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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 27, 1961
Publication Date: -1992
Frequency: triweekly[<1989>-1992]
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Okeechobee -- Okeechobee
Coordinates: 27.241667 x -80.833056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 82, no. 91 (Sept. 13, 1992).
General Note: "The voice of the Everglades."
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 6, no. 24 (Jan. 8, 1926).
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SPOTSBy The Okeechobee l > ews'Volume \



LAMONTE H. MOORE


It'. not until you have a major 50-Number 28 Okeechobee, Florida Friday, January 27, 1961 10c Per Copy

catastrophe that you find out

bow many friends you have. While

the Tuesday night Okeechobee TheNewl961

News fire was still raging we had

been offered and accepted temporary FIRE DESTROYS

quarters for our newspaper,,

lad been offered a loan of $15,000 Dime MarchNew

cash and numerous other smaller

cash loans. The nex tmornlng we

had offers from 15 newspapersand

printing plants to use their as1" because it no longer identified ant program of medical research., NEWS BUILDING

facilities to print our newspaper: with polio alone in 1961 In the late summer of I960, the
We the Fort Pirece Federal
accepted the new March of Dimes continues Government announced
News Tribune nad this paper was that it had found the new oral live
its attack to prevent crippling
printed there. Several people virus vaccine developed by Dr.
stopped by The News business office diseases Birth defects, Arthritis Albert B. Sabin under grants from

in the Moore living room to .. and Polio. Together they affect the National Foundation with

pay bills. 'Incidentally, the editorial millions and the cost is high,, March of Dimes to be "Suitablefor i Blaze EndangersNearby

office and owner's office high in medical care and in time use in the United States",

also was set up in the Moore lIv. and productivity losses. No one Thus did the American people,, .Hd

ing room.' Our mother, who Is can estimate the price victims through their contributions to the _
\
past 80 years of age, acted as coordinator pay in pain, loneliness and de March of Dimes, make possible tr N "1Mls Oil Tanks
hostess general spair.
office another forward stride In the long
flunkey and cook and she serveda Mr. and Mrs. Salter Watford This year the accent is on med fight to prevent paralytic polio
buffet dinner at noon to a dozen have announced the engagementof ical research. This is
the real undetermined Chief
The first great stride was the A raging fire of Fire Olen: Godwin and
News workers. Beans and all their daughter, Sharon Lee, to hope for a solution to these drip Salk killed-virus vaccine, releasedto origin completely] destroyed The the Okeechobee Volunteer Department *

the trimmings. Of course all the Thomas William Gaughon, son of piers. Medical research offers; the world In 1955 and since injected Okeechobee News building Tues of 17 men, along with many
advertising copy burned up, but Mr. and Mrs. Pat Gaughon of Indianapolis even more a longer life
span into more than 100,000,000 day evening and along with itt1 of\ T citizens, worked feverishly
the advertisers, as everyone else Indiana, and Okeecho and better health standards for Americans. Big Lake Press, Ferguson to control the flames to keep them

here, were kind, courteous and bee. Miss Watford is a senioor at its enjoyment.In The Sabin oral vaccine will help Plumbing Co. and the belongingsof from spreading to Pure gasoline

helpful and drew up new copy or Okeechobee High School and Mr. the past the search for finish the task of preventing Mrs. Janie Pilcher who livedIn storage tanks on the south and

told us to use our own Judgment, Gaughon is employed by McAr- knowledge of the polio viruses polio that paralytic an apartment in the rear of Southern Oil Co. tanks on the
the
was begun by .
which is admittedly bad followinga thur Dairies, Inc. turned up many new discoveries Salk the building. The apartment also north ot the building. Because ot
Injected vaccine. Many millions
$150,000 loss. The subscribersare Wedding plans are at presentnot new leads and new techniquesthat of dollars of March of Dimes I. was destroyed.The their outstanding work, the fire.
helpful, too. While only one, complete. Details will be an aided all research. What men were able to confine the fire
funds went for the fire discovered shortly
developmentof was
1>trs. QuiUie HazeUlef. came In to nounced at a later date. medical scientists, supported by to The News building, Godwin
the Salk and before and
Sabin vaccines 6 p. m. Lamonte H.
subscribe, many assured us they T New March of Dimes Funds,
Grants to Dr. Sabin alone, affiliated Moore, owner of The Okeechobee said.An
would send in their subscription found in their laboratories had a ironical point in the whole
with the University of Cincinnati News and tho building, was notified
money In this time of need. There fruitful bearing on a whole spectrum t experience was the fact that the
totaled $1,500,000. at five minutes of six by
were many Interesting and unusual 19 Cates in of diseases cancer; the state fire marshal is In Okeecho
Ralph Damon, News foreman, that
In. In tho winter of 196061, thereIs
sidelights to the fire. For many critical genetic diseases bee conducting a five day schoolfor
stance, the missus woke us up In measles small-pox and the com ] only the Salk vaccine available the building was afire. Rushingto the firemen, who gained first.

the middle of the night and wailed Co. CourtThe mon cold. to protect against paralysis. It is the scene the pair found flames hand experience in fighting fire
coming through the roof and the
"do you realize that all our fish. The American public has a vital a very good vaccine. A Salk shot Tuesday night. The fire marshal
fire spread so quickly that by
Ins gear burned up". Ralph lost stake in medical research. Interest series begun in the winter will is conducting an investigation.
6'15 th roof had fallen in. The
:
his false teeth, and Shirley, Con County Court was held on In its progress runs high. The give a measure of protection be. fire was believed to be the big Although all The OkeerhobeQ

sq nie Sylvia and Eloise are sad be January 2J with Judge G. E. Bry saying that an ounce of preventoin fore the 1961 polio season. gest conflagration on record in News equipment, material, stock,

-. ,( cause the coffee pot and all the ant presiding. A total of 19 cases is worth more than a pound of Announcement that the new Okeechobee county. office supplies, furniture and records -

coffee break parapernalla including were heard this week with the us cure doesn't tell the whole story vaccine is good does not mean I 'vere lost, the firm will continue
the week's donations of ual majority being for speeding. The prevention Is also much that the Salk vaccine will soon be Moore said that' l his estimatedloss occupying space In the rear'

cash from each employee for the Gloria Martinez Mandel, speeding cheaper to buy. In health It is outmoded. U. S. Surgeon General I was around $150,000 and that of the McClellan building untila

doughnuts burned up. But there $35 bond forfeited. cheaper by uncounted billions of L. E. Burney said that the live he was only partiallly Insured. new building can be erected.

are bright lights in the picture Joseph C. Cappetta, speeding dollars. virus vaccine will not replace the The frame building, which was Moore probably will go to Atlanta

The Okeechobee News will rebuild $35 bond forfeited. Just how great the dollar-and- Salk vaccine. There is need for .s formerly a skating rink, built by this weekend to acquire new

en the same site. We'll have new Bobby Lee Fields, speeding, $33 cents savings is from a single dis both and they will complementeach e w C. H. Parkerson and operated as equloment. "Everything possible
brand new building rink for several will be bought locally," he said.
equipment, a bond forfeited. ease preventative-to say nothingof other. a years was pur-

but the same old staff. James Allen Wilbur, speeding, the protection of human life March of Dimes funds are still cnased by Moore about four years "and a local contractor will be

$35 bond forfeited, and health-Is vividly brought out supporting research on the Sabine CommissionersHold ago and since that time has undergone employed to construct the new

James Walter Hill, using profanity in the history of the March of vaccine. Research which seeks extensive remodeling.HASSLE. building."

We need some back copies of $25 or 10 days Dimes-supported vaccnie which more details on dosage, spacingand

The News and will greatly appreciate James Edward Dcloach reckless prevents paralytic polio. possible combinations of the Unexciting

it if anyone having copiesof driving, $35 bond forfeited, The vaccine came into publicuse two vaccines.A SPICESCITY
Jan. 8 and before bring themto five and a half years ago. At New
Eugene Enoch Elliott, Sr. reckless contribution to the 1961
our office in the McClellan driving, $50 bond forfeted, that; time polio had been on a March of Dimes will help to bring Meeting Tuesday J

building. James Walter Hill drunk, $25 rampage in the United States- nearer the day wen paralytic] polo COURT
E7.879: cases In 1952. then 35,593
no lonert will be majorFipear'w
10 days.r.WPap4
or ... .. -wtn'two memccrs'of rite"countty ::
.......... ., Local.DeautieM- ... drank* tXor flu Jn 2033.. pnd..3M7&ssau .fII I: tWAtncrfcan eoIe.-r-! ;
)54.) commission absent there was A little sparkle added
was to
C lays And what of the disease of arthritis Tiro Accident
Vie for Title Bertha Elease Jenkins, reckless Prevention came just in time. which was mentioned earS little business transacted at the the city court session Monday
he March of Dimes, which Tuesday meeting. Nevertheless, when a mild hassle occurred between
spon- MadeTwo
riving $35 bond forfeited
,
( ier -What does the future hold Reports
As Project Bred and paid for the research the session ran all morning and 50 Years Attorney Lester Jennings
John Lee Horton illegal fishing [ 30 bond forfeited ,tat went into the vaccine, was accidents were investigatedby into the afternoon. The two ab and Chief of Police Carlisle Tho
beauties will adolescents in this country today Wilbur Woods of the
Seventy-seven pa- nder heavy financial strain be- Trooper sent members were Charles Harvey mas. Jennings was representing-
before! the public on Thursday Bob Fomley, reckless driving, who suffer from rheumatoid ar.hritis Florida Patrol. Neither
fade Highway
ause it also had to meet the bills and L. E. Herbert, attend. Thomas C. Garner, accused of
School Auditorium 1 50 bond forfeited '. or the 11,000,000 peopleIn serious injury .
night In the High accident Involved any
!or hospital care and rehabillta- ing a commissioners''school.There of WorkIs driving without a license and
in the Solomoan Sanders, drunk, $25r this country today who suffer!
title occurredon
as they seek a ion of polio patients. It is not The first accident were the usual drainage, driving while Intoxicated. Thomas
Okeechobee County Beauty > 10 days from some form of rheumatic disease Thursday afternoon when Mrs
Miss culvert and
uncommon that these bills run to right-of-way problemsand had given his testimony and Jennings .
Contest. The Future Homemakers James Edward Connelly, speeding Including arthritis Juanita Berrera of Immokalee, the
commissioners
20,000; or $25,000 for one patient, discusseda asked Mayor Donald Mack:
of America, under the direction of $50 bond forfeited and some have exceeded $60,000. We don't really know, but we driving north at the Okeeslmmee legislative meeting to be held for permission to question the

