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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: October 20, 1944
Publication Date: -1992
Frequency: triweekly[<1989>-1992]
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semiweekly[ former <1981-1983>]
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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).
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Volume 30-Number 18 Okeechobee, Florida, Friday, October 20, 1944 Price Five Cents

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News of Our APPLICATION FOR NEW "A" PROCLAMATIONWHEREAS OKEECHOBEE BOY SMELLS I Storm Did Little
Boys \SOUNE RATION: BOOKS FISH AND:' CORN BREAD

AT PILLING SIA1IO.NS IN FAR AWAY fAUrlC I

In Various Camps Damage Here or
it is the privilege and duty of every The Okeechobee New 1 I. In re.1
I Florida War
Price and Rationing Citizen by exercising the right of the ceipt of. letter from Lloyd C. '
,
Boards In This
At Home & AbroadMrs. east of the Apalachicola Vicinity
River are making arrangements for Franchise, to put into practice the principles (Red) Lightsey who is aboard the
I USS Dennis somewhere In the Pacific
local issuance of new "A" gasoline of Democracy which our fighting men
Lee this week received "Red" he I Ie
Jasper ration books which will become are defending with their lives on World say getting The storm passed Okeechobee and
along fine and
Information from the War Department enjoying life in a
valid on November 9, Stewart C, this area Thursday morning between
that her son Robert E. Lee Maxcy, acting district OPA rationing battlefields, and big way. He says he dreamt every I four and six o'clock and while the
who has I been mimiing in action fur night that he smells fish and cornbread
executive said yesterday, WHEREAS votes cast on November 7 will wind reached a ipeed of about lev-
the past several month was now a frying and longs to be backin I
enty-five miles hour there
In Okeechobea County, renewal govern the determination of issues and the Okeechobec. He an was
prUoner of war in Germany. She' wants the address I' very little damage fci this section
has hud no further details\ and applications can be obtained from selection of officers to guide our State of his paper changed and lay* | Some windows were blown out and

probably will not j your local filling stations.All and Nation during the closing months of he doe enjoy it when It reaches I! some .ota wero .slightly damaged.

applications for renewal must him. He and his ship took !
be War and during the critical period of readjustment the part Inl All places were boarded up be'
accompanied the invasion
by back cover of the Island of Morotai .
Malcom Simmons, who Is stationed ginning about and
noon Wednesday
of the current "A" book.Raulerson's to Peace, and in the Pacific.Dewey j
at the Naval Air Station at Jackaonvillo I I I by night everyone was ready for the

arrived in Okeechobee this ---v------ WHEREAS it is of paramount importance that I y 'I worst, but fortunately the wind was

morning and Is spending a few days Hold I this General Election of 1944 reflect] the I Is Offering not high enough to do much dam

here with his mother, Mrs. Bryant mature judgment of a true majority of our IIlIe. Rain fell alj) day Wednesdayand
Bowden. H* will leave Sunday to Wednesday night.

return to Jacksonville. Their AnniversaryHere people, Nothing To Voters'' In addition to this the electric

NOW THEREFORE I H. H. light wires, telephone and telegraphlines
Raulerson
Mayor
I
Sheriff Conrad received a telegram Last SundayBy of the City of Okeechobee, by virtue of In This Campaign o'clock were last night out until when about service eight was
this week from his SOD L. L.
the authority vested in me, call upon all leutoed.
Conrad; Jr.? in which be said his -
ship was anchored in this country ( Mr. G. O. Wallace our public spirited Organizations, civil and We have been reading what they j Man people from the Lake Okee

but tliut he would ba unuble to get i ) private, to interest themselves in stimulat- papers around the country had ,to ,, chobee Section began arriving her

leave to coma homo this trip but { Celebrating the 67th wedding anniversary ing their members ancj the members of the say about GOT. Dewey' first two early Wednesday and continued to

hupod to be able to be home sometime j of Mr. and Mrs Peter Community ]] in speeches Even the pro-Dewey pa arrive until late that night wken
noon. Raulerson a large number of their generally casting a heavy puma reflect the general verdict that the court house, city hall, railroad

I friends and relatives gathered at vote on Election Day and upon every Cit the Republican Presidential candidate stations and other seemingly safe

their spacious home on Parrott Avenue izen to inform himself of the issues at hasn't produced the stuff that places were filled with people that

A letter received this week by I on Sunday, October 15th, for stake and to vote and assist members of would make a great number of vot-:i were running from the storm All
11 r. and ilrs. '
J. C. Platt from their ,
an old-fashioned "sing"When his era get out and yell for Dewey. night there were cars coming here
nan Elburn who is aboard a United I family, employees and others, to vote, The Chicago '
Peter Rnulerson and Anna Tribune carries on and passing on through going to
States Destroyer says he has been Chandler were married in 1877. they in accordance with their convictions on its feud with Dewey. It I I. for him other places they considered safer

in Africa the Azores, Ireland, Scot- 1 united two of the pioneer families, November 7. only because he i i. a candidate of'' than Okeechobee Befoe night yeUrday *-

and, England and France. He says and their life the Trib' party. It doesn't
Is trust I
the of
story historyof I most these cars were returning -
an ship I I. like In witness whereof I have hereuntoset
moat all of the Okeechobee County, and of the him in the international field. It | to their homes in the Glades

others in the "Destroyer Escot" it'' mushrooming cattle industry of the my hand and caused to be distrusts. John Foster Dulles whose i below here.

kus seen much excitement In this I section. Of their tight children, SEAL affixed the Seal of the City of foreign policy and post-war world I The center of the storm apparently

war He also nays that he has been I five are living, and by blood and Okeechobee, this the 17th day Ideas Dewey has adopted. The Trib passed through Polk county
.
fortunate in being able to see bis marriage they are related to half .an't swallow what liewey and and
on through
up
of October Orange
Anno Domini i 1944.H. county
wife on frequent occasions the Dulles have cooked
and
county are loved and honored up as Republican but according to reports reaching

I by everyone H. doctrine. The Trib advise here the
RAULERSON, I most damage was done in
Mr. and Mrs M. E. Lanier received Mr.'E. J. Wilson, who had chargeof those who stand against Dewey on J Polk county where the loss to the

a letter this week from their I the singing during the afternoon, Mayor foreign affairs to trust the Senate, citrus Industry will reach Into many

son, Pic. Reuben Lamer mailed had invited singers from nearby not Dewey millions of dollars.Welfare .

team somewhere in Holland in towns to join the local "singing I Benefits Offered I gage debts or carry-overs. At the The Detroit Free Press Is pro- v--_

which he says he has recovered I' class" so that nearly one hundred end of the 1943 season this figure Dewey. It disagrees forcibly with

fruiu the wounds he l Cov., Dewey the. iiwua that. Mr Board Is .
received during voice were raised in the old hymns had been reduced to 29 percent. on. """\" .
the early days of the invasion of'' which have been sung throughout Women In ServiceJacksonville According to the Production ,Roosevelt is afraid of America;

fiance and has returned .lo active \ Florida since the earliest days. Credit Corporation President, at the that he Is afraid to bring the soldier Holding Exams.Okeechobee

duty. According to his letter lie' Male and mixed quartets from Pa- beginning of 1936 79 percent of the home quickly, On this point .

has seen service in France and Bel 1\ hokee and Ft. Pierce attended and Fla., Oct. 17.-Benefits I production credit association members the Free Press says

glum and Is now with the Amerl. contributed special numbers. The assured service women by the owed a real estate mortgage "We do not believe that Mr. County residents who

can Armies In Holland. He says he favorite songs of the honored military "Bill of Rights" will bring dept, while at the end of 1943 only I Roosevelt Is plotting to keep the qualify for positions with the State

gets the Okeechobee News each j I pie were dictated to them. COU.\\ a multitude of post-war opportunities I 63 percent owed ouch a debt. American fighting men In the Welfare Board and the Florida Industrial

week and appreciate it very much Lone Pilgrim" and "I Live On, WAVES recruiter laid here I "During the last five years, Mr. service one minute longer than I I. Commission by passing the

although it take the paper a longtime well as other quartet numbers Mr. today. Minor stated, "real estate mortgage necessary to triumph over our merit system examinations to be

to reach him. Reuben says ho 1!i Kent, Mrs Wallace and Marion There' no mere speculation involved debt of production credit association enemies And we do not think it held soon, will\ be eligible for employment .

la like all of the other boy over Martin, all of Okeechobee, playedthe in visioning great opportunities members In our District have conducive to the morale of our near home as well as in

there, he is hoping for the time I accompaniments for members of the Navy Wo- been reduced 30 percent in comparIson I war front or our home front so to other sections of the state it was

when the war is over and he can To give the voices a rest in the nun's Reserve, they explained. with a reduction of six percent'I charge The accusation is dangerously explained here today by E. H. Hunt

return home. I mid-afternoon refreshments were "When V-Dny rolls by and during the same period of all farmers elose to infringement) member of the District No. 10 Wel-

-VCHURCHES served The dining room was dec-. WAVES begin to say 'what now' in the District It ii moat Interesting upon Mr Dewey's pledge not tp fare Board.

