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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: May 5, 1961
Publication Date: -1992
Frequency: triweekly[<1989>-1992]
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Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 82, no. 91 (Sept. 13, 1992).
General Note: "The voice of the Everglades."
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 6, no. 24 (Jan. 8, 1926).
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The Local CivilDefense ; Little/ / League Play Starts I AlmostaMillion

the InState
on Okeechobee DiamondsLittle

: Alert League play got under. 'To Be
Members of the Civil Air Patrol way In Okeechobee Monday evening Spent on

cd the Sheriffs Department, starting the largest best I,
and county officials! wU work on organized season In Its short k'k

Ida the local problem of a National history with 22 teams partlclpatng -

slate Civil Defense alert under the direction . Practice sessions have been Road SystemCity -

of C D director Johnny underway for several weeks and
with Jenkins this week end
most teams started the season
ere The simulated attack on Eleven Okeechobee county: sec
alert a with full rosters Of players -
the U.S., will start at 1400 Friday ondary road projects were approved -
ready for a fast, hardplayingeason. Council
ers and end at 12 noon Saturday by the state road department -

Civil Defense directors front) This year for the first time r t "y rsyrrM Holds Quiet j J this week. Coupled
bas Okeechobee, Martin and St. Lucie with two projects now under
Little will Incorporate
League
for Meet > way the total cost for construction .
your counties met April 21 briefing four farm teams and four colored Tuesday
time oa die alert. Although it is ignored and resurfacing of roads
teams making four leagues The
4rco
tope in many areas, it is a require Little ? Meeting of the city council wasa and bridges In the county this
Pony League, League,
often ment Federal law that all affair year will amount to $742,000.
by Farm League and Colored League ) ' quiet only one person,

\\ ? OIL WELL? CYCLONE? No, its the county and state officials partici Fire Chief Olen Godwin, appearing The two jobs now underwayare

end of a sandsucker being used in Taylor pate in a National alert, accord. Pony League teams will be R. M Goolsby displays a In person with a request He a two and a hall mile

\\ to deepen the creek with the sand being leg to Jenkins. as follows: pitching machine! UMd by Little asked that the Volunteer Fire stretch In the Eagle! Bay area
The local problem deals with League players for batting department be allowed to place a on old Dixie at a cost of $78.000
to fill two blocks of land west of the creek. BRIGHTON
team what to do with refugees from the practice The gadget, op radio transmitter in the fire hall and about a mile of constructionon
land is owned R. E. Hamrick who has Paul Bowers, Timmy Johns,
by stated
coastal areas who congregate in crated by an electric motor at their own expense Councilman the Bill Williams road off
( ) has no definite plans for the use of the land the county end with the protection Roley Buck, Jack Smith, Jr., and a series of springs, accurate Jesse Watford pointed out thatit State Road 70 at a cost of $34-000.
Noah Johns Bowers Lester
that tentative arrangements wars underway from radio active fall-out Andy !/ throws the ball ever would Involve obtaining a 11 Biggest item Is for $140,000,
Gopher John Huff
ture The Sheriff' Department and the Wayne the at AM to Eagle Bay drive to State Road
have been spread that the development Rufus Tiger Sammy plate any spot operator cense and probable expense
Gopher
Ing local Civil Air Patrol will handle .*lctt. It can be set to the city Godwin was asked to 15, a distance of a mile and a
be used for office site and for
a post a shopping Wallace: Tommie, Joe Billie Jr,
communications throw hard or easy, high or investigate cost of the unit, space half It will cost $115,000 for anew
The and Howard Osceola.
ing post office department has not yet The State Headquarters is located low. As the balls are fed needed, etc Permission was bridge over Taylor creek

The a site although several are under considera in Jacksonville Martin PERRINE down a chute a throwing arm withheld pending the Investigation known as the cemetery bridge.
Richard
er county is co-ordinating center for Ivey, Duane Jolly, picks them up and hurls That price Includes the ap.

was the tri-county area of OkeechobeeSt Kent Boutwell, Al Burk, Ted thorn over the plate The proaches.The .

Lucie and Martin counties. Canupp, Ray Smothers Joe Rish- above picture snows the arm Taro requests to have streets total list Is as follows:

. Fete Report C. D. Drill Jenkins said Chat it would be up, Ira Lloyd Adkins, Charlie as It Is about to deliver a opened were read, one by Leon Bridge and approaches> over

By well worth anyone's time to at Brown. BOOby Dingier, Archie ball Goolsby the ma- Yeildlng for Eleventh street from Taylor Creek. 260 miles, 70000.
Teams says
must To Be Only Fair tend the atomic school conduct. Lee, Jr, Curtis Ray Baxley, chine Is safer for practice U S. 441 to the first paved street Ceme'er" Road, SR 15 to northeast

er ed at the school auditorium every avaughn Radford, Tom Cotton because It always throws In east of the highway, and one by 1.5 miles, $45,000.SR .
high school athletes, Okeechobeee county's participation Tuesday night by Bobby Lamb. Iran Roland, Edward Raiford C, H Parkerson for a street past
print the um place "It doesn't 15 to SR 710, 9 mile, $4,000.
honored next Tuesday in the national Civil Defense and William M Suit
Fish House Charles
us throw any spit balls," ho said LIghtsey Eagle Bay Drive to SR 25 1.544 I
a banquet sponsored by alert held last week MEEKINSJames
was described in
Musgrove also sent a requestto mires
$140,000.Twelfth .
with .
dub. The affair will by C. D. Director Johnny Jenkins Tent Revival Attaway, Terry Bran. a grin.Funeral have the street repaired at his street, SR 700 to SR

FI.orlda.'T' at the primary school caf as fair The public reactionwas chard, Al Cantrell, Bark Clay, warehouse Investigations to see 15. 13 $120000Florida ,

and will start at 7 p. m slight, Jenkins said, The Opens Here Larry Clements, Ben Dixon, Lu- what is required for all three Avenue, SR 70 to Tenth

ceremonies.Arrants will act as mas public was for the most part, unaware ther Graham, Norman Haynes, Services projects were recommended.. I street, sidewalk, .7 mile $3,000.
that the national problemwas r Ronnie Lawrence, John Lott,
Held for Orange Avenue, SR 70, one-hsif
of In charge of the in progress. A story of the Charlie Robertson, Raymond Sunday A request by a lady to move a

Leonard Berger He said forthcoming alert, written by a Storey, Walter Veasey, Steve Wat- David CassellFuneral jailer onto lots she owns for i mile,8 mile and west to Hancock street,
.
$40000
,
speaker will be I News reporter, was unintentional. ford, Malcolm Westtoerry, and living purposes was denied. I
Ray Moms During the ly left out of the paper. Bobby White A complaint that electricians Tenth Avenue, Orange: Avenueto
services for. David
Florida Avenue, 13 mile, $7000Mioco
letter awards will be
and
The alert, a simulated attackon BOYS SCHOOL plumbers were operating in
Wells Cassel, age 66, were held Bluff road, SR 700 to
outstanding athletes I the U. S started Donnie Martin the city without city licenses was
was at 1400 hours 4 Y" Pete Soubasis, at the First Methodist church at northeast
other than the athletic : 6.7 miles, $25 000.
Friday and ended noon Saturday. M Richard Simmons David Woods submitted. Since it U a city ordinance
der 4pm. Sunday with Rev, V, J.
will include coaches, the SR 15 to SR 710, 1.2 mile, $5,000,
that electricians and
C. D. directors Billy Gibson
from Okeecho- Joe Curren, Dennis
also
Ragsdale, pastor, officiating.Mr. Eagle Bay Drive west on old
principals county fupeeia-
bee, Martin and St. Lucie counties terahol., Jim Williams, WiilUamr plumbers be licensed the council
. .. Jn pets cheer leaders and Cbeir had been briefed at a drill *">+*rtln' i.asu,* TTna* n n.r... Cassel died at the Veter.- decided 'to stop work at unlMMM.I _Dixie,'r-then north_,to_,SR_70> 2.561. c
ea oberHor they meet the
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100 meeting April 21, as k 4th"ttti foulding. Guy Wilson, James Coral Gables Friday He had requirements. Bill Williams road and east, 734

each The sheriff's department, local Barber Steve Ogle, Gene Butler, been In failing health for several mile, $34000Eagle .

and Civil Air Patrol and F, F. C. Andy McClain and Ronald Hem. months and had been in and out Church zone signs win be placedon Bay Drive' SR 70-A to

Veasey handled communications Jenkins lager of the hospital on several occasions Parrott avenue, due to a com south, 6.5 miles, $9,000.

vas Attend said these agencies were exceptionally AMERICAN LEGION plaint of members of the Church Countywide right of way and

cooperative. Three John Roy And Charlie Norris, He came to Okeechobee in >f the Brethren that noise from preliminary engineering, $162,000.

of )} members of the county commission W K. Lamb, Robert Riechert. 1936 from Detroit and for years trucks was disrupting services. This Is the first time in many
sat in on the drill Friday i l r Yt r 1'I Jimmy Byrd, Ivan Rolland, JJoutwell. .
only was employed at Meserve Hardware A complaint that the ball field years that the county road pro

1925 Ann Veasey of Okeecho night. Although It is ignored in Donald Deloney, Jack He was a member of the was being used for practice by gram was accepted In its entirety

been accepted as a memo many areas, Iis; a requirement 'I'Iy Butts, Fred Capel, Danal Hen. Methodist church, a veteran of unauthorIed persons during Sunday Previously the road board

Park Florida< Presbyterian Col. of federal law that county and rich, Herman Tanner, James World War I, and a member of morning church services was had stricken out projects and ordered -

second freshman class, state officials! participate In a ; at Y rr nor 'I i Jones, Johnny Hill, Michael Davis the V. F. W and American Legion read The practice will be stopped changes.

the in September 1961 national alert, Jenkins said i I Roger Lowe, Glen Carden, Ray by police.ChaInnan The county has a bill, In the

Veasey is now a senior The local problem dealt with :4 Smathers, Danny Brown and Surviving are his wife, Corrine legislature, which, It passed!, will!

High School Her what. to do with. refugees who as t_ I Bobby Carden. a son, David, Jr, of Green. Claude Gardner sale permit the commissioners to

are Mr and Mrs. W. B. WOW congregate in the county In a J MARKHAM ville. Texas, and a sister, Mrs that a warehouse was being used spend the secondaray road money

er of Okeechobee. the event of an attack on the Rev. B, J. Kinlaw, Baptist nun Gary Stewart, John Henry Powell Myra Cassel of North Wales, Pa by the Anderson Bag Co In whatit for the best Interests of the county .

Presbyterian opened coasts and with protection from Ister from) Belle Glade, has erected Leon Talley, Donald Parker, Pallbearers were D. R. Wat- thought to be a residential zone without Intervention from the

for the first time in radioactive fallout.Communications. a tent on South Park street Lloyd Adkins, Edward Bethel ford, Russell Domer, Vernon In East Okeechobee, An invest sate If that occurs, some observers

1960 accepting a by the sheriff where he will conduct revival services Richard Denman, Ray Tomlinson! Reeves, E. M Meserve, Sara gation will be made Mayor say, it will be possible
department and Game for the next couple of weeks J T Coker, Jr Don Roland Donald Mack said the warehousehad
still class of 150 It plans to and Fresh Spray, Closets and Franklin Walker for the county to legally assist the
enrollment to 400 in 1961- Water Fish Commission were starting Thursday night. Durrance, Wayne Watford, Burial was in North Wales, been in operation for over a city la streeet building programs

a class each year un good. The C A P. had trouble, Rev. Kinlaw a graduate of the Tommy Coffman, Doyle McDuf- Pa Yates Funeral Home was to year,

four.j'ear status A due to weather conditions. Trans Lake Forest College and several fie, Ronnie Walker Gil Cutbreth charge of arrangements. Watford submitted prices for a
.
system is planned la mission was good but receiving seminaries and Institutes, servedin and Kenneth L. Nipper. washing machine for the city Negro Drownsin
bad. Nine cadets from the local Cuba on the Baptist Home Mis
PONY LEAGUE SCHEDULE i jail, $110 for a reconditioned one,
CAP. were assigned to don Board. Recently he has been Kissimmee
arts coeducational in guard
May 2-FBS vs. Meekins $200 for a new one A motion was
the duty at the St. Luce locks conducting services for migratory Band ConcertThe
the new college is open along May \Iarkham: vs Legion carried to purchase the new one
bo with cadets from Palm workers in Pahokee He said The I
Beach
and body of
of all religious faiths Ransom Albritten,
May Okeechobee Mack said
Martin counties I some of his talks In Okeechobee 11Legion vs Perrine High School Mayor that ten stop local colored
quality education would explain conditions in Cuba May 7 Brighton vs. Perrlne Band will present a concert Sunday signs had been ordered for the man, was found
and interrelated knowledge Response to the drill by the floating In the Klssjmmee. river
May 9 Markham vs. Meekins < afternoon, May 7 at 3 p. mIn .
bers study public was very unsatisfactory today. city.Mack Sunday. Judging from the condition ,
the school .
May 11 Legion vs Perrine auditorium also reported that a postal
all over the country, according to of the body the had
college now occupies a May 14 FBS vs Brighton Selections to be played includeLa official In Jacksonville had negro
In a report from national civil defense drowned several> days
?. campus near down. ago
InspectionMade May 16 Perrine vs Markham Banda Noscente March by told him that Okeechobee woul i
St Petersburg It owns a headquarters Sbraccia! County; Coroner G, E. Bryant
Monte
May 18 Brighton vs Meekins ; Vista Overture be eligible for city malll delivery
U site on Boca Clega Bay, Jenkins blames the lack of interest reported that Albritten had met I
Of New May 21 FBS vs Legion by Carl Frangkiser; Excerpts when street signs were erected
tho it plans to build a $22.000- to lack of education He May 23 Markham vs FBS from the. Opera Die Merstersinger and houses numbered Elehtv death through accidental drowning

be has to attend asked the that atomic everyone school who can Building At FSB May 25 Legion vs Brighton by Richard Wagner, the Im four per cent-of-the-s -reet-;'must' foul. play.There was no evidence of j

being May 28 Meekins vs Perrine presarlo Overture by W A. Mozart be named and posted, he said.
conducted by Bobby Lamb at the Ernest Roemer, Engineer, Inspector May 30 Legion vs Meekins Excerpts from the Ballet, House numbering is up to the
high school
FELLOWS every Tuesday) night for the State in the con June 1 Markham vs Brighton Sleeping Beauty by Peter Tschalkawsky owner. No action was taken. Calls

rtruction division, visited the June 4 FBS vs Perrine arranged by Bennett; He also presented r request Rogers
FILM Florida School for Wednesday '
Boys Amparito Boca March by Jaime
June 6 FBS vs Meekins from Johnny Jenkins, civil defense For Complete
Meeting NightIs for the express purpose cl June 8 Markham vs Legion Texido; and Mississippi Suite Overture director, that :
Odd Fellows Lodge and Re- checking all structures of the sec representa I
t June 11 Brighton vs Perrine by Ferde Grafe, lives from city departments and Boycott of Cuba
full Changed end phase which have been com .
are sponsoring a June 13 Markham vs Meekins The band is completing arrangements the city councilmen attend
a
motion picture at the high pleted and which are expected to June 15 Legion vs Perrine for the state contest, meeting of the Civil Defense Congressman Paul G, Rogers
two auditorium on May 25. The Assemblly of God midweek be turned over to officials within
pro. June 18 FBS vs Brighton which will be held in Miami May council at the court house the has called for a complete economic
two : services bas been changed from the next few days for use and occupancy .
from which will be used to 11 12 and 13
,
June 20 Perrine vs Markham thirJ Thursday of each month, boycott of Cuba in a state.
Tuesday night until Wednesday In with Roem
the lodge's youth program company June 22 FBS vs Legion The concert, welds brings !the The meetings will start at 7:30p. ment to the House of Representatives
assist with Its building pro. according to announcement by er was Charles Kuhn, architect. June 25 Markham vs FBS band's school year to a close, Is m The council expressed: along with action by the
Rev. Anton P Jensen, pastor. and designer of the master overall '
Is Invited to
free and the public
June 27 Legion vs Brighton approval of the idea. Organization of American Statesto
the next ten weeks Rev, for the entire Institution
was picture, a religious film, is During plan : June 29 Meekins attend the program. invoke economic sanctions
end His Glory" It U in Jensen said, special training! Pat Harmon, who has acted In vs Perrine the
July 2 against Castro
Legion government
>lor. Tickets are on sale courses will be held for Sunday the capacity: of resident inspector July 4 Markham vs Meekins i OAS Isolation of Cuba diplomat.
at school workers and teachers for the state throughout the operation vs Brighton Local
of the two organlza
Juluy 6 FBS vs Perrine JUDGE BRYANT RELEASESTWO Boy Ically, and the establishment) of
and it 1 Is hoped there will The Wednesday evening services J Hilbert Sapp of Or FROM COUNTY JAIL an inter-Amerkan military force
to advance sale will start at 7:30.: p,m. Undo, head of the firm which did Honored On '
__ __ 6 prevent the spread of common.ism.
n the building, and George Campbell Jesse Lee Davis, who was given -

foreman of the work for the Womaiis Club 30 days In Jail April 24 for engaging TV Program Rogers. noted that "all Americans
construction concern.A in an affray at Browth'aBar
thorough tour which encompassed Elects OfficersBee in east Okeechobee, asked John Thomas, (Tommy) Robinson are proud of the strong

