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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 15, 1944
Publication Date: -1992
Frequency: triweekly[<1989>-1992]
weekly[ former <1926-1945>]
semiweekly[ former <1981-1983>]
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Okeechobee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Okeechobee County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Okeechobee -- Okeechobee
Coordinates: 27.241667 x -80.833056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 82, no. 91 (Sept. 13, 1992).
General Note: "The voice of the Everglades."
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 6, no. 24 (Jan. 8, 1926).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Volume 30-Number 13 Okeechobee, Florida,--Friday September- 15 1944 -
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News of Our I PR. 0. A. ;MUU'IIV WII.LI I I MISS PEIelll LEE HUNT -
BoysIn i l'IIE.l'1I1' TilE METHODIST Mrs. Sue Crozier A
I : AWARDED SCIIOLARHIP BY Large Crowd Enjoyed, Barbecue
en nun SUMUY '11'1'I BOARD OF EDUCATION I

Various Camps | Died At West Palm : i At the Baptist Church Wednesday

Or 0 A. Murphy, District Supervisor I Miss Perri Lee Hunt has been
At Home & Abroad Beach Tues. ii carded, 8 ic-holarnhip at the Flor
of the Lakeland District, will Night Given the
,' deliver the evening sermon at the idii' State College for Women at Tallahassee By Men's Bible Class

Cpl. Frank M. following competitive examinations ----_--_
Braille, who i II I Mithodiit; Church -- ---
stationed with the Sunday night Many friends! were saddened last at Winter Haven. Miss I ---
Miami
at ,
army BOWDFNS
spent a few houri In Okeechobee ( After services he will hold regularquarterly Wednesday' morning to learn of the Hunt attended school at the State LEAVE FORMONTICELLO About one hundred people were
Wednesday afternoon Ho I I conference. death of a former resident Mm College at Tallahassee last term and : TO TAKE guests of the Men's Bible Class of
was en
route to Bartow and St. Petersburg 'I The church extends a cordial wel Sue B. Crozer, she having passed ) will leave Tuesday for that city OVER NEWSPAPER the Okeechobee Baptist Church Wednesday
away the night before In West Palm I where she will begin her second afternoon at a barbecue heldat
to upend a couple of dayi before eumc to all to attend this service
Beach where with her daughters, term of school. Mr and Mrs Keathley Bowden I the church grounds. The menu
returning to Miami
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----- -V -- Miss Cornelia and Miss Rachel, she i ----- __ and sons, KaY and Paul, left last consisted of barbecued beef, pork,
-- I Purina Men had made, her home since leaving : Sunday for Montlcello where they ''swamp cabbage salad, baked sweet
Fred Boromel left the first of this Put here three years ago The family I' Ferry Service To have purchased the Montlcello News I potatoes, pickles, cake, coffee and
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week to return to hii ship at Boston which I Iced tea
lived In Okeechobee for years I they will operate In the fu.
Navy Yard after spending three !I On Barbecue HereAbout and was always interested many In everything Cuba and Mexico ture. II j The meat was prepared by the

days here with the Boromei family, I fur the betterment of the Mr. Bowden since 1929 has operated 'i men while the cake and other parts
The ship that he was aboard had Community.. I papers In the Everglades at of the meal were prepared by the

put In to port at Boston for a short ; thim people Wire present m>ir_.... *,ti _ro. _?_er was a devout member I' :Moore Haven- -- -fimt-._" ._nJ.._ !'_.+'U u ..x.... ', ladies of the church and the large
stay and Fred got a short leave to ;Monday afternoon at a barbecue at of the Methodist church and vitally Jacksonville. Sept 12. Six-hour Clcwlston News the Hendry Cdunty (I crowd enjoyed the occasion Music

come home. He caught plane at i I the stock pens on the Bassinger concerned In every phase of missionary automobile and passenger ferry service I News at LaBclIc and for a periodof I was furnished by a colored choir
Boston, and flew to Orlando where I I Road The barbecue was sponsored I work It was through her I from Key West to Havana will !' several years the Everglades from the colored churches, which
hi was met and brought home be inaugurated; by the Gulf Atlantic'1'News old-time
by jo.ntly by the Okeechobee County efforts that the first Woman's Missionary at Canal Point and the Belle sang songs that were
car, He left here for Miami where I Cattlemen's Society Transportation Company within six Glade News He sold! the first three thoroughly enjoyed)
Association and the was organized In the I'
lu boarded a night plane which put I Ralston Purina Company. of St. local church I I months after the war is over. II. G'I( of these papers the first of January' The Men's Bible Class of the Baptist

him In Boston the next morning I Louis, Mo, Funeral services at the Ferguson Williams of Jacksonville, president :, of this year During this entire church Is headed by J. E, Cone

The menu consisted of barbecued Funeral Chapel Friday at 4 o'clock of Gatco recently told the Florida time Mrs. Bowden has been actively as president, E. J. Wilson, secretary:
C. L. Sweat State Chamber of Commerce tourist associated and R. E. Hamrick, teacher.
arrived home last beef, swamp cabbage, potato salad, /' conducted by the Rev Clare with him In operating
Friday morning and Is spending a bread! and! coffee, and was thoroughly I'Cotton, pastor of First Methodist and development committee. the papers. j I V

thirty day furlough here with his J I enjoyed! by all present. 'hur h. and the Rev, ;Martin Davis Gatco with headquarters In Jacksonville | The Bowdens moved to Clewiston
parent, Mr, and! Mrs Alvin Sweat After dinner everyone went upstairs I pastor of the Wagff ;Memorial Is a Florida corporation. It In 1934 and have resided here eVl'rI S. Da Platt Was

and family. He la with the Naval where they enjoyed a short I Church, Miss Barbara Vaughn sang |, now operates a large fleet of barges since. They have made themselves I

forces that are operating In the ,I| talk by Fred L. Carlson of West .,'Abide With Mc" and "Rock of and tugs In essential transportation a part of the community and will Buried Yesterday

Pacific. i iI I I Palm Beach District Representative I )\ I.'S,' Pallbearers were Louie Carter coastwise and into the Carribean ,I be greatly missed by their many !I
I Elbert area. 0. T. Baker, president of Na- friends here who will however wish I
I j|: of the Ralston Purina Con.puny. Bishop, B. II. Gault, How- -
L. L. Conrad Jr., left lust Saturday ;Mr. Carlson then introduced Blake ell L. Watkins, William R, McClofin tional Airlines, Inc. Is treasurer and them every success In their new Funeral services were conducted
to return to his ship In New I!. Pullen, manager of the Livestock ; and John S. Leonard, Interment director, George W. Gibbs Jr, vice I venture.-Clewiston News. I yesterday afternoon at three o'clock

Y"rk after spending a short furlough I j Department for the Ralston Purina I vas in Woodlawn emetery. I president of Gibbs Gas Engine Co"I'I Y for S. D. Platt who died in the Arcadia
here. : The following Is taken from is a vice president and a director j
Company, who delivered the main Beverage Dent. Hospital Tuesday morning
tall--,,.. -nf. .ho.!..- aVDnlno" ..,..... : 'iilm' Reach Post: th.1 The proposed ferry service will I. .... -- following an illness of seven months.
We are In receipt of a letter telling I Mr; Pullen told the attentive Pioneer Medical Missionary' Dies forn links In the eastern loop of I I II '' His death was caused by cancer of

us that Pete Tomusello, Jr., who audience how his company made I Mrs Susan ParrUh Blake Crozier, the Pan American highway through Asks AllaClose the stomach.

completed his course in flying In the their tests with their feed and many former medical missionary to China Florida, Cuba and Mexico to South I I Solon David Platt was Lorn in old!

Arm Air Forces and received his interesting things they had found and member of one of Florida's oldest America. DeSoto County, December 5. 1877.
wings last year. Is now located In in their many years of experimenting families died at a local nursing The loop would take automobile Tallahassee, Sept. 14.-E. W Scar I I He moved with his family to Okee

Ireland He left the United States with feed for cattle under different home Tuesday night at 10:20 o'clock tourists through Florida to Key borough. State Beverage Commissioner chobee in 1918 and had made his
on July 17 when he was sent to Iceland I circumstances. I after an 'Illness of two years. She I I West over alreadv built roads; inaugurated a statewide campaign ,| home here since. He was carried to
where he remained a while I I Both Mr. Carlson and Mr. Blake had made her home here for the by ferry across the 90-mile Florida last week to encourage the the Arcadia Hospital five weeks ago.
before !going to Ireland lie says j I i made It clear that the Ralston past three years with her daughters Straits to Havana; westward across closing of all bars, beer parlors, and I The funeral services were conduce

h. has heen In. Belfast several ,times I' Purina Company would put a dealer I the Misses Cornelia N. and Rachel Cuba then by another Gatco ferry I' establishments selling alcoholic liquors ted at the Methodist Church in Arcadia

and comments about the "good ] i In Okeechobee some time In -the ; F. Croiieir? at 844 HamptonRoad. ucres the Yucatan, Channel. ,160.I I.I on V-Day. with Rev. W. R. Howell I, pastor
\ : n. 'Itated
looking! blue-eyed Irish girls" he near future.Tampa. miles to Talachae, Mexico, across the move II I In cooperation of the Okeecht>bee"Methodtst Church IfffejgK-"

has met since going to that country. -- ---y. -- Mrs. Crozier was born In 18B2 Mexico via Merida to San Cristobal with state and national alcoho: officiating. Mr. Platt had long be'ena ...
lic
II' says everything Is much better near Tallahassee on a plantation thence to the Pan-American: high- tions.beverage manufacturers associa member of the Methodist church

than was ever expected! Group Asks belonging; to her grandfather, Miles
way.Three Letters have; been here.He
sent to all licensed
Blake, who had come to Florida from passenger, car and truck Is survived by the widow and
Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Bond have re Amendment Votes North orolina earlY in the 19th century ferries, 320 feet long with an average i I distributors of liquor, wines one son, Ted Platt of Fort Pierce
and beer and Indications ,
icived a letter from their ton Cpl! I Graduated from Mrs Myer's speed of 15 knots and radio point to one daughter, Mrs. Dora Humphries
their full and
Earl Bond In which he says he is Deaconess School and from the beam control for navigation will Inaugurate complete cooperationIn of Okeechobee, three brothers, W
I the effort.
now In France with the arm\. They school of nursing at the Lucy Rider the service, Williams re M. Platt of Arcadia M G. Platt,
had not heard anything from him In Tampa, Sept. 13.-A Hillsborough ;Myers Hospital In Chicago, she ported. The ferries will accommodate He said the program was entirely Delray Beach, and J. C. Platt of

more than two months and the last ounty Taxpayers Association com- went to China in 1892 the first I between 150 and 200 cars and on a voluntary basis, because the Okeechobee, and two sisters, Mrs. J.

time he wrote he was with the army |mlttce, headed by T. G. Mixson, set woman medical missionary to bit'' from 600 to 800 passengers."We department has no authority'under W. Duren of Thomasville, Ga., and
in Italy From the best they could | In motion this week a statewide sent there from Florida by the have been working on this law to order such a holiday He Mrs. F. E. Parker of Arcadia, besides

Ml he was with the American army i campaign to win votes In the November Methodist Church In China she project with Cuban and Mexican explained that restaurants hotels many other relative and
that Invaded Southern France. lie I I election for a constitutional was married to William Newell Cro- officials for two years," Williams and other establishments that sell friends.

