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: August 7, 1942
Publication Date: -1992
Frequency: triweekly[<1989>-1992]
weekly[ former <1926-1945>]
semiweekly[ former <1981-1983>]
three times a week
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Okeechobee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Okeechobee County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Okeechobee -- Okeechobee
Coordinates: 27.241667 x -80.833056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 82, no. 91 (Sept. 13, 1992).
General Note: "The voice of the Everglades."
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 6, no. 24 (Jan. 8, 1926).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Volume 2.S--Number 7 Okeechobee Florida, Friday, August 7, 1942 Price Five Cents

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% j 1:1 1- Harle gave up the ..Jobcarrying
n : the Tampe Tribune to'',

NOTE-We Are very he Everglades this week after I
anxious to have the name and address + pakti / A twelve years of service to the people Private LeRoy Chandler, who is
of each boy from Okeechobee of that section and to the Tampa I stationed with the United States
County who Is In the service of his Tribune. Army in Camp Murphy at lobe

country In order that this list may In discussing it Mr. Williamssaid Sound, Fla., arrived home Tuesday

be complete. If you have not already that his declson was made and s spending a nine day furlough

turned In the names of all ; ? necessary oy the gasolne and tire with his parents, Mr. and Mrs.

of your relatives who are in the *; rationing but that he expected to i Perry Chandler. at 1 Basslnger.i .

Army, Navy or Marines, please do take II up again when the emer-
.o at once so that our list will be ..'nc, is over.County. j Word has been received here
complete. ''i t 4q ----n---V I I that Jack Paige son of Mr. and
r S Mrs S. C. Paige of this city has

Corporal David W Casscl Jr. Went Over arrived safely In Australia where
a he Is attached to the
son of Mr. and Mrs. D. W. Casselof .... ; troops of Oen|
Okeechobee stationed with the MaeArthur's command. He states

United States Army Air Corps at 4 ." ; Top Ten Minutes In In his letter that he likes It fine
and it
country Is
? a very
Savannah, 01. Enlisted from Okee- Si Jr
choboe County In September 1940 beautiful place. He also states that
I i After Eight O'clock fine.the people there treat the soldiers

Corporal Earl W Ralford. son of ,. I .
0 e
Mrs. Susie RalTord of this city .. "i 1 Y ,;<. 'I"<. ,..o ,, -- -- ,I Mr and Mrs. J. R. have
Y i Again Okeechobee Rogers
stationed with the United States county was
Army Air Corps at Dale Mabry lY. I first to reach and pass its quota. (received word from their son Monroe -

Field Tallahassee Flu EnlistedIn i Our quota was lowered for August, : that he is now stationed with

December 1941. Mary Catherine Spears runs to Join a Share.Your Car group as Olive ROil hobs the cur door open J ih were counties in all sections of I fine.(the Army Monroe in is Texas the and likes it
S S S I for her. Jean Paterson looks on with Interest from the front seat Ml three are ii.'Iu.nt with the lie nation. From $5,700 in July youngest son
Private Ernest E. Ralford. son of Florida Sliare-Your-Car campaign at headquarter of the Stale D' i - Mr*. Susie Ralford of this city Share-Vour-Car dubs are being organized In FlorlJa to save cars and tires Club memo ors qualify month of August. This quota was I S 0 SIt
stationed with the 14th Repair '..r necessary' era ra cline .In the rationed area. I passed Saturday August 1, in ten Is, now Sergeant Ray Bass in

Squadron United States Army I minutes. In 45 minutes our quota the United States Army Instead of

Air Corp Duncan Field San Antonio I i was doubled and at noon when the (Corporal Ray. His sister Miss Alice
Texas. Enlisted December DALTON BRETT HOSPITAL ,1 postofflce closed the ((bond sales I J ;Bass, received a letter from him
1911. Rome Guards Will ,\T NLS1 PAUl BEACH FROM Assistance For The had reached the very substantial ) this week in which he stated that

S S I'.LACKIUOW SPIDER BITE total of 9725. Sales so far for the II III he was promoted to the rank of

Private First Class John H. Walker Drill On ThursdayNights Old People Of Our;I month as checked with Postmaster sergeant on July. 0 25..
IOn of Mr. and Mrs J H. D Iton Bieet was carried to the Tom Pitts Friday morning have
Walker Jr. mechanic In wound; hospital one day last week guttering i enched $10,050 This is wonderful I Word has been received here by

crew In United States Army Air In Future fiuin a bite by a black widow County Is Large cooperation and many wires and I II Mr. and Mrs. K. E, Stello that their
(son, Carl
has been
Corps, stationed somewhere in Aus- spider. He was carried to the Fort I letters of congratulation have been transferred
tralia. Enlisted In Army in October ricice hospital and was thought to tecelved Let's keep up the fine ;! York.(from Spokane, Washington, to New

1940.Sergeant. Be lnnh' -' Thursday August 13. be getting along alright He was Cash payments to Okeechobee work. This is our part at home, j I .
It,,' Citizen's Defense Corps will ought home on Saturday but County Recipients Of Old-age Assistance to help the boys in the front lines, :' s
Carl Stella, son of Mr. meet on Thursday nights rather oundaj it was necessary to carry Aid to the Blind and Aidto I know our boys in the armed Corporal Earl Raiford arrived

and Mrs. K. E. Stello of Okcecho- than Friday. The time and place him Ho the hospital at West Palm Dependent Children for the fiscal forces are very proud of Okeecho- ; ,home from the United States Army

bee United States Army Air Corps. will remain the same-court houseat Beach. 1 year ending June 30. 1942, total- bee when they hear these reports, ( ,Base at Mabry Field Tallahassee,
Qelger Field. Spokane Wash. En- 8:00: o'clock. Those who have -----v---- ed 27281.. according to announce- which most of them do p ;Sunday and is spending a thirty

listed 4n Army in January 1942. rifles or shotguns should bring them n"-nt this week of the State Wel- Retailers for Victorj Month In'l' Unys furlough here with his mother,
1 The ObserverBy Mrs. Susie Ralford. Earl had the
e to drill with. fare Board. July
Compilation of the was a fine success and while
Corporal K. R Anderson, son The follo-vlnj were present at tliuirex; has just been completed.As we have only scattering reports wej I I,weeks misfortune to break his leg several

of Alva Anderson of Upthegrove the last meeting We wish to con of June. this year, there were know enough about what happened ;; ago when he Jumped from a
Beach Motor Transport Division gratulate them and ask: where the "Bill" "alf 11l! residents of Okeechobee County I to be able to tell you that the retailers j I truck at from the camp, and Is recuperating
I the break.
United states Marines stationed other men of Okeechobee were We receiving: Ol'd Age Assistance. 231 j sold at least $1.250,000 worth ,,
, at Georgetown British Oulena. |I need you all Those present were: How's that old bus of yours receiving Aid to the Blind and 14 j of War Bonds and Stamps In the .-

Enlisted* tn the' Marine Corps In Pev. Alderman.\ George, Clay toil. .Plating? Does the old. Jalople I f.millles,receiving Aldjo Dependent j tw'o special days.! of July __ MIDNIGHT CURFEW FEDERAL .. ,.
September 1937. Hamp Conerley, Dave Coker. How- still hate fairly good rubber? Children. I Retailers'for Victory was not acne Ot'LAI'ION'\OT'tOCAt'LA\f; ;
S t i ard Crouch. A. W Davis R C. Does It still hit on all four or During the fiscal year the State'' month effort, but Is a continu- BUT: WILL BE ENFORCED HERE

Sergeant Purmel Hargraves son Evans TommI"ar.s.i Ulmer Ezell. six once In a while? Would you Welmre Hoard paid $8.224.008 to ing year around program. I hope

of County Supervisor of Registration Oibb Dross. Hubert Harden. Charles 1l.e': new rarrl' you getting Florida recelpcnts of public assist- the' people Okeechobee county I There seems to have been some
and Mrs. Hargraves of this Hargraves. Wm Hendry. Wm Hen- tired of looking at the old bus >''"e. or more than twice the reg- I will continue to make this effort misunderstanding about the articlewe

city. United States Army Air dry Jr. Dan McCarthv.II. Dan Well don't let mai! I appropriation of 3800.000 ,1 great success In the coming da's.1 I i carried last week as regards

Corp, Spence Field. Moultrle, Oa. 1r.carthIII I N l\f l\fullen. It get you "k" J initially for all welfare purposes i Take a part of your I the enforcement of the new government
Enlisted December 2. 1942. Promoted Bill Pare C H. Parkerson. J P. do" n.'ou are I.t, increased expenditure as com- War Savings Stamps when shopping 1 regulations of persons being

to rank of sergeant July 1st. Parkerson. Leslie Raulerson. Roy going to have < M iMfivith previous years. was due with your favorite merchants. on the streets after twelve

o 1 Raulerson. Frank Reeve, L A to keep It per'a' > special taxes levied by the 1941 Nearly all stores carry War Savings I, clock.

Private Elzle Godwin son of W. Roebuck. L Smith. N O Stewart. colating lor 'v k _'11 of the Legislature for the Stamps for your convenience This law Is a new Federal Law

E. Godwin of Upthegrove Beach Mack Underhill. Curtis Wright. some time vet; i .. 11 I mcni of Old Age Assistance and W R PAGE Chairman, and is not local in any sense of the

with the Infantry stationed at Richard Yontz. and anything v .11 to Dependent Children War Savings Committee word but the local authorities have

Camp Plclcctt Va. Entered ser- D B MCCARTHY. Commander Is better than \ As 01 June. 42.713 persons were -- ----Vrf1erii -- -- tan asked to enforce it but in case
\ ice in June 1942. Civilian Defense Corps walkhyr! don't 4M v !ring Old Age Assistance 2.- they do not the FBI will step 1n
S5 Corps you think. -;, : .1 7)).' were leeching Aid to the Blind System Will md enforce it. The law refers to
Private Julian Hodges, son of V Who wants a i md! 4601) families were receiving both women and young men and
"or'SG PEOPLE new car of the 194J vintage any- Aid to Dependent Children. boys and each must have the proper -
:Mr. and Mrs. Hodges of Indian- OF BRETHREN
-WIt. United States Army Engin- ,CIimCH ENJOY CAMPING: OCT nay? After we have cleaned up During the year, Florida s needy If old Test For Four excuse or be accompanied by
LAST WEEK NEAR AVON P.RKi In this war and straightened the iBi-elved, free agricultural surpluses I I their parents, guardian or close
-ers. Fort Belvolr. Va., Entered ser-
world out democratically, thing (-f a fair retail value of $4,380,000, 'chit tcns.
ice In April 1942.. 0 i i I Eighteen youngsters from hereof will be back to normalcy ThatIs t through direct distribution to certified Positions At Cr.cc In discussing this new law the

Intermediate Junior and Young most things will be, but not clients and to schools participating Mayor and Chief of Police stated
Private Smiley Waldron, son of
I Peoples groups attended automobiles. The automobile Industry In the school lunch pro- that the law does not exempt any
of ''
and Mrs. N. F. Waldron
Mr. near Avon Park last week under I Is already working on new grunt, and in free blue food stamps Gainesvllee. Aug 3. (Special)-The Individuals but reached every per-
Okeechobee, with the Infantry stationed : direction of the Brethren church.I I designs: and models, and the auto issued In the six counties where.1 I Merit System Council, serving the son and would be enforced.

at Camp Pickett.1942. Va. Entered Rev. F. M. Hollenberg! pastor ofI of today will be as obsolete In the food stamp plan has been set State Welfare Board and the Florida V
service In June
e I the local Brethren church, was I 1 '47 as Noah's Ark. The Dream up. Clothing made in WPA sewing Industrial Commission, announced OPPORTUNITY STILL OPEN
camp director. i i Car of 1947 will be dream with rooms to the value of $440,793 was here today that it would hold TO JOIN THE SEABEES
Boatswain's Mate First Class Rex '
a capital D. Made also distributed examinations for the four positions
I Those attending were: Ninetta' entirely by the welfare agency -
Lizzie Anderson
Anderson son of Mrs. -
and brotherof Simmons. Eugene Wright Nell of aluminum It ,,11be/ light of senior claims examiner Junior Jacksonville, Fla., Aug. 4. A
Alva of Anderson of Upthegrove I Hough. Vernon Wrlgm, 'Alma and durable and your gallon of V I claims:: examiner, field deputy and ;large number of ratings are still

