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 18, 1946
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).
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Volume 31-Number 30 Okeechobee, Florida, Friday, January 18, 1946 Price Five Cents
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I MOST SUCCESSFUL JANUARY RACING SEASON BRINGS OKEE CHOBEE COUNTY $18,000.00 :. At of the the meeting Okeechobee-of the County stockholders Bank,

held at their office here last Friday

let An up all early'thil.time record. week for when Florida shacks was ,I Meserve and Holcomb Opened New Ford Business Here On Monday Morning directors afternoon,were a1qf reelected the officer to serve and for

for 118,000 were nailed out to all .. another year. The bank report

counties by State Comptroller J. M. Mill Marjorie Coker- Mark and Brand Service Men On Way I The newest enterprise in Okee showed a large increase In business
Lee. The money came out of the> I. chobee opened its doors In a formal during 1945 over the previous year
Gordon Leggett Inspectors for County Back to OkeechobeeFrom
tate racing fund. Last year the manner on Monday morning In
checks for January amounted to Married TuesdaySurely Gainesville. (Special) Fifty Many LandsE. their new stone and steel structureon Officers and directors reelected to
serve the bank during the year 1948
$4,000. no prettier wedding has two Inspectors have been named to M. Robinson arrived In Okee Parrott Avenue opposite the '
were C. H. McNulty, president N,
While Comptroller Lee hesitated, ever been teen In Okeechobee than carry out provisions of the new chobee last week from an Army post office
Ray Carroll, vice president! S. H,
to predict what the following months that which united Miss Marjorie state-wide marks and brands registration Clomp in Texas and will remain here
This Is the first time that a Ford McDougald, vice president and cashier -
of 1946 would produce, he laid It Coker and Gordon Leggett Tuesday and Inspection law in 29 until January 28. I
and R. G.
dealer has been established In the ; Dynes, assistant
I was reasonable to expect some tort evening, January fifteenth. Every counties of the six itate enforce'
county for the past fourteen years cashier. The Board of Directors who
of record would be established. The detail was perfection, yet the whole ment districts, according to Chief J. D. Wilson arrived In Okeecho- will
The owners, Claude Holcomb and E. serve with the abeve named
law which regulates the distribution ceremony, from the church decoration Inspection Supervisor John M. Scott. bee Monday afternoon after having
M. Meserve, state a large demandfor officers are W. Allen Markham, E,
of itate racing funds guarantees to the quiet, almost conversational been discharged from the United
All appointments have not yet service andfor new cars lIon M. Meserve, J. 0. Pearce and J. M,
that each county, regardless Of rites used by the Rev. C. H. States Army.
been made, but Scott is making every hand, and that as soon as new care Roe.
tax rolls or population, shall receivenot Eiland, was marked by a lovely sim
effort to select personnel that can be delivered In quantity they
less than $33,000 any calendar plicity. Two of the Greenberger sons are The six banks in the McNulty
I will enjoy the confidence of cattle anticipate considerable activity In
on their way home. Sgt. Teddy group of Florida banks gained more
year. white carnations
White gladiola ,
men in the area they serve, and Is this department.The .
1 after 16 months In the than six million
1 of the flowers Greenberger dollars In deposits
1945 account the
During on and narcissus were requesting nominations from the
nationwide racing ban, It was necessary -) chosen for the church, the bride's, various cattlemen's associations. PacIfic area, is being discharged new building, with a frontage during the year 1945. The banks;

to draw from the general rev- bouquet, and corsages of attendants. from' his calvary unit, and expectsto of 70 feet on Parrott Avenue located at Melbourne, New Smyrna

enue fund to make up the difference Tall flower candelabra holding Ivory For the purpose of administeringthe arrive this week on his terminal and 140 feet on Eighth Street, is a Beach, Sanford, Ktssfmmee, Okee

between what the race tracks pro. tapers lighted the church for the law, which was supported by the leave. Harry Paul Greengerger, having valuable addition to the business chobee and Pu'ita Cords, reported a
Florida State Cattlemen's association finished his boot training, will aect'on. total of $16,887,987 on deposit at
t duced In the way of tax and the ceremony, In a semi-circle made by
.: $33,000 guaranteed by law. In 1944 baskets of the white flowers as a in the last legislature, the state be back on furlough soon. the close of 1945, while a year ago

