The Okeechobee news
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Title: The Okeechobee news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The Okeechobee Publishers, Inc.
Place of Publication: Okeechobee Fla
Creation Date: October 2, 1942
Publication Date: -1992
Frequency: triweekly[<1989>-1992]
weekly[ former <1926-1945>]
semiweekly[ former <1981-1983>]
three times a week
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Okeechobee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Okeechobee County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Okeechobee -- Okeechobee
Coordinates: 27.241667 x -80.833056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 82, no. 91 (Sept. 13, 1992).
General Note: "The voice of the Everglades."
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 6, no. 24 (Jan. 8, 1926).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Volume 28 ,-Number 15 Okeechobee, Florida, Friday, October 2, 1942 Price Five Cents

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:MR. AND :MRS CLAUDE L. ( .. ---OW: .. '. I
Methodist ChurchTo COONS ON BRIEF VISIT Our War Bond Sale

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Start Revival I : Mr. and Mrs. Claude L. Coons Exceeds September
spent the weekend in Okeechobee
visiting with old friends Mrs. I f

Week From Sunday Coons formerly Miss Rose Mullls, ( r % wrrl Quota $11,275.00
for resident of
was many years a 4 I I'I
---- Okeechobee, and later the operatorof .
Beginning Sunday, October the Southern Rose Tourist Home in II On October 1 Florida started on

Uth, revival services will be cOnducted Sebilng. I Its SECOND HUNDRED MILLIONand

twice dally at the MethodI I Mr. and Mrs. Coons have Just I know it will be bought in

hit Church throughout the week returned! from Appalachlcola, Fla., J Ja ala r I much less time than the 17 month

follog'Ing, where he has been employed in cle-I i I tt took for the FIRST HUNDRED
The hour for the services will be U-nse work. They left Monday for I I I MILLION because many months

8 o'clock for the evenings. The Orlando, where they will make I were necessarily spent In getting

morning hour will be announced their home, having leased the En-I I our counties organized and then,
later glewood Tourist Home at 39 too. from May to December of last

With the membership of the Amelia Street In that city.walhesntie I year our country was not actuallyat '

Church co-operating loyally In the ---y- _____ I war but since Pearl Harbor our
work and the pastor doing the * :
preaching, we look forward to a r Bilker; greater volume than before.

week of Gixl'i blessing upon the V *sH'5pRc T; r5 w Our fighting men are doing their
church and upon all who will unite To 3 a' part-we must do ours. War Savings
with us In this effort. Ccmped Open r" are needed to pay for the

We Invite all pastors and member ... 1 : planes, tanks, and guns used by

of other churches to be with i Branch By Razis T the men who are fighting the most
its and to enter freely Into the I powerful armies of Invasion the
.ervlces. I world has ever known-men who

W. R. HOWELL, SiKer Springs. Oct 1 ,FNS, 'Jt." are fighting OUR battles. To give

Pastor of the Methodist Church. E\cn I the not-so-aneient but highly I ."''. > our pilots, our sailors, and oursoldiers
-------v-- -- interesting and honorable profes- ', < i I the equipment they need,

U. S. S. Lexington Mon of! "milklna" rattlers and other I H Mi' *Mt *v,#"' v we must enslst every possible dol-

c"',,dly snakes for their venom lar for the duration. We must
fiollmj the effects of this war. I STATE TUBERCULOSIS X-RAY UN T TO BE HERE OCTOBER 16 17 | save, not once In a while, but REGi -

Enlistments Ross Allen, Florida's nationally i ULARLY. Men go on fighting
Open I Arrangements have been com- The F. F. A., Welfare Board, The health department director
known herpetologist is opening a | month after month. War spending
pleted to bring the mobile, x-ray' Civic Club and p T. A have been reports. that tuberculosis Is on the
''much 01 his Florida Reptile InMate ( goes on month after month. Sowe
Until 3rdFlorida unit of the Division of Tuberculosis -, in charge of arrangements for the increase in the United States according -
at must month after mOl1th-
Saturday and Venom Laboratory save
; State Board of Health, tc>|: services of the mobile x-ray equip- to Indications from several
the Springs in Hialeah within the every week, every pay day.
Okeechobee County on October 16 I' ment. An x-ray of the lungs will f. the larger cities.
continued to roll up the xt few days. and 17. Groups eligible\ for xrayby < show pulmonary tuberculosis in then When people step up their Okeechobee County's sales of
votal of U. S Navy "Lexington Vol- The move was made necessary the unit will be announced II i early stages as well as In the more tempo of life, when they work war bonds and stamps) for the
'mteers" the state Thursday because of inability to secure gasoline i month of September were surprisingly
the'near future. advanced stages. harder worry more, do not eat \

since the nation-wide campaign and tires for his usual weekly --.- --, .. properly; or obtain enough rest, inevitably good. Considering Septemberour
was announced by Secretary of the trips from Silver Springs to the more people develop tuber- dullest month of the year, and

Navy Frank Knox on September 21. Mlami-Everglades area where he s I \.ilosi' it is still a dangerous dls- there being practically no payrollIn

Secretary Knox In announcing'he :picked up reptiles and animals secured r.. i-.iM'\ in spite of the great strides the county at thIs period, It was
nearly 60 trappers, commercial 'emarkable. The total sales
campaign to commemorate the by i made In this country to eradicate |'1 )
U. S. S. Lexington, Navy aircraft fishermen, and v others on THE OBSERVER it Nationally, It stands seventh 'the month aggregated $15,375.

curler lost in the battle of the ins payroll A among the causes of death, but In 1 Our October quota started Thursday
Coral Sea, stated that every Aviation Allen will spend his weekdays at Florida In 1941 tuberculosis ranked and will be the same as last
Cadet and Bluejacket enlisted HiaUah.: but will appear at his tilth > month $4,100. We are already off

in the navy during; the period Reptile Institute here onthehour"milking" every Sun- B:> "BII L PACE Among women between 18 and 35 to a flying start and I look for an-
would receive specially prepared, day for his usual ? other banner month ahead
a lectures S JJ ears of age, it Is still the first of us.
appropriately worded certificate to and accompanying -0- fuse of death. Among men between Sales up to Thursday noon as

carry with him throughout his 23 and 45 is is the second checked, wilh Postmaster Tom Pitts
' naval career With hundreds of soldiers and totaled $3,225. Let's keep the
muse of death, exceeded only by up
Lieut. L. V. Ludwig member of sailors crowding Into Silver Springs MERRY XMAS accidents. i\ good: work. Nothing less than 300

the V-5 naval aviation cadet se- every week-end, Allen finds an attentive Tuberculosis can be cured If detected per cent for Okeechobee County.

L 1 lecyon board from Atlanta ,and in ,, audience at each perform- ,' Ttri3: .':a.leyrweleorpe!;\; greetingmay I I and. with carp, Be certain. also early. When the disease first t see by the papers' 'that other
ance'for ell of'lhc\ venom he extracts seem a little premature to | that you have your own return
charge'of the V-5 drive In south
starts in the lungs, no symptoms counties, In good fellow competition
Is rushed to leading labora- most of readers, but In truthIt address attached.
Florida, said this area should rank you
are noticeable. An x-ray of the are putting on auction salesat
high In the nation.In tjrles here it is converted into Is quite timely. In fart you These simple rules are all thats
lungs, however, will reveal the their theatres the same as Mr.
that eventually find theiruay must to do to make for "that
Miami It was announced by -erums hurry right now your necessary
tuberculosis in this
presence of Culbreih had on the 16th of last
Litut. M. C. Rhodes, offlcer in'': Into army, navy and marine Xnus shopping as "time's awastin' boy" aIrrl': ', Merry Christ
stage. month. I hope them the successwe
kits "
and air force hospital ." mar
narge of recruiting that since the corps had here at home.
throughout the world. Well be a seeing you. Approximately 400 persons can
launched un-
Lexington drive was
He Is prepared to pay from 25 I am speaking of the Xmasshopping oim:. be x-rayed each day with the And here Is good news. The news
'41 September 29 a period of eight
cents to $100 for poisonous Florida you have all along intended --- ?_ _4t'AKMV - mobile unit. Citizens of Okeechobee that many of you have been wait-
days, 229 Miami men joined as
offered for to do for that boy in the County are advised to watch ii.g for. We will have another
Lexington Volunteers" for an average I leptiles. top price : AIR CORPS W.TSU'IISICUSS :
snakes over six feet In length, dead Army, Nary or Marine ('orp! The News for announcement of "Theatre Box Party" at the Gilbert -
UP TO 50
of over 28 recruits a day.
alive There are. only 24 more shopping those eligible for x-ray. Everyone Theatre In November Mr.Culbreth .
Durim the same period Miami enlisted days left for you to select, wrap eligible Is urged to take advantageof stated in an interview today
eight men in the "Miami West Palm Beach, Oct 1. FNS( )
and send these ilft,. The dead this service. that as he has already announced -
Lexington Squadron." In Scate line (or mailing Christmas: packages -Experienced technicians betweenthe his regular free show
Ratings -- ---- --
Secretary Knox permitted communities to all departments of thearmt'd ages of 43 and 50 will now be gram for October, he thought It
to be assigned squadron accepted for enlistment with the CHANGE IN TIME: OF EVENING
In been
forces definitely
advisable to out his regular
o! 40 men each and said that in Army Air Corps the War Department SERVICE AT BAPTIST CHURCH carry
November 1st. So
| Reopened By Navy set for hurry, schedule for October, but, LOOKOUT
,o far as the needs of the service hurry, hurry. announces
Another box party with some
permitted these squadron wouldbe Sunday School 9:45: a. m.
> Minor physical defects innovations
kept Intact and trained togeth- !In Fla. Hex! WeekMiami. Although the blze of the pack- disqualify applicants as men in the Morning Worship 11:00: a. m some new time in November.Is in store The date for
limited there are countless -
were assigned over ages are Training Union 7:00:
er. Squadrons former loB classification are now p. m. ,
will be announced later
urtU les that be sent
Statt.The may Evening 8:00
the being enrolled. Worship : p. m.
W. R. PAGE, Chairman
Aviation Cadet training in !. Oct 1 -In addition to the with safety Packages should not Mid-week Prayer Meeting, 9:00.:
It is ratings occur -
pointed out Okeechobee County War Savings
(he! Navy offers graduates of high 125 ratings open for the "Seabees"of weigh over 11 pounds and 'be no rapidly for technicians and The pastor's subject for Sunday Committee

school the finest flight training In the Navy, seven ratings which longer than 18 inches. properly qualified men are given morning will be "How NOT to'' V

the world) $73 per month while have been closed for some time What tan IOU send that HE immlsslons. amount to anything as a Christian.. ,
the:, are cadets taking training and have reopened today, It Is an- may use to good advantage. How The observance of the Lord's ,\RC.DIFEDER.L HOUSING
commission In the U. S. Navy or nounced by Lt. M. C. Rhodes, Jr., about a like pipe set. (Pipe and Applicants are urged to apply at Supper will take place at the evening PROJECT BEGUN THIS WEEK
the office at Mor-
Marine Corps if they successfully Officer In Charge of Navy Recruit tobacco pouch)I. No need to send Army service.
rison Field, West Palm Beach, or Arcadia, Oct. 1. FNS) First
complete their training which will ing for South Florida. cigarettes lie can buy them V-- ___
to the nearest Army recruiting station. ground was broken here this week
pay them $225 and $291 a month. These additional ratings are: nearly as cheap where he is as STATE COLLEGE GIRLS
The "Lexington Volunteer" campaign Blacksmith, helper (bldg., truck It would cost you to mall them. SERVING INTERNSHIPS by Major Marshall Whidden of Ar-
Is officially scheduled to close driver barber, chainman, chauffeur, But possibly a cigarette lighter I --, -- -- --- cadia for the new federal housing

on October 3. The new USS Lexington Instrument man and rodman.Lt. Get a good one. Wind and water 37 COUNTY COMMISSIONS: project, approved by the War Pro-

the biggest aircraft carrier i E. R. Bonaccl the Navy Con- proof. FOR GAS TAX CHANGE Tallahassee, Oct. Twenty-six duction Board, at Villa Rica Park

afloat, was launched at the Fore'; struction Engineer will again visit young women from Florida State development.Built .
River Plant In Quincy Mass., on t i Miami on Thursday and Friday, And he will appreciate a sewing Tallahassee, Oct 1. (FNS)-Com- '' College for Women hold positionsas to answer the housing

September 26 in connection with ,I Oct. 8 and 9 for the purpose of kit I know Remember, he mIssioners of 37 Florida counties teaching Internes In public shortage problem occasioned by the
the drive 'to get men into the navy Interviewing and assigning ratingsto has to sew on his own buttons have passed resolutions endorsingthe schools throughout; Florida for the expansion of Carlstrom and Dorr

which will carry on the fighting volunteers for the Seabees. Hewill and do his own mending. A nice Gasoline Tax Amendment to be first eight weeks of the fall semester Fields, occupancy priorities for the

iplrtt shown by the officers and visit West Palm' Beach on sewing kit containing needles, voted on In the general election in This announcement came recently 5-room houses have been granted
bluejackets who made naval his- Wednesday Oct 7, before comingt thread buttons and scissors<<: can November. from Mr Ernest Cason coordinator to Riddle Aeronautical Institute

tory on the old USS Lexington Miami. be bought for a nominal sum Voters are urged to familiarize of intern teaching for the personnel.

