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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 12, 1961
Publication Date: -1992
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Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 82, no. 91 (Sept. 13, 1992).
General Note: "The voice of the Everglades."
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 6, no. 24 (Jan. 8, 1926).
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Volume 50-Number 38 Okeechobee, Florida, May 12, 1961 Telephones ROdeo 2-3221 and 2-3141 lOe Per Copy

A!..
Peart Godwin brought her

priz .winning Firemen's. Auxiliary

scrapbook to The News office Pearl Godwin
Boat Club Board Funds
Monday morning and aU activities Pledges Bridge

stopped while: the staff and Elected StateChaplain


work a few The customers book contains admired numerous \the ReactivatedFriday To Support Lake Bill tJc' ' el.4t Contract

news stories, pictures, arteles .

: programs and mementos,
all tastefully arr Died. The cov The county commissioners have
AwardedThe
er, of highly finished plywood, Church ServiceAt pledged financial support to a t

contains a relief map of \the state ? A + legislative, committee in an effort .
Florida designed and made t to prove that the division of
of Reorganization of the Okee r I s. Fort Drum Board of County Commissioners
by :Mrs Godwin. She also gent 1 Lake Okeechobee between bordering -
chobee Boat dub was establishedby had a ratter light docketat
The Community
newly organized/
counties would not be detrimental
the following:] note to The Okee-
a meeting of prospective mem Methodist Church at Fort \the meeting Tuesday morning
to bond
road
chobee News: bers at the Court House Friday Drum will meet Sunday afternoonat programs A good portion of the time was)
"Dear Monte: Just a few wordsof throughout the state as claimedby
night. The reactivating of the 2 o'clock at the Fort Drum spent on the discussion of various
for an opposition from
all the articles group
appreciation ...
club with enthusiasm county problems.
was greeted shed to
cemetery organize regular
printed concerning the Firemen's Palm Beach county. ,
you -tI!""' :- Richard Sudbrock appeared before
by the fifteen some new,, Sunday School classes for all 1
The bill drawn for the division .
Auxiliary during the past !. ,
T:!
some member of the club, pres. r r age groups and to begin regular ," _. !>. r the board in an effort to
? voted
Without them we could not s was down by the committee ,
,
jear. eat all of whom pledged men preaching services at 2 o'clock. 1""; !, get three miles of road built
have won first prize for the best handling it, last week. It has
from US 441 to the east county
bership Each one present knewof Beginning! Mothers' after
crapbook in the state contest. Day now been referred to another legislative GONE TO TIlE DOGS Saturday was the day that line in the northern end of the
two or three persons who wishto noon at 2 o'clock at the Fort
Ve are indeed grateful for all committee Frank Platt innoculated the dogs In front of
join the club but were unableto Drum cemetery shed there will The Dr. county. The road, he says, will

your help. attend the meeting. 'LW i4 kAIh be Sunday School every Sunday county to spend board county voted funds unanimously in- the city hall for rabies. Shown is Sanky Strickland, connect to the portion planned by

There were about 83 membersin afternoon at 2 o'clock for all agegroups an effort to force the bill his helper Mose and Dr. Platt injecting a shot into Indian River County and will open
the old club when it died from a vast area to development.
in
the community and Its one of Strickland's favorite dogs.
Mr. and :Mrs Maurice Van through. approval by the legislature
Members of the board made en
lack of attendance about two preaching: .t o'clock two Sunday
VaUcenberg (Van end June), who years ego Wilbarn Lawson, who Fire Chief and Mrs. Olen Godwin l afternoons per month, either on will mean about $27,000 I inspection of the proposed rightof

worked on The Okeecfobee News was treasurer reported that thereis attended the State Firemen'sAssociation second and fourth Sundays or on per for year the ]in secondary It is the road funds Okeechobee 'Chobee Wins way last month The right of
county. contention
five years ago, were here Saturday belongs now to Sudbrock and
a balance of $424.28 in the club and Auxiliary Con first and third Sundays as the way
for a visit They live in Michigan end other property, not used. The vention in Dclray Beach on May congregation may decide at the of the supporters Palm Beach of the bill that First Place In one other person and can be

but spend their inters in club will 4, S and 6. services even county secondary easily obtained, Sudbrock said
new profit by experience Sunday ,
Florida( They're both retired, but of the old, and indications Mrs. Godwin, who has servedas The pastor and members of road program will not be Leads State State ContestThe The board voted to contact Indian -

being newspaper people! they are that it will be a much strong.er state president of the auxiliary the church in Fort Drum have !seriously of the hampered bill by the passing local Firemen's Auxiliary River Co. on their plans for

have the habit of working, so organIzation for the pest year, conducted Invited all the people of the Fort walked off with first place honors the road before taking action

they work during the winter, this The meeting was called to order ell sessions of the auxiliary She Drum community to attend Sun Rep. Alan Markham of Okee- and a $10 check for their Ray Rowland, who owns a

past winter at Halnes City Both by Leonard Berger, Commodore spear-headed the first Mate-wlde day bchool and church services. chobee Martin county and Rep. Bill Scottof In GrowthWhile scrap book entered in the state piece of land between US 441 and

expressed amazement at the five- at the cessation of the 'Miss Flame" contest which wasa Meetings will be held at the county, co-sponsors of contest held annually the dike, south! of Okeechobee, requested
the bill had it for introduction
ready -
year growth of Okeechobee. They old club activities. He explainedthe success, and has become an anrual cemetery temporarily until a most of Florida showed The book was compiled by the information from the
two but held it a
were given a tour of the city and years ago up board State Road Department
affair.At church be erected. publicity chairman Pearl Godwin. on
value of a Boat Club in an building can
decline In business '
the that the Palm during April
the new homes and business open discussion: pointing out the annual election of officers Plans are under way for a suitable on promise Theme of the book was "Foot plans for four-waning US 441; He
Beach commissioners would meet as compared to a year j ago,
houses were pointed out with that it is beneficial not only as Mrs. Godwin was elected church to be erected in the Okeechobee's prints in the Sands of Time,' covering contends that be Is unable to sell
pride. Oh, Old Ink Spots fe- with representatives of the affected booming economyas to build
yes lots along the highway or
a social and recreational state chaplain for the coming next few weeks. kist year. The cover featured
group,, shown by the state sales tax
counties to work out a
nagled around that Van compromise revealed. He
so paid until the
of Florida with footprints plans are
and will
with planned cruises, camp-outs,, year serve on the election a map
The meeting was later refused -report by State Comptroller RayE.
the luncheon check at Sierra Res said the board refused to recorda
board for both the auxiliary in each place Mrs Godwin
parties and dances, and water .
I 2 Crashes by the Palm Beach board Green Okeechobee' sales
taurant. and the death benefit fund ; visited during the :year for district plat of the ground two years
sports, but has an active part in It is understandable why Palm were about 10 per cent higher
Chief Godwin was delegate meetings, installation of officers ago because US 441 was to be
boating education and has Same Place month
safety, Beach county wants to hang onto than a year ago the same
from the local department and I forming new auxiliaries, widened within a year He'was
If you are one who questions strong legislative Influence and the lush plum, the commissioners and were some two per cent
board bad
told that Ute county
a source of recreation to the served on the credentials convrruttee. Monday NightA above the month. and so forth.Okeechobee.
the value of newspapers, this deflation said, Palm Beach county standsto previous won over such no knowledge of the State road
younger people, who without it, lose about in second
written $110,000
slxyooroldr1rl
by a might seek less tomato truck went into a The state collected $11,86949, in places as Daytona Beach, Tampa department plans, but would contact *
should healthy past. road funds. Meanwhile they
get you straightenedout ditch Okeechobee ary sales tax for: April 1961 as compared etc. The local auxiliary tied for the divisional office in Fort
times Monday night on
authorities from the other
right quick."Newspapers.. expect to $10,769 in I960. first place in 1959 and took second Lauderdale for information.
We need them so A well organized:: boat club also Mrs. Roland Road with damages estimated counties to police\ the lake and in In 1960 P. A. Wright appeared to protest -

we can know who reks and who does much to make waters safe at $4,000 and before the wreckage the event of a drowning or accident Gasoline sales showed an even destruction of entrance posts)

drownds and who shoots some- for navigation, chart safe courses could be cleared another accident to assume responsibility greater increase During April of along his property. County attorney

body And. tUx wanda .a bouf Bad male. visiting boatersA.awiw.h. Dead At., 84. .'.-occurred,.,.. at- the atjne 1 Sheriff I .J. C. I McPheraon raid It IbIs yeattfce state ccdlae M V Attends 'MeetIn Bill Hoodry told him that s..
.r- ...a6. *M*-or-grt m beDy X: yaedr ,-wotrttf ptac I Is a tong haul from Palm Beach I 04506 gasoline. taxes, teat year, should lave beta I to-
tells if your dog is lost. They are ute much to the better boating Grady Royalls, Dundas ,Ct., in I to Okeechobee, or to the north (28,37590.A Ft. Pierce dueled everytUnc in die ar xaLeeL. H. prom

good: on shelves' and to make and camping! facilities, and welda Mrs. Anna Victoria Roland' 84, Fort Pierce was driver of the ,end of the lake and would cause report by Green Mid that I lied to check on the matter.

bond fires. They also do good un community into a strong social died at her home on Second St., tomato truck that went out of considerable expense to transport statewide business would: be down I Local teacher members attended Road Commissioner we* !instructed

der a baby's plate and to keep group. Indiantown, Tuesday after an extended control entering a curve and a coroner's Jury or sheriffs considerably for the first six I the Tau Chapter Delta Kapp to place] m in one of the

dogs offa things. You can wrap Many ideas to make or eliminate illness. landed upside down in a ditch. department to that portion of months of 1961 over 1960. He said Gamma at Fort Pierce Saturday, Islands on Parrott Avenue in the

potato peelings in em You can water hazards, by the club, She had been a resident of Losses included 260 boxes Pierce of tomatoes what is now Palm Beach county, that some improvement was being May 6 at the Riveria Restaurant north end of town. The state road

put one when you defrost. They were discussed. No definite plans Indiantown for the past 36 years. headed for a Fort according to officials. shown in sales, in some sec Mrs. Maudie Cook, state president department had been previously

tell about shows end now much for cruises or outings were made, She was a member of Dunklin packing with house.failure Royalls to have was his tions as much as 10 per cent. gave the principal address contacted but refused to do the

things are" merely that they would start Memorial Baptist Church of In charged vehicle under control Gasoline tax collections state and spoke on the subject "Ideals work, according to Jade Rauler

soon :Many with their local boaters continued diantown. A few minutes !later. at 11:OS, Local Man wide had a greater percentagegain Are As Stars," and she gave Interesting son, 'who made the request
cruising and than other items. This, too, pointers for teachers to Hendry was Instructed
: County Attorney
Sunday is Mother's Day and Survivors Include four daughters John Oliveof Dunellon approached -
camping activities after the old Hurt In CrashSidney was shown in Okeechobee county. use in leading students towarda to contact the state road
the thought comes naturally of club became Inactive Mrs. Watson Lawrence and the accident site and
the old grey-haired lady sittingby and were Mrs. Hilton McLaughlin, both of applied his brakes. Behind him Generally, Green's report was better way of life. partment for traffic signs In
able to offer valuable.
Information of Okeechobeeage optimistic, the firmest report for the The
John Ross in city
congested areas
the fireside busy with her Indiantown; Mrs Joe Simmonsof came Robert Franklin of Okee-
on navigable waters and 44 injured when he lost the year. He said, however, that board also asked Claude Gardner
was
knitting. That's the picture! but Sites.Temporary. Stuart and Mrs C. L. Pol chobee who was not able to stop
camp consciousness at the wheel as I state building was way down, Revival To Start chairman of the City Council -
,
It'. not true with old Ink Spots' lock of Immokalee. before he rammed the rear of OlIver's -
officers were elec. he was diving east on Road 70 that the state generally overbuilt to replace the stop aden at
mother: She's not a sitter, nor a car
ted An election of permanent of. Also four sons, Ira of LaBeUe; OIiv.er' near the overpast at the edge of so far as houses are concerned Sunday At 7th 8th street and Okeechobee street
knitter. For more than 50 years8I1e' There was no damage to
ficers of Clewiston William Del-
will Percy
be held
the second : This is not true in Okeechobee.
about 1:20 Monday with caution signal and to move
town : m a
estimated p
been a mother and a good vehicle. Officers
in Beach and of Indian- Church
Thursday July Meeting datesof ray Wiley Rental properties are promptly. Day at
many of those years were devot Franklin's at $100, and charged The car, a 1959 Ford, veered off the stop sign to the Junction
the club were set for the town; two sisters Mrs Josephine snatched and builders
sec report
ed to the grueling ordeal of raising him also with failure to have his the road on the right side, knock. up the new county barn.
ond and fourth of Fort Pierce and Mrs. .
Thursday of each Driggers orders for new homes.
six She worked vehicle under control.Athletic big down five guard posts anda many Chairman John Pearce an
younguns. month, at 70 p m. Officers elected Bessie Milliard! of Brooksville ,, ar. ," for
I' ia"d first money
( the
right! along side our father, many Arid stop sign. It continued 173 feet ." j tlrs nounced that
two brothers Ran Smithof
times In the fields. She milked were Leonard Berger, out of control before It came to the new hospital, a check for
ten cows morning and night. She Commodore; Buddy Belk, vice Brooksville and Rob Smith of Banquet a stop Ross suffered fracturedribs State Refuses $42,000 had been received by tile

baked, cooked, washed in a wash Commodore and Wilburn Lawson, Immokalee; 19 grandchildren and Held and bruises He waS taken to ,, ,, 1'a' county.
MondayThe Claim "
who will act as both Yoeman and 14 greatgrandchildren.Funeral Damage '. ,' ,,1 motion passed authorizing -
tub and hung 'em on the liner the Louisiana Raulerson Hospital , ,I> A was
She planted and hoed and dug Paymaster, until election of permanent services are being ar annual Rotary banquet for treatment ,d'' ,! a trip to Tallahassee by Julia
officers. ranged by Johns Funeral Home honoring Okeedhobee High School A claim presented to the legis- \ I Pearce the Lake bill
But she also found time to tie up Damage to the car was estimated on
toes to comb hair and kiss Board of Directors are, in ad. and will be held In Dunklin Memorial athletes was held Monday night at MOOO, according to Patrolman lature by Rep. Allen Markham in . ...- A discussion was made on the

sore tears., She played baseball, dittos to the officers: BiU Ford,, Church Wednesday at with a large crowd in attend D H. Dufore investigating behaU of A. G. Cantrell, Okeecho- f'Jt, ,.I-; '1'I size of tank to be used on the

away flew kites and fished She taughtus Munroe Thomas and O S Jef rics,. 2:30: p.m. with the Rev. Mickey ance. Coach Ray Morris was the officer No charges were made. bee, was refused Friday, May 5. : 4.'::.d new fire truck. A suggestion to
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right from wrong. And as wecerne The next meeting will be Thurs Evans pastor, officiating. Burial speaker and special recognitionwas The examining doctor verified The claim was for damage caused advertise for a tank, made by Hiram

along in the world she was day, May 25, 7:30: p.m in the will follow in Port Mayaca ceme- given to the athletes who engaged passed out while driving, Dufore by the burning of a store and '. Raulerson, was vetoed until

Interested and helpful Commissioners Room at the tery. in Okeechobee's four maJor saId residence building belonging to k can be determined how largea

just with as our careers as she was in Court House At that time dues sports, football, basketball Cantrell by boys from the Florida I",0 ] tank the truck will carry.
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our schooL work. The old gal will be paid, and plans made for Firemen baseball and track. Cheerleaders School for Boys at Okee 'r"'i'I'I ":. .. The board voted to start condemnation

hasn't changed in more than 80years. cruises and other club activites. also were honored. State Beverage chobee. : , ." t1: ,f proceedings for a road

