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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: October 6, 1961
Publication Date: -1992
Frequency: triweekly[<1989>-1992]
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 82, no. 91 (Sept. 13, 1992).
General Note: "The voice of the Everglades."
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 6, no. 24 (Jan. 8, 1926).
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H.MOORI .11- I Velum 31-Number 13 Okeechobee, Florida' Friday' October 6, 1961 lOc Par Copy Telephones" R0d o 2-3221 and 24141 I

Next week (October 8-14)) I is ,

National Fire Prevention Week .. I
and an excellent time for
Florida family to eliminate every any Teen Clubs BOAT CLUBIN Asks ReleaseOn Move OiiDivision "Miss Flame". '

fire hazards that may exist Lithe
home or on the farm. Fire WEEKEND Watershed Contest.Draws.

ranks as the No. 2 killer among Hospital
CRUISEMembers
fatal accident* on Florida farms Ask For Lands HereJudge 60 EntriesThe

The total of U. S. farm losses of the Okeechobee
due to fire runs to $175,000,000 a Boat Club, and their families T. W. Conely, Jr., representing "Miss Flame" contest .

)''eoar For the nation as a whole, Adult took a cruise to the Tropical Fish landowners in the Taylor Of Lake which will be prescented in the
the 1960 loss due to fire totals a Help Camp on the Kissimmee river Creek watershed area, asked the high school auditorium on Sat

whopping $1,107,824,000 accordingto last week end. About 40 made the city council Tuesday night for a urday Oct. 14, and sponsored by To
Teen resolution to be presented to the the Volunteer Firemen' Auxil. Open
a compilation by the National Town, Okeechobee's teenage : Proceedings in the attempt to
Board of Fire Underwriters. club, called a special meetIng trip.Most of the group went up Sat. U. S. Corps ci Engineers askingthe have Lake Okeechobee area and lary, in an effort to raise money

Fires caa be prevented If proper Monday night at the teen urday and returned to Okeecho release of lands that will not the resulting gas tax refunds divided for various projects, has enlisted
precautions are taken. Some center In an effort to seek the bee Sunday evening. Because of :' be used In the project. Federal equitably among bordering the aid of merchants and business .

Very timely Information on fire approval and cooperation of adult the low condition, only two boats easements on large tracts in the counties went forward at a fast men, and have now 80 girls
prevention Is contained in "Tips groups for a recreational expansion ran the river from the lake to area are preventing sale or development pace following a meeting last who will vie for the honor.

on Farm and Home Safety", anew program. the Fish Camp. They reported of the land. The council week, In Okeechobee, of representatives Winner of the contest will be Dec. First
booklet now available from difficulty in crossing tome of the agreed' to sign the resolution. of Okeechobee, Glades, crowned by last years state winner .
the Florida Department of Ag ty Requests and were sent to the count shallow spots. Others made the In other business the council: Martin and Hendry counties and fe will also be eligiblefor
city
riculture. The author Is A. M. commissions and to trip by auto.Everyone Adopted a resolution to rezone State Representative W, R. the state contest this year.
various civic organizations for lots on south Parrott Ave. from Contestants Completion o f Okeechobee rived but cannot be installed until
Pe-ttis, safety leader of the Florida reported an enjoy Scott of Martin county was named and their sponsors
representatives to attend the residential to commercial county's new half million dollar ; the air conditioning units: art
Agricultural Extension Service. able The are: Barbara Harvey
trip. get-together: was head of a committee Royal'sDepartment
compos. ,
meeting. Quite a number appear. Agreed to fill an alley In backof hospital will probably be delayed
climaxed old Store Raulerson
by an fashioned rib ed of the state representatives of ; Margie in.Cliff
ed from local: groups but not all Hayes Electric that fills with about a month because of labor Simonds, hospital admin.
pit: barbecue Saturday night, with the four counties !, Finley Jewelers; Patsy
organizations: were represented water In wet weather. disputes over the nation. Biggest istrator, had hoped the installation
Fire week stands all Stanley Big Lake Office
prevention the ribs, baked beam, salad Scott contacted Attorney J. Supply;
Two members of the Moved is caused by failure to receive would be completed by
county to advertise for holdup
out in our mind. While managingour and: coffee that everyone could a new Lewis Hall, Tallahassee, atorney Carolyn! Gonzalez, Mr and Mrs.
commission, John Pearce and police car, Motion to buy the car air-conditioning equipment. Nov. 1, but says It probably will
Fred
first eat. Fried chicken served Wilson Loretta Roberts
newspaper many years was for the Sttae Association of ; ,
county -
Hiram Raulerson, attended. It was passed at an earlier meeting A carload of furniture has ar- be Dee 1 before it is ready for
ego I i.i) Nashville, III., we pro. Sunday. The food was preparedby : Commissions, Immediately Worth Paint Store; Nina Dale
moted our first special editionen was noted by more than one per. Mrs B, Elliott, camp man Moved to buy 300 feet of water' following the meeting and scoured Powell, Bob's Cafe; Glenda Mix- occupancy
Fire Prevention Week. We son present that the city councilwas ager, and her staff. pipe and to extend service to a his promise to represent the on, Markham Bros and Co.; GARBAGE The new hospital will be among

trudged door to door and sold a conspicuous; ; in their ab. The camp was purchased re new home. counties, legally, In in Intervention Karen Deloney, Okeechobee Dry SERVICE the finest in: the nation, modern
sence. One of the
couple of sponsored pages. We group commented cently by B. Elliott Jr., and Decided that the stop light was move in a Lee county bond Cleaners; Connie! Johns, AUaway it every detail. Operating rooms,
cold a few other ads and wrote that since the teen club James Smith of Belle Glade. For. needed at Seminole and 9h: validation suit, providing he was Lumber Co.; Crlckett Scott, G. QUESTIONEDFrank nursery, x.ray room, stainless
was of more concern to the city Streets The county had asked steel kitchen doctors' lounge
,
ai editorial. It was the biggest merly Underhill's camp, it was free to do co. He will probably be & S. Builders; Claudia Ann Watt ,
the Nashville Democrat than to the county that it seemed that it be moved to the junctionat ford Reeves appeared at the nurses' headquarters private and
paper renamed the Tropical Fish Camp. used in other legal matters concerning Goolsby's Flying "G": Jo-
had published at that time. Ink a bit uncooperative of the Since changing hands many improvements the new county barn. Some the lake division attempt etta Graham, Aqua Aire Motel; meeting of the city council apparently semi-private rooms, technicians'
Spots was 21 years old. city council to not be representedat have been made and discussion was made on Installing also. Connie Williams, Okeechobee by request to hear complaints quarters, reception rooms, dining:
the meeting. a light there, also. County Bank Gayle Davis D&D on the garbage pick-up room are all to be finished in the
many more are planned.The A portion of the lake, about 20 ;
If conditions do not change Philip Mosley president of the boat clubbers stated they Councilman Yeilding suggest. per cent, lies within the bound. Grocery; Sandra McFarland, B. service that he manages in the latest manner. Oxygen will' be
,;' v ithln the next three weeks there club, opened the meeting and a were favorably Impressed with ed repairing the old city dump aries of Glades County. They Lovely Beauty Salon; Dianne city, and to explain why some piped to every room. A standby
tC'lilI be no Boat-a-cade. We madea brief invocation was given by the service and hospitality shown truck at a cost of $635 After have never collected any gas tax Watts, Ronnie: Watts Construction garbage has not been picked tsp generator: will start automatically :

trip up the river last weekend Father Cave. Mosl y Introducedhis them at the camp. some discussion it was decided funds, however. The money for Co.; Judy Hazellief, Central There Is no stipulation In his in event of a power failure anda

to the Tropical Fish Camp stair and the club advisory Among those taking part in that It would be more economicalto the entire surface of the lake Electric and Gas Co.: franchise that requires him to warning signal sounds shoulda

and found the going tough. The board. He gave a summary of the outing were Mr and Mrs !buy a new truck. No action has always gone to Palm Beech Geraldine McNatt, Ruby Wheat- pick up all garbage. In answer to short occur in the wiring.

river Is so low our motor hit club activities to date and asked Leonard Berger, Mr. and Mrs was taken however county The Glades county commission ley's Beauty Shop; Phyllis White- complaints that service had been Drives and parking area will
bottom dozens of times. We made for reports from members of the Lamonte H. Moore, Mr. and: Mrs. Leon Williams, street .superintendent : met in special session hurst, Bennie's Auto Supply; refused he said that in some instances be paved and curbing has been

it. but ran slow both ways. Reports club on fund-raising projects, expenditures L. E. Herbert, Mr. and Mrs. Em. was instructed to check Monday, Oct. 2, presumably to Donna Williams, Sandra's Dress where city alleys were Installed on the drives. Emergency
are that conditions are of the club, etc. The Emerson Moore, Mr. and Mrs. / hat was needed to Install two plan suit for their share of the Shop; Karen Albritton, Strick Impassable or dangerous to drive entrance: will be paved witha
above the Tropical Howard culverts to new homes in: south. rnd residents refused to put gar wide area for operation of am
even worse and
meeting was conducted in a businesslike Drawdy daughters gas tax refund and thereby land Egg Farm; Pat Gaughan,
Fish Camp. We ran a couple of manner Linda and Cookie, Mr. and Mrs. east Okeechobee.The thwart any move by Palm Beach Dixie Home Furniture Co.; Joy bage on the street he did refuse bulances.

miles toward 4-E and gave up %v, 0. Jeffers, Mr. and Mrs. 0. S. council agreed to have county to tie; up county boundaries Harden, Mixon's Garage; Verona service. Some people used 55 gal. Other new facilities include a
after "'e crossed two sandbars Moseley explained the purposeof I Jeffers, Mr and Mrs. Ed Williams police check the dance at the for a number of yean bya Llghtsey, Raulerson's Department lon oil drums and loaded them public address system, a central
completely across the river. the meeting\ as an attempt to Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Bass teen center on Friday and Satur. bond !issue. Store; Darlene Bobbins, with heavy material. In some dictating system. From three
create greater club activities. He and children, Mrs. Mary Stirpak day night.: The request was made i Tom's Toasted Peanuts DeWilda cases two or more drums were points in the building dictation
and members of the adult advisory Mr. and Mrs. Wilburn Lawson, I by the teen club.A Underbill. Dewilton ; Underhill I filled much too heavy for two may be recorded on a central

BralimaiisRemain board were emphatic in stat. George: Evanko, Miss Sylvia discussoln was made on the PTA Seeks Items Dragline Works: Carol Ann: Walker men to carry and placed where machine by telephone.
ing that the club was not asking: Bass, Miss Mary Carlton, Miss extension of sewer service to John Ed Watford Trucking; the trash must be carried a long Temperature control temper
financial aid but asking cooper. Mary Lee Withers Low. motels on south Parolt Ave No FOt' Annual distance to the truck. People who
Bobby
Glendoria Luna ature and humidity will be
Sargent's Citrus
ation from adult action was taken. had been refused service and
groups to ex Mr. and Mrs.
ery, Jesse Boydand Products maintained at a precise level at
tend ideas and furnish chaper. Mr. Mayor Donald Mack asked the School Carnival ; Kathy Zych, Western had paid In advance were being
sons, and Mrs. R. N. Auto Associate all times It is controlled by air
Store
city to appoint a prosecuting at. ; Lyn refunded their money, he
Vick Mr. and Mrs.
ons.He Eugene liar torney for where siilks.: Georg Burroughs, chairman da Malls, Coker Gas and Electric conditioning and a central heat.
cases one was
vey, Kenneth Lawson and Joe said.Councilman ing unit. Wires imbedded In
the
said the club Co. Jackie
planned an in of Ferrell, Wilma'sStyle
I: Rotuneoa. needed in city court The requestwas charge the Annual C, H. Parkersonsaid
Undefeated outside/ patio 41x45 feet for ceiling will give quick control in
games.'rss f Hallowe'en Carnival Shop; Sandra Mums, Inter-
slated for further discussion. sponsored that the alley back of his
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see IMII -%n > *! County & the event of a sudden temperature
; ; ,bjf the Parent Tfuctifr'i AMOcljrtiu.i.nas Telephone : Telegraph home was in good shape and
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all they can hope to have \if they City AppOln concerned abou'fhac oi. Bimouncea tnuv PJU... \ Tiilu *.llmnni n.rln nli .Jur. asset h* had been refused service. change
The Okeechobee Brahmans lnvaded depend on dancing alone. They lion on the street marking project tot the event are progressing. niture Co.; Janet Waldron, Sierra Leon Yeilding asked him if he Construction costs will be about
Arcadia Friday night and want to Include such activities as Examining Bd. I suggested that markers be I There Is, however still a need Inn Restaurant; Gwen Under drove hU car through the alley. $353,000. Furnishings and equipment
:
walked away with an Impressive shuffle board. table tennis, various placed on streets as they are for more parents to work In the.--- hill, Chester Underhill Transport Parkerson said he did and Veil- I will total approimately
13 to 7 win over a tough Arcadia games and books for those A. A. Scott, chairman of the ] now named. Other councilmen booths, Mrs. Burroughs said, Service; Barbara Davis, Rauler dings statement that Parkerson $75,000 according to figures supplied .

squad, to stay In the undefeated who care to read. They hope to local builders association, was protested that there were conflicting Boxes are to be placed In the son's Grocery; thought less of his car than he by Simonds.
class. The Brahmans showed I a open the club a few afternoons informed by the city ocuncil on names and they should be, school classrooms Monday to Carolyn Barnett, Peters 5c to (Yeilding) did his resulted In an A big financial boost was givento
marked improvement over the after school and possibly an ev- Tuesday night that the city pre renamed. No further action wa I receive donations of any Item $1 Store; Virginia Williams, Tas- argument that cropped up inter the hospital by the Hecksher

week before when they held enning or two during the week. ferred to go along with the taken I suitable for resale at the carn tee Freez; Brenda Pearce, Okee. mittently during the meeting. Foundation, a philanthropic organization .
Clewlston to a scoreless tie. Their Up asked the opinion of the adult county In adopting a building ival. A Country Store is planned chobee Jewelers; Shirley Johns, which has extensive

first win was over Jupiter, September assemblage. rode Chairman Claude Gardner To Ilea and a variety of atricles Merita Bakers; Mary Jane Lef. holdings In Okeechobee county.
11. Coach Ray Morris Father Cave, representing six said the cost would be too great JayCees will be sold there. ter, Loyd's Barber Shop; Diane Retires From Cliff Boyles, secretary of the Rotary

aid thnt Arcadia was the strongest organizations: congratulated the for either the city or the countyto Dedication Of Merchants are being contact Elmore, Teen Town; Ann Kilpat- Road club, and Simonds presenteda
team the local boys have teen club for the good work they stand individually The associ. ed and asked to donate either rick, Okeechobee Bakery: Gladys Dept. j request for aid to the Hecksher
faced far this although ation was told at the last county cash Bowers, Burgess Supply Co.; Dor- Foundation and Boyles
so year have done. lie said that organi. New HospitalThe or merchandise for the Berne Welch, who has been appeared
the scoreless game of the week zations of this type had not only board meeting that although the affair. To date 28 merchants bthy Godwin, Padgett's Pharmacy with the State Road Department in person: at the New York office

before might indicate otherwise. the approval of the local, but also county approved of a code, no local Jaycees agreed Tu have contributed.The ; Jane Hunt, Hunt Bros. as project engineer for of the concern. As a result a
Okeechobee's first score came money had been budgeted to offset Wholesale Grocery; Norma Gae grant of $1863 was liven The
Hallowe'en
Carnival Is the
of the state and the national day night to head the dedi to Okeechobee Area for the past
1.1 the second quarter when Alex the expense and it would have be held Raulerson Biscayne Chemical money wyill be used for
Saturday night equipment
Episcopal church. He warned lion services of the new h October 8 years resigned the last day
Fulford ran 33 yards for a touch. to wait until next year. Meanwhile 28 Co.; Sherlyn Whitney, AnnaJane' in the and child.ren'
The nursery
plans include
however, that the club was not pital, which will be, accord, a cake of September He had been with
down. Conversion made the score approved by some narrow-mind- they plan to work up a to Cliff Simonds hospital ad ii walk, fortune tellers, fish pond Beauty Shop; Mary Helen the road department for IS'iyews. department of the hospital.The .