Mrs. R. L. Brown, are sponsoringthe Leone Prout, speeding, $35 bond What might have happened with do know that today there is no Fish Camp, lost control of her vehicle next Tuesday at which time Senator I LostBy chief and the defendant. The
their annual fundraising forfeited real preventive for rheumatoid slammnlg Into post.
contest as a s few more years of such heavy cure or a Irlo Bronsono and Representative mayor consented.
project. James Allen Padgett, speeding Incidence and with no preventive arthritis. But March of About $50 damage was done to W. Allen Markham will
Following his questions, Thomas
The winners for the night will be (35 bond forfeitedJ. can only be conjectured. But as it Dimes-supported research is working the post and $100 damage was estimated be present to hear proposed local BILL PRESLEY started to question Garner but

chosen as follows: Ages 4 to 7, A. Russell, speeding $35 happened, with the vaccine camea in hospitals and laboratories I. on the ton and a half bills and to assist people in legislative Tuesday's fire destroyed more Jennings objected. "lIe cannot

Maids; 8-11, two Princesses; 12-15, bond forfeited bond turn in the tide. Polio dropped all over the country to solve the Chevrolet truck which she was problems. than a newspaper plant.. It destroyed serve as witness, prosecutor and

Miss Okecehobee Jr., and second Charles Dan Smith, $35 from 28,985 cases in 1955 to 15,140In puzzle of this disease which has driving. No charges were brought. Bill Presley spent considerabletime 50 years of historical counsel for the city," Jennings

and third place winners; 18-21. forfeited 1956, to 5,465 in 1957. In 1959 plagued mankind for centuries. The second accident occurred at explaining a problem con records relating to Okeechobeeand said.A .

Miss Okeechobee, and second and Mary Annette Townsend, speeding the total was 8,425 and the 1960 figure Contributions to the New Marchof the Lakeshore curve, when H. L. cerning the Fort Drum cemeteryand along with it, one man's life discussion about court procedure

third place winners. $35 bond forfeited. hit a new low of an estimated Dimes are also fighting arthritis Casselman of Orlando turned into proposed church site, and work and most of his savings. followed being ended when

Each girl Is being sponsored bya 3,100. in another way. Four clinical Highway 78 into the path of the plan for the county to buy a fire Thomas asked for continuation
a
local business and all are local Fine ArtsThe However, the damage done by study centers have been established vehicle driven by Lawrence Cas- truck was tabled until the commissioners Lamonte N. Moore, publisher of of the case, which had previouslybeen
the country to study sels of Okeechobee. could meet with the The Okeechobee News and co-
!! Fine Arts Clum members polio lives after it, and the Na across continued. The alleged arrest -
girls.A varied program;: of local talent met Thursday, Jan. 19 at the Sierra tlonal Foundation, which Is supported the best and most effective methods Casselsman was charged with city council.A owner and publisher of The Indi- occurred on Dec. 24.

has been planned for entertain Inn, with Mrs. Edith Boehm- through the New March of of treating patients. They are failure to yield the right of way new subdivision plat, Treasure antown Press, who came here to The mayor agreed to continuethe

went throughout the evening. hostess. Following refreshments Dimes, is still struggling to meet located in Rochester, Dallas, New causing an accident. Two of Mr. ; Island, located along Taylor Okeechobee in 1950 to run the case and hearing is set for
James A. Young, principal of the er as the bill. York and San Francisco. In addition Casselsman's children were injured : Creek, was approved. back of The News and subsequently
of apple pie with whipped Friday night at 7:30.JAYCEES .
Florida School for Boys, will Mrs. Annie Raulerson Basil O'Connor, president of the I to these centers, many medical one losing a tooth and the Charles Campbell presented a bought it, had built the paper
,
serve as master cf ceremonies cream the on Mo March of Dimes organization, specailists, medical social other suffering abrasions to his resolution asking the state road from a four page, readyprinttype
Frank Arthur will pre- presented program therapistsare department to improve State Road of publication to a thriving TO
and Mrs. hammedanism. An Interesting stated recently that "If all para. workers and physical right side. About $100 damage was

sen- the music. discussion on the subject followed lytic polio were U stop tomorrowand receiving training on March done to Cassel's car, and the dam 70 and the county approved the 12 to 20 page weekly newspaper SPONSOR

The program will start at 8.00 During the busnless! meeting, a there were not a single! new of Dimes scholarships, financed age on Casselsman's car was saidto resolution. Johnny Jenkins appeared comparable to any in the nation,

p. m. and admission is 75c for nominating! committee was ap I case the cost would still run to with contributions from every be $300. for the Civil Defense pro. had to sand by helplessly and RODEOThe

adults, 50c for high school students pointed, composed of Mrs. Annie millions of dollars each year for town in the nation.So gram. Routine bills were allowed. watch his works of the last ten .
for elementary. of polio and his savings of lifetime Okeechobee Jay Cees vet.ad
and 25c to A muscle that is" far we've talked years a
Raulerson, Mrs. Rosalee Pearce years cmoe.
but the blggset un in smoke. in their regular meeting Tuesday -
and arthritis go up
McCranie. The destroyed by polio never comes
Mattie
and Mrs. Funeral
to a teen-age
Feted night sponsor
In Faculty
P.T.A. Splits calendar committee was also ap back. The damage is offset, as met childhood States medical today problem Is that of Monte, however, Is one of those "Roadeo" before March 1st. All

pointed. Members ore Mrs. Leon well as possible, through substi the United At Lunch people with an Indomlnatble spirit teen-age drivers with restricted
TakeThe One of 18 babies
Carnival birth defects. every
Yeilding Mrs. Martha Conely and tutlon of mechanical devices, and, even as the fire was raging, licenses are eligible to participate .
nation Is born with one Mrs. Frank Haveriy and Mrs
in the
regular meeting;: of the Mrs. Clifford Bo 'les. through compensatory trainingand Servces9Funeral was discussing plans to rebuild in the contest, with winners
significant birth defects: Ethel Talley entertained at
or more a
Okeechobee Parent Teacher The following members were development of other muscles and issuing instructions to .employees participating in district, state and
malformed luncheon for the
of these
Association was held a tthe high present: Mesdames Cliff ore and through adjustment of the patient the annual number Primary School concerning publication of national contests.In .
is 250,000 about held at Faculty Monday Jan. 28
Infants ; services were at noon.
school auditorium.at 7:30: on January Boyles, R. L. Brown, Pete Clem I to a new life. This takes care this week's issue. other business, the club voted <
19. Father George Cave ons, Lewis Dreese, Enola EUedge and equipment and services, all 34,000 of whom are stillborn or the Independent Baptist Church The table wsa set with a cutwork United Fund
of and of them die In the first four weeks of life Sunday afternoon for Mrs. Vannie table cloth, which was com Within minutes after word of ,'to sponsor a
which Link Jim them costly many
the devotional, after E. H. Hunt Robrct rather' than to
gave
Givers campaign
the business meeting was presid McCranie, Ellis Meserve, Rosa over long prelods. From such dread defects as open E. Boatwright, who died Friday I plimented further by a floral ar- the fire had been flashed to news assist In each individual fund
Raulerson The National Foundation has spines, excess fluid on the brain, The Rev. M. M. Martin conducted angement. Guests enjoyed a meal' services, offers of assistance began
Gaughno. H.
ed ovre by Mrs. Pat Lee Pearce, H. ,
John Roe, Sr., Leon Yeilding Invested a third of a billion dot or open skull. These are the the services. of baked ham, candied yams, streaming in. Newspapers, drive during the year.

president.The P. T. A. decided to give Curt Woodall and three guests, lars in taking polio sufferers over grave and crippling birth defectson Mrs. Boatwright was born in scalloped potatoes and spiced ap- printing plants, bankers, personal Visitors Dr. at William Tuesday's Dannahower meetingwere ,

each of the schools $200 which Mrs. S. A. Townsend, Mrs. W. E the long road back to health and which the National Foundationis Osceola County July 29, 1377. Af pies German chocolate cake was friends and neighbors offerde assistance 7th Cee District
the Jay
usefulness. In 1960 alone, aa estimated currently concentrating research ter her marriage to her first husband served, with coffee for dessert. in the form of buildings, president of
was made during the annual car Croson and Mrs. J. L. Jones. 61
f nival sponsored by the P. T. A. $13,2250,000 in March of and patient aid in addition !. James T. Padgett, she Enjoying the luncheon were Mr. equipment, supplies, money and Cody Bailey, president and t
its work in arthritis and moved to Florida, about and Mrs. Lawrence Mrs services. the Fort Pierce Club Billy
The High School is planning tc Dimes funds went for that purpose to Olney, Terry, personal
use their portion of the money to Records and the great bulk of it was continuing program I In polio. eight miles north of Fort Drum, John Entry, Mrs. Al Hadnott, Mrs Monte was heard to remark, "I : Taylor directors, member of the Fort of the Pierce board Club ot(

apply to the cost of buying a for persons who had suffered their Scholarships for professional education where she lived until about two Curt Woodall, Mrs. Clifford either have a lot of friends or n the local

large sign which will be used for polio attacks years before. are also being awarded In< years ago, when she came to Boyles, Mrs. Bob Reeves, Mrs lot of people feel sorry for me". Dr. Daunhower brought to date ol

posting events. The Elementary DestroyedBy Our scientists are working now this field to develop the latent Okeechobee to make her home. Ernest Campbell, Mrs. Martha "We're going to rebuild The organization up national happenings

