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Title: The Okeechobee news
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Publisher: The Okeechobee Publishers, Inc.
Place of Publication: Okeechobee Fla
Creation Date: August 28, 1942
Publication Date: -1992
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Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 82, no. 91 (Sept. 13, 1992).
General Note: "The voice of the Everglades."
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Volume 28-Number 10 Okeechobee, Florida, Friday, August 28, 1942 Price Five Cents

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HONOR ROLL OF,I I MODEL DRY CLEANERS I PROCLAMATIONWhereas BOYS RETURNED HOME; ABOUT
NEWS
i NOW BEING OPERATED CAMP: BLANDING ON A OUR

j I BY CHESTER RAl'LERSON FIFTEEN DAYS FURLOUGH -j

MEN IN SERVICEEDITOR'S MEN IN SERVICEProf

Chester Raulerson purchased the our government badly needs allScrap | Jerry Anderson, Joseph C. Evans,

Model Dry Cleaners establishmentlast Lester W. Hilliard, Walter N. Gray,

NOTE.-We are very week from Ralph Bond and Metal in order to carry on our war effort, | Jr, R D. Denam and Frederick and Mrs C M. Williams

anxious to have the name and address has already taken active charge of I Kohl, Jr., who left for Camp Bland-
and whereas the Okeechobee Defense are in receipt of Information that
of each boy from Okeechobee the establishment, County j ling on August 20, have been accepted -
their son, Lieut. C M. Williams,
County who is In the service of his Mr Bond established a dry cleanIng and returned to their homes
Council has designated September 8 1942 Jr., has arrived
safely
as
country In order that this list may business here In March 1939, II here this week to spend a fourteen They do not know overseas.
where
be complete, If you have not already and later bought the Model Dry "Scrap Harvest Day", I, H. H. Raulerson, Mayor days furlough. They will return to but they have the Just Idea that he his
turned In the names of all Cleaners and combined the two camp on September 7.

of your relatives who are In the places into one and operated it un- I of the City of Okeechobee, urge each citizen to ,I -V----- is either somewhere.in Egypt He or is Northern Africa
a Lieutenant -
Army or Marines, do Ul Mr. Raulerson bought them out,
Navy please collect all metal around their premisesand Schools Will in the Army Air Forces,
*o at once so that our list will be ---v-- i scrap Open .

complete federal Judge Has pile in convenient places for city trucks to Woodrow Walker, who Is In the
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I September 7 With office of the Induction Station at
Corporal David W Cassel l. Jr I collect. H. H. RAULERSON, Mayor. ] Camp Blandlng spent Saturdayand
son of Mr and Mrs. D W. Casselof 1 Entered Decree In
Sunday here with his parents,
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Okeechobee stationed with the Full School
Faculty Mr, and Mrs. J. H. Walker, Sr He
United States Army Air Corps at I Sales at the cattle pens are Increasing left on the midnight train Sunday
Savannah Oa. Enlisted from Okee- County Bond Case Professor Williams
I very substantially, but night to return to Camp Blandlng.
chobee County In September, 1940 I the price of beef will have to at Prof and Mrs. C M. Williams .

Fixes Hours For I least double or else-the other arrived in Okeechobee last Friday Dr. W. L. Martin of Okeechobea

Corporal Earl W. Raifoid. son of ( Judge John W. Holland of the two cow hands will have to attend afternoon from Lakeland where and Sebring has been called into

Mrs Susie Raiford of this city United States District Court in MI- sales barefoot. Prof. Williams has been teaching['!, active duty with the United States
stationed with the United States amt, on August 24, 1942. accordingto In the '
Pupil! RegistrationThe And what about myself and summer school at Florida Army and reported for service on

Army Air Corps at Dale Mabry advice received here, entered a the Llhtners, and the Vales Southern College during the sum- Friday August 21 at Atlanta, Ga.

Field Tallahassee, Fla Enlisted final decree finally confirming the families It's going to be tough mer vacation, | He has closed his hospital here

In December 1941. I! debt settlement proposed by Okee- Principal of the school sledding from now on.. I shore Immediately upon his arrival until after the war and we understand .
I
I' chobee County in 1940 and which would like to have all pupils report in't get my best shoes half here Prof. Williams busied himself that he has also closed his

Private Ernest E. Halford son of ;' has been in litigation for the past to the Hitch School office and anted and hue them shlned too. with other school authorities in Sebring hospital. We do not know
Mrs, Susie Ralford of this city two years This action of the courtIn trying to fill vacancies in the '
"save high
register for courses for the next They say the surface and what kind of a commission he received -

stationed with the 14th Repair '' finally confirming the debt set- !vim Registration will be In this you save all." Wont I look fine school faculty due to many resignations 'I but It should be a good one

Squadron, United States Army tlement brings to i successful con- .>rder: with the uppers shining like a among the teachers. Due ,. as he has been forced to close avery

Air Corps, Duncan Field, San: An- : elusion the attempts* of the county Seniors Thursday, Sept. 3rd, 9 mirror and my big toes sticking to the war and other things there profitable business in order to

tonio, Texas. Enlisted December commissioners over a period of the to 12 A M. out from the Inside corners? have been a number of the local serve his country at a time when

1S41. past ten years to finally adjust its You can't have cake and teachers who have resigned since I'
: Juniors Thursday, Sept 3rd, 1 your the Army needs more doctors than
.
| financial affairs, so that all of its cat it the last term of school closed end '
to 4 p. m.Sop110moresFrlday. too. I hope Leon doesn'twin ever before
Private First Class John H. Wal- Indebtedness Is now in a current Sept 4th. 9 another game of soli tare un- the teachers were appointed. l *

Jeer, son of Mr, and Mrs. J. H. position. to 12 a. m.F'asmenFrlday.. till he I Is as barefoot as I will be Prof. Williams stated yesterday ,. Word has been received here that

Walker, Jr., mechanic In ground Prior to the time that the proceedings Sept. 4th, 1 In another month. Well be a that the school would open oni| Leroy Bass t colored: ) has arrived

crew In United States Army Air I were filed In court thecount"q to 4 p. m. seeing you OI5IE. schedule Monday morning Septem- J' safely in Australia where he is

Corps, stationed somewhere in Australia total indebtedness was ap- ber 7, and that he had no doubt !
I Any who live on bus routes and --- -vGilbert -- stationed with the United States
Enlisted in Army in Oct- pr-xlmately $1.6000,000 of which approximately '
that they would have a
1 ale In town on Saturday Sept 5th complete Army there Leroy Is the first colored -

ober 1940. $900,000 was past due will report to the otflce of the Prin- Cuibreth is faculty by that time soldier from Okeechobee to
end Immediately payable The
'I cipal at any convenient hour regardless The Okeechobee News will pub-, reach foreign soil.
Sergeant Carl Stello son of Mr. '' county was plagued with many of grade, The Plnclpal iLsh a complete list of all of the *

and Mrs, K E, Stello of Okeechobee suits by various creditors demand- urges that as many as can please Made Chairman Of ,eachers in next week's issue of Sergeant Purmel Hargraves left
United States Army Air Corps, Inn exhorbltant levies and demand- the I
1('))ort and register In advance paper J Sunday night to return to Spence
Geiger Field Spokane, Wash Enlisted Ing Immediate payment of their securities -
The Principal is already In town' V Field at Moultrie. Ga., after spend-
in In 1942. Thereupon the county, The Theatre
Army January
I and Is living at the Bowden I Group ing a week here with his parents,
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with the cooperation of R. E. Cattle Sale Here
'I hr-me on North Park street, Any I : Mr and Mrs W. B. Hargraves and
Corporal K. R. Anderson, son Crummor & Company of Orlando ,
who would like to discuss any J family.
of Alva Anderson of Upthegrove 1"10and with a majority of its Mr John L Fahs. State AdminIstrator .
school matters with him will callb
bondholders, brought proceedings In for the State of Florida Last Week Largest ;
Beach, Motor Transport Division
;, at your convenience. ) ; Mr, and Mrs J. F. Bond are In
States Marines, stationed I the United States Court under the ha' advised me that the Motion
United Not oil tachers are seemed but receipt 'of news that their son Earl
at Georgetown, British Oulena. j Municipal Composition Act to force the schedule has been made already Picture Industry has volunteeredto And Best Yet Held Bond has returned to Camp Kenning -
all creditors to accept new refund- serve as the spearhead for the
Enlisted m the Marine Corps in I und any person can be Informed as after spending several weeksin
ing ,bonds authored to be Issued Salute Heroes"
To Our campaignIn
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September 1937. I to the various classes offered. North Carolina on maneuvers
.. ,* for the county's Indebtedness. Approximately r K\, the sale of Wary Bonds _, and. .
> ** % *- "ot-I* .1l"i-;: cr'edltovjrfid'o'accepted \ '*' r. V -1" 'Tire 'livestock'.sale held dtr' and upon'afs'rautn to camp he
all Stamps for the month of Scptem-
Purmel Hargraves, son was granted five day furlough.
Sergeant t stock pens of the Dixie Cattlemen'sAssociation a
the composition proceeding. her t .
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of County Supervisor of IVeglstra- The Observer Thursday, August
( except the duPont interests and a The Florida War Savings Staffof
lion and Mrs. Hargraves: of this was the largest sale held so 20.\ Mr. and Mrs. D. W. Cassel are In
few other creditors, who consistently the U. S. Treasury is grateful'or \
I'y United States Army Air There was a total of 435 head receipt of a letter from their son
refused to accede to the agreement !: this assistance from the Mo-
Corps, Spence Field, Moultrie, Oa. nv "BITCATASTROPHE Pap cattle"sold by thirty-three sellers to i: David In which he says he has been .
and thereupon extensive litigation ton I Picture Industry which Is of
Enlisted: December 2, 1942 Promotfd twelve buyers for a total price of promoted to the rank of sergeant
ensued. which was brought. tremendous Importance to this vital .
to rank of sergeant; July 1st. $13.326 I
to a successful[ conclusion by the ,mice! In the war effort. are
;, The Nation received aI'ry This is by far the largest sale Mr and Mrs. Calvin Drawdy
entry of the foregoing decree. The Motion Picture Industry has
Private Elzle Godwin son of W. definite jolt In the Jaw last week, yet held at the pens here and the in receipt of a letter from their son
This action on the part of the M>t for Itself a quota of a billion
E. Godwin of Upthegrove Beach and one that will tend to place price was\ high. Each sale held by > Howard who is in the United States
Federal Court will mean that the dollars in War Bonds and Stamps
with the Infantry stationed atI most of us In the association gets larger and It Navy at Norfolk, Va., and tells them
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I taxes of all taxpayers in the coun- and a large proportion of that
. Camp Pickett Va. Entered ser- Central Florida Is expected that the sale which will that he Is not an apprentice sea-
ty, so far as they apply to one issue amount can be sold in September
vice In June 1942 I be held next Thursday will be even man now' but has been promotedto
of bonds known as the "Court back of the 8- | I 'un quite certain.We .
larger than this one was. the rank of seaman second class
House and Jail Issue" will be stabilized ball for the are always getting much ap-
of'' sale last and Is still the Naval
Private Julian Hodges; son The highlight of the attending
and taxpayers will no longerbe duration PIP'lated assistance in the WarSavings
Mr. and Mrs. Hodges of Indian- j: r.' Thursday was the sale of a large Sc ool.
faced with exhorbitant levies for program of the U. S. .
town, United States Army Engineers Price Administrator steer by R. 1;. Hamrick that brought |
the payment thereof. The Interest Treasury In July the Retail Mer-
Port Belvolr, Va., Entered service L e o nHenderson | $6560 and the entire amount was Mrs. H, C. Long is in receipt ofa
and sinking fund of the Road and 'hunts of the country volunteered
set. 1,1 donated to the Florida Crippled cablegram from her son Sergeant
in April 1942, Bridge issue of bonds issued under telr services to help to product a
I I ting snugly in | + Children Home In Miami. Oscar B McKee in which he says
the proceedings will receive assist- billion dollars In one month. This
Private Smiley Waldron son of his I office play- x All persons who have something he has arrived safely in Great
ance from the proceeds of gasoline proved a wonderful success.
Mr and Mrs. N. F. Waldron of Ing solitary, ) to sell are asked to get in touch' Brltian. Sergeant McKee is in the
funds and In all probability the Now the Motion Picture Industry
the sta- turned card, and drowsily I with Mr. Williamson at the officeof Engineers Shore Regiment and
Oke tioned at Camp Plckett. Va Entered scanning It noticed he had turned the Dixie Cattlemen's Association landed about August 20.
forced to pay ad valorem taxes for sponsor the "Salute To Our Heroes"campaign .
service In June 1942. the Jack of Spades, and as this ,
I this issue at this time j in September for the sale
(
him -- --V Word has been received here that
the card and
The action on the part of the was key gave 'r War Bonds and Stamps. Let's
Bsatswaln's Mate First Class Rex his first winner In several weeks, Lawrence Sellers has recently returned -
: the limit.
in them
county finally successfully con- back to Civil Service Is In
Anderson, son of Mrs, Lizzie Anderson summating Its readjustment pro- jumped from his chair in elation Mr Gilbert CUlbreth has been from a trip to Iceland with

