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 11, 1942
Publication Date: -1992
Frequency: triweekly[<1989>-1992]
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Newspapers -- Okeechobee County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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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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HARBOR PEARL fine' (@ktrrhnbtt Nrw BONDS STAMPS AND!


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Volume 28 Number 12 Okeechobee, Florida, Friday, September 11, 19 t2' Price Five Cents

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MEN' IN SERVICEEDITOR'S le&son."Sub. i.uiee"Pl'monIhlch la- the subject will be of readin the Largest Yet Held At The Pens Of will Four be on Okeechobee hand for the County opening girl of: ,; MEN IN SERVICE

school at the Florida State College
Churches of Christ, Scientist, -
Dixie Cattlemen's Association at Tallahassee! on September 14. j I
NOTE.-We are very throughout the world on Sunday Those attending from here are: Mrs. C D. Harden received a

anxious to have the name and address September 13. Misses Mary Lena Watford Minnie I I message last Friday announcing
The Golden Text Is,: "Thy name, -- J that her brother, James Caraway
of each boy from Okeechobee 3rd. 418 Miss Edna Pearce the Lee McCarthy, Charlotte Henderson I
endureth for ever; and thy On Thursdey September had
0 Lord. been killed In action some-
County who in order is in that the service this list of his memorial 0 Lord, throughout all head of cattle brought $13,800 at steer market at $9.40, bought by and Mary Lee Withers. where In the Pacific and that his
may the sale held at the of the the Miami Packing Co. VBond
135:13: ) pens -- had
generations"Psalms body not been recovered at the
be complete If you have not already -
Dixie Cattlemen's Association in The demand exceeded the sup
--- time of the message from the Navy
all -
turned In the of
Okeechobee. ply at this sale. Fourteen packer Sale In This
department. The
of relatives who in the announcement
jour are 201 head of calves brought $7.50 and feeder buyers were present.
Marines do Sugar CorporationPaid stated that they were unable to
Army, Navy or please
to $14 00. 13$ head of cows brought I (I
to at once so that our list will be The management of the Okee County Reached Its give any details due to the fact
complete $6.00 to 900. 54 head of steers chobee market will sincerely appre- that It might give Information to r

Much Taxes brought $7.80 to $!) 40. 21 head of I ciate it If the sellers will In the I I the enemy. He was a Chief Radioman -

Albert Smith, U. S. S. Kelauea I bulls $7.60 to $9.40. An unreported future attempt to get their stockto Quota YesterdayIt ;, with the Pacific Fleet and had
somewhere on the Atlantic. Son of During Last Year number of heifers sold for $7.30 to I the pens early before the sale been In the Navy five years. Hishome

Aft and Mrs. Ashberry Smith of $1280. All of these prices per hundred I. starts, in order that the sellers can .. was it; Miami.

pounds. grade their cattle as they desire u *
Okeechobee.: Enlisted in the Navy
is with extreme pleasure thatI
Murray Fulford topped the calf There are no lighting facilities at News has reached here that Corporal
April 16.. 1942.- Cie'.U!.,'on. Fla Sept 7. More market at $1400, bought by Swift am able to report that Okeechobee -
the pens at the present time, and Durwood Llghtsey of this city
than $2000.000 In taxes have been County has again passed its
& Co.
the sale must be finished before it has arrived with a convoy some-
Fred Smith, in Service School at
paid to local, county state and Murray Fulford topped the cow (quota ol War Bonds and Stamps.
too dark. where In Great Brltlan. Duiwoodis
Norfolk, Virginia Son of Mr and tedeial governments by the U. S. market at $900, bought by the sets This Is the fifth month the Government ,
Kin. Ashberry Smith of Okeechobee The local sellers would performa with an army- anti-tank division
Sugar Corp. during the past year, Okeeohobee County Cattle Asso- has set a definite amount
Entered service April 16, 1942. great kindness if they would and will probably see plenty of
according to the corporation's annual :at ion of War Bonds and Stamps to be
000Private bung In their stock early, and that action within a short time.
report just published. Quinn Bass topped the bull mar- purchased by each individual county .

Pete Leitner, somewhere Officials of the sugar company not at $940. bought by the Dlir.Saiisige would allow the long-distance haul t And this is the fifth month the

overseas with Infantry. Son of | revealed today that the company's do. ers the needed time Just before the people of Okeechobee county have Harvey Hamrick son of Mr and
Mrs R. E. Hamrick of this city, has
Ur. and Mrs. C. A. Leitner of Okee- sale '
i tax contribution totaled $2.298.541,, Julius Pearce topper the heifer (gone to bat and showed the Government -
eht bee. Entered service January I lecently been transferred from
i during the past year. Wages and market at $1200 bought by Swift The date of the next sale will be and our citizens who areaway Windsor Locks, Conn., to Dow Field, '
9. 1942. ;I
:, salaries aggregated $2,835,616 for thei & Co. Thursday, September 17. doing their part, that we at Bangor, Maine. Harvey Is now a

i year ended June 30. Expenditures! Y home are going to take care of I

Sergeant Huey Olenn Watford, i for {merchandise materials supplies I their needs and back them to the 'sergeant having recently been pro
I have become proficient -In moted from the rank of corporal.
radio operator at Port Bragg, North etc, most of which were purchased The Observer limit Our quota. for the monthof .
such skills as dish washing,
Carolina Son of Mr. and Mrs W.
within the state and Including sub- 1 September is $4,100. Our salesas
T. Watford Enlisted October 29, scrubbing floors wailing on tables, I I Miss Wild a Lights, the only
stantial amounts to neighboring checked at the post office at
making up beds, and such things. ', woman nurse now serving with the
I farmers totaled $2.570.553 Freight Hv "Bill" rareIETTIK noon Thursday was 4125. This is
This training eventually should armed forces of the United States
created operations for wonderful showing and it being
by company a ,
qualify a fellow for making some from. Okeechobee County, has arrived
Private First Class Herman K. the railroads, and in turn expendedby only the 10th of the month I look
lady a "good wife". safely in Australia. She has
Watford, radio operator, at Fort the railroads for taxes, wages, I am rrrUin that everyone enjoys for' us to run our percentage up to'', commissioned
This good ole Virginia weatherhas been a Second Lieutenant
Betuimg Georgia. Son of Mr. and materials amounted to $1.030.29'. | receding and reading Idlers our average of 300 by the end of
been very pleasant here In the United States Army.
Wn. W. T. Watford. Enlisted Stockholders were paid $529.850 on from friends and relatives i he month. Our sales would show
l l.itflv. Tin temperature has been Miss Lightsey entered the military
October 29 1940 their investments. as well as I do .:.ach higher at this date were it
e about 52.58 degrees this week,- service as a nurse at the time of
During the year the company And doubly so, 4'at not for the fact that many are
Bd'rome !i'st t good "Jap killing" weather.Okie's the opening of Camp Blandng at
of and
Fred Mr.
son produced 85.H3 tons of sugar and tills line, if holding back to buy their Bonds
name is famous far and Siaike wh'ie she served for many
Mrs. R Borome, Sound Operator 4.731 873 gallons of molasses. It also they are from and Stamps at the Theatre Box
wtd'$. Del ton Harden sent mecopies months before being transferred.
Third Clan, yow stationed at made available! the only supply the keys in the a 'w Party to be held-at the Gilbert
of the "Mews" several *
Brooklyn. New York on a new source In the United States for the armed forces, if Theatre next Wednesday night, .

minesweeper and sub chaser. Enlisted esserrial: I oil of lemon grass, and from nearby 9 weeks ago and my buddies read"ide's September 16. Sergeant Herman Watford who
column with mUd interest Is stationed at Fort has been
in 1942. Bragg
In the
Navy May
provided feed for live stock, offlcitls HI a M (1 Ing. or my.A Much Interest Is being taken in
confined to the hospital for sev-

Corporal John H. Walker, son said. lia.far off Austra I received a letter from my this unique method of selling War eral weeks but has Improved to

-- V ---- former State Supervisor this Bonds and Stamps. Many of the such an extent that he was ableto
of Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Walker '
I have
reIEt: neck In which he advises me Joe ladles of the community have! already leave the hospital last week.
Jr., mechanic in ground crew '
Letterforms ceived or
In the United States Army Air The mail many Inters from our boys away N'trdrrt: has been called Into milIt pledged themselves to prepare Herman and his brother Hughey.Ot .

;!! V service. I am sure our gaintaiR'"is'your .boxes for this ocqaslon. I I tr ll"Inll'dame -
somewhere In Aus- n llt e. hg cam
Crpb flattened<; hnm but plot ;
'> f.rnl1l ".pnce ocs ,i ( immediate Ions,' want to I'emlnd.he\ ladies again to1 together ana"nave been'"
ttMia Ennsted WArmy In October HowTo Bs
permit publishing them all. The
I this date in mind Wednesday I
and I share your regret and sympathy keep since Joining the army

1940. two below, which are copied' verbatim 1 I over his loss of service to September 16. Please deliver i *

son of Mr. and Had EverywhereField are outstanding In my opinion the community, I am sorry that your packages at the theatre by at Corporal Earl Raiford left last
Monroe Rogers
and I am passing them on '
I he had not more time to demonstrate least 2 p. m. Wednesday afternoon week for Camp Dale Mabry at Tal-
lire J. R. Rogers.!: of Okeechobee to
you. i his capabilities as a teacher U possible If not convenient to lahassee after spending a month
with the United States
rationed The first Is from Pvt. Oltls L.
do this call Gilbert's. "Tel. 54", or
i| and citizen In your community here with his mother, Mrs. Susie
Army in Texas. Entered service In Field Tampa. Sept 10.- Pippin, I'. S. Army, who Is well .' my store "Tel. 30', and we will Raiford.

July 1942. According to a War Depar'ment known throughout Okeerhobee
It Is now time for the chow see they are collected. AND REMEMBER *

announcement released at MaeDlll county This I is In answer to n whistle to blow and it Is always take great care In wrapping Smiley Waldron has returned to
Private Henry Prescott, son of Field today V-Mall letter forms "Hound Robin" It'Unhilh the I
wisp not to be on the end of that your package. Make it attractive Camp Blanding after spending several
Mrs. Martha Prescott of Basslnger, In everv community
are now Okeechobce Civic ('IubI rotl! to It may be the one that "
long huw line.Again weeks on maneuvers in North
tt tioned with Infantry at Fort and on every rural route in him <;I'nralI epk ago. (The amount and
for sells for the highest
thanking you your Carolina He got a short furloughand
Bill, Oklahoma. Entered service In the nation. letter we sent In Ottl'. by the will be !the winner ot flrstprlze,
I Kind letters of inspiration, \ou visited his fa her and mother,
April 1942. Sln e V.Mall-the fast new service five Inches wide and
mail to and \"ay.as with every (oodIh and kindest which Is $5 In Wa'r Savings Stamps Mr and Mrs. Newt Waldron here
for dispatch of :about thirty-Cue Pert long. I Then there Is second high which
personal regards to all, am, over the week end.
Andrew J. Potter, son of W. E. from American forces overseas I
and third with $2 for the
Yours very truly, pays $3, .
Potter of OkeechObee aboard the was instituted two months ago, the

U. 8. Battleship Washington. Enlisted Post Office Department has been Camp Ipl''lrRlnL'1, I Pvt. Ollis L. Fippen, lucky lady Word has been received here that

in November 1941. distributing the letter forms and ('0, O.. 13th Q.M.T.K.: U. S Army I Would you not feel proud If your Sergeant Carl Stello has arrived

they are now available at each of Bid*. T933. I Ftickage: should fell for $150 or safely In England after an uneventful -

Lawrence Sellers, son of Mr. and the 43.000 post offices In the coun- August Zfl.ion I The second is from Pvt. Herman $200: Quite possible You would trip across the water. Carl

l lira, E. O Sellers of Okeechobee, try, as well" as from rural carriers. The Okeechobee Civic Club, I, Henry Holiday (colored), feel mighty proud to think that enlisted In the Army in Januarycf

aboard the U. S. S. Arkansas. Entered without charge, MacDill Field was Okeechobee, Fla. nickname, "Useless", ant also well your personal efforts had added so this year and was transferred to

service in June 1941. advised.The. Dear Fellow Club Members: known In Okeechobee. I know large an amount to the war bud Spokane Wash., where he spent

Army Postal Service urges I received your much appreciated I I Herman well and I am sure he get, I am sure. So, let's make It several months before going across,

and most interesting "Round I is soldier a date. Gilbert's Theatre Wed .'
Private Ernest E. Ralford, son of that all persons writing to members nuking a good

Uri.: Susie Raiford of this city of the armed forces outside the Robin" letter Thursday missent nesday night Sept. 16, for the Clark Hancock has returned to
to ('o. "S"). For a few moments "Theatre Box Party" and a swell
stationed with the 14th Repair United States use V-Mail as It is I Camp Blandlng, Camp Blandlng after spending a
I sat at club meeting, enjoyed
Squadron, United States Army now not only the most expeditious your Sep. 1, 19t2.I time I ten day furlough here and at Fort

Air Corps, Duncan Field, San Antonio service possible but saves vitally a delirious meal served by I I Dear mrs-Coisart I rec the W. R. PAGE, Chairman, Meade o

\ Texas. Enlisted December needed cargo space, since this typeof "waitresses" Joe Norfleet and Mr. card and the paper and i Was Okeechobee( County .