Morris, in introducing his boys I I ' .,. j' right of across property belonging -
She's recovering from a FundrRaising The building was completely .: l' , way
broken leg now, but when we dibbers PicnicTo gave a resume of the activities of Office ChangedEffective destroyed by fire in early morning I" 1/ '" t. ," ,' :, ;rijJ to Mr. and Mrs. Julias

went home last evening she was Plan UnderwayThe each athlete and was highly com. hours March 23, 1960. It was \ !: l 1f 1/ of Boynton Beach. The road is

peeling potatoes. She doesn't Be May 26 local Firemen's Auxiliary plimentary to the group as a Monday the state discovered about 4:30 a. m by ., J\/\ to be a feeder road from the old

have to do things like that, she The Cub Scout annual family members are cosponsoring! the whole. Each member of the beverage department headquarters OantreU who lived in an apartment to the new Potter Road.
wants to help. So, on Moth coaching staff and Principal Curtis for Okeechobee will be in above the Economy Clothing Chairman John Pearce announced
Just picnic, and the last pack meetingof fund raising drive for equipmentfor The Seventh Day Adventist
ers' Day, we salute you, Maw. the year, wll !Ibe held Friday the fire department Woodall presented awards. West Palm Beach. Previously it store, belonging to him and Church of Okeechobee, is holdIng that contract for the
had been in Lakeland. J. E Little bridge on the cemetery: road had
housed in the burned building.
I 26 At the close of the fundraising
evening, May at the swimming a week of special meetings to
district supervisor, in Okee .1 been awarded in Tallahassee
pool. The evenings events dries on Saturday, June CountCourt chobee Monday said the offices Two boys from the school were beginning! Sunday night, May 14 Cleary Bros Construction Co of
Received a free book in the are to begin at 5:30 with the 3 at the band shell in the ,
: park, 7:30 The
are located at 2945 Australian picked up by Sheriff J. C. Me- i at : p. m. speaker will be West Palm! Beach, for $S9tl0.e3.
mail and the publishers asked picnic supper Following the supper a black angus heifer will be given In county court Monday, Rosa Avenue in West Palm Beach. Pherson a short time after the Elder Charles Cress, pastor of The county recently deeded the

that we read it and send them the pinewood derby race away Tickets for the event may Tuff plead guilty to fishing with All business pertaining to the discovery of the fire and admit' the Seventh Ray Ad v e nit. t right of way on the road to'Uie
two copies of our book review. will be held. Awards will be presented be obtained by making a donation out a license and was fined $1 such obtaining ted starting the blaze about J Church in Bradenton. Elder Cress state.
beverage industry as -
Now since our book review could and a swimming party to any fireman or auxiliary or one day in Jail licenses transfers and a. m. Occupants of other apartments has been pastor of the Seventh
rot be favorable we'll not write will climax the evening. member. John T Smith did not appearon Day Adventist Church of Brad-
warned in
the like will be transacted in the were time to escape
story, "The Hunted", a no drivers' license charge County Help
one. The r new location.. Directions for finding without injury. Cantrell said eaten for the past three years;
written by Dr. William E. Emerson His $SO bond was forfeited. the office may be obtained he lost about $25,000 in stock that prior to that he worked in the Will AttendCD
is M>posed to be a novel of Arthur N. House, no drivers' insurance Carolina and Tennessee.
from Athleon Alderman, tax collector was not Insured Only $10,000
Florida,, but apparently Dr. Emerson license! case continued Little said was carried on the build Space travel has been In the School

knows little about the r Pedra Juan Santago plead gull- ing. The loss was considerably in news for some time, and has be-

state Ha you-alls (not y'all) the to an an affray and was fined $2S excess of that amount. come intensified since the historical Sheriff Jack McPherson suggested

reader about to death. He starts e MA or ten days.Theodore, flights' into outer space of that the Board of County

off with a boy running away to R. Washington plead EpiscopaliansMeet He said that although the boys Major Yari Gagarin of Russia; Commissioners have county paid

search for his missing father, guilty to a drunk charge and was were absent from the school at and Commander Allen P. Shepard employees attend the atomic and

who reputedly has fled to the Everglades fined $25 or ten days. In Orlando 3 a. m. the claim was termed un- of the United States. With civil defense school currently being

after allegedly murdering Those who were charged with favorable, due to insufficient evidence this! in mind, the first meeting on held by Bobble Lamb at the

a man. In a poorly worded, unlawful speed and forfeited a The 39th Convention of the connecting responsibility Sunday night will be of special school house, every Tuesday

boring manner be follows the boy $35 bond were: Jack Lee Delegal, Eplscopo. Diocese of South FlorIda for the act of arson with the interest to &. night The sheriffs departmentare

through a series of adventures, John Iv!, Crabtree, Quenton W. met in Orlando May 2-4 with school. Sunday, May 14, 7;30 p. m attending and have completed

putting him! in Jail two or three xN + I.ambert, Lemuel E. Grlce, Moses more than 300 lay delegates and "Your Space flight! .. I When one course McPherson said.

tImes on trumped-up charges, finally t + i F. Thomas, Kenneth L Shelly] 200 clergy in attendance. At the Jesus Comes";; Monday, "Fallout The County Board is a part of

makes him out as a tWef I r Bob F. Shaw. same time the annual meeting of NEW YORK GUESTSMr. I Over Calvary"; Tuesday, "Death of \the City Council that city em-

and despoiler of womanhood and Daphine M. McKenzie plead the Episcopal Churchwomen was and Mrs. Lionel Lane of -Where Do We Go From Here?" ; county paid employees are re.

accomplice in murder of a young ' guilty to unlawful speed and held with delegates '-om the 183 Catskills, New York are visiting Wednesday, "Spiritism And Its quired by law to perform In civil

woman bAI has. seduced. Every S'n A was fined $25 or ten days in jail missions and parishes of the Diocese with Mr. and Mrs. R B. Me- Spirit"? Thursday, "Adams Mothers defense as directed by the coun-

little bit the boy searches for his Jesse J. Williams, failure to I, : Joining together to make serve. Mr. Lane and Mr. Meserve I Birthday?"; Friday, "WhenNo I cil. Commissioner L. E. Herbert

father again, that is when he's display warning signal, $35 bond this the largest convention in the are life long friends having attended Man Can Buy or Sell"; Saturday pointed out. He made a motion

not after an Indian maiden or THE BIG ONE DIDN'T GET AWAY Fishing up forfeited history of the Diocese !toe tame school and being 11 a. m, "Why I Am i seconded by Robinson and passedby

tome other girl, black or white. the river on Saturday, Eugene Harvey, Emerson Harry B. Ship plead guilty to The Right Rev. Henry I. Lou- next door neighbors in St. What I Am". I the board, that county em-

We believe Dr. Emerson, who is Moore and Shorty Boyd managed a sizeable stringof being drunk and was fined $25 ttit, D.D Bishop of the Diocese Augustine The Lanes have never The public Is invited to come pioyees be Instructed to attend

a physician and surgeon: should fish. The lOVi pound bass that Shorty Is holdingwas or ten days presided over the sessions which ben to Florida since leaving St. and enjoy the old-tune singing the school. The city approved >si

tide to his treating the ill and J. B, Brown plead guilty to being were held in the great hall of Augustine in 1910 and they are and reading from the Bible what suggestion at the last meetingof

leave fiction writing more accompilahed the largest of the haul, but there were several drunk and was fined $23 or the Cathedral of St. Luke in Or cow! making a tour of several the Scriptures have to say about the City Council that city employees

persons. other good bass. tea day in jail lando. southern states. these timely! subjects. attend the IChool.Iy' .


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2 Okeechobee News, Friday, May 12, 1961 constant contact with the earth Indian [' position with the government lag Program: of the Bureau of He works with the adult teacheron Honor
, and the words I I RagsclaleAt I
received
at I Indian Affairs She
took
FRED SMITH class of 1939, the the Brighton and Big Cypress
the communications center . Succeed for i. while and then en- complete secretarial course of 18' Reservations, assisting him with Fla. Southern
The Okeechobee NewsEntered while Shepard was far Into the months and finished In
:! Campbellsville! cor' ge,1 Febru the teaching of non-English
as Second Class \Matter July 1.1911. at the Post Office In skies "reaches ,were , "Cloud Kentucky, in the I nry. i960. Since graduation Agnes speaking adults. Joe says that Denny Ragsdiale of Okeechobee
Okeechobee. Florida. Under Act of March over Florida obscured thl'ou hII4Itteras has been employed by the Seminole he hopes to to In
8.1879 of I960, and! completed return college
.. ____I , Can See Okeecho Seminole Indian has been cited by the chemistry(
.. semester of work there. Dur Tribe of Florida in their the fall of 1901.-Reprinted from
Price (In advance) I
Subscription per year $3 00 bee. . School have I department of Florida Southern
Two Years, $5,00; Six Months, $2,00. Shorter periods not accepted. the summer of 1910; he worked Credit Office where she assists Boots and Saddles OIlS school!
I success In many with bookkeeping for College at Lakeland for his out
the Cattle
summer of 1960 he waked paper ,
LAUONTEII MOORE Publisher and work, I standing academic record this
EMMALENE B. MOORE! Advertising Manager I a Phillips 66 Service Station' Program Art and Crafts Cen
And so the name of Okeecho tlon received Okeechobee and enrolled at I ter and Indian Village KEEP LOOKING year.

PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY AT OKEECIIOBEE. FLORIDA bee has spread . It has been Hum D Boehmer, River Juncr: Co'icge I in COLEMAN JOSH, class of 1958, Watch not only the car directlyIn lIe and 12 other students received ..
Published dud Printed In Okeechobee County Florida Heart of monileied In many foreign nations Lion principal! fall Fred Is attending col. attended Oklahoma City Universl. front of you but also the car the Epsilon Sigma honor
the Florida Dairy Country and Cattle Industry, with the Best Bass . and no doubt has been EDDIE SHORE under a scholarship furnish. ty in 1959 and 1960. While home I'ahead of that one. Bottleneckscan certificate! issued by the campus
-- -----Fishing----in the World heard behind the Iron Curtain of 1960, enrolled by the Florida federation of on vacation he was offered a be spotted sooner allowingyou affiliate of the American! Chemical
. , Castroland and other dims Agricultural Cuba'! and: a Federal position :In the Bureau of Indian more time for braking and Society, for maintaining a
knew and I talked about Okee Red Countries and they I occo, Oklahoma. from. the Bureau of Indian Affairs in Washington.:: He en also giving the man behind more B-plus average or better in all
,
MORE 1 chobee know now that Okeechobee Is a 1960 with the His objective is to get a tered service as a messengerbut warning I chemistry courses.A .
I i land of Freedom j training In heavy : in agriculture. was soon promoted to a clerk. sophomore he Is the son of
ABOUTNOTHING I eration. Eddie JIMMY OSCEOLA class of typist position. Coleman likes Jordan Oliver Is in his ninth Rev. V. J. Ragsdale, Okeecho
The dairy industry heard of BIRTHDAY IN happy at enrolled at Chilocco Indian living in Washington and has season as Yale football coach. bee.YOUR.
. HOSPITAL working with heavy
I Okeechobee and they movedto
l'lc\1tural School in the fall been attending night school to
the county where the lush Sunday. May 7, was the birthday EDNA: JOHNS 1939 as a post graduate stu brush up on his business train. I
By KREWKHUTT i!green grasses grew along the lake anniversary of John Ferguson 1959 Immediately
shore . and the dairymen a patient In the local hospital for Dr. Bruce and Is studying heavy equip ing.JOE
Some sixty or more years ago bee operation. lie will com I DAN OSCEOLA, a grad.
I as
spread the word far and lie received cards
the city of Okeechobee was established numerous rapher position his work this spring after uate of 1957 completed three APPAOYED SERVICEHEADQUARTERS
near of the wonders of Okeechobee and letters and remembrancesfrom a I
, at that time there friends and Edna )likes on-the-job training in To. years of work at Georgetown SERVICE
both
were few buildings . but a here relatives office and her Kansas, College, Georgetown Kentucky,
and
Mr. and
Mrs.
hearty head of pioneers who I away. cellent. AGNES JOHNS, a graduate of but did not return for the I960-
Charles Welch and daughters of
had the thought in mind to make GENEVA: ; attended Barnard Business 61 term. At present he la employed -
Then came the military installations I Lake Worth and Nikki Sue Ran- I' For topnotch service on
this one of the foremost citiesin in Fort Lauderdale un by the Bureau of Indian
entered Haskell
) on the coasts . the dif : kin of West Palm Beach were
the South. Kansas tho Adult Vocational Train- Affairs as an instructional aled Briggs & Stratton engines
ferent army bases . naval here to visit their father and rence as
installations . and of course grandfather on his birthday. ate student In I

Cape Canaveral . . . all em Department In \ pLlnlw4
The town prospered . and the She Is now In
businesses grew . and in 1923 ployees Okeechobee heard .of. the and wondersof still the LONG COAST LINE and will graduate ABSOUTELY NEW NO SUCH OFFER HA e. fi.lnMdualu Mtdtn Sk. en

a large hotel was built that word spread The Soviet Union touches 12' Last summer, EVER BEEN MADE IN FLORIDA ON SUCH Mr PricK
added much to the city . and other nations yet its seacoastsare Geneva was
the fame of Okeechobee spread longer than Its land frontiers.The ltzena Bank of BEAUTIFUL ACREAGE. CLOSE TO CITY ON U.S.
. and people discovered that I' At she Is
country's longest coast 16- present
Then came Friday', May 3, 1961 Your LawnmowerTo
at its host ALREADY PLATTED AND LOT LINES Bring
fishing was . and the name of Okeechobeewas 000 miles-borders the Arctic preparatory to 441.

spread Into outer space , Ocean. Civil Service MARKED. ROADS ALREADY BUILT. ELECTRIC. Us For A Check Up.
from the voice of the first astro ., .
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As the fishermen came from naut to enter space from a free ITY AVAILABLE. GILBERT'SPhone
far and near , the word spread; world
. , and Okeechobee was known RO 2-4231
from coast to coast , and In LAND
sense foreign ports . and the
1 ACRESNOW
As Alan B hurtling W
Shepard was
name grew . and the people JIM WALTER
through space . he was in

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OF On All Homes I IoiHr
TOP THE STAIRS" "FLAMING STAR"In
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TUESDAY, WEDNESDAYand I JOHN MclNTIRE payments In history! you've been waiting for that promisedraise
THURSDAY, MAY U II before you buy . WAIT NO LONGER! Buying a Jim
"STRANGERS WHEN : Walter Home Is like getting a raise in pay right now.