of Frostproof, and brotherof I and hollered like a Seminole In forces of the United States Navy
gram without expense to the county appointed chairman of the Theatre -
Alva Anderson of Upthegrove is probably the most forward dian. j I Group for Okeechobee County. Need of Many More He enlisted in the Navy in June
United I' 1941 and after enlistment he attended -
the
Beach: stationed with :i and comprehensive step taken in Calling his secretaries stenogs. You can look for a fine program

States Navy at Key West, Florida. the last ten years for the benefitof bookkeepers, office boys etc.. Into 1 i of entertainment sponsored by his the Navy Trade School and

Entered service in May 1942. the taxpayers. executive session, he explainedthe I theatre some time in September. Men As Executives later was placed aboard the U. S.
enthusiasmand S. Arkansas of which he is now a
situation with
T. W Conely. Jr attorney for He Is busy now on plans for one of
Granvllle N. Wilson, son of Mr. declared something must be member of the crew,
the county, and Joseph P Lea Jr., j the outstanding drives of the War .
ands Mrs, E. J Wilson of Okeechobee -I of Orlando FU. attorney for R. E. done to celebrate such an august Savings Committee I was discussing Jacksonville. Aug. 25.
Seaman second class In United Crummer & Company, handled the I etent. it with him yesterday and U. S. Civil Service Commission Quentin Sellers, who entered the

States Navy aboard U. S. S. North )j I' proceedings. I Ater long deliberation and i although plans are not yet completed wants 4 large number of hightypemen United States Army In July of this

Carolina. Entered service In December ---V--- what looked like a deadlock, I I I111 be able to announceIt who have had experience and year has been transferred to Kessler -

1941. NEW DRIVING LICENSES i Leona fifth undersecretary cas- i I In detail next week in this column have held executive positions in Field, Miss., where In a class of

NOW ON SUE REQUIRED: I ually remarked that the jack of I Whatever It may be it will dry cleaning plants, laundries, shoe five hundred men he made a per-

Corporal Jessie D. Wilson, son of I BY ALL BEFORE OCT. 1 spades reminded him of his taw I be unusual and mighty entertaining repair shops, clothing stores, wholesale fect score in mechanical mathematIcs -

Mr. and Mrs, E. J. Wilson of Okee- orite bootblack whose name was for both young and old. Look groceries and Insurance companies radio mechanics and aerial

chobee, stationed at Moore Field New driving licenses were placedon Jack : for the announcement, for appointment in south- photography. The following letter

Mission Texas. Entered service In sale bv County Judge T. W. "That's It, that's It", says Leon, Okeechobee's quota for August'is eastern United States outside of was sent him after the tests had

February 1942. Coneley, Jr. August 20 Judge "you have been promoted to second 1,300.. Sales up to noon Thursdayas Florida. I been completed: "As a result of \

I I Conely states that any persons who place on the pay roll What checked with Postmaster Pitts Those employed by insurance your evident manual dexterity and

Private First Class Edgar J. Wilson fall to purchase a driving license I letter way to show my appreciation total $14.950. That Is a wonderful companies must have had experience your excellent proficiency and aptItude

son of Mr. and Mrs E. J. Wilson before October 1 will have to take than to turn loose the overworked owing 1 and will top any county i I in adjusting claims and should test scores., you have been

. United States examination before license be practicing attorneys. These po- i for technical train.
of Okeechobee, an a shine boys of Washingtonand In the state, I am confident. Our recommended

Marine Corps stationed somewherein can be Issued to them. In fact of the whole nation. | quota for September has not been I|II |i sltlons pay an annual salary of $2- Ing In the advanced course In power

the PacifiC Enlisted more than Highway Patrolman Olbb Oross The lid Is oft From now on publicly announced as yet but willi 600 and offer an opportunity for turrent and gun sight maintenance

two years ago. I I has received instructions that all the sky Is the limit. No more i not exceed that of August I am qualified men to render a valuableI The Advanced Power Turrent and

I I persons found operating a car without will the boys have to labor and I assured. I I service to their country during this Gun Sight Maintenance School Is

Hospital Apprentice First Class the proper drivers license will i I play a staccato tune on common Don't forget-10 percent EVERY emergency. located at Lowry Field Cato Its

Marvin L. Wilson son of Mr and be subject to arrest after Oct- blacks and browns and twotonesfor PAY DAY. 1 1 I Applicants should write E. B. purpose Is to Instruct and train

Mrs E. J. Wilson of Okeechobee ober 1st. : a lousy 20 or 30 cents. Let I W. R, PAGE, Chairman. Terry administrative aid, 127 Fed- I selected men in the principles of

Medical Corps, United States Naval V them charge what they like" Okeechobee County |I eral Bldg., Jacksonville, giving In : operation, Installation and maintenance -

Air Station, Jacksonville, Fla, En- I> ARE YOU TIRING PART Little did he realize what a I War Savings Committee detail the extent of their experi of service type power operated -

tered the Navy in June 1941. [; IN CIVILIAN DEFENSE? I catastrophe would result from I V I ence, education and qualifications. gun turrents and gun sightsas

Appointments for a personal Inter- Installed In The
All members of committees of the this decision. Washington pos- airplanes. courseis

Private First Class Howard RennU Civilian Defense Corps are expected j' *.ll>!y can survive the Inflation Persecution Is the weakness of view will fce given those having j I II of eight weeks duration and program

Padgett, Eon of Mr, and Mrs to be at the Court House Sept- but what about the smaller outlying I tyrants engendered by their fear, necessary qualifications. confidential. W. M. Harrison,

B K. Padgett of Okeechobee, stationed ember 10th at 7:00: o'clock. If you I towns such as New York, i and love will cast it out Continue I Applicants for all positions must Cap. A. O D."
i steadfast In love and good works Immediate call for .
not be subject to
with the Signal Corps of have not Joined any of them do so Philadelphia, Chicago and Okee-
the United States Army at Key then. All must take part. | chobee: ? Especially Okeechobee. -Mary Baker Eddy, military service Tterry! said, and More and more favorable and

Field Merrldian, Miss. Entered Mrs Wm. Hendry, Controller and If two-tone shines now costing20c V explained that civil service appoint- creditable>le reports trickle in to us

service in January 1942. I I Personnel Officer, will advise you to 30c skyrocket to around Though men should rend your ments do not exempt men from about the boys of this county who

as to the various groups you may halt a smacker think what it heart, let them not embitter or military service under the Selective are doing their bit In the armed

R. L. Sanderfur. Jr., son of Mrs. will cost to fet a pair of high harden it. We win by tenderness: Service Act. service of our country, and it makes

Crela Sanderfur of Okeechobee, join.D.. B MCCARTHY, Commander top riding boots, If cowboy foot- we conquer by forgiveness.. W V the whole county proud of them.