School will buy pictures and art on other disease problems including talents of young medical research Mrs. Boatwrlght was a longtime Conely, Miss Ora Wade, Mrs. Okeechobee News bigger and better district, state and Bailey and invited the
BILL PRESLEY the greatest vrlus disease re member of the Lake View George Bellamy, Mrs. D. C. Allen said ,
he
the grimly
be ,
to used to Improve appearance ers.Okeechobee than ever, local embership to a district meeting
of the building. The All accounting records of The search program In the world to county is currently Baptist Church at Kenansvllle Mrs. Jay Robinson and Mrs. but added with a smile, "it'll be in Fort Pierce next Sunday,

money to be given the Primary Okeechobee News, both accounts day. What they learned from tho indebted to other counties, prln When she came to Okeechobee, Howard Guilford. nice working in a new office." whclh will feature a trip through
School Is to be used to purchasefans payable and accounts receivable work of solving the polio problem clpally St Lucie, in the amount qf she became a member of the Independent Fort Pierce I
the citizens of Okeecho- fabulous new
of
the
which was used to Church. CHURCH DEDICATIONThe All
for the rooms. were destroyed in Tuesday's fire gives them a long head-start nearly $2,000 Baptist developed
The program for the eveningwas which demolished the News plant on a whole range of other diseases treat patients from this county Surviving are three sons, Roy dedication of the new Sacred bee want to see The Okeechobee Country Club, Community .

given by the Superintendent. Wa, were in the process of preparing Including birth defect and ar We have been extremely fortunatethis and Frank Padgett of Fort Drum Heart Catholic Church will be News come back bigger and bet by the Mackle Corporation.HOT

Omar H. Hunt, whose subject wa year-end reports for 1960 thrills. But to keep supporting the year in that no further deficits and Hiram Padgett of Tampa; held Sunday afternoon at 4:00: pen ter than ever and hit the streets DOUGHNUTSHard

"The Schools of Tomorrow". He when the disaster occurred but work, we must raise funds have ensued. However, the three daughters. Mrs. G. W. Hair All embers and the public art every Thursday afternoon as usual

Save a short blstroy of the since all records were destroyed. through the New March of Dime monies collected in Okeechobee of Fort Drum, Mrs. S. A. Hair of cordially invltde to attend. ], as it has for the past fifty -werking fireman were at

schools In (Okeeehobee County and we must ask that our creditors over and above what we need county last year amounted to onlv Savannah, Ga., and Mrs. Allen Various dignitaries will be pres- years. served coffee and doughnuts
The
lave plans for future building bear with us and send us new for polio. $398.00 not nearly enough to re Hancock of Okeechobee; 0 n ent to take part in the dedication That Moore has sustained a the fire Tuesday night.

and facilities!! in this area. statements. The only answer is greater support pay those who were gracious brother, R. E. Willis of Okeechobee services, after which the members major loss,. we know but we doughnuts were donated. by the

The room count award was won Likewise, we request all who for the New March of Dimes enough to offer help when we ; 29 grandchildren and 30 of the church will have a also have confidence in his abUt OkMchotwe Bakery.

In the High School by Mrs. King owe accounts to The News to from a public which does not needed It and certainly not sufficient great grandchildren.Burial dinner at the Sierra Inn at (:.30 ity to rise above the set-back and Firemen art attending a firefighting
school thIs week The
Mr. Klnsaul won for the Ele contact us by mall, Post Office want to abandon the victims 01 to handle even one local was In Fort Drum cemetery p. m., honoring Archbishop William we want him to learn that we

mentary and Mrs. Haveriy for Box 638 Okeechobee, as quicklyu polio and which does want to benefit case of any of the diseases that .with Rev. Martin. officiatingat O'Brien of Chicago and Bishop stand ready to help In every way school started Monday and was

the Primary School. possible. : from a tremendously Import have been mentioned. the graveside Coleman F. Carroll of MiamI. possible to close Friday night.

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Berne Welch of the Crozier Circle
gave the devotional which was r"
In the words of the newly Inaugurated -
cry
President, "A Day of New -<.t.: .
Frontiers". Mrs. Welch pointedout
Prices In this ad .f.
that each Individual becomesa are
new frontier and that inspira CORN FED WESTERN fective through Saturday, JANE PARKER REG 55t SPECIAL''
tion and help would develop this .
frontier. She pointed out that the IS January 28. Cherry Pie 39'
A
Bible must be used as a gudie,
with four ways In which to read LOINS I SMITH'S PRIDE FROZEN USDA INSPECTED LARGE CORNISH
It The best way was as a divine
Revelation as shown In Isaiah 26 1 to 2 Ib.
1-4, Is. 30, 15, Is. :26, 1.4 and Is. age
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The program was also given by or,
Mrs. Welch who gave a report on not I 49c "SUPER-RIGHT" WESTERN BEEF CAP'N FANTAIL BREADED
the book "Woman of the Bible", just
by Edith Deen. The business Boneless Stew 79c"SUPERRIGHT" SHRIMP 10 Oz. 45c
Mrs. Lb. Pkg.
meeting was conducted by the
Paul Heisel with routine affairs Western Minute Beef HEADLESS COMPLETELY DRESSED .
and departmental reports being not '
Its main business. Plans were Cubed Steak 99c Red Snapper Lb.69c
made for the Feb. 15 Pray Vigil CLOSE TRIMMED Lb.
which will be a worldwide observance.
"SUPER-RIGHT" FRESHLY GROUND CAP'N JOHN'S FROZEN FRIED

with The refreshments social hour served was by enjoyed Mrs ed HALF RIB ib. 39c BEEF 3 Lbs, t5 I Fish Sticks lPg.35c

Heisel and Mrs. Val Murrlsh. Individual !
ent. "SUPER-RIGHT" Brown &Serve FRESH HEADLESS LARGE GREEN
cakes were served with
coffee other refreshments and tea The of table nuts was, mints covered ed "Super-Right" First Cut Chops or Sa'sage Patties ?:gz: 39c SHRIMP I Lb.75c .
with an attractive lace table to ] J I
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I also have two farm
for sale at
Pillsbury Caramel Chocolate Chocolate
I Fudge Orango Pineapple Spice Jane Parker Freshly Baked
Whit or Y.llow.
J. C. 'BILL' lib
ALL COLORS CUT Cake Mixes pkg.: 35c
Phone ROdeo Fruit I Cake
Pillsbury Cr.amy Fudge, Caramel or Milk
GLADS 39c Chocolate,
Doz. Frosting Mix pkg=' 35c Lb. $ 39

ABSORBANT WHITE OR COLORED T/2 Cake . . . . .. ... 1 .
ON Scot Towels 2 rolls 35c
LARGE HEAD Lb. '
3 Cake .. . . . .. .. .249
and
day REDUCED ALL TROPICANA ,
LETTUCE 19cJUST
Ea. Lb. 1
5 Cake . . . . . . ..$349. : 1
To provide
CANADA DRY ALL FLAVORS
designed to meet A&P FINE QUALITY PINEAPPLE
Cello Pkg. Cole I Slaw or
SOFT DRINKS I Grapefruit Juice 4460.. 99c 1
To
give you C SALAD MIX rano

the event of an 3 BOTTLES. 29c

2 i% 29c +} DEPOSIT OVER 1 YEAR OLD

Leonard C Mammoth Cheese lit. SSeWILSON'S ,

INSURANCE A&P OUR FINEST
FINEST SHORTENINGBAKERITE ARISTOCRAT FLAKYSALTINES
FIRE-AUTO-
INSTANTCOFFEE ?:; 19c

Okeechobee County
Phone RO
STOKLEY'S TASTY

3 CAN LB 59C 6Jf79c TOMATO JUICE -,-. 25c


OKEECHOBEE WITH FACE CLOTH DETERGENT LIQUID DETERGENT LIQUID DETERGENT

FOSTORIA CRYSTAL ::/ Breeze Pkg35c;:: RINSO BLUE Wisk CPM: 41c LUX ST 39c

Gt. 71c Reg. J Qt. I 22 Oz.Can .
33c 75c
6 Transistor Pkg Pkg.: Can 53c

COMPLETE BATTERIES WITH .
ARGO FLUFFY CLEANER DETERGENT

Electric a Z. 37C Corn Starch ALL ; z. 33c Handy Andy ALL ;pk0z. 39c

ALL 63c 12 Oz. J Qt. Size Jumbol69
Pkg.. 12c & 79c I For 69c 20 Lb. Size **

ELGIN LONGINE
UNDERWOOD'S BENNETr'S DETERGENT HEART'S DELIGHT

Samsonite Meats Deviled Ham Chili Sauce TIDE Apricot Juice i

EXTRA 2V4 Oz. 8 Oz 3c Oft Lg. 46 Oz
25C Tin 19c Jar 21c Deal Pkg. 30c Can 47 I
FEATURE LOKDIAMOND I

