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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 11, 1944
Publication Date: -1992
Frequency: triweekly[<1989>-1992]
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Coordinates: 27.241667 x -80.833056 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 82, no. 91 (Sept. 13, 1992).
General Note: "The voice of the Everglades."
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 6, no. 24 (Jan. 8, 1926).
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Volume 30 Number--_8.. ---".. Okeechobee, Florida, Friday; August 11, 1944 Price Five Cents
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News of Our ''I WALTER: It. WATTS PASSED 1 Fle'IING AT BO.NNEKS: --
BoysIn
I AWAY 'Insu.AT > EROBE I Co. Commissioners BEACH KISSIMMEE Unit ;{ Representative Hendry Pledged .

I .\Clli; Bt'RIED TII lHSIJ.\ VERY Ml'CIIII'IW'EIJ: '

Various Camps I Transact Business : Priority To School Legislation

At Home & AbroadWord \'.ro Beach. Walter R. Watts In I at While Bonner's fishing Beach with on Leo Kiasimmeo Bonnel !

died at the home of his son in Regular SessionThe River, Wednesday afternoon this::1 In Session Beginning In AprilHERE

Sero Beach Tuesday Mr.
reaches us that CorporalEarl Watts, writer and Mr. Bonner landed six ---
67, wee a native of Georgia. Funeral good sized bass -
Raiford Hoard at' ( weighing from two MorrisTallahassee
il now with the Am. ount\ ('onmieeloners IS EVIDENCE: THAT I By

Hruan, forces In Italy. services will be held at 3 of Okeechobee County, Fla., to six pounds each. While the SOME PEOPLE ARE HONEST Aug. 7.-(Special' to

p. m. Thursday at Oslo cemetery.He met ,in regular, -ission' on Monday, catch wan not the largest we have I Okeechobee News) Representative .
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Among the Okeechobee boyi who is August 7, 1 IUH at HI:00 a m. made it shows that fishing ,n that I : I I I I W J. Hendry of Okeechobee
survived by his wife Mrs I Milton, Aug. R. -- The contention County
are now serving with the army In Lula Watts tit Cluwnton, two Dons, Present were: Chairman, C. K. section of the river Is improving I that people are fundamentally honI : has pledged top priority at the 1945
France are Lieut. H. T. Bass Jr. Drawdy While the water In the river I is session of the
John Robert Watts V'cro Beach, Commissioners It. K Bass I est was substantiated here last week legislature for ant ,
Serg Ray Buss and Gene Raiford.''and Walter R. Watts, Cocoa. The Ernest Milliard, B. C. Swain and W. rising it is fairly clear and the fish, when eight year old Annie Marie I i I emergency appropriation to relieve

Thus boys have already crossed the Rev J. E. Jenkins will officiate' F. Walker; Sheriff I,. L. (Conrad, should be more plentiful in the fu pcndleton found a dirty tobacco, distress In Florida schools
tare
channel and are with the fighting I --V-_ County Attorney T. W Conely Jr.,| sack containing $875 In currency j Hendry was one of 63 members

forces in Normandy. and Clerk Roy R. lioulerson. j with no Identification of any kind who signed, at a Tampa caucus of

I ;I Clerk Raulerson Upon motion by Commissioner! Serg. Elliott H. The little girl carried the money the new house of representatives, a

Captain Charles] L. Raulcrson has Milliard, seconded by Commissioner] home and turned It over to her resolution promising quick action

recently been promoted from the Sees Government HB'S, the minutes of the meetings' I father who spent the better part of upon raising the teacher unit to not

rank of captain to the rank of ma I bald during July 1944 were Lott In BattleIn I the day making Inquiries about less than $950 a year

jor. The promotion was made at Close mcl approved read/ i town and finally learned that the "That doesn't mean that If the

ramp Murphy, lobe Sound win"if To People I Reports of Marks and Brands for, Pacific Area money had been lost by Frank John;, money" Is available, we won't give
h" ia '
stationed. more explained Rep Hendry. "This
on who had just sold of
Districts No. 1, :2 and 4 were re-! a piece
-- will give the sorely underpaid teachers
i j: property. The
< 'ned and ordered filud in the of money represented (
Mrs. Ulmor E ell I. In receipt 01!r r Taxpayer meetings must be called' Headquarters, 13th AAF South he had something to look forward to"
'I| fire of the Clerk of the Circuit every cent In the world. He
.i letter from her brother to discuns, increase ,in west The pledge seemed to clinch salary
Pfc county op> Pacific
| I OUlt.I -(Special to Okeecho gave Marie[ a reward of $40.00. Ii I IV
Reuben C. Newton, who li with th e einting, expenses, if any item ol bee News)-Hapless Zeros fell out i! Increases for teachers since

Marines In the Pacific, In which he I the 1944 budget is Increased monthan I I The reports of tlio Okccihobe'j'i of the 30-minute fight over Yaj I Governor-nominee Millard F. Caldwell

states that ha la getting along fine I'' 5%; Comptroller J. M. Lei(I 1 County Welfare Board for Jung and I, with 13th AAF B 24 Liberators re Weekly Digest and a majority of the next

but surely would Ilk. to bl horn. advised clerks of the circuit courtat July 1914 were received and ordered I| ccntly as the bombers' gunners > r senate prevloualy had promised to
Jacksonville Friday. He calledattention J: filed in the office of the Clerk of." i the formation of punIshed boost the value of the unit from the
the Circuit tighten! Of t i i
Word reaches here that MorrliI I to mandatory provision I Court which attempted to intercept them Rationing present $800 to $1,000.
.
I I. Chandler, son of Mr. and Mrs of the new tax laws setting up this 1 The financial statement showing. before bombing I Together, the commitments may be

Frank Chandler] Is now stationed provision, which he elated seems to,, I'i balances as of July 31, 1044 was ,Gunners on one of our planes I News From OPARation tho "tangible 'evidence" of legislative

hoard the U. S. S. Wisconsin. i be directly In line with the policy.' presented as follows! | which crashed in the water shortly Intent to help teachers called

of keeping government close to the '1 General Fund . . .$8,075.34 after the battle were credited with I I I for by the Continuing Education

Malcolm Simmons left Tuesday people at home, Clerk Roy R. Raul-| i- inv & Forfeiture Fund 4354.26 shooting down the first attacker calendar for week of Aug Council an association of schoolmenand -

night to return to the Naval! Air Orson of Okeechobeo said. j Road & Bridge Fund . 4,877.65 while their bomber was losing/ al. ust. 7. laymen

Base at Jacksonville after spending "The trend towards local self .Agricultural Fund . . 20.2i5 titude. Piocessed 'Foods: Blue HA thru I I "County officials, in order to

several days In Okeechobee with his government, running so strongly outstanding Indebtedness I Others attacking the formation as A5 ( Book 4) now valid at 10 points, hold teachers should be able to

mother, Mrs Fund . . . 874.44 the
i Bryant Bowdcn. right now, Comptroller Lee told it attempted to cover the crippled each, for use with tokens, Good' give them at this time, warned
--V i itace Track Fund . 10,658.52 ] of
the clerks "will be fostered by the ''ship, paid dearly for their eager atj -, indefinitely | Council, some tangible evidence
Ed Watford Sr. received a letter procedure outlined In the statute. 1940 General Refunding I j tucks. | Meats and Fats Red A8 thru! the Increased pay which could be

this week from his grandson John Because maintenance I Fund . . . . 8,41429 I ; made available by the legislaturenext
projects and One Japanese pilot was killed] as C5: (Book 4) now valid at 10 points;i
Ed Watford, In which he states that !I 'I "
repairs have been hampered by war : -i he bailed out of his flaming plant each for use with tokens Good In- April.

he is now located with the army in I shortage, although money was available 'I t Total . . . . .$46.780.76Uepoiti and plummeted to earth unable to' definitely. I The resolution] adopted by the
England He nays he cannot tell house nembers asserted "there Is
practically all counties will) of receipts, expenses andnet open his parachute. The plane was'' 311
Sugar
him just where he is in that country Sugar stamps No. 30, sufficient In the state
have larger budgets though many income for 6 months period end-! set afire by the twin guns of the and 31 (Book 4) good for 5 pound.I revenue
but that does not make any will not have to raise millage, the Ing June 30, 1944 were received ; top-turrent gunner, Technical Sergeant each treasury to provide for an increase
' j
difference John Ed says the nights indefinitely. III the teacher unit appropriation."
Comptroller pointed out, adding that from Robert La Martin, tax al.euor/) Joseph Kislln, 4510 Church '
' are short and the days Canning Sugar Sugar stamp No. for
A foundation needy
very very these projects can be added to the program
and Roy Ruulenon, clerk circuit Avenue, Brooklyn, New York. 40
good for five
long where be Is. statfgned.' :v_ \ post wa{ "work: pile" to help bridge couytand ordered filed In the ofI A ffew minutes after hj, first I until pounds canningsugar counties, so every child may have

the gap that will\ follow tic, of the clerk"of the circuit' 'rt.l kill, Sergeant fclslin centered th.' to, local February'boards .28. 1945. Apply '-j the advantage .0, an adequate basic ,.
Mrs. Miriam L. Arrlngton of Fort for education has been 'an Integral part
tion. \ The' board adjourned as a Board fire from his guns with that of the : al rations .uPPlement.1'
Drum has received word that her j of the Continuing Education Coun.
"We must keep government '' ball gunner, Staff Sergeant Joe FJ.I
of County Commissioners to Shoes:
reconvene Airplane stamps No. 1
husband, Lawrence L. Arrington, clo.e'\\ ell's school plan now tn the hand
,I to the people and that Byrum, 3806 Gallatin Road, Nash-l\
who has been reported as missing as a Board of Equalization. I and 2 (Book 3) valid indefinitely I I of ]legislators.
in France Is now a prisoner of war assuredly to relations between local| The board reconvened as a Board, ville, Tennessee, to rake another', Fuel Oil : Period 4 and 5' coupons

'IM Germany and getting along all officials and the people, as it does of Equalization with all members Zero attacking below the formation''' for current season good until'' STATUS OF SELVECTIVE ,
to the relations between local officials :' This time the enemy pilot balled I for'
present and County Tax Assessor September 80. Period 1 coupons
right H< was reported at missing REGISTRANTS TO BEREVIEWED
and state and federal officials out successfully as the stricken I I
,in action In the fighting In France I Robert La Martin. {I next year now valid. I BY BOARDS
," Comptroller Lee ) fighter broke off within 100 feet
on June 13. emphasized. The county tax roll was presented' Gasoline A 10 coupon. now validIn

: "The way to halt the much crit by Assessor Robert La Martin, show-i'I of their ship. | Georgia, Florida, the Carolinas' Brigadier General- Vivian Collins,

Icised recent trend toward central ing values set out by him and there The two gunners were flying with and Virginia. Expire August 8.'
Miami, Fla., Aug. 4-(Special to Florida State Director of Selective
Ization of government Is to startat being no complaints from citizens In (several words cut out here A-ll coupons become valid August
Okeechobee News)-Donald L. Burk, I Service, today announced that effective
son of Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Burk of the grass roots and keep this a response to notice that the board by.censor) Captain John A. Van- 9. I I I I September 1, 1944, the restriction

Okeechobee, has recently completeda government by the people. Thefolk. ) would neat as a Board of Equalization del pool, 631 Fifth Avenue, Albany, Rationing rules now require that'' against inductioji of registrants

course as an Aviation Metal ship at home mutt play their part: on this date upon motionby Georgia. every owner write his license num'ber In the I
Corker at the Naval Air Technical': in government and that part Is not,'I Commissioner Milliard, duly seconded In another B-24 of the striking: and state on all gasoline coupons :' age group twenty- \rl
six will be
through thirty
seven re-
Training Center, Norman, Oklu. He the lethargic procedure of 'letting'')|, by Commissioner Baas, the formation, Staff Sergeant Eugene A.| in his possession, as soon as moved and that. all registrants t'

