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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 27, 1961
Publication Date: -1992
Frequency: triweekly[<1989>-1992]
weekly[ former <1926-1945>]
semiweekly[ former <1981-1983>]
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Newspapers -- Okeechobee County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Okeechobee -- Okeechobee
Coordinates: 27.241667 x -80.833056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 82, no. 91 (Sept. 13, 1992).
General Note: "The voice of the Everglades."
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 6, no. 24 (Jan. 8, 1926).
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MOORE! Volume 51-Numb.r 16 Ok,t hob.t, Florid, FrIday, October 27, 1961 ". '

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Okeechobee next feature attraction I

Is the PTA.sponsor*! I

Womanlcss as a Wedding home.talent, to play be produced on- Miss Flame of Okeechobee Brahnians Telephone Cutover Draws

Oct. 28. We have .
seen similar I
productions in other towns and' Officials To City:
Game : Company
Lose
one time, many years ago, took I
the part of the father of the le : 't( 1e( (

groom In a Womanless Wedding. i. By LAMONTE H. MOORS 1

It was so corny that It played 1u ; To %,
( KowboysA Home Talent 'The cut-over ceremonies conducted
three consecutive nights to overflow I (
Sunday! afternoon by
,
attendance. The people ol l'tli a '
I
it Play To Feature Inter-County Telephone Co, was
Lagro Indiana apparently got a & te 13-yard holding penalty after officials .

kick out of seeing their businessmen : ) i Brahman Ronald Coker had Spook CarnivalSaturday attended and by a large many group company of, Okee-
making fools of themselves ..1' ,, crossed the goal line on a four
*nd we cleared more than $500( yard end play In the first and two I, night Is spook night chobee county) businessmen The

for the PTA. The cast probablyhad ,t t'4 r, ,' I CI ;:it fumbles In the fourth quarter cost at the Okeechobee school when cut-over was the changing over
I the festivities will be highlighted from equipment formerly used
more fun than the spectators the Okeechobee Brahmans a vlc
end well always remember the tory over the strong Kissimmee by a home talent play entitled by the phone company to the

old barnyard humor that trans. t- Kowboys In the Brahman home Womanless Wedding", a comedy ultra-modern equipment' now be-

plred In the dressing room So, l, coming game Friday night. Kis- with an all male cast ing used. Highlight of the afternoon

\I e're looking forward to seeing ?.t ,, ; I simmee won 12 to 7. Scene from the fire that destroyed the old Florida A carnival will be held on the was the throwing of the

you at the Okeechobe version of The Brahmans drove to the East Coast Depot on Friday night. The building was school grounds with' a wide variety switch signifying officially -us.

Womanless Wedding Saturday .t"".t1i; '' Kissimmee eight yard line soon used as a warehouse for Markham Brohers Canning of attractions including the of. the new Installation,

night 'ioull enjoy It. 1 ;,1 : after the initial kick-off Coker plant. The building was a total loss, along with I' conventional eating stands; baseball Visitors were hown throughthe

," ran around the end from the several thousand of vegetables. throws spook joints.. fish back shop' of the phone
cans
The fire that completely deftrojed ii' eight, but the ball was called ponds, and in fact 19 .different office, and .were: Impressed with

the old Florida East ,14, 4 ,, , 4 1 iiIi4 back to the 23 on the 15 yard Old Florida It was a hot fire, reminiscentof deals. There will be a parade the magnitude of the operation.

Coast railroad depot Friday night penalty I the blaze that destroyed The with prizes for the wierdest, the Us a far cry from the days of

was reminiscent of the blaze that kvI In the second quarter Steve East Coast Okeechobee News plant last January prettiest, and the most unusual. the switchboard when the subscriber

destroyed The Okeechobee News Stanley ran the ball 75 yards to The large structure was The home talent play will startat took down' the receiver j

building last Jan. 24. The Friday the Kissimmee 12 yard line and Depot Burns levelled! in little over an hour. At 8 p. m Cast is composed of: turned the crank and said, "Hey,

right fire started in the end of the crossed over to score two plays the heighth of the fire gallon cans Announcer Judge T. Conely; first Maude, get Joe Doaks to.. the
building, as did The News fire, later. The kick was good and the The old East Coast Railroad of fruit and vegetables stored usher, R. L Brown; Henry phone, wlll a?"'

