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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 29, 1961
Publication Date: -1992
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Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 82, no. 91 (Sept. 13, 1992).
General Note: "The voice of the Everglades."
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 6, no. 24 (Jan. 8, 1926).
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MOORS 4w Volume 51-Number 12 Okeechobee, Florida, Friday, September 29, 1961 iCe Per Copy Telephones ROdeo 2.3221 and! 2.3141 1

Okeechobee county' courthouse .
if the most beautiful we have

ever fci almost seen and every we have state traveled In the The People May RejoicePTA I Boat Club

union. It's pretty .t night, too. l ls1 New Action Started For Fair
w; By LAMONTE H. MOORE
The county has completed the
Holds]
and One lone diwenter. one out of
decorative lighting project
new globe have been placed on 7,000, opposes one of the biggest To Cruise

all the Light poles.. The marker First Meeting projects In Okeechobee cou-nty
the Creek Flood Control of Lake OkeechobeeRepresentatives
supplied by the state park board Taylor ( Split
ThursdayThe
Dozier Rau-
also help to dress up the front project This man, On WeekendThe
levees sold he did not favor
entrance and planting, done dust Parent.Teacher* Association ,
some year ago by the Garden meeting of the 196I42 county maintenance of the projecton ;: from Glades, and Jack Saunderson were the Involved, and apologised:;: to commissioner

Club is thriving. The St. Lude school year was held last Thurs. the grounds it might raise Okeechobee Boat dub has Hendry and Martin county commissions commissioner from Martin count : George when ht found

county courthouse la being re day night at the school cafeteria. taxes planned a week-end cruise to and State Representative }; Sam Farabee and L, M, Jour. this had not been done

modeled and enlarged and The affair was In the form of a As we see It, installation of the Tropical Fish Camp on the Kisslmmee BH1 Scott of Martin county, nigan from Glades county and Rep, Scott was In charge of

though the changes no doubt will reception for the teachers dreinege project will lower taxes. River Saturday Allen Markham of Okeechobee, Gratton George from Hendl')'. the meeting and l his first words
Sept. 30
Increase efficiency It surely A brief business meeting was When: it Is possible to control and Sunday, October 1. find Joe Peeples of Glades county Hendry county commissioner were to urge haste In taking action

won't help appearances much. held, with announcements from flood water and to control water The Tropical Fish Camp, for. me t with the Okeechobee George said that the Hendry In 1959 the Florida Develop

Surrounded by one-way streets the Halloween carnival commit. during drouth periods there will merly Underbill', county board of commissioners! county: state representative and ment Commission had written:

and cramped up on a small plot tee chairman MM George Burroughs be a greet plenty of citrus in the purchased by Mrs was B. Elliott recently of Tuesday In a concentrated effort other commissioners had not Into a bond! act a clause prohibit

there' little perking room. It Mrs. Burroughs stressedthe area Citrus land is valuable and Belle Glade. The late Mr. Elliottat to bring about fair divisionof been notified of the meeting. Ing the change of county bound.

would seem the St. Lucie county need for volunteers to help appraisals' will be raised. one time held extensive Lake Okeechobee by extending!: Okeechobee county chairm a n aries as long as a county Is commuted
commissioners would have done Miss' Mary Jane Hughes, age with booths and also for dona When It Is possible to control In Okeechobee. He acreage boundary lines to a focal point John F, Pearce had ordered the to a bond Issue. This

better to have moved the courthouse 17, Motor *i Spring High tions for the carnival.At drainage more dairies will come ] a state was formerly in the lake county attorney, W L. Hendry to clause is contrary to legislation

to a more desirable site. School, Scbrtng, Florid, who.. the teachers' reception a to the county. More taxes One Palm Beach county.representative of Jack Williamson, Frank Wacha write letters to all commissioner which does give the state legislature
WM elected the fI rat .t. -
cake, donated by the Okeecho. hag dairy management, McAr- the power to change county
wUe "Mi. Flwrx" at the Those planning to make the
has said to
Nell D. Kerr, who sometimeseubrnila bee Bakery, was presented to thur, according lines.
State Firemen' Convention trip can go by boat, a 25 or 30 ,,.
Brack Cantrell, that unless the
article on world events Donald Lott, the new elementary ii. Scott made the recommendation
In May, 1961, will reign over mile cruise the
up river, or may
i
Taylor Creek watershed ii completed -
and the workings of communism, school principal. George Bel. that the four county boards
the local "Mitt Flame" coM.dand go by car Cabins are available
brought a clipping from a Nash. lamy won the teachers' door they will locate two large make every effort to Intervene,
,
crown the winner en Seturfey for those planning to spend the
rile, Team. paper telling of a prize, a potted palm given by dairies In another county, Plan I to protect the county Interests.
October 14, 191. night, or tent
you may pitch a :
rake fry held by a Nashville the Garden Land Nursery now are to locate here. Some lie urged the boards to attemptto
of course, will prefer to
Raulerson! intimated that the I
lOOia te. On the menu were fried New teachers were given gift sleep in their secure Attorney J. Lewis Hall,
cottoa 3Uth moccasin, turtle and Miss Flame certificates from various local progress of the project has been boats. Attorney for the State Associationof

frog legs. W* killed a cotton. businesses. Mrs. Charles Harvey, kept secret, but on this point he You may carry groceries, but County Commissioners, to rep.

mouth moccasin the other day I chairman in charge of the teach Is mistaken The Okeechobee It is not necessary Under the resent them In a Lee county: bond

that would have been big enoughto Draws 61 ers' reception, had contacted a News has steadily boosted the new management, a well-stock validation! suit, In/ an effort to

serve several people, but we number of the local businesses flood control deal and has on ed camp store has been openedfor t have the olfendkng; clause stricken

didn't even remotely consider I and expressed gratitude at the numerous occasions printed stories those who prefer to do their sy'IS from the bond act. The clause

eating it. I fine response. concerning it. All the trans own cooking, or you may eat in f was instrumental In defeating a
ContestantsThe actions are on public record and the new restaurant-catfish: all
Among the business places give bill introduced by Rep Bill Scott
available to you can eat, il.25, or chicken,
flub will anyone
The Okeechobee Boat ing gift certificates were four and: Rep Allen Markham at the

have a little Boat-a-cade of its beauty shops-Anna Jane's, B- Landowner: to be benefited by same deal, for $1,SO. last session of legislature, for equitable

own this week end when several "Miss Flame" contest, Lovely, Ann's and Ruby Wheatly, the drainage have been assessedand Plans are to leave Saturday Jt division of the lake, The

boats will cruise to the Under sponsored by the omens Auxll Badcock and Dixie Home furniture have paid $80,000. The federal afternoon and return Sunday. bill was originally drawn by the

bill camp up the river. It'll be lary of the Volunteer Firemen, stores, Fair Store, Sandra government will spend about You may travel ahead, along or two representatives.

different from the Kissimmee so far has a list of 61 girls, who Dress Shop, \Vilma's Dress Shop one million dollars on the deal behind that schedule A trip with Scott said that Glades county

Boat-a-cade which so studiously will compete for the title from and Park Drug Store. and thousands of man hours of the boat club Is always an enjoyable with 20 per cent of the lake wi:h-

avoids Okeechobee. This cruise this county Also donating certificates were labor will go Into it, Earnings by affair It is a closely In Its boundaries has never collected .

will be a friendly, leisurely trip The crowning will be held at three restaurants-Southland, Sierra these construction workers will knit group always ready to helpa any money from the state

covering less than 60 miles over the school auditorium on: Oct. 14, and Gladys, and two service be spent in Okeechobee That, of fellow cruiser and: they know t for the area of the lake that they

a two-day period (some sportsmen and out of town judges will pronounce stations, Mr. Hancock's Standard course, will be temporary employment how to have a good time. ailt own. The money has always goneto

taking three days). They'll the winners. Judges will Oil and the Okeechobee Atlantic but the additional All interested( are asked to let Palm Beach county

fish and camp and cook and be selected from the ranks of the station dairy workers, citrus workers, Commodore Lennie Berger or He urged the representatives

sing. They'll visit and swim. And state officers of the auxiliary, New teachers this year include farmers and others will be per. secretary Wilburn Lawson know from Glades to enter Immediatesuit

they'll have fun. Kissimmee is and a number of state officers Mrs. Clara Bell, Miss Katie manant.! It would be difficult to your plans-if you plan to go, Left to right. . M. W. Matz, general commercial to secure their share of the

not Invited.A are expected to attend. May Jones, Mr, and Mrs, Otis I estimate In dolalrs and cents how many in the -party, will you manager of the Inter-County Telephone and Tele state funds paid on area. Such a
Mabe Russell Douglas, Miss Patricia what the gain to Okeechobee want a cabin, restaurant meals,
According to Mrs. Odin Godwin, graph Company Lamonte H. Moore editor of the suit will prevent Palm Beach
lot of people are congratulating chairman, and Mrs. Leroy Bri- Strain, Donald Lott, Mr. county; will be, but It's tremendous Saturday 'night; or just Sunday.: county from floating a proposed
and Mrs. Wayne Burk Mr. Cabin Okeechobee News, and R. M. Gay, District Manageralso
Mr. cell, cochairman, practice session and Mrs Travis Hankins, reservations may be bond issue with the Intention of
and son on their beautiful new for the girls who are regis and Mrs. Gene Mixon, Mr Mary Judge C. E. Bryant Cantrell, made by writing! Mr*. B. Elliot, from the telephone company, discussing the tying: up boundary lines for another

home in Watts Park. We attend tered will be held Thursday of Graham, Mr. Phoebe Raulerson. Frank Williamson, and a number P. 0. Box 1654, Okeechobee. new equipment that is being put into operation at 20 or 30 years

ed a house warming at the new this week (tonight) and Tuesdayard Mrs. Jeanette Demeter, Miss Ellen of other prominent people of the local plant.

home Thursday night and in. Thursday of next week at the Altord, James Spooner, Jack Okeechobee have worked for Bank Robbers chobee It will be for A committee' composed of the
apected this home. They've been school auditorium from 7 to 9 o'1 Marcum and Mrs. Avilla! MeCrocklm years to make the project are. When K comes to the latest necessary state representatives from the
all Exchanges to
keep their olld
planning and saving for years clock. Mrs. McCrocklln had ality. The county commissioner In Okeechohee features In communications, four counties was formed with

and have grown all their own taught in the Okeechobee schools voted unanimously to support it. Okeechobee will take a back seat directory and use the present Scott as chairman to representthe
wonderful The Aoillary has planned many Two tmatilla\ bank robbers Okeechobee numbers until the counties.. Scott was to contact
shrubbery It's a some time ago, and: was welcomed The county will have the Taylor to no one after the "cu'over"
for other features that will make an used Okeechobee of "cutover" date, Oct 22. attorney Hall Immediately, A
glad )
house ande are back. Creek Flood Control. The peoplecan as a part on Sunday, Oct 22.
Wayne and Millie. It* people like enjoyable evening for those in The room count attendance : rejoice. their escape route according to The Inter-County: System now resolution was drawn which will
"Out with the old and In with
them that makes Okeechobee attendance, including a baton awards went to Mrs. Bellamy'sfirst reports by the Federal Bureauof has almost 56000 telephones in be adopted by the county: boards
twirling exhibition performed by the new, is the theme at Okee.hobee's its 13 and main. .
such a nice place in which to grade, for the primary Investigation. county area authorizing an equitable expenditure
Susan Deloney and Rhonda Ard, telephone office these tains over 35,000 miles of of funds based the
iw,. school, Robert Raulerson and Building Code The Pair, Identified as J D long on: area
a song and: dance team compos : Frankie Montgomery' rooms I Rowe of Coleman and Leslie days as factory workmen busilygo distance circuits To operate and of the .lake involved for each
ed of Janet and Ronnie Hayes, Must Wait about installing a new local maintain this vast to the bill
Records at the county superIntendcnts were tied for the elementary honors Barnhart of Eagle Lake, left communication county, help push
that and other features that will be exchange dial system network through the next legislature and
office show enrollment and Miss Patricia Strain the stolen requires over 650
car they were drivingat
: in the first grade in announced at a later time. claimed the attendance prize for Hopes for a quick acceptanceof a Fort Pierce garage where Company officials ated that employees, to pay for legal help in setting

Okeechobee has doubled duringthe Junior Martin will play the the high school. a county building code were they asked it to be repairedand the new facilities representingan aside the bond act clause! Expenses .
past five years, reflecting the piano for the entrance of the contestants dashed Tuesday morning when painted investment of about $150,000 will be shared as follows

tremendous growth of the count and admission will be John Pearce, chairman of the are necessary to meet the In- Party Friday Glades, 49,9 per cent: Okeecho

}', In 1956, 102 pupils enrolled; charged at SOc for adults and 25c Two Hurt In Board of County Commissionerstold They then hitchhiked to Okee- creased demands in service in Gilbert big annual new Chevrolet bee, :24 6 per cent, Martin, 20.3

this fall there was an even 200. for the children member of the Contractors chobee, FBI officer said, where county, The rate of growth in party will be held Fridayat per cent and Hendry: 52 per

The Auxiliary asks that all attend Tuesday WreckTwo Assn. that no money had been they took a !train and headed Okeechobee has been outstanding the Chevrolet Agency when the cent. Fair division will mean an

Church and see our "Mi&s Flame" women were seriously Injured budgeted for that The north and this large investment 1962 Chevrolets, Oldsmobiles and additional $55800 to the Glades

Baptist crowned by the state "Miss in a traffic accident about Board expressed doubt purpose.that fees Three men had robbed the !ls indicative of our faith in continued Jeep will be shown. Gilbert Cul- county treasury, $27,400 to Okee-

Ordains DeaconsDuring Flame" Mary Jane Hughes of Se- a half mile south of the Okee from building permits and licenses Vmatilla bank and in the process growth of the area. breth, owner, will as usual act chobee, $20.600 to Martin and $5,.

bring. The Auxiliary spokesmansaid chobee city limits Tuesday night would pay Inspection and shot a conservation officer Ray Mullis, local manager, es master of ceremonies. I 900 to Hendry,
the evening serviceson that the money: that is received They are Mrs. Vonceil Brown of clerical costs. seriously and wounded him said all the latest ImprovementsIn Though the party will run all It was noted that a state supreme

Sunday, Sept. 24, the First will be used to further Okeechobee and Mrs Shirley Davis : The Board was reluctant to George Dardane was soon apprehended telephony are incorporatedIn afternoon, highlight will be at 6 court decision awarding

