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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 9, 1942
Publication Date: -1992
Frequency: triweekly[<1989>-1992]
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Coordinates: 27.241667 x -80.833056 ( Place of Publication )
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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).
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Volume 28--Number 16 Okeechobee Florida
Friday October 9 1942
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P. T. A Held Its I SERGEANT DAVID CASSEL I Lieutenant REVIVAL SERVICES-STARTAT -----

AND MISS FAYE BERRY James Reed Was In METHODIST CHURCH NEWS ABOUT OUR
:MARRIED OCTOBER FIRST

First Meeting Of Sergeant David Castel, who Is Air Raid Over Greek Harbor As i HERE SUNDAV 10 A. M. BO IN SERVICE

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stationed at Hunter Field, Savannah 'I he revival services! will begin at
This School YearThe Ga., and Miss Faye Berry of : Described By The Correspondent the Methodist church here starting I I

Hendeison Texas, were married on at 10 o'clock Sunday morning and Staff Sergeant and Mrs. C. 1.
October 1st 1 I _n -- will continue throughout the week. I Box of Fort Meyers arrived here

Okeechobee Parent-Teachers Sergeant Cas&el Is the only son ORDINATION OF DEACONS 'I Lieutenant James Reid, who was The services will be In charge of last Friday and are spending a
Association held their first meet- of Mr. and Mrs. D. W. Cassel of ,! OCTOBER 15 AT FIRST .ne of the teachers in the Okeecho- Rev. w. R. Howell, pastor of the I week here with Mrs. Box's mother
Ing of the year last Thursday this city.and enlisted! in the Army j I BAPTIST CHURCH IIERE bee High School for a number of local church. Mrs. Clements Sergeant Box Is
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night, October 1st at the school Horn here in September 1940. I years, and enlisted in the Army Morning and evening service stationed at Page Field, Fort Myers,
auditorium with the president, Sergeant and Mrs. Cassel will be held each and here
are Air Corps from here, was one of day except Saturday was for a seven day fur
Mrs. E. H. Hunt, presiding. spending their honeymoon In MIami The First Baptist Church will ordain the men taking part in the United Morning senice at 10 and lough. He left today while Mrs.
After a short business session, this week and are expected to three men to the deaconshlp States Army air raid over Greece evening at 7:43.: Box will remain here for another
Mrs. D. O. Alderman gave the P. arrive here tomorrow to spend the Thursday night, October 15th The last Saturday, according to the The church Invites all churchesto week. She will be remembered here
T. A. wartime pledge. The mem- week-end with Mr and Mrs. D. W. Pl'ogram111 be as follows, begin- Associated Press attend these meetings, as Miss Marie Clements.
bership chairman. Mrs Rae Boet- Cassel I fling at 8:15: : I|, story appearing inThursday' --y---.. .
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tger. also gave a short talk on --- Song Service. The Associated papers.Press correspondent Local I Major Sam Belcher of the United
what membership In the P. T A Home Prayer by Rev. Qulmby Sirman was aboard the same plane as Women Are! States Army Air Corps stationed at
really means, Mrs. Hunt welcomedthe Supervisor at Indlantown, was Lieut. Reid and he wrote a.ery I Morrison Field at West Palm Beach
teachers and Mr C M Wil- Introduction of candidates Mr. spent Wednesday afternoon and
vivid story about the battle Making Many Red j
llama, the supervising principal. Has An Interesting Ben Walker Mr. Carl Durrance and and how the harbor at Navarlno | Thursday morning in Okeechobee.
gave the response, and also Intro- :Mr t Martin Hancock. I .
was bombed by the 4-motored Consolidated -
duced the faculty. Scripture reading. "Liberators" smashed the Cross DressingsRed Up at Bradley Field, Conn.,
The program consisted of a trio Story About Meats Ordination Sermon by Rev. Jas. harbor and the ships that were an- I I Ralph "Buckshot) Robinson, erstI -
by Joseph Howell violin, Sara 1 Barber
Howell of Nocatee. wiiored there.Lieutenant. I I while fisherman on Lake Okeechooee -
cello and Mary Howell, piano, Li.\in-; on hands ordination
of and Reid Is the first Okeechobee cross work at the Woman's Is undergoing a still training
a solo by Mr. J M. Roe; and I', I II"C.< :- (, 11'11\111'. piaycw Rev. S. B. Jordan of county boy to see actual Club hit a new high this week. Mrs course to prepare him as a gunnerin
Peril and Sylvia at the two pianos llonnSu 1 |>i-rii leer, Farm twurlljiliiiliil.tnillin Canal Point: moat service in the air force on E M Meserve. chairman and director the left wing of one of Uncle
played the "Peer Ovine Suite" \ Hand of Christian fellowship. I Sam's
: trigs soil and the account of oi 1 surgical dressing opera- bombeis. In a letter this
after Mr. Merle Bartlett had told UnIII' I I I.I I IIk, ,,nth I I I' '\;,, Benediction by Rev. Chesthlre. :this' raid was read with unusualmureit tions reports that on Wednesday : week to Tanner Fisheries Buckshot
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the 'lilki'l I"nun' I It, >|"II",,| tllll"llll|| | | N,,,
story. | ;;|.I.| I
Special musli' will be
tlo,," M.I, HK|| |l..,.| "lid||| Vl-.ll",, in chargeof ; here. 2 100 surgical; dressings were made, says he's all set for Tokyo and the
After the program the teachers I I" n1. I". Mrk' iinil .I. I., Mi'.. ,ili VHInun the Okeechobee Slngii: Class .-nri for the first three days of this 'sooner the quicker His address Is
were guests of the P. T A In the I 1)',,," KII tinKHIIII,i.nir I.1,suHi| >Hih iirfliior'InillHlIn which meets at the church every .vlhe 'veek the total is well over 4.000. I Co. A 840th Engineer Batalllon

school: cafeteria where refreshments i fr.iin your .uuitj nip-ui.' f II'. "l-'nliWil.' Tuesday evening at 8 o'clock Church Of TheBrethren The wonderful spirit shown by Bradley Field, Windsor Locks
of punch and home made cakes Budgeting a years meat supply -----V-- -- the women of Okeechobee and the Conn.i .
here served.County. '011the standpoint of cost has CITY LIBIIAKY NOW OPEN: willingness to give so freely of their i 0I
------- v--- ----- ever been the problem of a home EVERY: DAY AT \VOM\VS: To HoldDistrict lime speaks well of the patriotismof The above was taken from last

Has Again "iikrr. and now the actual budget- CLUJ; NEW BOOKS IIERE the women of this county. The ''week's issue of the Glades County
lug of a restricted meat supply m quota for Okeechobee Is very high Democrat. He Is listed as oneof,
the problem she faces. Yes, 11oZ'C The books In the City Library Meeting, t i for the month of October and It those entering the army from Okee!
Passed Its f f'nota' .. goIng to be rationed In meat. are available every day now since will take manv hours of labor to chobee County and only recently
W<- are told! that In order to have i he Woman's Club building is open arh this goal. I left for camp.o
:tiiamiunt' of meat required by for the Red Cross work. Someone The eighteenth annual district Mrs. Meserve states that she has 0 0
In Sale' Of Bonds Mir! armed forces on all alliedrants ','111 be there to check the books In (conference< of the Church of the |plenty of room and will welcome 1 <':OIP, Elsie Godwin, son of W.
we must take this step toconserve md outAmong ]Crethren will be held at Okeechobee :additional help on either the morning I IE. Godwin of Utopia, returned to
-. our supp". Every homemaker the new books are "The v ttober 9, 10 and 11. or afternoon shifts! There has I Camp Blanding at Starke Sunday
Okeeohobee County is again "OV- is willing to cooperate in this Soong Sisters" and "The Song of The theme of the conference wille apparent been a slight misunderstanding 1 alter spending Saturday and part
er the top" In the sales: of War national request. In order that we Bernodett' Please use these "Brethren Faith In Action" among some of the ladles 'of Sunday here with his father,
Bonds and S'nmps for the monthof ran "meet the meat problem"cjuurely splendid books. They are lOc a James 2:14-26: : Hebrews 11:6: 1 as to eligibility to participate in o 0 0I
October It is with much prideI .- and effectively ft will .be reek. The program follows: this work It is not necessary that I Private Jerry Anderson who Is
report that with a quota the well to study this nutritious And The rent for the books Is the only Friday, October 9 you be a member of the Red Crossin ''stationed at Drew Field at Tampa
same a* last month, $4loo, oursales palatable food financial aid the library has. The 4:00: p. in.. Business Session for order to help in this project. Any | has returned to camp there after
as checked at the postofflce The various elements found in more the books are used and returned Elders of the district Business ses- lady who has time to give one or spending a short furlough here with
Friday morning shows total sales meat, namely, protein, fat and I promptly the more new 'ion of the Women's Work. more hours each day or two or his father, Alva Anderson at his
ff tWOO. :rineral.s. are similar to those making books can be put on the library Women's Work program Mrs. C. three days a week Is welcome. home on the lake front. '
This does not mean that we have up the human body. Because -helves. E Bowers, chairman: 7:30: song Working hours are 9 to 12 and 1 .
'reached our quota and can now of this it can be easily digested and service 7:43: devotions. 7:55: to 5. Sergeant David Cassel and his
oJSfcH'Tiiuiing bonds. We Yiav only utilized by' the body for growth and ATTENTION- -, v rotuu93f.. district wort. t Olive J4rp.Meseryasw4.nts.to! thanfc.the.'I bride are expected.; 42.-AJI.lve tomorrow -
started buying bonds! and the month PARENTS! Staufter. 8:00, address "Faith !'1.nd- l' -.
maintenance. Vitamin Band Q, : many: business men who are so to spend the week-end here
HELP
Is not half over. To keep up the which protect against deficiency YOUR MEMBERSHIP: CHILD WIN tin a Way", Ralph Townsend. willingly helping In every way pos with his parents, Mr and Mrs D.
wonderful record we now hold of diseases particularly pellegra, are DRIVEDo Benediction sible. Mr. Mason stops dally and'I W Cassel. Sergeant Cassel was recently
purchasing: more than three times present In relatively large amounts. want Saturday Morning leaves Ice so that the ladles may married and he and his wife
the quota asked of us each month The extractives of meat give it you to help your child 7:43: breakfast. have ice water at all times. This have been honeymooning In Miami
v.111 necessitate tlf purchase of flavor and make it one of the most win first prize for his room in theP Ministerial meeting, H. A. Spangle he' floes at his own expense I this week. '
quite a few more bonds before the palatable of all foods. In purchasing T A. MEMBERSHIP DRIVE? chairman. 9.00 a, jn., de- Mr. Culbreth runs slides at his 0I
end of this month. most foods, the housewife knows Send: your dues <25o) to school byIlt'Xt v Urns. 9:14: "The Church Seek- theatre and makes announcements 1 Officer Candidate Henry T. Bass