Beach stationed with the United I Joyce Trumble. Elsie Mae Conrad f: gas will carry you miles farther Chester Raulerson son of Mr. ,1 accounting clerk In the immediate (open for enlistment in the Seabees,
Florida. I Alta Addison Mamie Lee Lamb i than as of the present. 'and Mrs. W. E. Raulerson, returned future. ;Navy construction batalllons the
States at Key West I I'I
Navy I
Iris The heavy eight and to his home The deadline date for filing applications j State
Entered service In 1942. Conrad Ramona Van Brunt. i twelve here last Friday from Navy Recruiting Service reported -
c May 'I Betty Hough. Anna Jane Evans I I cylinder Jobs ,,11be\ a thing of Norfolk, Va., where he has been In is midnight, August 29 ; here today. .
Carol Domer, the past New motors will be the United the announcement said. Applications for enlistment
Granville N. Wilson son of Mr. Laura Maye Campbell States Navy for the past I 'II I Ages range between -
and Mrs. E. J Wilson of Okeecho- I Margery Lotion Mary Hood ]|1 four or six cylinders, and so small two months. He was given a med- must be filed on blanks obi i 17-50 with pay from $54 to

.bee Seaman second class In United |i Eunice Potter. Mabel Walker. you can park them away In your i, ical discharge on account of his leg tained from the Merit System Ofi' i$185 per month. Applicants must
North J --V- portable typewriter case. There that was cut three years ago. I flee, Room 203 300 West Univer- |furnish three letters of recommend-
States Navy aboard U. S. S. '
will be a general face slty Avenue, Gainesville. i atlon.
lifting on stating length of time em-
service In Dec- !i -0-
Carolina. Entered BILL OL'TMAN:
all models. In fact It will! be Salary range for each of the four ]ployed and experience at their -
ember 1941. WASHINGTON BIG HELP TO more than a face lifting. Roy Raulerson Clerk of the Cir- positions is: Senior claims examiner i trade.
e FLORIDMNS I\ TilE CAPITAL cult Court and C. A. Fulford
The j $170-$210 month
new Dream Car will haveno per ; Junior Those who wish to volunteer may
Corporal Jessie D. Wilson son of County Agricultural Agent
hood In Its "mug", will be were I claims examiner, $135-$160 per i apply at one of the following nine
Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Wilson of Okee- Washington. D. C.. Aug 4. way up In front where per ]Navy recruiting stations in Flor-
chobee stationed at Moore Field, -The most popular events In thenation's Tuesday
service' In the radiator now is. The engine I month; accounting clerk $120-$155 ]ida: Tampa, Jacksonville, St. Petersburg -
Mission Texas. Entered capital for Florldi- --
visiting [ ------ -- -- '
i lurked away out of sight and out I per month. Orlando, Gainesville Tallahassee
February 1942.. i ans are the get-together luncheons of hearing Thl.II almost tinning and a small refrigerator The examinations will be held at Miami, Daytona Beach or
1 1 i sponsored by W. D. Bill Outman double the floor space of the car .', that will manufacture Ice cubes convenient state centers, to be announced Gainesville
Private First Class Edgar J. Wilson Washington director of the Florida No seats Comfortable In a hurry. A small hidden com later. Following the
chain completion of
Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Wilson Economic: Advancement Council.. I easy pre-
son to move about and place as you partmfnt can be added for a The parts of the examinations enlistment papers arrangements
of Okeechobee. United States Through these luncheons. Florldl-t| like them. A portable table nominal fee where one can hideaway are weighted as follows: Senior i are made for a personal Interview

Marine Corps stationed somewherein ans in the capital at the time are where one can serve luncheons, their "chasers". Oh boy claims examiner written test 8, ii with a Navy construction engineer,
the Pacific. Enlisted more than able to spend an enjoyable noon oh boy!
have education and experience 4; Junior Lieut.
bridge parties or perhaps E. R, Bonacci, who will ben
two\ years ago. i I hour with members of the state'scongressional Gear shifting Is claims examiner, written test 101
S ; a "quiet" little poker game. Or another thing ; I i Jacksonville next Friday, Sat
delegation and other if you have some of the boys out >: that will be "out" with the new Field deputy, written test 6, education i urday. Monday and Tuesday.
Hospital Apprentice First Class tils Ingulshcd parties. for a spin you can roll up the models Hydromatic control will and experience 4; Accounting If an applicant qualifies he is
Marvin L. Wilson son of Mr. and Outman on the Job every minute rut and have a nice crap game be standard equipment on all cleric written test 10. I given a rating and then enlisted.J. .
Mrs. E. J. Wilson of Okeechobee, loses no opportunity to assist civic on the way to the races. Mightas cars In the future All of the registers will be for

Medical Corps United States Naval and business leaders during their well loose the old bank roll AND,-what Is the most Inter. positions to be filled by the Florida J. L. Barber, who has been
Air Station, Jacksonville, Fla, En- stay In the capital. He Is doing a
Industrial Commission
as vacancies -
early at a little later.
eating feature, the Dream Car ofI joyed in the local office of the
tired the Navy in. June 1941.. splendid job for Florida and his Radio of course will be standard I '47 will sell at practically the I I occur with the exception of {United States Engineers during the
S c efforts have been Instrumental In
equipment. And clear visIonIs I same price as the average car of that of accounting clerk, which applies construction of, 'the airport here
Private First Class Howard Ren- securing numerous projects due to the I to both agencies.
formuLa no dream.
new Rounded! i I today This Is These was transferred from this office to
nls Padgett, eon of Mr. and Mrs. : effective cooperation with congressmen corners of polorized glass I hope are the standards that the designers Positions with the two agencies the main office in West Palm Beach

B. K. Padgett of Okeechobee, stationed senators and state leaders no window stickers. Sliding doors ,I are working on at this are of permanent nature and not ;last week where he will be permanently
with the Signal Corps of V made of plastics will also be a time. The most revolutionary merely for the duration, it was located

the United States Army at Key CATHOLIC CHURCH SERVICES new Innovation. Won't It be a I changes the automobile'' Industry pointed out by Dr. E. D. Hinckley, -0.-
Field Merrldlan.) Miss. Entered relief to has merit system director, who also
park your car and not ever known. So treat your Mr. and Mrs. George Pace and,
service In January .1943. I Church services will be held Sun have to think about some bozo old Jalople with the utmost care. stressed the opportunity offered Walton Springer arrived In Okee

day morning at 7 o'clock at the parked along side slamming his It has been a good pal and! has those who seek careers that offer (chobee last Friday from Los Angeles -

R. 1. Sanderfur. Jr., son of Mrs. Sacred Heart Catholic church here. 'doors out against your nice new many miles left In it. I hope. advancement for efficiency. I Cal., and are spending a
Crela Sanderfur of Okeechobee, All who will are cordially Invited paint Job. Well be a seeing you V I 'month's, vacation here with George's

(Continued on page ?) i to attend. Most cars will have air-condl- OBIE BE WISE-ADVERTISE !father J. O. Pace.Boht. .


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be used-and their losses would be I I .;.fI .;..;..4.;; :.;..;..;..;..;..;..;..;..;. ..;.+++ IN TilE cinrriT COURT oninn NOTICE OF APPLICATIONFOR
C hl\rdtl11l\l[ 1 ctu5l( enormous. NIMH jmiCIAT CIRCUIT OP! TAX DEED : Spare Time Trainingthat
8TATK <>!" 1"1.011111.1)Ii AM I.awi of 1BJ5
The losses In men which would Too Late To Classifyi Foil KiiciliHKKCOI: : : FI.OU Notlci. IN hereby 1h\ "Pit Unit Mnrtliii
follow when the stage of landing I | I IN 'IIISI'I.II"II. : \'. liH'ker' holder of 'l'u"rll""lIle No' helps you
1"\ ." No M2 7.1(1, Nulled the Blh day of August A,
operations was reached. Is also lly lit M'.:LI. Ii \\ 1 :>I> .\ltl> I I.. 11I1I.1\\n.1 : lOVEIIV II. ll.'ll! him Died' sumo' In mv nfllce :
Published Every Friday by the staggering. Without artillery support 1111 OF 'I UK NrVI'K OK( Kt.nHlIM, hint iiiiide apiillcntlon for s 'lux 1)ed| Serve and Prosperin
Okeechobee News Co., at Okeechobee. .1 M I.Fi. CDMPTIIOLI.KIt OK ;t.l1I1'.ITI' tn he (Hilled h'r'oll. Maid I CertlHinte"inliriiceH
the landing troops would have I + + ++ + ++ :. J. BI1WIN t.\ 1I>10S. TUFAS-: ) the 1"lIn\\'lnl dcicrllied. prop
Okeechobee County Florida. I to advance against completely I'llKII: ( IF) HUH HI-ATE, .T TOM "itv, In the "I'liunty nf okeeelinliee this national crisis
I Maybe It would be a splendid t1'\'I"Iv, IT'l'l! )! :\I\: n\Kn\t Stule nf. Flnrliln, to.wit :
shielded defenders with a vast tiling If the Junior Cham- 'ni' SAID SFATF, flnrl NATHAN NE'\ tor :' .:14 "f NWV less ll
superiority In firepower Writing Tampa I!I" \\ ('m""IlJ"SF.1I OF AfllllirriIMIE R Itt'HY.. Nee. 2t.: '1'wp.:17.| Rite VOI', want. KI serve your fullest| In
BRYANT BOWDEN ............. Editor I ber of Commerce could sell Its I Oh' SAID STATH' n* nn<\ :II. Coiilnlnlnii, 8 Hires. Ills MofpiiHr Hliuntlnn, do jour lit-
In Collier's, Quentin Reynolds one "DON'T TALK" campaign to the rind' II in I hlg HIP 'IIITKTrrs OF TIIRINTKItNM. The agaciimeiit of sold, property un moat tn help our n.II"n.011 want
of the best informed of war correspondents : : IMI'linVPMBNT: PT'M: der sold 1 Certificate Issued wai In then lino to advance rmirielf In just flout
growing army of bureau chiefs as (OF) TIn: HTA'in OF }'\..OHIH.I .\. me nf IlIun'hll'UII toll unit ply'--win proiniiMnn, soul moreIlinnrv
draws a vivid and prob- I "IMnlhllirnIi0 Unlcei aald Certificate .
shall bt
Entered as second class matter well as a few cabinet officers in re
aly accurate picture when he says: vs. deemed according to law, property de- lbn inn do both nt the nnnip time
July 1, 1914, at the Post Office In Washington.On ., .\ I.\ 11"11. nlclnnET' AI,. rlbed therein shell be laid to the our niitlun' lined mutiny moro men
Okeechobee Florida under the "Let three who shout loudest for second thought It might be 1."r""IIIlIt. hlKheat bidder at the Courthouse door for ipcdnllrcd. end itipprilmrv post
the immediate establishment of a i NOTICE TO APPEAR mi the Unit Monday In the month ofrVpti.'inhcr. tlHin-to help" defense prndiKtlnn and
Act of March 8. 1879.SUBSCRIPTION. a better Idea to Inaugurate a I TUB: 8T\TK OF FI.OUIDA. IU''.'. which la the 7th day hiitliipim itronth 'I'huuHHnil*-ncnrei
second front in France visualize "DON'T DOUBLE TALK" cam- 'f'" Knlicrt }:,I.'I Mnrnh. whose ,nililma of Kc! |>teiiilier, 1)4J.! of thnimnmlii iinmt lit thcnmi'lvci
for a moment the cost, In equipment In rnri nf Torpedo( Hqiiii'lrimFunr. Milled, thin 1m nof .\iiKum. 1'llj. quickly for these hotter pnylnn fobs
paign for that particular communIty. Hr".. \nrcl., HOY
and life Let them visualize lyn San llnmklvn R KAULEHSON. In ofhcpH nnd' Mtnrei nod fnrtnrlcs
RATE S"II' York : Clerk Circuit Court of They mast trnln nn nccountnntB, snln's-
the waters of the Channel running | You urn hornM ri'i|nil-oil tn fllo) nil Okeerhnbee County Florida. inpn tnnnmn'ri. fiirrmpii, truftlr nuiniiuorn -
One year In advance .............. $2.00 blood red under white and Never In the history of the country ni| |>i'nriinrf. tit thi> nliitv* 1 prwi'inlltur in Circuit Court SenltNOTK BPticml fnrpmpn fltv managrn -
a moon have we had so many bureaus, this, cinirt nn nr ln'fi, r. HIM 7th ilnv.f liiNpcctor. Ptc
Six months In advance .. 1.00
let them visualize the bodies of ." Sniitpinliir, A. D 1142 the rmtiireuf EI'hr If yon wish thin mlMintnirp. nlmplr
Three months In advance ........ .75 thousands of British and American departments, committees! and groups 'lilh prlJl..lh,1i' In furoHnmirs I Ilonrd of ConnH CoininlH.liiiier, mark on the coupon HIP nVIil of bunInpn .
charged with the responsibility of | cor II tnorlvnirp' iiimn" real ntiih', Hltunrp of OkeiHholice )Cdiuill. .Flnrliln, will In nhlh roil sire inoxt IntprpHtPd
soldiers floating In those waters. If Informaton, all main- lying, and ,being In Oktwhohop meet aa the Round nf K iinll/.iitlon on II'. will) ..nrl'vnu full Information
providing ,rmiiiii riurlilii iliwrllii'il n. follow. ',ihniit "' '. In that field
the persuasive eloquence of the '10..<111)'. L'l 194., for the pur ciiiorlnnltl|
Advertising bills are payable on tained at the taxpayers' expense, ,til Wit 1 pone of egtititixing. reviewing and 'henr tollo how our complete miprcim-
I i second-front brigade Is followed no Truiii the lliiiii'iuk iiii>iinili>rroniT hullillnir helps plnn' vnnr
informedand pronrnm [ yon
find ourselves less lug coiiiilnlnl ua to the viilue of both
yet we
the first of each month. Parties
other result Is 0".t llnp 1 fIr Si>o 32. reel unit futurp trains ion In our spare limp,
possible. permninl IIHemed '
unknown to publishers required to more confused In mind on all 'I' :17 I X II. :.1 I*, K:.. run M. Ml ,|h'. liv the Tax proierlnu Anaeaiinr| for the and works with yon all through your
This does not mean that a sec than ever before. icri-o. 4V I':.. flvm! fc<'l on sad year 11)42) I rnrppr Hpnd the coupon
pay In advance. along l the Hum'nek nit'iin li-r llnp I NO\\-
I 11OIt.. ,
ond front Is Impossible. To the to know much I f 'lii'irliiiilnu HIPIKV SI lUrLEKSO.N
Nobody seems very |" n.ilnt n clerk. Board of Cnnnti CnnimlKnlcnierK" { - -
contrary every really Informed military they all insist. ( iloirri'iMt 2l' E:. molt IWl Thence
about anything, jet '
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i: 1111: 7 fwl : 'llipnrp, !North- 0 I LASALLE EXTENSION
Reading notices In local columns i man Is convinced that one on TELLING the rest of us. On I iliirropR Bt'V. 1)13(1: : rent to the I ..

