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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: January 6, 1961
Publication Date: -1992
Frequency: triweekly[<1989>-1992]
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Coordinates: 27.241667 x -80.833056 ( Place of Publication )
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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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) Volume 50-Number 25 Okeechobee, Florida, Friday, Jan. 6, 1961 lOc Per_ Copy 'Telephone Rpdeo2-3221


We vacationed last week goIng 1

to the Florida Keys for a Hospital Consrruction Begins 1I I

few days fishing. However, the City Fathers Officials
fishing was so poor we returned County

home on Thursday and spent

the balance of the week fishingIn I j 1

Lake Okeechobee and the Take Office .' s
Kissimmee river. Here we had .. .
excellent results with near- Installed in Quiet
::1. ;' ; ,:,:.!
limit catches for three consecutive I . : "': ",

days. The Keys trip was Tuesday Eve

educational, though. Devastatedby

Horrlcane Donna only three Yi5t
4 y
In a ceremony devoid of fan-
months ago, the recovery there Ceremonyluesday
Is phenomenal. True, evidenceof fare, Okeechobee's new n

the great storm still Is pres- : and City Council were mayor I
night at City
Tuesday
ent but building and rehabilitation -I
is going on at a fast pace. Judge C*. E "Bo" Bryant administered I Tuesday was to be a day of requested' a report from the

Though many of the landmarksare the oath to Mayor) installation only for the county county on the status of all the

gone, new buildings are replacing Donald R. Mack who, In turn, commissioners elected In the roads. He said that all road projects -

them and it appears the administered the oath to the second primary last May. How- i were In good shape ex-

area is growing faster than before new City Council I ever, once the meeting got underway cept the Bill Williams Road and

the .storm One of the first The meeting was opened' witha 1 business boomed and I that Jerry Hancock still refusedto

persons we met there was Aud- prayer led by Rev V J. Rass-;; the new board was baptised sign a right of way deed to

ley Dunham, who always spendsthe dale, pa tor of the First Methodist with a full agenda of work I permit construction unless two

Christmas holidays in Mai- church. Following the which lasted until well Into the culverts on SR 70 are lowered.

athon. prayer the old council took up I noon hour. I The SRD stated in a letter to

business as usual to dischargetheir The first order of businesswas I the board that their survey

Christmas was a big deal at I remaining obligations and to select a chairman and showed adequate highway

our house with all the younguns to clear the way for the new I vice-chairman John F. Pearce I drainage in the area concernedand

there all day. Big event for the council. ). was re-elected chairman by attached a map for Han-

kids came when Grandpa gave First to appear was a resident I clamation and Hiram' H ac-I cock's benefit indicating the

them a Shetland pony completewith I from the Hillcrest Street exten lerson was elected vice best method he could apply to

saddle and all the trappings don who complained of low Y I, man by a similar vote after Jay effect adequate drainage. The

The midget horse named water presure in his area caus- I Robinson declined the position.! board Instructed .Hendry to

Five Star Final, weighs 280 ed by too many users on a one- All other county employe in-t make known the contents of

I pounds and Is as gentle as a half inch water line. The council culdlng the county attorney,1 1I the letter to Hancock and If he
the beginning ance were Donald R. Mack, ing the contractor, W W.
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I Tuesday morning saw
kitten and he's not only a hit assured the complainant I I 'Ar-"I were retained -with the exception rim persisted in not signing the
Okeechobee Rev nold and the architects
with the grandchildren all the that the situation would be Investigated of construction on the Mayor-elect of I of John 'Chandler courthouse right of way deed, to institute
I M. M. Martin of the ministerial sentative, Jerry Prultt Indicated I
kids in he neighborhood play and remedial action new hospital to serve Okee.:Kobe caretaker, who condemnation proceedIngs.
conference of Okeechobee, John The new facility is expectedto
with him. Friday the saddle taken. I and vicinity The buildings beIng -I rtoe, Si, chairman of the hospital be completed within 300 that he was retiring and would)I Z orbett Norman appe are d
Attorney T. W. Conely appeared not be available The board
came up missing and after a ) erected the W. W. Arnold weather again in connection with open-
by Board of Trustees. John days, barring Inclement
lengthy search Old Ink Spots In behalf of Mrs. Martha then hired Jessie Hunter by a the
Construction Company of Fort F. Pearce, chairman of the and is expected to be receiving I II Ing county road running
decided it must. have been stol- Conely regarding a leak in a 3-2 vote over. Roy Draughon, through the Pender Ranch tc
Pierce are designed to accomo- Board of County Commissioners patients by the first of next
en so caleld the police Chief water pipe which has caused I both of whom are employed in; his property. Chairman Pearce
1 date 25 patients and are.so designed Cliff Administrator ,
Simonds
Hospital year
Carlisle Thomas and Patrolman hr water bill to Increase alarmingly similar custodial capacities by asked Norman to at next
that they can be ex- and W, Allen I The present Louisiana .Rau- appear
White responded ImmedIately. In the past two months. I I the Okeechobee school system I week's and Instruct
regular meeting -
panded to accomodate 50 pa- Markham, State Representativei lerson Hospital, designed for 14
White found the saddle in the He asked that an adju ment in I i Salary of the position was advanced the board secretary tc
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tients with a minimum of addi- for Okeechobee County patients has long since been
,
weeds back in the pasture and the bill be made since the break to $300 per month. contact Pender In order that
the kids are havpy again. in the line was In such a loca-Ii tional Construction I Serving as Master of Cere- Inadequate to serve the area.I 1 Attorney Bill Hendry stated solved
the be
tion as to be difficult to locate" Ground caking ceremonieswere monies for the occasion was T. No plans for disposition of the that the State Road Board had and problem for all. may once

The new year didn start off! The water department superin- conducted Sunday, accompanied W Conely, Okeechobee attorneyand present facilities upon completion -i I
The board authorized the
too hot for the Board of Public tendent was Instructed to investigate -1 by music supplied by former county Judge. of the new hospital have
road to the final
marl
department
Instruction On the first day of the matter and to the Okeechobee High School The shovel welldlng was per-I been announced although sev Mexican Field
two miles of the
I Haynes
Band end which featured discussions the subject
school after more than two make a recommendation to the a program formed by Rep. Markham and eral on Wlllams Road In order that to-
council after the current prominent local officials Board Chairmen Pearce and I have been held by the board of
weeks of vacation. two
holiday
Hand Dies InFireSaturda tnato growers in the area can
months bill was established and ministers as speakers. Roe county, commissioners
school buses broke down. With get trucks in to their fields
providing a basis for a reason- The program was opened by The ceremony was closed by I Construction of the new hos- .
two buses short (they "weie in Attorney Hendry was ir>->
effort
,. the band playing the National Rev. VJ. Ragsdale with "a pital culminates an begun -, !
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ab'e estimate. i
Tallahassee,hauling the band to / I in 1958 by members of'' the Y structed to review all the old "s
Jnrneator Carlisle Anthem followed by an invocation benediction \ : "
Pi'lMJnq" :
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" the gubernatorial .inauguration) population acts pertaining to !
transportation problems were Thomas rendered a report on by Rev George,H Cave,. ?.' | Th f ceremony fvas attended, lospital board and county commissioners I ,
the county with a view to repealing !
increased There was double 1 the amount of permits issued ake..s'I in order. _of. appear- by some 200 spectators, Includ-; r Manual Covonula. a Mexican' those that no longer ar-

trouble with one bus. After a luring: ; 1960, the sums and types field hand died early Saturday ply and to study the acts adopted -

wheel broke down and was repaired I of which appear elsewhere in SMALL OFFERINGAT morning In a furious blaze that
Boat Club Disbands LIONS CLUB by neighboring counties with
a tire blew out. tht.; l issue TUESDAY SALE destroyed two houses In Colored a similar population with a view I.
The Council voted to accept Town. Covorrula was asleen In

By now most of the New the water department budget Assets Go To New I Tuesday's sale at the Okee- CIRCUS ,COMINGTO one of the houses and his body. to are adopting necessary such to of OkeechoVe them : ei

Years resolutions already have for 1961. was found In the glowing em-
chobee Livestock Market was a County with Its Increased population
been Chairman Hunt presented the the fire. Cause of the '
broken and those who bers of
small with head
one only 197 .
County HospitalThe
auditors report for calendar not determined and
arose Sunday morning with TOWNThe blaze was
being offered. However, demandwas I Chairman Pearce designated
aching heads have recovered. year 1960 and, since only minor the fire'was out of control before -
Okeechobee Boat Club is good and prices steady Hiram Raulerson and L E.
Incidentally it was 11 years ago irregularities appeared, accord- no more. It's life officially ended most grades selling a dollar the fir? department arrivedon Herbert as the Commlsslorersto I
that Ins: to Chairman Hunt. the Sells and Gray Circus, the .
Sunday your editor became 'scene.Covorrula '
with decision bv the board of higher, with slaughter calves at represent the county on the
a permanent resident of council voted to approve the report featuring 50 artists and per- lived alone in one
Okeechobee, coming here to I and enter it into the record directors to turn Its assets over $2 up There were not enough formers from all parts 'of: theworld of the rooms of the house, He Dunklln Rest Home.Board.. I
I to the to used stocker cattle offered to estab-
new hospital be appointed
will two I Charles Harvey was -_
work for Ammon and Adnette I I give performances was 38 years of age and had
furnish In the institution lish a market. '
to a room -
to the post of county -
McClellan I Finance Committee Chairman I here on Jan. 9. The circus been In Okeechobee for several representative I
Jesse R. "Tiny" Watford reported The Boat Club had some Slaughter calves sold up to will set up on the vacantlot 'no close survivors I,! to the Chamber of
-- -- weeks. He had -
that the city had arrangedto $600 in its treasury. 2375. heifers, $19 to H75: just! east of City Hall and I! Commerce,
I Established! In 1957, the Boat 'Iteers :) to $21.50 1o
OKEECHOBEETO $2D75 cows, .
buy $2.000 worth of outstandIng I will give performances at 3:30p The two houses, which The board voed unanimously
riub got off to a great start $15.50 to $1775; bulls, $18.75 to were
muni;inal bonds at 85 cents .m. and 8 p.m on the aljpve to lend the city the necessary
belonged to Will\
destroyed Harp,
with more than 80 members $2050OHS
'", on the dollar, thus effecting a date. equipment to pave the entrance
who has several
MEET Boating at .:. aged negro
I was a high!\ peak with -- -
savings of some $300 per annum dozens of new boats and out- The circus, a half million dol- small rental houses. He had lit- road to Wilcox Shores and Instructed -
Interest. The board unanimously lar extravaganza, is red Attorney to
rpons Hendry
tle insurance, "about $75 on
board motors purchased that
AVON PARK approved the measure and vear At the banning meetingswere ACCREDITEDBY by the Okeechobee Lions clu: each one," he said. take necessary steps to have nn

commended Commissioner Wat- which will use its share of pro- is citizen of old existing injunction vacated
Harp a respected
held
Two undefeated Conference ford for his efforts in effecting weekly with big attendanr ceeds to aid th3 Lions Sight Colored he is I to permit the work to be done
Ridge e. The dub was made COLLEGE Town Though;
,
o continuing! reduction' in the up Conservation program in the by the cityChairman.
: teams Okeechobee 80 of
of sportsmen from all walk's of probably past years ape,
city Indebtedness during the area, the Lions major charitable I : Pear>*e brought up
nnd Avon Park will battle on life and enthusiasm was high. he works hard every day. In tiL ... I
last two .tlol'0' the
the local court Friday, Dec. 6. years. The members started Immedi- ASSOCIATIONS work addition to maintenance on his m swimmingpool ;
"loth teams The council heard a report Harvey Hamrick, president of being empty and needing
are members of the ately to better conditions for small properties he tends a
from Chairman Hunt to the effect the local Lions club expressed to be partially filled to prevent
Southern Division Okeerhobee hand and raises
and School has
the winner boatmen. Thev High! large garden by
were
that a refund check of $25 responsiblefor !. }1'"; gratitude to the citizens of damage. He was asked to take
will share been fully nvredlted excellent\
first place with beacon lights being Installed, : for the ( crops of corn, beans,
Sebrln/\ the conference The had been received by the Volun- for free ramps, for a measure of 1960-61 scholastic year bv the the vicinity for support of recent greens and other garden truck. the problem up with the City I
Red: teer Firemen on the purchase of and past! fund raising A'- Council with a view to the water -
Devtu
Southern He .4s resident of
are exoected to Rive hyacinth: : control, for removal of Association of Collegesand \ a long-time
a new siren for the tivltles and stated that the cir- superintendent
the City Hall, taking care
Brahmans Schools Okeechobee and he cleared
their toughest Anags and hazards to navlga Secondary accordIng I says
and since the council and the cus I: being sponsored, not onlyto of the matter
test of the season A capacity tion. !: to a letter received this weekbv : the ralmettos from the land so
crowd is expected for the week'sto. Volunteer group had bought the Thev held social sessions too, James C. Woodall, principal aid the sight conservation the Southland Hotel could be The board voted to pay each
siren on halves asked the but to bring'a worthwhile commissioner a $50 month
coun- per
program
i built did with
conference from it
encounter barbecues and cruises C I ee Ezgert, chairman of a. grubbing
The local I Mi' about the $12 50 due the city. Th'yIpased entertainment to the city, I hoe. I .travel allowance\ as a salary increase
the F'orida
eager! came from a plot of land on the Committee of the
The Council voted to donate Recent sight conservation 'assistance rather than as a mileage
behind About.
to defeat Clewlston dur- Kissimmee river and established Southern Association I tep years' ago one of
their share of the refund to t'e: to worthy persons in allowance requiring special I 1
""' he Christmas' holidays by a a camp to be used by mem- A "ertlflcnte of accreditation, his tenants left a small baby at
2-62 score Trailing by 11 Firemen's Auxiliary They also bers and guests and many cruises also received this week will h.>.i-the area has depleted the Lions the Harp home for "a day or forms and detailed .accounting