Baptist Church held an ordination and purchase equipment badly of Moore Haven. the Palm Beach County the other two a few the new dial equipment For p. m, when attendance: prizes Glades county their rishlful!
accept
service for the purpose of needed for the Volunteer Fire Mr. Davis, driver of the car, general building code M it days later Only $335 was takenin instance, If you should dial an will be awarded. Winners must share of the lake area funds,

ordaining two deacons. I Department of Okeechobee apparently lost control of it andit the robbery. unused nuumber or disconnected be present, Kenny Ford, gales would be a major victory in the
stands, fearing that much of
The men ordadned Were: Thom. I left the road, turning over several it does not apply to Okeechobee number, a recorded voice will manager said.Okeechobee. battle to divide the lake.
as Nix and Alexander (Scotty) times ApparenUy the car
county. The builders had asked Boy Scouts On politely advise you that the number
Wright Church Of God was traveling at high speed. the Board to accept the code, you dialed Is not in use. Number '
The pastor, Cooper Marshall, Both women are patients:! at \the OKEECHOBEE MAY
changes will also be thingof
subject to amendment, rather Rotary Program a
served oderator The Field .
as Youth Enter Okeechobee hospital.Colored
the With the
than going to the additional cost past. present
Secretary of District 12, Rev Three Okeechobee Boy Scouts
of drawing and having printed system, l you moved or wantedto
Howard Smith of Fort Pierce, Contest Bennie Dixon Weiss En/inger
Man a new codaObjection change from a four party line BECOME A CITRUS
conducted the doctrinal. examInation j and Archie Lee, appeared on the
to a code was voiced to a one party line, it was necessary
Sam Davis the senior The Okeechobee Church of God Shot in Argument program before the Rotary Club
to change telephone
by two or three present, *B say.ing your
deacon of the church, led in the Is observing the National October Tuesday noon. They spoke on a
A tavern quarrel in Colored they felt since it was their number Now the new equipment, COUNTY
SOONto
ordaining prayer Outbreak which Is a contest to trip they made to a national however eliminates all these
Town Saturday night resuKed money being spent they shouldbe ,
Johnny Mack Kuisaul, a deacon Increase attendance In Sunday Scout meeting in Bloomington,
allowed It for buildIng changes, and a subscriber can
in the shooting of one man and to spend -
read the scripture. Jack School and youth programs. Ind, during the summer. I
Coker, chairmen of the Deacons, The local church has been challenged the jailing of aother. Bystanders as they saw fit, without Interference The Okeechobee group two now move to any location with county Is slowly opening t> the Indian River variety.. Some
said that Willie! Carter came from a building In in the exchange and keep his I to new Industry and south land Is
Introduced the two candidatesto by the Northside Church carloads of Scouts spent four a a county also well situated

the congregation assembled. of God of St. Petersburg for a at Frank Glover with a knife. spector. days on the road, camping at same number. potential great future. for citrus. Much of the
themes Glover drew a pistol, the witnesses Several contractor stated a Another outstanding feature county is the type of land with
Brother Marshall brought six weeks attendance program night and gained considerable In 1954 a census found about
&ge. After laying on of and the Sunday School Superintendent said, and shot Carter, code would not affect their experience they will always described by R M.electronic Gay, district tester 200 acres of citrus groves In the underlying hard pan that is of

hands and the extending of !the John Smith, has gone 'the bullet entering Just below building! in any way and was remember, the boys said They manager, was an county. At the present time some unknown quality as far as citrusIs

right hand of Christian Fellow. all out to appoint committee to the collar bone. of no use to them except as told of the huge meeting, at which that au'omatically examines 1500 acres are In trees and that concerned, Boyles said Experimental .
Carter taken to the hospital protection from out side competition. all the telephone number In work Is being done it
was
chip, the benediction was offered help Increase the local Sunday more than 3,000 boys were present will be boosted to over 2000
by Thomas Nix.'Chobee. SchooPattendance. Glover to the county jail. A. A. Scott, bead of the Okeechobee and prints a trouble acres by mid.1962, with probable this type land In other sections
,association! sold It was of great report showing the telephone and may prove successful, thereby
development: starting on 3,000 to
The Introducedby
Scouts were
value\ to those who will build number and the nature of the opening all of the county to
Third CD Ben Dixon, Scoutmaster Russell 5,000 acres more during next
Brahmans homes, assuring them of safe trouble. possible citrus production, Land
Tigers Class HeldThe and proper construction.In Douglas\ also attended the Gay further stated that K year.Most adjoining the Klslsmmee river

I an. open. discussion by theBoard Tuesday meeting. would be necessary to change all of the present groves are will be greatly Improved for citrus

third class on Civil Defense Commissioner L. E. Herbert the telephone number in Okee- in the northern part of the county production: when and If the

Of Clewiston Play 0.0 TieThe and preparedness was held did not favor a code stating Court Sold chobee exchange on cutover day, The Boree grove at Fort river Is dredged under the flood

Monday night, with an attendance he did not think the county Oct 22. All telephone numbers Drum was planted In the last control program, The major problem
of 91, Bobby Lamb, instructor 'was ready, W G Brantley of Arcadia has will start with the familiar ROdeo year, ISO acres W F. Allen has In that area at the present
Brahmans playing a tight Inson' pass to kill the only serious discussed of Improvising purchased the Pages Auto Court 20 acres of producing grove and
ways Charles Harvey was In favor 3, but the last four digits time Is drainage:; The same holds
defensive held the dew- scoring threat of the game shelters in the event of radio from Mrs, George Woolen, who is 60 acres of new. Herbert Pulitzer
game, of a code, but felt it was unfair the will change. The Company true to the Taylor Creek watershed
iston Tiger to a scoreless tie at Clewiston managed to move the active fallout, and also listed to charge outside contractor had owned and operated now preparing a set of two temporary a member of the Pulitzer area.

the local field Friday night The ball to the 15-yard line In the necessary supplies for a shelter more for license than local place since 1957. Brantley took number cards for each Publisher' family is developing Even the most pessimistic viewof
to third quarter but lost it on downs. over at 1 p. m. Wednesday, September 320 of Fort Drum and
Okeechobee team had hoped acres east :
builder. He was told that all subscriber and they will be citrus production In the coun-
repeat the 15 to 0 drubbing they Coach Ray Morris In a statement Next class will be Monday evening counties In the area followed 20.Brantley. placed In the mall about Oct. 1. a Mr. Hulme, step son of Arnold ty indicates a tremendous )Increase

handed the Clewiston squad last after the game, said he at 7;30 at the Methodist that practice.. says he plans extensive The temporary number cards Johnson, former owner of the K In grove land In the next

year, but ran Into an unexpected I was well satisfied with the Brahman church annex.Yearlings. John Pearce favored a code changes In the operation and are gummed on the back slide C Athletic, 1 Is developing an adjoining five to ten years.
that held them to game. "The boys played the will add some business features. 320 acres. The Flying B
defense! but felt that sane should be and the subscriber should stick Boyles said that sugar people
to improve
Construction ha started
failed topenetrate I type game we wanted them to ranch has 400 and Frank
and acres
four first downs
To drawn to fit the county. "Smce and increase the size of these new numbers on the dial were also eyeing the county with I
Most are won on defense.
Williamson has
the visitors 30 yard play game 500 to 600 acres
the old number.. the object of cane produc
have until over sugar
next
we no money the store building.
We made a few mistakes, We
six old.
toe. Oct. 6 none over or years
Play year, there 1 is no hurry. I sug The new 1961 South Centarl tion. Sugar cane growing first
for them. I thinkyou'll
The rolled tor nine first but made up There are several' small
grovesscattered
Tigers all started around St. Cloud he said
Florida ,
gest the builders and the Board CRITICALLY ILL directory containing ,
Junior Football
tthe see a big Improvement on The next game
down and twice passed over the county.
: get together and work one up Luther Davis who has been ill the new telephone numbers Is and It has been proven that while ,
both offensive! and defensive play will be played on October 6 at ,
lin..
Brahman 20 They mov
ed to the Brahman yard 2-yard line in the next couple of games" he 4 p. m. with Lake Placid. before' then," he IBid with tuberculosis for many years, now being printed and will be Acordarvg to Cliff Boyles, county oil of the type found la Okee I

Ronnie Robinsonto said. The Brahmans, Senior, do not Both R. J. Robinson and Hiram I Is reported In critical condition: belivered between Oct. 10 and agent, several thousand acre chobee county produces only
on a pass play The effective date will be In the northern county are high about half the tonnage per acre,
Beardsley tl the thirdquarter. The Brahmans: will play their have a game on that date. The Raulerson agreed with Pearce.No at the TB SanUarlam In Tampa. 14.
Wayne
On the net play Brah first conference game at Arcadia I, Junior team Is known as the date was set for a meetingof Davis has been a patient there Oct 18, for all South Central ly suitable for grove land, capable the cane produces about twice

man Alex nriford picked off Rob- this Friday night Yearlings the two bodies. for the past three month. Florida exchanges except Okee of producing fruit superior the amount of sugar.Ink ,

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Page 2 Okeechobee Florida, Friday, Sept 29, 1961 Maintenance On PatriotismBy

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Okeechobee NewsEntered WatershedIs RespectTo


as Second Class Matter July I. 1911. at the Post Office laOkeechobee. Favored FlagBY
Florida, Under Act of March 8, 1879 Considerable controversy was DONALD MACK GILBERT'S ANNUAL

Subscription Price (Un advance per year $3.00 raised over the proposed Taylor
Two Years $3.00.; Six Months $2.00. Shorter periods not accepted. Creek watershed, at the meet. Someone remarked: Americans .

LAMONTE. MOORE. Publisher log of the Board of County are those strange oafs who
EMMALENE B MOORE. Advertising Manager Commissioners Tuesday Dozier lack culture polish, backgroundand

PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY AT OKEECHOBEE., FLORIDA .iRaulerson raised strenous objections tradition and have learnedto
to county maintenance live together However: In
have wlrelng a little too small Of the watershed. Appearing he this country the citizen is assumed CHEVROLET
or pipes that aren't big enough insisted as a private citizen, he to be a patriot until proved .
HERE, THERE h suit the code already on hand, asked that his objections be en- otherwise and if he makesa
then we want to use it if we see entered In the minutes of the jot of k we wonder what he
tf fit. We can replace it later with meeting as a matter of record.It is selling.We .
BY the proper material." was hit contention that the Americans, the proud and

'r only benefit derived In the the brave, need to rekindle our
\ fir, EMERSONMOOR. THEY CANT seem to get it. county from the drainage program fires and become good neighborsand
through their heads that building
a
would be to landowners live closer together once
code is for their protectionand in the .area. He stated that It more, In time of war patriotismgoes
benefit. They holler about would: be unfair to other taxpayers up like the mercury In the PARTYFRIDAY
added cost of and of I loss
graft
4: 5a In the county to saddle lUiemonveter In the summer
of liberty. They are protesting.I them with the maintalnence of sun, and after the battle U over
& YONDERTHE something they should have demanded
the drainage system. He did k goes down like the Titanic.
years ago.TWENTYFIVE not object to the project Itself. When the colors were marched
BIG LEAGUE home run His was the only voice raisedIn down the field at the football
marathon for 1961 has run its years ago, 90 objection and he was greatly game Friday night the spectators
course and I, for one, am gladto per cent of the people had outdoor outnumbered by those present >Arose but it looked like
see the old "Babe" hang on to toilets. In most place laws who favored the program. The k hurt some of them. If we who SEPTEMBER 29 1961
his title. It was a good race forbid this practice: today. Okee county board has favored the are adults have no respect for
. chobee has ruled them out. If ,
while it lasted. watershed since its origin. OUR FLAG then how can we
someone in town were to stick Chairman John Pearce slated
expect: the leaders of tomorrowto.
ROGER MARIS is a fine ball one up on their back lot, no that he felt that additional tax. We must set an example
player and from what we heara doubt quite a stink would be es from increased property val. for them as they will do as we ATTENDANCE PRIZE DRAWING PROMPTLY AT 6 P.M.
right nice fellow but he lacks raised. Another blow to life lib toes would take care of the main.
the color and arrogant confidence erty and the pursuit of happiOKEECHOBEE Lalnance. do.In .
any country you may travel
of the "Babe", ness. G. E. Bryant; Jr., A member or visit, if you would but ask
of the watershed committee spokeIn ; your host or guide about the
WE CAN'T SEE Maris with could stand another favor of the project. He said flag I Ms thoughts would proudly .
two strikes on him, pointing out ordinance or two. We have FREE
that the county maintained express his partiottan to his GIFTS FUN FROLIC
heard it quite seriously discussed
in
a spot the stands then drivingthe roads that were used by onlya county and his flag. Our Flag
next he at the meeting of the city council
: pitch exactly where
few people, whereas the drainage is one of the main ties in our
pointed Babe Ruth did it. Ruth, whether It would be infringing would
benefit the Unity
program ,
the day before a world series on the rights of people] to
county as a whole, not only in Daniel Webster once stated:
prohibit the raising of hogs and
game: promised a hospitalised
Increased taxes from the "Let objects be
area our our country,
lad not one but two home runs, other livestock in town. We personally
but In additional employmentand our whole country, and nothing
and got them. Don't believe Roger don't want a bunch of
I from citrus but And, the ATTENDANCE PRIZES
payrolls groves our country. by
Mans would have that kind of hogs wallowing, with their accompanying I
and farming. blessing of God may that country
confidence. Maybe he'll developthe smell sad flies next
"Darles axe passing Okeechobee itself become a vast and
door to We'd rather have tMout.ooor
color and confidence in the us.
toilet. county and existing dairies splendid! monument, not of oppression .
next few Until then we '
years. are looking to Highland and terror, but of wisdom .
feel the Babe's record will stand.
TO SUM IT ALL UP we favora County where the county Is very and peace and of liberty,