suys he is getting amendment which would eliminate zier, a Presbyterian missionary said wines, beer and liquor are not being Several car loads of friends of the
municipal tax assessors and! collectors asked to close their establishmentsbut
Swan Returning to the United States V family from Okeechobee attendedthe
in the vesting their duties I simply refrain from selling alcoholic -
:llr. and Mrs. S, M. receiveda county in 1898 because of her health, Mrs. NO RACE EQUI.ITY.SAYS I funeral.
letter this week from Leslie In the county collector and as Cro/ler made her home In Fa'ettcvllle '- MRS. ROOSEVELTFrom beverages on V-Day. V-

i Peck) Swain who is with the army sessor.Mixson. Ark, where during World citizens" NIXE OKEECHOBEE COUNTY
in England In which he says he II'' pointed to the advantagesthe War I she was head! of the ROTC Everglades News Those rights, as Mrs. Roosevelt FAMILIES RECEIVE GRANTS
I amendment offers the taxpayer, baso hospital at the University of The opinions of Mrs Eleanor
FOR
getting along fine He savi the mud summarized them, were : An equal DEPENDENT: CHILDREN
in that country Is very'bad and I which Include uniform valuation for Arkansas In 1923 she moved to Roosevelt, wife of the President, on opportunity for employment according -
assessing taxes, effect a substantial Okeechobee, where she resided until the relations of white people and
when walking you go backward as I to ability and at equal pay;; Jacksonville-(Special) The extent -
much as you go forward, lIe says saving in administration costs, elim- coming here three years ago. negroes are based In part on her an equal opportunity for education'; to which Florida's aid to de.
he went to London, a distance of 18 inate dual effort and reduce personnel Surviving In addition to the Misses observation in Florida and her residence for justice before the law, and to pendent children program Is being
meat] a saving in office space Crozier are another daughter Mrs. In Georgia, she writes In a
miles, and when he missed the last participate in government throughthe expanded was reflected In the announcement
train back to came he had to walk I now required for municipal units S. F Jewett St. Joseph, Mo.; a letter to Mrs Catherine Stallworth I ballot. here today by State ...

all of the way back to the camp : and enable the taxpayer to par: all,, grandson, Lt Eugene F. Jewett, anda of Evergreen Ala. Mrs. Roosevelt Further elaborating on her racial Welfare Commissioner Leland W

as he had to be there the next morn j his property tax at one place on one I Treat-grandson, Paul Allen Jewett, visited Canal Point and other districts opinion, Mrs. Roosevelt said Hiatt that 233 families (659 children I

mg. i bill. Fresno, Calif; two sisters, Mrs. of the upper Glades a few "This question Is not just a ) were added to the rolls during
While the amendment affects only Walter Taylor, Quincy, and Mrs. years ago while Investigating living southern question. It is a world August, for a total of 3,479

Mr. and Mrs M. E. Lanier received Hillsborough county, it must have Llddie Dawson, Lloyd conditions of farm workers, out of question If we are not fair and families ((8,373 children).
a letter this week from their the approval of a majority of the V which came the establishment of just to the colored people, how can The average grant was Increasedon

ion, Private Reuben Lanier, In which ,I voters In the State. Mr. and Mrs. G. E. Constable announce migratory labor camps. we expect other countries to trust the state level during August to

lu, sail that he Is again In the I Mixon said Ms committee will the arrival of a baby boy, Mrs Roosevelt says she does not us and believe In our good faith $3253 per family, payments being
fighting In "Good Old Sunny make every effort to fully inform i born at Watson, West Virginia Mrs advocate race social equality continuing "I know in many places the colored limited to $18.00 per'month for the

France" after a stay in the army voters concerning the amendment I I Constable will be remembered hereas In the letter as reported by people outnumber the white first child under 18 years of age

hospital in England. lie was woun and will urge their support He I Miss Dorothy Conrad. Mr Constable I the United Press dispatch from people and that Is no explanationfor or under 18 years If attending

ded during the Invasion of France states that ratification of the li with the United States Evergreen, Ala,: not giving them the right to school and to $12.00 for each additional
amendment will mean a saving of Army and stationed somewhere In "Much that Is said about attitude -
and! was In the hospital several i I my vote. There can be and should bea child. Total payments aggregated
weeks but says he Is again able to I around $100,00000 to the taxpayers Italy. on the negro question Is distorted standard of literacy and education 113226.50 for the month,

be out and! fighting with his outfit of HilUborough county and that its -- and exaggerated by people required (for voting) and I think or at the rate of $1,368,718 per Tear,
successful operation here will pave Mrs, R. G. Gillette returned to who are opposed to my husband and you will find that the negroes will In Okeechobee county, Hiatt said, 1;
the way for its application at a later me, and by those who have deep .
.
her home In Okeechobee Saturdayafter not vote as a group any more than $384 30 was paid during August to
The following letter was writtenby date! to all counties In the State spending last week In Fort rooted! prejudices "I have never "Perhaps one of the solutions will nine families (26 children), or at the
Pfe. Ralph Price who Is a bro. The committee also strongly advocates !- Pierce with Mr. Gillette who Is advocated social equality," Mrs. country. '. rate of 4182.00 per year.

they of Mrs. Percy Ming of Okee- passage of a similar amendment employed in that city. ,Roosevelt wrote. other minority groups do In this I Commissioner Hiatt explained that

chobee, and! was published In this affecting Orange and Dade v "In a democracy, however she be to move the negroes Into places due to' the lack of funda, Investigations
home town paper, the Clayton (Ala.) counties, calling for the consolidation explained, "we cannot have 12,000 where there are only a few and for aid to dependent children
of conflicting offices. Advertise in The News 000 people who are denied rights as I
Record! thus prevent the lack of balance"Mrs. I were suspended In' the spring of

I Y I Roosevelt pointed out that 1942 and that as a result. some 8"I.
A Foxhole In France I Mr. and Mrs J. F. Bond and Mrs.S. I this Idea had! been suggested but I 000 applications, some of them filed

10 July, 1944 M Swain returned to their homes NOTICE had been bitterly opposed by some as far back as 1939, had! accumulated
The Editor, here Monday from Bartow where southern dater when additional fond madeIt

Clayton Record, I they went to attend memorial services Automobile Drivers Licenses sale V possible for the State Welfare
are now on
Clayton, Alabama. for their grandson Cpl. Ar the Miss Betty Barber, daughter ofMr Board to authorize the investigation
at office of
thur F Matthews, who was killedIn County Judge T. W. Conely .
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Dear Sin and Mrs. J. L. Barber, will of all applications filed on or ,
As I pick up my pen to scribble the Invasion of France The I Jr., at the Court House in Okeechobee. All leave tomorrow night for Tallahassee [, before April 1, this year. Many of

off a few lines, I do so with a services were held in the Methodist I car drivers must have their new Drivers License where she will enter the Florida those who had originally applied,

troubled mind and a sad heart, Church in Bartow Sunday! morning. .for the year 1945 on or before October State College for Women for the he said, are now Ineligible either '

Never In my life have I felt this According to Information the family First 144. You are urged to come early and coming term Mils Barber will because of the i laps* of time or the

way, and God forbid that I feel this received, Cpl. Matthews was avoid the last minute rush. major In musle during her college absence of need on ..ocount'of. Improved
returned killed by a German machine gunner conditions.
way again. I have Just years ,
from a visit to the front lines and when he attempted to holp a wounded I' .. V I v
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r- cept for a few GI's.Ve stopped to Heir 11!).IIS211)helnv ft nt I.: of rt K nniles line of and Black KM) I of Hire Coiiiinlsiiliiiierii d'slrlet. anil/or of F..rlll"I'lrnl"Unnril, of "\'".unlI'nliiiiiiMliilivrii .\-'
(IOlu\L\ 1 [ Nl\U5( Weekly Digest Ukei'ilmhee un:'
LIEn'e I talk to one soldier and we learned i ft ,N nf, N. line, of N. I'nrk St.. rieriiln "o reject of nnv end all ,c.ldn i nti r Wil1y

that he and five of his buddies were | run Sera,, ) and pnrnllel to Blldrt i In. ('lIlIrlhll".", heKlniilng,, lit H>: --- ----- Iloe 'f Illk 1I70 ft there'fl'ot(1 i
Of Rationing i i the onlY ones left of a company of in .1 i illHlmiee nf 2J3: .0 ft, : o'clock A. M on till J'ltb' tlmlnnge day vof Oct.and
for
Published I char, 101 I. Easement
theOkechobee
Every Pudgy by
thence E of s of sth Rt no ft be builds the :
ion men They had been cut off ,noliiniutlun' cud road imrimses' will
News Co. ot OkM'cho- toV shorn of Tatlnr Creek, %) of all
recurred and fifty percent ((30
bee, Okp<'chobf 1I County._ Florida News From OPAL I from their outfit and completely Ihenee .'Se.'''ly\ ft, iilongV I In nee W shore 1.1 ft.Sec. ofCreik oil BUM and. in I ue nil lights nlll iilslie I economIcaleel
for two ; 1l..r.l.JlOAIID
fiirriinmloil, by the Germans ]
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BRYANT BOWDEN! !: .... . Kdltor! I __ daM without ammunition, food cr Iwater I lug nt pt. where North Nt.' line. KVKUULAKH8 JI11'0:: :
of N. park St. extended Intersects
1 LMSTIUCT! )
-- --- chose to surrender !
Ration ('111. ,mini, roe week of Some the Willie of Hloek 14H, and .
Entered: P* second elms matter 1 1 others foucht It out hand to band extends S. tun Nerly 1:11.011: ft, BOA 131) OK COI.NM: ( (n'MIMtflONEUtl
September 11 : ( theiivu C 03 te, to W shore of. W IIi-g.: ;Ii'BRR .
lido t. 1914 It the Post O'n, and others tried to Only six\ .\.
Processed Foods : Blue A3 through escape. I Taylor Creek, thence Serif along ("OI'NTY1.'I.OlUlI.
OlMtt+iob**, Florida Ender the 1 end to do so they bait Creek its ft to N I'nrk St. By ROY H \HAUI.BUSON.: light TruckJPoueeger J
Act of March 9. 1879 Lr (Book 41 now valid at 10 points succeeded, I 'ihenci W 8.12 ft. Sec. 13 Twp. Clerk of the riiciill\ ''"iirt "' Cart
through ::17 83 Klurtili.,
to go about 300 yniils age Okeecbobee Cniinti Tractor j
inch for with tokens Good
.- ----- -- if' I V\ HI ho offered fur sule 1 at public us agent for avid Bnnrds light
Re4n"! notlrw 'In local columns. indefinitely withering machine-gun fire and pillboxes uuli'ry fur Inv highest and .best CBSbiml By Bophronla Peace, 1 Power Plant ;
didn't know how snhjeit to the Hunt "f the Board Deputy Clerk
to eentu line Rates for displayndvertWnir Meats and Fats: Red AS through I He said he _. __ ______ I"
furnished on appliestton. OS (Book 4) now valid at 10 points I he made It, but was the happlsst -_ -. ..- --- ,,-.- ----- --- -

Classifier, nrlvprtlslrnr, 3 ants each for use with tokens flood In man In the world who he got to

weft word tr t Irrwrtlon AH Items definitely. '1 the tall grass lii the other orchard

regarding fnterprlw conducted for The Germans began to shell the
Sucnr1: Sugar stamps No. SO, 81
profit are chargeable at "dvertlslrj fast ai'
and we got away as
1!132: and 33 now good for five points town '
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-- each we could. But what about the peer
Indefinitely
Advertising bins are payable en could! leave but they
the first of web month. Parties Canning Sugar: Stamp No. 401 t Infantrv. We ,
who
couldn't. Those are the boys THANKS
unknown to publishers required! to good for five pounds canning sugar I e
CREniT As small asf
deserve the ,
pay in Advance until February 2ft. 1145. Apply to
am T would be willing to try to ,,
'local hoards for supplemental ra- |
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( knock a man down If he said Ill-
SUBSCRIPTION RATE done i|

One year tn ad\' nee .. .. .. $3.oo !1' Shoe: Airplane stumps No. 1 1 grading things weaved about In them.and out and I MILLION\ !
As we
Sis month In advance ......... 1.00 and 2 (Book 3) valid Indefinitely. | fields w.1 I .
I around German mine
Three months In advance ...... ..75or Fuel Oil: Period and 5 coupons I I
now valid for current season until could see dead "Jerries" all abollt'wh..r. For the superb spirit of cooperation shown by the progressivepeople

.. planes had blasted them,
'nt'UrUE!! rnrtisT, September 30 Period 1 coupons for our artillery our had shelled them our of Fort Pierce Stuart, Vero Beach and Okeechobeein C'

