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Title: The Okeechobee news
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Publisher: The Okeechobee Publishers, Inc.
Place of Publication: Okeechobee Fla
Creation Date: October 30, 1942
Publication Date: -1992
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Owners Will Save PRECINCT NO. November 3,OKEECHOBEE 1942 COUNTY, FLORIDAMake I MEN IN SERVICE



By Amendment 1 a Cross iX) Mark before the Make a Cross (iX) Mark before the fish creating a Commission and conferring I _
name of the Candidate of your choice, name of the Candidate of your choice powers to administer laws for The Okeechobee News would like
or If you wish to vote a Straight or if yOU wish to vote a Straight such purpose. j to have the address of as many of

Okeechobee county property own- Democratic Ticket make an X In the Republican Ticket make an X In the I For the Amendment. the Okeechobee County boys who
ers will circle below: circle below.REPUBLICAN,!. ---- are in the service as
escape the burden of $2.- | Against the Amendment, I we can get
133278 in road and bridge bond DEMOCRATIC NOMINEES NOMINEES No. 4'CONSTITUTIONAL There are a number of persons here
debts Incurred i who want to send boxes to the
during the boom and
: AMENDMENT: :
prior to 1931 and the county will O O ARTICLE V I I boys and have asked us to try and

receive: an additional $2944098 In To amend Article V of the Florida get the names and address of all

cash star new and reconstructed To be Representative In Congress from To be Representative In Congress from Constitution by adding Section 46 providing of them If possible. In order to get
highways within the county, if the s IOIRTII Congressional UI trkt. lOlltlll Congressional District. for the election of Circuit these articles In the postofflce In

proposed; gas tax amendment is Vote for one.: Vote for one: Judges. time for them to reach the boys
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e passed In next Tuesday's election: PAT CANNON BERT LEIGH ACKER I For the Amendment. for Christmas It will be necessary
This is according to figures re --- ---- ---- I Against; the Amendment. that you turn In these names and

leased this week in Tallahassee by ,I ------ No. ..5COSSTlTUTlOSL addresses within the next few daysso
the State Association of County Representative In Congress from the Representative In Congress from. the AMENDMENT: please drop by the News office
Commissioners. The Okeechobee : state of Florida at Large. Mate of Florida at Large. ARTICLE XVI and leave the address of your son

county board of commissioner has ., Vote for one: Vote for one: To amend Article XVI of the Fieri- or someone else that you know
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officially approved the amendment.The LEX GREEN Ida Constitution by adding; a section about.
figures are based on tabulations ,= =--.- I permitting the Legislature to vest .
prepared by the Auditing Depart'ment '. ritOPOslD -- -- -- powers In a Board of Commission to Willie Norris who has been em-

and the Division of Researchand For Justice of the Supreme Court AMENDMENTS: CONSTITUTIONAL:: make rules and regulations relating ployed by Gilbert Culbreth at the
to the conservation of salt water fish
Records of the State Road De Vote for : City Service Station for the past
three and salt water
products.
.
-- No. 1 several left
partment.For years Sunday night for
ALTO ADAMS ('O):> Sl1Tt'TIOLIESDIEST: : : For the Amendment
the entire state the amend. --- -- -- -_ Dothan. Ala where he enlisted In

ment will liquidate $171.995.05 H. L. (TOM) SEBRING To amend ARTICLE Article IX IX of the Florida -- Against the Amendment, ---." the United States Army Air Corps.
worth of high interest bearing road< GLENN Constitution No. 6 He was accepted for limited mil-
TERRELL bj adding a section to be
.. .. ..
and -- CONSTITUTIONAL: AMENDMENT: : itary service in that branch
bridge bonds and provide more Section 10 creating a State Board ol of the

than 400 million dollars additionalover __ t .. _____ ________._ Administration providing that for ARTICLE VII, SECTION 3 armed forces
To amend Section 3 Article VII .
of
the 60 I fifty yeais 2c per gallon tax C
-year period for perfection on gasoline of the Florida Constitution
the and fuels used to motor relating Lieut and Mrs Chas.
of state and county highway propel to L Rauler-
I _____ .. vehicles shall census and apportionment; provid-
be set aside
for pay- son and little daughter
systems without additional cobt to ing that in the 1925 regular sessionof Lynn, of
i lupayer lor Railroad Commissioner ment and of outstanding county or road the Legislature and in each regular Hobe Sound spent Monday and
bridge district
The amendment makes it no longer Vote for two: forms of Indebtedness bonds issued or prior other to session every ten years thereafter, Tuesday with relatives and friends
representation In the Senate shall be here. Lieut. Raulerson has
necessary for counties to levyad 'ERRY W. July 1. 1931 and for public highway recently
CARTER reapportioned to provide for forty been promoted to the rank
of First
valorem taxes for the purpose -- purposes: vesting In bald Board the
EUGENE 8. MATTHEWS senatorial districts as nearly equal Lieutenant In
the
statutory of Boards quartermastercorps
powers of
of paying the old road and bridge County
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Commissioners In population as practicable, and that of the
and Bond Trustees army.
bond debts because it
turns the
Broward County shall constitute the
with regard to such bonds (except the 1 *
task of liquidating these debts over 30-h senatorial district and that Cal- ,
power to. evv ad valorem taxes, whichIs
to the already existing Board of houn and Gulf Counties shall consti- Herbert Nix, son of Mr. and Mrs.

Administration
Treasurer and State Comptroller) Vote for one: buted on a three way basis area popu- For the Amendment listed in the United States Navy
for payment from two cents of the --N.- RAY CARROLL"-- lation and count contribution to Against; the Amendment and Is home for a short stay until
present gasoline tax. State road construction In the ratioof he is called to active duty by the

The measure does not change the ---I __ distribution a.s provided in Chapter CONSTITUTIONLMENDMENT No.7 : : Navy .
13659 *
Acts of 1931: Also authorizing
method of allocation of tax for in ARTICLE VIII
gas Krpresenta'lve the
Legislature
the Board of Administration to issue SolIe: Ellis left
Sunday night for
revenue, this remaining the sameas To amend Article VIII of the Flor-
Vote
for one: refunding bonds maturing within said
Dothan Ala., where
he
went to
it ida Constitution by adding Section 11prol'ldlnsr
has been since the 1931 leg ------- -
fl.ty And
peiod:
year gasoline or
enlist in the
W J. HENDRY for re-districting the County United States Army
Islature. After each county's road fuel tax anticipation; certificates bearing
Commissioners Districts of Dade Air Coips. He was there last week
nond debts are paid that county I Interest at not mote than 3' per
County providing that each County and was virtually accepted at that
continues to get the benefits in cash annum, and authorizing any surplus,
Commissioner shall reside in his dis-
for and I'or County Commissioner' DM. No. 1 after meeting debt requirements, to time but had to be there Monday
new reconstructed roads
trict but
shall be nominated and
afternoon when he was actually ac
be divided 80 to State Road Department
Vote for one:
within the county. elected from the county at large and. cepted,
and. 20'$0 Commissioners
County
TFor fixing their terms of office .
The amendment has been en- | B C. SWAIN for road Authorizing

__ :.. _ purposes.
dorsed by the State Chamber of I said Board to Invest and re-Invest i For the Amendment. Jerry and Teddy Oreenber spent
Commerce the State Association of funds of one county In the bonds of I Against the Amendment, Monday In Miami where they wentto
County Commissioners the State County Commissioner Dlst. No. :Z another county at 3', Intel t. And -- No- 8CONSTITUTIONAL enlist in the army. Teddy was

Association of County Attorneys Vote for one: __________ provIding the Board for of payment Administration of expenses And of : AMENDMENT: : accepted and enlisted In the cal-
64 of the 67 Individual county com- \ C. F. WALKER that said Board shall; have ARTICLE X, SECTION 1 vary while Jerry was rejected for
providing To amend Section 1 of Article X of service
missioner taxpayers' groups and the power to make and enforce all military on account of his
I the Florida Constitution relating to
scores of Individuals throughout the rules and regulations necessary to the ejes Teddy will leave today to
homestead and exemption providingtha
state prominent for their Interestin I For County Commissioner Dist, No. 3 full exercise of the powers conferred enter the service.
Incomes of the head of the family .
public affairs and the future Vote for one: upon it by the amendment---- sha'.1 be subject to garnishment to the
welfare of their state It also has Ernest HILLIARDI Fur tne Amelidmeni. extent of not more than 25r; thereof John H. Walker son of Mr. and
been endorsed by most of the dally ,Agiinst the Amendment_- and providing exemptions in case of Mrs J. H. WJalkec; Jr., who Is

newspapers of the state as well as I Income of less than $25.00 per week with the United States Army In

by scores of weekly newsppaers. County Commissioner Dlst.. No. 4 No. :2 except to the necessities of life as may Australia, has recently been pro-
(ONSTITITION AMENDMENT: be defined by the Legislature moted to the rank of sergeant.
"Although the aJ.'ndment has
Vote for one'C : ARTICLEll 'or tfie Amendment .
received such unanimous endorsement To amend Article XVII of the Flor-
we will not be able to en- E. DRAWDY ida Constitution by adding Section: 3 Against; the Amendment. Mrs. R H, Singletary received a

Joy Its benefits unless the peoplego I providing that t proposed amendmentsto No. 9 letter this week from her son

to the polls and ratify It", said --L-_____ __ the Florida Constitution may be C ONSTITCTION AMENDMENT: Harold Wilkerson who Is with the
Representative Bill Hendry recently for ('ounl) Commissioner. ()(.t, No. 5 submitted to the electorate by a regular ARTICLE XM, SECTION 16 Navy forces in the Pacific In whichhe

"Even If the war conditions cut Vote for one: special or extra session of the To amend Section 16 of Article XVI states that he Is getting along-
---.- Legislature, by a three-fourths vote of the Florida Constitution relating
down revenue from the gasoline fine. Of course he like all other
R. E. BASS of all members elected to each House to taxation of property of corporations -
sailors In the Is
Pacific
seeing
tax as much as 50 per cent for as -- -- ---- -
and providing for the calling of a permitting the Legislature to
long as four years, we will still be ----- special election within ninety days to exempt the property of corporationswhich plenty of action these days

able to liquidate these bonds with. I'or :Member SChool Board Dist. No, 1 act on such proposal. .____ shall construct a ship or barge .
out ad valorem taxation for them, Vole toi one: -For"the Amendment. canal across the peninsula of Florida Frederick Kohl Jr., who went to
"I: is an opportunity the first AgalnsthAmendment." and providing exemption from taxa- the United States Army from here
one in the history of the state for W. H HARDEN tion of the property of corporationsused In August, has been transferredfrom

voters to reduce public debt and i I _. ._._ No. 3 to the extent of at least one- Camp Blanding to Drew
forth thereof for religious scientific,
IEST
save themselves taxes at the same ('OSSTITUTJOSLIESD: Field at Tampa where he is with
for :Member School Board DM. No. 3 ARTICLE IV municipal educational literary, fra-
time. I that inter
hope everyone the Air Forces.
ested In his own pocketbook and Vote for one: To amend Article IV of the Florida 'ernol or charitable purposes. .
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Constitution by adding section 30 providing -
the future welfare of the state will W. J. THOMASSVBSTNTIL for conservation of birds game, I For the Amendment. Word comes to us that Sergeant

cast their ballot on this most Important I fur bearing' animals and fresh water Against the Amendment: Fulton L. Smith has been trans-

