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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: August 25, 1961
Publication Date: -1992
Frequency: triweekly[<1989>-1992]
weekly[ former <1926-1945>]
semiweekly[ former <1981-1983>]
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Okeechobee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Okeechobee County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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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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MOORS 5M Volume SI-Number 7 Okeeehobee, Florida, Friday, Aug. 25, 1961 Telephone ROdeo i

( Monday was our birthday' and 1 I'

among the numerous presentswas I

a white shirt upon which LOCAL WOMAN Funeral Services BOAT CLUB


Boss'was letters,Inscribed Now the we slogan In are dairy"fully 1 am workers aware the 4 Hurtin GIVEN 4 YEARS Held Sunday For CRUISE TO BOLITA AND BOOTLEG ;{


that we're the boss, have been FOR ROBBERY F E. Jack WilcoxFuneral BE 3 DAYSThe

nil these years. We I Ignore the Mrs. Ruth Bellamy, age 38, of Okeeohobee Boat Club
times when orders Three services held HALTED BY
our are ignored Okeechobee was convicted Frl were cruise to Fort Myers has been ACTIVITIES
countermanded. We Sunday at 2 at the First
or day of stealing $10,000 from the pm extended from a two-dey trip to
know hoodwinked Baptist Church for F, E (Jack)
we are on oc trunk three .
of
an automobile and was days and will start on Saturday
casion but wisely keep this sentenced to an indeterminate Wilcox, who died in a Fort Sept. 2, according to announcement .

knowledge to ourselves. For instance sentence of not more than four Pierce Hospital Friday, Mr. Wil- by Wllburn Lawson,
WrecksThree
the missus wanted a bookcase years in the Maryland Reformatory cox had been in poor health for milsemaster. RAIDS BY FEDERAL MEN

built into the living room for Women. several months and had beena Anyone interested in boating is
wall. She maneuvered around patient in the Okeechobee hospital
Prosecutors said the money invited to participate In the
until she almost had believing accidents, all resulting A combined of the State De-
us for many weeks before being operation Beverage
cruise
in was taken in Pocomoke City, Md. Lawson said The boats
it idea and before injuries, were Investigated by The Bureau of Internal Revenue and the Fed.
was our we last July 25, from a car owned taken to Fort Pierce i will assemble at Taylor Creek Commissioners partment,
knew it Britton therewith Highway Patrolman D H Du Alcohol and Tobacco Tax Unit III
Virgil was fore by James Garcia, the foremanof :Mr Wilcox was a native of i Lodge and should be gassed up eral agents swooped
his hammer and saw and Thursday, Aug 17 a migrant labor camp. Waycross, Ga., and moved to and ready to leave promptly at' Check Eagle Bay down in Okeechobee and St. Lucie County Saturday. and

all the other woodworking Instruments Elvira Winkler, Brooklyn, NY Garcia lives in Okeechobee and Okeechobee 14 years ago from 9am. The boats will cross Lake pounced upon two large stills and a bollta) ank".

he totes around and you lost control of her 1954 Chevrolet travels with a migrant labor Lorida lIe was a developer, Okeechobee and cruise down the Road AreaThe The stills with a weekly capacity .

should see the beautiful bookcase crossed the highway and sideswiped group, mostly Mexicans and contractor and builder and a Caloosahatchle river to Fort My Cattle Prices of 700 gallons produced"bootleg"
we ordered. The kids know a 1962 Ford pickup dnv member of the First Baptist whiskey worth approximately
negroes He pays the laborers li ers Arriving there In the early board of county commissioners
we're the boss and that when we en by Cecil D. Norris of Cross cash and carries large sums of Church of Okeechobee afternoon.The suffered a business slump Continue To $14,000 a week when

say no, its final. Usually takes City, Florida, then recrossed: l the money for that purpose. lie was a former member of boatmen plan to stay at at the meeting Tuesday morning, sold wholesale with about M

some wheedling by the boys anda road, struck a small pine tree Mrs. Bellamy allegedly took a the Rotary Club and was activein River Court Motel, which is located hearing only a few of the requests Raise Here percent of the output being distributed

hug and kiss from the girls to breaking it off and overturned. bus to Florida, put the money in civic affairs in the city and on the river. They will that normally heckle the in the two counties.,

change the decision. The News It was raining at the time of the a safe deposit box in Ocala, and county. lie founded and developed make the return trip on Monday commissioners. Only two re Tuesday's auction at the Okee Ground work for the simultaneous

staff, being hardened newspaper accident, which occurred one then returned to Pocomoke City, VfcJcox Shores, an exclusive It was pointed I out that boats quests for roads were heard and chobee Livesock Market saw 681 I. raids started last April,

people are cunning in misinterpreting mile north of Okeechobee on U.S. ,. Md. where she was arrested at* subdivision, which was later sold must be reregistered and that the board recessed long enough head of cattle cross the scales. according to Tom Lee, State Beverage

orders, and frequentlydo 441' the bus station She has relatives to Oscar Crabill As a builder the new stickers must be on to Journey to the Eagle Bay area Prices were steady to strong Department Director, and
but always with the best Interests Elvira Winker was seriously I in Okeechobee Mr. Wilcox constructed many them by Sept. 1. to see what requirements were with a sharp rise In both slaughter for the past four or six weeks,

of the newspaper at heart. injured, receiving a broken arm 1 Okeechobee residences and bus needed for one of them The other and stocker calf price. Den. undercover agents have worked

They know the old man is getUng and crushed chest. Her daughter, iness houses He built two church.es a two and a quarter mile ms Lewis of Vero Beach toppedthe directly with the illicit opera-

along in years. We were 56 years June, received cuts and bruises! Dry Lake Dairy and was In charge of construe QuarterbackClub stretch from U. S. 441 west in market with a calf that torsWhile

old Monday, The elder woman was rushed to lion of the First Baptist church. Elects the north end of the county', to a brought 327.25 per hundred. agents were working: the
__ the Loulsanna Raulerson hospital Plans New Barn He is survived byis! wife, proposed development will also Quality of cattle being sold is Fort Pierce area, the raids in

The chamber of commerce has here, where she is still In Mrs Vivian Wilcox, three sons, New OfficersMembers be investigated by the board, better, market officials say, and Okeechobee were being conducted
received a communication from confined Near FutureFor Fred Wilcox John Allen Wilcox who said they did not favor many ranchers are selling good under SBD Agent Dick Romelle,

Ramsey Manufacturing Co. of: Her car was a total loss The selling surplus dairy cattle and Rucker Wilcox, all of Okee. of the QuarterbackClub "buying a pig in a poke". stuff before the rainy season and I who told the News that a bolita

South Booston, Va., stating that truck was damaged an estimat \ you can't beat the auction chobee, and a daughter, Miss meeting Monday night at A plat, the second addition to winter weather comes. They're I bank with a weekly! take of $3,500

/ Robert Griffin is selling their ed $WlO. The driver was not injured way according to Emmett Rucks, Le eve Wilcox: of Okeechobee; the Court House, elected Randall] Okeechobee Estates, will be accepted easy to get out of the pastures 'was broken up.

products by taking orders and a Mrs. inkier was charge owner of Dry Lake Dairy near one grandson; his father, Frank Fulford as president for 1961-62, after road work in the I The raiding operation started

down payment and not notifyingthe with dwriiying too fast for road Okeechobee. Wilcox Bradenton; one brother, Mannon Goolsby, vice presidentand subdivision is completed now.The market Is planning two from West Palm Beach early

company. He keeps the down conditions. Rucks, who operates the dairy Jim Wilcox, of Fernandina; !three L, E Ferret, secretary Rowena Parkerson accompanied special sales, a dairy cow sale Saturday morning with more '
payment The firm makes vinyl I with the assistance of his four skiers, Mrs Myrtle Royster, treasurer, requestedthat on Sept. 1 and a calf sale on than 40 agents, carrying Federal
by Phillip Mosley,
apron for technicians, beauty Leroy Hardy of Okeechobee; was The group discussed at length Sept. 22.Pete arrest warrants for nine
sons Neal, Boyd, Charlie and Plant City, and Mrs LeNeve water cooler be moved i persons,
operators, etc., and plastic seat seriously injured at 4:20: p. m. Sutton, sells all his old cows, Brown of Chattanooga. Term, the program for the coming year, from a the swimming pool to the Clemons, market manager '.along with John Doe warrants

covers. The C. of C warns that Thursday, 11 miles north of town, as well as the young ones atdon't and Mrs. Tan Allen of Atlanta, set the price for seasor ticketsfor Teen Center. The request was who has been confined to his for others not named at that
all itinerant salesmen should be when his bicycle swerved in home games and decided on home for the past couple of time.
thoroughly investigated before front of R. B. Fletcher of Locust come up to par as re Ga. granted by the board. with is
placements. Pallbearers were Chuck Gabi- membership fees They acceptedand weeks, suffering mumps, In Okeechobee operations, warrants
The State Road Departmentasked
eny money is turned over to Grove Ga., driving a 1955 Ford "Competitive bids make for jane, John Collier, Glen Chand- offer by Robert Matthewsof \ I for a resolution from the still not able to work, but is were handed to J. C Rogers .

them. Both car and bicycle were traveling better prices because all the er, Glen Davis, George Eubanks, Ranch Fertilizer to donatea board for the realignment of Orange much improved and his two sons, J, C, Jr,

north, the boy riding on the buyers are there at one time," Zollie Aldrich, Forest Pierce and ton of fertilizer for the football : Avenue, East Okeechobeeto On Tuesday's sale, slaughter and Adrian Rogers, Lacey Till-
A survey of Okeechobee's new right side of the road. The Hardy he says, "and I don't have the Everett Smith. field and n offer by J. T, Miami Street, before work calves brought up to $27.25; man, Ernest Burgess and George
and used car dealers show that boy received a broken hip and Burial in Evergreen Cemetery Murkinson Spreader Service to steers, $1779, cows, $1950; bulls, Wynn who along with others,
volume at any time to get them was could be done on the road. The
there is a definite shortage of numerous cuts and bruises He stocker steers, $2125 stock.
out to the dairy." Yates Funeral Home was spread the fertilizer resolution was made by the $19; ; appeared before Judge Pink In
.. automobiles for sale locally On was taken to the Loiusianna Raul heifers, $20.75 stocker calves,
The club members were enthusiastic er ; West Palm Beach and
Rucks happens to be in a very in charge of arrangements board. This could lead to con- were released -
.Tuesday, Gilbert Chevrolet was erson hospital in Okeechobee, shouts these gifts. One 27; stocker cows, $17, and stock. on $1000 bond.
good location for using auction fusion to Commission.
completely out of new cars and where he was given' first eld according er bulls, $2075.Polio ,
member said "If it rains enoughour In the bootlegging operation.
markets his is there
said
as dairy only a Boat Owners er Robinson who were
new trucks; Pores Buick was I then transported to the Good
field will be the nicest in Lee said the arrests in this
down to m couple ft cam and samaritan hospital jo West Palm fem miles from the Okeechobee two, and possibly more, Miami particular -
Okeeohobee Motor Co., Ford andMercury teach. Livestock Market. He doesn't get Must RegisterBy !the conference Avenues in town Victims raid, was the result of
dealer, had a few new According to eye witnesses :the shriokago.jiauUng them there Alfred Messes, secretary during Dalton Brett, repraeoUnc' allr. a raid of a 3,000 gallon still,

cars and seemed to have a larger Fletcher was driving slow because bat t he would if he had to carry Sept,1R 1960-61, gave a resume of Thompson, requested two I Are ImprovedLittle which was seized, and finger.
stock of used than the I them to Miami or some other last year's accomplishments, entrances to a property on a prints were taken from the m.>
cars it was raining, but was '
other dealer! Kenny Ford, sales almost abreast the bicycle when "direct" market. is necessary that boat owners which included the purchase of county road. He was informed Kathy Green, Okeecho talic surfaces by experts from
During the ten year period reregister their boats before a station wagon to transport that the county bad adopted the the department. He also stated
manager for Gilbert', went to it swerved in front of him He bee county's six-year-old polio
bat the Rucks family has beenIn Sept. 1, Athleon Alderman, tax layers, taking the high school policy! that culverts of appropriate that as a result ot this lead, undercover
Miami and
Tuesday to buy cars was unable to avoid the accident I.- athletes to Miami football victim, is still a patient in Good
Tom Pierce of Pores' was In A bottle of Coca-Cola the the dairy business, they have collector, said today There are a size are to be furnished and Samaritan Hospital, West Palm agents Grady Grimesof
and financial aid
Fort Pierce dickering for new boy had been drinking and was built up a dairy herd of 1000 producing still a great many boats in the game giving placed by property owners on Beach She Is, however, showing Ocala, Bob Wolfe of Jacksonville
and used cars from the Fort carrying in his hand went throughthe cows, so they have a county which have not been re to the school athletic department county roads before the county bnrovement and was moved and George Gould of Tallahassee .
sizeable turnover of cattle registered.Boat The club will meet again MolJoday may fill and finish an entrance. were able to slip into the
Pierce branch of the concern. All last week from the Isolation
windshield of the
car
causing -
Dry Lake Dairy is completelya owners will retain the night at 7:30 o'clock at the The board voted to allow $206, operation)
three dealers said that unprecedented about $100 damage to the room into the Pediatrics Ward
summer sales locally had car No charges were filed. family managed operation. All same numbers assigned to thema courthouse. the amount requested to allow The child Is being given phys Lee said that the people arrested -

brought on the shortage. All of At 9:50: .m. Thursday a 1959 the sons and their families live couple of years ago but will be county agent Cliff Boyles to New teal therapy treatment Her leg were all major operators
p ,
adjacent to the dairy in attrao compelled to place a sticker on Hear York to attend the national convention in a "vicious professional ring
which goes to show that business Renault, driven by Lance Eastman Jaycees and back are affected from the
!a good in Okeechobee. Isn't it of Sebring, rolled over tine: modern homes. Responsljilities the bow of their boats. The law of the National Association disease. of criminals," and that the agents
are divided the originally had been set to read ConferenceReport of County Agricultural Ag who conducted the undercover
nice to live in a prosperous area? twice when he swerved to miss a among Marty Green, Kathy's cousin,
entire group, with each of the that: Aug. 1 was the deadline enls. also afflicted with polio, was investigation should be com
Potter Road 4l
The sheriffs department and dog miles on west of V S. 441 about sons working in shifts to supervise However, because of a mix.up In MondayJaycees The board voted to purchase a I taken last week to a specialist mended for their outstandingwork
the routine business of the state legislature the time was motor for a lawn mower usedat .
city police were highly complimented His three sisters were with him were well representedat in Riviera Beach. The doctor
milking the cows The family is extended to Sept. 1. the cemetery. Confiscated during the raids
this week by East Okee at the time of the accident Bet the regular meeting of the there instructed the family in
chobee residents for their prompt ty Eastman, also of Sebrlng, just not big enough to handleall body Tuesday night The dinner The only business conducted exercising the boy's foot and leg was a 1959 station wagon and a

response to a call. A group ofroung was thrown from the car. She the work so additional employees PreparationsFor meeting was held at the South. following the recess for the proposed . to strengthen the affected mus truck belonging to Cassaras Produce