!SCIFNIST: next yenr now valid. (Alabama,
Tennessee and Mississippi not affected tnnks had smashed them and our liberally subscribing to the SEASON CONCERT SERIES

"MATTER" In the subject ef .> I infantry had shot them What a ((contracts signed)
I have
ghastly sight to see never
the lesson sermon which will be rend Gasoline: A-ll coupons now valid ,
smelled anything so bad and sickening -
In Churches of Chrlit, Scientist, through November 8 A-12:! coupons j '
as that of human dend. To Be Given in Fort Pierceby
throughout the world on Sunday now valid went of the Apalachicola ] counted 23'
At dugout we
one
September 17, 1944. River Florida, expire September 21.
German dead many of them officers I
The Golden Text Is: "Wilt thou Renewals being made now. The new ||
This did not bother me half
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let thin eyes upon that which li 'books will contain six coupons of ( NATIONALLY FAMOUS STARS AND
did when I saw an j
much as It
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not? for riches certainly mike each series, each coupon worth four
II I' American soldier blown to bits bT ; ORGANIZATIONSThere
themselves wings; they fly away alan gollons. German land mine. As Charles (.
a
eagle toward heaven" (Proverbs Ration rules now require that ev I
I and I stood there looking at this are still a Limited number of Season Tickets availablethis
23: 5) I cry car owner write his license '
"Unknown Soldier" I saw tears run-
Among the citations which comprlsa number and state on all gasoline; '' month
i nlng down his checks and I started'
the Lemon'Sermon li the coupons In his possession as soonas
to something to him but found No tickets to individual concerts will be sold
following from the Bible : they are Issued him by his rationIng \ say 't
my'
that lump had gathered In i
a j
I
"Then I looked on all the works that board.
throat. We walked away without :
my hands had wrought and on the l I saying a word.I I j FORT PIERCE CONCERT ASSOCIATION .

labour that I had laboured to do: | Maximum prices established by
to Mr. Editor why did ;
and behold, all was vanity and vex the Office of Price Administrationfor say you (
this 20 year old kid have to give Call Horton's, St. Lucie County Bank or Chamber of
ation of spirit and there was no | : the month of October will resultIn
his all for something! he knew so I Commerce for Extra Tickets
profit under the sun" (Eccl. 2: 11).1| retail price of about 17 cents
little about? He had never voted
The Lesson-Sermon also Includesthe : per pound for snap beans and 0 to
and he had never done any wrong. :
following passage from the 10 cents per pound for field grown
TIe had Just begun to enjoy tlleawprtne.s
Christian Science textbook, "Scl cucumbers in the Southeast. I I I
life and was willingto
of
ence and Health with Key to theScriptures" Country shipping point prices will i '- 1
die that others might live a free .. .., }; <01.. : ,'r .: I
by Mary Baker Eddy: be the same as In effect for the
matItPr life. I am willing to do that too,
"The conventional firm, called month June-for. snap beans, f. -- -

and mind, God never formed. I j o b. shipping points in Florida and but I trust that my children will not I
I such world as that In ,
into a
Science and understanding governed California $2.70 per bushel of 28 I, come i

by tho unerring and eternal I pounds or more and 9.6 cents per which' I was born. iI
I I Mv sole desire Is to bring this' I
Mind destroy the Imaginary co pound In other containers; and for ,

partnership, matter and mind, form \ field grown cucumbers, f o. b, shipping cruel and destructive war to a
successful conclusion nnd then go
ed only to be destroyed In a manner points In Louisiana, $2.10 per i

and at a period as yet unknown" I bushel of 48 pounds or more, $122 home to help build a decent postwar -
world where free men can live
(247: 25-30). )i per lug box of S8 pounds or more .

v--- and 4.4 cents per pound In other I In peace.

Three projects totalling $149,2001:! containers Say, !Mr. Editor can't you get

Home Front to give us more. so
the
for the amphibious training base j Housewives of the Southeast are

and anti-aircraft training center, I expected to save more than a mil I we can put It where It belongs ? L

Ft. Pierce, Florida and the auxilIary lion flollaii ,,'nnual1>' BI the' resultof Sincerely yours. J' 9 1 ie

air station Boca Chlca, have a broad campaign, uirninst upgrading Ralph Price Pfc 42 ,y 4 ,.
Airdrome Squadron ,
An
been approved the navy department of butter now being waged by

today notified Senator Andrew. th Office of !Price Administration

OUeei.. ( "nTIfR. Florida, I
linhei 'ollnl.
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<-<<_:_: :M-M:..:..:..:..:.....:..:":..:..:..:..:..:. CARD OF THANKS NOTICE is lIImlBmns timt I
.. .. Inrennnt to Section U uf Chapter
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( INJIII: Inns "f rinrliln.' Ads nt UltT
We wish to acknowledge with known as the 1I'Hl'lIAC'I" and InIHirstinin Ij j
'e of Clint'tor ::nlLaws "fKlnrlln
Gilbert Theatre il. deep appreciation the acts of kind "' A..tnt 1IM1. known ns the
nIIH.\IIr.S: : IHIMNAUI ni 1*.
ness, messages of sympathy and Tllli T ACT the following ilesertln, I
Okeerhobre beautiful floral offerings received Innil sltnnted In Hverglniles Ira lnaus
I'lstild In iikoechoheo, County. Flm
from her kind friends and ours In Ida will he offered for snle nt pnhlleiiitm
1 I for 1 Hie lilirliim nnd (jest inch
SUNDAY MONDAY the loss of our beloved mother and IM\ in'ili i i. 1"'" |- of tin. Trn*- I { \\ /
grandmother; Mrs Ella L. lIuley. !Ices "r tin Inii, mill lniirn\"ineii| I'mul, '1
and nr the Ilnnrd of Commissioners of
Mr. and Mrs Carlisle Thomas Ku: i irlmles Iirnlnniro 1)1 strict to reject
GARY COOPER nn\ mill all )i>" nt thi Conrtlionsi. I
and Family I hnCl10li,1e, nt 10'00 nV'nelt .A M. nn the
THESSIE WRIGHT Mr. and Mrs Harry Huley Mill day ot nl'l"llPr. 1IM4\ \M ,In nil Is'
|pnecele' l n{ limn of ten neres nr mar I
and Family tlile to one hnlf of petroleum and /d
IN Mr. and Mrs Jvffie Douglas tlirei,, roiiillm of other inlnenils. n"l I i\ r ; ter
I he reserved lit Tr'istws of the llIte,. I Ee !
and Family '''II) Iiiifirmoinont. Knii'l I rnntment far a Frh
PRIDE OF THEYANKEES
road sunlit of way :eta r'rl'Id.., nlllIn 1I 1 1AW'
Mr. and Mrs Lewis Knight I rewrveil l>v inlil, Trustees from 1I I
and Family 'tiny iinreel through uliteh tin re Is nil I
..xlo''tug elide rend and ensemeiit fi"
Mr and Mrs Harry Johnsonand 'linlnnire\ unit\ reelnnniloii mpl' fiionil ,.
: 1 |inrMisex| will he reserved, and
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Family fifty iiorcent .'Hi'. I of nil oil gee mil I
withBABE Mr and Mm Kenneth HuleYService inlnernl l rlirhln Mil'' he reserreil hr the I .
!R'nrd, of f'oininlsNloiier: of Everglades
RUTHAlso V iriininge District I 1

IJlSEC.RTOOS: l>e :
MenContinued Lot o. elk 21, !
NEWS South okeeilmljeeIIDII I
( < from page 1) II I
!" UK ('roMM'SMCiM"' '
what I saw and heard tempted me Ole ivri': : :KS: niiAlN.1GE .

to write you. KI.sntlCT: 1
'I'III :oI'n| :KH ill1* TUB IN'rEliati I
FRIDAY SATURDAY This morning I got up after a : DI.lllln.I./ : : l-T\U r
I IK 'i'UK: mi: or KI.OU- FrAnkly the transportation situation U ierlous. Buses .
sleepless night feeiirg very angry MMII art overcrowded-wort

with the Herman Ktcause have v inn U. ItUl.KHSON Agent, I
they '
BILL ELLIOTT fur 'trustees of the Internal ILO.prouaneot I 017 untold hardships and discomforts to all. Yet thousands dally Ignore the
lobbed OS's at our area practically i Kunil and for Boardof

IS all night long. Every time one exploded I'liujinlSHloners DlHliKt of OleeehutfnI KverirltKlisHrnliinite I Gravity of the travel problem to make needless, unessential trips. trips lot

CALLING it almost blew me out of my 'mini., .'Inrloillo"ITIC II pleasure alone.

foxhole. The ground trembled with t: Or INTFNTIill: TO SELL!

WILD BILL every burst, and,\ I was actually glad .: I IS 1II'IIIIGIVES L."TIC'I. .:\"P/ that So Important Is the need to conserve space for those who must travel to

when daylight came so It would be 1'1110'111111' hI Neitlini II O). Clinpt.rJinr.s
) tans uf Klurliln A'Ie l .t loll I
safe for me to crawl from mY homein mill Si-ellnn (17. Chapter llilT." Laws meet the demands of war. that Florida Motor Lines urgently asks YOU to post
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Underground France. of. Klorlitn. Veis o' Veil: : us amended
I In seetlmi 11. rhnpter aoitr.: laws of pone pleasure travel until the war Is won. >
After a cup of hot coffee and t'lurl'ln..1.' of I'Ml.! iinil oleo It'lr. 1
ROSIE THERIVETER miniit' tn Seillon 4., t'bnmer 4
delicious K ration. I was ready to I leas: of Klorliln!, Aels of IIHOjo2i'lh".1 : We have an abiding faith In the loyalty and understanding of riders.
our
do my part for the day to help liv Sneiloii 1U ('Tin lIer 22(1711l.inti .

"Keep 'Em Flying. Then I was Xi'Mlui of 44.IMorliln.Cbaptvr Aits 2"T( 22.nf 111 Laws 3. and of We believe that when they realize our task as prime movers of men and women aI

"Klurlilnets, of lull, ns amended by
Informed that I was off for little
a "elli.ii :<1. Clmnier 2'Ju7l). Laws of \,0 war Jobs-lighters on well-deserved furloughs
with -- while and could take a walk and .'1'1"11.1.' of I'lll.the followingilenrlhvd I -millions of people on trips

lends In Okew.hnl.oe County.
JANE FRAZEE relax. '"".''On I' wll issenttal to Victory-they will do all that Is expected of them.