s OF CHRIST, orated In pink and white, with when revision of Industry becomes to note that the total assets Interfere with the successful prosecution I. "The state welfare agency has a

SCIENIST: I quantities of coral vine and mixed felt throughout the nation, women of the production credit association of the war by the playing state office, 32 unit offices and 12

asters, and the table was centeredby with a military background are gong member were 24 percent of politics" district offices In Florida Mr,

"Probation After Death" Is the a beautiful wedding cake, the to find themselves on Industries larger at the end of the 1943 season The New York Times, an indep- Hunt said, "and all job are filledas

subject of the leseon-sermon which gift of Mrs Sum Davis, and lightedby preferred list," they said. than five years earlier, while the pendent newspaper, advises Gov. vacancies occur from eligible
candles in silver holders After Continuing the recruiters added total liablitles over this same per of registers established by the merit
will be read In Churches of Christ, I Dewey to make a "reappraisal"
scientist throughout the world on punch and homemade cake, the singers that "The WAVES alone will have iod decreased 30 percent, and the the situation and discard his demand system tests The Florida Industrial

Sunday, October 22. returned to gather again aroundthe trained In excess of 75,000 women, net worth Increased 38 percent;' I that volunteer alone comprise Commission has a smaller'

Among the citations which comprise -I piano and sing until only whispers most of whom can find parallel vo'l I V the occupation force in Ger- number of offices but these, too, are

the Lesson'Sermon is the renamed for final congratulation cation In civil life. Mrs J. T. Hancock was a visitor many and Japan. scattered over the state. Of course
and goodbyes to "Uncle Pete" "Accelerated production will demand 1 the past week end in Miami those who make the highest gradesare
following from the Bible : spending | The Washington Star also inde-
and "Grandma. Assstiing Mrs. Ellis women of kill and bearing, :I Mr. Hancock who' reached first when positions
"lie that hath an ear, let him hear i where she met pendent says'! "Gov. Dewey wouldbe
:Meserve and Mrs. C. J. Clements, women who think and work In orderly there business. within the two agencies are to be
on
what tile Spirit saith unto the was well advised to drop this
i "
Mrs. Hauler- I i iI filled.
of Mr. and manner.
churches; He that overcometh shall daughters I'Issue,' for it is wholly lacking In
Mrs W. L. Coats, Mrs. While Florida was under a invited Tests will be given Mr. Hunt ..Id.
not be hurt of the second son, were I County Judge T. W. Conely, Jr., substance and sensible people know
de.tb"I I Tommy Evans, :Mrs. J.. P. Coats, quota today, applicant may for 16 classes of clerical positions,
The Lesson Sermon also Includes visitor spending Tuesday and I The St. Louis Post Dispatch
war a lit"
all of Ft. Pierce, and Mrs Roy find they can make the October I including typlitf I stenographers,
the following passage from the' Wednesday I In Tallahassee and I1 call Gov. Dewey "a cocksure can
Draughon and !Mrs. Hiram Rauler quota, if they act speedily, it Val clerks and tabulating equipment..op
Christian Science textbook, "Sci Jacksonville. i didate. It advise him to be "a
of Okeechobee.One stated. There has been no change erators. Applications must be tiled
ence and Health with Key to theScrlpturea" son little more humble about problemsthat
basic requirements. Recruiting not later than November\ 4 on regular
'' son of Mr. and Mre. Raulerson in I Intense pain and
by Mary Baker Eddy, I have given
attended the celebration, Mr. stations are located in Tampa, St. Dr. T. T. Coleman Is spending today since forms which are furnished by
Rev. 2: 11)). i concern to the country ever
"Error brings its own self-destruc-1, Melvil Rauler-son. The other two Petersburg, Orlando, Tallahassee' in West Palm Beach where he'' the stock market crash of 1929."- the Merit System office, P. 0, Box

Harmon and Connie of Miami, Gainesville, Miami. West Palm went to attend the organization 113, Gainesville Florida upon re-
sons,
Times
tion both here and hereafter for The Chicago also
unable to be present Beach, Pensacola, and Marianna. meeting of the new Sixth Congressional quest. Application blanks are
were
mortal mind creates Its V ,
own physical
district
Among those present from Paho- y Committee which I* being'! available at meet unlt and
conditions. Death will
occur on MEY1BLKS! MAKE I IN ROOSEVELT COLUMNOne of the State Welfare Board.
kee were Representative Cowart, Dr. 1'CA held there today j offices,
the next plane of existence as on
and Mrs Spooner, Mr. and Mrs FINANCIAL: PRUUKESS The Tamiaml Trail Tour ha -V
this, until the spiritual understanding
W. Wood, Geae Butler appealed to the Florida Railroad THANKS
I B.
Adams, Mr. OF
I of Life Is reached. Then and of the largest newspaper on CARD
and Mrs. Allis :Mae Watson During the period 1938-1943 mem- Commission for permission to op.
Portland
not until then, will It be demon.I I the Pacific Coast, The
strated that 'the second death hath From Ft. Pierce, aside from those bers of the production credit associations erate bus service between Carnes- Journal, ha announced It will support We wish to express our appreciation

who assisted were Mr. and Mrs in the Carolinas, Georgiaand town and LaBelle via Sunnlland and President Roosevelt In the cur to the people of Okeechobeefor
no power' (p. 77: 8 12).
V I John Russ, Mr. and Mrs E. L. Zip Florida have made consldeable aeeks authority to discontinue service rent campaign. their kindness and sympathy In

Mr. and Mrs.. Z. G. Gillett financial progress, according to W. between Bradenton Beach and illness and death of out
Cun.n.1 I perer Willklei the recent
Mrs. W. D. Shine of New The Oregon Journal a
and others. Over 130 local citizen A. Minor, President of the productIon Anna Maria I I I I Geo. B. Camp.
,
Conn., arlved here Sunday and is i newspaper in 1940 In coming out loved one
were present to wish Mr. and Mrs credit corporation of Columbia, V I I Mr. and Mrs f. F. Burr,
spending two weeks with her for Roosevelt declared:
Raulerson many happy return of a unit of the Farm Credit Administration FOR SALE-1939 Ford DoLuxe 2- The Camp Family
mother, :Mrs. John Durcanson, and "Mr. Dewey has not loomed large
their wadding anniversary, with con of Columbia. Door Sedan. Good mechanical con I i i -V
Ion in law and daughter Mr and tinued health and activity and zest Based upon Information obtained dillon with four new tire*. SeeMo.e on the stage of world event His I. of the
:Mrs. W. J. Hendry. I I remark.ble'' 2- I speeches have been thin. He and Rev. W. R. Howell, pastor
!. than
in living, which this from an analysis of more lanier. Methodist Church spent
Okeechobee
advisers felt it
have
'' unusual members V his necessary
to most 000 record of representative
a
couple possess I first of the weekin
several! days the
Mrs Leland Pearce has returnedto in criticism of
take
unite the this five period the FOR CITY CLERK to recourse
degree Their life span over year be went to attend .
her home here after spendingtwo and war administration Lakeland where
of debts the production war preparation
young of
primitive pioneer days number \
week in Greensboro and Charlotte not stand Mr. a conference of ministers from
that do up.
to their association members had outstanding I wish that I
,:, Florida when guests 'came credit to announce am a
N. C. I I wadding in boat and buggies and decreased 44 percent. Mr. candidate for the office of City Roosevelt I I. the war Preiident. this district-

on horseback, to a day when plane Minor said. Many of the members Clerk of the City of Okeechobee In I While the colossal 'struggle continues -
Luther Mobley who has been em- of the Presidential Culbreth and Wilburn
issues Gilbert
,- the
''fll over their house piloted by not paying off all debts have con- the coming election to be held December -
ployed at the Bennie Jones garage I .and several days tbe'fir..'
'of are
', their grandson, and they have filled\ so.Mated: them. 6. I will appreciate your election and war peace Lawson spent
for the past few months, has resigned inseparable- .> < The course of of the week in DeLand where they
with good 1934 64
I I every day of that life At the end of the season vote and supportLORENA
that place and he and Mrs. credit HILLiARD PEARCE American Interest suggest the reelection went on business and visited MrCulbreth *.
association
work and kindness. percent of the production
.
Mobley left last week for Pine Bluff -VAdvertise -- member bad outstandingdebts -. -- of President .Roonvdt.:' and Miss Virginia' Lee '
Ark., where he will again be em- Tbe' Poit. .. '
New York Culbreth. ,,
in The News other than real estate) mort BUY MORE WAR BONDS I i ;. ,\orM .

