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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: September 22, 1961
Publication Date: -1992
Frequency: triweekly[<1989>-1992]
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Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 82, no. 91 (Sept. 13, 1992).
General Note: "The voice of the Everglades."
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 6, no. 24 (Jan. 8, 1926).
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MOORE Volume 51-Number 11 OkttchobM, Florida, Friday, Sept 22, 1961 lOe Par Copy Telephones ROdeo 2-3221 and 24141BoatACacle
Publisher of The Okeechobee
News was compllmeited this e1.

week by C A. (Buddy) Belk for

a byline story which criticizedthe Halloween Code For Brahmans
resurface Job on road 70 Building CountyWill
fl"OOthe Okeechobee county line Again ShunsOkeecllobee CarnivalAny

east The publisher said in effect

that the road level should have parent Interested in assist t1 Sw j, Be Settled Sept. 26The Down
been raised, the road straightened The twelfth annual Klssimm Ing in any way with the annual y 1 MM'eoll
and the curves banked. Belk river Boat.a-Cade will be held Halloween carnival is asked to
laid he has been working for ha year Oct. 22 to 29, aocor attend the meeting of the PTA. k Okeechobee Building Contractors contractors who have posed a8
years to have these things done log: to leaflets distributed by the being held tonight (Thursday) at a Association met with the employees in the past will buy JupiterThe

lie produced a copy of a letter BcaU-cade commtttee. The the school auditorium This lethe > Board of County Commissioners permits or not work. For the

he had written to Gov. Leroy cruise this year 18 i get up to I be first meeting of the school end Oily Council Friday night owner's protection, work will be Okeechobee BraJunant

Collins! dated Dec. 6, 1954, In the longest la 1U 12-year history, year. Mrs. George Burroughs and in an effort to adopt a building inspected before is Is covered, showed unexpected
which he sold "this road has not originating In Kissimmee, going Mrs. Charles Harvey are cochairmen code for Okeechobee. he said. power, when
downed .
they last und
had anything but patch work in down the river to Lake Okee. of the Halloween event. The meeting was held In the Scott asked that the county and feated Jupiter Warriors year's
23 years" lIe urged Collins to chobee, across the lake to Clew. commission room at the courthouse city adopt the code, subject to I by a
score of n to 0 in their first
use his influence "to have the Iston, then to Stuart and on to about 20 builders, the amendment, Friday night John :
road rebuilt and a lot of danger. West Palm Beach. "Miss Flame" county commission and one Pearce, chairman of the county game of the season. Coach Ray
; Morris head coach of the !inexperienced
ors curves taken out of it" The Boat's caders will spend j"i c. .Jt : member if the city council at. board, said he'd rather study j it -
Brahmans
the first night at 4-E camp, the Contestants i5. ii 1 f'<" p: first made
.
i H. Parkerson
> : ::: tending. C. was the .
And while on the subject of wood at Clewislon the third at 1 'Ii< ,I '" } ., .t.. .f ... ... ,'" lone representative for the city Marvin Arrants, :Florida Power what will probably be the under
roads, John F. Pearce, chairman West Palm Beach They will Nears 50Okeechobee L. '" and Light spoke up. "That'sJust statement of the year, after the
; A plaque the Seminole Wars A. A. Scott, association chairman when
of the board of county commissioners start the return: cruise Saturdays commemorating the what these guys don't want game, be said, 1 didn't
1 high school lovelIes Battle of Lake Okeechobee and the initiation of took the floor to explain think we could do it so easy"
said the county voted morning, hoping to be back i In you to do. They are afraid )'OII'Umess
its last Kissimmee Sunday night October entered In the "Miss Flame' flood control erected the book length code, stress it work Curt Osceola ran 65 yards on
I 2 build
to at meeting to -. was recently at the main up so no one can
contest for Fire Prevention Week the need for It, and to answer a reverse to score a touchdownon
29. with it. This Is deal
e road m the north end of the entrance of the Okeochobee County Court House a backward
neared the 50 mark today the questions. An association com the ftrst play from scrimmage
county: The road, Pearce says, No mention of Okeechobee J. as anyway. The people of this com
riremens entered the The plaque was donated to the county by the State mites has been working on 1 it Charles
cannot legally be cnstntoted. It mad in the folder, nor has the Auxiliary munlty should be here demandIng Fulford scored the
serves only tens lan k weer aId Chamber of Commerce, Junior 1 final week of registration. Dead. Board of Parks and Historic Monuments. It is for several weeks, using as a a code rather than the buil<]- other two Brahman touchdowns

there k cot a residence on the Chamber of Commerce or the line for entries is mkWght Set. quite attractive, green background with raised gold base codes from Palm Beach, era. It doesn't unto KM oorirwt- in the econd quarter. The first

proposed highway. Although! the newspaper been notified of aay today Sept. 84. All entry fees colored letters and crowned with the Great Seal of Martin and St. Ionia counties> or angr money and is for the protection eeme on a J ..yard keeper play
county has been offered the right. of die Boat-a of-way free, the county still cannot Okeechobee was also left out of Any dairy, ranch, farm, sere Florida in full color, and placed on an aluminum applicable to Okeechobee Coun He went ahead to explain thata ond 'was 26-yard keeper after

legally build the road. Pearce! last year's program and when vice station or other business painted steel post about 4 ft. high. Included in the I ty. Some provisions pertaining to code was for maximum tire Okeechobee bad driven from its
the C. of that has not been contacted and is the formation sea walls, elevators, basements, 45 following punt.
tald. He offered as proof an opinion C. protested assurance inscription date of the county, a protection, proper construction, a
handed down by Attorney was given that this year the wishes to sponsor a girl should mention of area farming and the 1928 hurricane. etc., were not presently necessary and protection of property; value i Ronald Coker suffered a cut
General Richard Ervin in 1949 city would be Included on the call Pearl Godwin at RO 27551, Another older were left in he said. He "They are not trying to shove eye and didn't see much play
It is decision No. 181 and reads: route. or Bea Briney at ROdeo 24531. plaque is affixed to the corridor wall stressed the need of county wide anything down your throats," he after the first period.

"The primary purpose of build. The Boat
lag: roads and bridges is to serve Idea by Ammon McClellan, for the school auditorium on Satur the Flood Control Committee of Florida, fore need not be placed on In here they are the ones the for the Warriors, picking up 49
'l! of The cay) Oct 14 at 8 o'clock p. m. farm out buildings, but homes, will need. yards on six carries Tackle
the general. public i rather than a mer owner Okeechobee runner of tin: South and Central Florida Flood Con people They are try
particular individual or a par. News, to promote boating h the The entry fee is five dollars trol District, on Oct. 6 1947. should follow the codes for the ing to make it a little easier. on Wherrell was a terror on defense
ticular part of a community". In area and to open the Kissimmee and the girl must be a student in. owners protection. It is the best the home owner, and them. for Okeechobee.
the 3.2 vote Pearce and Charles river to sportsmen, few of whom the high school t freshman, sophomore and cheapest insurance a home selves." Jupiter's only scoring threat

Harvey opposed the new road. J. knew much of the opportunities junior or senior), Even owner can get, he said. Pearce suggested the board was halted on the two With

R. Robinson, H. H Raulerson offered by the river for fisher- lag dresses will be worn forthe Equalization Second CD It Is Impossible to cover the look the code over Saturday and two downs to score, a fiveyardloss

and L E. Herbert voted for it. men, boaters and hunters. i contest and judging will be IsPostponed code in detail in a short period decide ont. County AttorneyBill and an Incomplete pass In
The first Boat.a
Finished reading Okeechobee's of 12 boats: and three days were sonality. There will be no talent The second in a series of class. outline. Contractors are required three inch volume. Pearce then out for Okeechobee.

con'roversial' book over the spent on the Okeechobee.Kissinv! how for the contestants es on Civil Defense was held to procure license after decided to look it over betweennow :Morris was asked what he

week end Allegedly written bya mee trip It was a leisurely The equalization meeting for Tuesday evening at the Method.1st showing proof of qualificatIons. and the next board meetIng thought of the Brahman's
cruise with most of the boats church September 2. Adoption of chances for the season. 'We did-
former Okeechobee resident, the purpose of reviewing and annex. Bobbie Lamb is Out of town builders should pay
Any Man's Girl Is a filthy thing carrying! no more than 10-horae QuarterbackClub equalizing: the city tax roll has Instructor and the class this week a higher fee than local build. the code will be decided then.I I n't have much defensive action

The writer, while he has considerable motors. Sees been postponed for one week. featured two films showing the ers. Ml must carry public liability Saturday night Our tughest
ability, apparently is trying Nowadays more than Boo boats The meeting was scheduled for dangers of radio active fall out. and hospitilazation insur- games are ahead. We are not:

to cash In on a growing roar down the waterway, most of tome Films Sept. 26 but will now be held on There were 87 persons presentat ante. PTAMembershipDrive looking beyond Ctewfeton. I

market for obscenity. His obscene them powered by motors no Thursday, Oct. 3 at 7 p m, according the meeUng. Inspection of all phases of think they will use a lot of pass
smaller than 40-horse and a majority Next week's class held UnderwayThe work and sharpening
descriptions are coarse, The Quarterback dub members to an announcement by will be building Is required by a qualifl- we are
but the vein of the story, a mystery of the boats carrying at met at the courthouse Mon. Claude Gardner, chairman of theCity at 7;SO on Monday evening at the ed inspector, and must follow our defense on that Our own
is pretty good, with a nov east two of these big motors. It day night to view films of the Council. annex. This class will be a dis- the code. Work will be stopped annual membership drive pleted 4 out of 7. I think well
el surprise ending. His refer'cotees baa become quit a MO-tnUt boat Okeechobee-Jupiter game L'1d'to i'..sssoji of shelters, and Lamb construction not follow. for the PTA got underway last have a good season."
race and the simplicity\ ol : will on any week. Solicitations were to be
to the Otomchdbce county camp explain how a shelter can
comment on serious PASO?.. Coach
life has been lost in the mad be log the oode, until correction made at the PTA meeting on
jail and courthouse are not flattering Ray Morris ran the film, ex- Services Held knprovijed from materials at
made. An examination boards
and his knowledge of rush to be first at the finish hand. are Thursday (tonight) and every New Women'sSofthallTeam
merits and mistakes
platting ,
to be set up requiring con-
line. For Mrs. effort will be made to reach the
judges In small communities
county naming players involved in the WhitneyFuneral tractors, especially outsiders, I.
goal of 300 members, drive cimmittee
Is small. The book is no -
and their Immediate
plays discussing .
before
to pass a test granted a
BillMcCallls
worse than several paper back John II. Duff and potential abilities services were held I license. This is of special In chairmen said '
novels we have read and because He said several new players Tuesday' in Miami for Mrs. Alice : terest to home owners since y'i Mrs. Alfred Mears and Mrs I' Being FormedA

of its local setting is sell New Employee showed remarkable ability and Ruth Whitney, age 84 Mrs. Whit. Rotary SpeakerBill wiT eliminate faulty and costly Haynes E. WiUiams, xhalnnen new women's Softball! team,
ing well here. One store reported predicted an exceptionally strong ney was the mother of Sherwood "one shot" of the membership committee which is managed by Joe Jones
construction by a
about 300 sold. At SchoolJohn Whitney of this city. McCall, Okeechobee county announced that all parents paying
copies Boys team in coming years. I contractor. Not only the general of the Okeechobee Cleaners, met
A number of times the film Survivors include a daughter, soil conservationist was speaker contractor but sub contractorswill their one dollar membership with defeat in the very first game
H. Duff, of Naples, who was reversed to allow some Mrs. Dorothy Bailey, of Jackson. at the Tuesday luncheon meetingof fee will be given credit in each by a superior Arcadia team, Sunday
Scott
I IpJay be required a permit,
Army Seeking for the past five years was the member of the club to review a ille and four sons-Theodore the Rotary Club. McCall, cit. of their children's rooms. They afternoon by a score of 17
business manager of the Naples and express approval or dis- Whitney and Morton Whitney, Ing the need for concerning natural said.When explained that the three rooms to 10 In favor of Arcadia.
Former Enlisted Community hospital Joined the approval. both of Miami, Loren Whitney, resources, said population asked about additionalcost with the highest percentage ol The team which has recently

staff of the Florida School for Morris discussed teams the who resides in Texas, and Sher- /growth was rapidly cutting down to the owner by followingthe parent PTA members will be been organized consists of Mrs.
Service Men wood Whihey. available acreage and using more code, Scott said it would be awarded cash prizes, the
Boys on Sept 1, as chief accountant Brahmans are scheduled to meet money Jeanette Hare and Mrs Grace
in the accounts and this season and said that sever- :Burial was in Tampa. I and more water. He said per i very little: less than $100 on a to b. used for classroom pro : Evans sharing the pitching hone
Robert Parker, Army recruiter capita land and water would be $10,000 home. An important '
supplies department.Duff al of them were far more power. jects. ors and Evelyn Lowe holding
at Fort Pierce, says former a graduate of the Umver. ful than the Jupiter Warriors Attends cut in half during the next 40 part of the code Is the proper use down the catchers spot.
enlisted members of the Regular Mercury years if the population continuesto of materials he said.
,
sity of Florida, is married and Emphasis in practice is on the necessary Others on the team are Mrs.
Army who have been out of the the Duffs have four children. coming Clewist game and how Show in SarasotaRoger increase at the present rate. Would a person building his Hart Produces: Joan Ramer, Betty Robinson,