Mrs. Austin Pearce has been appointed what she wants. Especially is this Wednesday. October 14th.First '1.3 nn Intellectual Basis for Faith" whenever called upon. I,I son of Mr. and Mrs. H. T Bass of
Chairman Women's Divis- true of staple articles,, canned goods, prize for room having Acts 17:11.: Edgar Stauffer 9:35: The beautiful Red Cross made Okeechobee, has recently been
ion and Miss -'uunlta Pearce, Vice- 'ruiti and vegetables. Canned goods 'i -si members. "The Development of Personal and hung at the entrance of the transfeired'to the Officers TrainingSchool
Chairman. These ladles will han- are purchased largely by their Second prize for room having Faith of the Ministry' Eph. 4:13: Women's Club was a donation by 1 at Fort Bennlng Ga., where
dle the sale of stamps and bondsat brands or trade names, while the highest'athers. percentage of mothers and Peter 1:5-7: Robert LaMartln. Mr. Tony Davis I he Is In training for promotionfrom
the elementary and high schools.I selection of fruits and vegetables Is 9-.5, music! John Hollenburg.: 10:00: All: this fine help Is what goes to the ranks as a commissionedI
anticipate very good sales this based upon their quality and fresh- Third prize for room having next The Program for Faith In Our make one hundred percent cooperation I j He entered the service In
year. The scrap metal drive will uel>ll. However, meats particularly! highest: number of members.Mrs. Day", Eph 4:13: T S. Richardson and is highly appreciatedby I April 1942.
Vive them a fine start. beef and veal, usually are not selected Rae 0 Boettger, 10:20: "Attaining the Goal", Eph. the ladles o *
W. R. Page, Chairman o'n such a well established Membership Chairman 3:16-21: Mrs. Bail. 10:40: hymn by The latest contribution has Just j i i Sergeant James T Hancock of

.Okeechobee County War Savings basis. How often is the expression choice, good, medium and plain. congregation.' Open forum led by been made by the colored women 'I! the United States Marine Corps
Committee heard, "Oh, Just give me a steak", Keeping the factors which contribute D D. Funderburg. 11:15.: adjourn. of Okeechobee. Wanting to do stationed at Jacksonville, has returned -
V or, "Cut off a roast", or, "Oive me to quality well In mind we can 12:00: dinner. their part, they have formed a club I to his post after spending
JOHN DAVIS NOW fLiGIIT something for a stew". The purchaser easily determine the grade of meat. Saturday Afternoon and have offered their services, reporting several days here with his family
C'OMMXDER: : ASSISTANT realzes that there are many t'sually; the quality and grade of Annual business meeting, Fred afternoons to clean up the .

AT C'LEWISTON COLLEGE different kinds_m___ of__ steaks_____nn and_ roasts meat g Av arua the p t.I'cc' o f mea t. Hollenburg,. moderator. 1:00: p m., '. ori; rooms after the day's work is I Mir, and Mira. C. ,n.,, H llli and are
-- but comparatively few are able to This Is not true In the case of flavor devotions Seating delegates. Bus- finished. Mrs. Meserve states this I in receipt of a letter from their
Riddle Field, Clewlston, Oct. 7.- recognize the cuts of meat they de- in meat. Flavor Is largely determined 'ness' session will be a wonderful help and appreciates i son Lester who recently enteredthe

Friends of John S. W. Davis formerly Ire.Let ( by the presence or ab- 8:00: supper their thoughtfulness and )I United States Army that he
of Okeechobee. will! be gladto us first learn how to select sence of meat extractives and internal Saturday Evening wlllngness to do their part very has been transferred to Drew Fieldat
hear that he has recently been beef. In making a study of beef and external fat. As the Missionary meeting. 8:30: song much. Tampa where he is attached to
promoted to assistant flight com the selection of meat from a quality animal matures, meat extractives service Chorister RoberJ Hancock. Those who have joined in this the Medical Department at the
mander on the advanced phase at sfindpoint. There are three factors Increase In the muscles. Veal Is 7:43.: devotions, Katherine Rein- branch of the service and the days Army Air Base
Riddle-McKay Aero College used to determine the grade of tender because It comes from a hart. 8:00: address, "The MIssionary they will work are Agnes Stewart *

Davis who attended both elemen- beef: conformation or form, finish, young animal but for the same reason Challenge to the Faith of and Marguerite (Monday) ; Ida Marlon McCarthy, son ot Mr.
tary and high school In Okeeehobee, and third, quality. Conformationrefers contains very little meat extractives Today, and God's Call to Service", Bryant, Rena Johnson Tuesday) ; and Mrs. D. B. McCarthy, who Is
has been working for Elnbry-Rld- to the general form and out. and fat which renders It nomans 8:22-23.: Isa. 6:1-8: D. D. Louise Cooley, Lizzie Hall (Wednesday the University of Florida

die since 1940.Befor I line of the carcass and Is determined deficient In natural meat flavor. In Funderburg. Missionary offering. ) ; Emmie Smith, Annie Tindell I and attending Is taking ROTC training has
by the size and shape of the Benediction (Thursday) ; Tommie Bass, Laura
beginning his career as contrast, meat from a mature an- | been raised from the rank
flight instructor. Davis was a carpenter tones, thickness of the muscles, imal lacks In tenderness because of i Sunday MorningC. Bryant (Friday) ; and Lurena Jackson : I of recently to the rank first
school teacher, railway clerk and amount and distribution of the the hardness of the muscle fibres E. Bowers, chairman 7:45: and Beulah! Jackson (Saturday. lieutenant sergeant the of Reserve
and airplane mechanic. fat. Finish Is the amount, character and the amount of connective tis- breakfast. 8:00: group meetings as V I ; Army .

--- _and n_ distribution___n_____u_ of__ external a u e p r es ant b u.a .hno.... a ufft".'en t mea t called, 9:00.: Sunday school prob. ELMER LEBO CELEBRATED Corps. 0
I and Internal fat throughout the 'lems. Songs. Devotions. 9:10: "In- SEVENTY-NINTH BIRTHDAY
NEW BEAUTY SALON NOW extractives t() give It a well flavored In the list of Florida casualties
OPEN AND OPERATED BY carcass The term quality Includesall prod\\lct. For this reason a tilling Faith Throughout the Sun ANNIVERSARY YESTERDAY that were announced by the United
that has been mentioned concerning day School", Deut. 6:7: Anna Miller
BASS !
;MISS ;MRGUERITE good quality of beef of a cheaper I II States on October 2 was listedas
Navy
conformation and finish, grade and cut can be the most 9:30.: "Revitalizing Our Sunday Elmo Lebo celebrated his 79th Hamilton Win-
missing Ivy
Marguerite's Beauty Salon located and In addition refers to the degreeof palatable and economical purchase School Teaching Program", Luke birthday at his home here yesterday I gate Fire Controlman Third Class.
in the Southland Hotel buildIng fineness In bones and flesh for the home maker to select when 4:18-19.: A D. Crist. 10:00: Sunday when he entertained Representative | He listed from St. Petersburgand
In the space previously occupiedby Quality in meat is determined by j i, she is considering her meat budget. school hour In charge of Okeechobee and Mrs. W. J, Hendry as was the of Levis Lucius Win-
son
and texture of the officers 11:00: devotions. 11:15: his for the occasion. Mr,
the Dress Shop, opened for he; size, color ( We might say flavor is the secretwe guests of that city. While he en-
buslne s the first of the week. bones; color, firmness and textureof ; must know about In stretching sermon "Dynamic of Overcoming Lebo was born In Ohio but has gate
l In the from St. Peters-
e This Is In every sense of the worda the muscle fibres; amount of ( the rationed meat supply. Meat alth', 1 John 5:4-5: D. D. Funder- made Okeechobee his home for lit burg, he was Navy born in Okeechobeeand

modern and up-to-date beauty connective tissue present, and the need not be Used in a concentratedmanner nirg. Adjourn. ; many years. IV | lived here tor a number of
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parlor, and a credit to any community but budgeted over a number before he moved to St. Pet
The interior decorationsare the fat. In good quality beef, the of meals in combination which BAPTIST CHURCH GAS RATIONING BOARD years with his parents The
and the fixtures hones relatively small and If URGES ALL WHO HAVE B ersburg
blue and cream are will add to the flavor and value of friends here of the Wlngatea Joinus
furnished by Modem Beauty from a young animal are red In the dally" diet. In fact meat shouldnot If you enjoy good congregational CARDS CALL AND RENEW la extending their sympathies to
Co., of Miami, are complete and of color and porous In character on be used In great quantities but singing and plain Bible preachingyou I
the .
family. '
the latest modernistic design. the cut surfaces. The lean is fine rather balanced with fruits and are most cordially Invited to The gas rationing board urges all 1

Miss Marguerite Bass, owner and in texture, bright red In color, vegetables In a diet which will pro- attend our services. Sunday schoolat who have B and C gas coupon I Rennls Howard Padgett son of
operator, Is a resident of Okeecho smooth and velvety in appearanceand vide the normal and natural supplyof 9:45: ; morning worship, 11:00: ; books which expire in October to Mr and Mrs B. K Padgett of this
bee and a graduate of MadameLa well marbeled with creamy mineral acids, organic acids and Training Union 7:00: ; evening come In and sign for a renewal of to the rankof
been
city, has promoted
France Beauty School, Miami white, flaky fat Poor quality beef other essentials which enter Into a worship 8:00.: Prayer meeting on those books I corporal and Is now stationedat
class of 1939, contains a relatively large proportion properly balanced diet. Wednesday evening at -8:00.: The members of the board and Nashville Tenn .
---V of bone which Is often white Now that we know how to determine The pastor's subjects Sundayare their clerk urge everyone to come .
Miss Sylvia Bass of Clewlston and flinty In character.: The leanIs the quality of meat and : Morning, "Bottle Baby Christ In within the next ten days It possible I, .0 *
spent Sunday here with her mother coarse In texture, dark red In have learned that flavor Is available ians"; evening. "The Finished to avoid the rush as all must I, Service With a Smile .
and sister, Mrs. Angle Bass and color, and has a relatively large In cuts of meat other than the Product." be signed up on or before the 22nd Hitler beat his chest and loudly
Miss Alice Bass. quantity of connective tissue. Usually high priced cuts we should learn If you are not affiliated with any day of October. The owner or princlpal )! protested when Ooebbela tried to
-0- the carcass contains little fat more about the cuts of meat. Next church or the church of your faithIs User must sign. No agent can tell him he was losing his hold on

Mrs. J. A. Abney was carried to which Is not distributed uniformly. week we will discuss the various not In our town we Invite you sign for it. I his subjects.
the Fort Pierce hospital the first Then we have grades of meat cuts of meat and how we can use to worship with us I "I'll prove to you that my sub- .
Of the week where she is recover- set up by the United States Department these cuts to their full value and I Mrs. Fred Montsdeoca'of Sebrlng I jects will obey me without question -
the flu. prime is spending this week here at the he screamed. "Come with
ing from a severe case of of Agriculture flavor BE WL E ADVERTISE ,
home of Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Abney (Continued on Page Four)



TWO THE OKFFCOAEE NEWS FRIDAY,_ OCTOBER v a, 1942
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( Nl'U5 | Hospital Apprentice First Claw )II 'v- Llghtsey of Okeechobee, with the Private Smiley Waldron, son of
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OIH'cdtl1hl'C I Marvin L Wilson, son of Mr and Army Tank Division somewhere In I Mr and Mrs. N. F. Waldron of

.. 1 Mrs. E J. Wilson of Great Britlan. Entered service In Okeechobee, with the Infantry stationed

Published Every Friday by the Medical Corps, United OkeechObee'1 From where I sit. April 1941. at Camp Pickett, Va. Entered -

Okeochobee News Co., at Okeechobee. Air Station, Jacksonville, Fla En- .0 service In June 1942.

okeechobe County, Florida. tered the Navy In June 1941. I --. ....- Lieut. Wllda Lightsey, daughterof 0 0

o 0 0 Mr, and Mrs. Monroe Llghtsey Corporal Jessie D Wilson, son of

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

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

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

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

. Okeeehobee Florida, under the stationed with the United CARET, our Lire chief, cam u. People retllie that If Goebbeli Private Curtis R. Johnson son of .