>" a First Class Seaman. I j George do it.: The town meeting values as presented on the 1944 tax Illingworth, Oregon City, Oregon,' they are .issued him by his ration'''i classified to 1-A will thereafter be

of Okeecho- may be a cure to the evil of over I roll by Assessor La :Martin were ap blazed a spray of lead into a Zero'' board. I
Burk Is a graduate
I: called for Induction In sequence of
bee centralization. And now we havean proved. coming in high over the forir-RMr-n'! No Additional Truck Tires
high
i iMr. I'order number.
school I opportunity to try out this town. The board adjourned as n Board( from "three o'clock". As the fighter Mr. Chauncey W. Butler district I
He further pointed out that un
and Mrs. J. H. Walker Jr. meeting system on an angle of government of Equalization. I closed to within 250 yards It,, director of the Office of Price Ad-i I .
I der recently liberalized policies governing I
received a telephone] call this week very close to the people The board reconvened as the broke off out of control and an Instant ministration, said at Jacksonville

from "Peppy" Wilson 'at Bartow in their pocketbooks. As more taxpayers Board of> County Commissioner :i later exploded In mid-air. today It will be impossible for OPA' consideration for occupational
local boards
deferment that the
which h* told them he had just returned get together with more county The following vouchers were ap-; Illingworth was flying with Second I to Increase the national quota of,
all 1-A
( review
have been directed to
from New Guiena where he official. In free discussion of proved and ordered paid when Lieutenant Raymond L. Dufur, 2104'' largo size truck and bus tires dur :

tvn been soldiering with their ..onJohnnl. such problems as budgetary increases funds are available: North Watts Street, Portland, Oregon II ing August because the tires simply: classifications In the age group

.. lie stated that he left and post war projects evidencing General Fund \ do not exist. )| thirty through thirty-seven with a.
deferment
view to granting occupational
there over a month ago and that increased interest In government' G. C. Durrance, ,al. Act. I The left wing of another fighter All tires not vitally needed by the':

Johnnie was getting along fine and their participation will Increase. Pros. Atty., July . . .$174.30 was mowed off by the heavy burst military have been made availablefor to all registrant whom

hoped to be able to come home With this will come a trend towards C. E. Drawdy, Co. Comm. ? 74.30B. of fire from the left ".I"t gun oft! civilian use during the month' they may find to be regularly engaged .
In an activity In war product.Ion
sometime about the first of Sep reducing overlapping super C. Swain, Co. Comm. 74.30 Sergeant Elliott II. Loll, Jr., Okee but still the number la the smallest
vision. : or In support of public healthor
tember. Wilson said that he hopedto Ernest Milliard, sal i chobee, Florida. He was flying with since rationing began he said. | .
I interest, and to review 1-A classifications
be transferred to Miami when his "As our Governor-elect has so j I I C o. Comm. . . . 74.30''II Second Lieutenant Alan C.: Guild,' Pointing out that OPA Is well

leave was up.REPRESENT.tTIVE. i I aptly put It recently the growth of R E. Bass, pal Co, Comm. 74.30 282 Second Avenue Richmond Virginia. aware of the seriousness of the situation ., In the age group twenty.

V I the trend towards centralization I.I Is W. F. Walker, pal Co. Comm. 74.30 | Mr. Butler appealed to truck six through twenty-nine with a viewto

OF OLD. I based on and fostered by the taxI Roy R. Raulerson sal. Clerk I j Another Zero crashed Into the,. and bus operators to use every pos granting deferment to those who

AGE AND: INSURANCE TO I, payers' lack of Interest and participation July. . . . : . 147.10' sea while one of Its shorn wings;: sible mile In present tires. "The may meet this requirement and who
also are found to be necessary men
BE HERE MO D"Yt.'G.. 21 in government. The peopleI T. W. Conely Jr., sal] Co. till fluttered below the formation home front can weather the present

,I must take charge of their govern. Atty., July . . . . 50,00T. of Liberators. Two gunners had I transportation crjsls! If thre 14 In their occupations.The .

A representative of the Bureau of ment through! hand In hand partner W. Conely Jr., gal ripped it apart as It made a sul- ,, sufficient care and cooperation exerclsed j change In Induction proced
I II ure will affect only those whom the
Old-Age and Survivor. Insurance, ship with their elected local off!. Co. Judge, July . . 122.70 clde dive passing only 20 feet over, ," he said. Tires should] be
!I I local boards do not find to be qualified
Social Security Board, West Palm clals and active Interest In what Bessie Alderman] comm. the formation. Top gunner, Technical checked more often than before overloading -,

Beach, Florida will be at the Court government does and how It func Tax Coll, July . . 125.00 Sergeant Robert. H. Ginter, should be avoided, slick under these rules of measure,
I ment In the respective age groups.
Room, Court House, Okeechobee,![ tions"V Robert La Martin, sal :334 East Chestnut Street, Lancaster tire. should be recapped Immediately
The change In affect the
no
Florida, on Monday, August 21, 1944 Tax Assessor, July] . . 123.00 ', Pennsylvania, and nose gunner,' and every trip, unless vitally neccssary -| way

at 2:00: p. m. I I A recent report from A. M. G. W. B. Hargraves pal Staff Sergeant Gene D. Birdwell,' should] be cancelled. I I present restriction against occupa'
tional deferment of registrants In
Mr. Verrl, manager, states that It headquarters In Italy states that Supr. Regis, July . :. 40.00 033 Westport Road, .Kansas City, Gas for Victory Gardens Cut I .
eighteen through twenty-
possible that some wage earners Captain Clayton C. Codrington of County Welfare Board, Missouri, caught him as he broke No more gasoline will be Issued age group

or their survivors may be losing old )| Lake Cit>.. former State Welfare relief allowances, July . 350.00J. off. They were flying with veteran' for travel to victory gardens after five.

age and survivors Insurance benefitSj) Commissioner and past president of L. Chandler, sal. Janitor. 88.00 pilot First Lieutenant Richard F.j! August 15, but rations already Is-l I Mrs. Lulu Culbreth V and grand-.

because of a misunderstanding of, the Florida Press Association, now Florida Pwr. & Lght. Co., I Kates, 5269 Roswell Street, San, sued for the purpose may be used,

the law or negligence on their part! with the Allied Military Government olec., C. H. & jail July 15.15C Diego, California. j as long as valid, the OPA said to-| daughter), Miss Virginia, Lee Cul
I I breth left last week for DeLand,
to file applications. lie urgently Is recovering from a severe ty of Okeechobee, water, V | day. j I the ', '

requests anyone having questions'' Illness and was recently discharged r'. II. & jail July . . 8.40 C. C. Commander, general man., The action, approved by the De-,], where school they will remain during
next term
relative to this program to be present from a base hospital In Italy.] Cod Minion's Ice Delivery, let alter of the Florida Citrus Exchange,, partment of Agriculture, revoked I!

at the above mentioned time and rington Is owner and publisher of coupon books . . 2.90Z. of Tampa and long a prominent] an amendment of April 1under) each five pounds of fruit, fruit

place.It] I the Lake City Reporter.V K. Williams, agent, bond figure In the citrus Industry, filed] which local War Price and cocktail and fruit for sale by canners -

should be noted that this representative I -- renewal of Tax Col . 50.00L. a petition this week In the Federal;: Ing Boards were authorized Ratlon.I' frozen food companies and

Is from the Bureau ofI I Clerk of the Circuit Court Roy R. L. Conrad attend. Co. Com. 4.00 District Court declaring himself, sue up to 300 miles for the summer other fruit concerns

Old-Age and Survivors Insurance Raulerson returned Sunday from Claudia A. Conrad sal. Jailor 59.60 bankrupt, listing unsecured debts at season to victory gardners.jOPA The action allowing the Issuanceof

which has no connection with unemployment Jacksonville where he spent several Roy R. Raulerson] refund on j $188,163 and assets at $1,154. i said. sugar for each purpose was ta.

compensation day. last week in attendance at the exp. ehgs.e... 4921 Sugar for Fruit Concerns) I ken to conserve tin, OPA said.

V state meeting of Circuit Court Inter Co. Tel & Tel. Co. Mrs, Alma Gross spent yesterday After August 12 sugar may be obtained Most of the 1944 pack will go to

Subscribe for The News Clerks. tel. Co. Judge, July ". ., 8.85 In Fort Pierce. at the rate of one pound for the armed service and lend.le....


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OKEECBOBEK: NEWS FRIDAY, AUGUST 11, 1941 I

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i" .r I II Gems for Scrapbook I IElements NOTICE OF APPLICATION FORT
(Dkcccljoltcc! your ,'[ DEE
tJdU5
Laws of 10.15
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; Notice Is hercliy given( that I.. FDR dayi:
I Buy and r : of SuccessMan ![ Mn icy. holder of fax CertificateNo.
cannot be satisfied with 14. Issued the 1st dar of Every worker '"
Published Every Friday by the I July. A. D. 114:. lint filed some In
Okeechobw News Co., at Okeecho Keep War Bonds mere aucivss. lie la concerned withthe my office; has made application for should increase the
Tot Peed to he l tRIlled thereon, Said
n amount of bonds he
bee, Okecchobee County Florid terms upon which success,, Cortlflcnte embraces the following described -
I' by C. 0. Nolle cones to him.--Charles A. Bennett. property In the County ofOkccchnbce or die in buying
BRYANT BOWDEN ......_..... Editor! Stnte of Florida towlfSKI
Section 17, Twp.
The of
Head, Dept. Agricultural Economic < most, Important thing for a NE14
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Entered as second class matter University of Florida young man to establish Is a credit The asHcsmnent of said property
... atLl H reputation, character,-John D. under sell Certificate, issued was In
July I, 1914. at the Port Office tnOlteecf1obeto. I _____ the name of Tlllle\ Yatcs.
I Rockefeller.A Unless said Certificate shall ba redeemed -
Florida under the
I according to law property ne.mrllicd TO CHECK RIAl"
Act of March 8, ISTt.Readln II i 1 mun' true estate of power and i 'therein shall he sold, to the
J7AHMERS: of this Nation are machinery In good repair and to
Inl highest bidder at the Courthouse door /
riches, I. to be In himself \
1 performing a magnificent job of making the most efficient use of ; extern- nil the fleet Monday In the month of ''N 70m
? notices In local columns, I essential food production during lubor. his dwelling, or position, or August 1'I4I.! which Is the 7th dm of

