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Title: The Okeechobee news
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Language: English
Publisher: The Okeechobee Publishers, Inc.
Place of Publication: Okeechobee Fla
Creation Date: September 18, 1942
Publication Date: -1992
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Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 82, no. 91 (Sept. 13, 1992).
General Note: "The voice of the Everglades."
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Volume 28-Number 13 Okeechobee, Florida, Friday, September 18, 1942 Price Five Cents

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oli'OF'' MONTSDEOCA; WEDS FOUR TONS OF SCRAP -

HONOR JESSIE D\VIS AUGUST 29 DO YOUR PART METAL GATHERED HERE I NEWS ABOUT OUR

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MEN IN SERVICE Mr and Mrs R. C. Davis of
State Road 8 announce the mar I The Scrap 'Metal Drive whichwas I MEN IN SERVICE

riage of their daughter, Jessie, to conducted here last week resulted I

EDITOR'S NOTE-.-We are very Pvt Fred Montsdeoca on Saturday, Are YOU doing your part in the all out I In the accumulation of over : Mr.
and Mrs. J. H. Walker, Jr.
,
anxious to have the name and ad- August 29. at Spartenburg, S. C I four tons of scrap which has already I I 'In
are
WAR that our country is fighting? Have receipt of their first V-Mall
dress of each boy from Okeechobee The ceremony was \performed by I been taken In charge by the letter from their son Johnnie whoIs
County who is'ln the service of his Mrs Martha S. Pace. I local defense stationed with the
YOU volunteered in a local defense unit or council. United State
In The bride wore a white silk
country order that this list may
Army somewhere In
Australia. The
be complete, If you have not already Jersey sport model with white ac- I In discussing the scrap metal
YOU the other letter was written 21 and
do August
turned In the names of all cessories. She attended Sebring are letting man or woman drive Mr. Raifsnider, chairman of
of relatives who In the high school and is employed as a I the local defense council, stated reached them here on September
your are
YOUR part in carrying on this vital work? that If one had 13 Johnnie has recently been promoted
Army, Navy or Marines, please do clerk In a local store. any more scrap
so at once so that our list will be The groom, who is the son of : that had not been picked up to I!I to the .rank. .of sergeant.
complete. Mr. and Mrs. Julian Montsdeoca REMEMBER the only persons that are I i please notify him or any member '
of the defense council Word has been received by Chief
of Lorlda was graduated from or any city
',' I really giving today are those at the front lines. : official and the and Mrs. R. C. Evans that their
truck
Albert Smith, U. S. S. Kelauea, Avon Park high school and Southern | would call I
son J. C. Evans who
I was recently
I by and It,
College at Lakeland. For the get J
somewhere the Atlantic. Son of
on
the sacrifice accepted In the United States
They are making by ArmyIs
supreme
Mr. and Mrs. Ashberry Smith of past six years he has been stock- I The local defense council ex- now confined to the army hoer

Okeechobee Enlisted In the Navy man at. the Brighton Indian Reservation giving their all. THEIR TIME, ENERGY, tends their thanks and appreciation pital at Wlndsoy Locks, Conn., suffering .
April 16, 1942. He entered the armed serv- to the people of the town and
from cold.
a sere His
Les July 14 and is undergoing a county for the fine
In
I and THEIR LIVES IF NECESSARY. ARE response condition Is not serious.
Fred Smith, In Service School at basic training course at Camp i I I this drive. .. .. .-

Norfolk Virginia. Son of Mr. and Croft S. C-Sebrlng News.v YOU GOING TO BE A SLACKER BY LETTING II I ------. .V--- i J: D. (Jessie) Wilson arrived
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Mrs. Ashberry Smith of Okeechobee .- -. -- -- I Focal home Wednesday afternoon and U

Entered service. .April. 18, 1942. Bond Sale At The : THEM DOWN ? If we do not ALL pull Ked Cross Is spending se ral days here with
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his parents Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Wilson -

Private Pete Leltner somewhere together, we are likely to lose this WAR. Making Up | Jesse has recently been a'P.
overseas with Infantry. Son of Gilbert i I Theatre': Many I pointed to the rank of corporal.
Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Leitner of Okee- We have a place for you in the U. S. I He is stationed at Keesler Field,

chobee. Entered service January I Useful f I Dressings i Miss., where lie is in the aviation

8, 1942. \Was \MAttorned\ ARMY: AIR FORCE, AIR WARNING i corps. .

Serjeant Huey Glenn Watford, SERVICE. See the Chief Observer today and Mrs E. M Meserve chairmanof I, Word reaches us that Frank Barber .
radio operator at Fort Bragg North The Theatre Box Red Cross Division
Party" spon-i and director who recently enlisted in the
Carolina. Son of Mr. and Mrs W. sored by Mr. Culbreth Wednesday | sign up for one of these watches. of surgical dressing operations ,I U. S. Army Air Corps has beentransferred

T. Watford. Enlisted October 29 night at the Gilbert Theatre was: at the Women's Club, reports that I to Kelley Field at San.
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1940 -. -. .- II tremendous success It exceeded the work is progressing very satis Antonio, Texas, and that he has
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bv tar m)' earlier estimates of sales, -------------- -- --- factorily. Their quota of 9,000' passed all of his examinations and

Private First Class Herman K. and I am always an optimist especially of September total $14416.00. I I CIIVRCII OF CHRIST SCIENTIST surgical dressings for the monthof is now in pre-flight training. He

Watford radio operator, at Fort concerning War Bonds and W. R. Page, Chairman, 1 SVB.IECT FOR SEPTEMBER; 20 September is assured. In fact says that he likes the army life\
Bennlng. Georgia Son of Mr. and Stamps. they anticipate 6,000 of the
I Okeechobee War Savings I finished fine
Mr. W. T. Watford. Enlisted: product by the end I I .
The final checking Thursday Committee. "MATTER" is the subject of the of this week |

October,f 29, 1940.. tFred showed War Bond and Stamp sales -..--v' :i leiion-seimon which will be readin Although the work' Is going along'verj 'I j Henry Hancock this week enlisted -
was 1067500. value of Churches nicely, l. rs. Meserve states ]
maturity of Christ, Scientist In the United States Navy and
Borome, of Mr. and I
son that I
Mrs R. Borome. Sound Operator Bonds. These sales go to the credit Small Farmers Of throughout the world on Sunday, with the new arrangements it'is left yesterday for Miami where he
of the Gilbert TheaUe as Its I September 20. possible to use 41 ladles on a will later be transferred to some
Class stationed I
Third Now at shift! ,
part of the national drive in the The lesson-sermon Includes the and she would welcome additicnal his'
training for Initial train.
Brooklvi> New York, on a new I I camp
} motion picture Industry to boost Area Can Get Loan :i I following\ from the Christian Science help at this time. ing.
minesweeper and sub chaser. Enlisted -
The I 1
regional director .
the sales of War Bonds to( cue billion > textbook Science and Health who paid .
in the .Navy. in May 1942. dollars for the month of Sep with key to the Scriptures by Mary Okeechobee a visit last week, was Wilson
Pearce arrived here
Sergeant John H. Walker, son tember. If every movie house in For Their Needs : Baker Eddy: "Divine Science deals I I Ius i I I being highly made enthused with the progress I ,itertiay and Is spending a' short yes-
here.
I the country does half as well as I chief blow at the supposed ma- Especially did
.of Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Walker, he commend the chart furlough with his parents,. Mr. and
the Glbert Theatre the Salute To terlal foundation of life and Intel- '' system beIng -
Mrs. J. C Pearce. Wilson Is In
]r., mechanic In ground crew used A '
To the small farmers complete set of charts'
Our Heroes drll'e111 far exceed many ligence. it dooms idolatry A belief
II the and has been stationed
1n the United States Air I Navy
Army was
1U this area the Importance of in-I in other prepared by Mrs. Wallace, ands
quota. gods, ,other creators,
. I"W'd..IqJew. hAur-1( )well did the at Norfolk Val>ut expects to go
(
ciHisedood production cannot and other creations inspector like them f
"The Iddles 'ot OkeechoWe'donat- mutt go down ''as'he
Enlisted Oct- 1 { to sea as soon returns from
lla. in in
that
a Army he
over this time W\ has asked for a set to
emphasized at before Christian i
ed 42 boxes of food to make thisdrl'e \ Science" (p. 535: his furlough. :He will leave to return
ober 1940. send to so'
i headquarters
the
for coming year. First in 10141. that copies <
possible, and never have I to Norfolk Tuesday of next
portance the small farmer should I -- V may be made to use throughout
seen so beautiful artistic
many week.
Monroe Rogers son of Mr. and realize the I the country wherever this work Is I
necessity of raising J .
Mrs. J. R. Rogers of Okeechobee, and The original packages colors anywhere i enough food and feed at home to I v-r]ail Can flow Be being carried on.
predominating used were
: :tatlone.d with the United States take care of family and farm needs Too much praise cannot be given We are In receipt of informationthat
Army in Texas. Entered service In red, white and blue, and the contents and secondly to produce those | to these women who are giving I Bill Stratton son of Mr. and
of the boxes run very strongly Used To Mrs. Nat Stratton has arrived
duly 1942. foods for market that will effect- Writing their! time and labor to this most
to fried chicken. It would be ively aid the United Nations In ', worthy cause. |j somewhere In the Far East and It
Private Henry Prescott, SOIof Impossible to describe all the dif- ---v------- I[ Is supposed from his letter that
their needs for the vast quantityof
Our Men' In Service
ferent designs used in decoration he Is In India.
likely
Mrs. Martha Prescott of Bassinger food necessary to win the war. '| i very
stationed with Infantry at Fort I bur among the leaders for originality LargeSums Paid : *
Those families who are not able
was the beautiful box) made ,
Entered service In
Bill, Oklahoma. |: Word reaches us that Earl Bond,
In the shape of a huge "Red Cro. s" to finance their own home food Floridians who have been con- !
April 1942. i son of Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Bond
donated by Mrs. Messerve; the uni- production nor the production ofa ,, reined about correspondence reach- To Needy People ''
'Of this city, has recently been
small acreage of marketable me men afloat afield In the Pa-
que "Uncle Sam's Hat" in proper or
Andrew J. Potter, son of W. E. I!I transferred from Fort Bennlng, Oa.,
colors and filled with fried chicken. I goods may if eligible obtain the I clflc area can lighten their worries
Potter ot Okeechobee, aboard the to Fort Bragg, N. C.So. .
U. S. Battleship Washington En-., I Imagine, presented by Mrs. Hamp rpx'essary finances for their op- considerably by taking advantage Of State of Florida
erations by obtaining small loans of the latest --VI --
lUtedIn November 1941. Connerly; and the very clever Navy's innovation I
| "Moon Box", depicting the man In from the Farm Security Adminis V-Mail. -- Commissioners

Lawrence Sellers, son of Mr. and the moon with a very very broad tration. This new type mail, written on Cash grants received during the .
Sellers Okeechobee grin on his face on the front and Families or Individuals eligiblefor special forms which can be obtain- month of August by Okeechobee
Mrs. E. O. of
board the U. S. S. Arkansas.: Entered the same gentleman with a terrible a loan are low-Income opera- I led''I! at any postofflce or substation, County recipients of Old Age As- ,,. Transact BusinessIn
service in June 1941. frown on the reverse side of the tors, share-croppers and farm laborers '| Is photographed on 18-mllllmeter sls.anee. Aid to the Blind and Aid

box. This was presented by Mrs. who have available labor resources j j I microfilm spools, greatly reducing to Dependent Children totaled $2-

Private Ernest E. Raiford, son of "Mom' Wallace and I understand have or can obtain land I the bulk of ordinary mall. Upon 624, according to announcement of Regular SessionThe

Mrs. Susie Ratford of this city It contained a cake with green resources that can be used to grow arrival at their destination they State Welfare Commissioner LelandW.

stationed with the 14th Repair Icing and was labeled 'GreenCheese" the crops that are needed and who nre reproduced. 4 by 5'4 Inches In Hlatt. '
Squadron United States Army : These beautiful boxes cannot get adequate credit elsewhere size. During the month $1,949 was Board of County Commis-

Air Corps, Duncan Field. San Antonio sold from $10.00 low to $50000 high. V-Mail Is dropped In letter boxes paid to 119 receipents of Old Age sioners of Okeechobee County, Flor
Texas. Enlisted December The average purchase for all boxes Eligibility will be based on the Just as ordinary mall but when It Assistance; $395 to 23 recipients of ida, met In regular session on Mon.
1941. was $200.00. following\ five factors: is received at postofflces the speedup Aid to the Blind and $372 to 14I day September 7, 1942 at 9'00 A.

Mr. Culbreth had announced' 1. The family shows evidence of campaign begins. I families ((27 children) receiving Aid M.

Private Elzle Godwin, son of W. previously that three prizes wouldbe Industry and ability sufficient to After being photographed these to Dependent Children. Present were: Chairman C. F.

