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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: November 3, 1944
Publication Date: -1992
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Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 82, no. 91 (Sept. 13, 1992).
General Note: "The voice of the Everglades."
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 6, no. 24 (Jan. 8, 1926).
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News of Our Boys: STIMSON DENIES-DEWEY'S CHARGE I:'I Governor Pinchot IIEUT. IIAUIEIISON TO PILOT FORTRESS Senator-.. 'Claude, Pepper and -Dwight.



In Various Camps .on Secretary recently of described War Henry as "absolute L, Stim- i Warns the Voters Gulfport Army Air Field, Gulf L. Rogers Spoke to Large'Crowd In


l ly' untrue" the assumption-as expressed port, Miss Oct. 28. (Special to
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At Home & AbroadMajor I by Republican Presidential About Big Money Okeechobee NewI)-'Second Lieutenant -I Interest of Democrats This Morning

nominee Thomas E. Dewey in campaign
I Connie W Raulerson, a son of -
speeches-that partial de
Charles L. Raulerson, who mobilization of the Army after Ger Gifford Pinchot, Republican and !Mrs C. C. McCain OkesclTobet Fla, liver deliberate falsehoods In hit United States Senator Claude
II stationed at Camp Murphy Hobe' I I has reported at this Third Air
twice of Penn.ylvanla.warned ,
many's defeat would be delayed "to governor campaign for the passage of the Pepper andDwlght L. Rogers Democratic
Sound, wan a visitor spending Mon voters recently that the men Force bomber base for an intensive
ease the job situation" I I amendment. nominee for Congress from
day afternoon and night in Okee who oppose President Roosevelt are training course as a pilot on a B-
I
chobee visiting relatives and attend According to The Philadelphia' those "who want and always have 17 Flying Fortress Fackler referred to Watson's published this district, both made speeches

Ing to buslncsH Major Raulerson Record, Mr. Stlmson told a news wanted control of Government by Selected for this Important assignment I I statement that "if any member : here this morning at 11 o'clock on
conference that the speed of Army fails to the $1 assessment
be transferred from after stringent examinations pay
expects to Big Money. behalf of the Democratic party,
Camp Murphy the last of this month demobilization will be governed Cites Huge COP Fund Lt. Raulerson will be a memo ,: called for by the A. F. of L. for use
Mr. and
Rogers spoke first
solely by two factors: (1) The extent I was
ii ber of a ten-man crew who will live | In fighting the passage of the
due to the fact that thus camp Pinchot charged that the men who
I of forces needed to beat Japan I ; followed by Senator Pepper who
being abandoned Major Raulerson I oppose Roosevelt and support Dew and work together under simulated (amendment ht can be deprived of
quickly and, (2) available shipping battle conditions. Upon completionof 1"his job under the closed shop union spoke about one hour.
sent to :Mary
lays he expects to be ey "are putting up the most enormous
land Except for those factors he said, campaign fund in the history training, the crew will be ready regulations, because he would cease I II Senator Pepper told of how the

the Army plans to discharge soldiers of politics In America. for duty on the fighting fronts- I to be a union member in good stand Republicans fooled the people In the
possible Hu I' i campaign of 1920 and elected Hard
at quickly as of these have been' for He became a member of the arm Ing. ,
A telegram was received the first emphasized that "no economic or political "Many the effective men enemies of ed fortes at Miami Beach In February -I The American Federation of Labor ing president and then foiled all at

.f the week from the War Department factors enter Into that plan- years very 1942.Fackler. has no authority to place an tempts in making a durable peace
I justice to labor and the farmer, the
announcing that Sergeant Al ning" assessment on any member of the and how the League of Nations was
I the worker and the small ---V
beet Berka, Jr., had been slightlv -.__-\t miner I| Typographical Union, Fackler said, defeated.
businessman, he said
wounded while fighting in France I,I Tom and the question of contribution to During his speech he called attention

No further details were given in the Miss McCarthy Is 'Do you suppose they are raising Says this fund is solely a matter of individual I of his listeners to the "good

message. Sergeant Berka entered that huge fund because they believe : decision for each old days" of Hoover prosperity when

and Ilhat I if they elect their man the Watson StatementIs I I farm products cattle and hogs,
the army about two yearn ago of Seniors i "In my own union,
member'l
which
lOne rights of the plain people
was stationed at several training I I tinued, "any assessment I brought nothing, and how the com
will
thehiivu fought so bitterly
camps In the United States before' FalsehoodDelray made by majority vote of the mem- mon, man suffered during those

being lent across. He evidently was i Honored At SchoolTallahassee protected and Increased? Think a I bers, only. No Individual, boss days and compared the present day
These not in the
it over! men are
not seriously wounded at the telegram I agent or other organization has any prosperity with the hunger and

stated that he was "slighth: i habit of putting up their money" uni Beach, Nov. 1.-Robert D. I authority in this regard whatsoever want that was brought on duringthe

woundad. His many friends here Oct. 28. "What have i i lost they expect to get it back. Fackler secretary of the Florida I Our union it strictly democratic and twelve years of Republican rule
Putt Nation Before Party
hop. for him a speedy recovery and you got when you've got an education -: Typographical Conference branded Its rules and laws are decided upon After the speaking the party was
said he is campaigningfor
return to active duty with the ? And what can you do with Pinchot certain statements of Attorney General by vote of the members themselves carried to the Bill Hendry place on
Roosevelt because "my countryCOIr.
fighting forcer it after jou've got it?" Tom Watson regarding the 6th I In open free and uncontrolled elec Parrott Avenue where they were
because
and
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before party"
These were the questions asked my or labor amendment as false served with fresh fish, corn bread,
ht wants "what every decent tione"V
and answered in Dean Emeritus William Fackler charged Watson with us swamp cabbage, sweet potatoes and
Okeechobee N'ewi Is In
The rc'l American wants-to win the war
G, Dodd's address at the traditional ing the prestige of his office to de- BUY MORE WAR BONDS coffee. '
of card from Cpl.
ceipt a and to win permanent prosperity
of Inveeture at
ceremony
Greenbergcr In which he says to and permanent peace. ----
Florida State College for Women
change the address of his paper I I Without Rooievelt he said there .
t '
last Tuesday night, when the 299\ -
from Fort Ord, Cal., and send it In would now be no victory in sight ,
members of the clan of 1945 were ,
care of the postmaster, San FranCisco I for there would have been no repeal -
invested by President Doak S.
Cal. This means that Teddy Campbell with the privilege of of the arms embargo, no lend-

has already been shipped overseas lease, peacetime conscription no i
wearing tho academic cap and no iI I ,
to some place in the Pacific. After gown, and thus officially became building of 100,000 planes a year I

entering the army he was sent to seniors. and no tremendous Industrial ex

Fort Riley Kansas, for training to meet the needs of national '
pansion
far
"This college Is unique so TUESDAY
with the cavalry. He was later
defense.Roosevelt
as I know, in having an annual ceremony
transferred to Fort Ord, Cal, fromwhere "looked ahead and acted -
said Dr. Dodd,
of this kind,
he was sent overseas. who recalled that the formal service In spite of short-sighted

*Ii t"I! *)',..jHfrfcssUab: .d':& ? j la sew VuonL': 2} yuari old aM has ance, ridicule and abuse," 'be' NOV.

Sergeant Rennls Padgett arrived Indeed attained the rank of a tra "If ht hadn't, 'wVerrVouiu' reSllt.\\ 7"I '

In Okeechobee Saturday afternoonand dition. lea be today!" I

Is spending fifteen days here Experience Needed
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The campus of Florida 'State; College
:Mrs B,
with his parents, Mr and The problems America must
took on a little of tho atmosphere
K. Padgett and family.- Sergeant of old Oxford Wednesday, in the post-war era require a leader i I
Padgett II now stationed at Fresno, I Roosevelt stature, he con- '
of the
California. when seniors wore caps and gowns I 'I Take time out from business
to classes as a symbol of their new tin ued your ,

dignity. This custom was added to "Roosevelt has long experience in I '

OKeuchobee Captain Virgil yesterday Link afternoon arrived In to the tradition last year; In other re'l dealing with other nations.Roosevelt His opponent is- labor or pleasure and go to the pollson

cent only formal occasions has none I
years very
spend a few days here with hi* par the seniors in academic regalia known and respected around the

entJ, Mr. and Mrs. A L. Link. Cupt I saw. world as a great and successful that date to vote. ;

Link is stationed with the army at
The 299 seniors, each accompanied leader and statesman HU opponent i
been :
Little Rock, Ark. He has .I
by her white clad sophomore sister, Is not. Roosevelt knows Churchilland

and pending will leavt his furlough here :Sunday at Bradcnton morning I entered, Westcott auditorium Tuesday Stalin and understands Roosevelthas them. In voting on that date, compare your \

night to the strains of "Hail to His opponent does not.
to return there for a few days before the Cape and Gowns," played on the proved he can work with them.
with what it from
returning to camp prosperity was :
-V organ by Mrs Ran ona Beard, college Ills opponent has not.

