The Okeechobee news
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Title: The Okeechobee news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The Okeechobee Publishers, Inc.
Place of Publication: Okeechobee Fla
Creation Date: September 4, 1942
Publication Date: -1992
Frequency: triweekly[<1989>-1992]
weekly[ former <1926-1945>]
semiweekly[ former <1981-1983>]
three times a week
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Okeechobee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Okeechobee County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Okeechobee -- Okeechobee
Coordinates: 27.241667 x -80.833056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 82, no. 91 (Sept. 13, 1992).
General Note: "The voice of the Everglades."
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 6, no. 24 (Jan. 8, 1926).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Volume 23.-Number 11 Okeechobee, Florida, Friday, September 4, 1942 Price Five Cents

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MEN' IN SERVICEEDITOR'S lesson-sermon"MAN1 is the which subject will be of read the SCHOOL OPENING MONDAY, SEPT. 7 his. Ashberry home here Smith Sunday passed evening awayat I MEN IN SERVICE

In Churches of Christ Scientist I September 30, at 8:50, due to a C

throughout the world on Sunday. t 4 rs stroke of paralysis
NOTE.-We are very Word has. been received that
anxious to have the name and address September 6, I I! Principal Williams. who has beenin I ,: :' 'm. E, DeVore dd: ;rlculti' Mr. Smith was born at Fort Private C. E. Kilpatrlck who is

Among the citations which comprise town for the past two weeks, :; s Drum, Florida October 18, 1871 stationed
of each boy from Okeeohobce: ; with the U S. Parachute
the lesson-sermon 1s the following I announces that school will open in I .u "ltathryn Glfford, Junior He has been a resident of Okee-
Is at
County who in the service of his Troops Fort Bragg North Carolina
country In order that this list may from the Bible: "Know ye Okeechobee next Monday. September I Mathematics I chobee for very many years is undergoing treatment in the
I 7th at nine o'clock. After Miss Hortense Ingersoll Music Mr. Smith leaves wife Ada
be complete, If you have not already that the Lord he Is God: It Is he a Walter Reed Hospital at Washington -
turned In the names of all that hath made us, and not we Monday the work will begin at 8:45: Miss Mrgaret Bailey, Librarian Smith; two sons Bert and Fred D. O.

of your relatives who are In the ourselves: we are his people, and I each school day. Mr. Carl Durraace, Social Studies.Mr. Smith; one daughter, Annie Smith; .
the sheep of his pasture" IPs. The faculty has been announced Harold. P. Moore, Commercial a sister. Mrs. Micheal Garrett;
Army Navy or Marines, please do 'I| A press dispatch to The NewsI
100;: ) as follows: Subjects three brothers Sylvester, Dave and I I I
so at once so that our list will be 3)V says Private Marlon Cleveland King
-- First Grade: Mrs. Enola Elledge / Mrs. Julia McMullen, Junior Eng- Vic smith.
complete. age 18 brother of Annie Ruth
Mrs. Maggie M. Williams lish. The funeral was held Mondaywith
I I Camp of Okeechobee, has arrivedat
Navy Recruiters To Second Grade: Mrs. Alma Burr Mrs. Martha G Conely, Senior Interment In the Okeechobee the
Albert Smith U. S. S. Kelauea. Infantry replacement centerat
Miss Raiford. cemetery.
somewhere on the Atlantic Son of Mary I Camp Wolters, Texas, to begin
Mattle Mc- Mrs. Helen C Strickland Social y i
Third Grade: Mrs. -- -- -
Mr. and Mrs Asberry Smith of Be In Okecchobee basic training as an Infantryman
Okeechobee. Enlisted in the Navy Cranle, Mrs. Dora Humphrey. I Studies. The Observer in the Army of the United States.

April 16, 1942. Fourth Grade: Mrs. Cola Rob- I Miss Eva L. Johnson, Senior He has .been assigned to duty witha

Till Noon Thursday ('rtsonriss Sarah Godard. I High English. By "Bill" Page batalllon stressing rifle training.
Fifth Grade: Miss Helen Wong- .
Mr. *
Fred Smith, In Service School at M. Williams, Supervising
Norfolk. Virginia Son of Mr. and re.'. Mrs. Louise Reid. Principal. LET'S GET IN THE SCR.I'I I Private First Class Herman K.
Sixth Grade: Miss Mae Year- How about It folks. Let's get
Mrs. Asberry Smith of Okeechobee. Watford, son of Mr. and Mrs. W.
Navy recruiters from the West Uood, Mrs Lucy Link, Assistant to | While the place of Senior Math- In the scrap. Our boys In every T Watford
has for
Entered service April 16, 1942. some time beenin
PRim Bench U S. Navy recruiting Principal ematics Is not filled. Mr. Williams section of the globe are doing the hospital at Fort Ben
substation will be in Okeechobee School states that he this their In and
High expects place scrapping a big way i '
Private Pete Leitner, somewhere Georgia, being treated for ,. .
_ until noon on the morning of Sept. Mi s Knthleen McCaitli, Home to> be filled before the hour of op- the need of more metals of all i
Son of trouble. is radio
overseas with infantry. and Herman a opera
10th 'Thursdays) for tcoaomlcs next kinds I Is
ulng Monday Increasing dally ,
Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Leitner of Okee- ator.
for enlistment !
to accept applications! The kind of old junk needed Is .
chobcB. Entered service January in the U. S. Navy and Naval go unlimited that there Is hardlya .1

9.. 1942. ., been Rosen selected The location but Information has not regarding vet- LET'S TAKE A WHACK AT HITLER of metal value.to be found that steel Is Iron not, i Gamp The Public Wolters Relations reports this office weele at

some Scrap I
Sergeant Huey Olenn Watford obtained from that Private Sydney Monroe Rogers
this be
radio operator at Fort Bragg North may Pitts. brass, copper, zinc, they can all son of Mrs. Mattie Rogers'of this
Postmaster Tom
Carolina. Son of Mr. and Mrs. W. Word has Just been received that city, has arrived at the Infantry
How about that old lawn '
T Watford. Enlisted October 29, all ratings in the "Seabees," the that has been laying around for I' replacement training center at
1S49. N a v v's Construction Regiments Camp Wolters, Texas, where he Is
1 have been reopened Many men of us have useless or unused \with that surplus or useless metal years? Old I taking basic. training aspan Infantryman -

Private First Class Herman K. will be Able to enlist! In the Naval stuff around the place. Some of stand in the way of giving it In wheel rims I in the Army of the

''Watford radio operator at Fort Reserve in ratings now open until It is pure junk and some of it may support of our boys, some of whom broken hovels, United States. He has been assigned -

Banning, Georgia. Son of Mr. and the quotas are filled.Surplus be useful some time, though its a are bound to make the supreme old bedsteads, w to duty with'a batallion

Mrs. W T. Watford. Enlisted -v- thousand-to-one chance that It will sacrifice far from home. worn out electric d stressing rifle training.
October 29 1940. not The place will look better if It's a small thing to do to help Irons and ,,vr: "' *

1 PropelsDistribution It Isn't cluttered up with such stuff, bring justice to the treacherous other electrical Mr and Mrs. J. H. Walker, Jr.,

Fred Borome, son of Mr and nci we can serve Uncle Sam by yellow-bellies who talked peace In equipment, All ,; have a letter from their son, John

MM. R. Borome, Sound Operator letting him have it. Washington while' bombing Pearl are valuable. H Walker, who Is in Australia,

Third Class Now stationed at Helps! Today a new fight is on In the Harbor. Look In the saying he is getting along fine,

Brooklvrv New York, 01a new Solomon Islands the only theatrer Russia has politely refused the Store room. fa likes It there is getting their let-

minesweeper and sub chaser. En- war where the United Nations of American ter.- and packages and there Is
help an army for rein-
listed in the Navy in May 1942 Entire Community have actually gained ground exceptin f01'cement. Reeling from staggerIng Clean out the barn or garage. plenty of news but little he can
1 Dig under the house, I know tell The letter was dated June 28
China. It Is altogether possible blows, and more to come they
Corporal John H. Walker son ea(h and every one of us can and received Sept. 3. John has
that Marines from say thev have enough men but do
Walker, Ho'i ho commodl'v distribution find a few pounds for the collector. since
H to
of :'11' and Mrs. J. County are In that fight. If not. need supplies. China has sufficient been promoted corporal
helps Okeerhobee county And remember, old scrap the ,
In program
Jr. mechanic ground crew leaving: States
1 'IT boys will have their turn, sometime man-power to drive the Japs back
United states Air farmers as well as undeipllvileged when worked over and mixed *
m the Army
some where. In the Army. 10 their islands if they had theI'herev.'lthal
Corps stationed somewhere in Aus- families was pointed out In a report !' with new metals makes for even i, Word comes that Fred Borome,
Navy and Marines the traveled \ to do It. The more
OctOber released by R. H. James, Miami better grades of Iron and steel and Mrs, isDow
tralia. Enlisted In Army In to the other side of the world materials we send to Russia and I son of Mr R. Borome
Area Supervisor for the Agri- '' If your fivejjy flft,.,. < ;
a minesweeper
1940 >n a new boat
( risk life .and limb in. mortal, China the the who will j
_. ... -'. I .3 T fewer uen sure enough
"v-- II cultural Marketing Administration. "I'rapI'ere to make ) and sub chaser operating out of
I combat If they were not doing It' be called from this county and the
Monroe Rogers, son of Mr. and Over $55300 worth of commodl- steel jackets to turn the tide of Brooklyn N. Y. Fred Is a Third
there, we would in time have to doIt ,:eater the number of them who
Mrs. J. R. Rogers of Okeechobee 'les which were distributed to 165 battle you would feel mighty Class Sound Operator
heie They are doing It for us. "ill return safe and sound.
stationed with the United States'' families during June 1942, represent proud of It I am sure Well perhaps I, V
Army In Texas. Entered service in additional farm markets created by So lets not let the remote possi- Hjtnv:: may not have much buti yours may be the extra

July 1941 the program. the report showed. oilltv that we may. In the far dis- i i \e all give a little the Scrap amount needed for just such an Making of Surgical

"Farm products often come to uiiK. tuture. find something to do H.ir.ist will be great in Okeechobee. emergency. But It will not win

Private Henry Prescott, son of market during season in such heavy -- -- --- ---- any wars laying around the yard
To Start
Mrs Martha Prescott of Basslnger: supply prices would be ruinous to deteriorating, hat Is certain Dressings
.tatloned with Infantry at Fort 'the farmers if the Agricultural Marketing WEDNESDAY/ SEP. 16 OUTSTANDING So get busy and have a house

Sill Oklahoma. Entered service in Administration did not stepIn and vard cleaning.! It won't hurt Tuesday MorningLittle

April 19U. and buy part of the crop." Mr. the looks of the old place to cleanup
i James explained. the scrap, today, tomorrow,

Andrew J. Potter, son of W. E. "The Department of Agriculturefeels and every day for the duration. Okeechobee County's rep

Potter of Okeechobea, aboard theU. that commodities thus obtained -- t Domer's :Machine: !Shop Is the utation for "getting things done"

S. Battleship Washington. Enlisted could not be put to better use County as usual is (triends in the armed forces are official collecting agency In Okee- has led to: Its being chosen as one

In November 1941. than in helping build health and iff to a wonderful start for its ,asked to donate appropriate boxes rhobee. Take It to :Mr. Domer of the fifty counties In Florida to

morale among our underprivileged September quota of War Bonds and lor this occasion. There Is no set tomorrow, Or better still, collectIt make surgical dressings for the U.