will be opened in time. But It can vital question that arises in Iliimix'k ini'nniliT line': ThPnip I UNIVERSITY
10( cents a line. Rates for display : every N. Ml ili-irri'ot 4VV. VIKT:{ fret YOUR TIRES ,

advertising furnished on application not be opened until everything Is.; connection with the war effort we I In HIP point nf .!llllllh,,,. Con I A Correspondence Institution

Classified advertising 2 cents ready. That means that, first there :, act a potpourri of loose talk in the liiliilnir, 2'.87: IUTPI. nuirc nr less
Ml 1\lnir and liplnv In SPP 12 I
each word per Insertion All Items I must be many more bombings of'' form of contradictory statements; '1'. :37 K 11. :11 I Kant County ".ifOkiw Need Recapping? 1)1.1. R lil ('iiir\<.o. ILL.

regarding enterprises conducted for Germany and the Continent on the official, semi-official and unofficial. I .Imliw. Stiilp/ nf FlnrlilnIMINK ,' I 171s''u'arl I nii full liiformntlnn rpI .
: .AM nitliPIIKI I lit Okppilin
Cologne scale. It means that Allied I then Mr. I I iinnllnktho "ores.-Ilillding" trnlnlnl
First .Ickes and
Mr says
profit are charseable at rdvertlslng hop "PUIIMH nf oki'iH'hnlMN> Stntc nfFl.uMii ( to unit I nnilirtM> | hnrp marked with on X
ra tel. troops must be given more and Henderson contradicts, and then i thin :51111 ilnr of Jnlv. A. II1I4. to secure our a rrrtlttmtr.IliiMonliif Then hate below]

better equipment than they now t somebody else explains. Then a I : ROY R. RA1'f.EROS.!, !I I tour tires rwttH| "Ml bv tliimphiJen\ attart I
[ liin>liip" Mnnnitrmpnti, Trnlnlnir
-- --- --- -- ; I'Ier'e, n firm with eight y.ar.
possess And It means that ways bureau chief has his say and a flockof I Clerk Circuit Court pxpprli'nrp the best of riinipmentuml I fur Oflli.In). Munnuorliil. Moles and

PI.EDGE TO THE FUG must be found of causing distract- !! others horn In and when you I I IU)cHilv iiphrniilii dork. I'IIIHH. t A rppiitiitlun for 0"fare ilfMitlnir.lio ) I ppparlnipntnl, nxooiitlxp post lIlnnR.I .

"I pledge/ allctlanre/ to the Flag ing trouble for Germany at home.' try to add It all up and see what' ,K'lrnilt Court Spnl) \cry\ thing'inh.' 'hHiilliinN tfx'r *r1l.timid,* behind i>v I j Mndprn HnlpNnuiiiMhlpi, Trnlnlnir
i I .
. of the United StatM of America I Some experts believe that air- the score really Is, you find that I -. | \ purge slack <.f nil Nines rubber I Snlc.fur pnxltlnn ns Roles Kxcontlv,
limn. Trnlncr. Sni.] 1'rtdnotlonI''ti'n.
and to the Republic for which It power alone may create a second I all you've got Is a grand and glori- M'KI\I NOTICE MTKK OF StLE hPMk now nn lux Ifon sirI, and htiii rnn R flprompt tare with a | \ 'nil nil pnnltlonn In retail

stands: One nation Indivisible front They look forward to the ous conglomeration of first class Nnllic In hcrdiv given that under, rut or lirfiik, bring tn in fur In. I Hli"lc'"nli> or siunetnlty'selling.
,and J In' inillinrltv of a decree mode I I Innd stiel! tlnn. bum-en' 's uri up con nilrnnlri .
with liberty and Justice for all. time when three four, five thous- hooey. Illdier, (ccniintntic) i Trnlnlnz furo"shi"n
the the make It fire
filtered on the Jth day of Slav I I11UJ and .
I I nmlltiir/ ( rnll. .,
and major bombers will be used There used to be a time when a In thp Circuit Court nf the '1MbJmllclnl Mlltlnflirtort urn l I.','. Certified Public Aeoiiuntnnt.0111 C.1'1 Aeeoiintniit
'| -
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I Circuit In and far Okeodioliee \\e .II.ry one nf the taricPHt new
nightly in raids against the Axis. guy could write his congressman | etcTrxOlo
,'''"lIly. Florldii In n certain rniiBehereln tlr<* stocks on the tint (.H.I. (till
C.XfGHT IN TilE DRAFT de Seversky Is the most elo- things are now the need tire iiil 'klv.
Major but the way \\' Xii.li T llIh'r'n.. corn pisIn. UN when ion n | < MHnnirenirnti, Trnlnlnir' fnriioKllliiii
quent exponent of this doctrine and average member of congress Is In nut nod 'IIiMin Slnipmin and Her I Illm I Complete Hit'*< li lii'imrtment. repairing u* lliillmHd. Truck or In*
l ) and lame
I Miii hlii wife were defend (minting pile .
duairlnl Traffic Expi
A fellow who had worn a truss his recent best seller "Victory Just about the same boat as his nut*. I. the inidernliriien! Sppelnl Mni clock of new and lined l>lr>ile. now .ri Frelcht ollcltnr Minniter., etc. Rnte

for eight years was flatly rejectedby Through Air Power Is a convincIng constituents when It comes to '.'r. will niter for sale soil ..>ll nt pubI I un hnnd.HUH.
11,. nm"Mi m In front lit the south door I .
I l.un i I 1.1. II{ Hi'irrce.ln.lern
his army medical board. Laterin work The problems Involved knowing what's really what. About nf the Cnnntv Court house for Okee I nri\n!' WTTL BE

the day he was relating his experience here are those of production sup- the worst thing a fellow can have ehohee County Florida, nn Mniidnv, I ArPKECIATED"HUMPHRIES: nrenlllllllp Trnlnlnff fnrp.mliloini
"I'1. 7. 1I11.'. the same lielnit n Hnle ) In, .
| Khiip MnniiKenicnt.mn '
to a pal. uly and coordination-and the last in Washington right now is a letterof I .
Day of said Court within the h'cnl! I 'h an thnt nf ! 'Say" says the pal. "Could you two are even more Important than recommendation or introductionfrom I hour nf sale tonlf 11 n'r'inrk, A. M Fnreninn. I'orcninn." Sib.Fnremnn,
I ,nod, J o'cl.uk l I'. M, all of hilt certain I I'TIRE & RETREADINGCO. etc
lend the first. We are producing planes his or senator to
me that truss tomorrow? I congressman lirnpirt' ultiuite In the County of i ii

jotta get examined myself, an'-" on an ever-Increasing scale. We some bureau chief or petty official.It I i ikoi'i''linhec. Suite ..f Florldn. and IndxslrtillItluterentl{ Trnlnlnir
I ,mire imrtlpiilnrly deirrllied B. follow : I for Work Miiiiadement. Production
The deal was made and next day have not yet solved the difficultiesthat carries about as much weight L"t number eleven '111) nf block riiiinv 1.10 Couth' DUIc 11111"\\8)" Control, IndiiKtrlal Engineering: ,

'he pal appeared before the same lie in taking them. their fuel. and prestige as a cancelled postage I ilitlit' <"I> of Itullroud addition toI'Us' ,.to..

doctor. Again the medico wantedto their crews and their parts to the I stamp. In most cases It Is the surest nf Okeeihnhee L. I.. ,CONRAD.Florldn.. i FORT PIERCE, FLV liM ,rn 1iiiMliipH rnrrpupnndpiipp, ,

know how long the truss had battlefronts and keeping them fly- way NOT to get any attention. Special! Muster. --
I Ii! E IIAMII1CK, l-xpprt llttokkpfplnf.umiiiprilul .
seen worn."Ten Ing. Unfortunately, the bureaucrats .
J > In event of those who insist upon looking on the accred- May 1S.! 10IJ 401 (' Law
years was the reply any many i ,. CIfSCII RIA
demand a second front at once 1 ited and meal representatives of the f ('. I1. .\. ( ouch line
"Okay. Put on. your clothes adI I NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR ,
says the doc "I'm marking you are terribly uninformed. The High I PEOPLE as "Politicians" and TAX DEED \ 'P4 ?DAYS 1"'II't.y, '

N. Command has not opened a second vise you that "This is war, we havea Lens of I9UNullie :

front simply because It knows that'' Job to do and politics including i .oil: ,holder U hereliy of Tux given i'erl illi that'nte Hill* Nn 1'ren:illnnd Nom'"' .- .. _
The uould-be evader dressed and the time is not jet ripe-and because I politicians are strictly OUT" In i :I".. (milled the hI day nf N.IPIIIhi tAk.666

his t I'ertlllcnti j "I'r's"itt PoHltlon .. ._ .. .. .. _.
then curiosity getting the bet- fact It has Just about reached a t 'r. \. I' 1":7.:: null I'nx | -
It knows that the United Nations -
Nn 1.1 lnKiH-d the 41 h tiny nf .Inly. A. I III
ter of him he approached the doc- must not be subjected to an- I' point where the mere mention that I IMJS.\ : linn Hied mine In lilY (ifllcf has i \ildroi ____ __ _.. _______
tor "Say" he remai'ked, "I don't know somebody who knows a nude ppllcatlon for a Tax Deed to be
other defeat of the Dunkirk. Singapore you
|1',1 llieliMinin|hi| Ceilllliiiti'n embrace
want to be unduly Inquisitive butwhat's I< .
I is unpatiiotlc.
Philippines and East Indies ) congressman thu fnllonlnir IteNPribPl iiropi'inIn

that N. E. rating you gave; variety A great amount of groundwork I The great mass of American peo- rinrlda the Count to-wlt :of Okeechobe, State of

me? lies ahead before we can ple have not lost faith In congress IliK KMIi\b N nf S\V I'". S.-o

"Immediate duty In the Near really start a sustained offensive 01 in their representatives. They 2"*. run Silt ).d.. N Kll ..IdaV, .
JJOd.. S ItI 1 ydI< In Ben Sei I
East, says the medico. "Any so- drl\e of any kind against either look on the members of the House: ,''. 1wp ::1HIl'". :31: 7'4 nirea ,, s l.lirY

anso that can wear a truss upside Germany Japan. ,nd Senat as their only hope In ,mudli.'g! ( t ,cI
:l'1 ,'d. S nf S\V I'm .>lMI
down for 10 years can ride a this emergency, ,. ."<. run K 'iin yiU N lii.l ids NC>Stc sS,
camel."-investment Dealeis' Digest V It appears that a determined effort \\' Jjn viU, S HIS M I.| l I" Hi ir
:11. Hue :ill: 7' _
Her" > I'wp
The full magnitude of the rall- Is being made to undermine the III'red