Act of March 8, 1879.SUBSCRIPTION. States Navy at Key West Florida. tompln'lnto the printin'office last wants beer taken away from our Mrs Nancy J. Johnson of Okeechobee Sergeant Julian Morrison, son of
week, nuddtr'n a hornet. loldlen-there must be
reason.
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Entered service in May 1942. stationed with the Army at Mrs. W, H. Russell of Okeechobee,
RATE The won't
thinethat's
o 0 0 *S jI"! he yelU. "If I could let enemy itop any Camp Gordon, Georgia Entered stationed at Fort Benning, Ga. He
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One In advance ... $2 00 hurting our army. They'lltl'1
year
Vernon L. Burke son of Mr and my hands on that fellow Goebbeli service in June 1941.
it." enlisted in the United States ArmyIn
Six months in advance ............ 1.00 to itop whatever helping .
Mrs J. W Burke of Okeechobee I'd tick a fire hoi In his mouth the summer of 1940
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Three months In advance Seaman Second Class at Naval Air i| and tarn on the pressure,* Ed "Say! That's true, ain't it?" Ed Private William R. Johnson, son .

Advertising bills are payable on Station. Jacksonville Entered service : shouts, pound my desk. "Do you began to grin. of Mrs. Nancy J. Johnson of Okee- I! Albert Smith, U. S. S. Kclauea,

the first of each month. Parties in summer of 1941 know German what he'i puttln' on the "Of course It'i true-and reasonable I chobee, located with the Army at I somewhere on the Atlantic. Son of

unknown to publishers required to I 0 0 America ihort-wav NOW? H.'e propaganda tellln folks to people can't help but tee Fort McClelland, Alabama. Entered Mr. and r.lra.; Ashberry Smith of

pay In advance. Private First Class Howard Ren- :, that American it. So instead of makin' trouble- service in July 1942. Okeechobee. Enlisted In the Navy

nls Padgett, son of Mr. and Mrs. of drunkenness army! Can camps beat are It fall?" like they hope-they're Just con- I April 16, 1942.

Reading notices In local columns, B K. Padsett of Okeechobee, stationed you firmin' what the Secretary of War Corporal Wilbur Lanier, son of 0 .

10 cents a lIne. Rates for display with the Signal Corps of i "Calm yourself, Ed," says I. and the other Army leaders be- I Mr. and Mrs. Ira Lanier of East I Fred Smith, in Service School at

advertising furnished on application the United States Army at Key 'I "Nobody's going to believe what lieve-that among the other good Okeechobee In Armored Force, Norfolk, Virginia. Son of Mr. and

Classified advertising, 2 cents' Field Merrldian, Miss. Entered Goebbels tells 'em." wholesome things a fighting man Tank Division, stationed at Fort Mrs. Ashberry Smith of Okeechobee.

each word per Insertion. All Items service In January 1942 "But don't see? He's can get at the canteen In camp-" I Knox, Kentucky. Enlisted in June, I Entered service April IS, 1942.
you puttin'this America should include beer.
regardingenterprises conducted for 000Granville I 11941. .
bare-faced lie the
air
on to
profit are chargeable at rdvertlslng N Wilson, son of Mr. stir up trouble." 0 0 t Private: Pete Leitner, somewhere

rates. and Mrs E. J Wilson of Okeechobee From where I sit-I can guess I Private Clarence Lanier, son of ; overseas with Infantry. Son of

-PLEDGE-- -- --TO-- TITE- FLAG !I Seaman second class In United "Pretty stupid propaganda, I'd why Goebbeli wants beer out of I Mr. and Mrs. Ira Lanier, of East Mr and Mrs C. A. Leitner of Okee-
Pretty silly for the
say even
"I pledge l allegiance to the Flagof i States Navy aboard U. S S North Nazis," says I. the camps. The Nazis would a heap i i Okeechobee now in General Hospital chobee. Entered service January

the United States of ,America I Carolina! Entered service In December I rather face an army that already j I Charleston South Carolina 9. 1942.

1941Private "How so?" says Ed. "There' loot its rights than one that was .
and to the Republic for which It
stands: One nation Indivisible, I 0 people in this country that want fighting for freedom It could touch Corporal Watson D'Agostina, son Sergeant Huey Glenn Watford,

with liberty and justice for all" First Class Edgar J. Leer taken out of the camps That and taste and feel every day. of Mr. and Mrs. Joe D'Agostina of radio operator at Fort Bragg North

son on of Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Wil-I" sure Is going to hurt army morale. .Wouldn't you? Okeechobee in United States Army Carolina. Son of Mr. and Mrs. W.

'son of Okeechobee United States And this lie certainly Is fuel for ( I at Camp Stewart, Ga Entered I[ T. Watford. Enlisted October 29,
I 'neirfire"; I l1C '
HONOR ROLL OF Marine Corps stationed somewhereIn 9ce: .t: : service In June 1942, 1940

the Pacific Enlisted more than I "Not If I know Americans," I ( .

two years ago. .")'.. "\nd .the Nazis dn,,'/ know | Private John Beacham Hauler- Private i First Class Herman E.

MEN IN SERVICEEDITOR'S 1 o 0 0 son, son of Mr. and Mrs T. J. I ,Watford, radio operator, at Fort

Private Jack Hendry, son of Mr. 'I Raulerson of Okeechobee, with i| Benning, Georgia. Son of Mr. and

and Mrs J. J. Hendry of Lake Yo. 4Q nfn STIPI; Copyright, 1942, Brewing Muitiy Founiin >n Army Parachute Division stationed I'Mrs.. W. T. Watford Enlisted

NOTE -We are very PI icld, and brother of Representative at Fort Benning, Ga. Entered ser- October 29, 1940.

,nxlous to have the name and ad- Bill Hendry of Okeechobee, In -- vice In January 1942. .

dress of each bOlO\ from Okeechobee he Air Corps at Denver, Colorado. I I Fred Borome son of Mr. and
Private First Class Earl Sergeant Purmel Hargraves, son
County who Is In the service of his Entered service July 1. 1942. Bond'i I Private James Johnson, colored Mrs. R. Borome, Sound Operator
son of Mr. and Mrs. J. F of County Supervisor of Registration -
country In order that this list maybe 000 I son of Sam Johnson and wife of Third Class. Now stationed at
Okeechobee, In Field Artillery, now and Mrs. Hargraves of this I
complete, If you have not already Matthew Leroy Bass colored, son CarlIna.1 Okeechobee, with Army Military Brooklyn, New York, on a new
on maneuvers In South city. United States AirCorps
turned in the names of all of Leroy Bass and wife of Okeechobee. Army I Police stationed at Edgewood, Md minesweeper and sub chaser. En-
I Entered service In August 1940 Spence Field Moultrie, Qa.
of your relatives who are In the \ with the United States .0. 'Entered Army In April 1942. listed in the Navy In May 1942.
Enlisted December 2, 1942. Promoted
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Army, Navy or :Marines please do Arm in Australia. He entered the .
Enoch Walker son of Mr. andr.l1's. to rank of sergeant July 1st.
so at once so that our list will be Army In fay 1941, Private First Class Claude V. Sergeant John H. Walker son
Hulon Walker of Okeechobee I
complete. o 0 0 | Gardner, son of Mrs Z. E. Harmonof iof I Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Walker
now serving with the Submarine PrIvate' First Class LaVl'renceOlin
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Burke of Mr and Okeechobee in United States in
Wayne O. son Jr., mechanic ground crew
Forces somewhere in the Pacific. Godwin, brother of Oliver
Private First Class George Reich- Mrs J, W. Burke of OkeechohE'e.I I 'Army Medical Corps at Fort Ben- I In the United States Army Air
He enlisted in United States
the Godwin Mrs H. T. Scott Mrs
ert, son of Henry H. Reichert of Apprentice Seaman in the United 'nlng, Georgia. Entered service in Corps, stationed somewhere !in Australia -
I Navy in May 1937. Hulon Walker Mrs Vernon Light-
Okeechobee, stationed with the Infantry States NAVY at Norfolk Virginia. I :March 1941. Enlisted In Army In Oct-
and
Spy Tom Godwin of Okeecho- .
at Fort Benning, Georgia Entered service in May 1942 ;i ober 1940.
Private Woodrow Walker, bee with field at Fort
young Artillery 1 .
Entered the Army In March 1941. Pharmacist Mate 3rd class R. P.
o 0 0 est son of Mr. and Mrs J. H: Sill Oklahoma. Entered service In
Private William R. Vanbrunt I Coleman son of Dr. and Mrs. T. Monroe Rogers, son of Mr. and
Walker Sr., of Okeechobee, now June 1941.
Private Paul D'Agostlna, son of stationed at Miami T. Coleman United States Naval Okeechobee
Coast Artillery serving at the Induction Station at Mrs. J. R. Rogers of ,
Mr and Mrs. Joe D'Agostina of Beach, Florida. Entered Army In : I Hospital, Brooklyn, N. Y. Entered stationed with the United States
Camp Standing, Starke, Fla. En- Lloyd C. Llghtsev, son of Mr and '
Okeechobee. In United States Army Julv 1941. I tered the United States Army In Mrs Van Lighlsey! of Okeechobee, I'I service in June* 942.E Army In Texas. Entered service in
at Camp Picket. Va. Entered Service 000Captain 1942.
May 1942. I stationed at Norfolk, Va., with the July
.
In June 1942, Ward Baggott son of Private James Clark Hancock, in
)
I United States Navy in the Signal
o 0 0 Mr. and Mrs. F. H. Baggott of I United States Army Air Corps at Private Henry Prescott, son of
Private Robert C. White son ofjMr Corps. Entered the In April
Sergeant, Jimmie Belk son of I Navy Keebler Field, Miss, Entered service -
Panama City, Florida, but former I and Mrs M E. White ol Okee- II 1942. j'I I Mrs Martha Prescott of Bassinger,

Mrs. Delma Belk of Okeechobee, residents of Okeephobee, In Army i chobee, stationed with the United in July 1942. stationed with Infantry -at Fort
I I .
In Aitlllery at Seattle. Wash. En- Air Corps Entered service !in sum 0 Sill\ Oklahoma. Entered service In
States In California He Private First Class Chandler
Army -
I LeRoy
tered service In December 1941. mer of 1940. Private Rodothy Howard, colored, April 1942.Andrew .
entered the Army In March 1942.Jo'n son of Mr. and Mrs. Perry
0 .
I II son of Bell Collier of Okeechobee, i -
| o 0 0 Chandler of Bassinger, stationed (
Corporal Ray Bass, son of Mrs. I I Plvate Wllford Sloan son of Mr H.Peicheit I in Army stationed at Shwachnea, i J. Potter, son of W. E.
u ReIchert, son of Henry with the Medical Corps at Camp
Angle Bass of Okeechobee. In Coast Ariz. Entered service In May 1942.
I and Mrs. Bethel Sloan of Okeecho- I Potter of Okeechobee, aboard the
of Okeechobee, stationed Murphy, Hobe Sound, Fla., Entered o 0 0
Artillery stationed at Camp Davis, bl'e.'Ith Communication Regiment i U. S. Washington. En- .
I with the Coast Guard in Maryland. service: in January 1942. i of't I I Battleship
N. C. Enlisted in the service in i I United States Army Air Corps. Orlando entered the service in June 1942. I Io i Sergeant Blllle Stratton, son listed In November 1941.