WE HAVE HEARD some pro building code. We also favorcountywide cooperative" In drainage problem upon which the world may" gaze COME-SEE THE NEW CHEVROLET, NEW OLDSMOBILE, NEW
he said. with admiration forever.
We believethe
test, especially from rural areas zoning.
about the county adopting a hogs could be zoned out of This was borne out by a rep. If you show great respect for
building code. Most of It is basedon the residential areas into the ag resentative of McArthur dairy our colors la unity then others
hearsay since no one except ricultural. The whole deal. if no-th of town. "McArthur has around us will also have respectfor JEEP. REGISTER FOR BIG ATTENDANCE PRIZES TO BE
the builders and city and county adopted will be new and no spent over $300.000 on clearing them. Pay respect to the
commissioners attended the pub doubt will need some amending I and drainage. He has a new American Flag wherever you
lic meeting:! Friday Sept. 15. but it Is necessary to the growth building nearing completion" he may see them displayed, gaze
"They tell us that in other counties and progress of the community. said. He also stated that McAr upon it proudly. Many men before GIVEN AT 6 P.M. YOU MUST BE PRESENT TO WIN.
you can't even drive a nail It could get out of hand but only thur had two barns on the lower us have died so that we may
without a building Inspector look. if it Is not properly supervised. east coast that would! be moved have the happy privilege! of flying .
log over your shoulder . etc. and intimated that unless the Old Glory over our nation.
. etc. . they tell us, "We Instruction in moral things is county was willing to cooperate Don't expect world conditions
don't want someone to tell us most necessary to the making of I in draining problems they to improve very much until

how to build our houses. H we the highest type citizen. may locate in Highlands County, people do.TAMMY GILBERT CHEVROLET CO. INC.
He stated that Okeechobee Coon- :
ty was at the present time the ,
LOUISE CASSELS Z
largest dairy producing county _
Farming is Florida's largest business. Every 'in the state and ranked secondIn A daughter? Tammy;Lotgse, Okeechobee, Florida Phone ROdeo 2-2431
[ the nation and that drainage was born Se*. 22 at .the local
farmer is a business man running a private .
problem- hospital to Mr and Mrs. Lawrence
i was definitely a county
business which is a part of this industry that is I A land owner pointed out I' Jasper Cassels. The Infant

larger even than the factories with their many that citrus was a major item weighed seven pound at birth : '

employees and important payrolls. In the drainage deal. "The government --- :
is spending $1,000,000 -TODAY
on the Taylor Creek watershed. ,
Florida's farm businesses are run by many Landowners have spent about

thousands of owners. Each is important to the $80,000. If a project of this size

well tection being of of many its owner of the and farm operator.businesses The pro in the that county landowners is must so much be maintained then benefit the to tax the by A New World of Worth from Chevrolet for 962!


Okeechobee County from such disaster as fire from that area should be kept

storms accidents and so on are in the handsof in a separate fund and put back:

T. Bergen, your County Farm Bureau insurance dnto the area," he said.
Pearce stated that savings inroad
agent. damage caused by\ high

water would more than pay for

Mr. Bergen is a very important man for you the cost of malntainance. He
said that the county spent over
to know. He takes the risk out of your business $10,000 on road repair after the 6 M S b ,

if you are a farmer. His policies cover your last bad storm because of water

farm your vehicles, your equipment, your damage.He .
home and barns, your life and those of your called for a motion from
I
the citizen body attending the
loved ones. If your farm business is not fully
maintain-
meeting to stop county
protected, call Okeechobee County Farm ace. None was made He then .
Bureau today at RO 2.1201, So. Fla. Office announced that the board was I
Supply Bldg. unanimously! in favor of the I
watershed and that it would be
I maintained by the county
He assured Raulerson that his
objection woulud be recorded in '6g Impala Sport Coupe-wit* a roof lint that lookt Wee a oavertiolfr

the Minutes.
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has Donna been given Gall k the the daughter name born that (62 CHEVROLET Rich new styling with Jet-smooth ride 1 ;

GOING OUT September 30 to Mr and Mrs.
Paul Dale "Pete" Clay. The girl Here's everything a ear fancier could want. Fresh- It's like owning an expensive car withoutthe put all the way up to 409 hp. New steel

weighed 5 pounds and 4 ounces minted style that cornea to a climax In the sportiest expense. Check it over from its clean- front fender underskirts guard against cor
at birth at the Louisiana Rauler thrusting prow to ita rakish rear deck. rosion. Even the heater and defroster com
son Hospital. sport coupe you've teen yet. A road-gentling Jet. Then-head for the open highway That as standard equipment this year. This is

OF BUSINESS smooth ride. A new choice of V8 skedaddle. Rich aittin'-on-eatin feeling you get ia Chevrolet' the kind of car that will make you feel

r Body by Fisher interiors. Beauty that's specially famous Jet-smooth ride at work. The luxurious all over, and your' Chevrolet

GILBERT built to stay beautiful. Here in '62 is more than ever standard six and V8 are triggered to do dealer will be only too happy to show yoa
- pedal thing on regular gas, and for real how easy it la to
THEATRE to please you from the make that pleases most hair-trigger reflexes you have a choice of one of your own. have

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Okmhobo Florida, Friday, $ pt. 29, 1961 Page 3
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Church Notes BvaneglLsttc Rally 7:30: p.m. ,,;,,. SUPER-RIGHT" WESTERN FULLY COOKED
Wednesday Prayer Meeting and r.4rr 7ly' s'e.
EPISCOPAL ?rh(
Bible Study 7:30: pm.Editor's
Father C* rgt Caw
Sunday School was resumed at ( Note: Any ministerwho
our church Sunday morning with choses to have the church
a large enrollment. R. T. Bells announcement listed in this
superintendent. column call RO 2.3141 and ask
Holy Communion Services at for Mrs. Delaney. No changeswill
10 a.m. Sunday. be made after Tuesday h
Friday, Sept 29, St. Michael noon.)
end all the,Angles Holy Com
munion, 9:00 .
: a m.
Sunday, October 1, there will NEW BUSINESS
Florida accounted for 5,8 per It SHANK. OK BUTT PORTION
be an 8 o'clock service of Holy .
cent of new firms established In
Communion In addition to the the nation during the first six
refguiar service, months!: of this year, the Florida
State Chamber of Commerce re '
ASSEMBLY OP GOD CHURCH ports. '
R.v. A. P. Jensen '
Sunday School, 8:45: p.m.C. If a friend Informs us of a
A. (Youth) 7:30: p.m. Tuesday fault, do we listen patiently to :
Evening the rebuke and credit what is
Morning Worship, 1100: am. said? Mary Baker Eddy. .
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NOTICE


GAS USERS '" SMITH'S PRIDE U.S.D.A. INSPECTED QUICK FROZEN CORNISH ((18 to 22-Oi. AVG.)


i GA M E HEN S EA.59c

COKER GAS AND ELECTRIC CO. HAS PUR. CAP'N JOHN'S FALL
CHASED LAKESHORE GAS AND HAS ADD.
ED A COMPLETE LINE OF GAS AND ELEC. SEAFOOD SALEI
TRIC U.S.D.A. INSPECTED GA. SHIPPED WHOLE
APPLIANCES, BOTH RESIDENTIALAND
JUST HEAT AND EATI


INTRODUCING COMMERCIAL.RALPH. HOUGH, NEW SER. FISHSTICKS FRY F E R S LB.29c

VICE REPRESENTATIVE FOR GAS AND

ELECTRIC TRAINED MECHANIC APPLIANCES.AND HE HAS IS A ATTENDED FACTORY 3Pe4h Jmite & (Vegetable!

MANY REFRESHER COURSES. HOUGH HAS
HAD SEVERAL YEARS EXPERIENCE ANDIS 10 Oz. 00 CORN, Roasting Ears .. .. .. ... .......................... A for 29c
A HIGHLY SKILLED TECHNICIAN. 3 PKGS.QUICK $1 3 LB. YELLOW ONIONS ... ... .. .......'....., ............ ...., 23e
10 LB. BAG POTATOES .................................,..... 49c
1 LB. CARROTS .. .. ... ........................................ 19C
FROZENHaddock t;. 2 LB. CARROTS .,.....................,...... ................. 35e
COKER GAS AND ELECTRIC HAS A POLICY CELERY . ..... .. .. ....................................... 23e
Of "NO EQUIPMENT RENTAL AND NO DINNERS l 49c RED DELICIOUS APPLES .. . . . .... ..................... 4 tb. 49c
MONTHLY MINIMUM." pgg,

QUICK FROZEN RED DELICIOUS


GET DEPENDABLE NOW READY AND FOR MAKE WINTER.GAS ARRANGEMENTS SUPPLY.GET YOUR HEATER FORA Scallop DINNERS 8oz-::49c TO K.A Y G RAP E S 2 Lbs.29c


.
. 2.4a, # FANCY RID RIPE


t COKERGas TOMATOES 2 29c

I & Electric Co. 3 MEATY DIETS Lbs.
; (twelve 1lb. cans In ctn. 89c)
: NOW AVAILABLE AT A&PI JANE PARKER JIFFY
PHONE RO 2-6341
108 S. OSCEOLA 2 Doors S. of Bank DAILY I Fruit Cake 1 W4 sake '1.49 Biscuit Mix 2V4 lb. pkg. 39c


DOG FOOD JANE PARKER (For Low Caloric Diets) GOLD MEDAL

r FINAL MARKDOWN Glamour Bread Loaf' 25c Plain Flour 5B': SSe
1 LB
I ON 6 CANS 45 C

COTTON DRESSESBROKEN A&P FROZEN CONCENTRATED FOR COOKING and SALADS

SIZES DAILY Orange Juice 5 Canss z. 87c Mazola Oil Quart Bottle 65c

STYLES $300AND Kibbled Bits 5 Lb.Bag 49c
ANN PAGE 100% CORN OIL DOLES PINEAPPLE

GOLD SEAL 1 Lb. 46 Oz.
Margarine 31c JUICE 4 99c
JEWELRY CLEARANCENECKLACES Dog Food 61Js' 79c Ctn. Cans


EARRINGS 1 51* UU WILSON'S (WITH BEANS)

PINS for H HERSHEYS, MR. GOODBAR or KRACKN CHILI I I A H'/z CANS Of. 99c t>FF!


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IONA HALVES OR SLICESPEACHES \


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I WHITE HOUSE

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D1111Rft TO SUCCEED
LIKELY
WHOLE BERRY OR JELLIED MONHT
ON ANY CAMPUSI TEA BAG 5 49c
Pkg of 64 bags DRY MILK!
wuw 4.
CranberrySAUCE 12 Qt Package
TUDOR IN CTN.BEERorALEI2,20B$1.59.

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Feral ireen "io ,! 1 .


2c OFF DEAL .
All Flavors Liquid 8 Oz. Cans -.
METRECAL .. . .................. .. .. 6 for $1.79Sunshine r,)' 4
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MachineWashable COOKIES Hydrox.. .. .. ................... 1 Ib.pkg. 39e ,'..' ".(."..\\1,:_: .'t.. ./' ' .
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16 Oz. < C A&P Mild Cheddar -" I, 'I

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Pillsbury or Ballards 8 Oz. Cans JANE PARKER PARKER Gold Of Morfcl
Slid Cordut'aWITH ) BISCUITS . . ..... .... .. ........ .. .. 2 for 19c Lemon Pie Pound Cake
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4 OkMchobt Florid, Friday, Sept 29, 1961 !Is available and will be releasedon 700; p.m. on the Srd day of Oct Florida, 1941, and House Bill I Dated at Okeechobee County, That the parties Interested in 21st day of September, 1961.
or after Nov. 1. Allocations of ober. 1961 in the City Council 1102, Chapter 2W60, 1951 amending 'Florida, this the 5th day of September said business enterprise are: BY: John 11. Stanley and La-
New Sugar Cane Early maturity'Is especially the seed cane will be In proportion Room City Hall Okeechobee, 856,09(3)( will register with 1961. John H. Stanley and Lamonte H. monte H. Moore, owners.
I Important for future expansion! of to the total requests and the Florida, at which time all parties the Clerk of the Circuit Court in By; Qulllle J. HazeUlcf and Moore Publish\ :
Matures Early the sugar Industry In colder 350 tons available. in Interest and citizens and for Okeechobee County, FlorIda Oscar demons.Pub. Dated at Okeechobee Okee- Sept. 22, 29; Oct 8, 13, 1961
areas situated more than two Growers should secure application !. shall! have an opportunity to be upon receipt of proof of the September 8, 15, 22, 29, 1961 chobet County Florida, this the The Okeechobee News.
Conner SaysAn four: from their county heard publication of this note, the fIc. The Okeechobee News
mile from Lake Okeechobee.
agricultural! agent and mail the PLEASE GOVERN YOUR- titious name, to-wit:
early maturing sugarcane The Everglades Station has forms to the Everglades Station SELVES Aro>RD1NGLY. THREE "D" MOBILE I LEGAL NOTICE ABSOLUTELY NEW NO SUCH OFFER HAS
variety >la bong! released to the been conducting research on sugarcane before Oct. 16. CLAUDE GARDNER VILLAGE EVER BEEN MADE IN FLORIDA ON SUCH
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
grower by the Florida Agricultural production and, in cooperation President City Council under which we expect to engageIn that the Board of Counlny Com'missloners BEAUTIFUL ACREAGE. CLOSE TO CITY ON U.S.
the U. S. Department
with
Experiment Station Developed More Stores City of Okeeohobee business at ONE: MALE SOUTH LOT LINES
by the Everglade Experiment of Agriculture, has been of Okeechobee County 441. ALREADY PLATTED AND
Okeeohobee Florida ON ROAD 441 in the City of .
Florida! will sell the following
Station and selecting! for new MARKED. ROADS ALREADY BUILT ELEC
Belle Glade, T. breeding Chain Store Age reports that ATTEST: Okeechobee County of Okeecho.
44-138 Is being made available lor varieties. the food chahs are building Lorena equipment at public sale on TRICITY AVAILABLE.
Spivey bee Florida. October 10, 1961 at
planting this fall. I A ]limited amount of seed Mane more stores in the West and Tuesday
I City Clerk, City of Okeechobee That the parties Interested In 1',00(; o'clock A. M.
South fe.'er in New England and
Okeechobee. Florida said business enterprise are: One 1951 Ford Pickup V/4 ACRESNOW
the West Central region. Shifts
Publish Sept. 15. 22 and 20. 1961 Clyde R. Durrance Truck Motor Number
in population account for thin, The Okeechobee News Maurice L Durrance FIHINR11972 ONLY $12.50 DOWN-$12.50 Month
FERGUSON PLUMBING lo a six-year period close to
.
----- Carl T. Durrance.Dated One 1951 Dodge Pickup
12,000 stores have been scrapped at Okeechobee, Okee Truck, Motor Number 2 ACRESNOW
AND ELECTRIC because of inadequate location NOTICE UNDER chobee County, Florida, this the T306-14007. Month
or otsoiecence. FICTITIOUS NAME LAW ONLY $25.00 DOWN-$25.00
1st day of September, J961. I The Board reserves the right
NOTICE Is beret given that Publish Sept, 8, 15, 22, 29 to reject any and all bids. 5 ACRESNOW
BATHROOM SET COMPLETE Fatalism induces an attitudeto the undersigned, pursuant to the The Okeechobee News. JOHN F. PEARCE

society which is disintegra- "Fictitious Name Statute". House Chairman, Board of ONLY $50.00 DOWN-$50.00 Month
tive. -Richard G. Haw Bill 1175, Chapter 20963, Laws of NOTICE County Commissioners
129.50 Florida, 1941 and House Bill
UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW Okeechobee County Florida
1108, Chapter :26780 amending .
1961
Legal NoticesNOTICE NOTICE Is hereby given that Attest: EWmspIRI6P11ES
86509(3)( will register with
the undersigned, pursuant to the IIAYNES E. WILLIAMS
WE HAVE REPLACED OUR PIPE CUTTING OF INTENTION TO the Clerk of the Circuit Court in "Fictitious Name Statute" House Clerk, Board of