CAMPBELLS COLGATE DENTAL SHAMPOO A&P OUR FINEST

SATISFACTORY JEWELRY Tomato Soup Cream iJ; 31 1 Halo Pena 30c Fruit Cocktail

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.f 5 CAP HOLDS The name Canada Is believed THE OKEECHOBEE NEWS PAGE I
MEET IIERE Sawgrass Sermon to have derived from the Indian Friday, January 27, 1961
word "Kanatta"
meaning a collection -
: of hula
The Civil Air Patrol met at the The dragonfly also Is known u Jet
county barn on Tuesday night at i II 1 1i Hawaii's campaign for statehood the devil's darning needle, the RunwayKARACHI
7:30: with Captain Jhonny Jenkins, i bee butcher and the snake doc
began in 1903, only five Pakistan (AP) -
the commanding officer, in II tor.
chargeof years after it became
II a possession Karachi Airport's new $9-miffioa
the meeting. At present the of the United States. '-
jet runway, financed by the United
Okeechobee CAP is taking a More than 75 per cent of U.
States, was dedicated today.
topography or map reading th'-1l The city of Edinburgh Scotland S. Marine Corps personnel saw .
Course under the direction of Bill L is known as "Auld Reek!." combat duty during the Korean
Presley. The primary mission is because of Its smog. War.
to take young avIation-minded
Americans and train them In all Puerto Rico has 674 people Rewardyourself
A Bible
aspects of aviation. printed in 1810 is
mile of the
known per square one
as the "Ears to Ear
The cadet program, with some Bible" because it quotes Matthew highest population densities in with the pudchase of
15 cadets enrolled, has a work and .Iii!. .>! 13:43: as "Who hath ears to ear, the world. of a 123x125 Basswood Home
study course which will lead to a "We mutt correct our faults let him hear." Site
Certificate of proficiency which
will enable the young boy, to go while they are little-It's tiller STATE PAINTEVERY $49500RO
into the service with a pay grade to burn seeds than to chop The letter E is the most frequently -
Above other young recruits. The COULD BE ANYWHERE-Oraduating from high school is a ball in Moscow, Russia, just wit weed." used In the English Ian. SECOND CAN FREE1
CAP members fly with the Air Is in Moscow, Idaho, or anywhere else. The boys and girls gather in Red Square to dance guage. The letter Q is the least 24282
and play until,dawn, after the graduation balls in their schools are over used.
Force on search missions and games ii ... New York was the fifth largest Quart or Gallon e
$20 down $20 month
state,
have participated in searches for behind VirginIa Pennsyl- Money-Back Guarantee! 2 miles N. of Okeechobee
on
; fishermen in the lake. vanla, North Carolina and Massachusetts In animal symbolism, a cat
in the first census In stands for deceit and a dog 530 SOUTH FOURTH ST. Route 98-Stop at Basswood
The SARCAP Is a simulated 1790. stands for fidelity. model home for information.This .
i tsecue mission which is set up in ORANGE AVE. at JENKINS is a limited time offer
1 Order to train the cadetsin President John Open 7 Days A Week
young Quincy Adamsgot
Presidents Zachary Taylor and FORT PIERCE RO 2-6282
rescue missions with the Air only 31.8 per cent of the James Madison were second cou
Force overseeing their activities electoral vote in the 1824 election sins.
The patrol has a radio transmit. He was chosen Presidentby
24 HOUR AMBULANCE SERVICE HO 1.7000
ter which was extremely useful the House of Representatives.New .
during the Donna hurricane and MJ Cincinnati originally was called
fyq:
helped to maintain radio communications Mexico was a territory Losantville or "the town oppositethe Irk
through the disaster for 61 years, the longest period mouth of the Licking River."
any state waited to Join the un- .ty<
The CAP will help In the March Ion.
of t Dimes Fund Raising Campaign :
which will be held next Tuesday i Author Chaucer (1340.14(0)) Mary Carter
afternoon from 3:30: until 8:00: pm. r !ta gave the slang word "bones" to
Cadets in full uniform will solicit dice. PAINTSEVERY
funds in the downtown from . ,
area \ .
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SECOND CAN JilI
Hunt's Wholesale House to the .. >
p, FREE OF , I P.Promptaeas '
Post Office Citizens are urged to Il a Our Special Sale EXTRA COST E.( \LYIMPORT, Nt'5.f. .
donate to this needy cause whichis e+ w >
y. THIS WEEK PHONE HO 1-4046
f
helping to research birth defects Rs 2 TYPEWRITER Phone ROdeo 6-1551 ;,,! I \
Juvenile arthritis and polio ., of response.ij".I(" 'rjmost' 1
... TABLES ONLY TV Channel Sunday 8:45 am ,* necessary"cons1deratfanwhen ;

STRONG LITTLE THING-Peter Old, left, and Cinders Walsh carry a 305-pound tractorthrough GOING AT Fort Pierce, FloridaPLANTS ". yovi 6alljan.aiphulance.1rers { : i
a London street Old and Walsh claim the little tractor tan cut grass, plow field! *_ v< /
I careful'dhj, pStls; equai ';
and do about anything else a normal size one can. It'i called the Wheelhorae.k.8x $10.00
Runoffs For ea. ,/.. /, ,it> die; \' "'..0we' ;:atwap" ,
A "It
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: withthe 'WetY''ot
South Florida Office I thei'1f
Equipment and Supply Ij " '$ I'pitLiunt:, :i pup ermasx: ,I :iu': Jiunu.j I ::
Senate SeatsBy FOR : Fo 'safe,, 'sure"'",; :dependable, ,
A ,ambulance service, always I

THE ASSOCIATED PRESS LandscapingSome ""ifjh, #' ';i :call I theYatesambulancetium'y. *';l .
HOW Ibttfa '*"".
Okeechobee
Special elections in Walton and Tropical andd Sub- 'st1lVICE. \ f ., r 00
c.ost ,.r::"" ..' !Ifi, . ,.
CHRISTIAN Tropical Florida Fruit Trees, W.
Broward Counties failed to name .
Democratic nominees for State include some Citrus and Pa. 0 R e ;' CALL. : RODEO. 26611YATBS ' :
Senate vacancies, and runoffs SCIENCE paya, Palms in about 20 different -.r.'If.. "M
must be held varieties, also annual :
HEALSTV Flower Plants '
I !
Alex Caswell polled 722 votes A a
and former Sen. Bert Riddle got I Channel 4 Sunday I:45 am Plumosa

708 Tuesday to win berths in the III Station Sundays NurseriesEDWARD ( I 'f: ;;herae d1 oIte' ,' :
Walton County runoff, which will ;
be held Feb. 7. Victory In the run. WSWN 12:45: p.m. OLSEN I arawf :.!1a01. {SOUTH 4A3TP1.tifRClPtORtDA"h! ;I,',
,
off will in effect be election to office t -<, 3257 Bacom Pt. Rd. d! : e'i't ,,,,; '""iFy'M'mtJalL, l ..k, 1 ,iir'' .:;,I ',47 ''t II l
since no Republicans are can 4.Ft. "... .j-, J<<":: :..,;;t ,J':> ,, i< I,"'$j .1 .,....: PAHOKEE, FLORIDA \ .,1 "
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dldates. ;;,;,!f.r-.i.t,.;''';<<;jtit E, }1.' .ft't." ">- :: ( ,, ,. iifliIiIff1?
'> .t:"", v\;{, :r:?';;,*u' ''j "y In Broward .GilbertTHEATRE' .
County former
.. Hoiu Speaker':Ted David received STREET SCENE LEBANON-Tr.tno comee to a halt In this B.lruv sores sa autoutm M ", ,
confronted with a picket line of iron splices. In an effort to bait the recent wave of bombings
8.142'vot s and Quentin and other terrorism the Beirut police chief decreed that most of the center of the.. city it -. .
Long polled 5,179 for Democratic "off limits to vehicular trafficRoyal's [
l' nomination. Okechob, Florida FINLEY JEWELERS

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!j =i MAGNIFICENT"Friday .

and Saturday WE NOW HAVE OUR SPRING
1 1 1j January 21 and 21 50
A WEEK BUYS
Store In Color LINE OF
I I 1 Gordon Scott
j
Jock Mahoney IT (AT STORE NAME)

Betta St. John

4 = BELLE GLADE-PAHOKEE-CLEWISTON-IMMOKALEE-OKEECHOBEE_ i iI "RAWHIDE"Tyrone PLUS GET LOVEBRIGHT DIAMONDSET

SALE STARTS THURSDAY, ENDS WEEK FROM SATURDAY i

1' FULL FASHIONED' 1 Susan Hayward Power Al& TOwn \

I WASH N WEAR j : Please her with the best In design
( NYLON HOSE 1 Sunday January Monday 29, M *J>31 Tuesday SCHOOL and quality.

1 = First quality, 60 gauge 15 denier, 100% nylon. =1 "PSYCHO"Alfred ON
= Unexcelled for fit and color. Beigetone & Tan- PRINTS I =I Hitchcock's new and ONE YEAR'S
= tone with dark or self seams. Reg. 79c. 1j altogether dlffedent screen

j High style special assortment of drip-dry prints i ic = .. Anthony Excitement Perkins TIME

t 5 7 Fashionable, bright, colorful small neat geometric 1 Vera Miles FREE INSURANCEwith
= pre and attractive floral prints. Outstanding = John Gavin
1 color combinations in this assortment of colorfast = Janet Leigh I

1= t fabrics. = Wednead'ay and Thursday each set
February 1 ft 2

1 IdealDIAPERS i 59C "THE CROWDED SKY"In

-, Technicolor
Regular yd. Dana Andrews OVER 40 SETS

3 yrds for' $1.00 Rhonda Fleming


Bleached, heavy duty, white cotton Extra Special Assortment 1 TO CHOOSE FROM
Flnt Show Starts at MS
!1 diaper.Fu1l27x27"slze. TOP QUALITY WHITE GOODS p.m. %

i E&W Spunwell white goods assortment. Especially assorted for = DriveInTheatre FROM '34.50 UPVALENTINE'S

j materials in demand for daily use Fine quality. Finished in = / Y

\ : $169 our own plants. Dotted Swiss waffle batiste. Dimity Broadcloth =

,, = Pique. v '

= DOZEN ADMISSION Me ''
DAY
44C Children Under 12 Year 6 '
,," =- y d"= Always Free When Accompanied 9 E
by parent

\ SHEETS & PILLOW CASES January Friday and 27-2S Saturday IS NEAR

t = BLEACHED WHITE SHEETS = Man Without A Star ,. 4 Get t n wfor ,:

i 72x108" $1 74 BED Kirk Joanne Douglas Grain grj; GIVE HER OR HIM

TWIN FITTED Claire Trevor
When Comedy Wit King A

= 81x108" $1.59 = Charlie Chaplin 11 A WEEK '

= DOUBLE FITTED PilLOWS Ben Gloria Turpin Swanson ELGIN Starlit WATCH

t BLEACHED WHITE PILLOW CASES42x36" = Fatty Arbuckle lovely 17-Jewel, thock: .reuUntwitch. OR
alias CARTON .Unbreakable uudmpnng.
1
78C Sunday and Monday
= 2 for 100 dacron Januady 29-30 ELGIN Sportsman DIAMOND I
% polvester fitted Pleas Don't jtuntdly designed with 17 jewels.Waterproof'
1 PASTEL COLORED SHEETS and shockresistant.ewM.w.ea.yrd:
Large size 20x26". Eat The Dallies .en Wo*
= 72x108"81x108" n97each in Color andd CinemascopeDoris MWcw plus Ftd. Tat

= = David Day Niven QUALITY IS OUR MOST IMPORTANT PRODUCT

2 for Janis Paige
$217 $397 liei CARTOON
each each $e87 Tuel..Wed.'Thurl.

