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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 20, 1961
Publication Date: -1992
Frequency: triweekly[<1989>-1992]
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Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 82, no. 91 (Sept. 13, 1992).
General Note: "The voice of the Everglades."
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 6, no. 24 (Jan. 8, 1926).
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Volume 50-Number 27 .. Okeechobee, Florida, Friday, January 20, 1961 lOc Per Copy- Telephone. ROdeo2-322l

We attended the dike dedka

tlon at Clewiston last week and I ,

of were the amazed affair Nothing at tn6 magnitud had oeci) March Of Dimes I SOCIETY EDITOR PRIZE TAGGED J'Dedication Service Set SWIMFIfG' POOL .


mony overlooked a success to make and most the of cere-th-- Group Hears FISH ARE BEING I MEETING HELD

high-ranking brass in the stat for Sacred Heart ChurchThe

from the governor on down represent State CAUGHT HEREThe
But the big feature of Speaker l, Sacred Heart Catholic I tion to a priests' and alter boys'' MONDAYNIGHT

the aay was the honor guest. Church dedication wil be heldon sacristies and living quarters

Herbert Hoover himself. Now w,. The local chapter of The Schlitz Brewing Company Sunday, January the 29th, at for one priest. A Baptistry and A special committee appointedby

remember Mr Hoover, remem- March of Dimes met at the of Milwaukee Wisc., some time which time Archbishop William confessional are located near the County Board of Com

Cer him and his administration Sierra Inn on Jan I n at 10 a.m peo, released som 12.04: fresh D .Brlen of the Extension So- the front entrance of the missioners met Monday night

J'stlnctly: and we can say truth- with Chairman Hiram Rauler- i and salt water fish which were Uety of Chicago, and Bishop church. Future plans for this with some 20 interested persons

ully we were not one cf hi> aJ son calling the meeting to Older at'jed The total value of these Coleman F. Carroll of Miami mission Include, a school, con- I attending. Suggestions were offered

mirers. He!i a sctr looking In- end introducing Miss Gale W ; fish was some 500000. Each I will be here to assist with the .vent and rectory. / II on wi-satcould be done

dividual, certainly not Impressive Denn state representative for fish contains a mouth tag wilsh: : I dedication. The old Sacred Heart Churchwas concerning the.' swimming pool

in appearance. But when the national foundation, who bears a serial number If a fish built in 1921 by the Dioceseof tentative
Okeechobee Is one of the operation and acifvl-
that old man began to speak we was tne guest speaker. I I H caught notification Is madeto four missions addedto St. Augustine under Father I. tips. \
I new being
were amazed Ills brief talk was Miss Denn spoke on the apparent the Schlitz Company; branch Gabriel, Rev, Michael Beerhal- The'commission (
,' the Miami Diocese, assisted by was especially \
one of the finest we have ever : Inactivity of the local' office ,In Florida. the Extension Society of Chicago ter becoming the parish priestin concerned with the
heard He Injected a world of chapter and the great need for | The contest opens on Febru- 1928. At that time, the : incurred in the expenses
The others are located at past year and
dry humor Into his spleen and additional funds In this area." ary the 1st in zone II which seating capacity was only 75 : the cost of
.., Moore Haven, Naranja and Sebastian the previous: ,operation -
his comments on world events A financial report showed that comprises Indian River, Okee persons .-
I t First plans for the mis- Many good suggestionsonmanagemept .
were terse and concise He was there remained only about $83 ; chobee, st. Lucie, Martin, Palm According to the last census,
: : sions were revealed early In were given by both
interrupted many times with resounding in the account. ( f r Beach, Broward, Dade and 1960, when Archbishop William the Catholic population in the the committee and the persons
applause. Perhaps we- I New officers were elected for I Mcuiroe counties. There will be a I Okeechobee area is 416" adults attending '
D. Brlen, president Of the Extension ,
ve both mellowed with age ':ut the coming year. Named were $10,000 fish released In each of and 186 children, including migrant The
!Mrs I committee
Joe (SylvIa) Wolff, Society, 'visited Miami decided that
like Herbert Hoover better chairman.Nadine. McArthur; the zones. I families who work the
we
new-I' the .
I est Okeechobee News and toured the sites of the new management of the pool
old. vice-chairman, Father Since the beginning of the lakeside farmlands for nine
today Hi )" 86 years Georg I would be
I ployee, began her duties \ Churches withBishop ColemanF undertaken and ,that
Cave Secretary, Juanita Dur- contest Mrs Louise Sheridan of I months during the
: day as a icporter and society Carroll. year all expenses would be paid by
0 I I rance: treasurer, Mrs Annie Winter Haven caught''a three A planned money raising the
from
editor of the paper Mrs. Wolff county now on. A
And speaking of age ThsOkeechobee Raulerson and community edu- came to Okeechobee three pound: ten ounce large mouth The cost of the Sacred HeartChurch drive for the new church, the and present records to the corn-
: cation director Bill Presley Black Bass bearing the! top in Okeechobee was sale of a lot in Okeechobee Lit-
has alert was
News I to
an years ago from Sanford, N, C about appointed investigate
The business then turned to prize of $10,000. Mis Sheridan $35,000. It is presently tle Farms, has been postponeduntil
reader and fan who: lives In Indianapolis She Is a graduate of Greensboro served present recordls! for the commission -
Ind His Is the Mother's March, to b! conducted stunned and delighted at the by priests from St. Anas- the first of March, 1961
name
College and: attended the on past operationsand
Charlie Kingery and he will be I' on January 31, In which | University of North Carolina. worth of the fish she had caught tasia Parish, Fort Pierce, with Approximately 10 to 15 visit- suggestions for future operation -
I from all the related that her fateful catch Rev. Michael Beerhalter alter- ing Priests will assist
young mothers over I in the celebration The
04 years old Jan 21. She majored in chemistry and special committee was
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county will participate to col- came just as she and her husband nating with Rev Anthony Viet of the Mass at the Dedication asked to and have
English! and !studied journalIsm. try their report -
S I lect funds for the drive. Houseto I were ready to return to each Sunday for officiating at The children's choir the
by next
Mrs. Wolf to
came meeting or as
I house canvassing, coin containers I shore from their fishing outing. Masses at the Florida Schoolfor from Fort Pierce, the St Anastasia soon
chobee science as possible. Members of the
as a
The missus left for Indiana at
Boys Okeechobee
and a mailing drive will Okee-I as wellas Parish, will sing during
and taught two Since this time, some seven | special committee are Judge O
years.
Old Inkspot's the
Thursday to accompany Sacred Heart Church
be conducted Chairman for the I fish have been caught in this the Mass under the direction of E.
previously been Bryant, Dr. James Horton, A.
mother to Florida for the The new church has
i Father Cave accomo- the Sisters of St J
drive is George Joseph. The
area. Thursday at the RiveclakeFish A. Scott
Frank Reeves
science and
a teacher in Ileadsville Marvin
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visit. They will fly back. dations for 240
annual I in add 1I 1-
with the out-going chairman Camp, Don Chapman of persons public is Invited.FIREMAN'S r
Shes than either Mr N. C high school. She was '
younger or Mr Hoover. being. Hiram Raulerson assisting. other married Jan. 15, 1959 to Joe |South Miami, a retired road contractor I Arrants.'I'I

Kingery 80. The misses chairmen are: Campaign Wolff, Jr., of Okeechobee and caught a tagged perchin I District SCHOOLTO t
only some beyond Camporee
Moth- I
treasurer, Lorena Spivey; the
Coes Canal. At present
wanted to take about ten the couple has a daughter, BE CONDUCTEDA Last Rites Held
Jim Fowlej: :
er's March, Mrs. ; worth of the fish Is not known.
Bcnnie The Wolffs are ranchers -
pounds of catfish to Hoosier relatives chairman Mrs. Boots i Held At Fort DrumBoy school for firemen will be ,
I mailing and operate a dairy, !Mrs Richard Hawkman of the L & L
so Ink Spots and Virgil; |I' containers, held next week, beginning
I on
Mcrarland; coin Uolff replaces Bill Presley, : Fish Camp also has caught one Wednesday For ij
Britten went after them Friday -
J Scout 480 of Okee- and
Mrs Annie Raulerson: school who resigned to devote full of the fish.Others Troop ( Monday continuing for five .
They figured it would take i I 1 Mrs Juanita Dur- chobee Joined with other troops nights through Friday Each
chairman, In this area are: Ralph "
about 40 catfish to make 10 ,!I rance, Mrs. John Relchert and time to his business Interests. (Butch Reutbuce, in the boat from "round the lake in a Distrlct .I night at 7:00: p .m the siren will Mrs. L. SullivanI

Bounds dressed They only ... I last blow to
1\.1'' n..n -ftynn'" nresnizatloii-- basin at the Okeeslmmee Camp Camporee week end. I remind all firemen of '
caught 30 so gave them away chairmen: Bill Presley, Father Mrs. Ottllin Taylor of Vincennes About 15 boys from Pahokee and f t that meeting. I services were held

planning to get 40 on Saturday Cave and Hiram Raulerson. i Teachers AskPayJncrease. I Ind., a bass in the Shining 10 boys from Indiantown met(I The speakers for the meeting Wednesday at 2 p., m at the
Put on Saturday Old Pierre of Refreshments for the meeting Camp. Also at Ann and Ted I with 13 boys from Okeechobeeat I series will be Mr. Erwin from Seventh Day Adventist Church

The Indian town Press and Inkbetter I'was donated by the Sierra Inn. I were Ted Persley, a' Speckled the new campsite at Fort i I the Ocala Florida Fire College. for Mrs. Lillian B Sullivan..age
,-. ,:4 tfj-Atte aina were Mr. and Mrs, [ \Perch I In Bhtrllfigi Canal and a Drum on Saturday and spent I i I Firemen at present are search- 48, who' died In the Louisiana
jui.0 Hiram RaiiVrjori-i>n >' MM ., _.__ -.. .----._' .....tA Jthen ght.jreturn: !!!nguljSunday I inf for'a hack or out-mode jtaulerson,._hospital a u n d,ajf
saved them and on Sunday afternoon < Fowler, ( Fort Pierce.-' >Jl.- n _
to round out McArthur, MJTS Jim Better FacilitiesA -oy from U Those from Okeechobee were ed for practice in fire control she had made her home in
got enough Mrs. Earl McFarland. Mrs. Joe The Schlitz fishing contest !
Donald Okeechobee since
Dixon Yates. childhood.
the' required 40, with a few over Galbraith, Mrs. Clyde Durrance, combined with a fish research Benny
Jimmy Bell, Cliff Slmonds.Wels Surviving are her mother,
will a resolution requesting Governor -
So Mrs. Moore carry Mrs. Elsie Reichert, Father Cave project in cooperation with the
bag of frozen catfish to Indiana. Bill Presley. Mrs. J, O Wolff and\ Farris Bryant to supporta Florida state Board of Conservation Enflnger, Darrell Enfinger MIchael 13 Cases HeardIn Mrs. Callie Bass of Okeechobee: '
State Budget adequate to provide and the Florida Fresh Jacke, Timothy Harden, two sons, Kenneth and David
Miss DennJupiter I for a $750 average increaseIn Water and Game Commission. Lee Brown, Tommy Coffman, Sullivan of Pahokee: and a

teachers salaries, more class Jackie Harden, Bill Snipes and I daughter, Mrs. Janie Pilcher of
Pertinent data on the tagged County CourtRegular i
Joe Bonglovannl, local liquor Defeats 1 rooms, equipment and materialsof fish caught Is furnished to those Wayne Watford. The troop was I Okeechobee Also surviving. are
to The News
dealer, reported six
Instruction was adopted bi' In their accompanied by Russell brothers, Troy Bass, Avon
that he made Christmas donations the Okeechobee" Class two agencies for programs.use After las, Scoutmaster, and DOUg-I Thursday and Monday Park, W. T. Bass, Tampa, and
to every church in the 8162The fish research with Gerry, Gordon Clarkie and
Brahmans room Teachers Association in aspecial closes In each zone: Jacke, assistant Scutma County Court sessions ,
area, 15 of them. Some of the meeting today. the contest for each There was an interest I n g G E. Bryant presiding, found Tony Bass, all of Okeechobee,

gifts were aj much as $15 but i Okeechobee cagers drop- Florida's national rank in average Schlitz will\ pay caught$3.00 through campfire ceremony Saturday mostly the usual charges of and two sisters, Mrs. H. R-

most were $5. "This will prove I ned their first basketball game teachers salaries paid has I tagged fish Interest of fish research night, at which the campsitewas driving while intoxicated, no I Padgett of Tampa and Mrs. Je-
to Okeechobee I am a pretty, last 1962 in the and unlawful slna Whitehurt of Okee hobee.
drivers license
of the season to Jupiter fallen from 12th in 1957 to 25th dedicated and named Camp 'I <:
good fellow," Joe said. An Italian week, after a winning streak of in 1961. An average salary In-I Sudbrock. after its donor. Rich- speed. I Burial was in a Kenansvllle

by birth, Joe Is a naturalized I seven games. crease of $750 would be necessary -, I ard Lee Sudbrock of Charles Edward Elders, Brian cemetery Yates Funeral Home

American. However, his Italian The Brahmans were able to to regain the position After the camflre, Edward Rippa and George G I was 'in charge of arrangements.

dialect creeps into his English I:I hit on only 23 of 96 field goal tamed in 1957,"according to at-I Truck OverturnsAt I played 'Capture the Fort"Drum'l Hullet, charged with conspiracyto
and when he talks fast Is a little
25 cent shoot outdoor commit a mlsdeamor and. as.
attempts for a per recent report of the I exciting :, I
difficult to follow, I I. The local team, at services held sault and found
Ing aveiage Action Committee of the Florida LakeshoreA Worship were bittcry were To Open Bids
Ii
i the beginning of the game, in Education Association and the' Sunday morning with Rev. John not guilty ]

the Jupiter gymnasium held a Research Division\ of the M. Dickson of the Boys' School William Bishop, charged with
Mrs Ted Spann, office man I 42 ocr cent shooting average. tional Education semi-truck loaded with pro- bringing the message Each of driving while intoxicated, fined On Dredging

ager of this paper, whose hus- The Brahmans led 23 to 15 Pointing out that teachers Na-I duce overturned on Lakeshore the troops had a part in the $150 or 60 days. I

band is serving with the U. S. at the end of the first quarter, still leaving the profession curve three miles south of Okee- service. Gloria Joan Mares, charged

Air Force is very concerned over but were unable to hold the better-paying positions In business -, chobee Monday night with an I Monday night, in place of .the with no driver's llcenie, case 2 WaterwaysMaintenance
the loss of her wallet which contained behind 44 to 38 estimated loss of $4.000, accord-
i lead and fell Industry and other professions regular Boy Scout Troop meetIng dlsmlsed after producing valid l
$30 in money, but also by the half time. The second the Okeechobee CTA, Ing to a report by State Trooper there was held a Court of driver's license. I I dredging in the

valuable papers and pictures, half saw the boys as cold as the,I resolution urged primary attention -: Wilbur Woods and Deputy Sher- Honor at which time boys of Conley Alexander, char g e d Intracoastal Waterway between

especially some pictures of Mrs. second quarter Although out- by the Governor to increasing -' iff Harold Hancock, who Inves- Troop 480 were presented with with unlawful speed $30 bond Fort Pierce and Miami and similar -

Spann late mother. which rebounding the Jupiter boys, | average teachers sal-I tigated the accident the awards and achievements forfeited. dredging in the Okeechobee
cannot be replaced. The loss I not Charles L Chance, driver of Waterway between Stuart and
could
88-39, the Brahmans aries, in order to attract quality that they had earned. A num- Jack Williams, assault and
came while Mrs. Spann and her seem to find their shooting' personnel and to retard the loss) the vehicle, said the accident wheelon ber of he Scouts were givtn an- battery, 30 days in jail I the giant lake will be put under
sister Karen Albritton were attending Okeechobee was guilty of ocurred when the fifth other Service Star which Indicates contract by the U. S. Army
range. -
of many of Florida's most Lisa May Bally, assault and
the local Drive In the trailer j broke the truck Corps of Engineers In late Jan-
had I
30 fouls while Jupiter only a of active partici-
fective teachers to other 'ef-I of control and overturned year battery, fined $25 or 10 days.
movie. Karen left the car to go 16. pation's' went out pation in the Scout Troop. Weis George Edmund Williamson uary and early February
to the concession and upon returning Robin Hollingshead with 151, Enfinger his Fire- ) Bids for' maintenance dredg-
was presented unlawful bond
speed, $25 forfeited -
This Is the second accident of ing in the
found that her sister's points and Gentry Stanley with Merit Okeechokee Water-
manshlp Badge, having i
wallet was missing. if this wal- 14 points led the scoring for the ACCIDENT' REPORTED the same nature to occur at the completed the necessary requirements Willie Perry, unlawful speed way will be opened Feb. 2. Cost
let is found, Mrs. Spann wouldbe 'Brahmans. same spot during the past few for It. of the project is ,estimated at -
BY J, H. PARKERJ $35 bond forfeited
more than glad to divide the nlav Stuart days. $50,000.
Th<> Brahmans will\ Highlight of the program was Raymond Richard! Chartraw
money In the wallet with the Friday, Jan. 20 at the Stuart H. Parker, Jr of the Okee the awarding of the Eagle Scout unlawful speed, $35 bend for-, Three of the shoals are located -

finder gymnasium. chobee City Police reported an Rank, the highest in Scouting, feited In Martin County at the