10 cents a line. Rates for display i the present emergency, In spite of 2. Avoid new mortgage Indebted. al relation, but In his own essential Auicusr.limed 1IM4.thin Bth lav "f July I1'- hfate: 666
advertising furnished on application I I their great handicaps In obtaining ness, and reduce present indebtedness I character., W. Beecher, ROY( II. HAl'I.ERSON.
Clarified advertising, 3 cents the necessary materials, equip- beyond the original plan, If Clerk Circuit Court ofOkoechohee
each word Insertion. AH Items ment, machinery, and labor. Due practicable. :Meet all payments I 1 believe the true road to preemrnlnent Counts, Florida ? Liquid for Malarial Symptom.
per to their determination to do a good for borrowed working capital (I'lniMI Court $enII) 1 .
regarding enterprises conducted for I Job and to favorable prices for when due. I success In any line It to --- .!... .
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profit Are chargeable at rdvertlalng farm commodities, they are receiving 3. Place every dollar not utilizedIn make yourself master of that line.
I higher net Incomes than maintaining a healthy farm --Andrew Carnegie.The ) VJMJ.1J}
Advertising bills are payable on during the twenty-year pre-war pe. business into War Bonds and plan i
riod. The question arises as to I II to hold on to these Bonds until devotion of thought to an I
the first of each month. Parties
j I the wisest use to make of these they mature, or until after the war I honest achievement makes the achievement
unknown to publishers required to |I net incomes that will hasten the emergency has passed. This will "i possible. Mary Baker RELEASED BY THE ARMY
pay In advance. winning of this war and at the be the best known method to help II
same time assist In preventing finance the war, to help prevent Eddy
dangerous inflation during and 1m. Inflation, and at the same time to I What men want Is not talent, It;
SUBSCRIPTION RATE mediately following the war. build the Investor's financial reserves
One year In advance ................. $2.00 Farmers, like all other workerson up for the post-war period. I Is purpose; in other words, not the Now Year AroundRiveria
Six months In advance ............ 100 the home front, are not satis- You will note that no mention : power to achieve, but the will tot I Open
Three months In advance ........ 75 fled with merely doing well the has been made of personal con. I labor. Bulwer-Lytton. I
Job that Is expected of them. Theyare gumption expenses. These shouldbe .
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I eagerly on the alert for other kept own to the bare minimum I
I ways they may help to bring peaceat Our rationing system is a National Air Lines, Inc have post 4
Our Secret Weapon: the earliest moment.As down I
great aid in holding spendingfor poned for a month at least the Inauguration Hotel
I see it, the wisest use a consumer goods, but every patriotic 1
farmer could make of his current citizen should think many I of direct airmail and
HIS allegory, "The Pilgrim'sProgress .
IN ," liunyan tells how net income would be to: times before purchasing an article passenger service to Brad nton end GEM OF FLORIDA'S EAST COAST I
i 1. Keep the farm in condition to that is not an absolute ne Sarasota which should have started
Christian, when going throughthe produce to its full capacity. This cessity. If War Bonds are pur
valley of the shadow of death, I I is extremely difficult due to shortages chased first and with the determination this week due to the fact that air
found enemies that were Immuneto of materials, equipment machinery of holding them to maturity fields at this point have not com AnnouncesNEW
the sword with which he had and labor; but it is being it will be surprising that we pleted installation of necessary fa-
'vanquished Apollyon, so "he was done by all good farmers. Much can do without so many supposed cilities.
forced to put up his Sword, and I attention must be given to keeping necessities. I
V S. 7leuup cfittlmnl --v'Wkd -- -
betake himself to another weapon I I II CABANA CLUB
called All-prayer.. When the 1
fiends "were come e\en almost at I I II *

him, he cried out with a most vehement I vo.1 .-.........-....".........,".."..........".."..".."......................"...... ....... I OPEN NIGHTLY E
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voice, I will walk in the j Local and Personal _. ........."....."......".............."..".............................."........'.. 'ljtU4 1a 'JtJk |
strength of the Lord God; so they I 1 1 SWIMMING POOL and TENNIS COURT

gave back, and came no further." ,I WAIT BONDS :
Christian's sword was of no avail Mrs. P. P. Evans left last week Gilbert TheatreOkeechobee

against the blasphemies whispered for Tryon, N. C., where she Is Music Entertainment

so subtly in his ear that he spending several weeks with Mr. The tradition of American cavalry
mistook them for his own I threads back to Indian warfare
and Mrs. T. A Sizemore. '1- days
thoughts, but the weapon of prayer I and although modern armies art Recreation
brought him safely through the I I I I II II I Ii largely motorized today, the cavalry
ordeal. : C. H. Ellis of West Palm Beach,I i 1 SUNDAY '
I MONDAY still plays an important role. Sturdy, i "'i
One who lived In England during District :Manager of the Florida I I well trained horses and excellent I TRANSPORTATION SERVICE
the worst of the blitz, speaking I Power and Light Company, .pent equipment and trappings arc neces I
of the wonderful protection I yesterday In Okeechobee on business j Randolph Scotti sary. FOR GUESTS
experienced by those who sought I I for his STATION WAGON WILL MEET YOUR TRAIN AND MAKE
the way of escape through prayer, company. I jo j I I I I I
said it was difficult to understand I i TRIPS TO THE WORLD'S FAMOUS BEACH
unless one were there, but in their Albert Berka, who li employed byj'i GUNG HO I II h
darkest hour it seemed the whole I the Riddle-McKay Air School at' I I

nation lived in prayer! Thus did tlewlston, spent Saturday and Sun-I UTE NEWS BOAT AND MOTOR FOR FISHING

those materially unprepared for !I day In Okeechobee. I I AND PLEASURE :
war find themselves equippedwith CARTOONFRIDAY ,
a secret weapon of defense.So -o- I

spiritually empowered were County Judge T. W. Conely Jr. I Write for DencrlptU Literature and Summer Rate
they with courage and a consciousness was a business visitor spending SATURDAY ,
of nearness to God that Tuesday In Jacksonville.
they could prove to the world It I I
is possible for civilization to survive -e-- Richard Arlen When men are In the saddle for Riveria Hotel .1
the barbarous onslaught of Mr. and Mrs. Walker Liddon of hours, their saddles, saddle rolls and 1 I
savage modern warfare Fort Pierce spent Saturday afternoon -- IN other equipment must tt made to Box 747 DAYTONA BEACH FLORIDA
Spiritual power accompanies I I and Sunday In Okeechobee. stand the wear. Complete with carbine ,
understanding; now as It did when! I The MinesweeperRussell and helmets the equipmentfor
Jesus sent forth seventy of his stu- the cavalryman runs Into hun __. __. __ I II
dents to preach and heal, telling Arthur Bras of :Miami I spent several I dreds of dollars. You can nelp provide
them, "Behold, I give unto you days the fir t of this week In Hayden this with your War Bond pur I Notice

power over all the power of Okeechobee. chases. If you have nut done to, Several Hotel Positions Write !II
the enemy: and nothing shall l hy I -oMr. INFrontier- join the Payroll Savings" Plan and Open
any means hurt >ou" Luke 10: put ten percent of your income mti

19)0) weapon of the carnal and Mrs. J. F. Bond left last Law War Bonds. v, s, je /)<,.",",. I rC1.; ft'rC1.r\U-
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mind cnn withstand the Christ- ,
today through week for Georgia when they are I _. _. .
power operative -- ---- ---- ---- --
enlightened prayer. In the lightof spending several weeks with relative NEWS and CARTOON I I
Truth the carnal mind which"is and frIends

enmity against God" (Romans

8:7), is seen to be a lie, a decep- Coming Attractions

tion which vanishes before the Dr. C. R. Bibb will leave today asual\
Mind of Christ.
The rulers of the darkness of for Birmingham, Alabama, where he "COVER GIRL" Speaking.

deception hold no sway in the will] spend some time visiting friends "L\IY' TAKES A CHANCE"
realm of light. Their effort, therefore and relatives. "' .
Is to prevent the use of our -0- HE SKY'S THE LIMIT" !i

secret weapon of prayer. Unerring "ONCE UPON A TIME" I
in aim, instant in action, Infinite IF YOU want to get married, writs ',

prayer in is range as irresistible, and ever available in attackas Box 26. Vancouver, Wash -'...:..:..:..:..:.?.:..:.?.:....?.:..:..:..:..:..?:..:..:..:..:.-:..:..:.7. I I

it U Invulnerable in defense. -- _. : a We're far

Nor cnn the enemy prevent its use ........- :
by the Christian soldier. One from being I II

must the carnal guard mind against to resistance his use of of At ,I ....... -'. through I"!

prayer. Evil! would disarm beforeit DENMARK'SSolid I ---
attacks, but the very conflict .... -p
arms the righteous and girds him ..

for victory __ __ _u____ __ __ __ __ Ml:I -' I ,
Jesus I
taught us the use of our ,
secret weapon when he said I I
(Matthew 6.6): ) : "When thou grayest !

when, enter thou Into hast thy shut closet thy ,door and, I I Wood 3B doom; Suites I I i w --- 4 e 4

pray to thy Falher which Is in I ,
secret; and thy Father which $79.50 fir, \ 'I' -

seeth in secret shall reward thee I up f -
openly.;' Writing of this secret i l :
but effective prayer in "Science Steel Spring Construction I I" .
and Health with Key to the Scrip. I

tures" Mary Baker Eddy says (p. II I LIVING; ROOM .1.1erlr .
SUITES
13)), "The closet pities the sanctuary ,
of Spirit, the door of which get those helpless decimal
shuts out sinful sense but lets in ', '
U- back
appliances in !
Truth, Life, and Love." She con. $89.50up \ shape
tinues: "In the quiet sanctuary of \ j Don't let this happen in your home I
earnest longings, we must deny Those valuable
sin and plead iod's allness. We I Hollowood Beds S49.50 .. t1I .. become "casualties"ii neglectledncand you

must resolve to take up the cross, I 1 need them on the job all the time. ,
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and go forth with honest heartsto "" ""
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-- Your electric repair dealer has the "rem-
work and watch for wisdom, Occ. Chairs I edy"for those appliances lying around
$ help.
Truth, and Love. And she says i95to$7.95 +
> 1
less
further, "The Master's injunctionis i r or just "limping" through their tasks.
The ones that are "fit" and doing their jobs
that we pray in secret and let
our lives attest our sincerity." Clothes have them checked NOW to KEEP
Hampers $2.95 to $8.95 them
Those who have learned to use condition.in good "physical

this weapon of prayer are win -- a
ning priceless victories. Through Your "appliance doctor" J'

prayer, the risen Christ comes I House Paint Per gallon $2.39 I / i gives you this prescription:
again through( doors which fear I ( Better CAREmeans less
has closed, with the sublime mess I -- ---- y REPAIR.

sage of triumph, "Peace be unto FIBER CLOTHES CLOSETS J
)'ou.-Xilf Christian Science Monitor. I :

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.. $4.95
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-- t jet dl4 FREE: &d/ tame"s e.aa il4.ldi.ae tee,,...
Put every dollar above tile ..
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necessities of life Into War DENMARK FURNITURE I book Practical tell suggestions how to make in ciw this!
t Bond Payroll Saving to I CO. total tppluncM lut Ion' ar
the belt means of doing you \ and do mor..CaII on u lot
sad ill
OKEECHOBEE bM today aksee DON'T WAITt
Tel 115 your copy
belt In helping ions and : I
your I
friends on the fighting fronts, Figure I II II I I _.. EUCTUCOT JUST KUUJi ITS STILL CHUTE .<

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FRIDAY, AUGUST: Its 1941 TUG OkEECIIOBEE NEWS .

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.. FUTURE CROP DISASTER ,OT1CK : I is Ti rinrriT rontT OP TJm''I II NOTICE I

In compliance with Section M NI .TIIMCIAL CIKCT1T I Notice I Is ln-n-li.v.' Khun I Unit tlm ('Ii v
... LOSSES TO BE I DETERMINED: I "ho"I'r| 'jnTii. l.nws of Kliinlln. Acts (IP,PI 011IS I AII KOK IIKEi: ('null.'II of the City lit ()kpI'choipp.t"I I'

.. PROMPTLY: IS INTENTIONTo of 11)1.1 I IKIlimnl of County Commissioners I ; CHANCERY.CAUL u-thiu. wl 11!| ciffi-r for snl" '' the where I
of Ikeui-hiiheo County, l'lor.Mil. WATFOHD, ) 4th ilnv nf l4i'tetiilt'r.| A. I', lull I. nt .JFrom sit.. // Joe Marsh

will IMIII n plllillc meeting- he I'liilntiff l s k IM., nt the C'ltv Hull In
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I..-lei I In the O'uimnliialmieri' mom III ... 1 h.i': ( I;9! of (ikpi-rliohov, tlii> fullnnliiir II

let up a formula for quicklydetermining I tin-I, (ioiirtliml' In Ok.hol..e l b'ler- I IAiiLt MAltlWATKOIID..) I .si-rlli.'il prnnfriv, Ulun anil ,IMIIIKI

hut August 111 IOU, nt 10.no A. M., ppft-Milnnt, ) I I i t tinCIM I of (>ki'"'" li"l, 1..8. l-'lnrlila., -p
the degree of lOll In fur the purpose of eiplnlnlnf nml' NoTICE TO AI'I'P\K I "I..l. I. A coil (I. Iilnck Ill. nfi What Made Our

the event of a crop disaster In the illm-iiHHliiv u propuM-il, tm-reimt-s In the I Ihmliiet To r AtI.U" \A'I'I"OHD. ( .n. :i tinTim'n (if ikm-iliiilii-p iu u >.

