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: January 12, 1945
Publication Date: -1992
Frequency: triweekly[<1989>-1992]
weekly[ former <1926-1945>]
semiweekly[ former <1981-1983>]
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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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Volume 30-Number 30 Okeechobee, Florida, Friday, January 12, 1945 Price Five Cents

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-Hews--- of-Our Boys EV31EIIN, PIERCE STARS CO MEETING TOn I Examiner Recommends Florida East SENATOR: IS MEMBER C. 0. ANDREWS OF MANY: I Mrs. Wallace Is

4 in Various tops I I HONORING- SIRS HANEY: I Coast Railway! Be Allowed Change Washington SENATE, Jan. COMMITTEES 8. Senator I Guest Speaker at

II.I. Severn) members of the Okeecho- Charles 0. Andrew. has been made I

t At\ Home & Abroad IK'i) chapter of the 0, E. S. attend- Track from Mew Smyrna to Lake Chairman of the Senate Committeeon Rotary LuncheonMrs.

Enrolled Bills the Senate
. I 11,1 the meeting at Ft. Pierce Men- _
for I Interstate Steering Committee. This Is a signal -
night l \\a-.liineton An Comi
Pease !left Sunday IIIE I
toe I day night, honoring the Worthy honor for Florida's senior G. 0, i Mn ) Wallace was

ut Fort Scrlvcn. On., | i i i'He ('ammniaaion examiner recommended
the army camp Grand Matron, Mrs Mabelle Ranev. I l and attests to the respect andnfl.ctlon jruost speaker at the Rotary Club
Momlathat the commission
nks in Ok.'o.chobee .
after spending Those who enjoyed a very beautiful i In which he is held by his ,puncheon on 'fu"dllieI'. talk was
thi Florida East Const Railway
with Mr. Pease i, The Ladies Aid of the Church of I">'iniit '
the of control
011 subject tower op
Joe wa i occasion there Mrs Alma Burr, ('n, to abandon a 135-milo colleagues In addition to the chairmanship '
reported the Brethren met Thursday afternoon
We previously ,
the and since the
1 trillion at airport
: Senator' Andrew
,""r serving two year with : Worthy Matron of the local lodge, at the home of II. P. Garner, brunch line anti construct 21).5 miles Is a tower win given to Connor Field
I 1 member of the Important Naval
> Alaska and would re- Mre. Rae Boettger Mrs Frances to jlo war relief sewing. Th devotional : Trustees In reorganisation proceedings Ar-I hugely through the efforts of Ro
I of the fairs Committee, Judiciary, Imml
., d"t l nt Camp Bennlng at 1 and business meeting was company requested much
the of
Collins, Mrs. Susie Arrehenius, Mra. taunns subject was
1 tion Rules, Public andGrounds
i i," his furlough. He had j in charge of Mrs. John Drauehon.I authority to abandon a\\ branch from Buildings interest to them. Mrs, described .
Don Reeves, Mrs. Mary Markham, and Public Lands and Sur- I Wallace
i r; nnland. Well, anyway I Those present were: Mra. 8. It. Maytown to a point 11.0 miles the formation of trsifio
I Mr, and Mrs. Frank Zander, Mri. I pat.
committees He Is member
very a
'. Ruifsnidcr, Mrs. Ernest Campbell, i of Okeechobee, on the northeast I
tome the and personnel
Rosa Durrance, and Mrs. CallleCuk'inon. I of more committees than other equipment
'shor.. of Lake Okeechoboe, Trustees any
Mrs. Marie Glenn, Mrs John Drau- |
I to radio
necessary operate a con
I' II'hon, Mrs. H. P. Garner, Mr. Will also asked permission to build i senator I
i ''uiliee' ': News is In 1'0' ,. tiol lower on any airport, and the
----v Walker, Mrs. Robt. La Martin Mrs 'land operate a line extending from I
i ,.,-,Ce that Lieut. Otlin I I I putter the men use In "talking In"a
south Okcechobeu northeast to conI I Florida ParoleAnd'
N'omlas Parker, and Mrs Curtis '
n recently been pro- : History FirstCongressmen plane, as well a* lighting syttmufccd
or I
Wright. met with the lullroad's mam line
the flare signals, and other
i auk of Captain in I I any
{ at Fort Pierce
Captain Pip- i -- I Probation : items which are not military aco'
ui" Corps
from Citizens of communities along the
> omd! at" Fort alley, Kan. RATION BOARD SERVICE rots hut which are of general |Ln'
line from Muytown to Okeechobee
ten-st. The questions' asked by till
have protested abandonment. OtfiI Meet \In Orlando
K '''i ht has returned to the ; State of Florida fie loci! ration boards the nation I, men present showed that they enjoyed .
ciata' and civic organizations of PnlmBuuh
>,>I'm Camp at Bainbridge, ...*.. c,>" n' n large debt of giatitUde. I i : the talk and were even more
l ._ 1' St. Lucie and Martin counties
pending ten day. hereI 1'iobably it will never get around nre' supporting the proposal for Orlando Jan 9.-The Florida Pro j' interested In the local field becft.g

I ,ui its, Mr. and Mrs. Ed du; nesvilli-] Jun .-Tho eight to paying the debt, but that will be lonstruition uf the new branch' button and Parole Association will,'of a fuller understanding of Its

,1 fimlly. ui j1".'i-'iiii n who aerie the people .all right; with the boards. By now, v'I hold u Htreamlined one-Jay meeting I function.
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01 Honda and the nation in the i ifter three years of voluntary and, ut Orlando January 16, opening at The Rev. W. R. Ilowell, who was

'n Maignau arrived home Sevinty-Ninth Congress of the for the most part, thankluni service 'Sugar Company 10 a. m. at the First Methodist I in charge of the program, Introduced .

.t "i this week and I.I spend- Unite! State are almost three they are no doubt hardened to the 'I hurch. I Mra. Wallace.

