The Okeechobee news
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Title: The Okeechobee news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The Okeechobee Publishers, Inc.
Place of Publication: Okeechobee Fla
Creation Date: August 2, 1946
Publication Date: -1992
Frequency: triweekly[<1989>-1992]
weekly[ former <1926-1945>]
semiweekly[ former <1981-1983>]
three times a week
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Okeechobee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Okeechobee County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Okeechobee -- Okeechobee
Coordinates: 27.241667 x -80.833056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 82, no. 91 (Sept. 13, 1992).
General Note: "The voice of the Everglades."
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 6, no. 24 (Jan. 8, 1926).
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Volume :32-Number 11 Okeechobee, Florida, Friday, August 2, 1946 Price Five Cents

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: Digest Of Recent EXPECTS TO LOCATE -1 Juanell Pearce I ACCIDENTALLY: WHILE FROG : McDougald Says Florida FarmersT .


Opinions By The IX I I And William H. HUNTING WEDNESDAY :NIGHDalton Are, In Much Better Financial

Dr. Leon Eluenman of

,S...' Attorney General Illinois visited with friends Evan.ton'l hurt two I) Peeples MarriedThe i Brett was accidentally Position Than After The Last War

t weeks ego and hoe now advised his I shot Wednesday night while frog ..

--- Intention to make Okeechobee his I hunting in Highlands County He t -

' $1, t. It tnk d.
makealmilar n prhiite nutomohlln illegally I Army he practiced medicine in 111. banked with tiers of pink and white pasture In Highlands County OKEECIIOBEE COUNTY stronger financial position than It i
,4** to the car of the Florida i for about ten years. gladioli and fern presented a love- about eight miles south of State SHOW DECREASE FOR WEEK was at the close of World! War I,

Highway Patrol Attorney General 'i i Mrs. Eisenman Is a native of St. ; ly setting for the wedding of Miss according to S. II. McDougald, Vice
I Augustine and having relatives inI Road Eight and had stopped the car
I J. Tonatson has advised Col.\ II. Ins'llta Juanell Pearce, daughter of Mr. and Payments of unemployment com- President of the, Okeechobee County!
I i several towns In the state aha and were getting out of the car
Mrs. Austin and William
N. Kirkman, director of the patrol. | I Pearce I pensatlon In Okeechobee Couty durIng Bank, who has been designated by

The director had asked for an I ntPt''. ''| prefers to live in Florida.Dr. I II. Peeplcs, of Moore Haven, In an when a 22 caliber pistol fell from I the week ending July 20 amounted the Florida Bankers Association as
and Mr: ,. Elscnman and small
..,. pretatlon of the law which prohibits 81'' early evening: candlelight ceremony. his lap and .hot him through the I to $223.50 and were made to 22I Okeechobee County Key Banker.
child !
plan to come here as soon
**, anyone from coloring a car or motorcycle l word is received from the Florida Saturday, the twenty-seventh. Reve lower part of the jaw, the bullet persons, 3 men and 19wornen. CarlB. Reporting on the results of a national

similar to those of the patrol. I rend M. M. Martin officiated at the lodging beside of his Smith, Chairman of the Florida survey of bank lending In 1945
Medical Association as to the result nose.
The Intention of the low, said the double ring ceremony. Industrial Commission reported made by the Agricultural! Commission .
of the recent examination given by He was carried to the Fort Pierce
', Miss Pearce, given In marriage of the American Bankers Association I
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attorney general, was to prevent anyone the Florida Medical Board In Jacksonville Hospital where he Is reported on Throughout the state he said
.. from fixing: his motor vehicle her father, wore a street length the payments totalling $131,356 were Mr. McDougald, said that
the early part of July. way recovery.
t't" so it would look like one of the ,, I frock of aqua crepe, a white off-the- mad to6,535 persons, 3,727 men and In Florida It shows that farmers use

/II" patrol ca1'&. The law docs not pro- I' face hat with shoulder length veil 2,808 women. This war an Increase only a tenth of the bank credit available .

,. .7P. hrolt the use of colors found on the p. Salter DiedTuesday : and white accessories. She carried a N. F. Waldron Is over payments of $94,772 made the to them. The 145 banks In the

"' patrol vehicles, but It does prohibit white prayer book covered with a previous week. state which serve agriculture, made

' ." the arrangement and design of those j shower arrangement of orchids and Laid To Rest Here Persons qualified In this county | 14,107 loans to 11,185 farmers last

colors being used by private pcr.onx. NightAt tube roses. for compensation, as unemployed year for a total amount of $15,158-

I Miss Juanita Pearce, attending her | through no fault of their own and I 000. On January 1, 1946, these banks

A punchboard which pays off In Fort Pierce twin sister as maid of honor wore an I Sunday Afternoon i registered: as available for suitable I had farm loans outstanding of $9-

money Is a gambling device and any aqua crepe dress and white employment, were classified ael: : 266000. On the same date these

f .* place of business where such boards '| ,__ I sories, with a shoulder accea-I I Skilled pipefitter, one man. Foreman banks had $114,805,000 additionalfor

Pcnnle Salter, 71, Fort Pierre orchids. N F. Waldron died from heart loans had
k' are open to the public is the equlvyL a building one man. Semiskilled bulldozer -. agricultural the farmers

!. alent of a gambling hall, says an resident for the past seven years, Woodrow Peeples attended his attack last Friday Morning, while I I operator, one man. Unskilled j needed It. I

. died at 6:40 m. Tuesday at hi. brother as best man and the ushers That the credit extended the
opinion from Attorney General JJ'I a driving with his wife down Parrott laborer canning, nineteen women I by

Tom Watson to John II. ShuI"an.1 I residence an South Sixth Street were Jesse Rae Watford and J. 0 t : banks to their farm customers Is a
Avenue. Mr. Waldron had suffered
county prosecutor of Jefferson I j ji I after an extended Illness i Wolff Jr. useful tool of agriculture Is shown

f .,(* county. The charge of keeping: and ,, Funeral services will be conducted .1 Mrs. Austin Pearce, mother of the an attack earlier that morning at Mrs. Rubin Lanier ; by a breakdown of these over-all

t maintaining gambling implerientsi I at 2 p. m. Friday at the graveside bride was attired In wh"lte lace, witha home but thought he had sufficiently figures he added. Last year 9,603

i ,' and apparatus for the purpose of In Evergreen cemetery at De-' corsage of roses, while Mrs. Peeples recovered to go: ahead with! The Latest War j farmers procured farm production

jt, gambltg may be placed agalst theJgoS i I Funlak Springs, where he was mother of the groom, wore a the day routine and when the attack I loan In an aggregate amount of

proprietor of a place where such reared.The blue and white flowered crepe dress I 10202000. Farm real estate loans
. I struck him his Wife took hold
Bride Arrive Here
". punchboards are kept the attorney ) deceased came here from and carnation corsage. were made to 1,582 farmers for a
.pc of the steering, wheel of the car to
. :*, general declared He also may be i Okeechobee. lie was a carpenterand Before the bridal party entered the I I total of $4,956,000. On January 1,
avoid It. j
wrecking i
.Vv guilty of permitting people to play' was formerly engaged In' the church, nuptial music was played byI!I !, r 1946, there were outstanding In the
Newton Franklin Waldron
was have
War Brides
. for money In a place of which he''' nawmill business. lie was a mem-, Mrs. J. H. McCranie and Miss Ernes-j I Many come { banks $5,922,000 In production loans

