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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: September 8, 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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News of Our I .MEN'S: BIBLE CLASS OF TO OUR SUBSCRIBERSA SHERIFF tO.MtAD; LEFT-r
BoysIn B.MM'1ST IIIKCII To GIVE School
LAST ;NIGHT FOR LOS Opened
IROECl'E W'EI \ ESI),U !
ANGELES, LALIrOKMASheriff :

Various Camps number of our subscribers are in Here Monday
The Men's Bible Class of the arrears L. L. Conrad left on the I

At Home & Abroad Oki'iohobecBaptist Church will with their subscription and within the next few Seaboard train last night for Los For

will mail Angeles, Cat., where he 44-45 Term
give a barbecue on the church days we out statements to all who went to

Mm Jasper Let her received a ground next Wednesday afternoon, have not paid up and all of those who do not chobee bring Forrest to stand White trial back on a to chargeof Okee --

Mter from her ton, Sgt Wm. II September 13 beginning at 6 o'clock pay up on or before October Fifteenth will be bigamy The warrant for White The Okeechobee High School opened -
Lee. who In with the arms In In the 1044-1946 term
All of the members of the church was Issued several months and Mondaymorning
clia, He says he IB Retting along dropped from our list. Anyone who is dropped Sheriff ago with a full faculty and one
Conrad has ,
been
fine but i II anxious to get home. I and their friends are cordially invited from the list at this time will be unable to get locate him since and finally trying got to of the. largest enrollment In history
to attend.In Prof Williams
conducted
their subscription restored until him there. the
Mrt. Claudia Conrad it In receiptof making the announcement 10 conditions He has devotional exercises.!
advised
the sheriff
a letter from her ion, Jack But was stated that there would be change and we are able to get more supplies, he would waive extradition that Talks were made to the student

ton who it in the hospital in England plenty of barbecued beef and pork, because there is a severe shortage of paper and and return to stand trial papers I body and visitors by H. H, Hancock

In which he says h. li Improving pickles, bread and coffee.Independents. I county superintendent; W. H.
and hopes to be back with hit -V other supplies that are needed in the printingof "Had"" Harden member of the school board;

outfit loon Jack took part In the Will a newspaper. If Dewey Rev. W R. Howell, pastor of the

I invasion of France and) was severelyburned Methodist church, and Rev. D. O.
We hope we will not be forced to discon-
on July Ut and has been Been PresidentThe Alderman, pastor of the Baptist

i onfinid to the' hospital unceMr. I Not Be On Ballot tinue the paper to a single subscriber, but if I church, all of which stressed the

I your subscription is not paid by that date the Importance of education at tM.
: and Mra. Mcrrli Lofton re- I record of Coy time more than ever before
Thomas
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u,,ved a letter this week from their I Tallahassee, Sept. 4. The recent paper will be discontinued. | Dewey shows his blindness to war A total of 512 students were enrolled

.-.n. Clarence, who li at the armytiainlrg announcement that an anit-Admin --.--- dangers with 227 in the high school

camp at Camp Blandmg iitration Independent party would I In his acceptance grades and 285 In the elementary
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r beginning July 19-14, the amount of speech. Coy
m which he lays he has been I In attempt to place the names of Its Co. Commissioners (87800, payable to the Board of I j I ernor Dewey denounced President grades. The seventh grade with 67

the hospital seven weeks where he Presidential Electors on the Florida I Roosevelt for "wranglmg. bungling topped the other grades In enroll-
County Commissioners of Okeecho
suffering with malaria. lIe ex general election ballot In :November and confusion," His ment.
Transact BusinessIn bee, Florida, for reimbursement for I, constant Implication
pacts to be transferred to another pledged to vote for nay was that he and the Repub The school authorities had been
the Board of Public Instruction's
,'amp ai loon as he it well. good Democrat other than FranklinD. liean Party w6uld have done afraid there would not be a full
share of monies to be a much
paid attorneys -
Roosevelt, brought prompt re- Regular Session better Job. faculty for the opening due to the
opposing abandonment by the
Malcolm Simmons, who Is Bta purcussion from State election au The Roosevelt record Is so bad unusual shortage of teachers but
Board of
ounty Commissioners of
tinned at the Naval Air Station at thoritles. Insists Dewey, that our President Is after much effort on the part of

.liicksonville, arrived in Okeecho Secretary of State R. A, Gray, who The Board of Count ommiasion Okeechobee date County, Florida, on thla not to be entrusted with the task everyone they /managed to secure

hie yesterday morning and li ipcndmg I In in charge of the State election ITS of Okcechobci Count Florida of securing peace after victory Is the required number of teachers,

eleven days here with his machinery, said that he hail made met in regular session :Monday, Sep- NOW, THEREFORE. BE IT RE- won. That la quite an Indictmentand Including a music teacher.

other, MM, Bryant Bowden He no final decision but "there Is no timber 4, 1944 ut 10:00: A. M SOLVED that a warrant be drawn quite a claim. Fortunately, we Prof. Williams announced that

will also visit relatives and friend way I know for an Independentparty Present were: Chairman C. E. on the General Revenue Fund pay. can check up. the school would have a football

Sarasota and Avon Park lirawdy, Commissioners R E Bass. able to H. R. Raulerson, Treasurer I We team this
in during to form and get its candidates have Mr. Dewey's record for year and already the squad
)j., n leave. on the ballot now." B. C. Swain Ernest Hilliard and Wr of the Citizens' Committee opposing i those years. We have the Repub, numbered 30 boys who started

__ Absentee ballots for service me I Walker, Sheriff L. L. ('onrad and abandonment of the Okyechobeebranch 'I'. licnn Party's record for those years holding practices thin week under

L. L. Conrad Jr arrived in Okeehobee alreadY have been printed with only, Clerk Roy R Raulerson of the Florida East Coast t; Let's look them over. the direction of Clyde Durrance assisted -

,' this week and is spending a Democratic and Republican candidates Upon motion by Commissioner Railroad In the amount of 165000. I So let us go back only four jears by Carl Durrance and they

ihoit leave here from the United named and are being mailed Swam duly seconded bv Commls- BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED thata Let us suppose that on January 1, hope to have the team In shape for

States Navy He has seen service out. and Gray said "Nothing but a sionar Bass, the minutes of meetings copY of this resolution be deliv- 11040, Thomas E. Dewey was sitting the opening of the season

in foreign waters for the pant several Supreme Court order will stop me held during August 1944 were read ered to the Board of Public Instruc- I In the White House and the GOP V

months and says it Is mighty from sending them to the State's and approved. lion of Okeechobee County. had a majority In Congress.

good to be able to get home for a soldiers and sailors" Reports of Marks and' Brands for Passed and adopted In regular 'I What kind of a job would have Mrs. J. A. Hulsey

hort stay The Secretary of State already has Districts No. 2, 3 and 4, were received session this 4th day of SeptemberA. been done

told the Socialists and Prohibition and ordered ',filed In the office D. 1944. I 1. Great Britian would not have Buried

Mr.." and -Mrs.. L. 1'. Mercer Sr parties they do not qualify a, po- of the. Clerk. ut the Circuit. Board County Commissioners received the 50 overage destroyers Saturday
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received a letter 'this week from itlcal parties under the Floridalaw Court.: t oWchoVee"CourltyTFlofldVtl I *hrt U-boat'almost"cut her life .- '--"

their son, L. P. Mercer, Jr. In and, therefore, they cannot get The Financial Statement showing By C. E, Drawdy, Chairman line to America; Mrs J. A. Hulsey died at the

which he says he la getting along their candidates on the ballot. balances as of AufcVist 1, 1944 was Attest Roy R. Raulerson, Clerk. 2. There would have been no home of her daughter, Mrs. Carlyle

fine He li stationed aboard the Leaders of the Independent party presented as follows I lend-lease program; Thomas, Friday afternoon after
General Fund . .86,267,42Fine along
U S. S. Miantonomah and la now movement who drew up a slate of The following vouchers were approved 3. We would have been caught illness Mrs Hulsey had suffered .

-i'rung overseas In his letter he Presidential Electors in Jacksonville & Forfeiture Fund 47J2.47 and ordered paid when funds i on December 7, 1941, with almost many years from a cancer of
. 450467
>tales that he has been In and out :Monday contend a 194J law defines Road & Bridge Fund are available! the tiniest army in the world;. the stomach and had only recently
Fund . . 403.72
Agricultural 4. would have
We had
"' a port that we see much In the a minor political party II one which GENERAL FUNDC I almost no returned here from the hospital at

I lapoiM' about but can't tell just has failed to elect a majority of the Outstanding IndebtednessFund E. Drawdy, sal Co. Comm. air force. Orlando where she underwent long s
. . . . 847.44
6. We would have been commit
which one Presidential Electors In two consecutive August . . . . .$7430 I treatment.
. . 19,65862
Fund
Race Track
ted to a policy of Isolation.
Presidential elections Earnest Hilliard sal, Co. |I Funeral services were conductedat
the Independent 1940 General Refunding 8,551,38 Comm. . . On the Record
,
Lester Stewart has been disiharged Therefore, they maintain, Aug. 74.30 the Okeechobee cemetery Satur-
the and return- should be entitledto Withholding Tax Fund 14.80 B, C. Swain, sal. Co. All this la on the record.
from army party a ________ I day afternoon and burial followed.
id to his horn here Tuesday. Lester have its candidates on the ballot Comm, Aug. . . . 74.30 Isolation? On March 30, 1940, .The funeral\ was In charge of Yates
Total . . . . $44.007.42
declared
entered the army in January whether it previously' existed or not. R. E. Bass, sal. Co. Dewey : "We must elect a Funeral Home of Fort Pierce. .

mil wn tent to Camp Blandmg and The same point was argued by the The following Resolution was presented Comm..: Aug. . . . 7430 Republican administration which :Mrs. Hulsey was born in North'

later he was transferred to Kansas Prohibition party. by Commissioner Swain, W. F. Walker, sal. Co. will keep completely out of Dakota seventy-four years ago but

i'ity, Mo, where he was dischargedfrom The Secretary of State, backed up seconded by Commissioner Bass, Comm.. Aug . . . 7430 European affairs" moved to Florida many years ago,

b!' an opinion of the Attorney General and unanimously adopted: RoY R, Raulerson, sal I I Destroyers for Britian Even settling with her husband and chI!

held that the 1943 law was IIESOLU'I'4ONWHEREAS Clerk, Aug. . . . 147.10 after France had fallen, and twc dren In Citrus County. She moved

Virgil Sutton, who Is with the parsed only to give the Republicanparty the Florida East Coast T. W. Conely Jr., sal I days before Winston Churchill's with her family to Okeechobee about

army In New Gulena writes his the right to name Its party Railroad Company has seen fit to Co. Atty., Aug. . . 6000 famous "blood, sweat and tears" thjrty-five years ago and had lived

mother, Mrs Claudia Conrad, that officers In convention instead of by filea petition with the Interstate T. W. Conely, Jr., sal speech, Dewey opposed any further here since

hi i i. getting along fine but hopesto popular election, and that it does Commerce Commission for the abandonment Co. Judge, Aug. . . 122.70 aid to Britian because it "might The pall bearers were J. F. Bond

be able to come home some time not change the old definition of a of the Okeechobee Bessie Alderman, comm. lead to Involvement. John Rhoden, C. H. Parkerson, S,
branch of the Florida East Coast Col. . . 125.00 Lend-Lease ? As late as January
--non lIe also sent her some Jap political party. Tax Aug. M. Swain, S, R, Ralfanlder and Bry-
.Her and paper money which hadb The old law says a 'recognized Railroad from Maytown, Florida to Robert La Martin, comm. ,. 15 1941 after Britian had barely ant Bowden.