.ilough; with hit parents, time/ the number that representedthe Idea that their reward must be the Harvest The entire session will be given Group singing was enjoyed, as at*

v! i J Mrs. F. E. Dalgneau at their I S
i I. ,,e In Basslnger. became he twenty-seventh state of have done their bit for the country juvenile delinquency problem luncheon, with Prof, Kent, club pi*

the United States one hundred yean I i in a critical time and done It well. Crop this Season aniat, leading the songs with a true
I President G. Bowden Hunt, In
Lieutenant Frank Barber len ago there were two senator and In their hands Is the responsibility jazz ..wlni.I .
; interested In this
Tuesday night to return to the Army only one representative.The I of distributing equitably ; -- urll'nleVl'r"one I Two members of the Pahokee Rotary
vital\ question to attend the confer
Air Baie at Lincoln. Neb. after first elected representative those commodities which are scarce. C'lewiston, Jan 0.Florida's sugar Club were present, B. Elliott\
I ence, point. out that few major
pending ten days her with his from Florida, David Levy, never en- They must understand a mountainous crop will contribute vitally toward 1 and Tom Gartland, and Robert Ma-
changes have been made in state I
parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Barber tend the House of Representative s' volume of regulation. They meeting the growing sugar shortage, laws concerning juveniles since 1913, I nerve was a local visitor

and family.Mr. Levy win choxen by popular vote I must keep the records. And always Jay W. Moran, executive vicepresident that in only seven of our 67 counties Members present were H II. Rau

in May, 1H45 over his Whig oppon I they must try to be patient and lenient of the United States Sugar are there separate courts for lemon, president of the club, Z. K.

and Mrs. J. C. Pearce received ent. Benjamin A. Putnam The first making allowance for ignor- Corp. said today, in reporting that hearing juvenile cases, that such Williams, secretary, W. I. Lawson,

a letter this week from their son General Assembly that met in Tal | ante and carelessness. the current cane harvest I I. proceedIng cases can be heard in any court, thatIn C. H. Parkerson, W. D. Coker, A. W,

Wilson In which he says he is getting lahnsacp the following June elected I This month some 2042: members according to schedule! 63 of Florida's 67 counties children Davis, C. A Fulford, C. M. Williams,
along fine He Is In the Navy !I of S. R. Raifsnlder, W. J. Hendry, H.
' David Levy and James Diament war price and rationing boards The state's, sugar production nan must be held In a common jail
and his ship Is in the Pacific wherehe I Turzenback, J. 0. Wolff, R. A. Burgess -
Weatcott to the United State. Senate I I'n Florida, and thousands moro in become Increasingly Important tof with adult offenders while awaiting

has been for the past two years. Because Levy preferred the [ states, are starting on their the nation's sugar bowl! with the de- f hearing, that we have no Institution / C, T. Durrance, Nathan Zel.I *' '

.. ..Wilson.. lays in his letter that "l) Senate, to the .Home, he a i *n..f.ed I fourtV* *;..... of, wfimo 'et'Vl'- to I rbs. in (>ff-torc-"pll\ l.\o f\f ifj* I sit li. IIcn!! iuinl zcjfiu ,!'lr. ar<> I menovltx, Leo .Greenberger- M..., C.Pitts /#. .
I I I'I \ and Roy Raulerson. Judge
has been a lot of places and seen the former before he had the opportunity -\\ their communities. We offer our prospect ilf stricter rationing In She cept the State Prison at Ralford.

much since he entered the Navy of serving In the House of sincere appreciation of their patri- new year. Approximately 30,000 These are some of the vexingpoblems I" C'onely and J. D. Northwood were

Among the places he has been that Representatives. 'I otic service. They are doing the acres of cane will be ground at use that 'will be considered at : absent The club ihowed a very

he rays he can tell about were Pearl David Lovy, who later took his job, doing It conscientiously and in company' sugar house, largest 'In the meeting and an effort will be :I fine membership attendance last

Harbor, Guadalcanal and the Rus- old family name of Yulee, was a native -I the American way of democratic the country, as the Everglades' con made to formulate an intelligent and month, 07H percent.
W. I. Lawson will have charge of
ael Islands He has been in the of St. Thomas Island, West In ( (good sense. They typify "democ- tribution toward the sugar short constructive legislative program at
the program next week, and expect
Navy three years this March and die. lie came to Florida as a racy at work with Its sleeves rolled age that time.

bas been awarded the Good Conduct youth with his father, but was sentto I up."-Tampa Tribune "It i. not anticipated that there Government officials, ministers, to Introduce an out of town speaker

Medal. school in Norfolk, Virginia. lie I I will be any loss of cane from the social workers, teachers, parents, V

later worked on one of his father' II ion. recent cold spells, and with labor and church organization must meet "SACRAMENT" SUBJECT AT

Miami Beach, Fla., Jan {.-Second plantations at Micanopy, Florida, I Cabell' popularity accounted in conditions improved over the previous this challenge, he points out, If the CHURCHES OF CHRIST,

Lieutenant YUlda Liichtsey, daughter and studied! law at St. Augustine I part for his success Many Floridians two seasons, the harvesting problem I I. to be solved.A SCIENTIST, JANUARY 14

of Mr. and :Sirs II, R. Llghtsey under Robert A. Reid who became may have voted against: the schedule is up to date," :Moran reported recent survey by the association

of Okeechobee, Fla., has returned the Terntofcol Governor of Florida. Democratic candidate, William A. reveal that proper home and religious "Sacrament" i I. the subject ef the

from service outside the continental After he was admitted to the bar In I I Brockenbrough, in resentment against Jan.acians imported by the War training I Is the most effective Lesson-Sermon which will be readin

United States and is now being pro- 1836 Levy's political star ascended Levy's failure to accept a Food Administration have been sat force In curbing delinquency, few Churches of Christ, Scientist,

censed through the Army Ground 1 I rapidly, seat in the House Whatever the isfactory and have made it possible offender have had any contact with throughout the world on Sunday,

and Service Forces Redistribution i I I Ai a member of the St. Joseph reason for his good fortune Cabell to maintain production schedules. church or Sunday school.In January 14.