: men had been fighting and received serious cuts and bruises are needed, and they, land Grill, 20 members attending road inspection was advice des! Marty is two yean old. Co, of Vero Beach, but

disturbing the peace at an East on her legs, neck and head, too, are provided with homes Football At President George Bellamy, to the land owner makingthe agents said that in all probability
for the road to
Okeechobee saloon and followingthe near the dairy v/ho attended the state summer request secure the produce concern was
feared first
and it at that
closing of the establishment her neck was was broken. x-Rays Our major problem now," Boys SchoolWith conference at Cocoa Beach re- right of way and the authorization HardenIIelselTop unware that its truck was being

proceeded to Eddie's'Super Mar. taken at the Louisiana Hauler Rucks says, "is that we are get cently, said In a report on the of a survey of roads used to transport illicit liquor.

ket where they broke a windowin son hospital revealed that it was ting too big for the milking barnwe the combined help of farm I conference that the local group I around the hospital. Massey Meanwhile, a third still was

the service station office. The not. The car was damaged to are at capacity for the and maintenance crews, the foot. was receiving recognition from I Honor RollAllen being sought by agents on foot
officials were called and within of space that we have, so we planto ball field at the Florida School many larger clubs and were and by airplane, but it is not
the extent $550 No chargeswere
ten minutes the three men were filed.City build another barn in thenear for Boys has been put into shape building quite a name to live up Vets Urged To known whether the agents had
in custody "With such efficient future. with all the rough edges and Harden, son of Mrs. Car. been successful in locating it, or

law enforcement officers, the city holes filled and smoothed. The to.Charles McArthur, who also at. Support Senate I. tie Lou Harden, and Larry Hel- whether additional arrests had

end county can rest easier," one playing surface has been seeded tended, gave a talk on the con. sal, son of Mr, and Mrs. Paul been made in this instance.

man remarked as the offenders Gets Largest New CoupleTo and fertilized and by being ference. He also reported on the Committee Bill Helsel, were cited for their academic

were hauled off to the baslile. watered daily, by nature or by meeting Monday night sponsored I achievement in the Massey

Fag Tax Ever Manage irrigation pipes, the Bermuda by the Jaycees, when the Okee Florida Department Vice Technical Institute Of the Returns Home

Cigarette tax for the month of grass is slowly) peeping through. chobee Civic Council was formed. Commander Earl Sisson warned a 1700 students, Harden and Helsel
Southland The Rev. George H. Cave
Street Gospel June, returned to Okeechobeeby By Sept. 22, when the first of, Several committee reports were district meeting of Veterans of I were two of the 75 recognized Vicar of the Church of Our Saviour
nine home is to be played I heard Leonard World War I Sunday that Senate on the Dean's alpha honor list
Berger a
the State Beverage Department Mr. and Mrs C C Mackenzie games reportedthat I who has been on vacationfor
Sing SaturdayMembers the playing surface shouldbe uniforms had been ordered bill to establish a veterans' for all-around achievement, only
of Homestead have assumed
amounted to $4,054 92. ThisIs the past five weeks attending
16 of these matriculating in the
in condition and there Is affairs committee in the senate
the management of the Southland perfect a possibility that
largest amount col-
ever gaduate school at the Universityof
of the Assembly of lected for one month by the city. Grill and Southland Bar in the An Increase of 100 new studentsto they may be here In time for the must get veterans' support lilt is electronics course in which Harden the South, Sepannee, Tenn.,
Helsel enrolled
God Church in this city, have the population necessitated Labor Rodeo. He expected to with veterans' and are
The tax for May, 1961 was hotel building. They replace Mrs present Day also said pass will return this week end, and
organized a gospel singing! group, $4043.08( and was at that time, Alex (Nancy) Raulerson, who more seating arrangements that arrangements had been benefit programs hanging In the will hold a service of Holy Com
for street singing at various lo- the most ever collected. has managed the business for so under the supervisionof made for a swim party at the balance. ATTENDS CONVENTION munion and preach Sunday, Aug.

cations in the city, will meet The tax is paid on cigarettessold several years. John Reichert of the metal' pool next Tuesday night for the Sisson! was guest of honor and Cliff Boyles, Okeechobee county 27 at 10:00: a. m.

In the park across from the A&PStore only within the city limitsof "We plan no drastic changesIn shop, eight new sections of members and their families An principal speaker at the gather- agent, is spending this week in His family has been on vaca

Saturday afternoon at 8 Okeechobee The constant increase the near future," Mackenziesaid bleachers were welded in hte admission charge of a dollar for lag in Pompano Beach. Gainesville, attending the annual lion with him and will return

o'clock. indicates both local population "but will make a few minor metal shop The new stands will adults and twenty five cents for Sisson urged veterans to writeto convention of county agents He also All Episcopalians as well

Last week the group met at gain and increased tour. improvements! at once' be an exact duplicate of the ones the children will be made, and Senators Smathers and Holland will return to Okeechobee Mon. as friends of the church are Invited
the Band Shell, the week beforeat 1st trade. Mackenzie, who managed the already being used. The woodworking plenty of food will be served, he or others who may reprt-- day to attend.architectural .
Eddie's Market and report country club at Homestead be. shop, under the supervision said sent their places of residence, in
Tax returned to neighboring
very successful sings and attendance moneys fore coming here, said businesswas of John Wendt, Is fastening : Tom Pearce made a report on support of the bill which he
Is follows
towns Ar
Anyone desiring to join as : better than he had anticipated the wooden supports to the metal I preparations for the Labor Day said may mean the end of the State Budget Commission Grants
cadia Avon Park
In this group are asked to be at $4729.78; frames. parade that is to be marshalledby directive powers of the Veterans .
the park at that time 4722.55; Belle Glade, $6,433.13; The newly constructed stands the Jaycees Administration if not passed $20,000 For Laundry ExpansionAt
047. Lake Placid
ClewUton $3,
30.: ,, 'I
are also moveable so that they Bob Matthews was appointed The Florida First District extends -
$1,79609, Moore Haven $76226,, Free Swimming School In Okeechohee
Boys
may be used for any sport at es a committee of one to deter from Pompano Beach to I
Local Anglers Sebring, $3,871.41; Pahokee, $2 Sept. 1 and 2 any !given area. .They will be I mine the cost of erecting bardsto Key West. Nearly 150 delegates At its meeting at Tallahassee plans likewise is
47966
Land FishLocal mounted on concrete blpcks, carry the Inslgnlae of local organizations attendedA August 8, the budget commission being made.Tentative .
Big The largest tax paid in the At Local PoolThe made by the masonry crew, to at entrances to the Second District meeting was released funds in the amount of plans would call fora

weather and water conditions '' state was to Miami, $231,37971 keep: the bottom supports from city announced for Sept 10 in West $20,000 for the expansion of the 46 inch extractor to supplement

don't stop some of our The smallest to the town of Board of County Com. deteriorating as they would if A motion was carried to ask Palm Beach by District Commander laundry at the Florida School for the large and the small ones now

local anglers from getting that Gulfstream, $115 mlnlontri mid the ..n.nouncement left on the damp ground management of the hotel for Al Ferguson of Jensen Boys at Okeechobee. Officials In use, a giant size washer, a
.
.* the board
big one. nest.log complete privacy of the dining Beach. here had faced the prospect of tumbler and a press unit which
C. T Lightsey, Wesley Mobley Tuesday, that 'he lilt two room during the meetings the Influx of an additional 100 would embody collar and cuff,

I and Marvin Williams, fishing out CHILDREN ATTEND YOUTH days the pool Is open Till Teachers Hold A count was taken to find how boys, many of whom have already two lay sleever, bosom and body

of Stuart, Saturday landed two CRUSADE LAST WEEK MOM, Sept 1 and 2, there will many were willing and capableof City CourtIn arrived, with no increasein and yoke types, thus allowing fora

Jewfish, one 380 pounds and the The children from the Real b* no admittance charg. Annual Picnic playing in a Softball tourney the facility for cleaning their larger production of steam

other 240 pounds.. Children Ranch of this Children and adults alike will for' this district, which includes city court this week, David clothes. pressed pieces There will also

Lewis Dreese, Carlisle Thomas Life attended Youth Crusade be allowed to swim fr.. Th. Mr and Mrs. Arthur Hauler- Vero Beach, Fort Pierce, Okee Yates, Linda Yates and Helen J. Discussions are under way now be a 125 pound boiler completewith
Sam Thomas and John Boromei city, a pool will b* nosed for the season son entertained a group of chobee and Stuart George Bel Marion were fined $15 for disturbing for this extension of service with combustion controls This

"' went fishing Saturday out of Workshop In the Assembly ot Slpt. 3. school teachers and their families lamy said It was to be slow the peace. Others appear- investigations having been madeof will be particularly helpful, officials
in Fort Pierce each
Fort Pierce and landed a Jewfish God Church at a fish fry at their borne pitch, no base stealing rules, and lug before the court were Louise the floor foundations where say, in that it may be employed

weighing 304 pounds, a 21 pound night last week. PARENTS OP SON near Basinger Tuesday evening described it as an "old man's Groesmeyer, charged with vag new equipment would be Installed to increase required output

king and a 40 pound cobia. The children studied band- Mr and Mrs. John B. Wood. The affair, an annual event, was tame", whereupon several more ancy, sentenced to complete her along with a check of as well as permitting shutdown
The men reported the water .o craft and other related subjects ham are parents of a 7 Ib 4V4i started several years ago. This hands were lifted. The local jail sentence; Owen Jordan drains and other utility outlets of either mechanism for

clear that huge fish could be along with Bible study at the ; son born Aug 20 at a Fort year, there were more than 175 roup[ will probably play In the drunkenness, $15 and '10 days, such as steam and electric lines cleaning or repair, without halting

seen swimming on the bottom. sessions. Pierce hospital. In attendance tourney. and Dwight Chandler, tined $15. A thorough study of the original operation of the entire plant.i .


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Pig 2 OkMchobu News, Friday, August 25, 1961 chunks of it, with pretty consls On one ouch occasion: . the Chairman State Turnpike Authority, of the W MAT WALKER ITCHY SKIN
taut eucc ss. Last week he was. whole school Turnpike, Revenue Bonds, aerie Judge of the Circuit Courtof
t was evacuated in ATTEST! of iwi hereinafter more particularly tie Second. Judicial Clr-: HOW TO CHECK IT.
The Okeechobee NewsEntered n't doing so good 1, however, Had. very abort time. this time OMAR L. HUNT described or to b* affected cult of Florida In and for IN JUST 15 MINUTES, 4rp
n't landed one 10 pounds. being "the end of the world" In any way thereb before* hereby Leon County .
over
. SuperintendentPublish required to appear the Circuit (SEAL) After using ITCH ME-NOT. |et
the time, as I remember it, was Sib W, Court" of Leon County, Flor A true copy your Cue back at any dni' coors It A
,
as Second Class Matter July I, 1911, at the Post Office in ida, In the Second Judicial Circuitof Attest the Itch NEEDS SCRATCHINGtr
Okeechobee, Florida, Under Act of March e. 1879 BLUEGIlL have slowed down 10:10: on that fateful morning The Okeerfwbee Mews Mid State at the Court House PAUL F. HART8FIELD Apply Instant-drying ITCH ME.
for lister-! In Tallahuiee. Florida, on the Uth Clerk Circuit Court NOT day or night for axems, In.
considerably worm of '. bites, toe Itch, 0Ul. "
day September, 191, at 10 o eat ringworm
Subscription Price (IIn advance) per year $3.00 men. They hit a small popper As was the custom in those ATTEND FAMILY REUNIONIN clock a. m, and show cnuia Byi npuiYbWi turfao rimlin;' NOW at -- t
Two Years, $3.00. Six Months$2.00. Shorter period not accepted. the of the filed PHARMACY
petition Clerk PADGETT'S
fairly well In late evening. days . those that lived close BRUNSWICK, GEORGIA In the above proceeding should not I Publf.h)August 11 IS, 25! 19 1Tba S.S
LAMONTE H MOORE Publisher Quite a few specs are being tat went home for lunch , those Mr. and !Mrs W. R. Strickland be ranted and the 11600001X10 Okeechobea .New____ .. 1
Revenue
Turnpike Bonds,
Serial of
EMMALENE B. MOORE. Advertising Manager
en from beneath hyacinths over that came from afar bl'OUhttheir spent the week end In Brunswick 1861. therein described and theproc..dlnl'

PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY AT OKEECHOBEE. FLORIDA deep water in the river. We saw lunch . and if they hada Ga., where they visited Mr. the luuaaca heretofore thereof bad validated authordog "

several landed, nice ones, on a warm drink they set it in a Strickland' parents, Mr and and confirmed, laid Turnpike Rvanua ..-4

aeee yellow feather, but dldnt try syrup bucket on top of the stove. Mrs A. G, Strickland. lag intareat Bond,at Sales a rate of not 1961 to,xeeed bear

It ourselves. Also attending the gatheringwas five per centum (Bye) per annum, '.or.

r On this particular event all P\t. Andrew Jackson Strlck and DNoveember 1 annually of each on year May, aggregating 1. Best of Cadillac ServiceFactory -

HOOK LYIN'AND ONE THING we did find out. eyes were on the clock , land, Jr, who has been station. a principal amount not
exceeding (160,000,000 all maturing,
There are some bass on the awaiting the approaching deadline ed with the National Guard at subject to right of prior redemp

bottom of the river, in deepwater . when the steam from Camp Jackson, S, C., who was on lion, on November Revenue 1. 3001, and said of .
Turnpike Bonds sale :
alje'la LUREBy There are also some big the coffee on the potbellied! stove a two weeks leave of absence 1961 In coupon form being dated Trained Mechanic and

gar in the same places.MORE reached the pressure that popped It Is expected that the battalion November description 1,of 1961 aald a Turnpike more complete Revenue ,<00\

the lid . and it clattered to be Is assigned to will transfer to Bond. Serial of 1961, being ''"
the floor on the appointed hour contained In the petition herein Original Equipment Part : :
In
foreign duty the near future.IS and exhibit attached thereto.IT .
Needless to say . evacuationwas IS FURTHER ORDEREDthat
I' complete . made this Order be published once
p, EMERSON E. MOORE many YOUR SUBSCRIPTION PAID? each week for three coniecutive
: It plumb home before the holocaust weeks In a newspaper published In *
ABOUT the Counties of Leon, Lake, Sum'ta
had down.But
quieted St. Lucle. Martin, Indian River -.
i IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF Okeechobea, Oeceola '.
THE ll.tO.ND:: JUDICIAL Clot Dede, Hlllsboreugh, Oran'ci
WE MADE a pretty thorough eral tirnet NOTHING guess the children today .I toUT, IN AND tOU LEON:: Prim Beach. Fiends the first pub, Reed-Haughton Motors ,-
check on fishing conditions this I regardless of how they teach CASK COUNTY Ml.FLORIDA 10008OKUttt lIcatlon In each of .a1d newspapersto
By KREWKHUTTThe be not less then eighteen (15)
last week, while on vacation. SHINER FISHERMEN had it them . will have some very I TO SHOW! CAUSE days prior to the date herelnabove -r
,What learned is not heartening Itttle better but still not good. memorable events that will FLORIDA STATE TURNPIKE let for the hearing In form, time.
we a tolling of the school bells they AUTHORITY a body corporal and manner u required by Chapter -
to the confirmed bait caster, We saw a few nice one taken on this week recalls to memory the carry with them through a lifetime Florida end politic 011 1 the Stat of 75, Florida Statutes, as amend- CADILLAC-PONTIAC DEALERS :..

