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 14, 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 28-Number 8 Okeechobee, Florida, Friday, August 14 1942 Price Five Cents

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MEN IN SERVICE The local post of the American Was Largest Yet Held Here And The Dally Vacation Bible School ,i itvlll MEN r IN! SERVICE

Legion has been asked to collect begin at the First Baptist

EDITOR'S NOTE.-We are very all old phonograph records to be ; Cattle Brought Rest Price To Date* : Church Monday afternoon, August Lieut and Mrs Chas L. Rau-

anxious to have the name and ad- sent to the men In the army and 17 at 2 o'clock and will continue lerson and little daughter Lynn,

dress of each boy from Okeechobee navy both here and abroad. u At the livestock sale held at the each afternoon from 2 to 5 o'clock spent Saturday and Sunday In

County who is In the service of his Post Commander L. W. Rlgsbee COUPLE WED AT FORT PIERCE stock pens of the Dixie Cattlemen's I for eight days. The commencement Okeechobee visiting friends and

in order that list Association here of I, 'Mil]] be Thursday evening August
country this maybe I I I says the quota for Okeechobee on Thursday relatives and
attending to business
complete If you have not already County has been placed at seven Miss I I last week a total Of 302 head was I27!I in the church auditorium at Lieut
Fort Pierce Fla, AUg, 8. I Raulerson Is with the Quar
turned In the names of all hundred and, at the meeting of the Flizabeth Juanita Palmer 219 N.I!| sold and ,brought a total of $799482 8:30: I, termaster Corps of the United

of your relatives who are In the Legion Wednesday night the local from fifteen buyers who were hereto We are looking forward to one States
Second St. and Aubrey W, Lyn ; Army and Is stationed at
Army, Navy or Marines, please do I post voted to raise that amount. don, who is an instructor with ,'.I buy for their firms This is the of the best schools we have ever I I Hobe Sound.

so at once so that our list will be In discussing, It Mr. Rlgsbee said I the Fifth British Flight Training I largest number of cattle sold since had. There will be conduct stories, .

complete made the of the six weeks choruses, Bible drills, work
that arrangements had been married I| opening pens memory
I at Clewlston were Word has been received here
whereby those who had old records I ago and brought the largest amount handwork and an illustrated Flan- by
here 1.1 I I I '
I a simple ceremony Aug I(I friends that Clark Hancock who
Corporal David W. Cassel. Jr., and wanted to donate them for use of money which shows that the nel-graph story each day. All I
Flem Dame I
County Judge C per- left Okeechobee
son of Mr. and Mrs. D, W, Casselof by the boys in service they could sales are growing larger all of the children between the ages of 4 and : Camp Blanding
office at
I formed the rites at his with
the last bunch
Okeechobee, stationed with the leave them at Park Drug Stole J. time Cattle were brought here 16 are Invited to attend, all }'OU'I1ped of selectees, Is
(I the courthouse and the attendants j I
United States Army Air Corps at H McCranle and H. W. Hutto and of from Fort Pierce Canal Point Pa- is to come and bring your I!I confined to the hospital at that
and Louis Parson
I were Mr. Mrs I I I! camp suffering from leg infections
Savannah, Oa. Enlisted from Okee- the Legion would pick them up hokee and Indlantown and all Bible
this city and Miss Mary Palmer, According to last reports he Is Improving
chobee County In September 1940 ii rom these places Ala. brought a good price. ----v
sister the bride of Dothan.
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v The top price for calves was
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I Mid Fort Pierce Seaboard Owes the
Corporal Earl W. Raiford, son of $10,40 per hundred and were sold
Following the ceremony, a wed- Corporal O (Rufus
Co. Jerrell
Commissioners I R. )
this clt', :
Mri. Susie Ralford of by S. C Cornelius The top cow
ding supper was served at the Par- arrived home
Sunday night and
stationed with the United States brought $8.70 per hundred and was Much In
I n home en Indian River Dr County spent the first part of the week
Army Air Corps at Dale Mabry Transit Business sold by Leland Pearce and the top
with his mother Mrs Eunice
Field Tallahassee,, Fh EnlistedIn price on steers was $900 per hun-
:Mr and Mrs Ljndon are well rell Corporal Jerrell Is with the
December 1941. dred and were sold by Ralph Ham- Back Taxes Now
i l la i, 'I' n In Okeechobee where they 93rd Field Artillery at Camp
In Session rick of Indlantown.
Regular oth lived many years and have a Chaffee Ark In
Private Ernest E. Ralford. son of I wish The next sale will be held on I discussing army
host of friends here who will life he stated that he liked It fine
Mrs. Susie RaUord of this city, them well in their married life Thursday. August 20 and all per- Okeechobee county's stake In the
and said he had not his brother
stationed with the 14th Repair i sons who have stock to sell are $1.165,000 delinquent railroad taxes seen -
I August 3. 1942 -- ----V--- I NorrIs since March when he
Squadron, United States Army asked to see J, M Williamson of owing the state and counties Is:
The Board of County CommIs- left him at
Blandng He left
Air Corps, Duncan Field, San An- < Sen. the Dixie Cattlemen's Association Seaboard $25859; F E. C. 8139. Camp
of Okeechobee County. Pepper Says yesterday for his return to .,
tonlo Texas. Enlisted December Florida met in regular session on- who is in charge of the market and O' the huge total Seaboard owes75OOO. camp

1941 ;i sales some of It delinquent for
Monday. August 3. 1942 at 9 '30 I Word has been received here
Government Looks
I A M --v----- sixteen years, and the Florida East that Private Merrill has
Private First Class John H Walker Coast owes $190,000, for 1939 and Hardy
Present were: Chairman C. F. I been transferred from Field
eon of Mr. and Mrs. J. H The Observer 1940. j Lowry
Walker, Jr., mechanic in ,ground I Walker: 'Commissioners E, J Wilson At Plan With Hop! I I Col, to Hunters Field at Savannah,
R E Bass Ernest Hllliirri: and He Is In the Bomber Group
crew In United States Army Air Adopting: a policy of "favoiingj loa.
J. T Phelps: County Attorney T at that place and says he likes the
stationed somewhere in Australia chose who favor us" for
Corps fly PageIIEILO Highland )1
{V. Conelv. Jr, Sheriff L L Conrad -
army and Is fine but
in October FNS> !Retting along
Enlisted in Army Wellington DC Aua 11 "ounty's schools and asking tax- ,
> and Clerk Roy R. Raulerson I lis getting anxious to get Into action
1940. The first ioof hope for the early BOYS pavers> to adopt the same policy
Upon motion by Commissioner somewhere.
solution nf the eastern gasoline Highland county's school board I i I
Phelps dulv seconded by Commissioner The honor roll In this man'spap.'r on .
Sergeant Carl Stello son of Mr. I portage enrne last week when It I Is shore growing by leaps Thursday applied the policy to the I
Bass, the minutes of the Theodore Sloan arrived home
and Mrs. K E Stello of Okeechobee. "'as revealed by Senator ClaudeP and bounds. So IIIa: illroads serving that county on a
meetings in the month of July were boys or this week and is
United States Army Air Corps. "ppor that federal authorities are Pa to and imsis of the taxpaying policy of the'no j sending a furlough
neglect give name 1
rend and) adopted. your with his
GeIger Field Spokane Wash, Enlisted heelnninR to look with favor on the roads and bluntly instructed parents. and Mrs.
address! to \e ''
Bond of Notary Public with John Bethel Sloan at their home
In Army in January 1942. Florida] plan to haul 000-gallon Old Editor", school employees to favor the Atlantic -
William Norris as Pi Inert pal and I i Theodore underwent an operation
storage tanks of oil bv barge fbr a Coast Line Railroad over the j
American Surety Company of New just drop me a for appendicitis in the hospital
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Corporal K. R. Anderson, son conveyance to eastern seaboard line Seaboard because-according to the i i'esoluticn
York as surety was/ presented and and I will at Denver, Col, several weeks
of Alva Anderson of Upthegrove points. -the Atlantic Coast Line i
attend to It
approved bv the board. I' and Is home
Reach Motor Transport Division'' Pepper said three FloridIans. E myself EditorB. a has a policy of paying its taxes and ago .recuperating.
Reports of Marks' and Brands for g i i.
United States Marines, stationedat T Brooks of Jacksonville and R. E. B. realizes the Seaboard does not The Seaboard's i
Districts 2 and 4. were received and .Word has been received here that
Gulena. Phllpott and A. H. Philpott of delinquencies total $975000
Georgetown British ; this column Is
ordered filed in the office of the Thllmore Sloan of Mr. and
had located 280 out the
Tampa already of $1,165000 due by all
Enlisted In the Marine Corps.. In Clerk:: of the Circuit Court. very popular ;r Mrs. Bethel Sloan has been In the
steel containers In and roads to the state counties,
such Florida! anxloiM and ac-
.September-. .. The Financial Statement-showing be at:5 ? Naval hospital Norlolk"Va.-.;fury
j .5. (Georgia and estimated the number ordlng to State "Comptroller'.
1 balances as of July 31, 1942 was 'I It completed the past three weeks. He was fast
available would run over 1000. Lee, and some of the Seaboard's
Sergeant Purmel Hargraves son ,presented and approved as follows- I as soon improving when last heard from
of County Supervisor of Registration I Oeneral Fund $ 2.297,37 Pepper said the barges could be as passible. In fact he Is in hopesIt delinquencies run back sixteen yearsto .
used mainly to receive the flow of 1926.
and Mrs. Hargraves, of this Fine & Forfeiture Fund 7833 will noon take no much spacehe Camp Standing.-Streamlined to
Ml the Florida pipeline now V
city United States Army Air \ Road & Bridge Fund 57287 across ran do away with "The Ob- the Nth degree Is the army's new-
In progress of construction, to be FARMERS: REQUESTED TO
Corps Spence Field, Moultrle Ga Agricultural Fund 2598 rr-fr" column entirely. :May bea est and most efficient emergency
Tmplptert fall and that they SELL JUNK TO INCLE SAM:
Enlisted December 2. 1942. Promoted Mother's Pensions Fund 90953 by good Idea at that. Look at the ration known as field ration "K"
nl 1.0 might traverse the Ft M\'ers- FOR W\R PRODUCTION
to rank of sergeant July 1st. Oiits'andln IndebtednessFund money he could save. (Lawsuits which contains a day's meals and
\ Stuart canal by this method.
147.73 1;his. and se<'h.) yet weighs only two pounds according -
The main thing is to get a sub- Every farmer in Okeechobee
Private Elzie Godwin, son of W. Publicity Fund .. 439.90 RiH. really he Is getting too ,I to Lieut Col Rufus Boylan,
antlal wooden barge program un- ciunty Is receiving this week an I I
E. Godwin of Upthegrove Beach, 1 1936< Tax Adjustment Fund 875 corky to suit me. Calls you "My: Camp Blanding quartermaster
der at once said Senator open letter from Donald Nelson
with the Infantry stationed at Court House Bond I & S 337.63 way boys". "My: Gang", Thobee Originally designed for parachute
Pepper "I think It will be done head of the War Production Board, I
Camp Pickett Va. Entered service I Jill T. W. I & S 173,97 through the cooperation of the O'nmps", etc Guess I'm retting advising of the scarcity and need troops but now adopted by the entire -

In June 1942, I Till Pepatr Fund 65.83Court a Utile Jl'alous.1'11 I thought army, It Is a concentrated em-
WPB and the Office of Defense fcr scrap iron and steel to keep the
I House Repair Fund 1873 Transportation I would write you all a personal war effort going full speed ahead. ergency issue It has proved successful -

Private Julian Hodges son of 1040 General Refunding letter, hut when I counted the I from every standpoint, is
'We' need all the wooden barges Along with the letter is a self ad-
M:. and Mrs. Hodges of Indian- Fund .. 850,48 list and saw there were more necked Jn three separate boxes -
w<> can build. If we don't have essed past: card to W. E. Hark-
United States Army Engineers Fund 1000000 than of I afraid I
town Refund Indemnity enough steel containers we can use fifty you was ness State W. P. A. Administrator the foods containing the necessary
Va., Entered ser- roast of the letters would carbohydrates and fats for
Fort Belvoir jo ( proteins
wooden ones for carrying heavy oil advising of the amount of scrap i
vice In April 1942 Total $1591810 astray and It would be time properly balanced meals-Is gas-
usable as fuel along the seaboard. iron and steel and other metals, I
Reports of Recelnts Expenses met Successful runs have already been ,'a"lpd.ml' I don't know where as well as scrap rubber available on proof and is less in size than an

Private Smiley Waldron son of Net Income for six months period made through the Ft. Myers-Stuart nil those places are anyway. their place. This material can be ordinary brlrkI .