Station In Miami Beach, where her I I Convention he helped write Flor received the certification of election However, Moran said, the companycan a nationwide movement, the International The Golden Text in: "The hour

next alignment will be determined. ida's first Coastitution and In 1841 from the Secretary of State. still use more help and i I. anxious Council for Religious cometh, and now Is, when the true

Lt. Llghtsey served 33 months asa I he was' elected Territorial Delegateto Senators Levy and Westcott and to secure additional permanent Education, .. doing everything possible worshippers shall worship the

nurse anesthetist In the South- : Congress. By 1815 he was the Representative Cabell took their respective I domestic workers to encourage a program of Father In spirit and In truth: for
went Pacific theatre of operaitons.
best known man In Florida. places In the Twenty-Ninth V religious education as a means of the Father teeketh such to wore
Ground and Service Forces
Army locatedIn James D. Westcott was no political Congress on Dec. 1, 1845. Florida' MASONS INSTALL NEW reaching the nation' youth. National ship him" (John 4:23)).
Redistribution Stations
neophyte. Although a VirginIan first Senators held their office ua OFFICERS FOR YEAR AT 'Youth Week" recently observed Among the citations which comprise .
various of the United
by birth he came to Florida I til the end of their term., but Ca- MEETING TUESDAY NIGHT on a nationwide b a III i the Lessen-Sermon Is the
States Military personnel returning -
I from New Jersey where his fatherwas bell' place was soon contested by brought religious Influence to thousands following from the Bible .

through from these overseas stations are before processed assignment I a well known politician. West I' his opponent Brockenbrough. Okeechobee Lodge, number 237, of of boys and girl and should i "Then spake Jesus to the multitude,

to military organisationsand I cott served a* Secretary of Territorial Late election returns, those received the Masons, Installed the new officers prove effective In directing them and to his disciples, saying, The

United I Florida a* the United State later than thirty day after for 1945 on the evening of Jan toward better and more useful live. scribes and the Pharisee sit In
Installations within the
States. I District Attorney for Middle Florida uary 9. W. J. Hendry, past Masterof V Moses' seat) Thou blind PharIsee

and as a delegate to the St. enbrough. the Lodge, was tke Installing officer CERTIFICATES OF WAR cleanse first that which I*
During the period that returnees NECESSITY
stay at an Army Ground sad Service Joseph Convention. A correspond- statements he hastened to Washington ARE GOOD within the cup and! platter, that the

Forces Redistribution Station, I ont of the Pensacola Gazette in 1845I I and appealed to the House ot: Z. K. William\ who succeeded himself INDEFINITELY: ODT SAYS outside of them may be clean also"

i declared "Westcott rule the state Representatives. The Democratic a* Worshipful Master, let Matthew 23: 1, 2, 26)).
occupational -
they are given a
and physical classificationas 'AI despotically as the autocrat of I House debated and finally declared thereby a record for this lodge, anda Certificate of War Necessity Issued The Lesson-Sermon also include

dental Russia rules his dominion." Even Cabell not entitled to his seat and most unusual event In any lodge, to commercial motor vehicle the following passage from the
well as physical and reconditioning -
together with various 'David Levy, the correspondent declared Brockenbrough the representativefrom by being elected to a second term, operators are good Indefinitely until -, Christian Science textbook, "Sci-

personnel recently returned from was a puppet In Westcott' I Florida Brockenbrough took with no Intervening time, J. W cancelled and need not be renew !I ence and Health with Key to the

lectures designed to reorient service hands. I I his place in the House of Representatives Swain was Installed as Senior Warden I ed on an annual basil, the District Scripture" by Mary Baker Eddy'

combat are... This processing is Levy's elevation to the Senate by !I on January 21, 1848. E. J. Wilson. Junior Warden, Office of Defense Transportation at "If we feel the asporatlon, humility -

carried on without haute In pleasant the General Assembly necessitateda Florida' first Congressmen were J, M. Roe, secretary, H. H. Hancock I I Jacksonville, Fla., declared this gratitude, and love, which our

surroundings conductive to
and physical relaxat.on. to Congress. Two pop- natives of theState_ they represen marshal Senior Deacon for this Under ODT regulations, operators I I and it i* not wise to try to deceive

Before entering the service Lt. ar Tallahassee lawyer-planters ap ted for Florida was young In popu year will be H. H. Rauleraon, and do not have to have their certificates -, nothing covered that shall not be

Lightsey was a nurse. She becamea ? led to the people in the election latlon. Like the State these Con R. A. Burgess, Junior Deacon. C. 0. reissued unless they propose to ] ourselves or otlitro, for 'there I I.

member ot .thlt armed forces on 11 on Oc: 6, 1813.: Thirty day .I pressmen were young In years The Rollins I II Senior Steward, Wade I change the character of their services revealed' (Ip. S: 14-18)).

February 15, 1911. She attendedthe a er the return received by the oldest, Westcott, was only 43 and Walker, Junior Steward, and A. W. or the territories for which 1 i .. V -

Orange General School of Nursing c. .t.'y of State at Tallahassee the youngest, Caboll, waa barely 29. Davis, Tyler. I the present certificate were Issued, A defln'tii' Intr. :.. u In the quantity .

Orlando, Florida. K: !'w 1'1 I Carrlngton Cabell a Senator David Levy Yulee made the -V ODT said I and 'Iu,1tj0'' I i-'Ik production

o ty o" 'l vote. The apparent I greatest political reputation of the \Mrs. C. C. McCain has returned, to V | can Le achieve "j the u.* of vita-

County Judge T! ... o.icly, Jr., tlon 01. Cabell!, a Whig, shocked four. Cabell who, replaced Brock. her home here after pending several I J. C. Pace returned Wednesdayfrom mine 011",1! D supplement in cow"

left Sunday for ';;,.l' where *slfc< 'aoont Democrat. who 'I enbrough In 1847 and wa reelected day with her son, Lieut. Con the Pahokee Hospital where he feed I it in roiiori'.J by Dr Logan T.

he I.I spending tb', attending 11 I carr e' th' a'at* by a tremend- I again and again was perhaps second nie Raulerson, at the Army AirBase was carried last week. He I II very Wil-un. aiurtrsl nutrition specialist

to business 1 major ty H the previous elect i only to Yulee, \ In Arkansas I much Improved for th. -don Company,

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vanced to the I I IIt America's textile Industry will IN:' TUB': CIRCUIT COURT OP TUB
centralized control I need new plants and equipment that "'I.onlO.IN AND FOIl OKEB-
the Textile World estimates will CIIOBEE, ('{)PNTY, IV:' CHANCERY
ington or In the It CASE NO. BIS
Published Every Friday by the worthy of cost $640,000,000 within the next Carrie Kendle Reed,
( C I I I
Okeechobet Newt Co., at Okeecho- On the fringe of five with development of Plaintiff,
ernor has plenty 1 Her.", j of AL.; Ccrrplcl2r.dc years the v*. I
bee, Okoechobc County. Florida ,II I him on this score Bethany'., eat Virgin College!* is* I I I I ramie and other fiber' crops Florida Georgo TV. need Defendant