Lawrence Sellers, son of Mr. and and undernourished families Stamps. Although we did not pass rule as to contents of boxes They together In a nice pile In your S. Army. These dressings, made to

Mrs. E. O. Sellers of Okeechobee "Foods issued; to need families our quota the first day. as we did may contain home made cakes, yard and nave It for the collector rigid specifications of the Surgeon

aboard the U. S. S. Arkansas. En- In the county are purchased by .11 July and August total sales for anrlwlches. pies cookies salads, in who will be In your neighborhoodnext General of the army are to supple-

tered service In June 1941. AMA and turned over to the State September 1 were 3275. Our quo ,, fact Just good old home made Tuesday, Sept. 8. That Is ment those made by regular manu-

Department of Public! Welfare for ta for September has been set at "victuals", that111 tickle. the "Scrap Harvest Day" In Okeecho- facturers, whose plants are already

Private Ernest E. Raiford son of distribution.." $4100 and I am certain we will' palate. bee. The city truck will call on overtaxed; the dressings made by

Mr Susie RaUord of this city, y-- have It at least doubled before the' We art asking you ladles to keep you and collect whatever you volunteer workers are the same as

stationed with the 14th Repair month Is half over. Sales up to I this In mind and make arrangement have to give. The proceeds from those made professionally, and are

Squadron United States Army Defense Meeting noon Thursday as checked with | ;Accordingly. The boxes junk collected In this manner Inspected for the slightest flaw In

Air Corps, Duncan Field. San Antonio Pos'master Tom Pitts total $3,850. 'hor.M be delivered at the theatre will be turned over to the Okee- construction. This Is the most Important

Texas. Enlisted December Next Thurs Kits Sales for August stand, $15,050 Wednesday afternoon, Sep. 16. The rhobee County Home Defense volunteer service now avail-

1941. iay for Bonds and $400 for Stamps. boxes will be auctioned off on the Council. They will appreciate able and furnishes a vital outlet for

Total sales for month $15,450 Our stage during Intermission between what you give them be It but a the energies and eagerness to helpof

Private Elsie Godwin, son of W. For Boys and Men percentage for the month was 350 ne> first and second show few pounds or a ton. Let's jolt Okeechobee's women.

E. Godwin of Upthegrove Beach percent. I am certain that Okee-, AND REMEMBER wrap your the Japs with 'Chobee Junk. Mrs E. M. Meserve who is chairman .

with the Infantry stationed at chobee county has had the highest'' coxes: neatly and attractively. This And to the kiddies I say of the Red Cross group in

Camp Pickett, Va. Entered ser Thursday. September the 10th is continuous quota percentage of any s Important because prizes will be "Come on, boys and girls, this Is charge of making dressings, took

vice In June 1942. ., the day and 8:00: p. m Is the hour Bounty in. Florida, and possibly Ini I warded for the boxes selling for I your last chance to make some the regional course In Miami, and

when all the boys and men In the nation Our monthly average me highest amounts. The lady extra money before school starts. for the past two weeks has been

Private Julian Hodges son of Okeechobee will meet at the court has been well over 300 percent.Let's I!I "ho prepares the box selling for There are so many little extras training supervisors and classes of
Mr. and Mrs. Hodges of Indian- their In the Home continue this wonderful work. needed to start the new term and the
house to do part the highest amount will receive $5 workers making the rooms of
town, United States Army Engineers Defense. All the units already organized While we are helping our nationin In War Savings Stamps. The second this U a fine opportunity for you Women's Club ready for the work
Fort Belvolr, Va., Entered ser- well all of this its most period, to earn them. materials this
will meet as as perilous high will receive $3 In War and now that the for
Vice In April 1942. ., those men who have not yet attended we are also helping ourselves and Savings Stamps and the third high Well, be a seeing you. OBIE. month's quota of 9000 dressings

or been assigned to a unit.It laying away a nest egg which, will sill be awarded $2 in War Savings V have arrived, the regular working
Sergeant Carl Stello. son of Mr. is your duty to be there it Is come In mighty handy after we Stamps Please write your name WILLIE J. MORRISON FOUND hours will begin next Tuesday
and Mrs. K. E. Stello of Okeechobee home and that mustbe this Also remember DEAD MONDAY IN POMPANO
your country have won war. an your package clearly, lJut in morning
United States Army Air Corps, most of our boys receive this small letters so we will know the Two signs at the end of the large
OeigSr Field, Spokane, Wash. Enlisted defended.COMMANDER.. paper with these fine reports, and donor. Pompano, Fla., Sept 1.-With a'' room where the work will be carriedon

in Army.in.January. 1942. I!I Okeechobee County they cannot but feel proud to thinkof Bidding for the boxes will be in gun wound through his head the I I every day and all day, remind

Defense Council I the way we at home are doingour War Savings Stamps, In other body of Willie J. Morrison, 31, parts I the workers of the solemn Import-
Corporal David W. Cassel, Jr..1| I I man for the Belcher Oil Co., was
V part. We are not forgettingthem |I words, If the bid Is $1 or $100 theI ance of their task: "That dressing
and Mrs. D. W. Cassel found late Monday right In his'
son of | In the far comers of be used to
CARD OF THANKS away purchaser will receive in return YOU are making may
stationed with the I downtown hotel by C. C.
of Okeechobee, room at a
the earth. i Stamps or Bonds equal to the save the life of someone YOU
United States Army Air Corps at Powell a superintendentwho
I company
We wish to thank our host of Theatre Box: Party I. amount he pays, plus the box or KNOW. Therefore make every
Ga. Enlisted from Okee- called to see why Morrison
Savannah by
friend for their assistance and expressions 'I box boxes of tasty, well prepared foods"I dressing with great care with unflagging -
most unique
One the
1940. of for usual,
chobee County In September failed to report work as
'. of sympathy during the'' parties ever held will be the openIng I he has set his heart on owning. >' A revolver was found near the patience with a prayer In

Sergeant Jlmmle Belk, son of Illness and death of our father and gun of the "Salute To OurHeroes" 1 Admission to the theatre for this body according to Sheriff Edward your heart"Those

Mrs. Delma Belk of OkffihQbee'l: husband. Ashberry Smith. I! campaign as sponsored by I "box party"" will be the purchase t Ilof | T. Lee, who pronounced his death In charge sf: this work extend -
Invitation womanIn
in Artillery at Seattle. Mrs. Ashberry Smith Gilbert Culbreth. chairman of the J one or more 25c Savings Stamps suicide and said that no Inquest an every
I I the has been wishingfor
tered service In December 1941. Bert Smith treatre group for Okeechobee county for each adult and one or more \ would be required. county
Fred Smith The date Is definitely set for 10c War Savings Stamp for each i A native of Live Oak he had some share In our country's war
of Mr and Mrs. Bid DavisV I I Wednesday, Sept. 16, at the Gilbert child These War Savings Stamps' effort to dedicate her time and her
Private Paul D'Agostlna, son lived here two weeks.
___ M I I' hands and her heart to making the
Mr. and Mrs Joe D'Agostlna! of Theatre. must be purchased at the box ofi i He leaves his mother, Mrs. W for 1
Okeechobee.. in United States Armyat Ronald Lassiter of Klsslmmee I The mere thought of a "box I flee to give the theatre proper H. Russell of Okeechobee and two Implements' mercy our

Camp Picket, Va. Entered Service was In Okeechobee: this week. party" Is always something to look credit brothers George Morrison, Panama wounded men.EDITOR .

In June 1942, -0WANTEDOood-. I forward to. Invariably a good time I This "box party" tends to be the City and Sgt. Julian M. Morrison j i' V
milk cow Mrs. plenty of good eats and surprises outstanding feature of the "Salute Fort Bennlng, Ga. The body was I I ON VACATION

Private First Class George Belch A. L. Test 105 South 30th Street galore, But a box party in a i To Our Heroes" campaign In Okee- sent to Live Oak for burial by the Editor Bryant Bowden of The

art son of Henry H. Reichert of Fort Pierce, Florida. 11-lt theatre with a fine show thrown chobee and I 'look for sales of Fannln Funeral Home. News left last Sunday for Tallahassee -

Okeechobee, stationed with the Infantry -0- In just for good measure Is unique. I Stamps and Bonds to reach a new I|. to visit his mother Mrs. B.

at Fort Bennlnfc Georgia Mrs. Christine Phllston returnedto The Woman's Club, P, T. A, high for this month. Mr. and Mrs W. R- Russell left' O. Bowden and sister Mrs Mable

Entered the Army in March 1941. her home in Tampa, Saturday I American Legion Auxiliary and W. R. PAGE Chairman for Live Oak Wednesday to attend Lingenfelter..
'' also Okeechobee funeral which was held Thurs Mr. Bowden will be back when
After visiting Mr. and Mrs. J. H. other women's organizations I County the I
(Continued on Page Two) Walker Jr. and family for a week. I individuals having sons, husbands I I War Savings Committee. day. he gets here..