Issue. The amendment appears ferred to Camp Roberts in California -

first among the amendments Sergeant Smith Is the son

printed on the ballot." Pt'RCH\SES made before noon Saturday. And YES, Reduces property taxes by it out of politics. Permits sensible of Mr. and Mrs. L. A Smith ofEnssln

--v NEEDED TO KEEP CP OUR do not forget. A few small pur- ;relieving road and bridge bond service statewide program of conservationby r and has '"been In the

FLORm.Bl'SSES CARRY BOND RECORD FOR OCT. chases soon count up on the score taxes, Provides 4c gallon for constitutional authority. WE army since 1937.
I sheet. highways Permits refunding at 3 STRONGLY URGE ITS PASSAGE .
THREE :MILLION PERSONS
FLORIDA Is maintaining her lead Arrangements for the "TheatreBox percent Stabilizes bond debts. Creates BY VOTING YES. A letter received last week by

WITHOUT A FATALITY among Southern States In the pur- Party" Nov. 11, are shapingup surplus for sinking funds and No. 4. "ELECTION OF CIRCUIT Mrs, R. H. Singletary from Enoch

chase of War Bonds and Stamps nicely and a complete programwill to county and state highways. (The JUDGES" (Amending Article V). Walker who is on a submarine in

Tampa, Oct. 27.-The carrying of and we are well on our way toward be outlined next week. Much 2c now provides more funds than Provides election by direct vote of the Pacific states that he Is get-

more than 3,000000 passengers In the SECOND HUNDRED MILLION.In Interest is already being shown and the original 3c tax). WE STRONGLY the people Instead of primary selection ting along fine. In his letter he

busses by Florida motor bus operators fact Florida has a $17,000,000 Gilbert states he expects to have URGE ITS PASSAOE appointment by executive, says that there Is no need to worry

in the past nine months start on that SECOND HUNDRED more boxes donated for this occa- No.2. "SENSIBLE, EMERGEN.1 with approval of Senate. We can about the Japs because they are

without one passenger fatality is MILLION and Interest In the stateis sion than were brought in for the CY AMENDING STATE CONSTI- | (et good men either way IF ALL no match for the American sol

truly a safety achievement, states growing every month. one ]held in,, September. Ladles, TUTION" (Amending Article I' PEOPLE VOTE FOR GOOD MEN. diers sailors and marines.

Ashor Frank, director of the Flor- With the severity of the Solomon start arranging your models early. XVII Intended for constitutional No.5. "SALT WATER FISH .

ida Safety Council. battle now raging and the reportsof Remember prizes for the ones action aiding national emergency COMMISSION" (Amending Article Woodrow W. Parsons (Is a private

"Human life is Just as precious casualties among Florida boys we bringing highest prices durng the war. Three-fourths off XVI Provides authority to fit first class. He has Just been trans

today as before the war", states read of nearly every day it Is vividly W. R Page, Chairman f esslslature may submit emergency regional needs, to round out the ferred to Key Field Air Base, Key

Frank "and we are proud that the brought home to us the need I''Okeechobee County War Savings amendment at special election not conservation plan and Improve its I Field MIss: which is on the out-

bus operators In spite of their contribution : .>S our helping In every way pos-'' CommitteeV less' than three months nor over service, and- _eliminate poltics we skirts of Meridian Pfc. Parson was

of manpower to war demnnclff sible. We must buy more and more V six months after adjournment. lope. WE STRONGLY URGE ITS stationed for many months with a

have maintained such a bonds. Loan our money to our government T\ ,\\'ERS ASSOCIATION Florida lost about fourteen million PASSAGE.No. service squadron in Gunter Field

fine safety record in public trans- now while It Is jet time I I CUES OPINIONS ON HOW dollars by delaying In adopting its 8. "CREATING SENATORSFOR Ala. In a letter to the News received -

portation." for it to help them who are fight. j I TO VOTE ON AMENDMENTS: : federal Inheritance amendment because BROWARD AND CALHOUN- Friday he said "We have

VTRUBiE tng for us. > of present plan. Old age askance GULF COUNTIES" (Amending Article swell ships here and different kinds

I'NDERIIILL ?The following Is a tabulation ;, Tampa Oct. 29.-Following care by federal grant was long VIII, Sec. 3)). Population Increase and we are 'busy learning all the

sales for the past three months ful analysis of the nine constitu- delayed waiting for general elect- warrants their representation. !latest. Mississippi weather don't

based on Incomplete returns: I tional amendments to be voted upon ion.: Quick action might be needed We favor redistricting of the exactly compare with our swell

Fort Meade Oct. 24-(Special)- July $10,399,933 In the November election the durng war and the adjustmentsafter whole state. WE RECOMMENDITS Florida climate but can't be choosyas

Truble Underhill, 53, dropped dead August .. 6,950,383 I I j Florida Taxpayers Association, the war to cooperate with PASSAGE. this Is,war. Doubt if I stay on
from heart failure at his home in September 10,894,727The I through a special committee en- 'ojr Federal Government WE NO, 7, "DADE COUNTY AMEND this side much longer." Well -

Pahokee Friday. Mr. Underhill had total sales In Okeechobee dorsed seven and disapproved two STRONGLY URGE ITS PASSAGE. MENT TO REDISTRICT ITS happy landings, Woody.-Hendrjr

been In ill health for three or four county so far for the month of I'' A statement concerning these No.3. "FRESH WATER FISH COMMISSION" (Amending Article County News,

years. He la survived by two brothers October are $400.00.. I amendments as released for publication it GAME COMMISSION" (Amend VIII, A most important amend Woodrow Parsons went to the

. and a sister W, H. Underhill This Is a fine showing but to keep this week U aa follows.No. ing Article IV). Improves operation ment. Recent grand Jury recom- army from Okeechobee and Is con-

Fort Meade; Walter Underbill up our wonderful average of 300 I 1. "GAS TAX ALLOCATION Fresh Water Fish & Oame Com- mended that Hlllsborough have sidered one of the Okeechobee

Tampa, and Mrs Mattie Durrance, percent or better several more sub AMENDMENT" (Amending Article mission in Florida where different this privilege for better govern- County boys who are now in the

Fort Meade stantial purchases will have to be IX. MOST IMPORTANT TO VOTE regional conditions exist and takes (Continued from Page Two) service



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PAGE TWO TilE OKEECHOBEX NEWS FRIDAY, OCTOBER 30, 1942
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I.r Just a word here about thei i i FLORID POWER & LIGHT 1 Mrs. R O. Gillette of Okeecho- At a meeting in Jacksonville last I Joy does not happen It Is the

(Okcrcljnhe Nl'\15.{ "meat specialties" which do not COMPANY: ADS JUDGED bee at present living In Danla, has week Mrs. E. L, Shuler was elected inevitable: result; of certain lines

come under the rationed meat supply BEST IN U. S. FOR YEAR been very sick with an advanced as a member of the school council followed and laws obeyed, and so

Published Every Friday by the I I I but are considered having the stage of sugar diabetes. She Is Improving for the city of Jacksonville.a matter of character.-M. B. Babcock -

Okeochobe News Co., at Okeecho- same food value found In cuts of I gradually and will soon ,
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be, Okeechobee County, Florida. I meat, The list of specialties Includes Florida Power & Light Company answer the many letters from Vand
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liver kidneys, sweetbreads advertising which has been appear- :i friends here. What stubbing, plowing, digging,

heart, brains, tripe and tongue. ing in The Okeechobee News has I harrowing Is to the land that Work Is a stimulus to work and
BRYANT BOWDEN ....... .... Editor I
I I Look up ways to cook these specialties been adjudged the best utility advertising Mr and Mrs W. J. Hendry and thinking. reflecting, examining is loafing a stimulus to laziness. -

Entered as second class matter so your family will enjoy I in the country for the son Bill returned home Sunday to the mind,-George Berkeley W M. Hunt.

July 1. 1914 at the Poet Office In I them more often. Calf liver Is year ending October 1, 1942. from Gainesville where they spent -.---- -- ..-..- ... ..

Okeechobee, Florida, under the I being used by our army now so buy Each month throughout the year Saturday and Sunday attending the

Act_of March 8. 1879SUBSCRIPTION.. ._____ beef or pork liver which are cheaper : advertising of the nation's utility !nfornil meeting of the Florida Every Dollar Maes! 'Em Holler!
Is rated Public Utility
1' and yet Just as nutritious, Try i companies by Legislature and also the football

RATE I a tasty liver loaf or liver pie. I Ad.Views on the basis of copy, there afternoon
Saturday
... .. game
$200
One In advance
sear Next week we will learn more art work and appeal. Advertising of

Six months In advance .. ......... 100 I about the preparation of meat for 172 utility companies was Judged. -

Three months In advance ........ 75 I the table, I Floilda Power & Light Company Mr. and Mrs.-0-Van Lightsey spent lrrfil ear

I scored 50 points to 39 for
Advertising bills are payable on -----v Duquesne Sunday in Miami where they wentto
I Power & Light Co of Pittsburgh, Ml IIMti .
the first of each month. Parties I CIIIRCH OF CHRIST SCIENTIST:" visit their son, Lloyd, who Is with
I the runner and to 38 for Philadelphia -
unknown to publishers required toI up the United States Navy stationed
LESSON SUBJECT FOR NOV. 1
I Electric Co. in third place.
pay In advance there
|I Florida Power & Light Company .
"Everlasting punishment" is the finished third in the two -o- 'I
previous
Reading notices In local columns, subject of the Lesson Sermon I Mr. and Mrs. Leland Pearce have
10 cents a line Rates for display years r
announced the arrival of a
which will be read in churches of young fJ
Bernal E. Clark, Advertising
advertising furnished on application -
son that was born at the Fort Pierce
Christ, Scientist, throughout the went into the armed
ser-
Classified advertising, 2 cents Manager hospital Wednesday morning He QS
world on Sunday November 1, vice several months as a first r
each word per Insertion, All Items ago has been named Leland Sidney
regarding enterprises conducted for The Golden Text is: "My son, lieutenant in the army Ted Johnson -

despise not the chastening of the who did some of the writing -0- ((4 .t.Si
profit are chargeable at rdvertlslng I I copy Mrs. C, P, Gaulding left Wed "5 -
rates Lord; neither be weary of his correction i in the early stages of the campaign 1 nltr1
!I nesday for her home in Oklahoma I
- .- -- : for whom the Lord loveth ';: entered the army In February /1 It '
PLEDGE TO THE FLAG he correcteth; even as a father the and is now in officer candidate City after spending two weeks here. / ; -

