to 20 Inc., Blk. 71. Conners -
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m= Precinct No. 2 ..._mm. January 22 at Raulerson Store 11 2(1 snRU Blk 74 Conners Highlands \\

i of MC, of \VH of SF14: Sec 20, : ACADEMY r
i I I Twp, 17, Are. 11 10 ncres
Lots 7 and 9. Blk k
211. City of i
:-: Potters I. Okecchohp i 1 PETERSBURG n FLORIDA .
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f will he offered for pole'.t pnnlle ont. #
=i err for the highest and Ant cash Mil ONI.V: RESIDFNT MIIITARY ACADEMY IN FLOHI -
Precinct No. 3 _._...__.___ January 23 at W. E. Arnolds m! unhject: to the rlchtof the Board of I IU WITH KFSER1E OFFICERS TRAINING CORPS.
= | Commlmloners of T>rjlndes Drnln '
Honor Military School by U. S. War
=i' Coo' nistrlrt anti '", Ilonrd of Cnnnt, 1n BJt H Designated
., : r Prpartment Fully accredited by Southern Association
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nl \ of Colleges and Secondary Schools. Individual
Utopia .
c i'' at the Courteous.
heirlnnlni !
at 1n nos _., I attention Separate Junior department. All branchesof
i o'clock A. M on the 21st) dm' of Jnn f "
i iiarr 1ii4n 1 athKtlcs. Beach recreation center. Aviation
s rnscmont for
= Precinct No. 5 _____-_u_....._. January 24 at Upthegroves Store i I' curl "clnmniloii and road drainages purposes f' ruining available. AIl-incIush'e rate. A limited
i will he ,
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-- reerrred.H011tTn :l \ will be accepted for period
I e 4d lumber of enrollments
i rip CO\IIITSSIO\ERS;!' : commencing! January 6, 1916. For further Information t
OF' j
- Eaglebay = I ArE r-"F.III1T..HIF.I 1'I'rll/C'r( DIUIVand : ...... .. address ('01. Waa-r! n. Mendel., Pros., Florida

I ..a- Military \cndemj", St feteriburg, Florida t.

=: Precinct No. 6 ___ ___u.. .__ January 25 at J. W. Scott -.--.--..-..-.-.-----.--.-.-.-.-.-..---..-.--.-..--.-..--


! Okeechobee : I !

Statement of Condition

_ Precinct No. 7 .__..___... ..__ January 26 at City HallOkeechobee' m ;

= i DECEMBER 31, 1945 .
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== RESOURCESLoans


Precinct No. 4 Jan. = I and Di5counts.. _m..__. _._._______._.$ 174,120.94
......__ 2 to April at my office in Court House =:
ROBERT LA MARTIN, = Banking House, Furniture and Fixtures n _.u_. _.__. 8,500.00

County Tax Assessor =: Overdrafts no .-.__ .m.- -- '___'n.. -..___-__. \one
= 1 U. S. Govt. Obligations _. $563,000.00

ij -i Other Marketable\ Bonds 124,000.00

I I Cash and Due from Banks . 275,139.70 962.139,70I



L- _= Total .- n._ ---... ................-- -- ____n__._ $1,144,760.64
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Undivided} Profits. ., wm, _:;:--- --'...-. __:.4._'._-. .:----- 1,002.42 L "t

The regular annual meeting of I Deposits _____ __ .._u..__.__ _...._u______ ___.._._! __.._. __,n. 1,096,758.22
the. Stockholdir' of the Okeechobee t

HOLLYNOODHILLBILLY (fountv Bank will be '''held at 2 ,; Total _.u__ .__ _m__.._.__. n__ $1,144,760.64County
clock the
in afternoon on Friday

.Ji nuiin 11th) 10-10 in the Directors'

Rool', of the bank. .....

