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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: June 2, 1961
Publication Date: -1992
Frequency: triweekly[<1989>-1992]
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Okeechobee -- Okeechobee
Coordinates: 27.241667 x -80.833056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 82, no. 91 (Sept. 13, 1992).
General Note: "The voice of the Everglades."
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 6, no. 24 (Jan. 8, 1926).
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MOORE Volume 50-Number 45 Oketchobtfl Florida, June 2, 1961 Telephones ROd.o 2-3221 and 24141 lOo Per Copy


Two serious accident within a


the tt-hour tame period intersection last week brought end :at Lake Bill Is Killed Second Mexican 49 Seniors To Graduate I

public attention to the need ofafety
Dies In Train
precautions.! The danger-

GUS corner where numerous accident Just As Expected Auto AccidentFelix From School
have occurred Is the junco Friday High

.
.
tIon of 710 and 70, known as the
Hernandez, young MexIcan -
Fort road Pierce road and Indiantown A bitter seven-week battle fora had the bill passed Martin, injured in a tealn-eutamo- Okeechobee High School Com

intersection. Thus far there fair division of Lake Okeechobee Glades, and Hendry would have bile accident at the Cypress mencement exercises will be I held

have been no totalities at thiscorner ended Tuesday in defeat for profited considerably, also Palm Quarter crossing MayD: died Trailways Bus June 4 and t In the High School

but there bave been nu Okeechobee, Martin, Glades and Beach is a rich, heavily populat Tuesday night in Louisiana Rau- auditorium with 49 seniors to be
merous wrecks F Service To
several injuries, Hendry counties.: ed county, with less need for the ]lerson hospital where he has beena presented diplomas by Supt of

some of them serious, and thousands Palm Beech county, armed road funds !than the other coun patient since the accident. Serve Public Instruction, Omar L. Hunt.
of dollars in property: dam with more voting power than the ties. Palm City
Beach authorities, Hernandez was the second victim Larry Fulford class president

The age. state There is a simple remedy. other four counties, combined, aware that division of the big of the crash. A five.yearoldboy According to John Dishong! Jr will make the acceptance speechfor
should
change the direction will
keep the huge lake and the lake was a fair proposition and Mario Medina, died a few of Trailways the class Beverly Ann Fort

of traffic traveling west, $110,000 in secondary road funds fearful that it would come about, hours after he was injured. There Truck district Service manager franchise has ner Is the valedictorion of the
should a
force ,
cars and trucks to the of the
make a right turn onto SR 70 area lake pays, each announced that loss by area were four persons In the car that been granted to their company to class, and Mary Ann Veasey k
,
year. would be more than regained by was struck by a Seaboard pas- the lalutatorian.
and start latra-state bus service from
come to a full atop beforeproceeding. A senate committee
the sec population increase Pressure in train.Evidence Other class officer R. E.
senger are:
By so doing no car ond to kick the bill around since the right places teems to have Russell Dourer displays a 10V4 Ib. bass that he showed the Mexican Miami to Jacksonville starting Sharon
Tomlinson, vice-president;
could drivers run through the intersection its introduction by :Rep. W. R. saved the day for them, however.A landed in the Kissimmee river This replaces the one car was driven onto the tracks June Okeechobee 1, the, route with to a run lunch through stop Watford, secretary; Alta Let
would
have; necessarily Scott of Martin county this compromise: pushed by Sen. that got away last week into the path of the train traveling scheduled at 11:60 here at the Thomas, treasurer; Linda Leitner
to come to a stop befe>remaking spring, killed it by a vote of 3
Harry Kickliter of Fort Pierce to an estimated 75 miles per bus station. and Beverly Fortner, represent.atives -
a square turn onto road to 2. The bill was drawn over divide the road funds but to let hour. of the student council.
70. Eastbound traffic e only would two years ago by Scott and our Palm Beach county keep the This bus will travel a route '
When the Class of 61 entered
-
turn off 70 on the present short own Representative Allen Markham lake also through: Orlando, Sanford, De-
was thrown
out.
I the first in 1949 there
grade
trip of road on the south side of but was not Introduced So, Palm Beach Truck Burns land, St. Augustine and Jackson ,
county's authorities VL members. the
were 79 Through
the "Wand" at IN intersection Senator Ralph Blank of West er'r ville.
will continue to sit in ,
ttr On U. S. 441 some have dropped out
The Okeechobee News has long Palm Beach successfully delay. Palm Beach (the sheriff's department ryt "s M There well also be a short route years and have in but mostof
some come ,
advocated this change. Now ft is ed the introduction by an unfulfilled and coroner's office), .. A semi-tractor belonging to G2- which will leave Jacksonville at
r the members have been together
asking the state road departmentto promise to the other four and depend on authorities of the :.4 Bland Trucking! Co. of Boynton 2:15: p. m. and will travel to Miami throughout their school

immediately make the change counties concerned that the Palm other counties to perform their Beach, was completely destroyed via Canal Point, South Bay, i

Beach county commission r s duties, to maintain and police by fire 20 miles north of Okeechobee Fort Lauderdale and Hollywood careers.
Many honors have come to the
would meet with their representatives the lake. They will expect to on US 441 about 8 a. m. There will also be connectionsfrom various members of the class

We have pondered et some in an effort to negotiate a save the expense of transportinga I., Tuesday Quick action on the South Bay to Cewiston,
this The seniors from the
length on why the Okeechobee peaceful settlement.It coroner's jury in the event ofa part of Aaron Foy and a mechanic Moore Haven and terminate in Okeechobee year. Chapter of the Nat-

I school system has no school became apparent Tuesday drowning at the far end of the from Tom Foy's Garage In Fort Meyers.
ional Beta Club took active
an
... nurse and we believe that it that the fairness of the lake dl\ lake, or special sheriff's deputies Okeechobee and a wrecker crew Dishong stated that Mr. and in the state convention

would be to the best Interests of vision was not at stake. Voting for special assignments. In Lon from Yee Haw Junction saved Mrs. Wilson will handle the ticket part Merle Hunt leader;

the people that the board of public power was the real Issue Our effect, they expect to reap the I the tractor from the fire. office in the bus station and Pearce was !song .,

instruction employ such a per. share of the. road funds would profits at the expense of the other The driver of the semi outfit that in the neer fcture eight additional Nancy for served as secretary

son. Consequently, being awareof have amounted to some $27,000 counties. had Jack knifed it into the ditcha schedules will be added, the Projects conference,

the increased cost to the little before Sam., when be with all buses being air conditioned ! Helen Reynolds! was secretary of
District LL and James
school board, we made an investigation applied his brakes to avoid a and having rest rooms Dickson
Truss has served as a state officer this
Rolarinns Factory that in front of him
as to the probable salaryof Ed car ran according
McCormick of Titusville
displays a catch of"river" year.
a brained nurse to serve in to Florida Highway Pa-
such a capacity. We found to our Starts Building bass from Underbills Camp. See details in trol Trooper D. H. Dufore, who Calvin Arnold won the area

amazement that a highly qualified Entertain Near Ft. Drum "Fishing News". was following the truck. A short Auxiliary public speaking contest sponsor
ed by the Soil Conservation Service
nurse can be employed on a in the wiring caused fire to break
basis out at the time of the accident, Salutes Poppy ; Mary Faith Davis was selected .
for little
ear-round as as
Construction of Ace Truss Corp. Man Hurt In
YEAR END
but the driver of the wrecked as Homecoming Queen by
$ ,500, less than a tenth of the
$750 raise asked by the state's Anns plant to house a large manufacturing Knife Battle truck was able to extinguish. it Day Efforts the Student Body and named
Rotary concern has been started BOOK HUNTAn
school teachers and When the Foy wrecker, which "Miss Brahman" in the beauty
$700 a
year in the county according to Wil Mrs. Amoret Bratton, presidentand
less than Okeechobe 's lowest appeal has been put forthto had been summoned to the scene, contest sponsored by: the Yearbook -
liam A. Reid, president of the James Leggett was taken into Mrs. Brasher Ard, Poppy
Staff and
paid teacher. The school nurse Rotary dub members did more the parents and students of pulled the truck back on the Judged by Darren
concern and James A. Tuck custody Tuesday about midnight Day chairman for the Okeechobee
con.
McGavin of "Biverboat"
would work the full school than "meet 'n eat" Tuesday our school system to search and highway, fire broke out again fame.In .
year suiting engineer for the firm. The following a knife fight with a American Legion Auxiliary! ,
the field of
night They sponsored return books that might have The wrecker pulled the burning sports R. E.Tomlioeon .
and would be on call at the colored a banquet
said to be their thanks to
new plant is located at Fort man named Yeomans. wish to express Lorry Fulford
school, making regular Inspection ct the Sierra Restaurant, Invited been borrowed or lost over the truck from the highway into aside and
Drum. \eomans was seriously injured all the volunteer workers for the
their wives, known in the business year** Books are easily identifiable road, rib Foy steering the Ted Raulerson were chosen for
of students in both
Columns already have been in the affray was said, but details part they played in this year'sial '
the All Ridge Conference foot
A as "Rotary Anna" and In that they contain the I truck. Within! a few minutes after
schools. The school en-
board will be poured and construction of the were not available Wednesday oboervaoce to voter
tertaied them with School Library stamp < Ftoy l.et.lh..b. todm inil..lfci ...... Hgfft. L j- n-- - I bsiknh.a J J ,.
outstanding *
an
making Jfa budget in me next lank't elooeb '
Initial morning
phase of the plant will be wrecker, a coo gallon of gas
month or two and we urge it include I program. Each wile received finished in a few day. Tuck Th e librarian aroks understandbC exploded. The two wreckers to the parents of the glrto and and breaking rcorda and being
Harold Hancock deputy sherHf. about bo which hove been permitting them to volunteer
boys for
a present tram the
t the services of full-time on
a said He mid the firm bad been hooked to the trailer and pulled
T. w. Oonely, Introduced by who !Investigated the fight borrowed and forgotten, and ask their services to this team.
school doe.Received unable to obtain suitable land at cab.
the
Vice-President Joe benberg, and arrested Leggett, was out of that a search be made for them It away from burning worthy program; Miss Irene Wil
a price his could Senioira have served M lead-
company pay until
The fire burned after noon,
\ town and to leave his Any found should be returned
served as master of ceremoniesand was on llama for her generous donationof
la school
but that build
plans are to near according to Fay ers organizations -
introduced various phases of vacation Wednesday noon. However or a call to the school may war- cash containers.
or in Okeechobee when a site can James Dickson as president of
a awe note In the Trooper Dufore investigatedthe
the program. Feature speaker of reports were that Yeomanswas rant picking them up, if neces made by those
Contributions
mail commenting on an item be obtained. The Okeechobee accident. Student Council; Eddie Downs
the evening was John Johns, taken to an out-of-town hospital sary. Everyone's cooperationwould will
about what newspapers are good professor plant will build pre fabricated who wore memorial poppies as president of the Beta dub;

for Suggested we add a postscript of history and political science homes and at a later date alum be greatly appreciated. go directly into the ,rehabilitation Charles Petty as president of

as follows: "Newspapersare at Stetson University Johns inum products, Reid said. Pres- Cars DamagedAt and child welfare funds of the "0" dub; Bill Davison as
mixed humor and serious
also good to swat things with, thoughtin tatty the Ace Corp is supplying Intersection the American Legion Auxiliary president of the Science dub;
like bugs and elected officials his half hour talk and was one its customers with prefabricated Cancer And You i We wish to thank everyone In Ted Raulerson as president of

and things" of the most popular speakersever homes built to their specifications Okeechobee who helped make the FFA; Mary Ann Veasey at
to before the dub Helen Leola Monroe' instructor
appear In other plants. this year's program possible. president of the Spanish Cub
Local talent carried the balance at the A and M University, Tallahassee
Reid laid this arrangement Sharon Watford, Mary Jane
of the program. A string ROAD TO CANCER was the cause of an
was not satisfactory to his corporation Raulerson. Wanda
Once In awhile there Is a bright quartet, billed as Clayton White accident when she failed to stop Waldron

spot In the life of a publisher. and Associates, played several> and that they wantedto at the junction of State Roads 70 Four Are Hurt Drayton Kilpatrick, Virgil Going,
get in production here as soon CURE IS LONGBy Alta Lee
Thomas
When we receive letters like the numbers They were followed by and 710 Thursday evening about Nancy PeaceDorothy

one below we have a satisfied. Helen Reynolds, who gave a as possible 630.: As Car Overturns Vickers, Peggy Pearce

feeling, a sense of accomplish dance portraying Polynesian Interpretations Both Reid and Tuck expressed V The Monroe woman, driving a James Dickson and Helen Reynolds .