My buddy Tfc. Charles Tarlton I Lots 7. N and II Itlk. 'Jin: Clij ,.f I
VERA VAGUE iikenhoheeI.nls
of Mt Pleasant, North Carolina 1 tn II ill,'.. Illk. US: lily ,,r

and I, hopped the hedgerow and I likeeehnheoLots I
Alsoi NEWS .
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11.n. 1H. !Blk rtl. Clly fOkeiH'hobeo
started for a stroll. W. looked at j I k WHEN YOU TRAVEL B* sure to put IdeaUflctllonslickers
UNUSUAL OCCUPATIONS 8 2J'/j ft of Loll I and :L Klk. War titan
the apple trees, and talked of cider; I sun, City nf OkeeehoheeLots or lags ea your baooa, ". to avid UUy at low.TilE tie

watched the poor French children I 2: end 0. Blk. 11. Wright's cmMID
COMING : First Addition +tt kat'
I with t ,
with skinny legs drive the sheep Lulu 2. A and] rt. elk A. Wright's fI

"H \TIO I\'G": off to the meadows; and heard the II..oholIIIIt1on w
NW; % of 8K14 Sec. U. Twp 34 I
"OXCE UPON A TIME" rumble of trucks and tanks go Into ltg.. 33
Lot 11. Rik. 1, Unllruail Aililltlon
the front. II
'ORVET K225""THEY Lot l. Di k. 1. lie lirnnd' Addition

GOT ME COVERED" We came to a little village which : H llkeeohooeeLots-M) ft of Lot I, Ulk. :207, City of II I

...++++".... ...oJ.++"..+-t..o/.o/.H./ / : +.:. was demolished almost to the last,, 1 to :3 ine:. 7. N. I 9, 11 and U
house, and completely deserted tx- Elk 23, South Okevrbnhee I
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---I. IN Tttn' ('I rl'I'I' rntuT OP Tim tlnn filet| i In I hit hl" onlltlcil pro. I n,if' other minerals will he reserved t>r I I _

\l\lll I 1 .ll'DIOMI UIIC'UT! IVM !' nwillnge iliiiijld lint I. vrHiiiiil I nndflic 1:'ru,ti>cs uf the Internal 'Impriivniui'iit ,
.\ : ) Von oKBicuoiiuu:: eor.v Itniidi then-Ill rtpscrlhcil to III, the ,pitnil Dim-tiiBiits" fur fIght i' I
ELECTRICAL WORK TV FLORIDA. .So. Dull' KKniU'tnttS Illboll..111 I lii> Imiiiiiiii'i' ,\iy Bun t.,i' wliln nlll 0'.pn" Ini ftFrom: : where I sit. If/ Joe Marsh

\ ""trllI.l >,nldhniiils I 1 ,i il.l. TriKteiii trio nuu" parcel through' .
iKKIiCIIOBBH: : ': COUNTY ) 'lii'tng; 1110 liii" d". '-li-'i, there Is mi existing," stilt raid --
P. P. EVANSHOUSE F Li)II IL)A. J .I'lllicil 1 n* ''Okifi liiilii-i- I'"lull )'. '.11. I I i ililn nut I 1 "'nuii'ruiuiit fur "'01111 nnd rcrln.rlnii .
l"'tltI""or. "} lli'iii-rnl I 1"11.1"1 ttnndii I tulle I nml' filL rnnd -* will l lmfMMl I" (

ft, ) uf 11H4". 11 il Jum 1 I I ( nml' fllty" lien-out, 0ir1 nf
up I : 'iAMI: OF 1 vroitiru. i IIUI.I nml' I' 11'"'' ",,'11\\' oVi-r I q 1 1 nil, gui foil tnt I in-nil r I in ul I I vs. Civilians
WIRING ih. St. nil I'rnpnrty owner ) \ ( nf yuira In .IHTII. e "t vhli'h I Ii, renerved l>y the Honrd of rvuutnliInnori Solciors
I ispuuis. Clil-vim 1 i ami ulh I flHIIHH 1"1.1 I lii.rcsi, nt i In' viii" ill I ihn'i' I.' iif Hv.rMid: Dlslrli-i. \

< inn''Itii' in' ilnluiliiK tiny I I'ro (II.t''uI. (.T. i 1 K'i'i iiiiiiiini nml miinnj .; in !
,.1. p11 ". II. 1111".1 III I It "' !in\\' I vr which hour Inliint m i II" nil, "fI .] Lot Ill nik. D. Wrlirht A Hu. icmcrow'3Vord

'I', ri.1.I". ,iii', IIrr..I' by I Ih. CAUl. I hr'" mid., liiilf IICIM'nt 'i.'l'j' : I
--- ". 1.0""'"' IIr (lkei.eiiuiiuiieI ) I mi mini n tiiiirv imrtlciilnr ,iloiilptliniuf Hug T nml :IIi I W fr M': I

Advertisements I "'" 1-1"11.1.1' "llo.ul U,'. ) mud liiilide lu-liiK' ciintiiliiiil In Hi Our \H fr "BI' ,. run4, :'inIt You hcai some talk about how- freedom and our right? ;, .
Legal I,.."Ilito. Hole. 111110 citII ) lit, I tiflU thou In Mild' -''''I ; > W up II. :NiMH It. II: t11 fi. I

---- --- --- ..l I.. It' ,,,1i"'I,1, I" I III IIOMAM) OltMKIIKJl :It J.I""T Kii2''. I'\\ |1:1: (ISiti. :" vhcn the war is oorthere's a soklleia! (;,' .: .ar"" (It tn
W.' I ,'''y. I II I I'huiI'lnililn.. I Illh Illtli I iln>' "". [ ,t 1 t" 11 IIP. mid' 21.l '.'.' liii'I I going to be bad fueling between

N'OTIfK OF l'l'l.Ir TIP KOK I 1, ,,,,,,IC. IIi ,I um, 1041 ::1 Blk !:. S'iiiihMililitlnu' Amcucans
\ n I l\ \\ 1:1: I I 4 IntM k. Ii iiiitli' I soldiers and civilians; how the .

TAX 1>FFI> i rO : 'ii I: i .\ !;; IIP KLoKHi. \. ;'I i IIP"Ml : I P u1. .1 linl.. 'I.1 i ,.tier f I i iLum country will be divided into Tram where TO '. ." I "lit1-
Notice 'I' herein. irlu-n Hint KdiinIlrtnooek I ,I'MH'MI, ; I ll' M I 'I.. T ir\ i I I :1 1. I I. .". I II lull 10. I i';.. : .
i'l 1I going to win i l' ,. ,
. 1 T v \ I IT::'s t I' I I' y. 1: :N \ Min' I i In ..f Oki'IM.li.ilii-i- I t -03C who {ought In uniform and ( -
tile .hniller of the fnllowlnncertltflcatc "i' ., ( 1 :.1 In.'. > the Pence I 11 '
I- \1'1\11.( : lit I'l \IMINH I i- rn nml II I. U In.It '. those who stayed at home. tm. \ i r
bat filed laW certificate N i II"' I I I 1.1. OK I.NTBII-' j I I. 7J. t'I ty of oki-iilii'lui-\ I : : .

for i tax deed to lie Uiue.il thereon. I Ps: |r I IN I 1'1:111":11'1'\: : 'I C) HK: AF. SOTICR I "i'i I '-'. I iiinl, 1 U: 11.. '.I. i"I\' I Veil malie tbcrllbloc.hl'- rH'
Unit
I II:I 1\:I\ ,I :II"\\:; HIP.' I:: ISSPANCK, OKOKI I I, OKKECIIOBBB ("n'NT' Kl OUIHA of Okeocholiee yon ( their right to on: v' i ottil
The certlflcnte nitraliHr and yrS oflainaiice. i '.Jo, i'ilI'N'i \ I' i ( iUIIi\ 1 1'c I..,ID I 1. J. .1 t i* i"" [ III ,In 1.: I'll- I toy from soldier oversea Jn I .
the ilewrlpMou! nf the prop. i i M I'U': '. 111':1-1: 'i NitiNii, HONIIS I NOl'icfi is'IIKliUHY (IIV19R that Itlk 1UI.: ('.f"f. tii.icilinliii'' I beer, or to ioni1.I !.. '. 'v

I I I. "il"' I'ill, liUl'iXAl''I'EIt: nu HIIIII' ''t in: SH.MI I II r 121111nun I i '< 1. .' %. I. nnd II. lIlt) llll, one of our bll IIlzlnel. It ? -Wt 'tL' 't [ll'VJCl
It plel
and the tiBdle III which wnaniesierl ; \ :
Pty 1\:1'1.:1:1': \:I I: : l III.> oil 'ID III'! AP i r II;,i till. ,' .ofor& known ('113' nt Oki'd-tiolu'i- aid that uniform aren't )
are at follow : I "I'lil'I: INN" WAY 'i'14E141113V : m I u I' II'III\i: I In pitriiinun I"'a'I" ;i Im'. mid s ,in HI im.. 1<11 d1u. :"1' : -

Certlflwte/ N" t t.'pllr nf 'Uiu [ nf ZlLow.I nf Klor I 11. rity "f okKorhnlinn tbinUng any such thoughtsany time world.
'I i I". s< ii I "> r ,ri, ,iiiiii\ 'ihrniiKii HI"" 'hln, ','IN 'I f I'Ul ",," :, im Hi.. iVKH I 1. I I. I'I m:il t Ik.. !:::'i. 'Ii I Ill I more than folks at
nee. 1317.Description. I SI ,t.. M I : Hluy r.il, Ilii- Ninth .lildlilll 1 1'1 Mil:s 11\.1,1: : IHSTKICT API'hi I 11"'p""he bore are.

of property : I' ill' "I I 1''hui liii. Ill and 1 for : I I'' I "', I 111 ll'I' .ltltlltl'Il
Okn.-I 'I I I I'I'"i''l'l't ? -- nr P ii; : 1\1 i pii.ir. The most flnportant thing is '
-linbic" <(< "niiiiU' 'nnd the scu-ral I I In I." i ,ul. s Driilnin.I instill In"I ( .
: 80.
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8BV4, dec T. "wP.T., Kg* IlIl'lllu\'I'M !':M I II Ml OP 'I 115STATS
lerlN "W,lore. InxpiiM-r. ii I iZt'lic anil ,Milinlii'iC".",M. I'lnll'lll, ulll h,' that we're all engaged In one titanic (
Name In which nMi-imeil I. J. I..I 1 i I.. 1 Ii 'IMK .or" e:nlntliiK, flue right. 'r, ,i fnr and, it p1! pnMI(. ".".,.,. for \ FLORIDA /.1 W:

Yinleii. I oIt: t I' ,nil I ,li .l I Ii I |ilntt-m| In I bn if.i I ili- !" .1..1( nnd "" 0 null bill, H,inject IIO.M1D OK COMMISSIONERS OP struggle to preserve our
.'MI" i I li\ the Issuance of the I InIIMMI 1 I I I'". ilrlit of of the MVEItdl.ADRK
All of mild prnpinbeing In th.-,, ;! 1111' I ,.' "'" "'r''In lie III ii",. I ",.nml liiiptuM t1'111.1.1', .Ild of tbo DltAINAOI

County of Okecchobi'o. Slate of Flu .\ i\ ct ii." ', .1 I II"." I h>. nu. hereby nIn <. II. ,,llll .if l'uuulNNI.Ili.ru' llf ., ,'r5iiuuluN| DIKTRJC A'o 91 of a Series Opyr'Jil' 194J, Foundulun

ida. 'III"" '.I i t I' ,'MII" ..i. hit.HI. (Ill', Circuit, I liiiiliuige niatilit tn reji-ct ."\. and Hv Ito,' H. ltuiiler.nn. Agent for 'rns.tw lrclinglndsr
,,nt .11' Din.>1 ..in.b.'I'oiniM' ', Florida '(ill l.l.Is. nt the Ciinrthuime. lieitlunlngnt "t I tin- liiti-rnul linjinivenii'iil( I, -- --- ---

t'nleil inch certificate nr eertlfl- "1 'I" i ,"ni 10...it".' I In Fort Pierce. in ''HII'I"'k AM I mi tin 1tli din rnnd mill! for Bnitril of 'iiiummls' ,

cat** shall he redeemed according to
law the property deicrllied In inch I In ,"I I I.,. I U. \ M in' I HllnW .1 t I.,,,, i.n inicii nr more. title to 1 luau|"| |1 I HI > i 'I',,II',, o' ''III"" I 11 I,,,. Buy Bonis Today
I 1"" ,iif "i i 1" ii'"i.'inn' 'itnl threefnurtliiMatt I 1,11,1
tirtltlcat* or certificate will be *,ld I

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tons door nu the flnt Momlm In
WOrld OF ILECTIOMWKXREA3. OMhl ami Party-tint ( That amendment of SM- es tothin sSeS saemlfflpaJrar attowm amt
ly. an She
tb. month of October, 1914. whlili 1'be Legislature at IMJ. I r DI shall lie *elected far I 1 I lion I.f fUf& m the 01.tuu tad n4 antrwlao- nt taw a ...up.