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AND VAUDEVILLE .
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JanhIor66 :IM l I..n,.d I t'" Till lin nf Tnlx. C. H M'LTY: .l'l'e.J.nt;; *S. McDOlG\LD, Vice-Prcs. and Cashier
6 V H lull! li"i. riled l mum' In mit. I
I fly, hi' Mini" niill'ntlnn fur n N. RAY ARROLL, Vice-Prea. R. G. DYNES, Aist Ceihlsr
'I 1.1'.. r>e<'d 11 I Ioe l.iuml thereon Snld DIRECTORS
i run iite omlirarps the following dprlliid I
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I Ol" ,.'hnlin.property. In the County of I: N. RAY CARROLL C. II. McNUtTY JOHN ROE Sr.
State nf
Florida to-wit :
I ., 7 i.vi..|"t S ni ft. til irk 14 I Il.hirslilc I W. ALLEN IARKHA I. Jr. S. II McDOfG\LD E. M. MESERVCI

7 Big Actsfeaturing I ,nnt.-r, ri I li" snlil iN.i',Pprtlflrate Miont!'ork.1oI1tIoll.uf. issued snld property xvas I In :, I n PCiRCC:

Hi.. mm. of iikiiimn. .. . .
t'n6 I ... snld Certificate shall he red 1----------- ---------------- --.-.-..-.----
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dis,'riled therein shall be sold tn tli< I
highest bidder at the Courtbnuse '1i
,1.1', nn the, first Mnndar In the THE OLD JUDGE SAYS. .
I mutt, if ril>rnnr1Hfl. which Is theI' i
Ramblin' Tommy ScottAND :.. ."in\ of Fphrnnrv. 1040. .
hated this and day of Tnnnnrr 1041MARFL .
P, R\I'IFRSONtlerk ,
HIS TALKING DOLL Circuit Court of

Luke McLuke Okeerhobee Florida. County I

ANNOUNCEMENT I 1 sK 1
formerly with I

I Since 1934 B. K. Humphries, Fort

I Pierce Florida, ha> been doing bus s II

W. S. M. GRAND OLE OPRY Humphries Inea under Tire the ..Trade and Name of,' I rD ,1 r.

Company I
with .Retre.dlnK'i
I Due to the fact that .

Clara Bell ded Refrigerators

j I Heaters, .Mr Conditioning, Circulating

"The Girl from the Mountains" Heaters and many other gin V
and electric appliances to the merchandise

Mississippi Valley QuartetAND I: we sell we have decided
to change our Trade Name, effect

MANY OTHER STARS OF STAGE Ire December 10th, to Humphries j

SCREEN. RADIO AND RECORDING ARTISTSIN Tire and Appliance Company, and
will In the future do business under *
PERSON ON THE STAGE I that name I

I There la no change In ownershlP,1

assets, management or

High School rating,
We refer you to Dunn and BradStreet -

should you desire any additional

Information ART: "Saw you at the movies last night, low had not turned to alcohol for escape,

AuditoriumONE HUMPHRIES TIRE &: APPLI.\ CE Judge. That was quite a weekend that alcohe would have turned to something else..
COMPANY holic went through, wasn't it?"
ART: Are there that
in
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NIGHT ONLY NOTICE or INTENTION: TO condition, Judge?
8HI, LAND: people won't really understand it."
NOTICE I" IIFIIFPT OIVFN that OLD
pursuant lo Keorlon 13 (11). <'haprer ART: ""r;vb a' do you mean, Judge?" JUDGE: "Fortunately not. Art. Scientists -
JIMVW. laws of Florida. Arts nf 1D41, at a great university have stated that
end Section tlT, Chapter 1171T, Laws OLD JUDG.i:"Simply this. That poor chap 95
SATe JANUARY approximately %of the
19th f Flnrldn *rts of 1<.t11. ht amended people who drink
hr wtlon: 11, Chapter 20OT8, lams of was really a sick man..not just a drunk do so sensibly. Only 6% are immoderate at
I mint Florida tft Ads Section if 1941 42 Chapter and also 20122.par Studies by famous psychiatrists and the' times. In that 5%is the smallnumber known

