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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 21, 1942
Publication Date: -1992
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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."
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Volume 2S-Number 9 Okeechobee, Florida, Friday, August 21, 1942 Price Five Cents

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F. II. \GCOTT DIED AT I STATE WELFARE BOARD '
HOIIOR ROLL OF ANOTHER RUMOR SPIKEDBy
HOME: IN .NMCITY: I :MERIT SYSTEM! EXAMS: NEWS ABOUT OUR

TtES>D\Y OF LAST MEEK j OPEN UNTIL AUGUST 29

Mil! IN SERVICEEDITOR'S -..--
F H Baggott, for many years a MEN IN SERVICEFrank
I Saturday, August 29, Is the deadline -
resident of Okeechobee but who ( Paul: Rardin Editor of The Everglades News. Member
: date for filing applications to
moved with his family to Panama of the Education. Information and Morale Committeeof I
NOTE-We are take the merit system examinations
very
City in 1937, died at his home there the Pahokee-Canal Point Defense Council,* I
anxious to have the name and address I for the four positions of senior and Barber left Wednesday
Tuesday night of last week.
of each boy from Okeechobee Mr Baggott moved to Okeechobee' I Junior claims examiner field deputy night for Camp Blandlng Frank
County who is In the service of his I and accounting clerk to be held signed up with the Army Air Corps
in 1924 and was with the St. Andrews On Wednesday ot this week a rumor was bruited about the
country In order that this list may : by the Merit System Council which two months ago And was orderedto
complete, If you have not already Bay Lumber Company as' streets of Pahokee and Canal Point to the effect that John Kautt serves the State Welfare Board and report for active training Wednesday
bookkeeper and audItor. He servedhis
turned In the names of all dairy operator at Port Mayaca had been picked up by the Federal the Florida Industrial Commission. He will go from Camp
district as a member of the ,
of your relatives who are In the Bureau of Investigation charged with having a short wave send- : Applications must be filed on Blanding to some other training
Board of County Commissioners
Army, Navy or Marines, please do ',several terms. In 1932 he was'' ing set. blanks from the Merit System Office camp where he will begin training

so at once so that our list will be elected Superintendent of Schoolsfor It is my duty as a member of the above committee of the Room 203, 300 West University with the United States Army Air
complete. Avenue, Gainesville. Force.
this county and served until defense council, to track down all rumors and that Is exactly : I .
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Salary range for the four positions -
January 1937 We were unable to'' what I did in this case. Instead of waiting u hear the rumor I
Corporal David: W. Ctussel Jr. is from $210 per month max I Sergeant Purmel Hargraves ar-
on of Mr. and Mrs. D. W Casselof learn the cause of v his death. repeated-and exaggerated every time-I went straight to the man imum for senior claims examiner to !, rived home last Saturday and Is

Okeechobee, stationed with the Involved-Mr. Kautz.. $12d minimum for accounting clerk. spending this week with his parents

United States Army Air Corps at This County FirstIn I heard that the FBI had taken him to Miami. I had heard -- -VSugar I,I Mr and Mrs W. B. Hargraves and

Savannah Ga. Enlisted from okee- a dozen different tales and was anxious to get to the bottom of family. Purmel Is a sergeant in
chobee County In September 1910 stunned when Company Is the United States Army Air Corps
the thing and find out the facts. Mr. Kautz was
o o' 0 Bond Sales For and Is stationed at Spence Field
and assured me that the rumor was un-
he was told of the rumor
Corporal Earl W Ralfoid. ion of Moultrie Oa. He will leave tomorrow
Mr a. Susie Raiford of this cit. iounded. After consulting members of the defense council and Now Producing Oil to return to camp

stationed with the United States Both July and Aug. making necessary investigation those of us on the above committee

Army Air Corps at Dale Mabry are convinced thai the iiwKr was nothing more than From Lemon Grass I Rex Anderson who Is stationedat

Field Tallahassee Fla Enli.t d Florida', quota for War Bonds malicious Intent to discredit: Mr. Kautz In the eyes of the community the Naval Training Station at

In December 1941. sil\<"s in August I is $7500000 and ___ I IClewlston. Key West, left Monday to return

o 0 0 ther are man' mdlfatlons now The next time you hear a l'uulol'-h1btead of spreading it to Au? 17 (FNS) .- Only to Key West after spendlng- short '
Private Ernest E. Ralford. son of I furlough here with
friends and rel
that we will reach It and that's a the four winds-I'll consider it a favor If you'll come direct to me mmercial source of lemon grass
Mrs Suite RalTord of this city Ii"f money '->r this state In the Is made. nil In the United States-used by I atives. r
stationed with 'the 14th Repair and report It. I II see to It that a thorough investigation 0 .
dead of sunimei'-but It will take housewives for flavoring and the
Squadron, United States Army "the everlasting teamwork of every Guilty parties will be apprehended and Innocent persons will be losmet'c Industiv for perfumes and I Edgar Raulerson has returned to!

Air Corps Duncan Field, San Antonio blo:>mln' soul" to do the job. exonerated. The particular committee on which I serve has full scented soaps-Is now In full production I the Naval Air Station at Opaloka

Texas Enlisted December County quotas have been set by and complete instructions in regard to handling such cases. It's here on a chain-line basis 'after spending several days'' here

1841. the U S. Treasury Department and your duty to report the rumors to our committee. But *it Isn't. liv W. Moran. vice president of the with relatives and friends. He was

o 0 0 some Florida counties, notably Dade the thing to do to repeat the rumor until facts have been bared. U S Sugar Corporation reported called home on account of the Illness ". ,'.-
Private Brit Class John H Walker and Lake have divided the quotas and today. of his father, Ed Raulerson.
matter will be appreciated
In this
son of Mr. and Mrs. J. H. among the various selling agenciesIn Your co-cpera'ion : be- With East Indian supplies cut o 0 0 ..

Walker Jr., mechanic In mound Dade and various towns in Lakeso reputations may be saved if you'll do a little serious thinking rff by the war some 1000 acres in I: We are in receipt of Information .

crew In UnlteJ States Army Air that each knows what Is ex- lore you pass a rumor on to your friends. the Everglades will provide about ;! that Woodrow Walker, son of Mr.

Corps, stationed somewhere In Australia pe'ted of them. ??? ? ??t 100000 pounds of the oil for American I!; and Mrs. J. H. Walker. Sr., has
Enlisted In Army in OctOber I Dade: county's quota for August <: ? X industry. Samples of the been promoted to the rank of First

1940.Sergeant. ; Is $.765.500. Lake county's quota I'!j> .;- oil sh->\\ it to be between 75 and 80 Class Private and placed in the .
0 0 !: FEW TVCTS .\EOVT JOHN K\UT/! office at tile .
\ induction station at
I for the same period Is $75,100. We fi; :: percent pure dtral, Moran said i(
carl Stella i son of Mr. I wish them the best of lurk as we AND HIS .'.UIILY' ?: Harvesting Is now operating on Camp Blanding.

Ud Mrs K. E. Stello of OKeecho- do all the rest of FlorIda. Our adjoining J,, y a continuous cycle of ten weeks. o 0 0 ..t

oee United States Arm Air Corps I countof St. Lucie has a f:j: John Kautz according to his naturalization papers and ;{r; By the time the last acre had been I. Lieutenant Chas. L. Raulerson

Geiger FIeld. Spokane. Wash. En- I quota for this month of $34 200. ? this writer was born Fobrtmij $; (tut the first is again ready for ;'r." recently been promoted from ,
listed In in 1942. : his birth certificate! Inspected by Second Lieutenant
Army January I They had a much larger one In [: naturalized .'? harvesting with the climate per to First Lieutenant .
o 0 0 I 1896, In Saiatofski, Russia He Is a In the
I July and passed it easily so should i.;: 11 : mitting four cuttings a year. i' Quartermaster Corps k.q
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Corporal K. R Anderson eon 'IEeach. have no trouble this month. 2: American citizen Mrs. Kautz was likewise born In Russia :: The sugar company began experiments 'at Hobe Sound. Charlie was %, ;

'3'vAlva Anderson of Upthejrove Here's Florida's record since quotas 'j'{ atcoiding to the naturalization papers.' :.ytIt I;: back in 1935 bringing theI Second Lieutenant In the Reserve .

Motor Transport Division were established: :.V: might be Interesting to note that Henry Kautz, son 1' plants to a full production commer- Corps and was called to active service .

United States Marines stationed May $3794200 $7,179701 i f; of Jlr and Mrs Kautz, is a member of Uncle Sam's army ::j: I cial basis at the moment when the the first of this year
Georgetown British Oulena June 7803800 7704.049 X: Another son Johnny j: I nation Is entirely dependent upon 000 t .
Is stationed at Tampa.
9,842.000, 9644630 + air corps and .1. I Its own resources for the oil | Clark Hancock arrived home from .
July Onlyother
... .f.n1 e Marine! coop tit wiew !', made application.i 1 .1,
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September' 1937M Florida'counties were first in the =jp: lias'.jus.fr'fc' :. tui'iuxljjivm.' Mlfunij. : Marines* Another'rsott;.:r"; .;:; source at- '_ut. U Camp Blandlng yesterday: and..1l. .
000 United States, to reach and pass :X: for enhance Into the nlted States ::; 1! 1 In Guatemala and these PlanUILi.1'\ 1 spending a ten day furlough\ here I

Sergeant Purmel Hargraves son their quotas In the past four .{. Roy 'Pablo Is in defense work in Carolina. :f Ject.tj: ship deliveries. | and at Fort Meade. Clark has been

<.' County Supervisor of Retstra-\ months :X j: ''.1'' Lemon grass once the oil has I confined to the hospital at Camp .

.on and United Mrs. Hargraves of this ,, May.Indian River was the' first in v.:..:..:..:":-*: ***: ****: *: **: **''...:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:'.:..:..:..:...:..:...-:..:.-:..:..:..:.-.:. en been an extracted excellent, also cattle has feed been provo when i but BlandIng his. condition since he Is entered very much the army im-

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Corps Spence Field. Moultrie da Hemando c-untv was first In ,- ----- -- --- mixed with black strap molassesand proved.

Enlisted December 2. 1942 Promot"d June with Indian River county I Boy Scouts Is being used In Florida. for i. 0 0
to rank of sergeant July 1st. second. Large Crowds Are Frank Reeves Eugene Wright, this purpose. War, however has Word comes that J. T Hancock

0 0 0 Okeechobee\ county was first bothin I fl "-.don Draughn, Chas. Hargraves prevented wide use in this field who enlisted in .the United States

Private Elzle Oodwln, son of W. July and Aujust Defense <;m.nj Evans, Billy Goodwin Billy since the government has restrictedthe Marines several months ago has
E. Godwin of Upthegrove Beach I $87,11(10.000 In H :Month Attending!: I HnuliJnck Wolf Billy Chandler use! of molasses in order to been promoted to the rank of ser-

with the Infantry stationed at Florida folks have bought mot I ''u k Elledge. makE large supplies available form geant and made provost marshalat

Camp Plckett, Va. Entered service I than '87.000.000'orth of U S War Drills Each WeekThe Commander D B McCarthy keless powder, Moran saId. He the Naval Air Station at Jacksonville -
In the first 15 --V predicted that at the conclusion of Sergeant Hancock had
I Bonds and Stamps
.In June 1942 0 0, 0 I months frrm May 1, 1941 to August I ..>.;..!..!..i"'."......*.............*.."..".' '.....-.*..**..* that war, Florida cattlemen will been serving in the office and ad-

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Private Julian Hodjes son of'' 8. 1942. thus leading every Citizens Defense Corps met I finish" their own cattle using the ministrative work prior to his promotion -

Mr. and Mrs. Hodges: of Indian- Southeastern State in per capita at the Court House as scheduled I A Week of the War crass and molasses feed. I to the duties of his new
I Job
town, United States Army Engineers purchases and only two states. 8 Sixty men
August 13 at p. m. *.,iiMtiMin oi Infttrimiiliiii un t6r! i 0 0 0i
have
Fort Belvoir Va.. Entered service North Carolina and Virginia and eligible boys were present, mostof In,,,P n" tinii' Ivw'tMiiiii'iiU' nf tlio VV wkMuili shore based aircraft from Australia i
Frank made Okee-
who
In volume. Oflliliil MonrrM Bradley
s'H: more \inllnlili1 <>)'
In April 1942. them with their shot guns or

o 0 hundred We will million soon start dollars on our second lines I (0(..:":..:..:..:..:..:..:..:":..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:. continuously bases and ship attacked concentrationsIn "Japaneseair chobee before moving his home to, Fort for many Pierce years left