E.:: Godwin of Upthegrove Beach, awarded for the packages selling ,, make effective contribution to our malls go to the destination by the During the same period, net cash Walker, Commissioners E. J. Wil
with the Infantry stationed at for the highest amount First ''nation's war needs with such Sup- first available air transportation.They payments to public assistance recipients son, J. T. Phelps, Ernest HillIard

Camp Pickett, Va. Entered service -, $5 second $3 and third $2. The ervision and guidance as can be rate highest priority theygo the state over aggregated and R. E. Bass; County Attorney
in June 1942 two boxes selling for high, were made available and has a definite immediately I I $778,707, or at the rate of $9,334.I I,,7. W. Conely Jr.; Sheriff: L. L.
S 1 tied at $500 each box, "and were desire to make such a contribution Whereas regular mall from the 484 per year. This was the largest Conrad and Clerk Roy R. Hauler-
Hawaiian: area to East Coast points I sum ever paid .out In Florida dur-
Private Julian Hodges, son of donated by Mrs. Culbreth\ and son.Upon
Mr. and Mrs. Hodges of Indian- Miss Culbreth. Immediately after 2. The land and labor resourcesof often takes many days-even going ing a single month for this purpose, motion by CommissionerBass

town, United States Army Engineers the sale Mr. Culbreth disqualified the family will enable It to produce by convoy when malls are unusually and was made possible by additional seconded by Commissioner

Fort Belvolr, Va., Entered service these two sales, stating that he be- the major portion of the fam- congested-the new type mall revenues resulting from taxes Phelps, the minutes of the meetings .
In April 1942, lieved his guests were the ones en- ily's needs and (or) make a positive takes only six days from the time levied by the 1941 session of the In the month of August 1942,

titled to the prizes offered. Con- contribution to war needs <%f posting to arrival at Its addressed legislature on money played through were read and approved.
through production of marketable I destination. I the mutuels at horse tracks and The Financial Statement show-
Sergeant Carl Stello, son of Mr. sequently the prizes will be awarded -
and Mrs. K. E. Stello of Okeechobee to the following donors: surpluses. Privacy, too is another redeem- the diversion of the odd cents Ing balances as of August 31, 1942
United States Army Air Corps, 3. The family's health and gen- I ing feature of V-Mail. After being "breaks" at horse tracks, for Old was presented as follows:
| First Prize-Miss Frances Knight
Geiger Field Spokane, Wash. Enlisted 1 whose donation sold for $475 and eral level of living can be main- read by censors, It Is not tam- Age Assistance, and an Increased': 1 .
In in 1942. tained or Improved. pered with In any way until opened : wine tax and a tax on heavy trucks General Fund .... .. $ 1942.10
Army January
was bought by her father Mr. Ed
| 4. There Is a reasonable possibility by the addressee. for Aid to Dependent Children I Fine & Forfeiture Fund. 231.43

Corporal David W. Cassel Jr., Knight.). (Award $5 War Savings I of the family repaying the Admiral Chester W. Nlmltz, Com- I A reduction of 13 per cent In operating Road & Bridge Fund .... .. 324.72

Bon of Mr. and Mrs. D. W. Cassel Stamps loan within authorized repaymentI monder-in-Chlef of. the Pacific costs for the fiscal year end- i I Agricultural: Fund .. ...... 28.48
Okeechobee stationed with the Second prize-Mrs. Hamp Con-|I I periods. Fleet declares: Ing June 30, 1943, was recently an- j Mother's Pensions Fund ... 10.01
of United States Army Air Corps at nerly, whose Uncle Sam's Hat 5. The type of labor and amountof "Everyone should take advantageof nounced by the State Welfare BoardIn I Outstanding IndebtednessFund

Savannah Oa Enlisted from Okee- grought $425 and was purchasedby income Involved In off-farm employment the opportunity offered by V. a drastic economy move Intended .. . ...... ....... .. 148.37.
chobee County September, 1940. Mr. Roscoe Markham (Award will not prevent the famIly Mall. Delivery of personal correspondence to supplement funds available'for 1936 Tax Adjustments

] $3 War Savings Stamps) from adequately using its labor will solve some of our the payment of cash grants. Fund ... .. 8.75

Sergeant Jimmle Belk, son of 1 Third prize-Mrs. Meserve, whose resources on the farm for the pro- mall difficulties, and should ease Court House Bond I it S '

Mrs. Delma Belk of Okeech<>bee. "Red Cross Box" sold for $275 and duction of needed food. the congestion now present In our school. We know there have ,been Fund .. .................. ..... 337.63
In Artillery at Seattle, Wash. En- was purchased by Mr. Joseph Any family or Individual Interested greatly overtaxed postal system. some good classes to graduate, Jail T. W. I it S Fund.! .. 173.97

tered service In December 1941. i D'Agostme (Award $2 War SavIngs In making application for a The V-Mail folders contain all even so extra special ones, but we Jail Repair Fund 1i *..... ... 65.83
l Stamps). I loan may do so by coming to the instructions necessary to expeditethe are going to top them all. We Court Couse Repair Fund 18.75

Private Paul D'Agostlna, son of If these winners will call at the I Farm Security Administration Of- letter. f hope to make the people of Okee- 11940 '(General Refunding

Mr. and Mrs. Joe D'Agostina of theatre box office or contact Mr. lice" second floor County Court V chobee proud of Its twenty-one Fund .. ... .. .. -........... 869.10
Okeechobee. in United States Army Cullireth. tl y111 receive their House, Okoechobee, or by writing THE SENIOR CLASSIC members of the class Refund Indemnity Fund .. 10000.00

at Picket, Va. Entered Ser- prizes. I Burnett Bartlett Co. RR Supervisor Bobby Paige was elected presi-

vice Camp In June 1942, 1 Space will not permit of describing I i Frances O. Houchard, HM: The senior class held a meeting dent, Clyde Durrance vice presi- Total ................................ $14,157.12
more In detail this wonderful 'Supervisor, or Arthur W. Smith, last week at which the class officers dent, Tiny Watford secretary, June I .

Private First Class George Reichert night, but In behalf of Mr. Cul i i Clerk. Box 248, Okeechobee, Fla. for the last sweet old year of Cheshire Treasurer S II van u. I.I Reports of Marks and Brands

son of Henry H. Reichert of breth and myself, I want to thank I V school were elected. Harden reporter, and Skeeter Hunt from Dtstrice 2, 4, and 5, were re-
Okeechobee, stationed with the Infantry each and every one who participated Fortitude I take tb be the quiet* Under the management of these sergeant at arms. I I celved and ordered filed In the

at Fort Bennln, Georgia. and made this sale outstanding possession of a man's self, and an I hew officers and our new teacher, Sllvanus Harden. 'I office of the Clerk of the Circuit

Entered the Army In March 1941. In so many ways. We both undisturbed doing his duty what' Miss Johnson, we expect to have V :1: Court.
say "THANKS A MILLION. ever' evils beset, or dangers lie In one of the best. If not the best I I I Report of Errors and Insolvencies
(Continued on Pale Two) i Bond sales so far for the month the way.-John Locke. clew to ever graduate from this BE WISE; -ADVERTISE for 1941 Revenue, presented by the

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l'ht51 Hospital Apprentice First Class ] -;- Llghtsey of Okeechobee, with the I 1

(Dkecljtilicc[ 1 Marvin L. Wilson, son of Mr. and ....# Army Tank Division somewhere in I' FOP vIcToRr

Mrs. E. J. Wilson of w :- \ Great Britlan. Entered service in i
From where I I.
Published Every Friday by the Medical Corps, United okeechObee'l April 1941. : p'

Okeechobee News Co, at Okeecho- Air Station !.t ED1!
tered the In June 1941.Boatswain's .. I (..,
Okeechobee Florida. Navy --- Lieut. Wilda Lightsey, daughterof '
bee. County
I .. : := '!!/ysll) '. UN1'1'b1JtJ
. Mr.
and Monroe
Mrs Lightsey
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BRYANT BOWDEN ........... .. Editor Mate First Class Rex I .-., I ,. I .. 1 (" .",, formerly of this city but now res- .... .. S

----. Anderson, son of Mrs. Lizzie Anderson ,.l .' idents of Lakeland, United States l F :. ". W "' ...

Entered as second class matter of Frostproof and brotherof 'J1.t4'" Army nurse stationed In Australia, I I 1
H{ )S
July 1. 1914 at the Post Office In Alva Anderson of Upthegrove ftt {
I MIX FROST dropped la,t And 1.ilof taxc ..I read
Okeechobee, Florida under the Beach, stationed with the United '! over IJlt Private Curtis R. Johnson, son of
nlng and we had a glass of beer on the other day that during the nine I IJ6
Act of March 8. 1879.SUBSCRIPTION. States Navy at Key West, Florida. I Mrs Nancy J. Johnson of Okeecho- \STAMPS\
. the back porch. I could see Will jean since beer fame back beer .
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Entered service In May 1942. bee stationed with the Army at
RATE was bustln' to say something. taxes have brought in more than i1

One In advance ...... .. ...2.00 two and a half billion dollars to Camp Gordon, Georgia. Entered "'
year he
"Well" remarks holdIng
Vernon L. Burke son of Mr. and finally the service In June 1941.
Six! months In advance ........ 1.00 government.
Mrs J. W. Burke of Okeechobee, i up his glass to the light of thesetin' .
Three months In advance ........ .'75 *
"I paid income tax
Seaman Second Class at Naval Air j sun my Private William R. Johnson, son :NOT UK OF APPLICATION FOR

bills are on Station, Jacksonville. Entered ser- today-third installment. Then it went on to say that t>>t of Mrs. Nancy Johnson of Okee- TAX DEED
Advertising payable Laws of 1935
,,
the first of each month. Parties vice In summer of 1941, Therewas a note of pride In Will's beer industry provides more th .n chobee, located with the Army at I .Notice ll hereby given that Jainea
in
million dollars day tax- I
a a Fort McClelland Alabama. Entered Immune. holder" of 1m CertlHcnrei
unknown to publishers required to voice that some fol'ss tnhht have Some of that'sfederalsome'sstat ...... HU .mil 1M! issued the 11th day
pay In advance. Private First Class Howard Ren- 'j found aMusing-If they 1.; : :t't and tome's local. But service In July 1942. of July A I). IOU ; Tax Certificate
nis Padgett, eon of Mr, and Mrs. know Will... any way you No alt lo 3.1 Inc., Issued the 7th day
describe it, it'. a lot of money. ir August, A. 1). lull; Tax; CertlflcHtea.No
Reading notices In local columns B. K. Padgett of Okeechobee stationed a Corporal Wilbur Lanier, son of 51H to 671 IMC, Imuii-d. the 6th day

10 cents a line. Rates for display with the Signal Corps of Right here in Florida for Instance Mr. and Mrs. Ira Lanier of East of August, A 1UI. : Tax C'ertlllcntet
.No 5111, 8."J and 1' 343: lamed
the Tth
advertising furnished on applica- the United States Army at Key I Wasn't amusing to me though. I the taxes from beer list Okeechobee In Armored Force day of July A, 1>. llill ; Tux: Certificate

tion Classified advertising 2 cents Field Merrldlan, Miss. Entered happen to know this is the first year were, enough to pay for ten I- Tank Division, stationed at Fort No. lin;; l Issued the 7th duy of June,

each word per Insertion. AH Items service In January 1942 0 year Will's filed an Income tax return engine bombers, thirty-five filter/ Knox Kentucky. Enlisted in June, A 1'-1x9 1).. lIr 11U O ; 1''Jax.111,CerUtk'ulu 1'-1U 113.No..'.IU los,,

regarding enterprises conducted for and I suspect the payment airplanes, or eighty-eight anti-air- 1941. I'-IH, 1'-lla, I'-117, l'-m. 1111 1M20
.
wa'n't in the craft guns. 1 1' l.'l curl 122, Immeil the 5th. day of
big probably
profit are chargeable at rdvertlslng Granville N. Wilson son of Mr 0 very Si-ieinber| A. 1). lll.7 : Tux 1'ertllli.utea
rates. and Mrs. E. J Wilson of Okeecho-i general neighborhood of $3.26. ButI (And it wasn't so long ago a lot ;i Private Clarence Lanier son of No. 34, 3.1 30 and Si>, Issued the and
; know how it made him feel. iluof "ht-iiteiuber; A. 1). 1U2S : Tax
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bee Seaman second class In Mr. and Mrs. Ira Lanier of
of that into
money was going pocKets | IVrtlhVntvi' No. SO: iiJO, 231, 2J2 235
PLEDGE TO THE FUG ,
States Navy aboard U S. S. North Made him feel pool because of bootleggers and gangsters.) Okeechobee now In General Hospital mid .',17, issued the Oth day of August
"I allegiance to the L>. liL'U Tax
pledge Flag ': A. : Certificates No 115
of the United State of America I Carolina Entered service In December lie was doing his part as an American Charleston. South. Carolina. lo lit) Inc 121. 1J3 IH and 125, laKinil -
1941. citizen holding hit tnd. o the 2nd day of Juno A. I>. 11)30,
up "
and to the Republic for which It 'I "There I thought to myself Watson D'Agostlna son ')'IIX ttTtllliutca No, 4s, ,1(1 5J B3 M,
his Corporal n7'-S: v. 111 I nil, 111 and 7J, Issued the
stands: One nation indivisible feel when I sawi holding\\ glass
Private First Class Edgar J. Wilson 0 Made him proud to mail of Mr. and Mrs. Joe D'Agostina of Ird iluof August A U lU.il: : Tax
with liberty and Justice for all." that money direct to Uncle Sam- up to the light "there are two .'...rtlll.oteo0: 43 to 49 iac. and 01,
_. -. son of Mr and Mrs. E.' J. Wilson for things that's needed to win this American! that pay their v.iy.: Okeechobee in United States Armyat .iHBUi'il the fit h ilin of June A L) 10321;
of Okeechobee, United States >\ ill Frost and beer." Camp Stewart, Ga. Entered 'lux ('.,rllllcllt.. No. T-7.il, 7 24, 1'.7.13
war witn. und (111. Ixaued' the Ttu duj of August
HONOR ROLL Marine Corps stationed somewhereIn service In June 1942
I .\. V 1113:1: ; Tax l'erlillcoto0, 2S,
the Pacific. Enlisted more than That's the way Will would feel l"iued tbe ht day of October A. D