WE MEET" j i WEDNESDAY THURSDAY .
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Legal NoticesNOTICE olden Circle DuFore, Charles Whitfield, Frank 'Okt.cheb.. News, Friday, May 12, 1961 Page 3 I

lass MeetsThe in Finely Creach, Bannon, William Williams S. Mobley, Frank., Joe CLIP THIS AD! IT'S WORTH MONEY TO YOU! .,

ADVERTISEMENT FOR BIDS Butner, LeRoy Collins and Ever '
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN Golden Circle Sunday I ett Cone. 1 COME TO FRIGIDAIRE oJ ;
that sealed bids will be receivedby hool class of the First Baptist i r D.1MrsofSMETYty ,, '
UM Board of Public Instruction hush held Us monthly meeting BEST BUY HEADQUARTERS
for Okeechobee: County, Florida ay 2 at the home of Mrs. Le Womans Club
at the office of the Superintendent ay Collins at the Red Ttop CA/Ol/AIIE .ee..a..a.a.. FOR A GENUINE DISH MOBILE ]
of Public Instruction, airy. Installs Officers NG0V&7X4 lJIRstOIl J
ONLY .'34.00 WITH THIS COUPON ADI 1 j"Here's
wfu.ai.awwTM& /
Okeechobee: County Courthouse, Mrs Joe Butner gave a very i Newly-eJected officers of the
Okeechobee, Florida, up to 10:00 Meresting devotion program en- Woman's Club were installed In / OUlV NKTOHAt PROGRAM H *:RlMa t W3MO4+ R WORK ,I
A. M. Friday, May 19, 1961, for tiled "Throng God, Possible". a ceremony at the Sierra Restaurant JL iM TAAFfIC SAY INLL BE 1fY..1l.A
all materials and labor necessaryfor Th class president, Mrs. Bran- Wednesday noon. 10 1tARSC4D IIJ lSbh ITStWr$:' : WARDS Bw store whr you Jet mora _
..and
the construction of 1961 Addition Ion Williams president presid-- Officers Installed were: Bea TATI w.4!BEEtJ I YNIZED hD REM/hRXD 1aR DfshmoblU-ftfl saw..00 tulsb I|jemilra notiU Frtgfdalu dun- n
to Okeechobee: County r 1 over the business meeting Arrants, president; Paula WU1U t'J' fwamiNS! AI-bSra:i wfwwi reojecrc,SUCH AS: I'm Gilbert wISher with top-of-tnt-flM features! '
Schools, Okeechobee, Florida. A prayer list for the month ofay ams, first vice president; Gloria -TOO* BMT mvrUDDY Regularly $000.M.ThHcialpric: Is ,
Plans and specification are on I was chosen and Mrs. LeRoy Ford, second vice\ president; Eva : DONT for this week only." (
file in the office of the Board of iiUlns was appointed to act as Mae Williams, parliamentarian; 3
Public Instruction for Okeechobee >responding secretary; Mrs. Hazel Williams, recording secretary :. WgLK
County at Okeechobee, Florida; ranklln Creach was elected topep and Derethea Yoemans, '
at the office of Starratt & Asklof, the crap book and Mrs. treasurer .>, .. YOUR BEST BUY BECAUSE... '
<
Architects 605 North 7th Street, tIe Butner was appointed to havee )
JFoj! fierce I Florida; at the devotional for the remaining FLOYD LYNN SMITH ;.,...- 000 M : sr s va aa t t.s.Ma.t e as..uln wt ae. a v.e s.t a an..dar e.+e.tiler drat ,e, ,
Sunday School year.A Mr. and Mrs .Jimmy Smithare
IN GRATITUDE committee was appointed to parents of an 8 ]ib. 3 oz. son f driveNdacatioS : p ?striansYfecTY .eilltr-Malt ra tt aor..nf.an..o.na huAhl., tat You utY tit ha.t atns.Ya R.cl t II//Il IN4hM1 I
+ ..... 11 k.df.t a
.
We wish to express our gratitude plan another party for the bom last Thursday at a Sebrlng . tlon-hh a1Nta yoe aaf0 Yo.tit ILpl..o.a 6aep
f to our friends for your klndnesi month hospital. The boy was named .. ". 09 mow pn block fop
and for your thoughtful Refreshments of sandwiches, Floyd Lynn Mrs Smith's mother, a'aafhNaGI-&i pey43eewrC-
prayers during our recent be- potato chips, chocolate pie, tea Mrs. George Hicks, stayed wth : i oFgigldaire
reavement.The Family of David and coffee was served to Mes- her during her stay In the hospital lW' . .w BEST BUY DAYS at *
W. Cassel. dames G. E. Bryant, DeWayne there. ,-


4 GILBERT'SDEPENDABILITY
sqfetycttrncs
fr; ", SUNDAY IS MOTHER'S DAY
cItildren
Jot! lettertraQklegislation :fir '
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TopWinnei sa osalnNClstloNDSamaI A

ML Buy Her A BUICKYES 4bCA6DRR1lENfOt0144.6Af11Ccf,6R ./ FM17 PTd/
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THE IDEAL GIFT FOR MOTHER IS A NEW BUICK. 4t a.wlttdANaC 1 AmZr.CAKJL.:; ,................................,
q vi winlEll42Fes ( .
i SUMMER IS UPON US, AND THINK OF THE FUN SHE CAN 41KAGD ILL.,RR PEpJL9,

HAVE WITH A NEW CAR, MOTHER CAN WASH UP THE
I QereMAtrIves ert5.OLo Mf0O5f;
KIDS, PACK A PICNIC LUNCH, DIG A LITTLE BAIT, AND
"'!
YOU'RE OFF TO GIVE HER A GOOD TIME. WITH HER
e CAMPBELL REALTY HAS BUT ONE COMMODITY TO SELL -

NEW BUICK YOU NEED NO LONGER BE ASHAMED TO Lincoln Jr. Jean
Shepard
REAL ESTATE.WE SELL ALL KINDS AND NO DEAL IS TOO LARGEOR

DRIVE TO WORK, OR MOTHER CAN TAKE THE KIDS TO College To Circle Meets
TOO SMALL FOR THE PERSONAL ATTENTION OF A LICENSED

SCHOOL IN CLASS. Offer Courses The Jean Shepherd Circle of J BROKER.
the First Baptist Church met on
During the 1961 summer session Tuesday afternoon with Mrs. J.
Lincoln Junior College will 0. Pearce, Sr Mrs Sam Davis
offer courses which will meet the the devotional and Mrs.
gave
SO, BUY MOTHER A NEW
BUICK
TODAY FOR MOTHER'S
needs of In service teachers and Pearce, chairman, presided at
DAY. REMEMBER I college students. Credits earned the business session.Refreshments .
SHE HAS TO
GET UP MONDAY AND
by the teachers will be acceptedby were served to e WE HAVE NUMEROUS LISTINGS AND CAN OFFER FOR SALE ANY
DO A BIG LAUNDRY. the State Department of Education
Mesdames Sue Sigmund, Ernest TYPE OF REAL ESTATE IN THE AREA, LARGE ACREAGE, SMALL
for the extension of -
certificates
Evans, C. R. Bibb, B. H. :Moon,
or the addition of sub Francis Harper, Dave Coker, Me- ACREAGE, HOMES, COMMERCIAL SITES, BUILDING LOTS, BUSI.
jects to the certificates. College rida Raulerson, Irvin Register
students can earn additional credits Merle Lamb, Lon Stewart, Bet NESSES, WATERFRONT PROPERTY, GROVES, OR LAND SUITED
or remove failures acquired Potter, Susie Goddard, Mrs. Davit .
during the regular school term. and Mrs Pearce.OKEECHOBEB FOR GROVES. WHATEVER YOUR NEEDS, WE HAVE THEM.
The school will operate daily
'. .. m. Evening .
from 8 m. to p. ..
classes will be scheduled accord- CIGARETTETAX ,
"PORE'S INC. Ing to needs.Registration. TOPS $4,000 MARK : ie
will take place on
June 8 and 9. The summer school Okeechobee: came up, for the
, BROKERS COME AND BROKERS GO, BUT CAMPBELL REALTY,
TELEPHONE RO 6.1271 classes will begin on June 12. month of March, with probably
There will be no registration after the highest cigarette tax ever WHICH HAS BEEN IN YOUR SERVICE IN THE SAME LOCATIONFOR
ACROSS FROM JOE'S ON PARROTT AVENUE this date.Interested paid in the city. Our share of
persons should con the $2292,86915 paid to qaulified YEARS, CONTINUES ON TO SERVE YOU TO THE BEST OF
tact Dean E. E. King or President municipalities, was $404306, according
JUST ASK FOR OLD TOM Leroy C. Floyd Immediately to a report by Thomas E OUR ABILITY.CHARLES.
i so that the schedule can be arranged Lee, director of the State Beverage
Department.Tax .
collected by neighboringtowns
was as follows: Arcadia,
LINDA DARLYNE HOLCOMB $301708. Avon Park $5049.96,
I Belle Glade, $842263, Clewkton,
Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Hoi- $3,263.04, Fort Pierce: $2228729, M. CAMPBELL
comb have announced the birthof Kissimmee. $7,026.25, LaBelle
RaulersonMotherls DayGIFT an 8 to. 9 oz. girl, Linda Dar- $1,18976, Moore Hoven, $740.53, .
lyne. The baby was born April 20 Pahokee, 3599.09, Sebrlng. $5-
at the local hospital. 936.15, Stuart 7957.09, and Vero REGISTERED REAL ESTATE BROKER
Beach, $11,48740.
SUGGESTIONS I James L. Ross, a resident of The largest sum paid to any

......................... Scotland and father of Mrs Alex- city was $248,424., to Miami, SOUTHLAND HOTEL BLDG t
I and Wright of Okeechobee, is the lowest to Manalapan. which
spending a month here visiting collected $24.96. OKEECHOBEE, TELEPHONES ROdeo 2-6891
DRESSES . . . 5.95 up
FLORIDA ROdeo 2-6561

BLOUSES . . 1.00 up

SKIRTS . . . 2.98 up USED CARS

SLIPS . . . . 1.00 up

PANTIES . . . 69cup MOTHER'S DAY
'59 FORD $1150.00

ROBES . . . 5.95 up ., 4 dr. Sedan, One Owner

HOUSE COATS . 3.95 '" '
up '
59 FORD $1095.00 CAKESFRESH

NYLON HOSE . . 79c 2 Dr. Sedan.Automatic transmission, heater

BAGS . . . 1.98 up '57 CHEVY Belair $1095.00
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SHOES 2.98 4 Dr Hardtop, V8, Auto Transmission
. . . up Y FRESHStrawberry

GOWNS, Cotton or Nylon 2.98 up '53 2 MERCURY Dr. Hardtop $295.00 Short Cake


Shorts, Pedal Pushers, Bermudas 1.98 up '56 FORD Fairlane $595.00 BREAD-ROLLS-CAKES-COOKIES-PASTRIES

2 Dr. Auto. Trans., Radio, Heater FRESH DAILY
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EVERYTHING FOR MOM AT REASONABLE PRICESII!! '57 MERCURY $795.00 DECORATED CAKES FOR ALL OCCASIONS

4 Dr.

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GIFT WRAPPED FREE! 15 OTHERS TO CHOOSE FROM THIS WEEK'S SPECIAL


SEE GEORGIA BOY OR CLAUDE HOLCOMB CINNAMON ROLLS . K doz. . . . . 19c '


Raulerson's Dept. Store"WE OKEECHOBEE MOTORS OKEECHOBEE BAKERYNEW


CLOTHE THE FAMILY" Phone RO 2-4461 CANTRELL BLDG RO 2.1161 OKEECHOBEE, FLA.

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Page 4 OkMchobt N.ws, Friday, May 12, 1961 I BonK OXIECEOBER: FIRST ADDITION ., don't\ hear me peta<7. the Crockera. Astronaut Shepard (maji nor[ Ragsdale i I
tote 1 ta 13 I Incl, Block 80 Thomas Packing Co I .,228 94
:KOIICK LoU 8 and 4 Block 84 Jack Butler !"HE" ,...,,.: 14,98 HERE THERE . Say honey, will you they should have left out the u"a"i Fla. Southern
Lots 3, 4 and 6 lees land to Joiner carry nw over to the ato beforewe ) went up and down last Ft1day ;: :

e NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that Uz: certificate' against the fol. 3 Block C, A, ThomasC. ".iiiW 19.08SORTHWEST : home Ah'm fixin. to have 18 minutea at about
I lowing de crlbed land will b* sold at public auction on the tint day Lot 60 A. Thomas ::::::: go ? $75.oIte< of Okeechobee
of June A. D. 1>>>61 at the Court Haul In the County of Oke chobee, ADDITION AND YONDERBY fucsts fob dinnuh." a minute alter he caahe in fall :nny Bagsdale

Bin of Florida to pay the amount due for lane i lor the year I960( LoU 1 to 20 Inch Block 11 Ronald Drones ...,... 7872 Caln't hep Ill chuckle when his contracta. Not bad been cited by the chemistry
:
herein nt opponlt to game together with all cow of much male and Lot 17 and 18 Block 23 Oscar Waldron "ii6" ...... 95 a wage
advertising" Said sale to begin at 12 clock noon Lot 10( Block 26 rhrlitln Godwin HE"..... SM EMERSON MOORS i we think about it Youalt won't One of The New aloft ligur i rtment of Florida Southern

IJe.crlptloa I Rene Owner Tax Lot Lots 14 13 Block and 13 2S Block 27 Wallace Jack Butler Lamb..'HE"................... 1567 816 heah us talking that there weft out why the shot wasn't made <|tie at Lakeland for his out-
lot S Bea 35 Twp. 25 a 82 30 Ch... E Bellow ..........$ 8.18 Lot 14 and 15 Block 27 David Allgoo. lIE',16.61SOUTHWEST tcheclule. The rocket fuel II I ding V.trie record this
lot Town.it of. Deus . .. I sato act<
15, Block 25. Harry Xolk .... .. ... .. ..77 .
south 4 mecca of SI* Lot H, 80 28gTTB ADDITION DJd you ever notice bow unaware Two weeks we caught a be drinkable and taste 111
13 Clarence Kubbard........ 368 Lot I and 6 Block 10 Frank Johns "HE" .......1917 people are of their own I ago
': / wrof NW'; of SE'i: ot OAK GROVE SUBDIVISION! : lltUe heck because we didn't Vodka He figure* they ran ho and '

W NW on%,line run I W Ort 1M, S 100 ft. to ft.,Poe E 60 EM! lot 8 Block B Henry Shaw "HE": .....,... ,1,98 how habits critical and those mannerisms? And : print a C. D. story on the coming on the goklg-away party the dig the 12 EpsUon other Sigma students honor raid I'

ft., N 100 ft. to :Beg So W, ROYAL OAKS SIBDIUSIO.V same people alert We bad written it but did before, and some one drained 0
Twp 86. R. a3 "HE" .... 11BJ Loll 8 and 9 Block 6 Russell King 'HE' nu.. n.17 are of the mannerisms and actions : ficate.! Issued by the campus
NWVBWU Of NE'i! lnr.rRftD Tyntr LoU 8 and 8'4 lot 2 Block Ru..11 King .............. 80.87 of lost know what became of tt. tae tank on the rocket It cot ate of the American Ghent-
Sec. 84. Twp. 85 R 83 3 HE" .................. 2.84 WOODLAND PARK others. LIke a know-lt-ail I' Happy Day! LaM week it came b*. We know a guy who drain<

let Section 84, Block 8, Bailngir Builnts. :Ray Murdock .............. ,27 Lou 1, 3, 8 to 12 Incl Block 20 Geo. Mills .. ...'........... U.41 who ridicule others who professto on the front P8"om no one the aheruTi radiator of boottantifrtete Society for maintaining a
Mills "HE" ........... 86d know is average or better in allllstl'
Stg.: I NB nor of Lots 8, 4 and I Block 30McMlLLEN ( Gto. something a mother of
rgvl Dot &EdL knows where along with the current one night back in t
.. 210 ft. W : : WOODLAND PARK ornery kids who complains about )' courses.
to ; run W 810 ft 8 210 ft, Lots 1 and 2 Block 29 Beverly Hack ............., 8.14 atory. Sort of before and prohibition day, and filled it he is the of
K 210 N 310 ft to FOB, Sen.Loti tots 4. 5 and 6 Block 29 Richard U. Evans ......,.. 11.81 the neighbors kids. A former env I after. with. stet The law men' c sophomore, son
H. C. :RauUnon "HE" ... 14 53
'l'wp BASS MBDIVISIONLot ployer of V. J. Ragsdale, Okeecho-
to611R1nc1. ours stopped us, many
1. 2, U to 88 Inr 3 Block 4 Willie Lee Thomas "HE"Roy .. I960
41 to 46 Inel. Black!! 38, NEW LoU 23 and 24 Block Gllchrlst .., 8.18 rears ago to reprimand us for I
OKEECHOBEH LOTS? SEC. A W. C. Gray .................. 2.77 Lot 24 6SOtTHEB.N John W. Simpson "HE1 .. 367 1
using abusive talk his horses
All W of center FEC R/W leas to .L
y land to Stolnoft -Sto, 4 Twp PINtS ADDITION While
be was dressing! down
..... ...... 440
33 RanK 35 Bernard Zimmerman >...... It 19 Lot 7 Block 2 Frank Mays ? .
All I.... land to Btolnoff 80 i Twp Lot 6 Block 3 Leminle Blair .. ........ 440 assuring us that he didn't "cuss"
33 Bernard Zimmerman ....... 9310 LoU 1 and a :Block 4 Frank ..,..,........ 814 .
All that 1panSle.i S',4 of BEU 8>' I Lot 4 Block 4 Altha Johnson ............. 1567 its horses and wouldn't allow
of NK and NH of SW* lying Lot 5 Block Flora Scott ..u............ 440 ; w '
started
else his
E of Rd 29 and C II, Mtate Lot 11 Block! 4 Slmpnon Well ..........n. 440 anyone to, team M9
&eo. e, Twp 33 R 86' I 88 Fox Builders . . . . . .. 5305 Lot 11 Block D Frank Mays ....,.......,.. 1H4J to move. "Whoa. you blanket J s_ v'tb, 1
That NH ot Lot 1 Block E Frank Mays ............... ..40
rtRAo at- lying blank Uankety blanks" he yoked' ,
and All Block 4. First Addition to ,
B of 29 part ,
............... 856 r
Rd 29 leu 1 acre In NW eon Southern Fine Roy GilclirUtt) quite unconsciously. You're wondering '
of NWii of SW'4 except S BIGHT BASS StBDIHSlON : if
acre < 1.8-17 S3 35 1m Fox Builder .............. 840.15Warren Lot 8 Block D Walter McKenile, Est ..... 440 what brought all HIM on?