.r has charge | ber of the Georgiana, Ala., Masonic tine Hunt sang, "At Pawning" and | born in Manatee County 76 years i the USA In the recent months, but and $3,278,000 In long-term farm l
\ ago and moved with his family to I I
.i I lodge.Surviving. "Bccaune". I none more truly pronounced 1 than real estate loans.
) Okeechobee in 1914 and had made
Warrants from the Miami munlcl- I II4 / are the widow, Mary Following the ceremony, a reception ;I Okeechobee'. own. And with this "The fact that Florida farmers
this his home since.
pal court or of other city court Ella; three son, Quinton and was held at the home of the j i i I have found It necessary to use only
any 'statement to Hazel La-;|
I Ir his widow he Is survived we come one
he served policemen Winston of Fort Pierce and J. G. bride's parents where :Mrs. T. W. Besides |: a small part of the bank credit
may by city any'whi bv'. '. ive C. C., Smiley, Celan,' nler. Hazel, when Interviewed In her j
're In the county, Attorney Gene i i of Georgian, ,, Ala.; three daughters Conely I Jr. presided at the punch "' sons !! available to them Indicates that they
n.8w domicile this week, was quite at
i1 and| Julius, and five )I
rat! J. TonI Watson has Informed j Mrs. Clayton Howard of Fort bowl, assisted by Mrs. Roy Draughonand Harnty dau/th./ ; are fay : financial post-
jf ...' t.r(1'8.. AIIf Lelghtner and Mrs.'Bud home and thoroughly In tune with J>
&. I Pierce, hire Alto Watford of i iOW Mrs. E. II. Hun'v The beautifullyappointed J I tion ( they 'have been for
Sheriff Jimmie Sullvan of Dad todayjthan .
.'S 1'enl.anv of Okt. liobee everything und Juit as pictured. ( .. .
coJltytWarrantl'of the municipal t ..chobee t and TlrsrJ."L. nti\e of'i i tabll, wasctnter! 4 with I MI'\:\ many ?? McDougald '_,,Id:
. John/Widener of Lakeland Mr,. Well, with everything perhaps ex-\, :
officials Miami; a brother, John Salter Port the wedding cake which was decorated \ 'During,the war years farm Incomes-
court can be served by city \ \ Lawrence Raulerson and Mrs Frank' cept one thing and thatl the r III'ny. i
St. Joe sister, Mrs. N. 0. Richard with pink roses and topped have been high and farmers have-
within the territorial limits of the ; a Campbell\: of Fort Pierce, and I I many hot day Hazel, quite true to
a number i
. PeFuniak Springs: ; 11 grandchildren with a mlnaturo bride and itroom I I '1 wisely used their earnings to pay
county in which the city Is located I grandchildren and other relatives her name 1 Is no blond; nor can it be
__ I and four at-grandchild- Mrs. Peeples was graduated from -I down debt and accumulate savings
here.Funeral !I said a brunette, but with a touch of,
ren.-Fort Pierce News-Tribune the Okeechobee High School with the I Iin War Bonds and bank account
Public school teachers quarantined I services ocnductdd shall we say red, black, brown; or I '
class of 1914 while Mr. were "The high l level of bank assets and
In attended
Mr. Salter was well known Peepli-s -
for polio are entitled to payduring ,: at the cemetery here 'Sunday afternoon .i better, a mixture of all three, and
the Moore Haven School being the high degree of liquidity of the
Okeechobee where he made his I
their enforced absence justai at three o'clock with Rev. W. thus a true hazel type. First word of
home many years before going: to graduated In 1941 later attending 1 I banks assure Florida farmers of I
though thc:,were sick themselves, H. Harden officiating assisted by the coming of hazel to America waaby
Ft. Pierce. He suffered the first the University of Florida at : ample bank credit In the future to
declared General J. Tom contact from the Red Cross at
Attorney Rev. :M. M. Martin. Burial followed ,
stroke here before moving to Ft. Gainsvlllc. He has recently been discharged meet all of their needs.At .
Watson In an opinion to State School i In the Okeechobee j New York wiring the local office I
Colin A Pierce. from the U. S. Army. cemetery. I that the bride due and I the end of last year, Florida
Superintendent, English. { ship was tot
I pall bearers were R E. Willis, |
teacher living next door to a house :j: :Mr. and Mrs. Alto Watford accom- When the young couple left for the Van Lighttey, and J. R. Rhoden. give Instructions to what destination country banks had an average of 1
the DeFuniakI honeymoon, the bride wearing I cash and United States Government
panled body to was a
where there was polio was quarantined -,I ehe should proceed and the customary -

for seven days. In another I Springs, this week where It was black and white suit with 'black accessories. i I HUMBLE OIL routine of seeing to it thati I bonds equal to 91 per cent of their
cave cited to the -attorney general, laid to rest. Upon their return, they funds were provided for the trip deposits. By contrast In 1929 count'
will make their home in :Moore ry banks In this state had cash and I
the health department quarantineda I I other than fare which had been
C. H. Holcomb, Manager of the Haven. I government securities equal to less
school principal because her daughter I taken care of. The Red Cross was

had diptheria. The attorney gen Okeechobee Motor Company, ha* not exactly first In this, for first ; than 31 per cent of their deposits.
CHURCHES OF CHRIST from the Chan ber of Commerce
i Report
I ratio of Is of
rented the Clifton Ellis home in The high liquidity one
eral pointed out that the legislature I the I I'Hu'mble came Rubin. Rubin had been
SCIENTIST that Clyde Long of
indications for
intended to recognize: Illness by allowing East Okeechobee and moved his here! the U. S. Army In England: and being the most promising
Fort "LOVE, Is the subject of the; Oil Company called the continued financial well-being of
the superintendent to family here yesterday from 1 with a detachment in South Wales
county readsin hlnllocating !
Lesson-Sermon which will be twice this week and resulting In
grant: leaves of absence in the case Pie rce. I II first met, and then In due order our farm community"Providing
Churches of Christ, Scientist,! their well drilling outfit In I bank credit to meet the
of Illness of a teacher, and he considered I I wooed and won the beautiful Welsh ,
I 'hroughout the world on Sunday, Okeechobee for work to be done'
needs of agriculture, for constructIve -,
:Mr. and Mrs. Leland Graham ofi
an enforced absence by lassie of, well a good guess would be
August 4. throughout this area Mr Long advised !
1 Is of the
i Birmingham, Ala., were visitors purposes only one
quarantine the equivalent of illness, nineteen summers, and who lit a :
The Golden Text it: "Be perfect that a total of nineteen families services being rendered by the
when ordered by the public health I spending the week end here with; ) short time will have been an old tim
be of ,good comfort, be of would In soon as living
The1 come as banks to their farm customers, Mr.
department. Mr. and :Mrs. S. H. McDougald. er and permanent realdent. Hazel has
one n-lnd, live In peace; and the condition. would pert-it. These peo-1 I McDougald pointed out. Working
i I Graham's have been friends of the much to look forward to In the man j
I God of love and peace shall be with pie will be In this locality for about with their state association and with
A woman who was penniless when McDougalds for many years and I ner of being an old timer If she;
you" (II Cor. 13:11). one year. Mr. and :Mrs. Long and two 1 the Bankers Association's j
thin Is the first time they have had
she was committed to the state hospital takes her father-in-law as the shinIng American
Among the citations which corrprlsc daughters will be the first to arrive. I 1 Agriculturist Commission, the banks
for the Insane, and who later the opportunity to visit them since example of what an old timer in
the Lesson-Sermon Is the following They plan to be here by Monday ] I have been .
a program:
dt they moved to Okeechobee. I IMr ,
inherited a considerable sum money these parts ahould be. Hazel may be
from the Bible "Beloved, next. which will result in benefits
will not have to pay hack boardto I let love i I but nineteen but the venerable Mose' many
love another for
us one :
to the farm community
the state, ruled Attorney General' and Mrs. Pete Goodwin and i Lanier Is of sixty-nine aummers, a
Is of God; and every one that lov- I IIENDRY-WOM\CK I "One Immediate aim of this prop
J. Tom Watson In an opinion to little daughter of Miami were visitor sturdy farmer and ranch worker and
God and knoweth God
eth ls born of "
Mr. McDougald said, "Is to
County Judge J. E. Peacock of Vol- spending the first of the week with a boasted pride of having nevi: gram
He that loveth not knoweth not God; I Mr. and Mrs. Charles Walter Hend ) prevent post-war inflation. The
unto County. The attorney general here visiting at the home of Mr, and er been, out of the State of Florida.
for Is love" II John 4:7 an-1
God : 8)
ry of Jacksonville Beach, Florida banks are encouraging: their farm
Mrs. Van and Mr. and Mrs.C .
,. pointed out that the woman remain- Llghtsey The Lesson-Sermon also Includes I Further Mose Is proud of his coat
i'pounce the engagement: : of their customers to continue to save
.id an Indigent: patient until she Inherited E. Bretton Mrs. Goodwin Is the of tan, his strong muscle his handle
the following passage: from the daughter, Gloria Ruth, to Ragan ,, through purchase of U. S. SavingsBonds
sister of Mrs
certain money. At that time Mu.A.I bar mustache and his hog calling
Christian Science textbook, "Science I riel Womack, .on of Mr. and Mrs.R. : and avoid going: : Into debtto
h< r statue changed and she was required 1 ability.
and Health with Key to the Scrip.turea" Womack of Okeechobee, Florida. buy farm land at high prices.
to ray for her lodging at the C\KD OF THINKS 1 Mr. and bin,. Mose Lanier and son
by Mary Baker Eddy: "Love, The wedding will take plpce on The average price of farm land In .
hospital,* but she could not be I Rubin lived well and have been little .
We wish to extend our heartfelt the divine Principle, Is the Father August 8th at the First Baptist Florida Is now 57 per cent above the
barged I l for the time she spent there ) I upset by the much churned OPA.
thanks to our many friends and and Mother of the universe, Includ- Church, Okeechobee Florida. at 5:30: 1935-39 average. This follows the
before receiving her Inheritence. I The Lanier's home Is close by the
neighbors for their kindness and ing man. The precise form of God All friends of the couple are Invited pattern of the rise during the World

