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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: March 31, 1961
Publication Date: -1992
Frequency: triweekly[<1989>-1992]
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Coordinates: 27.241667 x -80.833056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 82, no. 91 (Sept. 13, 1992).
General Note: "The voice of the Everglades."
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 6, no. 24 (Jan. 8, 1926).
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Volume 50-Number 32 Oktechobte, Florida, March 31, 1961 Telephone. ROdeo 2-3221 and 2-3141 lOe .Per Copy

By LAMONTE H. MOORE

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in We last felt real week's good Issue about, a headed story Let's Quit Dallying I I Boys School

'Battle cf Ol.eechobce": concerning While the city and county dally around about the Host To Sunrise
a proposal to divide Lake purchase of a second fire truck, fire losses continueto Most Bills

Okeechobee equally between the mount. A prime example of their negligence was Easter Service Proposed

counties surrounding \the Big shown last week, when Okeechobee's lone fire truck Sunriise Easter Services .
Lake. Presently about 80 per was called a couple of miles north of town to extinguish -. Jointly
sponsored by the churches of
an automobile blaze The car, a station wagon,
cent of \the lake Is claimed by
Okeechobee county and the Floe
belonging to Leo Law of Okeechobee, was totally
Palm Bacch county. Emerson ida School for Boys, will be held

Moore, who published The Indiantown destroyed. - --- for the First time this year. The Board
Press for two and a half Sunrise services will be held on Approved by

years, wrote the article. He obtained the school campus at 6 o'clock, .
his Information from Rep

:Bill Scott of Martin County and am.The program is under the direction ..

from either sources, and he gave of Rev. John M. Dickson A public hearing was held in I Authorizing! funds for county
IrAw
a great deal of credit to Scott school chaplain. The two chapel the commission room at the I advertising. This act has caused

However, It has been called to I choirs will sing appropriate Easter court house Tuesday at 2 p. m. I considerable discussion. A sum
our attention that the originator s 'd I Anthems, and Carl Baker, a member 4,+a k 4k for the purpose of reviewing and of $10,000 has been allotted by

cf the Idea was our own Representative of the colored department explaining proposed .county leg. the county for the past five yearsto

W. Allen Markham. I chapel choir will sing, "Were islation. Representative Allen the Chamber of Commerc

Markham, Scott and the repre- I You There When They Crucified ? d"I T'W Markham, who was in charge of Many present questioned value
tentative from Hendry County I My Lord?'' Prayers and scripture the meeting explained to the received for the\ money expendedin

took the proposal to Senator I readings will be given by local group present that bills which the past. Rep. Markham saida

Ralph Blank of Palm Beach students and the Rev Cooper a f V 4d will be handled by the legislaturewere I previous meeting was held and
County for his consideration I Marshall, pastor of the First Late
to be in by March 28. anyone who wished to object
tlank, who Is an expert on maneuvers Baptist Church of Okeechobee, 4 bulls can only 'introduced bya 'should have done so then. Ha la
urged the representa will bring the Easter Mess. the Senate In the act.
I two-thirds vote of opposed to a change
lives to wait until the county sage. "The Lord's Prayer" will hIi1 he said This is to facilitate the A special act granting a !license -
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commissioners from the counties be sung by Paul Chapman
a work of the legislative body and to a colored barber is also
Involved could get together. This member of the white chapel
to prevent undesirable legislationto to be reenacted.The .
meeting never materialized and However, while the firemen were battling this choir. be pushed through at the last county dog vaccination act
ro bill was Introduced to divld* blaze, another fire broke out and because there was The services will be held on J moment, he explained. Legislature was approved as necessary.
the lake. However, Markham no equipment available, with which to fight the fire, the athletic field where seating convenes next week. Public recreation system. I
says such a bill will be introduced a church and a residence were destroyed. The home is available for several hundred Hospitalization Insurance for
in this year's session of the belonged to Flora Scott, colored, and along with the worshippers. In case of Inclem The sizeable group presentwas .
legislature and added that he house, went all her household goods and personal ent weather the program will be invited to approve or express county act employees.An that liquor
had little doubt of Its passage. It possessions, hundreds of dollars worth. The churchwas held Ins'de' the school auditor. disapproval of the proposedbills providing within I
the colored Church of God in Christ. It damaged ium. read at the meeting. They licenses not be granted a
v';U mean that Okeechobee will was J )1/a/ certain distance from schools or
fet its Just share of $100,000 secondary I beyond repair.On The program will be as follows fliif1: .1'IL were as follow: churches. I
e : Commission
road money now beinj l To empower the County Liquor license for hotels of SO I
togged by Palm Beach County Organ prelude, Larry Yancey; to borrow money up to more.
or
Call to Worship, Chaplain John and to pledge proposedrace guests
M. Dickson; Invocation, Phillip Mrs. Bill Harper and Mrs. Ted Lightsey proudly one year track funds to $50,000. The An act empowering the county I

Daughtery, student; Hymn, "Holy, display three of the 13 bass they and their hus- funds obtained will probably be to operate a garbage disposal!

A six year old colored boy '' Holy; Holy" Congregation, An. bands caught Tuesday while fishing at Tin Shack used on the new hospital. There plant.
Lawrence Eugene McQueen, them, Chapel Choir (Colored) An act authorizing the county I
Department Cove in Lake Okeechobee. The two couples left were no objections. ,
lured a mangled hand and to publish minutes of County
patient In a Fort Pierce lUf'I' Jensen ; Scripture, Rev. Alton from Okeechobee Resort, where Mr. and Mrs. To authorize> a flat $50 a month Commission and School Board
pastor of
us a result of the explosion 3 i I Church, Okcerhobee Assembly; Prayer, Rev God Harper live, and spent the afternoon on the lake. expense account for Commissioners meetings

dynamite cap. It is possible he 1 V J. Ragsdale] pastor First The women caught most of the bass, Mrs. Lightsey in the county, rather than an The last one read seemed to

will lose three or four fingers, be lM Methodist church, Okeechobee; catching the largest, which tipped the scales at nine itemized report as previously set take care of all the others. It
crippled: '! for We The boy found up by law. There will be no all acts affect- '
: ; Anthem, "He Lives", Chapel Choir pounds, 12 ounces. was for repeating
the dynamite cap and wanted to change as commissioners have the county.Je .
f (White) Department; OffertorySolo ing
tee what happened when he ap- I "Were You There" Carl 4 Large Bass drawn this amount for sometime

pLed heat to it. While holding it Baker, Student; Easter Message, Chairman Pearce said thatno GreenbergerNew
Caught FridayLake of the
records had been kept
. ever the flame ofJIe family Rev. Cooper Marshall, pastor
cook stove, it exploded, Injuringthe First Baptist Church, Okeecho- mileage of. members of the Manager tAt
Okeechobee and the area
and should not expectto
board they
and wrecking the stove bee
boy ; Hymn, "All Hail the Power"Congregation
surrounding the Big Lake is internationally
This accident is purely the re- Benediction! Paul f ; keep records of miles within Fair StoreJerry
; 1 1al
_ _____ famous for its bass
is in addition to
This
u ."u.. the county
sat of negigence, not IH Chapman, student; Postlude, Larry fishing. Occasionally, a fish story E. Greenberger has as-
lay, but ot one of the drivers otttanv Saturday afternoon the fire department was I Yancey crops up that 1* exceptional even the ten cents a male and $11 a stoned active management of the
'r trucks. Dynamite bused called to save the ,cemetery road bridge ,and for a. r Gy for the ultra-exceptional fishing day ckrawa byicotnnvmloncrf for Fair Store ta Okeecljobee, ac
to blast the stumps from the couple of hours, the city was without fire protection.: I Fort DrumOrganize In the area. For instance: out-of-county explained.meetings, R e p. cording to announcement made ..-
earth and the men doing this are Only other fire fighting equipment in the area, an iia Markham: There were Monday by Mrs. Marlon Green-
careless with the caps used. antiquated truck owned by the Everglades Fire District Friday. March 17, Cleve Barlow, no objections berger Mrs. Greenberger and

They carry them in \their pockets came lumbering to the bridge fire after the blaze owner of Barlow Fish Camp on Some questions were raised by her son Teddy have operated the

loose in the trucks, and no wan! under control. Scout Troop US 441, 12 mliles south of Okee- Col. Hamrick on the value of a store for several years following
The point we're trying to make is that the countyor chobee and "Pappy" Cone of by
care Is taken to keep them out A group of 40 or more Boy law library as proposed one the death of Leo Greenberg
cf( the hands of children. Some the city, or both, should immediately purchase a Scouts Miami, who has a cottage at of the bills Funds were inadequate recently to
from resigned
. Pahokee, Clewiston er. Teddy
second fire truck. The county has been horsing Barlow's and spends much of his of
t:hoes these men are said to explode and Indiantown spent lest week. he said for a library any accept a call as pastor of the
these caps for entertain'nent '. around for five years, inspecting government surplus time there, went fishing. That size. Attorneys present favoredthe
end at their new site First Baptist Church of Moor
and stalling. Fire Chief Olen Godwin has camp at .
children to see appeared was not exceptional for Cleve and"Pappy" bill.
permitting Richard Lee. The boys had
must before the board of county commissionersmany a but the resulting catch Haven.
the display. The practice times. great time telling stories and The proposed bill empoweringthe Jerry E. Greenberger Is a na

be stopped before some child is Okeechobee probably has the best volunteer fire playing games around \the campfire was. county to exchange tax foreclosure tive of Okeechobee. He is an

killed. The sheriff should warn department in the state, but it has always been ham and played until after mid. In one half hour using red and land for other land was Okeechobee high school graduate

every person handling dynamite pered by lack of equipment. These firemen work for night. Ak black eel lures, Cleve landed 4 met with express approval. This with the class of 1940. In 1945

end dynamite caps that thev free, as a matter of fact, they pay to belong to the They set out 28 orange trees large bass weighing 104\ 83i? 9tt will enable the county to trade he moved to Miami and for the
must not use them carelessly. It fire department. The least we can do( is supply them that had been donated by Mr. and 7Vi Ib. bass and smaller one, county-owned land for more desirable past 11 years has held a responsible

was only by the grace of God with the tools with which to work. And we must not Jergenson of Fort Pierce and MOORE AND BASS about 2 pounds. "Poppy" duringthe land for building or other position with Kurman and

that Lawrence Eugene McQueen wait until more lives and property are lost and des Mr. Cox of Fort Drum. Sunday (Moor In Background) same time came up with a 9V4 purposes. Tax lands could only Company, a large hotel and restaurant -
was not killed Sunday night. troyed. morning at C1apelJIe eight Fort and an 8 pounder, plus a couple be disposed of by direct sale In supply house.

Drum boys who had organizeda of smaller ones. the past. Greenberger and his wile

If there is righteousness in the Okcccliobee Seniors Leave On Tour Scout Troop were sworn in. TO EASTER BE SUNDAY EGG AT HUNT 2.30: Barlow said that 1nJIe\ last The act empowering the county Dahlia are parents of two child

beast there will be beauty in the Of Washington And New York The boys who are charter mem several weeks a large numberof to grant a garbage franchise was ren, a son Larry, 13, and a
character. If there is beauty in bers were Terry Davis Jimmy Plans for Okeechobee's see- big bass had been taken by I also approved by all present. daughter Janice, five. Mrs.
Davis, Richard Cross, Jim Ma. end annual Eatttr Hunt fishermen Greenbreger and the childrenwill
te character there will be bar By SYLVIA WOLFF Egg from his camp. Specs Some question was raised on
nony at home. If there Is harmony Lillle League rion, Kenny Marlon, James were completed this week end have also been taken by fisher. the act proposing an increase in move to Okeechobee following .
in the home, there will be The Okeechobee High School Jones and Maynard Jones. Mr. with the big party scheduledto men from his camp. Specs have salary for the school superintend. \the close of school. Green

order in the nation. When there Play To Start Seniors, 29 strong, with their six Martin of Fort Drum was chosen b. held at the school been plentiful he said. ent from $6,000 to $8,300. It was berger has bought his brother's

is] ; order in the nation, there will chaperons, left on Saturday on as their Scout Master. grounds with molt of the activity "Poppy" Conr has been fish. explained that a county must paya home in Wilcox Shores.
bo peace in the world.-Old First Of May the Silver Meteor for a week's Two weeks ago the Scouts from In' the area of the gym Ing in this area for many years superintendent more salary Always an Okeechobee booster,
Chinese Proverb. Seaboard planned tour to New Pahokee put down a well under cesium The Easter festivities/ and is well known In Okeechobee than any teacher or school principal Greenberger said be is pleased

Okeechobee's junior baseball York and Washington. the direction of Scoutmasters are under sponsorship of the Hs Is one of the most ardent, and therein for the schools to with the rapid growth and progress

schedule will start about May 1, With reservations alreadymade Mans and Reynolds. Bill Williams Junior Chamber of Commtrca. probably the most photographed remain accredited. of the area. He expressed

Our olid friend, Uncle Bill Well- according to decision reached in the cities of their visit, of the Indiantown troop put The JC's actually will sponsor fisherman In South Florida His Rep. Markham said that no satisfaction that the county> is
man underwent an unusual ex enthusiasm ran high as they up signs showing the entrancesto two parties, the second tab picture has been shown, with un to have a new bowling alley H*
Monday night at a meeting ofsponsors other county employee had approached
perience Tuesday when he killed prepared for their journey. the camp site held at the sama time at usual catches, many times in the him with a proposalfor Is a bowler of considerable prestige
a four-foot water moccasin. The coaches and manager, During their trip, they will visit the colored school In Cypress Miami papers. It has appearedin in salary. He in Miami bowling circles.No .

snake was so bulgy, Bill said I held at the home of Leo Gagnon.The such places of interest as the Quarters Two hundred dozen color, on the cover page of the stated an that Increase he was not In favor drastic changes are planned I'

that he decided to cut it open He I group estimated that about Emptit State Building, Fifth Avenue County Protests ggs will b* colored and Fun In Florida Section, and In of increases for court in the operation of the Fair
salary
found the reptile had swalloweda 230 boys and 50 adults would be Millionaire Row, Colombia hidden national sports magazines. Store, he said, and he added that
at the present
house employees I
speckled perch weighing almost involved! in the season's play. Because University, Harlem, Chinatown, UnsanitarySubdivisioji The kids will keep the egg Still another big bass story he was eager to meet all his old
toe. Most courthouse jobs are
a pound. Also he found 35 there are 12 league teams, the financial district, the Bow. they find and additional prim came to light when Lamonte basis he friends and become acquaintedwith
presently on a part time
snake eggs. Bill killed the snake plus some "farm" teams (teams ery, Greenwich Village, Museumof will b* given. Th. parties will Moore displayed a lOVi pound and the new people here.
with a shotgun. "First time I made up of boys 8 to 10)) games Natural History and Radio The Board> of County Commissioners get under way at 2:30: p. m. beauty caught he said in the said. The citrus growers record
ever got three dozen snakes with will probably be played every City Music Hall-all in New York concerned with unsanitary Klssimmee river. He refused to cattlemen also went on as

one shot" he commented. week day night with several afternoon City. Spare time also will be given conditions prevailing in a say where In the river, however, opposed to any such salary In. Wrestling Bouts

games. There also will in New York for shopping, housing development near the EASTER HOLIDAY "There are more like It In \the creases. To Be Held
is like buying oats. be four colored Little League seeing shows and other activities, west edge of town on Road 70( Local schools are observing a same place," he said. Two acts concerning the city
Quality read. A special act specifying
If you want nice, clean fresh oats teams. I while accompanied by chaperons appealed to the State Board> of holiday, and there will be no were terms for city At Gymnasium
Health] for advice on the situa school four-year
After leaving New York Friday, March 31, which
you must pay a fair price How. Because of the many boys Involved ancon councilmen. Two will be elected The American Legion will sponsor -
the return trip, there will be lion. Is Good Friday. This will be the Heiisley Gets
ever if you can be satisfied with of I another match at the high I
there is a shortage in where The area, originally five acre last holiday of the school year, at one time and three at a wrestling
Washington
oats that have been thru the horse fields and fields. a stop-over Bid retaining experienced this Thursday
playing practice On Trucks thereby some school gymnasium
\the group will tour the Bureauof plots, has been broken up Into Classroom parties were held In I
That comes a little cheaper. There is only one lighted fieldin Engraving and Printing, the lots and 24 small homes have the primary and elementary councilmen on the board night and will feature in card