and in a matter of minutes had core stood 7.0.Kisaimmee depot was completely destroyedby there could be heard explodingand Wheathearts, uncle of the bride,

moved through the long building, on two long plays, a fire that broke out about wen often hurled high above ,Jack R. Lamb: Mrs. Wheat. Today's telephone exchange I

destroying as it went. Our sympathy mcved the ball to the Brahman 6:30: p. m Friday. The fire was the flame, by the steam.generated hearts, aunt of the bride, Ray cannot be described by ,the ordinary
to James Raulerson, five but unable to before too far advanced when reportedfor
goes were score blasts Morris; second usher, Albert citizen, it takes an-engin-
who was the biggest loser in the the half ended. the local fire department to The original railroad depot was Hadnott, Mrs. Nosey Toadvine, a eel a specialist, or whatever a ,

blaze He had invested several Okeechobee lost the ball on a save any part of the building one time used as a broom and I neighbor, James Spooner, Miss telephone equipment Installer Is

thousand dollars in merchandise, I fumble at the 30 yard line in the Trey confined the fire to the one mop factory. Later it was usedas Ubika Scratchfeed, jilted sweet- called. The workings of Okee-

.4' reportedly all his savings and all fourth, and Kissimmee forced it building! although grass fires a section hand materials auction "rart. Lawrence Terry; Miss chobee exchange was explain
he could borrow He had no Insurance across the line for a touch down started from the blaze threatened house. ed but it Is so complicated few
Needza Mann, a guest, Joe Wolff;
There was little wind in five plays. Three minutes later nearby buildings and residences
The origin of the fire was not Sis Oats, baby sister of the brid ., of the visitors knew what It was
Friday night and the flames went the Brahmans again lost the They were quickly extinguishedby determined. Markham said that Johnny Mac Kinsaul, Aunt Hominy ell about.
almost straight up. The same was ball via the fumble route on their the mobile tank unit electric was in the 1
no power
the case of The News fire. Both own 17 On the second play Kow. The large building almost 200 building and that he was of the Grits, colored nurse, Otis. Btu they had a good time and
Mobs Rock'n Rye grandfather
Pappy
buildings were constructed of : boy Murphy ran it across the feet long and 75 feet wide was located opinion that carelessness on the ; came away with a good feeling
of bride, Carl T. Durranee
lighter pine. The fire department, line for the second and winning on the old East Coast spur part of persons who had secretly toward the Inter.county Tele-
working under difficulties, held touchdown. line, back of the Markham can been using the building for a Granny Rye, grandmother phone Co. Ray Mullis, local manager
the fire to the one building, : The Brahmans moved to the ning plant It belonged to Mark- hangout was to blame. lie said of bride, Jack Coker; with the help of his wife and

though sparks were flying over a Kissimmee five in 4 determined torn Bros. that officials at the plant had Mrs. Oats, mother of bride, office personnel, served refresh-

vide area. l i io drive with less than two minutesto According to Allen Markham, driven three men, camping there, Damon Walker: Turnip' Green, ments and presented gifts to the
h soloist, Bob Raulerson; Shucky
r play in the game then lost the the building and a part of the con- away a few days before. Salter visitors
\\e threw away our old tele- ball on downs as they tried un tents covered by Insurance. A resident living near the Stringbeans, ring bearer
were
officials present were
Watford Miss' Muddle Rlcefield, Company
,
book Monday morning after to smash through the
sucessfully
phone that he
to building said Saturday
of the old ... Some machinery belonging maid of honor, Jim Young; Percy J M Johnson, president: 0 T.
we had dialed one I general manager
numbers and were answered by a Miss Mary Helen Williams wasrowned the program. The student council It was a hard luck loss. General feed and fertilizer valued at $7,. playing near there shortly before Birdseed, best man, Frank the Shearer Grogan, assistant Shelor Automatic
Reeves J. Fliverton Barley ,
tweet voice (a recording) which arranged and directed the opinion in Okeechobe Saturday 500, belonging to James Rauler. the fire. It is believed the fire ,
at C. public
Homecoming Queen Adam Electric Co. W. King
George Bellamy ;
,
;
of errorVe regretted that the Brahmans, groom
told us our morning was not Insured. started under the building!
.J parting with that old book It was special ceremonies Friday night queen event. except for the costly fumbles, : son, was Turnipseed, official splicer, Glen utilities commission: M W. Halo,

tattered and dogeared, but it during half-time of the Okee. Others taking part in the procession played the best ball. It was the Davis; Tiny Oats, bride, Fred commercial manager; H C.

was perhaps one of the most com hobee Kissimmee footb a 11 I Included Carol the Ann junior Walker class fifth win with no defeats for Kis Teens WillSponsor Plans AdvanceFor Humphreys; Knowzls Oats, father Smith, Automatic Electric Co.,
candidate, la-ide Jim Kate and VB. Abernathy, equipment superintendent
in the area. Had numbers SImmee. ol Kelly;
l' written plete all over It. even the un- lame. Mary Faith Davis, last and her escort Jimmy Croft: i Turkey New Federal Duplicate Cornsmut, train bear- and Midlisr .