Army for over 90 dayi are being They will make their home InOkeechobe. to combat their expected. aerial The speaker was introduced by own home be required to buy Betty Mae Matthews Rowena
sought under a special program .. attack, he 'said. The Clewiston Jones, owner of the Leonard Berger, program chair a license: he was asked. "No, but( Winner InNational Parkerson Katie Lamb, Joe
announced this week by the department game has been for a number of Okeechobee Resort, and his service man. he must follow the building and Jones, Florence Rhymes' and

of the army. years a grudge game, with the man, Bob Lancaster, attended Inspection! code requirements," EventUnder Miss Edith: May.
As an aid to the current military Ragsdale Named a meeting for Mercury outboard VISITS IN ATLANTA
Clewiston squad usually coming be said direction of Charles T. There wdU be a return game
buildup, the new program Okeechobee has high motor dealers in Sarasota Mrs. C. E. Prescott of Fort with Arcadia here Satur
out on top. The license and inspection Is Hart, Jr, serving his second played
offers former soldiers who hold School Counselor Thursday, 14. New features Lauderdale and Mri.
Sept. mother
hopes of turning the tables on of Scott said. year as national parade chair. day night at 8 o'clock at the local
importance
great ,
certain Military Occupational : them this year even though therahmaTs of the Mercury motor were discussed Evelyn Brett and sister, Mrs. G. Building will be issued man for the department of FlorIda ballfield! and the following
permits
Specialities (MOS the opportunity V. Denny Ragsdale of Okee I are more or less In. and the Mercury line, A. Proctor left Saturday morning actual cost of construction the state section won first game will be played with Frost.
to reenlist In the grade held chobee is one of 18 upperclassmen experienced. The game Friday seven motors from the Mark 60, : for Atlanta to spend a week on will place in the national American proof
and builders not be
at the time of their last separation who have been appointed night will be the Brahmans first 6 h.p. to the new Mark 1000, the with Mrs. Prescctt'i daughter, to underestimate permitted Sub- Legion parade held last week Joe Jones asks any gal who

from active duty. They must dormitory counselors this year at( home iame.Health. powerful 100 hp, were on dis- Mrs. Richard Little and family. la: Denver and the state of Florida would be available and would
have been out of the Army between Florida Southern College, Lakeland play. While there, they expect to be float won the first place like to take a spot on this l leagueto
90 days aid 24 months, Jones said that he expects to Joined by Mrs. Prescott's son, prize of $750. contact him.Dairynlen.
otherwise qualified for enlistment A junior, he is the son of Rev Board have the new motors by next Milton, of the U S. Coast Gurad Farm BureauTo There were approtmately: 20,-

not members of a reservecomponent V J. Ragsdale of Okeechobee, week for display and sale at the who will be starting a 30-day Conduct 000 participants in the parade To
and meet the approval The counselors will come to the Has Two Mobile Okeechobee Resort. He also will leave and will return to Florida and 76 floats, representing every

of the Department of the campus a week early to assist in have some new boats. with his mother. Talent Find State in the Union. The national Meet ThursdayAt
Army. theorientaHon of new students Disaster UnitsThe
American Legion parade is the
Those men who have been out prior to the formal opening Sept. New Pastor At Advent Church. InnA
Sierra
e. Okeechobee County will largest parade in the world and:
participate
of the Army between 24 and 36 25 of Florida Southern's 77th accdemic State Board of Health has in the annual Farm was viewed by approximately
months may reenlist one: grade year. two mobile disaster units readyto "Dairy Winter Forage For
250,000 persons, as well being
Bureau "Talent Find" contests as
below that which they held at the be moved quickly to any portion televised by the three major um" with program of great Interest .
time of their last discharge from NEW PIER OPENSIN of the state for flood, hurricane according. to announcement by networks in the west. to all dairymen is plan
the Army if they meet the same FORT PIERCEThe or other emergency. June Stebner, chairman of the The ned for Thursday, Sept. 28 at the
Florida float was built to
The :
event. program will be heldon
Sierra Inn Okeechobee, accord-
requirements The units large vans nor. ,
are
new Pier 66 Marina will resemble a fresh water fish and
Thursday Oct. t
.
Local Recruiters have tag to a statement by Cliff
Army mally touring the state giving
have Open House September 23 The 'Talent Find" contest Is was manned by four movie starlets .
t
teen with complete de- Boyles, agricultural agent.
provided free x-rays under sponsorship of
the from Warner
and 24, to dedicate opening. Brothers Studio
tails of the and an entertainment featuring acts The meeting! will open at I
new program Marine Facilities to the the Board's Division of Tubercu- in
of the Hollywood.
by youths from 13 to 21 includes .
lists of those Military Occupational Boating Public. losis Control. The xray equip. and The State of Florida Champion a. m. The morning session will
Specialties which are urgently such classifications as feature three speaker from the
meat can be speedily removedand
Have ever stopped to think Drum and Bugle Corps placed
needed to increase the you the disaster equipment installed selections, folk and square dancing University of Florida-J. R. Hen
how Important our friends are? third in the national competIt.Ioo.County .
Army'i strength and skits. Members are limited derson, D. W. Jones and Dr. S.
They are everything! That Is whywe
Men who have been separatedfrom Or. C M. Sharp, assistant! to five minutes. The contestis P. Marshall They will deal with
the staff at Pier 66,
person
the Army for more than 90 ally Invite to come In during health! officer, said the equipment I limited to young people from Will problems of production and utill
days are urged to contact their you Includes a membrane filter Farm Bureau families only nation of winter forage and pas
our Open House and get acquainted 8 N Not Build
local Army Recruiters today. He which can test purity of water u r Purpose of the progarm/ is ture.A.
determine those who to encourage people to panel composed of the three
will rapidly We will do our best to make in 18 hours whereas the nor. young Cattle Gates
are qualified for reenlistment under visit as convenient and enjoyable mal laboratory method takes aslong actively participate In the Farm speakers and representatives of
the provisions of this special your possible as 96. Also Included are Bureau; to encourage County County Commissioner L. E. five fertilizer companies servingthe

program. During as the period of our Open complete facilities for mass im Farm Bureaus to make better use Herbert was perturbed aboutan area will deal with question!

House free boat rides In. demon. munization against epidemics.The of local talent; to encourage: the error In the commission story on fertilization in the afternoon.

Gardner Ends itratori will be /given and a long personnel proposed for young people to participate In kist week. The story stated that All dairymen in the area are

list of valuable door prizes, first each unit would be one physician/ wholesome entertainment; to !' the road commissioner was in urged to attend this Important..

Boot TrainingGary prize being a Johnson motor. a public health nurse, a sanitaii help increase attendance at the structed to build a cattle gaurd meeting.
an, a regional sanitary engineer,, county and state annual meeting on a county road.
R. Gardner, son of Mr 8:1 x-ray technician for police and to add color, Interest "The Commissioner was instructed MRS CRAWFORDDIES
id Mrs William Gardner of ANTELOPE HUNTERS RETURN radio network and I laboratoryman and enthusiasm to these meetIngs to SUPERVISE the IN OHIOMr.

ainlng Sept. 2 at the Naval Mr and Mrs Frank Thompson to operate the membrane ; and to participate In the I construction. The cattlemen furnished . and Mrs Donald L.
'ainin( Center, Great Lakes, HI end son Donald visited with Mr. I water filter. - Farm Bureau Programs of the I the material and labor Crawford left Wednesday for

Military ceremonies marked and Mrs. Quillie. Hazellief and The Board has three automobiles county and at the Florida Farm and built it to the counties specifications Findlay, Ohio, where they were
i end of nine weeks of "boot son Joe Saturday, The Thomp- equipped with two-way radio Rev. Donald Eugene Wilkinsonof Rev 'Wilkinson Is a graduate Bureau Convention. ," Herbert saId. "If the called by the death of Donald's

np" and included a full dress son's were enroute home to Hialeah on the same frequency asthe Orlando is the new pastor of of Southern Missionary College. Winner of the Okeechobee contest word that the county Is building mother, Mrs. L. J. Crawford

ade before high ranking! offi- from Colorado and Wyoming highway patrol for use in the Okeechobee and Belle Glade lie has served with the Seventh will be entered In the state cattle guards gets around, every Mineral services are to be held

i and civilian dignitaries.i where they had spent the past such an emergency Seventh Day Adventist churches.He Day Adventist church in Jackson. contest. Prizes for the county rancher in the county will want at Findlay on Monday

nine weeks of Instruction, few weeks on a hunting trip. Mr. Request for the equipment replaces Rev. George/ Petty, villa and In Orlando. He Is also contest has not yet been decided them. Among the survivor are the

"raw recruit" Is developed and Mrs. Thompson and Donald comes from county health de- has been transferred to Orlando an elementary school teacher. on but the state winner will (Moral: If you want a cattle two sonsjloward E. Crawford of

I a Navy Bluejacket, ready each brought home an antelope rtments, civil defense or other here he will be associated with Rev. Wilkinson and his family calve $100 for first; $75 for guard "build It yourself' but Jacksonville and Donald of Okeechobee.
duty with the fleet from Ul% trip. authorized officials: the Orlando Adventist church: wilt reside in Belle Glade. second and $60 for third do It right) I II .

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2 OkMdiobee News, Friday, Sept 22, 1961 New Sugar Mill To Employe 1000 EPISCOPAL FIRST CHURCHWOMENHOLD FALL MEETINGThe Training At City CourtA


The Okeechobee NewsEntered '''t''' .. ....... ., . w W w may, Episcopal Churchwomen ot Fort Riley total of $135 In fines aid forfeited -
r-'f ( ... ' the first fall meeting in the Pvt. Harry P. Campbell and city court this week. One man,
as Second Class Matter July 1. 1911, at the Post Office In
Okeechobee. Florida Under Act ot March 8, 18711 parish house Sept. 13 at 8 pm. Pvt. Riley E Tomlinson are receiving Earl Long, was sentenced to
The meeting was called to order advanced Individual serve five days In Jail on a
Subscription Price tin advance per year $3.00 .. ...... by the president, Mrs Hiram training with the 1st Infantry Division drunk charge.
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Two Years. $3 00.: Six Months. K 00 Shorter periods not accepted. .- .
...:..J ... H. Raulerson, and the opening at Fort Riley, Kansas. The Two others, charged with be.
LAMONTE H MOORE Publisher ., prayers were led by Mrs. C. L. training Is scheduled to end Oct ing drunk, forfeited their bonds
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EMMALENE B. MOORE. Advertising Manager! "" Darnels worship chairman for 13, 1961. of $25 each. They were Ronnie:

PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY AT OKEECHOBEE. FLORIDA the group Mrs. Raulerson an. The men are being trained for Eubanks and Sinclair Robinson.
nounced plans for the Thrift Shop proficiency In Infantry unit combat Murray Ful/ord forfeited a $25
which will be open on Saturdays. tactics and in the handling of bond. He was charged with reckless .
The Local SceneBy The time and place for the shop light and heavy weapons. driving.

will be announced at a later date, Noted for Its combat record In Shirley Drawdy, was fined $23

DONALD MACK, Mayor !Warn for you-you mutt help ,A program committee was formed both World Wars, the "Big Red and given a 30 day sentence,
In 1961 we are living true to yourself to plan programs of a spiritual One" division was recently deslg!, which was suspended.
form as are most small cities of __ nature for the coming year.It sated at Strategic Army Force Harvey Walker, disorderly conduct .
our size. People In general are The Street sign project which : was planned at the Initial i unit as part of the Army aug was ordered to pay a fins
confronted with a duplication of would benefit all in our community meeting to hold regular meetingsthe mentation program. The divisionIs of $35 and received a jail sentence
problems here as afar. In speak. Is again at a standstill.I'm second Wednesday of each now being armed equippedand of 30 days, also suspended
lug ot people we are very apt sure that It again will be on M month at 8 o'clock at the Episcopal trained to be combat ready
to call a person selfish because the move as soon as details are parish house.A for deployment in the event of
he or she won't do what we want Ironed out. I personally would guest was welcomed to the limited or general warfare anywhere County CourtIsaac
and risk She was Mrs. Myra Kent, in the world
them to do. With reference to rather do something group. J. Martinez and Paul E.
problems we have none that the making a mistake, as to Just do Mrs Robert Bell's mother. Mrs Tomlinson entered the ArmyIn
be ot
both said to guilty
larger cities around us have lot nothing. Kent 1 Is from Millen, Georgia. June of this year. He Is a 1961 Valley, forfeited their
been confronted with and been L2 'T r Following the business meeting graduate of Okeechobee high unlawful speed,
successful In overcoming. True refreshments were served by the school. His mother Mrs. Margaret bonds of $35 each. reckless

In each locality circumstancesare To Hold Quarter hostesses Katy Padgett and Hooper, lives In Mango. His Jimmie forfeited E. Green$35 bond.
', different but the answer Is 1\ Marie Jeffers to Mesdames MaryE father Is Riley Tomlinson of driving a
generally the came Horse Races ..-.-. Thompson.. George Cave Robert Okeechobee. Another $35 bond was forfeited
I L. Fife charged with
Today la the present world Some of Florida1 fastest hors. Bell, Joy Raulerson, Olga Campbell's wile, Ann and his by John drunk ,

crisis, we locally are affected es will race at Kissimmee Oct. Ground BreakingFor George Wedge*orth of Belle growers and packing house organizations Cope, Sue Arrhenius, Virgil Brit- mother, Mrs. Dorothy W. Campbell being William E. Robbins, driving
about much in proportion Glade who ton, Robert Willis, C, L. Daniels live Route 1, Okeechobee.
as as 14 when the community stages Its is president of the in the Glades area. on while under the Influence of intoxicants -
the rest of the nation. Our community first Florida Quarter Horse Day Sugar :Mill cooperation. I Robert D. Apelgren of Pahokee H. H. Raulerson, Dorothy Mc. He is a 1958 graduate of was fined $250 and his
is becoming conscious of With most of the Florida Sugar Cane Growers Cooperative is vice president of the huge Cain and N. E. Willis. Okeechobee high school. drivers license was suspended
1
the situation at hand. Nearly everyone Set For Oct. 2 ol Florida
horses returned from tracks is the official corporation for a period of two years.
is discussing Civil De throughout the country E L. name of the new sugar concern XN'aticmal and state agricultural I tIt ;
fense pro aid con-shelters, food Partin. president of the Florida The second multi-million dol. and the mill will be known as representatives, congressional Mrs Robert Delaney aid child.
-aid with probably more Inter. I Quarter Horse; Association, expects lar sugar mill is scheduled for the Glades Sugar House. I'; Is leaders, domestic and ren spent Sunday in Lakeland William "Bud" Johnston Is en.
set than ever before. Some are nationally known and recognized ground breaking ceremonies on located one-half mile north of foreign sugar Industry spokes. visiting Mr and Mrs Robert D rolled at the Palm Beach Junior
\eiy- pessimistic on the subject, horses from all over Monday afternoon, Oct 2 when Airport Road near Belle Glade men and many hundreds of SAMUEL ALAN FOY Carson and daughter Roberta College In Lake Worth.
and to you who are -1 can only Florida to participate in the state and national dignitaries, and is reached by a new county promlient stale nd county officials Mr, and Mrs. Aaron Foy are
say Is your wife and childrennot races which will follow a noon citizen and cane growers of road recently constructed.The will participate in the cere parents of a son, Samuel Alan,
worth a coiKtntrattd effort day barbecue. Glades county will be at 5000-ton capacity mill will monies which will be open to the born Sept. 18. The baby weighed'
tit your part to provide for their' The race will be held at Silver a cite on Airport Road present northeastof employ more than 1,000 work. public. ( lbs 6 ors and was born in a

safety Spurs Rodeo grounds where Belle Glade for an interesting ers, Wedgeworth said. Completion of the plant is expected Fort Pierce hospital LAY AWAY SALEChatham
of adult.
Generally speaking we races were held last July when program. The 53-member co-op was organized to be before December,
hood(An adult is a person who association held to annual DAUGHTER BORN
the In July, 1960 by representatives 1962, when the first grinding
has stopped growing . except Jamboree. I The announcement came from of all vegetable season will begin.Womans Mr, and Mrs. J. C Bass are
around the middle) have lived a After the races and barbecue, parents of a daughter born Sept.
certain amount of our lives true, round and square dancing will 17 at a Fort Pierce hospital. The
but is this any reason to depriveour be held In the county agricultural Jo Par risk Fine Arts Club Club girt weighed 8b 12 oz at birth
young people of their life? Sil Northern ElectricBLANKETS
building located next to the
And speaking of young people, ver Spurs arena. Circle Met JT'ithiUrs.llllc1son Meet Thursday Hold Luncheon JOCK TALMAGE COKERA