Mr and Mrs. N. F. Waldron of endln June 30. 1642 were received ''Canal. i Talk about being scattered allover i I donated to the government, or pay- !I I, For breakfast there Is a packageof

Okeechobee with the Infantry stationed I from Robert La Martin Tax As- Federal officials are likewise now hell's half acre! You are ment will be made at the standard army seclal biscuits compressed

at Camp Pickett Va Entered sessor: T W Conelv. Jr. County beginning to realize that thousands taking up way more territory statewide rate of 25 cents per hun- ', graham blcults, a can of veal pack-

service in June 1942. Judge: Sheriff L L. Conrad and of people spend their winters In than that. dred pounds for metals and one- I I age of malted milk dextrose tablets -

Roy R, Raulerson. Clerk Circuit Florida primarily to "keep warm" With Jack Paige down under half cent per pound for scrap rub- ', two packages of soluble coffee

Boatswain's Mate First Class Rex i Court and ordered filed In the office and are beginning to listen to the with the tussles, and those pretty I and three tablets of sugar, Dinner
Anderson, son of Mrs. Lizzie An- of the Clerk Circuit Court. ,' Bound arguments advanced by the tussle girls Bob Ming out yonder ber.It *is Important that these postcards I contains the biscuits, dextrose tab-

derson of Frostproof, and brother Upon motion by Commissioner Florida State Chamber of Com In (California with the tour be filled out and mailed i I le's, a can of pork luncheon meat,

of Alva Anderson of Upthegrove I Hllllard duly seconded by Commissioner -'', merce and other groups who con- grapefruit, and both In the army, promptly, In order that WPA per- i i a tube of boullon.

Beach, stationed with the United I Wilson the Board unanimously tend that if people are permitted then Jimmie Cousart In the sonnel can tabulate same and arrange Supper has the biscuits, a can of

States Navy at Key West, Florida. agreed to reinsure the Court to travel south this winter It will Medical Corps at Camp McCoy economical truck routes for processed cheese three tablets of

Entered service in May 1942. House and Jail for a five year per- I'I result In conserving millions of barrels "Wisconsin", not Mlss'islppl, the collection of accumulated waste I i[! sugar, package of synthetic lamonI

fir the safe as the (watch out Jimmie editor I I I ration "D",
led coverage I. of fuel oil that otherwise will or the materials on all farms In Florida. ; juice bar of field con-

Granville N. Wilson, son of Mr. policies that are now In effect be- j I be needed. will\ han you frying roast beef, I Sponsoring the program In this :centrated chocolate, (this alone

and Mrs. E. J Wilson of Okeechobee -I sinning May 1. 1943. with Z. K i I ------- -I I or dropping your watch In the I county is the U. S. D A. War Board :<, contains 300 calories). Altogetherthe

Seaman second class In United Williams Agent. i B. Galnous Aug. .. 2852 hot water and holding the eggs of which C. A. Fulford 1 If secretary. three meals contain 3,728 cal-

States Navy aboard U. S. S North I The following vouchers were ap- J. W. Brunen, Culverts (AIr- In your hand), then Jimmie I The War Board Is working In close orles'close to the number a soldier

Carolina. Entered service In December proved and ordered paid when port) . ...."..... 182,00 Conerly hanging around sunning cooperation with the General Salvage receives In a mess hall-and the

1941. funds are available: Charles L. Raulerson. Sup- himself In sunny Iceland (Brrrr), I Committee of the County Defense ration will last indefinitely! even In

GENERAL FUND plies C. H. & Jail .. .. .. ... 9.15 another In Alaska (Brrr Bier), I Council of which S R. Half- weather 20 degrees below zero and

Corporal Jessie D. Wilson son of C F. Walker. Sal. Co. Com. Mason's Ice Delivery. Ice what ran a feller do? Boys, I snider is chairman. Aim of the 135 degrees above. One of the odd

Mr. and Mrs E. J. Wilson of Okee- July ... .. $ 50,00J Coupons ... .. .. "'" ..., 4.33 enquired and the postofflce shore present Intensified scrap metal and ,, inclusions with each meal Is a stickof

chobee stationed at Moore Field T. Phelps Sal. Co. Comm Gilbert CUlbreth. Gas for don't have all those foreign : rubber drive, according to Secretary chewing gum, Included becauseIt

Mission Texas. Entered service in Julv 5000 Lawn Mower 54 stamps. Fulford is to get every piece of was found to eliminate a desire

February 1942. E J. Wilson, Sal. Co Comm The Okeechobee News Pub. Then there Is Enoch Walker scrap into production channels. for water after meals.

05 I July .., ... 50.00 I Notice of Registration 2250 somewhere In the Pacific, "In a I And no farm or household can be V

Private First Class Edgar J. Wilson Ornest Hilliard. Sal Co. I Inter Co. Tel. & Tel. Co., submarine". Now Is that very I overlooked It was stated If Floridais CHURCH OF CHRIST SCIENTIST

son of Mr and Mrs. E J. Wilson Comm. July .., .. 5000 Tel! Co. J, & Jail, July 11.01 Definite? Doesn't Mr which sub- to reach its Washington Imposed -

of Okeechobee, United States R. E. Bass, Sal. Co. Comm. I'I The H. & W. B. Drew Co. matins' and no postofflce address. quota of 68000 tons for the periodof "SOUL" Is the subject of

Marine Corps stationed somewherein Julv ..., 50.00 Supplies Tax Coll & Clerk 2088 How ran we throw you a line? I July 1st through December 31st the lesson-sermon which will be

the Pacific. Enlisted more than Roy R Raulerson. Sal. Clerk I JZ I K. Williams Bond for Then you Wilson brothers. cr an average of 75 pounds per I read in Churches of Christ, Scientist -

two years ago. I July .. 150.00 1 Tax Coll .."..... .. .. ,50.00 Gad-ahouts, I says. I see you person throughout the world on Sunday -
T W. Conley Jr., Sal. Co. Bessie Alderman T. C. Com. lire trying all the branches. Army, I V August 16

Hospital Apprentice First Class Judge. Julv 125.00 on License Coll 23,38 i Navy, Marine Corps and Naval Who bathes In worldly joys, swimsIn The Golden Text is: "My soul

Marvin L. Wilson, son of Mr. and T W. Conely Jr. Sal. Co Bessie Alderman. C. Fee i I Air division You boys make up. I a world of tears.-Phlneas Flet shall be Joyful in the Lord It

Mrs E. J. _Wilson of Okeechobee Attorney, July ...."...' MOO for issuing 1863 certs. your mind to Papa E. J. will know cher. I shall rejoice In his salvation" -

Medical Corps United.States Naval Bessie Alderman Sal. Tax ISo ... ..... ..... 27945 where to look for you. Oh, yes. I -TT Psalms 35:9).

Air Station Jacksonville!, Fla En- Coll, July ... .. .... .. 12300 L, L. Conrad, Attend. Co. Then there Is Howard Rennls Well, as I look the list over I I Among the citations which omjirlse -

tered the Navy In June 1941 Robert La Martin Sal. Tax Comm., July ... ...".... ... 400 Padgett. Where did you get that tee I will not have space to men- ': the lesson-sermon is the fol

Assessor July............ 123,00 County Welfare Board. Relief I stuff, Rennls? As you are ,In the tion you all but Just the same I lowing from the Bible: "But now

Private First Class Howard Ren- J. L. Chandler, Sal. Janitor Allowances .. .. .. .. ...... 40000 Signal Corps come by the store this h to say "Hello Boys", to thus saith the Lord that created

his Padgett, eon of Mr. and Mrs July ." .. 6000O FINE & FORFEITURE FUND I first chance you ret and I'll flat each and every one of yon. If thee, 0 Jacob, and he that formed

B. K Padgett of Okeechobee stationed C. Durrance Sal. Act. T W. Conely, Jr. Sal. Juve- you down. Carl you were Servant there are any little thing we. can thee. 0 Israel, Fear not: for I have

with the Signal Corps of Pros. Atty. .... ........"............... 7500 nile judge. July ................. 1300 when you left| Spokant do for you, do not be afraid to redeemed thee I have called thee

the United States Army at .Key W B. Hargraves, Sal. Supr. T W. Conely, Jr. Docket Wonder what you 111be\ when write and let as know. Oh yea, by thy name; thou art mine" Isa.

Field, Merrldlan Miss. Entered Regis, July ..."....._"...,..... 50.J. .\)() Fees. July ..........., .. ." 1000 you get to where yon are rolnr. and If you run a. little short of 43:1): .

service in January 1942. .. S. Uuderhill CO. RecordIng Roy R. Raulerson, Cost Bills And where are you going change Just tend a wire, but-: ""iT A '

Fees July ..................... 30.00 & attend. Co. & Clr. Court 39.75 Corporal Earl Ralford Is homeon well yon better address that one Joy-t an. elation;'of >piiit- a

B L. Sanderfur. Jr? son of Mrs. Florida Power & Light, dec. G C Durrance, ConvictionFees. a furlough with a broken to tb.-editor: : -- liplrltrwhich" trusts the goodness and

Crela Sanderfur of Okeechobee, C. H. & Jail July.......".. 1487 July ............ 2300 foot, and Ernest la out In Texas Well, be a seeing yon.OB1E. truth of its own possessions

(Continued on page c) State Tuberculosis San., Hoe, I (Continued on.pP.r;: ; :; ) with the long-horn steers. Sereca.a01li.







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I Georgia-Carolina Oil Grease 1 rightly said that the Sunday morning I i\ TilE CIRCUIT COURT or THE I I'IS'I'II NOTICE or APPLICATIONFOR I Spare Time Training:
JN : Dist. 4 40.64S. | service shows the popularity ofI 'IIIK: KTVIK OK KIOI1IIH AM Laws of uajNotlci

A. Belcher Dragline Work the church the Sunday evening I" roi oKKiviiiiiiKK: : I'O'TI'l.em.( 1 10 heivhy iilven thin Martini' that helps you
i IDA. Tucker, holder. of Tux (CcrtlfUm No.TVI .
DIst, 4 .. 55.36 j the popularity of the preacher, but I i Oiso No MJ: : iKsiii'd the Bth ilui of August A.

Roy R. Raulerson Refundon 'the Wednesday evening service si-KsnAiin i i.. MOM.AM. dovnuv li, IIr." bun tiled mine In my oft,'.:
Published Every Friday by the 3 Federal tax nit ( IK 'Hin: r\TK: OF PIOH1OA has mode uppllfntlon for a 'lax U.i'il Serve and Prosperin
Okeechobe News Co. at Okeecho- use I shows the popularity of Christ. .1 M IKK. rOMI'TUOU.KU: OK RAID to her limied thereon, Hald Certlfli'HU
stamps for Co. Trucks 15.00 "Go to Church Sunday" ought to MTM'K, ,I. EDWIN LAIISON TREA: enihiiiieit the fcilloulnif ilc'Btrlhed property
bee Okeechobee County, Florida. AGRICULTURAL FUND I'llKIl: OF HMD SPATK, J. 1OM In the County of OkciihoheeStnte this national crisis
be the slogan of America. If you W\'l, NTHIUMV.:I' cJ; :SEII.\I. of }''''rhl'', to.wit : _

C. A. Fulford, Sal. Co. Agent have no church affiliation, we Invite ,, 01' S.\II KTAirc.: and NATHAN NEi,' of Niv; of NViless R fullest In
July 100 00. I iumn' C(1\IMINRInNEII\ i :' OF AOHIICTMTKR It lit Vil.v. Sec. jl.: Tw'p. 37. line YOI' want In serve you
to attend our servlqes. HltUHtlnn, do utmost
you fii'feiiMi" your
BRYANT BOWDEN .............. Editor I : OK PAID STATE an anti in: t'oiitnlnlng 8 acres. nation, You want
V Sunday school 8:45: morning wor-I, I'onstltiiilnir the ItrSTFB: OK Tit r. The assessment of said property node It help our
'' Issued In the alan| tn advance yourself In position,
iNTEI4Xii. IMPKOVKMENT PVM r said Certificate was
I REnEW BIBLE DOCTRINES ship 11 :00, Training Union 7:30, OK TUB: STATE OK FI.niUDA. in ma at Uliinihe Van 1'011. anti "a\.-\\'tll promotion and more

evening worship 830.: midweek ser | I Illllltins, ., Unlesi inlil Certificate shell be re- inoncv.:
Entered as second class matter AND: ARTICLES OF FAITHAT 'a. dtenied according to law, property de- You ran do both at the same time.