,...., . listed numbers oE those busy people (year's queen, presided at theerown&n I sophomore(, ,candidate Judy Ann c:..,,_.........__ __..._ -- &Loan* ..... LrGensot arid T 51.el.ic.,. irSB3tissWebl
and 'res- Sho t1v1rPlans : '
Helen escort Henry
who do not'11ke0 be bother.ed. ( ceremomet. Mary Altman Registration For Savings pianiSt, Jack Wolf\
escort for the event was coU and freshman candidate,
I s ; ] Good progress has been reported Flower girls and bridesmaidsare Named
I Gentry Stanley, and Gary Davis Carol Gonsalez and escort Skipper Adult Courses were laid Tuesday night by the committee ar Russel Douglas. Gene Mixon )

Beautification com was Mary Faith's escort. Bryant. L. C. Fortner was for a Turkey Shoot that will be ranging the establishment of a and Jack Marcum Donald Lott ,
The Hospital
rmttee of the Garden Club is Mary Helen was the candidate escort for Brenda Pearce, student To Be :MondayRegistration sponsored by the Teen Club, to I II new Federal Savings and Loan is director of the wedding DairymenRepresentative
for the senioor class. She was council president. be held November 11 PhilipHenley
grateful to Austin Pearce, who for the Okeecho. I bank for Okeechobee. It is nec-
donated an acre of sod for the elected to the honor of the home. Flower girls were Theresa Lynn bee High School adult education and David Allgood, pres.1 essary, the sponsors say to have ..

rew hospital lawn. Plans for coming queen by the high school Marcum and Valerie Ann Harvey. courses will be held Monday idem and vice president of the a working capital of $300,000 before Altohello Gets Russell M Webb Jr., the lo-
: student body. Vicki McLellan carried the club, met with a group of adults
be char technician for the Dalryland
I beautification: of the hospital night, October 30 at :J o'clock In the institution can cat
I Bill high school queen's bouquet and Blame Har- who will work win the club to 10-Year AwardA
grounds have been drawn by Phillips a the high school commercial room tered and the committee is optlmistic Artificial Man, was appointed
Griffin Floyd, landscape architect I senior, did the announcing for veT: was crown bearer C'asses! are scheduled to openin make the shoot a success about the prospects. handsome plaque recognizing 1150 local Board's Dairyman representative

and the Garden Club will November on a date to be announced It was decided to have both. Men working on the project 10 years service to his com for this area.

attempt to carry on the beautification and will continue for a I shotgun and rifle ranges. Shotguns arc Brack Cantrell, John E. munity has been awarded to Webb and his family came here

work. However, it will takea Two Landmarks make way for a motel to be perIod of 18 weeks may be of any guage but Pearce, Charles Campbell, Rey Frank Altobello owner of the. from Ohio two years ago where

lot of work, and sweat, and ef. I ing some years ago. Subjects offered include typewritIng magnum loads will not be permit no'ds T. Montford, Marvin Wher Western Auto Associate Store ha was employed as a technician

fcrt, and of course, some money. Leave Scene III The old building was owned bookkeeping and review ted. A bulls eye target will- be roll!, L E. Ferrell, James Atta here. and a DHIA milk tester. Asa

The Garden clubbers have everything by the Oman's Club but was i shorthand for students who have used, the largest number of shot way, Lester Jennings and James ire walnut and bronze wall technician he has 20,000 cows

but the money and they are Okeechobee eyed by most of the organizations completed basic Gregg shorthand in the bulls eje will win. Ones Horton plaque, engraved with his name, to his credit finishing the past

seeking donations of eny amount in town and was consider. I theory There Is no tuition. ot will be allowed on each tar It Is to be a non-profit organization -I wa forwarded from Western year with 4,890 cows

from, one cent to $1,000. Donations Two Okeechobee lindmarks ed a sort of community building. However, a nominal charge Is getOnly proceeds being pro-rated Auto Supply Company division He urges all farm groups who

may be sent to Hospital were removed from the scene Political groups, church parties, made to cover operating expenses .22 rifles will be used on among depositors. Advantage of office which serves this area. 1 t Y*. '1 r.ews items of Florida and

eautification Committee, Mrs. during the past week, the old school activities, dances, club Books and supplies are pur. a regulation target. Everyone will! such a local concern was pointedout Recognition of community service national Interest to contact him.