,.a. In the third Cary Baldwin d people who were looking for a code applicable to the county. Isctrator, sometime In Dec and a number of games of skillas Williams, Fashion Awni n g s; hospital also has received
vent around the end for eight The council suggested that the well booths Gwen Wherell, Park "66" Service several other gilts and seven
chance to protest and who would her. as selling hot dogs The office crew surprised Mr.
yards to score the second touch. association prepare a plan for Station; rooms will be furnished as a re-
demand that the club be closed Nineteen members of e hamburgers, soft drinks, coffee Welch with a farewell party and
down. The Brahmans lost the examination of builders to present Judy Faircloth, Boston Store sult. Among the donors are the
and' ;
the first Indication of misbehavior snow-cones. The carnival
it club met at the Palmetto presented him with suede leather
ball on a couple other occasions: to the council for approval.An will be held in Ann Foy, Tom Foy's Garage; a Rotary club, the Masonic Ladee.
the
by any of the members. taurant Tuesday night for Ir j high school coat.
by fumbles, that may have cost examining board is to be appointed Ann Watford, South Florida Office I Mrs. Ruby Hancock, Mrs. John
He urged them to work out some regular meeting. They en] gymnasium from 5 to 8 o'clock. Those attending Lois
them scores. They played mainly I : : by the city, to check Equipment; Elsie Johns were Evans, Teen Town, MethodistWomen's
system where members are required and Preceding the carnival theparade Whidden
dinner
a family style 4rd office Wm.
of contractors.It Meeklns secretary;
.
Concrete
ground attempting only qualifications Inc.; Jane Wyatt Clubs, and C E. Belk.
a game to check in and out of Simmonds, who was a Iet will be held, with Judg. Sheen, Woody Cross Rex
,
of Spivey,
tlx; two completed. has been the contention Holsum Bakers; Cherie Davis The Firemen and Firemen's Aux
passes the club dances. speaker, give a talk or thfew tug at the band stand in the Basil Harvey J. T. Coker L.
Arcadia's lone touchdown came the builders association that any Okeechobee "66"; Judj Loll, C. iliary have given $184 and the
en: a 80-yard pass ply with one It was evident that members of one could get a license at anytIme hospital. He described:! th4ew park. Mrs. Marvin Arrants is Ziegler's Furniture: Glenda Snod. Davis, Franklin Padgett and Fine Arts Club $35. Women of

second left to play the game. the advisory board were not hap. In the county whether he building, told of the nfrn parade chairman. grass, American Legion Auxiliary Fred Cullum, assistant district the Episcopal church have donated
with the lack of Interest: shown builder not. techniques and equipment be To climax the evening, a "Wo- engineer: of construction.
Coach Morris made special p> was a qualified or ; Charlotte Andrews, Hodgesand drapes for reception rooms
mention of Brahmans Roger Bar by parents of teen agers. Only a Scott said that at the present used and gave an appro ate manless Wedding" Is to take Sons Real Estate; Linda Mr and Mrs. Welch left and Griffin Floyd has drawn

ton. J. B. Ard Steve Stanley, I few are willing to act as chap. time an unlicensed builder was estimate of the cost of thJ U-. place beginning at 8 o'clock In Finder, the Jaycees Thursday for an extended vacation plans for landscaping.

Bobby Carden and Marvin Wher. erons, they said. One member of operating in Okeechobee and ture and furnishings He rpst- the school auditorium. Donald Donations were made by Nix visiting Washington, D.C., However, many other Items
rell for an outstanding game. : the board said that some parents agreed to give Mayor Mack his ed the club to take ch of Lott, principal of the elementary Candy Co.; McCarthy Grocery, and New York City and then over are needed, Simonds said, adding

The next game will be a home Mould dump the kids out at the name the dedication ceremon'ei school, is In charge of the play, Park Drug, Joe's Barber Shop, to Indiana to visit with their that the hospital board will be
center well before opening time which will be one hour long. Fair children until after Christmas. for
game, October 13, when Okee. Store, Robinson's Seed grateful any gift. A plaque
chobee plays host to Sebring. The and they would often have to 1 Merchants who have already Store, Sheppard's Motel, Gil They will return to Okeechobee will be erected with a list of all
Sebring line Is bigger and more i stand outside and wait for some Former Teacher Tries Jf>; made donations Include: Hector bert's, Leonard Berger Insurance: to make their home here donors, he said.

epxerienced than the Brahman one to pick them up after the Feed Mill, Expert Dairy Service, Agency; 441 Bar-B-Q, WherrellOil

Morris, will be one club closed. These parents apparently Mixon Garage, Domer's Machine Watford's Appliances
and to and
team of the toughest'tests that the local refuse to see the Important For 35 Years I jstaff Shop, Ruby Wheatley, The Fair the Okeechobee Livestock Mar. School For Boys In Its
boys will have to face. "We function of the club in providing Slays Store, Sandra's Dress Shop, Dixie ket.
not beat them but they will healthy supervised recreation for Home Furniture Store. Okeecho- I

may know they've been In a game," )'oung'people who might other. Mary Maud Jeffords went to and her know-hulas of |I bee Jewelers, Rauler n'. Grocery Third Year Of
wise be in some kind of mis tithing Raulerson's DepartmentStore OperationCourt
Morris said. work in the governor's office 35 tremendous value l.i: Sister Of Local
The Brahmans will be inactive chief. the transition of statlminis. Watford's Appliances, A&P

this week end but the Yearlings, Those present: were Interested years ago on a "trial basis". tratlons. Store, Mobley Garage.Dave's Woman Dies The Florida Schoo' for Boy. [ was admitted on Sept.

the junior team will play Lake in the plea of the club and came The former Okeechobee County Quiet and unassu Mrs. Trading Center, Mc.Carthy's it Okeeehobee Is now well into 16, 1969, from Broward County,

placid at the local field Friday up with numerous Ideas and suggestions. school teacher not only made Jeffords shies away politi. Store, Okeechobee In OcalaMrs. its third year of operation, and and more came between the
tight at 7.00 p. m. John Pearce, chairmanof good, she remained on through a cal discussions. Sh really Cleaners 98" Gulf Station, Tom transfers from Marlanna until

the county board, said that he succession of 11 governors, providing declines to say whle the 11 Foy's Garage, Padgett's DrugStore Suzie Mae Gay, 31 of since Its opening on July 17, 1959, a total of 175 white and 125 colored .
age
Barbecue highly approved of the club and a link between that many governors she has si under D&D Grocery, Royal's Ocala died at her home Thurs. 1,004 boys have been admittedto were received,

Hold Its good work and was willingto administrations.In she considers the rrfapable Department Store, G & S Builders day, Sept 28 She was a sister the school and of these, 643 Up until the four new cottages -
The Okeechobee County Farm spend county funds: to furtherIt. an office deep in the re and: most efficient.She Chalk's Taxi, R. B, Me- ot Mrs. Haynes E. Williams of boys have been returned to their were put into operationthis
Bureau will hold its annual Bar. lie was backed In this by H. cesses of the governor's suite said she ha e misgivings I serve, White's "8V Station and Okeechobee. Mrs. Gay had been homes. year, the 300 boys were hous.

becue and election of officer U. Raulerson, another member Mrs. Jefofrds carries on her when she c TaIls- Badcock's Furniture, ..(ore. ill for some time, but her death Of the 1,004 boys admitted, 558 ed in 12 cottages, seven In the I
at the Teen Center (Old County of the board. work as appointments officer for hassee In October, 0 work was unexpected. were white boys, while 446 were white. department and five in
Barn) on October 5 at 6:30: .m. There will be another meeting the governor, Quietly and methodically as a secretary In flee of WEEKEND SERVICES Mrs. Gay is survived by her admitted to the colored depart the colored. The addition of four

Anyone Interested in belong- Tuesday evening, Oct. 10 at the she keeps track of the the late Gov. Joh Martin Rev F. C. Roohrer, pastor of husband, two children, one brother ment. The 643 discharged boys new cottages gives the white I
Ig to the Farm Bureau Is cord. home of Mrs. Z. K. Williams and hundreds of officers of state and She had been atte a Jack. the Church of the Brethren, announced and two sisters were broken down into leO white department nine cottages to

lally invited to attend this meet local group representatives are county boards and commissions. sonvllle business s nd was that week-end: evangelistic Funeral services were held at ,and 274 colored. house "223 boys, and the colored

'ng. Invited to attend. Among her other duties she has sent over on trial. services, beginning Friday 2 p. m. Sunday. at the Roberts Only July 17, 1959, 50 white department seven cottages to
Club officers are Philip Mosley, the responsibility of funneling "Gov, Martin waff ready nIght October 6 will be held. Funeral Home In Ocala. Last boys were transferred from the house 17S boys.

HOLDS MEETING MONDAYThe president; David Allgood, vice through the proper channels the to run for the U. fate and The Rev. E. J. Gascho of Winter rites were performed by Rev. school at Marlaiwa, and over a At the present time the cOlored
Ministerial Association president; Betty Lou Williams, tl'emendOllJ'olume of mall I thought it wouldi* to Set Park will illustrate hymns at all Raymond K. Alley Attending Ute period of four months, 75 more department has 171 boys enrolled

meeting was held Monday morning second vice president; Donna Lee which arrives daily at the office. csutaxodsopporth Mid. three services Friday, Saturday services from Okeechobee were white boys and 100 colored boys and la operating at near capacity
at the host church, The Godwin, secretary-treasurer: and One of the first to arrive In "He heard abo il called and Sunday evenings Mr. and Mrs. Haynes E. Wil- I were received from Marlanna, ,

Church of the Brethren. At this Sue Clay, reporter. the morning, she sets b motion me in. He saldIWM one Rev. Rohrer and church members llama Mrs. Z, K. Williams, Mrs The first colored boys came to The white department has an

time, plans were made for the Advisory board members are the basic work which goes on be piece of advice h* to pass have expresed i welcome to Bill Williams and Mr. and Mri. the school on Aug. 2 when 50 enrollment of 167 boys and li
annual Eve of Thanksgiving Un. Kathryn Holt, Rowena Parker. hind the scenes In the top office on: to me and Has 'don't the public to come and worship. 0. D. Godwin arrived from Marlanna. readying Itself\ for over 50 boy
Williams Hazel of state government. take sides'. Tha** nd ad- Eva Mae : eachof
ion Services, which will be. held son Interment was at the Greenwood The first boy admitted to the which will gW It an wollment
Church. Williams and Mrs. Campbell. Gov. Bryint's administrative vice", the three nights. Cemetery at Ocala. school
At the First Baptist directly from the Juvenile i of 225.I .

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Page 2 Oketchobee News In hip boots 'If you have them) tial and state law
Friday, October 6, 1961 enforcement IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
if not-waJe:! U ). vatlons of the Central! the estate of Charles
anyway Onlya officers to see that all regular THE NINTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT Doney, deceased Okeechobee Florida, and Immediately "o-
r+.esreraa.exuee' ew couple boats made the, run tons are enforced, We urge all OP FLORIDA. IN AND and Southern Florida has filed his complaintIn thereafter file the or-
up the river for the boat club hunters to abide by all bunting FOR OKEECHOBEE Flood Control District asset the Circuit Court of the Ninth iginal of same In the Office of I
outing at the Tropical Fish regulations and to hunt safely at TY. IN CHANceRY' COUN- forth In Deed Book 39, Judicial Circuit In aid for Okee- the Clerk of Circuit Court of !the
Camp (formerly( Underbills all! page 391, public recordsof chobee County, Florida
HOOK LYIN' last limes. And when you hunt oa CASE NO. 1877 againstyou above styled Court; otherwise, a
week end. They reported :: lands, of another person you i ACTION TO QUIET TITLE Okeechobee County and each of you, as Defendants Decree Pro Confesso will be entered -
where the motor drug bottom for sa" 1r'Je' Respect the owner's I V G. FLEMING. SR. Florida. seeking to quiet the title of against you and this cause \ I
w + AND LURE half a mile or more la places rights and property. Good man Jually and as Said Lots lying In and the Plaintiff to the above described shall thereafter proceed against
they had to tilt !the motor to ntu Ace:> down poslers which istrator of the estate of comprising a part of the real property located In you ex part. ;1
get across. If dry weather continues I keep you out." 'I'I Chai es Dorsey, deceased, sit of SWN of SWVi Okeechobee County Florida. Done and Ordered at Okeechobee
the river will! be un- Plaintiff and NWW of SW of You are hereby nettled that Okeechobee County, Florida,
ByEMERSON navigable by early spring - - vs.FRANK SWV4 of Section 14. the return day of this Notice to this 5th day of October, 1961.
l Township 37 South, Defend/ is November 13, .1961, HAYNES E. WILLIAMS
E. MOORE W. RANDALL
et al.
Lii We'd like to have a picture of (.atendt Defendants. Range 35 East. and you shall on or before said Clerk of Circuit Court
YOU
i your catch when you get a big NOTICE TO DEFEND AND EACH OF YOU, date serve a copy of your defense Okeechobee County, Florida
fish or a good string. We'd also LN THE NAME OF THE are hereby severally notified If any, upon W. L Hen- (CIRCUIT COURT SEAL)
STATEOF
Big fish stories are beglnlng to go yonder. Then he ran all 1 like to have a story about It.W.1 O&eniiwvvvvvvvvi FLORIDA, TO T1IE DEFENDANTS tbat'W. G. Fleming, Sr., individually dry Attorney for Plaintiff Oct. 6, 13, 20, 27, 1961. ,
to appear agate now that the the line off the reel and tookit ] even let you lie a !little' : .1 and as Administrator of whose address is P. 0. Box 332 The Okeechobee News