Coker It means to me somethinggreater ; I glad to it and 1 am find and War Savings Committee.
1941. mall Is much lighter than regular get Ray Simmons of the United
than can be expressed! In
a the Same MncoiLscart
Holp you are
several of
mall. V States Navy spent days
Private Elzie Godwin son' of W V-Mail facilities have been established words-It serves as a refresherof I Will you till Mrs NixRill this week In Okeechobee with his

E. Godwin of Upthegrove Beach, at points of embarkation the pleasant times, the fellow. 1 She Piece Barn Sind that Leo A. Pellicer mother Mrs. Eugenia Simmons

with the Infantry stationed at In this country as well as in the ship and comradeship you afforded I Carton of luck Strack She' Stint .

Pickett, Va. Entered service Islands me In your club, lurches, thlm Wonts But I Did not get
Camp Kingdom, the Hawaiian
United school, etc. To me this Is symbolic thin and till Her How to Sin Miss Charlotte'Henderson Sergeant J. T Hancock, who Is
in June 1942, Australia and the Near East, you I and stationed In Jacksonville with the
of something cannot
to money thins Piece Marn. and win t get
'and expanded
Is being rapidly
United States Marines, has returned -
Private Julian Hodges son of other points. In other areas buy and there shall always I Staion I will get Fade. How IsMr
many short
there after a
Married spending
Vir.: and Mrs. Hodges of Indian- overseas, where V-Mall facilities be a warm spot In my heart for : Jim you tol Him I Was in the
for furlough here with his wife and
Okeerhobee what it has done
town, United States Army Engineers have not yet been Installed, it is army Is lie Ben Back on a flerdo children.

Fort Belvolr. Va.. Entered service sent in Its original form, being me and meant to me. and till Mr. Jim Halo for Me .
in April 1942, flown whenever planes are avail- Army life thus far has been So i Clow from a rind Miss Charlotte! Henderson, daughter
able. both Interesting and enjoyable pt Hermon Henry Holiday of Mrs. W. S. A. Henderson anA Harold McLaughlin who Is with

Sergeant Carl Stello, son of Mr --V Dally I rub elbows with yanks Camp BUnding. Fla the late Mr. Henderson of Okee- the United States Marines stationed -

and Mrs. K. E. Stello of Okeecho- crackers American Germans, Italians chobee, and Leo A. Pellicer, son of at Paris Island, S. C., arrived

Air DEFENSE UNITS:: MEET etc. alike all of them fine Mrs. Albert Pellicer of St. home this week and is spending a
!bee, United States Army Corps Quite a contrast In these two Mr. and

Oeiger Field, Spokane. Wash. Enlisted specimens of splendid American letters I will admit, but remember Augustine, Fla., were united in marI I furlough here with his parents,

In Army in January 1942. i The first meeting of the Defense citizens We have fellows In the they are both Okeechobee. tinge at St Augustine Tuesday, Mr. and Mrs, J. J. McLaughlin.

0 a Units met In the Court House last camp like the one who duringthe : I 1
I boys, and !both are sincere., Ottls September I.
Corporal David W. Cassel, Jr.,, Thursday night with a large crowd sent first week of basic trainingwas Is learning quite rapidly as he 'I II The wedding was a quiet affair : Wilbur Lanier, son of Mr. and

Mr. and Mrs. D. W. Cassel attending. A speaker was ordered to pull his butt In 1 I in Mrs Ira Lanier of East Okeechobee
ton of I!, admits And I am sure "Useless"will because' a recent bereavement
stationed with the from the State Civilian Defense moved his body Instead of the I: is now a corporal In the Tank Div-
>f Okeechobee, get his carton of "luck 1 I I the bride's family and was solemnIzed I
United States Army Air Corps al office Mr. W. E. Culbreath, who rifle stock. Compared to fellows Slrak" cigarettes If you enjoyed at 4 q'clock in the afternoon ision of the armored Force of the

Enlisted from Okee- gave an Interesting talk on the I who were brilliant lawyers In United States Army stationed at
Savannah. Oa. reading these letters, stop and In the parsonage of the First Meth-

ehouee County in September, 1940 duties and the Importance of some civilian life. think.-Don't :you believe the I odist Cburch on King: Street Dr. Fort Know, Kentucky
o' the units, after which everyone Too, our trifling U strenuousand .
boys In camp enjoy receiving letters H. M. Norton, pastor of the church,
Invited to ask questions.The But this Is necessary -
was thorough.
Jlmmle Belk, son of the cou- We informed that Private
Sergeant from friends and relative, performed the ceremony, are
Mrs. Delma Belk of Okeechobee,, Rifle Squad and Signal to condition us mentally as EVEN: MORE l pie being attended by Mrs. George Clarence Lanler, son of Mr. and

In Artillery at Seattle Wash. En- Squad meet together once a month, well as physically for the all important Make It a rule to write one letter 1 Wilson, sister of the bridegroom, Mrs. Ira Lanier of East Okeechobee,
tered service in December 1941. holding their own meetings once tasks Immediately ahead.I a week to some boy fromOkl'l'chobee and Mrs. W, S. 'A Henderson, thebride's lis In the General Hospital at
week and made a fine showing in I \ at first astounded at the I Carolina. The
mother Charleston, South
Private Paul D'Agostlna, 110Iof last night's attendance. The Negro precision and the type of organization | does not state whether he Is
Well, be a seeing ) who received her early report
The bride
Squad are to be commended for In which our Army operaales 'ou.OBIE I
Joe D'Agostlna and
Mr. and Mrs. In Okeechobee schools I a patient or an attendant .we
their fine showing. Citizens from and I can now appreciatemore education
Okeechobee. in United States Army V __ 1 have not had the opportunity to
attended this Importance and attended Florida .State Collegefor
.t Picket Va. Entered Service the outlying districts keenly the bigness check. .
Camp information preparatory are now CARD OF THINKS Women, for three years, was '
meeting to gather of the stage we
In June 1942. II V
ensemble and
in gowned in a beige
to organizing groups engaged
Class Reich- their respective districts. I know that all we American We wish to express our thanks brown accessories. Bride's roses Every man between the ages of
Private First George
Reichert of Last night's meeting proved that soldiers are blessed wth a 1eW"Ity to our neighbors and friends fur formed her lovely corsage 20 and 49 years Is a potential sol-'

art Okeechobee, on of Henry stationed H.with the Infantry ., the people of Okeechobee are trying of feeling that our friends their assistance and expressions of I Mr. tPelltoer, who attended St. dler and must be prepared to answer -

Georgia,. to pull together, and this is as'' and citizens will keep the "Home sympathy during our recent bereavement Augustine schools, Is well known when his country calls him,
at Fort Benning,
bride will make General Vivian Collins, State Director -
factor justu caused by the death of there. He and his
it should be.
in March 1941., Ftr Burnlnc", a
Entered Army- --- ...- i I D. B. MacCARTHY Important as the front Une our son their home In St. Augustine, at No of Selective Service, pointedout

(Continued on Page Two) I Commander. combat engagements Mr and Mrs. W H. Russell 54 Carrera Street. In a news conference recently.








I I Hospital Apprentice First Class Lightsey of Okeechobee, with the NOTKK Of AI'I'MCATION FOR
QJltl'l'dIl11L'l'[ l'fltS'' Marvin L. Wilson, son of Mr. and Army Tank Division somewhere in Laws of Isis

Mrs. E. J. Wilson of Okeechobee,, From where I sit. Great Brltian. Entered service in I Nulled 1 I. hereby given that Jallle.lurrlll..e .
States Naval i holder of Tax Certlllcutel.No.
Medical Corps, United April 1941,
Published Every Friday by the ) Ilia nod lua1; Coined mil I day
Okeechobee Air Station Jacksonville, Fla; Entered I of July A 3511 ; Tax CcriWcatcii
Okeechobo News Co.? nt No. an to 821 Inc., Issued the 7th day
Okeechobee County, Florida. the Navy in June 1941. t .t"" Lieut. Wild Lightsey, daughter ,f Auirimt, A, D. lull ; Tni (Cerllllcat
. S SOBoatswain's Ur of Mr. and Mrs Monroe Llghtsey No. SIS to S71 Inc., lamed the nth day:
-- -- Joe Marsh I of August, A 1), HUH; Tax Certificates
BRYANT BOWDEN .............. Editor Mate First Class Rex ?il formerly of this city but now residents I No. Mil, S23:I anil 1'-34:1:, Ustie.l the Tibdny
- -- Anderson, son of Mrs. Lizzie Anderson --.r/ of Lakeland, United States of July, A. P, 11119 i; Tax CertificateNo
Entered second class matter and brother #;" stationed in Australia I : 13N, (sailed the TIn day. of June,
as I of Frostproof Army nurse ', A. !), 1IKU! ; Tax Certlllcatel SOl DM,
July 1, 1914, at the Post Office In I of Alva Anderson of UpthegroveBeach IT'S real puzzlin' when" you couple of liMiV sounds moder- I I'-ioii 110. p.m. 1'-111. m: ''-114,

Okeechobee Florida, under the : stationed with the United I think about it... and sensible-like-and it {.. Private Curtis R. Johnson, son of 1--H3 1'-121, and I'-iiu 122 I', -I'd 1I7, r-m.I the Ota uu, day i -120 of,

Act of March 8, 1879.SUBSCRIPTION. I States Navy at Key West, Florida. Mrs. Nancy J. Johnson of Okeecho- : "September A. L>. 11)27 ; Tax CertlflcatriNo.
I I mean the way the Personally, I don't ever remem- 84, :if, :t H and 8N Issued the 3rd
Entered service In May 1942. has worked nut w.ioln. > sceln' a couple of glasses of bee stationed with the Army at hay nf September, A. I>. 1D-K: Tax

RATE I nn'-dricd alibi for. mif beer enjoyed friends, Camp Gordon, Georgia Entered rlltlnlli'i No '"A 2''U, 231, XI2: 'M3uuil
One year In advance ... ...... ... $2.00 of Mr. and < service in June 1941, M7: iHMUi'tl'the 5th day of AuKUit
Vernon L. \ son 510..c: nlinges normal,sensible person. Ortlnrotct No.: 11.1tu
Six months In advance ............ 1.00 ) any A. I>. 1U-U;; Tax
I Mrs. J. W. Burke of Okeechobee, 111) 111'.. 121, U'3, 121 and 12.1, Inxiiod -
Three months In advance ........ .75 Class at Naval Air e e If you won't get in trouble with- Private William R. Johnson, son the 2nd day of June A. 1), 1U3U ;
: Seaman Second beer, you aren't going to get in Tax 1''rlllh'.lp.0.. 4s, !>0. B2. S3, M,
I Station, Jacksonville. Entered ser Some of them's with it. I of Mrs. Nancy Johnson of Okee- r>7, 1'-5M, nil, (HI, 111 and 72: issued the
Advertising are payable on .liko the office of A. I> luiil ; Tax
'vice In 1941. boy's chobee located with the Army at :'lril dny August
the first of each month. Parties summer. of. I who always Matter of :fact, it's been my ob- I I CVrtlHi'ate* No. 43 to 40 rue, and 81,
passes away Fort McClelland, Alabama. Entered Issued the llth duy of June A I). 1032'Tax : ;
unknown publishers required to 1 fore the big baseball right along that a friend- l'-721, 724., l'-732
: VrrlhnUvi No.
pay In advance. I Private First Class Howard Ren- I glass of beer in pleasant so- I service in July.\ 1942. I nod fill. iKtuvd. the '!tit day of Au uae,
I nis Padgett, eon of Mr. and Mrs. II j Here' some others \ leads to just the opposite A. D. 1U33; Tax Certificate No8,

