The Okeechobee news
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Title: The Okeechobee news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The Okeechobee Publishers, Inc.
Place of Publication: Okeechobee Fla
Creation Date: September 22, 1944
Publication Date: -1992
Frequency: triweekly[<1989>-1992]
weekly[ former <1926-1945>]
semiweekly[ former <1981-1983>]
three times a week
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Okeechobee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Okeechobee County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Okeechobee -- Okeechobee
Coordinates: 27.241667 x -80.833056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 82, no. 91 (Sept. 13, 1992).
General Note: "The voice of the Everglades."
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 6, no. 24 (Jan. 8, 1926).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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BONDS STAMPS AND! IDbr ((1)kttthnhrr) News' BONDS BUY STAMPS WAR AND! v'.v' I

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Volume 30-Number 14 Okeechobee, Florida, Friday, September'- 22, 1944
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Various Gamps Laid To Rest Here
I Announcing the
Dwight L. Rogers of Fort Lauder- of Herman
T, W, Conely, Jr., left Tuesday I
At Home & Abroad dale, Democratic candidate for Congress
fur Jacksonville where he went to On Sat. AfternoonJ.
I from this district, was a vii Watford at Hospital in
I meet with the campaign committee itor In Okeechobee Tuesday afternoon 1
Arthur R, Davis arrived homeru.day _
of the State Democratic Executive seeing friends and arrangingfor
I and is spending a ten day I ItI'r Committee. Mr. D. Harden died Thursday afternoon i his campaign for the November BUSINESS MAN: URGED A telegram was--received-
:hove here Conely Is the September 14 from here yes
hii mother and an attack [ TO DEAL
election. WITH
Mr. Rogers was nominatedas LOCAL DAN h terday
relative] ': chairman/ of the State Democratic of acute Indigestion. He had suffered -I announcing the death of Her
th* Democratic candidate for man Watford at
Executive Committee and the meeting several lighter attacks during ,'Congress from the new Sixth District : Tampa, somewhere in an army hospital
I the I I Sep 19.-The small business England. According
Solly Ellis arrived In this week was to make final past few months.Mr. II to
I In the May Primary.Mr. man In need of financial aid tho telegram he died there
fuvsday and spent several dayi with plans and get in motion the Demo Harden was 63 years old and Rogers stated while here that is urged by V. H. Northcutt, president tember 7. Sep

relative and friend Ha Is sta- I cratic campaign In this state was born in Troy, Alabama, but he was making a trip over the district of the Florida Bankers Asso-I,,I Ills parents, Mr.: and f
tuned at Camp Hunter Savan The campaign committee met moved with his family to Okeechobee Mrs. Walter
near yes- I now but would be back later elation to see his local banker. Watford, had the
nah. Ga.Hvndrlcki. 1"1 day and got the campaign underwa In 1923 and<1 had made his home and Information that
spend more time here on his "The banks of Florida," he said, he had been confined
). here since. I to a hospital
He was engaged In the
next visit.Fred "have the resources and are readyto several months but
------v t' h business no news about
Field, Sebrlng, Flu.] and was coming in ,, y -- help every small business that what caused him to be
Sept. 10. -- (Special to Okeechobee j Chief Clerks of from the lake when the attack I has a sound program/ and capable but It is presumed that carried there
-truck him. IK died before a doctor Boromei and had been
Niw) Second Lieutenant Connie management. wounded In the fighting/ in French ,
W Raulerson] has qualified as a reach him. "It was necessary for the government since the Invasion.

Flying! Fortress pilot at Hendrlcks Power Company Funeral services were conducted Miss Rose Assacl I to finance construction of war Herman entered the
army about
Fuld, Sebring. and after enjoying a for him Saturday afternoon at 4:30;: materials" he said, "but the bank. three years

It'ave will report to another station. i In Meeting HereThe at the Primitive Baptist Church of Will Marry SoonThe ', em felt that after th,' war the government ished his training ago and In after this he fin

which! he hnd teen a lifelong morn should withdraw and let was sent to England with country

Malcom Simmons left Saturday bar Rev. B. E. Holland of Plant I, the community banker take care of other boys where he many
"<'irht to return to the Naval Air chief clvik of The Eastern City, assisted by Rev D. 0. Alder- i the financial problems of his com- vance training
Okeechobct News is in rf preparatory to the
Station at Jacksonville after spend Division of the Florida Power & man, conducted the ceremony. munity." Invasion of the
celpt of a letter from Fred Boromcl continent of Europe.
mg ten days here with his mother Light Company held an all day con Besides his widow he Is survived, In which he announces his engagement Tfi Ha has two brothers who are In the

Mrs. Bryant Bowden. ference at the Southland Hotel here bj three sons, Hubert, Cecil and and approaching marriage to i Ben Herr Gives service, Huey Glenn In England and
Thursday September 14. Eaul Dalton
Okeechobee and three duuifh who Is
:Miss Rose M. Assad of Dannbury stationed in Virginia.
('pi.' Bill Humphrey was among The Florida Power & Light Com- tin, Mrs. Franklin Walker and Mrs. Conn The announcement was made Herman is the third Okeechobee
1 the troops that were landed on An- pan has recently started these N. E. Mixon Okeechobee and Mrs. Facts About the boy who has lost
at the home of Miss Assucl his life on for
guar Island with the Slat Division I meetings to give the clerks an upportunity W. G. Williams of Miami, and six ber 12. No date has been Scptem'I I I eign soil since the beginning of the
of the last week. Bill had I to discuss mutual problems
army grandchildren. Also war. The
Water '
surviving are the wedding. I In Lake others were Warren King
been stationed In Hawaii with his I make suggestions concerning five brothers, W. 11., C. E., and G. His letter was written aboard the' I Jr., lost In the Naval fighting In the
oitfit, for several months but it was their work, etc.. and to become bet- W., of Okeechobee, and C. D. Hsr- Pacific, and Pete
U. S. S. Mirth on which Fred has I Lightner, who was
not until last week that he landed ter acquainted with the employeesirom den of Miami, and B. B. Harden of killed In Burma.Senator .
been for the past year operatingboth (From Everglades News)
the combat of the Pacific. the different districts.
111 area
Alabama and
sister Mrs M. W.
one In the Atlantic and also In I His opinion of what the elevation ---V
cording to the newspaper accounts Most of the members and others Daniels of :Miami besides
I many African waters during the invasion of Lake Okeechobee should be at
,,i the fighting there. his division uttunding the meeting assembled other relatives and friends. Andrews
of that country. He was recently 'I different seasons and under what
,if just now moving Into action there. I hue Wednesday evening and enjoyed I Following the the
ceremony at home leave few I conditions/ given In
on a days j a report n.ade
Daytona Beach, Fla., Sept. 19. Local a fish'Manager fry supper C. given H. I'arkerson for them on by church the Okeechobee the body was laid to rest in I Fred is the son of Mr. and Mrs j j by Ben Herr, secretary and chief I Says Families of

Pfc. cemetery. The pallbearers R. Boromei and born In Okeothobee engineer of Okeechobee-
Special to Okeechobee News)- was -I Flood Control -
the grounds at the plant. They
] lived were W. M. Martin, S. J. where he from District
George Reichert, who formerly graduated Men Get
asked for another fish-fry at noon
Davis. V. E. R. T.
n Okeechobee, Fla., has recently ThursdaY and Mr. Parkerson served Llghtsey, Lltfht- the Okccchobee High School and wasa | Between June and Oct. 31--Keep
arrived at Welch Convalescent Hospital soy Hewlett Walker and J. A. Un member of the football team during I canals closed
them lunch at the same place with derbill.KTIN. aa long us lake ele- -
the Army's new reconditioning plenty of fish hush puppies' swamp his time In high school. Upon vation Is below 15 feet above sea Washington Sept. 19. Senator
,enter in Daytona Beach, Fla. The cabbage, salad and coffee :M.\ : bntK.hL.tND--- completion of high school hire he I 1 i level; when lake' elevation is between Charles 0. Andrews has been advised
carefully planned program of phy. Members attending the meeting enterod the United States Navy l I I 15 and 16 feet above sea by the War Department that for
. oical and .educational reconditioning ,were: Wm. Acroe, Pahokee; Dorothy 'where he has seen many months of I level open outlet canals to discharge each member of our Armed Forces

not only will keep him busy but Frazee: Sebaatiian;; (per' 'Am1fn',*De- "- .-.:- ..t vas .(OVER.' "f ,104'vJre'OX : an amount j>fwater_ equal to the regardless of his branch of service,

will also return him to good physl- ray; Joe Backus, Stuart; Mildred : MIf.1' 1Sr"1-1 .ur ac7i In flowai \long \s fliartuPface "h" elCd, +.tv1c"'th"'v.ItI( f !Ii,, ........... ;

Pfc. Reichert Is the ion of Mr. Alice Bass, Okeechobeo. Two members wa.' found floating In shallow water the Christmas holidays. feet per second; when lake eleva- measuring 5 ft. x B ft. 6 in. which

Henry Reichert who lives at the were absent. Others attending near the mouth of Kisslmmee River __ ---. --y- .- tion Is between 15 and 13 feet above Is presented to his family

ame address He entered the Army were: W. R. Blackwood, company Thursday afternoon of last week. IF YOU WONDER: HOW I sea level and surface Inflow la above If the boy died In this countryand

March 1941 at Camp Branding Fla. treasurer, :Miami; C. It Ellis, East He had been missing since the Sat MUCH: FOOD A FREIGHTER I 6,000 cubic feet per second, open his body was returned to his

and has since served five months ern Division manager, West Palm urday before.Mr. CARRIES, LOOK AT THIS outlet canals to capacity; when lake home for burial, the War Depart

?\"rseas. Among other honors her Beach; R. C. Fullerton director of Strickland was employed aa I elevation is above 18 feet above sea ment presumes that the Burial Flag

?i..ived the Purple Heart customer service, Miami; and Mrs. watchman at the Seaboard Railroad With all phases of the 1944 food I level, open outlet canals to capacity. that accompanied the body was retained

W. 0. McIntosh, junior clerk, Paho Kissimmee, River bridge south of production battle virtually complete I Between Nov. 1 and May 31-Keep by his family.

:Mrs. Angle Bass received a letter kee. The next meeting will be held Basslngcr about thirty live miles and going Into the final drive -I the canals closed as long as lake Those boys, however who died ,

ysterday from her son. Tech. Set. :>;November at a place to be determ from the place where the body was I harvest Headquarters Fourth / elevation is below 16 feet above sea overseas were burled near where

Edward R. Bass, from somewhere ined later. found. The body was discovered by Service Command released figures level; whenever lake elevation is they died and In those cases a flagis

in France. lie said he Is getting v Charles Light nor, who was fishing today showing that the producta above 16 feet above sea level during available to their families upon

along fine and, at the same time \V. G. JONES PtKtHASING: : in the river.Assistant From 3,824 average farms are required this period, open outlet canals simply filling out a brief application -

wrote was sleeping In a house forth AGENT OF SEABOARD IIY. State Attorney Thad to load a single ship with to discharge an amount of water and presenting proof of death.

first time since leaving Eng : Carlton convened a coroner'i jury food, for fighting men overseas. equal to the surface Inflow aa mess I The notice from the War Depart-

land. Ilia outfit was billeted In an Norfolk, Va, Sept. 16.-Promotion I that night at the place where the Just how much work Is requiredon ured from day to day. ment, Senator Andrews was told received -

empty apartment house and he said of W. G. Jones to the position of body was discovered. There was' no the home front is Indicated by This seems to be the rule used by the family Is ample proof.