V roads' achievement: In this! war will people's faith In the men they nod I '
VK Cor nf MVI" of !R\v'< ,
prcbaitfy not ,be publiqly known have elected to represnt them and j \ :N IMil a
Both here and in England milli- I run S I,1. \\ 2M yIN t14dt
thinking American I !l ."'i 1I .,1.. Hot'. 2\ 'Iwp :II typ
ons of people seem to consider until the war Is over. Many major i every right \"!'. n )
I It whether It comes | Hue. 'M' T iicreii
railroad operations must be veiled | should resent under
'hemselves completely qualified experts The ameaiment of laid property 1,
In secrecy in order to keep vital from within or without the goveinmental curl I 1'1',11I"11".1.,1{ 11'11. In tin II III'" '
tactics and strategy '
on military t l circle. "..f iiniiiiithii" ,, I I'utb'rlilll. .:.1 : Cnrnllin I I I i
They know precisely what Is military Informaton from reaching (, iniil Eat : U-tltln I'enreB
wrong with the United Nations' the enemy. But. every now and We should not forget that the average I iilei.il said IVrtlHinli-a ulinll) Iw riIceniPd .
then Information on Just how well congressman Is a human being according to law property decrlhed 4
high commands and they are con- j therein shell he told to the r
vinced that they could remedy the railroads are performing the that he was placed where he I highest Idddpr at the Courthouse dooron e rI
of the people of the first Mondav In the month of -
biggest Job In transportation his Is by a majority -
matters In short order If they were I't'mb'r I"t.' which la the 7th h')
is released. the district he serves. and when we I .
put In charge. That widespread tory of iitpmlwr.. 1II4JIlllted .
him another to do I II this 17th tin"I, : .
or permit
attitude underlies the aggressive' On July 1: for Instance a War smear I II ItOY H II ''l'lEIt'uN: .

demand that the British and the Department bulletin told of effortsto I I so we are lending ourselves to thosectes'ructlve Clerk Clreult Court Wil in
I forces that would undermine H'lrriilt Court
Americans Immediately open a sec- develop a nation-wide networkof I I HPall- tl
at roots I Z e
ond front In Europe. storage facilities for war materials I i Democracy very -

In theory the second front wouldbe in order to prevent over- ',and rob us of the sovereign right AIR 1
in the ballot.
that still rests
of Immense benefit to the Allied uowding of ports. The bulletin :MN'III: 31'DICIAL CIRCUIT 01' Jgdmp11

cause. It would divert men and said that In the previous two I 1 Maybe congressmen are "polltli 'i'UK sr\n: II}' l'I.URlu.IN I .\: CONDITIONEDDependable
F 1111 nNrJI-VIlollKH: : 1'111'\1'\: H.OI!
i Hans Well, thank God they are
maihines and supplies from Hitler's months arrangements were com- i ti'| .\. I I.N; III I I l\nuY.:
Russian and African offensives. It pleted with the railroads for the When the dny comes in this country i Cane No. Ml:
MrERR.\lll: > I i.. IIOI.I.A\I'; ri.Ks:
that there no "politicians"and
would give the conquered peopleof provision of open storage stationsIn are UK innn: rK\ : iii 1'\,111: : '. .

France their opportunity to rise yards along their rlghts-of- no "politics", we will be a lot i.I .M 1. I I.rK.: : C/rll''I'ILILIIIit: OF MAID
I SI'li:. .1, El: '\\'IN LAKVN, TUKAS
worse off as far as gavernment Is
up against their conqueror and for some 42.000 cai loads-and it I. I I I I.fH I>K X.XII"i H'l A'l'eS. J 'UI.MMMIi Service

help destroy him It would mark said further that "the railroads concerned than we are today. \\' AllOUM: ':)' lil'.NF.UAL:
srAli:. and, A1'1I.1.'O. .
the start of a real effort to bieak have quickly arranged the necessary I members I or"\\ SA11, COMMIMHIO%IIt or AUillII I II Low Fares

Axis power at home-where AxJspo1l'er facilities, under somewhat rf congress who are not of I I 'I II I I HI!!: 01 *.UI> SI .VIB UK .III I
the calibre of men you and I would onmltmliilf' the Tl.l SliiOF: : '..lIf:
must eventually be broken. difficult conditions and have cooperated I IMhRNAI: IMI'ltoMIMhNT) : : H\l

SD much for theorv In actual unstlntlngly In this addl- choose for such a post nev rlhe. I OF 'IIIU STAl'K ol1 FI.OHI1U Travel via Florida Motor Lines MAIN LINE to all Florida

tirnalwar effort. Incidentally :toss It remains that they are there I'lalntlllii.
fact opening the second front now \e and the North.

,.ould be one of the most hazardous the War Department estimated that j I through the choice of some group .1. u. MANINU' : : : : ALICE IIF) \'ANI':

operations In all military history. the cost of preparing these stor- I I of fellow Americans and that they .ill s'1 ".'. Ill I 'telldlllllxNoricF. Nerlhbeundlv.
10PI.tR S'4G AM 2:10: ,1.4At.
can remain there only through the OKEECHOIEI
According to all reports the Germans age facilities In the railroad yards i -.A'lK or" Fl 1111:11'.1. : .\ TAM'A . 10'IOAM 55'1.4 Costs less thin Drivln-
have done wonders in fortifying was about one-quarter of the I will of the people. I 'I'D: .1. It. 'IleVnnc' nod'IIP, 1 !I'' At. LAKELAND . 1:10: AM I'SO ,1.4
More and more the authority Viine., kin wife, \vlm.ii uddrem. ll unknown Ar. ORLANDO . 10.50 AM 7:45'1.4: One ReasdAr.
their continental positions. amount that would be required to iliiil ti> nil pontes cliiluilnu I I" JACKSONVILLE . 1'15'1104 1145'1.4 W.., IrIPAr.TALLAHASSEE
cor"-tiuct them as part of the granted by congress Is being over lei.rNt liy tnr.inuh. under, nr sign wet 445'1104 1250 Mol
In France alone. they have about Itla s 2.10 s 3.0
stepped and abused by bureaucratic: I II. li.-Viine uiid Alice Iii-Vniie AI LAKE CITY 2:25: 'M 1:10 AIoI ACKSIOP4VIILE
300,000 seasoned trocps which have Army's own storage depotsHere's wife, or either, n. helm, deUxoea, 4.40 7.ts
| officials who feel that they need unintifii. nliieeii.| credltorH. trimteeanr Lv.OKEECHOSE& . 440'1104 1045'101 TAM'A. 2.30 4.15
been rigorously trained In prepara- another example of railroad I answer to no one. They are not uthur i-liiliiiiinta l h>', thnniiih. inidei" At. JACKSONVILLE 3.45 AM ':15 AM IAKSLAND 1.90 3.41
tion for an Allied Invasion. These service told by Brigadier General i 1 r "11111".1 .1!I. II 1'cViin mid A'leeMeViniP. ORLANDO 2.S0 4.S0
OF the people. BY the people or or either tit them, who In not Omelet CONNler/ON' AT JACKSONVILLI, rAltA. TALLAHASSEE S.., 10.20
troops have abundant equipment of c. P. Gross in a recent radio lie di'ml or iillNP. sod, ill'imrlh / OIlI'fHOUND LlN"
FOR the people but they govern ,noun, Hi I HASSlf AND LAU clrv WITH LAKI CITY 4.U. 7.15
he first quality and they have Interview. "When the Japs first .a limlntf" ,i-liilnilnii lo IUIM nii.v FOR AU POINTS NOUN AND W"T. ATLANTA. '.U IS.OS
the people through their edicts, right llllii cor1I1o.r..t\ In the prnperl. MACON 7.1S 12.M
plenty of air support. Their supply struck at Pearl Harbor, he said
I rules or regulations to suit themselves ii'rein dcsrrlbed.It I '.uthbeaed-oelne VALDOSTA S.U ....
lines are secure, and they lie across "a convoy of ships lying in an | and resenting effort to U hireli unlrred thnt imrtlea lie knnw lire'e.mlred hOKEECHOSEI . 44G'M 10:41: PM ..IIIMINONAM .SO 17.10

land, not across water The Germans East Coast port and loaded to the curb their any )OlIrllo', and t.i tlwunknown Hie their iiiieiirniice| III A.. MIAMI . 1.50'M 2:30: AIHIW OIlLlAN 11.20 20.20
authority or question
have massed with lend-lease material In thla court ull CHICAGO 1I.0S n.1OIou.
a gigantic am- gunwales I h" .iboie iiriHimlliiir
1 '
", ..
their rulings. f HIW YOU CITY 16.00 2.
ount of heavy artillery much of It was just about to sail for England. Ninety percent of the criticismand r. Ii..fnre IHiX\ the Lie. 7t uiiuiit h dny "u. nalih Keplemlicr.'A. incwtUiia I Lv.MIAMIArOKEECHOSEU . IOOOAM 200AM

taken from the Maglnot Line along Crated and packed in the holds of I III the f.ireclomiru nf a uiorttin . 2:10'M I:4OAM

the French Coast, and every pos those vessels were a large numberof abuse heaped on congress Is la upuii the anlil, ruil estate deacrlli-
brought about by the action. or lack lid Hi iollnwa: tu-wit ,
sible Invasion point I Ia a fortress.As brand new pursuit planes. Well From the Iliinc..k inrandi'T, oor T. B. NIX, Agent, STANDARD OIL SERVICE STATIO.PAGE .
I It the
on part of administrative !6.
I 10f -cll''il'
Knit; III" "
the decided it needed those tier on
military history proves again Army boards, committees, bureaus or Townihlti, M South Rnmie 33 *;".*.
planes immediately-needed them nl Mi Leiidon 1'iiliit ,
and again an over-water Invasionof commissions which "n Still aide .
have become ,' ,'klinand'T CellL
imU almm '
on the West Coast. Men of the runVnt un
enemy-held territory Is the most of
I the Frankenstein we know at"government" Him INI l feet to p.ilnt
difficult of martial operations-even Transportation Service boarded the '1'belie, North 0 ,He
Jn ll"W.. *' ::1.1 l fet't'rst
ships, unloaded the planes and te- *. t.
after their complete victory at Dunkirk Snlllll 11. iletfivea HI" Mat
::1:111: _
when British military power loaded them on railroad flat-cars I ---- -- i41v,3 ft to llniicntk uieun.er

was all but destroyed the Nazi Four and a half days later the line. "'h,',"'* ."lIth1: 3SJT''''Jrr'feet*" 1"1 to LarV, (R'trur [, I
IW.1J) r..t.Ilt
generals did not feel confident pursuit planes reached the West I },I":not.ant of iM'rflnnlnil, i"nia, ,10.11111

Coast and were rushed aboard ship 482 acre more or 1"8'1 11'I"1l I j
enough of success to make the at- In 11.'I'n\<".hll' v

tempt. The enemy positions must bound for Hawaii." iTsnillll.' f : : .t. 1'111) ..f ,
UNITED tata1fu
Flnrliln. .
be "softened" first by day and, This Is a war of movementandthe WARBONES ILM.'h,'''"" $OllliKIIKU o1''IIn. 'Ii.
I'oAM' !
perhaps weeks of artillery fire railroads are the heart and soul I,.' okiHi-h..e Ci.niily riiirlil, IhU

and guns do not exist which can of movement in the continental thu' :ltb use ROY' or Jllly.R. RAl1l.I'I\IION A IIllt' :. S

adequately shell the German positions United States. When the historyOf STAMPSIII' Clerk Circuit Court

from the British side of the American victory In this war By Hoihronla' 1'.'''...
Deputy Clerk. a .
Channel. As a substitute for artillery U .written the railroads will be given lieputjr Clerk.

dive bombers would have to i big and dramatic chapter. K'lrrult (Courl; II..I


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1 I I
1 Laughlln, Jr., son of Mrs. R. E. Olin Godwin brother of Oliver > FLORIDA TANNING INDUSTRY ::c; with blonde (If willing to Introduce -
McLaughlln J of Okeechobee stationed Godwin Mrs. H T. Scott, Mrs. I .\ POSSIBILITY IN TilE FUTURE ) no charge; with wife,

with Medical Detachment, Letterman Hulon Walker Mrs. Vernon Light IF TESTS ARE SUCCESSFUL ssmpathetlc glance from officers

Local Happenings : Hospital, San Francisco fcey and Tom Godwin of Okeecho- '! and employees.

California Entered the United bee. with field Artillery at Fort ,I Jacksonville Aug. 5. (FNS)-The 10.( Keeping- president or vice
'States Army In February 1941. Sill, Oklahoma. Entered service In'' possibilities of establishing a tanning president from golf game 10000.