organist, and passed in procession "What It all adds up to Is this:
I
DEWEVS RECORD OV ER'ICEIES! I across the stage to have the Dewey will not do." 1929 to 1933 when this nation experi-- :

I academic caps placed on their heads Peace at Stake

Dewey doesn't wait for the boys by President Campbell. The choice of a President In this enced the most chaotic period in its I

Minna Lee McCarthy, of Okeecho- election, said Pinchot, will deter .
ha fires
fire then1\-
to com home to I
bee the seniors Invested mine "whether the peace that Is
was among
them while they are still ovur there. Under the adminis-
Tuesday/ night. yet to be made will blow up in tho history. present
Example: _
tf faces of our children as the last
Brigadier General Thomas F, Far' Mr, and Yrs. Neal Padgett, and
peace has blown up in your face tration the United States is more
Stil-
roll now serving with General Mr. and Mrs. H C. Wise of Wild
mint"Peact
and
well In China. wood, and Mrs W W. Echols of
end to
than an
1. He was one of six civilians to I Jacksonville, were visitors spending I fighting.means Upon more the kind of peace prosperous than at any time in its

past the historically difficult examinations the past week end here with Mr. that It established, ht said will depend I

for the Regular Army I and Ms. B. K Padgett and family. and safety of
the prosperity
Engineer Corps before World War history. i iI
the people of the United States and
I and was con-miisioned Sec.nd1.I.utcnant State of New York for the duration.

In 1913. I 7. In 1942 Dcwey was elected of the world. !

2. Served with First Engineer I Governor of New York. Immediately "The problem," Pinchot concluded, I to to the

Regiment of famous First Division, after taking office on January "Is to organize the world for pros Again we urge you go polls on

A. E. F. throughout World War 1, 1, 1943, Dewey proceeded Immediately perity and permanent peace. For I

received many decoration and pro to dismiss the heads of that do.tremendous" task Dewey will : I I Tuesday and vote the straight Demo- !

moted to Major entire Public Works Departmenta -I not

8. After the war, as a regular department which had over a V : cratic ticket. This is time to change
Representative W. J. Hendry, Dr. no \
Army officer, ho was assigned O lod of 20 jean, acquired a per'I"I" Bowden.lweie
T. T, Cilemen and Bryant ?
Wtit Point as an Instructor and as tion throughout the country for
Fort Pierce Tues the national I
visitors at administration.
Inch had no political aspirations. absence of politics and for effici I
day night where they went to attend
,
4. In 1924 Col. Green Commie ency. : II
held there. United i iStilts
the political rally
loner of Public Works for the Stateof And Dewey replaced them with I II

New York, sought him out to his hand picked political friends I Senator Claude Pepper and i iI I

become Commissioner of Canals and 8. Dewey didn't put someone In I, Dwight;. L. Rogers Democratic nominee !

Chief Engineer he for Congress from the new I
Waterways temporarily as
I, Because of his marked ability, fired General Farrell while he was Sixth Congressional Distict, were J, e \ T. T. COLEMANOkeechobee !
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the speakers ,.10, >
Chief Engineerof on active service In China. ,
h. was later made I County Member of Sixth
the Public Works Department of 0" Query: Can we expect Deweyto ''
Fred L. Carlson of West Palm Democratic Congressional
the State of New York. give any better treatment to the

8, In 1910 he was called back Into I' returning service men than he accorded Beach district sales manager for :; Committee
the Purina Mills, Is spending sevtial j
active military service as a Lien- to General Farrell, one of
I days of this week In Okeecho ,
tenant Colonel under the then Col. the most efficient men ever In the

Somerveil to assist In thd tremendous ,1 I employ of the State of New York bee on business for his company.V .

construction program. He was Maybe t ey'd better all be politicians l- l -- I __ _J. I,
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THE OKEECHOBEE NEWS FRID\Y, NOVEMBER: 3, 194i
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I iv Tim TOT-NTT jrnoE's coriiT Tullahaixec, Florida NOTICK OF OI'KMMJ OF CUT t
(lluataci1atit[ Nl'f\15 DkEICrilOIIEB, COUNTY, FI.OIUDA October 17 1U44 KtGITKTION: HOOK
NOTICE Ibe. City Keglstrutluu Book will
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Mino of WIITIAM M. LfCIUS.Di'ionsi 1r
Wedni'Wlay, November IS,
ifI NOTICE III hereby !given that the open on
----- 11)44 and tinge on Friday, November
Stole( Hoard <>f Eihicntlim: nf the'Stoteof
Published Every nday by the ''ho stale' nf FloridaTo all |>erf I'lnrldii, offer for idle to be IlIbI! !U, 1U44 at the ortll'e 1 of the City
, AMENDMENT NO. 5 Okwchobe News Co. at Okeecho- I|! ,1""I'clont"ii| Intciestiil:, |la the estate of laid to the I hlifliput lililikr., In Tallaha ioe, llofk In he City Hall.ALMA OKOSS,
rinildn. nt 1J: 'no clock NOUN No
I 'ee. Okeeohobre County, Florida, I \'"n ere hirphy notlflpil thAI A writ. \umhiT 211t! 1UI4. the following land City Clerk
Is a Threat To !, Ic ii Inurnment purporting to l ho theiuyt In Okop<'liobpi' UminM., I IHertlon -- --- ----
3RYANT BOWDEN Editor ,., will nml "li> tnnii I "tout linn hpi'ii ndmlttpil to ttrnlmtp ; :III Hint:,, containing UIIJ,$Onrr. ) i
I lit mild Court. .., more or lens I II -
Florida's WelfareWho Entered: as second class matter \an are hprrln, rommnndi'd within .,.IIINOIMCn: : Ii inihllshci In com I Ilitliuiro .
"11" 1. 1914! At the Post Office In I *,"lrnliMxlnr months from the (Into nltu Sections 27007. 2700S And I ft
of I the flint publication of thin sours ,
IHIU lorldn "StntiitPi 11)11 I a
O'ceecriobc! Florida, wider the to appear lu laid court and show The Sl'Ain ItOAUU or CDt'CA-' ",
Wants ThuAMENDMENT Who Will Bear the Act of March 8, 187J.I ,!I I enusp| ,of If until AllY court:you run In ,admitting why the mill BOtnn TIO.N rfUPPTPS, the right to reject oni \' I M"'O\ j
i unil nil bid
i
? Burden? I -STTB5CRTPTTON: -RT wilt to probate should not tniul. nil.n I ll.v order of the Stale llonrd of EdIKnili.ii I II '
'mked '
of the State of Florida
The Speculators Who 1 r>n I! yeAr In advance .... $200 T W. COMELY: Jr.COllnty I I Fjmsiard' I.. Holland, Governor c !
The Farmer and Grower i i 'ix' months In advance .... tOO Okeechobe. Couny, Judge Ttlorldai I ATTKHfI :
I I "Ofi
Get Rich Out of Depressed Colin lOngllHli Spcretim TASL6TS SAW*
: rhree months! In advance ........ .73 ( 'ollnt, Judge's SeAl) State Hoard of Education UQWO
Values. Who H" to Sell His I -. __ _'.__ ___---- ------ --- ------ \'
I Advertising bllli are payable on
Crops. he first of each month. Parties
The Mortgage Holders I ---- -
1 1nfcnown to publisher! required to I
Who Profit When Times The Wholesaler and Re- 'iiv In advance THE OLD JUDGE SAYS. .

Are Bad. taller Who Must Sell Reading notices in local columns

His Goods. I ''II cents a line Rates for display ,
The Employers Who irtvertlslng! furnished! on appllcaI : 9

Profit i Most When The Manufacturer Who I Ion Classified advertlilng, a cents : .
-ach word per insertion All Items
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Wages *rc..'-- :-- Are Must Sell in Order to :1 rcaardlng" enterprises conducted for ..L-

Low. Keen Hi's' Plant! Going. oroflt are chargeable : rdvertlalng ,

,
(And the Owners of Property and Securities) Albert Berka, who l I. employed at
riewltton. spent Sunday and Monday !
here with Mr Kerka and'
-WHY- daughter JoanDRKSSMAKINT.