there were no beds, water or lights General Purchasing Agent of the indication of foul play. figures showing that the average for a good while, worked out on Those families who have not received

but that just being in a house wasa Seaboard Air Line Railway, was announced Strickland was about forty years United States freighter. bound for a long experience and the advice of a flag may obtain one by

real treat and, If they could stay today by L. R. Powell, Jr., old and is survived by his wife and foreign port, will be loaded with! many engineers. Its application depends filling out Form 2008 which can be

long enough, it would be almostas and Henry W. Anderson, Receivers several children, 6,000 barrels of dried eggs, a year's on the possession of Informa- I procured from the nearest Veterans

good as a furlough. He said he of the road. His headquarters will The body ;was, buried in Okeechobee >>- work for 228,137 l Kens; 6,000 barrels tion as to how much water goes Administration Office or the local

wished he could tell some of the I be in Norfolk. cemetery Friday afternoon.V of dried milk, a year' work for out of the lake by evaporation and post office.

things he had teen In the last few A native of Hickory, N. C., :Mr. 2,783 cows; 18,622 cases of evaporated through canals, and on how much The form should be mailed or taken

weeks but they would have to wait. Jones began his career with the Gems for your Scrapbook milk-a year's work for 304 [ comes into it through rainfall over to the nearest Veterans Administration

He was telling of some of the scenes Seaboard at Loulsburg, N. C., In cows; 20,000 boxes of cheese, a' the lake and around its shores and office, with Notice of

he has come upon; from one position January 1902. when he entered the THOUGHT Year';) work for 3,037 COWl 14,500 from Kissimmee river. It looks as Death, and a statement that a flag

on a hill he could see for miles train service branch of the railway. The key to every man la his big i tans of pork. the meat from 5,- If this Information is obtained regularly has not 'been received.

around and said it Is amusing how Successive promotions saw him progress thought. Sturdy and defying thoughhe 021 hogs, ; 16,800 boxes of lard, the for It Is a common sight to Senator Andrews I la anxious that

he associates people with places, through positions of Increasing may look. he hat a helm whichhe fat from 27,632 hogs; 6,061 sacks of see a man from the U. S. Departmentof those who have not received flags

when he lees an unusual scene he responsibility and Importance and obeys, which Is the Idea after flour, wheat from 838 acres; 26,111 Interior standing on the bridge arrange to obtain one at the earliest

unconsciously thinks of the person in June 1943, he wan appointed which all his facts are classified.Emerson. .- cases of canned vegetables, equal to and turning a crank on an Instrument moment and will assist to the full

he thinks would enjoy it most and Executive Assistant to the Receivers. : the yield] from 40 acres of tomatoes, to measure the canal flow and est extent In that connection.

even finds himself voicing the expression It Is thought, and thought alone 100 acres of snap beans and 102 this man says he has) rain-gauge "My heart goes out to the bereaved

he Imagines they would Mr. Jones has announced the ap that divides right from wrong; It acres of peal.CARD stations all through the Kissimmee families throughout Florida and the

make. He la very optimistic about pointment ef J. L. Brown as Assist Is thought and thought only that V valley. nation," Senator Andrews aald, "and _

conditions there and said, "Do not ant to General Purchasing Agent, elevates or degrades human deeds'I| OF THANKS Secretary Herr's report containssome while I realize only too keenly the

worry. The end Is in sight. with headquarters at Norfolk, and I and desires-George Moore. figures on the finances of the futility of words In momenta like

GOVERNMENT: : ISSUE: the appointment of W. P. McClen- By purifying human thought, this We wish to express our deep appreciation district) It shows total expenditures these I join with them In their

ney as General Storekeeper for the state of mind permeates with Increased to the people of Okeecho- to Dec. 81, 1943 were $1,353- sorrow"V

William, son of Josh Post head railway, with headquarters In Ports harmony all the minutiae of bee for their kindness and expres- 525.06, Including a cash contributionof

of the composing room of a publish- mouth. human affairs.-Mary Baker EddY.V slqns of sympathy In the death of $500,000 to the cost of the Lake CARD OF THANKSWe

,ng firm In Cincinnati broke Into ----V our husband and father. Okeechobee water control and navigation

rhyme in a letter to his father froman Ernest L. 01 rich, in charge of the Miss Mary Alice Sellers returnedto Mrs. J. D. Harden and FamilyE. project. Although no district wish to express our heartfelt

army camp somewhere. His office of surplus property announced her job In the office of Gilbert V taxes have been collected for thanks to our many friends for the

meditation was this: last week that a large numberof Culbreath Tuesday after spending G. Sellers of Arcadia was a eight years it had assets of $75- I beautiful flowers, also for the comforting -

"Sitting on my GI bed my GI trucks used at military bases a week with her parents, Mr. and visitor spending Tuesday In Okee- 553.93 on December 31. messages and the many acts

hat upon my head, my GI pants, throughout the country have been Mrs. E. G. Sellers at Arcadia. chobee.NOTICE Its present assets are sufficient of kindness during the Illness and

my GI shoes, everything free, nothing declared surplus by the Army. Seven to enable the district to continuethe death of our beloved husband and

to lose; GI razor, GI comb- thousand of these have already been present simple operations for father.

but GI wish that I'were home. so I to farmers and haulers of several years without further Income Mrs Solon D. Platt ,

"They Issue everything we need agricultural produce In critical the report states. 'However Ted Platt -

paper to write on, books to read. transportation areas. should further Improvements require Dora Humphrey
Automobile Drivers
Licenses sale
are on
food to make ua grow- -V
They issue -- large cash contribution or a
but GI want a long furlough. Speaking before the American So- at the office of County Judge T. W. Conely, a deal of land the assets would soon to get Congress to appropriate 1

"Everything free, nothing to buy ciet>' of Mechanical Engineers In Jr., at the Court House in Okeechobee. All be exhausted and some other source money for the construction oi the 1

your belt, your shirt, your GI tie. PltUburg recently Igot I. Sikorsky car drivers must have their new Drivers Li of income would have to be provided lake-shore ,levee and the Improvement

You eat your food from GI plate, predicted that after the war WI'' cense .for the year 1945 on or before October: it says i I 'I of St. Lucie canal and Ca-
and spend your funds at a GI rate. could expect to see a helicopter Okeechobee Flood Control District loosahatchee canal. The district
and GI that GI haircut avl-I First 1DM4. You are urged to come early and the right of
It's GI this, ; everyone's hangar. Millions of was erected by the Florida agreed to provide way
GI hat. Everything Is Govern ation minded Americans will never I avoid the last minute rush. Legislature at the 1929 session to and give other aid to the project.

ment Issue-but GI sure would like again be content to remain on the !' provide the local cooperation with V

to kiss "ou.-Rul of Sunshine. ground he points out. the federal government necessary Advertise in The News

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I IAV AND VETEIUNS AUM. to 18 months of on-the-job training IN THE CllirriT COt'UT OP TIIID
of other fabric and
; WeekiYiigest uppers canvas or I M.NTlt:- JInll'JAI. CIHCTIT OH1
C3hr( cdl1! f I soles of rubber. 'l() Sl'ONSOU LDUIAMUN: ;/ under the supervision of DAV service FI.OIIIDA IN 'AM:' FOIL OKF.H-
I AND .VIWLITATIONWashington officers now in the field.

Of Rationing t i i Violators of OPA maximum price ---V-- \VII.I.IH GA CASK It'1'I LI.NO.. IIU9 )
Published I !
Every Today byhe been designated J'ollltlrt'S. )
Beach has
17.-A New Smyrna
regulations! In the Southeast paid Sept. new type \ )
Okeechotip News Co., at Okeecho- more than a quarter-million dollars of training program: for service disabled the key Icing point for the LOIS I." )OS OAHTELI. ) .
bee, Okewhobee News From
County Florida. I )1'fr'"lant)
- -I II IBRYAN"1' OPAl into the United States Treasury in veterans of this war, to prepare i Florida East Coast Railway and the ORDEll TO A PI'EAR'I'IJI

and thousands In them for the life long job Of Ice plant at this point will be rebuilt !STATH OP FLORIDA :
BOWDEN!: _.._..... Editor August more restitution Tn I.OIS' I.YMOX OAltTELL, Bt. 1,
-- .-- -- ----- Million fnlcndai for week of to Individuals.Period helping their own battle-wounded at a cost of approximately Washington, Georgia.It .
$350,000, P. L. Caddie, general superintendent Is hereby ordered that you are
Entered a* neeond claM matter comrades, was announced last week
September Ifi. riMiircil| | I in appear| | nn Iho nth clay of
3nlv! 1. 1914. at the Poet Office In 4 and 5 fuel Oil coupons, by the Disabled American Vet- of the line stated this Viveinhnr, 1911. before the ahnv enlltli'll .
Processed Food Blue! As through: I I
"rolirl lo till :bill of pnlll|>llllllt
Okeecfcobe. Florida under the SO the 24 old veterans organization week.
I T.fi Rook< 11 now valid at 10 points scheduled to expire September ans year Idled iiitnlimt mil In the shove en.iltleil .
Act of March A. 18TResdln and all definite value coupon leftover composed entirely of disabled V I mime. and the Okppthnhee News
with tokens In i
each for me groups ,In hereby ilcHlgnati'il. aa the news.
notlre* 1n column of in nnlv Tokens Invalid after from the past year's ration, veterans chartered by congress Mr. and Mn. F. M. Mobley spent |1,01 per In which tills order shall he
o to render service to, for and last Saturday and Sunday in Polk inibllnheil onro n week for four ((4)
10 f'nts a line Rate for dl plop September :in( Stamps good; Indefinite may be used In exchange for fuel ,,,,.,,,'ullv," weeks.WITMIS .
advertlMruf fumt+hed on appllea oil throughout the coming year I by America's war-disabled vcteranni. County where they went to attendthe *'!. the HonornMo .\. 0I
I 'inner, in Jinlge of thin Court and I
The training Is sponsored jointlyby funeral of a relative.
tlon Classified urtwrtMns?. 2 centl Monty and! Fats: Rod AS through; -- the Heal nf this Court |III the City ofokemhnhre

each word per Insertion. All Iterru GR (Book 4) now valid at 10 points The Office of Price Administration the DAY and the U. S. Veterans i ---V--- ) Ofcecennhe' Comity: Klnr-'
reeardlntr Miternrlw* conducted forproflt I, said today the prohibition Administration as part of the federal The week of October 1st to 7th Ida this 1'lth! day of September. 1941.\
each for use with tokens. Both (ClreuU f'ollrt !Seal) f
are chargeable at rdvertWng good indefinitely against acceptance of off highway agencies vocational rehabilitation : ha been designated "Letter Writ- ROY n. rtAfLnnsov,
I i clerk rirenit Court,
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and education The Week" and is urged to
- "R" coupons at filling: stations, In program. Ing everyone OlieeclioLee County Florida
Advertising bills are payable on' Sugar: Sugar stamp No. 80, 81 effect since April 1, will be lifted I program will Include five months ,, write at least one letter to every T.V.. Coni'ly Jr. !
32 and 83 now good for five points I Solicitor for I'lnliitirf 14-tt
the first of each month.
Parties know
September 22.Beginning of academia work at American University service man or, woman they

Unknn\\11 to publishers required topay each indefinitely ''I with that date all gasoline I Washington, D. C. and up both at home and abroad. IJCY MORE WAR BONDS
In advance I Canning Sugar! Stamp No.I/ i
.. filling stations may again ae'l .. _... .- ....-. ------ ._ ..
-- -- -- -- good for five pounds cunning
sugar I I cept the coupons In transfer for
SUBSCRIPTION RATE: until February 28, 1915. Apply to
I I oline for non-highway use. _.... '... ..- .- -. .--.- _.
One tear In advance .. .. .. MOOSis local hoards for supplemental ra- -- --- .

month In advance ....... .. 1.00 tlona. .. I .
I Because blue ration tokens will
Three months In advance .... ,73 THE OLD JUDGE SAYS. .
I Shoes: Airplane stamps No. J no longer be valid after September I

and 2 (Book 8) valid Indefinitely. I 30, housewives are urged to use all I
Fuel Oil: Period 4 and I coupons they have an quickly as possible ,

from last year and Period 1 coupons Between September 17 and September :