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PAGE TWO THE OKEECI10DEE NEWS FRIDAY AUGUST 28, !'JI2

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:NOTICE OP APPLICATION FOR
son of C. C. Arrington of Okeechobee -I July 1942.Private I Coast Artillery stationed at Miami TAX nt.r.n NOTICE OF
'u I...". ot 11138 SPECIAL MISTER'S HALE
(Jhcrdl1hcc; ( I In the Infantry with the United Beach Florida. Entered Army in Notice In uen States Army stationed at Fort I Henry Prescott son of July 1941. cott holder, lit Tux Certlltciilei No. 84 and hy authority: of a decree made
., and 33, limed the lot dny of MuveinIMT. and entered on the 12th day of May: ,
Published Every Friday by the I I Jackson S. C. Enlisted in Army In Mrs. Martha Prescott of Bassinger I .\. I' 111:17.: ,mid Tux ('Sri llleute 1042, In the Circuit Court of the Otb
January 1941. I stationed with Infantry at Fort Captain Ward Baggott, eon of No 13. tamed the 4th day: of July A, Judicial Circuit In and for Oketcho-
Okeechobec News Co., at Okeecho I Sill, Oklahoma. Entered service in Mr. and Mrs. F. H. Baggott of II. lull, him tiled mime In my ofltre : linn loPe Comity, Klorlila. In a certain rnuaewherein ,
Znch T, Miller was complainant
nada b.
bee Okeechobee County Florida. appllcitloo for a Tax Deed to
Enoch Walker, son of Mr. and April 1942. I Panama City Florida but former iMiueil" tlii-renii. Null, Certiorate. embrace and Henry Him rum and Bertha -
I S SS the following ilem-rllied pro|>irtv Slinpaoii his wife! were defend-
residents of Okeephobee in Army
BRYANTBOWDEN .............. Editor Mrs. Hulon Walker of Okeechobee, ID the County of Okeechobee, state of null, I. the IInd'rllalll'Jiporlnl Matter .
now serving with the Submarine I Private First Class Lawrence Air Corps. Entered service in sum- Florida, to-wlt : will otter for sale and tell nt public
-- Heir ((WMI yd* X of S\\' Cnr SHO.2H I nuctlon In front of the South door
Olin Godwin brother
matter Forces somewhere In the Pacific. of Oliver mer of 1940.
Entered as second class |I 1 run i'L'O: ydn, X HI3' yd.. W of the County Court Home for Okeerhobee -
July I, 1914 at the Post Office In He enlisted in the United States Godwin Mrs. H. T. Scott Mrs. !K0: t ds. H KM yilii to Big See. County, Florida on Monday,

Okeechobee Florida under the I I Navy in May 1937 ; Hulon Walker Mrs. Vernon Lightsey. Apprentice Seaman Howard I ,Plot 1H! 'Fe i'. :n lt. 33. 1',i serer Day Sept of 7. mid 11142) Court the stilt within bring the K legalhours Itulit

Act of March 8, 1879.SUBSCRIPTION. and Tom Godwin of Okeechobee. Drawdy. son of Mr. and Mrs. C E. Beg :is.% yiln :X of HW ('0' of of Dale to.wit : 11 o'clock A. M.
___ ---1 Private Woodrow Walker young- with field Artillery at Fort Drawdy of Okeechobee Naval 11,'('. '.''. run. K 220 vote N 1(13 yiln and 2 o'clock I'. M., all of Hint certainproperty ofOkeechiihee
lilS altuate In the County
I \) SIMI ),10. H .vil. l 0 1I..Jt.
RATE est son of Mr. and Mrs. J. H: Sill Oklahoma. Entered service in Training School, Chicago 111. En- Kman; Twiv. ::111110.. 33. 7'uHITCH. State of Florida and

One year In advance .. .. 2.00 Walker, Sr., of Okeechobee now June 1941. tered service In May 1942. more Lot particularly number eleven dearrllied(11)) na of fullowc block :

Six months In advance ...... ..... 1.00 at'' mid addition
serving at the Induction Station Beer NK Cor of KK'4' of MV'i., cluht (at) of Railroad to.City
Three months In advance ........ .'75 Camp Blandlng Starke Fla. En- < Lloyd C. Llghtsey son of Mr. and Sergeant Oscar B. McKee son of I' run H 1.T4 351114.t' ;KM: vd.. N l.vd tit OkeccholM-e' ,CONRAD Florida..
., K: 2si: yd*. Wee., ;UK Twp. 3.V L. L.
tered the United States Army In Mrs. Van Lightsey of Okeechobee, Mrs. H. C. Long of Okeechobee, >Itg'". :M. 7 nrree. Special Mailer.R. .
Advertising bills are payable on May 1942.Private. stationed at Norfolk Va., with the with the Engineers Shore Regiment i The assessment of laid property trader i:. HAMRICK,
the first of each month. Parties Solicitor for Complainant.
sold (VrtlMciili'R IHNUCI) was III the tiiinn1of '
I United States Navy In the Signal somewhere In Great Brltlan. He I'mliTtilll. lint Ciiralliiclimit Dated May 2S. 1012.; 41)1
unknown to required to Kiimnnlhii : .. .
publishers Robert C. White, son of Corps Entered the Navy In April ( entered the service In September Cut ; I.ptltln t'cnrce. ---
pay In advance. I I I'lilemi mild CertlnVnteii hall lie re MUlCt: I OK I'UiLICATIO.N
Mr. and Mrs. M. E. White of Okee- 1942. 1940. leenied. according to law, property 1e- C'lIhll.l..rlI'XI'I'EII )
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Reading notices In local columns, chobee stationed with the United I icrlhed therein shall he sold to the : OF STATESDEPARTMENT THE INTERIOR

10 cents a line. Rates for display States Army in California. He Private First Class LeRoy Chand- Private Bill Humphrey son ot i tn highest the first bidder Monday: at the: In Courthouse the month floor of iENKKAL; LAND OFFICE at \VUMUIngton -

advertising furnished on applica- entered the Army in March 1942. ler son of Mr. and Mrs. Perry Mrs. Dora Humphrey of Okeecho- "September. 1'M2. which I In the 71 li dny D. C. July 23, 1942

tion. Classified advertising, 2 cents S 05 Chandler of Bassinger stationed bee with Medical Detachment at of September thin ,17th 11)12.Iiutcd tin. } of .Tulv. HUJHOY ; NOTICE 'la hereby given that

each word per Insertion.! All Items John Relchert son of Henry H. i with the Medical Corps at Camp Camp Rucker, Ala. Entered the I H. HAfLEUSON, Florida Vernon who S. Arnold on June of 17. Okvucliokee lU- l. made

regarding enterprises conducted for Reichert of Okeechobee, stationed ( Murphy Hobe Sound Fla., Entered Army In June 1942. I ii'lrcitlt, Court Clerk Hcalt Circuit Court, Section 2L'su Reviled Statute Homentead -
with the Coast Guard in Maryland. service In January 1942. Entry. No. O. L. O. OirM. for
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profit chargeable at rdvertlslng
are
Lot 17 Section 19 Township 37S.,
rates. Entered the service In June 1942. Alton R McMullen son of Mr. IX THE CIRCUIT COURT OP THE Range 33 }:., Till. Meridian }Florida

... -- Private Jack Paige son of Mr. and Mrs. I. N. McMullen of Okee- NINTH JFDlCIAt CIRCUIT OF him tiled, notice of Intention to make
TUB. HTATK: OF n.OHIHA' IN AM II mil three-year Proof to eetnlillih
PLEDGE TO THE FLAG Staff Sergeant Jake Relchert son and Mrs. S. C. Paige of Okeechobee, phobee Chief Radio Operator with Fou OKI-I-CIIOKKK: : rorNTV. F 1.0 it- i-liilm to the bind above deHcrlbeil.
"I pledge allegiance to the Flag of Henry H. Reichert of Okecchoi i i stationed with the United States the United States Navy at Pensa- II,A. IS C1IANCKIIYTime : before Hi'inle Alderman. Notary I'llb-
No. !SI3' of Florida at Largo, nt the
Ik' State! '
of the frilled Stairs of America bee, stationed with the United'' Army In Australia. Entered ser- cola. He entered the Navy In July i !SI'ESSAHIi I.. lliH.I.A.Xn.:' OOVEKXoll : Court HHIKC In the City of okwuuhee
and to the Republic for which It States Marines somewhere in the vice in December 1941. 1930. ;. OF THE STATK: OF FLORIDA. Florida on the Itth dny of Bcpteuiher" ,
stands: One nation Indivisible Pacific. Entered the service in e .T. M. I.KK. COMI'TIIOLI.KH: OF SAID 11H2.
STATK. .1. EDWIX LAIISON, TIIEASriKU Cliiliiiiint nmiiea an wltm'".i'. : H. II.
with liberty and Justice for all." 1931. Private Merrill Hardy nephew of Elburn Platt son of Mr. and Mrs.J. .: : OF( SAID 11'1'ATI, .. TOM HuncorV. T.V.. Conely, Jr., ItobertLaMnrthl.
\\ .\'1'1'0.'I"I'ClltXI. :\ liE.NF.IIAhOF : HUIlI...."". ull of .
--- -- Chas. of East Okee- R.Hj.forlI'o.: :
Mrs. aboard the
Hardy C. Platt of this city HAID $TATi':. and NATHAN :
SERVICE MEN First Class Machinist Eugene M. > chobee In United States Army en- U. S. S. Rosevllle somewhere on the \UYO. COMMISSIOXKII' OF Ati'ItT'rl.Tt'RF JOEL DAVID WOI.FSOIIN.
( : OF SMP STATE nt nndcHintltutlng Assistant Cummliialoiiur or RcRlxter
Hall son of Mr. and Mrs. Reese tered service in February 1942. Pacific. I the TltrsTEEH OF THEIXTEUXU -- --
(Continued from Page/ One) Upthegrove of Utopia, stationed I IMP1IOVEMEXT: FT'NP: NOTICE OF APPLICATION

First, we have two especially with the United States Coast Guard Vernon M. King son of Mr. and Private Jack Hendry. son of Mr. OF THE' STATE OF FI.OItlDA FOR TAX DEED
I I'lit I hot tllT.i L.... of UII:
distinguished families who are In at Mobile, Alabama. Entered the Mrs. W. J. King of East Okeechobee and Mrs. J. J. Hendry of Lake TI. I \ .ilir l I. In-relit, iitveii that. M.irtliuTinker.
the same class with the FranklinD. service In September 1939 in Gun Crew aboard ship in Placid and brother of Representative I ItOSA' MARSH, "'hl,,,,'. ET AI., hnldiT. of Tax Vrtlllcnle' No.
Hcfendmita.NOTICE. 7.10.: 1..11-,1 the Sin duy, of AugiiHt. A.
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Roosevelts by having four sons the United States Navy. Entered Bill Hendry of Okeechobee, In I TO APPEAR D. I'.i'J'.i. hiiH Bled miine 11111) offli-e;
each in the service. Those are the Staff Sergeant Ralph Ming son service in March 1942. the Air corps at Denver Colorado.I THE STATE OF FLORIDA tine mode iipplli-Hllon fur a Tax Deed
TO Ilnlii-rt r.Oni'1 Marsh 'hn.e ndilreflH 10,. 10. -d thereon. Said Certificateembriici'K
to '
four sons of the John J. McLaugh- of Mrs. Ida Ming of Okeechobee, Entered service July 1, 1942. In cure "f Torpedo Hipinilron) I lie fnllowlng ili-Dcrlbed propert .
llns and the four sons of the E. J. stationed at Camp Croft spartens- Private J. Murl Dalgneau son of SS Four Brooklyn Navy Yard Brooklyn. > In the (Cnuiity, of, Okii'chobee.SintK .