III= PASTEL COLORED PILLOW CASES i Heroes' Die Young FINLEY JEWELERSSo.
REG. $4.95 Erika Peters

1= 42x36" 2 for 1.00 54c each !: Scott Robert Borland Gets Park Okeechobeer

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6 THE ,OKEECHOBEE NEWS NOTICE TO APPEARTO prayed for in he Bill of Complaint LEGAL NOTICE -
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
Friday, Jan lary< 27, 1961 : CHRISTINE HODGE, DONE AND ORDERED at
that the Board of County Com
Residence, unknown. Okeechobee. Florida, this the
You are hereby notified that a UUi day oc January, 1961.: missioners Okeechobee County,
NOTICE Chairman Board of (Seal)) Florida will receive sealed bidson
suit for divorce hs
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN County Commissioners Circuit t HAYNES E. WILLIAMS, Jeep UNIVERSAL
Legislative meeting to Attest: tered against you in the the following:
that a Clerk Circuit Court
HAYNES E. WILLIAMS Court in and for Okeechobee One 1961 Willys Station i
Local Bills will be held ,
discuss County, Florida, by DEMPSEYHODGE Jan 13 20, 27; Feb 3. 1961 ,
in the Commissioners' Room Cle;e.Publish The Okeechobee News Wagon, 4-wheelt Drive
Jan 27. 1961 and you are hereby required
o the County Court House in Model L-8 226, 6 Cylinder
aecnobee, Florida, on Tuesda The Okeechobee NewsIN to appear and file inothe NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS not less than ...
January 31, at 1:30 p. m. answer or other pleading NAME LAW horsepower
A' that time State Senator Circuit Court 'of Okeechobee NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN 106. l00x15 all service and
Ir' Jron'on and Representative THE CIRCUIT COURT IN County, Florida, on or before the that the undersigned desiring to mud grip tires, automatic ry.
W Allen Markham will be pre,- COUNTY, FLORIDA 13th day of February, 1961, and engage I In business under the fieUtfous hubs, undercoated. Priceto
en to assist and offer sugges CHANCERY NO. 1794 serve a copy of the same uponG. name of KISSIMMEE
tions. DEMPSEY HODGE, C. Durrance P. 0. Box 695 RIVER RANCHES at 4471 N W be quoted with and
Participation of the public l is Plaintiff Okeechobee, Florida, Attorneyfor 36th St. In he City of Miami without trade-In of 1957 It .
asked. vs the Plaintiff! Springs, Florida, Intends to rep Chevrolet Coupe. ,Ir Y
JOIN F PEARCE. CHRISTINE HODGE, Herein fail not or Decree Pro
icter l the said name with the
Said bids will be opened Fern-
Confesso will be entered againsl: Deefndan you in said cause for relief Cleric of the Circuit Court of
ruary 14th, 1960, at 10 o'clock A.
J Dade County Florida, this 4th
I day of January 1161 M in the County Commission.
MAC CACHE. ers' Room, Okeechobee County
Worley Gautlr & Doves, Court House, Okeechobee, Florila -
200 S. E First Stret,
Miami Florida .
USED CARS Attorney for Applicant JOHN F. PEARCE

.T<*n. 1 11. 20 27: Feb. 3, 1961 Chairman, Board of County
The Okeechobee News Commissioners

Okeechobee County, Florida ..
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO Attest:

1959 CHEVROLET 1995004door AMEND DINANCE CITY NO.ZONING-271 HAYNES WILLIAMS, 4-WD takes you where the job is..does it better for you!

Clerk, Board
of
Impala Hardtop, radio, heater, air conditioning, auto. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
that the City Council City County Commissioners
matjc transmission electric windows and electric seat of Okeechobee, Florida,f'm Okeechobee County Florfida The 'Jeep' Universal zooms along highways In conventional wheel drive-'
cloal will consider
corporation
re- Publish Jan 27 Feb. 3, 1961
ro1gInn< frm RFSIDENTIAL:; (R-H The Okeechobee, News. shifts easily into wheel drive for travel off the road. Mud, sand, snow
149500four to COMMERCIAL: : and to ame";
1959 WILLYS according! the ComnrehemiveZonin make no difference to the 'Jeep' Universal. With power take-off or hydrauliclift
? Ordinance\ No 271 adopt.
wheel drive station wagon ed November 21, 1955 the following CARD OF THANKSTo this wonder can do an endless variety of Jobs for you. Look into the

described real property, our friends we would like to Come in for the demonstration!
situate, lying and being within possibilities yourself. today an on- -job
kindness and
sympathyIs
149500Corvalr say your
1960 CHEVROLET the corporate limits of the Cityof more deeply appreciated than

four door sedan, radio, low mileage Okeechobee, Florida, to.wit: any word of thanks can express. '
Lots 1 and 8 incl 10,
"
We especially wish to extend our
11 and 12 Block 29 First
thanks and gratitude to Dr. Horton -
Addition to South Okee :
1958 OLDSMOBILE 149500Super chobee the nurses and any of the
Hospital Staff In the efforts for
88, power brakes, power steering, automatic trans. and that a public hearing in relation the comfort and welfare of our

mission, radio and heater, one owner thereto will be held at I beloved mother. We would like to
7:30 P. M. on the 7th day of 2L2
thank also Rev Martin who Is a .J
Council cmfwy cmfwyp cmfwyp
beloved friend In time of need. vehicles with winch at. With takeoff the With lift
February 1961 in the city 'Jeep' power 'Jeep' hydraulic the 'Jeep
1956 CHEVROLET 895 Council! Room City Hall\ Okee- And to Hudson Parker and Harold tachment move boulders,clear Universal provides power for Universal operates graders,

four door station wagon, nine passenger, automatic' trans. chobee, Florida, at which time Hancock we wish to offer our land, stretch fences, hoist cargo welders, compressors, genera scrapers, post hole diggers,
all parties :,. !Interest and citizens gratitude and thanks for this fine ,do any Jobs where a smooth, tors and a wide variety of other snowplows and most other
real clean
mission radio
shall have ..n opportunity to be service. strong pull Is necessary, labor-saving equipment 3-point hitch implements
To everyone who has been so
hecrd: Please govern yourselves
wonderful and kind, and for the

1955 OLDSMOBILE 79500 accordingly CLAUDE GARDNER beautiful flowres we thank you.

The Family of Vannie MADE ONLY BY WILLYS MOTORS
98 four door hardtop: hydramatic, radio, heater, power President City Council J"OOpVEHICLES .
E. Boatwright
brakes, power steering, electric windows and seat City of Okeechobee
Okeechobee, Florida

Attest: S CYPRESS GILBERT CHEVROLET CO.
1952 WILLYS 495 LORENA SPIVEY !
Clerk
City

I Little Jeep, 4 wheel driveCHEVROLET City Okeechobee.of Okeechobee Florida I GARDENS Phone ROdeo 2-4231 Okeechobee


Publish Jan. 20, 27, 1961 : ame,ski ssws Iollr

i I 1957 29500 The Okeechobee News ID.19 on 100(m 2.30)put 415pm I IJIIIIII L

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THE OKEECHOBEE NEWS PAGE 7 Soil

Friday, January 27, 1961
Conservation RANCH FOR SALE

Report of Condition of News 755 ACRES MUCK AND SAND
OKBECHOBEE COUNTY BANK
in the State of Florida, .t the Clou of Builnetsen By BILL McCALL Immediate OccupancyAll
December 31,1960ASSETS
Soil Comtrvttlon Service improved pastures, ditched and diked,
1. Cash balances with other banks Including reserve The Taylor Creek Watershed
f.nced electric
balances, and cash items in process of collection..1 056,576 Landoowners' Committee held a fenced, cross- pens, pump,
2. United States Government obligations direct and 2 flowing wells.

guaranteed .......... .... ......... ................................. 1343573.90 meeting January 19 in the Okee- LOCATED ONE AND ONE-HALF MILES
3. Obligations of States and political subdivisions......,... 215,109.95 chobee County Courthouse.
6. Loans and discounts (including no overdrafts)............ 1,459,587.09 Changes in the Taylor Creek NORTH OF LAKE OKEECHOBEE
7. Bank premised owned 33000.00.furniure and fix- Watershed plans wee! edlscussed
lures $$19,000 ...............?.?............................?..?..?.?............... 52.000.00 r Exclusive with . .
12 TOTAL ASSETS ......,......... ' .............?..,??..?$$4,028.847 to extend works of Improvementto
LIABILITIES: :: Wolff Slough, Otter Creek Main 4Q TRo Exclusive With
13. Demand deposits Individuals, partnerships, and" and East Otter Creek Branch.
corporations . .. .. ..$2,082,61428 After no objections to these
14. Time deposits: ;of; individuals, partnerships and: corporations HANCOCK REAL ESTATE
?. ....,...... ...... ............... ,...?............. .......... . 774847.88. changes, Arthur Raulerson madea
15. Deposits of United Sattes Governmen (including postal resolution and seconded by Dr. 131 N. 4th Street Ft. Pierce Fla.
savings) ........... ....... ...... .. ... ...... ..............."......... 236,831.66 Gullano to petition the Soil Con ,
\ 16. Deposits of States and political subdivisions ......,........ 593,857 servatlon Servcle to Include these Write to Mr. Spellings at Above Address
18 Other deposits (certified and officers' checks, etc.).. 12275.60
19 TOTAL DEPOSITS 1 ... .,.,,,,... .,.,.,,..,, ....,$3,702,42663: changes In the overall watershed
23. Other liabilities .. .....................??..?.....?..........................?,..... 93,000.00 program with the pro-ratio cost STATE OF HAWAII STRUCK-Hawaii commemorates Its admission as BOth state of the
S4. TOTAL LIABILITIES....."."."........................"".,.?....._......$3,795,42663CAPITAL to be the tame as th erest of the Union.a' with this official statehood medal authored by the slate's first legislature. The stated
forms
the face of
ACCOUNTS the medal. The back has a map of the islands< plus the statehood
23. Capital ._.. ., $ 150000,00 project. This resolution was pass 'oclamatlon !'.
26: Surplus ?:: ::=:_::. ........,....:.._....?....??:=::::: 6000000: : ed with no objections.
27. Undivided profits ..,, ,,,,,,,,., ,, 23,421.09 Frank Williamson, Sr., Is the
29. TOTAL CAPITAL ACCOUNTS .................?........"...M......?... 233421.09 Chairman of this committee .. A SATISFYING
This bank's capittil consists of: The Taylor Creek Watershed
Common stock with total par value of $150,000.00
30. TOTAL LIABILITIES AND CAPITAL ACCOUNTS...4028847.72 landowners Committee and the WashingtonSeeSaw
MEMORANDA Supervisors of the Okeechobee Sarah MEALONLY
31. Assets pledged or assigned to secure liabllties and Soil Conservation District are
for other purpises ................................................................... $$1,534,620 working toward getting all ease
32. (a) Lans as shown above are after deductions of .
resrves of .................................................... .................... 68734.78 ments and rlghts-of-way on the 1.45
I, Betty Ann Yelldlng, Cashier of the above-named bank, do first construction phase of the Coventry
solemnly affirm that the abov statement Is true, and hat it fully Taylor Creek Watershed. The first
and correctly represents the rue state of the several maters here phase starts at State Road 70 By WIN PENDLETON
in contained and best OUR HOME SHOPPING SERVICEIs
set forth to the of my knowledge and
belief. and runs up Taylor Creek to about SEVERAL CHOICESFor
The Modern Way To Select
Dayton Beach lady honored-
Correct-Attest: 700 feet northwest of U. S. Highway
BETTY ANN YEILDINGT. 441.Rainfall. Everything happened this week FINE FASHION JEWELRYIf

W. CONELY, JR. for the week January In Washington. Within a space of You Would Like To Have A Fashion Show Of Instance-Pot Roast of Beef .