(Continued from page: 1) ]I two years ago. bout bein' able to pay income 80e 1tCAwt{ Private John Beacham Rauleri I 1ID4: ; lax CerUII"Rto0.: 23, Uauedthf
Vh of Ll
il'lv Auirimt A 11)31: ;
Private Smiley Waldron son of I! taxes. kind of citizen he is. i i son of Mr. and Mrs. T. J.I Tux (vrtllliiitc No, 4), issued the lat

Mr and Mrs. N. F. Waldron of | Private Jack Hcndry son of Mr Raulerson of Okeechobee, with day November: A. I'. 1U.1T: : Tn
I 21.
('ertlllenteeo.;: .It and' 41. Il0u"d
Olteechobee with the Infantry stationed I and Mrs. J. J. Hendry of Lake No. 46 Series Army Parachute Division stationed I the 3rd duy of July, A, 1), 11)31) ; and
at camp Pickett, Va. Entered ;Placid and brother of Representative of a ( / ", I'Ji.! !, liKwing Industry Foundation I :at For Bennlng Ga. Entered ser- Tux Ivrtllli'iites No 31, 30, and 40. lamifd -
the nth
ilin of August A. D.
service In June 1942. i i Bill Hendry of Okeechobee. In vice in January 1942. 1111), but filed saute In tuv office has
I the Air Corps at Denver. Colorado. I nniilo, n|>|illi-atlou for a Tux Used to

Corporal Jessie D. Wilson son of ]Entered service July 1, }942. Private First Class Earl Bond Sergeant Purmel Hargraves son Private James Johnson colored iMiilmiee hi', lamed the thereon following Said described C'urtlHcatea property -

Mr and Mrs. E. J. Wilson of Okee- | son of Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Bond of I of County Supervisor of Registration i son of Sam Johnson and wife of In the County of Okeecbouee

chobee, stationed at Moore Field I Okeechobee In Field Artillery now and Mrs. Hargraves of this Mute of I lorldii, to nit :
Matthew Leroy Bass, colored son Okeechobee with Army MilitaryI All Block 1 to 4S Inclusive lex
Mission Texas. Entered service In of Leroy Bass and wife of Okee- on maneuvers In South Carolina city. United States Army Air I I Police stationed at Edgewood Md. loll 3 and, 12 of Block B. Hunter-
Entered service In August 1940. Corps, Spence Field Moultrle Oa. hand Sulidlvlalon of the S\\'% of
February 1942.Sergeant chobee with the United States Entered Army in April 1942. 8.'<,. 21), Iwp 33, Kge 33.
I Enlisted December 2, 1942. Promoted .
Army In Australia. He entered the I Ali VIorhH 1 to 13 Inrlualre !lea.
Enoch Walker son of Mr. and to rank of sergeant July 1st. 'rut, 1. 2J. 23 and 24 of Block 7.
Julian Morrison son of I Army In May 1941 Private First Class Claude V. ....eoiler Park Siibdlvlilon being
.
Mrs. W H. Russell of Okeechobee Mrs. Hulon Walker of Okeechobee. I I Gardner, son of Mrs. Z. E. Harmon j ii iihilirlxlon of Lot. 11 and U

stationed at Fort penning, Oa He I Wayne O Burke, son of Mr. and I now serving with the Submarine Private First Class Lawrence of Okeechobee In United States See.Lot 17 tf,, Tup Sec 0 33., 'J'WI Hge,3:;S3.. lluo :31 ,

enlisted In the United States Army Mrs.] J W. Burke of Okeechobee Forces somewhere In the Pacific. Olin Godwin brother of Oliver i I Army Medical Corps at Fort Ben- Lots 5 anil d. Block) H, Uroclv fnlilhlHlon >.

In the summer of 1940 I Apprentice Seaman In the United He enlisted In the United States Godwin Mrs. H T Scott Mrs.'ning Georgia. Entered service in : Lot, 31, Soix, Twn 31111" :\
:34 : mid 1 l.ol 14 110"'. ID, .j'\\'II.[
:States Navy at Norfolk Virginia Navy In May 1937. Hulon Walker Mrs. Vernon Light- March 1941.Pharmacist. fi. I if i' 34. \

H, H. (Sparky) Osteen. son of :Entered service In May 1942. I sey and Tom Godwin of Okeechobee. under The VrtlrUiiriMi aHiexanienta Ixaned of fnlil property

Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Osteen now of Private Woodrow Walker young- with field Artillery at Fort' Mate 3rd class R P. names of: were lu the

Fort Pierce but former residents of I Private William R. Vanbrunt, est son of Mr. and Mrs. J. H: Sill, Oklahoma. Entered service in Coleman son of Dr. and Mrs. T. I evil P (Colonisation i. llarwood, L.Co A.. Uuthrle.It. udentldt'l South.,

Okeechobee. with the United States .Coast Artillery stationed at Miami Walker Sr., of Okeechobee, now I June 1941. ''T. Coleman United States Naval K Marls, A Wanlli'iik, E. C. Sbialer,
at the Induction Station at J. li. Clerk, H, S. Hunt, Unknown
Air Corps Foster Field Texas. En- ]Beach Florida. Entered Army In serving Hospital, Brooklyn N. Y. Entered (I. $lmsotl. Hutrle hltchnmt. John ,

tered service In August 1941 0 July 1941. Camp Blandlng Starke, Fla.. En- Lloyd C. Llghtsey son of Mr. and I service In June 1942. Slnmiona, Jiimea nfton. Whlttaker,

, i tered the United States Army In Mrs. Van Lightsey of Okeechobee, 1 Arthur Choice, Will Fend Joe and
Vera Peoples F.: V. Itanmon GeorgeWrltflK
Private James V Cousart son of Captain Ward Baggott, son of May 1942. stationed at Norfolk Va., with the Private James Clark Hancock In ) II. L. ltea\ea, Eugene: Johnnoil I.

the late Ja!. B Cousart and Mrs. ( ;Mr. and Mrs. F. H. Baggott of United States Navy In the Signal : United States Army Air Corps at I dun Mnbry. .",'.." "011I wire, An- y
nlnMlllnuiB R b ,
o ertl.nndon Smith Noah
Marlon V. Cousart of Okeechobee ]Panama City, Florida but former Private Robert C. White son of Corps Entered the Navy In April Keebler Field Miss. Entered service Smith, JinneR llooriri For-

stationed with Medical Corps at :residents of Okeephobee, in Army Mr. and Mrs. M. E. White of Okee- 1942. r In July 1942. 1 1I i I r".k.10111." liarrln. Tuttle Predict t
CIIITiird l ioralil.
Miirr Hiott. holly
Camp McCoy Miss. Enlisted In the i Air Corps Entered service In sum- chobee stationed with the United 1-::, U..triT \\', II. \\Hlilli-. ,I.1'. Copo- 1

Army in April 1942. I mer Of 1940. States Army In California.. He Private First Class LeRoy Chandler I Private Rodothy Howard colored Klihanlaon) Bnrihln'' I'lvarvern. Marie
'
I entered the Army In March 1942.. son of Mr. and Mrs. Perry baud Itlt'hurd Adams, ( C. Mrltno
.
.'son of Bell Collier of Okeechobee Joo MillerV. t:. Imnnnn-av, LouU
Corporal Ray Bass son of Mrs. / Pivate Wilford Sloan son of Mr. Chandler of Basslnger stationed In Army stationed at Shwachnea f'hnrry, C Runnel, John Smith Earl '-a
\Vlllhimn .1. t'. feels, Peter Sellers, .
Angle Bass of Okeechobee In Coast John Relchert eon of Henry H with the Medical Corps at Camp ,
and Mrs. Bethel Sloan of Okeecho- Ariz. Entered service in May 1942. I'liullne I'lilill'. tale ( rnnl.
Artillery stationed at Camp Davis bee with Communication Regiment Reichert of Okeechobee, stationed ) Murphy, Hobe Sound Fla., Entered I'nloi mid. 'crtiricBtci shelf he r.-

N. C. Enlisted In the service In I United States Army Air Corps Orlando wiih the Coast Guard in Maryland.Entered service in January. .1942 I j I C. A. Mathews grandson of Mr. deemed therein according shall to he law told, property to the high-rtnicrlheil -

January 1942.Sergeant I Florida Entered service In the service in Jane 1042. and Mrs. J. F. Bond of Okeechobee, Pet bidder nt the Conrthonie door on
I Private Jack Paige son of Mr. the first MnnilnIn the month of
February 1942. in the U. S. Navy. Entered ser- Ui'tnlM'i, IH4. which In the rih duy
Lawrence Arrington. I Staff Sergeant Jake Relchert son I and Mrs. S. C. Paige of Okeechobee, vice In July 1941. .nf Oi'lober lU 2.

son of C C. Arrington of Okeecho- I Private Paul Wongrey, son of of Henry H. Reichert of Okeechobee stationed with the United States 1M2.fluted this Ith ilin' nf September,

bee In the Infantry with the United I John Won grey of Okeechobee with I stationed with the United Army In Australia. Entered ser- J, P. Brooks grandson of Mr. rear: ii. II \n E1tSON
States Marines somewhere In the vice In December 1941. Clerk Clrriilt Court of
States Army stationed at Fort Technical School of United States andMrs J. F. Bond of Okeechobee Okeechobee County, Florida
*
Jackson S. C. Enlisted In Army In j Army Air Corps at Kessler Field, Pacific. Entered the service In in the U. S. Navy at Norfolk. Va. U'lri'iilt Court Scull .

January 1941. I Miss, Entered service In April 1931. Private Merrill Hardy nephew of I Entered service in July 1942. I II I Ii I Vi

1942. 0 Mrs. Chas. Hardy of East Okee- i i j j I i R )n'1't'o I't: al.t; (%TION

Staff Sergeant Robert E. McLaughlin First Class Machinist Eugene M. chobee in United States Army en- Monroe Hobbs son of Mr. and I..TUB K. MO \MLIIAMS! FLORIDA and I If married TO :,

Jr.. son of Mrs. R. E. ,i Corporal Jean Harvey Hamrlck Hall son of Mr. and Mrs Reese tered service In February 1942. Mrs. A. J. Hobbs of Okeechobee Mil*. L. t:. Ml' WIILMM. hula
stationed I i ihrlKtlnn mime la to plnlntlfT unknown
McLaughlin of Okeechobee station-I son of Mr and Mrs. R E Ham- Upthegrove of Utopia, ) stationed with the Coast Artilleryon M.l/Ainnil: : Ml' \\ILII\MO! and. If

ed with Medical Detachment. Letterman I rick of Okeechobee stationed with with the United States Coast Guard i I Vernon M. King son of Mr and the Pacific Coast. Entered service luiirrliMl M J(' \VILI.I\M,
Mrs. W. Okeechobee ln>r ,husband. ', whoa ihrlHtlnn name UIn
at Mobile Alabama. Entered the i J. King of East -
San .
Hospital Francisco 1941.Gilbert
In March ,
Air
the United States Army Corpsat |ilnliiilff unknown nod' nil other
California Entered the United Field Windsor Locks, service in September 1939. in Gun Crew aboard ship In i I iwraona' known or unknown c'nlmlnif
Bradley _. ._ ,....
the United States Navy. Entered --- ----- -- any interest III lii'lrH. 'di'\l li'iiiitHca
States Army In February 1941. Connecticut. Entered service in De- i>r' iithi'r I'litlnitint under IIn"of the
cember 1941. Staff Sergeant Ralph Ming son service In March 1942. i iI reltialm\e nuined ilrfeniltintfl,, or any

Corporal K. R. Anderson son of Mrs Ida Ming of Okeechobee I of them or otherwln Hulmlnjr any
Theatre Intermit In the
| or to follonliiK de
of Alva Anderson of Upthegrove I Quentin R. Sellers son of Mr. stationed at Camp Croft Spartens- Private J, Murl Dalgneau' son of I m'rlhed property, nltiintc. lying' and