KE' of NE' NWU< ef NE'i lyln .. 3197 LoU 18 and 19 Block D J. A. Price ................ 8 IK It was a conversation or twtlwC
B of Rd 39 20-13-35 MXeg and Mabel Lovell. Lot 23 Block D Queen Either Brown ..... 440
in
: NE con Bee (, run /Won Bra a monologue we heard a Itve
Lot 24 Block D R. C. Bellamy ,.... ..,. .40
lln. 3401.17 ft. to NE cor lot 17 taurant> the other day
RAILROAD ADDITION
d unrecorded plat l
dated -fIOo 8 and E bdry LoU 8 and 4 Block 1Lot Douglas Ha1. "HE" ...... 267 "I hate people/ woo ixit on," _
ft for FOB from I 1 Harris ...8... 440 1ff
lot 17-660 :
PQB run W on line parallel Lots I to OClkl Incl,, Block SLot Rued Bellamy ,:,:, :::::: 496 said a lady irKbcnUnc a crv'II''
with N bdry See 8 1320 ft runS 8 Block 10( Ernest Kent ........ 5222ATHLEON just leaving Hw pace. "IVxi'
on W barry lot 81 680 ft to Lot 11 Block 11 Queen Enthrr Brown .. .? 867
8W nor lot 81, run K on S bdry Lot 4 Block U Roy Gllchrlst .............. .40 all hear Utcm Yankw w,' 1h their
lass 81. 83, 13 :J.I. being a parallel EAST RAILROAD ADDITIONLot old southern talk like Hwy< sat
lln* oft1320 bdry Beo 8 a 13 J. T. and Betty Moore .., 8 M
coal tier
distance ( ft to BE t LoU 17 and 18 Willis and Carrie Wilson. .68 bom Crackers? It's pvim
"\'n bmw
ft to Beg 8 S3: 85 20 Wm. R. Odoin .... WRIGHT'S FIRST ADDITION gustin'
Lot 1 to t Incl. 11 and 12 Black 15 Charles Oscar Lsultr ..... U... most fifteen years anal )\"*1WO'it1c see e..eeu.e..e ,ip
OKEECIIOBEE UTILE FARMS RIGHT'S SECOND: ADDITION

Lot II Block 4 James L. Jones ........... 410Bentto Lot 3 Block A Ruby Coleman ... .40
Lot 7 Block 6 ......... 44" Loll 1 and 1 Block D i.imnott; 4 Bessie BronsoneI
Lot 8 Block 8 Alton F. Clemente.,....... 491 '' 19,11 @@ @llil
tote 8 and 6 Block Datld y. McMillanF I 916 Lots 1 and 1 Block J REVFRO PK. Richard t Shir'lVy'c'o'lil'ni'? 148
Lot 13 Block II O Biraett .....::::::::: 49) V.4 ot SW of SE'. N of Rd ?i>
Lot 8 Block 11 James A. Baldwin : ::3 I gee 15 Twp 87 Range 38 Id Clifton Elite ,...n.......... 78.22 e
Lot 15 Block 11IKEt.CIIOREE Browning A Dolder :::::.:: Beg .110 (t S of IoE; nor of NW'i of .
PARR SF',. run 8 .128 ft. W 1M It. N
VnknAWRVn 140 178 ft. W 41 ft. N ISO( ft. E 2.5 '. ds1vl
Lot. 1 1 to to 24 24 Inri Ice Block Block 32 31yole known ::::::::::::::::: SIT ft See 22 Twp37 Range 35 1>. roe Suarei .....,....,....., 20.92 ,

Lot 1 and 2 Block 84 Ruth R. Toune ............ M
J..oIl18 and 19 Block 4t Earl: Little ... .............. 444 ALDERMAN give
Block 2. Zlledg Okecliob TAX COLECTOR
Lot 13.
Park Herbert White ''HE ..... 181Lurrna Publish Stay a 12. 19. :IS OKEECHOBE COUNTT
Btr NW eor of NE !: ft The Okeechobee News
ft. Bf150 ft..
VE'i. E 150 ., W150ft.
..mn N 150 ft, 30 MOfjsLot a: 3 Clay ............... 140

ar 18 Block Petit Park "HE ........... ...... ISO! r be1tr's

ICOJ>>EB GABLMtx BEFORE STORING YOUR WINTER CLOTHING

t> II to Intl., 43 to 44 inn!. 1 1XxJTtUs ., Be*r.l Or raUrgRandolph '
184 '" Co. ..................... 11 U
fool Block I 1 Holiday! BeatS Openticg:
Ca .................. SU Them CleanedSPOTS '
TAYLOR CREEK DE\'ELOPlfEST: Have Aw I r le tiAb elBdtriral.B r


Lot 1 Block I J 3 V. Peak SST
Lot 1 Block 8A A, O. Brantley Her' :::::: litl P1t
Lot 8 Block 11 J James W, Campbell ........ t 11 BECOME SET THROUGH ,, .Jf II

Lot I.oOt I 10 Block Block 12 11 T Unknown Unknown ..::::::::::::::::: SIT 4fcCliu >
: ; NWU! run W on OXIDATION (AGE) Ag the 'invMtment in your Tasteful and welcome electrical) gifts! ...lartingvaluo....are'enJoyed -

&cElner4629 ft., S 6J5 ft., E farm grows its protection bar long after other are forgotten. I
.5 ft to
131 3 ft. S 795 ft.. E 311

leer center land Sec.to 28,A.N Markham 1320 ft. to beg Sec. ( A Barbara Campbell DRY CLEANING KILLS ALL FORMSOF comes No of modem vital Importance farm So be a thoufhtfvl giver! See the mandou refections! for mom,

29, Twp. 87, :Bang 35 8\\'i "HE" ................ .. !M44Tunml you. or ranch dad bride
of 8B 4 Seo SO Twp W R 35 40 J Bobbins .. ....... ... 30.67 MOTH LIFE operation should ever be with. *,edenniversedau-b that,pedal oocaaoa-
Begs NTV4 of SE14' of 8EU M out complete Financial Lie atoar electric appliance dealer.
NOB. run E 150 ft. 8 On 02' E
to 17' lake level 8 63 22' along bility Protection. v- And fot that \
17' to Intersect line dividing THE NOMINAL COST OF DRY CLEANING really Special Gift: may we suggest a flamelea else .

F'4'of NE'1 from W 4 of to NE Beg. Claims resulting from farm Inc dryer, .or dlshwasbe* or automatic range, or TV eet, or other .

Sec 34 Tsp17nRange 145 1UH Thelma Roger ............ 2429 MAY SAVE THE EXPENSE OF accidents can be expensive... major electric appliance to Eghten week and brightta JeWIe.'fltlM'MtIIt
of Lot 42 Rd 78 Sec 19. aometim thousands of) dollar
Twp 38, Wgeof' J5 Thomas A Paul Btokeld IS*
S BO ft. ot WV4 Beo S\7 Twp M R38 Eugene: Frit .............. 117 REPLACING YOUR CLOTHING *. Protect younelf withFarm
A ('itrlp of landand ft. wide Beg at Bureau Farmen Com*

.. Road ft abutting run FEC Northerly on snot prebtnaiv Liability Insur* ),.. a.atmwc;

ode 100 Sea 6 Twp 85 R 36 :23 :]Emory Taylor .............. ..:n CALL RODEO 2-4691 anu '
ShermanLot 1 eiemmle and Lewi* WaldronHE"
:Blocks and 8, West

) 5, Block B. LAKEV1EW SD Fnknown .:::::::::::::::::.1550 490 j U FLORIDA POWER A LIQHT COMPANY :\

Lot 12 and W, Lot 13. Block l 8, Snrae .... ,....A 0
Consolidated Land Co SD and Agent
Beg. from Hancock MC between OKEECHOBEECLEANERS T Bergen 0.e
Sec 4 and 6 run Southerly on ,
ML 665 ft to NW line A. B. An. affi
Corona property for FOB; 8 So. Fla. Office Supply .
34021yf 440 ft, Southerly on
water level to poslte' ) Bldg.
and parallel to proJ.OEorl A.
B. Andwson property, N VP31? RO 2.1201
W 443.4 ft. to Be,. See, 'l'wfi 1
OKEECHOBEE FLORIDA
38 Rang 38 : A. S Anderson "HE ....1061 '
Tb NW l/i of following property /
Beg. SW con lot 84 Block 8,
Great Lake SO. run SWly on ,
westerly boundary line extended
nj lot 35 to 8 bdry 441 for .
POB, continue on said pro!
line 2218 ft. to 17' lak level
Serly on 17' l take level 207 13 ft. 'Tr361aIPiLiftU
to an Iron alake, Nerly 2298 ft.
to Intersect 8 b "sda'1.e 441
2093 ft. from r528T..p ;
8 Rd to Beg
boundary 38 Ran g. 38 Ed Creuemen *t ala ....... 1971C.

Lot 01 13,Loke Block front" GREAT lots LAKES SD M Barbey "HE"* ....... 413 J

COXKFR Lot of 43.Lake Block HIGHLANDS front GREAT lots LAKES SD 1:. A. Englemana ........... .499 Reduced Prices a.Side.M N


Lot 18 Block SLots Pearl McDonald ......... 177
1 to 6 Inrl Block 6 .1 I L. Lament .......... 231
Lot 7 Block 22OKEKCIIOHF.f. Robert A. Cathy........... 177

Lot 10 and 11. Block GARDl-NS 43: Josephine Tlmmmln ....... 177 ONTreasure for
Loll M: and 22 Block (7 Pearl :McDonald ........... 177 ; Ut Cai
Lot iL MIBA 18 and SOL 19 ku Rd R/W 1:1:1 67 Klmer Chnvr .............. 1.77


Lot 21 Block 1Lot Paul Brantley ..._....... 177
Lot 18 Block Unknown ......".... 1.77 Island
6 :Block ItLot Blanche Bakewell ....... 177 i iS
10 Block 20 Gene Fulford .............. 1.77 'ddC a-
Lot 34 Block 84 Cm Fulford ........... ..77 i ;
13 ... . 177
Lot 10 Block 'bt
LoU 10 and U Block 44 Unknown ...::....::,::.:: 177:
Lou 8 and 4 Block 47 Unknown .,........,....., 1.77
Lou 18 and 19 Block 61 Unknown ................. 177
Lou 8 and 8 Block 82 Unknown ........ 1.77
Lou 10 and 11 Block 63 Mrs F. C. Johneoe........ 177 LOTSLOCATED f
CITY OF OKEECHOBtE:

LoU 11 to 14 tact Block 3 Josephine Keener ......... 1!.67
... LoU 1 to 28 Incl Block 4 B. P. Abney,.............. 9821B.
LoU 8 to 8 Incl and 12, Block 7 P. Abney.............. 2663
Lots 1 to 8 Inch, 11 to 16 Incl 18 to
26 tact Block SLate B. P. Abney.............. .9122 ON 70-FT. CANALS, 18V FT. DEEP,
4 to 10( Incl., 17 to 21 Incl.,
Block 9 B. P. Abney.............. ..8.19J. -
Lots 11 and 16 Block 8 H War ................ 818 ON GOOD HARD STREETS. WATER TRANSPOR.
Lot. 1 to 8 tact. Block 11 B. P. Abney.............. 2317 C
Lots 1 to 8 Incl Block 10 B. P. Abney .. .... ....... 30C7
Lot 3 Block 12 June Vera Wright ..... 440 TATION DO YOUR SHOPPING FROM YOUR
Lute 1, 2, 23 to 26 tact. Block 13 B. P Abney............. 23.17
Lots 1 to 4 Incl., 24 and 25 Block 13 B. P. Abney .............. 2691 where it will do the most good..in a new FORD
Lot 4 Block 16 (1959) Jane Hobbs ?.............. 440( BOAT WHICH YOU CAN DOCK ON YOUR OWN your money
Lot 4 Block 18 (1MO Jan Hobbs .............. 440
LoU 18 to 23 Inrl. Block 19 Wm. Uoser ............... 1943T .. .
Lots 1 to 4 Ind.. 14 to U Incl.,
Block 20 P. Abney ............... 8495B PROPERTY. BEST FRESH WATER FISHING IN money on your cars old age Before you buy a '61 car t be sure STOP. .SWAP. SAVE ,..
Lots 1 to 28 Incl. Block 21 P Abney .... .......... 9823 it i. a '611! That mean a car u today at your Ferd Dealer's.
Lots 1 to 6 Inrl. Block 23 B. P. Abney ............ .. 2.117:
Lots 1 and 2 Block 24 A II Burket ... ... .. 816 FLORIDA. carefree and capable ai the '61 Enjoy a full summer in a beautifully -
Lot 3 Block 24 Josephine Caplet "SIB" ... 862 Ford..the car that'beautifully built '61 Ford
Lot. 4 to 23 Incl. except tote S, 6. SWAPspending
20 and 21 Block 54 B, P' Abney 6120 a '61 Ford. Sales are up and built to uk car of itslf-th 'eihj'"I.1'I;::'=,::::""==.':.x" ':: '
Lout S to 20 Incl. Block 23 i Cap, Inv Co. :::::::::::::.49.45 Ieo.DnY..ll'
LoU 4 and 5 Block 25 Horace Curry "HE" ....... 362 Dealer is in a position to pay car that was deliberately built to : ::f1-: :::'; :::'::':'':

LoU 1 to 8 Incl., Block 27 B. P. Abney ....,.......... 2117 % for your tradewhich back up iu lone.armwarranty'f Mw"w: "i'o'.vt Z"'Ji.:Zt'.Z::::=-' .-
Lou 1 to 21 81 Incl. 23. 24, 24 Block 21 B: P. Abney ............... 8 .70 .. *
Lots 1 to pct\. lest lots t to 17 ONLY the down payment. *<+"wn'S

Incl. Block 29 B. P. Abney.........?.? 6495
LoU 6 and 6 Block 87 Income Inc ................ 1567 $ M1I1UU
Lot 10 Block 41 Ella Mule Booker ......... 440( |
N 44( ft of lots 8 to 13 Incl Block 44 Delorl Allen ... .... ....... 4.40Adnette ( with the car that's Beautifully Built to
Lou 1 to 10 Incl Block 67 & Ammon MeClellan 88.18Adnetta DOWN AV E
LoU 1 to 20 Incl. Block 68 Ammon McClellan 75.71 Take Care of Itae!! A'61Ford
Lot. 21 and 28 Block t>8 Adnette Ammon McClellan 11.91 30,000 miles
Lots 24 and 25 Block 6s Helen Gordon .. ........... 818 goes
Lots 1 to 13 net, Blnrk 69 Ammon McClellon ......... &3.19 between chassis lubrications, 4,000 e
Lots 1 and 3 Block 77 J. L. Robbins 1943J.
Lot. S, 4 and 5 Block 77 : L.: Robbins :"HE"'::::: 3186 $30.00 PER MONTH miles between oil changes, adjusts its _

Lots 1 to 12 Incl. Block M Ammon McClellan .....,.... 45.69 own brakes, guards its own muffler, al
Lots 1 to 6 Incl., 10, 11 and 13
Block 83 Ammon McTlelltn ......... 34 91 never needs waxing, protects '" ,
All Block 82 Ammon McClellan .......... 4 40 iU body. _
Lots 1 to 5 Incl Block J4113 Ammon McClellin .......... 1942 own
Lots: 7 to 10 tact\? Orin & Helm Lee ......... 1567
LoU 1 to 12 Incl, Block 91 Ammon McClellan ......... 4569
Lots 1 to 12 lack Block lul Ammon McClellnn ........ 44 61 . . . . . . .
Lot. 9 and 10 Block 108 Sam Thomas HE" ........ 512
hInt, In Lou 7. a and 9 Block lOa Ammon McClellan ......... 2879
'. lot In Loti 7, a and I Block 108 tteo W, King 2879 G
Lots 4 and 6 Block 109 Unknown ...:::::::....:,8818 T
Lot 13 Block 1U B. F. Golden ........ 818
LoU 1 to 13 IncL Block 114 Ammon McClellan.......... 9073(
LoU 1 to 9 Incl. Block"IN17 Ammon McClellan ......... 14 21 HODGES & SONPHONE
Lots I. 4, 6. and 8 Ammon McClellan ......... 1567
Lots 7. 8 and 9 Block 117 Joseph Bryant "HE" 1917
Lots 1 to 8 Incl. Block 131 John H, Walker ..,.:::::: 15:67
Lot. 10 and 11 Block 153 Gertrude Zerkerman ....... SO( 67
Lots 1 and :2 Block 157 Ammon MrClellan ?.?....37594
Lot 4 Block 167 Ammon McClellan ......... 11.91 Ford Dealers'
Lot 1 to 6 8InBlo.Block' 163 Ammon McClellan ......... 4369
Lou 7 and 165 Ben, Rubeln I SO 67
Eli lot 11 Block 165 C. Wlnkler Eaty'G.:::::::::::: 444
Lot 8 Block 168 Bentley ...37596 ROdeo 2-6134
Lot 6 and 8 Block 202 Buck Trail ; ,.,,, 818 eperatlon ijmQ MWE
LoU 7 and 8 Block 302FIBST Wllford Prufolt "HE" ..19.17

ADDITION TO CITY .