Tune, 1941 industry In Florida are being V
EDITORIAL TELEPHONE NUMBER 80 Boatswain's Mate Second Class e e thoroughly explored by the Florida I The little done vanishes from the

-- --- Harold W. Wilkerson, son of Mr. Lloyd C. Lightsey, son of Mr. and State Chamber of Commerce. a -I sight of him who looks forward to
Mrs" Van Llghtsey Okeechobee I cording to a statement by Harold i what Is still to do,-Goethe.
------I.I and Mrs R H. Singletary of Ok- of i
J L Barber spent Sunday 1 HONOR, II I echobee, aboard the U. S. Battle- stationed at Norfolk, Va. with the I Colee executive vice president of I ---- --V
and Monday In West Palm Beach -a- 11 ship Nevada stationed somewhereIn United States Navy In the Signal the organization. r Christianity is the companion of

with Mr. Barber wfco Is employed I (Continued from pas 1) I the Pacific. Entered the United Corps Entered the Navy in April Florida packers and farmers <, liberty In all Its conflicts the
In the office of the United States I cradle of its Infancy, and the divine
Station' 1942 slaughter more than 173,000 bed j I
stationed at the Naval Air :States Navy In April 1937. ,
Engineers at Opaloka, Fla. Enlisted In the': I < rattle annually Colee said and re- j: source of Its claims-Do Tocque-

-0- United States Navy In December j j I Major Douglas Casselsof Private First Class LeRoy Chandler -, vealed that the U. S. Department !I vllle. '
-0- 1940. Sergeant son of Mr. and Mrs. Perry of Agriculture in Philadelphia at V
J. E. Browning, who has made | j Okeechobee, stationed with I I V
I | Chandler of Basslnger. stationed the request of the State Chamber
his home In Okeechobee for Headquarters Squadron 11th False pleasure will be, Is, chastened -
many Sergeant Julian Morrison son of I with the Medical Corps at Camp 1s making a laboratory study of I
years left this week for Pierce I Mrs. W. H. Russell of Okeechobee, placement Depot of General Re-I Murphy Hobe Sound Fla., Entered liquor now wasted in processing I ; it has no right to be at

where he will make his future home stationed at Fort Bennlng, Oa. He'|' Arthur's forces In Australia. service In January 1942. Florida palmetto fibre to determineIf I. peace,-Mary Baker Eddy
with his daughter. ,ed the Army In December 1941. V
i thIs liquor can be used In tanning :
enlisted! In the United States ArmyIn I I
-0- Private of Mr. hides. If laboratory tests are sue"essful. -
the Jack Paige son ,,
I i
summer 1940 The pursuit in which we cannot
Charles Minor and Charles Andrew J. Potter, son of W. E. will have all the
son and Mrs. S. C Paige of Okeechobee, Florida
Jr., and Carl Burner. Jr., of Clew- I j' Potter of Okeechobee, aboard the stationed with the United States essential supplies necessary for a ask God's protection must be crim-
Private Virgil Sutton son of Mrs. inal: the pleasure for which we
Uton were visitors spending some U S. Battleship Washington Enlisted with widespread
Army In Australia Entered service new tanning Industry -
Claudie Sutton of Okeechobee, statloned \ In November 1941. dare not thank Him cannot be Innocent -
time In Okeechobee Wednesday0 in December 1941 economic benefits In Colee's %
with the United States Army I -Richard Fuller.
t e e
somewhere In the Pacific He I opinion.
enlisted -
Elizabeth Reichert returnedto Private First Class George Reich- ; I
Private Merrill Hardy nephew of i -- -- V
In the Army In March 1941,
her home here Tuesday after I 'Ii II ert, son of Henry H. Reichert of Mrs. Chas. Hardy of East Okee- CITES IMPORTANT: NEW I
i stationed with the Infantry He who can at all times sacrifice
spending a week visiting relativesand SINKING REGL'L.TIOVSS
chobee in United States Army, en-
friends In Brooksvllle. i H. H (Sparky) Osteen, son of I I at Fort Benning, Georgia. tered service in 1942. pleasure to duty approaches sublimity -
Mr. and Mrs. H. Osteen of j
H. now
I Entered the Army In March 1941.I Pet 4. FNSi -Lavater.
lsburg. Aug
I i Fort Pierce but former residents of i .
Mrs. J. Louie Carter and little Okeechobee, with the United States !! I Vernon M King son of Mr. and i Jitoi roteman RBHS of "'Ihe'Florida V
eon, Louie Jr., left for Charles Raymond Harden, son of of
Sunday Mrs leer" official publication
Air Corps, Foster Field, Texas. En- |, W. J. King of East Okeechobee -
their home In West Palm Beach tered service In August 1941. the late Jesse F. Harden of Okee In Oun Crew aboard ship In t the Florida Ice Manufacturers' As- He who shall introduce into pub-
after spending last week In Okee- j] chobee In the United States Navy I I the United States Navy. Entered sociation, presents in his current lic affairs the principles of primitive
chobee with Mrs. Carter's I aboard the U S S. O'Bannon He I Christianity will change the
parents, Private James V. Cousart, son of I service In March 1942. Issue I the following amusing summary
Mr. and Mrs. W, B. Jennings.0 the late Jas. B. Cousart and Mrs. j I I entered the service in October of alleged "Important New face of the woild Benjamin

-0- Marlon V. Cousart of Okeechobee '' 1941. 1 i Private J. Murl Dalgneau, son of Hanking! Fee Regulations": Franklin.FQBMCTORY.

Bowden employed by the stationed with Medical Corps atj I I Mr and Mrs F. E. Dalgneau of 1. Entering bank: Front door'I I -- .- -- -
United States Sugar Corporation, Camp McCoy Miss. Enlisted In the Easslnger stationed with Medical <..">(0: Eack door 25c.
spent Saturday and Sunday herewith In April 1942. Private C. E. Kilpatrick, son of Detachment at Fort Benning Ga. 2, Spitting on floor: Plain 5c;
his parents. Mr. and Mrs. Basil Army I the late Mr. and Mrs. D. R. Kil- Fntered service In March 1941. obacco lOc

Bowden Bass of Mrs. patrick of Bassinger, stationed with ---------- -- 3, Asking for balance: $1.00,
Corporal son
Ray the Parartliut Infantry at Fort The most delicate the most sen-
-0- of Okeechobee. In Coast 4. Arguing about balance: In tr
Miss who Is Angle Bragg N. C. Entered service in sible of all pleasures consists In
Sylvia Bass, employed Artillery stationed at Camp Davis, 'Ml manner 50c; in quarrelsome
at Clewlston, spent Saturdayand N. C. Enlisted! In the service In January 1942. I i promoting the pleasure of others. manner $100; second time $250: BUY
Sunday In Okeechobce with January 1942. -Bruyere.I third time $300.Speaking( ; y

her sister, Miss Alice Bass Monroe Rogers son of Mr. and I 1 V >. out of turn: To UNITED
Mrs J. R. Rogers of Okeechobee Pleasure Is very seldom found y
Sergeant Lawrence Arrlngton, pitslclent $100( ; to cashier SOc() to
Mr. and Mrs. Ed Chandler and stationed with the United States where It Is sought Our brightest any vice president no charge 1 STATES
C. C. Okeechobee -
son of Arrington of
children of ClevUston spent Saturday In the Infantry with the United Army in Texas. Entered service In blazes of gladness are commonly 6. Leaning on teller's window, WARwWBcs

and Sunday here visiting States Army stationed at Fort July 1942. sPrivate 1 ;kindled'< by unexpected sparks one elbow SOc.: both elbows $l.OO.
friends and relatives. amurl Johnson 7. reduction of Interest -
Jackson, S. C. Enlisted In Army In Requesting
1941. Henry Prescott, son of merel/ rate on loan: In hopeless man-
Prof. M. O. Donaldson returned January Mrs. Martha Prescott of Bastlnger, I A life of pleasure, or ner SOc() ; in persistent manner 500.
his this week after stationed with Infantry at Fort chleilj of pleasure. Is always a poor
to home here Enoch Walker son of Mr. and 8. Telling Joke to official or employee STAMPS
Sill, Oklahoma. Entered service In and worthless life, not worth the
spending a month with Mrs. Hulon Walker of Okeechobee, I An original SOc( ; secondhand 1
and friends In Jefferson County April 1942. living; always unsatisfactory: in Its 300.
with the Submarine
now serving .
-aMiss Forces somewhere In the Pacific.He course always miserable In its end 9. Keeping rendevous in lobby(
Alice Bass, bookkeeper In enlisted In the United States Private First Class Lawrence Theodore Parker. With brunette SOc; with redhead

the local office of the Florida Power In --.. I
Navy May -
and Light Company, left Tues- -
day for Tampa, where she will I I
Private Woodrow Walker youngest -
spend a week with her sster, Mrs.A. son of Mr. and Mrs. J. HI: I

R. Hilton I Walker, Sr., of Okeechobee, now
4'h JUNK
serving at the Induction Station at

FOR RENT Furnished House. Camp Blanding, Starke, Fla. En- ,
Electric Lights and Water. Plentyof tered the United States Army In
room for chickens and garden. May 1942. ,
Price right. W. H. Russell.0 I I I
Private Robert C. White son of l ,$
Mrs. R. E. Hamrick returned to Mr, and Mrs. M. E. White of Okee Mleede 'i1 \ti5.g'fJ'sp::

her home here this week after chobee stationed with the United !) .1 E".. .-..... -
. spending a month with relativesand States Army In California. He I -

friends at Montlcelloo entered the Army In March 1942. I "

Mrs H. E. Clark, Mrs. W. S. John Relchert son of Henry H. i .,',' ,
Ward and Mrs. James O. Northof Relchert of Okeechobee. stationed. .

Live Oak arrived In Okeechobeethe with the Coast Guard In Maryland. N Jlr JI

first of the week and are Entered the service In June 1942. I ) .. _
spending the week here with their .

sister Mrs. W. H Russell at her Staff Sergeant Jake Relchert son

home on Parrott Avenue. of Henry H. Reichert of Okeecho I ;... I j,47T Ia-t7))

-0- bee, stationed with the United \ p .. 4.
Glenn Davis returned to his home States Marines somewhere In the ,I I i-1 I271

here Wednesday after spending several Pacific. Entered the service In y
weeks In California where he 1931. "What' it good for?"
visited his brother Hugh Davis. .

First Class Machinist Eugene M. "Guns, tanks, and maybe
---- -- - I
Hall, son of Mr. and Mrs. Reese
part a plane"In It w
Gilbert Theatre Upthegrove of Utopia, stationed jl""l
with the United States Coast Guard !

at Mobile, Alabama. Entered the -- ; 1111 :
OKEECHOBEE service In September 1939 f l
Q 1- .. 11i":..
Staff Sergeant Ralph Ming, son I ..." ,.-." "\- :/ .,/ l. .....
SATURDAYELLEN of Mrs Ida Ming of Okeechobee .OI Jor., y-\1.
stationed at Camp Croft, Spartens- .--

DREWin berg, S. C. He entered the Army

S July 1940( the attics and cellars cf 1ptly, the full rate of production

homes in tool sheds cannot be attained or increased; the JUNK MAKES
Private Robert Ming, son of Mrs. garages, ,
THE MONSTER AND Ida Mini of Okeechobee, now sta- and on farms, is a lot of Junk : necessary tanks, guns, and ships cannotbe FIGHTING WEAPO '
THE GIRLand the in Los produced.The .
tioned with Infantry
Angeles California. He entered the I which is doing no good where its : rubber situation is also critical. In .

Army In February 1942. but which is needed at once to spit of the recent rubber drive, there is lid' On old radiator I
I will provide
ROY ROGERSIn Jimmie Finger, son of Mr. and help smash the Japs and Nazis. a continuing need for large quantities of III scrap steel need. ,;
scrap rubber.Also for other waste materials .d for levtntren ,'
Mrs. G. C. Finger of Fort Myers
I and metals like brass zinc .30 calibre rifles //
SANTA FE but former residents of Okeechobee. Scrap iron and steel, for example. Old copper, OF
SOUTH United States Navyat lead, and tin.America .
Stationed with radiators
lengths of
pipe refrigerators
old l." mower will
Also: Ness & Comedy Norfolk Va.. garbage pails,broken garden tools... needs your active assistancein m..k h ,hflts I

I Private First Class R. B. Jerrell It may be rusty, oldscrap" to you, rounding up these materials. The I. Xn. << **., .
Junk which collect is bought by
son of Mrs T. M Jerrell of Okee- but it is actually refined steel, with
industry from dealers at estab- I
SUNDAY & MONDAYERROL I I chobee, stationed with pursuit most impurities removed-and can be scrap

Group at Murac Bombing Field at quickly melted with new metal in the lished, government-controlled prices. On.u8.le8l0Id iiiii..

FLYNN and Murac, California. Entered service form of pig iron to produce highest Will you help? tire will provide -.". y Vfty e
DB HAVILANDin *i much < f t. :
OLIVA 1942.
I Iin 1 February quality steel!for our war machines. First-collect all your waste material {IJ'.11II. rubber *i IIy. .. V j

Even in and pile it aced in 12 f J "
I Private Rufus O. Jerrell, son of peacetime our Nation reliedon g.imaiki. *
THEY DIED WITH Mrs. T. M. Jerrell of Okeechobee scrap to provide about 50% of the Then-sell it to a Junk dealer, give it .

