The Okeechobee news
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Title: The Okeechobee news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The Okeechobee Publishers, Inc.
Place of Publication: Okeechobee Fla
Creation Date: August 4, 1944
Publication Date: -1992
Frequency: triweekly[<1989>-1992]
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Newspapers -- Okeechobee County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Okeechobee -- Okeechobee
Coordinates: 27.241667 x -80.833056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 82, no. 91 (Sept. 13, 1992).
General Note: "The voice of the Everglades."
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 6, no. 24 (Jan. 8, 1926).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Volume 30 Number 7 Okeechobee, Florida, Friday, August 4, 1944 Price Five Cents
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News of Our Boys:!. :MRS.TAMl'A J.: L. BREWER LAST --J Writer ShockedAt tOY YESTERDAY R. RAULEKSO.N'}'O LEFT ATTEND 1 I Legislators Met In Tampa Last

In Various Camps ,! WAS #) What He Read STATE MEET OF CLERKS )I Week-end: Elected Speaker and

Roy R. Raulerson, Clerk of the

At Home & Abroad,, hu Mrs.in Iin J. Tampa L. Brewer on Friday died at of last her On Return HomeThe Circuit left yesterday Court of for Okeechobee Jacksonville County wherehe ,i') Pledged Aid, for School TeachersDOUGLAS

I seek following a short illness Mrs went to attend the annual meet I'
Tampa, July 29.-Closing a three-
Archie Bass who enlisted In thei Brewer will be remembered here following is taken from an ing of the State Association of : E. AUSTIN\ iSiTS-1 day caucus In Tampa over the week

Seabees early last year, returned to as Mis Wanda Cousart where she article that was written by Quen- Circuit Court Clerks that Is in le.,1 OKEECHOBEE, end, Florida legislators elected
tin homo on the Lake Front lastwnk son there IDS YOUTII, WITH FAMILYMr
today. lie
ten Reynolds after his from
return was
daYI1 lived n.any year before moving with accompanied ,Rep. ,Evans Crary, of Stuart, speaker
and ii pending thirty many months spent at the various on the trip by County JudgeT. )I and J. Min Ayers, of Trenton, a*
herd with his parents Mr. and Mrs. her family to Tampa. battlefronts where United States W. Conely Jr. It Is expected that and Mrs. Douglas E. Austin,! speaker pro-tern for the 1945 ses

Q. J. Base After Archie enlisted, Mrs. Brewer is survived by her troops are now fighting and expresses many matter of general interest and daughter Dorothy Ann and! : lion

in this branch of the service he WAS husband, two children, mother and the views of many. of those to the county clerk will be broughtout I Mary Gale, of Ft. Pierce, were Ini', Crary was elected on a unanimous

vent to the Pacific theatre of war one brother who is in the service.. men i '"' at this i-ieeting among the most Okeechobee over the week-nd, en- verbal vote, while Ayers gathereda

whore he has been for the past Funeral services were conducted for Important of which will be a thorough route to Clewlston, the last lap of
the third ballot for
majority on
fifteen n onths. When his furlough'is her in Tampa Tuesday afternoon Home again for a month now and going over of the present tax their annual vacation, which was! speaker pro-tern. h

up he will again head for California they and the body was laid to rest In for the first time in seven months!, 'laws which affect the county, state spent chiefly at Daytona Beach.| A resolution Introduced by Rep.

und then to the Islands of that city.Many. I'm completely bewildered. It was!; 'and drainage districts. Douglas is an old, Okeechobee boy,<:' resentative Crews of Jacksonville
Paei fie. -- \' -- ,-v I son of lion D. E. Austin Sr., who
I n shock to pick up. the papers and would give school legislation first
read column of criticism of ours' j was mayor, and chairman of the.. consideration the calendar when
Club Had on
The Hargraves family is in recipt Calves Are war effort. Everything f saw In1-! CiVic I first hoard of county commissioners -, the 1045 session opens next Spring.

>' of a letter from their daughter of Okeechobee county, having
the war zone led me to believe than It calls for Increasesto
I in law, Mrs Fcrmel Margraves, Placed In 4-H materiel Two Speakers at i been the Okeechobee district, mem-| pay
our was the best in the' date back to the start of the :
who is In Mississippi! with her bus world that br of the St. Lucle board of com- ,
; a military miracle had 1944-45 school term.
hand, Sergeant Torinol Hargravos, ilssloncrs at the time thud county) ,
Clubs In 2 been achieved In the rapid training, Meeting Tuesday I The 1943 legislature voted a $950
in' which ehe states that the section Years )I was created In 1917. After leaving
of our troops; that our war effort teacher unit appropriation for
they are now located in has just ,' Okecthobee, Douglas. attended the I payment
was> being handled with a minimum1' -
I of teachers salaries but Governor

through two storms In one high school at Ft. Pierce, and the .
gone (,iuiie 8\'llIe, Fla MoH than 1500 of red tape, lost effort and incffi'j jcicncy. At the mectng of the Okeechobee Holland vetoed It In belief that "
week And that much damage was I I Peacock School for Boys at Atlanta,!
dairy calves and heifers have been I knew that neither Genera -; there then took his at'
done by them. Fortunately engineering course
placed with Florida 4-11[ club boys ) Marshall nor General Eisen-j! ;Hotel Tuesday at; noon, the club hadas crease.
were no live lout, Georgia Tech, and accepted a position
I during the past two yean, R. W. hower could wave mnglc wands and ,guest speakers Robert Reserve, I' "The adoption of this resolution
in of Ft.
-o- as engineer charge
Blacklock, club agent with the State have the ships arrive In the Med- of Marianna and Eugene M. WI1-, Rep. Richard H. Simpson, 1943
fS. L Sweat, who Is with the na'I Pierce water department, where ho'
Agricultural Extension Serlce Iterranena right on time, loaded hams of Clewist .11. Both talked [
reported I morel I speaker told his fellow legislator, .'
nl! forces In the Pacific, arrived In I has served since, a period'of
today. with just what we needed for com along the line of civic improvementand "doesn't mean that we won't give
and Is spending than eleven He has |
last week
()uchobec ) years. many '
'' Calves and heifers that were bat. I knew that when an Amer publicity with a view of Interesting the teacher more than $950, if the
thirty days here with his par-|' being I lean soldier set foot on an enemy I to locate here. ': friends in Okeechobee who are';
and placed as the program was j new people chosen'' money Is' available. It Just commit
Mrs.[ Alvin Sweat of his In his
'nta, Mr. and ) proud \ success
bench he had the bust
electrician second launched in 1942 are now providingmilk equipment The meeting WAR held with a view field. I us to provide at least that much."

family. He Is for their owner, and when possible. I felt that somebody buck of getting some facts as regards a Virtually every legislator present
that has seen ---V--
aboard ship
lass a
Aleutian 'all that have been placed thus far home must be doing a' wonderfuljob publicity agent for the county since'' at the caucus signed his name asa
-" ", ice In Alaska and the have Into their milk of organization. and the county commissioners have agreed co-introducer
other developed cow The Blind of the resolution,
I Mnndi well as many Aged
tlon to effect this result
to Include In their budget
He that production will be sufficient to provide which Crewes, who introduced It,
(places In the pacific.[ says couldn't do it alone. Yet, from the
sufficient to a publicity ,
money pay
enough milk daily for
hs, ship U tied up In dry docks forrepairs more would think that Washington ) I And the ChildrenGet Superintendent
he 'than 10,000 children, Mr. Blacklock papers one man to devote all of his time to
and that Is the '
I was a madhouse, Inhabited those affairs. |i
thirty 'explained | English, who was a guest at the
,vas successful In getting n by certified lunatics, crooks or After the meeting Tuesday the
The under I' More .
program got way earlyIn Money caucus
Ja) leave. / politicians. i
shady that
conmittee from the Civic Club
_- 1942, when N. H. McQueen, Char While no resolution were presI .

and Mrs. M. E. Lanier who, lotte County agent, placed 20 calves When you return you are labor was appointed to make recommendations I I ended dealing with the question of

Mr. word several weeks ago 'with club boy In his county. The ing under the apparently absurd I as regards the hiring of someone West Palm Beach, Aug.. 1. -- In.; more money for the aged, or aid for
received delusion that at war with and
we Meserve
are both Mr.
Pfc. Reuben Lanier, boys bought the young calves from met with creases In old-age assistance, aid to disabled veterans, these subject
that their son, Japan and Germany Reading view of making I,
William with
seriously wounded In >dairymen in the southern part of the some Mr. a the blind and old to dependent were freely discussed and will be
had been might be the .
received a letter from him'' state, paying only $2 apiece for them newspapers you si/i: recommendation to children grants, recently authorizedby officially considered at another
France, for thinking we are at war with Commissioners at
which he that he i and agreeing to raise them to family j Board of County the State Welfare Board, will go' caucus to be held In Miami in September
week In says
this Britian and with the President of, their here next Monday.
after I 'milk cow*. the ideM appealed im- meeting ; Into effect during August, State' or October.
in very mue" Improved ,hisb 'the Or.Hed StaUa: .> *:% tli l6111U\ntt't{ : ft'Talk ._ '...
and hopes to 'mbdiately" to' other ciub boy -'Tn 4CWW- .. Just ? tfo'clC'il Welfare,1 CommlsslonV 'L In3'-W-: In th9"hot tel r16fcble>fur. '
stay In the hospital I arrived home and Immediatelywent has not been made known .
to his outfit with I\1| (Charlotte and other counties and\ Hiatt has advised the District 10' Ing the meet, dealt with post-war
be able to return to a quiet resort for a week] "
short time. Reuben was soon calves werebclng placed In al \ Welfare Board, according. to announcement problems and what Florida must do > '
in a very | to catch my breath. I felt that ev-j| u'
Invasion of France counties where 4-11 work is goingon. today of 12.:: H. Hunt, to tie in on the national program. '
wounded In the ery now and then one of the elder :from the front to hear people talk v's
the War Department Before the end of this yea I 1 district board member, Many legislators feel that it'will be
but at the ly gentlemen who were dozing Mnj: and write of the German Army with I
that he had more than 500 calves obtained from The Increase will raise the av I up to the state to provide legislation -
notified parents Our for some
the hotel lobby would wake up i contempt. people,
no details.I .'dairies In the southern section of and'atop the' erage of old-age. assistance grants that will safeguard the interests
wounded they pave
and hate
he-en a passing bellboy to ask, "Ial j strange. reason, fear I
this week he says he the state will be placed with club from $24.00 per month to $28.60, of not only disabled veterans,
la., his letter Roosevelt dead yet'" When the bellboy Jap but dismiss the Germans Clio I'
wounded In the left arm and boys \ will crack the average of aid to the blind but all those returning to the stateat
was said "No, the elderly, black- ually. Maybe Germany '

