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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 16, 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 -Number 49 Ok.echobee, Florida, Friday, June 16, 1961 Telephones ROdeo 2-3221 and 2-3141 lOe Per Copy r


The following letter, which k 1 rV,

scJI-XJplanatory. was received

Monday from Nell D. Kerr for Two CarsWrecked

mer newspaperwoman. Mrs Kerr I

li vacationing In Nashville, Tenn. Bids

"Dear Mr Moore: On my trip Accepted:

last week through Central and At Ii
'
up
7s tla ,tr,, .t# ,.i'
North Florida, Alabama and Tennessee 4

as far as Nashville, I

could not help being Impressed t
Fort Drum
by the contrast between the :

mall town through: which we onTruclTanl

passed and our own little Okee-
A billowing canvas and lack
chobee. I have been over this
of turn signals on a 1960 Chevrolet
route many times In recent

years but each time this contrast truck were the cause of an lrl A bid 01 $1300: for a 1500 gallon. only other W made was W Ed-
accident that resulted
strikes me more forcibly in a total tank for the new fire truck, win R. Jenny 01 Fort Myers.

than before. :loss to a 1954 Chevrolet car and Equalization ,by Turner Machine and Supply for $2500. A bid of $535 for paint'
$500 damage to a 1961 Comet
For example, I do not recall a Meeting To Co., Fort Pierce, was accepted lilt the court Muse annex (old
that was being towed behind the
single town d any size that in. by the Board of County Com. county barD) was also aooopted.
car. Eva A. Schmitt, wife of the
cludes a beautiful park in the Be Held July 3 missioners T\Ie6daf It will take The bid by R. E. Holly and C.
driver, was treated for minor
center of ft. By beautiful I do not I about' tm-ee weeks for the tank L. Conrad was the only one made
injuries at the scene of the accident Board of County CommIssion.
mean the highly landscaped, to be made and Insta-led. The ;In other business the cowdynounced +
by Investigating officer, 't Chairman John Pearce
flower] and shrub adorned park era an. wed a light of way from
Trooper D. H. Dufore, Florida
the
at the meeting of
with fountains playing and statues manta' Walk and will build and
Highway Patrol hoard Tuesday that an equuallza County Board
beckoning such as are seen maintain road to tM
t
I a county
1 y
i a
James W Rainey, driver of r lion meeting will be held at the
in larger cities. I refer simply to the truck of Perry, Georgia In +1 TO Hear Basllllger cemetery Wa
Okeecld>ee's wide stretch of county clerk's office July 3, Agrees esked that e be
attempting to pull into filling
a which Is the first Monday in
green with its many lovely oak station at Fort Drum on US 441, Contractors ed so( that be v4 have enhyi
beginning at II
July, a. m.
that the business
trees separates 17 miles north of Okeechobee, to the property he owns on"P
section and offers a place for ease see that this announce- 'Wrgi1 Edition representing 10Old DIxie Highway, He was told
turned in front of the car, driven
House To Honor
rest and refreshment to shoppers by Robert G. Schmidt Mariland, FugitivesAre Open meat gets on the front page 01 cal contractors, told the county that t1is would be done. ,

and travelers alike. Suchan Florida salesman, as he was attempting NabbedSheriff the paper," he asked a News reo commissioners r1 the meeting of .Agreed to pay three boys pA

oasis In the desert of com porter, "We don't want anyone contractors held last Friday. The each week plus concess1oD
to Schmitt. about 6 a
lends charm and pass coming to tell us they didn't Purpose of the meeting was to
merdalaan a : up
And
Sain
p. m. Saturday. Schmitt lost J. C. McPherson and Uncle rights for wor1c performed al
Asuncion to any town one does know anything! about it after it's organize contractors who would
control of the car as he applied Deputy John Collier arrested two season, providing a release from
he said. advocate a strict 00iJdlng code
not easily forget. the brakes and both the car he fugitives wanted by the federal all over, llablli.t for the county II orb

"Also the buildings themselvesbus was driving and the one in tow government on charges of transporting and seek enforcement of a bui1dtained hn be boys parenlt.
stations dining Aunt Davis tag license and permit ordinance
rooms rolled over Rainey said that a stolen automobiles and Reecy New Addition Moved to eGCept Plat No. I,
stores etc. in the main streetsof
,
Bl1itton Wormed the county
canvas on his truck was billow. other stolen goods over state Taylor Creek watershed A pro'
most of the towns fell short by To Bank board that another meeting will .
ing In the wind and obstructedhis lines. posed resolution by the commit.be
with Okeechobee's Things have changed dries M"
comparison -view to the rear. He said he The couple, who gave their utd.-M-;; held Friday night and request. tee for the use of county funds
bus station, its dining room, and : Davis came to
Underway ed them to attend. It Is hoped
rI was aware his turn signals were names as Winfred and Ruth L liens Ball for construction and rnatnteoarce
such of its stores (which includes Okeechobee in 1919. Sunday they that
not working so held out his arm Norris, were traveling under al. Work of razing the south sec' the county will work with of the first phase of the Taylor
most of them) as have been newly will observe their golden wedding .
the in
ti signal a left turn. lie admittedhe lases. The real name of the man Team Loses tion 01 the Okeechobee County city establishing count! Creek: watershed was deferred
built recently modernized. anniversary and during the past
or didn't think his arm signal is Lee Russell. The this week wide building felUJatloJlS.: Brtjpendlng
Boyce womanIs Bank was completed study of the legality! of
"C mllJt of my trip at journey's To few days there has been a lot of ton was informed that the board
could be seen from directly behind being held in the county jail Jupiter and construction started on a the adlon2S4oot
end here in Nashville .
was according to Dufore. Rai pending investigation.They ,, reminiscing.It addition which wm more would be represented at the Re.volutloro were adopted tot

of course being greeted featuresof by my ney was charged with failure to were recognized from The Okeechobee Men's Baseball was on June 18, 1911 thai than double the floor space or meeting' Coon!it'wide zoning will Advertise Okeechobee County Ii '

family. visit Two thus outstanding far have been have turn signal lights! FBI posters while registering atTaylor Team lost to Jupiter by a Sam Davis and Miss Reecy the bank Rapid growth 01 the probably be an Important topic the dairy edition of the Qkeecbo.

reading my again the Nashville Banner Creek camp and the sheriff score of 6 to 4 on Sunday. Jim. Smith were marrfed In Polk banking business in Okeed1obee for discussion at the Friday night bee News: To seek a deed to

I notified. He my Campbell led the losers by county near Avon Park. They meeting. County Attorney Bill
which I brought was placed thorn made the enLargement 01 the far a LIttle League bali field from
on was up
both in driving In all four runs with a lived there until 1919 when they Hendry said that little could be
and being Introduced to a new Boat Club Jail.Ghouls dices necessary, Ralph Harper, the American Leilon: To endorse
double and a home run. Hardin Okeechobee done to enforce building regular
) radio called decided to move to : vdce1n'esldent of the organiza the postal department's twice
Ito me program and Nichols led the winners witha where Sam engaged in the cattle lions outside the city until coon-
"20th Century Reformation" conducted Holds MeetingThursday lion, said. of a location for a new post of.
Invade home run each. business and later into the ty zoning is adapted
by !the Rev. Carl Maclfr ThIs Is the second expansion flee
The team will meet Frostproofthere wholesale meat business. He and The local contractors win ad-
tyre of CoUingswood. N. J. Both NigthThe program by the bank: during the A motion was passed to so-
Here on Thursday night at 8 pm Glen still the the
Cemetery hIs son operate vocate empIO'ITlelIt of.a
the Banner and this program are past few yea.rs. It purchased the cept an historical: marker foe
meeting of the Okeecho for their next game, and will meat packing business. joint inspector, COUIIty and city,
certainly calling to the people of Activities of the world's mean' building formerly occupied by the court house grounds como
America to be alerted to the bee Boat Club. Thursday night est thief was brought to light play Fort Pierce here on Saturday When they came to Okeecho The Fair Store and converted It to check license and insurance memoratlne the Semioole wee, (

international slipped up on many who had afternoon. at 3 p. m., and bee there were only three or four 01 bulIders In Ute event It Is
danger of the communistic Monday by Wayne and Bob Into a small loans departanfent 1928 hurricane and other '
i; conspiracy and to meet planned to attend and only nine Burk, who reported that flowers Lake Placid there on Sunday at business houses and a population It fa"1ihia building! that Gas been made a countywide deal feel events In the county. ,

.- Its threat every inch of the way members were present. The and shrubs are being stolen from 9p.m of not more than 602, Davis re gore down - n -;;tb '...

t with democracy'. sigh *fcl> meeting wiw opened by Commotion the calls. Commercial fisMngwas m p.- Invited-Guests .. : : resaded. .. "
In action"fie Leonard Btrger.: A,Wt.r *T VM of toy J, 41," ejncw me p'IIICIPat' OO5I11en--wnfi""TaIS- :: be.,saa ,top part; 8emce.- .. .."." -

Rjmnrr.. far Instance. of confiraUdaiioO-Lxnn: the Lake ergreen" Th Burlt..J.o'QtMlftI'DItlmI''ttI'ru'I'V&of cemetery.' ll eepld Ui!;- tog CJf 1 1 was 'a"eSS'hie for tHaI --', In West Indies G<
heads-il.s-i t"pag; daily r' with '(Jlceechofcee lteportet"tgsticstton ; a..nw ) their mo- j Abroad The couple was immediately News W will be rennapping 01 tile city as Mso

\ such famous quotations as the I In Oewlston was her and have planted it syste Summer popular and became affiliated used next week. Harper said, At the Invitation of the Gover. to the city council last week ansi I

Know Your Enemy- 1 read. The publisher asked forplci.uree matically. Thieves dug up one with the First Baptist church however, that a large drawing is nor of the British west Indies, asked the cooperation of th
.. following: of boats belonging to I Mr. and Mrs. B H. Hoge, af active in the church: today
They're
'I repeat, we do not need a war of the double hibiscus and on display at the bank. Charles T. Hart. Jr' 9th District beard. No action! was taken '

to achieve domination of our club members. He asked for the trampled and disturbed the otter :Stauton, Va., the former Miss and sang In the choir for Harper asked the continued co- AdJutant and Sam l\tco&Jm. ol Sheriff! J. A9aPlteroors asked

names of members but a rule of Other Carol Hancock of Okeechobee, years. They are affectionatelyknown Qearwater, Florida Department for filing for his
ideas the most progressiveMarxist.Len.lnJst planting, they said. operation of the public during oases office
the club forbids issuing a list. i are spending. the summer in the to almost everyone in the CJommaMer of the
War He also
ideas. plants and shrubs have been stolen the remodeling period and ex American expressed need for pot- I
He will be sent pictures, how. Isle and will travel In Uncle Sam and Aunt
British
brings only harm. We will create from the cemetery on ether Germany county as pressed appreciation for the 1 were_1D Nassau.. lad week yate office! ware. At present he

this victory because other people ever. occasions.The the Norwgian countries Reecy. people's Interest in the project. wild the Ut'\PIU'IIIIlem\ ; of I'JOrla& nas M place for privacy when

will follow in the path of our Topics on how to maintain a brothers have replanted Switzerland, and France: They've had their ups and Champion SenIor Drum and Bugle needed, he laid. He wes assured

example.'-Kruschev. successful club were discussed.The sound. the family! graves. They were before returning to the Unled i downs, good times and bad. On Corps of Curt.Weaver Post 109, I by the board that "sometbne!:
five main items
"Another radio program called were not bitter about the Incident. "We States. ; one occasion! Uncle Sam suffered JayCees To htiaml. orlda. would be done about It."
which over finance, family participation, Hoge Is representative or R 11 I'
Life line comes ere sorry for anyone whose mindis an attack of acute appendicitis.

many Florida stations has the community! service, club educa'. so twisted that they would Scott Foresman Company, >ne He was taken by Model T Change

same objective. It's speaker is tion, boating and harmony from other within stoop to such wrong action," of the largest book public ing Ford to the nearest hospital, CANCER AND YOU

Wayne, Poucher a former Nashvfflian the club. Ideas successful Wayne Burk said. "It would be companies. His work Is Jth Palm Beach. He survived the Meeting Place
who receivedthe clubs! for making a universities and colleges and the
and minister mother's desire that we make KXXnile trip over sand roads The J of Cons-

American Legion National club were suggestion: discussed.A by. Dr. Horton available to these persons all foreign: visits will include "ni- only because of his excellent merce members met Tuesday Listing Of Cigaret

award this year for outstanding that civic groups of Okeechobeebe the plants their pitiful, greedy versify of Edinburgh and the physical condition, the doctors 'evening at the Lakeshore Res-

contribution to !the preservation contacted asking for repre hearts desire. University of Dublin said. Uncle Sam never learned taurant. Ten members were

of our American way and of that life.of sentatives to form a delegationwith I to smoke or drink. present. Dr. 1IoQton opened the Nicotine Tar
Both this Urged
program
well wotrh a boat club committee! for RETURNS TO INDIANAMrs. They had three children, all meeting, following the dll111e1', ,

Rev. Maclntyre are the purpose of making a trip to James E, Moore returnedto ATTEND INSTALLATION living. They are Mrs. Hubert with the annoo.mcement that he
loyal
the listening" time of any Kissimmee to discuss plans for Indiana Friday after spendingthe Mr. and Mrs. Leonard ger, Harden (Lois) of Okeechobee, bad met with other civic groups By VICTOR COHN than ever despite the minority

citizen. annual Boat-a-cade, was past five months here with Mr. and Mrs. Tom Pier and and and had discussed the possibility CQ'II'leI'
the : Glen Davis of Okeechobee New8paper. Medical Writer view of some scientists that tie

Bill Presley has returned froma adopted.The her sons, Lamonte H. Moore and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Ma
next meeting Is to be held Emerson E. Moore, and their attended installation of aycee eight grandchildren. on major civic projects Repre- "In my opinion It bas been
short course in gas appliances the officers in Fort Pierce tfurday I A law !
families. Mrs. Moore spends requr1n1Z cigars makers
ronducted at the University of June 22 at the court house. Open house honoring the couple sentatives of each group will! proved beyond reasonable doubt,
winters in Okeechobee. night. to put the nIcotine and tar con'
Florida. He is the manager for will be held at the Hubert Ha> probably get together several! tent of cigarettes their Hammond said, adding: "Cigare;

Coker Gas and Electric which den home west of the city, Sunday times a year for diSC'USsion and on pack- smoking also meues the 'deatl!

recently Installed a store here. Scouts Leave For Contractors Revolt from 2 to S in the afternoon. planning. ages baa been advocated by Dr rate from coronary artery heart

.
OJ'oler Hammond of the
Bill says the course was most June lo Friends of the couple are tovited. Marvin Arrants made the sug.E.American Cancer society. artery. Buefier': disease (ariesttlon

interesting and that he learneda Camp Agatst that the JC's make plans ailment>. ulcers and proho

great deal about operation and to sponsor a Little League ball Hammond >Is the aocie'e 111. ably a few other things"
Members of the local Boy Scout Inferior Building rector of statistical research and
maintenance of gas appliances. team next season. Other youth Dr. Brian MacMahon, professor
troop will leave Okeechobee on I activities for club work .were dls- COo<
A statement made in The News Camp Sunday Tana June Keeta 18 for, near a week Jupiter.at Okeecnooee building; oomra- titan .is_ called tor ... v ...-. Boy Scout CourtOf cussed which in with 1954 linked clgaret university. school of public health

last week proved to be inaccur The camp was designated by the ton, disturbed by reports that Reports were hear!that one Honor Held A moron was made and car- smoking? lung cancer. was even Wished.
there were no litensed We may already have some "It Is now beyond
ate. We stated state as a Boy Scout camp at out-l-town firms were doing subdivision contrateof'as changIng tied to change the meeting place
electricians in the county caU fod from die Lakeshore the Southsafer dgar et S" he said, but "we any reasonable doubt," he said
the back of the Jonathan Dickson work here, without working permits apecifcatons. "Pp to
are'two. 480 of Okeechobee Boy "
'here Troop cannot be lUre. "that lung would be
but actually of condte n the land Grill cancer 1t-
State Park. The Scouts will have or license, and in some 11 yards
Mr. Hayes of Hayes Electric, floor the /. "They're Scouts held their Court of Honor He expended 011 this at an duced to less than 10 per cent Q
courses in field training and cases doing Inferior jobs, met report
the
they formerly were licensed Monday evening. Following American Cancer mety semln. ita present incidence If dgarelat
clans ay "They're
camping Friday night to consider what floor, the report 3 Cases Tried
failed of scout and flag
they singing songs
admitted : amoklnc: were discontinued"In
but David Harden will accompany can be done to correct the sit! ow ung seven" F1** church
to renew when most of the others the boys as an adult supervisor. uation. now under const lon is being ceremony, Assistant Scout Master City Court Surveys in the last few years Lung cancer takes its heavy

did not comply. Fred Humphreys turned the Gave dawn that some brands retoU mainly In mea, where It as
lentils the
He was formerly an Eagle::! Scout Their decision was to forma built with two 4h
told. program over to Scoutmaster Three cases were tile! in City duced the nicotine and tar con- counts for about 32,000 deaths a
In the local troop. Scoutmaster Contractor's Association, an contractors wer/ They
ix- nch. Russell Douglas who presented Court Friday, June I. Thomas tent of the smoke by as much year, ThIs is between a forth
Pavement left Tuesday to be leas
Wet Russell Douglas: to force inspectionof should at
organization the awards named by the Scoutsat H. UnderblI1 was fined $50 end as four.tlfths in the years after and a.tlCth 01. all male cancer
attend school In Gainesville and all building! Jobs to require In disclssanf l'*ses, the contractors
Of Crash this time.Receiving forfeited $50 of a $lo0 bond when 1954 (by changes In tobacco 01' deaths end by far the largest
with losing
Cause will be unable to go camp that workmen be competent before said tWciiy was
Tenderfoot cards be did not appear 011 a wreck- by filters or both). number for any single! site
belonging to the boys. issued licenses "at! least $ > to $8,000 a
trailer they are f
A tractor Gary Stewart and Al Burk. less driving charge Hammond's surveys d smokers Hammond also reported that:
Co and driv | Those who will attend camp the and the in revenu// They recommended were
Transfer and to urge city year
the Miami Monroe Ch lee forfeited $B now Show that they report coo.qbIt appears-he IJ not
Grant of Miami ,are Wayne Watford, Lee Brown,, strict building that Itof-town contractors David Harden, who is home for : yet sure
W. county to adopt
skiddedZto U. S. 441 at the Cliff Simonds Mike Jacke, Mike codes. I be coMed to buy a the summer from college, received bond on a drunk charie. big lees, at least, when they -that dgaret IIlI10klng by men

Extension 14 Presley, Ben Dixon Al Burk, for done. H the Art Merit Badge. Olin Willis Emmett Bronson was fined $50 smoke these brand.t., "I cannot Ls down since 1954, despite great-
will meet Friday permit eacpob
Orange: Avenue The group and given 10 days for being lay this really means they are er sales end greater
Webs Enfinger, Darrell Enfinger. received his Tenderfoot Badge, cooewnptIon
into if
job properly the
Okeechobee is not do ,
of o'clock a.e
north night at 8 at county "
miles Chevrolet driv- Olin Willis, Jimmy Bell, Timothy his Michael Jacke received his Sec drunk and 10 days for being safer he explained "But I'm per average American over is,
1959 to complete contractor: fai/to/ pay sup'plieds
commission
the path of t Douglas B. Harden, Joe Harden, Donald room streat8 the ond Class Badge and TJmot.h6rHarden. drunk He was picked up twice not at aX lUre anyone can perIncreases, he believes, have tak
he customers
salesman organizational plans and every if .
ton by a the same day, suede the public to give
Cliff and Dar- up en place
Stewart, also of Miami. The car Yates, William Miles Gary building trades contractor is In el way, the Association Simond amodng among teen.agera' and
Miles, Bobby Dean Jimmy rel Enfinger received their First : women.
Christine B. Payne he be denied
belonged to Dean, Archie Lee and David urged to be presentTwenty recorfadi future. Class Badges Weds Enfinger On Vacation "The Only hopeful thing I see A larger Proportion of college

of Orlando. Harden men attended last permits in / was awarded his Life Badge. therefore, Is to persuade people graduates than those with less

They tractor trailer was moving Friday night, June 23, will be Friday night's meeting held in One of t |chief concerns of A group consisting of Mrs Bud to produce a cliaret that is rear education have quit cizareta since
e Ben Dixon Jr. awardedhis
a the office of G and S. Builders. the vf safety. They want was
too fast on westav visitors night. Visitors are Invited group Bishop, Mr. Estella Johns and IOnably safe 1954, and a larger proportion of
coming to sign. Scott held is the StlRDLUUUU strict >n and suggestedthe Eagle Badge by Scoutmaster
Llzeila
daughters
when to supper thta night. inspf Johns, \Irs. "I'm told by those worldng In college graduates choose Iow-tar
,
Woods reported. with comments
Scout
Douglas by
FlIP Trooper Wilbur Scott was named temporary city el county combine to Georgia King and daughters SIr the cancer field, however, that Iow-adcotlne eigareta

Stewart was unable to chairman, Ross HoUey, vice employ afWime ,building Inspector Committeeman Omar. Hunt and ale aDd Bonnie, an of Okeed1obee these 'sater' cliareta don't stay DQcOOrI
smoke less
time to avoid the aces chairman and Orb Lee secondrlcecb&rman. dan annual salary Wilburn Lawson. The other two end Joan than the
atop In In VA Thompson of Port constant in tar end nicotine
Hospital CO\o general
in popuation So do lanaiOharlotte
the truck .1cWed Other oitf and counties have Eagle Scouts of Troop 480 were -
dent M are 011 a Gip through tent Several months
accident ago, for ers, teachers, lawyers, ministers
oc-) ,
front of bIm.on.. H. A. Stokes was returned to I During the discussion[ reports building F s and all building present David Harden and Kent Georgia, Alabama, Mlsslsslppt! some reason, ciaret companies dentists and veterlnarf.1u. More
Friday. made acme of the building must be I factory or it Is not Bell and assisted In the cere Tennessee While
cre Buffered cuts and a the Veterans Hospital in Coral were on and in Tenne- topped (silting about and proof these rroupe have quit amok-
face
Grant was Gables Sunday. evening and Is I being done hede. It was said acceptedf W said. mony. see they will visit the Renfro motlng low tar and nicotine con' lag than others' '
Stewart
badly lacerated ear. ruta- reported to be in critical condi that specifications were net being Penn! officeds will be Nineteen Boy Scouts and their Valley Barn Dance They are tent in all their advertsing I At ages 30 to 39, 51 per cent

suffering from a *charged vereyj with tion. lIe is a brother of H. L. followed on the expansion elected Ie Friday night meet adult supervisor ere making good friends with John LaIr, who don't know what that means" of all men smoke dgareta. At eo

ed knee. Grant was Trooper Woods Stokes, former Okeechobee post. of the elementary school, that hag an mmlttees will be appointed !plans to attend summer camp originated the natlona1ly-known The role of cijareta In kq to 89, the figure Is down Co 79

failure to by master. cheaper material was being used June 18 to 25. entertainment. cancer was bit more sharply! per cent.