Buildings\ AD-8 and AD 10, that the court reduce his sentence brought a tremor of excitement stand taken by the President,

cottage dormitories for white Arrants was elected president because he bad a responsible job to his Okeechobee relatives and we now must act to backup

boys; BD-6 and BD-7, cottage of the Womans' dub at the and a family dependent upon him when he appeared on a nation. our oositlon. The first step

a dormitories for colored youngsters recent election of the organlza He promised to not enter the bar wide television show Thursday might be a more complete economic .

the new repair shops; the ties Other officers' named Include again or engage in another al. night. tleup of Cuba by banning!

dispensary for colored boys, and Paula Williams, first vice pres- fray. His sentence was ordered Tommy was attending the Tennessee all Imports from that country,

the new fire station was made Went; Gloria Ford, second vice- terminated by Judge G, E. Bryant Ernie Ford show with other ,,84 we have been "calling for for

and, in the main, there was a president, Eva Mae Williams, so he could return to his Job, service men when Ford called over a year now

concensus of opinion that all were parliamentarian; Hazel Williams King Solomon Willis, who was for all men named John to come Rogers Is the sponsor of aRouse

of the finest! construction and that recording secretary, and Dere- sentenced to 90 days In jail on up on the stage He and a half i Bill expressing the wish

each was so erected as to achieve thea Yoemans, treasurer. April 17, for disturbing the peace, dozen other soldiers were enter of the Congress that all Cuban

Work on the Big Lake Press buildingand buildings will be completed before the ultimate in functlonaUsm. The club has several projects said that he had been offered a tamed by Ford and the singing imports Into the United Stales

Ferguson Plumbing is progressIng June 1, Clarence Lefter, builder, said. Much of the furniture and the under way. The members are job in Stuart. WIEk w'j that he group, the Top Twenty, Many be. halted at once, and he has

rapidly with walls being laid this The Big Lake Press will have 2500 equipment necessary for occupancy working on plan for city! beatification would leave Okeechobee county Okeechobee people saw the show pointed out that over 50 million
of these new units is already and an extensive! Christmas and not return if his sentence was and immediately recognized Robinson pounds of Cuban products have
week. Above photo shows a Meekins square feet of floor space, Ferguson entered this far this
country so
in the warehouse, and some decoration program. They reduced Judge Bryant set his ,
truck pouring ready.mix concrete for Plumbing, 1875. has already been moved from also are working for betterment sentence aside with those provisions He to stationed at McArthur year through one Florida\ y

the floor of Big Lake Press. Both storage Into the new quarters, of library facilities army base at San Pedro, Call alone

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.. News, Friday, 5, 1961 2 IThey're I
May Pag
9:30: until 2.00. The clubs that
YOUTHFUL the high school lunch
I room on TEEN TOWN Saturday. They appreciate all the breeding and rearing
were represented were For t, Tuesday nght. The Okeechobee people who brought their cars by face Ales in a USDA laboratory
The Okeechobee NewsEntered I I I CHATTER I Okeechobee.Pierce, Pahokee, Clewlston and baseball! team played against Jupiter NEWS----- for them to wash and to help In Washington In it research tI.
I Tuesday afternoon at Okee them raise this money. fort to find control
as Second Class Matter July t, 1911, at the Post Office la ,, By MARY JANE LEFTER Monday the Beta Club gave the chobee. The Okeechobee Teen Town' The Teen Town needs a piano, Long common in measures.Europe
Okeechobee, Florida Under Act of March 8. 1879 Wednesday the chapel programwas chapel The The F. H. A. held their annual Club Is going to on TonyGlenn'i i for their dances on Friday nights Asia and
program. new members appear face flies, a menace to
given by the I
boys
r physical
Mother-Daughter banquet Friday, If there Is who has an
anyone
Subscription Price (Un advance per year $3.00 education built for the Ilrst'semester received "Let' Dence" television livestock were first observed in
Two Years $3.00; Six Months $2.00. Shorter periods not accepted. mkls and did class. They pyra their pine and there were April 21 in the high school lunchroom program on May 27 at 6:30: on old piano that they woull like to this country in 1953. That
many other atunts. was
The speaker for the donate, the Teen Town Club
evenIng
students that WTVJ, West Palm Beach. About
LAMONTE H. MOORE. Publisher seven were tapped I in New
Thursday the F. H. A. and the York State. Now
EMMALENE B. MOORE Advertising Manager F, H. A. held for the second semester, was Rev John Dickson. There S Oor 60 boy and girls are plan would appreciate It. The County have they
their spread
regular meetings to a number of
were short skits given by memo ning on making the trip to West Is fixing up the old county barn other -
PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY AT OKEEC1IOBEE. FLORIDA during home room 'period. The Junior Class' held a class bers of the F. H. A. Palm Beach to be on the pro. right across from the court house states and since 1951 thy
Published and Printed In Okeechobee County Florida, Heart of Thursday night about 20 of the meeting Tuesday in the auditorium gram. Tony Glenn Is going to ask for the club and it is coming have caused serious concern
the Florida Dairy Country and Cattle Industry, with the Best Bus F. H. A. members made corsagesfor The purpose of the meeting On April 6, 1909 Commander the officers of the club some along nicely among stockmen.
Fishing In the World the F. H. A. Mother-Daughter was to tell the students what Robert E. Pe ary hoisted the questions. The files, constantly attacking

-- ..- ..,..., Banquet. committee they were on for theJunIor..senior stars and stripes at the North The Teen.Town did very well The attack carrier USS' Franklin the eyes of grazing animals!
majority neither know or care. Friday the F. F. A. District banquet and prom Pole end took possession of the on their first project to raise D. Roosevelt has three steam cause reduction In milk production
The American people still think contest was held in the Okeecho which is May 26. The 0. H.. S.
In I which it to in dairy
IIERE THERE ,region the name of the President money to furnish a new hospital catapaults permit cows ted loss of
it can't happen here. bee auditorium. U lasted from band held their chicken in
supper of the United States. room, which was a car wash last launch six planes each minute weight in beef cattle.
Florida U no exception. It Is
AND YONDER In fact a glaring example. Here,
more than anyplace in the U. S.

IY EMERSON MOORE the go.people Consider would have Okeechobee no placeto LAND IMPROVEMENT OKEECHOBEE BUILDINGSERVICE

Natrona DeNerue is, in County We are mldstate. In the
our humble opinion, one of the event of an attack on our coast.
biggest and most tragic jokes al area people would flock In- AND SUPPLIES
in the United States today. land. Roads would be Jammed,
It Is nothing to Joke about, but people trampling one another in BRIDGES AND CONCRETE
it is either ridiculed! or ignored their panic flight from the at- STRUCTURESALL
in most sections of the country. tack area. It is estimated that
The general opinion seem to be the population of the county TYPES OF LAND PRE ATTAWAY LUMBER CO."Complete
"Let them would increase from ELECTRIC .
play their silly games 100,000 to PARATION FOR SUBDIVISIONS HAYES
If they want to but we don't have 200,000 in twent" four hours. But
time for it." I* isn't taken so I where would they go from here. GROVE PREPARATION Building Supplies"RESIDENTIAL
lightly in other parts of the We are an approximately 75 per- AND COMMERCIAL WIRING
DITCHING AND DIKING
world. In most Europeon countries cent casualty fallout: and from PLYWOOD-HARDWARE
ELECTRICIAN
a permit to build a new Miami, Tampa or Orlando. No PASTURE WORK LICENSED
home Is not Issued unless plans place In Okeechobee County is PAINTDOORSROOFINGSTEELPNONE
for a bomb shelter for protection there a shelter capable of protecting FILL WORK RO 2-4643 PLASTER-BUILDING TRUSSES
from a radioactive fallout are included even one person. How GRADINGPAVING
in construction: plans. An about 200000. We couldn't leave OKEECHOBEE FLORIDA OKEECHOBEE'' PHONE RO 2-4121 FLORIDA
elaborate civil defense plalIs If v.e wanted to, and If we could
practiced and people are Instructed I where would we go.
on what to do in the world) lies a scant 80 miles I
event of attack.In : world, lies a acaant 80 miles
the United States a very few off our coast. Communism has I''
are concerned about civil defense. a strong foothold there. A Soviet Land A CONTRACTING CO. CABINET BUILDING OSCAR CRABILL

They know the tragic sequence attack might logically come BUILDER AND DEVELOPER
of an allout nuclear at' from there. Their first targets PHONES RO 6-1011 ON OR o OFF THE JOB FREE ESTIMATES
tack on the mainland. A vast i logically, the nearest. cities and Ed Wiliams RO 2-3125 Leon Williams RO 2-4841
military installations. OFFICE FURNITURE-FURNITURE-VANITIES WOODED LOTS FROM . . . . $1195.00
OKEECHOBEE, Box 336 FLORIDA
I We feel that the United States FORMICA WORK-FORMATOPS WATER FRONT LOTS FROM . . $1895.00

government is criminally negli. Wilcox Shores-
gent in regard to civil defense.
KEEPS We feel the millions of dollars GEORGE SPANN Okeechobee Estates
spent for foreign aid could
be
YOUR I PHONE RODEO 2-7541
spent to a far greater advantage rACTOAYAPDROVED OKEECHOBEE "L,' George Do It" RO 2.6851 --
t wtt here constructing and stocking YOUR SERVICEHEADQUARTERS OKEECHOBEE, FLORIDA
adequate shelters. We advocate
an enforced 3E E .
governmental Civil
We cry the need for an extensive
1:;'
will drilled: defensive set up. A SO
' YOUR percent or greater civilian casualty For top-notch service on Clarence I Letter
ok..chob..Builders Supply
GARDEN and not would in our make favor.We it .a short war Briggs & Strollers engines. Company .
GENERAL CONTRACTOR
could do less with our \time STEEL-CONCRETE PRODUCTS
than to contact our legislators o a.r I r.w Commercial-Reaidential Building
and insist on laws passed for ira.e M.Aah, BUILDING SUPPLIES
CIE RSYOUR our protection and the preserva -....frarw .... Remodeling Repair
I tion of our county.Double PLUMBING SUPPLIES-PLASTER MATERIALS

IzfZUhEEL/t WEST OF SAL. DEPOT Phone RO 6-1241

Warning Bring Your Lawnm wer 0 OKEECHOBEE RO 2-4951 FLORIDA OKEECHOBEE, FLORIDA

I Tax Saturday D-Day, -April followed 13, is by Income National I To Us For A ChecK Up=-

ewALL Mother-In-Law Day on GILBERT'S1 ,
the 18th . Our enterprise : J
PURPOSE ___...... ,; ;
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TRACTOR Blake age 6, who lives near ,
DOM very job *uW mowh., Irving Texas makes his own
nklng plowing baulm,. AII-..., lunch: two mashed potato sand
drive Ihit'i tea to run.22 option wiches with mustard . .
attacking tool. TEST
DRIVE
One out of every four US youngsters
WHEEL HORSE NOW!
is receiving higher education -
(the USSR ratio: on' out of NEW LATEX
fLOOR ENAMEL
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GARAGEPHONE eight) . There's a lu'cheon-

RO 2.5441 cite sign near Glastonbury, Conn
reading "Please don't haul, the TUPPG.A.R.D
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waters by tiping them" (on ,
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2 blocks SouthOf each table there's a small slit- fill

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e Painting tools clean in soapy water ,

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fertilizer,like just about everything OKEECHOBEE, FLORIDA
WITH
you get only what you pay for. I-

'Sometimes, what seems to be a terrific bargain it

because of a low price tag turns out to

be a disappointment. Your beet fertilizer investment ; @
usually costs a few cents more an FERGUSON PLUMBINGAND t ,t "'"
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acre to use. /ttqTINGNEWPRODUCTSARECREATEDFOrtVoJ/; : ( ?