ment: She was assisted dissatisfaction with the attitudeof VICTOR COHN There is a trend toward earlier state-owned car, a 1953 Pontiac, Sunday EveningFour I have served as officer

"Please extend to all the mtm- by Mrs Leon Ytilding, Okeechobee people> "When it This is a time of "high hopes' diagnosis. A New York tumor crashed into the right side of a and library assistants '

bars of the Okeechobee hews Lawrense Terry was next on became public knowledge that we against cancer. registry recently received 4,112 1954 Chevrolet driven by Connie persons, three of them Calvin Arnold and Mary Jane

tan my sincere thanks for their the program with a reading concerning needed "land for a factory development The phrase came from a scientist cases In 1950 only 38 per cent of Johns of Okeechobee, caving in residents of Real Life Children'sHome Raulerson represented the schoolot

unfailing courtesy and cooperation his trials and tribulationswith Tuck said, "prices! one of nearly 50, assembled all cancers diagnosed were early the complete side of the car, at Okeechobee, were Injured Boy's and Girl's State In Tallahassee
had been offered
In handling news and publicity a mule while he was a child went sky high. Land by the American Cancer Society and localized. In 1958 this figure when she failed to stop on road as the car in which they .

for the P. T. A. Very sincerely is Alabama. at nominal prices until I I for a new report to the pub- had reached 49 per cent. 710 before driving onto road 70. were riding overturned during la the bond activities, Allen

Yvette M. Jamewski, publicity The evening was ended with news was released of the propos. Lc The conclusion was that to Both cars were extensively driving rainstorm on a curveat Harden was awarded a medal by

chairman". dancing to the music of a high ed factory. We couldn't pay the I "We know there will be no some extent the message is get- damaged, estimated by Deputy Basinger Sunday afternoon the Bandmaster's Association in

school dance band.Seniors prices asked"They rapid, easy answers to cancer," ting across. Patients and doctorsare Sheriff Harold Hancock, Investigating The Injured were taken to the solo and student directing; Mary
had been offered free
a : emphasized Dr. Harold S. Diehl, learning that cancer curability officer, at between $300 Louisiana Raulerson Hospital in Murrish in ensemble
factory site at Fort Drum but therestrictions senior vice Okeechobee They are: Jerry James C. Woodall is principal
Two BusinessesTo the society's president depends e on early detection, and $400.Mrs.
IIaldThursday accompanying the offer 1 and former University of rapid diagnosis, treatment. Johns was lightly injur- Llnlnger. Stuart; Mary Beth Stanley of the high school, and Mn. Sam

RelocateThe were so strict that they refused -I I Minnesota dean. In more and more fields of td, but did not require hospital-; ] 11, Rosalee Brennan, 19, and Nicholson and Mrs Leon Yield

PartyThe the offer and bought land There will be no one cancer treatment, research men are saying Ization. The Monroe woman was Rosetw Lawson, 13. The girls at lag were class sponsor.
elsewhere In the Fort Drum area. '
Big Lake Press, commercial drug, no one protective shot, no : "We think we may be Justa not Injured. She was charged the Reid Life Children Home

printers, and Ferguson senior! class held a year- one preventive method, he and few years away now from real with failure to yield the right of Llninf.er drove one of two can BRETHREN CHURCH PLANS

Plumbing and Electric both will book autographing party Thursday Mrs. Caulhcn's other specialists emphasized progress." from the Home to a church meet- VACATION BIBLE SCHOOL

move to new locations this weekend night at the home of Eddie There will rather be many methods Often the progress comes a bit way.Deputy Hancock said that in ing at Lakeland and was returning Workers of the Church of the

and will be located aide by Downs Last Rites Held going down many roads. at a time, eo it is never a big, his opinion the Junction needs to Okeechobee when the car Brethren held a meeting May 25

fie in new buildings on Ninth Members of the class attend The treatment of some cancers dramatic story. But Dr. Warren some engineering. A great number accident occurred. Two other at 7;30 p m. In charge was Cal

Street across from the court- ing were Eddie Downs, Helen Funeral services for Mrs. Elizabeth H. Cole, head of the Universityof of accidents have occurredat children in the car, Joe and Josie vin Arnold, superintendent of the

house Reynolds, Bud Johnston, James Cauthen age 82, mother of Chicago surgery department, the Junction, he said. One accident Stanley, twins, 9, were unhurt. Sunday School.

The new buildings, being completed Dickson, Motif Hunt, Nancy hire James McCrame of Okee F1GUT said: 'More advances in cancer occurred the morning following 0 S. Kvlstead, resident director After a discussion on the coming -

by Contractor Clarence Pearce, Peggy Pearce, Bill Davi- chobee died at her home in # treatment have been made in the the above described ac of the home, was the driverof Vacation Bible School, the

Letter, are of concrete block son, Dan Bowers, Wilbur Long, Leesburt following a long Illness past 15 years than in centuries." cident. the other car. He was following selection of teachers, helpers and

construction with plate glass windows Nadean Blount Janet Cross, Funeral services were conducted UBi Surgeons, for example, bave Another accident occurred on Llninger and came upon the overturned refreshment committees vac

and cut atone fronts. Both Mary Murrlsh, Roger Davis Monday at Leesburg. learned to keep many more pa Tuesday morning on 12th Street car a few minutes after made The materials were chosen*

buildings are strictly fireproof Wanda Waldron, Larry Fulford, Mrs. Cauthen was a native of tents alive after drastic operations and Cherokee when a car and a it skidded. Kvlstead took the in- and the date was set for July

Allen Harden, Linda Hardwlck, Cannon, Ga., coming to Leesburg Knowledgeincluding They know more about human truck collided, but details could jured to the hospital. 10th through the 19th, from 8;30

Pat Beecham, Vic Spray Bev in 1925 from Elberton, Ga. Sud- physiology They give their not be released because the polIce State Trooper Hal Moore, stationed to 11:00 a. m. Children rangingin

erly Fortner, Mary Faith Davis, viving are four sons J. A. Cau patients far more care afteroperations had not as yet finished the in Highlands County, Investigated age from 3 to 17 will be welcome -

Baptist Bible John Hancock, Roger: Schaefer, then, Jr, Itolden Cauthen, Edwin ]leukemia Hodgkin'i I Investigation the accident It was announced.
,
Cauthen and Irwin Cauthen
James Alta Lee ,
Elliott Thomas
,
5 disease, breast cancer, lung cancer They work In most cases withan
School June Charles Petty, Mary Nell Wat- all of Letsburg; three daughters,
and stomach cancer re expert MDanestheslologista -
ford Mrs. Estelle C. Spence, Lees
Dorothy Vickers and Sharon
I
The Summer Vacation Bible Watford burg, Mrs. McCranie and Mrs mains discouragingly! difficult. vast advance in cutting opera

School of the First Baptist The class also invited Mike W B. Johnston of Leesburg; a Still, medical science is now tive deaths

Church of Okeechobee will begin EchoU, who went through school brother F. F. Cheek of Lavonia, saving about one cancer patient Most important of all, Cole rA

June 5 and close June 14 Preparation with the class until the last two Ga.; 14 grandchildren and sever In three, said, they have Improved the
The Cancer society said: simple-sounding! matter of nu-
Day when all boys and years. Mike graduated from Florida al great-grandchildren.
and "There are now more than a trition, which means giving surgical
invited to come
girls are Military School Saturday,
register, is to be Friday afternoon Deland. million Americans alive who patients everything from
May 27 at Two Jailed
June 2 at 2 o'clock. have been cured of cancer. By blood proteins to special sugars

each 'cured' we mean they are alive and amino adds.
The school will start day After Brawl
at 8;30 a. m. and last for three MONDAY CHURCH SCHOOLTO without evidence of the disease There are now several anticancer

hour. This school is for ages MEET IN MORNING I I Two colored men were Jailed at least five years after diagnosis drugs None is a cure,

three through 12. Hours for the Monday Church by Deputy Sheriff Harold Hancock or treatment." though In a tiny number of casesa

A very good corps of workers School at the Church of Our Sa following a fight at Luciles Cure Rat Incr..... Yearly cure occurs, no one knows

has been secured and plans arecompleted viour, Episcopal, have been Place in Cypress Quarters, Sat- The cure rate or over-all five- why.These

to have one of the changed, Fr George Cave an. Hancock walked in on the combatants year survival rate is Increasing drugs, however, often

best schools ever, the pastor nounced. The school will beheld J. D. Byrd and Harvey by about one per cent a year, according prolong life and relieve discomfort : Okeechobee Nina
first
The Yearbook for The Faith Davis was
runner-up
Marshall, reported. from 9 a. m. until noon, beginning McKeller, just as McKrtler hit to the National Cancer and pain. And they have produced

Rev.:Rev. Marshall Cooper. will serve as the with the June S session Byrd in the head.with a hammer Institute. in Washington. a sharp increase in the life High School this year sponsored a Dale Powell and second runner-up was

principal. Classes will be held June 5 and Byrd was taken to he hospitalfor Including all cancers, the five span of children with acute leu "Miss Brahman" contest the winner to Merle Hunt. The pictures were submitted

Bible School officers announced June 1Z Beginning June 19, there treatment before he was year survival rate for early, localized : kemia. be chosen by Darren McGavin, star to McGavin in Hollywood who

teat all boys and girls of these will be Vacation Bible School, lodged in Jail. Neither he nor cancers is 64 per cent. Even at best, however, only 15 of the popular Riverboat series on picked the winners and forwarded the

MM will be welcome at the Vacation for one week, ending on Sunday the hammer were seriously in- The rate for late and widespread I per cent of these children survive TV. Chosen for the title was Mary results to the school.
I five
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News, Friday, June 2, 1961 Page 2 IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S action of this court in admitting lion ,29, Township 37 file (lie original in the office of Bazaar Visited CARD OP THANKSWe
COURT OKIEC H 0811 said will ,to probate should not South, Range 33 East the Clerk of Circuit Court of are deeply grateful to our
COUNTY, FLORIDA stand unr voked. according t o original Okeechobee County, Florida on many friends and neighbors for .
The local Girl Scout Troop 4
Okeechobee NO. 231. (SEAL) Government Survey less or before June 26, 1961; other the kind deeds, flowers, cards
NewsEntered made field to the Bazaar
trip
In Re: G. E. BRYANT: JR. the North 50 feet wise the allegations of said Bill a and words of sympathy duringthe
Estate of County Judge.Pub&h YOU, and each of you, are notified of Complaint will be taken as confessed International Saturday, May 27. Illness and death of our husband -
as Second Class Matter July I. 1911, at the Post Office In DAVID W. CASSEL SR. June 2, 9, 16, 23, 1961 that a Suit to Quiet Title by you.WITNESS The purpose of the trip was to and father. Your kindness
Okcechobee. Florida Under Act of March 8.
1879 Deceased The Okeechobee NewsIN as to the above described property my hand and the Seal acquaint the girls with Industries will never be forgotten The
Subscription Price (In advance) per year $3.00 NOTICE TO CREDITORS has been flied against of said Court at Okeechobee, Okee and products of other countries John W. Brett family.
Two Years. |3,00.: Six Months. $2.00. Shorter periods not accepted. All creditors of the estate of THE CIRCUIT COURT Of and you are hereby required you to chobee County, Florida, this 24th !in connection with their international