J.W.M ALLEN ROE. MARKHAM JR. 16 to 23, 1961, as reported by the 24 hours we got a new Presl- Your Own Of Sarah Coventry Fine Fashion salad . choice of vegetable . choiceof

State of Florida, County of Okeechobee, ss: Research Service for rain gaugesis dent and a blizzard. The comingof Jewelry Call Your Fashion Show Director Potatoes . bread . butter .
Sworn to and subscribed before me this 13th day of January : Dixie, 0.00; Bassett, 0.00; Judson John Kennedy to the Presl
nt1OO1.bank.SEAL and. I hereby cervf} >r that I am no an officer or director ofWWI 0.00; Williamson, 0.00; Mob. dent's office will certainly BEVERLY A. HAWK AT drink. Liberal portions, tastefully served

THERESA H. ley, 0.00; and Opal, 0.00. change the course of American ROdeo 6.1174NIghtsDOdeo
SOETH Notary Public.
history: The coming of the blizzard .
( ) My Commission Expire July 7, 1967 succeeded only in messingup 2.28S1-Days The person having the phone number RO

Bomb ExplodedPANAMA a few social events. 2-4153 may have one of these dinners for
_
I III J
(AP-A) homemade One social occasion that was

DAILY BREAD bomb exploded on the U.S. Em. not bothered by the weather was
bassy lawn Sunday but caused no the luncheon put on by Congress. Free.SIERRA

damage. Police arrested four man Syd Herlong honoring Governor All INNRESTAURANT
youths and said they possessed and Mrs. Farris Bryant For

SPECIALSAlways eight bombs. and Mrs. Bernard Campbell, of

Three other bombs have ex. Daytona Beach recently namedas PLUMBING NEEDS

ploded in Panama City since Jan "Citizen of the Year" by

I fine line pastrys 14. All were directed at the cars Sears.Roebuck and Company. Contact

or homes of persons who publicly Mrs. Campbell was the winnerof Lou and Opal Riley, Managers
fresh from our ovens each day opposed communism or Cuban a contest staged by Sears. FERGUSON PLUMBINGPhone Downtown Okeechobee on U.S. 441
Prime Minister Fidel Castro.
Feature ofthe Week Her prize was a three-day trip Phone ROdeo 6.1461
to view the Inauguration in
RO 61583or
for herself
CHAIN LINK FENCE Washington and her
DonutsTwists husband. The contest was basedon
FRANK FORD the activity of an employe of

Phone HO 1.8448 Ft. Pierct Sears in civic, charitable or re RO 6-1595 Have You Paid
ligious organizations. Mrs. Camp.

bell is an auditor in their Daytona Located in Moores Old Laundry Building

CUSTOM DESIGNED FLOORS | Beach offices. 2 Blocks East Sheppard Motel
Danish Your
Pastry Tile Linoleum Subscription
Carpets -
Among Mrs. Campbell's com I
Jalousie Windows and Doors
munlty work and accomplish. _::11I I : .
Sherman Chocolate Cake Building Supplies ments are: Organization of an
FLOORS & CARPETS, INC. Anchor Club in the local high
\ 1307 Orange Ave. HO 1.5246 school; Past District Governor of ::4. I

Gifts and Hallmark Cards, Pilot Clubs of Florida; honorary t k,
OKEECHOBEE BAKERYRUTH Wedling Headquarters degree of Doctor of Humanitarian .

Gifts for the Bride from Ybor City; membershipon
Engraved Wedding the Florida State Courtesy

I .HENSEL, Mgr.OKEECHOBEE. AnnouncementsHORTON'S Committee; recipient of trophy;
and citation from President 01

"11.110II_...._ J __""11.00 UU JUIIIII( '11I4__ 122 N. 2nd St. HO 1.2525 the United States for safety
work; chairman of Volusia County .

Dental Health Committee; 11
SERVICDOMESTIC E GUIDE
member of the Chamber of Com
merce Round Table Group.

Acting as his own toastmaster,
Syd Introduced the dignitaries

AND JANET WILLIS BARBECUEDRIBS seated at the head tablehis:
COMMERCIALWIRING wife, Vary: Alice Senator and
Beauty Counselor Mrs. Spessard Holland; Mrs.
Rosemary Smathers (George
NIGHT OR DAY Phone RO 24664 CHICKEN missed his plane In Florida and
didn't make the luncheon); Governor
or Write Box 1744 HAM
WILLIS. ELECTRIC and Mrs Farris Bryant;
Okeechobee, Florida Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Campbell;
P 0. BOX 1744 BEEFSANDWICHES Mr. and Mrs Crowdus Baker

PHONE EO 2-4C64 (he's President of Sears Roebuck .

Company); John F. Gallagher .

a vice president and Luke
OF ALL KINDS
Swensson, Southern territory

BEAUTY SHOP DONUTS: manager of Sears.

Central Electric Other distinguished guests in
RUBY WHEATLEY COFFEE eluded Congressman and Mrs. ,

We have a complete Dante Fascell, Miami Congress.
Cosmetic & Beauty Advisor READY TO GO ; 't+
line of musical In- man and Mrs\ Billy Matthews
AIR CONDITIONED Gainesville; Congressman and
struments for band
orchestra. DRYERS PAGES AUTO CAMP Mrs. Charlie Bennett Jackson. w,
vIDe; Congressman Jim Haley,

AND GAS COMPANY For Apointment MRS. LETHA WOOTEN Sarasota Mr. and Mrs. Ralph
Powers Lake City (he's a mem
Phone 2.5561 Tel. RO 2-6485 her of the Florida State Road

Board); Mr. and Mrs. ThomasT

Cobb, Daytona Beach; Mr I .I M
and Mrs. T. J. Wetherall (man. ,1 M ,ti, ,
ager of the Sears store in Day
REPAIRS FOR REPAIRING OF
EVINRUDE DEALER tona Beach where \Mis. Campbell ,! ",
ON FRIGIDAIRE AND SMALL APPLIANCES Is employed).
SALES SERVICE
Ocala home town of the Governor
MAYTAG +
APPLIANCES
SUCH AS TOASTERS, FA: rr
JOHNSON OUTBOARD IRONS AND SEWING 11 was well represented by:
MOTORS CHINES Mr and Mrs. C. Wisdom O'Neal;
LAWN MOWERS HODGES Mr. and Mrs L. B Lovett; Mr. '
*
DAVE'STRADING Fisherman HavenOKEECHOBEE and Mrs. Robert Mullls; Mr. and *<**&* ? 1 I

GILBERT and Mrs. James Weaver; Ron ,
CENTER aid Jr. and K. K. Kennedy .
PHONE ROdeo 2-4231 PHONE 26023 FLA. Spencer, ''Ii I'' I'f' '? ( I, , EXCITING NEW PRODUCTS ARE CREATED FOR .YOU!
f : I t ,
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I.l fl$ wii tflw r(l I*"J1 ll Y T
Also present from Florida .
were Mr. and Mrs. Raymond ,' 'I .tl yes everything under Meekiru Sun Is designed ts bring you tha very finest "" .'

CONCRETESEPTIC Mason, Mr and Mrs. Ray Richardson cf Engineered Concrete Products .,. product! tha Will t
Ed Ball, of Jackson. "
TANKS Livestock Hauling vllle; and Mr. and Mrs. Nelson ,. 4Hb offer you more,In economy,.In comfort, and In teauty than, ,any other.f"

Grass Planting Poynter (he's publisher of the "e material l, Tt dtstmctisn of originality h yours when'lou! '
Will Bu or Sell GREASE TRAPS AUDREY STORMANLocal St. Petersburg Times); Mr. and : l r '
turn to versatile and economical concrete. VVhether'you are tu'dMg; or r'a
Mrs. Sherman Smith Jr., Vero jS
REAL ESTATE INSTALLED and Long Beach, Senator and Mrs. Sam. ,v Improving-whe you are thinking of a new office bucking or ,'t "fit t"fttr

ROdeo 2.1391 Distance Hauling uel Gibbons, Tampa; Mr. and j a patio wall around your backyard barSacus'-lt'pa.'i rta
Phone RO 2.5954 Mrs. Philip J. Lee, Tampa; plusa
INQUIRE AT JOE'S of concrete. and when yaJVd* it will :nk cf
ROdeo 2-4724 anl Leave Word dozen or so scattered execu Ala tjvnl M. pay >ou lo th

LIQUOR STORE Route 1. Box 38 thes of Sears Roebuck. 1, fAi kiss "-' firs: in South Florida since 922
CALL OKEECHOBEE, FLA.
As it turned out the luncheonwas
a gay and happy affair r

Much credit must go to Syd for tr rmi Jhe ,fall" tlstory on hex to ass centrals In ne'N and eel tng r nays ,

HAY E S LOVELY keeping the festivltes short it told In our fj1: i0 o'btochure.' Rin ti rc .nCsicretaVituw. .
SHIRLING with no speech making Hbrought : "
ELECTRIC I BEAUTY SALON I") ,' ttr.tt uuf Ddiiin Capt.far your f rs. cyies. '
PLUMBING his party to a close by ,4v

FIVE 'j'RAINED PEOPLE SERVICENEW saying: "It feel as though
Residential CARE FOR YOUR BEAU somebody has left a door open,
and NEEDS LOCATION so let's depart before it gets

COMMERCIAL Conveniently Located At \n-Mlle North Klssimme cold." As he said those words,
WIRING FIFTH and OSCEOLA 51 Bridge-Road 78 little did he realize that the
C. H. SHIRLING first flakes of snow had begunto 4t "y
Licensed Phone ElectrIcIan ROdeo 2.1021 fall-the snow that was to ,, rte ,p ore RadC 0,6.1141 4.. Rodeo 38! "r'f OKE C1i0f16E rv P i Box" 441 ,
paralyze Washington and almost
RODEO 2-4643 For Appointments Call d PHONE ROdeo 2-4160 I' ruin the entire social swirl of

., the inauguration.