"1 pledge allowance to the Flag son In whom he delighteth" (Prov. !'school E. M. Grout who wrote -0- !

of the t'nlted States of America 3:11.: 12)). I I.I much of the copy became a lieu Ed Hargraves of Clew Is ton was a
visitor in
and to the Republic for which It Among the citations which I tenant (Jg) In the navy September who spent Tuesday

stands One nation Indivisible, comprise the Lesson Sermon Is 1. George M, Baker artist and layout Okeechobee with his family V. .9.-70... V,moo'Co+lfeay Syrscuse PwtScawdwd
with liberty and justice for all," the following from the Bible : I' Is veteran of the first -o-
man a .
... Mr. and Mrs. Leo Greenbergerwere
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-- it Is written in the law of world war. Functions of the advertising ---- -
Moses. all this evil is come visitors that .spent Sunday In
FLORIDA T\\ LE\GCE uponus division are under the direc-
Clew is ton
,
; jet made we not our prayer tion of R. B. Roberts, jr., general
before the Lord our God that we sales -o- I

(Continued from Page One might turn from our iniquities, and :I, manager. I Albert Berka, who Is employed at From where sit .

ment, WE STRONGLY URGE ITS understand thy truth" (Dan, 9:13): ). :'I yFiniLIS --- the Riddle McKay air field at li
PASSAGE V CLASS IIS :MEETING Clewiston, spent Saturday and Sun s

No 8. "OARNISH lE."T 0 FWAGES" BRPUNTER DESIGNS |I \T HOME: OF :MRS. :McNEIL day here with his family.

1943 CHRISTMAS SEALS -0- by Joe Marsh -
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(Amending Article X, 1 F. F. Burr, proprietor of the
Sec. 1). This amendment has many OFFLRED:: FOR SALE SOON The FidelU Class of the Methodist Okeechoboe Service Station, is con-

points of value as well as possibilities I I church met at the home of fined to his room suffering with a ,_-""'..

for harm to the poor which Protection of the home front" is Mrs. John McNeil for its regular severe cold and fever. LAST Satu:-day right we were et- hold for tolerance and understandInn. -

might allow him to be "oversold"and the slogan of the 1942 Christmas i,i business meeting and social hour -.-t> tin' arou sd Jeb Crow ell' house, And jet it wasiit se ing ago
I Seal Sale and defense councils
In time of stress forced to on, Thursday evening October 22nd. Ellis Walston of ClewUton spent and fror: upstairs' we hear the we had a law or Pn; "> .11. Ac

cover what he had "overbought"; throughout Florida. This y'ear'sChristmas Following the business session a Tuesday in Okeechobee with his -qua"k* those Crowc'l! youngstersput count for that, if you cast"
I Seal, symbol of the delightful social hour was enjoyed rfhil their Ma dunl.in
even the post-war conditions might mother Mrs. J. W Walston and up Has .
reduce his possibilities of payment.In war against tuberculosis, was de- and refreshments; were served amid 'cm Ir map and water. Causes Jeb C e e

view of the uncertainty of economic I signed by Dale Nichols, outstandJng'I appropriate Hallowe'en decorationsto family -0- in r .ment: Well, he had us there 11'r1"

conditions we cannot recommend American artist whose paintings of the following members and Anier.oa: -where we set so m.."h
I red barns have long been famous. Donald and Betty Barber, who "Just shows how times change.
its passage friends: are temporarily residing at Ocala Used to be a law here in America tore on seein the other fellow'
The 1942 Seal shows
No.9, "TAX EXEMPTION OF I with a country Mrs. DeVore, Miss Bailey, Mrs. with their parents Mr. and Mrs. J, that nobody could take a bath point of view-havin' such a law,
scene the typical Nichols red Yearwood Glflord Now that it's all It's hard
COMMERCIAL PROPERTY OWN- Miss Mrs. Jack without doctor's prescription! over, to
L. Barber, spent the week end here a
ED BY RELIGIOUS, SCIENTIFIC. barn and white farmhouse in the Spencer, Mrs. J. McCranie, Mrs. E with friends realize how people put up with

MUNICIPAL. FRATERNAL EDUCATIONAL background. It is one of the most H, Hunt, Mrs. J. Roe. Mrs. W, S e e .. a law like that, even ai long as

LITERARY AND attractive designs in a list that now Moore Mrs. O. Hunt, Miss Jo Par- -o-- Then we got talking about the they did.
LOST twent
A case of -gauge
CHARITABLE CORPORATIONS" numbers 36, one for each one of the rish, Mrs. D. R. McNeil, Mrs. W, shotgun shells with only a few boxes funny lai sum people hart put e *

(Amending Article XVI, Sec. 16)), rears the traditional Christmas Seal Howell, Mrs. J. McNeil Mrs. R. through in this country-like the
Sale used Also in the box were two boxesof From where I .It man's
Property used at least onefourthor campaign for health funds has Boettger. state where they mad It against a got
been conducted throughout the nation twenty-five rifle cartridges. Will every; right to enjoy a latlsfyln'
above purposes will be tax exempt -------V the law to wake a man up if he'i
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The brilliant seal radiates : pay a reward for their return. glass of beer when he wants to
we do not believe that a :\IRS.IRG.RET: E. \\SEL : sleeping on the railroad tracks.
the spirit of the slogan "Protect Neil Hough. quench his thirst Beer'i a friendly

religious body would propose an Your Home Against Tuberculosis I I -0A. "Railroad law I one heard drink. it's a drink of moderation,

amendment so unfair to the tax' Seals in Florida will be offered Mrs. Margaret Elizabeth Hansel Freedman of Jacksonville spent about," says Basil Strube, the sta- too. And most folks-even the ones

payers of Florida. We cannot see for sale by Florida Tuberculosisand 83, widow of James Harris Hansel, Tuesday and Wednesday here attending tionmaster, "said when two trains that don't drink beer themselves ,

how a scientific or a literary corpo- Health Association and its atI pioneer resident of Osceola county, to business and seeing meet at an Intersection, neithercan are tolerant enough, nowadays, t* .
I I
ration could favor such an Imposi- I dilated locals, died in a local hospital Tuesday. friends. proceed until the other one respect the right of folks who do.

tion on his government We can She is survived by two sons, Ever- -0- has gone ahead"
true fraternal or charitable I V- -- I reckon Jeb wa right-we're
see no ; ett of Arcadia and Henry of Okee' \ R. M Durrence of Marianna arrived -
purpose In allowing )rporate ClILIDEFENSE CORPS chobee; four daughters Mrs. Ma- "How could that be a law?" had some mighty strange law ia
I MEETS THURSDAY, NOV. 4 here Wednesday and Is spend asks Pete this
wealth to be tax; free and pass its mie Padgett, Mrs. John Bronson Swanson. "That justdon't country.
ing several days here attending to make "
burden on to Ita fellow man. Evena and Mrs. Geo Bishop, all of Kis- sens
business and seeing friends
i The regular meeting of the Civ-
private corporate Florida Canal simmee; and Mrs. Louis Durhamof "Lots of law "
JUan -o-- don't make sense,
| Defense Corps will be held at
be free, but will cost Flor-
will tax Ft Pierce. She also leaves sev- Jeb. fit
8pm. Thursday at the Court Eddie Tindall returned this week say "Why Just think! We'r rSJoe
ida Taxpayers a Million Dollars per 1 House eral grandchildren and great grandchildren from Dothan Ala., where he wentto livin' in a land where most folk

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year for maintenance) For jour I Funeral services were
II I The members of the Rifle Squad bring Mrs Tindall and their
benefit-YOU MUST VOTE I
own
held at the Riedel Funeral Home
,
have been getting in some fine young son home.
AND WORK AGAINST THIS practice.If Thursday afternoon at 3 o'clock iVo. 52 of 0 Seritl. Copyright, 1942, Brewing Industry Foundation

AMENDMENT I with Interment at Rose Hill Cemetery. ..
V I you have not attended any of
.-Kisslmmee Gazette
BtDGETING RATIONED these meetings come out and bring I
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:MEAT SUPPLY: ; CUTS FROM: your rifle It is impossible you should take
fOREQU\RTER Anyone who received the Standard -
TilE true root but by the fair weather
Course In First Aid and would
I I that make yourself it is need-
It I U\M: H h. 11411111 SRI, like to receive the Advanced Course you ; Railroads
) I TWO JOBS
I I ful that you frame the season for are Performing
Hum Fup.'rtleor, I'arm NwurltylilmlnlMtrullon I is asked to hand their names in
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''to D. B. McCarthy. your own harvest.-Shakespeare

There Is a larger variety of cuts Every man in the community is ----VGet ---

of meat from the forequarter than I surged to attend the Thursday night you can.away Keep from yourself the crowd to yourself when 'JIt1 ( to the Life of the Nation

trom the hindqUarter. Also many meetings at the court house,
if only for a few hours daily,-Arthur -
cheaper cuts of meat are found in V ,
I Brisbane,
the forequarter. Mrs. W. J. Hendry and mother
y
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Chuck End of Rib cut contains Mrs. John Duncanson were visitors ;
One's first lesson is to learn one's
seven ribs and corresponding sec I in Fort Pierce Wednesday.
I self; having done this one will
tions of the backbone Muscles .. .. .
No.1
--
---- naturally, through from God.
grace
make up the thickness of this cut
forgive his brother and Jove his
and it contains a section of the

shoulder blade at the upper edge I Gilbert Theatre I enemies-Mary Baker Eddy.

0: the cut

Rib Roast. Roasts from the rib SpeedingOUR
\ OKEECHOBEEI YOUR TIRES NEEDRECAPPING
and
< ut are the choicest roasts

'hate the least; bo'i" Rib! roasts are ORVULCANIZING WAR ) .
old as standing, folded 01 rolled. i I :;IDAY & :.; ATURDAY PROGRAM
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Chink Rib Roast. This cut con- O< iiil>fr :in.11 I
Troops must b moved
i "- huge,
'l s if two ribs with the erterbraesi CHARLES STARRETT
ver-incrcasing quantities of muni"i
-Go to your local Rationing Board -
, part of the shoulder blade It III and secure a certificate. Then lions, supplies and war materials mustbe .