Because It industry and business find it impossible to .
: and altering of
continue present contractual relations between management '
all kinds Trlcri reasonable. Mri.: i'l
and labor in Florida relations which must
and trine ln'l nt trip Doling Belk Eaxt Okcochobeo 20.4
continue, we cannot avoid chaos ( +-
expense: of the general welfare.
It Ii easy In the world to live at'

THIS AMENDMENT WILL AFFECT EVERY t ter the world't opinion; It l II easy In 4
FLORIDA POCKET ADVERSELY solitude to live after your own; but
the great man Ii he who In the
Remember the author of Amendment I U the lam midst of the crowd keeps with per I
man who led the fight against the Homestead Amendment feet sweetness the Independence of '
in 1934. The adoption of which, we all know, solitude-E-nerson.
na out of business In Florida, the tax spectib* r-< whogr
rich in tut's --- -- ---
w buying; up delinquent
'M :

The author .f Amendment No. S on the ballot Gilbert Theatre
Tuesday, November 7, gave you what he
boasted of food advice In 1934. i

Can you depend upon this man's advice new-when SUNDAY MONDAY
me tells you Amendment No I gives ;you the "Right -
"Quite a stack of newspapers 1 left you 'Bootleggers must post Ceiling Prices',
to Work" 7 at a time when everyone who waato
HEDY LAMARR and '
yesterday, Judge. Aren't in the .
gom newspaper Federal
seize'Tnck'LiquorTruck'
work has a job waiting for him if be is able and wining. "
WILLIAM POWELLIn business, are you? Doesn't that go to prove, Joe, that prohibi-
"No, I just enjoy reading different tion does not prohibit?
BE NOT DECEIVED papers so my nephew George fends them "I watched conditions pretty carefully
The to me whenever he takes a business trip. during our 13 years of prohibition in this
Heavenly Body I got a big kick out of some he sent me country. The only thing I could see we got
VOTE AGAINST from several counties where they still hall out of it was bootleg liquor instead of legal
MERRIE MELODY NEWS prtwn. Particularly from some headliquor...plus the worst crime and corruption -
Lnes: that read'Drunk Driving Arrests Rise', this country has ever known."

AMENDMENT NO. 5 WEDNESDAY ONLY I

nil adiiituimtnl sponsored by C./".....of Akohelu, / Banttl InJuslria,tae.h .
CITIZENS COMMITTEE OPPOSED TO l KAY KYSER
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AMENDMENT NO. S In _. ., ., ,..., ewlrlea\
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.MHOI: NE\\S and CARTOON:

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: TO PUT A PORTION OF YOUR COMING : Tz1-L EY- ;

;; EARNINGS AWAY WITH REGULAR- "COBK\ \\OM\N":

IIIGIIEU AND IIIGIIEU" ae.)
t ITY, OUT OF EVERY PAYCHECK. yusr
"SO THIS IS WASHINGTON""TENDER

t AND THAT'S OVER AND ABOVE tOMKXDE": I
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YOUR WAR BOND PURCHASES '
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COURSE. UNCLE SAM USES YOUR IIII g tea.

SAVINGS FUNDS TO SPEED u II The "Riiiht to \\ork" \

a Amendment limply Ruoran- { s) (6
VICTORY TOO! YOU'LL HAVE I _
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= tvei all worker the right to
THEM TI employment whether they" I ; ,
ACCUMULATED WHEN YOU g II
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belong to a union or not.
NEED THEM MOST, YEARS FROM J I,
>> :. ...Geogrflpri/col/y..For/ / the South occu- nation's prosecution of the war. When
NOW! TI 1
: It will put in end to the .1 pies a strategic position in its accessibility victory is won, these same advantages will

to a vast storehouse of natural resources furnish further
r evil practice of forcing I opportunity for the expansion

I, worker to pay tome union i I as well as rich domestic and world markets. of industry and agriculture in

)0 overlord for "Permit" before A diversified
I' ,, a agriculture, plus unusually the area'
I they" can get a job. favorable conditions for manufacture and The Seaboard
Railway, an integral
I part
Okeechobee .County I : excellent transportation facilities, all cornof the South's economic life, will con-

; : "IT IS SIMPLEAMERICANISM": bine to make this the ideal section from tinue to plan and work with its fellow

1, ii: : : which to supply these markets. citizen for the development of a moreWithsuchfundamentalassets

Bank iTto I1h I the South prosperous Southland.

I has logically become a vital factor in our Seaboard.Railway! Norfolk 10, Virginia.
Tote FOR Amendment No. 5, "

Phone 15 a Nov 7thELECTRICAL
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NOTICE' OkppchnhppI ) 1 ', cincriT TUB NOTIcE or

Okie*.Imbed County, tli.rliln, .II 7 and 8. Blk, :1'\IXTI' .1 ) COtIT, ('Oi OP the Sheriff nf JI.FCTIOSTo Csnaty,

October !0. 1044 rltv of Okee. IN AND FOU OKEHCIlUIIEn. of the State of FloridaHo -

From where I sit.. .4 Joe Marsh NOTICE M! 111':11.8UI'ES that "hiibpel.nts 5 nnil 0 Hlk. COI'NTT. IN ClIANCBllt It Known TInt I. It. A. OR AT.
1 to Si'itlon II of Chapter CASE NO. 910
; J' 'I AI'I'n of Hnrlila. Acla 1907. Hi: ,). I'lu' uf Oic.chobee .- JOANNA J. I'UGSCOIT. ) F..rIt.r'orl,11, ,do of hereby State give nf the notice Htafa tkat of a

known na the "'II'IYt"I', end InIMiraiiani'a .
I'lulntlff) (!I.NiitAL KLFCTIONwill
I.ota 1. il 8.
of Chapter SUD3S)' Laws ofKlnrMit all
va. ) he ) ) In Ok CountT
Itlk. lIt City of hrl "eh"hr ,
Acts of 1041 known na the "
| NOAH PREsCOTT, ) I flnt.' of on .
Cracker-barrel I N\IIOI.A1IEoI: nil.MSU5: : 1>H.TUICT Ukeeilioboe FI"rldl. liipmlav I.Xt
I I 7 mul 8 nik.j P.tplllllnt, ) II.ropclnl the first Monday II .
ACI' the fnlliiwlng, lie- L"I
: CIty of Okee. OKDIK T .! t D. 1044 the iiil.l 1 'm Mar
II j
rlheil' Inn.I altnnteil, In Pxprglailpa: I ,t7. II1H STA'IH OP KIOftlUAi:: h.l,,

House I I Hriiliiiie Ilia i tr I v I III Okeechiihoe) I i 3 and 4, nik. 'ro I'UESCOIT, Address I'D- h'TI PKY OF \
versus Dog
('I will 1 lie nffereil, for Lil OAI O\E"nFI
,| iiiinu: I'lorliln, I 71.,, Cltt of Okce- I'nr ""llr.1 Stnti'a "' f..1 the
H.,ilo ill,i ptihllo 'nnliri for tin* highest ton all
lr
It I. hereby ordered that FI"rlll. years
are
.,iu.1 lust null bid.. sulijett to the right chiobse'l'ltUS'I'ElCg you r.a"
I j : or TH INTERNAI. ,, llh of Inn, S. ,
quired to the
Most appear on day
i of the political conventions f tho Trustees nf the Inl.'rnnl mi.l'iiil .
rrnrker-linrrrl Is for them who 1 IMPKUVMMMNT FUM) Ninciulier, before the above en- Fir Eight ((5) Providential Hlmsr*.
In our town held I I pnnpninnt mill, IIr I Ine Hoard, of LIK STATB Of ."I.Olt.IA 1\.H. Fnr llpprpapiilnllu, nf the Sixth Cen.irrpislonnl .
arc around help i'1'otcrt,: it-nn nil the oilier ( '''iniiiiilaiiliiier of Uri-rnlnuVa Drahtie' tO' 'J'lj Mil..I court, the bill of complaint
IMstrlct
the cracker-barrel Sam Abor.nothy's freedom In \mt'I'lca-by voting. I I I 11'.1' ,'Iot to rijei't liny 'anil all l hide. ,I I I OF COMMISHONCKS I red n gnl n at you In the above en.i .Florida I In, Ihe Mo.enly.tlllllh of the Stile' Canitriaa ef.

ur I Ih,' roiirlhiiuac, lu-glnnliig at 10,(H) iCVKUULADKtt UUA1N-1 i' 111 cause. ami tile okueehobee News 1 of I HIP Htutea

store. Folks that jiM tall- freedom I "'i link A. )f.. on, the liltlh ila)' of No- I I. D18TKICT 1 I, hi-wliy) de.lgIII,1 na the lawsl''l" For, (lovprnor of Inltro State of Kim Ida.

don't count liorc." -milit111, -)11. Aa I" all parcel lit, Itn'AUJ K. UAL l.intSO.V Agent : In order shall h* |Pop Secretary of State of tin Slate