lights have cooled a bit and with him. (I about where you caught them, Frank W. Randall; P. A. Randall .
water U clearing up. We saw and how. We don't always get QUARTERBACK CLUB and Ruth Randall, his wife
;;;; Mon. ;
several nice catches of bass last' of the big news we heard around when you bring them In I day, 7:30: pm. at the Court D G WatkIns, individually, and t
*eek.! A fisherman from Fort 1- were caught on shiners, but there is always someone at House as Trustee: for Clyde Watklns
Myers was proudly displaying water lures are becoming Increasingly The News Office that can take REBEKAH LODGE, Monday Clara Watkins and Edna Watkins -
IB 84 pound bass at Tropical popular with Hit bass the picture 1 you don't havea I'8:00: pm. at Lodge Hall ; J. M. Barksdale. individually WEAREMOVING
Fish Camp. Jesse 'Shorty', Boyd however. And the ever faithful with FFA ,
camera you. Why not Monday, All day tour ai Trustee and as Guardian
has a 10V pounder frozen up plastic worm Is acocuntmj: for bring them to us for a shot.It's Tropical Famu.A.MERICAN of the person and property of
that be caught In the river last a few. good advertising for our I LEGION Tuesday Clyde Watkins and Clara Wat-
week Camp Okeesimmee, River dishing 8pm. Lesion HjU. kilts, minors; Clyde Watkins;
Lake and Hardens Fish Camp Some nice uueglll and shell I JAYCEES Tuesday 7:00 Clara Watkins, George P. Martin
pm
report good catches over the crackers ore coming In from the Dove First Palmetto Restaurant I and Vivian Martin, his wile; B.
weekend. We didn't get any government cut. Not many fish-! nOTARY Tuesday, 12:15 p, m. L Wilson; Curt Denson, Mrs. R.
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braggin' fish but didn't do lug for specs but those who do Phase Closed Lakeshore Restaurant. B. Peters< and Mrs. B. P. Ramsey
too bad. bring In some nice ones, The river MWU Tuesday, 7.30: a.m.. If said Defendants are living
In producing: some nice bream In County Baptist Church. and if any or ail of said Defendant
L. H. Moore reported hooking a and specs too. I WOMEN'S CLUB Thursday or Defendants are deceased
ca:fish (and confirmed by Mrs. Okeechobee Is one of the six 12.00 noon. Club House the unknown spouse \
Moore) that 'it looked like a The river Is getting mightylow counties that is not open to dove FINE ARTS CLUB Thursday, heirs, devisees, creditors grantees I!
shark"" Old Ink Spots brought lowest we've ever seen hunters during the first of the 400; p, m, Sierra Inn. or other parties claiming by I
him almost within gaffing distance it In years. We know several two phase season. Other counties through, under or against any
twice before he decided places where it can be waded where the hunting will not be Jackson such deceased Defendant or Defendants. WE WILL BE IN OUR NEW BUILDINGON
permitted during the first phase. Sills If alive and if dead.
Oct. 7 through Oct. 29, are De Ends Course their unknown heirs,- devisees,; NORTH PARROTT AVENUE AT THE

Solo Glades Hardee Indian legatees, or grantees; and all RAILROAD AFTER MONDAY OCTOBER9th
River, St. Lucie and a part of Pv. Jackson. Sills 18, son I parties having or claiming to ,
CENTRAL ELECTRICAND Franklin. Local nlmrods will ;not of Mr and Mrs. Harris A. Sills have any right, title or interest 1961.
have far to travel if they wanta y lAeechobee completed the 12- in the property herein described,
crack at the doves during the week fuel and electrical system to-wit:
GAS COMPANYNOW first phase, however. The bordering repair course at The Ordnance All of Block 1. Lots 1,
counties of Martin, Highlands School, Aberdeen Proving Ground 2, and 4 to 12 inclusive
and Osceola are all open in Maryland Sept. 1$. of Block 2; all of Blocks WE
STOCKSA hunting will be permitted from Sills was tralrcl: to Inspect, adJust 3, 4, 5, 6; Lots 1 to 10 Inclusive INVITE OUR FRIENDS TO VISIT
noon until sunset during the 47- an"e-'" 14, 15, and 16 of OUR NEW OFFICE
AND
SHOW
COMPLETE LINE OF day (or rather hall- The second phase of the season wheeled ankh ua. .. Lots 1, 2, 3, 14, 15 and AND TO INSPECT THE MODERN NEW I I
opens In all 67 counties from noon He entered the Army ,ash 18 of Block 9 and all of t
ElectricalSupplies :Nov 23 through Jan. 8, 1962. March and received basic train. Block 10, GRANADA GAS APPLIANCES AND HEATERS. .,I
Hunters will be allowed a dally inC at Fort Bennlng, Ga. TERRACE according to
bag limit of 12 and a 24 dove the plat thereof recordedin
possession limit. Hunters must 26TH IN NATION Plat Book 2, page 63, I
have a valid hunting license. In Florida ranks second east of public records of Okee )
managed dove hunting areas an |I the Mississippi River In total chobee County, Florida. C
additional $3 license will be re land area with 54,252 square Less right of way of State tI)
AND quired.It miles The Florida State Chamber Road 70 (formerly SR 8)) GLADESGAS I
is legal to hunt doves over of Commerce also reports and subject to the reser- I
standing crops grain fields seeded that the state ranks 26th In the
FixturesEVERYTHING I In a regular agricultural mann nation In this category "'III
(', over craze of standing grain I
or scattered grain as a result of Give Yew Home Styled HowChristian COMPANYN.
d IN THE normal agricultural harvest. Science
ELECTRICAL LINE It Is illegal to bait fields with

anything that attracts the birds, i HealsTV PARROTT AVE. PHONE RO 2.5301
OKEECHOBEE
over feed lots where grain is w M = FLA.
t : present due to stock feeding orfields FASHION
.J where crops have been Cfwnnel 4 Sunday I'45 am
New Fixtures will beautify burned dragged down or otherwise e}
Station _
home . New manipulated and left on the ;..: AWNINOS A DOORHOO0Sfin Sundays
your WSWN 12:45: .
I ground. Shotguns must be plug. towty m,4..nr.htlNer ,p.m.loor -
gad to tltra Wj.il opfHjn *VW
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wiring will .lIm/na'> DONALD MACK:
Rifles \ )
are prohibited. '
fire hazards, give greater I A. P Aldrich director, Game B.. Gal frw taituiui ....1' ) SERVICE GUIDESINCLAIR
and Fresh Water Fish Commission .
efficiencySEE said "There will be strict \ /
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i Donald Mack ..
patrolling on early dove and ,..,
marsh-hen shooting by both Fed- Phone 2.3821 '- >ooJ -- - .-- ---- .--- .......,...
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We Are Electrical Contractors 'ZY' Beauty Advisor Wholesale] Bulk Plant
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S AIR CONDITIONED Phone RO 2-4231
CENTRAL ELECTRIC ".M"e North Klssimm
DRYERS Contact Bridge-Road 78

AND GAS COMPANYPHONE TOMMY DOONAN,Mgr C. H. SHIRLING
For Appointment
2-5561 OKEECHOBEE Mall cocks to *
i/11 Til. RO 2.6485LOANS GILBERT OIL CO. Phone RO 2-4160
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a $25 to $600 EVINRUDE DEALER

SALES SERVICE

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t t can FINANCE COMPANY Fishermen Haven

ATTAWAY LUMBER CO. Phone RO 24231REPAIRING FmIN'S: GOOD IN Okeechobee, Florida
HAYES ELECTRIC >ally OKEECHOBEEREPAIRS

"Complete Building Supplies" t e it !
RESIDENTIAL AND COMMERCIAL WIRING OF WRECKER SERVICE

PLYWOOD-HARDWARE oORE'S SMALL APPLIANCESSuch CALL
LICENSED ELECTRICIAN ON FR1GIDAIRE AND ROdeo 2.1631
PAINT-DOORS-ROOFING-STEEL X-WEAR as Toasters, Fans, MAYTAG APPLIANCES ROdeo 2-5674
PNONE RO 2-4643 PLASTER-BUILDING TRUSSES FL ENAMEL Irons and Sewing Ma JOHNSON I Rodeo 2-6333

FLORIDA chines. MOTORS DAY OR NIGHT
OKEECHOBEE OKEECHOBEE PHONE RO 24121 FLORIDA
DAVE'STRADING LAWN
Pure Gas & 00

CENTERTV OARJD Automotive Repairs
A RADIO REPAIR TOM FOY GARAGI

Phon 2-6025 GILBERT'S North Park Street

CABINET BUILDINGON OSCAR CRABILLBUILDER Phone ROdeo OKEECHOBEECONCRETE !


OR OFF THE JOB AND DEVELOPER i
FREE ESTIMATES Goodyear Tires. MAC'S

:OFfICE FURNITURE-FURNITURE-VANITIES WOODED LOTS FROM . . . . $1195.00
Largest Stock In Town iI
FORMICA WORKFORMATOPSGEORGE WATER FRONT LOTS FROM . .. $1895.00 7.50x14 LAKE! SHORE GARAGE SEPTIC TANKS I

Wilcox Shores While or Black General Repairs GREASE TRAPSINSTALLED

SPANN Okeechobee Estates For ftn or out $9.95 Brakes Tune Up ,,1 I

PHONE RODEO 2-7541 $1 down fOc a week *
OKEECHOBEE "LetGeorge Do It" RO 24851 on c te, wood Welding
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OKEECHOBEE, FLORIDAIF EaiUit Terms _In Tewn I
on GILBERT'SDealer Phones Day RO 2.9641 ROdeo 2.1391

e SuP' j\ high Night RO 24653 ROdeo 2-4724

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Oke.chob Builders SUpplyCompany YOU ARE LOOKING FOR BUSINESS- ROBERT MAYS BLOVELYBEAUTY
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Lasts eaMA SALON

STEEL-CONCRETE PRODUCTS YOU SHOULD LET THIS SPACE Watkins Products Plumbing & Repair Work Five Trained People To

BUILDING SUPPLIES WORK FOR YOUI ,* * Care For Your Beauty
Call NeedsConveniently
PLUMBING SUPPLIES-PLASTER MATERIALS FOR INFORMATION J. E. CONE RO 6-1293 Located At

WEST OF SAL. DEPOT PHONE THE NEWS OFFICE Phone RO 2-4501 Fifth and Osceola St.

BURJJSSSuppfco. After 6 PM. Next to Pt
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II Okttchob News, Friday, October 6, 1961 Page 3 I

\ I Swamp Buggy Marine Recruiter "SUPER.RIGHT" WESTERN TENDER HALF or WHOLE SMOKED

Races To Beheld Here October 16

Nov. 3.5 According. to Gunnery Ser lt'a
geant Pete Walker, United States
I ]\', undoubtedly the world's Marine Corps recruiter from

strangest race In the strangest West Palm Beach, he is schedulIng p.r'1Ta
letting by the strangest vehicles. another recruiting trip to i
It's the annual Swamp Buggy Okeechobe on Oct. 16.
Derby, which highlights the While in Okeechobee Sgt.
Swamp Buggy Days celebrationin Walker may be located at the
this little, southwest Florida
Postoffice and any young men
coastal town scheduled for Nov. .
or women Interested in joinIng
I, 4 and 5 this year.
the Marines should contact
The three-day celebration Is a him there. ::
curtain raiser to the Florida
hunting season, honors the pioneers Young men between the agesof ; rxii"i; ;.>,:tbis, r;.
<< 17 and 26 who think they {', ,
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who settled this area and would like an'aviation assign byyJ +;.k.yinn:;?:

the highlight is man's strangest ment, training in a technical field \
vehicle the swamp buggy In travel, service on land, sea and J ?'" "Super-Rlght" Western Tender Half or Whole Smoked '
r an unusual racing role. Adding in the air should contact Sgt.
.': lo the strangeness Is the locale, Walker immediately. Three and '; SLICED PICNICS Lb. 33c
a cypress swamp on the edge of
\ four year enlistments are pre. Pure Pork Fresh ,
town, which if not sufficiently sently available. Coptland's or
gooey at the end of the rainy 1 Lb,
season, is made sufficiently A fi SmokedcSausage Pkg.Morton's 59c
gooey with fire hoses and churn. Parrish Annex / Chicken
Quick Frozen Turkey, or
ing bull dozers. '

,I Buggy Although Derby the program unusual Is Swamp no In. Ready For -- Beef Pot Pies 4 p k gs:: 89c

fant-It's been held regularly Classes Sunday
since 1949 it'. not widely Golden Short Deviled Quick Froz.Wh., Split Fla.
known considering the unique vehicles Dr. Bruce Mills, Sunday school 9 Oz. I COOKED
superintendent of the Church of Crabs 59 69
used. But then swamp pkq LOBSTERS Lb.
Our Savious, Episcopal, has announced
buggies are strictly a south Florida
that the house
parish
invention and their fame has
been slow in spreading.Do:1'1 annex will be ready for classes "SUPER-RIGHT" FINE QUALITY, GRAIN FED, HEAVY WESTERN STEER BEEF
Sunday. The building the old
think you are going to
Roman Catholic church ,
building
witess the Florida version of the
\ Indianapolis 500, No, Indeed. has been painted and renovatedand
will have for five class
Speed is a minor factor. What's space
t rooms and the thrift shop. Sever. CHUCK ROAST 39c"SuperRight"
important it l mudding abilityan lb.
asset! the swamp buggies real. al painting parties have been,
ly have. The irregular mile held recently to complete the:'
redecorating.The .
track through the cypress swamp
offers obstacles mud, water, building garage will house portion the of thrift the Western Steer Beef "Super-Right" Western Steer Beef "Super-Right" Western Steer Beef "Super-Right" Western Steer Beef

mud water-)holes that gumbo regular and vehicles more shop, which will be operated by BONELESS Roast 59c GROUND Chuck 59c BONELESS Stew 59c BONELESS Steak 79c
can't the church women. The new CHUCK Lb. Lb. CHUCK Lb. CUBED Lb.
conquer and some swamp
shop is to be open this Saturday.The .
buggies can't, too. The racing i
committee thoughtfully
provides 45th business meeting of'
bull dozers to haul off mired
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and drowned out buggies.Mr. the Florida State Chamber of G EESFESTIVp '
Commerce responsibilities will stress as the the foremost state's 3i'e4h JruiU & Vegetable!

and Mrs. Henry Walker space probe center of the na oe 's '
I and daughter of Fort Lauderdale tion. The annual meeting will u 1
I visited over the weekend be held In Saint Petersburg FRESH TOKAYGRAPES. AUTUMN STRAWFLOWERS
I with Mr. and Mrs. Carl Steno, November 1921.DON'T .

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WAIT until it's TOO LATE
rLbs.. For Bunch
II I CHEDDAR 29c 49c

: The time to Insure I

ALL PURPOSE EATING OR COOKING
against fire is 1 .LB.

4/ before It happensIf WEDGE 69

and when fire strikes APPLBSU39'

P your home, it will be too AMERICAN' PIMENTO. SWISS

late to check your insurance
MEL-O BIT 2ibaf99c
I to see if it's ade -

quate to cover your loss.