MACHINE (LOST IN THE FIRE) WITH A AMEND CITY ZONING : and for Okeechobee County, Florida Bill 1175, Chapter 20953, Laws of County Commissioners
NEW, MODERN ONE. PIPE CUT TO FIT ORDINANCE NO .171 I upon receipt of proof of the Florida, 1941 and House Bill 1102 Okeechobee County Florida
PERFECTLY. NOTICE b hereby given that' publication of this note, the fictitious Chapter :26760, 1951, amending Publish Sept. 29, Oct. 6, 1961
the Council of the 01' .
City
City name, to-wlt: 86509(3)( ), will register with the The Okeechobee News
Okeechobee, Florida, a munici FOY'S PURE SERVICE I Clerk of Circuit Court, in and for
FERGUSON PLUMBING pal corporation, will consider under which! we expect to engage Okeechobee County, Florida, upon NOTICE HODGES & SON
re-zoning from RESIDENTIALRl : in business in the cityof receipt of proof of the publication UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
AND ELECTRICCALL to COMMERCIAL and to Okeechobee, Okeechobee of this note, the fictitious NOTICE Is hereby given that ROdeo 2-6134
amend accordingly the Comprehensive Florida
Counuty name, to-wit1 the undersigned, pursuant to the '
Zoning Ordinance No. That the parties interested In OKEECHOBEE "Fictitious Name Statute", House
DAY OR NIGHT
271 adopted November 21. 1955. said business enterprise are: LIVESTOCK MARKET Bill 1175 Chapter 20953, Laws ol II' Simply call us-we will show you these beautiful sitesCENTRAL

DAY PHONE . . . . .. ROdeo 6-1595 the following described real property TOM A. FOY. and under which we expect to engage Florida, 1941 and House Bill ,
situate lying and being with WARREN PREVILLE In business on the part of the Ntt 1102, Chapter 26760 1951, amend
NIGHT PHONE .. .. .. ROdeo 2.1081 In the corporate limits of the Dated at Okeechobee, Okeecho. of Section 17, Township 37 South, ing 865.09(33)( ), will register with l '
of City of Okeechobee, Florida to- bee County Florida this the 11th Range 35 East, lying North of the the Clerk of the Circuit Court in lll
9th St. Northwest Corner the Courthouse .
wit: day of September 1961. Seaboard Air Line Railroad right- and for Okeechobee County, Florida . .
OKEECHOBEE, FLORIDA Lots 1, 2, 3 and 4 of Block BY TOM A. FOY of-way and West of State Road upon receipt of proof of the -t.
40, First Addition to Publish Sept. 15, 22, 29 Oct. 700 (U. S. Highway 96) in Okee publication of this note, the fictitious .
South Okeechobee according 8, 1961. ohobee County Florida. name, to-wit: ELECTRICTI
'-- to plot thereof The Okeechobee News That the parties Interested in BIG LAKE
recorded In Plat Book 1, said business enterprise are OFFICE SUPPLY a introduces II
Page 17 in the office of NOTICE UNDER QUUJJE HAZELLJEF under which we expect to engageIn
Olerk of Circuit Court, FICTITIOUS NAME LAW OSCAR CLEMONS business in Okeechobee county.
Okeechobee County, Florida NOTICE is hereby given! that :; THE FIRST TV ANTENNA I

the undersigned,
pursuant to the
Best of Cadillac ServiceFactory and Oat a public hearing. in relation "Fktititous Name Statuti" House REDUCED PRICES "
thereto will be held at Bill 1175, Chapter 20953 Laws of ONTreasure :\ EVER DESIGNED FOR


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ged several to six pounds big in the water the river. treat just to at and then
Florida up up gaze one Enrollment outside of the four- ounty area.
29 1961 5 Horatio
Friday, Sept. Page Big
,
and had' quite a few strikes. This is a dangerous and unlawful sneak off among your playmates The states of Maine. Mississippi, Alger
They are unpredictable however. practice. There is a lot of week. and tell them of the daring tuff At IR College North Carolina, New York, Con Twist
The places where you used to end traffic and a bullet, ricocheting you had seen and read. necticut and Pennsylvania are . .
know one was laying before you from the water or some I Charles Sample, Registrar of also represented.Not .
eft A HOOK LYIN' cast don't seem to produce object could kill or seriously Injure THE Saturday Evening Post, the Indian River Junior College Included In these figuresare Working overtime long hours
$ y some boater or fisherman. has changed it's format after lo released the all enrollment at 432 students enrolled In the and never taking a vacation tin
BEFORE THE MOON got these many year . trying to, the college today. A total of fin the best Horatio Alger traditionmay
Bullets will occasionally glance Adult Education
AND LUREBy bright we were catching a good keep up with progress . until: students are enrolled In the college I I program makinga Impress the, boss the wrong
blue from the water. In this case a It Is total of 1,009 students under
many gills along the river hardly recognizable . program. This compares to I way these days. At least, saysthe
banks, on flys. Last week end, man, apparently the father of keeping always in mind that people ., a total of 348 for the fall term the supervision of Indian River
durdag the full moon, we didn't the boys, paid no heed to the are really too busy to sit aid of 1960. There are 208 full-time Junior College Wall Street Journal, law authorities ..
catch any. We didn't check the shooting. Parents should make read . and are now publish. ((138 freshmen, 70 sophomores) as In pondering the no.lion's .
i1.i4 beds but will lay two to one that ing so that "sight readers" can compared to 154 last year.St. disturbing rise In perpre.trated
EMERSON E. MOORE that is where they would have sure that their sons are familiar pursue the guts of a story . a Luoie County leads the list All speech, written or spoken by seemingly dedicated
y been found with safe use of firearms. They plan which an old fogey like me with 338, Indian River County, Is a dead language, until It office workers, whose real reason .
< should also make sure they cannot recommend.BUT 182, Martin County, 41, and Okee funds a willing and prepared for sticking so tenaciously to
his WE WERE CONCERNED Sat. themselves know how to handle chobee County, 8. Two studentsare hearer.-Robert Louis S'even-: the job Is to prevent discoveryof
CLIFTON J. PARDOE of Titus. course, is not to get back to
vllle, Florida, employed at the friends at the "Beacon". urday by a couple of boys shoot- them. THERE IS STILL the Florida residents but reside son. larcenous schemes.
Grit Newspaper . a standbyfor
Beacon 42 Fish Camp near there,
pent what he called three successful THERE IS NO question about edges of the pink paper had become many years and can be purchased .
and very enjoyable dayson midweek fishing in the river being MOREABOUT frazzled with the wear and I from your favorite news
the river last week In the better than week end fishing. tear I boy each week . and It has
company of Jesse "Shorty" The backwash of river traffic is not changed for year . and .
Boyd. considerable on Saturday and BUT AS TIME wore on other; perhaps there will be a lots of
Sunday and a lot of mud is wash. NOTHINGBy real good magazines and publl oldsters who will stand by me In NOTICEOCCUPATIONAL
CUFF SAID they caught plenty ed from the banks. cations captured the eye of the my plea that they never do during
of food bass up to six pounds KREWKHUTTI youth . and they were of real our lifetime . as there .
and a good many bream, all nice TOP WATER LURES seem to Interest to the growing child and should be some link with the
ones. "Missed a lot of good be the beet for the bass in both JUST DON'T KNOW . no awaited with pleasure . like past in everyones life . just as
strikes and of course the big river and lake although some sir I can't understand what I The American Magazine with: Huck Finn, The Rover Boys and AND BEVERAGE
one got away" he said. nice ones have been taken latelyin shall do now for reading matter their adventure stories that delighted such were the favorite reading of
the lake on spoons annd on . the books you purchase any each boy . and nice generations past.TwoDollar.
"SHORTY" CONTENDED" that the Camp Okeeslmmee special. more are hardly fittin' to read colored pictures.
Cliff was very beneficial to local The boys at that camp can tell the title fools you . and so LICENSES ARE DUE
is. do most of the pictured covers. THEN] came the Colliers Maga Bills
fishing, since he pulled most of you what that I
zine . with more stories that
the hyacinths from the river. Are
SeenArmy
Cliff, who mostly fishes the wide WEEK END FISHING, for IT WAS some time ago when I appealed to youth as much as it Rarely
salt river near Titusville, admitted bass, showed more activity on first noticed the real fine readIng did the aging generation . and camps, as well as private
that he may have made one plastic worms than we've seen In the barbershops .the then Coronet . the pocket size corporations, have sometimes
or two over long casts. This of since early summer. We ,nag- literature was maybe old . as magazine that held a wealth of paid off their men In $2 bills This
it is in many of the waiting short stories and cartoons. . not was done to show the nearby com OCTOBER 1ST
rooms now . but then they to mention the little jokes that mututies the importance of the
never went out at style were tucked away at the bottom payroll.

of die pages. I When merchant found themselves .
CENTRAL ELECTRICAND THAT B WHERE the young flooded with two-spots,
folks found out about women . THESE ARE ALL GONE now .
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they quickly recognized the
and other various "quotes and . . the Coronet ceasing publication
source. And so much free publicity
GAS COMPANYNOW unquotes" as they were hustled this month. . but they
off to the barbershop under the have probably served their need resulted.
A little known fact Is that dur
guidance of their mother . among the growing children of; You Obtain These Licenses At
lag the war the Nazis seized May
STOCKS with the stem command to wait the last few generations . but
there for her . for at that what Is there left . besides large amounts of U. S. currencyin
A COMPLETE LINE OF time it was unthinkable for a Modern Mechanix . and such. Europe and deposited it in
Mexican banks. But Mexico and
lady to enter into such an estab Tax Collectors Office In The
lishment.! AND THEN came a real Ino the U. S. made an agreement Your
vation in the publishing business whereby only $2 American bills
Electrical BUT THE YOUNG fellowsdidn't when the men's shops and waitIng would be accepted In Mexico.
The worked! and the Nazis
mind so much , there places were Infested with plan :
was always that pink tabloid . some new literature called "Capt. having very few $2 billls, gained Okeechobee County Court House.ATHLEON .
which has long since folded its Billy's Whlzbang", They were very little advanatage.
SuppliesAND doors . "The Police Gazette" not so strong for the female pos.
. a very popular magazine In es . but boy did they have Know how to listen, and you .
its day . with rather risque cartoons . and rather ribald will profit! even from those who .
pictures for that time like a jokes . half of which the kids talk badly.-i Plutar h.I. .
girl in a bathing suit , com read . they did not understand .
FixturesEVERYTHING plete with stockings . or some . but it was a rare
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I be luncheons before the bridge game and
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season is getting under way and lunch

eons simply for those few close friends you i' I

value so much.

Today's planned party meal featuresa

touch of the Orient in the main dish -

Indonesian Rice with Ham Slices, an extra L .
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roN fancy Waldorf Salad and a delicious Flor I
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ida Orange Upside Down Cake. ,

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S. 1'w3r form a delightful luncheon for any occasion -

to honor a bride-elect, for your I N

bridge club or to delight your own familyon )

L; Sunday. Just add bread and iced tea. I _.II, y
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wp brown tablecloth or placemats with white +''I d, Iw IIIV b

dishes and accessories.Use 4 SIN '
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MA d ', i'w' ir, Neil w

p ? a lovely, white, lacy compote. White r whl M $ 1p: :L::

figurines and greenery will harmonize per

1 r fectly with this ensemble. And if you wantto W 6

make it really splashy, a floral arrange. 'wAl N p"IIIM N'll 1'' '' 4 II'I WI, ?I 'yl '

"" .r .. ... . as ment may be used on the buffet.

HAM AND RICE COMBINE: TO !MAKE A MAIN DISH The entire luncheon is planned, how AN OLD FAVORITE C\N HAVE A NEW FLAVOR
Glazed figurines and Greenery Add A Special Note At The Table theme. Colors Harmonize With Other Dishes For A Meal Of Special Beauty
ever, on a simple-to-prepare



I Rice With Ham Slices y Spicy Waldorf SaladIndonesian I


t.
Rice with Ham Slices is a luscious A salad sweepstakes winner the favorite
gourmet treat. Made in 15 minutes, it combines a Florida Orange Upside Down Cake Waldorf Salad is out ahead with the addition of
curried, precooked rice and the newest conveniencefood new spiced pineapple chunks and 'creamy honey
development-ham slices with fruit sauce dressing.The.
which come packaged in boilajde pouches
spicy flavor contrast )is a delight to any
INDONESIAN RICE WITH HAM SLICES appetite, and as a plus, pineapple helps the apples
stay bright and fresh looking.