Beach Motor Transport Division I berg, S. C. He entered the Army Mr. and Mrs F. E. Dalgneau of belnir In Okppi'hnhi County, Florldn, :
and Mrs. E. O. Sellers of Okeechobee -
nf nf
OKFECIan'FEFfII'A : wIs WUj SM-tlon 21 and
United States Marines stationed | with Army Air Force stationed July 1940. Basslnger stationed with Medical K'; ,,f Si-it l,,n 21. TowiiKhlp
at Georgetown British Ouiena.I' Detachment at Fort Bennlng Oa. 'IT math, tin n no :14 Kimt.:
at Kessler Field Miss Entered
tnl'11'INUS: :
Enlisted In the Marine Corps In service in July* 1942. Private Robert Ming, son of Mrs. I Entered service. In. March. 1941. 1 VM1 Alt k: n:1I ImS01'U'IF.n

September 1937. I Ida Ming of Okeechobee, now stationed that there him till* 'lily beet alert In
Ar ATURDAY the Clnnlt Court In and for Okw'iii .
i ii with the infantry In Los Sergeant Major Douglas Casselsof I ,. .
I'niintv
i R. L. Sanderfur. w, son of Mrs. ii I'lorliln In f'hanonrvi
entered theI Okeechobee. stationed with 11111 of Ciiinplnlnt wherein PARKER '
Corporal Earl W. Ralford son of i Angeles California He
Crela Sanderfur of Okeechobee DOUGLAS F"nv<':CJI'. II 1101'11 Kit: !*. a Klorldn eorporntlon lalilnliitlrl
Mrs Susie Raiford of this city stationed at the Naval Air Stationat I I I Army In February 1942. Headquarters Squadron 11th Re- and you, shove named and
btatloned with the United States A placement Depot of General MacArthur's In r I II.! "11.1 II', are ,femlnnla.. the puri -
| Opaloka, Fla. Enlisted In the ,
i i oflilih la the forni'loiure of II
Army Air Corps at Dale Mabry : United States Navy In December Jimmie Finger son of Mr and forces In Australia. Entered _COWCAN BROTHERS ",,,niriiiri' i-nrtimherluir the, nbore deI -

Field Tallahassee Fla. Enlisted Mrs. G C. Finger of Fort Myers, the Army In December 1941. I Berthed' Itinda, which la of record among
; 1940, AND the Public liecorilH" nf OkeechobeaYount"
in December 1941. I. but former residents of Okeechobee. I F'orldu' In 1'ieil, Book 27 At

Apprentice Seaman Howard Stationed with United States Navyat Corporal Albion F. Harden son TCBERT MONTGOMERYRIDERS I'IIB-' "HI thereof nnd von nre hirehviiMiilrd

Charles Raymond Harden son of'I', Norfolk Va. of Mr. and Mrs, C. D. Harden of i I |. to tile Aour nppenruure or
Drawdy son of Mr. and Mrs. C. E. III d'|if 'lino hereto. ,peraoniillv or lv attorney -
with lit the urll,'. of the Clerk' of
the late Jesse F. Harden of Okee- I of Okeechobee Naval Okeechobee the Marines
Drawdy OF THE | the rirrnlt I'ollrt In
for nkr-
and
(chobee In the United States Navy Training School Chicago Ill. En- Private First Class R. B. Jerrell, aboard the U. S. Battleship Wyom- '.,,,1...,. Ciiiiutjr. Klorldn In Chancery-

nboard the U. S. S O'Bannon. He tered service in May 1942 son of Mis T. M. Jeriell of Okee- ing somewhere In the Atlantic. PURPLE SAGE it the <' ,iirf Ilnna In Olcem'hoben.Flcirlchi .

Miteied the service In October i I chobee, stationed with pursuit Entered service in June 1940. I .\., I'on 11)12.the title the pnv mini" In bring Nnvembor. the-,

1941. Sergeant Oscar B. McKee of Group at Murac Bombing Field at Cartoon and News I 1111,1. hay of o"ld{ Month filllnv' which
son
i 10 .""t.o.oI'll'' be entered
Murac, California. Entered service ilirriipro
: Mrs. H. C. Long of Okeechobee I Wilson Pearce seaman second < I iiciiliiKt' ,run and the caner nlloned to

Private C. E. Kllpatrlck son of with the Engineers Shore Regiment I. in February 1942. class son of Mr. and Mrs. J. C. l 1 proi'ppil ex ptirte.
le : .
I't'VIN'4! ThiIIO \ n. KKlf \\-
the late Mr. and Mrs. D. R. Kil- j somewhere In Oreat Britlan. He II Pearce. of Okeechobee In Group 3 SUNDAY & MONDAY ''s Judge of the Circuit Court. In

Patrick of Basslnger, stationed with i! entered the service In September Private Rufus G Jerrell, son of of Service Schools United States I nii'l 1 for okepihoboo (',linty. Klnrldn'
Jerrell Okeechobee tin, iilso' flu sent' thereof nl' the Court
the Parachute In/anrtry at Fort Mrs. T. M. of BETTY ORABLE
!11940.( Naval Training Station Norfolk llon i> In Okc,,'b(1bep. rinrldn' thin
Bragg N. C. Entered service In I I with Field Artillery at Camp Chaf- Virginia. Entered service In April VICTOR MATURE I 1111'' 1'1' of "eiitember. \ l> 11'12.I .
tee, Arkansas. Entered service In IlOY II. itAT'LIItitON.!
January 1942. I Private Bill Humphrey, son of 1942. I CAROL LANDISIn 'I I Clerk, nf the Clrmlt, ('..ttI'l In anlfur -
.
I March 1942. '. <>kei>i'hobee ('lIlIIlt '. KlnrldaKilll ,
Mrs. Dora Humphrey of Okeecho- I I ( )
Thllmore Sloan, son of Mr. and
I j bee with Medical Detachment at Private First Class Elliott Lot !: I WAKE UPSCREAMING i A true. i-npv atli'Ht'
Mrs. Bethel Sloan of Okeechobee Private Norris L. Jerrell. son of HOY H. i!.vi Ftl"e1N.
with the United States Navy at i' Camp Rucker Ala Entered the I Mrs. T. M. Jerrell of Okeechobee, on of Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Lott of I| cli-rt lit Hi I'ln, .,.!I' ',)11"1 'In UIl'I \
Arnw in June 1942. i St. Augustine, In Coast Artillery I for eei-hobee.. County, Florida
with the Medical Detachment stationed ..
Norfolk. Va., Entered service In I ( ..RI l ll.
somewhere in the Atlantic war
April 1942. at Fort Ojlethorpe Georgia.i Also Late Newt and ;Novelty M I. A. Uoiln.T'orUi. .
In October I i I..1 erndIn. .
.5. I Alton R. McMullen son of Mr. i I Entered service in January 1941. i, zone. Entered service I II' Ut ill. .\. f.r T'lil' I"tl"i

Private Cecil Johnson foremen of and Mrs. I. N. McMullen of Okee- i 1941 i I- --- .
I I
Parker Brothers ranch before entering i I phobee Chief Radio Operator with Private Roy Delmar Conerly son iI I (itfpi'ihiibiiCiiimtv."'TIfF KlorHu' ,

service with Tech School i the United States Navy at Pensa- of Mrs. J, W. Conerly, Miami for Private James B. Smith son of Coming : I Oentollllier, H. 1114. "
cola. He entered the Navy In July Mr. and Mrs. S. Smith of Oeecho- | "o'rrr": WTiptrpr ntw* "mtt'lirfiiiiiiir
Field Colo.
Squadron at Lowry merly of Okeechobee stationed at I to Section II. of Clmi'iiH2IWI,
Entered service In May 1942. 1930. Camp Wolters Texas. He entered bee, with United States Marines at The Bashful Bachelor .'l.... ?' .IV "IdA"t. "')'IT h'."-.'" .14
>t.M' -Tiy 1PT followlr-f\ d .
I Paris Island S. C. In Medical i the *
,
I the United States Army In March Navy Blues .nn.. ,>'.,| )? (Vppchnlie* C-tint*,
Private Theodore Sloan son of I I Elburn Platt, son of Mr. and Mrs. I 1942. Corps. Entered service In March I Rise and ShineA I. "I.'rl,111 wi' ho offowil fur pile, nt i -ii.M .
I I n',-r' fur fie 'lil"hei"" end be't reels
the 1942
aboard
J. C. Platt of this city SC .
and Mrs Bethel Sloan of '.'
Mr i
I 'I ii'iMi-et to tho right nf the Tr'I.peaof
Okeechobee with the United States I U. S. S. Rosevllle somew hc"e on the Private James W Conerly, son of Ihn Internal Imnrorement Firnd 'o
Pacific i" 1wt any null nil hide, .t tl" '", >rtllnnw.
Army Air Corps at Denver Colo- Mrs. J. W. Conerly Miami formerly Marvin Ervln Arrants. son of. at in .\. M on the 11lh .I',.
rado. Entered service In October I of Okeechobee, stationed with Mr, and Mrs. C. W. Arrants of. t.7t' cut ef every of Ih'fnber. 1112. nuwnieiit: fur rum, !

1941 'Boatswain's Mate Second Class the United States Army In Iceland. West Palm Beach but former residents J: 7 cQtr! ttYs e.::, .rll/It."f'n' rved, from,' nn:''IH* f"1'Ih''unreel throuch will be whli'h re- .'.

Harold W. Wllkerson. son of Mr. He entered service in August 1941. of Okeechobee stationed with Micro In rn exlHtlii-r Nulls llondI I
IS OUR: QUOTA Kin 1 to '.'4 Inc Plk. .'. Run
i the United States at New-
Private Virgil Sutton son of Mrs. and Mrs. R. H. Singletary of Ok- Navy MillidMHloll of NWInf lit:'. "r' 4

Claudie Sutton of Okeechobee statIoned eechobee aboard the U. S. Battle- Private Matthew Won,ey, son of port, R. I.Corporal. t with \K'( Hoe:' 11 Twp S7 Hire. 31.
I' 'tj' for\ VICTORY I Tr.e-,4't pt'J f>w TUB INTEHVAT
with the United States Army ship Nevada stationed somewhereIn John Wongrey of Okeechobee in I I l"rI/OV""I'"r: r'rxn OF TillS

somewhere In the Pacific. He en- the Pacific. Entered the United the United States Army Gunnery Robert Durwood Light-I ('. S. I1R BONDS UTATH OF F0nirItv .\
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lifted In the Army In March 1941 States Navy In April 1937. School at Panama City Fla. ley son of Mr. and Mrs. R. T. I rn fund 1/, Okeechohee'Inu1er ni County Ajent Trnatei-a rtortila.I. t


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FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 18, 1942 THE OKEECIIOBEE NEWS PAGE THREE
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County that said Constitutional Fine & Forfeiture Fund officers and teacher we expect to

hereby urges the adoption of said i. win high honors in the state this *
Local Amendment at the General Electionin T. W. Conely, Jr.. Sal. Juvenile year. We have already begun our

Happenings November this year, because It Judge Aug. ... .... 15.00T. work towards this goal. 'Jlud'1fClJtUf 'Wdh
W. Conely Jr., Docket
will\ relieve for a period 01 50 j We would like to have any visitors -
Fees .. ... .
August 26.00
years the levy of taxes In Okeechobee to come to our meetings whichare WAR owns
EDITORIAL TELEPHONE NUMBER SO real Roy R. Raulerson, Cost Bills
County on and personal held every two weeks, except *
and Attend Co. Ct., .. 36.80O. *
property for said outstanding county Aug. ': special meetings. The next one is
-- and district road bonds and will C. Durrance Conviction ; Sept. 29, Tuesday night. If any Our army spells and pronouncesIt

Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Reeves Mrs. C. B. Duffey and Mrs. Law- provide additional revenues for Fees August 25.00 of you have any agricultural prob- ponton not "pontoon", as you do

Here visitors who spent Sunday In rence Stewart were visitors spend. county road and bridge construction L. L Conrad Cost Bills lems that you want settled come Ponton bridges cost all the way

Fort Pierce. ing last week-end In Pensacola. and maintenance. Sheriff August ... 276.16 around to see us. Cheerio, and a from $15,000 to 700000. The smaller

-o -o- S Road & Bridge FundKnights bit of bonds and stamps to set us bridge using individual metal ponton.
Is pictured here. The largest ponton
Mrs. Ruth B. Owens of Clewls-, Mr. and Mrs. R. Q. Mooney of Upon motion by Commissioner right. bridge is 1,080 feet long and it madeof

ton spent yesterday here visiting Charleston, S. C., are the proud Hllliard,, seconded by Commissioner Service Sta., Gas, -----V-- rubber instead of aluminum.
relatives and friends. parents of an 8 pound baby boy Eass, the $5250000 Fire and $87- Oil & Reprs. Dlst. No. 4 16.271 i i, Our great Way-shower, steadfast
-0- born last Friday. Mrs. Mooney GCOOO Tornado Insurance on the Okeechobee Hdw. & Furn. to the end In his obedience to God's f. ,,J11 1'Ii.IJjI'1 \\')

FOR RENT-Five room house will be remembered here as the County Court House and Jail was Co., Material Dlst. No. 4 2.00 laws, demonstrated for all time and .I ."

furnished. All\ modern conveni? former Miss La Rue Upthegrove. ordered cancelled as of October 1. Charles L. Raulerson, Asslg. peoples the supremacy of good over ': J .ttlJt

ences. C. WINKLER. 13.2t -o- 1942 and a new policy ordered writ- Road Time Dlst. No. 4 2000 evil and the superiority of Spirit .