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Okeechobee News, Friday, June 16, 1961 Page 2 dations of the auxiliary.The participation In public service TRIBUTE TO A FATHERF eUn you, You'll always know he goes to work each day- I GUM FARMING \
seal of safety, when programs, Including operationsfor :: .h. for the man of the house, Just what to say We're sure glad that you are : The gum farming season bt-
informs the I safety afloat. I and with the Coast Guard, Father is his' name; he does Help him if he ever asks you, with us as we go along the gins in March and runs throws
Just Between USBOATlIEN properly displayed
Florida. Snug
The boat safety check is one and the fellowship of boatmen brave things most every day, like a son or daughter should, way. November In
Coast Guard and State Boardof
of several services performed with mutual Interests. without glory or great fame, he will always be so grateful But I like that word "Daddy", It woodland owners can make extra
has Conservation been examined.An that. the boat by members of the auxiliary, a It you desire a free boat Ask him for a favor, and he'Uhelp like we knew a 'Daddy' wouuld ain't fancy, don't you see. Income through wise use of. gum
official boarding will not civilian of nonmilitary affiliateof safety check, boating Instruc without a doubt; And If Each and every little youngun Let's leave Father for our farming practices.
the Coast Guard. lions or membership In the you're in great trouble: go to likes to sit on Daddy's knee, Maker and keep "Daddy" for
By Col. John H. Sharp normally be made unless there Free Instructions are offered auxiliary, the following may be him, he'll help you out. or take his pipe and slippers in you and me To remove egg stains from
is obvious violation of law.
Cuttt Columnist No an record is retained, is in outboard motorboat handling contacted: Cdr, Harold Gates, Take him in your heart and keep and make him comfortable as -Your daughter, Vera I cloth, use cold: water.
The courtesy motorboat examination nor .
made of deficiency (one lesson), safe boating Vice Cdr. William C. Zapz, him as a guide to lead your can be.Remember 1 i
report

often any pleasure any observed the any (three lessons) and basic seamanship Training Officer LeSa Jenson, way. If you stick to what he dear old father, asflow's
by
boatman an opportunity to have auxiliary
examiner. and small boat handling I Ivan Shaffer, Harold Ankeny,
his vessel liven a safety check
(eight lessons). Robert T, Harris or this writer.
by a qualified member of the This is purely a voluntary ex bATISAFE !
of (Next What Every Boater 1
Successful completion the :
Coast Gard Auxiliary. amination. Owners found not the time to have your
lessons entitles the boater to a I Should Know)
It is made only at the re complying to requirements are
certi
small boat seamanship
quest of the owner and a spec. made aware of the standards.The Stratton . '
ficate. An estimated 23,000 persons Briggs & engineBRIGGS&STRATTON '
lal sticker or decal Is awardedto examiner will gladly advise DRIVERS 'ft'
Membership In an auxiliary visited the Florida agricultural :
the boat equipped in to _
com on suggested practices
offers pleasure boatmen the opportunity I showcase at New York's Rock. checked by ,
pliance with federal and state eliminate hazards and on operating '
to join others in furthering efeller Center during a recent SAVE ON
regulations and the recommen- procedure for greater self-training, voluntary month. our experts ;

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Okeochobee News, Friday, June 16, 1961 Page 10 I Ii I particular time to strike. 11 you Partin To Be 9,000 To Die three of the major traaedi..'of of Mrs Leon Williams.. The business Tom Humphrey I!
drift e bait in front of their the past. of the class followed the
nose they might bite It. They honored[ At In Traffic Safety officials say the Johns opening devotion. The group decided Serves InGermany 1
run pretty small. town flood, the sinking of the to save constructive and
Li S OQ Clewiston }MeetOne This SummerFlorida Titanic IIIIId the Galveston tidal educational magazines and give (,
Most fishermen think muddy wave claimed 9,726' lives them to the Boys School M their t
water Is the cause for the slow of Florida's outstanding nation has Joined the rest ofthe Ironically enough, the traffic! class project. Army Specialist Five Tom itHumphrey f
fishing The lake stays pretty! cattlemen will be honored Friday, in a traXCic safety effort tot ta the United States for June. Attending the meeting we.-e whose wife, DorU, .
rough and waves suck.the muck June 16, by the State Departmentof designed to stem the rising July and August 1936 was the Mesdames Franklin Creach, Joe dives in Philadelphia, recently .:
tide of time
back Into the lake from banks ex Agriculture at the closing session summer highway identical same total 9,726. Butner, Brannon Williams, Emory was assigned! to the 85th Armor 1
is
death that
killing pleasurebentvacationists
posed by the water. The river isconstantly of the Florida Cattlemen's faster than some of : Walker, Leroy Collins, Everett In Germany.A t
Association mid-year conventionat I Cone, Robert Rauleran, .
In 111.om'
i \ riled from the same mechanic '
the past' greatest disasters.
reason, by the wake of boats. Clewiston., Unless the preent trend is Golden Circle Mike Barber, G. E. Bryant, Headquarters Company in Mann- I I
By EMERSON E. MOORE locked specs they could be calledI Enough rain to flush the stream For his long and valuable servo checked over 9,000 people may Class Meets Johnny Bennett, William Motley hem, Specialist Hitnpnrey en. ,
t There Is tittle to report on I reckon. A few bass have been and raise'the lake level would ce to agriculture, and in recognition die on streets end highways of and the hostess, Leon Williams. toted die Army in 1942..
fish caught over the past week. I caught, very few in proportionto start the fiSh biting again. It of his contribution to this nation between now and La.bar The Golden Circle Sunday The 35-year-old oMier'e father r
\ Some nice bream were takenfrom what was taken a couple of Is starting to resemble the summer building and expanding thestate's Day, as many or more than School class held It* monthly HOW IS YOUR SUBSCRIPTION? T. H. Humphrey, lives in Okeochobee. -
I both the lake and the river months ago. They were mostly of '96. We know of at least cattle industry, Henry 0.. the grand total lives lost in meeting Thursday at the home .
Partin, Klssmmee, will be
One fellow had a string of 33 caught on live shiners, some In one camp that is practically out pretented
r
with an engraved plaque
spec he took from a channel off both I the river and the lake. Bass of business because they cent rC (
Commissioner
ty Doyle Conner.
the rover that had dried up, at are eccentric. due to low water, get their boats to the river.Their Conner will be a featured speaker .
the entrance to the river. Land probably They don't have any canal is dried up. on the closing! day'e program. GILBERT'SAPPLiANCE

I Parti? has been engaged In (he
We made a trip up the roved cattle. business since he was a
GIB iRrUL I KRL1)b ,1.ip4tdItalian Sunday evening to examine some boy. A pioneer importer and
of the pockets that have become breeder of the Brahman strain,
disconnected with the river. he has of the
Cooker now ane largest: USED
There are many that have a lot and finest purebred herds or!
of fish in them, bass, bream, Brahmans in Florida. His Em.
warmouth and the ever presentgar peror and Manso lines have
and mudfish.! A few large achieved international fame. In
r3. baas! have been caught fdom recognition of his work in developing BEST BUY SALE
f these ponds. We saw one that the breed, he has been
weighed 8 pounds. He was gosh- a director of both the Eastern I
omtshty thin, should have gone and American Brahman Breed.
.e Contrary to popular b lief-Marco 10 to 11 pounds. The ponds are era' Associations,Jj OFFER GOOD FRIDAY AND SATURDAY ONLY
Polo did not bring pasta to the West diminishing In size every day. As a member of the State's
from China I Inhabitant of hit native Many have already dried up and livestock regulatory agencies,
rir Italian Penlniula were layering paghertt -. the fish dead. If it oesn't rain Tallin's service is one of the
long before Marco made his soon most of them will go dry. longest on record, according to G. E. FRIGIDAIREREFRIGERATOR
( famous journey In 1271. Most of the ponds are within a Conner He served nearly six I
stones throw of the river. They years on the old Livestock San-
could be easily netted and the dory Board from Feb IS, 1945 to RANGE
the good fish transferred to the Sept. 8, 1950. When the agency I
By the early IBOO'i, spas river. The rough fish could bedestroyed was reorganized as the Florida
ghtttl-moklng was an before Livestock Board in 1953, he was
they can get $75 while they last
Italian tradition. Manufacturer back to the river. eW all know appointed to it in June of that SI25FRIGIDAIRE f
guarded their street secret that gar and mud fish-will livelong year, the only member at that
recipei..tinging time with the
experience on pre
vendors peddled pasta. For after the game Ash are continuously ,
vious board. He served
I ordinary folk, It was the dead. They can live In'liquid
taff of life" mud. That would certainly be for about seven and a hal
years, until January 15, when re
a worthwhile project for theGame
organization of the Agriculture MAYTAG
r'L and Fresh Water Fish Automatic ."
l Department became effective. WASHER
Commission! Fish is one of our Automatic
greatest assets. All that is WASHER
r poeIble
r4 Some north and west Florida
should be done to protect Counties, Including Duval, Leon,
Today, macaroni and spa, them. 'S60
t ghetti in all shapes and sires Madison and Nassau counties, FRIGIDAIRE OUICKUBE(
,_9 j ore favorites the world overt report Increases In numbers oft S40
'
;. In America, we enjoy 20% cattle during the past five years 99c
protein enriched paita with Every throughbred In th t TRAYS
Italian gourmet sauces from'I
r' world today is decended from
I JUMPING BEANS
the kttcheni of the Queen of'l lt
p one of three 17th and 18th Cen, FRIGIDAIRE COME INI
Almost the world's entire crop
Sauces, Bultont's Ella Marl..Legend FRIGIDAIRE
w'- -> I/1 tury stallion l l s-Byerly Turk,, of jumping beans comes from the Take advantage of this
Darley Arabian, and Godolphlr I town of Alamos in the Mexican RANGE 40" BEST BUY.
Barb. state of Sonora. See a Frigidaire REFRIGERATOR
of rht larkspur EXCELLENT CONDITION' FROSTPROOFdemonstration
Docummeehd M the East tots'legendseritisard, .


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MTEAKED PATH OF IAKKSPURS IN THE
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j TIE Pickup.Ton PHONE RO 2.4231 OKEECHOBEE FLORIDAowrxmtiMnAawxu.xwrx
1"AT
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a'DOES SEEM ODD
says that the wood of the IT

dogwood tree-oeeetdisndsfetely-crucifixion So| LAYS BUNNY COLORED BUILDS EGGS NESTS( ? 1953 RAMBLER $12500Station ()
used the cross.
wu otamed wo as the tree 1ha1 Christ AWD LEGEND BLAMES rT OM EOSiRA ......... 10m '''' 11<_"0'0\_ _....."" 1< h",, ?
pronixd that it would never growl PAGAN ANGLO.SAAOM GODDESS Of Wagon \
tara e enough tor we as a tress again, SPRIIiG (EASIER IS DERIVED nOMECSTtA' :
itencrtorth it would be slender and )W\lO O+WGED "'E .VET Fort Pierce Service Guide
toisted;1t blossoms Terming I cross !ltD INTO A WB8IT LEAVING IT HALF 1950 CHEVROLET $60 t
rik wilpriirts st the tdge.end 9 BLED! ,IIALF MBIT AND,CtHOfttfttatnd
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IT IS UNLAWFUL FOR ANY 1950 PLYMOUTH $60I CUSTOMPOOL I CALL THEOKEECHOBEE


PERSON OR PERSONS TO I

1954 CHEVROLET 300 d'ida', NEWS

ENGAGE IN BUSINESS 5th Wheel and all.

TO ADVERTISEON

UNDER A FICTITIOUS OKEECHOBEEMOTOR

THIS PAGE

NAME UNLESS THE NAMEIS PATIOS & BARBECUES I

CO. MANUFACTURERS OF ORNAMENTALIRON

& CONCRETE PRODUCTSWE
REGISTERED
See Claude Holcomb or Georgia Boy DESIGN, MANUFACTURER & INSTALL

RO 2-4461 RO 6.1351Remember I Summer Tops $3.98
The fictitious name statute was changed by the
1951 Legislature and The Okeechobee News has the I SHORTS & SKIRTS TO MATCH

necessary forms for proper registration and adver

tising. Frere's Maternity Wear"A

The charge for advertising the notice the necessary DcdFATHER'S Shop For The Mother To Be"

four times is $15.00.As 1303 Orange Ave. Fort Pierce

amended by. the 1951 session, the law readsas Telephone HO 4-1625

follows: 4306 South U.S. No. 1 Fort Pierce, Fla. l

"It shall be unlawful for any person or persons, DAY
CALL COLLECT
as defined herein, to engage In business as herein PITTSBURGH PAINTS !

defined, under a fictitious name as herein defined, SUNDAY, JUNE 18th

without and unless said fictitious name shall be Dur-AI Windows Patio-Magic Doors
.. of the circuit court of
registered! with the clerk
SPORT SHIRTS
: the county where the principal place of businessis ROOFING & SHEET METAL Small & Wide Vents Store Fronts!
which registration shall consist of filing with the
=.. clerk aforesaid, an affidavit signed by all Interested DRESS SHIRTS BONDED FOR NEW ROOFS 4" & 7" Jalousies Auto Glass

persons, stating under oath the names of all those DRESS SHOES I By Tub Enclosures Table TapsCopper
interested in the business enterprise, the extent of

the Interest of each, and the fictitious name under TIES & BELTS I BARRETT CERTAINTED CAREY Miami Carey Cabinets Back Mirrors
which said business is carried on. Said registrationmay
i AND RUBBEROID
not be made until the person or persons desiring COMPLETE WESTERN V\AR\ .
to engage In business under a fictitious, name SERVING OKEECHOBEE & UI

shall have advertised his or their Intention to register FORT PIERCE OVER 38 YEARS

said fictitious name at least once a week for four ALL WORK GUARANTEEDCall

((4)) coniecufve weeks In some newspaper as definedby THE FAIR STCRE CollectECONOMY a R tusu
law In the county where said registration Is to

be made, and said registration shall not be acceptedby 419 S. PARK ST. OKEDOBEE ROOFING Tjrrcussnmrr \
the clerk of the crcult court except upon renewing

proof of such publication." t j y J Fort Pierce.-Day HO 1-6167 Nite HO 1J33I, Phone HO 1-5012 7 "..

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9 Okeechobee New.
Friday, Jun. 16, 1961
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To Teen SponsorAdult Age Dance Club SELLING STARTS FRIDAY 9 A.M. NIGHT TIL I 9 ;.M.


TtM Teen-Aee dub will tpon
eon'a dance for adult Saturday, .
June 17 at the Teen-Age hall
In the old county barn locate SAVE 40-50-60AND MORE =-IOW
cross the street fdom UM COUP
house.Tfce.
,
dub hat token Una means
room in the new hospital, and
all proceeds from Uxs dance
*'il 1J be earmarked for this pur. (
peV
All members of the dub are ''JI
MBit. tickets to this affair or I
bey may be purchased at ttaw4fcor
.. the night of the dance for
YI300 per couple Music will be I
furnished by the Roctan' Braves. I I
It was Mated by the dub: that
anyone interested in helping with .
the TeenAge dub Is asked to be
at the dub building between 7:30
and 11:00 on FridayRebekahs Digba.

Plan j j

\
Covered DinnerAt
I
the regular meeting of Jewel
Rebekah Lodges in the IOOF ; Ij
Hall on Monda, June 12, the / j
ladies voted to eotertUu aU the
Odd Fellow and their wives at f
a covered dish upper on Moo. I


provided day presented alv Husbands, June be Invited by 28 of the at the members 7:30.Entertainment Rebekah,will will be T il. I. + 1


Plans for immediate work on :1
the new lodge hall were discussed
the and very work near is future to begin again in :

The only Maple cotton gin fat ; : .
the U. S. is near Leesburj, Fla. _n : f

.x9.97 Reg.'12.973x5 Reg.'9.97 Heavy Reg. $4.97 Reg. $3.97Chenille r -Reg.*5.97 aReady
Reg. 6.95
latex Back Solid Foam 12 Ft.Wide
OKEECHOBEDRIVEIN '' to Hang 100% TOSS/SOFA '
DRAW NYLON 912 Cotton BED BEDSpreads 100% Nylon LARGEDRAPES

THEATRE RUGS ,i RUGS PILLOWS PILLOWS CARPET 6x9 RUGS

$397p $497 6 7 J27 $166 37 $0 97 SO7Jb

,. sap Icily-M It Rum A8 Sir?a Shapes JM tq.yd a.VAL. .
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Full bolts of Barkcloths, Dozens and dozens of Moderns, Scenics, Florals

Sheer Fabrics, Curtina bolts to choose from.Scenics and Provincials. 101 '

GILBERT Indian Head.- Solids, ,44 Moderns, Provincials colors including Matsu

Florals and Moderns. Solids. All first and Tuxedo. Drip-dry

THEATREFRIDAY Save Dollars when buying quality. We ore nevei and washable fabrics.

and SATURDAY fabrics. undersold, shop us first. Choice of the house, only
JVSE 16 and 17
"SANCTUARY"LEE REMICK ABSOLUTELY FIRST QUALITY JJO MILL-RUN* NO SHORT-END BOLTS

BRADFORD YVES MONTAND DIL1MANPLtS Regular '$2.47 Solids & Prints Regular $9.97 Famous I Regular $497Nylon Regular $9.97 12ft. Wide

"YOUNG-JESE-JAMES"In CAFE CURTAINS> T7 Acrilan Blankets. . 377 Rugs, each e e a e a 197 Plush Carpet, '* yd. . 447

CinemascopeRAY One Lot Regular $997 Regular $1.27 Solid/Prints I Regular $7.97 Size 27x48 Regular $3.91 Choice of Colors

WILLARD MERRY STRICKLYN AJ.DERS PARKER Chenille Spreads. $447 Kitchen Valances, pr7c\ !Nylon Rugs. a e a a $297 Nylon/Rayon Blankets. . "

One Lot Regular $9.97 Regular $2.49 Pound Regular $1.97 48InchTraverse Regular $3.91 Zippered Twin/Full" Plastic

SUNDAY MONDAY and CHINTZ SPREADS. 397 SLAB Rubber, lb. . e c Rodstach. 65c MUSLIN PADS . I47
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TUESDAY. JUNE 18 19 20
to 3 Yard Lengths) Regular $2.97TossSofa Regular $4.91 Dacron
"GONE WITH THE WIND"In Regular $3.87 Scranton Up to $3.98 ((1
CLARK Technicolor GABLE Bathr'm Curtains< 57c Remnant Pieces, ;1Mt C Pillows 97c Bed Pillows, tI. . . '247

VIVIEN HOWARD LEIGHT.BSUB R.g. 77c White 20x40 Regular $14.91 Heavy ea.. Reg. $39.95 Foam Back Regular $14.97 Double Width

OLIVIA deHAVILLAND HOTEL TOWELS . 47c 9x12 Vinyl Rugs.T 9x12 Viscose Rugs 225Q Draw Drapes. . e 447 I:,
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WEDNESDAY THURSDAY I Reg. 67c Large 20x40 Reg. $1.19 (Holds 12 Pairs) Regular $397 Zippered Twin/Full Muslin Reg. 15c PlasticPLACE

JUNE 21 and 22 BATH TOWELS 17c SHOE BAGS, each. .5! Mattress Covers, "' $147 MATS a a a e 5c I '
"GOLD OF THE
SEVEN SAINTS" Fitted Regular $2.47 Wide Assortment Regular $3.91 Choice of Colors Val. to $1.9754ln. \

...CUNT In WariMrteop WALKER Regular Couch$997 Covers . . $397 BATH SETS, Mt . a a a $ Draw Drapes, p"r. . $197 Dunlap> . 87c ,I I

ROGER :MOORE Regular $1.97 Kitchen Regular $3.95 Choice of Color Regular $3.97 12ft. Wide Regular $6.91 Wide Selection j

GIFT SETS"tonly..57c Denim Spreads . $1] Viscose Carpet, *q' yd. ?197 Draw Drapes, pair . 297


FOR About SALE Reg. $3.97 Quilted Twins FT.: PIE: C E, FLA. Val to $4.95

600 ACRES MATTRESS CAFECurtains.

Partly Improved With PADS . $!" 1 . ?197
Poor Road To It IReg
$125.00 Per Acre
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See, Call or Write A -
BILL J. BAILEYOr :$4.97 Full Size Quilted Val to $4.97
MATTRESS CARPETCORNER

Belle C. A.Glade BAILEY, Fla. PADS. . $227 U. S. NO. 1 AN ORANGE AVE. FT. PIERCE Samples 87c
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Page 7 Oktachoba Ntws, Friday, June 16, 1961 Move Afoot To Beef Up 'an Increase of 103 deaths over Requiring two license plates Instead Florida growers produced 148,600 ,- The Yankees established A
I 19S9, the committee said it is of one. The proposal would tons of vegetables during home run' record against Oeve

Florida Highway PatrolThe "convinced that stronger measures cost the state approximately 1960, valued at $159,100,000. land's ace pitcher Jimmy Parry.
be taken If Florida Is $20,000 yearly.
The Okeechobee NewsEntered State Legislator will be ,lion to the total number of highway to expect must A lowering of Its highway Expansion of present Driver slur:)g 1959-fiO returned $19,000 They hit him for 15 home runs
asked this year to beef up the miles that must be patrolled.An death rate and Us eventual Education program so that driver 000 mora than during the preceding In 1960. He got In eight e tie t81

as Second Class Matter July,1911, at the Post Office la Florida Highway Patrol from' 500 undermanned patrol reduces reduction of automobile Insurance training can be made available to crop year. games the foes played.
Okeechobee, Florida, Under Act of March 8. 1879 members to 700. Its enforcement effectiveness" rates". a greater number of high school

Subscription Price in advance) per year$3.00 The proposal li one of U suggested -I A subcommittee on safety reported Other proposals included: students.
r Two Years $5.00; Six Maths $Z.OO. Shorter periods not accepted by the Citizens Advisory "the challenge to make Issuance of drivers' licenses Requiring applicants for licenses

LAMONTE H. MOORE, Publisher Committee on Highway Safety to Florida highways safe Is fraught during the birth month of the licensee , to pass an approved driver
EMMALENE B. MOORE, Advertising Manager curb Florida's highway death toll with much frustration. every two years to pro education course as prerequisite WE WILL BE CLOSED

T PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY AT OKEECHOBEE FLORIDA" The patrol, said safety officials, Pointing out that total Florida vide more orderly processing of to receiving a regular license
I.s "highly undermanned In rela traffic deaths in 1960 was 1,232. licenses. prior to 18. FOR 2 WEEKS STARTING

Freenian-Raulerson Vows Spoken
SATURDAY JUNE 3 TO
,
Saturday_ At Baptist Church

The marriage of Charlotte Lee Raulerson with Joe Raulersonand MONDAY, JUNE 19
freeman, daughter of Mr. and Marshall Pitts as ushers.
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Mrs. Charles E. Freeman, to The mother of the bride worea
Paid H. Raulerson, IOn of Mrs. light: blue linen sheath with I .
Blanche Raulerson and the late lace puffed sleeves, an oval neck. e pe4At 4 f _
,114G" Burton
Hubert Raulerson, was solemnized line and a corsage of white car __ t PlumbingRO
oo Saturday, une 10 at 7:30 natk>na. The mother of the groom i 1"y'i A ''1' y ERA.t 1 I 'Yl
p. m. at tile First Baptist church. was attired in a rose crepe dress
The Rev. Cooper Marshall offici with short sleeves and wore a 2-5591 OKEECHOBEE
ated. corsage of white carnations.A .

The candlelight\ service was reception immediately following
performed before an altar banked the ceremony was held in
with palms and arrangements the church annex. A threetieredwedding
of white glads' and porn pom. cake on a silver tray
Organist Mrs John Ed Burde- centered the table which was BASSWOOD GRAND OPENINGUNIT
shaw played the traditional wedding
draped with A !lace doth. An arrangement
marches for the processional of yellow roses and

and recessional. white glade and white tapers in NO. 2
if The bride, given in marriage silver candelabra completed: \ thebride'
,( by her father was attired in aIi table. Refreshment were
Ii'" white eyelet embroidered: organ served by Mrs. Elvis Mixon and 3 BEDROOM C.B.S. HOME & 125'x125' HOMESITE Reduced Prices
dy sheath featuring a boat neck Mrs. Bill Sherman and the guest
line and short sleeves. Her fingertip Mrs. Roscoe
book was kept by
: veil of Illusion! was attached '
tlcClellan.. $4,99500 TOTAL PRICE ONTreasure
to a silk organza petaled
cloche. Her other accessories Out of town guests included
t were white and she carried a Mr and Mrs. Ted Gorman, Mrs. '
and Mr. and 250 Down 4126 Month
nosegay of white and yellow car George Delaney
cations. Mrs.. Otis Ortega ail of Tampa; Island
Her only attendant was Miss Mr. and Mrs. 'Nick Lodato and ((1) RIGHTS TO PRIVATE BEACH AND BOAT CLUB ON LAKE
Avle Jenkins of Fort Pierce who Robert Stony of Odessa, Florida OKEECHOBEE
Mrs. Will Freeman of Lakeland b
wore a pale blue organza sheath ;
with a scoop neck and short ; Mrs. Merle Prescott and (2)) PRIVATE CHILDRENS PLAYGROUND
sleeve, and carried a bouquet of daughter Pet, Mrs. Jeff Barroc LOTSLOCATED
vadagatcd carnations. Tbecroom and Perry and Mr. and Mrs. L+ ((3) PRIVATE BASS STOCKED LAKE ON PROPERTY

bad AS his attendant Pete roy Farless, all of Avon Park, 'V
and Clifford Raulerson of Stuart. ((4)) PRIVATE ROADS
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1 Dogs Rate will After reside a wedding at 3906 trip Roswell the\ coupk:Drlv: ((5)) PROTECTED GAME REFUGE ON 70FT. CANALS, 18ft FT. DEEP,

I \ In Tallahassee, where both Mr.
'I'| High As Snake and college.Mrs. Raulerson will aH end i 2 MILES NORTH OKEECHOBEE CITY ON ROUTE 98JUNE ON GOOD HARD STREETS. WATER TRANSPOR. ,

.J| Bite Victims TATION DO YOUR SHOPPING FROM YOUR

.y': The death rate from snake bite BOAT WHICH YOU CAN DOCK ON YOUR OWN
;' In the Southeast Is higher in dogs
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l than among any other domesticated : - PROPERTY. BEST FRESH WATER FISHING IN
i anb nap, according to a veterinarian .

with the Florida Agricultural 1'IpII- FLORIDA.
I,:'I'' Experiment Station 18RECUNER
Dr. D. A. Sanders says thee

,. seriousness of any snake bite is
4'
dependent upon the kind of snake

the amount d venom Injected, the F A AAl ONLY
body weight of the victim and '
the toxicity of the venom. $300'DOWN
Since the lethal dose of snake '
venom Is based upon the quantity .
of poison per pound of bodyweight
; horses and cattle do not

die as, readily as dogs from snakebite 'ppRAAE $30.00 PER MONTH


Dr. Sanders odd that fatal ra08r ltilsw DlMiL 1leMel f 811J' ..-.- ,.,-.. 11
tftm Ja bones and oattt hew r _
rwulted loom anoint ...... on UM W PLAI1OMIrRCCi t'sad. ..L \

muzzle, bead or ark' Lack of .. +.d.. s q Mrer a8sde pIdIC Orlelt I. . . . .. . . .
medical attention may reaul(1Thaerioua -P $3 ,..lodeown s-. ... ......-
secondary infection in animals
receiving less than a fatal pa 'vial ere... Cwp.. $i SS
Mai, O./d/ ,
dose of snake venom. ( l Sae,9 bd.M ..............
Dr. Sanders notes that while a HODGES & SON
swine are not immune to snake fl
venom, they usually do not suffer :
AS marked 111 effects from exposure

as do other anlnmals of comparable CHAIR _
size.! t
He this be due in , nr PHONE ROdeo 2-6134
says\ may a. k Na.alr Sues.P.iO s
part to their tough skin and extensive I
layer of fat, which limits 266 p: $ C.5.V CHAIR PURCHASE

the absorption of snake venom. A PHONE CALL WILL BRING US TO YOU. WE'LLBE
In the Southeast, valuable n r m ...... M ..... ......- vsM M
muny ne Srt Mock sad t *ii si
a-Aatw. Md ....... la WI wMd ..... HAPPY TO SHOW YOU THIS
bunting dogs are lost each Nationally famnt WUw padtBERKIINE SAVE $10 T-.... ..dS.m ... ldM. kp. rwk. PROPERTY.
year. It has been found that one r. DU-AIL RECLINER

milligram! roughly equivalentto '' Hot DM MW p........ TV wclMnlut.. ../.....,. MM9 e M wit P8's' n
one sixty-fourth of a grain of ebb chair Ikea ndlnoi to beN-wq punl.e! v" CIoeIce "-tIc .
dried rattlesnake venom I perfect hr TV viewing Ah rtdhwi. I* Ml petition fornlaxfnf. CeabMaa. M.ne
per II :u.r..n: sad. ....
pound of body 'weight is always ell I we* MyMda CMca e OIl f """" 7 1007, ....... w ? . U .U N . *. .
fatal for dogs. ... of 00 -.
AI make bite cases warrant I = ...:: c.... .......... .
Immediate medical attention InA1I tees G n.., ....... : be..e. rids .
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attempt to save the animal's $7.00 DfBwnBERKIINE : osd i 0816' r"? w CENTRAL ELECTRIC .

life. Practicltog veterinarians administer $ua pw wet Tar a k.ee
-.- a TeetlPIIfow.hcIc
anti-venom
as soon as : Introduces
possible to bitten animals. CeIer--.AII .e.e eeeme

Complete rest, locating fang RECLINER e :=.-
marks, clipping hair from the ko..y pillow bade. lacUnar conrad %* Hap.* a Ge" : THE FIRST TV ANTENNA :
.... .. l''
wound area, application of ..vpWoyI ** cat* cbmiAf oJ wnr. T ;
tourniquets, use of Ice packs to Foam toppo* wee ",ring wot .....KII_ led, a 5,55.. ;' S '
e Oxfal ad, kto and 011_* Gevu :
aa.we '
reduce swelling and fever, use ]I : EVER DESIGNED FOR
ot pain relievers, cross incisIon' =. . .
of the wound and suction 011 hotI' I oars.
'venom are some of the therapeutic ,I I W 0 e.avwr. :: O ... uninterrupted, _
$1,8i !
p oe. $T.es
measures used in treating : top-flight performance In J_
snake bite victims. ,

ISIS SALT-WATER AREAS '
MANUFACTURERS SPECIAL OFFER .

SWIVEL or PLATFORM ROCKER .