January 1942Sergeant i Florida. Entered service In Private Mr. and Mrs. Nat Stratton of Uto- |I .
Jack Paige, of Mr
son
Februirv 1942 pia with United States Army in Lawrence Sellers, son of Mr andlviI'S.
Staff Sergeant Jake Relchert. son and Mis. S. C Paige of Okeechobee
Lawrence Arrlngton India. Entered service in October E. O Sellers of Okeechobee, 0
of Heuij' H Reichert of Okeecho stationed with the United States ,
son of C. C. Arrington of Okeecho- Private Paul Won ey. son of I 1941. aboard the U. S. S. Arkansas. En-
I bee. stationed with the United Army in Australia. Entered service .
bee in the Infantry with the United John Wongrey of Okeechobee, with States Marines somewhere in the In December 1941. tered service: in June 1941.

States Army stationed at Fort Technical School of United States Pacific. Entered the service in I S J. P. Brooks grandson of Mr. .

Jackson, S. C. Enlisted in Army In Army Air Corps at Kessler Field 1931. Private Merrill Hardy, nephew of andMrs. J. F. Bond of Okeechobee Private Ernest E. Raiford, son of

January 1941. i Miss. Entered service In April Mrs. Chas. of East Okee-1 in the U. S. Navy at Norfolk, Va. Mrs. Susie Raiford of this city
Hardy !
I
0 Entered service in July 1942.
1942. stationed with the 14th Repair
First Class Machinist Eugene M. chobee In United States Army, en- | *
Staff Sergeant Robert E McLaughlin 1 United States Army
Hall, son of Mr. and Mrs. Reese tered service in February 1942. I Squadron
Jr. son of Mrs. R. E Corporal Jean Harvey Hamrick, I Upthegrove of Utopia, stationed I) Monroe Hobbs son of Mr. and Air Corps, Duncan Field, San An-
McLaughlin of Okeechobee, stationed Mrs A. J. Hobbs of Okeechobee
E tonio Texas Enlisted December
son of Mr. and Mrs R. Ham- with the United States Coast Guard Vernon M. King son of Mr. and ,
with Medical Detachment Letterman ) stationed with the Coast Artilleryon
stationed with
rick of Okeechobee 1941.
at Mobile, Alabama. Entered the Mrs. W J. King of East Okeecho-
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Hospital San Francisco, the Sta'es Air the Pacific Coas', Entered service -
United Arm Corpsat service In September 1939. bee in Gun Crew aboard ship in
California. Entered the United Bradley Field, Windsor Locks, the United States Navy. Entered In March 1941. '' Private Elzle Godwin, son of W

States Army In February 1941 Connecticut. Entered service in 00. E. Godwin of
December Upthegrove Beach
service In March 1942.
Staff Sergeant Ralph Ming son
1941, of Mis Ida of Okeechobee' I Prix ate James V. Cousart, son of with the Infantry stationed at
Corporal K. R. Anderson son i 0QUl'ntin Ming the lat Jas. B Cousart end Mrs, Camp Pickett, Va. Entered ser-
stationed Croft. Private J. Murl of'
at Dalgneau.
of Alva Anderson of Upthegrov 1 R. Sellers son of Mr. Camp spal.tens-I son Marion V. Cousart, of Okeechobee vice In June 1942,
Mr.
S. and Mrs. F.
He E
C. entered of
berg Dalgneau
Beach, Motor Transport Division I Mrs E. Sellers of Okeecho- stationed with Medical Corps at .
and O
| 1940. I Io Bassinger, stationed with Medical
United States Marines, stationedat 1 bee with Army Air Force stationedat | July I Detachment at Fort Oa. Camp McCoy MI'S Enlisted in the Private Julian Hodges, son of
Georgetown British Gulena, Benning, tn April HI: ,'
Kessler Field. Miss. Entered Mr and Mrs. of Indian-
Hodges
Private Robert Mrs I Entered service In
Ming, son of March 1941.
Enlisted In the Marine Corps bi 1 service in United States
1942. town, Engineers
July 000Sergeant Army -
I Ida Okeechobee sta-
i
September 1937. Mlnj of now Private Walter Nix Gray, Jr., son Fort Belvolr, Va., Entered service -
Honed with the In Los Major Douglas Cassels
o 0 0 j Infantry
of Mi and Mrs. W. N. Sr
R L. Gray In 1942
Sanderfur :Tr son of Mrs. Angeles, Califoinla He entered the of Okeechobee stationed with April ,
Corporal Earl W. Raiford son ol f Ciela Sanderfur of of Okeechobee, with the Technical 000

:Mrs Susie Raiford of this city, stationed at the Naval Okeechobee'l I'I I Army In February. 1942. placement Headquarters Depot Squadron General 11th MacArthur's Re; T-cinlng School! of 'he Army Airi Sergeant Carl Stello, son of Mr

tatloned with the United State:I Fla. of i c. Port Field, Guhpart, Miss and Stelloof
at Opaloka Enlisted In the I Jimmie Finger, of Mr. and forces in Australia. Entered Mrs. K E. Okeechobee
I son -
Army Air Corps at Dale Mabrj Entered service August 20, 1942.
United States In December United States Air
J Navy Army Corps,
Field, Tallahassee Fla. Enlistee! d Mis G C. Finger of Fort Mjers, the Arm in December 1941, .
If40. but former residents of Okeechobee ( Geiger Field, Spokane, Wash. Enlisted
!to December 1941. 0Appl'entlce I 1 Private Lester W. HIlliard, son in Army in January 1942.

'S. Seaman Howard Stationed with United States Navy Corporal Albion F. Harden son Mr and Mrs. C. W HIlliard of : .

Charles Raymond Harden son 01:' ut Norfolk Va. of Mr. and Mrs. C, D. Harden of ,.itfetx-uobee, with Medical Detach-
E. David Cassel Jr.
Diawdy son of Mr. and Mrs. C. .0. Corporal W. ,
the late Jesse F. Harden of Okee" Okeechobee with the Marines ment at Drew Field, Tampa Fla.
Drawdy of Okeechobee Naval son of Mr. and Mrs. D. W. Cassel
Class Jerrell
Private First B
(chobee in the United States Navj' School R. aboard the U. S. Battleship Wyoming Entered the army In August 1942. I Okeechobee stationed the
Training Chicago, Ill. En- of with
Mrs. Jenell of Okee-
son of T. M, somewhere In the Atlantic. i .
aboard the U S. S. O'Bannon. Hi 5
tered service in May 1942 United States Army Air Corps at
chobee 'led with
ntered the service In Octobei r stalls : pursuit Entered service in June 1940. i I Candidate Henry T. Bass, son of Savannah, Ga. Enlisted from Okee-
at Murac Bombing Field at, .
Group .
1941. Mr. and Mrs. H. T. Bass of Okee-
Sergeant Oscar B. of chobee in 1940
McKee son Murac California. Entered serviceIn I County September
Mrs H. C. Long of Okeechobee. 1942 Wilson Pearce, seaman second chobee, stationed with the officers .

Private C, E. Kllpatrick son 01:r with the Engineers Shore Regiment February class, son of Mr. and Mrs. J. C I training school at Fort Benning, H. H. (Sparky) Osteen, son of

he late Mr. and Mrs. D. R. KH" 'Pearce of Okeechobee in Group 3 Georgia Entered army in April
somewhere in Great Britlan He Private Rufus G. Jerrell of Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Osteen now of
Patrick of Bassinger. stationed nit I I son lof Service Schools United States 1942.
For J entered the service In September !\ T. M. Jerrell of Okeechobee. I IIn. Fort Pierce but former residents of
the
Pajaahut Infantry at 1 I Naval Training Station, Norfolk
1940 i Okeechobee, with the United States
Bragg, N. C Entered service >li> |!i v:eo 1th, Arkansas.Reid Artillery Entered at Camp service Chaf-In I Virginia. Entered service in April Private David Lee Raulerson son Air Corps, Foster Field, Texas En-

January 1942, Alton R. McMullen, son of I I 1942. of Mrs. Mllledge Raulerson of tered service !in August 1941
March 1942.
.
I'' and Mrs, I. N. McMullen of Mr'l I ( Okeechobee. Stationed with the .

Thilmoie Sloan, son of Mr. anc phobee, Chief Radio Operator Private Norris L. Jen ell, son of ,I I Private First Class Elliott Lot, United States Army, Camp Rob- C. A. Mathews, grandson of) Mr

Mrs. Bethel Sloan of Okeechobeewith ', the United States Navy at PPnsa-1|I Mrs. T. M. Jerrell of Okeechobee, \i son of Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Lott of inson, Arkansas. Entered servicein and Mrs. J. F. Bond of Okeechobee,

the United States Navy a t cola. He entered the ?', In 1941. In the U. S, Nav .
Navy July with the Medical Detachment stat 1 Aujrntlre: Cast Artillery July ;, Entered service
Norfolk, Va., Entered service li 1 '
somewhere In
1930 In 1941.
the Atlantic war July
tioned t at Fort Olethorpe, Georgia
April 1942. .
0 I Ir Entered service in January 1941. zone Entered service In October I Private Phillip Simmons, son of

Elburn Platt son of Mr and Mrs. 1941. Mr. and M.-s. Carl Simmons of Ft. Private Herman Henry Holllday.

Private Cecil Johnson, foremen o;: J. C. Platt of this city, aboard the I : Dium, stationed with the United colored, United States Army Hos1 -
Parker Brothers ranch before entering Private Roy Delmar Conerly, son
U. S. S. Rosevllle somewhere on the Private James B. Smith, son of States Army at Camp Livingston, 1 pital corps stationed at Camp
service, with Tech Schoo 1 of Mrs J. W. Conerly, Miami, for
Pacific :Mr. and Mrs S. Smith of Oeecho- : Louisiana. Entered the army In Blanding. Entered service In August -
merly of Okeechobee, stationed at
Squadron at Lowry Field Colo I I
1942.
bee with United States Marines at July 1942.
Entered service In May 1942. I1 Camp Wolters, Texas. He entered 'I .
Paris
Island
55. the United States Army In March S. C., in Medical I
----------1 Corps. Entered service In March I Private Bill Humphrey, son of
Miss Francis Houchard, Home
Private Theodore Sloan, son oj:t t 1942.
I I Mrs. Dora
1942, I Humphrey of Okeechobee
To relit Supervisor of the Farm Security
Mr. and Mrs. Bethel Sloan 01:r veMisety COLDS I with Medical Detachment at
Okeechobee. with the United State:I Private James W. Conerly, son of'' j Administration office here, spent Rucker Ala.
of Camp Entered the
Army Air Corps at Denver Colorado ,:! Mrs. J, W. Conerly, Miami former-I I Marvin Bvin: Arrants son of Sunday and Monday with her fam- Army in June 1942.Baa.swaln's .