V I "Please bring at least three references Also good leather wallets are themselves with this amendmentand state college. First of the 75 houses, all of
DR. D. S. CAMPBELL: URGES when making application". always welcome Something to vote for it. The Gasoline Tax This marks the fourth semester which will be 5-room frame con-

REDEDICATION TO IDEALS Lt. Rhodes stated, "because it will hold his papers, cards and moneyif Amendment will be No. 1 on the that the college has cooperatedwith struction costing about $3,000 each,

Tallahassee, Oct. 1.-At the first save much Inconvenience for you ( any), And If he Is a good ballot it Is pointed out. Its ratification other teacher education! Institutions Is expected to be ready for occu-

formal convocation of the year heldon and will aid In getting you a crap shooter, send him a money will result In a substantial and the state departmentof pancy on or before the first of the
belt. lie can fill It to overflow saving to all taxpayers and 'will education In the Florida Intern year
higher rating"Navy
September 29 In the main aud-
itorium at Florida State College Recruiting Stations are located ing with "filthy lucre", always, tend to materially strengthen Flor- teaching program. Approximately V

.or Women fir Doak Sheridan In Miami, West Palm Beach on pay day. How( about It boys). ida's financial structure 75 students In this time have taken CITRUS CROP THIS YEAR

Campbell president of the college, and Key West on the second floorof And of course a small compact V Internships. FINE, KEENAN REPORTS:

challenged the students to accept the Post Office Buildings. raveling kit, containing comb, IILINO DATE EXTENDED The eight weeks Interning periodis
brush, razor, soap, metal mirror, equivalent to seven semester Frostproof, Oct. 1. (FNS-Major
t'-r' responsibility for self Improve- Other ratings open In the "Sea- FOR CAPITAL STOCK TAX
ment as a patriotic service. I bees' include: blacksmiths, bull etc., Is just the thing hours of credit. On returning the Edward T. Keenan, director of the

For the occasion one which officially dozer operator carpenter, concrete Then In the more expensive John L. Fahs, Collector of Internal girls take a required seminar course Keenan Laboratories, terms Flor-

begins the new school year, vcrkec; construction worker, crane brackets are pen and pencil sets, Revenue for the District of based on their experiences in the ida's coming citrus crop "excep

members of the faculty In caps and operator, dredge deckhand, quarry i ask Phil Baker what makes are Florida, announced receipt of advice field t tionally fine". From a recent survey -

gowns formed the academic proces- driller,, electrician engine operator, beU.) wrist watches, small port from the Commissioner of In- V he states all Indications are

ilon. dredge fireman gas and dIesel repairman able radio and any number of crnal Revenue, Washington, D. C. LAKE COUNTY COTTON that It will carry a color favorableto

Preceedlng Dr. Campbell's ad labor foreman launch- articles that will make nice gifts. 1 that the date for filing 1942 Capital GROWERS NEED PICKERS California and possess a fine

dress Miss Helen Herrlott of Fort man, dredge mate mechanic crane :Magazine: subscriptions make one Stock tax returns had been extended smooth skin and even texture with

Lauderdale, conducted a devotional 'and engine oiler shovel operator of the finest presents also. to November 28, 1942. Leesburg Oct. 1. (FNS) Sea in.

service and the college Faculty painter, piledriver foreman, pipe- Although know he would j Mr. Fahs said he had no information Island Cotton growers in Lake "In all my years in Florida,"
Trio musical numbers. I 1 fitter and. you it next to Impossible states Keenan, "I have never tasted
played two plumber pipelayer pow- appreciate much some home i as to when the forms mightbe County are finding
In his address, the first to the i derman helper rigger, road machine made jellies very, Jams, or a pie pr received In his office, nor was to get labor for picking, a better"flavored fruit at this time

entire student body. Dr. Campbell I: operator, sheet metal worker cake made by "Ma", It Is not ad- I| he advised as to the rate of tax, although they have offered pickers3c of year

called upon the students and faculty I (coppersmith), steelworker, telephone Usable to send food of any des but suggested that interested taxpayers a pound, a half cent above the Major Keenan just returned from
to rededicate themselves to and switchboard man, water watch'for news items. He usual rate. Many workers have Louisiana where he has been mak-
the Ideals for which the college 1 tender, welder, wharf builder, baker, I I said his office would mail formsto left cotton fields to pull Bermuda ing surveys of citrus and will

has stood for so many years and !I boatswain, chief of party, cook, I Wrap all packages neatly and corporations which filed returns grass at 13c a bushel, used for shortly leave for Texas where he

which our country Is now fightingto diver, diver tender, draftsmen andI strongly, and above all, write or ;' for 1941 If and when the 1642 forms planting airports, which net them will cover the citrus producing areao
preserve. I mess attendant. I print name and address In detail 1 are received. from four to five dollar a day. : that state



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ODkcecIuibcc Nl'fusl, Hospital Apprentice First Claw 1 I I Lightsey of Okeechobee, with the Private Smiley Waldron, son of

Marvin L. Wilson, son of Mr and Sis .. Army Tank Division somewhere in' Mr. and Mrs. N. F. Waldron of

I Mrs. E. J. Wilson of Okeechobee, Great Britlan. Entered service in' Okeechobee with the Infantry stationed
I From where I
Published Every Friday by the Medical Corps. United States Naval ,I sit April 1941. at Camp Pickett, Va. Entered

Okeechobee News Co., at Okeechobee Air Station Jacksonville Fla Entered I service In June 1942.

Okeechobee County Florida. the Navy In June 1941. I ..._.._ wAGy Lieut. Wllda Llghtsey, daughter I .

--' | of Mr and Mrs Monroe Llghtsey I I Corporal Jessie! D. Wilson, son of

BRYANT BOWDEN .:......... .. Editor Boatswain's Mate First Class Rex Joe MarshI formerly of this city but now resident Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Wilson of Okee.

- Anderson son of Mrs. Lizzie Anderson of Lakeland, United States ,I chobee, stationed at Moore Field.

Entered as second class matter of Frostproof and brotherof I Army nurse stationed in Australia. Mission, Texas. Entered service In

July 1, 1914 at the Post Office In Alva Anderson of Upthegrove February 1942.

Okeechobee. Florida under the Beach stationed with the United .MBWID letting my hair cat this Judge Cunningham and I w I Private Curtis R. Johnson, son of ISO

Act of March 8, 1879.SUBSCRIPTION. States at West Florid. : Mrs. of
Navy Key Nancy J Johnson of Okeechobee Sergeant Julian Morrison, son
--- --- Entered service in May 1942. stationed with the Army atCamp Mrs. W. H. Russell of Okeechobee,
RATE When I climbed into the barber a sociable: beer together.
Gordon, Georgia Entered stationed at Fort Banning, Ga. He
One year In advance .. .... $2.00 chair. Ra to
y says met Wo that the this
Vernon L. Burke of Mr. and agreed way service In
son June 1941. enlisted in the United States Armyin
Six!! months In advance ......... .. 1.00
town went an out to collect .
Mrs. J. W. Burke of Okeechobee, "Sorry, Joe. Ain't got time for scrap the summer of 1940,
Three months In advance ........ .75 We're wu a pretty food illustration of .
Seaman you today. closing this
Second Class at Naval Air up Private William R. Johnson son
k-ew Democracy works. No need to
Advertising bills are payable on Station Jacksonville. Entered service I morning at ten. : of Mrs. Nancy J. Johnson of Okee Albert Smith U. S. S. Kelauea,
track a whip. DO need to pass a
the first of eAch month. Parties In summer of 1941. And ilea I remembered. ThtWM law telf-determined folks chobee, located with the Army at somewhere on the Atlantic. Son of
Jut 1
unknown, to publishers required to the day the town had agreed working hand in hand tot a job I Fort McClelland, Alabama. Entered Mr. and Mrs. Ashberry Smith of

pay In advance. Private First Class Howard Ren- to drop everything-and I mean done for their own people. I service In July 1942. I I Okeechobee. Enlisted In the Navy .
.c rrfM/if-and collect for .
nls Padgett con of Mr. and Mrs. aerap April 16 1942.

Reading notices In local columns B. K, Padgett of Okeechobee sta- | Uncle Sam. o eYes Corporal Wilbur Lanler, son of .

10 cents a line. Rates for display tioned with the Signal Corps of J sir, the drugstore the: 1M'Because from where I tit, Unit's Mr. and Mrs. Ira Lanier of East Fred Smith, In Service School at

advertising furnished on application. the United States Army at Key aer garage, Sam Abernethy'i g.awhat we're fighting for-the right Okeechobee, in Armored Force, Norfolk, Virginia. Son of Mr and

Classified advertising 2 cents Field, Merrldlan, Miss. Entered rrl I gtore- very place in town to work together-of our own ac Tank Division, stationed at Fort Mrs. Ashberry Smith of Okeechobee.

each word per Insertion.! All Items service In January 1942. e-t '
regarding! enterprises conducted for oday from 10 to I. want to, not because somebody I 1941. .

profit are chargeable at rdvertlslng Granville N. Wilson son of Mr I 0 o e tills 111 to. And when the job's I Private Pete Leitner, somewhere

rates. and Mrs. E. J Wilson of Okeecho- I nd you ought to ... tie result! don., to relax as we m fit. Private Clarence Lanier son of overseas with Infantry. Son of

-- ------ 'I bee Seaman second class In United piled up U front of the Ire LouseAnd the Judge agreed. H. point. Mr. and Mrs. Ira Lanier, of East Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Leitner of Okee-
States Navy aboard U. S. S. North One hundred and fifty tone of ed oat that one of the things that Okeechobee. now In General Hos- chobee. Entered service January

pledge! allegiance! to the Flag Carolina. Entered service In December I M Ul that kail b..B lylag around help folks get together U jut I pital, Charleston South Carolina. 9. 1942.
of United) States Americaand I
the of 1941. I !. attic, eelUri and back yard what we were doin now.It'i .
to the Republic for which It .f our town tine Charlie Jenklna
after good day'fwork
stands: One nation Indivisible, gMit a Corporal Watson D'Agostlna, son Sergeant Huey Glenn Watford,

with liberty and Justice for all." Private First Class Edgar J, WU.I the great-grandfather Texaa Ramgen.That's .Joined ip with to be able to hire a chat and of Mr and Mrs. Joe D'Agostina of radio operator at Fort Bragg, North

son son of Mr. and Mrs. E. J. WIlI a glaa..1 Her If y m want to. Okeechobee, in United States Armyat Carolina. Son of Mr. and Mrs. W.