BRYANT BOWDEN .. .. ... Editor to be seen how the an oU white fivrr.i should prove very Inviting to ORDER TO AITEARTIIR
-I house, the home of mills will be
cities feel the Industry end new STATE OP FLORIDA
Elite-red n* gerund MUM matter July up our Alex.uJcr Campbell To GEORGEV.. REED, Address UN-
1. lot nt the Pout Office In Okero"o.bep. If, as the century Son established in this area.
a ago. known.
of Mar. 8, 1STI
Fla., under Act
they are wIMing to of i Presbyterian, ; V It Is hereby ordered that yon are
SUBSCRIPTION-R TE-1 I he founded the Disciple rerjnlroil to appear on the Sib day of
One Year In advance . .. .$2 00 degree of nt Christ '? Wl1sb,1r44 Under the expanded program of February court, 1045, to, the before bill the of above entitled
certain of complaint
Six Months In advance ..... 1.00 amount IYN ap w [ the CAA a total of 1708 airports filed against TOII In the above on.
Three Months in advance .... .75 enceIn return for would be suitable for commercial tilled, cause and the Okeechobee News
efficient Is hereby ileslBunted as the newspaper -
AAwrtlolnir Mil Ie pnvnM on th* I truck and feeder lines increasing the | In which this order shall he
month. Parties, tinknywn to garbage collection JMilillnhed mien n wick for four (4)
of ouch
lot potential air transport of the nation .
I genitive weeksWIT.MJsa.
In advance. con
pulillshers required .to, _pay ) )protection, and the seven times according to an the Honorable A. O.
Hearting- ,;tire. In torn eo1nmn. 10)) up to them to runner: ns Judge of this Court and
rents n tine. Untos for 11111"1' ajrer1t1 I ; IY article In the current Issue of Aviation the Seal of this Court In the City of
.ln, fnrnlnhed on npt i1eatlnn. Clnsv i known and I am H. Trotter, chief I.'azl News McGraw Hill publication. Okeeeholice. Okoechoben County, FlorIn -
tried advertising. !5 cents earn word ernor will lend an 1 T ,) labor recruiter H clEl'imhasj'St ( this 2Sth dny of December 10<<.
per Insertion. All Item regarding! n- ad"Tr.! (Circuit Court Seal)
tpprl.p. eondiK-tod nt advertising for profit rates areehorlleRIIp their demands. 1. as church In Us protest) V HOY R. RACLERSON,
and counties has Clerk Circuit Court: ,
--- again labor up.tti"3 >
The nation' oldest naval
prep Okeerhobee Florida
'. County
sive, perhaps It I the Attach b -7 > ; school the Admiral Farragut Naval By Sophronla Pease, D. c.
Too Late to Classify eel .trl i-n r'hlch has
citizens T. W. Onely, Jr.
to and
By Russell Kay "lithVar D n 3 nothing "common with Academy with northern headquarters Solicitor for Plaintiff
and annoyed tc.Cion.: at Tom's River, N J., has taken I Dee 29.4t

The Caldwell administration, got breakdown of over the Jungle Hotel and Country

I services Club on Boca Ciega Bay, St. Petersburg '
Press and pub -
off to a good start. i I --
lie alike applauded the Governor's I V and will open a winter 10 J.,sieve .
address sound, .ensl- Gems for school there January 12. This Is Xtaerg .
inaugural as | Why Farmers Should) ) I \
bee and thoroughly in keeping with j t .. the second military school to be established b

the campaign which won him the "TilE and Hold War Bondst t there as the Florida Mil. .
office I am the way, Buy a -R{ itary Academy In nearby Pasadena
I I life I ; no man section has been In operation for i
The Governor's pledge an eco '
Charles II. Merchant
administration er, but by me.- by ; .... < some time. The coming of the na- WtETS.sAws.NOSE oaOW
nomical and niggardly
yet a
Head Dc ,t. of Agricultural Economics .
An of i \al should
era develop some
favor and ,
won public I
of :MaineWE '
life of Jesus, and University I _...1' lively sports rivalry between the
because of the record and character ... "
I fluence for good two military training Institutions.
of the man who made It was accept

ed as sincere and dependable. I version and V BUY WAR 1 BONDS I I IN.
accrued almost ARE winning this global proud to share In this privilege.: Advertise in The
Florida both and News
papers dally but final victory may bea In fact, we should sacrifice to buyas
weekly found the Governor's address The only sound long way oft. We all hope the many War Bonds as possible.
to their liking. Legislators, dation for true end is near, but we must plan fora The Bonds farmers buy will helpto -
long war, one which may last shorten the war and at the
therhood Is
likewise, expressed themselves as in love two or more years. Certainly, it is same time form the soundest investment .
accord. teachings of disheartening to think that muchof ever known. These Bonds
The only sour note came from theFt rect us In love our fighting on both the European will give the greatest return to
and Asiatic fronts is aheadof farmers and others if they are
Myers News-Press, long a dough. Gcerlings. us, accompanied by long casualty held until maturity. Also by hold
ty champion of the municipalities "Learn of me" ] lists. Unpleasant as this out. ing them you will help materiallyin N. WEBSTER

in their fight for state aid, which pher, "and ye look appears it is much better preventing Inflation now and
than being enslaved by the mur- after the war.
heated up the cold water the Governor ness. "Learn of derous and plundering dictator of Let us pause just a moment and
threw on the question of state "and ye shall Germany and Japan. analyse the situation. In general

aid for cities and hurled It back at mond. Hitler was right when he stated farmers have surplus funds with
that this would be a total war. which they would like to buy machinery Heating and Cooling
him in a fiery bla.t.The Past, present All of us must share its responsibilities equipment and many
Governor said: "In our con phy or religion, and endure its many sacri other things for the farm and the
sideration of proposals for increased the instructions fices. Unfortunately, all of us can home. But all of these things are
not share them equally. It is the not available In the quantity de
state aid to local units of government the great Galilean farmer's job and his part in this sired. Therefore, farmers limply
we must not lose sight of be Chrlstlike.- war to produce farm products as must go without them at least until REFRIGERATION
the fact that control always follows The only way never before, under the most try. they become available. It is
Ing and difficult conditions. just common sense that all of the
the dollar. History has shown that are God's children In some countries food pro- things .which the farmers would HEATING AND AIR CONDITIONINGSales

