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Volume 30-Number 11 Okeechobee Florida
-.- Friday, September 1, 1944 Price Five Cents
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News of Our J DORENV SHOP OPENED FOR Prof. Williams MACK UNDERIIILL LEASES -
Boys BUSINESS IN: SOUTHLAND I'OSTOrFICK 11"/([' tOlt Many New Improvements Are Being
HOTEL BLDG. S.UIKDAY' TilE UNITED STATES ARMS
In Various Camps Gives List Of I !Mack Underhill-who nan been Made to Improve Travel by Bus HereAfter
At Home & Abroad The Dorena Press Shop openedfor The I employed In the Okeechobee post
business In the room next to office for the past several years War Is Over and Peace Returns
the :McC'ranie Drug Store In the left Monday for the army training I
Mr and :Mri. K. E. Hood receiveda Southland Hotel Building last Saturday camp at Camp Blending. A postcard G- :;
Principal Williams the LAKELAND -1 I
I letter this week from their ion, morning.Iill: Irena Williams announces I was received from him yesterday TANKHIKERS Revolutionary design end mechanical
orporal Clarence F. Hood who fain following faculty for the elementaryand in which he said he was In TO HAVE HOLIDAY features that will bring new
and Miss Doris Gardner are high school of Okeechobee. Georgia and headed for i luxury and comfort to highway
I Italy in which he says he li a training I I
getting along fine. Their other ion, the proprietors of the new store. Elementary School camp somewhere In that state. Lakeland Aug. 29. The Food travel were disclosed as the Greyhound *
K. E. Hood, Jr., has been confined I They will carry a complete line :Mrs Enola Ellledge, Mrs Margaret Mack had been In that position so Machinery Corporation's tank plant:I Bus Lines let contracts for
to the army hospital In North Car. of ladies' and girls' wearing ap Williams, Mrs Alma Burr, long that he had become a fixture here will be closed for a six day 1'the construction of experimental
olina for the past two weeks. i parel. They Invite you to call and :Mrs. Edith Howell, !Miss Marjorie there and he will again have the period beginning August 30th In ,'models of the pdstwbr Compart,,
i look over their stock of merchandise Coker, Mrs Cola Robison, Mrs Fleta job back after he Is released from order to permit the taking of an. ment Super Coach.
Murphy, Miss Frances Sheffield, the army after the war is over.Enforcement annual inventory, H. L. Austin, !I Although the program Is depend
Mrs W. H. Russell has received V :Mrs. Paul Wongrey, Mrs. D. 0. Alderman --- -Y-- --- vice president and general i ent on wartime priorities, 0. S.
word that her ion, Sgt. Julian Mor hire Harry Hutto, Mrs. }f'I announced today.Suspension manager I j Caesar, Greyhound vice-president
risen Is confined to the army hospital I Local People To Dora Humphrey. Of of production opera I who announced the plans Is hopei .
In France Ha does not I
say High School
tion for the i! ful that the new busses will be comI
i-umed iu-t what that is he wrong has been but wounded It is pre In Sell Fort Pierce I Science Mrs. ;Lucy:Mr Carl E. Link T. ,Durrance Junior Social Sen Game Laws Gets I will Ing taken give a month Inventory earlier, which this Is year be',,'I year.pleted for road tests early next
the fighting In that country. ill Concert Tickets I II ior Social, Science; Mrs. Ruby Han- of HuntersTallahassee I that will employees extend a through holiday Labor'period -:,' From a mechanical standpoint,
cock, Junior High English ; Miss'' Help : Day September 4th. The plant I.i Is two different types of busses will
Word has been received here InMr. .
I Eva L. Johnson Senior High Eng i i manufacturing be built. The Consolidated Vultree
and :Mrs. Elmer Bass that thei'r.on --- amphibian tanks for
linh and Spanish; :Mrs Mary Louise the !Marine Aircraft Corporation will manufacture .
Cecil, has recently been pro On another page of the Okeecho Aug. 30. Enforcement i Corps, known as Alii
Aho, Junior High :Mahematlcp; gators.jHunSsWhy. models with air-cooled engines
moted to the rank of corporal Corp bee News will be found the advertisement Mr. 0. of hunting and fishing regu-1! I| I I I
M. Kent Senior High Mathematics and many outstanding wartime developments
Bass Is with the army somewhere an d thdeatssyeRhpla lationn in Florida was on a more I
; :Miss Audre King Home'' of airplane
In the Pacific. tlsement and the dates of the Fort efficient basis during the fiscal |! construct
Economics; Mrs Mattle Lee Mc' ion. This will mark the first effort .
Pierce Concert Series which begins year 1943-44 than ever before according
Cranle Librarian ; :Mrs. Mary Ral- ( to adapt the air-cooled aviation
:Mr. and :Mrs. H. T. Rats receiveda in that city on December 4th with to a statement released by I
telegram from the War Depart the Don COM.ackIale: Chorus and ford Buss, Commercial Subjects; I. N. Kennedy Director of the Game I Some Old People engine to highway transportation.
Harold L. Terzenbnch Agriculture I I The other experimental busses, to
bunt last Saturday morning an closes in April, giving four con- and Fresh Water Fish Commission.
pouncing that their son, LieutenantII. certs. The people of Okeechobeewho ; Miss Reno Burt, Music Figures revealed by Kennedy were I Get More be built by General Motors, will be
We still short teacher of
are a Money dlesel-powered .
and will follow methods
T. Bass Jr. had been woundedin expect to attend are urged tc for the fiscal year ending June 30,
Science, but have such
hope to a of
France. He was wounded In the buy their season tickets on or be and disclosed a total of 610 arrests perfectedby
teacher by the opening of school
fighting In that country on August fore September 10. There will be during that time. In 31 counties Recipients of old'age assistance that organization.
tenth but did not give any further no tickets sold for the individual next week a conviction resulted from every who get $40 per month, the largest Both types, which were styled by
--- ---- Raymond Loewy noted Industrial
details. performances case made I|i amount allowed by law, do not always -
Those In Okeechobee who expectto :MRS.! LIZER ALICE ARNOLD Five hundred and eighteen! persons, have their need as fully met designer, In collaboration with,
Mrs. Emmanuel Hazehef receiveda attend these concerts are askedto LONG TIME: RESIDENT: OF were convicted for various game, ; as do others who receive less Greyhound engineers and technical
letter this week from her brother call at Denmark FurnUure Com- TillS COUNT DIED AUG. 25 and fish law violations, while 46 This point was brought out today experts representing the manufacturers I
Sirt. :Merrill P. lIarI). In which he pany, Okeechobee County Bank, Mrs. were acquitted and a like numberof by E. H. Hunt, member of the District I will be similar In exterior
Saturday at Bassinger Violator of the law requiring I Ing on the recent announcement of
In India and In his letter he season tickets.Weekly. cemetery for Mrs Lizer Alice Arnold I possession of fishing licenses led the' State Welfare Commissioner LelandW. I new busses will have a seating .
sent her a piece of Indian money --v--- -' i who died Friday afternoon at ,I field with 172. Possession of undersized Hiatt that the number of persons capacity of more than 60 passengers
4 p. m. after a long Illness. She I I fish caused 91 persons to be I receiving the $40 monthly pay- ai compared with 41 In the
Word has been received here from I DigestOf wa ninety-three years old and had hailed Into court while 44 persons) ment had increased from 172 slight- cruiser type Super Coach the most
Servant Robert Ming who Is lived In Okeechobee County many I modern busses of the present Greyhound .
were arrested for hunting without ly than
a year to 6,031
Ing wit" 'the ttmffla!. ..Franc Rationing i i fffrl- '* 4. *,*. children- "llc"/;"'*.,'.. im.-.f/._.. -.....*!--.I.. I 2.t. l'gUt'i Jk<; .(ago-pe M '... ,as. prftvttlea fleet.fo.*wM The Improved* design '
which he says he Is getting fight'j She II' lunlved by six "Other arrests ";' made' throughout "The State Welfare Board and the ""r
state during the
News From OPARation year were as District Welfare Boards," Mr. Hunt
first invasion forces and In V. S. Arnold, Sandlin Carter, follows: taking black bass In closedseason \ said! "are alike very much plea.edthat space between seats to allow greater
ter he says he Is "still not hit. John Carter and Albert Carter and 371 use of traps, nets or additional relaxation and freedom of movement
have made It
v--- --- I Mrs Francis Williams\ and Mrs. seines In fresh water, 301 taking by passengers. The I IncreaseIn
CONCERT CROUP ISOKIiAMZED Calendar for week of :Mary Yates, besides fifty'six grandchildren game during closed season 29; gigging possible to pay the maximum amount ) the number of passengers car'
: HtlCH August 28'processed: allowed by the federal Social Security tied, together with
I and seventy-six fish 17; taking doe deer 9: I more ,
Foods: Blue A8 throughF5 law and the State Welfare Act will be
I children. and three great great night hunting with light, 8; exceed- gained by adding only
(Ft. Pierce News-Tribune) I ( Book 4) now valid at 10 points I Jlrandchlldren.I Ing the bag limit with fish 8; and I to a much larger number of persons. slightly to the height, but not enlarging
Organization of the Fort Pierce each for use with tokens. Good Funeral services were conductedby dynamiting fish 6. I' However, they would be greatly distressed the width or length of the
Concert association which will \ i indefinitely. G5, H5, J3. K5 and I Rev. M. M. Martin of the Breth Doctor Kennedy declared the fig- It those who receive smaller bus, In comparison with present
have al Its objective the 1 1of L5. each worth 10 points will become men Church. ures disclose encouraging! evidenceof monthly payments should feel that Greyhound coaches
high clans musical sponsortn"\\ valid Indefinitely on September 1. V----- public officials and sportsmen I they were not being treated fairly, The Increase In passenger'carryIng
the community, wa Meats and Fate Red A8 throughD5 HVN LIU hi) O.NAMMUNITION cooperating In efforts to command] because of their failure to understand ability Is achieved by placingthe
well attended meeting held at the ( Book 4) now valid at 10 points : : respect for conservation laws, explaining that public assistance is not seats Into three compartmentsand
Woman' Club Friday night. each for use with tokens. Good Indefinitely FOR HDMMWashington I I that the assistance of both a pension but Is based on need." this novel arrangement actually
officers were elected as follows E5, nand G5 will become Is required In order to obtain so Illustrating the point, Mr. Hunt gives. 30 per cent more floor space
:Mrs valid at 10 points each on Sep ban cited the case of man whom he Of
President Earl KeU; secretary Aug. 20.-The on many arrests, and subsequent con. a the three compartments, one will
Elsie Dixon} treasurer, Edwin ('01' tember 3. sale of ammunition to hunters wa vlctionS.I i Identified only as Mr. X. seat 17, another 21 and the third
nn ; vice presidents, Mrs. Grace SugarSugar: stamps No. 30 31 lifted today by the War Production V II "Mr. X", he said "is bedridden, 13. All seats will be placed so as
Holloway arrangement. Mrs Dor and 32 (Book 4) now good for five board, opening the way for the nim-l I I M.NANCIVL: AID FROM: Is' In need of medical attention and! to give passengers greater visibility
nth>' Blending entertainment; :Mrs. I| |pounds each Indefinitely. Stamp No- rods' first real season since the war' STATE SOUGHT FOR CITIES constant nursing care, Is without since scenery Is a major attraction
Florence Horton, membership; E. P. i| :33 becomes valid September 1. began "OF FLORID IN: DISTRESS Income of any kind and has no relatives of highway travel.