Reading notices In local columns, I B. K. Padgett of Okeechobee, stationed clock didn't go off." "I trouble. Corporal Wilbur Lanler, son of l lW-auvd': Tax the lot CertlHi'tite day of No October. 23 issuedthe A. 1>
10 cent a line. Rates for display I I with the Signal Corps of i money in my other suit" II Mr. and Mrs. Ira Lanier of East Rlh day of AuiriiHl. A I) 1UK.1;

advertising furnished on applica- the United States Army at Key 'I settin up with a sick : It goes along, seems to me, with Okeechobee, in Armored Force, Tax Ortlllnitf No. 20. lnnui'il the lit
companionship, and modera clay of November A.I. ). 1U37 ; Tax
tion. Classified' advertising, 2 cents Field, Merrldlan, Miss. Entered e and tolerance for the other Tank Division, stationed at Fort ,'..rtllll'nl0.. 21, 2V and 41. liHtiud

each word per Insertion. All Items service In January 1942 And then the one about : : I j Knox, Kentucky. Enlisted in June, I Tax the, Srd OrtllU'iitei,day 'of July No ,31 A., 'st.1U3U 40: ,and!.

regarding enterprises conducted for III' 'n, Now that one 1* eYes 1941. sued the nth day of August, A. I>. .
Wilson, son of Mr. 1'JIO, bill flied lame In my of Hoe ; baa
profit are chargeable at rdvertlMng Oranville N. ispcrntlu'. '
sir from where" I sit, It look iiiuilr npiiUcatlon for H Tax Ucud to
rates. and Mrs. E. J Wilson of Okeechobee i Private Clarence Lanier, son of Iw, Insui-ci\ thereon Said Certificates
there's not
because a the fellow that and gets
- I n Seaman second class in United goes !: Mr. and Mrs. Ira Lanier, of East emhrmT the following described prop.
truth in it. in trouble, and then blame arty In the County of Ukveebobee,
States Navy aboard U. S. S. North of beers" iin't Okeechobee, now In General Hospital .stale( or Klorlilii. to-wit :
"I pledge allegiance to the Flag Carolina. Entered service in Dec- Every once in a while I on a "couple Charleston, South Carolina. All Bloi'kn 1 to 4S Inclusive, less
of the Trilled States of Americaand I I the papers about some foolin' an)body lots :8 ii 11(I 12 of Block 5. Hunterliind -

to the Republic for which It ember 1941.Private . who never did know the Cut he Is beln' mighty mean and --VDOCTORS Subdivision of the N\vy of
WORK OVERTIMEThe .>,'<'. 2!>, Twp. 33 Itge.
stands: One nation Indivisible, moderation, gettin ( alr to the people that enjoy the I All lllnekn 1 to 1.) Inclusive lese
First Class Edgar J. Wil- trouble! to a sensible moderate drink Iota 1, 22. 23 and 24 or Block 7.
with liberty and justice for all. son, son of Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Wilson I. most serious problem faced I BaiMpniit'r 1'ark Snbdlvltlun, being
beer includin' couple
- ---- -. -and then protestln' -yea, a .ulMllvUluii of Loll 11 and 12,
of Okeechobee United States I "a beers." I by the medical profession today S'T. 17, Twp 33 Hg-e. 33.
somewherein had to drink was of doctors Kre 1 I), Twp. 33 Kite. 331(
IIOXOR ROLL Marine Corps stationed lies In the vast number Lot 2,

the Pacific. Enlisted more than I I beers." tltfAU{ who are being called to service I Lots Lot ..1..1 mid Sw.6.s, Ureely J"P..I.i.SuhillvUlun. It ge. 34 ::;

(Continued from page 1) two years ago i He knows It Isn't true. Joe with the armed forces lIt DecflI mid Lot II, $ec. 11) Twp. un, Kge.

Private Smiley Waldron, son of .- -.0 I nyin' that because h, I with the armed forces. It Is the I 34 The. iimvKiinpulf of said property

Mr. and Mrs. N. F. Waldron of I Private Jack Hendry. son of Mr. government's policy that American 'under ,iVrtltlcntei mailed were In the

Okecchobee, with the Infantry stationed 'and Mrs J. J. Hendry of Lake fighting men must be given the fin- IIIIIIU'H K (i. I'f lluywimil' L. A. Utithrle, South.

at Camp Pickett, Va. Entered Placid, and brother of Representative I No. 45 of a Series "-, 193, Brewing Industry Foundation est medical care possible, and doc- era L'olnnlKHtlon Co., R. Odi-ntldi-i,

service In June 1942. I Bill Hendry of Okeechobee In tors are joining up by the thous I J E. Mnvls.s. Clerk AVa, II. llonki.S. Hunt.E. (('.'II Nhlsler nown,,

the Air Corps at Denver, Colorado. ands. I)' Shimon. Rattle Wblli-hurMt. John

Corporal Jessie D. Wilson, son of Entered service July 1, 1942. Private First Class Pummel Hargraves, son j! In order to meet both military I Slniiuinm., James Will Lofton.Fend.Ed Whlttaker Joe and,
Arthur ('hoi('e,
Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Wilson of Okee- I son of Mr. and Mrs. J. F. County Supervisor of Registra- and civilian needs for doctors, medical Vera I'wiplea, E. V. HnlO.uOeorll_

chobee at Field colored son Okeechobee, in Field and Mrs. Hargraves of this definite act- Wright, 11. I.. Heaven. Eugene Johnnoil. .
stationed Moore Matthew Leroy Bass, groups are taking linlilwlre, An-
Mission, Texas. Entered service In of Leroy Bass and wife of Okee- on maneuvers In South United States Army Air | Ion. During the next three years, Iii,' Wllllunn Oni IHhr, ) Hubert JHKUP Smith. Noah

February 1942.Sergeant chobee, with the United States Entered service In August Spence Field, MoultrIe, Ga. ;' for Instance, U. S. medical schools Smith, Jntnpi London Untrue Crwllrt Knrrook .,
I December 2 1942. Promot- Alonno larrK
Army in Australia. He entered the will graduate more than 21,000 stu- Clifford ii-rnlil. Mnrv !Si'ott Holly
Julian Morrison, son of Army in May 1941. Enoch Walker, son of to rank of sergeant July 1st. dents as a result of recentlyadopted I K. HngiTK.V, II. \\ Uhflc) J. \\'. ropeUli'harilann Marie-
Ilurchlp Clcarvcrn.
Mrs. W. H. Russell of Okeechobee, I Mrs. Hulon Walker of | programs for accelerating the hind. Klchurd Admim, ('. t'. M,'Ides,

stationed at Fort Benning, Ga. He Wayne O. Burke. son of Mr. and I now serving with the First Class Lawrence education process. This is 8,000) Joe Mfll'r.v.. K.: luimiHwiy, Lnula

enlisted in the United States Armyin I i Mrs. J. W. Burke\ of Okeechobee I. Forces somewhere in the 'I Godwin, brother of Oliver' more than would have been graduated Cherry.\\'illhuus.1,5"C llilnnel.. Lewis: John, Peter Smith.14,'|llere Earl,

the summer of 1940, I Apprentice Seaman In the United '' He enlisted in the 1wln, Mrs H. T. Scott, Mrs without the accelerated pro Pauline Philips. Kiln Grunt.
i Navy in May 1937. Walker, Mrs. Vernon Light- VnleM mid Certificate shall be redeemed
States Navy at Norfolk, Virginia. grams. Recording to law, property d.-
H. (Sparky) Osteen, son of Entered service in May 1942. S SO I and Tom Godwin of Okeecho- Retired doctors are coming back icrlhed therein shall be sold to the hlab-
Private Woodrow Walker with field Artillery at Fort i Oat bidder nt the Courthouse door on
Mr. and Osteen of other doctors are
Mrs. H. H. now I Into harness, and the first Monday In the month oflirtolier.
Fort Pierce but former residents of Private William R. vanbrunt, est son of Mr. and Mrs. : Oklahoma. Entered service in working harder. The most efficient I'.M'. which la thi3th Any;

Okeechobee, with the United States stationed at Miami Walker, Sr., of Okee<: 1941. i all medical resources of October, 1U42,
utilization our
Coast Artillery, of Anted thin 4th day of Scptemlmr,
Air Corps, Foster Field, Texas En- Beach, Florida. Entered Army in serving at the Induction I Is rapidly being attained.So 1MI.

tered service In August 1941. July 1941. Camp Blanding, Starke, C. Lightsey, son of Mr and > far as the patient Is concerned ROY n.fJlAt'I.KUSOS Circuit Court of

tered the United States Van Llghtsey of Okeechobee, | authorities are urging that every- Ork Okeechohee County Florida

Private James Cousart of of I May 1942. at Norfolk, Va., with the I the (Circuit Court Si-all,
V. son Captain Ward Baggott, son I one do what he can to "spare
the late Jas. B. Cousart and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. F. H. Baggott of S 0S States Navy In the Signal'' doctor", That simply means that V -

Marion V. Cousart of Okeechobee former Private Robert C. White Entered the Navy in April OKDEK OK 1-lBMr.tTION
Panama City, Florida, but I we shouldn't ask for unnecessary TUB lI'1'ATlJIo': FLIIlIIP.'I'll;
stationed with Medical Corps at 1 residents of Okeephobee, in Army Mr. and Mrs. M. E. White :!. house calls, and we shouldn't waste I.. FIC. I'II.I.I.UI1111.1.. If imirrlpil.MUS. .
Camp McCoy, Miss. Enlisted in the Air Corps. Entered service in sum chobee, stationed with the < the doctor's time when he comes.If L. E. MILLIAI'4: whose.
I'hrlNtlan iiiinip I In to tilnliitllT unknown.ii.I.ABETII
Army in April 1942. mer of 1940. States Army in First Class LeRoy Chand- you take more of his attention M WILLIAMS( mid. It I
entered the Army In son of Mr and Mrs: Perry than actually need, someone married' t1'1'ILl.l.AM IIoI.
\ S stationed', you her biiHlinnil whose Christian nmne I la
Corporal Ray Bass, son of Mrs. Plvate Wllford Sloan, son of Mr. of BassInger, else may have to go without. If to plalnlllT unknown nnil nil otherppnionH. I
Angle Bass of Okeechobee. In Coast and Mrs. Bethel Sloan of Okeechobee John Reichert, son of the Medical Corps at Camp' patients will remember this, it will known or unknown" ,'iiiIutI list
I nny Interest an helm, 01..1.,... .Iptriitixiinr f
Okeechobee Hobe Sound Fla. Entered
ReIchert ,
Artillery stationed at Camp Davis, with Communication Regiment of help greatly to solve the problem. other claimant under tiny of the '
N. C. Enlisted In the service in United States Army Air Corps, Or- with the Coast Guard In in January 1942. I hiri>lnnlMive tunned di'fendiintN, or any
Entered the service In :I: I nt them or otherwise claiming anyIntermt
January 1942. | lando. Florida. Entered service in In or tn the following doHiTllivd -
Fla."a, Jack Paige, of Mr. ,
j February 194:!. son |i iro|' Tt.v situate lying and
Sergeant Lawrence Arrlngton. I (I II' i I Staff Sergeant Jake Mrs. S. C. Paige of Okeechobee, Gilbert Theatre .being W'i In Slkeerlehee of W'.. of Si-ctlon County,23 India iindKi :

son of C. C. Arrington of Okeechobee Private Paul Wongrey, son of of Henry H. Reichert of I with the United States : <>t Section 23. Tniinnlp
I' :<7 South :I4 I Eint.dltEKTINii" .
bee, stationed with the in Australia. Entered ser-
In the Infantry with the United John Wongrey of Okeechobee, with OKEECHOBEE :
States Army stationed at Fort {! Technical School of United States States Marines somewhere in December 1941. YOI1 AleE 1I1'HIIIsnTU'IEII: :
i Pacific. Entered the e that there him this tin \ IIIHMI filed In
Jackson, S. C. Enlisted In Army In Army Air Corps at Kessler Field, the Circuit Court In and for Okeecliolipp -
January 1941. I Miss. Entered service in April 1931. Merrill Hardy, nephew of Comity, Plorliln. In Chnncerv
i Chas Hardy of East Okee- FRIDAY & SATURDAY II Kill "f Complaint, wherein rAnKER