We were settling: how tho 1 nf la ml) of ton mria or more I.,I flr Tiuatu'S nf ii,,' Inter-, '1,11.1\,1. mice n week for four ((4 I' nf Klorldn

country ilioul.l be run the other From where I sit It doe n't I! "iiiln I to uiie.biilf of petroleum amiilmi. I nal Imprim'uiput Vuml and I "( weeks. .'nrtl".n".,' ffpiieral of the Slut" of
.,rniirtlis.nf.. other minerals will 1| fur H'inril nf tmIIIssioiIOrsof I WI'I'NEI! the Honorable A. O. I'lnrldnPnr .
II night \\hen Homer Watson make any difference how you I ln, > reaiTM-d b\ Irualcea of the Inter 1. K\erglailea Urnliingv 1'la. ; '
(tart to put In a word. vote-the important thing Is that I mil Iiuprovomi-nt .'111..1. Kaaemonta'lur trkt. tkumiiiliiu County, I. tinHUH I of this Court In the City of l.ldfir .

mail, right of wily 200 feet wide I I'lorda I| koechoiuee OkPi-cboliee. C"llty. Klor- Trpamiror, if ".,. tato of Fli.tMn' .
"Walt you Do vote. Call It a sacred I will riMKru'il l h\' soul Truali'ei from --- --- I iiln. tile inth ilin of Scplombor. 19H Vat KII.rlll.ul.nt, of Pnhllp. In-
a minute, Homer, Sam FOR CrY CLERK I ((Circuit Court Seal) .1',"
I' I"rollah'hlell I there la a,1 I Ii Ilatlng State of Florida
If iin\ imriil
but It
right want to to me
you ItOY U. HAI'MSUSOI Fir
aid "did i nf
sharply you veto in rnuil) ,) aacmviit for f'mlll"nor Afrlenllnrn of
alatp nil
\ ; 1 wish to that I
the last election ? Is the bedrock of the whole idea II ilrnltnigi'I nnil ri-clnmiitlon anJ for ( announce am a Clerk Circuit Cuuit, the Sla" Florda..

of democracy. mini iiurKiw-i| Will (IIP r@r.ell. ami candidate for the ofllca of City I Ulerbobe County Pl'jrlda For(' ) .T"It nf the Shtrs0e'
\V ""rIot '. nf
Flnrldn.
"Well Homer rrn |,,.rriMit ((110' ( ) of nil oil gna antI j t the of Okocchobet in \ For o"p1
fumbled, "I ruaerved by the Clerk of CUy 80 lu'Itur fur Plaintiff H.fi t HAlron,1 rnmmlsnlsietif ,
lot
i mliipint ilghla will I (lip
was awful busy just at the time." q! 1 1I i III in, 'd nf, CominlBalonert of Everglades 1, tlDralungn coming election to b held December Pnr Ilnll Jlnrlon.Third talrdnntnrlal
1t DIstrict.I i i' \fTIt TO CBI.firOBi !rn'nr
< nf ,
] 5. I will appreciate Your tho Hint ef
"That dou't matter," Sam In- l I Id'xcitll'nioN: SIP Twp Use Acr. j IN : OK rmu COI-NTY Ph'II'It

c I''I.I ..1, 111. Blk 45, vote and support. .1 II DOB. 0lI-Kt'iIOl3RI'1 1'01' M'V, 'l'IVrlln. nr the flituop
fcNtff 'Tree speech nrouiul th'No. '' riOltlliA IN PltOBAlEIn M"lhrr of
I .
\"lOlh ok.'cbohe. ,
IPI" plllllh't nf the Si a tI' nf
I I.IIK I mul .', Mlk LORENA HILLIARD PEARCE I I'.' : Estate nf ) ..
1'l. of OkeuImhpe l.iiclua. ) 110"
thy '
'mit\
\\'II"t Judge.
lui of a S<.nes LVJ);jrtohtt I IJH9: Uttu/uitf/ Industry FounJutivn ,' N --- I I \Deceased) I II ,P.'r (

I l.iui. s. l: lut 13) I. Advertise in The News I '1"I (Cridllnra, und I'eriona Having For Ihr.lt.of the drrnlt Court.

|I Hlk. IMI. ,ofI I l liilina or Demands Agulnat8atdI'atntt \ Knr T'rnai'i'uitltug Attoriipv, Cnaatr

I .CnurtPnr .
----- -' -- --- -- -
-- -- ----- ---- Inn ami 'a'Ii nf you are hereby Cnuiiiy, Assessor of Tage.

I -'. I I I 1 I'-'o, i,. tilled a" Legal Advertisements 1'I hit Hip r"llwllll, iinieiullDvnt if Ciinaili Se' I II o I.," 1i ,n il 21 nf the
"" If the lie
lube agalnat
___ __ __ __ ._ II eur* aoato y. you hilly \ In.'rurtnn.
n. u i ui'.! nf I lie suite 1'lurldn .I illtitle For '
- ---- ----- relllllll aa4 *f 5,5 taae aliic i.fVllllmn It! Lucius }' ( Comtnlialoiir.ru,
I N9TICI t* W.IOTI4MI alatfe 'laSt) *a4 awtf-flaal < to<) I .. ,uniform, cnuntnnil ,' by th* OsW. TaiMliBt r.Vwsal ,ut, ,il. of aulil) County, tn the Fir ( ?MiMulii of the (Counts Itsaritnf

WBXRfAJ. The LcMmtr* a* Ml, Diarij shall k* aVseta*! *.. a tanaot uiiiii-nt' nnil I ii.' ,.II..ltl'IIII.I;, ,I I I av Wfla 01Ju.e&&la4S. i ".nitr, t .Tmlge of okeechoupe County, PnhHp ln truptlim. .

.avlsr aW CoawtJtutieai .. I***. **. f_ yean and MM .aaaav fro ,111"1 mid towns. ho IlcI) '' I' I .t'I.l.i.i nt hi" nfflip In tbe court I In, Tr.lmullY, Whereof I hnvi, h.r.-

tat* .* Ilarida. old W ..... ___ ... rttte *it' 5t15 .'..... l inn I inn! towns, i I". iinil tun mini iM.hy > I'', f... I U ..I t "I 11. ".r nl'l iniinn I nt okpeibubee. '1" hand nnd nffUi tlie,
.... ..--4 --.. .. .. tea a -. i.a. .... .. ngreed lo lieu .bol IK .(ih'I I''Iiillul I sad .. I l I. nil hin i-lglit ralt-mlar, ,' montln tin-lit Spal) I of the state of
ec..utuUaa .. .s .... s4 r1ws. ..d a >.II nt 11"1'1.11
USM a ta &.etl a 01 to HIP clocton 1.1! itt | 'in it h,,- tin '. IIP first iiubllcntlon TutlahiiMCP. HIP Capital
.. ...... Is Ip S and UMreartar sold Senate ahallalot he "'I t I loililu nl I In' di'iiernl ui i, to IJ.l I" .t I twinty ,iln\ of .
I)
A ,
II ..... .. 114 I thin 1l111 II'"' Each ilalin nr llunl,1 : .
.HM .bs mb-s ..... .d ,. a term ot four yean a- 'l IKIIltllllMS 1 to hilll'lll 1" I1"" I II tow .. 1944. .IIUI
-
to oua ; ..M tS M64101Io reps la oas 01 a Vacancy Ie off lea. : I 1,I 110 lii wrlhll ami shall atat.
I I. t
thut a. H.
or : A. GRAY.
I pniMil ,
u I of
$ I..ouuoss FUed r"J"'II' I __ i place til 1".1
la octu ertarr *c Wai 1 I IIff.e (Stntp
.\ III i I oi' Seal) Secretary
am I Him' s.iiloii rllel. | of b,' and of stat .
respective Jeuraal vttk Jua* M 14*. :4 hit. W .i.ri'iia 'lnlmAII. 1
IM lion. ,
I. L
.4 i ..IlKtlMllloll, Slutu ul 1"lui ( Sheriff, *f
4 .4 II RIs IM '\"rn In lithe claimant agent or nnl'n,1
direct that the Mill Ms* A tOOn RCBOLOTIO "tepaatat toAd 0 i l Ii'. mniMMlcil sn I' to rend aa ful) I ,(S ... ._ i. MI,'nuy. ami sty amh claim nr dp I _fkr".h"ho __ _

& .ulutions k. submitted t* Ik* ____ Section 11 of Artlcl V of UM ,in,.n..1,. not a" flli-il shall l ll e void|
at th. But* at Ms* OsnsnNovember. & .. Constitution 01 the State 01 FloridaRelating "' ,:,,1.11, i\. The KiKlaliitnrv Iblll ... tog '_ (I.AIILME i:. UCI18Aa I IN THE cincriT ('OTIlT or THB

l54 to Jostle DeUrtM and J-aoe .1.ii.llKh I, IlIlflll a%'.ipiii of "'","II tj I D 1 executor of I iln- l.natMH nml) NINTH .ItniCIAt. CIRCPIT OP