deepest sympathy In the death of must be of small Importance In comparison to attend I banks of the Klsslmmee River, close, War I period to the boom peak In
Where a county and city combinein enough so that the boat Is easily
with the sublime I
our beloved husband, father and question 1920. Bankers are watching this situation

building a jail the county sheriff rran-dfatber. What Is Infinite Mind or divine CARD OF THANKS iI i hauled out and set up against the closely and are urging their

a- jail custodian, can waive fees to barn at the rear of the house, all
Love combination
No form
I Mrs X. F. Waldron and family. nor physical I customers to keep In a safe financial
which he might be entitled for prlsloners . 1 Is adequate to represent Infinite We take this opportunity to extend ready for the next fishing trip. position. ..

turned over to him by the city. -- -- I Love" (p. 256:7-8,16-18,24-25): our thanks to the people 'Of Hazel) may have been lured by 1;

Attorney General J. TOni Watson ad- ace, notably In Tallahassee and Leon Okeechobee for the many kindnesses : much promise from Rubin, who, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Simmons and

vied A. L. Johnson of Milton Witos county. The sheriff does not collect Representative and Mrs Hendry extended us In the death of It Is assumed said naught to'' Mr. and Mrs. Malcolm Simmons of

; pointed out that a number ofn"'t.cltr fees from the city for the prisoners I I spent Monday night and Tuesday Basil Bowden. I her of the Mason and Dixon Line,' Fort Slyer were visitors spending-

jail combinations are In they require locked up. J In West Palm Beach THE BOWDEN FAMILY I! (Continued on Page 3)) ,, Tuesday afternoon In Okeechobee.

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Electric Water Healers Electric Record Players Dormeyer Electric Mixer GILBERT

$89.50 Radios $46.95 Electric Water Pumps $22.50 ijI

$26.15-Up $145.50 COMPANY- '

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P0440 h'hW S .+':hh'ah'' h MMICLASSIFIED I Wilbur C. King of Wu'bula,1 NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS on tho cover of the propsal The right BEE MABEL COl'NTr.P. FT01MnAUy RAULBRBON.Clirk .
oIu; [ l\fUS OtFIOK OF TilE STATE I Is reserved to reject any or all blda Circuit Court of
of the
i c' State Senator from that district 1(0I nrl'VRTMENT SATE! ROAD DEPARTMENT; ,OFFl Okeechobee County Florida, '
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I ADS and newly elected member of th. i Tallahassee, I'lorl lu .OKIUAF as agent for sali Boards
I';. HaUiss, Chairman
July 30. 11)4f\ I By Connie W, Rauleraon
'S Published Every Frld.1.. Florida Railroad Commission, was a Herndon 1'. Luloney, State Highway Deputy Clerk
.. Okeechobea Ntwi Co., tt okueb'* visitor spending several hours in : I'KOUKIMStnlid I --

bet Okeechobe County, Florida Okeechobee last Friday afternoon bide will bi' HM'thi'il at this NOTICE OF INTENTION TO

FOR SALE Large nine room two. I II "fflii from (JuallflPd "tnl.torM un-I I SELL LAND

I tll 10:111: A, M 1. (II':, S. '1',) on the, :
BRYANT BOWDEN . .. .. Wltor Story house Eait Okeechobee. VOTICFTHie cnmml.llon-I 2.inl day ..Aiiirimt. llilil for tin con NOTICE: IS HEltEBY GIVES pier

-- -' See Mrs J. \ShiUhurst Rt I Jlnnrd of Conntv stniilloii of the Honing. 11" ih'ral Aid pursuant to Section 13: I .
on of Okeir-huliee County hereby In- Siioniliiry' I rojuts :. J9t5't, laws of lliridn. Acts of lull.
Entered a* second class mitt. July Box 161tANTEI1 to nod Section' fl7. Uiaptir 11717 Laws
vile bide for windows and doors I I 1'I'rlll Mil "NniMHlirt I'rojmt N .
1. 1911, it the Port Office In Oie *b e' 11)31. amended
of the if Florida Acts cf n
In' nerd l In tin rniiHtrmtlon I I M-IIIHII. loll No Iliun! M.Ih'| Stall KomiNo .
bee, Fin. under Act of Mar 8, 18T Section 11 Chapter 20OT8 In.. s ofNlorldn
NumbersHliown by
oki 'huhw .unity Hospital liilnuuthn '
I .1 Ml OkiHhihfi. ( omit). : :
-- Waitress, See Salter of lull and iilso pnr
the I II ( Acts ,
those appearing oil
are mid HIXMIIork '
nkiu'hiiliiflriorl '
SUBSCRIPTION RATE \\itfortl at, I I 11"MX, nf old huxldtnh| : l mid plans be I I g'r. \\' ;loimlHts of| th"iii:,,atrIott"tiof ; enact Laws of to Section Florida 42,Acts Chapter of loll 20722.. asamcniliil

One Year In advance . . . .. .$..00 ALTO'S BAR-B-QI!I In INK:: of on HitItoiinl fill, with I the nf Ilnapltul County:: ::;: CommitHlunrrs Commit: : I flinhir Klrnilnris mid i OIK'rile mil bridge lin'Idi minillilrnlnin.v 'ntnlItnns M' rect'nn II). Chapter 1041 22070 and a

. . 1.00 I' I inns otM'lorliln. Acts of 11"
Months In advance , I at
Six and "|1"11 to limpnllon" any 'MMmt tidal linvlh Is 1)17.1inlli \ Sictlon 41 Months In advance . .. 'fl I 1 I liilxliitNS hours :
:Three Mrs. O. L, Raulemon returned tlmi iliirlnit ; .. Inrlila. ,XetH of 1 Ml. ns amended bv
I Hide meat In rui''hi',I not later than A nrtlfleil iheck III amoiiiit nf 8,'Hlon 21 Chapter 2J07J. Lnwg of

h) her home here Friday Night M.nil.n'. AiiKimt Dili li'lllln' <) livery i flsuiHN" niliniMililt' to lln hair Ill: the following .

Reading notices In local column. Wcents niiiHt In stale, 'il. man, nf Hit State lloail Diparlniint, mrllid I Inane In Ukiichuhra' County,
H line, Kates for display adver from, Galnsville where she spent I 7 Mlmliws 2 ft N In XI ft 2 In, X: I with I the m,....Knr\. <<1ll1t''o Ii,,"'II IIII'tt I' I 1"lurlllI. to-wit ;

Mslngfnrnlshed on application Clu.Ifh.tI I, II i day< vixltlnu friends Mr. Raul. 1 % U II.. 4 lights. I IIr)' 1 111111I1'| u 11 in'Ijl'd. ideal aiiiiiniianvnull Lot B R ((1, Hlk. II City of Okee
advertising, 2 rents each w.r< I 17 uliiilonn :I 1'1. 4 In XI/ ft. 2 ID hid' MiilnnlltMl fir IliN | chobee !

tier Insertion All Hero regarding en. i',on made tin trip then< to tiring \ It In. D II.. 4 lights, I Ii icrllflnl t theck.. shall ln 'lr"J"I'\\ hole 2 through R Inc & /I to 10