Many wage earner or their norTlvors for this season now valid. 30 the blue token may be : f fI fi
lone part or all of their old-! I
I (fAlabai, Tennessee, Mississippi used only in multiples of ten. If a I
air and survivors Insurance became
not affected). housewife has loss than ten tokens :
they do not file claim promptly I
left she may pool hers with a. neighbor -
to Joe P Verrl. manager of Gasoline: A-ll coupons now valid

the West Palm Beach, Florida! Field In Georgia Flo-Ida, the Carolina I OPA said. I

Office of the Social Security Board. and Virginia through Nov. 8. A-12 ,' I
wholesalers and retailers
In these coupons valid west of Apalachicola
many respects people con-
who require purchase of an)' I
River Florida, through September 21.
ilder old! -age( and survivors Insur
other article Including "off brand"cigarettes
Renewals being made The
now. new
ant benefits ai a gratuity: or con- I
books will contain six of I :\ with purchases of popu ,II
fust them with unemployment! com coupons II I
pensation. During a recent surveyIn each series, each coupon worth four lar brands fire violating Office of I
Price Administration regulations ,
the South It was learned that out pollens.: I
prohibiting "tie in" agreementa, District ,
of twenty-seven thousand claims! Ration rules now require that ev
I OPA Director Chauncey. .
filed over seven thousand failed to ery car owner write hla license
Butler said today.
receive Insurance payments becausethe number and atate on all gasoline i I
OPA is Investigating numerous t
worker or his survivors failedto coupons in his possession, as soon 0 I
reports from retailers in the Florida -
file claims within the period as they are Issued him by his ration- i I I
district that wholesalers were
prescribed by law or because the Ing board. ,
requiring them to buy so many cartons I! 1 ,
worker had not been working long X .
of popular brands to be
non- I
enough to be entitled to benefits, N
All non-leather shoes with rubber eligible to buy cartons of popular I
The survivors of service men
soles! will be removed from rationing brands Mr. Butler said There are ,
should contact! the Social Security 2
September 25, the Office of Price I also some reports that retailers are
Board as soon a* they are notifiedof
Administration announced today. I requiring consumers to buy some I .wrii
the death of their husband. or
Shoes containing: leather remainon other articles, using popular brandsof I
sons. In many of these cases benefits
the rationed list whether or not cigarettes as a "lure", he said I:
will be payable. This office

would like to discuss these cases they have rubber soles; and no 0 V I,, "Yes, I'm afraid there's no denyin' it, Judge far more. .it must provide the base for such
change Is made In the regulation I If, Instead of a gem or even a
with survivors and assist those who : .. .jeeps and trucks and other kinds: of motor indispensable products as synthetic rubber,

are entitled to benefits in the filing covering men's rubber boots and Ii I flower, we could cast the gift of e.1' ized equipment have taken the place of the shatterproof glass, lacquers, plastics and

of their claims rubber work shoeu. Jjoely thought Into the heart of good old horse in modern warfare." many other of our requirements so essential e
The action, however is ', friend, that would l be Hiving as thE
Mr Verrl advises workers who "It's true of lots of things in this war, to victory.

have reached the age 65 and who to mean an Increase In shoes with angels give.-George Macdonald."on I Eben. Every day we hear of new tactics and "As a result hundreds of millions of gal.

have worked In employment coveredby -- -- -- requirements and new uses of products. For Ions are required every year. .half of which

the'act. He)alrfo! advisee the survlvors I instance, take the alcohol that is used for is being produced by the beverage distillingwar

purposes. In World War 1, this vitally industry. Bet you didn't know that, Eben."
of those workers who die to
write the field office at once. The I Too Late to Classify needed product was used mostly in making "As a matter of fact, 1 didn't, Judge.That's .

smokeless powder, chemical warfare materi a mighty important war contribution
the field officeIs
service rendered by als and medical supplies. Today it must do that had escaped me completely."
absolutely free and gladly ren ,
dered. The field office address Is I. By Russell Kay ,. ,

215 North Flagler Drive. West Palm Tint tdnrtiumau tpmumtt tf Conjttrnrt cj AltokolH finwogt Indullnn, f ne.O .

Beach, Fla. the of December i --- -- ---- .-- ---
Continuing their fight to give the or before day . \
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Legislature! control over State expenditures prior to the meeting of the --

: Representative Thomas legislature, each of the several state ,
li. Dowda of falatka and Joe C. Jenkins departments bureaus, commission

of Gainesville authors of the and other agencies, receiving or asking .

Gilbert TheatreOkeechobee so-called "House Philosophy" of the for financial aid from the elate,

1943 General Appropriation Bill report to the budget commission, on card''

wrote Governor Holland last week official estimate blanks furnishedfor c're nmn n 0 I .

pointing out that the State Budget the purpose an estimate In' :

SUNDAY MONDAY Commission has not yet complied itemized form showing the amount

with budget laws and requesting; : needed for the next two years he -e'

that the budget report prepared for ginning with the first day of July ,

RATIONING the 1945 legislature "comply fully thereafter. The official estimate ( I

and completely" with Florida statute blanks which must be used in makIng i

TARRINGWALLACE requirements. :\ these reports shall be furnished! 1

BEERY and Quoting sections of the law'l by the budget! : commission, shall be

MARJORIE MAIN Dowda and Jenkins contend that I uniform and shall clearly designatethe %

they require the Budget Commission kind of information to be given
Late News to prepare and submit to the members I thereon. ] %
NoveltyFRIDAY of the legislature, not later I And Section 21611 of the 1941 __ $ Wes
____ % %
than !March 1st a state budget containing Statutes which provide In part that > N

a complete itemized statement I I on or before March 1, biennially, W -piety
11I111I111I I NEW
of proposed expenditure for prior to the meeting of the Icgisla z tNE

"each state department, bureau, ture the budget commission shall' r
I oi raw materials and labor, her vast
SATURDAY office, board commission, mail each representative
division, J I send by to reservoirs ol dependable power service

institution or other agency and un- and senator a printed copy of theI > i under progressive essential
men oilers all the elements ) to
dertaking"; of the state and estimated budget. based on their own conclusions a successful industrial fuhu
of OldCheyenne I I ;
Days revenue for each year. and judgment containing To the Lands ol Promise tithe south-

"For some reason unknown to us," complete Itemized plan of all pro \ a where potential poIt.war market lie )
unequalled point the
they state In the letter, "It has posed expenditures for each depart. Ii I palnvbordrd highways Sout6Amerandi

been the custom of the Budget Commission ment or agency, classified by function r Cuba the West Indies i
i i \ .Africa will b* the flourishing
with to make a report to the Jegillature character and object and of 1 them of the post-war era The gateway

DON "Red" BARRY covering state departments estimated revenues for each year to is Floridathe crossroads of the
supplemented by adequate rail and
operating on disbursements from the beginning with the first day of July : F water transportation iacilib*.

General Revenue Fund and the State thereafter. Ifibm.to think of Florida lor your

Inspection Fund only, and makingno The language of these statutes e Factories e Assembly Plant. ..
Crazy House budget or budget report on other seems clear enough and as citizens e Display Room e Warehouse
I <& T I. m e. t to Think W.illvlteyourlnv..tiqatiolloIFloncla's
state departments and taxpayers as well as membersof w opportunities and cordially extend to

-- with As a result, the letter contends, the legislature, Dowda and Jenkins \ you the consulting services ol our enure .
r Florida's amazing transition from stall
OLSON & JOHNSON "less than 23 per cent of the State's appear fully justified In requesting the quiet ol lamu
expenditures are budgeted and more assurance that they will be rI the worlds winter playground,

than 75 percent of the state's expenditures complied with.It back ol which empire grew baa excited vast agricultural the fLORID' ., G.T COMPttVUITIII

News are, In violation of the Is proper and fitting that the admiration ol the continent and l
and Cartoon
contributed .., \ t
to a growth unequalled in 'r
plain provisions of the budget law, legislature be fully Informed In the the
o nation I'lit' II, filii.l l
mlllmllM being spent without any semblanceof : matter of income and expenditure Equally amazing was the mtaaer 1m

budi" try control, Insofar as the I of all departments, boards and bureaus -' which the became an armed camp
almost overnight as whole new cites
legislature knows. This is entirely and that all such Income and
were built to meet the expanding tonal .
COMING : Inconsistant with official Insistencethat I expenditures be brought under budgetary requirement of the armed service Flo 19
schools Ida the natural hub oi the conttn.nt ," w /veyy
counties and comply :
control. > became in truth the angel gateway to a.. w .
"O.NtE: ITOTIME" with the state budget laws and file) Public welfare demands that act. the world .. she stppd out onto the 4'
Cars Grant"CORVET their budgets with stats officials. threshold ol her industrial hituie. 411y" .
ion In the matter be taken In timeto
Florida, beoaus*ol hr stMUgic location __. 4
K22S"Randolph While their letter was addressedto Insure the 1945 legislature be lot world trade hf ialmitsbl year s

Scott Governor Holland, copies were given this Information as provided round climate, her tbuncUnc and ..,. '_ 44 M ?

"THEY GOT ME COVERED" also sent to Governor-Elect Millard i, for by law so that each member Inadvance .

Caldwell and to State Comptroller of the session will havean :
Dorothy Lamour gilt Tin III mini 91/RiAll minimi
J. M. Lee.
opportunity to study the bud _

"THE NORTH 8TAK The sectloas of the law quoted In get Intelligently and be prepared to --

Ana Baxter I their letter are 218.02 of the 1941 ,, art on the basis of such Informationwhen

' .' Florida Statutes which requires that _... .
+++++++ '++o/":" !" ''''' '' '' '' '' '' '' the legislature convenes. -

..1.+ I"S'CoH"H-++++++O/O++++to I I I Tim iAJL Li&111ee41+ Appeared in a NaUonalrPitbliciilion to Help BtM Florid:



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I IN Tim nucriT (,(ti'RT op- TIlE: llon tl'p.l III the nhove entitled pro- nf other nilnernls, will he reserved bvTriiHtHes I .

MM'll: JIDICIAI. CIKCUT INAM eenillnirs Klmnlil not" I... friiiueil" n,tul, of the Inlcrnnl I 1 ImprovementK

) .rou iKKiciioHii) : : coL'N- IV lionils therein di'serllieil. ntnl tlieproreuillny 'I'I1 Hnsi-menls for right of \ From where I
ELECTRICAL WORK 'IV, 1"l.lIlnA.0.I DUO. anlhniMiiK 'he l""tniiia, :10 f"I't1le nil) roal. '", h\ sit ...ly Joe MarshKeeping
hereof Millilntcil nnd (confirmed, mildI'omls snlil .... from e fly put rich thronirh'third _
: ool\JoIc'IItllnF: : COi.NTV. > lii'lnff morn imrtlrumrly ,1"! there I Is nn exlHttntf suite rUI,1) -

P. P. EVANSHOUSE 1"LtlHIII.\ ) rllied, us ''likeoehnlic-e IViinM" l'"'",' mil cimiMnent for limiting" anil recln -.-
.'..UII..lll'r, ) hilt ilo,lenil '(""'1111,III II If pnmlH ISK'IC mutlnii' nml fur mini purposes wil In

. vs. ) of I'm"! nil lionila tinted June 1HIM. I rmi'i\i>i1 nnd' fifty percent f ; of
I IIII-: TATI''. CII' PIOH1MV. ) nuil, to mntnii .eMnPnvr' III till oil. vis, mill nilneriil rlirli'H' ullie I, AmesiconMonies
WIRING I 'lu', SHU-nil rroicrty' owners ) ii>rlid I ..r )" '111'. tn 11170.) ,i ine nf w hH, I Ilicnr ri'.i'li..il by the Hour.I nf i',,niiiil. 4r
I II. .iiMrs' ,'IIIv."lIa nnd nib- ) OliPF.K InlercKl ill the rule if Ihr."' I! dinners nf .:,: District I
,,. p linvltiK nr clulinliitf nnv ) '!'<) pciriiit, ,iI' ) per iinnnin. ,111111 mum orl"I'1 I In'cct