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I Hospital Apprentice First Class I NOTICE OF NOTICE OF" APPLICATION FOR
COhl'l'dtll1l'l' MLU.Notice
Marvin L. Wilson, son of Mr. and
In l.nwi gf JUdO
hereby given trmt under
Mrs. E. J. Wilson of Okeechobee, $ From where I and by authority of a decree rondo Nnlli'c. hereby given that JauieiDvirriuire.
rfl sit and entered on Ihe 12th dny of May, bolder of 'J'u I'ertlfli'ulei
Published Every Friday by the Medical Corps United States Naval 1041. In Ihe Circuit Court of the 9tho 111. ,sod, ) Hill:\! Imueil the Illh day '
Okeechobee News Co., at Okeechobee Air Station, Jacksonville, Fla, Entered I' : Judicial Circuit In nnd for Okeechobm ".f July.' A I). 11)11 ; 'J'u Ccrtltlcutc
the in June 191.Boatswain's I ,. .. County: Florida. In a certain came :No. ;m ,lu 311! Inc., Issued the Tib day
Okeechobee Florida.BRYA."fr Navy
County, '' wherein Zncb. T. Miller was complainant nf Annum A. !II, 1111''I'u' ; t'ertltlratel
and Henry Simpson nod Ber.10: Alx ,In 571 Inc., Issued the nth day.
'" -:. Fl 6!Joe Marsh th n Slnipnon. hid "If.'er.. defend- nf AIIIIU.I. A D, 191'1 ; Tax Cerllllriilei,
BOWDEN .......... ... Editor Mate First Class Rex
!J. ./ ants I. the iiniliTslgned Special :..IRI'10: (Bill :IU.1 mi'l 1'-:343, l Issued tuu 71U
Anderson son of Mrs. Lizzie Anderson 'I .,,-:. tar nil) otTer for hula and loll at |>ubllr day of July A. D. 11(10; Tax l't:>rlllll'lI.
Entered as second class matter of Frostproof and brotherof e;. I auction In front of the south doot'10' 13": Uiued the\ 7th day of June,
of the County Court Home for Okeechobee D IIISO\ Tax Certlllcati'i HMsI'lWii
A. :
July 1, 1914, at the Post Office In Alva Anderson of Upthegrove WHEN I drop into Sam Abernethy's us, where did you get nil thin inside County, Florida, on Momlny: : HUT I' 111, P. 112. IN.: SOl 1'-114,
Okeechobee, Florida under the Beach stationed with the United' tore, I usually tome: with Sept. T, 11)12. the .1111I" being a Rule 1',1111'.111, 1M17, I'-UI, 111I' ll0.
away privlltelnformatlon1"We Day of inlil Court' within the legal 1'.1:1 mil, ii'i, issued the Mb day of
Act of March 8, 1819.SUBSCRIPTION. States Navy at Key West, Florida. something worth remember-in'. hours of mile, tn-wlt : 11 o'clock A. M. September' A. Ii. 1UJ7 ; Tax ('.rllll.."".*
-- ---- --- -- Entered service in May 1942. I !!, sir, I never saw Sam i ) ami, :1 o'clock I'. M.. All of thnt certain :No St. :\io, ill) mid as, Issued tbd 3rd
RATE: Sam's our town' most successful mad since Lem Martin's dog property: iltnnlo In the County of ,IllY of Hepteinber, A. D. llttH ; Ta(
< Okccchohec, $Stnte ot Florida, nnd Certiflrate..o" ) "25, ion 231, 232. zauiind"i
One year In advance .. $2.00 Vernon L. Burke of Mr. and Storekeeper and he' not one to do chased the cat into the pickle bar more liartlcnlnrly' described\' an follow : 7."l 11.III'd the 51'h day of Anoint
Six months In advance .. .... .. 1.00 son much talking, unless he figures he's rel. And I guess I never saw a man Lot number eleven (11)) of block A. I. 1DJU : '1'01 ('o.UIII'alt.I.: ... US
Three months In advance ...... .73 Mrs. J. W. Burke of Okeechobee, i really got something to say. crawfish out of a place fast as that "' ,'hi0)( ) of llallrond addition to ,to lli Inc? l-'I, 1-3. land U5. In-
A. l> :
of June, lU'tViTax
Seaman Second Class at Naval Air | City of OkeochobOT, Florida. sued. the lId iluy :
Last evenln he said :fellow did. L I.. CONHAD t',,"lIiI'lI'I": 4", fi<>, W, /B\. M,
Advertising bills are payable on Station. Jacksonville. Entered service j pit nilJ / Special Mailer.U. .',7, !I' :.s, W, mi, til and 72, limned the
the first of each month. Parties in summer of 1941. | Thinking it over afterward, I K. IIAMIUCK, ;ird day of August" A 1lU31 ; Tat
I HiilMtor for Complainant rrtlHratn No. 43 to 49 !. mid 111.I .
unknown to publishers required topay I vnger was in thftJtoreJJinJ came to the conclusion that Sam's I Dated May 28 ID-U. 4U-1 I issued the llth day of .lime A. D. 1M3 ;
In advance. Private First Class Howard Ren- BeirlRyder, Homer J; nt*,y and got the real system for handling I Tux ('..rtlll,'." ". :No 1'-711, 7SI. 1'-732
j others is TIIE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE and llll lulled the 7tb day of August
some were tallin' the
ftiput folks who throw
facts and I
nls Padgett, con of Mr. and Mrs.B. figures :NINTH> JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF A. 1)ltt2J : Tax CtTtlUcute No. M.
Reading notices In local columns, K. Padgett of Okeechobee stationed .1 crap collection when tms :teller round free and easy like. I run "STATK OF 1..OIlIn.IS AND: 1""lod'Ihe Ixt day of October A. D
10 cents line. Rates for display .01 t of horned In. i FOR OKKiriloIIIUCOUNTY.: : FI.OR- 1UH4: ; Tux Certificate No :23, lUlled
with the Signal Corps of F'rinstance, I've noticed there' | IMA. !IN CHANCEliY:> : the nth ilny of Aui/UHt. A. U 1IS:
advertising furnished on application I the United States Army at Key "I hear these scrap collections some pretty fancy fact and Cnne No $42 Tax Certlllcale' :.u. 30. Issued tbo lxt
figure :SI'ESSARD I.. 1101.1.\:>111, ron: :ItS- day of November: A. D. wa7 ; Tax
Classified advertising, 2 cents ;
Field. Merrldlan, Miss. Entered are a lot a bunk, he layi. "Factf Jugglin' done by some of those \IIh nut OF TUB STATE] OF FLORIDA, t'prtl5rntea No.. 2i21) slid 41, liniod
each word per Insertion. All Items service in January 1942. I the matter is, this junk they're oppose the right enjoyed by millions I I.T. M LEE:, COMPTROLLER OF SAID the 8rd day of July, AH. lUau:, nnd
ST\TE.' 1. EliWIN LARSON: TREAS- Tux I'ertlllcntei No. 31, 38 and 40( IInued -
conducted for ain't
regarding enterprises gathering for
no till Makin'etrcl
of decent people to drink 1 A D,
t l UUEIt OF SAID 1 STATE' ,T. TOM the fith day of August
profit are chargeable at rdverttslng Granville N. Wilson son of Mr. Ii I, Just a waste of time gettin' friendly glass of beer when they. \\ \TMI\j ., 1"'lIltn:1'SF.ItAL) : lU 4rt( bee Died some In my office; ha*
it 01' SAID STATE and NATHAN pplloHtlou fur.. Tax teed to
rates. and of together want to. '
Mrs. E. J Wilson Okeeeho-
MAYO. COMMISSIONER:> OF AORI1 he Imued thereon Said Certlficateipiubrace .
-- I bee Seaman second class In United At that point Sam In. 1 CULTURE OF SAID STATE, an and the following described property
PLEDGE TO THE FLAG"I I iteps Lah1yl'1'I been asking these iiiimtllnllnir. the TRUSTEES) OF THE In the County of Okeei-hobea
pledge allegiance to the Flagof States Navy aboard U. S. S. North folks the same kind of question i i INTERVAL I IMPROVEMENT FUND: stab of Fliirlilii tu-wit :
Carolina. Entered service in December "Jest a minute, he says, fixing i OF TUB STATE OF FLORIDA. All BloekK 1 to 4S Inclusive! I IPa.1'IInWTs l
that I
Sam asked
the frilled Stain of Americaand I him with a cold and steely eye. that rumor. lull :S and U of Block 5. Iluntervs. -
to the Republic for which It 1941.Private "May I inquire where them mongerin' stranger.Try it yourself, lend" Subdlvlilon of the NW'4 of
you got
stands nation Indivisible next time you hear anybody make \ROSA MARSH, widow! ET A r.. !Sec ai, Twp. 3 8, IIltll ::13.P.'n'Hnl. .
: lo-called :facts? ., All Blocks 1 to 1:, Inclusive. less
with liberty and justice for all. First Class Edgar J. Wilson ing derogatory remarks-whether NOTICF TO APPEAR )Its 1. W. ls: "nd V4 of Bloc 7.

--_ -. -- ---. son of Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Wilson The stranger hems and haws, it'* against the war effort..or '1'111'lTAT : I I IF FLORIDA naiw-neer Park Subdlvlilon!! being
of Okeechobee, United States and Sam advances on him grim just against beer III \Robert, Kilii'l;, J".b.'ho.e adilrenH n lulidlvlHlun of Lots 11 and U
I In care of Torpedo Siiundron Mar 17, Twp S3. Rf8.| 33,
HONOR ROLL Marine Corps stationed somewhere and unsmllin. I Four Itroftklyn :Navy Yard Brooklyn.New Lot U, Sec. U, Twp. 85, Rt*. 33 ;

,, In the Pacific. Enlisted than : ork : buts ..1. and. H. C.roely... SubdlvUliin .;
more tJ 1 34 .
(Continued from page: 1) I "Name your authority, sir," he 8 e t Von are hereby required to ale nil I Lot :31, M-C. *.J sop.J"| tigo.
J two years ago. sty*. And he wasn't Jdddin'l "Tell ni'penranco' In the above proceeding In nnd Lot H, sec 11) Twp. 33.: Ego.
Private Smiley Waldron, son of 5S i ;' lhl lourt on or before the 7th tiny atI ,
Mr and Mrs. N. F. Waldron of I I of September, A. 1>. 19(3. the nature The. II,.,'.Imolill of mild property:
I Private Jack Hendry. son of Mr. -- 1 I nf which proceeding In the forccloinreI under Certincntei "lashed were lu th'TTi.
Okeechobee with the Infantry stationed and Mrs. J. J. Hendry of Lake j I I II I lot n mortgage upon real estate MttuI 0' :
No. 44 Qf. Series
at Camp Pickett, Va. Entered Copyright 1942, Br.winlllndOO I nle. lying, and heliia, In Okeechobi' Ih.ywood, L. A. iutbrl -
Placid and brother Odentldei,
of representative I'oiiiilt l-'lorlila deierlheil n. followl Colonl/atlmi Co. It.
service In June 1942. I ___ wIt K. Mnvl. \Vmlleiiki.. E. f. Shinier.
i Bill Hendry of Okeechobee, In to- :
Hunt, lllknn.n.I ,
I From the, llnnciiek "meander .1 II. Clerk II. K,
the Air Corps at Denver, Colorado. corner on Went line of IIr... 32: ((' Sliiin ". llnttle 1Chltehurst JohnSiinmuni
Private First Class Earl Bond Sergeant Purmel
Corporal Jessie D. Wilson, son of Hargraves, son I Jninei Lofton. Ed,' \Nhlttaknr,
Entered service July 1, 1942. I T. :37 S. It.t 3T : run S !II dew
Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Wilson of Okee- son of Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Bond of of County Supervisor of Registration green 4.V: I':. I."IS1: feet on and Arthur Choirs Will' Fend. Joe and