!' t "4r $L'is '" L._.. .,... MI Else Swlwl txl.r vrlrii New makes .**!. plMtiiaiitanitof sane -"II, .
9 piaMk .... tush-*.*. MunMlao r .
rod ewe.S
T cwihlon. flmit carpet yarn .
,... dMmlnfl.pat c-: 118511 .... p.ll.ne . .
for
: 7 trim" hi phase aa>r .
I'81e+Bitle :@ ,i3 v. at $+9.9$. C...,.. Onm Caw, Phew' ......... c.aa..- 'r
A Tan, Cognac: A e..W.. a.e.d.. i .0
baa For made he ta M our both peace one,, who and asp + Cognac I,....L ll'rows|. A, .Tvrqveh.._ A tvwft 6Mj T 149.95.."_.Valiw., .... A M. Meek A ..... ; litJ/ifW

has broken down the dividing "
wall of hoBtility.Ephesiana. aid p
_( 2:14)
CHANNEL
Here is a suggestion of anew
dignity which comes to a
man who has found himself
drawn into this fellowship of MASTER
Christ It is a newness that nsIs.
cornea from a sense of one ., .t
COM with ether in Christ
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Glad Open Friday and Saturday Night Until 7:00 PM. 3040-90 Days Coniidarad Cash )'ears . and years...

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cooking top with four revolutionary Smle' 74 SIMmer
top burners,new spillover! dike,oll-poreIofn oven wWi" lift .
eff oven door, swing-out cltanquickMMktteu BEEF STEW Lb.69c
broiler, oll.porc.lain! storagtarea
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OVEN GROUND BEEF 3 Lbs 1.39

We specialize in Tappan Gas : READY C *
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Ranges . Martin and Dearborn 1 '_.. HADDOCK DINNERS 2 10 Oz; 89c
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I Space Heaters: . General and 8 to 12 Lbs.AVERAGE. QUICK FROZEN ,. 1.r; ..I
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-_ RAW SCALLOPS 5 BOX 2.59
f Bryant Water Heaters . Holley

. i iI I Coffee Sale I '/ & UeaetabtcS .
Central Heating Systems. Many :: SN
RED CALIF.PLUMS. ,5 t tr
Other makes available. I
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O'CLOCi I I FRESH FREESTONE

WE INSTALL AND SERVICEALL COffff / PEACHES 2LBs.25c i


TYPES FRESH LARGE SIZE
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OF GAS EQUIPMENTGAS A&P FROZEN 6 pkg.19c iBLUEBERRI; I E S PINT 39C

DELIVERED STRAWBERRIES lpgg;: 29c (WESTERN VINE RIPENED ,

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WHEN YOU NEED IT! BUTTER Lb 65c 'e IUHILUUrLEA Lg. Ufy<'&v$ i

DELMONTE TOMATOCATSUP ----- ---*'- 0 *
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MARVEL 3 FLAVORS FACIAL TISSUE White or Colored

IF IT BURNS LP GAS WE PETER PAN ICE MILK /2 Gal.45c

HAVE IT OR CAN SUPPLY IT Peanut Butter 3 "J ars*' 1.00 METRECAL ALL FLAVORS POWDERED''can"' 97C 3 $4.69 K 1 E E N E X

FREE SURVEYS & ESTIMATED ARISTOCRAT Can

SALTINES I Lb. Pkg.19c LIQUID ALL FLAVORS 8 oz. Boxes f

Take advantage of our layawayand METRECAL Ctn. of 6$1!.70 1 Of 400 49 C

easy payment plan. Don't let '' LARA-LYNN MARSHMALLOW
cold weather catch you un- / PIES 39c
Pkg: of 12
prepared! W SuPer M'
JJAOUSE BAcON 80zPkg
THINS 29c .,
S |MILK\/| Prices in this ad are effective through .
DERBY IN GRAVY 3 lb. 2 Oz. Can
SATURDAY, JUNE 17.
Telephone RO 2-6341 day //c C ifefl Chicken and Dumplings 99c
SOUTH PARK STREET
RO 2.1101 night y .O MAXWELL HOUSE 20c OFF DEAL
OKEECHOBEE, FLORIDA
$1
COFFEE .25
M1no/ 6 PACK CARTON 2 Lb. Can


COKER GASAND Palmolive I Soap Vel DETERGENT Pkg.Lg. 33c Fab DETERGENT pgkg,33c ALL DETERGENT Size Reg.,* 39c CLEANSER AJAX

2 BATII BARS 29c 3 BARS REG. 29c Pkg.77C Gt.Pkg. yy C Pkg.3 Lb. 7Qr 2 14 Cans Oz 33

ELECTRIC CO. DETERGENT AIR PURIFIER DETERGENT SHORTENING

108 OSCEOLA STREET, SOUTH OF BANK Vel Liquid Florient I Tide pkg:: 33c Fluffo Cashmare Bouquet 5 oap I
OKEECHOBEE, FLORIDA 22 Oz i j- lOc Off Deal f Q With 5cCoupori 3 Lb, BATH KEG,
Bottle ODC 5W Oz. Can OVC 28 Can 79c 2 BARS 29 3 BARS 29Cr

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Page 11 OkMchobee Newt, Friday, June 16, 1961 WHITE RIDGE WATER S ual 26 Cases Tried Bible SchoolAt All You NeedBY he, and he alone, can meet your DAVID LEROY BRYANT

850 plus deposit. Distilled water every Innermost need. Salvation Mr. and Mrs. George Bryan/

Classified AdsFor 25o gallon plus deposit. PARK hi County CourtIn Methodist REV. COOPER MARSHALL I peace, comfort) and an eternal have announced the birth of t

DRUG CO., Phone RO 23271.1113U But my God shall supply all home In Heaven is yours through son David Leroy born JuneIn I

county court Monday 26 Starts Monday your need according to his riches Rim who loved you so much that I a Sebring hoapitaL The bat*

FOR SALE 1953 Chevrolet oases were deferred to the 'Personal and Group Relation! In glory in Christ Jesus. He gave His life for you, that weighed 6 Ibs. 14 o*.

Sale Rent Good Condition. Call RO 2-2152 September term of court. ships" wilt be the theme of: the Philipplans 419: you may: have life and that, more

or 816.23FOR 'vacation Bible school at the Our needs are many; more abundantly. He can, and will, Sixty-two per cent of !the loo4
Davis fined $50(
Jesse L. was
Methodist Church beginning on than the haiii of our head; more supply all your need. area in Florida is commerci

FOR RENT 2 Bedroom fur SALE 1952 Plymouth station tf or 30 days in Jail for assault Monday, June 1$ and ending Wed. than the sand? on the beaches forest land. Half of this land fc.

nished house four blocks from wagon. Good tires, excellent and battery. He was placed on nesday June 28, with a program In possible wealth every ChristIan owned by 93,000 small landownsrj

school house. Call RO 2-2371. 8-18'' running condition $123. Call RG 12 months probation. Wednesday night is a millionaire. Available Young Womens whose average holding la 101acres.

6-2308 or 6Rev.. John M Floyd Leaner, $50 or 30 days, This theme Is being used to to him are the unlimited, Inexhaustfcie ,
FOR RENT 3 Bedroom house 12 months probation for assault Circle Met
Dickson. 619,30 help boys and girls develop tidies of God Available. eNOW
Unfurnished. $5 per month. and battery. Christian! attitudes( and actions In here and now
FOR SALE 3 bedroom house TRACTORS EQUIPMENT8N Edgar MWWhtte, unlawful peed lis faith On TuesdayThe
all their love
relationships with others
ADDlENEItAlQEUCTtIC ,
CBS. FHA. $752 down, $56 per Ford Tractor-rune good, $35 bond forfeit d ralm YOU CAN
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i . . In the home, chure, school Mhomes. Young Women's Circle d
month. Call RO 2-1646. 6-16U hyd. equip. .. ..$40000 Charles B. Mersdcau, unlawful ,way '
ant flowers
and food
community: the Methodist Church met last
TD-9 Crawler a good buy FRIGIDAIRESERVICE'
speed, $23 or 10 da6'..
FOR RENT Furnished nice at only .. ... .... ...$2,2j.00Tilier : ) Robert IL Turner, unlawful All children are Invited kin- muiixjMends. Tuesday, June 13, at the home AIR CONDITIONING,
clean one or two room apartment plows,.several types, that is dergadten through 13 years of books, of Mrs. W. J. Hendry. President!
$35 bond forfeited "
speed
By week or month. Utlll take your pick .,,.Make offer William, A. Ward unlawful age. Time Is 11:00: to 11:30 Rev and thousands Janice Galbraith presided over MKIIY., INIXKIISmtt

ties furnished Road 78, Tele Hay Conditioner a speed, $35 bond forfeitedArthur V. J. Ragsdale, pastor, stated d other beau the business meeting. A program TO VOW MESUITINSTALLATION NRIgItt

phone ROdeo 23165. 449tf demonstrator ....Make offer Fait, nut,low-cost L. Bible school workers are as tIM and deslr was given on refugees, at
Rinquette,
Improper
follows t able things.
MV Farmall hl-clearance Installation. : home and abroad by Ruth Wat-

FOR RENT Furnished cabins tractor ,. . .. ..... .$1,800OQ.( passing $35 bond forfeited\ Kindergarten: MM Jack Wolff. are ell ford Mrs. Neil Rucks was elected
electric kitchens. P. P Evans, 1 450 Farmall hI-clearance Prompt, courtowrs, Willis Graham, Improper parking Mrs. E. B Davis, Mrs. Renrae here simply because the Lord as treasurer of the Circle

Phone 2-396L 7-24tf I tractor ...... .... ...$2,500.00 skillful ...t'Y1ce.Frilldairt $35 bond forfeited. I'Lee KUpatridc. knows that we have a need of They had as their guests for
Tommy Mann was fine $25 Preschool: :Mrs. Jim Fowler.Primary all these the
I Set Them At evening Mrs Jeff Davis
HOUSE FOR RENT One Bedroom Fruition or 10 days on each of two : Mrs. Rowena Park We may not appreciate, nor cf Monterey, Calif, formerly

with trailer attached. Call MINTON Ports charges alter a plea of guilty erson Mrs. I. Wofford. appropriate them But in orderto :Ernestine Hunt of this city.

Honsinger, RO 6-1496. 6tf: EQUIPMENT COMPANY to being drunk and using pro First Juniors: Mrs Frank Live the full splendid life, for Refreshments were served to

FOR RENT OR SALE Modem 611 S. 4th St. Ft. PierceLET'S Advice en adapting! fanity. !Reeves.et which God baa endowed us, we the following: Mesdames Rita
Larry A. Dowds, reckless drivIng need them all. Man most ol
Frlgidalra appllancat Johnston Rucks
wheel chair.
Opal Wolff
hospital bed and Mary Bends IS EAST
TRADE MOWERS
$39 bond !forfeited. them realize the needs of the
Contact Irene Honsinger, Box 1427 JUST CALL ROdeo 2-4231 today to your kitchen. Juniors: Mrs. Sport Bucks, Smith, Sandy Watford Janice COST IS LOW I
Allen W. Alva, reckless duly physical and will put forth
Mrs. John Retehert every .
6-2tf Galbraith
or cail,RO 6-1496 Mrs. Margaret Rowena Parkeron .
[lot a FREE demonstration on Call on the folks who'd Ing $35 bond forfeited' Johnston. effort to meet these needs. But Pat Stiles

FOR RENT Furnished apartment your lawn. We'll trade on the like to call on you IGILBERT'S Ralph W. Grant, reckless dciv Assistants: Merle Hunt. Ann there are too few who realize Ednesttae, Davis, and Ruth Merle Watford Hen-, FRESH AIR

in Seminole Apartments. spot. Sizes and prices to fit your ing $35 bond forfeited Watford, Jane Hunt LauraneU the needs of the sod; and that, dry. I CLEAN AIR

Call RO 6-1496 or Inquire Apartment needs. GILBERT'S I Heitoert Jenkins, no driver' Rucks and Mrs. William Hendry the needs of the soul are more I

6. S-9U license case dismissed. Music director, Mrs. Sam Important and more In number CHARLES JEFFREY HAWK QWETAW

FOR SALE-SIX lots in Cypress MerchandiseDAVE'S LEGAL NOTICE Nicholson, Boys Recreation, DMcDupere than raiment those will of survive the body the Food physical and I Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Hawk! AIR OF MOOIAN

Quarters. Next to School. .$2300 I NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the foltowng described landsor Woodcraft, George but the soul, in addition to spiritual have announced the birth of a LlYfNG' '
C. Usher 2046 TRADING CENTERTV due Spann and Frank Havel). son, Charles Jeffrey born June 3
Contact James to the amount
so much thereof as will be necessary pay food and nourishment needsso : in Fort Pierce CENTRAL ELECTRICAND
East Main Pahokee Call 2371 and Radio Repair for taxes herein set opposite to the same together with costs of much more to grow Into ma- a hospital. The GAS CO.
I boy weighed BIb .
11 oz. at
69,30p Phon. 2(025 such sale and advertising will be sold at public auction on the : turity. birth. Phone 2.5561
Class Meets .1 t
bedroom duplex Dinette Set .$35.00 10th day of July 1961, at thedity HaB door at 12:00 o'clock Every Idivndual needs an education -
FOR RENT Two -
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Desk $18.00 IHorlda The Jean Circle of not all want All
noon In the City of Okeechobee Shepherd but one.
Refrigeration
apartment
RO 6-9U 20" Fan. . ....$18.00 I el Land Told Taxa the First Baptist Church met need a certain amount of refinement

61901. Refrigerator .... ....-..$5500 Original Town of Okeechobe Name of Owner and Colt Tuesday afternoon! with Mrs. IT- but not all want it Each Individual SUNDAY IS FATHER'S DAY
Gas Stove ..$5000
...... vin Register Mrs. Ernest Ev'ans&aNe person needs Christ but
DAVE'S TRADING CENTERTV tab 11 and 16, Block 9 M. J. H. Ware $2.65
the devotional and Mrs. J. all want Him will all
BOATS AND MOTORS not ; nor
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Co. $13.65Dewrfctbn
and Radio Repairs Lots 8 to 20 inc. Block 25 Capital Investment BRING HIM HERE FOR DINNERIT'S
0. Pearce ST. was In chargeof take him.
Phone 2.6025 Lots S and 6 Block 37 Income) Inc. .... . .. $10.65
BARGAIN Lot 23, B10ck 37 Clarence Arnold . .. . $1.85 the business session Christ says; Seek :ye first the COOL IT'S QUIET
Two 30 x 8 modern 1 Br Others attending the meetingwere Kingdom of God, and his righteousness
Lots 24 25 and 26, Block 37 (HE) Clarence Arnold .. . $15.65 I
TRAILERS only $773 each MISCELLANEOUSVATlili..loWIS Mesdames Sam Davis B ; and a1! these things AND THE FOOD 1 IS DELICIOUS
It Ammon
DIXIE TRAILER SALES Adnette H. Moon Sue Slgmund Dave I will be added unto you. Matthew
:: Hili SALE Lots 1 to 21 inc & 26, Block 68 McdeHan.... . . . $15.65 .
3221 S. Dude Coker, a S. Jeffers G. C. Durrance 6:33. Man. every individual being.
HO 4-1837 Would like to sell whole<< patch Lots 1 to 12 inc. Block 69 Ammon McClellan .. . $13.65l PAN FRIED CHICKEN-STEAKS
John E. J. Wilson needs Christ for pardon of sin,
Contact Ephriam Norman, Dark t 9, Block 75 (HE) Estelle King Johns .. . $.U5 Abney,
Louise Hitchcock and Mrs. Mc- for comfort for peace, for pow BARB-Q-RIBS-SPAGHETTI
HOUSE TRAILER FOR RE1"T2 .. .. .
Hammock Ranch. 6-9 MG Lots 1 to 12 in. Block 81 Ammon McClellan $2465

bedroom. Clean. Reasonable Lots 1 to 6 inc., &: 10 012 inc. Lendon. erAs inner being calls out SEA FOODS

Call 2-3671, or contact Lloyd Block 82 Ammon MoClellan . .. . $18.65 your
IF YOU NEED In need,
for help meeting your
GUESTS FROM INDIANAMr
Tomlinson. 8-9.18 Lots 1 to 5 inc., Block 84 Ammon McClellan . . . $963
turn to Christ who Is able to dolor
and Mrs Thomas N. Pierceof
ALL NEW : an Asphalt parking lot, farmor Lots to 12 Inc., Block 96 Ammon McClellan . . . $1365 Shelbyville, Ind, will spend us excedingly abundantly CARRY OUT SPECIAL
I ranch road tennis court era Mcdellan . . $13.65
Lots 1 to 12 Inc Block 101 Ammon
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17-ft. Fiberglass boat, complete next week with Mr. and Mrs. above all we can ask or think.Open ,
playground, contact Mr. Lots 1 to 12 Inc Block 114 Ammon McClellan . . $2465
,
with steering, windshield hardware Tom Pierce In Okeechobee. your heart to his plea, foALUMINUM FRIDAY-SATURDAY-SUNDAY
,
Myron Brown or C. B. Me- LoU 1 to 9 inc, Block 115 Ammon McClellan . .. . $141 uooooouoaonc
remote controls, 40-HP ------- uuxnmoo uouuutooamaua rrwoooawauocox
electric motor. 1961 model Rocket Cafes, Mobil Asphalt Co., Lots! 1, 4, 5 and 6. Block 117 Ammon McClellan .. . $369 SAUSAGE-PIZZA PIE

Trailer Oktechobee,. Florida,. Phone Lots 7, 8 and 9, Block 117,(LIE) J W Bryant . . . .. . $10.85 AWNING
complete, to
ready go.
Rodeo 6-1538 for estimate. Lots 3 and 4, Block 119 Warren R. PrevEle ... $3065 Co.
List price 200675. Special Sale 87c
6-9-13 Lots 1 to 8 Inc., Block 131 John H. Walker ...., .. $915 100% ALUMINUM HURRICANE AWNINGSFOR
Price $1495.00 Sportsman Center,
Fort Pierce. 6-9, 16 LoU 10 and 11, Block 152 Gertrude Zuckerman . . $2063 YOUR PROTECTION AND COMFORTG.

FOR SALE Three.year-old Lots 1 and 2, Block 157 Ammon McClellan .. .$ 30063 and S. BUILDERS RO 2.1031

FOR SALE 10x50' 2-bedroom gentle pony, saddle, bridle Lot 4, Block 157 Ammon McClellan .. . $663 The

Marlette Deluxe House Trailer Weighs 380 pounds. Phone 23221or Lots 1 to 6 Inc, Block 162 Ammon McClellan .. . $1863 :;' "The Stalwart"Direct

Like new. Low down payment. 27351. dh LoU 5, Block 165 Carl StdloBenjamin . ... .. .. . $7263 from Factory

Terms Call RO 7301.. 6,9-30 LoU 7 and 8, Block 163 Ruben ..... $10.63 PALMETTO RESTAURANTU.S.
Ready! to Install
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FOR SALE :BentleyOray Dry 441 South Ok chob.. F/,.
NEW 50x10 2 Br Nashua Redurl ,
Lot 6. Hock 166 Goods Co. ......,.,. $20066 BUILT TO LAST
...i l ed from: to its with S49S 40 spring heifer, 27-33 mon First Addition To City of Okeechobe sLot =-. I A LIFETIMEI DOT and RUSS McKEEHAN RO 2.516i
down .,
n at $69
DIXIE TRAILER SALES ths old; 20 Holsteins averaging 9, Block 207 .{" E. G. Arndt Est. .. .... $J..85Norihwtlt METRO ,

920,Jbs; 20 'ersey and Guer- Addition APPROVED
3221 S. Dixie HO 4.1837
seys, averagelng 830 lbs., vac LoU 17 and 18, Block 23 (HE) Oscar Waldron ... ...1. $1265

Bata Whole.ale and retail clnated and TB tested. About LoU 1 and 2. Block 25 (HE) Ernest Hudson . . $24.65 21.45

and Built the e.peelally fl.herman.for The fl.hlor eery amps very: 20 to freshen 'n June 13 in Lots 12 and 13, Block 27 Jack Butler . .. . . . $14.60 4x4

used beat material Alao trailer and ImmedIate workmanship free July rest In August and Lots 14 and 15, Block 27Souttiwert David Allgood .. . .. . $30.65 (Free Estimates)
delivery 75 mile Call-wrlte-or September. Florida raised and NO MONEY DOWN
v!.lt Cary-Craft" Boat and trailerMFd. acclimated. Can be seen by Addition
: Co Phone PA-8-8103 mil Lots 4, 3, and 6, Block 20 J. W. Edenfield . . . . $3.63 FHA FINANCINGA
ut of courthouifr Inverneii, Fla appointment with Dr. Howard
I Lots 1 to 7 inc, Block 21 Lester McGee . . .. . $70.60
Hill Belle Glades, Fla., or con Visit to our factory will convince that our
JEEPS TRUCKS Lots 8, 9 and 10, Block 21 Lester McGee .. . . .. $965 you
'57 Willy Station Wagon tact Dr. Frank Platt Rodeo awnings are one of the best and our prices are the

4 wheel drive an excellent 6-1421 Okeechobee. 6-9, 16. South Okeechobee lowest. Guaranteed for 5 25 In the
LoU 1, 2 and 3, Block 22 (HE) F. E. Wilcox . . .. .. $30.63 yrs. yrs awning
buy at only . $873.00
LoU 4, 7 and 8, Block 22 F. E Wilcox .. . .. . $246o$1406o business, rated with Dun & Bradstreet
51 Willys Jeep 4 wheel
LOST Female Chihuahua Dog. First Addition To South OkeechoBee .
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drive as Is where is $273 00
57 S-102 International Brindle and white. Answers to Lots 1 to 12 Inc., Block! 30 Thomas Packing Co.,

name of Sissy Lost at Har Inc .. .. .. .. ... .... aeea eeez!

pickup truck -. graves. Contact Joe Jones at Lots 3 and 4, Block 34 lIE) Jack M. Butler ..... ... $25.80 BETTER BUY BUICK
runs good .. $495.00
'SO International L-174 RO 6.1091.. 6,9-16 Royal Oak Addition FORMALS *

with flat body-a good WANTED 4 or 5 String Banjo, Lot 4, Block 3 Board or Trade, Inc .. $3.63

buy at only ". " $530(),00 used. Write Okeechobee News, Wright First Addition

57 International A-120 Dept. HL, giving price. dh lot 12, Block 2 DC. Hare . .. ..... . $1063 Evening GownsPASTELS r

4x4 pickup as is . . .$39300Si Acreage
Them At Beg 6115 ft S of the NE Cor of & WHITE

MINTON EQUIPMENT CO. EmploymentHELP SEU of Sec 21, & run W at Rt SUITABLE FOR LODGE & CLUB WEAR

511 S. 4th St. Ft. Pierce WANTED White middle angles, 361 ft more or less, to the a

FOR SALE 14' boat, 25 HP age woman. Housework and care E. BUry. of: Parrott Ave, thenceS $ 98 t

Johnson motor and trailer. Electric ot one child Good hours. Call along E bdry of Parrott Ave, $29.98- 19

starting, steering, Good Mrs. K. E. Ford Day 2-6031, 310 ft. thence E at Rt angles
I' night, 24821. 6-16 361 ft. more or less to the E 00
condition. Call Rodeo ETAO
bdry. of said Sec, 21, thence N $35M024
condition $2 O. Call! Ro Mill
along E bdry. of said Sec. 21 Mr
HELP WANTED a .t +a.
6-17p
distance of 310 ft more or less, 98 f M

FOR SALE 1954 Mercury, 2- Experienced required In asphalt to the pt. of beg Said land lying $39.98-27 ....,l.d".u.. .rJIt!

door radio, heater, automatic road constructions in and comprising a part 3

I transmission '61 tag. good buy. Asphalt finish machine op- of Covt. Lot 4, Sec. 21, Pep 37 J. H. & Doris G OFF

$200. Call RO 2-4643 6-16 ator ((2)). S, Rge 35 E Walker ..... .... .. $5065 $49.98-$349amnmmsamecaos TOM PIERCE, MGR.

C. A. THOMAS: SIZES 518BLAKELY'S
GALAXY-
1961 4-DOOR FORD
Finishing machine screed operator Tax Collecto- '
hardtop! Power Steering, powerer ((2)).
of Okeechobee
heater. Like City
brakes, radio,
new. List for $3784 Sacrifice Permanent employment at Publish June 16, 23, 30 and July 7, 1961
120 N. 2nd ST. HO 1-2134
; $2675. B & L USED CARS, 3221 good pay and benefits. Contact The Okeechotee

S. Dixie Phone HO 4.1015. Myron Brown or C. B.McAl. I V more done . Maw more lUll

f .., Mobil Asphalt Co., .
1961 FALCON. 4-Door Custom NewsDEALER .
Okeechobee, Florida. Phone .
Automatic Transmission.
Radio
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RO 6.1531.Business.
Sacrifice $1695. B & L Used Can FATHER'SDAY r

3221 S Dixie, Ft. Pierce, Phone A+ %

HO 4-1013
Service

1961 VOLKSWAGEN This is a t t'r'

new car. Full price, $1775. SEPTIC TANKS and GREASE 1 .

B & L Used Cars, 3221 S. Dixie, TRAPS CLEANED and Repaired WANTEDTO

Ft. Pierce, Phone HO 4-1013 -Phone Okeechobee RO 2.4724 or SUNDAY tdi+ ( r 1 t.m .
RO 2-2071 e )
FOR SALE 1855 >i ton Chevrolet
.V pick-up truck. Good condi FOR REPAIRS on Frlgldalre and JUNE 18 IN x
y
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tion. For Information call RO Maytag Appliances call GIL. HANDLE WIDELY-KNOWN PURITE WATERCO. $ f

2.2371. 6-16 BERT'S RO 24231.. tf f)
I PRODUCTS AND TO MAKE INSTALLA

TAKE DAD OUT TO DINNER SUNDAY.
TIONS. DEALER MUST BE OKEECHOBEE
HE WILL ENJOY YOUR THOUGHTFULNESSIN I

COUNTY RESIDENT. FREE TRAINING, UN. TAKING HIM TO THE FINEST RESTAURANT -

DANCING IN THE AREA. HE'LL LIKE THE I Y' {
LIMITED STOCK SUPPLY. SOME CAPITAL RE-
GOOD FOOD, THE COOL, PLEASANT SUR.
7'IL _ .J.L.L.. SUBURBAN
ROUNDINGS. TAKE HIM TO THE-
QUIRED. WILL GIVE FRANCHISE. CONTACT IN LUIuel
ATTENTION Registration be held again\ "UJlIJE. TRACTOR


for the Bronson Dance Studio! In Okeechobee PERSON. . Q rpodla tporttw yard and garden tractor. 22 oaaohtag

SIERRA INNQFSJAtj4NT tool male. Jobs adtr to do . easier on you. I'1oatillq rotary

Saturday, June 17 at the Woman Club build- mower rotary tiller, bailing rake cad now plow . for y..'