Laws of riorldn\ Acts of 11X1 as medical profession show that alcoholism is as alcoholics. And the beverage distilling in. of
7:30 P. M. I amended laws of by Florida section: Acta 19 Chapter of 1041.2207I and. not caused by a craving for alcohol. .it is dustry which does not want a single person
Admission 50c and 75c, Tax Included I Portion 41 Chapter 20722 laws of usually the result of some deep-rooted social, to use its product immoderately is
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Florida Act of ,, cooperating
1041 amended b
BENEFIT OKEECHOBEE HIGH Si-ctlon 21 Chapter 220711. Laws of physical or emotional condition. If that fel- fully irf the solution of this problem."
SCHOOL II Florida Acts of JIX1 the follow'Inn
BAND .I".crlhpd loot lu Okeerhobes County
Florida tn-w1f:
Ion 1 to 7 Inc. B1U IBS, City of
J Okeethohee r1 il JMrrtMmmtptnttiti tr Ctxjnmu Alto...,.,._..Motrlit,'"
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ln'bl- a f t>*s 2>t. 9 Ind, Blk 130, (City ofOkeerbohee nt hl'.rhoh..p, '!i"0":1n.,: this 31',1 cloy I' Ohe'eehnhreCnnnb. Florid
( ltcccl "f IIf .Jnllllllr, A. n. SIRS! Rv $Hoihriinln, frees,
NCf.I, Let II find n. Blk 11T City 6f (lr"lt Court Seal) Pi puty Clerk Just received few ?
.01 tr'w' hre ** 11R9. MbOE(. I' 1I.\I'I.EIIlO. Mnrv Sanrierfnr Schulman. I a
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Published Every Friday by the .. nf nVeerhoheeTtM Clerk of the Circuit Court' Atlornev for Flnlntlff
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Okeechobee News Co., Ok .ck.- TT"JI'' or THF IVTFWv . =
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v IMPIIOVFMEVT{ FUND ------- T Even-Air Circulating Oil 1 HeatersPerfect
bee, Okeeehobee County, Florid OF TUB STATE OK FI.O't' -------,, -------
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BRYANT BOWDEN_ ........ Miter 1100nn OJ rnvlrtSSlOVr''s Heat fumes burns with Keroseneor
!I orAr nt'RROIADES! DnA IS. I no ,
Entered as ...ond class" matter July PIlTRII'TlIy !
1,, 1911. at the Post Office In OsevehA MBFL P. nUIEUlOV! Agent CEMENTBlocks Fuel Oil. We install if you wish.
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bee Fla ender *
Act of_Mar 8, 1ST for rruntpps of the Inter
I nnl Im"r<,\'pment Fund, and HUMPHRIES TIRE & APPLIANCE CO.
SUBSCRIPTION RATE 'I ..
r I for n nnl of Oi mmlasloners I i
I One Tear In advance . . ....,'...00I of E'erlllntp", Drainage pie.Mrt .
I Six Months In advance ........ 1.00 I I .. Okiechiiheo County. Phone 139 Ft. Pierce, Florida
Three Month. In advance ..... .78 ,, tlordn I
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., Reading notices In local columns 10 -- .. --
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rents fl line. Katea for display surer' ; iv TUP cinrriT COURT OF THE! . .- -- ---
Fining furnished on application Clsa1Ifled i MNTH, Tiniciu, riuitir orrLOItllM ." =....:.=:: ::... .
advertising 2 centa each word. ,, INNI: ) FOR I
per' Insertion All! 1fem regarding enterprises OIEF'llnlUm l'III'X'I'Y : .\ REMINDER TO OIK MEMBERS
eondnoted for profit are
chargeable at advertising rates I I ICII\NCEKY I We are now manufacturing Cement Blocks I ALEC
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Jt.tny AU.\CtJ. )
Advertising Mill are parable on the in Okeechobee and furnish the
Plnlntlff ) plant
lot of each month Parties nnknewa to at our can
pnMlshere required to-pay.-In advance.,'' 11'AL.If vsIlOrtFHT E':. >) I people of this county with any amount they TEMPLETON
I Difendnnt )
desire.
NOTICE TO CATTLE OWNERS NOTICE TO APPFIRTO
I : noBi UT WAI.LAf'E.AIlItI'io'S I Blind Pianist Will Appear IN PERSONFt.
I : I'XIXO\\'N. I Our Blocks are manufactured to meet Fed-
For recording marks and brands Pierce School Auditorium
I THE STATE Or FIOIHDion
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and State
erel specifications.I .
and stamping bides and carcassesof \' are hereby required to appear I Tuesday Jan 15th at 8 :30 P. M.\
nt nn office In, Okpoohohoo, Florida I I
butchered cattle for each carcass ui Iihrunrv 4. .\. D. IfUfl, to nil) FT. PIERCE CONCERT ASSOCIATION

of five or lees offered by the tame ton of mplnlit t>\' \Marvallnce fir illvirce.fled In against rirnilt !LLEN & ROYESTER .\dml ,lon b>' Vrmherthlp Card Only
L. party at ore time 25c; for more Caner. Okieihil I'aunts, Florida
1 III di fan't wherefore Decree Pro Con \ ; aJmd> _-_ -
J than five and less than twenty, 15c; fe.so will he entered ngnlrnf you: the 1--- -
Ofceechol News Is ilentgnnte I as tinpwspnper Okeechobee
1 all Pnone 130
over twenty lOa In which this Order shall
'" For Inspecting and recording In loimei-iitlve IInllllohpl",,'pka.OIK i' n w.ik fur four i: Advertise in The Okeechobee News /
marks and prandu of livestock under I Itneca nn hand and nfflrtnl seal Il''r' "'e '.T9rR T3"w 1h'w"" r !