son of Okeechobee, United States I almost 200 Iba. of metal Camp Stewart, Ga. Entered T. Watford. Enlisted October 29,

Marine Corps stationed somewhere I for every man woman and child incur service in June 1942, 1940.
In the Pacific. Enlisted more than I town. Joat Wwi you-/when c90e "/l f.M.I.'" .
American dtion ro out to do a
two years ago. I Private John Beacham Rauler- Private First Class Herman K.
for Unelo
job San do it
MEN IN SERVICEEDITOR'S ; I son, son of Mr. and Mrs. T. J. 'Watford radio operator, at Fort

Private Jack Hendry son of Mr. Raulerson of Okeechobee, with Benning, Georgia. Son of Mr. and

and Mrs. J. J. Hendry of Lake Army Parachute Division stationedat Mrs. W. T. Watford. Enlisted
No. 48 of. Series 1942 touiulation
Copyright, Breuing Industry
NOTE-We are very Placid and brother of Representative I Fort Banning, Ga. Entered service October 29, 1940.

anxious to have the name and address Bill Hendry of Okeechobee. in In January 1942. .

of each boy from Okeechobee the Air Corps at Denver, Colorado. I Fred Borome, son of Mr. and

County who Is In the service of his Entered service July 1, 1942. Private First Class Earl Bond, Sergeant Purmel Hargraves, son :{I Private James Johnson colored Mrs. R. Borome Sound Operator

country In order that this list may son of Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Bond of of County Supervisor of Registra.1 I son of Sam Johnson and wife of Third Class. Now stationed at
Okeechobee In Field Artillery now tion and Mrs. Hargraves
be complete If you have not already Matthew Leroy Bass colored, son I i Okeechobee with Army Military Brooklyn, New York, on a new

turned In the names of all of Leroy Bass and wife, of Okee- on maneuvers In South Carolina. I city. United States Army Air |I Police stationed at Edgewood, Md. minesweeper arid sub chaser. Enlisted

of your relatives who are In the I cho1x>e. with the United States Entered service. in. August. 1940. Corps Spence Field, Moultrie, da. ,, Entered Army in April 1942. In the Navy in May 1942.

Army Navy or Marines please do Army in Australia. He entered the ', Enlisted December 2, 1942. Promoted I I I .
Enoch Walker son of Mr and to rank of sergeant July 1st.
so at once so that our list will be Army In May 1941. Private First Class Claude V. Sergeant John H. Walker, son .
I i! .
complete. Mrs. Hulon Walker, of Okeechobee, .1 I|I Gardner, son of Mrs Z. E. Harmon i of Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Walker
now serving with the Submarine Private First Class Lawrence
Wayne O. Burke son of Mr. and I i I I i! of Okeechobee, in United States I II Jr.. mechanic in ground crew
Private First Class Reich- Forces somewhere in the Pacific.He Olin Godwin, brother of Oliver I Medical at Fort i
George Mrs. J. W. Burke of Okeechobee.f Army Corps Ben- In the United States Army Air
ert, son of Henry H. Reichert of Apprentice Seaman In the United enlisted in the United States | Godwin. Mrs. H. T. Scott Mrs. ;j ping, Georgia. Entered service in I Corps, stationed somewhere in Aus.
I 1 Navy In May 1937. Hulon Walker Mrs. Vernon Llght- I 1
Okeechobee stationed with the Infantry March 1941.
States Navy at Norfolk Virginia. : tralia. Enlisted In Army in Oct
sey and Tom Godwin of Okeechobee. .
at Fort Benntag, Georgia Entered service In May 1942. i! ober 1940.
Entered the Army in March 1941. I Private Woodrow Walker young with field Artillery at Fort I 1 I Pharmacist Mate 3rd class R. P. .

est son of Mr. and Mrs. J. H: Sill, Oklahoma. Entered service in Coleman
of Dr. and Mrs. T.
Private William R. Vanbrunt. Monroe Rogers, son of Mr. and

Private Paul D'Agostlna, son of Coast Artillery stationed at Miami j I Walker, Sr., of Okeechobee now June 1941. I I;''T. Coleman, United States Naval Mrs. J. R. Rogers of Okeechobee,
at the Induction Station at
Mr. and Mrs. Joe D'Agostlna of Beach Florida.: Entered Army In serving !|, Hospital, Brooklyn, N. Y Entered stationed with the United States I
Camp Blandlng Starke, Fla. Entered Lloyd C. Lightsey, son of Mr. and
Okeechobee. In United States Armyat service in June 1942
July 1941. I I' ; Army in Texas. Entered service in I
I the United States Army in Mrs. Van Lightsey of .
Camp Picket Va. Entered Service I Okeechobee'l July 1942.

in June 1942 |i Captain Ward Baggott, son of May 1942. I'I stationed at Norfolk ., Private James Clark Hancock, In i
I United States in
Navy Signal
Mr. and Mrs. F. H. Baggott of ii I j United States Army Air Corps at Private Henry Prescott, son of t

Sergeant JimmIe Belk, son of I i i, Panama City Florida, but former j Private Robert C. White, son of 'I. Corps. Entered the Navy In April Keebler Field, Miss. Entered ser- Mrs. Martha Prescott of Bassinger, !

Mrs. Delma Belk of Okeechobee, residents of Okeephobee, In Army Mr. and Mrs M. E., White of Okee- I I 1942. vice in July 1942. I stationed with Infantry at Fort I
chobee stationed with the United .
in Artillery at Seattle Wash. Entered I'I Air Corps. Entered service in sum- I Sill, Oklahoma. Entered service in
States Army In California. He Private First Class LeRoy Chandler
service In December 1941. i mer of 194D.I i I Private Rodothy Howard, colored, April 1942.
I entered the Army in March 1942. son of Mr. and Mrs. Perry i i son of Bell Collier of Okeechobee, I I J

Corporal Ray Bass, son of {rs'l I Plvate Wilford Sloan, son of Mr.]1 I I Chandler of BassInger, Stationed ] In Army stationed at Shwachnea I' Andrew J. Potter, son of W. E. -.4
Angle Bass of Okeechobee. in Coast Jr-n! Relchert son of Henry H. with the Medical Corps at Camp i Ariz. Entered service In 1942.
j I and Mrs. Bethel Sloan of Okeechobee. May Potter of Okeechobee aboard the I
r.elchert: of Okeechobee stationedwith I Murphy Hobe Sound Fla., Entered .
Artillery stationed at Davis. ,
Camp <'
with Communication Regiment I I I U. S. Battleship Washington. En-
N. C. Enlisted in the service In United States Army Air Corps Orlando the Cost Guard In Maryland. service in January. .1942. I I Sergeant Billie Stratton, son of listed in November 1941. ,

January 1942. '!; Florida. Entered service in Entered the service. .in June 1942. i' Mr. and Mrs. Nat Stratton of Uto- j,I '
Private Jack Paige, son of Mr.
pia with United States in
February 1942 Army Lawrence Sellers, son of Mr. and
Staff Serreant Jake Relchert son I and Mrs. S. C. Paige of Okeechobee,
Sergeant Lawrence Arrington, India. Entered service in October Mrs. E. O. Sellers of Okeechobee
of II. Reichert of Okeecho- stationed with the United States
son of C. C. Arrington of Okeecho- j Private Paul Wongrey, son of I Henry I 1941. aboard the U. S. S. Arkansas. Entered
'I stationed with the United In Australia.
bee Army Entered ser- .
bee in the Infantry with the United | John Wongrey of Okeechobee. with service in June 1941.
States stationed at Fort States Marines somewhere In the \ice In December 1941. i I J. P. Brooks Mr. .
Army Technical School of United States I e grandson of
Pacific. Entered the service in
Jackson S. C. Enlisted in Army In Army Air Corps at Kessler Field, andMrs. J. F. Bond of Okeechobee, Private Ernest E. Raiford son of

January 1941. I Miss. Entered service In April 1931. Private Merrill Hardy nephew .of in the U. S. Navy at Norfolk Va. Mrs. Susie Raiford of this city.
Mrs. Chas. Hardy of East Okee- 1
Entered service in 1942.
1942. July stationed with the 14th Repair
First Class Machinist Eugene M. cliobee In United States Army en- I
Staff Robert 1 I
Sergeant E. McLaughlin \: Squadron, United States Army
Hall Mr. and Mrs. Reese tered service In 1942. i iI '
son Of February
Jr.. son of Mrs. R. E. Corporal Jean Harvey Hamrick,, stationed I i I Monroe Hobbs son of Mr. and Air Corps Duncan Field San Antonio

McLaughlin of Okeechobee. stationed ,i son of Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Ham- Upthegrove of Utopia : Mrs. A. J. Hobbs of Okeechobee. Texas. Enlisted December
with the United States Coast Guard i Vernon M. King, son of Mr. and '
with Medical Detachment, Let- ''rick of Okeechobee, stationed with I stationed with the Coast Artilleryon 1941. .
j at Mobile Alabama. Entered the I Mrs. W. J. of East Okeechobee
|i King .
terman .
San Francisco Entered
Hospital the United States Army Air Corpsat i the Pacific Coast. service %
service In September 1939 In Gun Crew aboard ship in
California. Entered the United Bradley Field, Windsor Locks I the in March 1941. !I Private Elzle Godwin, son of W.
United States
Navy. Entered .
States Army In February 1941. Connecticut. Entered service In December E. Godwin of Upthegrove Beach
Stan Sergeant Ralph Ming son service In March 1942.
1941. Private James V. Cousart son of with, the Infantry stationed at
Corporal K. R. Anderson, son of Mrs. Ida Ming of Okeechobee, I the late Jas. B. Cou art and Mrs. Camp Pickett, Va. Entered ser-

of Alva Anderson of Upthegrove Quentin R. Sellers, son of Mr. I stationed at Camp Croft Spartens- .! Private J, Murl Dalgneau, son of Marlon V. Cousart, of Okeechobee, 1 vice In June 1942, I
I berg S. C. He entered the Army Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Dalgneau of
Beach Motor Transport Division and Mrs. E. G. Sellers of Okeecho- I stationed with Medical Corps at .

United States Marines, stationedat bee with Army Air Force stationed July 1940. 1 Basslnger stationed with Medical Camp McCoy MI s. Misted in the Private Julian Hodges, son ofMr

Georgetown British Gulena. 'at Kessler Field. Miss. Entered Detachment at Fort Bennlng, Ga. .. .:,iy In April 1142 and Mrs. Hodges of Indian-
i Private Robert Ming son of Mrs. Entered service In March 1941.
Enlisted In the Marine in
Corps service in July 1942. I town, United States Army Engineers
September 1937. I I Ida Ming of Okeechobee, now stationed Private Walter Nix Gray, Jr., son Fort Belvoir, Va., Entered service
[ wish the Infantry In Los Sergeant Major Douglas Casselsof
1 of M. ana Mrs. W. N. Gray Sr.
R L. Sanderfur. 3t., son of Mrs. in April 1942,
Corporal Earl W. Raiford. son of Crela Sanderfur of Okeechobee. Angeles California He entered the Okeechobee. stationed with of Okeechobee, with, the Technical .