i ollins, finance; additional directors I| Canning Sugar: Stamp No. 40 At the same time, WPB also boosted who can contribute to his Regardless of dxtnme. weather
Mrs. Sallle Halbe Mrs. W. E'I i( ,good for five pounds canning sugar quotas of ammunition for farmers Orlando Aug. 28.-Earl C. Leedy support' Although the district conditions In either summer of
Tylander, :Miss Gwendoline Jones,,'' ,until February 28 1045. Apply to and ranchers to use against! Orange County Representative and board allowed him $40 per month, winter, passengers will bo assured
0. L. Peacock, Mrs. Elsie Dunn Mrs.i,i I local boards for supplemental rations. predatory animals I Chairman of the Legislative Committee which Is. as far as it can go, It had a maximum of comfort as a resultof
Angus Sumner, M. F. McMsnus. i( i Ammunition production this year' which agreed at a conference not met his need. By way of con. perfected air conditioning that '
Plan. for the proposed program I Shoes: Airplane stamps No.1 Is expected to be about 62 percentof last month that the State trait' It allowed Mr. J, who had Includes the most modern methodsof
II ,re discussed at some length and I i and 2 (Book 3) valid Indefinitely.Fuel pre-war output, WPB said. Chair should, share some of Its unprecedented other resources, but $10 per month temperature and humidity con
it was brought out that available: Oil Period 4 and 6 coupons I man Robertson (D., Va.) of the $29,000,000 surplus with and met his full need on the basis trol. Riding east and "roadability"will
grams Include Don Cossack's i now valid for current season until' house conservation committee, estimated municipalities, held a meeting In, of| the formula used to Insure the be gained by an entirely new
horus and one or more of the fol.i September 30. Period 1 coupons for that between 450,000,000 and Jacksonville this week to confer fair distribution of public assist method in shock absorption that Is
lowing Conrad Thlebauld, an instrumental next year now valid. (Alabama, 600,000,000 shotgun shells will be with a sub-committee of the FlorIda ance funds" brought about' by a complete departure
ensemble, a piano vlr- Tennessee and Mississippi not af offered for sale and said an "ade- League of Municipalities seeking -V- from conventional methodsof
tuoso. fected.) quate" supply of rifle cartridges >tVf! Ht.All.NU. LAWS weight distribution and suspen
state financial aid In the struggle
There was a discussion at to Gasoline A-ll coupons now valid 1 will be available. of municipalities, under a $200- IN: EFFECT, TillS EAt, don. A central doorway and a spacious
ticket prices, but action was defer in Georgia Florida, the Carolinas Until Dec. 31, farmers and ranchers 000,000 state wide debt load. j! Interior areaway leading to
red until another meeting. A and Virginia through November 8, and hunters will have the following ]- Sain D. Fltzslmmons, mayor of Some slight changes affecting the three compartments will add to ,
of officers and directors'WII A'12 coupons now valid In Tenne quarterly quota: 150 roundel passengers' convenience when boardIng .
Fort Myers and chairman of the hunting this area were noted In j
sane Mississippi and Alabama] ex- of .22 caliber rim.fire cartridges 40 i' or alighting from the bus,
set for 2 p. m. today (Sunday), League Committee, said "If we can, the new hunting laws received this
plre September 21; renewals being rounds of center-fire rifle ammuni I One of the compartments, which
to be held at the KeU home at 735 world out some solution, we shall week by County Judge Conely.
Delaware avenue, at which plans I! made now.Ration tlon (or 50 rounds If customarily circumvent the probability and po".1!JI Deer hunting will be permittedfrom Includes toilet facilities, has that|}
will be made for an immediate'; rules now require that every packaged 60 to a box), and 1001 I sibility\ of another serious and die November 20 to January 15 possibilities of being used for
solicitation of and' car owner write his license shotgun shells of any gauge. I I sleeper tccomodatons, or as a buffet
memberships In Glades
antrous season of municipal distress except and a few other
definite steps will be taken to arrange number and state on all gasoline The previous quarterly quota for and Insolvencies In 'the earlyfuture 'Florida counties and smoking lounge It may also
for well balanced concert coupons In his possession as soon farn-ers and ranchers was lob t> Duck be utilized for the storage of light
a yeara of the postwar dif hunting will be permitted
at they are Issued him by his rationIng rounds of .22 rlm-fire cartridges '[ !! express shipments and baggage, although -
for the winter from
program coming sen- 'i faculty, It la hoped that the meetI I November 20 to January 20J';
board. 40 round of center-fire ammunition' passengers' luggage will be
-on. Ings now>> being held will result In every day, a much longer .e.lonl,
carried In lockers la the body walls
and 25 shotgun shells I
V recommended ]legislation that will 'than heretofore. Doves may be
Effective dates of new f. o. b. -V- I II ) For more than a year, a wooden
Harry Paul Grcenberger, who Is I be helpful to cities In solving theirdebt 'hunted during this same period.
employed In the Weather Bureau ceiling prices on the 1941 crop of :Mayor and Mrs H. II. Raulenon problems. The season for marsh hens Is I "mock-up" of the bus body has been .
Tower at Riddle-McKay Air Col sweet potatoes have been advvancedten and family WIt( return to their V from September 15 to November 20, under constant study and subjectedto
lego Cewl] days( and on raw horse'radish home here today after spending several | exhaustive tests by Greyhound
at >>ton sp'ent Tuesday and Dr. and Mrs T T. Coleman wen hunting every day I t
roots from July 17 to September 15. days of this week at Bradenton'Beach. the englneeri and specialists In all phases
Wednesday in Okeechobee with hit visitors spending Sunday In Sarasota For quail, turkey, etc., season,
p.rent.1r.: and Mr. Leo Green The changes In effective dates of whre they visited Dr. MeyetGoldner lasts from November 20 to Febru-' of passenger accommodations
the two farm products made Numerous changes and Improvements .
15, hunting day. I
horger. i who Is spending a two, ary every
OPA said, to prevent hardships on :Mrs B. A. Beville and little I weeks vacation at that place It Is expected that there will be were made In the seating arrangement
Three botanical agencies for the shippers and, In the case of the daughter Ann of Wildwood arrivedIn a break for hunters this season In the dimensions of seats,
sweet to buyersIn !Miss Francis Houchard who has the lighting and Interior appointments
development of sugar cane in the potatoes prevent Okeechobee Yesterday and art the release of more small arms
Everglades are now operating The terminal markets from changing spending several days here with her'i been connected with the Farm See ammunition and during the past during this long period of ex
Federal Government, The University prices ten days in advance of the mother, Mrs. Bryant Bowden. j Purity Administration office here, } couple of seasons of seriously restricted perimentation. As a result, the
of Florida Experimental Station and intended dates for f. o. b. price left Wednesday for .lay home In 1 hunting the amount of,,1 new busses will offer higher stand-
the Agricultural Research Laboratory changes !Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Jennlnlf.1 Clearwater where she will make game Is said to have multipliedrapidly. arch for passenger comfort .than
V-- her home.' The office of Farm Se' have ever before been obtained In
of the U. S. Sugar Corpora- have returned to their home hereafter I '
S tlon! all striving to Improve> cane --.. War Bonds spending several weeks It curit !'Admlnlatraklon here has been VSubscribe highway transportation. '
production and quality. Miami and West Palm Beach. closed(at least for the present. for The News' (Continued on pace t) a
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OKEECUOBEB NIW9 FRIDAY SEPTEMBER I, 1911Dliccchaltcr !
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I \ortrel: of INTENTION TO
( "KM: .I, LAIR
( INefos I
Farmer Should '- Mil'UK IH /II'lnlIl1'EX that From where I sit..bJl Joe Marsh
Why a l.nsun'it In Martian 11 (II I), Chapter ,
I limns. 'lu" .if Hnrldil' Acts nf 1U41
Publlshed and War Bonds III ., ,J Se... II HI 7.: (Chapter 11717 Laws, -
Every md&y byhe Buy Keep in f Klurlli'I Ail,* if 1IH1 us ameniloilii
Ok *chobp a News Co., at Okeechobee i' I Set.Him 11. hnptPT? :BOOM Laws of |
Ok'eohobe County Florida by G. II. Aull I.'India, Ail' nf KM. and pip 1"1"I I Recipe for a .
j jBRTANT .A i nt In Miwilnii I. Chanter
- I Head, DC fit. of A I grlciJtural Economics I '\1M i,f lorliln I VMS nf 1W1 220711.1
BOWDEN ...... .... in i nili'il I bsettInn I1) (f'linifiT Perfect MarriageDee
Editor I and Kurd Sociology R, i .H nf llnililii, Ails nf 11)13. and 1
----. -- -.------. I'I.I,1,," II ('hn pier 'J07J2. l.nws nfI
I Clemson College, S. C, ,
I'bn I .MiltN. ni 11)11 ns amt-nileil hllni \'
Filtered< es second class matter I 5 ,, 'I 1 Chnpli-r 22(i7lt. l.nws at
Titlv 1. 1914. at the Post Office! tn I 1 ,liirldii. Arts i>f '1'! I3. the following and Jane Cuppers cele happy marriage. Two folks with
Okefctiooe, Florldn tinder the Hi-sirlbed PI rhln. lande.111, OkrM'huliee Comity. bratecT their Golden Wedding different tastes-no doubt an I
Act of March S. 1879) I CAR:tIERS In my section of the not which they buy and i.tsh la. tn.wlt : Anniversary last Saturday. honest fault or two-who
l country do not need to be told There are certain lea] obvious | I L'is I In 12.liii'? Salk MO City offlkrrrhabue. Having so many friends it through the years have learnedto
RII ;n" notices! In-Drat column.1 why they should buy War Bonds.. but equally valid reasons: why :, I ..I| II. Iill,. 171. Cltof Okcecho- seemed like half the town live in tolerance and under.
Many of them have sons or brothers farmers should stin-e to keep the her stopped In that evening to standing.
to Conte n Unc RMa' for I'Il.,1A"< I in one or the other branches Bonds they buy until the date of r I I.'ils 'I 'iiinl( 2. Salk Est: City .of their
"ertl.IM htrnlshM on IInnl1l'lI- of the service and they have a their maturity. For example, I, Okm'linbee. respects From where I !tit! nee and
i I ale I 'tn it. t Ine Elk 102 City of
""n. r.1I-f! !,,
materials of War. They know will continue relatively high during 01'110111'1..
Love Enduring. Bert Child tod.iy-nn example of how mod.
rersrdlnrc enternrerv) /: ers
l.nts II tn 10 Inr. Hlk. 81. City nfOki
the of the
also, that so long as they assume early years post. II
prof!! rharceabte. At "AverttslnqAdyertlslne whobee. fiddled "bllvor Threads Among eration, tolerance and under.standing
ere < their
and and In.
this responsibility use war period may even
Lure 1, 2, 4. /A, 0, 0. and 11 tn the Gold." Will made can build lasting
- O'vn funds fur this purpose it crease. A flood of postwar buy. I I I 20 Inr. Ttlk. IH, City of Okcechohee Dudley a
< blfl ere! payable on I will not be necessary for Uncle log especially if it is supported speech and proposed a toast. happiness and solid homes.
Sam to create new and Inflationary by Individual sales of War Bonds, i| I I.nis' t t. anil 0 I. nik 2.1: Soulh
thll first nf each month Partlynnkn Okwmhobee' And as I watched that toast-
dollars In order to do the Job. might generate a serious Inflation. Late 23: nnil 211: Salk. 21./ ('It\. nfokiorlioliee
"< Dee with his of beer Jane
m ro p-iWI'sheri toi glass
required< I ,
I think too. that farmers look Dry movement which could< easily 714
r,7 In ddvsnf upon their purchases of War Bondsas absorb a largo proportion of war. Lute 21) nnd' S\. elk 27 Nnrthnrsttltlltltin. with her buttermilk-I thoughtto .