Is well flavored because it contains have tires kept flowing. This I* the railroad
RIDING THROUGH your recapped by
, amount of extractives.
1 large I
No. 1 war-Urn assignment.
,I Humphries at Fort Pierce. a firm
('heck Kojst. A very similar roast NEVADA
: with eight years experience the
to the one above. Because of its !
i best of equipment, and a reputation J l .
-ize it is often cut crosswise, making ,
I for square dealing who unhesitatingly ,
two roasts or It may be boned Unlike other Industries the I'
Marjorie Woodworth railroads
stands behind
and divided into top and bottom Victor McLaglen I they sell. everything in time of war take on heavy military 1'i' \, No 2
rolls. The chuck roast is cheaper
than the rib toast and the follow- Dennis OkeefeBROADWAY I I A large stock of all sizes rubber duties without giving up their peace-time I I ij'I

ing cuts ate worthy of careful study I" I now on hand, and we can usually occupation They alone can provide the

lor the same leason LIMITED recup your tires same day they huge extra volume of transportation required I

Hound none Pot Roast Has a !I are received. If you have a tire to wage a total war but at the Maintaining
.\Nn News and Information Please or tractor tire with a cut or break,
small round arm bOne. It Is cut same time must continue to meet civilian
I! to for Inspection OUR CIVILIAN
bring us our LIFE
a -ross the ribs and at right anglesto needs. That, you will agree is a pretty
Chances are we can vulcanize the
the chuck roasts, SUNDAY & MONDAYs I tire and make It give satisfactory tough assignment
Neck End of Chuck. This cut has In addition, civilian nods must b
r 1-9 i service Don't throw your tire or In performing these two great tasks *
a large proportion of lean meat and I fast Crops, food fuel merchandise
one or two pot roasts can be cut TYRONE POWER tube away until you have had us and doing them well, the railroads are end other necessities of our daily U*

from the thicker part Boneless In | examine it. proving indispensable to the very life and must continue to mon at they did

neck, because of its flavor, is one of We carry one of the largest new continued freedom of the nation during; peace-tune.. .
BLOOD AND SAND I tire stocks on the East coast. Callus .
the most desirable cuts for ground
The facilities of the Florida
when you need a tire quickly. East Coast
I
beef It also makes excellent stew with
Large stock tractor tires and tubes Railway, like those of other railroads are

meat Shoulder sup knuckle, fore Rita Ha>worth Linda Darnell I Ship your tires to us by truck lineIf dedicated first of all to winning this war ;;.

shank, brisket short ribs of beef you want to save gasoline and of survival. If our regular service does

and navel are all used for soup and Also: I time not always come up to normal peace-
Personalities Gay KnlctiM j One of the largest stocks seat FLORID I ( *
stews and some are used for ground t t time standards we trust you will make

meat. These cuts contain very fine covers on East coast. Every colorfully due allowances for conditions. It is our

flavor The short ribs can be useda ,I Installed bound free.Complete with. beautiful leather, earnest desire to give you and your com- EAST COA '

a pot roast. Ask for these cuts Coming I the best
stocjc of Prestolite Bat- munity possible service the ,
of meat It will not be long before : I
will
your family will enjoy a good tasty Lucky Leg teries. emergency permit.

vegetable soup or stew, for the days :Mrs. Miniver HUMPHRIES: TIRE &

will! soon be cool. You can cook a RETREADING CO. A SERVICE VITAL TO FLORIDA AND TIE NATION *

nourishing meal In one pot by making Gone With the Wind Phone 139 South Dixie highway \

stew FT. PIERCE, FLA. C


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I That locket that Lillian has been The players are:
I wearing lately Is really a beauty. "Dude" Watford-tackle.

Purple and Gold News"FOR We hear that J, P. Brooks gave it Gene Chandler-quarterback.
to her Dldnt know that romance Harris Anderson-fullback.

was still going, Earl Phelps-guard,
It seems that O. D (tHay Wagon) Domer Wilson-left-half,
A GREATER OKEECHOBEE HIGH SCHOOL" Godwin has quite a case up wllh Doyle Stewart-right-half.

Pat Thomas They played the Eleventh Grade

OCTOBER 30, 1942 Jessie Ray has been doing betterv Monday and tied 0 to 0, but keep
-- -- -- -------- I 1 h Juanita since he turned out up the good work, boys, we're all
I -----1 to be a football hero. What's he rooting for you.
STAFF visitors present. A formal Initiationwas TilE PARROT SCOUTS night, bojs. b-.ing to do now that the season'salmost
V
Editor In Chief .Molly Bowdcn carried out for John Whtdden apart next week at Pahokee I I over?
Assistant Editor u Silvanus Harden and Alpha and Cecil Harden, who The Lone Troupe of the Okee- Had you been at a certain spot !, Sjhia Snell dreams and sings Because they played so big apart
Business Manager ., Eva Nelle Hall were applying for green band de- chobee Girl Scouts met Wednesday alter the game you would have Moonlight Over Pahokee" most of in the achievement, subcontractors -
Sports Reporter Weldon Draughon grees. afternoon at 3:30: instead of Tues- seen some of these smoochers. time were honored guests at a
Class Reporter u. June Cheshire There was several minutes of day at five o'clock because the First there was Jack Wolff, and Inc Clyde ,thought he might like a Wisconsin company's rally, which
Club Reporter Estelle Sanderfur discussion on business and the scouts: dressed in uniform presented with (of all people) "Skeeter" Hunt little blonde more than the girlfriend celebrated completion of the comepatty's
Social Reporters: Harry P. Oreen- meeting was adjourned gifts to Mrs. Clyde Christopher at Is Jack following in Joe's steps? In Leesburg-but maybe he first tanks three months
berger, Phylls Cason.Miscellaneous Reporter,' Jack Duke the bridal shower given her by Mrs With them were Jack Elledge and clcesn't, he didn't try long. ahead of schedule

Reporters and Type V H, H. Raulerson, Mrs. W D. Coker, Jaunell Pierce. Wonder what Bob- Molly would like to go to Ft. ---
ists: Katheryn Sweatt, Bertha VOICE OF TilE STUDENTSBy and airs B, J Davis on Tuesday. by and "Porky" were doing all this Knox Wonder why?
Mercer, Perllee Hunt, Jack Coker, tune. And Ky. FOR SALE-Two wheel trailer In
The meeting was called to order we mustn't forget Frank Ihats about all the dope I havet
Joe Underhill, Sylvia Snell, Marie I1: Unknown. by Jo Ann Berka, patrol leader, and Reeves and Betty Mae who were dish out for this week, but just good condition Will sell cheap for
Walker, Betty Mae Thomas, Oveda This year the student body wantsto the flag salute, a thought for the also in this car. remember, cash. Apply Mrs C. p, Gauldlng,

Boromei, Jean Lee Raulerson Zel- have Student Body officers, and day and a prayer was led by Mary Then, we also saw Doyle Stewart livlio eats onions SemInole Apts.
da Johnson, Martha Walker, Flor- Student Council In most all Alberta Loutham escorting June Barber; "Henie" before each date. -0-
rte Jordan Alvena Smith Marlon schools this is done, and is successful The troupe chose as Its name Walker, Betty Sue; J, P. Parkeison May find himself FOR SALE-Christmas and every
Martin This will help the principal "The Parrot" Troupe We decided Esther Hall; and Eva Nelle was without a mate. day greeting cards Mrs. J, D. McCarthy -
-- and teachers a great deal in to change the time of the troupe along. We don't know who was her All who wish to have anything 16-3t
STOP! LOOK) And LISTEN! their work We can select a Stu- meeting from 5 o'clock every Tues date.Here printed In this column must have -
FLASH FLASH dent Council of twelve to hold court Cay: to 4 o'clock every Tuesday are a few lines of a letter :I. In the news box by Tuesday FOR SALE-Bicycle, good as new.
WHO SIMLL IT BE? when some unruly person does afternoon handed in to this paper last week noon Inquire at The Fair Store
something. If; the council finds him The nick-name of "Mamie" was The names were scratched out anda tr9TII

Be sure you put your moneyon guilty, the president pronounces given to Mary Howell, and "Pinkie"to note at the bottom asked us to GRADE FOOTBALL TEAM: ---- -
your candidate early, and sentence. In other words, this Is Nancy Boettger who are new paint it in this column. I

put he or she, or both out headIn practically a Juvenile Court The girl scouts "I think you're the most wonderful It: seems the Ninth Grade Foot- .
the race Just for one cent council could also appoint a detect Ernestine Hunt had charge of boy in the world. Althoughyou ball Team is getting to be pretty 70aPV1 ft
you can vote for your candle ive in each class, who is unknownby the program, and Mary Alberta don't know it, I've been watching pod They ve beaten the Seventh W"C
data Be Sl'RE YOU SEE MISS students and tell us who the told a Hallowe'en story. you day after day, eating my and Eighth twice The first time it M"W'O
I FINGER OR MISS RAIFORD main disturbers are. Then the The tenderfoot scouts worked on heart out for you, but you won't was 20 to 0 and the second time I
AND BUY YOCR VOTES BE- council can try these students. If their requirements, and the girl even give me a second glance Ive .1 was 12 to 0. They've beaten the ; X666
FORE 8:30: o'clock. THE CORONATION you students like this, send your scouts worked on their second class tried to like other boys and forget Tenth Grade twice The first time |
WILL BE TilE views to the editor of the Purple equirements., you, but It's no use. You haunt my i was 70 6 and the second time i UOUB.TAB1HS.SAWS.NOSI0 OMI
"MOST SPECIALIST AND and Gold and have it printed. Reporter, Mary Howell .,elY waking moment." 6to0. i
BESTEST" PART OF THE This will be done the second V I know not to whom this is written -- -
AMATEUR; PROGRAM S ODON'T semester if carried out I GAITOR SCOUTS EAT RIBS or who wrote It but I say to
MISS IT AND HAVE _--h---V---- | the boy for whom It was Intended,

YOUR PART IN CROWNING H\LLO\VE'EN CARNIVAL i The Gaitor girl scouts and some "Come on kid, give her a break," I' T)1; I F 1 I I t ,
THE KING AND QUEEN BY of their friends met at the school- Don't tell a soul, but there seemsto I
BUYING YOUR VOTES Tonight Friday, October 30th, house Thursday night and hiked be something: stirring between
EARLY the school will have its annual from there to Idel Tomllnson's Dozier Clements and Ruth Simmons -
V------ carnival. According to tradition it ,
-- home where ribs were barbequedand r I
THE PRINCIPAL WONDERSBy will start with a parade in the park devoured with much delight Wonder why "Cooner' his been
that wll wind up at the schoolhouse along with bead: pork and beans, limping the last few days.