the total amount distributed was setting for the bridal party. has been divided Into inspection districts Miss Marjorie Coker their total deposits stood at $10-
and range from Dixie and Cpl. Milton K. McLaughlin, Fort 154,612.
$49,500 for each Honor
county. Guest
Mrs. Carl Durrance, matron of at e
Taylor counties to Lee, Hendry and Drum! Fla., was among the 4,500
"With more than half the guar. honor, and the bridesmaids, Miss Several ShowersMiss Four of the six banks reported
Collier. Navy, Army, Marine and Coast
.. anteed amount already distributed It Sarah Minehan and M'ss Nettle gains of more than a million dollars
Guard veterans who arrived In San Marjorie Coker honor
looks to me like the amount to be Pearl Rigsbee, wore identical frowns Inspectors appointed for Okeecho was each.
Francisco Dec. 15 on the aircraft
guest at several social
received by the counties will be far of pastel taffeta, coronets of pastel bee county are J. S. Underhill, J. lovely occasions -
carrier USS Lexington to be discharged before her The Bank of Melbourne
marriage to Gordon which
above the guarante'e", ComptrollerLee sweetpeas In their hair, and carried W Swain and R. M. Durrance, all of
from service. Leggett on Tuesday evening.For organized In 1934, with
saId. "Naturally!! the assistance old-fnshloned bouquets of gladiolas Okeechobee.
The carrier had aboard the largest shortly afterward of $251,000, gained
through the distribution of the racing > tied with mallne. The gowns were Thursday afterroon
passenger load ever to leave the January10th four times that
amount In
tax fund will be mere marked I quaintly staled, with basque bodices Mrs G O. Wallace Tokyo Bay area. Mrs. S. J. Davis, Mrs. J. deposits 1945, its
growing from
j in the smaller counties than In the and long, very full skirts Mrs.Our- Entertained Homer Bible and Mrs. Carl Dur $2,575,258.65on
at December 31, 1944 to .
centers of population"Churches In blue Miss Minehan In
ranee was Pearl Harbor, T. H.-S/Sgt. Wood- rance Issued over 100 Invitations
Bridge PartyOn 71 at the close of business Decem
yellow, and Miss Rigsbee In pink.
I row W. Walker of Okeechobee, Fla., for a miscellaneous shower at the ber 31, 1945.
of Christ, Lawton Raulerson, as ring bearer, Wednesday afternoon, MM. la one of 1200 high-point Army veterans Women's Club. Salmon pink and I The Bank of New Smyrna
in his miniature man's suit of Rae and Mrs. won
Boettger Bill Wallace
Scientist, To Study whom the Navy Is returningto white gladiolas and roses were used top position in the with
white, bore his satin pillow with honored the Gad-fly with a bridge In profusion for decoration, and in group an
L t Life Next Sunday I the States for discharge aboard increase of $1,470,093 in deposits,
an intense concentration and seriousness party, as a farewell which, so far, front of the mantelpiece, which was
the U.S.S. Takanis Bay, a carrier of representing
"/.1',," la the subject of the les a gain of 65 per centIn
which was most appealing. has failed to materialize.Mrs. banked with flowers, a large lace
the Nevy's famed "Magic Carpet"fleet customers
_.. son-sermon which will be read In Th "sweet flower girls, deposits. The Florida
*, two
jfttlt . H. II. first covered table bearing miniature
,Raulerson won ,This ship left Pearl Harbor, a State Bank at Sanford .
gained $1
Churches of Christ, Scientist, thru and Janrce' Eiland, -' ,
I Judy Durrance prize, a wooden salad fork and December :27, and le' scheduled to bride< and groom under a silver 329,048 or. &8 'per cent In'' .
out the world on Sunday, January In long net dresses, one pink and spoon, Mrs E. H. Hunt was awarded, arrIve In San Pedro about January wedding bell was used to display First National Bank of Klssim-

20th 1946. I one blue, carried each a large open very appropriately, Culbertson's lat 2nd. many of the beautiful gifts. A program I mee showed a growth of 50
The Golden Text 1st "He that rose made of maline, filled with est book of bridge information as a The USS. Takanis Is an escort of piano numbers, songs and or $1,091,874. per

aoweth to his flesh shall of his petals which they scattered In the consolation prize, and Mom Wallace carrier of the type which providedair readings was given by Mrs. J, H. C. H. McNulty la president

flesh reap corruption; but he that irlde's path received a book as guest prize. cover and 'bomber support In the McCranie, Mrs. John Roe, Miss chairman of all of the banks, the or

aoweth to the Spirit shall of the I The bride was beautiful In her Delicious chicken salad, crackers, invasion of Japheldeland\ a of the Athlean Alderman and Mrs. G. 0. origtncl institution being the one at

Spirit reap life everlasting" (Gal simple gown of Ivory satin, with a salted nuts and coffee were served Pacific as units of fast Naval task Wallace. Little Miss Judy Durrance Melbourne, and the youngest being

6. 8))' \ face veil and long veil to the end to Mrs. Nathan Zelmenovltz, Mrs.H. forces. presented the gifts to Miss Coker, the recently acquired bank at Punta

Among the citation which comprise of her train fastened to her hair H. Rauleraon, Mrs. A. B. MacKin wheeling them In on a double- Gorda.

the lesson-sermon Is the following by a coronet of orange non, Mrs. Vernon Reeves, Mrs. John Pearl Harbor, T. H.-Pfc. Mitchell decked cart gay with streamers of

from the Bible; "Then spake Her bouquet, of the white blosaoma'i Roe, Mrs. Roy Raulerson, Mrs. Ellis Eady of Okeechobee, Fla., Is one of pink and white, and while Miss I CHAMBER OF COMMERCE

Jesus again unto htem, saying, I am was made In old-fashioned Meserve, Mrs. E. H. Hunt, Mrs. A. the 3,750 high-point Navy veterans Coker opened the array of lovely DIRECTORS MEET

the light of the world; he that fol.loweth wore a double itrand of pearls, the I W. Davis, Mrs M. C. Pitts, and the whom the Navy Is returning to the and useful articles, the hostesses

me shall not walk In dark. I gift of the groom, and entered with honor guest, properly known as Mrs. States for discharge aboard the U.S. served coffee, home made cake, and With aeven of the nine member

ness, but shall have the light of her father, W. D. Coker, who gave : Glancy 0. Wallace. S. Saratoga, a carrier of the Navy's salted peanuts In tiny pink baskets. I of the Board of Directors present

life. Verily, verily, I say unto you, her In marriage. 'famed "Magic Carpet" fleet. This Mrs Ellis Meeerve and Mrs Merle an Interesting meeting was held

If a man keep my saying, he ihall John B. Leggett was his brother's Mrs. Osie Raulerson ship left Pearl Harbor, December Bartlett entertained the members of Tuesday night at the Chamber of

never see death" (John 8:12, 51). best man, and the ushers were JackC. I 29, and Is scheduled to arrive In San the bridal party'at luncheon on Sat Commerce, office.