01, ifj at the end of the third discussed a possible location for were made up the picturesqueriver delayed in the high school treasury, according to Ham- so". She.never came back and procedures.
the old siren to be used In rick I I I Lester Jennings, reoresentingParker
conJunction '
quarter the 'have had the "
Harps boy
and-minus Phillips and to the camp where on pr'ncloal office ,
HoWngshead\ via the foul route, with the new one but many occasions the sportsmen. As a fully accredited secondary I I Charles ever since, an;! he is an Abnev. continued his
deferred a decision until a later appeal for relief\ property
on
he Brahmans outscored the Tl- stayed the nIght. I I school, Okeechobee High Intelligent, polite good-looking
late tax relating to a number of lots
"rer 27-6 in the final perIod. |, The members bought colorful 'h"'ol and tt. graduates are boy, .
Farm Bureau
The council also voted to have In the Colored Town area owned
Gentry Stanley hit for 16 points, jackets with the name Okee- i entitled to all the privileges aid I When asked if he would rebuild '
audit: made j by The board I
an of the repords to Abney. had
all ,m the fourth quarter, and chobee Boat Club" emblazonedon scholastic recognition availableto Harp said "No, I reckon:
Roger! Burton with 22 nolnts Include all transactions during the back. They bought T- any high school that meets i Opens New Office I not I'll never have enough previously agreed to forego the
the tenure of office of the outloin I taxes on 18 of the lots, whichare
led I hp locals in their vIctory. '1 Shirts and penants and they the standards of the Southern'Association money, He said he was very I

The probable starting lineup'fnr 'I ? council | sponsored a barbecue for Boat- I Okeechobee County FarmRnreat I grateful to the fire department crossed by a drainage ditch.
After !signing I current bills the I ..The matter was tabled until
hr be'Tamh I a-caders One major result I and to everyone who has htfped
Friday of
game will\ old' council was dlsm'i' sed by being accredited ,; has Dipped an office in the next regular meeting to Rive
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Dickson and Charles the chairman and the : But after a couple of years I Is the validation of Okee"bohee for the purpose of him. "I Ii the newly Installed commission-
new
I I II
Pets I
guards; Robin Holllngs- council seated. politics crept into the organization. credits for students who want) serving Farm Bureau Insurance ers time to study the .problem I

head and Bill Phillips forwards, Judge Bryant then swore In', Disagreement and petty to transfer to another high I accounts!!. The new office: located Freeman To Represent The board adjourned to reconvene -

and \invin; Wherrell, center. the new mayor who In turn, bickering kept members from school or apply for entrance to I in the Markham building 1 I at the airport and investigate -

-- swore In the new council. attending meetings. A few own- a college or university Specific 'I l, Mil b'! under the direction 'cfTalmad Nine Counties At I' 'a report that a sub-

1960 Having been thus installed, ers found boat maintenance too course requirements of the Institution '' '!e Bergen Farm Bureaucustomer Farm BureauMeet division road being built in that
Building Permits costly, sold their outfits ind I the student wishes to. nrevloiflv have been 1
the new council proceeded to Charles E. Freman of Okee prea was meandering and not
Totaled $513.250 '! elect E. H. Hunt as temporary dropped out of the Boat Club enter must be fulfilled, howeveribefore ( 1 services. by the Fort Pierce office chobee will represent Okeechobee following+ the correct section

The "uy building Inspector, halrman, after which Claude and finally the meetings were he student can be accepted and other counties In line This WPS found to be a tn'e 1

('arl1-I") "'"t"T'q' !S. S' r.no-t'M iardner was elected permanent discontinued, because there were for admission f Bergen comes here from Fort' Gainesville Jan. 10 when the report and the developer agreed

'>' the city Council Tuesday president and acceded' to not enough people to make up a ------- auderdale where he has work I I Florida Farm Bureau board of to re-locate: the road In the pro- I

night that he had Issued a to- the chair. I quorum FIRST" D\BY BORN j engaged In Farm Bureau directors meets for Its. first 1961 per area: '
"' of (!M32 O The first baby to arrive In''! for the eIght He
in building per- E. H Hunt was elected pros-1 past years was session The new board voted unani-
mis during i960 Ident pzo-tem | HEFT: THURSDAYMembers Highlands County in 1961 *s born In Michigan;/ ,. but moved to Freeman, prominent catt 1 e mously on all proposals except 4

Permits. were Issued r," nev I'rle. | The new council opened the of the QuarterbackClub Martha Jane Arnold, daughterof Minnesota at an early age'1 rancher and Art Karat of Vero the custodial ,lob giving the

"-_ es in ",. a-no"-t r\f 1 floor for business, whereupon I were to meet Thursday evening Mr and Mrs Roland Arnoldof where he completed his schooling Peach are the two Farm Bureau Impression that, they are determined -

$294,950 businesses. $80,500; John F Pearce of the board of: at the commissioners'room Okeechobee. She was born at and graduated from the directors from District( 5 whichcomprises to support each other. I

f\t-nsions to business, $5,600; county' commissioners appearedto in the courthouse, accord- he Weems Clinic at SebrlnR at University of Minnesota Bergen; : .st Johns, Putnam, Votes came quickly and decisively

extensions to residences, $24,800, offer the new council the as- Ing to announcement, by Alfred 7:50: a: m New Year's Day has: already moved to Okeechobee Flagler, Volusla. :E'evard, Indian on cash issue as pre

and churches and other civic I I I Meares, secretary The meetingwill 'Martha Jane weighed eight j and has leased the Oreen-I River, Okeechobee, St. Lucie sented, with a minimum of de.

buildings, $108,000 I (Continued on Page Five) start promptly at 7:30: p,.m. rounds and 12 ounces. berger cottage 'and Martin Counties. bate.








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PAGE TWO It.I .... OKraCHOBOB. nORUDA, NEWa-THE: DAIRY CAPIHAL OF FLORIDA .. FRIDAY JANUARY 6, 1961
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ITS, Chnptcr 20S5.1. Lnw of Klorliln, Diili-d at Okrochobee, Okrerbobee aid natural Defendant, If living! I I they like it.Thanks HELPFUL HINT FOR WRITERSThe
LEGAL NOTICES 1941, mid Iloum nil llOi Chapter) County, KlorlUu, this the 27h day of AM TO: All pal..tic* claiming again and best wishes Florida Citrus Com
20700, 1911, BinviKlliitf. '6 .09(3), will December 1980. *' Interest by through under or for your family and to all mission says' that citrus trees
NOTICN't'he riglnter with the Clerk of the Clr.I By I MORRIS NIX nitaliiHt Marie U Ifhode, not knownto the News .staff for many bless- put to sleep by a 'new chemicalmay
annual meeting! of the nlockboltlcm cult Ciijirt, In and for OkeechobeeCounty rubllHli lira 30,.1900; sad bit dead or alive! ings during 1961. save the day for growersin
of the Okevchobrv County Florida, upon rucelpt of January 6, 13, 20, 1961, AND I TO: All purtli'K. having, or and the event of undue cold in
Hank will bp bald til the dlrwtom pruuf IIr thu publication( of thU note, Thu Okewhobeo Now *. clulnilnjt( to have, any right, title or May God bless you .yours the coming winter.
room of tho okevuliobue County thu fUtltluu namtt, to-wlti; Interest In and to tho following de. Sincerly,
Bank at 1:19: I', M. on Monday' OKIU'ICHOBKEATLANTIC: ; NOTICE Hcrlbcd rent pxtuta ultuatu, lying end, i MRS. W. L .MOORE
January 9, 1981. BKRVICIJ Ink stains on the fingers can
rode riclltlou Nam I wNOTICK being In Okeechobee County, FlorIda
J. II. WIL.K8:: under which "u expect| to engug : 1 U hereby given that the , to.wlt be removed by dipping an old
Vice. rri'HlJfiit. In bviMlnt.il ut 1'nrrott, Ave and Svv. undersigned, pursuant tj the 'Flo. Lut 3, Block 6, SouthOkeechobee Monte Muscular DystrophyDrive toothbrush or naibrush in vinegar -
I'ubllxh lI,... 30. I960: Jon I, 1961. filth Street In the Clt>' of Okeeeehnbe (thou, Name Statute" )louse Bill Subdl>'tHlon Dear cooperation: In serving as Comes To Close and then |In salt and
You
Th. JkPccholM-D Now.M ., County of okvt-rhobve Klor.l 117.1: Chapter 20053 Laws of Flor. to the City of Okeetbobev, member of the Awards Com The 42 canisters for the an scrubbing the stains until they
a
l 10111. Ida 1941, and Stout Bill 1102 Chip FlorIJa. iKTorillnK to disappear.
drive
)ri<"f. That the pintle InteicnlcU In Bald ter 26760, 1931;; amending 86509(3)), plat thereof recorded, In mittee for Okeechobee CountyIn nual muscular dystrophy
, 1 n.lrr ri.'lltlou. :\11"'''' Inn l hUMIII" enterprise. / nn: will revl tr with the Clerk of the Hat Book 3, logo 37, connection with the conservation placed In business establish
,I. NO'IICH i; U lieirli, ..h"11 tint tliotincJoritlmiiMl f T. L1UHTSKVLKLANI : Circuit Cuurt, In and for Okeecbo public' record of Ht, LucliiCuunty awards program of the ments throughout the city by
pursuant, in Ilia 'Tic.tlllnim .I /) LKIHTSEVMmitlS bee County, Florida, upon receipt of Florida. und ul olecordvd Florida Wildlife Federation Is Firemen and Auxiliary mem-
:Mum Slututi' ',. those 11111 I MX proof of the publication of this.. note In I'lut Hook I. deeply appreciated.. bers netted a total of $36.41 for MODERNIZING
lie IcHtloin( name, to.wltt pogo 12, publlo record of The publicity given this program the fund. The canisters were
IUVKII: UU'KK FISHING riKSOHT Okevchohee County, Flor by your newspaper Is also distributed Nov. 15 and collected YOUR HOME
under' which NM expcit to cnirageIn > Ida. Dec. 15.
appreciated.You
HEY KIDS! SELLS & GRAY iHiHliinN at Kl nlmmee Ulver, You und each of you are notified, have made a worthwhile The Fire Department and HEATING ?
Hlnliwiir! Til, County of Okemhuber, Unit a Suit to Quiet Title an to contribution to conservation. Auxiliary members expressedtheir
Florida] the above deMTlbetl real propertyhn
3 RING CIRCUS IS COMINGHurrah That ;thu pintle,, Interested In laid been Mled UKalimt you and you Most sincerely yours, thanks to those who contributed GENERALS ELECTRICWEATHERTRONE
ELLIOTT LOTT ,
biiKlneim cnteiprlno, are: are hereby required to Nerve n copy
WAYS: ir. sii-n on "I'lulnlllT'K) rlolh-ltor] 'I', \\', Contl>, - --- Mexico City's lowest street Is
Gated it Okc'ciholx'e, OI It will soon be circus time
> ,Klmlilii' ] thlH, the 7th day of Floildu, mill (lie the iirlKlnul In the Dear Sir: than the topmost points
Men may come and empires iMi-mh'i, , 1'1110. oil I Ice, of the Cleik nf the Clrc-ult Again I than kyou kindly for of New York scyscrapers.REWARD. AUTOMATIC OPERATION
may crumble, but circuses go Hi I' I H .IOIINSOV:' ;: i'0111'1 of Okew.hobee, 'nunly', Florida The Okeechobee News for the
on forever. fin I u. ,, I in. 7a:|, an. lHi.ll.. ; Jane. I 1'JGl! on or before tlio 10lh lay of 1960 weekly delivery to meI SAFE AND CLEAN
The Great Sells & Gray Th. <11!(" ,i-hntM-e I'owa January, A. H. 1961 uthernlKo the am not able to go out very often ENHANCES PROPERTY
Circus Is coming to Okeechotee iilli>K lli>nH on January 9. H. fnnfeHHvd.liuno week. Your paper has become a
It t, and ordered" at Okeerhobee p/i<4 YEAR ROUND
was announced by Harvey I701: cinilir (''in nr or 1111; States-wIde. favorite for I get
Okeeihobee), County, Floildn< on tho
HamrIck, president of the \l \'I''II .11 lilt Ml 11111'1'1'1'I | letters from scattered friends
AIR
Mill day or Jiruembei' 1100IfAYMlR CONDITIONING
Lions Club for their charity ar or ri..<>itin\ IN .\ \11 I'Oltnl0I.1'IIOISI' J.:. 1YIIJ.IAMSClerk :! and relatives telling how well yourself with the purchase of
ictlvltles during the : ; 101 "'1'1\
year ] of Cln-ult IVuitUkcerhobtB a 133x125: BMSSwood Home Site
One of the major features C. ( (11\\(1:11\: ' "fuiint.N( )KlorklnClivutt
of the Sells & Gray Circus 0I irK famous enlarged menag llj: OKOUIA J. 1'OHU CCNTtAt. HCATINO-COQLINO
$495.00
viiur: I prr.wiiimi.( I joln".1 hy STATE PAINT
erie There will be a herd of ]>epuly Clerk
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performing elephants cam I li. In...)iand. l'lIbll.I11./ .. 10, za.3e1., 19 els lions tigers and indeed I.,hnrnlln, and Jan 6. 1961. EVFHV SECOND CAN FREE! $20 down $20 month
a vast assortment of wild an V.1":11' The Okeeehoben N'ewi. Quart or Gallon 2 miles N. of Okeechobee on
imals from the forest and \ i I.. itiioins/ ft ai, Route 98- -Stop at Basswood
iungles Bollver, one 01 the l>"id>iilutitii( Money-Back Guarantee!
One of the largest unchartered model home for Information.This FOR FREEESTIMATES
largest elephants in the world \OIH: op 'liT
export shipments of fresh
and believed to be nearly 100 I:-. 'rni I; \A\II/: (II" -i'MI-: STVII. : OF. Florida grapefruit In history 530 SOUTH FOURTH ST.ORANGE Is a limited time offer. I : CALL
old will "' IUIIM l n. 'I'I i in"; I OI':FI':NUANT.yla : : AVK. at JENKINS
years occupy a conspicuous left Tampa recently when the Central Electric
,, A Week
> I I.. Itli.Hl. > pi'| r ,,t ,n -Id are I Open 7 Days
place in the menag Florida Citrus Exchange shipped
erie 11.1 .'" FORT PIERCE KO 2-C283 and Gas Co.
avl, rii" I1 nnln..tn' .pUII'. IIr 25,000 boxes on a norwegIan
Jennie OBrlsn. sensationalstar freIghter
of the high trapeze will
be seen along with the Apollo
family of gymnasts and acrobats -
; the flying Jordans
aerIalIsts from Sweden: the
Sllverton Trio, rlsley per.