I terprtscs condncted for profit are 1" back i 7 Klmlmn;: : J ft' S In Joj ft. 2 lu. x le I 11: ilay of tin lad, for \ Inc" Illk. 111, City of Okeecbo I
chargeable at advertising rate. 11, In U. II,, i IlKhtsi I hula. 1'II.hl..r'o I ilioikM wilt ,, I tune i
-- --- -- ---- u -- -- nluluus 2 ft. U In x 4 ft 2 In, rse
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r ncicilid 'It hi iliukH if the two Lots 2 through S Inc
.. .. \ 1'% In, D. II. 2 lltthtsI of OkicchobeeFnt
f hllfl..ro will 11 ilipoHlted Ine Bib 11)1 City '
u x Illf'IC'lflnnrmff'lr.Jf'jI'lTJOMOIImI: nliiilnus :3 !'t. 4'i In XI/ ft 9 Inuliil I 1"1
I Thp minimumMIITI, imlil tn 4. Illk, 139. City of Okeecho- ,
I Ill mm'mi'nls. lute. I II
Hklllnl blur "inilo\nl\ on bee
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BUSINESS & PROFESSIONAL I ,dour 3 ft 4 In. x 0 ft. 10 In x tract I chill be $1 no IK'r hour '1 he ,,, .ol* 1 to B. Illk 100. City of Okee ,
i 144 In. glue.
nil lahnr chobee
lo "
I doors; .' 't. U In x 0 ft. 10 In. x mum wnor" pnlil '
I liuillnti, grade. 'nil,Imoil on this I'nll.1 Ill 4. It'k.: 4. Soulhi Place Ad,I.
it's i in? filial iloiirs hour. Lots 3 to 7 Inc. Blk 79, City otOkeeel..l'e
shnll In 71 mil
tract l per
9 r I doom, 2 fl, 10 In. x 0 ft. 10 III. X .

=DIRECTORY= I i id : I Hi" In, flush ilimrsi minimum iinilo wage,il 'on,liilil this to contrail all nnsklllnl111or shnllbp I.ot 4. Illk" 20, South Okeechohee I I ISn ,
I ,liar 4 ft II In. x 0 ft. 10 lu x: if Lot 41JI1V1010ft.ofNi..4nt

..... .. ....,................ _bI. 1 In. flush doors IMI mils !per hour OutHlile declamation '''.
,. . .. .. H tN1tJ) ).. .ell work lo bi il.nc In nccordnncpvllh lot 41. I
.1t I
;1" :: : .. lt u .w,... ..........." tWI./-R.I.JI\lItilU/t:1I" : : U di.ors. 2 ft. U In x 0 ft. 10 In x JoII"'IfIl'IIIIII"o milSpiMlnl Lots 1 to 4 Inc k 10 to 12 Inc. -"
I t hf' plans |
1., In. flush doors
111111,1'' Blk 87, City of Okeechobce '
of the Sluti
; 1"'lolnllo ,
I ituom 2 ft 10 III x 0 ft. 10 lu. X altPiilton ,Isfiillnlto i will lie iiiured for sale at ptiollc oat->
Di'tiartmi lit
1"' In. Klin bldl!
I whll'h111 IPfnriilHhiil cry for the highest and beet cash
East Side Grocery WISTERIA 1 ,dour 2 ft. 0 In X (1 ft, 10 In X Kpulal l'rr.rialulio inch pronosnl The attontlon. Hiiliject! tn the right of the: Hoard ofIr''mmt.elnnera !
wit h
I 1 % doors. alas. Drain
f virginI.
Vernon &. Bertha Stain DRUG SUNDRIES 2 '\\r::;; ir, J ft II In x 0 ft. 1010. x I I' if liliMirs Is illreiti'd In the it-l' Klstrkt ami 'or Board of CountyiiunUslonii ,

1 "S In.. ?lass. I Miwlal I'rinMoiis io\prlnir alihlrt'itno , ', ?I Okce,'h..bee County, II' I II I
PrOII" I I iloor 2 ft. S In x 0 ft 10 til. x: I or nMlirtilnsT HIP conlraitIToni I i ,rlila to 11..1 i inn iinil nil Mils '*)

I II I XEWS CANDIES 1\' irlnns I ..nl. nl'l he ftrlllahrto, "il, 'no 1'0111'1 hOlleI'. beginning at 10:00 '

Complete Line Of tdoor.3ft I 91,1o xOfLSlitx1: % I (Oiinllflpil iilrnilors. upon uri'lliatIon n.i.lock A. M on the 19th day of
: Iu This offlci FOR TIH: KIM OF 11)10 last' for dralnami .
STATIONERY It glees. Digital rnt I ... :
GIUlCEIUES I 1 ,door 2 ft, 10 In. x 0 ft. 10 In x: *1 F\CII IMnim lent' bp pun IUardfrom :i, 'I i rrhnonlluti; , : purposes' |.
iffloi for I the sum ..f ,T. :No '
FOUNTAIN SERVICE 1", III.. class I will, he 7:
I IFI'i1l ; nipnsnN will\ In l hated nnli, rl'- Hi reaerved.'I|.' roMMI !SlOM-KSi'!
MEATS II lours 3 ft. 0 In x 0 ft. 10 In x: I ; IiItt
SUNDRIES 1", III. gin... .,lIf'ate" far 111.in, ate fl"1.,1 ly this ill KOI1)I:s DRAIN'.hOE .ses
: IKiMdi OP (01n' I'OMMII uffl,.? nl hunt 21 h'nr. I.'lor, In the DlSriUClIlll mini to1fZI > sa1 ca ,

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".\ I'. lt.ACI.RIISON, Clerk -
I I BLICTIflM the Collection ol Taxes, ty Amending I ICJI1.lItution The Legislature inan at the t f 4" a a
WHEREAS The Lcgnlatur. of KM r s.- ,lions 11 and 1) ol Article VIII of the lativs Session o( 1947, sod tine to
NOTICE I under the Constitution of 1685, ot the of the State of Florida as time thereafter enact wfo"p I .. .