The lesson-sermon also Includes Coker and Milton H. Merry, Ha- Entertained for Francisco\ about January 4. urday, the 12th, at the Meserve I Secretary R. B. Meserve handedIn

the following passage' from the old J. Leggett, Jr., and James K. Her Guests The U.S.S. Saratoga, perhaps the home. Narrow white ribbons led a two page report covering the

Christian Science textbeek, "!cI.I'nce Selbrecl.t of West Palm Beach. i Mrs. Osie Rauleraon entertaineda most renowned ship In the "Magic from the place cards to a tiny favor activities for the period since the

and Health with Key to theScripture" Before and during the ceremony, few friends with mid-morning Carpet" fleet has a long and Illustrious for each of the guests concealed In I appointment of a paid secretary,

by Mary Baker Eddy Mrs Merle Bartlett played softly :, coffee and coca cola Friday, honor. battle record. Officially reported the centerpiece of gladiolas and j commencing last July. In this report

"This Is life eternal says Jesus on the Solovox, and Judge T. W Ing her house guests, Mrs. J. E sunk by the Jape seven times, gerbas In pastel shades, White' were' cited many of the out

it, not shall be: and then he defines Conely sang "The Sweetest Story Bass of Valdosta, Georgia, who livedIn the "Sara" took part In every major tapers lighted the table, and a menu standing items handled through the

everlasting life as a present knowledge Ever Told" and "All For You". The Okeechobee about ten years ago, sea engagement and blasted the of fruit cocktail, creamed chickenin Chamber of Commerce and against

of his Father and of himself, traditional wedding marches were and Mrs. Bass' sister, Mrs. H. H. Empire to its very doorstep. patties, green peas in potato which considerable attention had

the knowledge of Love, Truth, used. Wills of Sparks, Georgia. nests, chef salad, and date-nut loaf been given.

and Life" (p. 410i 4-7). The pastel colors, the candlelight, Those present were Mrs. Nathan Pearl Harbor, T. H.-Tec. 4 Wll- with whipped cream was served to By their nature the majority of

the soft music, the lovely bride In Zelmenovlti, Mrs. Roy Raulerson, liam P. Humphrey of Okeechobee, the honor guest, her mother Mrs. these items resolve themselves Intoa

AUDUBOV TOURS TO her misty veil, the unusual Intimate Mrs. Harry Lamb, Mrs. Olan Pearce, Florida, is one of 1,743 high-point W. D. Coker, Mrs. Carl Durrance, matter of contact and disposal

COMMENCE SOON wedding ceremony used by the pas Mrs J. R. Minehan, Mrs. G. 0. Walt Army veterans whom the "Magic Miss Sarah Minehan, Miss 'Nettie either I by rejection or by being set

Word has been received this week tor of the church, combined In a Ince, Mrs. H. H. Rauleraon, Mrs Carpet" la bringing back to the Pearl Rigsbee, and Mrs. Osle Rau up for further consideration. It was

from the New York office of the memory of beauty which will not John Edwards and her house guest States aboard the U. S. S. President lerson. Miss Coker was given an pleasing to note that under the cap

National Audubon Society to the soon be forgotten. Miss Louise Enlow of Hodginville, Adams. autograph album in which each tion of Positive Contacts three concerns -

effect that arrangements have been At the reception following the Kentucky, Mrs. Ellis Meeerve, Mrs The U. S. S. President Adams- guest wrote her good wishes for the have given assurance of their

made for the February and March ceremony, at the Coker home, Mrs. T. W. Conely, Mrs. A. B. MacKinnon, one of more than 300 carriers, bat future. desire to locate a branch or a complete .

Wildlife Toure.Alexander Coker was assisted by Mrs. Osle and Mrs. Raulerson's next door tleships, cruisers, and attack trans A family dinner for the bride was' operational program here.

Sprunt, Jr. has Just Raulerson, who displayed the scores neighbor, Mrs. Jenks. ports in the Navy's famed "Magic given on Frday nght at the homeof I The conclusion of the report Indicated

concluded conducting the tours at of gifts, Mrs. J. Homer Bible, In Carpe" fleet-left Yokohoma, Japan Judge and Mrs. T. W. Conely, Jr. I a total of eighty membership

Bull's Island, South Carolina, and charge of the Bride's Book, Mrs S. points of Interest In the state for December 21, and is scheduled On Monday nght, January 14th, now on the books, and a statement

has made arrangements for a house J. Davie, Mrs. L. L. Raulerson, Mrs. their honeymoon, and will be at to arrive In Seattle about January4th. Mrs. Osie Rauleraon entertained the asking these members to bring In

here and Is expected to arrive In a C. H. Eiland and the bride's grand. home at 416 Upland Road In West bridal party, relatives and Intimate any Ideas or suggestions which they

few days to take hcarge of the mother Mrs W. E. Rauleraon. Mrs. Palm Beach, after February 15th friends, following the rehearsal for may have apropos to the work.

Okeechobee-Bisslmmee region tours I! Coker wore a black crepe gown with The bride wore a wool suit of Delft Passengers will go directly to the the wedding. A yellow color scheme Nathan Zelmenovlti was electedto

Mr. Sprunt was formerly here with i I a short fitted jacket of aqua crepe blue, black accessories, a white Separation Centers nearest their was carried out with gadiolas, cro- fill the vacancy on the Board,

the Audubon Society and his return I ornamented with silver sequins, and chiffon blouse, and a corsage of her homes to complete the formalitiesof tolarla and yellow tapers, and a the other members being H. H. Rau

will be welcomed by many of Us Mrs. H J. Leggett, the groom's wedding flowers, when the young obtaining their discharges before buffet supper of chicken salad, potatoes lerson, C. E. Drawdy, Carl Durrance,

one time acquaintances. I mother, was In dusty pink brocaded couple left, followed by the loving returning to civilian life. au grautln, relishes:, hot biscuits Z. K. Williams, C. )(. Williams, Alto

chiffon.Mr. best wlahes of the town where the coffee and cake was served Watford, E. M. Meserve and W. Allen

Advertise in The News I and Mrs. Leggett are touring bride has grown up. Subscribe to The News to about thirty guests. Markham. .

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regular officers-' --serving within the The real test In golf! and in lift it t .