Okeechobee but the Florida Washington Monument, the FBI been erected to date. The houses grades Thursday afternoon.Methodists Bid for the purchase of two at all times. The other act would Violet Ray, light weight champIon -
School for Boys will have a lighted were described as sub-standard. new County trucks, two.ton, was empower( ) the city to purchase or of the world and Marlene
Mt. Vernon
Rev Rice To field available by May and building National, Cemetery, Uncoln, Arlington Me. The lots, according to the district awarded toJIe lowest bidder, erect a building, indebtedness not Schmidt, European champion.
the American Legion has agreedto State Health Board director, Hensley Tractor and, Truck of to exceed 75000. This will enable Gorgeous George well-known In
mortal Jefferson Memorial the
Serve ApopkaRev develop a playing field near Smithsonian, Institute, Capitol, are 5oxl50 feet. Because no elec. To Sponsor Moore Haven, The bid was $5552 \the city to build a new post Hollywood as \the glamour boy,
the Legion Home. trio power is available to the for two International trucks, plus office. will meet Verne Gainer, who has
I til of and the
Library Congress
Edmund H. Rice a retired Boys who have not signed up Supreme Court. area as yet, no inside plumbing Egg Hunt trade in of a 1953 and a 1958 Salary for the board of public appeared In many TV wrestling
truck. The board voted comes under the population cards.
minister of Okeechobee. has warnedby has been Installed an additional Instruction
for this year's play were Friday March 31, arrival will '
been called as interim pastor of the committee that they must be made in OkeechC>bee. Expect. The County Board Is primarily There will be an Esater Egg t $60 per unit fort a. heavy act'and must be. reenacted The matches will start prompt-
the First Baptist Church of Ap. have their application forms fill. I ed are a tired, but smiling group concerned with the prevention of hunt at the First Methodist duty axle. Hensley promised delivery to provide salary for members ly'at 8 o'clock and the proceedswill

opka. He and Mrs. Rice will ed out by Monday Names of I of teenage travelers, bewilderedby : further developments of this na. church In Okeechobee Friday af within 30 days. He asked of the board. School Superintendent be used to further the Youth

move this week and begin their new players will be drawn on the big cities and greatly enlightened Hire starting, hence the appealto ternoon at 3 o'clock. The hunt is immediate release on the tradein Omar Hunt said. No Guidance movement in Okeechobee. -

work April 1. They will serve until Tiesday night and assigned to about points of interest the Board of Health sponsored by the children's di- trucks but was refused by the amount of salary Is specified In .
the church secures a regular The Dr. Miller, State Health Board, vision of the Methodist Sunday board of county commissionerson > the bill but the opinion expressed
their respective teams. com which they may never have another
pastor, suggested that county zoning was School the grounds that \the trucks by those present was that $100a CITY COURT
will be
mittee said no boys ac. opportunity to see.
Rev. Rice retired from the active the most logical solution to the Each child attending Is askedto were needed every day and could month was not too much. I Only two cases came before
after
pastorate In 1957 and built cepted Monday.) problem. Chairman John Pearce make an Easter hat and to not be released until new ones Other population acts which. City Judge Donald Mack Mon

a home on \the Indiantown road. Practice already has startedfor Mrs. W L. Hendry and children agreed \that zoning, due to the furnish some eggs. At the end of were delivered.The have been outgrown that the : day. They were David C. Kkn-

lIe has served as supply pastorIn some teams and schedules spent the week end with Mrs rapid growth of the county, was: the hunt prizes will be given to low bid was $457.82 less county board wishes to retain are I brough, drunk and disorderly,
a number of churches in this for practice and the season's Della Sullivan In Kissfanmee and now necessary and indicated thatit the child wearing the most unusual than the next low bid made by An act empowering the county $15 or 15 days and Charlie

section Including the First Bap. game will be set up in the near Dr. and Mrs Leroy Reams in would be adopted in the near hat All children 0JIe\ Minton Equipment of Fort Pierce to maintain ditches and drain- I I Moore, drunkenness, $10 or 10

Lot church of Okeechobee. I future. I Orlando. future. community are Invited to attend. -also for International trucks. age/ ; days.IIIIIIt .




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Pag 2 Oketchobtt News, Friday, March 31, 1961LETTERS to da with a tax increase other I prised of five members.It Forest Pearce largest Idlvklual planter in the Misnomer travels of the 16th century-takes!
than to voice an opinion, a right I would also have
meant that
has planted 40,000 of the Its from
county name a large marine
10THE EDITOR : accorded to every tsxpcjer. Id we established the budget requirements Largest Planter USS. Triton the, swift, miclearpowered I IInall.
/ / fact, as I recall, some of our as submitted by all 60000 seedlings on his Sebrlng subrnarnie that The name also is that of .

elected: officials favored a 100 I county agencies something Of Slash Pine Ranch. Pearce, working closely followed an undersea route paralleling the merman son of Poseidon, the
Lomonte II Moore Commlssijiieis and levied
i are by per cent assessment program I neither of us even saw until with the Florida Forest Service Magellan's world-girdling Greek god: of the sea. tWHISPERING
Editor The Okeechobce News the Tax Assessor within thlse re
t and almost succeeded In getting copies were distributed by the According to Florida Forest farm forester R. C. Kornegay
.
Okoechobee. Florida quliements. The Board of County it accepted. Had this happened, I Commissioners alter having been Service records the landownersIn began his planting operation I I .
Dear Monte, Commissioners also approvesthe taU of us would have felt the Impact I accepted and approved. Highlands County will plant during the 195940 planting sea PINES: :
I thought you might be interested tax rolls and holds a public
60,000 slash pine seedlings: before with the
far more severely than the Another rumor making the son planting of 20,000 Io
in knowing that some local meeting concerning taxes and relatives small increase that wai I rounds Is that I tried to get either the 19GO-61 pine planting sea each of the north and south OKEECHOBEE'S NEWEST SUBDIVISION I
circles are crediting me, awl l tax equalization prior to their
ac son comes to a close this mon Florida of slash
made under the current 40 to 60 the county or city to hire me variety pine. J
come both you and me with ceptance. ,per cent evaluation prollram.I I as manager and was refused the th The present planting Is all of Ideally located, lust north of Okeechobee on
taxes having been raised In 10 Since any approval by the I Job. This, too, is ridiculous since Forest Pearce of Okeechobee the North Florida variety.. U.S. 441-High, dry pint-studded land In 2Va
Seems to me that if more people board! requires a majority vote For you or me to have been
I have never made such an application and 5-acrt plots which also can be subdivided.Streets .
knew a little more about of its members and since the !responsible for the raise in taxes a
I have, and do the of
supper Convenient to City 1
budgets! and taxes they might only superior the tax assessor however, it would mean that our and drainige.
lealize that this Is Impossible has Is the governor of the state :word or Influence exceeded that the theory that a management Pool Equipment Repairs Okeechobee, schools, churches, market and to r
Since taxes are determined by It seems pretty ridiculous for of the Assessor as welt as a maJority program, either separate or com beautiful Lake Oketchobet. t.
binned Is needed for both the
budget requirements as estab- anyone to ever think that either I vote of the Board of Coun county: and city, but until such GEORGE W. LAPPTHE Hero Is your opportunity to own I big, well to
J Ishde: by the Board of County I could have had
you or anything ty Commissioners which is com- and with
'time as those governing_ bodies, cated home site at reasonable prices a .
establish such a position, it low down payment. Com us or call and w.
POOL BUILDER t
seems pretty obvious that no one will gladly show you Whispering Pines
could apply for the Job. Reiiciwntial. A Commercial
Where or how such rumors get
SONSREAL
HODGES AND
started Is beyond my ability to CALL COLLECT
h
comprehend but I am willing to ESTATE

answer any fa-L questions at any 1301 Juamta Av. HO 1.1606, Fort Pierce, Fla. Phone Rodeo 2-6134 OKEECHOBEE
time from anyone concerning my
.ee..e
v'ews' on local matters or with

regard to anything I have said .
or done in connection with such
matters. I am sure you feel the

same way. Get Your Car Ready For SpringYOUR
Just for the sake of the record

The season to feel beautiful however, let me again say thatI
do not feel that anything I
.
have done, said, or written, as CAR IS IN
Influenced the outcome of the tax
GOOD HANDS WHEN
situation either before during,
YOU TURN IT ;,., "" eJ.f
or stance the time I worked for ,
GAY GIBSON The Okeechobee News. OVER TO

Sincerely yours GILBERT'SFOR .
BILL PRESLEY .ti
A SPRING

MARTHA MANNINGMR. CHECKUP!
Dear Su,
1 You may be !surprised to re
ceive this letter from me, ss I
live in Columbus, Ohio. If you
SIMON should check your files you will
find that I am a subscriber to

I jour interesting newspaper.
!' The purpose of my writing to
COVER GIRL you is to commend you for your
courageous stand concerning the j
lack of and need for a progressive (I

and forward looking body SN w 1
,- STYLES of business and community lead.

ers in Okeechobee City The past
ten years the State of Florida
has made tremendous strides in
ALSO growth[ In population and Indus-
try and as I understood your ed-
MADELINE Itorlal Okeechobee City Is in a

t MOORE irowth.position to move ahead with this PRICES

Your paper of the following CYLINDER
week proved that your positionwas
correct. If industries suchas
this want to locate in the $795
Okeechobee area they should be

welcomed. CYLINDER
Keep up the good work and
f + 12I3M
lots of Success to your newspaper e
$995WE
and to the bright and pros. ;i E
porous future of the City of need
keechobee Winter-weary cars I

JOSEPH RONSON this tonic!
.; '-;..,4 Colurnbu, Ohio "Spring YES .

t Has it been a long hard winter for your car? .... ..
j Deadly Killer Then our Spring Checkup Special is "just "

Cancer took the lives of more what the doctor ordered" to give it new get. SIR

than 7,600 Floridians last year. up-andgo for jour big Spring driving season.

An estimated 14000 new cancer \Ve have the most modern
cones will develop among citizens TUNE ENGINE: Reset ignition timing;

throughout the state this year clean, adjust carburetor. electronic equipment with

still and-cancer remains, including the number leukemia one, DRAIN & FLUSH RADIATOR: refill with which to test your engine and

7y:::: killer disease among American water and rust inhibitor.
WILMA'S children of school age. give I it a precision tune-up for
It is further stated that the o CHECK BRAKES: Examine brake lining, and
new pep, power operatingLUBRICATE
Hubert & Carolyn Thomas American Cancer Society thru check cylinder fluid level. I

OKEECHOBEE, FLORIDA its programs of research education economy. .
CHASSIS with attention

precision I
and service, has helped
save the live! of more than to all 'points.
.
one million Americans who had
but survived, cancel; and that
today, one-half of all cancer HAVE INSTALLED A NEW STEAM JENNY
patients could be saved, with reh-
search techniques and early de.
tenon offering the possibilitiesof CLEANS YOUR MOTOR

USED & REPOSSED SALE new cures. TO A SPARKLING NEWNESS . . " . , . . ..M.oo a

NEW-COMPLETE OUTFIT FOR REPAIRING RADIATORS

CLEANING RODDING BOILING VAT '


WASHERS AND DRYERS 1 I


FRIGIDAIRE AUTOMATIC MODEL W065 . . . . . $79.95 GILBERT'SREPAIR --

FRIGIDAIRE AUTOMATIC MODEL WDU57 . . . . . $124.95

FRIGIDAIRE AUTOMATIC MODEL WC1 . . . . . . $179.95G.

E. AUTOMATIC . . . . . . . . .. . . .. .. . . . . $99.95G.

E. DRYER . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. . . . .. .. $69.95 SHOPPHONE f

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E..6 ft. . . . . . . . . $79.95G. The Big Different in car,

E..8 ft. . . . . . . . . . $99.95 is home and business Insurance .
the continuing pcrtonal at.
tenUon you get from an independent .
Insurance agent. BANKING HOURSLOBBY
FREEZERS II*'( always there when you
need him-865 days a year.
1 I-FRIGIDAIRE. 10 Cu. Ft. . . . . . . . . . . . . $179.95 Initially, he help choose HOURS
(Ik* new) UPRIGHT the right policy for you from
among hundred 9:00: -- 1:00:

USED T. V. ante Your agent independent tells you injur-when Monday thru Friday
new policies are Issued which

ZENITH-21" . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $69.95 may suit your situation
better. H. help cut red tap .
ADMIRAL-21" . . . . . . .. . . . . . . .. . . . . $69.95 when you hare a claim- 5:30 -- 7:30

CROSLEY-21" . . . . . . .. . . . . . . . . . . . $79.95 follows through to speed fair
settlement Friday Evening

We are a Independent Ineunnc I
USED JOHNSON MOTORS *....,. Our job I la to
give you all the benefits of ADDITIONAL SERVICES TO MEET YOUR BANKING NEEDS I

1-1955-10 HP . . . . . . .. . . . . . ... . . . .. $127.50 The Big Different. WALK-UP
LOAN
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DEPARTMENT WINDOW