you also could exert a little effort The first meeting of the 1961-62 At Sierra Inn son, Jock Talmage, was born BLANKETS
.
and time In preparing yourself Boat Club Meet year of the Fine Arts Club was September 14 at the Louisiana Rayon Acrilan
and learning the ways to protect The Jo Parrish of single $
Circle the held Thursday Sept. 14 at the Raulerson Hospital to Mr. and 1995
yourself, in the event the ad. :Members of the OkeechobeeBoat Methodist Church met at the the Sierra Inn with Mrs Rob Me. The Okeechobee Woman'aClub Mrs. James Dewitt Coker The 5.95
ults around you have no consideration Club were to meet Thursday tome of Mn. Ernest Hudson, serve, president! as the hostess. met for its first monthly boy weighed 7 pounds 7s* ounces
for your safety. night at the court house for Sept. 12, with Mrs, Rowena The program, subject of which meeting at the Sierra Inn Restaurant Mrs. Coker is director of nursesat 2 for '11.00 Double 22.50
What can you do? There is a their regular bi-monthly. meeting. Parkerson as co-hostess. was "Latin America, the Hot. last Wednesday the hospital and will return to
Civil Defense school in session Plans for cruise were to be discussed Mrs. Parkerson The meeting was called to $5.00 Layaway
a presented a'' Spot of the World" was given by her position in a few weeks. $2.00 Layaway
now, meeting each Monday evening among other topics, Commodore program on "How to prepare for Mrs Leon Yielding. She used I order by the president, Bea Ar- ,
at 7:30: p. m. at the Methodist i Leoonard Berger said. The Holy Spirit I pictures and sketches to accent rants. SHARON KAYE NEELEY
church annex. Your local Two new members were welcomed her subject I Members present were: Paula Mr. and Mrs Clyde Neeley are
CD Director will furnish on re :Mrs Ethel Roberts and Miss Mrs. Milrded Mixon and Refreshments of apple pie and Williams, Mary Attaway Pearl parents of a 5 pound 10 ounce
quest information at no cost I Mattie Roberts spent last week: Mrs Emerson Moore I Ice cream were served to the 14 I Godwin, Gloria Ford. Hazel Williams daughter born September: 15 at

which will aid in your learningon end as guests of Mr. and Mrs. E. After a discussion meeting a members present. i Rowena Parkerson and the local hospital. The girl was VANN KEROSENE HEATERSSingle
survival. No one else! can H. Hunt refreshment course of a salad Attending were the MesdamesRob Mrs. Arrants.A named Sharon Kaye.
plate and Iced tea was served. Meserve, C. R. Boyles Pete motion was made by Gloria
Attending were Mesdames Jessie Clemens Tom Conely, Lewis I Ford, seconded by Pearl Godwin CLINT ALAN BEAVERA
BOSTON STORE'S88c Watford, Neil Rucks, Sutton Dreese Enola Elledge, Ernest I and unanimously carried to havean son, Clint Alan, was born Burner_ '26eooS

Rucks,, George Bellamy, Ray Hunt, R. E. Link J. H. MeCrarue Inactive Membership\ and September 16 at the Louisiana .
SALEFRIDAY Stiles, Earl McFarland, T. C. Robert Meserve John that they pay $1.00 per year to be Raulerson Hospital to Mr. and
Doonan, Margaret Johnston, Roe, Leon Yeilding Curtis Wood. on the list. Mrs. Clint Johnny Beaver 4
Bill Hendry, Joe Golbralth, Ren- all and Miss Jo Parrish I The president gave a report
AND SATURDAY, SEPT. 22.23 pie Lee Kilpatrlck. Jack Wolff Members who were unable to bout Civic Projects and what he DAUGHTER BORNA
Mrs. Mlxan and Mrs Moore. attend were Mrs R E Brown, Okeechobee Ciivfc Council Js plan daughter weighing 5 pounds
'Ironing Board Cover, reg. 2 for 98e . now 2 for 88e The next meeting will be held at Mrs. Allen Markham, Mrs Aus ning to do. The Civic Council is 4 ounces was born September 20 Double Burner 'AA QQ
the home of Mrs. Ray Stiles on tin Pearce and Mrs II. H. Rau- composed of representative at .
the Okeechobee hospital to l
'Ironing Board Pad & 'Iron Rest, reg. $1 . . . 88c October 10 lerso.i. from all the Civic Clubs in Okee-
Mr. and Mrs. P. D. 'Tete" day.

Decorator Pillows, reg. $1 . . . . . . . . 88c c It obee.was decided to cooperate The Infant has not been named. $5.00 Layaway

Rag 59cFancy Two Sisters Garden Circle wiith the Okeechobee Civic Council RECOVERING FROM SURGERY
in the projects! for the better.mast .
Print Terry Kitchen Towels . . 2 for 88c Meet After Holds MonthlyMeeting of the community.The John E. Vinsoa for who underwent .

Dish Cloths, pkg. of 12, reg. $1 . . . . . now 88c president asked all the eye surgery cataractsin
a Sarasota hospital on Aug. 30,
Short Sleeve Polo Shirts 21 YearsTwo Sept. 12 members that if they had any is home and reportedly doing
Boys'
sisters from Okeechobee The monthly meeting of the old children's clothing to please fine.
Sizes 6.16, reg. 98c . . . . . . now 88c attended a family reunion held Golden Circle Sunday school send !it to their children to give
class was held September 12 to the principal of the school, Mrs. DIXIEHOME
Men's Cushion Foot Whit Hose September 13 at Berry Alabamaat at Essie Rampey of Tampa
the home of another sister and the home of Cheri Raulerson. especially the Primary School. spent the week end here with her
of 4 . . . . . . . . 88c
$1
.
Pkg. reg. her husband, Mr. and Mrs. Len. Glenda Butner gave a devotion. The principal will see that needy sisters, Mist Alice Bass and Miss
me Dunn The Okeechobee al on heaven entitled "Journey's children get them. There is an Sylvia Bass.
Ladies Scarves, reg. 59c . . . . . . 2 for 88eENTIRE met together with their five sisters oth End". urgent need for sweaters, shirts FURNITURE STOREHelen

e e e e er sisters and their mother, Mrs. Several small items of business and shoes The American Medical Asso
Delia Lawrence, who Is 83 years were discussed and a committeewas The president made a suggestion elation has officially designated Rae Davis Glen Davis

STOCK OF GIRLS NEW old. This is the first time all appointed to plan a social that we show a film on alchoholism as a recognizable
seven sisters had been together for September. It was voted tour Cancer to all the women of disease.

FALL DRESSESSIZES for 39 years. The Okeechobee a camera. .for .the. Sunday Okeechobee to be shown at Gil
women are Mrs. Sallie Pilgrimand School; class votes in the class berts Theatre. A committee wasappointed
3 to 6x-7 to 14 Mrs daudie Everett. election were counted and the to look Into the de.

Mrs; Dunn and Mrs. Everett results showed Judy Mobley was tails and report at the next
REGULAR 2.98 . . . . . . . NOW 2 for 4.88 celebrated their birthdays on I elected, president; Christine Whit- meeting.. v

REGULAR 3.98 . . . . . . . . NOW 2 for 6.88 Sept. 13. These two sisters were field vice president; Cheri Rau.
meeting for the first time in 21 lerson, treasurer; LaVaun Cone, New Salesman
secretary Delores Holley devotional
: years ;
e e e e 4JFOOTBALL
The family all visited aunts chairman; Louise Williams Edgar Knight is the new route
ENTIRE STOCK OF LADIES DRESSES INCLUDING I' end a host of cousins at Burning- card chairman: ; Barbara man and salesman for Bad-
bam, Alabama Lamb, baby Bible chairman; cock Furniture store, replacing
FALL DRESSES Present at the reunion were Barbara Collins, group captain 1; Curtis Alleen Knight who is
Mrs Jessie White of Addison, Al. Helen Barber, group captain 2; married and the father of a son
Vi OFF REGULAR PRICE abama, Mrs. Bertha Pilgrim of Maybelline Creach social chair' is a lifelong resident of Okee i TONIGHT
Hollywood, Florida, Mrs. Rubble man; WILma Williams, scrapbook chobee.
e e e eLADIES'
3un.n of Berry, Alabama Mrs. chairman.The .
COTTON WASH DRESSES Carrie Lantrip of Boca Raton, meeting was closed with GraduatesPatricia IJIc
Mrs. Beulah Butler, Mrs. Katherine prayer. Refreshments of cake FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 22
Regular 3.98 Johnson and baby Becky of and punch were served to Louise Ann Scott daughter

Now Only. $2,88BOSTON Jasper Alabama, Mr. and Mrs. Williams. LaVaun Cone, Barbara of Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Scott, was
. Jimmie Callicutt of North Carolina Lamb, Wilma Williams, Evelyn graduated from an Orlando business CLEWISTONvs
Mrs. Pilgrim and Mrs. Ev Creach, Barbara Collins and college last week end. Mr.
STORE erett.: Glenda Butner by the hostess, and Mrs. Scott attended the !graduation .
Mrs. Tom Pilgrim visited her Cheri Raulerson. ceremonies. Miss Scott OKEECHOBEEeeee

son, Allen, and his family at Ad. will be employed in Okeechobee

Okeechobee' Complete Family Department Store discs, Alabama.The Garden Club -
three brothers could not KELLY WILLIS IN HOSPITAL

I attend the affair. They are Henry Holds Meeting Kelly Wills underwent surgery GO TO THE GAME-SUPPORT YOUR TEAM
Lawrence of Orlando and Fred last Thursday at the hospital in
r Lawrence and Charlie Lawrence, The first Garden CLub meetingof Pahokee. Kelly Is a son of Mrs. 1
both ot Okeechobee. the season will be held Satur Mary Lee Willis and is well THEN MEET YOUR FRIENDS AT l
LOWEST PRICED day afternoon, Sept. 23 at 2
p mat known here. His home Is in South
the parrish house of the Episcopal Bay. Sunday Mr. and Mr*. Leon THE TASTEE FREEZ \
Birthday Party church.
I" Willis and Mrs. Curtis Rutledg
Held The meeting, an open house visited their brother at the hospital
t FridayLisa and tea, will be highlighted by in Pahokee. e i
-
Raulerson celebrated her the installation of officers for FOR THAT

eta+f fourth birthday on Friday, Sept. the new year. Rest Home NewsRoy I
15 with a party at the home of Officers to be Installed are, as AFTER GAME SNACK
her grandmother, Mrs A. R. president, Mrs. Allen Markham; Hlggenbotham visited his v
Hare. Lisa la the daughter of Mr. I first vice president, Mrs. Margaret wife Melanie Higgenbotham at
1 SANDWICHES SODAS SUNDAES
and Mr. Lytle Raulerson. Johnson; second vice president the Dunklin Rest Home Sunday.

FULL SIZE WHEEL DRIVE PJCKUPTRUCKICome Cake and ice cream and the Mrs Vernon Reeves; recording Mary Karkowski and Delight SHORT ORDERS DRINKS
traditional party favors were given secretary, Mrs. B. L. Dreese of Hialeah visited their
la and get our deal before you buy. We have the 4-wtieel drive full sire
to guest Sharon and Karen Eddington, and corresponding grandmother, Junia Dreese Sun.
that'i lowest and does the biggest (Jobl Carries t one ton payload
priced
pki-op CURB OR COUNTER SERVICE
Ramer, Donald Spann, Ray Do. secretary, Mrs B. H. Moon.
through mud, sand or marsh. Stays en else Job year "",, Iono I day.Donations
mer, Scott Frost, Bobby, Tiny The speaker is to be Mrs. E. were flowers and
longer ndabasttestaLTU And, Ola ad*'..h,WP1cHp ehJcles,has been eplradtbdsyl lISt tested J e en and Roxanne Upthegrove, Sheri L. Meyer of Fort Pierce, formerly lime from Mrs. Clayton Whit. ..-
a
s Lynn William, Ginger Jon and l of Okeechobee, and her topic Coffee was a gift from Lei John.
WE USB ALL
FRESH FRUIT
e e FLAVORS
e .
1 PICK-OP ntucx, Al Hoggins. will be "Beautiful New HorizonsIn son The Junior: G.A. Girls of the ,
Paternal grandparents of little Horticulture and Design". First Baptist Church and counselors I
MAVERICK Sunday, 7:30 P.M. Lisa are Mr. and Mrs. M. V. A discussion will be held on the Mrs. G. E. Bryant and TASTEE FREEZJUST
TUNE-IN HONG KONG Wednesday, 7:30 P.M. Raulerson of Basingcr. flower show which the club Is Mrs. Gerald Burke visited resident .

planning. Hostesses are to be at the home Tuesday and NORTH OF FOOTBALL FIELD-U.S. 441
Bill Davison, son of Mrs. Wil Mrs Markham, Mrs. Margaret tang songs and served cookies.
Gilbert Chevrolet Co. Inc. liam Preston, is attending the Johnston and Mrs R. B. Me. Rev. Anton Jensen and Bud OKEECHOBEE RO 2.7301 FLORIDA'aSie

University of Florida at CalcesrUle. serve. They have asked that Thompson; conducted church aer-
Phcn RO 24231 OKEECHOBEE I each member bring a visitor. Vices at the home Sunday.


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Okeechobee News, Friday, Sept. 22, 1961 Page 3 r

Polio Increases have heard ot another vaccineon
its way, Don't wait for It. It
Among Those won't be in doctor's hands In ad.
equate amounts this year. And
Not Protected now is the time to protect your-
sell and your family-now before
Don't take a chance-take yourPolio next summer's polio season
,
ahots. Those are wiN worda starts.
of caution. And yet, there are Getting your polio theta la a
ttlll millions of people who have simple matter. Arrange for them
not heeded this warning. The re with your doctor or call your local -
suit? Last year polio Increased health department. II you
among the unprotected This start your shots now you can : j
year polio has struck again. If enjoy next summer without wor
you and your family have not ry. Don't take a chance take
received the maximum protection your polio shota.
polio! shota offer, you are courting "
disaster. I SUPER RIGHT
Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Abney were
Polio shots work. They will Immunize .
honored at a surprise party Sunday U.S.D.A. INSPECTED GRADE "A"
against :
you paralysis by September 10 at their home.
polio. And, at this time,
It is the
The occasion was their fiftieth QUICK FROZEN, OVEN READY TENDER
only road to protection that ex- e
wedding anniversary: and scoresof
fsts. Those of you who have neglected i ;
friends, relatives and well- YOUNG BROAD BREASTED TURKEYS
to get shots
your may wishers attended.
I
1S 8 to 14 Ib. AVERAGE

GILBERT OKEECHOBE r----------------------- '

THEATREFriday DRIVE-IN ; __ N "SUPER-RIGHT" WESTERN STEER BEEF PLUMROSE BRAND GENUINE DANISH (DENMARK) '
MINUTE CUBED I
THEATREShow : CANNED CANADIAN

September and 22 Saturday and 23 Start at 7:15: Morton's quick frozen Spaghetti & Meat or I

8 0:. pkgs. I 5 T E AK 1
MORGAN THE PIRATE Friday and Saturday BACON 3 $299 :
Cinemascope and Technicolor September 22 23 Macaroni & Cheese 2 for 49c | ,Ib can '

Steve Reeves' THE RABBIT TRAP Quick Frozen Delicious

Valerie Lagrange DAVID Starring-BRJAN Red Snapper Fillets Ib. 69c I JUICY SUPER RIGHT PREMIUM QUALITY BEEF I

-PLUS- JUNE BLAIR 10 LB. CAN Southern Star | and L b 7 9 C Chuck I
THE GODDESS OF LOVE -ALSO- HAMS $6.69 H Roast lb. 35c