LIVESTOCK HEALTH ODDITIES --I II United States). However if they not in keeping out of the rqugh,
have any civilian Income it li treat but In getting out after we are _
II : n"1 TCEENrFBlocks
II I ed the eama"' as the Income of any Into
lie who hall pub.1I -
it HORSES AND HUMANS J| I other taxpayer.. affaire t'e principles! of'primitive

Chrlitlanlty! will change the.

/ EN 171 JCKEN, I Sunday Aterr.oon ---- I

/iT I The Lake Okeechobee Commercial Christianity reveals Gild at ever |!

1 sheries Association met In. the I' present Truth and Love to be utll ',,
/ T / : N court house here last Sunday afternoon : I zed In healnff the sick In costing I We are now manufacturing Cement Blocksat

out error, in raising the dead I and furnish the
I I --I I our plant in Okeechobee can
.v This newly formed organization Mary Baker Eddy amount they
of this with
eI I II people county any
with members from every section :I
Jesire. -
I completely around the Lake, are e

a quite enthusiastic aa to their possible i! F. L. PORTER, D.S.C.j I Our Blocks are manufactured to meet Federal

accomplishments In keeping the I
I Ii and State specifications.
: long standing commercial fishingenterprise FOOT
I -Z I open.

I this About meeting thirty.five were present at !| Put lour Feet In My Hands I McMULLEN & ROYSTER

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income tux returns. Lots 7 to 12 IIIP? Blk 01 City ofOkPPphohpp Congratulations .
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lot 1 to 4 I Inp.. Ttlk. 31: South Okw
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what form should I UAC? 4 and 1. Rlk r Wrlsht, Company new
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change an estimate I filed last I 5. Does the new tax law passed I the .'o.nthn.leo to ri 1prt nnv'.eeln.la and all use 1"MdAt .nn.. of our community.Okeechobee '

spring Congress a few weeks ago" chance ni-lnrk .t. M "" the lath afar of Feb

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word "Amended" at the top of the only to Income received In 1946. I ACT and P11TIUCTpnMtn I
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for estimating tax.. Form 1040 Is in the mrved! forcer (except I Ry oPlrno-T.\Petty l'EAvU Clerk. OFFICERS

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I NOTIEOkeethohe.
I r."nt. Florlds. RAY CARROLL Vice.Pres. R. G. DYNES Asst. Cashier
.Tolll1n' 1Q. 1940NnTi'E I If
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within cull corporate. limits as of --
thin lute the reaerv alien applies bnt = a .
i I prlvlp| to explore mine and devel --

7 Big Acts ape the will lands irfnce be only rondiPtel owner: with the Ensoments on eonnent and under for nf, __ To Property Owners af Okeechobee County: :

r Ifl 1 rlnlt of war: 200 feet wide v-Ill
10.. ""I''l''I bunld Trnnteea from L
pnrcel through which there Is an
featuring ny existing drainage stnte end tonal reclnmntlon: and easement and tnt for E I will be at the following places for the purpose of assessing _

Ramblin' ScottAND Honrd road purposes of Commissioners will be reserved of Everglades bY the taxes, both real and personal, and the receiving of tax returns; r=

Tommy 1 Prnlnnire, PUtrlrt I II and application:: for homestead exemption. ;
1 !> lot 1. Blk. 100. City of
Luke McLuke I OF AOF, F\rnniAnES Dt'TRTrTTUl Ft. Drum

formerly with I NU TUB T'fPTlO"F.'IF.ST STATE OF FLORIDA Ft'NDOK I Precinct No. 1 -..__.___ January 21 at Swain's Store ti

By :MABFL P RAL'IER50v! Arent ,
foe Trustees of the Internal Inc.pronemeet '
Fund' and. for Boanl I Bassinger i

W. S. M. GRAND OLE OPRY of Drainage Commissioners District of OkecPbobeeC Everglades

"nnfT Florid.(1)lCCCIinbCC s Precinct No. 2 ...._...._.......m___._.... January 22 at Raulerson Store

with I

Clara Bell ( C\tS I =: Potters II 'II'

"The Girl from the Mountains"Mississippi Okeechobee Published Every News Co Friday, at Okeeche by u.el Precinct No. 3 _...__----.._______ __u___ January 23 at W. E. Arnolds i

bee, Okeechobee County Florida

Valley QuartetAND BRYANT BOWDEN ... ...., Editor 1- Utopia
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MANY OTHER STARS OF STAGE. Entered as eeond rlass matter July; i :.
1. 1914 at the Post Office In Okeeebo-I I m Precinct No. 5 ._....__.___........._u January 24 at Upthegroves Stores
SCREEN. RADIO AND RECORDING ARTISTSIN bee, Flu.,_under..Act-of Mar, t,. ia7!: .

One Year in advance .. ........*.00 ,' EaglebayPrecinct .
Six Months In advance ....... 100
Three Months In advance ..... .'75

U I No. 6 ....._.._n......_____.._- "'.._n"- January 25 at J. W. Scott
School Readingnotices In local columns .. ". .
High rents a line Rates for dtsplar sdnr.Clslnf 1
furnished on application Class- 1I r .
fled advertising 2 rents each weed. I OkeechobeePrecinct
per Insertion All Items regarding enterprtaea
conducted tor profit area .
"Ar..h'e. et .d.ertl.ln tea.
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Auditorium No. 7 .....__..---.___ - ----. _January 26 at City Hall
Advertising bills are payable on tile .. -
tat of each month Parties noknowa te ''E :VI
publishers required to par ID advance, '
ONE NIGHT ONLY I Okeechobee : i

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Precinct No. 4 ........ Jan. 2 to April 1 at my office in Court House =