Entered service in Octobei r UQl'IDTABLETI ly of Okeechobee Mr. and Mrs c. W. Arrants of .lv at Clearwater I 0 0 0

1941, he United States Army In Iceland: West Palm Beach but former resIdents I -
I ; Mate Second
Class
6 6 6 E of Okeechobee, stationed with
He service
t entered in August
41.PRsuer. Mr. and Mrs. Alto Watford, Jr. Harold W Wilkerson, son of Mr
Private Virgil Sutton, son of Mrs. D ROTH 1941'1 the United States Navy at Newport i announce the birth of a little and Mrs. R. H. Slngletary of Ok-

Claudie Sutton of Okeechobee, eta OlOH DHOTI ,' Private Matthew Won,ey, I R. I. daughter at the Fort Pierce hospital eechobee, aboard the U. S. Battle

tioned: with tM United States Arm rl I John Wongrey of Okeechobee I September 26. She weighed ship Nevada stationed somewher

somewhere In the Pacific. He enlisted -, I'I Trr 'R.b-Mr.TI.a"-e LUlHMll Wtmtttttl the United States Army Gunnery I I Corporal Robert Durwood Light- SVi pounds and has been named in the Pacific. Entered the United

in the Army In March 1941.I School at Panama City, Fla. sey ,son of Mr. and Mrs R. T. Mary Nell Watford.) States Navy in April 1931.r.GE .


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CATHOLIC CHURCH NOTICE FOR SALE-ChrIstmas and every Mr. and Mrs W. I. Lawson and On Thursday night, October 1st
day greeting cards. Mrs. J. D. McCarthy little: : daughter of Clewlston were at the first meeting of the P. T. A.
Services will be held at the Sac 16-3t visitors who spent Sunday In Okee- the president Mr. Ernest Hunt, ...- I. .'fI"....- I
red Heart Catholic Church here chobee with relatives and friends.0 .' named her committees for the r 1
next Sunday morning at 8 o'clock. Mrs C. B. Dufltey has been con- year. One of the most Importantof You've been
All who will are cordially Invitedto fined to her room this week suffering these committees named was the
attend. from a severe cold and flu. I War Bond and Stamp committee.
The regular October meeting of co SIERS Too !
i the Parent-Teachers Associationwill The chairman of this committee Is
be heid at the school auditorium Mrs. Austin Pearce, and to work at
'I Thursday afternoon at 330. the school for her are Miss Juanita
Pearce and Weldon Draughton. .
Cctober 15th. The program com -
: mlttee has planned the program luanita and Weldon did very effective 1*. _- p
and plans for the Hallowe'en Carnival work at the school last I .

will be made at that time. AllI ear on. this. ._ same committee.,
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LEGAL HOLIDAY 1 k' present. i Gilbert; Theatre i
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I OXEECHOL'EE! !
II I YOUR TIRES NEEDRECAPPING !
OCTOBER i iI
12,1942 I ORVULCANIZING FRIDAY! & .' "T'llDAY:

-- ? Double Feature ProgramPENNY _

I -.- -00 to your local Rationing Board SINGLETON
and secure a certificate. Then and ARTHUR LAKEIn

St. Lucie County Bank Will Not I Humphries have your at tires Fort Pierce recapped, a firm by,

\,lth eight years experience the| BLONDIE IN SOCIETY
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be&t of equipment and a reputation T/u.L..j34
Be Open For Business for square dealing, who un- .INn
i j hesitatingly stands behind every- THE THREE MESQUITEERS I wCl4lire & cha 1
tilIng they sell. III 3# L a vla(

A large stock of all sizes rubber '
THE CODE OF THE
now on hand and we can usually
I OUTLAWSAlso ALL "good soldiers" aren't in the army. For that term
recap your tires same day they
are receIved If you have a tire .' aptly describes millions of civilians who have accepted war's
I : Late News and i- -- onicnces With all strained
cheerfully transportation
or tractor tire with a cut or break. ,
= -- = = -:::.:=- -- ... bring to us for our inspection. Pardon My Hirthmark-Buster i limit and buses carrying peak loads small incon-
I
Chances are we can vulcanize the I Keaton II I v..I, ',1Ces sometimes occur. We're doing our utmost to make
ire and make It give satisfactory j --------- travel as pleasant as possible, and later on travel as you

service. Don't throw your tire or I! stiivmv; MONDAY I like it will return. In the meantime, the war effort comes
ube away until you have had us LUM AND ABNER I IIn first. And to all America's "good soldiers" at home we say
; > amine It. I
We carry one of the largest new i i, sincerely: "Thanks for your patient understanding.."

tiii stocks on the East coast. Call I THE BASHFUL 1
I iA when you need a tire qUlckly,1)j
Large stock tractor tires ,, BACHELOR ,I150
Ship tires to line .\ : rathe News and t'nusual I. II. :\l\: Agent
your us by truck |
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Occupations -I"t Mi tr? "Ml I ill iMill M> irliuiir
.\ou want to save gasoline! and II agP
I 1U8 OKLECIIOBLE:: ag

ITJ time.Cne of the largest stocks seat'i I MIAMI BEACH BUS DEPOT aNr Pa'g rAkrNO 5uS

Coon East coast. Every color ;, Coming: I d. h Henry Hot.l BuIld... : ,
t'a tulh bound with beautiful leather. | Playmates I .. ..."""w I 538 Washington' A..... ::
Hut Rio S PHONE 5-1111 NA N
installed free.r Night In I e 4
plfte stock of Prestolite Batteries '' lucky Legi I 4
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IltMI'HIUES TIRE & i Hight
RE I'READING CO.Phone II
119 South Dixie Highway I I I Wednesday, Oct. 14thI
FT. PIERCE FL.\. Everyone It Invited ToIIt'nd I .
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Instead we've all been pitching in to lick the Down here live the folks we grew up Many competitors have abandoned

Axis. Hitler guessed wrong again. :with...our neighbors. We work alongside this market and are now devoting all

Take the electric repair dealers for instance. you, pay taxes with you and voteI I their efforts to serving their own home

They realized that one of the main jobs on the with you. So we have come to think of. communities.
home front was to keep your electriealequlpmentoperatingtbat .-_
you as our very own customers-so long t That means that somehow we've got
LOOK FOR THIS Sr i;<:': II I ".
the days of scrapping a broken : as we deserved your trade. to step up production so as to not only

appliance and buying a new one .,,\ '\" 10f u"0 To do that, of course we had to make fill the gap but meet the increased

were past. F '; Iy" as good Ale and Beer as you can get needs of our "home folks". And it's a
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So they've pledged to render you 3 : anywhere in these United States. vital need to many, a refreshing glass
11 t is linn
skillful courteous and efficient it of cold beer is .
I I'1 r a pleasant way to essential
wartime repair service to do We seem to have done that, because
.t relaxation and
I :? helps combat thetension
anything humanly possible to see th very best breweries in the country
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strain of the
the "duration". war job. zb
you through I. have come into this community and
Faced with demand
unprecedented
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See the repair dealer who dis- l -- fought for your trade. It was a good
the Atlantic has increased its
Company
plays the artime Service Plan symbol for
fair and proud that in the
fight, we are
production to the limit of the .
Hitler ; capacity ,
an appliance checkup today >*o: .
face of it Atlantic Ale and Beer have
like i i'. of its four brevteries without sacrificing
for held their lead all other
J &>>L (} I years over quality one iota. :...

brands. Sincerely, it's not a question of sell.

Now war has come along and the \
ing beer or making money. Under
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JtI.1' mirismIITICl. 11. needs of war have brought all sorts of present conditions we can probably sell

-.0.:I:..: .a:1Ar.,'r.. ft16 ''a r restrictions. Metal! caps restricted all we can brew and more. It's a ,t

deliveries and whatnot. You can't get matter of pride with us now, to keep

rOMDANr help-it's gone into the Armed forces the faith by looking after our own

.Wm h....M mllMM.' n iril.,tt tin tifmM
for of life. "home folks"
fe Into Mrt. fur npilr Interawt I to fight our way .
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'mintv, rinrlihi lniiiHnv, ,diilc the 7lli loll aforpMllil. 111lleitnvt iL S ) SmiB( nf riorliln, at 'I n:luuns ,
fuller ft. 111- .'. theliev holtli I tile milne' lielnn the llrat M.ni.liu' In "M 1,11' nl rinrldll, : I I .
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to Xi'ollnn 0 of ('hopt.r Ix.'DII, Ia.. sat < e.IIln( fllllHl tlteli'ln Inlel., pellilllijf I I" I I.. I I. "",,.k nieiinilcr) line I I Ihp front ,ilonr of HIM Court I Hum' I inIII lie It U'lnun, Hull I J U. A, tl.'Y" I, .Septi'iulicr, A, 3 Ii, 1111.

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of Florida' will offer fur null., >" mid,, n-- .',.. ..,'I I .. mil,, "h 'lirl' n.i. Hi,' lIf Con, T1r! ,' rTR ADINGtfI. I 'I'i ""'' MimlieK nt the CnnnU' llonr.li 'I I'iit'l4'"Fl' $ III Tl'l' : 1 IM 1 IN! VI<

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K'orl.lu! .
Till nnllee, I I. iiiiMlshoil, In' <'i>"niill' | i NOTICE OF ELECTION

nce with Medium" 711n(w nnil 270011,
Klorilit mtups. 11)41. I

lUi' HlatP Bonnl of f.I'II": Inn rePTVIK I
Ilio rluhl to rpjei't any nnil, nil ___ ..... "'" tii'hi. d IWI" kijheeM xexff ,Or .VIM vwmWT ww w t ..
.. I . said Election Precincts
"ndeUM> UM CoiutltutloD at MM, at nan lid S.rd majT us. the ilnkta* pu* the Stats of JI .
tllllSKv order nf tinKt.it.., ,' Itnird ..1 4 r.l of PlCII1da. ... i Jonsissneut eals Dade at asy eouorror b _b a Pd a 1. to 82 wcluaiv and 28 t 32 Inclus-
_1as 1 .ta.. KMeUI roM aid Drills Oaaa* and FIIS* Wats and except such o.rt Election P

ticilt loll.lI'E.l41)! 1. tim I..\M1 .. .._ .. eM .... of ftaW. .._ Plan OMnmlMion, Onmmlton xxnrtaai ftOLV1O.to Article 1. CD aumb 8 and 1 .

novi'rnoiAttest .... _l eM i...... .. I. -.14t. baa eensiM at .. OSM of .ade. tMa ot UM $ \of I._ I.
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r'ol.l'I; -IiLIilIi.: S rw SI ......nnaa elf as eM _. ". tram sack ixiugnasiiaial .mdl. .. Belallve OesMu* awl Anportlenment he,

lI"I'rllll""I"III, | of I'IIhll' In'tiii I ti i iOK _S to _: _I raw sewn*! road and krMac dUrtnetor existing on January 1, 141 a .* t Section 1 Agk_ at the said 0.