/ lulus( i ilt'e' nr Interim lit ) MIOWI'.I.MU of nhlch' hi'iir Interest. nt I II", nil.. I .'f : Lut HI. Hl! <. I I.rlllt &' Hn"KuliillvlDloii
I I in he nrfecti liv I CAUSU I three mid iine-hnlf (icrcent IS' /. I i 1"\' I

-- -- -- '-'- -' I I.in, Imnimice of ilti-echoliof I till(hunt. n inure inrtli'iilir| r ilem'rliitlnn, i Hen TT fi, S nuil !I4B ft W ofK:'

Advertisements I ..nut... Kloililn llcncVlil Itf.,1" ,,. ) uf weld bund hvln cnutalin-.l I hi I i.upetition I'cur If S\I. of SHIrun: K 210 \'J'l'O home lovers In cur Mom and Sis sit down
to wi'lItheir
Legal ". Hiiiidi, IR.MIt I filed In this nrra'coilliiK. I I rt. W ( NIb ft. K lIP ft. gren (

. -- -.---------..- 1\11.I f 'in ,1,1, iirtccieir III I DO Ml AM IKIIEHDII: nt Knit1 Hw. iiTnp, :IT. 11g.". MLnts town. Tamlly folk-like most doily ktUr to Den Jr.

r I<" \Vii tlii.rcliy' I I'll-ne F.'oililH: 'thin llltll I, f IMelnJniils. ) inn. i Hlk : t AdditionI together evl'
A. O UANNHII' i .ni'a 1 to 4 lk, 1A. Koiltlil and the boys !loft In un1orm. and by a strong and com
.\\ I>FFI) J'U Till'! ITATK" : (IF 1'1.011111.1'IIM! Circuit Jul ni', <>l hI.>i'c'hIhLs the girls! went Into boune

Notice In hereby gl'en tlmt, r.diniJlniipork '..i,.:\ Iml l'lHI'iUTOWNKU! : *. Vi.ls, 'JVHepl |I LI.I s t. .1, I, n, I it nnd 10 Blk. lit Wil purpos -to keep their family .
T.\' \YBIIS.? CITI'KNHm I : uNit 'lt.v of OkiwhnheeI : ::.5 began to shake their heads. their America Intact.
following .
of the ,
the holder< 'Ili:"$ 11.\\1"" till ('\.AI"ISII ----- I I I nlH 'I I :in 'I Inc. aid: 0 to 12 Inc.Blk ..

, ferttflcote hAl filed lalil 1 certificate/ vs\ nu; '1'1,1.1011.: IXTI>:II. ?2. 1'lt.v of Ofceeclniliee Take Ben Hydcr'n family, for From where I sit, the strength

for n tax doeil to !hi' l I..llod thereon. KHT I IN I'KOl'Kll'U 'I'(9 UK .\t'. NOTICE I IIIR 1 'J. 4 ntnl 11 1k. tin, OH instance-it' loins
1'1.nIJII: ) H'I'UK i: 114I'A N'i4: OP OKKECHOBEK: 0'NTri.olllliV'I of Okbob. IOIH'Ihhlgr America tics In that family

The certificate number fill year ofImmure. HKKIK'IIDllliK: "clI'1'I'1'(1111I': .\ Vncn. I 10, 1H4 I."ts' : 11111 10 In 12 In.Illk. .' u'rcnt. loanl Ucn'i In tlio spirit-In lie tolei-nncc and mutual -
1 the (4egrrlitlon nf the proptfty MIIAI.;! : : Itft"'XIIIXIi I HOXDK.issi : NOTirK 1M IIKIIKBY OIVKN that lIft, City DkcH'flinhee Navy and
t' In whleh It wHiCMod I n or 11111. IIKKRIXAP'IT.HItMKKilltKH hnimiiiiit" tn Hertlon of Timber IsS'.m\ I nlH, 1. 2. .1. Hi 7 nnd fl. Illli liii. IhLcI"lln the II. respect und understanding
and the nntnp '(10 I. ( .ltI"lIlm APKKl''I Inns "f Ilor"III.rtM of UlliT. known Cllv ."f tko."bol. plane plant. Ecu's forcin.m: nt that have miide the Amerirnii
lire n follow:: 'Kt) IN .%N1' } ;: us' the MI'IIIY I ', nnd' i In pnriu- luis .' I In, S tu 10 IIM'. the
Certificate ,,"0. 121. Year of IMUtnf 'nil '"' if WiBH, I LnIIf .llIr. Illl( 118! City of Okeeehnhoe tool shop, and Ma t:cnls her family 1 strorg and ,-/a force

The Mtnlc ,ut' Flnrliln lhr.nirli) the liln .tu'Ii nf 1IH1. kliovrn nit the EVER I nl. I 1. 4. II nnil 11, Rlk. m ,'111 dnys at fits Canteen.A fur (Jooiiily. I
.. 105T.Deacrli'tlnn. HI,11., Attorney fur ti,.' Ninth .linllilnl, 11,111':1|: DUAl NAtII IHSI'UICT AC'T. nl' okcechobtteTlirsTKBI

of property ('jr""'tuft nf riorliln. lii nuil for ()k.'u.- tll fllllwlll dcscrlhed, In nil. .Itl I toIlii 'tl' broken home? Don't you 1 110.
( IX'i'liltN'AI.ihlPiO'EMENT : .
PEW See. 7. Twp. 87, Rg-9. SO. .''h'lluc rtownerx.Cniiiiiy.. tIn nnd|Itu.\,ire the, several iltlreus i prop-ii nil, Okci t'rilncO,. tiralnano ty., 1"I"rlll.m.trl..1\III henffiTc In ; : TiE'' OF TUBMTATR I 1' ,'vo it! Whe Ron rcl:\x \th; ffu

Same> 'In which uaawaed .1. 'h.Tadon. .Hn.' H Inn'line m clnlnilnir nil?' rlitht 'i| for mile nt pulillc ", ,.n' frI I OF FLORIDA his evening glass of beer and (

1111"'i' ''lit.'.'.... III iirnpeiu. In he nf- I lie lilithi'St ami heat cimh lilil. aiilijert DOVIil) (>r COMMISHIONICKH UKKVr.mil.ADKS I b
III ">.. "i'i,1. hy tint luminuce (If thu i li.Trli in Hi. rluht of the Trustcex of the PKAINAdB _
All of pruiiorty Mug ,nl'l" "r inciitlniii, nr to liv In nn>f I uu u,'chIll I iii lirom'I'luuoiut Funil and of the I "I bisTKICTIK AV.
County of OkeecBobce. Btate of Flu nnv nil.i .cil. thenliy. tin' hereby reiilnil llunril. of "C'lllloRlolIl'r nf KverKimlcaThnliinire ', I I I: PJ of a Siifiet .j'ri01&t, lytl. ', ruunJatiun

ida. '[ ii ;1'1'1"11'| ] Inline' I Hi.' circuit : ,' nnumi" I ltnII Itiiiilcisnn, ,.Ak'"'ut fir TrnsIn" _
.' 'IIM I nl i I iI'o" I llnh., ,i, CnlltlM Kliill.lllIt ,ill 'lIp nt Cniirthiiiisi'" beginning I ,i I ii., lull null' I Iniini\i| IllentT'llnl -
t'nli'M loch certificate ..r (certlfl "It I ,. I Ii'us, ,. In (I'"!! 1'1"| Ill'. I n? in 00 1 I J I \ .n 'II 1, 1MI< in.I;, I li II..mil" I I''.liiliilnlxH. : I
Intel ihnll be redeemed levarillnir to !.' I ,. t I.HI I, ..11\I l v''I""IIII..r.| i ,.' v. 1"" Iii'I'l' ill I I I I. I i.,. I i'i'I i I" i ''i .; 'i l < "I I I:'. .-I i .I"I,0 III!I, .i.iI I.. : !! ; 8onsorw

law the property duicrlhed In lI"b I I. ,\ M ., I .linwt "I"' I .1 I "i..'ii' .1 i...0 .r ini.ri'. till I. to Hi.i I I III I! .1 l I" l MI I,i I'J In'lllll uyKcrc TodayFh
1" i i r p n IITI, 'ind ,hre..f"lrh.
Certificate or certificate will 1>1' ""I'1

Milder at tini""it, -- --
to the talk-heat --

house door on the first Momlnv 111 i
, I It NOTICI OP LECTION nlata (2 U) d 1.r (41st) T'I fUO agsadmaat <-* BM- Stoke. re orto53a aavd an aster UM expiration
the month of Octoher. 1014. wbld WHKREAS, Tk* Legislature *f MM. D .
DI Ial a* a tires tn sod ef tie bees MMB of
the tat dity of October, 11MI. und. UM Constitution s f I.... .* and tb* atnator frnsn uuon af the Bcaaa af 0 U C. u .I Solicitor of said said. the Oount
.US W .,.... at DA tad Onaw Cou'I.
Florida. ltd III1 DtmrtM atmmtpal *,. CoUt of o.
fated the SOtli dny of Auiinit 1'M4! UIa ........... <" '" U a.C .a meanly the. *f and ee t. dl ins U Cn" loUoUn&

ROY u. KAn.Kitsox ... .. .. ..- ;x:..:, .d tlm* af A* C."lM4i ."i mad town*, b &d.Ultl U oreaud nd Other br special law mains ma lt.rlct bees-DW Count!**Il. .bol.heel withinsaid
Ih. *am* wsr* agreed toaf W e and hereafter said M a wblc of the duU
nfOkeecholiee SeDI 8all br a I b aftsr created br each at saId Solicitor within
Clerk Circuit Court thrM-tlftb *f all the mmb.n slsrurl elected for a (elm lO said Counties shall
.a atal Oouattaa. become the dutle
U and oootro)
County Flnrldi" to Men house; Ou* the -Ms said G' ID oas* of a vacancy I offlo of Florida at tb o I power .b rt .U of the BUU Atne in each of said

-- Joint Resolution wire nUrd upon I" offie .t SiMs aepr-wntatlvs la lit I 1M4 foe UM. lI &l r.pl. and Imposing Counties
NOTICE ttuur respective Journal wit* .... y.* June M. for approval ar rajactlon: M to .
1'nllnhRoo..o. Fla 4 ..,* th_ awd th-/ did eWta*.. say. that Bectton M of Artlol m of the mlllan be Imposed upon Section 1. On and after the eP.

AUK. :II. 1Ht! mine and direct that the said Joint A JODTT aSOLimOPropoatnt to tb. Constitution O the BUU of Flew. I ad property la amId other Counties like sine subject .. plUO Criminal of the term Court of of the Oe.