July 1. 1914 at the Post Office In vice Wednesday evening at 830.: '.,,110"MAliI'll., FIRST BAPTIST CIIVRCHWe 'Come thou with us and we will lirfpiiiliints. highest Milder et tbo Courthouse door for mwlRllriMl ami, supervisory' poslelmis -
Okeechobee Florida under the NOTICE TO APPEAR on the Unit Monday In the month ofSeplcmlipr -to help defense production and
do thee good.
Act of March 8, 18'79.SUBSCRIPTION. revival of I I THE HT\IB tlF FIOKIHA 1'Jl.. which la the 7th day litislnoss irrovith "lIouIRnlft-o."r"
are enjoying a Vi 'to Knliert Rd.elInrah 1 whose nillire's uf ptember 1f)4J. of thoimnnilii mint lit themsplveagnlckiv '
Bible doctrines at the First Baptist Is rune of Torpedo, Hfuwilriin. ; hated this hf dn\, of August, VHU for Sheep hotter paying jobs
chuich The b review- i j JUNK DRIVE ON IN THIS I Four, Hruoklvn. Xn\ >' Surd. PmnklMi.New HOY R ItAULEKSON In offlcoK and stores and fnrtorli'S.
pastor York : Clerk Circuit Court of They mint train im norountnnts

RATE Ing the Articles of Faith and It la COUNTY; ALL URGED TOTURN I I You are tier.'!,, required til die nu'1I""pnrnurp nkeethnliee County, Florida. niiumjrprs. forptnon traffic man

One year In advance ................. 2.00 gratifying to note the Interest I i In the nlmvf. propi'i'illna In (ff'lri'iilr Pi.iirt I'PRIIXOTU.t "IIBITS' Itiftpprtora. general, forcmon etc, offlie mana r.
IN ALL THEY II.\VE :: thu eourt nn nr lipforp the 7th dnv t M "
Six months In advance ............ 1.00 shown by the fine attendance there I I lIt i'ptemliiT" A. I>. 1043. the rintnreof : I If yon wlNh thin ailviintmo1. simply

Three months In advance ........ .75 were forty present In our prayer- 1 I II I wlilch proi-willmr, la the foreelonnrenf The| Ilimril nf CountCiiiiiiiils.loiierKof mark In on nhlih the coupon are the most, field Intormtod of business
I I n nmrljTiiffn upon real eNtflte nltntite Okn'iholici. Count'. Florida will yon
service last week." Sunday morningthe The national campaign to sal- We will semi von full Information
I hlnff. and belnir In OkeerhitliooI'niinH
meet as the Board of KiiiallXHllon on
pastor will speak on "The Supremacy \age all the Junk In the country '. ,.Klorl.ln ili>m'rllioil, n. fnlloni, I"dllAllltllOt 24 1\l1\ fur the purIIOH fell,ihont roil I Hi'1 'how iipiinrtnnlllns our complete In that iiireoii.Inillcllnir Held. '

Advertising bills are payable on Is on again and who, has I I I tn.II' of piiiiillr.liin reviewing ,and henrlnt plan your
of Ood". He is magnifying everyone Kn.m. the lliini'uik oleander "OIIluh,1I> u> lo tin value of both "rnwrol heir"na
the first of each mo th. Parties God In a series of sermons using any Junk of any kind, old tires, corner on Went line of See !12. reel' and, iivrmmal |ir.iperl\ an aasi futnro trnlnn :you In your spare time
work with all through 'ourCllre..r
1'. V! X It. :31 R., rim 1 S. Ml de Axaesrior for the and you )
unknown sued l b" the 'fax
to publishers required to rubber and all metals I NOW.
a different attribute each Sun scrap are green IV R WST: : fi'et on and 1042. !Rend the coupon

par In advance. day mornng. The membership is urged to carry It to Domer's Machine along (the llnnroik. mean doe line your 110It.. \UI.EHSOX.. - -
- -
I I.> point, of 'lii'icliiiiltiu Thence S ,clerk, Bijurd .if Countv t'otnnilaiiluiiFraYOUR
In and In the know Shop where Mr. Domer will
growing grace -egr.'e.. 21' K IIMlII fort Thence ,
ledge of the truth. It has been I buy it from you and pay you cash. K 131x.7: feet: Thence !forth 0diitreen -- -- ---- --- --- LASALLE EXTENSION

Reading notices In local columns I !21'! \\'. 011(1: : fart to the
Ihinenik nieniiilMr line': Theme
---- TIRES
10 cents a line. Rates for display \. Ml di'grif. 43'V. ni: .7 feet

advertising furnished on application to the |,,,ilnt nf beginning Con Correspondence Institution
lolnlnirI7' : nereH, inure nr lr.iMl .
of Finances
Classified! advertising 2 cents Report County hlnif anti being In See :VT Need ? n"pt. R iJi rnl\fiO.II.I..

each word, per Insertion! All Items :17 R, 11. 3T Knut: futility ofOkeeeholiw Recapping
I Stnte of Florlcln I II Pli" i* ,rnme full Information re-
regarding enterprises conducted for IlKH.( Illllllh: : I (II NT1011 \' IiONR ANII: OltHEliU nt Okeoihohee tfiirdlnithe tt<,.......hnlldlnfr training

profit are chargeable at Advertising III F. IMIt: tMUM. hH'TI-Mlll-k:' :10. 'lull I rmintof, Ok"H('Iliihee. Stnte ufKlnrlilfl I II do In rally' IIH.ill' Itatlonlnir Hoard 'milm l.o I have marked with an X
I thin 2nih dnv. of Jnlv A. 1' and rerllllnite. Then bate helow
rates. ItVporl of "'""111) I rniiniin! fur tl h, \ > "n, mllni/ September,' III). 1041, 1942 net-tire llrcx rraiieil a by Humphries{ at I
us reported lo the Couipir.illir I In iln Clerk ,circuit Court and the Board ROY R. RAt'T ERRON I lour niittlnew. MnnHffemeoti Trnlnlnr
firm eight
iif Cuiintx Comniliialiiiiers uf Okiuhuli.i e .'''11111 )'. Flnrldii and Is hereby Clerk Circuit Court ; Fort riprcr._ n flip brat of eiiiilptnentnnil yearsexperlente for. Oftlilnl' Mnnnirerlal nlea and
I'IIhlh.eI'III"I'r, pnlslnii "l I 'hniler Ml: Ails. of 11)13. I.nns of Florida, I Hiiphronln. 1',....,'. :, a rpiintiitlon for aq sure deiiltna:. pepnrtmcntnl' Executive positions,

PLEDGE TO THE FUG .1. M I.KK. CoiuptrollciOF Deputy; :Clerk Him unh' .'.ih.t lnal) ntanilN behind' ev- I
toilern Siilpmnnnnhlpt' / Training'
"I pledge allegiance to the Flag (Circuit Court Senl) err thlcir' they cll. ,
"IISljnl.II'\'rO! ALL H'NlxHII: M 'l'MiH:h i |II\| cor.NTV \ ,,,.." .ci...k uf nil alps rnlilier for iiovliliins" as Sales' FjecntlT.
of the United States of America COJIMIUHIONKUH: I i : ; linnd. and ran she ,prompt Snlemnan Trainer Roles Promotionv
'i' 'n"' "i'ii| nonirlons In retnll.
and to the Republic for which It NOTICE OF /Menthe. If van lime a lire with a I "ri
It F.( F: II'T" I'f'I: tT.I \"TF.R'HI.v. rut or hrenk. brine In tin for In. v li'dennli' or upecliiit Kclllnff.

stands: One nation Indivisible ........ Notice Is heroliv Riven that under .....'lInn. t liiini-i-H are we <,...n1,1-
Cimli lliilauci;, October 1, 1'HO ---...- ..._ a .. 31.1t of ele.'rtmH"p Illitliercconnlancyi Trnlnlnir for
with liberty and Jusllre for all"COUNTY I Ad Viilureui Taxei and hv authority rBMlitile tire mid make It Rive.atr.r.M .,,.
Current ..
) Anilltor
!4 lifl87 and entered on the 12fh ilnv nf Mn1'I42 \'. I )Ion n' Comptroller,
lax' Ui'deiuirtlons ._. U-W, .ii 0th tiirv npnlicn Certified Pulillc Afcountant. font Ac-
of the
-- ----.---- -.-. --- !, 1.1"111I's u_. h.. ... .. .. .._ .___._."_... 1'.ta.ff2 In the Circuit In and Court for Okeeehohe \\ curry one of the Urgent new rM.nntniit, etc.Traffic .
1.:xrrss 1".''1 (County nrflcer.1) ...__... ____....._..u ... Judicial Circuit Flnrliln. In certain rnnsi lire .loi-k. nil the ra: .t Conit. (nil
COJIMlSSlONERSContinued HIKM and Furfcllnreii ...........?.._. 1NiiLnil wherein(Cciiintv JCiiih, T Mlllpr a was complainant u. alien von need n tire quickly' MnnaiTPinenti Triilnlnl foruoaiftun
I I liailim Ciinimjiralua -_... S3l' ioo and Bertha ComplHle llli,rie Department repalrlnir. 1 us Iliillronil. Track or Inilumrliil .
MlHct'lI.inenus Receipts .-.-...-----.... -..............- "': .'IKIUefilliili. and lli'im his Simpson wife wi-re defend'emits inilotlnii. punts" and liiriitork l'rnffirL"nRIr", hate Expel
( from 1) .. Hiilc IIr Kniiilii. I IiiM'Ktlllentii. 1':le. __........ IflK) Iml'onll.I. |the iindprslirnpil Special Maslor. of new and used liloilo now ,.t. Frelifht Sulliltor, etc.
page I Total Itecelpti ...... .... on hanil.rnn.
.. ?.... .:..1,111:1.110I : vlll oiTpr. for axle and sell at pub-
Mrs. L. L. Conrad. Salary Putt 1.1. II. Degree.
I ... .. ... ...___ IIr| auction In front of the smith door "\' Til'RINERR'ILL! BF i
Janitor July 60.00L. I 1',10'' \\'IIl1ohll' -- u. ..__.h.h.... .. ,< 1 1.:1".111) of the I'nnlllCBllrt Mouse fur Okeeebobee Al'rRBCIATED"HUMPHRIES
Modern lorenmn+hlp Tralnlnir, for
L Condad. Cost Bills, July 186 80 I I I hVI'KNI: ) I rl KKSicnernl 7. County I'M.! the, Florida.,11''". hi'lnir on { Monday.Ntyd. a Hill. pc'Mltlniin In hop Manairi'inent.miih .

ROAD & BRIDGE FUND ( liuliilBlnitli.n ......._--.. .......-._-.?"...t H.1I7"1 1 Day of mill, Court within the li'fralhni'irs I enl' Foreman us Hint SiiiH'rliilenilent.Fort! 'man Snli'Foreman.etc Oen-.
Pav Roll Dist. 1. Labor 76.25 I I La w l.iiforii'iiieiit: i\t Court Coma .... .._..__. limit. of mile to.nit\ : It o'clock A. M. TIRE & RETREADINGCO. ;
Itc.ti.l iincl, 1 I Itrldirv, hxpi: r inlltiin's- i: ,,, o! .,, and 1 oVInik I'. M I.. nil uf that certain
Pay Roll Dist. 3. Labor 0...... 60 00Knlght's Welfare (All I'hases) .-....--..-..... -___"_.'.. _..._h. JlM'oiinml { { "ro"rlIIIIutp In the I'oinity ofOkeig'iiobeP a I lodiiMtrlal Miiiiniceinenti Tralnlnif
Service Sta.. Gas .\lj'rl"lIlIlIr.' I'ul.lldl ...--..... J.Mt.IIO ;', State nf Florida. onn I tor'nrh Munaffoment ",,,due)
llilllillnu Conmrmtlnii, or KepulM .... ... more particularly di'serlhed us follows :
ItIq/' ::10 tlon Control Iiiiluntrlal :
& oil, Dlst 4 .......1704 I I Mlmi-llaniKiua Fzpeusra: .'. ....__"" .I ,..*, Lot nnnilipr eleven 111) "..1 block Phone no south Dixie Illaliwar I etc Ennlneerlnir.