Mrs. Susie Raiford of this city, stationed at the Naval Air Stationat |, Army In February. .1942. Headquarters Squadron 11th Replacement Training School of the Army Air Sergeant Carl Stella, son of Mr.

stationed with the United States Depot of General MacArthur's ..uPort Field, Guirport, Miss.
Opaloka, Fla. Enlisted In the and Mrs. K. E. Stello of Okeecho-
I Janmie Finger, son of Mr. and forces in Australia.
Army Air Corps at Dale Mabry United States Navy In December i Enter Entered service August 20, 1942 tee, United States Army Air Corps,
Field Tallahassee, Fla. EnlistedIn Mrs. G. C. Finger of Fort Myers ed the Army in December 1941 I I .__ _? .
INO.I Geiger Field Spokane Wash. Enlisted
but former residents of Okeechobee. I
December 1941. i -
I I In In
I 1'Wluit'lfBllBmI11.Ilt Army January 1942,
Stationed with United States Navyat :
Apprentice Seaman Howard Corporal Albion F. Harden, son .

Charles Raymond Harden son of Drawdy son of Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Norfolk Va.. of Mr. and Mrs. C. D. Harden of .S Corporal David W. Cassel Jr.,

the late Jesse F. Harden of Okee- Drawdy of Okeechobee, Naval Okeechobee with the Marines son of Mr. and Mrs. D. W. Cassel
chobe., in the United States Navy Ill Entered Private First Class: R. B. Jerrell aboard the U. S. Battleship Wyoming I
Training School Chicago WAR BOMBS i [ i iThe c-f Okeechobee stationed with the
son of Mrs. T. M. Jerrell of Okee- .
aboard the U. S. S. O'Bannon. He service In May 1942 somewhere in the Atlantic. United States Army Air Corps at

meted the bcrvice In October chobee, stationed: with pursuit Entered service in June 1940. Savannah, Ga. Enl1 ted from Okee-
Group at Murac Bombing Field at .
1941. Sergeant Oscar B. McKee son of j Murac. California. Entered service Aerial Camera for use on I chobee County In September, 1940.

Mrs H. C. Long of Okeechobee in : 1942. Wilson Pearce, seaman second Scout and Observation and nee on. 1 i .

Private C. E. Kllpatrick son of with the Engineers Shore Regiment February class, son of Mr' and Mrs. J. C. naisance planes Is essential to both i H. H. (Sparky) Osteen, son of

the late Mr. and Mrs. D. R. Kil- somewhere In Great Britlan. He I Pearce. of Okeechobee, in Group 3 the Army and Navy air lo.-cci in Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Osteen now of
Rufus O. Jerrell
son ofMrs.
patrick of Basslnger, stationed with entered the service in September of Service Schools, United States planning battle formations and in obtaining Fort Pierce but former residents of
i T. M. Jerrell
of Okeechobee
the Parachute Infantry at Fort 1940. Naval Training Station Norfolk Information on enemy fortifications !- Okeechobee with the United States

Bragg, N. C. Entered service In j with Field Artillery at Camp Chaf- t Virginia. Entered service in April and movements. They look Air Corps, Foster Field. Texas. En-

January 1942.Thilmore Alton R. McMullen son of Mr. ieo, Arkansas. Entered service in 1942. something like a cannon, and cost tered service in August 1941.

and Mrs. I. N. McMullen of Okee I March 1942. about $3,400 apiece.i I .

Sloan son of Mr. and phobee. Chief Radio Operator with Private Norris L. Jerrell of Private First Class Elliott Lot, C. A. Mathews, grandson of Mr.
Mrs. Bethel Sloan of Okeechobee, the United States Navy at Pensa- I I Mrs T. M. Jerrell of Okeechobee i+ on of Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Lott of I and Mrs. J. F. Bond of Okeechobee,
with the United States Navy at cola. He entered the in a in the U.
July S.
Navy with: the Medical Detachment stationed :St. AuauitUie In Caast Artillery\ Na-y. Entered service
Norfolk Va., Entered service in
1S30.I I somewhere In the Atlantic war j In July 1941.
at Fort O.'lethorpe,
Georgia. .
April 1942. .
I Entered service in January 1941. zone. Entered service in October I
1 Elburn Platt son of Mr. and Mrs.J. '941. I Private Herman Henry Holllday,
Private Cecil Johnson foremen of C. Platt of this city, aboard the |,I' i colored, United States Army Hospital -
Parker Brothers ranch before entering Private Roy Delmar Conerly. son I I
I '
U. S. S. Rosevllle somewhere on the Private I Corps stationed at Camp
service, with Tech School or Mrs. J. W. Conerly Miami formerly James B. Smith son of
Pacific. I 'Blandlng
Entered service
( Mr. and Mrs. S. Smith of Oeecho- in Aug-
I of Okeechobee. stationed
Squadron at Lowry Field at ,;s. 1942.
Entered service In May 1942. I Camp Welters Texas. He entered bee with United States Marines at .

I I 'he United Sta'es Army In March Paris Island, S. C., in Medical Private
Humphrey, 101of
Corps. Entered service in March
Private Theodore Sloan son of '.tE.tTtlit1 1942. I 1942, TIll rlal cameraman can plot Mrs. Dora Humphrey of Okeechobee

Mr. and Mrs. Bethel Sloan of 'j wJ: territories In bold relief to with Medical Detachment at.

Okeechobee with the United States \ I' Private James W. Conerly on of | that Army or Navy Intelligence can Camp Rucker Ala. Entered the

Army Air Corps at Denver. Colorado Mrs. J. W. Conerly Miami formerly Marvin Ervin Arrants, son of i make accurate measurements of enemy Army In June 1942.

Entered service In October of Okeechobee stationed with Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Arrants of territory. We need many of .
the West Palm Beach but former 1 these cameras so to the
1941. I j United States Army in Iceland. residents necessary Baatsnaln's; Mate
a tI i He entered service In August 1941. of Okeechobee, stationed with air arms of the Army and Navy. Second Class .
I the United States Navy at New You can help buy them with your Harold W. Wllkerson. son of Mr.
Private Virgil Sutton. son of Mrs. i i. '
I purchases of War Bonds Invest at and Mrs. R. H. Sln letary of Ok-
Claudio Sutton of Okeechobee ationed Private Matthew Won,ey, son of port R. I.
eechobee, aboard
the U. S. Battle-
I least ten percent of your Income ev-
with the United States Army John Wongrey: of Okeechobee, in .
and | ship stationed somewherein
ery pay day, help your countygo
somewhere In the Pacific. Hd enlisted I JlIIf U.S.WAR BONDS: the United States Army Gunnery Corporal Robert Durwood Light- over 4ti War Bond Quota. the Pacific. Entered the United.

In the Army In March 1941, School at Panama City, Fla. icy son of Mr. and Mrs. R. T. States Navy in April 1937.P.GE .


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T 'X i>rri \) .1 i Kit" 'UlHliin ..f I..fD 11 unil U. i H>. nn. i.HIii'iNd-rlx" nl.mi.,
..w. of IRIHNollre ' In biribtfhpn flint JII"..'. Lot :. HiTj it. 'l, i. ';i. I iui: TI ; unit iiiiral'il with thp prnjmti'l: '
For Your ScrapbookA I'"rrrlllh..b"', of Tin I CprtltlpntiiNo 1.,11 .1 iiiiil ii. Illiii'k 'I. ilrrolv Huh ; .i'. \Mi.: ;i.f Int in Kliifk 5 ( mi week-end tripe whenever pouible. That'ss
: I IHJ\' mnl 11),), iHmiuil. HIP nth ilnvof clhhili.i' : I ii tlt..c. ". 'I MMI t :i n I ,iluiiui.'i I iimi roiiiimio miiiilKiInn I I ( the time when travel facilities are most
]\ui1'] .V I n 11)14 : Tin C Ci-rtlHinti'i I I I'gi. .11 : n Mil I 1.111 I II. *t.I.> 111. 'i'vp. I' iifnri'KBlil. thi>nci> mirth, '\". crowded-the only time when many war
man who gives his children :S... 311 lo 3J1: I"".. Iviupil! the 7th ilnvuf -I. 'i u II 14. "jv 0 .'ml' ',:1 1 tnlnuii'ii Kiml ::111'. \ :4i
habits of for Angiwt$ A. I II, Illlll.: Tax CprtlHiati-n 'l'h'1 ii.nill..lIl., if ei 'Iii |iroirtrnii.l | ** hi tin, Ifiihi'i'clc nii.iiinlMr lln1iU ,. ,: : workers and men on furlough can go.
Industry provides :No MX to ',71 Inc, IMIIPII\ the Bth day "'"i <".rllllnitPN Nmii'il ni're In tinK i ",,'1 innr or (mi tu tin i'ivtrl '
them better than by giving them a of AniriiKt .\ I.). nils.: Tin CfrtltlcntciiNo III", .. ut >' "|IP lIt thi' 'count v nmil IIf..,'" .LL---% I T /: NIX Agent
fortune. : Mil ':l2t In'1'.3\ :I. 'Umieil th, 7th II Ilinwiinil.. I I.. .\. Oiilbrlc Xiuili.K 1.1.I I I i'n. i, .,Ini f I 10(' tlMllllk, mi f ,
-Whately. ilnv: .f July, A M. inn : TAX Cprtllti'Htt ",. .. ..' jpi rluiu I'', If. 1),1.," 'It ","I I'X'H'iitlnir' 'oiinorH P lll.'li ,- o"I SUndiril Oil :Smire> Station
-----v------ No. UN. I..".,! the 7th day of Junp.A : Mil I ," "I'i, 1'. ..-.s K. I' .IM, ''- .i. il I '... "l"l.l of O'i 111' linnor I I
When .1Jt. 1'fJO.: ins: T i; ,'n. ". II s "nut i'II' n nn .'a nun. ''Imnti'il It !I. I Ih.. III Phone 106
a young man vainly i' ,. no, i> II 'II i f 'I'M-" I '. boasted "I am wise for I have I'-m. inn i1117. IMIS. mi !'.uo. s' .1 in 1 s 1 I..fi, n' Til': Whltt 'lu r. .'I1 V |ll'|> t'\." 'I.iu'iirliultu'ui I. O10u
conversed with wise 1' Ul: iiiiil 1JJ. lamp the r.tb ilnv, nf .\. i 'i i. i .hnl.". V' I I'"lid, \I',,. nmll ,. ui'llii'l with ii'n-
many men Si'iitnnlipr! A. D. 11IJ7 : Tn CertltlcntPii \' .' I-.h." V, 1: \'. ''llfllN, II. ll'lll'K ru',. un hug fri'i'iiim- tnki' ilk"ihnluK
Epictetus answered "And I with I :No. :34. 31: sit nnil 3-*. Iniueil the : rich but I not rich." j )' nf Sptpnilipr, A. l>. lO.'S. Tax .n: i "- "? .hi/.I',: 'w'. ::\I'O.t: :. '11t1ll1 Klvi'ii\ nr nllnw-Ml liv IIIM,
many men am 1''tll1:1.: : 2'JD 2.11: :ili.: 2i.tnnil : : '<,. '1''I"I '",nim 1 1':"'lii II sinlti. Ni.ih I 'u., ""I I .., H IVI'f, .'Itflllllmllniinl -
The richest blessings are obtainedby 237. iKini'rt the Dtb (ln\' of Auanut I I" .ufl., ".1" I; !I.l. I. .. I"II Ii, to, $ntlmi", ;, H'. 'i I'IUMIi. -
labor.-Mary Baker Eddy. A. F>. 1D.U.: Tnx ('ptIIleoll'0.. HI I I"I _. I I- M ''II,. 11 i I 'uI'' .1' >. ,ntli "ll'.I" :' I t Ti: I 'hut:
to 114 Inc.. 1J1 l.:I. Ul nnil 12I.: !ti-
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--VClll'RCIiES mipil the 2nd day uf June A. U. luau: .- .. -- -- --- -- ----
OF CHRIST 'l'u'rlln,'",.. Xii. 41. Ml. 3. 'iV: M. .
-,7. p.rs oil. m. itt mill 72. iKHiied the .. t. _.>. ,' :. 1k'i... -'" .. T
SCIENTIST, OCTOBER 4 :Ird rlnnf A I> 1U.11: Tax ,, ". Ji< ., r ,' """'" "''' _,
August : : 'I: :
I __ I II Ci-rtlflpiitpn No 4t tn 40 inc. R'III.\ !<. f .._ {;. .. +'..J"....' .., ffI__ .... ...... .. .. ....._ __ ...___..."'......... -.i::,J.......
I InaiU'il' thin 11th phil, of Jnnn A n. 1''!>12': .
"Unreality" la the subject of the THT OrtmratPi !No. r-721. 7J4. I' 7SJnnil : : .
lesson-sermon which will be read '111, iHHiii-il, the 7th ito y of Augustk .
I.) I) Till:\:\ : rex CortllliRtp No f*,
In Churches of Christ, Scientist, \Isiucil the l.t ,lay uf Ortolicr A.J I 1>
throughout) the world on Sunday 1UI4: : Tax Certlflinte Xo. 25 I'HUPI|
thin :'ith ilnv: of Anifiiat A. I) MM:\: : '