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way to decide your beat II ' \ "
Metkliu Sun
I -'et' Yese'derythingunde.the; 1) designed tq bringyau"the"eery"linesof
buy in fertilizer is look *'
to
That's the reason you buy at a your fertilizer crop yields in the NOW LOCATED IN THE I *'** ?k ,tojfljg i tree Coif;efjbAi; ',.VP A $that ijffi v a I T

fat place-to booet the value of your crop offer yo mpr'e J/v economy; In comforttin
higher Fanners than the cost of production. STELLO BUILDINGSOUTH r t.'C ti? *!>.{ < '" -i' inateflafTbs dl$t nC IQn of orhginalitj ti' yoL1rWheo )od ' "r herp p LI

every year prove that Aowco I b > ' j/' *&v> turn,to?Versatile and economic! concr$teVVh8therVaij. are bud'1gar, tu ,
gives them the most value for their dollar PARK ST. 4
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because it's formulated with high quality '?" '""' *"!(*: ( I. l7iprtvlnjhethef you ire thtnkJflg"cfa, ne'v' offs..bui ,n

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too. Contact your near) ; P0 | pays tr' 1,
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by agent and uk him for Acxico. Your crop i ,, : I .trilnhii* ''concrete' and wher1 y9. do. \ I twill; l, ''p6y'1.i i..l t't hmk o
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papa 3 Ok.echobe. Newt, Friday, May 5, 1961 SOUTH OKEECHOBBK FIB8I ADDITION I Florida Folk
Lots 1 to 12 Incl. Block 80 s.ZR 94Lots
NOTICE 8 and 4 Block 84 :r.k""Bul.k. IfEo... :::: 44,89
Lots 2, 4 and ( less land to Joiner Festival To
NOTICE 13 HEREBY GIVEN that tax certificate against the fol- 81Block C. A. Thomas ... ... .... .19,69NORTIIWEST
howlnl described land. will be sold at public! auction on the first day Lot 60 C. A. Thomas "HE" .......
of June A. D. 1961 at the Court House In the County of Okeechobee ADDITION Be In May
state of FlorIda to pay the amount due for taxes for the year 1960 1 to 20 Incl Block 17 Ronald Drener
herein: set '!'Jdltal.o same together with all t. of luck sale and Lots\: 17 and 18 Block 23 Oscar Waldron: "it'n:::::: : The Florida Folk Festival one
adv.rtllfng to begin at 19 o'clock noon, Lot 10 Block 26 Christine Godwin 'HE"..... 986 r
pecrlpnoa Lot 14 Block 26 Wallace Link 'HE" ...... 1567 of (the state's most ambitious and t ti'rty

Lot 4 ec, 2t Twp 25 R 82 ..,Aeres..,20 Chu. E Owner, Bellows ..........0 Tag 8.18 Lots Lola 14 12 and and 15 13 Block Block 27 27 Jack David Butler Allgood' 'HE': :::':::::: 1567 816 oustanding Spring entertainment
Lot 15. Block 25 Towndle of Deus Harry Koik ............... 1.71 programs, will be held at White
4 of SOUTHWEST ADDITION
Routh acne St Lot 24, Bee :28BegTwp
: cosRof8aNWIi 01 Clarence Hubbard o....... :1.8. Lot. 5 and I Block 10 Frank Johns "HE" .......1117 Springs Florida on May 57 at
of SE\i OAK GROVE 81BDIVISION the Stephen Foster
NWU, run W 158 ft. to FOB Memorial.
W on line a Oft, 8 100 ft, E) W Eli lot 8 Block B Henry Shaw "HE" ....o... 8388Ceo' Performers will! come from all
Jt N to Beg. Seo. 34. ROYAL OAKS SIBDIVISION:
.Twp;; J..f1ia In raham Lofton "HE" .... 1151E4 Lob 8 and 9 Block 6 Russell King "HE" .n... 19.11 parts of Florida, at well at
NW'i of SW* of BWJ4 of NEU : and Rita Dow Tyner Lou 8 and 8'. lot 2 Block I Russell King .............. 80.61 South Georgia Dozens of Flor 4
Lots 84, Twp. SB R 33 2 'H" 2" WOODLAND PARK (W ' 14
84, Block t. Bas Buslntss I ida cities, towns and
Section rer Ray Murdock ........... 2.21aerolrlJ Lot. 1. 3. 6 to 12 Ircl Block 20 Ceo Mills ........... 24.43 common. 7E4S
da B: NB tot o( NE'i .e. Lots 8. 4 and 5 Bljck 20 Mill "ME'7'........... >.C< Ities will be represented on the

( 'no 8 210 ft, W 420 ft McMlLLEN WOODLAND PARK three day event, which Is being
to POB; run W ltOtottB 210 ft, LoU 1 and 2 Block 29 Beverly Mack .............. 11 developed
E 210 ft, N 210 Sec Lota 4, 6 and I Block 29 Richard U. Evan. ........, 11.91 as one of the most
3S, Twp 35. R 33 1 H.. C. Eaulerson "HE" ... 1453 BAtS! MBDIUblON diversified In the
Lots l't 2, 6 4:01 21 nc11t to 38 Incl. Lot 8 Block 4 Willie Lee Thomas "HE" .. 18 50 history of the
I 26, NEWOKEECHOBEE Lots 23 and 24 Block Roy Gllchrlit ........ ...... 8.It Festival.
: HTS. SEC. AV, C. Gray .................. 377All Lot 24 Block 6SOl'THKRV John W Simpso"HE" .. 367 Participants will
W of center FEC R/W less show old-
land to Stolnoft -Sec. 4 Twp. PINES ADDITIONLot time arts crafts
33 Range 35 Bernard Zimmerman ....... 7359 7 Block 2 Frank Maya ................ 440 customs, present -
All lets I land to Stolnoff Sea 6 Twp Lot 6 Block 3 Lfmmle Blair .............. 4.40k8lIOCk folk songs folk dances and
....... 9310 Lou 1 and 4 ... 816
S3 Range 36 :Bernard Zimmerman Frank May tell fireside
All less SV4 of SE';, 8'4ot Lot 4 Alton Johnson ::::::::::::: 16.67 tales, Miss Boltin
aMa and NVi of SWK lying Lot 5 Block 4 Flora Scott ........... 440 said. In addition there will
B of Rd 29 estateSec. Lot U Block 4 Simpson Well ............, 4.40 be
S, Twp SI dRC35H. 88 Fox Builder .. .. ........ ... 8206 Lot 11 Block D Frank Maya ............ ... 111.43 Seminole Indians, shape-note ...
That of NE'i Lot 1 Block E Frank Mn'. ............... ..40 singers, whip
K :rI'tRlen1 that part 1jlno'; All Block 4, First Addition to crackers old-tlme
Rd 29 less 1 acre In NW cor Southern Pines Roy GUchrlst ............... 856 fiddlers, waterwltchers. dulcimer

etS1"4 'V ; except 8,1 35 "iSS Fox Builders .............. MOS6'i'o'f WRIGHT Lot 6 Block BASS D 81BD1VIS10S Walter McKenzie, Est ..... ..40 and harmonica players

m: '429NW'A f203'435ly"o! Mabel Lov.ll... 31.7eg Lot. 18 and 19 Block D J. A. FrlceQueen ................. 818 spiritual singers, story tellers
Rd Warren and Lot 23 Block D Either Brown ..... 440 and many other
NE cor g.., (. run W on Boo Lot 24 Block D R. C. Bellamy .. .. ........ ..40 entertainers
line 340117 ft. to NE mom lot 17. singly and In groups.Three .
RAILROAD ADDITION .
aocordin to n plat I .
dated .f.80, run S a:3eb Lots 3 and 4 Block 1 Douglas Hall "HE" ...... 367 programs are plannedon
FOB, from Lot 5 Block 1 Harris .8. 440
lot 17-660 ft for liarry Friday
FOB run W on line parallel Lots 1 to 5 Incl, Block 8 Ruell :Bellamy : : ::::::::: 48 09 and Saturday, May 5
with N bdry Sec 6 1320 ft. run Lot 6 Block 10 Kent ; .;,?.., 6323 and 9 starting at 10 1m.
8 on W bdry lot 81 680 ft to&W Lot 11 Block 11 Queen Either Brown .. 367 1:30:
cor lot 81, run E on 8 bdry Lot 4 Block 13 Roy Gllchrlit .............. 4.40 pm and 7:30 p.m., with the
low 51. 32. 88, 84, being a parallel EAST RAILROAD ADDITIONLot concluding propram built
line with N bdry Bee 6, a around
tlitanc of 1820 ft to SE oar lot Lot J. T, and Betty Moore :.re a religious theme to be
LoU and 18 Willie and Carre WIlaon :: present. . /
ft 84 to run Beg.N on E bdrv 6 33 35 lot 34 600 20 Wm. R. Odom ..n........ 2217 RIGHT'S FIRST ADDITIONLots ed a 3 o'clock Sunday afternoon,

1 to 9 Incl 11 and 12 Block 15 Charles Oscar Lasslter ..... 41.94 May 7.
LITTLE FARMS
OKEECHOBEE RIGHT'S SECOND ADDITIONLot

Lot 1 Block 4 James L Jones .... ....... 44 J 2 Block A Ruby Coleman .... ........ 440 I TRANQUILIZERS
Lot Block 1 H.nlto .......... Lots 1 and 2 Block D Emmett & Bessie Bronson FAIL
Alton F. Clements .. ....... 410 ?HE" TO
t 9 Block 5 COMFORT IT PAYS TO BUY FROM SUPERIORTHE
Lot., 8 and 9 Block I David E. 10lcMIllan ......... 818 wiiotBSwlBo'fCSEa.rN' PK. Richard. Shirley' 'Colilw"; ; :: "w CALVES
Lot 13 Block 9 E, 0. Barnett .." 440Lob of Hd TO Stockmen who have been
S Block 11 James A. Boldwln :::::::: 440 Sec 15 Twp 37 Range 35 20 Clifton Ellis ................ 7622. won FOLKS WITH KNOW-HOW?
Lot 15 Block 11 Browning A DoiderOKEECHOIIEE ........ .40 Beg 810 ft 8 of NE ear of NW'l of dering if a tranquflizing drug
PARE SB', run 8 328 ft, W 196 ft, N might
Lots 1 to 24 Inch Block S1 Unknown .................. 4.40 178 ft, W 41 ft N 150 ft., E 245 bring comfort to newly cwt In, yoar out y<* can cownt at .ads. MgHi =:':;= y 9M'o....9ua
Lots } to 24 Innl Block 32 Unknown :::::::::::: HI ft, See 22 T,,'p37 Range 35 lYe Joe Suarei ................. 2092 weaned calves-and thus prevent high quaBty ot Superior Pertflnen Superior oOen you m bpJrid texaeeo
Lot. and 3 Mock 34 Ruth B. YoungLot.
18 and 19 Block 41 Earl Little .. ........... .... 4402. ATIILEON ALDERMAN weight loss are assured by Dr. aodPeetiodea to prorU aap !jroirthl fanafaesor-madTn1Ja'aktegMI>teab
Lot 11, Block Elledre Okeechobee TAX OOLECTOR C. E. Haines that And you can count on the expert advica) al modern tracks for apeedp iMitay
Perk Herbert White "HE" ..... 581 Publish May 5. 12. 19. 25 OKEECHOBEE COUNTYnest it won't work. of Saperior FWd Bepraaentatnw their jowccden.comwri .

:Ekr NW oor Ef1501t. Bt160\. W The Okeechobee News Assistant animal husbandmanat bawd on years of tralnin: sod PomaMmsaid P.i.iilili.jwimit Aipeneno

r1i..rW\ft. It'-o8 Jo: f1; 4 Lurfna Clay............... 1.40 I Everglades Experiment Station *. It yoon at any time without; by Superior an entaajbhoded, to pet

Dr. Haines tried the drugson obIipQaD on yottt. part. y\Mt IIped IflvF awdltWlMaraaswtSsgwidrifdelneiceRepmeeeMiw
Lot IS Block 4 Petit Park C. 1. end Patsy Conrad Ad The attack aircraft carrier USS
"HE" ................. 13.03 Laundry franklin D. Roosevelt is longer Angus, Hereford Brahmanand ( IatIa1If"'fjj

:..rCONNIR GABLES in the Burlington (Ia.. Record: than three football fields placed Brahman crossbred calves at

"Towels for the whole dampfamily" end-to-end. weaning time, when calves usual
Beach Operating
Lola IS M Mel, 43 to 48 Led Holiday
kto 7 84 C. .. 1341 . The Gutenberg I ly waste time and energy walkIng .
'fto sVacn'Operating'Co. TMTA PA Ice m.n Mm
18 Inol Block S 8 Holiday
LoU ..................i 253 Bible, first brok ever printed the fence line to bawl instead ( ) fORTroE.'O''IIOw.I.moI :

Is still considered the best . of grazing Carefully kept
On March
TAYLOR CREEK DEVELOPMENTLot : 17. 1880 the USS
North Dakota is the only state records of their weight showed
611 Constellation left New York witha
Lot \: S 8A Randolph A. 0. Brantley V. Peak'He'' ':::::: 5212 without parking meters . cargo of food for famine sufferers no appreciable difference with or

Let. 8 Block 11 James W. Campbell ...?... 6.\1 Despite farm surpluses, the US without the injection of tranquil-

Lot Lot lOB Block 12Bg 11 Unknown Unknown ..::::::::::::::::: U Is a big jnporter of wheat in Ireland. Uers. I

NWU run W on and other foods .
Sea Elner462 S ft., S 6M ft.. E meat . .
in S ft.. 8 795 ft.. E center Bee 28 N 1320 ft to beg.
less land to A. Markham Sec Chai A Barbara Campbell waltz music (no cha-cha) . .
29 Twp 87 Range 35 6'4' "HE" ......... .. .. .... 9244 Invent
Watt didn't the steam
.... .,. .. ,. 30.67 '
NE'i of SE'i Sec 80 Twp 37 R 35 40 Jlmmle Robbins .
Beg of SE'. of SEU al engine. He was repairing New. P E E

to POB 17' run lake E level 150 8 f t.63, SO"22' 02'along E comen's and Invented a better ,

17' to Intersect line dividing one . . A British naturalist
E'" of NE't from W'4 of NE'.
N 0 02' W on said line to Beg Is trying to find out whether
Sec S4 Twp: Range 85K Thelma Rogers ... . .. .... 24 29 hedge hogs make any sound be 1
\i of Lot 42 of Rd 78 Sec. 19
Twp 38 Range 35 15 Thomas & Paula Stokeld 8 SS sides a snort.
C 50 ft. of W'i Sec 17 Twp 34 R3 Eugene Smite .............. 1.77
A strip of land 100 ft. wide B.g at I <
Road 68 and run Northerly > ? ,

1000 side ft abutting 33 FEC R 3S on en 23.t Emory TuylorClemmle .....'. .. .. 8.21 4 I '
.1"d'lwWe t Sherman and Lewis Waldr; z tlT.i
Blocks
.. 151\1I I e.e?
Lot. I.' .Block. .B"LAKEVTEW SD 'Tlnknown .................. 4.6 ,

Lot 12 andConaolldated W'i Lot 11, Block I E. (
Land Co SD, and W ", Jr
Beg from Hancock MC between D C.
Sara 4 and 5 run Southerly on c a
ML 155 ft to NW line A. B. An.
del-son property for POE; 3
3421' W 440 ft. Southerly I on
water level to point opposite*
and parallel to pro). SE line A.B. .

tooPB .rtic.NII:; 15 Twp2l.'
W 443 4
88 23 A. B. Anderson 'HE" ..... 10.61TheBeg. a '
SWoc following J
Block rtY8
lot runt ,
Great Lakes SD. SWly on
westerly boundary line extended -
of lot 85 to 8 bdry 441 for
: continue on said level
line 2218 ft. to 17' lake
Scrip on 17' lake level .20713 ft. ,
2296i ft. v
to an Iron stoke Ner .
to Intersect S bounds Rd 441.
2098 ft from POB; .wely on

8 boundary oe Range Rd ufl to Beg lD/ 3 Ed Creaaemen es t all ....... 1Q.7ft To serve the rural III jLil Is."l

Lot Twp 13. Block 4, GREAT LAKES SDC.. M. Barbey "HE" ....... 4 13 Put an end to messy defrosting forever t"i >'\ n;
of (aka hoot lots l

Lot 43' Block<>HICHtA'S: GREAT lots LAKES SD E. A. Englemann ...... ..... 490COSUNER way of life with this new Hotpoint No-Frost14. a >g' '


Lot 1! Block 3 Pearl McDonald .......... 177 2.53 Farm Bureau Insurance com- Gets rid of frost in the refrigerator ; .

Lots 1 to 6 Incl Block 5 J Robert, JJuLJnl"t-KV", ) :":::::::: inOKEECHOBEK panics were founded as a serv-
Lot 7 Block 22 luc to Farm Bureau members and in the freezer before it has a
GARDENS
Josephine Thummln .."... 1.77 to provide a source of adequate I
Lots 10 and 11 Block 43 chance to build and does it I a.-
'
1 Donald" up . .
Ii sod 1\ less ka'J RfW BI 67 Kin err Jh r ....::::::::: 1.77 insurance protection
f acts
EL MIEA 801.Lot designed specifically for farmers without fans to require servicing. ;
Paul "" """" ULot and ranchers.
21 Block 1 :;rnI1Y'.y. .! ...

Lot 15 II Block Block 18 Z Blanche BakeweLL'.......... 1.77: Today with over 2,800,000! (

Lot 20 Block itO Gene Fuiford Fulford: :: W policies in force Farm Burea..1
Gene ''""'""*
Lot 24 Block 45 Fay Wright ..t'............ 1.77 Insurance Companies) are the j
Lot 10 Block Block 46 Unknown. ............... 1.77
Lots 10 and 11 Block 47 Unknown ................. 1.77 largest group of I Ieompanies
Lots a and 4 ... 1.77 Inauranc.//'
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Lots 18 and 19 Block 61 Unknown """ in the

Lola Lota 10 8 and and 9 11 Block Block 62 62 hire.nv.nG. Johnson; ':..:::::: IH: Ing insurance designed pecifi..| / I 1a

CITY OF OKEECIIOBEELot. tally for farmers and ranchers.