THEIR BOOTS ON with Field Artillery at Camp Chaf- raw material for steel. Now production to a charity, take it yourself to the

1 I fee, Arkansas. Entered service in of steel has gone up, up, UP, until nearest collection point or get in touch j} On rnek old 4 hand ihovel grenades will help

Also: Late News & Novelty I March 1942. S I today America is turning out as much with your Local Salvage Committee. \ fj f'" ,

of steel all If you live on a farm, consult your
i Private Norris L. Jerrell, son
Coming : i Mrs. T. M. Jerrell of Okeechobee, cornbiped. County War Board or your farm implement MATERIALS NEEDED

with the Medical Detachment stationed I dealer.

One Foot In Heaven at Fort Oglethorpe, Georgia. scrap uncovered Throw YOUR scrap Into the fight! Scrap Iron and sttel. t
Entered service In January 1941.
Remember Pearl Harbor t Other metals of all kinds. i

. Private Roy Delmar Conerly, son f't This m.ag. approved by Coni.rverf n Division Old rubber I
Joan of Ozark i of Mrs. J. W. Conerly, Miami, formerly -

--- of Okeechobee, stationed at j 4; WAR PRODUCTION BOARD Rags, Manila rope, burlap bags. y
Wolters, Texas. He enteredthe
Camp j 7'1,,, oJvert;.. ,. Waste
Cooking Fats-sir.io
fflffl March t American Wvrfrtti SarV CommrM. into
WAIL LIST ,... .. ffl". ffl United States Army In ***
i 1942. i I / ( spr.a.etirrgar4wM' hundsprovid d6 y fr'OUfN oIleoJhg hJwIrlai COMtms.J large tin tin end when you get a poejnd or
Serg. Purmel Hargraves75th I 1 t I II more, ell to fata BMt deIer. I

.Base Hdq & Air Base Private James W Conerly, son of I NtCOU ONLY IN CERTAIN LOCAUTIUlWu ;
Mrs. W. Conerly, Miami, formerly -!" "' "'-* enel tin announced
J. L':. L ;' paper cent,a. locally
Squadron of Okeechobee stationed with I- ;; : '1" 4 '... : ..'L ., ,. .
NOT NHDCB at tU date I Paso bUd *-.We>.
the United States Army In Iceland.
Spence FieldMOULTRJE He entered service.In August,1941. C. A., FULFORD. Chm. L I
,"t V, j. DOMER .PJjone.SO "

V GEORGIA i Staff Sergeant'" Robert E.. Mc- ,. ', ,AL ,M. MARTIN
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1>0:0'--: : :":"!"!' :..:..;..>.;.A.;..:..;..;..:..;..;..;. ',\11\ have to be continued If receipts The Office of Defense Transpor- 'have broken the back of an elite THE ARMED FORCES

from Cuba and Puerto Rico are I' !tat Ion took over allocation of all force of Japanese bombers and The President signed a bill creating BICYCLESWe

Week of the WarKiiimnnry below expectations. new busses and froze all integral- I fighters assembled for the purpose the Women's 'Auxiliary Reserve .

Under rationing regulations persons j I type busses in the hands of manufacturers I Of driving them out of China. The In the Navy. which will be

1''III.m.nlo of 'Inrnrnmltun of tlie an WeeltM.idr theliniHirlunt owning more than one type Under the new plan. thu climax was reached July 30 the made up at first of 1,000 commissioned have a large stock of

.Itullulils? |by orilrliil "ftnnrre "vriter may dispose of their machines ODT will!! grant permission to buy ,I I' communique said when 17 Japanese officers and about 10.000 enlisted both the New Victory

to authorized dealers new busses only when the purchas- bombers and new type zero
:.:. :...-..:.-:..:..:..:..:..:..:..: -:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.-:. only ODT'': shot down. | members. He also signed a Bicycles and regular mod
agreement giving fighters Oen Mc.
>r to the procurement division of era sign an were I: bill to permit the CAA to train airplane

Price Administrator Henderson the Treasury. OPA said. The office authority to transfer the busses for'I announced allied planes conducted mechanics in its clvllan pilot els. Go to your local rationing -

announced that maximum: gasoline ruled all new adult bicycles are use elsewhere If transportation difficulties Arthur's Australian headquarter! training centers The Army has board secure a

pi'ires In the rationed area of the uhJect to rationing "even though develop. ODT Director raids on Japanese positions from I I I asked for tranlnn of 31.000 mechan- certificate.'aml will be

17 Eastern States and the Districtof hp;' may have been disassembled Eastman asked public Service Commissions Ambonla Island In the Netherlands Irs Selective Service Headquarters -

Columbia will be reduced 2"4 i\\ altered or the parts changed." of the States to make a East Indies to duadal-Canal Island I I Instructed SS local I boards to''[ glad to fill your needs.HUMPHRIES .

cents' a gallon beginning August B. VMR BOND PURCHASES nation-wide survey of local rail and In the Solomons.The Induct during August some men'

He also announced reduction of .I'lloles of War Bonds totaled bus passenger services to eliminate Navy announced the sinking ,I classified In 1-B with certain types

09 cents for kerosene. 1.1 cents on $'100.(101)( 000 second highest monthly duplications. War Production Chair- of four United Nations merchant' of physical defects 1 TIRE & RETREADING

distillates! and ]light heating oils amount on record and $150 million "'an Nelson said the WPB is study vessels by enemy submarines. V COMPANY
I |
and 1) cents a barrel on residual ibove June sales. Treasury Secre- ing the proposal of ship-builder TRIAL OF NAZI SABOTEURS I

fuel oils. tan Jlorganthau said. 1 j i Henry Kaiser to build 5000 large I C. A. FCLFOKD: IS I II Ij j South Dixie Highway Phone 139,
The Supreme Court rules that the .j
Mr. Henderson said the reduct lilt highest monthly total was rargo planes in converted ship I
charges preferred against the eight
10' made under the The Commission |
were possible lint of January when the amount yards. Maritime Nazi saboteurs allege an oflense'

repent agreement workd out by the ".' I reported U S. shipyards broke all
".'" i ono million Mr. Morgan- "which the President .
is authorizedto ------ '--
Office of Price Admlnlitratlons( the fhru quid the August quota has records in July as 71 new merchant C. A. Fulford! County Agricultural -
order tried before military
I a
Office of Petroleum Coordinator pi-n placed at $815 million. "Be vessels were put Into service making Agent has been appointed as Lieut. J. F Garland who has
commission that the
al1'he\ : Reconstruction Finance muse of seasonal variations In in- a total of 299 cargo vessels and commission a member of the Okeechobee Draft been the engineer in charge of the
Is !
lawfully constituted and that ,
the Defense the Board to succeed Cecil Holmes who construction of the looal
Ccrporatl ln. whereby i *i (distribution It would not be tankers produced during first the saboteurs held airport
are in "lawfulstody"
Supplies Corporation will absorb the practicable to establish monthly tun months of this year. I resigned three weeks ago. Mr. Ful here has been transferred to \the

extra transportatltn costs for movIng 'nuns' nt t a uniform figure of 1. THE WAR FRONTLt. The saboteurs were ford attended his first meeting of Jacksonville office and he and Mrs.

petroleum Into the Atlantic 'OO .OO.( he said.TRANSPORTATION. Gen Stllwell's China head- brought commission.again before the military I I the local board as a member last Garland left for that city this

Seaboard areas.Commerce qual' .*l' rep lrted U. S. airmen night. week.

Secretary Jones repotted ,-- .-.- --

the Defense Plant Corporation -

will finance a two-point program .

to convert existing steel dry- I NOTICE: \! I
cargo barges Into tank barges to II.E'TI ( ? .

transport oil. and to Improve existing -

Inland waterways. The Bureauof rHTOKAS The Legislature of 1941. form of Indebtedness .
Issued tot
under the Constitution of 1885. of the and road existing provision ot the Constitution tiou POD*, nation and regulation 01 the territory embraced in tni
Mines estimated the National State of Florida. did PAM 8 Joint ipeclal bridge road purposes by any county or relating to Amendm.nto. but shall be the 0!rJ.i. game lur bearing anmrtla aid Election Precinct nlml
Resolution other and bridge district or regarded a* &1 additional m.tho and Irvsh wutei fish 01 the State 01 to 82 inclusive. and 23 to nand .
for proposing amendment
gasoline demand July. August to special taxing district outstanding Amendment
Florida and the acquisition eI..1 uh- such of Elect
the Constitution of the Slat th.ret except parts i <
and September will fce about 17 per ida, and the same were agreed of to Flor by on lames July thereof.lit 1931.Said or any Board refunding 1941.Approved Oovernor May 1 ment control and man Tcmen' of cincts numbered 56 60 and 61
Hatcheries stii. "janes refu,|i" e ervntioni east of the western Short 01
less than In the correspondingperiod a vote of three-fifth of aU the shall have the f
cent mem Statutory power. of Filed In nte. Sect ol Statt May 1 and all other orni: now Bay.
bees elected to each home: tbat the Board* of County: Commissioner and 1941 or hereafter l
the owned
last year, eliminating otM on eald Joint Resolution were Bond Trustees and 01 any other or used suclipurposes Another ot the laid Comnrn
by the State ol Florida, shall
necessity for a large winter accumulation entered upon tbelr respective Journals. Authority of ipeclal road and bridge A JOINT RESOLUTION Proposing be vested In 9 Commivu Ion to be Districts .hal comprise the ten. ,
with the :yea and nays thereon and district and other special taxing dis an Amendment to Sixteen or known a. the Uame and Fiesa Water which the lit day 01
of stocks. they did determine and direct that trict thereof with regard to said the utlon of AUel. by adding fish Commi'ji'Qn 1941. embraced in Commissioner
Cr omission
CONSUMER SUPPLY AND the mid Joint Resolution' be sub bond, (except that the power to levy .Const additional Section Permitting hall con,l.t. of five members one trlct No 2.. described. In Book
mitted to the electors of the State at ad valorem taxea 1* expressly withheld the to vent the Powersof from each district of the Minutes ot the County e
MAXIMUM PRICES the General Election In November from said board I and shall take overall Llol"tur Regu'ailons!' Re n x'.thii" on .0nlr.lonnl, I who & mI.- Jon.r ot said County: at pa>>
President Roosevelt Issued a 1942.NOW. paper documents and records tbe Conservation of bolt he appointed Go1-nor anal) et In seq the except the t.rrltor em --
THEREFORE! : I, R. A GRAY concerning the same Said Board Water Flul and Salt Water Product.in ti confirmation bv "l donate Thei EI.eton Pre
statement that every user of fuel Secretory of shall have the power from time to Board numbered 24 ana U
State of the itt* of a or COluml..I.n i Tiber" in nnno'nu'c i shall annually F'ectlon' 1
and oil the East Coast Florida do hereby Rive time to ISMJC refunding bonds to ma .: I ir-t oie 01 membe nUMber 10
heating on : notice that I BB IT RESOLVED BV THE LBCHsLAIl'HE 1011 as Choirrnnn east of the western ilinre M
ture within the laid fifty IJO
> year ir the 1
"should the fact GENERAL ELECTION OF THE STATE Of FLC"tIOt CoiuuitMlon
face realistically I period for any of said outstanding
will be held In each bond Interest That Article Sixteen of the Con- 2 The\ tint members ol the Comi BayThe
count In Florida or thereon. and to secure Count Com ntsMonerhall ,
that there cnn be no guarantee that on T-tesdiv, next them tutlon of the State ot Fu' Ji '> 'i -i' null be on Janu- be
succeeding the firs by a pledge of anticipated elected in Dade Count
he will get enough oil even to meet Mondnv In November A. D. 1942 the receipt* from such gvollne or other amended Section b> adding be known thereto un additional l- for V i I j43. and hfP serve respectively general election: In 19'2 shall ho
tald Tuesday being the fuel taxes to be distributed to .Section one two four and five flee for the
to such of
his minimum needs." Petroleum Coordinator I 12 of said Article 18 author- the MMrs. At the expiration of each of veal
countv herein which
THIRD DAY Or NOVEMBFRfor : as provided but not Legislature to vest the "vh they shall nave been c
Ickes asked all sellers of at a greater rate of Interest than said< powi'r 01 mikm term. a succersor shall be ap- and their term' of fflce shn'''
the ratification or rejection of ? rules and regulation1- v f* I to serve for
the 'bonds now bear; and to Issue .011!! or Jinted a term of five be affected bv this amendment
fuel and heating oils In the East said Joint Resolutions proposing exchange on behalf of any county or conM'natlon of salt water li-h "inn I years tliercnfter there shall be In
I amendment to the Constitution if unit for the sole of salt water products In o board or commission 3. The member of the Commission the ep
to purpose retiring established
their customers to by
request convert the State of Florida. viII be and the same Is h""oby Dt.trlct ai
laid bonds 'bulled by such county, or .hlll rceiv eomp.natlon for their thl amcndm
oil burners to the use of coalor A JOINT RESOLUTION Proposing special road and bridge district. or the agreed to and 'h31 be .uh'n,<' j to Commit County Commt.lone who slinl
other available an Amendment to Article Five of the other special taxing district thereof.. 01 Suite ol Florida honor shall receive hi* necessary traveling In his who b
fuels The Office for rat. 'atlon
.1 or rejection
at the .hal
Constitution of Florida by: Adding gasoline or other fuel tax anticipation or other eHpn..s Incurred while ted ind elected from Ci'Lerte
General Election
of Solid Fuels Coordinator reported (thereto an ddltlonal Section Retains I certificate bearlncr interest at not first to be held on the engaged In of hh Of. Ci-erv County Commlvl"
to the Election of Cirr, I more than three ((31' To.day if'cr the f'-it Monday ritual but such shall not '.lde
bituminous coal stocks In lit ludget per cent tier annum 'n W i. follows: I dutle. exceed Countvho shal be sic'
I I IT RESOLVED BY THE LEGIS In such denomination and ma- "Section 32 The I tu turn of S6O.O In anv one the 194 am?
storage In the U S. Increased an OF THE STATP OBIDA turing at such time within: the nifty vest In suchBoird ;IIBtur. may I year 1tte thai': ho'' office a tr '
t ISO) year period aj the Board or Commlalol.now 4. Among the powers granted to the tr years Tho
That Article S of the \ition of may created oo"er.. dut
estimated thai
11.750.000 tons In June to or may: Commission
the State of Florida determine In addition to uerol"lnt by this Section shall be Compensation of such County '
by by It, authority to ke and
a near all-time record. The Office adding thereto an "id" ',ni Section the powers now provided bv intute rule and !j .tbl.h the power to fix bag limit and to fo"n mlaBloner shell.. be a. from r
and .
for the Investment of sinking funds r.IItlo' closed seasons, on a statewide '--
said consumer stockpiles however. to be known as Section 44 nf said to uinifor ".; ol application relating regional >na oro'Ir-
laid Board or local basis, It
may use the linking funds u nnv
relating to the Election of Clr- to the ff : of
ton salt water fish find to be
created for said bond of appropriate and to regtiiat'the 1941
continued Insufficient to provide emit Judges be. and the same Is hereby any county and snlt wn product I
to manner and
or special road and method of taklni
bridge district
adequate protecton against possible agreed the electors\ to and ot shnll the State be submitted of Florida to other unit hereunder to purchase the or 1941 Approved the Governor, June 12 transporting, storing and using bird 18 f.