OKEECIJOBEE COUNTY FLORIDA I I IO'l'1CE State of Florida, did psss ( Joint R.soutlons Adopted at the General Election of November the powers, function, duties end com ,. .
lnly 1(1. 1940 : proposing amendments to the 1044 said Amendment to Pro peniatlon of County Tax Collector designated
IS IIFUEBY GIVEN that: Constitution of I' of Florlds and vide for the Numbering of Sections In paragraph 1 of this l Section IS, t
pursuant to Section' 0 of Chapter the same were agree to by a vot 11 and 1J of Article VIII 91 the Constitution and doll likewise provide for the col. .
v"1HI' laws of Florida, Acts of 1937, I three-flttha J ef I frh'; members ctJto of the State of Florid ss Adoptedat lection, care, custody, reporting and dis.
OKEECHOBEE DR C. R. BIBB known as the MLKPIIY ACT and In each house that the votes oa said tbs Genersl Election In November bur ement o( all taxes collected by toe II'
pursuance of Chapter 338, Laws of I Joint Resolutions were entered upon 1944, and. to Amend Section It and li County Tax Collector
STORE I.lorlila Acts of 1041 known. the their respective Journals. with the ,... of Article VIII of the Constitution of "
LIQUOR rnHOl.Arn: !'! DRAINAGE DIS and nays thereon, and they did determine the Stats of Florida. and to Provide, that I 4 Nil
DENTIST '11I1CT ACT. the following described' and direct that the said Joint in the County of Hillsborough Slate of HOUSE JOINT RESOLUTION NO lID
lind situated In verglades Drainage Resolutions be submitted to the electorsof Florida the County Tax Assessor shallAsssss A JOINT RESOLUTION Proposing an
District In Okeechohee County Florida the State st the General Election inNovember the Property: of the County for Amendment to Article XVI of the Con.stitution t
Only Bar In Town I 1M5, the of Levying State County of Florida I
purpose By '
will be offered for sale at publicontcrv : eAnSt.dlt
OFFICE nOURS for the and best cash NOW THEREFORE, I. R A DRAT Schools and Municipalities In the County Adding I ti're onal Section to )
highest Secretary of Slate ol the State of Florida of Hillsborough Except the City of Plant Provide for the Appointment bJ a Conaurr.nt ..
hid subject to the right of the Tear do hereby give notice! City, Florida, which Shall be Exempt Resolution of the Senate and
PHONE IA.M.to5P.M toes of the Internal Improvement GENERAL io'N\ I front the Provisions of this Amendment, I House of Representatives of a Directorof
Fund and of the Board of Commie. win be held In each county In Florida Taxes Levied by the State, County:: the Budget and to Authorize th* Leila* ,
Seward Swain sloners of Fverglades Drainage DI.. on Tuesday next succeeding the first County School Board School Districts, lature to Prescribe' his Powers and
OKEECROBEE. FLORIDA trlct to reject any and all bids, at the I Monday In November, A. D. 1941, the Special Tax School Districts ..ndh.. Duti... Qualifications and Term of Of '
Courthouse beginning at 10 :00 Mid Tusidsy being the Municipalities ol the County Except the tire.BE
clock A. M on the 10th day of FIFTH DAY OF NOVEMBER City of Plant City, Florida, IT RESOLVED BY THE LEGISLA.: t.
August Itlil! A. to parcels of land :for the ratification or rejection of the BE IT RESOLVED BY THE LEGISLATURE TUBE OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA
of ten acres or more title to one half : d Joint Resolutions proposing Amendments : OF THE!: STATE OF FLORIDA That the following Amendment to AT
of petroleum and three-fourths of to the Constitution 01h.. State That the following Amendment of tide XVI of the Constitution ot toe State
other minerals will\ be reserved by of Florida vl 1&1 Article VIII of Ute Constitution of the 01 Florida. by adding thereto so .ddl
Irustees of the Internal i -- State of Florida relative to the Assessment tional section to be known as Section M
Fisnil Improvement and Collection ot all taxes In the be and the same la hereby agreed to andshall
Easements for
road right of SENATE: : JOINT RESOLUTION NO 883 County of Hillsborough State ot Florida. be submitted to the electors of the
won 200 feet wide will be reserved by A JOINT RESOLUTION Proposing an by Numbering Section 11 as adopted Stele 01 Florida for ratification or re.jection .
aAtlantic said Trustees from any parcel through Amendment to the Constitution of the st the General Election of 1944 so as to .t the general election for R.pr. '.
Burney Kelz which there is an exlmlng state ronjl : I State of Florida, to be known ss Article make It read Section 11 of Article VIII ..ntaUvea to b. held In the ear 1948,
I Service, S tat and easement for drainage and XX Sections I and I, Thereof Relatingto of the Constitution of the State of Flee as followal "
Formerly reclamation and for road 1"rp".1 the Consolidation Abolishing or Cresting Ida. end by Amending Section 12 of SECTION 34. The Legislature shall by
Paul D. Robbtna Owner will he reserved bv the llonrilf of of Certain County Offices, and the Artlcl. VTII of the Constitution of the law provide for a the Budget, '
Commissioners of Everglades Ifraln Assessment and Collection of Municipal: State of Florida, as adopted st the General I who ahaB be appointed tOyOI.a concurrent .
Denmark' age District C / Tsxes by County Tax -Officials In Orange Election In November, of 1944 soss resolution of the Senate and House ol .f'
EXlDE BATTERll\S\ < I County Florida and Providing for Referendum to make It read Section 13 of Article Representatives, and shall by law, consistent .
?M rlptlon Electlorts for. R,- VIII of the Constitution of the Stat. of with other provisions of this Con j.tltutlon.
LEE TIRES Late 1. T. & 11, Kile 111 'Cltv I I' jectlon of any Law of Laws a1cJ by Florida end to exclude the City of Plant prescribe nls, power. and stutlee,
of Okcechohpe the legislature of the state loridaas City from said Amendment Be and the provide for his qualifications and term .
Complel home Oulllllen lots 1 & 0, Blk 103 City of Okeeihohee Provided In said Proposed Amend same Is hereby: agreed to and shall bs of office, the length of which shall be
GAS.-OlL- GREASINGOKEECROBEE ment. submitted the Electors of the Stats wholly within the discretion of the Leg
lots 13 H 13, Illk 1. Okeecholice BE IT RFSOLVED BY THY LEGISLA. of Florida for Ratification or Rejectionat islature and shall not be limited by Sec
Heights TURK OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA the General Election to be held on lion 7, Article XVI of the Constitution.t .
FLA. 11. J. Eo Cone. MI' i.ots i. n & a, Bik i3t: riM of That the following amendment to the the first Tuesday after the first MondayIn
I Okeechohce I Constitution 01 Florida. \0 be known at November 1846
Article XX Sections 1 and a, thereof SECTION li 1. From and after January COMMITTE SUBSTITUTE
T.nte 1 to 10 Inc Blk 4. Okeecholier
? relating to the consolidation abolishingand 1, 1948 the County Tax Assessor ofHillsborough HOUSE JOINT RESOLUTION NO. 73
mights eating of certain County officesnlcipal County shall assess all
1.ots 1 to 10 Inc? Blk B. Okeecho- and for .se."ent and coll.ctlon of mu. property for all State County, School Amendment of Section 30. of Article III '
bee Heights taxes by County tax officers. In and Municipal Taxes to bs levied In of the Constitution of the State of Flor
Lot 1 to 12 Inc. Hlk 8. Okeecho Orange County Florida, and providing Hillsboroufih County: by: the State. Ida Relating to Appropriations

4 -I LfALTO'S lice Heights for referendum elections lor acceptanceor County County School Board School BE IT RESOLVED BY THE LFGI LA.
Tits 1 to I 0 & 11 to 14 Inc, nik rejection of any law or laws enactedby Districts, Special Tax School Districts and TUBE OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA
The Fredrick Studio 7, Okeechohec II<'Iglitf. the Legislature of Florida as provided Municipalities except In the City of Plant That the following amendment ot Section .
lots 1 4 therein be submitted t.., the qualified City Florida which City shall be exempt 30 III
to Inc IRk S, Okeecho Article of the Constitution of
BAR.B. ? electors of the State of Florida for adoption from the provisions of this e
wn (Up.talre Over Raulelon' hee Heights : ; nLe'II. the Stat of Florida relating to appropriations
a or rejection st the next general 2 The Legislature shall, st the
Is hereby agreed to and shall be
SALTER WATFORD, I Lots 3 to 12 Inc Illk 0. Okeicho
election to be held In the year 1940towlt lative Session In 1947 and from time to submitted to the electors of the State
Dept. Store) luc Heights : time thereafter enact laws specifying the of Florida for ratification
or rejection at
Lots 1 & 2. Illk 71 city of Okceh duties and
powers, compensation
the next General Election to b held In
Barbequea, Pork and Beef ,, ARTICLE XX '
>liciiuisTrr9. of the County Tax Assessor designated
November, A D. 10,3. that Is to that
or THE INTER'' SECTION I. The Legislature author'Ized in Paragraph 1 of Section 12. and aid Section 30, Article 111 ot the say Con.stltutlon .
Fresh Dally Portrait Commercial NM IMI'IUI\rMFNT FIND and empowered to provide by law shall likewise provide by law for the of the State of Florida shall b*
or Tiir sTVin or riou or laws enacted by It st Its regular seislon extension on the Assessment Roll ol the amended and as amended shall read as
IP.\ held In A. D, 1947 or at any County Tax Assessor of all taxes levied follows:

lBl'RGERSBOT DOGS and po\rD op roMvi'sioNFUs! ; regular session thereafter, for the consolidation by the State County County School SECTION 30 Laws making :;- .
abolishing or creating of any Board School Districts, Special Tex 01Ihu6"
OF l UOIADES DHA1Nn :. \ proprlftlons for the salaries
Florida Schooi!
.\ : nI8THII"I' Count Offices In Orange County Districts and Municipalities located officials and molovees and all other
COLD DRINKS Ariel PhotographyParrott Provided, there Is excepted from In the County of Hill'bormigh
n)' MABFL P. RArrFHSON. Agent expenses the State' hall contain Dto.vialona -
this Article of all nOln
for rnistees of the effocts of Judges State of Florida with the exception ol : other nblect; nor shall anappropriation
the Internal courts; and to provide for the assessmentand the City of Plant City which Is hereby be
an InciJent
.\ve. Phone 143 D.\U\S CLAY Owner Imprr-emont Fund pad I collection of municipal taxes and 'exempt from the provisions of this bill all stats appropriations ol any other
for Bonnl of Commissionersof ; except approprlatlons *
assessments. or either of them by Countytax I Amendment
r\iT-liilei for the c" :ty schools, counties
frlct. Ikeechohee Drainage DIs. officers In said County.the consolidation Any low so I SECTION 13, 1. From end after January cities, or other politics: subdivisions
I rionlti County, enacted respecting or 1. 1048 the County Tax Collector In 01 the State. appropriations : perma-
offices shall
creation of any County prescribe the ol Hillsborough, State ol lent Improvements and buildings for '
duties and I 'lcf.ou.t:1I
oh.lh powers, compensation therein ; collect all taxes levied In stat Institutions as provided for by laws
NOTICf: TO ('IwTBSe'TOlie officers designated I the the State, County, County enacted at the 1845 legislature or prior
1HARDEN'S and discharge the duties ofthe
01 Hit: OF Tilt: IIr \Tt: to consolidated or created and School Boar School Districts. Special I legislatures and for pensions, retirement
Ito SD DH'VFITMf: offices so enacted respecting the assessment ; Tax School Districts and Municipalities funds and trust funds, shall be Included
law '
any so of Hillsborough County Florlds exceptIn 'In one general appropriation bill
lalluhiiKHM rlorhli and collection of municipal taxes or any
East SidePackage Tnlv :to 191111lkIwTF.x1I'Iiontat and assessments, or either of them by the City ol Plant City. It being exempt amendment or supplement thereto and
: 1v county tax officers shall provide for the from the provisions of this Amendment .h.ll be for no longer than two yeara,
2. The Legislature shall st the Legislative All approprlatlona made prior to the
elyd\ l hl,1111I hi rwihcd' at this'I assessing. collecting. accounting for and
ot 1947 and from adoption cf this section uhlch
Session time totime
are contrary
Tinker ftl., from. disbursing of said taxes snd/or assessments
Shop ? ijiiiilirinl a'''nun-l. rn un thereafter enact laws specifying the to the pioviiions of thin section ,
Store ill 10 til ..A.i.. (IIII.. 'F.I I l mi the :2nd authorities tohe and appropriate for compensation municipal for powers, functions, duties and compensation shall expire as of July 1, 1947.
rlnof 'ingimt, 1II'I.! for I the "I'rror I If of County Tax Collector, designated -- -
General Repairing f I ill... III.. .. or thi fi.llowlng work : I' such rendered county Incident taxing thereto officers That for service K any In Paragraph 1 ol, Section 13. and shall ; .4

Mile l'rll.Io'I. doho: IIIIII-IOI ihuil, l I such law respecting the consolldstlon likewise provide toe the collection care. HOUSE JOINT AESOLUTION NO. t
Liquor. \\lnes Cordial \" :"i. Ukf"'f'"hr' loimn. hotwiiJ\ or creation of any county offices Is accepted custody, reporting and dlsbi rcmrnt of A JOINT RESOLUTION Proposing"In
\\e Tn Hard h s,|Inltti'r, IUMT and Hlln'l I No 104 and the reterendunselection all taxes collected by the County Tax Amendment 10 Article V of the Conltl-
to Please r.fII .tl.rd
\'ou- W"rl> to consist.. of reworking anilulilnlnu such law shall Collector. of Florida by Adding Thereto an

EAST OKEECIIOBEE 1 a 'f.'lIolI nf an slating Ilmli become effective with respect to the attires Additional Section Relating to the Election
.",')k Iinor. niil\lng|'| n llllamliiiiiis affected thereby on the first Tuesday of the Judge of the Court of RecordIn
Che la a Trial NOrfu'I'nvltet'eta I nod 1111'1,1",1,1, after the first Monday In Januaryof HOUSE JOINT RESOLUTION NO 117 and for Escsmbls County and the t
Immediately succeeding the A JOINT RESOLUTION Proposing an County Solicitor of said County.
STATE ROAD NO. 8 any year :
II t m : LUiKlriiillng, n Millon\ "f.I"" :
general election had subsequent to laid Amendment to Article VIII ol the Constitution THE LEGISLA.
I n"'k Kim pith' a IUtuMiiiionur. referendum election st which slectors for of the State of Florida Relativeto TJ'EII,: THE 'i.r.Y: OF FLORIDA
I toe I rcarment. anil I lin lilntlal linn, President of the United States are voted Assessment of Property for Taxes and SECTION 1. That Article V of the ,
__ Hi' hiiB-th "f tin ..".lions Is nrnr.xl for; and If any such law respecting the the Collection of Taxes, by Adding Constitution of the State of Florida be
I i.1'.1) 11-1: 11I11"0) mill 07S1: mile le assessment and collection of municipal Thereto Additional Sectlona to Provide adding thereto an additional
4WlllljJnl| '. taxes and assessments, or either of them that In the County of Bay State ol : fledtobY be known ss Section 48 of
No OUrj-m7 Rend I No. 2I. okeih by county tax officers Is accepted and Florida the County Tax Assessor shall said Article I relating to the election of 'IUtlcm
.. "IH>,' fountv. liilnicn ]load No 8 In ratified st the referendum election as Assess the Property of the County for the the Judge of the Court of Record In and _
ALTO WATFORD 4 SON oki hohci- and n point niproxlninti I provided herein the same shall become Purpose of Levying stalelcounty. School for Escambla County and the CountySolicitor
| the first of January I and Municipal by the
effective on day
O. K. GARAGE I of said I County and the same is
TSs:: inllia South Work to consist .r ;
such referendum election County School Board
next succeeding State County hereby agreed to, and shall be submitted I
Gulf r'worklig sod, ulili-nlng nn I'tl.1\111l\ School Districts, Special Tax School Districts '
& MACHINE SER. I to the electors of the Stats of Floridafor
Ilm, link lion' applvlng n MltinnlIK I SECTION k. Before any law described and Municipalities of the County ratification or rejection at the Gen.
& PLYMOUTH r "' iirfacc liintniiMit and I11rldral-' In the preceding section ol this Article BE IT RESOLVED BY THE LEGISLA. eral Election to be held on the first .
That Good Rolf Rai d I It, 1111'. _t ccrtlflci i'hm'k In tin, shall be ol any force and .effect it shall TUtu: OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA Tuesday after the first Monday la NoVember <

Sale & !Venice' "in"ii5I, i of fluoonit win he n 'inlml. I II be accepted and ratified by a majorityvote That the following Amendment to Article 1940 as follows
GULF PRIDE OILAlto's Fur enrh propoKHl n certlfli I i.hi i k of the qualified electors of Orange VIII of the Constitution ol ths SECTION 48 The Judge at the Court
24.hoar Wrecks trrlee' lu I the; ; iinonnl; bated i shave, olnde I pay, I I II County, Florida, st a referendum electionto State of Florida relative to the Assessment of Record In and for Escsmba: Countyand )

iilh" I t 0 tin i hiilrman ot the Stale1! be called and held for the purpose and Collection of all taxes In the the County Solicitor of aid County
1)8) Ph 92 Night Ph. 92 or 133 It 'id Oepnrtniuit nllh the IIIIPHIIIIIISrati I ot determining whether such law snail County of Bay, State of Florida, by adding shall hereafter bs elected by the qualified A
I Cottages .'. I be accepted and ratified or rejected by I : thereto additions! sections to be electors of ssld county ss other sts. andcounty **
Tires & Tube Stamps the qualified electors of said officials are elected, The first f
nnsi) "i<.,...uipanmill liM.. .AlfllI'hP"1 referendum election shall County.Such rd and known the ss ame Section I. hereby 14 and agreed Section to 19,and be election of the Judge 01h.. Court of *

Gin Electric Vppliancei In The Heart Of Town fid ihiks shall hiiirtlflnl wllhlMI" within ninety days after the effective shsll be submitted the Electors ol Record In and for Escambla County and
ilavi. if the '|lute for rccehlnMis. date of any such Isw. The Board ot the State ot Florida for ratification or of the County Solicitor of said county,
Stoves. Refrigerators. Water Weekly or Dally Rate iHhlir. ihciks will not be County Commissioners shall provide for rejection st the general beheld shall be held at the General Election in t
Heater lln' 'b'kl of : ln two iwi-st the holding ot any such referendum election on the first I Tuesday after ohetofl 1948. to take office the first Tuesday
All Cabins Are Modern 8rrf''le'I'1 notice thereof shall bs published after the first In
"'11h,' ill pnslledM Ir: Monday In November 1948 ss follows! Monday January 1949
by Board once each week for stlesst for a term of four Tbs term
"We Service Them ,\ \ work to be lion I In n,' SECTION 14. ((11 From and after years or ,
four successive weeks Immediately tenure of office of
11"I with III* Plans, !' pei.\Ifli.allon., and next prior to the date of such election January 1, 1648 the County Tax Assessor or hereafter appointed snyone to either heretofore 01 the
Spi' ','lal ProvlHlon of the Xlitte Rend la a newspaper of general circulation In In the County of Bay State ot Florida, offices herein mentioned shall not bs ex*
I Department Ipci'lal attention I In cillidti said County. Except ss herein otherwise shall sssess 0:11 property for all StatsCounty tended hereby Any vacancy In either
Rpmlal Provisions whlih will bifnroUhol provided, the laws of the State relatingto and Municipal taxes to of said offle.1 which occurs prior to said
l with each propomil the holding of general elections shall be levied in the County by the State. tint Tuesdsv after thsfirst Monday In 1