\'y C slivered almonds ?i. tsp salt NEW SPICED WALDORF SALAD
2 tbs butter U tsp ground ginger ;r
1,4, C diced celery 'H tsp ground cloves 4 ; 1 can (13',; -oz,) spiced pinapple
1-1/3 C water 1 Pkg ((4-5/8 ounce) '. chunks, drained
precooked rice 8 or 4 unpeeled apples, diced
1-1/4 tsp sugar 3 or 4 pkgs ((4.Jl: '9 rr % cup coarsely chopped walnuts
1 tsp curry powder ounce) heatinpouchfrozen 1 cup celery, sliced diagonally
ham slices Creamy honey dressing
with sauce
Drain spiced pineapple chunks (save syrup)
and remove spices. Combine with apples, nuts, I
in butter browned.
Saute almonds u.ntillighUy
celery, and creamy honey dressing. Heap on a bed I
almonds Add and cook
Remove from celery
pan. of crisp salad greens. Makes 6 generous servings,
slowly until tender. Stir in water, sugar, curry I
powder, salt, ginger and cloves. Bring mixture to a I
boil Stir in rice, Cover and remove from heat. Let CREAMY HONEY DRESSING
stars until all water is absorbed, about 5 minutes l/, teaspoon dry mustard
Mix in almonds. Heat ham slices in sauce in bag as *; teaspoon salt ,.
directed on pack.. e. To serve, arrange ham sliceson ii cup honey
rice and top with sauce in bag If desired, gar- 1 tablespoon syrup drained from
nish with tomato and green pepper pieces and pineapple chunks
watercress Yield: 4 servings 1 cup heavy cream, whippedMix I
: dry mustard and salt together, stir. into
honey and 1 tablespoon of the syrup drained from
spiced pineapple chunks, then carefully fold into
whipped cream. Delicious with all fruit combination -
salads
IN-LAVV SHRIMP-FLOWERETS

(when his parents come for dinner)
1 small head cauliflower,
(OR 1 package frozen)
1 can frozen cream of shrimp soup
DAY SHRIMP
SHOPPING
SANDWICHES
*'a cup dairy sour cream
1''i teaspoon salt
14, cup cashew nuts, chopped 1 cup cooked shrimp, shelled
1 cup cooked shrimp, shelled and de-veined
and deveined 2 tablespoons sweet mixed pickles,
chopped
Cook cauliflower in small amount of boiling 2 tablespoons chopped celery
water to which salt is added. DO NOT OVERCOOK10.15 2 tablespoons mayonnaise
minutes is enoug: OR, cook frozen prod. 1/2 teaspoon salt
uct according to package Instructions. Heat soup; dash cayenne
add sour cream, salt. Cook until just heated. Add ORANGES AND PUFFS OF WHIPPED CREAM LOOK DELICIOUS pepper
nuts and pour over cauliflower. Place whole cooked Flowers, Brown Tablecloth and White Dishes Make Your Luncheon Table Complete Cut shrimp into very small pieces.. Add chopped
shrimp on top. Ganish with parsley or celery top pickles, celery, mayonnaise, salt, and cayenne
ftowerct- Serves 4 to 6. pepper. Serve on thin buttered bread with a sprigof
parsley. OS, serve in a bowl with crackers.
With this delicious main dish I suggest baked Topped with whipped cream and orange sections 11 cup butter or margarine Serves 2.

potatoes, citrus sad (drain a can of grapefruit-
orange! ) saving the liquid to marinate fish Keepin this party cake is as pretty as flowers and ii cup brown sugar
refrigerator in small screw-top jar. Place citrus
sections on lettuce leaf. Add a zing: or two of onionIf gift 2 cups orange sections, drained
wrappingsReal HONEYMOON SHRIMP CASSEROLE
you wish. Serve thin French dressing with the
salad. Have hard rolls and frozen chocolate pie. Hot Prepare cake batter according to package directions
coffee with pure cream pleases most senior citizens Florida orange flavor is baked right into J/ pound cooked shrimp, shelled
and deveined
substituting orange juice for water. In cake 1 butter margarine
the cake by using packaged cake mix and substituting i tablespoon each or
i chopped
cup green pepper
pan ((9x9x2 inches), melt butter; sprinkle with, and onion
MELON SEA SALAD orange juice for water. Florida Valencia oranges, > 1 teaspoon lemon juice

1 cup cooked lobster, crabmea:, brown sugar. Arrange orange sections in butter. 1 cup cooked rice
or shrimp in local markets now, yield plump, juicy and virtually 4'' V4 can condensed tomato soup
Vt cup chopped celery sugar mixture. Turn cake batter over sections to .' 3 tablespoons evaporated milk
1 teaspoon minced onion seedless sections for the fruited side of the upside : I teaspoon salt
1 tablespoon lemon juice 1/ depth of pap Bake in moderate over ((375F.) teaspoon nutmeg
y cup mayonnaise down cake.FLORIDA 2 tablespoons cooking sherry
teaspoon salt for 40 to 50 minutes or until. done. Let cake cool (OR, 1 teaspoon sherry flavoring)
l/j:, teaspoon white pepper
PARTY UPSIDE DOWN CAKE Prepare shrimp. Set aside. Melt butter in skillet I
Mix all Ingredients. Chill and serve in H about 10 minutes and turn onto serving dish Garnish
add green pepper and onion. Saute until tender
peeled cantaloupe or honey dew melon. Serve with but not brown. Add all the other ingredients. Pour
this salad-slivered green t heans, whipped potatoes, 1 package white or yellow cake mix with whipped cream and ()orange sections, if into 1 quart casserole. Bake in moderate oven,
hot rolls, milk or tea, chocolate cookies and vanilla! 350'F., 30 minutes Garnish with parsley sprigs if
pudding Florida orange juice desired. desired.



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8 OkMchobm Florida, Friday, Sept 29, 1961 clerk, then as regular clerk: and ttttm 1np. About 40 I people at A string band composed of Quarters, was held Thursday, ida homes, businesses and manufacturing The best teacher is the oo
I now as postmaster. tended. Clayton White, Virgil Hayes Sept. Zl hi the Masonic Hall, plants last year was up who suggests rather than dog
Order Of Arrow rlc 01 West Palm Beach woo the '1 am happy to receive the I Wade Walker and Harley Arnold according to announcement by 13 per cent over 1969 sales. The matinee: and inspires his !listener
Pow Wow dancing appointment: ," Arnold said, "and I There were no p"ch i, noannouncements furnished music for the event Feltoa Johnson Florida State Chamber of Commerce
with! the wish to teach Mm-
and
Fall FellowshipBy The Brotherhood and Ordeal will do all within my power to no lengthy The meeting was a decided says total purchased electricity
Ceremonies were held Saturday give the best service to Okeecho Introduction of Important per- success with one hundred twenty amounted to almost 17 self
KEN DIXON, JR. I evening Kent Bell and Ben Dlx- 'bee county residents" aooaeee. But then wu fun and Meeting Held five persons attending billion kilowatt bars
6coutma/er Russell Douglas 'on, Jr, passed Brotherhood. The I A big expansion h postal serv laughter and group ainclng On Colored The next meeting will be held
ed Kent Bell] Ben Dixon Jr., crackerbatrel was the final event ice is planned! for Okeechobee A. A. Scott, president of the on Oct 18 at s pro at the Hag
Wes: Enfhger and Archie Lee of the evening with prospect of a new postof- contractor' aesoslation! served ,Youth Center A pod listener is not only popular .
of Okeechcfcee left after the foot. Officers for next year were floe in the near future. Arnold, M master of ceremonies and everywhere, but alter a while
ball game Friday for the Asi Pa. elected at this meeting Ben Dix speaking before the Rotary Club Clarence Letter was program i The first meeting for the new MORE LIGHT he knows somethings, WSson Mfecto r COLORS
Tab Lodge Fall Fellowship meeting oa, Jr, will be the treasurer. a few weeks ago, said the new chairman. ,Recreation Center in Qyprees Electricity consumption ta :Flor nor
at Camp Tanah Keeta near Lodge meetings were held the building will contain 5,000 feet of
Jupiter. next day before returning home. floor space and that ample parkbg J
Saturday morning we practiced Each member attending received area will be provided. UNLIMITED
with our Chapter on our group a beautiful patch to be worn on He ttao sid that M soon as 6L
dance for the Festival of FeaUicrs. their uniform.Arnold. the dAy erects street markers
The Quest of the Golden Arrow louse to house delivery win be .
which is mad up of physical Inaugurated her He said this
GivenPermanent
outdoor and aquatic events would result to employment lor
was held la the afternoon. The Job 'four or Ave men".
Cb -Tab Chapter woo although
our chapter was in the lead fora As Postmaster Contractors
wt>lle. After Formal Retreat 4ijeoEbb
and supper final preparation was Cecil Arnold who has served Have Fun At
made for !the Festival of Feath the past eight months as actingpostmaster
ers. of Okeechobee has Dinner SaturdayThere
Our chapter did the Arapahoe been appointed postmaster, according
Ghost Dance and took second to reports. Arnold took was a big Urn at the
place. Pioneer Chapter woo the over as acting postmaster Jin. 1 Sierra Restaurant Saturday night I
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Itchy Boosil. Our Chapter Chief of H. L. Stokes. got together for their
DarrY Wood of Bell Glade, won The leoN postmaster has work first social event. Lou Riley of
the costuming, solo dancing and: ed in the local office for the past the Sierra served up a whopping!
, chanting awards and John Gule- six years, starting as substitute big turkey dinner with all the



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Okeechobee Florida, Friday, Sept. 29, 1961 Page 9 Surprise Party Deadline Near


1 rf)6rtl Honors Marty To Register Farm I I

Davis SundayA Gas Tax Refund :

surprise party was held Sun Economists with the FloridaAgricultural
n day afternoon honoring Marty Extension Serviice Please
Davis! on his tenth birthday anni warn Florida farmers that claims This
versary. Marty b the son of Mr. for refund of federal tax on
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+r +r a,1" and Mr. Davis
) m Johnny and the gasoline used for farming purposes .
btlw party was held at his home must be filed by October
Games and contests were enjoyed 2nd.


{ d lan )hot Assisting dogs and, soft the Mr guests drinks. Davis were and with served cake.the owners the Claims period, tenants may July be or 1,filed operators 1960 by through farm for It Is Worth I Your TimeTHIS

Miss Joan
party were Whldden
June 30, 1961, A refund rate of
Miss Gayle Davis and Miss El-
aloe Davis four No cents refund per of gallon the tax is W allowed allowed APPEARED IN THE SEPTEMBER ISSUE OF AAA EXPLORERDon1t
n Attending the event were Holly
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for gasoline used on the highway
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aid Jeff Womack, Monte Mathew

and Gary Mark Thomas Delaney, George, Gregoryand Loyd or freezing for, In persons or processing canning on ,nonfarmingpurposes. operations packaging, Run Over My Little Girl!

and "Butch" Bailey, Jmm! ,
1'j' t s ''nip Calvin and Louis Hayes, John, .
File claims on Form 2240 (1961)) Today my daughter, who is seven old She's back
G Sue and Billy Davis, Lfsea and years there now-back in the nursery
Jeff Davis and the guest of honor with the U. S. District Director of (started to school as usual. Shee wore a dark blue sound asleep, with "Princess Elizabeth" (that's her
Internal Revenue, JacboJ.v1l1e.Florida. ,
i9 m Marty Davis.Firemens. dress with a white collar. She had on black shoes doll) cuddled in her right arm.

i 'l'n't Vita r r do County agricultural agents, and wore blue gloves. Her cocker spaniel, whose You guys wouldn't hurt her, would you? You

Aux deputy collectors and the district name is Coot, sat on the front porch and whined see, I'm her daddy. When her doll is broken or

h + w w deputy collectors have this form Jhis canine belief in the folly of education as she her finger is cut or her head gets bumped, I can

Meets TuesdayThe it.and instructions for prepalrlng waved goodbye and started off to the hall of fix it. But when she starts to school, when she

local Firemen's Auxiliary learning walks across the street, then she's in your hands.

held their regular monthly Tonight we talked about school. She told me She's a nice kid. She can run like a deer and

meeting, at the City Hall on Celebrates all about the girl who sits in front of her, the girl dart about Like a chipmunk. She likes to ride ...
Tuesday, Sept 26. 1981 at 8:00:
o'clock Pres Wilma Williams AnniversaryMr with yellow curls, and the boy across the aisle who horses and swim and hike with me en Sunday

fit n .war presided makes funny faces. She told me about her teacher, afternoons. But I can't be with her all the time; I
Meeting opened with the Lord and Mrs, Ernest Hudson who has eyes in the back of her head, and the trees have to work to pay for her clothes and food and

Prayer in absence of Chaplain celebrated their 19th wedding in the school yard, and about the big girl who her education. So please help me look out for her.
anniversary on Friday, Sept. 22
Hornung Pearl ,Godwin who is reported ill, on the with a barbecue supper doesn't believe in Santa Claus. We talked about Please drive slowly past schools and intersectionsa

progress of the 'Misj Flame" Guests were Mr and Mrs lot of things-tremendously vital, unimportant , and remember that children run from behind _
r Clyde Durrance,' Mr, and Mrs things and then studied
contest and plans were completed we spellling, reading, parked cars.
for Jim Fowler, Mr and Mrs. Wal arithmetic then she went off bed.
this to
affair A recep- Please , don't run over my little girl
lace Hawk Mrs Rowena Park-
tion honor ,
in of the Queen and
s. her erson, Mr and Mrs Alto Wat
will
On the other end of the line Is shown, on the ladder, the runner-ups fire station following be held the at ford, Sr, Miss Ernestine Hud May We Add.
Mike Fox and his .
coworker George Jordan, who contest, for firemen, auxiliary son. .
are also connecting communication wires, that will members and out-<>l-tO'll'Il guests Pleat drive carefully.
be in service when the switch is made It voted to sell Duncan
-over Hines was Fruit Cakes again I Farm Bureau To Stop at all stop signs (children are taught at school and at home that motorists will observe traffic

year. The cakes will be on hand Hold Barbecue signs).

)in time for Thanksgiving. Do not run red lights (children are taught to walk with the !lights).
The group voted to sponsor The Okeechobee County Farm
the local Girl Scout troop again Bureau will hold its annual Barbecue Above all, observe school lone speed limits.If .
a tfi this year. and election of officers
fl Jackpot was won by Annie et the Teen Center Old County you see a child on the street riding a bicycle please slow down. Children sometimes lust don't
Scott. Barn) on October 5 at 6:30: .m. think. They may turn directly In front of you.
Cassle Arnold served refreshments Anyone Interested in beng.!

to Annie Scott, Bea Brin- Jig. to the Farm Bureau is cord. If you find It necessary to pass a parked vehicle In a school zc:'ie, before you do, slow down and look,
ey, Kathleen Williams Wilma Uly] invited to attend this meeting I child may run out in front of you.
Williams and Pearl Godwin ,

Please help us protect our most valued possa'f'ors! our chilcVen. ..