the smaller unit of government in lead us to our duced by farmers Is taken like to buy, and many of them art
seeking and accepting aid from a Brooks. away from them but here In desperately needed will not be
America farmer in general available the day after the war Is
and Service
larger Inevitably surrenders a pro V receive feod prices for their over or even within a year. Dur
portionate part of its freedom and Aviation News farm products. Some of the ing this time and probably longerI
received shouldgo feel there Is going to be a strong
Independence. Thus see controlover meney
we for 175,000 ] Into the purchase of War demand and good prices for farm RIDGEWOOD DRIVE and EUCALYTUS
state affairs moving up to use annually after Bond for the financing of this products. Hence most farmers
Washington as the federal govern. create a $ war. All must buy War Bonds will want to hold their War Bonds
, ment Increases its contribution to I plane SOLDIER"I for our boy at the front must In sizing up the entire\ situationIt Sebring Fla. Phone 199
be the best trained and look like good sound businessfor ? _
the states and control over county I equipped fighter In the world: I farmers to Buy all the: War
and school affairs moving to Tallahassee I It Is much better to sacrifice Bonds possible ajd plan to hold
as the state increases its I 1 material and equipment than them until maturity unless the
the life of your boy or that ofI cash is desperately needed. Thus,
financial aid to its political sub
" Gilbert I your neIghbor's son on the bat- farmers are helping their country r .
divisions. Let those who advocate tlefield. in financing the war and In pre.

o state aid to municipalities carefully I The purchase of War Bonds is a venting inflation by helping them
read the record." I privilege and each of us should be selves. .- -- -
U. S.Treasury Dipartmtut
Reviewing the present plight of I SUNDAY &

the municipalities the News-Press I --_ --. STATEMENT OF

takes issue with the Governor and I ,

refuses to view with alarm the possible DOROTHY VICTORY CLOSE-UPS

infringement on home rule FRED CONDITIONOKEECHOBEE I

that might follow state aid to communities BETTY

homestead _. .
Impoverished by
exemption revenue loss. COUNTY

Admitting that a measure of control .* J
has followed state aid to schools I "And The BANK

and counties the News-Press pointsout .

that there have been few complaints I

from school and county taxpayers OKEECHOBEE, FLORIDA

and not many from local of. Hwy '' .:r: ; I

ficials. Such control as the state MARCH i Organized November 19, 1943

has exercised, it contends Is offset "Inside

by better and more efficient service, I December 30.1944RESOURCES

which in the end of the day It the LATE ( lY 1rs

thing the taxpayer Is most concerned -, ;
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about. I ; I

"Tallahassee," the News-Press

states, "can no longer be termed a FRIDAY & : 3"g s t tS. + Loans and Discounts ;_.:________________ 103369.29

'remote place'-the officials up thereare Banking House, Furniture and

not to us", and It
DOUBLE .\ Fixtures --. -- ---------- ___u____ 9,500.00
assumes that should state aid be
a lit. I Overdrafts __ None
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accorded local communities In the Johnny I h aMQ U. S.: -- ----- -t--------------- u I

solution of their trying problems I
there would be no occasion to fear -- II I Obligations -- $550,138.29Other i

unfair or unjust demands from such I Marketable .

officials as the Governor himself, "T : i Bonds -- _mh_ 24,000.00 '
or men of such calibre as Jim Lee, WAR CORRESPONDENT= CORTE '
/ : Cash and Due from I
Nathan Mayo, Colin English and MAKES SURE !EVERY DROP 'I
others who are held In as high esteem .r6W"ENVOU I Banks ___ ______u_,____ 225,330.23 799,468.52
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and as fully trusted. are any 0 ,,

local officials. NANCY Total -- ---_ .. .. m$912,337.81I"
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/' Anyone familiar with the plight of I 'I

Florida municipalities realizes their LIABILITIESCapital
dire need for relief. Loss of revenue
I, GENE I Stock _---..---1...._______..____.___$ 25,000.00
occasioned the of I'VE
; and Undivided i
the Homestead Exemption Amend. I Surplus Profits .... 15,874.59
ment has left no reserve for the replacement / Deposits _______...__m.---j.-' ..ooo_.......___ 871,463.22Total

of worn out equipment. "Gaucho Cc "

Municipal water plants, sewerage IT SEEMED AS THOU6H IAW THE IJ ROBOT CONTROLLED ----..----.-=:;...--_....._____$912,337.81 I
systems, fire-fighting and sanitary EVERV GUN THE BOMB HIT THE
equipment in of NEWS
are need replacement
Service to taxpayers has been WERMACI4T NAD Was AVANNAN.ANOTNER. R "..OFXZ'CERS, .. ,

steadily curtailed and there Is no relief TURNED ON THAT AREA," PORJEE&IFWALLVDU6INKHlMOTHEIOOOYr C. H. MiSrtjLTY, President I

In light.An..lyzlni ? N. RAY CARROLL, Vice Pjs. R. B. MESERVE, Vice-Pres.

the Governor's state. : OLD CONCRETE RUiN OF M. WI'Mi'Jen, Cashier
ment, it appears to me more of a "STORY OF / .. .-ir YUai.'if

warning rather than a desire to Ignore "WING AND *, BftETUM260TPlOUWSOFAPVANCIN6YANK 'I E c TOR s

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the needs of the cities. I am *
"HAIL THE R. B. Meserve J. M.Jloe,..Sr.: .. J. 0. Pearce Allen MarkhamE.
confident that the Governor is fully
HERO" iI M. Meserve H ljt! ulty N.
: : Ray Carroll
cognizant of the situation and I believe -. '. ..
he Is sympathetic! and genuinely "FOLLOW E BEEN IN A TI6HT SPOT LIKCttlRNO 1 ,,

anxious t+ find a practical solution "I LOVE A ..: t Plne 15
'_- ':' '1"" '"
and will lend his every aid
WEPICWES :) ::0,1".iW1,.
In that direction.The MUNITIONS. AND IT MAKE .
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Federal retailers report that heavy From Florida to Washington and NOTICE OF ANNrAI MEETING none
OF STOCKIIOLDKEH OF Okeerhobee County, Florida,
r--- --. federal excise taxes did not deter from Maine to California, the Volunteers OKEECIIOUEB COUNTY DANK December 15, 1M4.

holiday shoppers who spent their of America fed Christmas The annual meeting of the Stockholders NOTICE IS 11EKKHY UIVKN!: lint
of Okeechobee County Bank a to Section II of Chapter
'urse/nui THE WOOl WI money lavishly for furs, cosmeticsand dinner to 00,000 persons, transientsand banking corporaton under the laws Pursuant\ of Florida' Acts of 11117.
CMSfiHlIS SOl Thw of the State of Florida, will be held known as the MI'KI'IIY ACT and In
ARhRSCwt( Jewelry, diamonds, emeralds, homeless cared for by this great on Frldnv, the 12tb day of January, )pursuance of Chapter 2DOJM, Laws ofFlorida.