--0Representative Mrs T. H. Nix returned Wed ten with the same coverage for five Pay Roll Dlst. No. 4, Labor 1750 over matter.-Mary Baker Eddy. I I I :' ":.....:. __ .

nesday from Pensacola where she pears! with the same companies F. F. Burr, Tire Repair Dist. ,, _y-. -- ',I i --.;::; ..... .. ; -
W. J. Hendry I spent several days with her sons, same to be In effect October 1, No.4. ... 1.75 ,i Let us not be weary In well do- \: "4 .. -
several
spent days of this week at Herbert and Robert, who are employed Pay Roll Dlst. No.5, Labor 72.00 ing: for in due season we shall d .

Miami and Key West on business. in airplane work at that 1942.The following) resolution was presented Pay Roll Dist No. 3, Labor. 7.50 reap, if we faint nit. Oalatlans I I ).jj.- .:. .

-o- place. by Commissioner Hilliard Standard 011 Co., Fuel Dlst. : ,, -. ..." .. ... .
Edgar Cie of the Coe Fish Campon ----V---- who moved its adoption and upon No.4. .1056 6:9.'V I "

Kissimmee River, spent the COUNTY COMMISSIONERS: : being seconded by Commissioner Gilbert Culbreth Gas, Oil j There is a strength of quiet endurance I One small bridge has a weight
first of the week In Miami atl j Wilson was read and duly adoptedty Dlst. No. 3, Repairs No.2.15.82 as significant of courageI capacity of 25 tons, using about 2,000
tending to business and seeing Pine Land Co., Servo Lumber I individual metal pontons. The smallest -
I (Continued from Page One) the following vote: I as the mobt daring feats of prowess I
friends Ayes: C. F. Walker, R. E. Bass, Dlst. No.1. .. 5869 .-Henry Theodore: Tuckerman. Is used < nly to take troops over
-- Tax Collector was approved and Okeechobee & Elec. smaller siiomns Cut whetner our
I J. T. Phelps, Ernest Hllliard, E. J. Battery I .
ordered filed In the office of the u.sc.ie ,uiler, or largest
uiy i
Mrs. Robert Upthegrove Is spend. Wilson |I I I Serv., Material and Repairs A man may fall into a thousand ,
,
Clerk of the Circuit Court. po'iton our rm'H'pers need plenty of
ing two weeks In Charleston, S. Nays: None. '1 Dlst. No. 3 125 perplexities but It his heart be up-
Bond of them. If and every American
Notary Public with W. you
C., visiting her daughter Mrs. R. Absent: None. it 'ht and h(s Intelligence unclouded -
lea 10 of Income
at t
I. Lawson as Principal and Ameri- I Agricultural FundC. 'ivesu! percent
O. Mooney. Not Voting: None. lie will issue from them all
I War Donds day we can
can Surety Co., as Surety was in e\ciy pay
-<- pre- without dishonor: Robert Louis
nted and approved by the Board. A Fulford Sal. Co. Agt. tup-ly our fifhl.ng forces with these
Mrs. J. F. Bond returned to her ,, RESOLUTIONWHEREAS August 100.00V Stevenson c ontiuls to a ir'or.cjfl '41t \.
By unanimous consent the following
home here ----v.tre --- V
yesterday from Bartow
resolution was adopted: it has been made to
where she spent a week with relatives -i l 1 I 1 appear that a Final Decree has FUTl'RE FARMER: NEWS >ou entitled to wear a Adolph, BenIto and Rlrehlto

and friends. COUNTY RESOLUTION URGING I j been entered In the bankruptcy "largit" lapc'l button? You -the three blind mice Make
--0- filed in the United (Silvanus Harden) ire If )uu are Inventing at
ADOPTION OF GAS TAX i I proceedings I them run with ten percent of
Mrs. Marlon North and daughter'' AMENDMENT: : States District Court In and for the The Future Farmers held their ., I least (ten percent cf your Income your Income In War Bonds

Mrs. R. Addison, of Miami, spent WHEREAS the 1941 Florida Leg- I Southern District of Florida, whereby first meeting of the school term In War Bonds every pay even' p.>.' ,c''v.

several days the first of the week slature. by Senate Joint Resolution the COUNTY was attempting to Tuesday night with the new pres- clay.t'' ., ) our badge of pairlotKm. .

here visiting Mr. North. 324 proposed an amendment to< "ompel all creditors to accept a refunding ident, Silvanus Harden presiding -

-0-- the State Constitution authorizingfor agreement proposed by the ,. There were 23 members and 8 -- ... '

Dr. T. T. Coleman and R. E. a period of 50 years beginning County; andWHEREAS \Vsltofrs resent. We were hon- .. JoReffeve ft S
it to this ored by the presence of Mr. C. M. a..r't ... '
Hamrlck left Sunday for Cottonwood January 1. 1934. the distributionto appears ...
Ala., where they are spend- the several counties of the proceeds Board of County Commlssoners that Williams our principal who gaveus Enl f .. r ;J; \ \ Ii/ JII'

ing two weeks vacationing of 2 cents per gallon of the j I' this action, and the services ren- a short talk. Also at the meeting e ,. I M.'O
dered therein by R. E. Crummerand was another new face. Mr. \. !
--Q.- present State tax on gasoline and j! .666
Mrs Hazel McLaughlin left last ether motor vehicle fuel pro rated Company at no expense to the Devore. our agriculture teacher for Let's DoCJ1..;.., .:: 4e'Our c;
County of Okeechobee have been the coming year. Qucjn V
week for Steenhatchee In North among the counties according to I WOft *
UOUID.W8lETS.SAl.Vt.KOSS
their respective populationsand greatly beneficial to the County, and Under the management of new
Florida, where she has accepted a areas I
In the schoolat amounts contributed by them j, to nil t's' taxpayers. _._ ,.. _. _._.__..
position as teacher I '! -- -- ---- ---- --- --- -- ----
NOW THEREFORE BE IT RE-
that place. for State road construction eachcounty's
-- pro rata share of such ] SOLVED by the Board of County

Albert Berka. who Is employedat taxes as they accrue to be used by Commissioners of Okee hobee'
the State Board of Administration I County. Florida In session duly assembled -
school
the McKay-Riddle air at
Clewlston, and Sun- for the retirement including the :
spent Saturday
setting of adequate sinking I i 1. That this Board go on recordas
day here with his family. He was up
funds) of county and road and {! extc ling Its appreciation and .
to Clewlston Sunday
accompanied bridge district road and i gratitude to R. E. Crummer and
night by Albert Jr., who spent sev : : bridge I: Company for< the splendid services /1 /(\ "
bonds
with such
surpluses of
eral days there with him any / .' .. \
,! rendered the County to all of Its
taxes not required annually for ," .:..
--o- .
inch debt service to be used 80"pr 'I I taxpayers, as well as to all of the ,

C. F Walker, chairman of the : cent for the construction of I I bondholders in assisting the County

Board of County Commissioners, state roads In the county and-or In taking all of the necessary stepsto

t and County Judge T. W. Conely, for the freefling of toll bridges in ', rehabilitate Its debt structure; s

t t Jr., spent Wednesday In Fort Pierce the county, and 20 per cent for the | and had It not been for the con 0

and Stuart attending to business. construction and maintenance of tinued efforts of said R. E. Crum-

-- mer and Company, the County
M'0 county roads; and i
SmA"' WANTED: Representative to look WHEREAS the outstanding count' -I would now be facing a default Indebtedness ,

'J' alter our magazine subscription and special road and bridge road of over one million dol-:
Interests In Okeechobee and vicin rs "' .ich iul,1 tf heyorul! the
md Indebtedness, both principaland
family orders subscriptions t.ils: County tj .
ity. Every Interest of Okeechobee CountyIs taxing power of pay.
Hundreds of dollars are 2. That the Cleof this Board lii
the sum of Two Million one hun- { nri R 1wt
spent for them each fall\ tfid win- br. and h- !k lien : iwif'id to !
dred thirty-five thousand two hundred Any
ter In this vicinity. Instructions and seventv-elKht: and 95.100 dollars I forward: to R. E. Glummer and

equipment free. Guaranteed lowest the Company, Orlando, Florida a copy
($2,133278.95). and during
rates on all periodicals, domesticand of th'-!' re olutlon.
Amend
life of the Constitutional
foreign. Represent the oldest PASSED AND ADOPTED in regular -
ment it Is estimated there will accrue -
magazine agency In the United session 'his 7th thy of Septcmbeifl -
to the County the sum of Five!
States start a growing and per- A. D. 1942.
million one hundred twenty-one
manent business in whole or spare By C. F. Walker, I
thousand seven hundred ninetytwoand I I
time. Address Moore-Cottrell, Inc., Chairman.
72-100 ($5.121,792,72)) : and
'Wayland Road, North Cohocton, WHEREAS It is apparent that ATTEST: Roy R. Ra:.lerson, |I
New York. Clerk of Circuit Court and
said amendment provided ample j
oficio Clerk of Board of
-o- ex
revenue to retire the bonded I
A saving faith comes not of a County Commissioner
indebtedness of Okeechobee Coun- .
person, but of Truth's presence and
ty with considerable surpluses over
power.. Soul, not sense, receives and for public road purposes within the The following vouchers were approved -% r %
Baker Eddy. and ordered paid when'' ww
givi It.-Mary '
andWHEREAS I''I :
\*.... County; funds are available: M ,+Yrt
If the amendment is
limit where the Intellect
There is
a
adopted at the General Hectlln General FundC. T
: fails breaks down, and
and
held November 3, 1942 said rev- gy.
this limit Is where the questions enues will be Irrevocably pledgedfor F. Walker. Sal. Co I ICamm. -

concerning God, and freewill, and the purposes stated, and will Aug. ... .. .. ... 5000J.
Immortality arise.-Kant, T. Phelps. Sal. Co. '
result In relieving the real and personal -
-o- property taxpayers of the Comm. Aug. .. .... .. ....... .. 50.00 1 .
Use an ordinary paint brush to County of road bond debt service Ernest HIlliard, Sal. Co. :

dust your furniture, particularly If levies and will In due time provide Comm. Aug. .... .. .. 50.00
it has elaborate design. It does a i large sums fir the construction and ',; E. J. Wilson. Sal. Co.

good cleaning job. and saves time I maintenance of county roads, 'I''I'I ,j I Comm. Aug. .. ... .. 50.00 ,t 11ft-' * ': r: *

-o-- ; NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED I|I R E. Bass Sal. Co.
A tire manufacturer has devel- ., Comm. Aug. ... 50.00 '
oped a tire girdle, which fits by the Board of County i I I Hoy R. Raulerson, Sal. Clerk i:1I E {f}

snugly around the inner tube, affording rnmmissloners of Okeechobee Coun-i I August ....... .. .......... . 150.00

enough protection to allow tthat It Is the considered Judgment 1!IT w. Conely, Jr., Sal. Co. 'I ff I' .. ... t""
old tire. The girdleIs of gala Board that It is to ,r ,"' 1': ] -roF' -:
the use of an Judge, August .. 12500T utli 113.1rB a :
cord. the best Interests of Okeechobee 'I ...lrLl iJhu ) .j. trv.li n i..1
made of cotton W. Conely, Jr., Sal. Co.

.. 50.00
-- Atty. August
-- I Alderman. Sal. Tax We all know WHY we should business day fcllowing receipt

Eessle save rubber for our coun.r". oi your crdtr.

I Collector,Martin August, Sal. Tax. 125.00 Our big problem is HOW 10 Please make request f for this
e Robert La
r It-ond
.r Nillt Assessor, Aug. .. 125.00 save Sunshine Service.yet provide good service: between w.OA.\ M. .

J. L. Chandler. Sal. Janitor I 5GO p, M. week days or on Siturdayt -

.y'r w August .. 60.00 One plan now in effect concerns between Sand!)\) 12.03\
'the connection and disconnecnoon..
W. B. Hargraves, Sal Supr. ,

P Regis., August ._ ...... .... 40.00 and tion of stores.electric service lor homes For example if you want your

J. S. Underhill, Recording isrvice connected or disccrr-ec-

.. 30.00 ted cal'
Fees. August on Thursday please : us
HERE'S HOW IT WORKS
G. C. Durrance Sal. Act. I I I : between 9 00 and 5 00 P. M. on

Pros Atty.. Aug. 7500 Our service men will make but Wednesday.

1c MONDAY iUESDAY WEDHESOM iHURSDaY State Tuberculosis Sanat. ':1 one trip a day on a route that We realize that t this plan 1 willnot
27.00 has been scheduled the
Hosp. Bryan Galnous! previous be quite as convenient for
Florida Power & Light Co., day (Instead making you but we ask your assistance

,, 4 it Elec. C. H. & Jail Aug. .... 10.63 many trips on scattered assign. and your cooperation: because

The Humming Bird Press, ,I ments ) ol wartime conditions that make!