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.. prtnidMi that In eaM aaiiinmbomo oonfirmatlon Tb which day
I' ell.., .. 'S&art a* 8.. County a* a Senatorial Dts- & 1
"\l'"U"T: Tin O'ER'IlI' II va ... aS tinerere ads *. the valm thereof a* an tnmwt- members so appointed .b.1 .Dnu.l, *nd designate Oalhoon 1M1. _br Omlnn. Dis

M \\ ''.ElP"T.' flKHI' \ TIONrTC. ',... !tit'! e.nenit... ne ''Slrooet that mat han b t prtee bald tbenfor elect one I their .Q. Ovwtty a Ont t Mo l 1 .
'.. KMHIKMI tn TillU: r01 0'. DIM JoInt "_I"" bM _. I ehal1 nt t Mr value man of Omm.l. ..0 0- Mlnune Ont Com

I OS.l4I". OK \ldl I r '!9. Mil' pttt, 'n tfw nipptnn, of the !ltaw at pro* accrued In that eaM 2. Th mba at Commission BB IT RESOLVED BT TTR LBOfBLATCTRE mlsfttoners nf ., COlnt. pace 194
.\"I tKfll it. 101 trw Onrl Cwttav. M .NnrmnlMTM4 Investment shall bear Interest M the '.b*:appointed &January OP 71.OBIDA et epq except the ''mt embracedIn
THE STATE
Of Ok"'hoho.wa.: I'IIhll.h.! '"I "% i iIT ( rat at three (I) D cent per annumfeb 1. 1943 *nd shall serve respectivelyfor 01 to the aforesaid tl" Pene
That amendment
,. Hi for 0.,1 I ,l>. i Ilii.tntf \ I. te following numbered 24 and 29 and such
Okiwhohei I .
; at : I WOW TWR1TOM I N A tJWATwrpfnr The said Boar shill annually .* two three four and five Section of Article 1 01 the Constitution
$ i>f rinrldn. ) of etR t* of tit.'Rt.. ofPoi'tda. UM eaM fnd m eaen county aeeoimt yeara At tb. expiration of each of the of Florida relative Flection Precinct number 19 .

)..a.f"ollnl" "oo hivrbT IT, anttce' that a "r. nay current nrlncipe! such rrm a "cee. shall be to CensuS Stt apportionment east of the w.tn.bo o Blc.vD
of Okppijhnlipp. ) and maturing. If any of saId, pine sen* ro term o five designating Broward a* the Bay
Before; mp, n uotnry pulilli' In, ,ami I "i ithp CNBXAL eirCTIONvflt bonds and guolin or other fuel t thirty-ninth (391) Ouo' District The County Onmmlwlonprs, wl)4
nnil fil.il III' ,i"t 1. antlrltmtlnn' certificate of rich hall be elected In Dade Cnuntv at the
KH.IP oonntv Il 1 The the and Calhoun and Oulf County
ft APIA' )I. Mcfi oountr to fVirtdt memba
Ilv; npppnrpil' Tlrr-nt Bowdon '.'h" 'hIng ," on Tuefldav* rent merpPdlriv the flratMondnv ty or .fa f and bridge district .hll rec.l. cmpe/llloD C Cmmlulo a* the Count 14\) Districtbe general election In 1942 .hnl hold offlee -

liciti' ilnlj' .%%0r11 iiiconlliiK I I'' 'f\\' ,la IfoTtmbPt A D IMS. the I eppctal taxingdistrict u ecb Commissioner and the Is hereby agreed to fnr the t.r of years for
dppon.'i nil' HUM flint In In th. i-illtiM,. I mia Tuesdsj b lai the ".e secnnd. %o estabItnh shall receive his De e'l! traveling and shall be submitted to the electorsof which they .. been elected
of tin Oknorhnltp :NPUN II tIll tlint Ih.,01 t I a account te meet o other while the State ot Florida for ratification and their, t.rm of office shall not
lowing I I., to thp heat of 111" k"""'I
l hpllnf trnp ntntpnipnt of tin ov ternhlp nwolln or o'b.fuel' tax antlrlpattnncertificate duties. but such shall not ex be held on the first Tuesday after tie there hall be In each of
< n fnr the rmtlflrttioc' or rj etton ol MM where appear the ..n.t''Rt' the mm ol 160000 In any one first Monday In November 1943 the Districts' "irnnllnhed bv and IBpursuance
the if I I
mnnniPinont Pt'. "f "i cee .
.Bid Joint Rmolutlon* propol I ai Income any year or .... follow of this amendment sCotrntv
,nIl piihllrntlon for flip ,lilt"" nlmnn i "ii mcndmrat te, the Ooaitttutlna of eflitnl scheduled rmvment. 'a : who shall reside

th.. nnnre enptlon roqnln'il. I" 'ih" \, I tile Stat. of rinndt *te. thereon and any remaining bal 4. Among the powers granted t theCommIssion Section 3 The Legislature that .hal In his Oomml.lnn". but who be nominated .

nf .\ngn 24. 1012\) ::, n. nmcmlo.l' '.\ Hi, A rom RESOLUTION!: PropoMniM rmt of thll ..d. of said two by this Section .hAI be meet In regular session A D 1925 lid elected from ah.1 County at

Art Mlncli' 1913.: P1111.1,11 l.1 I In s" Amendawnt M Article 12 ol UCotutltutlon Ane fents of *,id taxes shall monthlv' the power to fix bag limit flu those that .h.t meet every ten veor'tb..aft' Larre Every County Commissioner of

tlon RS7. t'ontnl I.nw nnrt 1punliitt| .iprlntpfl of th. Stale of Florid dunn the veer b* by saidboard open and closed season, on a statewide ) apportion' the repre "nde County who shall he elected at

01* thp rpvprun "r thU in, I' Relating to Taxation and Plnane brAddtn a* follow- "mlt' ) ". regional o local basis' .It mayfInd .atatton In the Senate and thitli the general election In 1944 and thereafter
to be and for Senatorial Districts -
appropriate tn regulatethe provide ((401
fort hold' office for term nf
WittU. Thereto Additional Section cent to the State Road Department a
Ttint thp nnnip* nixl, l.1lr'n.. Creating a a Board of Admlnlatratloa the crnstntctlon o reconstniftlon nf manner and mptho of taking curb to be 8 nearly. four .hRI" The power dut'es and
.. ... tranaprtnl. using birds equal In population' pr.ct.abl.but enmnensatton nf such County Commissioner .
the niililliilipr' pilltor niuiniirluir' .11'' ; Pretcriblni Power, and State Rends and bridges within the > In
animals
I It fresh wn ei no shsll
kRil ruiolnp hI"nnll'rot nn> DutlM. and Providing .o tnt UM ofProceeds count* or few the lease. nr purchase "am.. reptiles and amphibians making Count apportionment and .hAI. be as from time to
,I' Cent Oalloa of nf hrld' Btste IttQhwsswithin Te .lch time icy
I'ulillihpr Oko.ohllh.'I'a ot Two pn
",n..tlll CommiMlon also have the each District atoll have one Senntor
f)1w,holipp.. FIn. Oaaolin o Other Motor Fuel Tai. tp t..nt.. ISO"!,) to b.11.1 gift all property provided that Broward County Florida ""Anprved bv the Governor Miv 1
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Editor.! Brvnnt BowoVn Ilk ,1''i..i I.. (II) the Pament and Retirement Tier rent te the Board of Conntv Com- aquir necessary useful or convenient shall constitute the Thirty-ninth 19"

Fin. at a OutRDdlnl Bond laaued Bf m'"n.' of mich county for use on for the u.e of the Commission, In tbs '39th Senatorial District and Calhoun ,. Filed in office Secty 01 Slat MayA

:2:. Tint th. n"'nor l I. Ok"" h"I",I, \ Any o 8pol.1 Road and ". and brlr)".a therein exercise of it* power hereunder County Porld. end Gulf Conntv 28 1941

Co., Plipprhnlipp Fin : .1 r. Birl i iOUpwnolipp Brld** OlntrlPt PO to First Day ofJnlT Idl Said Board .h.1) have mennnpr 5 Commission shall appointfix Florida' the Fortieth .

Fin RoW T.nMnrllii Ok.". A. D 193. Road and Bridge' to make and all nilep th Te of. and at pleasure remove f40) Spnatorlal' District: and sf JOTVT RESOLUTION Pno.'nl'

chnlipp. Fin : Brvnnt IIO\MMII| oin! .'|ii.hco Purpoe.es .. fo(C31 Public HIRbwar and renilntlnns nere.'nrv tn the fullenerelse a suitable person as Director the same time the Legislature shn1 on Amendment to Section I

I'ln : C'. F. Unnlemon I"t. 1'1"'"' Prpe of the flower hereby granted and such Director shall have such glen snoortlnn the repre entntlnn In X nf the Constitution of Florida' RPIntlng -
Fin : VnblP Llnttcnfoltpr 'I'n'lnlinaH.rm : RBSOLVTO BT ritz LBQIStATURE and. n 0 leg'slatlcm' hali b* rernilreit t power and duties a* mar be prescribed the Rouse of Rcr're.entattves anf to Homestead and Exemptionn .

Of TI STATI OF FLORIDA. render this amendment full f" b, the Commission In pursuance of shall atlow three (31, Rpprpsenrnrive" ss tO Permit' .tie Wagon 'alnrv' nrTncome

S. Thnt thp known bonrthoMc'rn. mortpaffpcu. flat the 1 and "tlAI effect and 'Its d"tle under this Section Such to each of the fire most oopiiloiicounties from Whatsoever
nn.1 otlip nppnrltliolili. >rn ,om I I Article U ol tae ConjtHutlon O .. .IA"" l.43 Trie LeffMaMirehalt .. -hall subject to the approvalof and two (2> Rpnrpsen-attv. Hue to any Per-on the Road of a Famlly .
Inn or holillnj 1 ppr rent or rnorr or stet. ot Florida relating I Tu.tl continue the levies of "Id tales the Commission appoint fix the to each of the next eighteen more as Provided Therein' t be the

tf.tn. nmonnt of bond mortffnppii. or I .d Pln.oe by adding tbe.tG a. during the Hfe nf thla Amendment salaries of and it pleasure .mnv.R.I.tnnt. nopiilous counties and one Represen Subject of Garnishment the Et-
I section to be a B and "ni not ensrt any law having and other emplovees. who fatlvp tn each nf the r.mnlnlno counties tent nf not more then 25% thereof In
fhpr i.',"rltlo'. .rp : Flrnt Bank of .alooa of eald Article IX the of wthd".Inl the nroc.ert. such and duties as nf the fltatp ar the time nf sitrhsnnortlonment the Conr' of this as May b*
fli...wl.ton. ripwlnton' Fin' filnilpi- ID Board 01 Admlnlntrntion: ore- of said, twn said ts.e. may be .vslirned to powers them bv the Commission Should the LegIslature Provided by Law Stnt! Psvment t

'.II.tlnr ro. Morn tlnvpn 1"ln.I41IYANT I elblnl eat Ite powere and duUe. ..DdtYdlD from the cmpfaMon n this amendment or the Director No Commln- fail to snnortlon the reneesentatIon In 'nv ObllrnMons, Ar'-lng' by Express
I nuwnr.v let tne u. ol proceed Th* Board refiinfltneexoeflees loner shall be eligible' for any such the Senate and In the Pou.e nf Renresentntlves Tmnllpd Contract" S-ibspnnerit tn the
Kuorn to nnd tnih.erlheil, hpfor n, gallo the gasoline and either exnenne for erv- ipnnlnfment nr employment' at any reirulsr session of Adoption of this' Amendment1: and

thin' 10t dn.,' of Octnlmr, 1TI2K 1::' I. ceDt mot p fuel I fo (I) the lee rendered neHf1ca11v' for or which 8 The funds resulting 'rem the frh* eff'stittir' at anv nf the timesherein further P"d'n. F.remPlons theretoIn

r :-ITF.f.In, )a. all oat- tn rirnnerly ehsT eabt t" trip account ineratlon' of the Commission' and from deslomated It ha1 tie 'h. duty Cases Income of I .. thanTwentyfive

\ntnrv I'lilille I In) ,II,,iiI I f"r 't it t Standing bond loued by any county of any ""nt tom funds distributedte the administration of the lawi and 'f the Legislature' nr Legislatures' suitS Ooiinrs net W"k Fxccnti

Florida nt 1.Il' I special and bridge d"trle eeneral' PTrtPnsp ,II.t"o ".tnln''o' to birds game "ert1ne such ee"ulat session' of 'h* tn Nece .'t1es, of Life as May b
f.on'\\ prior to the Pint Day nf July. "1 Brmrt top services rendered all fur fresh water fish 1.11.IRtur. either, In oeclal nr Rem Defined' iv the teclstature' !