-- --- accident at the corner of Fifth Report Shows to Kent Bell, son of Mr. and Cecil Cureton, drunk, $35 following locations: Palm City

Markham To Serve Frazier Is SpeakerAt Street and U S. 441 at Parrott; I Mrs. Robert T. Bell. Dr. James bond forfeited in the south fork of St. Lucie

On Advisory CouncilAllen Rotary MeetingThe Grocery Store at 2:40: p.m, Mon Has A.. Horton, former Scoutmaster, Leroy Causey, no driver's license Lucie River; In the vicinity of St.
Lock
County and
; at Port Mayacanear
: Markham, member of I regular luncheon meetln? day.The | made the presentation $50 bond forfeited the
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the House of Representatives I of the Rotary Club was held at accident occurred as -- Willie Lee Rodgers, improper\? Lucle Canal.

and a vegetable canner in Okee- Lakeshore restaurant on Henry Scott Thomas, Sr., of 183 FarmsThe LOCAL NEGROIS loading vehicle, $35. bond for- located in Glades Other County shoals, the are

chobee, will represent the food I day afternoon at 12:15 The Tues-I Okeechobee entered Highway I ARRESTED ON feited Caloosahatchee River, In the vicinity -
441 and collided with Mrs.
Le-j
and establishments Salvatore Urse
processing canning Jim Joseph unlawful -
tured speakers were
1959 Census of AgrlcuUture BURNING CHARGEZack of Ortona Lock and In'
I ona Godwin Lightsey, also of''
of Florida the fined\ 10
on founder of the Real speed, $25 or
Detroit, \
of 183 farms in Okee Okeechobee County, and at the
state this city, who was traveling counted Orlflen of Cypress Quar' days.
agricultural advisory council Children's Ranch, and Ole
it was announced by Commissioner : Life Klvlsted also associated with i I north on U. S. 441. No injuries chobee County, according to p ters, was arrested Sunday, Jan- Lake Okeechobee entrance to

of Agriculture Doyle i were reported and no charges I vrellmlnary report just issued uary 8 by John Collier, deputy i, Taylor CreekFATHER .
the ranch. I I
Conner were brought. bv the Bureau of the Census, sheriff, and charged with cul- Vets AdministrationGives

Markham will serve for two with Frazier musical delighted Introduction everyone of I I Damage to Scott's car was estimated U. S. Department of Commerce. plble negligence, which is a Fund Breakdown OF
a at about $50, and damage -I Total land in farms was 367,832 reckless regard for the safety
years. His term became effect his talk, by playing first the accordion I i I I The Veterans Administration MR. HOLT DIES
The size of farm
to Mrs. Lightsey acres. average of others.
car was
ive Jan. 15. i and then the trumpet, I I of st. Petersburg has announced William I. Holt, Sr. 66
listed as about$25. was 2,010 0 acres. The average Griffen, living with his com I age ;
Main duties of the will simultaneously the breakdown of
group both following died of
and finally by playing a heart attack on January
. be to counsel: and consult with i Frazier's speechwas I I value of farms (land and bl111d-1 mon-law wife, Arvie Johnston, recoveries for money received In 10 Newberry, Florida. -

the commissioner on laws, rules enjoyed by everyone, as he Robert Murrish ings) in the county was $ came home drunk on Saturday I' this county, for the period-beginning Services were held Jan 12 in

and regulations of the Department I' told of founding the ranch, explaining I Of the county's farm operators night His wife being asleep, he I July 1, and ending Dec the Baptist church In Newberry

and to make recommendations the reasons for choos| Undergoing TrainingRobert 140 owned the1rfarms, 22 owned I proceeded to pour kerosene on 31, 1980 According to C L. Box, and military services were held
I of the land and rent- her and set her afire.
part She was
Murrlsh, son of Mr. Okeechobee service officer
concerning possible legls- ing the Reese Upthegrove property serv- in Miami on Jan. 13. Burial was
Htlon and various: operations of -Its excellent climatical I and Mrs. Val Murrish, is under ed additional acreage, and 17 taken to the Louisiana Rauler- ice connected funds amount *o in the Flagler Memorial Park

the State agency.. location and its position by the'' going eight weeks basic training were tenant farmers. fon Hospital, badly burned from $1800 while, non-service fundiamounted Cemetery at Miami
in the National Guard at The average age of farm operators the waist up. Officers were Unable -
lake. He gave a short review fi I tQ some $4053. A Mr Holt Is' survived by his
Mrs Janice Mobley beauty the history of the organization Forts Jackson, S C. He i is a grad in the county was 50.3 to question her until Tues miscellaneous amount was also wife Mrs. Emma Holt, one

operator and owner of the B- and was then followed by a'' uate of Pompano High School years. There were 30 farm oper- day, because of the severity of paid to veterans here of $106.40. William Holt, Jr., of Okeecho son,

lovely Beauty Salon is confln short talk from KlvUtld on the arel. attended Palm Beach Junior I ra nri fil' or more years of age. her burns Oriffep is being held The total amount received wasl bee, four granddaughters and
Of the 183 farms In the county In the Jail pending his
ed to her home with an attackof present operations. I I college for two years. County : l $5,959.40 for a six-month period one grandson.
farms. trial. .
bursltt.s..t 88 were commercial I I I

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rnureh FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH; Summer, 7:19 pjn. Wednesday Evening Service made wrong choices. We have- the past. The past'is past, You' future happier and ',better than
: Church Chimes, 0:30: a.m. Wlrtter; 6:48: p.m. 3rd Wed. 7:30: ( p.m. failed An the pinch. We have can't call back a single Instant ; the has

.....I1E\WI Sunday,School, 10:00: a.m. Evening 'WorebipSummer hurt other people. We have from the past and live It over. past ever been. \ ,
Morning Worship 11:05: am. 8:00: pm. CHURCH OF GOD sinned. A thousand things come But the future ; there it Is.
INDEPENDENT MISSIONARY Training Union, 6:30: p.m. Winter 7:30: p.m. Dewey Herndonastor to our minds when we think, What can we do about the future -
BAPTIST CHURCH Evening Worship,"7:30 1 pjn. : Prayer Service (Wed.) Sunday, School 10.00: ajn. "If I had my life to live over ? We can begin right now Nylon Strainers

M. M. MARTIN Pastor Prayer Meeting (Wed) 7:30: p.m.I I Summer 8:00: p.m. Worship, 11:00: a.m. . What would I change? to live so that we will leave Nylon stockings do. a wonderful

Sunday School 10:00: tjn. Friday 7:00: p. m., Penance I Winter 7:30: p.m. Evangelistic 7:30: p.m.7:30 What would you do If you some footprints on the sands of job of straining used fat. Cut
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Tues. Service
Morning Worship. 11:00: ..m. Friday 7:30. : p.. m., Inquirers'. I PRIMITIVE BAPTIST CHURCH' Thursday Prayer Y.P.E, 7:45: Dan: p m. could call back the past and time that' are worth following! I the stockings Into round pieces

Bapt. Train. Course Sunday Class. I Song Service, 10:30: am. make some changes? Well, the I Let's resolve with the help and two Inches larger than mason

Preaching Service 11:00: ..m. ASSEMBLY OF GOD plain truth Is we can't change guidance of God to make the j I Jars. Fasten to top .f Jar with
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Anton Jensen Pastor 'elastic (bands
Final ClearanceALL ---
FIRST METHODIST CHURCH Sunday School 9:45: a. m. I Now! The easiest car in the world Everybody'. Valentine-Falcon Tudor Sedan,
V.J. RAGSDALE Minister

Sunday School 9:45: am. CIIURCII OF OUR SAVIOUR, to (Isye is easierthan ever to own!! tires. You shown'11 love with Falcon optional station white wagons sidewall, too.!

Worship Service 11:00: a.m. EPISCOPAL .... ---......-....-..,,_.. _._ ,
Choir Practice It grog 6.00: p.m. GeorreII.. Cave Vicar '. '''' ,..... N"
Worship Service 7:30: p.m. Sunday; 10:00 a m.- ..'1.-......' J ., .,"
I Bible Study and Prayer Family Communion J"' : ... }'
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Wednesday, 7:30: pm. Sunday School .
Sermon : t::: :.
OKEECHOBEE CHURCH Sunday, 7:30: p. m, Bible Study '
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OF THE BRETHREN Wednesday 9:00: A M., H .C. :: ; "'"'"

Rev F.-C. Rohrer, Pastor Saints' Days,.9.00: A. M., H. C. \ . :;ri ,'. .....
DRESSES ... Now $6.00 ea. \ ." ; '(
Sunday School 10:00
Hour : am. -
ALL TOPS Now $3.00 ea. Morning Worship 11:00: a.m. 'If I Had My Life b a1 .
:Youth 6.30 ,
Fellowship : pin : tt'
ALL SKIRTS Now $2.00 ea. \ . '
Evening Worship 7.30: FtA '-. ..
p.m. ', 1'tcbT
ALL SLIM JIMS, PEDAL PUSHERS Wednesday To. Live Over' . :
Prayer te Bible Study 7.30: p.m.
AND SHORTS Now $2.00 ea.*
I By John M. Dickson ChaplainThe
All sales. .cash-All sales Final CATHOLIC: CHURCH other day I was walking ,
Sunday Mass, 9,00; a.m. down the sidewalk near the
Holy Day Mass, 7:00: am. 'i i''I Academic Building minding my

FRERE'S MATERNITY WEAR First Fridays Mass, 7:00: p .m.: own business. It was recess timeat ). ; '.

- school and there was a lot of : ;.
A SHOP FOR THE MOTHER-TO-BE SEVENTII DAYADVENTIST I''chattering. among the boys gath I , ..' .'" .

1303 Orane Ave. Ft. Pierce, Florida CHURCH I eyed along the sidewalk, but I : :
GEORGE PETTY Pastor I| overheard one of the boys say to : : C
Sabbath School Sat, 9:30: a.m. I I another. "If I had my life to: :; < /:

Church Service Sat., 11:00: a.m. live over. ." I didn't try to hear ': : / .
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Vespers at Sundown Sat. what he said after that. I'was .rt '. ::<. .

I Prayer Meeting Wed. 7:30: pm. busy with my own thoughts If ) } : :\ :> : ,-, / '

M. V. Meeting, Friday, 7.30: p.m. I had my life to live over; what : 1;;. : 'o ".' >
Sarah changes would I make? < !h"W; :

CHRISTIAN SCIENCE CHURCH All of us can look back over to; ." .,. w->-. aaoe w ..M........_..?ao.o___. ...._., ..__ "0 -, c.X. actJ J
Sunday School, 9:30: a.m. the past year; and. across! other .
Church Service, 11:00a.m.: years, and see'many things we
CoventryOUR would d3 differently If we had Announcing sweetest deal in the compact field !

the chance. We have made mis .
takes. We have missed many opportunities 1" Wee tUWoflng I Falcon's sweet IlcelSst So
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for good. We have b
How
HOME SHOPPING SERVICEIS many folks have taken a shine to Falcon's 1
C low price tag, sensational savings rare
THE MODERN WAY TO SELECT CHRISTIANSCIENCE f
FINE FASHION JEWELRY Minutes Of The Board new Falcon beauty is again, i 6-passenger America's comfort hottest-selling that 1

IF YOU WOULD LIKE TO HAVE A FASHION SHOW OF Of Public Instruction SPECIAL SURPRISE compact. So now ve Ford Dealers are t.
YOUR OWN OF SARAH COVENTRY FINE FASHION
JEWELRY CALL YOUR.FASHION SHOW DIRECTOR HEALSTV The Bonnl JlBuurr of "public. spec Inntrucllon for Falcon tans quoting lowest possible terms and down 1
mot In regular wimlon on the e payment on every Falcon in the house!
BEVERLY A; HAWK AT above date with tile .following; mem. J
Corns o1 In Ind see how much mac Make date with
beta prenentt Mr. Jlopo 1., H..nl.ry. a your Ford Dealer today. '
r ROdeo 74-Nights Sultttr 1Valfnr0 Mm. Knoti n. pour old car is wath during our Get the sweetest deal, ever during his
Channel I Sunday 8:45: a.m.1 l ledge 1 lozlt Smith and Juiknon t'.
ROdeo 2-2851-Day. CoV.fr FALCONoJ Falcon'Valentine Special.AMERICA'S .
Station Sundays The mlnutf of the VALENTINE
regular mod. '
Inn December D." I It60, WfrftouJ_ BEST LOVED COMPACT CAR!
WSWN 12:45p.m. mill 1 approved ii SPECIAL
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The Superintendent ,reported In
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the BoHPd I hut lime C. oodnll F.2LIcc'Peei
had been Informed by I>r. Lee I:it. ,
Pool Equipment Repairs Kelt. halrman: of the Horldu .
Committee of the Southern A,.oc|. .001<"".,,o in* HURRY!SEE YOUR. FORD DEALER NOW! r.o.A.F.
ANNUALSPETUNIAS .. . ..
Alton of Colleges. and Secondary U tM futwt I' ..".. ....
GEORGE W.LAPPTHErPTQOL School that the Okeerhobee High
School wu accredited for the 196061lohool (
term Okeechobee Motor
ASTERS 'The Superintendent won Irmtrucl.1'hn : Company "

'BUILDER '"---r-.i. ......-- od lI.rnID' to _"onta"t l.... W. I.. ..._lleudry._._eon......... ,_.. t o ..u>. h.ff'w> 'fboa1' " ' ' ." 'r.rld.rq"v .
Commercial i Superintendent presented a
Residential & letter from T. W. Lonely, Jr oft

CALL COLLECT GARDENLAND "behalf or the Glen HiiHlnmr erty Action on Ible Item wan de
NURSERIES erred until the Jebrunry meetlnir -
1301 Juanita Ave. HO 1-1606, Fort Pierce, Fla The Board rwelvfl mil lid bids n. ,
HWY. 70'& FLORIDA.AVE. follo n on Him. oil. IlIbl..llolI. and
furl oilsPure : I LOOK FOR THATQ&a'aF
.. Oil Co., fuel oil. .1213Okeecbouio ;
'UII'( Sertli
glee I
.:21: 8r.. oil 40; lub, "l.10liirnll ,
\\' oil Cii. furl oil .iris
Miami Type Awning Windows37x38 MODERNIZINGYOUR onded On' *liy motion Dollar bv Smith Jui: : k i; ..k..rile'i

nitepted Ilse bid on furl oil Kiili.

.. . _.._.. A.S.C ..___............... $13.50 HOME mated H by motion\Vhtmll b.\ Oil uxler ToOn SmithHdontled 1

A.S.C. ..._........._..._.. $16.27 ly !Hop* llendrIII'
37x50 _. .... .... HEATING ? llonrd arieptid. (the bid on ITIIH. oil ( +
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JALOUSIES and lul. rliAtlun im .ul.Jmlth.,1 by ftp1ii
Okeei .hohei. '611 Sdvl.p! .

37x38% ..__.,., ....__...: A.S.C. ............ _.__ $10.50 GENERAL ELECTRICWEATHERTRON the HienpeilnK hoard ,drawings mliMit nn plmriitid.prppmetil In

37x50% .. ._-_..._."_ 'A.S.C _...... <... --... $12.55 for ly Kiniliill lonnlinitlon, I' Mnrintt or nn mlilltlnmilwlnsii iiri\ 'hi tort i FOOD FREEZERS CONDUCT COLD FASTER '

; rnnnlHtln: ? nf IIo: cluMxroo'
Hull toll, t riiillilin' | wllh tin foi.
WHY PAY MORE? ALL ELECTRIC HEAT PUMP Jowln.hnnll''';: tnllit. ,: fiirllllliHtn lire

I tin tii wing:loente'eI rail: ,-,nt then:tin:: vent the rant end etld of FOR SAFE THRIFTY STORAGE
Above Prices complete delivered In Okeechobee AUTOMATIC OPERATIONSAFE I"" fliown. till* niMltlon 10 li.. nlI ,
OkeHibnbpp Irlmnrv SilumlOn .
DEALERS INVITED
AND CLEAN I n million In ln..l": I:Hie,tce. w
korondod by Ifoiiilltmlrt, '. lhr
ENHANCES PROPERTY' plans WITH iinirn\wl with the '
Window Sales & Installation Co. ul>'ove men 8Ul'p'I"'III..nl I loin d ilmnRiIhe lopoltej. In .

il't< Honr.l i hut I 11,1', stnti Tie.partment r N B T P Cu I H Td'
1012 W. IIILLSBOROUGH AVE. bad Irn\,1| | their "lie.ciueBt .
Phone collect to place order for \\' (her. nr Irfmil. I Kenulir.nienlt .
your AIR CONDITIONING for SI/, of Hilt under Sec.
TAMPA, FLA. PHONE RE 6-479S lion 215.2n. I'I I i 'rid, '. s.'h.x.I I I.IW.,
for thf I9,'hn. .m 1'I'h.1, I The. I MUpirlntindint .