C, M. Williams When the parade disbands, slaw, ketchup, mustard, pickles and Margaret Rosmondo had a date
Last week your child took home there will be a spaghetti supper c<.i.: C s. The following enjoyed a ',ith i T. Aid' man Saturday night
his first report card of the year, served at the cafeteria, after which delLil U.j fast and a delightful evening but stood him up and got married tHDRSDAY
Did you look it over carefully? the booths will open There will be of games: Instead. + HOLIDAY TUESDAY WEDNESDAY
Were you satisfied with the grades plenty of time for everybody to Id'.!lI! Tom'lns-n, Lawrence Reeves At the Girl I Scout party last week
that your child received? If not, visit all the booths between the Johnnie Jenkins, Lucille Johnson w hear that Alice Hancock ad-
what are you doing about It? spaghetti supper and the amateur Mary Lou Walton, Sarah Howell mitted her fondness for: Frank
The pf nctpal would Itke very hour in the auditorium. Followingthe Kathryn: Conrad, Virginia Park Ke'ly; also that Laurens chose
much that you see him, or call amateur hour will come the big erwn, Hany Paul Ore en berger, Cleo Idell for his best "friend" and vice
him if your child did not do as event of the evening-the corona- Evans, Richard Resmondo, Charles ersa.
well as he could have done, according tion of the King and Queen of the Weekly Mr.and Mrs Williams. Don't feel badly about It, Betty You'll be helping everybody if you avoid
I to your opinion Let's be unitedin Hallowe'en Carnival Ada Jane Cason. Ruth Simmons M Twin sisters-in-law aren't halfas weekend trips whenever possible.That'
an effort to Improve the general Prizes will be given for the best Haynes Williams Peggy Chandler, bad as twin mothers-In law the time when travel facilities are most
conditions of the school. Perhapswe and funniest costumes in the parade Wanda Prescott Doris Thomas, would be. crowded-the only time when many war'
do not know about the best There will also be prizes for Alice Hancock Mr, and Mrs. Tom- Did you boys know that our song J workers and men on furloughs can go

method of handling your child. the best performances on the ama- linson Wllla Tomlinson, and Miss bird, Betty Barber, was here last \fort T H. NIX
Agen
Give us suggestions. Every childis teur hour. Ccns.ance: Finger, week Even though Leslie is in worE
an individual and perhaps you This annual carnival is sponsoredby VTIIETA Jacksonville in the Navy, he stays the -t Standard: Oil: Service Station

know better how to get results in the p T, A. and is their only BETA 'rue t-> her. She gets a letter from LNtSWitb a. Phone 103
the handling of your child. Give money making scheme for the en- him every day, etD
tire school year. We heard that Donald Barber hada
knowledge of the child and
us your Well, folks, the Theta Beta Club
The admission to the majority of date with Marie Weekly Sunday
perhaps we can do better with him .
has gotten off to a late start, and t.
the' booths will be only five cents. night, but why was he alone at
him.
and for before we organized our club for
The amateur hour and coronationof Paige's at about 9:30: ? She doesn't r+,
Notice the new cards. Every 1942-43, we had to get Miss Finger
in the King and Queen will be heldas go to bed that early, does she?
teacher has graded your child back on the faculty, then we had
citizenship, or conduct. Were you one event in the auditorium. to organize our newspaper staff, ....- --- ..
Admission to this will be fifteen
satisfied with the citizenship grade and although we may be aorta work
your child received? You can help cents. ing backwards we think we did a
The for the evening is
program
J us Please do so. pretty good Job of selecting our
'I We have sent cards from each as follows: officers for this 5'ear. Mondayaf- GET .HESE NEW
I teacher separately. You are enabled ternoon of this week after we had
thereby, to see how your child 5:00: -Parade starts at tennis courts gotten our newspaper assignmentsfor
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stands In each room, both In sub 6'00-Spaghetti Supper in Cafeteria this week's paper the rest of GOLDEN KEy 4//
I
6:30: .. Booths open
and In conduct. Did -
ject matter you the period was turned over to the
: sign it and send it back promptly? 9:30: -Amateur Hour. & Coronation election of officers for the Theta <, ..

lIt, so, we appreciate it, and will Beta Club Miss Finger presided
1 appreciate your doing this promptly The different booths are being while Silvanus Harden was electedas SPECIALS : fItTLHIS /
each time the child brings his report sponsored by the following: president. That lets you see that
I Guessing Contest First Grade I
home. our club Is not limited to girls only
Peanut Selling .... Second Grade EXPIRES DEC. 31
V OFFER ,
this year, but we invite boys to join SPECIAL 1942 (
ELLE- Celebrated Palmist Third OradeHallowe'en
I CATFISH TIE GLADE ,
the Commercial Club (Theta Beta), "
Stunts Fourth Grade -- -
I Then Silvanus takes over, and while -
I Porky Draufhton Witches Graveyard Fifth Grade he and Porkle Draughton teaches JUMBO
Last Friday night the 'Chobee Hall of Horrors Sixth Grade the girls and the other boys a few
Catfish were held to a 6 to 6 tie Art Gallery Seventh Grade rules of parlimentary procedure the MIXING BOWL "
by the Belle Glade High School'sfirst Series of Oddity Booths 8th Grade officers were elected Porkle was
football team. The Catfish Hamburgers & Hot Dogs 9th Grade constantly rising to a point of order Sturdy Durable Attractive penury avtnwart. .
Social Tenth Grade .Light-weight, la handlt.Outtide r dad
were not playing the ball game Box because the girls insisted in eaiy J
Tenth & Twelfth Grade highly gland-with a dil' ,
;
Pierce Bingo
had played against Fort
they making a motion Instead of movingthe tmctivt all-evtr "
design Big' tneugh
and Pahokee The Catfish out- Downfall of a Flapper Home Ec. same, but after this well demon for a big family. Colorful and ntatIt -
played the boys from Belle Glade Fortune Telling Girl Scouts :t.ftted Wesson In parlitnentary makes an Ideal salad bowl, toe
by a slight margin. The Junior Class is responsible procedure, the following were final
The Catfish store came in the for the Amateur Hour and the Com- ly elected with strictest parlimentaiy 25 COUPONS'
closing seconds of the first quarter mercial Club is sponsoring the cor- procedure: Oveda Borornel.
when went over the goal line onation. All the carnival will be
Paige vice president; June Cheshire secretary AND 1GI
from the 2. yard line. The try for held in the school building and auditorium : Jean Lee Raulerson treasurer -

extra point failed. The Belle Glade ; Marlon Martin, .reporter and
boys then scored when a 32 yard All bus drivers have been told Bertha Mercer, sargeant-at-arms
I pass from Armstrong to Hill was that they may bring their bussestongh end Miss Constance Finger, faculty P J
completed and Hill, a tackler, fell ) if they can get a load. advisor. j:

over the goal line. They tried for --V ;, It was decided that the club would jI I
the extra point, but failed. TENTH GRADE, SECTION II meet every other Tuesday night at\ 1

The Catfish threatened to score 8 o'clock alternating with the Future 1
again In the fourth quarter but The officers of Section. II of the Farmers One meeting will be
stopped when Jack Elledge Tenth Grade are: ,
were held in Miss Finger's home room ,
caught a pass and attempted to Mildred Morgan, president; Al- and the next meeting will be held
lateral to Paige but the ball went vena Sweat, vice president; Betty in the home of one of the member
viild ('.ld Belle Glade recovered Jane Whidden secretary; Joe Un- with a joint business and social ;
Belle Glade soon gave the ball up derhill, reporter and chaplain. Miss meeting. COMBINE COUPONS
the Catfish were Finger Is the home room: teacher I'I
on downs and The club plans to publish a school FROM THESEPRODUCTS
starting another drive for a touchdown At the weekly meeting of our yearbook, scrapbook school paper

when the game ended. home room Wednesday, October 21, each week, a school edition of The PIE PLATE
One week from today these two it was decided that we would pre- Okcechobee News to have a subscription 9 FIRE-KING Athecdw

teams will meet again on the Pa sent the play entitled "The Rector"for campaign for the Okee- Clem, Ienulne teppMre biw erenglau meat pt's, end Nher c ,
hokee field. This game should proveto our chapel program November chobee News and to sponsor oocaselonal Ideal, Mar for baking table arvlm J
be very good If played on a dry 5. It was further decided that our socials for the entire High awn dhhu, Nis mwgh Sur = laVE 'HE(OUPOd1O +
field home room will sponsor a box sup- leastwe'd "" : Iti
last but not
School body, and
I The game here was played in a per for the Hallowe'en carnival like to take part in organizinga COUP "i-I:
real Indian Summer rain, but nev- The following committees were appointed student council. After this Inter- .
ertheless several passes were made, by Miss Finger: esting meeting, It's the sincere hopeof


and the Catfish had the best aver- Advertising Committee: Lillian the girls that the boys don'tmake Ava'lable' >. .
Walker Bessie Mae Ralfsnlder, a
through come ,
age on yardage Future Farmers of them
The Catfish com Elizabeth Llghtsey, Alvena Sweat. Park
completed passes Reporter Marlon Martin Drug Co.
pleted 6 out of 9 passes Auctioneers: J. P, Parkerson, Eugene .....-\f-- alto
---v Wright, LaVerne Hazelllef. DOPEY DOIN'SBy M, Park Street SOFTASILK CAKE FLOUROKEECIIOBEE
FUTURE FARMER NEWS Box Committee: Betty Jane
,
I -- Whidden, Mildred Morgan, Betty I. Rely Doolittle CHEERIOATS KIX

The local chapter of Future Mason Well It looks like my column BISQUICK WHEATIES
Farmers held a meeting Tuesday Four pupils were elected b take "missed 'the boat" last week, but .
night.' Bill Chandler was elected part In the "quiz program" in chapel there wasn't anything In it that THESE GIFT SHOP -- -
treasurer for the oncoming year. Thursday of this week. wouldn't keep. SPECIALS NOT SUPPLIED BY MAILtRIDY j jI
Reporter, 'Joe Underhill ....... .., .
There were 15 members and 10 That was a well game Friday .- --- .. -s...
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Legal AdvertisementsNOIICK .,. Count. riuiidu OAt .,::. t Hoticc: of Election :
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NU'llth J IS HEREBY lIVEN; ThntPiiraiinnt net to be astjamed rightly dividingthe ..' lY and at-

Oki' i'liobiCounty) Florida : tn Hpctlon U, uf Chnptcr 1S2IUI, CUC 'I red 'lliilimit Si ill I of the
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; In hori-bv given tlint' purminntto the MIKPIIY! I I ACT the rolluulng de- 1111,11 | tin. "'11(111 thin Ir"t dl

to C'lisiiter H.1IO) Laws ,,rllied '"' 'I' III' lkee) of :; \\II: 0A'lf.. 111)7:::) known fta tb* tliirldn, nil he offered fur optic at pUb'1 .; 'i',1: 7 I If' C,.)u< tulu'\ .."II IItlll.' uf I llu< 'II\ K. A. (lILlY.itoiretary .

Mnr|>liv Ait the following described lIt oiilcn fur the blillicit nnil bent ' BICYCLESWe I 1'1 I ,i ii! ..i il. I lnnli\. ""1!h'11111'" Ihll n of Stat,
luml, III OkwM'hnhe* County, F Florida lild. aublict, to the right of the Trustee .. ..\ .I .if' Ilv. 'I'l Hun I,. I, ('I DMtAli' ,
will lu nflert'il fur lab ut public out- of the Internal Improvpineut' t'und 10'i ir ,t.. '" 11j oRMCUAi. 1:1.in: '!IDS i inlll IIh..ltr tk'c'l.buh.. ( Ullllt.V.MHKK .

cry fir the )lilvhpst iincl licit cash hlil <'le<'t am ,,",1 nil blili' at the Court < I .
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!IhU 'notlie). In pnhllslii'il,. III ,-i>niill, \ NOTICE OF ELECTION III

nOl'e'llh Seotloim l70l nuil 270.i i.