,,1..,,..., However, no bones were success and expansion of the pro and then go back to sleep,1! I know that neither the American' month and the average of aid tO| openly expressed themselves In

ni' >k. n and )1"8 recovery has been grain," Mr. Blacklock said, "a At the resort a man asked me nor British G2 have any concrete:1: dependent children grants from favor of an Increase In old] age pension

rapId '1 placement of the calves and heifer where I lived. I told him I livedIn Information which would provide evidence $30.00 to $33.50 per month The In-' *, some advocating $20 of state

,V ---- I i means more adequate milk supplie I New York City. "]low awful!" to that effect. I create In the old-age assistance fund to match the federal allot

Florida CattlemenIn for hundreds of Florida families. he said, "All you see there are'' I do know that within the past grant was the third within a year ment.

More milk, of course means Im- Jews" I I"I'm few month Germany has put t Into and nearly doubles the $14.62 aver 'j Speaker Simpson cautioned members

pioMnnent in health. The programhas used to being with Jews I combat the Folke-Wulf 200, a mag: age. of June, last year, j I against making definite commitments .

Earnest About also had a good effect on'many told him. "Where I've been lately nificent heavy aircraft, so well Mr. Hunt explained that the Increase I at this time. "You will

adult farmers who have seen th the place Is full of them. armed that nothing we have can' In grants to a higher average often find," he said, "that you can

Improved PasturesThat boys succeed with their animal "Where have you been" ho' as yet cope with It on equal terms. does not mean that all recelpanti 1 not support a bill after you hear It

and have been influenced to rail asked, evincing much interest | I know the German submarine will receive the same amount. He read."

calve themselves either for horn "I've been with the First Division were Inactive for some months and,' pointed out, as an illustration that' The long fight of the Florida

Florida farmer, cattlemen, milk supplies or to sell to dairies In Sicily," I said. Full of Jews. while credulous wishful thinkers the grant of those nON getting League of Municipalities for more

,11,d dairymen are more in earnest when they come into production" It'll please you to know a hell ofa chorti-led, "The submarine menace $-10.00 per month as old-age assistance money for cities and towns appear

bout good pastures than ever before The calves are obtained by th lot of them were killed. 1 la ended our naval! men warned, would not be raised, as thisIs ed to be beering'fruit and legislate

becoming more evident every day. county agents from dairy herds and lie looked at me and blinked, not "Tho chances aro they've been calledIn the largest amount that the law ors are Inclined to look with some

Long have animal husbandmen, then sold at cost to the club boy. understanding, end walked away to be fitted with new weapons.", provide for. 'All grants, he said)I sympathy on the financial trouble

agronomists, and livestock owners The club agent expressed because I was a little afraid that I That proved to be the case. I know are based on need, taken In connection ',: of municipalities. '

who had good pastures known that tion dairymen for their apprecla'i might get sick or slug him. j that no fighter plane In the world with the number of eligible pert I There was considerable discuss

..uod pastures managed properly are operation with the program This was the America I returned (with the possible exception of the| sons and the funds available. Ion of the so-called "House Philos

the cheapest feed one can obtain, ing the calves and selling\ them at to. Our men abroad deserve something Spitfire 0) can compare with the' In authorizing the Increase In the ophy" of the general appropriation

lout the tremendous wartime needtw I low cost to tho boys. better than a country which'Is German Focke-Wulf 190. Our pilots I,, old-age !grant the State Welfare! bill passed by the 1943 session but

t animal products and limited I atilt stupid with reaction and' have told me this j Board and Governor Holland both vetoed by Governor Holland.
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loud supplies have placed special prejudice. There are no Democrats,' I know that the German havedeslll'ned felt that it was safe to proceed on'!i' Legislators point out that the

this obtained more than 50 truckloads the front. Thereare bomb rocket-propelled,1' state spends between $50,000,000and
,mphasli on fact. no Republicans at a an estimate of $3,000,000 in racing

Improved pasture acreage In Florida -|' of such material from the Experl no Protestants, no Catholics, that has our research men going revenue, the same amount receivedlast $60,000,000 a year although only

has Increased notably during the ment Station In Gainesville. no Jews at the front. There are gray. This was the bomb that hit' year, Commissioner Hiatt had $15,000,000 or so Is actually appropriated -

past decade, and Interest In the matter -' Grass has come to the front In men In uniform who, at the very the Savannah; the one that sank written the district board. He had by the legislature, the rest

during the past few months has Florida agriculture and now occupies I best, are giving up a year or two the battleship Roma. I explained that the horse racing season being taken care of through continue

been especially noteworthy. Scores a more Important position thai I of their lives to serve a country Our combat generals think the had been extended 20 days over 1 Ing appropriations for the various

tlf farmers and other producers of; ever before, and the Interest ll they believe In. To paraphrase German Army Is as strong as ever.I', previous years, and that the outlook departments, boards and] bureaus,

'moat and milk have greatly expand-, grass Is rapidly Increasing mates I Tolstoy, those maggots who continually They may be wrong. but, after all, for a prosperous season was good. I They feel that the legislature, as
of waning. The Importance of good bodyof {! representatives of the people, should
til their improved pasture and are,, gnaw at the healthy their opinion based on experience, V

rtiluing and managing them efflucntly -|l,r pasture has been stressed by th I America perhaps can do no permanent seems worth considering. They don't' R. A. Burgess returned to his have a closer check on such expenditures

for maximum production of Experiment Station and Extension[ harm, but we would be foolsto think that we can lose this war, after spending'' and In all probability %thlt[
home here Sunday
meat and milk :I I Service for many years and th allow them to go too far. but they don't yet see how we can matter will result In *nothe/'legl.'
I ten days In Hot Springs, Ark. T. H.
Farmers In some communities,' progress that has been made in thl I know of no ono in America (except win It. Neither do [. Once we l'lx'who accompanied him there will lative battle at the coming session.

have established tracts for producing ) field, during the past few years i ia i. the parents and wives and really take Italy and have air base not return for two more weeks. While both Governor Spessnrd

seed material of improved pasture source of deep satisfaction to children of the dead) who has as i In Northern Italy the real Job of -- I Holland and Governor-elect Millard

they obtain workers of the two agencies yet been called upon to make any Invading Germany will come. The'' Caldwell were Invited to attend the
grasses so may for'
Mrs. V. F. Reeves left Sunday
material from them for planting on 1] Florida has thousands of acres o real sacrifice. We suffer some i great air invasion of the past few:' will ),' caucus, they failed to put in an appearance
Winter Garden where she spend
their lands. Several county governments land that can be converted IntI minor inconveniences, but actuallythe months has been the preclude. I, and .

in the state, Intent on1 I I I good pastures and Florida livestock war hasn't touched us yet. It; can't forget what General Montgomery a month visiting relatives V

helping livestock owners In this''', owners are realizing this more ev hasn't touched us as It has touchedthe I said: "The war has finally,( friends. I Mrs. Saphronla Pease, deputy clerkof
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very Important phase of production,1|I try day. The Intensified Expertj -I people of Brltlan or Russia. I: begun." I think he I Is right. the circuit court in the office of

have also established such tracts,:;j: ment Station research program onI am sure that if we were called uponto i preliminaries are over. The actors I The use of vinegar for combating Roy R. Raulerson, returned to Okee

preparing the land, planting, and I 1 I pastures and the Inclination of producers make the sacrifice they have i have learned their lines. The dress 1 coccldiosls in chicken kai been chobee Sunday after spending a

fertilizing the land at county cost. to take advantage of (he op wade we, as a people, would be i rohesrshal has been held. The or-j found not only useless but possibly j month visiting relative and vacationing -

For several years the Florida Experiment portunitle of land, mild climate quite equal to our destiny. Whether chestra has played the overture.,, harmful; | In North Carolina.