OLnenus cope and Deluxe dolor 7 MEN FROM NOW Super Right Premium Quality TEN ER. I

Belinda Lee -:::- Breakfast Bacon Ib. 65c L .
_
_
Jacques Sernaa Sunday and Monday _ _ - - - - asaaa..ass.aat.t..wa .
September 2+-2S
..,.. BREMMNER JUMBO COCOANUT, BANANA OR
Sunday, Monday Tuesday THE WORLD OF SUZIE 0
September 24, 25, and 26 WONG "
Starring- } Choc. Pies 3 o:kit 'tOO
f I If '
)
THE LADIES' MAN William Holden lib <:1
.
g7
< I VenefctbleJ.JreJl
:1
Jerry Lewis Nancy KwanIn r % .t
Helen Traubel Technicolor ; '' Jrtu. J 4 For Low Calorie Diets!Jane Parker Glamour


W dhn.ay aSeptember Thursday Tuesday, Wednesday-::- ,Thur*. ', .a-',;:...;',:?;;;4 = Sweet Juicy OellowNIONS Bread 1 lb. loaf 25c
27, 28 September 26, 27, 28 ,yyy Bartlett PEARS

FIVE GOLDEN HOURS THE Starring NAKED JUNGLE ,?,, .nyJ' ib. \ alb. bag 29c EXCELL VACUUM PACKED

Eleanor Parcher 19c 6% Oz. Can
Ernie Charisse KovacsOyd CharUon HestonIn yh MIXED NUTS 39c

George Sanders Technicolor .
ANN PAGE RED 53 OZ. CANS

I JUMBO SIZE KIDNEY BEANS 3 for 79c
1 1.v
God's Word Is Man's Hope : t W f EA. 5'7
i I h; 0" 1:1 D J PAR KEN FROZEN CONCENTRATED

I PREACHED HEAR A FROM MESSAGE THE BIBLE-GOD'S ON GOOD NEWS WORD ;Y t LIMEADE 26 Oz. Cans 19c


FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH RIPE FIRM DAILY DIETS 1, 2 & 3

,COOPER MARSHALL, PASTOR i RED 19 l lb.
tDOG cans
Fifth and Hicpochee Streets 1 FOOD b 45ca
LBS.
"1 N'-, .
t Sunday School 10:00 A.M. TOMATOES "".T'"",;,, '_ 'W, ... _. ''
Morning Worship 11:00 A.M. "; A&P't OWN ALL PURPOSe "
Training Union 7:00 P.M. .' ': i1' d [:t'm
:
fT lb
Evening Worship 8:00 P.M. f'nf' ',, DEXO 3 can 73c
Wednesday Evening Prayer 8:00 P.M.

VISITORS WELCOMEAUCTION
HI-C ALL FLAVORS BUY YOUR CIGARETTES IN

OCEAN SPRAY WHOLE BERRY THE CITY LIMITS OF OKEECHOBEEFRUIT

I DRINKS THE CITY GETS NO PART OF THE CIGARETTE
TAX ON CIGARETTES PURCHASED OUTSIDE THE
SALE Cranberry Sauce CITY LIMITS. BUY YOUR CIGARETTES AT THE


21 2c OFF DEAL AND A&P ALSO HELP STORE YOUR CITY
Thursday September
12 oz. 99.
10
I
ALL POPULAR BRANDS
8 miles north from Conway 2 45C CANS
16 Oz. Cans
AT LOWEST PRICES
t Ark. to Wooster 3 miles

west to FarmSale
ANN PAGE BOSTON STYLE, VEGETARIAN OR PORK &

Starts at 10:00: Rain or Shine.
Lunch and hot coffee will be served.

Foundation herd all bought In Wisconsin 1 Lb.
These are all outstanding dairy cows
All cows T.B. and Bang tested
"'' : :::*?:: CANS T
; ': !
135 COWS :1tfs0i:: 0i
102 MILKING NOW

3 BRED HEIFERS-Several cow calfhood
Vacinated MEL-0-BIT AMERICAN, PIMENTO OR SWISS SLICED 6 Oz. Pkg. . .19c

33 SPRINGERS

730 GALLON BULK TANK

PIPE LINE MILKING SYSTEM,

milks 6 cows at once 12 Oz.PKG..

1 FORD /2 Ton Truck

I FARMALL TRACTOR and equipment .

Almost New J. D. MANURE SPREADER
SIDE DELIVERY RAKE I

1 LARGE SEEDER Sunshine Hydrox-1 Ib. pkg. Nabisco Sugar-7 oz. pkgs. Prices in this ad are effective through

HAY 1 BUSH CONDITIONER-NEW HOG COOKIES 39c WAFERS 3 for 69c Saturday, September, 23, SOUTH PARK STREET
IM eiiAt MUNTC l picine n couxx "t
JOHN DEERE hay baler and rake Chase & Sanborn-10 oz. |far 30c off deal Jiffy-4 oz.pkg. OKEECHOBEE, FLORIDA
FEED MIXER COFFEE 1.27 BISCUIT MIX 33c '

HAMMER MILL-NEW

1 FOUR WHEEL TRAILER \
DETERGENT DETERGENT DETERGENT CLEANER SHORTENING BOBS CANDY
1 TWO WHEEL TRAILER
CHAIN SAW Surf Breeze Rinso Blue Handy Andy SPRY 10coffdeal Butte Brittle

lSc off deal with dishtowel lOc off deal
TREE SAW 15 02. Bottle Off 3 lb. 9 oz pkgs. J
Giant Pkg. Giant Pkg Giant Pkg. 39c10c Can 79 2 49 1
Reason for selling Have sold Vi of my farm. 62e S1C 67

DETERGENT DEODORANT
FORD Owner LIQUID DETERGENT DETERGENT DETERGENT DETERGENT
TOLLIE New Active All I Ivory liquid Dial I Soap
Major( Lewis, ManagerCol. Wisk Lux Liquid ALL Fluffy 11c off deal
Qt Can 12 Oz Bottle Regular Size lb. pkg. 2 gars 29
Bill Tackett, Auctioneer SSe 3Sc 39c 3 7ge Gt Size 78 R.de.m ,oar ae ronponrom
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4 Okeechobee News, Friday, Sept. 22, 1961 WE SEE and hear things that Cholera Lots 1, 2, S and 4 of Block Tax Assessment Roll for the year LORENA SPIVEY i i
amuse us at times. I supposethe Hog 40, First Addition to 1961, has been postponed until City Clerk I
reason for the county not to HERE, THEREBY Teen dub, well, !If I were Threat GrowsAs South Okeechobee according 7:00 p, M. October: 3. 1961. City of Okeechobee
MOREABOUT 1 have ONE OR MORE 4-H everybody does, but we lake to to plat thereof CLAUDE GARDNER Publish September 22, 1961

CLUBS.If tell about it. For instance . Fall Nears recorded In Plat Book 1, President City Council The Okeechobee News !

A little girl, going home from Page 17. In tie office of City of Okeechobee
this group could be organized school the other evening suddenly Authorities are more and more Clerk of Circuit Court ATTEST; Send the News to College!
. for both boys and kicked both her shoes Okeechobee
NOTHING r EMERSON concerned this year about the County, FlorIda
girls of the community It r about 20) feet down the road, growing threat of hog cholera ABSOLUTELY NEW NO SUCH OFFER HAS

By KREWKHUTTJust would be no time at all until ; MooRI walked down and picked them up recording to Dr. C. B. Hummer, and that a public hearing in relation EVER BEEN MADE IN FLORIDA ON SUCH
the county could again hold a and took off on the run barefoot veterinarian with the Florida Agricultural thereto will be held at I
CLOSE TO CITY ON U.S.
why 1* It that we pick! small fair . livestock show Heard BEAUTIFUL ACREAGE.
or one tell .
woman another, Service.He 7:00 pan on the 3rd day of October
I
up all of the papers from the , where the children could "It's not that I don't believe her 1961. in the City Council 441. ALREADY PLATTED AND LOT LINES
the threat la especial.ly
surrounding counties and see display the animals they have & YONDER It'. Just that I know d . weUshe' [ imminent lays with the fall season Room, City Hall, Okeechobee, MARKED. ROADS ALREADY BUILT. ELECTRICITY
where the 441 Out in the local.
raised . and the girls could telling a lie" .
Florida which time all AVAILABLE.
at
for cholera outbreaks no wap parties
ity are up to something . display\ the articles they have Saw a pup viciously challeng
in Interest and citizens
OKEECHOBEE should be very proaching Meetings are befog
like tractor driving . caU made , canned . or otherwise ing a big dog, trotting down the
shall have to be '
proud of their teen agers. In a held to alert farm leaders. an opportunity /
**Vmna. . chicken raising . had e part in. street.The big dog finally stoppedand 1 ACRESNOW
way I guess we are, but so many coke heard.
or other occupations . that barked at the Didn't Veterinarians offer this
the child will learn . and earn There are trips to be won to people, quite a number of them even growl but the pup pup.went Id to hog producers: Have all pigs PLEASE GOVERN YOURSELVES ONLY $12.50 DOWN-$12.50 Month
fall ACCORDINGLY
parents of teen to
various places . there I 15 alters yi-ing across the back yards.A vaccinated! There la no cure for
show it. One mother, who gives cholera it strike. CLAUDE GARDNER 2 ACRESNOW
This county Okeechobee beef to be sold to famous chain generously of her time, men bird fell out of a bush on once President City Council

. Is one of the very few In stores . there are national toned: to us that it seems to be our lawn. Hit the ground witha Have pigs,a first veterinarian, to be examinethe City of Okeechobee ONLY $25.00 DOWN-$25.00 Month
the state which does not have honors bestowed on members of the small of adults thump, got up looking very sure they Okeechobee Florida
same group are in condition to be ,
one of these worthwhile clubs of the clubs . there is clean who take enough interest to help foolish and flew away. proper and to determine which vaccinated ATTEST: 5 ACRESNOW
In operation . along with their wholesome competition amongstthe Read in the St. Cloud News
the kids and to act as chaperonsat Lorena
type of vaccine !la best to use. Spivey DOWN $50.00 Month
ONLY $50.00 -
where
Oeceola
( !, part of the program.It of the state in various an County Commissioner
groups their parties and dances. The Dr. Plummer points out that a City Clerk City of Okeechobee
phases of the program . at others sit back and wonder whatIs speaking! at a commissioner poorly protected pig is little bet.ter Okeechobee, Florida
and of the
meeting,
seems so unnececary that state fairs and such. to become of this younger gen St. Cloud News said I wouldn'l off than an unprotected pig,, Publish Sept. 15, 22 and 29, 1961 WHISPERINGPINES
this should be so . for the eration. it when dealing with a killer like The Okeechobee NewsNOTICE
the shell
even put
county has a county agent . I* seems klnda petty that this on same cholera. _
with Sears Roebuck
.
end It falls in his category to county could not afford to give WE SOMETIMES: wonder how my catalogIn
outhouse. The St. Cloud editor
see that we have an active clubor our youth the benefits of thIs. these strait-laced un-impeachabl my Is that
commented that the county NOTICE hereby given
clubs in the county. For the great state and national organ. persons came to be what they are scheduled
Council meeting
official was as backward in ad- the City
girl part , we have no Home !Ization . that they might re- without being teen agers. They] opting modem conveniences as Legal NoticesNOTICE for 7:00 P. M. September
Demonstration Agent . the cene the traininng that would must have missed out on a lot
he was on a county road building 26, 1961, for the purpose of re
OF INTENTION TO
of the be beneficial to them . and of fun.
women organization
part
and the City
policy (Hope readers like The viewing equalizing HODGES & SON
AMEND CITY ZONING
. but I feel that one could be that they may enter into this
Okeechobee News better than
'very easily obtained if a start spirit of competition.Why IT'S TRUE that we have a few that) ORDINANCE NO .271 ROdeo 2-6134
'were made in that direction young 'uns in our communitywho NOTICE Is hereby given that
I don't the parents of the should be check-reined a I II I the City Council of the City of Cut

It seems a shame that this youth . and the youth themselves bit. We don't hold with the kind Okeechobee, Florida a munlcl- Simply call us-w will show you these beautiful sites

cannot be done . because the : arise and see that suchan !of driving, thoughtless and dan X-Ray Unit At pal corporation, will consider Flowers
county is primarily agriculture I'I organization is formed in the gerous, that some of them are rezoning from RESIDENTIALRl
county . because the women guilty of We don't care much UF Treats CancerAn to COMMERCIAL: and to
end cattle raising . and there . .
for the few of them amend accordingly the Comprehensive Poms-Gladiolus .. .
are many farm lads . which i folk of the county could also manners a Pom .. .,
I am sure wuo'd be more than learn much through the Home display. Nor do we hold with important tool in medicine's Zoning Ordinance No -. i

clad to take a part in the project Demonstration clubs . if only parents who turn a car over tothem right against cancer-a two mil- 271 adopted November 21, 1953, I
. as well as the girls. I the county would retain a Home then come bristling forthwith lion volt x-ray machine-is now the following described real prop. Garden Land / CENTRAL ELECTRIC \
Demonstration agent righteous indignation when in operation in the University of rty, situatajying and being withIn NURSERIESAcross
their kid is hauled into court for Florida Teaching Hospital and the corporate limits of the .
But it is not only for the '
I
infraction of the law, or of Okeechobee Florida to- from Fire Station introduces |
some ,
country lads . it is for the H-Jor Health H- for heartH Clinics. City g H
city fellous as well. The ones -for Home Hfor Happiness who condone their bad manners The supervoltage x-ray unit is wit: I j

that are getting education and H for how come a Van de Graatf accelerator, one
at all along these any lines are the we don't have one? WE FEEL that parents who of forty In the world. With It, I THE FIRST TV ANTENNA SEVER
allow their children to come ando
ones that are with the Future high dosages of radiation can be
Farmers of In the ; as they will, show no concern delivered ot cancerous tumors TOO WTt
America pub- as to their where-abouts when ; DESIGNED FOR
EC schools. 45.YEARS.OLD deep within the body, while Ba :
The Florida State Chamber of they stay out most of the nightnor really reducing side effects BH
question their activities durng -
This a good and useful group Commerce was founded 45 years which complicate x-ray therapy uninterrupted, B
such sojourns are more guilty The time to Insure
with: lower voltage machines.
. and be commended the outgrowth of an
are to ago as or.
when the child is caught robbingor top-flight performance in rI
on the good they have done ganization to elunina the cat. : fire Is B
I stealing, drinking, driving against '
and the education tie tick It works to E
they are now strengthen
for other
recklessly or some of
receiving by actually practicing every phase of the states tense, than the young offender L before It happens SALT-WATER AREAS ;
'what they learn. But that is no economy, ,
NEWLANDMASTER If and when fire strikes
SEE THE :
ON THE WHOLE our -- ;
youngpeople . : .
: are trustworthy and responsible your home, it will be too 'qf "' : .

citizens. Last week they late to check insurance i
Now's the time to have your furnished a room for the new TILLER your ,M raa .It.
,
to see if it's ade- ... -
and
hospital. They police conduct \> ,

Briggs & Stratton engine themselves pretty well quate to cover your loss. ; '';' , 5r ". "' ,
They plan as well as, or better vdsk : acs
__ The only way to protectIs , '
than some of our senior citizens. .: ,1:<
.
checked by your insurance yourself financially is to

our experts DRIGGS&STRATTONbe ; THEY HAVE W MIND to with coverage in valueof line get the right coverage .1 ; CHANNEL ,.
build a tennis court and other today's 1 ..
recreational facilities. They'dlike ? ,
your property .,
/ *o1nt.nait<* some help from the grown. '
.e Intriam y.on...Mrvict elm lift You bv gr.ai.r teen and euvranMI ups. Two to one they get what r 'v / 't MASTER'Powerful
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will be the voice of the community

GILBERTBest the reins will be in their BERGGRENEQUIPMENT County Bank Building ,.

hands, A little: guidance and help CO. Phone RO 2.7441 The World's Most
will off In future bene-
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I Poultry Makes only In 1940 11 per, poultry cent of accounted total meat for NOW A NEW WORLD OF WORTH !