Garden Club FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Thank you.
Cooper Marshall), Factor-

Installs OfficersThe Sunday School... .. ..... 9:49 p,m.
Morning Worship 11:00: am. Okeechobee Board of
first meeting of the Ofcee- Training Union ........" 6;30 pm. County
chobee Garden Club was held Evening Worship ........ 7:30: p,rn.
Sept. 23 at 2 p. m. at the parrish Wednesday Evening Commissioners'L

'r house of the Episcopal! church Prayer ..' ". 730; pm
,
r 5 4ti An installation ceremony was

conducted by Mrs R, B. Me.
li at 1r serve and: the new officers for :
thr
1T the year are: Mrs. Allen Markham .

; v president; Mrs Margaret .&
Johnston, first vice president; .
,\ Mrs. Vernon Reeves second vice .
president: Mrs B. F, Edongton,
p4 r k Jr., recording secretary, and Mrs
}car B. H.. Moon corresponding secretary I BadLOCh OLD FASHIONED V I 1


The speaker, Mrs, E L. Meyer ..
1= of Fort Pierce, gave a demonstration ,
on arrangements, her
theme, "Beautiful New Horizons .
In Horticulture and Design,
1 ;_ Mrs Markham announced that :
plans are well started for a flow. 1SALE
er show to be held L"1the spring
Refreshments of home made
cookies and punch, prepared by
Jack Wilburn, an employee of the Inter-County
the hostesses Mrs, Johnston,
Telephone and Telegraph Company, is shown ready Mrs Meserve and Mrs. Markhamwere
ing the wires that will connect all the phones on this served to the following
exchange, when the switch over is made Oct. 22. members and guests: New Fashioned Furniture at Old Fashioned Prices!

Mrs William Preston, Mrs B. Here's Why Badcock/s Prices Are Lessl
Beverage licenses must be on F, Edmgton: Jr., Mrs. Charles F
Occupational display Monday, Miss Alderman: Robttns, Mrs. J. R. Minehan Sr., ttX" t i i i Because of Quantity Purchase, Carioad Freight
Licenses Due said. Otherwise places dispensing Mrs Lewis H. Dreese, Mrs. to Savings and streamlined distribution. This results
alcoholic beverage will not be Clyde McCrocklb, Mrs Lucy In tremendous savings that I* passed on to you
to Link, Mrs Doren Reeves, Mrs V. with the lowest Prices Yow'H find anywhere
permitted operate.
County occupational and beverage Walter Phillips, Miss Jo Par. N fY
licenses are due Oct 1, ac. rl&h, Mrs. Maya Elledge, Mrs. \ '
cording to Athieon Alderman, taxcollector. Recent studies indicate that Francis Harper, Mrs. Gladys
The licenses may be the injury rate on small farms Evans, Mrs, Mary V. Scott, Mrs TV.LAMP $sao
obtained at the tax collector are nearly six times higher than Eva Mae Williams, Mrs. Jo Gave r
4 .' CDIoIM, ........11I-
office in the Okeechobee county those on larger operations, saysthe
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Mrs Frank A. Zych, Mrs Em- ' ' "= "
courthouse. Florida Farm Bureau. melt Davis Mrs John Roe, Sr., ti ,\ tNot 3 .. Not 4 ... But. 5 Big Pieces trim, Walnut hat.C .
iI Mrs, John M. Roe, Jr. and Mrs ti % .I.r n TvtqtMlM,
covered in genuine 100 nylon face. .,over WhIle{ ruinpVln.Ttili ..
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H H Raulerson, Sr. r

a ffec nriforal he MtaHUty tmd a low, 00 CatIt ae.u
rTO ;,. low pins ..'. almost '"'. a whole room fall.. elfvrnltwra. $1'c
be Is to the # P r7
angry revenge I .' ,4i You I.t a Wf turn tMliMial. RlflM aim ..
fault of others upon ourselves Jh1':,! Mttlonal, CVf'H4'It' Mctfait and X amkMchair ...
o'' _.... kMF .2f Yakra
-Alexander Pope. y1: (Klbn{ long marina drarator
I I" Many' .f n... I'..... .. available dReversible
your fecal Badc.ck AuMlal. Slam. All
foam Cushions or. available at .... Main 3t.r hiM.lbtrry
OZCEECHOBEDRIVEIN \ Ck.U. .1 ate a Brawn. a TuiqueUeNoturol 6193 Florida and ton normally b.dtUwrtd .
/ I ROM trig* a Mack to yew local I"'. ",lIh-l.. an.
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1 $20 Down DeRven-Take 12 to 18 Months on Balance
THEATREALWAYS '
SENSATIONAL MARKET PURCHASEI I : +
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A SAVE RECLINERCHAIR I I '? illllr'slo
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SHOW gave* 21 .. ...... V =
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wtrh lonawtaflng.

Heavy Hauling DRIVE.IN THEATRENO ; a raaan ylM' -:. .Irann.l Cotbkplailta $10 J r ;

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+ A smart looking 3 piece Bedroom seite complete 9h
J At All Times DRESS UP.ENJOY 2 for such a tiny price. Truly a tremendous value

i Cal.,., lead,Ton**., frm,Mg.end own Designed for Florida's Modem Homes.
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RO 2-6752 I index of Merchandise Featured In Catalogue Buy'what you need.B .

1.UVINO I00 -AED IOOM 13.WSC $1.00 DOWN ITEMS ) Roomy 4 drawer chest ..r rwwwwww $L4"
THE I.DESKS, CHESTS RECOtOCABINCTS 14. DANISH WAlNUT DINING *5 DOWN
S.SWIVEL ROCKERS, IRUNaS! ROOM Medium size Dresser with tilt-mirror caw=3495
MOVIEIN 4.'$1.00 DOWN JMEXCHANDISI' "MITAL HAM IDINCTTIS $175 A WEEK
Dragline Work a.UVINO tOOM, nATI-OUSI '*. 17.BEDROOM Full size Bookcase bed .?.._. _.. _ -524"
MHHORI 11.MATTRESSES A IEDDINO
6.UVINO ROOM. RADIOS I ,TABUS 19. WASHERS, RANGES ft ITC. d e .,
Ditching & Diking COMFORTCOME 7.SOIAIEDOAWPSTA1llf 20.REFRIGERATORS.WASHERS Voce rU t a iq 4411))
..KRORHIH.! UVINO ROOM, lAMPS 21.METAL SINKS, CABINETS,BAJIJ 1y
9.CHAIRS FtATFORM ROCKERS 22.UNFINISHED FURNITURE,
-11- 10.UVINO ROOM. RED ROOM BUNK BEDS,VACUUM CUANftS Horn Owned end Operated By Open Friday and Saturday Night Until 7:00
DININO ROOM 22.JUVENILI fUINITUU ALFRED L. MEARES, JR. OPEN EVENINGS BY APPOINTMENT
Hancock Bros.OKEECHOBEE 11.HEATERS-EUCTRIC a KEROSeNI 24.. ,
12.3 ROOMS rURNITUU MSEOSIIYINOI00A1 Plenty Of Free Parking Space 30-60-90 Days Considered Cash
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A Salute To Party Planned On Okeechobee DisplayThe Resort locatedon in the city court this YOU ARE CORDIALLY INVITED TO COME DOWN TO
For Halloween
OkeecItobeeScllOOI week before Mayor Donald Mack
Fifth Street at Taylor Creek
By RebakahsRebekah has on display the complete new were the following cases:

BandBy line of 1962 Mercury motors Roger Joe Bass, drunk, $25 bond THE OKEECHOBEE RESORT5th
Climb members met forfeited
NELL KERR Jones, owner of the resort
I sat amazed and enchantedon Tuesday evening at the lodge I Is the authorized Mercury dealer Eddie Neal, running traffic
hall. Plans were made for the STREET AT TAYLOR CREEKTO
for this light, $25 bond
the bleacher at the foot area. forfeited.
Haloween! party to be held Mon.
ball lame Friday might as I watched day, October 23 At this party, the The motor first 100-horsepower and the first light.outboard Bob Martin, drunk, 6 days SEE THE COMPLETE NEW LINE OF 1962 MERC MOTORS _

the superb performance annual crazy hat contest will be W. L. Eldn burg, drunk $15
of the Okeechobee High School eight ID-horsepower class motorin fine. The all new PHANTOM
held.
the Industry, milestones In FEATURING
Band. I Routine! business was discuss boating's rapid progress, lead the Jimmie McGee, fighting, $::15 THE ALL NEW
Seldom, If ever, have I seen amore bond
ed. It was announced that the outboards. forfeited
1962 line of
spectacular eight or heard Christmas cards had arrived Seven models Mercury, all with single. Henry Carter, drunk, $10 bond .' 1. MERC 60 . . 0 0 6 HP MERC 110
a more perfect performancefrom Members sell the cards each lever remote controls and: propel forfeited, FIRST 100-HP OUTBOARD

a group of school children. year and all profits from the sale ler-hub exhaust have been announced Avilla Mbdrackliij running. 2. MERC 110 10 HP 10 H.P. FISHERMAN
I doubt that there's a school are used to further the work of by the Klekhaefer Corporation traffic light\ $10 fine. r. 000 o. 0
band not only in the State of
the lodge. 1. WEIGHT 55 LBS.
Fond du Lac, Wisconsin.
Florida, but hardly In the country Refreshments were served by 3, MERC 250 . . . 25 HP Lightest 10 liP !in the

that can surpass It. the hostess, Mrs. T. J. Cantrell, .
The 100 hp Mere 1000, completely County Court Industry.
It took me back to the Roxy- to the IS members present. new from powerhead to I 4. MERC 450 . . 0 0 45 HP

ettes, at the old Roxy Theatre, Next meeting of the Rebekahs prop, has aix cylinders in line, I Eighteen cases were heardIn mtw >1
And to The Music Hall with its will be held Monday, October 9, Is and heavier county court Monday. 2. FULL GEAR SHIFT
more compact no 5. MERC 500 50 HP
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ISO member orchestra and an . . 0 ForwardNeutralReverse
than the major competitors' 75- Ewing P. Jacobson forfeited -
equal number of performers, Mrs. Marshal horsepower motors. The motor a $200 bond by not appearing t

moving as one person with per. will give outboard cruisers and on a driving while intoxicated 6. MERC 850 . . . 85 HP
feet rhythm and grace. EntertainsTEL charge
large runabouts the performanceand
Certainly speaks<< veil of every flexibility that only outboards Mack London, Albert N. Ashley 7. MERC 1000 Phanthom 3. SLIP. CLUTCHNo
tingle member of the band and Class can offer. Like all the and Edward J Waterman, Shear Pins

particularly of the director, Fred Members of the TEL Class other 1962 Merourys, the motor violation of fish and game laws . . . . .100 HP

Humphreys. One thing we all of the First Baptist Church met has full gearshift with running were fined $50 each. 4. Short or Long Shaft
know that behind It lies tireless neutral Arthur W. Webb for truck loadIng .
this week in the home of Mrs.
tours of labor in practice and 'I Cooper Marshall for the montivlly In a package no larger than violations forfeited a $200 ALL MERCS HAVE SLIP CLUTCH (NO 5. IT WILL PLANE A
a thorough knowledge on the earlier six<')'1inder Meres, the and a $35 bond.

4( part of the director of the Job I meeting Devo'ions and prayers was given Merc 1000 Is much more power James Farley, Jr, forfeited SHEAR PINS) . FIXED HIGH SPEED BOAT WITH THREE

be l II doing to well Mrs Marshall Mrs. Hall ful. It has a new cylinder block $50 on similar charges. PEOPLE
by
Okeechobee has every right to and Mrs. Bibb gave their group with 90-cubic-Jnch! piston displace. Joseph Johns failure to return JET LOWEST WEIGHT PER H.P. . .

be proud of this banJo A warm reports. Now officers were elected meat, new pistons, bearings drivers license as requested, MILEAGE PER H.P. . 6. BETTER GAS ECON-
HIGHEST GAS
salute to Fred Humphreys and sears and crankshaft, and Jet. $100 fine.Gordon.
for the coming year as fellows OMY THAN ANY
to every member of his remarkable : Plop lower unit, with a newron.ge Bass, assault and bat. SINGLE LEVER REMOTE CONTROL COMPETITIVEThe
1 : band.Jackie. of propellers. tery, $3250 fine J
Mrs Irene Hall, president,
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Ij: unique all-black color stylIng David L. Sparks, Reuben E. WITH RUNNING NEUTRAL CHOICE MODEL
Mrs Susie Sigmund, Vice president Mere 1000 Is the first 100-hp
Clements sets it apart from the traditional Graves, Amando L. Castro, Jack I
( ; Mrs Neva WaJier: secre- outboard motor, a milestone in
iary-treasurer, and Mrs Audae wh.te-ohrome black G. Knapp, Raymond G. Buman, bOIUn,', rapid progress Entirely OF PROPS TO SUIT YOUR NEEDS. 7. THE MERC 110

Honored On Davis, assistant secretary.The combination of the other 1962' Alford Richardson were all char 1 new from powerhead to prop, 10 lIP Fisherman has
Mercs ged with unlawful speed and for the 90-cubic-inch Mercury Is
6th Birthday by meeting Mrs, Reecy closed Davis with apra'er feited a $33 bond more compact and .110 heavier WE STILL HAVE 3 NEW 1961 a wide speed range,
than From slow
major competitors'
75-hp trolling
Mr. and Mrs Dozier Clements: Refreshments were served byre I Polluted Waters Henry Kemp, unlawful speed, motors. The Mere 1000 has MODELS. COME: :; IN AND SEE US upward
to 26 MPH.
entertained at a party Sunday, ; hostess to Mrs. Reecy Davis, I $33 bond forfeited. unique all-black! color styling, FOR A "SUPER-DUPER" TRADE
September 24 honoring their Mrs Gardner, Mrs Minnie Harden Causes Henry Causey, reckless driving and Mercury' new Po \'er-Dom
Damage YOU WILL THINK WE ARE Come Down and See It.bcsthotinffbuys.jitow .
daughter, Jackie, on her sixth Mrs. Minnie Morgan, Mrs. $35 bond forfeited cylinder head design, which
birthday. To Local WatersThe Cecil Caneton, drunk, $25 bond ."squishes"., the fuel-air mixture GIVING THEM AWAY.
Irene Hall, Mrs. Bibbs, Mrs .. ... -.-.. s..t..
Refreshments of birthday cake Merle Clements, Mrs Moon, brfeiled. I
end punch were served to Kim, Mrs. Sigmund and Mrs. problems of pollution of Charles Johnson, petit larceny
Wesley and Karen Williamson, Audie Davis. Florida waters by wastes from i 8 months In county jail.
Lisa and Linda Jenkins, Jennifer neighboring states are being attacked