KequiHt fi.i "'ether 111,1 r""n'I.,1, their ndlilremenl" .... '
WHOLE HOUSICINTDAl I I I f... Sir.. .,..r Site: . for .
HEATING-COOLING the ItoiiKliu B'o'n. " ..
foi li fillnulnx result

A SATISFYING. : $59870 I Thu 3.2 acres Kite iiillHlMlN whinnx nf a .iplilnxlniiilt'c..hool' of, I tile, e- . 12.5.s
sloe" requires 7 nctrn Tim 1I1''I'Iot..n.I. \.
.'''' was Instructoil, to "011" '' .
I tact perK"ii ownlnir land mljiiceni, :-. .. Cu. Ft.Chest
to thin alt> lo licit"I'miniIf nd.lltlonnl yti ". -
lund ronll be purrbamdan mi Model'
F FOR ,FREEESTLVIATES noon im pomdbla.
MEAL On H motion bv Junk. Poker<< '<.<..
node |hy Hope Hi-mlry. the Scipei' Reg. Price
CALL
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Iniindeut wan niilborUitd to per
Central'EJedric' nil blllM and pnvrolN Unit mnv bet ,., $299.00THIS
pomp ill'"' If end when fund are
and Gas Co. avflU.il. .
; There! being nn finther hll.I"l ..
the meeting tens iitljourni MONTH
.1.45
ONLY
.1.' $239.00

Selling At Absolute i .


SEVERAL ''CHOICES Saturday Night, January 21


For instance-Pot Roast of Beef . ... "
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i salad ... choice of vegetables' .. choiceof

potatoes . bread . butter . AUCTION1A116 MODEL "JI3
drink. Liberal served
I portions, tastefully.

ft. Marine Plywood Boat, with 25hp Hotpoint aluminum "Silver 438 Ib. capacity

The person having the phone number RO Evinrude Motor, with self starter, tilting Lining" gives you top.to. All-aluminum' $y item-faster,

, 2.7341 may have-one of these dinners for trailer, has windshield and canopy. It's a honey bottom, wall-to-wall quickfreezing. safer freezing

Free. and ready to go skiing, fishing on the lakes, Even Sliding I wire I basket plus I
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rivers'or Gulf or just pleasure. Will be sold to temperatures separator

highest cash bidder. Also 1 good upright piano, preserve foods longer, save Shell-type, sweat-proof exterior
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I s SIERRA INNRESTAURANT !-% ton truck. Lots of good furniture, refriger- i nutritive value. 5-Year Food Spoilage Warranty

f ators, appliances, televisions and just hund I

reds of other fine items. Make it your date to .

come to this auction sale at I


! Lou and Opal Riley, Managers I STEWART AUCTION HOUSE i(_WATFORD APP LIANCES


. Downtown Okeechobee on U. S. 441 Located half way between Avon Park and

i Phone ROdeo6.1461p Sebring on Alternate 27

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THE OKEBCHOBEE, FLORIDA, NEWS-THE DAIRY CAPITAL OF FLORIDA 4

PAGE FOUR SCOUT COUNCIL" HOSPITAL NEWS Episcopal Churchwomen

FUTURE FARMERS TO MAKE ELECTS OFFICERS' Patients released from the Meet In Parrish HouseThe
mite H I Louisiana Raulerson Hospital regular monthly meeting
\ CENTERMembers TUESDAY NIGHTThe this week were Christine Me- I of the Episcopal churchwomenmet
PHOSPHATE
TRIP THRU executive board of the Daniels, Floyd Peterson, Leah in the parrish house at 2.00:
IDhetqobee that afternoon and. arrive Gulf Stream Council, Boy Scouts Johns, Blanche Chandler, Leila p .m. January 11. Mrs..George
< rf1.1S of the Okeechobee. o'clock back In Okeechobee about of America, met for Its annual Lucky, Clara Henderson, Mar-] .! Cave gave the opening medita-
Chapter Future Farmer of Am- catfifsh dinner and annual bus- orle Zipperer, Thllmore Sloan, tions which were especially
530.: will travel on
erica will strive to learn as : The group iness meeting on Tuesday night Carolyn Waldron Barbara Suited to the New Year.
automobileand
much as they can about an enterprise a school bus, and an bj at the Lakeshore' Restaurant.The Lamb and baby, Beatrice Rau After the reports and businessMrs. .
founded on rock. The will be accompanied nominating 'committee report lerson and baby, Seminole Tom Hiram Raulerson led In a ,
';:;d.7 Peconrt Clare Mutter July;;" 1. 1914, at the Poet OITlco InOkwchobof. method of learning will be In Walter Mann the local representative was presened by Tom Ver- Smith and colored patients question and answer program. -
1879 The American Agricultural -
Florida. Under Act of March 8. the form of sight, as the mem- of non, chairman of he nominatIng Hanna Givens and baby, Odessa Questions used in the discussion
Subavrlptliin Price tin advance) per year 1300 bers will go on an educationaltour Chemical Company. committee. Thomas, Enoch Clark, Lionel were: What Is our basic need? Jt Jf
Two Yeari. '5.00; Six Month, JOO.. horter periods not aceeptecl.IM of the American AgrICultural -\ Re-elected to office as presi- Fleming. What is our relationship to
Chemical Company PEARCE NAMEDTO dent of the Gulf Stream Councilwas Patients remaining' In the God? What Is our relationshipto
fALk: f : Pierce,Florida. O. Pearce, cattleman from serve In his third year In this Everett Cone, Sidney Crablll,, fulfilling our life with God?
KR11UY AT OKUXCllOBnU.': : FLORIDA-- Pierce, the A. A. C. "Phc'- Okeechobee will represent the position. He has formerly served Robert Jones, Nellie Johns of What Is a churchwoman'
rrHLlSHHD 1'ublit.hed and KVr.RY:Printed In Ukeechubee County. Florida Heart of the phate Center" In Polk County Is I Beef Cattle Industry of Floridaon In Scouting as Scoutmaster, Explorer -I South Bay, Mary Rhoads of Fort why? f
OUcechol County and City of Okccchobee, Florida. home base for the phosphate the state agricultural advis- advisor and district committeeman Pierce, Carolyn Summerall and Upon closing, 'Mrs. R. T. Bell (
Official\par.round Newspaper Cnttlo of country, with the. Dent liana Klshlnn In tho World. mining operations of The Amer- ory' council, It was announcedby bby, Johnnie Watford, Annie and Mrs. Raulerson served coffee 2
ican Agricultural Che m I c a 1\ commissioner of Agriculture Completed report of 1960 Bell Williams and colored patients and cookies. Welcomed to .
Company, one of the world'slargest Doyle Conner. growth of the council was made Curtis Williams, Nettie the group was Frances Toules t
A Jury CommissionNeed producers of phosphate I In making the appointment to including the all-time member-I Welch of Tampa Clotious Ruck- who has recently moved here .
rock, phosphorus baaed fertilizers the 20-man advisory council,, ship record of 5,169 boys now, er, Aray Johnson and Edward from Clewiston. Present were:
jurors has elemental phosphorus,,, Commissioner: Conner said that a.tlve'and over 1,800 adult Jackson:: and Clara Bryant. Mesdames H -I!. Raulerson .T. f
selecting
for a better system'of and Industrial chemicals stem- Pearce would serve for one year Scouters. \ Bell, George Cave- W. 0.. Jef- 1
been demonstrated here on several occasions when ming from phosphorus; I i I His term became effective Jan Mrs. John Stratton fers, Don Crawford, Claude Hoi- \

persons not qualified for jury duty have been Phosphorus the Is soil's a must productivity.In maintaining 'I 15 under the reorganization oi THREE CASES ARE I Honored With Shower comb and Noah Willis c

and have served. Prospective jurors pre the department. TRIED IN 'CITY COURTThree 6
drawn That Is because phosphorus en- I Main duties of the group will Mrs. John Stratton, Jr., was
sently are selected by county commissioners, and, ters Intimately Into the entire 'e to counsel and consult'with cases were tried In the honored with a stork shower on "it
of course, some politics enter into the placing of growth process being found In I the Commissioner on laws, rules city court this week' by Mayor" Friday, Jan. 13 at the home of NEWI\
every living cell of plant ani- I and regulations of the Depart- Donald Mack. Mrs. J. B, Walker. Hostess and \ \
names in the jury box. mal and man. As the growingcrop's ; I ment and to make recommen- James Allen Rodgers, charged I co-hostess for the event were ;ICI (I
An incident arose recently which demonstratesthe remove the original sup- datbns: concerning possible leg- with operating a vehicle Mrs. Jimmy Stratton and Mrs.J. .
need for better qualified persons to serve on ply of phosphorus from the soil!I islation and various operations: while under the Influence of beverages B. Walker.A 1 6F
It Is essential that a means be and reckless driving.
and
: color theme of pink 1r
examined and stand- of the State agency. '
our juries. A man was being found of replenishing the sup I The Judment was withheld on blue was carried throughout the BRIAN LEE RAULERSONA (
ard questions asked by the prosecutor and defense ply In order to prevent the land the charge of intoxication but home. A large replica of a stork son, Brian Lee, was born 1 br
attorneys were being asked. "If the state proves to from becoming useless: for crop Meets on TuesdayOkeechobee 128 Order was charged and found guiltyof stood by a pink and blue basketIn January 13 at_ the Louisiana 1 1J J bI
doubt that the production.In I I I Chapter reckless driving. The fine was which the gifts were placed.. Raulerson hospital to Mr. and
the exclusion of every reasonable I' the early days ground, of Eastern Star, met Tues- $100 plus costs. The honored guest, Mrs Strat- Mrs. Leslie Le Raulerson. The 1 J
defendant is guilty of either count set out in the bone and other organic materials -'! day at 8 p .m. In the MasonicHall Lillie Belle Carter was char- ton, was the winner of the game boy weighed 8 Ibs.: 2 oz. at birth. 1I\'
motion and information will you vote to convict were applied In a rule-of- The Chapter was openedIn ged and found guilty of bang : that was played and refreshments I(
thumb attempt to maintain a regular form with Worthy drunk and disorderly The. bond were served. G1.EXD.DALE SUMMERALLMr.
him? The man's answer was-"No. level of fertility that would sustain Matron Helen Lee presiding. Af-! of $25 was forfeited. I Those attending or sending and Mrs. Jim Summerallare -1:
We believe that to eliminate such situations in I good crop production. La:: ter a business session election Jimmie Lee Simpson was: found, gifts were Mesdames Harley Arnold parents of a 9 lb. 13 oz. baby 1 I
the future, the county should establish a jury com- ter It was found that treating I Ii of officers was held for the year I guilty of an improper tag and ,I Rosa Lee Hancock W .B. girl born Jan. 13. The baby, 1 1t\:
i ground bones win sulphurb acid of 1961. the itond: of $25 was forfeited. l TanKersley Lester Tankersley, born at the local hospital, has (,
mission, a body to select prospectivejurors, to ex- I made the phosphorus content I II New office holders are: Worthy I' The next Session of court will Clint Bass Eddie Bass, Dozier been named Glenda Dale. 1
amine their qualifications, ability to serve, physical\ more readily available and Improved I, Matron Carol Young; Worthy be Friday, Jan. 20. I II Smith, J, Pursell.Harry Dou- 1J.:
disabilities, such as faulty hearing and eyesight. To I crop yields. Phosphaterock I Patron Alfred Matron L., Martha Meares Lowe, Jr.;; I _. I I ?las, John Stratton, Sr., Bob GERRI: DELAINE LAMBA 1I 1I 1r
Associate
select such a panel would take some time and research soon replaced bones in this I Associate Patron, Donald Mack; Chalo Nitka Coming I Fitzgerald Earl Raul e r son, daughter, Gerrl Delaine, I

but it would result in a savings in time in known process as of superphosphate producing what and Is I Secretary, Sue Sheppard; Treasurer Pretty girls, Seminole Indians,)| Glenn Bass Cecil Arnold, H. S. was born Friday, January 13 to \(
i Conrad,
) Burl Davenport, Warren
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Lamb.
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Robert
Dorothy Kinsaul; Con-. big (really big ones) bass, bands
and would surely! result in more production expanded rapidly ,
selecting a jury a Barber, Henry Lanier. Herman -
I'ductress, Ruby Meares, Associate and a barbeque areto be combined The little girl was born at ttie i
with the discovery of substantial '
Thomas, Mamie Barber
erudite jury. I, Conductress Bettty Mack; I at the 13th annual Chalo Louisiana Raulerson hospital Fr
There would be no cost connected with sucha The phosphate tour will rock begin deposits.with the Sentinel. 2..K. Williams.All I Nitka at Moore'Haven on February -, Harold Arthur Hancock Raulerson Edison Leo Walker Law,,', ald weighed Ibs. 11 oz. (

commission. The commissioners should serve mining of the rock phosphate other officers will be appointed 25.The (
Harold Barber, Paul Ames, Noel
and Ternale llpm uiuallly serve
take and follow It through the processing -I: by the Incoming Worthy annual rtiebratlon I Arnold, Oene as
would Charlie Harvey
it an
without pay. However, probably plants. A schedule of the li Matron and Installation of officers I festival is well named because he; family breadwinners, the I
/IvLaughlin. O. C. Whatley
act of the legislature to give authorization to estab- trip: Is printed In this, article.,:' was to be held Thursday Chalo Nitka, according to some Monroe: Hicks Jack Ross; Larue National Geographic magazine t
at 7:30 m. All O. E S. members Seminoles, means the Day of says. Toward sundown, ladles S
The in- p.
lish such a body. Chapter and A. A. C. )rawdy, Lloyd Barber, Donald
Bass. Others claim the name ot the pride emerge from cover
cites any Interested people In were Invited. lurkett, Claude Gardner, W. tr
denotes the whopper size for md stalk prey grazing on the
Lint Off Laundry I Prevents MarkingTo Dkeechobee them on County this trip.to accompany -II After the meeting adjourned! which the Lake Okeechobee region 'hyllis homas' Arnold and Misses and Jackie Elaine J'I trains; Shunning work, the tF

If your washing machine Is prevent galoshes from The group will depart from a party was held In the dining Is famous. Anyway there naned males remain'on the
cut the vlll be of fish for ildellnes-until it is time to appropriate I
suede shoes Worthy plenty everyone
one which has no filter slip an marking Dkeechobee high school at 7 am oom for the out-going White shoe polish In liquid
l feet from pair of old nylon Patron, Helen and, at the affair. Barbequed the choicest portion. E
old nylon- stocking down over a Monday Jan. 23, and should nr- Matron and :form can ,be used as ink for I
the center post of the agitator stockings and, slip them overCOME lve: In Pierce by about 9:30.: The Jrln) Lee. They were presented| chicken, too, and cooked as I,I writing on the back pages ofaj...Lionesses..,. eat next. Cubs get. _the_ J
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THE 'OKEBCXIOBEE; :, FLORIDA, .NEWS-THE.DAIRY CAPITAI. OF FLORIDA : PAGE FIVE
FRIDAY JANUARY 20, 1961
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- AND TV'S'I MINUTES BOARD ,OF COUNTY I REST HOME NEWS Board Releases
APPLIANCES
USED AF Office
Frigidaire 30-Inch range . .$79GE ...JSSIONERS Opens I Mr. and Mrs Elmer Pearce of I County StatisticsThe
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21-incn TV consolette . .$89 o County CommUHlon. Delray Beach visited his mother Florida State Board: ofI

Zenith 21-inch TV consol- en of Okeecbobe: county Florid' In Fort PierceThe Mrs .Matt Pearce Monday at the j I Health statistical report of No-
seulon convened on
ette ', . . . . . . ., .$79 met Jan. In 10, regular 1961 at 9 oclock A. M, with Dunklln Rest Home. Mr. and vember, 1960 showed that In
'itWINT ADS{ WATFORD APPLIANCES the following mem born prcient Air Force will open a recruiting Mrs. Henry Hansel of Arcadia I the months of January through

j Phone ROdeo 2-7191 Commlialoneri John I'". Pearce, office In Room 120, Ar- I' visited at the home on Thurs- I August of'1960 there were 74

,'hal rrnll.n I n, II. IUuler un, H. ,J. cade Building Fort Pierce, on day. Hansel, a former residentof marriages In the county 19 divorces -
SEWING MACHINES Robinson .ChorleeV.. Harvey anti Feb 1, it was anounced yesterday I the home, Is living with his I and annulments, 82 white

DOES YOUR MACHINE NEED I L ,I:. Herbert; Attorney W L, lli-n., brother, Everett Hansel in Arcadia births and 20 colored births. The