among formers the frcm highlights England of and this \ 3, i I


. Fred season's DeVoe program.; Harry Bozo La Pearl Yale. ; Start The New Year Right

and congress Chic of Leon clowns will and head fun-the

makers They promise to uncork .
the latest In the way of
saw dust fun and laughter
far the little folks
Keny Ford Is chairman of
the fund raising committee. PLAN NOW TO
He states that tickets may be
procured from any Lion after JENNIE O'BRIEN
Jan. 1st.Doors.
to the circus will 2 and 8 p.m
pen at 1 and 7 p m Perform. Get ready for the big holl- Live A Healthier & Longer Life .
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FRIDAY, JANUARY 6, 1961 THE OKEECHOBEE, FLORIDA, NEWS-THE DAIRY CAPITAL OP FLORIDA PAGE THREE:
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ALUMINUM CANS I Need For Driver this decade,will be the heaviest successfully with the automobile demand additional funds raised
An I|
agreement between MInute concentration of youngsters i should be an integral part of through existing driver license
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Maid Corp. and Reynolds!I I reaching driving age we've ever the formal education of our fees. Sick Room
Metals Co for an estimated SO Education CitedDriver produced. To let millions of such youth, Klamm declared Complete Supplies
million has been order of aluminum cans novices drive without thorough, The Whole: community profits DAIRIES We carry a complete TRUSSES AND SURGI-
widely noted as a pace education must come formal training can have only when an effective driver education In 1954, milk was sold from. line of CAL SUPPORTS.
setting move In the frozen citrus first If other remedies to the murderous consequences" program Is offered In the 850,000 farms. If the trend con Wheelchairs. Hospital Prlnte fitting room
concentrate field. 'traffic accident problem are to Describing the current young high schools, the Allstate safety tinues towards bigger herds all Beds, Walkers, and tralhed technicians
I'succeed, the 15th annual Mayor's driver accident record Klamm authority emphasized The save milk may come from 200000farms I Crutches for all types of trussesCommode
Highway Safety Conference said teenage drivers represent ings derived from this program in a few years. For Chairs Rent or ect Sale. or supports
Okeechobee was told by an executive of one about seven per cent of the return to everyone, not just.the II PHONE 110 1.5800 COLLECT FOR INFOFRMATION
Monday of the country's largest Insurance country's driving population, young drivers directly involvedhe Neighbors.ay ,
company groups yet they have an accident involvement said !1 SILVER PALACECORNER
E R. Klamm, accident preven- rate 2'/j: times the The ,belief that high school
Jan. 9 tion director of Allstate Insurance average rate of all drivers. Last driver education is too costly ORANGE & SIXTH FORT PIERCE FLA.
Companies, called high year approximately 39 per cent !was termed by Klamm as ridiculous III j t.
school education the foundationof of the country's teenage drivers I in the face of Insurance I ,
FOOTBALL FIELD the entire 'traffic safety were Involved in accidents, (he statistics which show that .:.J.-,
Auspices LIONS CLUBPERFORMANCES movement. Before some 2000civic reported and this figure will trained young drivers (!have sub ....A.'V
3:30 & 8 P.M.. leaders and public officials soar as the three million young, tantlally fewer accidents than oA .
Doors Open 2:30 & 7 P. M he urged widespread estab- sters now reaching driving age the untrained He also: answered :
lishment of the program whichhe each year Increase to four mil the argument that driver education .
FUN FOR THE FAMILY! said would give the natlon'd lion by 1970. Is'a frill by questioningwhat
youth a new lease on life { In view of the magnitude of good any school subjectis Ie .
fcWhat
"Not only win driver education -I the traffic problem, Klamm deplored when people lose their lives
'I 1 CiILS produce future generationsof I the slow progress of the in needless traffic accidents because
'better drivers, but it will per- (ihlgh school driver education of ignorance or an Irre- ,..t
0 mit us to deal more effectivelyand program 'because of what he reponsible attitude ; ;
called delays and I Klamm urged a ,balance of
Immediately with today's I unnecessary "All Mom got was that one '
youthful driver dilemma," explained unrealistic thinking. quality and quantity in driver present, and she didn't even I if You Have an Accidenta
Klamm. 'Emerging: in Learning to live sensibly and education courses which would .-.-.1". ,

RIND Thousand Miles From Home


CIRCUS : DD\CED You con gll> htlp Immediately' If you"bought' your,
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THE WORLD ITS FIELD! t .
ITS TRIUMPHS REACH t 0/\j"i\ .,, . : There are over 100,000 Independent agents',
BEYOND THE SEAS "'lr. -;::--=:.--- ; "J:. VQVfER across the country who display this seat: A single -

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gladly assist you In any way possible, from getting -.
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50 ANIMALS-6 ELEPHANTS

BLOODSWEATING HIPPOPOTAMUS : I' FULLY AUTOMATIC . 16995
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MODEL e Flexible utwnatk cenh'WAJ'O l lFwnvut a 'J s .
CIRCUS DAYThe e G-C ACTIVATOR w .hn! heirel en dirt. Mtyn .
Happiest, and Best Holiday In ell cUthet _ _, 4Ml INJURANCC AGENT
the Year Teeming with Wondroussights. .1'. 't. f': \ '
Brimming with" Thrill and Lit &.IOND*
with Laughter.. Filled with" Thousands
upon Thousands of Moving Marvels
The DAY OF DAYS Looked Forward to
with Longing by the Children 01 all Apes CENTRAL ELECTRIC & GAS Phone 2.4011
ADULTS $1 00-CHILDREN 75*

FREE FEEDING
Phone RO 2.5561 Okeechobee- Florida
Of the Wild Animals with the Circus)On
CLASSIFIED ADS DON'T COST THEY PAY!
the Show Grounds at 10:30 A M.SchoolChildren .... \ -
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, I SHEETS AND PILLOW CASES,
r J 72x108 white percale Double fitted bottom
"/ a Reg. $2.89-Sale $2.49 colored muslin
Twin fitted Reg. $2.98-Sale $2.57 r

bottom white percale 42x36 pillow cases
Reg. $2,89-Sale $2.49 colored muslin 8e

Double fated Reg. 59c-Sale 47c

bottom white percale 72x108 white percale

Reg. $2.89-Sale $2.49 stripe)

81x108 white percale Reg. $3.49-Sale $3.19

Reg. $3.29-Sale $2.79 42x38% stripe percale

Pillow case pillow case
white percale Reg. 98c-Sale.79c Standard foam rubber pillows with white zipper Heavy duty silicone ironing board covers

h Reg. 69c-Sale 55c 72x108 muslin (stripe) cover. Regular$3.98 2 per Package, Now at 77c

81x108 colored percale 'sheet NOW $3.29 or 2 for $6.50 Regular I 99c

Reg. $3.69-Sale $3.19 Reg. $2.98-Sdle. $2.57

Double fitted bottom 42x36 stripe, muslin ,One group fancy sofa pillows in 14 decorative colors Dish cloths and wash cloths

Reg.colored$3.69-percale Sale $3.19 Reg.pillow 79c-Sale case 67c January White Sale Price 83cWhite Regular lOc single sale now 89c for 1 doz

72x108 colored, muslin
Twin fitted bottom sheets and pastel 'outing 36 inches wide. Regular 35c Hope Muslin will be

Reg. $3.69-Sale $3.19 Reg. $2.69-Sale $2.47 Now 27c Yard 25c a yard

42x38Vz pillow cases .
colored percale 63x99 white muslin

Reg. 79c-Sale 69c sheet 36 inch printed or dark outing, Regular 35c 80x95 white sheet blankets

81x108 colored muslin Reg.Double$2.29-sale fitted I top$1.87 Now 34c or 3 Yards for $1.00 Regular $2.69 now $1.99

Reg. $2.89-Sale $2.57 white muslin sheet '

Twin fitted bottom Reg. $2.69-Sale $2.47 Twin and full size Chenille bedspreads

colored muslin 72x108 colored $5.98 now $3.99
Reg. $2.69-Sale $2.47 percale sheets.
I Sale 2.98 TOWELS
Reg. $3.29-
Double fitted top Twin and full size plastic mattress cover with zipper
colored I muslin 63x99 white muslin
Reg. 3.19Sale; $2.67 Reg. $1.98-Sale $1.77 Regular I $2.98 now $1.99
Bath towels. Regular 69c now 2 for 99c
percale
81x108 stripe
72x108 white muslin
Reg. $3.89-: Sale $3.69 Reg $2.29-Sale $1.87: Mattress pad, 3976 and 54x76 Guest towels. Regular 39c now 3 for 99c

R, Twin fitted Values to 3.98 now $2.99 Wash cloths. Regular 19c now 6 for 99c

bottom white muslin i Men's white handkerchiefs. Celophane packaged

Reg. $2.29-Sale $1.87 Regular 10 for $1. Will be 10 for 77c

Double fitted blanket slightly irregular. Dacron tailored curtains, 44x81 or 44x90
{ 72x90 Orion ,
bottom w I I. I Regular $3.98 now $2.66

I r' Reg. $2.49-Sale $2.17 Regular $3.98 now $2.88
Infants fitted crib sheets. Regular 98c now 79c
81x108 white muslin
Reg. $2.49-Sale $2.17 First quality Birdseye diapers, 21x 40
Scorch resistant ironing board pad and cover
w Twin fitted Regular $2.79 per dozen now $2.39 per dozen
top white muslin Regular I $1.00 Now 77c

Reg. $2.49-Sale $2.17

90x108 white muslin


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J .,.,..m THE OKEECHOBEE, FLORIDA NEWS-THE DAIRY CAPITAL OF FLORIDA -
PAOE &vvnr
t1' Mr. and Mrs. Frank IsM and Mrs. S. H. Young visited recently NEW PLANTTO
children of St. Louis, Mo., left with her sister, Mrs. OPEN IN WPB
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the I ;Friday for their home there after Eugenia Bowden. Mrs. Young is
I spending the holidays with a resident of Casey, Ill., and she The new RCA electronic data
r her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. R spends the winters in Panama I processing plant In West Palm,
I Rhoden. City t Beach "'Wlll. be completed by
l' @keerqohtC pMust -- Mr .and Mrs. Clarence Letter Jan 14. Donald H. ''Kunsman,
I Lt. Col. and Mrs. R. V. Link
Announce FINE ARTS MEETINGThe and daughter, Jan. of Jackson- and daughters Joyce, Mary Jane RCA vice president, _says the
Fine Arts Club entertained and Linda returned home Friday plant will mean an additional:
t invited guests at a recent ville were recent holiday visitors from Splceland Indiana: $6 million in personal Income
.
Entered AI fle.nnd hlorkt July 1. loft nt Ibn I'o"t OIl'I..e InOkeecbobt'e. Engagement meeting at the Sierra Inn Restaurant at the home' of Col. Link'sparents They spent Christmas there and $5,000,000 in retail sales to
*. tnllu Act Marcb 8. 1819 I where a :holiday program Mr and Mrs. 'R. E. with relatives and friends. The the state.Foremost.

..rrlptlc.n Price (On advance' P,T year 1300( I was given. Link on Ninth Street. Letters reported temperaturesin
Two \enr ".00, Six ;Month, IJOU. Shorter pirloil not accepted.I.AMONTI i Miss Karen Albritton returned Spiceland as "way below

, : II MOOUi:. rubllHhvrFMMALKMJ HOSPITAL NEWS home Sunday after spending a zero". Dairies
\ le. :'100111':. Alivertl.loli Manager I Patients released from the week with her sister and broth- Employ 15,000

t run IIIs1'8 .: : YFit WA 'ATolmB mli .:J.-n.o:: IUDA I Louisiana Raulerson Hospital er-in-law, A2C and Mrs. T. E. REST HOME: NEWS
I'ubllHhPil end ITInt.-d In Okeecliobfe County Florida. Heart of thOfficial this week were'Ira: Priest, Valerie I I Matthews at Patrick Air Force The Holiday season and The: farflungoperations of

I ', Newfpnpvr nt oknvhnliro County and Pity of Okmbobe. Florid" Ann Harvey. Donald Stairs, Base.Mrs. Christmas was brightened at Foremost Dairiesr which had
\'cnr.rounll Cnttld country with the text lines tubing! In the World. June Stahner, Tommy Barnett.; George Spann and Mrs. the Dunklin Rest Home this humble I Beginnings in northern-
James Elliott, Sidney Crablll; Ted Spann and son, Donald, year when Mrs. Pearl Godwin Florida in 1929, is now composedof
Charles Tinsley, colored patients were visitors in Fort Pierce and Mrs. Martha Mobley of the 250 -plants and l .OOO employees -
Course Completed ArMle Delenall, Nathaniel Mc- Sunday afternoon.Mr. Independent Baptist Church with an annual sales

Call Albertha Bonneau: ,. Larry and Mrs. O. E. Bryant, Jr. visited the home with Individual -' voume of $440,000,000.
' p"v '.lt and Mexican patients
I "r and children Anne Marie and gifts for the residents. .
1 Y, ,I u Soledad Perez and Ibaby.Patients in the Skipper returned home Monday I Others who helped to make SEE CYPRESSjjGARDENS.
( tI remaining evening after spending the hol-I not only this Christmas mefry,
I ; I hospital;: are Arnie Long, Lilla idays in Georgia visiting rela- but the rest of the year as well
ii Platt Lucky, Lillian Sullivan, tives and friends. were Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Draw-
b.1 colored patient .
Johnnie Walker
Mrs. Qulllie Hazelllef and Mr. and
l son dy, Mrs./! Esther Walker,
E Seminole Tom
% le'r I I.I Fills! Lamar and Joe spent the week end visiting Mrs. Earl Snyder and Mrs. Dol-

.- Smith. I in Miami. 1 Ily Kelly and the Tastee Freez. IMOotnlO.pmnOpMIJprri
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Sharon Hilton left Thursdayto
t ta
.I return to Appalachian Teachers -
College at Boone N. C. En-
Rev. aryl Mrs. ."jewey Herndon
: h. route she stopped at Chester ,
of Okeechobee have announced::
t the engagement of their daughter field, N. C. to visit her aunt who

Miss Carolyn Darlene Hern- "is very 111.