in this area. ahlners and our largest, caught days when I attended school . . and I presume that they Petitioner ed.DONE AND ORDERED at TaJ.Iah. ....-

- and lost, were booked that way. which was a oe room affair and will carry on . when their time THE STATE: OF FLORIDA, *t kl, August.....,1961.Florida, this 4th day of

EARLY MORNING costing wa Mud fish and gar make It a bad all eight grades , and one comes as successfully as did TO THE Respondent STATE Or FLORIDA 621 South 4th Street wHO .

almost non productive. Late A'e- little exasperating and expensive teacherrnch seems to me I the past generations . regardless AND THE SEVERAL PROPiRTT -

ping was a little better Vpick. for the shiner fisherman, the better way of teaching child. of the method of teaching. CITIZENS OWNERS Of THE, TAXPAYERS STATE O F Give Yea Wee Seylel 1-6060 Fort Pierce, Florida :;;

ed up 3 or 4 fairly nice bass on however, ren. FLORIDA AND OF DADS], ._ .

top water plugs just before dusk. Either way . I am sure that BROWARD INDIAN, PALM RTVltH BEACH 8T,

Seems like they prefer a double MET AN acquaintance of several Not that It ever made me so the children will enjoy being LUCIE. ORANGE, GKEECHOBEE LAKLI OSCEOLA. .. .

spines job. They don't often years standing from Miami !smart . .but even though I did back In school . back to the TER HILLSBOROUQH, 81N"tLEON ,js H (-* ** < ...*
who fishes the river exclusively dally routines . and back COUNTIES INCLUD "'to'
strike when the plug hits the not get my work done in whatever ING NON-RESIDENTS OWN FASHIONAWNINOSa .
water as they do when fishingis for big sat fish. Nearly grade I was in at die time among their friends . becausea ING PROPERTY OR SUBJECT .

good. They are wary and the always takes home several in . . I listened to the recitationsof vacation can get very dull , TO AND TAXATION ALL OTHERS THEREIN HAVING .. ,.

Infrequent strikes come after the 15 to 30 pound class. He the higher up grades with with nothing to do , but play TITLE OR CLAIMLNO; OR INTEREST ANY R1G T .. DOOAHOOOSerf ..;.

the plug bas been twitched sev uses cut sailfish for bait, big yearning and I wihsed I was . that is most of the time PROPERTY TO BE AFFECT.ED ] ......,ea a ........ .....

among them . and learned THE BY FLORIDA THE ISSUANCE STATE TURN BY tOW COST ...,.
many things: from them that NOTICE PIKE AUTHORITY OF THE DONALD MACK ) 1.
TURNPIKE REVENUE; :
helped me as I progressed. The Board of Public Instruction BONDS SERIES OF 1961, G J-r '. '"

HEREINAFTER MORE PAR .. .... -
CENTRAL ELECTRIC: will receive sealed bide on TICULAKLV DESCRIBED, OR .. ....
It was no great chore eitherto for TO BW AFFECTED IN ANY
the following products the WAY THEREBY Donald Mack
kibitz on their studies . because vl-J
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period beginning September 6, You and each of you, the Stan
whenever a class was called of Florida, through the Stat At- Phone 2-3821 3005 S. Dixie FORT PIERCE Ph. HO 4-1399 -10
AND GAS COMPANYNOW , the whole group marched 1961 and ending December 31, torn'y of the Second Judicial Clr- .....
1961: cult in and for Leon County Florida ...'
up front to the recitation bench the Stat Attorney of the Fifth' wvwwSERVIU ,
1. Gasoline Judicial Circuit In and for Lake
STOCKSA . in front o/ the whole school 1 Lubrication and Surater CountUi. Florida, the
for their explanation of the subject Stat Attorney of the Ninth Judicial
3. Motor Oil Circuit in and for St Lucie, GUIDE
on band.Furthermore. Martin, Indian River OkeecbobeeOiceola ;
COMPLETE LINE OF 4. No. 2 Diesel Heating Fuel and Orange Counties. Florida .
Note Performance specifications the 8tat Attorney of the Eleventh
, ,1 was always Judicial Circuit In and for
: Dade County, Florida the State ---- -- -- --
stationed In the very first seat of Attbrney of the Fifteenth Judicial
ElectricalSupplies the row . beadon with the 1. Motor oil or oils on which Circuit In and for Broward and := ::
bids are submitted shall meet Palm Beach Counties. Florida and BEAUTY SHOP
teacher The first day of school the Stat. Attorney of the TMrteenth
I: always rushed to get the back Federal Specification MULL2104A Hllliborough Judicial County Circuit and In the and..for.. RUBY WHEATLEY / e PLUMBING "'N
suitable for
seat . . but for some reason generally use oral property owners, taxpayeri, Cosmetic and SERVICE .:i.
in internal combustion engines citizen, including nonresidents
I could understand .
} that ,
never
owning property or subject to taxation Beauty Advisor :
NEW LOCATION
. the teacher promptly moved 'operating under unfavorably or therein, and all other having ,e
:severe types of service conditions or claiming any right, title or AIR CONDITIONED .MI'e) North Klsslmme '
me up front. away from mischief Interert In property to J* affectedby
AND . and where she could the teauanc by Florida DRYERS Bridge-Road '18 ,1"w.
2. The oil must be Supplement _
keep a on me.
wary eye
1 single graded oil as 20W, SOW C. H. SHIRLING .,v

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IN THE war . in fact there was a war All bids will be opened in the OKEECHOBEE "mss
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of the world coming to an end . exit on Tuesday, September 5th, I :;

and other crackpot propheciesthat 1961 at 10:00: am. LOANS EVINRUDE DEALER ;:

kept the school children . Further details can be obtained SINCLAIR .' .
$25 to $600
v and their parents . In a state at the Superintendent's office TV Chaewal 4 Swndky S: of turmoil. SALTER R. WATFORD' .a:
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JOu: koKh.h.. N.wi, Friday August 23, 1961 Page .3jVat'l

I U.S.D.A. GOVERNMENT INSPECTED (BRAND NAME) GEORGIA DRESSED I ,
Geographic Society Unvcovers ,
'

1 rehistoric Forest On Building Site 2'/ to 3 Lb. {

n { 11bt National Geographic Soi gently sloping steps from the low
It, I i> y has uncovered the remains Data along the Potomac and An '<< FRYERS 22'
,f a great prehistoric forest whUexcavaUnc acostia Riven The Pentagonand AVERAGE ;= ,
the cite for Its new Jefferson Memorial stand oa ,
en building! here. the first! terrace. The Washing LB.
The Society has sent expedl-\ ton Monument to on the second
W4I low across the globe up to the (though the mound it surmountsIs
"itosphere, and down to theo I artificial). The White House ARMOUR STAR U.S.D.A. GOVERNMENT INSPECTED QUICK FROZEN BAKING
I a bottom, only to find a geo.'eel i Ia on the third. The Capitol rise r
treasure trove literally on the fourth. And the Lee Man - -
p lla own beck yard. lion in Virginia is on the filth. 4 to 6 Lb.AVERAGE. r
Power shovels have unearthed The Washington Cathedral rests I
mains of t grove of giant bald on a sixth level called the La HENS 39-
Wesses that grew In a dank fayette Plateau. 11/,1/ :
ce Age swamp. The trees are at The various levels were created I I
" ( ait 100,000 and possibly 500.000 during the Pleistocne! when LB.
; rears old Many stumps were great sheets of Ice covered the
.Mall standing upright. northern part of the continent I
I Loss Walt Preserved The glaciers did not reach the "*..S r' *" MORRELL BONELESS COOKED CANNED
a J I The cypress logs have been District. of Columbia but indirectly JANE PARKER DELICIOUS
.. preserved amazingly well in the affected its topography. !
peaty clay of toe swamp Not Some geologists believe that
..., lpe1rW.ied. the reddish wood appears when the glaciers melted huge CHERRY : LB.
to be merely waterlogged quantities of water poured into I
It becomes harder and very lightweight the sea and raised its level. The PIE HAMS 5 $349
when dried. sea and its estuaries washed up
'" Qjriou Iy, avtog examples of i deposits that built the terraces I CAN
., (he seme tree stand only a few Other geologists argue that no
blocks away in Lafayette Park. I ocean fossils have been found In .INCH
The present day tree with its I the terraces. Arthur S. Knox, a 43 C | "SUPER RIGHT" WESTERN YOUNG TENDER SLICED
buttressed trunk and light-green i cartographer of the Geological EACH
feathery foliage blongs to the Survey has taken advantage of
same spedes (TaxodJum dostl- the construction boom to collect
drum) that thrived In the prehistoric mlcrofossils from the terraces
swamp. He has found only fresh-water Jane Parker Marble or GoldPOUND i I BEE F LIVER I LB.39C
The park trees were planted plant and animal remains dia-
Pace the bald cypress does not tarns and simple sponge pjcules.Washington' .
.
now grow naturally within Washington s slopes have yielded I
During the Pleistocene, remains of large land ani-
or Ice Age however bald cy. mals-the elephant, reindeer, CAKE .
CAPT. JOHN'S QUICK FROZEN DEEP SEA
from what wild hone, MOTON'S
presses were common musk ox ground QUICK FROZEN CHICKEN TURKEY OR BEEF
it now Alabama to New and beaver. Lb
Jersey sloth wild hog giant
FRIED SCALLOPS 65c
The swamp beneath the Geographic This evidence leads some geologists Pot Pies 4 : 89c
building site Is part ofn to theorize that rivers 25-01. Pkgs
extensive bog explored In 1922. laid the terraces They maintain EACH 49 C I "SUPER RIGHT" EXTRA LEAN FRESHLY .Suptr Right", Bologna, Pickle| u., Luncheon ?
during excavation for the Walker that great glacial boulders foundin Lb s. 39
(now Mayflower) Hotel. It Is Washington were carried to .J Ground Beef 3 $1 Cooked SalamiPEACHES i Pkg,25c;:
known locally as the Mayflower the area while Imbedded in floating _ _
swamp river ice.River.
I Soon the ancient swamp will Cut Terraces SPARKLE REGULAR PUDDINGS SPECIAL!
disappear again beneath a mon The river theory holds that the
umental building designed byarcWtect melting glaciers discharged vast
Edward Dwell Stone amounts of water Into the Potomac SEEDLESS Get I pkg. FREE with each purchase of 4GRAP
The structure will have wide, overhanging Basin, flooding It periodical CALIFORNIA
eaves for comfort and ly As the region gradually rose s
i for handsome shadow pattern. the shifting rivers cut out terraces -
Structural materials Include in the rocks and deposited
marble, granite glass, steel, sheets of gravel sand and finer
r concrete and masonry. The sediments from the Piedmont All 5-29
building will cost about seven and Appalachian regions 1 :CS aAbP
million dollars.Excavations. The swollen Ice Age rivers'
for this and the could have created the swamp-
I,'/ multitude of other new offices in land in which bald cypresses I b
midtown Washington are providing grew. Mr Knox has found pollen TINY WHOLE
I a field day for geologists from warm-climate trees in
The deep pits for modern under. the swamp soil and cold-climate
ground parking are exposing aspects tree pollen above and below it.
of the cltys geologic history Thus Knox believes the swamp
that lay Inaccessible for was formed in one of thre rela BEETS
r many years beneath concrete. lively warm periods when the fRESHVINERIPtOES
6IIIlon-Yarr-Old fecks ke retreated. He thinks the
The oldest rocks in the District swamp and its cypresses date t
of Columbia date from almost from the second interglacial per. LARGE CALIFORNIA
a billion! and a halt years rod, 500,000 years ago, though
to Fre-Oambrian times. But the they could have originated! in
most prominent and controversial : the third period, 100,000 years C 12-oz.
topographical features InWashington ago 1b.1 2 25
,'e are extensive terraces BARTLETT CANS e
i( which were formed much Mrs, Tom Pierce, who has spent
,! more randy the past; month in Indiana, re- PEARS
fl The terraces ascend like wide Aimed home this week.
IF -
8c e'l JANE PARKS,

MARTHA MANNINGS

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Page" Okttchobe News, Friday, August 25, 1961 the flivver, along with a drum mile coastline was second to \
I
of gasoline that had drifted In none until the admission of Alaska OUT..USCOUT\T
i from God only knows where. in 1959 with a shoreline four
When A Hurricane Comes The Government has set up a times as long That same year,
very efficient hurricane warnnlg Hawaii topped Florida as the JUST \
I system, but back in the old dayswe southernmost state.
had to take the weather as I It "In total land area, Florida's
Stay Put Says Frog came And If a wind started doing 54252 square miles rank the
fancy tricks with the clouds state second east of the Mississippi
we kept an eye over our should. River and 26th in the na \ }
By FROG SMITHI ed it must have been something
at
In fact man
er. a negro up tlon Inland water makes
an
Just read a little item In the that was In the pipe but he sworeit Sumica, Florida, did just that additional 4,308 miles up olFlorida'
square
paper that there was a small disturbance was human hair from some after the hurricane arrived. lIe
area, with only two
down In the hurricaneS drowned person. At least that
was going home from work, states (Texas and Alaska) having
Incubating Caribbean Sea. Let was one hurricane story he told driving his old Model T Ford more. \ 1
that Item appear about twice and himself and didn't swallow It. Because It look.
that had no top. Population density in Florida 1 1tli
people will start asking one an Hurricanes are often over ed like rain, he was hurrying I soared as a result of Us position j
other, "What are you going to do rated by out-af-state papers and when the wind lifted the top off ai the fastest growing state m I
about the storms?" can you blame a home town pa. the lumber shed In ten foot the nation during the past ten