The only way to protect FRESH COLORED WISCONSIN ,.liASYRN.U.S."NO,?..I' WHITE ..- .,$, --,
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It your Insurance yourself financially is tocoverage CHEESE 59c >> "I'' .-
In line Lb
get the right coverage .
with today's valueof "
POTATOES 79
your property? NABISCO PREMIUM C

Crackers
Lb. Pkg.25c
Leonard BergerINSURANCE


AGENCY JANE PARKER SLICED
FIREAUTOCASUALTYBONDSOkeechobee STOKLEYS 1.Lb. JAN PARKER ENRICHED BREAD
Bread
Glamour 25c
County Bank Building Loaf
Phone RO 2.7441 MADE WITH BUTTERMILK

TOMATO I JUICE I JANE PARKER DELICIOUS
REG. .25' EA SPECIAL "' ',
< .\' ., Fruit Cakes 111- Lb. 1.49 '
r Loaf .i,2.:
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My Y.rrKwRhe,{ ,sftyrwsxxr xxxaxstts R d 4 46 Oz. cans MA&P Juice 56
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ANN PAGE, 100% CORN OIL y : _. . "

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Margarine 31c
Ctn. APiE '
ANN PAGE PUKEPRESERVES PIE SPANISHDAD

SPAGHETTI POWDERED
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& 1N'I I. I OR ELBOWMACARONI I '; OR PEACH PINEAPPLE, APRICOT Metrecal 3'/2 can: 4.69 39* 29 SPECIAL $

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The finest Frigldalre range PICKLE PATCH SWEET MIXED
advancements In a compact 30", ; sYOUR CHOICESPECIAL s \
Including See-Level Overt ;,'t.'J NOWI Jan. Parker ,-r
with exclusive Glide-Up Door PICKLES 22 oz. Jar 33
Brings You A '
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NEW CONVENIENCE
',> > < MOTTS SWEET A&P's Own All Purpose Oil ( f
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Now Jane Parker nuke It a!
so'.Medal Equal to the best,yet costs you lest '.'Y f.r Y.U to repleteowtbread
I In the
CIDER I 55c wrappi Iob.'nd
5011435 V4 Gal. Jug Crm.klnr the a
d e X O I a . the relloene vrtpi "
NejvFRIGIDAIREu.. Quart Bottle erumplno 5X1 No ,.read.. "band...unch.to
ed" dawn Him fresh fl.i- 14 Oz.

IONA Halves or Slices Dixie Lilly GRITS .. .. .. ., .. 24 oz. pkg .. 21c erect k..plnr bred/It ihrt w.sew,. rue\Roth.//n 2 LOAVES 29
or ,1ue r.rk.r In.o..llon I
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Most glamorous ranges ever . PEACHES 2 carts 49C ScottWeveTISSUE .e, . . .... . 22-pak.rolls49c nemr.rnumee"cnewsea.r.r ?


1: they look built-in, but aren't! SCOTT TOWELS . . . . . . .. . Jumbo Roll 29c I t t

The new FLAIR models glorify any kitchen with SHORTENING. lOc Off Deal
30" electric WAX pApER Cut Right .. .. . . 2 125 ft. rolls 49c
I built-in glamour. And this compact

makes kitchens the precious.Just S PRY 3 79c
more
petite
range ib. can LAYS POTATO CHIPS .. .. It. . It twin pack S9c SOUTH PARK STREET
slide a FLAIR (cabinet and all) into the

place of your present range. Incredible? It's true! PILLSBURY FLOUR . . . . .. . . 5 Ib. bag 55c OKEECHOBEE, FLORIDA

> 1 Cook-Master Automatic Costs Iittto or no more DIET DELIGHT FRUIT
Oven Control-cook: than) first qualify convex BISCUITS Pillsbury or Ballards .. . 2 8 oz. cans 19c Prices In this ad art effectiveCOCKTAIL
I' 'while you are away Nona electric rattgei.
Automatic Surface Heat 1 Ib. can 33c through Saturday, October 7.
White House Evaporated MILK ctn. of 6 tall cans 79c
log Unit in amazing newRollToYou No DownPayments
Cooking Top
*Advanced features Include HEINZ TOMATO HEINZ STRAINED Maxwell House 25c off dl. | HI C M&M Plain or Peanut NYLONGE

Heat exclusive broiling>Mlnder Automatlo Spatter-Free Surface MeatSurfacTendereandUnitSpeed4teat Unit, Ketchup37c Baby Food !INSTANT Coffee Fruit Drinks I I"cans Choc. Candy I SpongesLarge


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I Pig. 4 Okeechobee News, Friday, October 6, 1961 day of September, 1961 21st day of September, 1961. ed for the various voting precincts NOTICE: circumstances* and condition under scribers during data the U month! pr*.
I which stockholders and security ceding the shown above wa
BY TOM A, FOY BY John H. Stanley and La. for the Biennial Special YEARS Iclr'.oItl; UKlttHOHMCHAlit RIPER.:I holderi who do not appear upon 2150. iLAMONTE

Lrgal NoticesNOTICE publication of this note, the fictitious I Publish Sept 15, 22, 29 Oct monte H. Moore, owners. Tax School District Number One: SOIL: tONSKKVATlON EACH: : tint OKlLHOHtK DISTRICT.: the tees.book hold of"lock the and company ocurltlM u tru In
name, to-wlt: 6, 1961. Publish Precinct Number On OCTOBER 11 JIMil rapacity other than that of a bona mo this SOth day of Scptem.
,
UNDER FOY'S PURE SERVICE The Okeechobee New Sept. 22, 29; Oct. 6, 13, 1961 Barber's Garage Pursuant to the, Soil 1 Conservation fie 5. The owner average number of cople bet.(Notary 1961 Oral)
Act Chapter U3 Florida Statuteof
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW urder which we expect to engage The Okeechobee News Clerk ------------Clyde Hancock 1949 and Chapter 280M of 19M, of each luue of this publication SIBYL B MINA Novem

NOTICE is hereby given that In business in the city LEGAL NOTICE Inspector ........ Lorene Parker notice to l.be hereby held on given October of an 17 election 1961 old mails or or otherwise distributed to th;Jlh the- b'Myaomiaatos expire .

the undersigned, pursuant to the of Okecchobce Okeechobee IN THE COURT OF THE COU Inspector ..,,. Elizabeth Donna far the election of three (3) tuper
"Fictitious Name Statute", House NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN TY JUDGE, OKEECHOBEE Inspector ....... Virginia Arnold shore for term of four (4) yean
Florida .
County that the Board of Country Commissioners each NEW NO SUCH OFFER HAS
Bill 1175, Chapter 20953, Laws of interested in COUNTY, FLORIDAIN Precinct Number Two Polling plarei- I ABSOLUTELY -
That the parties of Okeechobee County ..OKEECIlOBEE, LIVES 0 c K
BEEN MADE IN FLORIDA ON SUCH
House Bill EVER
Florida, 1941, and PROBATEIn Bellinger School House .
MARKET Okeechobee Florida
said business enterprise are:
Florida will sell the following
1102, Chapter 26760, 1951 amend--. RE: Estate of Clerk ,...Mellie Rose Raulerson COUNTY COMMISSION MEET BEAUTIFUL ACREAGE. CLOSE TO CITY ON U.S.

till 86!.09(3)( ), will register with TOM A. FOY, and equipment at public sale on FRED E. WILCOX DeceasedTo Inspector ..,..,.... Joyce Luna Okeechobee ING ROOM. Florida County Court House.. I 441. ALREADY PLATTED AND LOT LINES
October 1961 at
10
Tuesday, ,
PREVILLEDated
the Clerk of the Circuit Court, in WARREN All Creditors and Person Inspector ...Nelle Mae Thompson Polling place will be open between
10:00 o'clock A. M. the hours 01 aW: A. M. and MARKED. ROADS ALREADY BUILT. ELECTRICITY
and for Okeechobee County, Flor at Okeechobee, Okeechobee Having Claims or Demands Inspector ......, Edgar Thomas 8:00: P. M.
ida upon receipt of proof of the County Florida, this the 11th Truck One 1951 Motor Ford Number Pick-up Against Said Estate: Precinct Numbor Three within All qualified the DIMtrlct electors.hall b.realdlnlJ eligibleto AVAILABLE.

I You and each of you are here- County Court House-Weit End vote In this election
FI1HNR11972 elector defined In
A qualified u
One 1951 Dodge Pickup by notified and required to present Clerk .....Rev. George H. Cave the Florida Soil Conservation ActIncludes V/4 ACRESNOW
Inspector ,.. Annie Mae Fortner any person qualified to
claims and demands .
any
Truck, Motor Number vote In general elections .underthe
FERGUSON PLUMBINGAND T306.14007. which you, or either of you, may Inspector .., Mary Alice Morris Constitution and Statutes of ONLY $12.50 DOWN-$12.50 Month
this state who 1* also a landownerIn
.. .,..
The Board reserves the right have against the estate of Fred Inspector Flaudy Register the herein named nlHtrtct

'ELECTRIC to reject any and all bIds.JOIl."l E. Wilcox, deceased, late of Precinct Number FourTeen M Administrator O WATKINS State Boll 2 ACRESNOW

F. PEARCE said county to the County Judgeof Age Center Conservation BoardPubllah ONLY $25.00 DOWN-$2S. Month
(Old County Barn) October 5. 12. 1961
Okeechobee Florida,
County
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Chairman, Board of
BATHROOM SET COMPLETE County Commissioners at his office in the court houseof Clerk .......... J. 0 Pearce, Jr. The Okeechobe New 5 ACRESNOW

....
Reese
Inspector Upthegrove
Okeechobee County Florida said County at Okeechobee, STATEMENT K1QURED BY THE
Attest: Florida, within six calendar Inspector ... Grethel Upthegrove ACT CIF AH.1ST 24, 1UI2.! AnAMENDED ONLY $50.00 DOWN-$50.00 Month
... : BY TAE ACTS OtMAItCII
$129.50 HAYNES E. WILLIAMS months from the time of the Inspector Watson D'Agastino 5, 11133, JILV S. 1WUAM
Precinct Number Five ) JINK II, IttWI (II STAT,
Clerk, Board of first publication of this notice. 2IIHI !bH() VI:>U THE OUMKSHIP .
County Commissioners Each claim or demand shall be City Hall MANAUFMLNT, A N DlltCi'LATIIiN WHISPERINGPINES
OUR PIPE CUTTING Clerk .. .. .......... Walter Gray ( OF THE OKltCHOULK ?
WE HAVE REPLACED Okeechobee County, Florida in writing and shall state the M.HS published oncea
MACHINE (LOST IN THE FIRE) WITH A Publish Sept. 29, Oct. 6, 1961 place af residence and post o Inspector ......... Van Llghtsey week at, Okeechobe 1961. Florida tor
October 1
I Inspector .... Gertrude Llghtsey
FIT The Okeechobee NewsNOTICE rIce address of the claimant. The and addressee 01
MODERN ONE. PIPE CUT TO 1 name .
NEW, I Inspector ........ June Bonnet the publisher, editor managing *dItor
and shall be to by the
sworn
and business managers are:
PERFECTLY. Precinct Number Six
claimant, his agent, or attorneyand Publisher. Lamonte H. Moor.
County Court House-East End Okeechobee Florida

FERGUSON PLUMBINGAND UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW any filed such shall claim be or void.demandnot Clerk .......... Harvey Hamrick Newspaper 2. The owner. Inc.I.. : Fort Indian Pierce River

NOTICE Is hereby given that so Inspector ...... Annie Raulerson Florida: Gardner Cowles, 488 Madl- HODGES & SON
MARY VIVIAN WILCOXAs N. YI Lois
York I
the undersigned, pursuant to the Inspector .,....... Frank Havely Cow son lee Ave.Harrison New Fort Pierce. Flor-
Administratrix of the
ELECTRICCALL "Fictitious Name Statute", House Inspector ........ Ruh Minehan ida: Gardner Cowle.III 1040 John Park R ROdeo 2.6134
York N Y.t
estate of Fred E. Wilcox, Ave New
Rill 1175, Chapter 20953, Laws of BOARD OF PUBLIC Harrison Individually and as guar
DAY OR NIGHT Florida, 1941, and House Bill deceased INSTRUCTIONOKEECHOBEE dian of Kent Alfred Harrison (a
minor), Gardner Mark Harrison (a call will show these beautiful sites
Publish 9.29. 10-6, 13, 20, 1961 Simply ui-w you
1102, Chapter 26760, 1951 amend COUNTY minor), and John Patrick Haason --
DAY PHONE . . . . .. ROdeo 6.1595 ing 865.09(33), will register with The Okeechobee News. FLORIDA 3. (Th a minor known). Fort bondholder Pierce. Florida., mortgaged
the Clerk of the Circuit Court, In and other security holder
*
SALTER R. WATFORD
NIGHT PHONE . . . . ROdeo 2.1081 NOTICE OF ELECTION owning or holding 1 percent or
and for Okeechobee FlorIda
County, Chairman more of total amount of bond., Ii
9th St. Northwest Corner of the Courthouse upon receipt of proof of the NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN Attest: mortgage.H or other Moor,ecurltle Okeechobe are:, 4r p
publication of this note, the fictitious that an election will be held in OMAR L. HUNT Florida LamonU: Emmalene B. Moor, +
OKEECHOBEE: FLORIDA name, to-wit: Special Tax School District Number Okeechobee Florida.
,
SuperintendentPublish Include
4. Paragraph 2 and 3
BIG LAKE One of Okeechobee County, Oct. 6, 13, 20, 27, 1961 In c..*.. where the stockholder or CENTRAL ELECTRIC
OFFICE SUPPLY Florida on the 7th day of No- security holder appear upon the
The Okeechobee News books of the company u tru.tee.or *
under which we expect to engagein vember, A D., 1961; said elec.tlo:1 In any other fiduciary relation N '
business in Okeechobee county. shall be for the purpose or the tion name lor whom of the ouch person trustee or corpora-I* actIng introquces'
That the parties Interested In determining the amount of mill! TELL THEM YOU BOUGHTIT also the statements In the

said business enterprise are: age to be levied for the ensuing THROUGH THE NEWS two: knowledge paragraph and show belief the a.nfflant'sfull to the
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FLORIDA WILDLIFE SCRAPBOOK Court cue lilt a bit but didn't effect Okeechobee News, Friday, October 6, 1961 P. J ,
County : the spirits of anyone there and
.I HERE THEREBY the outdoor barbecue off I
Cases disposed of In the county came owner of the camp, the REST HOME NEWS
court this week before in good time Saturday! evening
JudgeG. "Sylvias and the Smiths for
TALDADfrogs young Visiting at the Dunldin R.sJ.
E. Bryant, Jr., included 111 There was enough ribs, baked I their hospitality andtielI' all. !Home were Mrs. Emma Lou Let
for unlawful speed. They were: I BY beans 'later salad and salad I
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out efforts to see that every. and Mrs. Carrie Wilson, representatives
Arnold Lockhart Bovenzie, $331 I I{ I for a regiment thing went well We'll be beck of the Rebekah Lodge,
bond forfeited; Dean Crlssy, $,10) EMERSON who donated candy.
CATF/SN HAvE fNj5MOOTW
bond forfeited; Edward! Clarence I COFFEE AND Iced tea loo Mrs. Anton Jensen and Mrs.
:
SCAL ELeSS Huff, $23 or 10 days; Samuel for those who drank that bind. of HOSPITALNEWS
COLoC 's MOORE Sage of the Assembly of God
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GRAY BOD/ES t Geo. ": stuff. Anyone who wanted
ABOVE TOWHITISH Laity, $35 bond forfeited; ,. sec church visited the home Thursday
Barerton Everbllt Maxfielo, $33 .... I k1l onds or more were fro. to help and
ON 5HARP ?" gave a musical program.
SPINE '; a bond forfeited; Jack Ramer, $23 themselves and most everyonedid. Tl.ey served ice and
tINDeS/DE5- 1 or 10 days; Willie Wink, Jr., $33 I l e & YONDER I II We were a little hurt when Patients receiving treatment II cookies. cream
RONvD / 3 al the Louisiana Raulerson
SPOTS said
'JON bond forfeited; Earl Eugene some guy our plate looked I A of from
group boys the Independent
SIDES. ; ISUALLy Swartzell, $35 bond forfeited; I I THEY SAY that monkeys have i ii liked a hog had crawled over It Hospital Include Vess Myers, Baptist church, under