,'on captured by him. political patty Is one which has Port Mayaca, Florida, and T. A., Aug . . . 125.00 survived the blitz Dewey said that V
five per cent of the State's registered WHEREAS, the removal of the J. L. Chandler, sal lend-lease would "bring an end to

:Mr and Mrs, John Chandler re- voters, Florida East Coast Railroad from Janitor, Aug. . . . 8890 free government In the United Mrs. G. B.
Camp
States" and added that it would
i.cived a letter this week from their The Independent party of Florida Okeechobee County will cause a W. B. Hargravei. sal

-on Sgt. Glenn Chandler, who Is In named the following slate of electors tremendous Inconvenience to the Supr. Regis? Ajug. . 40.00 permit the President to "give away

the European theatre of war, In pledged to vote In opposition property owners of Okeechobee County Welfare Board. | the whole Navy." Died Sunday A.M.

which he says he is getting along to the Democratic party but free County and also a great loss of relief, Aug. . . . 350,00 Preparedness If the Republican

fine but that he would like to be to cast votes for any other good taxes collected annually by the T. W. Conely, Jr., sal Juvenile | Party had been In control'' the bill -

home In Okeechobee so that he Democrat that might be named: F. Board of County Commissioners and J., Jun., Jul, Auff 46.00G. to build an army through the Se' Funeral services were conductedat
I I lective Service Act would have been Gainesville Tuesday afternoon at
could get all the fish he wantedonce M. Turner, Pensacola; George S. the public schools of Okeechobee C. Durrance. sal. Act.
more. He wanted to know Patterson, St. Petersburg; C. C. County, andWHEREAS Pros Att., Aug. . . 74.30 beaten. The Republicans in the three o'clock for Mrs Geo. B. Carip
House voted than two to one who died at the Gainesville Hospital
about the fish, turkeys and deer. I Holloway, Clermont; Carl Hanton, the Board of Public City of Okeechobee, water, more
I Ft Myers; Walter M Pierce, Mia'nl; Instruction of Okeechobee County C. H. & jail, Aug. . 810 against It. The count was 112 Sunday morning at 11:30.: She
62 for. was laid to rest Tuesday afternoonIn
against,
:Mrs: Emmaneul Hazellef received Harry N Voorhls, Orlando; J. K. II unable to advance their pro rata Photostat Corp, photostat 50,000 Planes 1 1j the Gainesville cemetery

letter this week from her bro- David, Jacksonville and Will M. share of the estimated expenses of paper, Aug. . . . 26.66 i,
a Mrs. ,
j Our Air Force? When the Pros Camp was formerly resident
ther, Sergeant Merrill P. Hardy, In Tract, Jacksonville. I II counsel hired to oppose the aban Florida Pwr & Lght. Co. .
Ident, In 1940, called for an air of Okeechobee, living here 20
which he asked her to send him I Mr. I. Beverley Nalle was named donment, andS'HEREAS I elec.. C. H, & jail, Aug 13.97 .
I force of 60,000 planes and: an annual years before moving with her husband
the
State Executive Committee Chair \ upon request from !itason's Ice Delivery,
Okeechobee
the address of any boys
I of 50,000 planes, to St. Petersburg and later to
who are In India. Says he has not man of the Independent party and entire Board of County Commissioners Ice coupon books . . 2.90 production
Dallas i Gainesville She well
Dewey said In a speech at was knownby
of them thus far but would Lester W Mitchell, Jacksonville, was the three members of the L. L. Conrad, attend. Co.
seen any Texas May 27 1940 all of the older residents of
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like to go and see them If he could named Secretary. Board of Public Instruction, namely: Comm., Aug . . . 4.00 "What, i la the, good of talking I Okeechobee
--V W D, Coker, W. H. Harden and W. Claudia A. Conrad, sal. i '
their address. He also encloseda
get I unless we know Besides her husband she Is -
{ about 60.000 planes I survived
of Indian CARD OF THANKS J. Thomas, agreed to set up In their jailor, Aug . . 6960
piece money. what we are talking about? To by two sons, Ceo B. Camp,
budget for their next fiscal Year, I
Two)
I Ir (Continued on Pair produce 50.000 planes a year It will i Jr., of St. Petersburg and John

Mrs Lulu Legler received a letter The Primitive Baptist Church of take a plant four and a half timesas Camp of Alachua and one daughter,

this week from the Finney General Okeechobee wishes to express our large as our present plant, Including Mrs. F. F. Burr of Okeechobee.
Hospital at Thomasville, Ga., In heartfelt thanks to our friends who I'
NOTICE all plant capacity under Mr. and Mrs. Burr were In Gainesville
which they say that Pvt. Theodore have recently contributed to us to I construction. Experts estimate It at the time of her death, Mr
transferred to help in the repainting of our church
Awbry has been four to Burr returning home
Automobile Drivers Licenses sale would take years accomplish Wednesday
are now on
At. building.
Lawson General Hospital at
while Mrs. Burr will
lanta, Ga., where he Is undergoing Such acts of kindness shall not at the office of County Judge T. W. Conely, Within this. three years, It turned tomorrow. return home

treatment. He was wounded in the soon be forgotten. May the Lord's Jr., at the Court House in Okeechobee. All out, America was producing 100- V

fighting In the Pacific several blessing be yours. to enjoy. car drivers must have their new Drivers Li- 000 plane. a year.With Mr. and Mrs Kit Bowden and two

months ago and has been returnedhere V The Committee cense.for the year 1945 on or before October I this record, anyone can sons, Kay and Paul Howard were

for treatment V Mr. and Mrs Johnnie Thomas of First. Itf44.! You are urged to come early and see where this nation would have visitors spending a few hours here
been on December 7, 1941, had the Sunday with Judge and Mrs. J. E
avoid the last minute rush.
Mr. and Mrs Joe Kahn of Pahokeewere Miami are pending two weeks at
I GOP been In power. Lovvorn. They left about noon for
visitors her. a short while the Durr Fish Camp at the mouth I I II
I True,. Dewey later changed his Monticello where they will make
of Kissimmee River. h
enroute to Sebring.
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THE OKEECUOBEK NEWS FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 8, 1944

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----I t County CommissionersContinued mission for authority to remove the session this 4th day of September I i'.inhi.of Ikeethiilioe, Slalu of Klur-

(Okcrcljnhr l tl l'f\t61 j Weekly DigestOf branch line from May town, Florida, A. D. 1944. I I| Ida. nli'Ki, IIII'''.rerilfli'ntH. nr ,'ertlr .

( from to I'ort Florida, Commissioners
page 1) Mnyaui Board County
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I..eIl1l'd according tit
miss" situ II ho "
Published Every Friday by the Rationing t i i Withholding Tax Fund tax NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RE- Okcvchobee County, FloridaBy I Inw the iriiicrly, described In such

Ofcwchobiv News Co,, at Okeechobee withheld for Aug. . 10.00 RESOLVED thai this Board go on C, E. Drawdy, Chairman cerllflinle or ccrllfluitoi will liu sold
Okcechobes County Florida, r News From OPA Inter Co, Tel,'& Tel. Co., tel. ''record opposing the removal of the Attest) Roy R. Raulerson, Clerk. to the highest bidder at thu court
-.-- ___ _.____ __ __ I Co, J & Clk. Aug . 16,67 I railroad from Its present location I house door oil the first Monday In
I ,I tbe month, of October 1944 which lethe
BRYANT BOWDEN ... ? Editor: I --- The Okeechobee News on the grounds that It will handicap 1'inl day, of October, 104.
-- -.- .. -- Ritnm f'iili mini Cm, week of i adv, & ptf| .. '' '' '' '' 86.00 I the progress of our county and fur. M)TIC.: IiFI'I'UC110S T\'" I LED 1'IIt | Dated Ibis .tilth day of August V.M4.
Entered rn second class matter : I 1 11. II. Raulerson. tress ofCltlaenl' tin.,r that the removal will seriously Hilua noII.. 1i.11'LEItSON.
ptiMiihi; r 4. Notice Is hereby glu'ii that
July t. 1114.! at the Post Oft! In I
Circuit Court ofIk
Processed Foods Blue AS through Committed curtail the development of tho town Hancock, the hoMer of the following Clerk
Okeet+lobee, Florida under the | 10 donation . .. . 1,690.00 j and the properties, which In many ii-i'tltriuiln' \ has filed said oortlfont! ',I <'erlioln'i' CountKlorlilq'
I/i Rook It valid lit points
Act of March 8, 1971. i now '
. .-.---- -- ..----- each for the with tok..nGood FINE & FORFEITURE. FUNDT I I 'imlances. In our opinion, were pur. fur a tux deed to l hI' Issued thereon of --_.-. --
W. Conely I Jr., i chased by virtue of the existing The efrllflinlii" iminher mud yen
Reading! notices In local columns I
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Indefinitely I' I ltuiiii><>. tin' ,'e.erlltlon| nf the prop
10 cent a line. Rates for display: Meal and Fats: Red A8 through I docket fees Aug . S.OO branch line. ert sod) the nnim- In whMi ItSHM was,
advertising furnished n.! C. Durranee i BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED ELECTRICAL WORK
on application (i-, ( Rook 4) now valid at 10 | srl nrins follows-
Classified advertising! :3 cents each for use with tokens. pOlnt'j conv. fees. Aug . 5.00 that a copy of thin resolution protesting infinite Nil til. Venr of Teen
each word per Insertion AH Items finitely i Roy R. Raulerson cost bills the abandonment of the an. >.<. 1DST P. P. EVANSHOUSE

regarding! enterprises conducted for No. 30 81 i| Co. Ct., Aug. . . (.80 branch line be forwarded to the 1 I" vi,'I>ii Ion of "prnportt:
profit are chargeable at cdvertlslnf SUitor Sugar stamps 1<1"'!. HIV. ,. Twp| :37 Hg :M\
32 and :38 now Rood for five points II L. L. Conrad, coat bills Chairman of the Citizens' Committee :NIIIIIIIn, nhlili imst'sied. .1. I I. WIRING
-- -- ---- --- -- each Indefinitely. sheriff Aug . . . 133,88ROAD opposing abandonment. j jI 1. dri l ,.

the Advertising first of each bills month.are payable Parties on I Tanning Sugar: Stamp No. 401 & BRIDGE FUND I I Passed and\ adopted In regular j \1 1 MI!f -,,ilil, prupprly| 'lining l'i Ih' .,..

unknown ro publishers required toI 1 rood for five pound canning sugar Pay Roll Diet No.4. labor $ 60.50 I -
pay In advance until February 28 1945. Apply' to" Pay Roll Diet NO.1. labor 132.90