If you ask the average Old pre for underrating one a little. square sections, and one square years. There are 91 Floridians \
Cracker that, he is liable to five Next morning after the 1926 started his way. With both spark per square mile living in the
you a withering look and ask storm struck St Petersburg, a and gas levers all the way down, state now compared with SI nationally 1I ,
you, "what can I do?" Then local edition carried several the flivver was doing its best \ The state ranks 18th
how will you answer that. Natur storm plcturse of wind damaged while he offered up a quick In this respect now and was at I IIt's Ir
ally, the older Crackers who buildings and flooded areas But I prayer With that section of roofIng 28tih spot in 1950. Florida counties
have been here all their lives, said that the wind only reacheda I almost directly over the Ford range from 1,419 persons per
have their own ideas about whatto velocity of 59 miles per hour. i they went tearing down the roadin square mile In PlneUas to four
do during a hurricane, and It At that rate of comparison hadIt one of the fastset races ever persons in LIberty. Fifteen counties .
a hardtop pickup, air runabout, off road housings.The tt4ejrHMflwOaMisave
an an
open
differs Ideas of the blown like it does at most when the
from
slightly seen in Sumica. Only stand above 100
persons per drive pnUtt
workhoiM-a whole new idea In low cost transportation. *on gas and cut. OptionahD..beeI fa.
people who run in circles getting other places it visits In Florida, wind let up to catch Its breath square mile"Today Tbp, window and doors come oI! in minute. It has full anywhere tr ctioa.Optional; .feetavelbp.ltb.Wt: gate
ready The old Cracker usually it would have wrecked the whole did that section of roofing drop 74 per cent of the width seating for three.An all-iteel body that hauls men and window*convert* th.8oo.t iDto a.towe dsiiasstg.
C says there won't be enough: wind city. None of us in my neighbor. into the middle of the road Instead state's population lives In cities, sta4ioedaotcergoandhaaextra-eeatingasfaIEwidtb.heel I
II to ruffle the lake and he might hood believed that the storm was of Into the back seat of compared with 66 per cent in TLese'I I
IV even go fishing. By the time he traveling that slow and I calledin that raring flivverCofCSho. 1950. Only two other states had \
dI gets home and dresses the fish. to report that my neighbor's as great a growth in urban pop Costs Kttio lo'hr

dI It Is too late to do anything garage was doing better than ulation. Although Florida's rural ...less to l
... tbout the hurricane. So he just sixty when it passed my house. i population gained 35 per cent .. .,
sits! back eats the fish and lets It Is an ill wind that blows no and urban population grew Drive it, price.it Jodayf

II her blow, If it wrecks his home, body good. When the storm I Florida Fastest three times faster, 45 of the
1\ he will pick up the pieces and struck Lakeport, a man named state's counties now have a \
eo start all over again. That's a Nathan Plait, Sr., owned a Model GrowillfJ' State greater rural than urban population .
tI Cracker for you. 1 Ford automobile. Next morning because of heavy concentrations -
S Some tales of the hurricanes after the storm he still had In measuring Florida against in the other 22 counties. BIG WJ\GOH..TRWELALL I
e are hard to swallow. Others are the Ford but it could no longerbe the other 49 states, geographically "The median age of Floridians
C impossible Right after the 1928 called an automobile. It wasa and population.wise, records Is 31.2 years only a traction II
q blow a worker at the big sugar wreck, wrapped and sealed In were both won and lost by the above the 1950 figure The na- I
b mill In Clewiston went to a hydrant drifted moonvmes and tree state during the past two years, onal average is 29.5 years, The
IJ for a drink of water and limbs But the good deed done the Florida State Chamber of state ranks fourth in its 11 per I
tJ felt something odd In his mouth. by the wind was the delivery of Commerce says. cent of persons 65 years or j
.. As the water is treated and filter a set of brand new tires to fit "For example, Florida's 8426 older. Nationally oldsters makeup

nine per cent of total popula ga
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COUNTIES GILCHRIST age since 1910 I
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the western portion of Alachua County and 3.11 persons, slightly lower than
was named for Governor Albert II. GiKhrisU the! national average
General agriculture and the lumber industry "The Negro population of the
comprise the county principal sources of state (numbering 880186)) is gain-

income. leg in numbers but dropping inper this one gives you family room on wheels
}} : ; The County is noted for its growing of water cent of total, The proportion
rti melons and the raising of hogs which Is the
largest single source of income in the county. stands at 1'.9 per cent now and It carries 9 people in comfort and wet),has lot usable passenger and load support-wont twist or raptors A den
There was 21.7 per cent in 1950. Only loadspace, goes anywhere on or off the road. The floor i* underside offer extra ground clearance for trawl off-road.
is a large quantity of standing timber, flat and the tailgate folds down for loading Rear win And standard INTERNATIONAL
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Okt. hobe. Newt, Friday August 25, 1961 Page 5 DoUie Lou Hawkins, In the Circuit Care No 1868 fendants, or either of them. Publish Aug. 25, Sept. 1, 8, IS, 1961 HELEN E DRAUGHON THE HURRIER I GET,
Court of the Ninth Judicial HENEHJTTA WATSON, AND TO: All parties having or The Okeechobee Newt Acting
County THE BEHINDER I AM
eaemees to go to school but she liked
Circuit in and for Okeechobee PiilniffVI
claiming to have any right, title, Office Manager
HERE THEREBY not going much better County, Florida. You are hereby or interest In and to the following PUBLIC: NOTICE Publish Aug. 25, 1961 The Impatient driver make
required to serve a copy of your CHARLES WATSON, described property, or any The election of Committeemen 'The Okeechobee News the'moot likely hospital patient.
Back In school Hurry worries cause tension fatigue
our days
we answer or other pleadings on Defendant. part
thereof situate, lying and of the Okeechobee County ASC
were as hapy to see school start Lester W. Jennings, attorney for SUIT FOR DIVORCE being In Okeechobee County, Committee shall be by mail and errors in Judgment that
as we were to see It end. We Plaintiff, post office Box 608, NOTICE; Florida to-wlt: Nominees on the Ballot Ire IS YOUR SUBSCRIPTION PAID? result In traffic mishaps.'

got out late'In April and went Okeeohobee, Florida, and fUe the TO Charles Watson Lot 10, 11 and 12 of OTIS CHANDLER
= EMERSON back after Labor Day Our sum. original In the office of !the Clerkof Athens Stove Company Block 5, South Okeechobee W. DAVE COKER
oirhs l ; men were.spent with our hands the Circuit Court, Okeechobee, Athens, Tennessee. CLYDE R. DURRANCE
,
i t : MOORE wrapped around 'a hoe Instead of Florida, on or before the 18th You are hereby notified thata thereof according, recorded to in Plat plat ERNEST EVANSC FURGUSON PLUMBINGAND

a fish pole. School cut down on day of September, 1961. Herein suit for divorce has been Instigated Book S, page :37, public 0. LAWRENCE
our working hours considerably fall not or Decree Pro Confesso ELECTRIC
-I Ittl against you by your records of St. Lucle Coun CLARENCE LOFI'ONARTHUR
will be entered against you as wife, Henerltta Watson In the ty, Florida. F. RAULERSON
7:109 & YONDERWe Old "Ink celebrated his provided by law and the rules .
Spots" Circuit Court of the Ninth Judiclal Said lots lying In and FRANK WILLIAMSON, JR. SET
BATHROOM COMPLETE
'birthday Monday. A of rel. of this court.
lang Circuit in and for Okee- comprising a part of Government WILLIAM II WILLIAMS
are back In the harness alive and friends gathered at DONE AND ORDERED at chobee Couny, Florida You are Lot 4, Section 21, HOWARD WISEJ.
'- after a week ot "vacating" In his home Monday night to offer Okeeehobee, Florida, this 18th hereby required to serve a copy Township :37 South, Range 0. WOFF t
and around Okeechobee, a week sympathy.( We, out ot consideration day of August, 1961. of your anaewd or other pleadings 35 East Ballots wit be mailed to farmers t $129.50

'oe8 that we shied plum away from for the old bov refrain HAYNES E. WILLIAMS to T. W, Conely, Jr, attorney You, and eacii ot you, are notified In Okeechobee ounty not later ,
MIi Clerk Circuit Court
The News office Can't say we from disclosing hid age. We merely for the
Plaintiff post office than 21
that a Suit to Quiet Titleas August 1961, and enve
i (SEAL) WE HAVE REPLACED OUR PIPE CUTTING
are sorry to be back, although state that in a couple of
, years Box 606 Okeechobee, Florida, to the above described lopes containing marked Ballot
we enjoyed the weeks (rest?) he will\ be 60 He received a let. I Byi HAZEL WILLIAMS and file the original in the officeof erty has been filed agains prop.you must be mailed or returned to MACHINE (LOST IN THE FIRE) WITH A

{ ter from his mother expressing I Deputy Clerk the Clerk of the Circuit Court, and are hereby requiredto the Okeechobee ASC County NEW, MODERN ONE. PIPE CUT TO FIT
Pub. Aug 18, 25 Sept. 1, 8, 1961 you
We travelled extensively, a resentment that he should be so ; Okeechobee, Florida before PERFECTLY
rtE The on or serve a copy ot your Answerto Committee P. 0. Box 365, Okee
trip to Kcenansville, Stuart, sew "ancient." Said it made her Okeechobee News.IN the 26th day of September, 1961. the Complaint on the Plain. chobee, Florida, or the County

E eral trips to the lake'and river (eel{ old and she wasn't ready THE CIRCUIT COURT OF Herein fall not or Decree Pro tiff's attorney T. W. Conely, Office In the Courthouse, Room FERGUSON PLUMBINGAND

nt. and a couple ot tones ,to the yet. THE NINTH JUDICIAL CIR Confesso will be entered againstyou Jr., P, 0 Box 608, Okeechobee, 17, by August 31, 1961.
reel grocery and post office, Pencil CUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND os provided by law and the Florida and to file the original Eligible Farmers who fail to
callouses on our finger grew Jim Conrad and Ted Wilder FOR OKEECHOBEE COUN rules of this court. in the office of the Clerk of Cir- receive a Ballot by mail may ELECTRICCALL
a bit thinner, Callouses other
on spent a pleasant but thoroughly TY. IN CHANCERY. DONE AND ORDERED at cult Court, Okeechobee County, obtain one from the County Officeat
parts of our anatomy thickenedup unproductive few hours on the CASE NO 1866 Okeechobee, Florida, this 17th Florida, on or before the 26th the above address. DAY OR NIGHT

a bit, river with us Sunday. They, and SUIT FOR DIVORCE day of August, 1961.HAYNES day of September, 1961 other. Questions on elegibillty to Vote
DAY PHONE . . . . . ROdeo 6.1595
we, were disappo'nted' but not BOBBY LEE EUBANKS, E. WILLIAMS wise the allegations in said and hold office wil be settled by
We sat humped up under a much surprised.; They'll be back Plaintiff Clerk CU-cuit Court Bill of Complaint will be takenas the County Committee subject to NIGHT PHONE . . . . Rodeo 2.1081
rain coat, the river, for two
on soon,, however, trey: are confirm. vs. By Gloria Ford, confessed by you. appeal to the State Committee.
hours one day last week while : ed Kissimmee River enthusiasts. MARY LUCILLE EUBANKS, Deputy Clerk. Dated this 21st day of Aug. Ballots will be tabulated publicly 9th St. Northwest Corner of the Courthouse
it rained hard We were uncom. Publish Aug 25, Sept. 1.8, 13, 1961 ust, 1961. by the County Committeeon
fortable and had to bail out DefendantNOTICE OKEECHOBEE FLORIDA
a ,
The Okeechobee News
HAYNES E. WILLIAMS September 5, 1961 at 100:
couple of times to keep from I
Legal NoticeIN TO: MARY LUCILLE EUBANKS Clerk Circuit Court P. M. at the County Office Room
sinking, but were happy with Defendant. IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF By Hazel Williams, D C, 17, Okeechobee, Florida.
the thought that our parched THE CIRCUIT COURT OF Address Unknown THE NINTH JUDICIAL CIR.
lawn was at last getting good THE NINTH JUDICIAL CIR.
a CUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND
You
are hereby notified \that a
soaking Got home and found CUIT OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR OKEECHOBEE COUNTY, . . r II .-
suit for divorce has been lute .
dust devils playing In the lawn, FOR OKEECHOBEE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. II _
!
gated against! you by your bus 1
no again dragged the old water IN CHANCERY. band Bobby Lee Eubanks, In Case No. 1869 .
hose all over the place again.Were CASE NO. 1867 the Circuit Court of the Ninth Ju. SUIT TO QUIET TITLE CENTRAL ELECTRIC
elF SUIT FOR DIVORCE NEED MONEY! .
still hoping for a small ELMER
dicial Circuit In and for Okee- BASS, OSCAR BASS,
rain before a band of Arabs set DOLLIE LOU HAWKINS chobee County, Florida. ARCHIE BASS, EDDIE BASS,

up housekeeping in our petunia. Plaintiffvs.. You are hereby required to and RUBLE BASS, N introduces r
bed
serve a copy of your answer or Plaintiffs
6 ESAU BROWN HAWKINS, ether pleadings! on Lester W vs. TO BUY SCHOOL CLOTHESTO
84c Vacation ends shortly for about Defendant. Jennings attorney for Plaintiff F H. fEE ak-a FRANK H. : THE FIRST TV ANTENNA :
NOTICE
1800 students, Next Monday, post office Box 608, Okeechobee, FEE et al,
day they troop back to desks To: ESAU BROWN HAWKINS Florida, and file the original In Defendants.

a{ anf1 books It wa a short summer Defendant the office of the Clerk of the Cir NOTICE OF SUIT PAY VACATION BILLS : EVER DESIGNED FOR :
Address Unknown
for most of them: and a long one cuit Court, Okeechobee, Florida IN THE NAME OF THE
fE for many of the parents. A little You are hereby notified that a. on or before the 18th day of September STATE OF FLORIDA: uninterrupted eat
suit for divorce has been Instigated a ,
neighbor girl said that she liked 1961. Herein fail not or TO THE DEFENDANTS:
TO PAY HOSPITAL BILLS
against by wife, I In
F you your Decree Pro Confesso will be en F. H. Fee, a-k-a Frank H Fee, top-fiightperformance _
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RI tered against you as provided by 'and if married, his unknown

law and the rules of this court. I spouse, residence and address SALT-WATER AREAS :
EVERY DAY DONE AND ORDERED at unknown; Call

Ckeechobee, Florida, this 16th C M. Horton, and If married, .
day of August, 1961. his unknown spouse, residenceand .s. 1 .
HAYNES E. WILLIAMS address unknown; ,. : .t: : .
IS LADIES' DAY WITH Clerk !,;.:;t .
Circuit Court ,
R. E. Oliver, and if married, f + .
OKEECHOBEEFINANCE ,. .
(SEAL his unknown spouse, residenceand w'9'... H
s
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By: HAZEL WILLIAMS address unknown r
US. WE ENJOY THE '
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Deputy Clerk .. .
Geo. A. Gale, and if married, .
a
: Pub Aug. 18, 25, Sept. 1, 8, 1961 his unknown spouse, residenceand .' .f:' .. ,:... a lJ :
PLEASURE OF THEIR The
Okeechobee NewsIN address unknown, CO.