SERVICING? We give ONE dry, fihi-rln J C. Mcl'hrrHolI'and T/Sgt. Malcolm L. Brown will fatality report showed a total
ss FOR SALE: Beautiful 1060 DAY Service 90 Day Guarantee Deputy Clerk Gloria }'ord. be the recruiting sergeant and I I Donations at the home were I''of 38 deaths four of these

a FOR SALE or RENTn. I! Trotwood 55x10. Bedroom on I Parts for all machines. We UlnutcH of the prevloun meeting will service Vero Beach. Stuart fruit by Mrs. Annie Scott: and I were from cancer, one diabetes,
m m** ** aa a* i each end, bath and a half, twin: also have rebuilt Singers and were read and, uppruve.l. and Okeechobee In addition lo Mrs. Fearl Godwin, doughnutsby three from Influenza and pneu-

m FOR SALEr Acre of land. Will beds In master bedroom. Call other new sewing machines. We Olin Clod win, ilr. 'chli-f app..ttr.dbefore Fort Pierce. I I Mrs. Letha Wooten and tomatoes I monia, seven cerebal vascular
1-20 board In regard 10lte
1? trade for house trailer or sell LYric 7-2464 do buttons, buckles, belts and county tha piirrhuxlnn a Ira truck III Sgt. Brown was stationed in by Frank Platt and M. disease, 12 from 'heart disease,

to for cash. Contact Hobert Clay j HOUSE TRAILERSFOR I button holes. Free Home Demonstrations was agreed by the board for Godwin Waco, Texas, prior to being assigned M Martin. one motor vehicle accident

Ip at 2-3141. .. 1-20 LEWIS THOMPSON to present JipeclHcatlonn\ UK to Ibo recruiting duty, wh re'h''! Mrs. Platt and the residentsof three accidents of another na-

'is RENT Small two bed: i I SALE All Aluminum 35 132 Depot Drive, Fort typet of truck denlred to them at the was assigned duties as bas> reerillstment "! the 'home wish to extend ture and seven others from oth-

I 17 FOR house: Suitable Jor couple. ft. Mobile Cruiser House Trail- Pierce, HO 1-6237. l-20tf next regular meeting NCO for James Con- their thanks to Mrs, Z. K. Williams er diseases.
1j( room and bath' Frank Sheppard appeared before Air Force Base. Mrs. Nora Phelps and Joe
Unfurnished. | er. Two bed rooms nally ?
job. I
Fresh Close paint to town Call RQdeo I, Call ROdeo 2-5181. 11-2512-16; LOST & FOUNDLOST the board In regard to HIP dralniiKudltth Effective Feb. 1, and in con I Isenberg, members of the Boardof Breadboxes and other tin con-

I'll 1-20' New and, Used by his property "nre'Iu"t.\ junction with the opening of the the' Rest Home for last year tainers can be kept from rust-
2-2331. Male Bird Dog Puppy, It bff cleaned nut. It "'0"
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,(f- I' TRAILER FURNITURE White with lemon spots. Dog OKI'PO'by\ the board for Hllu"'r.ollto new office! : S'Sgt Gerald R New-I for all their kindnesses to residents Ing if a thin coat of paraffin Is

to FOR RENT: Furnished cabins Anything for Trailers answers' to name of Jack. If mako alt lnnn-tli| of tbU illtih ton, Air Force recruiter for this of the home. applied Inside. Take a pin and

es electric kitchens. p, P. Fvans.1re One Stop Trailer ServiceLOCKWOOD found, call RO 6-1312. l-20p and\ make ri-cuninu-iiiliitloiiH at thenext area for the past year and a half open the air holes in the bread-
Phone 2-3961.. 7-24tt I nWilliiKMotion\ will be assigned permanently to I Clip Board Dandy box for ventilation.

Bedroomf I 1804 S. 4th St. Ft. Pierce vim mil.I.by. Uauli-mon; I the Air Force office in West An office clip board costs very Though the armadillo destroys -

.T. FOR SALE Three down. Jim! Legal Notice 1"'ollI,-" by. /Ili-ihi-it' .. nod, unnnl. Palm Beach. Since taking over little and proves of great assist- many harmful insects. it

House and lot.office$100 located N. I BOATS & TRAILERSFOR I niouxly ran.led. \ to adopt the foi. this area in Sept. of 59. Sgt. ance Jwhen you have small fish still, Is mistakenly hunted as a

1. Walter Corp. RO I\ Till! 4'III!'I IT 4 (HUT IN ilo\\ IIIIl it-itiMulloii" ; I Newton has operated out of to scale. The clip board will hold pest and for its edible flesh. It
of post office on 441. Call bALE AMI: FOIL nHt'.rt'IIOBM':: '' HttMH TIOHrlUAM. >lln'ee: West Palm Beach but 'has spent the tall firmly while you scale, is known in parts of Texas as
6-1601, Okechobee. l-13tf Mark 75 Mercury W/Controls, co ITT, 1..011'1) \\ :/ : thenae (! niortllHblnif | most of his time In this area. ( clean and fillet your catch. ""poor man's pig." te
Bedroom $395; Scott 60 Wremote con- ('II\N: ('Kill :\11, I7IM.DUMPSKY viimpK lociiti-il ut Iho mouth With the opening of the office
FOR SALE Two of l"Kluilmm river In fkeecbub _
? trols 1959' Scott 40 liP : :'! 1IOIHJK, I Fort Pierce and the .. .
$381 ; in
' down Jim I ,
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', house and lot. $100 manly uml 'two allude HHIIH| ; tainpHhi '
1'10111 lilT
% Electric, $321 1959 Gale ElectricHP ment of Sgt. Brown to
* Walter Corp., office located N- ; VII. tin- KlHHlmnu-i) il\t-r aim In' I assign-I
$151; 1959 Evinrude 5V4 I ibulre'euuuty: of lili, b fice, the office in West
of post off ice.on 441 or Call RO ('IIIl1S'I'I l :N l: uoDon, <: till w lire (treatIIHriil
6-1601 Okeechobeel13t1 35 HP, $285; 1958 Johnson 10 cfendiint ,* to II..' el'olinnij tit | Beach will no longer be

HP, $151. 40 other used motorsto :NOTKI': 1'" .""-1'11It In-i eolith)'. andIll.lliAS 111'111'1 sible for this area
FOR RENT Furnished nice choose fromSPORTSMAN, Tp: rnnis'iixr.: iionon I \\' : ": I till" Ito,,,rI IH ._ --- NOTICE

clean 1 or 2 room 'apartment, CENTER KcKlilcnti',, unknown I I that nil llvu( of the iiforeoald mwitHllHli'nw Wayne Participates
by week or month. Utilities fur- Fort Pierce, Fla. tf YouII'" ln>ri>liy ntitldi-il lnit n riiinpn Kill be Incluiltd In I Ii
rn nished. Road 78. Telephone I cult for illvori'H linn kern nitrrt.l 'i lit,' 111"1 I ( ii-qulnd l.v ilu tVnrtallI I In Soccer PlayThe
nIL- ,3165. .429tthe A free theatre pas is being BRiilnxt you In the Circuit Court I In (I I I anti hutilliHrn, riiuliln, I'I'r.'I"",' "ollirul following students approved -
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nd held at Gilbert's box .off Ice for Ulul for OkeodiolM-e Count, lilHii'l.I. fur Hooil control IIII\>rnv*. 1: by the Stetson University We are no longer operating the Pure Oil Station

FOR RENT: Three Room Housi Don Crawford. liy M.MI'SiV:: :.: linlxji:, and >11".1,1,1'1 miMUa on tinKlHHlnimie river, and Athletic Committee will receive across the street from the Ford place.
tho with sun porch. Adults only. Or litri-hy reuulred j to 111'1"111' WMCUKAX: tho IUHK of. tbi.H" tics the Varsity award for participation -
Okeechobee Road. Inquire Telephone Animals For Sale your Ann,-,' ui olhi-r |>li,'n l-6t Clrmlt Court of 'lk"', nientiil Impact on the futuiu All accounts with us are to be paid to Okeechobee
ROdeo 2-4178 ..,'hub"1 out and KiovMh of ilkerrhobeeraUnl l i Soccer team:
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FOR SALE OR TRADE One Ctunty, rioilila, on or ) I
,111 I Wayne cone, Okeechobee; Pure Service at our office.
FOR SALE OR TRADE 2 Shetland Stud Colt. One 22 H P. lath day of I'el.ruorj' Itdl, nml y,
by : : BI:: IT : thur Alderman, Melbourne;
MHV iiiKiiKKoitr.:
furnished cottage, 'Jal Johnson Outboard. Would like carve; a ropy] of the xnim' upon O..C1; 111'//
)y, bedroom liuirnniv' I1 U. (tux BUI:;; uk\ ,',liul..>c, SiLVJi' Hint ill.Cinlnil anti Byrd Booth Clearwater! Oeorge
.as ousle front 'porch. Lot 50x135, to trade for young angus bull rinililii, ,, \lI"rlll' for' tin J'liilMtllT. SiuilliPin rinrlihi (loud I Control' Borders, Jacksonville Beach; OKEECHOBEE MOTOR CO.

Beautiful lawn with fruit and Call Dr. Frank Platt. ROdeo lloidii" full, not or ln Error I'I'''. l>l.tH$<-l uml the, 'L'nltnl' SLuli-H ""nl'p.1| Tom Brist Daytona Beach; Jav ,

palm trees. Solar system Insure; 6-1421. 1-20U ('ollno,,, \\ III bi .nti'icil HKnhiHt i ,, you ..f "ICiiKlMHiiM: he till 1 tlu-N' are li.ie.bv . Buchner Daytona Beach;,Frank Claude Holcomb, Mgr. RO 2-4461
hot water without cost. Ca: I In sold cuiimfor the nlli'f IMHVK, 111-Ki-ntly requi-Hti-il, to nlvo fnuluble \. Clark. Hollywood; pill George
porte. Within 4.miles of Lake AUTOMOTIVEFOR for In tliu Hill of I't/nlplhhlt., ( oiiHlilvrallon/ lo the 111.1111111.1 Haverhlll. Mass.; Gary. Marls
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1e, Worth. Write P. O. Box 656,1; 110-1'> :; : a n.i itiiiu.i> : : ) nt 01"+.. lion nf llooil ,'" itrol Ini'kM In\ t .- Nick Mueller, Louisville -
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to I SALE: Economy Compact Culvirt : 7 the, :North; Eau ;
Okeechobee. dl timber, riwrl.lii. till lilt 11th *iy i>fJanuiiiv urea of No. on et ,r
Tamplco
Nunez, -
lb, Private Owner $350 or make of 1961. hare h'I" p.'r in It IUCPHH ' Ky: Carlos

he FOR SALE Two New 3.Bed-1 fer. Hotchkiss. ROdeo 6-1493 I 01 (Soul, ) I prime. lilouu natfltf: /May Into I f'1 I Mexico; Don Ray Graham, DITCHING & DIKING
al Unfurnished houses. See ROdep 2-1586. 1-2C UAYMM:; 13. \\ II.MAMSPitIk lilev. S C; Ted Sucher Harnden
room ____ I Sutherland Mid-
Circuit c'.ufl' > 111II father Ui-milM-il Hint | Conn., Boone
at Railroad Store,
0. W. Clay ll-4t; I'ublldli Jun l3. :I'D, 27; l>b. 8, 11181' or thin oliitlon be furnished tcfSonatoi dletown KKy., and Billy Wolfe No Job Too Big-None Too Small

as Okeechobee. ..- MISCELLANEOUSWANTED The Ukeci'liolitfv NenaIITll'I1 I Spi-HKiud' Ilnlluinl/ SenntoiHIOIKV ..' : Jacksonville I have the Equipment do them allI
A. Smntlicr and-CoiiKri-ii
20 Lots, guarafr 1
!1e FOR SALE BUY Used Pony
TO :
ne teed title. $350 each. Four lots, 2-3221 RC :\< : mini foul. 'ItuKim. TAX COLLECTIONSUP also have two farm-ranch wafer pumps
Cart. Call ROdeo!! or IMHSID: ANn Anot"iin.: inin.:
les $500 each 1958 Dodge 2-doo: 2-3141. 1-i: MM;:n ',"CTI"'HItIN \..\\\" 'I''I't II.AU HIIhhKlN:::: COXMIM'li:: : THIS !. IN DECEMBER for sale at reasonable prices.

er hardtop. $60 per month. Phone NOIICH I H HI'lnIIYVI': : ;\ :" chitthe 1 Iti'I'li r 11.\\'." UV JV.M'AIIY:- ,\. I II Okeechobee County's share of r"
he RO 2-2163 ll-18tl NOTICE uiiilvrMlKiX'tl: drnirlnao eugugIn lliiU'
hehe You are Invited to a Box l It"oh'oo uniler I Isle flclltloiiK name, I Ci.rbilt, Nointaii" and\ llnuiinl Tin. the State Sales Tax collectionsand J.C.'Bill'WaldronPhone

FOR SALE-100x140 feet or I Supper at the American Legion of KlhSlMMKP. nt\'EIt: HASQUES:; doe, iippi-and bi.fore tktI Ibral'd I InriKiird the gasoline; collectionswere

o- Highway 98 south of Baslrlger.m. Post on Jan. 27 at 8 pm. "t'H 71 N. "'. Stith St. In tins City. to tlp road lending l.i IbeliIllliplltV up in December according; ROdeo 2-4132'

E. M. Bartnett, 1953 West. Road, Please come and bring a box. of Mliiml Springs riorliln\ lull mix It \\HM IIMII-Ill" b>' till- to a report from Ray E. Green, ,
:21 to iciclxtrr the ,,,Itl mimi> with the Comptroller
Jacksonville, Fla. 1-20 toUs tide JlI'II'r, State
he I Proceeds will be used to beautify d.-rk tit_.. tlu flrctilt Court ot liiiilaimifil .... ,', _.........--.ar.n rM*' MiAfcM A4.Mft *iw* i.taafc4.%aI 'I \ '
--""' FOR SALE- 2 Bedroom'CBS the rn.morla.Lltx the parkSponsored r-uny. t'rurleawn+aaw.+' nl"\, ', 1..lIi..tI'j.. { road h'\\, i I in sales tax collections' ,. up some
; by ,the Legion Aux Mlumi." 1'liiilila. tills 41)) .
I nt hiM property, Mod m \\iivmuil r $839.51 from the month of November
HOUM.
.r -ot t ;;pYt1.eca'ifr ROdea -2fs : iliary. 1'2027SEPTIC lay of jAniinry 1I6I.! .. by Itntll'r"tl .Hicondid, h.v, i Dade County was' first '

ll-4t TANKS and OTMSITraps \\'arly.| .MAC liiutlrr I JACIIK.& Dime. llnrteuml iniiiiiliiiuiiHly iniiled tu, I in collections with Duval county 5 Acres SCO 5 Acres
lIlhol'III" surrey op"| the Neat llm
Nice two Cleaned and Repaired.- | next. The gasoline; tax amounted i
FOR SALE OR RENT: .MK' N K J.'lr.t HtiPtvtMUntl. of "Hlxlu' I'M r It 1'111'| .
bedroom house. Furnished. Cal Phone Okeechobee RO 2-4724 1 01 Florida Motion. wiiM imiibby 1 Uolilnm.nHeiondfd to 26262.39, while in the

ROdeo 2-3189: ,1-21 RO 2-2071. Attornoy for Applicant h)' Iffrln-it unit linniiimoUBly I month of November the ,collection

Publish JII/I. U, 211. 27; Tib 1, 1961The " ,,,'rh'.1 to, neropt C: & I 111 tin' ran $24,35608. Dade county
HELP WANTEDWANT Alcoholics Anonymous may breached okvvi liolu-e NVwnNOI nniiuiiit of IH.(12 fur. Ileniy Ji =Not again received the largest DOWN

I by calling ROdeo 2314Let's 1 mil II. UM pl-.'aat.l; l.HIM Tux ..11art I share of these taxes with Hills- I

TO EMPLOY Middle age Mowers 'ICK oi- I\TINTKI .ar'. _. borough reportedly second. Let us show one of the greatest
Trade
white lady who desires home< '10 \MI.MI; ( IMIIM\<. Miiljon wii'n; mailu, .bv. ItaulirHimfi'ionileil you
and small salary in return for JUST call ROdeo 2-4231: today till II"\,: :NO. art ( I l.\. I Ilirln-it" nnd inniiilmoiir.,, ,, Musicarnival Hold--

house work and taking care of I for a FREE demonstration on :NO'b'll'Ia: / I lii-icb)' iilvi'ii Unit hit ly .111"1. ,I lo Inxtall Iwo culverts ,uml, I land bargains in all Okeechobee

j three: children. Both parent! YOUR lawn We'll trade on the "'Ity Ciiunill of tinCltv of OUvnhu. a 1 11'III'Ior 1 r''M"II'II"II Ihv 11111 ,, II- Auditions For

working. Call RO 2-4664. l-2( spot. Sizes and prices to fit \l.cc, I'loUilii u niu nli.I piil (.nrpurii- llama i-on.l, phot th. apiuulHiilvalue Singers Dancers County
tlini will i-im.ilil.-r( le.nnnlnx, from 4i n-turn for the miirv) and dancers in the
I your needs right of \\ nfiom Ji-lr\' ILineiiikMotion I Singers
.. nr.sii'isri.vi: : it.ii tu l'O.\DIIH.:
have
will
I I southern Florida area
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woe mode by ItaulcinnnHiciinilid
Help WantedMale Gilbert'sFOR C1AI. and tu aim ml neeurdingly Iliat'ompiiln
bv Itoblimoo. and iiniinl.moiixly an opportunity to audition for
nnhiX.inhiK ( inllniiiiioVo *
REPAIRS on Frigldalfe Musicarnival this week end A wonderful variation of
-, riii-lli'i I In iipprovithe I fol| pine
271 iiilol'lnl NiivoinliHr:; :'I l II!i;> ,
or Female Clericaland 1 and May tag appliances call till.' flllloUlllIC. ll-.<'|'llu-ll rent I MO.liinv .. bmlnw (1,111 trout." the Chll II..r"II. when producer John L. Price. Jr