: : don, to Shelby Olynn Thompson I I
son of Mr .and Mrs. W .C.
Thompson of Monroe. La. {
c1I! 2g4' Miss Herndon was graduated >

from Lee College Lee College Cleveland Academy Ten and GILBERT i i

Mr. Thompson, a graduate of
t Neville High School, Monroe,I THEATRE TIME
La., also attended Lee College. LIMITED
The couple plan to establish a Okeechobee, FloridaFRIDAVSATURDV
e rl home In Monroe.
I
v Rev Herndon is the pastor of

9 t the A.Church February of wedding God here.. is planned :i January 6.7 prices I shown I good for one I week


Bill Williams in class at the Automatic Electric Co. training | Under Ten Flags. !
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school. I SCHOOL CLASS SENDS VAN IIEFLIN : tl1i1L1IIu1Iu:1tII: :
CHARLES LAUGIITONPLUS ;
GIFT TO CARE
Harry L ''Bill'' Williams has system. i
i ompleted a ten-week course on Williams! manager of the In- The 8-F section of the 8th I
maintenance and operation f I diantown Telephone System Is grade planned to extend ChristI I
Strowger telephone exchanges married to the former Dorothy mas into the new year. By giving In The Wake SALE
in the training school at Automatic Womack of Okeechobee. They something each day during ; RANGE:
Electric Co Northlake, have two daughters, Loren and the: two weeks before vacation, i Of A StrangerTONY I
Illinois. Tina. they.collected $10 and this WRIGHT
J The class included trainees I Williams! attended Newell amount was matched by the I THRIFTY 30" PUSHBUTTON
from all parts of the United I high school Newell N C., and teacher, according to the agreement I SIIIRLEY EATON II I
States and the students learned;, served five years in the Army. when the project was begun 0 I 0 RANGE
all phases of operations of I I The training he received in I They were, therefore, i SUN.MON.TXJES.January: .
Strowger automatic central of 1 the course will enable him to able to send $10 to CARE for a 8-9-10
flee equ'pment'! : help Install and to maintain food parcel for community use III ei. Puthbult n Control* Convenient
Automatic Electric Co is the the new equipment that will go In an underdeveloped country I Elmer GantryIn i.uICI i.. Whether Wondi Art Full or Wet
nation's largest manufacturerof into the new telephone building\thus aiding in the moral battle I Oven l.g Encugh For H.ld ,. likinglr..l
telephones and communica- to be erected in Indiantown asulnst Communism. The sec- Eastman Color ip Unit Entl 4. W.rr- SrnkNo
tions equipment for the independent \I soon. The new equipment will ond was given to their aged uICI ? Drip Co tt p
be connected with Southern BURT LANCASTER
telephone industry friends at tae: Dunfclin Rest } -
md a subsidiary of General Telephone Bell long distance facilities and II ), Home thus remembering those JEAN SIMMONS
&Electronics Corp. I I is expected to greatly Increasethe here at home who need held. | SHIRLEY JONES I !Isli
Automatic Electric Company,I long distance service in Indiai (Editor's Note: The Okeecho-I PATTI PAGE
originated the dial telephone I 'town. /
'e News last week erroneously
I credited the donation to the
I Brethren Church. We apologizeto I WLDNESDYTIIVnSDAY 16995
January 11-12
1k' Class 8F and commend them
for their charitable act of giving Hercules UnchainedIn
WTET
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Wanda Sue Williams left STEE\E REEY'ESCeaice
Sunday for Johnson City Tenn
She Is attending college .there -
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$10.95 Values k 1
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$14.95 Values Now $ 8.99 I ,
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SHORTS .


PEDAL PUSHERS! & CAPRI PANTS I

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I Originally $3.93 Now $2.69

Originally $5.93 - Now $3.69

BATHING SUITS
: . Great g'lK & Gray 3- .iipotamuses tn captivity, welgh- I .

q v( ( .1 M( u i-, i iv i l'mllnOto\ Oke1K ink three tons will be seen in ; Values to 5514.95 . Now $6.00
the menagerie
0 :Monday, Jan 9 East ot
Tne Flying Nelsons aerialists TEE SHIRTSValues
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Hail l for
r performances a from' Vienna: the Avalon trio.

o 1 and 8 p.m., sponsored by equilibrists and the Jordan fami to $5.95 Now $1.99 and $2.69 ,
<>, !" )bee Lions Club. Doors i I I \fly of English acrobats will bet '
'::11'i menageries will:! open at seen in the three rings.
to and 7 p.m. I These are only highlights of USE LAY
Tn"r are more than 100 peo-1 the big show performance beginning Mary Reeves"LADIES .
m! traveling with the big show I'' at 3:30: and 8 p.m. I OUR AWAYPLAN

hi prison in addition to 2C 0 I Doors open at 2:30: and 7 p.m I EASY 4r
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.nllposters agents and adver- On the circus grounds at 10:30: ,
!sing men who travel In ad-. ,|I !> m. the wild animals will be' FASHION WEAR" .
dnre Two special convoys are i fed. The public Is invited to wlt- ROdeo 2-5561 Okeechobee '
.uilized for transportation Morean ness this strange sight espe- ;26 Orane Ave. Fort Pierce
50 wild animals and a here l dally school children and teachers All Sales Final!-No Exchanges-No Refunds
)f 6 elephants arc promised. .-.no cost or obligation, en-
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FRIDAY, DECEMBER' '16, 1960 THE OKEECHOBEK, FLORIDA, NEWS THE DAIRY CAPITAL OF FLORIDA
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DAVE'S TRADING CENTERBox cific duties and was referred tp Street and Sanitary Commit- Harden's Camp

806 Okeechobee, Florida FathersTake the City Charter, which is quite tee-Leon Yellding/ chairman, Reiidents HaveCommunity
.Phone 28025IRollaway City vague with respect to his of C. H. Parkerson, E. H. Hunt. New Year '
fice. The only specific duty Water and Lighting Commit-

. '". .. ". .$18.00l mentioned is City Judge. Mayor tee-E. H Hunt, chairman, C. I The residents of Harden's Fish
itWANTADSi Wardrobe . . . .$25.00 OfficeContinued Mack later stated that, since no H .Parkerson, Jesse R. Watford. Camp, some 75 strong and representing -
China Closet . '. ,. . .$29.00 specific duties had been out- Parks, Laws and Rules Com a dozen states, had a
1 20" Girls Bike . . . .$15.00 lined by the council or in the mittee C. II. Parkerson,I community feed and afternoonof
( from Page One) charter he would the chairman Leon and E.
city use Yellding
1 Dresser and Chest . ,$29.00 games and social activities to
....d, slstance and cooperation of his Florida Statutes as a guide in H. Hunt. lelebrate the New Year.
FOR SALE-2-Burner' Oil heater DAVE'S TRADING CENTER board. He then asked for coop the functioning of his office.: Former Chairman Hunt was Starting early in the morning ..

FOR. SALE or RENT $15. Some tools, used builders ' Box 806 Okeechobee, Florida eration of the city water department -I The new council voted unanimously the only member of the new residents set up taties in
I hardware. Wm. Griffith, 1 Phone 2-6025 in filling: the swim to re-hire all city em- council to" be appointed as a the center of the trailer lodge

block East of Hancock St. l-6p ming pool to a depth that would ployees and the city attorney member of all four operating and women plied back and forth
A, free theatre pass awaits prevent damage and offered tor the ensuing two year period., committees. No particular significance all morning long loading down
ioRSALEDTherm: ; -- - --- -
Ray Morris at Gilberts. the city the use of necessary I As a prelude to his tenure as was". I attributed to the the tables with a ,bountiful feed.
FOR RENT I Heater.. Reg. price 24995. NOTICE equipment and operators to President of the Council, Claude action since one man of the The event was marshalled by

Special Sale Price, $169.95. GIL I will not be responsible for pave the entrance road to Wilcox Gardner announced the appointment four would inevitably find himself -!' Mrs. Van- Swan, a regular winter -
Beautiful Extra Large I BERTS. debts incurred by anyone Shores. He also agreed that of committees, thechairmen as a member of each of the visitor at Harden's.
any four comittees with each I'
2-Bedroom CBS Home, the would com-
county procure the of which, he said,
other, than myself. Effective News of the event was reported -
Featuring Large Garage, I BOATS & TRAILERSFOR oil for the mittees comprised of three
January 4, 1961. necessary job from its would have full and complete members. by William H Castens.a ,
Breezeway, Front Porch, I LEO MATCHETT usual source, reimbursement for authority with respect to operation I honey producer from Port
RidIng I
Hardwood Floors, Lar g e SALE Used Snapper which would be made by the of their various depart,I I Clinton. Ohio who brought News

Living Rooms and Bedrooms Mower. $150. GILBERTS. INCOME TAX TIME IS HERE city. He further extended an ments. Appointments were as LaFaye Faglle returned Sunday -'I Editor Bill Presley a sample of

FOR bALE AGAIN . For professional assistance invitation to the council for follow: I I to Boone, N. C. after spend- his wares when he brought in

Phone ROdeo 6-1561. Mark 75 Mercury W/Controls,' with your tax prob- one or all of its members to attend Finance and Fire Committee ing the Christmas holidays at I, the article. Cartens has been a

TOMPKINS: : REALTY $395; Scott 60 Wremote controls lems see Bill and Dee Presley, meetings of the county Jesse R, Watford, chairman, I home here. She is a student at I regular winter visitor in this
$381; 1959 SCOtt 40 HP 814 West 8th Street, Okeechobee. commission with a view to pro- I Leon Yellding, E. H. Hunt. Appalachian Teachers College I area for the past eight years.
.,. Electric, $321; 1959 Gale Electric Call RO 2-1101 for appointment I mount harmonv and mutual I
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HP, $151! 1959 Evlnrude 5% understanding of problems com-

FOR RENT: Furnished cabins, 35 HP, $285; 1958 Johnson 10 WHiT RIDGE WATER: s gal. mon ,to both bodies
I; T W. ,
kitchens. P. P. Evans used motors Conely representing
electric HP, $151 40 other 85c plus deposit; Distilled w\t r
Johnnie Walker
re-stated
Phone 2-3961. 7-24M to choose fromSPORTSMAN 25c gallon plus deposit. PARK a
request for re-zonlns\ the
nice CENTER DRUG CO., Phone RO 2-3271
Furnished
FOR RENT Fort Pierce, Fla. tf area including and adlacent to
clean 1 or 2 room apartment, '""' I ,'. ll-13tf._ I the drive-In theater from residential -
by week!or month. Utilities fur- A free pass to Gilbert's Theatre to commercial.! The request -
nished. Road 78. TelephoneRO awaits Mike Catanzaro. I Masonic LodgeInstalls was" denied by the old

23165. 4-29tf 'I II I cfwni"i 'tact month. The new NOTICE NOTICEThe
HOUSE TRAILERSFOR council took the matter under
FOR RENT: Three Room House
I Officersi advisement
deferring de-
any
with sun porch. Adults only. On SALE 30 foot Aluminum I i vision until the new council
Okeechobee Road. Inquire Tele- House Trailer with 1-ton reverse Masonic Lodge 237 instated members had an opportunity to
phone ROdeo 2-4178. l-6tf cycle air conditioner,'call officers for the coming year in make a sight examination of
I''RO 2-6101. 1-6 a to wives ahd ,
FOR SALE OR TRADE 2 ceremony open the property concerned.
bedroom furnished cottage, jalousie I, FOR SALE 30 foot Aluminum guests of members Thursday I!! Councilman Watford proposed -

front porch. Lot 50x135. House Trailer with 1-ton reverse evening Installed an amendment to the ordin Board of Directors
New officers were
Beautiful. lawn with fruit and cycle air conditioner /all ance governing re-zoning to
Master John Ed
BJfl Williams. :
palm trees. solar system Insures RO 26101. 12-30 provide that any proposed requests
Senior Warden O.
Burdeshaw. ;
hot water without cost. Car for rezoning be submit-
porte. Within 4 miles of Lake FOR SALE All Aluminum 35 D. Godwin Junior Warden; An- ted to the council prior to be-

Worth. Write P. O. Box 656, ft. Mobile Cruiser House Trail tony Davis, Treasurer;. Rags-1 Leon ) ing advertised in order that the of Okeechobee County Farm Bureau
Yellding secretary V. J
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Okeechobee. dh er. Two bed rooms and bath. ; council may investigate prior to
Call ROdeo 2-5181. 11-2512-16; .dale, chaplain; ones u. Lee, the matter being presented for
FOR RENT Apartment with New and Used Marshal; Donald Mack senior action. The council voted the
all-electric kitchen. Call Mrs. J. TRAILER FURNITURE 'deacon; Alfred Meares, Junior proposal Into law. '

L. McCall at 7830 in Canal Anything for Trailers Deacon; Bobby Burton, Tiler; Mack Kinsaul, water depart-

Point. 12-30 One Stop Trailer Bervke"LOCKWOOD j John Henry Thomas, Senior]I ment superintendent. indicated The
3-Bed- Steward; Alan Thomas, Junior that new filter valves are badly Announce Opening'of
FOR SALE Two New Steward.-
1904 S. 4th St. Ft. Pierce needed for the water purification I ,
room unfurnished houses. See I The officers were Installed' by I' plant, stating that the old
0. W. Clay at Railroad Store,' Animals For Sale '1'. W. Conely; past master, withZ .I. valves have been in service for I
Okeechobee. 11-4U K. Williams serving as mar- 32
and
years are beyond further
FOR RENT Housekeeping! FOR SALE 2 Shetland Pony shal. I repair. He also Informed t ie II
bachelor quarters, suitable for Colts, born in April. One chest- Preceding the installation ceremony ' council that the firm which an
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nut with white mane and tail a barbecue supper of manufactured the valves now in
2 to 5 in
working men group or
dividuals. Located four blocks I one bay with light mane and steak and ribs was served to I use Is no longer in business and I

from post office. Call Marguerite I tall. Also have a 22 hp Johnson members and guests. The bar- that parts are not available.
Bass Lynn. Rodeo 2-4291. 11-4 outboard motor for sale or will becue was prepared by members'and Kinsaul was Instructed to havea I
I trade. Dr. Platt, telephone RO the trimmings were added representative of a recognized
FOR' RENT Two- Bedroom 6-1421. 12-2tf by the ladies of the Eastern firm make an estimate of requirements I Okeechobee
Apartment. Unfurnished. Call Star, affiliate organization of and meet with the County

ROdeo 6-1901. l-6tf AUTOMOTIVE l the Masonic Lodge.AAeanderings. council in special session in order -

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that corrective measures.
FOR SALE In Fort Myers, 50- I
mav be taken.
a 9 5 8 CHEVROLET IMPALA,
ft. by 150 ft. lot. Locat-)
building V-8, power glide, power steering, City Attorney Hendry Informed -
ed 8 miles So. of Ft. Myeis on the council that the Municipal ,
power brakes, radio, white side- Officelocated
Farm Bureau
Hwy 41. Near beach cut oft road.I walls. Silver blue with -special By P. P. EVANS I Code Corporation had
Price $800. For more information -
The Inaugural ceremonies and submitted
Impala interior; in good condition a proposal for codi-
Call RO 2-3041. 23l-12p; Will sell for $1250. Comparethis related meetings constituted a fying city ordinances and revIsing I

with cost Used Car Lots. full day in Tallahasse Tuesday. and up-dating the city the
FOR RENT 2 bedroom housein on in rear of South Florida Office Equipment Supplyon
There were over 1,000 seats charter at an approximate cost !
East Okeechobee. $30 per mo.( Charles M cAr t h u r. Rodeo
Call ROdeo 21691. 12-23 2-123L. 1-6,13 placed on the East side of the of $2400. He stated that ImmedIate -
capital for guests!! and visitors. action would be required in
FOR SALE OR RENT-Nice two MISCELLANEOUSFOR I Most of the seats were filled order to have the changes approved , North Park Street
I I'I
bedroom house. Furnished. Call i i with shivering men and womenIn In the current session of
RO 2-3189. 1-6 about 32 degree temperature. the legIslature. The council
SALE Former Oovernor Milalrd Cald- I agreed that the need for such with Mr.:\ Tallmadge Bergen as Insurance Agent '
FOR SALE 20 Lots, guaranteed Nearly new Clrculat Oil .
well was Master of Ceremonies.The I action is urgent but some of the
title. $350 each. Four lots, heater with 55 gal drum. $50.
administered
oath of office -
was I members were reluctant to authorize -
$500 each 1958 Dodge 2-door Boys 24-Inch Bicycle . .$500; to Gov. Bryant by Hon. B. the exvendlture at this
hardtop. $60 month. Phone Boys New Shoe Skates, size 7'i Phone RO 2-1201-P 0 Box 1535
per K. Roberts: Justice of the Su- time, even thoujh it was deter- ,
RO 2-2163 ll-18tf $20. Call RO 61822. 12-23,30p:
I nreme Court-That of Doyle mined that a major savings