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ONLY 99c WITH THE PURCHASE OF ANY NEW ZENITH you ,pekq1srsMrer Monday thru Friday Monday thru Friday
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News, Friday, March 31, 1961 Page 3 I March 31, April 7, 14, 21, 1961, TO: Emilia C. Pentccl 1 Interests by, through, under or all in El Mirasol, I sub-: the Bill of Complaint on Plain. (SEAL 1
The Okeechobee NewsIN 4505 Jasmine Avenue against the dbove named natural division according to plat tiff's attorney, T. W, Conely, Jr., I By: GLORIA J. FORD
NOTICE PLAYLAND PARKS or Culver City, California defendants not known to be deador thereof recorded In Plat P. 0. Box 608, Okeechobee, Flor Deputy Clerk.
UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW PLAYLAND PARK ESTATES THE CIRCUIT COURT OF You are hereby notified that a alive. Book 2, page 1, public ida and file the original In the Publish
NOTICE is hereby !given that under which we expect to engageIn THE NINTH JUDICIAL CIR Bill of Complaint for Divorce has AND TO: All parties having or records of Okeechobee office of the Clerk of, the Circuit March 31, April 7, 14, 21, 1961.:
the undersigned, pursuant to the business Northwest of Okee CUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND been filed against you, and you claiming to have any right title, County, Florida Court on or before May 1, 1961: I The Okeechobee News.Dinosaur .
"FHUlou Name Statute", House chobee on Hwy.. 98 In the County FOR OKEECHOBEE COUN are required to serve a copy of or Interest In and to the following Said lots lying In and otherwise the allegations of said
Bill 1175, Chapter 20953, Laws of of Okeechobee, Florida TY IN CHANCERY your Answer or Pleading to the dent tied property, situate iii comprising a part of the Bill of Complaint will be taken '
Florida, 1941, and House Bill That the parties Interested In CASE NO. 1821 Bill of Complaint on Plamtlff'i Okeechobee County, Florida, to- SE'4! of Section 18, Township as confessed
1102, Chapter 2C760, 1951 amending said business enterprise are: SUIT FOR DIVORCE attorney, T. W. Conely, Jr., Box wit!: 37 South, Range 35 This notice shall be published The age of dinosaurs lingers on
four rarely visited !Wands of In
86309(3)( ); will .register with JACK McCORMACK NICHOLAS J. PERUCCI, 608, Okeechobee, Florida, and East once each week for four consecutive
the Clerk <* the Circuit Court, In Dated at Okeechobee, Okee Plaintiff, fie the original Answer or Lots 1 to 22 Inclusive, weeks in The Okeechobee 'donesia. There, IWooUong Ijz-
of Block 48; Lots 1 to 13, You, and each of you, are notified ards still stalk prey, sharp claws
and for Okeechobee County, FlorIda chobee County, Florida, this the vs.EMILIA Pleading In the office of the News,
upon receipt of proof of the 28th day of March, 1961. G. PERRUCCI Clerk of Circuit Court, on or before Inclusive Lots 16 to 21, that a suit to quiet title glinting and forked tongues flick
inclusive, and Lots 23 to to the above described propertyhas Dated this 28th day of March, log out of massive heads. Named
publication of this note, the fictitious By: JACK McCORMACK Defendant. the lot day rf May, 1961. U
26 inclusive of Block 49 been filed against and 1961. Komodo dragons after of the
; you one
name, to-wit: Publish NOTICE OF SUIT you fail to do so, Decree Pro
Lots 1 to 23 Inclusive and you are hereby required to HAYNES E. WILLIAMS: Islands, the giant lizards often
Confesso will be taken against:
---- ------- you for the relief demanded In Lots 25 and 26, Block 64; serve a copy of your Answer to Clerk of the Circuit Court weigh 200 pounds. '

the Bill of Complaint.
DONE, AND ORDERED, at
Okechboee, Florida, this 24th day .J."fII for ff i or//. . 1lu'r<>
SO SAFE I of March(SEAL,) 1961. I"I"II //MI/I anil irihvr I"II-N;=I.I"r!

HAYNES WILLIAMS
Ot Clerk of Circuit Court Leave it to these Jet.smooth Chevies to go easy one of them has a road.gentling Jet-smooth ride, r:
By HAZEL WILLIAMS on your family budget! All told there are 18 Body by Fisher refinements and dozens of engi ) > '

Deputy Clerk Chevrolets-V8's and 6's-priced lower than comparable neering details you'd expect only in the most ex"T.. -=T- ..
Publish: competitive models. Sumptuous Impalas pensive makes. Look them over at your Chevrolet >I.tm' ""TH>*' ""

March 31, April 7, 14 21, 1961. sprightly I Iel Airs, bottom-priced Biscaynes and a dealer's one-stop shopping center and see how (yEIROLET
The Okeechobee NewsIN whole stable of wonderful new wagons. And every easy it is to drive out in just the one you want!

Based on comparison of manufacturers' suggested retail. prices (.including Federal Ian) for models with 118.inch wheelbase or above
THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE NINTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT UIPU.," .BL"IR" __. .
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OF FLORIDA IN AND ,
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FOR OKEECHOBEE COUNTY -
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CHANCERY CASE NO. 1823.
SUIT TO QUIET TITLE Impala V8 Convertible eel Air V8 2.Door Sedan Bel Air V8 4.Door Sedan

F. F. BURR, '
Plaintiff, ;
vs.
0. W, WRIGHT et at.!
Defendants. vg

NOTICE OF SUIT Impale V8 Sport Sedan Nomad Six 4 Dr. 9.Pass Station Wagon Nomad V8 4 Or 9.1'151. Station Wagon
IN THE NAME OF THE STATE ...
OF FLORIDA:
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TO THE DEFENDANTS WHOSE -= -. .
RESPECTIVE PLACES OF r'1 ,.r
.with RESIDENCE AND POST OF. .
. afJWIWieSS "quick r'ecovery"wafer FICE ADDRESSES ARE UNKNOWN .

heater and modern electric range' :
0. W. Wright; Marguerite W:
Price; Daisy P. Armistead, and
On the farm and in your home, you'll enjoy an Electric Water Ed Armistead: her husband; L. WagonImpala

Heater. SO SAFE!-for precious peace of mind. No constant. J. Gilliland; R A. McCollum,

burning pilot light. SO CONVENIENTI-installs anywhere. . Frank Schutt and Sarah Schutt
.needs no flue or vent. SO QUICK a super.fast "Quick. his wife; A. D. De Breejm, ClaraL. V3 2 Door Sedan Parkwood Six 4 Of 6 Pass Station Wagon Parkwood V8 4.Dr 9 Pass Station Wagon

Recovery" model is the answer to a lot of bot water required Pearsall, R. E. Oliver, a/k/a B"\E":
Robert E, Oliver, Helen E. l \
in '
a turry Quinn __ .c .. .:.1 __

Team it op with an Electric Range SO COOL!-IcHchtn stays Lon A, Hough, Porte F. Quinn 1 1 % '

op to 16 degrees cooler. SO CLEAN I 1-no flame . walls and and Thomas K. Little, as Trus ,
curtains stay cleaner, longer. tees of Lon A. Hough & Co., Inc., Biscayne V8 4.Door Sedan Parkwood Sin, 4.Dr 9.Pass Station Wagon Parkwood V3 4.Dr 6.Pass Station Wagon
a Florida corporation, now dis
Nearly a minion modern Florida families lave already switchedto solved,

the fiazoeless electric way. Josephine Guenther and HelenE _. .

See your dealer,plumber! or electrical contractor soon ker. Quinn as Trustees, and Margaret of Quinn A.Holding Par L a ?. fI \ F9

Company, a Florida corporation,
Biscayne V8 Door Sedan Brookwood Six' 4 Dr. 6.Pass Station Wagon Brookwood VS 4 Dr. 6.Pass Station Wagon
now dissolved;
John H. Coulter, Daisy P. Austin
G. W Palmer, L. A. Houghas

ii" ) afaZu& vt Trustee of El Mirasol Build M.' IAe ... f"..re',' ..ra. 1.... f'err.I.e ../ ,'e .... e.r...". aI ...,. Carat ."...,.,.... a ..re'., ....1.,...
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E ,> tion, now dissolved.
ltitt
AND TO All Unknown Spouse GILBERT CHEVROLET COMPANYTELEPHONE
'LI.I.i .WEI.. a' tIEET CoMP EY of said above named natural de _
.memos alone I fondants.
1'011'011. RODEO 2-4231 OKEECHOBEE, FLORIDA
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I a Repeat Offer !









;i W i WE WERE VASTLY PLEASED WITH THE FINE RESPONSE TO OUR PREVIOUS OFFER -

y e. : TO BUILD COMPLETE NEW CBS HOMES AT SUCH A LOW PRICE. THESE ARE

NOT SHELL HOMES BUT BIG COMPORTABlE HOUSES. COMPLETELY FINISHED,

INSIDE AND OUT.










2 BEDROOM, ONE BATH HOME WITH CAR PORTE AND FULL SIZE


UTILITY ROOM. FEATURING: STANLEY WINDOWS, BUILT IN WALL ONLY


HEATER, BIRCH KITCHEN CABINETS, SEMI.TILE BATH, RUSSWIN FINISH -


HARDWARE, KOHLER PLUMBING I FIXTURES I COMPLETELY


PAINTED, BIG CLOSET SPACE, TILE FLOORS, FORMICA SINK CAB!


NETS, INTERIOR PLASTERED AND PAINTED, HOT WATER HEATER. ON YOUR LOT (WITHOUT WELL AND PUMP)





YOUR JOB INSURED THROUGHOUT CONSTRUCTION BY

WHY BUY A "SHELL" HOUSE? EASY FINANCING AETNA AVAILABLE LIFE INS.THROUGH CO. THIS OFFICE.


IT'S POOR ECONOMY TO BUY A HALF FINISHED HOUSE. UNLESS YOU AREA "Z ;
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COMBINATION CARPENTER, ELECTRICIAN, PLUMBER, PAINTER AND HANDY t r? i '+ ,z; ti ; u k
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HOMES ARE COMPLETE. NOTHING TO DO BUT MOVE IN. THINK IT OVERI!






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..... can are be courteous provided.and Our quick men i TRIPLE-CYCLE DIAL e NEW SPEED-FLOW
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for light, regular or DESIGN dries faster
I__ and we have all the modem heavily soiled clothes safer-at lowertemperatures
- MODEL 9fJ13 equipment needed to give gives you
e FULL-TIME Underwater the fastest 115-volt
your Hotpoint Quality Appliances Lint Filter drying-ever
aluminum SlIver 43616.capacityAllaluminum complete attention. e WATER.SAVING PartialLining" ONLY
Load Control e EXCLUSIVE NO-GLOW
gives top-to- system-fa. ,
you HEATING UNITS I never
bottom,wall-to-wall quickfreezing. safer freezing ff t ft e DUAL detergent and get"red hot"-an
Sliding wire basket plus I 'I' 34900
.Even temperatures separator e TRIPLE-ACTION rinsing, cooler drying
preserve foods longer, save .Shell-type,sweat-proof exterior AUTHORIZED SERVICE Automatic Swirl-out Sediment e BIG 20-POUND
damp-dry capacitynutritive :
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value S*Year Food Spoilage Warranty e BIG 10()-LB.tub capacity drum
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+ .'. 169.00
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THERE WILL BE A SPECIAL SALE PRICE ON ALL
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t APPLIANCESDURING

:, THE ENTIRE MONTH OF APRIL

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ELECTRIC RANGES PENNY . ELECTRIC RANGES '
SAVED...
REFRIGERATORSWASHERS : ., REFRIGERATORSWASHERS
Is the penny wisely used Pre
ventive Service is a time-
, tested way to use pennies
wisely and keep service bills
trimmed Call us today to adjust
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lubricate and inspect..
your Hotpoint Appliances
DRYERS to keep them working for you DRYERS
O at their very best

REFRIGERATOR-FREEZERS -HdtjMHKtAUTHORIZED f.. REFRIGERATORFREEZERSDISH
DISH WASHERS SERVICE WASHERS

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Pag 6 Okeechobee News, Friday, March 31, 1961 We plan to go on an overnight. fathers . In not obtaining not be done . it k already amore of old newspapers and trash Is a Around one-fourth of all fire II

camping trip in April and. will MOREABOUT and better fire protection war past due. vital part of the Clean-Up Job, are caused by matches and:
The Okeechobee News prepare ow own meals whdl for their property. because It reduces fire hazards smoking, the National Board
there. We have been on several MATCHES AND SMOKING The National Board of Fire Underwriters
Entered as Second Claw Matter July 1. 1911, at the Post Office in interesting field trips this year, I suggest you talk to your city LEADING FIRE CAUSE suggests' that fire said. Another 204 per cent are
Okeechobee Florida. Under Act of March 8. 1879 due to misuse of electrical equip.
Including guided tours of the NOTIIING councilman . your county This is Spring Clean.Up Time, safety be made a 'ear.round
Subscription Price (In advance) per year $3.00 County Courthouse and offices commissioner . your neighbor and many families are busily!! engaged Job. ment.Insde .
Two Years, $5.00, Six Months,$2.00. Shorter periods not.accepted.
County JaY City Hall Fire De.1 By KREWKHUTT '
and everyone who will lend in sprucing up their home. I
LAMONTE H MOORE Publisher partment. a local dairy, and the I an ear and see If something can Throwing out an accumulation
EMMALENE B. MOORE,Advertising Manager Dunklin Rest Home where some
I Everyone knows that time
PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY AT OKEECHOBEE. FLORIDA of us did some dusting and I feets! by on light foot ? but outside.
cleaning We plan to visit the there Is somethings that fleets Beautiful waterfront .
Published and Printed in Okeechobee County Florida, Heart of I shady,
the Florida Dairy Country and Cattle Industry with the Best Bass canning plant, too I backwards , or so It teems .
Fishing In the World We had planned to make a aorta like the dicka-doo bird TRAILER SPACES
tour of The Okeechobee News I guess. MOORS MINTS
plant but Just before we did the
Brownie
Troop
tragic fire burned it down We Just a couple weeks over a

I were disappointed and hope yeer ago February 5, 1960 . HODGE & SONSReal
Gives ReportDear that we can visit you when the In fact a headline In The News
newspaper is being printed to stated . "Second Fire Truck Estate AM BUT!

see how it is done. Nearer As City Enters Fight" .
Church Woman's Club
Editor Baptist We have enjoyed working o n L and goes on to say that thee OKEECHOBEE Phone 2-6134
Brownie Troop No, 3 would like and Troop 1 meets at the Episcopal -
several projects, including th I second fire truck of Okeechobee
to tell :you about the Brownie Church parish house
decorating of plastic boxes with I seemed much closer as cty and
Scouts here in Okeechobee, and Our meeting last Wednseday colored shells and making birdhouses county officers planned a meetIng BURGESS SUPPLY CO.
acquadnt readers with their featured enjoyable barbecue,
your feeders baskets jewel discussing how it could be
and learned to do OKEECHOBEE, FLORIDABREAD
many activities. we everyday
ry boxes place mats and planters obtained.It .
Under the sponsorship( of the chores. We went shopping for out of craft sticks A t
Okeechobee Woman's Club a lone our own food to gain experienceIn
Christmas made cards
we place also stated the Civil Defense
troop of Brownies was formedin purchasing the food items, I for the hospital and Rest Home could be the answer whereby a '
November 1959 and fifty eager planning the menu and then do- Look Your Best
and for our own families. One 01 used truck could: be obtained for
girls, ages seven, eight and Ing our own cooking. The leaders This Easter In
the most enjoyable projects was $300 to $500 but they were the
nine, responded. This large and their families were our
spending two weeks on cooking type such as used on the Ever. Fresh Cotton
divided into three guests and the said we did so
group was We baked cakes, brownies and glades Fire Control District. Eyelets. .
troops, and they meet each Wednesday well that we could do it again made fudge, Then we ate them! A

afternoon at the First soon! In our business meetings we BUT THE CITY, AT THAr

take turns writing! the minutes, TIME, HAD $1000 BUDGETEDFOR
checking the attendance and CIVIL DEFENSE.Then .

dues, and also take !turns being
I
lag bearers and leaders for our comes the issue of Febiu ROLLS CAKES