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Ml IM 8 uf NW rnr I.nt B run ROKI ,
) ft44 830ft.W2.4ft: : 51130:\ uml liiiniitloii mm r'.I ii 1
ft. \\. :lust ft. nlm l\l fed T nnlW Frances Langford ".nl (purpiiMH nlll In. ri'.,'rUMl. .1,. "il I
71 J.II fl nf Ontt lot 4. !*i'i'. fry piTi'int Ci"I ; ) of nil oil, IlIII mot I Iniliioiiil .
::11I. 'I'up, :aT. II vi'. 'H: In "llulila' will he nvirvvil by th 1'
1.11" ::1 nuil' II rnl I 11 i'oiiiiiilHMliiiiera uf I.Miichidii: ,
I. Illk L m "n kmH '
II, linilnniftIHmrlit I .
I hats, I 'in 1\ Ini Illk 111 tRy' nfOku DIXIE JAMBOREE ./UESrtllp'1'IUN: ( Kiu. 'Inp, itte An""
LET US ,oln,,,IIIM, I 1.1 I HI. Illk 45.iolllll .
'
loin I II Okll'l holll'B
mill 10 I'.lk 1. S.iulliini
l-liiin,, i III I 1.1. 1 mid 2. IllkIsl .
GIVE THANKS UNTO GOD I 1.11' .'. 111 k. \'. Smith IlkiN-iliiilipe -- also 'hollPOI Pity nf Oki>oI 4@ '
lot 1111k 11. UhiTHliI,.
I'nrk sin
\ I I..IH 1. N. 12 mid 11Illk .
1..1. 2.:1.:i 4. 7. s ATTACK
FOR SPARING US ,.iitli Iki'HcliolM', nnil II ill k. 41s I/ki''lli/r', Ml'. tit) of

I 1.1. 11 end 12, Illk 1"1. City of Late I TOil" 8. Bit
FROM THE BIG (I'iki "1'hohpp HI'i: ('In. nf Ok....
BLOW
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lout. I. Illk 171 CIM if Dkpmhnlire l'hnhrr ..'-
Lars. 7 nnil U. Illk 127. C'llv (ifIlki'iK Lau B mill II. Hlkt >
'hoboeI :III, 1'10' of Okcechnhee .
,n in 1 to 4 IIH. N find, I 0. Illk 110. at U oi Florida indicates that t
( 'Ity of (ikppihohppI.i.u FRIDAY Lull 1. :J mid' 1 3Hlk .
.'. 1. 7, s nnil 1). elk. 11, South SATURDAYOct. 12t" I'Ity of Florida Scrub Oak contains

tlki'prhohpe Okiw'huheeI appreciable
LET OUR PRAYERSGO Lois. 4. 1 mill n. III Is. 1'IS' City nflkiii 27-28 I 1.11' 7 nnil 8. lilk,
'( .llnhip 1:17. 1.It, nf Oki'e. amounts of tannin of
I.i,In I In 4 IIIP. 7 V mill HI Hlk ,hoheeI
OUT TO THE PEOPLEOF I II HI'. (llv of Okeerhxbre Roy Rogers .OK :3 and 4. Hlk.7H a grade capable of! tanning
Lulu 1 to; .0. tin Illk. 1. South Pity of Okce.buhte -

THE STRICKEN AREASIN west 1 l to AilillllonLulH 7 IIH, Hlk. 2. Southwest 10 (. '1'IMS']'ITS OP THE INTERNAL leather. ,Blight is expected to)
Adillllon IMI'KOVHML.NT: UND

THEIR HOUR OF LntI okppiholieewill R mill, II lilk'Jfl, CUT of THE COWBOY ANDTHE'SENORITA 01' .TilE STATE OK FLORIDA ruin all other domestic sourcesin


DISTRESS cry fur In the nffirvrt highest' for nil mil at brat puhlliout.rush did. mUKD IK nllt1I.AtlE OF COMMISSIONFHS I DRAIN.AK a few years, forcing U. S. to

xuhJrel' to I the right of the lionrd of HUH.DISTRICTBt depend on imported tannin unless
('uuJlIIIH.III'lI'n of EMTglmlii, Ural n- lt\LI.hHs'O\ Agent. ,
for 1 of lie Internal
nmtei-i I
Hire Dlatrlit
111111 'or lloiinl
of
'onnnlmiloni of Okepoholioe (County Tonntv I for Honrd Iiuproviini'nt nf: (ouinilmlMernf Fund and new domestic sources are
Florlilu. to rtjfit allY and nil "bide,,
.
at the ConrHiounn" lii'Klmiliin' at 10 00ntloik I 1'ICIIIlu:;. okciMiolieo LiruiuuKu Aunty Din.irlit developed.! Onu more, Florida
A. M. on the -'lib day of Noptnhcr UoWally I '
\and' iwlmnittlon. 1044 KntPiniMit: unil rood fur drnlnaKe 1 lordiiTallnhnmep comes to the fore Here is a brand
piirpinei
nlll be reserved' and tiny percent BrownROOKIES Florida .
,150'1; I of nil ill 11111''mid mlueral I Oi toiler 17. 11144 new. industry availing only
.llIltll vlll also ho rpgt-rted NOTICE .
1 HHKI UK COMMISSIONERS in NOTICE la hereby given that the proper development What are
or nIWI.\IIEi' DHAIS- Slate Hoard nf Education nf I the State I
AIm 1I1i''fHIC'l' IN i nf Hnrldn offer for unto to he loW' the folks in community
51111ROA11U i to the highest IIIJili, In Tallahassee, your
OF COI-NPY COM. Florida, at 12 :no o'clock NOON, Noveinhir ?
xlONtH:; UK OKULCUOBFE '.''iKt 11)14) the following landIn doinrabout'lt7I
DENMARK'S OF OKEECHOBEE I'Ol'XTFIOIlIlM.. BURMA OkHiiholiie (booty; .
By JOY: I IL 1tAC1.ElSUN: i. I Hertlon H Township 30 South
(lirk of the Cln-nlt lourt nf .
KiinjiI4: EiiKt rnntulnluic IHII. 'O
Phone 113 Okewhohfo Conntv. Florida I ar'eN. more nr lets \
J. E. CONE
Manager in n IT"tit for sold l Boards .
By OI'IIUUNIA I'E\sB alto 'I'III401'11"! .: U |iiil lilUnpe with Sections 270(17. 27000(. and
Kppiitr; Clerrr1TF:11FN k PATIIE :NEWS I .7imir" rlorlrtn Htntnten 11)41 \ l
The STATE BOVRII OK EDlCt. '".'
: : T OK Tilt: OWNERSHIP, PATRIOTIC] ] POOCH No\elty THIN: remnpi I the right to relait nnv
\I\\It"t.ST. and all hliUllv ,
-- FTC? KFOIIHMI: Cilln.T'11TII to: .XfTH ON. order of ,HIP state Bonrd of IMni :UVIIIG MORE THAN 300 FLORIDA
OI- ( ONMIfhS OF .\1 (. ('IIT II l, IDIJM I nl I"n of thp stiitp nf rlurlilnSppmrtril CITIES AID COMMUNITIESWriu .
amrncmrnlflj: ir It >f >4xSurna1titltnxxIflfl( lf ll'Jrn1fJrDcII.JrWIt'f1IT.l1l1.11JW'111i> \ ) \RC'II S. 1011 -xCOMING- I.. Holland. doMTiior
. .or Okepphohpppua. "lIhll"h.,1'rpk.. ', .\'I'TIs'I'i .
i 1 h. nt Oki-ei' 'liohen. Fin. for Oi'toiler 1'IIJ. olln iialli.li SpiretimStnti I H lad..... D.
1'1..11'' of Florida, ) Run rd .r Film'ntIon ..10..1 J>o,..,.....
)'e. : n.1Id.. .... a Len
THE WAR NEWS I I roiiiit\ if Okpeeholiee ) c._mr MI. U, :Mr W
CONTINUES
Hi'dor" me, n notnrj' pnhlli In nnil, fnr nxda ..u f.iu
. tin Stnlo nnil ri>iintnforpwild, pirniiii, "See Here, Private! Hargrove" I...." ).".. ,....
1 :illnpi>inred Unont How den. who her, 4 Ufkl C*. ..ee.t. '
Ing IIPIII duly Kwnrn neenrdlng tn Inw,. "THE HEAVENLY BODY" WARN/) r .,
> /
TO BE GOOD k S ili pom n nnil says that he In the dltor r rWl. l ILBRIGAtht :
;of tin' Okpprhnlippen'< nnd thnt tliefol "HL' CVN'T: : KXT10V L0\ E" l(

lotting holli I I.., In n true the heat atntempnt nf hi*of knnwledj'mul the o\\'nernhlp e- "COBR OMN": ; MEAN !MORE:! THAN A ;;fit ll htt f/rt111 841!! find! l lo(