--.--..---- loon I board for supplemental rations Pay Roll Diet No. 4, tractor I --.--
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i A grader work . . 208.60
SUBSCRIPTION RATE!: /
I THE OLD JUDGE SAYS. .
Clewlston Motor Co.,
One yen In advance $2.00 Shoe Airplane stamps No. I'
. . . 2,66
Six months In advance 1.00 and 2 (Book 3) valid Indefinitely.Fuel I tractor parts I
T'rel' month In advance .'75 Oil : Period 4 and 8 coupon Gilbert Culhreth gaa ft

now valid for current season until oil, Dirt. No.4. . 13.40 I t lThe

September 3" Period 1 coupons for i Withholding Tax Fund. tax

lid Wilson Dial in,.\t yi-nr now valid. (Alabama, withheld! for Aug . 3,50 I

'I''nl1"OA'e and Mississippi not af- : Borec Lumber Co. I, 1p kid4 \ =
Sunday Morning f i tedt i I lumber, Diet No.4. . 81.48 I r ''

OacollnpAll coupons now valid Georgia-Carolina Oil Co., I,

through November 8. A-12 coupon I lubricant . . . T4.08 I II

Herman Lie Wil,on dud at the now valid west of the Apalachicola I AGRICULTURAL FUND I II ; err t

home of his eon F T, Wilson, hero River Florida expire September' 21. C. A. Fulford, sal I

Sunday morning from a heart attack Ren own In being made now The new I Co. Agent Aug . .$ 98.30 1 1j

Mr. Wilson wa SI years old boob will contain six of J. S. Underhill recording ,
coupons a n u I II
and moved to Okeechobee about two each series each coupon worth four fees, Aug. . . 80,00 j h -
years ago where he lived with hlal gollons. jl Withholding Tax Fund tax 4 ,

son and dajighter-ln law, :Mr. and i' Ration rules now require that every withheld for Aug . 1.70 I II II

Mr. P. T. Wilson I I car owner write Ms license 1910 GENERAL: REFUNDING FUND

The body was carried to Fort number and state on all gasoline Manufacturers Trust Co.,

Pierce where It was prepared by'' coupons I In his possession, as soon registered mail exp. as

Yates Funeral Home for shipment I as they are Issued him by hit ration. \ paying agent . 4,80 I
to his old home at Birdicye Indi- ing board

anna, where funeral services were I Upon motion by Commissioner
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held WednesdaY and burial was In Reductions in maximum prices of I Bass duly seconded by Commissioner I I

that city. : gasoline that will lave Florida mo. Swain the following resolution

He Is survived by two sons F. T.I torists approximately $90,000 a was unanimously adopted: I

Wilson of Okeechobee and L. W. month have been authorized by the RESOLUTION I

Wilson of Louisville Ky., and two Office of Price Administration WHEREAS in 1914, the Florida 1

daughters, Mr. G L Russell and At the same time OPA authorized East Coast Railroad Company saw :I p ) ,

Mrs Stanley Cavunauirh, Louisville reductions In retail prices of her I fit to build a branch line from May- ; t

osene and distillate fuel which will j I town to Okeechobee Florida, and I
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V- construction of ,
mean additional savings to consumers WHEREAS: the \
Ky.Board
I this branch lino did give access to .. d
Tells How
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thousands of acres of \ -
Present values
I point on rationed "nd develop .. ',-' ,', .. ...... as s, --
meats will continue through September land along Its path and -., ..4.:.....'

To Get Supplies I but several Important changes I I WHEREAS great Interest was I "Judge, would you mind tellin Charlie here during our 13 years of prohibition What
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have been made on point valuesof taken for the development of the' what you told me the other night;: walkin you really vote for is whether liquor is going
\ processed foods the Florida Office I City of Okeerhobee by officials of home from lodge. I can't word it )just the to be sold legally or Illegally. .whether the

In answer to inquiries from homeowners of Trice Administration said the Florida East Coast Reilroad way you did." community is going to get needed taxes for'r'
who want to know how they I I today. Company, setting out the spacious "Sure thing Tim. Here's what I told him. schools, hospitals, and the like, or whether

ran tot lumber and other materials I fruit butters, prune Juice and parks through the center of the Charlie.|There's no such thing as votin a this money is going to go to gangsters and

for emergency repair.. War i raw beans have been reduced to town which, were named for the nation a state, a county or even a com bootleggers. That's the answer, boys ,
I : I' munity 'dry, We had proof enough ol that simple as A-B-C."
Production Hoard officials explained Coast
zero point value and point values founder of the Florida East .
that the Federal Housing Admin (hay,' been rcducid J on canned mixed Railroad. henry M. Flagler and I t I
istmtlon I Is responsible for residential vegetables nnd detain sizes of to- I WHEREAS through the years I
II I 7*tdmnamm sponsored b Ctnlfirut ft Akokoltt Bnrau IOU/"" "'". lot
property except farms and I mnto pulp nnd puree' I since the construction of the branch I \

therefore home owners should go to -V line of the Florida East Coast Railroad !, I II

the nearest office of that agency I many of our natural resources I I II
for assistance. I Local and PersonalMiss
I have been and are now being trans I :
"But don't ask for lumber right I 'ported to market ,by way of this

now unless emergency your ,case and Is Jour one home of extreme Is Joyce :Mercer l I. spendingthis \ route WHEREAS and the Florida East Coast : Loose talk got there first :

uninhabitable as a result of damage week \lilting her aunt. Mm Railroad Company is now petitionIng

caused by fire, flood or some similar Maurice Crew, at Auburndale, the Interstate Commerce Com-

disaster," officials warned. 1- I !
"The demand for lumber for all FOR S4LE--2">(n fence posts, all .
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purposes far exceed. present sup pine; fl. rolls barbell wire; 1 8-cu.ft. (ooX"--o.o" !..!..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..: ... \
plies. It Is today the No.' 1 critical electric refrigerator. Phone 83 or I

building material" see J. R. :Minehan. 11-3t II I
Fanners In need of repair mater Gilbert Theatre !

1.1. for either homes or farm I Word has been received here that Okeechobe I

buildings should apply to the County Mr and Mrs Cossle C. Simmonsare 1
'
Agricultural Conservation ('om'1I11Uee the parents of a baby boy bornat SUNDAY MONDAYFred a rl I II

who will help them to fill their home In Jacksonville Tuos- I:

out the proper application forms. day ,
Astaire and ,
WPB
explained that while
It
was
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has control over the repair mater I :Mr. and bins Gilbert Culbreath Joan Leslie II I R .a

Pals these other agencies are re returned to their home here Sunday

owners at all times. It Is WFBsponalble I from DeLand where they spent several IN i 1 a '
i qY ; I II II Ih I
for assisting property days with Mrs. Culbreth and
form. that must ho filled In but It. Miss Virginia Lee. THE SKY'S I ;'
the designated I
to through
BO
i is nocesasry
federal agency In order to Mrs, Ed Alderman returned to her I I
THE LIMIT
obtain approval in each individual home here last Friday from 'Sebrlnll' I I

caie. where she spent a week in the
Owners .r managers of commercial Weems hospital where she was recuperating \lsoi NEWS: EVENTS:

residential property, such\ as from a severe heart attack and \\E\PONS: FOR VICTORY ,
apartment houses, hotels etc., file I

application forms for repair material I
WTB FRIDAY SATURDAY
with their nearest -
direct Mrs. Austin Pearce returned to w
I
field office.IEEI.OI'MENT. her home here Wednesday after anlonth'l
__-V vacation.Vhila away she Charles Starrett : ,

: OF FLORID visited her son Johnnie In Newl.onlon. w
1:' TOtlllSr Conn., a sister In Memphis b" e''
y
PLANNED: : in 8TVTE C OF C {
Tenn. also friends In Washington k
RIDING WEST
D. C. and Brevard N. C.
Miami Sept. 4. Representative I
,4
Evans Crary was honor guest at the /
Mr And Mrs. J, F. Bond returnedto ,
Develop
meeting of the Tourist AI Pearce
State their home In Okeechobee last I
ment Division of the Florida

Chamber of Commerce In Miami week with relatives after spending and friends three'weeks I fn -- INHERE -
Nashville
last week. i it under

Speaking at the evening banquetat ra.InMiss They Orrel were Bradford accompaniedhome a COMES Keep youri
session
the close of the two days
toa sister of Mrs. Bond, who will spend
pedged his support
Crary ELMER
advancement a month here.CARD .
constructive program for the I

of Florida's Tourist Industry V Also: NEWS and CARTOON i
and discussed closer relationship OF THANKSWe STETSON

between State and tourist I
wish to thank all of the white
efforts
travel agencies along with COMING : ,
traveling public people' of Okeechobee for the flowers -
to bring the nation's
and cards of sympathy, especially -
to Florida. PRIDE OF THE YANKEES""RATIONING"
Rev. D. O. Alderman in the
elect made a
Florida's speaker-
death of our oved one, Bessie Lane I .
those
vrrr favorable Impression sal THE FAIR STORE
attending the convention expressed (colored). "ONCE UPON; A TIlIE""COR'ET : .

satisfaction over having his leadership Dewey Lane K-225" BUY MORE WAR. ."BONDS.
Emmie
In the House during the coming Smith +++ .. +++ .. ...,....--r-... --:-''
session 'I Eliza Williams ++':'-C' 'H+I.+ .---i.-: :..:..!. .-:..:..: 40'M
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FRiDAY, El'TEMBEll 8, 1941 THE OKEECHOBEE NEWS

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CI1CRCIIES OP CHRIST' I I IN TUB ('I ueti'i': ('I urlt'i' OP Till! "''.',111 sliuiilil' hut ln 511101 1.,1 am) : t'utiil' r.'si-nicnls for roml rlshl of I I II

SCIENIST'SUBSTANCE" XI Kill JIDICMI. CIIICUT\ IN the thrrpll donr-rlliM A 111 tlm I Iprui'iHilliiKS \\n. *IO fci-t Clue nil l) lie rtwrteil, hj' :I "-
AND Koit II\UI'CllOIII'I\ : : ; COUNTY. aiitlinrl'lug tin' lseuuuo'eI ; until 'I'insteps from any pane) ,;
YA I It LIlA. Ni". wm.) .. vnlMutdl, nnil einirirnitMl. soul ', I I""'/'"' I. an .1.'h,1 su ,Ihrn"t'd'h i: E \ From where I sit./y Joe Marsh

hniiits "olul UIIIM purl IciiMt" 1,1 ."'. i ,inn! I'liseiniMit lor and r ,.. !
la the subject of u'Hc'lfOflEiCoUNTY: :; n'u liutul. "' ,.' u C'. 'iiut" l'"ui: I. ,tlUI hull AT roml purposes" Kill.I'. '? .

the lesson-sermon which will be rend !lLu1(11)A lila Opiiernl n""I1'h,1 Ilmiiln' 1.11 1 err, ,"| 11,1 fifty Horrent (WH: of I
I'",II Inner, o( lI) 4"I .', J nil nil HUN i and; mineral rights' tutil
'In Churches of Christ, Scientist, vs.I 114.I '1.1: 'nmMiri' ,,'rlll"v," lie reserved Ii)' the Uoonl of Ciiiiinilsliinfrs C I Thad Phibbs'
I I Till :XTATK Ill'I.IIIUII.' .\. "\ '" lr X>'IIIS l > IIITll. H' IIU lr whl'h I iif KviTi'ndes.! Mslrlcl. ,
i
throughout the world on Sunday i he "'v'r,1 l I'ropwrty owners, I Imir I'lti-nst ill "!"' rii" uf I lot Ill Dili, 1). Wright & lliisaSiItllrleion .