Wilsons. Several other families I berg S. C. He entered the Army Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Dalgneau of Matthew Leroy Bass colored, son I New You York are :herchy required fo alp, annppcarnnee XI'II.or lot Florldn., \:NEH to of wit NWVi: less U

have three sons each In uniform July 1940. I Basilnger, stationed with Medical of Leroy Bass and wife of Okee- [ tn the nhove proceeding In Ile.13 J :
this' court before the 7th cloy
on nr
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as a perusal of our War Roster I 1 Detachment at Fort Benning, Ga. chobee.. with un the United States I of September A. D. 1042. the natureof :The: assessment I'oiitHlnlng of ncrea.laid property nader -

Honor Roll will show: Henry Rel- Private Robert Ming son of Mrs. Entered service In March 1941. Army In Australia He entered the whir'h proceeding U the foreclosure mid ('ertlh) 'ate laaued was In the

rhert's. three sons Mrs. T. M. Jer- Ida Ming of Okeechobee now stationed J Army In May 1941. of ale.' n lying mortgngc. and upon bring real In vxtnte Okoechoho viltii- nniiie,fnlen of Hbinche mid Certificate Van Poll.Shall be redeemed

rell. three. Bethel Sloans threes I with the Infantry In Los j Private Paul D'Agostlna son of r '011111\'. Flurldii., dra,'rllpd an followa.to nccordlng to law property de-

> Besides there are any number Angeles, California. He entered the Mr. and Mrs. Joe D'Agostlna of Wayne O. Burke. son of Mr. and nit From: the Hnncock nlenndrrcorner I crlbud highest Milder therein at lhall the Courthouse be sold to door the

of pairs of sons from the same Army In February 1942. Okeechobee. In United States Armyat Mrs. J. W. Burke of Okeechobee I on "',.t line of Sec. !2.! I Oil the first Monday In the month of
I T. :17: II( II. SI E. run S. SI!' ) ,le.er.
j which U the 7lh day
family;-Mrs. Susie Ralford Mat I Camp Picket Va Entered Service I Apprentice Seaman in the United ."'o 4.V: F 039! .11 feet on and I 1I"I'I.IIII11'r.lH .
of I'"t"llIhor.lH
thew and Paul Wongrey. Mrs. J. Jimmie Finger, son of Mr and In June 1942 States Navy at Norfolk Virginia. I nlnng, the, ",,".no'k menu der line Dated this lit duv of .\,trust. 11142.

W. Oonerly Alva Anderson, two Mrs. O. C. Finger of Fort Myers I I Entered service In May 1942. I n to ili-irrei pant of 21'liMitlntilng.E. gin'' (1\ feet Thence ThenceE. S. Clerk ItOY Circuit It. RAULER80N Court of ,

sons and a brother for good meas- but former residents of Corporal Albion F. Harden son I I I 111"! 7 feet : Thence North 0iligrwa Okeechobee County, Florida.

ure. The Andy Ooolsbys have two Stationed with United okeechobee'j of Mr. and Mrs. C. D. Harden of I Quentln R. Sellers, son of Mr. I Hnnciick 21'v.! mennder. ft'3.n! line feet: Thenie tn the (,'1"111'ollrl\ Seal)

sons also In the service. at Norfolk, Va. Okeechobee with the Marines and Mrs. E. O. Sellers of Okeecho- N w, ill-green 43V: 111S.7' feet -

These honor men rank all the aboard the U. S. Battleship Wyoming bee, with Army Air Force stationedat ,I tolnlng to the point 24.w' 7 ncreii.of., beginning more nr, (leu'..n.*.

way from the newest rookie buck ;, Private First Class R. B. Jerrell somewhere In the Atlantic. I Kessler Field Miss. Entered All lying and being In Rec.' S3. 1O CNCCKm R' A

privates all the way through the : son of Mrs. T. M. Jerrell of Okee- Entered service In June 1040. service In July 1942. I, '1'\7! S. .11.State!M Fast of Florida.County ofOkeechobeo. I .. .

non-commissioned officers and j j i chobee stationed with pursuit j i I DONE' AND ORDEUKD lit Okewho IN 7.AVI

second and first lieutenants to at Murac Bombing Field at : Jimmie Belk of and bee '' 'hut'- of Okeehobee.. Stoic if
I Group /Sergeant son Lawrence Sellers, son of Mr. Florldn. this 2!>tli dny of Jill)'. A J).
captain and major. Murac California. Entered service Mrs. Delma Belk of Okeechobee, Mrs. E. G. Sellers of Okeechobee 104!!.

The boys all appear to be giving : In February 1942.. 'I In Artillery at Seattle Wash. Entered aboard the U. S. S. Arkansas. En- I Clerk Roy R.Circuit nAt'i.ERRON'Court!' ta',666' I

a good account of themselves but service In December 1941. tered service In June 1941. 1 H> Sophroiilii Peime
i heir change of address and. promotion i Private Rufus G. Jerrell son of'' Deputy Clerk.
Circuit Court Seal
In rank occurs so often I I Mrs. T. M. Jerrell of Okeechobee, I I Wilson Pearce, seaman second Vernon L. Burke son of Mr. and I

that we are not able to keep up ,I with Field Artillery at Camp Chaf- I II class, son of Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Mrs. J. W. Burke of Okeechobee,

with them : hence we cannot keep'I| fee Arkansas Entered service In I Pearce. of Okeechobee, in Group 3 Seaman Second Class at Naval Air

the record straight except the boys i March 1942. i 10f Service Schools United States Station. Jacksonville. Entered ser-
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themselves; or their families pass Naval Training Station, Norfolk vice In summer of 1941. 1

on to us the latest military activity i Private Norris L. Jerrell son of Virginia. Entered service In April .
I II 1 // ./ ,Asy
that affects them. :Mrs. T. M. Jerrell of Okeechobee ,1942. :XOTKKOkeechnbee
A letter from Mr. J. S. McMillan I I \\iih the Medical Detachment stationed County. Florlilo, +
I ,,,'j'/4ott7t kT ee I
of West Palm Beaph. but for 20 : at Fort Oglethorpe Georgia. Private First Class Elliott Lot .Antrim !n. 1942Nntire '
IK hori'ln' irlvon that piinmnnttn I
Fears a citizen of Okeechobee tells Entered service in January 1941. son of Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Lott of Kit-lion" ti nl Clmi'ler H3M1, l.awiof I
of the recent promotion of his i, I St. Augustine, In Coast Artillery Pliirldii.:: Arts ini7:! known demrlbediniiil nil theIlirphv j 3j 1 .
\ Art the fullowlnn
eldest son. David Glenn McMillan ,l Private Roy Delmar Conerly son somewhere in the Atlantic war In Okeechobee "County. Klorliln.

to the rank of major In the regular of Mrs. J. W. Conerly Miami, formerly zone. Entered service In October nlll I". ffcred fur stile lit Mibllc ont I
and heft matt hid.miMwf .
c'rrur the Without
army. Olenn attended the Univer- of Okeechobee stationed at 1941. to the right of the Trunteet
sity of Florida from here Camp Welters Texas. He enteredthe of the Interim Improvement Fund treject .. ,
mud nil hid, at the Court r I I
ating in 1926. with the rank gradu-I United States Army In March Private First Class Earl Bond Holme. tiny nt 10 .\. \I. on the 1.| -III' / I't.) ..
ond lieutenant and has kept 1942. son of Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Bond of ot October. III!)1:1. KiiKoiiienl" fur r".t.l
rlirhl ..f wn.i :2ix' > feet tilde will Iw
interest and attended every summer In Field
Okeechobee Artillery, now reserved from Stir parcel through
encampment since his graduation: Private James W. Conerly, son of on maneuvers in South Carolina. which there ,In nn Miming Stale lloml.

and when he was called Into act- Mrs. J. W. Conerly Miami, formerly Entered service' August 1940.( Wright Lot 7.k S.I Km"i 0, mul' Aililllliui lit Block, n Sub I> ..f

ive duty from the ROTC he was of Okeechobee stationed with illvHIon of Ii\VV4 i'f SK': ort w

well equipped for his duty and his the United States Army in Iceland.He Private James B. Smith son of "'Trusts'of',..11011 l.Tp: The:I7 Internal II Kit :M:Improv-K: 0 il

promotion was rapid. He Is sta- entered service In August 1941. Mr. and Mrs. S. Smith of Oeecho- emene Finn of The State' of Elands
nor It. KAUI.EHSON Rime
tioned Headquarters Group E. D. bee with United States Marines at Agent Trusted I. 1. Fund.Okcochiilira .

T.. Fort Leonard Wood. Missouri. I Staff Sergeant Robert E. McLaughlin Paris Island, S. C., in Medical dimity. r'liirliln (

--V-- Jr. son of Mrs. R. E. Corps. Entered service In March I AIR O-
He who has not forgiven an en- McLaughlin of Okeechobee stationed 1942 IX Tim C1UCTIT COURT OP TUB'
:NINTH .11 DICIAL; CiRCUiT OP
emy has not yet tasted one of the with Medical Detachment, Let- Till11'1'1'1':: OK l FI.OHIHA IS .\\I. CONDITIONEDgdmp:1

most sublime enjoyments of lit eI.a .- I. terman Hospital San Francisco Private Cecil Johnson foremen of FOII uKloI'l'IWIlJoI'uDT: ; \' n.miMM.
rllA.VF.UV.CiiHe .
.
l l.N:
\;ater. California. Entered the United Parker Brothers ranch before entering No. i MM:

Forgiveness ought to be like a :!]l States Army In February 1941. II service with Tech School SI'KSSAIlli' : I.. IIOI.I.AM:' IJOVKU: : ., ,
HTATK: I'F Fi.uhtu.!
ill IF TUB
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canceled note torn In two and I I Squadron at Lowry Field Colo, \ .1 M. I.KK.: COMI'TltoLI.KIl UK t4.\ III\

burned up so that it can never be ;; Boatswain's Mate Second Class Entered service In May 1942. STATK:, J. EDWIN LAI1SON TKKArtrilKK -

shown against one.-H. W. Beecher.IIONOR Harold W. Wllkerson son of Mr. I II : :,110', ATTOIt.NKY HAIIi HTATK: :.liKNKKALOF ; :.1. :'lo.MWATSON Dependable Service