.--- --- .- I actually serving a threefoldpurpose time savings. In spite of oil that .\ myself: There's a recipe for
I I ol, .1). link .1. Xouthwt'st Addition
I cither one of which is sufficient can be done to prevent it, there I -- --
SUBSCRIPTION RATE to justify whatever tempo. will likely be a tendency In this I...is tn LII I 111,<'.. elk 4. Nonth., I A'o. 92 of a Series Copyright 1944, Brewing Industry Foundation
On Te"r In advance J500"T : rary inconvenience this might ne direction. This Is especially true : west AiMltlon,
months In advance ..... ono cessitate. In the first place, by since the availability of many I 1 Lots OkrerhnhoeI 7 In 12. lnt? Illk 11.: South I I II. -
't't1r".. menthe In I1I1Vq" 75 buying. War Bonds farmers make Items will be limited for at leant I I.m x. lull IN. ('It). uC. Okteihnl'i .
another direct and vital contribution a few years after the war. The I 'her'
: to the winning of the war; probability Is that those who keep ,! nf SIJV, lIt N' \Vl4 North nt11.
MANY NEW --I prices their Bonds will be able to cash \ ., KM. 34 ''''p. 87. KgiS3.
IMPROVEMENTS secondly they help I. Itc-g 554 fl S ..t Nh Cop flnvt Lot RELEASED BY THE ARMYNow
IN BUS TR \\'EI. PLANNED: within reasonable bounds; and them In after prices have declined I t. run 8 101 ft, 14 77 Deg 11!
I finally they build up a highly important rather than when they are I lInI' iwnil ft. :N 211: N (l'i<>
reserve simply of funds at their peak. ling 111 Mln. IJ 737 ft. Sec; 81,
(Continued from page 1) which may bo drawn upon after There is, of course the possibility I 1.0 i 'I''up i, 37.to :/11 II i gf inn. 35.: .nik n. x..rthvi' PF .1
rae of plastics and, larger curved the war. Tins reserve may be that we shall experience a .\iMltlnn, I
applied to the purchase of needed post-war depression Instead of a I Lisp, t In I'D' lni? Illk IS. North Open Year Around
window surfaces give a new mod items of equipment and supply post-war boom. In the one Instance Ural Aililllliin' I i
Lull 2. (1. 7, x and 1 11 to 20 Ine.. I
ern streamlined the which either not availablenow see prices
appearance to are Ill k. "2. I'ltr nf Ilkroi'holi"o.
"ompartment Super Coach The or, if available] more ex of things they sell decline more I Lone" 4. S. It .7 sad 10. .Illk: 72, ,
pensive than normally would be rapidly than prices of things they ('11) of Okcoi .holii'n. '
driver's section will b* almost surrounded the case. Meanwhile, of course, buy; In the other, wages and non- 1.\,' and' /.1 to 11 It M'.. Hlk. 0.1. I
by transparent plenties to their Investments in War Bonds agricultural prices would rise I I nos(,11.\4 nf tn IIk"'h"l"e.7 Inr? and 0 Illk 103 I I Riveria Hotel
permit a wider range of view. will draw interest and it allowed more rapidly than prices of farm 4'113fit Okvn'hnlife. I
to mature will return four dollarsfor products. In either case the result I ers' :1 t. 4 and' 111 Itlk. 104 Pity of I I
Hydraulic eesrshlfts and air three. would be bad and I am certain Dkeoclinbeo. I GEM OF FLORIDA'S EAST COAST
brakes. now make modern busies Most farmers I know can teach that farmers will wish to do I' I.''('is. I. of II, Okecchobee 7. 11 situ t2Ilk.. 12SIty I< II I I
aster to drive than moot passengerears the rest of us a great deal whenit everything in their power to pre. Lute' 23. /8 to. 8 Inc, 10 and 11, I
comes to reasons for buying vent It.Aside. I Illk 111.: Tin of Okeeihnhee.. j I
but the Greyhound coach will War Bonds They have been accustomed from these more or less UI'I I I lie offered for sale at public out. | AnnouncesNEW
Incorporate still further refinements to small Income in the theoretical reasons why farmersas cry for the highest and' beat rush Mil'. I Isiil'Ji'it
In the placing of controls and inatrumente ) past and have been quick to see ( well as all others) should be : tn' I the right of Bicrgliiilrs of the, Board Drain of it'oiiiiiilKKlnni'is
that recent increases are due to exceedingly slow about cashingin amIHslrlit" alllorlollr,1 of Count i
to sln-pllfv( operation. All large scale government spendingand their War Bonds, there is another ('i.niiiiiujlniiiTK" of Okeerhnhee (Cniintv CABANA CLUB
mechanical and design features of therefore not likely to continue Intensely practical reason, I'Inldn' I io reject nny and all bids, '
Since for It be stated in the nt hi' Courthouse. beginning st 10:00
goods might negative:
the bus indefinitely ", ,
new have been planned to o 'k A. M. on the lath day of Reptemlier -
Insure civilian consumption are both "Why shouldn't farmers keep their 11141\ Iliiscmnnt for drainage.iiinl OPEN NIGHTLY
a maximum degree of ...fety.An scarce and expensive and since War Bonds?" Most of them have I liiuinilnii, and rlUll, purpusis
outstanding feature of both further demands could serve onlyto purchased Bonds out of surplus I will' be reserved and fifty percent'' SWIMMING POOL and TENNIS COURT
model will be larger window paces push prices still higher, it has I earnings resulting from wartime I rights(3r. t of*'lll nil nlsn oil be gas reserved.ami mineral J
appeared both logical and patriotic governmental expenditures. If history .
for Increased visibility, combinedwith for farmers to use surplus funds repeats itself these earningswill i i inl'IW: : ;' CWIYIMSiONEIIB',
greater strength obtained by to finance the purchase of essential 'I continue high for a few years ) is'imcr!! UKAINAdi Music Entertainment .
the use of new lightweight, shock' military equipment. after the war and ordinary farm and
I needs presumably mAY financed BO.'III) OF COUNTY COM
resistant alloys An Important In My impression is that a great Mlgn\ri| :
from current operations. It Is to : OK OKRBCI1OBhll : Recreation
many War Bond purchasers are ': l'1Il'x'n', ri.OIUUA.n .
novation In bun construction-,., I be hoped at least that farmers
not fully informed as to the ne nov n. RAUI.ERXUX.I'liTk : .
use of will not need to dispose of their
a newly developed demount cessity for keeping them until they t of the ('I fI'lIl'Oil rt ofOkewhohee
accumulated savings in order to
able rear end engine mature (Reference of course, is I County, Florida,
meet post war needs anduntilWar ns up nt fur sulil Boards
be Included In both lII.embI1-WIII\\ primarily to purchasers of "E" Bonds mature-their interest I 11} !Surilllu.MI'EA=" SE. TRANSPORTATION SERVICE
bonds which return $100 for each JJPIJul Clerk
This will favorably FOR GUESTS
engine assembly will be yield Joubtes) \compare: i
$75 invested it held for ten years), I
with that from other
mounted double any STATION WAGON WILL MEET YOUR TRAIN AND MAKE
on a set of axles,I However I believe this is less Investment. Farmers, of course, \
each with dual wheels, and may beeasllydetached true in the case of farmers than should not neglect their resourcesnor .,
for maintenance; and! ot) other groups. The reason is permit their operating ten-, WillymI TRIPS TO' THE WORLD'S FAMOUS BEACH 1
repair while the body remains inn| obvious: farmers Just naturally do Clency; to decrease merely fur the
not sell a hog until it has reached sake of holding on to their Bonds. I
service with n replacement powers, optimum weight. Even so, farmers They should however, be certain I builds the BOAT AND MOTOR FOR FISHING
plant. Also! the demountable cog need to be reminded that the of a real need for the mor.ty before AND PLEASURE
ine unit will] con'pletelv! eliminate war must be fought and won with : they cash them in pre. 1 ruggedee
motor noise and vibration. Bonds which they buy and keep, i maturely,
V. S Treasury Dtftrtmi .
ka s \t
Although rile for Descriptive Literature and Summer R tes
the new bus odel em ;
bodies the most modern trend of, --. -. -- -- P
streamline design its styling Is ateomplished -.; Florida Motorist" used 25,064UJO (llllfCIILS OF (CHRIST i Riveria HotelBox
!! with the more practical] i I Billions of gasoline during July and SCIENTIST: I Ii "Light TruckIPassenger I
consideration of passenger comfort the State collected (1,754,481 from i Car l1'
and operating efficiency and also. Its tax of 7c on each gallon: sold. "MAN" Is the subject of "light Tractor 747 DAYTONA BEACH, FLORIDA
J Power Plant I
to conform with ai7e llirltations of That Is $15,711 more than was collected the I..on..ermon which will be readIn F
State highway regulations I during the same month a year Churches of Christ, Scientist '
Creation--.vof -.--- I ago, Comptroller J. !II. Lee reportedthis throughout the world on Sunday OP aim nun THEMl'/ Notice
a mosquito eradication week
September 3. I
division of the Florida State .-- _y I IFlorida' The Golden Text 1111: "Pralse!' Several Hotel Positions Open Write !
Chamber of Commerce '; BUY MORE WAUONDS :
was nnnoun- only woman Legislator, walt.th for thee, 0 God, In Sioni'I i.
cod by Prep Walter C'. Sherman this known In political circles as :Mary Blessed i.I
is the \Vfi)1.J't1ltWJi"jiJ'Mf.WtDrfE'l1fm6 vfirfi1f'l'f, '
'' man whom thou I rfir..fJ.W. ; L
week. The newly formed committee !I Lou Raker, gave birth last week to chooscst .. .
and causcst to approach ------ - -' ---- -- -
Is headed by George W. Simon,'' a five pound five ounce baby boy, unto thee, that he may dwell in':'
chaIrman and William I. Fee of Ft. i i born at the :Morton Plant Hospital'
thy courts" (Psslms] -e5:1
Pierce, vice-thalrman. First meet ;I Clearwater I Remarried, Mary Lou I II I .Among the citations which comprise THE OLD JUDGE SAYS. e. .
Ins will be held] at Daytonn Beach is now Mrs Seale Harris Matthewsand the
Lesion Sermon Is the
on September 7th the baby bears this name u I following
from the Bible :
..-_ -m._ -_-__ __ __. ___ __ _. __ ..,. ___ i 1 "HAveYe not all one father? hath |
not one God created us?" ( Hal 2'I:
10). | t*
The Lesson Sermon also includes
DENMARK'SCOllPLETE the following passage fro; the
(hristmn Science textbook "Sci !'
once and health with Key to the
HOME: OUTFITTERS Sinptures"' b.\. Mary Baker Eddy: |
WUSOKM SSSSXKUfMOOiSSOiUUMOfSUOtUHfiUUU Ul!ABed I "It it objected to Chrlttlan Sclent"1'
i that it ilaima, God Is the only alnlutt >- ) I
Room Suites $79.50 $149.50 : c
; Life and Soul and man to be L J
Iii,. idea, that in His I imago. It i
Mattress hold he added that thin Is claim-] ,
Seaiy $29.50 44.50
d| to present the noinal, health
--- I fill and xinless condition of man I'"
Living Room Suites $89 50 $169.50Sheepskin I divine Science, and that this claim'i I :1
I i ,mails because the Scriptures lay I II n 4ew, t3-
-- I that God has created! man In hiss I II t :
Rugs---- $9s75up. I own image and after His likeness ,
I 'ip : I II
Vanity Lamps -- JUST --- 3.95 I 34L1.8)V I !
RECEIVED Unit of the Florida Defense Force I j
-------- I was called< up and the State High i. jj
: PICTURES55.95"512.95 way Patrol force was supplemented i' j
I'MMtl I at Quincy for the trial of three ;
-- - ---- negroes who are charged with rap-1
JUMPER SWINGER 'ing and shooting a 20 year old white ,
t lilt lilt; II \II\ $3.95Compete woman last July 80th. I
-. --- -_ ----V-- I The more I read about/ II, Judge the man I for airplane windshields and I'l'-, tln'l'nt r""
Set Dinner Dishes $5.95 Florida Headquarters of the Wai- realize the (tactics and rtqtaiemeiiH o) this tear ers to make lacquers unl in cnrnouli"equipment ,
!Manpower Commission will be moved'' are as different from the one I fought In 25 and as a base lor s>'nlhel ic ruh':".r e
as night is from day." needed for tires, masks. .