XOTICK 1M herein' irlM-n tlmt thStnle absolutions b* submitted to the stanton Amend Section 11 of Article V of th.OoDtltutlon da b* amended ..to read a* raiowa Walo o municipality Dade and Counties. for which
of th* Stats at th. Oonl....- toNovembsr : pl. OaDI
Mate oFlorldii. of the Btau of
Hoard of IMiiratliin.' P district special taxing areaand they etch or ban been
offer for polo to lie aolil t., 1944. Relating to Incline Districts Bectloa I Th* Laclslattsnail UM County Tax Assessor IB each elected I on Januarr 1. 1941 the office
Tnlliihasm'i'rlnrldit. NOW THERETORC. L .. A. OHAY.. tles af tb* Fame establish a unifo system of county of said Counties of the
III in determining of
Milder the Criminal
the highest Secretary .! ..... .b.1 Clek.
SUM of the Stats of and which shall Ou
nt 12 :nll oVIoik oo N. Heptenilier da U IT RESOLVKD BY 1 LJBOISLATURB Iwemm.n' each assessment ad amount levied of both Counties .
hrby rive notIce thatOINIHAL be where
121 h. I"l44. the fnllnwInK in nih l a OP TUB STATS FLOI"1 applicable tC ease and by mlllaga to the Clerks of the Civi Couru of Beeordand
in oKEiciioinn: COUNTYWent : will b Tht the following 8 by the respective the Crimes In D.
held la **ch county ta Florid by the
Half of Koctlon 16. Town.ship 21 of Article tb* 000alU(100 :b'fabe : di Counties O Dada and Orange County .bal all be abolished and
on Tuesday next succeeding the first may b
34 South. Range 35 Emit, 321 awmday la November. A. D. of tb* Btau of Florida b* and loD Section 2 That on and after mid duties Clerk. of the CrimInalCourt
I"tIIM the la hereby agreed to, and the th..rewlb. of Record in both Counties
.a. December 1944 the County
aefl"'Ibis Notice la piibllsheil In com nil! said IVCNTH Tuesday being DAY the Of NOVCMBM same shall be .ubmltl to tb. qual. rUe nfl Bcrttary 0 Bute nigh.Collectors 3e.the Counties of and the duties ot the Clerk of the

mire with SiM'tlnnn 2M.1J: and 2->3.13norl.lo ... the ratification *r rejection of th. fled te&Or It slidInG .1I 10 I Dl and Orange State of Florida, Civil Court of Crimes In Dade Countyshall
la all be assumed taken andbecoms
ID ra'UlctlO nJetlO each become the Tax Collectorfor over
1141. amid 0 A JOINT
Statute Joint Resolution proposing amendments RESOLUTION Proposing to
I a of the duties of the
The State Bnard <>f Education re to the Constitution *f UM BUM) 8tIO Dlstrlou& Dt moe Amend Section 8t and Section Sevenof II ad valorem and ar.ag. taxes Clerks part of the Circuit Court
and oil of Florida \n Iu.tlo eb zvm the of and Imposed for repectl.
nerves the rlttht to reject any via: ", and be ejected one AICI. Con.mutlO and Orange Counties
t the of IMS and subsequent years I U.
1,1'la. A JOINT BXBOLTJTION Proposing Jostles ofh.. each Ste Pda yea taxes col- Section 8 Tb. assumption ol nsw
PKo IUI't oept now required to be
BY OKDGR of the State Hoard oEducation. tile Amendment of Section 1 of1.1.- Dltct. who office toW Tr o f P.n Appointed Bec- byh.. Clerk of the Circuit duties under the provisions of thi*
State of Florida. tlcl IX of tb* Constitution of Florida years. existing Justle District ar* the let to Under Vlcl. led) within each of said Counties, Article .bal not entitle any officerto
Sl'EsSAUD L. HOILAND.Cloverim. Relating to Taxation.BB hereby 1111. but the L' Otlttlo.I. and Including all County taxea and compensation, but the
IT RESOLVED: BT TUB LBOI8LATURB tur Act, from IT RESOLVED BT all ad valorem and acreage taxss Imposed officers upon whom such new duties
ATTEST : OP TUB STATE OF FLORIDA: time, change the boundaries of any OP TEl SAn OF FLORIDA: any district shall b* Imposed shall continue to be
COLIN E\G r.t'II. Secretary That the Betkm such District BOW or btealt asubtshsd That the *o Section ( I :11tD.U governed by the lene"1 law of the

State Board of Education 1 of IIn& of th dmd'on.t to N and DJ .. abolish of the* and Constitution Section 1 e the Article.x prop : ; of said CODtl. State .It now I II b* here
any Dlatrlct now or here and t after, aa rel.t.to the of theirrespective
of Florida relating to taxation b* and Florid be. and the same la berebyagreed may brt f .
APPLICATION FOR provided however or prescribing
each of said
th. earn 1* hereby agreed to and shall alt ultll. Collectors collect .IAI. tb.1
ahangea shall be sub to and the sam shall be submitted other : maximum compensation from :
any licenses ex.clses .
TAX DEED be submitted electors of Uw we
to tb* t.x.
mitted to any county soaffecUa to the qu.lll.d .I.c&o. o tb. within said Counties. col- provided however that each otca
SUM Jpl. o
of Florida for ratification r rejection -
that FrankW. State of ralectlon the herein
Notice la hereby given a'h.. nut General -&IoD by re.ldu at the neat Polda let shall each remit to the desig assume a.1
next ensuing generallection additional dutlea.
Zander the holder of the folio* In*! to b* held in 144 a* follow: ensuing riled In D.r .le'oD. af BUM Is say: That Sections n.td. pope otcla o each taxing allowed such .letaDt t. over employee'
oW. : ak
certificate haa Hied soul certificate Section 1. Tb. Leglaiatur shall '""- Juu 10. -t and T of c'XTOI of the Constitution 'all such taxes r.pectln CODtle, and expenses of assumed
I via for. uniform and equal rat oftaxation of the of Florida coleee. fortb.lth aa may be approved by the Budget
lie leaned thereon. b a* be .,. Bach Tax
for a tax deed to except that U may provld amended to read follow I. .
A JOINT RBSOLUTION Proposing anAmendment a* : shall collect each 'tax state Commissions of such Counties or by
number and of for apeclal rat or raMa on Intangible* "Section The of office for Colect
The certificate year to Article V of the Constitution ter and shall but onetax such other supervisory authority asmay
Imuanoe the description of the property shall property, but such special raw or rites. of Florida by adding theretoan a.ppolnt to ncaDcle In any .t.tm.Dt ful. which lu. all be established by the Legislature
not xced two null on the dollar under this Oonetltutlon -
Additional Section the otl. ad taxes Notwlth.tanlllni any general nr
Relating to
and the name In which It wna of th* assessed valuation of auonintangible ball only to the tint o.ae.l. M.ddurin. of this .p
Election af 8UU Attorney*. Judges ofCriminal .xtnd any year upon lIOn
assessed are aa follow: property. ; : edb\h aa : courts of Record and County : Tuesday after first Monday In each pace! af real property and upon .b.1 b* .elf.acutIDI. The LIte.I.tu. -
to any obligation mortgage January next the election andqualification 10 t -
(except this Judge and at each personal property, and all >
3nO Year of lisnance Slclt 1 1.
Certificate No. deed of trust or other U.nh.. the Court of Record of of tax certificates shall be issued to coverall t the *. phrases and Sections
1041.Description. "jegislatur may prescribe an tntan cambla County), and Providing for cUE Section ,. In all case 0 elec11 taxes upon each parcel of realproperty this Article and direct their
of jlble tax of not mona than two (I) Ing Vacancies In any of such Office toe fill vacancies In ofUc .Ie- for each calendar year and effect by related I.... The. Legists'
mills on the dollar which shaD be tieD shall be for shall Lure may bv law compensation '
Prior to the Tuesday after the o be sold by each Collector, aa la OIa'
; E NWVi of NW%. of .NEW Sec.... payable ..th.* tlm sucb mortgage, First P by Ap- unexplred term commencing tbe or may be provided by law as relates of each officer the e9.1
deed of trust' or other lien la Presented Wod. IH. tint ruesday attar tb* first Monday : and conduct of each
SB, Twp. 37. 11 go. 35. 10 acreg. I IName the Oov.rn Ad Coo. to County Taxes and tax certificates pens office a.f.ct.d
In after election.
January next such
for recordatlon. said tax to b* rirmatlon by tb Senile, not sold and which by law or foreclosure hereby and abolish
III which aaaeaaed : Chance In lieu of all other Intangible asses- Filed ta oro Secretary of Stale Into systems they .. .In Dade and
title wb.r
menu such Tb June 1(4 .cony.rte I
on obligations. special 1 be the Orange and maw control all
La Follette. OF Of FLORIDA: 1 respective Counte.
rat or rates, or the taxes collected T STAT and the property sold for the fees of or offleials .
In the That Article of A JOINT RESOLUTION Proposing to untl. char. otc
All of mid! property being therefrom may be apportioned ba.: pro rata benefit of each Interested of Counties
County of Okeechoboe, State of Kl'ir1Idn. Legislators and shall be exclusive OSmU the State thereto of Florida additional be amended sectionto by Amend Section S. Article v of theConstitution taxing authority: salea b. made I I Section t. Section 20 of Atlcl. nt
I other State County, District and adding an of the State Florida and penalties and .hal for deltnquencies I' and Section 5. 27 and 30 of V.
b known 47 laid Article
Section of
I Ifnless aa relating to County CommissionersBB .
municipal taxes: and shall preacribisuch Imposed aa provided by law and Section 8 of Article VIII and Sec.
to the election of Stat
inch certificate or certlfl regulations as shall secure a Just relating of Criminal IT RESOLVED BY ThE LEGISLATURE for County taxes: each taxing authortty. I I: tlon 9 of Article IX of the Constitution .
valuation of all property both real Attorneys Judge Cou OF THS STATB OF FLORIDA: where It has a tax Interest, may of the Stau of Florida shall
entes shall IIP redeemed aii'ordliiK I I" and personal excepting such property of Record and County and Slclt Ce' That Section t. of Article VIII of purchase property sold for taxes or onforeclosure 1 remain in full force and effect and

law the property described In such w may b* exempted by law for municipal cept Court the of Record Judge of Esoambl County*) the Constitution ofh.. Btau of Florid I and all I moneys derived said S.ctlon. of said, Articles and ,b
scientific, *. relating to County Commissionersbe I other provisions of the
certificate or certificate will be a.M education literary and the ssm Is hereby agreed to. and from mirh tales and from penalties I Con.tltutO
charitable and the sam I* hereby and the Stat of Florida
igious or purposes.Approved shall b* submitted to the electors of a.Ddad. Interest shall be collected and I Icdistributed
to the hlgheat bidder at the courthouse by the Ooveruot May 20 I the SUM Florida for ratification and .amended agreed to and shall pro rata to the respective office consolidated by this Articleahall
o 0 b* submitted to the electors of the Counties, remain In full force and
door oil the first Monda>' In 1113. I rejection tbe General Election municipalities, towns drain-I ef.c.
filed In Office Secretary at tut Stat of Florid at the general electIon age or other taxing dlstrlcta save and except as they
the ml
be held the Tuesday after It.trct.
the month of October lIH+. which lathe :.J AY 20 1841. first Monday on la ftrt November 1944. em of Repr.ent.tlve to bs beld in the proportion of tales I relate to such offices and svstem
2nd lAY of October 1MI. low: fo. 1M4 for approval or reJ.ctoD. That levied by each upon each parcel or 1 of taxation and fees In Dade and
Section S, of Article piece of involved Orange Counties Florida and as
Dated this 30th dny of August 11)41. A JOINT RESOLUTION Proposingan "Section 41. Stat Attmef. Jud. shall read a* follows: a.nde property I such offices system and fees t
Section 3.
Amendment to Artlol 7. Section 3, of the Criminal Municipalities in each of "Itbll
ROY n. lUn.EHSOX. 01 the Constitution of the Stat of County Cour the Judge 'Section a There shall b* one said Counties may by special electionto snld Counttea. such Sections