George R. Lyman, and If married ; '
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COMPANY . THE CIRCUIT COURT OF his unknown spouse, res. t CHANNELMASTER9
THE NINTH JUDICIAL CIR. idence and address unknown,
CUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND I AND TO: All parties claiming Telephone RO 2.4231
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Page 6 Okeechobee News, Friday, August 25, 1961 Some authorities! believe the Ue- erator and others who pour mot- Named Manager
long smoker over 40 urould havea ten metal or arc exposed to molten -

chest x-ray twice a year. And metal fumes; bard-rock miner of Foreign Sales

Watch Out For Cancer'sSeven today's teen aiers, Apparently (including Minnesota underground

. smoking In Increasing numbers, iron miners and South For GeneralA

should make plenty of work for Dakota gold miners)! and those -
man who fluently speaks five
tomorrow's lung surgeons. exposed to aromatic amines, arsenic
languages and reads two more
Danger Signals chromates, creosote. naphthalamine -
Straight-shot drinkers. Drinkingover has been named manager of
nickel 1, petroleum
seven straight shots of foreign! sales for General Devel-
(Including wax and paraffin HE KNOWS
By VICTOR COHN be cancer-prorra because of exposure whisky a day may lead to can products ment Corporation, la r g t s t
of radla-
and
Cowl* Miwiptptn Medical Writer to some cancer-causing cer or Uw oral cavity and upper ), lOot x-rays community building firm In the
(Part I of a S rfn' ) chemical or other factor. gastrointestinal tract. Uon-sources. United States
Men (or women) constantly ex
Everyone should have a thorough Cigaref _ken. ..It Is estimated Workers constantly exposed to posed to the sun. This Includes Nicholas Morley, who has had

physical examination every that a non lmoker'lchance certain chemicals: welders I ; sun (or sunlamp) worshippers executive sales experience on
four continents, named to
year. But some group of men of developing lung cancer cooks; painters; steamfitters and WHAT ABOUT ALL OF US? was
should be especially conscientious sometime Is In 270. A smok he: newly created poet by NellE.
one boilermakers (exposed to asbestos In most details, a thorough Bahr, vice president of Gen.
about ILThese
er's Is as high as one chance In ); shipboard engineers, firemen physical examination U the same eral Development In chart of
I are the groups shown to 10 (for the two- -day man>. and oilers; bridgecrane opNOW'S for men and women. sales.

The thorough physical report I WHAT
Bahr said Morley wall lest up a
e many doctor, Is still far more number of franchised agendas

talked about than done. Many 10 Central and South America

so-called "physicals" consist only and the Caribbean islands for sale
o( a 15ord0-minute look. One of General Development's Florid
doctor says: "After a thorough
properties. H. also wtlt: supervise
physical! you should know you've training of bilingual

been examined." personnel In General Dfvelop.ment" .

"The Important thing" says eight pre.planned commutides -

the American Medical associat such as Port Charlotte, HE'S TALKING
ion's Dr. Askey "Is for the Port St. Leads sod Port Malabar
physician to take the initiative

and recommend a regular com.
I plete examination." To Open Bids

d coaa"Ai."ea' Ii.aea, : uMmK "Essential"' features at an examination On 2 ProjectsBids

b ___________ aimed at includingcancer
detection (says the caner -
'" will be opened on Sept. 13
committee of the Minnesota
AIAI State Medical assoclat'on' ) are: for construction of tie-up dolphins .
and safety barrier at the
MPSIDE-IIoII"M IM Men YeN Ear.nol..and.th.at examination ABOUT
". -nw.M.M..tlp. anal Anna. St. Well Lock in the Okeechobee
Talpatation (touch) and inspection
Waterway. The successful bid-
),
of skin, abdomen, neck,
0:: der will be allowed BO. calendar
breasts, genitals and lymph node
II: regions. days to complete the job which i.
estimated to cost less than
Cheat X-R.y.

s: THE TIME to save more truck (patients Blood toils with, little gastric or no analysis stomach $25,000.On a Sept.project. 14 bids which will calls be openedon for

acid are more likely In be
stringing some 17 miles of four-
cancer prospects) and stool .
uredollartrucks examination. strand barbed wire fencing! andretaliation
dollars on the Stomach. and Intestinal of gates along the

x-rays right of way of Levee SO on the
Utl when Indicated. by screening re .
Northwest shore of Lake Okeechobee.
SAVEI You just can't beat August buys for saving. It's the time of year when wits The work is expected to
all the You'll find sweeter-than-ever All of us should watch for danger -
Chevrolet dealers traditionally pull stops. i cost less than $25,000 and the

savings waiting for you on every '61 Chevy truck-from the nimble Corvair 95's, amlnations.signals between Cancer's medical danger ex. i successful bidder will be allowed

right up to the mighty medium. and heavy-duty jobs. Come in and save a bundle! signals are: UI seven* unusual- I the 150 ob.Fire calendar. days to complete

bleeding or discharge; 121.)
lump or thickening in the breast
SAVEI You just can't beat Chevy trucks for working. With Chevy's easier riding or elsewhere; (3) a sore !that Safety

Independent Front Suspension, loads ride easier, drivers stay fresher the truck does not heal; (4)) change in

lasts longer. You get more work, more hauls, for your truck dollars! bowel or bladder habit; (5) Urged For -

hoarseness or cough; ((6)) indigestion Young and Old
[ or difficulty in swallowing;

beat trucks at trade-in (7)) change in a wart or mole,
SAVE! And for frosting on the cake-you just can't Chevy Elderly people and small children

time. Latest official industry reports prove that Chevrolet trucks lead in trade-in "If your sl.gnallast" longer than are among those who too

value, week after week, over every major competitor in Chevy's price range.' two Cancer weeks, says the American oCtet are victims of fire, the National -
society "go to doctor
your
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Board of Fire Underwriterssaid
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Biltd on offiti*! &um ton Automate. Motet eopotL to learn If it means cancer." r 0 tJ
today
Is it worth while?
The highest death rate by fires
The statistics say yes There
are now alive than among persons 65 years of
more one
CHEVROLET TRUCKS age and older. Children under
million
Americans who have been
five years of age are the second
cured of their
cancer.
'I largest group, of victims. 2\//
Matches should be kept out
I
House AdoptsAmendment of the reach of children Child

'ran should not be permitted to

operate electrical appliances except .
I In the presence of adults..
Congressman Paul G Rogers In addition, it should be impressed \
offered and saw adopted an amendment upon small children and
to the foreign aid authorization .
elderly persons that In case of
bill to forbid any United I fire they should get out of the
States assistance to any other house immediately. If the house
country which is in turn giving 'catches .
fire, they should be Instructed
aid to the Castro government
'
to go 0 a neighbor'sresidence
of Cuba.
and phone In the alarmS .
"The foreign affairs commit.tee .

well aware of the nature of WILL ATTEND

fp4.ewe.aeMrgielMevat..oUlrl 1 the present Cuban regime, ju CHICKEN BARBECUE r y/ ss"y aR
WdtdwitllliclnH diciously made provision In the a
kN.a .r I onpulSee Approximately 15 membersof
bill to prohibit assistance to + 'm w 4 ,/' t4Y
the Christ Ambassadors,
a n
Cuba, Rogers stated. "I urge
your local authorized Chevrolet dealer that: we extend the comittee's action youth group from the Assemblyof ; ?
God Church, will attend
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barbecue at Highlands
country which may assist Cuba.
State Park, Sebring Friday night
Why should we do Indirectly'
GILBERT CHEVROLET CO. INC. what we would not do directly? I The program will begin at
Why should we assist Cuba 7:30, and will feature, besidesto
OKEECHOBEE, FLORIDA Phone ROdeo 2-4231 through a third country?" Rogers supper, speakers and other

asked the members of the Houseof subjects related to the groups
=" ":' '=' 'M'MM=' Representatives.In work The Sebrlftg Christ Ambassadors

presenting his amendment are hosts to this program .- I

Rogers noted that "The United and will include groups

r (I} lu States has broken diplomatic re from Storing, Okeechobee, Avon

lations, terminated with the Castro a sugar government quota Park churches: and other surrounding People say that about any man who ts

ao which amounted to a generous
u EI subsidy of the Cuban government TO CHICAGO an expert in his field. They turn to

Mr. BOSTON and formally declared Cas Charles Freeman, owner of

tro's government a "clear and Central Electric and Gas. Co.,
c YE INTELLIGENT BUYER'S GUIDE TO FINEST SUMMER DRINKSSUMMER'S present danger" to the securityof left Monday by plane for Chicago him for sound, accurate and unbiased

this hemisphere. Castro's Communist where he will spend a few

regime has Insulted the days on business.

I I I THE TIME FOR LIGHT "REFRESHERS" I 1 United knows no States precedent In a manner in the which history BICYCLI RIDERS Information.

of this nation.: Parents must lead the way In

t_ .:;:- OLD Mr. BOSTON .: teaching their bicycle riding For these qualities
same some
children to follow the rules of
School Receives
VACUUM
Aim DISTILLED

,1 w. DD 0} I Money For the bicycle road.riders Four Involved out of every in accl five 7,500 readers in the Okeechobee Area

LJ L1 LJ vehicles
dents with motor violate
_' Distilled in a unique glais.lined .ft Science BooksAlbert traffic laws. turn every week to The Okeechobee News

: -- vacuum still . for sparkling
smoothness with Just whisper K Coiwiser, technical .
a
_
n -- of flavor and perfect mixability I U economic adviser to Bede Air. LOOK AHEAD You, too, will find that it satisfies
Y Gin drinks are traditionally the Drivers should prepare them
--- craft, Inc, which 1s
most popular summer refresher expectedto selves for distant traffic prob
p = -- of all and Old ". Boston .is Rri R break ground for a 25,000 lems. Even at slow speed, far your basic curiosity about peopleand
= IMPORTS the most popular of all elm Nis square foot plant at Indiantownthis off situations will be immediate

:a ohs :I:: y fall, and a director in Mar. problems In a matter of seconds.
tin County's Committee of 100, events
Y b1rBOSioN ) gU T OLD Mr. BOSTON KI
this
morning announced a lilt
Mr. and Mrs. Jerry E. Walker
I VODKAONI of $250 to education. and family of Miami spent a few
ij ( npy II B The gift Convaiser said, is part days last week with their par.

H a ;,a ONe Of AMERICA'S t TOP in debt repayment for an education of his personal he received cots Mr. and Mrs J. H. Walker, You, too, will know what you're talking
t= SELLERS K Jr., and Mrs. Jeff Douglas Mrs

,}e'ij; cw Mat highly refined and filtered ii iiI as a youth. Douglas returned to Miami with about when read The Okeechobee
H : : "The main purpose, Convai you
:?? ; of Old Mr. Heston'. ipirltil her daughter where she will remain
__ American from toast to coast i ser said, "is to encourage upgrading for a few weeks' visit.
I keepdicoveringnewexcltingways in the areas of science News every week ,
Mr. and Mrs Frank
I _..__ Topson
this clear,
:-=: to use crystat- and
engineering, which is vital
and Donald of Hialeah
crisply dry liquor in cooling summertime son spent
15 delight i to this country's welfare. Friday night as guests of the

Ii R..nhat qualities should you look for in liquor for The $230 Is to be divided In Qutllie. Hazellief's. The Topeon'swere

summer drinks? First of all lightness, then mix. this manner: $25 each to Martin enroute to Wyoming and

i rJlj( ability. The liquor you buy should bring out the OLD Mr. BOSTON 3 County, Okeechobee, Dan Me Colorado where they will spend
IMPORTED Y. t. LIGHT AND Karoma SR.TJ3MC Carty and Vero Beach High three) weeks hunting antelope and
best in mixers without
your dominating In flavor or/
schools to purchase books In deer. ,
i For easygoing pleasure, stick to the : I
light- d ra mathematics and science; $50, Pete demons manager of the

bodied, dry, mild liquors You'll find all these ; i Mellow, light-bodied Virgin X at Convener's wife's specific re Okeechobee Livestock Market, is

pleasant qualities In gin, vodka and rum. That's lwfe Islands rum...carefully selected j U quets, to go to a deserving fe reported improving from the e

I why they're universally popular as summer re- F.+,_i for delicate flavor Chum and superior male student per ulng a coursein mumps. He is expected to be able
mixing qualities.
freshers.And you're doubly sure of smooth uppin' .. 111, guest this summer with your the science at Indian River Junior to return to work at the market
qoaj \....:? tropic touch sun-kissed rum- College and $100 to Gov. Farris sometime. this week. .
if you specify. . Old Mr. Boston! ,,_ The 0eecobee! !
J.. q- smooth ai a Caribbean breuel Bryant's new educational foun. Mr and Mrs. Nick Rankin and Ne;;;.s:
dation to Increase the salaries children Jeff and Nikkl and Mr