Graham, Jimmie, Dorothy, by cooperating state agencies -
according to Dr. 0. Earle .... ... . .....
Allan and Raymond Wright, Cindy HOSPITAL . ,- -. '"' ". '- "' -- .
and Debbie Marshall, Char Trye, assistant director, Florida .' ', } ''' .: : :'.': ,., I .., V'." ..,. -. !',

les Clements, Mrs. Merle Clemens Came and Fresh Water Fish )' f/ ? : \'Z. '"; ;a""A : f.r: ,,
HEWSPatients : :t Ir ; tJ :,
: Mr and Mrs J. E. Cone, Commission t2ME16JUR'Si : t ,, : ;
Sr., Mrs. Betty Williamson and confined to the Louisiana The chain reactions and effects ; 1" r-' ',' " ;'Pfti """' ", h ;<,t.L'( : ,'.'
cf interstate: pollut'on' are especially : .wt 0,>,.., .' : / 'fi Gi4
Mr. and Mrs. Dozier Clements '
Raulerson include -t #
Hospital , %; '
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evident In the wa'ers of ' ) ? -, COM""Q1' lIIu LAY COMIT" ,:; :

Rest Home NewsMr. Buck Edelen Lawrence Parker Peggy Sarah Crawford Gilbert,, northern Florida. Rivers! and --. .;: ;: : in each size .a "" : .J 't. ; .,: .

streams originating north of the i rt'/:. .: , ,. =. ;, ..IOMlAel"YMO"TPR'Y".nf; ,'<
Phyllis McMahon, Stella "Dee" > 1': "" ;'' .<.", "".. , ,'f. .. .,- .'> \J""I" ", -
and Mrs. Michael Sable of Florida border are being polluted ' ' <' ': :f. w.tf <.
Presley Emma Cassels and baby : ':; ; I ,' \; 'rltfM:
Fort Pierce visited her mother, girl, Charlene Newell, Charles with wastes and poisons car.rled ""","" L ; ,.- -L ." ,,"

Mrs. Junta Dreese at Dunklin Brown, Vonceil Brown, Shirley downstream to cause dam I l"ITI l"-
Rest Home on Saturday Davis, Blanche Tuttle, Gloria age to Florida Interests. Of the 1f11f
C. L. Ryals of West Palm Rowland and Baby Girl Clay. more Important streams so pel-

Beach visited his sister, Melanie! Also remaining are Allen Huss, lured are Florida's Escambia, I
Mt
HLggenboUvam over the weekend. Mexican child, and colored patients Ochlockonee and St. Marys Rivers.

Members of the Garden Club Castella\ Harp, Willie Car- w
have donated flower seed and ter and Patricia Ann Butler, 8- The Florida State Board of f

fertilizer to residents so they week-old-girl. Health and the Game Commission -. FIRST SHOJJ THE NEW

can plant their own flower gar.den. Released this week were James are consulting with the proper

Bucks, Marilyn Worth Alton Jordan agencies In neighboringstates
The Lydia Sunday School Joyce Clay, Polly Patrick, to explore the situation I
Class of the First Baptist Jeanette Rode, Graham Phillipsand and discover suitable remedies.
Church served lunch at the homeon Williams 'We are determined to stop '
colored patient Rachel 1962 MERCU

Mrs Wednesday Michael Sable done'ed waters such damage and fine to fishing Florida's," Frje pure COMPACT AND BIG)

cake to residents on Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. T. E. Matthewsof stated. 'If we cannot achieve

Patrick Air Force Base, at proper interstate cooperation, we
will have to resort to other legal
Mr. and Mrs. William Boehmerof Cocoa Beach spent the week end: -
methods. We are certain that
Danla rlsited friends here Sat with Mrs. Ted L. Spann and son
we have the active backing of all
urday Donald and Karen Albritton. MERCURY
Florida sportsmen and outdoor
recreation enthusiasts In the r I COMET

drive; to keep Florida's waters
OKEECHOBEE
JEWELERS
clean and usable for all." ; wr, ly ahead of the compact crowd


Miss Sylvia Bass spent Saturday .
ELGINWATCHES and Sunday in Fort Piercenp
olic ie. sda eHebeeghiesst
I
BULOVA as a guest of Mary Carlton
Mrs William Boehmer of Da Q
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9 I
TIMEX Waterproof WATCHES nla, Miss Alice Bass and Mrs. i I

Eugenia Bowden spent Saturday 1 ".a :
GUARANTEED WATCH REPAIRING n Orlando "
f
Mr. and Mrs. W. K. Cowart of

Havana, Florida, came Friday
Transistor Radios to visit Mr. and Mrs. P. P. ham

On Saturday, Mr. Cowart
went to Hollywood where he attended
the Kiwanis convention.
M9.95
up Mrs. Cowart remained here visiting

the Evans' until Monday ev 'R .
i ening. \

FEATURE LOK DIAMOND Mrs. Wilburn Lawson and son 0' ..MERCURY ,

Kenny spent Saturday and Sunday

RING SETS visiting relatives it Miami. 0' MONTEREY

Mrs. Olin Godwin and children tho bMl,looking buy tor the blfur mm

MANY BEAUTIFUL STYLESAT Jimmie and Ann were in St; Petersburg .
Saturday evening where
REASONABLE PRICES Mrs. Godwin attended the Fifth
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District meeting of the Firemen's wL.r

Auxiliary Mrs Godwin Is State
OKEECHOBEE JEWELERS
Chaplain for the organization !


IN THE COURT OF THE GOUTY

JUDGE, OKEECHOBEE

COUNTY, FLORIDAIN
PROBATE

SORRY I In RE: Estate of
I FRED E WILCOX, Decaased
I To All Creditors and Persons

THERE ARE NO MORE Having Claims or Demands
Against Said Estate:

1961 FORDS You and each of you are hereby r

notified and required to present

any claims and demands

BUT which you or either of you, may HIGHLIGHTS: COMPACT MERCURY COMET Talk value and HIGHLIGHTS: BIG, LUXURIOUS MERCURY MONTEREY. This

have against the estate of Fred you're talking Mercury COMET. It'. the compact with the extras la Mercury's finest car. The very top of the line. It is specially,

DON'T FORGETTHE E. Wilcox deceased, late of that make the difference. Take beauty. This is the only compact built for the big-car man-with those big! extra values a man likes.:
said to the
county County Judgeof with fine-car styling You get extra room plus a smoother ride More room than other cars near its price-for long legs and big; 4
Okeechobee
1962 MODELS at his office in County the court, Florida house, (up to 7.5-inch longer wheelbase than other compacts). Extra trunk families. An extra-le>ni wheelbase ((120') for that solid, luxury-car i

of said County at Okeechobee, space for as many as six extra suitcases.Extra savings on oil and "leel..A smoother,quieter nde-the result of exclusive Cushion- "
WILL BE AT OUR '
Florida, within six calendar upkeep. This year you can drive 6,000 miles between oil 4Link Suspension. A wide engine choice-"6" or three

SHOW ROOM months from the time of the changes A new type anti-freeze, anti-rust coolant V-6's. Plus the kind of savings that really cut up

first! publication! of this notice. lasts two years or 30,000 mile Extra keep.Routine service is needed only twice

Each claim or demand shall ben resale value,too (best record I a year (at 6,000to 30,000of -

FRIDAY, SEPT. 29 writing, and shall. state the any compact). The c mileintervalsITheprice2pricer )1

place af residence and post office With or below _. iIt Well within the popu

address of the claimant, moat compacts t1 t roc roc lar-prce range.
and shall be sworn to by the u.caaaucun oinuac
r9ar aucu.ra1a00aC110Gts'y
OKEECHOBEEMOTOR claimant, his agent, or attorneyand MERCURY COMET M010a COMPANY MERCURY MONTEREY
such claim demand
not so any flIed shall be or void WIN A 1962 MERCURY AT OUR ANNOUNCEMENT SHOWING. 18 CARS GIVEN AWAY. 12,680 PRIZES IN ALL! !

CO. MARY VIVIAN WILCOX (See your Merawy dealer and see how you can win one of these fabulous prizes. Now to October 14.)'
As Administratrix of the

estate of Fred E. Wilcox,
SEE or CALL deceased Okeechobee Motor Co.

Claude/ Holcomb "Ga. Boy"* Bob Blast Publish 0-29, 104, 13, 30, 1961
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Florida, Friday, Sept. 29, 1961 Page 11 I WANTED: WE WILL p.Ai !ci the road and bridge fund Fort Drum To drawing for position will be held Observe your enenvle'for they

A POUND FOR CLEAN, COT- APPROVED eXP naet for a 1 I Friday evening at 9 p. m. Oct. first find fault/ and deformity. NOW YOU CAN AID)

'l'ON RAGS. NO OVERALLS or rip to Fort Lauderdale to at. Hold Dog 13 at the Sierra Inc. and that -John Dryden.
I Classified AdsFor I LIKE: MATERIALS: Big Lake tend a meeting by Deputy Clerk, entries can be mailed prior to .lltA'. nlnifc

Press or Office Supply. db Gloria Ford, Field TrialsThe that date to R. Margraf, club I PUBLIC NOTICE ,AW: ,C0NDITIONMCauuir '
County Attorney Bill Hendry secretary at 2905 North Andrews Roger and Eloise Zeitflef U

DAVE'S TRADING CENTER BOAT CLUB read a letter from a federal Fort Drum Rod & Gun Avenue, Fort Lauderdale. no looser connected: with. the INEXFENStYILT

Sale or Rent Radio and TV Repair agency stating that 75 per cent dub will run 1U second Annual Trophies and rosettes will! be BH Lake Press
Kenmore Sew Machine $37.00 ASKS ORLOCAL of the ,cost of lighting the airfield amateur shooting dog field trial awarded to the three dogs placed Supply. Check to either

FOR RENT Furnished nice Maytag Washer _...... $f, .oo may be available' from a and member gun dog( stake' on and the winning t dogs will be concern' should be mailed to
RAMP federal source A motion Oct._ 14on the dub grounds PP, 0. Box 638., Okeechobee. db a
clean one or two room apart. Electric Stove ....,'HH''HH", $3800 was nationally recognized by the
meat By week or month. Utlll Zenith TV 17"H...,..... $4000 passed to make application forthe coated on U. S. Highway 441,-'21 AFTCA '

ties furnished. Road 78, Telephone Baby Bed .................... $1800 C.' L. (Buddy) Relic, representing federal funds. miles north of Okeechobee. This .'The'annual trial cookolUt.wiU Humph -I
) the Okeechobee Boat The SRI!> Informed the Board, 'ears trials are recognized by t._,_ -
ROdeo 23185.29tf
be' held ; Oct. 14
Saturday
LOST AND FOUND Club appeared before the Board by letter, that they would furn- the Amateur Field Trial duba of night
the club event Mid 'MUM frltnoi miss
The
of County Commissioners lab America, and field trial clubs on grounds., iaf you
Tuesday !
I a flashing signal the
at june. their 1 words? We '' to
FOUND: White German shepherd Is to all Florida sportsmen.To try
seeking aid of the Board Ion of state roads 70 and 710 from' all over the state will participate open. M ACOUSTICON HEAR AIDACOUTICON"BECKER, ,'
Collar and
dotf. 1956 Fort
''in securing permission from the ft would be up to the county to The stakes will be of 30 -
Dodge tat Call Rdeo 21704. Okeechobee co.
( v. S Corps of Engineers and !Install the beacon minutes duration each over conS Of FORT PIERCEHO IS WSY

FOR SALE 9-29 he State Road Department to County Agricultural Agent Jnguoua courses Harold A. punish ourselves for others 1)261. ,M3 So tttfi St. COST IS LOWS
build they Keats of Fort Lauderdale faults,' Is superlative folly -
a public boat ramp on Ml Eoyita wu asked by president Member Florida Heating| Aid
Business ServiceFOR Taylor, Creek, south of foe Okee Board to start an active 4-H of the dub, aaounced that Mary Baker Eddy Dealer's Ass'., Inc. mesH, AK.
diodes Resort some !individual 4# dub work
2 Bedroom REPAIRS on Frltfdalre and The State Road Department iIn the county at the present SKIN ITCH e CLEAN AIR

Block House Maytag Appliances can GIL owns the right-of-way to the pro. time, but no active club. He and YOU CANname DON'T SCRATCH ITI I QUIET AIRS
BERT'S RO 1-4231. tf posed ramp Belk said that the the county board were in agreement L Scratching'ing ipreifr Make Inflation' till Min tMt

Florida Game and Fresh Water that to have a successful. ft ftiR Ap IOrfcd'm-NOT., Itching AIR' OF \MOURN
SEPTIC TANKS and GREASE quicti down In mlnutu and anti. .
TRAPS CLEANED and Repaired fish Commission would supply club would require considerable "ptio action hetpe: iimd heallni LIVING-
VA Financed I the material and the Club woulddo duli! cooperation( and particlpa'ion. D.e[ liuunt-drylng 1TCHMENOTor CENTRAL ELECTRIC
-Phone Okeechobee RO 2-4724 or ( (eczema besot Itch
RO U the work County equipment He said It was a very other surface ruhn tlnOI: d
On Corner Lot I 2-1391. might be required to remove'I commendable project and he +t -aces TODAY your eve atPADGETT'S back at any drug ator. AND GAS CO.