Station has provided planting and other favorable condition pre that time will ever come, I don't The play Is about to begin. The i i -o- I

material of Improved grasses veiling In this state, make the pros 'knuw. I doubt It very much. But curtain rise*. 0 J I .Dr. T. T. Coleman returned home i' Mr. and Mr. J. R. Going return'ed

from Its experimental pastures to' pect for wide, green, and highly' If the time does come It may find Sunday after spending three weeks)| to their home her the first of

farmers when It was available. productive grating land In FlorId I u* unprepared, mentally.It S The. curtain did rle-on lens 1 visiting relatives In Tallahrsse and the week after spending two week

Thus far this year, farmers have bright Indeed. Is a hock to anyone returning S, 1944. other West Florida cities In Georgia and. North Florida.lI.ob .',

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Muc). holder of 'l'ax Certificate \
M$ MXRIN&CAPTAIN I H, 1..11 the let day of
Published Every Iriday: by the l1'n...\., A, I). 11>>2. has filed nine tom 1
Okwchobre News Co. at Oke cho- } office: bun made application for "When I
a Tnt (1rrIn< he lulled thereon Said I
bee, Okeechobee County: Florida. rVrilflcnte' embrace. the followInit, de- !
." ,11.,1 propcm In the County .f

BRYANT BOWDEN!: .. _........ EdItor Ollppchohpp SE'4 of, NEV4 Stnte, of Hoctlon Florldil IT"' Twp to-wlt! ]'I .
- '1.1. Range S3.I .
;; ; ? The I ; RRwBiment of mid property ;
Entered second class mat r under mild' Certificate lamed. was In I'I'tI. '
July 1. 1914, at the Port Office In I hr nAme of 1Illlo Yates :n Grow 3 .
I'nleia said< Certificate shell be re' ,
Ok"emo, Florida under the fle.millird .
doomed accnrdlnir to law property 1 .
Act of March 8, 1878.Readln j thpri-ln shall :he II'hl'II'' to the j
w $ tihi, >*t bidder, gt the door ,
( Aj' tho fret Monday In the month of I
notices In local columns, : % / n
.Xiiuiitt., Ifl4-l. whlrh II the 7th day of
10 cents a line Rates for display: \Mtflllt. 1WI.I '
advertMni furnished on application. I Doted this Sth day "f July' 1944, 1 r 1JJJ"I
Classified advertising, 2 cents ROY R. RAO.EnsON. I
1 ('...rk Circuit Court of :
each word per Insertion. AH Items Okvechohee County, Florida I xi
N'lrardlnlJ enterprises conducted for ii ircult Court Heal) 1t
profit are chargeable at rdvertlalnf 4u
Advertlslnq bills are payable: on OP FIOKIDA IN AND FOR OKER.CHOHKi '

the unknown first' of to publishers each month.required Parties to I PAUL I:WATFORD.COt'NTV.Plaintiff IN CIIA I CEIW. Every Boy Wants To Be Strong-

pay In advance. .1.1SUBSCRIPTIOM' VfRA MARY n. WATFORD.1 I j:
It tiv+ '"F \ '
RATE NOTICE I And Successful I
One year In advance .. .... 1300 oral Delivery, San Francisco California
Six months In advance ..._....,.1.00 I '
You heroinentered to appearto k
Three months In advance ....... 75 the Bill of Compliant for divorce
filed agnlnnt Son br Cnrl Watfort. Teach your boy to understand the valueof
HUGH DLEIDEL.U5MO; the above "tvled runic on or before I
E. G. the 7th tiny of Auitmt. A. D. W4.otlicrnlic .
I WAS AWARDED THE SILVER STAR MEDAL FORi1 the alleitntloni of the Bill money: the importance of regular save ,
VICE! PRESIDENT: OP KIA. HEROISM IN THE PACIFIC AKCA..HE REPEATEDU nf Complnlnt, nlll be taken a* confi'iKi'd -

STATE!! BANK AT !!I.\Nt'OKU' :;: Cw HIS MEN IN THE FACE, OF HEAVY JAP FIRE Thl l nsalint order shall YOU )>i> publlxhcd nee ing; and that the War Bonds and Stampsthe
I AND ALTHOUGH WOUNDED,CONTINUED TO mnllnir to law In The OkcerhubeeN"
family buys security for his
now are
E. 0. Kllpatrlck former caahler tint haring! Its principal place of I
; himliiPM In the County of Okeechobee I
of the Bank of Pahokee and more [ [D". grate of Florlila.Diited f
= post-war education and development! :
recently ta Mer of the newly or- at okpechnbee. Florida thus
iilh: day nf June 1044. ,
,an bed Okeechobee County Bank,'--.- -- -- nor Clerk R RAVIERSOV.of Circuit; Court. Buy his War Loan Bond here-Today!

has taken up his new duties asvlc. x=x-x= =x Okeechohp County Florida, u
president and caihler of the, Bv gopbronlil Pcnne. D, C. u I
r-x x-I 'K't Ct. Real *
Florida State Bank at Sanford Th Mary; Snnderfur Sctinlmnn
,' .Attorney for Plaintiff r
Sanford bank li another of the i
banks owned by the MoNulty Inter. YOUR NOTICE OF APPLICATION FORT l v '
,- \\ ACED Okeechobee
ute. Other banks owned and oppr'l- '.0"". of IOn | County

ated by the lam, Interests ar TIRES Prescott Notice, In holder hercM I 0,1"1'Ab! Certificate Joanna i I I ,
Gated at Klaiimtnct, New Smyrna': ;' Xo SMt heeled the lat dav ofJuly. rk
I A. D 131:. hat filed same In1mi I
Beach Melbourne i office;: has made application for
In recent years since the Bank I SMOOTH ? a 'I'in Per'd to he luaned thereon Paid I| : Bank I
CeriiricBtc embraces the following tie-
of Pahokee changed hands Mr. Kil-j, aerllii'd. property, | ; In the County lOr,,'
r Ok< "ilmhei'. Stnte of Florida, towlt:|
Patrick hai farmed at Port Mayacawhere Lots B
I.1 and 11 Browning Addl.II.u ) '
ht owns a home. When thel to City of Okeechnhce. I : Phone 15 C
Grade III Tires are becoming almost impossible ,,The I ameisment of tnld propertyinnliT I '
Okeechobee bank was organized the mill\ rVrtlflcate\ Issued In *
the nf Mnr\' Mel. F.ltAte.1) 11;
name nufhlln. |
McNulty interests persuaded Mr.: to secure that are any good and O. 1'nlo.* sell Certificate ahall he re1dri'ined .' Deposits Insured through Federal Deposit t.
Kiljiatriek to take over the cashier's I accurdlng' to law, property .
position and since then he has dlv-I I P. A. again calls all tire users' attention to crllied"111.'bout, lilil.lrr therein' at shall the 'onrlhn'lI he sold to dooron d"j ;, Insurance Corporation !Iii
and, the flr-t Monday In the month of ,
Ided his time between his farm
Augnet 1044, Mhlih Is the 7th Uny of i OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS 9
the new bank. the fact that there is a shortage of new tires. Aiiuint. 1<>>4, i :
i I x xt Dated, this ht day of .Tiilv, 1H44. ,!
Ai loon as possible Mr Kilpat-) IWII, IIACI.KRSON" ; '!) C. H. McNULTT, President N RAY CARROLL, YU.-Fnil f That it will be months before A Card ,
t many Clerk Circuit Court of I IOkeechnbee I
rick will sell his home at Port Mau -
County, Florida tl 3 E. G. KILPATRICK, Cashier
well all of hit farmIng (On nil I'oitrt Seal)
yaca as as holders can secure new tires. SO TAKE NOn ___ E M Meierv J. M. Roe, St. J. 0, Pearce Alien Harkkaa
equipment and move his famjlly I! t

to Sanford. The many friends : CHANCE! Have your tires recapped as soon Subscribe to The News !' fi t;
,f the Kilpiitricki will join this II II OCgOCuJAJJt1CJUlrg.ttli..ft: : : .'. LlL U.JU1Jt! :utl! !Ill,Ill!II,)!)(Jf.lI !I.J.lt1CJ1.IJ.Kn.1G
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they become smooth. Send them of
newspaper In wishing for them II!( as to one ------- -- - --- l

many years of iuccext in their new i .
the South's finest plants ten experience
home and undertaking.Evurglade.Gilbert I years J

News. .J \ 4--A .

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I Humphries Retreading i I ,
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TheatreOkeechobee x x x x x x x x x x x x

. j Advertise in The Okeechobee News I

Sunday & Monday ," .- -.- _. -- - -_. __.=-
jJJ'3 1JJUJ.2 w I I

Paulette Goddard and .,

Fred McMurrayin ".,


STANDING' ROOM Now Open Year Around i The Registration Books for Okeechobee .


ONLY I County, Florida, will be open from the First. .

I Riveria Hotel .
Also: THIS IS AMERICA :: ,, I-

'UTE NEWS j''''. GEM OF FLORIDA'S EAST COAST II Monday in August, 1944, and close the Second it.

Friday NOVELTY and Saturday I'! Announces Saturday! in October which is October 14, 4944. t

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Charles StarrettIN Ii i NEW CABANA CLUB Hours open from 9 A. M. to 12 A. M. and


SUNDOWNVALLEY Ii l: SWIMMING POOL and TENNIS COURT 1 I from 2 P. M.! until 5 P. M. each Monday, Wednesday .

I Music. Entertainment { .

II and Friday, in my office at the Court

Kay KyserIN Recreation

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House. .
Swing Fever

I not
Al.oES and CARTOON Anyone registered may do so. ,


Coming Attractions

"L\DV TAKES A CHANCE" I Write fer Descriptive Literature and Summer Rate l .

TENDER (,O IR \IJE Riveria Hotel Supervisor of Registration. '.

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You key i irayiig I Several Hotel Positions Open. Write! !: t ,

WAR DOIIDS I n.I" I.C : : "L'--YC :'" ;I ;
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KOTICK OF'r'AfPMfATIOV\ HHI> FOR Local and Personal Miss Betty Lou Myers of Avon nitKCIIES OF CHRIST, It II ImposaibU to conceive a of such

Law ot 19a. I Park li pending this week l.rel sd ENTIST"SPIRII" .1
Notice li hereby riven that Okee. omnipresence and Individuality exeept '
chohra Incorporated hoMer ot Tnx visiting at tho hOle of Mr. and Mrs I -
Certificate Nog. 2.1: 30 42. 41. 47 01), as Infinite Spirit or
Alvin Miss! the
51 and 53 l .siieil' the lit day of !Mn. W. B. llarirravei who underWent S".at. IY'r Is ; Is the subject of thi' (p. 331 : 20-24).