the terms of this Act, 3c per head' _________ __ ___ __ ______ u__ __- ,_.. . .- ...-

in numbers of 100 or over, and 4c I
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Section 14. It shall be unlawful

for any person to kill any cattle I

(one or more) In the State of Flor I
t
ida, without having the same inspected .

by a regularly appointed In- OPEN

epector; provided that butchering of YOUR HEARTQ

any such animal by the owner or
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It\. hit or her agent. if killed n the '

presence of one or more disinterested .

,I reputable persons shall not be e,..?. ,...,. .. ......, .,.".,qw .,,O'Oo
I unlawful
R. :II. Durrance klY

J. S. Underbill,

N John Swain,

1, Inspectors of :Marks

and Brands. .. ;1

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roofing $2.00 per roll. Take 1 roll I < ArM

or all, !M. A Cousart, Okeechobee,

Avenue.FOR .
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SALE-Six head of cattle, S,
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milch cows will be fresh In :March

'' '.vs 1 Guernsey.Jersey bull and two

oNt'-t' yearlings W.: II Russell I P3 a a


\ WAITRESS RANTED Full time,

rood wages and tip. Apply 8 fK I c, s ,'' k..

Southland Hotel Grill ,
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are on the way back, the trick ,
fe finding to wuh'em In! I 31 iF"c
Beat way toot: that U to keep f'
turning in the USED FATS
needed to help make loapa.Remember -
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there toap Keep saving yours 1!


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WHAT CAN YOU SPAKE But for every person clothed so far, a dozen

F. L. PORTER, D.S.C. THAT SHE CAN WEAR ? more remain virtually threadbare. Your spare What YOU Can Do'clothIng

FOOT SPECIALIST will be distributed free, without discrimination .

CHIROPODISTPut S Clothing that you may consider old can bring to the victims of Nazi and Japoppression 1 Get together all the clothing f

Your Feet In My Hands new life to some suffering person to whom war in Europe, the Philippines, and the you can spare.

brought despair and destitution. Far East. 2 Take It to your local collection
204 Sunrise Theatre Bid*. depot immediately.(
Phone 782 Fort Pierce, FaOKEECIIOBEE Goal of the Victory Clothing Collection is In 'moct any town or city overseas there is 3 Volunteer
t some spare time to
-- 100,000,000 garments, plus shoes and bedding. someone who can translate English. You can your local committee.

If your contribution seems negligible,bear this help build international friendship by writing Dig Out Your Spare Clothing TODA

NOTICE COUNTY FLORIDA in mind: Evpry garment you give means one a simple, friendly letter to pin to the clothing VovtrcVtepeo ih... December 21. 1043 "' 'd ..." 'rob'
NOTICE IS HFHEnY GIVEN Shot more human being saved from cold sickness you contribute. talk V.kirt. /end.rw.ar

1S.IH5 pursuant. Laws to of Section Florldn I 8 Acts of of Cbaptnr 1OTT, or possibly death. Dig into attics, trunks and closets Yl kde t/plsv; n /pajamas'bidding;
known a. the Ml'HPIIT ACT. and In your 'pants /cap
of Chapter 2 pursuance 25,000,000 people overseas today dig out all the
clothing
j-lorliln. Arts of 1041 known as the. you can spare The more you do the better you'll feel

FVnir.LAPfS ACT.: the DUAIN40B following describedInnd DISTRiCT clothing collected from Americans last spring. . take it to your local collection depot now.