September 10 I I Tii\uiiers... | ('II Iz-iis iiml oth- ) I)tilt ER ''Ir"Pt., (1:1): ) i>pr initniiii. mill SOMU l Formula for Fui
C lunliri I nr .i-lillllllnv$ any ) TO ,' h'o I Interest nl u lie rate, "Ithr. I\ ff X ami 3tn ft W of NK, _ ,
The Golden Text li: "a good I I rlyhu. .I II.' inInterest In I SHOW I.I.I ..,. and. "m' luilf IH'WIII I:1'.'! I ["'r 11 \WU of 1(111tills *
I prnin-m' ,lo ,lie iiffectcil l li) ) CAl'KK iiiiuiini. n more i"rUPllar (...rlpllmi\ \ W ito NJlfl ft. K 110 1t.
name I. rather to bi chosen than '" I.."""..,. o1:' Okeechohi1* I of unlit, hmnJK ."" ... In tl\I :f."'. 'J. Tw f.. BT Hgo. :K\ I

I great riches, and loving favour 1 I Con. :iij, 'jo"hl"leu".1"" 11.... ) petition t"r In this pntppcdluK.' )'1. 1 tn 10 Inc. and 21. 33 nnd I Thail Phibbs has a theory cf enjoyment we know In our we've
III'' 01 l u II i N. Imile uf ) 11J1SI nl ITort Sit Blk 3. AnuUnvmit Addition heart
rather than liver and gold" (Prov lull 1. "r 1,1 'In' nffii-teil' 111)I Ii 1'"rll.: IJ.11I..ltEO" of .%uiutact I mil' 1 tu 4 Inc.. Blk. in, son Hi ,I all his own. The more done a good joo \,
i"i') wm ihi-reliy.? (II 'I I I
"I'h"h. he Is from working at the
erlit 221): l'i>r, ndnnts I Im .UU. A. O. I\S."I.: ; i."i,. t. :a.i i n, I cOol 10. Bttt. ((12 I UI'e Front \\horc I sit, lhn' one

I Among the citations which I Clrcli Jmliaa \ i'I 1: v or (Ik..h"h. WarPlfnt the more fun he has of the tiling this
comprise Ti'ij I' vi.v'iK l ..11'I..<)lU\I) TIM! : \ 1- J1 Si-pi tx I ,In ,1 1 0'. nn.I II tn 12 I III". !I with the strain liis (aught We're all
the Lesson Sermon li thofollowing hIJVKCXI:: I "IMUII'IJIITT; OVYNHIK I.l K 7. I'I ltof OlcpechiilMi' piching us.
1'\\.1'." 1':118.: (' IT 11. K.XM: ASH 1 ,. I I. i1 I nnd l 12. nil.. ICi, Cllj |I bojs ihcsq summer evenings."That's of u< working' bart at our Jobs,
j from the Bible I : II') : I.I: I, I'.W i, cl!
>> HA\ lt AIM uf Ol'h..h"e! I I tlolnz nur lc\r |Lest to pull OUl'dest'rte
'Heart for I will of excellent .\;.NHn'lll' :: "i'. II i i'I'Lpit 1 fNEKT XO'tVI I. 'til I. S '1. '4 oiiii I in In 1J I iou'. belBWe I feel that I
; speak :" i IN: I'lIOl'HltTY BBKKCTKll li OKKKI'IIOIIIOIO POI'NTV. P1.OUHIA.t HII.I I i.l.: Clli ii' lli,4uiIi'' ,' I II Thail swiyn aIllillI'. wIAM.llt we're Icarnlns the

things; and the opening of my lips l4\' 'I-LIR IHM'ANriO b', '\ < IN 1944 I I OKKKi'lKIHKK: 1 I : C,It'\'I': ''. n.OU I :NOTlci'" '! IH'MHllBBV OIVIDN tostiin.Kilinit I in i. ,i 1 IL'u.u-lioli.p; : \ And I wonder If ho Isn't :
shall be right things. I lent In the SVMIUAt.: HIII'TMHM: : (n !ertlim U of Chunier IM .ts .' to 1 i.. mid, 1 v tn 10 Inc.. i iIllk right liome-cooltcd meal, a
way of righteousness, In the midst 'ISSI"'H OK. 1IH4 '. 1It-i111-l.1. I l.mm uf l>'lnriilii. Acts uf 1WI7. Us u'|,\ uT (Hipeulmliep I wonder if we don't enjoy Klosi of beer tilth( frlcnd-aro

1rf.: .'J I'IIIW 'TO (III TO / ''it tinMl'l.l'IIV I ACT. and III I'll mi- i "I. I. I ii n",.i a. Ilk. io.;; fiM'. things In propui'tion as we knowwe've moi'p wclrome than
I of the paths of judgment That I I'Kr'Kli! IX:: ANYV: \\' 'I : "le. of t'limiivi'" lii ))3N. l.nws of |fl">r. .i o)'uioltee {I now ever. .
I .V> lhi B VBItDI li a little because we've earned them!
i III Ii. known us
i
j,11 '
i M:;: earne tem
>
may cause those that love me to 1. Ih !Slnle' ,,.t Flm-lilii' tlir.'llttll the ;! .\ : I 1\S\UI:: II'rlCr ACT. i i \ I.'IIIN:,:nr'::. if I'l IK,'Ml,isiriivu Ol'I HU welcome

Inherit substance; and I will fill Stiti, > .M.orney. ', for Ike :Miitb .ludli'Inl I u I' ", f.1',', I 'l ii! ", ,0111111" ( 1'r I'Ii ( FLORIDA
.. I'"'rllil of Klnrldn. In nnd' for Okeellobee I III I 1'vii. .ill I.e I Dulllhilli i' tileS. '. I'" i !"M! OK than after a hard day's work?
their treasures" (Proverb. 81 6 SO ( sevi'rill I .1. be ,. c'c1'1)IItIINJltl; ; orl / .
'illuitSOil till* prop 1" ( nun Ii..rl'1'l I : wi l : ':'. Do we appreciate our little {
'rr.\' "I0"' '., liiYtii\cis, elllyens nndllii'iH iff.'n" ,I im mile at |puulttie ( for I"IIAOI
21). I lni\lnir nr rliilinlnu any right ''hp hi. ,,.1..0 I! .r I null Mil., .'"''J"'I'' 111"RU. ,, pleasures quite a much as when 'b

The Lesson-Sermon also Includes I 'Ill'. ', ..r Im' .nut, in iitnpcm' 'io be nf.i ID tinrltilit, ', of the Triisti of the I ITn l\ I lo\: .:. n"I1".II. Agent for Trus- 0 ,_ _
li-d I'.v the 'Issuance of the bm rn "I'M,.,1rot.n1I1 i | Ftinil anil, of IhuII Ii,.i n' I luiuriivvuient
I the following} passage from the, '" "lolt"tin", r nieoll
Christian Science textbook "Sci ii 'iifn-ieil, \ ,1 ,ihenby.\ nn hereby re tilungi. IIIIIIrt I. '' any and nl (c-rgluili'H( lirnlnaup I 1ul ,

qut) M u In niii-iii, '' In.'lure u III- Circuit .'I,,1 'I' n ti t 111' 'o'ii rt hiushotil'enhlig I District, County, I'lor- -- ---- ---- ----
ence and Health! with Key to thecripture. c MM or ii\' Mhiiliec ('".ti. Floridaroiui.ii'iiHe 10 tIll i'i.i'i I. AM mi the IHth ilnr I Ida Okoelobe

I ii "". I : In I'Virt I'lerce if >"I.'I1I''r.' 1MI I. AII ii, hit
$ by Mary Baker Eddy "I..,u.i', iln I l 1-'fa' dii nfiiteinlier\ t iiiml, nf "IIMI nrrps or miirn '.11.

"The eluoldation of Christian Science 1 I .' til ,<'i 'loi-K, \ M. ,nnd show I Ih HIP luilf nf ;pplrulpiim! nnd tlirce.funrtliil' IF YOU want to Rot married, write More Bonds Today
,a-.. I 'ill i iii-i, ,1\, ,n '.I' 'Hi. |1">ll- : r oilier inln I '' nlll I bo ivr\eil IMIn" fly
lies In its spiritual sense and I i 'n i KM: it t" M> ,Milili>d prn- ",., .< i,1 I i Hi I. I Inti nuil, ,. Impum nn m, Box r. Vuncou\er, Wanh

this sense must be gained by it" .
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disciples In order to K''>"i P th I

this Science. In t'hri- NOTICI W ILECTIONWHERKAa. D. IJeth) f.1 (41t| Tl the rouO asaaadmsstt eg BM- are t sntnln sues ssunlrtpmlltt er ly oa aspiration
of
meaning I| The flMl\an .! WSJ shall 0e s tsnaof ** tn of the Oonstttuuon town. and net eaharwis a a County
tian Science substance is undrr muter tto Coniututioa ut ". .< .M four years and t lt bum of ta* Stale s1 rtortda. ralmtUMsxaMsrsa .said O o old. onto
ma.. eg rearta 4 ... ..... (") .esnt 1. eanncr essd m e. Tb OUI of Dad U Ota of thsCounty. OUI. ProsscuaIng -
stood to be Spirit while the opponents tattoos propostni smsndmnt tm ta* I of tan yean from amman and the -11 at Illal"U" t. Attorney BICtor ad wIthIn
Constitution at too BUM ot Florida, sssdth urn of the Osneral Election of I "l one eboU.be
citIes the ,
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same is. said Countlee and all
duties
of Christian Science he!,,"M *sm* wsr agreed *. bv a vwssX and thsreaftar said Senators shall: hereby a t. a submitted law or which may b* hereafter of ths County Solicitor within each of
M 1 created each of said
by law la
thm-finhs of all ths mmbn sssrted elected
for a term of four to ta* (Met*** Stat said
shall
substance be matter" ( 34V: If become the dutiesof
to shall the
p. to **ch house; that the vets am said C in oas* of a vacancy in fro of Florida st th* Qeneral Bsctlon Ctl. rl and control Outl. In each of said
fix budgets I' t Btt AItnn
21 31-1). Joint Resolutions war enured upon Pe la offIce steorstart Representatives to be bald tbo reepl'
.
1 for the and Imposing

thair respective Joumsls, with tb IM te
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:yasaad Ju approval or rejection; M 1 o I
1 to be 7. On and after the _-
Imposed uponproperty
aajr* &thereon and they did dusaun > that Section M ot m IUa" 810
: k : la Counties. subject to ot the terms of the
Lg and direct that tha said Joint Bel Cnt
Advertisements a JOINT RKBOLtmOM FTOpostng to ot the of
O""tl llxs taxes within rt the Criminal Court of
Resolutions be submitted to th* electors a 0 0"1
.i at Amsnd !IeOtl II of ArtIcle V of the l d I .to N.t. .a municipality, town and Orange Counties which
th* SUM st th Camera Elsctisa at ... lb. Stat lowe: pin D.d to
November. 1044. f P district special taxing anaand ; each are or nave beenelected
"llnl
Relating to Justice District Seotloa M Ta Lstlsiatun shall o ole
Tax Assessor in each on 1949 the office
NOW THEREJTORE.: 1. 1. A. .
j NOTICE hose of th* Peace. establish a uio system D- of 1 Counties shall In determiningeach of the of the Criminal
Sacnury at SUM of the SUM of ORAY'I Clerl Cou
TnllahassHi'. .I'ln and .
I BI BT THI LBOIS- Inmm..n. assessment add the amount levied of both .
do ambr glv notlc that I aOLY Ount.
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A'HIT.: :3:. 1'Hl s LTUR OP FLORIDA b. applicable ease where and by such coinage to the Clerks of the Civil of Record
:NOT1CK In horpbr (.tlvcn I hut th.Ktnto OINfRAb ILICTION fallowing amendment t* 8c- local or special are provided or Imp by the and the of Crimes In Dade
j Hiinril' or Kduratloii. State at wfll a* held in ..ocla.nt7 at .Floridaoa lion 11 of ArtIcle V of the Constitution may hereafter b* provided by the Legislature Counties of Dade and r..pll. County Cour bs .bollahe and the