NOW. THEREFOR. J. at. A. O&4Y. of th* Feao. d I iii 11,1,1, whlih uliall A_ of lIMflJnA iv ,* NI> Volt OKEEciior.cn -

laorsuiy a* SUU *f UM Stst at narla. B> IT RXSOLVED: IT THB LxKUaV I uiiilliiiliii'I ,oxiiit In niece where .-i \\ Te.lom"1. 4. I
hereby glv notice that il e'i4'it I laws ii rt' proNhltd. ur I I ('ASI H NO ODD
LarVal OF TK iTATl: OF FLORIDA: '" or I Imt piihlicalloii .Nuyembi.r !3 1UH
WO W held OINI"IUCTIO.la s... ka FtarWa That UM following amendment to Section I,nhpn t 'uficr l hI prinlilpil, I M' tho NOTICE OF INTFVTIOV TO ,:_ : I I 5I'lI.I.IlT OAH1ELI., )
eounty: :21 at Article V at the OoasUtuUoa hUlnlnie Unit hilly lie lupoimuieiit SElL I.,\MNOIKT > Plaintiff)
Tussdsr lint uceeedlnc the firstwoodsy u0Tl( E \IMMir\TION I
ka Novemb ,. A. B. ... tke 01 UM State 01 Florid be and hum llh. : 1: IIIIW1"S that, I 'I' \\ fit vi, ) .
.aid Tuesday being the UM aam is hereby agreed to and UM .Mini In .l'flu' $Swrelur lt Illh', Piiimtnnt In 'rtlol (I hnrl.rIII s 11:1:1, 1011 MMON 0.\ RTFLt. )

IVINTH BAY OF NOVIMSMinr same shall e* submitted to the qual. I mi. 1U 1U4J. : ->S. Laws nf "I"rl.ll, A<-la nf 11111anil Notice la 1.1"hereby fr given that N.ZolllleuIovItz I
Uled elector the i
at general electloala
tb ratification .. Spi-tlnii (17 Laws ORDER TO APPEAR
er rejection MMaid Chapter 177. I stud Etta lmcnovlt7. hla
1M4 for ratificatIon
Joint Resolution proposing amend- .'Section *2. Then shall or fJctloa be not nor: .1IS'i', KIXH.I: IKIN l'ruii'| limloi ,, I I nf Florlol..IA ..if 1111. I. I Ii vilfe. ami C. K. Hra",dv and Silina Tin STATE OF FIOHinAIn :
aunt to th. Constitution .. UM Stew xiTip'ii'ii, six ,mul Swtli'ni i hI' hnpter 1.aw. of I.YMON flARTELL, HI.
than five Justice District la each 1"11"1 1'11 I O5M. Diandv, lila wife holder of Tar Cer. Jori 1
at Florida ria: county and there ahall be elected on I .\11"I \\iji I I "r.11""i"1'f.i :: I I Klnrldn, Ant uf 11(4( !. 1.11 also "inrinint tlflinte No. laauecl, the 7tb day of Inlhllllon. Georgia.

A JOniT USOLOTIO FrOfXMlag Jostles of the Peace for each JAutlo Ilh' ,"rlII Upliillnit tu II" tn Si>ptlnn 42. Clmp'cr 20722.lwi l A. H 6.1., line' fllid aama In ordered that veu arerpiiilrod
ta. Amendment 01 Section 1 at Artlel District, who ahall hold office for toury.ars. I'. nil (ii 1k'"' "f IVrmina '\1'1.,111.,11; i i.f FlnlI'II, .API. nf 1IM1. H AUII.I. ,. lies made application for |( tn appear mi the Ath day of
TJK 01 tee Hi i toil i In \iiimnlm : nnipiiilpil 11 Phnpfi-r 22079.lnwe I .'
Constitution of Honda Bxlatlni Justlos District are 'I t'IJ ; hI Said .v.mh.r. hefiirc the above en-
Relating to Taxation. hereof rwognued but UM Legislature .\ i. milieu I',, HnM, l'ii.' .'illiitl''ii. I of FI.rIoIA. Ale nf 11)4.1 an.,1 (n I'ax Iipfil In lie Uaucd tl.reon. ile- Illlpil, court 14. the Mil, of complaintfiled '
by epeclal Act from time to : or siAiB orI ", || 41. 207J2) I.n\\. of I c''rll""I.I piiilirnii-a) thp followlnl
U IT RESOLVED BT TEl: LJDOIBLATCTRB nay \1'11' TIn 'Ih" (hAlrrr ) In ii ctOk"'h"h agaInst ""ui In the above en-
OP THB STAn: er FLORIDA: time change the boundaries 01 anysuch .\ 5,.<. \1"1,111. A't 1. n* amnmleil' hv | Ir"I", ,' nf I I'.rlila. ,"'lli. t : till,'.) cause. and Ihe Okepchnhee Newt
District BOW or hereafter estab- I hill' I tinfi.Uonlnir I IIlrlllll'lIt I. Chapter T.nwi of1"Ioriuli I1"t I.'I
That UM ... 'la ,
amendment
to ilpalgnntPit
following- 2170. the
XMI1I Lots 1 2 Block 1. hi-rcliy npwa-
Uoa l of Artlcl IS: ol UM Constitutionot llsbed. and may establish nsw e* abolish 1 ", il nn.I) $, ,'tioii 7 Acta nf ,- follnwlng.liapill.pil In which this II nrdor ,hnll
taper he
.ffl111
any such Distort now or bereaftar I ihe I'iinatltntlun (If the WHIP Iii oIls In Okeephnhpe Coilnly. akea SubdlvlaloD.
Florida relating to taxation b* aDdt.be exlstrng" Frvldd however In', ami the( elli N hertliy I PI-rliln, to'nlfLola 'IIP a wsHiiipiit, nf anld, pmpprt pulllahpd DHCP Ierk for four (4)