July. A. P. 11)12.) hni lied inme In daughter of Rev and Mrs Myersj I Los' Sctmon which will bo read :1,1.1
my efflce: hu mod application for an operation at the Cluwliton q&& | V

a Tnx Uoeil hi ha Issued I thereon. fluid hospital I tact week la reported very who nmde Oke.ehobeo their home In Churclies of Christ, Scientist
Certificate embraces lie oNciwInu' dcicrlhed several while Rev. Myers was Humility U the stepping itone U
property In toile County nt much In proved and hopes to be ableto yean throughout the world on Sunday, higher

. Okeechoheo state of Florida to.wit I her pAstor of the Methodist Church Auguitt 6, a recognition ef Deity The
return to home here within
lot 21. Suctlun H, ')'" al. lljre. H3 j I I mounting sense unthers fresh forms
Lot 1H. Ration HI!, Twp 31, Kge. M. a tihort time. -o The Golden Text 151: "\V, have
t Lot 12. Perl Inn IS, Twp 31. Hue. it'%. WANTED-To buy range cattle. nnd strnnnre fire from (ho ashes ofdfssolvieg

t Lot A. Soctlon 21 Twp. 81, Hgu. -oj received, not tha'ipirit of the world self, and drops the world
33'1 Small large numberi. F. T. Wilson .
I.nt 2t Section 20. T"'II 84 Hue. : or
j Mr and Mn. W Allen Markhamand but the rplrit which I. of God that
lot sn. Pcotlnn ifli Twp 84, Kite. 31. I 1' Phone 104, P. 0. Box 266, Okee. Mary Baker Zd,.
j Lot I.. Section Ml I. Twp 81 Hit.. ::1I :\. children, Thomas, Charles and we might know th things that are
I; tnt 11. 1I.ellnn0.\ 1'1t,p 34, Hue. 31: ,, chobee, Fla. ---VAdvertise
!, Tim flixpiainent of anti property I Mm'thu Ann are expected to returnto I freely given to us of God" ((1 Corinthians -

nnili'r inlil, Certificate hnirc.1 vim III their home here n t the unnii of I'M known, o II. Deffenlianeh No bird sours too high If he soars
11 M Wllllnnii, Miirgnrpt II.SlIhl'r. I' according to measagei received byOkevchoboe .in ontf the citations which com-
Snmuil Ilolnle I. 'dl" Oerber with his own wings.. Win. Blake. '
J unit' Onttli'lli NIISH, friends They have ),r.c the Leison-Sertnon ii the ,. '
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nleii Hnld OrHflcnlc shall lie redeemed I spent the pant month on vacation, if : '."' t lollowing from the Bible I :
ncronllng to law. property IIP. I j 1'f
scribed therein ihnll be soul to the and visiting frlendi and relatives in "God li a Spirit; and they that wotshli : '

1 lilirlicst tho fleet bidder Monday at the In Courthouse the month dooron of VlrgtnU and North Carolina.0 -1. 0. '. : ; )| him must worship him In .pi.i ; 1

August August 1944, wlilili I I. Ike 7th day of -- ":: 'i :" and In truth" (John 4:24): r. f '.
1IM4. WU.ys
Hilled thin nth cloy of .Jnlv. 1014. YOU want to get married!, write ", \ "' j j jI The Leiaon'Sermon also includes -: > _-
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Clerk Circuit EKSON.Court of I Box 20 Vancouver, Wash. I I /ar rr.onay every the following pasxagu from theChrl.tlan : .

Okcc,'hi.hr,. Cumin'. Field .- 0-- '" you Invest It "ar '-COM Science textbook, "Sci

(Circuit Court Senl) __ __ i I FOR S"LE-l Ford Deluxe I :'T the German l;: 81. t'"s ftim( of once and Health with Key to thuSi'ripturoc" ,'

I Norm-: *. MttTixi: or cofNTV.liOt : : Good condition with good !' i, planes annult bo..l3 t>* r:-.
Kit OK Mil.%1/HIH I; i .J ha.e in r.: a :!::: .:'ranc;' by Mary Baker Eddy :
:NOMCI: n: 1II'UJoHY: : tHn; ::>;. Timt tires. Irena Williams. : "The Scriptures Imply that God
a. "i-
t the Tnx A..r mid tin hoard nfnnni.v j9I
(' Ciniiiiilsiiliiiiuri will\ inoct III -0- of our i .:.'', c'--c..tl3. t.irin All-ln all The Scriptures nlso dc

thu till Court Momln.I House/ AnviiHt at I Okoochobei 7. Ill)It, nt Kliir Inoduuk FOR SALE-12: big! fat mules will help they gt frcm 11' ho".( dare that God is Spirit. He in all

.\. M. for Dm, purpose nfeiiunllrliig sell one or all, cash or credit. Pad I Dulla's firedl :; ;*;:" ::: v-> .'t Inclusive, and li reflected ball ,

I lIe lull\ A lament unit lomorrow's bVi'9 V. :r t'a
ck Chevrolet Ft. Pierce
of r Company thnt Is real and .
Okecchohee County eternal and
: nf lienrlnir by
l.i ,
t ri"r i \ -i J't for
]r y i
Coin ulliuIlut 5 an<1 rerphlnsr tell Inluufty nil Florida. ',
to the) vnliii1 ut mix |trill| clv. mil or. Power Plant next i'ter ',ve nothing else. HP fills nil ipnci, and ,

!'P! O IIII. ns (I Zu'uI b\ the (Counts A a.
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.0" n[ """ lOr I.penlll!. re..w.11Ip -
: mid' e'linillxliiu nil nNicssiueiili,
I If any of Ilio luxl.n;.... or the ('01111I NOTICI OF LECTONWBZRZA.S ( ninth (38th) ud the loUeW. amendment erty within such mualalpeJltr er ly I on
tv hll\'. piininlnlNti : The Leglilature of hal shall 34 in of a. a anI a t. uplr.tlo
I linr t I" innkingilnit under the ConstitutIon of IMS. of UM Dttl .1e I the town, and not of term County
I I t lip Ul4CI'B'lIhIh'Iht niton ii l lniiiilniir stale W riorida did paw 10 Joint BMOlutlofu rorU,. and of the Stat ot Frida relating The Counties o.I. and Orange Solicitors of said Counties. the office
llii'lr |iniivriT| the IOU ) uniform eount* aawl *! gor- Dd. .
cm er po 1n. amendmenta W oxCoojtttutlon term Jt snunlelp and each town district of the County Slcit and Prosecuting
rail they nre liercty requested to inept of the SUM oi Florida r years and we elassl/leauoB of and other aWICp.lt districts Attorney .
and now
.. with the llnnril of llniiflllrntlim: "n I tinilnte ttw urns were agreed to by 5 ou 0 the Oo: and &W. be and and the same Is, created by law or which. may be hereafter said Counties Iba, all of the wlbl
iihnre muted, nnd present their thaata chaD be cub- of the County Solicitor within earb of
.I thTM-Uftha of all the member elected four aH created by law In each of said I
luluj.'lluIII anil, rlnlniN i>r flit' theirvrliti.ii to each houae; that the vot.OD said ept in t.r .I.e of the BUM Counties, and thepower said Countl. shall become the duties
I. cnniplnlnti wlih Ibo Clerk of Joint Resolution) were entered upon Filed vacancy Secretary Flo at. to On.r Election of t.1 fl thi r.I..1. oontrl. ,.. of Attorney la each of said

the ('I relllt Court on or befurf I lie their r.pectin Journali with trie ,.... JUe 11 erl approval. or rejection .Is IH for the measuring and Imposing Countlea
nlil\ ilnte. and Bayi thereon and they did deter. that Section 14 of ; Ua m I the mlllage to be imposed upon etlo I. 0 and after the ex.
noAitn or (.nt':>;T\ mine end direct that the said Joint I A RESOLUTION Constitution the State of 0 property in said Countlee subject toad pl.llon of of the Clerks
I'(alt;II I SS I ON: ERS Resolutions be submitted to the elector .I II of be amended o as read as fol- valorem or other like taxes withineach Criminal Court of Record of
OKHKCIIOHKB: I I : <(<'Ut'S'I'\' of the State at the General Election In StlO the Ac. .: 8 t respective municipality town Dad and Orange Counties for which
PLOltlUA! November, 1M4. Relating to Justice District X The Legislature shall district or other special taxing ana each are cartIng or drive been
SEAL: ) NOW THEREFORE. 1, 1%. A. GRAY tleee l 0* the P6eCCBB a uniform system ef county and tke County Tax Assessor In each elected on January 1. 184*) the offices
I C. E. DRAWDY Chalrnmu Secretary of State ot the State of Florida, municipal I government, which shall of said Counties shall in determlnlneach of the Clerl of the Criminal Cou
(Attest) Roy It. Itauleriun clerk do herebr give notice that a r RESOLVED BT applicable In cease where assessment add the amount levied of both Counties .
OENERAL ELECTION LTVU OP TUB STATS or or special ncep are provided and imposed by such mlllage to the Ciul of the Civi Court of Record
NOTUfc OF J'PI.J"TIOS FOR will be held in each county In Florida tb following am.n< be by the Leg-o amount Imposed by the respective In Dade
TAX HEED: : on Tuesday next succeeding the firitiMinday Ron Article V o the bereat.r prie. Inconsistent Counties of Dads and Orange. County shall all be abolished and tbe
lon of the of
I.n0 of till in November A. D. 1944. the State l" Section 2 That oa and after mid duties of the Clerks of the Criminal
same U hereby &
said Tueiday being the agreed In office Becretan State night. December 1944. the County Court of Record in both Count.
Notice II lirrehv that C. V 318.
men shall be
( tEVlNTH DAV Or NOVEMBER .a. .ubmltt to 10 e Tax the Counties of and the duties of the Clerk i iCIYI
nlule'."". holder nf Tax Certificate.Nc'i idled electors 103. Col.ctr
Court of Crimes In Dade
lor County
the ratification or rejection of the State of ,
10., 1U4 Isim-il the lit day of In 1844 for ratification or De O.nK. Forid.
aid Joint Resolutions amend- each the all assumed taken over andbecome
'yluly, A. I>. ri4J. lini flli'd mime In proposing u. u... RBLUON proposing to .
menu to the Constitution el the State .u Section Seven lot all ad valorem and acreage taxes a p.r of the dutlea of the
lilY office : has made application for th.a five Justice Districts ad respective of the Circuit Court
of. Florida, via: Article XVin of Constitution of levied and for the calendar
a Tax Deed, ti> he liiHai. thereon Said! county, and there shall bi 1843 Impe In Dade and Orange Counties
A JOINT RESOLUTION usttos of State of Florida Relating to the year 'UbloU.Dt years (except -
Proposing the for
'irtlflnito vnilirni.es Ian follonlnv du Pe.c Section 8. The assumption 01 new
taxsa now to be colected
the Amendment of Section 1 of Article District, who Persona Appointed rlQutod
ic-rlhuil I.rol.rly| In the County ofOkeecliobee redo Vacancies In dec- by the the Circuit duties under the provisions ol this
Mat ef .Florida to wit : IX of the Constitution of Florida year.. Existing Justice cPff Bald Court within each of said Counties Article .bal not entitle ant officer
E of Lot Relating to Taiatlon.BK icreby reeognlved but OfIC. CoD.lttutlo to compensation out the
; Suction
% 7, 23, Twp. B all County taxes and .
31, Hani* SI. IT RESOLVED B1 THB USatSLATUBE ure may, by special Aft, RESOLVED BY THB LSOIStA. all ad valorem and acreage taxes Imposed officers upon whom such new dute
: OF TUB STATB OP time, change the OF TEE STATB OF FLORIDA shall bs Imposed shall continue
Lot Suction 3i. : by
In. Twp 33Itaiifte any municipality, town, district
such District the following amendment te Sec-
34 That the following amendment to Seetton now or or other taxing district upon governed by Ihe general I... of the
1 of Article IX U.b.e. and may establish 6 and Section 7 of Article ZVm State aa It now Is, or mav be here
1 he liKeHMincnt" of inld property of the Constitution property within each of said Counties.
the Constitution of the State of
of Florida such District now and after, aa relate to the fixing ot their
relating to taxation be and the Legislature
uinlpr laid Certificate limed In may provide that
was ,fter Pro Y I d 0 be. and the same Is hereby
the inline of Madeline F. henry C. K the 8&II1e.I hereby agreed to and shall hat Ulatnl. changes to and the same shall be sub each of said Collectors shall also col- respective salaries or prerlblDt thei
be submitted to the elector of th.St.t. lee; any taxes licenses maximum
llanleriiun otb. or as.does
mitted to the people of any to the qualified electors of the provided however that each
1'111... Mid, Certificate shall be re I ot Florida for ratification or rejection affected, by nt.rendul at of Florida for ratification or re- said Countlee such col may as he the herein otc.
at the next General ectlon ahall each
remit to the
desig .um.
divined' aourillnir to In*, do.orlbed at the next ensnlng general
propvrty additional over and
to be held In 1844 .nOuiBI nated
aa follow: official of each b
taxing Iu" ,
( herein ihnll lie lold to the'hll1l..t In that U to sayThat Sections prope allowed
Section 1. 111.d ofic S.taI'J ni their .mplo..e.
The Legislature shall Countiesall "latant.
liIilikT nt I bIll Courthouse door provide Ju. 10 of Article XVTT1 of the Con- l.p.etlv and expense of assumedas
ll such
on the firm Monday In the month ot taxation for a except uniform that and It equal may rate provide of of the St.t ot Florida b as may tea. eolate..torthwlb.. Tax or may be approved by the Budget