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NEWSPAPER ALSO, FOR THE FIRST-OF- MARKET EDDIES
THE WEEK CHECK OUR WINDOW EDDIE HARGRAVES ROAD 70-EAST OKEECHOBEE PH.24271
THESE PRICES GOOD THROUGH
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Rib or Brisket Stew LB. 29c k y SWIFTS SWEET RASHERPICNICS

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Ground Beef 3 Lb. Pkg $1 z P _ Lb.
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LYKES PURE PORK ROLL

PORK CHOPS 69C .
Center Cut Lb. SAUSAGE SELECT EXTRA LARGE .
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PORK LOIN ROAST First Cut :. 39C 31 Lb. Pkgs. BANANAS

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19cPEAS Birdseye Frozen 2 For 35C
APPLE SAUCE JAR '
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MOTTS ORANGE JUICE 2 For 39c .
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Q,. FROZEN ALL VARIETIES
TV DINNERS Birdseye Each 49c RED FRESHGRAPES
KLEENEG ROLL PKG.
KiTCHEN\ \ TOWEL 39c SUNSHINE '+
Hi-Ko Crackers 33c
1 Lb. Pkg. '
2 Lbs. 1.1
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CANNED BISCUITS 5 39c Marshmellows" v< '
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NOTICE 1 THE OKEECHOBEE NEWS PAGE 3

Classified Ads I You are Invited to a Box Friday, January 27, 1961
Supper at th eAmerlcan Legion ,
Post on Jan. 27 at 8 p.m.
I
' OAND13LA8T 1(} NII"'SRRJtT7AINT"Ot0"7l,Itfi
FOR SALE Acre of land. Will FOR SALE 2 Bedroom CBS Please come and bring a box. 14' tr RaalUTI, Mvtuit+rah
trade for house trailer or sell for House. Under Construction. Northof Proceeds will be used to beau. i
cash. Contact Hobert Clay at RO Hospital. Call Rodeo 2-2163. tify the memorial in the park.
23141. 1.20 11-411 Sponsored by the Legion Auxlllray. ) ,
1.20,27 r
FOR RENT Furnished cabins, HELP WANTED
electric kitchens. P P. Evans, Mil .or Female. Cltrlcal LEWIS DREESE was named
Phone 2-3X1.: 7-24tf and Secretariat Flva day winner of the free Gilbert's The. ALL KINDS

Week Writ. D."pt. OKB acre pass this week. + Neoo SpocUlut
FOR SALE Three Bedroom
car of Okllchobll News.
House and lot, $100 down. Jim LET'S TRADE MOWERS
Walter Corp., office located N. of 7-JWf JUST CALL ROdeo 2-4231 today ...: ..,:,. ..,....,. -. .u+o-nvi+A ..
post office on 441. Call RO 61601. for a FREE demonstration on 3005 S. Dixie FORT PIERCE Ph. HO 4-1399
M3tf USED TV'S your lawn. We'll trade on the
GOOD CONDITION spot. Sizes and prices to fit your
FOR SALE Two Bedroom needs. .
house and lot, $100 down. Jim CENTRAL ELECTRIC and GAS I GILBERT'S '
.. .>., r-.. . YOUR HIGHEST PRICESCOME
.to' : .
-Your 'If
NVa'ter Corp., office located N. of Credit I It Good '
I ., /I\:\. & k Xe'i"1 tl. ,<..j\ ;. ? t.
FOR REPAIRS Frigidalre and ;
Office
Post on 441 or Call RO on I .
r.M.wrtl1rt13. ...,:
c--1(4t."t .. f .
6-1601, Okeechobee. l-13tf FOR SALE Used Heavy Duty May tag Appliances call GIL i& ..\ ""i >' FROMCOMPETITIVE
Air Compressor Complete with BERT' ROdeo 2-4231. tf PRIVATE LINE-Whenever the wanderlust hits him, all Charley Mart of Pittsburgh Pa.,
FOR RENT Furnished nice tank. Suitable for garage or has to do is go into his back yard and hop I train on the "Wellington Line. Marr, I West I
clean one or two room apartment, truck stop. $223 Okeechobee NOTICEI Inghouse Copper Mill employe, turned a lifelong Interest in trains into a l00-foot-long miniature BIDDINGAT
by week or month. Utilities fur. Trailer and Fishing Resort. will not be responsible for any railroad ha constructed himself at a cost of $900. And, while some lines are having
difficult times, Charley Is planning to add more cars and trackage. Riding the gasoline-pow:
nished. Road 78, Telephone ROdeo 1-13,20,27: debts incurred by anyone other ered train are Marc, left, and his family Mrs. Marr, Dorothy, Charles III and Walter. YOUR LOCAL
3-3165. 4-29tf than myself.
New and Used NORMAN R. EZELL -SPECIAL THIS WEEK-: Mesdames R. L. Brown E. B. .
FOR RENT- Three Room House TRAILER FURNITURE M3,20,272-3; 2 Pen Desk Set with Calendar Davis, Enola Elledge, Joe Gal-
with sun porch. Adults only. On Anything for Trailers Regular $4.95 bralth, Steve Johnston, Robert MODERNIZINGYOUR LIVESTOCK AUCTION

Okeechobee Road. Inquire Telephone One Stop Trailer ServiceLOCKWOOD DAVE'S TRADING CENTERBox New This Week only $3.50 Link R. B. Meserve, William
ROdeo 24178. l-6tf 806 Okeechobee, Florida SOUTH FLORIDA Preston, Vernon Reeves, Charles HOME

FOR SALE OR TRADE Two. 1904 S. 4th St. Ft. Pierce Phone 2-6023 Office Equipment and SupplesP Robbins John Roe, Sr., Berne HEATING ? MARKETLast
Bedroom Furnished Cottage. Jal -FOR- SALE J. 0. Box 1471 Okeechobee I Welch, Miss Jo Parrish and two I .

ousie front porch. Lot 50x135 Mark 75 Mercury W/Controls, 1 Rollaway ............... ..$18.00 guests, Mrs. Johns and Mrs. W GENERAL '
Beautiful lawn with fruit and $395; Scott 60 With Remote con 1 Wardrobe ................$25.00 Garden Club E. Croson. ELECTRICWEATHERTROFT year nearly 60% of Florida Cattle
palm trees. Solar system Insures 1 China Closet .............$29.00 The next meeting will be held .
trois, $381 1959 Scott 40 HP E'.eetrie !
; Meeting J Held at the home of Mrs. John Roe, Sr. Sold at Auction
.. .
hot water without cost. Car porte $321; 1959 Gale Electric HP, 1 23" Girls Bike ...... .$15.00
Dresser and ....... Mrs. Charles Robbins will be co- ALL. ELECTRIC HEAT PUMPS
Within four miles of Lake Worth $151; 1959 Evinrude 5135 HP, 1 Chest $29.00I ( The Garden Club members met .If'
| Write Box 656, Okeechobee dh $285; 1958 Johnson 10 HP, $151. 40 I DAVE'S TRADING CENTERBox j at the home of Mrs. Phillips on hostess. /' :
Okeechobee I AUTOMATICOPTRA. 1"Q!>4S
other used motors to choose from BOO ]Bluefield Ranch Saturday at 1:00:
FOR SALE Two new 3Bed. .SPORTSMAN: CENTER Phone 2.6025 I p. m. for a luncheon meeting, A ,sAP!. AND CLEAN:
I room unfurnished houses. See G. i luncheon: of salad, coffee tea and Coffee beans are not beans, OKEECHOBEELivestock
Fort Pierce, Fla. te ENHANCES
INCOME: TAX TIME IS HERE HlOflKJ't.
W. Clay at Railroad Store, Okee hot rolls was served, with choc but berries. They were first I
chobee. ll4tfI FOR SALE OR TRADE One AGAIN . For professional as Ie olate cake for dessert. After the used as a food when discoveredin
DID1ER ROODAMRNCOOITIOIkG
sistance with your tax problems! j Africa during the Middle : Auction Market
I Shetland Stud colt. One 22 HP I lunch, Mrs. Meserve called the > I
FOR SALE 20 Lots, guaranteed
Johnson Outboard. Wuold like to see Bill and Dee Presley, 914 West Ages. Last year the coffee and ,
II meeting to order and the roll call ; ,:" ;
(title. $350 each. Four lots, $500 8th Street, Okeechobee. Call RO ,. . .
trade for bull. Cal tea industries told Americans "
young angus answered t : : '
each. was with names of .
1958 Dodge 2-door : !
hardtop. Dr. Frank Platt. ROdeo 61421. 2.1101 for appointment. Office is about their beverages with $7 i : > 'l-" Y
[$60 per month. Phone RO 22163. ground coverings such as Ivy. LrIflv\ : 'k ...
11-18U! l-20Lf located at S. Park St., RO 2-1901 Mrs. R. L. Brown read the minutes million worth. of newspaper ad. I II AUCTIONS EVERY TUESDAY
vertising.If
WANTED TO BUY Used Pony WHITE RIDGE WATER 5 gal. and explained that the speak. i Herman S. Beebe, Manager Phone RO 2.5521
FOR SALE 100x140 feet on Hy Cart. Call ROdeo 2-3221 or RO 2- 85c plus deposit. Distilled water er, Mrs. Henry Pennock, District E
188 south of Basnlger, E. M. Bart. 3141. dh I 25c gallon plus deposit.PARK Dorector, had been unable to at. a husband Joins a religious 598FOR OKEECHOBEE, FLORIDA "
[nett 1953 West Road, Jacksonville DRUG CO., Phone RO 2-3271 tend. Mrs. Ditterllne of Fort group that doesn't believe in
Florida. 1-20,27 11.13tf Pierce had been Invited to speakin marriage his wife has groundsfor
SEPTIC TANKS and GREASE:
her place. She gave an InterestIng divorce in Kentucky and New .. ..
OSEE RAULERSON: may claim TRAPS CLEANED and RepaIred. USED APPLIANCES AND TV'S FREE, t. IJIIIlL : IIUIII1I
his free theatre pass at Gilbert1 -Phone Okeechobee RO 2-4724 or Frigidalre 30-Inch range .....$71 talk on "My Pictures" which Hampshire. tiSTI4LtTES'1: ..
she Illustrated with her own water aLT I a1 OWl
fox office RO 22071. GE 21-Inch TV consolette .. ..$89! .
color and oil has Cent'ralElecti) J ic'
paintings fo The Rock of Gibraltar : roO
.. [
Zenith 21-inch TV consolette $79!
.:- 1m t t I lIt"'rmlll'm"' ", II II to' I" II ,: III : WATFORD APPLIANCESPhone tropical plants. been a British possession since ) and Ga .Co. r..J I
: Attending the .meeting were 1713.
RO 2-7191 I Best of Cadillac ServiceFactory -