1r I mnnnt'imi'iit ete.. of the afore, ,-JitQsltiU,

l'4 I the"nlil nlmvi pnlilkntlnn enptlmi for. reqnlrpil the. lute, hv Shown the Aet t ta In ..... .... .. .. ... .. .. .... .... GOOD INVESTMENT r' ..,. .. ...... ....".. ....."......I'. ....-.. ......
1.1, : : -: : : : : ': : 1," :":" :' : 1.1, ': : : : : : ..... ....
nf AIIfllot it I. 1'12 nmendi'il ..;:0.. nun w: Sios I.rwon. ............
in hv the .... .. .... .... ; ;:
r ON ALL FRONTS THE WAR NEWS M Ani'" Mnrtji: 1. T'M!': emholled, In nee. 6' : : : : : : :":":'---I-: : ':":":":":" -:--:-'
IS I
f*
tl..nt:\ : fontnl 1,01nnl llegnlntlon. ___
J I
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Ifirlntid! on the ri\ere of this form to -
GOOD AND, SHOULD ENCOURAGE ALL >'lt :
C 1, Ttint the nnmeii nnd addrenaei nf I:0
u I lie niiliHMier, editor. ----
OF US mnnnBtntr editorlml .
TO DO
EVEN MORE TO HASTEN g l"".In" *< mnnn ere are :
I lullllier, Okeeehohee : ewa, Co. THE OLD JUDGE SAYS. .
ITS Ok< i'holipe. Fin \
END. OUR
FIGHTING FORCES y Fdltor Bnnnr Don den. Okeerhnbee,, ...,. [-
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F111
'" .
AROUND THE WORLD '4 2, That, the oniu-r In Okeeiliohee, News "",., :..; \
CONTINUE TO rJ ('n.. Okppehnhpp. Fin : .T. \.. Bnrhr. "- (j : .j
i Okoerliohpp. Tin, : Itoht TnMnrtln, Oltee ,,- < \
BEAT THE GERMANS AND THE JAPS pholipp Tin : Prynnt nonilen, Okeeiho 'X
: lipp. Fin. : r. F llunlerion Ft. Tlerre. .., .y ;.
Fin Mnlile Lhlgrnfclfnr. Inltnhnxiie '':'',
ON LAND, SEA AND AIR. q Fin f ... i '
1. '
That file known hnndholilerii' mort )
It N misers. nnd after pppnrltv hullers own I I
ft II Ilia or holding" 1 per rent or more olotnl J'
nmnnnt, nf nond. mnrtgngea nf I '; I

e THIS GOOD NEWS SHOULD MAKE '14 Ihilr HPI nrltli" nre( : NoneBIYNT .BOWPEV I I II

Swnrn to and sate.rrlhwl before me
EVERYONE MORE ANXIOUS THAN $ thin 1'Ith illlof Ortohir 1'MI!
EVER -
I K R STELIO I
i' Notnrr I'tihlli In and for Strata of
'
TO BUY BONDS AND HELP BACK '!I"ol)) Florl"'In at large. I ,

Mi' I'oinuiUiiloti pxpln Sep4. 194'S. I
THE
ATTACK. -
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1 i BUY MORE WAR BONDSThe ,..,,'

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Buy More Bonds ;
Today 4 '
I .'- )' I
"Right To Work"Amendment l n'rW



"3 DOES NOT I


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I'revent a person joining

Okeechobee County a union. I .

Interfere with! the right I ,'
.
to elrike. ''''Sf1 '

< '; : .
lit '
'" 'JfAla. 'I'
Prevent picketing < ,f' "' ... ., nl(,
tear.4nra' tIfo'

Bank Prohibit collective bargain.ing. 7 .

"The war'storiesI like best Judge are away and fight this war don't want to comeback

the ones by ,the special writers overseas and find that prohibition has been put

r 1 Phone '15 r IT DOESOutlaw who live right with our troops. They give overontbemwhiletheywereaway.ith"us

the "Cloied Shop." I a better idea of how pur men react nationally or locally.They have heard aboutto

I things going on over there and back the attempts being made and they resent

Deposits Insured through Federal Deposit 1 Guarantees employment to I here at h mc." it bitterly." .i,jij, IIKU v,:t ft. '.

Insurance every person, union and nonunion I '\ulh Sam. I never miss one "I with Judge
Corporation alike.Speclflnlly. ajree; you, agree them. even thoughI
I I those stories in the papers or magazines. I don't happen to drink myself. Fttther.I -

OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS : prole eta the Ant;! there's qne thing those writers seem to more I don't think it's fair for us at home

right of empl )e.a to bargain I agree on no matter where they are ,stationed to 'be making aay majorechanges.while:

C. H. McNULTY Pr.ald.nt N. RAT CAXKOU, Vie.-.....'.... | collectively, I with'our meri..and that is that the men 10OOOOOOolourliablingmtnarnway.endYb9

M. T. WHIDDEN. Cashier "IT IS SIMPLEAMERICANISM" "have' .. ,left t.. their- homes and. "families'.1 to' 'go have no chance to cxpiets their\ opinions,'!

E M.'MI..n. I. K. !t.., Ir. J. 0, Parse Alba MarkkMi I. io"- ".V .a1V tVVA a1f blue a'J" I I ,

Vote FOR Amendment Mo- *. 1 n :. faitdlnrtiwawads0sMi1hG.Mara.fAMl.: ,;;;,nw".h.: lot ."
,
> N.v"tw'nv' 7t* .. !
: %> >rtaK'2.l1 )<#tin ? .1'I. ., .
J ''c"4"3: .: ; :.. t'.. .' 1- aL .

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FR1DA\', OCTOBER 20, 1944 THE OKEECHOBEE NEWS ,

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inn finrriT COUHT op THBMM >OTIPK OF FIFCTIOVlo :
REPORT ON GAME During the 19-12 43 ICuon, 349' 31-
: 'II JfDICIAI CIUCLIT OP thfl Sheriff nf Ilkeecliuheo County,

KILLED IS REQVESItl) quail wero reported taken whll.Iqulrrel t'J.OHITI.IS AND FOIl OKEHCI1OBEG nf the Slnta of .'I"rl,111 I I1'e

; COl'MY IN CIHNCElty It Known. \ I. A. rilUY,
were the next tnont'popular | From where I sit... ly Joe Marsh CASE NO 010JOVNVA Si-crntnry, nf Ktnta nt tho Stnt* ofFlorldn

Wlth the opening of the 1911-45 attraction, 193,768 being bagged on I J. I'HESCOTT ) di> hereby glvp n"tc. tbnt 8iiiilAL
Plaintiff) ( : I:
hunting season little lest than ilx tho bnili of rcporti filed' Doves Ii v*. i ) will he hi Id, In I'UI'I' :Count vSmte .

\O.IT'lmsCoTT.. ) of Florldn. on 'J'O""V nextsnecceilliiB
Dutks
woek ranked next with 159379.
off
hunters are requestm! Di-fcndnnt) I lie first Mnnilnv In :No.

I by 1.N.. Kennedy state director of reported slain wero 70,917, while As American as Oil)Ml TO AIrF.XKiin "lhl'r. A II. 101. HIP, snld Tupsilny

: game and frenh water fish to re' the sn'allest number of an*' Kami- I 'To :XOUI srvno IMCDSCOrr or FIOUIDA, Addrp: Unknown helpir 1'I1.no.11: the:: DAY OK NOVCMDEIt

I l>oit the amount of game theY havo taken was gaeie with 881. j Huckleberry Finn .' I l'II1I stnln Hpnnlor from Ih.II *
riorldN. for six *. fm
It Is lierchy ordered thnt sou are I lt P"
I taken In the previous season when The deer population was dini'iiiahod miulriMl lo niiRr| | on the Uth day of .;! : ,

I Applying for thin year'i hunting Ittcnie. to tho extent o( l,2l J and :NoM'iubpr, lilt. licfore the above enlltlnl ..' rnjI'htlD"(H) PrpHldeiitlal',. of the Sixth Hlcci.'1 Cnn.IK
, i
Although thin may be an turkeys saw a Ion of 8,120 The About the best-read books In our lit tolerance become Indifference ngnlnst court to.<'ou the In 1)111 tbe of above compliilutllkil en.Htleil irri>slnnnl District of the MatP' of

the works of Mark never let freedom become nnd thu Okeechoheo New 1..rlo. In the Ilvent"nlllth < "n-
Indefinite coot family contributed liberally to town are uiine. tin-
method, it l II the only I .
I" Inltll
I Twaln-who wrote Tom Sawyer license." Is hereby" dililiiuuil os the newsliin U"'prn"! HtxtP of 'In
entertainment of hunters 30,572 I Flurl'
means the state conimUslon hai for | >r In nblc-n thil order slinll h* For Sppntiirt of Stntp nf t I"

making n game cenaui. being reported as bageod. BrothcrCoon' and Huck Finn and all those From whwe: I sit,that's timely I ulillnlicil oiiru a nuek for four H) u' Klnrldn.

other lovable undying stories. worldI I I1''MSMiiIhe week, T"U".I)' llenernl of the Slntif
Determination of the area whore clan sustained cntunltie of wisdom for a troubled \\T1.NESS. tint Ilonoriible' A. O. 'lulln.