October The Golden 4. Text Is: "He that 1 -. _- ___ MIIi'IOI !

y flesh soweth reap to corruption his flesh ; shall but he of that the CLASSIFIED ADS YOU STOOD BY USwe'll

.- .+ |:'i4 -.. sov\ th to the Spirit shall of the I
t Spirit reap life everlasting" (Oala- I BATE-Two cents a word. Minimum -

I tlans 6:8): ). : ( charge 25 cent. '

I Among the citations which comprise
: ........ -I
: the lesson-sermon Is the 9. .I

lowing from the Bible: "For fOl-1 I CASH-for your Used Car any I

that Is In the world the lust of I, make. Write or call Okeechobee now stand by !

flesh and the lust of the eyes, and News office, Phone 80. you

the pride of life, Is not of the .---- -. ,1

Father but Is of the world. And I FOR RENT-FIve room house I -
I furnished. All modern conveniences i
the world p&sseth away and the I

lust thereof: but he that doeth the C. WINKLER. 132tWANTED

will of God abideth for ever" (eI I
School Boy, white or
John 2:16-17): .
colored to
help every Saturday on
lesson-sermon also Includes .
The j .
chicken farm. Good pay to right
the following passage from the i party. Mrs. M. A. Cousart next to
Christian Science textbook "Scl- I|
Oilers old dairy. 14-2t ,.
Health with to the .
ence Scriptures" by Mary Baker Key Eddy: I CALVES FOR SALE--Guernseys, With pardonable! Southern pride, we have regardless of cost. We TJdl'e alrN-'' hen

"Hold thought steadfastly to the Holstelns and Jerseys. Priced from I :i. always believed we brew just about the best more interested in quality than auaniiy. )

enduring the good and the true, f M 00 to $8.00 delivered In Okeechobee. -| .
:1' Ale and Beer in the world. '
ar.d you will bring these Into your Will be at home of Warren I I Naturally there Now when the pinch comes, it's up to us :S: '..

experience proportionately to their King In East Okeechobee Sunday has always been plenty I of lively I competitionteady !i
; and fill in the
to Despite shortages "1
occupancy of your thoughts" (p. morning. R. E. Weeks, Route 1,1 I to the point try gap.

261 ::4-7), Box 633. Hialeah Fla. Hi, argue of bottle caps, restrictions on deliveries to ; .

I, Down here in our territory the man who .
I conserve rubber and gasoline, shortage of l\
i knows his beer has always been able to choose
man power due to the enlistment of many of

POCKETBOOK :: from the products of the foremost breweries
THE our personnel in the Armed forces-and faced .
.. in the 1 land. Yet it's a fact that people I here ,

KNOWLEDGE TP,pJ J ,'' drink more Atlantic than any other ale I and with unprecedented demand for our products ..

1 : beer. we have increased our production to the

l&pp------ ,, : Y'h limit of the capacity of our four breweries ;1
: ave stood by us-not, we believe} be. ..
without sacrificing quality one iota.
'=;;= -Sf' I I2OSO' : x'f any I local I sentiment but bccau! *e .' '

I too POUNOI of'sttt ''''.... (J V c' ME 1$4y I Il//WI/ ,, delivered .a product secoad to none at a It's no longer just a question of selling beer ..:

( ,soo KVMCI or an RfH'ti 1p aO/1PNEWj\\
I IW/J (r OIII/IoIP too POVNCS o'coitAHNUALLV t/ p57yQ q4 / < reasonable price. or making money. Under existing condi.Now ',::

:FO*r/cn PIIKOH IH ruemine ) / tions there is little doubt but what lf
wetONI 2oMvrd6'A"A( 7)/AN I ,0 a change has come over the scene. we can

/ MON 700 TN I ..;< Many competitors have abandoned this sell all that we can brew We have redoubled ;,'

,I G market and are now restricting their activities our efforts in order to keep faith with both ',J

F4 )t;., to looking after their home communities. our trade and our customers. f

Sf'RA'I..ffRR/ES 90 Al'
W.qrE_ J,{"' ..._ .i: flways done We "stayed home" and brewed STOOD BY US-NOW WE'LL STAND f

,' the best Ale and Beer that could be brewed BY YOU! ,
i \
Jo 0IJ'ntYAP44Ic.I II
\ b' pRE4teNTI I.
I V./4 Cfc1ETACY 4

I1brweA4lE'fCAA'SFa4floN lA '. ; I

I ,, lIE WA ONLY ii
: ? 1YR5 I
A- A? INC ,
op 9nI I TLA
WAc A ,
cV MM5t 09 ,

I II "

I, tfteINDItfull WEER

4-i I

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LARGE AUTOMOBILE CCWPr4V, ty CWT1NUIN6 ITS t. 4_ ".'-i- "'_"

PRESENT MOVflS ANOTVieR.) YEAR I'5 MAKINIS AN P 'S'C 0 't-' I' Ct. ._..... h Atluta, Chukttfe Norfolk, Orlwi? *. r
S tS111'M1i'D 1cM/LI/ON MAH-HOUK AVA/tA8te .... ": 'N. ,' ,' _, :.
,.. PEfl'IoSL' WOR.I< "k"$: ': ;;'; : .. .,
--:-- -I : h:,, ,.- t.t <" .; '.' (' 'iI. .,of





FOUR TFTJ; nirTCIl "I1EF :F'"S miD\Y. QCTOBER 2. 1912

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_________ ___________ ___________ _________ I the '
_______ .____ Legal Advertisements following Justice Mitt rift : NOTK K
:Vino kiwltii'e.. County, PlorlilnA SLAP THATJAP/ cm. Lost and found columns of

j fur roiiHliil.lo III ami fur tli* fullotUnit n inn t W. 1!>I2. I'' Toklo newspapers are
.liistli'B IMHtrli'ti : None. Soiled U hori'liy uUi'ti, hot pnrmintit these .owd

TOO LATE TOCLASSIFY In Hi'i-iliiii w uf ('liii lie' ? 1 li."ii| ..w. ; e day. Every ask
I In Testimony" \Vliernof' I linv nf .'l"rluuI) Acts 111 17, knunn the I bios a War Bond,
Notice! of Election! I hen until ...t my hiinil nml! nfflxeil Mnrpli.Act.. I tin Iolllwlli ill-scribed) the Japs lose face. Buy

tin* 11"'ntI'nl! nf tin' ,hiiul, II Ik''h"I., I 1'01111.\, ', Florlilu, I your
(L-.X.,) Stnti- of I'lurlilii Ht 'InlliiliiiHM-e, .' ,, nt |.ill.He out 10% every pay day.

'I I 1" I h,' !>>lii. >rllT nf < kr.,,,,hiOiw ('''iinty. the I'miltiil, thin. the tint ilin I 'li I.'I "r'r",1 I 01 unit licst .
"> lnle "r .'!1,1'11111'II" \ of ",-..h'lIIhor. A, I I. I'HJ .111" )u'ul II II lln ,rlirlit nf tln 'I.1.hhl" I

RUSSELL KAY It. A. (ilia.nWretnrji '. ot Ibo ) | r'uuil to
By Iller"RI
II I I Ivniiuii. lluu I. It liliAYisirriiiin 1IIr"v"luIII
A. '
of X
IiIli'. I | 11 I ) l tlu r. 'nrl
..,, _'IJ19'.I _'' -,- ..... nf 1(1''". of th. $tit". of J'.. Hun I., I.. CIIMlAli, J"'I..'... anj nt .1"t A"I. M 111 I hi' l lou i ,d in !
l"'lurliii, | il l I" h"l'l'hI"| '" milli.' Unit u MicrllT llki'iM'liiiliit> C'"l1ly. lI"I..r. 1HU l.iiM'ini'iil; ni' ,iin' ,i., ..I I BICYCLESWe

t.KNUii.vi.: : 1UI"l'WSwill ; ---.. ..- -- .- '.! .r wiiv JIKI lii-t u lIe "Ill lie

Washington bureaucrats, drunk il'iihllslii'ri I "i'i'si'i\i' from nut ptirccl I iliiuitftiuhlili I
to' I lii. holil III ok." 11'hub.".. I'mini', ]I :'IU riF lift I'l III.lIION i lliciiI" I I. un cxlmliiir' Stuff II..ml
with power seem determined htnli' "r .'.",.ltili. un 'I'ui'RiltiHi'Xt' rsnii: siAi'iiI'I'A : ; I ut. 7 S, I II nml 10, lil.Kk l "I i Ii have

crush all opposltnon to their es- ,: lli'I'4'i'I. III I lie llmi, :Mi.ii.lm hi :Nuvcnihi i : Hnm-'I': i>r 'mi l ,; IVIKKIOKi.KMMIAI %'u'lirIt Unas, Ail.llrl) \,",. 1 i SH, i a large stock of

tabllshment of totalitarian con- r .A. I >, I'M.. the" mill' 'I'iiesIiirIt.Iii : : I 1.\111: \ I on,'H'E nt \\'!nnbIllKliill iiMsimi ..r K\VI., i.r *I.;>'4 or M.I: both the New Victory
a I IT I liiIIIIKII II. ( N..t.1 I n, TII. :7" ,,,( :::, i I: I _
trol of the nation, Ruthlessly ,, I of I ,' I luinuKIIIIMI '
11\\ I 111" MIM-.MIIHl: JulJ A UMil, | \ Bicycles and regular mod.
aside constitutionalright MJTM'K: l 1. h"11 I.V, 11''\''|| tlllit Kmiil of- 'lliifclrttu. of I"lorliln.
brushing every I'ui iiinwiitullu': | t I In CuuiiriMiii, Miitiinf I Viriion' S Annild, ut oki'i-choln-e' UOY It. UAfl.KliSKN; I els. Go to local rationing .
of the sovereign states, bureau rioi'lihi nt liirui, In tintifVHiitr- I- ,,rldis.I 'h". "ii JIIIH., 17 StIlt. iimilitHii'tlnii ; Agent '1'runlets I. 1. Fund. your

chiefs make their own rules ; ('15111 Ii riiiiKrpM lit Hit I'nltud Mains. ii.'sil Kt-vUi'il{ Kutiups I Home-I I ,',','', ,,. I',,uiut', I I" 11'1.1. G ; board secure a