Secretarial. Five Day 'GILBERTS. ROdeo 2-4231 tf ',' Hlliiutp, I lying| nod b.-In6{ fund, I : will hold auditions in West and hammock land will
Week. Write Dept.OKB NOTICEI ullliln I Hiiiiipniiiti'' ' llinllK of the Kloil.la vclopmtiit' CominlHHlnnH72.r. Palm Beach on Friday. Jan 20 give you an
% Okeechobee News. 7-29tf I .: :.. Muslcarnl-
for City i.C (ill.ereh"bee.' 1,1.nl.l.i. l.\\lf: In keeping with
wll not be responsible
debts Incurred by anyone Iol I to X' Inrl., )in Motion wan made bv Ita U lire.( onKiiomliil val's policy of giving local talent excellent selection to choose from.
EXPERIENCED WAITRESS tc any II mill 1.. 111.idi 'J'l: 1 I'lrnt bv lioblnnoii and unnnl.moiiHlv first chance at places In the
other than myself. Ailillllou, to. :Siiuth Dki-t- forded l .I to nll.MV the ulniintu '
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work behind counter and Live ir: NORMAN: R. EZELL ehuhrr| | purclume I mil,'...1111 to flu-lti-t-, Iliacniiruencr theatre's resident for singers company and Pleasa remember that this is not j ust
dining room. Year round. 2 Feb. ;3 . Price is looking
Jan 13 20. {{ and that a |>ul.lp| h.-Ki-lntf, In r, b, ,pnuvi | bmt.Miftlon .
on premises. Apply in person at __ lion thrrrhwill be h.l.l\ ut 7i::!iI > W/IM made by II II'Y." .."eon I dancers of professional calibreto
J & S Park, 17 miles east ol NOTICE >. M on the 7th thij of l-'fl.iuiny I ,led liy I 1''I'I''I.t l i I and' linanlniiiiinlomrle.l \ appear in his forthcoming run of the average county land and
Okeechobee on US 441. l'13.20p TV is to : I ,. season of six musicals with rehearsals ,
Okechobee Radio & going I'lrtl! In I litCllv ( ''11I\1'11 Uimm, /'sly mlMillHifor Die II-IIHI- .Ttln I
lout of business. Anyone having Hall 1 okreiliiiliitrlull.lil.. ut \\huh, > County .\1'1..1"' ""IIII''r. beginning on Feb. 13. do not forget that small
ARTICLES for SALEFOR articles in for repairs are requested llm.' nil pants. In lnli-ri-.it tad, ill.lunm ."II"n"i'( mode l h>' .ll.inl\,'r onHiconiled Shows to be presented this good acreageall
I reclaim them not Kliall have iin opiiorluiiltv to b\ )' |!IIIIHIIII,| and anon. .(. season opening Feb. 21 all be
to
SALE--Market:: Equipment,, I later than Jan. 28, 1961 13,20 bit heard l'liuKu viivi't'ii' >'our. Iveiaroonllnvly. mou.i-iirilnl l I', IIPPIOM- bill from "Can-Can". "Annie Get Your over is hard to find.
Electric meat saw, electric; sau M. K, Mc-Mami. .lppruloer| In Hi- Gun", "Fanny" "Car 0 us l' 1",
sage mill, tenderizer, meat! block I -- ---- CLAIM.': (iAHU.NKUI'lpHlilint :. : amount of $:I7.1:;. to In- |mll frl the "Gentlemen Prefer Blondes,
etc. A-l: I DAVE'S TRAblNG CENTER City Coinu-II N-iniiil.irv \1111,1 I fiiniN. .
scales cash register and and "L'll Abner"
I Box 806 Okeechobee, Florida;; City of UkivthiiliiiiDkiiilnilne The followlnnouilieri> wereup..
beverage box electric. Real nice Auditions wll be held Friday JAMES R. TOMPKINSREALTOR
Phone 2-6025 \ ( ; .I'li.rlilii in"\'ed I and urdeiiil paid, :
27-ft. house trailer, air condi- I AT'ir.sr: lleiieral fund1'el'rnnh 17'i. from 4 to 7 p m. at the TownHouse

tioners, and If It is furniture, $1800Wardrobe ii'Kitrivnv: ; : tbrnuuli, .1S.'S In lln amount of $12,. 100 Datura St.
I 1 Rollawav
appliances, televisions bedding, 1 : : : : : : : : : : : :$25,00 city ('!elk IDS.II.Itoad. --- -
and the
blankets cloves in corners of
refrigerators, rugs, City of OkevihobiHiokviilniliri' nnil Ilildwe KumlV A few I I
1 China Closet . . . . .$29.00 and will HO 6-15G1 Next Door to Florida Power &. Light Officel1t41It1nIvJn
hundreds of other items you florlila rantM'NS8: lliinuvh il'MO In the your shelves cupboards
. . . . .$15.00 .
shopping 1 20" Girls Bike 20, amount of 14.1207 and spicy
want, we are your 1'ubllHli Janiiary 1'XllThe discourage!! ants give a
headquarters to save money. If 1 Dresser and Chest . .$2900 Oki-n( 'liolieiNewii Fine and Forfeiture l-'und \\111., smell! to your cabinets I

have anything} good to sell, I ant lii 4 tlirointli I S07 III the

trade you orsell to us. STEWARTS I DAVE'S TRADING CENTER P. T. A. TO :MEET mount" of $U,:HIT,ill. I
Box 806 Okeechobee, Florida 'Ilieri-, lielnir no further Inmlmthe 1 'aeI
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AUCTION HOUSE. (Truly the The regular monthly meeting .
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Phone 2-6025 I llonril dJ Join in il, I
trading center of Highlands Thursday evening, Jan. 19 af I
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120Used'TV's -- the high school auditorium. The
County NOTICEI .
Cut a slot in a large bath t
for meeting is to begin at 7:30: and
will not be responsible sponge and use it as a pocket
Omar Hunt, school superintendent -
any debts Incurred by anyone for the small pieces of leftover I THE
will speak.
Effective /
other than myself A soap. _
January 4, 1961. It/IIVUIIRitJIRiJ
GOOD CONDITION' LEO :MATCHETT J % OPENING


CENTRAL Your Credit ELECTRIC Is Good& GAS INCOME, TAX TIME IS HERE RANCH FOR SALE I OF

AGAIN . For professional assistance
with your tax problems -

FOR SALE Used Heavy Duty see 'Bill and Dee Presley 755 ACRES MUCK AND SAND I
.
Air compressor. Complete with 914 West 8th Street, Okeecho- I Tax ServicBill
tank. Suitable for garage or bee Call RO 2-1101 for appoint- Immediate OccupancyAll Presley's

truck Stop. $225, Okeechobee ment. x
Trailer and Fishing Resort. improved pastures, ditched and diked, fenced cross-
1-13.20,2.7 WHITE RIDGE WATER: 5 gal fenced, pens, electric pump 2 flowing wells. and Dee Presley have leased office space at 409 South Park

FOR SALE: Used Trutlan Freezer. Me 25c plus gallon deposit plus :deposit.Distilled PARK water LOCATED QNE AND ONE-HALF MILES NORTH OF Street and are ready to assist you with all your tax problems-

Special price, $75. Gilbert's. DRUG CO., Phone RO 2-3271 Personal, Business, Partnership or Corporation.
1-20 ll-13tf LAKE OKEECIIOBEE

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FOR SALE: Used wood heating FOR SALE: Used Frigidaire A.M. .8
OFFICE HOURS : 9 P.M.-Monday Through Saturday
Real Estate
'Stove and pipe. Army over coats automatl.:'washer' 4950. GUbel Exclusive With Hancock

and some other garments. t's. 1-20
OFFICE PHONE ROdeo 2-1501
Builders hardware tools and 131 N. 4th Street, Ft. Pierce Fla.

other Items. Griffith, one block George Spann may claim hisfree Write to Mr. Snellings at Above Address If no Answer-Call ROdeo 2-1101
Gilbert'sbox
east of Domer's Machine Shop- theatre pass at
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1 t CAPTHAL FLORIDA
PAGE TWO IBB: 0JCEIDC 0BtZ. F1ORXDA NIWS-THK DAIRY, OF ;' I


.Old nylon stockings, can be| produced .his first repeating bearded all over with gray moss. as one of America's first cities i i
First Show Starts 6:45 P.M. rolled into doughnut shapes IMAGINE' -- A rifle. Plantation.life, with its chivalric and ::one In which the conveniences CarterPAINTS
which make soft elbow and heel During the summer of 1860; tournaments deer hunts of luxury are most to be- Mary
rests for invalids. I HAIRCUT FOR the Great Eastern, then the and horse races, barbecues, and met with." '
the wind of
DriveinTheatre biggest ship afloat, made its stately balls, was gracious ButIt Not long before '
maiden voyage from England to was far trom'lndolent. war were to blow away peace
12 CENTS! New York. The Pony Expresswas nnd iosportty, the young mistress -
Our Special Sale Thousand Interests and Objects"It of Belvedere plantationconfided. EVERY SECOND CAN
braving Indians to speed "
would be Impossible 1 ,
letter to a friend, FREE OF EXTRA COSTS
In a
When South Carolina triggered mall to and from the West wrote planter novelist William
THIS WEEK the secession of Southern Coast. Gilmore Sims to a Northern "'w'o e next Intended vtek going bu I to Icel Charleston rattier .607 S. Fourth St. ,(

2 TYPEWRITER States a century ago, the Nationwas -The United States Congress friend In 1857, "to give you any doubtful about It < I would be PHONE HO i-m fl
ADMISSION 60o in a period of progress and enacted a bill to establish the Just Idea of the thousand inter- the trip for the
TABLES ONLY sorry to give up
Children Under 12 Years prosperity. Government Printing Office ests and objects demanding beau-pere has engaged rooms Fort Pierce, Florida p pt
Always Free When Accompanied GOING AT Politically, the months were which was to become the largest consant care, watch, thought, for usa the Charleston Hotel. Icouldn't
by parents. violent preceding South Caro printing establishment in and variety of resource, which at a better time for
$10.00 ea. lina's withdrawal from the the world. flow from the charge of 70 negroes go will have his l car- t;
'' the beau-pere
Friday and Saturday Union on December 20, 1860
and the cultivation of 600 .
In the field of fashion, a new riage and horses and servants :
20-21
January The North and South had
South Florida Office split
type of steel hoop lightened the notes of land; these Involvingthe "
Heller In Pink TightsIn into two armed with there , '
Equipment and SupplyPhone camps burden of women's floor-sweep use of 20 horses, half a STATE PAINT :
Technicolor opinion hardened on the Issuesof
ROdeo 6-1551 I ing skirts Men's haircuts cost score of wagons, as many of
Sophia Loren slavery and secession.But about 12 cents. carts, a blacksmith shop, a car- Traps AntsWrapping
!Margaret Anthony Quinn O'Brien the prewar period also South Carolina, with a non- penter's cotton gin, screw the legs of your EVERY SECOND CAN FREE! j
Valley of the Redwoods was a time of technical innova- slave population of 291,000, par- threshing houses, and heaven I i porch or outdoors table with ., Quart or Gallon '
tion, the National Geographic knows what all besides." side out f'
In CINEMASCOPELynn ticularly was enjoying prosperIty. cellophane tape, sticky ; '
Bernay CHAIN LINK FENCE Society says. ships sailed from her ports Many plantation fam f 111 i e s. from the ground "will keep ants Money-Back Guarantee! !i'
Ed Nelson FRANK FORD Home Lighting DemonstratedA with cargoes of rice, cotton, and spent summers In Charleston, and other small Insects from 530 SOUTH FOURTH ST.
John Hudson revolutionary marvel, home Indigo, returning with silver, the State's oldest city, or Beau coming up to sample your menu.
ALSO.CARTONSunday Phone 110 1-8448 Ft. Pierce electric ligthlng, had been suc- furniture, silks, books and other fort. They maintained hand ORANGE AVE. at JENKINS _
and !Monday cessfully demonstrated. A New luxuries. some own houses of brick or I ..
January 22-23 York hotel, to the consternation South Carolina's Low Countrywas wood, usually wlthspaclo us piazzas Baseboards FORT PIERCE ,
Wild River CUSTOM PINIONED LOOKS of many guests, had installed a mosaic of rich plantations to catch the sea breeze. Salt on 110
Color and Cinemascope the first passenger d c- in a romantic setting of: Table salt sprinkled at base-
Montgomery Clift Carpet -, Tile linoleum vator. The New York and Erie majestic rivers, yellow-green Charleston impressed an Eng- boards and on shelves will send .
Lee Remick Jaluuxlv \\'Indo",. and L>oor. Railroad had put into service marshes, magnolias, cypr ess, lishman, traveling in the South ants scurrying to find other living -
Building Supplies
ALSO Jo CARTOON>an Fleet sleplng cars. Winchester had and pine, of avenues of live oakProfit during the great plantation era, quarters. I
VUMUU ft CAJITET8 INC. (GILBERTTHEATRE i
Tues., Wed., Thurs. 1307 Orange Are no 15241 -
Jan 24, 25 and 26Tennessee's
PartnerColor I I I YOUR HIGHEST PRICESCOME
and CinemascopeJohn OWl and Hallmark Card

Ronald Payne Reagan Gifts WeddingHeadquarter for the Hrlde* .. ':t. ,iJYe, Sharing FROMCOMPETITIVE Okeechobee- .Florida .
Rhonda FFlemlng Engraved: \\rddlntf :
Coleen AnnouncementiBOMTONV r. ,2. # ,. .. t'fg 2e> GrayALSOCARTOON {.7I. .... f11 r.. :1: Mll.LJONNfTHOItIlZMllIKJN January 20-21
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122 N 2nd St. HO 1-252 "r: fMPiorefs PUKHS spy AC- The MagnificientSeven
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(\. fe irs.s. weRwosie'nY '

I I. . rM-rMd .. ," / Aeo f LIVESTOCK AUCTIONMARKET I In Color E I
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.- Yul Brynner -
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,4I" Eli Wallach
: CENTRAL ELECTRIC \ \J' .:".,.,# I Steve McQueen
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Fac+FvsGrNrs [ :
j introduces 1I 1 iAy r'wllyfAuthr I The Boy Who Stole

: THE FIRST TV ANTENNA Author! A Million

SIR wACrodSCYTAlatiASEO7DKPEPN5AE4riTYASAOTNORO: \ Maurice Reyna
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: EVER DESIGNED FOR : 7NENtWLSF44lklsefYrlEQ.. \ L Y tl3Y !f t Y y x a Marianne Benet
/>OtRS' SSCftCTFOf Sunday, Monday, Tuesday
:"RSI. / January 22,23, 24
uninterrupted ...... 1 I
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.. . Inherit The Wind
in "
topflight performance I-
4. I.L'I "
1201b. : Spencer Tracy
SALT-WATER AREAS : .sesisA 1 Frederic March

.-...... > Last year nearly 60% of Florida Cattle Gene KellyWednesday

"!' '":\ "'" 'fAA .. '" ' Sold Auction and Thursday
: 25 and 26
January
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.. )-\ . IS Q4ERNNGrf 2o-ANrYEQ!4e''( EVEIllItJ k LKY *"*
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/ll1fW EVERY TUESDAY Story
Curt Jurjens
Herman S. Beebe, Manager Phone RO 2-5521 Victoria Shaw

.: CHANNEL YOU'RE INVITED---- .- OKEECHOBEE, FLORIDA Gla Scala



L/JA: :; MASTER To visit the FERGUSON PLUMBING AND ... .

ELECTRIC Establishment in The Okeecho

bee News Building, North Parrott Avenue

Pt f iW (U. S. 441)). See our Salesroom Displays- d ALL OVER TOWN

Colored Bathroom Fixtures, Electrical Supplies MORE AND MORE -

The World's Most Water Pumps, Hundreds of Items. .. PEOPLE ARE GETTING

'e Powerful TV Antenna We Sell and Install Plumbing, Residentialand , We, 're o THE MESSAGE

Commercial. Prices are low . workis
i

guaranteed. "Looks more expensive than it is. ."

switching I
FERGUSON f ., The low-price turned the trick. ." '
Powerful new RUGGED. -

IZED construction will 1 p to The self-service features will
provide your family with Plumbing & Electric ti save trouble and expense . .''
superb reception for _

years. . and years. .. > RoWoitfter.. Phone ROdeo 6. 595 MercuryMeteor "First low-price car we found that's
and years. really comfortable and"" quiet , ."
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"It's solid as a battleship . ."
CENTRAL ELECTRIC & GAS. .-

Phone RO 2-5561 Okeechobee, Florida ATTENTION CATTLEMEN ,' .' 7/as the nicest,interiors we taw /*
:

l Custom Hay BalingHAY Le c ause e . \q.: "Never believed such a roomy car

could handle so easily ."
FOR SALE

LIVE STOCK HAULING .. "/ expect to tare a lot of money
on upkeep ."