Private Smiley Waldron son of While this was a fair showing held harbors" In
10 enemy support that city Wednesday for Camp'Blanding
Remember everybody percent Lt. Gen. Henry H. Arnold, Chief
Mr. and Mrs. N. F. Waldron of many more were expected. This Is of the Invasion Commander In
to enter the FrankIs
every pay day of the Army Air Forces said American army
Okeechobee with the Infantry stationed not a private war every one must Chief of the U. S. Fleet
W. R Page Chairman, airplanes generally are King reported the first man we know of who
Pickett. VI Entered his one has a Job to super-
at Camp do part every early In the battle that the
in the the
Okeechobee County War Savings kr to those of the enemy. He said served army during last
service in June 1942. do. and if you do not show up at U. S. appeared to have had at least
Committee that In the Pacific theatre since war that has been drafted for military
o 0 0 these meetings, you will not know one cruiser sunk and two cruisers
V service In this war. Frankwas
the started 1110
war planes
Boatswain's Mate First Class Rex i what your Job Is. Anyone who for army two destroyers and one transport
GENTLE REMINDER: TO have battled with 1459 Japanese discharged after the last world
Anderson, son of Mrs. Lizzie Anderson some reason or other cannot attend -
while
damaged large number of
OKEECHOBEE FARMERS: aircraft and have shot down 190 a war as a lieutenant in the Army
of Frostproof, and brotherof cne of these meetings, Is ask I enemy planes were destroyed and
Air Force but this time hewas
with loss of only 104. These figures
Alva Anderson of UpthegroveBeach I There Is a right time and a wrong ed to phone 87 or 88 and contact enemy surface units were putout drafted and goes back Into the
do include
not planes destroyed on
stationed with the United time to do an>.thing-the right time Mrs. W J Hendry stating that the ground those shot down of action. He said the type of operation service as a rlvate.MERIT .
States Navy at Key West Florida. tJ plant potatoes Is when you can you will not be present. otherwisevou by being undertaken In the-
anti-aircraft fire. and Marine
Entered service! In May 1942 get the cuttings. The month of will be fined 25 cents This Is Navy Solomons Is one of the most difficult !- -- ---

o 0 0 August Is a good time to plant potatoes the amount agreed upon at an Corps action or the work of the I in warfare. j: SYSTEMANNOUNCEMENT
American Volunteer Forces in
Oranvllle N. Wilson son of Mr. for quick growth and a good earlier meeting and will later be i it I The Navy raised the toll of Japanese 'i
and Mrs. E. J Wilson of Okeechobee. with used for ammunition. ,, China I II i
yield We have been blessed t ships sunk or damaged in the :j I _
Seaman second class in United ], good seasons for potato glowers I All Civilian Defense Units all Gen. Arnold said the goal of a I I Aleutians to at least; 22 by adding

States Navy aboard U. S. S. North | Yet our acreage for this crop will committees formed and ready will(I 2000000-man Air Force with 185.- a destroyer to those hit In the sur- ;, Wanted for Immediate

Carolina: Entered service In December not more than feed the citizens of meet at the Court House September ono) fighting planes would be met prise attacks of August 8-9 on Kls- EmploymentJunior

1941Corporal Okeechobee county, to say nothingof 10. Hamp Conetly's rifle squad will lIe said the recruitment and train- I ka Harbor. U. S. headquarters In

o 0 0 supplying the fighting men. The meet every Thursday and Lee tog of pilots, bombardiers and nav the European theater reported army Engineers

Jessie D. Wilson, son of uses of the sweet potato are too Rlgsby's squad will meet every igators is progressing perfectly i Air Force fighters paticlpated with
Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Wilson of Okee- numerous to mention but Just two Monday. All who are not in one There Is, however a growing demand I the R. A. F In 31 sorties off the ,)I Junior Serologists

chobee stationed at Moore Field of those uses are sufficient to Justify of these two squads will meet with for gunners various enlisted I coast of England in 48 hours ending I I with

Mission. Texas Entered service In an increased acreage. Sgt McCarthy Thursday August technicians radio operators and August 13. Air Forces heavy bombers Florida State Board of Health

February 1942. First. it looks good on the tableIt 27 All these meetings are at the glider pilots Gen. Arnold saId based In India and China continued Jacksonville

00. I Is a splendid substitute for meat i j Court House at 8 p m. American planes are arriving In destructive raids against the

Private First Class Edgar J Wtl- and second. It Is good feed for livestock Don't make yourself conspicuous Erltlan every day In preparationfor Japanese. The Navy announced the

-on. son of Mr and Mrs. E. J. Wilson I know of no other crop K being absent. the aerial offensive against sinking of seven United Nations Positions for junior engineers and

of Okeechobee, United States that will give the tonnage of live''' Those present at this meeting Germany In union with the R. A. merchantmen by enemy submar Junior serologlsts are now open
with the State Board of Health In
Marine Corps stationed somewhere stock feed that sweet potatoes will were: F. ines, the lowest weekly number of
Enlisted more than Osle Raulerson Chester Rauler- !!,1 I Lt Gen. Dwight D EIsenhower, Jacksonville. Persons with a de-
m the Pacific. dive Tr.'re are plenty of plants In | such sinkings announced In the
two years ago. Okeechobee county available at this son Dave Coker Jody Freeze Mose commander of United States Army past 16 weeks ;nee in engineering with degree

o 0 0 time. Even farm home should ( Lanier Roy Tomllnson, Delton Har :' forces in the European theater saidIn I RATIONINGSugar In bacteriology and courses in serology -

Hospital Apprentice First Class have at least one acre In potatoes | den. Leo Greenberger, Ed. Knight '' London that training of U. S. ration stamp number 8 will or with serological experience
and Pad- units there must be Intensive in all In an approved laboratory, are requested -
Marvin L. Wilson son of Mr. if you want to harvest a crop this Rev. D. O Alderman, Robert be good for five pounds of sugar in
Mrs E. J. Wilson of Okeechobee, year you had better get busy and I gett George Clayton: Mac Underhill I Its phases. "This Is true" he said I the ten-week period beginning August to communicate with the
Merit Florida
System Supervisor,
Medical Corps United States Naval plant during this month. Robert Burgess Martin Hancock I "flrst. because the time Is short; 23 and ending October 31, the
State
Board 201 Profes-
Air Station Jacksonville, Fla, Entered Feed beds of tomatoes egg plants Homer Evans. John Chandler ,:: econd because the problems we Office of Price Administration an- 1 of Health
slonal
the Navy in June 1941. peppers collards and cabbage shouldbe I' Hugh Chandler A. W. Davis. have demand the ultimate In trained pounced While not changing the : Building Gainesville Fla.,

planted right away for the fall : lie Raulerson. Howard Wise, I Lea-I 1 personnel; and third becauseour baslo ration of one-half pound per j j I foe further information.. .

Private First Class Howard Ren- crop. We must produce enough of j McMullan N. O. Stewart L. Roe- men must be toughened and person per week, It will enable consumers I I V

nls Padgett con of Mr. and Mrs. these crops to help feed our men buck, M. M. Martin L. Rigsbee. H. hardened physically to stand the to make purchase in larger Goodness consists not in the outward

B. K Padgett! of Okeechobee stationed at the front. I do not like to men- Mason. S. Swain, Mr Tottman most rigorous operations." units and facilitate the disposal of things we do but in the Inward -

with the Signal Corps of tion war but you know there Is a Glbb Gross, H. Conerly, Carl Dur- THE WAR FRONTIn S, 10 and 25-pound packages. thing we are,-<""hapln.V .

. the United States Army at Key terrible war raging. We cannot rance, C. H Parkerson W. J. the first offensive action by Price Administrator Henderson

Field. Merridlan Miss Entered win a war without an army properly Hendry Albert Berka Jr, Connie United Nations forces in the SOuth- and Petroleum Coordinator Ickes The reality and individuality of

service in January 1942.o fed. Food Is just as essential Raulerson Clyde Durrance Joe west Pacific U. S Marines effected announced jointly that fuel oil rationing man are good and God-made and

SS to winning the war as guns and Wolf T. J, Simmons Jr., Lloyd landings and then consolidatedtheir on the East Coast may be I they are here to be seen and dem-

R. L. Sanderfur. Jr, son of Mrs. tanks. We can not lose the war Scot Arthur Davis Austin Hayes I positions In the Tulagl Area unavoidable next winter All East I onstrated; It Is only the evil belief -

Crela Sanderfur of Okeechobee we won't lose It because farmers Chas. Parkerson T J. Raulerson, of the Solomon Islands. At the ern motorists were told by the OPA that renders them obscure. -

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I I A WEEK OF THE WARI I ders from President Roosevelt took r 1 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OK' THE NOTICE OF APPLICATION' -, YOUR STOREKEEPER AND
(1)IH l'rhLtbclNdus :NINTH JI'DICIAI CIRCUIT OP FOR TAX PEED
I over the strike-bound plant of the T1IK: KTATK OK FLOUIDA IN ASH Laws of ItWSXiillee THE WAR
l General Cable Company in Bayonne Toll( OKKHCIIOHKK! : : ( : c'OI'ST1"1.011.. ( In hereby vlven that hub rl hn ,
i Continued from page 1) II ).h. IN CIIANCEKV Tucker, hntder of Tax Ccrllllcule No, This country owes a debt of gratitude
I stickers Immediately because "It is New Jersey. The strike occurred I ('II." No. W 7.V: bnued the nth dny of AilKiut. A. I to the retail Industry. For no
at the plant working exclusively SI'EHSAlin( r. HOI,I,AM n. flOVKHNU D. 1II2U, him filed" mime In my office ; '
Published Every Friday by the Illegal for any service station attendant I <> OK TUB STATE: OK FLORIDA. him inndn application for a Tux Heed Industry ha shown a more aggres- .

Okeechobee News Co? at Okeecho- to sell gasoline: to a vehicle on production of war materials .I. >f. I.F.F., COMI'TIIOLI.KH: OK SAIDHTXTE. t,. In tunned,,( thereon. Sold, Certlflcntepiiibrnceii slve and cooperative spirit In deal
after the NWLB had refused .J. EPWIN .I.AHSON THEASriIKU the following dcierihed( property I
bee, Okeechobee County, Florida. unless the sticker correspondingto a request for a general OK HAH) STATE J. TOM In the County of Okuechobce., i ing with the tremendous problems;

the type of book Is conspicuously wage WATSOV.) ATTOHNEV. : fiENEKAL( State of Flnrldn." to wit : i Imposed by our war economy. That
increase SAID STATE, nnd NATHAN \Et' of NEIlit NWVi Ion R I
displayed on the car." The ration- I'W\' COMMISSIOVKIt' OK AOIU- II Itt Way. See. 211.: Twp. 37, Kge.K.I. I goes for chain stores Independent

BRYANT BOWDEN .............. Editor i,ing regulations for new passengerI THE ARMED: FORCES OK SAIl STATE n* nnd : I'oiitulnlnir 8 licrcn. I stores and all other accepted formsof
the TUfSTEES OF TOE The assessment of laid property under
I I automobiles were amended to make The Army announced an intensive IXTEHN'AI, IMPIIOVEMENT PI'ND laid Ccrtlflcatn Inued was In the retail distribution. -

members of the U. S. armed forces recruiting campaign to enlist OK TUB STATE( OK FI.OHIUA.iinintinii. bill.ne of Itlanche. Van 1'011. Long before Federal price con

Entered as second class matter I I eligible to purchase new cars upon 100,000 skilled mechanics and tech- 'N. l'III..1 according laid Certificate to law, shall property be del redeemed trol was adopted, retailing general

July 1. 1914, at the Post Office In }1 proof that a car Is needed for trans nicians for service! in the Army Air 1 IIOSA MA 1111.( widow I ET: AI. crlbed therein shall be sold to lbs went to work to hold prices

Okeechobee, Florida under the portation between residence and Forces, the Signal Corps and the l'a i-f'iidnntii. highest. bidder at the Courthouse door down Whenever possible It lowered
NOTICE TO APPEAR on the first Monday In the month of
Act of March 8, 1879.STJBSCmPTION. post of duty or on official military Ordinance Department. All applicants I 'THE RTATK: OK Ft.OUIDA Seiilember.' IU'hll'h In the 7th day Its operating costs and passedthe
must be male ('O Itnlii.rt Blind llIrlh.'ho.." nitilrp of Heptflllher, 1012.
business where vehicleIs U. S. citizens savings on to the consumer. In
. .. ._--- -- -- -- no military .. In rare of Torppilo Sipinilron' rmted' thin IMI dnv ofIIIIU.t.) VI42.
available, between the ages of 18 and 44 inclusive Four, Brooklyn Navy Yard, Brooklyn ItOY( U. HAULBKSOX many Instances it voluntarily reduced

RATE and all must obtain clear XPW York : Clerk! Circuit Court of Its own modest margins of
FARM: PRICES I You Are hiTi'tiy rpqnlrpil to nip nn Okppchobee County, Florida.
One year In advance .......:..... $2.00 I ance from their selective service prnrnnpfi In the nbovff prnrppdlnjr In "H'lri-ult, Court Sep profit In order to control prices.It .