}Florida' offer fur sale to lie snlil I.> Tuesdsy next succeeding. Ik fOist I of lb. Stats of Florida b* and that may be inconsistenttherewith. Section 2. That and Oan.after midnight duties of the Clerk CriminalCun
Svondsy la November A. I) U44, la* on
the highest I hI'l\ ,Icr. I In Tnlliilinoi'< said the same is hereby agreed and the December 1944. the County of Doth Counties
I Florida at U "HI ,,'rh..kOOS., Sep KVINTH Tuesday being DAY the Of NOVIMBgRsor same shall be submitted qual. rUe .la off le o State Tax Collectors 311.the Counties of the duties of the Clerk of the
temlier 1.'lh. l'H4! the fiillnwlnf land tnt rstlflestlon or relectloa of the tIled electors st the general ell 18 Dads and Orangs. State of Florida Civil Court of Crimee 'In Dade COlllY.ball
In OKEFCHOBEE COUV1Yest : said Joint Resolutions proposing amsndmnti in 1M4 for ratification or NIIUo A RSBOLTJTION Proposing to shall each become the Tax Collectorfor all bs .um8 taken over
\\ Half of Section in. Town to tOts. Constitution ml she SUM "SIO 21. Than shall Dt more JOIN and Section Seven all ad valorem and acreage taxes become a duties of the
hip' 34.. South! Itange 35 Eont 3'J1neres. of Florida yix Justice District I each of Article zvm al the 1.la and Imposed for the calendar respective Clerk of the Circuit Court
county, and there shall b* Con.ttutlo o Dade Counties
and I
Oet O. the subsequent years (sx-
State of Florida
This: Notice Is published In "corop'l A JODTT RESOLUTION Proposing Justice of the P..c re M.Iuto cept taxes required t* pe col- Section 8 rsjt assumption 0 new
Term of
Persons Appointed 10.
th* amendment of Section 1 of duties this
Article District, who under the provisions
*ni e with SwtlniiK 2M1J:; Hinl 85811: I f or Keeled to Vacancies in Elective led by "'a Clerk of the Circuit
Florida( Statutes 11)11 I IX of the Constitution of PIIrIBel.tln. Pears. existing Just!. Dtstrteta Office OPr Said Constitution Cou within each of said Counties. Article shall not entitle any ofc
to Taxation. Hereby the Ledsla- :
all and 1 Icr.ae cmp.W.ton
'Ibe State Hoard of Kdiicitton: reserves NtIM. County taxes
BI IT RESOLVsTD BT TH* LBOISLA.
and all BE IT RESOLVED!: BT THS: LEGIS lure Act from lima 1 all ad valorem and acreage tales imposed new duties
the right to reject
any I I
LATURE: OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA: time, ccangs the boundaries of TUna OP THB: SAT OP FLORIDA by any hall bs Imposed shall continue to lie
111<10. such District That the to Sec Ut :gUZ.t governed by the general law of thsStat
of ', That tbs following amendment: to Section so o hoe. .tb.Ube. trict, or other
BY OKDEU of the Slate Board
e and Section 7 of Article XTin I'ug
and be here.
as It is or may
1 of Artlcl IX of th Constitution m .t.bll 10 within each of 10.
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Education. Stale nf Florida. I' 01 Florida ralatlng to taxation b* and or hen- Constitution o the Stat ofFlorida 'lr Legislature may." : after as relate to tbs fixing of their
SI'ESSAKD L. HOLLAND :
and th la herebyagreed theiR
after Misting Provided however respective salaries or prescribing
I th. same I* hereby agreed to and shall said col
Governor b that any such change shall b* submitted 1. and the same be submitted ea Ool.oto. ... maximum! compensation from fee;
submitted any
I to the electors ot th*
ATTEST to the of the qualified lectors of tbs tr. o however that each
: Stat of Florida for ratification at rejection pp. any county else* within said tiN eel- pr.lded ono
I'OMN K.Mit.lSH. Secretary by at th* next Stat of Florida for ratification or TI- shall each remit to desig assumes the b.r.1 .tt
the General Bsemtlon eet
I Mute Board of Education" i at next ,' election.In at th* next ensuing general let t duties take
I I jlo official of taxing 'ldltlolla t
to b* held in 1944 a* follows: "er Sections lI.te prop : .
Flied of assistants
NOTICE OF AI'PLICtllOJJ JOB >, Section 1. Th Legislature Shan (re- June 10, oto. crstary .. ( ':of.k'ct'NThJI the Con- such taxes their respective Cooll.. and expenses of the office empl

TAX DEED I rid fotII11101'm and qual rat tf D Prl b* a may be .colete. .. Bach 0 e may b* approved by the BudgetCommissions
i I taxation sxcspt that It may provide read .. b of such Counties by
a rolo. shall each etat- o
for special rate or rate on Intangible JOn aUOI PI a I "Section ft Th Ool.ct I.
Notice Is hereby gives that Frank i t.r o oo 0 full and one such other supervisory authority asmsy
property, but such special rat or rate .ll Iu.
AV. /nmler. the linlili'r of t the f"I1III II 1| shall not exceed two nulls on th dollar stitution an Additional of Florid Section by Relating adding th.r a the appointees elective to office under this Constitution any tax ad .tatm.nt. tales all Notwithstanding bs established any by leneral the Leglnlature or .

.....Ifli-nle has filed Skill eertlfleatie of tbe assessed valuation ot such Btat Attorneys. Judge shall extend only to the tint during one ae. ae laws the pro.llo of hl .p.clal

to'a lax ili-ed to he tinned. thereon. I| to Intangtbls any obligations property; secured provided,by that montage as := of Record and II Tuesday at tb first th. Monday toJanuary each parcel any of alc property and upon shall b* .. Leglslaturs -
: and
Judge and at electo each lot of personal and all may give interpretation -
4 The certificate number and of deed of trust, or other lien the prperty. rMn.bl.
of
t. year Record of qualification 'U" tax certificates mall to coverall to the ph... and Sections
iHSiianpe the description! of the *I legislature may prescribe an latanlble Icltor )] for fill. "Section 1. I a eases D election tales upon each lue" of real of this Article direct
prop the
_ ... le
tax of not than Iwo (1) cbi
; more of such to till .aanol. I office lIuc election for each calendar and effect by related I.. The
.., srt$, and the mime Iu''blh It was mills on the dollar, which shall aa oV for that shall property year lure mel bv law the compensation .
to after bs sold by each Collector %s Is
assisted are as follows: i payable at the time such mort...., t'C'lth. 1M. by :unexplred term oellclol on or may be provided by law. as relate of each ellll and the rx-
i deed of trust or other lien is pr*. pointment and first Tuesday Monday to County Taxes, sod tax certificatesnot pens and conduct of each office sffected -
Certificate No. 300.'lIr of ISKIU | sented for recordatloa said tax to *. flrmatlon .*. 0. In January next after such election. and which by law or fore hereby, and may abolish feevsteme

Slice, 1042.11".r.IIU"1I. I In lieu of all other intangible ssiess- BI IT THS LBOISLATURI Piled In offlo Sa.t of Stat 11d converted Into title. may where they exist In Dade and
menu on such obligations. Tb special June Orange Counties and control all
I 18. be so converted mav
1 1 by
of : 1 OF THB STATS OP FLORIDA:
property
rat the taxes collected : .
or rates or fees and of office of.I
Counties and the thepro ebar. or -
SW1,4 of XW14 of NE,;'/.. S..... I therefrom may lie apportioned by tbeI That ArtIcle V of the OWtutlo of A JOINT RESOLUTION Proposing t rats benefit p of er8IHf I fields of said Counties
I I and shall b exclusive of the Stat of Florida b by Amend Section 5. Article of ;
I Legislature V taxing authority sales Section 9 Section 20 of DL
21) l'e37, lige S3. 10 : Atlcl.
acres. adding thereto an additional sectionto
|
Constitution the State Florida
.ndmunlcl",1
all other StaM. County. District o and penalties and Interest for delln- and Section 5. 27 and 30 nf V.
NIIIII' III uhliu iHMeHned : c'hnrri'h taxes: and shall prescribesuch b* known as Section 4T of said A. relating to Out Commissioners.BB Imposed by law |: and Section S of Article VII and 8.f.
ticle to the election of quencl.
La .'011<>11... !, regulations as shall sscurs a just Attorneys.relating Judges of Criminal IT BY THB LEG 13LATURS County taxes: pro.lde authority 1 ton' 9 of Article IX o Constitution
valuation of all property both real C OF STATB OP FLORIDA: where It has a tax Interest, may of the State Oi Flprjjx' shall
T
of Record and
All nf wild\ property being: In, (heCounty and personal excepting such property the Judge County and Solicitor of the That of Article VIII of purchase property for taxes or on I I Iforeclosure I remain In full forbe and effect -s5
of Okeechohe, lit tite of Kl'irIda. u may be exempted by law for municipal cept Court Record of Eseambla County) the Constitution of the Stats of Florida and 8Ie moneys derived said S.ctiOI of laid Articles' and,
education literary. aclentlfle and o I I. and relating to County Commissioner.be from such isles and from pen.ltl.I other provisions of the ConRtlut"l
hereby to
rn.lglous or charitable purposes shall be submitted to .1e of and the sams Is hereby amended and Interest shall be and ,''of the State of Florida r.lalDR
rules' .",,'h rertmeate nr eertiTi Approved by UM Governor leaf M the Stat Florida for ratification and as amended Is agreed to and shall' distributed pro rats respective office consolidated by article
10-U. o the Election o be submitted to tbs electors of the Counties I drain- ihall remain In full force and
Hhull l redeemed I I" rejection General .f.
rates ttt
>o iniiirdlnir Filed in Office Secretary at ..... be held on the first Tuesday after t Stats of Florida at the general election are d'.t.'et. or dlorlrt and except a* they ins, ab
law he irnierty Aeserllieil In sMiih :.Lay 20 191*. first Monday lo November 1944, as follows of Representative to be held In the p.oprlon t".e, relate' to such oWe.and the ovstem
certificate or rertlfientes will he 11,1<1 : !, 1M4 for appro.a or rejection That levied fcv each p.rcl or'' of taxation ree In Dude and
Section 5. piece of property involved I Orange Florida and M to
A JOINT RESOLUTION Proposing Section 4? Judge a.nde..ba1
nt't.
to the bltfheit ClOSer at the courthouse at.t Attr@ read follows I I such offices .
an Amendment to Article 1. Section 3, of the Criminal Reorel and as Section 3. Municipalities In etch of I and few withinsaid
door ou the fIrst ;Mondnv I" 01 the Constitution of the btats of County Sllclto. (except the Judge 5. There shall be one said Counties may by special Counties. such SeetoO and the