DURRANCE AND SON (
ON CALL i "I tot a far better deal. ."
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I Box 997 ROdeo 2-3152 ..... t
day and nightTo I
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provide insurance specifically .
designed to meet

)our Reels Q Best of Cadillac ServiceFactory
To jivejon prompt service -- e
in the event of an emergency.
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Trained Mechanic and 4 ,!

Original Equipment Parts

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\ HIGHLIGHTS ON THE HOTTEST NEW ENTRY IN THE LOW-PRICE FIELD: ...

7 letr- ervilinr! features including a pre-lubricated chassis that needs.no grease job for
LEONARD BERGERINSURANCE 30,000 miles. Traditional Mercury qualitythe kind you expect in more expensive cars.
I Reed Haughton Motors I II Luxurious new styling_shorter, for easier parking and handling More room for pas
sengers in rear. Wider doors. New super-economy engines (including Mercury's first

AGENCYFIREAUTOCASUALTYBONDS "6") for up to 15%more miles per gallon.
The best deal in town come see today
CADILLAC-PONTIAC DEALERS MCTCHD
I i MERCURY IVIt I tUKOkeechobee
LOW-PRICE CAR
BETTER
THE
Okrtchobee County Bank Building I 621 South 4th Street

Phone RO 2-7441 HO 1.6060 Fort Pierce, Florida II II I Motor Company


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: 896 KILLED ON crashes along Florida highways that time. I val came next with 77; Palm: sons killed per 100 million miles Hera's what POPULAR SCIENCE
r STATE ROADS IN during the first nine months of The counties with no traffic I Beach was third with 71 and of travel .4 tir. j
I960. death between January 1st and with 61 traffic deaths Hlllsbor-)
FIRST 9 MONTHSEight The Florida Highway Patrol September 30th were Franklin. 1 ough was fourth. YEAR-AROUND CROP J( Impartial Experts Say about.
hundred and ninety-six said today these traffic deaths Ollchrist and Lafayette. I The 93,029 wrecks resulted in Squash, produced by Florida
persona died in over 90,000 auto happened In M of the state's 67 Over one-third of the report. 32,828 injured. Fatalities occurred truck farmers the year.-around, OLDSMOB1LE'Sw
counties leaving only three with. ed total lost their lives in four In only one per cent of the Includes such varieties yellow
out a reported traffic death at of the state's more populous total wrecks reported. The mileage crookneck, yellow stralghtneck,
PLANTS sections. Dade led with 96; Du- I death rate stood at 5.6 per-I white, Italian and acorn. -
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, For LandscapingSHRUBS i REWARDyourself -FIaB


t AND HEDGE with the purchase of 'of':.... -- - __ ....... ....:...
PLANTS, ORNAMENTALAND TREES a 125x125: Basswood Home Site Look At This. "0 ...... "" :

Some Tropical and SubTropical N -
{ Florida Fruit Trees, Include 1"It's
that
j:d some Citrus and Papa. I $495.00 a car s

,I4t: ent ya, Palms varieties In ,about also 20 annual.differ $20 down $20 month i \
Flower Plants.Plumosa. 2 miles N. of Okeechobee on Best Buys In South FloridaCOLORED you still like after

Route 98-Stop at Basswood
i Nursery model home for information. :I 1
900-mile and
EDWARD OLSEN This Is a limited time offer. a day. . i

I It. 3257 Bacom Pt. Rd. Open 7 Days A Week DOUBLECOMPARTMENT
PAHOKEE, FLORIDA RO 2-6282 \ there aren't many /

., BATH ROOM SETS SINK
1/, \ cars like that." /

I.i i Complete from the floor up. Includes Includes all trim with mixing faucets, '. ,......
'- 66-inch white wooden cabinet with %. /
.w.
Tub, Toilet, Lavatory, Shower and p - - >
double compartment sink and double [ \
Fittings. drain board. f V
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AH r a 10,000)) -mile! teals '..
YOUR CHOICE OF FIVE COLORS ON DISPLAY AT OUR STORE the authoritative j. ".., ., "
PO."l'I.SnH nC 'ryr
6-man team also stated:

Y Only t' Only "...uncanny ability to keep
f lit f..t on the ground 1a
fr over rough roodi." ,+ r.
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"RicUs beautifully... ,the 1hNUAabI
handle well!" NsW ee
$13295 $13750

ARE YOU PLANNING A TRIP? T


If* always win to prepare for _mrg.ncf.t. ......
what happens In COM you have the.fortune t* b*
In an accident.

You may b. Involved 'Immediately with doctor tie.
pita I and medical bills.There will be reports to Mt out 1
and claims to file. There may be damage to yow oar
and the other car. It may be necessary for yew to posta FERGUSONPLUMBING
bond before continuing your (owrney.

To be on the safe side, many people cheek their Insurance *
over with us before leaving one trip. Tharo
are,many ways in which wo con bo usiM.lftL. .

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Make your own F-85 TEST today I IKf
: YOUR LOCAL AUTHOIIZID OIDSMOM.I QUALITY MAURI'
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"-. GILBERT CHEVROLET CO. INC.RO .
ill Phone ROdeo 6-1595 Okeechobee_ News Bldg. ,
1 2.4231 Okeechobee, Fla.

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SHEETS AND PILLOW 'OASES.:' aP -" - --- : "
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72x108 WHITE PERCALE DOUBLE FITTED BOTTOM w 3 4j'yp "' R
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Reg. ,$2.89 ...." Sale $2.49 COLORED MUSLIN : '
Reg. $2.98 ... Sale $2.57
TWIN FITTED """
BOTTOM WIIITE PERCALE 42x36 PILLOW CASES ;

Reg. $2.89 ...... Sale $2.49 COLORED MUSLIN
FITTED Reg. 59c ..-......... Sale 47c "
TTDOUBLE01WIIITEPERCALE +
BO 72x108 WHITE PERCALE

. Reg. $2.89 .. Sale $2.49 Reg. $3.49 ...... Sale $3.19, ', it.'

81x108 WHITE PERCALE 42x38)U STRIPE PERCALE= ;!:,. .: r & a
Reg. $3.29 ...... Sale $2.79 PILLOW CASE I t '<,i'.> ':"'_'_s'>,1>,"':, ;: '" AJ Q.} ; a R S 1.
Reg. 98c ....-...... Sale I 79c
PILLOW CASE
WHITE PERCALE 72x108 MUSLIN (STRIPE) STANDARD FOAM RUBBER PILLOWS HEAVY DUTY SILICONE IRONING BOARD

Reg. 69c ............ Sale 55c Reg. $298sIIEETS I $2.57 With White Zipper Cover-Regular $3.98 f COVERS-Regular 99c

Reg.81x108$3.69 COLORED., .. Sale PERCALE$3.19 42x36 PILLOW STRIPE CASE MUSLIN NOW $3.29 or 2 for $6.50 2 Per Package --- Now 77c


DOUBLE COLORED FITTED PERCALE BOTTOM R ego 79c ............ Sale 67c ONE GROUP FANCY SOFA PILLOWS DISH CLOTHS AND WASH CLOTHS

Reg. $3.69 .....- Sale $3.19 72x108 COLORED MUSLIN In 14 Decorative 'Colors
BOTTOM SHEETS Reg. 10c Single ___ Now 89c For 1 Doz.

TWIN FITTED Reg. $2.69 ....? Sale $2.47 WHITE SALE PRICE 8 3.
Sale JANUARY
Re g. $3.69 ...... $3.19 HOPE MUSLIN
5399VlIITE MUSLIN 25c
42x38'/j'! PILLOW CASES SHEETS Per Yard80x95 .
-- -- - -------- n.n --
COLORED PERCALE WHITE AND PASTEL OUTING
Reg. 79c ............Sale 69c Reg. $2.29 ._on Sale $1.87 36-inches wide. Regular 35c-NOW YARD 21e WHITE SHEET BLANKETS $1,99
DOUBLE FITTED TOP Regular $2.69-NOW ____
MUSLIN ---- m -- no --- --
81x108 COLORED -
36-INCH PRINTED OR DARK OUTING
MUSLIN SHEET
Reg. $2.89 ...... Sale I $2.57 WIIITE Sale
Reg. $2.69 ... .. $2.47 Regular 35c
TWIN FITTED BOTTOM
COLORED MUSLIN 72x108 COLORED PERCALE NOW 34c or 3 Yards For $1.00
Sale SHEETS
$2.47
Reg. $2.69 ...
Reg. $3.29 ..__. Sale $2.98 TOWELS
DOUBLE FITTED TOP TWIN AND FULL SIZE CHENILLE $3.99
COLORED MUSLIN 63x99 WHITE MUSLIN BEDSPREADS. Regular $5.98-NOW ... ,
Reg. $3.19' ...... Sale $2.67 SHEETS --- BATH TOWELS 99c

81x108 STRIPE PERCALE Reg. 1.98 _._ Sale $1.77 Plastic Mattress Cover. Twin and Full Size $1.99 Regular 69c-NOW 2 FOR .___ ______..____.__ -_

Reg $3.89 ... Sale $3.69 72x108 WIIITE MUSLIN with Zipper. Regular $2.98-NOW .....m_... GUEST TOWELS 99c
SHEETS .... .. .. ..
Regular I 39c-NOW 3 FOR
MATTRESS PAD 39x76 and 54x76 --------- -- --
...... Sale $1.87 $2 99
Reg. $2.29 Values to $3.98-NOW ___ ._ _______.._._______..___. WASH CLOTHS 99c
4yst" TWIN FITTED BOTTOM Regular 19c-NOW 6 FOR n._._ -.--.------ -.
WHITE MUSLIN SHEETS MEN'S WHITE HANDKERCHIEFS 77
c
W.
_' i Reg. $2.29 .._._ Sale $1.87 I Regular 10 for $1.00 NOW 10 FOR. __

4 -e 1 DOUBLE FITTED: BOTrol72x90 ORLON BLANKET, slightly $2 88 DACRON TAILORED CURTAINS, $2.66
'1 WHITE MUSLIN SHEETS' Irregular. Regular $3.98-NOW _._" _' __ 44x81 or 44x90. Reg. $3.98-NOW
Reg. $2.49 ...... Sale $2.17 INFANTS FITTED CRIB SHEETS 79c

........... 81x108 WHITE MUSLIN Regular 98c-NOW .------ ----- -- --
SHEETS BIRDSEYE DIAPERS, First Quality 39
?>-: Reg. $2.49 ....- Sale $2.17 IRONING BOARD PAD AND COVER. 77c 21x40. Reg. $2.79 Doz.-NOW DOZ. -. $2.

.....:: ,r''' TWIN FITTED TOP WHITE Scorch Resistant. Regular 1.00NOW ._..
: ,,,, MUSLIN SHEETS
/ h; Reg. $2.49 ...... Sale $2.17
:;' WHITE MUSLIN -
"rl.'f; 90x108 .

r p:" '. $2.59 SHEET3Reg. ...... Sale $2.27 THE BOSTON STORE

... 42x36 PILLOW CASES
..... _; WHITE MUSLIN
Reg. 55c ..-.........Sale''44ct


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'I", SUPER MARKET FRYERS LB.I 29 {.....:
. EDDIE HARGJAVkS. RbADjO EAST QKEECHOBEE FHONE -4271STOREHORS
w.a I I l i 5A'M T09P.M.I l I ScvenDaysawMk

" FRESH GROUND SWIFT'S SWEET RASHER

Lean BEEF ,. ; 1.39 'Sliced Bacon'1 I Ib pkg 39c

COPELAND'S ALL MEAT SHURFINE TOP QUALITY '

F RAN K 512 oz pkg 39c Mayonnaise Qt. 39c

,. ..- ,':: :. '. -' '.'., ..- . . '. . .....' -- .!!"",' . .. .
,E. SWIFT'S PREMIUM GRAIN FED STEER HEAVY .

Sirloin STEAK LB 89c


SWIFT'S PREMIUM GRAIN FED STEER HEAVY
STAKED-FANCY

SMAXWELL EP;: #; LB: TomatoesSirloin


HOUSE'I START FOR YOUR FREE STAMP PREMIUMS BOOK NOW 2 LBS. 29c

COFFEE ' AT EDDIE'S
CELLO BAG
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THESE PRICES GOOD THRU SATURDAY,JANUARY 21ST
_. "l 'TuriKEy.BE"o'o ,:,'Carrots"BALLARD'S ..:
,0 -.tB;< CAN H1R S 0 N CHICKEN ;: l
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i MEAT DINNERS Each 49c
[ PILLSBUR\" OR 3 CANS

Canned Biscuits 3 cans 23c LLOYD HARRIS FROZEN LARGE:24OZ., 2 FOR 25c

CHUNK STYLE-GY2 OZ. CANS CHERRY PIE Each 59c'RED' YORK

Tuna Star-Kist 3 cans 69(
BIRDSEYE,FROZEN 10-OZ.PACKAGEStrawberries 2 FOR Apples39c

TALL EVAPORATED CAN 2 FOR 49c

Milk Bordens Can lOc
HBBHHBM M BIRDSEYE 6-OZ.CAN FROZEN 2 FOR 31b bag
SELF RISING 5LB.BAG
OR
PLAIN
SHURFINE
Orange Juice 2 FOR 39c
SELECT EXTRA LARGE
FLOUR5LB. GOLDENBananas
23 DIXIE I

BAG ac.k-Eye Peas1ik oz. 35c

SWIFT'S BROOKFIELD-IN QUARTERS .
ROXIE, 2ibS 25
BUTTER 1 LB. 69c
. UHlMHHHI ., Dog Food 3 Cans 25c
SHURFINE CREAM STYLE 2 CANS . .. .
j 1: Yo. .iI';' U.S.NO.1 WHITEPotatoes
CORN or PEAS. 2 cans 29c NEW BUTTERSCOTCH WEIGHT CONTROL..CHOCOLATE 900 CALORIE OR COFFEE DAILY DIET-FLAVOR .

Min Vitine Box or Jar 89c.L'
L/.V
FAD King Size box .
10Lb. 49c
BUY EARLY---A COMPLETE LINE OF TIDE size BOZ 'fl Bag
Large C
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More: BasIc Change Income Individual farm !Incomes ness of farming are !becoming d

Foreseen In FutureOf and standards of living In more widely separated, more
relation to other occupations similar to living and (business/ in
ijJb QDtodtote< News Farming.Economy' will be higher than they .are cities.
Formerly death and taxes were now. More changes foreseen in

examples of certainty. Now \Agriculture lsjt>elng subjectedto farm family living will be 'out- ''''
I change has ''been added to the I more and more political pressure lined In a subsequent discussion.
: list of things bound to happen. and to Increasing govern-

That radical changes have occurred ment controls.. .nr"J'... r.alo ail Tfc* Ok...k-
Volume SO-Number 27 Okeechobee, Florida, Friday, January 20, 1961 lOc Per CopyKNOCKIN' In farming everyone Family living and the busi Hat k... J*traWI.w.. Te 1Nr.'... r..4la. till fla.
agrees. That more are to comeis