I : fur I In- I Urn-Hi I >ear hculiiiilnifOitohir Ilelvey. 111 Cull- I ,'n.,111, to 1'liU then-nf fllcil
Florida vegetable Industry, will be 1. l'M4. 'ilio imlilliIs rn toruil. :, I uirliinf the Clerk of

the objective of conference. In 'III' 01t',1 III IIIU-llll. I', \', nrl linreliv, ordered, to appeartn c'Ir'1I1 I'mirt of HI. l.ucl.-) Invasion a Success'
of fur dlvono l-'liirldil."
itovuit cdrM'Y l'\iti'4P4lNIIlM: the ITl (t'oinplnlnt C'nllt. ,
b\ Curl \Vatfurt. In "l'i uf Ib,' sal.' lie fur .'o.h ,
Washington this week between Flor. filed nitnliist rUI rum
0110:1:1'11011:1I'WI'T: : : I.OUIHA i { I \ obnl
'. the n l love .t) loJ rnnse on or h.foreIho mil' I Ih,' I'" ..pr. thir I it III tnjui '

ida Vegetable Committee and FlorIda -' ---- ,_. --.---- 7rb diy of Aiisimt A. I' "I.otlii I I I im\ "II.1! I.h.II&JII l l
>ntlm I tlio nlli'KiUluns of the Hill OKKKCMOllKi
ice town's been
Farm our
Bureau officials and rkig, mighty mighty right.'llipHucexsof
executives
ourexcIted
OHIHU: or I.t fll.IC.tTI0Nlt of Compliant "-111 b. tnken con. I tly Alum dross, city Clul< I ,
of the Office of Price Administration f, nl'lll."rlnil nffliliult, In I Ih,- Hill I
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I ordnr ahull lie pnlillxhod
Ills ap- progressing on the Continent
vlion HIP l' Tommies and
and Ad. of Cniiipliilnt.; \, In n suit fur illxiirce.tllcil ngl"b
the War Food I tn low i In I'In-- Oki-voliiiliee I I ,
III A clinic iiiMuUiiv, I III tin c'ltvult .rI11. of iti-neril clrculA- APMir\TIO.V. FOR the C.I Joe got together over
t SITft '
ministration. :, Conn I In nml for liki>i>i-h<> Cnnntt% '. u lion,. lunliB I "WMe;,I ;'nl pliu-e of TA\ lit .'\ I Ii Il.o "ShuckH, bays Bob Now friendly liocr nml of
games
Loring Raoul of I""rl.hl.I; Io'r.11I Wlllliini i:. llonlnIs liiialin-si In ti In-, County of i nf lull i comb luii>pll.y, "I know >\ pcre
Sarasota, president i .mi'liiliiiint! II il I I OKI- llonli-n il l,"- sime nf llorliln.Dniiil Ok.chob. -.,tl'O Is heri'hv glvrn thnt Joanna darls-nn.IItII'd to like each

of the Florida Vegetable Comtnlttce .' feinliiiii' Hint n''I'I ili-fiMiilnnt" Is n 1\1)". nt Florida tills ",-..,."I. holder nf Tnx t''rtlfletitet going to lick them Nazis, soon other in of differences In

renl.luiit ,,f tinKtiil<> of t-'lorliln : thnt I inthIn'I of Ik"PI'h"h.e., i t ., : Issueil the lot duty of aa the Invasion MarCeil. "pit
, ; LaMonte: Graw, manager of for ri-slili-nri-, ''IN lu-ekiiinn A von no, ) HOY JII.. ItAI I.CHSON, I 1 ,ih) /11.. P 1IH2. has fllml) some In'i tastes IIIJ ,

the Committee John Ford N rlh I Tnnvliiwiiw N. Y. Clerk! of Circuit Court I noffice I : linn nuiilo application fur "I knew it before that "
and 1\1.rkMlot : :
secretary i 1'I: : thenIs i no urnIII : i' Okei-i-holii-e Countv. i 'l luv l Ii;i',
of the Florida Farm Bureau Kloililii I UM. scnliiof n nulitii"i-nn Hv Pease l"lorl,11. "nt 'nil, ''1''''. I the foltmvliiff tl.II' .-. I II Doc Holllster. "I knew it from and understanding between

mihoin', nonlil, Mini, lln- ,- "- ,, 1111'1; 1"llhrollll l. il mipi-ih' In the Coiiutv I I the way our boys were getting
arrived In Washington early In the I id t. c. Hoal I :'! .I : men and nations will go far towards
Hint I iitie Is ,nliovo tlio aiif nt fwentv. tiIl "p huh lllninri, -.il, Stnte nf Flnrlila, to-nit : with their British buddies

week to take pert In a series of oini'lIrs, It Is I ilii-rofcire unh-red that .\tt..nun, fur I'lnlntlfC I IMS ,I'' nml in Ir"IIII"1., I nlong building a secure reace.
tinilM" 11'01',' roil.I'in 'l"li>iiiliiiil, !. KIISIliiiril I linn t in ciijr( of in those English camps. too.A'o. .

conferences with OPA and WFA. ,.n, In. niid .tu' I IN luVlirtqnlnMl The nsiessmnnt of stUd proper I They had a lot of differencesto

to, nppoar" to the lilll nt riMiiiilnliitflli'il n i,','isnM' C.itlflintilasiie.l' wis, h'l
which It Is hoped will\ set up the I In nil rinisimi: or before Slut I "Hi.-, "mime nf Mnrv Mrl I I'ataK overcome before they could

machinery for action under the new 'In,; ..r Annul AD. I'Ml. .'ti-rn-ie tlieiilli'Kiitlons I'nless onll Alllhln. l>e re work together 0 a team. And c9c3e '/,lc4k4g

of en il lllll of Complaint CAC: UP !I' I'I, | ,i, 11191 to Inn |'P'pi.rt\ ili>. I they 'em."
disaster clause In OPA regulations. nlll I.,. tiiUi-n HS totifcsKeil In' Milil ,illfiniliiiit ', I cillieil, therein slmll he .,1,1 to the I overcame

ceil YOUR DOYWk ) 'Uli-Ht,I Mililnr nt the Cniirthnnse ilunrii I
The general subject of price It Is furlht-r nrili" "-il,I thnt this ", .1..i. 'I, I iln' filet Monilny In tile tnunth nf I

ings which have been placed on h,' (Hilillslieil, once u ww-k for tier. con' .\niiist.: 11144. wlihli Is the Tth In)' of 89 of a Sri Cpri1. 1944, Brewing Imltulry FvunJuttimAdvcrtiso
I
wiuhp, l ni-cks In the IIk"I''hnlll'p laucast:; your 1IMI.'

commodities not heretofore under I, Ni-ne .a ii-\v.,'"per piilillshi-il' In eulil \11.\ot this lat tIny of Jnlv ll>44. I .- -- .-
-'!, Cniiiin,, ,inn) sinti-. payroll savings j lii)', It I :
price regulation will\ be thoroughly | 'I 1 Id* il-t: ilnv'f .TIII)'. A.. U 1944 ; I Clirk ('IA'II.Io.ofil

discussed. I'I 1 '1 1.1. i I im i. i..\i i II i:,i'iisI toyourfumiyIin1tninth ,.ei.linl-' i. CniniM.nlrl. Ilorl.l.i ii tH in The Okecchobee News

'I Clerk' Cln-nit I nit' ;i -iurt I

"Pries. eellmiM._ ." commented Graw Senl
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In determining how many acre! NOTICE OF ILCCTION (JJHht r.t (4Ut) T the foUoW. amendment of Sec- erty withIn such mule l e* I,. on and after the eiplration
S in I WHEREAS The Legislature of I"'. DLIC shall I a term M m of the Constitution town, and I of t.I term of each o said County
of vegetables will\ be planted undsr the Constitution of 1888. of the o fo y e and the Beutot from of the Stave at I'Iorld relating Counties nO of Dade and Solct"of said OUtle. the office

Florida during the 1944.45 sea.on "' SUM oC Florida did pees 10 joint Resolutions 1 J\I (40th) Dt e, to uniform county and o,- T. municipality town Ole Slcitor Po.uc
proposing amendments to fee a tr of two and the olaeelfleatlon a and special taxing dlac' ng Attorney .bol.bed

V Constitution of the State of Florida and 'Im o General Election of IM cities towns, be and the same created .law or which may be hereafter aid COUDII8. and dutiesof
the same were agreed to by a vote lb"o8ld 8n.t shall hereby to and shall be submitted created by law. In each of eald County Solicitor within each ot
CHURCHES OF ChRIST of three-fifths of an the members. elected ele fo fo yean ex le ell the Slate Counties, shall retain and control the aid Counties shall become the duties
\ o
SCIENIST to each house; that the votes on said ease of a vacancy ofc. Florida C. Election ef fix respective budget i of she State Attorney in each of saId
o lower
Joint Resolutions were entered upon Piled in office Secretary D Stw Rp..nt.tl.,. be held la 11 the t tb.1 measuring and imposing Counties

their respective Joumsls. with the yess June It 1M3. or re e ; t Is fo the mlllage to be Imposed upon I 8cto 1. On and after the ex

of thy and Bays thereon and they did deter ay. that Section fOk m : property la said Counties, subject toad pl.tlon of the terms of the
. SOU L Is the subject mine and direct that the said Joint A Propodnf SO he Constitution of of FU ., or other like within Criminal Court of Oer'
J RJLU01 &lor 'K.
o' which will be read in Besolutions be submitted to the elector A'Dd Stion V of the da be amended 1 ae t re fo. each r.pel. municipality, town Dade and Orange Oountle for whichthey
le on- ermon I of the State at the General Election to the State of Florida lows: district special taxing area each are .erlng or nave been

Churches of Chrlit, Scientist November, 1944. Mating to Justice Districts and Ju Section 14. The Legislature shall and the County Tax Assessor In each elected on 1949 the officesof
NOW THEREFORE. I, R. A. ORAY. tiees of the Pesos, I : uniform system county of said Counties shall In determiningeacb the Clerks of the Criminal Oon
throughout the world on Sunday Secretary of State of the State of Florida Bl IT RBSOLVKD BT tb"U"II government w' shall assessment add the amount levied of Record In both Counties

t do hereby give notice that a LATURB or TUB STATe T LBIS: b. applcabl.. except In eases where and Imposed by such mlllage to the Clerks of the Civil Courts 01 Record

August 13. I|I OINIRAL ILICTION That the following amendment to 8eo- loll laws are pro.le. or amount Imposed by the respective and the Cout of Crimes, in Dade