FOR RENT Furnished apart- Have 17 piece 3-ply Stainless Conner, Secretary of Agriculture would be effected by the action. Office open 8:30: to 5 laily _
ment. Call Edison Walker, RO,I Steel Waterless Cookware Sets. I r'ert' by BK Roberts also. Asl I The council did however, Instruct -

2-3201. l-6tf, Regular $149. Sacrifice, $39. the invocation was being given Hendry to draV'up a
iginal Factory Seal "on or-I the sun came out for. the first resolution providing for the
FOR SALE 2 bedroom house, Will personally deliver Set time. I! same staggered terms of office '

$l00,down and $50.80 monthly in 2 weeks. No obligation unless As far as we know, Farris Bryant for councilmen as is provided. All Farm Personnel
payments for six years. Jim! satisfied. Write for Brochure. H. I Is the only Oovernor the I. for County Commissioners The

Walter Corp. Call RO 6-1601 or Kalfin, 8955 SW 58th St., Miami,! State has ever had that was aI proposal was that effective with
write P. O. Box 372, Okeechobee. I Florida. 12-23,30p member of the Seminole Indian I I the next city election, three
Tribe.P councilmen would be elected! fora
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FOR SALE 2 Bedroom CBS Traps Cleaned and Repaired P Evans County chairman'I two year pe.lod.Subsequent are eligible for membership
House. Under Construction No. Phone Okeechobee RO 2-4724 or for Bryant,'and Paul l Evans left I elections would

of Hospital. Call ROcTea 2-2163. I RO 2-2071. Sunday, spent the night in bring into boln) four year Should you desire to know more, contact this office i
ll-4tf Tampa where they picked up terms for nil: cour.:ilmen, leav-
I Let's Trade MowersJUST Thomas P. Evans then all drove ing three or two old members on
FOR SALE Furnished three-
call ROdeo 2-4231 today to Tallahassee. Evans said these ',the council, depending on the
room and bath cottage, 1041
for a FREE!: demonstration on was at least 40 acres of p'/ple election period
Buckhead Ridge. Key next doorat
Oillls'. 12-l6tf YOUR lawn. We'll trade on the lining both sides of Monroe st. i Mayor: Donald R. Mack asked
I spot. Sizes and prices to fit to watch the floats, bands and for a clarification of his spe

HELP WANTED your girls pass by in the parade. It
needsGilbert's wa by far the largest and most

SALESOIRLS WANTED Apply elaborate inauguration for any
Clix Shoe Store between FOR REPAIRS on Frigldalre Governor. The place was covered -

hours of 1 to 2 p. m. on' Friday, and Maytag appliances call with Newsmen . The In-
Dec 30. 12-30 GIL ERTS. ROdeo 2-4231 tf augural Committee Issued over C

i,I 2- 150 Press Cards. The parade Included -
FOR SALE 1956 POSTIAC
The Addition of New
military units, trucks, a
I door, 6 cylinder. Clean, good
Help WantedMale shape, must sell. Leaving for jeeps and tanks, jet planes flying -
in formation. Also
; a 19-gun
military service. Price $400. Call
salute. Okeechobee well
RO 2-2915 or RO 6-1381. l-6p was Staff MemberWe
Female. Clericaland
or
I represented by many people including
Secretarial. Five Div Bobby Lamb can claim his the School Band, but we
Week. Write Dept. OKB free theatre pass at the box did not have a float to enter In
% Okeechobee News. 7-29tf ,
office at Gilberts. ;i the parade.
I proud to announce that

ENJOY WORKING and earn

good paychecks! Sarah Coven
try Jewelry Co., nationally advertised Smart JOHN E. HOSTETTER
on TV daily needs 15 Get

ladles to work in this area . I Pharmacisthas
15 hours weekly can net you $30 Registered

to $50. Need car. For interview, I GALS.
call justice 2-2107, West Palm e .
Beach ((4-6 p.m.), or write in ) joined our staff and stands ready to assist one and

care of P. Lolll, 417 Lea Altos theWANTAD
Rd, Lake Worth,.Florida 18 shop all with their health and prescription needs

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, Conservation for the dairy cows.A I Bible Study and Prayer I Sabbath School Sat., 9:30: a.m. Friday, 7:00: p. m., Penance Worship 11:00: am. '
Soil News two and a half mile drag- Wednesday, 7:30: p.m.CHURCH. Church Service Sat., 11:00: am. Friday, 7:30: p. m., Inquirers' Evangelistic, 7:30: p.m.'
} line ditch has been completedto Vespers At Sundown Sat. Class. Tues. Prayer Service, 7:30: p.m.
By BILL McCALL, Soil Conservation Service I Thursday Y.P.E., '1.:4OJU.: ,
help give them better drainage -' OKEECHOBEE Prayer Meeting Wed..7:30: p.m. .I
V
U Arthur Jersey Dalrtll, alter is busy making Improve- on some of their Improved OF THE BRETHREN M. V. Meeting, Friday, 7:30: p.m. CHRISTIAN SCIENCE CHURCH .
I rcrth of Okeechobee on T7S 441, ments of their pastures to give pastures. Graves plans to install Rev. F. C. Rohrer, Pastor Sunday School 9:30: 'a.m. .1
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w.h J. R. Oraves, general nuuj. them more and better acreageBulls'for complete water control systems'I Sunday School Hour, 10:00: am. ASSEMBLY OF GOD Church Service, 11:00: a.m. FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH {
on some of the pastures for both'I Morning Worship 11:00: am. Anton Jensen, Pastor Wednesday Evening Service3rd Church Chimes, 9:30: am. \
drainage and irrigation. The I Youth Fellowship, 6:30: p.m. Sunday School 9:43: a. m. Wed. 7:30: p.m. Sunday School 10:00: a.m.
; Soil Conservation Service will I I Evening Worship 7:30: p.m. Morning Worship 11:05: tun.
assist him with the planning I Wednesday CIIURCII OF OUR :SAVIOUR.:; ; CIIURCII OF GOD Training Union. 6:30: p.m.
Sale and laying out these systems. He,I I Prayer & Bible Study 7:30: p.m. EPISCOPAL Dewey Herndon;Pastor Evening: Worship 7:30: pm.
also plans to clean some old.eX-I I George II. Cave, Vicar I Sunday School, 10:00: am. Prayer Meeting .(Wed.) 7:30 pm. I
Istlng ditches. I I' CATIIOLIC
CIIURCII
Sunday: 10:00: a. m.-
Most all of the improved -: !
pastures i I Sunday Mass, 9:00: am. Family Communion SERVICE Pfcn*HOwmrd 1-7000
on the dairy have had 24' HOUR AMBULANCE ''
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,I I: Holy Day Mass, 7:00: am. Sunday School 1
fall application: of fertilizer.
HEREFORD and ANGUS Work is progressing on clear- SEVENTH DAYADVENTIST Sunday Sermon 7:30: p. m., Bible Study
ing; and planting about another
I CIIURCII Wednesday, 9:00: A. M., H .C.
1,000 acres of improved pastureto GEORGE PETTY, Pastor Saints'' Days, 9:00: A. M., H. C.
BREEDING AGE READY TO GO pangola grass.
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to 19, ad reported by the Research -
Service for rain gauges: '1 c
Dixie, 042; Bassett, 046; Judson :
0.43; Williamson. 0.44; :
CONTACT Mobly 0.40; and Opal 057. ,
The Okeechobee Soil Conser-
vation District Board of Supervisors EQUALLY IMPORTANT
wishes each and every t
George DempseyPhone one of you a Merry Christmas. N 'ltl':: .$ show yov is
Promptness of response a
hew w. can pro.
E. H, Finlay son, of Greenville, most necessary consideration
Florida was re-elected presi- t.fct 'lhn' again. when you call an ambulance.Safe .
6-1771 dent of the Florida Farm Bu YOUR
reau during the association's practically careful driving is equally -

annual convention in Jackson' l import, so we always
vile early in November I I JEWELS VAIL RISKS." drive with the safety of the '

patient uppermost in mind.

'{ ureh 1 ii SHOULD, For safe, sure, dependable

i ambulance service, alwayscall
LOANSAUTOMOBILES "' tEV' BE WELL the Yates ambulance num

INDEPENDENT MISSIONARY ber in Okeechobee.
BAPTIST CHURCH INSURED SERVICE
M. M. MARTIN, Pastor o Nos
CALL RODEO 2-6611
Sunday School 10.00: a.m. -MORE i
Morning Worship 11:00: am. .

APPLIANCES Bapt.Summer Train.7:15:Course p.m., Sunday LEONARD BERGERINSURANCE 1 1cqi

Winter 6:45: pm. YATES
HOME REMODELING Evening Worship
Summer, 8:00: pm. AGENCYFIREAUTOCASUALTYBONDS i
BUSINESS EXPANSION Winter, 7:30: p.m. I eflae..JJome ;
Prayer Service (Wed.)
/1 ST..FT.PIERCE,FLORIDAMEMICR.THCORDEROFTHC
8:00 : 101 I SOUTH 11 1 j
Summer : pm. Okeechobee Nlt ryU0
County Bank Building
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SMALL LOANS DEPARTMENT Winter, 7:30: p.m. I t" N' ,
Phone RO 2-7441 AUl(Of" GOLDEN RULE
PRIMITIVE: BAPTIST CHURCH
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BANK Sunday School, 9:45: a.m. /" ? ., //J'Jt" 't" t'.l: ",7'. ,..w > .. -......'.!\ \. ,'
: Worship Service, 11:00: a.m. "6'1 ;'# f' : .... ..- ; \,\.
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IF YOUR AD "
Grass Planting ImPAIRS FOR \.. '< ; J

WAS IN THIS AUDREY STORMAN ON FRIGIDAIRE AND .. \.
SPACE MAYTAQ: APPLIANCES I
Local and Long JOHNSON OUTBOARD
YOU'D BE READING Distance Hauling MOTORS 4 .

IT NOW . PHONE RO 2-5951 LAWN MOWERS I

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BEAUTY SALON e ,' PLUMBING offer you more in economy, In comfort, and In beauty than any other

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Con"nienlly Located \t 3i-Mile: North Klsslntmee ,
FIFTH and OSCtOL.\,. Erl(1ge-.Road 78 a patio wall around your backyard barbecue- it pays

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MIMITKS, IIOAIIU OPCUMMISniO WHEREAS, Jerry Hancock Iiaa I Howard I'ender (appeared before RESOLUTION to accept said Deed of Release, The following voucher were ap. ?ante 1801 through 2841:/ In the improved .
POINTS' I>..nsThe appeared before thin Hoard In ro. the. Hoard and mated be wai agree. WI-HIlEAS' the Taylor ('rOPk'at' NOW. THEREFORE UK IT' RB end ordered paid! ollnt of 90,390.19:
gard to lbo' drainage probtem which I able to a cattleuunrd being put on Shed Committee hale requenUert SOLVED that tho deed of releam Hoard of County Commlmilon.' exlHtii on his property In Section 18 the Corbctt Norman road In titles t. Bound to annum I'1 1 dated June 20, 1000 vxwuted by thii through 1748 |In the amount of 411. l Klne '"ml Forfeiture Fund War.

trot of Okewhobe County, Florida 'Townxhlp 37 South Rouge 30 East, of the (ate ,_ '- nlblllty fop tnalntenance of that Federal Aviation Agency and per. 493.20. rants 495 through GOO In the amount
met In regular wmilon conveucdTuenday lying North of Slate toad, 70, and K.: II. Hunt, prenUIent. of the City portion of Taylor Creek Water Shod tanning to 5.IS acre of the Okeeiao. fond and Bridge, Fund War. or $.84T1.(! .
Itecembcr IS, 19>0 at ( WHl'.n ;AH. Hancock lulvUe thin C'ouu'II. nppeiired before the hoard project. which Include the Airport bee County Airport bo and It U
t o'clock A. M. with the following Board that tile two box culver lo. and requeati'd that they a 110, ditch, Wlllllln.nltcb und Wolf hereby accepted
member present! Commlmilontri cated on State Road 7iO In front of Hint the City paving the Bluimh,' togethei' with their ntrue.! U1 1'1': KOUTIIHR RESOLVED:
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John F. Pearce, (chairman MorU hiM propel 1 ) are not lufTlrlent to fntnuien tI.follIctJI\ ,>ox Hlioren lures andWIIKKKA8 Hint all actii of the Hoard of Coun. ,, a sit'
ThomuH I K .J. R u blnnon, Lee HllHi permit the ndiMiuata How of water Kub.dlvMoii. ,Motion wai mude by thli Board on the 21 Hi ty CummIsshnrr.. of Okci-ihobee
) and J. M. Haven| Attorney W. L, and that due 'to this condition hu "ThomaM seconded by HllllH mid day ot ()tober, 1968, accepted 1 th I County heretofore done. nnd per. LOADED
Hendry; Deputy bhiHlIT,; .John Collier, MollonMI made by Koblimon unanlmoufiljr carried to table untila Committee' Report. on '1'11)ion CrVek fanned In i-onnectlon wllli furnlnli.Init . , ,
I and County Clerk 1ia> ne* E. VTI1. M'roiidcd liy Thomas and uiianl.mouKly Inter daU Water Shed\ and unturned le ponM|. II rlglit of WII)' on the lkeechnlje
(lame. canted to hove li,Vihlte.way Motion wits miuln by Roblimon,, blllty for the maintenance ot that County Airport to the 81,10Ilolld .
The mliuilen of the prevlou meet- Unlit Hint one. being token up on seconded by HllllH and unnnlmouitly .portion of dm Taylor deck WaterShed Deportment for the cO'lIlrll..llln. <>i WITH OLD STOCK!
In if were lend and approved. lIoulll I'ark. Street placed nroundIliu carried; to accept bid for mile or project an then I.r..p..e! from a public road he'and the name. aielieleby
Motion wan made by ]{ohln nn, court house Riitomolillept hauling mooiiHliliiua I' Highway. 441 to bite orlxln of iipproM'd, conflimed and ru. 9 -