'roullcilitility. Eicluire oJl-gwu power drive.. tmoodt sbitsng(
ing from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.. All those who PURITE WATER CO. ...sharp ruining.TNt drive superb MW Wheel Hone lotaji CoB

received card with red star, bring them with
PHONE HOMESTEAD 5-4171

you. Good for one free lesson.iJ LAKE PLACID, FLA. I O. K. GARAGEPhone

CALL RODEO 6.1461 FOR RESERVATIONS RO 2.5441 If No Answer RO 2-5291

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YELLOW CLING 3for89cDIXIE HI-HO CRACKERS 1 lb.box 33c :t9'PEACHES
Libbys 2/ can SUNSHINE LB. '
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CANNED BISCUITS 3 for 23c SUPER SUDS King Box $1 19 "'

SPRY Shortening 3,b.can 79c SUPER SUDS Large Box 30c EACH 5c
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5 Page 3 Okeechobe News Friday June 16, 1961 up to 33 miles en hour and was 'for more than a night end half -, i
aqe I capable ot pulling .' load of a day. His own children, eight of
AU his life he had wanted toI about CO tons. For Mr. Dick, that them are all married and have I Ir
be e railroad man. As the del el'' meant a potential. ct SO tone of families.
SOMEBODY'S end electric engines took over, happy, squealing children Eight Sometimes the grandchildrenvisit
N however, opportunities to work can, which he also built, pro. him at the school, since It
0j CHILD on a live steam engine became vided seating for about 64 young- Is easier for them to leave their ug1ieWi&gpaclous
Increasingly\ scarce, and finally, steal. pursuits than for Mr. Dick to
nonexistent. It was 1948 before Every Sunday afternoon and all turn the engines over' entirely to
By Addl. SummersPnbllr.tlo.
j1 j\ he realized hi* ambition. He built through lie( Christmas season, be Inexperienced! hands, and when
SpMlilIrt II DltliUmOl his own miniature steam engine fires up the two engines, and they do, they are just as thrilledas 2-BedroomT
Child tat.Training Of Florid fechooU, and set it up in a park in Dothan, children who have come with hundreds of other youngsterswith
Ala, where he was employed as their parents to visit FSB stu Grandpa's trains". .-
Mr. Bartow Dick of "little"train" 6 rv
: an automobile mechanic. dents or Just to let the school Wiping the coal dust off his 4yJv }.rte
fame at The Florida He came W the boys' school, know that the little trains art glasses, Mr.. Dick aska quite seriously .
School For Boys at Marianna train and all, in 1957. Immediately
"open for business. Carefully] "Who wants pay for that?'
retired the I test of April. That, is, he began building another selected students help run the
his name was taken off the pay. larger and more powerful engine trains. Sometimes cottage fathers .
roll. He has no intention of stopping He found some at the cast take the younger boys to rideon William\ Carpenter, Army's r

work. Iron be needed among govern- the trains. For many, it is football "lonely end" last season, 111 ..
I found him at time
closing
ment surplus property and salvaged
their first view ot an authentic was also a standout lacrosse
(the other afternoon bent over some from junk heaps. 1'i
steam locomotive. player. Capenter was named to
II \ the metal lathe! in the maintenance Painstakingly!: he moulded and Mr. Dick returns to Ms home the All-American team selectedby
shop carefully grinding out welded many of his own parts. In Dothan regularly !but he Is the lacrosses coaches. .;r
a new part for one of the miniature The new engine would travel' i IAIN
trains he operates for the around its 700 ft track at speeds. !IlOrathM IaDrooMI
+ a
pleasure of visiting children. He
a was absorbed in what he was NOW Doily THRU service to -I M5
doing end wanted to explain the GOOD BUYIN TM beautiful Jim

floorpaint intrlcades of railroading before' Ft. LauderdaleMiami Walter Home h com NEVER BEFORE. . roml
talking: about hdmseif. pUtely finished on Ilvuldrooq
"When I asked Mr. Dottier to the SO MUCH QUALITY AT
Location outside leavingthe
Business
stop my check," the 64 year-dd and to Jacksonville
mechanic said. "It looked like it Inside unfinIshed THIS LOW PRICE I
that can got off with him: But I told him CORNER LOT except forflooring Custom Built On Your Lot Anywhtrt
'- that didn't mean I was deserting and
'reallytake the ecrooh"Next 100 x 135 Feet wall studs for you to For Only . .
year, Mr. Dick will be el- In Belle Glade, Fla. vh ,,,I II finish as you like
toble for official: retirement. Un and SAVE 50% OR
it! til then, he is simply doing what C. A. BAILEYREAL or
be loves, and at tine same time,i MORE .
MOORE'S keeping an important part of the ESTATE $2195
CHEX-WEAR history of transportation in the
United States alive In the minds' Phone WY 6.3084 NO
FLOOR ENAMEL of today's boys and girls. I ?
CASH PRICE
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NOWIn All financing Handled J' (\ 1M 1\

LOOK What Yea set With Hit OH.,...

NEW AU ALUMINUM TROUBLE FREE WINDOWSI!
Our lake TRAILWAYS MORE THAN 50' DIFFERENT MODELS TO CHOOSE FROM
MORTGAGE LIFE, 1st YEAR FIRE INSURANCE INCLUDEDI!
TOP GRADE 220 LB. ROOFING GUARANTEED 15 YEARS!
NEW LOCATION easiest travel II Free! AbWIII0IhMt4Y t ? I -
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Conveniently spaced, oo-tiro arrivals aDd deparJfcifM.
New .zpr: aweys help shrink travel time!! _
Afl-weather air-conditioning complete rest rooms I Addrntcnr

for' MX er out On 9th Street Just NorthwestOf From Okeechobeee to 1-way I

at COMrotev wood The Courthouse In FT. LAUDERDALE $3.25 a Slab

.riMtat J MIAMI $3.85 a... llltpil9ffii..
I Our New Modern Building JACKSONVILLE $6.90 OKEECHOBEE, FLORIDA
s.p..4000Jl,Idyb,
ORLANDO $2.90 Highway 441 North ((3 Blkt. No. of Hwy. 98)P. )
.\ 0 4161 t1 I DELAND $4.05 0. Box 372 Phone RO 6.1601 COLLECT

'..ioaytow* SANFORD $3.55plus AVON PARK, FLORIDA
For All Your Printing Needs ( tax) 3 Blocks So. of Mall on Highway 27 So.
I! Bloats for recm
LARGE or SMALL UNION BUS TERMINALPhone P. 0. Box 36 Phone GL 3.3952 COLLECT
VERO BEACH FLORIDA
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News, Friday, June 16/1961 Page 4 Government tots 6, 7, TO ALL PERSONS INTEREST. South, Range SS East, to by the claimant his agent, or RENTS! SNACK BAR LAHUB..
NV4 of SWi SEA of ED IN THE ESTATE OF according t o original I lib attorney, or it will become under which we expect to engage Dated et Ok
Legal NoticeIN Clerk of Circuit Court SWtt; and SW',1 of SEIcJ. / SAID DECEDENT: Government Survey, less void according to law. i in business on E State Rd. 70 toWe chobee County;;; Florida,
Okeechobee County, Florida Section 10, and Government You are hereby notified that a the North 50 feet. DOWUNG R. WATFORD, Sr. Oily of Okeechobee, County 12th day of June, 1961.
THE CIRCUIT COURT OF (Seal) Lot 1 of Section written Instrument purporting to YOU, and each of you, are notified SAM B. CLONTS of Okeechobee, Florida. By; LAURA B.
THE NINTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT G. E BRYANT Jr 15, and the marginal be the last will and testament ol that a Suit to Quiet Titleas WARD S. "Bud" GUBLER That the parties interested Inlaid June Ie, 2:1: 30, July 7, 1961
OF FLORIDA, IN AND Attorney for lands lying in and comprising said decedent has been emitted to the above described proper Executor of the Estate of business enterprise are: Publish:
FOR OKEECHOBEE COUNTY Florida Complainantseechobee a part of Sections to probate in this court. You are ty has been filed against you, David W. Cassel, Sr., GEORGE F, end The Okeechobee News
FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY Wish 9, 10 and 15, lying hereby commanded: within six and you are hereby required to deceased.
June 9, 16, 23, 30
Cm No. 1844 The Okeechobee between Conner's Florida calendar months from the date of serve a copy of your Answer, to Publish June 2, 9. 16, 23, 1961
SUIT TO QUIET TITLE News. Highway and the 17 foot the first publication of this notice the Bill of Complaint on the The Okeechobee NewsNOTICE DINNERWAREIWith !

ERNEST EVANS and IN THE CIRCUIT water level of Lake Okee to appear in this court and plaintiffs attorney, G. E. Bryant,
GLADYS EVANS, aka COURT 0 Jr., Attorney-at-Law, P. 0. Box
show II
THE NINTH cause, you can, why the
GLADYS HYDEN EVANS OF JUDICIAL CIRCUIT Township action of this court in admitting 938, Okeechobee, Florida, and tore OF SHERIFF'S SALE
Comp'aJnarts FLORIDA, IN I the original in the office ot
FOR East. said will I to probate should nol Pursuant to a writ of execution -
vs. TY. OKEECHOBEB IN COON Said mortgage being dated the stand unrevoked. the Clerk of Circuit Court of Issued out of the mall the purchase of any

K. W. PINHOLSTER, et al NO. 1844EST1dER CHANCERY 17th day of May. 1955, recordedIn (SEAL) Okeechobee County, Florida, onor claims .court of Okeechobee
Defendants! M. Mortgage Book 2, at page 185, G. E. BRYANT, JR before June 26, 1961; otherwise county, Florida In that certain FRIGIDAIRE APPLIANCE a
NOTICE TO APPEAR ESTHER M DURHAM ELLIs a-k-a Public Records of Okeechobee County Judge. the allegations of said Bill I cause wherein Judgement wa i In this ad *
TIlE STATE OF FLORIDA TO: Plaintiff County, Florida, and you ere Publish June 2, 9, 16, 23, 1961 of Complaint will be taken as confessed recovered against Howard Butter t7
Mary Hyden, 209 E. Maxwell\ vs. hereby required to file with the The Okeechobee NewsIN by you.WITNESS I i defendant, by Jack Rogers, 24-PtECC SERVICE FOR BEXQUISITEPATTERN
It., Lexington, Kentucky, indl J. S. ELLIS, a-k-a Clerk of the Circuit Court mdserve my hand and the Seal i plaintiff, I have levied upon one
virtually and as coexecutrlx under OHN SOLLIE ELLIS copy on the undersigned THE CIRCUIT COURT OF tf said Court at Okeechobee, Okee- 1957 Chevrolet automobile, FlorIda '
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the Will of W. H. Hyden, deceased A. T. FTJ.TSWALLACE Attorneys for Plaintiff, your THE NINTH JUDICIAL CIR. chobee County, Florida, this 24th license number 57-1030, Identification
; Mrs. Maude Steppe STEVEN'S and written appearance or other defense CUIT OF FLORIDA. IN AND day of May, A.D, 1961. number A-248250401 ofhe
Maude Hydca Hensley, Lynd i MARY WALLACE his to the Bill of Complaint 1 In FOR OKEECHOBEE COUNTY HAYNES E. WILLIAMS : personal property of the defendant
hurst Apartment, Lexington, : OKEECHOBEE COUNTY, wife said suit on or before the IOU IN CHANCERY. Clerk of Circuit Court Howard Butler, and will Lovely enough for "company" dining! Oven-proof...

Kentucky, individually and aa T. W CONELY: JR., BANKand day of July, 1961, otherwise, the CASE NO. 1841 Pub. May 26, June 2, 9, 26, 1961 offer die same for sale and will! craze-proof. White with turquoise, beige, and black
co-executrix under the Will 01 Defendants allegations of the Bill of Complaint SUIT TO QUIET TITLE The Okeechobee News.IN sell to the l highest and best bidder color
W. H. Hyden, deceased; R. W. II NOTICE TO APPEARIN will be taken as confessed 1 RAYMOND G. WORTH and I for cash In hand at the front accents.GILBERT'S

Pinholster, if alive and if dead, THE NAME OF THE STATE by you. CAROL D. WORTH, his wife THE COUNTY JUDGE'S door of the Courthouse at 1100; -
his unknown spouse, residence OF FLORIDA: WITNESS my !hand and seal Complainants COURT, OKEEC HOB R E >. m. on Monday, July 3, 1961, Phone RO 2-4231
unknown; Mrs. R. W. Pinholster, TO: A. T. ELLIS of said Court on this! 1st day of vs.GEORGE. COUNTY, FLORIDANO. same being the legal bows of
alive and if dead, her uo- Address unknown June, 1961. B. CAMP, et al. 231. sale.
known spouse, residence unknown YOU ARE HEREBY NOTI HAYNES E. WILLIAMS Defendants In Re: J C, McPHERSONSheriff. REGISTEREDANGUSHEREFORD

; Romanle clays, if alive TEb) (hat a suit has bee Clerk of Circuit Court NOTICE OP SUIT Estate of ,
and if dead her unknown spouse, brought against you by ESTHER Okeechobee County, THE STATE OF FLORIDA TO: DAVID W. CASSEL, SR. Okeechobee County,

residence unknown; and if any D!. DURHAM, a-k-a ESTHER M Florida George B. Camp, If alive and Deceased. I Florida
of the above named persons be ELLIS, in the nature of a Bill By: HAZEL WILLIAMS if dead, residence and address NOTICE TO CREDITORS Publish June f, 16, 23!, 30, 1961
dead, then against the unknown of Complaint for mortgage foreclosure Deputy Clerk unknown; Mrs. George B. Camp, All creditors of the estate of I The Okeechobee News AND BRAHMA

t spouses, heirs, devisees, legatees and conspiracy to defraud CIRCUIT COURT SEAL his wife, If alive and if dead, David W. easel, Sr., deceased,
assignees, trustees, or and for the purpose of Hal H. McCaghrenand residence and address unknown; art hereby notified and requiredto I NOTICE
grantees of such deceased persons other relief and mortgage fore- Mrs. W. J. Russell, if alive and file any claims! or demands UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW BULLS

and against all persons losure, upon the following described Albert Yurko if dead, residence and address which they may have agaJ.nstIBid NOTICE Is hereby given that
having or claiming to have any ]land, to-wit: Attorneys for Plaintiff unknown; Mray R. Johnson, If estate in the office of the the undersigned, pursuant to the FOR
SALECALL
right, title or Interest in and to Beginning at the intersection 808409 Citizens Building alive and if dead, her unknown County Judge of Okeechobee "Fictitious Name Statute" House
tht following described lands of the projected West Palm Beach Florida spouse, residence and address County, Florida In the courthouse bill 1175, Chapter 20953, Laws of
situate and being in the Countyof ; Southeast boundary line Publish June 9,16. 23, 30, 1961 unknown; Mrs. Mray R. Johnson, at Okeechobee, Florida, Florida, 1941, and House Bill 1102
Okeechobee News !if alive and it dead her unknown within eigth calendar months Chapter 26760
Okeechobee, State of Florida, of Block 6, Great Lake The 1951, amending
to wit: Subdivision, as Plat spouse, residence and address from the date of the first publi 865.09(3)( ), will register with tbeCJerk

SEVi of Section 22, Township Book 1, pages 36 per to 43 in. NOTICE unknown; May R. Johnson, if or demand must be in writing of the Circuit Court, In and CHARLIE FREEMAN
alive and if dead residence and and must state the place of residence for Okeechobee
County, Florida
:37 South, Range 35 elusive, sheet 6, public UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
'address unknown her unknown and poet-otlce address of of of the Office RO 2-5561
receipt
East; NWV of NW'i ofNE11 records of Okeechobee NOTICE Is hereby given thatthe upon proof publication
spouse residence and address the claimant and must be sworn of this note, the fictitious Residence RO 2.5021
and NEV4 of
NWtt Florida
County, ; and the undersigned, pursuant to th
king North of Taylor 17 foot water level of "Fictitious Name Statute" House eunknown and Mrs. May R. Johnson name, to-wit:

Creek in Section 27, Lake Okeechobee, thencerun Bill 1175, Chapter 20953, Laws of It and alive address and I if unknown dead, ,residence and Gin Yow Nonce Sfylel l -. .- .- ..- -- -...- -... --...- ..,
} Township 37 South, Range northeasterly along Florida 1941, and House Boll
35 East. the Southeast boundaryline 1102 Chapter 26760, 1991 amending her unknown spouse, residencead I
You and eacn of you are of said Block 6 to 863.09(3)( ), will register with address unknown; and If any SERVICE GUIDEOk..chobH
hereby required t.o file an ap intersection with the the Clerk of the Circuit Court, of the above named persons be i FASmON

I pearance to the Bill of Complaint Florida East Coast Railway i in and for Okeechobee County, dead, then against the unknown ...
spouses, heirs, devisees, legatees, -- -- .... - -"" .. ..
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filed against you in a right of way, thence Florida upon receipt of proof of I t' "" -- .
suit, the nature of which Is to run Northwesterly along the publication of this note, the assignees, or grantees of such deceased -
quet the title to real property said right of way line icUtlous name, tow itCLAYS : persons; and against! all AWNINGS A DOORHOODS HOOVER SALES CONCRETE
persons having or claiming to ..m b..sh w>4 retdl
situate in Okeechobee County, 1483.27 feet, thence run PAINT and .
Florida, legally described here- Southwesterly to the BODY SHOP have any right title or interestn I DONALD I LOW COSTI MACK FINLEY JEWELERS AND SERVICE SEPTIC TANKS
j
I and to the following described
inabove, at my office In the Northwest Corner of Lot under which we expect to engage e,1JrKntirate.ourDonald GREASE
ands situate and being in the TRAPS
Courthouse in Okeechobee, Oktechobee 34 of said Block 8, in business on Route 70 Inthe at
County of Okeechobee, State of .
Florida, on or before thence continuing in the City of Okeechobee, Countyof Watch Repairing INSTALLED
Florida to-wit
,
July 14, 1961 and to furnish a same direction along the Okeechobee, Florida : Mack CENTRAL ELECTRIC
NEIcil NWtt of Eectlon
copy of said answer for defenses Northwest boundary of That the parties Interested In *
29, Township 37 Phone 2.38.21 Clock Repairing
1 to G E. Bryant, Jr., Post said Lot 34 to the 17 foot said business enterprise are: AND GAS COMPANY CALL

Office Box 938, Okeechobee, FlorIda water level of Lake HOBERT CLAY ROdeo 2.J391
Attorney for Complainants. Okeechobee, thence Dated at Okeechobee, Okeecho- . lUng sizing here in store Rodeo 2-4724
The said wit is filed in the Cir Southeasterly along said bee County, Florida, his the lit All work Guaranteed Phone 2.5561
cuit Court othe Ninth Judic 17 foot water level to day of June 1961. ON CALL

tat Circuit of Florida, in and the point of beginning. BY. HOBERT CLAY Witch.. Diamond '
for Okeechobee County, Florida, Excepting there I rom Publish June 9, 16, 23, 30, 1961. J. R. LEONARD B.LOVEL
in Chancery No. 1846, and is Lots 40. 41 and 42 of said The! Okeechobee News. BEAUTY SALON
entitled, Ernest Evans and Block 6, and 'a 30 foot day and night Birthstone Rings for Well & Pump Five Trained People To
Gladys Evans, aka Gladys Hy strip along the Florida IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S Men A Women Complete Care For Your
den Evans, husband and wife, East Coast Railway COURT, OKEECHOBEE Beauty
Complainants, vs. R. W. Pin- right of way, and the COUNTY, FLORIDANO. All Types of Jewelry $175.00 NeedsConveniently
holster, et al, Defendants. right of way of Conner'* 231 Located At
WITNESS my hand and the Florida Highway La Re: Estate of To provide kuwanet dlically 60 ft, well Fifth and Osceola SL
seal of said Court at Okeecho- Lands in said Block 8 DAVID W. CASSEL SR. FINLEY JEWELERS / HP 12 Gal. Tank I

tee County, Florida this 5th above described lying in Deceased. designed to m tt your needs
So. Park Okeechobee RO 6-1848 Appointments Call
and of NOTICE OP PROBATE
day\ of May, AD, lost) comprising a part
No. on 441 ROdeo 2.1021 I
H.\YNES
E.'ILLIA.'lS To give you prompt strvict in .
FOR RENT

Beautiful waterfront the event of an tmwg ncy.Leonard ,
shady, Goodyear Tires ROBERT MAYS

TRAILER SPACES '
Lare" Stock In Town
7J0x14Whlto Plumbing & Repair Work WILL BUY OR SELL
l
BergerINSURANCE I
er Black

HODGE & SONSReal AGENCY $9.95 Call i

RO 6-1293

Estate P IREAUTOCASUALTYBONDSOheeehobee $1 down SOc a wok I

OKEECHOBEE Phone 2.6134 Easiest T.rm. In Town Next toG REAL

County Bank IuMnj I L B E R T' S Mobley" Garage

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Ai IMPORTANT BULLS FOR SALE JUST New RECEIVED Shipment ON FRIGIDAIRE REPAIRS AND I,

AS THELICENSE HKJHBTOMf PRIC&- Wedding Records MAYTAG APPLIANCES I

Gift Lists JOHNSON OUTBOARD *
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PROMCOMPETITIVE Photograph Albums MOTORS

by Gibson LAWN MOWERS I
Jttt es Important M your HEREFORD and ANGUS priced from $I to $13.50 INQUIRE AT '

Keens: It your auto Insurance, BIDDINGAT SOUTH FLORIDA I

pro tion. BRAHMANBreeding OFFICE SUPPLY JOE t S LIQUOR STORE I,
Farm Bureau Auto Insurance GILBERT'SPhone
YOUR LOCAL
k designed specifically for Age Ready To Go RO 6-1551 Phone ROdeo 2-4231 !
the farmers and ranchers of j
I
America. With over 2,000,000(
autos and trucks insured LIVESTOCK AUCTION
across the country, you will lOANS FOR SALE EVINRUDE DEALER I''
And Farm Bureau Auto In.
$25 to $600
turanct offers you complete George DempseyPhone MARKET 11 Lots in East SALES I- SERVICE .
modern and up-to-date pro 1
Wction. NEW LOCATION Okeechobee *
LOBBY GILBERT'S
Last year marry 60% of Florida Cattle
Phone in HOD G E S
Agent 61771Best : 8472012 1
T. Bergen feM at Auction OKEECHOBEE
Kissimmee, Fla. Fisherman Haven
So. Fla. Office Supply FINANCE COMPANY

Bldg. Phone "RD 2-4231 R. W. LASITTER, SR.OJceechobee.. Florida

RO 2-1201 I
f I'
OKEECHOBEELivestock
-= WRECKER SERVICE

of Cadillac Service / SMALL REPAIRING APPLIANCES OF MAC'S CALL) I I \

Auction Market LAKE SHORE GARAGE ROdeo 2.1631 I

III Such as Toasters, Fans ROdeo 2.5674 I

Irons and Sewing P-la. General Repairs Rodeo 2.6333 '

Factory Trained Mechanic and AUCTIONS IVERY TUESDAY chines. Brakes Tune Up DAY OR NIGHT
I
DA VE'$ Pure Gas & OU
TV channel 4 Swnfey 1:41: am Orignal Equipment Parts Herman S. Btebt, Manager Phone RO 2.5521 TRADING CENTER Welding Automotive Repairs j

Station Sundays OKEECHOBEE, FLORIDA TV d. RADIO REPAIR Phones Day RO 2.9641 TOM FOY GARAGE
WSWN .12:45 North Park Street
: p.m. Phone 2-6025
.Night. RO 2-4653 OKEECHOBEEBEAUTY

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Mary Carter 8TL'i' 'AIfD b1ItAT'AlIAIIM4aTJ SHOP BARBECUED CHICKEN SHIRLING
RIBS .. HAM BEEF
RUBY WHEATLEY
; / X i+IhAtiitwALT. PLUMBING
PAINTS Reed-Haughton Motors ,,, Cosmetic and SANDWICHES SERVICE

Beauty Advisor OF ALL KINDS
IVIRY SECOND CAN NEW LOCATION
DONUTS
FREE OF EXTRA COST AIR CONDITIONED ".MI'e North Kisstmme
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COFFEE
CADILLAC
-PONTIAC DEALERS DRYERS
PHONE HO 1-40M READY TO GO Brtdge-Road: 78
Phone ROdeo 11551 621 South 4th Street KINDS CURl SERVICE C. H. SHIRLING

TV Channel 4 Sunday S 48 am I HO U060 Fort Pierce, Fltrldt N 41Qrt sjieciaiiab' For Appointment PAGES AUTO CAMP *

Tale, RO 2-6485 Mn. Latha Woorsn Phone RO 24160L'JI"
Fort Pierct/ Florida
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I 3005 S. Dixie FORT PIERCE Ph. HO 4-1399 \