Six months In advance ............ 1.00 Livestock very complicated price ceilings controls would require of boards. The War Department saidIt "f MiU Sppfpinhor pniirt on A.or I tipfnrp). 1042.. flip the 7th nnttire day Is a significant\ fact that, over &

Three months In advance ........ 75 will train dogs as sentries messengers I nf wlitrh( prormllnir Ii thp fiiroplomir 11,1', Iliuinl, of NOTHK'I CoimnliiiiloiivrH long period of time wholesale prices
marketing conditions, even to inspection pack dogs 'airplane spotters I! nf n mnrtgnc" upon ri>nl nutnto Hltil- of okeechobee' fount" .01111'0. Fhirliln. willnun1 Increased to a far greater extent
at individual farms Agriculture and for other I OIfp I lylnir. and lint lilt In OkppchnlippCoiititv. aa the" Itourd, IIr' Kfiunlfxiitluti: onMoiiilnr.
purposes. Dogs Klorldn. dpRrrlliptl DM follow, than retail prices. In other words
Wickard Autcuit 24. 1012. for the purIIOKC -
Advertising bills are payable on Secretary said. for Defense. Inc., a private organization ,In witFrom I of ciiiiillr.lnK.|' ) revlewltiK, wild henrinu had retailers Increased their mark:
Such the IlnniHii-k nipundirpornpr
ceilings would benefit smallpackers
the first of each month. Parties will continue to act as the on \Vpnt (llnp( of 8pr. HI colliplnliiH im In the value of bothrctil up on the basis of the wholesale

unknown to publishers required to he stated, but would not army's procurement agency and the T. 37 *. II. a.1: n.: run S. Ml dpiinci ,1!nnd bv pemonnl the, Tax property AMNes Nor ax fnr the anHCHNIM price Index, the cost of living would
Increase supplies. If It becomes 4.1': J':. fl.'fl.V{ : fort on nnd I
pay In advance. does! will be trained at the quartermaster ,I nlnnir the Hnnpnrk 11"1111,1.1' lion spar 1942.Itot' : have been substantially higher thanIt
necessary, however the Departmentof It.t HAI'LEHSON.clerk. I
to lif bi'ltlllllttlir. ThPIIPP S.
Remount pnllll
Depot at Fort ( Board of <''''11111 ('urnmiuuslouersYOUR actually was.
Agriculture will assist In workIng 0 ilPtrriM'K 21' K.. 04(10 fppt; ThpnppE.
_.
Royal. Virginia. The Department I -- and priorities became
1314.7: font : Tlipncp North 0il.'KH'cn --- -- --- A< shortages
!, out he said.
a ceiling
Reading! notices In local columns. [ program announced a reorganization of its 'V W 0:1.1: fl fort In the more severe, retailers took
Mr Wlckard the available llani-ork nipfliiitpr lice ThpiireN. .
reported :
I
10 cents a line. Rates for display I I various public relations units to Ml(( di.rri'pi4 4.VV.: 1111.7 tent i TIRES I the lead In advising consumers on
meat supply after deduction of
advertising: furnished en application I eliminate the Issuing of conflicting to HIP point of lipitlnnlnir. Con how to select and use suitable sub-
lend-lease and military requirement tnlnlns) 15.17 npppn. morn or I....
Classified advertising. 3 cents statements I stitutes. They Issued factual Information
All h'lnll nnd liplnir In Spr. 32.
*! would furnish four
each word per Insertion All Items pounds The Office of Civilian Defense I 'r 37 S. U. 8.1: KIIKI. Cniinty "f Need Recapping? which showed the consumer
more meat per person between now I Okppi'liolipp. III nIp of Florida.
regarding enterprises conducted for i and June 1943 than the I II :' will help recruit full time personnel : PONE ANn OIIEllEI at Okppchn I how to make many kinds of
profit are chareeable at rdvertlsta! average for the Coast Guard temporary I 1 (hop. ('''"1111' of OlfPiM-hnliPP.' StntP nf articles last longer. And In the
I per capita consumption from July : I "Florida, thin 2mh day nf July. A. I> fill to FOUr Inrnl Ktithinlitir Hoard I'
rates. reserve for beach patrol and coastal I and iMTnre n rprtltlnili, Then hall food field retailers are an Important
1042.
1931 through July 1940. The AIn'I-1 lookout duty The Navy said itj' not n. nAui.ERSON, I yniir tints r..pl.1 by llumplirle* at factor in advancing the National
_. .
- culture Department estimated 'I Clerk Circuit Court I'nrt IMprre, a firm us llh Iffht yf nm
will appoint retailers In designated I'l'iixp. 1 PxptrleneP| th* liftt of .(]iiiimi nt I Nutrition Campaign which Is
PLEDGE TO THE FUG number of cattle on. feed for mar- trading areas to help carry out its I Di'pnty Hv Soplirnnln(....rk. l and n fpniitrttlun for. .tiiar. driillnc, designed to guide the housewife In
I II
ket in the cornbelt states on nlio. ntilit_IIOI.e15Ian.1 I, )i Itflilnd n. }
"I plrdge allcclance to the Flat Aug- plan for controlling the sale of I I iCIrmll Court Seal) I pry tiling they nell preparing healthful appetlzln g

of the I'nltrd.Stitn. of America I ust I had dropped 19 per cent from readv-made uniforms to officers or .\ 'liirttt uliM'k .tf nil .l/fit rnlili.r meals at minimum cost.
the comparable figure a year ago, I I NOTICE OF now on Imitil.' and run the ,prompt I
and to the Republic for which It chief petty officers beginning October SPKrMI, MtlTKK'S II\LE ti rvir, If soil Imp n 1(lr. with .n Todav. retailers are proving their

stands: One nation Indivisible, I apparently because Imposition of [ 15 I1R.SSrORTATlOS | Notice |> hereby given that under rut' nr lirctik bring tn iu for In- abilities as salesmen of War
ceilings pprtlnn. C'hniM'i'H w. cnn \ tilrnnlyi -
on beef prices caused feeders decree mlldenl1l flop
"f
nnil by authority n
with liberty and Juitlre for all. entered the 12th day of MIIT. Ibis, the and make It 1lI\'l Stamps A short time ago. "Retailers
to deviate from their plans as | nn
...
..
r1t'
I l1H2! In the Circuit Court of the (ftlh' xisl.'fory drive was startedin
I for Victory"
.
.
Mail deliveries
-- -- - reported in April this year. and pick-ups face'curtailment | Judicial Circuit In and for Okeocholien U d curry, true IIf the larirfiit new
i Secetary Wickard said the corn I'I'I in many localities because County. Plnrldn. In a certain mum1 ln. Mtnrku nn til" Find: ( anat. (.11 which all kinds and sizes of
THE CAfSES OF INFLATION Hi when you need n tiro ifiitrkly.Cnmpli .
T. Miller wan complain- The object Is
whereinneb
I\ supplv is being used faster than I of lack of men and the need nut nnil 1 Ilonrv slmpinn end Herthu i I .t. IUc\i'le 1'.1.111.1 rvpnlrlnff > stores participated.

corn is being produced and next to conserve trucks and tres the Pliiipmiii. hill wife. were defendnnti. "lull'01 till, parts and liirve to $1.000.000.000 worth of War

.In a finely reasoned editorial the i year "unless we feed more wheat I Post Office Department announced. ,will I. the offer, undcralirned for isle nod Special tell at Mnster publlc .- I> on Mock hunil.of new Hntl ti
New York Times recently definedthe I than usual," over 200 million more j Definite curtailment plans were I nuctliin In front of the eolith dour I nrsivKss WIT L BE the duration Reports ->n the early

causes of Inflation-and pointedto bushels of corn will be used than announced for Washington D. Cooand of the County Court Florida lloum, on fur Moidnv.Sept. Okoerhobee -, 1 "voru ArritcciATnrHUMPHRIES: weeks of the campaign show that
,
the Inevitable disaster that is being raised this year. There I Detroit The Office of Defense I 7, County 1(142( the, mi me" being a ItnleDa : as usual. America's, retailers are doIng .

would occur If Inflation Is not pre I I are still large stocks however, in Transportation said local transport ] liiiim; of nf sold Hale Court to-wlt : within 11 o'clock the A.\JoojrAI M.] I I the Job with complete and

vented. Here, In part Is what It :! the national granary, he said. I systems throughout the country I I and : o','liii-k I'. M.. ell of that certain I TIRE & RETREADINGCO. spectacular success.

said' "We have yet to see any one STABILIZATION OF WAGES 4 I J JI will face the heaviest load In history I "property iltunte In the Comity nfultiH'cliiilice. Your store in short is more than
and ,
State nf Florida .
demonstrate how It U possible to I I The National War Labor Board by mid-September. The ODT more particularly iti'Mcrllied an fnllowii : I Just a place where goods are bought:

Increase wages In the face of a granted an Increase of 7'4 cents prohibited railroads, effective September Lot uuinhcr lullrond ideven( )ill addition of block to [ Pliiine, 1:10: South, 1)1 UI le lllKli"ar and sold In routine: fashion. Retailing

erowing: scarcity of goods without an hour to 61.000 workers in 40 New 15, from hauling refrigerator i'H\right of isof Okfx'eholiee, Plnrldii. FORT PIERCE FLA. Is working to protect the

bringing on Inflation. Nor havewe England and 11 Southern textile and box cars carrying civilian L. I.. CON HAD.HneclHl 1o.1'r.. consumer to the ultimate of Its

heard any one contend that Inflation I i mills.! The board denied any wage freight unless they are loaded to !Ill( K: 11.\\111I1(, ----- -- rC14IC abilities on the one hand-and. to

Is from labor's standpointa Increase. however to 32,000 employees capacity, Solicitor, for Complnliittnt. 1, sire maximum service to the war

satisfactory means of achieving In 10( plants of the Aluminum I Dated May 25, 1942.:: 49-1 j S kK RIAIN effort on the other,

equality of sacrlflec.' Yet It Is Company of America and 900 V-- ... ------=-v
.NO IKK OF API'I.irATION FOR I I ,
constantly; being argued that to restrain workers in the Buffalo New York. I TAX DEED \- 7DAY$ Tea per cent of your Incom

wage Increases would violate plant of the American Magnesium I.a" lit 1933 la War Bonds will Is
help
N ,' In that Illll I'ren
IIII) hereby given
he principle of equality of sacrifice. Company because these workers'I' ': : o6 OF INCOME; :: i-'iit. ,holder. of Tax ('ertlirnles)" I No ::44I| 'I' build the planes and tank

. "had received average hourly rate I f nml i.Y: limiied the Int ,lily of Norviu I II I IL tok,666 that will Innure defeat of HIU
: I ',T.' \. n. l'.i7.:; and' Tax Cerililente/ i I
"The big executive who seeks to Increases sufficient to compensate 1t.o {IS OUR QUOTA No. 13: Issued, tho 4th dny of July A. 1: Ire Cr' h'-s \\ls! :t'"!. -rs.

himself the la for the 15 cent rise In \ H. IIKK: him tiled "iinie In my ofltce. : linn
enrich out of war per the cost made application for a Tai Deed to bUHlled

both foolish and unpatriotic. But of living which had occurred between : ( lllerei.n Silld Cel'litleillen HIM .

his chances of getting away with it January 1, 1941 and May I &'J.... li\\ WAS BCS33 brace the the County followlnx of Okeccbobee dcucrlhcd propcrlxIn State, otfhirldn

are practically 1111. The Treasuryhas 1942." The Navy acting under or I to-wlt :
announced a policy of disallowing I I Heir fiTiii 1'.1. N or S\V Cor II..... R'I
---- ....- 211. run '"JO: rubs. N nn: )'ds.Y
-
unusual and excessive sal .', HeiSi.
K.11 SdMN I/II( Y4s to Beg
aries and bonuses. The new tax I :\IITH t: '1'1\1', :M.: HI/'". 113.: 7V4 licrcl
11 ,lid 1
bill Is calculated to catch the major NOTICE I I. hPlfliy Klvi-ii (Unit |the Hoard of ll"i: :\P5 \IM X of S\V nor ,ifSee.
minify CiniiinhiNliiiiciii' ( .. !
.t
part of what the Treasury lets by Okc'iThi'hcc Coiinfr. I I'l'irlilii.' hill mini" mill, i>niii|>li>toii the 1'cKiinnii if 1.)5) run K: :,'2 ,1.! N M.I: .MK| '
) nn. lien T.
npfcHmirt tniil .. \\ ) vd Is s IM tu
iiilintiry ,
c\i".i> HCN "Old) .t nil tti''i'i.nl| iiml, I'xtninrilliiiir.v, A
Under these conditions it Is rxtwrnliliiron I'linti'iuiiliiti'il im iviiilri'il| I liy Mr,'tl0n I'JWMt: CI''''II''d| || | lii-m-rnl; See .,. '1'I'| ::1HII" .11. 7' r 1 <
Completely misleading to refer to I i 1.1111". of Plfirliln for HIP flm-iil yi'iir 1l1! : .n.: whirl" ) said,, pnllniiiti-ii' will Im lie rex.HiIt. 1 1 1 I
rilllHllll-ml Hill) II nil II)' IlllcipCrll nil Mnll"II.'. .\II 111111 I .
)II'II.t !24! 1U4IJ. TIlH, Mill) 1 \
salaries of the magnitude of 275. I I I 1'11.1.*. fur. the n-iirrilvo| finul' bring In the word. nml Hifiiri'K fallowIlitf ) SK: I'or. of SK'i:' of SXV I tr I
: run S 1S4 VIH.| \V S''ii yds.' X l.'l a'
)
000 and $375.000 as though those ". :C ah rx >D,
(.EX.nAf.It yiln. K: 'J'H > d la SIMS Twp
amounts were actually at the disposal 1111'a." : : 7 llereg

of the recipients. In the case 1111 lIllIr Cminty miiilHli I >.nprii -... .. ...$ :IINNI INI The assessment of laid property tinder s4tlsep
21 II:: 1oIIIIII' "r "'"'rk IIUlml of ("''lilY t'tinut1 lealutll're. _______. .-.-._. 1.x"00) Hillil, l'el 1'111\111.1..11,1 mm In the ".1111' 1 I
n< the latter sum the governmentwill 111! Mulnry ...tIt..rr.. ... far l'onufv 1'"IlltlMlunpr., ......n_. .... INI of Siiiiinntlm ruderhtll. Est : Cnriillin / I I' i I.