, I Aiiinmr, Hill, nhkli li the 7th ilin' otAiiKint far special rate or rates on intangible A JOINT RESOLUTION to read as tolowi b collect each tax statement Commissions of such Counties or bv
1044, property, but such special rate or rate Amendment to Article V of a. The tem .f office for c'o f ltl and shall loan but onetax I such other supervisory authority asmay
., Dated Hill. nth tllly of July 11)41. ahall DOt exceed two mill on tbe dollar tltution of Florida by the appointee electlv. to offices ..a.nele In Con any Rtallent which shall Include all be established bv the tuNotWlth.t..ndlnl .
ROY K. UAfl.KKSO.N.! an Additional Section ad any general or spe
of the awesMd valuation of auch .alore acreage taxes assessed
Election of State extend only to the first of thIs Article
Clerk Circuit Court of intangible provided that Attorneys .10.1 one calendar year upon "
property; sato
I fikcoihohoe Criminal Courts of Record the tint Monday in each parcel of real shall be self-executing The Legislature -
1 County, Florida any obligations secured by mort property and upon
(Circuit Court Seal age. deed ol trust or other lien the SolCtl (except the ,. next atr the election and each lot of personal PrOperty, and all may give reasonable InterDretatlon -
_--'- I egulature prescribe intanllble the Court of of ..ue..o. tax certificates shall be Issued to coverall to the words phrases and Sections .
may aa 1. In
lambla County), and e elatlo taxes upon each parcel of real ot this Article and direct theirefiect
tax of not more than two (2) l t office .
oTl K APPLICATION Ing Vacancies In tU vc.nClea property for each calendar andshall by related laws The Leglsji.-,
4 Lti T" FOR TAX IIM1> i I mills on the dollar which shall bepayable Prio to the First Ted.' ob.1 be that part 0 the be sold bv each Collector, u.I I ture may bv law the compensation
m' Noili.p U herrliv gIven that J. X. at the time auch mortgage, Fi' Wnd., In tr commencing o the or may be provided by law as relatea of each cotro end the expense ._.
f V ., r J..".... Jr. tinlioldvr. of the fullnnlnv, i i deed of (fiat. or other lien la pre. the Governor ,. the first ; to County Taxes, and tax certificatesnot I and d otppr each office af
I ... ,v ic-i-tlflcateii I ,, IHIM. filed HIM I,1 i-ertlflcnt. I' seated for recordatlon. said tax to be. 'irmation by t. Senate.BB J.nua next after such Mood.r sold and which bv law or foreclosure fected hereby, and may abolish fe;
w for a liix I il'i'd, to l,. ImiiiMl theronn In lieu of all other Intangible aoaesaments IT RESOLVED BY O. office Sece." of .1 are converted Into title, mar svstema where they exist In Dn.de and
r' DIP ,','rl"h'III<' nniilier] nnd \','"ro ofIHXIIIIIHO on such obligations&eaoTr LATURB: OF THB OF 10. be mo converted bv sh* reflnentlvoCounties Orange Count. and mav control sll
tin* the I rate or ratea, or the STAT and the property Cor- fee of offices or officials
ilewrlptlon of prop That V of JOINT RESOLUTION .aJ
therefrom may be apportioned by the Artel. Proposing to
ennnd' the nmneii In \I hlih It W"M | the Florida be pro rata benefit of Interested I within each of RaId Countlm.
and shall be exclusive of Section 9. Article of the
: Legislature
uIIIihi'auil'it| HIll iw fcilliimi l : I adding thereto an of the State VI Florida taxing authority: sale be made Section 8, Section 20 of Article ni,
I ail other State County District' and .h.1 ,
and and Section 5. and JO ot Article V.
' fiTtlflcate :0.". :nii ji-nr of l minncp and shall to be known as Section 47 to County Commissioners penalties and for delln- :
municipal : prescribe
and Section 8 Artl-le VIII and Sec.
ticle relating to the as provided bv law
auch regulations as shall secure a Just IT RESOLVED BY THE LBOIS- Qenrl. Im".e I .
of : each taxing author tion S of Article IX the Constitution
Attorneys, Judges
No. II'S .IPilr ut iHHIIHIIce valuation of all both realad THE OF o
property of Record and County OP STATB FLORIDA; Ity. where It a tax may of the State Florida shall
1W4 personal excepting ouch property Section S. of Article of Introa. remain In full
the and VII purchase property sold nn force and effect and
('prliricnle .N... 1IIH .vi-nr 01'l I IHIIHIM.lui. '.' is may be exempted by law tor municipal cept Court of Record Judge of Constitution of the State foreclosure, and all moneys derived I said Sections of said Articles and the