GUYING HAK: lowsIKXY WITH rubles, and pearls were popular and humanitarian organization headed byGeneral i A. 1). 1043 at three o'clock In the afternoon :, Acts: of 1(141.DIIAINAC1H( known as DIS.rillCT thenHllr.A"S .

IIF" lel/IID Ol wOOI' many purchasers called for mountIngs Maud Balllngton Booth. at the place of bntdncs of I I ACT the following dciprll",
\ I snld corporation In the City of Okee .
hind In Kverglades Drainage
rrG In Palladium, the rare lustrous 1 chobee, Florida nt which time, or atthe !; IHstrlrt. In Okeechohee Conn I v. Florida
time to which sold meeting maybe I will\ he offered for sale at pnhllei
twin sister of platinum. adjourned, a Board of Director for i ,,urcrl for the highest and .heat cask
-, the ensuing year will be elected and i hid snlijeet to the. right of the Tru.
V for the transaeton of such other business tree of the Internal Improvement Fond
Local and PersonalMiss I that may properly come before and lot the Board of Commissioners ofI
By means of Sclevlnlon, the buyers sold meeting.Dated I I Kt; ,clinics! Drnlnaire District to reject
1 of the entire world be enabled II at Okeochobee, Florida, this I""iin.nnd. all Mils, at the Courthouse,
may the inth liny of December A. D. 1044. 1 I 6"irliinltiir nt in'on o'clock. A. >f. on the
to bid on goods of any kind I (Corporate Real) 1Mb day of January, 10-13: As to all
OKEECnOBKE: COUNTY" BANK, )panda nf land of 1"11 acres or ni "if,
and character no matter where 10.1 trcna Williams underwent a By M. T. Wbl lll'D. title to ono.half of petroleum and.
cated. By the pressure of a button Cashier three fourths' of other minerals ...1'1
t serious operation at the Weems Dee 20 2tN01ICK I lie reserved hv Trustees of. the InHr.,
A London may bid against Sidney, mil Iniiiroxcmcnt .Fund nasements for
I Hospital In Sebring Monday morning r,,,ud right of nav 2IH feet wide will
Australia, or Chunking, when Sele- I he reserved .liv snld Trustees front
> She is reported to Improving
vision machines link the globe world SFM LAM> any parcel through which there Is tm
; I 0.- '" rapidly. existing state road : and easement for
I. auctions will be possible. The first NoTirn I* nnnnnv OIVKX that. dralnaire and rechiinntlon and for
4 p .\ .... I =\ 1 pursuant to Section IS (11)I f'trnpter2oni rand will he reserved and
f 5 '"\ "': working demonstration was made tocitrus I I : \ Laws of Florida. Acts nf 1011.a fifty percent ((501): of all oil. gas anti
I ':. Fire Insurance force In this nil II ...II"II11.! Chapter" 11717 mlnernl rights will) ,he reserved t" 'she
", 0.t. I growers In Winter Haven of Florida .Arta lot 1\! 1. in amended Hoard \.mmlo.loll.r.. of EveritlndisDrnlnflfro
-'xj .JI last week when nine major U. S. country now stands at a new peak I II ,hv Section 11. Chapter 20n:%' Laws of I District
-: "' ,r; j{ r':1 I'I of 00 billion dollars, It Is pointed 1"lor'lllI.rl.' of nil.! and also pursuant Lot 12 and 13, Blk. E, Southern
i ;' I .<<' )CJJ ," cities bid against each other for to Section 42. Chapter 20722 Tines S/D.
this week in tho Index quarter. Laws of Florida Acts of IfMI. nnnlendetl s Siof.
//i cu\\ offeringe of Florida fruit. out Lot 2 and All Tot 3, Blk.fl .
bv Section 10 Chapter 2207! ,
I;'r .(f7 (I. "=' \1 I ly publication of the New York Lowe of Florida.' Acts of 1IM3: anilSection 1 1f Royal Oak, Addition.Beg .
/ 7 chs 13 of N\V Cor of NW 4
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; 41. 20722. Laws ol
( ( tr (0. \. Cr II J (( ( I Trust Company.Mr. .Florida Acts of 1941 as amended. b v SWV4 run 080
I CliUV . .. I Section 21, Chapter 22070 Laws olKlorldn f N B07 ft W 300 ft, S 7 chs W
II II 1935 1915 II Acts of 1013.( the fol'owltud 330! ft., Sec 11, Twp. M, Bee,
I Conrad left ., ., 35.: 4% acres.
I I and Mrs. L. L | lands In Okeechohee County
Florida to-wlt: Lots 1 to 13 Inc., Blk. 40, City of
this week for Klssimmea where Mr. Iota 1 to 4 Inc., Blk. 22, Riverside Okeechohee.Lots .
20 ears aqo Park S/D. 1 to 13, re., Blk. 47 City of
Listen Marshall Conrad has accepted a position.
to Morgenthan- ; will be offered for snip nt public oat Okcecbohce.
err for the highest and heat cnsh hid. BOtUli OK COMMISSIONEDDIIAIX.:
mihjppt to the right of the Bonnl of up F.\'F.HOr.IPI-:8: .
Tell Power of I "However violent the propaganda LOST-Two white and liver colored 1 C'oinKilsstnners of Kvcrglndcs firnln- AGE DISTRICT

Payroll Savings which, may arise, the policy of my 1 pointers, both females Old dogis age I>lstrlit, uml/nr of Okecohohce Iloiird of County("yilntvrmnmlsslniicrH TKI N\L:STEHS IMIMtOVniEXT OF Tile ISTRIt-FIND