- I from Tallahassee to Jacksonville:, years ago gas pal atroulJ eqUtt';
MANY OTHER ITEMS TO CHOOSE FROM. about September. 7th, director R. A.'!, Yes and I can give you an example of ment and dozens of other things '
WE INVITE YOU TO COME how true that is. Fred. In World War 1 .the "Every time I think ot it. Fred, I realize!
IN AND Rasco
SHOP. announced this week,
chief uses of alcohol produced for war pur how fortunate we were in having a beverage
WE WILL WELCOME YOU WITH A SMILE. i vr poses were found in smokeless powder medical distilling Industry in existence when war
supplies and chemical warfare materials broke out ready and eager to convert
ft// In this war the need for this product is far 100% to the production of this critically
DENMARK'S I 7ack em more vital because it is also used as a fuel to needed j war product I'm mighty sure btx>t-
OKEECHOBEE II I propel torpedoes, to make shatterproof glass !leggett:wouldn't have been of much, help."
Phone 115 J. E. CONE, Manager I e
Tint **ttlufmim tptmnxn it .....,..m. it 4<<.. ...- -
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FRIDtV, !SEPTEMBER 1, 1944 THE OKECCHOHEE NEWS
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Legal Advertisements 1 I >OTKKTnllnlnlimeo: NOTIM; nt AI-MIT\TIOV I iv 1111-1 cittern ,'IWI' OP TIIK elullJ' ihntiM nut lie gmnteil and FIIIII. KiKiiliienti fur. roml rlirht ntwnyOHl
.'1"., I OK T.\\ IIHI.IIVnlle JIX'11 ..IL'II"It'IIC'I'r IN therein ","' and tlm i ilirniwdlnra : f..t1 will he. rexcrved byinld
.. la liuMiv given thnt .T. N.Prune : : .Ibul
Aim 8. I'll\ I.'ri 11 l'tC anlhorlclhg Immune* 'I runted from any pnn-el through
MiTK'K Is licrel.v: given thnt the Jr., the holder of the fn'lnwlng' TV 1",011.! A. No. OOUoKKI'f'HOHCB thereof vnlliluted and continued. .11 hi ulileh. Is nn existing itnte roil' ;
l\ 'I'm'tHCt'11' roriiT OP TUP': Itnte Ilonnl nt Ediienllnu, Htiile, ofKlurlila P.tfll'tll',1, snld cenlflcali'S hand* In'(HIT morn 11I1.lelllltlr de.icrllied ; ami' 111 for drulungu and cln.
F1FTEEVIH:: ( .t'I>lCtAI' CIRCUIT oflor for anlw, to he sold Inthn lD laaneil Ihprol. : COCXTV, n "Okei'ehohi 11"r. .8OmClt."I fo rnnd ptirjioaea" h*
OK FI.OItmIN AND FOil I'ALM M, idlest liI'Mer.' In Tnlnhn,, .*'e, 1 ln> rertlilente IllIIh.r mid unri FLUU1DV.I'cllllnimr. Ida fli'iieinl llefiiudliig lloniln. reserved'iiml fifty peicent ( wi nf
BKACII COUNTt.IN I'lorldn nt U"H'( o'JockIJIJX.: Hep"inlier 1 InHiliinee. the of tliu properi of 1U44". 111 lionds, dnled June 1, III nil, gas nml mini nil l
c II \NCEIIVEVF.riOLAHES : Utli' 1'MI, tho fnllnuliiif\' InndIn >'. 'nnd tltv nnniei In nhlfh It wuarHicRMMl ) 1944 nnd Mint I re 'erliil'y over nIK'iliil Im reserved by the Hoard rllhl"11
) ;;; oKrLCIIiiliKH: COt.STY'Wenl : ; nru na folln" ; ,IUH H'wAiF noitiriA. ( 1 of yrnra ,In,, 171 mniiu nf MliMi .t loners, of "KvvrfflHdea 1'1.1.h.t.010.
I DRA1NAUEmanner. > Ililf nf Section 111 Town "IVitiriinte, .No. :it')0, yinr of 1..lIn'I'' I he Severn I I'ruuertv' owueri, ) l>enr 1111"11 .t ( nito nf I thru I lot 111. HIV. 1). Wright HumSuhilhlalun
) ship :.11\ Month, KuiiKo .15: Uust., Ulin 111 1CCirlfflpnte "IXI"I'er.. ('Hindis mid otll. OltUKltTil '' ''' ( I tier 11111. unil wmie .
II taxing district ) ret,. Nu Ifxenr of laauanoe l' R ur 7111111111111 nny nhlch henr 1I'r, nl the rule of Hi if 77 fi N ,nml !l4'i of :Ni I':
In the Slnte of ) Thl S'ollce I I. imtiUHhed In "01111'11-1 1U44.Certlfli'iilM 11I)11,. nr lulerent, In I KHOW I I"f ,.,. 11.1 l <"le. |ienenl CI'V.I: I pel. Cur of NVVU of r \ I'll)
Florida, noting ) 'IIIIIP with." Nictlnna '.'6.11.: and U33Uriurlilii : No, 100uir of 1.IIIIIII .> 'UII' |n bo Ift'I..1 1.I' ) CAI'HK 111111. I nmrp iinrllcMlnr ilecrlit| !"n ft.V 11D ft. rt(i. W'lfo) ftVc.
bv: nnd th run j[|] ) [ (Sliitllte I'lll.\! 11144, i ..i 'Iwmii're ol' ,eo'hoh" I .t .1,1, ImiidH lielnir i iinliiliieil In the :.'. 1'af.! MLoll
the Board ofvm.r vn 'I'he Mtntu llnurd uf Uduintluu: ru- Description ol ifnptrtyi: "lit.'. 1''u'I,11 11'Irll I.. 1 1"11101 filed In thla !proceeding. 1 In Ine. I. 22 nml
Commissioners of ) I' \ ivna 'im right to rejiipt anv nnil nil 1..1.. I). Hlk. 0. CniiKlldnted Land I funding HUI.I., I ) UU"itSI: 'Htl.IKl *t Fort 2:I. Hid 'I. 'lth".st Addition
t I OHlI r-.lv 1' ) ,.I :.. I 'a Milidhlalnn. 11 .. .,) or nlfwtvd Inin .
fcverfflnne *; ) ui m\v ] iloroNllllie I. ni 1"1. ,11 .1.) of Aug.nat. I.ols 1 tn 4 111. PonihOki '
LJ e n I n nyv DIII-\ \ CAI'IIF 11V O'tDKIt of (he Stnte lionrd of III Wllllh MlfMLMl, UlHtlclleVan wny lltereliy' I 11144. ocholieo .. 8"
t.lpt. II. 1I0vo.n. ) WilY 1'Ia'I'ES: ":[0'1111111' (;iinicatloti. Mtute of flnrliln, Cull.AI t'fc'U.JI'III. I A. O. I" XSKU. Lola' 1. ::1, I. .1. n nnd 10 Blk. 11.
ing hon,I. ) I HI'KHHiKt: ) L. UllI.LAMI, uf anlil |I'ol'uply lu'lng In I lie Circuit Cln of Ok"I'cbohwI
letltlonor.: ) IIKAINAIIB 1>ISI'IIIC'I', ,: OOf'Jr.': ... "Count)' of fk..lh.h. llnli- of Flor.Ul.i 10 'INK lI'I'A1'1 01 I Lf1I.1 I ''::1 I :/ M" 1 .lchl" I "I. 1 to !t In" and B U Iiu' .
VI" ) .VTTM8T" .tIi: : \ \ I Blk f2. City of Ukboh"
"TAT'I' ) Hnr-lJl: :>;O Ciil.iN RMIIIHH SI''r.lo.y :; I ,'I"p. gii'h eenlflinli nr ,....tlr r\\i'S :\8. (IT ,IX. K N 8OTI'Kllt Lola 1. U, 4 nnd 111, Ulk, on, Cltvof
t' FI.OHIO.\ ) 110\1'; >1 01" IOH Slnte Dunrd nf Munition':, ; : '11. .h.l., U; null"i'tin'il ",', tl IA\'Ii Oil CI.AIMI.Sa OkvHiobea
gn<1 the taxpnvergliidoa ) IIAn'D Ol''f'\lIJm it ftl tirfpeit ilemrllnd'ul'il'l \NY 11':11': 1'1"l I.NTKIl KOTKBOKEKCHOBI'.K : lo I a 1, a. .1, S W to U ln"<
1. 'IHI. ad
pu. 1"0 P.t., ) .rlllllc' nf certlfliillin will lie anlilk RKI' I 1'ln'I'H'J'\ BE AK. COJ'J'rlOII>\. Klk. 1(1. Cltv OhMrhohev
\ o\\npn 01 o.tI., ) 1'11101'1.0 1\01' ,'. lilililei, nt 'the poitrt I'NI"III! 1 I OP IS, <. >. -. fl, 7 And B, Hlk. 1m
l.el111 of .n'" 1..1"A" ) III VAIII'\'I'1':11: xoruEV" lioitse" ili.in, ,. I I the Hist MontlO)' In i ))1':1: : "rur\r: '. nointivi.KNKII Jr.m ID IIKItKHV OlVEN that Cllnf I
1 lJ ('O\nll. : n:!) ,h. iiKiitli ol' : nilii lull : I :>; HONIiH.iv t to tWDnl l.otMj Ik"lbob.
Iirnltu ) lice .la 'In' 'ruin given Hint the CltvIViiincll \ -en| r nhlihla 11'I'I'I 1 nu 1"1'.1 'i ol I liHUMr to ., N 11)
I III" PlHtrlct In- ) of the City of OkeeehulieeFInHdn the Ith dny uf Svplemlier.., 11144DiilM ( 81 i : nr 1111IS.\.II'11 l '1'* 11".1" ,'1" of Jlf. known Ulk. lw. city ot OkeechubM .
eluding, non-real- ) wl'l' offer for snip on th* this ail ihn .( .\III.1. 1941i hi I 'I'D. nu the Ml ACT, 11" pnrgiltinix loti. 1. I. \ mid II, Ulk. 181) 1'1 I.,. \
dent owning I ) I I Utli ilnr uf Keptelnlier' A, t). HIM nr i '.L.M l 10I.. J\'II: I KlfJONClerk > 1'EC'iri) A.NAY ailKKKBY : of hnj'tor 2diK| law of Flnr'liln : ''ol, Okr"l'bol. .
Property or .uuJmt ) 1 i,Vnck P. I" nl the City\ Ilnlr In of \K .f Kill. known ag thi EVII. : TIIK INTERNAL
(, to taxation ) I fie' Cv|| of Okeceholiee. the fot'onlnicdisirllied "I." ,' 11.0111' LIlr' ), K.'urliln: 'lie; < .nip of 1"\,1'1.11.\ tbroiigh tin'Htntc ',1 \lir>: l 1)\'.IH1 IMl'IdiVCMliM: FIND OF THi:
therein, ) '' 1 propertblng nnd lielnir' Attorney I Ninth .1.IndleliilI'lreiilt ( ,! 1..1'.,, w rllii-d liind, KltnntedIn .''.Ml! OF FLORIDA
Hcipondenti. ) I I In the City of Okoechutice. Florida. --- -- nf Plurldil. In nnd! fur Okoohep 1II'rr: .nlia, Itinlnnge IllIt.I'I. Inllheihul
TOI 1'11I: HTATK: or FLORIDA ASI1 .."., County iliid the nevernl prop- I C''I'II. II"rl". ) ,hoiliiinl 11.\:1: ol ( OMMISHIONKU4: OP
in IIIK MIVMI\I: 'AM-AI I "loin 1. :,1 I nnd fl. niiii-k 134. nftho -1 I "1)I'r.., (n\pii\er rltlienii nudIK / f r 0"1' nt 1"101' nu:cry for /: .', I.UM.S: 1HIAUI
PIIOI'I.KTV: O\\Mill3 AND CIT.I!I 'own( of Olteeehobe*. II... ELECTRICAL it ., or rinlinliig ) right "l'ie' hi 1'rh"1 h.ot l Mil. subject DIII ILr
I7P..NH OF TIIK: :\'EII'II\IIE""' | onl'.lIni to Pint thereof tiled II" <"r Inlereat In iiropcrlv ,. be nf.d 'i the tlirht of thn 1insiie. of the Hi I llm, I I 1.1..', i "ii. .\gint for Trus.