V I I and Mrs. R. H. Singletary of Ok- i Private Paul Wongrey, son of SAW R'l'A'1'E, Hint X.\'I JI.IA'O. .\
II CO.M.M1SS10XKU+ OF. kl.ltl Low Fares
ROLL | eechobee aboard the U. S. Battleship i
John Wongrey of Okeechobee, with VI t I'l'UK OF S.Uli SI'ATE HH .mil,
f -0Continued Nevada stationed somewhereIn I Technical School of United States mlltiitlnii! tin- TlirsTF.KH OK TIIKixmtNAi : .
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( from page: 1)) I the Pacific. Entered the United I I Army Air Corps at Kessler Field .' TIIK I. STATK iMi-fiovKME.XT(>F FI.OKIDA.} \ .'IollII. Travel via Florida Motor Line. MAIN LINE to all Florida

stationed at the Naval Air Stationat States Navy In April 1937. Miss. Entered service In April rlilllltln. .
I and the North.
Fla. Enlisted In the v
Opaloka
1942. .1. U. 1'I:" .ANE ASP ALICE' lUOVANKhi
United States Navy In December Sergeant: Major Douglas Casselsof I' aif... llofl'lllllllllH I Nerehb.v.1

1940. Okeechobee stationed with Private Matthew Wonjrey son of NOTICE TO Ari'F.AR lv.OKEECHOIEI . 5.40 AM' 2:10: PM'
;
"I'ATK OF. KI.OUII'A . 55'''
10IOAM '
'
Ar.IAMPA Costs Less thin Driving
Headquarters Squadron 11th Re- : John Wongrey of Okeechobee In To : J. It .lit'Viine. mid A'lii1. l Dr. A,. LAKELAND . 1:10: AM' 550 PMAr.
Sergeant Julian Morrison son of placement Depot of General MacArthur's I the United States \'mle. hi* wife, whose address II unknown ORLANDO . 1050 AIoot 7..5'1oot Oso a.vsd
Army Gunnery )IntenHi
and, t'> nil I'lirllc i-lnlmlnir A' JACKsONVILLI E 1:15: PM' II .5 ,loot W... Fels
Mrs. W. H. Russell of Okeechobee forces In Australia. Entered I School at Panama City Fla. I l by thruiivh under or nualiiti' TALLAHASSEE . .'.5'1oot 12.51AMAc.
stationed at Fort Bennlng Ga. He the Army in December 1941. I I, .1 U. lloVmie mid I Alice HeVillie.ili-vixen hill lAKE CITY . 2:25: PM 1:10 AIoot MIAMI JACIUONVII.'U' S 2.10: S 3.0:
wife, or either in heirs 4.40 7.S
enlisted In the United States Army Corporal Jean Harvey Hamrlck Kiuiitivi, muiliriiei" *. creditor, trumed OKEECHOIEE . 4:4G': 10.5'1oot TAMPA 2.:10: ...11A'

In the summer. of. 1940. Andrew J. Potter, son of W. E. son of Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Ham- I I ..it r other iiimlimt clnlmiiiiti J. It. 10)oVuno. through mul" nuder Alice, JACKSONVILLE 1.45 AIoot 1:15: 11 loot LAKILAND ORLANDO ._ .. 2.10 1.0 ::1..1 4.301AllANASftt

Potter of Okeechobee aboard the rick of Okeechobee. stationed with I l>cVuii, ur either of them" whIt l. not DIRECT CONNECTIONS Af JACKSONYILII, fAilA 1.61 10.20
Private Virgil Sutton, son of Mrs. U. S. Battleship Washington. En- the United States Army Air Corps 1 """ II to lie ili-uil" or olive, mid nli MASSES AND LAKE cln' WITH OUrHOUND LINES LAlli CITY ..U 7.1S
"union having ur I'liiliiilnit In hiivt ir.i) FOR AU POINTS NORTH AND WIST ATLANTA. '.U 1.OS
Claudia Sutton of Okeechobee sta- listed in November 1941. I I at Bradley Field Windsor Locks, '1Ilht.I tlI l..r interest In the properOlu .i S MACON 7.1S 12.00Seurhb.endOel.s
I II
tioned with the United States Army Connecticut. Entered service in December '1'111 ilcucrllied.. ordered. that the knowniiiirllii I, VALDOITA '.U LaS
somewhere In the Pacific. He enlisted Private First Class George Reich-I I 1941. I It In hiTi'hy mid the unknown. purlieu pre lv. OKEECHOIEI . 4:411'''' 10.5'M: IIRMINOHAM '.'0 17.10
MIAMI . .:50't.! 2:10 AM OIlLlANI 11.20 20.20
A' NEW
of Itle their xpp'Irx"ee| III "
In the Army In March 1941 ert son of Henry H. Reichert iMiiilred to |
I I lluif In Oil* court on I 1'.01 :12.10
Okeechobee, stationed with the Infantry Private Theodore Sloan son of Inuliovc.. i, ', .. iirur"|h" 1t<,') illf ."t Hi-liti'llllMT., 1I.lv.I. N'W voaK CITY 16.00 :U."
of at Fort Bennlng Georgia. II l!)4i, the nature ..t wlili'h |iw- Lv. MIAMI . 10.00AM. 200AM
;
H. H (Sparky) Osteen son Mr. and Mrs. Bethel Sloan of A.J.
I U the fnrwlomire of n inort- Ar. OKEECHOBE . 2:10 PM. 1:40: AM
Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Osteen now of Entered the Army In March 1941. Okeechobee with the United States cw-ding oii the wild mil estate dewrllivi -
gage nl"| I
Fort Pierce but former residents of I Army Air Corps at Denver, Colo- I HII follow, tii-wit :
inviiiiili-r ,'or.I NIX STANDARD OIL SERVICE STATION
the llnui-oi-k T. H. Agent
United States Charles Raymond Harden son of Kroiu ,
Okeechobee with the rado. Entered service In October I iii-r on Kii: .t Hue of Hw-tlon 5
Air Corps, Foster Field Texas. En- the late Jesse F. Harden of Okee- 1941. 1'uWII.h\1\ !W Houth. llmiite 3\: Eliot.

tered service In August 1941. chobee In the United States Navy mi Hi'iiih Weit tlili'.on. mid of Mi'U-iiilon nlonit linn 1'olntTull I I tti

.5. aboard the U S. S. O'Bannon. He Pivate Wilford Sloan, son of Mr. "me.li-r II,.Mm fwt to liolut of

Private James V. Cousart son of entered the service In October and Mrs. Bethel Sloan of Okeecho- livtfliiiitiitf.HI W".t.Thi'lire 41.1 North feet. 0 Went doKIWI I

the late Jas B. Cousart and Mrs. 1941 bee, with Communication Regiment :IKHI fii't. South II llfgree 1l>' K .tMis.3 '

Marion V. Cousart of Okeechobee, I United States Army Air Corps Orlando : Tlli'lii-e feet to noulh Ilniu'oi'fc' M ili'tiri-en' mmiiiderIllli (IIIF.HHt. .

stationed with Medical Corps at Private 0. E. Kllpatrlck on of Florida. Entered service In : IIS.VJ: fift. Kimt :3f..7 fet to en .rew r

Camp McCoy, Miss. Enlisted In the the late Mr and Mrs. D. R. Kilt 1 February 1942. 432 iniltit icrei of tuora lii'kilnnlni or |1"1.. roiiliilulnu All\ ly lug f

Army In April 1942.: patrick of Bassinger stationed with mid lii'lnir In Hwllon A. Towimhlii\

j'I'the, Para c1hu be InXanltry at Fort Thllmore Sloan son of Mr. and :IH Hoiith. UHIIIIII, Htm,:M: of KiiKt.: Florlilii.I.UXK County\ litokei'Mioliw /"'. 0

Corporal Ray Bass, son of Mrs. Bragg N. C Entered service in Mrs Bethel Sloan of Okeechobee, .ANI: 1I\l11\ :II.\: ) HI ilKwilmIn -
Angle Bass of Okeechobee. In Coast January 1942. .... OlcMi-hi.liec Comity, Florida) ., thin
with the United States at 'II .
Navy A. n.
1 the :rolh du, "r J"ly.
Artillery stationed at Camp Davis, ROY n. RAUi.ERSON 1
Norfolk Va. Entered service in
N. C. Enlisted In the service In Monroe Rogers, son of Mr. and Clerk Circuit Court.

January 1942.Sergeant Mrs. J. R Rogers of Okeechobee, I'i 1 April 1942. Deputy Ry Hn|>broiilii flurk.Ueputv I.ell. / a
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1 stationed with the United States Clerk

Lawrence Arrlngton Army in Texas. Entered service In Private William R. Vanbrunt (Circuit Court tleai)



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of their truck in picking up Junk uf f all kinds on TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 8, andit i

will call at every Home during the day. --- Every one who has old Iron Steel

I Aluminum or Metal of Any Kind, is asked to II

place it out in front. .

. All, profits made will be donated to the '

Okeechobee County Home Defense Council. I II

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helps guns,

tanks: ships for our fight"ing rr, .

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; t On old radiator will provideicrap APjN.I I 3FRJD.Y
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A. FULFORD L. F. SCHARFSWERDT EDDIE BASS GILBERT CULBRETH I
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H. H. RAULERSON ROY RAULERSON
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I W. R. PAGE' C. H. PARKERSON
ALMA CROSS B. E. INGRAHAM f '
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:" forgive because he knows the full CN THE OFFEM'IVS BICYCLESWe
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I Christ Jesus" the subject of' value of time and will not sufler It

Local HappeningsEDITORIAL he lei,on-sermon which will\ be'ad I! to pass way in unnecessary pain. !

''a Chur 'hes of ChrUi Scient- I -Rambler. 'EtICA! have a large stock of

1st, througliou' the world on Sun-i ---V
both the New
I day August 30.less0nscrmon. The charities that soothe and Victory

TELEPHONE NUMBER SO : T"v includes the heal, and bless lie scattered at the Wart ara won by attacking, not by Bicycles and regular mod

__ I IMis I following passage from the Christ- feet of men like floweis. Words- lifting; In a fortl els. Go to your local rationing .
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in Science textbook, "Sclcnpe: and worth. And today America It taking tha

Marguerite Bass spent several Mrs. Earl Bond i U spending this Health with Key to the Scriptures V-- _." --- of'niiva against: the Ail with I board, secure a

days of this week In MiamI.0 week In Georgia with her husbandwho :.j Mary Baker Eddy : "The word Judge not without knowledge hard.r.and m.l.ri.111 hling. non.itoppablt man I certificate and we will be

has just returned to Port Ben- I.h'lst is not pupwly a synonym nor without necessity and never V''ra f"nj tht offensive, too I glad to fill your needs.