I I Luci County records. Folks in also unquestioned. Here are
ments on our residence phone, NAMED
RO 2-1101. Fort Drum can rest assured that KIRK some more transformations seen
1 their cemetery! safe unto pos- by farm economists.The FRAME OR BLOCK HOMES
trend toward merging of
Go(. a chuckle last week when terity in that five acres was dedicated MAN OF YEARIN
rural and
urban
mmunltiei ,
;
we read of a new product being for that purpose by Joel
AROUNDWITH marketed in New York.Seems W and Cynthia Swain to the AGRICULTURE resulting In larger communitiesoften ON YOUR LOT '
with no distinct boundaries
chicken is ground up, encased in Fort Drum Cemetery Associa- ,
tion which will have trustees will .continue. More' people
skin and sold as "bird dogs"Thelma -
BILL PRESLEY maybe that's the appointed in the immediate future Dr William Gordon Kirk,1 will live in but the country than Shell of Completely Finished .
ever before, most of them
The land head of the Cattle Experiment
answer for your worn out hens. was so dedicated Range .
Three cases of Hospital patients And, speaking of hens, Thelma, I that it can never be mortgaged, Station at Ona, is will be nonfarmers.In the "frontierof CBS HOMES
agriculture
we understand that one of your sold, leased: or otherwise Inden- named 1960 Man of the Year in
blood in the
needing past
mind" will to
three weeks have caused us to hens is laying eggs shaped likea tured, unto Infinity.We Service to Florida Agriculture replace the the frontier continue of geograg- Call or Write Us Today '

wonder if the county Red Cross bowling pin. Maybe you're by the Progressive Farmer. The I aphy. New Knowledge, and its
chapter or the director of Civil'Defense taking your Monday nights too leave you with this announcement Is made by Editor I application, will tee the most
shouldn't keep a list of seriously. thought for the week "It Is Alexander Nunn in themagazine's important commodity in tomor No Money Down
things that buy, but issue.
money can January
donors by type on hand so that, row's agricultural world.
if and when an emergency We've said It before, and we good to have money and theIt Serving both Florida and Lat ,
it Is also good to check once in America agriculture, Dr. Kirk The average,value of produc-
again ther up
arises, immediate contact can say are Just too tive farm land 'will continue Low Monthly Payments
be made with a qualified donor. many meetings on Tuesday In a while and make sure that is recognized in his state 'as a I Increase. Productivity of agriculture -
nights to afford good news cov- we haven't lost the things that leader who has helped the cattle i
will continue to increase
erage. For last week money can't buy." industry to make tremendous I
example
See where Lake Lytal, Palm
also. Food A/111 continue to be ,
Beach County Comllssioner. is there were seven meetings on I progress in the past few .
one of the biggest bargains the Ace Home
dead set against a proposal to Tuesday including the City Peat Pots Said Fine years," says the magazine.For consumer can purchase with the Builders Inc.
Council, Civil Air Patrol, Okee- five years before he
share the wealth with regard to For Starting Plants Income from an hour's labor. ,
,
chobee Cattlemen's Association :joined the Cattle Range Experi-
,
other counties surrounding Lake Starting ornamental plants in One of our principal problems, ; Box 383-Phone FR 5-2529
Boy Scouts, Future Farmers, ment Station in 1941 Dr. Kirk
Okeechobee by allotment of aportion pots made of peat show great as It is today, will be living with Bowling Green I
Jay Cee and the Dunklin Rest assistant animal husbandmanwith Florida
of the lake to each promise. Studies show that our abundance. I I
county concerned. Would like to Home Board. These groups are the Agricultural Experi-
plants in peat pots grew faster Agriculture will get a smaller
suggest then, that Palm Beach earnestly requested to appoint a than plants In conventional con ment Station and assistant pro- share of much larger national ....
reporter whose responsibility it fessor with the University of
County provide patrol and fire tainers.
I will be to turn In item Florida's College of Agriculture
boats for the entire lake main a news Faster growth was attributedto ;
taining stations. along the following each meeting. less root restriction. Pots His research work Includes:F I
showing the cattle Indus-
shore to service these boats range
formed from peat allowed plant
Also to provide air and ground I Couldn't help but think of our roots to grow right through the try how to Increase returns
search facilities for the entire recent tax problems In Okee- sides of the pots. Porosity of the from grass pastures by using' Never Before Has
lake area, thus relieving other chobee when we heard from all peat pots also allows excellent combination of native and Improved Washing
counties from the additional tax I Ides in Fort Pierce that taxeson aeration, inducing faster plant grasses; providing'more
burden imposed by maintainingsuch every piece of real propertyIn growth. feed on ranges in the flatwoodsareas
facilities. St. Lucie County Increased of southern Florida, par-
When grown In the organic '
Been This .
from 700 to 1000 per cent in pots, plants need not be remov- ticularly through addition of Simple '
.
For the benefit of thoe who 1060. We've said before and we ed prior to setting In the flowerbed clover to pastures; building up
have heard that we left The say again that we In Okeechobeeare For best results with peat herds by using improved sires;
Okeechobee News this week, let Indeed fortunate that we pots, fill the containers with working out a mineral supplement -
xis clarify the situation by ay- ,, have not subscribed to a 100 I good, loamy soil mixture before for the South Florida I
ing that we will continue to bea per cent assessment proeram as planting seeds. Treat seed to area; and determining feeding MAYTAG
contributor to The News but have many Florida counties. protect against seed-rot anddamping. value of citrus molasses, citrus I NEW
that our own accounting business -ofT. I pulp and whole grapefruit for
will, for the next few Took a side trip to Fort Water heavily the first time- beef cattle. He has also helpedIn f
months, at least, mostof the the research showing the value of
require Pierce Monday for purposeof the extra water Is to wet
our time. We have leased a tracing the Fort Drum Ceme- pot. Also, water the potted plant crossbreeding beef cattle under
building at 409 South Park and\\ tery back to the original dedi- thoroughly before placing It In Florida conditions and that Inheritance
since we do not have an office I cation and found said dedica- the flower bed. Cover the pots is the !biggest factorIn
phone yet, are making appoint tion in old Brevard and St. completely'with soil when you beef tenderness.' *
Dr. Kirk graduated from the
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set them out, or the peat will
act as a wick causing soil to dry University of Saskatchewan, receiving kc
advanced degrees from
out.
JANUARY Iowa State College. He belongs :

I to many professional societies, F : zjPLL
The Central and Southern Including the Agricultural Insti-
Florida Flood Control District tute of Canada; American Association -
now operates 552 miles of canals I for the Advancementof
I
- ': ,FABRIC' SAlE 510 miles of levees and sev, Science and Florida State
I en-major pumpmye* tlon*" >'Cwt Wem.nb-ApeetMs.r-rr" -I .:



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our Annual January Fabric Sale which will start
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One group 69c and 79c: Fabrics ;;'....,..'<'i":./:,-....';"I BRUNING Nothing More .. .Yet Every Fabric


Printed Cottons, drip dry 44c .,,- BRD -TONE is Washed Exactly the Right Way!



VINYL That's right, push the one button level and, if required, the necessary -

NOTION SALE I FLAT that describes your Wash load soaking period. In addition

//J/\W and Maytag takes over to select '
/ special cycles are provided to enable
Thread Pint Twill \
Snaps, Tape FINISHTHE the proper water temperature for

Bias Tape and many other staple notions VINYL PLASTIC *Shows no both wash and rinse, the correct you to rinse or spin dry only]

WALL FINISH THAT'S marks brussorlap wash time, the right agitation when such specialized proceduresand

Regular 15c Items ODORLESS WASHABLE *Easy: 10 spin speeds, the right water are required.
QUICK DRYING! touclMtp_
clean: tool '" ""'j jt.' IIJlllliftI ""' .. _.__J.
Sale Price 2 for 25c You'll love its ease of applkationwith water! '
the soft, velvety beauty it imparts to *Hrush- lint-Filter Automatic Bleach

the interior walls of your home. m I it o! Agitator ,. '-.. Dispenser -
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Works under. .: ''-. ... Just pour IDx
Choose from a variety of.GORGEOUS J&: : water where the ): C bleach, the rest 4 44
One Group regular 59c ((36" to 42") HI-FASHION lint is filtered r /: is automatic;

I COLORS best.Filters during : // ends bleach .
all matched
Printed Cottons 33c per both wash I burn, prevents
yd. fectly to Bru- tone Semi-Gloss and rinse cycles., detergent failure.viitiatMysgmait .
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r Enamel for your woodwork t week
** GtI' .H :f.j_. per .
All Curtain regular 39c to 69c
BRINMS -W/tLY11/I IUI'G

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FOR YOUR OLD FOR YOUR OLD FOR YOUR OLD Mr

I$25UP LIVING ROOM SUITE $ 5 o. BEDROOM SUITE $ 50. DINING ROOM SUITE Fo Mr

..MUST BE .., OR MORE MATCHING PIECES- On the purchase of a New Bedroom Suite priced at MI
,9.9S and more. Must be 3 or more matching pieces Must be 8 or 9 Piece Matching Suite A'He

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5-PC." WARE.RAT.TAN): .GROUP ... s-_.. ". ._.....3J C.fJUNCij..PRO.Yl; CIAL BEDROOM !-r-c..STANLEY. DINING-ROOM SUITE I --. .Or.
tfrey: Floral Pattern over 2 strand Rattan Includes: Sofabe3, Beautiful Bisque Ivory finish trimmed in gold. Has framed mirBeautiful Buckskin Mahogany finish. Suite Includes: Extension _
matihin arm cuair, cocktail table and 2 step end tables ror. Suite Includes: 6-Drawer double dresser with mirror, 5- table and 5 side chairs, plus 1 arm chair. Small modern China
Regular $249 95 drawer roomy chest. Full size panel bed. Hutch.

$288.00 Price Regular $219,95 $209.653PC.

3PC.WARE SOFABED GROUP 268.00" '

Combination Nylon and Plastic in coral and white. Includes: MODERN WALNUT DINING ROOM
Sofabed, matching arm chair and swivel chair 3PC. HEATHER TONE BEDROOM SUITE
pressure plastic top surfaces. Group includes: Extension
Regular $169.95 table and 4 chairs. Large modern buffet hutch with 3 drawers.
Includes: Extra large 9-drawer triple dresser with tilt-mirror.
$199.95 Full size Bookcase Bed with slide panels. Extra wide 5-drawer Compare $189.95High

at $249.95 _
2-PC. WARE SOFABED SUITE Regularchest Price ----- - m' .n. h
Black and Unite Combination. Includes Sofabed and matching $159.953PC.
arm chair $199.95-As( Is) 7PC. WROUGHT IRON DINETTE
Regular 179.95 Black frame with sparkle white and gold plastic top. Extension
$129 I .95 table, 6 padded matching seat and back chairs.
Value -- .. _h ..- _'m. u_". - 3PC. GREY WALNUT BEDROOM .
Regular $79.95
2PC. FOX DANISH MODERN SETTEE Includes: large double dresser, 4-drawer $99 95 Price $99.95

AND MATCHING CHAIR chest and Bookcase Bed . . -----------------------------S
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7PC. CHROME DINETTE
Reversible Foam Rubber Cushions, hand rubbed; sturdy Walnut
frame. Grey and Ivory plastic top extension table and 6 padded seat
GREY TRIPLE DRESSER BEDROOM and back chairs with silver piping.Regular .

$199.95 on Uu n_ n.._._.._ I0"."0 Dresser has 9-Drawers with tilt 'mirror. 5-Drawer chest, Full- $79.95
Size Bookcase Bed '

ODD WARESOFABED Regular $139.95

:Modern narrow arm. Attractive tan tapestry cover Price 159.95 __._ :____ .nh __ on 5PC. GREY DINETTE I
Regular 95 Extension table with 4 contrasting plastic covered chairs and
V1 $99.9 5. modern sturdy legs.
3-PC. CHARCOAL BEDROOM SUITE
.. Regular I
y 4PC. MODERN SECTIONAL Includes: Large double dresser, 4-drawer chest 4/6 Bookcase .. $49,95
Bed. chrome hardware. $59.95 won _m___. __._noh.. _.___ .. C"x
Reversible foam cushions. Modern Poh.shed
channel back. Choose from i 0
Sage, Green, Ebony.Black, Coffee Brown Regular Price '$159.95 3PC. APARTMENT SIZE DINETTE

rRegular $199.95 188.00As Is) __ Includes Table and
2 chairs
E - --- .n. : Birch or walnut table top; "
w $219.95 .
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4PC. WALNUT BROWN SECTIONAL 3PC. BLONDE WALNUT BEDROOM $24.88 ro:

g Has built-in corner table in center section. Reversible foam Includes DINETTE' 2:
Spacious single dresser 9-PC. JUMBO SIZE
cushions, low, wide arms. Heavy, long wearing Knobby Weave with.S89 -
fabric.Regular mirror 4-drawer chest Bookcase Includes chairs.. n
-- : Extra large table and 8 Chrome or Bronze rrt
$249.95 $229.95 frames in Beige or Red. en

Value .. 3-PC. MODERN DANISH BEDROOM Regular $89.95

Choose from Z' finishes: Grey or Walnut. Modern styling and de Price $99.95 -- -. --
MISCELLANEOUS sign, Neva-Mar plastic tops. Includes: Large double dresser with
ITEMS tilt mirror, 4-drawer Chest and full size Bookcase Bed.
Compare SPECIAL CHAIR BARGAINS
ONE $139.95
SPECIAL GROUP OF
at $179.95 m' ..-- ...-....-- ..- - .- ,
FLOOR LAMPS $5.00 to $13.95
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Regular $1195 Wrought Iron
Room divider, cylinder and others. Values to $1995
Plastic Covered Rockers $9.95
PLASTIC TOP ROOM CHARMERS $9.95 This is only a partial listing of the many Regular $59.95 Berkliner
Choose from Blue Tangerine or Black. Regular $19.95

ONE SPECIAL GROUP values we are featuring Plastic Recliners __ ..no ---.--. ----.w..h.'__. ___... $49.95
TABLE LAMPS $4.95 to $12.95 --- Regular Pillow$59.95: back. Cloth backed supported plastic easy to clean

Beautiful ceramic bases with spun glass and parchment OVER 40 siioiis SERVING PtORIDAI _
shades. Values to $14 95. $1.00 down delivers any pair. Swivel Rockers .
------.n._......_ Only $39.95
Room Decorator CURIO CABINETS $12.88 to $24.88 Knobby Weave Tapestry Covers. RED ONLY.
Regular $75.00 Two-Tone Breathable Plastic
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:Modern or Provincial design Choose from mahogany, whit
or gold. $100 Down Delivers Your Choice. Recliner Chair _ __. ... __ __
..___..____ ....... $49.95
SALE OF DESKS, Now Priced $24.95 to $59.95 YDUq Beige and Brown Combinations ,

'Choose from Limed Oak. Mahogany or Walnut. Free Desk paiCES ODOQ Smart Danish Walnut
Lamp with any desk priced, $2495 and up. Arm Chairs ..-.-... --.- ...? $29.95
Home Owned and Home Operated by Reversible foam cushions. Sturdy walnut frame Colors: Blue
SALE OF UNFINISHED CHESTS ALFRED L. MEARES, JR. 'l'auerlne"Black. Compare at 3995.
All smoothly sanded and ready to paint. OPEN FRIDAY AND SATURDAY
NIGHT UNTIL 7:00 P. M. ONE COMPLETE GROUP OF
Drawer $19.95 5-Drawer $22.95 PLENTY OF FREE PARKING SPACE Living Room Chairs $19.95 to $24.95
$100 Down Delivers Your Choice 512 W. N. PARK STREET OKEECHOBEE, FLORIDA Wing type, swivel, tub. Early American. Values to $3993:
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JANUARY 20, 1961
THEPAGE OKEBCHOBEE, ',FLORIDA, NEWB-TOB' : DAIRY CAPITAL or FLORIDA FRIDAY,

TWOShower ,
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Young Women's 'I Morning Coffee Break dalla, Ga., is here visiting her ternoon callers of Mrs. Robert Mothball Hook.

4 Circle Meets I Monday morning, the home of daughter, Mrs. Merle Bartlett. Delaney and children. at The moths will toe behind tha
visited
will remain until Mrs. T. C. Doonan
Women's Circle.of Mrs. Earnest Hudson was the Mrs.McDermid eight ,ball If you use this mothball
The Young Gracevllle, Florida, a few days
Methodist Church met at scene of a mid-morning get-to early spring. trick.: Bend a pin to form a.
the Ernest Hunt and Mrs. last week..
the home of Mrs. Carolyn Bel- gether of friends. Hostess with Mrs. visited in Fort hook, heat the pin head and
l lamy on Jan. 9 at 7:30: p.m.. An, Mrs. Hudson was Mrs. Rowena Lewis Dreese Wednesday of last insert into a moth ball. When
Inspirational program and devotional Parkerson. Coffee and cake were Meade on Hunt's daughter Move To GeorgiaMr. cool, it will be cemented Into
Held Mrs.
Bridge Party served. Present Mrs. Bobby week with
Honors I was given by Mrs. Win- were White. place. Hook the moth ball Into
HomeMrs. Sue Fowler, Mrs. Juanita Dur- Mrs. Jimmy and Mrs. Jimmy Hammond
YeildingMrs. At Minehan ona Humphries and Mrs. Caro- Cain and children clothing or attach to furniture
Mrs. Earl
rance, Mrs. Rita Rucks, Mrs. Mrs. formerly of Okeechobee,
entertained title of the
R. Mlnehan The .
J. Bellamy.
brideof
lyn Mrs.T. storage.
Bennett Tending, visiting for
: and Pam, are
The Merle Hendry, Mrs. Elizabeth Terry moved to Georgia Jan. 5 where
Saturday "Thoughts For
the holiday season, was honored at a bridge party the Fort program was" Doonan, Mrs. Patricia Cain and C. Doonan, Mrs ain's mother they will make their home. Mr.
Jan. 5 at her home on New Year. After the program the
mIscellaneous