Lot 9 Block 20T E.' O. Arndt. Eat .......... '.la A PHONE Now On!
Lot 4 Block 244 Polly Wargo .... .... ''.... 444 CALL WILL BRING US TO YOU. WE'LLBE
Lots 13. 14 and 15 Block 247 Cordon Grooms "HE": ..,, 19.17
Lot 16 Block 247 Gordon Grooms . . . .. 3087R HAPPY TO SHOW YOU THIS PROPERTY.
KOCIR OKELCIIOBEC OKEECHOBEE MOTOR COMPANYPhone
Loll 1 and 2 Block I E. A. Veda Bus 'HE" . 156U
Lot 4 Block ft F. Stharf.chwerdt Ed. 8 16
Lot 8 Block 24 Carlisle Thomas ........... 818 RO 24461 Oksechobee, Florida '





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I Legal NoticesNOTICE and for Okeechobee County, Florida Florida, this! 25th day of April,, NOTICE at the Court House entrance Great Okeechobee News, Friday, May 12, 1961 Pag S
upon receipt of proof ot the A. D. 1961. UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW Okeechobeee, Florida Spring ._. _
publication of this note, the flctltloue HAYNES WILLIAMS!, NOTICE is hereby given that Said real estate being:
ADVERTISEMENT FOR BIDS name, to wit: Clerk of the Circuit Court the undersigned pursuant to the All of Iota 1 to 10 Indus* ]Movement Of recent years, according to the Aqueduct racing was called off

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN BASINGER SHOOTiNGPRESERVE. for Okeechobee County, "Fictitious Name Statute", House ive Block 67; an undivided Birds National Audubon Society, that when Hurricane Donna struck the
that sealed bids will be receivedby Florida. Bill 1173, Chapter 20953, Laws of one-half (H) Interestin UnderwayThe few people wH bee it. New York area. One of the

the Board ot Public Instruction under which we expect to engage (SEAL) Florida, 2941, and House Bill lots 11 to 20 \Inclusive, This is the season when flocksof horeses scratched was Rains

for Okeechobee County, Flop In business at Baslnger, CHARLES P, BENTON, 1102, Chapter 26760, 1951' amend. Block 67; all of Block 83; great spring movement of waterfowl are working their Over.
ida at the office of the Superintendent Florida, In the County of Okee 424 North 8th Street log 86209(3)()\ ( will register with undivided one-half (I4)) In- birds northward la now under way northward as frozen lakes
Vanguards of robins already and marshes thaw
out. Symbolizing
of Public Instruction, chobee, Florida. Fort Pierce, Florida. the Clerk oil the Circuit Court, In divided one-half (W in- way. are HARD OF HEARING?
hopping over geenlng this movement the
Okeechobee County Courthouse, That the parties Interested Inlaid Publish April 28, May S, 12, 19 and for Okeechobeee County, FlorIda terest In lots 7, 8 and 9 are flying
lawn and parks In most of the v's of the wild heading for
geese
business enterprise are: The Okeechobee News.IN receipt of proof of the of Block 108 according to
I Okeechobee, Florida, up to 10:00: upon northern states, searching for the subarctic regions.The PRICES AS *9900LOW
S. A. BELCHER, JR. .
of this note the fictitious the thereof recorded
publication plat
,
A. M. Friday, May 19, 1961, for I early worm. movement of small bird AS
all materials and labor B. H. BELCHER. name, to-wil: in Plat Book 2, Page 17,
necessaryfor I Dated at Okeechobee, Okeecho Soon, out of a federal sanctuary reaches Its peak during May, according -
GLADES GAS of the records of
the construction of 1961 Addition COMPANYOF public DAHLBERGHEARING
bee County, Florida, this the 21st THE CIRCUIT COURT OF Okeechobee Flor on the coast of Texas, the to Ecologist Roland C .
OKEECHOBEEunder County,
to Okeechobee County 'I day of April 1961. OKEECHOBEE COUNTY last wild flock of one of the Clement of the National Audubon
SERVICE
Schools; Okeechobee, Florida. By: B. H. BELCHER I FLORIDA which we expect to engage ida.Together world's most famous migratory Society. Most of the tiny travel
In business on North U. S. with any Improvements 107 Atlantic Avenue
and
Plans specifications are onfile Publish Ap. 28, May 8, 12, 19, 1961 NOTICE OF SUIT thereon birds, the whooping crane, will ers, like the hordes of warblers
In the office of the Board or' 441 in the City ot Okeechobee, situate Ft. Pierce Florida
THE STATE OF FLORIDA TO
The Okeechobee News. : be winging its way to wilderness coming all the way from Central ,
Public Instruction for Okeechobee II Ola Phillips Wallace Residence County of Okeechobee, Florida nesting grounds In northwest and South America, fly at night,
That the Interested in Said personal property beingnursery St. Lucie
parties Opposite
County at Okeechobee, Florida; Unknown Canada. The first whoopers to stopping In the daytime to rest
at the office of Starratt & Asktof, IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF You are hereby notified that a said business enterprise are machinery list and furnished equipment I feel the urge usually.\ leave Texas and feed. Because they often ride County Bank
Architects, 605 North 7th Street, OKEECHOBEE COUNTY DANIEL M. MCCARTHY per Inventory northward currents of warm auto
suit has been filed against you about April II. There are at present
VERNON L. DEXTER: at the sale.S. Phone for Appointment
Fort Pierce, Florida; at the i FLORIDA In the above entitled Cause, and 36 birds In the wild flock (a conserve energy, warblers
McDOUGALD
Dodge Plan Room, 30.21 South CLENTON FLOWERS SURGENT you are hereby required to serve Dated at Okeechobee Okee H. few reside in zoos), representnig seem to appear In waves. Sometimes HOward 1.3035
Trustee In
Dixie Highway, West Palm Beach, upon the Clerk of the Court of chobee County, Florida, this the Bankruptcy a slow recovery from a low of they are so exhausted after
Florida Central Florida Builders I Plaintiffvs.. 1st day of May, 1961. Publish May 12 1961. I all-night Tight they
; Okeechobee County, Florida, and 14 In 1938, when Intensive conservation an appear
Okeechobee News
Exchange, 113 East Central Ave. LOUIS SURGENT, upon Plaintiff's attorney, CharlesP. By: V. Dexter The efforts began. quite tame.
f Publish May 5, 12, 19, 26, 1961 --
nue, Orlando, Florida Fort
; Benton, 414 North 8th Street,
DefendantNOTICE Even before the first spring
The Okeechobee News Glw Y.wr Home Ssyl.lc
Pierce Contractors AssociationPlan OF SUIT Fort Pierce, Florida, your writ. You're foL'owing too closely if robins were observed in northern

Room, Arcade Building,, THE STATE OF FLORIDA TO: ten Defenses, if any, to the Bill the vehicle ahead Is limiting your states, the male redwing, black. CHECK SPEED

Fort Pierce, Florida. Louis Surgent, Residence Un of Complaint in said suit, Copy AMENDED NOTICE view of oncoming traffic, approaching birds had arrived in marshyarea -Check the speedometer often In
Copies of said plans and spec!. known. OF BANKRUPTCY SALE Intersections or traffic and noisilyfor They
of which Is delivered to you on began Jousting today' powerful cars accelerate >
fications may be obtained at the You are hereby notified that a or before May 22 A. D. 1961. The trustee In bankruptcy signs. Drop further back partlcu) mating territories. You see, so quickly and smoothlythat FASHIONAWNINOS
office of said Architect upon the suit has been filed against you Herein fail not or Decree Pro appointed by the Federal CourtIn larlyl when following trucks buses the females were expected alongIn It is hard to judge their real

deposit of $30.00 for any one set In the above entitled Cause, and Confesso, will be entered against Miami In case No. 4473-M Bk and other sizeable vehicles. about two weeks. speed.

of plans; said deposit will be re you are hereby required to serve you for the relief prayed In the will sell by public auction, for Other early migrants are the .

turned to the Contractor upon the upon the Clerk of the Court of Bill of Complaint.The cash, In parcels and/or In bulk, Most drivers know that lane Inconspicuous phoebe, one of k &.DOOKHOOOSffv *4 prtcMii
return of the Bald plans and specifications Okeechobee County, Florida, and nature of said suit being free and clear of all encumbrances changing: requires safe passing the flycatchers; and the fox GREAT WALL stow* vty com

: In good condition within upon Plaintiff's attorney, CharlesP. for Divorce. or subject to encumbrances distance ahead, but they often sparrow, which usually sneaks The Great WaU of China Is DONALD MACK J JG
five ((5)) days after the date of Benton, 414 North 8th Street Witness my Hand and the Seal certain real and per. forget about the situation behind. through to northern nesting' thought by astronomers to be the *fnt atimttn uT

the opening of bids and contingent Fort Pierce. Florida, your written of said Court, at Okeechobee sonal property of the bankrupts, I Always check your rear and side gounds virtually unnoticed The only work of man that would be ,,-... ,,, _.
upon the receipt of a bona Defenses, if any, to the Bill\ of Florida, this 23th day of April, AMMON: McCLELLAN and AD- "blind spots" before you pull out bluebird has always been a harbinger visible to the human eye from
ride bid from said Contractor, Complaint In said suit, Copy of A. D. 1961. NETTE T McCLELLAN to make sure no vehicle Is pass of spring but this little the moon. The wall stretches Donald MackPhone

Should the Bidder desire addition. which Is delivered to you on or May 26, 1961, at 2:00: P. M. ing you at the same time. thrush has become so scarce in 2,000 miles.OKEECHOBEE. 2-1783
al sets of Documents prior to bid before May 22nd, A. D. 1961. HAYNES E. WILLIAMS, I
opening date, or should SubContractors Herein fail not or Decree Pro Clerk of the Circuit Court I

or materials dealers de. Confesso will be entered againstyou for Okeechobee County J. R. LEONARD
sire a set of said Documents, for the relief prayed in the Florida.
..
same will be provided upon the Bill of Complaint.The CHARLES P. BENTON Well & Pump

t payment to said Architect the Nature of said suit being 414 North 8th Street Complete

i amount cl $15.00 for any one set for Di"c rce. Fort Pierce, Florida spring .
y to cover the cost of reproduction. Witness my Hand and the Seal Publish April 28, May 5, 12, 19 $175.00
Each bid shall be accompanied of said Court, at Okeechobee, The Okeechobee News. I
by Bid Bond In the or 60 ft. well
a amount
5% of the maximum bid, payable if s time >jj I Jh HP 12 Gal. Tank

i to the Board of Public! Instruction SERVICE GUIDE
RO 6-1848
I FOR RENT
( for Okeechobee County, i
I Florida, as evidence of good faith 10 paint No. on 441
Beautiful waterfront _
and guaranteeing that the successful shady, :
bidder will execute and
TRAILER SPACES
J furnish to the Board of Public In. ,

Istruction for Okeechobee County, I I HOOVER SALES CONCRETESEPTIC

f Florida, a bond Issued by a Sure- I
a Lty Company licensed! to do bus!. HODGE & SONS FINLEY JEWELERS AND SERVICES TANKS

|bess in Florida, for 100% of the GREASE TRAPSINSTALLED

[Contract price, within ten ((10) Real Estat. BURGESS SUPPLY CO. S
[days after being awarded the Witch Repairing
OKEECHOBEE Phone 2-6134
[Contract, said bond guarantee- OKEECHOBEE, FLORIDA CENTRAL ELECTRICClock *
ling the performance of said Con-
Repairing AND GAS COMPANY CALL
tract-and:; of
[ payment all debts i
I pertaining thereto, the premium ROdeo 2-1391

[of said bond to be paid by the Ring sizing here in store. Phone 2.5 56 1 ROdeo 2-4724

[Contractor. All work Guaranteed
Chapter 29782, Laws of Florida ON CALL

!9M, requiring scheduled rat ot Diamond
Watches
wages for laborers,"mechanics, LOANS SEE ME FOR YOUR BLOVELYBEAUTY
.
and apprentices employed on I SPRING RENOVATING SALON
these projects shall be a part of day and nightTo BIrthstone Rings for NEEDSWe Five Trained People To
the Contract Men & Women
AUTOMOBILES have made to order. Care For Your Beauty
All bids shall be placed In *n I
envelope, sealed and addressedto All Types of Jewelry Slip Covers Draperies NeedsConveniently
the Board of Public Instruction APPLIANCES Alterations and Repairs Located At

Okeechobee County, Florida, HOME REMODELING provide insurance specifically BEA CAMPBELL Fifth and Osceola St.