LAMONTE II. MOORE. Publisher David W. Cassel, Sr, deceased, THE NINTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT serve a copy of your Answer to day of May A.D. 1961. friendship work MARY LEE THOMASMr.
EMMALENE: B. MOORE. Advertising Manager art hereby notified and required OP. FLORIDA. IN AND the Bill of Complaint on the HAYNES E. WILLIAMS Seventeen Scouts made the trip and Mrs. Allen Henry Thomas
PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY AT OKEECHOBEE. FLORIDA to file any claims or demands FOR OKEECHOBEE COUNTY plaintiff attorney, G. E. Bryant, Clerk of Circuit Court accompanied by leader Pearl are parents of a 7 lb 13 01
which \they may have against IN CHANCERY.CASE Jr., Attorney-at.Law, P, 0. Box Pub. May 26, June 2. 9, 26, 1961 Godwin and Bea Bilney and Mrs daughter born May 23. Tht baby
---------- IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF said estate in the office of the NO. 1141 938, Okeechobee, Florida, and to The Okeechobee News, Chester Underfill!. has been named Mary Lee.The .
THE NINTH JUDICIAL CIR County Judge of Okeechobee SUIT TO QUIlT TITLE
HERE TIIEKE CUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND County, Florida in the courthouse RAYMOND: G. WORTH and
FOR OKEECHOBEE COUN at Okeechobee, Florida, CAROL D. WORTH his wife
within elgth calendar months f ftl1
Complainantsvs. o s1x.471a .
TY. IN CHANCERY. f .s _
AND YONDER CASE NO. 1842 from the date of the first publication .
of this notice. Each claim! GEORGE
SUIT TO QUIET TITLE B. CAMP et si T
or demand must be in writing Defendants l T
C. E. also known
BY EMERSON MOORE DRAWDY. as ?- 1 t
CALVIN Df.tWDY, individually, and must state the place of residence NOTICE OP SUIT '
and for the use and benefit of and post-cffiee address of THE STATE OF FLORIDA TO: I tw
SHARON WATFORD the claimant and must be sworn George B. Camp if alive and '
Looks like the rains came, after Plaintiff to by the claimant, his agent, or if dead residence and address'
all. We were all beginning. to 15, his attorney or it will become unknown, Mrs George B. Camp, i 4
despair Some people we never DORA WOOD et al, void according to law.DOWLING his wife if alive and if dead
satisfied, though, no matter what I Dclcr.dant' R. WATFORD, Sr residence and address unknown; '
happens We heard fellow SAM: B CLONTS
a NOTICE OF SUITI Mrs. W. J. Russell if alive and
griping last week because It was \ II IE NAME: OF THE STATEOF WARD S "Bud" GUBLER if dead, residence and address ...._
so dry. This week he* crying I FLORIDA: Executors of the Estate of unknown; Stray R. Johnson, If
because his grass li growing so TO TirE DEFENDANTS: David W Cassel, Sr., alive and if dead her unknown I BASSWOOD GRAND OPEMNG
fast and the street he live
on is I Dora Wood, residence and ad. deceased spouse, residence and address
a mess because of the rain lies dies unknown Publish June 2, 9, 16, 23, 1961 unknown; Mrs. Mray R. Johnson
pot a point there. though Many 0 B. Bowen and Effie Forester TOO Okeechobee News if alive and if dead, her unknown UNIT NO. 2
of the city streets are a mew spouse, residence and address
Bowen, his wife, residence and
When a pJt-'ole big enough: to address unknown; IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S unknown; May R. Johnson, If 3 BEDROOM C.B.S. HOME & 125'x125' HOMESITE
bury a horse fills up with water AND TO: The unknown spouse COURT OKEECHOBEE alive and if dead residence and
to you cant see it, it gives you a FLORIDA address unknown, her unknown
of Dora Wood, If married, and all COUNTY
TOTAL PRICE
pretty good jolt to drive into tt. parties claiming Interest by, NO. 231 spouse, residence and address $4,99500
Most people like the changes In through under or against the In Re: Estate of unknown and Mrs May R. Johnson
veather and seasons. Like dry above named Defendants, or DAVID W. CASSEL, SR. if alive and if dead, residence
weather when its raining, wet either of them. Deceased and address unknown, and 25000 Down $4126 Month

weather the winter when and Us dry winter Summerin in the AND TO; All parties having or NOTICE OP PROBATETO her unknown spouse residencead ((1)) RIGHTS TO PRIVATE BEACH AND BOAT CLUB ON LAKE
INTERESTED address unknown; and if any
claiming to have any right title, ALL PERSONS OKEECHOBEE
summer or Interest In and to the following IN THE ESTATE OF of the above named person be

described property or any part SAID DECEDENT: dead, then against the unknown ( ) PRIVATE CHILDRENS PLAYGROUND
We've got so we don't read thereof, situate, lying and being: You are hereby notified that a spouses, heirs, devisees legatees :::
much in the paper any more but in Okeechobee County, Florida, written Instrument purporting to assignees, or grantees of such deceased 4 ( ) PRIVATE BASS STOCKED LAKE ON PROPERTY
the tunny kheet. The news nukes to-wit: be the last will' and testament of persons; and against all
us mad and there fa noC.bin&Ie Lota 7, 8 and t, Block said decedent has been emitted persons havlnc or claiming to ((4)) PRIVATE ROADS

can do about it. We don't like the 3, South Okeechobee according to probate in this court. You are have any right title or interestin ((5)) PROTECTED GAME REFUGESELLING
and to the following described
within six
vay some of the events are to plat thereof re- hereby commanded
handled We think the Federal cordtd in Plat Book S. calendar months from the date of lands situate and being in the
government is out of place when page 37, public records the first publication of this notice County of Okeechobee, State of
they project: afiroup like the so- of St. Lucie Count}', Flor ( to appear in this court and Florida to-wlt:
called freedom ridcri Its Ida I show cause, If you can, why the NEV4 of NWV. of Sec-

against the law to Incite a riot, ALSOA .
which is the purpose of this triangular tract of
lunch of hoodlums. Yet Uncle land being a portion of
Sam sends troops and U. S old county road extending CONGRATULATIONSSENIOR
Marshall to protect them instead through Lots 7 and 8 OUT
cf throwing them in jail as they of Block 3, aforesaid CLASS OF '61
ihould. Their tactics are definitely Said lands lying and

anti-American, communist inspired comprising: a pert of OKEECHOBEE HIGH SCHOOL
no doubt. They deserveno Government Lot 4, Section
consideration from the Feder 21, Township 37,
e\\ government South, Range 35 East. EVERYTHING
MUST GO
We don't like the Tractors for YOU and each of you, are notified .
Ransom, either It Is a Federal that a Suit to Quiet Title
offense to kidnap a person, punishable as to the above described property
by death if carried over has been filed against you, WE ARE PROUD OF YOU WHO
a state line. The law tries to discourage and you are hereby required to I NO MOREl! I AM 80 YEARS OLD SO I AM
the payment of ransom nerve a copy of your answer to HAVE COMPLETED THE FIRST
for the rtlease of such a person. the complaint on the plaintiffs
Yet the country's highest: officials attorney, T, W. Candy, Jr, P. 0. I PHASE OF YOUR FORMAL EDUCATION GOING FISHING! I QUIT!
Box 608, Okeechobee Florida
give their approval to Cas-
and to file the original In the of AND IT IS OUR WISH ,
\ handed
tro's high kidnap deal. 'i
n'. are about to tin out of placesto flee of the Clerk of Circuit Court ARE SUCCESSFUL IN LAST 10 t DAYS GET YOURS NOW
back down except tight Herein of OiceadiobM: County: Florida THAT YOU, ..\ - ..-.. ... ........,
the U. S. Hope Kruschevdoesn't on or before the 3rd day of July YOUR CHOSEN PROFESSION.
decide he wants to move 1961 otherwise the allegations in Ladies '
into the White House said Bill of Complaint will be Men' Rayon
Then to top it off, our ball taken as confessed by )'ou. LADIES SHOES
teams in both leagues seem to DATED this 31st day of May DUNGAREES PANTIES

Icse more games than they win. 1961. ODD LOTS
HAYNES E. WILLIAMS DRESS AND CASUAL Blue-Pink-White
Clerk of the Circuit Court BLUE DENIM
Memorial Day was a holiday
Smili. Medium Larg.Copp.r .
for some, but not us. We guess By HAZEL WILLIAMS SIERRA INN Rlvlt.d $5,95 Value I
maybe we're glad after seeing Dtputy Clerk 39c Value
Publish June 9, 16, 23, 1961
how many pleasure seekers died 2. $2.97 Value 49c
on the highways Kind of hard to The Okeechobee News Our Price
,
get run over sitting behind a lOc
Our Price Pr.
desk. Seems like a long time ago VESTRY MEETINGThe RESTAURANTLOU 229
Our Puce
when we used to dig a can of I BOYS & GIRLSSHOES
worms, grab a cane pole and regular meeting of the I
start up the creek to spend the Vestry of the Episcopal churchwas and OPAL RILEY, Mgrs. DRESSES
day trying/ to get a mess of sun to be held Thursday evening, Phone RO 6-1461 Downtown Okeechobee
fish and bull heads. It would still June 1 at 7:30: p. m. at the Par
i MEN'S WORK HOUSE AND DRESSY
ish House
be fun. ODD LOTS DRESsEs

--1J--! $2.95 Value
1I' S HOE S


How's the time to have your WE WILL BE CLOSED Brown. Black Our Price 149 ,1. Cotton.$9.95 Value Rayon

Cored Cork ,
Briggs & Stratton engine or 1 00

FOR 2 WEEKS STARTING $5.95 Value MEN'S DRESS Our Price

checked by

our exports t SATURDAY, JUNE 3 TO Our Price 395 SHOES SHEETS

MONDAY JUNE 19
Prtvtfltlv. rnelnt.nenu Blick. Brown. Brown end WhIte
Intriawi wnitt lift br rwn..d CASUAL and LACE.UPS Pillow I Cases
I nod . f Ivti rid iriaKr iiufone*
e( um.bnlr dtMitdabl ..Mntl.it.W $4.95 Value
ff.flk.lUd,u..drnr.d im.ch nia MEN'S WORK SPREADS
ahln.l) ram end factory .thod.,
GH led.n+nnwd wniw h.re Burton Plumbing 275

I PANTS Our Price BLA'NKETSBrown. ,

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GILBERT'SRelaxed RO 2.5591 OKEECHOBEE Gr.y Reg Price
MEN'S COWBOY !t3 off


I $3.99 Value B 0 0 T 5 CHILDREN'S

229
Our Price
dining hereJ4JL $10.95 Value S LIP I PER S



delights the familyWHAT I AFTER JUNE 1 1WE MEN'S RUBBER Our Price 695 Our Price$1.59. Value 29


MEN'S UNDERWEAR
WILL BE IN OUR BOOTS

BETTER PLACE TO RELAX AND SHORTS . 39c
NEW BUILDING ON 9th e I T.SHIRTS
ENJOY A GOOD MEAL THAN IN OUR KNEE LENGTH

COOL, QUIET DINING ROOM. STREET JUST NORTHWESTOF $6.95 Vale SHIRTS . . e 39c BELTS HATS
PAN FRIED CHICKEN STEAKS

BAR-B-Q RIBS SPAGHETTI THE COURTHOUSE. BRIEFS . . 39c SWEATERS TIES

SEAFOOD-CATFISH Our Price 395 AND MANY OTHER ITEMS All At 33% off

STEAMED SHRIMP FERGUSON PLUMBINGAND
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SUNDAY SPECIALS ELECTRIC SALE STARTS. FRIDAY AT 9 A.M.