neconded by Hiiye* and ummlmouH.1y II. 1'. Abney appealed herons the follow) I that wvcrul I'"nllh. and tilled
I carried to appoint ire Hlllla to Houid" mill'\ objeitcd to the ta xiII. 1J4S (,hn., fiG l to Joejli'ndermin : \VIIIHIAH: : it in deemed. tll the i-Assii) AND AOoi'TED is lir.n.
attend U hearing In regard to the ereasa on hla opoity ,.North! of the 1951 ('brynler |3&, KildU RnlilnainiI best interest uf the Co 1111 t y fLAU SHSSION[ ('O:>!V.-OI'D: : THIS Help Us.Unload Some Of The Following
merger of the Kcaboaid AtillnesJtullroud I liillroud. 'tro.h. He woe U<1 viced by I Hooded each )"enr by heavy .ruin to UPPlove the abovo cane, J3TII DAY 01" UKCKMnr.K: : A. U.
TiiKKiiroui: (: ui: IT HI:. 1060.Mullen. MIMEO PAPER-VARIOUS
and the :Atlantic Coast bite 1100,1 I I to make n Hat of the fall and NOW COLORS-BOTH LEGAL AND
Uno Hall 1'01111 at the rullroud. com. loin that lire In pond and stunt and WIIKHKAH: thl*. Board detfn It to HiiLVIU: Hint the )ll.inr.l, uf County wan mud by TtoblnHon, LETTER' SIZE--MAKES! TIlE BEST DOGGQNED SCRATCH
jianyn' expense. cum buck before tllfl hoard the brit Jnterent of Okeet'hobei- ConutilHHlonei\ aKHiime the reKpull'lblllty l. ncc'ontliMl. by lid yen nnd Miiiinlmoux. PAPER FOR_KIDS!
Motion wan made bjr Uoblnmjn, !lotion wa made by Hayes, Hecond.eil County and affected. land owner to Vir) the maintenance. of Hint ly can'led to' approve 1Mil l In the
tH'condcd !by lllllla and ununlmou ly 'by ItubliiHun n nil unanlmoiiKlyiiirilfd have .111,1 drulusge\ 1'l'ohlt'l1'or.. ,p frt of Taylor ( "....1. \\nlci I""IIII.oJ..t amount at 1110 to henry Jeinlicnn. 8i, x14 $3.50 And at that was priced low
whlih Inelu.le Hie for apprnliml er\lcc In condemn.ution
curried to send Kowenu 1'nrkumon to adopt the following reclodfNOW Alfpi.ltdltih. '
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to the Supervisor of RiiflxtratlonConvention olutloiiiMIII.KCAM: Tiiniir.roun:, nn IT HUfcOLVnii \\\llllamHon' ( illlih and \\'olTMonich suite. NOW $2.95
In Ct'nrwIII..r.! Florida InJnnuary. 1I1.:1SULt"'ION' I !that the Suite Roan I*. tiiudher with ili.lj- irn.\ ;MI.tli.nIIH. made by. IIIIIU, we.onilcd 8ix11! Was $2.75 We were crazy then!
I 1, : : n Thud Decree of purtnient I be, and they are hereby. .turt'H.I'ASSKIi. by ''llionm and unanlmou NOW
Motion wan mmlo by nobliiMon see.on Tax Foreclosure wale entered on the requested to lower und rlilnruw.. the AND Alt ul"I'Fh' iff reKnlnr l by curried to appio\e tjplciil troHBeclliin $1.95
Jed by IIIIIU and unanimously'tallied Section 18, Twp S7S UaiiKi-t 3(1( K: two box culveitn, located on State .eH lon convened! bide I llth: day > uf 'a'llIr Creek )Ilildire.Motion SPRAY P.\lST-A few colors in this too!
\ to udopt the following leselutlon .) I'ISM3I ANIJ Al'OI'fnU: In rctru. Hon l 70. Went of MuHiiulto Clock.In, of II.T...ml.fl r, A. D I. 1'IIII.; wax miid.j by Koblnm.n, Can't understand why this type store sold it, but it was

: i W Mciixtiin convened thin 11th' day I Kith day nf RESOLUTION uf J.i.iemlH'1, A 1) J julin to tht hereinafter! ,1".I'rlh.\! \\1, ( Kiililnmn nod miniilinoiiH.Iv I Iv carried to allow the Plate Hond '
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properly. In OUeei.holier. County, n cnriliil 1 to adopt. tlu fi.llimliiK Department In put a slight curve In $.98
pnlltleul HUlidlvMon of I Ih" >thte olI'lorldii r..I"II..11 : the cemetery rand In older to sloe. GOLD STARS, RED STARS BLUE STARS .Were lOc Box

SANDBLASTING AND SPRAY PAINTING ; and v I rtisui.riiu\: the pii-Bint bridge. for a by-pami Take 'em away at 7c Box
'' : :' I 1'1"1.111, AVIIVUi\S: : IhU limed ]huts, reCHlvnl bridge
'IntHI.llr.llllllt lo These are Dennlson's seals--reward the kids with the
.AAAI1.IITl9 AOYIAhhdei'rt Ft.ituto. 191.r,1:, ibis Imil, gnve-millu I, a I I'eed I uf .Itdi-n*' diili.ilJune Motion na made bHllllH! necond.
) ti' the Miitor, rrexldent% of the, City I 211. I'l.lll.rriini. Hi II', l-Vd.iMl-Av." ed by Itol.liiKon! "11,1 linnlilnH.ili.lvmuled fashioned stars for trying!
CoMiull, and, Thx Ani.eMKur of tliu. lalioii AKcinrlilili. muter II pox.Hll.le to iidVfitlHU" to close| nil ul. NOTARIAL SEALS-r-Make: the bet decorations for anything
(Clt>. of nkt-ethobei. "Klurldn, And tn fin" (ll<..etl.ol.cn riinniv\ to ro.i'nx II')'. In HlmkH .1:! and 6, Central UUH.IIICIIH Use 'em 45c Box
Ili' I, .> 11,110 torus. tutu" III' less tJf t Ilie Si.i.thin. BuHi.liiH r, IMorlduMollon up
C..IIII'1I1 nn"I1"'II.I..rll\ flan.tin Ol'hlllll'o! All' made by ttubinson'eonleu Seal the wife's lips-polite-like . . . . WtERE GOt; Box
Counn pull III (In.Stale wan
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l''lood Control" 1 Hl>1 liut of II Joint
; unanlnioUHl AIR :MAIL LABELS. SPECIAL: DELIVER LABELS P\R-
ot rioiliU for pill.II Itblhwtiy by lits nnd ,
met ling tn be 'hi' ''Id'1 tn Ihl' ('IIlIlIt-
ALL KINDS Communion Itooni of Hie. ukeelilio.bee \\lurpo.. and ciurled lu upprovi u bill from I'' A. CEL POST LABELS AND CAUTION LABELS
\MM.IIAS.: : it u deemm' i be, lhrbest I're.le) in the aninunl of |1W.87
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taD05 t "'unfitt'ourbuu,0' lit li 00 15% off list price
Neon SpeCl 1itta HefeiiKe. \peni1lliircnHERE'S .
I InU-rcHt
of ul".hlll i < iunt tl'UI1"Ivll
A. 11., (De< 1:1:l, fin I Inpin'punt' ,ifdelirnilnlng >
I NEED TO SELL SOME: TYPEWRITER TABLES I"OItLL
Uu |puce I of stub'imda
Ihnl have seen Included. In sold ,n. THOSE MACHINES SOLD FOR CHIUSTMXS: Or use

: :' Dixie FORT PIERCE Phone HOward 4-1X99 mil Deiiei. of Too Koiei.luniire; midll'IIIbiEAS one for that Sewing: !Machine or In the Kitchen for a
WHERE/ TASTE
1 :' piirmiHiit to until no. Roll-Around Table! We've got some priced so low for
tine, n netting tins held nt .HIII,| time the "quality" you'd wonder why you didn't think of one
and 1'.1.'.. ..', there bring piexeht lit I ALWAYS COMES FIRST I ONLY $11.25
ATTENTION CATTLEMEN alii meeting nil 1111.11 tiers or till
1I.al'II together ulih lion([ n It : STATIONERY! We're loaded down Stocked up for Christmas -

Hum Ports of the ('11)1' Court>'II' "if and guess people forgot we were In the businessDon'tmake
WHEN all is said and done, you've got to taste
Custom the Cltx of Olteeihobee, ''llnil.l.i
beautiful!
Hay Baling us keep this In stock until next year It's
whereupon. the pi''lee of wild limdn for yourself . and that's a pleasure whenyou're
Buy presents
and serviceable. it up at this price for birthday
were agreed and fixed In R'"I.IIIII..tlth
wonderful
HAY FOR SALE mild I Kl.n''lila' Slatute IIiI'.T. .. eating here. Come in for and you'll not be sorry!

:NOW,. TIIMtllfdllK: : :, 1113: IT 111-: eating! 25% DISCOUNT

LIVE STOCK HAULING SOl.V'l:! Unit puiHuant to tills nil. 0 NO WAITING here . but if you had to it SUE STARTS THURSDVY J\N. 5th-ENDS JAN. 11th
thorny of florid: MntuU> 111.r.5!
the following minimum prices are would be well worth it rome in-name

DURRANCE AND SON ameeil. and /fixed to the reMpi-rtlv. favorite food we'll it for you
your prepare
tuts. pnrceU and tract of liindi'; , South Florida Office & Supply
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Box 997 ROdeo 2.3152 (1.1.1' iiMillulil at Clerk' office. ) promptly. ,

Motion wax' mudi' by human, nee.onded . IF,you are cost-conscious, then the Sierra Res
1 by HIIII end un'iinlmomdvcnriled I '
to npinove" n nalnry In'r..eof taurant is for you. Our prices are most reasonable

$:IO per nionili fur the Juvenile .
Pool Equipment Repairs judge ail netbv tutu lenli.luturoJfollon .
Rodeo
number is
AND if telephone
your
V.HK niadu by Robinson( ,
Hernnded. by Huve nud nniinlmouii.ly 2.3571 you may come in this week and eat for I

GEORGE W.LAPP'THE carried. to approve the r.S.1: R..'.... free! The Dental Office Located on
inenti a follow:
Okee, Uttle Karu, '3.4S ; J. AV,
POOL BUILDER I."rp. JO.1! !, MurrhliiHon, 145.18, INN I
Fred and Krma: Judge, '.'8.llj:!: ill. SIERRA Sixth Street in Okeechobee
.:. Residential & Commercial belt liiiulernon, f 20. .

Motion wa mule by lllllln. nee
( tALL COLLECT onded by Koblnoa H nil unanlmotily .
Has been for business by
opened
L I I cairled, to adopt. the following RESTAURANTLou __
1301 Juanita Ave. HO 1-1606, Fort Pierce, Fla revolution;

I and Opal Riley, Managers I Dr. O.; E. Jamesand

Downtown Okeechobee on U. S. 441 I
CHAIN LINK FENCE '
.. will be open
'. .. . FRANK FORD Ii I I

Phone 110 1-8448 Ft. Pierce i
I i I Six Days a Week, Monday

CENTRAL ELECTRIC *
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of Cadillac ServiceFactory
Best --
introduces through Saturday, 8:30: to 5:00Dr. :
H w Carpet -- Tile LinoleumJalaualp .
"'Inllo", and' Doors i
Building .Supplies

: THE FIRST TV ANTENNA' FLOORS & CARPETS. INC. Trained Mechanics and

1307 Orange Ave. HO 1-3218: ,
Original Equipment Parts Tully Patrowlcz Optometrist, will continue

: EVER DESIGNED FOR lifts nnd hallmark Card

nORTON'S here with his office being open

uninterrupted, H '.

top-flight performance in mI 11:11 Gift Irll Weddlnll'tel, I on Thursdays and Fridays


122 N. 2nd St. 110 1.2525 Reed Haughton Motors
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Dike in ClewistonSome -