OLD SPECIMENS L,, LESSTNA.V5v James. Gleason: Evans, $33 bond i more fun than piuple. We believe !; and died, but we sneaked back Sarah Gilbert Ruth !Nett1es: Peg < the direction of Junior Martin,

rto5a- Sees. forfeited: ; Adolph Busch Orth- that Okeechobee Boat OuHxrs 'later and grabbed another rib. gy Inus,Crawford, Vonceil Brown, Mar sang for residents of the home
eels, $33 bond forfeited. have more fun even than mon Re/ngouudt Charles Brown, I Sunday at.ernoon.
Ernest EVERYONE: ant around and John Sellers, Jennie Ie Wilcox: '
Theodore Burr Mat Issued keys I I I Mrs Joe Enrk donated a carrot -
gabbed for while after din.I Iner [I Martha Hunter, Don Edawd
a summons and the case a I| cake to the home. Meet was
was corl.I A cd. WE WERE not part of the Later of course, the singIng Neiman, Baby Cirl Clay, Scm. donated by Mrs Dolly Kelley and
POUND IN THE JeaneUe K. Rode was charged gang that made bhe weekend !I started a id the wild cats, | mole Indian Allen Hull and colored biro R. E. Link gave clothes.

r y LARGER with reckless driving A sum Camp on the river lat week i coons, alligators and other In. patients Josh Collier, Ed. Mary Waldron, a resident of
RIVERS AND
1= SH,4RP SINE mons was Issued, case "oiuinuedWe'.don end. We even got the Jump on hcbilanls: of that wild area pro- I ward! Jackson and Ca.stella harp the home, spent Monday with
v- STREAMS Oi FLORIDA '! Arthur Duncan, $35 bond the rest of the gang by going :I bably didn't ktcp till they hit the Released during the past week friends and relatives l.i town.
I 5OUTH TD LAAE forfeited; John !Neal: French, I j Friday night. That way we got II| county !line I were Rides Parker, Phyllis Me-

4; OAEECHO5EEeNHI5KEk5 reckless driving, $:o or 30 days one good night's sleep. We Mahon Mary Veasey and baby
I girl Rebecca Mr. and Mrs. John
Connell Gloria Roe sod
hi jail; Ivan Doyle Wood: $7! got a pretty fair crack at the OUR S A.M. fishing trip began .
1 Roland Stella "Dee" Mr and Mrs.
Ellis Meserve vis-
Presley
CWAIYUEL or 30 days. river on Saturday morning before I to take Its toll and w, sacked
OR BARBELSE Albert the boats started I and colored patient Willie Car. : lied the Bazaar International
Clay was charged with running too. I up about midnight, stuffed a pit-
reckless driving peaded: not I| low (in each ear and drifted off. I Her, ,Sunday,

tATFiSJII"OfIDA guilty and case was ret for THEY STARTED coming in ': Woke up about three and could
v Rtl t70OD To EAT December term of CO 1I"1.'OJd '1 fairly! early Saturday and by still hear some of the gang trying \ .

wes charged with leaving the evening we had a good crowd. to hit an Inside straight an a
6AME AND I'/f4SH WArl I'N COMMISSIDN Now-V-8
scene of an accident and was Everyone was out to have a bobtail flush poweris
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fined $125 or 60 days good time and we don't know
--- --- .- Join Neal; French, unlawful I of any that dlta't: succeed. Even YOU'D BE surprised how early standard

That 1,000( Mile eral hours work by a competent E. P. Yates destruction of public property Mrs Elliott seemed to enjoy I they were up next morning and .
mechanic Is required and no I $li or 10 daB; James Elmer herself though we don't see how. how bright eyed they were.

Tu lie-Up I garage can offer that a: the $5 Dies 31 on day WhiUield. operating a motor She worked most of Friday and ': Bright red, some of 'em.
figure you sometimes see dis vehicle while license was revoked Saturday preparing food for Now you can buy light end mndJunxJutyINTERNATIONAL
:.. By BOB BLASI played. | Ealy! Perry 'ores, 86 died $1 or 1 day. !i the gang I EVERYONE had a fine time Thicks-| t V-8 engines as
There Is more to 10,000 miles It Is more apt to run about $20 late Monday! at a Fort Pierce I James Neal French public and the boat club owes a big standard equipment.

than a distance: registered on plus parts, but that cost Is small t oo.pital.fl'! Yale was an profanity, $23 or 10 das; James I AN UNTIMELY rain Saturday vote of thanks to hire B, Elliott .
jour speedometer. When you consider for it Is your best assurance of'' early' settler in the Okeechobee Weeks: no drivers license, $30 afternoon dampened the barbe manager, her son; and Mr. These are the truck-deeigned Y-B's
! ; the beating the working mother 10,000 miles of( depend. area and lived here 30 years or Ucla>.. I '_ ... .-- --- you've probably heard about.
parts of your car or truck en- able engine operation <, before moving to Fort Pierce They give you remarkable gee concmy along
Fine have taken at 10,000 miles Here is what a trained mechanic where he was engaged in the with speed, and hauling power.
! )Gu'll! see why a complete engine I does. The points and condenser grove business.He Nancy HudsonI1mwrcd I .
Save on first cent now. Get the truck thin fc.
.
: tune-up is necessary. I are replaced, the points is survived by four daughters :
t At 10,000 miles valves at worth more when you sell it Come in today
your on set for the proper opening He Mrs. Sylvester Arnold of Party

lID 8-cylinder engine have opened replaces the plugs, cleans the | Okeechobee; Mrs. Tip Salatle, I, Nancy Hudson was guest of
and closed some 14,000,000 times. fuel pump sediment bowl, checks Mrs. Reuben Wheeler and Mrs. ,: honor at a parly given by her
I Distributor points have made con fuel pressure and sets the valves! Mish Burney. all of Fort Pierce; I mother, Mrs. Earnest Hudson I

tact and spark plugs have fired Using Instruments he checks the ,; two sons Ephrlam and Sampson celebrating her ninth birthday.
V high voltage sparks at thousandths timing and electrical sys.em. :< also of Fort Pierce I Games were played and refreshments

of second Intervals some makes necessary adjustment i Also three sisters, Mrs. Emma of cake and ice

t 14,000,000 times. end puts both In tip-top working Arnold, Polly Anne Brokes, cream were enjoyed by the following
The fuel pump has fed some order. I and Mrs. Etta Carter, Okeecho I guests: Darlene Enfinger

s 700 gallons of gas to the carbur This kind of 10,000 mile tune up bee; three brothers, John, Bob Blain' and Valerie Harvey, Glen
etor. The carburator has mixedit Is well worth the Investment. It and William Yates of Okeecho Mark and John Bryan WaUord,

with some 1,000,000 cubic feet helps pay for itself In Improved bee; 31 grandchildren 53 great I Marion Little, Lisa Jenkins, Carla 4 FLORIDA'SNEARPERFECT

1 oT air gas mileage. Check it and see. It j I grandchildren and 8 great great j Rucks Linda and Glenda ?r
4 The'ater pump has pumped helps guard against engine fail. grandchildren Smith, Jimmie Fowler David f
t the equivalent of 400,000 gallons ure on the road, with the attendant Funeral services will be held Watford, Randy, Charles, Faye CLIMATE. .
4 or water. towing costs and lost time. Thursday at 2 p.m. from the I and: Ricky Musgrove Rosa Durrancc r g l$i A MAJOR REASON Trwk.1xw.x.noxu ( Tune-up time is no time to When your car or truck reaches graveside In the Bassinger In Joel Vickie and Corliss .+' SOME 10,000,000 .v nwr*hiulinn power,
-: shop for a bargain special. There i I he 10,000 mile mark take it and Okeechobee County Cemetery Pruitt Shirley Robertson and a, PERSONS VISIT THE tor*ipecd under load.

P( are all kinds of tune ups at all I have the job done right. with the Rev. Carl Shumaker, Sharlene Hudson T' ) s STATE EACH YEAR,
MANY .
." kinds of prices advertised. At : pastor of the Fort Pierce Church Mrs Jesse Watford assisted COMING OF PERMANENT THEM BE.t See us about rucks. . we IIenowtCOMPANY

: lit,000 miles a quick check-up of New of God, officiating Yates Funeral Mrs. Hudson with entertainingthe RESIDENTS.
points and plugs won't do. Sev- Telephone Home Is In charge. guests .

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OKEECHOBEDRIVEIN October 22 School District Church OF OUR< NotesCHURCH SAVIOUR, A Favorable, '"" "J.4"t. [iJ 011.Mt -

An advance copy of the Inler.I Election Nov. 7 EPISCOPAL "Industrial Climate" 4.-
County Telephone directory was Father Ctorg Cave 4r : l.1-EQUIPMENT
An election will be held Li REFLECTING INTEREST' AND **& & 1 1t ,
THEATRE I received Tuesday by The Okee I Special School Tax District 1 of Sunday, 8 .. m. and 10 .. m:, UNDERSTANDING AT ALL -' -- "J'f J/
chobee News and number service of Holy Communion I
every
Okeechobee County on Nov. 7, LEVELS OF GOVERNMENT, -'
ALWAYS A ,.,1'1! the area has been changed.The I the election to determine the I Wednesdays and Holy Days I 4S ALSO HIGHLY IMPORTANT { 511 S. 4th ST. Phone HO 1-0800

' new numbers still carry amount of millage: to be levied gam. I BECAUSE IT ATTRACTS NEW &... .: I
GOOD '
Rodeo and all start with three
i for the ensuing biennium. BUSINESS ENTERPRISES AND II
t For Instance, the News nuns : and ASSEMBLY OF GOD CHURCH ENCOURAGES EXPANSION ' If.i SHOW I Only freeholders will vote I
her is Rodeo 3-3134 Rodeo 3 [ P. Jensen 1st. \1 INTERNATIONAL'TRVCHS
A.
or 11)t vote the freeholders must be R.v. I OF THOSE ALREADY HERE. a A I Nt
ry AT THE 3133. j registered. Registration books Sunday School, 8:43: p.m. I WORLD'S MOST COMPLETE LINE a

DRIVE-IN THEATRE However under the new seiup will close on Oct. 23, Rowena C. A, i IYouth) 7:30: p m. Tuesday
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f the R and 0 of Rodeo must be Evening.
: Parkerson supervisor ol regis
' dialed on local calls. !News: staff tration sai'l. Site added that Morning! Worship, 11:00: a m I
) Friday and Saturday members say it would have been persons who have acquired real Evanegthtiu Rally 7:30 p.m. I

October 6. 7 simpler to have eliminated the i| estate since the last election newcomers Wednesday Prayer Meeting and
THE HANGING TREE Rodeo prefix and substituted the i; and other persons not registered Bible Study 7:30: pm.Edltor's .
numbers 7 and 6 Subscribers will'
Gary Cooper I should register at once.
dial 763 before dialing the other
Maria Schell ( Note: Any minister i
four digits. The new mimebrs who choses to have the church I
Lainh Is
ALSOA become effective Oct. 2?. Robby announcement listed in this
There has been a 10 per cent : column call RO 2-3Ml and ask
BREATH OF SCANDAL increase I In telephones In the Rotary Speaker for Mrs. Delaney No changeswill 4

Sophia Lorcn area during the past year and| Bobby Lamb local school be made after Tuesday WEPiMODELING ARE r
Maurice Chevalier clout 2.200 are now in use. The teacher who Is conducting a ser noon.>
entire Inter-Coun:y system has i les of Civil Defense lectures at

Sunday end MondaY some 58,000 subscribers ';I the Methodist church annex, was I FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH
October 8. 9 The has increased) ItsI '
company ; the speaker before the Rotary Cooper Marshall, Pastor
ALL, IN A NIGHTS I direct dialing ran?e by 35.1 cities''' c'tb' Tuesday noon. Lamb dis- Sunday School .. 9:43: p.m.
WORK I and 47 poi.its In Canada: and ,:i cussed; survival shelters and the Morning Worship 11 00 a.m.

Dean Martin I now almost 50,000,000 phones may results of radioactive material I Training Union ..... 6:30: p.m.
Shirley MacLane be dialed direct. I caused from bombings.
Evening Worship .... .. 7:30 p.m. _
I lie said the CD classes aI'I I
Wednesday Evening
lutes, Wad, and Thun. I Mr and Mrs Ii. R. Harwell!1 of popular with more than 100 persons I Prayer . . 7:30: pm. _
October 10. 11 and 12 | Miami Springs visltea a few' attending each class. MZe
HERCULESUNCHAINED i days this week: with Dir and Lamb spoke on the problemsof ENGINEERS SALARY I I lilllll.ll I-J | fy

Sieve Reeves as Mi-s. Quillie Hazellief and son, survival In the event of enemy ,, Ln aurae
I The salary of an engineer are !
Joe. The Harwell* were enrou'e attack, discussed the building of | .
"Hercules"I ''at a new hijli. Milng and mot iq> > |*"I PIM* **
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ailn-fiia: experts are ben paid
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. 6 Okeechobee News, Friday, October 6, 1961 i P. P, EVANS IMPROVING I I I I Rotarians a To Be Local Church RETURNS FROM ATLANTA ther Mr. and Mr. L. C. Tack. lag from Riverlake Camp. They
-- - I P. P. Evans, who suffered a Mrs. John reported nice catch of bias
I R. Hayes, Sr., came ett. \Mr. and \Mrs. Tackett brought a
U 757 Cows Sold Dairy cattle brought up to $17; stroke on Wednssday, Sept. 27 Up In The Air To Hold ServiceIn h' .". cn Saturday, after i 8- Mn. Hayes home, and lay they
I slaughter bulls: $1725; s'ocko-! and an:>'.her on Oct. 2, was moved I I weeks. visit In Atlanta, Ga. visit. like Okeechobee very much. H. A little Cheddar cheese leftover
At Local MarketThere steers, $*93; icckr: cj*. $16. from the Loulslanna Rauleron of Rotary October program is for the month New ChurchThe John: Robert and his H. Gibbs a nephew of Mr. ? Grate it coarsely and add
stocker heifers, $19 and stocker hospital; to St. Mary'i Ini I: an Impressive one, family. She also visited her bro. Hayes( came also and went tith it to a tasted green salad
were 737 head of cattle bulls, $19.Catiemen. West Palm Beach on Monday 1 1even.r.'i. I Wilburn Lawson, program chaIr. Church of God In Okee -
.: He was reported to be man, said Tuesday. Highlight of I
sold at Tuesday's sale at the chobee will have the first service -
Okeeohobee Livestock Market. I : are Ml discussing much improved Wednesday. the month will be next Tuesday in their new church build.
when Roarlans: will be taken II
on
Slaughter. stock was scarce and ,, the big calf sale held a coupleof lug Sunday, Oct. I at 3 p.m. I
k plane: ride over the city of NOTICEThe
brought high prices, going up to week ago It t was the biggest i Okeechobee. The church Is located two V
$?> per hundred. sale the mark', ever held more ATTEND MEETING Through cooperation of three blocks north of the city hall on !
Bar D. Ranch of Lorlda sold than 1500 head going over the Dr James Horton Is In Holly. local Hlwaesee Street I
pilots, QulUe Hazclllef,
the top calf, a choice stocker scales. Manager Pete demons I i wood this week attendu.g a sere Howard Finder, Jr., and Donald There will be special singing printing business formerly operated as
which brought $30 per hundred.It said he planned another call sale lee of medical meetings He will Mack, the RotarIans will board by out.f-town groups and several I
weighed 180 pounds. I early next spring I return home Sunday three planet for the trip which visiting! ministers.! The congrega Big Lake Press will be known in the future as

i will Cnn.; be about a half hour' dora Sunday lion will in have the Sunday church School on South this BIG LAKE PRINTERS. This change is being made

On October 17, Frank Gibson Parrott ave because of confusion arising from the name Press.
of the U. S. Brewers Association They are in an evangelistic
Kill address the club members. program In the Surday School The Big Lake Printers is not in the publishing
designed to attract unchurched
Lester Jennings: will speak before
business and has connection with The Okee-
the club on October 24 and on October families. The October Outreach no
31 John Fox, of contest I U in cooperation with
president
t Lake located
chobee News.
Printers Is in
Big a new
the IndIantown bank will be the a nationwide program of the

weaker Church The public of! God is as invited a whole.'0 attend building north of the Post Office. The Okee-

Sunday School at 10 am. and chobee News is located in the Flagler Building just
Willing Workers the afternoon service In the new.
edifice in the afternoon For off South Park Street. All current accounts shouldbe
Elect
OfficersOfficers
transportation to Sunday School
(( V were elected at the phone RO M691. paid to Big Lake Printers.