I p m Up In Percent that consumption during the The past USDA 20 years reports, per

Awr1 Of Meat Eaten capita poultry consumption has
doubled. NEW FROM DIESEL TO DAZZLE 1
Poultry now makes up about During 1961 the USDA says the Here they are-handsome, functional Handsome new work-styling Include
18 per cenf of all the meat we average American will\ eat 38 '62 Chevrolet trucks powered to work forward-sloping hoods that allow driver
Y I i LI' eat, Including fish according to I'' pounds of poultry, and this fig harder In every weight class Hefty new to see as much a* 10tt\ feet more of the
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Page 6 Okeechobee New a mile or more. Now would\ be a hard a bucket of worms and a ATTEST: said business enterprise are: said business enterprise are: Father Cave
Friday, Sept 22, 1961
good time for the Game Commission I spinning rod will bring i nice LORENA SPIVEY QUItUE J. HAZELL1EF John H. Stanley and Lament H.

to treat them . ,? (treat bunch of catfish from most any City Clerk OSCAR CLEMONS Moore. I Attends MeetingFather

them deadly . ,1) they might' "'en hole In the river. Fried In City of Okeechobee, Florida Dated at Okeechobee County, Dated at Okeechobee, Okee
Cave of the
go out, then, on high water deep fat and with a ba'ch of Publish Sept. 1, 8, 15 and 22, I960 Florida this the 5th day of Sep. chobee County, Florida this the George:
of Saviour Episcopal,
HOOK LYIN'AND hush puppies, they're the best. tember, 1961. 21st day of September 1961. I Church our
We got kind ot A chuckle froman aoou. jusi friyng them By: Qulllle J. Hazelllef and BY: John H. Stanley and La- attended the Diocesan Convene
NOTICE UNDFR Orlando at
Associated Press story In one nice and brown In shallow Oscar demons. monte H Moore, owners. tion Thursday at ,
LURE of the big dailies. They must grease, and leave the tails on FICTITIOUS NAME LAW Pub September 8, 13, 22, 29, 1961 Publish: I that !time the. convention considered -
NOTICE Is that
have been hard up for news. The that's the best eating anyway), hereby given I The Okeechobee News Sept. 22, 29, Oct. 6, 13, 1961 a formal request by the
the undersigned, pursuant to the elect two Suffragan
; to
News. Bishop
The Okeechobee
story: "Two Bites, One Fish"told ,
"Flctltitous Name Statute, Home .
t, of a guy who hooked a catfish Sorry Bob, can't apologize yet. LEGAL NOTICE Bishops.The
en Bill 1175 Laws of :
Chapter
} 30953 approved
. ByEMERSON NoTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN COASTLINE SHORTER request was
When he hooked it, it bit Your bug didn't pay off like
Florida 1941, and House Bill that the Board of Countny Com Florida's 8,426-mile coastline Is and the two will be elected at
i a rf him. Unusual, huh you laid it would. Could be the
E. MOORE 1102, Chapter 20760, 1951 amend. the Cathedral in Orlando on Oct.
missloners of Okeechobee County in the
water was to fas*. Will try it no longer the longest nation
In z 85609(3)( ), will register with Florida, will sell the followIng the Florida State 19 and 20.
Incidentally: if you are fish again under different condi reports
hungry and don't like to work ,tions, the Clerk of the Circuit Court In I equipment at public sale on Chamber of Commerce. Alaska The new Bishops are being

Maybe you've noticed, going I gill r1)... Sunnday was a little I and for Okeechobee County FlorIda Tuesday, QJ: ober 10, 1961 at has a shoreline four times as elected to replace the Bishop
the river upon receipt of proof of the 10:00: o'clock A. M. to take first place. Moses, who died recently in
dp or across the lake, rough. long over
ing 40 and has
at daybreak, or a little before, I :Milk Production cows two dry publication of this note, the fictitious One 1951 Ford Pick-up I England. Because of the growth
I cows ready to calf. Since the
or Just before dark, the wind We are not alone in our opin On IncreaseAt beginning of operations on Feb. name to-wlt: Truck Motor Number FLORIDA MOVES NORTH I of the Diocese it has been deem
THREE "D" MOBILE
blows a little chilly on bare arms ion that bass and pan fish eat 3, 19S9 the dairy has seen 58 VTLLAGF FIHINR11972 The distinction ,of being the ed adviseable to have two Sub
and through a thin shirt. To the very little In hot weather We School calves born and only failedto One 1951 Dodge Pickup southernmost lIMe was given up ra ate Bishops.
Boys
under which we expect to engageIn Truck Motor Number Florida in 1959 when Hawaiiwas H. H. Raulerson is delegate
who by
guy fishes It feels good. It have noticed and have bad It survive Of the 58 born, 28
business at ONL: : MULE.! SOUTH
means that cooler nights will called to our attention that fish : According to word received were females and 30 were bulls T306-14007. admitted to the union, Florida to the convention with William
bring the dish out of the deephr : being caught now are pretty thinon from Farm Director G. C. Floyd To date the dairy has turn. ON ROAD 441 In the City of The Board reserves the rightto State Chamber of Commerce 0 Jeflers named as alternate
Okeechobee County of Okeecho.
'feed In the shallow the average and many of the dairy at the Florida. Schoolfor I ed 11 bulls over to the beef herd bee, Florida. reject JOHN any F.and PEARCE all bids researchers note. delegate

them have nothing in their stomachs Boys under the supervisionof to be fattened: along with the I That the parties interested In Chairman Board of I
The bass and bluegill wereb Apparently they don't suf. Dairyman L, C. Goodrich and other beef cattle
said business enterprise lire: County Commissioners
pielty good over the fer the ot hunger as we W. B. Rucker, is
pangs now producing Four of the first calves to be Clyde R, Durrance Okeechobee County Florida
'weekend. We saw some big fish In humans do, and lay in the cool. on the average of 108 gallons of born are ready to be bred. As Maurice L. Durrance Attest: FERGUSON PLUMBINGAND

both! species and a few nice specs er deep water until the surface milk dally. The milk is sent to soon as these calf, the dairy Carl T. Durrance. IIAYNES WILLIAMS

taken on flies hi the river. On water cools off. the food service department herd will number 46 milkers Dated at Okeechobee Ochobee Clerk Board of ELECTRIC

the average, the bluegill ran where It Is utilized among the The calf pens now contain 23 County, Florida, this the County Commissioners

large and the bass small. Fly Water hyacinth are quite a student at almost every meal. calves that will join the herd 1st day of September, '961. Okeechobee County, Florida SET COMPLETE
fishermen had a field day Sat. problem to fishermen and boat. At present the dairy is milk. I In the not too distant future. BATHROOM
I I Publish Sept 8, 15, 22, 29 Publish Sept. 29, Oct. 1961
urday on the river, fishing for ers. They float In great numbers The Okeechobee News The Okeechobee News
bluegills\ Bass were doing betterIn on the river. The old river Is impassable r 'wr f1T " ', '. r < '" "" '" ,

early morning Quite a few clogged from bank to I''I:,,'!11"i"I":',,",:!'I 1 : ,'1 ,'i:I '1'1,,'' , lrrI"\'I,I""1 ,I,,,,,\ I''', NOTICE 129.50

were taken, small ones, on blue. bank In places one place for '11" i i'I NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
Y +
UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW NOTICE la given that
-- hereby
WE HAVE REPLACED OUR PIPE CUTTING
NOTICE is hereby given that the undersigned pursuant to the
"'" the undersigned pursuant to the "Fictitious Name Statute", House MACHINE (LOST IN THE FIRE) WITH A

"Fictitious Name Statute" House Bill 1175, Chapter 20953 Laws of NEW, MODERN ONE. PIPE CUT TO FIT

CENTRAL ELECTRICAND Bill 1175, Chapter 20953 Laws of Florida 1941, and House Bill PERFECTLY.

Florida, 1941 and House Bill 1102 I 1102, Chapter 26760 1951, amend

I i I Ir Chapter 26760, 1951, amending ing 86509(33)( will register with FERGUSON PLUMBINGAND
GAS COMPANYNOW 86509(3)( ), will register with the the Clerk of the Circuit Court in

Irw Clerk of Circuit Court, In and for and for Okeechobee County Flor

Okeechobee County, Florida, up. ida, upon receipt of proof of the ELECTRICCALL
STOCKS on receipt of proof of the publication publication of this note, !the fictitious .

of this note, the fictitious name, to-wit: DAY OR NIGHT
A COMPLETE LINE OF I name to-wit: BIG LAKE

OKEECHOBEE OFFICE SUPPLY DAY PHONE .? ? ? .. ROdeo 6.1595

the Clerk of the Circuit Court in LIVESTOCK MARKET under which we expect to engageIn NIGHT PHONE . .. ROdeo 2.1081
under which we expect to engageIn business In Okeechobee county. ? .w.
NoticeNOTICE and for
alSupplies Legal Okeechobee
ElectIei County Florida
upon receipt of proof of !the business on the part of the NVi That the parties Interested in 9th St. Northwest Corner of the Courthouse
of Section 17, Township 37 South,
UNDER 'I publicatoin of this note the fictitious Range 33 East, lying North of !the OKEECHOBEE, FLORIDA
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW name, lo-wit: Seaboard Air Line Railroad right. Civ Yew Horn SsylolFASHION

NOTICE is hereb) given that PARK DRUG CO. of-way and West of State Road

the undersigned, pursuant to the"Fictitious under which we expect to engage 700 (U. S. Highway 96)) in Okee

Name Statute", House! In business on the East Vi chobee County, Florida.
AND Bill 1175, Chapter 20953 Laws of of Lot 4, Block 166. in the Cityof That the parties Interested In l lI rP

Florida, 1941, and House Bill I Okeechobee, Florida I ; J
That the parties interested in
1102, .
FixturesEVERYTHING Chapter 26760, 1961 amending
said
865.09(3)( ), will register with business enterprise are: ..f'J
ROBERT T. BELL. I' '
the Clerk of the Circuit Court, in AWNINGS & DOORHOOOSiv
d IN THE aM for Okeectiobee County, Flor. Dated at Okeechobee County, 'Christian 'H .. .....ty.i4 e..tectIeot
Florida this the 25th! day of .
ELECTRICAL LINED Ida : I tow coal
upon receipt of proof of the \
August
1961. DONALD MACK J
publication of this note, the fieUtiou 'I \
By ROBERT T. BELL G.I/nrw.apr mtuf
name. to-wlt: Pub.i September I, 8, IS. 32, 1961 !
FOY'S PURE SERVICE
,J under which to The Okeechobee New. TV Chenntf 4 Sunday I:45 .m
we expect en Donald Mack
New Fixtures will beautify .
gage in business in the cityof NOTICE Station Sundays Phone 2.3821 3005 S. Dixie FORT PIERCE Ph. HO 41399SERVICE ,

your home . New Okeechobee, Okeechobee NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVENthat : WSWN 12:45: p.m
Counuty Florida. the City Council of the City
wiring will eliminate That the parties interested in of Okeechobee, Florida will meetIn wvwvv

said business enterprise are: the Council Chamber of the
'
fire hazards, give greater TOM A. FOY, and City Hall at 7:00: P, M. Septem GUIDEProfessional

WARREN': PREVULE ber 26, 1961, for the purpose of
efficiencySEE Dated at Okeechobee, Okeecho reviewing and equalizing the City

bee County, Florida, this the 11th Tax AssessmenSRoll for the year I

day of September 1961. 1961, as prepared by the City Tax :
BY TOM A. FOY Assessor fJUNt BEAUTY SHOP SHIRLlNG
US TODAY Publish Sept. 19, 22, 29 Oct.
ANY AND ALL PERSONS': having RUBY WHE.TLEY SINCLAIR PLUMBING

6, 1961. any objections to the valuation PRODUCTS SERVICE
We Are Electrical Contractors The Okeechobee Newt placed on their property by Cosmetic and

the City Tax Assessor as shown YOURMASONRY) Beauty Advisor Wholesale Bulk Plant NEW LOCATION

CENTRAL ELECTRIC NOTICEUNDER by Die Assessment Roll, are AIR CONDITIONED \44'Mtte" North Ksslmme!
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW hereby notified to tile their objection DRYERS Phone RO 24231
Bridge-Road 78
NOTICE is hereby given !that with the City Clerk or I
AND GAS COMPANYPHONE I Contact
the undersigned pursuant to the to appear In person before the C. H. SHIRLING

2.5561 OKEECHOBEE "Fictitious Name Statute" House City Council at said meeting on For Appointment TOMMY DOONAN, Mgr. *
Bail 1175 chapter 20953> Lawsof the aforesaid date.CLAUDE .
T.I. RO 2-6485 Phone RO 2-4160
Florida
1941 and House Bill GARDNER

1102, Chapter 26760, 1951 I, amend. President City Council
ing 86509(3)( ), will rgeJster with Okeechobee, Florida

BARBECUED CHICKEN
I LOANS EVlNRUDE
DEALER
RIBS HAM BEEF

OKEECHOBEE BUILDINGSERVICE $25 to $600 SANDWICHES SALES SERVICE

OF AlL KINDS .
I NEW LOCATION
DONUTS TF
AND SUPPLIES LOBBY GILBERT'S COFFEE
HOD G E S
READY TO GO

OKEECHOBEE CURB IIRVICI Fisherman Haven
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FIa'ANCE COMPANY
PAGES AUTO CAMP

HAYES ELECTRIC ATTAWAY LUMBER CO."Complete Phone RO 2-4231 Mrs. L.eth. *eo4n Okeechobee' Florida


Building Supplies"
RESIDENTIAL AND COMMERCIAL WIRING WRECKER SERVICE
REPAIRING OF REPAIRS
CALL
LICENSED ELECTRICIAN PLYWOODHARDWAREPAINTDOORSROOFINGSTEEL SMALL APPLIANCES ON FRiGIDAIRE AND ROdeo 2.1631

USE MOORE'SSTUCCOGARD Such as Toasters, Fans, MAYTAG APPLIANCES Rodeo 2-5674

PNONE RO 2-4643 PLASTER-BUILDING TRUSSES irons and Sewing Ma. JOHNSON OUTBOARD ROdeo 2.6333chines