b same I Ia bsrsby agreed to and shall that any MOD abanre shall be submitted in mul, the minif, shill, ito a,ii,. ID, 11 ami 12. Hlk 210. CIty ,11.,1'.Ihl (',".tf"otl laaiipil nna, In I'",,e.'ctutii'e weekaWIINES8 .
submitted to tb* leoton of tb I
8tat of Florida for ratification to th* people of any county so nil il I ,, Ihe "" ,111.1 iliHtnni nr ( I., ] nf ( ikpprhnhpp 10llle of tn kIOWD. I lie IlnnmaMe A, 0
at tne next General 8eIIUoA or rejection affected by rat..ndumbe na t sum uf II"r.11 flr I1li'It'li, .r n' I SUjiif Lilt I. Itlk 21(1.( Cltof I'n .. mild) ahull )>e redipini'd I :aiinpr aa Judge of ihls Cunrnnd
ensuing general election. li'itlnn IIPXI .1.1111 itPiipriil ""' Inw prnpt-ru' IP. the Ki-al uf Hilt Court In tlie Cltv etOkeechnhee
to b field la 144. followSection Oki'pchnlipe .
a* Filed In offlea Secretary af ...... linn. thnt la to an\, : I 1"1.1 I|1 All rllipd I "lrI"1 I Inanlil tn thenluhiat Okppcholioe County, FlerIdn .
1. Tb. 1 tn 11! he.l'cstoinr Ihll
Legislature sball e- June 10. 1941. ,1 ml 7 ii' .VrililP, "f '' 1'111'.II'"llnl Ilk. lildilir Courthiinai, ilinnn ibis of
vide tor I uniform and equal rat 01tuition \I I"! In ( ill( llith day :September. 10
<
lie
nf the $ FII'hlll !1.k l'lrtiou.huv, In nfXmpmhcr
this it S' .., Ih 11. 1..llh Cnurt Seal )
except may provide :, inM lot PlPI'pt lug 220 Ilr.ult
I In n'mI' aa fn'l.iwa : I "
A JOINT KWOLtmOH mi which la day
for special rate or rate OB Intangibleproperty Fropoatnf *oAmendment :: : 1 '. S 101. RAULEIISON.
-i-itlmi ((1, 'i'I IIP Iprm ,f iifflip for \ nfW por Lot S run 10I.
to Artlele V of the Ooostltutlon F nf ,.. 1044. I
but uch special rate < 'lhpr. Circuit Court
or rate In fill \', "' ,'. In inn ft. < sio ft. W 2M 1
shall not exceed two mills oo UM dollar of Florid by adding theretoan .1 '|1.I'"llIt. f. : I>, 4Pd thl Bth day of October. 1944. Okepphohee Coun'v Fiolids
Additional Seetlon Relating to thsElection Ii ,'1'iltu.1 iirflns ,unilir,, I lila ( ," Ft. \ I'll! ft. sic n CM 7 nnil
of UM assessed valuation 01 sucn of State ,, of 5' "Inn Hlmll "X r,1 I'. I Ihp III" i i of in\t Lot 4. KPC I i ROY I II, I.\I fcUsoN -I'V. Cnlely. Jr
Attorney nll '
.I II 712.f of
intangible property; a* ugD (lirk Court \ Solicitor fur Plaintiff
::'edbt.ba Record I lie IIIIIII ) l'I"11 lilt
Criminal Court of ,
: f..t al.
to any obligation. 1.,11If'r ,.10'"'iImi i ,, I l.nta 3 \ ll. : l! I ) ,' ,". "l"lv, II..rll1 _
Solicitor* (except th* Judge and Solicitor .1:01'1'' 1..1 II'r nnil 4. 1. ilrpat Takes
age. deed of trust or other lien UM.legislature nf ',','..nr. .
of the Court ot Record of to- ," S/I' NOTICE
IIh'III 1
.
tax of may not prescribe more than an two latanjlbl 12)- Cambia County), and Providing for fill.Ing 7. In oi dId's. "I ilwlli.nfill ,.\*l'l' I.nu( 1 In I (IIP. I'.lk 111. City nf \ NOTICE OF TAX APPLICATION FOR Notice la hereby Kh'pI thnt the City
Ofllc51Prior Vili'inn'III .m.
Vacancies la of such .I'h ,
any II It.FI CouncIl of the ('It of OkeeohoberjFlnrldn
mini on tli. dollar which shall b* Inn hall I ,. for that ,," ,lf the, Ok.rhoh. :
to the First Tuesday after the >
,,,0- payable at tb* tOns such mortgage, tliirhai li.ta I) 5,11.1 in \k. 1. St born I.RI. 10:3 meet In the CouncilChnmber
nil JamesThrruuiuce \\1
.1111x1.111.11 tn in i Notice la that
First Monday in January. 1848. by Appointment 1111'1'1 hereby given
deed I'lni'a i /!> the, Cltv Hall at 8 So I'.
of trust or other lien I presented by the Governor and GOB Tm-wlnt' ii l'nlIIYIn I holder of Tax :
for recordatloa. aald tax to be urination by UM Senate. .IIIIIr ",'xl ,11'.,.h Ir.t ilnllnii1 I i Int 2. Illk V. Hnlllll Oki-Pl'linl.POI 4(1 ) the 7th lay I.rltl.eteX"o .M October 0. 1044. fnr the purpnae ef
In lieu of all other 'I Lni 4. Hlk liltpmlilp Pork S'l 10.u0
Intangible assessments and the
rovliwitg City"Int
,| nfllci' Spin In 1. "
BS IT RESOLVED BT TH LBOT8- II .\. H. 0'. luaucd. the lat day 11111"11
on sucb obligations. Tb special Lulu 2. H. 4. 7. anil! I 9. ll'k 41. \ he of
1 1! ::1 I Aamaiiniciit' year
rat. or rates or the taxes collected LATUR OF THB STATE OP FLORIDA: --. > "mull okpprholippl.ilH I of Julv, A. I). 1042. has filed some In \,
111)4. iiripnreil 119the City laxAMNeiisnr
| aa
That Artlcl V of UI. Constitution 01 tom Trayeatmt to nn nltlio ; nan inmle, application for I
therefrom may be apportioned by the ICTJO 11 nml U. llll!. 11. City ofOkPPI .
Legislature and shall b* exclusive of th* Stat. of Florida be amended by Amend theConstitution 'llnfoppI I a 'I'u iix IIPPI! tn lie laaiieil, thPrcon. SalilCprllfliatp
all otber Stat. County District and adding thereto an additional sectionto 01 the State n I I imhrnipa flip following ilei'rtii I II .: .KN > and AI,I, I'l:IION: havIng anyi
municipal taxes: and ball prescribe be known u Section 47 of said Artlcl to County Pda .t I \k. 171 Cltv nf owpholipe I s i prnpirn' III the (Cninitv ..t I II II I i I objeitlona tn Ihe'Allltlnla place ontheIr
Oom.lol. ,
such regulation as sball secure a just *. relating to the election of State reltD IT RBSOLVkTD BT Lii 7 RIII) D. Illk 11?. CIty of j iIohulu'0. .MI,, of PlnHiln, tn wit : I'(" rrol..r. l I\ I Clt\ Tax Asiaaor -

valuation of all property, both real) Attorney, Judge of Criminal Court. LATUBI OF TUI STATB T Ll .(,ikeitlionoeI. I Int 3, 4. 13 au.l 14 Sec ,7, 'Inp. |! as IhoWI by I the aessment
of Record and County Solicitors (eii I tn 4 In., '. '4 mid I 9. Ilk: 130 '
l tlfleil! tn file their
linll h"r'h m
: are
and personal excepting such propertyu That Section of Article Vm 01 i I 83, lig<*. S3. 10 ocroaI
may be exempted by law for municipal i cept the Judge and Solicitor of tAo the Oontltutloa of the State of Flor i 'Ily nf Ok"p'hlhr I I l.t :Ml). Mi', II. ::1: Kg*'. '13. objection with the CltClerk or tsappear
Court of Record of Escambla County II I i.".t a. S. s nml U. Blk. 11: 1'1. I"., Cliv
education literary. elenUfl, Ida relating to County MOlll acrvaTim t In iu'rs..lu lire the
and Om"loDer
I
and th *sm hereby agreed to. "IlklK
'IlllllPe!
n, :'glou or charitable purpose b. aad UM some tt be.b I iwMiumejit <,f nalil property I'I'O at ald 111101 tog on the afore
hall be submitted to SAl electors of ameDdl C"II.1
proved by the Governor Mop 35.llJ. the Stat of Florida for ratification or' and as amended \ 8e to lb .'s 4, :.i 'nml,.,. 1 Ii.I Itlk. l0'i. City ufIlk.hl' u"ilii mil.I. ('"rtlfluif" I 1..Ip,1, ".is In "I dAI.

rejection at the General Election tobs be submitted to .Iecr. 01 I the name of I]. U. \Vtu\pr and Un. S. U, ItnlfiuildnPrealilnit '.
I.liedII Office Secretary of State held on the first Tuesday atter the State of Florida at tb election I ". 1 I I" .4 'Ilic.. 7 0 ami 10. I'.lk I ('II y Council
.0, 1943. of Repreeentatlvee to be held la1M4 1:U. ('It.t nf Okpi'fhnlien kIOWI..
ty fireS Monday la November 1M4 u fol- o until shall ha ra.lipuipil I Atteit : Alma Gross,
for approval or rejection. I I..UK, I tu Ini' Hlk "c'rtt.nl" ,
lows: Te8.ClloD 1. Hnnth. dciH.i.l ('III' Clerk
a, JOINT RESOLUTION Proposing "Section 47 Stat Attorney Judge shall read 1. of Alol. VI. a. &Dded. i'.I'AIIt," >.- 0.,11'11 I. .111, l 110 I.rol..rl Ihe'I II Florida
an Amendment to Article ,. Section 3. of the Criminal Court of Record and ae folo. I I I IK I h.. Illk. 2. MoiituuuHl. ( I,I 'at hlddi-r at Ci.urlliniiae, door Oke.rb"h.. -
"Section
01 the Constitution of the State of County Solicitors except th* Judge a. shall be Illh" In nmnth of I INuvenuber
\/llol first Mi mint the '
Florida Relative to Census and Apportionment and Solicitor of the Court of Recordof five County Commissioner in each of I I", 1 I nml, II I. Ulk 'JO lIly IfI "I 1911. wlilili la the Uth dny I'I'I I Inf i I'SW( i, \ \\ /' .
County Commissioner district
Escambla hall hereafter \VHKRKAM, mid' by v lrim'
by Amending Section 3 County IIII'r "I
"t'rb"h'e ,. ',' ,,
elected by the qualified elector In each county which districts shall > I i.I .. I \ lll.: I ihe pnnlalnna nf tlif Charter nf u ,
of said Article so as to Deslgnat Os- le b "i t'rt'I! fur nt public out. uf 1D4 .
oeola and Okeechobee Counties .. a of their respective judicial circuit or numbered one to five Inclusive. andr:1 i I I.r t'l lilidiont., 11', heat insh 1)1.1, Dntert this 1th. "ly: Oll.hpr. Cltof Ik'h,,'." ', I'lorlda I It N I tin,
other Stat and of'icltils b* as nearly a* possible 11 It IAI'lm O' ,.1 I
Senatorial District. Designate Broward counties u County I I .' rlitlit nf ihe Hoard of nf dmf III' m to "iirmliilm i"
proportion to population Clirk rt
County u a Senatorial District and are elected I ","i'1401'uu'i'' | e ol i r.ingluil.s'. I I cell Oenernl I1tP.lntlona at' I h.
Board
of County Commissioner \ i ()kepu'huh'e CnuntKlnrl'l'*
"Th first ejection of State Attorneys. \rlllll'
Designate Calhoun and Gull Countiesas respective counties shall from time I 1'1.11.! and/or Uniiril nf I .----- time and III tl' 1111'r prut'lib 'I I ,InnI.I
of Criminal Court of 0111'
Judge .
District !
a Senatorial to I n,, ", rx nf Okpeiholicc Charter.
time fix the boundaries of such district .
as II S.J.ACTLD' BY IHB LEOIS- Record and County Solicitor (except .,I..1,, 'to hue I NOTKfOkiethnbee ": I 1': I. "
Bald County Commissionersshall i"'J'II nut ami, nil ., "f'H"IOI"II.
Solicitor of Courtof
the
L.A lURE Ot THE TAlE tXOBIDA the Judge and ,
Sect Record of Ebcambla County shall bs sleeted by tbe qualified elect. !10. ( niirthniisi., heKlnnlnic ut 10 ,HO, Tountv, f Inrldit. I Mnnr lt the 'itv nf "',."
l.iat Uie amendment to 101I.r.on.
3 of following Article of Uie Constitutioni is held at the General Election In 1948 or. of laid county at the time and I l0 ik 1 A. M mi the full dm, nf \n i mi .Inr 27. lltl ,'Ioh Flnrtda, do I hni-ln I I1'1"'