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5 Oktechobe News, Friday, June 16, 1961 cult Court Okeechobee, Florida, be taken! against you for the re1'ef (SEAL) Growers think this U the simplest
1
on or before the 17th day of July, demanded: to the Bill! of Com By: GLORIA J. FORD and gentlest way of bandI I
Florida, to-wtt: 931.. If you tail to do so Decree plaint. Deputy Clerk lint watermelons, which, because -
Legal NoticesIN Lois 7 to 12 Inclusive Pro Confesso will be taken DONE and ORDERED at Okee- G. C. DURRANCEP. of thenr size and the way
of ,Block: 88, of the Town against you for the relief prayed chobee, Florida, this the 12th day 0. Box 695 they crow, do not lend: themselves OKEECHOBEE
THE CIRCUIT COURT OP of Okeechobee, according for in the bill! of complaint. of June, 1961. Okeechobee Florida to mechanization as do
THE NINTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT to plot thereof recorded DONE AND ORDERED at (SEAL) Attorney for Plaintiff many fruits and vegetables now WELDING SHOPLocated
OF FLORIDA IN AND dn Plat Book 2, page 17, Okeechobee, Florida, this the HAYNES E. WILLIAMS Publish! : adays.
FOR OKEECHOBEE COUN- public records of Okee 13th day of June, 1961. Clerk of Circuit Court June 16, 23. 30, July 7, 1961 Before the season is over in
TY. IN CHANCERY. chobee County, Florida. HAYNES E. WILLIAMS By GLORIA J. FORD The Okeechobee News I July, Florida1 "players" will on East 7th Strttt
CASE NO. 1842 You, and each of you, are no- Clerk of Circuit Court Deputy Clerk I have pitched an estimated 26 Across the Street from
SUIT TO QUIET TITLE 4 Wed that a Suit to Quiet Title By Gloria J. Ford Fublish: watermelon for Americana to Harmon's
Uphol.terySPECIAL
C. E. DRAWDY aka as to the above described property Deputy Clerk June 16. 23, 30, July'7, 1961 Melon Pitchers I enjoy.
CALVIN DRAWDV. Individually has been filed against you, (Seal) The Okeechobee News
and for the use and benefit of and you are hereby required to Publish June 19, 23, 30, July 7 Develop SteelThrowing WAGES
SHARON WATFORD, serve a copy of your Answer to The Okeechobee News. NOTICE OF SUIT Arms JUNE 14th thru 30th
Plaintiff. the Complaint on the Plaintiffs' Chancery Case No. 1151 Hospital News
vs. attorney, T. W. Conely Jr. P. 0 NOTICE OF SUIT TO: GENE HOWARD GODBOLT On the heels of big league base Shop Wage r. $4 per hr
DORA WOOD et al. Box 608, Okeechobee, Florida. Residence unknown. ball's spring training In Florida Patients released this week
Co No. 1849
Defendant. and to file the original in the office JOSEPH Chancery EMERSON BARNES You are hereby notified that a comes another kind of ball game from the Louisiana Rauleraon Outside . . . . $5 per hr.
NOTICE OF SUIT of the Clerk of Circuit Court, cult for divorce has been !instiiut n', a progressive kind of affair In Hospital included David Chandler -
,IN THE NAME OF THE STATE Okeechobee County, Florida, on Plaintiffvs.. ed against you by your wife, that the "diamond" moves around ] Dale White. Vernon Jones, Steel . . 13c Lb
OF FLORIDA o before the 17th day of Judy, ALICE C. BARNES, Mary Elizabeth Godbolt in the from vim covered fields to packing Patsy Pearce Ruth Arnold Margaret
" TO THE DEFENDANTS: 1961 otherwise the allegations in defendant Circuit Court in and for Okeecho- houses to big semi-trailers or Hawk Johnny Wofford, ALL WORK GUARANTEEDNO
Dora Wood, residence and address said Bill of Complaint will betaken freight cars Willie Wilson, colored and Helen
TO: I bee County, Florida, and you are JOB TOO LARGE OR TOO SMALL
,
Madrigal Mexican.
unknown; as confessed by >'ou. ALICE C. BARNES hereby required to file your About the onlly prerequisite for I
0. B. Bowen and Effie' Fores. Dated, this 14th day of June, 1536 North Jackson Street answer or other, pleading, and plaoyera! : U a set of steel sinews, Remaining in the hospital are OPEN 7 A.M. TO 6 P.M.
ter Bowen, his wife, residence 1961. Milwaukee, Wisconsin serve a copy of same on G. C. I for it take muscles of Iron to John Ferguson, Ammon McClel-
and address unknown HAYNES E. WILLIAMS tall that lan, Maude Arnold, Lillian Dou. MONDAY THROUGH SATURDAY
; You are hereby notified that Durrance, Post Office Box 695, pitch a weighs up to
AND TO The unknown Clerk of Circuit Court SO glas, Mary Harden, Horace
: spouseof n Bill of Complaint for divorce Okeechobee, Florida attorney for I pounds.
Dora Wood If married and By GLORIA J. FORD has been filed against you in the plaintiff, and file the original In The ball in this case Is a watermelon Lowe, Charles Fontaine, and Annette
ell parties claiming interest by, Deputy Clerk Circuit Court, Okeechobee County the office of the Clerk Circuit! and If you housewives Jenkins. Also, colored patients Office Nite
through, under, or against the Publish: should out to the ball Walter Smith, Jack Jefferson -
and hereby Court Okeechobee County Florida go game
Florida you are
RO RO
Anderson, Charlotte 6.1781 2.6714
above named Defendants, or June 16, 23, 30, July 7, 1961 required to serve a copy of your I on or before the 17th day of in Florida this time of year you Josephine
Dele Jake ,
gall Morgan
either of them The Okeechobee News Answer or other pleading to the I July, 1961.herein would be amazed at the way the Seminole, and; Mexican patients
AND TO: All parties having or Bill of Complaint on Plaintiff'sAttorney fad not or decree pro workers pitch the melons aroundas
Helen Juarez and Christopher
claiming to have any right title,, LEGAL NOTICE G. C. Durrance, Box Confesso.will be entered against if they were baseballs Mary
or Interest in and to the follow NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN 695, Okeechobee, Florida and you as provided by law and the From the field to the packing Marroquin.
tog described property, or any that the Tax Assessor and the file the original Answer or pleading rules of the court. house to the trucks or trains
part thereof situate, lying end. Board of County Commissioners in the office! of the Clerk of DONE AND ORDERED at the melons are moved by pitching
being In Okeeohobee County, I of Okeechobee County Florida, Circuit Court, Okeechobee Counly Okeechobee, Florida, this the Sometimes workers line up In I
Florida, to-wit! : In compliance with the provisionsof Florida, on or before the 17th 14th day of June, 1961. long relays heaving tthem from 4-WHEEL
Lots 7, 8 and 9. Block Chapter 193.25, Florida Stat I day of July, 1961. If you fail to HAYNES E. WILLIAMS one to another when there is ONLYgive DRIVE '
3, South Okeechobee ac. utes, will meet as a Board of do so Decree Pro Confesso will Clerk of Circuit Court much distance to cover.
cording to plat thereof recorded Equalization in the Clerk's Office .
!in plat book 3, at the Courthouse In the City .
page 37, public recordsof of Okeechobee, Florida at '9
St. Lucie County Flor o'clock A. M. Monday, July 3,
ida. 1961 for the purpose of hearing p7
ALSO complaints and receiving! test] /7 VEHICLES
That part of the Old many as to the value of propertyas Thank You
County Road, as shownon assessed on the tax roll for. - 4
map of the City of the year 1961.
Okeechobee, extending: JOIN F. PEARCE
through Lots 7 and 8 of Chairman! Board of
Block 3, South Okeecho- County Commissioners Okeechobee
bee, aforesaid. Okeechobee County 1
ALSOA Florida. 5 _
triangular! piece of ATTEST: FOR YOUR FINE COOPERATION DURING r
land bounded on the HAYNES E. WILLIAMS /_
North by the South Clerk Board of
Street line of 1st Street, County Commissioners THE ''REMODELING OF OUR BANKING 1e
on the West by the East Okeechobee County, Florida
Street line of Miamee Publish: June 16, 23, 30, 1961 HOUSE. WE ARE IN THE PROCESS OF r /r'J
Street the North old The Okeechobee News
Road line form-
County ENLARGING AND MODERNIZING YOUR ,.. eid w rutl
ing the hypotenuse, being NOTICE TO APPEAR
a part of Government Lot Nicholas Boromei,
1 at Section 21, Township Plaintiff, BANK THOUGH THERE ARE INCONVEN-
,
137 South, Range 35 East vs.Bobbie .
Leocording to the plat Joyce Boromei you lowest initial cost
made of the-First Adds Defendant IENCES NOW, WE SOON WILL HAVE ONE

n to the Town of Okee- To: Bobbie Joyce Boromei and
chobee, said plat record Residence: .Wayne Broylea OF THE NICEST BANKS IN THE SOUTH highest resale value !
led in Book 2, of Plats at Route 2Montgomery -- .

page 26, St. Lucie Coun- Texas YOUR HELP AND PATIENCE IS GREATLY
7
exclusive
t reasons why 'Jeep' vehicles best
ty Records. You are hereby notified thata I are your buyf I
O\TOU. and each of you are no- divorce
bill of complaint for :
1. Sowed /Inlliol 4-whml
cost drfv.
v.Mcl.i
APPRECIATED. 5. built from th.
tiled that Suit to Quiet Tide ground apasa4.whseidriv.
a has been filed against you in the
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2. ,., ,..
highs voU due ,
< functional
I' L M to the above described proper Circuit Court In and for Okeecho- f. design 6. performance prov.d over billion of ml. of
L* has been filed against you and bee county, Florida and you are 3. big payload capacity on a short wheelbase' world-wide ..,,Ice
Ml are hereby required to serve hereby required 1 to serve a copy 4. 3 tok.-off
power pomti-front
7.
copy of your answer to the of your answer or other pleading OKEECHOBEE COUNTY BANKMEMBER center rear only complete lint of 4-whe.l drive vehicles

.Xalnt on the Plaintiff's at to the bill of complaint on Flabtiff's FEDERAL DEPSIT INSURANCE CORPORATION ,
rney, T. W. Conely Jr., Post Attorney G. C. Durrance,
Phone ROdeo 24101 OKEECHOBEE, FLORIDADAY4UNE
I Office Box 608, Okeechobee, Post Office Box 695, Okeechobee,
I lorlda, and to file the original Florida and file the original in
In the office of the Clerk of Orcuit the office of the Clerk of the Cir!
.
Court of Okeechobee County
I | Florida on or before the 17th
J [day of July, 1961, otherwise the 'J..p'fC.170 'J..p'Ulilily Wogon 'J..p'Un"101" J
I allegations in aid Bill of Com
I plaint will be taken as confessed FATHER'S 18 JOepVEHICLES

I | hy you. MADE ONLY BY WILLYS MOTORS
DATED this 13th day of June,
I A. D. 1961.


(SEAL HAYNES Clerk) of Circuit E.! WILLIAMS Court GIFT FOR DADSPORT TUNr I N HONG MAVERICK KONG Wednesday Sunday,, 7:30 7:30 PM.P.M.

,
By: GLORIA J. FORD

t I Publish Deputy Clerk GILBERT CHEVROLET CO., INC.

I June 16, 23, 30, July 7, 1961 PHONE RO 2-4231 OKEECHOBEE
I The Okeechobee News SHIRTS Compare at 1.98 1.19
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I IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF Reg. 3ge Pair
THE NINTH JUDICIAL CIR. 3 Pair NYLON STRETCH SOX . . , . 1.00

CUIT FOR OKEECHOBEE OF FLORIDA IN COUNTY AND- i/ f IJ o F faERS: m

IN CHANCERY. LEATHER WALLETS , . . $1.39-$1.982503.50 a
CASE NO. 1850
SUIT TO QUIET TITLE

IOARENCE MARTHA LETTER LEFTER, Ws and wile SHAVING KITS . *1.002.00TEE JUNE 18TH

Plaint fis,
I \ vs. SEE WHAT WE HAVE FOR HIM
JOHN MCCARTHY, et al.,
I SHIRTS . White 59c
Defendants IN
I NOTICE OF SUIT ,
I THE NAME OF THE STATEOF

t FLORIDA: POCKET KNIVES . . 59c to 1.49
o THE DEFENDANTS:
I Win McCarthy and Mrs. JohnQbsthy .-om RODS
its wife! residence 10... .. rt
Id address unknown; CIGARETTE LIGHTERS . only 98c

I Mrs. Cora C. Baker and James
I Baker her husband Cubed
,
,. .Rosslyn] Farms, Carnegie, DESK SETS : only 98c
em
Ivanla;
IWD\ TO: All parties claimnCIi' 4
west by, through, under or
I tin* the above named Defendt ASH TRAYS . lOc to 1.00

t, or either of them.YD o
i TO: All parties having or

$$1 r" -DC to have any right, title! ASH TRAY SETS only 98c
,0 [Merest In and to the follow- '
described property, or any v PLUS OTHER FISHING -
': hereof, situate! lying and 2"9c I AND SPORTS SUPPLIES T "
ADDRESS BOOKS
In Okeechobee County, MEMO . 98c

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WALKER CUFF LINK SETS . Special 1.25

ST CONTROL


Chemical & LEATHER BELTS . . $200Reg. . . 1.29

Exterminating

i'' Company MENS HAIR BRUSH & COMB SET . Reg $1.49 . 98c


txptrltncod Men SPECIAL MENTION FOR FATHER'S DAY

dun EquipmentOrange White and Colored
HANDKERCHIEF SETS . '. . . 98c

4 WESTERN AUTO ASSOCIATE STOREFRANK

112 ; Ave. ALTOBELLO, OWNER
PETERS 5c TO $1 1 STORE
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White Dress Shirts Walking Shorts Hose


t t Knit Sport Shirts Pajamas and Robes Ban-Lon Sport Shirts



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(I OktvchobM N.w., Friday, June 16, 1961 Pigs 6 FLORIDA WILDLIFE SCRAPBOOK
; ebra, Bot-
StudentsTo Psychology Biology Rest Home NewsMr.
They are willing to go along with College any, History or Western Clviliza-
HERE THERE1' if all are made Register lion and Survey of. the Social and Mrs Albert Saunders
t ) (local contractors Science of Key West visited Mrs. Janie
pjrotest inferior' building RJ&, Formal registration for the Platt at the Dunklin Rest Homeon
AND YONDER practices by the out-of-town contractors termer Session of the Indian Race Track TakeIs Thursday 'and Friday.
BY EMERSON MOORE and will organize to A eCATF5I River Junior College wil Hake Mr. and Mrs. Mike Sable of
control the whole situation. HAVE pace: at the administration build- $2,000 Higher 'Fort Pierce visited Mrs Junta

Equally loud, but not organized $MOOTN SCALELKS log In Fort Pierce Friday, June Dreese at the: home on Sunday
18, The State has lent $12000 to
Quite a little storm hit Okee Is the howl of local residents COLOR GRAY 500/E5 between the hours of 8:30 and and brought her a birthday cake
chobee after the protest by )licensed who weren't aware of the license A BovEITISH _,l :Wand700to900p:: m. New each part of cif the the 67 racing counties distribution as their. and flowers In honor of her 84th
students
TON who have birthday.
contractors that all were ordinance or never gave It a WH 9gINDftsDE5 J not completed
Ibis makes total of
$L85OOOpaid
heir a
I not required to obtain licenses, thought "Why", they say, "doesat SPINE applications are requested Donations at the home were
each the
to
county during
to do so prior to the 16th. candy by Nix Candy Co.
the Qty Council meeting last the city let several thousand dollars More I
ROf1ND ,
SPOTS than 100 period July 1, 1960 to June 7,
week. Storm of protest, that Is. go down the drain each year ON SIDES... ((4lEA3NT a desire students have indicated 1961 as compared to $183,000 for'

One or two licensed! operators when we need streets, walks and OLD 5Pc geAj ' 15dALLy session to to attend this summer the same period last fiscal year. NEWS FOR. PIE BAKERSFor
protested because It was infer- lighting so badly." It's a good st LESS THAN courses study the following There wil be one other small a whiter meringue that
red that !they did not have a license question and we hope for a good yvors y 5Las.RECORD. : Education, English, distribution between now Anti cuts well],!, add lemon Juke to egg

Some contractors protested answer. taste Mathematics College Al- June 30 ........ : whites before beating
that they would be Imposed According to a report by a Ls/
upon if out of J, towners were allowed person doing some plumbing In ai, alC 29 ,
to work without permits! the South Park business area,
iN OUR CiTY
r f FOUND hf THE ,
A; LARCaER .RIVEICS ,4p 9'
IIUmmn i 1 .. I.' .I. ". 47r fLd70 1 COOLING ALONEISN'T .. -
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.l'J\4.. >r\ . '.. ENOUGH .* :'


Introducing . it takes moisture removal too-and FRIGIDAIRE HAS ITl
CgAt NWpEn'

,00011WC
10 *: This BTU/Hti
Ciradtr.ltHJFCRH .. big 19,000 I

Janice Shirting GGbD TO E47/ I SN (Ness*,Molitwi StmiliCM Rimgvd $ I FRIGIDAIRE

-19W). Room Air Conditioner

LHUtIf 6.4iea ANt FRESH Wlfrllt I'S" COMMISSION 2 i! ...t r t'I r removes more. moisture

Specializing In Hair ColoringTO the city is losing another source considered. the very real and Irreplaceable times pored over the old records. dc 'I from room air man

of revenue. He said that while loss the city end They meant much more, howeverto > , .. w" any other leading brand
repairing plumbing on a local county sustained when the News the old time residents than of comparable capacity*
business building they found the building burned in January of they did to us. We are corrvparativ ,
,
: water hooked direct with no this year The news files for the newcomers, I
that ..
meter. A check he said, revealedthat last 50 years, a complete record *Proof! removes more moisture .

ANNA JANES I several buildings were not ed history the progress, the reverses Mary Louthan Here's what you get with this
on meters If this is true it tragedies, comedies, the CODuNI, MOIUUU, 11i1Darl

I Ehould be corrected immediately.Not births the deaths, the comingsand Receives DegreeThe big FRIGIUMIRAiu-i u! UNIT tAPADiTT ITU/HI/ AtMaNAAMONIt fTf/NA. TNIt % Mon

only is the city losing goings of ounr citizens, the 'IIIIOAIU 11,000, ,.' -
BEAUTY SALON money, but it's unfair to those floods, storms, drouths, all overt Pennsylvania State University % BIG COOLING CAPACITY-19,000 BTU per L 11,400, II 111% Moro
!
_
conferred
who must pay every month or acts of nature that affected the today degrees on hour!
I I I 2UOO 1.7 21% More
lose their water supply. area-all these records went up 2,680 graduates, 100 years alter
PHONE RO 2.3962 TODAY FOR A NEW YOU In smoke. _, the first raise of elevn was gra< . REAL DEHUMIDIFYING much. a barrel c _news _U _21% Moro
uated In 1861. Among them wa of moisture a week! e 11.000 U 25% Moro
I The Okeechobee News Is 50 How Okeechobee was affectet "i
Mary A. Louthan who majored ,ub'IIh04' ffvrtlI'ttfrCu.'spoimf
available
toil
at to From
3-SPEED FAN-volume adjustable
IN HAIR COLORING years old this month Many papers by two great wars and he Korean in counseling In education. 0
run a column telling the incident good times,Ttmd depressions flick of a switch 1
President Eric A. Walker con- PROOFI You needmore
.t events of 10-20-30-40 years ago- the politicatrthe; economic felTed the degrees, which included % QUIET OPERATION-just a genie rtUll1rlnl moisture removal I
some of them farther back than
nn I the history, allthis
y ''If" physical 57 doctorates and 275 master' doarea murmur! .
,that. Not The Okeechobee News, was lost1 'LAST YEAR HUMIDITY

h'' I however. How many people have It came closer to us. We oft. ( There were also 1,951 candidates e2t'owL REACHEDOOORMOREIN

for the baccalaureate degree and / PS** .oURCIT ON OOaOAYS[

405 received associate degrees,
: : marking the completion of a two- ....,,..hWewd w5_.......ifili""..HtGILBERT'S

\ 1 1 1 r A {''' year technical program offered at
the Commonwealth Campuses ol
1 the University>>


EPISCOPAL BIBLE SCHOOLTO
OPEN MONDAY, JUNE 1!

SALE Daily Vacation Bible School at
ALLOWANCE
the Church of Our Saviour. Epls SPECIAL
copal, Is to open Monday June
19, according to announcementby TRADE-IN FOR ANYTHING
: 7 LOWEST PRICES EVER Fr. George Cave vicar of $3000
the church The Bible School Is
to be In progress three hours SALE THAT CUTS!

TURNPIKEPROVEDGOODYEARS dally, from 9 a. m to 12 noon,
i Monday through Saturday, and

) children 14 are Invited from ages three through t o t t I END CRANKSHAFT NENDINe AND'EAQlNE 0fAIADMm (

TIRES Theme of this year's school Is sfii-o-Htric" em tatme cierct t BLADI

Living for Jesus", Plans for the AUTOMATIC SAFETY"INSTANT"
0 PIUS = ]
school Include a daily program, STARTER GRASS CATCHER
with refreshments, games and waMerreemswrM
craft work. ,4NY, ",1"w Ar{AwMw NEW'7nsfanStartin The closing program will beheld

10 o'clock.Sunday morning, June 25, at 11P ,22H, POWER I MOWER
'"""
TNAOnu
k. 4 CYCLE ENGINE
annsuewnur.,. '"r BRIf6S a$TAATTONua
I aenn,sum
Legion AuxMeeting ; ," ? 1ss1Tllurnts LOW PlJCE
Held an eAANlcuun uNOiNO AAO INGIIN .
oaMAa wnrl AoranNa aura eNO
/ ? rrr NunounAUnnaramMnlestADl, ?
Monday ;
NightThe $99
a+ .w.ww. rw.r uu roww
I
regular fleeting of the
Okeechobee Memorial Unit H -
: : was held Monday night at the
GUARANTEED 4 home of Mrs Charles T Hart, NO 1101Er DM utIf t2 aldjtr
: = 21 Jr, President rnu.wn
Brattan presided
"NATI ION-W I IDE eAy0O.Anrr /
during the meeting 1 ,
/u end j row b } uiy':, (teal
end' elm The 3-T All-Weather carrie Goodyear' DeW a*. Business program for theeve-
en ,,, ,,
faonwlda Guarantee for one full year Your written ring i Included discussion on fundraising \ 1 ?
cartiflctta Itatei that the original owner of new J to furnish a room in the ..w \ V V a: V 7 'V 'P Vnau
V
Weston hit turn guaranteed againit normal new county hospital. The room _
road hazard*-I.e, blowouu, fabric breaki, tut.-: will be In memoriam to Mrs.
.. ALL-WEATHERS except repairable punctures for one full 'carl I Any I' Lee Woods, rehabilitation chairman .
-
of the more than 60,000 Goodyear dealers In the for the past 10 years. Motion -
: Safer tires .
aren't ,
expensive United State will repair, without charge, or male d was made that all monies re-
.:. these 3-T All-Weatheri are allowance on a new tire bated on original tread ceived from Snowball concession .
proof.You'll get mileage from depth remaining/ and current "Ooodytar Price. and member's coin cards xsac ru a
go into this fund.
these beauties I You'll
rugged Mrs Brasher Ard, Poppy t

get traction aplenty And, chairman requested hate unit )3. :

:, you'll get the quality Good entertain Poppy Sale Girls Wednesday
N 0 M 0 N EY afternoon with a swimming _ _
builds into tire
year every regardless party at the pool. Atci% '

of the final price- Also that Darlene Snipes be given r,.a . ,...
, r
,. : u v
I DOWN a Silver Dollar for her out I-' ore ua 00,0 .nr w
r '
the guarantee proves ill! . standing collections. WYa erwt eel4ee wean e4 wl 'S1 4- -f$

Refreshments was served by OaAu ..ur.
==: r,+. =
the hostess following the r a i
meet.
with the eld tires off your car regardless of condition Ing.

-
. 231NH mmuw_ ,
According to the 189 U. S. ,.roue'
SWATHWII uaa".uul '

GOOD/ EAR led Census all other of Agriculture states In percentage, Florida 579 I MOWn MOST OUTSTANDINO OfFM IN TOWN Exclusive At SHOP IN PERSONS:.

increase In
average per (arm
value of land and buildings The MAIL ORDERS FILLE

MORE PEOPLE Peninsular state ranked secondin l :::::=-====.._ .....-...
RIDE ON GOODYEAR TIRES
THAN
ON
ANVOJHfR.KIND: the nation in gain In value '
HO
phone
1.5600
per acre of farmland. ; _
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GILD ERT S Winter corn e.,, + r Fort Pi.re ', Largest, Mode ,
-30,000,000 pounds in Florida A
Jewelry Appliance Stor
this year was two-thirds greater Diamond ore our bimnttNot a Sideline

.than 1960.


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"' LAMONTI Spot Ink car H. Dairy BusinessIncreases Greatly, It --cED._ uI.Ai1"ibAlilY_ ._ : ..EDTlON: : II'fl'




MOORS
A aurvey of Okeechobee county1 dairy Industry by .r. "

The Okeechobee News representatives as they launched \
It doeent seem like such a into the monumental task of preparing the' Second An.

long time since we came to Okee- nual Dairy Edition found the industry, already a lusty,

chob e, but Jt's been 13 years. thriving business, to have increased. during the past year

We were just passing through, In almost every department of dairy.
every
and, like a motorman on vacation .
stopped at The Okeechobc The Industry brings thousands of dollars weekly to

News office. Ammon and Adnette Okeechobee trading area, it employs scores of families, IDhe ($ksrltofoi Nni

McClellan had just bought: the It enters into every way of the Okeechobee way of life.

paper from Bryant Bowden. Although The dairymen themselves, most of whom moved here

Mac had taken a course from the frenzied congested area of the Gold Coast, have !

in journalisra, neither of then I expressed satisfaction with the tranquility of Okee.
bad much knowledge of how to chobee living. They are pleased with local conditions, Volume -Number SO Price 10c-Phonr R02-3221

operate a newspaper, yet they with the friendly, cooperative attitude of citizens here

were planning a big! 32-page is and the healthy, fast-moving area. '"

sue. They had a printer, an elderly We Thank You Governor Bryant
A few ,
named Sam Wilson years ago Okeechobee was not a dairy county
man ,
eho with his wife bad been getting It 15 true there was a dairy here, a small installation Contractors Form

the paper out. Co we went which had its own bottling plant and sold Its products
locally. Today there 23 big dairies in the
to work for Mr. and Mrs. Meridian are area, some wr
continued with of them employing many families and none less than six OFFICE OF THE OOVIRNOR
and on

them for seven years before or eight. TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA Local Association f

buying the newspaper. And we're Marketing practices have changed. Now the milk Is

pill continuing on, though we piped from the cow directly into huge cooling tanks and

sold the newspaper sever a I trucked to market. The trucking industry istself is a FARRIS BRYANT Local contractors met in the

weeks ago. big industry embracing investments in trucks and 4od,0 G".rn'r commission room of the courthouse

t equipment Into the millions of dollars. "\. Okeechobee Friday night to organizethe

*Wben we came to Okeectobee. Okeechobee dairies relocated in Okeechobee for many Okeechobee Contractors Association.

things were different.. Except for reasons, chiefly of which, of course, was the available It was agreed among

the federal highways there was land suited for their purpose at reasonable prices. Be. Mr. Lamonte Ho Moore Bank IsRemodeling the builders at a meeting last
only even miles of paved roads cause of ideal weather conditions (an average year-round e week !that the move was nee...

to the. county: and not many temperature of 73 degrees with no long drouths or PublisherTho cary for, the protection of both

paved streets. Indians came in floods) the area has a 12-months production period. Rich Okeoehobdo Nova c the contractors and those having

from the reservation and grazed land, sufficient rainfall and a long growing period makes Po 0. Box 638Okooohobeo ; building done.

their horses in the nay park. for excellent pasture land. Competent help Is plentifuland Florida Twenty two contractors: were

There were complaints that goats :feed and feed: dealers are conveniently located to present. The meeting was called

were eating flowers and shrub give economical and efficient service. The Okeechobee County Bank to order by A. A. Scott of G andS
IP the cemetery and commerciafishermen Builders. Alter a brief discus.
I were in a giant.eize Schools, churches, merchants, business and professional Door Mr. Moore : opened for business la its present lion as to the purpose of !the organteation *-
location Nov. Both 1943. One of
bacsle with the Game and FreshWater men, service institutions and the public cooperate they went on to elect
, Fid Commission tretseining. to make for better conditions for the comparativelynew the then right! McNutty banks, officers1. Nominations were made
dairy industry. City and county officials work together which baa total assta of about
The fi-heimea tot and from the floor and an oral votewas
the lake was forever closed to for the betterment of the area and great stridesare It ia a vary real pleasure for me to extend to eight million dollars the Okee- taken.

taking fish by nets. being made in road building, school construction and the Olceeohobee News my heartiest congratulations chobee branch has had a steady Scott VIal elected as presidentof
drainage. A new 35-bed hospital is nearing completionand its mark of success. Today, the ten
on completion of 50-yearo of service to the the new organization! Overkabill

During these 13 yean things a private medical center is being built. people of Olcaoohobeo and tho surrounding area. McNutty of Banks eighty have million assets dollars.In ( as vice president, Clayton
excess
1 have changed on Main Street. The county has, during the past few years, erecteda After many years of steady Increase White, secretary and Mr.