Open Daily 6 a.m. 10 p.m. 0PLUMBING

Fri. and Sat. 6 a.m. Midnight AND



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PALMETTO RESTAURANTFOR
WEST HIGHWAY 70-0KEECHOBEE, FLORIDA

DAY PHONE . .. . . . ROdeo 6-1595
SALE CONDUCTED BY JOHN A. RASMUSSE, STUART, FLA., AT 70400I
CARRY OUT SERVICE CALL RO 2.5161
NIGHT PHONE .. .. . . .. ROdeo 2.1081 I BUY STORES FOR CASH .
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Page 11 OkeechobM News, Friday, June 2, 1961 Tarnish sealer MINUTES, BOARD OP mously carried to foetal two

Inside wood wads to COUNTY COMMISSIONERSThe flood lights in
. front of the court-
; Classified get one primer coat and Board of County Commissioners house.
Ads one coat of semi \
-gbss of Okeechobee County Motion was made by Rauler!
I paint. Florida met In regular session son, seconded by Herbert and unanimously
i Inside concrete wall to convened Tuesday May 23, 1961 carried to

For Sale or Rent NOW YOU CAN ADD wall get two paint.coaU of PVA fiat at ing 9 o'clock members a. m.present with:the Commissioners follow. typical Osceola section county line on SR South 15 approve to from!the OPEN SUNDAYSFOR

IfNUrAlQELECTIICAM Inside doors to get two John F. Pearce, chairmen Martin county line, as submit

FOR RENT Furnished nice CONDITIONING. coats of enamel paint. H. H. Raulerson, L. E. Her ted by the State Rood Department YOUR SHOPPING CONVENIENCEBy
clean one or two room apart. All Inside work on theabove bert, R. J. Robinson and Charles .

ment. By week or month. Utilities OfUKir, WfXKNStmV specifications !In W. Harvey; Attorney W. L. Hen Motion was made by Herbert
furnished. Road 78. Telephone elude the !large room dry Deputy Sheriff Harold Hancock seconded by Raulerson and ( Appointment) .
unanimously
TO YOUR PRESENT fVMACEINSTALLATION
and the small refresh
ROdeo 2.3163. 4-29tf and Deputy Clerk Gloria carried
,1 1. SI lYw IN ment to send a telegram
room.
FOR RENT Furnished cabins Said bids to be opened Tuesday Ford.Minutes of the pt'eVJous'meEt. to and Senator urging Irlo his Bronson endorsing 1957 CADILLAC '1895
of
electric kitchens. P P. Evans June 13, 1961 at 10 o'clockA. Ing were read and approved. House Bill No 489 support Cpe. .

Phone 2-396L 7-24tf M. in the Commissioner Roomat Motion was made by Herbert Motion was made by Robinson

FOR SALE: 2-Bedroom house the Okeechobee County Courthouse seconded by Robinson and unanimously seconded by Herbert to give 1957 FORD
!
2
Okeechobee County, Flor carried to authorize aright Wade Walker Dr. $59500
and lot Low Monthly payments.Jim ida. The Board a 15 per week wage
reserves the
1 survey on the Oslo Rood to accept
Increase.
Voting Yes-Robinson "l.i!
Walter Corp. Call ROdeo 6- ,
to reject and all bids. <
any 100 ft. right of way from ..
Herbert Harvey
1601 or write P.O. Box 372 Okee and Raulerson.
JOHN
F. PEARCE
chobee. 3-3U Chairman, Board of property owners. Voting No-Pearce. 1957 GMC %-ton. ': '895
IS EASY Motion was made by Router The following vouchers were "
FOR RENT Furnished waterfront ... COSTISLOW County Commissioners'Okeechobee son, seconded by Herbert and unanimously approved and ordered paid:
apartments by week or County Florida! carried to advertise General Fund Warrants 4149 i
month. Utilities furnished See Attest HAYNES: E. WIliJAMS' for bids for Tank and Body for through 4170 in the amount of 1955 BUICK Super 4 Dr. 695
owner Brown House Rd. 78 & FRESH MR the fire truck 297735.
Clerk, Board of
mile west of Okeesimmee Camp CLEAN AK Bill Presley appeared before Fine and Forfeiture. Fund I
Saturday or Sunday morn 6 2-9 County Commissioners the Board representing the Fort Warrants 547 through 551 In the 1953 FORD 2 Dr. $19500
QOOAKA1ROFMCCBZN Okeechobee County, Florida Drum Cemetery Association and I amiunt of 116640.
FOR RENT OR SALE Modem Publish May 26, June 2, 1961
requested that the North gate at Road and Bridge Fund -
hospital bed and wheel chair. The Okeechobee NewsQualifies
the Cemetery be locked to keep Warrants 3211 through 3243 In the
Contact Irene Honslnger, Box 1427 LIVING' cut heavy trucks which have amount of 857895. 1950 DODGE 2 Dr. $15000
or cal; RO 6-1496
6-2U
CENTRAL ELECTRICAND ForSalesmaster been going through the cemetery, Capital Outlay Reserve Fund
FOR SALE 2 Lots with small It was agreed by the Board to Warrants 314 through 317 in the
GAS CO. view this BUY YOUR JUNE BRIDE A NEW BUICK FOR HER HONEYMOON
house, close In. Also other prop ClubTom site and make recommendations. amount of 21025.
erty Including lake frontage Phone 25561LET'S There being no further businessthe
Phone ROdeo 2-7143. Pierce manager of Pore's Board adjourned. I
6-2 Motion was made by Robinson,
TRADE Inc., In Okeechobee won membership
MOWERS seconded unanicously
by Harvey and -
FOR RENT Furnished apartment JUST In the exclusive BuIck
CALL
ROdeo
2-4231 today : carried to Install a culvert
!in SemInole Apartments. Salesmaster Club whose recordsfor Host
ToAuxiliary
for FREE
a demonstration on from Micro road to the
Call RO 6-1496 or Inquire! Apartment lawn. 1960 have just been released
your We'll trade on the Luna, Thompson and O'NetlRoad.
6. S-9tf Membership in the Club, sponsored .
spot. Sizes and prices to fit your .
need. GILBERT'SUSED by Buick Motor Division, Motion was made by Herbert, Mrs. Frank lovely was hostessat Tniyw. H
FOR SALE Is awarded on a basis of points seconded by Harvey and unanimously her home Tuesday, May 23 to
for each car sold during the .
year.A earned to advertise forbids the regular meeting of the Fire.men's
The most complete and TV'SGOOD minimum of 600 points Is re i u44r
I for the painting! of the Courthouse Auxiliary. Meeting was
largest Mercantile Business CONDITION quired for Salesmaster standug.
Annex. opened with a devotional led by
in Oketchobee CENTRAL I Salesmasters receive a gold pin Motion was made by Robinson, Pearl Godwin, in the absence of
County. The store with ELECTRIC and GAS displaying the Buick crest; also seconded by Raulerson and unan- the Chaplain. ,er'
SEWING
MACHINES
almost I a Certificate of Achievement mously carried to purchase war Annie Scott' name was drawn
everything. DOES YOUR SEWING MACHINE suitable for
framing signed by ter cooler for the Courthouse for for the attendance prize
NEED SERVICING? We jive R S. Withers, Buick
Contact P. P. EVANSP. general colored use.Motion Refreshments were served to
0. Box 265 ONE DAY Service-90 day guaranteed 1 sales manager and Gerald M. was made by Herbert, Joan Parker, Wilma Williams, I
parts for all machines. We Millar, director of merchandising
OkeechobM seconded by Robinson and unani Pearl Godwin and Bea Briney.
FloridaNo also have rebuilt Singers another d .
Phone Calls Please new sewing machines. We

May26tf do buttons, buckles, belts and but Methodists
To
ton holes.. LEWIS Free Home Demonstratlons ffet more done. .ffave more /uATtflUUU

FOR RENT 2-Bedroom furnished THOMPSON 132 Hold ConferenceSome
house $53 month Depot Dr., Phone HO 1-6237, or to
per Call 1,000 ministerial and lay
RO 6-2232. Okeechobee ROdeo 2-3221. 120tl
5-26tf delegates are due to attend the /'SUMMER"pTS.. \
119th annual
sessions of the Florida
l AtAfmnn
BOATS AND MOTORS Business Service Methodist Conferenc e In I NlCE M.. :t
Lakeland June 5-9 at the First SUMMER
(w.ure
FOR SALE 13 ft. Boat, fiber- SEPTIC TANKS and GREASE Methodist Church. 001 \\1.1.ig'6I- '. STONE POUR .. .

Class bottom, excellent condition, TRAPS CLEANED and Repaired They will represent the 245- Wl THE ICE IV.'snrs
end -Phone Okeechobee RO 2-4724 or 000 members of ON ICES l
18 JLP. Evlnrude 1958 model 550 churches In *
RO 22071. \CAPADES1!
outboard motor, $225. -see F, D. the geogrphicei conference, which \ (

"Joe" Johnson, Buckhead Ridge FOR REPAIRS on Frtgidaire and embraces all of Florida except :. ZI

6. 2-Bp Maytag Appliances call GIL the extreme northwest counties.! JUNE
WANTED BERT'S RO 2-4231. tf Presiding for the first time at I
Heavy Duty Trailer the annual sessions will be Bishop
Hitch to fit 1957 Chevrolet car. WHITE RIDGE WATER 3 gal James W. Henley of Jackson
Ernest Campbell. Call RO 2-6281 85c plus deposit. Distilled water ville. Formerly of Nashville

62,9BIG 25c gallon plus deposit. PARK Tena, he was elected a bishop ol

DRUG CO., Phone. RO 23271.IM3tl the Methodist Church last year
MOBILE HOME and w* MtJcned to administer
the Jack onviUe Episcopal area
CLEARANCE SALE MISCELLANEOUS He succeeded the late Bishop :LL:: SUBURBAN u ,
John Branscomb 77ZZ d .
THURS., FRI., FOR SALE Threeyearoldgentle TRACTOR
saddle, bridle
SAT. & SUN. Weighs 380 pony pounds. Phone 23221or GREGORY LARUE HOLMESMr. . a p*.di.r, sportier yard and garden tractor. 22 attaching t.
JUNE 1, 2, 3, & 4 27351 dh and Mrs. Lame Holmes of tool make Job aticr to do . easier on yoa. floating rotary
Hialeah are parents of a 7 lb. 4 mower rotary tiler trailing rake and mow plow . for year
Used 8 and 10 Wide LIVESTOCK FOR SALE Registered /. son born May 15. The boy was 'round utility. ExeluiiT all.g.ar power drive . smooth ehlf ling

Angus !heifers, bangs vaccinated named Gregory Lame. Mr and ...sharp turning.Tut dates superb nw Wheel Horse today!Colt
PRICED TO SELL Priced right. Jim Fow Mrs Cecil Holmes ol Okeechobee

MANY AT COST ler. RO 8-1661. Box 1537 Okee. are grandparents.The .

FREE Bel Air Awningsor chobee. 6-29 O. K. GARAGEPhone
I Altar Guild of the Episcopal ,
WANTED 4 or 5 String Banjo
Carrier Air onditioner church will meet Wednesday, RO 2.5441 If No Answer RO 2.5291
used. Write Okeechobee News, I
with every 1961 Dept. HL giving price. dh June 7, following the 9 a. m. service U.S. 441 2 Blocks South Rt. 70 OKEECHOBEE

Mobile Home.SARASOTA famous

MOBILE EmploymentHELP

HOME SALESCOF WANTED MALE. If AT BELOW COST I
GOING
SEBRING you are ambitious,, over 21 years &\lrf Ill @
of age, have a car and want an :.
2 Miles South of SebringOn opportunity to make $100, writeE.
Whirlpool
Highway 27 Corp, 707 Orange Ave., Fort
Pierce. 5266.2ypU1 ;
Just South of Homes TIRES

AIR CONDITIONER


SPRING BOATING n k Y' y,4 f, 4

SPECIAL .,;
SAVE $275.00

Completely new outfit 15 S WHILE THEY LAST

ft. fiberglass boat with

steering, hardware windshield I

and cushions. 40

II.?. Full Electric Mercury FRIGIDAIRESERVICE I
Motor-Starter and AS LOW AS 189.95 85 I

that is
Generator complete with I

controls gas tank and I $ I

Delco Battery, C Fast, neat, low-cost $10 WILL DELIVERCools I

List price . . $1524.50 Installation PLUS TAX

Special price $1249.50 C Prompt, courteous, I AND OLD TIRE

Okeechobee Traitor Wilful service.Frigidain .

And Fishing Resort
Precision tee I
RO 2-4471
Parts """ """" ')It"'l' !
May 5.12.19.26

Advice on adapting 4 1 f f t

FOR SALE 30 ft. 1956 1-bed- Frlgidalri appliances tire sale right
Our big -going on now-pro
room house trailer Call RO to your kitchen.

2.1230. 5.5-26,6-2 ,7. aa aaa a a a r a.. aa+.. vides with a wonderful opportunity to
Call on the folks who'd aaaar a aa sec as aaaa.aaaa you
FOR SALE 18-ft. Shoup LapS like to call on you I
atrake. New. Will handle 75 HP. equip your car with quality tires at low prices!