Volume 50-Number 25 Okeechobee, Florida; Friday, Jan. 6, 1961 lOc Per Copy

10.COO people are expected Coast Railroad. I major damage caused by both -
to vl it Clewiston Janu-I National: attention was focused of these mighty hurricanes and useless. breached, nor nearly so. the Flood Control Project Their than seven per cent.
ary 12 when the 85 miles of lev- on Lake Okeechobee's 730 I has survived to become a thriving As a result of the two death There are 83.54 miles of levees work has only Just begun, they An Increase of 24,409 vehiclesor
ees protecting: Lake Okeecho- square miles of water In 1920 growing metropolis dealing: storms, Mr. Herbert around the lake. The average feel. and much more time and 7.5 per cent was noted dur-
bee's southern shores are dedi- when 500 lakeside residentswere Up until that time, little effort Hoover, then president elect, levee height Is about 17 feet, work will go Into building sub- ing November over the 1959
cated by act of Congress, to killed by a wall :of water had been made to conrol I took an Interest In the drastic and In some reaches the slopes sequent levees, heightening exIsting month. Mileage of 16,183,1
former President Herbert Hoover created by a mighty hurricane, the triangular Lake The Stale death toll and made a personal have been paved and the top elevation levees, and Improving the I was up 9,25 per cent, Manusl
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I I Two years later another tropi- had constructed some muck I Inspection of the area to' deter has been raised. whole area noted ,
Mr. Hoover was personally responsible cal storm swept across the Lake dikes, but lack of knowledge of mine what the Federal Govern- Cost of constructing the dikes The Lake no longer strikes i Bond Interest coverage In November
for the big Dike's con- ; from West Palm Beach, claim-I I the mighty wind storm's effect ment could do to conrol the has been about 14.5 million dol' fear in the hearts of men. It has was 1.69 compared to
>trn..t.lnn between 1m.1)3R after -I inor 2.000 lives. on the Lake's surface showed Lake law and even today the dike become a major asset to the 1.62 In the 1959 month.
MhYh'ad visited i the area In I ---Ck e h bee City suffered the that the dikes were virtually At that time no Federal agency building program continues. State of Florida, and with Jev- Since It began operations four
1929 when President-elect to . ,\. had a general flood control Plans ure already being made to I ees and gated controls Its pow years ago<< the Turnpike Author-
view the scenes of such great la*. The Corps of Engineers raise the height of the levees' er has been harnessed for use- .iy has retired $8,650,000: of the
hurricane and flood disasters' 'yl however, did have a navigation and build succeeding dikes for ful purposes., original Issue of $74,000,000 rev-
as those of 1923 and 1928 when 3 project pending which would better protection. enue bonds. Total outstanding
2,500 lives were lost. The Dike pass through Lake OkeechoTieeA Many Floridians played major Income Is $65,350,000.
was built at a cost of more than I .. result of Mr Hoover's action roles In working out details for Parkway
$20 million by the U, S. Army the Lake Okeechobee levee the visit by President Hoover Miss OkeechobeeTo
Corps of Engineers who con- ._- A 'r : work was' added to the naviga- and subsequent plans for building Shows Marked
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tinue to maintain and operate ? tion program It wasn'I until the dikes around the giant
It. # 1936 that the Corps of Engineers lakeDoyle Be Chosen
In addition to Mr .Hoover officially had flood control worK E. Carlton, then Gov- IncreaseGross .
other dignitaries who will take added to Its responsibilities. ernor of Florida, accompanied Plans are now" near com-
part In the program include I Big levees and Improved out- President Hoover on his trip to inqome of the Sunshine pletion for the 'Miss Okeechobee
Florida Supreme Court lets were built by the Corps of Clewiston in February, 1929. State Parkway for the first sev- Beauty Contest" which will be
Justice Elwyn Thomas, rewly Engineers In the 1930's, provld- Other not''"ble guests In the en months of the fiscal year nresented again this year by
Inaugurated. C Farris Brv- liv protection that has resisted entourage were members of the which began: April 1 showed an the Future Homemakers of
ant; Chief ot Engi.ie'; Major subsequent huirUane on- State Everglades Drainage I increase 'of more than 11 per America under the direction of
General E .C Itschner; Senator ,lovRhts. Board, of which Governor Carl- cent over the same period of tle their sponsor,-Mrs. E L. Brown.
Spessard L Holland; Senator Today the survivors and rel- ton was chairman; State Cabi- preceding year. The same regulations for the
George A. Smathers, representIng 'tl /es of hurricane victims from net officers; U. S. Eenators Dun- Thomas B Manuel. chairmanof contest will be In"effect again,
President'elect John F Ken 1926 and 1928 live In the shad- can U Fletcher and Park Tram- the Florida State Turnpike this year. Ages will be 421.
nedy; Congressman Paul G, Rogers ows of the Okeechobee levees mell; U S Representative Her- Authority, said the total: Income Each girl must secure a sponsora
and other members of the and feel secure There has been bert J, Drone, from Florida; and figure of $3,571,966.88 was $366- ( local business) and Judges
Florida Congressional delegation no panic when other tropical several Congressional re p r esentatlves 819.26 ahead of the 1959 period. will Vw from out of town.
; former Governor Doyle E storms approached no mass from other ctates Net Income for the same time Elnal plans will be publishedIn
Carlton who was Governor In a efforts to flee the region And Today the Central and South- was $264485529 or $241,827.37 the next issue of Tne News,
1929 and accompanied, Mr y c rn ,,6 b r 1 since that time, no loss of life irr\\ Florida Flood Control District r'.1etl.d. The gain was slightly b"t "n"onp interested may con-
Hoover on his tour at that time ,. has resulted from the effects of successor to the State more than 10 per cent. tact Mrs. Brown at her home
H, Loy Anderson of West Palm I storms en the Lake drainage board, carries on the Noveiri.er gross Income oft telephone RO 6-1535, for details
Beach. General Chairman of The levees have not been operation and maintenance o ''I t 423389.15 was up slightly more of the contest.FiOMDA'S \ .
the Dedication Committee: Cen- .
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Control District Board Chair-
man Rlley S. Miles; and State .
Chamber of Commerce Execu- 0JtR.
tive Vice President Harold colee
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State Chamber of Commerce . ;
President Henry C Coleman will !n

preside. BASTw
A combined band from Clew- -
iston, Belle Glade and Pahokee
will play selections, and Palm
Beach and English singer Ted
Milford will sing the National Shown above are President-elect Herbert Hoover, Florida
Anthem Governor Dole E. Carlton and Okeechobee .Mayor J. Dunham I I I II II.
In respect to Mr. Hoovers 86 Bird at a gathering In Okeechobee during the former Presl- ) t
years, the program Is being lim- dent'sisit in 1929. This picture was taken by Uilburn Lawson Danish Modern Room Group
ited to 60 minutes. The ceremonies near the Southland Hotel.Nom'r .
will highlight both the
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.' importance the control of Lake I 4'ZIPPERED
I' Okeechobee has meant to the POLYFOAM + '
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property development of vast

farming areas safe expansion I I
of urban areas: and increased I e4Piece
tourism and recreational facilities s
among other added benefits Y
with all such benefits annually
adding! hundreds of mil I.. $20.
lions of dollars per year to the
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Treasurer Ivy Baker Priest, and ll cushion in a combination check and solid pattern. Coloni' Blue and Char Blue, ,, .,
Admiral Louis Strauss top State f I Befque and Tobacco Ton, Orange and Orange, -. '"+4, .s
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I Pros Battle For I talented toes. On a few occasions In the year I I I II at odd and Improper times made in the liturgical books. India's Sikhs, whose beards
Pigskin Mall orders for tickets are being the preparatory prayers at the I "The proper time for distributing In 1011, Pope St. Plus X I and turbans are now familiar In
accepted at the Bowl COm- foot of the altar will be omitted Holy Communion to the changed: the order in which the many world capitals, practice a
I mittee Office, 815 SW Second especially when the Mass Is faithful,' the cede states, "Is Psalms are recited in the Divine faith that combines both Hindu
Honors January 7th I Ave.CATHOLIC'S. preceded by a procession or during Mass after the Commu Office. In" 1955 Pcpe Plus XII'''and Moslem beliefs Like: followers
; on other service. Also, the Nlcene nion. of the celebrating priest" Introduced a major simplification of Islam, Sikhs 'worship
Creed will not be said or sung The Missal In its present form of the breviary, leading to I only one god and oppose caste
Six ftll-pro football' ,s'lectlons )fk bfjR.ni c the first player In I I at so many Masses. dates from 1568 and the brevi- the present work of reform barriers, says the National Ge-
-five iron the Cleveland I National Football league history -, CALENDAR CHANGEDThe Strong dlsaproval Is voiced In ary from 1570. During the cen- Oke.abe.1 ographic magazine Like Hin-
Browns will be seen in action to win tr-e ground-gaining first substantial changesIn the new code to the practice of turies that followed many addi- Everyone read. all Tn. dus, they eat no beef and cre-
Jan 7 v:'h-n the D'trrit Lions .ha! iplcn'1!*!.! four consecutive I the Catholc breviary, ,missal distributing Holy Communion tions and partial revisions were bee New. aren't. Tourtiding von? till. ClamPrint. mate their dead
and, tae: Erowns meet li; the server! IS '
and Church calendar In almost ------ t A!
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augural rro P.avoff: Bawl In In'l The on'-tlT.c Syracuse star's I half a century will go Into effect rl.el!
Orange Bowl. I running total was 1258 yards Jan. 1,
Browns named were Tackle '.I nis season His[ 1,527 in 1958 The new code of rules announced -
Mike M Couiiic'c! guard Jim is an all-time record while last by Pcpe John xxm
Ray Smith Quarterback: Milt I yea: i 1,329 yards ranks him on July 25th will mean a reclassification BIG. .
Plum, F.:1" ,ick Jimmy Brown I I see ni to hlmse'f! He. also holds of feasts la the
and Deep Back; Bernie: Parrlsh I the standard for most carriesIn Church calendar, some changesn
ex-F1orlda great. Deep Back a season: 290 last year. '! the celebration of Mass, anda '. 'It
Dick (Nlj.ittrnlni! I Lnne was the I 3ro n's weapons are his bone- shortening on many days of
sole Lion picked I arriig: skill of a fullback as he breviary, or Divine Office, erst
Both: cl\'bt have treat"d fans veil as nimbleness! of a half recited dally by priests. otheYea'.. //rl

to exciting finishes! this season ''B-k The Pope Indicated In announcing
and the pattern should continue However, Brown Is not the the changes that they ..
In this even, he clmax of the whJs show He has Bobby were only a .partial clarifyingtep
Jam-packed 18-day O.anj Bowl Mitchell! as an ale,! teammate In a broader program of 0'I
Festival. rh swivel hipped dart swift liturgical change
Take 1 1':1e: Ccc 5 game when halfback virtually is impossible: "The more basic principles affecting -
the Lions overcame the defend- to catch In an open field. general liturgical
ing !world champion BaltimoreC Then thers Quarterback Milt oration should be presented res-to
Its: 20-15. The Colts, with 14 11u 1 who labors in the shadow the fathers at the forthcoming Prices Slashed To Reduce
seconds retirlnlng scored what jf Otto Graham. Plum con tinI ecumenical council," the Pope Inventory
appeared to be the "clinching" rs I to Improve. In the Giant fl. said He then added however,,
points Then t':IB men frm the sale he nrew four touchdown hat he did not wish to delay'I
Motor City with Earl Morrall passes to give him 21 for the my longer In changing the

pltchtng 65 yards to Jim Gibbons seas; .n. Th former Penn Stater -ules for the missal and breviary 1958 PONTIAC $1295' TWO DEMONSTRATORS LEFT
tallied with one second moved the ball more than j
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the winners the Impetus to did not have an aerial Inter- vas being shortened because 4-DOOK SEDAN Radio, Heater, Automatic 1S80 CHEVROLET
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The Browns made several on completions
The shortening will be accomplished Power Drakes-Power Steerlns Power
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New York Giants was the Morrall who was third In the and sermons of the fathers of -\ery Low :Miles LIST $420000
most tnrilllng as Coach PaulBrown's league in per cent completed in the Church
charges exploded for 1959, did nat start until the last The Church calendar under iIALF TON PICKtP-Oversize tires 7,000miles.
in the last fora In the second Colt 1960 CHEVROLET
27 points quarter three games. 'he new rules will place added $2695IMPALA
37-34 victory and runnerup game he stepped In and threw I 'mphasls on that cycle of the
in the Eastern division. in the CONVERTIBLE Power Glide
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concerned dlr 11 1
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The young and spirited Detroit final period with feasts of Our Lord y 1950 FORD $595 Power Steering Power Brakes ElectricWindows ;
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In addition a number of '. ,
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flourish after losing Its initial Nlnowskl who can be relief feasts have been dropped from I FORD DOOR FA1RLANE, Automatic Transmission -

three games. Coach: George hurler Gibbons, Terry Barr and'Hopalong' the cycle of toe saints, either I radio, heater, new paint, clean.
Wilson led his club to seven triumphs Cassady are the because
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some way by another feast, or
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pressure oecause of historical:: uncertainty. I 1959 Chevrolet Impala $1995 HALF TON TRUCK \HTII COVERED BODY
of the greatest comebacks in defense there's second: year man! .
history. Nick Pietr:;sante, who this year I Some I
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Experts claim the Lions were wiped "Ace" Gutowsky's 24-yea I made In. the celebration of Mass. FOIR-DOOR I1\RnTOP-Alr conditioner, 1955 FonD $495
the best team in the league at old club rushing! record I Cy bulling automatic transmission, radio, heater, power