) _County Tax Assessor

7:30 P. M. P. P. EVANSHOUSE 11=

Admission 50c and 75c, Tax Included 1


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1 'We be' personify' defeated, lOT!'!. ft. thence N. MltrPf'I'J! .
may mln \\'. 311.3 ft, thence N. 27 degrees I s .' 'J. ,Ii..t. *. A I.
but principles never.-William nt mln F D 34 ft. to Point :
our '
[[J3&[ lJGfJ GfJDlJ@) of Becfnnlnit, \ contelning0.30, Just received a few
Lloyd Garrison acres, In Section 8 nnd 17 Township -
efu.e'It'PRIPARD IS South Knnira 11: Fsst I
k Tint' NOTICE' I is'! HBMOHFO'! in
t f1Q ((3 1 @ II NOTICE OF TAX APPLICATION HEEDlaws *OH compltnneft with Seetl ns 2'3.12 and Even-Air Circulating Oil Heaters

V- I 271.13. Florida Rtntntes 1D41. I I
; &V of 111311 the !
AMIRICAN 'OUNDATION FOR ANIMAL HEALTH l Notice' In hereby given\ thnt P. P. pay u_
adtertlslng cost Kerosene
Per'-c fumes burns with
I a4
I livnne: holder, of Tnx ('I'rllth.nte No TIIF 1 Ht'MIFFS OF INTERNAL:' no ,
BLOOD CELL DISEASE Veterinarians are well acquaint I 2n <4, IKKUO the Tfh Any of .Title.. IMPKO\rMFNT I-I'ND reserve the
el withtit: P. :h. a anaplae: 1, A. P 1IM1 tins ford snmo .In mv fur offli rlRht to relict any and nil Ills, or Fue' Oil.Ve install if you wish.rMNWRlES .
KILLS MANY '*: tin* nml" npi llontl >n BORHFK of the Tenet.. of theIIIIprlAI
CATTLE me 3 is: r::;)\ ,1 "c'r wIt: fre lux ripol to he l.su 'rt thereon.Bald
Fund I of the
Some twenty years ago a Kansas: CI' "N of | Certificate emhmces the following de Slots of Improvemei InMILIAItD. T TIRE & APPLIANCE CO.
veterinarian Mentlflet. th'I II ecril0cd| property In the County of
Mood di I .
i I wit V CALDtvEi'Uovernor
of Florida to
.. Okpprliobpn State Phone 139 Ft. Pierce Florida
case of cattle, ,
previously unknown -- '''''- '''''' H m ft. murk JlIllvomlle ,
/ Lot 7 pppt|
In the United States The disease ns 2N' 'w .: ii it I It Pork Addition 1 ATTPSTF

nese''anaplasmoids is In many or ways pasture like human sick ,: .; ': : . -YI 1 ,nn Th li",r. .nld ni .i>s Oprtlflrnto.tnpnt of Issued laid property wm In rnisties. t'. 1 lllot I. .I.Per lunil/ ..._ ;::: ....... _.....__ ._--

malaria, for It Is caused by a tiny ilu) 1'tdpae mm r sold fit ,''Certificate shall he redeemed I -- -- .. '__H _ _ __.. __ ..,.. h ___ __ .._ ._ ____
parasite which attacks the red i. t i nccordlnir to law. property
blood cells Today, thin I disease has iI sr-rllort thprHii shell bo old to the -

reached aerie proportions is I dour Ilirhcxt on lUltr the ftrit at Monday the Courthouse In the

now present In at least 23 states ,,"'rl" ' . .
.. ?fo"'j.
and has also been : : : IBM, I
ldc-itfl! In of, .....,...... ,, Hh 1m hrnnrv .
Sheep r x ti..T I Ik1L:6 Dated thin Irl day of Tnntmrv 10IH
Anaplasmosis ..... : I.F.L P. nAiiruiox
spread from the Clerk Circuit Court of
blood of one animal to another In ; Okcpphobee County
a variety of ways. !t nay b3 tr:>ns. .III"-M..1 Florida I
milled by mosquitoes, biting' files, :: rc"o'.C7::tJ ': :
and ticks. plaslnonts! OWNERSFor
Outbreaks have also NOTICE TO CATTLE
been traced to lnatue l
Improperly sterl
lined dsho-nlns shears, castrating retied In nEwly arrived G rr
knives, an contaminated hypo. anlma's fir 'i he -3 hc1 on pas | recording marks and brands
dermlc needle Any object which ture sio: ,d be In':estp"Ued| ln and f ping hides and carcasses ,
contacts blood
of an affected animal
of butchered cattle, for each carcass
then punctures the sln: o' There ... (
a 13 no v a le or s:ruu as i
healthy animal, may transmit the yet dav-lo-.J ta re.tt nta'1IB' I I of five or less offered by the came I I

disease, mosls, h::-: o it :-nt'to party at one time, 25c; for more

Symplons Include a quick drop avoid Ir.'r<;... .:;., 0* tha I.. case: ,. than five and less than twenty 15c;
In weight and conditionand Into '
geivmi new t-rritocs Owners s !ojlda
sometimes jaunice The iye :so reor*':T t:iat coI"'d an 'I all over twenty, lOc
! balls, lining of the mouth, and \rc"'.a act PI c 'c'ce' for a long. For Inspecting and recording
skin of the udders may have a time. PI!"" I-IB animals: of ticks | and of livestock under
murks prands
yellow color. On -ilnatlon. after prote:''on from flea and extreme i
I death, all t'' sues nro rViormally cars: In r.: \ ."c .:::tins and dei j I i I HIP terms of this Act Jc per headIn

yellow and the pall bladder greatly hornliefjll"n'. 'It are essential In numbers of 100 or over, and 4c
enlarge. .
pre I per head In numbers less than 100.

--- Section 14 It shall be unlawful 1 f r8

One of the illusions Is that the for any person to kill any cattle itAr ,

present hour Is not the critical de. BUBBLES SEZ (one or more) In the State of Florida +t ;, t I Ie:71

' clxlve hour.-Smerson. without having the same InI .

I! .ppcted by a regularly appointed InI .