1'or Itt'jI''ikII tall v"' nf tliu loili'lll" I "li-ml Cum.: Nil, II, L, o 07 11r,. for .- --_. -. I ClG .t1rE I ,

and regulations and attempt to C'nuim'iiHliiiiul' IHnlrlrl of tinHutu I I.ul 1?, i'...tI,." 1.1 "' nslil|p 87"., IIII'I : I : :: j and we will be

enforce their unholy edicts with I of 10'101'\1"1.\ In the, Winoiitjcliililll Uniiti. 33 U, Tut. Marlillnii\ ,, 1'lurldnlint ".. -.. '''""1)', l"i'u'Iiu" .. certifcate.
(',.lucr'NM nt the I 'iii ti'I Ktnti'tt, I llli'il I ",,11,.,' ul i \Intentluii, t" tiinhehlllll $.Xci.ii'iiiiiir '. ijjjji I r .r needs.HUMPHRIES ,
utter disregard of state laws and For Ihr,'"- .1 liNt Ii'i's or tinMi iirriiia (un',. JHIIP I Proof, to I'Stllbllall i I 'l! I' .: Tint C 5.'. e2\. ., .a\Pf..r.\ < flour

state authority. I','11I'1 (if I II"> Stntv of Florlilu, ,. 'Illllll' I III the Illllll IIh".h',. 'rlh.-<1. lininiiniit' to l.rUnll I.U.'F I l I' I
I I'* r r.' itnllrnail I'niiiiiilsMliiiit'is oltlif ,licfiini Hi-mil' A'iliTinnn.' .V.tur.v' I'nh- liivvn I ul AUK 1'ir.: IIII u -

But for the courageous action of Stunuf Klollilu.Km 'I',. Sttito of Klnrlilii in t Lurici', ut tin ,. Ml'Itl'IIY ACT, 111. kllWI diicrllii'il I.lb. a, 1'1.,1 11'1' 'u"' I'll r' "'1'''"Ih "h 11,
"fighting" Attorney General the I -in!,' s, mil. 'H, 'I'hiii}'.tlilnlS (', urt II.ius. \in HIH i'\|| "r Oki'i'i.luiliei', Iniiil,I in ill"'," fllnwllli. 'IIIC1"J.rldll \ 111" '"' I. 'iii "'.1<11111, 1111'', I".,! TIRE & RETREADING
8 Board : mil.ii' ;nl 1,1st,,rut ..I t tin 'iIiit,' lIt .I..I".u'huIa. mi ||lip Hili ilnof 1I."lrllll.'r. wi I h. "rt".1 III lit )uuiI. I"I I ,lu .'I 11,. 3. BOI'

National Labor Relations : !II. 1-ni "uii'u', 1,1' II ,'.' 1.1.,". .' I ," 'u, "f :- \ Ik. ?tl'ui; "r
I. 1"111.1",
'would have run roughshod over I I. .1 li Mi in u I ...llh, :'I.I",,, "rl."I Hi" "I'lllllllll'll, ,, II,Illl". 1 ",- 'Mil' .'.'I.H |It|. !II| 0.1 1"" ,'I, I" .I .'Illh "I i 111,1 'l'ruci'rc'lh \i; 1 1\ 'i'n'iu 117. it1p'. :7.. COMPANY

authoiltyIn i pit-i 'titi.ihi',' ill, tin. Mil.' uf Klnrlilii. !I1,IIHiirl 'I I \\' I ..ll.'lv,,. .J"h' Hnl.iTtI "r ''h,. 1"11,1111"1"1, I. tl' I".uuui,, I,, I 1:1 I II I I' 'IE I lN'l IIINAII :
Constitutional law and 1 "'Hill' V ( .illllll,,Mlmicrs\ I 1"11111'1'',ii li.'V, I: liunl.: 1
"i. nil of '
.i i" I I' I." I ., I. South
.r' Dixie
111 I : i : ( Highway Phone 139
Ii II \
this state a few weeks ago. '> \"i'in ii" ni i I""'i IIIIMIIlimril i .' I > 11 hnlii't' I"tiida..huifll I II I '. II ,n Ih, tl', "I, 111'll\TIIES'1 I I FI-n TiE
I I", I I.MI" .1 II t 11.HiI ; li\\'ID \\011' MlAmilstiiiit '' ,, 0.1' 1011.
| | ,
with Its I ,' u 1 I' I: ""''"" ,tol' 1'1; I"' I:" I I I- ,iul",mon. .tg, ," !II
the AAA '
Now comes I I"i', .limili,, I1, '. 'rlll@
i ni I Hi. III mill li.t" ( ''"11,1..1,11I'1' in i Id 1.1inNOTICE, ;, 'I Ft. Piece
"" I "I I. .
I 1 I I I I 1'1,1, I II IL i huliin 1 oniil\\ l"loriuia.
bureaucratic bull whip leveled at
---- -
Commissioner of I -- - .-
the head of our ---- -

Agriculture, Nathan Mayo practically ; .
the I
daring him to perform 1 ,

duties the people of this state

elected him to perform and which ....Is "'". Ls.t4...... .. sit .. .. IaTu.eSi Of .ntos. ..... n. m ss peel Of Diet.. 'the *fs4 N the

he cannot Ignore without violating *jnder UM Constitution at 1115, of u.. old Board may use tbe einkum funds mrpoene by tae ot than June U. o said' Election Precincts oumDeredTMto
UM at nortda. dad PMS > Joint created tat said bonds of aoy eesuty be a Florda.te be 1. 82 inclusive. and 2 to 3J mclue'
hU oath of office. I 1 sseaniiitioa* _... laMSMttaeau to or special read and krutae *Bs rMt arener k Uaeae and FreeS Water and except such pare of Election .

Cnder the laws of the State of .. Cotseaitsittoa al taw MM of Plot- Salt astsunilsi. to iminliaes the Plan OmM1 I ConuBluloa A .XXlTf UU Pwoattngaa 1. cinct lumbered e and n .
I sa.. and the MBM ww a.rs. ] soS M mattmd ar *a.ttrrtna bond aartteipetlBg shall one the I\O of ee t I Of .
l m.m. of Constitution of
Florida, as In most other states o* ......rtnaI of all ah. aMeaw Bertta of any other eonat* or from o. dl. at Florida, to Oeneot Sta as,.

all fertilizers shipped Into this ... exceed tc eaek acme' taut tfceVlMM other special road aDd bridge district 1. 1M1 .b oa .I.tl., Section A nanlbsi ot the said "
flV MM jNltslt ,RMWrlyWOBa* VftTV or other epedal Mite district ..._ be appointed by t of said Article AI DesIgnate District shall comprise
itate must be Inspected and a tag 1 .Bt.rpfl UftOU CIl.tT lBBf>iCtlvW '"""rae of. provide that a* te said saeiiiied ta confirmation tae Sn.t County a I* a Senatorial on- which wa on the let 41'af r7

attached which carries a printed .Itft ttl. T_ and O'TP th"W O Mid bond the value thereof an an investment member so appointed Bml designate Calhoun County 1M1, embraced In Oml..lnne' .
thor ftM tfMt-rafn* and tftirrt that than be the price paM therefor elect one of their member .Chairman t a County a Dastnct trict No 2 a* 1.
analysis, and the Commissioner I is. She meld JotHt WWJOl JtlOtll' b iTlft"mttte which shall not exceed the per value at the Commission 0 .k of the Minute delb Commissioners

authorized to collect a fee of 25, <1 tn the etectnrs of the sitate' at pIus accrued Interest and that said a Tb "" n.mbe at th* Cl.milIon BB IT RESOLVCD BT TtTB LBOI9LATUFE of said, County at pal 14
the OenenU Benton IB November Investment such bear tntereet at the .". be appointed OP ThE BTATB OP FLORIDA et seq except the territory embracedla
a ton for such Inspection No lertlllzer | in rate nf three (I) ner cent per annum ar 1, 1943 ..ind shall serve respectively lbs amendment to the aforesaid Election Precinct

may be distributed or solci fOW fBPHfPOHE I A '5RAT I 'el The said Board shall annually one two three four and Tat I folo..IDI I of the Constitution numbered 24 and 29 and such pI o
I derretsry of StaM of :. >tare of use saw fund IIIell county aeoottnt ,eer At the expiration of each of the State of Florida relative Election Prclnct number 10
within the state that has not been florid CD.nd
Inspected or on which the inspection and Interest maturing, U any of said pint t ln' lo a term o five de.l.natn. Cunt a* the BayThe
| eCNEKAl EirCTIONarm bond. and gaaolln or other fuel tea '139) District County Commissioners who

fee has not been paid he Held IB each county tn PInrMe antlclnatlon certificates of such county I The memb. of the Commission and Calhoun Count and Cult County shall be elected In Dade Coun'v st the

The fertilizer Inspection law isa on Tuesday nent sueceedln the first or special road and bridge district shall no compensation for their aa the ) Districtbe general election In 1942 .hol hold of.
Mondiy in !November A. D. 1M1. III'aiel nr' other special taking service an such but each Commissioner and the same I* hereby agreed to flee the terra of var for
good law, designed to protect our 1 I Tuesday belni t.. district thereof: second to eetabisb shall receive his traveling and shall be submitted to the electorsof which they shall nave ben .
and Insure a etnklng faat account to meet nr other expense n.ee'a while the Bt.1 of Florida for ratification and their terms of office shall not
farmers and growers 1 THIRD OAT OP NOVEMBFJII future requirement of said bond and engaged In the discharge of his Official or .. at the General abe be affected bv tIlls amendment: Out
their getting full measure and good gasoline or other fuel tax antlclnatlon duties but such hall not exceed held on the first Tue.dnv eton the thereafter there shall be In each of
I Inr the ratification at relectton of Cfte certificate where It appears the anticipated the sum of u any one first Monday In November 194\ ] I the DItrlct ,.t"l.hl bv and ta
quality In their fertilizer purchases *.ld Joint Resolution oroposlas I Income for any year or years year 1.0 follow: ', a
laws of the State amendment to the Constitution aftbe win sot etual .scheduled. payments County Commissioner who resideIn '
Ignoring the State of Florida sis 4. Among the powers granted to theComrnioauoo Section 3 The Legislature' that shall .hol .
hereonand balance
: third any his District hut who nominated
refused to by this Section be In regular session A D 925 and oh.1
pf Florida the AAA has a rom RESOLUTION Pro *ID. mt of the proceeds of said two the .hol meet and pp"ted| from Pnuntv at
power to fix bag fix those that shall meet every ten years
leccgnlze the right of the state to an Amendment to Article IX of th.I (:to) rents of said taie shall monthly open and closed Imll, a statewide thereafter shall apportion the repre.mentation Laree Pverv County CommI8.lnnf o
I Constitution of th* State of Florida during the year be remitted, by said .eMM Dude County who .
make such Inspection or collect Inspection I Relating to Taiatlon and Finance, by board .. follow' Eighty dOi -<..r find ,to regional b* appropriate or local basis and to a*regulatethe It may provide for In forty the 1401 Senate Senatorial and shall Districts the general election.hll14 .nr there
Section cent to the State Road Department for hd! office for of
fees on fertilizer It ships Addlna; Thereto an Additional manner and method of taking such to be u nearly .fo .h.l "m
I of he ennstructlon, reconstruction of DI'trlet The ""
Board Admlnl-
State or
Creating C .
transporting storing and birdsgarrre. '
using equal in as
Into this state for sale to Florida I tratloa: Prescribing It* Power and State Rosds and bridge* within thecounty fur bearing animals fresh water no shall be pret..bl.but In comnensntlon nf '" Counv Com