Domer Machine Shop. Repairs 'I''u0'orurv Debt ... 1.---__ .... .. eight. ft) of Kullroail) addition to I PIERCE FLA.
Funded I"'hl. Iniludliiu, Interest _.. .. ('in lIt Okpi'i'holiei, "Florida FORT
Dist. 4 .... ... ....... 1.t50 oih.r Debt expenses: .. ............... -.."- ".-.. .. 1U77.... ...OSIlllisrtnellU L. I. CON HAD. Modern HiiHlnemi CnrrfHiiondeoce, ,
-- --- -- --
Bennie Jones Repairs gas I -" _.. _... ".... Special Master I F Virrl II.Hikkrrplnic.
I I I'npalil" BIIU October 1 1U4U\ ... _. _... _. 'u\t7'i H. K 1MM1I1CK.
.. .. .
& oil Dist. 4 ... ... ..... .... 585 I lotal Aiiilmrlsi'd, Expenditures;. : G7.17u.[{ : Si'llilti.r for Cnmplnlnant. I I ('vntineri.lul' I.n\v
B. C Swain Gas. Dist. 1 1.35 I I I*.. Bills Inpald ""{1'1. at. l'.i4t' >W7M Paled May S*. 194. 191\

H. & H. Store. Assigned i '...I 111.hllr."I..t. ...-......--............_..-_.. | 50,"71.44 I! l ('. P. .V. turn'hi 111

Road Time Dist! 4 2250 I Cush Balanw epteuabet (n, 1,141; ..... -1.51:1.07: NOIKK OF APPLICATION FOR I l I"I"un'n'y

Clewlston Motor Co., Inv. Total l 1IHbuu.illelltl and Cush IliilHiiiv. ,....... of 18.15 +P 6gi
1 5\,3\SIIl
No. 20338 ( Elements .. 251 -" cult Notice:holder; 'In "hereby of 'lux; given(VrtlrtciiU'H:Ihut I Bill No l'ro: 34 I \u inc. ___..... ........ Ak's......

L. K. Lee Bridge timber Y.i't and in, leaned the tot duly uf NIKVIIIlier I ,, C Present Ponltliiii .. .. .. ... .. ..........
Dist. 1 g oo I lr"4 l A. l I'. 11.:7: "ml' Tux iVnllliatiNo. I 4 7C

Pay Roll. Dist. 1 & 3, Labor Jaa: | <, "I .: iHullilliiK.. ami, I 1'11111'11I"1| _... .._. 525111MI.110' II.: IsMiied, the, 4th ilnv tit ..Inlv. A I Address .____ __ u.. ____.n.
} .'i.rii.initi JI".tI i Liiiiii'iniut .- __._____.. 1) IDIS.: has tiled' some In nn office : bus
"" I .
'Tractor & Grader) 2400R. Invotnientii ....__ ';____"h_. .... .. .. aide application for I Tax Deed! to, b* ----
Null iKHlie.l Illi'l- "'
E. Hamrlck Adv. Road I, a :tdTf AYI
mini. I rH.< brace the follow Inir lea'rllii'd iiropi'rt\
Time Dist. 4 7.50 In the County of Okeechobee State of I,
Charles I l niuild, 11111.'I, L.
Raulerson. .
Asslg I'.In lliilstuiiillnii. wpli, tuber' Hi mi\ .. .. _.. 1 111I1.\ H.1t r.r'd.|. \ nf iVW ('or 8 c. I = vsre ,,
Road Time Dist. 4 ...1210 J 'i'I i.'ureut.. Septi-liilior ill). 1'I41 ...... ._ n 4 tHM 17 2". run tM yda., N 1t1. yda.V I I t
Other Inili'litudlietfil He|.lt>|iihur :3D 1941HIG__IIII:""""""::: r :: ::::::: S''fl ..viln I' lob yds to B..K. Ki*. fr .

- --- >. 'iwp :IV IIKI>. SI T'n nrres
II..t: 'I'l l \ .1.| N "f N"I,
\el' J1111 F: "hr )'.1.. \ 1'1., t .1. } -
\\ JJOIK| S 111". Ml- I" Iloa. 4 a
1'i i" 's. 1'\\ |i 1";. lli/i'1 :1:1.: 7' l !

null 111.II, 4. y

1"r: of OR',! "I XW'' ,
run << 1M jdH. W 2.0d) "H.tt\: 1 Ij;ICI '
,1. N.., .
'01"I I C: Jn )
1 I.KI': :iw"T aires.
The assessment of said property under
mi1 itllliuti'it iHHiii'd win" I" tin ii "i"I
."I I ftiiminlhii inli'ihlll.' I'HI: : Curnlln.

limit: Kst: : 1.1-tltlu Peiirre.I .
'nl.'.. ,,"1.1 (Vrtlltiiilpii ohnll I" v bI
leenied aecordlnir to law. property de-
YMBOL rlbert therein shall he sold to the
highest bidder at the Courthouse door
on the first Monday In the month of
ire y I'tc'inhcr 1I11.'. "lilili l II I''''' Till tat

\\tx ,.f Si.iloinlipr|' 1fll2initpil .
1 Dili 17th dm' "f. I
!tOY H., It \fl iFltSON,
Clerk nrciiit hurt, RIiia ill
RtESV ,twilit Court ,
Senll--- li
cp yoNfsrV ..-'- AIR t

Ir Nivm JIDICIAI ciuctiT orTHE
Kr\ri3 OK t'l.lIltll'1 IN: AM 1 CONDITIONEDDe@endable
r FOU oKi.i.ciioitKi:: : lotN'iy: run.
Ill.I> I IN 'II.\\I'III\: : .
.a Cuie X.n. MM
'.,t M'KSSMtll: I.. 1I01.I.\\ 11. iiOXKI.NOK
01 'I I 1111': "U'Mi I: U' FI.1 1.O.' '< !1'

fri "j f $ M I. I 1.:1': :. CII\ll'IKOLiii: OK SAT'
NT.I'I, ,I, il>\MN LVUM.N. TliKVS _
\ I II i' 1.1:11: : or :SMI KiAri:, ./ 'nni' Service

\\'.\ ()\ AITOKNinP'V.'H: : ] : ': 1
r. OK SAID srAl'K. and .\ Low Fares -
\ MAYO, ('OMMl$WS':1I: OF AUllI : \
P H'. i 1 M I'l'i UK: OK t<.\111 XI'.Mil a* too I: .
.. i consiitminit, the TltI'IITtI'N: : or '1'111:

.i : I OK IN: :Tilt N.U.: NT.'I'It IMI-IUIVEMK.N.r:> 1.'I.oIV.\F1I 1 II I, Travel via Florida Motor Lines MAIN LINE to all Florida

I'llllllllllll. and the North.
... I
t. it. HEVANK; PIVAM Northbound
lila wlI". I l''fi'iidiiiiiH
...'';, "' '.\1K OK FI.OUII\ Ar. TAMPA 10:10 AM iSS PM Costs Less thin Driving
J. K De\'tttie ,and11.1' I', Ar. LAKELAND '.10 AM (:M 'MA.OU..NOO
..J \"lIIe.: bin wife, ,,hoOT address I li liD' 10 so AM 745 ,tot 0". R.e.d
1:15 PM 11:45 PM Way Trip ,
nil parlli. Iminlni i I" Ar. JACKSONVILLE :
and to .
know t
4 4S PM 12 5") AM
: :
under or ugnlusi: Ar.7ALLAHASSES
III. throiiith. S 9.10 9 3.0
J.'r.1 U. lieViiue mid .\11t'e .HHim.. l tilt... Ar. LAKE< CITY 2:25: PM 1:10 AM JACUONV.LLI.' .::40 7.95:
wife, ur either, HI hell*. cliAH 440 PM 10:4S PM tAM'A. 2.30 4.IS
.. h.OKEECH08U.
K.nite.. /lula'Ii'.' thr.nilllruNni"s Ar. JACKSONVILLE . 1.45 AM MS: AM LAKILAND 1.90 3..5

To You !I or. other iiKiiiiixt ,, .1., U. !I..'\'one and AliceHi'ViiiiH OILANDO 2.50 ..50
mm 1 Someliiiiif cither of them, who In not Dimcr CONNECTIONS AT jACKiOivviiu TAUAHASSEI 1.65 10.20

; ',no A n ,in or, l h. ill'ml or alit'". nmlnirlli. till AND LAKE CITY WITH OttYHOUHO LINKS LAlli CITY 4.35 7."
.| hnt lug "r clulinlim to I have ant 10* ALL POINTS NORTH AND Wf JT. ATLANYA. ..35 1S.05
luht lltle .r IntercHt In the property MACON 7.11 12.90l.u.h"UA"

.' It identifies a dealer who has signed! a pledge to: tit'rclii' /de.t'rlbed.It ",'r'hy ord.. .re.t Ihul. the ku"\\'U, I OKIECHOBEB .- Oolnft J''40 PM 104! PM ALDOnA.'IIIMINOHAM. .'.U.50 17.10 9..4

pnrtlinml, |H" iiiikii"'II partlM m"' Ar. MIAMI ..SO' .4 230AMfuming : NEW OaUANI 11.20 20.20I
(jj Rtiiir in ciirtiivt. ifflelml riiilr iirvlii. to Vl. Ihi-lr nppearance I III
4.UK: ....... nIl .. NIW YORK CITY 1100 95.19.
v*+t ".. "' ..iriiieed",,,, III. n.-' I
WLJf 'r. ," ,.r N"I'I"lIIh'r.
ltinpramnial' your Q Mil limit .1 ill air .."II' iirulu .\. U. 1H4.I: lime nature. 01 which l'r" I Ar. OKEECHOIEE . 2:10: PM 140 AM
iron w.n' work It. ..n.. unit feurni I I. the form losnr of a niortBuje -
0 CMI'III kit tiiliiii li ink i iiinr n li lupin yisrQ aatld.ssa..w mill real eKtut de.,'rib
_. uiioii the
Ihi tltctiie spat dtaltr who
.el as follow, lo-wlt : H. NIX STANDARD OIL SERVICE STATIONr"
T. Agent
d..playt ihu lymbol, Ciiliri null ill {III "....t rifilitlm. From the Iliimmh ''""'J"'';'' nor ,
icr on Knut: Iln ii "J.1

ll "'..'"* thai you or. dealing wiU u Q III! II Ilium lllllr ll llllllil- pints li kud II lllf in Itlllitll. tat Tii.ll' all': H \IiLruil''tiajl) :II.t. t1t

man wh. aivprtciaiti your wartunt mind tn"l1 1I1111"'k
0 lililfl' III illtll Ililllill arts..killlul..urt.ew run West uu 01
/ '' "' ,'"h.1
.Mm L"
,...1...... endl.sn.tou.l. randti you in. amli, II ThemNorth:'' II ,,.

and .....f..y ro Q Ckirfi i lilt sal fair piss fir kit, repair w.'k Itinlii ill kllli. Kn heBliinliilf.Te, III Went 4"<:.l It fw. We.t

pint ..rYle.. :illll:\ fwl., Kcilllll 0 ilc'ltrces 10 hint5.HH.S
Q liiilli. ill .1 pit .,.111.... .. ,,1111,. feet to llii.ieock Meander IM"' .
line 'Then.sunlit M ili'lirfcn aalr.l Wa V"11 rN I.
Peao I 'feet. Bart,, al:1. 7 fist top.lui
PL.wl.t Ue1T (......" :11.1.: II"
'. H lp your dealer to help you by having all of iH-Hmiliiir.
...., ., Inure or .lt ss. All 1)111"
4.52 acres
of your electric l appliances checkod periodically. '",1111< III Nei-tlon :3. 'I'u..hll'.
i" iith.llinit, :'W: fitF'lurlla: .ty ofoki'i
IIT HOT I: TAu rmM ia KM tuttituntf man iiW t it.Ur npmri, ALL km4a : AM: OKHKIIii: nt IIk'.III.h. : .

tl/ .I.e ,ied .ppl.."".. So... uy repair mil ....oa, i.m. mtrr npmrndj c,., okViUolH-e Coiinty, Florlia, this ,
*ii IKIIII I aimruiY
*MMwu ..4 SMMfi; *M. Minn mi npur til ."pI_... tbR 211111 llIU "f Jill,. A. II. I\ln. .
ROY n. :
Circuit Court.
.4 -JWI'' By Bopbroiilii' l'..nt...

Deputy Clerk.
Deputy Clerk.
(Circuit Court tIe\Ol)







I -

Laughlin Jr.. son of Mrs. R. E. Olin Godwin brother of Oliver 1 tered service in December 1941 1941

McLaughlin of Okeechobee, station Godwin Mrs. H T. Scott, Mrs .. .. .