Staff Sergeant Robert E. Mc- 1 1942. First Class Machinist in United States Army, en- i nUDTHEKN.. and ii you Florid above corporation named and Inlilalntlll

and service in 1942. 'I It, KM"" defendant, the
Laughlin Jr., on of Mrs. R. E. Hamrick Hall son of Mr. February THE WEAVER BROTHERSSHEPHERD C. fire purtuiKp -
I Corporal Jean Harvey of whlih In the. foreclosure! of Hniortgaii
McLaughlin of Okeechobee: stationed son of Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Ham UpUiegrove of Utopia, In > cui'uiuherlug the above detcrllMul -
with Medical Detachment. Let- stationed with with the United States M. King, son of Mr and \ land which U of record amonir
rick of Okeechobee, I OF THE
the I'ulillo Kecordx of OkeechobeeCounty.
Mobile Alabama. W. J. King of East Okeecho-
terman Hospital San Francisco, the United States Army Air Corpsat Florldnu.p'ed Book 27 at
California. Entered the United Field Windsor Locks, service in September 1939 in Gun Crew aboard ship in OZARKS I',?,g,' 2 vial!> thereof and you are hereby
Bradley ,
required to file )'ollr'oPI''nr'e, ordofeiiHi'
United States
States Army In February 1941. Connecticut. Entered service in De- I Navy. Entered AND '' thereto, pcrsonnll.v or hv attorney .
Staff Sergeant Ralph in March 1942. .it the office of lm Clerk of
cember 1941. S SO I ROY ROGERS the ClriMilt Court In and for Okeechohw -
Ida of .
K. Anderson SO of Mrs. Ming I .
Corporal R. son S I .nnh.. Klorldn. In Chnncervat
of Alva Anderson of UpthegroveBeach stationed at Camp Croft, J Murl Daigneau, son of III til" "'Ciiurt llonas In Okeerhnbee.Florida .
of Mr.
R. Sellers, son
Quentin berg S. C. He entered \ '. and Mrs. F. E. Daigneau of RED RIVER VALLEY on the linn I}ny in Novemr. -
Motor Transport Division and Mrs. E. O. Sellers of Okeechobee. V I>. 1042 the same lielng the
United States Marines, stationedat Air Force stationedat July 1940 stationed with Medical Jnd pay of suld! Muiitti. Tilling which
with Army at Fort Benning, Ga. Also !Selected Short !Subjects lecrec pro 1"H't..U111 he entered
Georgetown, British Ouiena. Kessler Field Miss. Entered titfiiliHt yell and the cause nllowcd to
Enlisted in the Marine Corps in Private Robert Ming, service in March 1941. proceed. ex pnrte.VIT.NK.SS >
service in July I Okeechobee, < : :: The IIO'O.. KASXEU -
Ida Ming of
September 1937. Jiulxe of the Circuit Court In
tioned with the Infantry Sergeant Major Douglas Cassels SLTDAY: & MONDAY I ,and, fur Ikeechobce, County, Florida
I R.. L. Sanderfur. :jr. son of Mrs. f ,
California He Okeechobee, stationed with 's nisi the neal thereof nt ho CourtHouse
Corporal Ea I W. Raiford. son of Crela Sanderfur of Okeechobee, Angeles, Jn rikei'chobee, Florida thin
Mr| Susie Kalford of this ('It\', stationed at the Naval Air Station I Army In February 1942. Squadron 11th Re- GORY COOPER: and I loth pay lOr Sci'tcmher. A 1> 1(112itov ) .
Depot of General Mac- B \nn.\R.\ STANWYCKMEET I It. 1t.\t .E1to'ns.!
stationed with the United States nt Opaloka Fla. Enlisted in the Clerli of the Circuit Court In andfar
Army Air Corps at Dale Mabry Uni'ed States Navy in Decemberlr40' Jimmle Finger, son of forces in Australia. Enter- In ikeechohee" "'"II lit,. Florida

Field. Tallahassee. Fla Enlisted Mrs. O. C. Finger of the Army in December 1941. I 14'a1)A)
JOHN DOE true ropy ntteRt( :
In December 1941. I but former residents of I | HOY it. itArunusox! ,

I Stationed with United Corporal Albion F. Harden, son V. I'lcilif" the Circuit Court In nod
Apprentice Seaman Howard o I.ate Nei ant Novelty '.,v' OI..o1oohe' ? County, Flnrldu

Charles Raymond Harden. son of Drawdy, son of Mr. and Mrs. C. E. lit Norfolk, Va.. Mr. and Mrs. C. D. Harden of M. A.(Soul Itnnlii.ArcinllH. I .

'lie late Jesse F. Harden of Okee- Drawdy of Okeechobpe, Naval with the Marines Florida, x
Private First Class R. the U. S. Battleship Wyom- I ittiinim for rialntlltOTf"
cliotws, in the United States Navy Training School, Chicago, 111. Entered .
.1 I board the U. S. S. O'Bannon. He service In May 1942, son of Mrs. T. M. Jerrell somewhere in the Atlantic. Coming : \ -

> ntcred the service In October chobee, stationed with service in June 1940. i I Oki.holier "r.imr\ Florid: .

1941. 81'1';eant Oscar B. McKee, son of Group at Murac Bombing Navy Blues I $Heifrnilirr VOTICE| :: : : s.rs ImllEln''FS Thmirirnuanf

S 05 Mrs H. C. Long of Okeechobee, Murac, California. Wilson Pearce, seaman second \ Rise and Shine : tn "eetton 0, of (rixirnVr 1yi,
In February 1942. lawn of "rlIII.1. 11>'17 k' non n>
Private C. E. Kllpatrlck, son of with the Engineers Shore Regiment son of Mr and Mrs. J. C. PlaymatesFARMERS. the I1'Hl'nC1' the f.ill.m-lnii rle-

the late Mr. and Mrs. D. R. Kll :! somewhere In Great Brltian. He of Okeechobee, in Group 3 j: ncrlbed Innd, In Okeerhnlioo County,
I Private Rufus O. 'J'I"rlltH.11I be offered fin site nt iih-
stationed with States' i
patrick of Bassintter,
Service Schools United
:[ entered the service in September Jerrell lie outcrv for the' hlijhcut 'ml t licxt nnuli
Mrs. T. M. of '
the -paraarmte; Infanftry at Fort 1940. I II I Training. Station, Norfolk, hid!, mibjpot to the right of the Trtinteeiof
Bragg N. C. Entered service In i vith Field Artillery at the Interim! Impfovenii1 Kurd tor'tert
I Ii f Entered service in April ,
I Entered I any and nil\ bide" "t the CourtHouse
January 1942.Thilmore .ee, Arkansas. i. ''I 10 A. M. on IIi> 13th dnvof
,. of
i Private Bill Humphrey, son March 1942.Private : I Octol'rf' I')'" EnsemiMit for rune
Mrs. Dora Humphrey of Okeecho- I I I : -f .,no 'P. ,.f lVI'" Ill "IIP r..-
Sloan Mr. and .
bee, with Medical Detachment at Private First Class Elliott Lot, irved from nor parcel through which
Norris L. i Slit r- In '" I 1'Minj Sti" -ill
Mrs. Bethel Sloan of Okeechobee, I
Camp Rucker, Ala. Entered the :I Jerrell of Mr and Mrs. E. H. Lott of Lot. i '" 'I i.,.. Rlk A. nittMiiliillvlHlini ,
Mrs. T.
M of I
with the States at Make Wir.'refday !
United Navy
In June 1942. I Augustine, In Coast Artillery eve y of Nwii: of 1oIP. of
Army with the Medical Deta<' Nl',1See 1.1. S7 Itge :III.
Norfolk, Va., Entered service inApril Tn-p
I tioned at Fort Oglethorpe in the Atlantic war 3OWD 'DAY! I I Iltl'N'I'EEti OK tllB': FXT'IiINAI.1II'it0'FMENT !.
1942. in Fl'Sn OF TUB
Entered service October i
Alton R. McMullen, son of Mr. Entered service In v'"t'r10 ('la' fo"flttnI' \
S ; ,. ", \ Ti ".t.. t.I .
and Mrs. I. N. McMullen of Okee- i > i. :HM' :
Private Cecil Johnson, foremen of I .
II I Fund. Okeceliobeo County, Florida.
Parker Brothers ranch before entering phobee Chief Radio Operator with Private Roy Delmar I i our fighting men, I' .: .

service, with Tech School the United States Navy at Pensa- of Mrs. J. W. Conerly, Private James B. Smith, son of I tFor r our country's fu The steps of faith fall on the?

Squadron at Lowry Field, Colo. cola He entered the Navy In July I' merly c-1 Okeechobee, and Mrs. S. Smith of Oeecho- and for freedom I seeming void, but find the rock beneath.

Entered service In May 1942. 1 1930. Camp Wolters, Texas. I with United States Marines at !: must meet "i4 I ,-Whittler.

the United States Island S. C.. in Medical but our county War. I .-' --
I and keep do.
Send quota : on
and Entered service in March
Elburn Platt son of Mr. Mrs.J.
Private Theodore Sloan, son of 1942.
ii'I It.Pick To relieve f
Mr. and Mrs. Bethel Sloan of C. Platt of this city, aboard the j\ OLDS
Okeechobee, with the United States i Ius. s. Rosevllle: somewhere on the Private James W. i up your War Boras and Misery of

Army Air Corps at Denver, Colo- Pacific. Mrs. J. W. Conerly, Marvin Ervin Arrants, son of Stamps on yo-t: second step MQC1U
I town. right! after yeu'vasold
rado. Entered service in October S SO ly of Okeechobee, and Mrs. O. W. Arrants of : in mik
your eggs, poultry, TABLETII
1941. Boatswain's Mate Second Class I the United States Army Palm Beach but former res stock or grain No Investment 666J IIALVI:

!I Harold W. Wilkerson, son of. Mr. I' He entered service in of Okeechobee, stationed with Is too small and no investment

Private Virgil Sutton, son of Mrs. I and Mrs. R. H. Singletary of Ok- United States Navy at New- I Is too large tht NOSE DROPScorn

Claudie Sutton of Okeechobee, stationed cerhobce aboard the U. S. Battleship :- Private Matthew ; R. I.Corporal. important thing is to bur ii DROP
with the United States Army I Nevada stationed somewhere John Wongrey of I I every tints you sell Try "Rob-Mj-Tl.n VTtniUrfaJ

somewhere In the Pacific. He en- In the pacific. Entered the United the United States Army I Robert Durwood Llght ., V. S. Trianry Dtparlmnl 1.1 hllD..' \

listed in the Army in March 1941, I States Navy in April 1937. School at Panama City, son of Mr and Mrs. R. T. -

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Local HappeningsEDITORIAL i ..,.--

TELEPHONE NUMBER 80 A Report tie People 'I

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Word has reached here of the The Army Air Force needs more 57tp .

marriage of Fred Montsdeoca and ;mechanics and the way is now ----- -

Miss Jessie Davis, which took place open to enlist directly Into this

o last week somewhere in North Car branch of the service. All men YOU, Thq3, .H''L Yil

olina. We hope that we will be who have had mechanical experience Mh

able to give more of the details of'' i should apply at the Morrison ( cMg. 5uw U" \TS "

the wedding n our next Issue :Field Recruiting Station, West Palm I i ... Del
"" elr y /DIO 011
-0- Eeach. If you're between 18 and 9U"i! \ : ,'r1. ,le ,Del
If any one wants to know all 44, physically fit, and can qallfy asa i "

about the commercial canning of mechanic you can enlist directlyand I ,, ," dVrarrOUD/ 414 ,
foods in Florida, The News has a the opportunities for advance- I \- ?
l00 page Illustrated book on the ment are excellent '-- -- -
subject Issued by the Florida De- renders five (old It substantial '
-oi TION a service pays taxes, gives employment -

partment of Agriculture, which we'i The board of directors of the FLORIDA I to thousands ol people helps support the railroads and

shall be pleased to give free to any Florida State Chamber of Com- FERRIS WHEEL other business of the State ol Florida supplies a basic necessity of
Interested, person o merce will hold its third quarterly hie and furnishes an outlet lor productive investment of the savings

-0- meeting at the Oeorge Washingtonhotel Hortcnse K. Wells ol the thrifty The value and extent of such services can be appreciated '

The Florida Department of pub- In Jacksonville on Friday, I only when the volume is known. Below is shown the extent of our

lic Safety, J. J oillam director, September 23. ___.. contribution during the year ended June 30. 1942 to the people the
reports that In the flrsa six monthsof
1942 --o- *1 For the first time in more than State and the Nation
there were twelve automo-i
Faith does nothing alone-noth- two years the Ferris Wheel decidedto
bile accidents in Okeechobee county United States Sugar Corporation in addition to making available to
ing of Itself, but everything under take a few weeks off and get,
Eleven of these were in the coun- our fellow Americans 86,743 tons of sugar, a woefully short national
God, by God through Gad If possible, a few new Ideas and a
try and one in town. There was Stoughton. few fresh thoughts. A highly com- commodity provided 4,731,878 gallons ol molasses national shortages

no fatality. Two persons were injured -o- petent "guest artist" accepted our ol which necessitated the institution ot priorities and restrictions. We

was and In ten Instances there Scales which are accurate within Invitation to pinch hit for us, and i i also made available the only supply source for the essential oil of

property damage.- I 40( billionths of a pound are used'o immediately thereafter an urgent | lemon grass and provided feed lor live stock which provision relic / .d '