situated In Everglades Drainage,
District In Otteechohee County FlorIda
will he offered for sale at pUblle
for the hhrb..t and beet cub
flY il1lhjt't't to the right of the Trustees "
of the Internal ImprovementFund VICTORY CLOTHING COLLECTION
and of the Hoar. of Commie.
aloners of Fverjrlndee Drainage DI.
trlnt to rej.,.' our and nil bids. at the
onrthou beginning at 10'00
M.. on the Slat day of Jan.
unryrk1046. Aa to all parcels of land
of ten acres or more title to one-half lAD
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of pete. 'lenm and thr e-fourths of for Overseas Relief HENRY J. KAISER
ot'ier lull ('rail will he reserved by
Trustees' of the Internal Improvement ; ,,,, ;0
wise Flln"I 200 F.nepm..nt.fOF feet wide will road be reaerved right by of ., I National Chairman

sold trustees from any. parcel through
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re"K.I r.n'r i:;C:1-cier'eJ..I' .c bCrTin ": t5:I. %:)3:::<: c This advertisement was prepared by the Advertising Council for the Victory Clothing Collection, and is sponsored by
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1st. Add, '
Lota K and 6. Blk C. Wright 2ndlot MARKHAM

OkeechobeeLots: sdd,' 10 and 11. Blk 63, City of BROTHERS

4 and S, Blk. 84 City of Okee
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I ern NEWS' I IIII!!! TO HAVE-FORMAL OPENING TRUTH .
1 Ml NEXT MONDAY MORNING
SOCIAL What of God we Is have the In TO THE BUILDERS OF

nil ____..___.._...__.u... uuu". ",=""u..u.. 1 I On another page of the Okeechobee age
a KsKi; 1II was;;==..i= '- =' Justice.-Demosthenes
News today will be found the
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Kit. Allen Markham Is recovering W, H, Russell receipt s announcement of the opening Mon
at the Jackson Memorial Hospital letter from his old friend Frank day morning of the Okeechobee Motor this cause came I

In Miami following a minor opera- Flannery, from Albany, N. Y., who I I Company, new Ford deaers forOkeechobee that truth.-JesuI I should, John bear : OKEECHOBEEIF
just recently returned to his home .
Christ did not
Miss Marguerite Bass was a ,lsItor after spending two weeks here. Mr.' The owners are E. M. Meserve, truth
truth) he was )
spending Saturday and Sundayin Flannery says he enjoyed the sunshine well known local business man, and and through: for

Miami. and fine weather here and Claude Holcomb, just returned from not of words, but of YOU ARE PLANNING TO BUILD, YOU
when he returned home he met only the Navy Mr. Meserve has recently Robertson..
Mr- A. II. Evans of Miami tt storms and sleet He wished to be''erected I a new building In the block WILL NEEDCONCRETE

pending thll week In Okeechobeewith remembered to the people of Okee- just north of the traffic light at the I
relative and friends chobet. i: Southland Hotel 70 feet wide by .
1 1150 feet long. The building will bea BLOCKS
Mary Schulman spent Sunday and POSTMASTER PITTS ON THREE modern garage building when
Monday In Jacksonville where the MONTHS VACATION AFTER 11 I completed. Due to shortage of material I I
CEMENT
PORTLAND
went on buslneis. YEARS CONTINUOUS SERVICE completion of the building has .
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been slow.Already.
J. E. Cone, manager of the Den. Postmaster M. C. Pitts has been I they have Installed much u
e mary Furniture Company, and ion granted a three months leave of absence new garage equipment but more will Sunday and STEEL WINDOWS

Wayne, are expected home today af from the postoffice. Mr Pitta ,I be Installed as soon as It can be Jan. 11 .
ter spending this week In Georgia. has been postmaster In Okeechobee had. They are installing equipment I, Dorothy MASONRY CEMENT "
over eleven years without a I to service all makes of cars and Robert \' .
Mrs. I. N. McMullen Is spending(; tion. vaca'i
I will carry a complete line of United! In"ENCHANTED
this week In Lakeland where she was I ..
During his absence from
States tires and genuine Ford parts, AND
called on account of the serious 111nesj I ROCK
flee LaRue Chandtr, of the
one assistants and will remain open until 11 p. m,
of her mother. In the oi'fice, will be In : BLONDE"I
each night for the present; later NEWS
I chargeMr I they expect to remain open all night I ROCK SCREENINGS ..
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lieutenant and Mrs Frank Barber' Pitts' vacation Parted January givIng 34-hour service.
left yesterday afternoon for Lin. first : '
Mr. Holcomb will be the man. "M\RCH OF
coin, Neb., where they will make''I I
alter of the new concern. He hllI REINFORCING STEEL
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their future home. ALEC TEMPLETON PROGRAMAT been In the Ford business for th :-: / :++H'+++ I