Prnpimals will lie fnrnliihcil to Qiiall cover t r.ettIn" of any such referendum County, County School Board School January 1949 .hall be filled by appoint. f
any such law shall Districts, Special Tax School Districts meat by the Governor and confirmation
fled rontrnctors upon apillistlnn I.
North ParkPackage this ifflie FOR TUB Rt' 'M OP H FOIl : and ratified by InUt majorityof .Municipalities.: ... by ths Senate ss heretofore provided by
r electors\ t
J.1. BARBER I }:,tell PROPOSM. plans be election such ((2) The Legislature shall at the Leglslatlve the Constitution but In no case for any
may purchased referendum such law shall become Session In 1047 and from time to longer than until the first Tuesday after
from this for the sum of and be tn lull force end effect but time thereafter, enact laws specifying thepowe the first Monday In January, 19i9 and t
II: for each ..I't.10- proposals will hi If st any such election a majority of i She ,s, functions, duties and compensa.. the term or tenure of office of anyone *
Store I,KIII'd nnleHS rennestii for them are electors participating therein shall vote tlon of County Tax Assessor dsslgnstedIn appointed to either of said offices for I
received by this office at liast 24 ainat the acceptance and ratificationol paragraph 1 of this Section! 14, and the term beginning In 1947 shsll expire '
Of f fXut hours' prior to the time for opening such law, It sbsll bs null and void shall likewise provide by law for the on said first Tuesday liter. the first .
Abstract lids and of no force and effect The canvassing extension on the assessment roll of the Monday: In January, 1949

Liquor. Vilntt Cordials All hi.Is must show totals for each I I board of said County shall certify County Tax Assessor of all taxes levied SECTION J. Any provision of the
the result of any such, referendum by the State County, County School Constitution In
Item and total amount of bid Inserted conflict herewith Is here
election to the of State within School
Secretary Districts, Special Tax
Door To All Night on the cover of the proposal Boar! by repealed.
: tea days after the holding thereof.HOUSK Districts and municipalities,
The right Is reserved to rej.it -
Station Title or all MMSTATFlvROAD, 1 SECTION 19 (1) From and after IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF t have 1
January 1, 1M8 the County Tax Collector hereunto set my hand and affixed thi
PHONE 153 JOINT RESOLUTION NO *3 In the) County of Bay, State of Flor Great Seal of the State of Florida a4
FLORIDA A JOINT RESOLUTION Proposing an Ida, shall sollsct all taxes levied In the Tallabsaaei the C.pltot thin
I F. F Bavless Chairman Amendment to Article VIII ol She Constitution the In day
County by the State, County County of AU UIt, A. D. 1948. '
Herndon P. Coloney. State Highway I of the State ot Florida Relative, School Districts I Special ( R. A. GRAY .
oolchart. SEAL. ,
Engineer to Assessment ot Property let Taxes and Tax ..t iota and UiuUdpallUa. Secrslsuy el atate. 1.-




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IS THE LATEST WAR I I then a hog scalding cauldron from or the turkeys or In the boat on the Mary Schulman, and sister Es- Mr. and Mrs S. S. Morgan have I GEMS FOR YOUR SCRAPBOOK
which the steam I I
was rising. Ten feet
BRIDE TO ARRIVE HERE from fishing trips down the Klsslmmee telle, of Fort Pierce, and Mr. and returned to their home In Torts-
lay a hog that easily dressed -
(Continued I I Hazel asks only one no, and Mrs S. S. Morgan, In after
from Page 1) two cwt. all washed and readyto I spent Sunday mouth, N. H., spending a week Right motives give pinions to
but certainly had her believing be dipped and have its hide removed that Is not to call her English Miami and other places on the East here with their niece, Mary Sander- thought, and strength and freedomto

strong In the promise that she wouldbe Beyond was set a grits mill for she Is Welsh, and says I Coast fur Schulman. speech and action.

even far south of the OPA line and bone grinder. Others have been that two or three questions -Mary Baker Eddy,
,Hazel says Rubin was nice, he was I lured to these promises before. are strong In her mind. What Is a We received a card the first of The Okeechobee News' Is In re-
full of promise, promise! and truth. America's old friend Arthur Brisbane hurricane like How long do the the week from Mr. and Mrs. W II. celpt of a notice from the NavallPersonnpj The
Little wonder she Is quick to discard Russell ,'bo are spending a vacation Separation at Shoemaker, morality an action depends
came back time and again to summers last And, you guessed It,
4 her Welsh tongue and at the old home of Mr. Russell California, that upon the motive from which we act.
states that
speak with I
enjoy the down warren//
to nature atmosphere and will\ Rubin lone day a few years I
only a strong English I In New York State They tho K Garner Snmucl JohnsonIn
accent When say was
and hide :
from the turmoil for from now take her pn a trip to
J we alighted from our car and looked weather Is cool there They have I July 23 after two years service inl!
days at time
)I a Yes Hazel Is tappy, Wales to see her folks again. I '
04 about for Mose we learned he was In whether In the visited several places In New York the Navy ifs Is the son of Rev.'' the works of man as In those of
'. I house making cottage And so, one more has Joined the )I
the rear yard. To get there we first cheese Welsh and Canada and expect to leave and !Mrs II P Garner of Okeechoe -: nature It Is the Intention which Is
or rarebit or In the great melting pot and readily accepts -i
had W this week for borne chclfly worth studying Ootthe
a cane
grinding mill,
yard with the flowers, the yearling >the American free way of life., -------_ _ I ,
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The measure of a Iran's real character -
I -- =- ----- -! -, -- --- ,--. .----- '-- I, (; Is what he would! do If he knewhe
: I, never would be found out.

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i Staney'sRADIO : e
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Nntlii, In tnrohy given lint Julio
A Little Saved M, \1,11"11 tin puller of the followlnlfr.'rOnrnfrs
i IIIIK filed said MTIIflrntesI
i I I for n I tux heel. 1 in he IKHIIPI thernnn
AND : "I'In- .1'mil,HI'.mlii'i-K mid, MUM of
'iMMiinmithe .h'.rll.ll..n| of the prop-
; i'm. urn l 1 tin ""11"'. In which II was
I | ims' j ('irllfliHliNo, 1MHcnr of Iseutlllre -
: 1i11'.".
I ,, "f l'rrlflenlrn.' 111 YiMir nf Issuance
1'0/\1 /
', I at regular intervals soon amounts to a nice sum. 1 iiiiriniri. No, 111)mr"\ iif iHKiinnce1IM1

ALL WORK GUARANTEED I I Dim ,Million" iif |.ro'r'| \':
i 90 DAYS
I lot .', Illnik 1.1 m,. tltnf Okiwholioe
: NIIIIIM: In nhlih.n'.eii.iil I.. H. liirlio-
'" ; Open an account in our savings department now and I fill All I 1'.1.:of said) property 'ln-lnif In the
i',mult,,' if uk.iM'hnhce. 'Chile -if Florl
J'\ begin saving for the hard times that might come in I New Radios Available Now .'.inI'nl",'M.M,'h MTIIflrnli' nr lerlirientfSslui .
I I.I i' ",',h..IIt",1) 'niinrillnii In law
the future. Electric and Battery the property itfirrtlipil In such nrllII -
'n1.r .erllllenteH will In- euld| to
I II I tin". hluhiHl'. hliUlir nl' the iniirt hmme
LOCATED IN "' "r mi Hi' firm Miinilny' In the month
.of Si',pi inlier I*)111'. nMfh I In the :2nl
NATHAN ZELMENOVITZ (!I ilnt if H,'|,lMlier. DillIMInl \.
Your account is insured by the Federal Deposit :'I BLDG. thin II Ht day of .'"1). IMrlMiilnl : '.
I I i .I', ItiMilemnn
: Insurance .'- -- .. ,I (S,'nil, (lirk "f ,null Court ofI5krerhul'e
Corporation.Bank .
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I. at home and help build our own community. i

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I Okeechobee County BankPhone

15 Okeechobee, Fla. .

R. G. Dynes, Cashier S. McDougald, Vice President
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I NOTICETHE i /t's wonderful for OthersIt's tl1G.ee0.A + Y I

wonderful for YOU I

FLORIDA's myriad attractions are a

constant lure to vacationists from every- t Q

where. This is no time to be reckless =

with precious holidays when you have
BOOKS for Okeecho-
I every heart's desire-so much to see
and do right on your Florida doorstep.