shortages during the Fall and Winter for ratification or rejection matured or maturing bond. participating Filed office nine fur bearing animals. fro.in water ,
at the n Secretary of State
n.nA.a'. ....... "'.ft"ft...... .. k._ _, __ herein of any other County or Tune reptile and amphibians ThlOmrn"nlon .
-- w.n M' u un "'. nth s.nn'.1 M." .n" ...."' .. .........,. 12 1C41 snail also nave the power
first Tue. firet c an A'I
div after the Monday : -- to I I .it .
In or other o'p'cl" taxing district thereof acquire bv plreh".e gift all prop- X of the .. .. .
The OPA established a wholesale November 1942. as follow: provided that a.s to laid matured A .OIN RESOLUTION Proposing rty necessary, or convenKnt 'I lating to Homestead" .C"I ui 1'iorlda Re

ceiling price on milk and cream "S c'n> 46 CI'.1I11tdll.. shall bonds the value thereof M an Investment Al it to Article 7. Section 3. for the use of the Commission in the a* to Permit the Wage and .ExemptIon
her fter be elected bv the quallfed) shall be the price paid therefor M the C..P i" ,tltutlol of the State of 'vcrclse of its pnwer hereunder j.o fr' m Salary or
sold In bottles or paper containers. elector of their. respective Judicial which shall not exceed the nar "'alie i o-r-i: ( : Census and Ap. 5. The -? .h,1 appoint Due to soc Pnr-on aDV the soiir-e Fiend Whatsoever
at \the distributer's highest March circuit as on'" "tate and Counts pills accrued Interest and that said ort M -t. by Amending Section 3 Cut the salary of. and NeAolro remove ily us Provided Therein tn of a be Fam Tho
official are <* Investment shall bear Interest of mid Article ao to a suitable person as
at the Deslgnat Dirctor Subject of
level. The action waj taken to present The flnt r Circuit Judges rate of three f 131 per cent ocr annum nrouprd County a* a md such Director shall euch tent of not Oonl"mott' to the F-:-

a price "squeeze" on milk retailers ball be r.eln' nerol Election leI. The said Board shall annualh' tr'-t! n. In 19-48 .. ar'l 1 Oull County a Senatorial Dli- 11 thl Commls'lon In mirnnnc" ,f .
to i. o on the first use said fund In each cotntv account 8 iv Law the I of
by some milk distributors. Tuesday. after the first Monday In first to pav current pi.uctpa: rltBr Director ts di'tlen under this Section Such "'V Ob'lpntlons: Ar bv Pv"1.. or

The Office set a ceiling price of January WO for a term of *ix year and Interest maturing. If any of said IT RESOLV BT THE LKOI3MLTE of the Commission shall subject. to the nnproval 'mpllcd Cpntrn-t insentient< !to the
Tbe terms of all such olftce as the bonds and gasoline or other fuel ti> OF FLORID anpolnt fix the Adoption 01 this AmTidment and
four cents a pound for waste kitchen hall severally exist at the time! 01 anticipation certlfito! of such coin- r1. ."' the following amendm-nt to ,ilni-.M of and at. pleasure remove Further Provld'ni' Kxempfloni thcic-

fats now being sold by housewives adoption of this Amendment shall be ty or special road and bridle district on 3 of Article 7 of the Con- hnli sB'atinu.have and such oth r emp'oveea who in discs it In' .. of L.th u
and they hereby ',i'u.lon of the State of Flo-da relative t and duties as Twentv-flve
are extended to terminate or other spo-ial taxing, be"sl< p. Dola-! net Week Ef" '
In the salvage program, anda on the first Tuesday after the district thereof; second to establish to Censu and npportlo iment may med bv the Commission i' to Necei tics 01 Life as Mar ",
first Monday In January 1949" a sinking funr .' rteniirnntlng Broward County the or the Director No Commieutu'inr i.flncd jy the
ceiling price of five cents a poundfor account to m. 'hnll be cllnlhle for Le"lsl.tur*
nv such
l.'rty-nlnth ((391) e
Approved by the Governor June 12 future requirements of said bond and Sonu'orla strict 6E IT KEfOLVED
I"') n--lent : BY
or -
the sale of the same fats from 1941. jTollne or other fuel tax anf-'nv" 11 and, Calhoun County 8 The funds en'1:0ymelt" ( from the .Tl'RB OF This "TATB! 'TH1 LO' '
Filed In office of of State rtlfIrate where It the the fortieth 1401 Senatorial District That! FUrI
Secretary the
meat dealers to renders. I appears an- operation of the Commi, 'ion and from follawliiR '"' -
June 13 1941. clpated Income for any v.or or ieirn 'e and the same .1. hereby awed to "n. arlrrlnlsiratlon of the Ion I Article X of the Corst" .
|lows and ": i
Price Administrator Henderson will not equal scheduled Dn'.meatl .d shall be submitted to the electors Florida
If authorlrlna
.yuiIions : rhe ,
oertnlnin" birds a'i'i'"aent 'i
I M the State of Florida for game
established a sixty temporary A JOINT RESOLUTION Proposing hercon-: and thIrd. anv remnlnln" "\1. rAtl'catlon, fur bearing animals! 'r,' h W'tt f'h.'eptt'es of shy w!"* .n''v ot In" .
"r rejection at the General'
an Amendment to Article IX of the once out of the proceeds of laid two E"'tlon nnd nmnhlbliv > f'"u" w'th ,."re .'nt' 'IT'01 'ho ,i" I',. ?IT'IV !
ceiling on wholesale and retail I Constitution of the State of Florida (f2c> cent of said tnxe shill mpn'V11* 'e held on the first Relating to Taxation and Finance bv during the year be remitted bv n'd' Monday In November 1942. as'ollows -: of 31, 'h r-of
lamb such O'lrPGse shn' r'T.T'M'frt th he the
prices at the 0"0 "e'n
highest levels Adding Thereto an Additional Section board a* follow: Eighty i8O'i w : State Grime Fund fli'd ,'. "'I] be ns-d !I" 'ri: ',,' .' ":. "I' ,'.1 ,". I'I' <.,' ..
charged by each seller during the Creating a State Board ot Administration cent to the State Road Deoirtmr for Section 3. The Legislature that shall ')y the Comtni' !lon! i 0' ," -h->tl 1 d"m I jltted to the N eor 01 the Prescribing lIe Power andDuMes. the construction or recontra""on 01 meet In regular session A D. 1925 and 'It In cnrrving flu,* the nrovl-ton 'he Genemi I '.. of Rene n' !.
period July 2731. The temporory and Providing for the use ot State! Ronrts and bridges lt"T! fie those that .hAI meet every ten years hereof mid for no other nurnonea Thomml'nion ives In 19-M for their annro..1| 01 rrctlon --

celllhg: on lamb prices. effective Proceeds of Two Cents per Gallon of county. or for the lease or pursue thereafter apportion the renre- mae not obligate Iticit : l Is 8"c' on II'rren i
the Gasoline or Other Motor Fuel Tax of brldzwt connecting Stnte h'.'h\" H tentatlon In the Semite and shill 'evon'l' the current resources of the 'iii i.IAx be tosndth1a\ add
August 10 places every major meat for ill) the Payment and Retirement within the Counts and twen": ("" 1 provide for forty ((40| Senatorial Dlstricts. ittitn Gams Fund unless sneclftcallv the followln' ecUon. '

Item except poultry under government nf All Outstanding Bond* Issued By ocr cent to the Board of Coun-v Con- such Dtr'cts! to bo as neirly '0 .ai'Kwfed hv the Legislature Section 1-A That! the>
Any County or Special Road andBridge "."i-lnnor* of such county for use on equal In population prictleinle 7 The I,,"".'a"ire m 'v enact anvns rnues find Income from onlal
price regulations. The OPA District Prior to First Day of oath and bridges therein but no County shall be divided In in aid of hut net Inconsistent hatsoever due and any I..
said Armour and Company. Swift I July A 0 1931. for Road and Bridge Id) Said Board shall have the making luch apportionment, and 'vlh. th' nrovlsloni of this amend- Come due and owing to or i'
I Purposes and for (2i| Public Highway power to make and enfo-c a'l !r'l"" och District shall have one Senior: and all exlstinn laws IncovlsthTewlth 'hn is thheed owlnl any r
and Company and Wilson and purpose and regulation necessary to the full irovldpd that Bronard County Flor- not shnll no Inn".r remain' n Ih. State shall a family r"M
be the ,
Company Inc., have agreed to sub BE IT RESOLVED B7 THE LEGISLATURE exercise of the powers hereby grun'dnnd '1a. shall constitute the Thirty-ninth. 'n force And effect All laws flxln" nrnUliment In the courts nihipct 01 tl'>t
no legislation shall be reunited< to 9th) benatorlal District and Calhoun -
OF THE 'rATsoF FLORIDA penalties for the violation of the pro Hate be .
mit for auditing the sales recordsof render this amendment of full fo-ce County: Florida and Gulf Coiin- ma orovldcd bV" >
That the following amendment to "Ilon of thin amendment and c'l 1 lel. he eH er not nve than 2'1ich
and owrnting effect from and after 'V florida shall constitute the For- .
licence tax s. ahoM be .
all their branch houses for the Article of the Constitution ot the Imnolnl en- snlnry w.i" s and Incom' to-
'miarv lot 1913 The Le"htnure I 'h (40) Senatorial District: and at
State ot Florida relating to Taxation | the Legislature from time 'he pavment of
purpose of refunding to their cus- and Finance by adding thereto an additional hall continue the levies of said taxes the lime time the Legislature shall to: time express or implied ohliintlons contract arts'vy ,t>hi ".
luring tho life of also the
th innortlon In
section known uSee. Amendment representation A by the Governor May 5 vi'quent i | to the
to oe adoption ,
tomprs, wholesalers and retailers npro"P ot th
and shall not inlet any law having fie House of and
tion 16 of laid Article IX creating R.or..ntaty. ""cndment provided
all charges made in excess of the State Board of Administration: ore a I*p effect of .hd.'nll th* nroc .' hi" allow thre 1941! .' lo office Sect of State Mav he Le'lslature, shall not however extend thi'thi
"f alcl to e""h of
twr (2cl cent of laid tv five most populous
maximum prices for beef and pork. j'I I icnbmB lie powers and duties and from th" operation of the amendment "ount".. and two (2) Renresen-atlvei 1 1 194 'i"ht/ where of garnishment as herein proIdcd .
providing for the use of the proceeds the snlnry 1 I" 9ag 00 or ]lees"icr
The Board shill to e'a of the next eighteen more
pay refunding
President Roosevelt told his press tt two cent gallon of the gasoline week except to necessities .
per "xnensea and other expenses for uerv1 no"" counties and one Represen- A JOINT RESOLTJTION Proposing! of llf
conference there are three reasons I or other motor fuel tax for I ill the rendered 'pec'fi-iilv for or w."-h tK"to each of the remaining counties an Amendment to Anne VI! of the may the (from' tme to time be defiia'ei'iv
for payment and retirement ol all out pre nronerlv ch r the current Aoproved ,
meat shortage In standing bond Issued by: any: count of anv county from funds distributed aJlrtlonment. Should the Legislature Relating to County and Municipal 941 the Governor June I'

the East and some MidWesternstates or ipeclal road and bridge district to such count: but general expensesof the representation In Governments.
1131 prior to for the mad First Day of July.: A. D the Board for service rendered all the donate and In the House of Representatives BE IT ENACTED BT THE LFOISLATUPB 11.FI.d 1941. In otc. Secty ol State June