20,891! And I think It'. because he's whether It applies to International K n n nor. n* Judge, of thin Court and fur Coinptrnllpr of the State of I..t.r
tho
tho most (tamo Is taken enables the Seal of tbll Court In Ibo Clt) of 4 I'lnlnr;

eommlmlon to make nmintrt-ments Tn making application for Jiuntlnp I the most American of all our polltlcsor to a man's right IIk"hee." okui-ibolii-o County t'lorhlii liinxnrer .f llu. Ila'I of Flnilli" '

1 1peuri vrlters. He understood his fellow to enjoy a friendly glass of beer this llltli din' of S('|>tciuhcr. 1U44 |.'.r Siiu-rliiteiulpit| | Puhllc InHlruillnn .
for roHtoeklng such sections, thuaMiking licenses, a brief consur form np (Circuit Court SenltK0 nf the State ot Florida

It to the Inter men-ami loreJ them as ho occasionally. I \ tt. UAI'I.UUSON, I Fur ('niiinilsslnner of Afrlculture nf
sportsman's at the bottom of tho applkatlon -
Circuit Court the of Florda.
tlerk
,
loved all humanity. Mlal.
.it to furnish figurei! on thetrMIIOH'I and' upon being filled with I' For tolerunce-re&pcct for the I Ukecchobee County Florida. For T\o (S) Tnntlppi nf the SnprMin*

total i' You remember what he other fellow's rights-Is Impcr* I '1'. W COIIPJr| Cntirt nf I he SlatP nf Florldn/ .
I'HK said may
Kennedy. tiguie* of the hunter's picvlnus Sulkltor for 1'lalntlff 14 4tIlkipi For Oui (1)) I ('omml..I"1r'

I Of the Btnti.' A7 conntu-u. only M'Ri'a hag, Is turned Into the >le said of Tolerance and Freedom tnt not just In the big things, 'I __ __ nf tinStntc 10Iro",1 .
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but In the little human everyday ll'fle I: Fur 41 repoiti-il' on the 104.! 11 xenaon ;, partment Tor compilation Kennly' those principles so basic to our I ..liohfe' Connlv, I lorhU, I TI.trh.t nf thn Hlale nf

rem.in. of life. Mark Twain believed things, too. 13 l!)UNOTRT. Florida.
The situation In the way } I[ September
to 10opnrate
gaini uiiri-i all County Judges !( t'nr One .
Sli
He for 80e ( : IS IIEKEIIY OIVLN that mlur nf the Hnnn, of
In them of fought
Ing 2fl\ counties ro i alns nn unknown with tho Department in course. I iinrmiiint to Si.<.tlon U of ChnptirIv.'mi Iti-presi-ntntlM-s nf the M'all nf

them. But he cautioned: "Never Inn nf Florlln.'I of. 11117: PlorldnTor .
quantity nnd at u result the corn- 1\l'k'nlC kill .n.port* filed on application I | knoun ns the MCKPI1V ACT and In CniinU' 3aIle.

million has no bails on which to loi hunting license for the I 1,111'0'1111'| "f IhnptM'jmrix. I.nni ofI For Ihl'rlrr.
I AX 99 o/o Series CVv)> 'J" 1911, Drcwing h all or ate iiplenlfthnivnt'i. 1914-45 season complete I 1-:1101\111:8: : ( : l'ILIo.mPI": : "' Fnr Ir"o""lItl. -'tnrnoy.rn,,' .
I i I riHICI" ACT. the fnllowlnu desirlliPdhind I ('

DrnhmizeIMHtrilt For Asseiaor nf TnvnsFnr .
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...n.n..n .u. I. ... Tnx Collivtor
in UKi-ernnnei* V.IMUIIV i imlihi .
; --I'Thill I I lii. Inllnuliiu' '"11"1..111\1'111 "f :s,.iH I I ''I' :' ' nlll he offered fnr. snle' nt pulillPuiili For Ciiuntv SiiperlntendPiit of I'ul.
al AdvertisementsNOTICE ,MI, 'I iif A i"tlili. III nl tin I'niiHil ;I. :I..:I -, I" :II.. I.: :I:1, il. ;lot I 'rfnr the highest nnd liest inshI.lil He Inotrnptlnn.Tor .

-- -- __. union, i.r jn stun' ,,f |FI"rlllll. ri'lnlliiii th* collection ear*. custody, iwparwlBtand I suliject to the. rliht of HIP, Trim- I Flip Coiintv ('umml..lolor-
-- I disbursement of all taxe auHatlsilbr I nf* I'und I'm" OIIP Meinlier nf
tinIntirnnl IniiiroM
,, i <>s of "unltI
9f IIICTKMIRJCAS. .Uk OMh) aM p M4HaDtMrteta e...) i iitiirnim ( iiiniH .nml iiiiinli Ipul inn..inMi.nl tb OonatT Tax OaflMt**. I ,ind nf the Hnnrd nf Cnnnnlisloners nf of PnliFlp limlnictliinIn l.nr.1
TN f....lslstMS*. ft MMMM ahall ke *laetT lar Iat ... mill Ih, i'liK-iiri.iitli.il ,.I i iilll'H Filed ta offla teoriury tt ..... 1'" 'iKlnles lirnlnniii- District tn rtjeitin l'i ntlninn.vVhercof. I Imve Inn-
mdC COBStltUtles-i .< It**. .* thl Cent yeen and ttte -enamr bOIl mill tnuiiH. lie mill ( lip HIIIIII ,iull i- JUDe 14. 141 nml nil lilila. nt the ,I'mnthniiHi until .pt m linnd nnd affixed tli"i.iuit
.tes* .! FkrkU. did _. ...... ___ t** Fenteek (4tk| DkMrlM. elae -- ........... .. tt VeWlaV .. .am e VkJaWV t.f BB i W lu-nliy nui'teil In nml lmll In nnlilllitliil PIOOOMll --'...... .. .. _. .rliniliiir iln"f Ot-toher lull Aa tn allIs nt .I.nllnbii. eo. HIP' ( this Ihntneiily .
Ulth
&. .. .. -- .. .. tlate at tke Oemeral Aeettoa at 1 44an4 tn tilliliitnrs nf tinS1.itil '" and rduiv. .sraa<. .... M nf tin nert-i or mnre fifth ihn' nf "APfal. .\
nf Innil
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.. KTM4 tbereafter eeld Beaaton ahall M Injliln ut tindeiiiMiil Hiillm,, '.I I II subjected k* CM aamo ramlatlnaw *** u nf iplrnli, >uni and PII4. I
.* ttKM-flftlu tt JT tb ___ __ elected fe at four law ...... 'III" in one hnlf |
a term teen eovpt I H'l'rt'ol'lIt1l'' ""I'D tn In' h.I M,. In 1IMII.IIIMI provided ky er gMtsres nf nlhnr inlneriils, nllli K. A. OIMViStlilP
10 Mfc MuM; tkM US* MId la MM* of II vmoancy la otflo Him In the tUM of Florl.1*_ (hn-i' rnurlhs I
I .,| nr ri-Ji-itlnn : lit Inter. Hen ,
nf the 11
JolBt BnolUtfeCM Vmk __ File* ta oftlM Beeretan .. ..... | nlh Of TXSTTMOgfTI .......... resi-rted In Triistpi'a Pmrelnrv' nf Mute
'IIIIII .! f \rllikIII for Tn
.. tMpcctlv* JounuU wttk ,.. Jua* .... 14* Him s n "-** ......... .. nil luiirn\iiin-nt| Fund. nnsementa l..n. I. 't. 1.lral.herlrr nf
.. ..,. --- ... ... ... ....... < iillrtllllltlnll nf tinSlllte lit 1" 'Inliiln ....... .... 8fIIDtI .. a.- 1.,1 right nf nnL'llO feet nlde nllln ,- \ .
direct that tbeT nielsolution ...... A JOCJrr KJBBOUmoil Ftognkmi .. In. iimenili-il, *n a. tn reoil n. fntli ISCAU leal .. ... __ .. ..... I reHervpd hi' snld Trustees from --- -- - -
-. M eubmm'd M UM il_ AJMOd Seetloat SI of Article V oI-the .\\ 1 II 'r. .. my pnnel tbrniiuh nhlcb therp Is nnxlstlnit ix THE cntrriT corur OF THE

M BUt* th* Oeittral EMM f. Constitution of &k* Btau ef putldiRelaUag "MI"I Inn .'4. 'I'h.1 I,p liiliitiiro klnillHlllllllHh ... Ire ... .. stnle mini nnd east'ment for !IX'I .JUDICIAL CIMCTIT OP
Nmmbr. IMi.HOW. to ,Jwtle DettrtMa aa.. fmtlee n Illlllullll SMIIIIU" "f IIIIIIIINI 1 A. 0 M44. ,ilrnlnnite\ ami,, n c'Inmmlim. nnd for FI.0110. INND FOK OKTE-

THKRETOIW. 1. B. A. OEAYSwnUir of th Peace. "I I '"IIIIh'II'1I1 ifntnriiiiii'iit. VtUlib Hluilliiillinli I L A. CNUT.ecretsry. i nnd\ |I'"ftltll"'. will lie reserved and .. 10In.. IN C1IANCEKY

M cut* of th* Stt* *f nM., U IT RXBOLVED IT TO LKHaVLATUM | | i rxupt In IIIHI>S u In'reil wf ... fifty |inrcpnt, IHI" nf all oil cn. and ( 009

de htntoy rive notice tlut a OF THX 8TATB OF FLOBIOA: '" ni Hpi'ilnl III'u lire lrll'I'h"l., miiinv uiliiiM-nl rlichli wIll he ren-rvoil bv the WILLIE OAIUHLL. t