farmers and has even gone so far Duties and Providing for the u.s ol or for tile lease or purchase fl,h. reptiles and amphibian. The mnklng Count apportionment and missionersull be as from time to
Gallon of of brtdffen connecting State' hlhwsv time bv I law
Proceed of Two CenU
per nrl'
Commission also have the each District shall have one Senator '
al to Instruct local fertilizer deal- the O&soltne or Other Motor Pud Tmi within the County and twenty f>0per ....\ acquire Ih.1 gift all p..erto provided that Broward County Florida Anprived by the Governor Mo v 2
for (1) the Psfment and Retirement rent tt) the Board of County Commissioner In41
likewise. erty necessary useful or convenient shall constitute the Thirtyninthi3
ef\ do ,
to 01 Ul Outstanding Bond Issued By of such county for use on for the use nf the Commission In the ; ) Senatorial District and Calhoun ,- Filed 'in office Sect ol State May
Acting as a const Itutlonalh elected Any Onunty or Special Road and 'osds and bridges therein exercise of It* power hereunder County. Florida' and Gulf! Conn 28 1941A

official, sworn to enforce the Bridge District Prior to First Day of (4) Said! Board! shall have. the 5 The Commission shall appoint ty Florida shsll constitute' the Fortieth
July, A. D 1931. for Road and Bridge oower to make and enforce all rules fix the salary of, and at pleasure re I MO Senatorial. District: and at JOINT Pronos'ng
laws of this state Commissioner ) Purposes. end far (1): Public Highway and regulations necessary to the full a suitable er'nn as Director the same time the Legislature shn i nn "" RESOI.tO"I of Article

recently seized a shipment o! furpoee. exercise of the powers hereby granted .mo. Director shall have such also annorttnn the representation 'Ir X of the Constitution of Florida Re.
Mayo BE IT RESOLVED BT TOT LBQI8LATURE and no legislation shall be required to 101 duties as may be prescribed the Howe of Representatives and In'lng to Homestead and Exemption
AAA fertilizer and notified officials I !: oe THB STATE 01' '' ORIDA.Tnat render this amendment of full force by the Commission In pursuance of shall allow three (3) Representativesto so as to P.rml the Wiges "n'," or

and fertilizer dealers that Inspection ibe following embedment to end ODerntlng effect from and afterTanuary Its duties under this Section Such each of the five most ponulouf, Tnco. any source Whot.o.v"
I Article IX 01 tbe Constitution of tbeI lilt i41 The Leelulatuirecheil Director "hull, subject the approvalof counties and two (II Renresen jitlves n1e to coy Person the Head a
fees would have to be I etate of Florida relating to Tasatlon continue the levies of said taxes the Commission appoint t fix the to each of the next eighteen' more My as Provided Therein t be theSubjecr

such. shipments and If not and Finance by adding thereto an ad- duHne the life of this Amendment ..Iol. of. and at remove nonulous counties. and one Representative of Garnishment the .
paid on I 1 slitlonaJ section to be known a* Section end shall not enact any law having assistants, and other IIle.ur employee who o each of he rm.lnlnl counties tent of not more then 21% thereof lathe
so made the licenses of those dealers U of laid Article IX: cresting a the effect of withdrawing the proceeds shall have such powers and duties as of the State at such Court of this State .. Mnv beProvided
would be re- DIals Board at Administration, ore- of aald, two (Sc.) cents of sail faxes may be analrned tn them bv the Commission innortlonment Should the Legislature by Law for the Payment of
failing to comply I aerlblng It* powers and dutle and from the operation of this' amendment or the Director No Commissioner rail to apportion the .. '....n'.''"" Ir env Obligations Ar'ng! bv Express or
\0iced. Brovtdlng far tb us* of tbe proceed The Board. shall clay refunding' shall be ellelhle for any such the Senate and In the House of Renresentatlvea Implied Contract """..."uent to the
af two cent per' gallon at the gasoline exnen es and other exnense for servce ipnolntment or employmentS > at .n, regular session of Adoption of this Amendment: and
With typical bureaucratic arro- ar other motor fuel ui for I Ill the rendered sneclflcally for or which The funds resulting frivn the the legislature' at any of the times Further Providing Exemptions th.r.t

gance, the AAA took the stand thata payment and retirement of at) osit- era properly' chargeable. tfI. the ....nlln'.f onerstlon of the Commission and from herein' designated' It shall he the duty In Cases nf Income of less
to standing bond Issued b, any county any county from funds distributed' the administration of the laws and it the Legislature or L."I.ln'"r.... Twpnlv-" '. Onnr| per W.' Pxceptis
puppet state has no right ar special road and bridge dutrtct to suet rcmnty: but .enersl ernenaetnf reflations oertnlnlng to birds game Deeding such regular' session ofhe to Necessities, of Life as May be

Interfere with or question the ac' prior to the First Day of July A. O the Rnsrd for service rendered all fur bearing antmsls fresh water fish eelslatnre, either" In Upend, or Regu Defined iv the LegislatureBF
1031 for road and bridge purposes, the eountlea alike shall be prora reptiles and amnhlblans' tn"et-| "r with '". session to annortlon the repre. RFOOIVTO" BT TRW IFOT'.
Ions of a federal bureau, constitu- and for ((1) public highway purpose trnong them and na'e' ) out of snldfunds inv nlho funds snecificillv, provided "ntatlon Ir the Pennte and In the I \ I OF THE FLORIDA:

tion no constitution They con I* hereby agreed to and shall be submitted on the came ha.1s acid' tax pro for 1' nurnnee shall constitute the Trolls nf PenresentnMves as herein That the following CTAT 01 to Sec.
or to the elector of the State of *.."?. ere distributed among the .eyrM "t.," flume Fund and ,".1: he usedhy r"wI..d 'TI'. n.'n"' .remlc e5 I Article T of the Constitution
tend that this particular fertilizer Florida for ratification or rejection at counties- provided rennet of the Commission It .h.1 deem -" or recnitar State C.r. us which ton Florida authorising the garnishment -

the of the government the next General Election to be held 'sM emerges shall he made tn each Nt In can-vlng' out the "rn'.I"n' n-rr shr.ll have been nken. nearestinv of any w.".s. salary or Income
Is property r ,.,.t1lr. nf p"- .sAntsf1v.sin
ka 1942. a* follow: "e-utsr e ton of the hereof end for no other purposes TheComm's'on snr-rtionment dite any person who ,Is the head of a
for re-sale to AAA farmers ind the f eMslnture may limit the ex- the Senate and In the f*"u'e e'.u're."flytivea .
purchased "Section It (la). That beginning may not lt..lr family ss npn" Mirprtroin' *o the .
n. kng
> shall enn'in m
of the 1 "sr'1 .
end therefore not subject to January lit. 1943. and for fifty ISO I "enses hevond the current r.o"rnf "nt of 0" h-reot be and the same
thereafter the proceed of two Approved by the Oovernor May 13 .t" flnme Fund unless specifically' such ennortlonmer" Tn the evn. ', V-cre'iv "rr-"rt fn snd his sub.
state laws or state authority. fear(Jci*cent gallon of the total us 1941. in authorised hv the legislature he l tslnfure shall fill 'n ri>-"noMnn "Itted to th'n---. -if .h.l "'n'. m
per In the levi."Pupa "1s
p'nre.ept.eIo' "
In an effort! to becloud the Issue levied by the State law upon gasoline Piled in office Secty of State Mo' 1. The legislature enact any the -eouilr.d "V t5'l. ,uuueridmenv'ha the General FWt'on' of Renre.enta.tlves .
'nws aid of but As .
of tn 'nro.I..nt In 1 >42 for their annroval or relection
and other like products petroleum. 13 1941\
In the public mind AA\ officials Bow known a> the Second Oa Tax with th. provisions' of .m.nr. o"'ernn' "hull within of' thirty remilnresslopl dswfter : that i is to .av that Section t
ment and ell exiting 1 Inwe of X he .mended by addingth
attempt to set up a smokescreen by and upon other fuel used to propelmotor JOINT RESOU" ''4 Proposing ent herewith no lon.er remain I dull the V tssture together ..At'rl.. Section':
vehicles, shall collected be .lnl
that the action of the a ',ndnrnt to the 'u'' tutlon of 'n force end AM Hwt flttnu" '. .r'n." seaainn tn eonider r"lo'n"
claiming in the 'State Roads Section t-A That the ssjtary.wnees .
placed monthly State of Florida to be known as Densities fnr the violation of th. nrn- '". "". .." "'' and
Commissioner Is hindering the war Distribution Fund' In the State Treasury 0 'nlon 3 of Article XVII. Relating to visions of this ..m"n".n.n" "11 laws -.h ..,...'",,, ..., "f h. f.m. and income from any !"ue
and divided into three U) equal whatsoever "". ind
"IVnre I. hereby msnrtinrllv refill1n owlnl n "
shall" he enacted
Amendment taxes
fertilizer ship 'Imposing license
effort In delaying part which shall be distributed the nreseiti.+ion as come due and any n.r.
ments needed for crop productionIn monthly among the several counties BB' IT RESOLVED BT THE LEGISLATURE by the Legislature' from timeto ..nn'r.nn""n..'" hv this emenc5me.'e before who Is the head of a fsmllv r."'"Inl

a* follow: OF THE STATE OF FLORIDAThet timeAnnrnved 'C y,4"'rnmCt f.n4 .".h ."ii'sn'uiImr 'in ,h'. State shall be the 'u"'. If
the emergency. Bladerdash and the following Amendment. to by the Ooirn' May S "nrnlshment In the courts of this
called for
One part according to area oa* port s "n so 'espnr'rtiOn.'ent
be known a. Section 3 of Article :XVIIof 1 "' I law
he provided by to'h.
baloney! The AAA program wa* according to population and one part be and 1P'ed .h.1 not r e limited to evolve she .1 as m.
Constitution ot Miv .
the present In office Sect St.r. '. not more than H"? nt
contribution of twenty d1"" or st a'1 n".
according to th* counties en
In operation long before this coun- to the COlt of Stats road eontructlon the same t* hereby the elector agreed of to the hall Stateat be S 1941 -*,rin .fnnmeTit Is effeefed aol she"' such salary waces and Income f/>-

try became Involved In the war In the ratio of distribution submitted to. election ot 'nn.I" no rmstness other than such the payment of unv obligations arising.
the hy sub.senuent
a. provided In Chapter 15859. Laws ol l.n..ral Repre.ent.ttVe A RESOLOTTON Proposing .nnpti.n.'t I express or Implied contract
bungling and to In tbe year JT' the adoption nf ..hl.m.n"m.nt
bureacratlc 182 to
But for Florida. Acta of 1931. and for tbe purpose >n Art'-le' Five. of the nproved by the Governor June II'll. *
: I nrovtded however that
governmental Interference. Florida of the apportionment based on t-WIt of Florida by Addm, .
or *pelal O.ttUtOt the tedslftture shall not extend the
Section 3 0 at any regular Reint.ng .
th counties' contribution for tbe
today would be producing ten times 'met* of State road construction the ot extra session the Legislatureby to fh an' .Jdltnn.1 Ir.tlon 'udop. Filed tn office of Secretary of State r<'hr of garnishment as herein' tunav'detl .
rote of ol all member rlr.II' 'me 9 1941A here the salary 1 t. 5'5 or I Ices
she does amount of the contribution established three'ourth 0
the amount of foodstuffs elected shall determine BE IT RESOLVED BY THE I FOISuATURt week excent to nf life
by the certificates made In 1931 HO n..I'.
Take for an exam tbat an emergency requiringan ss may from time definedhv
sugar Prnnostngan
produce. purm.nt to said Chapter 15639, shall ot the That Article 5 nt the Conotltutlon ol JOTNT RESOLUTION the L.cislntutceAnproved ,
like Kaiser builds ships, be taken and deemed conclusive in early decision by the electors the State ot Florida be bv Amendment to Ar-" 'e "PI nf the
pie : Henry Stats exist, an amendment to this ampn".r by the Governor 11.
of FloridaReleting .Ino
computing the monthl amount dltnbutabl adding thereto an .' Constitution of the
the State of Florida. can feed the according to said contribution Constitution dealing with the subject 49 Soton to County and Municipal 1041p".4
to be known as
matter of Such emergency may be proposed tn oflce Secty of !tae June
*, Such funds so distributed shall Election of Clrirult Government
nation If governmental bureaucracy and U the proposed Amendment Article relating to the II 1941.
be administered by the State Board ol Judge be and the tame Is hereby BS IT ENACTED BT fF015TATtTPW -
boot B agreed to by a three-fourth* T
would Just take Its hobnailed Administration a. hereinafter pro of* the elected to each agreed to and shall be submitted tn OF THE!: STATE!: FORTH -