Mrs. S. D. Platt is spending some mug aimy camp after spending .01 .icsns/ th 'Ugh It is commcr.lv so without charity.-Dr. Alex. Whythe. e-jmot the enomy at homt-tht I

time In Wauchula where she Is visiting ,eveial weeks with the' army In used. Chrlfit! expresses Ood's splr- .-v- In laitoiufy 6"S eo'jiin: that blow

her mother. Nor It Carolina while on maneu- ual eternal nn uThe name Is Wl'ere the motlv: to do right exists p 'cot ilsy h 'i. I HUMPHRIESTIRE

-0- vers. I i' '- :''ibmous with Messiah, and alludes and the majority of one s acts You can hj p In both flghtt by & RETREADING

Phil Cason returned to his home --0-- : ] to the spirituality which is are right we should avoid referrlnj "\'in'l at l IU'I j 10% ol your monty COMPANYSouth
In U. S. V/ar C'd ,
day.
here this week after spending several Mrs. F. F. Burr. who was oper- :: la'. 'lit, Ululated and demonstrated to past mistakes. Mary Baker Al'tck the A''' wi.h: aver/your pay dollars ,

months at Manning 3. C. ated on In a Miami hospital two in the life of which Christ Eddy. today. I
Dixie Highway Phone 139
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-0- eeks! ago, has so far recovered as ,, ,us w.is the embodiment" (Ip. 333 : ---vTry -- You eon itirt wih: ai Huh ti a

Miss Sylvia Bass of Clewlston to be able to leave the hospital. 1 I -4 !0-131.) to do to others as you would (100 War So. mi and you can gjt Ft. Piece

spent the week end In Okeephobeewith Xij'iied' t ) return to her ---- -V have them do to you and d() not a $2 .O' War Cord (maturity,

her sister. Miss Alice Bass.0 ome Iwe some time within about be discouraged If they fall some- valut) for only $13.75-.1 your '- -- -- -
I local post oTct, baitk" or oluer
a week. i 'I'!: Ten per cent of your l'IClIn" limes.-Dickens.! cOflvinir4t'hi a' tncy.i Waited money N wasted

Mr. and Mrs. L. J, Knight were'visitors : -0- In War nfl-d'< will ht Ip i,, -v---- K n \ f1,in Ito''/ lives Don't waste preclou.

who spent the weekend In I CASH-for your Used Car any I build f'!" i)1-M". fl-iJ) tank* It will be found that he who is I Ihfi. Every dollar you CM

Okeechobee with friends and rela :make Write or call OkeechobeeNews 11 thai wi'l;: ?> TP c1' fc : or tnt most charitable in his Judgment is A little thought and a little kindness r spare should be used to buy

tives. lor :ir : i I's: are often worth more than a War Bonds.
office, Phone 80. I pi generally the least unjust.&>uthAU : Buy your lea
deal Ruskln i
treat ol money.- .
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Mr. and Mrs W. I. Lawson of -" -

Clewlston spent Saturday and Sun- : ELECTION'


friends day here visiting relatives and _' OF .


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Basil Bowden left Wednesday for WRMAft fte ttftMftCvJf *f ttttndu far the tumrtment ot slnktrt twa > me hereafter owned need tar sac* PVed bi offlc* Secretary of lute! 'the territory embraced MM
UN Cotutltutlon ol 1$M, ol &1>. said Board may us* the sinking funds purposes by ta State of Florida shall Juo 12. 1941 'aald Election Precincts .
Clewlston where he will be employed uto at! Florida, cud pua B Joint created for aald bond of any county 1M veiled In a Commission to b* to 82. inclusive, and to 32. lnclualV
by the Embry-Riddle Flying Vvnluttooa propound UD..UMnU to or special road and brIdle district or mown a* the Game and Fresh Water A JOINT USOLUTIOM Proposing and except such 2 ot Election P a-
... OooatltuUOB tii* ata. of Hotto other unIt hereunder, to purchase the Flab ConunlMlon Such Commission aa amendment to Article 1, Section 3. olncta M M and a*
School. UK MM Mm* war MtMd to M matured er suturing bonds participating shall consist of five" members one of the Constitution OIlbe Stat OIl east numb Short f .
a ,*. of ttorw-nftha of lID the nunken herein of any other county or from each congressional district aa Florida. Relative to Census and Apportionment o t"eet o I
laetad *o Meb DOUM Chat Leo Greenburger returned Wed- otn OB mid Joint Rnolntlona wen or other special taxing district thereof 1M appointed by the Governor' subject of said Article so as to Designate of the said...01-
nesday from New York where he amttmd upon theIr rapcotl 'OUT1Ial8 provided that as to said matured to confirmation by the Senate The Broward County a* a Senatorial District Districts shall cmpr. t terlt
...
bonds the value thereof .. Investment members so appointed shall annually on ApI&
with the TOM and Daft thereon and an and designate Calhoun Oounty .hle
has spent the past ten days on I **** d14 determine and direct that than be the price paid thereto select one of their members aa Chairman and Quit County at a Senatorial District. embrc In Commissioners' "F"
business Mi. amid Joint Resolution be rabBtlttMt which than not exceed the par value of the Commission trict described In Book
of the Minutia of the County Com
to the xlMtora of the State at >tua accrued Interest and that said 2. The first member ol the Commission BB TT RESOLVED BT THE LEGISLATURE 194
of said County at page
-0- Investment snail, bear Interest at the mlalone.
trio General Boctloo ta November shall be appointed on January OF THE STATE OP FLORIDA embracedIn
rat. of three (}) per cent annum teq pt the tM'ltO
ma per l. 1943 and shall serve respectivelyfor
Mrs. Hllllard
Mr. and Ernest are That the following amendment to the aforesaid Precinct
now TJTTRFPORB IRA BRAT let The said Board than annually one two three four and five Section 3 of Article 7 of the ConstitutiOn numbered 24 and 29.E.etlon of
the parents of an eight pound bab\ jKTMnrv of Stats of the 't"te ofFlorida. use tald funds In each county account years At the expiration of each of of the State of Florida relative Precinct .1..h pt lies