get at least 80 per cent 2H. I'ny .b'rlrr fur. 1111"11,111111' ('o'IIly' 1'1011111..1..111'1'. ....____........ 7:1IH.: Cant; Fet : .elltln I'enrce. hn1l he re
221 I''rk' rnlemi Killd Certllleiitei
1'1"1111 ( 1111.1. Iternr4ing n'1
H"'lI'rnl' ('Olin-------------
1 15: 01
"How inflationary are such sal :r't ('...I1I1I1I..lnll.( 111111, $ulltr. ],"''ined according to law property dnlerllied > ''O
) )1''flx A..r _____.....__._._u____.... 1.'HIf.' the
ariesThe relatively small number 125: 1'nn,lnl Mslntu u ud 1 IoIlIh.\. '1',.a 0111"101' __....__.,.. ____. ._.. 2om1l0 therein "hall he sold to
2411 1'1'1 11011., Itpp0lre _--_...--...____-..___....____....__........ nono highest bidder at the Courtbnniie door
and amount Invoved was strikingly 341Siilnry Jiinllur ._____..__._. .!--..--..__......._______ .. iliituio( on the fret Monday In the month of r _
shown by the Treasury's figures Jin MghiK. fuel mul 11'111.1' _.__.._.__.._______....____..._.._._-_------ s.wno "t"inlier, V.H.. which In the 7ih 'Iin -
President's U4I4 Ilium-Kilo __.. ......__. ..._....... ,..____..__................__.... 4.VK: (( > of M.yt''IIler. 11)12.Puled .
pith respect to the pro 141.1! nWnlWhinU ii 5.1! timlutpulli'Mulh'M| | || ........___....__..___.. l.Vi.im thin 17ih dn>rtAl'I.EIlSDN of I. I'.M'j:' .
posal for a ceiling! of $25.000 on Individual L'1111 story SiiH-rrlm| lit ltcKlntriiili.il( .........._____-a ...._-..n._ IMinn ROY It. CI
showed I JH12 K>|ipiHH liHiiiTiil iiml! Spii'liil I ili'i-llon: '' .. ..u___......... "-"___' a.VlitO. Clerk Circuit Court Qiin ,
Incomes These 211\ Ado rtl.11I1l __n.. .._.._.___..__.._.__......._.__".."_.__n' LNN/INI:\ / (Circuit Court Seal)
that only 11.000 individuals and L'lrj'J\: Atlurill'.V fW. _............._......_. IIHlimJiilH ,- -.--- -
and only $184.000- KiiiilnniT.v.' nwril >.. k. iiml nftlr. mipplli-i l ..._.._ IIMHIIKI -
married couples '.'(;ill1.1 1"'I'hllll'11",1' Ti'li'irnih| ......................._._ 17.1.00: AIR I If
000 of Income would be involved. ;'iili.'l\ TrnvHInif HIIII-IIHV'' v..--....---.........................-.... :tlliooi iv THE rincriT cornpr OF TUB. _
this with the inflationary 1'UHI Kiinlpinciit: ( rvpiilrn\ I ....._............................_ .TIHMIami :MXTII jruicur CIRCVIT OF
Contrast Ciiiinev' 'Wli-lnlir, Unmix. 1.WWI: TUB! STATB OF FIOUIHA A.Nii: CONDITIONEDDependable -

sap of $30.000,000,000 which Secretary ;71 Ni-w M'liiliHiiHiil) fur (''')11'1 huisse ........................_. .Miooo:) ( KOK. OKECCHOBKK: : for.NTY.: FI.OI1IliA. ,
Jines says will exist next year :nil I Snlnry >>f Cminly .Imlifn( .-...... IS: .151.)N/' IN: CIIAM'KIIY: : "
'ill Siilnrv nf. I rnw>cutliiir .5lt"rney---------------------------------- umno ('useo. NFl
jetween consumer Incomes and the 1141 lli'iuiirii ti, Cnin.ty .lull' ._... nil 'no 1oI1'1': !I.\ltII I.. HOLLAND.: COvEI: {'- ,gom/MI

supply of goods available. It Is :1111 I'n rou"r' 111'111" xts ..__. .--..__.........._______.__.....____.._.... r'llIlI( Oil| oKI 1 UK: M'I'.t'I'I4': I Fl.oiUD.t
:T7I New minlinnvnl' for Jill ..___.________.......__.____...... AI II.) '1. M. I.Ei:, CiiMI'TUOLI.Eii OF SAIH
absurd to suppose that our Inflamnarv S'i L' Inmiiilty, I lmiilrli ..................................._ (nooo STATB, .1. EHWIX L.\ IIIo1I1S. TKKAS-:
problem could be solved 1 StCll Ili-llff( BlIiiwniMfn .,._. 4.i!OtIiH. "I'UEII: 01"' SAID STATK. J. HIM I Service =

cent ol, SIUK Biiplnl( Kxiinnw. .._..... ......._......__......______.... 1r, IN/ WATSON, ATToll.NEY: : liF.\ii\l.:: (
even by taking awav every .MCtll: l'nllont) in TiilicrciilnnlH( lots ,Itnl! _...._.....__....___..... :arOIH' I OF 8.V1I STATE.: Hn.l NATIIAMAYO !
'he In ome of the highest-paid ex "'.' city nf okpn>hiiliiiiPln' > Trni'k, ...._.._... l.limnnrtvfl i t'OM.MISSIONiit: \'Ir!: ,AlUIl .mil, Low Fares
SI
RaMr'n K,'r Krhuol Cfifi-trrli .... ::CM1,1HI l I'lrllB HISAID 1)s
ecutives. l 11x1,1 I' hum rii-ronm* .-_........ _..-. 'iiono( n.liHIItnttnit the TltrsTKKS: UK) 'I 1111: ,
'As fw the question of corporation ., I. 1I1'III''IIII'nt| nf Lonna fur I'rl..r.11.m ............- S.IHKMHI' I INTKKXAI: IMI'KOVEMENT: FI'.MiUK :
that in some, I\ iWi I llvwrvv for raiitlnKi'iirliri ......._....._. Siiooo TUB( STATE 111" FI.OHIUA! Travel via Florida Motor Lines MAIN LINE to all Florida
profits, It la true I "lull'11S..
Increased-bl'fol'E! SJT''IIIUKI: 1'". and the North.
cases they have Total .
:
.T. R. IIEVA.XK A.AI.ICE: ( PEVAXI-

taxes. But again It is misleading[ KINK; & KOIIKEMTltK: : Kl'M> 'Ils Wllp. l etentlilllh., N.lh.."."

to forget the great change beinfvrought g NOTICE TO AITF.AK Iv. OKEECHOIEI . 5.40 AM 2:10: PM

the tax collector. Ir L :t11 Siilnry .ImliiP ,Iiivpnlli' Cimrtri''l ............._...-.....-_.....___... 1000/1011 HTATE OK KLOKIHA ,. TAMPA . 10.10 AM 4 51 PM Costs Less than
A'1.' Driving
by Cimt IIIIlK l'I'rk Clrfiilt Old ('''"111)( Court ...........- KM) nil To : .1. It. lieVnue >r. LAKELAND . MO AM I'SO PM
the first suarter of this year a representative > :t'1.1 I 'out Itllln)( Cniintv) .lui1)fi) > ._.............._.....__.... :Wit) IK) Vane, his wire, whose address, Ii un-Interext Ar. ORLANDO . 10 SO AM 745 PM 0i .."...
of corporatloru'abulatl'd j :I'.'a1)t KlllH Shi-pliT ...._...._.-._.._____.._____.......___.....__... 3'N.'IMI' ) known unil to nil punlci clulinhm Ar. JACKSONVILLE 115 PM 11:45: PM W.y 1r1_
goup ; :I uv\ CiinvlriHn) .'.'. rr"'iHi< by the National Cltj Y I :1.11.1'on'MM!I liv* ......-.-.... IIUKIOI It. 'lieYiitiH mid Alice lieVmie..1..vlsee.' bin, Ar. LAKE CITY . 2.2S PM I:10 AM MIAMI f 2.10 5 3.10

showed that in spite of i :i'.ii I ':I I'liurl IoIII'lIUllr"II"r, _.............................___..--___- wifln wlfo, or either\ HI helm, trillteellor JACKSONVILLE 4.40 7.95
Bank :Mi4\ Other Court CON) _....._............_.......___ roll.00 if 1111(1"pM. ilHHlKlieet, creillturx. under Lv. OKEECHOBEE 440 PM 10'4! PM TAM'A. 2.30 4.11
large gain in gross net income af tei r mal\ Kni>illtiii' rrl.oiiprn ..._._..._,- 7.TUOOi : other ,'III IIIauta by, through und, AllcrlieVune. Ar. JACKSONVILLE 1:45: AM 1:11: AM LAKELAND 1.90 3.45
down an average of 21; uttt\ Hciinyiiii-iit or Limn for I'('Inc. Ycnrii _..._.- I.IKKHH) ) nr HtfillllHt J. IL PeVllllH ORLANDO 2.10 4.10
taxes was tf.di\ Ito,.rv. for Ciuitliiifi'iirlPii _._....._....- MO.OO I or .either of or"ullre ii 1 1tali Da"r CONNECTIONS AT JACKIONVIUI, MltAHAIIII 'ALLAHAUII. 1.1 10.20
per cent. 'Unnun to to ileail' AND IAM CITY WITH oniTHoimo LINES LAICI CITY 4.U 7.8
"If Inflation comes It wit 1 TiitDi .17..8045)r : 1"art 10'. hiivlnif nr clnlinliiK In, th lit. liure|rnperl.an.tliiht. )) IOII All POINT MOUTH AND WIST. AtlANTA. '.U 11.0'
( tltlu I) or Intprejt .
MACON 7.11 12.90I
come because the purchasing powei 110.11sn BHIIHIK: KI'XI 'lereln ileierlbeU.It onlereil. that Iho kimwiiimrilci I ""' .." / VALDOItA I.U .... .
of the whole country, flowing ou t la hereby ', OKEECHOBEE 4:40 PM 1045 PM ..IIIMINONAM '.10 17.10Ar.
,, 4ia T.uiMir ____ .. _..........._..I 3.lUb.fN1 ) and the unknown ,purlieu art I In, MIAMI '.51 PM 2:30: AM H'W OILiANI 11.20
chiefly In the form of higher wageahas '. 44JI rti"M.. .( Him-hliipry. nmt Hint nlri| ..__......_u..__ IIH..fH) >-'llIlr.,1 tu nix their appeiiriineH. iiI ', 20.2.
court CHICAOO 1'.01
In thin 2.10
I
Increased out of all proportloi 1 44JS Kiwi anl liihrli-ntlnn. ._. l owl) no lit above prnccedlnir ..fifrnliif .
00 .'nre the 7th d 1" "f Seitelllber| NSW YOLK CITY 1..00 2....
4H1 \rn I'r)11( ..... 2.IMH) > r
the volume of goods and service;3 .. 1). Ill 12. Ihs nutiira ut wUli-h |ii'eoedlng Lv. MIAMI' 1000 AM 2,00 Alot
__.
o 47J I'urnhimo It1)u11, Miii-hlniTjr .-_..._.... ... -N) 00 A. 2:10 PM
of a DIIII't.IIlIlIe OKEECHOIEE 1.40AMOolflf
available. And if Inflation comes I t mvj iifiwyiiiont nf I tin nM -----------------------------------------------.1)5) ''MI U the furwloiure deMcrlbi ,
074 Plxln fiittli'inwn'n A..l'iall..n. Knnil, Krfund ................ IMM>I)() upon the .,,101 reul estate
"will not be the corporations tha* mm) Hi'wrvp fnr iMiiitliiiri.iii'li.) ..............-...- WNIHO. | ilH fnllowii, to-w'It : '
will be reduced to misery and pri. -- From the llauenck nieimder Section our 5, 1'1'. H. NIX, Agent, STANDARD OIL SERVICE STATIONr.GE

vatlon. It will be the worker$ Total I ..._..................._.._'III.n.>fiftiu11 Tuwnihln tier on EiMt:ils South line llunge of ( an EQ.I..n .

will buy less an<,d MJlCIl'I'I,1TII.H. 'n.nY H ntii ,hi" of Mi Leuilon Point.. .
whose high wages run Went on cold ulunK Hun ... kmealliler IsJ'

less the higher and higher thego" ; Salary of Comity Ajont ._.._......-. 1.20115) Hue 1lhk'Ipeet I point dotree ofbPlcLlililiiir.