Local ed with Medical Detachment, Let- Hulon Walker Mrs Vernon Light- I Wilson Pearce, seaman second Plvate Wilford Sloan, son of Mr.
HappeningsEDITORIAL terman Hospital, San Francisco, 1 I
fey, and Tom Godwin of Okeechobee. class son of Mr and Mrs. J. C. and Mrs Bethel Sloan of Okeechobee -
California. Entered the United .
with field Artillery at Fort I Pearce. of Okeechobee, In Group 3 with Communication Regiment
States Army in February 1941. Sill, Oklahoma Entered service in of Service Schools United States United States Army Air Corps, Orlando
TELEPHONE NUMBER 80 Tune, 1941. Naval Training Station, Norfolk Florida. Entered service in
Boatswain's Mate Second Class Virginia Entered service In April February 1942.

Harold W. Wilkerson, son of Mr. Lloyd C. Lightsey, son of Mr. and I 1942. .. .

Paul Rardin, editor of the Ever- j HONOR ROLL and Mrs R. H. Singletary of Ok- Mrs Van Lightsey of Okeechobee .. Thllmore Sloan son of Mr. and

fllades News at Canal Point, was a ,, -0Continued eechobee aboard the U. S. Battle- i stationed at Norfolk Va., with the I Private First Class Elliott Lot Mrs Bethel Sloan of Okeechobee

business visitor In Okeechobee Sat- ( ship Nevada stationed somewherein I United States Navy in the Signal I son of Mr, and Mrs. E. H. Lott of with the United States Navy at

urday morning from page 1) the Pacific Entered the United Corps Entered the Navy in April St. Augustine, in Coast Artillery Hoi folk, Va., Entered service In
-0- 1 stationed at the Naval Air Station States Navy in April 1937. I' 1942. somewhere in the Atlantic war I Apl'lI 1942 .

Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Jones of Day- 'at Opaloka, Fla. Enlisted in the i S S S zone Entered service in October' : -
tona Beach arrived In Okeechobee United States Navy in December I I Private First Class LeRoy Chandler 1941, I NOIIC t: I OK Mill. .\T"i;:>
"40. Sergeant Major Douglas Cassels I I I'IIkllsherlrNI'ri .
Sunday and are spending a short I I{I of Okeechobee, stationed with son of Mr and Mrs. Perry S I smKt!!
vacation here with Barney Blum. S I Ii Chandler of Basslnger stationed Private First Class Earl Bond HH'UI'IMBNr: "'F" IIIK 1MKKIOKt.KNLKAI.
Headquarters Squadron 11th Re- I I : IAM UF'F'11'E<< Ht VV'nullliiulun -
Sergeant Julian Morrison of with the Medical of Mr. and Mrs. J. F. of .
-0- i Corps at Camp son Bond H C
placement General Mac- I
Depot of I
Mrs W H. Russell of OkeeChObee,1 Murphy, Hobe Okeechobee, in Field July :n. mis.
Mrs M. O. Culbreth and little I stationed Arthur's forces In Australia Enter. Sound Fla., Entered Artillery, now II :\urll'I.I : In licnli. iilvi-u Hint
granddaughter Virginia Lee Cul at Fort ed the Army in December 1941 service in January 1942. on maneuvers in South Carolina V'union 1'1. Arnold, of Okt'L'iuobve,
breth, returned to their home In enlisted in the United States Army ., Entered service in August 1940. Florida "Uu, ou June 17 lull mode

Okeechobee Monday night from in the summer. of. 1940. i 1" Andrew J. Potter son of W. E Private Jack Paige, son of Mr. stead Si'itlon EIIry.0"loll Revised; U. L.StuiiiHi<>. 07W.HIIIIIQ-for
Hendersonvtlle. N. C. where they and Mrs S. C Paige of Okeechobee Private James B. Smith, son of Lot 17 hc-ollon. U 'loKiiBhlp 37H,
Potter Okeechobee aboard the .' ,
Private of Jtnuiro( (:'I K. lul. Muillinn, Horlila
Virgil Sutton, son of Mrs. stationed with the Mr and Mrs. S. Smith Of Oeecho-
have spent the past three weeks U S Battleship Washington, Enlisted United States nun sled not Innt Inti'nllon to make
vacationing Gilbert Culbreth went Claudle Sutton of Okeechobee, stationed Army in Australia Entered service bee. with United States Marines at llniil Hirer,)'enr I'ruof, to ".111. II lI.b
I in November 1941 ilnlin' In the liiinl, shove des.rllu'd.livforo .
with .
there the United States Army In December 1941. Paris Island S. C.. in Medical
up the last of last week and ; i llimlp Ald'rmnh.utary TubHi -
drove them home somewhere in the Pacific He enlisted ]I 1 see Corps Entered service in March I :; ., Rote of Horlilu: : at Lurid', nt the
in the Private First Class George Reich. I I'nurt IIonH" In the lit) of iikwiholie.
-0- Army. .In March 1941, ert, son of Henry H. Reichert of Private Merrill Hardy, nephew of 1942 ,. I Florida. nil the ltb tint of 1I01"'r.| >
Mrs Chas of East Okee- 1M.
Miss Alice Bass returned to her Hardy
Okeechobee, stationed with the In- .....
lithium! ininit IIH wltMi> : II II
home here Tuesday from Tampa I H. H. (Sparky) Osteen, son of fantry at Fort Benning Georgia. chobee in United States Army en- Private Cecil Johnson, foremen of II 'murk. 'I 1'I' I 'inii'h'. J r., KuliprtliiMnrtln '
where she spent the past week with Mr and Mrs. H H. Osteen. now of tered service in February 1942. Parker Brothers ranch before en- l It".\ K lUiilcrmiii nil of
Fort Pierce but Entered the Army in March 1941. .. I. ./ I'lurliliiJill .
her sister, Mrs. A. R Hilton.0 I former residents of I 'erln service with Tech School :I. Will WIIl.t'Io\OIl.) \ ..
Okeechobee with the United States Vernon M King son of Mr. and Squadron at Lowry Field Colo.Entered \Hnlni.nit nmiiilankmiT. or IlPitUter(
Air Corps Foster Field Texas Entered Charles Raymond Harden, son of Mrs. W J. -- ---
Lawrence Reeves left last Fridayfor King of East Okeecho service in May 1942.
I service In the late Jesse F. Harden of Okee- Not everybody wllh dollar
Jacksonville where he Is spend- August 1941 bee in Gun Crew aboard ship in I S S *
chobee in the United States Navy to n shout a
ing two weeks with his uncle and the United States Navy Entered ; Private Paul Wongrey son of sun
Private James V. Cousart son of aboard the U S. S. O'Bannon. He I service in everybody ran
aunt. I March 1942. John Wongrey of Okeechobee, with
-0- the late Jas B Cousart and Mrs. entered the service In October .. Technical School of United States IstrallCht-but to the. bank and

Mrs. J. M Roe left last week for Marlon V. Cousart of Okeechobee 1941. .. Private J Muil Dalgneau, son of Army Air Corps at Kessler Field. every pay day Buy your
Washington, D C. and places In stationed with Medical Corps at Mr and Mrs. F E Dalgneau of Miss. Entered service in April
Virginia where she is spending two Camp McCoy Miss Enlisted in the Private C. E. Kllpatrick son of Basilnger stationed with Medical 1942

weeks visiting friends and relatives Army in April. 1942.. the late Mr. and Mrs D. R Kil- Detachment at Fort Benning, Ga. 1 .

-0- patrick of Basslnger stationed with Entered service in March 1941 Private Matthew Won,ey, son of FQ&yiCTORYBUY
Corporal Bass of Mrs .the Pa/adhute at Fort ,
Ray son
I --- -
Mrs P. F. Burr was carried to ----- John Wongrey of Okeechobee In
the hospital at Miami last week Angle Bass of Okeechobee in Coast Bragg, N. C. Entered service in Private Paul D'Agostlna son of the United States Army Gunnery
Artillery stationed at Camp Davis, January 1942 Mr and Mrs. Joe of School Fla
where she underwent an operation DAgostina at Panama City,
N. C Enlisted in the service in .
there Saturday morning Mr. Burr Okeechobee. in United States Armyat I a *

accompanied her and returned to January 1942.Sergeant . Monroe Rogers, son of Mr. and Camp Picket Va. Entered ser- Corporal Jean Harvey Hamrlck UNITED

his home here Sunday morning. Mrs. J. R. Rogers of Okeechobee vice In June 1942, son of Mr and Mrs R E Ham-
He stated that her condition was Lawrence Arrington, stationed with the United Sta.tell rick of Okeechobee stationed with i STATES

very satisfactory when he left son of C. C. Arrington of Okeecho- Army in Texas. Entered service in Corporal Albion F. Harden son the United States Army Air Corpsat
-o- bee in the Infantry with the United July 1942. of Mr and Mrs C. D. Harden of Bradley Field Windsor Locks WAR
States Army stationed at Fort .. Okeec'iobee'! with the Marines in
Ed Raulerson was carried to I Connecticut. Entered service De-
Tampa Tuesday for treatment but Jackson, S C Enlisted in Army in Private Henry Prescott son of aboard the U. S. Battleship Wyoming cember 1941 4 NvBONDSru

returned home here that night. He January 1941. Mrs, Martha Prescott of Basslnger somewhere In the Atlantic .. AND

is suffering from a heat attack but stationed with Infantry at Fort Entered service In June 1940. Private Theodore Sloan son of STAMPS
Is thought to be improving. Enoch Walker son of Mr and Sill Oklahoma. Entered service in Mr and Mrs Bethel Sloan] of
V Mrs Hulon Walker of Okeechobee April 1942 :Sergeant Jimmie Belk, don of Okeechobee. with the United States

Mrs. W H. Ward Mrs James now serving with the Submarine I .. Mrs Delma Belk of Okeechobee. Army Air Corps at Denver, Colo-

North and Mrs Henry Clark, left Forces somewhere in the Pacific Private First Class Lawrence I In Artillery at Seattle, Wash En- lado. Entered service in October
He enlisted in the United States
Tuesday for their homes In Live

Oak after spending the past week Navy in May .1937.. .

here with their sister, Mrs. W. H.
Private Woodrow Walker, youngest
Russell. son of Mr. and Mrs. J, H: _, .. "

Walker, Sr., of Okeechobee, now .
Sheriff Jeff Wiggins of Moore IjM" If- "' . serving at the Induction Station at \\D I p' .
'Haven was visitor in Okeechobee $$ : \ .
Camp Blandlng Starke, Fla. Entered I '
., ., .
Sunday afternoon and night the United States Army in .
-o- May 1942. ''
Mrs. Pete Echols left? Saturdayfor q.,

her home in Jacksonville after Private Robert C. White son of

spending last week here with her Mr. and Mrs. M. E White of Okee-

, parents. Mr. and Mrs. B. K. Pad- chobee stationed with the United

t:, '.? RCtt. She was accompanied home [ States Army in California. Her IJ
....., h f--, fio'1 by her sisters Miss Madeline Pad- r entered the Army in March 194:: ,
gett and Mrs. Carl Wise. of Wild-
wood John Reichert son of Henry H L.

-0- Reichert of Okeechobee, stationed

Howard Sharpe of Canal Point with the Coast Guard In Maryland. '
Entered the service in June 1942. I
was a business visitor in Okeechobee -
Saturdaj Mr. Sharpe was for
many years editor and publisher of Staff Sergeant Jake Reichert son
the Everglades News at Canal Point of Henry H Reichert of Okeecho- 342'
stationed with the United
active bee .
but retired from newspaper 'sz
States Marines somewhere In the
is compiling
work in 1935. He now
Pacific. Entered the service in
data for a history of the East

Beach section of Lake Okeechobee 1931. *
and while here he Interviewed a I
First Class Machinist M.
number or old timers here who had Eugene
of that at the Hall son of Mr. and Mrs Reese
knowledge section I
time it was being developed Upthegrove of Utopia, stationed
? .
with the United States Coast Guard !&
-o- /
Be faithful over home relations; at Mobile, Alabama. Entered the I

they lead to higher ,Joys: obey the service in September.. 1939. :

Oolden Rule for human life and it ... 4 av fI y
Staff Sergeant Ralph
will spare you much bitterness. Okeechobee t
of Mrs. Ida Ming of a
Mary Baker Eddy.Gilbert I 4
stationed at Camp Croft, Spartens- e .
-----------1 berg, S. C. He entered the Army /

July] 1940
,. .
Theatre i '
Private Robert Ming, son of Mrs

Ida Minx of Okeechobee now stationed
OKEECHOBEE with the Infantry in Los

Angeles California He entered the !