=_&___ Print. Tax Exempt. Blks.! .. 2.00 Your orders requesting service this change necessary. It's just

Dr. Adrian M. Sample, "connected" or "disconnected" cone ol the many ways that we

You'll b. helping everybody if you avoid Treatments H. Watford 12.00 will therefore be worked the can help WIN THE WAR.

week-end tripe whenever poiiible. That' Inter County Te. & Tel. Co. I i

the time when travel facilities: are mOlt Tele. Co. J. & Jail, Aug. 8.51
crowded-the only time when many warS Okeechobee Hdw. & Furn. !

worker and men on furloughs can go. Co., Supplies Courthouse.. 1.15''' ,

Gilbert Culbreth, Gas and ,
War Etoft{ T. H. NIX, Agent repairs Lawn Mower ..... 5.55
The Standard Oil Service Station City of Okeechobee, Water i; FLa3DJ Xi.Vfsr* 1' rrm :; '.:; .'

Phone 106 C. H. & Jail July & Aug. 18.00

x oa sir County Welfare Board, Relief -

With ata allowances, Aug. .......... 400.00 .
Bishop Office Equip. Co., $ IR!$ '

Supplies Clerk ........................ 5.97L.
'
L. Conrad, Attend. Co '

J .. Comm., August ....................? 8.00 BUY WAR SAVINGS BONDS TODAY! :

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rom TilE flKEFCIIOBIEES FRIDAY SEPTEIEft1819U:
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++ .++.: + ::1 ... .. .. .. .... ....... I IToo "' I CASH-for your Used Car any I Hie r lilt .IiiHlli'* I.t net.! StiTt( F posing as either an officer or an
,
make. Write call Okeechobee Nun* OkiHM'bolit-e County, FlorliUAuifiiNt enlisted man should be reported
or
: ; .I 1 ? Fur I ri>nniiililt' I In n tot fur the ftillu lnii IB, 11)43.

Late Classifylly News omce, Phone 80. Justice IilHtrli'ti. : :' otID, 111111,'" Is hi-reliv illvcu tliHt pursuant Immediately.While .

I tn 1 rVrlluii, 0 of (Cliiiiiter 1S3MI, Law V
I In 'I'i'tIiuioiiyh.r"of, I linvoliiTiMiutii uf "riurlilfl, Ads. lll'IT: known us the
I IH. "- wt my Ininil ninl affixed Mnr|>liv: Ai't. the fullonlnif describedliuiil reason Is puzzling herself
Itl'Mirl-l. K\l r : ) tlic In-iit Si'Hl uf tlm I In I okii'i'liiilii'i'' County. Florida' I Inlll

II Notice of tL.H.i Siuto t nf Flnrlilii. ot TulliiliniiKi'ii. In- nriVreil fur tnliat public out- j about the mystery, faith is turning

+ .++++: +++++++++ +++++++ I Election t .1 Iliirnpltnl.. till* the time day pr)' fnr Ih,- Ii Ihi'.l' a nil hegt cash hlil, ,' U to her dally ,bread and feeding
of Hi'iiti-inher" A. Ii. IIHJ Hiililut In Il,.. ri gut nf the I
II. .\, I1KAY. .1'r".I..1 on it thankfully in her heart of
Many people are viewing with To the HIi.Tlir i>i' Ilkcivhi.ini.. I'miiiM. of the Internal Improvement |
Siiitc ( i't..rIiIi, Hw-n-lnry uf HntP.TII n-Ji'i, t IHI.V' ninl nil tililn. st the Court hearts.-Frederick D. Huntlngton.BICYCLES .
alarm the Increasing number of fatal I II n | linn I., I.. ('uo.II.\.i.;; I lloiiHH. al 111 .\. M. MM tinUl' ilii) I .
accidents In connection I DC II KIIUMII' 'j lilt I I. II. .\. (iUAV SIli'Hff OkwIllllllMCoUHty.' uf I 11.1 uI'r. 1IMJ. "UiiHi'ini'iil I fur mini, -- -- --- --

reported 1 Hi'i-i-i'tiiO ..t III: it Hi,. stale ..r I-IK'.H, f fii't 111.10 will b* '
I --- --- --1 <> :-im
with military avIation They 1I "'I'i..pIIii| iln In u In iclt. iiiitlii. Hi II a n
point out that right[ here In FlorIda I \;1 I\: Iit: .\ I. i: : ; I 11'lIbll.llllr) ) I I ) I II..',,. Is nn 1-xlnllnK I Slate

Hill he Ill-Ill 'In (1:1.11'1'I. I :\U rut K: FOIL IM m.ic-.uio Lulu T, S. U nnil 111 Illink\ I I'IIU6ti.\\

hardly a day passes but one $tisI.' nf Kl'illilll, on 'I I II' .,,1"1" I I'M'IKIi HI'ATKS: I I Vtlirlit A: llnss Ailillilini, ii

or moie such accidents are reportedIn .uci i'i'lliiif I lln< tll'.1 I \I,,mint: In' ;V. IiKVMUT.MK.vr: I'F 111K IXTKItlOll;; ilMslnll nf t4\\'l/ of $I'4) ut ; We have stock of
the ''11,1., .'t-. .\. II IIII'1_. III.. nl.I 'I in Muy 'I: t.K.NKitAI.,;;; IAM (H'UCK ut WimliInHun. t SiHlliin\ IV 'l'I,. :17 S UK :ill i K: a large
the and fear that
press, same 'I'rimiii'i nf Thi* i Internal I
I elllif tinIIIIKII- j I H, I'. IHlPru"1 both the New VictoryBicycles
ratio applies throughout the nation. 'I I'U Of MIMMIiHl I, July 1X1, 11I4.'. i-liii'iiu .'111101 of 'I'lie glut' uf

I I NOTICE i lit lieri'liy iflvitn Unit UOY U. UAIII.KItSON, I and mod
I have attenmpted to gather t In, K. |ii",' i.inii; |>'.. in ('UIIICrt'... siutof Vi-rnun, S. ArnuM, uf ()Jktmbvbv' I Agent Truxtpci I. I. Fund, I regular

tome authentic Information on this ." 1'loHilu III In i iii', 'In 'tli. Scvi'iilviiltluli I I Fliirliln. Him, nti Juno 17. It)I t. mud Dki'ii'liiihii'Ioiiut: )". Flurliliit els Go to local rationing .
I'liimrfss itf (tIii I ulied, MIIIMH.I'm your
cwtlun" UMI I ti'vIti $1 lit IItg Home- : I II
subject and while military regulations I ,I' Ui'prt-sruiuilM'I nf HitFinii'ili I ."'n,' ":lIlro. 1111.I.. L. O. 07 "j,',. fur board
naturally prevent actual figures I (.'''",w'.ol''IIII, "Ilisi, nit or Ilt. Muranl Lut 17. Si'i'tlull. 13. Tiraimlilp 87$., Cautioning small business firms I I II II secure a

being released, I have gained Ml YOtf i, ('''UIl'Inrhlii.'......, in". tln III. I the iilti-d 1I.III.'I'llllllh sliilfN. i i I''Itit hilt ii 5I llli'il 33 milieu K, 1'ul.of MurMlan.liiiviiiliin tn lorhlii.milks, t I to report all cases of solicitations'i I II certificate and we will be

some basic facts that make sense Fill 11111.. JllHllri'S, uf HIM" "Supl-I'llll) I llniil I tlirHr-ypur' 1'rouf. to putiililltb i by men In uniform the Public Relations glad to fill needs.
Court of I Iln> Xtiitu' t>( Florida I : :: : your
i-lnhii in thi' liiml ulniVH ili'MTlbed.liiffore ) has
MacDlll
Officer Field
anl should relieve the
to pub
serve ,
putting'ftnP&reitcr fr'."r TVVII Hiillriiiiil; l'flIIII1II..Io..r. of lli'ssle" I Alilf'rimiM. Notary Pub

lic mind at this time. tin? SHUP of Flnrlilii. c He. stHtu of Klurlilu at LIII'KH. at the Issued a warning that a man In HUMPHRIESTIRE
I i Fur Mini'' SHIIIII ir for Ylilrtj .thlnl Cnlirl IhillH" III till', Cll"I tlkl'l'i,'
While It that such crask- I holil'O. uniform has been
Is true posing asa
yourIncm into U.S. I N-iiHliirl.il "1'i-triVl' .if tin' si.Hi. of I Inrlilii.,' mi Ib,' Isih ilny uf $'!1'.I''lIIb; army & RETREADING
ups occur with Increasing frequency li.ililn, 1IMJ'Illlllllllll! representative of the USO and
I'n, (III.. M' 1111..., -l t tin J iloui- in It. |I. 4 'IIIIIIIKH wlll",'.. '. II. II. COMPANYSouth
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with the attendant loss of precious attempting to sell advertising in an
\ Jr Pns t m 5 ? l,>|>lvu>ntiill\i- till' Mull' nf Kliulilii. lliMin.rk, 'I'I I rn.'h'| .,r. Hubert
lives and much needed equipment.It I .1 I Fill'. ('",IIIII, t '''1111'''lll"ll'' K l.iiMnrlln ll.! .\' II l.iiuliTMiii nil uf olfflclal USO program. Merchantsare Dixie Highway Phone 133:
!I. "r 'I I no I.'tuI..i ul the I'iMiiii. .I v llninlI ok.nli.ihev. Jo'I..rllll1..IIlo1. ,
is not occasioned by any laxityor ,. urged to be alert to this im-
)I'M, Hun.Fur
I I' in'11 : in IJAVIH I WOI.PSOIIX;. Ft. Pierce
carelessness on the part of those Jnxtliv nf III"I 1'onciIn ,,inI l I..i ,\""tli lit GunmlHiiliiinT, oi lti>Kl.ti-r pobtei. Any suspicious character

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charged with our training programor --- --- -

with the equipment in use.

Many readers will be able to recall 1 NOTICE OF ELECTION .

the early days of the automobile I


While none of the safety tea- 1 WIIInt.ti* I. fas4aIe II ml.nder .. ... "eeeSaesS slif lInatilt .... er swn Slat..

tures now Included as standard UM Constitution at U83 at (ft* said Board may UM UM sinking fund .UM Stat at.., shall a I 'd lerrttorr _'rM. the .

then In because -MU at ruwhte. ttd pw t JoialmnliHInin reatsd tat said bond of sap aounty J b a OoounlMtao to be & a. Election
equipment were use, propoilBC MMndOMDM toM or special road and brldsj dMtnet, or k- Oatn and Fresh Water JOOfl Puspoeteg to 82. inclusive and M to 3J InclugMt

of the limited number of cars OMMttnraoB at tit. 0ut. of IVrIte. other molt ___. to porch*** the OnmmlMrnaban .O I, and except such part ot Election Ps -
aDd ttM IUM Mm MTM SO OrMM matured or maturing bond oartldpaunc Ollo 5 8 OB .a.adeD' c& UM I&O ot emote* numbered M 90 and n M Ri
In service and low rate of le
the '
operating Mw east ot MM western Shor BlsospspSly.
OoJUctl *
e al .,...nna al a .. memn herein of any other aounty or from each --. Florida, Osnw o
speed serious accidentswere .i..< wi to MM* DOOM that tb* other special road and bridle district. existing on January Bl.c", Amending Section. .

few and far betwen.As votw "am wM JoSS M>,oltitloiM wrtnturKi or other special taxing district thereof be appointed by Oe. subject 9* *ald Artlel* M to Dlat Another of the Mid OommtMtonen'
QTMB thHT ranpeetlTc .'onmmivttb provided that a* to eald matured to confirmation The Browsed County a.* a District shall comprise the territory
the use of motor cars Increas. MM rf.* and nan .".._. and bonds the value thereof M an In_- members so appointed shall annually and designate Calhoun County which was on the Ut day at April.
ed and mechanical .icy Hid AM nnln. md Street ttntth meet" than b* the price paid therefor select one of their member a* Chairman tc Quit County M a D 1941. embraced In Oommlialoners' D
as Improved iniM Joint Rmntattmu be nrtI- which shall not exceed the par value of the CommlMloo1. trict.B 81l.t Islet No 3 M "clb In Book

features and better highways saw ..It troll .n the f\\.ftan at the tate' tt >ru* accrued Internet and that Mid Th mmb tae Commission TH* LBOtB- of the Mlnut County Commissioner
the number'of service the Omrnl Beetloe to M""embet Investment srian bear Interest tt the b o on January f RBLV B OF FLORIDA! nf said County at pate 194
cars in mount IM* rate nf three (II OCr cent per annum 1. 143 and shall serve respectively LATUE following amendment to et aeq except the territory embraced

and the speed steadily advance, the I IWW ff FHFPt>RB 1 R A fMlATfceroturr (e). Th. Mid Board Shan annually fo one two three, tour and five Section 1 of Article 1 of the Constitution In the aforesaid Election Precinct of
us* Mid fund in each county account yean At the expiration of each of numbered 24 and 29 and such part
relative
percentage of fatal accidents reached al tt fit the H"te ofterIda. of the S&Iot of Florida
first to pay current principaland such term*, a shall be appointed Election Precinct number 10 lie
.. do hr br *!*. notlec that tOKNTRAl 'ccl apportionment
appalling proportions. Interest maturing, If any of Mid to ten I term of five t Cn"Broard County a* the east 01 the ..teM shore of BI.m