Hiram Raulerson, chairman. We East Coast railroad depot being meetings were held at the Romans I chased by the students at school furnish their own ammunition, to be the low rate of interest by local Western Auto Associate -. Also those who wish to subscribeto

are to have the finest hospital in destroyed by fire and the former Club. prices and remain the propertyof which will be inspected by the on home loans and the availabil store owners is given by the magazine. His telephone

the south, now let's make it the Woman's Club building \\atford and Sons bought the the students. judges before firing. Guns are Ity of quick service. the company in five1 ear intervals number Is RO 3-4178, or write

most beautiful across from Sierra Restaurantcut building* when the Woman Club All registrations should be not to be loaded until the con Operation of the business will Box 993, Okeechobee.

up and moved away. built a new one. They recently completed October 30 so that testant reaches the firing line. not interfere with existing bankIng -

Ferguson Plumbing sold a bath- The Woman's club property is II I !ol(' it to Dr. Arant. textbooks and workbooks can be There will be an advance sale and lending facilities In the

room outfit last week. Now, there owned by Dr. Carl P. Arant, who erected In the near future The ordered in time for the openingof of tickets. To shoot, a person county, sponsors of the move say.

is nothing unusual or newsworthyin had the building moved off to ; \\ctnans Club built a new build classes. Date and schedule must present a ticket with his The new concern would make I'I'l

the fact that Ferguson Plumb- I fur the opening of classes will name on it when 'he will be .I only loans for building! or remodeling

ing sold a bathroom outfit. The be announced at regiotratlon.Coiiiuiittee given a target. He may designate I of homes, or of bust-
unusual thing Is that they sold ito :McCarthy Store ClosesThe someone else to shoot for him 1 nesses which are connected with
Indipna Those who do not have
a man from Indianapolis, after that. I living) quarters.

who saw the ad in The Okee- J. D. McCarthy grocery house and have resided there AsksCooperation advance tickets may buy targets Hearing on the application, for
News. The man Is a News at the range. Target: will cost a !
chobee held In Washing-
will be
store, established In 1917, will ever since. They presently are I charter
winters in Okee. dollar There will be several
subscriber and close its doors finally next Wednesday remodeling their garage to make' ten on Nov 28 and the entire
chobee He was in Indianapolis and Mr. and Mrs. McCarthy a shop, where McCarthy( will The committee in charge of matches. group plans to attend. Jennings,
when he read the ad. News ads the Halloween carnl The match will be scheduled for will to
will retire after. 44 consecutive tinker, sharpen saws and do I promoting who Is an attorney, go
bring results. years of service to the small repair jobs. val Saturday night has asked that 1 o'clock. The range will be In Washington a few days before

area. Mrs. McCarthy recalled that I narents who are bringing cakes the area of the air field on US! other members of the group.

The stock will be liquidated, ; when they came to Okeechohee and pies have them at the school 98, probably on county owned Pledge cards, stating how much .

Armistice Day McCarthy said, and the real there were few retail establishments been 9 and 12 a. m land west of the highway where prospective depositors will deposit 1
stock sand will be used as _
estate has been sold to Joe Jones, here. There were two I Several more local business piled are being circulated and -

Cruise Planned who will move his dry cleaning other grocery stores, she said, I concerns have made donations a backstop Precautions will be many have been signed The -
establishment, Okee c hob e e Raulersons, and the Okeechobee to the carnival. They are McAr. taken to prevent careless handling l- group hopes to exceed the $300- I :

The Okeechobee Boat Club has I Cleaners, there, His plant has Supply, and there was a meat I thur Jersey Dairies, Inc. Flying of guns Everyone will be. COO goal before going to Washington : ___,_, '

planned a two-day cruise, Nov: I been located adjacent to the Mc. market, but she couldn remember -I G Dairy Wie Okeechobee News, I' asked to keep guns unloadel until ?