the 2nd day of October, ll>ll WId.be Constitution at lieS, at at* 0 fW and the Senator b a .said I O the office
I f r' Dade
UM W Florida. did t* J.e fr.hIum __ I ( Danrkvt *e- h OuU o a a 8Iclt O Ounl.
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Dated thla 80th day of Auirnst' im I IROY .. Wwer-. Nadjn WCoectUtu r t at yean .. inn le Ot 8101 a Po.
u... W ... SteW ., I'GriIIebe .dl. time at mt, & _I .. be .ltlett f and fb special taxing Ctrlel now said Countlea.b ebol.bed Wtl
UAPl.nifONClerk 0- ad .
U. l _
a law or hereafter
...... freed a* BT and teet shall l hereby to .ble of the County Solicitor witbm each eT
b ot said
Circuit Court "f at three-fifth < all the mamben ***c cd ae f. term of fo yean mitted electors of State eet. by retain and each control the aid Counties ball become the duties
to **ch hous: that tb* vow laid case a Florid tbe BecUoo Of .b
S Okeechohee Count. 1.'I..rl,1 o Ofl. 0 at Oeneral tower tr of the State Attorney In each of aald
*" Joint Besolution were _teNd lepoo Filed In ol Seoretary I Reotalln ta be b I 1M4 for th* fs tb r.pn. budgel Counties
their respective Journals with tho y.* Jun I al te 1d 11.
NOTIfKTallnhnmee approval :
1 1 = posing the mlllaire to be Imposed uponproperty I. On and after the as
KinAuit. and Bay thereon and thy did determine cay. that Section NO. m at 8lo
said Oountle to the of the
subject terms Clerks
:8. l'M4 and direct that the laid Joint jonrr RTBOLUTIOH to the Otlutl ol P.Ida I pl.tlOD
PI like taxes Criminal Court of Record
NOTICE IK heri-li irlven Hint tin Evolutions be ubmltted to the *Uctonof Amend Section II o the l 1 ej to N a* f. a Yalo o.olbe municipality. .lhl Dad and Orange for .. 0
the State QeD ai ElcU e t..n. Ounl.
at to << lowe
a :
Jlale Ilniiril, nf i:,I""'111 loll state <)1 t Constitution a* tb Btat at Florida dlo or other special taxing they each are ..rln. bave been
.'I"rlo1l"rro.. fnr ule to be .nld tithe November 1M4. ialatlng to Justice OWo aad Jw- BeettoB K Tfc L* tlatun shallestabltab Id County Tax Assessor In aa. elected on 1945 the iffloe
&
lilulii'St Milder, In TnlbihnHseFlnrldn Secretary NOW. THEMFORl.Of SUM of 'I: 1.But m. A.of tlorVU ORAK, thom I of the Peace and a Ilfo mte.O Ot Counties shall tn detsrtnlnineach o the Cl.r' of the Cm Ina. Cu

at U'IHI o'dnck, NOON Sep do hereby glv notice that S BB IT 80LV BT T LKOIaLATURJ be applicable lyemmeDI.ease where assessment add the amount levied Rord both .
timber t 21 lh. l UI ll the fullnnlntf land OINIHAL. ILICTION FORIDAI local or special nc are provided nr and Imp by .uc mlllage to the the Civi Court Jl Broordand
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That the following the the In DadeCounty
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In oKiirnoBEi: cofNTYVest : will lie held each hereafter b the Leg- reptY
la U Florida may provided by
county .loa. 21 01 Article V of the Constitution Countlee and all be abolished and ,
llnlf of Section 11. 'I'own.htii Da. .hll b
Tuesday slatur that be Inconsistent o Oaor.
on next eucceedlnc th* first oaay
of tbe State of Florida be andthe duties Clerk of the
St Smith R ii ti ue 33 tI3a Itonday la November A. O. 144. tb* therewith. Section That on midnight Crimina
la and the Court of Record in both
same b..be agreed to December 31st 1944. the Co"ntl.
u'rl', Filed State,
said ta
Tuesday the
being b or. S.t 0 OuntyTu and the duties ot the Clerk of the
same to the quaJ. Collector of the
'I'hl. X..IIe'o I I. publliilieil In compllnine KVINTH DAY OF NOVIMBINtor aba .ubmltt 10.
fled JW 184 Civil Court of in Dade County
wIth Senllnii ill; .I.1 and 3.J\: the ratification or rejection of the Ia Ilectr .e elol D. and Orange State ot Florida. hall all be CimI. taken over and
llnrldu Slntilti' 1941 aid Joint Resolution proposing amendment 11 ntltlcalO. o be more A JOINT SOLUTIOI Propceini to each become the Tax Collector become a part.of the duties of
The Slate Knnnl nf Gdiicntlnn ret.i'rves to tb* Constitution at the BUM t "SlO Justice Dlstrleu Dt each Amend Section Six and Section Seven fo al ad valorsm and acreage taxes respective Clerk of the Circuit U
the right to reject aii\' aol nil of Florida rlxi of Article XVm the of and Imposed for the calendar
county, and tbere shall be elected one o Con.tutO year 1B4S and year leilept In Dade and Orange Counties
Md* i A JOINT RBBOLDTIOII Proposing Julo of the Peace for each Juatl. the State of Jrd. 1 t. taxes now.ub.eueD to be oolected Section 8 The assumption o new
BY nitDKK of the Suite Hoard of till Amendment of Section 1 of 1.1. D..tlct. who .bal bold office fo lu Term ot Appointedor f by the Clerk ? the Circuit: duties under the provision this
Education: Stnte of Florida.si'ESSAII 1 tlel IX Elected te Fill Vacancies In Be- Article not entitle officerto
of tb* Constitution of Fiona 'ea. lUt. Dulet a within each of said Countlee .baJ any
hive Office Under Said Constitution CwU
) L. HUI.I.ANK.I but the
Relating to Taxation. hereby La. all County taxes and comp.n.aton.
Uovernin I BI IT RESOLVED Bt TEA LBO1ALATURB lure may by special Act from BB IT RESOLVED BY THB LEOT8LA.TUKS ad valorem and acreage taxes im officer upon new dUI*
ATTEST: I OF TUB STATB OF FLORIDA: time, el the boundaries of any OP THB STAn OF FLORIDA: a any municipality, town dls- hall be imposed aball continue .
I'OMN KNGMSH. Secretary such now *r hereafter established TaI the following amendment to See- P b other taxing district upon governed by the general law of
That the following
amendment Seetlon
to -
State Board of Education I 1 of Article ii of the Constitution and may establish nsw o abolish S and Section 1 of Article ZTino property within each of said Counties. State It now "I o may b* hereafter .
District now hereafter the Constitution of the State of as relate to ol their
any
and t Legislature that
I of Florid relating to taxation be and .ue may provide fl'lnl
Florida b*. and the same la hereby respective salaries their
NOTICE OF APPlICATION FOU II provided however each said Collector shall also coleot or
I the same u hereby agreed to and aballb that any moth change shall be *ubmltted agreed t. and the same shall b* eub- : other taxee. or ei. maximum compensation from feea.provided :
TAX DEED submitted to tbe elector 01 the
I to the people of any county 1 muted the qualified elector* of the else said IceDN. ool- however that each officer
Notice I I. hereby given that Frank State of Florida for ratification or re- affected by referendum at tn* nut State of ,",orld for ratification or re each remit to the .. may a* he assume the herein .tale
lection at the next General action I.ot .h.l
at next ensuing general additional take over
W Xninlor the holder of the fnllnnhliticertificate I to b* held In 1844. as follow: ensuing Filed to.r election 8UMJAue Jeto that la to say: That Sections n.td prope official of each taxing allowed dul.81.tant. employee

ha* filet laid certlflcatieTor Section 1. The Legislature Shan fI'Oo 10 ol.. l.. I ( and 7 of Article of the Constitution all such, their respective forthwith Counties or and expense of ... assumed
I vide for a uniform and equal rat*" of Ibo tee coleeted. may be approved by the Budg.ICommilon
thereon.l'he o Jrlda. b aa may b ... Tax .
a tax dred to Im Usiied
taxation except that It providefor Bel
may amended read a* : of such Counties by
each
A JOINT RB8OLDTIOW folo. shall o
number and year or special rat or rate on Intangible Propartnf an "Section The Ol.clo 81e. .tat. supervisory authority
Certificate Amendment to Article V of the Constitution tem Ol. fo' full issue &
I..uo'n..e. the of the I property but such special rat or ratee of Florida by adding .1 appOlnt.e to any tax statement .. .h.l Include all may be established by the Legislature
erlpllon
property .
hall not exceed mill tb Ib.r.t
two on dollar Additional Section .. office under chic Constitution ad valorem taxes a.e..dduring Notwithstanding any general nr ip-
aa Relating or
anil the In wblch It van of tn* aaxessed valuation of lucb l. ae.lfe
mime Election shall extend only to the tint clal laws tbe of this Article
of Btat Judge one prYIlon
Attorney any year upon
...'....d are n. follows : |I Intangible property; provided. that aa. Criminal Court of Record and aSolclo Tuesday after the tint Monday inJinuary each parcel of real cl.nde and upon 1 hall be The Leinlatur -
to any obligatIon. secured by raortage. next the and oolrt may give reasonable Interpretation -
So each lot of and
(except the Judge and at el.ctl ,.
Certificate' No. :300 Year of deed of trust other the ( alta
IIKII.J; or Hep tbs Court of Record of qualification of Ncce.o. certificate shall Issued to t the word phrase and Sec.
.egifelatur prescribe an Intan- I. "Section 7. In case of election tOns this Article and direct their
may
.
alice 1O4.ieaerlptiitfl!. cambia County). and Providing for a taxes upon each parcel of real
I slble tax ot not more than two (3)) tug V in ot such OfficeSPrIor to fill vacancies I office such election for each le and effect by related laws. The Legislature -
I of property : mills tbe dollar which hail be any shall be for that ot theunexpired property r.ei law
on to tb First Tuesday after the part shall be sold by each Is mav by control the eompan-
""""NW.i '"fW 'of NE%, 8e!, payable at the time such mortgage Pint :In 194*. by Appointment term commencing on the or may be provided by law ; *, i 'satlon of each officer and the pa,
I deed of trust or other lien t* pre. th Janu. and Coo. first Tuesday after the ; to County Tax**. and tax T I' pease and conduct nf each office al.
2-t, T 31. 1I1l"3.: 1ft errol.iilluui .
\\11. seated for recordatlon said tax to be flrmatlon by the Senate. In January next after .u ft'I ar not sold and which by law or fore-I : hereby and ma abolish fe*
In wlihh num'sseil : Chnrli-K In lieu of all other Intangible assessments Filed In office s. Stat are converted Into title may .,. where they el.1 In Dade anOrange *
BB IT RESOLVED BT THB LBOI8LATURS clOur
June U. M
such
on obligation The special 1M converted by tbe mav control *
La Follette. respective ount.
OF THB OF FLORIDA:
rate or ratee. or the taxe collected STAT I Counties and the property sold for the fees and chare.* of office or or-
All of sold lr"IA"I) )' h'lulr In the tberelrom. may b* apportioned by the That Article V of 01 A JOINT RESOLUTION Proposing to pro rata benefit of each Interested I,fInals' h of saId Counties
Legislature and eball be exclusive 01 the State of Florid b* amended by Amend Section I. Article of theConstitution i Section t Section 20 of Article
I'n il lily of Okeecliobce. Slate of Flnr1Ida I adding thereto an additional sectionto v taxing authority: sales shall be made D1
and of the State I I and 30 of Article
all other State County District Forid and penalties and Interest for delln- aDd Section S. 27
be known aa Section 47 of cold Article relating County and Section 8 of Ar-lcle( ind S'c.
municipal taxes: and shall prescribe t qu.ncl. Imposed u provided by lawfor VII
of StateAttorneys
to the election
T'nli-M Such certlflcnte nr icrtlflcall ucb regulation* aa shall secure a Just relating. of Criminal BB IT RESOLVED BY THE LEO 13LATURB County taxes: euch taxlne authorIty I I lon 5 of Article IX Conntl-
valuation of all property, botb real Judges Cour OF THi bTATK OF FLORIDA: It has a may I of the State of Florida .ba
-* ahull be redeemed nccorillim I.. and personal excepting such property of Record and County Solicitor I Tbat of Article VIII of whIr property .. ta In1r..t on 1 remix'n' In full force ard effect

law the prnpfrty ilcmrlhed In *materllflcale u may be exempted by law for mu. cept Court the of Record Judge and of Bscambla Solicitor of the I) I the Con.tlutlon of the State of Florida I foreclosure and all money derived said Section of aid, Article and tOe