chobee, stationed at Moore Field I Okeechobee, In Field Artillery, now and Mrs. Hargraves of this I along Ihe Hancock meiin.der line Vera I'eppl,5| K \ Ruin.on: George John8on. : -
Matthew Leroy Bass, colored son to point "f beginning. Thence S. Wright, II L. Heaven. Eugene
Mission, Texas. Entered service In on maneuvers in South Carolina. city. United States Army Air II degree 21' E.: Dion feet Thence iun Mahry. .le' ..,. i..',ddwlre. An.
of Leroy Bass and wife of Okee- I I':. 1311.T: feet Thence North 0 Hit 11111111I1, Robert Mnlth Noah
February 1942.Sergeant Entered service in August 1940. Corps, Spence Field, Moultrle Ga. ; tor-
chobee with the United States ill-green 21'V.. fl'138\ feet to the Smith, lames London Ueoriw
Enlisted December 2, 1942. Promoted Hnneock mennder line : Theme rwk, Alon/o Mrrln, Mntlle"' Cre.lli-t,
Morrison of Army in Australia. He entered the I II Enoch Walker son of Mr. and to rank of sergeant July 1st N. Ml degree, 4.T: 1131'.7 feet CIIITord Gerald, Mary S<-ott. Roily'
son Army In May 1941. I to the point of beginning. Contolnlug K. lie'gcr, \\' It. "' "hll.', .I.IV. '"1""
Mrs. W. H. Russell of Okeechobee ; Mrs. Hulon Walker of Okeechobee, I I i 2M.S7: aeren. more or IORo, Hlchardnoii. Ilui.-lile, Clenrv.-rn.' Marie
stationed at Fort Benning, Ga. He now serving with the Submarine I I Private First Class Lawrence All I Ijlng and being In Sec. 32. land. \Rlehurd Admin' 1'. r. McKee LoulaCherry ,
I: Wayne O. Burke, son of Mr. and I I !I T. 37 S. \\t. 35: EiiHt.; County of Joe Miller, W. I:. IIl1nllll\\8Y.
enlisted In the United States Army t Forces somewhere in the Pacific. I' Olin Godwin brother of Oliver Okeechohee. State of Florida. "c llunnel. John Smith Karl:
In the summer of 1940, Mrs. J. W. Burke of Okeechobee 'He enlisted in the United States !( Godwin. Mrs. H. T. Scott Mrs. DONE AND: ORDERED at Okeecbo'IllhtmS.. J. F. Lewln Peter Sellern,
Seaman in the United of Oknechohee. State of I-aullne I'hlll.n. Ella Grant.
I Apprentice IH-C. Coiilitv
In 1937 Hulon Walker Mrs. Vernon Light- shell \Ie redeemed
Navy May 1 Florida Slits 2lth! day of July. A. D. Unleii laid Certlflcatci
States Navy at Norfolk Virginia.! according to law, property deI '
sey and Tom Godwin of Okeechobee. 1012.I ,
H. H. (Sparky) Osteen, son of'
I' shall be sold to the lilgb-
Entered service In May 1942. I ROY R. 1UCI.ERSON. icrlhed therein
Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Osteen now of Private Woodrow Walker, young- with field Artillery at Fort i Clerk Circuit Court est bidder nt the Courthouse door on
Fort Pierce but former residents of est son of Mr. and Mrs. J, H: Sill, Oklahoma. Entered service in ]II l.\ /I"Ihrollla'A.e.. the first !Monday In the month of
Private William R. Vanbrunt, Iieputr" Clerk. Hetiiln-r. 11H-J. which \In I the nth tiny'
Walker, Sr., of Okeechobee, now June 1941
Okeechobee. with the United States l U.I .
I 'If.tohor,
Air Corps, Foster Field Texas Entered I Coast Artillery, stationed at Miami serving at the Induction Station at I (Circuit____ __Court_ ___Seal._) .__ --- lIr Dated this flh dny of Septeniher,
Beach, Florida. Entered Army In Starke Fla. Lloyd C. Llghtsey! I IN TIIE CIRCUIT COURT OF TUB 1(542. II
service! In August 1941. Camp Blanding, En- son of Mr. and NINTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF ROT H. HAUI.ERSON

| ,July 1941. I' tered the United States Army In Mrs Van Lightsey of Okeechobee I TUB STATE nF FLORIDA IN: AND: Clerk Circuit Court FloridaIli. of
1942. I stationed at Norfolk, Va., with the FOR OKEKCIIOIIEH: : :: ,'lIlITFI.OI: (- Okeechobee County. ,
Private James V. Cousart son of j May ',
1 I IN: ,CIIA.NCKKY.: : (Circuit ( ,11I"1,1))
Captain Ward Baggott, son of .
the late Jas. B Cousart and Mrs. i I United States Navy in the Signal Case .". Mi: V

Marion V. Cousart. of Okeechobee, Mr. and Mrs. F. H. Baggott of I Private Robert C White son of Corps. Entered the Navy in April I SI'KSSARD: L. HOLLAND, (JoVEIIN- fallen may rise
merely enemy
Panama City, Florida, but former lilt 110' I flu:: HI'ATB llF
stationed with Medical Corps at ; Mr. and Mrs. M. E. White of Okee- 1942. .1 M. I.EE.: ....'II.'J'IIIILI.IIW1.11: / again: but the reconciled one is
Camp McCoy Miss. Enlisted In the residents of Okeephobee In Army chobee, stationed with the United /STATE.; ''i-I EDWIN; LARSON: ituiiM; vanqulshed.-SchllIer.
I truly
Air Corps. Entered service In summer lflliil\ : /111'1'1'1"1::.
Army In April 1942. States Army in California. He Private First Class LeRoy Chandler i WAI'SiiNi I ATTORNEY: : liENKRVL; : ,
i of 1940. entered the Army in March 1942. son of Mr. and Mrs. Perry OF 1I.lf1'1'1'.:, nnd :NATHAN> : I ---- --- -- ---
Corporal Ray Bass son of Mrs. 1 Chandler of Bassinger, stationed l OF SAID l STATE. u. and ,
Angle Bass of Okeechobee. In Coast j I!I Pivata Wilford Sloan son of Mr. John Reichert son of Henry H. with the Medical Corps at Camp countItlllIlly' III" TRUSTU.KS
Artillery stationed at Camp Davis, 'I and Mrs. Bethel Sloan of Okeecho- I Reirheit of Okeechobee, stationed Murphy, Hobe Sound, Fla., Entered i I OF I.VlEitNAL: : THE STATE!IMPROVEMENT; OF; ; FLORIDA: FUND, : 1I

N. C. Enlisted In the service In ,! bee. with Communication Regiment with the Coast Guard in Maryland. service In January 1942 j|I I'bllnllllM. I

January 1942. I United States Army Air Corps, Or- Entered the service in June 1942. !j I I II j I.T.! II. DEVAXE: Aii ALICE: IJE'A'E.OKEECHOBEE I

i lando. Florida. Entered service In I Private Jack Paige, son of Mr. ''''hi. wife. DefolidnntH.i .

Sergeant Lawrence Arrington. February 1942.. Staff Sergeant Jake Reichert. son I and Mrs. S. C. Paige of Okeechobee :i i 1 STATE' ; NOTICE'W FLORIDA TO APPEAR I -

son of C. C. Arrington of Okeechobee. : of Henry H. Reichert of Okeecho- stationed with the United States TO : .1. R DeVane mid, Alice 1'FnIDA'"r & SATURDAY
In the Infantry with the United Private Paul Wongrey, son of I bee stationed with the United Army in Australia. Entered ser- \'+tne. lit. wife, whole odd,... II 1
k ""WII, nml 1 to all parties cliilniiiiv In-
John of Okeechobee, with
States Army stationed at Fort I Wongrey States Marines somewhere In the \ Ice in December 1941. 1 ti-rent h)'. through under or uunliiHt
Jackson, S. C. Enlisted in Army in Technical School of United States j Pacific. Entered the service In I' 1 .1 R. DeVnne and Alice DeVane. bin ; GENE At'TREV
Army Air at Kessler Field, wife, or either, an helm, dovlneen.
January 1941. Corps 1931. Private Merrill Hardy nephew of'I' ,,"11I1. .,.. ii.lineei, creditor, triinteelor in

I Miss.1942. Entered service In April I I| Mrs. Chas. Hardy of East Okee- I j[''I' "r other clnliiuinli 3. It. by.DeVano through and, undernvalimt Alice I' HOME IN WYOMING

Staff Sergeant Robert E. MC- j First Class Machinist Eugene M. i chobee in United States Army, entered He Vnne. or either of th"III'hu In not I

I-aughlin. Jr., son of Mrs. R. E. Hall son of Mr. and Mrs. Reese service in February 1942. '!'I' known to In- dead or alive, and nil -And-
Corporal Jean Harvey Hamrick, inirtli-n linvlnu! or ,elulmliit' hoar any
McLaughlin of Okeechobee, stationed Upthegrove of Utopia, stationed
rluht. I Hie or Interent III the property SHIRLEY ROSS
with Medical Detachment, Letterman ,1 son of Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Ham- with the United States Coast Guard Vernon M. King, son of Mr. and heroin:;, donirlliod.It :
I 1 rick of Okeechobee, stationed with I In hereby ordered' thnt tbe known in
Hospital San Francisco, at Mobile, Alabama. Entered the Mrs. W. J. King of East Okeecho- pnrtica and the unknown incurs nrereiiilud

California. Entered ihe United the United States Army Air Corpsat service in September 1939 bee, in Gun Crew aboard ship in | 1 to nle tlu-lr iippi-anuice I lu SAILORS ON LEAVE

States Army In February 1941. Bradley Field Windsor! Locks the United States Navy. Entered 'the betonihe nlioMpr' ,?" 7th"i-rliit day In of I III"September court nor I >'

Connecticut. Entered service in De- Staff Sergeant Ralph Ming, son service in March 1942. A. D. 1111'.. the nature of which\ pro : Also News and Comedy
eeetibig foreelonure of ninrt-
cember 1941. IK the a
Corporal K. R. Anderson, son of Mrs. Ida Ming of Okeechobee gage upon the sold real entitle ilenerlbid -
of Alva Anderson of Upthegrove stationed at Camp Croft Spartens- Private J, Murl Dalgneau, son of an followa. tu-\rlt : i

Beach, Motor Transport Division ,1; Quentin R. Sellers, son of Mr. berg S. C. He entered the Army Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Dalgneau ofI From ion the Hn.l; Hancock,line of tnennder Si'i-ilnn, corin n.- .I SUNDAY:: & MONDAY

United States Marines stationed I and Mrs. E. G. Sellers of Okeecho- July 1940. I II I I Bassinger, stationed with Medical Townihlp :is south Rouge 31 last;

at Georgetown, British Oulena. !;i bee. with Army Air Force stationedi I 'I Detachment at Fort Bennlng Ga. "OJI."lh runV, at "I'lor"n .1.-!Mi-l'iidoii,,I'r, HnneockloeniMlir I'olnl. JAMES: CAGNEV

Enlisted in the Marine Corps In I i at Kessler Field Miss. Entered Private Robert Ming, son of Mrs. Entered service in March 1941 line" luai' 'r I' i 'Inl' ofblirlllllllltC.
service in July 1942. of \ + Thelli-e :N'irlll II il In
1937. Okeechobee stationed
September Ida Ming now -
I "r,''-. in1Vel.. 411: fei-t. \
I'|j I I, with the Infantry in Los Sergeant Major Douglas Casselsof :Bh.: '"'!1. tninn il devreen I HI' Emit CAPTAINS OF THE

Corporal Earl W. Ralford son of I II R L. Sanrterfur. jr., son of Mrs. '' Angeles California. He entered the Okeechobee stationed with 1 .Vis.3 feet to Hancock no's.,o'I"r' I I
I line. Thence south M di>irrm> 110 CLOUDS
Mrs Susie Ralford of this city, I Crela Sanderfur of Okeechobee, Army in February 1942. Headquarters Squadron 11th Re- "EiiHt.: 'nssj feet. Kant :W7: feet' Ini I

Rationed with the United States I I; stationed at the Naval Air Station placement Depot of General Mac- I .. < ill' lii'iritin n,: < 'itllllilllit, \ Also Late News and NoveltyComing
*.' .. s,1 I lying
Army Air Corps at Dale Mabry I I at Opaloka Fla. Enlisted in the I Jjmmie Finger, son of Mr. and Arthur's forces in Australia. Enter nnd I I' I h'lmore-Iug In Seclliiu or :i. Towimhlp .