One-third Indlantown off Marina Call Capi LV Manchaat 7-2271. GILBERT'SLEGAL . During this sale, we are making attractive

5-19, 6-2 NOTICE ry : low prices on all sizes of our famous ATLAS

ONLY $430 for my equity in 33 x
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
tires both black and white sidewall with
ft. modern trailer 1957 American that the Board of County Commissioner -
Albert Hawk, Phone RO 61272. .
of Okeechobee County
BIG trade-in allowance Trade andS
a . now
Florida
will receive scaled
FOR SAL&- Boat trailer. Bargain ,

Rodeo price 27163.Frank Arthur, phone M9tf bids Annex for accoroding painting the to Courthouse the follow save! . Don't miss this opportunity to replace

Ing specification: rubber with tires.
risky safe
All exterior block surface in hot weather I Heats In cool wtatherl ..
MerchandiseDAVE'S to get one coot 01 -1 .
rubber base Vinyl paint More cooling power without that noisy

TRADING CENTERTV except the new bathrooms roar cleaning I Quieter, dehumidifying more effective air-in in cooling heat. MEW LOW PRICES ON ALL SIZES
which will
and Radio Repairs get two log, too. Thrifty to operate. Thin and

Phone 260U cods. 10W., CM-KX*-!.,...SHI
Dinette Set .... ........ ...$35.00 All old exterior wood to -- 'STANDARD

Desk .. ......................WOO get one coat of outside
"
j 20" Fan ..................$18.00I gloss paint and.aU new HAYES STANDARD SERVICE OIL
I Refrigerator ,............ .$55.00 wood to get one primer Central Electric & Gas Co.

Gal Stove . .. ..... .. . tfOW coat and one gloss coat. HANCOCK STANDARD SERVICE )EALd
DAVE'S TRADING CENTERTV Inside ceiling to get
and Radio Rtpalrs one coat of platinum

Phone 2.6025 paint and one coat of



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SWIFT PREMIUM GRAIN-FED HEAVY STEER-CHUCK JUMBO FRESH ICEDShr'PLb,98c


Steak 49c

lb. +
AY g .
FRESH HAW GROUND z",+ 4 SMALL PIG HAN MIATY-IPARI


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PREMIUM GRAIN FED HEAVY STEERCHUCK
FARM FRESH

ROAST 69C
BONED AND ROLLED LB.

LYKES SUGAR CREEK

SLICEDFRANKS I A( 0 N 1 LB. PACKAGE 49c LARGE FRESH FANCY .


SUNNYLANDS 2 LB. PKG. 89 CORN

6 29C
SHURFRESH SHURFINE PLAIN SELF RISING EARS
Canned Biscuits 3 Cans 23c 1:
LARGE FRESH

CATSUP IIBBYS 5 for 89C FLOUR CELERYTOMATOES

DMLMONTIf-303 CANS
FRUIT COCKTAIL 4 99c
_ _for 2 FOR 15C
ROYAL 46 OZ.CAN GIANTPineapple :
Juice 4 $1 1 LB. CELLO PKG. J
SUNAID PUNCH-GRAPE-ORANGE for 5 Lb. Bag 2 9 C

FRUIT JUICE 39c
_ _/2ga.bonie,_ I
KLEENEX 19 C ,
DADS EACH
32 Oz bottle .. .. . 21c Towels 2 35c t.
ROOT BEER /Gallon .. . .. .39c Paper for
FRESH GA
DIXIE LILLY Roxie Dog Food 3 for 23c
Meal or Grits 5 Ib. bag 39c ARISTOCRAT PEACHES

GENUINE CANESYRUP Charcoal Briquets 89c .
24 Oz . . . 34c 201b.bag 2 LBS. 49c
FLAPJACK 43 Oz. . . . 60c SUNSHINE I I
Vanilla Wafers f 29c f ;
SEALTEST 12 Oz. Pkg. HADE
ICE MILK All Flavors V gal. 45C SUNSHINE MANGOS I
Mints 19cMILK
SHURFINE Dainty 6Vl Oz. pkg.

FOOD KINGOLEO TALL CANS 3 for 37C Super Suds Large Box 30c LB 29c b

,In Quarters 2 Ib. for 35c TREND Giant Box 49c LARGE FANCY
64 TEA BAGSTetley GIANT BOX BELL
Tea Bag Sale Only 69c AD For Automatic Washers 66c PEPPEREACH
SHURFINE PLAIN or SELF RISING MISS MARGIE WHITEBREAD
Alka Seltzer Reg. 54c Only 39c 14 Oz.: 2 for 25c 5C


WE LIC,INVITE TO COMPARE YOU,THE PUB.OUP E D D I E S .. .'-PRICES CONGRATULATIONS CLASS OF '61

PRICES, QUALITY AND ADVERTISED from
CLEANLINESS WITH THF S Mitt GOOD THROUGH
LARGEST CHAIN STORES! uper p SATURDAY, EDDIESGROCERY
ANYWHERE. JUNE 3rd ; and
_OPEN r _SEVEN DAYS WEEKLY FROM A.M..TO 9 P.M. MARKETCOPELANDS


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Future Farmers The following persons received TheHma Flfrbrd Farm nest
award or special thanks for fcs-Cene Metter on, $25 Sa.,.
Holds Annual outstanding accomplidnnend or toes Bond, by FlorIda Ford Tractor
contributions. Co. Farm EBectriflcoUon: ,
BanquetBy Star Chapter Farmer Awardby Marvin Perdou, $25 savings bond

LICHTSEY Hector Feed Mills, first place, by Florida Power and Light Co.

The Okeechobee Future Farmers I Calvin Arnold $15; second, a tie, We wish to thank all of the organizations IDhe {@kteihnbtt Nftus
of America Chapter held It.tI I with CM COHbreth and James Elliott and individuals who
have contributed their finances
annual banquet May 23 on toe receiving $10 each. Star ,
school (ami. It we held In a: Greanbend by Mr. Advisor, first, labor, guidance and cooperatedwith
melt oak hammock which Ia being Bucky Hitchcock. Essay contest, us In other ways, making it I
developed for a permanent by Erward Grain Feed Mills, possible for the chapter to havea Pg..7 Okeechobee News, Friday, June 2, 1961 Price lOc-Phone R02-3221
picnic area by the chapter. The tint place, Alec FuUord, $la; prosperous year.
second, Calvin Arnold. Chapter We wish to give special thanks
letting the area was Ia bordered appropriate on all In tides that Public Speaking, by T, W. Con. to the Board of County Commissioners Club Discusses Completes Douglas-Brown I Boat Club Hears Talk

with agricultural enterprises with ley, first place Calvin Arnold; for digging the pond and I
for the 80 of Installation Training Seniors High I
fat cattle crazing the tender second, Gil Culbreath. Dekalb reserving acres
grass. A newly! constructed farm Agricultural Accomplishment, !land Joining the School Farm for Luncheon Baccalaureate services' will be
1 f4'. Advisor, Calvin Arnold. our use. These two acts In our On Power SquadronThe
borders >
pond another tide of the held Sunday, June 4 at 8:00 a. mIn i
behalf have made It possible for Garden Oub members met last
picnic area. Everyone expressed Honorary Chapter Fanner Degree the school cafetorium, for the
appreciation at being 'able to attend were given by chapter officers. us to continue: our growth In Thursday at the home of Mrs graduates of the Douglas Brown ,
a banquet held at !the farm They are as follow: Ar- the cattle business. Pearl! Eddlngton for their regular school. The sermons for these reorganized Okeechobee. Junior navigation and navteaUon.
Boat Club held its second meeting With the completion: of ttUcoors.
Our cattle number SO heed, of
We In the Hayes, business meeting. Plans
Chapter believe it Is thur Raulerson, Virgil events are usually delivered by
which 31 belong to the chapter, were discussed for the Installation at the commission room In one may pilot the Queen
in of merit by chapter
keeping with the certificates
space age to local ministers In a rotating man.liei'
from New London
and to Individuals the courthouse: Thursday night, Mary York to
the other 19 belong luncheon Mrs Robert Me-
bold the Lottie Raulerson,
banquet In the open. president-Mrs. The Rev. J. W. Dean, pas
he said. He conducted
questionand
attended a
About 20
Fifteen of the chap serve conducted a quiz on the May 25.
tor of the First Baptist church,
ters 31 head of cattle: are brood common and botanical names of, Leonard Berger, acting commodore answer session after the
will deliver the message Sunday to order talk.
cows various Florida plants. called the meeting
IT IS UNLAWFUL FOR ANY Mrs. Eddington served refreshments .1 morning.Commencement exercises will at 7.!SO. He called on Dr. HOT- By-law for the dub were read
Workers of home made' cookies ton to introduce his two guests, and discussed and some changes
Willing be held at 8,00
Tuesday evening :
nuts and'cekes. .. E. G. Motfett and Bob E Pots- made. They will be re-read at
In the school cafetorium. The en-
PERSON OR PERSONS TO Class MeetsThe One visitor, Mrs. Kate Paige, : lire program will be carried out ell of the Fort Pierce Power. the next meeting June 8. The
attended the meeting. Members Squadron. PodseU gave an Informal club will become official July 1.
Willing Workers Sunday by the seniors, with the exception the squadron, to dues, W
present were Mrs. Margaret talk on power Members wishing pay !
ENGAGE IN BUSINESS School Class of the First Baptist Johnston, Mrs. William Preston, I of the awarding of diplomas, Inviting members of the Okee a year, may do so at any meeting -
,i which will be
: done by Superintendent -
met 30 at the
Church
May Irs. B. H. Moon, Mrs. Vernon )$:'" chobee dub to attend classes In Thirteen members paid up
Omar L. Hunt.
home of Lucffle PurseU. The devotional Reeves Mrs Meserve, Mrs. John. ..;;,p1 ,\, Fort Pierce A 13-week course at the Thursday night meeting.
School officials have extendedan
UNDER A FICTITIOUS from Ecclesiastes 3:1.11: Roe, Mrs. EX B. Davis. Mrs. Joe' ;;.-.';' invitation to the public to attend will start in September, he said, Berger reported on a letter
was read by Eleanor Harden. Galbraith and Mrs. Ernest Ev I Ia f'it these exercises. and several members of the club sent to the Army Engineers requesting -
Prayer led by Ruth Cone ;: of
was ns. : m plan to attend Ten members that the mouth of the
NAME UNLESS THE NAMEIS The main discussion> was on The president, Mrs. Meserve, 1 1 bArmy the local club must pass an examination river be cleared. He was told by
prayer and visitation Eunice Do- vm announce the date and ar- before Okeechobee letter, that it could not be done
man was elected publicity chair ingements for the Installation Nurse (2d 1 Lt) Ella L. Big Three may apply for admittance as a at this time and would be in the
REGISTEREDThe man and Dorothy Watford, assistant luncheon and will notify dub Fletcher, 21, daughter of Mr. and Little League subsidiary of the Fort Pierce Kisslmmee river project.