( regular meeting of the Willing

Workers das! of the First Baptist The Florida Alcoholic Rehabilitation
s* This Is For Me! church, held at the homeof Program estimates
Mrs. Marian Pearce. Eleanor
there are more than 100,000 al. I
Harden was named president; coholics in the State of Florida.
Lucille Pursell. vice president; --
Juanita Collier, secretary; Flor- B
Regular Dinners At The Sierra rte Walters assistant secretary;

and Eunice Dorman publicity
#*= chairman. f
BEST FOOD & BEST SERVICEIN Other present were Ruth Cone COLORSUNLIMITED 4I
Dorothy Bugger:. Bernice Hayes,
THE AREAShort Derita Watford. Gladys Free.

man, Dorothy Watford Mary
Ribs of Beef . . . . . . . . . . . . . . :. 1.4S Franclj! Dixon, Sue Mullis and I

y Half Fried Chicken . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1.45 Ora Plans:Robertson I for the new year were I ifl114a 113r, $

Roast Prime of Beef . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2.95 made. The devotional was given Ml i lh'ih,. i ,, Mon.
by Mrs. Pearce and closing kYM'taMdlhea"er r%'

Barbecued Ribs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1.45 pryare by Mrs. Dixon.

Baked Virginia Ham . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1.45 Oscar Thomas .1 } ? Vtlt

Franks & Kraut . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1.25 Wins Trin

French Fried Shrimp, Tartar Sauce . . . . . . . . 1.50 To Las Vegas

SERVED PROMPTLY, COURTEOUSLY, Oscar' Thcmas was winner of .i.ir
YSIERRA the vacation In Loss Vegas In the
drawing held Sept 26 at the iLwith
Dixie Homo Furniture Store. The
vacation Includes five days and sliilhUal! !
four nights! at the Stardust Hotel. !
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Other winners and: their prizes
Included Lloyd Motley, who won
a letter holder: Doris Aaklns, an
electric clock lamp; Leona Light-:
REST AURANi sey a Magnus music book; Floyd
Johnson ash tray; William Per the
rlne, radio; Domarias Hazclllef! I
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I Okeechobeo News, Friday, October 6, 1961 Page 7 Young Couples 65 Work Permits boy in this age group graduated most barbaric symbol of, world ATTEND STAGE PLAY

I Lions Club To I and four dropped out of school. communism. The rulers of these Miss Shirley Hancock of Okes-
this also . .and did the chores
I Hold Party At Issued Here Eight!' boys and eight: girls were 669 million enslaved souls were ohobee attended a recent per
on both lots that were in view Hold Annual
MOREABOUT ; legally exempt from school attendance denied entry for the 10th con formance of David Merrick's hit
rt: the parental , always
stating that they eye were .going to Gun Raffle Pepper ParkA Okeechobet county had a to. to work who were under I secutive year last October 8th production of Carnival," winner
16 'years when the Issue came to vote of New York
tal of 9J youths under 18 a the drama critics
do the Job at hand first . group of young married years
Donations of a dollar each securing. before the world body, and Communist prize as the Best Broadway
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work
before moving to the other. are couples held! a beach party Sat. certificates! There were no injuries reported
NOTHINGBy now being received by all Lions urday at Pepper Park in Fort I960, reports State Industrial through workmen's compensa China has not altered its stage musical of the season.
Club members for their annual Commission chairman A. Wor- tion claims to Okeechobee role In tormenting world turmoil .
KREWKHUTT When aU had gone well for Pierce Mrs. Everett Cone and county
Gun Raffle. to be held at the Frank ley Brown youths during 1960 since that time. On these
time the Finley were surprisedwith
some boys would
Can't rightly say whether the start discussing the swimminghole I Band Stand Nov. 11 at 6:00 p,m. gifts and a cake In honor This is a decrease of 13 In grounds, further consideration of :.tra, Carl Sttllo and Mrs. Molly

youth of today are becoming . or the canal where we First drawing will be for a new ot their birthdays.The the number issued as comparedto I Red China's entry to the U. N. Is Caso spent' Monday in Fort Lau-

I lazy . or the parents are becoming skated In the winter . or I Remington Sportsman power. group left early in the day the 77 Issued in 1959 and Okee- House unnecessary"Physicians derdale visiting Mr. and Mrs
I I lax In the upbringing the hill where we used to coast matlc 12 gauge; second drawing. and took lunch. It was reportedto chobee county follows the statewide Urged Henry Walker and family, They

. or that the children are so with our sleds , or some. will be for an electric coffee percolator be an enjoyable day and everyone I trend In this respect Brown i I To PassRogers' In 48 states and the attended a birthday party for
busy with the studies that have other such idea. of a.id the third, a cash had returned home before added District of Columbia provided Stevie Walker whfo was 12 year

been heaped upon them . prize |S. dark He also said that the number Bill fret medical car worth I657.MS.
I they do not have time to go to During the past fiscal year all Attending wert Mr and Mrs. of 000 in 1960, according to oldMiss
The thoughts became unbearable monies received the Lions certificates Issued U not an t survey Gay Brewer left for California
work. and at the first chance from their different by activities franklin Creach, Mr, and Mrs, accurate count of the youth labor In Congressman Paul G. Rogers, by New Medical Materla. on Saturday after spending .
a statement to the House of
off would Bianaon Williams Mr, and Mrs. market here Treatment of private patients time here her
they slip . to throughout the year went for 34 as there are some visiting
Representatives
today urged
But according to a release received whatever spot they had discussed eye examinations. by Dr. Branca, Everett Cone and children Mr many jobs such as farm. work or without charge! forms the great. parents, Mr, and Mrs. Lenox
of the Resolution
In the office . the child , never for I minute the purchase of 26 pairs of end Mrs Frank Finley, Mr. and domestic work in private homes passage the sense of Congress expressing est portion of the typical physi Brewer, owners of F", kner'!
ren of Okeechobee County , thinking of the chores they had glasses' partial payment for Mrs Charles Whitfield Mr and where no certificates Is required cian's free services Motel and Mobil llamas
an that Communist China shou'd be
wder 18 years of age . who Mrs Jerry Garnett and children
left behind. operation on the eyes ot an elderly except for minors under 18 years denied a seat nl the United Nations ' Mr, and Mrs, Charlie Welch
Mrs Mr
ere required to secure work Johnny Bennett
certificates
to be lady a quarterly donationto aitd Mrs, Wlllltm Mobley and when school Is In session The measure, already approved U you believe In fate, believeIn and daughter Cindy, of Lake
gainfully employed
The next thing they realizedwas the Real Life Children's Of the total certificates Is- by the Senate was adopt k, at least for your good Worth, were Sunday callers of
Mrs.
G. E.
. has decreased 11 In the Bryant.
past the sun had ceased to shine I Ranch and a $ISO scholarship! for sued by school personnel under ed by the House Ralph Waldo Emerson. Mr and Mrs. John Ferguson

year and the quletencss of the eveIrg Calvin. Arnold. Ht is attending I County School Superintendent "There are no reasons to sup Rev and Mrs. E. J. Gascho

dusk had settled on the uni ire new junior college at Fort I Mrs. Everett Cone I Omar L. Hunt 39 were bojs. The port the entry of this ruthless Mr. and Mrs Lou Riley managers of Winter Park are to spend this
In 1960 , 65 youth asked verse. Only then . were they Pierce. 30 girls show three dropouts In enemy of freedom into the Unit. of the Sierra Inn Restaurant weekend at the home of Rev. and
for and received certificates . reminded that they had not finished Both the donation the Real Honored WithJET the 8th' grade higher .
I to or grade, ed Nations, Congressman Rogers left Tuesday morning fora Mrs. F, C, Rohrer Mrs, Gascho
while In 1969 . 77 youths received the tasks prescribed. Life Children's Ranch aid the I who were 16 to 17 One
I NOISE years. stated, "Red China Is the week's vacation and Mrs Rohrer are slater*.
permits. . and I am sure .
i college scholarship are permanent Studies under I ---- -- - -
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now major
way
that there are more youth today I' Slinking home as fast as they yearly donations, as well as
than there were then . could so that they could get in the sight conservation program airports, are expected to

end equally sure there Is more I the cobs . the wood . the provide valuable data on land NowHtt New World of Worth from Chevrolet
use, airpoort planning and noise
work . and surely surprised I coal . fill the reservoir . .
Barbecue Held abatement porcedures. ReadIngs
at our youth.I I and the water buckets . the
are being aken in areas ad.
every day chores , regardless In Honor OfAnniversary jacent to airports used by the
there Is businesses
am sure enough
I of the extra activities were assigned
latest Jets, turboprop and turbine
In die county . as for them . they man
powered helicopters under 1Oia
there are new ones coming in aged to get done just in time rt
all the time . that more of for supper . which was sometimes Mr. and Mrs W, J. Thomas dally field operatlonlal condi
the youth could be employed delayed . while the were honored with a surprise &11I. The project will be completed
. If barbecue Sunday In observance of in November, says Federal
only they had the will parental side of the family
and the gumption to get out either took you to the woodshed their forty-seventh wedding anni Aviation Agency,

and find a job . in&teaed of . or the basement . where versary. The celebration was
'whining to their parents be. there was always a favorite held at the home of their only Fine Arts Club I

cause they cannot have a car weapon . of the older\ folks daughter, Mrs. Harley Arnold. II I

, a boat , money . or . and the scourge dreaded The Thomas' have four sons, Met Sept. 28 j I
Alva and Herman of Okeecho
something of like nature.In .
by the
young.
Members of the Fine Arts
bee and Edgar and Harvey ol.
Basslnger. Seventeen grandchildren Club met September 28 at 4
days past . of which Iam That did not apply to only 65 and three great grandchild.I o'clock at the home of Mrs. R E,
a member of the child youths in that day . that men Brown for the second meeting of

was forced to work . before applied to all youth . girls and Attending were Mr and Mrs. I the year The Brown home was

school . after school aod all boys alike . and this Is one Alva Thomas and children, Mr decorated with arrangements of t smaS oa

day Saturdays . but without reason there are so many old. and Mrs. Herman Thomas and fall flowers, wilds chrysanthemums -
. the 'persons that have been tan
permit.
only stern warning er predominating.Upon .
family, Mr and Mrs Wade Walker -
from that Ie did ned into profession today . .
parents we a Mrs. Johnnie Stratton and arrival the !guests were
not complete the job . in a style which is fast becoming Sally Jo, Mr. and Mrs. Clayton served a frozen dessert b,' the
dUll time . there was a place extinct . whereas today they White and Mr. and hostess
daughters New 1 mpalo 4 Door Sedan
waiting for us hi the woodshed. want to learn a trade . at Mrs. Harvey Thomas and fam Mrs Tom Conely gave the program .

their leisure . at professional ily, Mr and Mrs Henry La.nier on "An Historical Sketchof .
About the only time that . rather than the Latin America Social, Eco
we wages and family! Mrs Edgar Thomasand Rich new styling with Jet-smooth ride This one may have you asking, "How did Chevrolet do It?"
could escape the days chores Idea of doing something for family, Mr, and Mrs. H. L. nomic, Political",
There's new V8 choice ranging all the from a
that had been laid out for us sheer ambition at small Barber, Mr. and Mrs. Bob Alderman Attending were Mrs C. R. a way
, was the ability to finaglethe wages . with no thought of and family, Mr, and Mrs Boyles, Mrs. Pet: demons, Mrs 62 CHEVROLET standard 283-cublc-lnch dealer' to two 409-cublc-lnch power.
neighbor boy from his chores tht future 'at stake . and Loyd Barber and family, Mr. Lewis Dreese, Mrs. Enola El- houses.* And there's that 62 Jet-emooth ride with a supple
with the of reminders of the old fashion. ledge, Mrs. Ernest Hunt, Mrs, R. Full Coil spring at each wheel and well over 700 body and
, promise helping no nnd Mrs. Jack Raulerson and Think of Just about everything you ever wanted In a car-
him with his . that is afteryours ed razor strop . to prod family, Mrs Martha Alderman E Link, Mrs. J. H. McCranie and darned if this one doesn't have its! A road-gentling chassis sound insulators and cushioners.

were completed.The their memories Mr and Mrs. Otis Chandler and Mrs Robert Meserve, Mrs. Austin Jet-smooth ride. New choice of V8 k e d a rust-resisting
Pearce, Mrs. Hiram Raulerson
family Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Han., that down
parents , with a dub. ROXIE SUSANNE VEASEY cock and Roy James Davis, V. Mrs. John Roe, Mrs Leon stays beautiful-right to new ,
ious outlook on the scheme . Mr. and Mrs. Walter Beecham T Boney John Stratton Harvey Veilding, Mrs. Curtis Wood all, front fender underskirts. dealer's got it all down on paper. Get a fill-in from him now.

were very patient in their skepticism Veasey are parents .,f a daughter \ Walker and Mr. and Mrs. Dillon Miss! Jo Parrish, Mrs. Conely and a Option)it utn mlw

. and nearly always born September 28, 1961 at Cathcart and Mr. aid Mrs. Mrs. Brown. ,I
\ kept an eye on the young work. the Louisiana Raulerson Hos Glenn Thomas of Fort Pierce,' Next meeting of the club will' .'