1 The Golden Text l la: "My .oul will be held In each county In FloridaI ion 21 of Article V of the OoutllUtlo may hereafter be provided Counties o Dade and Orange. County .1 be .bollhed. and the
islature that be infonsististtherewith.
I oa Tuesday next succeeding the first of the State of Florida be and m Section 2. That on and after midnight duties of the Clerk CriminalCourt
wait thou only upon God ; for my iuinday In November. A. D. 1144. the Is hereby agreed to. and the December 1M4 the of both Countiesand
saM Tuesday being theSEVENTH > a. Filed in otc Secretary o State 310. Cut the duties of the Clerk of the
I & be submitted to the qual. Tax Collectors the
him" (Psalms : NOVEMBIfftor June 10. .
expectation li from DAY OP fled electors at the general electionIn Dade and Or an Re. State of Florida Civil Court of Crimes In Dade County
the ratification or rejection of the 1944 for ratification : hall all be assumed taken over and
62:5): Mid Joint Resolutions proposing amend- 31. There shall or r.lectlo. not more A JOINT RESOLUTION Proposing to .ba each ad valorem become tl. Tax. Col.ctor become a part of the dutlee of theespectlve

which comprise merits to the Constitution of the State "Stlo Justice in eachcounty Amend Section Six and Section Sevenof fo, .1 Clerks of the Circuit Court
calendar
citations and Imposed for the
Among the DIII Article of the Constitution of
of Florida, vlx: xvr Iin Dade and Orange Counties
and there one
1M5 and subsequent (except
.let8d the State Relating to theTerm year years
II the I Section 8. The assumption of new
the Lesson Sermon 4 JOINT RESOLUTION Proposing JustIce! of the Peace for .Iuatlc of Iord. taxes now required to be ool-
1 the Amendment of Section 1 of Article shall bold office fou Appointedor levied by the Clerk of the CircuitCourt duties under the provisions of this
D8ulcwbo In Elective
Elected Vacancies
"Rejoicethe to -
following from the Bible : IX of the Constitution of Florida e. Blatlnl Justice District arehereby Pff Said ) within each of said Counties. Article .b.1 not entitle anv oflc.rto

for unto Relating to Taxation but the Legisiature Olc. CntltutO and Including all taxes and cmpen.atlon.
servant: r8lla. Count
oul of thy BB officers whom such new duties
ma Act, BT T LMISL.TIII all ad valorem and taxes imposed upon
BI IT RESOLVED BY THB LEGISLATURE lpclal fom t
.oul. OF TUB STATE .oe. ball be imposed shall to be
thee, 0 Lord do 111ft up my OF TicS BTATK OF FLORIDA: such time, 011. boundarl. eetabllibed. tbe following amendment to Sec by any town dlsrlct. governed by the cntlnu.. of the
Bow other district
Tat .
or taxing uponproperty
nation whom thou hast made That the following amendment so Section and e b.r.alt afeoiUh t and Section 7 of Article XVm within each of eald, State as It now la o may be hers.after .
All I of Article IX of the Constitution any m District now O hereafter of the Constitution of the Stat of and .contlo.1 as relates to fixing of their
Legislature
lhall come and worship before thee of Florida relating to taxation be and existing" Provided however Florida be and the same each b said Collectors may shall also col- respective salaries or prescribing, hel
the same Is hereby agreed to and shall shall be submitted maximum compensation from :
agreed to and the same
be submitted
that any such changes shall cot other texas, licenses or ex.Msee .
name. any
0 Lord ; and snail glorify thy be submitted to the electors of the. to the people of any county eo to the qualified electors of the within said col- provld.d 10wev.r. that each officer
State of Florida for ratification or rejection State of Florida ratification or rejection CoSucb the herein
and doest won by referendum at the nest fO shall each .. .u. .tt
thou art great, afetd. lect0 .
For
at the next General Beetlon general election at n.zensull general officials of each taxing additional take over
God alone" to be held In 1944. as follows: election l. Sections proper allowed such employeesand
drous things: thou art F'ed in office Secretary of Bute. authority In their respective Countiesall .latan.
Section al' The Legislature shall pro- June 10. 6 and t of Article Xvm of the Constitution such taxes collected forthwith, expenses of assumedas

( Ps. 86:4,9,10): I slam..__ tnr.n tinlfm-m__n'_ _&nrl_ ftnii&J_,__ _rats_._ nf__ leA ofb.. State of Plorld. be as may be provided by law Each o may be approved by the Budget
taxation, that It provide amended to read follows: Commissions of such Counties, by
except may as 0
includes I Collector shall collect each tax statement
JOINT
The Lesson-Sermon also for special rate or rates on Intangible Amendment ILUON Proposing of the Con-an I "Section e. The term of offl0 fo In full and shall issue but onetax such other supervisory authority as

from thChristian < property, but such special rate or rates etltution Florida by adding theret all .pplnt. to fill I statement which shall include all mav be established by the Lell.l.tue
the following passage i shall not exceed two mills on the doi- o of eectlv. offices under Con.stltutto ad valorem or acreage taxes assessed I Notwithstanding any .r
Science textbook "Scl' ,, lar of the assessed valuation of such an Ad ton.1 Section Rel.tn.. t theZiection ol .h.1 extend only to the first during any one calendar year upon clal laws the pro.lalo of this Article

the I intangible property, provided that as Criminal teol Record du CountySolicitors Tuesday ate the first Monday In each parcel of real property and upon shall be The Legislature
t ence and Health with Key to to any obligations secured by mort- (except the Judge and January after the election and each lot of personal property. and all may give reasonable Interpretation -

; Baker Eddy! age. deed of trust or other lien the licitor of the Court of Record of S qualification of a successor. tax certificate shall bs Issued to coverall t the words. phrases and Seetiona -
Mary I 7. In all of electionto this Article dlr.ct
Scriptures" by legislature may prescribe an Intantible cambla County). and Providing for fill. "Section taxes upon each parcel of real ane tll
office such election effect related The T.e l !
fill vacancies by
thought has adulterated- tax of not more than two (fat In any of such Office I property for each calendar year and
"Human mills on the dollar which shall be fo to : First Tuesday after the shall be that part of the shall be sold by each Collector, as Is lure may bv law control the compensation -.
,
-- meaning bf the word soul I' payable at the time such mortgagedeed Monday in 1MB. by Appointment unexplred term commencing o tbe or may be provided by relates of each officer and the expense
the .I&nu. first after the tint and conduct of each- office effected
Tuesday
of trust er other lien is pr. and Ooo. Monde7; to County Taxes, and t
h by zw'Ctl
through the hypothesis that soul I seated for recordatlon. said tax to be fIrm.lion by the OvernIW. in January next after such election. not .old and which by fore hprb.,. and may abolish fee
of State exist Dade and
In Secretary svstems they In
In lieu of all other intangible assessments Pie ofic converted Into title maybe
good Intelligence BB IT RESOLVED BY THE LBOI8LATURI Counties' and control nil
evil and a Orange
both an on such obligations The specialrate 1. ID so converted by the respectiveOountlee .
STATE OP FLORIDA:
OF ThiS fees and charges of or officials
collectedi and the sold for the olfi.
use the taxes property
resident In matter. The proper or rates or be apportioned by tbLegislature Tbl Article V of the Constitution of A JOINT RESOLUTION Proposing to pro rata benefit of each I within each of Counl.
always be i therefrom may exclusive of State of Florida be amended by Amend Section S. Article VIII of the taxing authority; sales IDtr..t"d Section 9. Section 20 of IL
and shall be
cf the word soul can District and adding thereto an additional sectionto Constitution of the State of Floridarelating and penalties and Inl .b.1 for delin I and Section 5. 77 and 30 of Article ,
I) substituting the word all other State Count, be known as Section 47 of said Article to County CommissionersBE Imposed as provided bv law and Section 9 of Art Me VIII and Sec..
gained by municipal taxes: and shall prescribe relating to the election of State IT RESOLVED BT THB LEOISLA quencl. taxes: each taxing authority I lion t of Article IX t the Constitution -
shall just
I.r ii secure a fo
such regulations as
deifie! meaning Attorneys, Judges of Criminal Courtsof Cunt. of the State Florida hall
God, where the of all property, both real i TURB Of THE: STATE Of FLORIDA: It has a tax Interest .I
valuation Record and County Solicitors (except of remain in full force and effect
Article
That Section 8. of purchase property sold for taxes or ant
<.qulr d" (p. 482:8-8). and personal excepting by such law for propertyu municipal I the Judge and Solicitor of the the Constitution of the State VII foreclosure and all moneys derived said Sections of said Articles and
may be exempted of Record of Escambla I I I other provisions of the Constitution
V literary scientific, Curt CotI ida relating to County Commlulonersbe from such sales, and from penaltiesand I
education
earns Is hereby agreed i of the State of Florida relating the
.. and the same Is hereby amended, Interest shall be collected and I ,
,.':iglous or charitable purposesApproved shall be submitted to the electors of office consolidated
bv this Article
News and as amended Is agreed to and distributed pro rata to the respectiveCounties
Advertise in The by the Governor May 20ru. the State of Florida for ratification or be submitted to the electors of.b.1 municipalities drainage I' shall remain In full force and effect

es _. .. rejection at the General Election t State of Florida at the general election or other taxing town save and except as the ma each
Filed In Office Secretary of StateUy be held on the first Tuesday after of Representatives to be held m dl.trc. the proportion of tale relate to such offices ad systemof

NOTICE OF Arri.1C VT1ON 20, I -u. first Monday in November 1044. as follows 1944 for approval or reJection. ThatSection levied by each upon each parcel or I I taxat'on and fees Dade and

roil T.\ flEES : 5, of VIII. as amend.d..bal piece of property Involvd. Orange Counties Florida and aa to
Alcl. I
1 Nti'e I is lerety Ifl..eo that 1. i"- A JOINT RESOLUTION: Proposingan "Section 47. State Attorneys, Judgesof read as .: Section 3. Municipalities In each of I such offices system and within
of tho' f,1l.aiiUvrt Amendment to Article T, Section 3. the Criminal Courts of Record and S There shall be one said Counties Cinch Sections and tbeConstitution
tit hI'r said Counties may by election
Jr"
.
p ,I'eAMP.- tfIattt's. hUM, II l'tl oAhl vvrttfilItfor .I 01 the Constitution of the State oi County Slcio.the(except the of Record Judge County Commissioner In each of the to be held prior to .pecla 31. 1944retain I ohal be modified and

,1.,1 tn he I.MII..I t ler"tThe Florida" Relative to Census and Apportionment and Curt fv County Commissioner d18lrlct the right to assess and changed by Article
A III x of Etcambla County) hereafterbe col.et Filed In otlice State
Secretary
'fissUislI"e. Section 3 I
by Amending .cb which
,111111 yi'nrC electors county dlatlcl.l taxes Upon adoption of this 0
rc'rlln"lIlp qualified
the
.rrv. the of said Article so as to Designate Oeevola elected by be 1 one to .. and June 10 1943
tho' of ;troperty. of their respective Judicial circuits or.ountle number fiv any n f.b:3er en within the I
It u'5are I and Okeechobee Counties as a as nearly possible equal and
llllh. Counties Orange may
'III \\
of-
and County
the naim" other
mul A JOINT RESOLUTION
Broward St.t The an
Senatorial District. Designate In proportion to population after not I. than fifteen 1151 days Proponing
...;...e,1 81 ftflowi : County as a Senatorial District and are Board of County Commissioners in therespective notice call Amendment to Article VIII of Constitution
..f 1..111111'' by a special t
(',.rtjff" ,tte :>'11. :iu. year Designate Calhoun and Oulf Counties -The first election of State Attorneys. counties shall from timeto election to publc.ton.. In bv the of the State of Florida Relative -

l\1t\ ". I as a Senatorial DlatrlctBB Judgee of Criminal Courts of time fix the boundaries of such districts qualified freeholders of such muniCipality to Assessment of Property for
"I.rllnrnte No. K>s, j-ar of tsIflttI'I : IT ENACTED BY THE UCOISLATURS : Record and County Solicitors (exceptthe Bald County Commissionersshall only, who shall by Taxes and the Collection of Taxes. bv