M" Cnmmlimlon. .pxpln, Mot' *., 1'H4 I 1931 for mad and bridge purposes, the ewinHes, aillip sh.n be ororat 1 reptiles and smnhlblan together within tn anrtortlon the renrents.llnn P.F TT REIOTVm P.T TTTF t rot'
aDd for It Highway imnnt them and rmld' rmt nf said -" In the flpnnfe and In the
-- -- -- ---- ( puhlle lurpo. other funds snpclflcsllv provided I ATURE OP THE STATB OF FIOR'HV
OROFII OF riBiir \TIONTHK k hereby agreed to and ihall '"rdq on the .". basin said tax pro' for such oumose shall constitute the Tfouse of Perjresent"flvps s. hereinnfnvlded Thnt the amendment tn Section
.
STATE OF FLOKIDX TOI nltted to the eleeton of the State ot ppds are trlbutP'1, among the .evral 't.t" Clomp Fund and shall hp used The pfp..."'n. re.ulnr .drnl I Arl.folo.'n.' of the Cnnstltutlon

1'f: (" WITIUMl. nnd If nnrrl, ..1 4 Florida for ratification o rejection at pmmtleprovided' r'Mr of'CIII hv th. CommissIon as It shsll deem or regular Sfnte C.n.iis .hl.l. of al1h"Iln.! the garnishment -
beld .h.n be .chtrefniUr 'iv, shnll have been token '
be rnen
the next OcnerM Election t mRI. fit 1n carrying out the provIsIonshereof n.n. of snv ., or Income
1 ii.phri
<
n Mr WIIM\M < .
.
MI4. L.
1941. : U-talon of th '' 1stnre and for no other purpose ThCommlMinn .nMrlnnm."t of P nre entatlvp'n due any oer.nn who is 'he head nf a
'tlan nnmiIn l to nlnlntlf' iinkn'iwFtmnKTII a rolo.l limit the n '* tT",. n'
'nd the Teelgtt') iir may may not ohlluat itself F ," 'nnte > 'imllv *. nroidM' fiicrein tn he
16 Ttiat
"Section (f'l.
MrWIIIUMO. nml i If January let 1943, and for b.llnnlnl ".".. nf the P". hevond the current r'o"f *he ".nr..4"tRt'V.' hntl con-ni in rnilr puns o'hnreof, he nnd the game'I

mar IPlI SIC witllVMhir thereafter the tl ot two by the Oovernnt May 1Plielt 3tnt* Game Fund unless' specifically 'ng such snnortlonrftep! Tn hue e*.nhe i. "nr.\ ."" "M tn nrri, ." rip sub-
hn linnd. whom' ilirlntlnn nnm. l ltn I. "1 proe.d lw -'" '*, .'..t if ,1 Sfntp
plnlntln 1111 k 11'1\11. nnd',,' all .th.. ippr ( ) c.nt per gallon tta The Ieit1'.latur m..nn..' anv ton the renresentnHn" in the f.citur Ocnern' F""ofl. nf 18-
levied the law rn office Serty of State Mnr 'h.
.on.. known or 110 k ni"n Ill,,11111 1 Stat upon luoln. .. .s tie 0"'. endment pn-"nl"
sod other like of 13. 1M1 laws in aid' of but ant Inconsistent .nulr. 1v. In ,Q4' for their' re
iitiv Intprput a. lipr| ., ilMluppii, "lean! known prouct Tax with the nrnvlqinns, of this ampnd- 'he Oo--erncte thill fwifli'n' i1rtv duve.fter Inrtlonthnt Is to .sv that Section I
or nthor plnlinnnt under nn" nf fluhorMnnliovp 8w a* Inconsistent -. fhp sdlOMt-nrnent nf the remilnres'ilnr'i
other fuel. used to propel mont and ill p-l-tlng' laws of Article X he amended by adding
till Inod l d.'fi'ndnnt. or II 0' upon be < RESOt tT"1N Proposing herewith shell no longer r. '" 0511| the lpH'lflturp tfvprhprin >v,.rc.tn the following Section'
motor vehicle. collected JOIN "
of thprn or othprwl"p clnlmlnsr nn' placed monthly hal a'State Roads I \.nd"nt to the ",'titutlon of In force and effect All low flyby ptt'n' ."''nsrv .e slon tn ennsldp, Section I-A That the wlary.wi .
In to thp follnnlnit (Innorthed te State ol Florida to be Known vln'etlnn nf the hp nnflnn nf rennnortlnnmpnt and
Intprput or Distribution Fund' In State Treatrr i I' a n.'t.' for the pro .es and Income from anv *n"hnt..r -
property ultnntp, htntr n t and divided ((3) Ssi-tlon' 3 of Article XVI Relating t this smppdmpnt and nil lows .." pvtvfinr'llnfiry te..tnn nf the f,eiinrp *- due and owing' iw to become '
hpln In Okpcohohpp ('"lillI", FlorI.l'i1v1 i which Int tbre eu.1 'm.ndme"t Imnoslne 1..n." ts-ps shall' he enacted ." t. r" epbw rn.fllI""Ib" rpfulre' d". and to snv norton

,ofV (. nf O.'etloli 2' ,in..I part among lbs b distibutedmonthl. BB IT RESOLVED BT TTTB LEGISLATURE by 'le Legislature, from time A re''n.It' hp r.nr"'pni flnn s- n'hn l. thp head .Inl f-mllv residing

T'4 tIC "niHoll :21:: Town' hli.. follow: ..r cWtl' 0.THE STATE OF FLORIDA to timenprovd -nulr. ? .. 'I. sie"""-r't evtrnnrrtltrv brfoec ''n this State .hnl he the ehleet, nt.r".hm.n'

".7 onth,, HnntTP St E".tnRF.F.TI That the Amendment. to A hy the Oovernn? Mnv SIq' cll""Fnment aol "Men "" of thin
'olo.lnl ..
One part according to area one part XVTIof ." .nn .n en"d for r nnnrfon! ,"r.
Article
( II 3 ot ,
; : b* known Kite K* h" ,ItT
according to population and on. part -.nt not he limited! to .."''r" C0 m. t
"nT' ARE IIEKFBY VOTIFIFD the present Constitution b* and riled In office ect'01 Stat. MIT .b.I nntr"snnortlonment the e x" not move than 211
hat thprp hn. thin "n,' been flli-d' ITthp I according tG the cuntN' contribution the same l* hereby agreed to shall be t IIP pn< nf I".nt. 11-s nr .t.n sod slut0no.1,1cc "'"h alsry wares and Income for
to th* cost road oontructlon 191 1s effi.ofel
('lro,1t fnnrt In nnd for Ofcporholinp submitted to the elector of the State the nnrmenf of "nv oHiustlnns' sl 'f.
In the ratio of distribution Po'.Inesa other than suchnri
('0111"I V. T'orlda 1 Tn riinin. >..r' at the general election of Representatives pn hy cypress or Implied contract sub."wnient .
a* orovlded In Chapter 13639 Laws 01 TOTV1 **1nn Miinf t
A Bill nf Tomplnlnt' whprpln PAUKFKBROTIirn b* held tn the year A D IMS A RESOLUOl Pop.'n. to the adoption' nf title
Florida. ot 1931. and for the pur t Amen' '," Tune, T
in
Act 'r".le Approved by the Governor
*. R Florldn eorpnrntlon l lplnlntlfl I- t"- npndmpnt .rnvld.d however that
of based
apportionment on Florid BV
nnmpil and pe Constitution of 'dd.n. 'fl4t. '" lelslsturp shall not extend the
nnd yon nhovo contributions for the Section 1. I.' any regular 0 special ddltlonal Section Reiat- '
('. K. P1MW"' nr- .i.'fpndnntu, thp r>"rpo 'eost' Clunte' road construction th* or extra .,on. the Legislature I..to.n Flection of Circuit ludieBB p'lleA ,, office of Secretary ot State rt"pf nf Famishment as herein' nrov''cd -
.. of whlrh l I. tho forpelomire .>f n mount of established bY vote of three-fourths ot all member ni t "me 9 1941 where the sslnrv 1 a 40 00 or |lees
tnortirnirp pnniinhprlnif the nliove d i,' the tie contlbuton In 1931 elected to each Bouse shall determine n RESOLVED BT THE LFO1STURl per week ercent to necessities nf nr
by
certlrlclte ., OF THE OF FLORIDA tg ma. from time time b* defined
nrrlhed Inndu whleh I In of rm-nnl nmon- pursuant to Chapter 15859 ihall that an emergency requiringan STATJ nl A JOTNT RF9OttJTtON Prnnnsing t
That Article S nt be the I e.'lstCteeLoppoved '
the TnMlP Itprord"* of OkopphnlieiToiintv. be decision by the electors of the VT" ,f the
taken and deemed conclusive inomputlng eal. on Amend", to Ar"-le" "
amended bvtddlng
this he State of Florida' be bv the Ttinp 11,
to
trmrp exist amendment
27 < an
IWd Book (o."n
Flnrldn In the monthly distributable additional Section Ponstltutlon of the State of Florid
.mounr I thereto an 1 41
:ytlthprwif: \ nnd, you are herph'n* according to Constitution matter of such dealing emergency with may tb* be subject proposed i to be known a* Section 48 of said Relating to Cunl.. and Municipal P".< In ('fice Secty of Stat Tint
reoulrcd to flipnnr nnppnrnnrp tions Such fund so distributed' n
1.1 Article tn the Election nt Ctr- 1941A
vemment
.Inf."..' therPto. nprtonnll'' or In' nl I be administered by the State and U the proposed Amendmentbe .elatn.. and the same I hereby BB IT ENACTED BT TWP IFOT3IATTJR1 1
r vot:
\
agreed to by
a
tornp, nt thp offlep of the Olprk of Administration hereinafter crowded. "I Judlea *
a and shall be OF THE STATE
Okpcrliot'po of all the member elected to each 'leed t .ubmlt.d t 01 FORt
for
,. nnd .
th" rirenlt ( "rtn Home the same shall be entered upon .I.ctol ot the TMt the following t JOTVT HPSOLTJTIOt Pmnnslng
('nil"t'l'. Flnrldn. h Thnnepr' Ib) lbs a..ro M Chairman the their respective Journal with the yeas for ratification or ,'.ctlon at the Mel VTH of th Constitution th site A-"pnd-nPnt nf Section 18 of Ar-

nt trio Tonrt, HOIIUP In OkppetinhpnFlorldn State the State Com. and Dna thereon, Thereupon at the Oeneral Election t be held on the Stat et relating to Countyand tide| XVT of the C'on.titttinn of Florida
on the Rule fin In November troller .hal constitute a body same session the Legislature' provide first Tuesday .ftP the flr! .t Monday Municipal Government to be I Relating to Taxation of Pnn.r
A. J) n42:: the unmp holnir the porate be Known t* the '8tl for a special election .b.1 held ''n November as follows! numbered Seclton 11 of said ArtIcleVIII nf Cornorstlons with Certain,

2nd flaw of until Month falling whichil Board 0 AdmlnltatO which not less than ninety more than Section 4( shall be end the same Is hereby agreed tiring for Rellffioui' Scientific Munlct.