the month of Otobvr, 11.14.'hh'h I" Florida, Relative to Census and Apportionment and Slcitor Court of Record five County County Commissioner Commissioners In each of the to be held prior to December 31.'cl/f I I Irettln changed ConstitutIon by RhRI Article moUled and
I by Amending Section 3 of County) shall hereafterbe elltrle. toe right to and i
the 2nd. dny of October 11MI.Diited of said Article so as to Designate Oaoeola elected by the qualified electors In each county which dlllCI taxes. Upon adoption .this I 1, Juus FlloJ In office Secretary 0 SUM
this 3Hth Uy of A UK int. 1014. and Okeechobee Counties aa a of their respective judicial circuits or I be numbered one t five IcUOlv.. and any municipal government within the 10. 184J
Senatorial District. Designate Broward counties as other Stat. and County officials shall as a* equalIn Counties of Dade and Orange may. I -
110V It. ItAri.EHSOS,; County as a Senatorial District and are elected 'O IOeari population The after not less th.1 fifteen lit day. A JOINT RESOLUTION Propping an
ot State Attorneys Board In the I notice by call Amendment to Article VIII of lus Constitution -
Clerk Circuit Court of Designate Calhoun and Qulf Counties election publcaton. a special '
as a Senatorial District b.JJr: : of Criminal Courts of I respective .b.1 from timeto I election to In by the of the State of Florida tteia-,
I __Okeechohee ( 011111)'. Florida.MIT I ENACTED BY THB LBO1S- Record and County (except time fix the boundarl.} of such districts qualified freeholders of such municipality tire to Assessment of Property to
LA8Tti OF THB STA1E OF FLORIDA the Judge and SIDt.. Court I Said Cun ..I determine b Taxes and the Collection of Taxes. by
Soleltor rlI'Whr
1C K OF H.M'TI: tJiat the following amendment to Beet of Record of County) shall aha bs sleeted the qu.Uf.d a ere Section 1 and 9 Adding Tb.r.1 Additional Sctoo. Ie
To the Sheriff nf ('ke'hl, (Count' i i on 1 of Article 7 of lbs Constitution be held at the Oeneral Election In 1948 I o said county at tme.lel.1 hereof be. or not be. effective within Provide the HII.-
of the SIll Ie of Florida. place for other borough State of Florida, the
: '* th* State of Florida relative to oenus to take office the first Tuesday after onJo such municipality. Such fr.eholde.
lie It I IIOWII. 'I 1 hut I I. It. .\. OKAY and apportionment designating the first Monday in Janua. 1949. ficers, shall bold office, for four voting may by majority vote elect to Tax Aasetsor Sh,1 Assess the Propertyof
Kuretiir.v 01 Stirl, of the I i snwa of 'uceoia and Gkeecnobee Counties a. ro a term of four ye.. years Provided that the County Com have such municipality come under the County the Purpose of Levying -
Fliirldii do bere give imrlee that a i :n* thlrty-nlnta (3tfi ( term or "' office of any- missioners elected from the even lIum.1 acid Sections or by a like majority of State. County School and Municipal .
UICNKUAI KLWTION: : !i trict Broward County as ths rlrtp. 01."T. or"u.b.reat appointedto bared districts In 1944 shall "n. fo those voting determine that It .hal Taxes Levied by the State. CountyCounty
,,' \ Senatorial two years. those elected In 1944 not come said Sections School Board, School DlKtrlrt
11hI'I lii'I'l I In ttkeeelmliPB Shite' ,,t Florida nn Tnemluv nestsneeeeilliitf and Quit Counties a* the forty-first ihall not be extended the odd numbered district shall serve such vote majority votes to come i I Special Tax School Districts and Mu-
141) In such offices for four years, and thereafter the under 1 end 2 hereof If nlclpalltles of the County
the flrt ;Monilov In No- Senatorial District as and the vacancy any of priorto S.cto. or
veniher. .\. l>. I Itt I. the cull( Tnrsdny .tame l* hereby agreed to and shall be said tint Tuesdsy after the first terms, .h.1 Section be for four vears: Provided any falls to call and hold' I I BE IT RESOLVED BY THE LEQISLA.TURI .
II of Article VIII
lielnr' HieM.VKNTH submitted to the electors of Florida Monday In January 1944 shall be filled such election prior to December 31 I i OF THS brATS OP FLORIDA
;; : DAY Ol'' :NoVKMUril1'or : ;: for ratification or rejection at tbe Oeu.ral by appointment by the Governor and of this Cn.ttution eb.1 not bs atfec 1944 then In either such event Sections That the following Amendment to Article .
I Election to be held on the first confirmation by the Senate a* heretofore ed 1 and I hereof shall be effectiveupon VIII of the Conmitutlon of the
I'lilted Stiiti Sinntnr frinu theSinle rueaday after Constitution but Filed in office State such municipality In State of Florida relative to tlic Asuess-
the first Monday in provided I by the ae.t o the event
nf (Fli' 'rid'". for nix i .M ,nr. fn n May 27 1>41
November, ment and Collection of all
as follows In no case'for any longer than until any municipality .1.eI not to come taxes In
1111. 3, ID! It. "Section 14'T IWth.I the first Tuesday afto tbs first Monday I under Sections 1 2 hereof such the County of Hillnborouijti State of
Tor Hltflit I"I( I'reiOiloiitlnl Eliiiurs. snail meet in regular session, A. D. In January, A JOIN RESOLUTION Proposing a election shall not affect SectIon. 4 Florida, by adding there additionalsections
For Keire| .i>'iilnll\e I of t hiSt. >1h 1'on. lY.. and those tnat shall meet every 'Any provision 19.the Cn.tltutlo to the Constitution of 5. a, 7, |. and 9 of this Article exceptas 1 to be known as Section 11 and
ffri'.loiiiil IH.trl I In I Ibe IIp''IIIY'lIll1tb Con' the representation in toe Scoots, and pealed XX. Sections 1.' thereof Relating -I In such municipality, which shall agreed to Slid shall be submitted to the
trreBtf of the 1'nlteil' MHtes. shall provide for Iorty-ou .411 e uatonal Filed II offIc Sor.ta of Stat to the Consolidation of Cer.11 remain as Is now provided by law I I Electors uf the State of Florida for
Fornveniir or the Stnte of Fffl r\ll\ II. Districts such District to lie May 18 Office In the OoUllt. of provided however that at any general ratification or rejection at the general
For Seeri'inrs. of KtMe uf the t'tiiteof as nearly squal In population s* practicable Orange, Stats and Providing city or town election held thereafter I|i Election to be held on the first 'rues.
.')orlll... but no County shall be divided A JOINT RESOLUTION Proposing 50Amendment In S.1 Counties for the Combination upon petition fed at least thirty 130) day after the tnt Monday In November.
For Attorney lienernl; of the State or in making such apportionment to Section U of the Dec. Assessments and Oolite days prior to election by ten percent 1944. .. .
rinrliln.! and each District shall bays one Senator laratlon of Rights In tbs Constitutionof tlons and Equalisation of County. Municipal of the freeholders entitled t Section 11 1 From and after January .
For Comptroller' of the Slnte nf Tier ; Provided that Osceola and Okaschobee the State of Florida. Relating toDoubie and DI.trlC Taxes and permitting I vote In such election the attention : I. 1846. the County Tax Assessor
j' l.ln Counties Florida shall constltuts Jeopardy, 6elf-Incrlminttlon Referendum and whether or not ouch municipality shall m the County of Hili.borouuu. tttat
Knr 'rr -.II."r ..r the Sfnlt> or .".,rl.111 I the Thirty-ninth I38thi Senatorial Due Process of Law and the Taking the Connolldatlon of the Office of be bound by Sections 1 and i shall I of Flor'da shall SSSPF all property for
For "Superintendent' of Public In.OI.tlUII District Broward County. Florida of Private Property Without "Compeniatlon COUft Prosecutor and Solicitor with be place OB the b.lot. and upon a Slate, County, School and Munlcl-
I r the of I shall constitute the Fortieth ((4Uth by Providing the Right of State Attme. and Combining vote e 10"01. municipality 1.1 taxes to bs levied In tb..County
i< Stub Florida Senatorial District and Calhoun and,. Persons to Work Shall Not Bs Denied the Clerk Criminal and hall "' by said Sec by the Stall County County School
t. For 'iiuinilimloiier nf Afrleullnro of I Oulf Counties, Florida shall oonstl. o Abridged on Account of M.mbe. Civil Cur. and Duties of Tit Collector tions I I I Board, School District I !, Special Tax
the State nf FloHa. I lUte the Forty-first Mlsti Senatorial ship or Non-Membership In any L 1 .lb the Clerk of the Circuit 8.ctlol 4. The County Tax Assessors SchOl DlltrCt and Municipalities,
For Two CM .Ttimleps of the Supreme District: and. at the same time, the Union, or Labor Organization; Court. County Tax Collectors of Dade I I : shall at the Lens.
Court (if the State of Florida. I Legislature shall also apportion the P.ldln, that the Rlvnt of Km- BB IT RRSOLVBD BT LEGIS and Orange Counties IIhal Impose no latv Session tn 1949 and from time to
For the 111 I Itnllroail Cvmnilmloner representation in the House of Representatives to Collectively Bargain 8b LATURE OP TOtS STAT T Charge by way of oLb.r..I.1 tm. theratr. enact laws specify!!*,-
nf the. Stilt of Klorliln.Fi and shall allow three (31 Be Pr..ne. I the Constitution of PRA'T.t upon the muolclp.lt.a. (,I duties and com
.I' Stnte Senii'jir for Thlrtv-thlril, Representatives to each ol the five I BB IT RESOIVED BT TTTS LBOISLA 'of be and the earns te hereby" trlcts, or areas within p.nllatlol County Tax Assessor, des
Seniitorlnl IMrtrlit nf the i State' of],l I most populous counties, and two (2) rURB OF THE FLORIDA 1lold.by adding Article XX thereto said Counties for tbelr services in I I Illnatl In paragraph 1 of this Section
Florida.1 1 I f t Representative to sach of the next That the STAT to the and as amended Is agreed to. and making assessments and collections of shall likewise provide by law
For Din' Member, of the buss nfileireneiitnilves i eighteen more populous counties andone folo.lnl Stat of Florid shall be submitted to the elector of ad valorem or acreage taxes or other for the extension, on the SKsessment
| of Iho Suite ofFlorida. (1) Representative to each of the SPCIIO 12 of the Declaration of Rights the Stat of Florid for adoption or duties Imposed or t be Impel here.under. II of the County Tax Assessor of
remaining counties o the Stat at .. Constitution be and the sameIs rejection at the next general electionto The Llll.tu. St.t I taxes levied by the Stats County
>'lb. tints ot auch apportionment of Florida ma for payments County School Board. School District'
For County Ju.llZ" hereby agreed to and tOe earns ihallbs be held In the 1944 to-wlt. I
For Sheriff. Should the Lelal.tu. fall to apportion submitted to the elector .a to the respective County or Special Tax School District and Mu
ARTICLE XX
For Clerk of the Circuit Court. the in the Seu.t of the State of Q""Ife ratification Counties tn an amount not to exceed olclpalitiesSection
For and la the HO e Representativesat or rejection at the fo.. Section 1 That oa and at midnight one per cent of coletor made and 1) 1 Prom and after January
.. Court.For I'rnnerntlntf. Attorney County any .Ion of ths Legislature General Election that Is to.say.ulnl December 31st. 1944. Coat, paid by the Clet 1 .a taxing 1, 1948. T. County Tax Collector
at any of times herein deei Section 11 of the Declaration of lax Assessors of the Counties authority t c..r collection II the Hillsborougn. Stat of
County Assessor nf TiixeM. mated, it hall be the duty of the of the Constitution ol the Rllht and Orsnge Bt.t of 10rlda shall and asssssment Incurred by the ihall collect aU taxes levied In
, For Tux' ('oll "tor. j 1 I t Le tsltuia or Legislatures succeedingI Florida D* amended St.t c each become -of respective Cnll. Forlel. by the County
For I ''"l1ly Siiperlnttfiideiit of 1'llb.j. such regular session of the Legislature. follows: .t r all property In their r""I"I. Section That on and after the County School Board et.t. DHtrtda.