.,....-. ers at the start . but when pital. The girl weighed: 6 pounds Mr, and Mrs. Harley Arnold and be held October 12 at the Sierra I .
,.. they noticed that the boys wereI /-owue at birth, and was named children and Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Ion with Mri. Lucy LLik as hostess. -r_-_ -
Mrs. C. R. Boyles will give
"" very Industrially employed with Roxls Suzanne. Thomas. I
\1 a will and determination the program -
I went about the business at hand. Mrs. 0 S. Jeffers and Mn.1 Held For I .. .
Party
1 Bobby Burton were Stork Shower
But the boys were wise to West Palm Beach Monday. I Kim WilliamsonKim N. Discount ID.P.....nger Station Wagon
j Mrs Everett Cone was guest
: New Btl Air S-Door Sedan
Williamson daughter of of honor at a surprise stork
Mr and Mrs. Frank Williamson shower at her home September

IT IS UNLAWFUL FOR ANY Jr., celebrated her seventh birth. 28 Hostesses were Mrs Franklin See the '62 Chevrolet the new Chevy 11 and '62 Conair at local authorized Chevrolet dealer's

day anniversary with a party at Creach and Mrs. Branon Williams. -......................................-,-.......................-......................-.........-..your....-....-..........-..-...-........................-.-' .-'-
her home north of Okeechobee .

PERSON OR PERSONS TO Saturday. Games were played The table was centered witha GILBERT CHEVROLET COs, INC.
and refreshments served. white iced cake ornamentedwith
OKEECHOBEE FLORIDA Phone Rodeo 2.4231
Attending were Wes Williamson red roses, and the cake was ,
BUSINESS Marilyn and Marvin Arnold, surrounded with the gif's.: Refreshments - -- -
ENGAGE IN ._ ._
Julie and Cherie Norman Karen of cake, punch, nuts -- .. ...- -
and Jaunett Waldron David and and mints were served by the

UNDER A FICTITIOUS Steve Dixon, Vickie and Debbie hostesses.
McQellan, Jackie Clement, Ton! Attending!: or sending gifts were
Jones Frances Altobello Donna Mrs Charles WhitfIeld Mrs.

NAME UNLESS THE NAMEIS Kay Grooms Nancy Norris Cindy Frank Finley, Mrs G, E. Bryant .
Marshall, Cindy Pearce, Jedn Mrs J. E. Cone Sr., Mrs.

Domer, Debbie Walker DeDe Dozier Clements, Mrs Ruth Rich. FOR YOUR NEW
REGISTEREDThe Holcomb, Ricky Dickson, Huge ardson Mrs Virginia McCarters LOOK
Waldron, Leon Sills Bobby Mills, Mrs Williams Mrs. Creach and
Trudy Helsel and David Wat- Mrs D. C Williams.

fictitious name statute was changed bylhe ford TELEPHONE DIRECTORYto
Mr. and Mrs. Howard Finder
Okeechobee Newt hit the
1951 Legislature and The Dennis Cason of West Palm and Mr. and Mrs Charles Me-

necessary forms for proper registration ind advTr.tiling. Beach visited here Friday! with/ I Arthur spent Monday and Tuesday .

his sister, Mrs, Lennlt Berger. I of last week In Tampa. be delivered between October 10 and 14

The charge for advertising the notice the necessary

four times Is 115.00. OKEECHOBEE JEWELERSELGIN
To be sure you're listed correctly.

As amended by the 19S1 session, the law reads CHECK

as follows: W Before you dial a number to be sure
TNNEER WATCHESBULOVA

"It shall be unlawful for any person or pardons, that number has not been changed.
In business es herein
as defined herein, to engage

defined, under I fictitious name es herein defined, TIMEX Water-proof WATCHES

without and unless said fictitious name shall be

registered with the clerk of the circuit court of GUARANTEED WATCH REPAIRING

the county where the principal piece of businessIs

which registration shall consist of filing with the Transistor Radios

clerk aforesaid, an affidavit signed by all Interested

persons, stating under oath the names of all those

Interested In the business enterprise, the extent of $19.95

the Interest of each, end the fictitious name under up

which said business Is carried on. Said registrationmy r.

t: not be nade until the person or persons desiring FEATURE LOK DIAMOND Keep Old Directory Until October 22

In business under I fictitious name 1
to engage Installation of e new dial system in Oleechobee to be put in operation *
his their Intention to register
shall hive advertised or RING SETS
said fictitious name at least once a week for four October 22 will result in new numbers for Okeechobee sub.

((4)) consecutve weeks In some newspaper es definedby MANY BEAUTIFUL STYLESAT scribers. Old numbers in your present directory must be used until

law In the county where said registration Is to REASONABLE PRICES the cutover. &tk stw 1 aied

be made, end said registration shall not be acceptedby 'SDY "edl Ram
TELEPHONE SYSTEM
INTER-COUNTY
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L Ind p L ... y iNM yo Circus time means fun for children of all ages but the little
excited with the animals acrobats
I I'V II ones are especially clowns,
and "magic" of the circus.

I As the theme for a children's birthday party, the circus I I
offers all sorts of wonderful: ideas for food, decorations, games i
and prizes. Since ice cream and cake are a must at a birthday
'V klfA party here are some suggestions that will fit into the circus
theme. I I
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k L Ltv To make it easy for mother the ice cream, whichever flavoris

a favorite, can be served in paper cups. Variety stores have J
all sorts of decorated paper cups including ones that are, or ;
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rn4l d I
lli pl4 l onw I" lw I f candy shot, the kind used for decorating cakes, can be sprinkled

on the top scoop of ice cream and then a little clown face or toy i
can be stuck in the top. Again check the variety store for ideas.

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Another ice cream serving suggestion the children will loveis
an ice cream clown. A plain cookie forms the ruff of the { 8t'V

clown's suit, a ball of ice cream the head, with raisin eyes and a
cherry nose and mouth. An inverted ice cream cone is the hat.

,, Of course the ice cream cones are turned right side up to eat!
If you have a freezer, decorate the ice cream ahead and hold
7. + I ar v / MICE r them in the freezer until serving time.


The cake can be a masterpiece using edible decorations.A k
package cake of the birthday child's favorite flavor is easy ut

and a time-saver for a busy mother. Or your own favorite ?
recipe, prepared from scratch, is even better if time allows. A
fluffy frosting is in order decorated with little candles. The
candy counter can be a big help-for then the decorations are l 'p
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OkMchobu News, Friday, Octob.r 6, 1961 Page 9 MINUTES, BOARD OP bid of Okeectiobee Hardware and Scott, State Representative of Mart today joy that flows as PUBLIC NOTICI

COUNTY COMMISSIONERSThe r Lumber Co. for the purchase of I Martin County, Stuart, Florida; the artesian well, never ceasing NOW YOU CAN ADD

Classified AdsFor Board of County Commissioners Lumber. Honorable Joe Pceples, State Just bubbling over all the time. Roger and- Eloise Zeigler Isnc
I of Okeechobee County, Motion was made by Harvey, Representative of Glades County Such Joy Is available to you. longer connected with the I SENEML ELECTRIC
seconded: by Herbert and unanimously 1 Moore Big Lake Press v Big Lake Office
Florida, met 1n regular session Haven, Florida; Hon- Christ: said, "These things have AIR CONDITIONING
carried to accept the bid orable Charles Miner Supply, Checks to either
State
convened Tuesday, September 20 Rep- I spoken unto you . that your
at 9 o'clock a. m. with the following of Glades Gas Company for the .sentative of Hendry County, J py be made full (running over), concern should be mailed toPP. OKICXir/ INEXPENSIVE
Sale or Rent Merchandise members present: Commissioners purchase of L. P. Gas at the rate Clewlston; Honorable Allen Mark. What does Christ mean by "thesehlngs" 0. Box 638., Okeechobee dh TO YOUR PRESENT FURNACE
of .20 per gallon ham, State Representative of
?
) John
F. Pearce
chairman
FOR SALE: G-E Thlnline Air Motion was made by Herbert, Okeechobee>
< County and one copy Such \ conditioned
M R RENT Furnished nice R. J. Robinson, II. H Rau Joyi on
conditioner Brand new, never I seconded by Robinson and unanvxisly to the Chairman of the Board of
Your must be
clean one' or two room apartment lerson, Charles \V. Harvey andL. prayer. prayer Humph ?
used Won at Boston Store.$150. I carried to the fol.i
By week or month UtUl E. Herbert! Attorney W. L. adopt County Commissioners of Martin, irededicated by the Abiding
Mrs. R. M. Goolsby, Phone RO i lo"lni resolution Glades and
lies furnished Road 78. Telephone Hendry; Deputy Sheriff John : Hendry Counties. Christ within you and within him. Mid 'CIUM friends asy you miss
ROdeo 2-3165 4-29tf i 2-1232. 10-6 Collier and Deputy Clerk Gloria RESOLUTION PASSED AND ADOPTED IN If this be true, then "ask whoso their' words? We 'invite you to try
LET'S TRADE MOWERS Ford. i WHEREAS, this Board has REGULAR SESSION CONVENED ever ye will, and It shall be done in ACOUSTICON, HEARING AID.ACOUSTICON"BECKER.

JUST CALL ROdeo W23I today I The minutes of the previous : been presented with a proposed THIS 26TH DAY OF SEPTEMBER unto you". When you abide in co.
: A. D., 1961. Christ; and let his words abide in OP FORT PIERCE
plat and
(tot a TREE demonstration oo meeting were read and approved. I development plan of a
your lawn We'll trade on the Motion was made by Herbert subdivision to be known as Motion was made by Rauler- you, his will, his work, his glory HO 1-3264 321 St 13th St.
t FOR SALE spot Sizes and prices to fit your seconded by Raulerson and unanimously Okeechobee Estates Second Ad- son, seconded by Herbert and Is uppermost in your heart. Your M.mb:r Florida Hei'lng AidDcaltr's INSTALLATION IS EASY

needs GILBERT'S carried to allow the I Itlon" the same being situate unanimously carried to, install a joy comes, not from asking and Ass'n.. Inc. COST IS LOW
l Okeechobee Teen-Town to use the in Okeechobee County, Florida, sufficient size culvert on the El- receiving selfishly and egotistically
I 2 Bedroom DAVE'S TRADING CENTER Courthouse annex for dances on and lerbee road where it connects but asking according to his .
i Radio and TV Repair Friday nights after the football 1 WHEREAS, the requirements wIth state road 70. holy will and for his glory. SKIN ITCHDON'T FRESH ArR
Block House Kenmore Sew Machine $37.00 games for home games and the I of Chapter 177, Florida Statutes Motion was made by Robinson, SJch joy is conditioned on love. SCRATCH ITI CLEAN AIR

Maytag Washer .......... $53.00 regular: dances on Saturday night\ i 1959 and Chapter 57-1360 Special seconded by Herbert and unanimously Again Christ Jesus says In explanation Scratching PIorT"1d'I:!ipread Make Infection this causing tut.- .

Electric Stove ............??.. $35.00 until the football season Is over I Laws. of Florida 1957, are deemed carried to advise the Federal to "these things", "Ev- quiets down In MID minutes* NOT and Itching ntleptlo QWCTAttAIROfMOWRN
HardwoodFloors ZctiHh TV 17" .......... WOO Buddy Belk appeared before : to have been met, Aviation Agency of their en as the Father hath loved me, action helps speed J''r- .

Baby Bed ...... ............... $16.00 tho Board requesting a public NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT Intent to acquire' \1' | i for the I: also have loved you; abide yen for Uu eczema Instant-drying, Insect I LIVING-
boat ramp to be constructed on I RESOLVED by the Board of County Airport und,,: the Federal my love." Your love must other inrface ruhei t.jOo: I. .hd
FOR SALE: 18-foot commercialtrap Aid Airport your coo back at any drug itor*. CENTRAL ELECTRIC
program. first be directed toward Christ
I Taylor Creek. It was agreed by County Commissioners of Okee. TODAY otPADGEn'S
VA Financed fishing! boat $150. Whitney the Board for the County Attorney chobee County, Florida, that theplat The following vouchers were Jesus as you love him with aU PHARMACY AND GAS CO.
Three D Mobile Village. 10-6p to contact the Corp of En. of Okeechobee Estates Sec.ond approved and ordered paid: your heart, soul and mind, placing -9 Phone 2.5561

On Corner Lot FOR SALE: G-E Thlnline Air g'neers, the Florida Game and Addition" be, and the same General Fund Warrants No. ; him and his way of life
Is 4495 through 4504 in the amount first. Then, your love must be
conditioner: Brand new, never Fresh Water Fish Commission, hereby accepted.
j I used. Won at Boston Store.$150, and the State Road Departmentfor BE IT FURTHER RESOLVEDthat of $1,802.SO. directed towards your fellowman I
Road and
CALL Mrs. R. M. Goolsby, Phone RO permission to construct a the streets In said subdivi- Bridge Fund Warrants "Love your neighbor at
OKEECHOBEELiyESTOCK
2-1252. 104 public boat ramp. Ion be and the same are hereby 'I 3522 through 3552 in the yourself," Christ says. Love ,
Dozier Raulerson appeared before accepted and declared county amount of $3,162.42Fine erases anger, hatred, jealousies, '
FOR SALE: Hens, SOc each; electric the Board objecting to maintenance roads. and Forfeiture Fund prejudices, envies, and strifes
RO 2-2801 stove, $25; Used lawnmower of Taylor Creek WaterShed BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED Warrants 678 through 581 in the Love draws as a magnet rather

$15; Hoover Sweeper, ditches by the County and that: the Clerk of this Board be amount of $57630. than repelling.
$10 10 ft. refrigerator Instructed There being no further businessthe Lastly, such Joy Is conditionedupon
; gas $30; requested the Board to rescend to file and record the
I Jeep for parts, $75; Camp or their resolution accepting these original of said plat In the public Board adjourned. your obedience to Christ
horse trailer, $75; Boat, $20; 14 ditches for maintenance. Raurson's records of Okeechobee Com "If you keep'my commandments, Auction MarketYOUR
FOR RENT New 2-bedroom I ft pipe gate $20; Kart Frame, request was denied bythe ty, Florida upon receipt of payment you shall abide In my love." Obedience -,
house nicely furnished. $65.. with tires Real to. Christ and his will is
$25. Call Ro 61848. Board. of the required filling fees JoyCOOPER
. Small family only. Call ROdeo J- 104 The hour of 10 o'clock having Motion was made by Raulerson basic to any joy. Real joy la never .
1221 or 2-3141 days or 2-7351 arrived, bids were received for seconded by Harvey and unanimously experienced until you have ac
:SightU. dh I Business Service I MARSHALL cepted the preferred salvation of HIGHEST PRICESCOME
Gasoline, Diesel Fuel, Asphalt, carried to adopt the following -
diverts, Lumber and L P. Gasfor resolution: Pastor, First Baptist Church Christ. With this acceptancecomes
FOR RENT: 2 bedroom home I FOR REPAIRS on Frlgldalre and the fiscal! year ending Sept., RESOLUTIONBE peace and contentment FROMCOMPETITIVE

near postofflce. $68.00 month Call I Maytag Appliances call GILBERT'S. 30, 1962, said bids being on file IT RESOLVED that the These thing have I spoken\ which! brings bubbling over Joy
Wllburn Lawson, RO 24231. RO H23L U In the office of the Board ofCouty streets in Treasure Island Unit 1 unto you, that my |Joy may bIn In your heart and soul. He asks BIDDINGAT
you, and that ley you to come to him. Obey him
SEPTIC TANKS and GREASE Commissioners as public Subdivision at recorded In Plat your maybe
ISLAND CAMPSITES FOR SALE: TRAPS CLEANED and Repaired records. Book 3 pace 24, public recordsof md full. John 15:11: now. After salvation comes the YOUR
-Spend your next vacation or .Phone Okeechobee RO 2-4724 or Motion was made by Rauler- Okeechobee Count/, Florida, be As one looks at an artesian life of service to and for Christ LOCAL
.. well, he cannot help but wonder Jesus. With each day of life in
lueekend camping-ftshing-ewtm RO 2-1391. tl son, seconded by Harvey and unanimously and the same are hereby accepted '
ning or water skiing on your carried to award thebid and declared county roads. i where all that water comes from. Christ comes more joys Real LIVESTOCK AUCTI[ 1
own private waterfront lot on for Gasoline to Standard Oil PASSED AND ADOPTED In regular The supply semmingly is endless, Joy Is yours If you desire it
PRESS ISLAND, located on. EmploymentPLANS Company at 21.0G per gallon, for session convened this 26th It t just continues to bubble over Take it now. Do not wait any MARKET

Lake Istopokga, about four miles DRAWN for Residential gasoline and 1285 per gallon for day of September A. D. 1961. I and over. longer. Come to Jesus Christ in

[Cast of Lake Placid, Highlands and Commercial Buildings. Ray! DIesel: Fuel. Motion was made by Rauler You may be seeking Joy In your full surrender.