(care of Omar L. Hunt, County FINLEY JEWELERS Fishing Resort *
[Superintendent Okeechobee CounIky BUSINESS EXPANSION meet needs
designed to your So. Park Oketchobte OkeechobeePhone For Appointments Call
Courthouse, Okeechobee, Florllda. -
The name of the project SMALL LOANS DEPARTMENT RO 2-5701 ROdeo 2.1021
I To give you prompt service in
should be placed on the outside .
jof the envelope and words indi-
i eating that the envelope contains the event of an emergency.Leonard .
a bid for said project. OKEECHOBEECOUNTY Goodyear Tires ROBERT MAYS

The Contractor will be requiredto
build and complete said project Largest 7.50x14 Stock In Town Plumbing & Repair Work WILL BUY OR SELL

within the time set forth in his BergerINSURANCE
Whit or Black
proposal.The Call

successful bidder, If any, BANK AGENCYFIREAUTOCASUALTYBONDS $9.95SI
will be notified within five (5) RO 6.1293

days after the bid is accepted. down SOc a week REAL
The Board of Public Instruction Easiest Terms In Town Next to

for Okeechobee County, Florida,
Mobleys Garage
GILBERT'S I
Okeechobee Bank Building
reserves the right to reject any County

and all bids, and to waive any Informalities Phone RO 2.7441

AH proposals shall ESTATE
remain in force for thirty (30) REPAIRS

days after the date of opening. For. Fast., Dependable ON FRIGIDAIRE AND
THE BOARD OF PUBLIC BULLS FOR SALE
Radio-TV. Call MAYTAG APPLIANCES
INSTRUCTION FOR OKEE. YOUR HIGHEST PRICESCOME Repairs. *
JOHNSON OUTBOARD
CIIOBEE COUNTY, FLOR
Dave or Doc 24231. Also
MOTORS
IDA. FROMCOMPETITIVE

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

Chairman of the Board BIDDINGAT Radios Record Players, *
(SEAL) BRAHMANBreeding JOE'S LIQUOR STORE
Attest! YOUR LOCAL Hi Fi & Stereo. GILBERT'S

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

Publish April 28, May 5 and 12
The Okeechobee News. LIVESTOCK AUCTION
LOANS Complete mobile feed EVINRUDE DEALER

George DempseyPhone MARKET $25 to $600 milling service. Custom SALES SERVICE
NOTICE
grinding and mixing.
UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NEW LOCATION *

NOTICE is hereby given that LOBBY GILBERT'S For more informationCall
the undersigned, pursuant to the Last year nearly 60% of Florida Cattle or write HODGES

"Fictitious Name Statute". House 6.1771
Sold at Auction OKEECHOBEE
Bill 1175, Chapter 20953, Laws of E. W. CATES & SON Fisherman Haven
Florida, 1941, and House Bill) FINANCE COMPANY
418 Clay St. Ocala Fla.; Okeechobee Florida
1102, Chapter 26760, 1951: amending ,
2-4231
RO
Phone Phone 629.1464
BOSOMS( will register with
the Clerk of the Circuit Court, InN

OKE.ECHOBEJELivestock WRECKER SERVICE
REPAIRING OF MAC'SSMALL

Best of Cadillac Service- Auction MarketAUCTIONS APPLIANCES LAKE SHORE GARAGE ROdeo CALL 2.1631

Toasters Fans ROdeo 25674ROdeo
Christian Such as ,
Irons and Sewing Ma General Repairs 2.6333

EVERY TUESDAY chines. Brakes Tune Up DAY OR NIGHT
Factory Trained Mechanics and Pure Gas & Oil

Herman S. Beebe, Manager Phone RO I-5521
Welding Automotive
Channel 4 Sunby 1:45 am Orlgnil Iqulpment Part DAVE'STRADING Repairs

Station Sundays OKEECHOBEE, FLORIDA CENTER Phones Day RO 2.9641 TOM FOY GARAGE
North Park Street
WSWN 12:45: pm Phone 2-6025 Night RO 2-4653 OKEECHOBEESHIRLING

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*
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BEAUTY SHOP BARBECUED CHICKEN

Mary Carter aA DsLAscL4a ff111'Eit1'rArntlai NW711 RUBY WHEATLEY RIBS HAM BEEP PLUMBING
aaf Aaa1L141N; ,
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PAINTS Reed-Haughton Motors Cosmetic and SANDWICHESBeauty SERVICE
a' Advisor OF ALL KINDS
NEW LOCATION
EVERY SECOND CAN DONUTSCOFFEE
FREE OF EXTRA COST AIR CONDITIONED r .MPe North Klsslmmt

CADILLAC-PONTIAC DEALERS DRYERS Bridge-Road 73
PHONE HO 1-4044 READY TO GO

Phone ROdeo 8-1361 621 South 4th Street CURB SERVICE C. H. SHIRLING
'Neon Sp.citliata: For Appointment
PAGES AUTO CAMP *
TV Channel 4 Sunday I.4S: am
HO U060 Fort Pierce; Florida Tele. RO 2-6485 Mrs! Lethe Woo'en Phone RO 24160T
I Fort Pierce, Florida
I 3005 S. Dixie FORT PIERCE Ph. HO 4-1399 I





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rgo' OkwchobM N wi, FrWay May K, 1961 II
r SHE** OWL MOST-VALUED CUSTOMER! AND TO HELP HER MAMA6E FOOD COSTS..
Indian River to contact !the Junior codec: office
M soon M possible to date,
Summer Session 70 students have registered, and
June 19-Aug. 2 an antl enrollment pated. of 100 students'is P FEATURES&lfubtoJFOR MOM"SUPER

Teachers in the Ckeechobe r
area art reminded that credits Hospital News RIGHT" FINE QUALITY, GRAIN FED HEAVY STEER CHOICE
I applicable toward meeting state -
certification requirement\ can be Patients released from the -a
earned during the mnmer us- Louisiana! Rautenon Hospital this
Ion at Indian River Junior Col week were Debbie and Vickie
lege. A course In educational McLellan Albert Clay, Ray Pres-
psychology: will be offered during Betty Mills Lola Thompson MIlle -
the ammer term X the demand L. Wilson! Hubert Elmore,
warrant Carpe Thomas ST., Elizabeth ROASTLb39"SUPER
The auraner Ksdoo will run Baldwin Jean Mann, Burma
from June 19 to August 2, and a daze and baby, Willie Curry
student can earn as many as Maud Arnold, Georgia Wilcox rwi"bw
j eight\ credit hours. Courses are and baby Sandra Bennett and
being offered in the areas of business baby William Harden David
education:: English> education Chandler colored, Virginia Bryan
.
. biology! history, social adence and baby and Manuel Felix, RIGHT" FINE QUALITY, GRAIN FED HEAVY STEER CHOICE
and cool
mathematics pe Mexican. _
ogy. Remaining In the hospital ere
Dean Warren Lend announces John Ferguson John Brette
Beck, Jake Morgan, BEEF CHUCK
Theodore
that plane] for the summer session, JANE PARKER DELICIOUS
Allen
Tom Smith John Thomas
are being finalized and be urges
anyone about interested tin aumroer to program learning'I Huff and Shirley Mary Vpthegrove.Lara, Doris Adklns BLACKBERRY
more 79

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BREAD 2 2eS 29c By Piece The 39c FRESH: -CROWD(; FLAVOR YOU CAN'T GET I IN A CAN1,

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THAT IS EXTRA SPECIAL
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C1m Lie! SPECIAL SALE
Garden Land has a fine selection of Chrysanthemum <:; onfe SIZE
Geranium Cyclamen & Hydrangeas ilafan ....:Too J
so that you may show your appreciation with HI-C
flowering plants. JeJlivaf FRUIT COCKTAIL

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ORANGE PUNCH PINEAPPLE.
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IS'/a OZ.CANS Unpeeled Apricot Halves Cut Green Beans GRAPEFRUIT

Highway 70 2 45 C Sliced Peaches Golden Cream Style Corn 3 89c

Green Lima Beans Golden Whole Kernel Corn 46 Oz. Cans
CHEF-BOY-AR-DEE (With Ch..u..)
Pizza Pie Mix 's'4. 43c Tiny Whole Beets Tender Sweet Peas nt
CHEF-BOYAR-DEE .
JUST IN TIME FOR MOTHER'S DAYFLOWERS Beefaroni 2 If:;: 43c M our MUMM_I ttrrf _frx ), Prlculn
CHEF-BOY-AR-DE6 CANS l B Markets this a civ.! r.
........ : 49c MIX uper
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a DWARF Dinner With Meat I :: 39c 'EM SOUTH PARK STREET five thruSaturday
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Pizza Pie Mix Pkt1t? 49c May 13.j .

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PERSONAL SIZE CLEANER DETERGENT LIQUID SUDS GENTLE CLEANER

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cant" she whispered to her
Great Moments in History '1 can't." -
got to," he whispered.
so, being a gracious guest
s .961 marli the 75lh I

.: "Hairs nlvtrwry InvtnHon of Charlei of the did.

holylis proem by STARFIRB QJhe I
our aluminum It POPULARITY OOkrerbnbrt N
1 -. .ductd today. The 22 of Oldsmobile's new sports tUtS
I > Cold KttnlUft lab
I Kfathtr-.woodshed In the Starflre, are now
-\\-Bn\ ,Ohio at a rate of more than
of ell 1961 Oldsmobile Page 7 Okeechobe News, Friday, May 1961 Price lOe-Phone R02-3221
., sa.'es, it was announ.

by Gilbert Culbreth, Olds I Shepherd Nanled Commission on the study of the city of.California will examineand partment of Public Health Service. I people lighted the streets with I
1 dealer. natural The lights glowed
problems of alcohol in North re-evaluate all scientific Shepherd also has been gas.
II _, degree of public interest appointed and because it
I night day was
( To Committees America. knowledge of a'coholism as a di. to the Executive Committee
7 Starfire, since Its Introduce cheaper to let them burn than to
sease and a social problem. In of the North
In this position, Shepherd will American
in December, is increasing to turn them
on
someone
In Booze FieldErnest pay
serve with 24 other commission addition, the many organizations Association of Alcoholism/ Programs
and is already greater
we expected," he added. A. Shepherd adminlstra members from the U. S. and which deal with alcoholism or as a member at large and offRudyard Hat "the Kipling"calledMedicine city with all I
Before that, aluminum vat totart. tor of the Elorlda Alcoholic Re- Canada in a critical examinationof are related to it will come under
It wo uitd In jtwelry. In other objectives toward habilitation Program has recently alcoholism far a five year period careful review. Hell TownThe hell for a basement", I
the 1850'i, it sold for $545 a turf, the Florida Turf Grass been named to two Important com ?. The study is being fnanced by
Thanks to Hall't Inven-
I ,
lion pound, the price new U 26c o this year Is stressing mltees in national alcoholllc The commission under the direction an unppreceedented million-dollar sty of Medicine Hat Al. Florida's 19,400,000-pound pro.
pounds U.S. production (tail Beautifil for the Florida work. of Dr. Nevitt Sanford professor grant from the Natonal Insaltute berta, is built over a natural gas duction of honey during 1960
year, according to The Aluminum Beautiful Late in 1960 he was appointed of physology at !the Univer of Mental Health of the U. S. De pool. As early as 1890,. towns- was 25 per cent greater than 1959
Association, netted 2 GI
million lon ._ .
Their light aluminum
? .
.roughly half the w.i f
a cast Iron eigin*-

M the off 12-the second Wright ground flight Brothtn for at GILBERT HARDWARE & APPLIANCE HAS

Hawk In 1703.

Custom Built Terms to Fit Your Budgetll!!
r


Aluminum, third most abundant ef J
Earth'l element.l (hai rtvolullonlzid
American lifel It ihtothts our build-
logs, wraps our sandwiches, bring WHY DO WITHOUT A
TV Into our homei and keeps moiquitoct > (? WHY UP TO
out. I- s REFRIGERATOR OR FREEZER

36MOS WHEN YOU CAN PURCHASEONE
FindsAdventure they felt no sense of skull."I SHOP TO PAY
camping out, however, FOR LESS
ways tried .to settle into
before nightfall THAN IT WOULD COST

Many people go to Indonesia, feeing Nor did accident they worry or illness I F !Z NO DOWN PAYMENT WITH TRADE YOU TO BUY ICE.
but not many drive from island away from medical help. URTHER.r
to Island in the family car. their travels, only Mr.
The exceptions are Helen and has had trouble an
Frank Schrelder, an adventurous fection and a minor
young American couple who malaria.
explores faraway places In an Dinah, their handsome
amphibious Jeep called Tor of greater concern for a \ r rr
tuga, or "Turtle." considered a delicacy w
The Schrelders recently re pagan peoples in the
MODEL DA 9.61
turned to the United States froma huddle of children on -
13-month 5000 mile Journeyon ed longingly at Dinah
assignment for the National and told Mrs. Schrelder
7.72A
Geographic Magazine. Their she's very fat We'd like
itinerary took them all the way her."
across the Indonesian archipellgo Food for the Schreiders
Sumatara, Nias. Java, Madura, problem. Army "C" MONTH
Bali and the Lesser Sunda Islands coconuts were staples.
to the Portugese Timor.It live markets provided
23.00 down
was not exactly a luxury fish vegetables and R
cruise. Treacherous currents, not much meat. IMF
tropical storms, lack of freshwater palatable water was S { S
and gasoline on remote difficulty, especially in P vN MeF
isles, and unsettled conditions season. M o R
in some areas, made travel haz Their most M 5 //I rti qr l

ardous. Once they were swept ory of Indonesia cuisine R F Rs S
18 miles off course Into open on the old head-hunting o
ocean. When two months overdue Nias off Sumatra's q Y
:on a later occasion, they coast. There they were
were reported lost at sea. a village chief who COME. IN, SEE THE fiNEST-IT COSTS NO, MOREl
. To find dvMi4ur. Fri SchrvIder wHA a feast -: .. "'t ,. -. ,,"t'.a-.
gave up his carreer as an By local custom, the ,.. t44.e11T:Tt' ,#' wo. 116 'ss '01' i

electrical his engineer! In California, part of a ceremonial pig FROST-PROOF MODELS AS LOW AS $10.35 ON OUR_ SPECIAL BUDGET PLAN
wife
pretty one as drafts seerved for the Schrelders.
man. In the flickering light !
They woo the imagination of chiefs thatched hut, Mrs.
homebound armchair travelers der became chillingly PHONE RO 2.4231 OKEECHOBEE, FLORIDA Ir IrI
with their first daring trip 2(). that a servant had
000 mile drive down the Pacific fore her a serving of cold
Coast from the Arctic to Tierra ed pig brains 01: the half I
del Feugo In the first Tortuga.

The bouncing Schrelders and sloshing survived well, but the

tired.the seagoing Jeep! had to be re FORT PIERCE SERVICE; GUIDETHESE

Like the original vehicle, Tor-
tuga II was purchased from a
World War II surplus depot They'
outfitted the jeep! with an alco. FORT PIERCE MERCHANTS ARE OFFERING THEIR SERVICES
hol stove, bunks, storage space
and a seat for Dinah, their Ger
man shepherd. AND MERCHANDISE FOR YOUR APPROVAL

The jeep's dashboard doubled I
as a kitchen. A stainless steel I
I
salad bowl made a quite adequate 1956
sink. Clothes could be washedin Quality Carpet by CUSTOMPOOLS
rivers and the sea. ELECTROLUXONLY 32x8
Mohawk Barwick
Callaway -
Again equipped for homemaking -
aboard a Jeep the Schrelders SOUTHWESTERNAWNING
shipped Tortuga to India to ex Tiles by IF YOURADVERTISEMENT
WINDOWS
plore the sacred Ganges from Armstrong KentileMcDERMID'S
source to mouth. Then they sailedto AUTHORIZED $17 5.00
Indonesia to fulfill an old dreamof .
photographing and SALES & SERVICE
writing COVERINGS, Inc.
about the Islands. FORT PIERCE, FLORIDA WAS IN AUTHORIZEDArtcraft
VAC'Sfrom
USED
Home for a year now) they will 900 S. Dixie Phone HO 14400 Hicks, Hentle
write a book, edit two films, and
PATIOS & BARBECUES
make a lecture tour using Mrs. THIS SPACE DEALER
9.95
Schreider's MANUFACTURERS OF ORNAMENTALIRON
family residence at
Valley Center Calif, as their & CONCRETE PRODUCTSWE MODERN
base. EVERYBODYWOULD DESIGN, MANUFACTURER & INSTALL
After that? Off to another part Summer Tops $3.98 ELECTROLUXCORP. MOBILE
of the world.In .
READIT. HOMES
Indonesia, not counting currents SHORTS & SKIRTS TO MATCH .
challenging seas, mon 65' N. 2nd ST.
lOOns, and reefs, the chief strain . 707 Orange Avenue
Frere's Maternity Wear"A Ft. Pierce, Florida
of island-hopping was getting gasoline
Fort Pierce, Fla.
for the insatiable jeep. Shop For The Mother To Be" HO 4-0056 FRED RAPPOLDHO I
"It had to be shipped to PS In LIKE YOUR
1303 Ave Fort Pierce
Orange 1-7285
native praus, Mr. Scheider said.
"We always wondered if
we
READING THISWALKER Telephone HO 4-1625
would have enough to reach the

next destination. Once we made JARVIS & SCOTT 4306 South U.S. No. 1 Fort Pierce, Fli.
port with two and a half gallons
left That was cutting it close be. PLYMOUTH VALIANT DEALERS CALL COLLECT PITTSBURGH PAINTS
cause Tortuga burns up a gallon WON'T SOME KIND PERSON
every three miles, even when TAKE ONE OF US CARS OUT
Dur-AI Windows Patio-Maglc Doors
traveling with the current. OF HERE AT $250.00 DOWN
"In emergencies we managedto AND I
$58.00 PER MONTH PAYMENTS
get some gasoline from Chinese Small & Wide Vents Store Fronts
traders," h* added "thoughnot JARVIS & SCOTT I ROOFING & SHEET METAL
often, because it is more precious 4" & 7" Jalousies Auto GIlls
than gold In the remote is- JUNCTION #70 ON U.S. 1 I PEST CONTROL BONDED FOR NEW ROOFSBy
lands. FORT PIERCE, FLORIDA Tub Enclosures Table TapsCopper
The amphibious jeep had to Chemical &
be beached In Sumatra, becauseof BARRETT CERTAINTED Miami Carey Cabinets Back Mirrorslufchllls
rebel activities rhe Schrelders Exterminating CAREY
Ceramic Tile Terrazzo & Marble
were welcome, but the Indonesianto I : AND RUBBEROID
Company: e
tgovernment would not permit '
I Is
them to travel In Sumatra only BUCCANEERTile Men SERVING OKEECHOBEE &
with a military escort. Experienced FORT PIERCE OVER 38 YEARS G

As the couple moved eastward and Terrazzo Co. Inc. Modern Equipment ALL WORK GUARANTEED a
through the Lesser Sundas, the R tiny gamsas
wilder and the Call CollectECONOMY
country grew
FOR BEAUTY AND DURABILITYJACK
people more primitive. Said hire 112 Orange Ave. lflG3sirai.