Clerk Circuit Court <>fOkcechohee Florida Relative to Census and Apportionment and Solicitor of the Out of Record five County Commissioner In each of the be held prior to December 31. 1944. I Con.tltltnn .bal ArticleFiled Df modified and
of Ewambla hereafterbe County Commissioner district retain the to assess and collecttatee
by Amending Section ;3 County) rig' I
Comity Florida In each county, which d shill In Office Secretary ot SUM
lt.rlct of this Article.
of Oaeeola elected by the qualified
said Article so a* to DeelgnaU .Iector be June 10 1643
-- Ki.rrTiox" and Okeechobee Counties as a of their respective judicial numbere one to fin and any municipal government within
NOTICE OK Baaatorial District, Designate Broward counties aa other Stats and County officials r.u nearly a* possible equal Counties of Dade and Orange 'b.1
To the Sheriff ..f Okoechohee Counts1- County a* a Senatorial District and are elected proportion to population Th* after not less than fifteen (131 A JOINT RESOLUTION Proponing an.
of the Stnte of Florida : Designate Calhoun and GullS Oountleaa "Ths first election of State Attorneys Board of County Comml.aloner In the notice by publication call a Amendment to Article VIII of lit* Constitution .
He It Known.: That I. R. A. OUAA."eerotnry -. a Senatorial District Judges of Criminal Court of I respective countl. time election to be participated In : of the State of Florida Relative -
of State of the State ofFlorll'I I BS IT ENACTED BY THY LEGISLATURE Record and County (except I to time fix boundaries of such districts. qualified freeholders of such apel.l// to Assessment of Property lo
do hereby five notice that a OF TUB UTATB OF FLORIDA the Judge and Slclton>* Court I Said County Commissioner I cipality only. who shall Taxes and the Collection of T.x. by
m\r.iuL: : ELECTIONwill : : i following amendment to Sec- of Record of Ihcambla County) shall shall be elected by the qualified elect a majority whether Sections 1 and 2 Adding Thereto Additional Sections to
1 be held,, In Okeeihcibee County, (. :tau of Article 7 of th* Constitution be held at the General Election In 1948 ,' ore of said county at th* (line andplace hereof be, or not be, effective within Provide that In the Count of Hills-
Ktnte of Florida on TuewbiT next | .it the But of Florida relative to osnvus to tak office the first Tea, after of voting for other county of.tc.r. such municipality. Such freeholders brougb. Siste of Florida, tbe Countv
the first In 1949. and shall hold office for four voting may by majority vote elect to the Propertyof
succeeding, the fl ret Mnndnv In NO.euIlhiir. and apportionment designatinglaceola Monday Bbal Ae.
'. term of four 'I 'ur. Povld.d. that the County Com have such municipality come uDd.raald the County of LevyIng .
.\. I'. fill, the suit TneailiiyMMVBXTH and Okeechobee Counties a* fo a years. .. .
from the even numbered State, County School and Municipal
tn* thirty-ninth c3YI Senatorial Dte.ttlCt "T. term 0 taDI. of office of anyon .Ieted or by a like majority of i
in 1944 serve for Taxes Levied by the 8'ate. County,
Broward County a* th* fortieth or appointedto .hal those determine that shallnot
: DAY OKOVIMHKK ,140) Senatorial District and Calboun any be tofor. h.relte mentioned two years, those elected 1044 from olnJnd said Sections I If by I'! ;County Schol Board School DI.trlct
Tor rnlied Stntea Honntor from theStnte the odd numbered shall serve such I I''Special School Districts -
and Quit Counties a* the forty-first shall not be extended hereby. Any dl.trlc' m.Jort, votes to come
of Flurbln. for ci lx ifiirs from 141 Senatorial District b* and lbs vacancy such office prior I for four e r theterms under 2 hereof or If !i 'nlclpalttles of the County

.11111. 3. 11113. urn* I I. hereby agreed to and ahall be to said after the first shall r'e: Provided any municipality falls to call and hold I BE IT RESOLVED BY THE LEOISLA-
For Eight ,IM) PreHldenllnl Electors. submitted to lbs elector of Floridafor Monday mDt, 1949 shall b* filled that I.ctaD VII such election prior to December 31'1 i.TURK OF fluE STATE OF FLORIDA.
Fur 1I..rl."III'.o| of the Sixth Con.irrcsHlnnnl ratification or rejection at the Oeo.ral by the Governor and o thl Cn.tltutO shall not be a. 1944. then In either euch event. S I Tha the following Amendment to Ar-
District of the State of Election to be held on the first confirmation the Senate aa heretofore hone 1 and 2 hereof shall be effective i VIII of the Constitution of the
Klnrlila. I In I ho Seventv-Hlnth Cim- tuesday alter the first Monday u> I .JtJ the Constitution but Flee In office Secretary of State upon such municipality. In the event 'State of Florida relative to the A-
rr,'" of the United States. November. 1U44 u follows. In no case lODge than until 194J any munlclpalt elects not to come i ment and Collection of all tax.
For jovcrnnr nf the State of Florida. "Section :3. The Legislature that the first Tu.dlY first Monday and 2 hereof, suchelection 'the County of HII lborougl of
For Secretary of Stale of the Stiite hall meet In regular sasuoa, A. D. In January at.r I "JOIN RESOLUTION Proposing aa I shall not affect Sections 4 I I IS. Florida, by adding additional
ut Flonidi. 1S53.: and those that shall meet every Any provision 1U.the Constitution to the Conatttutlon of the 6. T. 8. and > of this Article, except I i iaa sections to be known aa Section 11 and
Fur Aitnrnev licncrnl; of the State of tea years thereafter shall apportion In conflict herewith Is bereby repealed Stat of Florid to Be Known as Ar- to the ajweisment and collection of Section 1. bs and the same Is hereby
t'l..rl" the representation In the Senate, and ." tide XX Sections 1-, thereof. Relating taxes In such municipality, which .h.1 agreed shall be submitted to the
For Comptroller of the Slnte' of Flor ahall provide for forty-cue 41) Senatorial Filed la office Secretary of But to the Consolidation of Certain remain is now provided by .: 'I Elector of the Btat of Florida 10
lllllFur District" such Districts to b* May 11 194J Office* In the Counties of Dad and provided however that at any general ratification or rejection at the I D.ra
Trcnxiirer, of the Stnte of Florldil.For a* nearly squal In population a* praeucabls Orange Stat of Florida and Providing city or town election held thereafter Election to be held on the first .
of I'uhllc In. but DO County sball b* divided A JOINT RESOLUTION Proposing an In Bald Counties for the Combination upon petition filed at leut thirty (30) day after the first Monday la November -
Superintendent of Florida. in making such apportionment Amendment to Section 12 ef the Dec. of Asnessments and Oollec.tlons davs prior to such election bY ten percent 1944, as follows:
airiiellun of the Stnte of and each District snail cove one Senator laratlon of Rlghu In the Constitutionof and Equalization of County, Mu. of the freeholders entitled to Section U l From and after January -
For Coininlnslnner of Afrlculture ; Provided that Ovoeola and Ok..- the State of Florida, Relating to nlclpal and Dlltrlc Taxes and Permitting vote In such el cloD, the question of 1. 1946 the County Tax -
the ltntiif Flnrdn. cbobee Counties, Florida shall constitute Double Jeopardy Self-Incrlmlnatlon. Referendum and whether or not municipality .bal i In the County of HU.borourh. 8ta.
For Two ,12)) .Tumlcos of the Supreme the Thirty-ninth (39th Senatorial Due process of Law and the Taking the Consolidation of the Office of he bound by Sections 1 and 1 of Florida shall ac.al prc.cr\J 10
Court of the Slate of Florldil.. District, Broward County Florida of Private Property Without Just Compensation County Prosecutor and Solicitor with be plnced on the ballot and upon a all State. County and .
For One 111 Itnllrnnd Cotllmhllonpr shall constitute the Fortieth (40tn) by Providing the Right cf that of Stat Attoornev. and Combining vote to be 1 bound. such municipality & taxes to be levied In the county
of the State of Florida Senatorial District and Calhoun and. Person to Work Shall Not B* Deniedor the Clerk of the Criminal and hall thereafter b. bound by said Sec the Stat, County County School
Fur State Senator for Thirty-third Cull Counties, Florida ball conetL1, Abridged on Account of Membership Civil Court and Duties of Tax Collector tions. Board, School Dlnrlc. BpeCla Tax
Senatorial IHclrlit of the State of tut the Forty-first 41sti) Senatorial or Non-Membership ID any LaborUnion the Clerk of the Circuit Section 4. The County Tax Assessors School DI.trlct
t'lurl.I" District; and at the same time. the or Labor Organization: and Court and the County Tax Collectors of Dade I 2. Th shall at the Legislative
For one'' Member of the Home of Legislature shall also apportion the Providing that the Right of Employee BB IT RESOLVED BT THB LBOIB- and Orange Counties shall Impose no i I Session In 1043 and from time to
lleprenentntlvca( of the $tat e of represenutlon Inh.. Hous of Representatives to Collcttvly Bargain Shall LATURE ThIS STATB OF FLORIDA: charl by way of fee or otherwise I time tbeeater. enact laws specifying
Florida.For and shall allow three (3) B. Preserved. That ha.Constitution of the State UPD lbs munlclpltll. towns. dl.. the duties and compensation -
rountv Judge. Representatives to each of the five BB IT RESOLVED BY THB LBOIB- of Florid b* and lbs earn I* bereby trlct. or areas within ,. of County Tax Ae.o.designated .
For tihi.rlft.For moat populous counties and two (2) LITVB OP THE FLORIDA: amended by adding Article XXh.r..- Counties for their services In In paragraph 1 of SetloD
Representatives to each of the next BTAn making assessments and collections of U. and shall likswls provide
Clerk. of the Circuit Court. Dt to theConstitution to and as amended la I to, and I
For Attorney County eighteen more populous counties and of the State of Florida shall b* submitted to .cr.e of ad valorem or acreage tales or other for the extension on the assessment
Court.For I'roieiutlng, OM (1) Represeuutlve to each of tb* Section 12 of the Declaration of RIghts the of Florida for ..I.ctor or duties Imposed or to be Imposed hers- roU of the County Tax Assessor ol
Assessor of Taxes. remaining counties of the Stat attb of said Constitution b* and the same St.t at the next electionto under The Legislature of the Stateof all tale IUle bv the State. County
County Mm of auch apportionment l.n.ra Florida may By law provide for payments County Board School Dtstrlcu
Is I hereby to, and toe same snail b* held m the year :
For Tax Collector. Should the Legislator fall to apportion b* ac.e the elector 114. to the respective County or Special Tax School District and Municipalities -
For (County Superintendent of Pub. the representation in the Senateand of the Btau of QuaUfe ratification ARTICLE X Counties in aa amount not to exceedone ,

lie III.trlll'lIon.' en' the Hous of Representative or rejection at the next ensuing Section 1 That on and alt mid- per cent of collections made and Section 12 1. From and after Jan.any .-
For Five Comity 'olllll1lulolll'r. al ; regular session of the legulatttx General Election that to say, that n.ght December 31st. 1844, paid by the Olet to each taxing 1. 11)44 The County Tax CollectorIn
For One Member of the County Board at any of the time herein de- Section 12 of the 1 of '1&Assessors of the Counties of Dad authority, to costs of collection the County of HU lbru.b. St.t of
of Public. Instruction.In Ignited U shall be the duty of lbs of the Dela..tlol Rlbt Orange. But of 10rld& altaR and assessment Incurred by the Porlda. Ib.1 collect tax. In
Testimony Whereof I hive hereunto Legislature or Legislature succeeding Florida b* amended te to read each become and b.h. u.r. of respective Counties. by the OS.
net my hand nail affixed the such regular session of lbs Legislature follows"Section. t all property ta their rpctlv Section 1 That on and the County School Board. School ,
( ri'nt Seal of the State of .Florldn either In Special or Regular session to 12 No person shall be subject Counties, sod they shall after that expiration of the term of ate Special Tax School Districts and Municipalities -
nt TiilInhiiHuee, the Capital thla the 1"1oah.* represenutlon Inhe to be twice put In jeopardy fa Lk all assessmenu of ad Tax Collector of the Counties of Dads
twenty fifth duly of August A. I>. B nu ....dhe Hous of Represautlv the same offense nor compelled in anycriminal acreage totes and other and Orange (tat* of Florida fo 1 Tb* Legislature eba at \LcIslatlv -
**. a* hsrsln provided The cue to be a wltnea against tee that are or may b* imposed upon which said Coletor have been Ssaslon of 'Im
"M4'R. A. allAY prsnedlng regular Federal or regular himself nor b* deprived of lit*. liberty or personal property ar Bet ups ed .*t January led 194i. to tIme thereafter enact law .
(Slnte 11111)) Secretary of State' BUM Census whichever shall bav or property without due process Including by way of a single valuationall the duties Imposed upon the County Ing the powers funetlons. duties and