the end of he regular season his way for 872 yards, I brakes, power steering, electric window, DOOR FAIRIANT, radio, hotter, automatic
posing a 7-5 mark.WIdeopen The Lions answer to Mitchell Legal Notice electric seat, low mileage, like new transmission
A / affair Is antici- U the fleet Cassady. ..
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record holders-runners and In foot- TO UI l M>l\t-} Important weapon pro Notlct ,In li.Tchv rlMn under the 1959 WILLYS JEEP $1495 1958 CHEVROLET $1295
passers, as well as defensive ball and both clubs /ihave more provl.loos. i "f Sutton 55RRC, rlorldnMitutin
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Cleveland (8-3-1)) will be mak- department as Sam Baker Inenrpuratrll Owner.
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In 15 irrlof! tin s,'iicuiry' of Stntimil ..
years presentingthe (Liens) both have been tooting and, .
every mich colpoiin'on!
incomparable Jimmy Brown from afar for years. They have riilliuiudit for line I up.icar (1); 1958 GLCMOBILE $1495.
The bulldozing 230-pound full- won many a game with theirOKEEC'HOBEE >'o'Ir'' or snore In t the slims: of n. .
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CAPITAL OP FLORIDA FRIDAY, DECEMBER 23, 1990
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Army Corps Spent TOO LATE meld into one great, metropolitan somebody else for $10,000 the mobile therapy units "treatment .
area next day, you knew the sap who centers on wheels" sponsored
d For those who prefer to look paid that for it was as nutty as by the Florida Society for Crip-
50 Million In State I TO CLASSIFY back, another story in the same they come but within a week pled children and Adults has
: issue of the Reader's Digest is he had turned it for $15,000. been successfully completed M.
BY BUCK ROGERS r,7. By RUSSELL KAY a condensation of Wyatt Blsus- You went stark staring mad and Lisle Reese state director re-
If you like a forecast of slngame's novel, "The Golden rushed to buy it back for $25,000 ports.
Geyser" entitled "When Florida and so it went until I
to will somebodywoke Establishment local
things come you enjoy by communities -
The U. a few no.- up cripples efficiently, and can reading "The U. S- A; in 1970", It Went Wild", Blesslngame Is a up to the fact that you' of physical and occu-
gln ers, the cry be depended on to get him Florida author who makes his couldn't possibly use the land
But, now back home at the end of the Is the lead article in the January 'I pational therapy centers hasolved '
of written home at Anna Maria and make a profit on your investment -I of the
!' has been day. Such a motor Is one Reader's Digest by most problems he
something the small Mercurys. The Mere Robert O'Brien, a San Francisco It is a lighthearted story of even If you built a 50- said. Several affiliated societies -
as a the cry 60 Is the ticket for the average columnist In preparing the the Florida boom. I found it especially story building and rented every I now operate their own mo-
control hunter Ob 14-foot duck boat but either I article the author traveled over enjoyable since :I went office at $100 a month, so the I bile units from station wagons.A .
ly $50 the Merc 100 or 150 might be that hectic bubble
: spent less through period and burst. But it was wild
t t.I've 7,000 miles and Interviewed top I total of crippled chil-
1,061
considered for larger era
during like a add and
might fantastic
some personal experiences while it lasted. I
. calls used all three, and I can't national authorities in govern I I dren and handicapped adults
To
goose to those recounted can testify that it
by
actually hap-
of their ment silence research Industry
plucked speak too highly performance received 4,647 treatments
the scope Mr, Blassingame. pened for I went crazy along I I
smoke and education.
our through the Easter Seal mobile
dweller, 1ISIIINO TIP Hi predictions will prove 'His story deals primarily with with the rest and took a glori- therapy units since the project
Florida : the subject, to the Miami and he tells ous beating along with a lot of
Here's one for you remember pleasing to Floridians for he area of was begun in 195$, Parent train-
of realize that when the muskla and fortunes made or lost overnight other folks.Mobile.
lists this state as one that will ing and demonstration, coupled
$5,000 le of boat next spring.
man, waterfowler pike Although season slightly opens complicated, lead the nalon In growth duringthe when speculators bought land - 'with rehabilitation of patients,
town of angler tho following fishing; techniqueIs next 10 years. Other stateshe sight unseen and sold It againin has brought the case load downto
Military a deadly way to take a big sees making phenomenal a matter of hours often realizing Treatment a point where adequate serv-
the pike or lunge which has been ;growth are Alaska. Arizona, Ne- thousands of dollars profit ices are now provided.
took scorning anglers for years. vada and California. The Jazz Age was at its
money In the equipment line, you'll O'Brien' visions a national height, the stock market risIng Centers The United Nations rehabilitation -
stood at need two or three heavy duty Complete section has cited tie
the. speakeasies roaring. It
population of 208 million by
that cane poles rigged with stout Florida Society far> Crippled
and si- 1970, a net Increase of 27 mil- was 1925 a year of madness, and
monoflliment line big Children and Adults for its mobile -
wash hooks. You'll also need lion. He sees schools and colleges the zaniest place of all was Successful YearThe therapy units. The Nemours
Corps'
r your favorite bait-casting rig, hard: pressed to meet demands Florida The new recently dis- "Foundation has supported theprogram
ture was and a lure with sufficient actionto for education with mil- covered Mecca, a land of para- mission of the statewide financially
eral, w1 attract fish. dise where could
anybody get
lions more students added to
ina
spent Select your fishing spot rich over night, and many did
their already bulging classrooms -
probe ) cove or weedy area known
ments.: for Its population of Junkers, The mad rush to buy Florida Miami Type Awning Windows37x38
awarded and affix a good lively suckerto The national Income will rise land -was exceeded by the mad-
which each of your bamboo poles but right along with It the cost der rush to sell it at fantastic: /i I A.S.C. _. $13.50
they're more If you're fishing alone, pole of living. The demand for skill prices. Binders and options were
year to can get holders are almost necessary 37x50 A.S.C. _ _.. $16.27
the starboard ed labor and trained technicians the order of the day. All you
And and Attach one to
90 water until help bow, one amidships on the port In all the fields will increase needed was a few hundred dol- JALOUSIES37x38
another waters and side of your boat, and the third while employment for the non- lars to tie up a piece of property % A.S.C. ..__... _'._ $10.50
"astern. Such wide spacingis skilled laborer will which had intention of
add an rig or common you no
pleted in makes necessary to keep your suckers buying but hoped to sell to the ;37x50 A.S.C. ... $12.55
trict. dan from fouling each other lag.Suburbs will continue to expand next guy at a handsome profit
actually* Now, start casting with caststo your creating great metropolitan Sometimes the same piece:: of WHY PAY MORE?
in 1 58 boat has suf artlflcal bait. Make long
pleted : capacity the hot spots and retrieve areas that will attract more property would change hands
in 1960. ,compan your lure slowly. Certainly\ and more people. Megalopolises, several times the same day, each Above Prices complete, delivered in Okeeckobee
The hunting you'll take the pike or muskie great regional cities will grow time at a higher and more fan- DEALERS INVITED
cushions which strikes your bait, but I together along main arteries tastic figure, but everybody was
sive a light, and your teal object Is to lure themin and such an 'area will extend happy and everybody was get-
was live suckers, They'llfollow Window Sales & Installation
year for your to yotw Co.
complex, handy to your artlflcal, but they'llbe from Homestead and Miami to ting rich.
Palm Beach or beyond on the You knew the was
more likely to take the live guy crazy
!be In case you ,
blind all offering. When a blg'un hits, north, built solid into one great to sell you that corner lot for 1013V. IIILLSBOROUGII AVE.
Costing do what comes naturally. city. Similar development can S60CO:: when you only put up a Phone collect to place your order
complex Is the best Give this one a try It be looked for in, the Tampa $100 binder for 30 days, then T.UIP.FU.. PHONE RE 6-4790
tower or duck man really works % Bay area where St. Petersburg, found that you were crazy when
to a always start // you here any questions eonttrn'inf Clearwater and Tampa will you learned that it sold to

National It will fc: across a mud pin, mini, or fishing whtn-lo-go tt.finiquti,; arils, eq Buck-:ip-' eeeeeeaeeeeeeere . .. ... .. .......

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site and from chine planting. Two mechanicaltree : e e.

space I planters will be used In the .
The planting operation. Actual 1 .
sentinel planting time should run about e
sand 15 days based upon average machine .
County Com- \ planting time per acre. .
Second Slash CIEiUIC !
This large planting brings the .
ect Coun- total of pine trees to be plantedIn .
during I Glades County to 274,000 .
facility first for Plantings prior to this time, according e .
maze of coun- to Florida Forest Serv .
plexes, the area be .
ice records:: amounted. only
launch : I LaBelle 14,000 trees from 1928 to I960. ee
support estimated ,.
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Civil prior to Peak shipment of cabbage
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and tensions feet a Special Con. $1,595 : Frigidaire Range 30-Inch $. 99.95 S 50.00 c

sions of brakes steering automatic _ ___._ ___________ _

extension ,whitewall power tires,, new top. : Frigidaire Range 40-Inch $ 99.95 $..]5.00 C


tract port is V8 Sedan $1,295 ,

,':e Puritan Freezer $. 99.95 $...75.00 .

mated By far at transmission, power steering, ------- ___ o

under Central whitewall tires. : Frigidaire Refrigerator-Freezer Combination $169.95 $149.95

Flood Special $1,095 _ .- o

to relieve Hot Point 30-Inch $ 89.95 $ 64.95
water in Sedan, automatic transmission, : range. ,. :

million <<; tires, extra clean .


Is tered about o Bel Air $895 : SAVE SAVE SAVE o O.


I Sedan. Standard transmission, t)
of Lake ", .
Lucie i heater. S e


lower levees placed 6-Cyl. $395 : SPECIALS :

No. 3 in sedan, as is. S FRIGIDAIRE FREEZER e

Miami south of Half ton Cash $250 : 14 Cu. Ft Upright :

have $267.25
project Ready to go. .

0 Reg Price $389.95 .' S
were At ,the Half Ton $150 \ ,': ,

some land $ : Save $122.70 :

in the :1 I Model WFD15059GILBERT'S
since its e :

Col. J. .
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Engineer ''e . J'" .
District, ,
ning I ei

military
dled by e :

TOM PIERCE, Mgr.
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nation's Avenue Phone 6-1271 : .

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PAGE FOUR THE OKEECHOBEE FLORIDA NEWS-THE DAIRY
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Memorial Unit 64 I U.S.D.A. GOVT. INSPECTED DRESSED AND DRAWN '.
,
I Has January MeetOke I


met Inchobee rfjilar Memorial se'.tAn l Monday Unit 8j[:1 I 7r ,
January 2 at the Amerh:an Le: II'I Illill n;; : j
II fill .
ton Klon presld'ng.Hf>r *> with president BLat gill' FRYERS :Whole29c

Plant: were made for a bo)
fuppeto be he'd! Tan: 27 at I
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p m at the Amerlsan Leglo
Post, The public Is to b? Invite
and bo:"s are to be sold to th
highest bl'"prth! all proceed:
going; to the American: Leglo ei i "SUPER RIGHT" TENDER
Auxiliary for the purpose 0:
beautlfyHa: the ground nroun "SUPER RIGHT" WESTERN TENDER
the memorial monument In th e.
park. Jf estern Lamb Sales
Other business taken und r
consideration was the orderln
of poppies:donation to the Boy c LAM B
s
Echool silrltml grogram, donation OR WHOLE SHOULDER .
to the Department 01 I r
Florida for Pan America: ,
made Country to,visit Chile patients Plans In were the als local .: ROAST HALF or WHOLE
hospital at least once 8 : LB. 39c
week by volunteer. members oj
the Auxiliary.: ". 40 to 50 Lb.
Refreshments of cake and 1
coffee were served to those attending WELL TRIMMED SHOULDER . AverageCut
by the hostess, Mrs
Norma Lee Stephens ': and wrapped
I at no extra cost
First Show Starts 6:45: P.M CHOPS 'L B. 59c for your freezer C

Drive-in .. LB.
CLOSE TRIMMED-DELICIOUS I .

/ A .. .

TheatreADMISSION ALLGOOD BRAND SUGAR CURED

Always Children Free Under When 12 60o Years Accom LOIN 'CHOPS LB. 99 C SLICED BACON 1 1Lb. Pkg. 45e

panted by parents. ,
SUPER RIGHT GRAIN FED HEAVY BEEF
FRIDAY-SATURDAY SHORT CUT CLOSE
TRIMMED FOR STEW
JAN. 6-7 1 RIB CHOPS Lb.79c BREASTGROUND Lb.15c MINUTE CUBED STEAK Lb. 99c

FIVE GUNS WEST
Un Color and Clnemascope) SUPER RIGHT FRESHLY
HALF
OR WH OLE
LAMB
DOROTHY JOHN LUND MALONE LAMB LEGS Lb. 65c PATTIES Lb.49c GROUND BEEF 3 Lbs. S1.45Lb.

GIRLS TOWN FRESH HEADLESS LARGE
MAMIE! VAN DOREN
MEL TORME SHRIMP 75c

RAY ANTHONY _. ..,_ _
MAGGIE HAYS oIIOT.r'I..z'

ALSO SUNDAY-MONDAY: CARTOON JAN. 8.9JAILHOUSE Coffee Sale FIRM RED RIPE LB. or CTN.Tdmatoes2.

ROCK '

ELVIS' PRESLEY .. .*"'-- T .-k MILO'& MELLOW :
JUDY TYLER
MICKEY JENNIFER SIIAUGIINESSY IIOLDENILSO EIGHT O'CLOCK i)1 '

: CARTOON
'I''tES.: -WED..TlIURS.
J\N 10-11-12 GOLDEN RIPE

JERRY THE BELLBOY LEWIS BANANAS lic 11
ALSO: CARTOON tO/1/11 Lb tC4 7N.COAII '. 11 rtrou
nAl

Okeechobee IIwn !!L' FANY RED ALL PURPOSE CELERY

Monday Ai tS 4 Lb. Bag 39c 2 Stalks 15c

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JAN. 9EAST ...
k" ) .:;;J ; Sultana Blackeye 15% Oz. Can
OF CITY HALLPERFORMANCES 11i: r f.t/'If
: 3:30: & 8 P.M.
Auspices, LIONS CLUB i ( lip Peas 10c
Doors Open 2:30: & 7 PM. : ;

,,:"\arl1tlilr. _
U'l : JANE PARKER URGEAngel

Ii'Hm YOUR CHOICE-Grape, Orange or Pineapple Grapefrui White House Pure Safe Sterile Evap.

Food I I I 39'' HI C DRINK 3 .46-Oz. Cans 85c H

JANE PARKER REGULAR SIZF SPECIAL! M I l (
I
SULTANA BRAND LIGHT MEAT

If L Cherry Pie39'' CHUNK TUNA 2.. 6>/ Oz. Cans 45c

RINGCIRCUS C!tn 6 Tall Cans 79
A & P 46 Oz. can'

Italian Food Festival TOMATO JUICE Each 27c PILLSBURY: orBVILXRDS
THE WORLD ITS FIELD! BISCUITS 3 Pkgs. 25c

ITS TRIUMPHS REACH CHEF BOY-AR-DEE 12 oz. CAN
BEYOND THE SEAS! No. 2 Can 21c ARMOUR TREET : 49c
SAUERKRAUT.. %
\RMOIU: 12 OZ. CVN

CIRCUS RAV I O. II I JANE PARKER CORNED BEEF !59c
ciw r nr.teg MBISCO 1LB PKG
FRUIT CAKE 11/2 Lb. $1.49 3 Lb. $2.89 PREMIUM SALTINES 28c

#
50 EUROPEAN PERFORMERS BVTIIROOM: TISSUE
FROZEN
MINUTE MAID
50 ANIMALS-6 ELEPHANTS MARCAL 2 Rolls 23c
BLOODSWEATING HIPPOPOTAMUS 1 15V2 ORANGE JUICE 4 6 Oz. Cans 69c
$500.000 Capital$ ,500 Daily Expensi 2 oz. 49 '.. R\TII( BLACK IUUK BRAND 8 OZ. PKG.
C PORK CHOPPETTES 49c
CansCHEF SULTANT-LARGE or SMALL
OLIVES 10% Oz. Jar 49c TUB\ & P BUTT
BOY-AR-DEE 15'/ oz. can STUFFED R Lb. 73c

SPAGHETTI & Meat Balls 2 Cans 39c ANN PIGELL VARIETIES
A & P-OUR FINEST CAKE J MIXES 2 for 45c

CHEF BOY-AR-DEE 25.6 Oz. Pkfi. GRAPE JUICE 2 ,.6 Oz Cans 29c3Lb.Can77c .. .
11R MIr1AilWnrl M Prr/l Mu/l lr Mf
CIRCUS DAY MEAT BALL DINNERS Pkg.55e. o r '
The Happiest and Best Holiday In all {
the Yaar Teeminwith 1 Wondrouailghtt ChEF 18 Oz. Pkg.SHORTENING .t t 1 .
Brimming with Thrllli and Lit I : .
with Laught.r..Filled with Thousands, DiDEE GOLDEN FLUFFO ''' '
u n Thousands oto vJnO Mervel. Spaghetti with Meat Pkg. 39c -
T DAY OF to.
with Longing byt" Children of III Ages South Park St. Okeechobee, Fla.
ADULTS $1.00-CHILDREN 754
FREE FEEDINGOf Reg. SizePALMOLIVE Cashmere Cashmere Foaming Cleanser Liquid Detergent Bath SizePALMOLIVE
AJAX WISK-7 cents off I
BOUQUET '
the Wild Animals' with the Circus!On \ BOUQUET
the Show,Grounds Teachers at and 10:30:Publla A.M.Irwltad.SchoolChildren 2 Bars 28c 2 Bath Bars 29c 3 Reg. Bars 29c 2 .14 Oz Cans 33c Quart Can 68c 3 Bars 29c

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