CMNIRAk ILICTION That th* following amendment to Be* lii-niiliir IK im\iii-il, | u\' ihi. ., Kniird of Cnuinilssloners of EerglndeaUruliniKo
I'lalntt
will W held fas **ch eounty: Ma rwwa lie InrniiHlNieiil.iinnllli NOTICE District. .
tloa U ef Article V of the OoaaUM' '-iilHliiliiiiHim' mil} va
Tuesday Mxt *uccMdlii, the fin MOB of tae State of Florida b* and Votlci* Is horphi ,1\oti thnt I'hI' I'InCnn'icll IOIS I.YMOV OARTELL. )
I oft4a7 to. November. ... D. 1M4, IBM th* *am* I* hereby agreed to and the 'Plliil, In nfilnMI'ri-lury nf Stnti", of the Cltv. of OlceeoholipKP l>e.irlpflnn ... T" p. Itge A. )

MId Tuesday belnjIVINTH the am* ball k* submitted lo tb* qual.Ifled .I inn 10. 1UI1 orlila. will mppt In tho CoiinillClimnhpr Lot 0, Blk 23 OHDEB Oofeolsnl_
DAY OF NOVIMBMa electore at the general *i ** the ntlflcstlos. *r selection o< MM
1M4 for ratuioatioa or njwtioa: October 0, 1044 for the purpose ofrmlinliiit Tn IOIS IAVON
MId Joint Resolutions proposing *mnawnU > \ .HUM 1I1'"III.I''I'I'X i iiiinsinir| OAKTBLL. Rt. 1.
"BecMon. There eaall be men coMMis! ioFitsOK
not Si'illiHi, 1> Si linn MX iiml | Georgia.
.
to th Constitution MM Ann-nil i
** tk* Wuhloltol.
tbaa five Justice District la eael K\Hl.AI: ( D It AIX.E
I'nllHIItllll,," "IIII Tsx Assi'sumciit Hull for the of };
of ricrld*. rla: .t _\ \\lll nf III! jenr hvrehv ordered tbat yon Ire
there be elected
and aaali oni
county Xtlle i>( H'Mlilil Ki-liltliu tn tht. l'M4 na pri'imroil, b)' the CIU In '.W( niSlUICTTHtsiriS requlrpd to on the nib day of
A JOINT EBOLCTIOM Pro oeUt.I Justice of the Peace for each Justin : OK THE INTEUNI nllear
Aiinlllll'il'
fe who ahall bold office for Iou "I',rill nf Illllii nf ri-rxnns |\ | ,\.or. forI' the above en
Amendment ol Btotloa 1 of Ar District, III l.lu- : IMI'ltOVEMENT: FUND:; lovemher.
hlnti'il' 'in hill \llilllli .\NY: Hinl Al.I. I'LUSONS:; hsvlnir
I any
taw n ol tb Coiutuuuoa of Plartdi veers. Bilstlng Justice District* art t'liimlltllllon. OK THE STATE OK to the hill of complaintfiled
Relating to Taxattom.M hereby recognised. but tke Legtalavtun ,ii lllllii-H I Ilill-r' ""111 SIA1K\ lit'> olijpctlon* to the \nlimtlon placed on IDA 'LOII'I against you In tbe above en.

IT MSOLVKD: BT THB LKIl1ATURE may by special Act, from time at All' IIK: (I\> TUB tht'lr property hv tbe Cltv lax A*. Bv HOY II. UAUt.EKSON titled cause anil the Okeechohee New*

Of THX STAn: Or PLOaffiA: time change the boundaries of an]'. I IIIIVriim HIP fnllnwlnit niiH'iHlnii,tn t" 1'1"- eossur ni shown by the A.spssnipntItnil for '1'rll.leo. of tbe Internal 1m. Is lierehy desl-znated a* the newspaper
sucb District BOW o* hereafter estebllshed. nre hi'ri.inntlflpi| to file their for Bnardnf In which thi* order khall h*
That to* oUowlnt ammdment UUon > ... II mill Nrllnn 7 ot Article\ XMIIif ,liruionieiit Fund nnd '
1 ol Article li ol UM OoutltuUccol Ian and such may Dutnet eatabliab now new or or hereafter aboi' i "tin ('iilmlllllllnll nf Hie I Mllti nlllnililn objection with the City\. Clerk or to ('''IIII11IMMlollI'ra of EterglndtaDrnlnntfe published once a uvek for four ((4)

nortda relating to taiatlon be anctb any exlstmPrTldd koveveitbat : IIP. mnl. tin* mum' IH h'r'hy.1Il1"1I niii>nr In |M>rm>n In lAnHIP City 'I Dlstrlit Okeeehobe* I ,cniisecutlv' week

aama to nertby agreed to and aaalb any euca ohanges shall b* eubmltted | tn nml Hie munislinll lie milliillliil ('.Hindi nt sulil iniH-iliiK on Hitufiirp iiuuty Florida _. WIXEKS. thp Honorable.. ,. 0I .
submitted to tn* tleotora at tteBtau to th* people of any county xaffectec ) tn 'the nunlltliil i-l<>ilnrs nr tin* mi hi date. -- Jimee ot 'inm court nnntlie
of Florida for tllictton r* by referendum at tile ae*. HtHle nf I Inililu fnr ratlfhniliin or reiitlnii S. K. KnlfKiildprPresliluit NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOB Sen I of this Court In the I'Itv of
lection at the nan General ...... nsulng general (lectionPUsd | nt I hinext niBiiliiiI tiMiernli City Council TAX 1>*:FI) Okeecbohpp. Ok..hohl County .'Ior.

to be held ta 184t. M follow: in offio ecntary tt .*.... *' 'linn Ihnl IH to *'nr : Thn'I 1 S SMtlom 1. The Lectelatui ..... Juno U 14* 'H mil, 7 nl" .VrtlilH \\ III\ \ "nf I In* <'nHlliiulnii Cltj ClerkOketiliuliee Notice: I I. hereby, given that lametI'urruiice. (Circuit Court Seal)
me for uniform and eaual rat ., n( the Stnle 1 nf Flnrlilu l liiiiiiniliil ho Florida holder of Tax Certificate HOY R. RAULERSOX, ,

taxation *xc p, that It may provldi A JOOT mjasottmon ProIIaIIM In reiul us tnllnwjsiiHuii : .- .- ----- Nni. 40. Issued the Ttb day of July, 1 lerk Circuit Cnurt.Okeechohee .
for special rat* or rateD on munglbli Amendment to Article T of the CoD. n TI I he linn nf iifflu fnr NOfllK Ot INTtNTION TO ELL I A. I). IOU and 64. Issued the 1st day i County Uorlda
Munni-lis III nnif \
property, but sucn special rat or raM stltutlon of Florida by adding .-010 ill iiiiiinliiti-iii. I. 'fIIl. ',, !.%> !> of Julv A U. 1142 ha* tiled same tn.niv JrSullcltor .
nnilir IhiH n. 1. W. Cnnely,
shall not eac.ed two oilUi on U>* dollar In ilii-tlM iilflii for .
i aa Additional Section Ralatuif to the pxlPinl nnlv in IhiII, mliipMlav ViVTKK I 111: IIEBV C.IVEN: ; bus msde application for Plaintiff 14 4t
of th* aueu d valuation of auellutanglbl Bwtloa of Btat* Attorneys. Judge* oCriminal : ,linllnii Klinll first Mnmli" III Pursuant tn Xeitlnn 11: ill (' n or.e ,! tn he Issued thereon. Said
the
propertT; Pro.ldedb that m. Court* of Record and CountSolicitor \ nfhr thi .H-iHnii ,inn,1 'ilif.M. l.nns of Fliirldn Aits of Certificate embraces tbe following descrlliod -
lifter >
martage .
Imniiirinxt thnt'l
to any obligation (except the Judge and Boiloltor tinil Sertlnn (17 Chanter 11717 In the County nf
(' deed of tnut or ether lien, Uegulatur <. of tb* Court of Record of a*= '"inllllintlnn 7. nf In n nil miiiensiirSIM nines .nr pli-illm. ..f Flnrlilnols' of I'm! na vrnpprlv 1 Stnt* of Florida, to.wit : Subscribe for The News
latanlbls "Him IIk'c'hol'I.
an
;> tax *of may not prescribe more than two (2) eambla County), and Providing of for OfficePrior fillIng fill uiimnlis In nftlie suih ..h" <''' ,Spetlnn 11, C'hntitPf aoffiM. lav, I.nls 3. 4, 11 and 14 Sec. -7, Twp.
ta such
VaeancM
any nrt nf II"nnexiilriMl K'orldn Art nf V ltl. nml nlao r"ir. 33 80 acresl.nt .
mills on tb* dollar, which shall be the Pint Tuesday after U.e .Inn ulinll IIP fnr thnt l> 83, Uge
to .
payable at the time such Baortgaci. Pint Monday in January. 1840 by Appolntmcct tprin cninnii-ni In* nn the mmnt tn Secflnn 4.' ('I r"rnH:072.2: 3(1( 1 M-c. U, 'wP. M: Kgf. 33'M .
deed of truit. or other llsn I* nr*. by the Governor and Ocaflrmatlon first iiPHiInv nftpr the Unit Mninlii.; j of Klnrldn, AoH, acre*.
aented for recordatlon aald tax to bIn < by the Senate.Bl In .Imnnirv next nfti-r sm'h ilullmiIn I iimpinleil hv iwtlon 111 Chanter 220711fn \ Thtt nmeiisnictit nf *ald property
lieu of all other Intangible asssasment LBCHSLATURB ..fllu Siiiitnf "' s of rinrliln tds of Itm aniletlnn 'iinder snld Ci-rtlflcnrp Issued wus
BT THI
on such obligations Tn spcla IT OF RESOLVBO TUB STATB OF FLORIDA: '-i ">": 41. ("hlll'tpr|' M7J2. Inns olru.rldn. thp name of E. U. Weaver and Un. ELECTRICAL
-- -
rat or rates, or tne taxes collecMctherefrom i .\tpt* nf 11(1 ns ninpiiileit hv known. WORK
Tbat Article V of tb* Constitution otb A jonrr RESOLUTION: rtopewiBt 10
tai I 31" .'.'(171 lane nl h re-
ma; b* apportioned by b < tlnn Chnptpr snhl Certificate slial) *
Stat of Florida amended by: Amend Section S, Artlel Tin ot Oil I
1'111.
Legislature. and shall be excluslre of adding thereto an additional sectloito Constitution of 'be Btat of Florid Inililn Aetn of 1'MI HIP fnllnwlnsrtenprlhpil ncpordlng to law, property d..