...erlltl'nle"111 be. mill mclpal. education. literary scientific and the same I I. hereby agreed Count. County Commlwiioner from such sties. and from penalties other provision Ql tft* Ciltit;& Li >
or charitable b* and the same la hereby amended, of the State of World* relating Tot\
P ::gloua or purpose shall b* submitted to the elector 01 and Interest shall be collected and i } .
to the hlifheat! bidder at the cenrthome Approved by the Governor Uay 30 the State of Florida for ratification ; and a* amended I ii agreed to and hall distributed pro rats to the respective' ICOlntlo. |! "ttle. eon.oldate by this Article
o b. submitted to the elector of the .. force and effect.
door on the first Monday In rejection at the General Election munlclp.ltl. towns drainage ful
nUFiled in OUlce Secretary .< illite bo beld on the first Tuesday after State of Florida at the general election dl.tlet. taxing dl.trrt suave and except they mav each
the month of October litI) a huh h In \&.1.)' >0. li4.:1.: lint Monday In November 1844. a* follows of Representative to be held In the proportion .: relate to such office and the system
the 2nd lay of October 1941. : 1944 for approval or rejection That levied by each noon .ach parcel or cf taxat'nn and fee In Dade and
Section S. of Article VIII a* amended piece of property Involved I Orange Counties. Florida and a* u
RESOLUTION "Section 41. State Judgesof
Pnted this .loth of Aiiiftut 111. A JOINT Proposing I
day Attom.T.
hall read follow ( such office
u : Section and t. withinsold
3. Municipalities o.t.m
an Amendment to Article 7. Section 3. the Criminal and In each ol .
linT It. HAPJ.EHSOX. "Section 6 There shall b* one said Counties CountIes' Section and the
the
01 the Constitution of the State of County Solicitors (except Judge may by special election
Clerk I Circuit' Court ofOkeechobee Florida. Relative to Census and Apportlonment and Solicitor of the Our of Record five bounty CommUtBioner, In each of tbe to b* held prior to December 31. 1944 I i Constitution: hall be modified and
County changed by this
Article
by Amending Section 3 of Escambla hereafterbe Comml.toner. dltrlct retain right to assess and collecttaxes.
Florida Ount,1 In each t8' I riled In of tic
County
ot State
of said Article so as to Designate O- elected by electorsof be .count. dlatlcta .bal munrclP adoption of this Article, June 10 1943 S.cr.t.
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cools and Okeecbobee Counties aa a their rPl'ctlYe Judicial l circuit or fn Ineu.ln. any government within i
:\lTH t OK 11.C'TJO'IT Senatorial District Designate Broward counties and County official ral be as nearly equal Counties of Dade and Orange th.1 I I
the Sheriff nf iikMilHihw: CotlDtv County aa a Senatorial District and are elected proportion to population The after not than fifteen ( IS) daY' A JOINT RESOLUTION Proposing anI
of the, Slnti', nf Florida.Ho Designate Calboun and Gull Counties "Tb first election of State Attor Board of County CommIssioners in the notice by publication call a special I I I I ;Amendment to Article VIII of tie con
It Know Thai I. K A OH AYMiKntnrv as a Senatorial District neys. Judges of Criminal Courts of I respective counties shall from time election to be participated In bv the I stltutlou of the State of Florida Bela-
nf Stnte of the State of BB IT ENACTED BY THE LEOIfi- Record and County Solicitor (except to time fix the boundaries of such dis qualified fre.holder of such municipality I|I live to Assessment of !rop'rt fo
Flnrlila di lii'roliy give nile ibiit nUK.NKIML LAI'URIC: OF TUB: STATE OF FLORIDA the Judge and Solicitor of tb* Courtof I! trlct. Said County Comml.lon.r I), determine by I Taxes and the Collection Ta. by
KLIHTHIX: : lime the following amendment to Sec- Record of ') shall I! bt elected by the a majority whether Sections 1 and 2 I i Adding Thereto Additional Sections to
nlll l-e held In Okvei'hiilit-e Conntv I ton: 3 of Article 7 of the ConstitutionI be held at the ; raE: In 1948 or. of said county at the time and hereof be or not b*. .Ue\v within I Provide that in the County of Hills-

Stile nf Florida, on Ttiemlnv next I i the Btat of Florida relative to cenus ta take office the after place of I other county of such munlclp.lty. fr..hold.I'I(I borough. 8iat of Florida the Count'
the fIrst Monday 149. ficer. :1fg office for four voting vote elect to Tax Assessor Shall Aspens the Property
> and designating I
*iii.idlinr the Ii ret ;iIi uiuIei l. Novi'inliir apportionment Janu. m.Jorl .
,
the Commissioner
year County of the .
County for of
A. I). 1UB. the mild\ 'Innnlny ceola and Okeecbobee Counties a* for a term of four y... haV such munlclpAl\ come under Pup" LevyIng -
the
even numbered Sectlone. County Municipal
"Th office of
ICe tbirty-nlntb laUI Senatorial District term or tenure anyone majority ofthose 8tt.
',"'''sfvKNTII' Broward County a* the fortieth heretofore or hereafter appointedto dl.trle. In 11 shall nerve fo determine that I .Levied by the S'ate County,
yotng.
: :: 11.,0nmlf:1t two '. ., I .hll
140) Senatorial District, and Calboun any of the office herein ) In 1944 not said Section. 'County 1 .- *,
for nlied Mate Sinntiir from the and Oulf Counties as the forty-first ball not be extended m.ntone. the odd numbered district shall serve such vote the majority votee to come i 'Special Tax oJooordDt* ; Uunlclpalltlee -
Ktnlinf rlmlilii.', fin .1 l< M urn rriuii.Inn. ill Senatorial District be and the vacancy In any of such office priorto for four year and thereafter the under Sections 1 and 2 hereof or If> '
3. 1U41. iam I Ia hereby agreed to and shall be said flout Tuesday after the first term shall be for four years: Provided any municipality fall to call and hold i I I I BB IT .
Fur P.lirht 'IM I Vrexlileiitlal! EINtori. submitted to the electors of Florida Monday In January 1849. shall be fUled that Section n of Arlcle VII such election prior to December 11 TURK OF THE STATS: OF rLuBiDA:
Fur Ili'iiri'Hi'titnlhi' nf tin* Sixth Can.irrcMlnnal for ratification or rejection at the Gen.ral by appointment by the Governor and of this Constitution .b.1 af.t.d 1944 then In either such event Sec-I i I Tba the following Amendment to Ar.
Hlnfrlct nf the State of Election to be held on the first confirmation by the Senate a* heretofore heroby""I. lions 1 and 2 hereof shall b* effective, VIII of the Constitution of the
riorldm, In the IIp\.ntY',11I', foilirns : ruesday after the first Monday la provided by the Con.ttutloa but In offloe S.cretar o State upon such municipality [ the event: State of Florida relative to the A.
nf the I tilted Stale. November, M44, a*' follow In no case for any longe 27 14A any municipality elect tot to some ment and Collection of all
fin iinerinir nf Ibo Slnte of Florid "Section 3. The Legislature that the first Tuesday Ie tint Monday under Sections 1 and 2 a.reof. such the Counl of Hillsborouith State of
Fur Secretnrv nt SlnlK of the Stiltdf sbaU meet In regular session A. D. In January 194 JON RESOLUTION Proposing an election shall not affect 4 adding thereto additionalieCtlons
Fliirl.lnFnr ,' 1855. Cud those tbat shall meet every 'Any provision of the ConstitutionIn to the Constitution of the 9. 6. 7, (. and 9 of thIs Article except; to be known as Section 11 and
Attorney deni-riil, of the Slate nfrinrliln ten year. thereafter ball apportion conflict herewith I Is hereby repealed State of Florida to Be Known as Article to the assessment and collection of Section 12. b* and the same la hereby
the representation in Ibo Senate and ." XX Section 1-9 thereof. Relating taxes In such municipality, which shall I agreed to and shall be submitted to the
Fur Comptroller\ of I Ihe Stnte "f 1'lor shall provide for forty-on (41)) Senatorial Filed In office Secretary of State to the Consolidation of Certain remain as I* now provided by law:, I I I EI.ctor of the State ol Florida for
District, ucb District to b* May IS. H43 Office In the Counties of Dad and provided however. that at any general I ; or rejection at the g.nl'ra
101,1., tin xinli"f PliirMn e* nearly equal In population aa practicable Orange State of ForIda. and Providing city or town election held thereafter I i I Election to be beld on the frt Tu.
r"r Tn'ii iiH>r "f ( but no County ihttll be divided A JOIN RESOLUTION Proposing an in Said th. Combination upon petition filed at least thirty (30) day after the first Monday November .
For Siiperlnteiidont, of Public Inmmilinn In making such apportionment to Section 1 of the Dec of Assessment and Collec.tlon day prior to such election by ten per 1M4, .folowl
i'f the State of Florida. I and eacb District shall have one Senator laratlon of Right In tb Con.tlutoD and Equalization of County MunIcipal enl of the fr..hold.t entitled to I' SectIon 1 and after Janur .
Fur Ciiniinlmliiner tIt Afrlcnltur of : Provided that Oeceola and Okeecbobee of the State of Florida, and DI.trlc Taxes and Permitting In ."cl .I.elon. the question of r try 1. the County Ajutenaor
the Suite of Floriln. CountIes, Florida snail constitute Double Jeopardy SelfIncrimInatIon.Due Referendum and whether .hal I in the County 4 Hillsboiougb, Stave
Fur Two (191> inline,'* ..f Iii Sii.remCourt | <' the Thirty-ninth (39tb Senatorial Process of Law, and the Taking the Consolidation of the of he bound by Sections I and 2S I of Florida shall awe** all prop<.t, for
of I the Slate "f Florida.For District. Broward County Florida of Private Property Without Just Compensation County Prosecutor and Ofc,tb he placed on the ballot and upon a ,, Stat COUll. Shol. and Munlci-
0-ie ill jIll Ilrni roiiiinla.li,net ball constitute the Fortieth MOID) by Providing the Right that of State Attoorney and Combining vote to be so bO\nd. euch municipality I 1.1 taxes the County
nf the Stale of riiirlda.F ', Senatorial Dutrlct and Calboun and Person to Work Shall I Not Be I: the Clerk of the Criminal and hall bound by said Section I be t o.b County. County School