The gone.old They've ramshackle been buildings replaced art byE swimming pool, a new county barn, a Youth Center. No giant dally newspaper, no matter how complete of service to the community Kerby Committees, treasurer.were formed M

Peters 3c to $1 Store, the A & P Three years ago a new elementary school was built, It may be crm ever bring to the people of a the Okeechobee Branch follow: Oscar Crabill volunteered
last wing added and this another
year a was year wing addition bad to
found in 1957 an
Store, Western Auto building, Is under construction. An addition is also being built at community coverage of their local activities as be made to take care of their at a request by Scott to act as

Flagler Park building! Robinson the colored school. All this was brought about by the can the paper which Is theirs alone. Your Loan Department. In the wake of chairman of the code committee.
Seed Store Meserve Hardware,
Dime Home, Furniture, Royal'sBadcocks increased population, due in a large measure to the dairy interest in your area its people and their the increasing size of the Bank, To this most committee important, undoubtedlythe In the or. !

Bus Station, and _the Industry. activities has firmly established you as a it has again become necessary i
Standard Oil Co., to name a few central part of Okeechobeo's way of life and I to expand and remodel, which drafting an acceptable building
Remodeling and face lifting of Funeral ServicesFor It Was know that $0 promises to give Okeechobee one
Tough, years hence tho nows will still be, code for the city and county.
of its most atttractive buildings.
ether buildings have done muchto chronicling tho achievements of tho region and Noah Willis Virgil Britton and
enhance the of H. A. Stokes But We Made It Now in the process of remodeling
appearance
Nick Rankin will work with Cra-
. its people and doing so with and
pride
pleaauroo plans call for an additional
The
Okeechobee.
downtown only
Held This It your second annual bill, Britton acting as cochairman.
WednesdayFuneral 2200 feet of float-space. The
sub-divisions we had were thweedgrown Usue of The Oktochobte They hope to have a code
remnants of boom services will be conducted News Dairy Edition. It combines It IB an honor to Join with your neighbors and building will be faced with antique worked out for presentation to
with three
, days and even today we can Wednesday in Columbia, the annual tribute to friends in honoring your Golden Anniveraaryo brick recesses, the body within two weeks. Cra-
I of which will house the walkup -
show you sidewalks far out in S. C. for H. A. Stokes, local resident dairy farmers with the fiftieth one window. The front entrance bill said much can be picked up d
. the boondocks. Now we have lev who died Sunday at 10 a.m. anniversary of The Okoochoboe from codes from other areas t that ",
.0 eral subdivisions with paved Coral will be greatly enhanced by the
in the Veterans Hospital at to Okeechobee Copies
will apply
News. This the
i' year Sincerely addition of wide glass panels.
streets and beautiful new homes Gables. Mr. Stokes was a victim Edition of various codes are available
Dairy was produced
Two drive-in windows will be
cf lung cancer. He bad been ia uncle -Jifflcuftloi. Because The Palm Beach code is probably
Alan about week in Okeewo health for several months .. placed on the south aide of the "
a tailing .( he
in the state,.
f Ph. ditfttrovt Nr..ufhr.dby ,the best
e ./**.., took Tb. HeeInd > and lad beta confined to tile $" "tIo. ..1' building with the Bight depositor, '
to the We The News In January, the _. of this said, but indicated it would probably
went postofllce. hospital previously. ,. added in March year, lacIng -
pops li hlnlllrinted In Fort .. ., be bit rigid as the initial!
had no car and no drivers li Mr. Stokes' bad lived in Okee- .... ... I \ g' the north.President a
cense. Sheriff Newt Stewart1 arrested elates several yean lie was a Pierce with tho Okoochoboo .. and Chairman of the code for Okeechobee. It will be

us along with 16 other carpenter. printers driving the 10-mllo Governor board of the Okeechobee Bank is revised from time to time to

drivers: We all posted bond and Surviving are his! wife, Minnie, round trip each day. Fred H. McNutty. with David L. meet existing conditions. 4

the other 15 forfeited theirs. We and three daughter, Mrs Jerry Most of the writing and FDera McNutty as vice president; Two county commissioners,

appeared !in court before County Chaslain of Silvertown Ga.; Mrs soiling Wit done by three Ralph Harper, vice president; John Pearce and 'Charles Harvey r,

Judge T. W. Conely, a perfect C W. BlackweU of Columbia! S. porions, Lamonto H. Moore, Raymond Daniel assistant cashier were present at the request of 1

stranger, who fined us, then refunded C.: and Mrs. Biddeford Maine; Emorion E. Moore and Sylvia -and You Too MackDear ; D. N. Frands, personal l loan the association. Pearce said the

the fine because we were five brothers and one titter! One Wolff, with Phetogrophor Mayor officer. Member of the board_of county Is willing to cooperatewith

the only one to appear. We've brother, Herman Stokes, lives In Ralph Damon taking most of directors are T. W. Lonely, jr., them In establishing an applicable ;
been close friends for 13 years. the pictures. Wo are Indebted W. Allen Markham, David L. Me- code. County zoning has 1
Okeedhobee and served for several others have 22-inch column
S'urI : I, like several eight publication become he said. A '
here. to a great many ptoplo for Nulty: E. M. Meserve, J. 0. necessary :
years as postmaster like to commend The often criticized The News, but the employing 12 regular employees (
would board will doubt
13 have been their M. Roe, Sr., andR. zoning no start I'
The
past years attended the funeral services help with this Ittue and Pearce, Sr., J.
withoutthe full-time basis and
He fact still remains that on a
Okeechobee News on this its work wide zoning !lathe
on county ,
association .
educational. Through our
are grateful for their assistanco. N. Harper.
and wU stay in South Carolina efforts of The News staff utilizing eight newsboys. This .
50th Anniversary of publication, near future.
wi h the newspaper we Employees are: tellers-Cas-
for several days. happenings in the community growth can be used as a measuring
its to the many White elected
for service communy Clayton was as
bave become acquainted with Arnold Joe Butler, Helen .
Copies of the Dairy Editionare sie Lee ,
would have gone by: unknown stick to determine growth of .
every governor of Florida Fuller almost : throughout the years. Though Fairdoth and Joan Hinerman; chairman of the by-laws commit*
being ant to
Warren being the first and Scout Finance every state In the union and The News has had several ppbUshers to the commuity at large. the rest of the community personal loan teller and secretary tee. BiU: Williams and Scott Jennifer '
last. We came during its 50 of I feel that many of us are proneto growth which has been prompted will work with White ,
Farris Bryant the years R Sheffield bank
to Mabel ;
to know most of the cabinet Drive To Run tome issue foreign countries.Tho exlstance, each of whom made criticize too freely and too in man/ instances, through Theresa H. Soeth; Virgil Britton was chosen by r"'J

members and other well-known For One WeekThe I ton. weIghed more than material contributions to the quickly, especially when !it con. the efforts of The News and its secretary bookkeepers Gretha Ford, Leonard the body to head the Membership

people during that period. Coming Advertisers In this Issue community, none have been more term someone else's mistakes. staff Goodrich, Jr., Rose Mary Committee With him! on the

from the midwest to tropical annual Boy Scout Drive obtain additional sincere nor have expended more Sure, The News makes mistakes, Again, I say, that each of us Thomas and Dorothy E. Walters committee are J. R. Hayes and
may I coplosat
Florida, we learned a now way for Qkeechobe County will be time and effort in the interests of but no more I am mire than owes a debt of gratitude to the department, Johnny Brannon Williams Nick Rankia
no cost by calling at The ; proof
of life. We were and are still conducted the week of June 23 News office Othoro the community than its present the rest of vs. Criticism of The i News, for persevering, despiteour Edward Johnson; dining room will head the grleviance commit

amazed at the hospitality and -30, by men and women interested of pooplo, managing editor, Lamonte H. News reminds me of the man. complaint and criticisms, to supervisor, Annie Lee Smith. tee, with other members Clar
friendliness of Okeechobee peo in the scouting program course, will be charged a Moore.. Mr Moore has been with who complained about not hay. make our cornmunity a better ease Letter Bob Purvis Don

ple. We spread the word and today and the benefits that It offers to dime. The News for 13 years, first as leg shoes until he met a man pace: ki which to live. Crawford and J. R. Hayes.

there is a dozen families the youth of our county Managing Editor and shop foreman who had no feet. Congratulations, and Happy A motion was passed to hold a

here who came as a result of our As in the past the drive! is conducted Citizens for Ammon and Matte When "Monte" first came to Birthday, Okeechobeee News! Mayor Warns meeting each week until major

salesmanship and they too, are I on a personal basis with) Asked McClellan, then as owner for The News, it was a four page, May you continue to grow and problems confronting the new organization

busy convincing northerners of one person contacting five other To Participate several years, and now as Man twenty inch six column publication !!. prosper and aid the community Bicycle RidersMayor are Ironed out. The

the wonders of the Okeechobee persons. A Scouting receipt aging Editor again for the firm employing three regular algcg. the way next meeting will be Friday nightat

area. will be giver for each donation In Bus Journey to whom he sold the paper several employees. It has since grown to DONALD R. MACK Donald Mack has Issued the commlsison room of the

which is tax deductible. weeks aEo.Roal11ing. the point that It now is a Ui>aie :Mayor of O4ce<<:OObee. a warning that bicycle riders court house at 8 p. m
Okeechobee slept In the sun must observe traffic regulations.
excellent
The year I960 was an Persons in Okeechobee county
the time of the big bus Disturbed by several! near-acci
from
the Gulf Coun
for Stream
year interested In the
establishment of
until Just a few years ago when cil in membership growth and bus: service between Sarasotaand [ Boy Cancer Drive JayCees Will dents caused by negligence on HOME FROM HOSPITALMrs.
people began to realize the opportunities the part of cyclists, Mayor Mack Ellen Robertson return.
Increase in units. Every dist.rldshowed Okeechobee
through Arcadia
here. The growth in total Now Is WatchedGregory Observe Family pointed out that bicycles are designed ed home Monday from West
growth boy* are Invited to be guests
started in earnest when dairy Over Top to transport only one per- Palm Beach where she had bees
The goal of this council is to of Greyhound Bus lines on July
found that productive !Ian Harmon four- ea4'-o1d Night TuesdayFamily of
people the son, that the practice more
bring membership opportunity 10 when buses will be .
could be obtained at reasonable run over son of Mr. and Mrs. George Mr*. Z. K. Williams, chairman: than one on a bicycle is probillt-
to boys each the
more route.
prices. Tomato growers and year. Harmon created quite a disturb- of the local cancer drive! wishes night will be observedby ed. hospital (the preceding Monday
Finances are still the biggest Mayor Donald Mack
city councilman the Okeechobee
farmers contributed a great deal ance Saturday which resultedin to thank the citizens of Okee Jaycees Tuesday and underwent surgery on Tues
to the economy of the county scouting problem in the council county commissioners a general alarm that called chobee county for their help and evening at the swimming day. She had undergone minor
In contrast to the membership and other city and .
; elf!
county RESOLUTION '
but the real start forward was out city police, the sheriff's department donations which put the cancer surgery a week before going t.
record the operating budget fell! cera have been especially invited pool.All
.
made during the time Nathan members of the Volurteer the reaching the boon the West Palm Beach
276 percent short of the goal and Harry Hall, traveling rep- drive over top Jaycees, their wives and WHEREAS, Juno hot ho6pia4and
Zelmenovite was state repre- The budget was set for $52,823 resentative for Greyhound, said Fire Department and quota of $460. children are Invited to attend designated as National Dairy was admitted there upon the

sentative. At the urging Nathan of a few In. for 1960. This includes the council anyone interested is urged to scores of citizens. Mrs. Williams stated that she this party, bring their bathing Month, andWHEREAS advice of her physlclaan. She 1 11

civic-minded citizens. drive to office regional office and! natdonal take the trip. The boy was lost. would like to thank Mrs. Donald suits, and enjoy the cooling water moro than a reported recovering nicely
augurated a king-size He bad gone to work with Mack, Mrs. Jake Reichert and of enterprising dairy op-
institution office statff members and Lunch will be supplied by the of the pool, and enjoy the core
have a state mental I his father. After a while the Mrs. Frank Zych who had orators hove soon fit to locate PROCLAMATIONWHEREAS
barbecue that will be furnishedby
H. lost by one operating costs. For each Scout in bus: company, Hall said. Transportation
located here. I child was missed and a search charge of the city collection; the dairy Installations In the Okeechobee the month of
the next session he the Gulf Stream Council the cost of course, will be free, Joyces. Don't fail to remember -
rote but in started which went on for three Mrs. M. V Raulerson Mrs. L. the date, Tuesday area at a cost of milt June has boon designated ae
Is evenIng -
approximately $ig
have Boys a year
to a
started activity the Okeechobet County has or four hours Finally Harmon Fisher of the Bassinger neigh June 27, at 6:30.: lions of dollar, and, National Dairy Month, and
With
School located here. ap. Methodist Mens called for assistance and officials borhood and colored workers Mrs WHEREAS, Ohio hat resulted WHEREAS, many largo dairies
proximately 150 Cub Scouts
laid two Boy
already
groundwork feared die child mJghtt have Tommy Eady Mrs Reva Wells, In an upward trend In local have soon fit to locate In
had Scout and In addition !-
years previously Zelmenovilz Explorers. : Club Meet fallen into Taylor Creek and Mrs. Lattie Mae Boswell and Old Timer Dies economy, the Okoochoboo community,
the Floe to the above two
trouble in acquiring troops .
no drowned. The city siren was Lilly Mae Britt. BE IT RESOLVED that the employing many people and
which la have been started and
School for Boys recently
Ida sounded and searchers preparedto Board of County Commissioners adding much to the
The Okeechobee Methodist Death claimed one of the oldest economyof
the
showplace of area, are functioning at the Florida
has now more a than 300 boys and School for Boys. Men's Club held their first! meeting drag the creek. RETURNS HOME FROM Negroes of this city In a Tampa of Okoochoboe recognize this area, and

about the same number of em Last years drive in Okeechobee of the new church year on However, before dragging operations CANADIAN TRIP hospital this week. Andrew Carter and endorse June as Dairy WHEREAS, It behooves thepeople

ployes, adding! muucb to the County was very successful and Monday night at the church an got undeway, the boy Mr. anI Mrs. Z K. Williams age unknown, came to Okee- Month In Okoochoboo County, of Okoochoboo county te
said Board
found In East Okeechobee and daughters Mary Helen and Florida and that their appreciation te
express
\ was chobee when there were only two
of the county. we are hoping to raise our shareof
economy OfficialW.Iwme
nex.A
and
finances for the Gulf Stream barbecue chicked supper was playing with other children! He Betty Lou, and Mrs. Joel Tay. houses in the settlemnt. Burial extends Greetings the dairy Industry for Its cooperation .

Okeechobee k undergoing Ms Council In the year of 1961. served to 40 members and guests had walked a mile through the lor of Orlando, motored to Johnson arrangement are unknown. to Dairymen In the Its friendly attitude,

second "boom". However, this Program for the evening was heavy baffle, crossing the Taylor City, Tenn., where they Okotchoboo County area IN civic accomplishments and

one is different from the one !ia presented by Rev. M. M. Martin, Creek bridge. Ii.'. being were joined by their other PASSED AND ADOPTED In Hi value to the area;
this
the twenties built on specula ago for $300. They' bad sold in pastor of the Independent Baptist watched closer today. daughter, Wanda Sue, who was FORMER RESIDENTS VISIT regular' session INI. 13th day THEREFORE, BE! IT RESOLVED .
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with ranching, dalr dng. Industry abstract. They probably could T. W. Conely, incoming president VBS GRADUATION PROGRAMThe They visited relatives in Cherokee Mr. and Mri. Hob Davidson JOHN f. PEARCE of Okoochoboe do thank eachand

and tourist trade contribut be sold today for $1,000. There conducted the meeting and closing program for the N. C. and Dayton Ohio. and daughter, former residents Chairman every dairy owner, manager

tog to make a permanent steady. are rumors of big! things to come invited all members and guests Daily Vacation Bible School at They visited in Canada crossing of Okeechobee, were guests of H. H. RAULERSONR. and worker for coming

jrowtib. Gone are toe! flimsy hero. Huge corporations have invested to attend all meetings of toe the Church of Our Saviour, Episcopal at Chatham, Mich., and returned Mr. and Mrs. P. P, Evans this J. ROBINSON here and being a part of our

structures of 40 year ago, and money her and small club. He pointed out that outstanding will be held Sunday morning I. via Niagara Falls, and week. Mr. Davidson, while living CHARLES HARVEYL. community, and that we effor

though price .re now Mh for I manufacturing plants are eyeIng programs for the year during the 10 o'cock worship were present when the boat went here, was city fire chief, and E. HERBERT our hand In friendship and un

real estate they are nothing like the community. There are were being planned and he prom. ervices. The school opened Monday over the falls, killing the occu also was county highway patrol Attest derstanding.

the Inflated values of boom dart.j'' goud times ahead for Okeecho- feed everyone an Interesting and and Saturday will be the I pants. The family was gone two man. They reside now in Ken- HAYNES E. WILLIAMS DONALD MACK

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left the train at Fort Fierce and en. In 1928 he was describee Winter harvest of Florida tomatoes B.tl1ltawh, winner! of the
Prairie. traveled to the lake in a wage. by The Okeechobee News as ncounty's Legal Notice during! 1961 was almost USGA's women's national open
Big . I Both doctors went to work i at moet noted character, NOTICE OF SUIT double the previous year's vol. July 23, Is the only\ golfer to
once. The husband attended I to and is known In every part of ume. win the tournament four times
the needs of the railroad employees Florida , When he was elect Chancery Case No1151 Production of winter eggplantin cue, recently called up by the
The text of this rticl* wit Jacksonville, Kansas City, Chicago along !the right! of way proved and opened a drugstori; ed marshal here, there wen TO: GENE HOWARD GODBOtT Florida during 1961 12,000,. Cincinnati Reds from Jersey
taken from the book "L.k.j and New York. tempting. The people of Okeecho the wife practiced all over tI1e characters In the section thai Residence Unknown. twice the City, play the trumpet as a
Jack- On January 15, 1915, regular bee understood You are hereby notified that a 000 pounds was
OkMchobM" by Alfrd ; they never expected upper lake region. were not exactly Sunday School hobby.DAIRYMEN.
eon Hanna and Kathryn Abbey train service was inaugurated the train until they beard When, on June 4, 1915, Oket workers , Stopping bis fighting suit for divorce has been Insti- previous year's production. I
Hanna publliMd by BobbiWtrrlll Bill Traer, whom Ingraham lent) Us whistle on the outskirts of chobee City was !incorporate*, career, fogy Bill has mad* fated against you by your wife,
Co. The book It rtpro- to Okeechobee to publicize the town. responsibility for keeping IA one Okeechobee county's tin Mary Elizabeth Godbolt, in t be
duel In part with additionsand first train, said, "We drove to Among the first ol the new and order descended on a gross est dtizens and has made one of Circuit! Court. In and for Okeecho
comments by Sylvia Wolff the Lake where theca was a settlers were former residents of of bewildered town officials. On the beet officers in the state., bee County, Florida! end you are
Tltlo for the article WM taken wide sandy beach, but like the Basstager! ; ethers came from method they devised for sects: His sUe Une now , .1. his Interest hereby require1 to me your
from a quotation by Bill Tra- towasite. It seemed deserted." North Florida and, as a result of Ing cooperation was to threats in the boys of the community answer or other pleading, and AND ALL YOU OTHER GOOD PEOPLE
or, there was no town, only "a On a visit three yean later he the Model Land Company adver owners of business places wit everyone of which! is hit serve a copy of same on G. C.
big pralrU with a cabbage found, "a thriving town of 1200 Usements, more made the long heavy fines in case rights or loyal. friend. He Is the Presidentof Durrance, Poet Office Box 666, ,-
palm hero and Hitrt." population! with brick business trip from the North. gambling took place on their the Boy Scouts, and it was for plantw"3r eshrs me bvxz4: OUR
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Settlement of this northern blocks, a fair hotel and a weekly On Saturdays the town's population premises.As solely through his efforts thai Okeechobee, Florida, attorney for ENJOY A FAMILY MEAL
bend of fee lake, near which the newspaper". was noticeably: increasedby befitted a town of propert; finances were raised last year plaintiff! and file the original! in QUIET NEWLY AIR CONDITIONED
Battle of Okeechobee was fought The Florida Farmer and Home.seeker large groups of barefoot fishermen and ambition, Okeechobee CUq| which made it possible for the the office of the Clerk Circuit DINING ROOM ,
in 1837, began when its first pioneer of November 1918 announced in search of relaxation, soon had its own weekly news Scout: movement to exist in this Court, Okeechobee County: Florida PAN FRIED CHICKEN-STEAKS
Peter Raulerson, brought that "Okeechobee la a a change of food and drink and paper. It was known as The Call, county." on or before the ITtii day of SPAGHETTI BAR-B-Q RIBS ETC.
bis family by ox cart to Taylor's new town which has sprung up entertainment. Other groups with and was printed in Fort Pierce Besides catfish and a number July 1661. -
Creek In legs to farm and raise in the last two years as If by Identical plans were cowboy: by A. K. Wilson. Wilson! sent thRice of unsuccessful lend promotions! Herein fall not or decree -
cattle. Six years later a few magic, and Is now attracting! from the ranches to the north Brothers to manage to which were to make Okeechobee oonfesso will be entered againstyou pro
more families bad arrived marked attention as a fruit and northwest of the Lake. Pioneer Okeechobee end. Things! wen "The Chicago of the South", the as provided by law and the FRI., SAT., SUN.-cARRY: OUT SPECIAL
among them that of H. H. HAn. growing, truck and general farm- human nature being whatIt well until the Rice Boys dad north shore d the lake had a
, cock. There were enough children in; section of South Florida, as was, a sharp conflict: In procedure ed that banditry was more pr'Ol.! short-lived! lumber industry rules of the court. PEPPARONI AND MUSHROOM
to have a scbool, and adultsto well as having an abundance ol I invariably developed between liable! than Journalism. Accordingly Northeast of Taylor's Creek was DONE AND ORDERED at
have a post office,, The two Institutions cypress and pine timber of the these two groups. Invar. they organized the Bio the only important stand of cypress Okeechobeee, Florida, this! the PIZZA - 97c
cooperated: when the first growth, naturally of large ably these conflicts: ended In Gang. Thereafter, The Call had i a near the lake. From 191! 14th day of June, 1961.
post office was named In honorof size and the best quality. It Is fist fights of violent nature.Throughout varied career, In the course 01 to 1922, the Osceola Cypress HAYNES E. WILLIAMS or
the redheaded schoolteacher, also port of entry for the enor each week a careful which its name was changed to Company succeeded in reducing Clerk of Circuit Court: 4 PIZZA BERGERS - $1.00
Tantl. Mail was brought from Ft. mous fish Industry on Lake rehearsing took place on ranch The :News. it to lumber, which was fount (SEAL)
Drum to Tank! twice a week. Okeechobee Over Its Onoshohat- and lake in preparation for the While Okeechobee was Struggling to be of poor quality and ,resulted By: GLORIA FORD
When, in 1905, Lewis Raulerson chee River (the more Impressive coming: battle. Before long, Okee- to become a metropolis, in heavy kisses to the com Deputy Clerk
opened the first store, its sup name for old Taylor's chobee basked In the glory of its economic mainspring, the catfish pany. O. C. DURRANCE' ThePALMETTO
plies were brought by boat from Creek) Is carried a freight and being the roughest, toughest industry, was becomtoj: : II Longleaf pine, natural to Flo P. 0. Box 695
Fort Meyers. By 1909 Judge H. fishing business which totals ever town- east tit the Mississippi. more and more prosperous. A rida, grew in abundance north Okeechobee, Florida RESTAURANTU.S.
H. Hancock inaugurated both $1,500000 In a year." One-ho-"aa--It-all was: Uncle spur from the main track at I and northeast of Okeechobee and Attorney for Plaintiff
shipbuilding and transportation According to the report, the Charlie Winkler, who arrived by Okeechobee ran easterly to tin formed the source of a ascent Publish: 441 South OktexhobN, Fla.
Fishing! camps had sprung up in promoters hoped to build a metropolis boat one week before the train marginal wharf along the west lumber project there. EstablishIng June 16, 23, 30, July 7, 1961. DOT and RUSS McKEEHAN RO 2-5161
the vicinity, chiefly under the on Lake Okeechobee. started running. Somewhat dis bank of Taylor's Creek when '. a mill at Sherman, just out The Okeechobee Newt
leadership of Capt. T. A. Bass There was even ambitious talk mayed at the appearance of the fish houses could receive within of Okeechobee, the St. Andrew
To the north, the Consolidated the capital of the state. This aim town Uncle Charlie set about a few hours large catches from Bay Lumber Company leveled HOW IS YOUR SUBSCRIPTION?
L and Company was operating was sufficiently circularized to building a small shack In the any part of the lake. this pine stand in the period .
timber and turpentine camps, entice one newspaperman to settle main. part of the "town" andover In 1925 there were indication: 1925-1937.
Meanwliile the Model Land in Okeechobee and to promptDr. its door placed a barbershop .that the seemingly inexhaustibli After catfeshlng had declined,
Company, through Us President, Anna Darrow to offer a tractof sign. Since no fishermantook supply of catfish were being de the visions of land promote!
J. E. Ingraham, was surveyingsites land fer the new capjtol. From the trouble to shave while pleted. During the floods of 193 has been dissipated and the lumber
for future towns. The favorable her a< ount, one gathers that working on the lake, all of them and 1928 quantities of fish wen had been cut, Okeechobe<
impression received on neither she nor the c city: fathers got in line at Uncle Charlie's on I pushed out of the lake into fa settled down to being a cattle ....
his first visit to the northern thought the idea too farfetched Saturdays for the "works", The lagoons and ponds, where, whet town Around the city on all AREAS
A LARGEST ROOM
chore of Lake Okeechobee in when the gift was offered. Pos shoeshine! aspect of this ordeal the waters receded, many wen sides! pastures of this rising! Industry COOL EVEN
1911 led to important decisions.A sibly this dream acocunts for was especially trying to men unaccustomed left to die. But Okeechobee Cit) drew closer. 'Thus the NOW
large block of land was transferred the town plan which la more to wearing shoes. had already lost its monopoly ol northern shore of the lake acquired \. ". QUIETLY AUTOMATICALLY ,

from the ConsolidatedLand generous than in most localities, The Barbershop thus developed the Industry through competition its own unique characteristics .......-...-....
Company to the Flagler with wide streets and a five Into a social center where the From' Moore Haven and the buildIng which separate it more distinctly .:::. .....
interests, and construction! was block mall through its midst crowning event of each Saturdaywas of the roads to the lake shore and definitely from the "U .ew.......... '..".