Mt.HNUil; IMSHtlCT. A TAX-I I In the Office of the Clerk" nf I i ) by tho Inumice .of (lie i 1 Inieiinil 111"1 nt 1 1,1 nnd of the ''. I ,I' .nml Improvement
IMI MSIIttcr INI'Hi;: HTAIIJIT Chi ult Court of St l.ucle' P P 1".I"'I..r 1..ltI"I. 01 In* any II I'il "T ..nl1I"I, ,in,, nverifiinlialiiiiliniue I"Mini) nml lei. lloiird nl Couunmle
FIOItlUN. ''Ii'1.1'I'IXII r.iiliiu.. Florida." '"ffS \11' nl'fi'Ptud' Iblr'hy. nre hereliv re Illnulrl 'in rejiet iinand "I I.'." ", ill: ,l.'I.Hl'H\ II'IllMIIVC
UI': JI'FX'I'II: IIW:>; I'O: 1'o0X'1 r. I i .1'.1' to unpi'iir hi>fiire the I'lr"11 nil I MM nl CoMl'lhotise' Ii0lllllln/| !i'',"' I'' '' ..i. I I,
nil urilJKCT: To TAXATION I Terms nf tln> inle slmll he fm mshit ) 11 of OlU'i1*'hobee County. "1.rlc' nt II(Hi'el' ,ik AM 1 on the Ilh dm,I Iif I I III I. ., 1',1 lo
1'lmlnOi.XI': ouirnx: IIUIMIOK : '"I 'lln,. Cuiliii, ..II rmelMii tin 1'llI'hl I In ," I 1'1 t ,,,IIHI, ,, ('oil i fl'II.I'1, 11.| | >< i" Il..."Ix ,
ci\i\ii\n: ANY iiifiiiT. Tiirr.mi ; ,l\, .Nil) Illl lllllHI HOUSEVRING! i :" Ml, .1\u "f| \"I"nI'r. f I I"i I I' 1 more (Hie toI .
I IMI-ICINI: : I IN: I'ltm-nm: I ". M i .Iwl I i' i l mi .ii il fnwI" in' tin
III AFFI'ITI'II: in' 'I'UK: Hsl. 'II'Y I 01' "kl.L.; 'llnl'l.l: i. i ii M>l i ,' I I. ;"i m r"'il li\ Sack the Attack--
Ih Mm' ( : i i '. I. J- I ,
ANCI; : HP 'iiu: .uiovn MKNIIOVHII : > i i III I I ,pn. II"" I.
I 11IIMIM: lilt 'III 111! M'FIVII.H( :" : ._ .
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I IN ANYY: TIIEHF.HY. -
Thp KVKUi.lUIIs: \ : \lH\I' 1'1'
I I>I> 'riHCT. ii inking ninirl'1' In 'HiMnte NOTICE OP ELECTION alatk ((3 tal f.t (41t) That U IUo. atUoo art thin roafe asunldpalltt at I,. am ta expiration
of Plnrlilii( inlliiu-li\' iiml i 1\11",1\ WHKRCAS The Legislature IMI DLV iball t term I OoomtuUon tberwise.Tb .tans a at said
tin1 llnnrd l nf under the Constitution 1181. srf tile and It* Senator trom o I. U 1 0 a Ont
CniiimlNHlnnori' "f V>erplndca o tO UM rionda. laid Oountle*. th*
I liriiliuiKn HlHirlit H'. State .. Florida, did .*. M Jets* Bess* ( mlftma oonty 'et OWU. 0 Dad* aad 0.a Slctt o ol
u"\> i niuu 1 D Solicitor and
l.nnr.l tuxioaa propoarnf amendment* t. tb* a rnmrat and UM town dJ Po.
Inning fltuil In fo ouulttntloa al
I Petition for Hivnllilntloti ., Ing Attorney shall
nf Constitution W the Stat* ol Florida, Electi 1944. OHM* and town*. M and ad Ib. special taxing elIIO' b.bol.bed
I finnnnnn linn.I: I l 0& ODa 0 t law. hereafter Oountle* and dutla*
I PrnlniiifiHlxirlit' lipfiinilliiK\ ,,, .1. ,,i iIIMI tfaei earn* were (greed I* by a Bnt .ba l b & to UM b Ib- created by o.hle. eacb b said of tb* CUlt Solicitor within each at
three-fifths of all tbe member lcted ejected for Una
: clnteil I October 1. 1044, mid It aiponrlnir D o fo (MCMn 0 U MW Oouatle*. eball retain aad control tb* aid shall become th* dutleeof
each house .
that the said
I In nnil 1 tr. mild Petition .11''"I Joint 1 Resolution* entered upon c' ease la o a &Secretary 0110 Florida M UM Oe 1M4tor power I fix I respective budget* the St' Attorney la eacb of said
the HxhlMt Pe efl &
therein thai' ill their I for the measuring and Imposing .
Honrd of CominlHMloncrH, of I'M: 'rirl ,,i sad may respective* ID.I., they with did the determine yea* Ju 1t 1 ur. approraJ that Bottloo or n M) euaa at Article: m I* tbe mlllag* to be Impoeed upon 110 1. On and after the *a-
Prnlnnire IHslrlct' line adopted a Ililolntlnn and direct I said Jen* A JOINT RE8OLUTTOW tb* UM SUM of : property la ald Oountle*. subject toad pl.ton the term* of th* Clerk*
iMtthorlxInir thi< Ixsiiuiue of $1 Resolutions U Proposing toAaund OUIt 0 valorem other Ilk* within Criminal of Record at
be submitted the o t.e
CIMIIHHI Kxerirlmles: .lirnlmivi, \HUtrl'liefuinllng the at the General ea Section 11 of Article V 0 tbe Id low1BMtloa* 8d e.\r .t. eacb respective munlclp<J. town, Dad* and Oaol Cur for which
Constitution ol tb
Ilimils lit 1U44 for tin' 'JMIIpose 1 I Justice* o Po M. Tk* district or other .pel tlnl area. they each .r .enlnl or nave been
tl to District*
f'.al and County each elected on 1941 the office*
refunding' JxijiiiiOO.il imunaniirhi NOW. 1, A. QUAY. u atablUb a uniform lb Ao II
THREOR. th* Peso*
| <'IIMI) ) iiiiiiiiint of liondnl tiidi'lilnl. Secretary D SI' te SI'ol Florid*, and municipal (ovemment. which II 0.Id Cuntle aball I d.I.rmlnlnl of the Cl rka of th* Cr.minal Cu
of RESOLVED BT the of Record In botb Countle*
1".11 Mild Hlnlrli'l which 11' it <>rlk do hereby T Lm be applicable. eioept In earn ..m.nl ed
rv. not tl LATURE OF THE STATE and tbe Clerk tb Courts ot Record
innllr Ini'iirrcil lu 01
>fore tho rA Civi
lipiii-rnl; That tb local or apeelal lw* are provided, Imp .Uc ml.U 1 0
following and th Dad
mo.tloll:i In Novf'lnhpr, 1030 and l. b beld in each county Us Florida t& mar hereafter be provided. by the Lee* b la *
w tloa 21 of Article V
of tbe Co untie* Dad* Orange. County shall all b* abolished and tb*
now rvldi-nrvil I li\ next succeeding the first lalatur o
hnll'l'hl'h toat laoonlMot
\ onoulnlanillnif O T8 of
tb* Stat of Florida m b duttea of the Clerk if the CrlmlnnlCllt
Section 1 That and after mid
on JUMP 3, 1M1! nnd tbe therewith
arc Novemb. A 1 sam* i* hereby agreed to, aad tbeasm ot Record In botb Counties
said night. tbe County
tnlu IIOW ouimniHlliitf.InttTt.tt tnnctlipr with eel SEVENTH Tuesday DAY NOVEMBER ehall b lubmltted \the qualified JUD Piled* 10.In ofno S.t 0 SUM Tax Collectors Deembe. 311. 114.Countlee of dutlea of the Clerk of tbe
fonpoiiH flpiitirtpniuttthircto (lector at th* election 184 Civil of Crimea Dade
nnd It nlnn the rejection le D. and Orang*. Slat of Florida, COUt Count
nppparlng that nil rtfc.Uo< o teM la 1944 for ratification : assumed '
r.J.tIO each become Collector
.b.l al tal.n
ef tin* flirt proposing A JOINT RESOLUTION
rciiuln-d to l he ttntod bVnld RlluUo. I
11. There shall not mor* Poplnl a part of the of the
81 For all ad valorem and taxes
.. to the State b Amend Section and acreage
Petition nnd Exhibit by Tiaptor CDtutloa o fl. Justice la seen su Setoo S..n respective Clerks of the Circuit CourtIn
Florida Dlt levied and for th* calendar
via of xvm
7T nf tho Florida; Htntiitci, 11141. rrroHtnlnod o : county, a4 there ah on* Atll. o the Con.ttutoD IMS Ipe Dade and Orange Countlea
; year lex*
'IhiTfln., nml .Unit: mild' Kn-i: 1 1illll.h' A Jonrr RBSOLCTIOM P\ Juatle* o t. Peace for eacb lul0 the o Pda theTerm cept taxea now lubeu..1 JOI* Section 8 Tb* assumption new
Dralnam ni.trpt| pmja that I Amendment o Section 0 A. Dlatrlct, hold offlc* fo fou Blected o e"'Vaeanele*Appointedor In Beettve lected by tb* Clerk ot tb* IiCOU : duties under tb* PrVllol thl*
thin Coint lumic an Ordi an illri'i li'il, I IX ot the COltltu'tO 0 Pod ,.. Existing Justice Dlo' a Said Oonatltutton.BI within eacb of said Arlcl. eball not orc
hv mild Relating reby but Onc.Unde Cuntl. eompensstlon
Chapter 73. ami the Court 1 Tua\oD rlla. ta. all County .
bring fnllr luhlneil In thp prpmUciIMIW BI IT RESOLVED BT TBX LBOULATURE IW m. I .pc Act, from BT TH LEOI8LA.TURS all< Ilcludio..1010 and acreage 'u.taie* Imposed officers upon whom such new duties
of OP THI 8TATI OP FLORTOA. .hall b shall continue b*
tltpn'fore.IT OP THK STATB OF FLOBJDA: bndal. aayauob by any dlatrlct imposed to
H now **tab> That ta* following amendment to Sec governed by the general law of tb*
itRIIEnr.n that nil taxpay That the following amendment to Bee* DL11' b..at or upon
fra, "proportv ovni'ra mid clil/i'ii .if, tloa 1 ot Article IX of UM Constitution l.h.4. may .abol tlon I and Section 7 0 Alcl. x property eu'11g11tt .. Stat* .It now I. or may b* here,
of the Conatltutlon
the ETcrjrlndiii I>rnlnnife Hl trlct, Ineluding ot Florida relating to taxation be and U auch Dlatrlct aow 0 here and thateacb after, a* relate* th* filing of their
Florida be. and th I hereby .