Malcolm Simmons- spent Sunday measure the tungsten filament invitation was received from folk ( to some extent the heavily burdened transportation facilities of the ( I

of electric much more highly placed-one of Nation.
here with his mother Mrs. Eugenia! >ue lamps. ,
those invitations thAt Just can't be'
Simmons. Malcolm is employed by -0- Ignored and It wasn't. For this In doing these things, in addition to providing extensive facilities, it
the Seaboard Railroad with headquarters Refuting rumors that Florida is
which summarized
reason, the Ferris Wheel hasn't was necessary to incur heavy obligations as
an armed unfit for
at Wildwood. camp winter visitors -
-o- has become one of the important turned for the past weeks. We I i follows '. 'I ," ."" : .. ".v ....... ,i

D. S. Hudson cashier of the duties of the Florida State hope "our public" will be glad were' I \ Excise taxes, deducted in settlements for sugar

Citizens Bank of Stuart spent Exhibits at Atlantic City. Radio, here again. Anyway, we are. J
and paid directly to the National Treasuryin
The name of Okeechobee landed
Monday In Okeechobee coming over oress and information bureaus of i '.
to go fishing for the day with the Florida Exhibits work to contradict right smack In the middle of the > the sum of ......... ..................................................$ 870,484

Gilbert Cufbreth. this adverse opinion.BILANCE ration's news with the announcement ;, Provision for income and excess profits taxes on
that the
Florida county bear-
Mrs Joe -o- Ing that name led all counties In'( the year's business amounted to ......................... 900,000
Pease has returned to :MOST BE
the United States in the sale of
her place as deputy clerk of the MAINTAINED Other taxes paid to Federal, State, County and
circuit War Bonds for the month of August -
court here after spendingtwo Most Florida folk know Okee- local governments aggregated ............................. 528,057
weeks in North Carolina on va ( l ..
Fred H Sexauer, president of the
cation. chobee well, but to many outside '"..
Dairymen's League Cooperative As- the state the name means merely So that our total tax bill was ...,....,......,.....,.......... $2.298,541
--o- elation of New York, recently urged that of the lake know
big they
Circuit business Judge A. O. Kanner was that farmers be given fair rep- nothing of the friendly; town bordering ../ Wages and salaries paid aggregated ............".....,.... 2.835,616

Tuesday.a visitor in Okeechobee resentation on the proposed national on that body of water, nor ] Freight created lor the railroads and in turn .

board to fight Inflation, and to of the resources of the county that expended by them for taxes, wages and

Musicians are-0-wanted for the coordinate Federal price, wage, tax ranks high In the cattle Industry materials amounted to ........................................... 1.030.295 I II
and savings policies. Mr. Sexauer
and in the production of vegetables
Army Air Force Band at Morrison
tiicn warned that farmers must not Okeechobee Is not the largest the Expenditures lor merchandise, materials supplies
Field West Palm Beach. Men
between -
be made "the
shock In
the ages of 45 and 50 can en- anti-inflation battle troops while others an most populous nor the wealthiest I etc, (most of which were purchased within ,
in the state but it ranks '
list directly for this band provided reap the \'Ictol'yIthout sacrifice" count second to none in the character ; the State], including substantial amounts paid

they are qualified musicians. All' In urban localities, there Is con- and patriotism of Its citizens. The j r 5 to neighboring farmers aggregated .................., 2,570,553
men Interested should write Staff! ii'"'raWe ignorance the !
of problems
small communities America have
Sergeant Joseph Balsamo in care arnicis face It Is true that the produced some of the most outstanding j f, t" i -. The sum ol the foregoIng is ....................................$8.735,005 1
of the band to arrange for an audition farm price index is at high levels the I ." ... vV

before enlisting. now, and that gross farm Income nation. Florida men and is proud women that of one j| I \0.0' To provide the foregoing benefits to the people the State and the

., : Nation, it was to provide suitable facIlities which required
much larger than In the recent of its smaller counties has led nil I .; necessary
Trust in the Lord with all thine past But It is also true that the only the state but the nation in I ,. substantial investments in the Everglades on the part of our stockholders -

heart; and lean not unto thine 1 farmer must pay record wages and this patriotic undertaking. \I i many ol whom are also employees, and as compensation for

, own understanding: In all thy ways 1 taxes-and these Increases In his According to the usually reliable i ,J the risk involved in making available the assets facilities and creditto

acknowledge Him and He shall direct iprraMng cost have wiped out mostof Washington M-G-R. one of the provide such benefits to the people the State and the Nation and '

thy path.-Proverbs 3:5: 6. the benefits of higher prices. It C"nnre--!ional Representatives i I for return on their investment; the stockholders were paid $629.851) '\: D

-o Is further true that everything the <;"1' nolThtosing state of ""
WANTED: Representative to look faimer buys costs much more now feels that Florida Is being from// i ,'I.
I after our magazine subscription 1 than it used to-and the Induction undue proportion of ...- .. Dry
o interests In Okeechobee and vicinity -1
of labor into Industry
faint war
the war effort became It 's "
Every family orders subscriptions and military service has presented lonable" to do so. We have never [ CTOW UNITED STATES SUGAR
Hundreds of dollars are 1 him with the most critical labor I ,
known before that a war was won
spent for them each fall and win- BUY
problem In agricultural history. I CORPORATION
or even helped on the wiyi: victory UNITED
ter in this vicinity. Instructions and 1 Farm not be ITATE1.WAR \
prices can stringent- by "fashion". What this war I :
equipment free. Guaranteed lowest
rates on all periodicals, domestic 1 ly conh'oUed-whlle. That is wages an economic go uncontrolled needs Ion" or Is otherwise less thinking!less' but v, -"fash-1. eying I iNDS C t E W I $ TON. F L O R I D ADwe

and foreign. Represent the oldest; im *ssibility. Adequate defense |
about what the other fellow, or the SUMPS
magazine agency in the United' i gainst high costs means that all other state Is getting, and more I

States. Start a growing and permanent prices and all wages must be limited pulling together working ;
business In whole or spare! and We can'tp'nallze tclcther.\
equitably fairly. putting out together, for I I
time. Address Moore-Cottrell, Inc.
the farmer for the benefit goal complete and fl'ial v<*I'' for .
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Wayland Road North Cohocton
of other groups. America and the Allied Nations | l I
New York. Iall articles be packed in substantial CIIIRT FOR WARTIME:
., I Christmas Mail To
-- ----- covered MEALS IS AVAILABLEBy

Ports Must strength not only to resist pressure Anna :Mae Sikfs

KEIP 'EM R01UNC Foreign of other mail In the same sack, but A chart, designed to help home-

withstand the weight of other makers prepare health-giving war-

Ce Sent (hi OctoberArrangements sacks of mall, which! In the long time meals, is available to every

transit may be piled thereon. Furthermore Florida family.
as each parcel Is subject One hundred everyday foods and

to censorship delay In handling the vItamins each food furnishes
have been made
t, miiii!:'!t'd! 1 M ceM.rin{ the are discussed in the chart.
'I;', the Post Office Department in
covering of the parcel so as to per- The U. S Department of Agriculture -
operation with the War and Navy
mit ready Inspection of the con- has prepared the chart, part
Departments for the acceptance of
t I'.ts. lof I I a Food-for-Freedom folder, to
Christmas parcels for our armed
I No peilshable matter should beI[ homemakers prepare and serve
:.ores serving outside the continental I I
Included in any parcels. I|I foods containing all known vitamins -
United States Alaska is In- I
1 Intoxicants Inflammable matcrlils and possibly some that 81'e1I0t
ludcd in the term "outside the
'In.'ludliu matches of all kinds yet discovered.
united States" In order that such
and lighter fluids) and poisons, or After hanging the chart on the
'parcels reach the addresses on
r1i may r'lnpositions which! may kill or injure kitchen wall, the homemaker can
Ime and In good condition the fol-
another, or damage the malls, make up her market list with confi-
Ottlng requirements should be ob-
,':e unmailable. dence by following the balanced
'rved bv mailers:
u, n4.tBOTEI'RS- meal plan outlined In the folder

Time of Mailing ALL Also Included are valuable rules for
: : Christmas parcels and Christmas sating vitamins in cooking.
::5 ards should be mailed during the
For those who eat from
Th? peope have listened to a lot away
; period beginning October 1 and of pledges by the heads of union home the chart Vitamins from the

'iiding November I. the earlier the labor that there would be no more Farm to You, can be used as a
oetter Each gift parcel should ben
food guide.
rikes. yet every day strikes delay -
'!crsed "Christmas Parcel." Special war production.The The folder "Vitamins from Farmto

& & 1 JjjLtLyb1&LUs effort will be made to effect excuse given by labor leaders You" may be obtained by writ-
delivery ot all Christmas parcels
for these stoppages of work, Is that Ing the U. S. Department of Agriculture -
mailed during that period In time
kA the strikes are "unauthorized." But Washington, D. C.
(or Christmas.Size .
the fact remains that war product- ---V
and WeightIn
.on is tied up and that when the BE WuSE-ADVERTi >bFQEyiCTORY ;
view of the urgent need for men go back to work they are not
shipping space to transport materials disciplined In any manner by their -- --

directly essential to the war own organizations which calmly accept -

effort the public is urged by the their "unauthorized" obstruction -

re'y War and Navy Departments to cooperate of the war effort.

by voluntarily restrictinghe A striker In these times creates

size of Christmas parcels to havoc the same as a saboteur who

M. that of an ordinary shoe box. and lands on our shores from a German iW

the weight to six pounds. These U-boat\ The purpose of both Is to BUY

1 departments have pointed out also hamper production at a critical UNITED

i'M that members of the armed forces time Fathers, mothers, wives, brothers -
i are amply provided with food and and sisters whose menfolksare 1 STATES

clothing and the public Is urged in the armed forces waiting for e* WARFRID.Y

,. not to Include such matter In gift supplies on which their lives may'

." parcels. Not more than one Christmas depend are fed up with the striker

parcel shall be accepted for who enjoys the privilege of stayingat Wns

\ mailing In any one week sent by home, drawing high wages, working -

or In behalf of the same person or reasonable hours and getting STAMPS

concern to or for the same addressee. time off, ,while their boys risk thttr

0) l lives to protect the strikers trwm.

Preparation elves from the dangers which the
It is absolutely necessary that armed forces face.