Field Tallahassee, Fla. Enlisted :1 United! States Navy In December Mrs. G. C. Finger of Fort Myers ed the Army in December 1941. I :IN Soilll Iti wife T,: !IIMt., CliU'it.V, nfiikeeel.ni
,,,. "I." |l')MI-, | InDllNE
in December 1941. I I' 1E40. but former residents of Okeechobee. I : AN" O'UII1.1': : at' Okeecho I :
I .
I', Stationed with United States Navyat Corporal Albion F. Harden, son ,bee iikeeelioliee', "unly. Florida thl ,
I "Mil' dm "f -I'll'' \ I' hill!
Charles Raymond Harden, son of I Apprentice Seaman Howard Norfolk Va. of Mr. and Mrs C. D. Harden of UOV It UAULERSON! Meet John Doe

'he late Jesse F. Harden, of Okee- Drawdy, son of Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Okeechobee with the Marines Clerk' Circuit Court I Wake L'F Screaming '

chobee, In the United States Navy '''Drawdy of Okeechobee, Naval Private First Class R. B. Jerrell aboard the U. S. Battleship Wyom- Deputy llj s"|>lirililu Clerk\ Peni.. Navy Blue

board the U. S. S. O'Bannon. He'1 I Training School, Chicago, Ill. En- son of Mrs. T M. Jerrell)] of Okee- ing somewhere in the Atlantic. Def.'ity, Clerk Rise and Shine

ntered the service In October tered service In May 1942 chobee, stationed with pursuit I Entered service In June 1940. ? 'lii nit- ':ulII'l.pl i ) -
1941. I Group at Murac Bombing Field at I .

Sergeant Obcar B. McKee son of Murac, California. Entered service I
Wilson Pearce, seaman second
Private of Mrs. H. C. Long of Okeechobee,
C. E. Kllpatrick, son In February 1942. class
son Mr and Mrs. J C
he late Mr. and Mrs. D. R. KIN i i with the Engineers Shore Regiment 4 i)7'i
,' Pearce. of Okeechobee, In Group 3
;Patrick of Basslnger. stationed with I somewhere In Great Brltlan. He Private Rufus G. Jerrell, son of of Service Schools
i United States
the 'Paxaahube Infantry at Fort I entered the service In September Mrs. "1'. M. Jerrell of Okeechobee. .I I Naval Training Station, Norfolk

Bragg, N. C. Entered service In'' 1940. 0S I I 1 i with Field Artillery at Camp Chaf- 'Virginia Entered service in April ?

January 1942.Thilmore i !fee Arkansas. Entered service in 1942. nF
ii i Private Bill Humphrey son of
| March 1942. .
Sloan son of Mr. and Mrs. Dora Humphrey ot Okeecho- I I 1

Mrs. Bethel Sloan of Okeechobee I j bee, with Medical Detachment at Private Norris L. Jerrell, son of Private First Class Elliott Lot

with the' States at'' Camp Rucker, Ala. Entered the I son of Mr, and Mrs. E, H. Lett of ,
United Navy I I Mrs. T. M. Jerrell of Okeechobee SDAY THURSDAY
St. Augustine!, in Coast TUESDAY WECfl
in June 1942. i Artillery MONDAY
Norfolk Va., Entered service In Army with the Medical Detachment stationed -
I'I somewhere In the Atlantic war i C
April 1942.
at Fort Oglethorpe Georgia.
!I Alton' R McMullen, son of Mr. I 1 I Entered service In January 1941. I i zone. Entered service in October

Private Cecil Johnson foremen of and Mrs. I. N. McMullen of Okee- I I SO 1941, .

Parker Brothers ranch before entering phobee, Chief Radio Operator with ;, Private Roy Delmar Conerly son

service, with Tech School the United States Navy at Pensa- of Mrs J. W. Conerly, Miami, formerly Private James B. Smith son of S

Squadron at Lowry Field Colo. |i cola. He entered the Navy in July of Okeechobee, stationed at Mr. and Mrs. S. Smith of Oeecho-

Entered service In May 1942. 1930. Camp Wolters, Texas. He entered I bee with United States Marines at Youll be helping everybody if you avoid

weck-imd trips whenever That'
the United States Army In March Paris Island, S. C., in Medical possible

Private Theodore Sloan, son of i i Elburn Platt son of Mr"and Mrs.J 1942. Corps. Entered service In March the time when trivet facilities are moil '
crowded the I time when
only many war
Mr. and Mrs. Bethel Sloan of C. Platt of this city, aboard the I e f I 1942 1 worker* and men on furlough can 10.

Okeechobee. with the United States !| U. S. S. Rosevllle somewhere on the I Private James W. Conerly, son of --
Army Air Corps at Denver, Colo- 1 Pacific I Mrs. J, W. Conerly, Miami, formerly } of {{ T., H.; N'X, Agent

rado. Entered service In October ly Okeechobee, stationed with f 2orclltrve jVt. Y'I Standard Oil Service Station
1941. I 'Boatswain's Mate Second Class the United.States Army in Iceland.He Phone 11)6PAGE

. Harold W. Wllkerson, son of Mr. entered service In August 1941. "- tOe tutW

. Private Virgil Button son of Mrs. j'| and Mrs. R. H. Slnjletary of Ok- I 'H'b. tFS M

Claudia Sutton of Okeechobee ita- {|,, eechobe, aboard the U. S, Battleship Private Matthew Won,ey, son of

tloned with the United States Army j I I Nevada stationed somewhereIn John Wongrey of Okeechobee, in c X666

somewhere In the Pacific He enlisted I the Pacific. Entered the United the United States Army Gunnery :

In the Army In Much 1941, :j I I States Navy in April 1937. School at Panama City, Fla. 1101so.1Aal1T3.MLVa.50510Ore



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: The Okeechobee Salvage Committee has arranged with the City Council for the use

of their truck in picking up Junk of all kinds on TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 8, andit h

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

I Aluminum or Metal of Any Kind, is asked tot

place it out in front. .

I All profits made will be donated to the a

I Okeechobee County Home Defense Council. i:

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Whereas, our government badly neorlr 1 all!l / re; ;
r Scrap Metal in order to carry on our war effort, ,
and whereas the Okeechobee County Defence

Council has designated September 8, 1942, as
"' "Scrap Harvest Day", I, H. H. Raulerson, Mayor '' i J
of the City of Okeechobee, urge each citizen to
collect all scrap metal around their premises V $

i and pile in convenient places for city trucks to /Yi
"I collect. H. H. RAULERSON, Mayor. .-

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\.0" ill I I One old radiator will provide _c''II'
crap steel needed for seventeen -
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I help make six 3-inchhells
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. / rubber as Is used InW\ 'k* *J* .i
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t ,LETS JOLT THEM WITH JUNK FROM \ 0oio1dihovelwlll 4A
t i! 9F rl ; help make 4 hand _i

i"r e ..... OKEECHOBEE grenades. fFifJlflfnI' .;

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:Nonu Ok..hoh County, Florid nnnip nf Blum'IIP \111 Poll,
; I'ur (iiimtiihlp' In HIII] fur I Hip fnllonliiit August 211, 111:1.: I'ultss laid Certificate stall be re-

Too Late To Classify Notice I I. bor .l'letup JHxtrli'ts : :SUMP.In .Noilip Is ( given Hint purminntIn di'piuvU according to Jaw, property detrlljpil -

cult holder of \ Hictlon 1) of ('hiiiiter 1H21III)) law th.rell ball be sold to tee
mill 3"i, Issiit'il 'TpHlliiiiinv I WII'r'or. I him-
HIMHII.I.. : ,<.\\ lur, A. I I'. 1I ( I liprpiinto sit lilY hiiuil uinl nfHxiil ill llrlh"I., t HIP followInic dpiirllipil ni HID IIrut Monday 'In the month ot"iI'II..r.
ll.r Nu. 11: IsHUPil ( HIP (treat Mini of I lln' II.II( I '" '. ('oimti I'lorlclu.ulll i 11H.. Ihl'b Is the 7lh day

11. IaN): bus ; I L.lI.1 I Smii i'f r'orlihi.' lit 'liillnhiisKpv. liP nffpipd fur suit' ut piilillc I.: :, |"ltUh'r. 194.:

++++++++++++++ +++++++ made | I HIP Cnpltnl thin HIP Him" ilnof \' ,'r,' fur HIP highest niul lost, rash P"'II' let ilnof Aiiirimt. 1\ 2.

I IMIIIPI,! lliorpon XpplPinlipr' A. I D. 1IM. etuliiu''i I to HIP right nf HIB .(. ".ollt'l KOY U. HAULBHSON.Clprk .