Army In February. .1942. (tI I > Scrap lrQn sad ,e, 'rl + Flt
Jimmie Finger, son of Mr and i

Mrs O C. Finger of Fort Myers, [I I
THREE MESQUTEERSIn but former residents of Okeechobee. |

Stationed with United States Navyat

Norfolk Va. .

CHEROKEE TRAIL Private First Class R B. Jerrell, J

son of Mrs T. M. Jerrell of Okee- & \ < = 14

-a.nd- chobee stationed with pursuit el's blast Japan-and Germany-and Italy-' with the chair. .rTT.r. t '

BETTE DAViS & J\MES CAGNEV Group at Murac Bombing Field at rghtning of destruction that can be built from the scrap in ,
Muiac, California Entered servicein 1 w \
-In- I February 1942. I nir cellars, attics and garages, on our farms and in our places + sit ; a r rA4.
.. vti3a,.
.. .
cf business, f I .
I Private Rufus O Jerrell son of w for all marhtne. and S* ... ?a
? .t
C.O.D.Also of ru5ler and tank' Ship ;
and ales rJC.V waste
Mrs T. M Jerrell of Okeechobee, Scrap iron er and run Is m.d, -k ;'&',' yst

; Cartoon I with Field Artillery at Camp Chaf- materials. It \'. >M aH b* uJ f ti r '.r t'+rks, shi 's, plr''s OtherMetaf n ,;;?.I ah of

fee Arkansas. Entered service in and the fightiftti: :* cut 1 t. a /. art nave, It is need Jlfanila Res
March 1942. pe-t.trrlap
S I at once 6a

SUNDAY & MONDAY Private Norris L. Jerrell, son of Sell it to a Junk <*-..>- ,.r.< -.- give; it to a chanty or collection ''/ / % ,

FREDERICK MARCH & Mrs T. M. Jerrell of Okeechobee, agency- take it vcurvlf! to the nearest collection pointor 4, ,. ,, :
SCOTT with the Medical Detachment stationed I '""'" + ''x.l"- ,
MARTHA consult the Local Salvage Committee.you live on a farm, ; ( ;
at Fort Oglethorpe, Georgia. a",,?. ei9'touch
-In- I Entered service in January 1941 and have found no m ans of disposing of your Jurk get in Nda i /

ONE FOOT IN I with the County War Board or your farm implement Jeep..rmaj"e bombs, bin

HEAVEN I I Private Roy Delmar Conerly, son deiler. PSnchut. flares; Ineul.tlon rorlelomi tvlp B peSSi drp nor

I of Mrs. J, W Conerly, Miami Throw YOUR scrap Into the fight! f wAStE CDQpIN wide R g rr evna t

Also: March of Time Late Newt merly of Okeechobee, stationed for-I when roe psis Strain

I I I t the Camp United Wolters States, Texas.Army He in March This message approved by Conservation Division/ t I NOTan.wan boe7.Pound o mm ore LpCALITyour sell Into a 1me deal.an and

Coming : 1942 .. I WAR PRODUCTION I BOARD I (at tim, "; lastly, y Sat. p,4er.ndazor
.\ -L-
F Joan of Ozark Private James W Conerly son of This wfvwtfMiMiif pad far fcy rt Amwfn MM*<.. lofrag C mrr./l .. ,

Remember Pearl Harbor Mrs J. W. Conerly Miami formerly ,"p.- s.1 wM" Mdt pr.vid./ pep..t ...... I.A..Md a..re4

of Okeechobee, stationed with
Captains of the Clouds the United States Army In Iceland. .('. -- '.

-. Meet John Doe He entered service in August, 1941.. .. I Local Salvage Committee Pfiiitc : so I
I .. .w-,;. .;;: /
I '
Staff Sergeant Robert E. Me-' v J. DOMER M. M. MARTIN C. A. FULFORD, Choi.I .

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P \GE rorrt T1J!': f'JI'r"CIIOBEE NEW -- FRIO \Y, AUGUST 14, 1943
-.. --- -
+ + +++ NEARLY DOUBLE WAR SAVINGS en by Circle No.2, followed by a HIGHER JOYS

QUOTA HERE IN: TEN: MINUTES short business session, presided over The most profound Joy has more I Our Job Is to Save; BICYCLESWe

Too Late To Classify __ | by Mrs. C. D. Harden president. of gravity than of gayety In It. -I I IMontaigne

There were fifteen members
pres Dollars
Wnshn !ton. D. C.-At 10 minutes \ i ,
ent. Tuesday afternoon, August have a large stock of
II V IUH-H.I, K\Y I fter eight on the morning of August -
18th, the circles will meet at the V Buy
1, Okeechobee County, Flprida I I. both the New Victory

+ f+++++++ +++++ had already passed its War Savings following 1 with Mrs.homes Lee Rigsbee at 3:30: :, Circle Circle No.No. Tranquil pleasures last the longest l-e'-,' War Bonds Bicycles and regular mod

I had known him as a ganging, Bond sales quota for the monthof 2 with Mrs. Turbyfill, and CircleNo. ; we are not fitted to bear long L1\ /II Every Pay Day els.] Go to local rationing -

barefoot boy and hadn't set eyes Au'Ust and had reached nearly 3 with Mrs. Chesshlre. the burden of great Joys,-Bovee. I your

on him for years. He came to my double the month's quota. John L. -- board, secure a

office four months ago, a husky Fahs, War Savings Administrator -0- L.--_ --- _- certificate, and we will be

young man, sun-tanned rugged. I of Florida reported to the War ,
fill needs.HUMPHRIES
Savings staff today. With a quota Ten cent of Income glad to your .
didn't remember him at first. Th* Okeechobee Singing Class per your I

He apologized for troubling me r 302 for the month Okeecho- held its first meeting at the First In War Bonds will help toI

and for his appearance; he was In f County reported sales of $8- Baptist church Tuesday evening. t build the planet and tanks I

working clothes. He had come to ,TO vorih of bonds bv 8:10: of the the following officers were electedfor that will Insure defeat of Hit- TIRE & RETREADING

ask a favor and was clearly' 111 at trst day of the month. the ensuing year: Bennie Jones I I let ani his: hIs partners. I COMPANY

ea' e. Since I had last seen him he OVeechobee! was among the first president: Hubert Harden. vice -- '-

had married and now had a child unties' in the nation to achieve president, Hamp Conerly. secretary V
I'.; quota In July. W. R. Page Is : South Dixie Highway Phone 139
with another one on the way. Withno and treasurer and Mr. and Mrs. I

special training, he was In the chaliman of the Okeechobee County Sam J. Davis Rev. Marlon Martlm II I 1 Ft. Pierce

class we know as "common laborer" : Wa Savings Committee. custodians of church property This

and he was out of work and In V-- "lass will meet at the church and SO?, OF INCOME1'S

sing gospel songs each Tuesday evening .r
debt.He Lost and found columns 01
had been trying to get workat The business and program meeting from 9 till 11 o'clock This OUR QUOTAIN Toklo
newspapers are crowded
the Tampa shipyards. They cf the W. M. S was held at will provide an evening of good these
days Every time an
men day buth the First Baptist church Tuesday wholesome entertainment and a I
were putting on every
I ( IN i WAR BONDS I American buys a War Bond,
\1'1111'have\ to Join the union : afternoon at 3:30.: A very interest- cordial invitation is extended to the Japs lose face. Bur your
and shipyard officials told him he ;I I Ing and inspiring program was glv those who enjoy good singing. tOrt every pay day

would have to see the business I
airent of the International Hod ,

Union.Carriers He and went Common to the union Laborers head- NOTICE; OF ELECTION .

quarters where a negro In charge

he would have to an
told him pay
'WBXRKAB, The Legislature at 1941. forms ot indebtedness Issued. for road existing provision of the Constitution tlon conservation and regulation of the territory embraced in the aforesaid
Initiation fee of 1010. That is under the Constitution of 1889, of the and bridge J'urpos.* by any county or elating to Amendment but shall be the birds, game fur bearing animals Election Precincts numbered 1!
about State cf Florida did P8M 8 Joint vpeclal roa bridge district or regarded a* an additional method and fresh water fish of the State 01 to 82 inclusive, and X 10 il mClu.nd -"
what he had come to see me Resolutions proponing amendment to other special taxing district outstanding Amendment thereto. Florida, and the acquisition estaoluin enrept such part ,>! Election Pre
He didn't have even ten cents, let th. Constitution of the State of Dor- on July 1st, 1931. or any refunding Approved by the Governor May 8. ment control and management ul Cincts numbered 56 60 and 81 a* lie
askedme Ida, and the ume were agreed to by issue thereof. Bald Board 1941. hatcheries, sanctuaries, refuges. reservations east of the western Shore ot Btscavni,
alone the ten dollars, and he a yote ot three-fifths ot all the memo hall b.v.b.. Statutory powers of Filed In office Secty of Stats May S and all other property now Bay

to lend It to him so he could ben elected to each house; that the Board of County Commissioners and 1941. or hereafter owned or used for such Another of the aii Commissioner
.vote on said Joint Resolutions were Bond Trustee and of any other purposes by the State of Florida, shall District snail comprise' the territory
get a Job entered upon their respective Journals Authority of special road and bridge A JOINT RESOLUTION Proposingn be vested In a Commission to be which wu on the let day of April
I loaned him the money. giving with the yea* and nay thereon and districts. and other special taxing district Amendment to Article Sixteen of known as the Game and Fresh Water 1941 embraced in Commissioners District -
they did determine and direct that thereof with regard to said the Constitution of FlorIda. by adding Fish Commtiion Such Commission Nc 1 as described in 'F
him my check for $10 10, and told the eald Joint Resolution be submitted bonds (except that the power to levy hereto an additional Section PermItting shall consist of five members. one of the Mlnmrs nf the Bool Com
him to receipt. He returnedto to the electors of the State at ad valorem taxes I la expressly withheld the Legislature to vest the Powers from each congressional district a* missioner" or said County at muse 11)4
get a the General Election In November from laid board) and shall take overall 01 making Rules and Regulations Renting existing on January 1, 1941 who shall et seq exc.pt the territory embnced
the hall, and paid the negro papers document and record to the Conservation of Salt be appointed by the Governor subject In the aforesaid Election Precinct)
1943NOW. concerning the same. Sold Board Water Fish and Salt Water ProductsIn to confirmation by the Senate Th.menbers .
(*ho carries the title of Assistant THEREFORE': !: IRA ORAY numi:ered 24 arm 29 and such nan ilFlection
shall have the power from time to a Board or Commission. so appointed shall annually Prclnct number 10 as ac
Business Agent with the check I Florida Secretary do of hereby State*of ve notice the 'tat that s 01' time to Issue refunding bonds to mature BE IT RESOLVED BT THE LEQI3ATURE select one of their member as Chairman east of the western shnre M Btur-n
within the said fifty I ISO) year OP THE STATE OF FLORIDA' of the Commission Bay
had! given him. He was given a GENERAL' ELECTION period, for any of said outstanding 2. The first
That Article Sixteen of the Constitution members 01 the Com The County #nt
printed receipt of the InternationalHod WIll be held In each county In Floridaon bond or Interest thereon. and to secure of the State ot Florida Be ::: "ionI9 anvil be appointed on Janu- hall ot ele'tcd in Comnl.loner at thenoril <
and Common Laborers Tuesday next succeeding the flr.t them by a pledge of anticipated mended by adding thereto an additional 1 und shall sene respectively ele-tton in 1915 shall hold o.
Carriers Monday In November A. D. 1942. the receipt from such gasoline, or other Section to be known as Section for one. two three lour and five fire frr the term 01 two fears Mr
Union, which proved to be undated aid Tuesday being the fuel taxes to be distributed to such 32 of said Article 18 authorizing thelegislature year At the expiration ot each of which they shall nave been '1.-" 'i
THIRD DAY OF NOVEMBFR county as herein provided. but not to vest the power of makIng such term a ucre-sor shall oe appointed ther terms ot office shall not
and M $10.00 not $10.10. The at a greater rate of Interest than said rule and regulations relntlnu to to serve for a term of five one affecteu ov this amendment M'
negro signed the receipt. He was said for the Joint ratification Revolution or rejection of the bonds now bear: and to Issue. sell or conservation of salt water flab and years thereafter there shall Be In each 01
exchange on behalf of any county or alt water products In a board or commission 3. the Districts
amendments The members of the Commissionshall established bv and mpursuance
later. to the Constitution
told he would receive a book if unit for the sole purpose of retiring
be and the same Is hereby
the Stat. of Florida. VIE receive no compensation for their of. this amendment a
The receipt carried the words said bonds issued by such county, or treed to and shall be submitted to ""ervlce a* such but each Commlssioner County Commissioner who shall i-ec'le
A JOINT RESOLUTION Proposing special road and bridge district or he electors of the State of Florida shall receive his necessary traveling In his DI.' rlct but who shall be non "
"working permit". I an Amendment to Article Five of the other special taxing district thereof for ratification or rejection at the or other expense incurred "'h"etngog.d nated niri lcd fnmi tr He expected to go to work the Constitution of Florida bv Adding gasoline or other fuel tax anticipation General Election to be held on the In the discharge of his orflcial Large C\ery Count Commla loON orD
I Ib.reto.n additional Section Relating certificate bearing Interest at not first Tuesday after the first MondayIn duties, but such shall not exceed 'de County vho shall be nloctcrt it
next day and after expressing his to th. Election of Circuit Judges more than three (131 per cent per annum -. November. 1942. as follows: the sum of $000 00 In any one the g-neral elc">ion In l"4i and tt. >.
to me he rushed home to BB IT RESOLVED BY THE LEGIS. In such denominations and maturing "Section 32. The Legislature may year after shall ho'1' office 'or a 'erm "
gratitude I.ATUR1 OF THE STATF tell his wife of his good fortune. That Article S of the r "itlon of ISO| year period as the Board may now created or that may be created fommtasion by this Section shall be rornnennntlon .i such Coit"i -
went and I assumed the State of Florida ', 'nUed by determine. In addition to exercising by it. authority to make and establish the power to fix bag limit and to fixopen mlsf'r! 'ipr. shot? be as from time 10'Ime
Several days by the powers now provided by statutefor
adding thereto an add mnl Sectionto rules and regulations without regardto and closed seasons on a state.v'ide. orovld' hv law
of course. that he was on be known as Section 46 of said the Investment of sinking funds, uniformity of application relating regional or local basis a* It m iv A npr".ed by the Governor M" '*
said Board may iwe the sinking funds to the consnrvatlon of salt water fish find be 19
Article relating to the Election of Circuit to appropriate. and to regulatethe
to 1FiiM
Then he came again created for said bond of
the Job. I Judges be, and the lame if hereby any countyor and salt water products" manner and method of ta'ctng in office Socty at State Miy
my office. He was mentally sick agreed to and shnll be submitted to other special unit road hereunder and< bridge to purchase district the or Approved by the Governor. June 12 transporting storing und using birds 28 ICI!
the electors 01 the State of Floridafor 1941.Filed pame fur bearing animals fresh wnter -
with worry. He had been to the ratification or rejection at the matured or maturing bond participating In office Secretary of State fish reptiles and amphlblnns The A JorTI R'o'uTite pvnv 'n ifn