"INTELLIGENCE IN THE PURCHASE.: . of college instructors, and Mrs. John Ferguson spent
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.zs i. the week end In West Palm
MODERATION IN THE ENJOYMENT.
-- .H Mrs. I. E. Jenkins and Mrs Beach and Greenacres City
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of Savannah, Ga., Mrs Qulllle Hazelllef and
GIN SO AND K> PROOF,VODKA 10 AND 100 HOOF, ROTH DISTILLED FROM 100* DRAIN NEUTRAL SPHIT3 RUM 19 moor Bobby Hale son
Mft. BOSTON DISTILUK INC. BOSTON: MASS. visited over the week end with Joe and Mathew Delaney were in
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News, Friday, August 25, 1961 Page 7 Parents Protect
School Days

l\larines'To have adopted many ,of its features Your Babies; Coming; Check
for use in their own organlzatlons H
.
i\1\" Accept All With Polio Shots Supplies NowDon't SALE SALE SALE
,
mrs
Following the training at Par lr p r
EnlistmentsAccording rls Island and tour weeks of ad. Polio Is a terrible a tragic- t i yrflSM7' look now, but schoo s
vanced training at Camp LejeuneIn !sease. It strikes without warning just around the corner and It.
to Gunnery Sergeant North Carolina, and In accordance and leaves In its wake vie yt r"y'd not too soon to get everything 1J
Pete Walker,. the Marine Corps with their aptitude the tlms doomed to spend their liveson ; iN .n ) lfiX14' readiness for the now school USE D CARS
Recruiter tor the Okeechobeearea )young men will be trained in one crutches or In wheel chairs o rJ )'eIU'.
that In keeping with the re of more than 250 specific skills Polio. seeks out those who are 'w" There's the wardrobe to tx
cent expansion program/ of the and be assigned!: to duty In either most vulnerable, those who have a v fit: checked: ot course, and you ma
Marine Corps, he will be able ground, sea or air units. neglected to get the maximum ')11Y? ;1' t t.r want your youngster to hav '59 FORD 4 Door $1395.00
to accept unlimited enlistments Men that feel that they can protection of polio shots. Poll both medical and dental examlatlons '
Until recently the Marine Corp meet the Marine Corps standards concentrates Its attack In neighborhoods r before the first day 01; 59 CONSUL Ford 4-Dr. $895.00 i
has had to turn down the request should contact Sgt. Walker for where large numbers of i, rsr class. '
of many young! men throughoutthe full details about their enlistment people have neglected: to get rM ti r, t It's Important, too, that you 59 English FORD 2-Dr. $695.00
State because of the limited Immediately Sgt. Walker will be their full series of four poll +kA children have the essential schoo '57 MERC 4-Dr.
quota assignment. In Okeechobee on the 29th of shots In these areas, when summer supplies in readdness, so Us $895.00
New Marines from the State of August at the Post Office. comes, polio strikes suddenly good idea to make up a chec '56 OLDS 2Dr. Hdtp. $695.00
Florida will receive their recruit I quickly, and without list of "things to get" In advance
/r training at Parris Island, I CROOKED ROADS mercy. These potential epidemic Elementary grades seem to require : '55 BUICK 4-Dr. $395.00
I South Carolina. This Marine Don't just coast around curves. areas must be wiped out. And, 1 1Is It A .1q.ap hod r tl ,1 )It a bit of equipment then '
I Training or "Boot Camp" is Slowing down before you come to up to you to see that this Is I. C N.arls 11F'w days Kindergarteners, for example 54 CHEVY 4-Dr. $450.00

known throughout the world and a curve, then using a little gas accomplished. should have blunt en< '
has been studied by many military coming out of It will hold the Young parents must see that scissors! crayons, a washable ru< 57 FORD Pickup $695.00
leaders of the world who wheels In the road better. their babies are protected. Ba trfi (unless the school provides reel -'54 BUICK 2-Dr.
Hdtp. $350.<;>0
bles should be started on their pads), a beginner's pencil, anan
polio shot schedule between the artist's smock or apron. (SOLD AS IS)
Dies of six or eight weeks. At I, For first traders, scissors '
FOR ANY 53 BUICK 4-Dr.
IT IS UNLAWFUL I $95.00
the same time, both parents tablet, crayons, rug, beginner.
should start or finish their polio f pencil, a 124nch ruler, paste anc '51 OLDS 4Dr.RAMBLER $95.00
shot series Babies and bread. t tissues Add two no 2
PERSON OR PERSONS TO winners who are unprotected are and 18 or more crayons for pen second : '53 S. W. $125.00

the most vulnerable targets of graders; and if you've I '
ENGAGE IN BUSINESS paralytic polio Children who f'p third grader In the family, add 53 MERC 2Dr. Hdtp. $295.00
play with other children and spiral notebook (wide lined), a
teenagers who spend their summer package of unlined white Dot4
UNDER A FICTITIOUS days at the beaches or play. paper and a loose leaf noteboo SPECIAL
grounds are also leaving them. 'Fw
with wide lined paper. You oa
selves open to tragedy If they j wi t'', r tI skip the rug for the second and 1960 Int. Baby Cub Tractor, withy

NAME UNLESS THE NAMEIS have not had their polio shots. third graders. Cutter and Mower $1250.00
Call your doctor or local health Your 'youngster's, teacher
) ma
department _now_ .. to__ _find___ out__. .how_.., I,7r ''k aN, __ add an item or two, but thes
REGISTEREDThe to: obtain polio shot protection \edra Sickafoos lage and Charles Millage, aunts should meet the basic require.
Don't take a chance take your of the bride, and Mesdames Roger ments and get the year off to a
polio shots.Annllal. Marvin Mobley Wilcox, Art Bowen and John good start. OKEECHOBEEMOTOR

fictitious name statute was changed by the Kern.
1951 Legislature and The Okeechobee News has thenecessary Robert Wed August 8 For the wedding trip to Lake

forms for registration and adver The chapel of the Central Lu- Qulnsalt, at Olympia National TURN SIGNALSToo
proper Morris PicnicThe theran church, Takoma, Wash. Park, the bride wore a turquoise many motorists fail to use CO.
tising. .
ngton, was the scene of the mar. knitted suit with white accessories turn signals properly or at an.
Order of the Eastern Star
rlage of Miss Nedra and a white orchid cor Despite their being required on
The charge for advertising the notice the neces Jkechobee Chapter 128, will hold Darlene
four times is $15.00.As Its( annual Robert Morris picnic iickatoose to SPS Marvin'Frankin sage. all new cars, they are of no See Ga. Boy, Bob Bfaii or Claude Holcomb
sary Mobley of Fort Lewis Aug 8. Mr. and Mrs. Mobley will re value if they aren't used in the
at the
swimming pool August 30
amended by the 1951 session, the law readsas et 7p.an. U The.",I Rev I._ T Claude Millage ..ofuvuuuuiuj side in Tacoma. right way.NOTICE.
snake, untie of
the
follows: Members and prospective members
bride, officiated for the daughter
and their families are urgently
"It shall be unlawful for any person or persons, ; requested to attend, bring. of Mr and Mrs. Roy Eugene
as defined herein, to engage in business as herein tag a covered dish. Sickafoose and for the son of Mr. i e ,
and Mrs. Marvin L.
defined, under a fictitious name as herein defined, Swimming will be available Okeechobee Mobley of
Florida k"
without and unless said fictitious name shall be The bride, given in marriage The licensed and insured bonafide members of the

registered with the clerk of the circuit court of Help Avoid by her father, wore a waltz- Okeechobee Contractors Association listed below

the county where the principal place of business Electric ShockInjury length gown of satin with a lace assure the public of their intent to uphold the build.

Is, which registration shall consist of filing with the overskirt A pearl tiara held a ing code of the City and County of Okeechobee, and xxxX.Xxr>rx xx M.X ,
or death from electrical bouffant cloud of Illusion. She :.ixx> xxxrr .tx r , ,
clerk aforesaid, an affidavit signed by all interested carried to protect the public's interest at all times. ; <:lX'trx'trK: : kYfxxtXxr kxxxlrxxxyY./X! .. '
shock can be easily preventedby a cascading bouquet of rYyyxVYti'
under oath the of all those xxc7xeKZr.yyy : /<
persons, stating names > observance of a few simple white orchids and carnations %
interested In the business enterprise, the extent of rules Miss Paula D Sickafoose washer Anderson R, E. Holley .
,; 'e xX; Y{ /YY 9.n.
the interest of each, and the fictitious name under Water (Is a good conductor of sister's maid of honor. She /YYIr.YY;
which said business is carried on. Said registrationmy electricity and the safety auhorities wore a frock of pink chiffon and Bag & Burlap Co. Hayes Electric Co.

not be made until the desir warn that electrical carried a bouquet of pink carnal
person or persons .ions. Bob Sandifur Kerby Electric Co.
equipment and fixture switches
P
ing to engage in business under a fictitious name Master Sgt. Robert L.
should never be touched with wet Dodgewas Roofing Co. James T. Kinchen
shall have advertised his or their intention to register hands. Neither should you use best man, and Leon E. Che
said fictitious name at least once a week for four electrical appliances while stand. card was an usher Big Lake Home Bui! Clarence LefterCarey

((4)) consecutve weeks in some newspaper as definedby tog on wet floors and other Mrs. Elda Sulerud, organist,
accompanied Miss W. Baggett Nix Roofing &
rounded surfaces Shirley Craver
law In the county where said registration is to { '
soloist, who sang the wed
A good rule to follow Is to
1M made, and said registration shall not be acceptedby ding songs. Electrical Co. Sheet MetalC.
always assume that any electrical
the cl.rlc"of the crcuit court except upon receiving circuit with which might Mrs Sickafoose chose a turquoise Not just 1. but 2 Revolution
you Conrad C. H.
L.
*,,' proof of such publication. come In contact is strong enoughto sheath dress with match. Shirting ary new See Level ovens with
Ing accessories for her daughter exclusive, Glide Up Doors
cause Injury or death. Donald L. Crawford Clayton White
wedding. She complement.
ed her ensemble with a corsageof Oscar L. Crabill Willis ElectricalW.
pink carnations and rosebuds

MAKES PERFECT WEATHERSUMMER Assisting at followed the reception the whchlnuned.lately ceremony : E. Creach Oscar Waldron

Ferguson Plumbing Co. Williams & WilliamsG 40 Mod.?RCDe e.ai
were Mesdames Harry Mil
AND WINTER I
RATE INCREASEThe & S Builders J. W. YoumansV. NewFRIGIDAIRE

COSTS LESS THAN YOU THINK Utilities Florida Commission Railroad and has Pubic set M. Britton lf vu

Sept. 19 and Nov. 14 as dates for Next Regular Meeting, Friday, August 25
public hearings of the petition of
8:00: p.m. at the County Court House
General Telephone Co. of FlorIda Most glamorous ranges ever. .
; ;;si === for authority to increase its
= rates. Looks built-in yet installs in minutes!

i 111111i I The new FLAIR models glorify any kitchen

1 1-1rID 1.-j 1 VISIT RAULERSON'S FOR ALL YOUR SCHOOL with built-in glamour. And just slide a

i GG rG JOI FLAIR (cabinet and all) into the place of
= =
present No carpentering. No tearing .
-- your range.
BELOW ARE A FEW SPECIALS FOR
cz :::: NEEDS. LISTED
I o up your kitchen. Incredible? It's true!


COOLS HEATS 4 U THIS WEEKEND. FRI. SAT.-MON. AUG. 25,26,28 *Oven Cook Master Control-cook Automatlo: Imagine FLAIR a electric Frtytdaire rape 40*

( IN I IN while you are away lor M little a*
*Roll-To-You Cooking: Top

SUMMER! WINTER! We have t received I: W. Are ClosIng Out Our Simplified puts units Controls out of sight

A New Shipment of Girls 1. Stock Ladies & Chlldrens located on a clutter-free Low DownPayments
Features a super-efficient heat pump plat all the finest features divided panel

e TRULY QUIET, BIO CAPACITY COOLING twice as much heat from the Amana as SCHOOL DRESSES I BATHING SUITS Choice of four colors Easy Termsor

-Even during the hottest season, the from ordinary heat pump units. f. Snowcrest White.

most scorching days. a AUTOMATIC DEFROST-Ordinary heat I! lL C i M Including tora,.'nblnetGILEERT'S .uppetn1F
pumps tend to"ice-up."The Amana Year $1 I /2 lt\tj'
e SUPER the imciINT cooling HIAT cycle PUMP-By, the Amana reversing 'Round has an automatic defrost cycle. ! UP PRICE

Year'Roundbecomeusuperefficientheat THE PERMANENT-TYPE FILTER-Easy -
pump. When the temperature drops be to remove, clean and! replace. Provides
thoroughly clean air.
low 60 degrees, special supplementary Ladies Baby DollPAJAMAS !
beating is provided. . and when the a COMPLETELY AUTOMATIC-Just set the I Small Lot Boys
thermometer reaches 10 degrees, you get glider control and forget it. I

SAVE MONEY WITH AS LOW DOWN I Mostly Small Sizes f Shirts i 97c97c
:
DO-IT-YOURSELF AUTOMATIC LOW PAYMENT.. .
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MOUNT INSTALLATION KIT I AS EASY TERMS Pair ss t IF t
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The time to Insure

GILBERT'SEAST Small Lot Ladies U 'D against fire Is


SKIRTS, RAYON SLIPS, g We have genuine U.S. fj9 before It happens

BLOUSES If and when fire strikes
f.
Keds. For both boys and '
your home, it will be too
OKEECHOBEE ACROSS FROM EDDIES Childrens DRESSES '
late to check your Insurance
girls. We also Lee
$1 carry 41i to see if it's adequate

ZIEGLERNew Your Choice I ea. Riders for boys and men.A ', ,C t to cover your loss.

Real Bargain If Your The only way to protect

Size Is Herel Is your insurance yourself financially is to
In line
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of your property?
SEE US FOR ALL YOUR BACK-TO-SCHOOL NEEDS!


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RAULERSON Dept. StoreWE AGENCY

FIRE-AUTO--CASUALTY-BONDS
OKEECHOBEE, FLORIDA CLOTHE THE FAMILY
H. M. ZIEGLER
Okeechobee County Bank Building
OKEECHOBfE, FLORIDA
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8 Okttchobo News, Friday, August 25, 1961ffet I Club, Bee Arrants; Garden Club, Celebrates 75th calm Harden, Mr, and Mrs Er. visited Mrs Pearce. Mrs Clemens
Okeechobee Civil Council
Margaret Johnston; Fine Arts I nest Shockley. Mr. and Mrs Jim. Is Mrs, Fearces grand
Club, Kitty Brown, and Chamber Birthday Aug. 14 mie Prescott and daughters, Faye daughter.
of Commerce, Marvin Ar and Gage( Mr, and Mrs. George: Rev Rohrer of the' Brethren
more done. .f/aw more taikSUBURBAN Formed Here MondayA ranti. Mrs. Charles McArthur i 75th Mrs Ada Smith celebrated her Smith and daughter Ila Mae of church conducted worship serve
also attended. Organizations not birthday anniversary Aug Canal Point and Mr. and Mrs, ices Tuesday morning at the Rest
represented were the !14, with a party at her home. Albert Smith and daughters, Home, and he was greatly appreciated
'1I'.t'#. t'. ,J. ."l-}. ..; move, sponsored by the Jun. Okeechobee: Civic Council. Volunteer Firemen and Awdllary. Quite a number of relatives and Phyllis and Dorothy Gaye, .
dot Chamber of Commerce to The Rotary Club was represented Rebekahs, and the Boat friends attended, and Mrs Smith Mr and Mrs Horace Long
unite all civic and fraternal at the meeting by Frank Club They will be urged to send was presented with several gifts, sent a gift of honey last week,
Rest
Home News
Croups In community projects too Altobello, Lions representative representatives to the next meetIng A birthday cake, topped with and Betty Nix gave a box of
large for a single organization was Frank Havely! ; Jaycees, of the new group 75 naming candles was also Mr. and Mrs Elmer Pearce peppermint candy
got under way Monday night. Geirge Bellamy and Charles Me No actual business was con presented to Mrs Davis visited Thursday at the Dunklin
Representatives of several local Arthur, Legion, John Boromel; ducted, but everal topics were Among those present were Mr. Rest Home with Aunt Malt Each person possesses about
organizations! met at the city Masons, Bill Williams; P T. A, discussed, action pending an In. and Mrs James Davis, Barbara Pearce. Saturday, Mrs Dude 44,000 pairs of genes or hereditary
library at 7:30 p, m. to form the Margaret Gaughon; Women's troduotion of the proposals to Jean Davis, Mr. and Mrs. Mal. Clemons and daughter Bobbie carriers.8IIVSIEEP .
the various organizations by the
representatives.
Gforge Bellamy, from the Jaycees
proposed erecting boards
bearing insignia or signs of the
local organizations at the entrances
of the highways to the OUTFITfr24HoursDqyorlgi
city. The Jaycees: would main.
twin the signs, he said, but suggested -
w.t r .a.Mw.. that the Garden Club and
other groups aid in landscaping
Jaycees will furnish backgroundfor
W TRACTORa [ Lf the signs.Bellamy ; I t I ( I I I

. ip. tool make Jobs to do , the Jaycees would marshall the as
aiwr *au r on )001. Floating rotary
mnwnt. rotary tiller) trailing rake and mow plow . (for yar r-? ; > Labor Day Parade at the request
Sound lObr?. Eaduow.aH-9ar] power dxlr., imooth ihjftin ; : of the Catt emen'a Association, '
...nlorplanioq r..dn..ftlb_Wheel Hor.e Cc1J1O. and asked that each local or 5 pc. Fhxida'lanch Type
ganisation be represented in the WAGON WHEEL
parade. Some discussion was SOFABED CROUP
K. GARAGE held on the selection of a rodeo He..y Ath Frame Construction
The decision of how that
Phone RO 2.5441 If No Answer RO 2.5291 queen.
r s
will be done rests with the cat r
U.S. 441-2 Blocks South Rt. 70 OKEECHOBEECATFISH 4P tlemen.