, Christianity is not a theory or I, specter: provided that butchering of 4:. I
peculation, but a lift: not a phil I any such animal by the owner or get 4

" osophy of life, but a life and a !livIng his or her agent If killed in theI

I process' olerldge I i I presence of one or more disinter-
f fI I noted reputable persons shall not be DICK: "I wonder how the distillers feel automobile, but in the hands of a man who

lAt' Business la never to healthy as I i inlawful about that new movie built around an doesn know how to drive it or is reckless,

e when, 1.ki a chicken It must do A R. M Durrance, alcoholic," it becomes a menace. Likewise, it's not the

i certain amount of scratching for J. S. Uuderhill use but the abuse of alcoholic beverages
I OLD JUDGE: It's funny you asked that, "
what It gits Henry Ford.Ma.I&.ri&. John Swain that causes trouble,
Dick... I was just reading a piece about it.
of Marks
Inspectors DICK: \\onder why it is most men can
The first thing tt sweater gM and Brands DICK "\\hat: did it say?" drink moderately and others can't?"
: lean is that woolens thrive on .
sow water. But with soap 1- NOTICE OLD JUDGE: "A very sensible statement: OLD JUDGE:"Intensive research at a great
we must keep tondtng
CHECKED 1V 7 DAYS WJTJ' in USED FATS to help maD oivrrcnonrr coi NTT FLOnrDADuuemhrr It said the beverage distillers are fully aware university has shown that most excessive

t LIQIID for Ttl Remember, where theofn" NOTICE is iiFurn\21. 1011 GHEV Ihnt of this problem and are cooper?.ting in every drinkers are really sick people. They are
fat there soap So keep oosartng iiminit to Section !0 of (Chapter' suffering from some physical, social or emotional
to solve it, The
1\1 ILARLALSYMPTOMS possible help
-belp make more soap I way
1C"sn Inn of Flnrlln Arts of 1IHTn have been
6 6 6 ,, ' i : what upset And great
'u n. the Ml III IIY ACT. and In is to the beverage distilling inCustry
Take only as d rcrtcrt ',\I'n .nnrr of Chillier :!IIIII.nwa of ;. the reckless driver is to the automobile made in developing clinical aethods of help
M "Mi ,Vf of 1'111. known as the "
r ''',;.i\pis iHtUN r.r nis industry. There is nothing wrong with the ing these unfortunate people,
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"i,3' ACT: the following' described
I a ainmtel 1 In therein I s Prolongs'
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nletrlue., 1n:, Okrrehobre Conntv, Flew.
+ will le rfpiel fur inlo nt public I II Ins.7Ti1.
WHAT CAN YOU Alcolwlit Borate
SPARE Conference
I .' Ira for the I luhest and I heat rnshsiljoot : Tn i, ..1" i uwensponsored y .
I to tho rip-lit! of the Trns = = -==- = -- --- -,;;- --- ---

THAT THEY CAN WEAR ? I I,1 e,,.1 of mil the"f the Internal nnnrrt Improvement of ComrnUto l ..
ore of Tverjlnrtps Pr Innfre Dls'
i t to relict any and nil bide, at the
..rrhoiixe. heglnnlnir nt 10 :00Inek
a' ,.1L, on the 2ht tiny of Jnn I
Jfr/K 73/ ,; "nun'. 1:ilfl. \1 to all parcels of Inn I '" wJ4' rite { t' t"s, or .e yYp
'tp'lI nor' or more title to one half II a
,,' .trrol.nm and three.fniirthn of '

; :::,::;;;,,n,Inernl of: the* nil internal) le 1 sened Improvement bvon I I I > wi, 1 't lit. ::4i,

I 11,1, Fnsementi for rued right of
VICTORY CLOTHING COLLECTIONfor .n' Cnn fit wile will le reserved by
*.'II 1''notrpa... from .any parcel, through ,,
i. .' .13 ?: ;
:"ci : 1.'r t-rt: : -t ; Mct'f
Overseas Relief .
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I "'l.or,:' 2 ; ut,+-_ _...... .. ... . _. P'.ertnt';:
Lute. 4. 1nn.I 0 Hlk 0. Wright'. '
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sjrn.ci: "= II' 1" 1 n < :. Lots. 1nllll\ 0. Tlk C. Wrlirht 2ndLereA0 x,
!!! JI ) II t. '" / .II I A Rdtk 'ype.
10 oath 11 nik :2. ('It .)f i
ill' I JIII 6 Jr' t!77iM iw 'V. i'; r.I I Okpoehohee )

I 4i i-k Ir-, "gay 11 l55iI.0t', : : 11/0' V sI r I lots 4 nn.1 5. Blk SJ. City of Ohceehohee ,

lot S hills 'R4. Oltv of Oknerhnhrn 'I C .
lie. 1 to 7 Inc. Blk, 111 CUT of $
OkppehohpnLots hg ,
: 2 to 8 Inc, Hlk 11(1( City of
Okeechoh Okeeehnhpe I I'I
e ''I T.ntaI Okeeehohee/ and 8. Hlk 117 City of 'a: '

i Tots 1. 2. 0 in and 11. Plk Ud. I zx'fi.aF
CUT of Okeeehol
I 'rItt' TF.F.!'! or Trip I INTFK.
; .\\ft't'o"F\IF.1' ? I'NH j) 'uu
BO1RD nF' rO'I'II'IIn"'fJ'!!' !
OF F' '>?:lIot APFS'! PIIAIN.