union hall time and time again Oeneral' Election to be held on the other special herein) road of any and other bridge county district or June 12 1941 Commiwlon shall also have the nower At" titt t to S ct ." I of Ar' o
first Tuendav after the tint MondayIn other to acquire bv purchase gift all prnn-, \ of the L .i .,innion 01 PIorM.i r '-
work cr special taxing district thereof
only to be told there was no A JOINT RESOLUTION erty necessary useful or cons u nt ,i', .
November 1942. as follows: provided that as to said matured Proposing u to H >'nc "ad and Exmp 'uo .
-they weren't putting anybody on. "Section 46. Circuit Judges shall bonds, the value thereof a* an Invest an amendment to Article 7. Section 3. for the use of the Commission In the its to Pe-nvt the Waves ,IAM' -
called hereafter be elected by the qualified' ment shall be the price paid' therefor of the Constitution of the State of exercise of Its powers hereunder inro'if fr "i inv 10u. Win' 'r
the telephone, I 5. The "
Picking Commlsulon hnll lnt
up a" -x>
Census Due .
elector of their respective Judicial which shall not exceed the value Florida Relative to and Ap. to iriv p'r'on of a r-''
the union hall to see If I could find circuits as other State and County plus accrued Interest and that par said K>rt1on ment. by Amending Section 3, fix the salary of and a. pleasure remove I'y' as Prrl 'd'd There. to be :He
01 laid Article to a suitable ccrsnn as Dire'torand Subject .
so is Designate of Oarn'-hmert to the Extent
officials investment
what the trouble was. A surly are el shall bear Interest at the such Director shall have such
roward County a* a Senatorial Dl- of not more nn th-reot n
I The first ei, 'f Circuit Judges rate of three (31) per cent per annum trlct and designate Calhoun County powers and dut'8 an may he -scribed tie of tl. ,.- MaY
and when explained oe
voice answered shall be held General ElectionIn (c). The said Board shall annuallyuse and Oulf County a. a Senatorial Dl<- by the Commtolon In oursuano M Cllrt Law for top A vment of
the situation was advised 1948 to tal.: 'e on the tint said funds In each county account rlct.srj. Ifs d'ltles under this Section Such any OblJpatlcna Ar, 'flue by **-..s. or
Tuesday after the tint Monday first to current principal Director shnll. stihj-ct to the
In pay approval 'mnlled Cortrnrt Siihneo-ient
that "Just because a guy Joined the January, 1949, for a term of six 1 years and Interest maturing. If any, of said LATURE IT OF RFOTVEfl:;THE STATE OF ?FLORIDA ot the Commission appoint. fix the (101tlon ot this Amendment: and v.
The terms of all such office bonds and gasnl'ne or other fuel tax lalartes of, and at pleasure
union didn't guarantee him a Job"and a* they That the following amendment to remove Further Provld'm Exemptions th." ",
shall severally exist at the time of anticipation certificates of such county lAF'stflnts. and other employees wfu In Cases ,
of Income of L..o. th
Section 3 of Article T of the Con. >'n
who was I. and what business adoption of this Amendment shall be or special road and bridge district shall have such now:rs and duties as Twentv-flve Dollar' net V.r
ot the State of
FIord rela-
was It of mine anyhow? and they are hereby extended to terminate or other special taxing. ive tltutlon to Census and apportionment.designating may be a-'l"ned to them hv the Conmission as to' Nece-n't': of L"e W.1 May oe
on the first Tuesday after the district thereof: second to establish or the D're'tor. No Commls. ""fined jy "-K L.'I':1ture:
After all I reasoned who was I I funr account to meet Broward County i* the .
first Monday In January 1949" a linking sinner shall be elMble for any such
future of said bonds und hlrtv-nlnth ((39) Senatorial District BE IT PESO! VET BY Til1' :' .
citizen and I Approved by the Governor. June 12. requirement .n..nln"'nt or emnlovment '
to complain? Just a and Calhoun County ml Quit fountv I ATURE O" VII ".' '\
other fuel : 8 '
1941 viuollne or tax antlc'pation The funds r""I! from the 6TATEO'PO
taxpayer trying to help a fellow Filed In office of Secretary of State certificates where It appear the an- as the fortieth ((101) Senatorial Districtbe mer.-'lon of the Commi' 'n and from 'tlon That th" follow 'rn o _
and the Is hereby .d t '
same aire to Article X of the '
I Jun. .Ictpated Income for any year or years I'" adrMnlstrat'on of the laws and Il" ?
13. 1941.
human being who was down on his will not equal scheduled payments and "hall basubmlned; to the electors -"I1"cn. certn1"niT to b'rds. gnmefur of Florida) ."'horl"ln" the mrr: 'i-

luck and apparently being pushed I A JOINT RESOLUTION Proposing thereon: and third, any remaining' balance of the S'ate rf o-ltln: for ntlfi"o i hearing aplmn's' fresh wster t' hreMiles ment of any WBTCS salirv: ar in"'''-
or rejection at the CliMiernl Election! .o due any nrr'on who l I. the head of
out of the proceed of said< two and amnhih't""uP wi"nv a'n"
IX of the
thatI an Amendment to Article he the first Tue'dav the >"v -,-*,., 1.-..,
around. Who was I to think held on i e.r tr, the x.
of the State of Florida i2c) cents of said taxes shall monthly other funds jr1'v eyn'1'l'ar .
could buck the administrationand Relating to Taxation and Finance, by during the year be remitted bv ..aldbo.rd first Monday In November. 1942. asfollows ,."",, ournone tb.'l c'- .'..-i> ." I" nt I ,.o.<, .? ,'i'i| H w "i,..( the ''na.
a. follows: Eighty (iBO%) ner : <".'- Dime Fund n--l '' -'' K" "" 0' -o fn1 Of ??
I Adding Thereto an Additional Section ." .nH ,? ...... ,. .., \
the great cause of organized Creating a State Board of Admlnls1 cent to the State Road Department for Section 3. The Legislature: that hall by the Co-nr"l.slon a" sh-'l'1 '' 'i rt. n
labor? Who did I think I was Mr. I 1 tratlon; Prescribing Its Powers and the construction or reconstruction of meet In rt'tulur session A D. 1925 and fit In currv'nf o" n",,w Duties, and Providing for the use of State Roads and bridges within the those that shall meet every ten years end for no oT nunvwe The dyes In 194 J for their annrovni T re-
Pegler or Tom Watson? Proceeds of Two Cents per Gallon of county or for the lease or purchase thereafter shall apnortlon the renrtentatlon *- o-rnilM'on maY not ohiitrote It-ri I."tlon: trs s' in to .A? 'h1 s-"' ->n I
Well that nearly four monthsago I the Gasoline or Other Motor Fuel Tax of bridges connecting State highways In the S." te. and shill hcvnnd the r"rrpnt resources of *v. '"f Mt"!. Jt h- ". by ad 1 tIne
was h'
for (II the Payment and Retirement within the County and twenty /20"!,) provide for forty ((401 1 So'tatorlal Districts State name '''n!! un'".s si--ificnllv the Mlow'n7 ctlon.
and the boy still is out of work. of All Outstanding Bonds Fwued By per cent to the Board of County Tom. such [''-,""f to be ni n-irlv '0 a "i"ort7 bv the Len'sla'ur! Section 1.... Tr!rt the nalnrv.
Is Any County or Special Road and mIssioner of such county for use on equal In population as practlcaole T The T,ei.islat'ire miv enact any wages and Income froM anv Si: cewhirjjoe
He has a "working permit". he a Bridge District Prior to First Day of road and bridges therein. but no County shall be divIded In '.".. In n'" o' to.., r"' ,cor..t.nt ,'er d'" and o-vlnn nr to ne-