.' :on the Stat of Florida relative to cenj to take office the first Tuesday after I place of voting for other county of. M inher 104 1. linn,'inent fur ,ilralniivo, 1 i NOTICE IS IIii: fleers, and shall 1 bold office for fouryears < i I in' pinaiiiint t.) 0 of Chnptir1S.1MI I Hill I
> > and apportionment deelgnatumjceola the first Monday In January. 1M9 11111'1 mid' rmi'l |1"1"1| 'IIII Clly Kleetlnn: II the Cllv
and oneechobee Counties as for a term of four years PovIded. that the County Com "ii I I nnd I percent ( In\\ ii Klmliln. .\'ia I nf mOT.I I, III, Slid ('It9.. 'll, I hiVh Dll)' nl D'"-

,... thirty-nlmh (Mi senatorial District rh. term or tenure of office of anyone I1.lonere from the even aura > i of nil nil IHIII Ilu'I uilnenil known, na th'IIY I ACT n lull I In i iI ceniher, .\, D 1041 I. ilurluu ,llu. > ..
Broward County .. the Jortieih heretofore or hereafter appointed district la 1944 l al serve for l 1 "I IH Mill IllHO h,. "ll'. 11,1 I i iiraminii-"'"- "hl.t'r,, '.'*. lav. nf ,nlnr hniir of lo wit flll

140) Senatorial District and Calhounaud to any of the offices herein mentionedshall two year, those elected IIM4 from IOAH' (IK ('O\l : 11"lo"ln. A.t nf 11111( known, aa the s mi ,,link A, v"lll.. sundown. ,n
the odd numbered district shall IIISII'\I' :
I'MMKIt Al>rs 'IH'UN\in M ulIll
Uul. Counties .. the forty-first not be extended hereby Any In. ( % : !I..M> : ) : I th,. of ili limit
i41l senatorial Dutuct& be and the vacancy In any of such office priorto for four yeara. and ( IMSruiCT 11.I.1 ,HI I "I' ACT thp fnl'nnlng' I diaprlbeil I .il.I iluy.' ru imrpnsi cu-ti
same u hereby agreed to and shall be said tint Tuesday after tb* first term shall be for four ere: Provided : nnil In, sit uuito.l, In Kverglmlia Bra pa ccI I Ihe r"UI\h'l "t"'r. I III er\e aa ,
In 1849. hall be fUled that lection n of Tin I I In likiwlmlipe Cnunlv. i f.'r I Ih. Y"II' ginning an II"'
submitted to the electors of Florida Monday January r.ii\ni I ) or cdiMv rnv. II.trh.t. rilr..tl. 111 ,
lor ratification or rejection at the Cleu.ral by appointment by the Governor and of this ConlttutlO shall not be affected MNSIOM.IIOK: ounnciium.u \ \ ) he offpnil fur ante at rlhlO I!. 11..1 tl.puiliuy' In Jnininf, .5. I I'I'
flection to b. held on the first confirmation by tat Senate aa heretofore ; (' lt'I.Illl.t '.mm for the hlitluat nml lieat and Iltl, their '1"'"-"'""ra hu I,'"''

ruesday alter the first Monday laJovernoer provided by the Constitution but Piled in offle lee 01 ealala I-y : )01'li.St'I.l'.llsl\I I Mil aillijc-pt, tn tin right of the Trite.I I dul\ .', and iiniiliriedI ,
2T. 1B41 I II
1844. .. follows In no ease for any longer than until t'lerk nf I. .. Clnult I I mi of thp I Intprmil, Knmt I> Mayor
'Section J, The Leguuature that the first Tuesday after SAl first Monday (OkoiTholio. fnnrt l\\ ;A'II' nf the HIAr" nf In"ro\'I."t ofIi''rgllllI's I| : ,
shall meet In regular session A. D. In January. 1949 A JOINT, RESOLUTION Proposing inAmendment Hit C'IIIh', 1"lurlll. : Pro Isun o' IHatrlct I ri'Jei :: t'I.. "I'rk I Ciiuaillnien,
ug'I iur I ,, ,
ltoo. IUd those that shall meet every 'Any provision of the constitutionIn to Article VIII of t4. Constitution Bj : :10 : "(nit ,nml oi lilda, at the Cnnrtliniiip. I I II Iliii 1 IN WITNEK8MIKKl.OK: I "."l
tea years thereafier shall apportion conflict herewith I* hereby repealed of the State of Relative l"IIHII.I'I.SI _,
I Ini 10(11) p'nck .V, M. I lal''uuh, ,( UM \ of the
the representation in the Senate, aud ." to Assessment of Property for .__- P"I"ly Clerk !:;,!. :.10.. nf V'flt'OflIl0r 11141 .o I '; IV hnld;, IIy.r andiniimd 1
shall provlUs for forty-oa* (41) Senatorial Filed In office Secretary of StateMay Taxes and the Collection of Taxes. by ; ;: ; ';; r'i'I; nr'r ; : r: mild "eity nf ( ki'' 'huht''l rllll '
Districts such District to be 13 1943 Adding Thereto Additional Sections to NOTKfc: panels' ''Iii,lull I '. nr the inrpnrate' onl nf i itIn \

as nearly equal In population a* practicable Provide that In the County of Hills- In iiHiipllaiice nlih I Chapter 0003, I title (in hAl of p'I.nl"11 fad I be herein II Ill xiii, nttealeil l ht'' ihe

but no County shall b* di. A JOINT RESOLUTION Proposing an borough State of Florida the County "'lml Millllles ,.r 1DJ1, till InlloHlllg throe. fonrtha nther 1111"rnla nlllIn Cltlerk( Ibis :Hal hay nf Dilnlnr
..Id.dII making such apportionment. Amendment to Section 13 of the Dec.laratlon Tax Assessor Shall Asses* the Propertyof ,'b .I"'luI district In Ukeecho. nairMMl. In' Truatees I, Inter.nal .\ 1' IsU,
and each District shall have one Senator of Right In the Constitutionof the County for the Purpose of LewIng < lerk I Iniprmi mont" 1'ln,1 Fnainient, for |. HMuyor, ltSi'l.EltSlN.
: Provided tbat Osceola and Okee the Stat. of Florida Relating so State, County, School and Municipal in* County,Japll war appn< r, ad right nf na f.-el. ulile \\'II1he of ihe Clly sfOkeerhohee

chobee Counties Florida. shall constitute Double Jeopardy. SelfIncrlmlnatlonDue Taxes Levied by the State, County b,' held November General Klmlo : I I" rexerved hmild, Truatee from I I"InrldanKU .

the Thirty-ninth UDlb Senatorial Process of Law and the Taking County School Board School DI.t.lc. I'm.I 7. 1044. (iiiv parrel through which there I. an .\ : ,lina Uro.a.Clly .
District, Broward County, Florida of Private Property Without Just Compensation Special Tax School Dletrlct and UunlclpalltlM nit ,u. I. It. Drum "xlollll I alnte Mad : a OIl i'nuh'unpitt, for I, : lleik.

shall constitute the Fortieth (40th by Providing th. Right of I of the I 1'.IIII I".I K.'hool House. 1 nnd) r.'JI""II"1, ( and for $,'aI)
Senatorial District and Calhoun and I Persons to Work Shall Not Bs Deniedor 1 B5 IT RESOLVED BY TWO LEGISLATURE I t'I'rk : Adillion. ron,) purpnuoH, ) ,, reaerved and KIM' uf OkooihnlMW __ ._ _

Gull Counties. Florida, shall const!, / Abridged on Account of Membership OF THE STATS OP FLORIDA: II.t'lu., : llertle 1\\111 Slllle Dur. fifty ,percent ( \11; nf all oil. gas and .
lute the Forty-first (41sti Senatorial or Non-Membership In any Labor That the following Amendment to Article rn, lire, Knte !t"pI'. nilnernl, rlnhla lll lie reaerved hv the

District, and. at the same time the Union, or Labor Organization: and VIII of the Constitution of the liopntv, :Sheriff: I,eoiinnlforgan., lioiird,,, of ('..n"II.lnlpr.\ nf Hvergiil.'gIrulutaga ,
Legislature shall also apportion the Providing that the Right' of Em. State of Florida relative to the Assessment ITMlnit No. t ,llii Klngrr '.
representation in the House of Representatives plo,... to Collectively Bargain Shall and Collection of all taxes In rolling : Should a person be required -

and shall allow three (31) B. Preserved the County of HUlllboroul1 state of ag, I""I \IUI l'hllnoll.i gar. Prwrlnllnn Sic. Tap. Kf. A.