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_:...:..:.+: +: .:..:..:..:..:..:.. ..:..:.':..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.-.0/0: I USE. RED BULBS AS) t CASH-for your Used Car any I 1li, fu'luMliitf: :; JiiHtliv lmrl-tn\ : NOPK ItOk'M.i'llobQe I posing a either an officer or aa

I make. Write 1 NIIIIUVvt ,. FloiIJnAiiKiiHt should be reported
KEEP INSECTS AWAY or call Okeechobee lOUlt enlisted man
fur lie fiillunliiKliiBilie
( "".1111011, In uinl 21, lnu
Too Late To Classify .-- I News office Phone 80. .1 Illot rl'II, : :.ullP.Id Nullc'i" In lii>ri'hulvvn Hint pursuant Immediately.While .
hi Hci'lliin it of (hunter' 1'iiil! >, luiws
The problem of troublesome bugs | IVKlliiiiiny" A\ hi'rcof I hilvehiriiiiilo of I l.irliln: Ait< 111.7.:::!: : kiiunii: as theM V

and Insects on unscreened porcheshas apt lilY hiiuil( uinl nfflxeil : thi deserlheil Is herself
Hr 1I.tLl. K\t ." tlio Ou'iit $i'itl of the. 'Iii III'II'1.' 1 i ,' ',' / r"llwlll'. reason puzzling

commanded the attention of r Notice : I lL.$.) Sime' n f riinlilii, at Tulhiliiixwi), In-II iifTi-rt'il, fur.inli 1'Ollt at f'lurlll Olt. ,. about the mystery, faith is turning1

-:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:. :..:.':..:..:..:..:..:.-\ .:..:..:,.:..:..:..:. : lighting research workers accordIng cf Election the rnpltnl; this the. llrst ilnvif "\.",I f 'i i. tln> lilifhpsl, ami, lies cash Mel, it to her dally bread and feedingon
Florida Association. Siiiher.| A, J. I'll.: ul.I. I 'in tin- right nf the rimtti'S |

Joe Doakes a neighbor of mine to the Optometric 'I(In I till- i'l1"'IT' ..f ( )k', h"'In.. | '''liii i||,| I 1 U. 1\' nf<1IU1 Mull'Y.iI.'Mur of the, rnlerlAI! I iii lrovern.'nt Kninl to 'I It thankfully in her heart o

stilt' 01It "I'l 1".11,1,1" ) ruji I it nj' anil' nil hllo. lit the lutirtIliinw hearts.-Frederick D. Huntington.BICYCLES .
likes to
house and
come I
over t. f'OMSMi
my Tn linn, I.. ,
yellow light ill M I. Ih,' l I.t tin i iol
sound off. Joe used to be a traveling If you use an orange II KIHIUII. 'I 1'111"" |I. |It. A.
bulb! on your unscreened porch at s"i'lin .1 I.1.mi, .t| tin. -in" ,. ,"r : .._ i iI'"hllo"l'r ,ilu-lit of It It () bet.el i
salesman until the priorities! I"I"I'Mil 'I. lii i", ,111,, i.-i\ ,. unlli'"' 'Hut" II cii 1.11 \hl'1
night. will not be bothered by S rrul nn\. ". i cli
and rationing caught up with him. you I::10.I vCl.f: M i I EI.I."I"\I I I ( ) ,I \\hlih) ,,' mi 'xhii lug Ktnlc l.oml. I II I

Now he's got nowhere to and insects as much as if the lamp is "HI I I", l ii..l.l l l III M'In 'h,, I ,,"miM ', I :.n I In1 rOlt l'( III \1IOS I 1"0' T, *. 11 mill ID. lIi'i. I II nl i I

go whit or bluish light. 'iii i, i 11 I t,1i' ,,,, i i .,1., .?...,;, Mini': trI.1'Ed4JhjtPA I \I'hl, ti lilies Aililllli.n.. II S'lli) .
nothing to sell so he just sits HIM.,.inline': I Hi,' Misi" :Miiiim | iiI :v,_ KIMIM: UK run iNrniiioitor.MCUM ohl'ol' of \\V4 .f SK'i' "f M-:' I I
around and thinks all day rends Exhaustive teals prove that Insects 'I" ,,"I I.. .1. l > IHI. Ill, Nil III 'M-K.IlM. I. I.AM) llMiiri ut MiKhlUtftllll : || 13, 'li| :17 K lit- .1 1,1limitis I E: We have a large stock of _
are most attracted to the I I'l-lnir Hi". I II. 4'. 'i rft 'I'lm I a b'riiuil I I hnpruv. I
the newspapers, listens to the radio Ill lHl. Ii ti 10'"' SOM-MltrK: 1 Juljf 3.\ 1DUi : ilni'liiKiilnl nf '' Ktnti*. uf tlnrliln. I both the New Victory
blighter clearer lights, especially Nll'l'll: In licn-liv Khun Hint l.OY II. HAl'iritsiiN'
and works himself Into a state bright blue while orange red were I 1'",'1 r i I I.:'.,hiililn"i'i',, .." MUIII\|' ',. lii in I.ullll.'.... si ,itt i. Veriiun H. Arnolil, of uluuohubrv. Agent "ruHlee I. I, Fund. ,, Bicycles and regular mod.

bordering on mental collapse. Then ii 111"11"1 tin gini-iitv rtorlilii who uti June 17. 11)11 mniJe okii least attractive. Red will draw iltflltb t."Ulfr.. I Illtf. llllle $[III";, :'. Hi'i-ilnii ilU lEuUHi'd: RtiitiiU'S lluuietonil i els. Go to your local ra
he comes over to my house and insects scientists loi"u' lliinsiutiillM-" I u( th. r'oiirlli' 'intrNn: II. I,. u (t'Tiin; fur :, ----- -- -- I
practically no ;I
blows the fuse. '"IlI..I"11' I District, of III.' Wtiito! I.iit 17. hiii 11 'liininhlii 37 S.. Cautioning small business firm i board secure a
state. I i "f K ,nrlihi In the KI,.\CIII\t iKiiii|! | mi(liCe 83 It.: i'ul. Mmlilliiu, I '1..1'lu,1., toning
all of i I
Last night he got going on the . ,y i ''"111'''"-. ul tlie, I tilted Siuli-n." hui ill',1 I IIolI'e nt liiiviitlnu tu uiiikellniil report cases and we will be
I l"it' I IHI i .1ul lien nf Hi,. Siihli' .me by men In unlfoim the Public ReIn '
subject of transport planes and I' I tlin-i'-M"iir 1'runf tu t tnlilliib
Reports to the Salvage and Con. I "tin til I llu Mute of Ir''I'III /, I'lllllll III I'hI' Illllll lib"\',' lllMTllll',1 glad to fill your needs.HUMPHRIES .
i Ions Officer MacDlll Field has
Henry J. Kaiser Accoidln' to Joe, ', "">r Tnn Kiillniiiil I I 1'.IUIIII.I'It'I" ot ,
servatlon Committee of the Automotive liefiirv llin.li> .AliliTinnu Nuturj' 1MbIlli 1
this guy Kaiser Is a cross between 'I IIP. Sine of rlnrlilu. '. "Slutf uf rUirlilu< nt Luiiti.. lit the Issued a warning that a man in1'
Council for War Pioduct- I.i,i ntiiti, .', ,mil 1, 'i i |1'..r ', '
I 'lIiIi'Iy Uilril ( .I".t I lluiiK, In tin ('II.\ il i Okie,'Imliw. unifOrm has been
Merlin the Magician and the Wizard ,, army posing as
linlKilnl l II'
Ion show that automotive plants HI" i r ih' $111| |'h t "rl'ihuit.< mi. Hi) bill ili\ ul' !lei'II'luloc1'' I
I I II hill,
of Oz."Lookit. 11MJI a leprescntatlve of the USO and
sent 101.900 tons of metal to I J'"1 n Ml i i" ".i I h. : I ,, .
scrap i l H' |" ,Illlllllllll' ,,, IKIIII, ""1 us 11111"1 1 ".l II. II
I sell
to in
Joe ,says, "looklt what mills and smelters in the first I i "n iiri "i'niMiiM' lIt I MM. M p,,. .,..r ,n,n, 'i,11i UllKlMk 'I'I U. I 'mi,U'. .1.II. n..rl' attempting advl'rtslng an COMPANYSouth

he's done With all the expertsyellin' i ,. II I ''"I I 'mm,,,''', .." 4I 1.,,. I"rlill |Ji"n I U: ...iiiIr..i|| | ,, ill||| u[ olfflcial USO piogram
month of the Industry's salvage I 10'',, 'I I It. M l, i,, .'. .,1 d I in! i ,,.i",in |II.I mlII III I. 1,1, >,,... I li.llllll" < Dixie Highway Phone 139
be this 1mpostei
alert to
are urged -
'can't 'fantastic' and ,
I I' I 1.1, .' t
drive. 1111:1:i n\\ in \\ inVHHlHtUIlt $OIl\: .
possible' at him, he gives 'em the I.'ur .liittiln" i.l l I Hi.. I I', .,, ,. I I",, | |I.., t1'Illllllssliilil' ,, ill' itogisti'. Any suspicious character Ft. Pierce
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brush off and goes ahead and does -- .

"You know," Joe says "accordln1to

all the best aeranautlcal reasonln' -

a buuiUebee can't fly, It's a technical I IIIAC. fto r..trWef1J tt IM1 1M ... Ia.M ei lIot1Be fnn p.54 for p Pled State

impossibility, but the tool ruler UM Constltutloo 01 1M, ot the said Board may us* the sinking fiendserlatid .p .the State of Florida shall JI 13.I o I r 'the to eqyiSr4 SO t .
etate 01 Florida did IMS ( Joint for said bond of/ any oouaty be in a Commission to be l. said Precincts
bumblebee don't know that so hejust. eaolutloo propoalnf amsndmnt so or special road and bridge district as known t the Dame and Fresh Water A JOtS!? to 82 incliulve' and 2. 32 'Inclustssn,
ahead and files hov De Oonstltutaon o* tn* elate ol F or- Other unit bereund*. to purchase the Fish Commission Commission U00 fl and except such Election Pssotncta
goes any **.. and the same were agreed to b* mat or maturing bonds partici Shan 01n..I use l eeden' c Aa"the 8tlon at numbered 94 M and el .he

and that'shat this guy Kalsei a yot three-fifths of all tn. men- 01an, other county or from Ot memb elJ as Florida Coo.at'utlO Osnaus 8te apportionment east at the western Snoreat BleonJisBe

does." ken elected to eaea DoMe that the other special road and bridge districtor existing on January 1. 1941 .hallb by. Ameoxtlnc I ,.
ywtos oa said Joint Resolutlone were other special taxing district thereof appointed by t Oovernor. subject 01.d Article aa to BelO Another at the said Oommlsstonen'
"Why, he continues "the dumb- entered upon (bet? respective. 'oornala provided that as to MIl matured confirmation the Senate The Broward County .a Senatorial Dis Districts snail oompr' th* territory

est kid in kindergarten knows tha' with the veas and nays thereon and bonds the flu. tbP Investment members so appointed shall annually trle and designate. Calhoun County I which .. on ti day Apr
they did determine and direct that shall e paid therefor select one of th.1 m.ml as Chairman Oounty aa a Senatorial District 1941 embraced In Oomml..lle' D
you couldn't build no ten thousand tile aM Joint Resolutions be 'ubmltted which shall not 'Ie the par value of the D. D trtct No 2 a d.ell In Bt

ton ship In 18 dajs Even a bird 'n the electors of the State at plus. seemed In and that saId J. The nl nembere oi the Commission BB IT RESOLVTO ITT LEOIBLATUEB of the Mlnutie Commissioners
the Oenera Beetlon IB itnvember. Investment 1.1 bear Interest at the be appointed on January n nt mid County at page 154
that KNEW how to build em ,oul'. rate of three OF THE tTATBOr nORmA embracedIn
1M O cent D annumla 1. 1943 and shall serve respectivelyfor That tbs et seq u..p the t.rl."

not do It. now rwrpFFORB IMASecretary tRA ) The mid Board 1a annul, one two three four and five. Section 3 of Article T of the Constitution the Precincts
of Stat of the 't,, of use said' funds In yean At the expiration of each of of the Stats of Florida relative numbered 24 and 25 and such part
Well, the screwball (I'm talkln Florida do hereby gi... notice that s cunt first to pay current principal such terms a successor shall bs appoInted to and apportionment Election Precinct number 10 as .
about this lunatic named Kain" ._ maturing If any o said t serve for term of five .. Cn.u' County as the east of the western shore of BlAa.vn
GENERAL ELECTION bonds and gasoline or other tu years thirty-ninth 139)) Senatorial District Bay

never built a ship In his life. but I Jtn be held M each county In Florida anticipation certificates o surh onun'ty 3 The members of the Commission and Calhoun County and Oulf County The County OmmI.lon. whO