secretary.Present I members. Mrs Alfred J. Fletcher, Sr., of squadron Plans for a ,river cruise Sun
were Ruth Cone, the Pahokee There are 292 Power Squadrons discussed. The meetingadjourned
recently completed the Play BeginsColored day were
fictitious name statute) was changed by the teacher, Home Walters, Ora YOUTHFUL nine-week military nursing! orientation In the United States, he said at 11:45: p. m.
1951 Legislature and The Okeechobee News has the Robertson, Margarita Marshall, course at Brooke Army teams participating in with 63,000 active members. The

necessary forms for proper registration and adver Berniece Hayes, Eleanor Harden, CHATTER Medical Center, Fort Sam Houston Little League play this year are Power Squadron originated In
Dorothy Watford DeRita Wat Boston!: in 1914. The idea caughton
tising. Texas. The course was designed as follows: the Warriors, from
ford, and one visitor, Mrs. Julia By MARY JANE LEFTER and other organizations were Quick Drying
to provide essential train the Boys School; the Tigers, being
.
The charge for advertising the notice the necessary Phillips. Closing prayer was led The "Teacher of the Year" 01the ing for newly commissioned! sponsored by the Okeecho formed, until the present powerful .
Eunice Doman. school chosen the Latex paints are Ideal for the
by
by : high National organization came
four times 1500. Army nurses, stressing clinical bee Hardware and Hunt Bros.
student body, was Mrs. King. Into being. The course teaches "first time" painters. Latexes
procedures In the
treatment of Grocery; and the OkeeNews,
As amended by the 1951 session, the law reads Carol Williams The Junior Senior Banquetand battle Injuri s, care of combat sponsored by The Okeechobee equipment and governmental regulations are ordorless. dry very quicklycan
Prom was held Friday, May exhaustion rules of the nautical be used on previously 1 painted
as follows: and preventive medicine News. The Warriors are coached
T. W. ConelyTo 26 at the high school cafeteria procedures to detect health by Ernest White, the Tigersby road, seamanship, safety, the woodwork as well as on walls
Scary Nell Watford was chosen Mariners aids to navigation and all painting equipment and
"It shall be unlawful for any person or persons, hazards and avoid epidemics. Lawrence McKenzie and the compass
Wed June 11 by the Juniors to be the charts and accidental smudges can be
prom and piloting army
is defined herein, to engage In business is herein Lieutenant Fletcher Is a 1957 OkeeNewa by Ernest Kenty.
I believe rtally and aboard washed with plain water.
queen. everyone manners customs
defined, under a fictitious name as herein defined, Miss Carol Williams and Thomas enjoyed themselves.The graduate of Baker (La) high I Standings are: Bird lovers can make their feathered
W Conely, Ill, whose engage- school and a 1960 graduate of ship.With
without and unless said fictitious name shall be friends at the
Yearbooks finally arrived Teens won lost the completion of the happy fame
ment was announced on March Charity Hospital School of {Nursing.
registered with the clerk of the circuit court of for their and everyone is busy sign. Warriors ...................3 0 course a person will be able to time brighten up the backyard:
31, have set the date I
the county where the principal place of businessIs for Sunday, June 11. log them. They are sure nice. Tigers ....................1 1 sail from the Florida! coast to I by making: bird houses and feed
marriage .. .. . ..... colorful with coat of
Congratulations, Mary Faith, on OkeeNews .0 3 the Bahamas or elsewhere, With ers a quick
which registration shall consist of filing with the The service will be held at the
being! chosen as Miss Brahman You may live through 1961 if The Tigers are in need of additional accuracy and safety, Polsell said. enamel. This little paint projectis
clerk aforesaid affidavit all Interested Havana Baptist church at 4
an signed by Awards Day was held Wednesday you continue to drive carefully. sponsors If anyone is interested An advance course is available to ideal for teenagers When
persons, stating under oath the names of all those I o'clock in the afternoon and Invited all in die auditorium for the and watch out for the other lei they may contact Daniel squadron members teaching advanced they become restless on rainy Sat
friends and relatives are
interested In the business enterprise, the extent of Miss Williams Is the daughterof high school students low. Delagall, or call the News office seamanship and piloting, urdays."Haclcocfc .

, the Interest of each, and the fictitious name under Mrs. Dan Smith of Havana

I which said business is carried on. Said registrationmay and the groom's parents are Will Treat You Right"Bodcock'a

not be made until the person or persons desiring Mrs Martha G. Conely and T.

to engage In business under a fictitious name W. Conely, Jr., of Okeechobee. . 1

shall have advertised! his or their Intention to register
SCORE HIGH ON STATE TEST
said fictitious name at least once a week for four Seniors at Douglas Brown The Annual

((4)) conseeutve weeks in some newspaper as definedby school averaged 351 points on During

law In the county where said registration Is to the state twelfth grade testing

be made, and said registration shall not be acceptedby program. The state average te SprinLand Summer
Mercedes Leach class valedictorian
the clerk of the crcuit! court receiving .
except upon scored 413 Detail 'l'arfoJar **w- >< u -* af"Lower WBADCOCK
proof of such publication." Is salutatorien. Other seniors

are Joe Leech and Untta Dev 1e.j

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GLASS DOOR ,".nor W"nu'M.M6 fr.nma..... PURCHASE PAY $I.2S A WEiKI

BOOK CASES .. : ,:; ...... High Grede Tepettry Cover combined
mainsIANh rn wd Ltr '" a and trim. Lang wearing eerpot. Tweed pat-
roc with bow a ...reI, ae.... .orl". with ooiy-to-alcan plattic ermi
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Open Friday and Saturday Night Until 7:00 P. M.

OPEN EVENINGS B Y APPOINTMENT

_, PLENTY OP FRS E PARKING SPACE

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N.. s, Friday, Juno 2, 1961 Page 8 I I openings for two Umfemi Chairman, Board ot place of residence and post office SUMMER CAMP
u I tail lights and two directional! County Commissioners address of the claimant! and shell The Florida Forest Service: end DINNERWAREi

bottom in which pump auction lights set in so that >fights> Okeechobee County, Florida be sworn to by the claimant, his forest industries of the state sponsor FREE
Legal NoticesLEGAL line and drain line Is to will be flush with surface of Attest: agent, JUt attorney, and any such a aummer forestry training
NOTICE be connected.: % 'xt" steel dropcheet Step on beck of HAYNES E. WMJAMSClerk. claim or demand not so filed camp for Future Farmers of America
body to extend full width of Board of shall be void. members at O't eno State
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN side rail to extend aloof! the
that the Board ot County Commissioners I outside edge of top of tank body and to be a U" from County Commissioners FRANK C. WOOD Park. The camp is the oldest of WRh the purchase of any I ;
ot Okeechobee County along! both side and rear. front to rear. To be constructed Okeechobee County, Florida As Administrator! of the Estateof Its kind in (he nation and has an
Florida will receive sealed Top of tank to extend out of %" Odto plate Publish May 26, June 1, 1961. Kenneth A. Wood Deceased. annual attendance of 250.ARfl. FRIQIDAIRE APPUANCE
distance with W :x 1" x I" ancle' The Okeechobee News Publish May 19, 26, June S 9.
bids for the following: over sides of tank a In this ad
iron frame welded to outside
Water Tank, Body, Pump, of 2" on each skle.! Two The Okeechobee News.
ptablnfl, and Power TakeOff inch galvanized pipe Hue to edge.: Body to be fast IN THE COURT OP THi COUNTY IUEOE... rGB'EXQUISITE
ened to !truck frame with
to be Installed on Inter- be run from sump to power JUDGE, OKEECHOBEE,
V x 2" x 2" ar Ie iron SPEEDY
national Model B160 Chassis take-oat pump with two inch FLORIDA, IN PROBATEIN
furnished by Okoechobee brass wheel-type start aft brackets, tour on each aide. RE: Estate of Though a porcupine moves Xtt
valve therein, and two inch Metal shim of appropriate KENNETH A. WOOD slowly by nature, it can run as PATTEffll
County.TA."K galvanized tank drain anddratteuct.kMI thickness to be installed between Deceased. fast as a man for short distances,
:
truck frame and tank. Lovely enough for "company" dining10ven-prole..
be constructed ot 9 line to be run To Alt Creditors and Persons
To One inch brass pipe railingto IAEI R09R fNl craze-proof. White with" and btaeft
gauge or heavier anti-corros- from pump-suction line to the Having. Claims or Demands _Cue Tier dears StyM turquoise, beige,
be Installed on at toast
Ivt steel plate of the type outside of frame of chassis Against Said Estate: color
shown as Republic R-5O, or with two inch: brass wheel. ml" x 4% brass mounting You and each of you are hereby accents.GILBERT'S
Its equal. Tank to be of at type shut-off valve attached brackets attached to top of notified and required to present .
least 450 galloni capacity. to end with two inch. by X tank. This railing to extend any claims and demands NEW LATEX Phone RO 2-4231
full /length of tank and downto
All metal work to be welded ft. hard suction: hose complete which you, or either of you, may FASHIONJAWNWOS FLOOR
top of step on rear of body ENAMELCAN
with strainer. Brass
Tank to extend from a have against the estate of Ken
point approximately three quick coupler to be attachedto end to extend across rear neth A. Wood, deceased, late TAKE IT! REGISTEREDANGUSHEREFORD
inches to the rear of cab of shut-off valve and suction! top edge of tank Two heavy of said county to the County Judge ft &OOWOODSI

chassis, to a point flush with hose. Filler and dischargeline ed steel tow hooks to be install* of Okeechobee County, Florida, ......, ".. "."."" TVFFGARD
at front and
one on rearof
the rear end of the chassis to be piped through at his! office in the court house LOW COSTI
frame and extend from out- chassis frame and up outside truck frame. Brackets of said county at Okeechobee DONALD MACK J
for axe to be installed in location -
aide to outside of frame of of tank near front corner Florida, within eight calendar c.JrDonald AND BRAHMA
of tank. Frame to be reinforced as directed by the Perfect for
chassis. Height of tank to be months from the time of the
not lest than two inches below with heavy steel County. Truck muffler to be" first publication of this notice. Mack Polio Garage Porch BULLS
removed and 2
the bottom edge of rear plate at point where pipepasses straight Each claim or demand shall belo Breezeway laundry
exhause installed
window of cab. Tank to be through frame. This pipe supported writing, and shall state the Phone 2-3821 .
by four banger brack Brushes cuss/ In
baffled with three baffles line to be of 2" galvanized soapy inter
width-wise and one baffle pipe to a point on top of tank ets. Dries dust.frn M one hour FOR SALECALL

length-wise. Baffles to be se near front corner where a 2" CABINETS ANDOOMPARTMEVTS e Resists artISt,
cured to Inside of tank by return shall be installed from BEFORE STORING YOUR WINTER CLOTHING el and gasoline/

WtW angle ton. Tank to this line back b Into tank. Two enclosed waterproofcompartments i toy to applyBenjamin
have 8" wide! by S"' Deed This return to have a 2" of equal size N

filler hole In top with easily brass quick opening mlve. to be constructed along right Have Them CleanedSPOTS IJ&. CHARLIE FREEMANOffice
removable cap. Cap to be Discharge line shall be reduced side of tank and extending Moore paints
RO 2.5561
made to fit Inside filler hole to 114" galvanizedpipe along walkway Compartments .
sleeve. Tank to have 12" at this point and con to be all steel construction BURGESS SUPPLY Residence RO 2.5021

wad by S' deep sump in tinue across the top of tankto on a 2" x 2* x 2' BECOMJTSET THROUGH COMPANY
opposite side of Tank. angle iron frame with proper -
Following. items to be installed hinges and latches for opening OXIDATION (AGE)

by bidder in discharge: and closing Double FOR SALE J. R. LEONARD
Makes Mowing line on top of tank as specified doors to be Installed on) each I DRY CLEANING KILLS ALL FORMS Ok eec h 0 b ee
by the County. One 1%" cabinet so as to open outward Well & Pump i
11 Lots in East
A quick-opening gate valve, and to be made as OF MOTH LIFE Complete ,

two V quick opening gate water proof as possible. Top Okeechobee

Joyride valves, one pressure relief el compartments to be of THE NOMINAL COST OF DRY CLEANING $175.00
valve. These items will be H" floor plate and to extend Phone: 8472012 in service 60 ft well
furoiihed by the County. the full length of both compartments MAY SAVE THE EXPENSE OF
't3 HP 12 Gal. Tank
Hale 100 G. P. M. power combined. One Kissimmee, Fla. '
take-off pump to be installedon open-top compartment along REPLACING YOUR CLOTHING RO 6-1848
S' channel iron bracket walkway on left side of R. W. LASITTER, SR Guide 'on
No. 441
welded from side to side of tank to be enclosed for a I
t frame and connected to distance of 20" only from CALL RODEO 2-4691 .
I
1 t power takeoff by 1\" steel the front end of the compart

power take-adf shaft com ment. Top of this enclosure
plete with universal Joints. to be V" floor plate. All OKEECHOBEECLEANERS HOOVER SALES CONCRETE

1U1 e111ruzu. This shaft to be slip-joint compartments to be 18' SEPTIC TANKS
type and Installed in accordance high and 15" wide. Top FINLEY JEWELERS AND SERVICE

SUBURBAN TRACTOR with Hale Pump Company edge of open compartment GREASE TRAPS
apecJlic:l1lona. Pump on left aide to be finished oft at