member of the union, but he might II July. A. D 1931. for Road and Brldg.Purpo.u. (dl. Said Board shall have the making such apoortlonment, and "Mrh tr. n-ovl-'ins of this l"'tenr!. come due a-- owln to unv p .n.vho
and for (2) Public Highwaypurposes power to make and enforce all rule each District shill have one Scnn'or. mont andII e.'-'I"'*" lews Inconsist"nt Is the h!">rl o a f"mllv r-" I 1'''<
Just as well be a Republican for all : and regulation. necessary' to the full "rovHed that E'c-var County Flor- herewith shall! no lop".r rema'n In th's S'nte be the lu"'ei-t <,f
the good it does him. Of course he I exercise of the powers hereby grantedand Ida. shall constitute the Thlrtv-n'nth' In f'si 'e nnd effect AM' 1"\". flxlnatwnnlMes "nrnlshment In the ro-irt of ')hm
BE IT no legislation shall be required to 39th) Senatorial Dlntr'rt and Cal- for the violation of t". nrn- Kite m may Be provided by I.'" '0
Is a free-born American citizen anda 1 OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA render this amendment of full force houn County. Florida and Gulf C"tn- vision' of tvs amendment aM ell l lAW' he extent of not mare thin 25"f ituch
taxpayer and the shipyards he i That the following amendment to and operating effect from and aft r ty. Florida. shall constitute the Fortieth 1 Imposing license ta'es. .h.' be en. salary" capes and 'nrno. for
I Article IX of the Constitution ot the January 1st. 1943 The Legislature (40) S.n.'o'lal Dlntrlet: end at ...te-1 by the Legislature from timeto the: p v .nt of *_no chiyl'l.-.s!| ar'.''.,
wants to work In are operated un- State ot Florida renting to Taxation hall continue the levies of said taxes th.e same time the Legislature shall time by express or Implied contract sumbseQuent -
der the the United and Finance by adding thereto au addltlonal the life of this Amendment, also ancortton representation In Approved by the Governor May J to the ndnp'lon of thin
supervision of ,I section\ to be known as Sec- dlnha riot enact any law having the Htre of iresentatlves.. and 1941. men-lnvnt Provided hwevr thit
States Navy with taxpayers' money tlon 14 of said Article IX: creating the effect of withdrawing the proceeds shall allow three (31 Representativesto F'led In office Secty of State Mav he Lei.lslinire shall not et'end the
I I State Board of Administration: prescribing nf said two (S;) cent of said tn.". each of the five mo.t ponulons 5 1941. r'-ht of Iarnl.hmnt an herein nrov -
-but that dcesn't seem to mean a Its powers and duties. and 'rom the operation of this amendment counties and two (U> R.nre.en ,.tlvoe ,d.d. the salary l 10 _'I1: 00 or I.M
thing. providing for the use of the proceeds The Board shall pay refunding to escri of the next rtt,ht..n more net week excent to n"-."'IMes of its
i of two cent per gallon of the g-nnollne expenses and other exnense for services populous counties and one Rcprcsenatlve A JOINT! RFSOIUTTON Proponing rrny frmn t'me' to time be defined
Thousands of men work at the or other motor fuel tax for ( II thei rendered neclflrallv for or which ; to each of the rem.lnlng counties '! /A'i' r' to Ar''e' V" of the 'iv th" f ec'5'.e1Aiflroved ,
shipyards, and other thousandswant i payment and retirement of all outstanding I' see prnnerlw .'hreerble to. tho account of the State at the time of such Constitution of th' S"te of rinrldi bv the Governor June 11.
bonds Issued by any countv of any county from funds distributedto apportionment Should the Legislature Relating to County and Municipal
to work there. Before they I or special road and bridge district such county: but general expensesof fall to apportion the representation In Governments.BE 1041F1'1* In office Sect, of State June
can even TRY to get a Job they prior to the First Day of July. A. D the Board for services rendered all the Senate and In the House of Representatives IT EVfCTED BY TWH tFOIStATURE II. 19H.
I 1931 for road and bridge purposes the counties alike shall be prorat 1 at any regular session of OF THE STATE FLORID A
must pay tribute to some union and for (Ii) public highway purpose, among them and paid out of said the Legislature at any of the time That the following amendment to Ar-
boss. Is is hereby agreed to and shall be sub funds on the same basis said tax proceed herein designated. It shall be the duty tide; VIII of the Constitution of the A JOINT RZ3OLUTIOM Pronoslna;
It will
no guarantee they ot the State of the Amen't lent ol Section 18 of Article .
mitted to the electors are distributed among the *ev- of the Legislature or Legislatures succeeding State of Florida relating to County
"get a Job but those tidy sums rep- Florida for ratification or rejection at eral counties: provided. report of such regular session of the and Municipal Governments, to be XVI 01 the ConstKuclon 01 FilrIda. -
the next General Election to be Held said expenses shall be made to each Legislature either In Soeclal or Regular numbered Seclton 11 of said Article Relating to Taxation 01 Propertyof
resented in "Initiation fees" are IA 1942. .. follows: Reoru'nr SessIon of the Legislature.and session to aonortlon the representation VIII he und the same Is hereby agreedto Corpratlono. with Certain Exemp
needed to "protect labor's gains". "Section It (a). That beginning the Legislature may limit the expense In the Senate and In the and shall he submitted to the electors Rell"loU. Scientific Munici
January 1st. 1943 and for fifty ((50)) of the Board House of Representative as herein of the State for ratification or pal. "' Literary, Fracumal
I have tried to console the lad years thereafter the proceed of two Approved by the Governor May 13. provided The preceding regular Fed rejection at the next general elec'on or Charitable Purposes
by explaining how much worse off (Sc) cents per gallon of the total tax 1941. eral or regular State Census, whichever to be held In Kowmivr 1142. to-wit: BE IT RESOLVED BY T"V3-
levied by the State law upon gasolineand Filed. In office Sect/ ot State May shall have been taken neareat Section 11. The ,--.">ty Commissioners LATURB OP THE STATE mbA
he might be. They might have put other Ilk products of petroleum. 13. 1841. any apportionment of P'nrwntatlve of Dade ("- ">Vlo shall be Section 1. That the following
him to work sold him tools and now known a* the Second Gas Tax. In the Senate and In the House of elected at the gao "on In 1942 amendment to Section 19 of Article
control In making XVI of the Constitution 01 the Stateof
and upon other futls used to propel Representatives shall shall Immediately r e beginning
working clothes, assessed him. for a motor vehicles, shall is collected be A JOINT RESOLUTION the Constitution Proposing of ( such apportionment In the event of their term of ,,Wre< Florida relating to tas.it on of the
lot placed monthly In the 'State Road an Amendment to the Legislature shall fall to re npor- Dade County Into five County Com property of corporations with certain
of other and then after be known a*
things of Florida to
Distribution Fund' In the State Treasury the State tlon the representation In the Legislature missioners' District to be numberedby exemptions for religions, scientific municipal
he'd worked a week or so, find his and divided Into three (3) equal Section 3 of Article XVII. Relating to .a required by this amendmentthe the said Commissioner from on. .duc.tlon,1 literary, fraternalor
'I I part which shall be distributed Amendment Governor shall (within thirty daysafter to five respectively and delineate the puro.e be. and the
services were no longer required.I monthly among the several counties BB IT RESOLVED BY THS: LEGISLATURE the adjo-'mment of the r iilarsesslor boundaries of such Districts In such same lx hereby agreed to and shall
went to a friend who Is one of a* follows: OF THE!: STATE OF FLORID: ) call the Legislature together manner M to Include within the respective be submitted to the electors of the
One part according to area one part That the following Amendment. to In extraordinary session to considerthe PMrlrM territory "s fnl'osn1 State ot Florida. for ratification or
the top men In the ranks of organ- according to population and one part be known a* Section 3 of Article XVII question of reapportionment and One of the said Commi..1on.rs' Dls.trlets rejectIon at the next general election
ized labor In Florida-a man who according to the counties' contributions of the present Constitution be and such extraordinary session of the Legislature shall comnrlse the territory' to be held In 1942: that I I. to say that
to the cost of State road construction the same I* hereby agreed to shall be Is hereby mandatorlly requiredto which wn on the 1st *0' of A"rlt. the said Section 18 of Article XVI of
has served as a high official In the In the ratio of distribution submItted to the elector of the Stateat rennportlon the representation asrequired 1941. embraced within Flection Precinct the Constitution of the State of FlorIda

State Federation. I told him the a* provided In Chapter 1M39. Law of : the general election of Representatives by this amendment befo'e numbered 24 to Inclusive be amended e a to read M
Florida. Act of 1931. and for the purposes to be h.ldD the year A. D. 141 Its adjournment end such extraordinary und also such oarti of "'' rtion Prerlnct tol'nw.:
story Just as I have told It here. of the apportionment based on to-wlt: leM'on' so culled for reapportionment numbered 10 M. 60 and <1 as "Section 18. The oronertr of all

He was sorry, but didn't have any- the counties' contributions for the Section S. If at any regular or ape- shall not be limited to noire at !lie east of the western shore of Biseavne corporations e..nt the prop-rt" of P
cost of State road construction the clal or extra session the Legislature, the end of twenty days iw at all until Bay, nil as .h"lo..d by a resolution corporation which hall construct a
thing to do with It. He couldn't do ,mount of the contributions established by yoM of three-fourth of all member reapnortlonment effe-ted. and shall of the County Commissionersi ship or biirue canal' across the peninsula -

anything about It. An official of by the certificates made In 1931pursuant 1 elected to each House, shall determine Consider no huslnen other than such "f said County adonte' November Minsq of Florida If the Letleliture
to said Chapter 1M59, shall that an emergency requiringan reapportionment \ designated a* Resolution No should so ensct. whether heretoforeor
the International Hod Carriersand be taken and deemed conclusive In I early decision by the electors of the Approved by the Governor. June 7, 10T71 hereafter Incorporated. .hal be sub
Common Laborers Union omputlng the monthly amount dla- State exist, an amendment to this 1941 Another of the said Dlotrlels! shall ject to taxation unless property
was rrtbutable according to said contributions Constitution dealing with the subject: Filed In office of Secretary of State. ei mnrl e the territory, and only the held and used to the extent of at
coming to town soon and he'd Such funds so distributed shall matter of such emergency may be proposed June II 1941 territory" which wa on the tat day least one-fourth thereof for religious
bring him around and I could talk be administered bv the State Board of and If the proposed Amendmentbe of April. '941. embraced In Commis scientific municipal. edu atlonal llternry. -
Arf-'nlstratton a. hereinafter oro- agreed to by a three-fourth vote A JOINT RESOLUTION Proposing sioners' District No. 4 and Commls.sloner1 ." fraternal or our-
to him. Ided of all the member elected to each an Amendment to Article IV of the District No S. u described In pose Provided however this amend'
fbi The Governor as Chairman theaate House the same shall be entered upon Constitution of the State of Florida Book "?' of fbI Minutes of the County meat shall not affect the Drovl-lorm
Yes know
I have
we a war to Treasurer and the State Comp I' their respective 'toumal with the yea* Relative to the Executive! Deonrtment. Commissioners of said County, at of Sections 19 and 14 of Article IX
win. I know it Is unpatriotic to iler shall constitute a body cor- and Day thereon. Thereupon at the by Adding thereto an Additional See- pan" 1M et seq.t of the Constitution of Florida
i> rat to be known a. the same .....Ion. the Legislature shall provide tinn to Create a Game and Fresh Another of the said CommlMlonerV! Approved by the Governor June 1L
question Labor's activities or prac- "''''rd ot Administration: which for a special election to be held Weep Fish Commission District shall comprise the territory
tices-that 111 be labeled a "laborbaiter" 'hell succeed to all the newer 'St.t.1 not lew than ninety nor more than BB IT RirsOTVTO BT TWf! LWJTSATURH which was on the first day of Anrll 141.Pled h ofna Sr.t of State
oed authority ot the statutory one hundred eighty dav after adJournment V OF THE sTATBOFiORrDArThst 1941. embraced In Commissioner"1 Dls.trlct ,
. But I have certain staunch of Administration Said Board shall and for publication of the following Amendment t* No. 1. a* described In Book "P'"' The vote cut In compliance with
convictions about "Rights" and"Justice" ha,., IB addition to such power a* notice thereof at which special eleo Article iV of the Constitution of the of the minute; of the County Commissioners aid amendments and thec.'n.
may be conferred 'I1. It by law themynae.ment : tIm the proposed Amendment shall besubmitted State of Florida relative to the Executive of said County at page 194 pod and return
and "Americanism", andI control supervision'of to the elector of the State Department by adding thereto an et sen, and also an the territory which thereof decl.raton the .
to .
do stand for the "Working Man"even .... proceed of said two (2c) cent 1 1nf I for p.IOA" or rejection: provided additional Section to be known M wa on the first day of April. 1941 ab.1 restriction a* are .m.re..I..tlo.
Mid, avee and all and other
moneys that If : election of Repreeentatlvee Section 30 of said Article tv. creating embraced IB Flection Precinct mim- law for p
when he can't get WORK. eRase wish on the effective: date of I 1* to occur within saId period. a Game and Fresh Water Fish Commission beNd n to n Inclusive, s* Utahlisted the State of .n.ra
V this amm bemme applicable to the bond* ot the to the electors at such general else agreed to and shall be submitted to IM TTOTTMOrrr W. t
Great Joy, especially after a sud- several eouatle of this State or any' tlon. the Electon of the State of Florid erf the wM District she I I have hereunto "
speeUl fosd and bridge district or If a majority fJI. the elector rejection M the comprise the territory Which wa of and affixed the Great Seal. ot
voting ratification or
den change of circumstances, is apt; other the
thereof. But of
specIal taxing district
the Amendment anal Election M be hM rm the the lit day ot April. 1M1, embrnc--1 Florida at Tal
upon proposed General "
.Issued prior to Jly 1**. 1.'. lilt road I <(. lahassee, the
to be silent, and dwells rather In, adopt the Amendment, UI. same shall flirt Tuesday after the tint Moactef In Oommlealonera District Mo 3. st> C.plta. this the
and brtdsje purposes. TIle.s svetwte'I become a part ot thai OonstltuMoa Ia MosmnrxT 1H a. ibSkm: described M Book: "T" of the Mln'if"at lit day o D. IHa.
the heart than the "Bon- used keretja stUU (
on tongue. -> Thto Amendment shall not be bald to 8eeCioD" 1. Free* end aftr JMa. IB* Obuntf OommMonen of salt I 1 a ORAT.
Fielding. bond time warrant note and other i Rpe.eoIe gs.. ... .., .*, + anneiMi. lartanv. aSv, .. ... .. .. ... -, Secretary of Mae*