.erw pro confeMo will IIP entered hall .uCCld 1 tl. power control one eighty day no after ad neresfter b* Clr..lt Jud.e Qualified to and hall IIP submitted to the electors nIl educational Literary Iat.ra
n 'nln.roii and the mime allowed, to and authority .ttut. Bad "" tu,0 for publication of elector their Judicial 1 ot the State for ratification or or ChnrltsMe Purnoses

proropil PT pnrtp. Administration 8ld Bad notice thereof at which special election ,ircxilts other ".p.ctv Countvifflclals rejection at the n.1 general' electionto B"1 IT RE! v By T t"iTS.LaTTIRE .
\vtTNF The trO A 0 KVVFH. .., in addition to p.e. the proponed Amendment ball be are elected be held In tov.mb.r. 1942 to-wlt OF TJ IT'm\!

Jndarp of the rirenlt Court In b* conferred upon It by submitted to the lectors ot the Statefar Tb first electIon 01 Circuit Judge Section 11 Commissioners Section 1 That rolo.lnl
and fur Okpprhohpp rnl1hl'F1nrl'" management control and supervisionf approval or rejection: provided ihall be beld at the Election of Dade .. who .lal be amendment to Section 18
in nlnn! the neat thereof nt the Court I proceed of laid two ((2cl cent that If a general election of Representatlvee in 1948 take OenPa the tint elected at the general election 1942 X nf the f'ionstitutinn of the Stat
ttonup In Okppchohpp Flnrliln, thin .said taxes and all money and otbe t* tn occur within said period Tuesday 1 the first Monday In shall Immediately after th" beginning, t' "* relating' to taxation of theproperty

10th Pay of Spptemhpr. A P 1012.HOY ::. tt which o the .fect.* d.t such Amendment ihall be submittedto January. .le, for t term of six yean of their terms of rediatl let I, nf corporation with, certaiBevemntlone
n. RU'r.F.R1I0S. are o the electors at such general election The ot all such office a* they Dade County into five County Com for religious scientific mu
Clerk of the Clrpiilr Court In nnd, become applicable to the bond a th* shall .tern exist at the tIme of missioners' DI.trlct t b numbered nl.lnl educational 1 literary tR"r,1
several ot thie any
for Okepchohpp County. Florjcln, cntle. 8t.t. o IT a majority ot the electors voting adoption.of thIs Amendment be hv the old from one or charitable ournnses b
.pla ra brIdge d.trlct. o shall .hal to five respectively and the same 1. hereby and chill
(1iI..1I upon the proposed Amendment and they are hereby extended t terminate dPln.lI n..f
A true copy nttut lasued apl.1 to taxing July lat 1931 'thee' adopt the Amendment. the same shall on the first Tuesday .fte the bo""dale of such .ucbmR"n.r be subpil, "ed to elpptnr nf the

toY 11. RAft.ERIOV. and bridge Th word become a natO of this ConstitutionThis first Monday In January U- as to include within the respective .- 8t-fp nf FlnMda for ratification' or

Cleric! of the Clroult Court In unit "Bond a* purpose herein shall Include Ame-lment ball not b* held to Approved by UM Governor June u Districts, territory aa follows Dt* rejecting I I u.t_the._pert_general ..elprtlonTO
for Okcpcholjpi ('uilflt;", Flnrlila, honda time we note and .* .,, ** IP anvwlHe .ffpc* .nv 1941. One OL the said Commlsslnners' > DP 01 ii ) r.nt. listing provision th* Constitution Filed In office ot tat.tuna triers snail comprise inv wrriiorr tl. ald "petlon 1f nf "MP XVT pit
((1I'RII form* indebtedness issued for road 0
8crt
0 0 was on the day of April Constitution trip State nf
relating to but shall) b* 10 t. PlO
1941 .hl.1 .
Rt'otn.Aron1la nd by county or Ammdm."t
M. A. brIdge purpose* any 1. rpctlon Pre M .
embraced h amended
Florida.Att'irnov road district regarded a* method W t sefollow.
specIal I and brldg I or .ddlt"na clnct, numbered inelia1" .'

for rillIntIfI'SERVICE. ehe ecl.1 tubS dtlct out Amendment 'h.ret Oovernot S A JOI1 Rl 11 UTION Proposing and also such Dnr.2 t' P.ctlon Pre "! Id Thp Kroner** n*
.
1st 1 retundtne Ape te I. an u Article Sixteen of rlnctx ( 11 aaI .
n""h.r.d cornorstiona' pveent thp onsrty of
MEN shall b...lue thereof Statutory Said. Bad. 191III ta office Beet ot 8taU. Us? s th thereto* Constitution additional il Florida Section by Permitting adding I II eat B."all *as..t.r shore by of a resolution Biscavnp .. J ipnrnoratlnn .hl.1 shah constructchin a

One Board 0 County Commissioners and 1141! the a vest the Powersof blah' or b., .nnfl across the nentnstila -
nf the
(Continued from Page Bond and of any other LI"I.tu Re Ot. Cm.Ion. nf If thp Lp's1-tiir'

me." Autbort 1t road and bridge A JOITTt 1EUOI Prannerng maln. Rue OoDraton ad Rgl.ton SaltWater nf toss stild designated Cnunty Resolution.l No10TT hmtlit' so, pnaet whpthpr h."t"ff

.Iatlcr. and other taxing dis in tof the Fish and Productsin nr heree"er IncnrnnrstPd .IRI erpv
munitions .pl.1 W.te -
Leading Ooebbels Into a with lo Constitution of the State ot Florid 1_ to tn-stlnn tiniest,
Commission ,
tb. nl.rd lid a the shall ""r
t Sad Another at
o .t Dof" he lucId and it.pd the "
th to the
factory where lean and hungrymen except that 'I Iftlv* to Eueutl. Dp.rment. Bf IT RESOLVED BT TRZ LBX31BLATURI eomprls the the .
M ..\\orem taxee M expressly withheld bv Adding an .t't" tlp. nnp-fnurtti thefpnf foe religion
tha OP THE FLORIDA tprrttorv .",. the let day
were sweating at their labor from said board) and shall tak overall tion In (Jam aid freab That Article 81.STAT the Constitution of April rn Onmmlalnnen' *- I ,scIentific, ",nl".1 1ucatinnal ttt"
11. em"r.e .,
end record Wafer Pish CommissionBE erary nr Ptiarltahr
of the men to paper doment b "d -
ordered one ol the Stat at '
Hitler Said IT RKSOLVTO BT 11th LBOTSLATORB .Ioldl D.r'l In Cmml. fuses5 however thin amend.1mert -
.ncrl. ama B S "' '
-
t adding thereto sioners as
approach him. '1 power from OF TUB STATB OP FLORIDA m.nde by known a adito D.trlr of.,Coun slugS "t affect the nrnvlslrm,
mut- to, lesue bonds mature the following Amendment tloD to be a to lo1 1 n tl. Mn"t. of eetlnns 1' end M "f Article
sho Hitler rfundlo t Tat t said Article 16 County atpar n
"Now 111 you .utbor.n. 0 of
within .Id fifty IM year rv nt the O'ltto of 3 C"'tlltn. hp Prm-tltiiUnn nf Plnrlila"Btnvpd
he drew hU Stat of Executive to vest the u. ma- 11 I by the .Tune n,
tered to Ooebbels as period fo any of said outstanding Fiona LI.latur and regulations mating toooniervstIOO nf the sell OommtMloner' *' O".mo
and handed bond l ttre thereon and t ee- Department by adding thereto full and "n"tl. the fl
holster of salt D1
pistol' from Its pled** of additional to be Known .1" ( oRn In' t.rlto
Piled
qsry laSs
.1.1 1 .Dtclpt 8"t1O salt In or com which day
Section 30 IV, .c b ( te f. '
It to the laborer. 11 f uch gasoline obe .Id Arte cresting DUC hereby 1941 I. Cnmmlsfilonprs' DIs- Sine H t1
t I "mble ,
be to a Oame and Com
comrades I dltrbute Pl Pl agreed to and rn Boo rP" Tne east wttk
Shoot five of your a* Herein bn not ml8o be earn Berebv .ba b 1t t t' ."I"e II lnt
.n' the elector of of County sail, proposed the
Hitler barked.The1 rate of interest then eMoad tr and shall submitted t. t 'tt Pla 'l "I""t" e.
b Ominty
ratification at
right now now bear: and .. same. sell o th* Hectors or the 8'.t at Florida Oeneral or Election 0 be heW the mIion.o l'd. the territory wnichwa ,d.cl.rU. e .
-
,worker coolly without question on bubal of any county for ratification or at the l b 8b"l tl. .
hl 0 "I"o first Tuesday ah UM first Monday on the fmt day ot April. 141embraced r"-lnn a* ore-
1 .
the ante of Oeneral flection so on the
the order. Five shots I Nt November follow Flection numbered Saw
tn i15.rUon.
obeyed
.. t Plnct "I.
.
It
Tuesday after the first Monday t
range out and five German work- ....Aletnet. orann 0 t..mb a* Mlowyj- -Section n,, 1 LI.. saay TS 91 In. ".. etab- C PondS _
11. |i'sl'.d hy the aforesaid tto
8th' *e01. Prom and after January !m euexV R"UtlO I T w.. I
men fell dead. ..- sMIr'patlnart1flcete t 3 the. management reetoiatton now created or UUM xaay created tom set

"That's, good" Hitler praised the \ beevlsjf Interest M eomervsuion and regulation ot by It. authority to nuk establish AnoUMT ctM It Dlntrtets sttalleompriiM and sfftxed the Orent Beal .
D
man es > war eesM txr the Mr*, tan for bearing anteanH, rule and rerulaUone wltnotrl regard d t&t which .on the State of Po M Tmhassee. *
man. "Tell me my good ,, ._ smd and f water flan ot tM (tat* of M anlformlty ot "I."O relating the 1941. .mb 8 the thN4ay .
to the __m' flan in District tet Antmat
from eM setabnehm Ortlnna'
.d t &.
where are you I et f *. t and management, 01heSth'I sad salt water onxtoeat." t Bk "F" o the Minute GttAToreta .

-Warsaw Poland" the worker re- E .. 44..d.. _c esfuges. rOr- Approved IM GovernOr Jyjgt- UL of the Om 18 of .& *? of ftatB, j

plied.-Your Life Magazine. f sad a _._ County at 1. a wq _







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