Christmas lighting and decorations -
for the city was discussedat
-
length. This has apparentlybeen

.: 4 a pet project of several
groups It is hoped that some
thing may be started this year

"AND WHEN I USED MY COME HITHER LOOK and expanded in following years.
fay
Another topic that had been
HUSH PUPPIES-COLE SLAW HE WALKED RIGHT UP TO ME AND SAID 'IT

discussed by various organizations
ANDSWEET WOULD BE MORE EFFECTIVE IF YOU WERE and was introduced as a
SITTING IN A NEW BUICK FROM co-ordinated project was the formation .
TATERS of a Community Chest.
This project ranks high with all
ALL YOU CAN EAT PORES; INC. organizations .... '
Kitty Brown Fine Arts Club .7" .1
proposed the idea of a community .". Durable. Cloth Baked "PlyntaV Flattie! .
S1 THE YOUNG LADY LEARNED THE HARD WAY, dean up drive to be held Authentic Western design with stitched
CJr all BUT SHE SOLVED THE PROBLEM. SHE CALLED about two times a year, This was :1. steerhead and horse hes'J decals! Frame :
I OLD TOM AT PORES AND WITHIN MINUTES HE received favorably by all groups ,,r I and Tablet of durable solid ash for years .
The meeting adjourned at 9:30 of Wear Sofa opens out to e bed for 2.
HAD A BUICK AT HER DOOR. NOW HER COME x 1
BARLOWFISH i p, m, Another meeting will beheld r Most
HITHER LOOK GETS RESULTS. in the near future. and \ \\W IA44raetive VI

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THIS GROUP INCLUDES;
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LAKE OKEECHOBEE wa9oe wheel 5OFAIID gFOgh
12 MI. SOUTH ON U.S. 441 .
DinnerThe
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YOUR BUICK DEALERPHONE Golden Circle Sunday 2 Woyon Meet Step T..... r e
School class of the First Baptist 1 Matching CetUufl Table.Cheiea =
RODEO 6-1271 OKEECHOBEEVacations church held a covered dish sup.
of Tw flrowstr.
> w
per at the home of Mr and Mrs
Jimmy Holley last Thursday
NEW .r night, Aug 17. .
Those attending were Hubert
SPECIAL / \J, -Ii OverAND Harden, Mr. and Mrs Jerry Gor- 10 PC. SOFA ENSEMBLE

nett, Mr and Mrs. William Mob
AUTOMOBILE I \ ley, Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Collins, Ndnr5 e.i..l Maehln, tedMl T'
\ \ / J ) Mr, and Mrs Tommy Gaughan, ra.xhl., r a.a Tebl.
IMBIIIIY POLICY .:::I"COSTS Mr. and r.Ms: Leon illlams, Mr.
WE'RE BACK
\ IN BUSINESSGet
YOU .J 7 I and Mrs Joe Butner, Mr and
Mrs Frank Finley, Mr, and Mrs.
LESSNow The Finest Charles Whltfield. Mr and Mrs.
Holley, Mr and Mrs, Everett
CakesCookiesBreadRolls Cone. Mr, and Mrs Brannon Williams auras rusnc 's .

Mrs. Franklin Creach, Mr
get all the protection you need-for I) and Mrs Bobby Raulerson and

tip to 30% less! Under this new policy, care. :: : :: : Mr. and Mrs Bobby Lamb.

ful drivers can make a worthwhile saving.
Fresh Daily Indians
And, you are still assured of our personal at Scalp

tention and service. We'll be on hand to dis Blue I SoxThe

cuss your insurance needs . offer help in Cakes For Special Occasions Indians added another

case of an accident and see that claims get MADE ON ORDERFRESH scalp, to their belt when they lift.
ed that of Goolsby's Blue Soxglrs'
prompt handling. Premium payments are
MILK-BUTTER-ETC. ] soft ball team Monday i
made on a semi-annual basis. Find out today night. They tomahawked the DELIVERS DOWN I

bow you can save money on high-quality stock Soolsby girls for 17 runs. The rtATFORMSW1VHL "
OkeechobeeBAKERY blues galloped across home plate
company insurance. Call or write us today -.
only 12 times. It was the second
for full details without obligation. win for the Indian maidens. in ROCKER
two starts. No. 4I9S
Games remaining are Wedne- Her k Your Living Room Coarpkt. ,;A a 'A
R. B. MESERVEAGENT day, Aug 23, White Sox vs. Red A Modern Liyingroom by day .and a Comfor. !,i .
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vs Red Sox; Wednesday, Aug, 30 Nylon Cover with Hoary gauge supported ' t lli ,
GENERAL INSURANCE OKEECHOBEE Phone RO 2.1161 FLORIDA ,a
trim Colors. ; '
Blue Sox vs. White Sox. Pl jie in Blending
. AND BONDS . COLORS:
Mr and Mrs. Hubert Hardenare Bock Brown Coral PULL OP CHAIt
spending a two-week vacation Mgc TnrqnoiM
with their daughter and
son-in-law, Mr and Mrs. James
Hammond in Summerville, Ga.

REBUILT fURNITURETHAT The queen triggerfish is one of 1 i EgsYQ9S

the few fish which goes to sleepat
night. 1S


LOOKS LIKE NEW ;

eN. mn GILBERT Horn Owned and Operated By Open Friday and Saturday Night Until 7:00

ft: 1.if ALFRED L. MEARES, JR. OPEN EVENINGS BY APPOINTMENT ''I

: THEATRE Plenty Of Fret Parking Space 30.60.90 Days Considered Cash ,
LARGE PLATFORM ROCKER $30.00 .
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SWJVEL ROCKER . . . . $33.00 If'}. .:t It"'Jtf!1 August LUCRETIA THE 25 and NIGHTS 26 BORGIAIn OF Truckload Sale of Floor Tile

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OCCASIONAL CHAIR (Bisque Tufted) . $38.00 l Belina Eastman LeeJacques Color VINYL ASPHALT
81/2c
Sernos FLOOR TILE Per Tile
COLONIAL LOVE SEAT AND ROCKER . . . . $35.00 i
PLUS
ALSO 25 COLORS TO CHOOSE FROM!
USED TOASTERS, IRONS, FANS, MIXERS, ETC. THE SILENT CALLIn

SEVERAL GOOD USED TV SETS, RADIOS & RECORD PLAYERSALL

AT BAPGAIN PRICESDON'T Gail Russell Cinemascope Armstrong Excelon Tile

David McLean
THROW AWAY YOUR OLD FURNITURE. WE CAN REBUILD IT Robert Mobley

"BETTER THAN NEW" AT A GREAT SAVINGS TO YOU. Sunday, Monday, Tuesday lOc Per 9x9 Tile & Up
August 27, 2S and ]f
SEAT COVERS FOR CARS MADE TO ORDER
THE LAST TIME I
CAR INTERIORS COMPLETELY RECOVERED SAW ARCHIE
PANAMERICANBUILDERS' I
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August 30 and 31 Phone HO 1.4424
1 BLOCK EAST OF LEGION HALL
THE STEEL CLAWIn 1/2 MILE SOUTH OF FARMERS MARKET
OKEECHOBEE PHONE RO 2.6361 FLORIDA (

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the immediate family and thata the ban gives complete protection sued by the director. Such
Know
Realize Act per. I and appreciation for the efficient
I I memorial service be held to an animal rated as one mils may be issued only for and kindly treatment of doctors

Classified AdsFor sometime after the actual funeral of Florida's top natural tourist piiTJOses of science education nurses, (in fact the whole staid,

By NELL D. KERR I you will gain by studying some Today many thoughtful pea attractions. or propagation of the hospital..Also for the many
ple resist the dictates of an outworn The Florida crocodile, which Is In cases shore
: of this material, then be sure an individual] prayers offered for me by the
From historical record we find "custom." The family and Included in the protective regulation animal is to be
to write your public officers in proven damag. ministers and
I family and friend
.
FOR SALE 401 horsepower the average life span of a democracy its clergymen must take the In.
Sale or Rent both Tallahassee and Washing. la now fairly rare and lag to personal property a per. and the kind wishes of visitors
1961 Ford Fatrlane tnl-power to be 200 years. According i ton each session telling them how itiative if they wish a service to 1 found only In the extreme southerly mit may be Issued to a particular with flowers and gifts

'I carb. 2200 miles, over-drive, to this our own democracy is : you feel on each Issue. be reverent without being gloomyand I tip of the state from Cape person to deal with a tingle The hospital staff will be
FOR RENT Furnished nice three speed nearing the end (1776 to 1976)). 1 a
stick 411 positive simple Instead of 1Ick.
6. First last and always re & Sable area through the keys, animal. The Commission, how. great asset to the new hospitaL
f clean, one or two room apart track rear end, heavy duty suspension Prophecy and present day events member the injunction on liber Tho nation's annual burial bill 1 lit was once common throughout ever, always reserves the rightto Sincerely Lenora Moore.

'"' ment. By week or month. Utilities fade resistant brakes, would eeern to confirm the record : ty given by St. Paul in his let. of nearly $2 billion exceeds by I South Florida, but was hunted kI.I trap and release the animal
furnished Road 78, Telephone 18 lad wheels. RO 61901. 8-18 But every phase of man's i far the for THANKS
ten to Galatians, 5.1, also 2nd money spent hospital-' to near extinction in the 1920'sand into a wilderness area Hides of CARD
j ROdeo 23165. 4-29tf EmploymentWOMAN progress on earth Including both Chronicles 7:14: 19, and 20. Izatlon and they represent the I 1030'i. animals so taken must be surrendered We wish to thank our friend
prophecy and current trends Is i largest items .
the average family Alligators are highly desirable to the Commission for who kind and
FOR RENT S-Bedroom waterfront subject to either fulfillment or vi. were so thoughtfulat /
home in Wilcox Shores WHO CAN DRIVE . elation of Itself in proportion as .It Costs Too ever Is called on to meet i in mush areas as one of nature.sbalancil'lg sole to high bidder, with the the tune of the death of our'
other
completely furnished $85.00 per If you would enjoy working S or i man himself changes. Conditions than the purchase of a car factors, Aldrich stated resulting\ revenue placed into the loved one. Your many kind deeds

month. Pick up key for inspection 4 hours a day calling regularlyeach ofl each era are largely In his Much To Die, or living a home does A high standard of i Large alligators maintain wat state game fund. were greatly appreciated and

at Charles M. Campbell's Office. month on a group of Studio hands to make and to mold as not necessarily call erholes by natural activity KillIng we will always be grateful
8-4U Girl Cosmetic clients on a routeto he chooses. Thus we of the United Writer Says for a high standard. of dying of one such 'gator in marsh CARD OF THANKSI :Mr and Mrs George Hicks

be established in and around States today have it withinour By RUSSELL KAYA country during time of drought wish to take this opportunity end Family
CHEVROLET Radio :
Heater
1958 ,
Okeechobee, and are willing to the waterhole to to
power to save or to lose may cause dry express my heartfelt thanks Wineson Lamport.
article
Good Tires $900. Call ROdeo revealing appeared Florida Gators
.
make
light deliveries etc writeto
: our democracy. Though the time up end wipe out the water supply
2-5832. 8-lW recently in the Saturday Evening I
STUDIO GIRL COSMETICS, left Is short, It is not too short. Post entitled "Can You Affordto Now Protected for a complete circle of,

FOR SALE CHIHUAHUA pup- Dept. AUW-9, Glendale, Call. We have gone and are going Die?" by Roul Tunley. inter-dependent wild animals ,

plea Call R. L. Mixon. ROdeo fornia.hour.Route will pay up to $5.00 through the nine steps usually It deals with the problem of By Stale LawThe and birds. 'j'i' it III{ 4

24751. 8-11,18.25 per 8-11,18,25 taken by ft democracy. Looking present day funeral costs and Classed as amphibious reptiles Eating out? t

SITUATION WANTED: Assistant back to the beginning of world points out that while living costs statewide closed season alligators are born from eggs You'll
democratic regimes, we fine protecting all alligators and crocodiles laid in huge nests of sticks and .
bookkeeper, typing, filing, 'etc., have advanced 246 percent fun.
FOR GOODNESS SAKE
favor thtflavor
of all sizes will into debris constructed the femaleon
FOR SALE general office work Call ROdeo these nine steps as follows: eral charges have soared 4Z4 go by
2-7214. 8.25 1. From bondage to spiritual effect at 12:01: a.m, Sept. 2, 1961 land in sheltered spots fairly of
3 BEDROOM HOUSE faith. percent. under action recently taken by near water, The newly hatched eat with ust!
A few
of
2. From faith to years ago a group the Game and Fresh Water Fish 'gators food for
spiritual courage serve as many; foodl
CBS every
FHA determined citizens in
LIVESTOCK FOR SALE Berkley, /
Commission, according to A. D. animals and birds which prey;
$750 Down California set out to do some.
3. From to liberty Aldrich, director. on the young reptiles.
TEN Angus heifers. Good price courage T.
$56 Mo. thing about the high cost of
per Write p, 0. Box 1587 or call RO 4. From liberty to abundance I dying. In 1953 a cooperative non Adopted as a controversial Beginning Sept. 2, no alligator
6-1661. 8-25, 9 1 From step number four, which measure to prevent over-harvest or crocodile may be bunted or
WRITE BOX profit organization known the
178 marks the height of freedom, as ing of the species and reduce illegal molested or kept in captivity except .
Call Bay Area Funeral Society I
or
there comes the decline as fol. was I traffic in alligator hides under special permit Is.
RO 2.1646 lows formed its purposce to achieve II. r
:
Oko chob.. dignity and simplicity in arrang. -- SPECIAL
p,1 8. From abundance to seUis
7-14U _r meats for after-death servicesfor Sat. & Sun.
seas
members and their.\ families. '1
you 6. From selfishness] to compla
CHICKENFried
FOR RENT Furnished cabins, cency. Clergymen, lawyers, doctors, REPAIRS t

electric kitchens. P. P. Evans "V 7. From complacency to apathy retired persons and many others Bar-B-Q I
Phone 2-396L S joined the movement until today
7-24U 8. From apathy to dependence, For Carry Out
usually on a centralized govern the organization serves 19,- Call RO 2.5161
FOR SALE OR LEASE
Three 000 members. Officers and committees
i M-ft. lots, Lake front, 9 miles ment. served without pay law.. 0 TYPEWRITERS Open Till 10 P.M. Mon thru Fri.
From back
9. dependence to
southeast of Okeechobee on U, S. FRIGIDAIRE I bondage. yers donated their services, vol. Open Till Midnight Sat. Sun.
441. See Reece Upthegrove or unteers conducted a member. 0 ADDING MACHINES
From this picture we can The
tall ROdeo 2-4893. 8-25, 9-15p SERVICE that is trace our own record up to and ship drive,

., FOR RENT: Store or office including step 8, marked all too Contracts were entered into 0 CASH REGISTERS il 1

space 517 South Park Street. strongly by the apathy and dependence with local morticians who were (III 1 Ilk

$50.00 month Inquire Carl Stello, e Fast, Mat, lowMilv of the masses. willing to cooperate by providing 0 ANY OFFICE EQUIPMENT ,. RESTAURANTPALMETTO .

u Evans Mercantile. 8-21,9-lp If we are a government "of the dignified simple funerals at U.S. 441 South DOT & RUSS McKEEHANA

people, for the people and by the a nominal price.. Prior to the
,I I FOR RENT: Furnished Apts. b> Prompt, COWI'tetw, people" certainly it will be large. advent of the society funeral .