boy bora at Dr. Martin's hospital I' do hereby five nottet that t first to pay current principaland such terms a successor shall be appointed to Census and apportionment E@Otlol the ..... numb ot BUciyn
Interest maturing If any of said to ten for 5 term of five designating! Broward County aa the o 'or.
two weeks ago. GENERAL ELECTION bonds and gasoline or other fuel tax rearsI thirty-ninth (39) Senatorial District BayThe
0Albert I Florid anticipation certificate of such county The member of the Commission and Calhoun County and Gulf County County Commissioners whoshall
Hit to held! tn each oountv In be elected In Dade County the
on Tueadav rent succeeding the first or special road" and brldga district shall receive no compensation for their .. the fortieth (40) Senatorial District I .
Berka has accepted a position Montlav in November a. D 1942. UI.a1d or other special] teems services as tuch. but each Commissioner be and the same Is hereby 'l1'"d0.. general election In 1942 shall office
for the of two
with the Embry-Riddle FlyIng Tuesday being the district thereof: second to eatabIsh shall receive his necessary traveling and shall b* submitted to the electorsof t.r years fo
been
which they shall have
a Unking funr account to meet elec
or other expenses Incurred while the State of Florida for ratificationor
School at Clewlston and left THIRD DAT OF NOVEMBER future requirements of said bonds and engaged In the discharge of his Official rejection at the General Election and their terms of office )
gasoline or other fuel tax anticipation duties but such shall not exceed be held on the first Tuesday after the be affected bv this amendment: but
Monday for that place.0 for the ratification or rejection of the certificate thereafter there shall be In each of
where It appears the anticipated the sum of MOO 00 In any one first Monday In November. 1942 *>
nil Joint R M>lutlona propoalnt Income for any rear or years 'year follows: the Districts established by and In
amend menu to tba Constitution of will not equal scheduled payments I pursuance of. this amendment a
Mrs. Angle Bass returned yester- the State of Florida 'alL: thereon: and thIrd. any remaining balance 4 Among the powers granted to the Section 3 The Legislature that shall: County Commissioner who shall reside
I RESOLUTION of Commission by this Section shall be meet In regular session A. D. 1925 and In his District but who be nominated .
day afternoon from Tampa where A JOINT Propoalnt out the proceeda of said t..nI2cl Ihal
the the power to fix bag limits and to fixopen those that shall meet every ten venrp and elected from Count at
an Amendment to Article DC 01 cents of said taxes shall monthlv
she has spent the summer with her Constitution of the State of Florida during the year be remitted by tald and closed seasons, on a statewide thereafter shall apportion the representation Large Every County Commissioner of
I board regional! or local basis, as It may I tn the Senate and ahsliProvIde fade County who shall be elected at
Relating to Taxation and Finance by as followsElcrhtv (80%) nor
daughter Mrs. R. J. Hilton.
Find to be and ) Senatorial District
appropriate to regulatethe for forty (40) the general 1944 and thereafter
Adding Thereto an Additional Section cent to the State Road Department for
-0- the manner and method of taking such Districts to be as penn shall for a term of
Creating a State Board of Administration construction or reconstruction ofStat b1'1r.
transporting storing and ufllno. birds equal In population! as practicablebut four .w.r. duties and
Powera and Rolld and bridges within thecounty Tears
The local of O. E. S. : Prewrtblnn Ita
chapter Tamo, fur bearing animals fresh water no County shall be divided In .h Count Commissioner .
Duties and Providing for the uae ofProceed or for the lease or purchaseof
honored the birthday of their of Two Cents per Gallon of brldM connecting State h1ghw\v fish reptiles and amnhlblnn. TheComml..lon making such apportionment and shall be I from time to
shall also have the each District shall have Senator
one .
powerto .
time provided bv
Other Motor Fuel Tai within the County and twenty ISO1*)
the Oaaollne!
I or
founder Robert Morris with a by purchase Rift Broward County Florida
acquire all prop provided that -
Annrived bv the Governor May
for (1) the Payment and Retirementof per cent to the Board ol County Com 2
erty necessary useful or convenient shall constitute the Thlrtv-nmth
covered dish luncheon Wednesday Bond Isnued By mlMloners of such fOT11!. on 1941
Ml Outstanding county
for the use of the Commission In the 39th> Senatorial District and CM-
Filed In office Secty of State. May
night at the Masonic Hall. I Any County or Special Road and oads and bridges therein.d exercise of Its powers hereunder houn County Florida and Gulf Coin 28 1941A
Bridge District Prior to First Day of < Said Board rmll hare the
1TIle tv. Florida shall constitute' the Fortieth
Commission shall appointfix
-0- July A. D 1931. for Road and Bridge nower to make and enforce all rule' (40) Senatorial District: and a'l
the salary of. and at
pleasure remove -
Mrs. F. E. Dasher and daughter I Purposes and for (2) Public Highway and regulations necessary to the full a suitable oerson. as Director the same time the Legislature hft1l 1! JOINT RESOtUTION Proposing
Purposn.BI exercise of hereby granted Amendment to Section 1 of ArticleX
the powers also apportion representation In nn
and such Director shall have such
June and Sandra have returned to I IT RESOLVED BT THE LW1I8IATURB and no legislation cheSt be required to powers and duties as mav be prescribed rhe House of Representatives and o the Constitution of Florida .
their home In Lakeland after OF THE STATE OP FLORIDA. render this amendment of full force by the Commission' In pursuance of shall allow' three (I3C Representative Intln' tn Homestead and Exemption
spend-I That the following amendment to and operating effect from and after Its duties under this Section Such to each of the five most popiitowcounties to Permi the Wages Salary orIncome
big some time here with Article LX of the Constitution of the January let 113 The LeeMaturehall Director shall subject to the .approval and two llRnnresenjitlvM\ source What.o.ve
Mrs. J. C. Platt and family. tst. of Florida relating to Taxation continue the levies of said taxes of the Commission appoint fix the to each of the next eighteen more Due to any Person the Head of a Family
and Finance by adding thereto an additional durln the life of this Amendment salaries. of. and at pleasure. remove nopulous] roi'ntles. and one Represen"stive as Provided Therein to be the
-0- I section to be known aa Sec- end shall not enact any law harms assistants and other employeeS who to each of the remaining counties Sublect of Garnishment to the Extent
J. Walston Dave Woo Ie of maid Article IX creating a the effect of withdrawing, the proceeds shall have such powers and duties as ft the State at the time of suchspnorttonment of not more than 21% thereof In
Mrs. W Mrs.
State Board of Administration: prescribing of said two (2.., cents of said tax... may be assumed to them by the Commission Should the LeiMilatur"1 the ('nlrr" of this State as May be
Evans and Mrs. Ed Hargraves have Its powers and duties and from the operation of this amendment or the Director No Commissioner fall to apportion the representation In ,. Law for the payment of
returned to their homes here after providing' for the us of the proceed The Board shall nnv refundln shall be eligible for any such the Senate and In the House of Rn.respntntlves ( anT Obligations A.rl.'n) bv Express n
of two cento per gallon of the gasoline expenses and other expenses for "" ", appointment or employment at any regular session of Imnl'ed Contract Srnaeojuent to *
spending seveal days with relatives or other motor fuel tax for (1) the tree rendered specifically for 01' which 4 Tht funds resulting from the he r..I..tu. at anv of the time Adoption of this Amendment: and
payment and retirement of all out- are properly chargeable to the account operation of the Commission and from ., d. It shall be the duty Further Providing' Exemptions!: theretoIn
and friends at Bowling Oreen.0 etandlng bonda Inued. by any counts of any county from funds distributed the admlnlstntlon of the laws and "if the Legislature or Legislatures auc"eertlne Cases of Income of Teas. than
-0- I or special road" and bridge district to ,eh county; but feneral expenses filiations pertaining to birds. game such retnilar session of the Twenty-five Dollars per Wp.1 Fxccptus
prior to the Pint Day of July A. D of the Board for services rendered all fur bearing animals fresh. water fish 'enl.lature, either In Ineclal or Reiniar to Necess'ties of Life May be
L. Barber left Sunday for I 1931 for mad and bridge purposes the counties alike shell be prorat dmons reptiles and amphibians together with session to apportion the r."'' TVfined 5 v the L III.tatur
Ocala where he has been transferred and for (2) public highway purpose ; them and nail out of said '*ny other funds sneclflcallv providedfor -,nt Mon In the Senate and In the BE IT RESOLVED BY THE IPOTS-
I Is hereby agreed, to and thrill be sub 'undi on the same basis .auld tax pro such purpose shall constitute the House of Representatives as herein I ATtIRE OF THE STATE OP FLORIDA:
by the United States En- i mitted to the electors of rhe State of "eed. are rllntrlbuted amon the levr ltaf Genie Fund and shall be used "OVlrted The preced'n" regular Ferl That the foln"1 amendment to Sec
gin eel's. Mrs. Barber and Donald. I Florida for ratification or rejection at ..1 counties" provided' report of bv the Commission as It shall deem "'.1 or regular' Pests C.nsus which tion I of the Constitution
the DOlt General Election to be held 1ild expenses shall be made to eachBtvnilar fit in carrying out the provisions "'.ef shntl have been taken nearest of Florida authorizing the garnishment
Mike and Betty, left Tuesday to In 1942. aa follows: B..slon of the Iet!.!atureind hereof and for no other purpose The mv apportionment of P'"rponotl" of any wares salary or income
join him. I "Section 16 la). Tbat beginning the Ie..t.lsture may limit the exien Commission may not obligate Itself ''1 tti* Senate and In Cbs Hnnse due any person who Is the bend of a
I January 1st. 1943. and for fifty (:Mlyears ) ..M of the pn.d" "nevond the current resources of _hStnte rjpnresentatlves shall "0"'-' 'in rrm* family ss provided therein Cr,' the extent
-0- thereafter the proceeds of two Anproved by the Governor May 13 flame Fur" unl s. stvlflcallv"O 'ig such apportionment Tn the eve"Cli of W"r thereof be and the earn
IM1. authorised hv the Legislature, T 1slature' shnll Ml to wipror ii forobv a"T""d tn and he rubiftiH .
:Mrs.: A. H Evans of Stuart has ))2c) cents per gallon of the total tax TA ,. .h,1
Ion the renresentntlor in the tr$1'- <-/ > if atste lath
of Stat. Max 7 The gisloture' may enact any nr
levied by the State law upon gasoline Filed rn office Sect
returned to home there after 'irure renulr hv this i">ni1ment'VIK of R.nr..nto.
her and other like products of petroleum. 13. 1941 'ifl'vs in aid of but not Inconsistent as Oeneral Flection
with. the nrovls'ons of this amendment rv-ernor shin (within thirty" nine: fives In 1942 for their approval' or relection -
spending the first part of the week BOW known other aa the fuel.1Ied Second to Das propel Tax and all exl'tln' laws Inconsistent ,'t_. the ., !"", of the reml-v : thnt Is to say that Section 1

In Okeechobee with tier parents and motor upo.vehicles shall as collected be JOINT RESO1CTION Proposing herewith shall no Inniwr remain .".sor ) earl the. *< l.lnturai tocet w of Article, X be amended bv adding
\mendment to the .>titutton oft ,In force and effect All laws flame '" ext-'MTiftrv! session to ronslrlr '\t" the following' Section:
Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Walker and placed Distribution monthly Fund'In In the the 'State State Treasury Roads ,. State of Florida to be known as penalties for the vlo'ntlon of th. nrn.visions '., mi"Mon of reanonrtlonment tint Section 1-A That the salary.'

other relatives. and divided Into three ((3) equal Section 3 of Article XVI]. Relating to of this amendment s"d elI low "ch exti-nnrrllnnrv session, of the feitftiM wary. and Income from any Sourc*