Government will crippled in hips. Young dog is IMorlda. to reject nuv and nil bids.at OP THE STATE OF FLOlt-
Washington, D. C.-How important is the average works be consistentlyfor the Courthouse, beuliinlng at 10'(10i IDA.
er's war bond purchases out of his payday in about ten months old. Will pay liberal i I o'clock A. M. on the 13tb day of January
pay every permanent 1 1049./ Easement for drainage BV ROY n. R.t'i.ERSON, Agent
the grand strategy of the Allied High Command? Does the peace and last reward for their return. I and rechnnntlon anil roiul purposes) for Trustees of the Internal' 1m.JI'IIVNII..1I1 .

extent of his or her War Bond allotment ing friendship m Neal Hough. i will be reserved and fifty percenti of Fund and for Board
of EvergladesDrainage
i : ) of nil oil gas and mineral
.p. have a part In determining when, where with no Idea, no rl"hta111 also be reserved District OkeechokeaCmintv.
and the strength of our military blows? I Florida.
dream of
and his two sons Dec
Zollie Gillett -33,22,20ELECTRICAL
r novitn op roMMi siosTTisOK
Any worker listening in on a recept "
ti.y with America '
simultaneous KVKKr.L.UJES: : DRAINAGE -
Gilbert who had
Cabel and ,
conversation between General George C. said Lt. Gen. D1ST1UCTand -- -

c Marshall, President Roosevelt's Chief of furloughs from the navy,
Islet Ugakl, Japanese Minister of no\iti OF COUNTY COMMISSHINEK4
j Staff, and Secretary of the Treasury Henry War, In a New Year's Day Interview. were the guests of Mr, and Mrs. Sam I OF OKKHCllU-

Morgenthau, Jr., learned the answers I Davis Wednesday.The BEE (COUNTY FLOKinAKt .
R on
; to these questions. ROY R. IOAC1.EH1ON. WORK
I Charles Clerk of
Evans Hughes resignedas I the Circuit Court of
Said General Marshall: Okecchobee Florida,
Secretary of State, effective! I many fiends of Mr. and Mrs. ns ngent for said' Bnnrils.
"Mr.: Secretary I want to answer

George Marshall a question for me ,and to answer you it with I March Frank 4. President B. Kellogg Coolldge, Ambassador appointed to- Harry Lamb are delighted) to have Ill SOl'HItOMA Deputy PEASE Clerk Pe P. EVANSHOUSE

complete frankness. Can we military Great Britain them back in Okeechobee for an indefinite Dcc-13,22,29
leaders plan to fight this war in an orderly way-in the surest *, as* *successor. stay. WIRING

and most effective manner-or must we take extraordinary I S. Glenn Young, an unomclal Share the advantages of airmail
\, risks for fear the money will not hold
out?" liquor raider, Deputy Sheriff Ora Miss Edith Frish, of Chicago, Is with others-us* V-33a11.

Replied Secretary Morgenthau: Thomas and two of Young's aides the guest of her slater-ln-law, Mrs.
: were killed In
a battle in
stake gun the
: "General, the American public will = II. M. Frlsh. -
lobby of a hotel In Herrln
I care of that. What they have donein "Bloody" I ,
111, as the climax of a bitter feud
the Second War Loan drive-the

have they have shown-is produced proof and enough the for spirit me money they that resulting from* bootleg* ik- arrests. Mary of Mr.Helen and Williams Mrs Z., K.little Williams daughter 7! WE ARE NOW TAKING ORDERS

they will not let our fighters suffan from. Valuable data which will bear on Is In the hospital at West Palm
1 scientific! theories
lack of support until we achieve complete were gathered by Beach with a severe attack of bronchitis FOR 4-A .
scientists who assembled la New'
victory, no matter how long" that may be HenryMoreenthau York and Connecticut to observe a but at last reports was improving .... .
how much It cost. I
nor may Jr. total eclipse of the sun, also viewed ,
Up your War Bond allotment 00' of- I
by millions of people In northeast-
your wages today. Figure it out for yourself how much I
above 10 per cent it should be. era United States. It was declared FOR SALE-One Ford V-8, cheap.

U. 5. Titsiury D.partm.ntHIS I to be the most successfully surveyed See Mrs. Katie Smith, East Okee Baby Chicks
I eclipse In the history of
astronomy chobee. Itpdi I

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f .1., I I OKEKCIIOHF.E Report of Condition COfNTV of II\XK' \ Also taking orders for Turkey Poults

of Okcechnlice In the State of I InrMn at the clone of business onllweml.er

:HI. 1014
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Loins olid illKciumi! ilm'liulliiir Non ovinlrafls. ) _..??....$103.30029
rnlled, Stilton' (I..\rniiiirni' olillgiitliiiiN.' illri-ct anti |[iiiiriiiiti>e I fat of Stale uuil tmlllleul siiliillUglons .-...-._......__.... IMulKI.W: POULTRY EQUIPMENT
Other bomls. noti'i, anil tlflieiittiri'S .................................. None
I'nrpiirste storks _..... ....._............ ._...._............... None I
Cash ImliiM", wlili other. luniks. lii 'lnilliif| reserve I liulnueei anil
cnsb ll.'iiiM In process nt cnlliflliM.........__..._......_....... 22:1.2:1023: : I Purina Range Cattle Pellets 20% Protein
S task pmnlsra ow m'd" '..1.KKi.M: ( furniture anti fixtures .2IJO.01I .... 11,50000 ,
(Bunk |>n>ml.i'. owned are subject to uu liens out assumed
i by bnuk $62.00 per ton while they lastWILSON'S

I UPS psliitB owned other then hunk premises ......_.. ..._. .. None
Investments and other besets linllreclly runrrsvutluv lunik premises
or other rent saute .-. \nna
Cnmnniern'. llulillltjr to this bunk on iuei>i>tunei<. oiitstuiimnif ...... >nne
Other onsets ....._.................._............._._........_..... 100.00 FARMER SUPPLY CO.