Block Josephine Kenner .... .. .. 15 67
11 to 14 fact Block 4 2 B. P. Abney .. .. ... ....... .. 9M 'I Agent
Lola 8 1 to to 8 26 Incl(Incl and 13 Block 7 B, P. Abney........ .... .. 28.92 T. Bergen,
Lots " to i'aisazli
1 IMI'B'OCIC" .......... 912J !
:Ie B. P. Abney u.. So Fla. Office Supply lifil6iii'411; l HGI

Lots 4 to 10 Incl., 17 to 21 incl, Bp- Abney ............... *amBlock9 Bldg. F31iil l i8l

Lots U and 6 18 Incl.Stock,I Block 9 11 & "P: Ware Abney ":::::::!:!::!: .!9.Lob .l? RO 2.1201 22" Model CP14A

1 to I Incl Block lU B. P. Abney .............. 3061
Lots 1 to
James & Vera Wriffht.... 440
Lot 8 Block 12 ........ .... 2317
23 to 26 Incl, Block 12 B. P. Abney .
Lots, 3,
.. .......... 26 OT
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4 Incl 24 and 25 Block 13 B P. Abney
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Lots 1 to .. .. .40 OKEECHOBE'DRIVEIN '
Block 18 (1959) Jane Hobbs .... " SHELVES SWING OUT
Lot 4 Block 16 I19u) Sons Hobbs .......!........ 440
Lots Lot 4 18 to 22 Incl. Block 19 Wm. Moser ............... 1942
Incl.. 14 to 26 Incl.,
Lots 1 to 4
... 8488
Lota Block 1 to 20 26 Incl. Block 21 B B.. P.P. Abney Abney.............. 9823 THEATREFRIDAY CRISPERS SWING OUT

1 6 Incl Block 22 B. P. Abney .............. 2317
Lots Lou 1 and to 2 Block 24 A: HBurket: .............. 816
Lot 8 Block 24 JOiepblnl Caples "HE1 ... 362
Lot 4 to 23 Incl., except lot 6, 6, end SATURDAYMAY BASKETS SWING OUT

20 8 and to 20 21 Incl.Block Block\24 25 Cap B, P.Inv Abney, Co. .:::::::::::::: JtJOLotst 8 and 6

'HE" ....... .0.02Lot
LoU 4 and 6 Block 25 Horace Curry :
1 to 6 tact I Block 27 B, P, Abney '''''''''''' 2317
Lots 1 to 21 Incl.? 23. 24 26 Block 28 B. P. Abney ............... 90:VO G. I. BLUESIn

Lots Incl.1 to Block 28 Incl 29 leis lots 9 to 17 B, P Abney ............ .. 64M Technicolor))

Lots 5 and 6 Block 37 Income Inc .......... 1067 ELVIS PRESLEY

if40: 10 ft Block of lots 41 S to 13 Incl Block 44 Ella Debris Mrale Allen Booker.....:.".::;:,::: *440
Lot 1 to 10 Incl. Block 67 Adnette Ammon McC e an 9818
Lou 1 to 20 fact Block ti& Adnette t Ammon McClellan 76.71LoU THUNDER IN THE SUN
21 and 26 Block 68 Adnette t Ammon McClellan 11 91
LoU 24 and 25 Block 68 Helen Gordon ........... 8.18 (In Technicolor) .
LoU 1 to 13 Incl, Block 69 Ammon McClellan ......... B119 '_. _
1 and 3and Block 77 J. L. Robblns j lW Jeff Chandler No colts In back-ffts fhnli fcf Wa*
I'HE" :
Lots\: 8, 4 8 Block 77 J: L. Robblns .... II
LoU 1 to 12 loch Block Ammon McClellan .......... 4169 SUSAN HAYWARD back
Iii In cabinets at tides
Sons 1 to 6 Incl(., 10, and U JACQUES BERGERACALSO u. ". ,
Block 83 Ammon McOlellan .........8491 ,,, I
:All Block 82 Ammon McClellan .......... 440 : CARTOON .II _
a Freezer has 165 Ib
1943. capacity NoSp'ltlIce
5 ind. Block Ammon McClellan ,
LoU to e
:493 ::::::::: 1J87
LoU 7 to 10 Incl. Orln Helen Lee SUNDAY and MONDAY oi/r
LoU 1 to 12 Incl., Block 98 Ammon McClellan ......... 4969 Trays with extra-long handles
Lots to 12 Incl Block 101 Ammon McClellnn: ,..... 4869LoU MAY 7 and 8
i 106 Sam Thomas "HE" : 812ITInti
and 10 Block nun.
In Lots 7. 8 and 9 Block 108 Ammon McCletlan n....... 2S7 LOOK IN ANY WINDOW ? New magnetic seal doorSuperSpace
3 Int In Lots 7. S and 9 Block 108 Oeo. W. King .... .... 2S79
Lou 4 and S Block 109 Unknown ........'.".... 88.V for cleaningdecorating
..... 816 PAUL ANKA r 4t a .
Lot 1> Block 112 B F. Golden : door shelf hold halfgaposqRollers
::::::::
LoU 1 to 13 Incl. Block 114 Ammon McClellun MilLoU 4
1 to 9 Incl. Block US Ammon McClellan ......... 08 21 RUTH ROMAN
the Space Age
and 6 Block 117 Ammon McClell.n 67 ALEX NICAL on Hotpoint for butter cheese
Lots 1 4, 8, : Dairy-Star
eggs
IE" :::::: 1917 ,
Lots 7.: S and S Block 117 Joseph Bryant } '
LoU 1 to 11 Incl Block 131 John H Walker .......... Ill 67 ALSO: CARTOON 14' make It easy to move out from

LoU. 10 1 fid and I 1 Block Block 157 153 Ammon Gertrude McClellan Zeckerman..;:::::::37 9067Lot. B* TUESDAY WEDNESDAYand the wall when you want to clean

Lot 4 Block 167 Ammon McClellan ......... 1191
Lots 1 to 6 Inch Block 162 Ammon McClellan ......... 4869 THURSDAY or decorate, easy to put bock in

Lots Eli lot 7 and 11 Block I Block 185 165 C Benl, Winkler Rubeln E.l:':::::::::::: 8067 440 MAY 9, 10 and 11 place when you're through.

Lot 6 Block 166 Bentley Gray Dry Goods .,.87564
Lots 5 and 6 Block 202 Buck r ...: 81 THE UNFAITHFULSGINA
Lots 7 and S Block 203 Wllford Prescott'"HE" ...1917
FIRST ADDITION TO CUT LOLLOBRIGIDA

Lot I Block 207 T. G. Arndt. Bit .......... 118Lot MAY BRITT
4 Block S64. Polly Wargo .... ...... 4 0)Lots
11 14 and 15 Block 247 Gordon Grooms ""HE1 .... 1917Lot PIERRE CRESSOY /
IS Block OXEECHOBEE 247 Gordon Grooms ............ 90,87a0DB :MARINA VLADY Watford's Appliances

LoU 1 and I Block I B. E. a Veda Bu. "HE" .. 166 ALSO: CARTOON
L. T. loharfschwcrdt Est 81ft
4, totBlokJ4 Carlisle Thomas ........... lit .





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Legal NoticesNOTICE and for Okeechobee County HOT- Florida! this 8th: day of AprilA. t:, NOTICE at the held en Vie 14th Jy of May, OkoechobM Newt, Friday, May I, 1941 Peg 4 |
) Ida upon receipt of proof of the D. 1961. UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW I, *at Jnf..rm.f.on Center. at ,Mutual Corner*

publication of this note the flctlioos \ HAYNES E. WILLIAMS, NOTICE Is hereby given that Said real Arc. and Main Street, Wu- I
ADVERTISEMENT FOR BIDS name, to wit: Clerk of the Circuit Court the undersigned, pursuant to the ( .. Florida* of ,said a meeting Florida of CliNe the Plants 'In 'Garden. MYSTERY
BASINGER SHOOTING for Okeechobee County, u deilgnaittd abo. Engineer are punted )award **
interest in
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN 'Fictitious Name Statute" House The \
purpoee of this meetlnf la to Featured I edttaMn
PRESERVE Florida Bill 1175 20 Inclu three directors: of Florida IrIcIt>e4fie
that sealed bid- will be received Chapter 20953, Laws of \1
under which we expect to engage (SEAL) 'It.... Mutual and to transact men Coral Castle of Florid near
by the Board of Public Instnic- Florida, 1941, and House Bill and. business a* may properly b< DealA
tion for Okeechobee County Floe in business at Basineer, CHARLES P. BENTON, 1102 Chapter 26760, 1951, amendIng (t/a) " rn.IIr': otr'bt, Ringling Homestead. Unaided be quarried
Florida in the of Proxy o per. and erected coral slabs
County Okee- :
424 North 8th
Street native and as bilge
and 9, . planned garden
ida at the office of the SuperIntendent 865.09(3)( ), will register with
of Public Instruction chobee, Florida. Fort Pierce, Florida. the Clerk of the Circuit Court, in of Block Anyone repreaentlnf a corporate Introduced plants at t the Rnltfing as the rocks In the Great Pyramid .
of Mutual must hare a
Okeechobee County Courthouse. That the parties interested in Publish April 28, May (, 12, It and for Okeechofaee County FlorIda the plat authorisation from luch Art Museum has become a real of Egypt.Donald. tf
aid business) enterprise are: The Okeechobee News. orpot member to represent It
OkMchobee, Florida up to 10:00: S. A. BELCHER, JR. upon receipt of proof of the in Plat the meeting and vote in lit .... ity due largely to efforts of Ed '

A. M. Friday, May 19, 1961, for B. H. BELCHER. publication\ of this note, the fictitious of the Dated. at Lakeland. Florida, this I. Pastorius, assistant county agent
al U materials and labor necessaryfor name to-wlt: : day of April 1W1CHARLE8 with the Florida AgrtcUtural. Extension NINE-TON ROCK DOOR
Dated at Okeechobee. Okeechobee IN THI CIRCUIT COURT OF C. PARTIN the Coral Castle
Servcie.Started At of Florid
the construction of 1961 Addition AQUA AIRE MOTEL Secreta
County, Florida this the 21st ida.All
to Okeechobee County day of April 1961. OKEECHOBEI COUNTY, under which we expect to engageIn ( Florida May 6 Citrus. root Mutual In the summer of I960! near Homestead, is a nine oa,
FLORIDA Lots 1 the combination garden and arboretum sottd, coral rock door, which( II
School; Okeechobee, Florida. By: B. H. BELCHER business in the City of Okee Okeechobee JJewt.NOTICE
Plan and specifications are on NOTICE OF SUIT chobee, County of Okeechobee, ive was deadened to Improve 10 delicately balanced that a
Publish Ap. 28, May I, 13, 111, 1961
THE STATE OF FLORIDA
file In the office of the Board of The Okeechobee Newt. TO: Florida to the the eye appeal of the new chad can open It. The castle is a
Public Instruction for Okeechobee Ole Phillips Wallace Residence That the parties interested in corded in FICTITIOUS NAME LAW stale-owned Institution and fill love story In stone WIt by a

Okeechobee Florida Unknown. page 17, NOTICE is hereby given'that better Latvian, Edward Leeoskalnin.NOINIBRINO .
County at ; IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF said business enterprise are: the local: area's need for a
.t the office of Starratt & Asklof, OKEECHOBEK COUNTY You are hereby notified that a LEE R. REGAN cords of undersigned pursuant to the knowledge] of plants.

Architect, 805 North 7th Street, FLORIDA suit has been filed against you Dated at Okeechobee, Okee Florida. Name Statute", House Plant are being gathered
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Fort Pierce, Florida; at the CLENTON FLOWERS SURGENT.P In the above entitled Cause, and chobee County, Florida, this the 1176, Chapter 20953, LAWS of which will grow easily In the Nee Yew Ne.e MlleFASHION/

Dodge Plan Room, 3621 South f you are hereby required to aerve 6th day of April, 1961. 2941, and House Bill south central portion of the

Dixie Highway, West Palm Beach, vtLOUIS .- upon the Cleric of the Court of By: LEE R. REGAN. on.Said. Chapter 26760, 1961, amend. state. Pastorius says emphatii
Florida; Central Florida Builders -SURGENT, Okeechobee County Florida, and Publish: 86509(3)( ), will register with on unusual plants is being keptto
Exchange, 113 East Central Avenue upon Plaintiff's attorney, Charles nursery Clerk oil the Circuit Court, in
Defendant April 14, 21, 28, May S, 1961.The a minimum.
Orlando, Florida; Fort P. Benton 414 North 8th Street Okeechobee NewsNOTICE II ment per for Okeechobeee County 'lor Planting is now underway witha
NOTICE OF SUIT
Pierce Contractors Association Fort Pierce, Florida, your writ. ed at the upon receipt of proof of the
Plan Room, Arcade Building, THE STATE OF FLORIDA TO: ten Defenses, Jf any, to the Bill I S. H <:ation of this note, the fic new of group camellia of roses species.and a wide Individual I
Louis Surgent, Residence Un- I rang.
Fort Pierce, Florida. of Complaint in said suit, Copyof name, to-wlt: labeled AWMINOI 100M100"
Copies of said plans and specification known !' which is delivered to you on OF BANKRUPTCY SALE I Publish May GLADES GAS COMPANYOF plants are of plants to be ..... .Mi .. .........
Other tow
You are hereby notified that a' groups
may be obtained at the or before May 22 A. D. 1961. The trustee In bankruptcy The OKEECHOBEE com
suit has been filed against Incorporated in the garden Include MACKerier.ai.eht.er
office of said Architect upon the you Herein fall not or Decree Pro appointed by the Federal CourtIn which: we expect to en. DONALD J
trees, '
in the above entitled Cause, and small flowering
deposit of $3000 for any one set Confesso will be entered against Miami in case No 4473-MBk in business on North U. S
are hereby required to serveupon II shade trees, ground! covers, hiblscus I.
of plans; said deposit will be returned you you for the relief prayed in the will sell by public auction, for OF DI in the City of Okeechobee,
to the Contractor upon the the Clerk of the Court of Bill of Complaint. cash, in parcels and/or In bulk, FLORIDA .d : : of Okeechobee, Florida. palms, salt resistantplants Mack

return of the !raid plans and specifications Okeechobee County, Florida, and The nature of said suit being tree and clear of all encum To all That the parties Interested in tropical fruits, perennials,
upon Plaintiff attorney, Charles Mutual bromeliads, vines, medl d D a I Phone 2.17,.
In good condition with. for Divorce. brances, or subject to encumbrances fruit grove business enterprise are
in five ((5)) days after the date of P. Benton, 414 North 8th Street Witness my Hand and the Seal' certain real and personal Cites m. :: \ DANIEL M. MCCARTHY plants and succulents.