Ily M\BFL P UIEHIOV. Agent tt
for Trustees of the Inter r
nnl Impr.vement Fund and yBw
CONCRETE BLOCKS for Board. nf C'nmml.alonproof
Everglndes Dr lnne Dintrlet v
Okperl)"he* County

.I!'PICHI. CI lit TIT Ot 10
b \ -4: STEEL WINDOWS IV CHAVCERY w ,,.. tx+
Plaintiff alw 1 1I
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i nt Yon mv Rrflrri: )Okeerhohee required ,to &rri I
ROCKSCREENINGS l on Febrtmry 4. A. D 104H. to JIm
of ComplAint for divorce filed airslnst What YOU
I you by Mary \\ allnce. In Circuit
I I Court Okeeehohpe County, Florl laIn ,
default therefore Decree Pro Con
REINFORCING STEELIF from will ho entered airnlnst you : the 1. Ctl together off the clothing
Okerchobee News Is deslvnsted as the you can ipare
In which thli Order shall
le lenspnppr buhllshed once a week for four Clothing that you may consider old can bring new life to 2. Take It lo your local collection
I consecutive weeks. Soma sufiTenog person to whom war brought despair and depot Immtdiatoly.
INTERESTED CALL US BY PHONE nt Witness Okeerhobee my, hnnd t"orldn and. this official 3rd seal day, destitution 3. VolunUor/ corns spar time to

I of January' A' P,tll\Iojf1.\ Your part clothing will be distributed free without discrimination your local commlrtot.
i (Circuit I inert to victims of Nazi and
Jsp oppression In Europe .II.

1I MHO'!. M\HH P, II.\I'TERi'lOS. The Jo
Clerk of the Circuit Court the Philippines, lad the Far East. mon you
: Okeechohee. County Florida Dig Into your stoics, trunks, end closets today . dig out the better you '// feelVICTORY
By 8o[ hronln Ponse. all the clothing
Deputy Clerk you can spun
Mrr Sanderfur Rrhnlman,
I I Ir Attorney for Plaintiff

I Tallahassee Florida CLOTHING COLLECTIONfor
NOTICE November 8th, 1043/

:NOTICE' Is hereby given that the

CONSTRUCTION MATERIALS) Trustees of of the the State Internal of Florl ImprovementFund ,la will Overseas Relief HENRY J. KAISERNational
bOl offer for sale for competitive bids InInllnhsssee / ff7 s3 Chairman
I Florida at 11 :00 clock ,
\. M December ISth 1045 the following
described lands to Okeecbobee

Beitlnnlnir Tract No' at 24 the of the N, File B. Cornerof Bay Ttlt tdvtftitntunt u>a prepared ly the Advertising Council for tbt Victory Clothing Collection,

FEDERAL AND STATE SPZZCIFICAT ONS II survey as recorded In Plat Book .nd Is tponsored by
1. Page 31 Record at Okmchobm
County. Florida) suit run thence
S. thence 8. 38 degrees 46 mln W Department StoreFRID.IY




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-=a ='II a= .c=a..c=a. ""'=' -==a. o.=a. E. G. ARNDT, LONG TIME Baptist Y. W. A. Elects State Me. Ill

nu SOCIAL NEWS .;III RESIDENT E. G. Arndt, DIED, long SUNDAY time resident NIGHT of New Interesting Officers Year's After Work OKEECHOBEE COUNTY BANKOF

1 Okeechobee, died here Sunday night

R ._ __ after a long Illness. The body The Baptist Y. W, A.'s had their OKEECHOBEE IN THE STATE OF FLORIDAAT
t x I :x iJ:.: :.: :: ;: era:l:e';.: a'.;I :-I l :':a:.: =i-y was first meeting of the at the
laid to rest In the Okeechobee cemetery year THE CLOSE OF BUSINESS ON DEC.!: tl, IUS
Mrs Luella Di me of Homervllle, J. P. Parkerson and H. C, (Dude) home of our new leader, Mrs Homer
Monday afternoon. AMSETflTnnni
Georgia, will leave tomorrow after I I Watford left Friday to return to Bible. and discounts (Including! no overdrafts) .-..._$ tT4.t2/.9/
T'nlteil, Sliiton Government obligation, and
spending the past week here at the Charlestor, S. C., after spending two Build today, then, strong and In the last year, the Y W A. did nhllffnll' ni of States and political subdivisions guaranteedIII..IMlII................ 12400000
McNeill home She will go from hereto weeks here with their families and sure, things for the and needy. Cash, balances with other hunks Including reserve balnncei
many poor
With a firm and simple base; sod cnih Item In process of collection ........ .............. 275.IM9 70(
Inverness where she will visit friends. Both boys are stationed And We Intend to do even better this dunk Premises owned ....700.00. furniture end fixtures $380000. 850009
ascending and secure (Hank premises owned are subject to $ NONE liens not
before returning to aboard the U.S.S. Our mission is
her daughter Kearney which Is Shall year. community assumed by bark)
her home In Georgia, one of the larger cruisers of the U. find Its place. cottage j.rayer meeting for this Other assets .__......__..._.................. ..._................. 100.00
S. Navy, month. TOTAL ASSETS' ............._...... ......._............. $1.144,700. 4
Joe McCarthy of Greely, Neb., and Our new oii'ceri' are as follows! LIABILITIES

Lee McCarthy and Misses Francis, Mrs I. N. McMullen returned to ... President, Ide'l: Tomlinson; vice Demand deposits of liultvtduala. partnerships and corporations | 071.OSS" .M
lime deposits of Individual, partnerships. and corporations .... 094050);
of her
Florence and Genevlve McCarthy I home here Sunday from Lakeland president, Peggy Chandler; secretary Deposits of (nlted Htirtes ttmernment (Including; postal savings) 2SIU9HT

Spalding, Neb., arrived In Okeeclio- where she spent last week with GILBERTTHEATRE Wanda Bowen; treasurer, Miriam iK'IMwHi:::: uf Slatpa slid Ijcifilcal subdivisions I ..-..._..-._......... 315192.99:.
Dnnnslt of hunks -w.w..1j--------------------------------- 10.MsXX)
bee last week and are spending two her mother who Is seriously 111 Harvey; program, chairman, Other cslts (crrtlfi)...l..aiMl officers checks etc) ... 1.Tot.\III)
TOTAL DEPOSITS .i............,_..._......._ 1,0116.3113.03
weeks here with Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Alice Hancock; publicity chairman, Other liabilities ...:.:..._. rss.._._......_..._..................... 895.19TOTAL
McCarthy Lee McCarthy and Mir Captain and Mrs 0 C Howell >: 3::feg x iI:-s. =3 x ss: Susan Hancock
LIABIIITIES (not Including subordinated
Cenevive visited here ten years ago were guests of the Rev and Mrs W. \\e have an Interesting time anda obligations shown below) .................._..._.._...... 'I09fl7W23CtPITL :\ :!