Each legislative session sees the (Lrnoe the ,,, | | I i 1 I It. A. I.UU; ', ut the luternnl Improvement (''ul,1 Circuit Court of

In the County Spprptiirv "f flnti nji'il" IIn i' iiiul I hlilx lit tile Court Ohoechotipv. County, Florida.
establishment of some new boardor florliln, to-wit : I I TII" linn I., I I.. .'0\: 11.\1', Holme nt in) A ni. M I "tl Hit I.| diot ; \ (t'I In'nil I ( oiirt I)

commission, allegedly created for llpp (n.,1)) '(I : : I I I! ( I I Mn rl'l' OUi'PI holn'p Intuit* I iiti.r. IIMJ) l.nxpiiiiMi" I fur mini, -- -. 1'nl -

2s. run 220 $ '\ I ) ": "' 1 ilklil nl nJim (Pit Wide will beiiniTMil
public welfare and protection. Such 2.0) M: 1 I Ijs trl' liii.\ punt.tliroiiidi!
1"dM' ll'iihllnlii I rl,
boards are usually made up of political "! :1 n. \ | : ;( : MlIK: I II It I'lllLUTI I nlilili(, tin re In nn pxlslliig Hutu Komi. BICYCLESWe
1 iiuil, ) I I 1. its 7. s. 111 Hloik |)
appointees and are given lim- IltfUf S' l \il :'n'I'FII'oCT: A'mo:! VHliht, & \ 1111. n Silt.I

ited power to supeBvi.se>> rule and 1 "HIH" .>. run I I UH'AIIMISI: : : )' I ii.(' Mil.I IMKI.10KII.ICSI : illMnlua nf MV4 \Illllll."I.J': ,.
: ItM I 1.\111: I 01"I" have large stock of
I. in; at \\n li a
W .'.II) Ml" 1010111)I' \ I ,| I I 11"1.i u 'ip\ ,17 <4 KK m i I':
regulate some industry, trade or Hi i. Js l' : : : lllKtull, II. I nf I lutprnul! Imiirovpnipim .
I 1'h. both
.ruiv Il: 191 I 12. the New
profession.Such in ri sniul : I FlInt nf llit- 81 lite of t'II'lda., Victor
: NOI'K>; / ( 10 ,III Iii'rlIs' ghiMl UnitVPIIIIJII

boards set the price for ') ]lt M.! (' ; | I I I H. Armilil', or ukiwhobpt' 'I II Agent ROY Trustee It. llACl.I'ltSON I. I. Fuad.Ok'h" BcJ.cles and
,, Ito I'lilil, uliu, on J'ii lie 17 11141 luilduSiit .
*< HI I ,, '
laundry work or cleaning determine run y< : t' i oinit\ I to local
dry 'IIIrll"NU"'U'E
I .\do. i: '.'2f) \ \ | Iii :Jjsil: \ llpvlwil Stiu t lii's lluiuextPinl I your ra _
how much you shall pay Iii/ 31 7 I.ntri: /No H L. O U7V11. for
The I 1 I Lut I 7. tiiHtlon U: 'lonnshlii, 37$., OP APPLICATION toning board, secure a

for milk, say who may or may not HII'III I','l ,' } 1111 11 liP 3): I'J.! '1'ul.1.rllIlIlI.; IIirids.iuuis I FOR TAX DEED

enter a business or profession which nf Siiniiiiilliil I : /, I Illiil nollip. uf luiviiHnii to ujiike laws of 1931 and we will be
< limit 1 thin' 'ollr 1'roof, to .rstahllshiliilm I II I Nillip In hiitliv
.. > Hint Mnrlliii' '
Omit, I I..t; :
they license and control. I 1'111" us sill.I.' I I I I I I to llio In,nil nhu\p di'Kcrlhpj, '" Imkir hlllh'r inf Tux (iMtllUul, So7'K glad to fill your needs.

The demand for these boards or IPPMIPI I I"rllreI"B"f A.I"rllllln.'IIllIr,. ) I'ub- ). IMIIPI, ,! t" ',Hi .iii', tif August. .\

urlhpil therein I Hi. Mulluf lorlilii lit Lurir". at the I>. ri.'H. "', sump,' 'In mv ,1.,, : HUMPHRIESTIE
their so-called services does not 1'"I.t Iliiusi' In HIP, cm nf IJIii'pi'holiBi"I Inn liiiuliiiiiiMiutliin| fur ,I

come from the people. Generally hlghpst on the first hldilpr I .' 'I I l.l,,rid ii. on the ISIh i din of Heptvuilur, lo, hi iKHiiul' I HIPTPOII. hnlil I 'u tprilliintemliruipH & RETREADING
speaking, the public Is opposed to 1.It.IiiI.l', ')j I 1D4Ji liiliinint mums, ultm II. It.I In tin. 'lollunlng' .h'c'rll"1 plop, I
f ; ;:; I an Nis: 'I i tin I uiinu i.1| okiiilnil, i COMPANYSouth
their pitpmlipr| l I t I Iliiiuurk 'I'I \v. J Knhert
them and would welcome \ \'llI'ly. r. M 1'1"'I ol 1111,111.i to nit ,
1",1 tile
I ( luMurllii II".\" It ItiiiilirHiin nil of :si.:i, :sii,: <, IPS
abolishment. I i I I I 01'h.i .",... FloridaIII.I It 111 I H .III. >n'. .III: '-\\1:17. 1 Dixie Highway Phone 139

all ol them Into I I I I I ) 1>,\VII) \\'oLl"IIOIlS. ;I r< i I 111'res\. \ HiI'a
Practically come (I' In nil Court !) I 11111
being as a result of the demand : I ,,-..:, | | Asalsliiit" CuiiiiiiUiiluiici,' ir Jletfititer. Tl IB."llIt of mill |"rolerly> | UD- I II Ft. Pierce

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and pressure of selfish groups who

through them gain power to stifle NOTICE OF ELECTION .

competition, regulate prices and |

gain control, with little concern for
I WRIMAfl. The C**Ma( 4 .( 141ndcr fcr the hTMlmeat at rinHnf faMI, hereafter owned MMh I Pled hi of Bute.
public Interest or welfare < UM Connututloo ol 1M9 ot the Mid. Board may us* the tnfclng funds o by till State of.. shall June U I .ttM territory MnSratei to MM .

Mate ot Florida did pass 9 Joint created (or said bond ot any county PU In a to be IJ.A aid Election Precinct
We told that such boards are
are BesoluttatM Om"IO to 82 inclusive. and 26 to 32 IncluaX**,
propaslnc anundawnt 10MM or special tow and the
bridge district. or
necessary to safeguard our health CoMtltutsaa UM State at fiatH other unit bereunder to purchase the IW. O a F W.t I aUTO Proooslng. and except ouch part of Election p
Section 1
and the same were agreed to n matured er maturing bondi p rtlc1pctloff hall Om.IO. lo Comll a aendent Aol emote numbered and 81 as .
pocketbook or serve ol n. memb O the State
our ,
protect ,I O te Cntlttl o east of the wwtera Snore Sl.osyBay
a vote at three-fifth of all the member lIerela) ot any other county or from Census and a
some other Interest vital to our elected to each Bonne- that the other special road and bridge dlatrlot .... e January 1. 1M1 who shallb 1"ld Rl.tl"Amending Section 1. .

Welfare and Is pointed out that vote OB said Joint Resolution were or other apeclal taxing district thereof appointed by the Gvro. subjectto ooroment. b a* to Designate Another of the said 0"1
entered npon then respective .Vrarnala! provided that a. to aald. matured confirmation by The Broward County e a Senatorial District Districts shall comprise
such boards cost the taxpayer with the yeas and nava thereon and bond.. the value! thereof u an IntMt- members so appointed shall annually and designate. Calhoun County which was on the Ut day of April,

they are maintained they did determine and direct that ment shall be the price paid therefor select one of their members a* Chair and Oulf County a* a Senatorial Dtetrtct 1941 embraced In Commissioner District -
nothing as the said Joint Resolution be submitted which ehall ant exceed the par value man of the Commission No 2 u dMeb In Book .

from the fees or licenses collected. to the electors of the State at plus accrued Intereet and :rat amid 2. Th nl membel ot the Commission BB IT RESOLVED BT THE LEGISLATURB of the Mlnuue County Commissioners
the General Bert Ion IB November nveatment ahall .bear I therate appointed on January of said County. at page 194
have been the habit OP THE FLORIDA
Maybe you 1M9 of three (S) per cent per annum 1. 1943 "b shall serve respectivelyfor That the STATOP to et seq except the territory embraced

of getting your pants pressed at HOW I A GRA'"r.tal (e) The said. Board than annually one two three. four and five Section 3 of Article T of the Constitution In the aforesaid Election Precinct of

the little shop around the cornerIn 'l'H'Jl'RJRI ot the 'rate of lie laId fund i IB each county account ,er At the expiration of each of of the Stt of Florida relative Election numbered Precinct 24 and 23 number and such 10 pt lie
first to current principal terms a shall be appointed -
pay .
hereby notice that t luoee.o to Census .5apportlonment.designating
your neighborhood It was Po'da. d and interest maturing U any of Mid to serve fO a term of five Broward County as the east ot the western shore of BlscayneBay

mighty convenient and they oi.l GENERAL ELECTION I bond. and Kiunllne or other fuel tax ,ers thirty-ninth (39) Senatorial District

be la each county In Florida anticipation certificates of inch coun7 3 The member of the Comml"lo and Calhoun County and Oulf County Th County Commissioners who
charged you 15c while the large h.11 next succeeding the first t or special road and bridge district shall receive no compensation as the fortieth 140)) Senatorial District shall be elected In Dade County at the

with and fleet T..da A D 1943 the or other special tasin I i services as such but each Commissioner b* and the same I* hereby agreed, to general election In 1942 .hal hold of*
operator a big plant No"emhP district thereof: astabteh flee for the term of years for
his necessary and be submitted to the electors
of trucks charged you 25c The I said Tes"a, being the I a Unking hun:eeunr to meet .hal reel.expenses Incurred whie tr.elnl of the bal of Florida for ratification which they shal Have been eletl

THIRD DAY OP NOVEMBER future requirements of said bond and In the discharge of his or rejection at the General Election ,o and their of office no
little fellow, with a low overhead guollne or other fuel tax anticipation ficial duties but such shall not O- be held on the tint Tuesday after the be affected by this amendment:

and neighborhood customers man tor the rtnr.to or rejection, of the certificate where It appears the anticipated ceed the sum 1600.00 In any one first Monday In November 1943 8 thereafter there shall be In each of
said proposing Income for any ypar or yean o follows: the Districts established by and In
aged to make a living and as far amendment to the OonatltutlO of will not equal. scheduled payment ea pursuance of. this amendment aCounty
I 4. Among the ) granted to the Section 3 The Legislature that shall
the State of Florida : thereon* and third any remnlnln balance ) O.e. Commissioner who resideIn
as you could see he did as good vz Commission by be meet In regular session A D 1925 and .hal
A JOINT RESOLUTION Proposing out of the proceeds of said two Ihal his District but who nominated -
the fellow the power to fix bag limits fix those that meet every ten venn and elected. from th County at
work as big an Amendment to Article t of the (2o cents of said taxes shall monthly .hal
open and closed seasons, on a stateWide thereafter apportion the representation -
Lane Every County Commissioner of
Constitution of the Florida during the year be remitted by said
But jour board, the one your leg- Relating to Taxation Stat Finance by board an follows'! Blffhtv (80%) nay regional or local bails aa It may In the shallprovide Dade Colnt. who shall be elected at
find to be and to regulate for (40'natorlal DistrIcts -
Adding Thereto an Additional Section cent to the Stute Road Department forth appropriate forty the R.n'rl In 1944 and thereafter -
Islature created to help and protect the .
: manner and method of taking such nitarlvaquual
bold office for term of
Creating a State Board of Administration construction or reconstruction of .h.l a
you, sends an Inspector to the little ; Prescribing Its Powers and State Roads and bridges within the transporting. storing and using birds. In population as practicablebut In tour The DWer duties andcompensation
fur bearing anlmali fresh water County shall be divided .
license and Duties and for the ot county or for the hope or purortnoeof .m.. no of .1ch C01nt. Commliwloner"
shop They slap a may- Proceeds of P..ldlns Cent per U of brldeen connecting State hlhwv rptle and amphibians The making such apportionment and shall as to

be a fine on Its owner and Inform the Gasoline To Other Motor Fuel Tax within the County and twenty <20Tper > 11 also have the powerto each District shall have one SOhtor'. time provided bv law
acquire bv purchase gift all property I provided that Broward "
for (1)) the Payment and Retirementof cent to the Board of County Commlmloners Anprved by the Governor May 2
him that hereafter he must charge ne..ftl useful or convenientfor dn shall constitute the Thirtyninth30thl IP41
All Outstanding Bond Issued By of nuch rrmntv for use on Calhoun
the In and -
the Senatorial Dlntrlct
you 30c to press your pants. You Any County or Special Road and "finds and brldires therein exercise of Its Omml"lon County. Florida and Cult Conn 28 Filed 1941 in office Secty of State May