( the ahallbe a. ILtll.M b..v. said I't eball also collect respective Ilal. or orecrtbllli
iion-ruljc'ntt hereby agreed *
owning prop M. 1 \&e shall agreed to. and the earn* ahall be eub- : maximum :
",rly or *nliii.| >t tn tuxiillon thfnliianil .j I to the 0 tb* mitted ee e&a b ab. mltud eleotora of tb* other ta., llnM 0 ex.clsea bowever tbat each officer fee
all fiilirm Inning or claiming anvrlglit. Stat* ot Florida for ratification re* 0 t. p. aay e State \th lu.1118 said Cntl. col provided
at th rejection assume* tb* herein statedadditional
e lold nlll.IIOD O aball each th
thlu or Imprest In prupt-rty tn lection at the nut General aHattlonto aet let desig
t general election dutlea. take over and
lie affintPd liv: Urn Intnnnre of tin ,, b* beld In 18. .follows: .n"lnl. at State. election .l.* aay; l.n.re p.p. offlcle of each taxing allowed sucb assistants employee*
ahove nii-ntliinml, Iwiid. or to be ffailed Bto 1. L11.tu. shad J .Ia ,L oft0 -IU and + of .r Xvm of the Oontltutloa I Countle* and expense* of th* offlc assumed
In HnT ..ay thcr<'hy., nnd th,' I .qua rat ( 0 th .. o P.Id be a.ucl te col.cte..forh.ltl. o may be approved by the BudgetCommissions
Stain of taxation, except that It provideI b lcb
Flobliln/ I amended
I Sinn" of such Countlea. by
IUBOLTJTION Fropoelng an ra. Collector collect each o
Allo.n"y. of the Mtilh. 'JVnth. .:llIv 'I fo special,, but rate eucb or epeclal rate* on LI&.lbl.prpt. JOn 0 Alcl. V of th* Constitution "Section te o ol. for meet In &. and ahall I. but on* such other supervisory authority a*
nth. Twelfth and appoint to any b established
Flfti-mth Jndlilnl c of by adding a .I tax which all may by the Leglnlature
I *xceed two mill* tee .ta'm.nt. Ial Ilclud.
Clwiilt. th* elective office* under Con
\> herein anld Kverglndea: an Additional Section Relating ad .d any or spe
I lar ot the aaseased valuation ot such \ .Iorem o & 'a. lener.
nrnlnairf JilNtrlit' llca I etltutlon aban extend only to the tint Artlcl
thH Election at *
niicnr| on during
iMh day of Soptcnilicr 1IM4 at Ihe I lutanglble propr. ; provided tbat Criminal: Court =T aad Tueaday at th* tint Uonday la each parcel any oOr ae property upon upon ahall b* .. prVllol.. 0 Tb* Legislature
hour of 111 mi ocloik to any obll.IIOO secured by mort1 tot unr January at th* election U4 each lot of : may five
( t a in. of mild 801cl-' Judge _. .lal all rean.bl. Int.rore
( .. lav: at tbe ClrrtiirConrtroora In thf1 ;nge. UI. O other len..\ Red qualification" e tax .shall coverall tation the ."d. phr.and Sections
7 C 0 T. b .I
<'onnhonii> In tho I'ltv of \\eit Pnlm I may p.rlb. a Lla.Ilbl. cambta County ing (or fill.Ing 8tl I a earn 0 eelo taxe* upon parcel o r.1 this and direct their
I BPIK'It In anld Flfloonth JuilMnl C'lr tax not mor Vaeanele* la any at aucb Office* to ecnal. .1.- property fer each calendar effect by related laws. The LeglsU
c"II. nnd lniw i n n HP why tliu prnvrr ', ml. .oa. the which shall b. Prior to the First Tuesday al th* unexplred tion term commencing that part' 0 the. shall be sold by each Collector, aa Uor ture may bv law control the comPI.
of the .1m.uc mlrtla. First Monday in Appointment may be provided relates sation of each officer and
the Vnlldiiiloof laU. 14
deed of trust, O o 1 presented by th Ooo.flrmatloa tint after ft.utt t Monday to County Taxea nI'.tl pense and conduct of office effected
licniiN hooM lie Gerno .
grintc4anil said tax to b* In e election
not hereby, and h fee
fo.ecrd.ton. by th sold and
mild $t.; )IJ."HI' : 80.'
Vt'rlllllh''rllill Filed StateJune
in lieu assessments
I svstemi where they exist In Dnde and
I'lHlrlcl, Inlnllbl. BB IT RESOLVED BT THE LEGIS B.t 0 are converted into title, may
aifM Itcl'iiiiillnir HoniU ul lul epeclal
Orange Counties and all
obll.tlon. 1 1M. be so converted by the respective mav control
and tin pnnpoillnvi. of the Konrd "Ironnnlaslonoiii rata collected tAT TH STAT : fees and
or r.le. Oountle* and the property cold for tbe chal.1 of offlcee or officials
of mid Kiorglnde: i therefrom. may b* apportioned by theI ThI ot A JOINT RESOLUTION Proposing to pro rat* benefit of each Interested I of said Countle' *.
lirnlnnHe lilmrlct In ro-nnwNcin vfti\I Legislature. and aball b* exclusive o State o Florida b* amended section byadding Amend Section t Article V of theConatltutlon taxing authority: salea ehall be made .lhln. Section 10 of Article in.
tiniHfiiiiiiiii' ul' mild lioiulH. thnnld nut other St. County. District t.eO an edltlooa ot the State Florida and penalties and Interest for delinquencies and Section 9, : and 30 of Article V
l I.i> talldmpil nnd ponflrnipil" AM praypil a munIcipl ; and shall prec.lb to ticle b,* klow.Sction t e A. relating t County CommbuioneraBB Impoeed M provided bv ,law and Section 6 Article VIII and Sec.
In. nld IVtltlnn for \'nlliliitlonir .eglaUol .aball HCu. rlln., of Criminal o IT RESOLVED BT THI LEGISLATURE for County taxes: each taxing authority I ton $ of Article IX of th* Conol-
'is Fiuiiinii: (iuiiiitKii thmnt o al p.operJ. blb real ef Record and County Solicitor COn( OF TUB SXATB OP FLORIDA.: where It has a tA Intr.l. maypurchase of the State of 1 1I
Icnfl thlrtv !1:1111: I dnya' prior to th<. and pellal. nceptL. p.oprt cept the Judge and Solicitor the That Section 9, of Article VII o property "Id or on I remain, In full force acd effect and
law 0 tb* Constitution of th* State said Section* of aald Articles .
diit M'| for Ihi- 'hearing on auld I'PI'l u may 11- Court of Escambla ) foreclosure. and moneve derIvedfrm and CtM
tlll Ion, for Valliliillon.' DIP Clerk of thin Illcllal. auc.too. literary, .cl.ntil. 0 Rcoe l hereby agreed Conll.nd ida, relating to County OommUalonenb euch tale*. and from penlltl.i I olh. provisions of th* Constitution
1. ad and th* eame la hereby amended, State of Florida
Court uluill iiniKf a i>oi\ nf. thli Xotlei pup. ehall b* lubmltted to the .nl Interest .hnl b* colel..d relating to th*
and I Inter to lip puMlnhod' In I the f
lowing np niiii.rM| | ,pillillHlleil III thl> at th* General Contlp8. to.n. l'h.1
filed SUM r.lectlo Beclo 1 State of Florida at th* general election or other Mining districts and except they mav each
la Secretary th
following i mi n ties. rvnifiiltcl\' 1 1 Inioiintlia O1 0 on first dl.trll. .
bell TUeaJ alr th of be held relate to auch
InUihh the u Rpreent.lve t In1M4 ac..ordlnl the proportion of taxes otce and the system
Kvergla4eiliralnnie :0,00. Wol. .fo. for of taxation .
IHdtrlit II<-. lowa: .ppv& rejection TaI lele< eaeh upon ech t.rel orpiece In Dade and
Section 3, Orange
>AME ( IUNTYOP A JOINT RESOLUTION Proposing "Section 47 Stat Att. Judge* Vl. ..m.nde of property Involved CuntlM. Florida and as touch
aball read followa
IN Mil 1(11rwnripni Amendment to Article 7. Section S, of th* Criminal COUI' and aa : Section 3 Munlclpalltlea In each otc. .Ytom and t.. within
a "Section There aball b said .
> IM HI IOIIKIIOKKECHOBEK 01 tbe Conatltutlon of th* Stat* ofFlorida County Sloltol th* Judge ODe said Countlea may by apeelal C loJ Constitution Selou and tb*
AEW to and Ap and Slclt. the of Record County CommlMioner m each o II.fv to be held prior to Dcember 31 I .hnl mo1e and
: : RI.IIV. Co.u County changed bv ArU..le.I
retain tbe tht
by Section 3 County! hereafter Cml.lon.r. dtllct right to collecttaxes
FIHr\ P1KKCBMCW prloW8t. o elected the dt.lc, Upon adoption of.this Fled In OIIC. t.relaJ Stai*
so a* to Deslgnat* Oeola *- by qualified .Iect. b .lal Allcl. 10 0
XT. IIT1ERTI one to
and Okeechobe* Countlea as a'Salrla of their respective judicial cl.cut. numbere fv Lcu.lv. any municipal government IOm hy
.\UT 1'K1'MAII'I'IS District. Designate Broward countle other Stai aad offlclala nearly Countlea of Dade and Orange I -
SKHKINO: : AMKIUCAN: IJlfiIlL.\'iI'S a Senatorial District and Cu" In proportion to population. The after not leas than fifteen (151 days A JOINT RESOLUTION Proposing aa
THE M14MI IIEIttl.O IUHK Deslgnat* Calhoun and Quit Oouatle* "The first eete. of State Attney. Board of Count Comml.looa. tn the notice by pullc.Uon. call a apeelal Amendment to A'lcl. VIII of tli.* Constitution
KKVKSI'\ "I'I'I7oEIMflX;/ I\I) : respective election of tbe of Florida Relative
as a Senatorial !, Judge* of Criminal cunt. .hal tim \ parlclpated In by the
GI.AHKS: nn':NTTDKMDCIttT I BB IT Dlllc. THE LEO ISLATURS Record and County Solicitor* (ettept to time fix "of euch qualified fr.holder municipality to Assessment of property lo
OLAD1NrirISION : OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA: the Judge and Solicitor of th* t.lcl. Bald County Comml.lo..n.hal only determine by i ia i Taxee and the Collection of Taxea. by
XEII"IY: I I following amendment to Sec* of Record of Bicambls County) be elected by the Qualified elect. majority Wb-re Sectlona 1 and 3 Adding Thereto Additional Sections tc
COM.IFH fOL'.NTY I ton: llJ Artlcl* 7 of tb* Conatltutloni b* held at th* General Election tn 1948to said county at the time and I hereof be. ., effellv within i I Provide that la the Countv of Hills-
NEWS COLIIEItFOHT ,, the Stat* ot Florida relative to cen- t.l. offlc* the first Tuesday after place, of other ICO :' offleer such municipalt. frehold.r borough, State of rlorldn tbe Count
HriiiiDALED1I.T 'as and apportionment designatinguceola th* Monday In January, 1949. and Ill I four voting I Tax Assessor Shall the !
SIOI'I'lI'IOI'A' 111I and Countle* a* fO a term of four "a.. y.n. the County Cora : ha. auch municipality come under of the County for the Purpose of LevyIng
: Okeechob.) District term office of any- ml.lone..Iectd from the even num Sectlona. or by a like majority of State. County. School and Municipal
PAIM BEAl'II 'fI IESI IM I HJJ "CI| "T. o
hereafter dl.trlct 1M4 ahall fo those determine that Taxea Levied by the S'ate. County.
Broward County a* tb* or appointed
1 ho pnlilli'iillon, In '',"eh aui'h newaiiaiivr foll.l.C .otlnl. .h.1
two elected In
Senatorial District, and to any of the office* herein "Or. 'h08 not .. said Sections. County School Board School DI.tlrl..
( Hhnll lie Hindi "n,< c i ai Ii niekfor t C.lhou menlone the o districts shall serve Tax School .