mil: Tmniiixiriiitlnn 4-11 'lnli Mpmlipm ............-..._._..--. '.'.inn h II
the economy i)...lil: KpcnrilliiK Llvviiliii'k HluiiKhtiTPd ......-........._. :nnono ( 111'Ypnt. ..a I feet.'HH|
Inflation would destroy Him 1I..rv.. for intlniti'ni'lc .............................---.......- nnnn :iin: feel. Smith II dciflVet) 10', KmtM1M.3 : '
this country-and Inflatloi .._ ) : feet til Iliincoek uieiuiilerline.
of Tntal .* II WnoOI'THTAXniXO : 'I 1 h'."'.... mmih) si ileyreeii ,IHI'F.nxt. ,
could lose the war for us. Pric e : IIH.12: fi t. Knit: !t.'l-.7 f.iet to .sysa re

control will be doomed to fallur e INPEDTEDXESS fTND point of bi-Klnnlnir) ) iitiilnlnii'
"leu. All lylunnnil
402: Kcrei inure or
unless definite and aggressive act 771 T" !I'M\ niToiiiitii mrrlml over from Si-pt. from other beHIT) In Section u, Totvniihli
ion is taken to limit and absorb th 6 food, fnr whlrh fond NIP not iTiillahli, 30-194'J- ___............I MNiOOfly !:1'1 South 1t0"l/f.II: : liimt.; County n(
okei4-liolMH<, Stiitn of Fliir'libi.HONK .
excess purchasing power created ,b 11)41)( UKNK1UL:< nKFUXDIN'l:< tTNP : AM OIMlKIIKl! : : ill Okeechobie. IIi
war We are doing that In th okwchiibee "'""111)'. Florida, thl.

and In. TH'j Inli-rnut mid Klnklim' ('''"1'1 HniiM and Jail lliindu -...'I .OOOIMI the 21ith diiy of July.I1ACLERSON
case of executive salaries TIM: Connnlii'lonii and Pipfnni'i ........................................ MIMI ROT U.. ,
dustrial Income. We are not doln Clerk Circuit Court

hit!h 'r..I.1 I ._.......I .oroo no Ky Hophriinlil ('lass.
It with wages-and abnormally Clerk. i t p ,
Deputy .
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wages constitute the strongest inflationary nor R. u.vri.Kitnov.. : Deputy Clerk.

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Laughlin, Jr., son of Mrs. R. E. I
--- Olln Godwin brother of iQllver tered service December 1911. 1941
McLaughlln of Okeechobee, stationed Godwin, Mrs H T. Scott, Mrs. Y .

Local with Medical Detachment, Let- Hulon Walker Mrs. Vernon Light- Wilson Fearce, seaman second Plvate Wllford Sloan, son of Mr,
Happenings terman Hospital, San Francisco, 'ey, and Tom Godwin of Okeecho- class of
California son Mr. and Mrs J. C. and Mrs. Bethel Sloan of Okeecho-
Entered the United o.>ee. with field Artillery at Fort Pearce. of Okeechobee, in Group 3 bee, with Communication Regiment
i States Army In February 1941 Jill, Oklahoma Entered service In of Service Schools,
United States United States Army Air Corps, Or-
EDITORIAL TELEPHONE NUMBER 80 rune, 1941. Naval Training Station, Norfolk, lando, Florida Entered service in
Boatswain': Mate Second Class Y Y 1 Virginia. Entered service in April Tebruary 1942

Harold W. Wllkerscn, son of Mr. Lloyd C Lightsey, son of Mr. and 1942. '

J. T. Swindal of Lake Wales is HONOR ROLL i and Mrs R. H. Singletary of Ok- Mrs. Van Lightsey of Okeechobee, 1 e i Thllmore Sloan, son of Mr and

spending some time In Okeechobee --0Continued eechobee, aboard the U. S. Battle- itatloned at Norfolk, Va., with the Private First Class Elliott Lot, '[rs. Bethel Sloan of Okeechobee,
with his son and daughter In law, I I ship Nevada stationed somewhere United Staes: Navy In the Signal son of Mr. and Mrs E. H. Lett of I with! the United States Navy at
Mr. and ( from page 1)) ;'; In the Pacific Entered the United -Corps. Entered the Navy in Norfolk, Va.
Mrs I. J. Swindal, '1, April St. Augustine, In Coast Artillery I Entered service In
o.- I stationed at the Naval Air Station ; States Navy In April 1937. 1942. somewhere In the Atlantic war April 1942.
Mrs. J. a. High of DeLand Is at Opaloka, Fla. Enlisted in the !I|i. . zone. Entered service In October 1 1

Bending several weeks here with United States Navy In December j.j Sergeant Major Douglas Cassels Private First Class LeRoy Chand-j 1941. I Private William R. Vanbrunt,

her daughter Mrs I. J, Swindal. 1940. |1''of Okeechobee, stationed with ler, son of Mr. and Mrs Perry e ,' Coast Artillery stationed at Miami
-0- S |I' Headquarters Squadron 11th Replacement Chandler of Basslnger, stationed Private First Class Earl Bond, Beach, Florida. Entered Army in
Kit Bowden of Clewlston spent Sergeant Julian Morrison, son of {! Depot of General Mac- with the Medical Corps at Camp son of Mr. and Mrs. J. F. .Bond of July 1941.

some time In Okeechobee Saturday Mrs. W. H. Russell of Okeechobee, ,I Arthur's forces in Australia. Entered Murphy, Hobe Sound, Fla., Entered Okeechobee, in Field Artillery, now I i I '
afternoon and night. He was on stationed at Fort Benning, Ga. He the Army In December 1941. service in January 1942. on maneuvers in South Carolina. 'I Captain Ward Baggott, son of
his way home from Toledo, Ohio, enlisted In the United States Army'''' e e Entered service In August 1940. Mr. and Mrs. F. H. Baggott of

where he has spent the past six In the summer. of. 1940. 'I Andrew J. Potter, son of W. E. Private Jack Paige, son of Mr. ':' I|I I Panama City, Florida, but former

t weeks. I I Potter of Okeechobee, aboard thei and Mrs. S C. Paige of Okeechobee\ Private James B. Smith, son of residents of Okeephobee, in Army
-0- Private Virgil Sutton, son of Mrs. I i i U. S. Battleship Washington. Enlisted stationed with the United States Mr. and Mrs. S. Smith of Oeecho-I!I Air Corps. Entered service in sum-
Mrs. Erma Myers of Fort Pierce Claudio Sutton of Okeechobee, sta- 1 I i: in November 1941 AnnyNn Australia Entered ser- bE'elth United States Marines at mer of 1940
was a visitor spending last weekend tloned with the United States Army ,, vice in December 1941. Paris Island S. C., in Medical I Y .
In Okeechobee with relatives. somewhere in the Pacific He enlisted I I Private First Class George Reich- eel Corps. Entered service in March I j Apprentice Seaman Howard

-0- In the Army March 1941, ert, son of Henry H. Reichert of Private Merrill Hardy, nephew of 1942, Drawdy, son of Mr. and Mrs. C. E.
Bill Bowden of Clewlston. spent 1 Okeechobee, stationed with the In- Mrs. Chas. Hardy of East Okee-i e Drawdy of Okeechobee, Naval
Saturday and Sunday here with his H, H. (Sparky) Osteen, son of 1 I fantry at Fort Benning, Georgia. chobee. in United States Army, entered t'! I.ate Cecil Johnson foremen ofF Training School, Chicago, Ill En-
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Basil Bow Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Osteen now of Entered the Army in March 1941. service in February 1942. :-rkPr Brothers ranch before en- tered service in May 1942.
den. Fort Pierce but former residents of e S e e 'icrlnf service, with Tech School
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Okeechobee with the United -" -- -
-o- States Vernon M. King, son; of Mr. and R1uad n at Lowry Field Colo.
Miss Aletha Walker Is spendingthis Air Corps, Foster Field, Texas. Entered Charles Raymond Harden, son of Mrs. W. J. King of East Okeechobee Entered service in May 1942.
the late Jesse F. Harden, of Okee- Not everybody with a dollar
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service in August 1941. .
week In Tampa as the guestof in Gun Crew aboard ship In
e | chobee In the United States Navy ]!i to spare ran shoot a gun
Mrs. W. J. Pilson. I I the United States Navy. Entered Private Paul Wongrey. son of straight but
aboard the U. S. S. O'Bannon. He everybody ran
-o-- Private James V. Cousart, son of service In March 1942. John Wongrey of Okeecliobe'\ with 1 I shoot ;
entered the utrateht to (the bank and
service in October [
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the late Jas. B. Cousart and Mrs. .
Miss Ruth Blum spent the weekend 1941. Technical School of United States buy War bonds Buy jour
in Okeechobee with her father, Marion V. Cousart, of Okeechobee, Private J. Mull Dalgneau, son of Army Air Corps at Kessler Field 10%; every pay day.
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B. B. Blum. She Is employed in stationed with Medical Corps at Mr. and Mr. F. E. Dalgneau of Miss. Entered service In April
government work at Fort Myers Camp McCoy, Miss. Enlisted In the Private C. E. Kilpatrick, son of aas.>lnger, stationed with Medical 1942.
In the late Mr. and Mrs. D. R. Kil- .
-o Army April 1942. Detachment at Fort Benning, Ga. MHKh lOll !'\ III.J( .\Till"
E. H. Walston of Clewlston spent e. patrick of Basslnger stationed with Entered service m March 1941. Private Matthew Wongrey, son of r.vrmt t I'u(, hlloherl S'I'ATEgIH'I'.1t'I'JI4N'1' ,
in Corporal Ray Bass, son of Mrs. the paxadhute Infantry at Fort I I I S e '
Monday Okeechobee attending to John Wongrey of Okeechobee in i (: ; uv 1 lit: I\TEUIOK
business and seeing friends Angle Bass of Okeechobee. In Coast Bragg, N. C. Entered service in I Private Paul D'Agostlna, son of the United States Army Gunnery KNKUAI.: : LAND OKKICK' .\\txb--
trillion I' C.
I -o- Artillery stationed at Camp Davis, January 1942. Mr. and Mrs. Joe DAgo&tina of School at Panama City, Fla. July i3! let;:,
Frank Bradley and Vance Mar- N C Enlisted in the service in I Okeechobee. in United States Armyat NuTK'i':. I. berelp' given chat,
\ i-rniHi S \rniilil/ of Jkwcliobf
I cus of Fort Pierce were visitors January 1942.Sergeant Monroe Rogers, son of Mr. and Camp Picket, Va. Entered Service Corporal Jean Harvey Hamrick, Kliirlilii/ who, UH June 17. hilt) made
: here Monday attending to business e Mrs. J. R. Rogers of Okeechobee, I in June 1942, 'son of Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Ham- ""fiioit, ltIltry.o.SUMI lti'vlNi H>il. L.St it O Illlt'Y 1J7: !Humetiinl Ii. fur-
-o- Lawrence Arrington, stationed with the United States I I rick of Okeechobee stationed with Lot 17 N-rtliiii 1:1: '' "untilp Si*.,
Miss Marie Walker Is spendingthis son of C. C. Arrington of Okeechobee Army in Texas. Entered service in j'Ii i Corporal Albion F. Harden, son the United States Army Air Corpsat Uniitf 3D ,P:., Till. Merldluii./ Klorhln.ke
of Intpiitlun tn
itlnl notice ins
I, week In Fort Pierce where she In the Infantry with the United I July 1942. I'I'I of Mr. and Mrs. C. D. Harden of Bradley Field, Windsor Locks, lyis ifiuil'' Ih.....' pear I'.u"r.0 ..tnl"lliilrliiliu
Is and relatives. States Army stationed at Fort I e Hi I litliiinl, above iliKiTlliril.l'fuiw .
I visiting friends 1 Okeechobee. with the Marines Connecticut. Entered service In De- ,
I'uh-
I -0- Jackson, S. C. Enlisted In Army in Private Henry Prescott, son of aboard the U. S. Battleship Wyoming cember 1941 .lr. Shili.IloMle of t'liirlilu Alili-riniin) lit I.arui'Niiturv, Tit the
I January 1941. 'I e ,1'iinrt Ilium' In I In- ('It.\' nf Hirwholw,
CASH-for your Used 'Car any Mrs. Martha Prescott of Basilnger, somewhere In lIe Atlantic. ....
Horldii) "" the lih iluy of Si>|'tpml>
make. Write or call OkeechobeeNews stationed with Infantry at Fort Entered service In June 1940. Private Theodore Sloan, son of t\J1\ :.
office, Phone 80. Enoch Walker son of Mr. and Sill, Oklahoma. Entered service in I S e # Mr. and Mrs Bethel Sloan of I'lullllilllt' lllllllC'K II* "11111'....,.: If. II.Hiini'cirk. .