Fl'.rilil stumps? 1IM1 .
Th. Hint Konril. of IMiuntliiii: ntwrves '

the rlvht to reject any and alii __,ija. fte hubtuSs d ... .. ... ki.js.t d Nes ..... 0 oci lb ci ... II *o4 lb Pe .
Lull\ .Bder tb* Constltutloat of -. 0 &1M Mid Board may UM UM "MnAla 7_ p Stall ci IB. Precincts Dumbero
t r
p\ order of the Stnte Bunril uf Eilui'Utlnn. iuTu at nortda Memj II JoIst ...... tit MM i koiuli tt Ma* __ lie I & to U inclUHiv and 2 to
.i.oI_ __ Isas III' .psetM ... brldnb ...WLwa .. 0 l and) except sucb of 1IUi
a FT-I
SI'ESSMSD L, HOI.LANnGovernor. C-i : Ilia.. ...s .Ms oI .... ... ---. Is --- lb..asa "_ .-o a, .I .-U BeotMsi I, niK-ki .umb M Is and ::

*' ... .. Is WS es maseriss _de U1riDIsIsI ._ san beM.I o. *.IBM I< Al Bias oFlervaa. < tt Of
Attest : TOIIN! EVCLKIIgiilMrlnteiifliitt !' W ...-,.,.. .. s1 .. .5.. herslb 01 01w esoaW or paIs cun5.I0S dkNnM. a sad '5,.

5.M AS ss.. Jolul LaeiiIIose ware .. IsiI SJtsiot Iso.ci. .- be aespotated- th* Oovernnr > et ID' pa a* to a DIMrtet eaU the "t

MHIO: rats .s0. rpeeft" .7oIswsIs vmrtoet IbM a* *ebonna .141 o.o.d to -t .l.tIt. Th* Bmwanl Oranty a* a 0"D .ble w o opr day < Aprl
<> 'toiler II. I ill) .) tIle yesM *n4 nay tttereon aad MM **rtm tberaol M .. tn_. 1 .1'Dted Rall sjaial dsatgnato Oalhooa IM b. la Commlsslnnen' D
III ooinplliiiicp' ullli ('liiil| <', mini:! .iuv 11M earmtnS MMI ttref't tbl, meat *iD M MM Dries MM tbenforwtih meet go* at mb M Chair- Tassnty t7 a Bsetilrmal D Mo dncrlbed tt Book
Florida Hmtntva of 11)41 the follnuliiClerk Woe Mtd joint weeortitiona b* s"dtosirtted htll M* reeled \1M.Ju.. Baa of the a o of the MinutIa of the County Com'

Rn,1 ln'|iei'lnrserc. 111'1.1| | ') tn elM sleetnrs of the Stat at ptna aoormd tnterMt M4 that paidlnestmeul a T"tmb of e Ocm- W Ff LftOttLATURB ml'one.' of said County' par 194
for eaih eliitliin dl St rhu't III Okee<'Inbe th 0 Oerxiral .etIOS la November than bear interest at te January amY I n **q. except the territory embraeedhi
(..niintv, fur the deneral hleilli: raw al ttire (t3) net cent per anaum 1. 1943 and than serve respectivelyfor That the ra I"T 7ORIDA. the aforesaid Election Precincts

to be held Vovpnibtr .1. I'.MJ\ I 1q41ow TTTFRFTOyiB I M. A ':MAY Is n'.III..,.M III" annually ... two. tare*. four and five Section 1 01 Article 1 at tn* Ooe- numbered 24 and JS and such p of
Lint of ('lurks nnil 1 nspii.ti>rs rm' SecretOr of !Stat! of the 'tale of1Portda. UM MM funde Hi serb county aeeotmt. ,e At the expiration of etch of itltutlon of tb Stall of Florid relative Election PrecInct number I .
General Kliithm Noveinlier 3rd 104. do hereby give notice that t fin. to wr enrrenl principal successor 011.1 be ap and apportionment east the western hon o Bucayo
t OnO
and Internet motiiMnd If an? of Mid, I' lot t t.n of n County a* the Bay
FORT Bltl'MI'reclii't ENZRAl ELECTION bond an* gasoline or other full! tu yean thlrtv-nlntb (39) Senatorial District The County Onmmlulonen who

>o. I wee lie held la each county tn Plortd anticipation eertincatea M rich emm- I Tb* m.mb.of the Commission and Calhoun County and Oulf County shall be elected In Bride County R the
J w. Kniiln. (li-rk on Tuesday next succeeding the first ty or Special mad and bridge' 1atrtct shall reelv. no compensation for their u the fortieth ((40)) Senatorial District general election In 1942 .hol office -
Allen llnniixk Inspiit.i'' Monday in November. A. D 1943. the or otker special taalnadlntrlet .* a* such but eacb Commissioner lie and the same la hereby agreed to. for the term of years for
,1 ii"per I tee, InHppctor Bald Tuesday being th* thereof: ecrmit to en tab- .b.1 receive his necessary traveling and IhRI b* submitted to the electorsof which they .1111 have b.1 eletl
Minor Holmes, liispdtorn Men S slakIng tmat account to meet othe expense Incurred while Slat of Florida for ratificationor and their of .
< I I THIRD DAI OP NOVEMBEBBT future rwralmaenta ol MM bonrta andramlln engaged discharge of hi. Official at the General Election o b* affected by this amendment: but
,\ I'rcilncto.. I the ntlflcatlon III releetloB of tM wfcer n *tn>ean the ntlPtpated the sum of MOO 0 in any one first Monday la "o.mbe. 1942 wfollows1 the DI.trlct established by and la
/eb ImrraiKe, clerk aid Joint Resolutions proposlas I Income for any rear or' rean year : "". this amendment a
Oil!* ( Chnndler 1".I".t"| I i I' amendment to tIll Obnstltutloa of ant equal County Commissioner who shall reside
w .dull nment 4. the granted to theCommission Section The Legislature that shall
the Stat of Florida ".. Among powers
r' B:. Dalirneau! Inspector tbe and third an rmRlnlnl and In his District but who be noml-
D
by this Section shall meet regular session A .925 .hal
bare limning. Inspector' 4 JOINT RXSOLimOM: PraTJOMngJB ane nf trw _ect* .141 two the b II and elected from County
power to fiX bag limit and to those that shall meet ten veari nall .
Amendment to Article* IX of tb* (!et cent nt Mid, ta ea shall mODthl.dur"l eery Every County Commissioner
and closed thereafter the '
1'OTITIll open on a stateside apportion repretentatlon
Constitution ot till State ot Florida the er b remitted by laid .euna. .hal and shall Pnde County who shall be elected M
Senate
It
3 may *
llUlrlrt Nu. Taxation and Plnane. by followa Blehty W%> ner rlon.1 o 10ai b"I. and thereafter
Clirk' elating M "rd M ( find to regulatethe provide for forty ((40) Senatorial Districts the general) election' tn 194
Ml Lottie KiiiilerHon
Additional! Section the State Department for b.pproprlat. of
Adding Thereto an shall hold office a
I e"t t Rd of taking I such Districts to be as nearly fr
8 Diirrniue liupettmMrs
Mr, E, .
ofStaM mell10
Oretttnt a Stat Board of AdmlnlstnttoB four years powers
e"olrto 0 r.eo".tru.tlO transporting, birds practlcnblebut .
using equal population as T.
I Unbelle Potter, Iimpi-itm the ; II County Commissioners .
: Prescribing Its Powers and compensation such
fur bearing animals fresh water no County shall be divided In _
Mr<. I'orenn I'enrc-p Inspector, the of for the leaw nm. from time toppr.v.d
Duties and Providing for UM conntT or or purchase reptiles and The making such apportionment and shall? be ai
Proceeds of Two Cents Oallon of of brld'M eonnectlnt 8t te hlehwnvnwlthtn ampl1lblaD. time provided bv law
per
COt IIT IIOI sK. OKPI:I'tlOllKBPmlmt : shall power each District ihull have otis Senator
No. 4 eli 01110Otb... Motor Fuel Tutor the Countr and twenty f20%) Comml.lot by purchase.11 gift, all property provided that Broward County Florida by the Governor May 2
Ul I tbs Payment and Retirement per pent to the Board of County CommlMlonpra aqulr.necessary. useful or convenientfor shall constitute the Thirty-ninth IA<11
I. N. MI' IIIII.n. Olerk at All Outstanding Bond Issued. By of such county for use 0 the use of the Commission in ((39th) Senatorial! District and Cut- Filed In office Sooty of Stat May
A, ,1. Buettirer.( Inol..tul' Any Oounty or Special Road and condo and brl 1".reID.fd exercise of Its powers bereunder U houn County Florida and Oulf Connty 28 1941A
,T, T. Smith, Inapiitnr Bridge District Prior to First Day of .
> Said Board altaR have the Florida shall the Fortieth
H. .A. 1'roptor, Inspector July. A D 1931 for Road and Bridge make and all 5 Th Commission ihall appointfix ron.ltut. and *
power ((40) : a JOINT
rulr RESO[
.nrore
the salary of and at pleasure remove -
tPHIEOISOVK hEAth Purposes. tad for III) PUblIC Blgbwaytirposea and IllatoD neeeisarv the fulleercl a suitable person as Director the tame time the Legislature shall .n Amendment to UOl Pp"lnt ollr.
I-rerlllrt No fl hereby wanted also apportion the representation in
"W'r and such Director shall have such X nf the Constitution of Re
I'. N. Strntton ClerkI I BB IT RBSOLVKD! BT TRI LBO $. and no ... be required to powers and duties aa may be prescribedby the Rouse of Representative and toting to Homestead and Exemption.o .
). J. riinpmiin.. Inspector LATURE OF TUB: STATE OF FLORIDA. render amendment of fun force the Commission In pursuance of shall allow three (31) Repreaentntive'to as to tbe Wages Salary or
W. it. ptheKro\'p, Innppttor bat the following amendment to and operating effect f and after Its duties under this Section Such esch of the five most populoii' Income P.rml source WhatsoeverI
J, \v. Vllison. 1"'I'lorEMI ArtIcle U of tbs Constitution of tn* Janirarr lot. "' L.I.lacr Director shall subject to the approvalof counties and two (2) Rnpresen.ntlvM I to "Person the Head of a Family -
Bute of Florid mating to Taxation halt continue the bevies of .Id IU. the Commission appoint fix the to eAch of the next eighteen more as Provided Therein to be the
J.E KAY i and Finance by addlni thereto aa additional during trw I1f. of this Amendm.nt .RI.rle of and at pleasure remove populous olnl. and on. Representative Subject of Garnishment to the Extent
"r1 art 74 0. 8 asetlon to lie known a* .**- ."dan not panel any and other employees who to If .m"'nlnl counHes of not than 2S% thereof in
O>.dp llnnpork. ClerkI. Moo It of Mid Article Ct cresting a th. Kfivt o withdrawing the proceed* ..I.tant. such powers and duties' as of the State at silu'Oiqnrucurtionment the Court mo.. State as May b*
.. w Stnblii. Iniipector "II Board of Administration: preacrlblng of Mid t fet 8nt of said taxes may b* assigned, to them by the Commission Should the Legislature? Provided by Law for the Pavment of
.1. W. Sciitt 11I""p'lo" It* powers and dutle and from this amendment or the Director No Commissioner fail to apportion the representation Irithe any Oblloatlone Arming by Express n
II II. Jerr.II. lim lu.'ety arovldlnt far tb* UM of tbe proceeds The Board .h.H pay refiindlnaexnenea shall b* eligible fo any ouch *>nnte and In the Home of Rep.reaentattveo Implied Contract Subsequent to the
tt two cent per gallon of the gasoline and other expenxea. for .!- 'appointment employmentS a toy regular session nf Adoption ol this Amendment: and
CITY HAIL oKEr.rnonrFPrnlnit tr other motor fuel tax for (II IB* ices. rendered pec1flcMly fn or whichare The o resulting; from the the L..tntu. at any of the times Further Providing Exemptions theretoIn
:No. 7 payment and retirement of all! osxt- properly chargeable! to. the account operation of lund and from h."ln d".lm.'ed. It shall he the dntv Cases of Income of toss than
W. \. Gray, Clerk. Standing bond Issued by any county n any emmt* fr tunic d\trhlfI the administration of the laws and of the L'II..tu., or Legislatures succeeding Twentv-flve Dollari per Wed
J. B. Bailey, Inspector. U special road and brIdge dutrtet t ww* ": I. .. regulations pertaining to birds game ,llr session of 'h. tin to Necessities. of Life as. Ixe.p b
H, II. Mngletary InHppitor to th. Flnt Day of July A. D If the Board for 1"1' rendered all fur bearing animals fresh water fish r.oI..tl., either In Special or Beau. Defined the Legislature
0, F Slinnionn Iimpetturno Eat for road and brIdge purpose. the 8Int. anl be promt tamnn reptiles and amphibians. toe/ether/ with lar session to apportion the representation BP IT BT THE LFGTVTCRE
and for (II) public highway purpose.hereby .. t"r paid nut of mid any ether funds specifically provld.dft In the .nol. and In the I.\ RJOLV
\ u. u\riins-oN: >'I..rl at agreed to and shall b* aubRltted fund on mme basin mid IH pro such purpose shall constltnt the Hnuse of Representatives ft.* he'reir"umnuvided That the 01 TE STATOPFLRT.
Bunrd I I'oiiutv ConimliiHHloiierOkperlioliee of the State of reed are (distributed amont .ey- n. ci dln' rol"wlnl
to the electors Game Fund and be used T. ..II.r 1.1 t of the Constitution
Countv, KlorldiOBHFB Florid for ratification ot rejection at eral COuntIes' : provided report of by the Commission .hll deem ril or State C." ton Art authorinng the garnishment -
-- the next General Election to be held 'aid 'eirperup! ahall be made to each fit In carrying out the proviolnunahereof "Ver shall have been taken nearest of any "rH. salary or Income