all other State, County, District 'Dd b* known a* Section 4T of said Artlcl relating ta County Commissioner Inmla. In Okooi'liolice County,. .Ileln,1" "-, therein' ehnll he sold to the P. P. EVANS
municipal taxes; and shall preacrlbsucb < *. relating to th* election of Stab B. IT RBOLVXD BT THB LBQISLA I rliln tn vlfTots \ : hlk'hiHt hlddtr nt the Courthouse door
shall secure a Jus 7 S nml I ft. Dlk nf month of
regulation a real Attorneys, Judge of Criminal Court TUBS Or THB STATB OP FLORIDA:: i 210 ntv .n tin' flrnt Momlny In the
valuation of all property, both of Record and County Solicitors (except Tbat Section .. ot Article vni olth okepi'hnbpe SUI.mlcer. 1141.hh'h is the Ulb diijr

and personal excepting such for propertyM rauniclpal the Judge and Solicitor of tile Constitution of th* State of Florid t nts 1 to fl Inp. II\k\ 121: ntv nf ..\ii\unlipr.: 114. HOUSE WIRING
b* exempted by law of Escambla County) 1041UOY .
may Court of Record *, relating to County Commissioner. OkppfhorippTnts Dnled llils > of O'loh@r.
scientific
education, literary, and th* same la hereby agreed to and b* and th sm I* hereby amended 11 nml 1(1( nik ill. City of K. ItAULEUSON.Clerk '
f'.igloui or charitable purpose* shall be submitted to tb* electors of; and a* amended I* agreed to and hall OkeiMhnheeS Circuit Court nfOkteihohie '

Approved by tb* Governor Kay M. tb* Stat of Florida for ratification 01 b* submitted to the lectori of the: :22i! ft nf Lnt 1 nnd 2. B'k. County Florida i ii

114J. rejection at th* General Election tb > But of Florida at th* feneral aI.*. 1(11( City nf Okpoohohp* i _- -
lied in O"lo* Secretary of BUtiMvy held on th* first Tuesday after thi tlon of Representatives to be held In .
-
tots 2 and 3. Blk 11. WrightsFirst ----
20 1841. first Monday la November 1844. a* lol 1M4 for approval or rejection. Thai Addition

low. Section I, of Artlel Vllt a* amended ,
JOINT RESOLUTION: Proposlnj I "Section fl Btat Attorney Judgeiof hall read a* follow*: 1 Lots 2. B anil (I. Blk \Vrght'i!

an Amendment to Article T, Section 1. the Criminal Court of Record ant "Section 9. Thn* sbsD b* on* i'pnnl Addition
01 th* Constitution of tb* Stat o( County Solicitors except the Judgi I County CommlMloncr in **eh of th* \\VVt nf "' KV4.: SPC 14 Twp. SI.Rfre. .

Florida, Relative to Censu* and Apportionment and Solicitor of th* Court of Record five County Commissioner district* S3 Now Open Year Around
by Amending Section 9 of Escambla County) shall hereaftei in **ch county, which district shall Tot 11 Blk. 1. Itnllrnnd Addition
of said Article so u to Designate Oeeeola be elected by th* qualified electonof b* numbered on* to five Inclusive. and Int 12 Blk. 1. Ilnllrnnd Addltlnn

and Olceecbobe* Counties u a thetr respective Stat Judicial and County circuit* of.flclals 01counties I shall b* a* nearly a* possible equal << 20 ft of Int 1, Blk. 207. City of
other *
Broward as The
In to population.
Senatorial District. Deslgnat i proportion nkppchohee

OeuutT a* a Senatorial District andDe.lgn.te "Tb are flnl elected election of Btat Attorney Board of County Commissioners In the Int 1 tn 9 tup.. 7. 0. 11 nnd 12
and Gulf Counties eountle shall from time
Calboun respective *
District *, Judge of Criminal Court ol to time fit tb* boundarle* of such district Blk. 21 South OkeerhnhceMl
a*BB a Senatorial IT ENACTED BY THX LBOI3LATURJC Record and County Solicitor flX ep'the *, Bald County Commissioners ll'nik IK. \Cltv nf OkPi-phnliP Riveria Hotel

OF TUB STATE OP FLO1UBAlliat Judge and Solicitor of th* Court shall b* elected by th* qualified elect Ho ir 11120 ft E of n line of Block
Sect of Record of Bicambla County ahal! 111) liplnir nt rt nnglea fln.l UK
tb* following amendment to or* of aald eounty at th* tlm and
: b* held at the General Election In 194. N nf N line of N Park st.
on 1 of Article T of the Constitution plae* of voting for other eounty officer ft
01 the Stat of Florida relative to ceukas to take office the first Tuesday after *, and *hall bold office for four run flerlv nnd, (inrnllpl tn E GEM OF FLORIDA'S EAST
and apportionment designating th* first Monday In January. 1848 year*. Provided that th* County Commissioners Bdrv line nf Illk. ls| 71) ft therp- COAT

'. "i-ceol and Okeechobe* Counties asto for" a term of tour year of*office of elected from tb* even numbered from on n dlstnnop nf 2J1 fl ft
tblrty-ulutu U8i Senatorial District 1'11. term or tenure hereafter appointedto anyone districts in 1M4 aball serve for thence B ot S of Mh St 59 ft
Broward County a* th* fortieth heretofore or two year those elected m 1M4 from toV ahnre of Tn\lnr Creek
((40) Senatorial District and Calboun any of th* office herein mentions the odd'numbered district ehall serve ahnre ntCrppk Announces
S\\h nlnngV
txtended Ani thence
and Gulf Counties as tb* forty-first shall not b* hereby. for four yesn, and thereafter th* ft
(41i Senatorial District, b* and tb* vacancy In any of such office* prloito term* ehall b* for four veers; Pro 221 ft. thpiipp W 55
same u hereby agreed to and ahall b* said first Tuesday after the first Tided that Section n of Article vm Sec 13. Twp. 37 Rge 35Beff
submitted to th* electors of Florida Monday 1 In January. 1148, shall be filled of this Constitution shall not b* affected at pt vthere North St. Unaof
for ratification or rejection at tb* Oen. ky appointment by th* Oovtrnor and hereby" N. I'ark St. eitended Inter-
the fustruesday confirmation Mis Senate a* hertofore *- at State W line of Block IISextenila CABANA CLUB
oral Election to b* held on ety butIn Filed in offte Secretary sifts the NEW
after tb* first Monday in I th* Constitution than until May XI. 1H1A S. run Xerly 12600 ft.

November, 1844 a* follow*. no ease for any after longer the first Monday thence B SI: ft. ta W shore ot

"Section 4. The Legislature that. the first In January Tuesday 1848'Any JOINT RESOLUTION Proposing anAmendment I Tajlor Creek thenr* Serly! along OPEN NIGHTLY
shall meet in regular session. A DItioi. provision of the Constitution to Article VIII of che Constitution i Creek 113 ft. to N. Park St.

and those that shall meet every In contact herewith I* hereby repealed of th* Btat of Florida Relative thence \V !K32 ft, Sec. 13 Twp
shall apportion
ten year* thereafter to Assessment of Property for
: lige. S3
:17.
shall the representation provide (or forty-one in the Senate(41) Senatorial and ; Filed tn office Secretary of Btau Taxe Adding* and Thereto tbe Collection Additional of SectiOIl.0 Taxes. by \\ ill he offered fnr sale nt pulillc tnshil SWIMMING POOL and TENNIS COURT