---. .. .- -- parts which shall be distributed Amendment Imooelng license tares shall he enacted .- is beech mntiHstofMv r*'",'1r'"ir whatsoever due and owing. nr t/ become .
monthly among the several counties BB IT RESOLVED BT THE LEGISLATURE by the Legislature from time .''noi-tinn the vcnrAntstio" a- due and owing to any .person
aa follows: OP THE STATE OF FLORIDA to time I -crnilfd. hv this ameprtwient bpfof who is the head of a family residing
That the following Amendment to nnroved bv the OorcrtinT Mav 9 '. .. .-nmpnt fltrl such e.yrsnuli.. In this' State shall be th.Ibl.....' of
One part according to area. one part XVII -rv ."..I"n so called for rs"pnnrtfop
be known as Section 3 01 Article -nrn'shment In the courts of this
Gilbert Theatre according to POPulation. and one part 1011"M .nt .u not he "I'mUsfl to empire a*
Constitution be and ,
of the present In office Secty ot State M "tnte as mav be provided by law to
I according to the counties contributions of tventv rt*"" or nt ell tintI'.nsnnturtinnmbn
the same la hereby agreed, to shall be S 1941 pn the extent of not more than 21% of
.
to the coat ol State road construction to .f.tpr! sM "
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submitted 10 the elector. of the State such salary' wages and Income fv
OKEECHOBEE I In the ratio of distribution at the general election of Representatives -.*.sine's nther than such the payment of inv obligations arising' ,
as orovlded In Chapter 15659. Laws ol to be held In the year A. D. 1942 A rom RESOLUTION Proposlntin ->**f tnnrn"nf"proved S bv express or Implied contract tubsequent -
Florida Acts ot 1931. and for the purposes to-wit: Amen'1 .">nt W I\r.t.l| l Five of the by the Governor June 1"Ml. to the adoption of thisamendment
of the apportionment based onthe ?onstltuf '0 of Florida bv Addina ,
I provided that
the Section 1 It at any regular, or tpe howl.r
counties' contributions for Rein
clal extra session the Legislature thereto an Jdltlonal Section Filed In office of Secretary of the Legislature shall not extend the
I cost of State road construction the or ng to th. Blectlon! of Circuit l'rlve.BE I Stat ri!-ht of ffnrnlshment herein nnvMod >.
by vote of three-fourths 01 all members tine 9 1941 t
FRIDAY & SATURDAYBARRY amount of the contributions established elected to each House shall de. IT RESOLVED BT THE LEO18.TTJRlt where the salary Ics 00 or lens
by the certificates made In 1931 termine that an emergency requiring ')F THE STATE OF FLORIDA per week except to necessities of life
pursuant to said Chapter 15859 snail an early decision by the electors of the That Article t of the Constitution nl A JOINT RESOLUTION Prowslng, ss from time to time be d.floe
WOODin I be taken and deemed conclusive In. Stat exists an amendment to this the State ot Florida be amended bv in Amennt to Art'de' VII M the hv Te-ls1atureapproved
computing the monthly amounts distributable Constitution dealing with UK subject adding thereto an additional Sectionto Constitution of the State Florida by the Governor June 11.
according to said contributions I matter of such emergency may be proposed be known as Section 46 of said Relating to County and Municipal 1941 .
Such funds so distributed shall and If the proposed Amendmentbe Article relating to the Election of Clr- Onyernment. F,"** In o'flce Secty of State leI
DEATH VALLEY I be administered by the State Board 01 agreed to by a three-fourths Tot :suit Judge be. and the tame is hereby lP IT ENACTFD BT THE LFOI3- 1941.A .
I Administration aa hereinafter pro of all the members elected to each agreed, to and shall be submitted to t.A.T' OF THB STATE OF FLORTPH
OUTLAWSand vided.fe Rouse the same shall be entered upon the electors of the State of Floridafor following amendment to Art
I < ) The Governor as Chairman the their respective Journals with the 'yeas ratification or refection at the le Vt of the Constitution of th' JOINT RESOtrtTTON Pronoatna.
State Treasurer and the State Comptroller and nave thereon Thereupon at the Oenerai Fectlon to be held on the Florida relating to Count the Amendment of Section 16 of Artlle _
I chill constitute a body corporate same session the Legislature shall provide first Tuesday after the first Monday'n and Municipal Government to be XVI of the Constitution of Pl.r-
be known M the 'Statt for a special election to be held November 1942 as follows' numbered Seclton 11 of sId Article Ida Relating' to Taxation of Prnnertv
GENE TIERNEYIn I Board 011' Administration which Board not 1 less than ninety nor more than I "Section 48 Circuit Judges shall VIM be and the same Is agreed of Cornoratlona with Certain Fxemplions -
Shall succeed to all the power control one hundred eighty days after adjournment nerenfter be elected bY the qualified to and shall be submitted to the eletOI for Rellirloua Scientific MimlH.
I and authority ot the statutory Board and for publication of electors of their respective Judicial of the Stat for pal Educational Literacy l.terD&
01 Administration Said Board shall notice thereof at which special election Ircutts as other State and County tl"n at the next general electionto nr Charitable PurpoeeaBF
bare In addition to ruch powers aa the proposed be ifftclnls are elected be held, In November 194. to-wlf IT RFSWVFD BT T t FOT3L -
TOBACCO ROADAlso
may be conferred upon It by law tba submitted to the electors mfntth-a State The first election ot Circuit Judge Section 11 The Commissioners TPE!: OP THF STVTF ( ORTD\:
management control and supervision for approval. or rejection: provided thall be beld at tbe General Election of Dade County who shIl b Section 1 That the f"lIn.'nl'
: News and Musical Novelty of the proceeds ot said two (Sol cents that If a general election of Representatives in 1948 to take office on the first elected at the general election amendment to Section 18 A.rl.l.
of aald SIsal and all moneys and other I* to occur within tald period Tuesday after the first Monday In Immediately the beginning 3TVT of the <"on.tltutlon of the St8t
SIesta which on the effective' dote of ohal at. of Florida ,
such Amendment thai) be submittedto January. 1949. for a term of six years terms of. redlstrlct relatln to taxation
this amendment are applicable or may the electon at such general election. The terms of all such office .. they Dade County Into Com property of corporation with eert lnexemption
become applicable to the bonds of the shall severally exist at Use time of missioners' Districts to be u'm for relleloiia. nrlentlfle mu
SUNDAY & MONDAYDON several counties of this State or any ntMnM educational] literary fraternalor
If a majority ot the electors voting adoption of this Amendment shall be bv the said Cmm\lnne. onto
special road and bridge district or upon the proposed Amendment ahall and they are hereby extended to terminate five the charitable miroonm be and the
BARRYIn other special taxing district thereof adopt the Amendment. the tame shall on the first Tuesday after the boundaries of such Districts In such name In hereby agreed to and chaR
homed prior to July 1st. 1931. for road become part ot this Constitution first Monday In January 1949" manner as to Include within the respective "A .lhm'tpr! tO the elector of the
and bridge 'purposes. Th wordBonds" This Amendment shall not be held to Approved by the Governor June 12. Districts territory as folinwEOne "n'da tn ratification orr
aa used herein shall Include supersede ', 'n anywise offer snv 'of the said Commissioners' Districts .l<>cto! general election
hondu time warrant" nnt. anrt otherforms existing provision ol the Constitution 1941Filed In office of Secretary of Stat ."al comprise the territorywhich tn be betel In 1042' that I. to REMEMBERPEARL ot indebtedness itemed for road relating to Amendments but shall be june 13. 1941 on the 1st day of Atl acid Section 1f of Article XVT '
and bridge purpose* by any county or regarded as an additional method 1941. embraced within Election 'he Constitution the State of Po-
HARBOR special road and bridge district or Amendment thereto clncts numbered 24 13 mcMi."" '' be amended to rad
t
R iLtmON Proposing
out- JOINT
district A
other
special taxing by the Governor' stay S and also such Dam Election Pro follows'"Section4
Aisu: IAUf LIIuOfl J Late 'llh landing on July 1st. 1931. or any refundlnt 1t141.Approved an Amend man Article Sixteen of cupola numbered 10 M 00 and 61 asMe 18 The oronertv til

Issue thereof Said Board Piled U office Secty of StaU. May a the Oonstttutitiu II Florida. or adding east the western shore of Bisgavne corpora Honn eicent the rt a
hall have' the Statutory powers orlloard.I thereto an additional Section Permitting I : M established by a resolution I I 'corporation which hall "". : tKhlo
of County Commissioners and )J941 the Legislature to vest lbs Powersof : Count Commissionersof j,
or barge canal] acrow the
Bond and of other making Rule and Regulation Relating "nlf"la
Trustee any said adopted November 14 of Florida If the ,
Coming : Authority of special road and bridge A JOINT RESOLTJTTOrl Proposing to the Conservation of Salt toil designated as Resolution HOjell' Le..latu.
flhould *o enact whether
Amendment to Article lof the Salt Water Products hp.tnf"
districts and other special taxing districts an Water Fish and
thereof with regard to said Constitution of the Stat ot Florida in a Board or Commission Another of the saM Districts shall or h.p.flr Incorporated .h..1 -
Captains of the Clouds bonds that th. to levy B eliTe to the Executive Department |Sect t tttatlon Ititleas 'l property
except power BB IT RESOLVED: BT THE LEGISLATURE comprise the territory and only the I he and the extent of lit
l Meet John DoeI ad valorem taxe la expressly withheld by Adding thereto an Additional Section : OP TEE STATS: OF FLORIDA territory which was on the let dav 'least .- bdth 'P for reliclona.ev'ientifh .
from said board) and shall take over to Create a Jams and FreshWater That Article Sixteen 01 the Constitution oft '941. embraced Commi I municipal "" literary
h
Wake UP Screaming &1II''''''', document and recorda Fish Commission of the Stat of Florida b* A.prl.District No 4 CovnmieaiOne' fraternal' or eharltahte 1..alnn.1 nor
Blues concerning the tame Said Board BE!: IT RESOLVED BT THE LEOTSLATDRB amended by adding thereto an additional District No 5 as described In fatff however thin amendment -
Navy
shall have tbe power from dm to OP THE STATE OF FLORIDA Section to be known aa Section Book ."F" of the of the County P.ldd affect the ,
Rise and Shine tim to tome refunding bonds to mature That the following Amendment to 32 of said Article IB authorising the Commissioners Mlnut County at Section 12 and 14 nf Article n.l.o."f
within the said fifty (90): year Article IV of the Constitution of the I
Legislature to vest lb.o..er of making ted
et IAnother
P. teq of
the Conntltiitlc/n of FloridaAnproved
for of said outstanding State of Florida relative' to the Executive ,
period any rules and regulation. relating to of the sail bv the .'une It.
Beginning Wednesday Sept. 16th bond* or Interest thereon and to me- Department by adding thereto an conservation of salt water fish and District Om1lon. 1541 C".mor
Sure them by pled of anticipated additional Section to b* known aa salt water products la a board or commission which .ha cmprtt day April
we will have receipt from rich gasoline or other Section 30 of said Article) !V. creating be and the same I* hereby 1941. W1 t. nrt n District Pled h Or Secretory of Stew.Sum. .
foal taxee to be distributed\ to such a Game and Fresh Water Fish Commission agreed to and shall be submitted to embr. Cmml.loner' "F" 1.
FREE SHOW NIGHTonce bounty a* herein provided bat not b* and the cam h beech. the electors of the state of Florida of the minute of, the County Commissioners Th* cent in complianCe with
each month. We will tell you M a greater rat ot Interest than saidbouda aimed tr and shall b* submitted ;'nr ratification or rejection at the of said County at page 19' said proponed amendmanta, and the10auaes
now bean and to issue tell or the Electors 01 the State 01 Florida General Election to be held on the et tea., and also all the territory decl.rtiO and return
more about It next week. .change on behalf of any county ortmlt for ratification or rejection at the first Tuesday after the first Monday wa on the first day of April 141 (thereof, to the IUIMremlattona
fat tne BOle Burpasw of retiring General Election! to be held on the la November" 1943. .. follows.&Ctton la Election num and reatrletlona u
MM bond lamed by cueS ooanty. or fires Tuesday after the tint MondayIn 32. TIN Legislature .mblC to Rl "In", established 'vided by law for .P
road) November 1942. M follows: yvest Ir I
HMOtal and brldm district trI by the aforesaid Resolution No10TT Ith* State of
such Board or Commission
Prom and after Jan- m
MtMT apeelal taxing dletrte thereof Section M 1
Not I I It43 the management restore- now created or that may be created : I TO VTHKBIOV. I
everybody with a dollar: _Itn. er other foal tax anticipation nary
.tnifleat bearing Inter*** at >ot thin onservatWo ana regulation of by It. authority to make and stabllb Another ot the said District d set my ba
to spar can shoot a fun am than three (I) per oaait per aadenatnlnattona the birds tarn*). for bearing aalmala, rule and regulation without reganj' ep t territory which .. 0 and affixed the ol Sea.
and freal fit*, of MM Stat 01 to uniformity of application relating of April. 1941. the But .
straight-but everybody can IIUCb ) and meat water emb o
} ._IIIberoI. to the conservation of salt water flab In Commissioner District SMI l *. thki
...... such Urns within the fifty Florida and the sxxrulsltkML R. Op .
shoot straight to the bank and and salt water product* described rn Book of & day ot A
5" SI 11M Beard esay sasat and esarsesman'. citohtsa. IDtW nl. A I.
boy War Bond. Buy your ::._._I. III.......... to _.l.laS .. eanctuartes. m- teserTMIo Approved' by tht Oovenor Jisste 12. of the Ooanty Oommtartontrs .A. ,

10% every par day. .e !.... w" ......wI 8M ii otIMr -', sow 1M1 Oounty M osMt tl 9ont ry, of I


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