OF rtBIICTtOV 111 1942. a* follow: Reeular Sewlon of the Legislature. and for no otle purpose T. -n. apportionment M R.nr'.nttv. due any person who Is the head of afrumily
TilE STATE OF FLORIDA TO and the ecrlilntiire' may limit the nnennea Commission may obligate In the Senate and I" 'I'
"Section! It (a). That beginning I".lf us therein to the n-
I,. F. MCWIIIHM1' nnd. If mnrrteilMEC January Irt 1943. and for fifty 1501) of the Boerd beyond the current resources of "i>nre.entattvp8 shall rnn'i-M '0. m.1. '.nt of ?<.."rovld.I'h.'of, be ted the same
L. E. MCVIIMAMS I who fphrNtlnn br the fjovernor May State Game Fund unless soeclflcallv Inc such annortlontner" I" rri
yearn thereafter, the proceed of two 1 l I- !aern'a' r'reeui to "nd n* sub"Mite" -
name I. to rlnlntllT IT niiknowii 1441I"o so au'horlred by the he legislature, shall Ml tn re'nocion .h,1
I lie) cent per gallon of tb. total tax Lel.lltma tn h- n'M.- c if State In
ELIZABETh: MC 'hf.T.t.t'. nnd It levied b7 the Stat law upon gasoline Piled ta office Beet! State Mae 7. Th* legislature any ( the r."r..nlotr>." .'In the t cot. the General' FV' on of Representatives .
marrM ____ ___ MCWILII\M'"> o laws In aid of but not Inconsistentwith lath ?. as .lul.d .' Tnendmenthe
u un fend other like products of petroleum. 13. 1141 In 1042 for their approval or
her b".hnn'ho.! .,' ihrlstlnn acme 1 I. BOW known .. the Second Oa Tax. the provisions of this amendment n"v.- ,"' ,. wlth'n thirty day'ifter lectionthat: Is to nov that Section r.
to pliilntllY unknunn nnil all nthetpermni and upon other fuels used to propel and all existing laws Inconsistent the sdlonmment' of the remilatesalor of Article X be amended by adding
.
knnnn or unknown clnlinlnn Motor vehicles. shall a* collected be .* JOIN RBSOLUTIIN Proponing herewith shall no longer remain call the legislature' .etnen 'hereto the following Section'Section :
any Intcrent ni heir, derlnees "'lflll..... monthly In the Stat Roads to the Cnnpt tutlon olhe In force and effect All laws flxlnr' ptr'no"' tesslon to conslrte'
placed
1-A That the salary,
of the of Florida to be Known u Densities for the violation' of the provisions he miestlon of reannorttopTpent and
other rlnlmant under allY state Treasury Slat
or Distribution Bund In 'b.
to ertraftrrtip' session of the t.u. and Income from any Soture.whatanuever
of Article EVIL Relating of this amendment and all laws i/-h w.o.
named difendantn or anof \ '
hprclnnhn\e and divided Into three (3) equal
Imposing license taxes shall be enacted ',iature is K.reh* monSacapu'. require" due and owing or e become
them or otherwlni claiming any which shall be distributed "mondment ,
parts due and to anv rson
Intercut In or to the following de Monthly among the several counties BB IT RESOLVED BT PRE UBOI8LATURE by the L'lalur. from timeto r."n" by this the. r."t.lo".1. | e'-. who Is the head nwlnl family .,dlnl
OP FLORIDA time -.1.- "
crlbed property dltunte lying andheliiif M follow: OP THE STATE 0 .. -"nnlent ouch ertraoMIi 'in this State shall be the .
In Okeerhohee (Conntv, Florida That the following Amendment to Approved b, the Governor May S 0,0 "nrnlshment In the courts of thla
One part according te area on pan XVTJ "cr *A*inn for r
W ',' of W% of !Section' 2T: and according to POPulation. and one part be known u Section 3 of Atlcl. and 1911 -,.nf hn'i not o be ...t.I to.nMrlon' fttnte m. be provided by law to
E'i ol Section 21. TownHhlp of the present In office Sects ol Stats Mac the not more than 5S% of
according to the counties contributions shall be 11.0 he en* of ttrenty i'.os or at all tint'1esnnnrtlonment
to
117 South, flange 34 En it. the same la hereby agreed 5 irh "alary, waves and Income for
to tb. cost of Stat road construction electora of the State Is effected aol sbs1 .
submitted to the
OlIFFTIVO"- In the ratio of distribution of -n"sMee nn hnsiness other than .uci'.qfl5.t1fl.SSflP the payment of env obligations arising
\ 0A R FJ IIEHFBY VOTIFIEP a* orovlded' In Chapter 1M39 Law ol at the general election Repreienta-U42 A Proposing \ by express or Implied contract enb-
A D
that tlipre, bin thin lAY hi-en Bled In Florida Act of 1931 and for the purpose tlvea. to lie held In toe ,e in 1T'.. RIOLUOI of the nproyed by the Oovernor June 7 sequent to the adoption of thtsjnmendment
to. I
:
the Clri-ult' Court In and for Okeprhobw of the apportionment based on of Florida by Addlns nrovlded however that
County. Florida In Chancervt She counties' contribution for the Section 3. a.. any regular or ape- :onotllUtOI .ddltlonal Section Relatng (941File" the L'oltr. 'h,1 not extend the
Bill of (Complaint wherein PARKER I 5051 of State road construction the clal or extra tesslon, the Legislature .10 the election of Circuit InduesBB ) 'In office of Secretary of State r'l-ht as herein' 1.
by vote ol of all memo t 'me 9 1941A vM d where the salary la 121 00 or
BROTIIEHS! a Florida corpornflon 1 1plalntlH la amount of the contribution established tbree-Iourtt IT RESOLVED BT TB! LFOISwATURE .
and! you, nhnvn named! and by the certificate mad In 1931 I ben elected Rou. ahall determine OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA per week except tl necessities of life

C.n.. S1MW, are defendnntu. the purpose Pursuant to aald Chapter 1MM shall that an emergency requiringan That Article S of the Constitution ot JO1VT RESOLUTION Proiws'ngan a' may from t time b defined
of the
of which In the forecloaiire of a be taken and deemed conclusive In el., decision by the tlectora this the State of Florida Be amended by A-ncnd"cnt to Arie '' "t the by the Ie,'.I.ot.p
morttnji| enpumlierlng the ahovn dencrlhert omputlnt the monthly amount distributable exist an amendment to adding thereto an additional Sectionto Constitution of the State of Florida 'nprn.1 by the fjovernor Tune II.
of record according to said contributions Constitution dealing with the ebJec County and Municipal 11.'
I Innili \thli-h U among be known a* Section 46 of said Relating to "
matter of such emergency may Fl-s In oflce Secty of Stat June
Oheechohpe Sucb funds so distributed shall pr
PublIc Record of i Circuit
the Amendmentbe Article relating to the Election ot Oovrnm.nt
and If the proposed 1941
County. Florida In Deed Book 27 at be administered by the State Board ot posed agreed to by a cot Judges be and the same Is hereby BE IT ENACTED BT TOT LEGISLATORS 1
Page 2M thereof and yon are hereby Administration a* Hereinafter protided. of all the members te-Iourb neb agreed to and hall be submitted to OF THE STArE oy'FI.ORIO' -

r.oulred I to file your appearance or Rouse the lame shall be entered upon the electors of the Stat of Floridafor Tint the following amendment t Ar A JOIVT Promising
defenie thereto perionnllv or hv attornpy (b) Th* Oovernor a* Chairman, lbs respective Journal with the yea ratification or "ejection, a the Mel 1 Vt of the Constitution tb the RISLUTr' 16 of Article
at the rl"rrn, the Clerk of State Treasurer and lbs Stat Comptroller Ih"t nays thereon Thereupon at the General Election to b* held the Stat Florida relating to County I".nlmpnt Constitution of pirI -
the Circuit' ol and for Okeerhoh shall oonstltut a body cor lam aeulon the Legislature chill pro first Tuesday after the first Monday and Municipal' Ornment to benumbered I In Relating to Taxation of Propertyof