:' education literary scientific and the same Is hereby relating to County Commissioners i from such sales and from penalties I other provisions of the Constitution
"lei'rI, |lit 11,11 nf priiieit\| : i" 1 iglous or charitable purposes hall be submitted to the and the same Is hereby amended I and Interest shall be collected and I II of the State of Florida relating tn the
Lot U, bilk,8. ('oIlMdlI",1 I"iiinl Approved by ebB Governor May 10 the; Stats of Florida for as .amended agreed to and shall distributed pro rata to the respective offices consolidated bv this Article
('11'* SulidUlMlon, 14 in'n.HSiinip PIJ.filed. rejection at the General submitted to the electors of the Counties, municipalities. towns drainage 'Inl remain In full force and effect
: III \\'hh'h .u''...'(I. lllnnclii, in Office Secretary ot State be held on the first Tuesday of Florida at the general elec districts, or other tuning districts and except as tbe ma each
Vnn l-i.ll :...., 20, 1843. !lrst Monday In November FLORIDA'V of Representatives to be held ID according to the proportion of taxed relate to such office system
All of mlil hiruiuwriy Ixlnir In, tin' Iowa: for approval or rejection. That levied by each upon each ir I pf taxation and fees In Dad and
County of tlkecclli.iliei'. Slllto nf l-'lor. A JOINT RESOLUTION Proposing "Section 47 State Attornp S. of Article VII as amended piece of property Involved, .rel I Orange Counties Florida, and as to
T of the Criminal Courts of read as follows Section 3. such offices system and I. within
I lihiI an Amendment to Article Section 3. Munlclpalltlea In each of .
' I nli' 'UK mnh, ii'rllfliate or certlfl 01 the Constitution of the State of County Solicitor except S. There shall be one said Counties may by special electionto said Counties. such Sections and the
S (.fltoM dIll II .ln roileeinvil ,,','nrdlnir li' Florida, Relative to Gemini and Apportionment and Solicitor of the Ort Comml.loner m ee of the be held prior to December 31. 1944 Con.tttlon shall be modified and
I bIllI, '. the |irnprliliiflerlbpil, In mn, 'hrerllflinte by Amending Section 3 of Escambla County) .hal County Commileoner' dtrlct retain the right to assets and this Article
or cvltlflciiti'l ulll I he mdil! of said Article so as to Designate Os- be elected by the each .hleh .b.1! t.x... Upon adoption of this Atl.le.1 Jun.Filed 10.In IOU office secretary 0 State
to tin hlKhent Milder lit the cmiri eeola and Okeechobee Counties as a of their rp.eU..e Judicial numbered one to .Inclusive, any. municipal government
honm door on tho fIrst Monday In Senatorial District Designate Broward counties aa other and be as nearly as possible equal (Olnt. of Dade and Orange maY.
,:,1 9. I tin run nth of Scpti'tnlier. 11144, hli h Ceunty aa a Senatorial District and ficials are elected proportion to population The I... than fifteen US daV I A JOINT RESOLUTION Propping an
, In I Hie 4111 ilny fit Sfptcnil.er, 1944 Designate Calhoun and OuU Couauee "The first election of of County Commissioners In the notice by publcton. call a Amendment to Article VIII of t'ie Constitution
countIes shall from
time of the State of Florida
Judges of Criminal In
as a Senatorial District neys bv the
Paled this aril! etecton0 participated
day ofIIW".I.. 1'MI. Record and fix the boundaries of such dis i to of Property for
: BB IT KNACTfcD BY THE LEGISLATURE County tm. qu.ll.d '" of such muni I Ae.m.nt
l 1-\1.! KOV It. 1UI ,
) : LUKSO.NClerk :; SaId
County Commissioners Taxes .
of Taxes
OF TUB: STATB OF FLORIDA: the Judge and Solicitor of shall determine by i 1 by ,
Circuit COllrt of I 'liiat the following amendment to Sect of Record of be elected by the qualified elect a rlI'whr"e Sections 1 and 1 Adding Thereto Additional Sections to
(Ikprnholiee Cciinty, Florida on 3 of Article 7' of the Constitutioni De held at the of said county at the time and hereof be, effective within I' Provide that in the Count of Hills
the State of Florida relative to cenui to take office the first of voting for Hco of such municiplt. Such freeholders I borough State of Countvi
and apportionment designating the first Monday In and shall hold for four voting vote elect to i I Tax Assessor Shall Assess Propertyof
NOTICE: OF \ rrilCATIOVr 1 wceola and Okeechobee Counties as fo a tar of four years ., PovIded. that the County Com- have .ma municipality come under the County for the r : of LevyIng -
TtX DEl:!) :". tliirty-aiuib (JII > Senatorial District "T. o tenure of from the even num said Sections, or by a like majority of Stt. County School Mnnlcl1 .
Nntlip I la hercliv given that Minor Broward County as the fortieth on or hereafter districts in 1844 .b.1 serve for those ..otlnl. determine that It 1 pal T.xl Levied by the Counl.
He.linen. In.Icier of Tux t'ertltlmtou. 140) Senatorial District, and Calhoun to any of the offices herein years those elected 1IM4 from not said Section, ohal County School .
3141' 'l. |HHIK>I| I HIP I.t day of July, A. and Quit Counties as the forty-first sitaR not be extended odd numbered districts shall ear" such vote the majority ..ot. to come Special Tax oJor' and Municipalities
D I'.HJ. Inn filed iiainp In liv of 1411 Senatorial, District, be and the vacancy In any of such four yean, frnd'O thereafter the under Section 1 and 2 hereof, or Ifany I
tire ; Inn made application tor. lax MBme.I hereby agreed to and shall be to saId first Tuesday after shall be ,ears: Pro municipality falls to call and bold I BE IT THE LEGISLATURE -
Heed to he limed. thereon Said C.,. submitted to the elector of Florida Monday In January 18<8. that Section I of Artcle VIII. such election prior to December 31. OF THE STATB OF FLORIDA:
.. tlfliali eniliracpii the following lie far rattficiftion I or rejection at the Oeu.ral by appointment by the this Constitution Ib.1 af 1844. then In either such event Sections That the following Amendment t Article
irlbpil property I In the Cniintv nl Election to be held on the fust confirmation by the Senate hereby 1 and 2 hereof .h.1 be effectiveupon VII of the Constitution the
Ukppihnbpe Ktiitp nf Tlnrlda to.wlt ruesday alter the first Monday In tofori provided by the In office Secretary o St.t such munlelpalt In the event State Florida relative tn the Assessment
NW<4 of SE'4' Ser. 14 .fovember 1844 as follows. In no case for any longer 'SI 1843 ant municipalty not to come and Collection of all taxes In
lire. 340 iicrpa.'I Twp. 31, "Section 4. The Legislature that the first Tuesday after the under Seclon. and 2 hereof such the County of Hillnboroutih State of
he shall meet in regular nessioa. A D. day In January 1848 JOINT RESOLUTION Proposing an I election Ihal not affect Sections 4 Forida by adding thereto additional
dir sOul.0"n"lIt Certificate< nt said property un IVoi. and those that, shall meet every 'Any provision of the to the Constitution of the 5. 8. 1. I, 8 of this Article, exceptas to be known aa Section 11 and
limieil was In the lea years thereafter ahall apportion In conflict herewith la of Florida to Be Known as Ar to the assessment and collection of i Seton 12 be and the same Is hereby
tlllMIe of {
I'llkliown the representation in the Senate, and p.le." XX Sections 1-8 thereof. Relat taxes In such munlclp.lty. which shall I IremaIn shall be submitted the
{'III... mill Certificate shall he re. shall provide for forty-one IUt| Senatorial In office Secretary to the Conold.ton of Certain aa Is by law, rotndt State of dC for I
deeiued accnrillnir to law. property de Districts such Districts to be May 19. 1843 In of Dads and provided however, tha at ant generalcltv rejection at the
KHIieil tlipreln ilmll he mild to the as nearly equal In population as practicable State of Florida and Provid or town held thereafter held on the first lehra.
' hIghest bidder, at the Courthonae door but no County shall be divided A JOINT RESOLUTION pr ; in Said Counties for the Com upon petition filed at least thirty ((30) day after the first Monday ID November -
ell I lie" flrat Mnndnr In the month or in making such apportionment Amendment to Section 12 of Assessments and Collec. I days prior to inch election bv ten percent I 1844 a tolow": I
hepi.tiibcr l'H4.' whlth la the 4th day and each Disnict shall have one Senator laratlon of R.ghts In the and Equalization 0 County Mu of the freeholders entitled t Section I. and after January I
et Si.plellll.er' 11)44. ; Provided that Osceola and Ok.... of the State of Florida and District Tn8 and Per vote In such election the question 1. ( the County Tax Asseesor !
. Iintml thU i 1 Hill dnr of .Jnlv, 11)44 chobee Counties! Florida, shall constitute Double Jeopardy le I Municipal Retervd'Jm. and whether or not such municipality shall In the County of Hl.borQ"t."Stale I,
4 (SEAL) ROY K. H\fl.'KISU.N! the Thirty-ninth ((38tb Senatorial Due Process of Law and : Consolidation of he bound bv Sections 1 and 2 01011 I of Florida shall a. I' for '
, Clerk Circuit Court of District, Browsed County Florida of Private Property Without Prosecutor and Solicitor with be placed on the ballot and ; all State. County School Munlcla.
Okppcholiee County Florida shall constitute the Fortieth (40th 1 by Providing the of State Atom. and Cobln- vote to be so bound such municipality taxes to be levied In :,0 Countyy I

--- ----- MA nek tj-irtal. rtiarvlstt and Calhoun and Persons.,to ,Work Shall _Not the Clerk hall thereafter be bound by said Sections the State_ ,. C2 ut,.. .Cnt School
QUiZ Counties, Florida shall oonstl. or lonog.a OD account 01 Courts Dutle.of Tax Col I ounru, oiuuui UI'rICT. assSchool
Gems for your Scrapbook I tote the Forty-first 41sti Senatorial ship or Non-Membership In with .nl tbe CiCit Section 4. The Count Tax Assessors Districts and Municipalities F
District, and at the same time the Union, or Labor n a : and the County Tax Collectors of Dade |1' 2 The Legislature I shall at the Legislatlvi -
I Legislature shall also apportion tb.r.pr..t.tlon Providing that the Right IT RSSOLVZn BT ITTS LEGIS and Orange Countlea shall impose no Session la 1949 and from time to
Taking Offense in the House ef Representatives ployees to Collectively OF THB STATE OP FLORIDA charge bv way of fee or otborw1.upon ,' time thereafter enact I.w. .pecltvln.
and shall allow three (3) be Preserved the Constitution of the State the munlclp.ltl. &wn.. dis. I' the powers. functions ," and comI -
It li act well to ice everything, Representatives to each of the five BB IT RESOtVED BY be and the same is hereby trlct. or ar. within I p.n.tlon of County Tax A.or. de*.
most populoua counties, and two (2) IA'rURE OF THE 01 : by adding Article XX there Ild Countl. for their In iltnated In paragraph I of
t. hear everything let many causes Representatives to each ot the next That the STAT and aa amendod ., to. and making ..om.nt and collections ofad 11. and shall likewise provide by law
of offense I eighteen more populous counties, and Constitution of the State be submitted I ree of valorem or acreage taxes or otherduties for the extension on the assessment
by I !
pen ai unnoticed one ((1) Representative to each of the Section 12 of the Declaration State ef Florida L.adoption or Imposed or to be Imppl hereunder roll of the County Tax Assessor of
Seneca. I remaining counties of the State at of said COltltutlo. be and at the next general election The Legislature Stateof all taxes levied by the State. County
the -time of such apportionment, Is the held In the year 1M4 Florida may bv law provide for P.,. County School Bard. School Districts
To ruminate upon evil, to make Should the Leglalature fall to apportion be submItted to the to..I: m.nt to the respective County or Special Tax and Mu
the representation In the Senate on of the State of Florida ARTICLE X not to exceed nicipalitiesSection .
cr'tlcal: notei upon injurlei and be and In the House of Representativesat : cation or rejection at the 1 That on and after mid one per el't.Y lo made and I 1 1. From and after January -
any regular session of the Legislature General Election ..h.t.I to December 31st 1844. the County paid by Col.ct to each taxing 1, The County Tax
too acute In their apprehension, li at any of the times herein dosIgnated Section 12 of the Declaration Assessors of the Counties of Dads .uthorly. to costs of collec In the County of Coleet
It shall be the duty-of the Orange State of araessment Incurred by the HUlbroulh.
to add unto our own tortures of the Constitution of the Porld. shall Forida. shall .1 levied In
' to1 I I Legislature or Legislature succeedinguch Florida be amended as become and be .re of respective Counties by State, County,
feather the arrowa of our enemlea regular session of the follow' 1 i property In their respective Section a, That o and .fte the County School Board, School Districts.
, either In Special or Regular IAglal.tur.1 "Section 12 No psrson I ., and they 110.1 .r. that expiration of the of County Special Tax School Districts and Municipalities
and to reiolve to ilaep no more...; apportion the ... ject to be twice nut In make all a Tax Collectors nf the Counties of Dade
Sir Thomai Browne 'l Senate and In the lnBO I.f.sRe the same effense no I and acreage taxes, and and Orange State of Florida, for 2 The Lellal.tu. shall at the Lag.ialative .
sentatives. ,' as 1I The criminal case to a ..Itn that are or may b imposed upoa wile said OI.to. have been elect S.lon and from
To punish ourselves for othera' preceding regular: Federal or regular himself nor be deprived of i r or personal rne their use of the January 1st. IOU to time thereafter 105. law tIm.
Slate Census whichever shall havebeen erl,. or property without n by way of a valuation the duties imposed upon the County Ing the powers, functions duU. andcompenaatiofl
faults, la superlative folly. The taken nearest any apportionment of law: nor .b.1 private ...m.nt upon property to each Tax Collectors of the Counties of Dade of County Collector
of Representativee In the Senate and taken i district. or other and Orange by ,law and this Article designated In paragraph 1 of this Section
mental arrow shot from another1 In the House of Representatives shall. right of persona to work taxing l district. In Dade and shall be assumed and taken over bythe 1 12, and shall likewise I provide for
eontrol In making such apportionBent. dented or abridged on Counties Such ad valorem respective Clerks of the Circuit the collection, car custody reporting
bow la practically harmlen, unless ,, In the event the Legislature. bershlp or non-membership .ment. shall be subject to review Court In and for Dade and Orange and disbursement of all taxes collected
*ur thought barbs it. shall fall to reapportion the representation labor union or labor equalization by the County Board Counties who shall then each takeover bY ths County Tax Collector
own VMary In the Legislature a* required by ..": of each
provided that this clause County .blo the books funds. and Filed In Secretary BUM.
Baker Eddy. this amendment before lta- adjournment construed to deny or abrldgi County .10.1 consist of tb. of the Collector for each .count'". June 14. oto o