Schreideri "The father from Ball CRAIN Phone: HO 1-4095 Fort Pierce, Fl.. ; ROOFINGFort

the the sharper bigger the the spear.headdress" and 800 ORANGE AVE., Fort Pierce, Fit. Phone HO 1-3578 j I Pierce-D y HO 14167 NIte HO 1-5331 Phone HO 15012Couple

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J 'Page'10 Okeeehobee Newi, Friday, May 12, 1961
John Russell, dl
Flood Control
City CourtFriday peace and fighting!
f Fellowship Class VkPreldent, Veda BaN Treasurer $5 bond.
May S, Edward R.
Ruth Hoflrnen. Secretary: Treat found .to Donald L. Platt !
was guilty a
Elects Officers Cassle Arnold, Reporter, Emily Started InOkeechobee jILTInR1aYIt1ir. charge of reckless driving aftera $150 bond on a driving

,. Women'* Fellowship of The Wilson, Program Committee 1! plea of not guilty. His driven toricated: charge.: His
Brethren Church, held their monthly Chairman-Worship, Peggie Frish license was suspended for six license was suspended for anther

,. meeting Tuesday, May 9 Study, Esther Draughton, Mis- months Wayne H. GUlUand !
I at 7:30 at the church. lions, Stella Campbell. Service, Laverne J. Elliott plead guilty: of'reckless driving after
: Kathleen Williams led the .de. Ruth Hoffman, Flowers, Esther to a charge ,of disregarding a not guilty had his driven
,
votional and was la charge of Walker and Selma Drawdy, Fellowship I :-. .,;.; stop sign He was released due suspended for 30 days ;
boslness. Annual The Central and Southern Florida . 0" > to the
election of officers Helen Hae Davis. nature of the charge and
was held and are as follows Good fellowship! was enjoyedby Flood Control District has circumstance
: all during the refreshment just Issued a brochure setting out AvenoriU Lorenzo on a conceal' Ernest L.

President, Kathleen William, hour. the functions, cost and operation ed weapon charge forfeited a $50 Back In
---- of the
faculty H/wever, the brochure bond. !
falls to set out that the Harvey Lewis found guilty\ Ernest L.
Presley,
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THE Jeep'FAM I Central and Southern Flordla The above plaque, which commemorates the establishment fighting and disturbing the peace controlman, USN, son
Flood Control District was originated of the Central and Southern Flood Control I after a not guilty plea was fined Etta M. Presley of ( !
hi Okeechobee fallowing $25 or ten days in jail was serving aboard the
world's most complete line the disastrous 1947 hurricane. District, it placed at the front door of the Okeecho. -

tW..fI'Of1\18cot&: bee County'Courthoule.. The light spots In the pie

of 4-wheel drive vehicles! ties voted to urge the congress ture are the results of e recent paint lob on the

"..'.""..,.,..... . .. ,...M...............,.....JE and the flood state legislature to setup courthouse. Apparently curiosity seekers tried out
r. a control district for the wet paint then wiped their fingers on tne

.r E South IMO Florida, the State and of two Florida years,laterIn federal bronze plaque. YOU CAN BUY IT HERE!

E : government and the U S.
I Engineers set up the present organization vented $82 million worth of flood cessfully floods in their areas
; which embraces the damage since 1952. Yet the project all paid for from the District mil-

counties of Brevard, Browsed remains less than 25 per lage tax.
cent complete, with many parts The record shows that a major
Dade
JMP'P1.kHi Trmk .ep'ILMreal. : Glades. Hendry, High

."1...... ................. ................... .. lands, Indian River, Lee, Martin,' of the District still unprotected flood disaster was thus averted In YOU CAN OBTAIN YOUR BUILDING AND
--- I by Project works.
i Monroe Okeechobee, Orange, Os- such already protected areas,
cools Palm Beach Plok St. 2. To conserve as much of the, highlighting the urgent need to

Lucie, Semlnole! and Votusla. excess water during the wet sea' speed completion of such FCD REMODELING NEEDS AT G. & S. BUILDERSIN
,
:. I.: The Army Engineers are the son as possible in such water works throughout the entire 18
counties of the District.
design and construction agency storage marshes as ConservationAreas

: ,.. :: for the project; the FCD accepts 1, 2 and 3, which total OKEECHOBEE. AMONG A FEW OF THE
: from the Corps the completed almost 900,000 acres. This watera
: F.rw.NC.ntr.I'r..a'Fe-no 'I..e'UnIItyW.g.a" : works for operation and mainten ( ) recharges fresh water well Local Sailor
........................'., .........................i. fields (b) is factor ITEMS WE STOCK
cues The FCD Is not a drainage a major In Recover ARE:
: : These authentic 4-wheel drive district, since its functions are, preventing salt Instruction (c) Helps ,

: : vehicles are performance* both the removal of flood waterIn supplies Irrigation needs, and (d> Space Mail

: d : proved over billions of miles, wet seasoos and conservation develops fishing, hunting and .
: : give extra years of service, of such excess water for use in other recreational potent a I., Participating In recovery operotons
: ; : command highlit resale dry seasons. It Is therefore, a among Its benefits II for Navy Commander FULL LENGTH DOOR MIRRORS
: value.With three ppwertake. water control system. At the beginning! of the 196041 Alan Shepard, first U. S. astronaut
: S RUSSWIN HARDWARE
rrmr4 rtrl'jMt'rC-tM
| was the aircraft carrier
The Project financial the FCD was ,
..... ...............:: off points, they operate develops a primary year operating USS Lake Campialn.
labor-saving equipment like system of canals and water 552 miles of primary canals i KENROCK AND AZROCK FLOOR TILE
aboard
control structures. Local ; 510 miles of levees, six giant Serving the carrier was
trenchers, snow plows, Bruce M. Walker, radarman
Jeep authorities must build adequate pumping stations and count.; INTERNATIONAL OIL BURNERS
winches, etc. 'Jeep' vehicles third class, ITEM, son of Mr. and
less other water control
secondary and tertiary water structures.
have maximum payload capacity .i Mrs Clayton F. Walker of Route GLASS TUB ENCLOSURES
VEHICLES MAO outs irwiiirs control systems to tie in with This means constant vigilance
convert waste 1. Okeechobee.
space FCD works to maximum by well-trained crews to
reap
Morons into profitable cargo area.AU The Navy recovery force, com S VANITIES
benefits from the maintain these works against
lent III fen*.mtn.tr.tl...t.d.yl this, plus louitst initial costa primary eye and natural and posed of both surface and air
tern wear damage ,
DEL
units, was deployed down the S -MAR KITCHEN CABINETS ,
Actual construction costs of all other crews to man hte big
MAVERICK Sunday, 7:30 P.M. flight path from Cape Canaveral
111
TUNE works far pumping stations. As one example S HOLLY GAS WALL HEATERS
completed project so the
HONG KONG Wednesday, 7:30 P.M. i and was prepared to recover
have been paid for an a Federal of the scope and usefulness .1 spacecraft wherever it landed.
BRUNING
and State matching base of either of the FCD in 1960, the year i Actual recovery was made by a PAINTS

Gilbert Chevrolet Co. Inc. 85 per cent or 80 per cent of hurricane Donna and tropical Marine helicopter which lifted LUMINALL PAINTS
Federal money to 15 or 20 per storm Florence, FCD pumping Cdr. Shepard out of the water in
Phone ROdeo 2-4231 N. Park St. cent State money appropriatedby stations pumped 471,446,371.420 less than five minutes and transported .

the Florida Legislature. However gallons of water and used 888,174 him to the deck of the aircraft

rr . elfr other costs, such as necessary gallons of diesel oil, 11,965 carrier USS Lake Champlain -
. land purchases make :Flor Ions of lubricating oil and ial'l flagship of the down range

.. .. ida's contribution over 40 per tons of gear grease to fight recovery force. BLUE PRINTINGOUR
cent.

: CENTRAL ELECTRIC In addition, the FeD, by Legislative BLUE PRINT MACHINE HAS ARRIVED AND IS IN USE
: act levies a maximumone
introduces mill tax within the District OKEECHOBEEWELDING ALMOST EVERY DAY. WE CAN MAKE BLUE PRINTS AND
a
This Is spent to operate and to CAN COPY ANY DOCUMENT NOT ON SHADOW PROOF PAPER.
I : maintain project works and acquire SHOPLocated

a I THE FIRST TV ANTENNA works. rightsof-way for new on E. 7th Street I COME IN AND SEE IT. i iI


: EVER DESIGNED FOR : '1bt FCD board baa appointed s fte-men by governing the Across From Harmon's UpholsterySpecializing I

Governor for staggered three

uninterrupted ra year terms, subject to confirmation In $ BUILDERSSOUTHLAND
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by the Florida! Senate. Board DRAGLINE AND DOZER WORK &
top-flight performance In members serve without pay. .

w The board employs an executive -. REASONABLE PRICES

t SALT-WATER AREAS ; l director and under him are ALL WORK GUARANTEEDNO HOTEL BLDG.
engineering, operation and maintenance JOB TOO LARGE OR TOO SMALL
Phone ROdeo
planning, land, legal, financial WE WELD THEM ALL 2.1031 OKEECHOBEE
.
Iny t and administrative> divisions.
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OPEN 7:00 A.M. 6:00 P.M.
FCD benefits and
responsibilities
k r1 r are: MONDAY THRU SATURDAY

1. To protect life and property
against floods. The investment in
aa7CHANNEL
OFFICE RO 6-1781
i the FCD today represents nearly to

$100 million, and has already pre ,
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OkMchobt News, Friday, May 12, 1961 Page 9 In bands usually of 8 to 18, they themselvse with leafy branchesand ''All Men Correction Ben DIxon, Jr., the lifesaving, Joe and her mother, Mrs. DeJUTT:
I
Personal Fitness, Pioneering Holmes Friday afternoon
the Jungles in flowers.It Safety, spent
through
lope nuts is to train chimpanzeesfor Errors were made in last Music Citizenship, in the and Saturday in Orlando where
search of fruits, berries, easy
ChimpanzeesTrade eta as pioneers of apace travel. nightfall, the the stage, because they seem Are Created week's story on !the Boy Scout Nation, Firemanshlp Art, CampIng they called on Mrs. John R.
A chimpanzee has skeletal and leaves. At into to enjoy performing. Peter a Court of Honor in listing Merit and FteMng Merit Badges. "Winnie" Weaver who Is a patient
Bikes muscular, and nervous systems chimps weave branches Taxable'Twoscore Badges. The story should have In the hospital there. Mrs.
do 56
star chimp, learned to separate
similar to those of man. Its re nests and camp In trees. The read: Holmes and Mrs. Weaver are
He eat
For Rockets actions aloft may Indicate how male leader of the family occu acts in sequence. Charles Brown, Firemanshlp VISIT AT HOSPITAL sisters. They also visited otter
down at table, unfolded a nap- and four yearsago
astronaut will respond to similar pies one tree, the females and a in Sanford.
an kin, tucked It under his chin and our fathers brought forth on and Home Repairs Merit Badges: Mrs QuUlie Hazelilef and son relatives :
accept rocket (ravel situations. young another
Chimpanzee went through !the entire routine' this! continent a new misery, conceived
Even In the jungle, chimpanzees -
as readily these days as they Travel In Bands
took roller skates and show traces of the behavior of eating a meal In desperation and dedicated
to Chimpanzees anthropoid
once apes famous to the Go i
Two chimpanzees became proposition that all HER CAP SET
bicycles. For years the talent of the genus Pan, range widely that delights audiences. They for their skill as painters. men are created taXable, Now
ed apes have entertained man over western and .central equa perform crude, stamping! : dances,
Congo, of the London Zoo, preferred we are engaged in a great long
with their antics In zoos and ontage. tonal Africa, the National Geographic pound rhythmically on hollow finger painting. Betsy'scolorful form, testing whether that taxpayer -
Now they are riding rock. Society says. Traveling trees, and sometimes adornYou'll
,
I uninhibited canvases or any other taxpayer, so fora
bore such titles as "Explosion in confused and frustrated, can long
the Lasagna Factory", : endure. We are met on a great LANE
As chimpanzees grow older,, battlefield of that atrueele. We
find variety like this they often become bad-tempered. have come: to dedicate a portion
Performing chimps have suddenly of our Income to the great.
dealers flown into a rage onstage, causes, useless and foolish 1, Sweetheart
Chevrolet
only at your stamped violently and leaped which have taken our money that
down into the orchestra. this Nation might continue to
An enraged adult chimp is support other nations. And yet, In CHEST !
One-Stop Shopping Center dangerous, the Society pointed a larger sense,.we cannot afford, .
out, because he is enormously we have not got, we will not
powerful Though a large male: have, this hallowed money. For L .
e e e 11 .
chimpanzee stands only about the brave taxpayers, broke and ; .71Hi1,1y1ae11r :111s'e a
JET-SMOOTH'CHEVROLETS, nimble Corvairs, the one-and- five feet and weighs some 150 penniless, who paid here, have Cioojovr graduates lent ;'

only Corvette-31 models in all to choose from under one roof at pounds he is more than a matchfor dedicated it far above our poor : from our /huge ,
Chevrolet dealer's. Thrifty full-sized Chev- ;- the strongest man. power to add, subtract, multiply! etection$4 995
your Chimps are IntelligentThe divide, refer to separate ached. starting
rolet Biscaynes, popular Bel Airs, sumptuous chimpanzee ranks as one ule Z etc. C I.
Impalas, six handy, handsome wagons. Agile, _=n t of the most intelligent animals The world will little note nor Each lined with %"cedar, fine cabinet-wood exteriors-beautifully

sure-footed Corvair sedans and coupes and family Confronted by a banana suspended long remember what we pay a styled for contemporary, modem, Colonial, or Traditional tastes.a .
CMEIBOItrIcrri' out of reach and boxes scattered hree, but the Bureau of Internal This is a graduation gift she'll use and treasure all her We!
Corvair wagons. Why not drop in and do near by, a chimp will pile Revenue will never forget i/! we
yow new car shopping in just one stop! up the boxes to reach the fruit. don't. It is for the living ratherto Many of the chests shown below arc
Chimpanzees brought up In human be here dedicated to the unfinished S available In other popular finishes
families behave remarkablylike payments which they .
children in their early years. who made here have thus far
[ S a a a a e a e e e e e e .:5 ,Y / iA
., One such chimpanzee scribbled, so reluctantly advanced. It is
cut with shears and built with rather for us to be here dedicatedto
blocks, showing the same skill the tremendous payments still
as a child of comparable age. remaining before us-that from j'nI '
I :::- The ape even made up games, the examples of these financially
such as pulling an imaginary toy bankrupt we take increased de-
on an imaginary string. Exceptfor ductions for the cause for which b r? w
New f.hs.tHctf BROOKWOOD STATION WAGON language, its behavior closely they gave the last full mesure of r
There art M C.hnroltt wagons, luxurious Nomads-each with cargo paralleled a human child's.A their money-that we here highly -
Iron bir t-wwe Srookwood to. opening nearly 5 ft. across. notable domesticated chimpanzee resolve that here paupers shall
lived in West Africa at not have forked over in valn-
:the turn of the century. Dr. A. E that this taxpayer, underpaid,
Ansorge, an English zoological shall have a new bdrth of lower
A collector, related how he arrived taxes and higher wages, and that No.6274 Maple No. 8201 Oak No 878 UltwoodtIo.
after dark at an African river government of the taxpayer, by
landing stage. As be started he taxpayer, for the taxpayer, I
groping along a faint path to shall not perish from the earth". 1
call on a man who lived in the Ix
jungle, Dr. Ansorge saw a lantern 1'L
moving toward him. The
carried by a young
light was
.
New CORVAIR MONZA CLUB COUPE startled _
chimpanzee who took the
Here's the family man's sports car famed handling ease that sterns from collector by the hand and led
with bucket seats up front and the Corvair's air-cooled rear engine. him to his master. a SHOE