Brownie Scout Promise We each ary 19, 1960 . Headline . .
take turns serving refreshmentsevery "Officials Hopeful Area Can Obtain COOKIES PASTRIES

Watch The Skies week and these are pro. Second Fire Truck" . . FRESH DAILY
vided by our mothers that is the picture since govern'
CAKES FOR ALL OCCASIONS
We hope you will be abe) to mental agencies and individuals DECORATED

print our letter 1 in your newspaper have united to got the truck. BUNNY CAKES

BIGGEST EVENTOF so we can tell all the NESTS
girls in Okeechobee how much When the fight first started for EASTER

fun Brownie Scouts is. a second truck for Okeechobee . .. . . . . . . . . . .
Yours sincerely the Fireman's Auxiliary contributed
f FOR THIS WEEK
FEATURE
ITS KINDIS Connie and Debbie Williams, $jO to start a fund for the r'4r. vt.
Deborah Mehrer Ruby Ful- purchase of a fire truck for

ford, Carolyn and Carilyn keechobee, and asked that Indiiduals HOT CROSS BUNS

COMING TO Sweatt Nancy Cave, Ann contribute so that better

Godwin, Rose Daniels Betty protection could be bought. 39c Doz.OKEECHOBEE .
Willis, Frances Altobello, and at that time they set the
Williams Pamela lIen. goal at $6000 . .the reason for
OKEECHOBEEAPRIL Kathy . . . . . . . . . . . .
dry-BrownIe Troop 3. the increase was to buy a truck

Leaders Mrs. Jo Cave, Mrs. similar to the one that is now in ,
Frank Altobello, Mrs. Paula operation. . I' 1+, s*? ,, BAKERYPhone

Williams.
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They knew the city was crow o
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leg . .was prospering . and
14.15 FISH CAMP that eventually more and better
equipment would be needed to

NEWSBY cope with the Influx of building,
ENJOY ALL OF
EMERSON E. MOORE . and as you think back it
DON'T has increased It has grown v
Looks like If the rains don't even more it has progressedand

start pretty soon, fish in manyof there have been several mon Crisp good looks wed to cool embroidered cotton.
the canals and ponds are in umental fires ummeJv&QiDM
The short sleeved shirtwaist takes a tucked
for a bad time, Some are nearly
MISS IT! dry and all are exceptionally BUT WHAT HAPPENED: TO bodice, wide sash tie makes a tiny waist over an

ow, Most of us remember the THE SECOND TRUCK? easy skirt of unpressed pleats. Green, blueor IN THIS PRETTY
dry summer five years ago. pink embroidered circles on white Sizes 8 to 18.

Ponds and canals went dry all Only last week a house was PUMP BY
South Florida, The Kls-
over completely destroyed . a ,
BunmeB river was down to a church was damaged beyond re-
trickle: and you could wade out pair . all because there was BLAKELY'S
to Kings Bar. Boat basins were not a second truck. How mUCh
dry and the one at Camp Okee- longer are the citizens of Okee-

slmmee boasted a nice crop of chobee: going to sit on the side 1-
120 North 2nd St. HO 1.2134
tomatoes.The lines and watch propertoy , and / .
situation was relieved by eventually lives destroyed . DOWNTOWN FORT PIERCEANNOUNCING / fit.F
STOP RUST! heavy rainfall in September but all because of the lackadaisical I.

too late to save millions of fish actions of the city and county
trapped in the doing ponds and
with RETARDOrust
O streams.( We hope that such a
situation doesn't occur again, but
inhibitive paint If It should millions of fish will

be saved by the Conservation
Protects all metal surfaces'
Department and by private own-
-<::'
inside and out ers by removing: fish to lakes

and larger streams.

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Newspaper people find some , lO

odd recreations to pass away

their spare time A bunch of Surest way to look your loveliest feel your
them from Miami landed at
wonderful
loveliest-wear WILLIAMS high-
Camp Okeesimmee for a couple
THAT
heeled of white leather
pump gleaming ,
days fishing Tuesday and Wed.
nesday, Made some nice catches pleated and draped at the toe.Only .

from the lake, Kings! Bar, Tin
Stack Cove, etc. Nothing big!:
they said, nothing over 7 pounds.

;. a Can't help thinking of the reaction JERRY E. GREENBERGERHAS
k" RETARD4. of my fishing buddies back $5.99
north if one of them landed a
>:,, i M NhnM h"a0r 7 pound bass. It doesn't amaze

us now, all in a days fishing
I but was a time whe ve would-
Benjamin n't have believed it if we'd seen ASSUMED ROYALSIS

Moore paints it.

As far as specs are concerned,
some are getting 'em. some ain't.
Depends a lot on where you ACTIVE MANAGEMENTOF
fish. The Government Cut still
BURGESS SUPPLY CO. pays off and some spots on the
river and in Taylor Creek. Some THE
OKEECHOBEE, FLORIDASPECIAL who fished the streams and did-

I n't specs.find the spots didn't find the

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Barlow Fish Camp, For details FAIRSTORE
see the story elsewhere in the
paper. P


This could be of great concernto AFAMILY
THIS WEEK ONLY local pole fishermen If the
Fish and Game boys decided to
get real tough. Rep Allen Markham : DAY
assured the bunch at the
1957 FORD
Commissioners meeting on Tuesday

morning that he would do all .
TWO-DOOR SEDAN in his power to see that Okee.
chobee County got their slice
of the Big Lake As it stands AFTER CHURCH PLAN TO

now, any pole fishermen fishing and is anxious to meet all old friends BRING THE FAMILY TO THE
in the lake here Is actually in
$59500 Palm Beach County and could and become acquainted with all new SIERRA I RESTAURANT FOR

be arrested if shine! without a .
license. We're all behind him residents in the area. DINNER.

on that deal. We can use our
share of the road funds, too.
SAVE $100,00PORE'S .

They t01dIII down on the

river that John Hayes, local el. You are always welcome at the Fair Store
ectrician had busted a long dry SIERRA RESTAURANTU.S.
spell. Got two bass Saturday e

and 7 pounds. 441 IN DOWNTOWN OKEECHOBEE
Your Western Wear Headquarters

The Detroit Lions used 17 dozen PHONE RODEO 6.1461

"day" footballs and 7 dozen"night" LOU AND OPAL RILEY, Mgrs.
: footballs during the 1959
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Oke""'" ..... Newt, Friday March 31, 1961 Pig 7 with children who are obvol1ty"different"
Parker area sine coming corning from faflnxuf
Abney cars not cheat them. filled free of charge
-- and with the worried I St. Augustine In the 1920's, and Mutual trust between the 46year He makes certain his truck The palm commemorate the,
The Meaning parents were hungry for more Noted As Palm l I. one of the new white men In old palm bud man and the er's count checks with the In- life of Christ and the cutting'

SOMEBODY'S'CIIILD ed Information and that they welcom the Seminole's trust completely, Seminoles la the only working diana later If there is any ques of the palm buds Is not Injurious
the chance to see for themselves Sunday Man His frlendshio with the In. agreement they have tion the Seminole Is given the to the trees Within 30 days
Of EasterThe what Is being done.
diana dates
back to the days "They are perfectly honest," benefit. after the buds have been'cut new
In the session I attended were Parker Abney might well be when he and his father
operateda Abney explains "I nevir boUier Abney protects the Indians Interest eternal forhe\ cabbage ,palm
tnen and women from health departments called the Palm
of life Sunday man small station
victory and
over death- gas garageat to count their bundles I know and makes certain they shoots appear and 1 II life
I II the By Addle SummtrsFibllrMloa welfare units, and vocational for he collects, processes and Brighton '
that meaning of Easter the
there will be 25 In each hunch. never' lose out. It is difficult to as promised A aH men cf
most Important and the rehabilitation from St. ships annually 600,000 palm Many of the Seminoles
most Joyous Specialist Dlrl.lon are I've never known them to makea determine the exact need for Christ
holiday celebrated by Chris. 01 Child TrUnlnc\ SchooU, Petersburg, Tampa, 'Tallahassee, sprays used in Palm Sunday now Christians, but some art not. mistake In all the any given Palm Sunday. Abney
tans lltata 01 Florid Quincy Ocala, Vero Beach, Marl. church services throughout the Regardless cf their faith they yean they w
have been cutting for me, and buys all the palms the, Seminoles
Fur Easter Did you know that 3,385 men anna, Sarasota, Daytona Beach United State and Canada. produce the palms used in Christian V. there would be an error I cut for him even if It means Tailor ants, which make nests t
commemorates the and West Palm Beach. As the A native born FLoridian
resurrection of Jesus Christ tally retarded children were born program Abnay's services! throughout the na would assume I was wrong" discarding them for lack of or of leaves bound with silk threads.
Who goes on, Dr. Flemming unique enterprise Is baaed tion this '
on Important religious
In den
Florida, In 1958 The Indians are Just as complete art among nature's most IngenV
| redeemed mankind
through His hopes to
reach
more doctors and on the palm sprays or buds day.
death and then rose from the Did you know, that the prop. In their trust of Abney. "Why shouldn't I?," he asks OUt bulkier To draw foliage together
Judges A session Is being planned of the cabbage palm, which When
tomb on the third day. In His'ownvictory er supervision, most of them can In June Abney gives the signal Frequently, he and his fleet of "They did the work. It Isn'ttheir for sewing, worker anti
especially for public once throughout the state the
over death Is the promise get along in the community school teachers, and is grew now found In quantitiesonly I Seminoles begin cutting, trucks arrive at a Seminole fault If the orders didn't base the edge of one leaf and grip"
bundling and tying the buds 23
that a recent survey turned up camp to find no one there. The materialize That's Job andI an adjoining one with their man
| cf life everlasting for all my
The Idea' Is .
men. to Involve specialIsts In the remote sections! of to the bundle.
Abney trucks the .
JO\ kinds of jobs people with from I freshly cut buds will be neatly keep my end of the bargain." difales. Other workers rush forward
The Easter season also carries IQ's: between 40.and 70 can do? many fields. Only by. Florida. buds from the remote aeml-wild- 'stacked with a slip of paper indicating As charitable as he is honest, each with ant larva in its
pooling their
overtones of ancient spring festivals Did you "now the Health Department skills and knowledge The actual palm cutting don erness to Okeechobee where the owner but with no Abney sees to It that the palm Jaws. The grubs exude threads of
celebrating the awakening officials Florida's can they be sure of helping exclusively by Seminole womenon !they are carefully dried, sorted record of the
say number of bundles. buds needs of all the churchesIn sticky silk that bind the leave
parents do what Is best for their the 36,000 acre Brighton reservation : and wrapped in burlap The
of the earth bags.
after the
dead of three state supported centers child ,The Seminoles know Abney will the Okeechobee area are ful together.
winter. Mrs. Francine Hagsbrun, offer care equal to that of the west of Okeechobee, buds which would not be in top
religion editor of World Book Encyclopedia most expensive boarding schools? takes about 90 days During notch condition on arrival at
tells us that the name I Don't feel bad if you 'didn't.it's this time Abney and his small their final destination are discard
New telescopes can detect ce crew work long hours packing ed. None but the best survive
may have come from Eostre, a I very unlikely that your family
Teutonic goddess of spring I doctor knows these facts. lestial objects two billion light. shipping the plams. The work the rigid examination before 4.WHEEL
years away, but scientists find must be completed a week before being transferred to a warehouse ONLY
In many languages the name of Professionally trained personscan't 'I DRIVEr
I no signs of an end to the uni- Palm Sunday. to await shipment by re-
the holiday Is derived from the even dU-jnose mental retardation
I verse. Abney has resided in the Lake refrigerated! trucks trailers
Jewish Pesah, or Passover the I accurately without .. .. ......... .. ..... and
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festival that celebrates the exodus spending considerable. time with " '-".... ".'" . '", ".......nnnnmm....,..' '
(If the Jews from Egypt. The crucifixion the child. "v"J; ;+'WW"1W"'
and the resurrection occurred For four years the Florida DISCRIMINATING BUYER ? ',' ':,/) :

during the Passover Week Health Department has operateda VEHICLES
and three of the Gospels say that development evaluation centerat +

the Last Supper was a Passover I Miami. Doctors are supposedto I Here's"Flowing'- .
meal. Thus the Italians call the' refer retarded children there.

Christian holiday Pasqua; the Six out of every ten children
Spaniards, Pascua, and the they have referred so far were yw !
French, Paqucs. found not to be mentally retard Heat Dr '

In the first two centuries after ed at all, but to have some other t ng-

the crucifixion, a controversyarose problem.
over when the festival was I learned these things when I
i
to be celebrated. The custom In attended one cf the orientation THE FINEST THERE IStFrigidaire '1

Asia Minor was to observe Easter courses sponsored by the Health ; ]f
with the Lord's Supper on the ev Department at the Sunland Train. ,... 1
cuing of the 14th of the Jewish ing Center at Gainesville March

month of Nlsan, which was Pass 16 and 17. 1961,
over, regardless of the day of Or. Ed Flemnung, assistant
the week. The Romans, however, director of the Bureau of Maternal ,
preferred to hold the Easter feast and Child Health, saw how r Custom
Imperial Model
always on Sunday. lack of Information on mental retardation

The Nicene Council of 323 resolved hampered public health e Faster safer than sunshine-that's exclusive '''*' 'Unl *nol
nurses, welfare workers, tea EIe
the Frigidaire Flowing Heat.
dispute. It set the date
chers doctors end other are performanceprovedover
professionals
fdr Easter as the first Sunday ale In .As beautiful a. fine furniture 1961 Shetr
advising parents. He
ter the first full moon after j Look -glamorous new Folding Console.
March 21, which Is about the hit upon the Idea of bringing! the
time of the vernal equinox. It "authorities" to the center for e Traps lint In Nylon Mesh Unt Screen handily billions of miles !
two days of instruction and ob r located on the door
cannot come before March 22 or
servation. t {'
after April 25 +' a No guesswork about drying time -You CM
Members of Eastern Orthodox The programs began In June, 1' ? set correct timing automatically. 7 exclusive reasons 'Jeep'vehicles are your best buy I II
I 1959, Since then, a course has
churches sometimes, celebrate the been held at the center once every r Nay" a Chase wrinkles away with special cycles for lowest Initial cast 4-wheel drive/ vehicles 5. built from the ground up at a 4-vrneet drive
holiday later than I
churches But no matter the what other the two months, with approximately l0g Wash Wean. 2. highest resole value due to functional design 6, performance proved over bills ns of miles of

date, "the festival of festivals"and 20 persons Invited to each. V 'Iron easily-exclusive automtUc "Steam 3. big payload capacity on a short wheelbase worldwide service
"the For those who couldn't go t to G' Sprinkler." 4. 3 toke-of -front, 7.
most royal day of days" power points center not only complete line of wheel drive vehicle
the center, Dr. Flemming and
is marked by great rejoicing Nurse Inez Gaston, supervisor of ,), / ,,,,vr'+F ASK FOR A DEMONSTRATION TODAY/

the program, have taken the Information e, All yours fort
to the local level. Ele ; t ltttl m.
Forage
I Cheapest '
ven one-day sessions have been i 55 ..6-

I Livestock Feed I held around the state.
The program as far as we knowis F
|Boyles Says unique in the United States. 'Utility Wagon 'Hed'lc.uo1Nd

1 Already, other states are writing :
Good forage from excellent to ask about how they can copy JeepJ..p
't.'l'Features Is the cheapest food for It. GILBERT'SHAPPY
ONLY BY WIUYS MOTORS
_
,l r jour livestock, says County AgW Replies to questionnaires show .
ant dUl Boyles. But this good that people who deal almost dally __ A ___ r ""
forage will cost time and effort .

jour spent pastures.In proper Boyles management lists several of Gilbert Chevrolet Co., 'Inc.

steps to take for In
success
Phone RO 2-4231 OKEECHOBEENOTICE
jour pasture program.