..r Stole Suiai/ir for Thirty-IhlnlhoiiHlnrlnl Gulf Counties Florida shall constl.tut or Abridged on Account of Civil Court and Duties of Tax Collector *. I I! Board, School Dltct., lp.Cla Tex
rilitrlit nf the State of the Forty-first ilsti, Senatorial ship or Non-Membership In I ( with the Clerk of the Circuit Section 4. The County Tax A.1 I I 8chol DI.lrlct *.
Flnrldii. District; and. at the same time, the Union or Labor M.mb..1: Court. and the Count Tax Colector Dde I I I I shall at the Legielatlv -
Fur (III"- Mi-inlier t, ot the IIoiiw ofIteiiri'aentntUe Legislature stall also apportion the Providing that the Right I BB fT RBSOLVEO BT TUB LBOISLATURB and O.ng. .* .hal Im"e Session In 1943 and from time to
nt (he Stub ofFlorldn. representation In the Hous of Repreaentatlvee ployree to Collectively Bargain Shall THB STATE OF FLORIDA way of oth.rwl. Urn Ih.realtr. enact law .pelfylo.
and shall allow three (3) Be Preserved That 01 Constitution of the State upon the municipalities. town dls. the pOW'I. luncllln' duties corn-
Fir i '"nlll, Judge." Representative to each of the five BB IT RESOIVKD BT THB LBOISLATURB of Florida be and the same Is hereby Irlct. or other taxing areas within I pensatlon County Tax .elr. See
Fur sheriff most populoua counties. and two cal 0 FLORIDA: amended by adding Article XX thereto Counties for their ..rlc. In ; posted In paragraph 1 ot ct
For Ocrk nf the Circuit Court. Representative to each of th* next That the ,TH STAT to the and as amended la agreed to. and .making It Fir .Priiam-iilliiK, Attorney. County eighteen more populous oountle and Constitution of the State of ,",orda. .bal be submitted to the elector of valoiem acreage taxes or other to the extension on ills assessment
l one (1) Representative to eacb of Ibo Section 19 of the Declaration of Right State of Florida for adoption orrejectIon duties Imposed or to be Imposed hereunder rol of the County Tax Assessor of
Court.For remaining eountlee of the State at of said be and the at the next general election The Legislature of the Stateof I taxes levied bv tbe State County
.
"ounly.our of raxe the thins of Neb apportionment Conlltutlon. Florida may. by law provide for paymente County School Board School
I* berb, to. and toe same snail to b* held in the year : DI.t.let
Fur Tux Collector.For \ Should the LLllatu fal t apportion be a..d the qualified el_. li4".I to the respective County or I Special Tax School Districts ad
("mintv Superintendent of Pnli- the 8.nat 0... of the State of Florid for ratification ARTICLE X Counties In an amount not to exceed nicipailtiesSection
lie Inxtriii'tliili. and tn the Hou of Repr.entatv. or rejection at the DUI ensuingGeneral I Section 1. That on and alt mid- one per cent of electon made and I 12 1. From and after Jenaary p.
For Five County Comnlsciunere.Fir at any IOD that I* to say. that n.fc-ht. D.cmb.r 31st. 1944. Count paid by the taxing 1, IMS. The County Tax CollectorIn
nf the County Board lattIce E.ctlon. ... the Counties authority, to cover all of collection .
One Memlii-r .any the time herein des Section Declaration of Right 11a .on cost the County of HUlsborougb
of Pnlillc I oat rin'linn. lat it eball be the duty of the of the Constitution of tb* Stat of Orange, State of Florida la and assessment Incurred by the Florida. hall collect all taxes 8tat O
In Telliiiniiv Whereof. I hnve here or Legislature succeeding Florida b* amended as aafollows I each become and be **aensor respective Counties the County by the State, County
lint Met, my hand and afflxm, flue eucb regular session of the Legislature.t o t rad I all property In their respective Section 1 That on and the County School Bo. School
D..tref
ireiit Seal of thn State of either la Special or Regular aesalon. toapportion "Section 11 No person shall be *ubect Counties, and they .bal afU that expiration of the term of &e Special Tax Sb"ol DI.mct 14 1.
nt Tnlliihiiimpe., the Cnpltul I. this the the representation In the ) to be twice put In Jeopardy fo, date tusks all 0 a Tax Collector "f the Counties Count nicipalities
IWI.tlly.tlflh dny of Atigint. A. P. Senate and ul the Rome of Repre- the same offense no compelled In any : valorem and acreage tales and and Orange State of Florida fo a Tb Legislature aball at the L* >
eotatlvea herein provided The criminal case to a witness agalnrt taxe that are or may be Imposed upon whIch said Collector have been 11.9 Session of 143. and from
11M4'H.. A. OIIAViStnle preceding regular Federal or regular himself nor b* deprived ef life llb- I real or personal property er thu u.s.including I ed as 04tb* data of 1943 thereafter enact laws *tm.
Ural) Secretarv of StatoTu 'tat* Oua. whichever shall bavebn .rt,. or property without due proceoa by way of a single valuationall the duties imposed upon t.t& Ing the power function duties andcompensation
I.. L. Conrad. Sheriff of any apportionment' of law nor shall private property betaken assessment upon property for each Tax Collectors of the Counties of Dad of County T Collector
lIon f Representative tn the Senate acid i without just compensation The municipality town district or other and Orange by law and this Article designated tn paragraph 1 this

_okeiiliulit-e_ ('oil ulty.. ._ tile HOUM of Representatives ball. right of p.lon. to work shall not b* special taxing district. In Dad and .h.1 b* .um.d and taken over by tlon I 13 and shall likewise provide'
n mtm I making such apportionMat. denied or abridged on account of mem. Orange Counties Such ad nlor.mm.nt reepecuve Clerks of the Circuit the collection care custody, "
BONDS the event the Lllalu.I bershlp or non-membenblp In any shall be subject to review Court In and for Dad and and disbursement of all taxes aollMWd
BUY MORE WAR fall t reapportloa the labor union or labor organisation: and equalization by th* County Board Count!**. who shall then Oanl by the County Collector
_Ua Legislature as required by provided thar thla clause shall not of Equalisation of each County ..ble over the book. fund and accounts Filed In T Blase.
-- amendment before its aJoun. construed to deny or abridge tb. rl<1 IB each County shall consist of the of the Collector for each County, and June 14 oU. 'e I
MO! (and suck extraordinary 10 of employe by and through a labor oral County Comml.lon.1 and see who thereafter shall be known and The votes cant la compliance mid
es eJ1d for reapportionment ball orranlaatton or l.hO union to bargain member applt.< fo by each termed a* both the "Clerk of the Circuit proposed a.ndmt and th*.
M limited t uplr at the end of collectively with their .m lo.r" f tow each County Court" and '"Tax Collector" ef delo.Uo. thereof, _.
WCHtCKA twenty day o all. until reap- In office of State having a copulation of more than thepety.. County fo ..ble beI the tl a* an
Pie s.ta t e. fltO
partlonasas I* .rrat. and shell eon. 1000 at the last census: said Boardof I provided law al
: **** BO bln than such Yay84 Equailaatioo ball otherwise be governed Section (. On and after the expiration the Stat b FlorldsDf ..
WV70"W.666* .lmlll." by the general law from time of the terms of the TBSTOIOirf
be n'IIe A JOINT RESOLUTION Proposing an to time in force r the 81 Helton of Dad and Orange I bav h w.***
.the Oenaral Bectloa In 1944 A".ndm.nl to Section 14 of ArticlefT equalization taxes led.t I Florida fo walrb the shall be : hand and _
_aal M called within ninety of the Constitution of the Stateof municipality each Cun" having a lervtng this Article Seal of the But U. 0
.te tor the election of 8en- Florida Relating to Uniform Ouot I population I MO mat aci.poins adopted. :b.latem Attorneys ef Dd 8. .t Tallah .,
i Thirty-ninth ((1Mb and Municipal Government l. an .ddiliona member who shall and Orange Oountle respectively. shall thla tb* ard Kali'.
tuwJ UUriJ & Forty-tint 141st) Classification' of Cities aal Town 'I be o of the -f b* and become the Prosecuting Of- A. D.
<* .
F r t > 11.
I = !* such -pla BK IT IVD IY L5015L.ATURS -"II""D for the purpos eual. fleer of all the Criminal Court *f ?.
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la the OP FLORIDA: ..
a& lutlOI IX. reepeet any D. Oafe and Orange Counties respective Secretary at .










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IF YOU want to get married, write :Mr. and hire S. G. Burns and two i ern states Iowa li the native state bee this week and will make hit Applications are now being received

Local and j Personal Box 20, Vancouver, Wash. I ions, Bobby and Tommy, of Canal of !Mr. Dalgetty but he ..ya' that he I home here with Mr. and Mrs. F. F. for classes In elementary and

Point were visitors spending Sun much prefera Florida to any of the j I Burr. advanced engineering at the Unlveriity -
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In Okeechobee the guests of states he visited while away of Tampa. All Interested
Thirty-four young people enjoyed REMEMBER: Soldier and Sailor 'day ,

a rib roast at the home of Mr. and mail for overseas must be mailed Mr. and Mrs P, P. Evans and fam- I REMEMBER Soldier and Sailor persons are Invited to contact the

Mrs P. P, Evans last Friday night. between September 15th and Oct- ily. Mrs P. P. Evans has returned to j mail. for overseas must be mailed j' university for full Information.

ober 15th. I her home here after spending sev- :!: between September 15th and October -- -V

Miss Minnie Lee McCarthy will r Mr. and Mrs Kenneth McMullcn ernl weeks In North Carolina and 15th.

leave Tuesday for Tallahassee where FOR SALE-Seventh Day Advcn- announce the arrival of a baby boy Havanna and Tallahassee, Florida. I Il I t I

>he will again enter ichool at the tint church building In East Okee- that arrived at the Fort Pierce I I l I Ii I I I LanltUI lIe Is the only Instrument';' I I ( I

Florida State College for Women. chobee, If Interested see R, E. hospital Monday morning lIe has i REMEMBER! : Soldier and Sailor of science, and words are but the ) I I

Willis or J. R. Stanley. been named Lawrence Kenneth Me- I mail, for overseas must be mail signs of ideas,--Samuel Johnson I -

REMEMBER Soldier and Sailor I Mullen. Jr.REMEMBER. I bctwoun September 15th and Oct. I, ,---

mail for overieai must be mailed County Judge T. W. Conely, Jr., I obcr 15th. f I mtlCJlJC1f'M)It n u ( ? .. I" '( '. 0'u II IRRft"PtR1C'A SiX N.fiiR/ SiM#DtdD1n

between September 15th and Oct left Wednesday night for Tallahas- : Soldier and Sailor '

ober loth. lee where he went on business lIe mall for overseas must be mailed I FOR SALE 1940 Ford Opera i


Frank Reeves-ion of Mr. and Mrs is expected to return tomorrow. between 15. September 15 and October I tire Coupe.. Borne Good Gardner.condition, with !good 13-2 1: THE WAR NEWS CONTINUES


V. F. Reevei left Wednesday night Mrs A. H. Evans of Miami spent I II "

for Gainesville where he will enter I' last Saturday In Okeechobee with David Dalgetty has returned to his Geo. B. Camp, who has made his TO BE GOOD

the University of Florida for the her parents- Mr. and Mrs. J. H. home In Okeechobee after spending, I home In Gainesville for the past I, r. :

coming year I Walker, Sr. two months In Iowa and other west' several years arrived In OkeechoXo. i "i.


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ON ALL FRONTS THE WAR NEWS IS t,

I GENERAL ELECTION NOVEMBER 7th 1944 '
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GOOD AND SHOULD ENCOURAGE ALL 9

Okeechobee County FloridaMake
OF US TO DO EVEN MORE TO HASTEN

II)

: a Crosi (X) Mark before the To he State :Senator! from the 33rd :Make a Cross (X) Mark before tho 3 ITS END. OUR FIGHTING FORCES

name of the Candidate of your Senatorial District of the I I name of the Candidate of yourEholuv To amend Article V, Section 21Ilinliliiu II
choice or If you wish to vote a State of Florida I or if you wish to vote a Ho number of Justice, fence AROUND THE WORLD CONTINUE TO
make Vote for :Stui trht Republican Ticket make an I'lKtrlrU In OilY county' to fire, profiling
Democratic Ticket im one!
Straight the I.cKlHlntui'p" limy chniigo
X In the circle below: I N. RAY CARROLL I X in the circle below: houniliirli'B, nlmllnli or create districts ,: BEAT THE GERMANS AND THE JAPS
I ,
If siiliinltted to the people In
DE'tIOCR.TIC.l0II1EE8: : : I Rh1'LBLICANMisEES: : : : :: the. next general election
I u ON LAND, SEA AND AIR '

Representative In the'==Legislature 1, I For the AmendmentI II

.0 I Against the Amendment ,
o of the State of Forlda "