the opening! of bids and conting. : Fort Pierce, Florida, your written of said Court, at Okeechobee, property of the bankrupts, comprising lands' VERNON L. DEXTER The garden has frown from
Defenses, It to the Bill of Charlotte' Lee, of es vari-
any AMMOX McCLELLAN nd AD. Dated the original planting
ent upon the receipt of a bona Florida, this 25th day of April, Monroe : at Okeechobee, Okee HARD OF HEARING
Complaint In said suit, Copy of NETTE T McCLELLANMay NOTICE la eUes to over 200.
fide bid from said Contractor A. D. 1961. County Florida, this the
Should the Bidder desire additional I which Is delivered to you on or 19, 1961, at 2.00 P M Florida.lunuint Citrus to th ; : : : day of May, 1961. PRICES AS 0
before May 22nd, A. D. 1961. HAYNES E. WIL LL&MS
99
sets of Documents prior to I bid>> Herein fail not or Decree Pro Clerk of the Circuit By: V. Dexter In March, 1800 the first U. S LOW AS
opening date, or should Subcontractors Court May 5, 12. 19, 26, 1961 Marines were assigned in Washington
Confesso will be entered
against for Okeechobee
County,
or materials dealers desire Okeechobee News DAHLBfROHEARING
you for the relief prayed la the Florida. for the purpose of guarding
a set of said Documents, the construction of the Navy
Bill of Complaint CHARLES P. BENTON
SERVICE
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tame will be provided upon the The Nature of said suit being 414 North 8th Street The only Coral Castle in Floe Yard there. Two years after
payment to said Architect the 107 Atlantic Annul
the
established
for Divorce. Fort Pierce, Florida Inside is located Washington was as
amount of $15.00 for any one set near Homestead, Ft. Pierce Florida
Witness Hand and the Sealof Publish U. S Marine Corp's headquarters.
to cover the cost of reproduction. my i April 28. May 5,1,19 miles south of Miami. It was
Mid Court, at Okeechobee, The Okeechobee News. by one man, who quarried .
Each bid shall be accompaniedby : Opposite St. Lucie

a Bid Bond in the amount of MOORE erected coral slabs, weigh- County Bank

1% of the maximum I bid>> payableto tons.Baltimore. OKEECHOBEE
the Board of Public Instruction Phone for Appointment

for Okeechobee County, I turned back the
Florida, as evidence of good faith Pool Equipment Repairs White Sox during the Service Guide HOward 13035II
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and guaranteeing that the successful lIE 13 games to t.
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bidder will execute and GEORGE W. LAPPTHE

furnish to the Board of Public Instruction . I
for Okeechobee County, HOOVER SALES CONCRETE
Florida, a bond issued by Surety POOL BUILDER
a
Company licensed to do business FINLEY JEWELERS AND SERVICE SEPTIC TANKS
Residential. A Commercial' !
in Florida, for 100" of the at GREASE TRAPS
Contract price, within ten (10)) CALL COLLICT BURGESS SUPPLY
days after being awarded the Watch Repairing INSTALLED
OKEECHOBEE, FLORIDA CENTRAL ELECTRIC :
Contract, said bond
guaranteeIng 1301 Juanlta Ave. HO 1.1606, Fort Pierce, Fi.|
the performance of said Con. ,
Clerk
R..lrln
AND GAS COMPANY CALL
tract and payment of all debt t:

pertaining thereto, the premium ROdeo 2.13'1 :
Ring sizing here In .tOri.
of said bond to be paid by the .. _'
I Phone 2.5561 ROdee 2-4724 ,
Contractor. All work Guaranteed
Chapter 29782, Laws of Florida i ON CALL

1955, requiring scheduled] rate of w...he. DI.mend. Tour Local
a
wages for laborers, mechanics LOANS d . I" .. ; "LOVILY
,zc Maieooe.NJ.rap4Jea 0. and Tupperware BEAUTY SALON "
Birthstone for
these day nightTo Rings
projects shall be a part of
Five Trained I ToIf '
the Contract. Men Women Disler I People "

All bids shall be placed >n tn AUTOMOBILES Ho'b you desire.'trh' Guar- Care For Your Beauty

) envelope, sealed and addressedto All Type .f Jewelry Needs
anteed Product wish
the Board of Public Instruction APPLIANCES provide insurance TupperwareConveniently Located At
to
sponsor a
Okeechobee
County Florida, SL
HOME REMODELING
care of Omar I* Hunt, County FINLEY JEWELERS Party, please contact . i iIe.

Superintendent, Okeecbobee County BUSINESS EXPANSION designed to meet your needs Park OksacMb.e, ELOISE ZEIGLER For Appolntmenta* Can
Courthouse, Okeechobee, Floe ROdeo 2.7291
Ida. The name of the project SMALL LOANS DEPARTMENT To give you prompt service Ok..chob.e, Florida ROdee 2.1021
should be placed on the outside
of the envelope and words indi
the event of an emergency.Leonard .
cating that the envelope contain
a bid for said project.. Goodyear Tires ROBERT MAYS
OKEECHOBEECOUNTY
The Contractor will
be required lary.at Stock In Teen
to build and complete said project 7.10.14 Plumbing A Repair Work WILL BUY OR SELL

within toe time set forth In hi* WhIte .r Stack
proposal.The CIII
successful bidder, it any BANK INSURANCE AGENCYfIREAUTOCASUAL $9.95
will be notified within five <(3)>; RO 6.1293I

day's after the bid is accepted $ down 50c a week REAL

The Board of Public Instruction: E.I"t Term In Teen Next to

for reserve Okeechobee the right County to reject, Florida, Okeechobee County Bank G I L B E R T' S MobleYI Garage

.and all bid, end to waive any any b> ....eaas .. ,,"? Phone RO 2-7441 1

.1orme.Ut. !... AS proposal.- hall ESTATE

remain to here for thirty (SO) UPAIBS

dip after the daU of **&. Por.. Pact. epeMaWe
THE: BOARD Of PUBLIC lOW FOR SALE VTOOR OK TRIG IDAULZ AND

1NSTRUCTIOM FOR" OXEE.: MOHBI Radi..TY" Repairs.. Call MAYTAQ Al'PUANCII *

CHOBEE COUNTY! RO .JOHNSON OUTBOARD
IDA. tOMI PROMCOMPETITIVE Dave or Doc 2-4231. Also MOTORS

By; Transistor Radio., Auto LAWN MOWERS
SALTER N. WATFORD, HEREFORD and ANGUS INQUIRE AT

Chairman of the Board. Radios, Record Players, *
(SEAL) BRAHMANBreeding JOE'S LIQUOR STORE
Attest: AT YOUR LOCAL HI FI A Stlreo. GILIERT'S

OMAR I.. HUNT, Phone ROdeo 2--4231 ,
Secretary to the Board. Age Ready To Go

Publish April 28, May 5 and 12 .
The Okeechobee New. LIVESTOCK

LOANS Complete mobile feed EVINRUDE DEALER

$25 to $600

UNDER FICTITIOUS NOTICE NAME LAW George Dempsey MARKET milling I..rvice. Custom SALES SERVICE

grinding and
mixing
NOTICE I II hereby given that NEW LOCATION *

the undersigned, pursuant to the Last year nearly 60% of Florida LOBBY GILBERT'S For more information

"Fictitious Name Statute", House Call or write HOD Q II
Bill 1175, Chapter :20953, Laws of Phone 6-1771 Sold at Auction OKEECHOBEE

Florida, 1941, and House Bill FINANCE COMPANY E. W. GATES SON Fishermen Hlv.n

1102 Chapter 26760, 1951, amending 418 Clay St. Ocala, Fla
86S09(3)( ), will register with Phone RO 2-4231 Phone 629.1"4 OJceechobee, Florida
the Clerk of the Circuit Court, In

o KE.ECHO

/ REPAIRING OF MAC'S WRECKER SERVE E

ChrisfTem..1 Best of Cadillac Service- Livestock Auction SMALL APPLIANCES LAKE SHORE GARAGE ROdeo CALL 2.1631

Such as Toasters, Fans, ROdeo 2.5674

Irons and Sewing MaGeneral Repairs ROdeo 2.6333

Faetory Trained Mechanics and AUCTIONS EVERY chin. Brakes Tune Up DAY OR NIGHT

TV Channel 4 Swmby 145 em Orlgnal Equipment Parts Herman .. Beebe, Manager Phone Welding Automotive Pure Gas dr Repairs: OilDAVE'S

Station I Sundays OKEICHOBEE, FLORIDA TRADING CENTER TOM fOY GARAGE
Phon. RO 2.9641
WSWN 11:45: DIY
p.m.
Phone 2.6025 Night RO 2-4453 North OKEECHOBEE Park Street



Mary Carter p"'aT BEAUTY SHOP BARBECUED CHICKEN SHIRLINQ

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PAINTSEVERY Reed-Haughton Motors
Cosmetic and SANDWICHES SERVICE

SECOND CAN Beauty Advisor OF ALL KINDS

FREE: OF EXTRA COST AIR CONDITIONED DONUTS NEW LOCATION
COFFEE ".Mf1. North Kbsimme
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I MINUTES BOARD OP Commissioner Herbert and unanimously Motions made by Commissioner I Air Line Railroad In the City WHERAS, resident citizens of Warrants 539 through M3 In the Page 5 Ok chob.. Newt, Friday, May 5, 1961
COUNTY COMMISSIONERS carried to request a Raulerson, seconded by of Okeechobee, and proposes to Okeechobee County are denied amount of $1,17470, I
April 25, 1961 bill be passed giving the County Harvey and unan Qus.y C- -.si construct and maintain the sameas the privileges of huntln migratory Canal Outlay Reserve Fund-
The Board of County Comrnls- Condemnation authority on drain. to accept the bid of Minton I a part of its Secondary Road water fowl on that part of Warrants 294 through 302 In the FOR RENT
.loner* of Okeechobee County, Equipment on Model BClflO at I program: and WHEREAS, Okee ;Lake Okeechobee adjacent to said amounnt of $09525
Florida met In regular session age.The hour of 10 o'clock having $449900. chobee County,is vested with all/ Countyy unless they possess a Beautiful, shady, waterfront
convened April 25, 1961 at 9 arrived the following bids were Nathaniel Hazelllef appeared I I right of way required for said resident State hunting license, There being no further business .
o'clock A. M. with the following received for lease of the airport before the Booard and requestedthe road, the Board adjourned. TRAILER SPACES
member present: omm1ssJonera grazing rights: county to Install culverts I NOW, THEREFORE, the Board andWHEREAS, the are of Lake
John F Pearce, chairman; Curtis and Hubert Waldron on road leading to his property' of County Commissioners of Okeechobee Is not inhabited and
H H Rauleraon, R' .J. Robin. improvements and also at entrance to proper: Oxeeoiobce: County, does hereby said area is not subject to ad Only 5727 paid I admissions HODGE & SONSReal
it con, Charles W, Harvey, and L. Edward Boree-440100 ty. Motion was made by Commissioner affirm that it is vested with all valorum taxes, and were recorded when the New
E Herbert Attorney W, L.Hendry Arthur Davis, $43500.plus irn Herbert, seconded by oC the required right of way WHEREAS, rescue equipment York Titans beat Buffalo' Bills,
Deputy SKeriff Harold provements.Joe Commissioner Raulerson and un for said portion of said State operated by the Fresh Water 27-3, in their rainy American Estate
Hancock; and Deputy Clerk Morgan, $i24: anknously carried to Install these Road, and that said right of Fish Commission and Okeecho Football League homer opener OKEECHOBEE Phone 24134llloin
Gloria Ford Motion was made by Convmis culverts way is legally cluear and has bee County Sheriff office is located
The minutes of the previous sloner Robison seconded by, Motion was made by Commissioner been physically cleared of all on the north shore of
meeting were read and approv Commissioner Raulerson and unanimously Raulerson, seconded by buildings, fences: and other improvements Lake Okeechobee and renders
ed. carried to accept the Commissioner Herbert and unanimously that all utility poles great assistance in cases of
Motion was made by Commissioner bids of Joe Morgan for $32500 carried to ratify trip lines and cables, pipes and other boating accidents and drowning,
Raulerson, seconded by per year. made by County Attorney to facilities have been removed or andWHEREAS .
Commissioner Herbert and unanimously The following bids were received Tallahassee attending Leglsla. adjusted as required for con it is convenientto
) carried to authorizethe for the purchase of Fire live Committee meeting on county struction of said project by the extend the cervices of the oLoon Preii in
construction company that truck: government. State Road Department or such Okeechobee County coroner Incases
receives the bids 01tbe Cemetery Hensley Tractor & Truck Com RESOLUTION removal, and-or adjustments have of death, drown Ings in Lake w. Y.Y' I Y 11
Road' to haul approximately party, EC-172, $>.650.50. WHEREAS, the State Road been arranged for and will be Okeechobee securing In the area
8000 yards of fill dirt Minton Equipment Company, Department of Florida has ea effected without delay to the of Okeechobee County, and And it's Mother's Day to get lovely new
In exchange for the. materialsIn BC-180. $826762; BC.70-137' tablished location: for that partof State Road Department and-or' WHEREAS, addition of a portion
f, the old bridge. wheelbase $331600; BC-170-127' State Road 23, designated as its contractors, and the State of Lake Okeechobee to the 8
blouses to her heart's content. We've a choice
Motion was made by Commissioner wheelbase, $519600; BC160, $4,- Section 91020, Job 2201, between Road Department is hereby re area of Okeechobee County will
Robinson, seconded by 499.00.. First Street and the Seaboard quested to proceed with the be a gnash benefit to said county -
I construction and maintenance of in situations where the county ' of many styles . come pickGloves
said portion of said State Road; receives allocations of tax 12?
and Okeechobee County hereby revenues computed by formulas 'o m your gilts for her
agrees to save harmless the State using land area as a means of
VERY SPECIALMOTHER'S
Road department its contrac arriving at said allocations, and
tors, agents and employees, from WHEREAS, this Board of County 0
all claims arising out of such Commissioners has given due
DAY SPECIALS construction and maintenance of consideration to House Bill 1554
said road within the right of way and is of the opinion that the miff
aforesaid and to defend any and passage of said bill would be to
ATTRACTIVE PRINTS. ,
SKIRTS $1.00] all lawsuits to completion and the best interests of Okeecho
satisfy any and all judgements bee County, as well as Martin,
therein made at the county expense , Glades and Hendry Counties, Y t :? z., so nice for MotherMom
SOLID COLORS CORDED FABRIC NOW THEREFORE Be it

WASH AND WEAR . . . . . $2.98 NOW, THEREFORE, The Boardof resolved that the Board of feels so special. . when you
County Commissioners of County Commissioners of Okee- give her a wardrobe of gloves,
Okeechobee County does hereby chobee County, Florida hereby
PEDAL PUSHERSsEVERAL LARGE SIZES 3.98 authorize the execution of a deed endorses House Bill No 1554 in a choice of lengths and colors.
ATTRACTIVE COLORS conveying the hereinabove described and request Senator Irlo Broo-
property to the State of Markhdm to support said legislation .
I WRINKLE RESISTANT $i Florida! for the use and benefit' and
LADIES SHORTS MANY COLORS AND DESIGNS .98 of the State Road Department : BE IT FURTHER RESOLVEDthat
PASSED AND ADOPTED in copies of this resolution be
regular session convened this furnished to Senator Irlo Brcn-
MANY BEAUTIFUL COLORS ANC to 25th day of April, A.D., 1961 son, Representative Allen Markham .
DRESSES OE.ONSSCT.KOM $2.95 $5.95 Motion was made by Commissioner and Representative William
12 AND JUNIOR SIZES Raulerson, seconded by Scott, Chairman of the
Commissioner Robinson and unanimously House Committee on Government q'1.
OTHER GIFT SUGGESTIONS carried to adopt the Organization, Tallahassee, Flor -7

LINGERIE HOUSE SLIPPERS SHOES following resolution: Ida.PASSED
RESOLUTION AND ADOPTED in

LADIES BILLFOLDS AND MANY OTHERS WHEREAS Palm Beach County regular session convened this 25 _
has had exclusive control and day of April, A D 1961
jurisdiction over eighty- percentof The following vouchers were I i
the area of Lake Okeechobee, approved and ordered paid:
CANTRELLCLOTHING Generl Fund Warrants 4063 Sandra Dress Shop .ti
andWHEREAS, Okeechobee County through 40"6 In the amount of '> 'f

has approximately fifteen $106091 MRS. HUBERT HARDEN, Prop.
STORE miles of shoreline on Lake Okee Road and Bridge Fund Warrants TELEPHONE ROdeo 2-6201 SOUTH PARK STREET
chobee without of the at 4142 through 2168 in the
t, / BLOCK SOUTH OF THE BANK tendant privfliges any or rights of amount of $202851
OKEECHOBEE FLORIDA control and jurisdiction of said Fine and Forfeiture Fund -
i Lake Okeechobee, andUSED
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Fishing News I Friday ww
A
BY EMERSON MOOR I Day,For Auto ".