: and bridge purpose the counties alike shall be prorat :i at any: regular session of OF THE STATE! OF FLORIDA
(1 It is the oft season for beef. and. for (2) publlo highway: purpose among them and paid out of said he r ..'.lat\r. at any of the time That the following amendment to Ar- -
I hereby agreed to and shall be *ub* funds on the same basis, said tax proceeds h-rein deH" .-l. it shall be the dutyOf 'lcle of the Constitution of the A JOINT RESOLUTION Proposing
<2 People have a good deal mltted to the elector of the State of are distributed among the several the Legislature or Legislature iuccecdlng State VII Florida relating to County the Amendment of Section 16 of Ar-

more money with which lo buy Florida for ratification or rejection at Counties.; provided. report atold .lch reoi-'ar session of the and Municipal Governments. to be icle XVI of the Constitution ol Florid .
the next General Election to be held expenses shall be mad" tn each 'e'l. ", <'n Special or Reirular numbered Seclton 11 of said Article *. Relating to Taxation of Property
more and better cuts of meat. In 1943 a* follow: Regular Session of the Legislature,
(3 This country has around 4.- "Section 16 (al.) That beginning and, the Lertsla'iir may limit the expense In tho P,"..e and In the VII. shall submitted to the electors ttons for Rel'glou! Scientific Municipal .
January 1st 1943 and for fifty nOt of the Board '* Hone of Represent1! a* herein ol the State for ratification or Educational Literary, Fraternal
000,000 men under arms for whom year. thereafter the proceed of two Approved bv the Governor May 13 "rovlcted The pw ."m. regular Federal rejection at the next general election or Charitable Purposes

meat supplies must be DO) cent per gallon of the total tax 1941. or regular State Cep'us. whichever to be held In Novemb. 1942. to-wit: BE IT RESOLVED BY THE LEQI3LATUPE -
prepared levied by: the State law upon gasolineand Filed In office Secty: ol State May shall have been ..f"n nearest Section 11 County Commissioner OF THE STATE or FLORIDA
months in advance. Mr. Rooseveltsaid other like product of petroleum. 13 1941 any aoportlonment of P'.T"ntatlve* of Dade County who be Section 1. That the following
DOW Known a* the Second Go Tax. I In the Senate and In the House of elected at the general election.hal 1942 amendment, to Section 16. of Article
the people will have to expect and upon other fuel used to propel. A JOINT RESOLUTION Proposing 1enre'efltatlve*. "hn'l\ rr'n"ni, In makng chili Immediately after the beginning XVI of the Constitution ot the Stat

new shortages from time to time motor vehicle, shall a. collected be'' an Amendment to the Contt'tutlon of enph annortonm! Tn the event nf their terl of office, redlstrlct of Florida relating to taxation of

placed monthly ndl.nlnt 'State Road : the State of Florida to be known .. the legislature, shall fill to rcannor- Dade five County Com'sslonen property of corporation with certain
because "
that Is part of the price of Distribution. the State TressI Section 3 of Article XVII Relating to "on the representn'lon In the Le llntvr District to be numbered exemption for relglol. aelentllo. municipal .
winning the war.FARM I and divided Into three ill equal Amendment M renulred b. thin amendmenth hv he said Commissioners from one lera,
cart which shall be distributed BB IT RESOLVED BY THE LEGISLATURE Ooverror .hsl| wlth'n 'Mrtv 'v- 'r> fi'... respectively and delineate the or charitable pur po. and the
INCOME monthly among the wveml counties fter the 11mirnm"nt' of the rv"r "n""d'rl. of such In such same Is hereby agreed to. and shall
During the first half of 1942 cash I a* follows'One That 'Ao*lcp> call the legislature to' e'"erIn -.i' 5, to the ye.eet've be submitted to the elector of th
part according to area one part the following Amendment.. to .." ." session to ennnlderh ..'. territory as follows'Wis State of Florida, for ratification or
income from farm marketings to according to population and one part be known a* Section 3 of Article XVIIof ."ordln.of reannttlonm.nt end ( of 1''rl.t., Commissioner Dls.Mots rejection at the next general electloo

according to the counties' contributions the present Constitution be and -'" h extraordinary lemlnn of the f ct- srwn ro".">r' the to be held In 1942: that 1 I. to lay that
hUed $5,773 million compared with the same I* hereby agreed to shall be trltor
j I to the cost of State road con- '.Idttir' 1. hereby mandntorlly reouire'lr.qnnrution which was OP th. 1st day the said Section 16 of Article XVI ot
14012 million In the same period nructlrn in the ratio of distribution submitted to the elector of the State >r> the rnr..ent | a* provided In Chanter 1S 39. Law of at the general election of Representatives Peqalirwi h. this sinanr're.nt b'/"... .< tiVTihci-ert ?. tn 'inelunlve. ida be amended .. to read u
last I to be held In the A. D. 1942. 1
the I year
year Agriculture Depart- Florida. Acts of 1931. and for the pur- "t* Adlou.n".nt end mulch e.tranrd|l. and also" i'ch na"s of Section rolowa:
merit reported. Income from pops DOM of the apportionment based on MM BWnn "O enll. I the counties' contribution for the 3. U at any: regular or .pedal .> corporation
oha1 not be li'nl'e'1 to enlrehe '1 ea.t of the western "'nr. of nishv except the property of a
was up 36 percent and Income from coal of State road construction the 01 extra session the Leglalature twenty davy or at all not"eesmvirtlortrnent I oil as ."I'.d|' hv a re opf corporation which shall construct a
livestock products was 48 percent amount of the contribution estah.I by: vet's of three-fourth of all memo Is effK"1 snH *h.11eonsltler I '-'e.'i'ni the Cn'e. *V r' imi.'l I Itshed by the certificates made In 1931 ber elected to each House shall determine no business other than such I i* -ilcl mime" adopted Viveher n'a of Florida. If Legislature
greater. The Department laid a I mtnuant to laid Chapter 1MJ9. ball that an emergency requiring '.,twirtlppmentApproved > ''-designated a* Resolution t ihotild so enact. whether heretofore
be taken and deemed conclusive In an early decision by the electors of the T. 1W7Anoth- nr h.r..11.r Incorporated be *ublect -
record volume of marketings Is expected by: the Governor. June .hR1
i :omputlng the monthly amount dl.- State exist, an amendment to this 1941 .T of the sail nt-'rl.t.l vhdl to taxation imlen property
in the latter half of 1942. rrlbu'able according! to sail eontrlbu- Constitution dealing with the subject Filed |in office of Secretary of State "omnrlse the territory. and only the b* held and u-.d tn the extent of at
i ions Such fund so distributed shall matter of such emergency: may be proposed least one-fourth thereof .
Tune C 1941A territory which w a on the lot day fo religious
Total cash income from farm mar-
be rrlmlnlatered bv the State Board of and If the pronoaed Amendment nf Aorll '041 embraced In r<,immi -.I.ntlfl. municipal .. literary

ketlngs during 1942, Including government Artmtnlitratlou .. hereinafter pro- be agreed to by a three-fourths vote JOINT RESOLUTION! ronoslng I sloner Wstrlct No. 4 and Commla. .. fraternal or charl'nhl' pur.
will Vld.dIbl of all the member elected to each an Amendment to Article IV of the dtonci District Nn 8 a* described In pose* Provided however this amendment
payments probably The Governor M Chairman the House the same shall be entered upon Constitution of the State of FlorHaHelatlvs nOOk. of the Minutes of the County shill not affect the provisionsof

exceed $14,500 million. the report "nte Treasurer and the State Comp their respective )Journal* with the yea to the Exee tl. n-nirtment, Commissioner." of laid County atDa" Section 12 and 1 of Article D
iler ihall and nay thereon Thereupon. at the \
constitute a body cor. : | of the Constitution ( Florida
e Adflln In4
thereto Additional Sec. et see :
said. ,.rate to be known .. the''Stat. same session the Legislature shall an
provide to Create a Game and Fresh Another of the) civil Commlwlonera' Aoproved by the Governor June 11
n'rd of Administration. for a special election be ton
which Board to held
RATIONING Fish Commission" Dlstrlcu shall comprise! the
'h'li succeed to all the flower, control not usa than ninety nor more than t.rrltoMhl.b 1941.Filed
TT RUSOTVim BT TTTT tWITS- the first day of Anvil In
The outlook for obtaining sugar sod authority of the n'afi'ory Board on. hundred eighty dave after adjournment 81 OP 1941. we. In Commissioners' District June It. otO Sr.t" 0 State
nt Administration Said Board and for publication ot 'TP STAnOPPORIA .mbre 181
Caribbean has In "F"
supplies from the Dane, la addition to such shallI I notice thereof at which special elec, aArticle A d."I BI The vote cast in compliance with

"taken a turn for the worse" because may be conferred unon It by law. the tion the proposed Amendment shall at RUte of I"V Florida of the Constitution the of the nf the minute of o rm>0"I aid proposed Imendment. and the
rnanacement. control and supervision submitted to the elector ,ot the rlltl.t be. .1.loDe. "nr. a .A.n. d.elaratlna return
of submarine' warfare and 1 of'the proceeds of said two lid cent for approval or rejection; provided tive Department addlnl theto t eeo, .al toto whichwan I th..f. to the lame
additional day 1941.
the amount of shipping diverted to of Mid taleS and all moneys and other, that If a general election of Itepreaentatlve -, loetOl known a I on the r..llallon. and restriction H are pro
I Section 30 Article TY. In Flection Precinct num
... .,,, 1 to creating sided by law for
.11I .b on the effective date of occur within paid pined ombrae general election In
war purposes the OPA said. The thl* amendment are applicable or mayberome : such Amendment shall b. submitted I Gam b and. Fresh Water Pb Commission I.r to n Inclusive ....tb. '1. State of PoldaI
aforesaid Resolution
and the
sims hereby by
office asked sugar refiners In Louisiana applicable to the bond of the I to the elector at ncfe general erec agreed to and than be nibmlttod to 107T. '!: WHEREOF. _

several enanttee of thla State, or any tloa.U. the Hector State AnotK ol the said District* shall .. hereunto set my hand
of Florida *
and Texas not,to.,.ship sugar ipeatal seed aDd bridge district or a majority of the eteotor .ottnt i c h which was on and affixed the Great of
other IPMUU tulni district: thereof, the ro ,tln.I. r .! th"t" Sal
markets In Indiana, Illinois and I upon proposed AffiendoMnl shall tmp 1M1. embrace the State of Florida .
least 1 Issued prior to July 1st. i5t for road I adopt the Ainradmeat. the *une dud I first Tiumtay after he Moadajr 'la OommkMtonen' District No. 3. IEAL lahassM. the Capital till the
Ohio until at September an4 brtdire purpcsM The I become a pert II to* th "N day August.
1DehI- II OoMtltvtl, In MosremiMf a* described hi Book T" of cii. c A. O. 1M2.
because ft a shortage In their home bond-Bond* time a* u4 herelm *k41 ThIs Am-eMit M W 8cttM M 11.From and sfl er JMuary nf the County OmiiiiilestoiiiM Inut. ..ORAT.
warrant note
Bad I
states. OPA said these restrictions .upen I ayw aB n 1. 1M1 the management. ." County M .. iq deep 8t atPAGE Slits.