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Shades of the Roaring 20's Is
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and featuring youthful folk angers J
I State, local and Federal
taxes all together have doubled ,rasI +
since 1950 . . Does anyone
Air f-Dooi Sedan think every roDe seems like two
in winter . There's a men's SERENEand
CHEVROLETS GOT MORE OF WHAT IT TAKES haircut house on E. 48th StreetIn

. and that's why more people are merits unmatched in Chevy's field. NYC with only women barb I I II
taking to it.That built-in Jet-smooth And so many more things to like 1 No ess . In the last 10 years,
ride, for instance, with Full Coil. wonder Chevrolet's the most popular exenditure for education has
than doubled: 700,000 new
uspension. Body by Fisher refineon the highway and buy-wayl I more classrooms have dissipated the LOVELYSerenely No.S9t Walnut No.1102 Widest! No tn7 WoIIM

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., officials! wash the feet of the OVER
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News, Friday, May 12, 1961 P,". 11 I the lake. Several limit catches lug to place their chad there. I other embelishmentU by the the warehouse and other areas.A howl an Interest in things around
Fishing News have been taken In the lest few Despite a hurricane last fall land maintenance crew. Sw\.1 limfple and useful job to do I him, and with his limited vocabulary

days, he soy. and dry weather this spring, a three blind children, two with -Sometimes It can mean to a retarded asks questions.,
r I Classified AdsFor I BY EMERSON MOORE thin carpet of grass now coven physical handicaps, and one deaf child that "belongs and is In home economics, an upper

The re-organization of the the entire campus, and palms mute meet with volunteers one needed The case of a big boy level "girl" age 50, has just made
Okeed1 gee Boot dub\ Is good SOMEBODY'S along the drive are beginning day a week. They are learning with a very low I. Q. illustratesthe her first dress. In occupational
FOR SALE -"'53 OcvroJet pdck- news to fishermen In the area. to grow. Some flowers bloom the most fundamental of concepts value of the budding vocational therapy, a teenage girl who onlya
Sale or Rent up truck. Fair cwvjition.: New Conservation has an importantpart CHILD around cottages where local civ. sound discrimination, the program At first, Pete few days ago had broken
clufci. ..Z.o-;' duct J, C. Sit in this organization, comprised la club members hIVe taken a : 'feel" of objects, group aware. merely sat around the cottage play materials giver her proudly .
FOR RENT Furnished nice monds, RO 2-*51. 5-12p largely of anglers Then, By Addle Summers personal hand in landscaping ness At the same time, volunteers wearing a deadpan expression. displayed a ceramic cat she
clean one or two room apartment among the group Is the exchange Fences have been built around are learning how they can Then, he was assigned a housekeeping with glass eyes and realistic
By week or month. Utilities FOR SALE Model A Coupe and at ideas and information; where Publication Child Tnlnlnf gpsclillit.. Nchooli DlTliloaO playgrounds for the younger and fit into an even broader program job. He now smiles, whiskers.
extra
furnished. Road 78, Telephone condition parts, oversized tires, good the fish are biting and on what; Bt.t* VI riurliU more seriously retarded chll-: Mrs. Virginia Hatch, coordin
ROdeo 2-3165. 4-29tf Boy'i School., $225. Can be seen at condition of the boat trails and At the Sunland Training Center ren. ator of volunteeer services, told
Call RO 6-2232. 5-1J Programs on which future me that approximately 50 local
boating waters, etc. Seems like in Lee County last week, I o progress
FOR SALE Three bedroom I in education, training, and citizens: donate from half a dayto
FOR SALE 'M-4 wheel drive an associated group doesn't lie saw what can be done for mental.
frame house, close to school, home life will depend are well three days a week to the center
Jeep for to another much the
parts Phone RO 6-1848 one as as ly retarded children in only one
$3500. Cash. Write Jack Prescott 8-11 average fisherman. year when staff and volunteer underway and already showing Clube and other groups sponsor iilwrIMb
724 Villa Place, Brandon, Dave AUgood set an example at work against time results. 13 of the IS cottages which
Fla.. 5-5 MerchandiseUSED the reorganization meeting last The new center began acceptIng Some of them, like Mrs. BobEaton's have opened thus far.

FOR SALE: 1U acre. $12.50 Friday night! "Big bass are up children in April, 1960. Some sense-tralniog group, are Older and more able childrenget
TV'S pilot projects carried out on a chance to help, and according .
a
down, $1250 per month. Jim the river, he says. "I caught a9vk of the construction had not even ,
GOOD CONDITION limited basis Mrs. Eaton with to the director of vocational G'1
Fowler, RO 24134 days and RO and a 9'i pound bass on live been completed and groundswere ,
the help of hurt Lois Gould, the training, they love it. There are
shiners there the other day.
up and
6-1661 nights. 4.28 sandy bare. lit a
CENTRAL ELECTRIC and GAS We can vouch for that. Eugenelarvey James G. Foshee, superIntend. chairman of volunteers from now 243 children serving as \!
RENT Furnished cabins -Your Credit It Good.. nearby Lellgh Acres set the housekeepers kitchen
FOR Shorty Boyd and tills ent, had recruited a staff of key up helpers, }
electric kitchens. P. F. Evans, SEWING MACHINES writer gave it a try over the personnel, but most attendant's class in an office building left by attendant aides, grounds keep.
724tf DOES YOUR tho construction firm and out era and as assistants In the
Phone 23961. SEWING MACHINE week end using plastic worms. positions remained to be filled ac-
house NEED SERVICING? We Ilv.Or"E We caught: over 50 bass and kepta It was urgent though. that lu fitted with a picket fence and ademlc deportment the hospital
FOR RENT Three room '
DAY Service-90 day guaranteed nice string from 1'4 to lOa accept children immedl ate 1 y. a3ea .e
and. Beautiful sun porch.grounds Newly redecorated. Nice sec parts for all machines. Wealso pounds. Picture In this issue,) Around 1,000 were waiting to get 1

have rebuilt Singers and We missed some good ones, too. into a state supported' center,
tion. RO 2-6096 or RO other new sewing machines. W. The has Into CATFISHHUSH
24178.4Ttf lowly worm come and many of them were In the c ,. .. '
do buttons, buckles, belts and but. his own In the past couple: of South Florida area the new Sun-

FOR SALE: 2-Bedroom house ton holes. Free Home Demonstra weeks, as blue gill and shell land was designed to serve ..I
and lot. Low Monthly payments.Jim Ions.. LEWIS THOMPSON, 132 cracker swarm over the beds. South Florida parents of youngsters PUPPIES-COLE SLAW \ Jea&SPORTSWEA
Walter Corp. Call ROdeo 6- Depot Dr., Phone HO 1-6237, or to Many large catches of the game at the Gainesville center ANDSWEET
1601 or write P.O. Box 372 Okee Okeechobee ROdeo 2-3221. 120tl little fighters have been reported wanted their children closer et am WA' -
chobee. 3-3tf LET'S TRADE MOWERS from both the lake and the river. home. TATERS

JUST CALL ROdeo 24231 today They are taking both wet and dry Today nearly 700 children live
FOR RENT 2 Bedroom house- for a FREE demonstration on flies too. For real fast action at the center near Fort Myers ALL YOU CAN EAT
traDer dean. Call RO 2.3671. over the beds we prefer a sinking
More
your lawn. We'll trade on the are being accepted each AI
S-12,19 rubber cricket, but that is just A'
:
week and will continue to
spot. Sizes and prices to fit your come
our own idea. Maybe you have a in until the of 1.50
MUST SELL $375 and take needs. GILBERT'S"DAVE'S capacity 960 is .
better one. I ,reZU
reached. Through the social
over $15 monthly payments, 5 TRADING CENTER serv
We found that you can get ice department, most tar
tract northwest of Okeecho- parentsnow
acre Box SM OkMchobM
I more strikes from bass, in both tour the center before deck!
bee. Good investment. Call RO Dinette Set ...............$3000 river and take I on a popping. _fly BARLOWFISH
I-=2. 5-12 Desk ..............>.......$i8.0O than on any other bait Youwon't Vfosh'nWecr

FOR RENT 3 bedroom house 20" fan ,........N.N.N..1a.00 land as many, however, unless Skirts ;'
Refrigerator ...........5500 better than
hot and cold: water D. K. McCoy, you are we are.
P. 0. Box 421. 5-12 Baby Bed ............. .....12.00 Seems like they prefer the ATS CAMPON by Jeonle

DAVE'S TRADING CENTERBox "BumWe Bee". LAKE OKEECHOBEE for every gal...
FOR RENT Three ((3) bed. SMOfceechobt Not too much to report from
room and sun porch. Newly dec. *, Florid the lake because of weather con. V1 12 MI. SOUTH ON U.S. 441 every wear!
orated. Beautiful grounds Nice ditlons over the week end. ROdeo 2-4487
section RO 24178. Business Service Judge G. E. "Bo" Bryant comeIn

with a nice string of bass that
FOR SALE: 2'i acres, $2500
SEPTIC TANKS and GREASE
down $25.00 per month. Jim TRAPS CLEANED and Repaired pictures he and a friend. all caught.nice ones.Note Whenwe the :' : : : {

Fowler 6-1661 ,nights.RO! 24134 days and 4.28 RO -Phone Okeechobee RO 2-4724 or questioned as to where he got FRIGIDAIRESERVICE I FREE DINNERWARE ,

RO 2-2071 them he said, "South of here"and that ise
FOR RENT Two Bedroom duplex FOR REPAIRS on Frlgidaire! and waved vaguely to the north t r

apartment. Refrigeration Maytag Appliances call GIL As to what bait, your guess is as \
Call RO 6-1901. 3-10U BERT'S RO 24231. U good as mine. 0 Fast, neat, low-cost With the purchase of any'f: )
Vleve Barlow with John Dor- *
WHITE RIDGE WATER S gal Installation. '
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FOR RENT 3 bdrm and 2 ; FRIGIDAIRE APPLIANCE
83c plus deposit. Distilled water man from Fort Pierce, fishing ,
bdrm houses. Call ROdeo 27341. out from Barlow Fish Camp Mon. C Prompt, courteous,
PARK
,
4-21U 25c gallon plus deposit. 1 in this ad ;
DRUG CO., Phone RO day, came In with 19 bass from skillful service. \&
23Z7L11.13tf 3 to 8li pounds. He reports good 24-PIECE SERVICE FOR B *-t j
BOATS AND MOTORS breem fishing In that section of Frigidairi Precision 1<
MISCELLANEOUSFOR Parts. M .

SPRING BOATING SALE: 1960 250cc Motor. I Advice on adapting EXQUISITE 'fltnt Sat PATTERNLovely
c>'cle. In top condition. $345. or Frigidalre appliances
SPECIALSAVE will trade for car. Call ROdeo enough for "company" dining!
4-28U to your kitchen. Oven-proof...
$275.00 46S2.. craze-proof. White with turquoise, beige, and black
Completely new outfit 15 Call on the folks who'd; color kfr

ft. fiberglass boat with Employment like to call onyoutGILBERT'S accents.GILBERT'S \\

steering, hardware, wind. EXCEPTIONAL OPPORTUNITY Some like '.m ilared..some like '.m
shield and cushions. 40 Reliable man or woman from Phone RO 24231Over pared :rnt th. WeVe got 'em allyYou'll
every skirt style! you want In everynew
H.P. Full Electric Mercury this area to distribute complete fashion color. And like all Jeanfe fashions,
Motor-Starter and !line of cigarettes, candy, nuts or these skirts are practical, too wash without
gum through new automatic vett. worry, need little or no pressing, and won't
Generator complete with dors. No selling, we wW establish We are proud to announce bag or wrinkle-even after a day at the office.
controls, gas tank and that we are xclutlve dtalert
To
for
accounts you. qualify party
Delco In Hill art for Gibson.Norwalk atfMb&se
Battery
must have references and
car, /$ MANY, MANY OTHER ITEMS
List price . . $1524.50 cash capital of $900 which Is secured
MOTHER WILL APPRECIATEAND
Special price . $1249.50 by Inventory. Excellent e Wedding Book TUNE ZENITH TV PROM THEIR EASY CHAIRSIrJ ENJOY
Okeechobee Trailor earnings part time Full time e Memory Books
give phone, etc, Write P. 0. Box
And Resort e GUilt Books
Fishing
156, .Rochester, Minn. 5-12p COME IN TODAY AND
RO 2-4471 e Baby Books 1 ALL NEW 1961

May 5-12-19-26 Com In and see our selection MAKE YOUR SELECTIONS
CARD OF THANKS i ? *
now on display _
Many thanks to all the donors
FOR SALE: Boat and motor In. who gave blood to Mr. Avery, SOUTH FLORIDA 19:2NlrH:

eludes top and windshield. Will and to Dr. Mills for the wonder. OFFICE SUPPLY I

accept reasonable offer. Call RO ful care. Sincerely, ROdeo 6.1551 TV
2.7165.. 4-28tf Mr. and Mrs. Donald Avery

.. ROYALSPhone
FOR SALE 30 ft. 1956 1 bed-
SPACE COMMAND
room house trailer. Call Rodeo with
21230. 5-5.1219
SUNDAY ISMOTHER'S REMOTE TY TUNING ROdeo 6-1281
TRAILER FOR SALE 35 ft *H* ....roll diog plctm; ....... 172 14M. .
American, ore bedroom. 1957 DAY You Don't Get Up of rcton4ular pIC.... .......
Model. Phone 6-1172. Albert v To Tune
Hauk. 3-31p.tf

FOR SALE=Semi Truck and TAKEMOTHER ..... yt :
PRESS A j *.r ,,
trailer. 2953 2 >i ton G. M. C, ahr NOWA
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and 28 ft. flat bed trallier. $750 ';;::1 BUTTONTOTun tcs
Rodeo 2-1644 or 2-6281. 5-5,12 let en n P
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I k T-BoneorClub Steak LB 89c

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\ CHUCK 69c SHURFINE MILK TALL EVAP. . lCANs3c

ROAST lb. BAKERITE

SHORTENING 3 59c
GROUND LB. CAN

k BEEF 3 Ib. |.35 MAXWELL HOUSE INSTANTCOFFEE $1.29

GIANT 10 OZ. JAR
QUICK FROZEN 3.4 LB.
PORK WEBB'S RICE BEST 3 39cROAST MFRESH
39c LONG GRAIN Lb.Pkg. ,
lb.
; GOLDEN HARVESTPRUNE
JUICE 29c
QT. RED BLISS FANCY

Stewing 35( FLAPJACK POTATOES
SYRUP 60c
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HENS Ib. BREMNER'S S LB. BAG 35C

FIG BARS 2 39c
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I BACON Lb. 29'' CHUNK STYLETUNA ONIONSlOc I
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3 19 C
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CREAM CHEESE 10 1 c DOG FOOD Can CRISP LARGECELERY
DOLE 46 OZ.CANPineapple
Juice 4 99c
BALLARDS OR PILLSBURY For
CANNED BISCUITS 3 2SC GOLDEN HARVEST 303 CAN 2 FOR 15'
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TOMATOES 2 23C
For FANCY LONG GREENCUCUMBERS
SHURFINE 300 CanCRANBERRY KOUNTY KIST 303 CAN
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