I and such extraordinary session of employee by and County Clml..lon.r and one who thereafter Ih.l be and The votes cut In empll.ne with soldproposed
.. ao called for reapportIonment shall not or'sniratlon or labor union & .ppolttet By each termed .both of the Cir .mendm.nl. esnvass,
& ,
be Umt & expire at the end nf coilootivelv wIth their in scott County cul Court" "Ti Collector" of del..Uono shall .
.nt or at all until reapS rtl in iffice Secretary a imputation ot mOr 'ha r.pet. fo which be subjected to the rtf. Ilerf. as b
WO"; "lm.n' effected and shall eon. M. 1843 8 the last census: la Cerlt. provided b law for general In
'. 11 ',r iifisul other than such .. shall otherwise be gov 1 0 and after the exnlratlob the State ,Florida .lCUen
reapportuwment Dv the general iaw from time of the County IN
investment ahould this amendment b* rmtlfle A JOIN RESOLUTION Po time In force pertaining I Sullcltore of Dade tam. I TETON'I.
fs m the General Election In 1844 speclsJelections Am.ndm.nl to Section of : provided to. Florida wnlch Oanl. CeUtl. hand and affixed a .
shall be within ninety ITt of the Constitution of : te b e 0.
clad tn Count serving the time this Seal of the State of Florida.
Your.Iu'eS/t'tlt of Florida On 'SEI
*k.y* tha.AI for of Sen. Relating t If or n 3 l may .doptd. the State Attorneys of Dade at Tallahassee, Capital
am Thirty-ninth loth). and Municipal a.rnm..nt an .dtltlona member who shall respectively eMil this the .. u, Jujjr
In nterifii I'I fortieth (40th). and Forty-first ((41st Clwlflcetlon of e of the Board nf he .Oan.beome CoUt. Prosecuting Offlcera A. D. 3 .
... In such special .
Bssistnslal Dltrc. for & ourpnse of equal- of a> Criminal A. CRAY
.& Bll.t In the Thirty LATURI OP THB STATB OF 01 of taxes respects anf crop Oath and Orange Counties Ou p" o R Secretary o Stele



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1 NOTICE: Nerlv: to I't. Intemodlnz I."t.I III 10 Hlk p. I nut 11144 Kaitnient fur drainage sodreeiuuudlon
OkeMliobe County, Florida 8 Bdrv Knuth Ok"'hobe.. und road purposes will lit
duly ID loll of F E C Kv.: 1.0' 11 Except S 111 ft.141k reamed!, Fifty percent (:iII'to) of all
How the Farmer May Stretch I NOTICE 1s IIEKEBY ulv'Etine: thence, KtTl.v: alon* 0, South Okee4hobee all KIM and mineral rlghti will also
IMiiHiiiiiit to Portion 0 of Chapter KEC It", llKIO ft. __.. .... be reserved
N.'lill\ laws of Florida. Adi of 11)17,: to Pt In Nerly Lot 4, 141k. 10, South BOARD OF COMMISSIONER.*
His Wartime Dollar! "Mown ni the MUIUMIY AC'r, and In fIX"'"elon of limaliotween ,.k'e'h"heA IlK KVKItOLAEliU DKAl.NAGH
piirmiiinr fir t'haptrr 200.1( $, Laws of Lots Id & Lot 3. Hlk III. City ot 1JISTHlC'1'
Florlibi, Act ,ot 11141. known at the 17 llk, 7: thence Oke'ovhubeeE4 nodBo.tlID
by Ben F. Alvord 1.nHIII.AII.S: I DKAl.NACiK Dts. Snlv QarallrlinglV ot Lot 12. 1IIk, 9. OF COUNTY 011.:
1UHT ACT. the following d.wrlbodluncl Bdry line dlvlillnir Jtnllrund,, AllIlnn,) MMHliNbl| :; OF 01CEA1Ilt:
Head Dept. Agricultural Economics plluntoil III Kterglndi'i, Drainage lull HI\ ft 17 of Lot 0, lilt, 1. .:lIe IHittrl't, In I Htm'holme County, Fir Blk 7 : their Turk BUY K ItAULKUSO.N,
Alabama Polytechnic Institute Ida will he offered fur mid lit puller' Mwlv: ololii linellvlillnz M/II I lork'' of the Circuit Court of
i nti M' for the hltfhpdt and l twit raah lota 16 & Lot II, II\k.\ 21\, City Okeecbobee County, Florlili,
'Mil. milijoi I lit I In' right of the Trim' 17 to KE Cor. of nt Okeel'huiee in agent 'for iiilJ Boards,
".,'. nf the Internal Improve uu'ue) food,\ Lot 111. InterKect- IW or N11'yi4 ot tEu
,and 1 uf the Hum of ('ion inlailouiers of InK I'unneri lllch. __........__.__. 8 3333..
':MTirbiili'i Unilnnjii'1 Dlntrlrt to reject \\'ayh.l1co: aloimMtdrv 1,1,1 Ii un. _un_.. 4 :II 33S11'il
FARMERS as a group are free time debts. That is one place ,'n\ and' nil lilil, at the CourthuiiHiluliiitlnir -. I to COlin,',. of :'IEI4 except 1
to be able to where he can make his dollar '. lit 111'IMI( o'Hoik A. M. on the lllKhnav to 1'OM: .. IIH II/W __.._.____ 23 37 33 37v'iof
make each dollar go farthest and valuable. A second place where Jllh clu>' uf ,\iivnnt 11)41. A to nil together with nil ..\ E14 ot NW ELECTRICAL WORKHOUSE
oiiriolH uf limit. of Ion ncrei or mow, ...___.. :, ,
lnnil l lying mil 41 un..u 2 a :11 ::1' III I
his dollar \
is valuable as ever
buy most. This reputation may as title to one half uf |i'lrult'iim andIe bohur between mill S\\ 114 __..__....___... 1 33 33
not be : They is in the purchase of United States .fonrllia if ntli<.r inliiornli nil) tract and 17 of 1."," 1 2. JIIk 2'0.
much had Bonds. A cheap dollar, such as !I" ",, h\' Tn.tr"1 I uf the Inter, ", of lake lit). IIr Ukeoehobi'e I P. P. EVANS
lceef llstretch edot we have now buys just as many ,hind, Impriivitiioiit Knml. Kruomeriti for e. "ii1/lilt/ t 1.1 :\, lk, 2tO. lJt: )' I
lars Their larger United States Bonds as It did in '" rlirht nf wav. : 'J'K' feel ",ldo nil) Cut. ot Lie i nf Okpp<'hobee
reserved In mild Tnmleri from ot Blk 7 ___....... 37 & 33 30 U3 l.oli lu, 11, &
and their cash Incomes Invariably 1940 when' a dollar was worth my" parcel Ib''lIh'hh'h there In an ill, City of Okeephobee WIRING
average smaller than those of the about one-third more than at pres. 'xlmlnii itnti rand : and. easement for 1111.\1111 OP i f'p1111ISSI0SRt1dIll'
average family of the United ent. Thin, buying a Bond stretchesthe "IrnlMnim iiml l'o.IlIrnllllnll! and for ( : ,; I HID, 1 III 0, IMP lilk.
States, Now is the time for all dollar! It the Bond is kept until lonit' piirpimi will l he reserved. And .\Ia: 2. 1'onell
ftity pirnem' 13Ir1; of nil oil, got anilnititprnl TI.I' 1ruI.I.UA'S'I: :: 9f
farmers who really want to con it matures he has at least one ,; rlffhln, nil) llo re i>rvi>il by the :'A I. \ : : I,.tkl : y
tinue to be good dollar stretchersto extra dollar for every three that I llunril of Pntiiinlsaloiit'M of Hvergluili'llirnlnaire or THE STAT on of OkeetliobeeI
give careful thought to bow he spent for E Bonds. He has ( Ulitrlct.l IDA}\ 1"LOII'1 I 1..1..l 4. 7 fc s, !Jlk. 4, 10 CMECK IA
>fHitlon NarTwpBgeA ,
Bv UII11. ItAL'I.EIISON, t Kiil.roml Addition
handle their affairs. also the chance of extra
they getting an I 4 Iilh 1)., South-,
fr rrniteei of the "' Will be uCe red. for sale at public
The farmer must get his dollar margin In case prices drop to the II..t'" I'lnei s/i uroM'inetit' Funil nnil for Board.I i Ali r the I lilghcut und but (null \ J4
before he stretches it. It takes 1940 level when his Bond matures. s. ink n. ximiiiI of. ('oniinlsftlonera of Everglades I,|to the right of tin Uonrdn Ire 10AVSI
long hard hours of work on the This latter margin is not a certainty IMlll'l S/D Drnliiiige,1 lilntil,'!t. Ukee'huheei I3ra,,i-
I SI'I."r: S\Vf acid ''. un,.; I'lorlilu I ..i, ol lionrd .'I I tiiinuI .
part of the farmer and his family but such a price change MVi; i.f KE'1, CxI I 'ull.,,,uotl I '. la "g
to produce crops now for hired could come. It did come after I rcpt, E1.; of EH of : 10'1"'. ill 'o 'i-l l mn and! ill i.liln, it I
labor Is scarce and often, impossible the previous war. If we assume I 1 I $\\ 1', nf SF>, ....24 R7 ft4 70 ORDER OF PlllLICATlON i In. ('inn,.iliuuse. bevliinliiK at ID: 51gl for .
to get. However prices of that our progress in World War II I':', dud I':':, ofV '._ 23 37 Bl 40 I It appearing| by afflilnvlt to the Bill i l i 'II the 'lib dii)' of Liquid Symptoms.ATTENTION
I 1.0| 1. .'. k 3 flu, of .
| "c'1II1.lolllt. lu a suit for dlvorre.flied --- -
farmers sell In this is about the
products country same point as our n. Kuan '/Il of NW In a mime pemlluc'' In the CircuitCourt __
are about twice as high as progress in 1918 was in World WarI : 1"r 1IJI.' '' of SEAT 13 37 35 In nod, for (ikwhuhee'Mint'''. .dllll
they were in 1940 and prices farmers it is interesting to note that the I I, Late I I lot 2. lllk. D, Kiurlihi, nlionlnlllliim E Burden
pay for fertilizer machinery all commodities wholesale price M'rlicliti :'ml, Addll- In riiinpliilniint, and Ku..e Ilordcn, de-