-o- Mrs. Hulon Walker of Okeechobee, April 1942. I I Sergeant Jimmie Belk, son of Okeechobee with the United States I 'I'Ili>>W It I'miHy.1I11lh'..Jr.,,". Itellerti.aplarllll nil tit

Man's capacities have never been now serving with the Submarine Mrs Delma Belk of Okeecrnbee, Army Air Corps at Denver, Colo i '..i 11 biilK'ii, t'1..rlclll. .
measured; nor are we to Judge of Forces somewhere in the Pacific.He Private First Class Lawrence in Artlllerv at Seattle Wash En- rado. Entered service in October .\..l.ljni JfJI':iimiUiiloriur" l lAVIII1I1.1'I'III1X.or ItegIstvr.w .

what he can do by any precedents, enlisted In the United States ____ _
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so little has been tried. Henry Navy in May 1937.
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David Thoreau.__ --V ------- Private Woodrow Walker young- .

The reward of one duty Is thepower est son of Mr. and Mrs. J. H: S'

to fulfill another. George Walker, Sr., of Okeechobee, now iu1it 'I
b
Eliot serving at the Induction Station at R;; y

V Camp Blanding, Starke, Fla. En- "" .

The expectations of life depend MJG'tered 1942.the United States Army in "t _"

upon diligence; and the mechanic I e0..
that would perfect his work, must
first sharpen his tools.-Confucius. Private Robert C. White son of
Mr. and Mrs. M. E. White of Okee-
V--- chobee, stationed with the United
I'.''. In We anything.cannot afford'The to whole-hearted be halfway States. Army in .California. He For Okeechobee and VicinityOur 4

: man Is the one who succeeds In entered the Army. In. March 1942.:

this world,Mary E. Miser I ,
V John Relchert, son of Henry H.
Reichert of Okeechobee, stationed ''Y
CHURCH OF CHRIST SCIENTIST with the Coast Guard in )
Mar''land'i
Entered the service in
"M I N D. is the subject of 1 /

the le on-sermon which will be Staff Sergeant Jake Reichert, son ti /
read in Churches of Christ, Scientist of Henry H. Reichert of Okeechobee .
throughout the world on Sunday stationed with the United -
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August 23. States Marines somewhere in the
Among the citations which Comprise ; Pacific. Entered the service In
the lesson-sermon Is the following 1931. I .
from the Bible: "Hast thou '1" not known? hast thou not heard, i First Class Machinist Eugene M.I Job Is to Save : tI

that the everlasting God, the Lord Hall, son of Mr. and Mrs. Reese I a"
: Dollars
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the Creator of the ends of the Upthegrove of Utopia, stationed : :
earth, falnteth not, neither Is with the United States Coast Guardat I
weary? there Is no searching of his Mobile, Alabama. Entered the I Buy
understanding" (1st. 40 28)), service in September 1939. I \'lar 801':3I

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I Staff Sergeant Ralph Ming son rb,
of Mrs. Ida Ming of Okeechobee, r

. MAKE EVERY stationed at Camp Croft, Spartens- s ._ M

: PAY PAY berg, S. C. He entered the Army
July 1940.

[I j WARDAY I Private Robert S .Ming. son of Mrs. 4 --- I.

I Ida Ming of Okeechobee, now stationed

STOP S.'E.'J'DI.VG-UVE Mf/.M with the Infantry in Los
Angeles, California He entered the
Army In February 1942.
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Junk make
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Jimmie Finger, son of Mr. and guns ,

Gilbert;! Theatre Mrs. O. C. Finger of Fort Myers,
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OKEECHOBEE Stationed but former with residents United of States Okeechobee.Navyat tanks, ships for our fighting JUNK MAKES FIGHTING WEAPONS

Norfolk, Va. '
(if
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menErl e On* old rajiitor will provide
1 Private First Class R. B. Jerrell, ;;; II' crap steel needed for ivn

FRIDAY & SATURDAY: son of Mrs. T M. Jerrell of Okee- I teen .30 calibr riflei.
chobee, stationed with pursuit i g in anything made

ROBFRT YOUNG and Group at Murac Bombing Field at .
iNiurac, California Entered service .i.' '
SCOTT
RANDOLPH
|Iin February 1942. xittel I rubber
; cr.
-InWESTERN- eJ, ; .

I I \ On. old lawn mower ...111L. _ _
UNIONand Private Rufus O. Jerrell, son of (0'
1 I I Mrs. T. M. Jerrell of Okeechobee\ i ( .r-L I paid fjr ic: on the spot b.lpmaleuIs3-lnch.b.lIs. I
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with Field Artillery at Camp Chat-i
fee, Arkansas. Entered service in
LAUREL and HARDY
I March 1942. On* Ulrlest old tir* \1 \' t tI
-InGREAT I
r. ..lIIrrovld..much
rtiZg family
your: : t1
GUNS Private Norris L. Jerrell, sun of i rubber *i It u..dlo V 1i "
j Mrs. T. M. Jerrell of Okeechobee '* r > '. ...b 12 p. masker
with the Medical Detachment stationed i iecf '
SUNDAY & MONDAYJUDY at Fort Oglethorpe: Georgia. : j'csr rnencts vv 'V V \

Entered service in January 1941. On* old shovel will
CANOVA and
JOB E. BROWNIn S I r't, X): help make 4 hand '

Private Roy'Delmar Conerly son 1r.: -.V YOUR scrap: into tha ZJ&l::J : ,ran.d...

of Mrs. J. W. Conerly, Miami, for
JOAN OF OZARKLATE merly of Okeechobee, stationed at ,
Camp' Wolters, Texas He entered
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1942 I


Coming : Private James. W.. Conerly. son of r fr Let Jolt them with Junk

Cloud
Captains of the Mrs.. J. W, Conerly, Mlamf,, formerly ,
7.' n N e r o ... .
Harbor
Remember Pearl of Okeechobee, stationed with '

', -,7Me John 041* the United States: Army In Iceland, <
from QkeeeHobee; l
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":" :" :"H'O'o: : : !'+'''+++++++-H' I "nth ale aIJwhUe( the Navy fare Doa d. Of this number, 9,153 1i I :
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Depal.tment111 not permit him to were aproved. The number of persons s BICYCLES

Too Late To Classify I divulge that nature of the assign receiving old age assistance at

ment he has been given or where the end of the year had Increasedby jc:3: TUG; ATTAGE 0:3 Tr-r.. : 's,
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Itv HI NX*.LI. K..YYou he will\ be stationed, he was ablet !571! from the end of the previous We have a larpe stock of

nn.iounee; that it was foreign year. r :"' ".,. ... a." ,. both Ihe New Victory

..:,-I-, : ,:. ..:..:.+.:,o.I,..:,+.,..:..:..:.o.1,. 1 service. "These statistics show that be- ':f" f'I1 I"'O f
I I 'U' "" "": regular models.
Whltehalr hfH been prominent in .cause of rejections and the removal 99-L I Hicycleand!

may never have thought of municipal: county and state politics of name from the rolls for various 1 1. Go to your local rationing
It but when take your pen in .
you
i. ,r mapy years. He is former pies- :Huses principally death the net

hand to write a letter to that soldier Iclent of the Florida Bar Associate Increase in recipients of cash grantswas IoiIocrol.:. Every person /n"rica mry board. secure a

boy In Iceland or Egypt or '-> > h his :.... certificate and we will be
( ( !an Ifgal carper ASa slightly more than one to three ... =.. not fly over ToLyo but everyp..J
New Caledonia or anywhere else, 'la '' : In the offices Landis _
clerk o' "
BS compared with Investigations glad to fill needs.HUMPHRIES
Instrument ? one's doVars! crn I l'p! producethe your .
you are handling an as
Ehh Hull in Dpland, and Is sen- f'tn e Welfare Commissioner Leland
dangerous and deadly as a Japanese bombing pistils that do !
'oj fsitncr, rf the present firm ",' II att tcinir- uteii. ,

bayonet or Nazi bomb. of Hull, Landis ft Whltehalr I
One seemingly Innocent statement 'Tie! "os' or |I'M' tiiruintj the TIRF & RETREADING
_ Mrs. Whltehalr and their three ap- You. you you, can: join the attacks on Tokyo by savingat

made In your letter may cause children Joan Marilyn and Gene- rlnathns, of pllglb'es' he continued ;
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lat: 10% of in War Bonds-by jo'nins your COMPANYSouth
your pay
lose his life and might "Is the
that boy to ue\e: will\ remaIn In Deland while proportionately same

turn the tide of battle. No I'm W'hl ...Iur is in the service. as that of Ineligibles and of those com:):lny's p y.roll savings; plan today or gO"Ig: to your

not thinking about the "Don't Talk ----Vnllon---- -- who are removed from the rolls for loal bnk or pct office and buying War Savings Bondsat Dixie Highway Phone 133

CampaIgn." This has nothing to muse This cxolalns In part Ft. Pierce
least 10 of day.
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% your pay every pay
do with military information the i". ; :II applications the expense Incurred by the state

for ol'l assistance IK one of the in .- -- ----
censor will catch that. age i 11 venc discharging its

What I m talking about is that pnnc.pa! activities or district wel- Hnii"lstrat've) '! duties The expense, Remember you can start buying War Bonds by buying

bit 'of personal mention you I o b"B" I'd staff however, is one that cannot be escaped War Stamps for as little as lOc and that you get a $25 r. Toklo Lost and found columns of

thoughtlessly Include, such as: Dunu :the fll>cal year that endedon as it Is necessary to make War Bond (maturity value) for only 518.75. ,'i' thr-ftp n"r.tpt'rtllrl'days crowded -

"Your 'girl was at the church social June 30 1942 14.511 such Investigations such investigations in order for the Every th'le0:
vrs.rnrrlcan: : bua! War
Bill brought her He's were made. according to state to receive matching federal Kond
last night.
11.\. Trtaiurv Departmtnt 'iff! the Japs lose face liny your
announcement of the State Wel- funds.
working at the shipyards now. you 10tver\' pay: tfay
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know, and they say he makes over I _e' ___u_.__ _______ _

$10'' a week. He's got a new car

and dresses! like a. millionaire." ELECTION II
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Or you might do Just as much S

Hamaoo.., "".I.,ss, a.something...._n____ _like m_ this:

"Things are getting terrible at WinmiAfl To. CedslatTtf' oi 1141. Jot the Investment ot sinkIng rtnvje or hereafter owned w mad I tar roea P m o .( State.
fender th Constitution of 1884. of tb said 01 Florida shall territory? Mnfiraeed to th* *>-
home. They have had to close a Board may use the sinking funds purpose by the State ll. 't
tat* of Florida did pas t Joint created for said bonds of any countyor be vested In a Commission to be Election Precincts numbered If
lot of defense factories 'or lack of aVMutton* proposing amendment nMM special road and bridge district or known a* the Game and Fresh Water A toner HsTSOLUTIOrl Proposing to 82 inclusive and 28 to 32. Inclushs*.
Strikes Increasing. OotMtltuttoo of UM Stat* of Florida other wilt hereunder to purchase the Flab Commission Such Oommlssloo amendment ', Section a. and except such part of Election Pn>-
material. are
and lbs sam* were agreed to by matured or maturing bond participating shan consist of Bye member, one a the C Articl tb State of : clnct numbered M 80 and 81 as >
Three were torpedoed off our herein of other from each congressional district, a* east of tb* western Shore of Blsoayxei
ships I tot of three-fifth of aO ths memkn any county or Florida, Relative to Osnsu and Apportionment
Your dog Rover elected to each boose that tbe other special road and bridge district existing on January 1. 1941 who shall by Amending Section a Bay.Another
coabt yesterday.
| vote* on said Joint Revolutions were or other special taxing district thereof b* appointed! by the Governor, subject of said Article so M to DesignateBroward ot the said Om..IO.
was hit by a car and killed last i, entered anon their respective .'ownsls provided that as to said matured! to confirmation by the Senate The County a* a Senatorial Dis Districts .ba omprl tert
week. Dad had heart attack and' wttb the yeas and nays thereon and bond., the value thereof as an Investment members so appointed shall annually tc and designate Calhoun County which day Ap
a they dM determine and direct that than be the price paid therefor, select one of their member as Chair Dull County a* a Senatorial District 1941 embraced tn Commissioners''
the doctor told Aunt Minnie confidentially the said Joint Resolutions be submitted which shall not exceed the par value man of the Commission trict No 2 as described In Bk "F"

he might die any timeA tn the electors of the State at plus accrued Interest and :rat: said 2. The first member of the Commission BB IT RESOLVED BT LEGISLATURE of the Mlnuti of the Commissioners -
th General Election to November Investment shall bear I therat shall be appointed on January OF THE T of said County. at page 194
man on the radio said we might it n of three (3) DOt cent per annum l. 1943 and shall serve respectivelyfor That tb* STATOP7ORIA. et *eq except the territory embracedIn

lose the war It's certainly terrible HOW TBTRFFORt! 1 R A ORATdwretsrv lei The said Board shan annually one two three. four and fire Section 3 fo1o"lng 7 of the Constitution the aforesaid Election Precinctsnumbered
of State. of the 'Hat of use said funds In each county account year At the expiration. of each of ot th State of Florida relative 24 and 25. and such part of
I cry every time I think of OUover Florida do hereby give ootloe that C first to pay current principal such term a successor shall be appointed to Census and apportlonm.ntde.lgnntlnt Election Precinct numb 10 as lies
there with those snakes and and Interest maturing If any of said to oem for a term of five Broward County as the east of the .. bor a BiscayneBa
GENERAL ELECTION bonds and gasoline or other fuel tax yean thirty-ninth (39) Senatorial District ,