In spite of priorities shortages. red on Tuesday next !succeeding the tire or special m bridge district shall receive no compn.aton for their .the fortieth (40) Senatorial Districtbe .h.1 be elected In at the
Monday 'In November' A D 194, the or O. special taxing .e"la. as .b Commls and the lame 1* hereby agreed to election In 1942 .b.1 hold office
tape, bureaucrats and expeits hepees said Tuesday being the dl.trlc thereof; 1nd. to tab. sloner .b.1 receive his necessary traveling and .hal be submitted to the electorsof for the term of .years for

on ahead and does It, '[ sinking hM l unt to meet expense Incurred whileengaged Stat of Florida for MtlfTntlon' which thP .hal have been .le.tP
THIRD DAY or NOVEMBER future lulr..nt of said bonds and In the discharge of his Official or !. at the Oonernl Flection 0 and of office oo
"It reminds me of the old Tm gasoline 'u.1 tax anticipationcertificates but such shall not exceed be held, on the tint Tuesday after the be affected by this amendment'
section foreman we had when I for the ratification or rejection 01 theenld where I appears the anticipated (dut. of In toy one first Monday In November. 1942 I thereafter there shall be In each of
Joint Resolutions prcposln I tO.O
Income any year or years follows: the Districts "stabllfhed by and In
railroad. A amendments to the Constitution of will not scheduled yea nf amerrtment
workin the payments this t
was on
Ou.1 4 Among the to the Section 3 The ttlalnrure that .h.I'' pu.n.n.
the Stat of Florida vii: thereon any bal powers ,.nte County. Commissioner "who she'l reside
flood had washed out a main llni thtr. rem.lnln. Commission b... this be meet In reonilnr session A. D. 192S and
JOINT RESOLUTION Proposing out of two Be.ton .hAI In his District hut who be nomi
"e 1..d. .. .h.1
the to fix bag fix those that shall meet ten vonr
trestle that tied up traffic all ilo am Amendment to Artlel 13: of the (2aCn. of mid taxes shall monthly power lmite .v. ntl and elected from County at
open and closed on a statewide thereafter. shall apportion the repretentntlon
Constitution of the State of Florid .year be remitted by said lan. Every County Commissioner of
the line. Relating to Taxation and Finance by board sjs follows EteMv ISO""!,) n. find .to regional be o loal 1..1..to as regulate It may provide for In forty the (140"norlal Scnnte and shall DH- "n .,. County who shall be elected' at
Adeline; Thereto an Additional Section cent Iff the Stnte Road Department for the election In 144 and thereKfter -
'Everybody went nuts The -OTI- I the manner and method of tnklngtransporting nets gulch Districts to be M nearly Ppn.rl
Cresting a State Board of Administration the construction of of'lce for s term of
pany wired the foreman to hold 11'I' : Prescribing its Powers" and State Roads and o r..on.tMt.ton the I storing and using birds equal In nomilotlon an or.rta&bl. four .years b"1 power duties and
( brld". fur bearing animals fre'h but no shall be T.
crew ready to replace the trestl Duties. and Providing tot the use of r-ountv. or for the .". 01 purchase fish''' reptiles and: amphibians. .n..r The mnklna Cotnt.such apportionment and comrcnsitlon o surh County Commissioners .
Proceeds of Two Cents per Gallon ol of brldffes .nnn..tln. State hlffhwuv* .! be as from time to
and said they'd get the plans, ci< the Oasolln or Other Motor Fuel Tax within the County and twenty f3fl"!.) Commission by shall purchase also have gift the all l"erto each D.trlrt shall Browarrt have County one Sen.lnrnrovld.1 Flor time provided bv law

for (1) the Payment and Retirement per cent to Board of County Com aqulr. by the Governor Miy 28IW
T'n! th.
could .rt
bim as quick as they .. nee..M. useful or convenient constitute the Tblrtv-nmm "pr"v'
01411 Outstanding Bond Issued By ". such county to use on I
for use the Commlsulon In the / SOth Senatorial District end
engineering office went Into a hurl! Any County or Special Road and coeds and hrloVes therein exercise of Its powers hereunder houn County F'orlrln and flint (,CA Ff'." in office Socty o( State. May

die and a flock of draftsmen .u"< Bridge District Prior to First Day of (d) Said Board shall have the 5 The Commission appointfix tv. Florida hall constitute the For. 28 1941A
July A. D 1931 for Rood and Bridge power" to matte end enforce all rules eh.1 "' (40) Senatorial District: and sf
yanked of bed to the Purposes and lor <2 Public Highway" the salary of and '" remove .t
out get
up > and reenitatlons necessary to the full a suitable person as Director !hl same time the 1."I.lnll. shy" lOIVT RFSOr UTION Proposing'
blueprints. A special train was Purposes exercise of the oowens" hereby irrsntedand and such Director shall have such .1'0 enportlon the representation >n Anr'n'tivent to Section I of Article
I BE! IT RESOLVED BT THIS LEGISLATURE no leorlslatton shall be required t powers and duties as be prescribedby the Rouse of R..nt.tlvP. .r1 T of the Cinstlfutlon' of Florlrtn Re-
steamed up'alntn' to take 'em to OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA. render this amendmert of full the Commission In.nuirsuanciof shall allow three (3) R.nr..ntnlvp'to titling to Homestead and E<

the section foreman, when a wire That the following amendment to and operating .fr.e from and after Irs duties under this Section Such each of the five POt" .o as to Permit the Wages ".mptnD.
Article 12 of th* Constitution of the January 1st. 1'4 The Legislaturehall Director shnll subject! to the approvalof rourtl and two (2) R.'nreeen.stlve' I Income from any source Whatsoever _

from him arrived. It read : 'If them .tat* of Florida relating to Taxationand continue 'levies of said tRees the Commission appoint. fix the to each of the nejrt eighteen more Hue to any Person the Head of a Family -

engineers ain't got the pictures finance by adding thereto an additional durln the life of this Amendmentand salaries nf and at pleasure nonulotu countlen and one a* Provided Therein t be the
section to b* known" aa See shall not enact any law harms assistants, and other .. atlve to each of the ,. Subject! of Garnishment the Er
State Board of Administration pre r>f said two <5e> cents of sail tRees may be axalrnad to them bv the innortlonment Should the the Cour'Ji of this State as Mae. beProvided
the trestle and the are run-
scribing' It* powers and duties, and torn trte rmerarlon of this amendment mission or the Director No (' fall to eniKtrtlotl the .., ..." *iv. law for the ptument otnnv
rln' over it,-Mike'." providing for the use ot the proceeds The Brmrd srtall n... refundingxnenses sinner shall be eligible for any such the Pena'e and In the House of Ren"pspntfltlves Ohllrntlons Ar1 'ny bv Express or
of two cents per gallon ol the gasoline ,' and other expenses for *ervCPB innoln'ment or employment at any reprilar Cession' of Contract hsequent to the
Of course the engineers and experts or other motor fuel tax for (1) the rendered sneflflcsllv for or "hl.I 8 The funds resulting from the the I..tll", ar any. of the timesh.p 1"1 of this Amendment: and

at the main office raved and payment and retirement of all Outstanding are properly chargeable to the "..o"n' weratlon of the Commission and from .In ..Io.t. It ha1! be the rtntv 1"ur*>!er Prnrid'nff thereto
bonds Issued by any county of any. emintv from funds distributedto the admlnlstrntlon of the 'laws and it the Legislature n Legl.latures .nredln ,, C.. of f..mfllnn. than
tore their hair They just knew er special road and bridge district such eountv Cut reneral .n. to birds game -. micri ...'Io session' of 'h' Twr"tv.rl. Dollars per W-* "*eeoti
the trestle Mike built wouldti' prior to the First Day ot July. A. O nf the Board for I"I"I rendered all r'111.10" n.rlnlnlnl fresh water fish '.eq1.lature either In nerlal' or Rein to Necessities of Life as May be
1931 for mad and bridge purposes the counties be prorat 1 reptiles and amnhlblans together with !ar .e.1on to apportion the r.n..110" .., rll'.1 iv the 1.vI.I.tn.
stand up. How could anybody posslbX and for (*> public highway puroeea.hereby 'mnn. them rmid' out of mid *nv other funds anecifi"llv, providedfor -"".. In the Qenate and In the BF IT BF"OIVHD BY THE IFnt,-

build one without a blUl'prlnt'It Is agreed to and shall be submitted I on the seme ria.1s .le tax pro such nurnose shall constitute' the rfou.e of "'nr.RPnl.lv.. as herein I ATURE OP THE qTA1tOFFTnR'OA:
of the State of "..d. are distributed .ml the .e'ral "ro"'M1 The ixI'n" reffutar F1An1
to the electors I state Onme Fund and shall he used That the follow"" amendment to Section .
was fantastic, lnsane."TheY've Florida for ratification or rejection at countiesprovided. relor of hv. the Commission, as It shnll deem 1 or regular State rn.us. which I Article' X of the Conntltntloa,
had two floods slnct the next General Election to lie held '.1. erperi'" shall be m." .. fit In carrying out the provisionshereof "r shill have been taken nearest of PlfirMs the gnrntshmMit -
.,.. e... the I ee1,1ftturfnd .n'lorlln.
la 1941 as follows: ion Of and for no other purposes The 'nv snnortlonmertf of o"r."n'Atlv.| of any or
then Mike's trestle is still there the teffWoHirn' .. limit the ex he p< .e I".m.
and > in the spIll'' Mt
"Section K (a). That beginning rommliision' mav not obligate Itself /"n.te due any neron .hI is he 'f a
and the trains are still runnin January. 1st 1843 and for fifty SOl senses of the PABM "pvond the current resources ot .h- p"r"ont.tlv" shall pnn. oi in m fnnVlv .. nri",iHe/t therein' vi o the et.
Fears thereafter tbs proceeds' of two Approved b the ("fl May 13 State Game Fund un' ss swiftcallv Pr such ..nortlon. Tn tie e"nn' '.", orh'.po' TM the same
over It."All so ausborired bv the Legislature 'he t'l'lstntiire" shall f-," '1 ?e'n.'' *I. .I. .
(2c) cents per gallon of the total tax ,. h.ro"v firnnf tr ", he uh
right now," Joe says, lean.n levied by the Stat law upon gasoline" 194.P' In office Secty of State Mat 7. The LeiHs'ature" enact anv 'Ion the renresentatloi' bv '**'=T->pnf1rnpt th" r "iinrure tHP milled to the eiertif SliCe tn
and other like products of petroleum. laws in aid' of but not Inconsistentwith Cs rnI1..1 'he Oeneril FleeMon of Representsfives -
over and polntln' a bony finger under BOW known ta the Second Qu Tax 191 the provisions! of this amendment "" with'n thirty chin In 114 fir their' annroval or re