Bridge District Prior to First Day of tdSo] ," Board shall have the the For-
of course never heard of the cockeyed S. The Commission shall appoint ty. Florida shall constitute
A. D 1931. for Road and BridgePurposes
July. nowcr to make and enforce all rule fix leth 40) Senatorial Districtand: af
the salary of and at pleasure remove -
board; you naturally assume and for (2)) Public Highway 'I' and regulations nepe..nry to the full a suitable person as Director the same time the Legislature shall A JOIVT RESO'UTION Propn'nl'

neighborhood friend is tryingto Purposes exercise of the powers hereby ,erantpd and such Director shall have such alTO apportion the representation In i en Amendment to Section 1 Art-Ie
BB IT RESOLVED BT THE LBC1I8LATCRE and no leelnlatlon shell be required to and duties may be prescribed the House of Renrwentatlves. and X of the Constitution of "
stick you. So you quit him cold OF THE STATIOF FLORIDA: render this amendment of full force 3y powers the Commission. In pursuance of hall allow three (3)) Representativeto lating to Homestead and Exemntlono .

just to show your Independence and That the to and operating effect from and after its duties under this Section Such each of the five mot ponulo'it as to Permi the Wane ".11' orIncome
Article IX of the Constitution of the Tamtarv 1st IMS The teelslntnre Director shall subject to the approval counties and two ((2Rpnr..n.t. .* source What..e
gleefully pay some other operatorthe State of Florida relating to Taaton'' hall continue the levies. of said taxes of the Commission. appoint fix the to each of the .Ieht..n Due to any Person the Head a

Increaesd price In spite of the and Finance by adding a. during the life of this Amendment salaries of. and at pleasure remove nonulons oOlnt" and one Renresenatlve lly as Provided T.reln. to be the
dltlona section to be known S. and shall not enact any law rmvlnn and other employees who to the remaining counties Stiblpct of to the Extent .
fact that It was you and your board' .In of said Article IX the effect of withdrawing the proceedsof shall.I.tantl.have such powers and duties aa of the State at the time of such of not more than 25% thereof In
said two Scl Cents of said tAxesfront the Le 1.1ature'all the Courts of this State May be
Sat Board ot pre may be aKstcmed to them bv the Commission ipnortlonment Should na
that put him out of business Its powers and dutle and the operation of this amendment or the Director. No Commissioner to apportion the representation In Provided bv Law for the Payment of

Or maybe jour neighbor with'' providing for the u of pr.ed The Board shall pay refunding shall be eligible for any euch.PPolntm.nt the Senate and In the Hnuse of Rep any Obltcntlons ArMng by Express or
ot two cent per the expenses and other expenses for nervcea or employment .M.ntfttv. at any regular session of Imnlleil Contract S'lbnenurat to the
the twins got a cow so as to have or other motor fuel oa' for (1> the rendered ipeetflfallv for or whichare resulting from the L.let.tur at any of the times Adoption of this Amendment: and

plenty of milk for the kids. It wasa payment and ot all outstanding properly chargeable to. the account operation of the Commission and from I.r.ln ..Ia.te. It shall be the ""t\ Further Prov\"lnl\ ompto" thereto
of from funds distributed .. In Cases th.nTw.nt".tt..e
bond Issued by any county any county the administration of the laws and .., or Leelstaturn auc- of Income
nice kind-faced cow and It gave or special and bridge district to mich county but general expense regulations pertaining to bird gems .ei>dln. such regular sessIon of the Dollars ner Week Except

prior to the First D of July A, D of the Board for services rendered. all fur bearing animals fresh water fish 'ei.1slntitre. either In Sneclnl / Rewi. .. to Necessities' of Life a May be
excellent and
milk seeing
your 1931 for road pur)08e. the counties alike shall be prorat 1 reptiles and amphibians together with tar session to annnrtlon renre Dr-flned >v the Legislature

neighbor had more than he needed and for ((1) publlo highway purpose mong them and r ald out of sold<, any other funds specifically provided "entatlon In the. frnntp and In the BF IT RF10LVTO BY THT LFCIISI -
Is hereby agreed to and shall be submitted funds on the same batl said tax pro for ourpoee shall the ffntwe nf Representatives. as herein ATTJPE OP THE STATE OP FLORIDA:
deal eon.ttt\t
you made a to buy a couple to the electors of the State of reeds' are distributed among the xevral a-I Pund and used nrovMed The n.'n"' recnilar I".d. That the folowlnl amendment to Sec

of quarts a day from him. Gosh Florida for ratification or rejection at countiesprovided! report of by the Commission It shall deans "Ml or remilar State C.nsm which tion 1 of the C<>n.tltltlonof
the next General Election to be beld 'aid, exien.es shall he made to each. fit In carrying out the provision "wr shall have. been taken nearest Florida authorizing the garnishment -
you hadn't had any milk like that t 1943 follows: Pec-uler Cession' of the egMnture' hereof and for no other purposes nv annortlonment nf P.ore'.ntatlve. of any wares. alftl or Income

since you left the farm-It looked "Section 1( (a). That beginning ind the tee-Mefure. may limit the expenses Comml'"lon m. not obligate .T. I In the Senate and In the Home ofenrMentatlven due any Or.on who head of a
of the Board bevond the resources of h' shall cnn'l, in mnkng family n. nrnvlded therein. to the ent .-
January 1st. 1943 and for (ISO)
like! milk and tasted like milk and years thereafter. the fift two Approved by the Governor Miy, 13 State Oft m. Fund unless' .n.rleal\ such urmortlonment In th. e...' '" of '
the best part of It was he only (Jc) cent gallon of the total tax 1941. w> an*>iorl7ed bv the t..I.tA1tr., the I<."|.|Rfure shall fell to r intv-T .> la b rphv niri>, it! to and .hll he sub-
levied by pr State law upon gasolineand Plied! In office Secty of State Mav T The Teiisiature mav enact any Ion the representation ,.In the "t tinture '*Mtte<1 to *t'c rr if State In
charged you 12c a quart otter like products of 13. 1941 law In aid of but Inron.l.t.otwih. as renulred' bv tM endment the General Flsrtion of Renrenentattveii -
petroleum the. provisions no this amend th. om'ernor srinll rwlti'n fhlrtv di"ft In 1942 for their approval or re-
known the Second
But one day an Inspector 'from and aow other a* fuel' used 08 T. and ell exl tlng laws Inconslot- 'f the rt1rmrnm"nt' of the remilnrwwlorl (pctlon: th.t la to say that Section 1

your milk board called on your motor upon vehicles' shall a. propl JOINT RESOl UTI"N Proposing ent herewith shall no lon 'r remainIn call the leMslature topetheri of be amend-d by adding
nendment to the Constitution of ertrn"dnlrv!! session rr consldo'. 'h.
placed monthly I In the 'State Roads force and effect All laws fixing reto the following Section:
neighbor and that was the last milk Distribution In the Stats Treasury he State of Florida to be known as pennltl. for the violation! of the provisions ,.i. nii"Mon nf resrmortlonment and Section J-A That the "alary.
you ever got over the back fence and Fnd'Into thre (31 equal Section 3 of Article XVII. Relating to thIs amendment and s1! law 'ich. ...t.nrln.1'1..I"n. !. of the I,ear.ifttpre wore and Income from any Sourcewhatsoever
parts which shall distrIbutedmonth Amendment Imnoolng Ir.n.. tatea .h.1 he enacted is m."ont"rl" due and owing! oc become
I'll It was-from *
then on re-innm-Mon a
say you I, among the several counties BB FT RESOLVED BT THK LEGISLATURE by tRIMlfttur. from timeto n bpfnr due and owing to any person

got it from the guy that wakes you follows: OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA time -emilrM' by this amendment such ertrnnrrtlnrv who ii. the head of a family rp."lnl,
That the following Amendment, to Annroved bv the Governor May S s ai"-"nment (and 'in th' State be the .
at 3 and all One part according to area one part .. lon for rennnor1onicnt .h.1
up a. m tramps over be known M Section 3 ol Article XVIIof l"'1 r.U.r "nrnlehment .. courts of this
According to population and one part rr exnlre a'
jour flower beds. Of course Its contributon. the present Constitution be and In office Secty of State MavJ tin" not t. 'ml.1 state as mav be provided by law to
according to the f..1 of at all tipPI51.aflfll'irtiflflmaflt
count. the same t I. hereby aimed to shall be 1941 he en t".nt. the eu'ent of not more than 25% of
Pasteurized, Homogenized and San. t the cost Sta. road con submitted to the electors of the Stateat Is effi"ed cod sh 0" .rh .alary wases and Income forthe
in the ratio distributionas .. other than such
'on.dae rtn h. **
itized but it ought be at 20c the general election of Representatives payment of anv nhlimtlons arimngby .
to a provided In Chapter 19659 Law of A Propostre -.wrv*. 1
to be held In tbs year A D. 1942 JTV RESOlUON .n..t express or Implied contract subsequent -
quart I And your neighbor could Florida Act of 1931. and for the purpose to-wlf in Arl.le Plv of the nproved by the Governor June 1 to the adoption of this
of apportionment based on 3onstltutlon. of Florida by AddingFhereto
not afford to keep a cow Just for the counties' contribution I for the Section 3. D at any regular or special an ddltlonal Section Relatng 'Q4I. amendment provided' however that
or extra session the Legislature Plied In office of Secretary of State the Legislature, shall not extend the
his own use so he gets back In lint lot of State of the road cOMtretlo.* the- b t y yot ot three-fourths of all members to th' Election of CI.rllt Indie ('me 9 1941A rl''hr of rarnlKhment herein Provided

elected each House shall determine BB IT RESOLVED BT THE LEOISATURl where the 51 or lees
Just like you did all on account of lished by the certificates made In 1931 to .alftl 0
that an emergency requiring OP THE STATF OF FLORIDA ncr week excent ... of life
said Chapter 1S6S9. shall .
your nice little board. be punuant taken to and deemed conclusive ineomputlng an early decision by the electors of the That Article S of the Constitution O JOINT RESOLUTION' VTTI Pro""nl if the as may from time to time defined
Amend" enc to Article
the ot Florida be amended bv i n hv the legislature
State exists an amendment to this
used to cut the monthly amount distributable St. additional Sectionto Constitution of the State of Florida ..
Maybe Tony yourhall' Constitution dealing with the subject an .opr. bv the Governor June H.
according to '
44 of said Relating to County and Municipal
be known Section 1941
matter of such emergency may be proC'e.rr as
for a quarter But liked tions Such funds *o distributed
you .h.1 and If the proposed Amendment article relating to the Election of Clr- Governments p".* in a'nc, Secty of State June