1\141. OF THE: STATE OF FLORIDA: Judge and Solicitor of the Cou be elected by the qualified elect a majority whether t.errld 2 I Adding Thereto Additional Sections to
S....lfl'iite N 0. H'1'' >','nr "r 1.111111'1 u I 'I .at the following amendment to Sec- of Record of Ercambla County ore of said county at the time and hereof be, not be. effective within Providethat In the County of Hilla-
I 1 of Article T of the Constitution be held at the Oeneral Election In 1948 for other officers o borough, of the Countv
1\144.\ I on :3 after place of voting county such municipality. Such freeholders I Slat Florida
I *''" of Florida relative to cen.I to take office the first Tuesday four Tax .. Propertyof
llos"I'hlloll| P"1! 'i the State and shall hold office for voting may by majority vote elect to Sbal
l.iit II, HI*. B. t'ulI.'I'llIt..1' l.nll,1 'ua and apportionment designating the first Monday In January. 1M9. years. Provided that the County Commissioners have such municipality come under I the County the Purpose of Lew-
('0'. HulnlMitliiii. It mrsI I uceola and Okeechobee Counties as for a term of four years."The elected from the even numbered ald Oectlons. or by a like majority of inS State County, School and Municipal -
.si-il., Blnniln, tIlt senatorial District term or tenure of office of anyone 1M4 shall Taxes Levied by the 8ate. Countv
Nam III which a ie toe thirty-ninth districts in serve fo those determine that It
I I'"n. Broward County as the fortieth heretofore or hereafter appointedto two ,en. those elected In 1B44 not c otnl. said Sections .hal County School Board, School 1 Districts
1 Ynll uf 'il'1 pr"l'"H' I.-II.K In thi,. idol Senatorial District, and Calhoun sny of the offices herein mentionedshall the odd numbered districts shall serve such vote : majority J votes to comeunder Special Tax School Districts and Municipalities
A'I be extended hereby Anyvacancy
okwHlmlwe.: Sinn <>< Hor. and Quit Counties IIb.. forty-first Dot for four years and thereafter tbe Sections 1 and 2 hereof or If I of the Count
nt sucb offices
In prior
Comity (41) Senatorial District be and the terms shall be for four rears: Provided any municipality falls to call and hold I BE IT 1HB LEOISLA-

'''''hill-as tmh ,','rt III'nte or certlfl lame is hereby agreed to and shall be to said In nI 1B4B after shall the be fUI.dby firstMonday that Section n of Article VIII such election prior to December 31. TUllE OF TH STATE FLORIDA

S hr ri'di'i'iii'-il "'.....r'lIl1l1, >', submitted to the electors of Florida the Governor and of this Cn.tt\ltlon shall not be effected 1944. then In either such eent. Sec I That the folowlDI Amendment to Article .
,' bet III for ratification or rejection at the den.ral lions 1 and 2 hereof shall VIII Con.ttutlon of the
nTtbi ,
'
il.- the Senate here
.ro.o.v.. t-.rllfloiit.-s v will] f I". *.mjeertlflintP .I Election to be held on the fustfueaday confirmation tofore provided I by by the Constitution as buttbe Fled In office Secretary of State upon such municipality In the event I State of Florida relatve Assessment .
r after the first Monday In len I and all taxes In
,,, Milder' nt the eonr,- 'f n.m 'no any Innea. than f. any mnnlclpalJ elects not to come Col..ctlon
-b' th,' )hllll..t III.; November, 1944. ae foilowa.'heetloan ff nn'l under and 2 bsreof such the County State of
hm" d..or ..n the Tint Mo".lnv : J. Tbe Legislature that first Tuesday f.rtii" Monday by adding thereto additional
II'hh'I, A an election shall not affect Sections 4 I Florid.
I
t be 1II"th, ..t 1I"t"IIII..r. litH snaIl meet in regular session A. D. In January. JOIN RLtON Popo.ln.tbeState 5. and 9 of this Article, exceptas to be known .Section 11 and
I. the 4th flu, of St'ptiuiiIer. 1914.Dnte'I \ 1951. and thus that shall meat every 'Any provision of the ConstitutionIn of Florida Con.tlu'lon AT- Ii 7ihl. assessment and collection of I Section 12 be and same Is hereby
11\.1.. conflict herewith Is hereby repealed to as
this :lr.1 ,Iiiy "f AIlIoIII.t. ten yeare thereafter ehall apportionthe ." hole XX Sections 1-9 thereof. Reat.log municipality. which shall agreed to and snail bs submitted to the
I HitII.. .l 1. :IIIIO\ representation In the Senate and Electors of the State of Florida for
'I'\L) Filed in office Secretary of State to the Consolidation of Certain remain as Is now provided by hawlprovIded ; I
Clerk Circuit Court oftikiwholi.e shall provide for forty-oue Hi Ban- ratification or rejection at the general
Offices Counties of Dade and however that at anv general ,
18. 1943A
Counu" HnrlilnNO atonal Districts, such Districts to be May I Orange, Igt.\ of Florida and PrnvidIng city or town election held thereafter Election to held on the first Tuesday .
as nearly equal In population as practicable petition filed at least thirty '(309days after first, Monday In November .
shall be divided JOINT RESOLUTION Proposing an in Said Counties for the Combination upon
but uo County Amendment to Section 12 of the Dec. : of and Collec. prior to such election bv ten percent I 1844 as follows.Section .
a !'ICE OF .U-rllClTION in making such apportionment. laratlon of in the Constitutionof tlons and A"Omen' County Municipal of the freeholders entitled to 1. 1 From and after January -
1011 T' \ l>tl.l> and each District sball have on. Senator the RI.bt Florida Relating SO and District Ta that Ml no'Hcilmei. 'r Provided that Oaceola and Okeeohobee such shall in the County ol biateof
Xi.tl.-e l I. hereby given Double Jeopardy delf-Incrlmlnatlon.. Municipal and or not municipality I
Counties, Florida. shall constitute Reer.ndum.
.
Ccitiflcnte N be bound bv flections I and 1 shall Florida. shall assess all property for
Tu, the
niililT' of x 3Ylb Senatorial Due Froceu of Law and the Taking Consolidation of
the Ihlrty-nlntb ( >)>
215t, Imm.-d Ihil.t ilnv of July. A., District Broward County Florida of Private Property Without Just Compensation County Prosecutor and Solicitor with be placo on the ballot all fctaie County Shol. and Munlci-

U. 1-MJ. hue file'.ne In my f shall constitute the Fortieth ((40tb by Providing the Right ol that of State Attoomev and Combining vote t so bound. such munllp.lt. taxes to be the County
flee : hue miido application for a Tat- Senatorial District and Calhoun and Persons to Work Shall Not Be Deniedor the Clerk of the Clmln.1 and nhall thereft.r be bound .Id Sc.tlon. I b, the State, County County School
Board. School Districts Tax
Special
..
Said Certlflonte Civil Courts and Duties Collector
IIMM, In he Issued thereon. Gull Counties, Florida shall oonitl. Abridged on Account of Membership
eml.ra.-es the foIIwtfles'rlbe'i d>- (41stt Senatorial or Non-Memberanlp In -any Labor with the Clerk of the Circuit Section 4. The County Tax Assessors School Dutlcl and MunicipalitiesI
the Forty-first
lute and the County Tax Collectors of Dade I shall at the Lastslatits -
In tlie loimiy nl l- the tune the Union or Labor Organization: andProviding Court T. Lll.laure
properly District, and. at same
and from tlms
nf Florl.ln. to.wlt the that the Right of Bmployeee BB and O.nle Counte. .hal Impo. no Se.lon c
Okewhiili.-e.MnK! Legislature shall also apportion IT RESOLVED BT T 1.5018LATIJRE f. tune thereafter. enact lava .
\"WIot SEU **. U. Twp- S4' representation In the House of Representatives Be Pmerved.BB to Collectively. Bargain Shall OF TirE STATE fRIATh.t charl the municipalities otberwls.. .. I the powers functions duties and com

Hire. 31. 40 acres. and shall allow three 131 the Constitution of 81.1t or other taxing areas within pensatlon of Tax Assessor d.In
'1 amii-MiiiiMit nf nlil, property nil Representatives to eacb of the five I IT RESOtVED BT THB LEGISLATURE of Florida be and the eame is trlct.Counties their services in Ignated Count 1 of this Section.

il-r pail C.'rtlflcnte Issued was III thimime I most populous counties and two (2) OF TH STAT OF FLORIDA amended by adding Article XX thereto making fo and ofad 11 and shall likewise provide by law
to sacb of the next That the to the and amended and .e..ment olectlon
of Unknown.Unless Representatives l m ft as Is agreed to for the on the waeaementroll
paid Certificate shall he reileenwil ,. eighteen more populous counties and Constitution 'I the State Florida .b.1 be submitted to the electors of duties Imposed to be Imposed hereunder '' of 'etn.lon Tax Assessor of
I"ordlnll to law. property rte. one (1)) Repreeeutatlve to each of the Section 12 of the Declaration of Rights Stats of Florida for adoption orrejection Legislature o of Ins State all taxes Cunt the State.

si-rll.eil, therein shall he sold to Inblithest .I I remaining counties of the State at of said Constitution. b and the sameIs at the next general election of T. ,, bv law provide for payments County School Board School Count
Milder at the Courthoine donS. the time of such apportionment hereby .g.e to. the same shall to He held m the year 1944 to-wit: to the respective County or Special Tax School Districts and Municipalities .
Should the Legislature fall to the electors .
01! apportion be qualified
In the month Counties In an amount not to exceed
the first Mnnilnr ARTCI X I
nn the representation in the Senate of the State of Florida for ratification I
.I'I..mh..r. in 14. whl.h Is the fib .III!7 the House of Representatives the Section i on and mid one per cent of collections made and Section 1 1 From and after January .
and In at next
or rejection at
.n.ul" paid by the Collector to each taxing 1, Tb. County Tax
of !rVpt.Miilier 1944. of the night December 1944 Clet
session Legis that
regular Is 311.
any General Election to .a Cont
I authority to cover all costs of collection in the County of
JnltOH.' lax Assessors of Counties
,
iliiv l '
IVh Hllboru.b.
this times herein
JinfHd 1.1 at any of the desI Section 12 of the Declaration Dd. o
o RIRb' Incurred by the shall levied
(SKAI.) RoY K IUl""EnjO I It stall be the duty of the of the Constitution of the and Orange State of Porld. .Iol respective and .meD Forida. by .1 .. County.
Olrcult Court of each become and be COmt Stt.
Clerk I Legislature or Legislatures succeeding Florida ee amended ae to as .ln
Okeechobee County. riorl.ln' such regular session of the Legislature, follow 1 r.a aa propert in their respective Section 1. Tat on and aterb' County Oo"'d, 1 Districts.

either in Special or Regular cession to "Section 11 No person skill be subject Coun they ,b.l ate that expiration of term of Special Tax. Districts and Municipalities
apportion the representation In tbe tn bi twice OIlS In date uake all meD' adVahor.m Tax Col.ctor nf the Counties of Dade
Jep.rd fo and other and Bute of Florida, The Legislature shall at the Leg
'
acreage a
.1' Senate the of Repreeentatlvee. the same offense. nor compelled any Orall. fo
d..1Db lnHo provided. Theprecedlns criminal case be a witness against I taxes that are or may be Imposed upon I which ." Ooletr have ben II.t.,. Session of IMS. and from tim

regular Federal or regular blmaelf. nor t deprived of life. liberty I real or personal proo.rt *r their use ed as of the January.I. 1>4Sthe 1m. thereafter enact laws .
Including by valuationall duties Imposed County log powers funotlons. duties and
Aid to Enemy"Any Blew Census, whichever shall have or property without due orocoteof way upon
been taken nearest any apportionment law: prtvste property betaken aucMments upon property for each Tax Colect. of the Oount.. of Dade compensation of County Tax Collector
of Representatives In the Senate and no.h.1 compensation Tbe municipality. town district, or otter and by law Article designated In paragraph 1 of this Section