Me Iiintriictloli. either In Special or Regular _lOll. t "Section 11 Mo parson shall b* subject Counties and tbsy shall tl expiration of the term of the County Special Tax School District and Manlclpailtls -
For Five County; rommlMlniierH. apportion the representation in to b* twice put In for dat* luak all assessment of Tai Collectors nf the Counties of Dade *.
For One ;Member' of the County Board Senate and la the Rouse of Rapreeectatives the sams offence nor Jlpar any \'alW'1 and acreage tax**, and other and Orange gjtat ot for 1 at the lei-
T"pl.tu. laU
of ruliHc Instruction. i aa herein provided. The criminal case to be a witness against are or may be Imposed upon which said Collectors ,.Ia" tlm
In Temliniinv Whereof. I hnvs here I I I preceding rere Federal or regular himself b* deprived of Uf* liberty real or pcnonsl property *r their use ed as of nF'"I IMS to time thereafter Il. ...fl .
unto. vet my hnnd and affixed the l I a. .. shall have or property lIo without due oramss Including by way of a cleric" valuation the I.heelof upon County 'ins th* power, functions, dutIes and
treat Sen I of the State of i int taksu nearest any apportIonmentof of law: nor shall private property b* ail assessments upon property fo each Tsx Collectors of li Counties of Dad compensation of County CoUetr
Tnllnhnmiee, the fiipllnl', 'lorl'hl'l I Representative in th* Senate and taken without just compensation Tbs municipality, town district sod Orsngs by and this Article designated In paragraph 1 T this
twenty-fifth day of August I I la th* Rouse of Representatives. shall right of persons to work shall not b* special taxing district, la Dade 1ht lie assumed and "'ke over by lion 11. and shall likewise provide e
1IM4. I _t la making such apportion- denied or abridged on account of mem.bershlp Orange Counties Bush ad respective Clerks e Circuit the collection, ear custody,
R. A. 011.\Y. I i! th* event the Legislature or aon-memberahlD la any .o.at ehall b* subject to review Court in and fo Dade \ Orange and dlb".m.'of all taxss
State Sen I) Secretary of State. '. hall"fdf"reapportion the representation labor union. or labor organisation: by th* County Boardof OoUIlI8. who fall then each take by T Collector .
To Hon. I.. L. Conrad. Sheriff. ofOkeechiihra I C. "pl.lu. .. NUlr by provided that this clause shall not he Equalisation of *ach County Whlo 091 books hlld. and .eoullol Piled la om. e1 at Issee.
tsus It la County shall consist of
"
County. .dm. aJoo. eonitrued to deny or abridge the right Mb Collector "r .al ,. JUlie 14 11
S sasot (and extraordinary lo of employees by and through a I.bo .. County CommissIoners 111 ene who thereafter known and The ta emnpllsne wIth
------ a* mUd fo reapportlonmnl shall BMkss orfmnlratlon, or 'labor union to member appointed fom and each tee.both .h.1 of the Cir. ..medt.. end the .
bAn
** expire at th end oftwenty oollectivelv with their ,. municipality w each County cul Or" and ''Tax CI..ctcpU of prp ums OVenaC _i_
.1OCil.. day o at all until r spmssltnrisniut Filed in offIce Secretary of Stat having a population of nor than -Ptl9 County ro wb. be Ihle.the same ar*
I ee. and .ha eon. Maya 3 OOe st tbs last census: said Boar*) la law 1.u ss
tt1 BtasrmA 111 O. Sa such 113A' of EqualIzatIon shall otherwise be go- !Clerk.Section t Oa and the ex- the SUM t. ..
o
b* ths ,.. from a
I'I. are general time the teraa TE9TTMOMT "n_.
$ t IldO' be ,te A JOINT RBSOU3TION Proposing aa In fore certain t nulleltor I of Dad and Orange D have hrua4 set
taw 1944. I to Section 14 of Article equallxetion of ; provided : tar
1 'PI which they shall be Hand end affixed
1 I ksms shall b* within of the Constitution of the State munlclpnlt. in .' :Pold at the time this Article Seal the ".

tahe 666 ..for l. 0.10 o S. Pnla. RaIsIng t 11110 County popWatoD of I O lee nay .dp"4 the But Attorneys e< Dad Sa I .. I.
and ., theClassifIcatIon .
\ .i t. nt.all 131. point add & member who respectively than Ibt t
_.' of Cities and T. be or become p at the .a be Oelll 01. Prosecuting Officer I '. : ,

LI.... Mi MalerW ........... I I -nma41 BI IT RXHptVxn BT T LJ I Equalisation for t. purpose nf equal of all the Criminal Courts .11. .
-5 I LATTJBB O* THa STATS O I.tl .. taxes ._,any .1 Daf. sod Orange Counties ,1 -St .














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TilE OKEECnOBEE :SEWS FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER: 8, 1944

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able of supplying wood cellulose fur i the lumbermen and foresters lack IF DEWEY HAD PRESIDENT/ : '' O UQTgiYYKIf! ( atJtdkfIfG I1I1IGICIC IWIIIJIIWtUIjIjJwA: IItI

Seaboard Says all of our requirements. II sufficient facts upon which to base I'

The American Ferestry Association the most effective post-war produc- (Continued from Page One)

Wood Is NeededJacksonville la undertaking the appraisal of tion programs. They do know, i mind on all these points after
I rlll'ht.1 I THE WAR NEWS CONTINUES r
the war's effects on the forest resources however, that' forest resources have the President proved their ;

of the country and Is rendering been consumed during the last threeor fulness.

Sept. Although It a service that deserves the four years at a rate unprecedented But anybody could bo a second-
TO BE GOOD :
Is difficult to predict the pros- fullest cooperation of State and in the Industrial history of Am !fruesser It 'ItI

pective future limit of forest pro Federal forestry agencies. erica The Presidency demand a man {

duction In the South, the Seaboard Without the Information that Is The development of Florida's forest oho" can he right the first time. itn ._ rON I

Airline Railway's Industrial Department to be gathered In the survey, plan. resources offers unlimited opportunity Yet today Dewey by Implication I ii I

alert to the possibilities ned to cover every forested State and it Is gratifying to denounces the vision and courage "
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of development within the territoryit and County of the United States note that State and National agencies of Franklin Roosevelt, who ALL FRONTS THE WAR NEWS IS

serves, predicts that additional the lumber industry will be handi are intensely Interested In this nized the danger and had to reCOIl-j') :: GOOD AND SHOULD ENCOURAGE ALL '

paper mills will be built and that capped I'n meeting postwar demands subject Dewey'i own party In order to pre .
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development of Industries In the for reconstruction and at the same V pare the country. I OF US TO DO EVEN MORE TO HASTEN

fields of plastics synthetic fibres time do the best possible job of That "tired old man" wan wide ;

and kindred lines will bring un conserving the Nation's forest resources Point values were raised sharplyon awake when Thomas E. DeweY ITS END OUR FIGHTING FORCES!

dreamed of demands for southern canned pineapple juice and was fast asleep-Philadelphia Rec .I '

forest products. Too few people are fully cognizantof slightly on small size containers of ord. AROUND THE WORLD CONTINUE TO

Florida forest, with their fast I the tremendous inroads the war tomato juice and all sizes of vac V I )
: BEAT THE GERMANS AND THE JAPS
MORE WAR BONDS:
has made these Even whole kernel BUY
growing pines, are pictured ns cap on resources. uum packed corn. I.
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GENERAL ELECTION, NOVEMBER 7th, 1944 THIS GOOD NEWS SHOULD MAKE

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Okeechobee County, FloridaMake EVERYONE MORE ANXIOUS THAN EVER -


TO BUY BONDS AND HELP BACK

: a Cross (X) Mark befere the To be Railroad Commissioner of the Make u Cross (X) :Mark before the No.3

name of the Candidate of your State of Florida name of the Candidate of your To amend Artlcln V, Section !1, THE ATTACK
choice or If you wish to vote a Vote for one: choit or if you wish to vote a limiting Dm number of Justice' Pence e
Straight Democratic Ticket make an -- -- Straight Republican Ticket make an latrine In any enmity to fire, pros {

X In the circle below: I W. B. ( BABE) DOUGLASSI X In the circle below: 'liiiiindiirleii:I ling, the, I.eglHlntiirn abollHh or may create change district

DEMOCR.tTIC0MlSEES: I IttJ'L'BLICAN0MiSEES' : : the next, If general submitted election to the people In Buy More Bonds Today I


be State Senator from the 33rd I For the Amendment I

o Senatorial District of the o I Against the Amendment
State of t'lolllda r -

Vote for one:
No. 4
lo vote
a "straight Kepuhlican
To vote a straight( Democratic
ticket" make an X mark In the circle | N. RAY CARROLL ticket" make an X mark In the circle!'I To nmend Artlclo V of the Con.llhitlon .
above al by adding n section providing t
above I- I I for l she! cb-ctlnn of :State Attorne -
\'*. Judges nf Crlmlnnl (Court ofIlienrd Okeecliobee County
amid Comity Solicitor (ex-
To be Sheriff of OkeechobeeCounty 'lo be Presidential Electors of the rapt Judge anti :Solicitor: of Court of
lo be Presidential Electors of the ; Florida State of Florida: ,I'l: ''.rd of Kscamblii: County) In 1'MSind !
State of Florida: thereafter and providing for
Vote for one: Vote for eight fl'ling vacancies prior to .luminrv, nS
Vote for eight: 1'U'I: : by appointment by the (lr>r.I'fiior I
I N. 0. STEWARTTo I RANDOLPH BELL and confirmation by the Sells Bank
I ARTHUR L. ANDERSON nte.
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HOWARD
I .__ I GIBBONS
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I MRS FRANK X CARROLL JR I For the AmendmentI
I WM. M. GOBER gn J