recently with a will remain through .
Mrs. 'Sandy Watford. and Hammond will be associated
turned to the I
of the Pierce Road. the discussion was which time Mr.
at the annex at
end,
shower church. Hostesses for The home was tastefully decor-" project of the Real Life Children's I week will arrive to drive home with his father In the construc- CYPRESS
Mehodlst Cain
J. H. ated In pastel shaggy mums and Ranch and what could PersonalMention I tion business there. Mrs. Hammond
the occasion were Mrs. Four tables of bridge be done to help them In the com with them. is the former Sandra Harden '
Hamrick, gladioli. I Mrs. Jerald Burk, Ann '
MoCranle, Mrs. Harvey Mr. and Okeechobee and is the GARDENS
with the prizes going A decision was reached of
Eugenia Bowden, Mrs. J. F, were at play ing year. Rodgers and Betty McLaughlin ; '
Mrs. take daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Hubert
Ida Clemons, Mrs. the circle would
Mrs. that
and Mrs. Curtis Wood-. to i the day Sunday In Lake edM dd dnvf d&er
Louthan, placer spent Harden, owners of Sandra
Johns and the bingo prize going as a project favors to be sightseeing at Bok Tower, .
Wales / 41lp
all.The centered with to Mrs. Annie Raulerson. For refreshments -I on the trays at the hospital or Miss Peggy Pearce, daughterof Masterpiece and oth- Dress Shop ,
tables were the Great
salad was served holidays and special occasions. Mr. and Mrs. Forre arrangements of lavendar and with coffee. When the discussion was over visited In Fairfield, N. C. dur- er views of Interest. and Mrs. .
white chrysanthemums. The Enjoying the afternoon were I refreshments were served by thhostesses ing the Christmas holidays. Re-' Mrs. George Spann Donald ,
bride's book ws kept by Mrs. Mesdames Johnny Edwards, I consisting of a frozen turning with her was her grandmother Ted Spann and son Patrick Air COVERMORE
Leon Vending, who was assistedby Faith .Meserve,' Ruth Roe, Val lemondesert, with spiced tea Mrs. Ray Roebuck of spent Friday at
Mrs. R. Cocoa.
the bride's mother Fairfield. She returned to North Force Base
next
the
Meserve, Dolly Markham, Ida and coffee. Hostess for and Mrs. Wilbert S. Smithof
M. Faglle. Clemmons, R. L. Brown, Mar meeting will be Mrs. Paul Helsel Carolina on Jan. 17. Mr. Sunday af-
sending gifts Fort Pierce were
Attending or garet Robbins, Annie Raulersonand Attending the meeting were: Mrs. H. C .McDermld of VI-
Miss Jo
McNelll
D. B. ,
were Mrs. Sarah Hamrick. Out of town Mrs. Sandy Watford, Mrs Merle _
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Jenkins,
Annette
Parrish, Mrs. Parker-
Mrs Johns motherof Mrs, Rowena
Hendry
guest was
'Mrs. S. R. Ralfsnlder, grandmother ,. ISHING
Watford. Mrs JEWELERS
of the bride, Mrs. Sam Mrs. R. L. Brown. SOl), Mrs.Hudson Ruth, Mrs. Wlnona OKEECHOBEE ; '
Peggy
Nicholson, Mrs.Dreese H., A.Mrs.Proctor Frank, Dinner Party'At Humphries, Mrs. Janice Gail China SPOTS
Mrs. Lewis bralth, Mrs. Opal Wolff and. Fine
Platt Mrs. Paul Helsel, Mrs. Mrs Lewis Dresses'Mrs. I Mrs. Margaret Johnston. lae
Rennie Lee Kilpatrick, Mrs. Lewis Dreese and Mrs. ,
kaY .
Mildred Proctor, Mrs. Kate Blanche Hunt entertained at a ,I --Men'sClub Mk1 and \ .
Methodist
Paige, Mrs. Margaret Rucks, dinner party In the home of the r'c :
Mrs. Omar Hunt, Mrs. Mary Lee I former on Thursday,night, Jan. I Meets .
Christopher, Mrs. Rahl Wilkin 5. The table was set for 12 with 'The men's club of the Meth- f '
son. Mrs. Vernon Reeves, Mrs.i a lovely center piece adorning I odist church met Monday night) / Casual China
H. J. Kerby, Mrs. Zibe Williams,' the table. The home was beautifully at 7:00: o'clock when 36 men enJoyed -
Miss LaFaye Faglle, I decorated with sprays of ii a chicken barbecue sup-
Mrs. Ethel Talley Mrs. Frank white poinsettias and palm fans per which was prepared by the
Havely, Mrs. Frankle Montgomery After the dinner, the group retired men. After the meal, the Rev..
Mrs., J. R. Mlnehan, Sr., to the living room where I Ragsdale gave a report on the
Mrs. Corinne Cassel, Mfs. Joe I they talked and listened to new church being established at

Galbraith, Mrs. Horace watford'i piano music. Indiantown.The .
Mrs. Clayton White, Present were: Mr. and Mrs,I temporary pastor of the with a fast-moving : .
Frish. Mrs. J. H. Parkerson, Mrs., Sam Nicholson Mr. and Mrs. Indiantown church was introduced Fostoria Crystal'' andGlassware "
Pat Gaughan,Mrs. Basil Harvey, Ray Stiles, Mrs. W. C. Moffitt, : and gave a talk on the Sea-Horse 1O
Mrs. Johnny'fielchert, Mrs. Ann Mr. and Mrs. Jack Wolff, Mr establishment of the new
Getchell, Mrs. Cliff Boyles, Miss and Mrs. Joe Wolff,Mr. and Mrs I' church. The devotional was given -
R. A. Hayes.; Mrs. H. L. Elledge, Dreese, and Mr. and.Mrs. Hunt by Donald Mack. A projectfor Plenty of speed to get you there and bring you back-
Mrs. Jim Wiles, Mrs. Bob Alderman the year was Introduced and All Patterns yet amazingly quiet and slow.trolling. Four hour cruis-
Mrs. Pete Clemons, Mrs. i School 'adopted, to help furnish hymnals -
Sunday Supper
Jesse Watford, Mrs. Rob Me- and record books for the new ing range. Two other popular fishing size motors available

serve, Mrs. Imogene Rucks, Held On ThursdayMrs. church. The next meeting will : 5'/i' hp and 3 hp.

Mrs. J. R. Mlnehan, Jr., Mrs. Lois Harden entertainedat be held on February the 20th. ,. -- .
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the 13 old "'- "
Jake Reichert, Mrs. Annie a supper for year '
Hancock, Mrs. Glen Davis, Miss Sunday School group of the Garden Club To SATISFACTORY WATCH AND SEE
Olenelen Davis, Mrs. Carl Dur- First Baptist Church, at her JEWELRY REPAIRING
rance, Mrs. William Mobley, home on the Brighton Road Meet On SaturdayThe
MrS. Allen Markham, Mrs. Fred last Thursday night from 6 until Garden Club will meet OKEECHOBEE JEWELERS ?f GILBERT'SJUST
Humphreys, Mrs. Emma Single- 9. delicious spaghetti supper Saturday afternoon at 1 o'clockat
j
tary, Miss Alice Bass,'Mrs. Don- was served on a beautlfull I the home of fMrs. Walter
ald Mack Mrs. Lucille Walker, decorated table. After dinner Phillips at Bluefleld Ranch.
Mrs. James Stratton, Mrs. Lola the young ladles enjoyed talkIng Luncheon will be served and all I
Fortner, Mrs. Osie ''Raulerson and discussed a name for members are asked to contact
Mrs. Bruce the group. Mrs..Annie Raulerson, cohostess
Mrs. Martha Conely
Mrs. Attending were Misses Diane ,,If unable to attend. Speaker -
Mills, Mrs. R. L. Browns
Arthur Raulerson, Mils.! Frank Walker, Marlene Terry, Martha for the meeting will tie Mrs. 1\ \\.1
Reeves, Mrs. D. R. Watford, Miss I Sue Conley, Linda Godwin. Pamela Henry S. Pennock, district dir I ARRIVED
Ann Watford, Mrs. M. 'C. Pitts, Damcn, Phillis Faglle and ector. All members are urged to .

.-.....__.-Sr., and Mr. M. C. PltU. Jr. LeNelve Wilcox. Und.


i 9tb j3a2of/ flndiantown I HUNDREDS AND HUNDREDS OF YARDS OF DRESS GOODS I II




INDIANTOWN', FLORIDA I Fancy Patterns and ColorsBroadcloth69c



' STATEMENT OF CONDITION value.49c\ yard :

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RESOURCESLoans Loads of Colors .

and Discounts ............'__.___..............--......___........$ 118,506.40 .

United States Bonds ._ ... ___.........____.....,..-...-.-..-... 868,254,00 I
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Cash and Due from Banks .._.__............................____.... .128,700.45Banking Percale Prints 49c value 3 yArds 1 1.00

House .___..........__n.-.._________._......._...:...:............ 58,280.90Furriitul'e ,

and Fixtures ...h.______.................::.._._.:.......... 15,231.97

Other Resources .?__.._____.___.._.._...............__.__.'................ 1,679.91 CLOSE OUTS- '


TOTAL ....._00_ __...........:.........___.........:.....:...._..._1190653.63


LIABILITIES .' Boys Short and Long Sleeve Shirts


Deposits ._.0............. ._....................________...... _____....:_._ $1,014,188.15

Other Liabilities ...._______....................__....:.......... .. 312.70

Capital Stock ___............._______________............._..___......... 125,000.00

Surplus"and Undivided Profits _.._____...........:............ 51,152.78TOTAL BELOW COST!


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OFFICERS, DIRECTORS PIERRE Monreve L.Ranch BAILLY "" Stretch Socks 49c value 3 prs 1.00


YVONNE R. FAMEL
YVONNE R. FAMEL
Chairman of the Board Investments

JAMES Vlc.-Presldent J. FLEMING Friday and Saturday ONLY
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JOHN S. FOX
PresidentSTANLEY DRAPES
KNOWLTON 98c PLASTIC

i ROBERT 5[. POST 'Tr DeMarcelrus and Knowlton

VIcePresldentJAMES ROBERT M. POST '
Dlrecter-lndlantown Co., Inc,
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J. FLEMING THOMAS Attorney-at-Law II. TIIURLOW + + 79c + +


Cashier., 1 .. G. C. TROUP


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. PAGE FOUR THE!: OKEBCHOBKB FtOHmA NEW8-THB DAIRY CAPITA OP FLORIDA FRIDAY, JANUARY 20. 1961 .
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LEGAL NOTICES SUPER.RIGHT FINE QUALITY GRAIN FED HEAVY \
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IN TWW CIHCtll: COURT IV
AND FOB OKKEC1I O H H KtotXTY.

MA fiT 1'1(IIANfKHY lanD., MOHIUAIN NO-.-. Western Beef Chuck Sale !

,1"UlnllirCURTIS
'v.
{ PINK'AKD, r'y PRE-TRIMMED CHUCK '
Defendant '",
: .NOTHt. TO APPEAR
TO: Cl KITS IINKARO
Ho]* 398)1nrt1ord, )Michigan c
Von are bereby noiiflfd that a suit
for dlvuro him been entered againstl I ROAST LB, 49
,. you In the Circuit Court In and for
OkfA-liol Count 'Iorlda, by
MARY IMSKJAnD, and Jon are :::}::}::}:;::::;::t:{;:::::;::?ryy: ::::}:;::}::;;:::Y'AV1y::: :: ; ;:::::::i;:}:;::;:;::::!:AV::::;}::;::,;
hereby required Id appear and ale f'II', ij ijji
your Answer or other pleudtnc I1bt
,Clnult, Court, of Okecchobee ji:: Special! .::..:.:
Count lot-Ida on or b fore' the "
18th .b y of Fcbrunrj, 1X1, and. :ii!! 4 j ,,1 J: PRE-TRIMMED CHUCK
nerve a copy' of the Hume upon O C
Durxn, I'.O. Box (95, Ok..cbobee. q m
Florida,,Attorney for Plaintiff, Miry :::: f: i1k! "f'1 .(. ::::
MnVardHertln fill not or Decree Pro (i t: ;j t1ll'L!! r;; ir1 c
Conftimo will be entered atcalnnt you h "! [ ';;>' .' ::::
In ji-f.UK ruun for the roJIef prayedfor i::: ii'}i: ''jp 1 /:> ? STEAK LB 55 .
in the Hill of Complaint it !
Iand ORDERED at OkrerhoW f! JANE. PARKER ri
f Florida, this the 11th day of
.Jnriuarv. 19 1HA1NE3, !:i:1: GOLD or MARBr' i:
1. WILLIAMS f i ii'lPounGi
Clerk: Circuit Court
(Seal)
BY'iN-puty,GLORIA Clerk.FORD' '' ij Boneless Rolled Boneless Shoulder

FTiblmh) Jun, 13, 20, 271 Feb. 3, 1J&1 Clod Roast or
The Okroclioboo N wn. k. 'CHUCK ROAST
t.::; Cake fJ' YOUR C SWISSSTEAK I

NOTICE. .1:11;.:... .:
fades tlrtltloui Name-Law ::i'::: :::: Lean and DicedBONELESS
NOTICi l I. hereby given that tbeUnclanllt'n. r CHOICE 69
I tf 1iiii
", pursuant to the ''Flclltlout iP't STEW
Name Statute", : .
House Dill :
117Chapter 20953 Law of Florida, i1!; I fi Your

2 1941 7(0,;and ISn,House.anunaing86309(3)Bill 1102: .(Chapter, will k:i t 1 t1 Extra Lean, Freshly LB Choice 79 C
register with the Clerk of the Clr.
cult iuurt In and for Okeechobee fL ......... ,, .. ...... z.-Jj. CHUCK' LB.
Court,. .Horlda upon receipt of :::*:::::::: ::::;:; .w. ,.;.,..;;;.;::;::::::: :; GROUND
proof ef the publication of this note
the flrtltluui name, to.wlt: Benbo Pure Pork, Hickory Smoked
OKEECIlOBIDEATLANTIC A&P-IN CELLO BAG
SERVICE SAUSAGE lb. 59c
under which we expect to engageIn .
bu lne.s at Parrott Ave, and Sevmu FRESHROASTED
..Secret! In the City" of Okeeecbobe Swanson Frozen All Varities TV .
County of-Okeechobee. FlorIda .
That. the partlea Interested In. said 't DINNERS I ea. 59c
bulne enterprise aret PEANUTS LB 39c
C T. LIOHTSETLhLANp LKJHTSFTNOKHIS ; .. Allgood I Brand

Dated:.at Okvechobre:,. NIX. Okeccbobee GOLDEN RIPE A' Y M' "I SLI. BACON 1 Ib1 pkg. 45c
County Florida this the 27b.day of
December, 1980By .

Publish I Dec NORRIS 30, I960 NIX; and BANANAS LB/HC RED RIPETOMATOES FR KSAI1ibh: t'99c

The?. January'Okeeihobee<, 13.News to,. 19(1 : a
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ll RED CRISP IN 'CELLORADISHES
. jo' Plumrose Danish Canned .

l 2 '15! : 9c2 fib or 29c C l NmLE."


PAINT bag Carton .

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10c 1 SALE !


MASONRY 3 LB. $299
Tomato Rama ANN PAGE SAL 1D ANN PAGE
MUSTARD 6 oz. jar RED BEANS. 1 Ib. can CAN

\ SULTANA BRAND SULTANA BRAND ,
TOMATO SAUCE 15-oz. can 2 for 35c Buckeye PEAS 1 Ib. ca Pork & Beans .. 1 Ib can

ANN PAGE IMITATION: I0\\ BRAND 3 Ib. Can Bake Rite
TOMATO CATSUP 14 bot. 23c
EASY oz VANILLA ...3 oz. bot. LIMA BEANS 1 Ib. can .

TOMATO PASTE 6 oz. can 2 for 25c ANN PAGE REG. OR, THIN ANN. PAGE PREPARED SHORTENING 59c
'SPAGHETTI 8 oz pkg. SPAGHETTI 8 oz. can

STEWED TOMATOES 15 oz can 21c ANN'PAGE .ANN P\GE ELBOW & REG.
Coral Llquld-22 bottle
r. Kidney BEANS 1 Ib can MACARONI 8 oz p k g. oz.
w ITALIAN STYLE Detergent t t 2 f for 49cTOMATOES

15 oz. can ............. 21c
'YOUR C
MAXWELL HOUSEd

1 CHOICE

::1.. COFFEE11b.

x USE MOORE'SSTUCCOGARD ONLY

65c
can - -

Super-Right Brand-12-oz. can SPECIAL!
2 Ib. can - - $1.29

. yAap CHOCOLATE Lunch Meat 35c Regular or Drip

.. A LAR\ LYNN PKG. OF 12
If FLAVORED DRINK
.- aRc Quick hot drink with the mi.'I. 8-1 LB. CANS VAN CAMP SPECIAL! MARSHMALLOW PIES '0 39c
I r Itrpl ri< In It! Just add hot water. 125 FT ROLL
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MASONRY IAgdI Daiicious and nutritious! Noi
ter
I 4hh INrtO r1Yfd '' thrifticr than evert Enjoy You pay Itt Pork & Beans 1 0'0 CUT.RITE WAX PAPER 27c
lo KFEBLEUS: : LEMON, CARAMEL or
I ;. CHOC. ,CHIP COOKIES 37c

f't; /7 ,,i7 A & Es: OWN-6-. Jar BIG SPECIAL! JIM DANDY

IT':) HOT CHOCOLATr. TIMEI GRITS0 2-24 oz, pkg 25c

I .. ..' ( LR O\r>5c iF DEAL
.. ... DIXIE[ REFILL-9-oz. Instant Coffee J9c TEA 48's 43c
Tor: o't masonry., COLD CUPS pkg 014045c
outside and In .
Mt Cl.r.rlANhe a oc
Beauliullow! sheen '' ? ; ; :'
finish .. lOc off Reg Price Deal Heinz Regular Size Bath Size. I 1 ( .
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I KETCHUP.ZEST. I SOAP I CAMAY SOAP ,. ','
Wonderful, JOHNSON GLADE I ; baa 1.; .
. non.fading colors I 4 scents, 69e: 14 oz. bot. 2Sc 2 bars 29c 2
, .' i Dries In minutes : 'South Park St. Okeechobee, Fla.


Benjamin 1l Detergent Regular Size Large Size Liquid Detergent Liquid Detergent
Bath Size '
!Moore pains ZEST SOAP Dreft 5c off Deal I CAMAY SOAP I IVORY SOAP I IVORY JOY
King Size 97c 12 oz. bot. 39c
I BU GESS SUPPLY CO. 2 bars .n___' ._n 39c Giant Pkg. 76c 3 bars 29c 5c off Deal 42c

Okeechobee, Fla
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