Tony. He had a little one-man Administration be administered by. the hereinafter State to by a -t Tot wit Judges be. and the same U hereby BE IT ENACTED BT T LEOIStATURB t 1941. .

lot of and a p of all the members elected to each agreed to and ob.1 be submitted to Of THE STATE FORHHThat .
shop, plus a personality, vided
Rouse the same shall be entered upon the electors of State of Floridafor the "
he seemed to have a knack of (b) The Governor .Chairman. the their respective Journal with the veu ratification or rejection at the tide Vin Constitution of thr A JOIN RESOLUTION P"lnl
Btate Treasurer and the State Comptroller and nays thereon. Thereupon at the General Election to be held o the State of Florid relating to County the of Section
trimming you the way you wantedto shall constitute a Body corporate same session the Legislature shall provide first Tuesday after the tint Monday and Municipal Government to be tide XVI of the Constitution of Pier-

be trimmed. Then you weren't known as 'StatsBoe.rd for a special I election to be held >n November 1942 .follows numbered Section 11 of laId Article Ida Relating to Taxation of Property
of A'ln on, wc'Board not 1 leas than ninety nor more than "Section 45 Judges anal! VIII be and the same Is hereby agreedto of Cornoratlons with Certain Exemptions -
pestered with some fluff wantln'to hall all the power contrlad one hundred eighty days after adJournment Hereafter. be Clreul the qualified and shall be submitted to the electors for RellRlou Scientific Municipal

polish nails somebody authority ot the statutory Bod and for publication of electors of their respective ludlclaltrcult of the State for ratification or Educational Literary Fraternal
your or Administration Board which rejection' at the next general electionto or '. .
Sid .ba' notice r"lat special election other Slate and County Chnrfft" Prlo.
,..an tin' to shine your shoes. Tony have, In addition to powers the proposed Amendment shall be iff Ida'n are a elected be held In November 194J to-wlt RJ I RPSOTVTO BY T I,FOT3t -

knew just what you wanted so hedidn't may b conferred upon and It by supervision law the submitted to the elector of the State The first election of Circuit Judges Section 11 The County Commls TTr OP THJ tTTOPFn"IAI
control for approval or reJection providedthat who be Section 1
Daasement. : Election sloners of Dad County
beld at the ahal
hall be Tot
try to crowd a singe or o proe ot said two (2c> cents U a general election of Representative In 1948 to take Oene.a firstTuesday elected at the general election 1942 amendment to 18 of ArticleXVI

shampoo or tonic on- Tony was said ad all money. and oe to to occur within said period after the first Monday In shall Immediately after the beginningof nf the Constitution of the State
you. assets which on the .fetl.' dcte 0 such Amendment shall be submitted 1949 for a term of six their terms of office redistrictDade of Florida relating to taxation of the
glad to cut your hair for a quarterand this amendment are or to the elector at such general election. 'anlay.terms of all such office as e.they County Into five County Commissioners' property of corporations with certain
ot the
become applicable to the bond Districts to b* numberedby ... for religious. scientific mu-
you were satisfied or you would several counties ot this any ihall severally exist at the time of .mltlo"
If a majority of the elector voting adoption of this Amendment be the said Commissioners from one Hterare fratera
have gone elsewhere-but the bar- other special special road and taxing bridge district district thereof.issued or. upon the proposed Amendment shall and they are hereby extended.hl terminate t five rMpeet.ly. and delineate the or charitable. purposes b
adopt the Amendment the same shall first after Use ; District in such same Is hereby agreed and shallHe
ber board made his price road on the Tuesday hondarle
Tony put prior t July 1st. 191. fo word become a part of this ConstitutionThis first Monday In January 1949." manner aa to Include within the respective subm''.'.d to the. electors" ot the

up to' SOc and so he went out of and bridge purposes Amendment shall not be held to.itnersede Approved by the Governor. June Districts territory as f.lloW'One State rvf Florida for ratification orrejection
herein shall includehnrd
Bond a* used **r "i* anywise affer .nexlstlni 1 of the said Commissioners'' Districts sr the n..t reneral electionto
business. Another case where a nm wniTant". not. and other the be held In 194" In to thaI
issued roan provision ot the Constitution 1941.Fled m office of Secretary State .hBI cmprl.e terrltol .
nice little board that costs the tax fo ot Idebtdne.* county for orspecial relating to Amendments but shall be 1941 o which on li day the said flection 1f of Article X of
rd purposes by any regarded a* an additional method lu. 1. 1941. embraced Election Precincts the Constitution the State lolon
payer nothing meddled In your per road and bridge district or Amendment thereto numbered 24 to 32 Inol".'"" he amended to
other taxing dtatlet out A JOINT R' UUT1ON Proposingan of Flection Precincts ... .
sonal affairs. ecl 1st refunding Approved by the Governor liay > Amendmuu trtlcl Sixteen ol and also inch cart fnlo.
a 10 M 89 and 81
"Section 18 The property of all
No, these boards don't cost youa hall bar Issues the thereof Statutory Said.. Bd 1941Piled U office Sect of State. May ft the thereto Constitution additional Florida Section by Permitting adding. Me east of the western Ih"r of Biscavne I corporations. excent the prnnertv of a
established by a resolution J
a Bay. all as
Commissioner and 1941 to vest the Power corporation which shall construct a
thing, brother In taxes. But they Board of County the tRI.latu of the County Commissionersof
shin or bsree canal across the nenln-
Bond and ot any other Regulations Relating -
of 14
are costing you hundreds of dollarsIn Authot Tt road and brldRIdl.tc. A JOINT RESOLUTION Proposing to the Conservation of SaltWater tIns said County adopted.. Resolution November No 1,10 f Florida If the Legislature

nickels. dimes and quarters that and other special taxing dis an Amendment to Article lof the Fish and Salt Water Products 1071- designated should so enact wh..tler h"ltn"
with regard to said Constitution of the state ot FloridaPimve Board or Commission or hereafter .hol Ib-
a shallcomprise
you wouldn't otherwise be paying. bonds t8e that the p.er to levy to the Executive Dpartmen" BB IT RESOLVED BT THE LEGISLATURE Another o the territory sail D.tl1e 'hetltor. |feet to taxation wn1e.. no.
be held and used to the
then boards ad valorem taxes u withheldfrom by Adding thereto an STATE OF FLORIDA 1st day !
But such are mighty OP THE which on the '
and shall take overall tion to Create a dame and FreshWater .. one-fourth th.rPf
said board) That Article Sixteen of the Constitution '941. embraced In Commis j fn relIOI.
convenient for ihe politicians. They and record Fish CommissionBE Awl scientific municipal "
op I of the State of Florida be District Mo 4 and Counmissloners' -
Said IT RESOLVED BT TUB LEGISLATURE "erary fraternal or charitable nornoses" -
provide many a juicy appointmentand tb same Bd amended by adding thereto an addi District Ho S a* described In
from OF THE -STATE OP FLORIDA "" this amend-
hall have power be known of the Coun P..I" ho..r
Section to
then all boards must have law Mm* to Issue refunding bonds cme t ma- That the following Amendment t tonal said. Article III .Satlo* Bk of the Minutes said County at spent not .ff.t provision
Article IV of the Constitution ot Comml..lon.r o of Sections 11 and 14 nf Article
tare within the said fIfty C year
yers who are also appointed to get period. for any of said outstandingbonds State of Florida rlatl.to the Executive Legislature to vest the uower of m- pan et scot ,nf the Constitution' of Florida D
and regulations
rules Another of the ,
lovely fees.Between or Interest thereon and to se- Department addlnl thereto a conservation ing of salt fish and District sid Omblon. Approved b the Governor .Tune It
Section wat BhaI cmprt. tent l541
additional known
them by a pledge of anticIpat salt water product In or commission which day )
legislative sessions can- receipts l from .such gasoline o olbe Section 30 of said Article 17 creating be and the ba hereby 1841 o In f1 DMtrtet Pled tn office Secretary of State
fuel to be such a Game and Fresh Water Pith Commission to and be submitted embr. OmIloner' "F" 11. 1841
didates for every office from con- dtatbut but be and the earn to hereby agreed .ba t .d.be Bk
herein no the State of of the minute The votes east in compliance with
stable to governor glibly promise to .a greater rate ot Interest than agreed tr and hall be submitted (", a'at O t. rejection Po of said County at e. said proposed and the

abolish all these boards and com- d BOW bear and t I. sell o the Electors of the l..t of Florida General Bet_ o t b held on the mlton.alt also an the territory which leavnae. amendmIt. retuna
for or at the e
_e.on behalf of aY ty or ntlt.tlo rJalO first 1 tint Monday tint day of Awl. 1941 (the shall be subjected to the MOM
missions, which so far has meant fo the .purpose of retiring e toe bed on the la $ .embr. U43. tO; m Election Pnet num reI.tlo. and restriction .are
first Tuesday MondayIn embe p
only that they would create a lot aid M le by ct. orMasr o M follow Beetlon 3 The Ucislature may be to n estab by law for general election .
a dlc "oem 19 From and after Jan vest In Board or Oomailaslon, I.h": by the aforesaid Resolution No the Sate of Florida
fool iBswtel
more. Some day maybe some Sin 3
Bsotlae *r -l the management restoration now created 0 .may be enatedby D Ton wmuor. i
legislature will abolish all of them srtineatw o eoneervatloa and regulation O It aulbot ma end Mtabliib Another e rtM MM Dlstrlet e set my .

MS* tka tftree (t.'t.- the btnfev t bearing rules a Nat regardto comprise t tt which and affixed the Oust
and then woudn't you and I be 8 '
relating the
Bl eth and fresn of tbt) tl lit 141. Stats of Plorkte, .Taalahaasee -
In an awful fix? M each MSB wtttUn ..arty PtorMB. and .t teqvtorttOB, 1-0 to the _nto 0 salt* vats* Q Commissioner- "Dt R. I I- tee OaprM. ..
and ataae** BBd MN dteartbed hi Book $ w day Anrsst A. ,
V ... ,. ,U. of the County OosnmUrtoBsr *aMOrmnty CHUT. -I'
' ADVERTISE a. I .._ .' SiL'-- 11 .. Seontar* fMH
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