First, develop a thorough know. EASTER -
ledge of the various kinds of

pasture. Also learn where each
of these systems flU best into

your pasture program.
It's a good idea to learn about
the soils! on farm or ranch. The I

characteristics of soils have

much to do with the kind of pastures April 1st Is the last day of the time allowed for filing claims for homestead .
best produced. A soil test
tax exemption for 1961. No application can be received after that
can help decide how to fertilize THIS WEEKS SPECIALS

and characteristics.tell more about the soil' time, regardless of circumstances.It .

S Is also the last day on which a return of tangible and intangible
Do a good job of land clearing
and preparation. Be sure of a personal property can be accepted without penalty.If .

good seedbed. Boyles says thai you have failed to sign an application for exemption or have not
of soils need extra LADIES BABY 1.98
many our wa DOLL PAJAMAS returned your personal property for taxation because of uncertainty or uiT-
ter while the problem with oth-
era is drainage. Plan for ...."atercontrol $2.29'Value Save 31c Lovely Colors Brief styles and Peddle Pusher Style familiarity with the laws regarding these matters, please call or come to

that is, drainage or this office before April Itt and you will be given whatever assistance you

Irrigation as needed. GIRLS BRIEF STYLE BABY DOLL PAJAMAS . . 98c may: need.
There are many pasture plants
and many varieties of each. Just $1.19 Value-Save 21c Sizes 6 to 12

fRY plant won't bring success !In WHEN YOU RENT YOUR HOME YOU
the pasture program. Choose superior 3 PAIR LADIES PANTIES PACKAGED With NECKLACE 98c
varieties of adapted species
of each kind of pasture to $1.19 Value SAVE 21c ABANDON YOUR HOMESTEADCHAPTER

be planted
Lime and fertilize on the basis PLASTIC DRAPES value 59-270
98c 79c
.
of soil characteristics. Again, use HOUSE BILL NO. 192
the results of a sod test here. Be SAVE 19c

sure to consider the nutrient re AN ACT relating to homestead abandonment; Amending Chapter 192,
,
of the crops
quirements pasture FULLY LINED
PLASTIC
Be sure to inoculate legumes DRAPES 98c Florida Statutes, by adding new section to be numbered section 192.*

with fresh cultures of the proper EXTRA WIDE PANELS SAVE 21c 141; providing that the rental of an entire dwelling previously claimedto

strains of nitrogen-Axing! bacteria be a homestead is an abandonment of such dwelling as a homestead
just before planting. BOXER DUNGAREES Sizes 1 to 8. certain and providing an effective date
66c providing exemptions;
prepared .
Plant In properly
seeeds. Use the right amountsof BE IT Enacted by the Legislature Statutes, of Florida:

seed and use appropriate BROADCLOTH SHORTS gripper type sto2MZ 44c Section 1. Chapter 192, Florida Statutes, Is amended by adding Section
methods. Choose a time for 192.141 to read:

planting when the temperatureand 59c VALUE SAVE 15c "The rental of an entire dwelling previously claimed to be a homesteadfor

soil moisture conditions are Save Inc tax purposes shall constitute the abandonment of said dwelling asa

favorable for germination and< ATHLETIC SHIRTS 59c value 44c homestead and said abandonment shall continue until such cJwell-
growth
Boyles points out that it pay Ing Is physically occupied by the owner thereof; provided however,

to control weeds In your pas that such abandonment such homestead after January 1st of any year

tures. Use choppers or mowers FOR EASTER PLUSH BUNNIES-CHICKS-DUCKS-BASKETS shall not affect the homestead exemption for tax purposes for that

or apply approved herbicides. particular year; provided, however, the provisions of this section shall

Also cbt Insects by HANDBAGS-CLUTCH BAGS-IN EASTER COLORS not apply to a member of the Armed Fares of the United States whose
kinds of insectl
tides using at the the right right time in the service in such forces Is the result of a mandatory obligation Imposedby

right amounts. the Federal Selective Act;" previewed!' however, that this act shall

One application cf fertilizer have no effect on the status of any property involved In litigation

and lime is not enough. Relime pending at the effective date of this act.
Watch for weeks
end refertufce your pastures on next specials Section 2..This Act shall take effect upon becoming law.
the basis of kinds cf soil,characteristics

of the pasture plants

being used, and the needs on HOMESTEAD EXEMPTION AND TANGIBLE AND
your place for forage.
A final consideration Is to manage INTANGIBLE PERSONAL PROPERTY RETURNS
the fertilization and grazingon
your pastures so that you MUST BE FILED EACH YEAR. '

maintain a proper balance between
yield and quality. In the PETERS 5c& 10c

case of permanent pastures, ROBERT LaMARTINCounty
manage so as to produce any
surplus forage for bay or silage Assessor of Taxes

cr for use In a deterred grazingprogram

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Volume 50-Numbtr 32 Okeechobee, Florid, March 31, 1961 Price lOc-Phont. R02-3221 I II I


Not Receiving pie over 65 that are not getting Social Security office. I he would lose only $150. For RECOVERING
: social security checks: because A recent change In the law earnings over $1500, workers will Lawrence McQueen, six year
I SS BenefitsThere they are still working full time, makes It possible for some of( lose $1 of their social security: old colored child, Is recovering:
reports R. C. Gahrken Jr, Man. these people to get payments, payments for each $1 they earn. from painful Injuries he received BARGAIN
are about 1.250,000 peo. ager of the West Palm Beach although they have not retired. Here's how it would work for Sunday when a dynamite cap
.' Also a worker' wile, 'I she is someone earning $1600 a year. exploded severely lacerating his
62, might be able to get checks.: For the first $1200 he would lose hand. He was given first aid at
This change might: be very important nothing. His earnings from $1201 the local hospital Sunday am! -
FOR SALE to many people living through $1600 would cause him taken Monday to a Fort Piercehospital.
In this area.Beginning to lose $150 In social security .
In 1961, workers payments. The earnings from
past retirement age who earn $1500 through $1600 would cost FESTIVALPLATFORM
3800 FT. ON LAKE OKEECHOBEE ON U.S. 441. more than $1200, but less than him $100. Thus, the $400 total IN MEMORY OP OUR MOTHER
$3,500, might lose some payments earned over $1200 would cost him MRS. EDD SIMMONS
ABOUT 300 ACRES, HIGH, DRY LAND. IDEAL
WHOSE BIRTHDAY' TODAY
if they don't check: with $250 in social security payments.
BUILDING SITES. READY FOR SUBDIVISION IN the social security office. Gehrken recommends that Today Is your Birthday r
: Starting this year, earningsover anyone who works on past retire. dear Mother. ---
100x200 FT. LOTS.R. $1200 won't cause the loss ment age check with his social Oh, we miss you so much.
of a full month' benefits in security: office, as some money Dad Is just lost without you
every case; instead, you lose might be paid even though he So are the rest of us.
E. HAMRICK, Owner one-half of the amount earnedfor hasn't completely retired. We know you are resting In ROCKERS;
the first $300 you earn over peace now
$1200 For example, a work. - No sorrow, no pain, or fear ? ; sag -
Phone ROdeo 2-5901 bleed with sturdy hardwood from,.
If be like
er who earns $1202 would lose RETURNS TO 'INDIANA we can just youI ,
know that we'll meet In Blond or Mahogany
only $1 from his social security you
.
payments if he earned l50p, Mrs. Nellie Elmore left Tuesday up there. finish
for her home in Munde, In. Sadly missed by her family Beautiful, I longweiring factory .
diana She had been spending the Edd Simmons and Children.
miner Corn
past few days with her mother, Written by her daughter y r ,In a cholto, fmany
Mrs. Ankah Moore Mrs. Helen S. Prescott.


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10 Okeechobee News, Friday, March 31, 1961"SOCIETY Engagemeii: Score And Calk's sister, Mrs. J. T. Mash Warm Weather or for the Sports A stone Grotto of the Three LOVI STORY IN STONE I

....... 13 burn from Brooksvllle Florida and Fishing". Coleman put up \Bears to one of the features of A love story in stone is located
ft"1101111rP.l Gather and mother, Mrs. Anna B. Sim a good argument on the sports the Coral Gaelic of Florida at 2S' miles south ol Miami at

mons. The latter two will fly and fishing, but Mr. Vogt'a argument Homestead. Edward Leedskalnin Homestead, when Edward Leedskalnin .
1 At Lakeshore March 29 to Manheim Germany, if it wasn't for our climate built It to depict the famous erected a coral castle in

By HORACE H, CLARK where Mr. Mastiburn it Chaplain and sunshine the people' would nursery awry memory of Ms lost love.
I la the Army Air Corps. Luncheonwas stay home from Maine to Michigan : .

r...................................... The Three Score and Ten Club served by the ladles. Mrs. and fish. Florida Sunshine
held a special meeting March 15 Coleman as usual served fish and had a alight edge, then Vogt reada
Faye Johns and Frank Finley In honor of Brother Rev. Crant- hush puppies. The Colemaa'f poem which climaxed the ar
I I ford and the Mrs. who will leave See These
again caught the fish. How do gument.We .
Wed In Baptist Church for their home in Tennessee. Mrs.L. they do it? The Coleman's are the I Three Scroe and Ten Club

Miss Faye Johns, daughter d of white chrysanthemums and I Vogt acted as secretary in the back bone of the club and we all members and many other visitors
Mr. and Mrs. Sylvester Johns of fem were used. The wedding absence of Mrs. Thompson. The appreciate them. Dinner was to the Lakeshore park are wondering
Okeechobee. and frank Henry cake was three tiered, ornamented I meeting'" opened with a pray marvelous. if (he City Dads are con BUYS
Finley were united In marriageAt with pastel pink and er by our new First Baptist Bro Olmans and Bro. Snyder'i sidering a rest room for the park
a candlelight ceremony Saturday green and topped with a miniature church minister Rev. Cooper
wives were reported on the lick Toilet facilities art badly needed
evening, March 18, at the bride and groom. I Marshal. !list. Mrs. Snyder was taken seriously here. Please do something. '
In Okee- Mrs. and Roll was called and 27 members 139500Fourdoor
First Baptist Church Mary Ann Garcia answered, ill on her 73rd birthday on Meeting was closed by prayerby 1959 RAMBLER
ranging In
ctwbee. The Rev. Teddy Green Mrs. WWtfield served the cake ages
March 14. All present Hap will
sang
from 70 to 92. Brother Willie and Rev. Vogt. Next meeting
berger read me duoble ring cer and punch. for her 'tho It wasn'ttoo
Birthday ,
wile were missing Visitors py be held at the some place, the
emony. Following( the reception, Mr. Mr. and Mrs K D. SmJJi of were Wednesday
Lakeshore Park, tile last -
The nuptials were read before and Mrs Finley left on a wed Havana, Florida, announce the Mr. and Mrs George Ashley from happy. 1956 PONTIAC $69500
Three Score and
Grand Rapids, nice talk in April. All
Michigan. Mr. and Rev. Crantfwd gave a
an altar arrangement of baskets ding trip to Lake Wales. For her engagement of her daughter,
of white chrysanthemums and going-away!. Mrs. Finley chose a Miss Carol Williams to Mr. Mrs. Gilbert Calk, Mrs K. Page, on how thankful we should be to 10 are welcome. Four-door Hardtop
Mrs. Carrie Lou Harden, Rev be here at the Three Score and
greenery Two candelabra were turquoise sheath dress with ruffles Thomas W. Conely, III, son of
used at the lower level, and two of lace at the neckline and Mrs. Martha G. Conely and Mr. and Mrs. Cooper Marshall, .a!' Ten and In good health. An Interesting 1956 BUICK '745
from Okeechobee. Also Mrs W debate between Brothers Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Harveyof
were elevated. edging the sleeves of the matching Thomas W. Conely, Jr., of Okee
Luhman of Miami and Mrs. C. W Vogt and Coleman on "Do More Kenanswlle visited Sunday at Four-door Hardtop
The bride, given in marriageby Jacket. Her accessories were chobee. Miss Williams is also the
Lloyd of Boston, Kentucky. Mrs. People Come to Florida for the the Emerson Moore home.
her father, was attired In a white and she wore the corsage daughter of Mr. G. R. Williams,
ballerina length gown of white from her wedding bouquet. Jr. of Charleston, South Caro 1953 OPEL 295
lace over taffeta. The dress was Mr. Finley is owner of Finley

styled wtih a bouffant skirt, and Jewelers in Okeechobee. The lina.The bnde-eJect, a graduate of Tudor. .

the sleeves were fingertip length. couple are residing at the Nix Havana High School, is presently MANY MORE TO CHOOSE FROM
Her circular shoulder veil was Apartments. The Florida .
a sophomore at
Over 65,000 families agree, it makes ALL, RECONDITIONED AND GUARANTEEDSEE
State University, where she is
WEDDING GUESTS majoring in business education. OR CALL
t
Among the guests from out of Mr. Conely, an accounting 6O0D SENSE GEORGIA BOY CHAMBLYOR
town who attended the weddingof major, Is completing his Junior
Miss Faye Johns and FrankH. year at The Florida State Uni to own a Jim Walter Home I
Finley March 18 at the First versity. He is a graduate of CLAUDE HOLCOMB

Baptist Church here were Mr. Okecehobee High School in the AT ,
and Mrs J. L Johns of La- Class of 1953.Wedding .
Belle, Mrs Lydia Johns and plans Will be an OKEECHOBEEMOTOR
daughter of Nahunter, Georgia, pounced
:
Mr and Mrs. Joe Wollord of Se- COMPANYEAT

bring, Mr. and Mrs. Jay Finley -
of IpsilanO, Michigan, Mr and Mrs. John Ferguson visited in

Mrs. Trammel Whitfield of Ojus, 'West Palm Beach with her The "COUNTRY. SQUIRE"-
Florida, and Mrs. Violet Over. ,daughter, Mrs. Nick Rankin and cAse
meyer, bee of Ojus. .children Jeff and Nikki. M'1S frP'A"' $3195

!Ii'" to' down! c
,. - ". OKEECHOBEE JEWELERS Nothing lot.nywh.,1' OUT ON

.. p' .
--- ehoseIree.wr.aeodel.
PRECIOUS eQ Own 150 cHino .
to torn yoTop
of illusion, edged In lace. It fell EASTERSUNDAY
.
quality .wt date-workmenrhip'
from a tiara trimmed with seed .
239 Ib. Roofing ((1' par guarantoo)
pearls and sequins. She carrieda C .wt frool Alvminm Window end Scroor.
white prayer book topped with j Many _,. foatvm Jut aid. ....
an arrangement of white chrys
anthemums, orchids and green from yourlEWEIER Howyou save 50% or morel
carnations. Her slippers were of i 1t The roaian ".U buy a th.ll horn b to sale men/
and tho kiss way b to buy a Jin Waits
white satin Good 5.... Ho,".. Tho first! wvlno' b tho low.
Mrs. Christine Whitfield was J I Jim Waltor ',1... The Mcond b br finding tho SPECIALS FOR EASTER
t1t 10..n prlcot for your ,..Id. flnlih natorlali.
matron of honor. She was wear j Q JIM Waltor will ... glad' ta toll you how. BAKED HAM DINNER
ing a pink street length frock ;
with white accessories Her corsage ;! ; w ;-----_
and DUMPLINGSPAN
AND
was of white chrysanthe 1 of ....rn ti"'o noN OKfT3i; -. CHICKEN

mums .I FEATUR-LOK DIAMOND RING SETS Clip COUPON g 1 "- d.o, d.o I.Nepr..mmlti' CoJl I FRIED CHICKEN EVERY
,
Chaiueslutfield) served as KEEPSAKE WEDDING RINGS AND MAUI t HO"._ rap pI : SATURDAY AND SUNDAY

best man. and ushers were I II Add,..._
Louis Woodull and Jerry Boggs. I BULOVA LONGINE ELGIN and TIMEX I ,"......,. IL.
.
II -An.."D"..,,_) WE'RE HERE TO SERVE YOU
Mrs. Johns, the bride's moth I
WATCHESCASUAL (THE BEST)
er, wore a frock of green, with
white accessories: and her corsage -
I AND FINE CHINA ITo
was of white blossoms. I

Mrs. Finley also wore green, 1 I THE
SO PIECE SET OF IRONSTONE CHINA
%Wv white accessories and a
RESTAURANTSouth
PALMETTO
white shoulder corsage.A $29.95 ,
reception, immediately fol.
lowing the ceremony, was held FOSTORIA GLASSWARE AND CRYSTAL see actual model Go Highway 441, 3 Blocks North of on U.S. 44)) Phone RO 2-5161

ir. the social room of the First i Highway 98, or Call collect ROdeo 6-1601 Or write P. 0. DOTand RUSS McKEEHANP.g.