I bee County will be open in the office of Make pleasure your boon companion 4 '-.s.- "" "

by sea by lake or river. .

I the Supervisor of Registration in the CourtHouse under the palms, or stars, or invigo

I rating sun. Enjoy the luxuries of a state G '

from that really knows how to be a host.


everywhere there's fun In Florida. Ram- s

ble where and when you please- / /I ,
comfortably and economically via

big, luxurious, air-conditioned Florida

until Greyhound Coaches.



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Books open on Mondays, Thursdays and Fridays () 1 v7

from 9 A. M. until 12 noon and from (( .

2 p. M. until 5 p. m. r



Supervisor of. Registration
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He that doei good 0. Dynei. cashier of the Okee- Rev. C. II. Eiland pastor of the W. are In .receipt of a letter from I Mr. and Mrs. Howard Wise have'I Mr and Mrs W D "'.Coker and Mr.'
e leeks neither praise County Bank, and ion Wal. First Baptist Church returned to Dr. C. R. Bibb In which he says he I returned home after spending two' and Mrs. Gordon Leggett of West
he li lure of both l spent 'Sunday with their fam his home 'here yesterday after has arrived at the Henry Ford Hospital weeks visiting'relatives and friends I Palm Beach left here Tuesday for I
In Detroit, Michigan.ELECTRICAL I I
\ at Orlando. spending a week at Bagdad where he ---.- I In Nroth Florida, Alabama_ and Tennessee North Carolina where they are
..:.- was'called. on account of the Illness! (I spending three weeks vacationing.

CHILLS ft MOTIVES I: of his father. He reports that he Is WORK

U a Motive alone that glvei Improving

DUE TO to the action ,of men. I I I P. P. EVANS
-Bruyere AI'I'1.Ie.ITIONFOR .

_ !BY-- -* I Niitltila htri'liv T\-' irl\DEED'n linn J. 'j' HOU..E WIRING Okeechobee Armature Shop
MM> UMWr.dr.nd NOTICE OF APPLICATIONFOR Iliiiiiuik' lieu holder, of the follow In.,
TAX DEED rertlfitntfii linn flied enid rprtlfkntv I
i for II tux ili red In lie Imiiinil thereon
...... li hereby given that Ulmer | 'IIn.litHiiniirc.corllfloate tho description unmlicrs and or the jenrs of ". LOST 52 Lbs.l! ,
Ezell and his wife, Pansy Ezell, c>rtv, and the name In which It lroP'1 WEAR SIZE: 14 AGAIN"MRS. ELECTRIC MOTORS FANS
'I n..saro follows ,
I as :
holders of the following certlft- ('ertfieote'N'. hi. Veer <>( iKsnnnri ".Pmtund Ran i
.. have filed laid certificate for 11913.I'arripti'ii\ : You nay loss pound and hav* e
I of |l'r""NI\' : man lender: netful fliur. Nu LIGHT
deed to be Issued thereon. The N nn rt or M\''} of \RI nt NEttnod I pesslss. ,No dnift. No useless* I
1 :\ 'h'::: pohaee.MeWWen.Dutter.
numbera and of Is- N KIT rr nt K 2MI ft NIJ >fI .
years I XWI/.r Nn<4 hcliiK of lot I e mss not be dlflerant rhea your*
I port
whynonni the
the description of the prop- lli'lim' lit Hoi1\ Twp. :SS Kifi : Ccnilv P1.n, l<>nk.'tetAneeBa Vlumla nn.tile REPAIREDAll
::oaSunday: -::fcs : NIIIIUIn .
which 1I..e',1 Eva: t' M l1'j
and the names In which It was I t.lMIIIII le medial dldal duchess euu man aaMucud th.a t4
and are as folowit All (if soil |property l.elnu In I I uad.
County of Okcerliul. Stale .,f ?lurL'l' : : aadr weep
s No. 808, year of is- .KlnrlilH R.dud.j Pia. Work Guaranteed
August \'nloM Kmh rprtllliiili
ur wrllfl .
nuance 1926. With thto Ard P.srea don's aseat s
rate hull do
reilofinpd ntrorillna to so, m..l., ererth.5 poatoeS
DInK No. 1987, year of Issuance law, the propprti demrllinil In: mull p.4 of bu d Dfr nut.h..
tvrllflint or rtlfli-iucn ,nil) h,. void. (tVjimoJ. uxTeuiei wtnfor
dcliciam (TUamla fAV6S
Dorothy' 1927. to the blithest lilililpr nt tin inert EI Man mck mMl.A_
No. 646, year of Is- hnii door nn the firnt MmilnIn the C. L STRICKELLocated
in"ROAD month of Keptcmbr-r, HMD which Is =rl r Th.JilL -
luance 1931. tho 2nd day holed thlH( Slut toy nf ..Tub) ', I'Hilnhil : !,
TO of property!. \ I-. UniilirsniiSpnl WISTERIA DRUG SUNDRIESTear in Markham Building
FACE"R.. Beg 100 ft. S. of NE Cor of ( ) Irk. nf riniilt ronnty toilet. 'Inr"ofOkipehnlw out this Adv. as a reminder
NW of SEH, run W 25 ft. North Park Street
This la S 150 ft. E 245 ft. N 150 ft. k
Short Subject Sec. 22 Twp. 87 S, Rge 35 E, FS'I
I Beg 250 ft. S of NE Cor of
Friday and NWVt of SE% run S 60 ft. W SERVICED BOUGHT & SOLD I
August I 245 ft. N 60 ft. E 245 ft. In I
"DICK | See 22, Twp 87 S, Rge 35 E, Repairs To All Makes NOTicEIT !
I cont. 1 acre.
i, .' Beg. 77 ft. N & 245 ft. W of
Ann I NE Cor of NWV4 of SEtt runS802ft.W116ft.N122ft. The Craft Shop
Morgan E 16 ft. N210ft.B 100 ft In Phone 633 Ft. Pierce
I Sec. 22, Twp 37 S Rge 35 E, I ( - - 1. To construct any bridge, levee, dyke, building or other construction

"BEYOND: cont. 8 acres on the Everglade. Drainage District right of ways,
1 Name In which assessed, Lula
I 2. To connect any drainage system or pumping Installation
CARTOON : Joe Mulber, Vivian Martin.
All of said property being In the I with the arterial canal system,
I of Okeechobee, State of
j 3. To remove, disturb, or alter any spoil banks. on the Ever-

Unless such certificate or certi Blades Drainage District right of ways, s

I shall be redeemed according tMILITARY I
"AND THEN law, the property described in 4, To otherwise Interfere with the operation or control of the

certificate or certificates will i t Everglades Drainage District canals or control structures,
J sold to the highest bidder at the ii
"RHAPSODY I house door on the first Mon. 4 I i WITHOUT first obtaining a permit from the Board of

"COL. I In the month of August, 1946, rommlssioners of Everglades Drainage District, complying with
I I Is the 5th day of August, t iB I and of training. Separate Junior Dept. I Its General Construction Regulations
"PRIDE OF e t Alt branches of athletics. Aviation
"DOLL Dated this 28th day of June, 1946. i training available. Limited enroll/ Board of Commissioners of Everglades Drainage district,
i MABEL P. RAULERSON, o ment. All inclusive rate $1,075. I Comeau Building, West Palm Beach, Florida.
Address Col. Walter B. Mended, Prei, Florida
Clerk of Circuit Court of
(Seal) Military Academy, Box 9, St. Petersburg, Fla.
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=_ Monday August 5th

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8 P. M. Saturday Store Manager

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