begun at Kenansville on the Kistimmce The Flagler Interests tried to the battle between cowboysand which made possible the more< south shore country than the .. v..._....... \
I Valley Extension to encourage substantial building- fishermen. As a result Uncle efficient shipment of fish by refrigerated thirty mile length of Okeechobee .. ........ I
bring the Florida East Coast about $5000 per structure, which Charlie was continuously repairing trucks. Still anothei'actor would indicate. jfft. ana .......... /
Railroad to Lake Okeechobee, In 1915 was a substantial figure. what little J equipment he bad. for the decline of core .... .
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The provision of Railroad facilities Okeechobee's railroad had its Hoping for reimbursement, he nercial fishing was the highly .. ..
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had a fourfold purpose: to own peculiar character. There acquired the hobit of passing the rganized opposition of sport LAST WORD AIR COMMAND ............._..: t:
develop farmlands, to haul Umber was one train a day at first It bat after each fight. 'ishing groups: the sportsmen When it comes to home rule
and turpentine to aid the I made the trip to the main line Next door to the barbershop themselves, companies: selling tad may be the chief executive ROOM AIR CONDITIONERS \
cattle industry and, most !m'1 near New Smyrna in the mornIng was Albert Berka's bakery. Albert iports-fishing equipment and otn- but mother 1 Is usually the speak.
portant of all, to provide rapid and was back at night.! Since was a Vienese who bad ers providing guide service and sr of the house. Greatest quality vetue in home cooling today .;
transportation for the catfish I most of Its path led through come to town from Titusviile In amplng supplies. The cornmer- .-. .
industry of the lake. An official I open range cattle land, a rider search of greener pasturesandgreen tech fishing interests fought violently SHORT COUNT ....N N..N..MM.MMe/.7 :\ .......ee
was sent down to lay out "the was employed to go ahead of the they were Before long even resorting, in 1925, to If all the good resolutions that a Model WO/WR/
future great city", reported the train through the most cattle Albert not only supplied Okee he device of having the lake leally ire kept were placed end to end S The finest room air conditioner aijrwhers-
Palm Beach Weekly News, on congested part and clear the chobee City but bad a boat delivering declared saltwater in order hey wouldn't reach very far 3 a for bigger capacity, better performance and
Dec 22, 1911, and the name of track. Coming back, there was his goods to the fishing to remove it from fresh water into the new year. F i quieter operation-yet it costs.only Denotes
the post office was changed from no hurry (provided the train camps as far away as Moore 'estrictions. This! defiance of na- s ( ; to sun
Tanti to Okeechobee. reached Okeechobee City In time Haven. This boat became a veritable are could not last, however. : e OD ; Automatic efimat contraHust lit tt end
While! the railroad was being for the crew to get a good sleep), floating grocery store. then law and nature once more forget It Regardless of the changes In out
built to the lake the Flagler interests and the cars frequently rested Down from Chicago came the greed 1 the fight was resumed.No GILBERTTHEATRE side temperature and humidity, the Mans
promoted the Okeechobee along the route while the crew- Darrow family, husband and story of Okeechobee could: Command maintains constant room CQP>
section through the distribution men hunted wild turkeys and wife, both doctors, and their two be complete without the mention tort M you selected Kb ecM ce.
cf booklets from their offices in I leer, or took a swim if lakes children Dolly and Dick. They of Pogy Bill or William E. Col- :
Ins. In 1910 Pogy Bill carne to L...-...;.. .u.-..-.-..-.. .,;;......I.. "'
Friday and Saturday 1
.. fish-
""HChobee mod became a
June 23 and 24THE Ask M about these ;
Lake Okeechobee. Hisersoaal
The Most Exclusive Dress man on magnetism, his com- NIGHT FIGHTERS" Famous AnaM Oostty restarts i i'L i

plete courage and prowess with before yoa b9 any loom air tend it!o. i rrmllllll' :
his fists! won him recognized Robert Mitchum I
leadership among the brother- Anne Heywood e Over-Size Cooling Cote : BACKED BY

Shop In OkeechobeeGAY hood of the seine who brought Full-Rated Compressor : A CENTURY OLD TRADITION
their huge hauls to the town ofkeedobee. -PLUS- "Quiet Engineered" : I
OF FINE CRAFTSMANSHIP
Washable, Permanent-Type. Filter :
Pretty soon, though, "FIVB GUNS TO e
Quick, Easy "Automatic Mount" InstaJWtosi : i
the authorities decided that there TOMBSTONE"James _.........-...............-
GIBSON < must be stopped, and Pogy Bill Brown -
:. Hind himself in jail. The pressure Delta Sherman
MARTHA MANNING
to commute Pogy BilTi
t sentence was so great that a
r41 MR. SIMON argain was struck between Sunday, Monday and
Pogy Bill and Judge H. H. Han. Tuesday, June Si, 26 and 27
COVER GIRL cock, whereby Pogy Bill prom-
led to exercise! his talents onthe THE HOODLUM PRIEST"
STYLESSHORTS side of the law and order.
Don Murray
Shortly afterward he became the
itarshall, and then Sheriff d Larry Gates
fceechobee County both pod- Qndi Wood
ions for which there were few Logan Ramsey GILBERT'SPhone
andidates. Probably no sheriff
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ever brought to his office a more
4Q omprehenslve knowledge of the Wednesday and Thursday
riles and habits of lawbreakers I June M and 29

BLOUSES In s his county than did Pogy Bill I THE FIERCEST HEART"
My the foolhardy ever defied
him and even they were cau In Clrxrnitcope and
If I PEDAL PUSHERS lous. During the 1928 hurricane, DtLuxe Color ROdeo 2.4231 OKEECHOBEE

his services were invaluable,,,
Stuart Whitman
rote he !knew everyone on the
SLACKS
lake and could Identify the dead Juliet Prowse
far better than the relief work
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DAIRY EDITION-FRIDAY, JUNE 23, 1961 I NOTICE OP PROCEEDINGS( 'ducted by Dr. A. P. LOR, department Acre CUmex
Business Service 1 New Variety Running variety, Topset is generally\ bushy( In
FOR THE CLOSINGSTREETS of vegetable crops University makes higher yields, especially growth' habit. Pods ire held

I Classified AdsFor I SEPTIC TANKS and GREASE AND ALLEYS Southern Peas I of Florida Agricultural In Uw fall season( bears larger erect and extend well above the
TRAPS CLEANED and Repaired TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: I Experiment Station The new seed and has better. shelling qualities. foliage The harvest period is
You will take notice that the Proved MeritThree .
-Phone Okeechobe RO 2-4724 or peas have been compared with relatively short. The pods may
Board of County Commissioners standard varieties at !the Agricultural profitably be harvested by
RO 2-207L new varieties of edible Producer, a tan-eeeded,, semivinmg a
BARGAIN of Okeechobee County, Florida, southern peas have proved their Experiment Stat Ion, pea shows special attractions single mowing, although handpicking
Sale or Rent Two 30 x 8 modern 1 Br FOR REPAIRS on Frlgldalre and upon Its own motion will at 10 merit In yield tesU and are ready Gainesville, and in other Southern for fresh market use. The gives a higher yield
TRAILERS only $773 each. !Maytag Appliances call GILBERTS o'clock A. M. on the 11th day of states through cooperative Seed of the new varieties
Will.. TRADE House and lots for distribution to Florida seed hlgh-yield ng $ants bear (lightly sr*
DIXIE TRAILER SALES RO 24231. U July 1961, at the County Commission producers. yield trials.Comas curved pods 9 to 10 inches available, through Florida Foundation
100 x in in West Hollywood
valued at $9,000 for 3221 S. Dixie Room, Okeechobee County The three varieties-Climax, is a cream-seeded pea long and nearly free from such Seed Producers Agricultural

house and 10 approx.or more acre in a HO 4-1837- NOW YOU CAN ADD Courthouse whether consider or. not and the county determine Producer and Topset-are pro- of generally viny growth habit. Irregularities as poor pod fill Experiment Station, Gaines
the Okeechobee REPOSSESSED dude of a breeding program con Compared with the standard constrictions or blemishes. ville.
area. Contact 21ft. Owens HI EtAL. t limitISLMJLATtONISEAiX will .vacate discontinue and close
Henry H. Pilgrim, 6531 N. W. 4th Outboard Cabdn Cruiser with certain roads, more particularly
St. West Hollywood Phone Trailer and 75 hp EvInrude motor TMIE described as Meows:

YUkon 3-0639. 643,30p 15 hours on motor. Will = That part of the Old -.
trade. Can finance. SPORTSMAN >tip Quay Rood lying East of
FOR SALE New BEST
twoedroom CENTER, 3312 Orange Ave, Fort TON JIESIIf MIMaa Fort Drum Cemetery and
CBS home just completed. Easy
Pierce. e-23
West of Fort Drum
terns No phone Information. See
Creek in Section 11,
Fred Wilson at Bus Station 4 2X4 1961 FALCON "-!))or. Custom
Township 34 South, Range
Radio, Automatic TranernlssloaSacrMiee
FOR SALE 35 East.PerIOns .
OR RENT Commercial
$1695. B & L Used Cars
., location long lease. 3221 S.' Dixie Ft. Pierce Phone Intel'8tedweer '
Lott 8 and 6 Block 200. Concrete HO "-1015. and be beard at the time and
Building Contact Alan Hudson place above specified. Used Car Buys
MM: N. W. 7th Ave, Ft. Laud 1961 VOLKSWAGEN. This Is a Dated this! 19th day of June,

erdale. 6-23,30 new car. Full price $1775. A. D. 1961. .
B & L Used Cars 3221 S. Dixie, JOHN F. PEARCE
FOR RENT Furnished nice Ft Pierce, Phone HO 4-1015. > Chairman\ Board of 1 j jI
clean one or two room apart COST BLOW '" County Commissioners
1956 RAMSEY l-foot boat. A-l
mend week Utilities
By or month. ,. Okeechobee County Florida
condition. Sell or trade for small
furnished. Road 78, Telephone Attest r
ReM /MRCE1ryl :
station Okeechobee Little
ROdeo 13165. t-S9tf Farms. wagon Box 424. James CerrutL AIR HAYNES Circuit WIIdJAMSCedt Court j \i I 1959 Chevrolet v 1959 Chevrolet J

FOR RENT Furnished cabins.electric 6-23,30p
QIIIJt Na: Publish June 23, 1961 'I ) I 1
kitchens. P. Evans I SPECIAL
P. I
Phone 23961. 724tf 1961 4-DOOR FORD GALAXY- The Okeechobee News Impala, four door sedan, V8, automatic Impala, 4-door hardtop, radio, h.at.

Hardtop, Power Steering, power AR OF 1At7i111 t transmission, radio, heater, one er, automatic transmission, power

HOUSE FOR RENT One Bedroom er brakes, radio, loader Like .. LIVING'y VERNON LEO ARNOLDA owner, 23,000 miles OF THE WEEK brakes, power steering.
with trailer! attached. Call new. List for $3784. SaCrlfice9t : CENTRAL ELECTRIC son, Vernon Leo was born

Ilonsiager, RO 8-1496. a $2675. B & L USED CARS, 3221S. AND GAS CO. June 17 at the Louisiana Rauler- '
Dixie Phone HO 4-1015. I t son Hospital to Mr. and Mrs. 1695.00 1695.00
Phone 2-5561)
FOR RENT OR SALE Modem 1960'
Perry Sylvester Arnold. The boy
hospital bed and wheel chair.Contact FOR SALE 1953 Chevrolet
weighed seven pounds, 13 ouncesat :
Irene Honslnger! Box 1427 Good Condition. Call RO 2-2152. HOSPITAL NEWS birth. CHEVROLET

or cal RO 6-1496. 6-2tf 6-16,23 Patients released from the Louisiana .

FOR SALE 1952 Plymouth station Raulerson Hospital dur
FOR. RENT Furnished apartment Hold SchoolOf Convertible
ing the peat week Include Horace
Good tires excellent
in Semtoole Apartments.Call wagon. 1957 Chevrolet 1961 Chevrolet
Lowe. Mary Wilson Jack Jefferson
running condition. $125. Call RO
InstructionA
RO 6-1496 or inquire Apart.
V8 Automatic transmis
,
Elsie Reynolds, Mittle Ar
62306 or 62224. Rev. John M.
ment 6. 5-9H! Dickson. 619,30 nold and baby Zary Ann Lightsey school of instruction was four door Station/ Wagon, V8, autosion, Radio, Heater, electric half ton pickup, turn signals, rear

FOR SALE-Six lots in Cypress and baby, Christopher Maro- held on June 7 at 1:15: pm by matic transmission, power brakes, windows, electric bumper, 6,000 miles
Quarters. Next to School. $2500. FOR SALE 10'xSO 2-bedroom quin Mexican, and Josephine our Grand Instructor of Dist. 26, heater sat 13,000 miles.
Contact James C. Usher 2046 Marietta Deluxe House Trailer Anderson, colortd. Sister Helen Lee. '
East Main, Pahokee. Call\ 2371. Like new. Low down payment Remaining In die hospital ere The officers were sainted from (This Was Gilbert's Cart) 1695.00

&6-9.30 Terms. Call RO 2-7301. 6,930INTO John Ferguson, Ammon McClel- the five chapters of the district 1095.00 ONLY

lan, Maude Arnold, Lillian Douglas Worthy Matron, Sara Moon, Sebastian
FOR RENT Two bedroom du GOIXG SERVICE. Must Mary Harden, Lee Smith ; Worthy Patron, Harry
plex apartment. Refrigeration.RO sell my clean 1958 Plymouth Jeck Wilcox, Daniel Sphilmon Anderson, Ruth chapter; Assoc. $2295NEW
with commando engine, two
61901. 6-9tf I Louise Spencer Annete Jenkins Matron Myrtle Hall Unity; Associate f
four barrel carburetors, racing
and Minnie Morgan from Dover Patron Frank Eddington: ,
tires, radio, heater, high peed Florida. Mrs Morgan has been 'Okeechobee; secretary Betty 1957 Chevrolet 1958 International
stick shift, ideal
FOR RENT- highway car visiting here with her daughter Mack, Okeechobee; treasurer, .
with lots of No reasonableoffer
jo. Minnie Dykes. Also confined to Vern Waldron, Sabas Lan; cond.,
half ton pickup interlocking rear
refused Will consider IoU In 2-door Sedan, 6 cyl.! standard transmission ,
3 Bedroom houMunfurnished the hospital are Walter Smith Gladys Sullivan, Ruth; assoc.
trade. RO 2-5282 &-23 Alfred Thorp and Charlotte Del. cond., Velrna Bally, Vero; chap new tires, new paint. axle

egall, colored, and Jake Morgan lain. Kathleen Williams Okee-
$85 per month TRACTORS A EQUIPMENT8N and Billy Micco, Seminoles chobee; Marshall Helen Deben 795.00 CHEVROLETSOLDSMOBILES 795.00
Ford Tractor-runs good,
ham, Sebastian; organist: Estelle
hjd. equip.$00.00 Louis, Ruth; Adah, Kate Paige,
FOR SALE- TD-9 Crawler a good buy TRACEY DIANA LIGHTSEY Okeechobee; Ruth, Lorette Roberts
at only . . .. .. . ..2230.00 Esther E. Du
Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Leland Unity; Mary CORVAIRS
3 Bedroom house Tiller plows, several types, Ughtsey are parents of a daughter vail Ruth; Martha, Hazel Stapp,
take :your pick "..Make offer born June 15 at the local hos Vero; Hecta, Ruby Waddell Sa
CBS. FHA Hay Conditioner a pital. The baby weighed seven bastian; Warder Francis Burk 1957 Oldsmobile JEEPS 1955 Chevrolets

$750 down $56 per mo. demonstrator ... ..Make offer pounds, one ounce at birth, and holder Vero'and Sentinel, J. R. i

MV Farmall hi-clearance was named Tracey Diana. Roberts Umt$. hardtop, hydramatic, radio, Bel Air Convertible, V8, automatic,
tractor . . ... .. .. .$1,800.00
Call ROdeo 2.1646 450 Farmall I clearance LEGAL NOTICE heater, power brakes. Several Low Priced radio, heater

tractor '". .. . . . ..$2SOO.00 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the followng] described landsor Used Cars, Jeep.
C-23TF $.. Thwn At to much thereof as will be necessary to pay the amount due '1 095.00 $695.00GILBERT'S
MINTON for taxes herein set opposite to the same together{ with costs of
FORMER Woman Club Build. EQUIPMENT COMPANY such sale and advertising will be sold at public auction on the
Big, immediately South of Sierra 511 S. 4th St Ft. PierceLET'S 10th day of July 1961, at the City Hall don at U:00 o'clock

Restaurant. Must be moved after noon in the City of Okeechobee, Florida. .
July 23rd. Very suitable for TRADE MOWERS Description of Land Total Taxes
reST CALL ROdeo 2-4231
today I
Home, Apartments, Recreation for FREE Origin\" Town of Okoochoboo Nam. .. Owner" end Cost
a demonstration on
Church
Hall trade. What have or Barn.you' Sale Price or your lawn. We'll trade on the LoU 11 and IB, Block t M. J. R. Ware . . .. $285

$2000. RO 3251.. 6. spot. Sizes and prices to fit your Lots 8 to 20 inc. Block 25 ,y Capital Investment Co. ?$13.65
23 30
, 7.7.14FOR
needs. GILBERT'S LoU S and 6 Block 37 Income Inc. .. ... ..... $10.65

RENT-Furnished apart. Lot 23, mock 37 Clarence Arnold ....,.. $1.85
ment. State Road 70 East. ApplyJ. MerchandiseDAVE'S Lots 24, 25 and 26, Block 37 ((1123)) Clarence Arnold ...,.. $1565

R. Mlnehan Sr. Phone Rodeo Adnctte It Airon

2.3451. 6.23p TRADING CENTERTV Lots 1 to 21 Inc. & 26, Block 66 McClellan.. .. ..... $1363
and Radio Repair LoU 1 to 12 Inc. Block 69 Ammon McOllan ,... $1363 KENNY FORD SALES MGR.
1 Desk . .. ...... .
FOR RENT-3 Bedroom furnish. $25.00 ,
Lot 9 Block 75 (HE) Estelle King Johns ...... $343
ed house, $63 month. Close in. 1 Deep freeze (GE) ........$9500 LoU i to 12 in, Block 81 Ammon McClellan ...... $24.65
Call Rodeo 2.3221 days or 2.7351 1 Refrigerator .............$50.00 Lots 1 to 6 inc. & 10 to 12 me. Phone ROdeo 2.4231 OKEECHOBEE, FLA.

nights dh 20" Fan . . . .............$18.00 I Block 82 Ammon McClellan ..... $1863
Rollaway . . .. .... .. .$1600
BOATS AND MOTORS Phone 2'6025M'SCELLANEOUS LoU 1 to 5 Inc. Block 84 Ammon McClellan ...... $9.65
Lots to 12 inc. Block 98 Ammon McdeUan! ...... $13.63
Boat. Wholesale tad retail Low 1 to 12 inc., Block 101 Ammon McClellan ...... $13.65
Built specially for fishing
and th. fisherman The very camp.very Lots 1 to 12 inc Block 114 Ammon McClellan ...... $24.63
uaed beat materials Also trall.ri and Immediate workmanship Oral FOR SALE Three-year-old Lots 1 to 9 inc., Block 113 Ammon McCWlan ...... $1413

d liv'ry 75 mllei, Call-wrlt.-er gentle pony, saddle, bridle LoU 1. 4, 5 and 6, Block 117 Ammon McClellan ...... $865
MrO.lnlt, Cary-CraJt Co. Phone Boat PA-8.9102I and trailer mils Weighs 380 pounds. Phone 23221or Lots 7. 8 and 9. Block 117 (HE) J W. Bryant .. ...... $10.85 JUNE IS DAIRY MONTHWE

.ait of eourthoiue-Invernen, ria. 2-7351. dh Lou 3 and 4. Block 119 Warren R Preville .... $30.63

JEEPS A TRUCKS WANTED 4 or 5 String Banjo, LoU 1 to 8 IDe.. Block 131 John H. Walker ....... $913
57 Willy Station Wagon used. Write Okeechobee News, Lots 10 and 11, Block 152 Gertrude Zurktrman .. . $2063

4 wheel drive an excellent Dept. IlL, !giving price. dh Lots 1 and 2, Block 157 Ammon McClellan ....$ 30063

buy at only .. .$875.00 Lot 4, Block 157 Ammon McCellan ..... $663
'11 Willys Jeep 4 wheel FOR SALE 11 Holstein Dairy Lots 1 to ( inc. Block 162 Ammon McClellan ..... $1863 WHO ARE IN THE DAIRY

drive as Is where is .$273.00 heifers, Calfhood bangs vacctoatcd Lots 5, Block 16? Carl St-llo . .. ...... -265 BUSINESS TAKE PARTICULARNOTE v. ,
17 S-102 International aged 7 to 13 months. Call LoU 7 and 8, Block 165 Benjamin Ruben ..... $1065 p M wl '
pickup truck HO 2-3794 or contact Ada Han- Bentley- .ay Dry OF THE SIGNIFICANCE '(

runs good ... . .. . .$49500 cock in East Okeechobee. 6-23,30 Lot 6, Fleck 166 Good Co. ...... ... J0065: OF DAIRY MONTH. WHILE WE
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10 International L-174 FOR SALE New Simco Saddle First Addition To City of Okeechobee y i,

with Cat body a good 1 16" seat. Retail value $125 Will Lot 9, Block 207 E. G. Arndt. E4. .... S65 STRIVE 12 MONTHS OF THE ''n + "

buy at only .... .. .. .$5.jO.OO sell for $100. See at Broward Northwest Addition r
YEAR TO BETTER THE NATION'S ,
17 International A1204x4 Grain and Supply Co. or evenings Lots 17 and 18, Block 23 (HE) Oscar Waldron ........ $1263 a ; 14
pickup as Is .. . .. ,$393.00 phone V. L. Hayes, RO DAIRY INDUSTRY AMERICA TAKES
25451.23 Lots 1 and 2. Block 25 (HE) Ernest Hudson ........ $2465 i a 1, + wa
s.. Them At Lots 12 and 13 Block 27 Jack Butler .... '11
MINTON ..... $14.65 ONE MONTH TO SHOW ITS APPRECIATION '" ? 1ty41+ t i
EQUIPMENT CO. LoU 14 and 15, Block 27 David AUgood .. ......i.. $3065 eg
EmploymentWOMAN
Ill S 4th St. Ft. Pierce Southwest Addition OF DAIRYMEN. WE '4w i ,"' y'I

FOR SALE-16foot Cabin Cruiser WHO CAN DRIVE .if LnU 4.5. and 6, Block 20 J. W. Edenfield ........ $365 SHALL CONTINUE TO WORK ,?h' t t1p
Fair condition Call RO &- you wouUr-enjoy'working 3 or 4 Lots 1 to 7 Inc., Block 21 Lester McGee ........., $"063 t y y, ,

1721.23 hours a day calling regularly on LoU 8, 9 and 10, Bock; 21 Lester McGee .......... $9.65 TOWARD BETTER DAIRYING
a group of studio Girl Cosmetic South Okotchoboo
METHODS PARTICULARLY IN
clients on a route to be established LoU 1, 2 and S, Block 22 (HE) F. E. Wilcox .......... $3065 ,
in and around Okeechobee, Lots 4. 7 and 8 Block ... OKEECHOBEE COUNTY.
BOATSWholesale 22 F. E. Wilcox ....... $24.65
and are willing to make light deliveries Firit Addition; To Sovtti OkoochoBto

etc., write STUDIO Lots 1 to 12 inc., Block 30 Thomas Packing Co.,

& Retail GIRL COSMETICS Dept. JW-9, Inc ....... ........ $140.65
aunt wehllr for fishing amps and Glendale, California Route will Lots 3 and 4, Block 34 (HE) Jack M. Butler ........ $23.65 t
aha fohtmun. Tin vory very bile pay up to $5 per hour. 6-23,7-14p
nurtruU end worlcminihlp ui.d Alia Royal Oak AdditionLot
b.II.... ImiMd.
rolls Call.writ..a.hn...Ie.dtliv.rr.". ,.II/, CHILDREN'S I CLOTHES MENDED ; 4, Block 3 Board or Trade, Inc. .... $365
Boar and Trill" M'. C Fhnt *A Sewing done reasonable. Wright's First Addition
M10J, I .
mil.
.oe cf Coutthovm,
'...m.... F1Ofld.. Phone RO 2-6602 6-23,30 Lo- 12, Block 2 D. C. Hare ...,........ $1065 r

Acreage 9 J. R.
Beg. 611.5 ft S of the NE Cor of

SEY of Sec. 21, It run W at Rt t

angles 361 t more or less to the j
DANCINGATTENTION E. Bdry. of Parrott Ave, thenceS

along E bdry of Parrott Ave., GOOL5BYDAIRY
310 ft. thence E at Rt. angles :

361 ft more o.- less to the E
Registration will be held again
bdry. of said Sec. 21, thence N .

for the Bronson Dance Studio In Okeechobee along E bdry. of said S!c. 21, a r ,a

distance of 310 ft. morn or less,
Saturday, Jun. 17 it the Woman Club build. to the pt. of beg Said land ly

\log In and comprising: a part
Ing from 10 e.m. to 4 p.m. All those who ot Govt. Lot 4, Sec. 21, Twp 37 J H. It Dor U -II

received card with red star, bring them with S, Rge 35 E Walker .............. $oOC3C. SOUTH OF OKEECHOBEEON

A. THOMAS

you. Good for one free lesson Tax Collect- S. R. 710
City of Okeechobe

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Notice Okeechobee, Florida, site of InstaUatlon proposal form) and submit detailed I
Installed. A statement descriptive literature on Gospel ServiceTo
NOTICE FOR BIDS shall be furnished by each bidder all aparatus quoted. LETTERS TO
Bids will be received by the advising the number of calendar Each bidder is required to sub- Be Held At