but this Is the first time the others R. Howell over the weekend, and Sunday and Monday lot of worthwhile fun In our Y. \KOt\TN

have been here. Captain Howell, an army chaplainwho Jan. 20 21 W. A. We welcome any Capital I. ............_...__00.....__........_...___.................-$ 21flOOOO:
young Huri.,Ins ....._......._......._...____.._...__.._.._..__............. 2200OIN'
has been for a year and a halfIn JOHN WAYNE woman who wishes to Join at our ndivlded, profits ._................_......_.....__.........._.... 1.002 42

George Reedman of Omaha, Neb, the service overseas, preached the ELLA RAINSIn next meeting. The meeting will be TOTAL CAPITAL ACCOUNTS ....__........................... 4900342
and Jerry Pearce of Council Bluff, Sunday morning sermon for his at the home of Wanda Bowen Jan
Iowa, wer.. visitors who spent the brother In the Methodist church. uary 24.GREYHOUND.
"TALL IN: THE SADDLE" Tail bank's capital consists ofi!
past week end In Okeechobee as the tuuiuiuu stock with total par value of $2 ,OOQ.OO.


McCarthy. Both are stationed at IV: OSCEOLA COUNTY JAIL CONTROLLING INTEREST IN assets (land securities loaned) (hook value, )
"THIS IS AMERICA" (a/I t. 8. Government obligation. direct and guaranteed,
the Naval Base at Melbourne FLORIDA MOTORS BUS LINE
I A man (riving the name of C B. pledged to ti-cure' deposits. and other liabilities ...... $4 0.("x)oo
Phillips was brought from Ft. Myers NEWS Control of Florida Motor Linea TOTAL, ....................._..._.._.._.-.................. 0. '('j.OO4))

Sheriff ;. 0. Stewart was a visitor it" Kisslmmee last Frld." by Const Corp, has been acquired by the I. f. II. McDouicalU, ('aobi r. of the nlmve-named bank do aolimnly shear:
that the ahove statement la true. and that It fully and
spending the first part of this weekIn I ble C r Prevatt to free charges .+++++++++++++++++++ Greyhound Corp, Chicago, throughan the true atate uf the several mutters herein contained and correctly set forth represents to tbe
St Augustine where he went to In justice court of obtaining exchange of stock, officials of belt of my kuonledtt and belief,
money t'urreet-Attest : S. H. !MoDOt'OAT.D. Cannier
attend the State meeting of the under false the bus line disclosed Wednesday .
pretenses. He Is being Friday and SaturdayLUM W ALLEN MAUMIAM.
Under the agreement betweenthe K M. MKEKM,
Florida Sheriff Association. held In the
I county jail. J. M HOr. fiR.IHrectora. .
two companies, outstanding
Warrants for Phillips' arrest were & ABNERIn
capital stock of the Florida Motor State of Florida County of Okeechobee, n :
obtained from several
Dr. and Mrs. Martin of Ft. Pierce Kisslmmee
Lines Is being exchanged for Grey. Sworn to null suhmrlbed before in.- 'bis 13th ilnv of Jnnunri 1!ml\. nmlT
here visitors spending Tuesday In businessmen after he Is alleged to "GOING TO TOW I hereby ('prtlty thllt I 0111 not Rn officer or director of this bauk.
hound Corp, common stock FML ,
Okeechobee. have obtained payments for printingthat \ I. LAWSON, Notary Public
I stockholders will receive Greyhound My cunimlsxlon ..ssplreuetubrr 7 V ,c:
Dr T. T. Coleman returned to his never was delivered.Kisslmmee BOB MITCHMAN
stock, while Greyhound .-. .- _.
home here Saturday after spending Gazette. In"WEST --
takes their FML stock In exchange
two weeks In Tallahassee and other OF THE PECOS"
'Went Florida towns. I Advertise in The News A tangible benef for passengers
also ultimately will result from the fact
--- I that the Florida company probably 0LOA MllITRIf"

hIUSICALNEWS will\ be able to lease or borrow ,t..

: EVENTSComing: equipment from other Greyhound ,
Trade old clothes for lines during the rush winter season,

.;?;..;.+; +; +; +; .;..;.+; .;.+.;.+;+;.;..;.+++ It was pointed outCLASSIFIED. l. -1ft ST. PETERSBURG p FLORIDARESIDENT

FRIEN/JS.L. :--. >-e. : : : :+) '
II Designated Honor Military School by U S. War
: l' Department Fully accredited by Southern Association
"CHINA SKY"'OC ADS .. 5, of College and Secondary Schools. Individual
Clothing that you mar , "\ CIME: ALONG": I .!1 1 ;;: I attention Separate Junior department. Ml branchesof

old can bring new life to thOM "THOSE ENDEARING: : ".:..:..:":":..:..:":>.:..:..:..:..:.,:..:..:..:..:..:":..:":..) ;l athletics Beach recreation center. Aviation
whom wax left destitute. Bring; S. training n allahle. All-lnclushe rate. A limited
? them new life bring America VICTORY YOUNG CHARMS""INCENDVRY FOR SALE-House and B lots in J 4..t'! number of enrollments will be accepted for period

aew friends. Dig oat TOOT old : : BLONDE": East Okeechobee. House good con- If, commencing! In January. For further Information
dotting toby. COLLECTION "Dr ff'\'S TAVERN" d:tion. Water and lights. Katie and address -
Col. Walter Mendel! President
Sylvester Smith. 30-2t Florida :Militar Academy, St. Petersburg Fla.





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