and other production factors aver. index dropped a net amount of I Iol Hun 1 1:I I. lllk Ii.. wrlirhtiI lendiint. of tint the odd Suite ilefenilant. nf I 1-10,10111'' Ii a non.rc.lilont that.

age only about fifty per cent high. about 27 per cent In the 10 years I I ..tldltbnlI her ronlilonie In 21s Hi-ekmnn Aeiiim. TRUCK( OWNERSFor
er than in that year. following 1918 and a further 23 I I.. f I" 1 ... II. ilk B, \urth'1 urn MOW( ,n. Vowi rk. .N' Y
Thus, farmers tend to have a per cent in the following 5 years. \\',,lilht. Hid:! Ail'II- I Mint there la no one In the "State' if I I

greater margin over productioncosts That Is $75 invested in bonds Ml tlun that port of lllk, Hurliln nliuiu! thin would eervk'" i lilinl' :uf; a the ulin:difendnnt| : ona Ulan |>:: I

than usual and on the aver. such as our present E Bonds, In 1, treat nki-a I'll'M that she I I. bine tin nite of tnent\. j some months new truck tires have
age should have more dollars to 1918 would have amounted to $100in of FBC ItIIlId; one years : It ll therefore ordered that ,.
K of lands rnnrer.id (the sold noli realileiit' ilefenilant. Itt,,"
stretch. Some factors In the pres. 1928 and If then cashed would
to Fred T, llonliu. lie nml the In licn>b> reqnlndtu been becoming more scarce. The armed forcesare
ent situation hinder dollars stretch. have purchased at wholesale in IllckiTHon oi fol appear to the Mil of ooiuplnlntfiled ,

ing and some help. Living costs, that year as much goods as $133 loni: leg at 8Vi In sold riiuac on or before 21t
eyen for the most necessary articles would have bought in 1918. The i roe Lot 17, lllk. 7. day of AngiiHt A.H. 1i44.\ otherwise the'' now using most of the production and the
Grant ukoi III" all itntlon, of laid' Kill of Complaint 1
and have mountedand
services Increase in dollar value of the
on .N line, uf CUM., Mill be taken n* colifemeil, In mild dfoiiiliint .
taxes have climbed sharply.On manufacturers have notified there will be
Bond plus the Increase in pur. nor Illzlnxav: runNFrly us
the other hand, the farmer is chasing power of each dollar would I II"UII dlv- It l In further ordered, thnt thin order '
forced to spend less for automobile have increased the purchasing ,' Inloll Hue ,of loll ID lio publlahed once a week fur four con I many thousand tires short of the certificates
is fc 17 toW: ror .0 '"Uv" weeks III the okeoobobie I
and other travel he
driving ; power of the investment over the of lot 17. theni'd Nine, a newnpnper published In laid ,
forced to produce and store certain 10-year period by about 80 per NFrl\ along seine Cuiitity, nml' State. issued. For that P. A. has
foods that he customarilybuys cent. The farmer has this ronrge to In Inter. 1'hli 21i extra (MJ.ll. H and he is duty bound to I eulon with VBilrv )
economize In ether ways for the chance to stretch his dollar. Such : of PTC: Hv.Nience .. Clerk Circuit Court \ requested that every truck owner take the best
dollars would have had an extra In NerlrI
war effort. This situation means
stretch sometime after the Civil I nlunv !1/Hilry, of NOTICE OF INTtNTMlN; TO SELL
he has some dollars at least to mild lt\. Him l '0l'HIIRI L\vn I possible care of his tires and have every tire
War sometime after the Spanish
stretch. Stretching requires that :;". 1, thrum NOTICE is IIFHEBT GIVEN thnt,
he pay some attention to the valueof American War and again sometime I S/nlv along unlit I'tirmiiint, ,, I lo Section 13 tll.I Clinptvr 1
the dollar. He can stretch his after World War No. I. The \V IIdry of Cniuil SlliriK. l.nnt of lurliln) Aril of 11111.1 recapped as soon as it is smooth.._ The situa
I to N I line of Con-
dollar by paying debts. His dollar chance stretch might not come tll"I ,W.n(,7 ('hnpter 11717, Laws I
ours lug w 0 yIheure : : i ,
of 1)31 amendedl I
purchases less of many thingsnow after World War No. II, but the I along N Sei'tliin 11, Chapter 2lins as. laws of I tion is more serious than at any time since the

than In 1940 but it purchases Bond investment Is a good "buy" line o f Conner riorliln} Acts uf IIM1 mid also piir-

just as much release from debtas anyway since 3 dollars invested Hlirhnav with to POBI'ltfiilior allI : snout tu Soil. Ion 4., (Chapter 20722, war began. DON'T TAKE A CHANCE!
lav of 1"lo'ldn. Act of 1041
ever. Thus, it is a good time to still means 4 dollars return for I ii IIla l Uliiff lie- bv MiK-tlon ID. Chapter 22071)nBinciiiled ,

pay off debts-especlaU the long. all Bonds kept to maturity. tween '' 1111,1''trim' I.anw of 1'h"I.lo.. Arts of 1043. end Have your tires recapped now.
U. S. Tree sur\ VtparbnenlBack and' 17 vliter level Soctlun 41, Chapter lu7Ji laws of
of lake Klorliln.: Art or ]!I41. nx amended I bKeitliin \'
Block 7, LuimullUnteil -
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,and Co.' Sot /)) .
' '-- I'lorlilnetf of 11)41 the
-- -- part __..___... 37 & 3S 30 ISO .rllied, liiiuli' |u Dkeeihohee followInifiliu Comitv,
Heir, at I't on Con. I'lorliln, to wit : Humphries Tire & Retreading Co.
miens highway lit See. Twp. Itge. .\.
SW ('or, of I I.ot 1, Iota 11 & 12. Blk. 1W( ,
nik 7. Oreat (Ity of dkeccbnliee "ONE: OF THE '"OITII TINF-T RFCIITIXO PLAST8"

the Attack....._. Lnkei S/D fur Loll 1. 2. A. 3, lllk.It .
Buy Bonds alonif PUB : N run I Bdry Nerlv of Mill. \\'rliiht In (lotcrninentI.olt 'i lilt Add, Phone 139 FT. PIERCE, FLA.

Lot 1 to NW Cur 7 & 8 _____-.- 22 37 3'I
lot 1 ; t nonce along I", I 7. BIN 10 SuuiUOkeeilioliee \

a same tourie ........ I --- -.

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To the Several ''Property Owners, Taxpayers, I

Citizens and Others having or claiming any ,

right, title or interest in any lands within

the City of Okeechobee, Florida, upon which The Tax Collector of the City of Okeechobee,

.1943 City of Okeechobee taxes have not Florida, will sell all lands in the City of Okee-

been paid: chobee, Florida, at public auction, upon which

City of Okeechobee taxes for the year 1943

i have not been paid, on the 7th day of August,

A. D. 1944, at the City Hall in said City of

Okeechobee. Lists of lands to be sold have been

posted at the following places in said City of


ON AUGUST 7TH, 1944. Front Door of the City Hall.

Bulletin Board in the County Courthouse.

Bulletin Board in United States Postoffice.


',; R. C. EVANS, City Tax Collector .






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