Okeechobea General Hospital days required to make deliveryand mit with his bid a list of names THE EDITOR of God WANTED
Board at the Assembly
county commission begin installation after receipt and addresses of qualified staff opnomnooomntionmiiu .
room In the county court house, of an order This statement available for servicing the equipment I Representative!' from Central ,.
Okeechobee, Florida, until 7.3: < shall become a part of each bid included herein. Mr. Lamonte H. Moore, Bible Institute Assemblies of
,t p. m. Eastern Standard Time, der's proposal and failure to The power supply, a complete PublisherThe God theotoglcal college in Springfield SALES REPRESENTATIVE
the 1W day of July, 1961 for the meet this provision or furnish al system of feeders, switches, Junction Okeechobee News Mo, will participate in a .
furnishing: of x-ray apparatus in of die equipment by the due date o boxes, wall, floor and ceiling Okeechobee, Florida gospel service at the Assembly \
accordance with the specifications. will be conslderd a breach of outlets, branch control circuits, Dear Lamonte: of God I Church on Thursday,
All bids will be submittedto contract and will cause forfeitureof ground connections and conduct. It has been gratifying to note June 22 at 7:30 p. m. For Okeechobee area. Salary with bonus:
the attention of Mr. J. M Roe, the Performance Bond described ors shell be furnished and installed the progress you are making Norman Muhling, Detroit, ""Mi open,
Sr, Chairman! of the Board, Okee- above. under the prime contractas .' with the Okeechobee News, and chigan, a senior at Central Bible and commission plus expenses.
chobee General Hospital, Okee The base (and alternate) required and as directed by your splendid comumty Is for Institute, will speak after the
chobee, Florida. Specifications blds( ) will include packing costs, the successful bidder for his par tunate in having such an enterprising musical program to be present. Prefer married between 20 35. Must
man to
and contract documents may be prepaid delivery to the hospital ticular x-ray installation unless publication: ed by the CBI Envoys A trio ages : At.
secured at the office of the Lou building, uncrating( installation, specified otherwise under this You plans for a golden saulvertary composed of George Glanopulos, have dairy experience of previous feed sales experience )
and
isiana Raulerson Hospital, Okee- and instruction in the proper use section. Dairy Month edition Jersey City. N. J., Larry Pern- ,
chobee, Florida. of the equipment by a representatlve Only those bids from manufacturers on June 23 is a commend. ber, loJa. Kansas, and Eddie An in dairying.
able, and I am'sure it will be .j
Each proposal must be accompanied of the succssful bidder. Delivery who have been in the x- ting a variety of evangelistic
by a certified check drawnon of all items shall be with. ray business for a minimum of 5 an outstanding success. music and hymns The program TERRITORY ESTABLISHED
It has been privilege to ,
some bank or trust company, in 60 day from date of contract years and who are in a .position my : also includes music by a brass
licensed by the Federal Deposit award, unless otherwise specified. to service the visit Okeechobee on a number of
offered
equipment
occasions and I consider it trio.Piano
insurance corporation, payable All bids must be firm and bids from within a two hundred fifty community with a real future. It a accompanist Is Dennis Write in detail, experience, plus photograph if
unconditionally to the Okeecho- containing escalator clauses will ((250)) mile radius of the job site Is bound to and Young of Washburn, Me. available. essential.
grow developand Good
bee General Hospital, or a Bid not be acccptabc will be considered. I am confident the Okee Pastor Anton p, Jensen, also car ..,......
ders Bond running in favor of Any provision for cash discount Only those bids on first line a graduate of Central Bible Institute t
will
chobee News
play an important
Okeechobee General Hospital doan offered by the bidder must be so equipment, carrying the manu part in its progress. class of 1949, invites everyone Address all replies to P.O. Box 638 (RL) '.
amount of five ((5) per cent. Indicated on the bid form. If not facturer's name, will be consid I again congratulate you on to attend. (. .
In case a proposal Is not accept. incuded: on the bid form, such a ered. enterprise and look forward Okeechobee, Florida .,
your
ed, or if a proposal is accepted discount cannot oe considered.It The person to whom the awardof to receiving a copy of the This year, 1961, will mark the ',...
end an agreement is executed should be noted that the contract Is made shall furnish anniversary edition. 21st annual Mango Forum. P
and a satisfactory performancebond Okeechobee General Hospital Is bond In .
some surety company With warmest regards and every
is furnished by the successful county-owned (a nonprofit institution authorized to do businessin good wish always, I am,
bidder, the check or Bidders ) and, therefore, exempt the State, or furnish a depositof Sincerely, FPrccSxxijAIkISummer ]
Bond will be returned In each Instance 'rom Florida Sales: Tax or Use money, certified check or gov RUSSELL KAY ;
within a period of 30 daysto Tax and Federal Excise Tax. ernment securities for the full Editorial Director _nmm
the bidder'furnJshlnr same. Any item shipped must be new amount of said contract for the Florida News Service ,
The successful bidder will be and in first class condition. All faithful performance of said contract -
required to enter Into an Agree containers shall be new and suitable : : and no such contract shall
ment with the Okeechobee General for storage or re.shipment be altered except by written Boat Meeting Tops $3.98 FLORIDAIS
Hospital and will furnish a Per I Bids offered on What Is considered agreement of the contractor, the There will be a meeting of
formance Bond with Surety sat. inferior equipment or on so- sureties on his bond, and the the OkMchobM Boat Club at SHORTS & SKIRTS TO MATCH
isfaction to the hospital in the called "seconds" will not be acceptable board or governing body. the commission room In Hw A
penal sum of not less than the and will be considered Three ((3)) copies of the complete court house tonight (June 22)et ) Frere's Maternity Wear"A
maximum! Contractor's Agreed pounds for reja-ttsr of the any bid document (Including 7:30 p. m.
Price.In tire bid. All equipment shall be equipment item specifications) : Court will b. given In map Shop For The Mother To Be" DANDEE
case the successful bidder guaranteed by the successful must be submitted. I end compass reading- Plan to 1303 Orange Ave. Fort Pierce
fails or refuses to execute an bidder against deTecis or improper Each bidder shall prepare his atttnd.
Agreement with the Okeechobee functioning, resulting from proposal in accordance with the STATE
General Hospital and to furnisha the use of inferior materials or outline listed below:
Performance Bond satisfactoryto workmanship, for a period of . . 'All About BeefBooklet

the hospital within ten ((10)) twelve: ((12) months from date "f 1. 300MA-125KVP! X.Ray OutAn METAL I
days after the receipt of a bona. Installation or hospital opening:, Generator with 15 degree ROOFING & SHEET
fide order, the bidder will be whichever is laterSpecifications Radio-graphic & Fluoroscopic interesting 22-page booklet
considered to have abandoned the and-or brand or Table with Floorto entitled "All About Beef" is be- BONDED FOR NEW ROOFSBy
proposal and the amount of the trade name, when shown, refer Ceiling Tube Stand in jig distributed by the Florida
certified check or Bidders Bond to that equipment or its equiva- accordance with the specifications Beef Council. CERTAINTED
delivered as surety for the proposal lent, Alternate merchandise (other The booklet includes tips on BARRETT
shall thereupon become due than that described! in tho attached Total Bid $"".." . Identifying and buying beef, CAREY
and owing to the Okeechobee list) offered must be accompanied Equipment to be tradedin guides on beef care and beef AND RUBBEROID ,; Rt q t
General Hospital as liquidation by com leta specifications ! : 1200MA Fischer X- cooking and a chapter on the nutritive
damages for such failure or refusal and description. Where Ray Generator, Fischer values of beef. The two- SERVING OKEECHOBEE &
and the Okeechobee General specifications are not shown Hand Tilt Table, Tube- color booklet is cleverly Illustrated FORT PIERCE OVER 38 YEARS
Hospital may thereupon award merchandise offered must be spe- stand and Tube Unit and ALL WORK GUARANTEED 1
the contract to any other bidder titled and described. cables. "All About Beef" would bean
The hospital reserves the rightto Each bidder shall complete and Allowance $........ extremely helpful booklet to all Call CollectECONOMY BELL BAKERIES, INC. \
accept or reject any or all submit with his proposal a quesionaire Total Bid' ......... homemakers, home economics Instructors
bids.Adequate and shall govern such F. 0. B. .. . . ....... and students, and to all ROOFINGFort 305 AVENUE C 1/
Power Service and information submitted via this Terms . . ... .. .. cooking enthusiaslsts.
any supporting facilities to become questionalre in accordance with Publish June 23, 30, July 7, 1961 "All About Beef" may be obtained Pierce-Day HO 1-6167 Nite HO 1-5331 FORT PIERCE, FLORIDA .
a part of the hospital will the instructions set forth In the The Okeechobee News. by sending 2Sc in coin to
be furnished by the hospital It questionalre. Each bidder shall the Florida Beef Council, P. 0.
shall be the responsibly of the also furnish complete descriptive MOTHER VISITING HERE Box 646, Kissimmee, Florida
bidder to install and tie In his literature on all items they propose Msr. Strickland of Thalman,
equipment to the facilities fur to furnish. Failure to comply Ga., Is spending the week wither Mrs J. C. Rogerse is on vacation PITTSBURGH PAINTS .
CUSTOM
nished by the hospital. with this provision shall because : son and daughter in law, I visiting friends and rel*
The apparatus specified shall : for forfeiting the defaultIng Mr and Mrs. W. R. Strickland. tives in different parts of Geor. Y'-1-' ',..'" .
Y 'i/f
be guaranteed for a period of bidders bid bond In favor of gia. Dur-AI Windows .Mi' '. LHaAe ets Ddvoro )0 -
one (1)) year from date of accept the Okeechobee General Hospital. CLOSING PROGRAMThe II .', !., ,'.n: 'r d ;.r11L-; --6. ... ...- ..; .r
ed installation to be free of defects Work consists of furnishing all Methodist Vacation Bible During 1959-60 Florida acreage .. " Small A WM Vents '; Stare Front i
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planted to .
watermelon
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in material and-or work. labor, materials, equipment, and School program willl be held Wednesday nce t
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ones truck Snap *
of are' crop
4 7" J.fouf.t Auto Glass
od M. at ,,00,10' U*
with the
manship, exception of services necessary and-or requir* bean acreage was second. Tomato -
the x-ray and valve tubes which ed install the church
to properly x-ray harvest was valued at $44,.
shall be warranted as follows. units complete with all compon The public Is invited. The W. S. 00000 and watermelons $10,- -.. Tub Enclosures Table Taps
X-Ray Tube-One year or twenty ent parts and accessories sped- C. S. members will serve refreshment 200,000..
thousand ((20,000) exposures fled and to Instruct in the operation following the program. PATIOS & BARBECUES i Miami Carey Cabinets Copper Back Mirrors
whichever occurs first Valve thereof.
Tubes-One year or Ore Thousand Each bidder is required to Mr and Mrs. Hildon Rogers I WALKER MANUFACTURERS OF ORNAMENTALIRON e
((1.000)) Filament hours, Identity each item of equipment and children of Warren Robin & CONCRETE PRODUCTSWE I eI
I whichever occurs first. and component parts by cata- Ga spent several days visiting PEST CONTROL DESIGN, MANUFACTURER & INSTALL
All prices quoted are to include ogue number, manufacturer'srade his parents, Mr, and Mrs. J. C.
prepaid freight charges, FOB name, and price (see bid Rogers.
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PRIMITIVE BAPTIST CHURCH Chief ConstructionCo. "Circus Plant" which are quickly assembled I DAIRY EDITION-FRIDAY, JUNE 23, 1961
I Big and disassembled by standardized
WAS FIRST IN THE COUNTY
Makes AsphaltFor connectllons. According to SR 71 and a parking lot for the chobee assisted by Rev Father
tt By CONSTANCE DELANEY its developer, Joseph J. Packo, Wood Pierce Memorial Hospital Michael Beerhalter

J I| The first church ever to be' t 1T One Of Largest Local RoadJust president Mobile the and unit board can chairman manufacture of- Since he speaks no English
Established hi Okeechobee coun- two and a half miles Cuban Priest conversations are carried on In
v'ty was the St. Martha'i Primitive southwest of the city of Okeecho asphalt approximately twice Latin and Spanish. He la present
*> Baptist church. It was built The Big Chief ConstructionCo. bee one of the nation's latest as fast as the average stationary Serving Here ly studying English on a "crash
j about 1880 at Fort Drum on land Malnlhion And ., ot Indiantown, Florida, has technological developments lathe asphalt plant.Capable .' program."
donated by Joe Swain, who gave ,Y become in recent years, one of asphalt roadbullding industry of manufacturing 230 Father Jose A. Moreno form-
'I I i the site also for the cemetery. Oil Controls major* road building, landdeerIng is working away manufacturingthe tons of asphalt per hour, the erlji of Grenada Spain, has been
The cemetery still Is there but and preparing, ditching! and asphalt for !the resurfacing of plant adds a new dimension to serving in Cuba and is one of ONLY LONG GIN
the church was disbanded about Camellia Scales diking concerns in South Flor a l -mile stretch of Route 441 roadbuilding. Packo says it will the priests who have' been deported There is only one long staple
ida. Over forty pieces of heavy lead to lower: road bullldlng cotton gin In the United States
1912. Elder Swain was the grand. Called a "Circus Plant" by Its, by Fidel Castro.
father of Mrs. Van LIghtsey, Mrs. The scale, the most serious peston equipment, all modem, over owneres, Mobile Asphalt Co. of costs. This should be a blessing He is presently serving the and it's in Florida near Lees

Nora Phelps, John Swain, Sr., camellias, can be controlled $1,000,000 worth are kept con- Fort Lauderdale, the plant, all to harried municipalities nor1 Sacred Heart church at Okee burg.
and Seward Swain. with one or two thorough sprayings tinuously busy. Draglines, one 500,000 pounds of Itan roll, at ...I".; over Mm .inane of__ the m need.__
with malathion and oil, according to five yards capacity, huge 'site ed funds for new construction
highway speeds, to a job
Only surviving member of the
to Dr. L. C. Kultert, en. bulldozers, earthmovers capableof and for the maintenancec of old
in in
and be operation matterof
early church Is Wesley Rauler- a SINGINGWITH
tomologlst with the University of carrying 25 yards, gradersand hours. er roads. GOSPEL
son, afectlonately known to all
huge modern ditching machines
of Okeechobee as Uncle Wes. He Elder and Mrl. Dan Wllktrton Florida Agricultural Experiment An awesome sight as it rolls When the Mobile 'Circus Plant"
that will dig a trench
was baptized in 1897. Harden also assists in servingthe Station. ,several feet wide and down a highway, it consists of finishes here it will travel to
depositing
He says this sucking insect pre- deep 26 separate tire-mounted units. complete a six mile stretch of
George and Emelle Drawdywere church. Mrs. R. T. LIghtseyis I the dirt
vents the popular ornamentalfrom evenly on each
members of the first the only living member of this .
side of the trench
plus
severa
thriving It should. Very
.. as C. B. I. ENVOYS
: -V.,church. They were grandparents early church. infestations uncontrolled smaller machines and trucks JEWELERS
if Calvin Drawdy. Among their The Primitive Baptist churchwas could severe kill the plant. belong to the Big Chedf Construe OKEECHOBEE

children! all members of the moved to its present locationin For even best success, the entomologist ties Co. THURSDY NIGHT
church were Merida Raulerson, 1923. Land for the edifice was suggests that the be The crew Is justly proud of .
Zora Mobley, Kansas Brewer and donated by Peter Raulerson and timed to hit immature stages spray of plow, shaped like a single shove 17e7)l JUNE 22 AT 7:30 P.M.

Texas Raulerson.An his wife, Louisiana. Barney the scale. Young scales now on furrowing plow but about fifteen
early preacher Elder Wll- Blum built the church ,and the the foliage should become active feet high and several fee AT
kerson, lived at Fort Meade and pastor at that time was Elder wide. The combined: power of tw<
Is developingon SUNBEAM
and
while new growth REMINGTON SHICK
made James Hancock of Fort Meade.
monthly trips from Fort bozers are required to pull it
Meade to Fort Drum by horse. Elder Hancock is a brother of the plants this the spring.should The and needless to say, it cOO I ASSEMBLY of GOD CHURCH
back to serve the church. The Mrs. W. W. Potter and Henry scale eggs on plant quite a furrow.At .
trip took five days and Elder I Hancock, who died last year. hatch about the same time. present they are busy pre NORELCO-SPORTSMAN OKEECHOBEE, FLORIDA
I Consequently, Dr. Kultert recommends -
OPERATED
Wilkerson camped along the way. Among the elders who were paring several thousand acres in BATTERY
the RAZORS
The present Okeechobee Prim. members of this church and were applying spray Martin County for groves. A Runs On 3 Flashlght Batteries
.itive Baptist church was constituted ordained from It are B. E. Holland from one to three weeks after reachedits the of this was formerly a part of pera NORMAN MUHLJNG, OF DETROIT, MICH.
in May of 1919 and was located of Plant City Van LIghtsey, new growth has nearly vast cattle empire that a SAMSONITE LUGGAGE

one mile! west of the pres. W H. Harden Sr., and two of longest point control of the elongationThis newly to G. C. Troup, owner of Ux EXTRA. LITE WILL SPEAK AT THIS MUSICAL PROGRAM
ent Lakeshore Restaurant. The his sons, A. W. Harden and II. should Big Chief Construction Co.
hatched and young scales.Dr. PRESENTED BY STUDENTS OF CENTRAL
new church was organized by a F. Harden. About 75 employees now won
group of Baptists who had moved Services at the church are held Kultert says owners of camellia for the Big CJieif. This will probably ELGIN WATERPROOF WATCHES BIBLE INSTITUTE, SPRINGFIELD, MISSOURI.
I here In Okeechobee's early days. on the second and fourth Sundaysof plants can purchase a swell to around two hun
(Oilan) already 17 Jewel $19.95 &
malathlon-oil mixture
., First paster of the church was I the month, with an 11 a. m. dred in the next couple of yean,, up
Elder Dan Wilkerson. He was service the Saturday before the prepared from garden supply Troup is sole owner, havinj GUARANTEED WATCH REPAIRING PASTOR JENSEN INVITES
Mixed with water according -
the stepfather of Elder Van I second Sunday and a 7:30: p. m. stores. I recently bought the remaining
C f LIghtsey, who is the present pas. I service the Saturday before the to directions on the container interests, of his brothers, who EVERYONE TO ATTEND.
i tor of the church. Elder W. II. fourth Sunday. it will give about one- i have a construction company in OKEECHOBEE JEWELERS
oil and the
half percent properstrength
n n ...... < 01 like him He )is as common as you
With the percentage of oil I or t and will always find time
ALUMINUM AWNING as It is, there is little likelihood
Co. to few
say a words. Incedibly
100% ALUMINUM HURRICANE AWNINGS that growth will injure honest, no job 'a complete until
I their plants, regardless of the LAKESHORE
FOR YOUR PROTECTION AND COMFORT the oil the owner is completely satisfied
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"The Stalwart"Direct ert says a repeat spraying may ho.er21ich!/ no one
when the
be necessary, especially envies him for. He is probably as
from
Factory Infestation is heavy.
Ready to Install The scales cling to the camellia near arnan without enemies as
can be found. Trop's men and MOTEL AND RESTAURANTAIR
BUILT TO LAST ==- leaves even after they have been his neighbors wear by him.
A killed and Infested leaves must
LIFETIMEI!
Formerly he was one of the
METRO >,. .9 drop before the plant is completely largest landowners and cattlemen
APPROVED clear of the pest. In Martin County In recent

years he has sold much of the

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English has been adopted as ests. His two main interests are
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EDITION-FRIDAY, JUNE 23, 1961 NEWCOMER shoveling Is needed. The feed Is 10 days. The 10 days: was suspeded. Eugene L. Bishop, reckless
conveyed by belt to the upper driving, $35 bonf forfeited.
BARN UNIQUEIN floor and systematically stack- James Leggett forfeited a $50 label Byrd plead guilty to
All Photos In this editionprinted ed. The milking floor is of 48 bond on a charge of disturbing driving without a license. He Give
COUNTYWhen cow capacity the peace. was fined $10 or 10 days In jail Your
by B. ,
F. Edlngton retired naval James W. Rlley, failure to give
Carl E. Newcomer started officer and lone time friend of proper signal, $25 bond forfeited.T. .
FORT PIERCE PHOTO SERVICEBlack his Dairy business In Okiechobee Newcomer, Is General Manager. J. Gilchr'st plead guilty to
county: in 1959 he Incorporated Harry Swope Is foreman In- County CourtFour being drunk and was fined $23
and Whit and the same Idea for t charge of the operation charged withuntar.vrul or 10 days in Jail. familya
The dairy milks between 325 persons
barn that he use at his Dade
speed forfeited bondsof Kenneth Andrews and Charles
Color ProcessingFilm county: operation. It Is a two- and 350 cows with a dally production
of around 1,000 gallons. $35 each Monday In County A. Jones were both found guilty
story structure, the only one of
Milk Is stored In a 5,000 gallon Court. They were Allison R. of Illegal possession of an alli
Cameras Greeting CardsFort Its kind in the county. The top
Gade, William F. Johnson Amos gator. Neither of the
floor Is used for the storage and vaccuum tank cooled to 40 de men appeared
Pierce Shopping Center dispensing of feed. The, teed Is grees. It Is taken by tank truck Kendrick and John T. Sears In court and their $50 treat-
I run directly by chute to the to the Foremost Dairy in Miami. Enos Bain, on a charge of un bonds were ordered forfeited.
feed troughs. No hauling or The dairy, formerly the Robert lawful speed, did not appear in Four cases were continued to
Richter Ranch, consists of court and forfeited his $35 bond. a later date.
2150 five miles southeast
acres ----
of Okeechobee on the Indiantown take
road. The grounds around the
barn and the tenant houses are CONGRATULATIONSDAIRYMEN
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Eight rull. time employee them out
handle the operation, living In
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0. Jones convicted
of disorderly conduct and using enjoy June'sfinest
profanity, was fined $10 and glv.
en 10 days in the city jail. PLUMBINGAND foods-
LOWEST PRICES EVER FOR Herbert Jenkins was fined $10
THE PATENTED SAFETY OP and given a 90 day suspended Dairy Foods
sentence for being drunk.:
Thomas Yancey was arrestedon ELECTRICCALL
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Elex Griffin, plead guilty to DAY PHONE .. ....II. ROdeo 6-1595 TENNESSEE

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Ladies Dresses and e Luminous dial
SHOES 98c e Smartly styled ,

Skirts . . $1.00 GIFT ITEMS THAT

Metis Shirts 2.29

Blouses . $1.57 ARE PRICED RIGHT

Work Pants . 2.29
Sweaters . $2.95 l't
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Pillow Cases . 39c ea. Sheets $1.79 o Shock-resistant
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Electric Clocks
LAST CALL $5.00 Value
Travel Alarm Clocks

WatchRepairing and Other Brands
$297 Spidel
BLANKETSWINTER DONE WITH THE MOST MODERN EQUIPMENT
WE HAVE THE WATCH BANDS

IS SURE TO COME ULTRASONICCLEANING Cigarette Lighters


MACHINE Cultured Pearl Pendants ,

LADIES MENS CHILDRENS MUST GO
WHICH CLEANS YOUR WATCH BY SOUND Floating Opel PendantsReligious

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WAVES. BY BREAKING THE SUOF ItemsElectric
SHOES
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NOTHING NEW, BUT IT IS NEW IN THE FIELDOF
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A MUCH FINER JOB ON YOUR TIME PIECE.
One Group Ladies Shoes 49c or 2 for 79c I THIS IMPROVED KIND OF SERVICE WAS Baby Jewelry

AVAILABLE ONLY IN FACTORIES. WE NOW
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School Construction Is Better
I YOUR CHOICE-JANE PARKER

11 Than Specifications... Builders Sav
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MarbleorGold POUND CAKE
AA the result of a controversy Iron drain pipes from the two C
over the buildings that. are now drinking fountains at the new o
being constructed In the city by building, with the dralage to j r: I BLUEBERRY PEACH PIE
out of town contractors, the run zWeet into a dralnfield.,LIndtfutst or
building of (he new elementary has given what was not In
r school has come under considerable the contract. He has installed the J
fire. drainage system direct Into the ALLGOOD BRAND SLICED BREAKFASTBACON
Doug Lowry, superintendent of sewer line, and has given about
construction for the Ray LeIn OS feet of plumbing on his own
Construction firm of Fort Pierce, volition that the plumbing will
who has the contract for building be of the very best quality, andover
the five classrooms and two restrooms the specifications! listings. duality
at the Okeeohobee Elementary Lowry stated Friday that two ;ght"
school, and three classrooms columns: had already been poured "
and two rest rooms at the which were reinforced with
Douglas' Brown School, states the above mentioned steel, and
that erroneous statements had that pouring forms were made 'uBEEf CHUCK
been published In regard to the I I from new material, the best ob-
quality of work being done on' tainable. He stated that when
these two construction projects.I all columns were poured the roof
In the first place specifications will be placed and the pouring of 39c LB
call for reinforced steel conBtructtoou -I the floors and the building of
consisting of 2 No. 8 the sddewalls! will probably be
steel on the top and 2 No. 5 steelon started in about three weeks.
the bottom.Lowry stated that The three classrooms at the OAS1
he Is using 2 No. 5 on top and Douglas-Brown school are of CBS SUPER-RIGHT EXTRA LEAN FRESHLY
2 No. 7 on the bottom, which construction, and the plumbing in
gives the construction two sizes I that construction is identical to Ground Beef 3 FOR $117
stronger than the plans call for. that of the elemenary school,
Also under discussion was the the work being done by the Llnd
sue and type of ventilators being quist firm.' SUPER-RIGHT FINE QUALITY GRAIN FED WESTERN
Installed in the buildings. According ,Lowry said that he did not consider

plumbing to contractor Lars LIndquist on the, two the having his built company the second an outsider wing to, S. Choice Cut prom aVY C Swiss Steak or Road ;lb.55c:
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projects, the company Is furnishing the elementary school about two e
3
; %-lnch larger pipes than years ago, and also built the Western. SUPER-RIGHT
FINE QUALITY GRAIN FED
is called for In the plans. auditorium at the Douglas Brown Beef WESTERN
The specifications read that school some six years ago. HI
ventilation pipes be constructed feels that if the work his company Chuck Roast 45
of half-Inch cast pipe, but Llnd- Is producing did not come CHOOSE SUPERS RIGoH: ROLLED .lb.
quasi has installed 2-inch type 'L' up to standards, neither the -rt
heavy duty copper. There are school board or the architects: MORLS DELICIOUS EpTINOS Super Right Lean
SPARE
I five of these vents In the build. Starratt it" Askloff would consider RIBS Meaty Pork Ib. CSTEW
log, one for every o1 ssroom. their firm, bad the previous! eon 59c
Also plans call for flinch! cast structioa .not been satisfactory. Swansoni Quick Frozen 8
CHUCK i..b POT PIES Chicken Beef or Turkey 4 PI..89c

BEST WISHESTO GROUND CHUCK DINNERS etntlSSLSn2Pkg,89c


THE RIPE LARGEpACHS HEADLESS WHITING cS say: :; 5 sx j 89c
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ON WESTERN VINE RIPENED 39c ea. 5 "a 39c

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advantage of this money saving 3 Lb. 2 Oz. Can

opportunity offered only through the

end of July and enable us to retain our

expert mechanics during the clack season
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Gold Coast Milk 45c Food 45e
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Carry $10,000 Liability Insurance

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Tooth Paste Tube Bran uper


Chase and 1 Lb. Parken 6 '. Prices in this ad are effective through
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Sanborn Can Brand Cans SATURDAY, JUNE 24,
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