Vote for one II | No. 4To ; THIS GOOD NEWS SHOULD MAKE I"I"Ii

lo
vote a "straight Kepubllcan
To vote a "(straight Democraticlicket" I W. J. (BILL) HENDRYTo
make X mark In the circle ticket" make an X mark In the circle nnienil Article V of the Consllliilloii EVERYONE MORE ANXIOUS THAN EVER -
an ,
I above. l.v milling( section 1'.0'ld.1 3
above hug fur Hie elii'lion i.f state Attor-
-- be Sheriff of Okeechobee i' neJiulires( of Crlinlunl Courts of TO BUY BONDS AND HELP BACK I i
Record fwd( County Hi.ll.-ltorx (except
lo be 'residential Electors of the County, Florida 'lo be Presidential Electors of the Judge, and I Solicitor! of Court of *
1!,. '"rd c.f Ksciuiililn: Coiintr) In I l'H! 1 ( S THE ATTACK.
Vote for State of Florida
Florida one: :
State of : mil, thcreuttiT,. and providing for
Vote for eight: I N. O. STEWARTTo Vote for eights: fl'llng! vacancies prior to ..liiinnirv.l.'l'l .
:' : liy appointment l.y the (!ov.eiiior .
I ARTHUR L. ANDERSONMRS I 'I RANDOLPH BELL ,, mid'( cunflrmatlnii by the Son t tl 9
ate.
X CARROLL JR 1 HOWARD GIBBONS Buy More Bonds
FRANK Today
I be County Judge of OkeechobeeCounty --- I For the AmendmentI
Florida | WM. M. GOBER --I ,
I A. J. COBBWALLACE 6'u
I Against the AmendmentNo.
Vote for CHESTERTL.
I N. KEITH one! I HALL
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I LEWIS PETTEWAY I T. W. COMELY JR. | :MRS ALMA HEWITT 5 u

I RAY SELDEN I I i MRS :MAZIE NORTH To ninend Rectum 12. I.cliirnllon, u ,
of !nights: In the Conslliiitlon liy pro--
| MRS. RUBY TAVENNER tiding the right, of to work nM
I L. H. SHOE'tIAKERIIIRS. : persons M
To be 1'rosecutlng Attorney of
shall nut he denied( ir abridged onneeoiint
I :MARY SULLIVAN Okeechobee County, Florida MRS. M. R. WENTWORTH of :inomlicri-hlp' or linn memliemhlp Okeecliobse County '
In labor
Vote for nio union or lahororviinlxiitlnn u
one:
"l mid
I I ; providing( for the
II right of collective hnrirnliilng.
I Mary Sanderfur Schulman I
I I For the Amendment

I I I I Against the Amendment n Bank

I To he Superintendent of Public I _. __ ___ -- --
Instruction of Okeechobee County, I1. No. 6
I Florida / -1.1.I
1.I I To nmend Section 21 of Article III : Phone 15
I Vote for one: of the Constitution providing, for n1IIIII'IInll
II I M.\ .1"11I of county und, mu.iilclpnl .
I I CARL T. nURRANCE Koveriiinent nnil providing IJ i
I for exctptlons, In i-aiu-r \iiicre the Deposits Insured through Federal 1 Deposit i>
I I.eitlidiiiiirc X
I tummy ennci" lurid or Speyebd
laws IncoimlHteiil" therewith.
Insurance
To be United States Senator from Corporation
To be United States Senator from To he Tax Assessor of Okeechohee For the :
I Amendment
the State of Floridator
the State of Florida County, Florida ; DIRECTORS
OFFICERS AND
( a term of six years trom I Against the Amendment :
Vote for one Vote for one:
Jan. 3, 194)
C, H, McNULTY President N. RAY CARROLL Vles-Presldsnt
I CLAUDE PEPPER } .
ROBERT LA MARTINTo 'j
._ .. .... Vote for one: .'10. 7 '
:\ M. T, WHIDDEN CashierE .
I I I :MILES H. DRAPERI To nmend Sections II and T of J( :
-- .\rth"',. XVIII of the l CoiiHtltiitloniroldlng Ii M. Meserve J. M. Roe, Sr. J. 0, Pearce Allen afarkkaaSSSSSSX&&M '.
To be Representative In Congress be Tax Collector of Okeechobee I |"" that terms i.f office ofiippulnUM'S f{
Districtof lo fill \ncnnclcn In >'lcrlive .
Congressional
from 6th County, Florida olflees' extend: onh In tin flr.t '
the State of Florida he Representative In Congress 1'11",111IIf"'r the list Moiidin' In.Innuiiry m:: !: : : S&)Ut, JQiJl;x X X/I K a {}*;S S.lI.1UtJl..I1.11.JtJtJU1.1l.C!

Vote for one! Vote for one! from 6th Congressional Districtof following I the election, und, ..
I BESSIE ALDERMANI the Slate of Florida 'iim|' Ifliatl.iii .if H siu'cesmir; and In ----- ---- -
I DWIGHT L. ROGERS nil rnsca of eleeilon' tn fill vacancies
Vote for one: III ofllce such shall I lie fur that part
I nf. ,
---- the iincxplicd term roumleuriug
I ,... --:' I EDWARD W. GREB .on the flrnt Tiiemlay after the firm
Miiiidnv In Jiiniiary after '
such
To be Governor of the State of be Clerk of the Circuit Court of I election.' next
RELEASED BY THE ARMY
Florida Okeechobee County, Florida --- -
I For the Amendment
Vote for oneMILLARD! Vote for one: To be Governor of the State of

Florida I Against the AmendmentNo.
| CALDWELLI I ROY R. RAULERSON
Vote for one!

I 1 I BERT L. ACKERTo 8To Now Open Year Around
'
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nmend SiK-IInn, ', of .\1'111'1.111
be Secretary of State of the To be Supervisor of Registration of I nf the Constitution' ,providing fur
of Florida five l.'il County ComuiliiHlonprs inn.trlcts .
State -
Okeechobee County Florida -
,
General of the In each county, nnnihered, OIIH
.
Vote for ones Vote for one: be Attorney to five IIM nearly' IIM ,poHxllile P'IIIIII
State of Florida In piiinilntton. mid "pnnldlng for one,
I R, A. GRAY W. HARGRAVESI 'oiinty CuniinliiHloiipr from ench' such' Riveria HotelGEM
| Vote for
one
:: __ illntrlets: : providing. for the fixing of
I the liiiundiir nf sash districts -
SCHAD > proildlng
.., I I- .. I J. HARRY : fur the election of Count\'
;: = =
CoinmUsloners froni the county, for OF FLORIDA'S EAST COAST
General of the
be
To
Attorney I ,
To be County Commissioner, terms: of four Mi years and the
State of Florida stnggerlnir'' of such terms of office.
District No. 1, of Okeechobee -
Vote for one I County, Florida I For the Amendment Announces
CONSTITUTIONAL
I 1 J. TOM: WATSONTo PROPOSED
Vote for one: AMENDMENTS !I Against the Amendment

I I B. C. SWAIN
No. tTo No. 9

be Comptroller of the I Section 1 of Article IX NEW CABANA CLUB
nmeiid To amend the Constitution t of Florida uniform and 1"llInl l
for
State pmrlillnit n Ing Article XX !Sections 1 II Ihennf.Itelatlng .
rnte of tnx.illon ; ,pr.ivl.llng '"' 1\ to the Consolidation of Cer.
Vote for one To he County Commissioner, ntangllilrs -
of taxation on
all 'lnl rnte tits offices In the counties nf Imdeamid OPEN NIGHTLY
District No.2 of Okeechobee exceed two' <(2)) mills and
tint to Orange. !State of Florida, and
LEEJ
I J. M. County, Florida unhiding, such, ortea on iienslgshnli! providing' In said enmities for the I
deeds of trust other combination of mmesmnents mid collections SWIMMING POOL and TENNIS COURT
I recorded
Vote for ones: h. Inynhl.'bl'n documents are and equnllxnllun of countv' .
mid lie In Ilea of nil other municipal, and district taxes and
To be Treasurer of the I W. F. WalkerTo lntnnirll.ilassessments i>n such rro 'permitting: niiinli'Ipiil referendum,
riding the tax therefrom mnv lie apportioned and,! the consolidation, of the office
State of Florida I by the Lrzlsliitiire' amihnll "l I'ollntf'r"'lIt..., and Solicitorwith Music Entertainment
!h. exclusive: of nil other leaps that.
Vote for one of !stntp Attorney, and'
and l provdlng, the LeBlslntiire$ shall eomlilnlnir the Clerk of the Crlmlnii,
I J. EDWIN LARSON be County Commissioner, prescribe\ rniru'ntlnnn tn secure )Hint mid (Clvl' ) Courts and, duties of Tax Recreation
riiliiii1l.. li* of property Collector with the Clerk of the Clreiilt .
I District No. 3, of Okeechobee '- Court.

County Florida I For the Amendment
I For the Amendment
To be Superintendent of Public Vote for one I I Against the Amendment
Instruction of the State of Florida -- I Against the Amendment TRANSPORTATION SERVICE
I I F M. !MOBLEY
Vote for one! --- -- -- No. 2 FOR GUESTS
I VII. 8e.ll"nJ:! No. 10
I COLN ENGLISH To amend Article pulslntnrp In 1Ki STATION WAGON WILL MEET YOUR TRAIN AND MAKE
the
l.rnvlillnir! for thereafter to 'I' To amend Article VIII of the Coilstltutlnn i,
n1 ten years
I To be County Commissioner, i ono"'non every representation In the enntc hv 1 : nddlnir nitillMonnt eec ,
tI"". to he known as sections II nnd TRIPS TO TilE WORLD'S FAMOUS BEACH
District No.4. of Okeechobee 19theoumtims.rlsthe
: nrorlnlPillstrlrtenth
12 that In
: providing : Hlllshorongh
To be Commissioner of Agriculture County, Florida !sint. !ten !
Onceola nn.l Okefchohee Countv from and. after Janunrv 1.1
of the State of Florida HUH 1 the Tax I Inropertv
40th(I to I'om"rl." Count; Assessor '
Vote for one BOAT AND MOTOR FOR FISHING
'
Vote for one llrownrd County unit, the list to of eonntfor purposes of
I C. E. DRAWDY comprise Golf; and Calhoitn Counties xtiite. Cnuntr, School and MiinlclpnlTaxes AND PLEASUREWrite
nprosontatlim levied l hv the State nnd l
MAYO also to apportion
I NATHAN :
In the House of \p"reOl'lIlntlrel Countv. County Si'hool Ilonrd. School
I I .o Mint the five most populous conn- Districts., Special Til* School Pin-\
the trleU and Munlclpnlltles of the
ties shnll have three members for Descriptive Literature and Summer Rates
counties snaii county and providing for the Legislature
I
To be Justices of the Supreme To he County Commissioner, b next, .. )two nlni'nberslnnnil, the remaining of 1IU.1 and therenftrr to
Court of Florida District No. 5, of Okeechobee ar r-nnntlcs one member each ; and pnnet Iii Ito i 'a leglHlatlon speclfvtngpowers
of the Leglslii- funetlons.' duties nod com.ppimnilon .
Florida failure
County, lirnvlillnir that
Vote for two: .,
tare to apportion In the yearn abovemenilnneil f Count Tax Assessors Riveria HotelBox
Vote for ones ., In n regular session ""<' and providing that the County: Teat'oBwtnr ,
RIVERS BUFORD
I do so Inwgu'ar In Illllshorough County
legislatures may:
10| J. CHAPMAN popdlnir! special sessions, end, any hall IlkonlHc collect all taxes levied,
| ELWYN THOMAS or shall lit the pnnnty by State ('0I111t",
AI,. 'I111 session for such purpom I 747 DAYTONA BEACH, FLORIDA
I not hi limited to twenty ((201 days.or County Sch'inl Bonrd. School PinIrlrts -
I nt nil until rp.npportlonment I"pffpptml Spprlnl, Tax Rihool! Dlit-l i -
t mid shall ho limited to that snd, Municipalities: and providing, .
To be Member County Board of siihjcct : and providing for specialpVctlons that the eulslnture of lain and -
rubric Instruction, District Mo.. tof to elect Senators In the thereafter shall enact laws specify
the
To be Railroad Commissioner of Okeechobee County, Florida pith\ 40th and lint district In the ing power, functions duties nnd I Notice
State of Florida e.vi ", of ratification of this amend" com nonunion of such County TnCollector.

Vote for onel Vote for one ment. j jL.O Several Hotel Positions Open Write !

| ,. (BABE) DOUGLASS | VAN E. LIGHTSEYI | For the Amendment --| the Amendment I II

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