American who wilfully la the House of Representatives shall right of persons Jut work shall not be special taxing district. In Dade and .h.1 bs assumed and taken over by 12 and shall likewise provide for

neglects to pay his taxes on control In making such apportion denied or abridged on account of mem. Orange Counties Such ad valoremassessmsnts I respective Clerks of the Circuit the collection care custody reporting
shall be to review Court and for and Orange and disbursement of all taxee collected
In
ment. In the event the Legislature non-membership In .ubJet
time or to invest every cent he shall fall to reapportion the representation labor berohlp union or or labor organizatIon any: and equalization by County Board i Counties who alID.t' n eacb takeover bv the County Tax Collector.

can in War Bonds is surely giving In the Legislature as required by provided that this clause hall not be of Eualll..ol of each County whlcbin I the books. and accounts Filed In olfc Secretary D .
shall consist of the several of the Collector for each County and June 14.
and comfort to the tnls amendment before Its adjourn- construed to deny or abridge the right Cunt. I I
aid The votes cast
Commlasloners and one who thereafter shall be known and with said
mans (and such extraordinary ..Io of emploveee by and through a labor Cunt I cmpl.n"
enemy We have a Job to eo called for reapportionment shall not omnlzatlon or labor union bargain from and bv each termed as both the "Clerk or the Cir proposed : t:
t declarations '
and all called for M limited to expire at the end nf etlo eY with lIst"lr ..mllonr"rie municipality or town in each County cUl Court" and "Tax Collector" of thereof ::
do we are col
of than ,. County which be subjected the
twenty days at all until reap- in office State .mnl.t a population more pU. fo .m. .1.lon.
It, service to our country. Our tnrtlonmeat la o and shall eon.eadsr 1943 Scnt. 3 the last census: said Board Is provided b law .8 1
.fect. of otherwise be Section t OB and after the expiration the Stste FlorldsIN .
to servicetoo. than such
called .h.1
dollars are D b..ln.). Ob" Iuau..ton law from .. of the terms of the TESTIMONY WHKKXOF.
apportionment
Let us all ask ourselves nould this amendment be ratified A JOIN RESOLUTION Propoeln an to time In force pertaining to the BUlcltore: of Dade and Orange ': I have hereunto e .

'Shall be more tender with the General Election In 1B44 special to Section 24 of Article equalization of taxes, provided everymunicipality Florida fo wnl<*h they shall be hand and affixed .
we be called within ninety III of the Constitution of the State in each Countv navint e at the time this Article 'SEAL) Seal of the Slate of Florida.

.,. our dollars than with the lives I for the election of 8en- of Florida Relating e Uniform County population at 30 or le. mat ap. adopted the State Attorneys of Dadeand M Tallahassee the Capital

of our sons?" Secretary .C8t.r Thirty-ninth 139th) and Municipal Oo.emm.n.and the point an member who snail O.nl Ooutl.respectively, shallbe this the 3 d I Jthl3P.
.
I gAmleth (4oth t and Forty-first Mlstlenelistal ClniMlf'cetlon' of To. be or become a part of the Board nfEqunliiatmn Prosecuting Officers A. D. IH.
Morgenthau. such special BE IT RESOLVED BY TH fo the ouronee ol equalization of all the Criminal Oou of R .

., the 1=t1D1& the Thirty- LarVal 01 T STATe 01 FLORID: of I.. as r.pl anv orop- Da< and Orange Counties l"r erft .



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THE OKEECHOBEE NEWS FKIIUY!! AUGUST 11, 1944

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NOTirrOki'Mholiee NOTICE OF INTENTION TO SELL''
County, tlorMa. LANG I I
July 10 1044 NOTICE IS IIKHEBY GIVEN that '
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that IMirmnint' 'It Seitlnn 13 II), Chapter) I !
tiiiraiiant, to Section a of Chapter 2IIII5S, Law of Florida Act of 1UI1, Too Late to % ELECTRICAL WORK
i'. ),. laws of Florida. Arts ft 11117 and Section ((17. Chapter 14717. Law Classify I
known as the MURPHY ACT and In ot .Florida Act of 1IM1 ". amended isllZd
miriiianp* nf Chapter itnoiM. Laws nfFlnrlilH bv Section 11 (Impter 20II1H.( law ofFlurldii / : P. P. EVANSHOUSE
Act of 1IM1 known. the Arts nf 1IHI, and also par.snm I It 'IIY "If ETRA1008p 9 I
FMJIUlLAnrS DKAINAflE Dm. to Pi-illon 4J. Cb. J"'rIlH:07' : .'.'. By Russell : ,
TRICJ' ACT the following dp prll>pilluiiil Laws nt Florida: Act n* Kay
) ultunted In Everglndis Drainage nniended b) Heetlon\ lit, Chapter 220711 'I WIRING
Dlmrlit III Okeephohee ('..untv. Hor Laws nf l-'lnrlda Act nf 1841 and', P
Mil will he offered for sills nt public Pr, llou 41 clinptHr 2II7."J: Laws of I
outer for the hlghpnt end, best eahlilil .Flnildii\, ,lets of 11141 H" amended by I While li-Duy has com and Bono Hi's* of American business industry --y------ -
siihject In tin' Hunt of Die Trim Heitlon 21 Chaiiler 2207U' laws of I
Internal FundFv.rglndhs ; It echoes in the inuiuoi)' of every They proof of the abilityof
tifs of the liiiprinpnwn Florida I Arts of tllin the gave new
Hoard of Commissioners of .deierlhed 11111,1.I I III Okeecbnbce l'OIlIlIY,1 real An.trlcun, uud the following the
Drainage District to rejpit riurldn, to wit : newipnpers to Inform and One bets/. won does not win
lily end all Mils at the Coorthnnne, Pen. Twp, IIK, editorial entitledI'Ilen b-bay guide' and Inspire the people. Till
heitlniilng at 10IHI:( oejoik .V. M on the l.i.In' 11 & 12. Blk. IAS, A'I'i Lumu": released thou Bureau of a war W.'v. got toughs VA 10 CHECK ... R IAVr
to all by V-Day dramatic It ,
Jllh ilnv nf August UMt As ('It, of Okeechnhee comes as was times ahead t.vt,'
*
parcels of liinil. nf ton acres or more I.uls 1. 2, & 3.1\k. Advertming of Ihu Americana ewlIaper D Day wan but the beginning of r \- 1DAYST
title to one half of petroleum old II'rlllllt'a Jut Add
three fourth of other minerals will MIl I In Inveminent | I'ublUheM Ansuciution la so the great battle for freedom Many Buy Moret\ .
lie reserved hv Truti"i of the Inter Lou T II _.__u.o 22 37 33 I ical and vivid that 1 !
mil lnipro\enient Fund Easements for I led 7 lilt 40 South I am gratefulto more days of struggle' sacrifice and < vtl<* JJ. !ss?" tab OO6

rand right of wav 2 be rewrved hv snlil Trustees from lot II & 10 Hlk 0. I 'II
any parcel through which tin're Is an Smith Okeefhobee. I \\ liE.; U-1MY CAME" then the people will be looking to Liquid for Malarial Sy.aptonsFaM'4mt.wo.lw.u3

existing, state road ; and easement for Lit II Except: S HI ft.III I To nation made .. .
an expectant ---- -
unXious --
drainage and reelnniatlon rind for U. Smith, Ok..- newspapers for rroBt of their Information -- -----

rand ,purpose) will he reserved end lobee .___........ L> long months of waiting, will! la relying on advertisements ,,, ,, 4JtlItfRJOr; ) .
of all oil, anilmlneriil " ? a
fifty ,percent (fr I'O gas l.i"t 4, Dill. IV South
I I rights will he reer\ed hy the okevchiibee U Day came June (1th. People In as well as the news j:

'Hoard of Commissioners of Everglades Lot 3Ilk 01. City of walk of life In '
DiKlnngn Dlotrlct okeeibubeeKh every eury city, and editorial columns for Instructions

Inscription ..... Twp. R.". A. of Lot 12. Blk. 0. town and hamlet held their breath advice and Inspiration.
Lot 4, Hlk. 1).. Southern IIl1l1rAdllltlon( \
Pines S/D Lot 9. Hlk, 1, Llledg bowed their heads In solemn Newspapers helping to speed V- I
Lot S, Itlk D. Honthiru Okeccbohee) Park "When I
11 lira VDSPV S/D!! thought. lifted their hearts In Day are proud of the part they pinyin

of HWi/4 and !lot u, Hlk 20 City hopeful player for the success of the war effort
NW'V4 of lIEu!, Fi. "f okccchnbee l
mId Elf of EH of E'4it .N\\i of NE the gnat invasion and the safetyof -- -v-- I

Mof SEH _n_ 24 37 M 70 ft __ -....___.______. 8 3383.. loved ones engaged In the mighty County Commissioners !!
Ely nut lay:> of \\I... 21: 37 34 410 lot II __"__M""". 1 34 SI:
Lot t. 2. & S BlkII ::0\\\\ nf SE'. except struggle Never in the history of (Continued from Page One) n t

;. Him M/U of NW I Kit. ll/W ______.___ 23 37 33 37 Humming
', of SRIf Sri': 11 37 33 NHV of J.EU of NWSll the country has there been a day Bird Press, printing Grow

lot 1 & 2, Illk. B. i ______ _.__u__ 21:I !I7 :ill I 10 like it. It was a day of prayer marks & brands books 18.00
U'right lId Addll- j i t+ -----------..--_ 7 33 33 feIi
lion ''LII'o 142. Illk 240 u day of hope and anxiety-a day Withholding tax fund, tax

Lot a. Hlk Addition B? \\ rlglilsJinl !'Lot('Ity 0. of Blk Okoechobee 240 City of hushed voices and serious faues withheld for July . 10,00Walton

Lot 5 & fl.Ilk.. Brlijlit of Okeechobee Offices stopped work while employees Hubbard, Lantaff, At ktH
\\' 2nd Addition I.otl 10 11. 4. l.. Blk. I
.'40 City of Okeo- prayed silently. Stores kins and (Curion plaintiff'scosts
.\II Hint part of Wk ihnbeei & 160.93 :
closed their doors to give workers Int. on damages Up"h
7. Greet lakes S/D i Luis 1 to A, Inc Blk.
M of TEC It)'. and I 2. Powll1'urt lID of I and customers more time for player, The Okeechoboo News, print. ]
R of land conve>'. of _.____.._...80 37 30
ed! to Fred T. led I 3. Hlk 243 Cityof I I I block exchanges suspended tradingto I nit and advertising .10885

Illckemon a* follows Okt'Qchobee God. Even in Fine & Forfeiture Fund w
: beg nt SW Lots 4, 7 it P. III k. 4, supplicute war lit
...r. Lot 17. Blk 1.I.reot Itnllrotid Addition busy shipyard, productions, clangor 'T. W Conely I Jr, docket j jfeet
Lake S/D M'111 li" offered' for sale at public
on N line of Con. outcry for the highest and bent rash was stilled lor a moment while July. 4,00 Wants To Be
tier Illghwav run. Did iilli.luct to the rlitlit of the Bonrilnf workmen bowed reverently. Churches' Roy R. Raulerson, cost bills Every Boy Strong---
:SF.rly along dlvIxlon Cnmnilialonera of i\orirliidiii IIrnl,,.
line of lots ina. age l>'atrltt, aid/or llouril nf i'-iinlv mid synagogues everywhere (were) Co. Ct., June 11T25
.. 17 to NW cot, Ciihiiiitbhloi of Okuei.hobee ':\ lint:, +
of lent 17 thence Florin: 'in if-"-.! any and all 1.1,11. ot crowded. Schools and colleges L L. Conrad, COAt bills i ; And Successful