ELECTION Honda< and gasoltn or other fuel tax yean thirty-ninth ( ) District, Bay
Unfortunately I am not permitted Sn.tor"
anticipation certificate of such county I of the and Calhoun Countyas Th County Commissioners who
win tw held M _ell county to Florid m.m" OomlMIO
to reveal the number of planeIn on Titmdat neat meeMdlm the tint or special road and bridge dttnet *- oh.1 n. the '" Cnt) Senatorial District hall b* elected In Dade County at thegsneryl
or other epeclal tailor as such but each Commissioner b* and the same Is hereby agreed to election In 1942 .h.1 hold of*
the air today compared with a Monday la NoT mb.r 0 1M3 the .
district thereof; second to entnblab. flee for the of years for
\M shall receive his traveling and shall be submitted to the electorsof t..r
year ago or even six months ago I I, Mid Tueadai being a sinking four account to meet or other D-a IlIcr while the State of Florida for "'llflc"to which they have been .Ietf
THIRD DAT Or NOVEMBER Future requirement of Mid bond* and engaged In th npl hi* Official r.Jctlol at the General and their term of office .
but I can state that the Increase fmsolln or other fuel tax anticipation dutlM but dl.chae not exceed o* on the first Tuesday after the he affected amendment but

U substantial and cords show tar tl .> ratIfication ot rejection ot MM certificate where It appear the anticipated I the rum .h&l any one first Monday In November. 1941. u thereafter there shall be In each of
Mid Joint Rmolutlou propotlaimendm t Income for any veer or veers o t.O I follows: the Districts established Hand IB
that on the actual basis of the nu to the Constitution of will not equal scheduled payment yea pursuance of this amendment a
State of Florid aSS I 4 Among the powers granted to theCommission Section Th* Legislature that shall
UM : thereon: and third, any remaining bal- : County who shall resideIn
in the air the Comml.I".r
of and
number planes by this Section shall meet In session A 0 '
I JOINT RE3OLCTION Propojlniut anne out of the proceed of Mid two b r.II. .92 his t shall be nomi
the to fix limit and to those meet )
power bag every
percentage of accidents todab t Anendmcnt to Article IX of tile (Sd) cents of Mid taxee shall monthly fi snrl elected from tb. County .
open and shall apportion the representation natr
Ooutltutton of tile State of FlOrida during the year be remitted by said wide old ''II. D a ett the.r..r shall lul Every County Commissioner
less than a local It In the Senate and
year ago. Rplatlng to Taxation and Finance, ty i board as follow eishty 193S *wr find rloll.1 o b.I. Senatorial Districts Pndc Count who shall be elected at
provide for forty (40)
Again considering the moioin Adding; Thereto an Additional Section pent to Site Stat Road Department for the m appro"rl.t. ad of ""lae such Dlrtricts to be a* nearly the general election In 1944 and thereafter .
State Board of AdmlnKtratlon She construction reconstruction of t"lnl shall hold office for a
Creating a or tr
increast transporting storing and using equal 1 In as o
ccldrrt problem. Every o.ctlr.bl.
; Prescribing Its Power and Stat Roads and bridges within thpM1nl'f fur 1I''lton be divided four years the powers
animals fresh water but
I no
In the amount of travel consistently Duties and Providing for the UM of or for the leave or purchase ,.m., be"lnl amphibian Tb.Commtnioo mnkuig such apportionment anden.h eomncpsstlon nf such Counts Commissioner
Proceeda of Two Cent per Gallon of of brldre connertlnr State! btrth'vovswithin shall be a from time to
shall have Senator:
also have the District shall one
in the
brought an Increase the Oaaoilne or Other Motor Fuel Tax the County and twenty <20%) to acquire bv purchase gift all property o.e provided that Broward Count. Florida time pmvlll.1 bv I.
number of accidents. Week-end lor (1) the Payment and Retirement per cent to tne Board of Conntv Commtxloner necessary. useful or convenientfor shall constitute the Thlrtv-nlnth the Governor May 2
at All Outstanding Bond lotued By of ruth county for ore on I 1941
the Cal-
use of the Commission in (39thl) Senatorial District and
holidays Labor Day. Fourth of Any County or Special Road and made and brld-res therein. exercise of its powers hereunder t hour County Florida and Gulf County Fife m office Sccty ot Stat May

July, New Year's Day opuld be Bridge DIstrict Prior to First DM of (d> Said Board shaH bav the 5. Commission appointfix Florida shall constitute the Fortieth 2 1941
July A. D 1931 for Road and Bridge flower to make and enforce all rules Te ebal (40) Senatorial District: and at
counted for national total th of. and remove -
upon a Furpose and for {it Public Highway and refutation, I necessary to the full t suitable Ole""r.*s the same time the Legislature shy!' A .JOINT RESOtUTIOH Proposing

of hundreds of lives from auto FurposM.BB erclse of the powers hereby granted and such Director p..r''n.shall have sucb Io sntxirtlon the representation In nn Amendment to Section 1 of ArtIcle
I IT RBSOLVED BT THI LBOIBLATOR1 and no leslslatlon shall be required torender House of Representatives and
And consider the fact power and duties a* mav be prescribed T of the Con.ltutlol of Florida Relating -
mishaps. : Or THS: STATB OP nORmA; this amendment of full force by the Commission In pursuance of shall allow three (31 Ronresentntlvi"to tn and Exemption

that these accidents usually oc-j That the following amendment 10 and operating effect from end after It* duties under this Section Sucb each of the five most populous .as to Permit the Waces n'arv' orIncome
Article a of the Comtltutlon of she January 1... 194S The Legislature Director shall subject to the approval 1 counties and two (21 Rerresen.atlvw frnm any source Whatsoever
curred to experienced drivers who State of Florid relating to Taxationand nail! continue the levies of said taxes of the appoint fix the to each of the next eighteen more Due to iy Person the Head of a Family

had been handling motor cars for Finance by adding thereto aa additional dtirlnr the life of this Amendment salaries Comml.lon. pleasure, remove nnnulcus count and one Represenstlve as Therein be the
eectlon to be known a. ...- and shall! not ermrt any law havln and other employees who : to the remaining' counties Buhlert? Pold.1 'the E.-
years-not students learning to Won 1. of said Article IX creating a the effect of withdrawing the proceeds I.nt. such powers and duties as nf the o at the time nf michsmxwttonmenl tent nf not more than 25% thereof In

drive" This year, with the number taM Board of Administration: prescribing nf Mid two (2c eent' of Mid tales ol bs assumed to them by the Com Should the Letfnlature, the Crnirto of this State, as May b
I it* power and dutte. andprovldlnf from the oneratlon of this amendment ml.lol or the Director. Mo'Commls- full '/ anpnrtlnn the rer-resentntmn ,, Provided 'rv Law for the Pnvment
of cars in use sharply reduced for the tue of tbe proceed Th* Board .11111 pay refundingeinense shall be eligible for any such the Senate and In the Foils. nf Renresentntivee any Ohllonttons ArlMng by Express or

the accident rate dropped accord- of two cent per gallon ot the gasoline and other exnenne* for server apnolntment employmentS at any remilar session nf Implied Contract Subsequent to tha
*r other motor fuel tax for 11) She rendered eetf1riillv" for or which The fund o< resulting from the the legislature at any of the times Adoption of this Amendment: and
ingly. payment and retirement of all out- are properly rheneabl to the account operation of the Commission and from herein! desiccated It shall be the lit ".h" Providing Fxemntlont thereto

Now when we take into account Mandln bond Issued by any county nf any count from funds distributedto the administration of the laws and 9f the Legislature. nr Legislatures .ue."eertlnff In nf Income of fess. than
*r special road and bridge district "iirti enmity: but renere.1 etnenne regulation pertaining to birds game such regular session of thef.eglslntiirs Twenty-five Dollars net Vf 1 Frceptus.
the fact that we are placing powerful prior to the Pint Day of July. A. D nf the Board foe service rendered all I fur bearing animals fresh witer fish either In Sneclol o Reeu- to Necessities of Life as May be
machines In the hands ci I 1831 for mad and bridge purpom the counties .11.... srmfl be prorat 1 reptiles and am"hlbla" together with tar session' to annortlon renteritatlnn r and for 121( public highway purpoet among them and mid' mir of said Any b" flod. .. II" prnvHcd In the RerMe and In the rr RESOTVTO BT THB LFOIS-
students many who a year or so I* hereby tvreed to and shall be nibnlttrd funds m the ssme hs,1s said tax proceeds for "".1 O.h,1 constitute the ITnuse nf Pcnresenrntlves as hereinrnvf I *TTRE rpp STATXOPFLORmA:
klnc to the elector oi the State of are distribute Croons the several tat- shall Hit used . igo had never been In any eountle: provided report of ml regular State C""in. whichver t
Florid for ratification or rejection at the Commission as It shall deem or t Article X of the
of a plane, and that the number o. the next General Ejection to be held ..I,* eiroen'eii shall be made to eachRwulir ft In carrying nut the provisions' stiall have been tnken nearest Florida authorizing Con..lltoDot .nh.
Sewlon of the !..eel.atureand nv ST> rt1nnmept' nf P"nre.entat1ve-
In 1M2. u follow: hereof and for no other purpose The
ment of any wn"es salnrt or Income
flyers in the air is Increasing by "Section 16 (a). That beginning the teMnlstur tnav limit the ex- Commission' may not obligate Itself in the Senate and In t>ie ffmi.e n'Penreontative due nnver.nn .'hn '. he head of

leaps and bounds. the fact that January Irt. 1MI. and for fifty IM cense. of the Bord beyond the current resources nf th' *. shall "nn1" in matleg r"mn. n. nrojIrlM! therein '0 he exent I
thereafter. the proceed of two Anpjnved by the Oovernor May 131M1. State lame Fund unless soertflcallvso ? siirh apnnrtlnnmept !. the pe. nf "**" fhnr"of he in4 the sum
there are not many more accident.- yean((2c cent per gallon of the total tax authorised bv the Leetslntiire the rewtslature' shall full tn re" '*'' i I' herrhv n<"n"d A o end .i>ill he sub

' than there are is in Itself a tributeto levied by the Stat law upon ganollne Plied office Secty ot State Mar Th TeBi.int"re may enact anylaws tlnn .the r.nr.p.'n.to". .HIS.In.isrrtmenhe the tei.| ", lt.1 to the .Ietor >t the Stunts tn
h ftfu hv
? s o
and other Ilk* product ot petroleum 13. 1M1 I In aid of but nnt Inn"n.l"t.nt"lh .nll. of Reprfcntatlve -
and care being thirty tie-
the wUbin
thoroughness O""
the provisions of this amend- ernnr ,
Bow known u the Second da Tat. in 1942 for their annrovnl or refection
., .
exercised In connection with elld upon other fuel used to propel and all existing .laws Inconsistent "''o the srt1n.rnm rtt nf theiessn .. .. : that Is to say that Section t
motor reticles thall u collected be S JOY ROt "' Proposlnii herewith shall no tonwr remain .l enii the 'p..1.1Ire tpt. of Article X he amended b, adding
the Omntitutlon of flrlne' e*'-."' 'n." tn '
training program. placed monthly In the 'State Roads In fnr.I end effect All I law rnn.I. t'reto the fnllowtri! ectlon'
of Florida to be known nf the 'n. questlnp nf "
-ht state vlnlstlnn pro
for the
As regrettable and unfortunateas Distribution Fund' In the State Treasury a .n.ll. .norlnnm..nt Section t-A That the salary
.-nM feir
'
Section 3 of Article Relating to this amendment and 1 1nwImnosln evt s'% irisrv .f
these accidents are it is Impossible and divided Into three (3) equal XVI o license taxes .h"1| be enacted '.in.itfe is hcrehimnn'1'nie| renulre*' wsres and Income from anv "ure
distributed "m.lldment
which shall be due and
part owlnt. or
from time -" fe'nini-tio** *he renm.nst'run'wemlend n* .h.t.on."r l.
to conduct our training monthly among the "severs countIes BB IT REV BT THK LKJfSLATURK by the LIMlalur. hv this sfenrtmertt befn. come elite and owing to any person