'ounty, Florida. Each lot has Motion was made by Rauler ion: seconded by Herbert and unanimously .
E. LantZ RO 21694.
92210.13p
LISt nearly 60% of Florida Cattle
1 vaterfrontage and trees. Plat son, seconded by Harvey and unanimously carried to authorize year

nay be seen at Law Office of TELEPHONE BOOK carried to award thebid 1,200 be paid from Road and We ac' Sold at Auction
\', L. Hwidry, West of Court. DELIVERY HELP for Asphlat to Supreme OilCompany Bridge Fund for Curb and Gutter

ouse, Okeectiobee, Florida, or Men and women pith automobiles for .1288 per gallon less: project at the new county hosHal. ? OMfIL' AUCTIONS EVERY TUESDAY
1(
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Information call RO 2-6001. needel to deliver two percent 10 days. --:: -
104 are Motion was made by Harvey, Motion was made by Herbert, PETE CLEMONS, MGR. PHONE RO 2-5521
Telephone Books In most on
seconded by Herbert and unanl seconded by Harvey and unanimously .
3R RENT: : Trailer collage ando areas of Arcadia, Avon Meade Park, mously carried to accept the bid carried to ratify expense application/ ?. OKEECHOBEE, FLORIDA
Greene Fort
Bowling 1 '. 1 1fsO
of: Florida Culvert Manufactur 01( Deputy Clerk amending county d.'
room apartment furnished Okeechobee Se- '
Lake Placid. I
Ing Co. for purchase of culverts. finance officers convention i In
lean and comfortable. Reason. and Wauchula. Full
bring or
Motion was made by Herbert, Fort Lauderdale Sept. 21 through
1A Ve: contact. Clyde Hancock N. 1
part days. .
1 seconded by Raulerson and unanimously Sept. 23, 1961. lLOANS' 1
Railroad on 441. 10-6p Delivery starts about Oct. .
carried to accept the Motion was made by Harvey, ??
5. Please do not call the tele- seconded by Herbert and unan .
OR RENT furnished apts. on phone company. The child NEW LATEX FLOOR ENAMEL
mously carried to publish a safety l1
!Canal, boat dock, utilities turn labor law prohibits anyone ad In the Okeechobee New Walsoorfcf f q

1 IIS week. See owner Saturday under 18 years of age from _Take___ .....-..,.-'):. .. .". one time. TVFFG.A.RD
t br Sunday morning. Brown house helping la the work, or beingin f Motion was-made by Herbert, rmfeand 1l \

,1mll.. west of Camp Okeeslmee. your automobile while the TRAil WAYS seconded by Robinson and unaImously ( }
work Is being done.
10p
carried to adopt the following ( <
.. Send Name and Address, resolution: keep t

FOR RENT: Furnished apartepent Telephone Number, Age and RESOLUTION .. ,

Contact Edison Walker. hours available on a postcard WHEREAS this Board has met cost &we.. _:= ?,f" Lasting Beauty . Inside and Outside

Ito 23201. -20tf toDirectory with representatives and County .

District Associates Commissioners of Martin, Glades e Goes on quickly with brush roller or
spray
Care Box D, Sebring News
and Hendry Counties In regard
FOR SALE Sebrlng, Florida ta future division of Lake Oke COMN( e Painting tools clean in soapy water

chobee whereby each county e Dries dust-free in one hour

1 BEDROOM HOUSE INDUSTRYNEEDS easiest travelon receive a share of ownership and Resists acid, grease,'oil and gasoline
CBS FHA control of Lake Okeechobee, and
earth WHEREAS Board Is advised
Low Down Payment this OKEECHOBEE Perfect for
S5o that the Florda Development Patio
p.MMo.WRITE TECHNICIANSAGE NATIONWIDE SERVICE Commission of the State of FlorIda I Garage

BOX 1781 CONVENIENT DEPARTURES has issued a prospectus for laundry
Call 17. 4S the sale of County bonds whereIn Breezewoy
or
RO J1444Oktechobte Short low-cost preparation It was stated that county boundaries COUNTY BANK Porch

qualifies you for were stable and not subject kTiFII.:
MIAMILv.
7-14U to change, and
high paying positions in
WHEREAS, this Board deem

FOR RENT Furnished cabins this Okeechobee 2:15: PM It to the best Interest of Okee SEX F100R ENAMbEI e
TREMENDOUS JET AGE chobee county to participate with Benjamin
electric kitchens. P. P. Evans Employment demands for AT. Miami 5:50: PMJACKSONVILLE Martin, Glades and Hendry coun- Farming is Florida's largest business. Every Moore /J&.
Phone 2-396L 7-24U/
the technically qualifiedare ties In opposing the Florida De- farmer is a business man running a private paints

ron RENT Furnished apart I velopment Commission and Lee business which is a part of this industry that is
at an all Itimo high.
print: In Seminole Apartments I II' County in an effort to validate larger even than the factories with their many
Oil: RO 6-1496 or Inquire at the II III ELECTRONICSDESIGN Lv. Okeechobee 12:20 FM bonds upon a basis that county
I Drove In Theatre after 7 p. m. DRAFTINGJET boundaries are not subject to employees and important payrolls.Florida's BURGESS SUPPLY CO.

r 9-ltf, ENGINE Ar. Jacksonville 6:45 PM change.
WHEREAS, this board Is of the OKEECHOBEE, FLORIDACentral
field of choice
) F 1 SALE 5 Lots, 2 blocks Check your opinion that the best Interest of farm businesses are run by many

h.., 55$5 of Catholic Church. Only : and get the facts NOW) BUS STATION Okeechobee, Glades, Hendry and thousands of owners. Each is important to the

w" .. each. Phone ROdeo 2-4821 PAN AMERICAN North Park St. Martin Counties regarding the future well being of its owner and operator. The pro-

af s. 9-lft I Ifr TECHNICAL SCHOOLS, Ph. ROdeo 2-4561 division of Lake Okeech tection of many of the farm businesses in

F SALE Two Bedroom INC. bee can best be served by tak- Okeechobee County from such disaster as fire
house conditionCoftsletely Ins the necessary action to 1 intervene THE CHANGING SCENE
s In good 711 North Dixie
| TRAllWAYSWANTED in the Lee county bond storms, accidents, and so on are in the handsof
furnished Including ,
t West Palm Beach Fla.
81 onditioner. Price, $4300 Call validation action T. Bergen, your County Farm Bureau insurance /
R V3189. 8-18U! RUSH FULL NOW THEREFORE BE IT agent. "11 SOMEONE HAVe ssrNSe ; { l t
INFORMATIONName : WE WILL PAY 5c RESOLVED that this Board of m ENOUGH TO EMPTY THE $
[ RENT Furnished effl- A POUND FOR CLEAN, COTTON MiPPAN"ANIORCBH >
: . . . . . . . . County Coirwiiflsioneri hereby agrees KB?
IFOt apartment for two. Ph. RAGS NO OVERALLS or to participate with Glades, IVERYTHINGJ aboofino
Mr. Bergen is a Important man for y ii ,.
6-1901. MMFORlENT Address .. . . . . .. LIKE MATERIALS. Big Lake very you SPOILED'UTURNID t
Counties In
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Hendry and Martin
I S City . . State Press or Office Supply. dh such action as may be deemed to know. He takes the risk out of your busi.MSS la''

: Trallor space. Road Phone . . . . Age .. necessary to protect the Interest if you are a farmer. His policies cover your
78 it Harney Pond Canal By of Okeechobee County In regard farm, your vehicles, your equipment, your

rnoiHi or year. Write Joe'sFislfo LIVESTOCK FOR SALE to the division of Lake Okeech home and barns, your life and those of your
; 2 Moore Hav.
Camp
Rt ,
r": en ( W\ 6-2315. 9-26, 1M p FOR SALE: Two reglMeml ASR bee BE, and IT FURTHER RESOLVEDthat loved ones. If your farm business is not fully y -

ran Quarter horse mares, with pap .t: this Board pledge a um of protected:! call Okeechobee County Farm 1 1"

ers. See them a< Dixie Ranch yR cE money equivalent to 24.6 percentfor Bureau today at RO 2.1201, So. Fla. Office

Buck Lee. 9-29, 16.6 said purposes and Supply Bldg. !
BE IT FURTHER RESOLVEDthat
FOR SALE Young Ducks, copies of this resolution be mmr YEARS AGq WHEN ER
WATERFRONT ducklings, Fryers or Booster. FROM*VISIT ID 6RANOMA*
furnished to Honorable W. R. THE FOUND THE OU CE BOX'IN A MES* (e
Priced from 15c to Z50. Would

, OME FOR SALEM like to sell all. Contact !. .. Milton FRIGIDAIRESERVICE'
Douglas at County line, lake
if road, 441. 10.6:1: that is
EAST OKEECHOBEE
< uth of Taylor Subd. ACROSS FROM EDDIES
AUTOMOTIVEFOR
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4 drooms, Living R1 1., SALE: 1069 Thunderbird, e Fast, nut, IOW04ostIMtall.tlon.

i Florida Room, Kitchen, tor sale or trade. Phone ROdeo ZIEGLERNew

D r Room, Den, Tile U972. 10-69 e Prompt, courUost,

Bad AU electric built-in skillful service

tppluuces. Furnished or FOR SALE e Frlgidaln Precision and Used FurnitureLOWEST

) unfurnished.4 Large util- 1958 FORD, 4 Dr. Hardtop Parts.

Ity r guest house. One Sedan. Only $200 e Advice on adapting;
down and assume the
year Cld.) Good terms. Frijidalri appliancesto
balance of the contract. PRICES
your kitchen. FREE DELIVERYH. NTOOL0ILheARlaIOlRATO.f
k May be refinanced If de Slips 100000
..
ANO TA.nt Kl eeea/ AWAY.
Ij ML RO 2-7301 sired. Call 0 2-4101 Call on the folks who'dIlk' TM.R5 ggcuee is, s/N saris
to call on you IGILBERT'S Au10.AATICYLY Aa TN.YSe usla.
.9 un. to 4 p.m. M. ZIEGLER OKEECHOBEE, FLORIDA

i 9-29-10.6() Electric & Gas Co.
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PRICES ADVERTISED
EDDIE GOOD THROUGH
SATURDAY
MEMBERS OF

AKOCIATlDQKOCtIKSWIFTS SUPER MARKET. OCTOBER 7th
OF FLORIDA INC.
E. H. Hargraves, Owner
6 A.M. to 9 P.M. 7 Days Weekly DON'T FORGET ITS TRADING
.- Phone RO 2.4271 East Okeechobee STAMPS PLUS AT EDDIESTALL

II I HICKORY SLICEDBACON
LB.
I PREMIUM SIRLOIN

STEAK OR 89C F LB.39C

ROASTSWIFTS
TIP LYKES SUGAR CREEK ALL MEATFRANKS

49c
PREMIUM CHUCKSteak u tLb.Pkg

HORMEL PURE PORK SAUSAGE
45 Sirloin Steak
MEAT 39c
1 lb Roll



I [Large GRADE A HENS pAOY 29c



FOLGERS INSTANT-GIANT 10 OZ.JAR

SWIFTS PREMIUM SWIFTS PREMIUM spark-up your menu with... ; 1 I

FROZENDINNERS FROZEN C ,', ,,' FFEE" j)
POTPIES '", I'"F" "t ,

I BEEF,TURKEY,CHICKEN, I U.S. #1 WHITEPOTATOES
STEAK $1.19
1 Giant 10 Oz Jar

I EACH 49c 3 FOR 59c STRAINED BEECHNUT-HEINZ
BABY FOOD 10 For 99cSHURFINE
t 10 1 Lb. Bag 39C
BAKERITE 3 LB.CANSh'tn'g
TOP QUALITY

59c 1 CARROTS2F0RI9C LB. CELLO BAGS CRISP MILK DADS TALL 3 Cans 3/C



ROOT BEER Y2 Gal. Jar 39cSEE
LIBBYS GIANT 46 OZ.CANTOMATO

JUICE 4or$1.00SHURFINE ALL

QUICK GRITS 2 Boxes 19c

McINTOSHAPPLES
LARGE 2Vz CAN
REGULAR 5c BARSHershey

PEACHES 4for$1.00 Candy 10 Bars 39c


FRUIT FLAVORS Plus DEPOSITCANADA
SWIFTS
BROOKFIELD"BUTTER 3 LB. BAG 39CFLA.
69cSHURFRESH DRY 2For29cREGULAR
IN QUARTERS Lb. Qt.

FANCY SWEETORANGES 53c SIZEAnacin

Tablets 39cREGULAR
Canned Biscuits 3 Cans 23c Only

53c SIZE PEPSODENTTOOTH

SHURFRESH. TOP QUALITY 5 LB. BAG 39CHONEY PASTE only 29< .

P-NUT BUTTER 2 Lb Jar 59c

DEW LARGEMELONS LIBBYS 14 OZ. PILLSBURY Plain, S.R. ,

'.. ITS TRADING STAMPS : CATSUPFOR FLOUR'

.. PLUS AT. EDDIES ..
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I 7 DAYS WEEKLY 35C 5 $$100 S 45.
I START YOUR STAMP BOOK EACH Lb. Bag ;
TODAY FOR FREE PREMIUMS
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