Baptist Church. The serving I I OKEECHOBEE JEWELERS Box 372, Okeechobee, Florida.
tables were covered with white I I

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Legal Notices By: GLORIA J. FORD Minutes Of the School Construction Fund ATTEST Union Reports I Okeectiobet News, Friday, March 31, 1961 Page Tl J >):i
Deputy Clerk. has been established in said I I OMAR L. HUNT I !' ';oII..1
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF Publish March 10, 17, 24, 31, 1961 Boards Of Public1Instruction county pursuant to Section County Superintendent All Florida labor organizationswhich ,
THE NINTH JUDICIAL CIR The Okeechobee News 236.074, Florida Statutes. I SALTER R. WATFORD closed their fiscal year oa

CUIT IN AND FOR OKEE- (b) That there has been deposit. Chairman, Board of Public December 31, 1960, are required I PHONE TEMPLE 3-17778 :
CHOBEE COUNTY, STATE NOTICE OP LEGISLATIONTO March I, 1941 ed In the said School Construction Instruction, Okeechobee to file financial report no later ,d
OP FLORIDA. IN CHAN WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: Fund, evidenced by a duplicate County, Florida than March 31 under provision
;
CERY NO. 1111 Notice I* hereby given of Intention The Board of Public Instruction deposit slip, or other of the Labor-Managaneat Reporting NATIONALBUILDERS '
SUIT FOR DIVORCE to apply to the Session of met In regular session on the bank certificate, attached The Superintendent reported to and Disclosure! Act of

LILLIE INEX HARRISON the Florida Legislature for pas. above date with all Board memo hereto the amount of $39,800.00. the Board that Marvin Goodman, 1959.
Plaintiff sage of an act repealing chapter bers present as well as Omar (c) That said matching amount Science teacher in the Okeedio- Of approximately 950) labor SUPPLYLUMBERPAINTPLUMBING 1'I

vs. 13878, 1929 chapter 13603, 1929, Hunt, Superintendent, and Carl was derived from the following bee High School, had left that position unions in the state, only 882 filed

JESS L. HARRISON chapter, 16269, chapter 23546, T. Durrance, General Supervisor. source or sources: at noon, Wednesday, Feb reports during the 1960 calendar
Defendant 1949 chapter 16020, 1933, chapter The Minutes of the regular (Source) Chapter 59-730 Special ruary 22, 1961. On a motion by year, Robert T, Amis, regional
NOTICE OP SUIT 15933, 1933, chapter 25558, 1949, meeting February 6th, and special Loan Okeechobee County Bank, Jack Coker, seconded by Dozier director of the U. S. Departmentof ;
To: JESS L. HARRISON, residence chapter 27212 1951, chapter 27- meeting February 27th were budgeted to be repaid from Smith, the board declared a va. Labor's Bureau of Labor-
and address unknown. 081, 1951, chapter 13043, 1931, read and approved.On racing commission funds cancy In the Science Department Managements Reports, said.
You are hereby notified that a chapter 28578, 1953, chapter 286- a motion by Jack Coker,
(amount) 3980000. of the Okeechobee High School
Electrical Gas Heaters. and Tanks
I Supplies
-
72, 1953, chapter 28742, 1953,
Bill of Complaint for Divorce has I chapter seconded by Dozier Smith, the (d) That the funds specified In On a motion by Enola El.
been filed against you, and you 30470, 1955, chapter 30480, 1955 !Board granted James Kelly (b) above are pledged as ledge, seconded by Hope Hendrythe OKEECHOBEIDRIVEIN
are required to serve a copy of 1 chapter (7-691, chapter 57-631, three days professional leave to matching fuunds for the amount Board voted to employ Sylvia WHOLESALE AND RETAIL

your Answer or Pleading to the chapter 57.2028 chapter 57-630. serve on an Evaluation CommIt. now qualified for in the Coun Wolff to fill the vacancy in the

Bill of Complaint on the plaintiffs i chapter 57-807. chapter 31448, tee In Charlotte Coutny.On ty School Fund in the Office of Science department of the school 500 FIRST STREETAT
attorney, Lester W. Jen 1956, chapter 57-629, chapter 59- a motion by Jack Coker, the State Treasurer. service to begin Feb. 23, 1961. THEATREFRIDAY
nings, P. 0. Box 608, Okeechobee 549, chapter 15769, 1931, chapter F-E.C. TRACKS
seconded by DozJer Smith the
(e) That upon receipt from the On a motion by Jack Coker, and SATURDAY
Florida, and file the original 59496. chapter 16924, 1935, chapter
Board voted not to of
dispose
I State Comptroller of the amount seconded by Hope Hendry, the MARCH 31 APRIL 1
Answer or Pleading In the office 19696 1935, chapter 16968, 1935, WEST PALM BEACH FLA. \
one-half acre of land in the UpUiegrove of the State Portion of the Board recommends that a committee ,
of the Clerk of the Circuit Courton chapter 17169, 1935, chapter 170- :
Beach "STARS IN
area. Fund
School Construction in be appointed to study and .
before the 7th of April, 06, 1935 and chapter 17000, 1933,
or day
On a motion by Hope Hendry, '1,
addition to the required match. approve a standard class ring for MY CROWN"JOEL
1961. If fall to do so, Decree Laws of Florida Insofar as they
you
seconded by Dozier Smith, the ing funds specified In (bl) Okeechobee High School; the j
Pro Confesso will be taken againstyou may relate to Okeechobee county.
McCREA
Board approved the contract
above. committee to consist of the High
for the relief demanded In t .
th! Bill of Complaint. Board of County Commissioners with Kendall Starratt to prepare (en) That funds In the School Construction School Principal and officers of "THE MOUNTAIN TREASURE ISLANDIN 1
plans and supervise the additionsto the Student Council.On .
both
Fund, including
Done and Ordered at Okeechobee Okeechobee County Florida ROAD"JAMES
the Primary and Douglas motion by Jack Coker,
state funds and county matching a
Publish March
Florida, this 8th day of 24. 1961
I March, 1961. The Okeechobee News. Brown schools. Under the above!. funds will be used only for seconded by Dozier Smith, the STEWART THE HEART OF OKEECHOBEE'S FISHING

{ HAYNES E. WILLIAMS, motion the Board approved Invoice construction or reconstructionof Superintendent was authorized to LISA LUGLENN
Treasure Island Is located
Creek
on Taylor near
No. 3 from Kendall Star.
I Clerk Circuit Court projects approved by the pay all bills and payrolls that CORBETT
t Okeechobee County, Florida. IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S ratt, Architect, in the amount of State Board of Education and may become due during the ALSO: CARTOON Lake Okeechobee end it the mouth of Mosquito
t (SEAL) COURT IN AND FOR OKEE- $900.00 on Projects 13 and 14. in accordance with findings of month if and when funds are Crook. It Is bound on two tides by 70-foot

CHOBEE COUNTY, FLORIDA On a motion by Enola Elledge, the state Board of Educationas available. SUNDAY and MONDAY canals and Is a convenient, comfortable place In

CHARLES DORSEY .1 seconded by Hope Hendry the to priority of needs as : There being no further musi- APRIL 2 AND 3 which to live. It Is so cool and shady stately

STATE PAINT Deceased.TO Board voted to transfer $39,800 shown by a survey or surveys; ness, the meeting was adjourned MACHINE"In old oak trees, cyprus, palm and plno.
"THE TIME
from the Bond Construction Fund '
THE HONORABLE G. E. provided that essential class.
IVXRY: : SECOND CAN FREE! BRYANT, JR., County Judge 59.730 Loan to the School Construction room facilities shall in all cases ROAMING SOULS ( Technicolor Lots In Treasure Island are 75x110 and there

Quart or Catkin All creditors of tho estate of Fund. be entitled to frist priority. ROB TAYLOR art three good boat ramps available, along with
Charles Dorsey, deceased, are On a motion by Dozier Smith, I Lao villagers believe sickness YVETTE MIMILUX other boating facilities
Monty Beck Guarantee! hereby notified and required to seconded by Jack Coker, the This evide-;; ;of; qualification I.| caused by the departure of one ALSO: CARTOON

**0 SOOTH FOURTH ST. file any claims or demands Board approved Form SCF3: for the State portion of the : of the 32 souls inhabiting their For easy, luxurious Florida living at economical
which they may have in said estate Evidence of Qualification School Construction Fund Is submitted ' bodies. They depend upon both TUESDAY, WEDNESDAY prices it's Treasure Island Call today Wo will
ORANGE AVE. at JENKINS In the office of tho County for fho State Portion of the in accordance with a motion old and new ways to recapturethe end THURSDAY proudly show homo sites on Treasure
Judge of Okeechobee County, School Construction FundIn duly adopted by this Boardon errant soul: sorcery, a whiff APRIL 4, 5 and"MACUMBA S you
PORT PIERCE Island
Florida, In the Courthouse at Ok- the County School Fund In March 8, 1961. of opium, or a shot in the arm LOVE"In I
eechobee, Florida within eight tie Office of the State (SEAL) at a modern dispensary.
calendar months from the date Treasurer Pursuant to Section -- ( Technicolor) HODGES AND SONSREAL

of the first publication of this 236.074, Florida Statute, ZIVA RODANNWALTER
HOWCHRISTIAN notice. Each claim or demand the Matched Building REED ESTATE

must be In .writing and must Fund Act YOUR HIGHEST PRICESCOME ALSO: CARTOON Phone ROdeo 2-6134 OKEECHOBEE
state the place of residence and TO: State Superintendent of

SCIENCE post office address of the claimant Public Instruction
and must 're sworn to by the Capitol Building FROMCOMPETITIVE

HEALSTV claimant, his agent, or his at. Tallahassee, Florida .r
homey, or It will become void The Board of Public Instruc HOOVER SALES CONCRETE
BIDDINGAT
them) 4 Sunday I:41 am according to 'aw. tion of Okeechobee County hereby FINLEY JEWELERS AND SERVICE SEPTIC TANKS
W. G. FLEMING, Sr. submits evidence that it is
Station Sundays I Administrator. of the Es. qualified for the state portion of YOUR LOCAL at GREASE TRAPSINSTALLED
WSWN 12:45: p.m tate of Charles DorseySr. Its School Construction Fund in

., deceased the amount of $39.80000. The Watch Repairing
Publish March 24 31, April 1, said Board of Public Instruction LIVESTOCK AUCTION CENTRAL ELECTRIC *

14, 1961. hereby certifies: Clock Repairing AND GAS COMPANY CALL
MODERNIZINGYOUR The Okeechobee News (a) That a separate fund entitledLOANS
ROdeo 2.1391
MARKET Ring sizing here In store.
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Last year nearly 60% of Florida Cattle
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Page 12 Okeechobe Newt, Friday, March 31, 1961 I SENIORS . farms and candies to produce I treatment of farmland by applying tact the county ASC office, The 'winter has left its mark.

sufficient food and other raw lime -. 4226 acres; initial funds are very limited at this If winter's mark happen to be
23 Cases TriedIn Group Formed >''1 K i 1 t, materials to meet the future treatment of farmland by apply. time but each request for cost- smudges on walls and windowsat

County CourtCounty To Seek More needs of the nation. ing phosphate 425 acres; initial sharing will be considered and your house, cleaning these
Zant stated that the farms on establishment of trees for assistance granted 4 possible! areas is sure to be on your list

Court with Judge Buy Area VisitorsResort which approved conservat 1 Ion purposes other than erosion40 of "things to do". You'll probably
ant on the bench tried 23 cases practices were performed with acres; improvement of establish. be using paper towels to dry
Monday. The case of Leonard fishing camp, marina, ACP cost-sharing assistance ed
rep cover 1402 acres: acres adequately LESS MESS WHEN your windows after washing, so
Farmer charged with Petit La motel, boat and motor sales outlets resented 42 per cent of the farmland drained by ditches and SPRING CLEANING try this: fold two pieces in half,

ceny was continued until Wed and restaurant owners and and 10 per cent of the cropland water control structures 160 wrap one around each wrist and
nesday when he was tried by a managements around the shore In the county. acres. There are probably many secure with rubber bands. The

Jury and found not guilty and along the tributaries of Lake Some of the major conserva The county office manager also homemakers who are convinced! paper towel wit make absorbent

Others to come before the I Okeechobee have formed a mutual ..ir tion practices performed were: I said that the 1961 ACP is essentially that the word "spring" Is always! wrist cuffs to keep water off your

court were John Riley Dowling, 'interest group, known as Lake. Initial establishment of cover In the same as the 1960 pro followed by the word "cleaning"And arms and clothing when you're
Okeechobee Public
driving while intoxicated, case Service Bureau groves-222 acres; Initial estate gram. Farmers who need help it's true that spring usually reaching up to do wall areas

continued until June term of In that llshment of permanent cover on with new and additional conservation does signal the start of projectsto near the ceiling or the top win
taking step, resort Interests
court. have long felt the need farmland-2558 acres; Initial i iI on their farm should con spruce up the home after the dow pane.USED .
Matthew
Johnson assault and
battery $30 or 15 days. for help In the preservation of a I I
I
the area as one of the greatest "
Grady W Norton, unlawful
peed, $25 or 10 clays fishing and boating. frontiersleft
In America. Last Thursday the Senior Class of the Okeechobee
Edward Merritt Relzon, unlawful CARSWe're
speed, summons issued, Principal purpose of the group High School left for their annual trip to New York
is to find ways and means to
case continued. and Washington via the Seaboard Airline Railroad