Districts sucn District to be May II 184S mien' for the hlglu-st uinl, hi-st
Provide that m tn* County of Hills- lloiirdi '
as nearly equal In population as prsctlcabl ., aulijpit to the rlitht nf tbe
A JOINT RESOLUTION Proposing an borough, Btat of Florida, the County K\erulad-H Innlii.icr .
divided nf
b .
but County shall Ci .nmlsiitniiera
no
Amendment to Section 11 of the Dec. Tax Assessor Shall Asses* th* Property ot t'i miljCniiMiiibhlniieri '
In making sucb .,portlonm.nl.and D'airlit. n 'il/ur Hnnnl "
of the County for th* Purpos* of LevyIng -
the
of Right In Constitution
laratlon '
acb District shall bav ODD Senator 1 of Okuei'holiei* 'i untv Entertainment
I State, County, School and Municipal Music
of th Bute of Florida. Relating toDouble -
Fiovlded tbat Oeceola and Okeeehob unil all Uil*. nt
Jeopardy, aelf-Incrlmlnstion Taxes Levied by the State, County I I'lnrili: m ic"i any I II
** Counties, Florida shall eon < i imitimiise. iniilnninir at 10'oil ,
Due Process of Law and th* Taklniof Count* School Board School District* I "
stituts the Thirty-ninth <38thi Senatorial Prlvat Property Without Just Compensation Special Tax School District and Municipalities o'rlook A. M on the 10th diiv of Oct.
Florida I
District Broward County (40th) by Providing th* Right ol of the County ober 1044 Enaiuient for drainage and Recreation
shall constitute the Fortieth BB IT RESOLVED BY THB LEQISLATURB nml mini will he
and Persons to work Shell Not Be Denied I '1 irlminnlon purpnsns'
Senatorial District and shall Calboun constl.tut ., or Abridged on Account of Member- OF THB STAT OF FLORIDA. I "reserved and fifty percent (S04); ot all
Florida,
Gulf CoUll tl. Tbat the following Amendment to Article nlll also
Senatorial ihlp or Non-Membership In any m> gnu nnd 1111ucnil ilifhta
t.a.J:
th* Forty-first (41sti same tun*. th* Union, or Labor Organisation: VIII of th* Constitution of tb* I l he reserved. .
District, and. at th*
tb* Providing that the Right of Bra- State of Florida relative to tbe Assessment BtUltD OK '
Leglslatur shall in also the House apportion of Representative plo,_ Collectively Bargain Shall and Collection of all taxe* In I DP KVPIUiLAUiS: lmn lNAliRUlSTHltT TRANSPORTATION SERVICE
representation Be Preserved. the County of Hllliborough. Stat of
(3)
Representatives*, and to(ball each allow of three the five BB IT RESOIVED: BT TJT8 LEGISLATURE Florida, by adding thereto additional I nndBOVHD FOR GUESTS

meet populous counties, and two (itKepreseutatlvea OF THI BTAT1 OF FLORIDA I: .section to be known* Section 11 and OP COrXTT:; <*OM.MISMIINKU .
to each ef th* D'U That th* following amendment to the: Section 12 be and the same Is hereby : ** OK OKEIfllOBHI3 STATION WAGON WILL MEET YOUR TRAIN AND MAl!
agreed to and shall be submitted to the I
counties and Constitution of the Stat of Florid. '
Ighteen more populous : COI 'I't"1.01lIIJA..
Elector of th Btat of Florida for
of the 19 of th Declaration of *
Rights
on (1) Representative to each Section the Ky HOY H HAL'LEUSOX.I'lirk : I
at
ratification or rejection general
remaining count! of th* Stat attn Df said Constitution be and the same of the Circuit Court olnkeechnhee THE WORLD'S FAMOUS BEACH
Election to b* held on the first Tue*. TRIPS TO
ahallb
tun of such apportionmentShould II I hereby agreed to. and to* earns County. Florida,
after the first Monday Novamber -
tb* Legislature fall to apportion submitted to the qualified elect- day I
snld Board
1044, a* follow-: us nireiit for
the representation in tb* Senate ore of 'b. State of Florida for ratification
the Hous of Representative. or rejection at tbe next ensulns Section 11. 1. From and after January By Sophronla Pease,
aad In
at any regular session of the Legislature General Election that I* to say. that 1. 144 the County Tai Asseewx Deputy. Clerk BOAT AND MOTOR FOR FISHING
destcnaud. In tb* County of Hlllsborough BUM -- -- -
at any of th* time* herein Section 11 of the Declaration of Rights -
u shall b* tb* duty of th* of th* Constitution of the State ol of Florida, shall asses* all property (or "OTl'F \PPJ.U'\TIO" IGR PLEASURE
AND
Legislature or LegKlaturea succeeding Florida b* amended so as la read asfollows1 all State. County. School and Municipal T\\ IIEEP .
regular eessloa of tb* Legislature.MMT taxes to b* 'levied In th* County I.awe of 11/.15

*oca In Special or Regular cession. to "Section II, Mo pereon shall b* eublect by th* Stat*, County, County School Notice I I. herphy given thnt VZelmenovlts .
apportion representation In tb* to be twice put In Jeopardy far Board School Districts Special Tal \ and Etta Zelmenovltx bl*

-..aw and U the House ef Repreimuvea. the earn offense nor compelled la any School District and Municipalities. wife, md C E Urawdy and Selma V\rlt for Dl'.crlptve LIraiat and Sanaeer KAM
2. Th* Legislature ahall st tbe Leftslatlv -
_. ae harsln provided. Th c.llDlnal.e... to be a witness against Urawdy his wife. bolder of Tix Certlflcat -
,
... "lular b of life, llb- Session la 164J and from time to
h4.ral himself nor deprived
__In, recuJ. No. '.''fUO: Issued the 7th day of
tlm thereafter enact law pclfylngth
..talch..er lib all 'ha.. art,. or property without due process *
..... OtDD\II. lonn
A. l>. 1HK1. hAt filed *nm*
functions, dutle* and compensation August
.... __. aear"l &A, epportlODlDtDt Df I.". nor shall prlvat* property be powsn for .
of County Tai Assessor, dec olfleu IIIIK innile application
and .
BMpresentAUve* in the Senate take*) without Just compensation. Thi
OIl as Mke MOUM of Bepreseatotlvee. shall right of person to work shall not k* Ignattd In paragraph 1 of this Section n Tax Pwd In he Imned ibereon. Said
ematrel ta making such apportion- d.nl.d or abridged OB aeeount of 11I_. II. and ahall likswlse. provide by law Cprilflcate i-inbriii-es thn following deseilheil Riveria HotelBo
_.. IB Uu event th* Legislature berth Ip non-membership, la aay lor the extension on the sissssmeni I |>ri.iertv In the County of
-.U tail *. reapforUoei tke reprataflam labor union. or labor organlaatloa: roll of tb* County Tai Assmor of 111p'Ihpp., Mtnto of .HorldH In,wit :
fta IBM Leaulature a* required bf provided that this elaus* shall all taxes levied by tb* Stat*. County I Lot 1 and 2, Block 1, Great
.* inamilmint kefor* tte axljouraWB construed to dray or abrtdia the oJJ County School Board. School Districts I.ake* Subdivision.'Ih 747 DAYTONA BEACH FLORIDA
eaM *ue* exttaordlnary eeeslonaB4 if employee* by and through a labor Special. Tai School DtotfWU and M.- nmi'ssuifiit nf snld property ,

.. tar ,.poorUoosoB shall .ete n-ctnluttoo. or labor union to bargala"oilectlvelv Dlelpalitle. M.i, ..ltl| | oiririint** Issued TIHI In
HMted e...r. at tke end ef rwce amployn Section 11 1. From aad after Ja**.- the name of Unknown.Inl'ss .
__ .*,. at all until reapk Filed to : Secretary of HUM ary I..IHI. The County Tax Collector -aid 1 1 Certlflisl shall b* re- -
..... aad ehall eon. la tbe County ot BllUborauga. State tt
**. 8ft. May ..a.- 1841 In Isw nsirllii.l .
tloenn property
Hiiordlnit <
S; M Mhtness) other than tuck Florida, shall collect all tax* ln4 faUM thhlchist
h sold to
therein slinll Notice
-1).* th* Btat* Oovaer.Donnty .
; ... esaeaeiment k* ratified A JOINT RBBOt.rrnOH! Proposing *a :'ooIb Board, School DtsejBpeelal lihliler lit (he Courthouse door
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... _I Msosiesi la 144 epeelal amendment to Saottea 14 of Article: Tai Settees Dlewlet* et4aielpelltl .... "11th" llmt MiniilHy' In Ih* month n' Several Hotel Positions Open Write !1I
___i kA ke mll4 wltlila alnetyi rn of t a. Constitution of th* StaMrf ** November, 1944 which I* tb* 8tb diy

i ekersaflsr far tke eleeUna of Sea* Florid* Relating to Uniform Oraatl a. The Legislature saU u MM I**). .if .NoM-niher, 1044.Datnl .
k* ke IWnyHtlataak JBth). -Munleieel Government and the: tolauve Sl**> ef IMA astd (Ma* __ this (Bin dsy of October at... I '

< ), ea4 nwlfirtkn. of Cities and Town.. In mm a. Hissisftii. saui*.ls.*.enuatsIntrtli .. "' _' tlhVvU..! UAl'l.ERSO.N.!: '
J ,fM1ar..a ".. f>JOBaOt>M afjTLATTTRB .. vower*, fMBettMe*.. > as4rx Clerk: Circuit Court ofOkpei

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