Quit Countle* th* ihall not b* eitended lumbered auch vote the majority vote to come Specl& District* Mi.
thrw ill I cuineenllTp wci'k com. a I for four and thereafter theterms
b* and th* vacancy la any of luch offices prior ymrs under Sectlona 1 and 2 or If II I WI of i
nll"II'IIIIl' wllh auph flrat pnhlli-atlou 1 Bo.lorl.1 Dllrlct. ehall be for four veare: Provided BE
and shall to said flrat Tuesday after tbe flrat any municipality falls call and boldauch rCCu
mid the lnt piilillcatlnii, ihnll b not ..me I 1..b'the .electors of b Monday In 1849. aball be filled that Section n of Article Vin election prior 1 December 31 TURE OF THE UOSLA.I
moro than plijliteen ,ilS
DUNE:' nnd ollliKHKD: at the Court after tbe first Wood. la provided by the Constitution but Filed In offloe Secretary 0 State upon such municipality In the event Stat* to AMesament
IIOIKK InYe.t I'nliii Keneh. Florldfl. November, 1944. fOlow.. In no case for any loge than until May 27. 1943 any municipality elect* not to come and Collection of all taxe* L
thin Mill dm" ofiitfiiat.. I'.MI\ "Section 3. that th* flrat Tueeday Irt.. tint Monday under Section 1 and 2 hereof such the County of HillaborouKh Stste o
/./ Josni'll: 1'1.' WHITE..Iinlifi' shall meet la 11..u., A D. In January. 11 A JOIN RESOLUTION Proposing an election shall not affect Sections 4 I f10.ld. by adding thereo .ddlton&
of the I'lreiilt Conn ii' 1155. and tboo* tnat snail meet every 'Any provision the ConatltutlonIn to the Conatltutlon of tbeStnte S. t, 1. t. and 9 o tbla Article, except .ellon. to b* known.
the Klfreenth Jndlclnl Circuitof tea year* thereafter, aball apportion conflict be..ltl I I hereby repealed of Florida to Be Known a* Article .1 the .e..m.D and collection of I 12. be lame U hereby
Ilio lute of Florid. te representation in tb* Senate, and ." XX Section 1-9 thereof, Relating In .ucl municiplt. which shallremain agreed to and ahall be submitted to the
-- piovld* for forty-ou* <41i Sen Filed in office Se.et It.t to the Consolidation of CerloOUICN by law; Electors of tb* Staie of Florida forratification
; 'rirt- 0)'U( \TlOS .orla Dltle' eucb DI.tlc. to b* May H. 1943 0 I In th* Counties of provided how.vr. that at any general or rejection at the general
IOK TVIIVHl in practicable Orange. State of Jo.lda. and Providing city or town ..Ierton held thereafter I Election to bi beld on th* flrat Tun.
Nntlfp la herpliv given that MinorIlnlnici. County snail divided A JOIN RESOLUTION Proposing an in Bald the Combination upon petition least thlrtv (30) I day after the flrat Monday la Nv.m.
ImliliT of TH ( ,...lIn..ute11.. la making aucb .pprlonment. to Section II of th* Dae.laratlon of ..men' and Collec.tlon days prior to such election bv ten percent I ber. 1944. a followsSection .
of. I and each District ahall ol Rllh' In tb* Constitutionof and Eualltioo County Municipal of the freeholders entitled t II 1 rrom and .fe January
'mi, lit July A.
ImtiiPd I the dav ,
tbat the Stat Florid vote In the ,, 1. 1946 the
I office .tr Irovld.d Osceola and Okee* Relating to Distric Taxes and Permitting .ch electon. question Countv Ta .o"
I. 1IM. linn Name
Double whether in the
cobe. COUII. Florida ehall con Jeopardy. gelf-Incrlmlnatlon I Reerendum. and or .hnl Count ot Hll.ooroulh. state
: him innile aiipld'Htlmi for a TuxHeeil Thlr.nlolb (3Utni Senatorial Due Pro of Law and tb* Taking the Consolidation of be bund by Sections 1 and 2 .h.1 I of .b"l .&I for
to IIP Umied tbereon. Said Certtflciit DtICI. Sro.ad County. Florida of Property Without Just Compensation County Prosecutor and Solicitor with b* on the b.lot. and Slate. ( thol and Uunlci-
I'liibrni'ea the follow'luz rteerllipd clut Fortieth ((41hl by Providing the Right ofPerseus that of Stat Attoornav. and CombloInl vote to be so bOlnd. .lch municipalityshall I 1..1 tales to b* the County
propprtv. In tho I'nnntv .
.NW'i of MII4! Ill.'. II. Twp. JJ, I tut* th* Forty-first ld:41. Senatorial o Non-Membenhip In any Labor with the Clerk o tbe Circuit Section 4. The County Tax Assessors 6ebol Districts .
ligp. ::1:1. 40 acre*. I Dlatrlct. and. at tb* same time, tbe UnIol. or Labor Organization; and Court. and the County Tax Collectors of Dade The. Legislature shall at tbe
'I he HimeminiPiit,, "t mid property under I Legislature shall all apportion tb* Providing that the Rleht of Employee BI IT RBSOLVH5 BT THB LBOISLATURS and Orange Counties ahall impose no .AIY Session la 1943 and from LII'
mill Certlflenfa Imui'd w ai In the representation II How of ftep* to Collectively Bargain Shall OF THK STATB OP FLORIDA: charge tbbl way offee or otherwise I I I thereafter, enact laws speclfyli.
... name of fnVnown.I'lilcm renl.Uve., .0< aball &low ((31 B* P..ened.la That the Constitution of th* Stat* upon municipalities, towns dls.trlct I the pw.l. functloni dutlea and com
anld I'wtlflcatp ahall be re.det Rp..ntatv. 1 eah tbe tlv I REOI.V! BT THE LEGIS of Florida and tbe earn* I* hereby *. or other taxing areas within I Count Tax A..or. dee
>niod aeponllng tn law property de mot ppuou cunlle.. and two tit FLORIDA amended by adding Article XX thereto said Counties to their aervlcoa la I,|Ignated In l of
"i rllied, therein ihall he noli) to the =W of tb next That the TH STAn to tbe and aa amended la agreed to, and making ...m.n' and collections of and ahall likewise provide by law
lilgheat Milder' at the Coiirthouao door ion : populous n : and Constitution of the State of Florida submitted the electora of ad valoiem acreage taxee or other I 11. the .tension on th* assessment
llm flut Mnndnr In tho month of on* ( Representative to 1c tb* Section 12 of the Declaration' ot Rights .bal Stat b of Florida 1 for adoption or duties Imposed or to b* Impol hereunder rl of th* County Tax Assessor >f
September. 11144. nhli-h U the 4th dnyof remaining counll.! of th .. atth of said COIUlullon. b and the same at the next lener.1 election T. Legislature Slat I t.x. levied By tb* Stat. County
Hfiitonilier, 1044. tlm* apprlonmenl. I* the earn* sballb to be beld In the rear : of by law provide fo payments County School Board. School District*.
1 in l eil thin 11th diir of July, 1044.. Soul< tb* Lltl.lu t.1 1 .pp. .I..d the qualified elector ARTICLB XX 114 1."lt *to tn tb an* amount respective Count orCountle Special Tax School District* and Municipalities
'I'INAI.) HOY \ rpre..ol.tloa Sen.t of the State of Florida for ratification not
II. IIAI I
KI'MUVClerk aad I t. How aep.entlv. or rejection at tba next tniulng Section 1 Ibat'oo and at midnight one per cent of coletloD made and Section 11 1 From and January
-.1 kOkeeohnliee .
Circuit Court of al
.. at a. ..IOD General that la to aay that December 31st. 1944, Count paid by tbe .al taxing 1, 194 The County
\ County, Florida. at a. of th* time* herein deeIgnated Section E.ctlon. Declaration of lax Assessors of tb* Cunll.! authority, to cover all coat olec. In th* County of Collet
I e.1 b the duty ot tb* of the fonstltutton of the Rllb,1 and Orange Stai POrd. shall lon and asaesement Incurred b t. Porld..h.1 ole'81lOrulb.t.x. levied o
LII.lu. 0 Lllalur. ..uccodln.ac Florida b* amended 1 eacb become and be tb .lr of rp.cllv. Countle*. COln al *. County.
L81.I.Iu.. follows"Section: .\ .e all prpert in Ib.1 respective Section I. That 0 and after th* School Board School 1 District*.
.. ... e\1 la Special o Regular 11. Ho person ihall b* rub- Coun 1. tby .b.1 after that expiration of U. term of the County Special Tag School District* and Munlelpalltle -
.e..e. KEEP FAITHbybuybg .pp1 tbe representation la tbe Jet to b* twice put In Jeopardy date all meot ot advalorem Tax Collect the CuII.of Dade *
d la th* Hous* of Representatives lam offense no compelled la any fo .e acreage ". otter and Stale ., farwhich S. T Lplatu. shall al th* L**>
a* herein provided. The criminal case t wltneas against or may lmpoed upon said Collectors have been elected Islatlv and from tlm*
.. iwilhul- preceding r.ga Pdera or regular himself, nor b deprived of lit*. liberty real or personal property er tbelr use a* of th* dat* January 1945th ao tlm* thereafter lawa
State shall .. or property without due process including by way of a sinus, valuation duties .f upon tb.l& Ing the powers. function. .pl.
: keen "ke nearest aay apportloamcntef of law.: nor prl.l. property betaken all _.m.n' upon property fo..c Tax Collectors of Countries of Dad compensation of County dul.
\ \He. Rpe.n'.llv.I th* Senat* aadIB compensation The ,, Iwa. district, and Orange by and Artlele, designated In paragraph 1 0
Bo o apent.Ilv... sball right of person* to work shall not special taxing dIUICL Dad* and 1.1 b* Uum.d aad over by tlon 11 and shall likewise provid*"
_t .pp"ID. rlenlid or abridged on account of b Orange ad valorenasseaamenta respective 0..1. the Circuit the collection, ear*. custody,
WAR BONDS l I th* sveot tb* Lllalu. bershlp or non-membership la "any ahall b subject to review Court In and D.I.0 and o.nl. aoe dlbu.m.n all taie* tolls Ms d
...... ...... e 1 reapportloa th* labor union or labor organisationprovided and equalization th* County Board Countle*. who shall tl.D o .
U IB legislature a* required by I that thla clause shall not he of Bgualiaac.on of each Cunt .hlc over the book*. fund .nl acoun' Filed la office Secretary Baa**.
suBadmnt before it* adjournaant construed deny er abrldg* th* right in each County ehall of th* Collector for each ,. June 14. 194JTh I
(aad *uh extraordinary .Io i of .mplove. by and through a labor eral County Commissioners and on* who thereafter .b.1 b* know and votee b empU.n. rMh aald
called for reapportlonment .b&l D' I .. er labor union to bargaincollert'velv member appointed from and by **cb termed .both Olreult proposed ear.*. the eesmss,
IIM to expire a th* wlfh th'lr employer"Filed municipality or town tn *acn County and and an *
C" "T8 ColectrM 01 dele.ton
al until I' population more than the r .*
0 rap m offlc Secretary of Stat* h.lnl 0 fo the
1O CHECK h. RIA j-sniiwimBi I* e and May I 1941 tb* last c....: said Board I Clerk. \c provided law m general ilirtliai.
cms* no wuslass I iue&raaptmrtloanwit of equalisation shall otherwise be go*, 8"10 I Oa aad th* expiration th* flat* ,Florida. I
,.. ).'' ( erned bv tt. general >aw frero time th* a* IN TESTIMONY JBEBEtJaT.
1DAVS Mould thl* amsndmsnt b* ratified A an time force pertaining to Sol = I
IH JOIN REOLUOPplnl to lot to of Dade Oraag* 1 h.v. **
.UM General Baettoa tn 1944 special Seton Alo. equalization of provided ..:Peld.r lo wnlrb they shall b* : hand and 1-th.