a* follow: : STAT FLORIDA to, tlm"Alprno (."" suCh ettts.wnli"a. -ho Is the hear of a family residingIn
program on the present scale without That the ndmen& to by the Governor May S p o.t""p.t
this the "tiblect nf"irnlshment
1010.1111 Stats shall be
..(
One part according to area. one pan enVcrl reannnrtlnn"ent
loss but as I stated before be kllOw 8 3 of Article XVIIof 19 .sc nn fn .. the court of this
some according to population and one part b and .."." nnt he Umiteif tn e n1r eh .
present Constitution F'tM' tn office Secty ot State MayS ttate bv I law,
be provided to
M mav
to the Counties contribution t. > rln .t.ll iiitrunnnrtlonment
according cit4 of twenty nr
for undue "
it does not call the Is hereby agreed to shall be '
the *x ent of not more than 21 of
to the coat of Stat road oontructlpn electors of the Stateat 1&1 ts effe"teit sn<4 shs'1nnsMee "
alarm for considering the numberof In the ratio of distribution submitted to the election of Representatives no """iness other than such such salnrv wares and Income 'o
the general
planes in the air the record is M orovlded In Chapter 1J639. Lawi of to b* held in the year A. D. 1M2 A N RISLCTlOI Proposing "n."..nt'o.n.nst ) nv the express payment of any oblIgations contract arising subsequent .
Florida. Acte of 1931. and for the purpose to-wlt: .j Five nf the 'nproved by the Oovernor June 1 O Imol.1
better today than It was a year of the apportionment based onKM Constitution of Florida by dln."pr.Io.n 1941. to nf thisC'nerdment
Section 3. any regular special provided however that
counties' contribution for the I.t o .Jdltlonal Section Relat-
eon of State road construction the or extra .Ion. the Legislatureby Blectlnn of Circuit' Judges File 'In nfflc of Secretary ot State the legislature shall not extend the
ago.Another thing for Floridians to amount of the contribution established vote of three-fourths ol all member I' t 'nne I IMl ,, t"ht of garnishment I herein provided
1931 elected to each Hous. shall determine BB I RESOLVED BT TRY IEOIS- where the salary i">",00 I lees
the certificate made In o
take into account is the fact that by that an emergency OF THI 8TATF OF FLORIDA ., week eveent to necessities liferesy
shall I.
pursuant to laid Chapter 15059. requiringan A JOTVT RFSOLtmON
this state today is one .of the out. be taken and deemed conclusive In an State early exist decision an by. the .leln to this the "f State Article of Florida tt the be Constitution.mende n, Amendment to Ar"e! i' IIn.n 'A the teotsiatutreAruproved.rom t'me to time b* definedbv

computing the monthly amount dLtrtbutable Constitution of the Stat of FloridaRelating
standing air training areas. This according to said contributions. Constitution dealing with the be subject ddlna to be known thereto a*an Section eddltlon,1 4fl of said' to County and Municipal 1 1Oo.mm.nt. by the Governor June 11.
matter of such emergency may proposed 1941
naturally means that more such Such fund 10 distributed shall and If the proposed Amendmentbe Article relating! to the Election of Clr- Fi'e" In Sect of State lime
accidents are recorded here than he administered by the State Board ofAdmtnlstratloa to by a Yt cult Judges be. and the Mine ts herebysgreed BB IT ENACTED BY THE LEOI3- II 1941. o'fc.
a* Hereinafter pro of led* member W..ou to and shall be submitted to ATT7RK OF THB STATE OF FLORID
eh
elsewhere. To assume that the vided. Rouse the same shall be entered upon the electors of the State of Floridafor That the following amendment to Ariel

same would app'y to every fbI Th Governor a* Chairman, the respective lournal with tile veal ratification O "Joolol at the ,* Tin nf the Co..tltlOI of th A JOPTT RESOLnTTOH Proposing
average State Treasurer and tile Stat Comptroller th.1 nay thereon. Thereupon at tile Oenernl !ectlof n the Stat of Florida .Ialnll County the Amendment of Section 18 of AetMe -
state in, the union is without hall constitute a body corporate earns session the legislature shall first .tr the first Monday and Municipal a"ernmpfta to b* XVI of the Constitution of Pieritt -

base In those areas to b* known a* the "State vide for a special I election to be r'1 November .follows"Section numbered ArticleV'111 Relating to Taxation of Propertyof
or reason. Board of Administration, which Board not less ninety nor more Judge shall be and the same I. hereby agreed Comoretlnns with Crr"ll Bxemptlon -
where there we no large aerial hall succeed to all the power control on. tlla eighty days after hereafter be 4 Cr.ul the oualifled to and shall b* submitted to the elee- for Religious Municipal

follows and authority 01 the ttatutory Board journment and for publication of electors of pl.ted respective Judicial truce ot the state for ratification or Educational LICr. Fraternalor
training centers it naturally .f Administration. Said Board shall the next general election .
notice at which special election circuits' other Stat and County rejection, at Ch.\! PI"
there are nQ accidents. have, in addition to such power* M th th.re. Amendment oal n ifflclal are. elected to be held In Nnvember. 1942 to-wlf SEW) VFl) BT TUB t WTS.

Perhaps have heard that nay b* conferred upon and It by law toemanagement submitted to the elector* of Slat Th first election of Circuit Judges S"'lal 11. The* County Commls L-TTJ I' r OF T TATEOPF*' :
you control supervision
for approval rejection: prldedIh.t General Election Dad who shall beelected 1 the following
shall beld st the COUDt
American planes are inferior to .f the proceed of said two (.kl cent If a general o election of Representatives In b to take office on the first at the In 194 amendment to Section It of Artlcl
of said taxe and all and otherIreet. .
other'nations that they money I* to occur within Mid period I Tuesday after the first Monday shall Immediately after the beginning' XVI of the Constitution of the Stat
; those of which the effective dtu of t
on such Amendment thai be submittedto 1949. for a term of six yean of their terms of oflr.. redistrict nf Florid relatln to taxttion of the
are more difficult to fly. or possess this amendment are applicable or mapb.coms the electors tt such general elec I .nla. of all such office as they Dade County Into Com property of C1rlol with certain
of
applicable to UM bond the T. tr tn b numberedby
I missioner to *
tion.
time of exemption elenlino mu-
the
I sincerely exist at .
other disadvantages. several counties of this State, or any l.r,
from
one
the said .
U a majority ot tile electors voting adoption 0 this Amendment be Cmm\lonen rlclnal .du.alon,1 literary fraternalnr
special road and brldm district orother .h.1
hope our enemies believe special taxing district thereof. upon the proposed Amendment shall and they are hereby extended terminate to five ",.pl"el". such the ob rt"J. OI. b and the
In
this and Continue to ,beUeve it. Issued prior to July 1st. 1931. for roectndl'r1 adopt the a Amendment pan of this the Constitution same shallbecome first Monday on the first Tuesday after the bnda.m"nn" to Include Districts within the respective ''m'.. submitted to "the electors and of.ha
and Tn word J.nua lDI.-
But when a Flying Fortress returnsto ? a* used purposes.herein shall Include Tl. Amendment shall DOt"" held to by t U. District ".It.follows' State of Florida for rtttn..tlo or
Appro'e a".mO Districts
One the said
.. .' in anrwlse sffeet snv Omml.lolI. rejection, the next
its base after fighting oft 12 tmnds ttm warrant emCee %nrt other .. o I 1"nrl .1"ttll
torm ot indebtedness issued for road existing provision ot the ConstItutionrelating in office ot Secretary SUM .h.p. tr" to be heM In 1949- I .
enemy planes, our fighters keep and brtdg any county or to Amendment but shall bes.garded red IMl o which 1" day Apri the said Section 16 of Article XVI a*
purpose IUe
13 Election
embraced
special road and b rda* district Orther a* an additional method 1941. ohe Constitution of the State nf Florida .
knocking Jag.Zeros out of the (clnct numbered M to n
Amendment IneJI. be amended so to read Mfollows
specIal district out THOU Proposingan .
taxing tII..t A JOIN1 RI' ) Flection .
skies at the rate of three to one, standing on July 1st. 1931. or any r.- Apo b Oovernor May I Amendment Article Sixteen ot and clncts also numbered such part 1(1 o. do and 81 -

from fundln issues thereof t5eld..deII.II 1941.Filed She Constitution >l Florid by adding ... shore of .8 "Section 18 The property of
after dispatch 'J* east of the .
and dispatch ,
u ottle Sect ot May ftIMl .tP
the
bare the Statutory power of S&Ioc Section corporation excent property of
thereto aa .ddl&IOlla Permit cavne Bay all a resolution j
the fighting fronts report "all our Board 01 County Commissioners and ting the Legislature to test the of the..t hll.hf b ''corporation which shall construct a
Bond Trustee and of any other of making Rule and Regulation R Colllt' CmIMIODP' shin c bane canal' .- the peninsula .
returned safely" it clearly of said County adopted
No"emb t
planes Authority of special road and bridge A JOINT BSOLTJTTON Proposingan latlng to UM Conservation of into designated M Florida. If Legislature
refutes such Inferority nonsense. districts and other special taxing district Amendment to Article of the Water Flan and Salt Water Productsin 10TT- should so enact whether I."tnf.

thereof with regard to said Constitution of the state 01 Pod a Board Commission Another of the Mil shall .hereafter tn"rpto .h"l b IUI
American planes are good planes bond except that the power to levy R"lntlve to the bIU' BBSOLVaD O BY THE l-KHB. comprise the territory Dlrr th.tt ileet to t..I/n Irn
BB IT
ad valorem taxe kj xprealy withheld bv Adding Sec o" ''vie held, tn the
flyers
and American flyers are good Ib. LATURI OF Till STATE OF FLORIDA which the day
from said board) and shall take overall tion to dam and FreshWater O 'least thereof
ot tile Constitution 941. ra Oommtasloners' nn..tmlrtl 'o rll.
and the whole blamed worldIs papera. documents and record Fish Commission' This A. .. ot Florida be District.mbre Commieatoners' .'.. ml1nl.I"1 M" '
I *
oneemln UM MOM Said Board BB IT RBSOLVED BY erary fraternal nr charitable
out. additional desCribed In
finding It n LIt amended by adding thereto an District No 1 a* _
UM from dm to LATURB however .
hall ban Provided
power 01 T IAn01 Section 10 be known Section Book "*'of the Minutes of the County "* Iht
V----- Mm to Issue refunding bonds to ma- That flltlwlDI to Mid Article 18 authorial. site Commissioners of Mid County at shall not affect tt Or.IO
tare within the said fifty 190) vestperiod. Article r* of the 31 01 K n and
O"ttlo of making -
NOTICETo for any of eelS outstanding Stat of Florida rel.tt. le. Legislature and to vest the l.e to page Another 194 et of seq the t Mid nf J.ln.. "" .1 Florida

bond or Interest thereon and to secure tlve Department by adding th"to U conservation rules of r.gl.tlolIR flab and District comprise Ommllon" I Anproved b CkyernoeTune n.
them of anticipated additional to be It oa .
by a pledn known
810 board or com which th* first day AnvIl
a
Whom It May Concern; eUeaSP from such gasoline or other Section M Article 17 creating 1. water p\o 1941. o In Dis 1941Piled cffle of State..Time .
..d SOres to be distributed to rucnounty a Came and Water Com miin b _t be "br Cml.lon. 0 I I
I will not be liable for any debt P PI and ball ... .
let t Il 1"1
b
a* hereta provided owl not hereby al
ml.o ad of
_t MM SUM minute of the The votes ta Wish
wife Mrs. Evelyn rat al Interest than said shall b PlO C.
Incurred by my M 0 greater rejection mIssioner of Mid County at u. "ta'
or aid MMi
IOT proposed '
loads now bean and to lera*. esO or the Electors ot the Stat of Floridafor ,
and after Recttoa to be BM oa the and also an the territory which
Hope Morris Barnett on rep i araa retura
Bohanie on behalf of any county orBit ratification or rejection the ODW a delall U
UM ftrrt Monday the first day of 141
oa
Tuesday, (thereof. & tIle samewsautatiolta
this date. for UM sole txsrpoM ot retime General Beetlon to be held the n. a Ap. .11-
.
_. so followSection IB Election num, and ar* profvMed -
aid bends hewed by evcfe _.,. or fly,, Tuesday after the first Monday Im J .mb '
H. Morris Barnett Legislature Bay to n Inclusive M b.o by for OUBMOM al
gpsesal road and brttn sMswIe. orother la November IMl. M I be I
Sept. 18 1942. snusl, taxing alsrtrM aneraaf.asntme Section 3 1 P MI Jao- yM SB Board o* OommlMloa, b the areS Resolution No10TT I the State fit
or aShes fwsl su enttolpattoaOsr nary I th* lal."m' rwtora- BOW onated or Mutt May k* treated I 1 t. I

V 1Iflestre bsMlBj -tree o. eel '1 I of by I altl to BUB* and ombitsh AnotsM* ot she said District .' II' ..1,

... .... ..re fit .sa essI see f I n s fa wlt regard comprise t ct which and affrnd te
Let us have faith that right ._ in an.. 4n"idSoan sosl aaalwse sad .u rttattnfto UM Ut 141. eb MM Mat O. M T.IaAseses. *.

makes might and In that faith let .. RdI ... erminis tInY SM heq.It USe aoBMrvatteo of salt water Ik* la OBnunlsstonsr* DIstrict . MM* .
MIS p.. ..nod re .s Bused essyk sad Bad aM vaSes Brodw.11MM described H Bonk "F" at i day of Anr-lTI
us daje to'do our..duty as we understand ....... SO -. 1 J .-.._. .__ Psa..d SW OovorBO* ,n. ot MM Oesrnty Oommlsitoaars o .LkAT. ..'

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