OKEECHOBEE FLORIDA MOTORS DAY OR NIGHT

, OKEECHOBEE PHONE RO 2-6121 FLORIDA DAVE'S LAWN MOWERS Pure Gas & 011TRADih'C

CENTER Automotive Repairs

TV d RADIO REPAIR TOM FOY GARAGE
GILBERT'S North Park Street
Phor 2-6/\25

CABINET BUILDING OSCAR CRABILL s1U OGARDIIIHp1.INi Phone ROdeo 2-4231 OKEECHOBEE


ON OR OFF THE JOB BUILDER AND DEVELOPERFREE !! 1
ESTIMATES MaIONArAINr Goodyear Tires MAC'S CONCRETE

OFFICE FURNITURE-FURNITURE-VANITIES WOODED LOTS FROM . . .. .. $1195.00 w' LAKE SHORE GARAGE SEPTIC TANKS
s/sue Largest Stock 'In Yawn
FORMICA WORK-FORMATOPS WATER FRONT LOTS FROM ..... $1895.00 7.501114

Wilcox Shores white or Bleak General Repairs GREASE TRAPS

GEORGE SPANN Okeechobee Estates $9.95 Brakes Tune Up INSTALLED

*
OKEECHOBEE "L.t George Do It" RO 2.6851 PHONE RODEO 2-7541) e For oil masonry . $t down Sic a weak Welding CALL
OKEECHOBEE, FLORIDA outside ond In E..lllt Terms In Town
RO 2.9641 Rodeo 2.1391G
Phones Day
e Beautiful low sheen I L B E RI' S RO 2-4653
finish Night ROdeo 2-4724


t Wonderful,

Builders Supply Clarence I Lefter non-fading colon B-LOVELY
ROBERT MAYS
Okeechobee Company Dries 'In minutes
Dealer in BEAUTY SALON

STEEL-CONCRETE PRODUCTS GENERAL CONTRACTOR Benjamin M Watkins Products Plumbing & Repair Work Five Trained People To

Commercll-Resld.ntl.l Building Care For Your Beauty
BUILDING SUPPLIES MOOrepainsBURGESS
* * Call Needs

PLUMBING SUPPLIES-PLASTER MATERIALS Remodeling Repairs J. E. CONE RO 6.1293 Conveniently Located At

Fifth and Oscf'ola SL
WEST OF SAL. DEPOT Phone RO 6-1241 Phone RO 24501
Next to *
OKEECHOBEE RO 2-4951 FLORIDA OKEECHOBEE, FLORIDA After 6 PM For Appointments CaD
A1obleyS Garage

Supply Co. I ROdeo 2.1021






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Okaachobaa, News, Friday, Sept 22, 1961 Page 7 beautiful mosaic of Leonardo da Blue Sox WinsThe Winning pitcher was Jeanette ed in over games, shortstop Vera ALCOHOLICSOne I([CAUSES DRUNKENNESSA

Vinci's famous painting "The Hare The Blue Sox girl had one and catcher, Virginia.! out of every :Ween per. concentration of only Oil
Last Supper", repose in an outdoor Indian Malden were de. hone run hitter against the Indians The Blue Sox were managed sons who uses beverage alcohol percent of alcohol In tfi, blood
Anyway You Look Florida State setting near quiet Lake feated for the second time this the first base, Joann I by Manton Goolsby the first half will eventually become an aka I'will cause Intoxication and abnormality
Pierce. season on Sept. 14. The Blue Sox The Blue Sox girls had two Sam Thomas Is the new manager holic, according: to the Florida of body funotlona and
Has Many Attractions State Wide The da Vinci Gallery of Futuristic girls won by a score of 20 to 9. more home run hitters who play I ] Alcoholic Rehabilitation Program. mental facilities.

Angles is the word for It. attractions, a Journey up the central InvenUonc present a fascinating
collection of models
Whether you're looking at them belt of the Florida peninsula and
from a front angle! back angle, Is explanatory.US sketches of such Inventions as
the air conditioner, machine\ ,
side! angle or In-between angle, 98 out of Okeechobee carries gun
the buildings designed by the late the visitor' across the Klaalmmee airplane, and subway system. Although
Frank Lloyd Wright on the Floe River to 'Scoring, home the Inventions are mod.
ern, they were conceived In the
Ida Southern
campus at Lakeland of world-famous sports
car races
fertile mind of da Viral
ere loaded with born 40
angles Nearby Is Highlands Hammock
In the usual Wright style, they State Park with Its abundant years before the discovery: of
America.
ere designed to blend with their deer
,
surroundings And Central Florida wildlife gators that,can raccoons be easily and viewed other the North metropolis of Bartow of Imperial lies Lakeland Polk, j y ;v L $s w w9v&'&mmttOMETHING d9 r" Att h ,r sswi }Sh tt
has about
as many angles as from trails which lead Into the (
county and the home of Florida r 8e'9 'Mdy ,aM yr7Y. +Yr3+v 5 f' 1b
any specimen: designed by the fa. heart of this sub-tropical jungle
Southern College where Frank
mous architect. A aide trip down US 27 to Lake
Rolling hills, phosphate mines, Placid to the new Placid Tower Lloyd Wright-designed buildings
gleam In the Florida sunshine
refreshing springs, fascinating is a worthwhile venture. From
A few miles to the east, at
museums, historic memorials, the top cf this 240.foot tower, the
Winter Haven, the Florida Citrus
lovely state' parks, sprawling visitor can set for miles over .
ranches and endless citrus the Florida countryside Museum offers an educational e.w"d's
and
entertaining
groves are some of the many Lake Wales, to the north of experiencefor
the visitor At nearby
Cypress
angles from which you can view Sebrlng, Invites the visitor to
this scenic section of the Sunshine view Its several Interesting attractions i Gardens, electric boats carry
visitors through enchanting canals
State
I
such
as Casa de Jose.
And If you're angling for some fina and Spook Hill, where cars I' water-ski spectacles are -
extraordinary anglelng, the Innumerable :, roll uphill performed four times daily, and
lovely models In ante helium
lakes which dot the At nearby Mountain Lake Sanctuary
countryside are Just waiting for : the 250-foot Singing Tower dress pose along the garden I

Jour bait. Black bass, bream, reaches toward the sky amid a paths :
LRgI
The metropolis of OrlandoFlorida's ,
stumpknocker, redbreast, war. setting of quiet beauty Daily
largest inland city,
mouth, shellcracker and gar are concerts of sacred music flow 1
sprawls to the northeast of Winter .
Just some of the
specimens teeming from tie bells atop the carillon
In Lakes Okeechobee, Apop- tower to blend with the songs of Haven. This city boasts a
ka, KIssimmee, new Jal alai fronton, more than
Istokpoga, Orange birds and the rustle of leaves In
SO lakes within Hs city limits, anda
lakes. and a galaxy of smaller the suTounding sanctuary location near many attractions. I", E1_ Nir"rlE"yM HoIdy Spores Se,*.
Located near the Singing Tower
For a first-hand view of these the Great Masterpiece A short trip up US 92 to Sanford -
a
carries the motorist to a Any way you look at it, there's "something erlra"about
Now more than avadr. .
e
number of Interesting! sites Lovely
Olds for '621! V-8 the
Mead Botanical Garden between performance, right across

Farming is Florida's largest business. Every Orlando and Winter Park, there's EXTRAline .. from engines that deliver up to 345 LpJ
features an outstanding display\
farmer is a business man running a private of orchids. At Winter Park the
about owning an OLDS Smooth action of Oldsmobfle's 1962 4-3 Hydra-Matte
business which is a part of this industry that is visitor will enjoy a tour of Rol

larger even than the factories with their many lane College. Sanlando Springs, a i : . the performance transmi ion with the solid new"feel"

employees and important payrolls. mineral spring offering good Magnificent new Nlnety.Elghts,.superb new Super 88s..
swimming, lies between Orlando Suspension refinements that put new ride
and Sanford Nearby, at Long-
dazzling Dynamic 88s... fun to drive F-85s... in model
Florida's farm businesses are run by many wood a cypress tree more than plus stunning and roadability every Sporty new styling-
3,000 years old towers toward the
thousands of owners. Each is important to the blue, and In Sanford, a monument new Starflresl Olds offers them all/ with spectacular inside and out-that mirrors the excitement

well being of its owner and operator. The protection marks the site of Fort Mel.
find behind the wheel!
of many of the farm businesses in lon, dating back to the savage V-8 performance... sporty trend-aeHing style... you'll

Okeechobee County from such disaster as fire, Indian wars
Turning west from Orlando, the Visit your Oldsmobile Quality Dealer for a personal
plus a new concept of quality and reliability that
storms, accidents, and so on are in the handsof visitor Lake Apopka,
T. Bergen Farm Bureau insurance passes introduction to the cars with "something extra!!
County
your sparkling in the Florida sun, and makes every Oldsmobile a car of superiority
agent. soon reaches CJermont, home of sadmd Y HIo./p-VY.d........rag4nrse _Mo a..Y ore.
the famous Citrus Tower. An elevator sew.*.4'MF85 -.
carrie him to the observation

Mr. Bergen is a very important man for you decks atop the tower . ..H .
to know. He takes the risk out of your business where, through: 20iJ0wer< telescopes '" : >"" !""J' ''
he can see over 2,000 ,
"
if you are a farmer. His policies cover your panoramic square miles of scenic :" . ; :': .i .
farm, your vehicles, your equipment, your Central Florida. .u Cutlass ConvertibleSEE : i 'i 4

home and barns, your life and those of your v
v
loved ones. If your farm business is not fully : In actass'by Itself .

protected, call Okaachobaa County Farm PAID UP MEMBERSThe

Bureau today at RO 2.1201, So. Fla. Office following are paid up members -
of the Quarterback Club-
Supply Bldg. Lawrence L. Terry, Marvin

Wherrell, Omar Hunt, David W.
t LaCroix, L. E. Ferrell, G C. Durance -
Richard M. OooMby,
iif
George Relchert, Bob AMermai,
Robert Hayes, H. H Raulerson,
Alto Watford, Jr, Herbert Nix,
r IT IS UNLAWFUL FOR ANY C. 0. Lawrence, Randall Fulford,
Curtis Woodall. James A. Young,

J. X< Pearce, Jr, Z. K. Williams,
; PERSON OR PERSONS TO Glenn Davis, Roger Jones, John
E. Burdeshaw and Charley Rob

ertson.
ENGAGE IN BUSINESS '?$ Ri {?, '., Y@.t WAr eD +.'rbd" l t 9Rd1bFM" + ee

VISITING PARENTS

UNDER A FICTITIOUS Mr and Mrs. Marvin V Arnold .
are visiting for two weeks

with his parents, Mr. and Mrs.V. .
NAME UNLESS THE NAMEIS S. Arnold He has been stationed THE '62 OLDSMOBILE! ...NOW ON DISPLAY..AT YOUR LOCAL AUTHORIZED OLDSMOBILE QUALITY DEALERS! '

aboard the U. S. S. RobertA.

Owens, home port, Norfolk, GILBERT CHEVROLET: INC.PHONE
REGISTERED Va. He will, however, return to .
Brunswick, Georgia, where he is
RODEO 2-4231 OKEECHOBEE, FLORIDA
shore duty.
to serve on two-yean .
The fictitious name statute was changed by the Enroute to Georgia, the couple

1951 Legislature and The Okaachobaa News hat the will visit her mother, Mrs. Alice
Arize! at Leesburg
necessary forms for proper registration and advertieing.

Slde buttoning Two part fashion with The sotly bloused Waist.skimming, back-
sheath, tithe longer tons, i flan sheath with new buttoning jackal
The charge for advartiiing the notice the necessary and easy to of pretty pleats. fringed seat, I" '' over sleevelesssheath.. In

four times 1 Is $15.00.As a wear, In In black or in black sr black i or
Dhck or Drawn Sues a ' brown. brown Sines
amended by the 1951 session, the law reads R brown, Sins S ", 5 to IS. a j Sues 510 Q StotS. \

as follows: &t&lFRIGIDAIRE b 17.95 1USTURN

"It shall be unlawful for any parson or persons,

it defined herein, to engage in business as herein J"

defined, under a fictitious name as hereIn defined, I

without and unless said fictitious name shall be I

registered with the clerk of the circuit court of

the county where the principal place of businessIs SERVICE, that is

which registration shall consist of filing with the 4 I

clerk aforesaid affidavit signed by Intarastad Wri
an e Fast, nut, lOVKOlt ,
persons, stating under oath the names of all those iMWIttlOlt.Frlftdtlrt '

Interested In the business enterprise, the extent of ;
.....
S PIoIIpt, .
the Interest of each, and the fictitious name under
IMIIftt 1 EErr ..
which said business Is carrIed on. Said registration

m-y not be made until the parson or parsons desiring e .Freckles. 1 r t .

to engage In business under a fictitious name Parts.

shall have advertised: his or their Intention to register .
e Advlca on adapting
said fictitious name at least once a week for four
Frlgldalra appliances ,1
((4)) consecutve weeks In soma newspaper as defined to your Mtchin.

by law In the county where said registration Is to
be made, and said registration shall not ba accepted can III till folks .'d OF THE / ',

by the clerk of the crcult court except upon receivIng Polo tan on roulGILBERT'S r

proof of such publicatIon" SEASONDARKS


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tf UKeecnobe news, rriaay, aepr. l2: IYOI v 1Ujl' approved and ordered paid: Warrant (73 through tm i fat
One 1951 Dodge Pick-Up General Fund-Warrants 4413 amount of $3,400.87.
Glades Teachers This committee (administrative Crlelle/al' Truck Motor No. T306-M007. through US4 in the amount of Fine' and Forfeiture Fund .I
) was recently appointed by y I i I IM1 Motion was made by Robinson $1147766 Warrant 573 throuh577 577 lathe I
Assn. Meets the president, H. L, McKire. The ry seconded by Herbert and unanimously Road and Bridge Fund War. amount of $4,021.20. I ISSASpNs
members are: the principal of (Jf!GvtlllJ carried to accept the
Representatives: from Okeecho- Douglas Brown school, D.V..I following transfers In the Shernffs .
bee, Moore Haven and Clewiston Delagall, principal of Booker T.I budget:
met Thursday afternoon in a special Washington, Robert Gamble, Transfer from Expenses other
F, F, A. Monday, agriculture
meeting at the Booker T. -
,
I than salaries $400, Reserve for
principal of Harlem Academy, ; J, ,
Washington! School of Moore Haven A.I r ,ljYdlr room 7;30 p m.
recommendations A Thomas; L. A. Alexander,I FIREMEN: AUXILIARY-Tues contingencies, $2000
to discuss Transfer to: Equipment, $!,-
made to the Glades Teacher chairman, J. L. Augrett, parliamentarian nulNlf"1"1 i n &&i I n nr day, Fire ation: 7:30 p. m 400, Expenses other than salaries .
Association In the Initial meeting Lanie H. Johnson, H AMERICAN LEGION -Tuesday, $100000Motion . y
and to discuss changes and L. McKire, president, Mrs. M. I. Legion Hall, 8pm. made by Rauler
was
amendments to the by-laws and Black, Mrs. Dorsey, Mr. Fairly JAYCEES Tuesday Palmetto and
seconded by Harvey un
son,
constitution. and Mr. Campbell Restaurant, 7:30: p. m.
carried to authorizea
ROTARY CLUB Tuesday, at animously
'sm I li I the Wolf road.
survey on
I
Lakeshore Restaurant, 12:15WOMANS
It was agreed by the Board to
CLUB Thursday at
UiIio"Uli: iJIIIIIiillll1IiJ1I"llllt!' [ ,.1"!::"!'" the Club House, 7:30 p. m. meet Friday, Sept 15 at 7:30: p.
SPECIAL20GAL A bridge Is being replaced on Road 70 east of Okee FINE: ARTS CLUB Thursday, m with the Electrical Contractors .
the Council for discussion 1
and City
chobee, a part of the program to Improve the high members homes, foo: p m of a proposed Electricaland 7 aI .
way which has been resurfaced. Work on the road REVIVAL Assembly of God Plumbing Code
Church, 7:30: p m Ends on
will be completed In about a month, contractors say. Saturday night It was agreed by the Board for