oft her neck. 9Id ed. I. t th* same m.mbe shall be entered upon the electors of the State of Florida That the following Ir. A JOT B'SOLUTIOI Pronoslng
fbi rhe Governor a. Chairman' th their respective Journals with the yea for ratification or -ejection, at the Mcle VTT of the Constitution of '?,. A" of lertton 16 of Ar-
Under the AAA plan large quantities 'tate Treasurer and the But Comptroller and nays thereon Tb"r"upon..t the General Election to be held on the State Florida relating to County 'i-le 'n'n the Constitution of P.r

of fertilizer are purchasedfrom shall constitute a body corporate same session tbe Legislature Ihal proVide first Tuesday after 'l frt Monday snd Municipal' Government to be Id* Relating to Taxation of P"r
tn n* known a* tb* State for a special election held n November 1942 I rolo. numbered Seclton 11 of said Article of Corporations with Certain "x.ml
favored manufacturers who Board ot Administration which Board not less than ninety more than "Section 46 Judge snail VIII b* and the same la hereby agreedto rlons for RelIgIous' Jdentiflc'

of their plan, and this Is than succeed to all the power control one eighty day Do after ad. be @ ClrMt the qualified and shall he submitted to the electors pal Fducatloml Literary Fraternalor
approve and authority ol the statutory Board "" bund for publication of ner..te, ot their respective Judicial 01 the State for ratification, orrejection Chsrltahle' Purpose

shipped In big lots to farming M Administration Said Board shall "rment. at which special election mcult eetr other Stat and County at the next general electionto BF IT PF' V BT T** t ,,".
communities where It Is distributedto have in addition to such power a* there Amendment hall be ire I be held In November 1942 to-wlt t *TT'RE 0? H rctTDA':
elect 0"
nay be conferred upon It by law, she submitted to the elector of the State r.lnl'The first election ot Judges Section 11 The County Commt. Section 1 "TAT following
Individual farmers. The Idea Is management, fldaO supervision for approval or rejection: provided shall be beld at the Crclli Electionin sioners of Dade County who .h.1 amendment to Section H of Article
control national distribution. erf the proceeds <2c) cent that If a general election of Representatives 1948 to take office on the elected at the general election 1942 TV7 of the Constitution. of the State'
to X said tales and all money and otberasset I* tn occur within said period ruesdav after the first Monday fir I shall Immediately after the beginningof of Florida relating to taxation of the
enterprise and "SAVE"the which on the effective date of submitted their, of office, redistrict
stifle free such Amendment shall be Tanuary, 1949. for t term of six terms property of corporations witn certain
farmers.It thi amendment are applicable or may to the elector at such general election The all such office a* .a they Dade County Into County Commissioners' exemptions fnr religions scientific mu
become applicable to the bond of the mall severally term exist at the time of District to be numbered nlclnsl educational literary fraternalor
Is a mighty dangerous practice several counties 01 this State, or any If t majority et the voting adoption of this Amendment be by the said Commissioners from one chnrltshle ournoses he and thesame
after similar opera special road and bridge district or upon the proposed .I.ct shall snd they are hereby extended.h.1 terminate to five respectively and delineate the is hereby aeed to and shallhe
patterned other ipeclal taxing district' thereof boundaries nf such District In such the of the
the shall Tuesday the to
adopt the Amendment tame on the first .I.'nr
.Ite .lml..d
tions In totalitarian countries. What Issued prior to July 1st. 1931. for road become I part of this ConstitutionThis first Monday la January \ manner as to Include within the re. Stnte ".''. for .tl'.at'nn' ar

American farmerto and" bridge" purpose Tbe wordflond. Amendment shall not be beld to Approved by te June ...t. D'strlcts territory aa follows reinli'.C' th. nevt .n..t .1. "
the DO"ro 1
will It uied herein shall Include
profit Districts
a* .iinersede tf lr ervwlse sffec .nv 1941 the eald Commissioners' M be hell In KM'- that Is tn that
save a few dollars on his fertilizer ""'n". rime warrants notes and other road existing provision ol the Constitution Piled in office ol Secretary of lute shall comprise the territorywhich the ssld Section 1C of tele V<
form indebtedness issued fat
Amendment. but shall b* was on the lit day of Anvil the Constitution of the State of
relating to
1841 Po-
If In return he loses completely and bridge purpose. by any county or regarded a* an additional lun 13 1941. embraced within Election Pre. i,,i h. amended to .41 .
apeclal road and bridge district or I m"tho numbered 24 2. Inclu" 'oltowsSection-
his Independence? other special out- Amendment thereto A JOINT Kr i' UT1ON Proposingan c'nct such parts t Flection Pr
ul- 19:1 by the Governor May 5l pronerry eif allcorporations
of If. Tie
fact that Florida pro. tending on 1st. or any refunding Apprf AmeDdm.rtlcll Sixteen numbered 10 M o and ftl as
Despite the adding "Inct evcent the ornnerty a
Florida ot
Issues thereof Said Board the Ooostltutiub the western shore of Biscavns n
Piled la office Sees of May a Permitting "lt o 'icornoratlon wM"h shall cn- '."" a
duces vast quantities of superphos hall have the Statutory power of Stat thereto an Id'tODR Section B. all as established by a resolution J .
1941 the Powersof shin or hen canal acros the nenln."la
Board of County Commissioners and the vest Commissionersof
of the County
which are available at Lgl.latur Belatlni of Florida If the Legislature,
phates Bond Trustee and of any other R411.CIOD! said County adopted November 14
numerous points within the state Authority of special road and bridge A JOn RE9OLTJTT.ON Proposingan to tbe SaltWater to1" designated a* Resolution No should o enact whether .tn.
district and other special taxing district to Article Iof the Fish aDI Salt Wate Product IQTf"Another nr heres'ter Inrnro.t. dIsh 1,
the AAA Insists on shipping super- thereof with regard to said Constitution of the State 01 Florida m- *- -Bsti->. -----. -- of the .U shall !. ,. such tr
into this state from bond (except that tbe power to lend F'I Istlve to the Executive Department BB Ft RESOLVED BT THI LEGISLATURE comprise the territory Dtrtc the 'iri* and used to tile .
phosphates valorem taxes II expressly withheldfrom by Adding thereto an Additional Section OP THE STATE OF FLORIDA territory, which wa on the lilt day ''lesst ons-fourtti thereof for religinch.ecientifle
such points as Macon Charleston old board and shall take overall to Create a lame and Fresh That Article Sixteen of the Con tl- of April 'Ml. embraced In Commissioners' I m."I.I"t educational rtt.erary .
and Savannah literally carrying paper document and record Witer Fish CommissionBS tutlon ot lbs Stat of bamended District No 4 and Commissioners ? ,". or etisrt SBt. rmr
Ford "
tbe Bald! Board IT RESOLVED BT TtTB LBOTS- Provided however this amenil.mene -
concerning same adding thereto )- No S a* described InBOI .
coals to Newcastle and forcing an hall have the power from time to r.AT1 OP T SAn OP FLORIDA Section by to be known a* Section D.trl'. of the Coun shall rt"r affect tile "rt.l.
burden on time to iseue refunding bond to mature to tlO said Article 10 authorising tb* 1' Mnut. County In..lections ,. end 14 nf a.f.I. r
added and unnecessary within the said fifty 50i year Article "of t Ottutlo of the vest the oower of mak t' Cnmml..lon..r. .Id a nl the Constltnt'on nf Florida]
to pate < aeq
an already overtaxed transportation period for any of said outstanding State of Executive LI..tur regulations' relating t Another of the said Omml.lnn. A n. the O"'mo June n
Eastman! bond or Interest thereon and to M- Department adding thereto an conservation ot salt fish D.trlcn, comprise ,.
Mr. t.rtt
system. Page ... them by a pledge of anticipated additional Section to be known a* alt water ta w.t or communion which was on the first day Piled hi orflee Secret" af .
Meelpt from such gasoline or otber Section M nf said Article IV, pue b n .Tune
other hand maybe I'm .etl b hereby 1941.\ In DIs.tnet II W1me
On the ..ael tautee to be distributed to mob a Oame aad Fresh Water Cmm.lon.r'
Pll agreed to and be eubmltted to iso 'P' vetea east la with
NUTS. Maybe State Rights arepasse. csmnty a* hereto provided sot not mission be and the earn Berebva 'h* electors of .la State of Plo the minute .nf the 'f lnt O- aid proposed .. Ilfl the
Constitutions .* a greater. rate of Interest than said r ed iiand shall b* submitted ratlflcatloa )eet2oC n of Mid County at D" _. and retoraaRherenf
Maybe State bond aow bear: and to linie sell or the Hector of th* Stste of Florida General or Election to be on .mloDf. ., an the territory whichWM d"clarat. to earn

are Just scraps of paper, Maybe .change oa behalf of any aonnry orwit for rtln.tl or rejection at the first Tueeday the ". Monday N OB the first. day of April 1M1embraced !Ireesilaticms and reetiU'tlnii tl.
tar the to lie held the a .a_
sose of on
purpns retinaS 0n"l IlO follow Flection .
the November ae lets IrS sneral
Is "of at tvtoed
Bureaucratic Domination aald band hiveS av era.* eonat*. or .rt. the first Monday T9 h n IDe" "tne. eatsb- the of Florida "
eetiI coal ..d ta November a follows Section Tbe LaglatweVest eaay lat
and for the IIrtIIIII Itutnici. dldl It aforemld No
the people l By
people by .. ...S54. .iins dletrkll .--, Section 3' Prom and after Jan- in Board or OosamHstoa 1'1 tl. R.nlutt I T WHBrtaTJB". I
people", Add It up yourself and I ssoTrae of csaaar faet taj aalle.1 nationsrtlflcanee nary I the management restoratioa BOW created that aaay l created lrtl l b'
; to auk establish AiMMlia* te aM Dtotrlo i
aiearaM ralsrul at Bet eemervanoa ana regulation x by It authority 0 .1 I
see what you get.V ... ttkan (area (f) ser eent ser *n- the ..- bearing muse aDd regulation* without r ep d. tt whIch w* := .
__ d.netaeti .... Sal and of the aD' oauonalty of _UetiO o 1\141.\ smoraosd sim ..
from fire!!I erich ti.. .. ftftJ Florida end the acquisition enabtlabaeat. th. conservation flan In Commtaaloner District No 1 H .d. I..D.
Protecting our forests D' period .. .. .OSM ..1 control and management of and ealt "t proaMeej. described ta Book T- of the Minute.Of ,

helping to win the war -. .. &*Lifll WS. ........ _-ssfuee. riser- Approves ..a. June. 1 the ODt Comml1onn f seJd ... d IPAGE

means Secretary Wlclurd. .- p.1J1 I. ...... a p sow County 1M e eq. .