Jacques Martin Turner, unlawful use attract of more the across visitors-the-lake: expand waterways the They will arrive in Okeechobee Frday at 159.:
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speed, summons Issued, case Chaperones for the trip this were Mrs. Omar
and year
to
; keep the area at. offering Big Trade-In Allowances good 1957 1958 1959
on
continued. tractive to loea. as well as visitIng Hunt person in charge, others were Mr. and Mrs. ,

ful Harriet speed, Meyer$35 bond Hickel forfeited., unlaw users of its facilities. Alto Watford Jr., Mr. and Mrs Salter Watford 1960 models. We need the cars. Bring your car in for the highest ap-

Luther Lowe "Slim" Corbln, and Mrs. J. O. Pearce, Jr.
Luclen Lou Poissant, unlawful Ralph Lewis E. E. Collier MM. praisal !in town I

peed, case set for June term. Moulton, W. T. Hollis
are a
John Lou Argrett, unlawful few of the entire membershipwhich Rest Home NewsCecil 71 Participate
peed, $35 bond forfeited. 1958 CHEVROLET $99500Four
declares, "There has lone Dalgetty of Oklahoma In
Rudolph Seifers, unlawful been Agricultural
the need for such
an organ. City visited at the Dunklin Rest
peed Earl, $35 bond forfeited. Ization whose prime purpose I Is Home on Monday. Earline Johns Farm ProgramS door station wagon one owner low miles 6 cylinder standard transmission
Henning, public drunken.
to
attract more visitors and
pre. of Waycross, Ga., visited Mrs.
teas, $35 bond forfeited.
serve the area as a sportsman's Matt Pearce on Friday. On Zant Office
Douglas County '
Ernest Powell. drunk. "
public
paradise, Seventy-five 1957 PLYMOUTH $79500
members Thursday !Mrs. Ted Platt of Manager for the Okeechobee
enness, $25 or 10 days have thus far been enrolled.
Cocoa visited Mrs Janie Platt. County Agricultural Conservation
T J. Gilchrist, public drunk. Intention
Is to hold
a meeting Mr. and Mrs Mike Sable of Fort Committee that
Program reports two-door
cnness, $25 or 10 days In Clewlston around April hardtop automatic transmission radio heater
20,
Pierce called on Mrs. Junta 71 farms participated in the 1960
Agnes Arnold, public drunkenness offices have been established
in
Dreese on Sunday. by establishing: !
one or
program
$25 or 10 days Clewiston, and
Raymond
Spencerhas
Donations at the home were a more approved eons ervatlon 1959 CHEVROLET $119500Jlalf.ton
Leroy Gulledge drunk.
public agreed to
serve without compensation cake by Mr and Mrs. Sable, fishy practices.Zant .
enness, $25 or 10 days as secretary. Howard
Hayes Electric, doughnuts by said that the total assist.
Ernest Powell, profanity, $13 L. Angell has been named field Mrs.> Letha Wooten. I ance received by farmers pickup, V8 radio, interlocking rear axle
or five days representative.
Mrs. Geraldine Burk and the through the 1960 Agricultural
James R. Hall, petit larceny
$25 or 10 days. I G. A. girls of the First Baptist Conservation Program was $53,. 1956 PONTIAC $69500
Passion church visited the home and put 113. This federal assistance amounted
Robert Norman Monk, unlawful Play
on an Easter program for the to less than 50 per cent
fishing Affer, $30 D. Avrlette bond forfeited, violation of To Hold Special residents, and they enjoyed it of the cost of performing the approved four-door Sedan automatic transmission radio, heater, one owner real clean

much conservation practices.The .
restriction of driver's license, $35 very ,
Showing Friday farmers themselves contributed
bond forfeited 1954 BUICK $49500Super
the remainder of the
Bias Aguilar, Jr., no drivers "A special performance of the I
license, $35 bond forfeited.J. vwkMamous Black Hills Pas- JimmIe Albritton and Mrs cost and used their own labor
T Murkerson assault and I SlOB Play will be held on Good Shug Miller of Cairo, Ga. spent and equipment In most cases in four-door Sedan, radio automatic transmission power brakes

battery $100 bond forfeited. Friday, March 31, at 7.30; ( p. m.at Monday night with Mrs. Ted L carrying out the practices. The

Roosevelt D. Perry, failure to the Lake Wales Amphithe- Spann and son Donald. purpose of this cost-share type 1960 CHEVROLET $149500Corvair
have his vehicle under control, atre," was the announcementfrom June Albritton of Fort Pierce program Is to increase the extent -
case continued. Leroy Horton Jr. presi- spent the week end with her and speed of conservation

James Clark Sims, unlawful dent of the Passion Play Amphi- sisters Mrs Ted Spann and measures that are essential for door Coupe like new standard transmission, radio. 11,000 actual miles
theatre Karen Albritton. maintaining the capacity of our
peed, $25 or 10 days corporation. "Our regular -
Show datttt are every Tue sday r -m, -
- 1960 CHEVROLET $269500Impala
Thursday, Saturday and
Sunday, however, due to our REASONSFOR I

IIERE, THERE large crowds this year, we have Convertible full power electric windows electric seat automatic transmission radio,

added this extra performance heater 11,000 actual miles. Gilbert's demonstrator List $3800 new now only 269500.
AND YONDERBY during the Easter Season, with DINING '
the last performance of the year i shle!
00
EMERSON MOORE scheduled for April 16." 1958 FORD $11954door

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This Sunday as we all know, Look V8 automatic transmission, radio, one owner.
Is Easter Sunday. We like to recall
the Easters when we were Who's Here! TENNESSEE !

kids at home. Don't seem to be ..... ""'- 1959 WilL YS $149500Station
so Long aao M tt really It. Sometimes g

they nice were weather.white They, but had normally ., CHARLES Mr, and W.Mrs STOREY Woodward Hubert 1 COOL FINE CHEERFUL FOOD, WELL DINING PREPARED ROOM' Wagon. Four wheel drive six cylinder one owner low miles. l

maybe still do. a superstitionthat Storey are parents of an .. . ,
,
U it rained on Easter it 8 i Ib. 7 OZ boy born March 24 at i EXCELLENT SERVICE 1951 LITTLE JEEP u. $49500Four

would rain the following sue Sun the local hospital The infant has j REASONABLE PRICES

days. We remember one old lady I been named Charles Woodward. j

saying it all seriousness, that it I The TENNESSEE Wheel Drive.

never tailed she'd seen it happen LORI DENISE EPPERSON .! i

a thousand times A daughter, Lori Denise, was
RESTAURANTOn 1954 CHEVROLET $39500
S born March 27 at the Louisiana I' Ji
-w-; used to rob the bens Uulerson Hospital to Mr. and U.S. 441 2 Blocks North of LIt. Ph. RO 2.2063 i
rests for two weeks before Easter Mrs, Daniel Teddy Epperson. The
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end hide the egggs out. We learn. girl weighed 8 Ibs 5'4 02

ed to bury them In the straw.

stack or hay mow after they --I Radio.GILBERT'S

tunes.froze up It and was busted traditional a coup'e to eat of Look them over from every angle. .

.11 the eggs you could hold at
breakfast Easter morning! and we

would have several dozen hid THEY'RE NEW. .
for the accasion. Phone 2-4231 OKEECHOBEE
I

One time a hired hand of ours I

took my eggs from under the
barn floor. Wh t he substituted ALL TEIROUCHISize I

In their place didn't meet with

tny approval, and I vowed that OKEECHOBE BUILDINGSERVICE

when I got big enough, I'd get

even Never got around to H. up the

AN D SUPPLIES
I recall one occasion, when Dad BIG WACOM C

challenged a friend of the familyto The new TRAVELAIX by ---- JG
an egg eating contest at INTERNATIONAL is

breakfast Mom who was in on stylishly low in height g Sri i '
and Inside.
the joke, fried him duck big roomy 3 a
eggs With all 3 seats in, y,
end Dad hen eggs. Small ones at it carries 9 big people. HAYES ELECTRIC ATTAWAY LUMBER CO.
that. He never had a chance. With seats adjusted
Dad gave up after choking down 6 and big loads, 013 and giant> "Complete Building Supplies"

the tewelvth hen egg. Jake Lewis, loads. V-8 power is standard, RESIDENTIAL AND COMMERCIAL WIRING
the friend polished off thirteen Some models offer torsion-bar front
PLYWOOD-BUILDERS HARDWARE
duck suspension and box-section frame.
eggs. LICENSED ELECTRICIAN

PAINT-DOORS-ROOFING-STEEL
Got soft hearted or maybe soft
headed Sunday and too Old Ink MEET THE SCOUT PNONE RO 2-4643 BUILDING TRUSSES

Spots to one of our private fish. FLORIDA
Made for work-and plenty of it- OKEECHOBEE
OKEECROBEE PHONE RO 2.6121 FLORIDA
ing holes He took a 10'i pound with a dash of fun thrown in. Carries "
bass out of it, one we had been 3 people up front. All-steel body H
trying to get for over a year. hauls man size loads of cargo p'y y 4
John INTERNATIONAL 4-cy Under Comanche
Ferguson went along and
engine saves on gas and oil. Optional
got two small ones Pore 'Ole me all-wheel drive provides traction anywhere

nuttin'. Incidentally, if anyone The Scout strips for action in minutes-doors, CABINET BUILDING OSCAR CRABILL
should happen to fish up a glass windshield and top come off The Scout converts
telescope Jay hawker (cane-pole) to a town delivery with an optional steel Travel-Top BUILDER AND DEVELOPER
OFF THE JOB
10 feet from the river it Belongsto complete with side, rear window, and lift gate ON OR FREE ESTIMATES

Emerson Moore. It got pulled 1 OFFICE FURNITURE-FURNITURE-VANITIES WOODED LOTS FROM . . . . $1195.00

overboard by a bunch of hyclnth FORMICA WORK-FORMATOPS WATER FRONT LOTS FROM . . . $1895.00
while he was busy landing a PICK OUT A PICKUPlL'fTEIINATlONAL's
fish on another pole. It apparent. Wilcox Shores-
new light duty trucks are
ly sank because we cruised up different inside, outside and underneath.Plenty GEORGE SPANNOKEECHOBEE Okeechobee Estates
and down the river, near the of head room, yet stylishly!
mouth, for sometime and could. lower in overall height. Extra ground PHONE RODEO 2-7541
Camp Okeesimmee clearance too-because mufflers "Let George Do It RO 2.6851
we'd sure be OKEECHOBEE, FLORIDA'
thankful. and gas tanks do not hang ; #
down below frame level.
INTERNATIONAL V-8 power I. I!
standard. Some models offer
Hawkins Serves torsion.bar front suspension and box-section frame. BUILDERS AND CONTRACTORS

In 6th Fleet ,II Builders I WILL RECEIVE

/NEW IS TilE WORD FOR INTERNATIONAL tt; Okeechobl' Supply CompanySTEELCONCRETE

Charles J. Hawkins USN, son Com in today Set 'em! Drive 'em! Price' em! PRODUCTS MORE BUSINESS CALLS
of Mrs. Jennie L Williams of
Okeechobee Is IF YOU ADVERTISE IN
serving aboard the
BUILDING SUPPLIES
destroyer USS Manley operatingwith ..." 0 .2' The Okeechobee
the Sixth Fleet In the Med .. PLUMBING SUPPLIES-PLASTER MATERIALS News i
iterranean. EQUIPMENT
The Manley. flagship of Des. "tlI&CI6 WEST OF SAL. DEPOT For Space In This Directory

troyer Squadron Four, Is scheduled COMPANY
to participate in training 511 S. 4th HO 1-0800 OKEECHOBEE RO 2-4951 FLORIDA Phone RO 23221P'

exercises and visit France, Italy
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' I News, Friday, March 31, 1961 Page 13 the NW. SE. Taxie Deputy Clerk and was accepted by the board. Hospital News\ Patients remaining in the Louisiana BREAKS LEO

I II Strip, !lying between the Publish: McCormack stated that he felt Raulerson Hospital are John Ferguson, owner of the
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Airport road and the March 17C( 24, 31. April 7, 1961 the dump at the airfield was Patients released from the hospital Shirley Epperson and baby, Dan Ferguson Plumbing and Electrical

\\I Classified AdsFor I N.E. S.W. Taxi. Strip, The Okeechobee NewsDrainage badly situated, detracting: from this week were Ann Storey ny Hale, Basil Harvey, Linda Supply Company, received a
containing seven acres, he beauty and value of the air. and baby, Myrtle Harden, Howrd HazelUef, Carrie McNeill F. E broken leg Tuesday evening as
more or less. Is field and surrounding area. lie Croft, Mary Etta Miller, Iona Wilcox, Blanche Raulerson, John he was attempting to help catcha
Men and Women Needed Term of lease to be for twenty offered to' buy land designated by Lamb, Trudy Simmons, Wanda Ferguson, Corlne Hall and SemInoles pony. Alter the pony had been
Sale or Rent Work In Civil Service (20) years. Lease must mow Big Problem lie county and deed it to the I Griflis, Louise Griffin, Roy Pil- Jake Morgan and Tom caught, Mr, Ferguson turned to

FOR RENTnicely! furnishedtwo No experience necessary, gram. rounds and maintain premises i county, If they would move tie grim, Sam Fowler, Mary Ellen Smith and colored. Tom Mc walk away. The pony turned and
bedroom house. Residential mar school education usually suf. In a clean orderly manner. Leases Before BoardA dump. The board to considering 'Jones and baby, Frank Sommers, Queen. bumped Ferguson, knocking him

district, close In. $60 per month iclent. Train now for permanent subject to rights of United group of residents from a possible location for .a new Lenora Broome and baby, Callle to the ground. He was taken to
Phone RO 23141. Night phone Job with security. Send name, States and Federal Aviation Ag southeast of town, north of Route dump. lass and colored patients Erns!!. The Yankees turned back the the hospital here where the extent
:RO 2-7351. dh address, phone No. to: National envy Said bids! will be opened 70, appeared before the Board Specifications! for a new fire tine Johnson and baby, Vernell Cleveland Indians In their season of hU injuries' was discover
Training Service, Box 638, Okee-
at 10 o'clock A. M. Tuesday, of County Commissioners to pro. truck was submitted by Olen Clark and Bessie Mae Garvin. series, 16 games to 6. ed
chobee. 3 3
FOR RENT 5-5pp
Building across April 11, 1961 In the County Commissioners test the widening and deepeningf Godwin; fin chief, but no action:
from City Hall. Suitable for of
FOR SALE A. V. FAHMALL Room, County Court. ) a canal draining land northof was taken by the board for pur
flees. Call Gino Boromel, ROdeo INTERNATIONAL TRACTOR and house Okeechobee County, Flor- them unless Bomb provisionwas chase of the vehicle. WEEKEND COUPON SPECIALSCLIP

25361. 317,24,31FOR 5Mowet'. Excellent condition. Ida The Board reserves the rightto made to handle the extra It was agreed to advertise the