head hunters and don't see why wfll he held In each county m Florida anticipation certificates of such county 3 Th. member of the Commission and Calhoun County and Gulf Countyas Th. County Omm".lone" who
when Johnle Smith' succeeding the first or special road and bridge district shall receive no compensation for their the fortieth (40)) Senatorial Districtbe shall be elected In at thegenerci
had to Tuesday next
you go on A D 1943. tileeakI or other special t a x I n I services as such but each Commissioner and the same Is hereby agreed to, election In 1942 ,hnl hold of*
is still here and struts around as Monday In. November the district! thereof: second to estab- shall receive his necessary traveling and shall be submitted to the electors flee for the term of .01" fo
and Tuesday being linn a sinking runt account to meet or other expense incurred while of the State of Florida for ratification which .h.1 have bOn .I.o.
big as life, going to parties THIRD DAT OF NOVEMBER! future requirements of said bonds and engaged In the discharge of his Official or rejection at the General, Election o and their of no
having a good time. gasoline( or other fuel tax anticipation duties but such shall not exceed be held on the first Tuesday after thefirst be affected bv this amendment:
for the ratification or rejection ot the certificates where It the anticipated 1942 thereafter there shall be In each
do?" yOU appears the sum of MOO 00 In any one Monday In November I o
"What harm could that aid Joint Resolution proposing Income for any year or veers year follows: the Districts established bv and

ask. Well 111 tell you. The boIt's amendment State of Florida to the ,Constitution ts. of will not equal scheduled paYments 4. Among the powers granted to thCommission Section 3 The Legislature that ,h.1me.t pursuance of this amendment e
the thereon: and third. any remaining balance Count Commissioner. who shall. resideIn
1925 and
this be In regular Session A D
waited by Section shall
written to has probably A JOINT. RESOLUTION Proposing out of the proceeds of said two his District. hit who shall be nomi
the power to fix bag limits and to fit those that shall meet every ten venr
letter from home He an Amendment to Article DC of the (2cl cents of said taxe shall monthly the snrt elected from the, County at
months for a open and closed seasons. on a statewide thereafter shall apportion representation notl
Constitution of the State ot Florid during the year be remitted by said and shall Every County Commissioner of
local basis, It In the Senate
regional as
or may
is in a strange new world. He Relating to Taxation and Finance by board as follows' Elehty (80%) ier find to be appropriate and to regulate provide for forty (40) Senatorial Districts Hide County who shall be elected at

doesn't know what tomorrow hold' Adding Thereto an Additional Section cent to the State Road Department for the manner and method of taking such to be as need I the ,.n.rl election! In 1 4 and thereafter .
Creating a Stat Board of Administration the construction or reconstruction of transporting storing and lining bird. eqtiat In DI.trlct as practicablebut shall hold' office a term of
for him. He has given up every : Prescribing It* Powers and State Road and hrldxe within the lame, fur bearing animals frasb writer no Count shall be divided In four vears The powers duties and
friends a lId job-- Duties and Providing for the 11M 01 county or for the I..... or purchase" 1 flab reptiles and amphibians. The making such apportionment and comoen'iflon of such Count Com
thing-home, Proceed of Two Cent per Gallon of of bridges connecting Statei hlKhwivs' missioner' shall be as from time to
Commission shall also have the powerto each District, shall have one Senator:
and has been through months of the Gasoline or Other Motor Fuel Tax within the County and twenty lWt-\ acquire by purchase gift all property nrovlded that Broward County Florida time ornvlded bv |law
hardest training: in for (II) the Payment and Retirement per cent to the Board of Count Com necessary useful or convenient shall constitute the Thlrtv-nlnth Anproved bv the Oov.rnn May 2S
the toughest, of All Outstanding. Bonds Issued By mls.loners of curb county for use on for the use of the Commission In the 39th) Senatorial District and Cal Ito
the world. His government ha- Any County or Special Road and 'oads and bridges' therein exercise of Its powers bereunder houn County Florida and Gulf Cn'in F"e in office SfCty of State May

everything it can to make him Bridge District Prior to First Day of (dl Said Board shall have the 8. The Commission shall appoint ty Florida shall eon'tItiIte the Fortieth 28 1941
done July A. D 1931. for Road and Bridge power, to make and enforce all rules fix the and MO Senatorial District': and fit
salary of. at pleasure remove '
physIcally fit and mentally alert Purposes and for (Si) Public Highway and regulations necessary to the full a suitable person a. Director the same time the Legislature sha" A ,fOTWT RESOLUTION Proposing'

Is the best. He is PurPOlM. exercise of the powers hereby grunted and such Director shall have such also apportion the representation in nn AmfiKlrrent to Section I of Article
His esulpment BE: IT RESOLVED BT THI LEGISLATURE and no 'legislation Khali be required. to powers and duties as may be prescribedby the House of Rpnr..nt"Uv. anr* X of the Constitution of Florida Relating -
ready for ACTION. : OF THS: STATE OF FLORIDA. render this amendment of full forre the Commission In Pursuance M shall allow three ( Rpr..nntl.e'to tc Homestead and E"ton.
awaited letter from That the following amendment to and operating effect from and after its duties under this Section Such erich of the POI"I) '0 as to Permit the Wages 'alnr.
Then the long Article IX of the Constitution of the January lot. 1 "home" arrives. He reads it over But of Florida relating to Taxation hall continue the levies of cell taxes of the Commission appoint. fix the to each of the next eighteen more r>'ie. to any Person the Read fm.
again. Beforeit and Finance by adding thereto an additional during th* life of this Amendment salaries of and at Pleasure remove nonulo'is counties and one Representative ily as Provided Therein to be
and over and over I section to b* known as Section and shall not enact any law tiavtne ""assistants and other employees who to each of the rpmelnlng counties Siihlect' of Garnishment to the Extent .
came he was lonesome and blue. Ie of said Article LX creating a the effect of withdrawing? the orooeeds shall have such powers and duties asmay of the star at the time of suchipnortlonment of not more than 25% thereof In
; State Board of Administration. ; prescribing of cud two fct cents or said taxe be as'limed, to them by the Commission Should the Legislature the Cour'ji of this State as May beProvided
It might have given him courage Its powers and duties, and from the onerstlrm of this amendment or the Director No Commissioner fall to snnortlon the representation in bv Law for the P-wment of
and hope, but Instead it only servedto providing for the use of the proceeds The Board sholl pay refunding shall be eligible for any such the Senate and In the Rouse of Rep any Ohltrrtitlnns Arising' bv Express or
"We've of two cent per gallon ol the gasoline expenses and other eirnenie for service apnolntment or emplovment r..n'.tlv. at any renilar session of Imnlled Contract Subsequent to the
worry and depress him. or other motor fuel tax for (1) the rendered erlfiviii! for or which a The funds resulting from the .. ." at anv of the times Adoption of this Amendment; and
lost the war. Dad is goingto payment and retirement of all outstanding are nrnrrlv' chnr".ablf> to the account oDeratlon of the Commission and from herein! designated' It srmll be the Set Further Providing' E"mlltlnD thereto
already bonds Issued by any county nf any county from tunic distributed the administration of the law* and if the Legislature' or Legislatures' sue1- In Cases of Income of ccc thanTwentyfive
with
lie. Another guy is going or special road and bridge district to mirr county; but rrncral ;::edn'ii' regulation' omalnlng to birds game 'dln"rh rrwilnr session of 'helegislature Dollars tier W.'!1' Except
best girl. His dog was klled prior to the First Day of July A. D of the Board for services fur bearing animals fresh. water flih either In Sneclal n R'I' us to Npee.tI", of Life as May be
his 1931 for mad and brldg purposes. the counties alike shall be prorat 1 reptiles and amnhlblans together with lar session to annortlon the renre- n-fined .>y Lo.I.I.tureIF
Other guys get all the breaks"Then and for ((21 public highway purpose mong them and paid wit of saM, inv other funds sneclflcnllv providedfor -rmtvStec In the p nate. and In the RBSOLVTO BT THIS LFOI9I : -
and shall be submitted inrti on the same h..I. call tax pro Trmse of Renresertfltttes as herein I
order comes: "Man your Is hereby agreed to such mimose shall constitute the I" OF THE :
the to the electors of the Stat of eeds are ")!.I.Ib"t.i1 emcee the .evra irate Osme Fund and shall be used Toi-Med Th, rirece'''" renilar' Ven" That the fnliowlnc STATOPFOtlU
battle stations! Hastily he stuffs Florida for ratification or rejection at counties* provided report of hv the Commission a. it shall deem 'fI or rei-iilar, State Census. which tion I Article X of the Constitutionof
his blouse. In frontof the next General Election to b* held nld .xTen.e. xhall b. ma"" tn. eachTe fit In carrying out the erovlfionc' "er .",n have been taken nearestnv Florida authorizing the garnishment .
your letter in In 1942. a* follow: I d'ilir Scwlon of the retM'laturf. hereof and for no other ournnaes The stvrt1nnmenr' of P.nrperntatlves I of any wares, or Income
boyonets machine the teelilnHtrs' may limit the ex ,Itselfhevond 'n the Senate and In tr>. P"'ise 0' .Ia"
gleaming Commission may not obligate
him due fno head of
are
"Section 16 ,la). That beginning nnv nnr on a
-' .. th.n.d" shell con'roi, in m.k l
SOl of the current resources of ,hStnte .n"to'IVPR full nrmirtod therein to the
below him submarines: January 1st 1943, and for fifty ( ) n ex*
guns; thereafter the proceeds of two Aoproved by the Governor) May 13 ; flame Fund unli-sa' snerlflcallv 'n' such annortlonmept tn the.en tnn' of "i M -rof be nod the sam
year
overhead dive bombers. He is going (2cl) cent per gallon of the total tax 1941 'o au*''orlei1 1 hv the Letrl.*flture he Ilslatnr" shnM fell! to re ." I ii l'n"i"r ".cr'* fn ."" ,1'1 he submitted .
Mnn the renresentnt1o In the Leg|-
He's trained to levied by the State law upon gasoline FI1"f1 In office Serty of State Mav 1 The Lenlnlnture may enact any t to the electors of Stnte In
Into action 'nt fecMiitw) by t h' mendrr*
Inconsistent ire ss .
and other like products of petroleum.ow 13. 1941 ewe' < In aid of but not She Oenernl' Elect'on of Represent-
the -minute; he has his weapons, known as the Second On TeL with the orovl'lons of this amendment 'hp Vwerrtnr shell fwlth'n tnlrtv dA' fives m 1942 for their snn-nval' er reInotion -
and mi exiting laws, lnron.lf"t. >fter the "t'.n"pnt of the reffitlar'n : that Is to .av that Section 1
needs and other fuel used to propel
he upon .
everything I '-mv tns'eth.
hi. mask, a JOINT RESOtrT' Proposing herewith shall lonicr rwrai"In '
gas motor vehicle, shall as collected be 'nt no I t..t.ln''r. of Article X be amended by adding
HEART. Your letter took In the 'State Roads Amendment to the ;>"'ttitlon ol force end effect. All I.w' firms ''n ey+.q.-.f'ry session to consider' "ereto the following' Section'
his monthly .
but placed
V ',' State ot Florida to be known a. w>nnltle.. for the violation of the nrovl 'he o" "f1on of rrannortlonment. andMM
that away from him Just when he Distribution Fund' In the State Treasury Section 3 of Article XVII Relating to .'ons nf this amendment sri .'! 1nw eTsn. 'n.,'y session nf the f.". Section l-A That the salary
and divided into three (3) equal wures and Income from anv Sourcewhatsoever
mendrr.entsBB Imposing llr-erse taxe 'h 'l he enacted 'n"re t. hereby m.'o"'" .eotlrAA"I
needed It most part which shall be distributed time : r."r..tlnn .. due and owing n to become .
from r..n.'o.
IT RESOLVED BY THS LEGISLATURE by the Legislature ,1"
monthly among the several counties due and owing to anv nerson
forgotten what I "ecittlf bv this ..."<1*rtent hnfnre
FlORIDA
You've probably STATE OF1 o time
OF THE
a* follows: .. o."t end .".h e"trsord1.. who Is the head of a fnmtlv residing
wrote him by the time that That the following Amendment to Anproved by the Oorern r MOT 5 ...* in th's' State shall be the suhiect' of
you One part according M area one part Section 3 of Article XVn 'sf a on so. celled for retnrtorlonent -
known
be
arrives according to population and one part loot not h.. 1'mited to cynics s''Ire "nrnlshment In the courts of this"ate
communique and
cold formal of Constitution be State Mtv .1.1
the present P11.1 In office Secty ol as mav be provided law to
contributions twenty drr'c at all nnt"
according to the counties be or b
ehall
which the same. Is hereby agreed" to 1 1941 .n.
War Department snn1' the ex'ent of not more SI1* of
the and
from to the cost 01 State road contructlcn tbe elector. of the Stateat 'e.noo.tii'rnmsnt Is effected
"Killed In action". Officially in the ratio of distribution submitted to election of Representatives -"".,"*** no h.<.,..other than suet such a1arv wages and Income fo
reads the general '
: the paYment of anv obligations .
Laws ol A.SIflpflat 1 A" '
as orovlded I in Chapter 15859 to be held In the year A O 1942 A TOTVT RESOLUTION Proposing .
it was a Jap bullet or a Nazi Florida Acts of 1931. and for the purpose to-wlt: tn Amen lent tr 1rtl"le Five ol the Anproved by the Governor) June 1 bv e-tnreas O Impll. contract cribsequent
of thisemerdment
bomb that did the Job. You'll never the *counties'of the apportionment contributions based for the on Section 3 It at any regular or .penis Constitution Thereto an Jdltlonal of Florida Ser'ion by Add'n R.latng I I 1041. to Iro..lded however that.