NErlv along same the Coili-tliiiiine. beginning at 1000 topped classes to beseech divine sheriff July 137.51
rouse to Its Inter. ""'link,, A, M!. un the 21th day of Aug. '
section" with HHdrv / lint 11)44 Eimement for drainage soliru'inmustios "blessing on "the free men of the Hood & Bridge Fund 1

of FtC Rv.Nience nnd rnud I'lIrlu'.a| will helivened vic- Pay roll, Dist No.1. labor 10125 tt
world matching together to -
III Perlyalong Fifty pvuent ,I50'/r: of all

mill, fly R/Bdry.line of to nil lie rc-ierved gee and, mineral rlgbtilll also Wry." i'eople flocked In vast Pay roll Dist No. 4, labor. 1300 Teach your boy to understand the valueof

Canal No. 7, thence BOVHD OP ('OM\ilSS1ONEll'n ihiuiiKs to woiship in public squares. Or\al Hunter, road work, I '

N/wlv I along, said i\EIKLALDS! DKAl.NAOi Dist. No, 5 20,00 the of ;
importance
W Hdry of Canal DlSJUItrand They even prayed 11the streets, money : regular save

to N line of Con and In Everett Lawrence, road work,

linn thence Illfh along way N: BOA MisMoNiits' :It(U OF OF COINTY: oiianu COM. singly Ita.. a.day groups ot confidence and Diet ko. 8, . . . 2000 ing ; and that the War Bonds and Stampsthe y

line Illghwav of to Conner POHIngcthcr HLK lly l'tL'Xn'j IlAl'LEilSO.N.I'l.OHIDA.: I I _xntisfnction too as people learned: Pay roll, tractor & grader family buys now are security for his

with all Clerk of the Circuit. Court of ul the initial successes on the beach' road work, Dmt No. 3 & 4 195,BO
lands U'In between Okeechobee
?
enid'tract. u* ageut for County odd Board Florida. I heads. New; at last, the great lib- Gilbert Culbreth, gas & oil, f post-war education and development y,
nnd 17' water toril
Dllt. No. 4 10.10
of lake ', > &a; I REFUNDS ON: INCOME: TAXRETURNS eraloa wax under wahistles

Illork 7. Consollils-.' ,' BEING MADE ASPIDLY I "blew, sirens, screamed, church bellepealed Bennle's Shop & Supply, e' Buy his War Loan Bond here-Today !
ted Land Co B/D
of part ...._....... 31 &. 38 36 ISO R.\ AS S POSSIBLE :I from coast to coast. Once repairs Dist. No. 4 . 0.25 ,
Beg at Pt on Con. I lioree Lumber Co.
,
tiers Highway at uKain, the long silent Liberty Bell ux

SW Cor, of Lot I.JIIk. I I rang out in Philadelphia. And the lumber, Diet No. 4 15680
7, Great Declaring that every effort ii being materials
Scharfschwerdt Bros
Lakes SIt for Statue of Liberty, blacked out since ?
PUB : run Nerlv innilo to expedite refunds on Dist. No. 4 010 i Okeecliobse
along N Bdry of 1943 Income tax returns, John L. I Pearl Harbor, shone out once more! County
Lot 1 to NW Cor. over the waters of New York Bay! 0. K. Garage, repairs,
Lit 1 ; thence along Fuha, Collector of Internal I II .
Revenue'l I Di ts No. 4 and 5 . 32.10
hour of flood-lit glory
Course
same .n a quarter
Nerlv to Pt. Inter aid refund checks are I Withholding Tax Fund tax a
.eitlng 8 Bdry to taxpayers of the district of FlorIda -j' It was a day of news that commanded I ,
for 220Agricultural
of F E C Kyi withheld July
concentration of attention
: a
thence Herlv along at the rate of 2,000 per week! FundC. \ Bank
FtO Hy. 1WW ft. that probably has never been equal- ,
"To every taxpayer of this district A. sal
to Pt. In of Nerlyextension lines ed. Everywhere people turned toj: Fulford I

between Lots 16 & who Is entitled to a refund on their for the latest Co Agent, July . . '$ 98.30
17 Blk 7' thence his 1943 return, I would like to I newspapers Underhill Phone 15
I J. S. recording fees 30.00
Hwly paralleling W | news from the front, avidly da'I
Collector Fahs stated,
line dividing ray "your Withholding Tax Fund tax
Bdry
for detailed
I'I voured
lots B } k.14 7 &: theme 17 of refund Is being processed as rap reports,newspaper pictures,pages maps, military withheld for July . 1.70 Deposits Insured through Federal Deposit ;i

Swlv slung' line Idly as possible. I cannot tell you 1910 General Refunding Fund

dividing lots 16 & exactly when your refund will come analysis and editorial Interpretationsthat j; Insurance Corporation Iii'
:Manufacturers Trust Co.
tB of ,
17 to Cor. '
brought the whole mighty undertaking
Lot 1(1. InterceptIng through because it might be today i
3085
Conneri High. to life and gave it mean services as raying agent jj OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS : !
way: theme along and it might not be for a few Lint of errors Insolvencies and

Mlilrv to Comerslllghway months But I can promise you that ing. | double assessments presented by it j C, H. McNULTY, President N. RAY CARROLL Vies-Pnsident
to POH:
Radio broadcasts seemed merelyto
together with alJ you will be paid Interest at the rate Besile Aldermen tax collector for ii E. G. KILPATRICK, Cashier
lauds lying and sharpen people's appetite for the > 1\
being between laid of six per cent per year for every Information In their I revenue for the year 1943, was ap' j> E M. Meservs J. M. Roe, 8r. J, 0, Pearce Allen MarkkaMf i
trait and 17' orwal..r more complete I II
month refund is delayed after
your proved and ordered filed In the office
level of lake They wanted all the
Consolidated Land. :March 15.Throughout. I I newspapers. of the clerk of the circuit court
Cos HID of part news they could get. They milled p.Y.llIrnJMj.Tf JJUt1 .IUl1jJt11 tGR1i JIll P,81F 3f 1I'.II'If.' ,tt3t Joe J.l.lljJ 1/4+L81LM
uf Blk. 7 ...__... 371 38 30 189 the country we have
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011MlSSIONEiSof about 18,000,000 refunds to make. around news stands, eagerly grab -- -
DiURD OP (' each edition thiouged into -
bing new
\Hr.J.An.I: DRAIN.AliE In each case, the return must be |
DISTRICT newspaper offices to get copies
withholding
compared with employers'
TIUNlbUS OF THE INTERN I
.M IMI'HiHFMbNT FOND earlier still and they kept the papers '
tax receipts and other docu
OK THE STAID OF FLOItD. : they bought for later and moral SAYS.'j f fi
.\. ments. In many cases, returns con JUDGE
By ROY II, ItAULERSON.: Agent careful reading. There was so THE OLD
for Tnmteit of the Internal 1m. taro errors that must be corrected. ,
much to read, so much to learn, so
provement Fund and for Boardnf ( "This Involves a tremendous a-
Commissioners of Everglades much to ponder '; :1
be done ; 1 1o
Drainage District Okeechobee mount of work that must
Countj., Florida. The dependence of the people on > :;.. :
with a comparatively small staff, 1i..1
I their newspapers has probably never E1:
due to wartime manpower shortages ::\ :
ISOTItE been dramatically demonstrated.Never :: '
:
\VI1KHKA. It has liecnme necessary Obviously the entire 18,000,000 refunds so ..t ..._. .j
to liuredHR the School Budget for the be the has the newspaper's Indispen- J J..::IL ,
completed at I
our 1UH.4two: and one.half mllla cannot :'
In excel of Hint levied for the year1U4.I44 same time, and some taxpayers I ability, as a source of full Information ,--.fc.1_ _Il\\
: and that the revenue to heI..rh"'d been apparent.
, from ad valorem teats for must wait another few months I more I
the yiar 11)44.4): will be In excel nf This was a day for which every
"However million checks are ,
a
that for the year 1041.44: notice U
hen'by given that a public meeting being distributed every three weeks newspaper, every news gathering
of all persons interested will be hclil organization serving new.papen,1
In the office of the County Superln- and so you can see that, In your
teiiilent III the County Court lIoua" refund I 1' had long been prepared. For months
In the city of Okee<'hoheo, Fonda. on case, you may get your whatI
the 21th day of August 1IM4, at the fairly soon"Collector i I they had laid plans, known
hour nf ten A. M. I they would do the second the flash
'1'lit* proposed IIH'reaae In the budget" Fahs suggested that the
herein Met out Mill be fully explained, letters I came For weeks they had been I II II
refrain from
and( the neeemlty for the aame. All taxpayers writing :I their own invasion ) i M lye tidilrrFr ri,
concentrating /
1'r."II.111 be given an opportunity to Inquire about their refunds,!
to Iniiulro Into any and nil liinttem I personnel who were to ride the : i
"' "..rnlllil thu proponed, Increase or.1t1,1 because, In fairness to all taxpayers I
. budget. landing craft to Normandy and at]
the checks are being written
II II. HANCOCK.
their mechanical
County SuutirlntttiiilontTnlliihamee In the order In which they are mechanically home kept news
-- --- circulation staffs on the alert
NOTICE processed, and It U impossible and I

Flu,, to determine the status of for D-Day. II
Aug 3, l'.M4 I' alone made D-Cay I
NOTICE IH hereby given that the I any Individual case without disrupting -! One thing
State Board of Education, State of unique In recent newspaper history. I
.Florida offer for sale to be sold to and stowing up the whole tii
the highest bidder, In Talliihamee, I I procedure. I', There had been world shaking news t
tlorldnl' at UHI:( o'clock NOON September the end of World War I.llitl'r' -+.
Uth, IIH I. the following land However If a taxpayer has chang | before, ,
III OKEE'iiOBEE'COCNTYI I assault on Poland. the fall
Well Hulf of Section 16. Town. ed his address since he filed his

slip .:34 South, Itange 35 East, 321 'return, h, should advise the collector I I of France, Pearl Harbor, But never if'A_
HPr.l.1'bl. that registered Y
Notice ll published In compliance of both his old and new addresses. was there a news story
with Section 2&I.U: suit 25J.1,1: such Impact on the advertising
Florida Statute 1941 .
The State Hoard of Education reserves V [ columns as well

the right to reject any and all did put wife realize that large of the alcohol
101,10. Never before newspapers "Good morning,Doc.Your good tells ma people part

m ORDER of the State Board ot I i such restrictions on advertising In I you're working night and day now that no required to make the medical supplies that

Education;SFKSSAKD Slate of Florida.L. HOLLAND. BACK UP r order to give editors free reign to many of the younger doctors are in the armyare" being used right this minute to alleviate

Governor I tell a great story as fully as possible ..That'night. Judge, and I'm glad I'm still pain, combat infection and save human

ATTEST COl'.I.N': ENOIISII. Secretary J YOUR BOY I to as many people as possible. able to do it. Had a long letter from larry... lives, is produced by the beverage distilling

Plate I Board, of Education Some newspapers omitted all\ advertising that bright young fellow I was breakin' in to industry. For nearly two years this entire
__ _
.1 Buy an Additional others sharply cut their take over my practice. He said the boys in industry bas been working night and day

Bond Today I with the willing assent of the service are getting the best medical care producing nothing but alcohol for the

pace who felt a share of the of any armed force in our history. They government's program."
FDR advertisers
4.aip: .; --V- I It responsibility In serving thepeople' really should with all those brilliant doctors. "Nobody knows better than I, Judge,
editor's
Curtail spending. d lky and plenty of supplies to work with. what an important contribution to our war.

Put Tour isringi ra, Back the attack by upping accurately news.Ada mirrored the "Speaking of supplies Doe not many effort that has been.

your payroll ,rings
your
into war bonds every very next payday Measure thoughts and actions of the people

payday. your laving by your new themselves, they were a tribute to flit. ....,........, .,....,04.,c..ct-- .,/1..1101. .....,. ,--.. ,...

higher Income. the patriotism and public spirited- -- 11. ._ .




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