*rk. or mo. Utilities turn. Waterfront .WKf ol smtot.Frigidatri ly up to the people to save our costs averaged $764, many ran _!f11

Boat dock. See owner Sat democratic principles upon whichour to $1,200 or higher.

or Sun. Brown house, Rd. 78, Vmi. > C Precftfoft government was founded and By elminating frills and extras
West Parts.S .
of Okeesim
Camp
which we are at this stage so and contracting as a group
mee. to 9.15) Advice i near to losing. The question the price for a funeral ranged BURGLAR'S
on adapting BUSINESS DAY
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FOR SALE Two Bedroom Frigldilri applliMis arises again and again, "whatare from $150 to $250. Membershipin BIG LAKEOfFICE (

frame house in good condition we, the people, to do? What the organization Is growing
Completely furnished, including to your)kitchen. can we do?" The average citizen rapidly despite the bitter opposition BEGINSWHEN

elr conditioner Price, $4300 Call Call on Hit folks who'd does not know what he can or of some morticians and
should do. The answer, then, : funeral directors .
RO 23189. 8-18U like to call on you! powerful as.soclation. SUPPLYJUST
would seem to be to gain more .

WANT TO TRADE knowledge of the true situation The success achieved by the ,,p 4
Have a nice 3 bedroom 2 bath GILBERT'SNOTICE 'I Such lack of knowledge is highly I West Coast organization and re

home in good neighborhood S. conducive to the apathy of the sultant publicity has inspired the

IE. Pompano Beach. Valued at people which is the strongest establishment of similar societies CALL RODEO 2-7291

121,500. Have $7,000 equity. Want possible weapon of our enemies in other communities.
acreage, equal value UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW To gain this knowltdge Is therefore Today they are operating in 9 e 3b

THE AVENUE REALTY NOTICE is hereby given that i extremely Important for 19 states the District of Columbia .

1545 Cypress Road the undersigned, pursuant to the every citizen everywhere for and Canada There are five b
Pompano Beach, na. "Fictitious Name Statute", House oitc the American people know, in California\ five in New York MENS LADIES
Bill 1175, Chapter 20953, Laws of .. ...
8-25. 91. 8 they will realm and realizing. State, three In Ohio, three in ,6 d
Florida, ,1M1, and. House Bill they will1 ect. 6
FOR SALE: 2-Bedroom frame 1102, Chapter 26760, 1951, amend. Question number two poses itself Pennsylvannia while other states
house and 8 lots. Will sell house ing 865,09(33)( ). will register with in the words "How to gain list one or two and more. in the SHOES

end 4 lots or house and 8 lots. the Clerk of the Circuit Court in this knowledge?" There are process of organizing.The

Oliver Stewart, RO and for Okeechobee County, Flor many steps any one who can society advocates that fun. YOUR BUSINESS DAY
2.2783823,91p erals be limited to'members of
ida, upon receipt of proof of the listen or read can take and ,

publication of this note, the fictitious which of course most people are ENDS
I FOR RENT Store or Office GOING OUT OF F
Space, down town. $50.00 month. name OKEECHOBEE, to-wit: taking. Yet withal, there is an appalling NOW YOU CAN ADD

Carl Stello, Evan's Grocery, SANITATION SERVICE lack of knowing every. IUEtu0 ELECTRIC
where. For a more thorough
8-18p-tf unaer wmcn we expect to engage of facts A4R CONDITIONING
grasping :
FOR
SALE
: Two bedroom house
in business in
Okeechobee county. BUSINESSALL
Read
1. more
to be moved. Call RO 6-1635 after your newspapers
That the parties interested in painstakingly for world events, OVI
8 p.m 8-25 said business enterprise are: especially state and national TO YOUR PRESENT FURNACE Use Our

FOR RENT: 2-Bedroom apartment Mrs. L E. Griggs and Clifford news, bills before Legislatureand
SHOES REDUCEDFOR
furnished, utilities furn Freeman. Congress as well as the happenings .
(sod, Clean Clyde Hancock, 1st Dated at Okeechobee, Okee in government.

house north of SAL railroad, westside chobee County, Florida, this the 2. Avail yourself of local library QUICK SALE

8-25p 25th day of August, 1961. books on state and na- Night Depository
BY: Clifford Freeman.
tonal government, communismand '" III
FOR SALE: Large ranch lots, Pub: Aug. 28, Sept. 1, 8, 15, 1961 other dictatorships, as compared .
100x300 ft. across street from The Okeechobee News with democracy, listen on PRICES CHILDREN'SSHOES

ZJie William's residence on Eagle your radios and TV's to such
Bay Drive Okeechobee's finest START AT
programs as Meet the Press,
onlY; 13 available $1295 up, 25 NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO Life Line, 20th Century Reformation INSTALLATION IS EASY : OKEECHOBEE

percent down Terms Phone HOt APPLY FOR GARBAGE and Christian Crusade COST IS LOW 00

2.7495, 8.25p AND WASTE FRANCHISE 3. Write United States Government 177 all 1 COUNTY BANK

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN Printing Office, Division . FRESH AH pair .
J}. BOATS AND MOTORS that Mrs L. E. Griggs and Cll- of Public Documents, Wash. _

(1"' li: FT. BOAT With Windshield ford Freeman, dba Okeechobee:' Ington 25, DC., for booklet list- CLEAN AIR eaoweaowssveswaanwesassCLIX mI: IIGI III. "Serving You And The Big Lake Area"

Sanitation Service, a partnership,I ling all Senators and Representatives .
\ end Hurricane Tilt QUIETAIR
Steering have filed with the Board of also books on such subjects

.t Trailer, 35 HP Motor, Starter, County Commissioners of Okeechobee -I as "Khruschev's Crimes", AJR OF MODERN Member Federal Deposit Insurance CorporationCentral
Generator, Remote Controls. SHOESNEXT
county, Florida, their Communism, and selated sub LIVING-
W9500. SPORTSMAN CEN
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petition for an exclusive garbageand jects.
TER, Fort Pierce, Fla. 8-18 CENTRAL ELECTRIC
National Defense Com
c I waste disposal franchise for 4. Write
all that part of Okeechobee county mittee, DAR 1776 D St. NW, AND GAS CO. TO A&P

Merchandise lying outside the corporate Washington 6, D. C., for lists of Phone 2.5561 THE CHANGING SCENE

limits of the City of Okeechobee their books such as "Attorney

t LETS TRADE MOWERS and Intend to present said application General's List of Subversive Organizations .

JUS'I CALL ROdeo 2-4231 today at a regular meeting of Communism In the

t' 10, FREE demonstration on the Board of County Commissioners Movie Industry, Kremlin's Espionage OIEECHOBEDRIVEIN

I four lawn We'll trade on the of Okeechobee County, and Terror Organizations
h
q Dot sizes and prices to fit your on the 12th day of September, i The Communist Party of OKEECHOBEELiyESTOCK

needs GILBERT'S 1961 the USA. Handbook for Americans THEATREFriday

OKEECHOBEE Documented Proof of Plot
DAVE'S TRADING CENTER SANITATION SERVICEBy to Socialize America, Study
Radio and TV Repair CLIFFORD FREEMAN Course Communism
: on etc., etc.
i Kenmore Sew Machine ..$37.00 and Saturday
A Partner. The list is long. Write for it. A
i Jlaytag Washer ...,. ....$65,00Cedar August 25th and 261i
Publish August 25, 1961 postal card will do
... ,........
Chest $2500
.
The Okeecohbee News 5 Armed with the knowledge A LAWLESS STREET Auction MarketYOUR viy la I t
Zenith TV 17" ...........$40.00 rSOYEARSAGGCARELESSouTDc00.4N+ yK
fat>y Bed ...... .$1800 With Randolph Scott

1 I ALSO

r 1 Business Service THE STRANGERS OF
II / BOMBAY HIGHEST PRICESCOME
SEPTIC I I SReally
i tANKS ana GREASE Guy Rol/e y y
I. ?RAPS CLEANED and Repaired LJK. Jan Holden FROMCOMPETITIVE ONERAnONCrla48EMt1EDINirsA y .

Phnnl' OkeechobM RO 24724 01
Means . .
I : 02-1391. tlI
,
FOR REPAIRS on Frigldaire and Denmark's Shoes! -11- BIDDINGAT

Maytag Appliances call GIL
YOUR LOCAL
BERT'S. tf Sunday and Monday
RO 2-4231
I Where Correct Fit It Guaranteed!
August 27th and 28th
6h PING Free EsUf" I LIVESTOCK AUCTIP" !

'v rate Call, write or visit our See Our NewNylon ONCE MORE WITHFEELING

Jursery, RUBY RED NURSERY
1.1 1}tOIl Ave. "D", Fort Pierce, Flor- Velvet Yul Brynner MARKETLast ;

; h Phone HO 12925. 8-18,9-8 498 Kay Kendall


AUTOMOTIVE Loafers year nearly 60% of Florida Cattle I
"' :1- ,. l m1
?OR SALE: 'fwo GMC Tractors Straps U Sold at Auction

IIJ.io, 1951; Two Pontiacs 1952 Oxfords r
rr Priced to sell. Call ROdeo s TiMiday, Wednesday Thursday AUCTIONS EVERY TUESDAY TOOAX IT{ AF1 AND IMY To 0.r
'
t.. 1 tp GORGO -10 Of TRASH AND OABIMS THf
Denmark's PETE CLEMONS, MGR. PHONE RO 2.5521 NoNa WITH IMA* Bi ro im ru rOPf
SALE: '1K6 Casa Mananall55e Bootcry Bill Travers RATI WITHOUT aNOK10a000R.

Trlaler, TOfeet) long, In 1002 S. 4th St. HO 17664 William Sylvester OKEECHOBEE, FLORIDA

; ,I e*! llent condition. Call ROdeo i Electric & Gas Co.

't'', ) 212:>>. 8-25, t, 1, 1 I Phone 2-5541 OKEECHOBEBOkechob.

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Pg 10 OkMchobt News, Friday,August 25, 1961 .,

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CAN BUY. YOUR BEEF BlINOFOLE/





AT EDDIE'S SUPER MARKET



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H U ( K S TEA 1 < LB.45C

q ( irjRYERS <' 23C

A}, WHOLE LB.
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PORK CHOPS '>;','" LB.39c

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FRESH GROUND

V to HAMBURGER 3' Lb. Pkg. $1.19
It ii wonderful to have complete $elf-confi-
dente when buying meats,and to know you COPELANDS SLICED
'
are right every, limel Our store has made fl J fl ORGCHUN ) $1 00 g
It possible for you to eliminate all doubt and 3! Lb. Pkg. I I
uncertainty in buying beef. Every package PUR

.. of SwhVs In our your naturally Premium selections I aged Insert delicious inside to beef guide has you the fKuLEAr.J A G I;: P A j J J J f S V LB. i,.7C



FOLGERS WITH $5.00 OR MORE PURCHASE
BORDENS SILVER COWMILK
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COFFEE ALL GRINDS49c TALL
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STRAINED BEECHNUT OR HEINZ BACKTOWITH KRONA BLADESRazor BRECK
BUY YOUR ALWAYS
BABY FOOD 10 FOR 99C SCHOOL ITEMS AT Schick ShampooRtg.
A FULL
EDDIES AND SAVE Reg. $1.00 Rtg.90c Valu

Tomato Soup CAN lOc Only 79C LIKE or Only 49C
Take Advantage of
FOOD KING Quality and Prices. DD
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C r. Style I CORN 303 Can 2 for 33C Also Get Trading .D'RECfll .1.1.l.l U TIIT''S
Stamps At Eddies
PILLSBURY Hrs. Daily &
VEGETABLES
7i5
FLOUR 5 45C Days Weekly
Plain or Self Rising Lb.Bag
BIRDSEYE OR SWIFT PREMIUM FACIAL TISSUE 400 Ct. Box
SELECT EXTRA #1 RED BLISS FRESH LARGE CRISPLETTUCE
POT PIES Frozen 3 FOR 59c Kleenex 23c QUALITY LARGEPotatoes ,I

SWIFT PREMIUM FROZEN BEEF TURKEY CHICKEN
1.
MEAT DINNERS EACH 39c Fig SUNSHINE Bars 1lbPkq.33c 3 (lb, 25c 5 lb. bag 29C 2 for 29c 1

SUNAID ORANGE GRAPE PUNCH
;
FRESH CUT RED SWEET CAL. CRISP
FRUIT DRINK 29c FOOD KING
46 Oz. Bottle
C OleoSEALTEST 29c OFkCYGRAPES PKG.CARROTS IS
2 Ibs.
Kraft f Miracle I Whip Q,. 49c
SHURFINE TOP QUALITY LOLLIPOP Sunshine IB. 29c LB. 19c 2 for 19c 1

P.. NUT BUTTER 2 lb. jar 59c 8 Oz. Pkg. 29C

ICE I ALL CREAM FLAVORS 3 Pints 55c PRICES GOOD ADVERTISED THROUGH E D D I E S


SPRY SHORTENING 3 79c SATURDAY
,Ib.can AUGUST 26th

MISS MARGIE- 14 OZ. 2 FOR 29e .s M
BREAD WHITE King Size 23c QUANTITY RESERVED RIGHTS I Up e Iii k t.it..\.


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