To Hon. I,. L. Conrad Sheriff of bn taken nearest any apportionment of law: nor shall private property betaken asssasmsnu upon property for *.c .Collectors of the Counties of Dade compensation of County T Collector
Okeirhnbee County, of Representatives In th. Senate and Wltbo' lust The mUDlclpalty. town district, or Orange by law and thla l Article designated In paragraph 1 this 8tlon **-
-- - la the Hous of Kprenutlvs shall right persons to cmp.na.tGu.wrk b* lt.rlc la Dad and shall be assumed and taken over by li. and shall likewise provide far
aturol la making such apportion- denied or abridged on account of mem.berahlp Orange Counties ad valoremassessment the r.petlf Clerks the Circuit th* collection, ear custody, r
BUY MORE WAR BONDS: BMS.. ta the *.Y80'ae: Legislature or non-membership In any shall be subject to review Court for o and Orange and dlsbursm of all taxes
Ball fall toe reapportion the nprsMntaMoa labor union or labor and equalization by the County Boardof Cun'I who shall then each take bv the County Tax Collector. :
la the Legislature a* required by provided. that tbt clause G..nl.tlo uaitutO of sach OUDtJ. whichIn OW" book, funds. and aooounU Filed In office Secretary
AM* amendment before lu adjouniaenl to or abridge. the rtobt tb 0" shall CD.I' sev of the Collector for each County, and June 14. IMS .
(and such extraordinary session oD.trl and through a Comt.IOnt and an* who thereafter lit known and The votes cast In enpUne wm
a* e-Ued Mr rsap-ortlonmeni shall not labor union I to Kmbr by each termed aa both of the Circuit proposed .m.ndl' and ( I,
a* United to sxplr at the end oft Io- their J municipality or town" each County and "Tax Collector" of 1.la"ol .
K) CKfOt "RIA .*. day or at all until reapgtIonment having a population Dor than the C" County for which he ebjec&e t sam *- a.
pcIn .
K effected and shall oon.saasr Pll 1943A "tl( o 3,000 at the last ensu: Board la Clerk.Sectlo for gsanal atuMiaa k*

1H1DA'IS aa batn*** other than such of Equalisation shall otherwise b. <. O and after the expiration the Stale el Fiends.Uf .
aportlnmat>.' ceDed by the general law tt County WaBMMa.
old this amendment lit ratifiedta JOINT RESOLUTION Proposing aa to : fore oertalnlag Suilollon'Dad taOe Counties, I TOM f _
to* Onml otloa la 144 special Amendment to Section 14 of Article UtIO' of tales: provided&n: be each hand and Or-*
tJ 666J Usllima aball be all** within ninety HI nf the Constitution o the BUM mUDlclpl" in each County I'II ,1.1d al the time Iall I Article U Seal ef the Stow of PUrMa.
the ejection of Sen- of Florid Relating t UnIfor County populilon of 1.0 or 1 lees .10ptd the State ",&or.y. of Dads 'SU .t TalUhas*. cvetiartIr34d
,- (2Mb), and Municipal U m.mb" who thai! Counties, respectively, hn .Tikly 1
.. IIaIerW .,..,,- etat-; .. P\>nYfln'II. Mist I Cl ami .tlon ef Cities and To Klni become a part of the Board of b* .cn become the Prose euting Officer
I I p la .- special BB RJC8OCVK BT TR UTMB'LATVHB : Equalisation lo th* purpa of tu. all the Criminal B. A. GRAY
'' 'I. Mkmaa, aa awaaxit* M th* TUrty- OP TRI STATS. OP FLOIUDA isation of ales .ipeu anv r'*)*e sad Oaoi Counties 0 o
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--I At Learning's i fountain- U la-sweel
FARMERS WINDING UP Some Idea of the reduction in air As he thinketh In his heart, so irhe.
Florida Has 1 to drink,
Boy SUMMER ACTIVITIES) travel cost In the post war periodIs .-Proverbs 23:7.i : .
But 'tis a nobler privilege to think
READY FOR FALL WORK Local and Personal Is shown In a recent release from I V -John Godfrey Saxi

Own Orchestra the California office of Pan Amerl-j I i American railroads are not the -V
-- -
can World Airways announcing a only ones overburdened with war.
With summer scheduled to bow Sheriff L. L. Conrad returned to I rate of $9i.00) one way or $172,801 j time traffic The Canadian National e * . *

'Grand, Ole Opry'Orlando itself off the 1944 agriculturalscene Okevchobee Tuesday morntttf from round trip between San Franciscoand Railways announce that in the

within another week Florida Loa[ Angeles, California, where he Honululu, Hawaii. Prewar fare first four months of 1944 they carried Thos S jYS Need dfWJti Gl

tanners are ready to swing Into went to bring Forrest White backto I 1
was $510.00( round trip. over eleven and a half million
Sep. 19.-Little did Curly their fall activities with hardly a Okeechobee to stand trial. t
I|i than tho total
ti-- passengers more j :
Williams dream when picking fruitIn 7f : l
let-up In their efforts to make the
number in the entire
Lake county and working In the another record-breaker In To aid in the rehabilitation of the ,4;_ :
crate mill) at Mount Dora that In a year IF YOU want to get married, write disabled veteran the. American Optical year of 1940. I
and other
production of food crops ----- --- - -- -
few years hi would be a tar on Box Vancouver, Wash. : Company is supplying) trained II |

one of the nation' moat popular Barring and unforeseen other unfavorable climatic developments setbacks I technicians to government hospitals ] .1 I f l1KR1CRg7CFJ1rc':1o'. a>' irsnrmt! '!1fIf'J'IIR1MI'MMf1TIfilflCjjf::: > ff'Jt\Qlwwam I Il

radio ahows, with band of his own. to teach men how to make spectacles I 1>
a the prospect at this time Mr. and Mrs J. A. Abney returned -
But today Curly Is the leader of to their home In Okeechobeethe and will aid them In finding t j) !
for Florida agriculture Is encouraging
the Georgia Peach Pickers, featured reports to the State very Ag- first of the week from Jackson employment when they finish their' *: THE WAR NEWS CONTINUES
training it was announced this
the "Grand |
each Saturday night on ricultural Extension Service Indicate. ville and Palatka where they spent I +s
Ole Opry" show over radio station several days week. 1.4
The generally satisfactory bright :
WSM of Nashville, Tenn.
tobacco season over, farmers in the }
Curly Is just another fiddle playIng : : :
northern and western sections of the REMEMBER Soldier and Sailor TUB nnrriT COURT or TIIK
country boy raised on a Grady NINTH:; JI'DK'IAI.I niUTIT OF" 1 ;,
state are harvesting peanuts, picking mail for overseas must be mailed 1.1.01111I.IS AND mil OKEECIIOIIKK. I
Georgia, farm near the f
county. cotton, turning hogs into peanut between September 15th and Oct. \ : :. ('OI'STIS CIIANCKKV !
Florida line. His father had beena TASK NO. \HID I
fields to fatten for market cutting ober 15th. JOANNA\ .1. I'KESCOTT; )
renowned fiddler, much In demandfor as much badly needed pulpwood as I Hulntlff) ON ALL FRONTS THE WAR NEWS IS
dances In Georgia and North vs. )
possible and getting ready to plant 1"1.\11 PUKSfOTT.: ) >
Florida. Following In his parry's Miss Silvia Snell left this week 1."r'II"1I11mUlF.lt ,; GOOD AND SHOULD ENCOURAGE ALL
lupine and other winter cover crops.
footsteps, Curly could fiddle a right for Tallahassee where she entered I TO API'KVB ,
German war prisoners have been an 'flit' : STATK: OF FLORIDA : OF US TO DO EVEN MORE TO HASTEN
mart tune before he was kneehighto school at the Florida State Collegefor To NOAH runSC'UTT': Address Unknown.
important factor In the peanut har .
a razorback hog. His brother vest. Women It In hereby ordered tbnt you arc ITS END. OUR FIGHTING FORCES ;
Sanford used to slap a base fiddle rehired to appear on the nth day ofNntHiilivr. ;1
More farmers than before "' 1UI4. before tIe, above entliliMl I
and another brother, Joe, went in ever FOR SALE-Seventh Day Adven- court to the Mil of mupliilntM' \ \ ; AROUND THE WORLD CONTINUE TO
for the gui tar. will plant oats for grazing and harvest list church building In East Okee- ',-,it) niciiliiHl yen In the liliotit en-

Then In search of work the boys during the next few weeks, chobee If Interested see R. E. In third.hereby' IIIIIHP.dPMlvniiti'd and the Okeerhobeaa,tie tinIIPW i,ii BEAT THE GERMANS AND THE JAPS :

migrated to Florida. They picked !planning to use this crop to bridgethe Willis or J. R. Stanley. IMIIHT In which thin order nlmll he 1
in feed pnllulled OIH>I' n week for four ((4) !i ON LAND SEA AND AIR. :
supplies caused by
gap ,
oranges, worked In crate mills or at i M"'ixi rnilve wef'kn.WITMMX. t

odd Jobs to make a living, return- shoitaJt'S of corn. Most of the Mr and !Mrs. W. B. Jennings have KimmT. an .Judge the, of Iluiioinlilv'this, Court A. amt O. i!

Ing to Georgia In the Spring to pick acreage will be planted in the north- returned to their home here from tin, Sea! of ihU I Court In the City of }

peaches. They played for local dances ern and western sections, but there Jacksonville where they spent ten I Ida Ikr9WbIw I Ills UMli. okM-chiilice day of Kpitpmln|Comity, l-'lur 1111[ i THIS GOOD NEWS SHOULD MAKE :

and became so popular that they will also be considerable acreage In days visiting at the home of Mr. iCIruill Court Koiiliitov \ a :

decided to make music a profession. the central and southern sections. nnd Mrs. Lester Jennings. Clerk u. I'lri'iilr it.u i.r.usits Court.Okpcoholiec ., EVERYONE MORE ANXIOUS THAN EVER -

Starting on a Georgia radio station Citrus growers are mowing and Count y. 1'1'trliln,

they took the name of "The Georgia chopping cover crops spraying for REMEMBER Soldier and Sailor T. W.Solicitor early for, Jr.riuintirr u-4t TO BUY BONDS AND HELP BACK

rust mite control irrigating in dry I
Peach Pickers mail for overseas must be mailed

They were Invited to join the areas doing a little pruning and between September 15th and Oct County NOTICKOkirHmlim Florida, !k. THE ATTACK. J

"Grand Ole Opry" show and for !getting! ready for the beginning of ober 15th. Septi'ml.or It 1M4NOTICE '!.
have been the 1911-45 harvest, which will begin : IS 11EKEUY: : GIVEN that j .i
than two -
more years ii'imiiiiiit! i.. Section\ U of Chapterlv."il. \ '
among Its headliners. Three other wfth early grapefruit within Miss Juancll Pearce, daughter of ( Laws of Klorldii. Arts of Hl'17.: j jkUII"1I
as the MCKPIIY ACT and In Buy More Bonds Today
country boa joined the outfit, Joe the next few weeks. Citrus looks :Mr. and !Mrs. Austin Pearce, left imiHiiiince of Chapter '.'onr.$. Laws nf !I

Pope, who plays the plano-accordiant good although some groves coulddo last week for Memphis, Tenn.. where Florida}:n:!ItI(11.\Art It F.S: of 1041.IlKAINAOK known: as DIS-the :I

Jimmle Selph, a guitar expert, and with more rain; the comingseason's she Is spending several weeks 'IKICT ACT. the following dosrrlliidliiuil. ;x i
sltuati il In Everglades DrainageI'lntrlit. ;
Boots Harris( who Is master of the outlook Is for a big qual-. III tikeerhnlipe ('''"l1lv. Kl."r- '

electric guitar. They are featuredon ity crop. FOR SALE 1940( Ford Opera "Ida,",'r will)' for he the offered highest for mid snip' heel at public cash ,/

the Ralston Purina half hour Truch growers In the southern Coupe Good condition, with good' "1.1. eiilijppt to the right of the Trim-

show on Saturday nights and have section are well along in setting out tires. Dorris Gardner. 13-2 and tees "uf f the the Internal Board of Iiuprovi'inenP rnunnlMloiieri Fund of t tBank

made over 300 personal appearances tomatoes, peppers celery, and other nir L\i rirlitdi'i and nil Draping l 1,1,10.> lit District the COl1rtbolloP.hpitlulllllif to reject. Okeecliota County ,

annually.Too 1 crops. Fall victory gardeners have Miss Juanita Pearce left Sunday ) at 10;:00 o't'Joi A. M on the
I llth lay of October, 1114 1. A. to nil
bad they didn't organize their started their activities spading, fertilizing for Tallahassee where she will enter ,panel of hind I of ten acres or more

band In Mount Dora during the orange and planting. tho Florida State College for Women title time in fourths one'half of other of petroleum mlll"rul.11I and

picking season for If they had With grass seed supplies short for the coming term. he rpserted h.v Trustees of the Inter.

they would probably have taken the farmers and cattlemen are harvesting mil pond Improvement Hitht of \\nv Fund 2HO' f.1'Ido Casements willhe for

name "Florida Orange Pickers. seed crops of carpet and other REMEMBER Soldier and Sailor retried by snlil Trustees from
any parcel' through which there Ii nn
Anyhow they are strong for Florida grasses for further expanding Improved mail for overseas must be mailo existing stnte rend : and easement for Phone 15 '
diiilnflirp and rei-limintlmi and for
and boost the state at every opportunity pasture acreage. between September 15th and Oct onO fiir nsi i wit: he resorvi'd, and
Labor will continue to be i. problem firty percent| (;Wi) of all oil guts and
ober 15th. mineral Hunts nil) he reserved, by the '1 J Deposits Insured through Federal Deposit ;:
V for farmers during the coming hoard of C, uoIMKlolII'rl of Everglades .