Mrs. H. T. Baas, Jr., spent the FORT PIERCE INCLUDES 1 past twenty 'years except the ...ne :'
Christmas holidays In Washington, (I I HIS RECENT COMPOSITIONS I II 'the I spent In the Navy during the'' Friday and IF INTERESTED CALL US BY PHONE

D. 0., as a guest of her sister, Mrs. |j I The current recital programs of war, and associated with !him will Dennis '
W. '1' Williams. | be Dalton Watford as parts manager I
Alec
Templeton, master pianist and Constance
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and bookkeeper. Mr. Holcomb f
Allen Markham left composer, who appears at Ft. Pierce In .
yesterday for I Is not yet ready to who will be
15, Includt | say ,
on January new works of
Savannah, Ca., where he went to the E\RL i / I
service
attend his own. One Is Romance, written 'I manager but said he was : ( ' (
a meeting of the Georgia a thoroughly capable man and wasI' \"A I .
for Mrs. The I
Templeton. second Is
Canners Association I "_
meeting there I well "BOH '
known
to the of ,
people Oboe '
today and Saturday. I a Minuet, written In the style of I ..... '-- "
a chobee with
Ravel. (When Mr. Templeton played county. : .
J. R.. 'G. W.-dW.;; E. Pearson, this Minuet for Mrs. Templeton, she While the new Ford place has not Smiley ONSTRUCTIONfli MATERIALS I
actually been I .
tion there the open for business "
first of the week. exclaimed that It had a decidedly "PAHOItE1ULORIDA'J
and Mr. Sullivan of Fort Valley, Ga., Scottish character and Immediately they have already delivered three In I .1Oj1
left yesterday to return to their re-titled It her "Scotch Ravel".) Inj| new cars and trucks to customersIn
Okeechobee. Those the ,: CONCRETE BLOCKS MANUFACTURED TO
homes after spending the past weekIn third place comes a Fantasy of melodies 'I buying
Okeechobee new cars were Dr. :Mopeau Irving I IReglat..r ..... .... .... .
visiting Mr. and Mrs. from the opera Boris Godun- ( : :+ : :-: : : + : :
I AND STATE SPECIFICATIONS
FEDERAL
Roscoe Markham. and Z. K. Williams.
off, set In piano adaptation for the II I
first time. The airs Include the Coronation ,
Card of ThanksWe theme, the and I ..
Farewell the The new medium priced Frazer "TALL IV TilE -- -- ---

wish to extend our sincere Drinking Song, all of which retain I automobile will be placed on display I cnnu I Christian! is the companion ofj I Ma.la.ria.
the rich orchestral colorings of the this month. Fenderless, It Is beau I
thanks to our friends for their original "YOU CAME i liberty In all Its conflicts the
score- tifully styled In chrome, plastics
many kindnesses CHECKED IN 7 DAYS WITH
shown I 1
us during and lucite. It will have 100 horse- "THOSE E i 1 i cradle of Its Infancy, and the divine I
our
recent bereavement, LIQUID for
In the YOUNG i i"IXCEXD.RY
Peace Is the healing and elevating motor. wide
death of our loved one. power Extremely seats | source of Its claims.-De Toequej I C C MALARIALonly
Influence of the world.-Woodrow will permit four persons to occupy j SYMPTOMS
Mrs Wade Snell I 0\"i \)
and
Family Wilson/ the Lack seat In comfort. o j I ville. I Take as directed

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are pleased to announce to the people of Automobiles and will give the same service on


Okeechobee County that we will be open for them as we do on Fords, including Wheel Align


business on Monday morning, January 14, ing, Balancing, Painting, Upholstering and all


1946. for the Service of all makes of Autotypes of Body Work.


mobiles and the sale of Gas Oil Tires and
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Tubes. We will Specialize in Lubricating, Washing


I I and Polishing and Tire Repair.


: At we have number of Truck Tires
a
present I It t has been our good f fortune to deliver threeNew

and Tubes I in stock and as soon as Tires and
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Cars and Trucks and we are getting orders

Tubes are available we will carry a complete

I line. daily If you are anticipating buying a New Car


or Truck it will pay you to place your order


We are well equipped to service all mak j of with us now.






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