know of course Just what did hap cost of State road construction the ) or extra session the Legislatureby to the election of Circuit ludte* File In office o Secretary of State trie erlclature, shall not extend the
vote of three-fourths ot all : "me 9 1941A r"ht of garnishment as herein provided
or the contributions established
pen. But If he hadn't been think amount by the certificates made In 1931 hers elected to each House .mem'l BP IT RESOLVED BT T LEC11SXTUR8 were the salary Is H2500 or less
STATE
OF THE I
dad his girl or his said 15659 shall termite that an emergency FORID. JOTVT BESOT lITTON ncr week except to necessities of Ufas
about his or to Chapter of
ing pursuant Article 5 of the P""n. .
ol the
an early decision by the electors rha Oon.ttutino t"sy from time to time be definedhv
have been a little be taken and deemed conclusive in amendment tr this : '. of Florida. bvtddlng an Amendiri-nt to Art'-ie ''1 the i.ew'cletriretnproved ,
dog he might State exist an
computing the monthly amount distributable thereto an additional 1 Section Constitution of the State of Florida
quicker on the trigger, a little more according to said contributions Constitution matter of such dealing emergency with may the be subject pro- to be known as Section 46 of said i Relating to County and Municipal 1941 by the Oo..rnn June 11.

of his bayonet thrust. Maybe Such funds so distributed shall posed and It the proposed Amendmentb Article relating to the Election ot Clr- Governments p"sd In fire Secty of State June
sure be administered State Board of !
by the three-fourths sot: Nit Judges be. and the same Is hereby BE IT THE LEWS-
agreed to b, a ENAM 1941
If your letter had said: "Mary loves Administration .. hereinafter pro of all the member elected to each agreed to and shall be submitted to rAT OF FI.ORln* 1

is fine here. Dad vided.b. House the same shall be entered upon 'he electors ot the Stat of Florida following amendment to Ar -
jou. Everything ( The Governor a* Chairman. tb* their respective lournals with the verm for ratification or at the ',.t.. Vin of the Constitution of th- A JOINT HESOLrJTTON Pnllli
and I are so proud of you" it State r/reasurer and the State Comptroller and nays thereon Thereupon at the O.n.rl Election to be held on the Stat ot Florida relating to County the Amendment of ,tinn A

would have been a Jap or Nazi shall constitute a body corporate .am* session the Legislature shall provide lnt 'ru.da alte the first Monday and Municipal Governments to be tic?. XVI of the Constitution of .
to ot known a* th* State for a special election to be held A follows' numbered Seclton II of sail ArticleVTTI Ida Relating to Taxation of Propertyof
home that received the terse announcement Board M Administration which Board not 1 less than ninety nor more than "Section 44 Olreul judge shallhereafter be and the same I. hereby agreed Cornoratlons with Certain 1.11
"killed in action." aball succeed to all the power control one hundred eighty day after ad.emigr.rndat b* ..Iee.d the Qualified 'o and shall be rubmltted to the electors lions for R.lllOu Scientific Mlnlcl.
and authority ot tile statutory Board for publication ot of Judicial ot the State for ratification or pal Literary
This is a request column writtenat of Administration Said Board ball = : which special election electnr a* other r.p.ot. Count rejection at the next general electionto or Charitable Purnose P.t.rna

cf the editor of a bay*. In addition to such powers as the proposed mfnh"J be .Ml. .. ..I.t be held In November, 1942 to-wlf BF IT REnOT VETS P.T TrTF f
the urgence ma, b* conferred! upon It by law. the submitted to the electors a The first election of Circuit Judge Section 11 The County Commissioners t'THRB! OF THE .TATF OF FT->11!
country weekly Walter P. Mcdulre management control and supervisionof for approval or rejection providedthat mall be held at the General Election of Dads County who shall be Section 1 That the following
the proceeds of said two <2c) centsof election of Representatives elected at the general election In 1942
News, who If a general In 1948 to cake office on the tint amendment to Section 16 of Article
of the Southslde Virginia said taxes and all money and other 1 Is to occur within said period rueadav the first Monday IDJanuary shall Immediately after the beginningof XVI nf the Constitution of the Stat.
through his little paper has inaugurated aesete which on lbs effective dat of ; such Amendment ball be submitted afte for a term ot li ,.a their terms of office redlstrlct nf Florida relating to taxation' of the
this amendment are applicable or may to tbe elector at web general election. the 198. all such offices as Dade County into County Com nronertv of_ corporations with e.rtaibevemntinna
a campaign to urge peopleto become applicable to the bond ot the than severally exist at the time mI..Ion ere' Districts to be numbered for religious scientific mu-

write our boys and write them several counties of this Stat. or any If a majority M the elector ?otln adoption ot this Amendment .bal be by the said Commissioners from oneto nirlrwl' educational literary fraternal
special road and bridge district or shall extended terminate five respectively, and delineate the charitable and the
Amendment hereby nr purposes
often, but when they do, to "write other special taxing district thereof upon adopt the the Amendment proponed the lame shall:: and they on are the first Tuesday after the boundaries of erich Districts In suchmanner ams Is hereby arrreed b and shall

right." Issued prior to July lit 1931. for road become a nart of this Constitution first Monday In January 1949. as to Include within the respective r-e submitted to the electors of the
and bridge purpose The word This Ami iment shall not be held to Approved by the June District territory as follows Seats of Florida' for ratification orrelectlnn
He has appealed to newspaper ""Bond as used herein shall Include .iiner..f de .>. m "nTW1. .ff>i*, an.existing 1941 Oo.ro 1 One of the said Comml.lnnen' Dlstrlcts 5. the nest .n..rl election
and I am only too bonds time warrants notes ane other provision or the Constitution in it Secretary ot Stat shall comprise the territorywhich to be h.11 In lf>4->- sa' that
friends to help, forms issued for road afe
of indebtedness
Fled the let day of April
on
Amendments but shall be the said Section Id of
relating to ,
glad to comply for it Is one of, the and'Ildla.rur"d": by t.n, county or regarded! a* an additional method lue 13. 1941. embraced within. Election Pre 'he. Constitution of the 1.'nl.! XV o
district or
< 32 lncluf
24
numbered tn
most constructive moves I've en- other special taxing district outstanding Amendment .thereto .. A JOINT R' 'i OT1ON Proposing and node also such of Election Priclncts ida he amended o as to read a*
connection with our on July 1st 1931. or any refunding Approver ov tee oovernor aiay s an Amendm \rtlcl Sixteen ot numbered nl M M and HI as 'nlo.
countered in issue thereof Said Board 1941 the 11 Florida by adding shore of Biscavne "Section 18 The property of
CoWtIIU\'oU !Me east of the western a
war effort. If people can Just be hall bav the Statutory power* of Filed in office Sect ot StaU. May > thereto an additional Section Permitting Bay all as established by a J corporations eicent the ornoerty of
tremendous influence Board of County Commissioner and 1941 tbe Legislature to vest the P..n lution I of the Count (corporation' .which shall eo".tnict a
made to realize the Bond Trustees and of any tber of making Rule and Reglatlon Relating of said County adopted ... ''C shin or b... eanal' across the nenln-
of their. letters on the Authority of special road and brides A JOrNT RESOLUTION Proposing to the OoWn..tlon SaltWater ion). designated a* Resolution rule nf Florida if the Legislature
t district, and other special taxing district an Amendment to Article I> of the Fish and Product.In 1077- should so enact ..h.'h. heretoforeor
morale of our boys, and If they thereof wltb regard to said' ronitttutioo of the State ol Florida a Board or Commission sail chill herea'tor Inrnrnrat. .h.1 be tub-
he made to THINK as they bonds except that the power to levy >tlv* to th* Executive Department BB IT RESOLVED BT Till LEGISLATORS Anothe, < tb Dortc thetftO. lees to Inl. 01.1 property
can ad valorem taxes I Ie expressly withheld by Adding thereto tn Additional Section OF THE FLORIDA .. trltO the let day ''tie held and used the ".nt of at
write to the end that they will from said board and shall take overall to Create a rjam and PresS That Article 8TATOF Constitution '941 embraced In Commis I 'least one-fourth thereof reii1o'i.erlentifip .

RIGHT it will do more to paper, document and records Wafer Fish CommissionBE ot th Stat ol Florid beamended sioners' District No 4 and Commissioners' municipal educational IHerarv .
WRITE concerning tb earn Said Board IT RESOLVED! BT THS LBOTS- by adding thereto an addi No 5 M described In fraternal o charitable mn-
win than could be accomplished bya shall bav" the power from dm to ATURB OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA Section to be known as Seton Book O.tl' Minutes of the County Posse Provided' however this emendfwent .
Urn refunding" bonds to mature That the following Amendment to to shall not the provisions
thousand to "Issue said' Article 18 Commissioners of said County at aff..t
dozen battleships or a within the said fifty I SOl year Article rv 01 th* Constitution of the 3 to vest the uower ot making page 194 et : nt Sections 1* ff Article I
planes. period, for any of said outstanding State of Florida relative to the Executive Lollslatur and regulations relating Mconservation Another .. mid Comml"'on.' of the. Constitution of Florida
hold is bonds or Interest thereon and to secure Department by adding thereto an of salt water fish and District than comprise the t..rltO Armroved bv the Governor .Tune It
Remember the pen you them by a pledge of anticipated additional Section to be known a* salt water products In a board or 0'mIMlon which 'was on the day. 1q41Plied
pointed at his HEART Ust it receipts from such gasoline or other Section 30 of said Article rv creatinga be and the same I* 1941 embraced 11 Ommllon.frt District h o. Secretary of t
WRITE fuel taie to be distributed to such Oam and Fresh Water Fish Commission agreed to and be submitted tohe No 1. as "F" .Time 11.
can't d"crlbed 191
carefully, and If you ounty .. herein provided but not b* and the same Is beret electors of le State of Florida.1r of the minutes nf the County Commissioners Th* rote* past In with
RIGHT don't write at aU. M a mater rate nf Interest than said sorted V and shall be submitted o ratification or rejection at the of sale County at page 19 aid proposed plan. the
bonds now bear: and to Issue. sell or the Berton of the State at Florida General Election to held on the et eeq. and also all the t.ltD and return*
-V i svchang on behalf of any county or for ratification or rejection at III.Oener,1 b first Monday 1941 cYd.claratlo
first day April
the
first Tuesday was to the
( sass.regulations *
1 retiring Election. be the a t 0 wbfe
rNS-Francis emit for tb* ""e purpose of to held on Election Precinct
18. ( ra num
( November
In \ and
as
Deland Aug. folio. pro-
mid !band lamed by such ClOUD,,". or tint Tuesday after Uu first Monday @mbt to 81 Inclusive. a* established retlo. a
p. Whitehall runn r'up for Governor rectal road MM! bridge district 01ther la rTovembor 1942. M follow' "o S Board Th Llat.nay, ?the aforesaid Resolution NoIOT7 Yd by law of Ftorl .n..I I
thereof Section Prom Jan- b
lawyer, epsnlal taxing dlstrtet 30 1 and after Sat
in the 1940 campaign ill>\1.* or other fad anticipation nary 11M3 the management restoration pow created or : : 1 TT I
civic and political leader left last truncate bearing MMrst at not conservation ana recalatlon. ot By 1$, authority to .ntr. : AnottMr o th* said Districts shan ", e.g my basks
the -or* than Hire (II 'Bar seal per anssss the btrd*. tarn*, for bearing animal rule and eomprl "t whlcl wee 0 and affixed the Great I 01.
called by
week for Washington, ) to such cll'DmtI"aa4 na- and fib water fish 01 the Mat 01 1 uniformity o alictio the 1st day emb the Stat of Plo N
for Immediate lervlce over tarnst M Serb Ma within the fifty Florid and th* acquisition. est Wlshxaent. -I the e& f fash In Coramlsslonen1 -Dt. I I" de trikj .
Navy ff 1 .ser period s* the Board nay control and ---.. of and salt vats product described tn Book Mlnut n Aal &D ,
seas. ..*_ffVBKtM. KB jlldltSCSI 50 ........ hatcher, Betnsii_ rerusre" maerysiloma :1 by th* Governor fun* 1 of tile Ont Om\e. l $. ( '
Whitebait offered his services a .. ..... _" s. W ....... ... aB .... IROtM J s0 County I aor*.r* I IPAGE
D.
n-s -. -_.. .