Hoegffl! end shell cracker were AccidentIt's
heavy in the beds doing the full I it: .
moon and several good catches eolng&xne rush each
were reported from the weed afternoon: that gets you when you
Cats. They are reported to be out drive In Florida, and whether sft
farther to the lake than!they were the lath or not, watch It when pRfNIt6
last season, probably due to the you drive on Friday.An "SUPER-RIGHT" SHORT SHANK SMOKED or COOKEDHAMS .J
low water. Good: catches werealeo annual summary by the
reported from the "spots" Inthe Florida Highway Patrol shows
river, mostly on the bends A, that 22413 wrecks happened 1a tve&1' WHOLE OR \
the old cfaenel or at the mouth of, : between the hour of 4 to
creeks and !Jnlete. At least one S p. ox And that the year's 52 SHANK HALF 39 C 8 QT.SIZE {
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grot ) of fiefaerraea bad a lot of Fridays produced 22,153 ecd 14 to 16 Lb.
Qua and displayed a nice string of dentta.
large waitnoutb and breem they Saturday was a close second AverageLB. ,
taught on smelt dry flies in pocwets with a combined: total of 21.56L .
off the river On oil other of the flee days
Dry weather is effecting all ofsouth throughout the year, the figure .
Florida. A salesman who ran between 14 end 17 thousandfor
come into the office one day last each. I
week said they were fishing the In over 88 thousand case, :it SUPER RIGHT LEAN! TENDER CENTER GOLD KING QUICK FROZEN
drying pond la the Miami area .
was daylight when a wreck occurred
with dubs.Although the bag limit .
and in 97 thousand instance Shrimp Stuffed 7 Oi.
the has taw been requires removed that in fish that be area taken ., number* it was of dear wrecks weather.for Total the .Sliced Ham LB. 89c Shrab With Cub PKG. EA.49c

In the The
customary! : manner.
year was 224,630.
Wardens are having a rough timekeeping
!the people from wading
into the fish with bell bad bats, Rush
AgainReElected
be said. I SUPER RIGHT HEAVY WESTERN BEEFRib
Said s friend: of ours, recently ( ,
bitten by the fly ashing! bug, "Fly'
fishing la a lot of fun but I don't Fletcher G.Bush, Orlando, was
recommend it for them real big recently re-elected to.the Board
bass". He landed a 6&\ and a 4\% of Trustees of Lawyers' Title Roast 69
pound bass on the outfit last Guaranty Fund, according to an
week end. Thought be was getting announcement by Howe A. Las
pretty good. Then a big one took later, President of the Fund
a slap at his bug. Good bye bug. The Board of Trustee man-
We'.. bad it happen to us. ages the affairs of Lawyers'Title
We fee quite a few 'gators and I Guaranty Fund, a Joint venture SUPER RIGHT HEAVY WESTERN BEEF RIB '
big turtles to ponds where we .by over 2,500 Florida lawyers for
never aaw them baton Must be the of
purpose assuring titleae
the low water b running them to Florida real estate.
to the deeper water. It it doesn't I Rush, elected to serve for a 1
rain! pretty soon a lot of big fish
three
will perish! fa) drying ponds in the i 1, 1961 year, will term represent commencing the coon-July Rib Steak t

Okeechobee area. I tlese of Brevard, Indian River, 79cj.
to the Sports Afield mega-
Tip Martin, Okeechobeee, Orange, !
:
If stringer
sine you forget your Osceola, St. Lucle and Seminole,
trim a smell branch, leaving a
comprising the Ninth Judicial
fork on it. Makes us think of an Circuit. .
old experienced fisherman, Pappy SUPER RIGHT HEAVY WESTERN TENDER SUPER RIGHT HEAVY
Cone, who bad friends drop him GLAZED
off In the lake about a mile from ATTEND SINS DONUTS
where they were going to fish. Mrs. J. C. Rogers, Mrs. Adrian LAMB LEGS Lb 59c SHORT RIBS Lb. 39c f JANE PARKER FRESH CRISP 12s 37c
Far out in the lake, and armpit I Rogers, Mrs Gerald Burk, Miss [
deep, be hooked and landed an Joan Whldden and Miss Gail Da RIGHT FRESHLY POTATO CHIPS -.
extra big bass It was either quit via attended the all night singing SUPER RIGHT WESTERN TENDER LAMB SUPER kg. 43c"SUPER.RJCHT"
fishing and hold the bass until convention In Belle Glade Satin-
his friends came back for him,. day night LOIN I CHOPS Lb. 89c GROUND BEEF 3 Lb'l45
Is fisherman
loose.
it Pappy
or turn a
so he reluctantly releasedthe !!fJ".r/l'f/1J'f/J if4p.'fXI1fi.';JfJ.1;CTJ1J." ,,' "',ntJ1'JfJa"J r;;",;""."".'I@JlfUJJ'".U"WI 'nJ'">>Ju/N k ,ii"I {!'" ,ii...!';,,
prize catch and went on fish
tog A bass in the band wasn't RED RIPE CORNED
worth two in the lake to him.
"Biggest d-n bass I ever have BLOOMERSlOc MELONS
I WATER
caught" be said later. BEEF HASH


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county and the poIdticoe . 1
But the
have average person knows
.ORE mustered
up enough courage mat host
trading In the state
to florin cap-
the
peopae.lei..I !ltd fa good business . and that
ABOUT maybe ttt word is '
.
consOtaeofc: .
. joe for every level of cur government.
I whereby if they low the Lake .
IVTIIING to y have it *J1 figured out . I
that 1* figured they world. have So the "Gentlemen" from Palm
\ BKREWKHUTT a chance to be reflected. Beach County will try to trade
j Proba!!before you read this -They have horses! . . and the only successful OOkrethnhtt N
) Ken ttegislature will past a the Influx, In told the people that horse trader that I recall was tUts
bill div* the Big Lake Okee- more population . .some David Harem . who could
Mah-blah . .
chobee that Is if the delegation and a hallelu. trade a spavined; . wlndbroken
Ja .
fr Palm Beach County monies led. win take cared the .. giMlrted horse to a sucked. Page 7 Okeechobee News, Friday, May 5, 1961
ean mar enough backfleld. funds , in the secondary road . with emcees Prlc. lOc-Phono R02-3221
that
i fa
it
the Lake
!is
But i men in chars in that Bobby Dean,
taken troy Scout Don
away and divided. Frlsh. Tommy and Home .
Now these gentlemen . who Repairs Merit Badges
Watford. Gary and Mike Miles, Wayne Golden Circle Charles Whlttield and Mr. and
rode to Tallahassee on a "Jack Court of Honor Steve Watford the Home
II p . ass", have groomed the faithful Scott and Brlney.Al Burk.Joe Harden, James Repairs Music Art and Swim. Class HoldsFellowship Mrs. Holley.
'f steed to look like a "mare in full The Boy Scout Troop 430 of Hiram Raulerson ming Merit Badges; Charles
bloom" and expect to trade It to Okeeechobee held was then Introduced Brown the Personal Fitness, Safety 269 Walkers
a family and
/ CENTRAL \A some tuckers . with their and Court of Honor Monday supper lowing awards presented. the fol Pioneering. Music, Citizenship '
ELECTRIC Harom 'im : Second Class In the Nation The Baptist Are Killed
ewe tactics . Awil 24 at the First Baptist Ranks to Jackie Flremanship, Young People's
i but 111 bet. ..without success Church with 94 In attendance.: Harden. Darrell Harden, Timothy Art Camping and Fishing Merit Golden Circle Sunday school Two hundred sixty-nine pedes.
Enflnger Lee
f introduces aa Fried chicken, salads, beans Brown, and Cliff! Simonds. First Badges. class held a fellowship party on trlans were killed and 3,5fi7 inJured
rolls, ... __ The April 15 at the home of Mr. and .
cake and tea WArA "- .tt CU---**- -RjmV-.-. tA .Hf.l "? -'L meeting closed with the In traffic h t vu* t v.
//THE FIRST Drivers Cause bullet style and enjoyed by all ry Star Rank- to'-U'U.Archie: "Lee wer., He singing of Taps. Mrs.A:picnic Jimmy Holley. Florida Highway Patrol said to-;
TV
supper was
served
ANTENNA : Most attending was also awarded Firemen, Cook. All of these boys and Kent Mr. and Mrs. Leroy to day.Almost
Wrecks The Court of Honor was opened Ing Safety, Camping, Citizenship 'and Jimmy Bell Michael Jacke, and Mrs Franklin Collins Mr. one third of the Injured<
; EVER Its driver errors and not faulty with the Flag Ceremony by In the Home and Art Merit Bad. Edward Underbill Tommy Coff- and Mrs. William Creach, Mr. pedestrians were children ages II
DESIGNED FOR : autos that cause highway death Scout the Scouts. Mr Fred Humphrey, ges. Weis Enfinger, the Citizenship man, Bill Snipes and all or partof and Mrs Joe Buttner Mobley, Mr., Mr. through nine years. In the age
Master, and
bracket
Introduced Wilburn In the to tour
up
and Injury Nation. Safety, Camp. their families! attended this Mrs Everett Cone, years, the
Lawson, Mr.
and :
A uninterrupted The Florida Highway Patrol I who presented Tender. Ing. Lifesaving, Cooking Merit upper and meeting! I Brannon Williams, Mr. .rr"j total was &20. And from five
8 toot badges to Mike Presley, Mike Badges and through nine :
Bays chances of
a top-fiight your making a and 515.f
Allen
performance Holmes,
In driving error In traffic compared I Jimmy and Donald Yates the Flremenshlp
with a mechanicel! detect SALUTE TO FLORIDA-
SALT-WATER causing you to have an accident
AREAS ; 1* about 9 to 1.Ninety ABSOUTELY NEW NO SUCH OFFER HAS COUNTIES, LEON
per cent of all wrecks
tn in Florida last year were caused EVER BEEN MADE IN FLORIDA ON SUCH \ too.I ar IIt.1' u wSUrtJ
....
by driver lire CIo -
violation, tnrlndndrinking ; .." L r t IbtL
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BEAUTIFUL ACREAGE. CLOSE TO CITY ON U.S. =- 11II -I:

Out of over 124 thousand traf. 441. ALREADY PLATTED AND LOT I !llP1III of tile a9 a 11I1..... ]rei
fie LINES J iaN .. crashes, only six per cent wbea JknIIIdD lie ao
tided Ire aes ID !
7la9.
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aQf feels, ELECTRIC. 2laBike... sae ew esfslfErked
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A* expected, S3 per cent of aU ITY AVAILABLE. ..... D* IIOIIUIbI.
Ys autoa Involved were passenger Mil../edede4 w I t Male np.
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Thursday, April :37.
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Okeechobee News, Friday, May 5, 1961Pi 8er
Canal Network Almost Completed STEVEN CAVEHONORED Too Many PleasuresAre
'you get any fish. or not WATCH FOR IIGfU
AT And whether you take along Make tt a habit foxecute: tile

.. I.any snake bite remedy! or not, I proper signals, botthand and '
PARTY HERE Morally Wrong would like to offer a little ad mechanical. Signal','I least 100 I

Steven Cave was honored at a I vice in case you are bitten. Don't feet In advance, msl sure it's
s zx miner roast and party Saturday make the mistake a lady downat safe to carry out ttxnaneuver
IY fROG WITH drunk Either way"hey\ aU tildriving.
evening celebrating Ms seventh Lakeport did some years back. before you proceeded by.
what we Just as wellFishing
eI
No matter pleasure rattler By slowing ooh or stopping
birthday. Games and contests When a playful little ground
were held and prizes awarded the try to enjoy for our sake, there in any manner In Florida nipped her on the ankle, to let a driver']fcl out ota
LIKE'"SPkpo4Al winners. is bound to be some peat to take can be fun these days All she yelled for help and the rest parking lot or from* curb,

Mrs. Hiram Raulenon, Jane the pleasure out of self that.! That'sbecause you need is a shady spot to sit of her party came on the run. you can avoid a post! traffic
so many righteousdogooders In. Bait the fish have to bite to Naturally, they asked where conflict. U
RauHerson and Kent. Bell assisted believe that anything
InI learn what it Is, and .pleity of she was when she was bitten,
Fr. and Mrs. Caw with the
I they don't like Is morally wrong snake bite antidote, Good snakebite and though she was already in YIELD HT4P ;,
( party. How many people can you antidote used to come In great pain she hobbled back to Obstructing the free'iow of
Among those attending IOdeIt'ta 'name who wouldn't think of associating crockery jugs but' these daysIt 'the spot. It was the same place I traffic leads to accidenlsXhat'swhy

tending were Bobby and with a gambler, but has to be bought In glass bottles she showed them and the snake vehicles pulling art* from
oweecI4o t: Richard Mills, Kaye, Monte. Mathew will preach against all games or jugs' That way you 'can was still there He promptly bit the curb or from the sldtt the
st4a Mark and Mary Delaney, of chance until' they are blue in see if It is dear or doudy. Clear her again on the same ankle. road must yield the right-way
t. 700r'CN Lisa and Linda, Jenkins, Kent and the face and then go fishing to
traffic.
means it is real mountain dew And worst of all, so far as mostof to moving
Jimmy Bell Miles McPherson, cool off. In their excitement of
but cloudy: brands It locaIproduct. she
as a us are concerned, was
Sherri Reeves Trudy Hotel' condemning the public's pleasure Both kinds'are fine to a church member and did not Everybody is an exper "hea
Nancy Norris Pam Hend17. Arm they forget that fishing la one help pass the time away, wheth- drink. I it comes to making predawn*.
i'S and Jimmy Godwin, Dewey and of the world's greatest gambles,
Iris Llghtaey. Jim and Jeff Wat and one of the most widely ad.
# s/ ford. Betty Wills, Yield WOUs, vertJ ed. But if you try to jus. '

( Viator, Tommy and DaIq tify yourself by saying fishing 1

Hunter Debby Walker, Sam, Lou Is a gamble, what do you get.
Aim, Diane and Karen Thomas Possibly you wM be politely informed
5.27y Joe RazeUief, Leeta and Mary that the Prophets of old .
Cope, David Watford Rose Dan were fishermen.

leis, Frances AltobeUo, Nancy, Sure they were, but the Pro
0 I Sonny and Catherine Cave Jane phet.Fishermen of old were a
% Raulerson, Mrs. Hiram Raider lot different from the squawkers NOTICEI
1 son Fr. and Mrs. Cave and toe of today. And nowhere In the
guest of honor, Steven Cave. state can It be proved more
Also attending, from Indian- quickly than In Okeechobee The
town were Mr. and Mrs. Ethan Speckled Perch Capital of the
G Britcfa and children Laura Sally, World. I

Jay and Sue, and Mr. and Mn. But there was a time when
Dean Smiley and children Starr fishing In Florida was no gamble.

and Dee. That was back in the good old
0 Saturday was aim the birthday days when we could get fish I VACCINATE PETS ..
at Jay Britch and Dee Smiley without hook, spear gun or net.
Both attend the Episcopal church Once when I was seining for
In Indiantown, where Fr. Cave Is bait, a half-pound trout went

Vicar. up my pant leg, and I was on

A network of primary canals and major water control structures is near Look Ugh string ground make before the he fish could sick badE or AGAINST RABIES AT THE

I ing completion for the Central and Southern Florida Flood Control Project I One way the people used to

between ake Okeechobee and Lake Istokpoga, it is announced by FCD Who's Here! get fish when the creeks were r.