LOJ NS I IBILES DOES SEWING YOUR SEWING MACHINES MACHINE 216 BULLS 216 ""..

4 NEED SERVICING We give Trained Mechanics and
ONE: DAY Srevice-90 day guar.
anteed parts for all machines. We Orignal Equipment Parts

AUTOMC) I ICES also have rebuilt Singers another OCALA BULL SALE

new sewing machines. We
: APPLIAI do buttons buckles, belts and but.!
ton holes. Free Home Demonstra
i S HOME EMODELING tions. LEWIS THOMPSON: 132 February 7 1961-12 Noon *

I Depot Drive, Fort Pierce, HO ,
BUSINE IS; EXPANSIONS
l 16237. 1.2Otf Greatest Bull Sale Ever Held In Florida
SMALL LOAN:: DEPARTMENT >
Ik For Sale Used Frigidaire Wash. Motors -
. Reed-Haughton
J. J' ..
$49.50,,.Reg. P
.. I' er. Special pricv '84 Hereford Bulls I.
Price, $99.50. Gilberts, RO 2423".i i


; OKEECOUNT HOBEE: I I I !RSALE Used FrIgidaire 1.27FO 83 Angus Bulls CADILLAC-PONTIAC DEALERS

Range. Sale Price, 049.50. Reg
16 Brahman Bulls I
I Price $99.50. Gilberts, Phone RO 621 South 4th Street


'Y BANK I 24231."The Star Spangled Banner"1.27 6 Charbray Bulls : HO 1-6060 Fort Pierce, Florida

__
actually is a poem sung to a mlll""IU UJI I ,
Bulls N
27
J t tune called "Anacreon In Hea.f Brangus

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heavily soiled clothes temperatures safer-at lower; gives you NO EXTRA: COSTI I Up to 30 thrifty miles per ,the.newest..ha
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I plane. The officer were credited to be given top construction priority PAGE 4 THE! OKEECHOBEE NEWS
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Depth with caving the women from when funds axe made Friday, January 27, 1961
1958 BUICK 159500 serious injury from the fire by available. ,
pulling them from the wreckage.
Said Okay The Okeechobee News
Century, 4 dr: hardtop, power brakes & power steering Discuss Plans Chicken FeedA

A Entered:; as Second: Class Matter July 1,1911 at the Post Office in
Beauty Sufficient depth of water r< chicken barbecue supper was Okeechobee, Florida, Under Act of March 8, 1879
mains In the Fort Pierce bar For
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bor, a recently submitted sound CollegeCounty given by Mrs. Zibe Williams hon. Subscription Price (in advance) per year S3.00
Two Years $3.00; Six Month $2.00. Shorter periods not acceptecLLAMONTE
1958 FORD 129500 the of her husband
Ing sheet on the turning basin School Supt. Ben 1. wing birthdays
and channel howi.- Bryan. Dr. Maxwell C. King, and Mrs. Kenny Ford. A delicious EMMALENE B. MOORE II. Advertising Manager
4 dr. Fairlane, Auto Trans,Air Conditioner, Ready to oG The U.S. Corps of Engineers' president at Indian River Junior menu was served, con.
regular survey of the dredgedareas Allege, and architects Kendall listing of barbecued chicken and PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY AT OKEECHOBEE. FLORIDA
reveals only minor silting Jr. Published and printed in Okeechobee County, Fioriday{ Heart ofthe
: Starratt and Robert Terry ribs, roasted oysters lasagne, po
1957 BUICK 109500Special around corners and at edges of yesterday Inspected the college tato salad, baked beans, broccolI Florida Dairy Country and Cattle Industry,with the Best Bass
the basin with the regular 25- campus: site and discussed In. with a cream sauce a fruit salad Fishing in the World
4 dr., Dynaflow, Extra Clean foot depth prevailing elsewhere fori.ally the general developmentplan. not rolls, coffee and tea.
i The sounding sheet was presented .
at the weekly meeting of The architects will work on a Enjoying the evening were the Pool Equipment Repairs
1954 BUICK 39500 the Fort Pierce Port Authoritythis general layout for campus development families of Haynes Williams, Bill
morning.The and decision will be Williams, Dalton Brette Osee
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GEORGE
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e authority also authorized made later as to the facilities Jeffers and the Ford's.
4 Dr Std. Trans.
Special termite control measures for two I.
county-owned buildings on Causeway
POOL BUILDER
1952 FORD 25000 Island occupied by Fort
Pierce Marine and Better Sea FRAME OR BLOCK HOMES Residential & Commercial

"6" /a ton, Pickup Truck. Good Shape ; foods. CALL COLLECT

: ON YOUR LOT
1952 CHEVROLET 35000
McCarty's Sister 1301 Juanita Ave. HO 1.1606, Fort Pierce, Fla.

V ton Pickup Truck, New Tires '& Shell of Completely Finished

Saved From Fire'C HOMES ........................................
New Cars!!!! See The 1961 OPEL Now! '* CBS 1 1
Mrs., Evelyn Stark of Jackson. Call Write Us Today
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vile sister of the late Gov. Dan 1 1
( McCarty and of prominent Fort Box 383-Phone FR 5.2529 NOTICE
I PORES INC Pierce attorney John McCart 1 1
and Brian McCarty, escaped I "
serious injury yesterday, No Down 1 1(
when her sports car went our Money "
of control] near Jacksonville and I = TO PROPERTY OWNERS =
crashed into a gasoline station
hitting several pumps and starting Low Monthly PaymentsACE
a $5,000 fire. Of Basswood PropertiesAnd =

i A passenger In the Stark car HOME BUILDERS, Inc. = Residents Of !
Mrs. Jean LIndley 23, also es
L caped harm in the accident.
4I which occurred as the wome Okeechobee, Florida !
were being escorted to Imeso Bowling Green, Florida
Airport by a Duval County patrol i. 1 1 1
car to catch a chartered. i Several false rumors have recently been circulated j
j concerning the relationship between a Mr. :

I ATTENTION CATTLEMEN = Arthur T. Childers and Basswood, Inc., a duly reg. :
= istered Florida corporation chartered according to i
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i the Florida Corporate laws to deal in real estate j

I I I Custom Hay Baling j development and sales with its president being Mr :
I = G. F. Widoff a resident of Fort Lauderdale, Florida, =

DURRANCE AND SONHAY ,= 2033 N. E. 16th Street with principal offices, Route :

1 t 1I 1 2, Box 29, Okeechobee, ROdeo 26282. 1:

FOR SALE = Since these rumors have reached such proportions :
LIVESTOCK HAULINGBox = this paper has been kind enough to allow :

I 1Ij 997 R M I o 2-3152 i us the opportunity to explain the doubt that has :
I II 1 arisen In the minds of some people. 1:

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j Mr. Arthur T. Childers, president of Futuramic j
I 1 : Interprises is in no way connected with any of the :
: ARE YOU PLANNING : = officers, agents, representatives of the company of 1
I, i i 1 Basswood, Inc. It has been reported to us that Mr. 1
j : A TRIP? : : Childers has given this impression to many businerU j
j and residents of this
people city which we would =
: It's always wise to prepare for emergencies. Here'swhat = like to herewith publicly refute. =

'J happens in case you have the misfortune to be' i, We told Mr. Childtrs approximately 20 acres of S
In accident.. r I prtow fond for. d.v.lcpm.nt of,hit proposed fiberglass 1"""\
t4 ',You may be involved immediately with doctor, hospital r : boat factory and fiber glass swimming fab =
and medical bills. There will be reports to fill : ricating plant several weeks ago. 1
out and claims to file. There may be damage to I
your car and the other car. It may be necessary for 1: When evidence! was later presented that Mr. i
you to post a bond before continuing your journey. j: Childers would not perform his obligations under j
1 To be on the safe side, many people check their insurance I j: our contract of sale, he was asked to vacate the :
n1 ih. over with us before leaving on a trip. Thereare : premises and his temporary office, a trailer, which 1
s, in which be useful. 1 I he had occupied on this tract of land. This was 1
many ways we can
t USE MOORE'S 1: our only experience with this man and his actions j
: 1 I on his part cannot be considered a reflection upon j
R. M. MESERVE :
--- S T STUCCOGARD, 1 this company, its agents or officers. 1

f'I. +ptill v vY ,: GENERAL INSURANCE AGENT : :- We sincerely regret the doubt and fear that 1!

.eeea+ c .. / I . & BONDS . : has been raised in the minds of some of our net j
1 Phone RO 2-4011 : customers by these rumors and hope that continued :

I. t I ItSUCEOGARD' "' _ROM&. "R.\\.9;<<,,_m.'wm.>< will result in satisfaction and the realization of :
I'' .w .UIIR . pi !; being a property owner in what we hope to be one i
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