GARBAGE CAN PTA Thursday, 7.30% at the the Attorney to write to the Flor
a r school auditorium ida Industrial! Commission re
questing a survey as to what t
1 1r FIRST PRESIDENTThe type of Industry: is best suited to FIRST HOME GAME FRIDAY NITE

$295 first president of the Okeechobee County OKEECHOBEE vs CLEWISTONxxxxxx
Florida Chamber of Commerceas Motion was made by Herbert,
the late Julius M Burgui!. seconded by Robinson and unanimously
eres of West Palm Beach. carried to adopt the following BEFORE THE GAME? i

30-GAL GARBAGE CAN x resolution RESOLUTION: WHY, OF COURSE, THE l

MINUTES, BOARD OF BE IT RESOLVED that the fol. 1
COUNTY COMMISSIONERSThe lowing street in Okeechobee Lit.
$625Western Board of County Commls till Farms as recorded in Plat SIERRATAT
f loners of Okeechobee County, Book 2, page 100 public recordsof
Florida' met in regular session Okeechobee County, Florida, .
Tuesday, Sept, 12 at 9 a. m with be, and the same hereby accept.
the following members present: ed and declared a county road:
Commissioners John F. Pearce, First Street
Auto chairman: H. H, Raulerson, R.J. PASSED and Adopted In regu
Robinson, Charles W. Harvey lar session convened this 12th
and L. E Herbert; Atorney: W. day of September, A.D. 1961 LOU and OPAL
L. Hendry, Sheriff J. C. McPherson Motion was made by Robin. Phone RO 6-1461 Downtown Okeechobee
Store
Associate Okcccltohee Girl and BroirmV
and Deputy Clerk Gloria son, seconded by Herbert to ceil
Ford.
the portion of the Courthouse.An.
Phone ROdeo 2.2321 Frank Altobello, Owner Scouts Holds First Meeting The minutes of the previous nex used as Civil Defense Headquarters .
meeting were read and approv Voting Yes-Robinson,
The Okeechobee Girl Scouts Pam Hendry. ed.J. Herbert and Raulerson Voting
and Brownie Scouts held their Mrs. Bill Hendry Is the new R Edwards appeared before No-JIarvey and Pearce.
first meeting of the school year troop coordinator of the three the Board and requested the Motion was made by Herbert,
last Wednesday afternoon at the Brownie troops replacing Mrs county build a road to the property seconded by Robinson and unanImously GOING OUT
Womans Club. At this meeting, Haynes E Williams, Mrs. Wil owned by him. Motion was carried to authorize the
11 girls "Flew Up from the liams has become one of the girl made by Herbert, seconded by Clerk to purchase one electric
Brownie troops to the Girl 'scout leaders Mrs. Olin Godwin Robinson ot build this road. Voting typewriter
15 HEAD Scouts !'s' chairman of the Girl Scout or Yes-Herbert, Robinson and The following vouchers were
I Brownies who flew to the ganization here Raulerson. Voting NoHarveyand OF BUSINESS
Girl Scout troop walked across a Mrs Godwin has stated thereis Pearce
bridge, waving farewell to the an urgent need for more lead. Motion was made by Harvey Take
Brownies and one side, and receiving ers in both the Brownies and the seconded by Herbert and unanimously ..c::; ,
DAIRY CATTLE a salute and welcome Scouts Also anyone who is will. carried to grant a gar
from the Girl Scouts on the other ing to assist the leaders with bage franchise to Clifford Free RAILWAYS .
side. their projects will be welcomed man.
-- Motion was made by Rauler
Brownies who flew up and re I son seconded by Robinson and FINAL SALES DAYS :
4 Jersey and 3 Holstein ceived their wings were Nancy unanimously carried to adopt the
Gourlay Sharon Simmons, Dorothy HOSPITALNEWS following resolution: Sept 29 Oct. 9 J
2nd Calf Cows Wright, Alice Bryant, Yvonne RESOLUTION
Chesser Susan Jensen BE IT .
Ruby RESOLVED that the following Q
Fulford, Deborah Mehrer, Mari street in Okeechobee Gardens ;
I .
bn Sweat!, Carolyn Sweatt and Patients released from the Lou Subdivision as recorded in
2 Jersey- Guernsey Holstein Debbie Williams isiana Raulerson Hospital during Plat Book 2, page 30, public records easiest travelon
Two new Girl Scouts registeredlast the past week include Terry of Okeechobee county FlorIda -
1st Calf Heifers Wednesday, They were Cynthia Branchard, Larry Clements: Deloili be, and the same Is hereby earth Everything Must Go
i Canupp and Carol Humph Coker, Beatrice Neeley and accepted and declared county J
ries. Gay Bunhlild transferred baby, Jim Yates, Sue Beaver and roads: NATIONWIDE SERVICE I
from the Pahokee troop, baby, Baby Boy Coker, Ruth 15th street from Avenue CONVENIENT DEPARTURES 50% Off On All Merchandise
All calving in OctoberCALL Other Girl Scouts include Lynn Sloan and Donna Godwin 'E' to the Bill Williams 1
ffelsel, Alice Edenfield, Carol Patients remaining in the hospital Road. 1
Briney, Linda Lefter, Jane include James Rucks, Jeannette PASSED and Adopted In
FORT PIERCE I Pearce, Donna Hoffman Cindy Rode Peggy Crawford, tar session convened this 12th1! MIAMI .
Stratton Belva Hoffman, Linda Myrna Farmer Georgia Graves, day of September A. D. 1961
HOward 1-5011 after 5:00: P.M. .jghtsey. Kaye Delaney, Lanice Joyce Clay and baby girl, Char. A request was received from I Lv. Okeechobee 2:15: PM
ncfcland and Sandra Under les Brown Andrew Gilchrist, George Fewell to close a por Ar Miami 5:50 P1IJACKSONVILLE ALL SALES FINAL
I hill. tion of : i
John Sloan Blanche Tuttle and the Old Quay Road. It
Girls who received the BrownieS one colored patient: Patricia Ann I was agreed by the Board to ad.
i :ar pins were, in troop one, Lisa Butler, age seven weeks vertise for hearing to see if
Jenkins, Hilma Justice, Terry there are any objections to closing PADGETT'SYoung
Beeves. Carla Rucks Debbie this portion of said road. Lv. Okeechobee 12:20: PM
Shires, Susan Shires and Theresa JUDGE FORT MEADE It was agreed by the Board to
ANNOUNCINGOPEN Mae Simmons "MISS FLAME" CONTESTOn have a meeting with all Inter. Ar Jacksonville 6:45: PM
Troop two Julie Ard, Dar Friday, Sept. 8, Bea Brine/ ested parties on the Lake Bound. AgesInfants
ene Enfinger, Karen Holt, Iris and Pearl Godwin of the local I ary at S p m. Tuesday, Sept 2 .
Lightsey, Doris Sandefuu, Cheri Firemen's Auxiliary went to Fort i Motion was made by Herbert BUS STATION
I Lee Simmons Vicki Walker and Meade where they were two of seconded by Harvey and unanimously North Park St. and Childrens Wear
HOUSE OF Jessie Marie Wilson the four judges for the "Miss
I carried to advertise for Ph. ROdeo 2.4561TAAILWAVS Osceola St. Zelmenovitz. Bldg.
Altobello Flame" contest held there. A to. ale
I Troop three Frances the following described forfeiture -
I Nancy Cave, Rose Daniels tal; of 69 lovely girls were enter automobiles:
Ann Godwin, Connie Williams, ed and the local ladies say judgIng One 1951 Ford Pick-Up | ,
The New PIER 66 MARINASEPTEMBER I Kathy Williams, Betty Willis and such a contest is really)] a Job Truck Motor No. FHUNR I


23rd 24th

ANNOUNCING ARRIVAL OF NEW 1962

FREE BOAT RIDES COMING NEXT FRIDAYSEPTEMBER

GAS AND ELECTRICAPPLIANCES

DOOR PRIZESFIRST
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PRIZE


JOHNSON MOTOR I
PHILCO, RCA AND WHIRLPOOL Greater ehotre ..

Gas and Electric Refrigerators Chevrolet Offers 3 Lines for 1962

TAPPAN, CALORIC AND MAGIC CHEF
PIER 66 MARINA Gas Ranges

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HOLLY-GENERAL AND BRYANT

125 Seaway Drive Fort PierceWE'LL Water Heaters I

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STOVES REFRIGERATORS . WASHING
BE OPEN .
MACHINES . DEEP FREEZERS . HEAT. y.5' : -. ..,

AFTER ERS . WATER HEATERS . GAS LIGHTS
THE GAMEMEET
. CAMP STOVES . HOT PLATES .

AIR CONDITIONERS . COMPLETE HEAT.

YOUR FRIENDS ING AND AIR CONDITIONING SYSTEMS .

TALK OVER THE GAME &
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The wide range of choice Chevrolet dealen the Impala Sport Sedan which measure 2091
THE will offer for 1W2\ U hinted In thla three-car Inchea. The, are representative of 32 pagengerphololrl'aph. '
Pictured to overall length car models which Chevrolet dealers will tart
Ysf Ysr are (lop to bottom) the comr..r.Corsair 4 Door displaying September' 29.'I'he new Chevy Il'i\ bow
PALMETTO RESTAURANT Jordan) the 183-Inch Chen II 4-Door Sedan sad la on the same date M other Chevrolet-built earn.,

3 Blocks South of Ball Field-U.S. 441
GAS ANDELECTRIC

Open 'Till 10 p.m. Mon. .Wed .Thurs. FrI. COKER GILBERT CHEVROLET INC.PHONE

MIDNIGHT SAT. and SUN. ;; CO. .

PHONE ROdeo 2.6341

Dining Room Closet 7 p.m. Tuesdays 2 Doors South of Bank on Osceola St. RODEO 2.4231 OKEECHOBEE, FLORIDAPage


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News, Friday, Stpt. 22, 1961 Page 9 Port CharlotteGets I Paul Rogers as principal speak. mall delivery was started at Port CONTAINS CALORIES I be an t o'clock service ot Holy

er. Charlotte two years ago. One pint of whiskey contains Communion In addition to the NOW YOU UN ADD

PostofficeA Postmaster Hugh MacGlbbon The new Po&tottlca( Is the first 1,200 calories, but provides' none I refgutar service,, IENEIAIEIU141C

Classified AdsFor . said a few Interior fixtures remained government building in the of the minerals, vitamins or proteIN I
new postmark "Port Charlotte
to be moved from the "downtown" area of the Light. needed by the body. ASSEMBLY OP COO CHURCH AIR CONDITIOttHIGwimr :
Florida"( has been addedto
contract station which has served house section of Port Charlotte. Rev A, P. Jensen '
> the roster of U S. communities I
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FOR SALE 1959 Chevrolet Port Charlotte for several A bank and a hospital are now( Sunday School, 8:48 p.m. ,

Sale or Rent Parkwood Station Wagon, V-8, a flood and of the requests staff Is for busy"first filling day I years, but that carrier serviceto under construction in the same Church Notes C. A. (Youth) 7.30: ptn. Tuesday TO YOU PKSENT RMNMt

Power steering{ power brakes, covers" from stamp collectors the community's. 3,500 Mad .- area near the existing regional. EPISCOPAL Evening

radio heater, white wall tires. across the nation I Built homes would now originate sized shopping center. Father G org* Cave Morning Worship 1100: am.

FOR SALE: Two bedroom houseto Clean Bargain prince. Phone RO The new Port Charlotte Post from the new building. Sunday School was resumed at Svaneglistic. Rally 7;30 p.m.
be moved, Call RO 8-1835 after 6-1661 write p, 0. Box Wednesday Prayer Meeting and I Ir
or 1537 Office Building constructed by Charles Haas the superintendent ANESTHETIC our church Sunday morning witha .
6 m. 9-8,15 I Bible 7.30 .
p. Okeechobee. 8-221 the MackIe Corporation at General of malls 'said the According to the Florida Alcoholic large enrollment R. T. Bell Study : pm.Editor's

FOR RENT Furnished nice Development Corporation's I hour a day as soon as new wall Rehabilitation Program( fe superintendent ,
I ( Note Any minister
clean one or two room apartment Business ServiceFOR .1 02,700acre west coast communtly Postoffice would remain open alcohol possessesIn some degree Holy Communion Services at :
who choses to have the church
By week or month. Utill. cf nearly 10,000 residents opened 24 hours a day as soon as a all the characteristics of 10 a.m. Sunday.
listed in
this
ties furnished. Road 78, Telephone REPAIRS on Frlgldalre and for business !last. week. new wall of post boxes Is In. a sedative, a hypnotic, an analgesic .I Friday, Sept. 29: St. Michael announcement
call RO 2-3141 and ask
ROdeo 2-3169. toW Maytag Appliances call GIL Formal dedication of the stalled separating the loby from and a narcotic, but Its and all the Angles Holy Communion column INSTALLATION IS EASY/

BERT'S, RO 14231. U handsome structure Is scheduled he work room*. Haas was the characteristic effect Is that of' 9:00 a.m. for Mrs. Delaney No changeswill COST IS LOW
FOR RENT Two room apart. for Oct. IS, with Congressman first carrier when door-tc-door an anesthetic. Sunday, October 1, there will be made after Tuesdaynoon.
ment and trailer cottage Clean. SEPTIC TANKS and GREASE .) . .
Comfortable and reasonable. Utilities TRAPS CLEANED and Repaired .- rtctsriWK-- -

furnished Clyde Hancock N -Phone Okeechobt RO 2-4724 or PUBLIC NOTICE SKIN ITCH CLEAN AIR
of railroad on 441. 9-22 RO 21391. U Roger and Eloise Zeigler Is DON'T SCRATCH ITI

no longer connected with' the YOUR FUTURE teratchlni iprud Infection cun QIHETAIR
FOR SALE Former Women Big Lake Press 0.' Big Lake Office W' 'n Make lhl tuttpply .
of the EmploymentHELP ME: NOT Itchlnsufeu AIR
Club building just south Supply Checks to either down In mlnutti *ntt- Of MQORN!
Sierra Restaurant. Must be moved concern should be mailed to action help: ip d h llns LIVING-
WANTED Young widowor tr.t1n
>tant-drylns ITCHMENOTor
I'' immediately. Best offer gets
girt for house wort and care PP. 0. Box 636, Okeechobee. dh ; eczema, Insect bltei, toe Itch CENTRAL ELECTRIC
U. Phone 23251. 81522.29 : other turtle ruhci It not pleased
of two small children. Live in IS AND GAS CO.
FOR RENT Two bedroom or pour 480 back at any drug atort.l'OPAY
out. Call RO 2-6054 for interview StPADGETT'S
Furnished house. $53 per month. MINUTES, BOARD OP PHARMACY Phone 2.5561

Call D. Clements, 2232.. 9-22 9-22,29 PUBLIC INSTRUCTIONThe 9.29
Board of Public Instruction r
PLANS DRAWN for Residential
FOR RENT One 6 room( S bedroom met In regular session Sep.
and Commercial Buildings RayE.
home with two IN YOUR HANDS
car garage tember 5th. All members were
LantZ RO 24694. 9.1,19.13pWANTED
and laundry house See C. D. present as well as Omar Hunt OKEECHOBEELIVESTOCK
a r
Harden, Telephone 2-2725. 9-22p LAWNS TO MOW. and Carl Durrance. s

Will do by hour Job or contract. MLiutes of the meeting of Aug

Phone RO 2-1154 before 8 a.m. or 7 and Aug. :26 were read and ap
FOR SALE
after 5:30: p. m. Henry Brake proved.