Cmtir'miinttd rot,,? mower"loots'orugnrnlwehlstlpl will be furnished by Oke- with split pipe from front FLORIDA Watch Repairing" INSTALLED
chobee County to rear of exposed edge of OKEECHOBEE CENTRAL ELECTRIC
ItS/ti/l fur ntfwtfo/ f'Irii;rs aIde panel. *
BODY: Clock
trittupunrtitpiri.li Repairing CALL
AND
GAS COMPANY
Whnl Mom took/ lntMt Tamp Walkwajs on each side of PAINT
tulle/ ,nlirjr truck to be constructed of All steel work inside and ROdeo 2.1391
Ring sizing! here In store
tiller' ,.row V floor plate and have out to be painted with one Rodeo 2-4724
<
Phone 2.5561
rtu'imfA11; W x a" outside stripjittach- coat of No Rust Primer or All work Guaranteed

oaf >i. ..... ed thereto. Walkways shall its equal and all outside surfaces ON CALLa
run full length of body. to be painted two coats
. Watches .Diamonds
"of\'>the eel Hone largest makes lawns.short You sport turn Walkways to extend outward o< enamel matching paint on ... -_....- SEE ME FOR YOUR B-LOVEL ,
from tides vl Lank to a chassis BEAUTY SALON
JU* mwmlh*,\ -w sspa. point eiufh with ouertf drear said bid to b* of>.M Call u sow tot* tnt the wJwto. WaJJcwtyi to extend day.,June 13 1901 at,10 o'clock Women NEEDS Five Trained People To
drive on your!: own. .j>_Uc across back of truck to A. lot in the Commissioner Room i t' i :/ ."' l' : We have made to order Care For .Your Beauty

be approximately 5 indies in at the Courthouse in Okeeohobee All Types of Jewelry Slip Covers Draperies Needs
O. K. GARAGEPHONE width from front to back.I I County, Florida. Said bid to state Alterations and Conveniently Located At
Drop sheet full width cf date of delivery. The Board reserves To provide i insurance specifically Repairs
RO 2.5441 Fifth and
Osceola
body to extend to rear step the right to reject any FINLEY JEWELERS BEA CAMPBELL St.

If No Answer RO 2.5921 of truck and have the following and all bids. designed to meet your needs Fishing Resort *
US 441, 2 blocks South Installations: flanged JOHN F. PEARCE So. Park Okeechobee Ok..ehob. For Appointments Call

Of Stop Light To give you prompt service in Phone RO 2.5701 ROdeo 2.1021

FOR RENT

5 w' O Beautiful shady waterfront H>a event of an emergency.Leonard .
Goodyear Tires ROBERT MAYS

TRAILER SPACES ,
Largest Stock In Town
t+ 7.SOxM Plumbing a Repair Work WILL BUY OR SELL
BergerINSURANCE
t r White or Black

: HODGE & SONSReal AGENCY 9.95 can

RO 6.1293I
sx Estate FIREAUTOCASUALTYBONDSOkeeehob.o $ down Soc a weak
REAL
c OKEECHOBEE Phone 2-4134 Easiest Terms tn Town Next to

County Bank Building G I L B E R T' S Mobleys Garage

Phone RO 2-7441

ESTATE
JUST RECEIVED

BULLS FOR SALE New Shipment ON FRIGIDAIRE REPAIRS AND

i YOUR HIGHEST PRICESCOME Wedding Records MAYTAG APPLIANCES:: *
Gift Lists JOHNSON OUTBOARD

r FROMCOMPETITIVE Photograph Albums MOTORS

HEREFORD and ANGUS by Gibson LAWN MOWERS
priced from $1 to $13,50 INQUIRE AT

You tan actually hive a money BRAHMAN BIDDINGAT SOUTH FLORIDA ,
tm with a Farm Bureau OFFICE SUPPLY JOE S LIQUOR STORE
YOUR LOCAL GILBERT'S .
Life Inwance
retirement Phone RO
plan.. Breeding Age Ready To Go 6-1551 phone ROdeo 2-4231

You plant your tree when 11
you purchase your plan, You LIVESTOCK AUCTION

cultivate your tree with saw LOANS Complete mobile feed EVL. RUDE DEALER
trigs during your earning years $25 to $600
and when you retire your tree George DempseyPhone MARKET milling service. Custom SALES SERVICE
provide a guaranteed monthly .
income. See your local NEW LOCATION grinding and mixing. *

gent today Lair year nearly 60% of Florida Cattle LOBBY GILBERT'S For more information

AgentSo. 6-1771 Call or write HODGES
T.
Bergen Sold at Auction OKEECHOBEE
,
E. W. GATES A SON Fisherman Haven
.- Fla. Office Supply FINANCE COMPANY
Bldg. 418 Clay St Ocala, Fla Okeechobee, Florida
RO 2.1201 Phone RO 2-4231 Phone 629.1464


OKEECHOBEELivestock
WRECKER SERVICE
REPAIRING OF MAC'S

w; Best of Cadillac Service- Auction Market SMALL APPLIANCES CALL
Christian Science LAKE SHORE GARAGE ROdeo 2.1631
Such as Toasters, Fans, Rodeo 2.5674
Heels Irons and Sewing lila General Repairs ROdeo 2-6333

!Factory Trained Mechanic and AUCTIONS EVERY TUESDAY chines. Brakes Tune Up DAY OR NIGHT

Pure Gas & on
FV Ownn.1: 4 Iv"1:45 Herman S. Beebe DAVE'S
am Orlgnel Equipment Parts Manager Phone RO 2.5521
TRADING CENTER Welding Automotive Repairs

Station Sundays OKEECHOBEE, FLORIDA TV A RADIO REPAIR TOM FOY GARAGE
Phones Diy RO 2.9641
WSWN 12:45
pm North Park Street
Phon' 2.6025 Night RO 2-4653 I
OKEECHOBEEBEAUTY
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Mary Carter y SAtD 'rU50ANDltrE1T TAII9'fDitY' SHOP BARBECUED CHICKEN SHIRLING-

h' + kAu Nnuttae L11SW RUBY WHEATLEY RIBS HAM BEEF PLUMBING

PAINTSEVERY Reed-Haughton Motors Cosmetic and SANDWICHES SERVICE

OF ALL KINDS
SECOND CAN Beauty Advisor NEW LOCATION
FREE OF EXTRA COST \ DONUTS
AIR CONDITIONED
(( JA.l\Il'e North
Kissimme
CADILLAC-PONTIAC DEALERS 111 COFFEE
PHONE HO 1-WM f J ''i: DRYERS
"Y3005S Bridge-Road 78
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READY TO GO
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Phone ROdeo J-1KI 621 South 4th Street *
"' ;; CURB SERVICE C. H. SHIRLING
TV Channel! I Sunday 0,45 am HO 1-eOoO Fort Pierce, florida r ," For Appointment PAGES AUTO CAMP *

Fort Pierce, Florida ... -. .., Tele. RO 2-6485 Mrs LNha Woe.n Phone RO 24160Okeechobes
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9 Okechobee: News, Friday, June 2, 1961 I an age certificate These are Issued Florida also has its own child
Labor selves by local school authorities labor laws,"Williams added,"andon
Official against unintentional via
throughout the state They are these points where the state
Issues Hints I lations of the act by requiringeach accepted as proof of ace for purposes and federal w.differ,the higher
young worker to present of the lew. standard prevails. USED
On Summer Jobs TV SALERECONDITIONED

Regional Director Sterling B.
Williams> of the U.S, Departmentof
Labor's Wage and Hour and WEEKLY SPECIALS

Public reminded Contracts employers Divisions, .teenagersand today : AND

their parents that the Fair
Labor Standards Act restricts ,1 Face Cloth With 2 GUARANTEED SETS
certain Jobs for youngsters under FREE Large, 98e
18 years of age THIRSTY BATH TOWELS L
'These summertime same restrictions job for boys govern > Prices From $3995, to $8995

and girls\ under 18 whenever the
employment or In Is the In Interstate production commerce of. LADIES BERMUDAS New Set Warranty on '5995 to *8995
91
goods for commerce" WiUlamsaid. LADIES BLOUSES "'-=
rt
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"With the country's big Increase
in teen-age population, more 1- 25c Card Bobbi Pins -
youngsters will be competing for
vacatton-tim* work in a tight FREE
Job they market.understand It is the Important provisions that i: WITH ANY $2.00 PROM or TONI

of the federal child-labor laws
end seek only those Jobs which
they legally can hold. 1 CURTAIN ROD WITH T +v f I i'' I Il
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alas of guilt to failure. to yield HOSPITAL NEWS land, Roger Smith, Elliott Jen-
.* News, Friday, June 2, 1961 Pag 10 1 God's PleaBy other, and each will stand before City CourtFriday of charge.a tins, Paula Godwin, and Seminole -
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God to answer for his own actions Released this week from the : and Willie
Jake Morgan
May 26 Monday, May V
COOPER MARSHALL in this life. Isaiah also adds Louisiana Rauienon Hospital d
... the element of time into his Jimmy Rogers did not appearto Otis Spayberry on a charge Martin colored
Pierce, Jr., Jenne
LF'TeS GO Pastor, First Baptist Church painted picture. God says, "Come answer a charge of reckless cJ driving while under the Influ were Bermay Bora Lawrence .
Ralford. Mole Joiner,
Come now, and letII reason driving, so forfeited his! $25 bond once of Intoxicants, forfeited I LYNN LOWE
Now". "Behold, now is the accepted Beatrice Lowe and baby, THERESA
together, sail the Lord: though Joe Castro plead guilty to beIng ,
time; behold now Is the bond of $lSO! Robert Raul- Born to Mr. and Mrs. David
Jacobson
your sins be as scarlet, they day of salvation." II Cor, 6:2. Tomorrow drunk and disturbing the Owen Jordan, drunk, was fined Dorothy Jimmie Hazelllrf.: and ChrIs- Lowe, a daughter on May 23 at
shall be as white as snow; though and was fined $25 or 15 has
may be too late. Act now peace $25 or :20 days Whitfield. the local hospital. The girl was
tina
they be red Uke crimson they on God's plea. Come to the Lord days In jail. Orta Orieta, drunk, $35 or 30 Remaining in the hospital are named Theresa Lynn and weighed I
shah! be as wool. blah 1:IS Grady Norton plead guilty to
wherever you are, now. days in jail John Ferguson, Bill Rogers, Lillian 6 Ibs. and 5 oz. at birth. I ,
charges of drunk and disturbingthe
0 ..... Then Isaiah finishes God's piclure. Douglas Carolyn; Douglas
- Isaiah looked down through the and was fined $35 or
strokes Is peace to fight butIt
final brush nations
The Barbara It takes two
BY EMERSON MOORE course they are more fun. The corridors of time to see the great forgiven sin a new heart. 10 days In Jail Beware of the guy: who begins Ruby Jean and Lawrence Alfred, Arnold takes many more to keep the
baby,
Fishing during last week was admitted that day when true peace would reign for William P, Thomas was released his conversation with. "It doesn'tmatter Thomas ,
pair red faced
This Is the only hope man Frank Thomas, J. A. GUI! peace of the world.
the universe. World peaceIs first offender admis ,to me but-
In the area for those who over does not rest as a on
tops they caught their bass on live tend today: Peace
time for it. Russell Dom. a goal to hope for and work I
found I shiners. h armed might, nor wealth, nor -=-
er vindicated himself by landinga toward. business power nor in social -
10'i Ib boss up the river on Much of the world today .is standing; but in the Lord. "Come
A great many pan fish, bluegill over-shadowed and torn by
Wednesday, He brought it to the unto me, all ye that labor and
News office and had his picture and shellcrackers were also hate, prejudice and strife. We are heavy laden, and I will give
taken. We carried a story about caught: over the weekend. Many can never hope for the world to rest." Matt. 11:28.