Executive Director, G. E. Dail, Jr. low was to muddy the water
The works are being constructed for the FCD by the U. S. Corps of Air, n Mrs. Hallos g ntaey, That would bring the fish to the
cost announce the birth of a son, top in search of clear water,,
Engineers at a cost of 17,380,000 with 80 per cent of actual construction CITY HALL
weighing 6 ub. S oz April 25 at somewhat like forbidden "Mon
being paid with Federal funds, and the State matching 20 per cent. a Fort Pierce hospital key" fishing today, and we could

The three main works in the network are Indian Prairie (C-40)), Harney scoop them up in our bare hands.

Pond (C-41)) and Slough Ditch (C-41A) Canals. Indian Prairie and Harney Pond TRACI JEAN MATTHEWSA When we got the water well

Canals are already complete, and Slough Ditch Canal is now well under con daughter, Tracl Jean, was stirred up and mud all over our
born April 28 in a Fort Pierce faces, we were the ones who
struction.The. to Mr. and Mrs. Robert looked like
hospital monkeys.
many big spillways in the system will, not only control flood runoff, Matthews. The child, which Another disgraceful way ol MAY 6,19619a/m.,04p.m.

but also prevent overdrainage and make irrigation possible in drought periods.Size weighed seven pounds six ounces, getting fish In the old days W Snot

of some of these spillways can be judged by Structure 84 which outfalls( Is the second In the family. Hersister only a gamble but wrongas

into the Kissimmee River and cost about $300,000. Karl Is three years old. welt And the gamble was not

More controls of Lake Istokpoga will bring a great degree of protection to as whether you would get
JOLLYA
the rich farmlands south of that Lake, and local planning of secondary water DALTON LOUIS any fish or not, but whether 01
son Dalton Louis, was born not the law would get us. That
control works to tie in with the FCD primary canals is already under way. April 27 to Mr. and Mrs. Dalton way was to pound a bundle of I

Cattle farming in the area is already being boosted, and citrus groves are Louis Jolly. The boy weighed 7 Ib. "Devil' Shoestring" n tnall vine

now being planted in some parts because of the coming of a primary water 3'4 oz. and was born at the Louisiana like plant that grows wild in DR. FRANK PLATT

control system. Raulerson hospital. Georgia, and throw the milky
--- pulp into a still pool In a few

NEW LIBRARY HOURS DANIEL BRIAN PADGETT moments the fish would be

The Oke chot>ee County Library Mr. and Mrs. GeorgZ.Franklin Jumping up in all directions,
moved last week into the newly Padgett are parents of a 7 lb. I 8 even onto the bank. One thing
Lt remodeled Zelmenovits building 01. son born April %7.The boy, we never quite figured out about

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are 9 a.: m. to 12 and 1 p.m. to JOHN TODD BENNETTA aide or ''j" .

'58 CHEVROLET $995 5. Saturday 9 a, m. to 12 noon. -son, John Todd, was born 1
The library will be closed on May 2 at the Louisiana Raulerson

Brookwood, Station Wagon, 4-dr. V8 Engine Wednesdays. Hospital to Mr. and Mrs John I SUNDAY, MAY 14th IS I

GRANDFATHER LOCAL I Bennett. The infant weighed 7
lb.!. 10'/4 oz at birthCounty .
57 CHEVROLET 995 WOMAN DIES MOTHER'S DAY

Mr and Mrs Jack Ramer of ;
HARDTOP, 2-dr., V8, Automatic transmission, Okeechobee attended the funeral CourtIn l

Radio, heater. services of her grandfather Lewis S
County Court Monday, May
Williams 77 at Nahunta, Ga.,
1, under the
last Saturday. jurisdiction of G. E
'57 FORD 695 Mr. Williams died Thursdaymorning Bryant! Jr, county judge, Arthur
MeGill was found guilty of reckless .
la a hospital there. Services
4-dr. Sedan driving and fined $25 or 10
were at 2 at
pm Riverside
days in jaU.William .
Church. Burial was in Corrent
Cemetery. Bishop plead guilty to a 1tl <,aysap
r'j
57 CHEVROLET 1095BEL being drunk and was fined $25 or < ,
KILTS 10 days. ,

AIR Hardtop, 4-dr? V8, Automatic trans. The colorful Five persons, charged with unlawful
Scottish kilt roo.
speed, forfeited bonds of 9w
ably evolved
from
the
garb of
early Celts. The traditional $3.5 each. They were Dave Smith,
59 FORD 1095 full Joseph H.
kilt was a IWoot length of tartan Billiard Ronald C. Os-
their William A Miller
Edward
2 dr. Sedan. Automatic Transmission that the owner spread on the Haipern. Jacob R. Rozier plead
ground and tucked into pleats,
guilty to a charge: of unlawful
then he
10 TO 15 OTHERS TO CHOOSE FROM $195 up around bimselrt lay upon, it and belted it speed and was fined $25 or 10
pinning the
up. days In the county jail .-
per part at the left shoulder "
Rosa Tuff charged with fishing

SEE GEORGIA BOY OR CLAUDE HOLCOMB A pheasantlike bird in Australia without a license, had the case
builds continued to the May 8 session of
a nest as big as a small
!house. Using leaves sticks, and court. Theodore Mattison on the
same charge plead guilty and
debris the Megapode (big feet)
OKEECHOBEEMOTOR was fined $25 or 10 days in jaIL
constructs a home sometimes 13
feet Ugh and 50 feet in circum Herbert Jenkins plead guilty to
!cranes. driving without a license. Sen
tence was deferred until June I.
COMPANYPHONE


RO 2-4441 GILBERT City Court r

THEATREFRIDAY William G. Hamblin was convicted
of fighting and disturbing
the peace, by Mayor Donald
AND SATURDAY Mack at the Friday night session
MAY 5 and t"DESIRE
of City Court. He was fined $SO j
IN or 30 days in the city jail. jI
AUTO I
BODY REPAIRAND THE DUST"In In court Monday, Jackie W. I

Cinemascope Carter was found guilty of reck WITH A GIFT FROM ROY AL/S DEPARTMENT
RAYMOND BURR less driving Because he did not STOREDRESSES
MARTHA HYER appear his $SO appearance bond

PAINTINGALL PLUS ass was forfeited.ordered His suspended driver' for license 90 . BLOUSES . GLOVES . . SHOES COSTUME JEWELRY .
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"THE WIZARD
days by Mayor Mack, BEACH WEAR . .
BATHING SUITS . . LUGGAGE . .
MAKES AND MODELS I OF BAGDAD"In Johnnie Garcia plead guilty- to BAKING DISHES . .
Cinemascope and a charge of speeding He was fined BELTS JACKETS , HANDBAGS , .
DeLuxe Color $73 and given a 90 day jail HANDKERCHIEFS . . NIGHTGOWNS
DICK SHAWNDIANNE sentence. The AND SLEEP COATS . .
ONE jail sentence was SCARVES KNIT
SPECIAL I LIMITED BAKER suspended STOLESTOWELS . . BEDSPREADS .

COLOR TIME ONLY BARRY COE Mitchell W. Nipper plead guiltyto , . BATH MATS , BLANKETS . . HOUSE
SUNDAY, MONDAY, TUES., a charge of speeding. His drlv.er' SLIPPERS . . .
PAINT AND MAY 7, I and f SALAD BOWLS . PLASTIC BAGS .
license PICNIC
JOB 40.00 was suspended for 90 SUPPLIES . GIANT GLASS DECANTERS .
UP "THE MISFITS"CLARK days,
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PILLOW
CASES ELECTRIC FANS.
GABLEMARILYN
BODY REPAIR EXTRA
MONROEMONTGOMERY AMERICAN PATTERN

CLIFT Liberia the African( republic
FREE ESTIMATE ELI THELMA WALLACH RITTER founded by freed slaves from the AND HUNDREDS OF OTHER BEAUTIFUL & USEFUL ITEMSROYAL'S

"ADULTS ONLY"All United) States, shows many traces
of American Influence. English is
p.nona under U years
If ape must be Iccomp.nl.ed the official language, the dollar
by in adult.WEDNESDAY the national currency, and the

A THURSDAY constitution Is patterned after
DAVE'S BODY SHOP MAY 10 and 11 that of the United States.

"THE SAVAGE DOLLAR CROP
OKEECHOBEE, FLORIDA
INNOCENT"In Potatoes in the Hastings area
II RD. 70 WEST PHONE RO 2-4191 Technicolor this year were valued In excess \

AFTER 6 P.M. RO 2.5155 ANTHONY QUINN of 12.000.000.. Most popular Irish NORTH PARK STREET OKEECHOBEE J
YOKE TONI potato variety In that area Is the PHONE ROdeo 61281FCD )

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Page 9 //OkMchobM News, Friday, May 5, 1961 Suzanne Stello'Henry Vinson Fine Arts Club Clemona Yelkhng; I ; Robert, and, Man At- REDUCE The first SPEED rule in rainy weatheris r

Is Announced Elects OfficersMrs. E. Link. ; and her reduce speed to cope with the
Engagement serve as E1a Ins traffic hazards rain brings Wet
Nelle Yeildlntf was hostess The & Lavene, and pavement Increases stopping distances
LITTLELEAGUE to the Fine Arts Club at er downpour* interfere with
the Sierra Inn on last Thursday Mrs Val gifts, cards vWMlity, water-softened road
beginning\ at 4 o'clock The gram on Moore express shoulders become treacherous and
meeting opened with the club be given friends and rel showers cause ne4eatrlaas to
prayer, followed by the reading I ancee. make hasty matabI.! I
BASEBALL of the minutes by the secretary.The Moore
nominating: committee named
, Started This Week the officers nominated for Holds LATER THAN YOU THINKI
next year. A three-
I The nominating committee, the borne ALL LOST PEOPLE
composed: of<< Annie Raulerson, Moore to
We congratulate the
Mattie Lee McCranJe and Rosalie ,
Sponsors, Managers, Pearce, named the following versary birthday, UNCHURCHED PEOPLEARE
and coaches. The slate of officers who were unanlmously recently.
URGED TO ATTEND
County and City elected: Attending
n Officials for making President Mrs Val Meserve; Gladys,
this commendable vice president, Mrs Kitty 1 ami; her
Brown; secretary, Mrs Nelle husband of
activity possible. l IV AL
More than 300 boys
'e' will play and possibly
ANNOUNCING-
n
3000 affected a ys HELD IN TENT ON SOUTH PARK
NEXT TO BENNIE'S

I CENTRAL J. KINLAW, Evangelist

NEW ORLEANS BAPTIST
SIERRARANT
AND GAS

: OKEECHOBEE'r FLORIDA BAPTIST INSTITUTE
4-c NOW STOCKS LAKE FOREST, N.C., B. A.
IN CUBA ON BAPTIST
REST AU v A COMPLETE
,___ # MISSION BOARD.
IW "(( .KilIU. ""- j'r "; !
Mrs. Lucille Bowden Steno an mentary education She teaching
LOU AND OPAL RILEY, Mgn. nounces the engagement of her I at Maxwell Field Elementary E.le tri THURSDAY
daughter, Miss Suzanne Btello, to. School In Montgomery
Phone ROdeo 6.1461 Henry Thomas Vinson son of Mr. Vinson, a graduate of Leon MAY 4th
Downtown Okeechobee on U.S. 441 Mrs. W. L. Vinson and the late High School attended Oiipola
Mr. Vinson, ell of Tallahassee Junior College at Marianna and
Miss Stello Is the daughter of served fn the U. S. Coast Guard 7:30 NIGHTLY
Carl Stello of Okeechobee. He Is employed by the State of
The bride-elect attended Leon Florida and will be a student at AND GOD'S WARNINGTO
SWIMMERS High School and was graduated Florida State University next fall.
WANTED from Huntingdon College in Montgomery The wedding will be at 6:30 AMERICA
Alabama, with a Bach p. m. on July 15, In St. Johns
FOR SWIM TEAMBoys elor of Science degree in ele- Episcopal Church, Tallahassee t


and girls 10 to 16 Club Meeting Markham, first vice-president.
Mrs. Margaret Johnston, second
years of age who would
The Okeechobee Garden club vice-president, Mrs Vernon O
like to try out for the members met Saturday at the Reeves. secretary, Mrs. Pearl
Okeechobee Swim home of Mrs H. L. Elledge with Eddington, corresponding secretary I w
Mrs Vernon Reeves and Mrs Mrs. B. H. Moon, pallamentarian New I
Team-Please contact Berne Welch as co-hostesses fora Mrs. R E Ulnk A new
George Bryant at the luncheon meeting A chicken member,Mrs.Ernest Evans, was tify
salad course was served with hot welcomed to the club and visl- wiring
swimming pool. spiced tea and dessert of lemon tors were Mrs Ruth Helsel and r
chiffon cake and nuts. i Mrs. Frankie Montgomery fire
c,1 TRYOUTS WILL BE The house was decorated with I Attending were Mesdames E.B.
HELD SUNDAY spring flower arrangements. The Davis, R L. Brown, G. C. DUN er
spring flower hat contest was won more, H. L. Elledge, Joe Galbraith
MORNING UNTIL by Mrs. Joe Galbraith with Mrs Paul Helsel Margaret Candies
1 O'tLOCK . R. B. Meserve taking second Johnston, R. E. Link, R. B. Me
place serve B. H Moon, Dorothy
k' An Informal talk on the Florida Phillips, William Preston H H.Rauleraon DIPPED CUSTOM CHOCOLATES
Z tee( There is no Keys was given by Audley I Vernon Reeves, John CENTRAL
? !f i. admission charge. 'Dunham assisted by his wife Roe Charles Robbins, and Berne ..
'
The business meeting was calledto Welch. 2650 N. Federal Highway
Proceeds from the Concession Stand and order by Mrs. R. B. Meserve The next meeting will be held :AND GAS
Jook Box go for the support of the 4 and minutes were read by airs at the home of Mrs Eddingtonon Phone HO 1-3229
Brown Mrs William Preston May 18 and at that time final PHONE 2.5561
Swim Team FORT PIERCE, FLORIDA
gave the treasurer' report. plane for the Installation luncheon ,
.
The following officers were to be held May 27 will be I '
1 elected: president, Mrs. Allen made.