I A. J. COBBWALLACE be County; County Judge, !Florida of Okeechobee I CHESTER L. HALL I Against the AmendmentNo. Phone 15

N. iEITlII -
I Vote for one I MRS. ALMA HEWITT
I S
I LEWIS PETTEWAY a Deposits Insured through Federal Deposit
| T. W. COMELY, JR.To I MRS. :MAZ1E NORTH To nmend Section 12. Declarationof It

-L.I RAY SELDENI Ulghts In CniiHtltiitliin by pros Insurance CorporationOFFICERS
I | :MRS RUBY: TAVENNER
tldlnir' the right of persons to work i1
I H. SHOEMAKER Kliull not be denied, or tibrlilged on
be Prosecuting Attorney of I MRS._M.. R. WENTWORTH iKT'iunt of IIlI'mlll'rMhll'| or lion mewbernhlp AND DIRECTORS :
MARY SULLIVAN -- In )labor labor
I MRS. any union or
Okeechobee County, Florida "l I ot'giinlxatlon : and. providing for the 11 C, H. McNULTY, President N. RAY CARROLL Vice-President I
II
rlitlil nt collective
I I Vote for one: bargaining. .
II I E. G. KILPATRICK, Cashier
II I | Mary Sandorfur Schulman I For the Amendment I
I i E M. Meiervo J. M. Roe, Sr J. 0, Pearce Allen Usrkkan |
I I Against the AmendmentNe. i
I- I I

I II To he Superintendent of Public I 6 If.1 f.f.'jfnIX.llJj]!; .! !rJWUWt.l1JL III!J{Ill!K.III1XJ!lOt*JtlII1:: t'UtJL1t! h'

II I Instruction of Okeechobee County, To amend
I Section 2( of Article III o:0
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I Florida nf the CoiiKtltiitlon providing for n ,; : : : : :- : : : : : : : : : : : : ;( : : : : : : : : :":":":":":":":":":":":":":":":":":":":
I uniform! A' ."'m of county nod nil:. ;V t
Vote for one: "l government and providing '
I I CARL T. DURRANCE f for exceptions In Ass where thef.egldnture =:= ANNOUNCEMENT\ *
ninv Pmt It local or S|>et -
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cl.il laws JncoiislHfcnri l li herewith.iilrlpnl y
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I To be United States! Senator from I :: of 1944-45 Season *
the State of Floridator :i For the Amendment
To be United States Senator from y
the State of Florida To be Tax Assessor of Okeechobee ( a term of six years from I Against the Amendment 1

County, Florida Jan. 3, 1913)

Vote for one: Vote for one: Vote for one: No. 7 i t Concert Series _

| CLAUDE: PEPPERTo 'MILES H. DRAPERTo
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'I. ROBERT LA MARTINTo To nmend Sections 0 and T of
I --- Article XVIII of the _1 I I providing. thnt terms of office ofiiplMilntcfS

unices lo extend fill \ncnncleti 1,111In the In eleclive first. :i: In Fort Pierce :

be Representative In Congress be Tax Collector of Okeechobee be Representative In Congressfrom Tiicmlii) after the first Mnndio' In.lanuaiy y
from 6th Congressional District County Florida 6th Congressional District following the election. Hinl y y y
of the State of Florida of the State of Florida 0.1111'Ifli iitluii nf a succcsxor : nnd In ::
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Vote for one till mesa of election to fill vacancies +: bMTllh.EI'S XOox BALE I\ FORT PIERCE ATHORTON'S :
Vote for one: Vote for one: In nfll"> such' shall be fur thnt part y I
I BESSIE ALDERMANTo of the lint \plred!' term commencing ::1: BOOK STORE, :
I EDWARD W. GREB tin- first after the first
I DWIGHT L. ROGERS on Tucsdiiy
I Monday In Jim miry next after such ::: ST. LUCIE COUNTY BANK :::
1 1To election
I :: and CHAMBER OF COMMERCE :i.:
-- be Clerk of the Circuit Court of
be Governor of the State of I For the Amendment X
To be Governor of the State of Okeechobee County, Florida t
Florida Vote for one: Florida I Against the Amendment -:- ADULTAdmission STUDENT ,
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Vote for one! Vote for one: + . . . 8.33 Admission . . ? 4.17 |
I ROY R. RAULERSON
| BERT L. ACKER :>0. 8'o ::: Tat. . . . . 1.67 1'at. . . . . 83
I MILLARD CALDWELLI I '\ amend l Section n of Article VIII ,,
I nf the Constitution lro'Ilh'lt"r' I _

I flv* (5t County CummlMHlnners I>ls.trlctK ::::: Total. . . . . 10.00 '1'olal. . . . . 5.00
To be Supmlsor of Registration of To be Attorney General of the In ench county\ numbered one 'I'
to five, n n nearly n* poKHlble equal
'' be Secretary of State of the Okeechobee County, Florida State of Florida III population and ,providing for one t: The salt of tickets Is limited to 600 Adults and 150 Student

State of Florida Vote for one Vote for one: County I'oinmlHHloner from posh such 1
ill at rlrte\ : : proUdlng for the fixing of ,t,
Vote for one I W. B. MARC RAVES l J. HARRY SCHADI the boundary of such districts\ : providing
,I for the election of Countv 5f DEC. 4th
I R. A. GRAY CninnilMHloiiers from the ,county for
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:: : ="=:=_-:. .... .. _' .,h__':; I terms of four ((41' years and I boHhiggcrlng
I of chili terms of urrlce.I .
DON COSSACK
MALE CHORUS
To be County Commissioner,
District No. 1, of Okeechobee I For the Amendment I
To be Attorney General of the PROPOSED CONSTITUTIONALAMENDMENTS: .. J. JAKOrF. Conductor;
State of Florida County, Florida : : Against the Amendment i
Vote far one:
Vote for one: No 1 s l
I B. C. SWAIN \o. 9 : JAN 19th
.. I J. TOM WATSON To nmend' Section 1. of Artlel IX To amend the Constitution bv adding
I providing for n uniform nod entml Article XX. Section 1.11 thereof,
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I = rule -- -- -- -- ipcclul rate of taxation on Intauglliles Itelatlng offices to the In the Consolidation counties nf of Undo Certain i WILLIAM MASSELOS

To be County Commissioner, tint to exceed two ((2)) mills and and Orange State of Florida. and 't'
To be Comptroller of'the District No. 2, of Okeechobee unhiding such' tsx on mortgages providing In said. counties for thol I 'I' (Piano Vlrtuso)
other )liens shall
deeds of tmiit or ):
State of Florida combination of 11..1111.111. and collect
County, Florida .. Ire rornnlvil. -
h imvable when documents loin and equalisation of county, ,I,
Vote for one Vote for one: I. nnd he In lieu of all other iiiiinlclpnl' and dlntrlct taxes, and S''I'
'Intangible assessments on such: Providing permitting miinlclpiil, referendum, MAR. 23rd
I J. M. LEEI I W. F. WalkerI the, tax therefrom Legislature may he sncl apportioned and, the consolidation. of the ufflce
the
by of Countv rrosecutor and Solicitor\
I I ; shall he prelusive\ of Legislature,,1olh.r tun shsllprescribe with that, of State Attorney, and Y RISE STEVENS
and prnvdlng the combining the Clerk of the Criminal I I
regulations to secure last nnd Civil Courts and duties, of Tax :
To be Treasurer of the be County Commissioner 1 viiliintbins of property, Collector with the Clerk of the Circuit j (Movie Star and Metropolitan Contralto)

State of Florida District No. 3, of Okeechobee I For the AmendmentAgainst Court. y t

Vote fer one: County, Florida I For the Amendment t
Vote for I the Amendment :F APR. 20th t
one:
I J. EDWIN LARSOK I Against the Amendment ;j:

I F. M. .MOBLEY. No. 2 x
ITo I --- MANHATTAN TRIO
I To amend Article VII Section 3 No. 10
In Wfiil\
providing' fur the Legislature
be Superintendent of Public' and every ten years thereafter to To amend Article VIII of the Constitution -:- (.MU.NKSLhKK: : II KIUJ-\llolln: Cello, I'lano Artist)
$ by adding additional sections
the en.
"rMon represontntlon In ''
Instruction of the State of Florida To be County Commissioner, nit nni : creating the Slith.\ 40th and 4l.t to be known ns whom 11 and I
District No. 4, of Okeechobee Milt Senntiirlnl rilstrli-ta : the Sltth 13 providing that In HlllshoroiighCountv ):
Vote for one from and after January 1, A;
County, Florida to rninprtiw Osceoln nod Okpel'hoheerountlea
the 40 thIn rumprlmHrownrd 1D4U the Countv Tax Assessor assess DON'T DELAY
a I COLN ENGLISH Vote for one: County anJ the 4lBt to propertv. of count for purposes of
comprise Gu'f and Calhoiin founties State County, School anti Municipal. Ticket Sale! muttt he concluded by September 10 next to enable
i I | C, E. DRAWDY .:. : also tn apportion representation Taxes levied bv the Rtnte and t
--- Countv School Hoard. School I organization
In the UOUSH of Representatives County. officers to conclude contract
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_.1 I that the five most populous olln. IM.lrlcts. Special Tax School District .
To be Commissioner of Agriculture __ ties'o shall hare three members the and Municipalities of the
of the State of Florida next I* more populous counties shall county and providing for the Legislature
To be County Commissioner, have two members flnd the remaining of 11)13: and thereafter to
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Vote for one District No. 5, of Okeechobee piitintlei one member each! anti enact sultnli'e legislation' specifying ; ; Admission will be by Season Ticket ONLY {
providing, that failure of the Legislature powers, fiiuctlons' duties and com.pcnmitlon .
| NATHAN MAYOTo County, florida to apportion In the abovementioned of County Tax Assessors
years no tickets to individual
; ; concerts will be sold
Vote for one In a regulur session sueceedlng soil providing that the County Tax t
I Legislatures may do so tn Collector III Ililliiboroiigh County
I 10. J. CHAPMAN regular or speelnl sessions, and Inv shall likewise, collect nil taxes levied
peclnl iii'.slon for such pur pine shall In the comity( by Slate County,
be Justice of the Supreme I not h.. limited to twenty ((20) days, County School Board School Die| .
Court; of Florid or nt nil I until re.spportlonment: I* trick, Special Tin School DintHctn Tickets also available from all members of
effected, and small h* limited to that and Municipalities and providing
Vete for twoRIVERS : To be Member County Board of subject : and providing' for special\ that the Legliilntiir of 1U43\ and Fort Pierce Concert Association
1'ubric Instruction, District No.2, elections' to elect Senators In the thereafter shall enact laws specify.
I BUFORD Okeechohee County, Florida ::1111 h. 4uth and 41at districts In the hill powers functions duties and and the office of
of event fit ratification of this amendment. compensation' \ of such Couaty Tax
I ELWYN THOMAS Vote for one Collector.
The Okeechobee News
I I VAN E. LIGHTSEYI I For the Amendment I For the Amendment

I I I Against the Amendment I Against the Amendment '.
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