, one ahall b* celled within ninetytbsreetMr III nf the of the mUDlclp.lt II 'Cont ball' .evlnl tbe lime thla Article I fSBAU Sl ef the Stale ef a.
Wr,666 for tb* election ot Benla of Florida Relating to Uniform Cunl pCualoo 3000 or Ie. msv adopted, the State Attorneys of Dad M Tallahassee, at* Capital,
: th* Thirty-ninth fnl. and Munlcpl Government t p additional mmb who snarl and Orang* Oountle*, respectively, ehallb this UM 3rd **,.
P* *te>Btht.. aad ,,-1. Ot .and Town* o become a Board nfequalisation aad become the ProMeutlag Of- A. D. .
Liquid for MaUrid tirn ...... I ExaraU Dtotrteta. 1 special BE IT RESOLVED BT THE LBOTBLATCBJI fO th* our_ nf equal* fleer* of ail th* Criminal Court* eTDaf 11..
sajajMsas*), *von u Tntfty- Or THB STATE 01 FLORIDA t Itatloo o". .respect* aay pro. and Orang* Count!** rewtiectrve-. .\ .} .
OKEECIIOBEE NEWS FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER: 1, 144
-:1;:;: ('.; (;;-;;;;:\TIOV FOB r --- :!r 1 1@0818JLg.RUgiLxN.It'1r'4'ud.tujl/attnttBK[ ; :! )(!Qtj1QWlH,lIDIJIiClJJf'Jt1llJt'Jlli.II.IIIWI!
TAX 1>FE1).Notice j
:/ U hereby given Unit Edna
Huncoik, the holder ut tho following Th1
,.crlfflc-nto lull filed mill certificate Mr. and Mri. Clayton ))
for a tax deed to IIP tainted' thereon the first part of the week to ) / "TO HUSTLt "When I t
The rerliriiiite number year
t> their home In Miami after GOT SOM ,
iHmiiniiu, I lio dcacrliitlon' of the prop.erty I
nnil the nnm In which It wu I Ing a week In Banlnger @ 'THAT t i ft
HBCdiM'il lire flu follons: Hunt'i parent, Mr. and Mrs
Certltlenfe Xu l.'l. fear of IMII Durrance. sows ? ,4 r/i)"
ntifp, 1D7IkHi : I ii, 1
'rliitlon\ of property :
IItI": HIT. T, Twit. 37 Hge. III.( Mr and Mrs Delton I a't *i LkR// pt
:.NninciYiuli'ii.. In Hhlcll iiHmmod' J. \I.. I. Miami spent several days I o *. J"'i 1 n
I first of the week. I' AHVfc a : a
All of wall proper! being In tho !! ; ,wl\ .
Okeechobee. State of 1"I"r.1 A 1 9
Mrs J. H, McCranle e
Mil I U"
her home here Wednesday I
1'nless) such certlfluite or certlfl iontes
shnll bo redeemed according to spending three months in I.:
taw the property deaertbod In such Carolina where she I ;' u
certificate' or certificates will be sold mer school at the
to the highest bidder, nt the courthouse I i
door on the first Monday In
the the month lad day of of October October 11144., 1IM4 which Is Dr. and Mrs S, R. Every Boy Wants To Be Strong 'J
Doted this 30th day of August 11)44 daughter Venetla of Fort
ItOY Clerk It. Circuit UAU.EUSON.Conrt of were visitors spending And Successful
Okeechobee guests of Mr.
Okeec'hohee County, Florida
E. H. Hunt.
.... ..:":..:..x..:..:..:..:..:..:":..:..:..:..:..:. Peter Bastlancie will Teach your boy to understand the valueof
day to return to his home I I
Gilbert Theatre cago after spending a week money : the importance of regular saving
chobee where he Is
daughter Miss Paula Francis l','rwF1F1PA1 ; and that the War Bonds and Stampsthe
home of Mr. and Mrs W.
sell\ U S Treasury Dept family buys now are security for his 'I
SUNDAY MONDAY ------
Mrs Clifton Ellis has I Your Scrapbook I post-war education and development! ';n,
Olivia DeHaviland to her homo here after CONFIDENCE: '
: Buy his War Loan Bond here-Today!
some time with her mother In bird at break of day I
Sonny Tufts I
lands County. the autumn trees I
IN so mystical and calm, it
; ; of certainties ,i.!:
Mrs W. M Duren has
GOVERNMENTGIRL to her home In I William A. Percy t
after spending several Imparts a wondrous In- Okeecliobee County
Okeechobee with her ita possessor. It bears p
sister In law, Mr and Mrs security either to meet
Platt. Mrs Duren was or to find matter ofl,
here by her eon In law and .-Milton. > BankPhone
I d j
Ann Shirley ter Mr. and Mrs Wilburn what strength of
rickson of Jacksonville boldness and energy of k,
x Also NEWS I by the assurance 15
FILM: VODVIL Mr and Mrs Nathan ; doing our duty.-Scott. It I
returned to their home in built upon trust, and x
I Deposits Insured through Federal '
FRIDAY SATURDAY chobee Saturday after confidence In one an Deposit .
I weeks with relatives and .-South. Insurance Corporation I
In Charleston, S. C, at the head of the
Gen AutreyIN ) It is found be. OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS : :
I Mr. and Mrs D, B. I refined life, the freest ri C. H. McNULTY, President N. RAY CARROLL, Viee-Predd.at
vfere visitors in Bartow the profoundest phil (
SOUTH OF THE I Mr McCarthy returned to I I noblest poetry, the pur i E. G. KILPATRICK, Cashier
) E M. Meserve J. M. Roe, Sr. J. 0, Pearce Allen Markham
here that night while Mri. .-T. T. Munger.
BORDERHOOSIER I thy remained over for the I 'fledged, soaring to they'
I with her brother and sister I brings blessings Injg BTHWB.SKM.mrai.B! J.Jli.Ultt.l.ltlt.lJlJlljJJ.lIJI.Jt.tJl.lIJll,1j.t11: :! : ; JUUW.uJ.Jlv8; "
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of this orison
County Judge T. W Conely the of rightness spirit ,-"on .:": :":":":":..:":..:":..:..:..:":..:..:": :..:..:":..:..:..:..:..:":,,: :,,:":,,:,,:,,:":,,:,,:,,: :":":":":":":":
Wednesday for Tallahassee !! will toward men..arth/'j'/ 3: .
( Jacksonville where he Is I'u Eddy. '. 'y; ANNOUNCEMENT
several days attending to I 't.
HOLIDAY mess APVLIC\TION loft 't,; of 1944-45 Season :S
'' T.t% 1>EED: : ','
hereby given that Frank :x: r
Also: NEWS and CARTOON IF YOU want to get the holder of the following. I I .f.
Box 28, Vancouver Wash t has filed snld\ certlflrntt' : Concert SeriesIn
to lie (sailed thereon | .'.
COMING : \ number mid year of|i'J" :
Mrs Edra Reeves and
description of the pmp.| :.j::
"THE SKY'S THE LIMIT": dren, Donald and Glenda I ,' name In wlilih I I' was '|' Fort Pierce *
"PRIDE OF THE YANKEES""RATIONING" Winter Garden, have as follows : I :t::
their home after spending \ No. ano( >"enr of (1".11 :4:: t
In Okeechobee with Mrs. I.',: SEASON TICKhlS: NOW O\: SALE I\ FORT PIERCE AT :.tHORTON'S
"ONCE UPON A TIME": |, of property:
parents Mr and Mrs John I N1\,', ofi1 '4. III",'. : BOOK STORE, :t
+ + ++ + + + +
.:-***: *: **: **: **: <,***: **,:,,:,,.,,:":" :'-' ler and familY !' 17 which, Hge.iiaaeaiied 3:1. 10: aeres.I buries I'J:: ST LUCIE COUNTY BANK
!' I I :e:. and CHAMBER OF COMMERCE 1
\, property being III the 't:
.lliITBc>' !iF.;: : ;r.. IW: JJJII i ImH'! : Jyjm; ....' .... Shite/ of Flor3 3'I.. ADULT STUDENTAdml :
,, I|I ... certlfli-iite' or eertlfl ::1 h: nlon . . 8.33 Admission . . 4.17 .
lie redeemed) airi.rcllng to 4:: Tax. . . . . 1.67 Tax . . . .81: f
,. described\ In 1\II.b :,t -
certificates ,,"11h,' sold. I .:: Tot.l. . . . 10.00 'total I . . . ? 5.00 .' ',
.. bidder, at the court ::1. y
on the CI rot Moinlnv) In .. The salt of tickets U limited to 600 Adults and 150 Students "
RODEOAVON of (lI.tolll'r.III! which\ la ,..
I of October 11':>>4. :'.
HUth day of August, 11)14 .f_,
!' HOY It. UAtI.EKSOV, : DEC. 4th
Clerk Clrenlt Court of ):
I I i! (",' -oFTIOS of Okeechobee' County: (Florida t'ountv .:',': DON COSSACK\KOrF, MALE Conductor: CHORUS
of KlorlJa : Y
That I. U. A. GRAY, :3
::1 PARK RODEO ,, ?here State give of notlee the State that a.of .'':,: JAN. 19th
\: .\ ELKCPION ),
Four Miles East of Avon Park on Bombing Range Road !) In Okeechobee County, .',
on Tuesday\ next 4," WILLIAM MASSELOS
the first Monday In N"- 'i' .
_ 'I I! : D. 11)41 the said luesilny 'j''j':. (Piano Vlrtuao)
: DAY IF) NOVEMBER 'i'.
States Heimtor" from the 'j'
\ for nix )'..IIU from
SEPT. : MAR. 23rd
(HI rreHl.lmitlal. Electors .
"* of the Sixth Con.
Dliitrlit the 1.III.lIllItlt of the State) t'ou-of RISE STEVENS
hI' 1'nlted Stntes ;.
1 of the Unite of Florlilu. 'iI. (Movie 'ISt.r and Metropolitan Contralto)
2:30 P. M. EACH DAY I .)' of State of the Slate :C
General of the State of ; I
I J. APR. 20th
"- of the State! of Flor. "
: of the Stale of F'orhln.1 MANHATTAN TRIO
I of Public In 'j' .
I I of the State of Florida.
p Bronc Riding Educated Horse I of. Fiona., of,' Afrluiltnnt of I :. OIVGNtS, \V.\LHtK.; II.\ IUII-\' olln. Cello, Piano Artists)
V | ) Jii rl<'es of the Supreme ,
the Stateof Florida ;(,
Bull Dogging Trick Riding ( Hnllrnacl of Florida' 'Commissioner. DON'T DELAY
I Dli-trlit of the Suite of I ticket Sale moat he concluded by September next to enable f.
organization officers to conclude contract f
the Home of
Bull Riding Calf Roping II Judge: .of the Stale of I I f I
the Circuit Court, Admission will be by Season Ticket ONLY
Attorney County no tickets ,to individual concerts will be sold
Billy and n Jumping "-e ; ; Assessor"" of Taxes. I I
Superintendent, of I'nh.
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of the County Board Tickets also available from all! members of
ftV Three Big Open Contests 'j ji I my)' liMtructlun Whereof hand IInartlx.1J.,I have here the Fort Pierce Concert Association
of the. State of Florida and the office of
I ...... the Capital thin the I
i- ; day of August, A. D. '
I'ltOUtCtl! : .BY W. It. CARTER AND BILLY U A. ORAY .. The Okeechobee News
1it; l jJIJJllIlIIlL) !' IillIillL!!! lJilllJ];, .''t''! !. 'J1.r.t ( ) SecTotiiry of State. .
:\ Advertise in The News TCI Hon. L. L. Conrad Sheriff of ... ....." .. ..-.. .. ..
OkecH hnhve County. 4 : .+ >->O+: ."* >-X..x---o) >- :-->->-; :--x.THE ; ; >>;