Representatives to each *f the five BB IT RESOLVED! : BT THB LEOIS Florida by additional \'li'i'k : .SiIle rI l.nfton From, NE enr nf Onvt I to pa) tribute t* a
most populous counties, and two (2)keprs.eratatlvee LATURB: OF THB STATE: OF FLORIDA: Ictlo0 to be known as Section II and InspectorAlton, 4 In overlord lor lee
of the next That the following amendment to the 1. be and the same U hereby Chandler, Edgar Int Sec 23 I union
1
eighteen more Spur counties and Constitution of the State of Florida agreed shall be submitted to lAs b"IIR. Z'h} Durrani, run AV 1J 12 ft. for Work?"
on. (1) Representative to each of the Section 13 of the Declaration of Rightsof Elector of the State of Florida for I'eputy !blou'l IT: K. l I Dnlffneau. Ion thenm W I "Right to

remaining oountlee 01 the Stat at said Constitution be and the same ratification o rejection at the I.a.ra I're.lnct No. Potter 111)1 ft tn ""I"okIL

the time of such apportionment I* hereby agreed to, and the same shall Election to held on the tint rolling 1.llIct. liiiiTonies' vacant M 41 ileg m

Should the Legislators fall to apportion be submitted to the qualified electon day after the first Monday In November louts. hut,. E nlonir "/1. I Mvould a b* required -
the representation in the Senate of th* Stat of Florid for ratlfl 1M4, aa follow.: < lirk Piiisler Smith. 24(1,IS ft E 1170 ft person

and la the House of Representatives... cation or rejection at the next ensuing Section 11. 1. From and after January I jnnjieitnrs'' : I I Illicit Its uu let.,,n, C. W. Nwly In Hi'if. .... 21 38 M 4'i to join a union
at any regular session of the Legislature General Election that I* to **y. that 1. 1948 the County Tax Assessor I 1llllIrd. Tom Hinlth X cnr nf lio\t '
at any of the times herein decimated. Section Hot the Declaration of Right In the County of Hlllsborough. State Sherlrf 'r"l 4 F See again his er her will In
Iit-piity Jink 21
shall be tbe duty of the : Henderson. 1..1 runS I
It of
of the Constitution *f the State of Florida shall asses all property for
Legislature Legislatures succeeding all Precinct No. 4. M ,13 nut,,. order to r. employment .
or Stat.
Florida be amended so a. to read a* County, School and Municipal Ok.bob. o"I. .
,such regular session of the Legislature. follows: taxes to b* levied In the County rolling pliice : ('ourlbol., .. W 24 to Han.cmk .

tthar la Special or Regular session to "Section 11. No person saall be aublect by the State, County, County School Clerk : U K. MIfor POMI I ?
apportion the representation la the to pe twice put la jeopardy for Board, 8hol Districts Special Tax I".p..tur: .Marlon Martin, Jetion I hence K 41) dog 01niln.
Remote and la the House of Bepresotauves. the ssms offense. nor' compelled la any School and Municipalities Chester Kaulerson E IIU( ft. AM I

a* herein provided. Theregular criminal ease to be a witness against 3. The Lelalatur shall at the Legislative Pcpnty Sheriff: John Chandler. ".,. 31 ., W
-ec\11I. Federal or regular himself nor be deprived of life lib 8IOD la 1MJ and from time to I'reclnci .No. 5, pthegrev Bench Ill ft 17 The RIGHT TO WUKK

fiat* Census wblehsvw shall have erty. or property without due preps time tl.refter. enact laws specifying 1'.IIJr place.: water level N t I 5 )our
on
ko taken nearest any apportionmentat of law: nor shall private property be the *, dutle and compensation C Amendn.ent.0.
N. 0.1 niln W.
dog ,
......Dtatl... la the Senate andMM tai\ ep without Just compensation Thrighi of County Tax dse. lrltoD. ballot Nov. 7th If
AI. 11.1'.lor: It. 24Iit ft. N deg, I approved
to louse of Representatives shall ;-*.reona to work shall no* bedenUdVesabndsed STilted In paragraph 1 of : Ocrcthn Up. "
ami la making such apportion- on account of membemUD 11 and shall likewise. provide BtloD thegruve Kaihi-l Vptbegrove. 15 mln, E ill ft... 23 34 ::18 1.97 will OUAKA.Mtt; the

aana, In UM event the Legislature .::Dr. :non-membership In say for the extension on assessment D" pit) SheriffDad: Foster. Lot 2. Itlk 1, \\'right
atsta fall to reapportloa the repreaenta5ai labor--' nloQ; or labor organisation; roll of the County t of l-rerlavt K*. I. Eagib Day FIrst Addition I "Bight to Work" t* everyone .

la tk. Legleisture fie required by provided, that this hanoI shall not be all taxes levied by the ". rolling piers; Hcott'i Home. Lots 8. 0 and 10 Blk. of union.
Si aaaendment kefore It* adjourn- construed to deny or abridge the right County School 8ard. School Districts I l'lprkl Harry W. llutto. ins City of Okeer. reladle'a

... (lad nail ecWaordlnary eeseloa nf emplovee* by and through a labor Special Tax Dllll aa. M.- : Mrs. J. .M. Mn eboheeliflAltI I

eaSed for repf>ortlonmnt shall notrted irontMtlon er labor union to bargalato1 nlcipalltlis.SeCtIon Oscar hess, Mr. ,'Irot. .
.* expire at the end of 17 ..*. er at all, until reap- Filed I -flfflce Secretary of SUM cry 1. 1M*, The County Tax Collector IJBpntr ,. : C.V.. Nile. t'nIISSJOFISfW "IT IS SIMPLE
....... nat to eneetee.d shall con.ea \In { 1M3: In the County of Blllaborough, SUU of I'olllng Preilmi pluce. N*. 7, Ok..hohe jV J 11 LAUEI IltA ,
hi.lnSi. oUter than mash : city ) ACE IITIIC'f
shall collect aU levied ba lal. I AaERICAISM"
_'I.. fr Polda Clerk : XV. N. Gray 'fl'I', TUB IXTKH-

r"s." aaaMdniMt k* ratified Jm1tJI8otTToM Proposing aa County School by"0aZd.th ..Ot. 1'"II 'lur. : .Mr, Htellu Cauipliall, W. IMPROVEMENT' FUND I I I '
to 144 apeelaJ ra4.5.- Section 34 of Artlelrt Special Tax School Dtetrtet P. II. (1'lo.el. Mr*. Ad" Hancork. 1,1'I'HH SI'AIB OH' FLOUI
-'Uta ines1 >* ..;JBoiutltutlon of the state 1 U.S. .
election of Ben- (>FIlMul Relating to Uniform Omuty nlelpalltle Pppl* MbIrlf: (1. F. SImmons Bv lOY R. RAI'lEISSON. Agent I) Vote FOR AmendlPt No. 5.Nov. ,

Kr-- (WU 1. and Muql *. and Chairman
ar4y-IirsI 44115', Ci5esttiebk.. of Cities sad Pown. lU. frosa Board Cvaatyl Fund soil for l4oarIor I i I
9*, XT.BCSOt-VCD BT Tn LJanlaVLATUBB thereafter *aae4 law s Okeeihobeo''
oust .!'PI".ta.I Iomliolone. of Everglade
log the ftnettea. d. 4oompeaaatlon fow"lulon.r
Bower oa* as> (
or .
to .. nIr'Ir' THX STATS OF FLORIDA: 01 Ilorld. Drainage Okew'hoheetvuoty
CMUMr .' AUnt : ROY R. 1'.tlo.
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