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Under the compact: one state an Wonnal basis. None of the ultaneously with his appointmentas I other states are under supervision "We've been able to give ser. Okeeehobee and The Florida CAR IS WRICKID
may call upon another to returna adult laws applied director of the new Division In Florida. 34 investigations or vice equal to that of any statt," Schools for Girls at Ocala and An acddeont occurred en State
runaway at abandoned child. A Florida Judge, the late Judge of Child Training Schools.During one type or another have been DozIer said. "Only because of Forest Hill become adjusted to Road 66 at the Oranfe 'Avenue
Or the state in which the childIs W. H. Beckham of Miami, tooka conducted since January 1. excellent coperatkm between the, life at home after leaving the Extension 'last Wednesday when ..
CHILD found may return him at the leading role In founding the was the responsible year 1960 for, his super.vision office Juvenile courts throughout the juvenile courts"and child training Institutions. a wheel came off ofi) utility _

expense of the home elate When compact in 1953. Florida joined of 27 youngsters from outside state have done most of the instXutolns. Under a bill now, before the traitor being towed by a IKS Ford I
parents of a child la conflict: in 1967. At present, 27 states ac.1 will truck driven by John Jackson
By Addle Summer the state and provided 26westlZaUone. tual field work on these When an aftercare program Legislature\ the counselors \
with the'law move from one state participate, and a. 1 legislaturesfeet Three minors were The Division og Child Training for. youngsters ,returning home live in the communities IIIId l re of Fort Lauderdale, and jan intoa
r.hllcaUoo. gp..cl.Uit.kehoolti DUI.loaVI : to another, the home state may others are setting up the returned to their home states Schools has no staff to go out from boys' and girl's! schools is ceive direction from DWialonheadquartel'l. 1960 Chevrolet' driven bf" Both J
Child 81ale Tnlnlnc Ol Florid buy supervision In the stale in necessary legal means to take for violations in Florida. As of and see the children referred by established with counselors in When a child needssupervision Renter of Chicago, according to .
A little known but very 1m which the family has moved. part. December: 31, Dozler's office other states, and the small central all sections of the state, Dozier under the Interstate a report by Fatrelman '!II>. H. .
portant function of The Divisionof Youngsters who "cross the state Arthur Dozier, superintendent was responsible for 20 children office force has had its expects to be able to take can Compact, the director could eas Dufore liwestlgatlng! offlctf. I
Child Training Schools Is to Une" and commit a violation may of The Florida School for Boys under the Interstate Compact. hands full with the opening of d this burden off the courts. fly get in touch with the coon. Damage to the car was estimated I
be returned to the home state Institutions in the Primarily aftercare workers will selor, in the area and could report to be about $300 and the
meet Florida's obligations under at Marlanna, was assigned the At the same time, other states three new
The Interstate Compact on Juveniles. For a long time these procedures Job of administering the code in helped us out with three. past two years and expansion of help students Iron the Florida findings through the,same trhck $35. No'arnet was made!
from the old ones Boys Schools at Marianna and channels used for aftercare. and no one WM kljlredDON'T I
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SERVICE AND PARTS FOR ALL MAKES I Armature I, ADVERTISEMENT Tele. HO 4-1625 $1795.00
% Marine Plywood SALES SERVICE
McDermid Floor Inc. 4306 South 'U.S. No.1 AUTHORIZED
Coverings, Corp j WAS IN I USED VAC'S
Arteraft, Hicks, H.nsle
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Seaway Drive THIS SPACE from 9 95 DEALER
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MODERN
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g. 11 OkMchobM Newt, Friday, MAy 5, 1961 SBO Has ItsChicken by the candidates for the offices REST HOME FORT PIERCE MUSEUMTO
on the Student Council. The elec. BE DEDICATED MAY 14
HouseIn ion was held on Thursday. NEWS. ]
. The at the Fort
lassified Ads new museum CATFISHHUSH
Thursday, the track team wentto
Operation Fort Meade. The school paper Girt Scout Troop Number Four Pierce: Arts League is to be dedicated .
Boots and Saddles" was sold on led by Mrs. Peart Godwin and and a preview and reception
After several months of planning Mrs. Briny visited the Dunldin for Arts League membersand
Thursday during the home room PUPPIES-COLE SLAWAND
NOW YOU CAN ADD end a building program, Rest Home this week and brought artists Sunday May 14. The
period.
I jr Sale or Rent to match the planning, the FlorIda
May boskets for everyone at the new museum Is located near the
The chapel Fridaywas
,
IElltn.nECTRIC School for Boys, under the two program home. Connie Joe VhWldd play amphitheatre on Nortth Second
given by representatives SWEET TATERS
I It RENT Furnished nice AM COMOITIOWIKWKW guidance of Griffin C. Floyd and from the Indian River Junior Cotege ed the harmonica and the others street, Fort Pierce. An exhibit
kn one or two room sport- H. O. Houghtaling, poultry manger In Fort Pierce. They gave in- recited poems. by members of the League will
e ht By week or month. Utlllj HUXPENSIVEITTO has Its own farm in opera. cresting talks. W. wish to thank the Lions be open to the public for two ALL YOU CAN EAT
'j furnished. Road 78 Teleine YO R PRESENT HHtNAfJ tIon. The birds arrived on the The Student Council hold their Crab for Jesse Wilson's new weeks from May 13 through the
ROdeo 8-3165. 4-29K campus April 13. meeting Monday during homeroom glasses. 28th from 2 to 5 dally. Pictureson '
The chicken houses are set period. The committees for Donations this week included display by the art league 1.50
side by side and approximatelymeasure the prom also met at this time bean from M. M. Martin fruit members will also be for s.alel
100 feet in length There 1 The Junior and Freshman by Mrs. R. L. Brown and candy
are 287 cages to each house class' from Herbert Nix.
danes held their regular
1 BEDROOM .. with two birds to thereaccomodating' BARLOWFISH
a cage -
CBS HOME meetings. The Juniors discussed IT'S NOT THE ROAD
by 874 birds. The CARD OF THANKSI
plans for the prom.Hospital
ages are all set above the floor am sincerely grateful for the Don't blame It on a faulty road

$U Monthly level, adhering to the latest kindness and thoughtfulness of when you have an accident; st CAMPON
methods of scientific chicken the people of Okeechobee dur- least that Is what past figure
$7900 Total Price INSTALLATION IS EASY raising. The eggs when toyed News ml my recent Illness I shall compiled by the Florida Highway LAKE OKEECHOBEE

t Months Olden COST IS LOW by> the hen, roll out of the cage never forget the expressions of Patrol show 12 MI. SOUTH ON U.S. 441
into a trough, and the droppings Patients released from the Louisiana encouragement and appreciate Out of over 124 thousand highway ROdeo 2-6487
7J' x 127' UImmedtet FRESH all to the floor and are clean Raulersoo Hospital this the cards flowers letters and crashes in this! state in 1960,
MR ed up by the attendants. With week were Ernestine Padgett Erne prayers offered in my behalf 112,000 were oa straight end w,. I
Peeaeisa( a CLEAN A Router his method, the cages. and the tne! Hudson, June Holt Mary -Mack Klnsaut el roads.
No Ouallfylng louses will be spotless at aU! Thomas, Mary Lou Jolly and I II
AIR toes-M will the birds. baby, Lois! Bayne, Linda Padgett
No Closing Cot 41 AIR OF MODERN Each of the houses has 22 and baby Shirley Drawdy Charles MAKE RESERVATIONS NOW

Only S4N down LIVING- lights overhead so that on the Vickers GuesJe East Catherine
shortest days of the year the Smith, Lawrence Griffin FOR YOUR
CENTRAL ELECTRIC birds will! have 14 hours of "day. colored, and Mexicans blobs Ro- J
AND GAS CO. t 11i'bt" mertz and baby. Fannie Short
y
Cell Phone 2.5561 The pullets are WhIte Leghorns colored, died at the hospital on VEVIa POOL PARTY

RO 1-U41 TRAILER FOR SALE 33 ft and at present are 17 May 1.Patients.
weeks old. They should start remaining In the hospital
American, one bedroom. 1957 producing .
4-tttf are John Ferguson Elizabeth
Model Phone 6-1171 Albert eggs in approximatelyfour AT THE
weeks. Baldwin Maude Arnold, Lois
Hauk.
S31p.UFOR Thompson, Sandra Bennett and OKEECHOBEE SWIMMING POOL
SALE Semi. Truck and baby John Brett, Carlisle Thorn
!trailer. 2953 2 W ton G. M. C as, Sr., Willie Curry, Albert day 1 1Vr 1Y 1r '
FOR RENT Furnished apartment. and 28 ft flat bed traUier. $750 Youthful Ray Prescott Betty Mills, Debbie! 10.00
Contact Edison Walker Rodeo 2-1644 or 16281. 65,12 and Vickie McLeUan, Seminoles
Rodeo 23201.. &-5 U ChatterBy
and
Tom Smith Jake Morgan EVENING PARTIES 6:30.10tOONo
MerchandiseUSED Martha Jones, Colored patients
FOR SALE Three bedroom MARY JANE LEFTER
frame house, dote to school TV'S Virginia Bryant and baby am o \

$3500. Cash. Write Jack: Pres. GOOD CONDITION I The chapel program Wednesday Mexican children Manuel Felix Limit On Number of Guests.
colt, 724 Villa Place Brandon, was the campaign speeches given and Mary Lara.
/ Us. of All Pool Facilities M.
FX. 5-5 CENTRAL ELECTRIC and OAYeur
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Credit It Good 0
FOR SALE: IV acre. $12SO
SEWING MACHINES
down $12,50 per month. Jim
Fowler RO 2-6134 days and RO DOES YOUR SEWING MACHINE!!: CALL
6-1661 nights. 428 NEED SERVICING? We live
ONE DAY Service-90 day guaranteed -
FOR RENT Furnished cabins part for all machine We RO 6.1411

electric kitchens. P. P. Evans, also have rebuilt Singers and Reduced Prices iM1W
Phone 2-3961. 7-24U other new sewing machines. W. + FOR RESERVATIONS

do buttons, buckles, belts and but e
FOR RENT Three room house
ton holes. Free Home Demonstra GEORGE BRYANT, Pool Manager
and sun porch. Newly redecorated. ONTreasure
Beautiful grounds. Nice sec tions. LEWIS THOMPSON 132
Depot Dr., Phone HO l- 237, or to
tion. RO 2-6096 or RO
20178.4Ttf Okeechobee ROdeo l20tiLET'S
2-3221.
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TRADE MOWERS Island
FOR SALE: 2-Bedroom house, JUST CALL ROdeo 34231 today 0, d ON AUTOMOBILE

and lot Low Monthly payments for a FREE demonstration on ?
INSURANCE
Jim Walter Corp. Call ROdeo ft- your lawn. We'll trade on the nW'ti
1601 or write P.O. Box 372, Okee spot. Sizes and prices to fit your
chobee. 3-3tl needs. GILBERT'S \kI i
LOTSLOCATED ,
FOR SALE: 3Vi acrea, $2500 DAVE'S TRADING( CENTER ,
down $25.00 per month. Jim Box KM Okeechcbte

Fowler RO 24134 days and RO Dinette Set ................$3000

-1661 nights. 4-28 Desk ......................S1800 DEEP
ON 70-FT. CANALS IB'/j FT. ,
20" (an ....................18.00 a ;) !
FOR RENT Two Bedroom duplex Refrigerator ................55.00 STREETS. WATER TRANSPORTATION -
ON GOOD HARD
apartment. Refrigeration Baby Bed ............. .....1200DAVK'S It = f
Call RO 6-1901. , ,S-1W i
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DO YOUR SHOPPING FROM YOUR
FOR RENT S bdrm and :I 104Okeechobee

brim houses. Call ROdeo 1-7341 Florida BOAT WHICH YOU CAN DOCK ON YOUR OWN I
4-21U I god'As
Business Service The print costume radiates fashion and
PROPERTY. BEST FRESH WATER FISHING IN flattery in every detail Chanel jacket with flap pocket

SEPTIC TANKS and GREASE trim tops a sleeveless dress midriff soaked above
80 ACRESSALE TRAPS CLEANED and Repaired FLORIDA. hotel pleated skirt. Araer' triacetate jersey . arrives
-Phone Okeechobee RO 14724 or without a wrinkle. Green gold or,blue
or TRADE RO 2-2071. on white., Sizes 8 to 20. much as 30% if you are a careful driver!

Adjoins City of Okee FOR REPAIRS on Frigidalre and 22.98 And, this substantial saving goes right along
Maytag Appliances call GIL
chobee. Fenced with with the efficient service need.
BERT'S RO 2-4231. tI ONLY personal, you

house. Owner very anxious WHITE RIDGE WATER 5 gal. $500 00 High-quality insurance plus the same attentive

to sell. 85c plus deposit. Distilled water DOWN service we give all our policyholders. When

Call or Write 25c gallon plus deposit. PARK you need experienced counseling on your insurance
DRUG CO., Phone RO 23271. t
JACK MORONEY 11.1311! needs help in case of an accident, or

All-State Realty MISCELLANEOUSFREE $30.00 PER MONTH prompt handling of claims-we're on hand to

235 W. 40th Ave. see that you get it. If you want to save moneyon

Ft. Lauderdale GETACQUAINTED OFFER your insurance, and still get personal serve

Telephone LU 3.2551 This ad goo tor one free rid ice, call or write today for full information

421.28, 5-5 to the top of scenic Florida when
accompanied by a paid adult admission REGISTERED R. B. MESERVEAGENT

FOR RENT: Nicely banished 2- .
TOWER
room apartment, by week or by PLACID HODGES SONPHONE
HEREFORD GENERAL INSURANCE
month, on waterfront. Utilities 15 miles south Sebnng. Florida, ANGUS -

furnished. Brown house, Road 78, on Hlghw 27. 4-7tl . AND BONDS .
\ % mile west of Camp OkeeSimmce. FOR SALE: I960 250cc Motor. Phone RO 2.4011
Owner there Saturday and cycle. In top condition. $345. or ROdeo 2.6134 AND BRAHMABULLS
Sunday until noon, or phone RO will trade for car, Call ROdeo
13165 428.Sp 2-4652. 4-28U OKEECHOBEE JEWELERS

FOUND One yearling i In
'I BOATS AND MOTORS . . .. . . . .
Bid Davis pasture Contact Mt.
Davis at RO 6-1173. 505

SPRING BOATING A PHONE CALL WILL BRING US TO YOU. WE'LLBE
SPECIALSAVE Employment
HAPPY TO SHOW YOU THIS PROPERTY.
$275.00 SALESLADY WANTED

Completely new outfit 15 Have opening for aggress

,! ft. fiberglass boat with sive Saleslady to sell FOR SALECALL

steering, hardware, wind Frigldalre, Maytag, etc
shield and cushions. 40 Appliances. Car furnlshac. FREE DINNERWARE!

H.P. Full Electric Mercury Apply Gilbert's or csl

Motor-Starter and RO 24231. FEATURE-LOK DIAMOND RING SETS

Generator complete with Men and Women Needed With- the *,% J''. <<*' \ L 7 DIAMOND PAIR FROM $69.95 up
purchase of .A J:
controls, gas tank and any : : ; ; ;,
Delco Battery. experience Work In ClvQ necessary ServiceNo scam FRIGIDAIRE APPLIANCEin ?:fY<:k: t.tt CHARLIEFREEMAN RADIOS 6 Transistor. . $19.95

List price . $1524.50 ma school education usually tut this ad'r' : COMPLETE WITH EARPHONE AND CASE
Special price . $1249.50f ficlent. Train now for permanent

Okeechobee Trailer job with security. Send name, 24-PIECE SERVICE FOR 6 ."..J.o" + ', ELGIN and BULOVA WATCHES
I It .f:
address phone No. to: National ,
And Resort
Fishing y
Training Service; Box 638 Okee 17 Jewels.$19.95
RO 2-4471 I
chobee. 3-3
55pWANTED
May 5-12-19-26 EXQUISITE ifltnfi-cvt PATTERN
: SALESMAN to sell SAMSONITE LUGGAGEEXTRA

FOR SALE: Boat and Motor. Will hones In a new housing lIbdvl.Ion Lovely enough for "company" diningl! Oven-proof... LITE

accept reasonable offer Call RO In Indlantown. Fine opportunity .- craze-proof. White with turquoise, beige, and black Office RO 2.5 561
for a livewlre. Good commission color WATCH REPAIRINGOKEECHOBEE
| 27165. 4-28tl1 and weekly draw. Apply

f FOR SALE 30 ft. 1966 1 bed- HIGHLAND HOMES office Ind- accents.GILBERT'S I Residence RO 2.5021 JEWELERS

room house trailer. Call ROdeo antown, Friday and Saturday, 10:
2-1230. 5-5.12.19 a. m. to 4 p m. 4-28! Phone RO 2-4231 "",,", '''' -- '', --, -..



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