AMERICAN PEOPLE GIVE fall and winter but the outlook Is Miss Oveda Boromel left Tuesdayfor IJruhulle District Insurance Corporation ;.j f ft

30 MILLION: DOLLARS IN: far better now than it was a rear where she will again l)*u>rlpton Sec. Twp Rae A.
Tallahassee Lot A, Itlk 2!\-, I{ OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS
11-YEAR FIGHT ON: POLIOIn ago. E. F. DeBusk state supervisor bo a student at the Florida State "Soul h Okecc'hoheeI'oAltl |I : ,

of the Extension Emergency Farm College for Women. > OP ('OHMIBSIONEIiSI: $ C. H. McNULTY, President N. RAY CARROLL, Vice-President '

the last eleven years the Am- Labor Program, put It this way: OK AOE}:DISTRICT Y :IIJ : JJ :M. T. WHIDUEN. Cashier '.

erican people have contributed $29.- "If everybody will keep digging WANTED CYPRESS BLOCKS. 'I !STiis: W| TUB I TER- I
advantage XU. IMI'KOVFMnST: Fl'ND: EM, Meserve J. M. Roe 8r. J. 0, Pearce Allen liarktaat
take :
52(5,724.54( to conquer Infantile paralysis away at the Job and If we 4 or 8 ft. long. 8 In. and up In di OK THE STATE OP KLOll- i

Basil O'Conner, President of of favorable conditions, we ameter. FOB can Seaboard. NealE. By HOY IDA. U. ItAUI.EKSON, Agent
the National Foundation for Infantile should get along all right In pro Hainlin 635 NW 44 St., Miami. for Trustees of the Internal Ito.I !!lfIrnJl:f.jll x54KxTtlsAxxJdIt1: : : xJfkAgxMV.t X R11 ).ItI..IDtU >I.JfJfJOC

Paralysis, announced today at ducing and harvesting our crops Florida. 14-2t "|>r i "unieiit("mmlixloneri Fund, and of Cverglndep

the opening of the annual meetingof during the 1944-45 season." -- Iniilimve. DlHtik't. UkeoebobeeO.untv

the Medical Advisory Committeeof While some field crops have suffered !Miss Mary Lena Watford left '. Florldii I

Foundation at the because of unfavorable wea- she !
the this week for Tallahassee where MTMK OF IXTHNTUlN TO SELL 1

Waldorf-Astoria Hotel. At that ther conditions, the summer of'1944 will enter the Florida State College I IS IUItE11GlYE LVINOTIrK that RELEASED BY THE 'ARMY
for grants to has been generally satisfactory
meeting applications for Women. I'lirminut' '" Seotlon 15 111.) Chapter
medical research will be most farmers and the fall prospectsare :rant< l.nns of Florldii, Arts of 1U41
carrYon nod, Son Ion t7.! Chapter 11717. Laws
considered and further plans for encouraging Edward W. Greb' of Lake Worth, of }'I"rl'llI.l'Is of l'.i"1' us Amended
bv Seetlon 11, Chnpter 21H.'i.$. Lows of
carrying on the fight against Infantile V I Republican candidate for Congress 1"lurhln.11 of 1ml. null nlnu pur.suniit Now Year Around

paralysis will be made. CHURCHES CHRIST, from this district In the November s of to Florida.8".1\1111\ 4J.Arts Chapter of 11141.207J2.lH ns. Open

This money was raised throughthe SCIENTIST election, was a visitor spending amended hr Section 111. Chnpter 22071)
Inw of Florida Arts "f 1943, and
celebration of President Roose Monday In Okeechobee In the Interest Svtlon 41. Chapter, L'llTM. I.nws of
March of }Florida Arts of 11141 us nhiended, hvXcetlon
and the
velt's Birthday "REALITY" is the subject of of his campaign.) 21, Chnpler 2: J7II. Jews ofFlorldn
Dimes, held In January of each the lesson-sermon which will be readIn ; Arts of l'H.1' the following Riveria HotelGEM
ilencrlh! hinds In Okeechobee County,
year starting In 1934. Churches of Christ Scientist, Misses Alice and Svlvla Bass I Plorliln to wit .
Sixteen million dollars or more and Monday In Tampa Lots 7. ft and 9 lilt ::h). City of
throughout the world on Sunday spent Sunday Okeeehobee OF FLORIDA'S EAST COAST
than half of the total given, was September 24. where they went to have their eyes Lots 1 to 0 Inr, r.lk. 121. City of

raised In the two years of 1943 and I' The Golden Text Is: "Every good treated. okeeehobceLots 15 and 10, Blk. 31. City of

1944, Mr. O'Connor said I' gift and every perfect gift Is from Okeechobee AnnouncesNEW
1943 of 8 22% ft of Lois 1 nod 2. Blk.
"The Increase In donations in above and cometh down from the C. H. Parkerson, local Manager HIS' City of OkwhoheeLots

and 1944, which probably was due I Father of lights, with whom Is no the Florida Power and Light Company First 2 Addition and 3. Blk. 11 Wright's

In part to the high Incidence at the variableness, neither shadow of and Representative W. J. Lon 2. 8 and A. Blk. A, Wright'sSecond CABANA.CLUB

disease, assured the National Foundation returned yesterday from Addition
turning" (James Hendry, NWVi\ of SE\%, Sec II Twp. 34 .
that the public wished It to Among the citations which com Miami where they spent two days Kge. 33:
Lot 11. 1, Railroad AdditionLot OPEN NIGHTLY
widenIts of Hlk
and to
Its activities is the with officers
intensify prise the Lesson-Sermon deep sea fishing 12 Blk. 1. Itnllroad AdditionS
entire field of operations," he following from the Bible : the Florida Power and Light Com Okepchohee 20 ft of Lot 1. Blk. 201. City of SWIMMING POOL and TENNIS COURT

added. "In the beginning was the Word pany. Lots 11' 5 Inc.. T, H. 0. 11 and 12.
"It's almost like waking up one and the Word was with God, and Blk. 23, South Okeerhohe
All Block 14S, City of OkeerhoheeBeg
morning and finding that many of the Word was God. All things' were REMEMBER Soldier and Sailor 148 211 ft E of E line of Block Music Entertainment
1 m. 111'11111 nt rt. angles and UK'
dreams have come true. This and without him wasnot : must be mailed
your made by him; mall for overseas ft N of N line of N. Park St..
generosity of the American people any thing made that was made" between September 15 and October run Serly unit parallel to E! Recreation
Bdry Hue of Ilk, Ids, 71) ft there
permits us to proceed with an assurance (John 1: 1. 3). 15. from on a distance of 2'J3/1 ft,
we merely hoped for a few The Lesson-Sermon also Includes thence E of S of Nth St. BO ft
to W shore of Taylor Creek,
years ago. We are now able bothto the following passage from the Mr. and Mrs Harry Lamb returned thence Surly along W shore of
Intensify our scientific research Christian Science textbook, "Sci I to Okeechobee Saturday morning Creek 225:: ft. thence W 53: ft. TRANSPORTATION SERVICE
Sec. 13.: Twp. 37, Rge. 33:
for the cure and prevention of the ence and Health with Key to the I and are spending some time here Beg at pt. where North St. line FOR GUESTS

disease, and at the same time to Scriptures" by Mary Baker Eddy I visiting relatives and friend. of N.the Park W St line. extended of Blork Intersects 14S, STATION WAGON WILL MEET YOUR TRAIN AND MAKE

enlarge our field army fighting Infantile "There is but one primal cause. extends 8, run Nerlr 12690 ft.
I thence B 33: ft, to W shore of
effect and grand
paralysis.Some Therefore there can be no Mrs. Lulu Taylor Creek thence Serly along
Idea of the scope and ex- from any other cause, and there daughter !Miss Virginia Lee Cut- Creek 113 ft to N. Park St.
thence W 832: ft. Sec. 13: Twp.
tent of the National Foundation's I I pan be no reality in aught which bert, who are making their homeIn :I47, Kge. 33 BOAT AND MOTOR FOR FISHING

program of scientific research Is does not proceed from this great Deland, spent the past week end outcry Will for he offered the blithest fur snlo and at best public cash AND PLEASUREWrite

shown by the fact that since It was and only cause. The spiritual real In Okeechobee visiting Mr. and Mrs. ,uid subject to the Hunt of the Board
of Co.nnilssloiiers of Everglades Drain
organized only six years ago It has ity is the scientific fact In all Gilbert Culbreth. axe I''strict and/or, Board of County
Institutions (I.IIII'"I.J..ller. of Ukeechohea '.', out for Descriptive Literature and Summer Rate
made 29$ grants to 74 things" (p. 207 20-23, 27) -
I'loriiiu; (10 rtlwi any and all bid, nt
Involving 114 groups of workers In V I Ellis Draughon underwent, a seri the Courthouse, beginning at 10:00:

one of the greatest scientific attacks The value per acre of farm real I out operation at the Fort Pierce ober o'clock 11>>A.4. M.Easement on the 18th for drainage day of Oct.and Riveria HotelBox

against any disease. estate In the United States on Mar. 1 hospital Tuesday morning. He U replantation and' road purposes will be
1 reserved and fifty percent ((50%) of all
V 1 of this year was 35.7 percent above Improving. oil gnu and mliiclul, lights will also

Supreme Court Justice Alto B. I the pre-war level according to a he reserved UO.Utn OP COMMISSIONERSOF !' 747 DAYTONA BEACH, FLORIDA

Adams and Jack Simmons, recently statement Just released by the Alex TO PLANT: LUPINE r.VKlIOLAKDS; DIUl.VAUK

appointed to the Florida I ander Hamilton Institute.Words DISTRICT end -

Board of Forestry have purchasedthe 1 --VI I Marlanna Fla. Many Jackson BOARD OF COUNTY TOM.
I I MI1SIUNEK, : OK OKE":11O I Notice
Gwlnn farm timber tract In : are not always the auxiliaries County negro farmers ere planningto BEE: COt'NTY FLORIDA

Gllchrlst County The property I of Truth. The spirit and I II plant blue lupine on' land from Ur Clerk ROY of It.the RAULEUSO.V.Circuit Court of Several Hotel Positions Open Write !

comprises about 27,000.acres and Is not the letter,. performs the vital which peanuts are being harvestedthis Okeechobee County Florid, ,
as nirent for said Boards.
one of the largest tracts reported I functions of Truth and Love.-MarY year according to Thomas AHarris. By Sopbroola Pease

sold In this area for some time. Baker Eddy. Jackson negro agent. I r, Deputy Clerk ,
,. .