Okeechobee. 9-23p The Superintendent presented
I BEDROOM HOUSE audits as prepared by Jesse R.
CBS FHA ALTERATIONS DRESSMAKING Watford, for all school Internal
MarketYOUR
Gladys Stello, Cabin rear Auction
Low Down Payment AcoouiV.ts.
of Evans Mercantile, East Okee
$U per Me. On a motion by Hope Hendry
chobee. 9-25p
seconded by Jack Coker, the

WRITE BOX 1781 WOMAN WHO CAN DRIVE , Board accepted the audits and

or can If you would enjoy working S or directed that they be made apart HIGHEST PRICESCOME
RO 2.1646Okeechobee 4 hours a day calling regularly of the records to the su

each month on a group ot Studio perintendent's office
7-Mtf Girl Cosmetic clients on a route Mrs. Scran, a parent In East FROMCOMPETITIVE

established In and around Okee Okeechobee area, appeared before .

FOR RENT Furnished cabins chobee, and are willing to make the Board concerning an additional BIDDINGAT

electric kitchens. P. P. Evans, light deliveries, etc., write to bus atop It was agreedby

Phone 23961. 724tf STUDIO GIRL COSMETICS Department the board to make one stop YOURLOCALLIVESTOCK .
SW-9 Glendale, Calif. between West Plaza Street and ,"
FOR RENT Furnished apart. Route will pay up to $500 per East Plaza Street on Road 70

ment in Seminole Apartments hour. 9-15,22 On a motion by Jack Coker, AUCTICMMARKET '
Call RO 8-1496 or inquire at the seconded by Hope Hendry, the

Drive In Theatre after 7 p. m.91t1. Board approved the transporta when
LIVESTOCK FOR SALE save regularly.
Uon agreement with Martin coun you .

FOR SALE Purebred Airedale ty for the transportation of students .
FOR RENT Five room house puppies Lee Hillis Fort Drum. living in the J and S Park
partly furnished in East Okee 60% of Florida Cattle
ROdeo Okeechobee schools. Last year nearly
8-1874. Call after 5 15,22p area to the
chobee. $55 per month. Call RO You can make your own future when you decide to DO
file in Superintend.
Agreement 01
21691. 9-22 LOST Blue and white para. ent's office something about it, instead of leaving it to "happenstance." Sold at Auction

FOR SALE CLARINET, good keet. Lost Sunday afternoon The Superintendent presentedto The most practical, purposeful thing you can do Is to adopta AUCTIONS EVERY TUESDAY
Very tame. Child's pet. If found,
condition. Call WYman 63579, the Board a request by Sylvia policy of systematic saving geared to your objectives.
Call Wherrell Oil Co. RO 24591.915,22p.
Belle Glade, or write: Henry Biters Wolff for an extension of bus PETE CLEMONS, MGR PHONE RO 2.5521

Box 274, South Bay, Flor route 13 to Include the area in
not decide right now to take future Into FLORIDA
Why your your OKEECHOBEE,
ida. 8,15,22 FOR SALE Registered Angus the vicinity of Wolff Bros. Dairy.
Bulls. Registered Angus Cows It was decided by the Board thatno own hands? Chart your own financial course to everythingyou

FOR SALE 5 Lots, 2 blocks Calves at side. P. 0. Box 1537 change would be made la the want to do and have. Then open a savings account here!

west of Catholic Church. Only .. . ...
route. ... .
present "
Phone RO 6-1661. 9-22 -, .' '. w ' "' 'I."
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$400 each. Phone ROdeo 2-4821 I On a motion by Enola Elledge .W'< "'; .'.f:; >j Tjf.t""T, : :",:f. '.t;" l""'" ... ,",c, "f't

after 5. 9-lft I. LOST Female bird dog white I seconded by Dozier Smith the Your bank account will grow faster with the
with red spoil Contact J. G. Kelley Board voted to make an allot. 3 % ; er
WILL SELL OR TRADE House I. 't'I
In Miami for( house In Okeechobee. - i RO 2-6534. 9-22 ment of $60 per month to the aid of compounded interest at current rate of ,fj

Call ROdeo 2-3821. 9-l-22p room.
TRAILER' On a motion by Coker seconded NEWSENSATIONAL
FOR SALE Two Bedroom by Enola Elledge the Board I I'J
frame house In good condition, BARGAINS accepted the resignation of Roy OKEECHOBEE

Completely furnished, Includingair Draughon. custodian of the Primary !

conditioner Price, $4300. Call 1956 Hicks School, and appointed Clay. ; : /" $

RO 2-3189. 8-18tl 36x8 ton Sessions to that position. COUNTY BANKPhone :: .,...................-..................
The Superintendent presented a
OfficeS izH I
FOR RENT Store or MOR-FLEK
down town. $50.00 month, $1999.99 request by Thomas Packing Co. i i :
Carl Stello, Evan's Grocery. that all checks for monies due Rodeo 2-4101 Okeechobee, Florida '! V
8-18p-tf Peerless195030x8 them be made payable to the (
Thomas Packing Co. and the :

FOR RENT: Furnished efficiency I. Okeechobee County Bank. This c :

apartment for two. Ph. $995.00 was agreeable with the Board. "ey "
ROdeo 8-1901. 9-15tf The Board received sealed ;i

Modern Mobile Homes bids on gas oil, lubrication and Lij:

Fred fuel oil as follows:
Rappold
Okeechobee 86" Service, gas
651 Second St. .2565; oil, .40; lubrication $1.50; :'

Ft. Pierce, Fla. No. 2 diesel oil, .1344. REDDY w. y NOW I MULTI-COLOR PAINT jfctIN

WATERFRONTHOME Pure Oil Co., No. 2 diesel oil, 11": t st.;: ;pI A PUSH-BUTTON CAN f.(

FOR SALE .1255. 's" t Tough, durable finish for j$
On a motion by Coker, seconded furniture, cabinets, trim (;*
< .
Iui YOU ACOUSTICON.sCIDVS I by Dozier Smith the Board KILOWATT 1 I'e Moore. Completely washable '&

Mouth of Taylor Subd. Do you think Will you in not accepted the bid of Okeechobee e Many color comblnatloni j J Jt1
heating properly?Wi here helped "66" Service for gas, oil and J Benjemin f.Moorepaint9

4 Bedrooms, Living Rm., AclH m09wePeIp etselon I yw AID with?Cue no test lubrication. Under the above motion dF. A

I ACOUSTICON BECKER CO. the Board rejected all bids HELPS MAKE'FLORIDA } \" %
Florida Room, Kitchen, submitted for fuel oil and the ? r"s
OP FORT PIERCEHO 8
Dining Room Den, Tile Superintendent was instructed to F
1-32M 323 So 13th St. 'lt fo
bids fuel oil, to be
solicit new on
Bath. All electric built-in Member Florida Hearing| AidDealtr'l
SUPPLY
next regular meeting BURGESS CO.
An'n., Inc. opened on ,g Sa
appliances. Furnished or October 2, 1961. r
1 OKEECHOBEE FLORIDA ,4
The Board received -sealed e r.
unfurnished. Large util bids for kitchen equipment as follows 'f'l

ity or guest house. One AnnouncingThe ( : Item 1. One Grate Top ALEADINGAGRICULTURAL

year old. Good terms Range-4 burners; Item 2. Two .w c! lM 1i ; f:: E;! & t'ff Xz7

Opening Of Ranges with 10 burners; Item S. '

One two- eck Oven. E
THE CHANGING
CALL RO 2.7301 Glades Gas Co. total, 1869.30;

THE Alt. 1, 1815.70; Alt. 2211570. .
All items to be delivered and In. IN MOLD om, /,, j f
fTAC1UN0 HEAVV i
stalled. BOXES WAS A .
UNIFORMAND ; J
Edward Don Co, Item 1, STATE j' LOW/MtOfTIN
'V
$341.95; Item 2. $67780; Item 3. 1dy CN6EROUiJ08.Central

MerchandiseLET'S $59570.; Total $1,61643. F. 0. B.


TRADE MOWERS SLACK BARat Factory.Turner-Haack Co., Totoal $!.. d
JUST CALL ROdeo 2-4231 today
71020; Alt. 1, $1.756; F. 0. B. -
tot a FREE demonstration( on
Okeechobee. I .
your lawn. Will trade on the E. H. Thompson! Item 1, $346;

spot Sizes and prices to fit your Item 2, $698.30: Item 3, $623; Total

needs GiLBERT'SDAVE'S 724 Orange Ave. 1667.30; F. 0. B. Okeecho ARM BETTER

TRADING CENTER bee. $ ,, #

Radio and TV Repair I On a motion by Coker. sec-
Kenmore Sew Machine $37.00 A Complete Line seconded by Hope Hendry the

Maytag Washer 6SOO Board accepted the bid of E. H.

Electric Stove ......_. $3500 OfUniforms Thompson for the above Items.
Zenith TV 17" .... $*>.00 On a motion by Hope Hendry,
Baby Bed .. tl6M & Slacks seconded by Enola Elledge, the Florida leads all Southern states have found that every day, in
Board appointed James A. Horton I
with an average value of$68,000 every way, the more they use
AUTOMOTIVE and H. H. Raulerson, Jr., as
Phone HO 4-1049 examining physicians for transportation ., per farm. This is an increase of Reddy's services the more prof.
.
FICKUPS !PICKUPSPICKUPS personnel for the 1961- $40,000 per farm over 5years go. itable it becomes.


New and Demonstrator Fort Pierce, Fla. 62 On school a motion year. by Jack Coker, Florida farmers are producing In the home, too, Reddy is the

PICKUPS From seconded by Hope Hendry, the more on less land . and Reddy No. 1 helper . cooks, heats II
Plenty To Choose
GET THE BEST DEAL Board accepted the resignationof bus driver T is an effective working partner water, refrigerates, washes and
James Stratton as
OF THE YEARat and appointed Earnest Hudson to in cutting costs, saving man. dries clothes, frees everyone for

New Linotype At that position.On {' hours, and boosting profits. more leisure time and Better

Boys SchoolThe a motion by Coker, seconded . In fact, more and more farmers Living Electrically.
by Hope Hendry the following
MznionEquipment Model 31 Linotype a new pupils! were assigned to their H e

addition to the print shop at the respective schools (List on file FLORIDA POWER & LIGHT COMPANY j :py'O

Company Florida School for Boys at Ofcee- fci Superintendent's Office). HIIPINQ BUIID FLORIDA

chobee, has been put Into workIng On a motion by Hope Hendry,
811 South 4th Ft. Pierce operation. seconded by Enola Elledge, the -t1uJ7tOtIad)p f Ic meless Z L'w TODAY,I IAW w oowuwu 1011 AND nr.oAe CIATIC urn CAN Taucwe D.TACIaNe.nr THAT

FOR SALE Clinton Riding The machine was purchased Superintendent was authorized to .' n/rs wA.ewoun Awo nANr eraw.r.o..a.

Mower, Excellent condition. One. In Tallahassee and was trucked pay all bills and payrolls that
:year old $150 cash. Call to the oampua by the printing become due during the month 11 " I. Electric & Gas Co.

Vtteatley. RO 1468. RubJI I Instructor Frank B. Ayers sad when funds we Available. Phone 1-JM1 OKIICHOBIII

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; BEEF LEAN'TENDER
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CHUCK GRAIN FED HEAVY STEER
SHORT RIBS
i LB. 35cBOSTON

;: STEAK 49c BUTT LEAN
,
s PORK STEAK u, 49c

PMtM MAM raQM mmT. PMMHIM-' GRADE A FROZEN LARGEBAKING
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GAD 3 PIg! .. HEN S LB. 39c
I Only Swifts Premium can bring
you the new proten tendered beef
II SUNNYLANDS
I .BEEF $129t with lots of new cuts of steaks and
roast every cut guaranteed tender FRANKS4 2 Lb. Pkg. 89c, .
I f.1 and flavorful.
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J"I With $5.00 Or MoreGALLON .

t Clorox BLEACH Purchase 29c


na .,

'p.m BRYL-CREEM! KING Total Value SIZE $5.87 4.98 89c* $1 1.69

H ONLY
1 PIUS TOP SELLING HI-FI ORDS

BORDENS INSTANTCOFFEE FREESTONE CEDAR ROCK LARGE 1\i CAN
+ M 50Z.Jar 59c PEACHES 19c t

LIBBYS GIANT 46 OZ. CANTOMATO DADS 1/2 GALLON JAR
JUICE 29c ROOT BEER /2 Gallon Jug 39c GOLDEN SELECT LARGE

BAN A N A S
BORDENS-SILVER COW TALL CANS ALL FLAVORS SEALTEST
MILK 3 Cans 29c ICE MILK2 Gallon 49c
;h 3 LBS.WHITE 29c
OPEN PIT-LARGE 23 OZ.Barbecue
CHUNK-REG.SIZE
SEA
GREEN LABEL CHICKEN OF THE
TUNA 3 For 79c Sauce 49c SEEDLESS

WEBBS BEST-LONG GRAIN G RAP E S
OLEO FOOD KING 2 LBS. 29c RICE 3 Lb. pkg. 39cSWIFTS

BROOKFIELD QUARTERS SHURFINE 1 LBS. 2S C
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BUTTER LB. 69c I MAYONNAISE Qt. 49c McINTOSH HH

SHURFRESH STRAINED B-NUT.HEINZ A P P J L E S
Canned Biscuits 3 cans 23c I BABY FOOD 6 For 59CTETLEY

3 LB. BAG 39C
-100 BAGS REG.98e
TEA BAG SALE $1.051 Dristan Tablets only 69c MHFANCY FIRM RIPE


Spry Shortening 3 ib.Can 79c [ TIDE I REGULAR BOX 30c TOMATOES

PRICES ADVERTISED :i 1 LBS.29C
EDD IV S
GOOD THROUGH SATURDAY,
SEPTEMBER 23rd YELLOW MED. FANCY

QUANTITY RIGHTS RESERVED SUPER MARKET 0 N ION 1 S

E.I H. Hargraves,Owner
DON'T FORGET ITS TRADING 6A.M. to 9P.M. 7 Days Weekly 3 1" 9C
STAMPS PLUS AT EDDIES Phone RO 2-4271 East Okuchobee LB. BAG

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