his! loss of a nice one in last fishermen left the lake for the be changed until the hearts of you Oh, the matchless love of God COMPANY
weeks paper. If you don't sue. calmer waters of the river and men are changed. The troubled that pleads with men to forsake GLADES GAS

ceed at first etc See picture caught nice strings! there. Bass condition of our world today b. their sin and accept his forgive
elsuhere fishing over the weekend was a merely a reflection of the condition ness. How great Is the folly that
different story. High winds had of men' hearts.
such a plea.
"Shorty" Boyd also brought the lake in bad shape and rain I Today, as through the past Ignores RODEO 2.5301 OKEECHOBEE, FLORIDA
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in pictorial evidence of a nice in the Orlando area on Thursday ages, God Is pleading for man to

catch, 'Ishlng from L'nderhiU'sCamp. muddied up the river l'OMlderI I change the ugly sinful condition PROCESSORS
CITRUS
Six bass going over 5 ably. We registered our first of his heart. Isaiah has painteda Members of the Citrus Processors June 2, 1961
"skunk" in wonderful picture of God plead
many moons. Met
Ibs and several smaller ones, Association produced over
several fishermen who reportedthe ing with man This pleading Is
with Edward Me- .
lie was fishing tons of citrus pulp, citrus
201',000
for
same result so we didn't feelso focused to man individually
Carmick, who wove and operatesa meal and citrus molasses Dear Friends:
God "You come". Man
bad. says.
large salt water fish camp, not cattle feed during the 1959-60 sea.
I must come to God personally,
The Beacon 42, near Titusville, formedIn
association was
The
Hopes for having the mouth of by proxy. Man Is to give account son. business Mr. D. B. McCarty has announced
Ed says they catch a lot of fish Individual. One 1941, and now has It's offices In After 31 years In the LP gas ,
from his Including the the river opened to small boat unto God as an at the close of
camp Is not accountable for an Winter Haven. hit retiremnt from the operation of Glades Gas Company
alligator trout forI the navigation were dashed for the person
place Is famous. Whenever he present when a request sent by business April 29, 1961. The management and operation was taken over

wants "eating1 fish, however, the Boat dub was turned down. by Daniel Marlon McCarty and Vernon L. Dexter, ton and son-!in-law of
Guess we'll have to wait until,
he comes to Okeechobee he says. I
He likes them better. and of the FCD dredges the river Won't ELGIN WATCHES Mr. McCarty.
make much difference to fish.
ONLY
- ermen then, for a while. Fishing 17 JEWELS, SHOCKPROOF, WATERPROOF, It will be the policy of this company to provide you with the best gas service

will be spoiled In the Immediate $19.95 and up possible at the lowest price. Since no appliance can be any better than the

vicinity anyway service available for it, we will soon have a good stock of common parts to I

take of most operating needs. I
Fishing licenses will go on sale BULOVA WATCHES care

in the near future. They can be SHOCKPROOF AND WATERPROOF
17 JEWELS,
obtained at most fish camps and We will offer three types of gas service to fit any need: ,

sporting goods stores, and at and
the county Judges office. Your $24.75 up 1. The 20 lb. Self Service system for the very small user who does I II I

old license expires June 30 It LAYAWAY THAT GOOD QUALITY, JEWELRY not want to have any money invested in gas. I i

Is a good Idea to have valid li STOCK IS
STORE WATCH NOW-WHILE
cense. We've had our checkeda COMPLETE. 2. The 2-tfrum!' manual system for the "heat only" customer, those
couple of times lately.
who want to "order their own gas" or for the occasional user

A bulletin from the Game and WATCH OVERHAUL such as camps, etc.
I Fresh Water Fish Commission
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LIii'4IaT4 3. The Fill System which we will
; has many duties beside enforcing \
I' the game laws He aids !in THIS INCLUDES: CRYSTAL, HANDS, IF so you will never run out of gal or have to worry about orderinggas.

conservation aids in rescue of NEEDED, AND OVERHAULING MOVEMENT. i1

I lost persons or recovery of drowned ONE-YEAR GUARANTEE.
peple He removes surplus or ;

I unwanted wildlife from one area $7.50 We will soon build a new showroom and office at the gas plant and will
I to another, Is called up to assist ;
Cornelius E Lee Musician
latest
offer the gas appliances.
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Third Class, U S. Navy, son of I in educational programs. He I This Special Is For The Monthsof
close check
Mr and Mrs Orin D. Lee of keeps on wildlife
Okeechobee was promoted to population. He Is to be courteousand May and June Only. If you are not using gas now, you owe It to yourself to investigate LP Gas,

his present rank on May 16 at considerate, as a state officer Rusty and Complicated) WatchesNot "The Jet Fuel For The Jet Agel" For cooking, water heating clothes dryIng .
He is to consider Included.We .
abuseor Y
any
Headquarters, Allied Forces\ insult home heating and as a motor fuel, we guarantee to outperform
to be leveled at his uniform
Southern where he Is
Europe
serving. and badge, not him Rem. engrave, free of charge with purchases, electricity or fuel oil. Only the sun U cheaperll
. now A Jaw grmOtmt* at OfcMcferfM .mter. it you get poke In thee n.mt or dates on all watch., j.w.lry, lighter,
high Khoot. Lee enlisted In the lor calling a lame warden bracelet and nkt. This work It done white
Navy in August of the same year a bad name, Jt'. the uniform you wait . Let us engrave Initials or js me on Sincerely yours, 1
Prior to reporting to this NATO that does Jt, not the man. "
the back of watch This
your . isltsafety Vernon L. Dexter Ih
command in November 1900, he ,
precaution If watch is lost or stolen!
attended the Navy' School of Remember when you used to Dan McCarty 1
Music in Washington D. C. fish with a piece of string and I

Headed by U. S. Admiral Charles a willow pole Read where a OKEECHOBEEJEWELERS i,
R. Brown Allied Forces Southern small boy in District 4 of Schlitz t

Europe Is a six-nation command fishing contest, caught 2 bass
responsible for the defenseof worth $25 each fishing with

Greece Italy and Turkey under worms from a pier with a short i iI ,
the North Atlantic Alliance i piece of tsring and a two-foot
(NATO), tick. I

Men from the army, navy and
air forces of France Great Brit
ain and the United States work in 1

the Naples headquarters alongside FORT PIERCE SERVICE GUIDETHESE
men of the Greek Italian

and Turkish forces on a staff that

plans and controls defensive operations -
along a 1,700 mile front

that Pass stretches In northern from Italy,the across Rests the FORT PIERCE MERCHANTS ARE OFFERING THEIR SERVICES

northern borders of Greece to Mt

Ararat in easten Turkey. AND MERCHANDISE FOR YOUR APPROVALFor
The command observes its 10th

anniversary on June 18.



County Court That Girl Graduate CUSTOM

Arthur Randolph plead guiltyto CALL THEOKEECHOBEE
a charge of Improper passing ELECTROLUX \
and was fined $25 or 10 days in

Jail.Donald /Zdll., NEWS
R. Morgan reckless

driving, $35 bond forfeited. i POOL I
Luclous B. Sabor, carrying a ONLY I TO ADVERTISE
concealed weapon case continu I
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10 dajs J, D. Byrd plead guiltyto J M PATIOS & BARBECUES
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same stntence VAC'S IRON & CONCRETE PRODUCTS

Tommy Man, on two charges, WE DESIGN, MANUFACTURER & INSTALL
drunk and profanity, case
using '
continued Robert L. Barnes, on 't from 9.95 Summer Tops $3.98

the same charges, was fined $25
SHORTS & SKIRTS TO MATCHFrere's
or 10 days on the drunk charge,
and $10 or three days on the profanity
charge. ) Maternity Wear"A

Evaristo Loranzo drunk, $35 ELECTROLUXCORP.
bond forfeited. C r "A Shop For The Mother To B."

Ptte Owens, pleading guilty to wide 1303 Orange Ave Fort Pierce
Choose from
a drunk charge was given his a .
choice of paying a $25 fine orI6t'Ving Telephone HO 4.1625Seleetton
10 days In jail.Jesse of 707 Orange Avenue
H Wilson Robert VV Fort Pierce, Fla 4306 South U.S. No. 1 Fort Pierce, Fla.

Williams and Arthur A. Sheffield, HO 4.0056
all charged with unlawful speed, LINGERIE CALL COLLECT PITTSBURGH PAINTS

forfeited bonds of $35 each,
A. V Williams plead guilty to SHIP N' SHORE BLOUSES ,
unlawful speed, and was fined Dur-AI Windows Patio-Magic Doors

$25 or 10 days In jail BILLFOLDS
Small & Wide Vents Store Fronts
Rest Home News COMPACTS WALKER ROOFING & SHEET METAL

4" & 7" Jalousies Auto Glass
Mrs. George Cave and Brownie MARVELLA PEARLS PEST CONTROL BONDED FOR NEW ROOFS

Troop Three visited the Dunkl Tub Enclosures Table Taps
Rest Home this week and GLOVES & HOSE Chemical & By

through potted plants. BARRETT CERTAINTED Miami I Carey Cabinets Copper Back Mirrors
Donations at the home were Exterminating CAREY

flowers by the Brethren church. AND RUBBEROID
strawberries by Selma Drawdy, Company
4Iufcnins
cakes and rolls by the Okeech- SERVING OKEECHOBEE & ,'sli fh1
bee Bakery and watermelonsand e Experienced Men FORT PIERCE OVER 38 YEARS -

squash by L. E. Herbert. Modern Equipment ALL WORK GUARANTEED --s.--.. vLASS1m

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I Ok.*chob: *. News, Friday, June 2, 1961 PIIII'

f GOOD iumt FOR ANY IRIDit Q YOUR FOOD Iuoan Off TO A GOOD STMT... 66 Attend roy Buddy Brtaey Parker Stew;'Mr.and and Carol Mn.; Mr.L*
Firemen'sBarbecue and Mn. Everett Gone, Keith
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James and Gary; Hen Pope. Mr. o
and Mrs. Brasher Ard, J. B.,
Rhonda, Tony and Julie; Jack
The local Volunteer Fk Department Ezell Mr, and Mrs. Minter Hall
and Auxiliary held their Bud Sue Connie and Johnnie;
repdar fifth Monday barbecue Uriah! Boney and Donald Mrs.
at the Tin Station on Monday, Rod Chandler, Russet and Noel
May 29. Mr. and Mrs. lien Godwin and
A delicious menu of barbecued Jenny and Ann.
beEt, baked beaN, potato salad,
cole slaw, salads and dessert
SHORT SHANK Whet or Half COLD CUT SALE! was served to Mrs. Davs W1U1ms Fred Harrison
new] / Oayton and Lany; Fr. and Dies Saturday
"SUPER-RIGHT" DELICIOUS SLICED In. Georg Cave Nancy: Catherine
FULLY COOKED Stephen and Sonny;; Mr. Funeral services were held at
and Mn. Joe Butner and Ml- I Fort Pierce Monday for FredC.
COOKED SALAMI chad; Mr. and Mrs. Brannon<< Harrison, age 61, who died
: William and Sherry; Virginiaand Saturday at his home ta Fort
HAMS Norma Jean Williams; Mr. Pierce following a short Illness.
SPICED LUNCH MEAT and Mrs. George Spann; Mr. and Harrison who bad been employ
Mn. Frank Havely, Mr. and Mn.J. ed by the News-Tribune for 35'
P. Delaney Susan Sherry and yean, was well known In Obee
12 to 16 Lb. PICKLE LOAFAVERAGE mar Don; Brae MiUa and Bobby; chobee.
45 Mr. and Mn. Robert Arnold, Burial was In a Fort Pierce
LB. Monroe and Calvin; Mr. and Mn' cemetery.Reduced .
SLICED BOLOGNA I'h.I'SUPER.RIGHT" ?
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BUTT HALF SHORT SHANK, COOKED Lb. 49c C TABLE,MARGARIHE"SUPER.RIGHT" ,

TENDER LEAN 4 6 Oz. 8 9 MADE FROM 100% CORN OILforgreaternourlshmeat,

Lb9c Pkgs. for'better taste, easier Prices
CENTER SLICED I spreading. Sold only at"SUPER.RIGHT"
AaP. Try It,
HYGRADi OR COPELANDS SKINLESS
FRIED CHICKEN, we'll love ItYor 33c ONTreasure
SSTEAKCHOPPED, i; 49cCAP'N
SIRLOIN OR LOIN OF PORK FRANKS BUBBLE YOUR
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