ava TOTAL .tSRETS ...._..................._......_..012.331.81I

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h'I".11O "' liKlhlilimlH. imrtiicrslilps. nlll corporations) _.Msl.WHSl -
Tlmo 1i'iiislu| ) of Imlhliliiuli, luiiluurslilin' unit corporations\ .__... 4U.OU71i
Deposits 0' I I'nlti'il I Stilton government llni'lnillnir, postal savings)._ 10 "'1.2\: -
Deposits of. Suites nnil iolltleul miliillUsluiiS ..__ ......._.............- 251.9(1534: : --- -
Deposits of hunks ... lo.onood
Other ilepimltH iiertltletl, bud nlllcers', tliei'ks. etc. -....--- S.473.H:
TOTAL DEPOSITS "*71.4l1a.2(
i Now Year Around
'V 4 Kills pnyiilile. n.ill.<'"iint innl oilier HiiMlltlcB for borrowed money None Open
MnrtKHices or other Ill-tin oil hunk premises and on other real estate None
Acccptnnccs vxeeuteil l li>' or for iiocimiit of this hunk ft nil oulstoiidlna: None
Other liabilities ................__..._.. None
KU'AL 1.1.01111,1'1'IEs: 'innl liirliiilliig. miliorilliinteil, -
I' ohllll'lIll."o shown Mow) ...... .... .__.....5.s71,4'3.22

I I OPITU.Capital .tOI'NTS Riveria HotelGEM

.$ ::::1.1100.00(

surplus ................ ................................. ..............._._.... K.ooo,01( OF
... !i _'" ruillvlileil profits _. ..............__........_............_.. .... 7K745I: \ FLORIDA'S EAST COAST
Heierveg (and retirement aeeoiint for preferred ciipltul ..-...... Nona
Army SlsnaCorps Phalt I

An Army doctor with the Fifth Army In Italy looks at the dog tags of & I| TOTAL CAPITAL .\CCO!'.>'CS .........................._............._.......-40&745': 'I
dead American soldier so that his beloved back home may know that he

gave his life for his country. All your country is asking you to do is to give | TOTAL LIABILITIES AM CAPITAL ACCOUNTS ....,.........*D12,337.1''
Jour dollars to back up the men who are fighting for you by buying Wai NEW CABANA CLUB
Bonds. U. S. '...." LHfarlmtnt This bank's mpllnl rinmlHts of eoinuion stork with total par value of $3.CXK:; U.]
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founts (nnil securities\ tunned (hook Vfllut) :
(a) I.. X. Ciovfrniiirnt olillgntlnna direct and Kuarnnteeil I
AMEBKANA pli-dlied to si-cure dcpnMIs and other llnlillllles ..$.10,138.211h : I SWIMMING POOL and TENNIS COURT
( ) Other IIBSCIS pledged to Heenre ilepoHlls and[ other lliilillltles.
(Including' notes bud hills ri'illncollnteil and seeurltlessulil

niiiler repiinliiiBe agreement .. .... ..... ................ None
(c) Assets .pledged to qualify| for. Mercian of fiduciary or
corporate pifwerR nnil for purposes, ofjier. thnn (to Music Entertainment
secure llnlillllles .... .. .......... .. ... -............. ........ None -
(01)I Securities loiiued __..................................... None

1 '? PREfIDENi WILON (e) TOT.I. ..__........._........_f:550,138.21Secured : 1 1I Recreation

( THE 4 l/BEar// LOAM I I nnil preferred liabilities:
I DBJYE IN WORLD (a) Deposits secured liy pleilifeil assets pursuant to requirements .
) WiV2I.L. of Inw .... ... ................ ........................... Noneb
t d / All FOUR UMQTV IRAN ( ) Borrowings secured hy pledged assets (Including rediscounts TRANSPORTATION SERVICE

DEWS,ALSO M VlCTo&ySU8SCBJ&ED. and repurchase agreements) ............................ None
; LOtW DRIVE, WERE DYER- le( ) Other llnlillltles secured hy pledged. assets ...................... Noned FOR GUESTS
( ) Deposits ireferreil lustier, provisions of law but not securedby .
/ ., SALES pledge. nf assets ........ .... ............................ None .I

I ICOL. (c) TOTAL ......._..................... None

Sill"tlnnted oliUgntlnns' TRIPS TO THE WORLD'S FAMOUS BEACH

qy4 la) Unpaid dividend on preferred Mock bud iinpnld Intereston
'I41ri:1y4b4. oapltnl notes mid debentures. accrued to end nf Inst
1 illvldeiKl or Interest period, not Included In .llntillltles I
or reserves above:: .. _... .. .... ... .... .......... .... None BOAT AND MOTOR FOR FISHING
I (Ib) Other obligations not Included In liabilities which are
subordinated, to cliilms of depositors and other creditors None AND PLEASURE .
I 1111) On dote of report the required legal reserve sgnlnst
deposits of this bank was .. .,._....... ._.................. $174.2026 1
I "iiii" Assets reported above which were ellfilbli as legal reserve
| union n ted 10.. .. nu ........_. -............ 223.230.2/ 3 WrIte for Descriptive Literature
I. M. T, Whlditen. Cashier of the shove named hank da solemnly ewes r
hint he above statement Is true and hat It fully and rorrertlT representthe
ONAniAi WIUIIAMS TO PBCMOTI PUBLIc HEALTH AND (tOQALS true state of the several matters herein contained and set forth to th e


U.J.MILITARY ACADEMY AT WESTftuwT / IN IW IKEMPTEO BDrwEJU raortTAXtfKWfCft Cnrrm-r-Attest : F.. Nf. MESERVB.W. Riveria Hotel
J. M. ROE:, Sr Directors
JULY\ p, uoi. TIN ARTS waswATONDAHtt
W BIS CART WAS MALT UQUtftoWL1( BKOMMENOTHEfUD oENflbu11SE Stall nf Florida fnnntr of Okiwohohf. ss: Box 747 DAYTONA BEACH, FLORIDA
RiUrtHINDCO W 6EMNEMRk)0 AS AN ISADQTANT ?1W4 cF P2ESERYI0! 711E i iIIEAWIOilCR1i8N5OfiHISafMOMWEALTNe Sworn I.. and subscribed before me this Oth ilny nf Jsauury, 104S 11101hpr..hv I
I I crrllfy that I am not an officer or director of this hunk.
tgST */u'ir/of WAIL.e (Nolarv Heati Z. K. WILLIAMS Notary Publl Ir!
My rouiiuianlou expires Seiiteuibur Is, 1143;, s_-



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