"we're in the same and other fuels used to propel and all ..I.tlnf I liws Inconsistent ,fte. the adto'-mmint of the rwnilvps lectionIhnt' Is to .av. that Section 1
my nose, upon RESOI.trrON Proposing .Jort evil the te M.latnre tw'ptvi t
motor .vehicles shall aa collected. be JOIN herewith .h l lon. re'nam of Article X he amended by adding
fix that railroad was In. Our bridgeof placed monthly In the State Roads 1 to the ( ,t'tltlon' of In force end .rr.r. "1 law flxlne' 'p .'.,-.'".. session to oiair1e'etc 'hereto the f"owln. Section-
i. State ot Florida to of the fp'Mon of .""n"n..nt' an'1Mf
Fund' the State Treassari ".n.'tl. for riro .
is beln' washed out and Distribution In Section 1-A That the salary,
ships fe'I'nre "
of the
lection 3 of Article XVII. Relating t '. this' amendment and Iswe, pyfrioi'rtinorv'
and divided Into three ((3) equal .1
ves! and Income from Source
"rlv renul1'* any
we gotta do something about It parts which shall be distributed Im.ndment Imposing 1..n.. tacos shall ". enacted |s hecehe rnnnrt1 whanoever due snd owing tn he.eome .
BB rr RESOLVED BY TITE LEGISLATURE by Legislature from time o rM".O" the .pn-p"hl'nn 5'"epr,1r4 .
monthly tne several countiesas .
and do it quick-or else. among FLORIDAThat he chic penertimenC before due and owing to any n.'t'w'na'iio
to time
follows" : STAT Is the head of family. residing
"If they'll just let this guy Kaiser One part according( to area, one part the Section"' 3 of Article to 1 proved by the Governor tav 8tn. .".. eerom.nt....' .o e.'M"."1 forsnnorMrcn"ifh eftranrd. 'n thIs stute shall I.a the .uMert of
b known" .n
alone and quit yellin' 'cant' and'fantastic1 according to population. and one part Constitution b XVI. i1Fi'er -"rnt. shall not he I'm'tert to nlre .' "lahmertt In the eour" of th's
of the present .
ad ] in office Secty ot Stnte. MntS e .
ate be provided by law ta
according to the counties" contributions shall .n" of tw'nt" rt'o-s at n'1 no1'.qpnnronm'pent O
he'll agreed to o
the Is hereby
and 'impossible' go
1m. 1941 ." Clip eT'ent of not than 2"iof
to the cost of Stat road construction electors of the Stateat Is ."p.1 >i<1 h mn.
ahead and give us the answer to In the ratio o) distribution submitted the general to the election of Representatives ."oc4e. no h'i.inps. than sur1rtftov'tnnvw ",.h '.'," wanes and Income to
as orovtded In Chapter IMSh Laws of t the payment of snv. nhlliraflons arl .5
Proposlnssn >
to b* beld In the year A. O. 1842 RESOtUOf .
our problem"But by tub.neouent
Florida Acts of 1931. and for the purpose nf the by the Governor June 1 express or Implied contract
,"" I says. "there's a lot of of the apportionment based on to-wi: 3onsritut of t Florida Plv Artdina '941.nproved to the adoption nf this
the counties' contributions for the Section 3. B at any regular or special ReIn "nendment provided however that
things enter Into It. You see, we I eoet of State road construction tbs or extra session the Legislatureby Thereto ng to the an Election ddltlonal of Circuit Section, Pulses Filed tn office of Secretory of State II.. t.r.1.tnr. .h.l not extend the
for battleships amount of the contribution established vote of tbre.lourt. ot all members "me 9 1941 **' herein
need bit of material pm
every by the certificates made In 1931 elected t Bou shall determine BE IT RESOLVED B7 TI LEOI9VrURt v'derf where the salary Is C'". n" 1_
and tanks and a million pursuant to said Chapter 15* 9. sbsJl that emergency requiringan -* OF THE STATE ORIDs RFSOTtJTTON Pronnslne Per week excent to n..r"III' of life
be taken and deemed conclusive tn early decision by the electors of the That Article I ot the Constitution ot A JOf" VTII ni thfConstitution .s may C'on .nna to time be defined
other things. Besides the Army b an Amen'l' i-n1 to
computing the monthly amounts distributable State exists an amendment to this the State of Florida be amended < the A..1. of Florida hv the Te"lslat"cenprned
and Navy got their program map according to said contributions Constitution dealing with the subjecttntter adding tber.t an additional' Sectionto Relating to County St. MunIcipalOov.rm.nt. A by the Governor June ii.
48 of eald
be Section
of such be
emergency may proposed 1041
Such funds so distributed s iall .
ped out and we can't upset the be administered by the State Board of and If the proponed Amendment Article relating to the Election 01 Clr- F"." tn oflce Secty of June
whole applecart at this stage of Administration a* Hereinafter provided be agreed to by a three-fourths .vot* suit Judg be and the same la hereby BB r ENACTED BT T LFO13t II 1941. S.t
be submitted to O THE STATE ORTn"
of all the members elected to each .h.1 ATE .
the game." Rouse the fame shall be entered upon 'he electors of State of Florida tl. rnl0wlnl .m.ndm.n to ArHcl -
Battleships I snorts Joe. "Shadesof (b) Th Governor a* Chairman the their respective Jour.1 with the ,.. for ratification or rejection! at the of tho A JOTVT nESILtmO1 P"tn.
State Treasurer and tbs State Comptroller and nays tberen. al Oeneral Election to be held on the State of Florida relating to Cunt 'he Amendment of Section
c Billy Mitchell we're all clutteredup shall constitute a body corporate sam session T.reupon provide first Tuesday after the flr.t Uondav and Munldnal Government M"le' XVI of the Constitution' of Pl/
that we 10 'be known a* the Stat for a special tlll.tu.to be held 'n November' I94J follow" numbered Seclton 11 of saId Article Ida Relating to Tsxatlon of Propertyof
with batteships now Board of Administration,' whIch Board not 1 less than ninety nor more than "Section 45 Circuit Judge vni be and the same Is hereby agreed Corporations with Certain
don't dare move anywhere without ahall succeed to all the power" control one bund eighty days after ad nereafter elected by the .h.1 '1> and "hell be submitted to the electors t'ons 'oe Religious Scientific E.ml
and authority or the statutory Board for publication of b (Judicial\ of the mat for ratification or pal Educational
4 protectln cloud of airplanes. And of Administration Said Board shall electors o their respective electionto r.I..ra. !at.ma
a notice at which special election Mrculta other and County rejection at the next or Chnrltahie "
bays in addition to sueS powers" aa th.re. Stat 1942. tn.", It f" "
the deeper Amendment shall be be held In
Nn.mll.r. <
the bigger they are, ifflclals are elected BP IT RF OTVFO BT [
be conferred It by law 1t
may upon submitted to the electors of the State Commissioners T
Section It The I TTBB OP TifF ST VTT
first election of Circuit Judge Count
sink. control and supervisionof IF
they management for approval' or rejection providedthat Te be
; of Dade
the proceeds of said two ISo) cents be beld at the General Ejection "ho Ihal Section 1 That the followingaTendment "
You Just can't get anywhere ar- Of said taxes. and all moneys and otheramete It a general election ot Rpr..n. In 1948 t take office on the tintTuesday elected at the l.n.r.1 election 194 to Section 18 of Article
tatives Is to occur within the
the first Monday In shall lI.lnnlnl of the Constitution of the State
Well that's the which on the effective date ot 1
'Uln' with Joe.
such Amendment shall be submittedto ate office
& of their, terms of
relating to taxation of the
January I for term of six years
this amendment are applicable or may a Pn.ll1.
We Just sit around th lectors at such general election Dade County Into flv County Commissioners1 of corporations with certain
d way It goes. become applicable to the bonds' of the Tbs tem. all such offices as theyshail be numberedby nro"
several. counties ot this Stat or any severally exist at the time of r.trlate to exemptions! for religious scientific mu-
and never get
and talk and talk from
epochal road and bridge district or It I majority M the electors votineupon adoption of this Amendment .h.1 be the said on ntclnM .""..tnn,1 literary f".ral
anywhere. But Joe Is a good guyHes other special taxing district thereof the proposed Amendment .hal and they are hereby extended t terminate to five. respectively. and delineate such the nr charttsble ". be
his Issued prior to July tat 1931. lor road adopt the Amendment the same on the first Tuesday the I boundaries of such Districts In same Is hereby agreed to and shall
patriotic-quit drlvin' car. Sod brIdge purpose Tn. word become s ban of this Constitution first Monday In January 1948." manner to In.'ud. within the respective ". uhmltfed to the electors of the

personally gathered up all the scrap "Bond!" u tinea herein shall Includefcopds This Amendment .bal no be held to Approved by the Governor. June 11 Districts territory follows Stnte of Florida tn .tltrUI or
iinrl other ..,,,....d. tr affect .n. O. of the said Comml'sloners" D. refection' 5, the Se.
time warrant* ante* .1 .I.ttof
In the neighborhood, has a lot of fornu 01 indebtedness issued lot road sxistlni provision 01 the Constitution in office ot of State shall comprise the trllnM to be h.0' In ,Q4"- that 1. to .

war bonds a son in Australia and and bridge purpose* count or relating to Amendments but shall bs Fled 13. 1941 Scr.t which was on the let day Atrl I Pits 'aid Section 15 of srttcle XW ,
special road and 1I {dg-- district or regarded as an additional mtthod 19t. embraced within Pectlon 'he Constitution of the Safe of Pn.
a daughter In the WAACS. All Joe district outstanding Amendment ther.toApll'O" numbered 24 to TO Inelii"1 MI h* amended to
other special taxing A Ri 'I UTION of ElectIon Pr<' .
Pt.uan and also such parts
by Governor 5 JOn In" '
tbs May ""
the cockeyed July 1st 1931 or an? re-
wants to do Is WIN on 1941 article numbered 10 96 SO and Al as I
fundlna IMue* thereof Said Board the II Florida by adding .Inrt western shore of Biscavn "Section 18 Thf property al alteomors"nns
!1 of the
Filed la office Seety of Stllk. May a1M1 ODt"ut'ol
war of
hall) bar the Statutory Dowers Section Permitting Bay all as established by a reeolutlon I eveept the property of Ij
V Boardi of County Commissioner and the Legislature t vest the Power of the County Commissioners (Corporation which shall construct a
Bond Trustees and of any other of making Rules Regulations Relating 14 sh'n or b.'. renal serous the nenlnula -
Men between the ages of 43 and Authority of special road and bridge A JOnrr RESOLDTIOrl!: Proposing to the Conservation of SaltWater of iniq said Count adopted as Resolution No."be Mo r Florida If the Legislature'

50 who have character, skills or district and other special taxing district an Amendment to Article Iot tbs Fish and Salt Water Products should o enact whether heretofore
thereof with regard to tald ronstttutlon of the State ot Florida in a Board or Commission ICTTAnother of MM paId Districts shall or h.r."o Incorporated shall be "I
aptitudes which make their enlist bonds (except that th. power to levy P'lr'lve to the Executive Department BT and only thet.rtOM. ,_ t t"st1on unless' such
ment desirable and who are other- ad .valorem taxes to .expreul withheld by Addln. thereto sn Additional 8etlon LATORS BB IT OF RESOLVED TUB STATS T Lta comp'.t the which territory was on the let day t be and used tl the extent .
from laid board and thall take overall to Create a Unm and Pnsn of the Constitution embraced Commissioners' ieee one-fourth thereof for rehlglnme.scIentifIc .
Sixteen Ml. I
now enlist in document and 'record Water Fish CommissionBB That Alcl. I municipal, !
Wise qualified may paper Stat ot Florida beamended No 4 Commissioners edunttlop literary
concerning the earns Said Board IT RESOLVED BY OW LBQISLATURE o D.trlC fraternal nr charitable
States It thereto an addi No S In
the adding as _
United ,
of ,
the Army snail ban. the power from' dm to OF TUB STATE OF FLORHJA Section D.trlr d.bP poees however this
be known Minutes P\.1
has been announced at MocDlll Mm to IMU refunding Bonds to mature That the following Amendment to tlO Son to 16 authorizIng the Bol "P o of said Cn. ment "t effect the provision
within the std fifty I SOl..yearperiod Article IV 01tb./ Constitution of the Alcl.. Oomlllone.. (of *JecflivTis, 1J end 14 nf Article IT
Field, Tampa. They will be assignedto for any of said outstanding Stat of Florida relative. to the executive Legislature and this uower o m.Il p..t9 of seq the I said lof the Constitutor) nf Florida

Service Command or War Department Bond or Interest thereon and to aa- Department by addlnsj thereto aa rules of regulations salt water rlatll and Anoth'. Ommllon. I ." by the Governor. June 11.
..... them by pledge of anticipated additional Section to bs known a* fa la emnl. day of AnvIl 11 .o
overhead units or Installations otherfas salt water products tn a I -which .o t.
receipt from eueb gasoline or Section 30 of said Artlel IV. creating mission be and the 1941 Commissioners' Dis Piled til 1itt' Secretary at
where they will release ) taxes to be distributed to snobsounty a Oams and Praeh Water Flab Commission and shall be submitted .mllr. described in '' ,Tune 11. 141 .
provided Ixrt notas be the t trlC I Bl
as herein and earn is hereby .1
ot the State of/ nf the
enlisted men for general military I greater rat nt Interest than said qyoed to and shall be submitted or rejection P .1 mlnut Id Count. at .O. The votes ru m compliance with
woods now bear and to totu. sail or the Bacton et the State at Honda 'or rtUI.tt 19 said proposed am.odme. and theeavasli.
service.A to OeM on and also an the .
chant* on behalf of any munty ow'' for ratlflcatloo rejection at Us Ont met after b first Monday a first .to"41embraced rtor'usIthereof.
V nit for too sots MOTH** or retiring General election! to to* held on th* f. .aa day 01Ap ( shall be subjected! to the samehvcuia'tons
November UsO. a* m numbered
aid beads tamed by enea county, orsrweMJ ftnt Tuesday after the first Monday I fio. olo and rel M are p
new blackout paper Is claimed road aevd bridge dtstrtt orMfcer In November 1MJ a* rotloirsiSeetton -Section I The LI.C may T5 the*o aforesaid. loelul. s* lb.t""o |nded by .
distnie thereofasmins vest In Board : by N the State Florida
seal taalac 30 1 From and aft* *saaary -
to be resistant to water M well as at otaar fnst tea auttelpattan l 1M3 the DllDanmlln' restoration now ereated or that may b* ereassdby IN T wIRIC S

to fire. This means that color will Ssrttfloatea b.artn. tttereae a* not aonasrymttoa ana ratrnlatton. ii. authority to nuke east sstaolisn AnottMt ol the .DtatrMa b. set .j
__ ...... are* <*> per aM war en- the tU'.. tame. isa beutD, anlm&s r and .IC without reward oomprtM the Ila .1 U ar the I
not run when the paper Is exposedto ... .. useb. and fNeIJ __ fteb. 01/ the Mate 01PtesldL elaSlo nat the las day at Aprn. eb .lte P M ? .

moisture. The paper it appliedon -"desoisinalteisfw sad the .........-. ...,...... to the f In Oomsalsslonn District HMt .
: peer JI8I'\Od .. .sszdJI saist _wet. ud _usaesust" taJ aid p. I denb4 km I "r o< tfc* Mlnwteaof Is* day f Angus .
any surface with a water-proof t III .. .. SO .iJ-li.. 1 L..... -SOI -. __ __ AIWes-d kf *. JwJM" U. the Om_. ft ..i J

adhesive. ..... .. ....... -. ...... """'-- sad as ... WIIIInr so. 1 County *. 1 5 heors.lIISasIj,