*lome dirt The Board agreed I would do what he could to get PHARMACY Phone 2.5561
EmploymentHELP to contact all three agencies by a cub organized C9
letter I. I
CALL WANTED Young widowor Bride 4X't
were opened at 10 am
girl for house work and care on gasoline, diesel oil, asphalt, Florida VisionFoundation
of two small children. Live In or
culverts and lumber. OKEECHOBEELiyESTOCK
RO 2-2801 out Call RO 2-60M for interview
The Standard Oil Co was
#22,29
awarded the contract for
gasoline -
WANTED t Housekeeper to liven at 2106 per gallon and die- Is[ StartelDr. '

Light houswork Two children. eel oil at 117 per gallon. Other Howard Pennlngs of Boynton i 9 6 'J,1't h wv'tu

Must be dependable. Needed at bids were Atlantic Oil Co., 2l95c Beach has been elected as

I once Apply in person at Sea. and 1230c:, Pure Oil Co., 21.7c president of the newly-formed

HOUSE FOR SALE: 3 bedroom, horse Restaurant.29p and 1237C.: Wherrell Oil Co., Florida Vision Foundation Inc Auction MarketYOUR
2196c and 1349C.
\\tilcox Shores. Call Ro 2-1181. PLANS DRAWN for Resideitial The Foundation Is a non-profit
The Supreme Oil Company of organization of
eye specialists
and Commercial
Buildings. RayE. s
FOR RENT New 2-bedroom Tampa was awarded contract for whose aim is to provide prd'ea.lional .
Lantz
RO 2-4694. $
9-22,10-13
house nicely furnished.: $66., asphalt! at .1286C per gallon. Other eye core to indigent per. e

Email family OC 13. Call ROdeo 33231 ALTERATIONS DRESSMAKING bids were by Carry-Turned, sons la Martin, St. Lade, Hen. HIGHEST PRICES

or 3-3141 days or 2-7351 Gladys- Stello, Cabin rear Aspha1t Sales Co., Miami and dry, Okeechobee and Palm the day when you'll
eigbtla dh of Evan Mercantile, East Okeechobee. Shell OH Company of Fort Lau Beach counties. .. COM FROMCOMPETITIVE

FOR RENT J bedroom horn 9-29p derdale. Indigent person In Deed of BE A I 1
Two bids were slightly lower eye care will be referred to AJTHOUSANDAIRE:
$65 00 month. Call
posidSfuce.
BIDDINGAT
near
LIVESTOCK FOR SALE than. Supreme, but additional member doctors of the Founda
\\ilburn Lawson, RO 2422111. services made their bid preferable Don by various cooperating civic
Decide
FOR SALE Two on a sum that you can save at out
: registeredQuarter YOUR LOCAL
FOR BENT, Furnished apart. clubs, churches, state and county
ment. Contact Edison Walker. horse mares, rib'pap Florida Culvert Mfg Co., Inc. agencies. The doctors will donate bank each week; divide 1000 by that sum

RO 23201. 9-20tf ers. See them at Dixie Ranch. of Clearwater, Florida, wa their time and talents to provide -and you'll know Just how many weeks it I LIVESTOCK AUCTION!
Buck Lee e16- awarded contract for culverts, free examinations and prescriptions will take.

FOR RENT: Furnished apartment ''as lowest bidder on 12, 18, 24, 36 to needy peprons. The I
All electric kitchen. Contact AUTOMOTIVEFOR and 48 inch saxes. Other bidders sponsoring groups will pay for Saving Just $5 a week, you'd have your MARKETLast

Mrs J. L. McCall, Phone were Armco Drain, Florida Steel actual supplies and materials at $1000-plus interest-in less than 4 years;

7830, Canal Point. 9-36tf SALE Chevrolet Jtt ton Corp., and Culvert Mfg Co, of cost saving $20 a week-in less than a !
FOR RENT Two bedroom truck good tires, motor body Pinellas Park year year nearly 600of Florida Cattle

Furnished house $53 per month. and cattle rack Bud Gilbert The Okeechobee Hardwarewas No Loss InTuesday The main thing Is to stick to it. . But the Sold at Auction
Behind Markhams write Gen.
or the
given lumber contract
Call D. Cements, 6-2232 9 22 first
thing is to get started.Nay we expect
Delivery 9-29p and Glades Gas contract for FireThe
propane gas. i see you this week? AUCTIONS EVERY TUESDAY

FOR SALE In other business the county local fire department was PETE LEMONS, MGR. PHONE RO 2-5521
FOR SALE board stood by a Board policy called out Tuesday evening to

I BEDROOM HOUSE In refusing to furnish a culvertfor extinguish a trash fire back OKEECHOBEE OKEECHOBEE, FLORIDANEW
CBS FHA 1958 FORD, 4 Dr. Hard- entry to private property. of the day Apartments.

top Sedan. Only $200 MADE a resolution to adopt There was no loss, but the
Low Down Payment
the plat end roads, second addition blaze sent considerable smokecreated .
down and the
up .
$5o Mo. assume .J.)I}": .. : :' "' '''
per ; 4xo2: :ii l.l.t .
balance of the contract. of Okeechobee Estates a lot of excitement asscores COUNTY BANK 'CR'itb.'I'of;: U'..
BOX VOTED to give the hospital of persons rushed to the I f
WRITE 1711 May be refinanced if de
Board $1200 for curbing from scene .
or Call sired. Call 0 2-4101 .g
RO 2.1646OkHChobea
9a.m. to 4
I p.m.
,

714U 9-29-10-6 i (WiiI I i .

FOR RENT Furnished cabins
electric kitchens. P. P. Evans '
Phone 2-3961. 7.SHI Take 2ONEW ,r''SENSATIONALtYsr.
rTRAILWAYS ( .!.oj): -..-...............-..................!:
FOR RENT Furnished apartment ONE ) MORFLEK 'S
la Seminole Apartments. i IfI

Call RO 8-1496 or Inquire at the TO BE GIVEN AWAY NATIONALLY ryS


FOR Drive SALE In Theatre- 5 Lots after, 2 7pm block 9-ltf. -AC- Nm I G(Ilg I[ ) I


west of Catholic Church Only

$400 each Phone ROdeo 2-4821 I
after S. 91ft f1 tt
.
FOR SALE: Aluminum trailer, :

I bedrooms aluminum awnings easiest travelon T r ir NOW( MULTICOLOR PAINT

air conditioned, Knotty Pine finish earth t IN A PUSH.BUTTON CAN 4t ;?
wall to wall carpet. 45 ft. by '. .
''s
e Tough,durable finish for
S ft. $1500 cash See at Vernon
NATIONWIDE SERVICE ... it furniture, cabinets, trim t
Llghtsey's or call RO 2-4712 9-29 .., MOOfC
CONVENIENT DEPARTURES _. + Completelywoshoble 'iw
FOR SALE Two Bedroom a aM Many color combinations "
frame house In good condition. Benjamin I '

Completely furnished, Includingair Moore i

conditioner. Price, $4300 Call MIAMI paintsBURGESS ?K.
RO 23189. 8-18lf "'
Lv. Okeechobee 2-15: PM\ XAT : t
FOR RENT Store or Office \\l.: .s....

I Space, down town. $50.00 month Ar. Miami 5:50: PMJACKSONVILLE r SUPPLY CO.
\ Carl Stello, Evan's Grocery.
\ 8-lap.61 ;. OKEECHOBEE, FLORIDA pJlwt

FOR RENT: Furnished efficiency (tfi-G e

apartment for two Ph. Lv. Okeechobee 12:20: PM <;;' r:,; )., :':'n' ("" ':;': lofOOJ..... . ROdeo 6-1901. 9-15tf iER'S SEEFORD : \" ...\....f\, ...$t... .:.:: t'J..: I; ... z: .,, ','i
Ar. Jacksonville 6:45 PM FIRST

FOR RENT: Trailer space. Road wcLi THE CHANGING SCENE J
78 at Harney Pond Canal By

month or year Write Joe's BUS STATION

Fishing Camp, Rt. 2, Moore Hav. North Park St. WHYOHVyHV OlDF17 ,
en or call WV 8'2315.948, lop r SOMEONE HAVE SENSE ;'1D I 1
Ph. ROdeo 2-4561 FNOUGHIOEMPiYYNE '
CONTES1-Q ? AND
ORDER ICs f

I I TRAILWAYSAUR HERE NOW-1962 FORDi BEGINNING SEPTEMBER 29 O SVE0.YTHINCispo / tQoo'AOOf $ r

FOLLOW THESE SIMPLE RULES AND YOU PAY BE A LUCKY WINNER!

WATERFRONTHOME The 1962 Galaxlt by Ford .. a nw standard of automotive (1) Anyone 13 years old, or older, Is eligible to participate except f '.3.j 9 I

FOR SALE quality. Ifs silent as a secrtt, swift as a rumor. And It s Ford Dealers employees' and their families' Ford Motor Company
built to be more service Routine service is Sales Department personnel/ and their famllits-R; ; L. Polk and
reduced to a minimum-30,000 nee on many Items. Company employees and their famllles- members of the FordDealers'
and Ford Motor Company advertising and their
Subd. 6,000 milts on the rat Galaxie and Galaxie/500.' cars agencies
Mouth of ,
Taylor families. (2) Should eligibility of an entry be questioned the
with Thunderbird elegance . Thunderbird power! decision of the Judges will be final. (3) All entries must be submitted .
4 Bedrooms, Living Rm., on official I contest entry forms, available only at Ford
Sy The 1962 Ford Falcon . more from the car America loves
Dealerships In the U.S.A. The contest period shall begin with the
Florida Room, Kitchen, most Now there are 13 wonderful Falcon models, Including opening of business on Friday, September 29, 1961, and end with
Dining Room, Den, Tile the brand.ntw Falcon Deluxe Club Wagon (offers twice the the close of business on Saturday November 11, 1961. Entries AITURNID FIFTY YEA0.S K>OM A6OWHEN AVIJITTD MOTHER ORANOMAf II I rfHFFOUNDihtEOLDKEBOxMAMESS
cargo room of big wagons). You get top economy along with deposited after that date will be ineligible for prizes. (4) This contest I "'YACONRANT
Bath. All electric built-in 1 1 1a this big, new choice of models, too . with en Improved Is void in Wisconsin, Missouri, Connecticut Nebraska and
appliances. Furnished or I version of the famous Falcon Six wherever else prohibited or restricted by 'law' (S) Entries will bejudged
on accuracy, neatness and clarity I Ties will be broken by a
unfurnished. Large util The ell-naw Falcon Squirt . only compact wagon of Its a random drawing: by R' L, Polk and Company, and their decision i
will i be final, ', Winners will be notified mail I
Hindi With I Its woodhke by approximately four
ity or guest house. One smart trim, the Falcon Squire brings
weeks after close of
contest (6) In case a Falcon Squire winner
new sophistication to the .
field Tht
year old. Good terms. e Fait, Bllt, tatMtltInstallation. compact Squirt also glvts has purchased a 1962 Galaxie, Fairlant; Falcon or Thunderbird
foam
you padded seat cushions front and rear, . a counterbalanced
during the contest period that winner has the option of taking the
tailgate with an electrically operated rear Falcon Squire or Its cash equivalent value (manufacturer sug
window,,,and the/longest loadspact of .
delivered
CALL RO 27301 e Prompt, eourtaOKt, any compact wagon. gestedretail price)
I F.D.".'.
I iMflful service REGISTER AT ANY FORD DEALERS THROUGHOUT FLORIDA,' AND IN THESE GEORGIA COUNTIES
'..'....Oodt C.iy" ,
e Frfeldain Fruition
APPLINO ATKINSON BACON e BIN HILL I BERRIEN BRANTLIY BROOKS a iRYAN BULLOCH e CAMDEN CANDLER
Partt.e .
CHARLTON e CHATHAM I CLINCH e COFFEE I COLQUITT COOK DECATUR ICHOLS EFFINGHAM I IVANS e GLYNN GRADY

MerchandiseLET'S Advice on adapting IRWIN JEFF DAVIS e IANIER a LIBERTY LONG a LOWNDES MCINTOSH MITCHELL a MONTGOMERY PIERCE SCREVEN

Frlgldalra appliance SEMINOLE a TATTNALL e TELFAIR a THOMAS TIFF TOOMBS e TREVTLEN a TURNER WARE WAYNE WHEELER WORTH
TRADE MOWERS 10 four kltch.n. COL. IN TODAYaFMiaaeioes
JUST CALL ROdeo 2-4231 today mar oars rooo reuHANe
Call on the folks who'd rAeM Nf tYea/Ace Aaw r1TMeae
foi a FREE damonstratlon oo elGNea iNl ales A/.I W.uraurluur
like to call on you I IGILBERT'S Ae TNerwe uua
your lawn. We'U trade on the
OKEECHOBEE MOTOR COMPANYPhone
.
spot Sizes and prices to fit your
needs. GILBERT'S RO 24461 Oktechobee, Florida Central Electric & Gas Co.

Phone 2.iMIt OKEECHOBEfOkeecflobe.

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FRESH GROUND BEEF LB.39c ,;, Ra MELONS

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TALL HICKORY Honey Dew
SLICED BACON LB. 39c Save at EDDIE'S I each 3 SC

FIRST CUT LEAN LB.I U.S. 1 WHITE 10 LB. BAG


or PORK LOIN CHOPS< T49c POTATOES 35


: SELECT TENDER LB. SEEDLESS CAL.SUNKIST LARG CELLO PAK


Bee f L3SC i CGRAPESILEMONSICARROTS2ib,25c| Doz. 2Sc 2 Packs 19C

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S UGAR i. ,,.:',.....,, with.Dixie$5 5 or Ib.rtiwo Crystal bag pu ch... 29



Juice 25c Charcoal 89c
Pineapple Dole Giant 46 oz.can Briquets ARISTOCRAT 20 lb.bag

TOMATOES Golden Harvest 303 Can 4for39c Prell Liquid Shampoo Reg.60c ONLy43c

BARBECUE SAUCE 39c PLUS
Open Pit 18 Oz. Gleem Tooth Paste Reg.53c

SYRUP Cane Flavor Flap Jack 24 Oz. 22c Crayola Crayon Reg.25c,total val.7Sc ONLY 39c

TETLEY TEA SALE n.os Toilet 6 39c
I, 100 BAGS Colgate Soap Economy pack Bars

TOMATO SOUP lOc 49c
CAMPBELLS Can TREND GIANT BOX
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i FRUIT DRINK SUNAID All Flavors 6 30 0z.bs, 29c SUPER SUDS KING SIZE BOXX1.19

MAYONNAISE 49c 35c
a SHURFINE 'Ia'. QT. DASH REGULAR SIZE BOX

MilK' SHURFINE Top Quaity Tall 3 cans 37c I Orbit Cream Cookies sunshine m QI.pkg.33c
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I FOR, QUALITY, PRICES, I EDDIE !) S PRICES GOOD ADVERTISED THROUGH
VARIETY AND CONVENIENCE . SATURDAY,
ITS EDDIES I DAYS 30th
A ElK SUPER IiIiflKLYE'SEPTEMBER

I.Hi:HrjittVMr Owntr
DON FORGET ITS TRADING .
PLUS TRADING STAMPS 'A.,.:to 9P.M. 7 D ys Weekly I STAMPS PLUS AT EDDIES
j Pbmia RO 2-4271 &.OkMdtobee

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