""e (County, Florida In Chancery Dorac* ortoAd'ln known a* the State vide for a special election to be beld '0 Nov.mh. 1942 .follows* SOlon 1 Ild Article Corporations with Cer.11 Exemptions
lit the Court IToime In OkeechoheeFlorida Board oo, wblcn Board not 1 less ninety nor more man -Section 4t Circuit Judgea shall VII be Is hereby agreed for Religious MunlctPHl -
tha
on the Rule Dar In November shall succeed to all the power, control one bun eighty day after adlournment nereaftet b* elected by the qualified shall be submitted to the electors Educational Literary Fraternal
A. I>. 1042, the name being the and authority ot the statutory Board for publication of electors of their respective Indicia) ot the State for ratification or or Charitable' Purpose

2nd flay of iialdfnnth.. fulling\ whichdu'cl'eft tt Administration Said Board snail notice r'fd at which special election tirculta' aa other Stat ,and Count rejection at the next general electionto HP IT PESOTVFT) BT I 'OTS.LATtTBE .
have. In addition to luch M be held In November 1942
pro ponfemn will he entered power the Amendment shill be iff Ida la are elected to.Wt. OF THE CTA3'Orp'70101Di
nzalnxt jon and the cause allowed, to Buy be conferred upon It by law the submitted to the electors of the Statefor first election of Circuit Judges Section 11 The County Commissioners Section 1 That the

proceed et parte.WITNTSS Management ed"grld.: supervision approval- rejection; provided T.be at the General Election of Dads County who .bal be amendment to Section K fnn"wln"
The ItOV. A. O. KAN.NEIt. of the two <2c) cent that If a general election of Representative In 1941 b.lt.... office on the first elected at the general election 1942 xvi of the Constitution of the Stat
Court In M Mid taxe and all money and other la to occur within uld period shall Immediately after the beginningof
Circuit *
Tudire of the Tuesday after the first Monday, of Florida relating to taxation of thenroparty
and for nkeeihohe County Florid assets which on the effectIve date of such Amendment ,bal b submittedto Ja for a term of I their t.rm of office redlatrlct nf corporation with certainexemptions

UK alao the neal thereof at the Court IbIs become amendment ire to applicable the bond or of may the the ..t at "oer .lec b:7rgof all such r 'I.tbey Dude Int County numbered Com for religious scientific milnlclosl -

Tloime In Okeechohee. Florida thin several counties applicable of this? State or any tionO. than severally exist at tbe of missioners' DI.trlrt t lie from educational literary fraternal
Ifttti Pur of September A TV 1042. special road and bridgs district or a majority et the elector totingupon adoption of this be by the said mllonp. oneto the or charitable purposes b* and the
ROY U. RArLFRSON.Clerk ether special taxing district thereof. the proposed Amendment bail and they are hereby extended to terminate five "el.elv. *such verne Is hereby aereed to and shall
of the Circuit Court In and Isaued prior to July I... 1931: for road adopt the Amendment. the earns ihall on the first Tuesday after the boundaries Districts tn th *. mihmoted to the electors of the
within nspectlve -
for Okepchobpe County Florida and bridge word become a part of this ConatltutlonTl. first Monday 'In January 1940* manner a* to Include Slate of Florida for ratification or
followsOne
(Seal) Bond a* used purpose herein .br Include Amendment shall not b* held to Approved by UM Oovernor .1 Districts territory a Districts rejection a, the n"xr general .I'n
A true copy attest: bonds time warrAnts notee and other .d.. w in anvwlne affect one 1941 of the said Comml.t"ne.the territory tn be held In 1947that Is to 55. that
existing be Constitution office ot Secretary ot But .11 comprise the said, Section Id of Aflcls nthe
ROY R. RAI'LERSOVClerk forma ol indebtedness issued for road : in al 1V
01 April
of. the Circuit Court In and and brIdge purpose* by any county orspecial relating to 'den'*, but shall b* Pled 13. 1941 which' O the le dsy Election Pre ronsHtutlon of the State o no

for Okeechohee (County Florida road and brldg district or regarded a* .1 additioa method 1941 elnet. embraced numbered" fl lnclu".. follows Ma he* amended & t .41 .
"al) district Outstanding Amendment ter.to Rr UTIOI4 Proposingan t
( ther special taxing 6 A JOINT and also such Flection Pr"elnot
M. A Roiiln on July )st. 1931 or any refunding A"p Oovernor aUf Am.Ddme, Artlcl Sixteen of numbered .c o DO and 61 ss "III" It The pronerr 'if .
Arcadia Florida" \Issues thereof Said Board the Constitution -U Florida by adding : the western shore of Biscavne Corporations except the oronsrty of
Piled office Sooty ol SMU Mf t .
Attorney for PlaintiffNOTICE rial) ban tile Statutory powell of H thereto a"dltlOII Section Permitting Ba o all as estahllshsd by a resolution corporation which shall constnict a
Boards of Oounty Commlsslonen and 1941 the W'LlI.tu VMI the Powers of the County Commissionersof shin or barge canal across the peninsula
Bond Trustees and of any other of Regulation Re said County adopted November es Florida If th* Legialarirreshould
Okeechobee County Florida Authority of special! road and bridge A JOnrr II 1O proposing I m.ln. the Conservation of SaltWater ion a* Resolution i enact whether heretofore
October 12 1D 2. districts. and other ipeclal taxing district an fof the FIsh and Salt Water Product 1077 "e'\alo "hereafter Incorrxwated shall b.
NOTICE IS HEREBY!: OIVEN That thereof' with regard to Mid Constitution ot1M State ot Florida I In a Board o CommissionBB Another et tile sail District shall ifetsr taxation unless such
1WIH hand* except that the power to .levy R-IMlve to the ExecutIve [ RESOLVED BT and only t"etoto. tite and used to the extent
n
puriuant to Section 0 of Chapter ( comprise the
Lawn cf Florida Aeta 1917 known II ad valorem taxes to xpresly withheld by Adding thereto an panment'l LATURX OP THE STATE T LIt .hl tto the 1st day (least OTie.fmtrtti thereof for :
the MfrtrilY ACT. the following decrlhed from Mid, board) and iball take over tion .. Create a Game That ArtIcle Sixteen ol tbs Constl- .941 O in Orummilsionera' "I."tlp municipal, educational
document and records Water Fish CommissionBS embr rtiariraMe
M pe_ nr
lotion of UM Stat of Florida lie District Commls- ..
land 1 In Okeechobei County Board rr RcaotWD BT rm LiomI "I "
Concerning the earn Said Provided however this amend.ment -
d adding thereto an addi 8 .. described In .
Florida will ha offered for sale at hall have th power from dm to ,ATURB OP TOT STATS OP PORIA' led Section by to b* known a* slonen1 Boo Dt.lrl Minutes of tb* County H"Rn not affect the peswi.ioawbnf
public outcry for the h1gh .t and bentcub tame to Issue refundIng bond to ma- That .I following t tlO Aid ArtIcle It BtO Commissioners' of Mid County at sieeMona n and t "I" I
bid auhject to the right of the tare within the said, fifty ISO yearBerKxt ArtKM of UM Constitution 01 Legislature to vest the power of 1M rat the mstitutton "0""
Trnateei. of the Internal ImprovementFund for any of Mid outstanding Stat. of Florida relative to the EzeenIi' ruin and regulation m.I page Another st of seq the I MM I A" 5 r the O..mM.' II.
to reject any and all bids. at bond* or Interest thereon and to es- Department by Rdlnl thereto *a of salt water and District Omlll8' ''T 1 \

the Court Home at 10 A.M on the an them by a pledge of anticipated additional eoetlO b knoW all UntO product a board f. commission which 81 -D' day pited ot
"nl
11th dnv of :-ov; lIIh.r. 11)42. Enaement fnelpt* from web gasoline or other Section 30 Artist .n and t BUM hereby 1941 e tl. June 1*.. "I M
for road, rlurht-of.way 2M font wide fas* taxee to be distributed to swab a Oam dad Presb Water Plan agreed to b than be tohs PbN I cmt.lcl. "P" 1
will be reserved from All) panel Isonti es larsOn provided .b.. mlaaloa lie and the HUB t* hereby 8 .. .. tl of tb' I eo' aid Tfce e1455 east IB seaanttane .
through which there U an exlitlnii II a grater rate of Interest then aM agreed tr and shall Be submitted 0' toT I or nfeettoa P "DUt''d Comity at C. proponed am8tmMt. and
.... aow hear sad to tome, ecu or the Bertort of \1M State II Florida "'We.1 tim 11 "
State Road to et and sloe an tile territory _
behalf ef eonaty ortarunoatM for ratificatton or' rt* ttoa M tn. O.nw 1 r r e
Tot 24 Block F, Wright A BUM alienee oa esty MOB day tIM first day of April. 141 .
.It .. .. ... p.ee m'" O.nnl Blertton to b* bM on tn* t aWtoWVSMtkw : we an rMHIatvni.1 an .
Subdlvlilon. 1fl Inc and 19 to 24'Inr. all ..... .... hi .... _.". or n ToamUy after MM first MoiMlay M em"Pl.. .,Pne estab num 5 TCaT (w .
Lola 11 to "
.ee... seal wad. bridge BWet se __ 1M1. H taJHHMt T 11.-. Mfby
Bass IV
\ No
.. Blk A, Wright -- Is5.S ...... lb.IIsi ...... 8" I Prom and nat Jam. sd 111 _. I.hl b* the aforeMld Resolution '_' "
MuMI.lolon ... 0 the aew 1M berasnto Ml *
se .. *y
Lot 8. Block B, Wright A Bonn i>MtiBf .:r.rti. MBXSB ._. tt .lane... _: tt. aartbetlty e i. lt AamtMT of BB* MM Dletrte aJaBomaastse afftaasl aJMOreallahassn.
Subdlvlilon.Trnateei tBBB tBasto rfll .. SSJM .. sal. .. -.Ul. r-M .... .P SJM terrlturf wtilob VM an .ataw ;
1.
of the Internal .... 1- ... and. lbs -to ." MattM Pe tee imy of Lout 141. rabraedla (...
Improvement Fund of lb. Iseb .... .. ..., ....o o to the SKSIIUVIIIM *t l fki OBsaisitoar*> Dtotrtet Mo I. as a* A-flriTT
State of Florida. se .. ..se4LI -. ... vs50 dtllb4a t Boot .II lbs Mlseimci 0 *' r.,

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