RENT Furnished nice Call RO 2-9471. J-31U reject any and all bids. low of water In the wet season. hanger area of the airfield fora THESE COUPONS FOR BIG SAVINGS
clean one or two room apart- JOHN F. PEARCE, They stated that under present 20-year lease after H. H "Bus

ment. By week or month. Utilities Business Service Chairman, Board of conditions excess water pours on ter" Christopher expressed unwillingness .
furnished. Road 78, Telephone County Commissioners their properties with Inadequate to accept it or remain
ROdeo 2-3163. 4-29tf SEPTIC TANKS and GREASE Okeechobee County, Flroida drainage to remove It. The board as manager for less. The COUPON
i TRAPS CLEANED and Repaired. Attest: agreed to view the problem and county must maintain the field
FOR RENT Furnished cabins, -Phone Okeechobee RO 24724 or HAYNES E. WILLIAMS to try to work out a solution. It and provide management or It WOMEN'S JEWELRY
electric kitchens. P, P. Evans, RO 2-2071. Clerk, Board of was suggested thot a possible will revert to the U, S. Govern
Phone 23961. 7-2411 County Commissioners canal mightbe ment. Christopher will pay $500 77cRtg.
FOR REPAIRS Frlgidalre and Okeechobee I right of way for a will WITH THIS COUPON .. . . . . . . . . . . . . .
on County and
FOR SALE Two new 3-Bed. obtained across land belonging a year lease managethe
room unfurnished houses. See G Maytag Appliances call GIL Publish: March 31, Apri. ? 1961 to R. E. Hamrick. field. SI.00 Value
W. Clay at Railroad Store, Okee BERT'S, RO 2-4231. U The Okeechobee NewsIN Benjamin Widoff from Bass- Bid for asphalt for the county

chobee. 11-4U WHITE RIDGE WATER 5 gal. wood subdivision asked the coup roads went to Curry and Turner
ty to open a ditch to facilitate Construction Co, Inc, of Bra*
FOR SALE: 2-Bedroom house, 85c plus deposit. Distilled water THE CIRCUIT COURT OP COUPON
2Sc gallon plus deposit. PARK THE NINTH JUDICIAL CIR drainage from the development. enton.
and lot. Low Monthly payment.
Florida Power and Light askedto
He stated that the developers
Jim Walter Corp. Call ROdeo 6- DRUG CO., Phone RO 23271.IM3tf CUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND would maintain the canal after it set poles one fool inside the Children's Lace Trim Nylon & Rayon PANTIES
1601 or write P.0. Box 372, Okee FOR OKEECHOBEB COUN 50 foot right of
of -
was opened. He was Informed by I right way on
chobee. 3.3tf WANTED TO BUY Used Pony TY, IN CHANCERY. the board that the ditch did not ways and six and a half feet in. 4 //C
CASE NO. 1114 WITH THIS COUPON . . . . . . . . FOR
FOR RENT: Furnished apart. Cart. Call ROdeo 2.3221 or RO belong to the county. Widoff asserted side on over 50 feet on county 29c each
SUIT FOR DIVORCE Regular
ment for two. Utilities furnishedTwo 2-3141. dh that he felt that the roads. He-was asked to stay as
blocks north and H block GORDON LEE' WALTERS drainage was a county responsibility near the line as possible, to enable
west of Mobley' Garage. Phone BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES Plaintiff although it Is a State Road the road department to

RO 2$ 1. 3-24 BUSINESS FOR SALE Due to MATTIE vs RUTH WALTERS Department project at the de. maintain the ditches COUPON

Illness, MACK'S FRUIT at Yee- velopment. "Why don't you openIt
FOR RENT: Clean 2 bedroom Defendant
haw Junction will' sell for Inven you knew the water was there
house trailer Call RO 23671. NOTICE OF SUIT UNDERGOES SURGERY TERRY CLOTH DISH TOWELSWITH
tory of etock and equipment. Contact before you went there, Pearce
3-24 U F. B. McDonald at the stand TO: asked. The request was deniedby Donald Walker, son of Mr
Mattie Ruth Walters
2
FOR RENT New house In East In Yeehaw Jet. 3-24.31P the board. and Mrs. Franklin Walker un THIS COUPON . . .,. . . . . . FOR OOC
Okeechobee. $C5 per month. Call Route 1Summervllle Other business brought before' derwent surgery Tuesday in a Regular 59cBOSTON
RO 2-1691. 3-31-61 AUTO WASH GeorgiaYou I the board Included West Palm Beach hospital. He
Be first to enjoy this amazing op. are hereby notified thata A plat for a subdivision named is recuperating nicely and ex ,
FOR RENT 2 Bedroom furnished portunity. Enjoy these advantages Bill of Complaint for Divorce Playland Park on Route 98 was peels to return home this week.
house. Call RO 12232. 3-31U as an owner of a coin operatedcar has been filed against you, and submitted by Jack McCormack end.
wash multiple operation. No you are required to serve a copy THE STORE
Trailers For Sale land to lease, n. building to buy, of your answer or pleading to
no fixed overhead, no labor problems the Bill of Complaint on Plain

FOR RENT Two Bedroom duplex no experience necessary.We tiff'i attorney T. W. Conely, Jr.,
apartment Refrigeration furnish location, Installationsand Box 608, Okeechobee, Florida, WSUGThanks
Call RO 6-1901. 3-10U training You furnish $2990 and file the original answer or .
(total) and reap the profits. Can pleading In the office of the Clerkof
TRAILER FOR SALE 33 ft be handled without disturbing
Circuit Court, on or before
American, one bedroom 1957 present occupation Write for local the 14th day of April, 1961. If ,. WE WILL START A COUNTY WIDE
Model Phone 6-1172. Albert
interview.WESTERN you fall to do so, Decree Pro
Hauk I
3-31P-U SALES Confesso will be taken againstyou
I 4010 Bldg. for the relief demanded In our many friends and

MerchandiseFOR 4010 W. 65th St. the Bill of Complaint.Done .

Minneapolis! 24. Minnesota and ordered at Okeechobee Garbage Collection Route

SALE Nearly new Minolta NoticesIN Florida, this 14th day of listeners and invites you to tune
Autocord with tripod, light meter, Legal March, 1961.
flash and all other equipment Including THE CIRCUIT COURT OF (SEAL)
several rolls of film: also THE NINTH JUDICIAL CIR HAYNES E. WILLIAMS
year old General Electric Mixer, CUIT OF FLORIDA. IN AND Clerk of Circuit Court Radio 1050 from 6 AM to 8 AM

used only a few times. Call for FOR OKEECHOBEE COUN By: GLORIA J. FORD

Krewkutt Box 2-3221 or 23141. dh TY. IN CHANCERY. APRIL 15thFor

CASE NO. 1812 for a program designed for the
USED TV'S ACTION FOR DIVORCE
GOOD CONDITION SAMUEL PAUL BRYANT, JR. Jewel-Lit

I CENTRAL ELECTRIC and GAS Plaintiffvs.. Summer White North Lake area. It's the "OKRoundup"
=Your Cradlt U Good- AUDIS BELLE BRYANT

DAVE'S TRADING CENTERBox Defendant. ti1bs10 Service Write P. O. Box Okeechobee 1626
NOTICE OF SUIT and
Mo kochobo., Fla. TO: Music Country

Phone 2.6025 .. .. .. Audie Belle Bryant
I Refrigerator ........... $6000 3312 Capitol Street
1 Dinette Set ............ $30.00 Jackson, Mississippi Western on Radio Clewiston WSUG Or Call Collect HO 4.1841

1 Dinette Set .........,.. $20.00 YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIEDThat
1 Gas Heater ............ $1800 a Complaint for Divorce has '
1 Baby Bed ... .. .. .. $1800 been filed against you, and you / $2.00 Per Month Pickup Twice A Week
DAVE'S TRADING CENTERBox
are required to serve a copy of
$04 OkNchob, Fla. your Answer or other pleadings, d1:. ..... :
SEWING MACHINES to the Complaint on the Plaintiffs j. ,"1 Whitaker and GriggsCOUNTY

DOES YOUR SEWING MACHINE!: Attorney, W. L. Hendry, P. 0 I REGISTERED
Box 332 Okeechobee Florida and
,
NEED SERVICING? We give
file the Answer other
original or
ONE DAY Service-90 day guaranteed
pleadings in the office of the
parts for all machines. We
also have rebuilt Singers and Clerk of the Circuit Court on or ANGUS HEREFORD SANITATION
Glittering jewels light
before the 10th day of April, 1961.
other new sewing machines. Wi
do buttons, buckles, belts and but If you fall to do so, judgment by fire at the taper-toe of AND BRAHMA
default will be entered against
ton boles. Free Home Demonstra.
tions. LEWIS THOMPSON, 133 you for the relief demanded in this little white leather
the Complaint.
Depot Dr., Phone HO 1-6237, or In
DONE AND ORDERED at pump, turn it festive
Okeechobee ROdeo 23221. 120i
Okeechobee, Florida this 8th day

FOR SALE Four burner electric of March 1961.HAYNES. enough for summer's

range,. $13. Also 1954 Nash E. WILLIAMS
most exciting times. _
Overhauled motor needs to be In Clerk of Circuit Court ANNOUNCINGTHE

stalled. $95. Call RO 6822.. 3.24tfLET'S Okeechobee County, Florida BULLSFOR
(SEAL) ADDITION OF Ate
TRADE MOWERS By: HAZEL WILLIAMS
JUST CALL ROdeo 24231 today Deputy Clerk NEW LINE OF
for a FREE demonstration on Publish March 10 17 24, 31, 1961 Only
your lawn. We'll trade on the The Okeechobee News

spot. Sizes and prices to fit your 4.99
needs. LEGAL NOTICE l'Af : JEWELRYWALTHAM

GILBERT'S NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN ;;

that the Board of County Com

EmploymentHELP missloners of Okeechobee County l WATCHES
Florida, will receive sealed
WANTED bids for lease of the following described ROYALS
TIMEX WATCHES
Mate or female, ClerIcaland property:
Stcrctarlal. Five day A strip of land 900 feet
Wotk. Writ Dipt. OKB in length, extending from i NECKLACES
care of Okoochob N.wi.

7-Wtf iI ; LIGHTERS
I

FERGUSON PLUMBINGAND
RINGS

pt a SALECALL

you ELECTRICIS PINS '


SE v SILVERWARE
NOW LOCATED IN THE
\ CARVING SETS

STELLO BUILDINGSOUTH
AND MANY, MANY
FRIGIDAIRESERVICE I
PARK ST.

that Is OTHER ITEMS

AND IS PREPARED TO SUPPLY
e Fait mat low-cost CHARliEFREEMAN
,
installation.e ALL YOURPLUMBING r EASY CREDIT TERMS


Prompt,courteous AND MAY BE ARRANGED ON ALL
skillful service.Frigldaira .

e Precision ELECTRICAL NEEDS JEWELRY PURCHASESGILBERT'S

Parts.
.
a S Advice on adapting CALL DAY OR NIGHT

Frtgldalre appliancestoyoatkitchen. .

Office RO 2.5561
DAY PHONE . . .. .. . . .. ROdeo 6-1595
fcffl on the folks who'd

Ilk.to call on youl I II NIGHT PHONE . . . . . ,. ROdeo 2-1081 Residence RO 2.5021 PHONE RODEO 2-4231 OKEECHOBEE, FLORIDAOkeechobee

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Kids-Matches cooking ranges
Costly,CombineChildren Solar SystemThe ENJOY MORE GOOD EATING- SHOP A'P FOR EVERYTHING FROM TRIMLY N'S TO"SUPERRIGHT" ...

and matches "are an nine planets of the solar
expensive combination. during system usually are divided into
the year 1969, children playing two general groups: terrestrialand # WfrJIWSilI/IITURhWS !
with matches caused 34,600 fires Jovian The terrestrial planets ,
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In ,the United States, destroying -Earth, Mercury, Venus and )
,. $ ,380OOO worth of property. Mars resemble one another in
"Keep matches out of reach structure and probably In chemical .
Of children," advises Fire Chief composition. The Jovian planets .I .. ; !. .. )
Olen Godwin,"and you may. avoid -Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus, {? : ; .' ..
tragedy In your home" Neptune and Pluto-are entirely .. :wrf'j... ., t *
He urges that matches be keptIn different in substance Astronomers .. rwrc2j.,. 'ft
a closed metal container away speculate they may consist!
from heaters, fireplaces and I largely of solid hydrogen \\ 8'
SHORT SHANK USDA INSPECTED FROZEN GRADE "A"
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HAMS TURKEYS

CLUBS AND SCHOOLS OR
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HALF or WHOLE Lb. 45c SHANK AND c
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PLACE ORDERS EARLY SMALL, TENDER LEAN I PORTION LB. C DRAWN :

CHECK PRICES CENTER SLICES Lb. 79c Average 8 to 16 Lb. 39

MORRELL PRIDE BONELESS SKINLESS COOKED


STRICKLANDSEGG Pltate Contact CANNED HAMS 5 CAN LB. $38' LB.


Real Country Smoked Dry Cured Armour Star "Ham What Am" JANE PARKER
FARMNEAR Talmadge Hams lb 89c Canned Ham 5 'Ib> $4.99 StuffingBREAD

OVERPASSRO Super Right Fine Quality Beef Allgood Brand Sugar Cured SERVE WITH
2.3831 Rib Roast lb 69c Sliced Bacon 'lb' 49c

Super Right Fine Quality Beef Cap't. John'sOysters OCEAN SPRAY
Rib Steak 'lb
79c 12 oz. en 95c

Super Right Fine Quality Beef Cap't.John's Golden Brown'10 oz. pk. CRANBERRYSAUCE Lb. C
Short Ribs 'lb 39c Fish Sticks 29c 1 1,1 2Super Loaf 2 5

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Right Pork Bag Cap't. John's Quick Frozen
S a usa g e lbt 39c Flounder Fillets lb 45c

Georgia Smoked Talmadge Fresh Headiest
SUNNYBROOK SHIPPED & FLORIDA
Sausage 79c Large Shrimp 'Ib 75c

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OKEECHOBEE, FLORIDA ORANGES 5 Lb. Bag 39 OFF the regular low prke . / .: Tomato LIBBYS Juice 2I .U1:2Sc

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LAND IMPROVEMENTBRIDGES f'RESIiEST' LIBBYS

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PARATION FOR SUBDIVISIONS APPLES 2 29c :.......M......M..M.tMMo 9V*
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DITCHING AND DIKING

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i rirr PICKLESANGELUS I MIXED JAR 27 EASTERCARNIVAL BASKET MIX 29c

WHITE CAMPFIRE MINIATURES 2-6'/4 oz. pkgs. 29c WARWICK CHOCOLATE COVERED

; 10 Oz. & NUT EGG 12 Oz. 39cPKGS.
MARSHMALLOWS 2 35cFRUIT CANDYCOTTON


COAST: TO COAST SHERRY PORT MUSCATEL GRAPE TAILS 12 Oz..Pkg, 29c


FASHIONFOLDDOWN = ,, WINE I '/2Vi GAL UNIT OF 3 $5 95 Marshmallow WORTHMORE DECORATED EGGS ?g.Zt 29c

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