11 I and 12. Plans are to put in at Car'hy store for several years. I who owned It."It I Barlow Fish Camp, Lake Mil!. they are ready to shoot. ,

the Indiantown Marina and to The McCarthy store has been Is with real regret that log: Co.. Southland Grill Worth An added incentive is the grand See

cruise from that port to Salerno a general merchandise establish v.f close the store," the Mc. I Paint Co.. Okeschobee Bakery I prize. a free shot on the final I JayCees

The cruise will leave Indiantown mere all these years and sold Carthys said as they expressed Nix Candy Co., and South Flor. turkey to the winners of each Travel SlidesThe
the shoot
from
match. Proceeds
at 12 noon, Saturday. I wIlt! be used to Increase the rec- Junior Chamber ot Commerce ]
.
Day I and will be in Salerno in 1923 the McCarthy built anew the fine jears they have enjoyed .
: udges for the Hallowe'en parade I rea'ional facilities of the Teen' members met at the Pal.
(hout two hours. home across from the court here
scheduled to begin at 4 Club. metto Restaurant Tuesday ev-
the Indian town
By starting at 1 i1llrlna
Harper, vice --- hog They were served an
o'clock, are Ralph
St Lucie
which Is on the
canal the cruise will avoid a I : J president at the Okeechobee I Prize Bulls enormous dinner of fried chick.
20 mile trip I' County Bank;; L. H. Moore, publisher i en, served family style. Everyone
rough
probable lake Wilburn Lawson .I, of The Okeechobee News; James R. Fowler, Okeechobee, had all they could eat-most
the
across laidArrangements Donald R. Mack, Mayor ot Okee recently sold two Aberdeen.Angus of them more than they should

secretary made for chobee: Salter Watford, chair bulls to H. Boree, Belle Glade, have-and plenty of food was
will be
man of the Board of Public Instruction and a registered Angus bul ito left when they were finished. I
those who plan to stay at the Jesse Hunter, Okeechobe. well attended.
I and Leonard Berger, The meeting was
Salerno Motel. A Martin County
past president of the Parent- Two guests were present Mr.
with ample free camping
park
Teachers Association\. LAST DAY FOROUTREACH Campbell, an attache to the U.
apace for those who wish tbc.imp PROGRAM S Diplomatic Service: and F, 0

out Is nearby. The cruise. TOY PARTY Sunday Is the final day of the MiUer, local schoo' teacher

Wits return to Indiantown Sunday I The Jo Parrish Circle of the October Outreach enlargement Campbell, who Is widely traveled .

p.m. Methodist church Is holding\ a toy campaign at the Church of God. showed colored slides ol Mayor Donald Mack, of Okeechobee, is shown

Those planning to make either the party at the church anrex Thursday The pastor, Rev. Dewey lIerndon, the countries he has visited Including making the first long distance direct dialing telephone

trij. are asked to contact Wilburn evening, Oct. 26 Funds from extends a warm welcome to all much of the African continent call, afer the cut.over Sunday at 2:30 p.m.of I
Commoder Berger or f
Lawson well before the cruise, I the sale of toys will go towards to attend Children! Day services Germany, Portugal, Spain. the Inter-County Telephone and Telegraph Com
furnishing a room at the new a* 10 a. m. A tract will be given Australia and other foreign I
*o that arrangements may be .
I child lands. pany.Ink
made hospital. | to every present.


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2 Okeechobe. Newt, Friday, October 27, 1961 I er capacity with gear NOTICE OP RUCTION FLORIDA have any right, title or interest dry, Attorney for Plaintiff you ex pnrte.
3 driven blades and chain SALTER R WATFORD In the property herein described, whose address Is Pi 0. Box 332 Done and Ordered at Okeecho.

13.1 M Rear Tire guards on all sides, tensile NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN Chairman to-wlt: Okeechobee, Florida, and immediately bee Okeechobee County, Florida,
strength of that an election will be held In Attest thereafter We the or. this 5th day of October, 1961.
85,000 : All of Block 11; Lots 1,
LEGALSLEGAL S Point Hitch With Stabilizers -
lbs Special Tax School District Number OMAR in the Office of HAYNES F. WILLIAMS
per square Inch or L. HUNT 2, and 4 to 12 Inclusiveof Iglnal of same
NOTICE4OTKE greater In Gear Head One of Okeechobee County, SuperLtendelltPubUlh Block 2, all of Blocks the Clerk of Circuit Court of the Clerk of Circuit Court
IS HEREBY GIVEN Foam rubber teat The bid shall be for: Florida on the 7th day of November Oct. e, 13, 20, 27, 1961 3,4,5,6; Lots 1 to 10 Inclusive above styled Court; otherwise, a Okeechobee County, Florida
thai the Board of County Com. Power Steering One Tractor as described I A, D., 1961; said elec The Okeechobee: News 14, 15, and 16 of Decree Pro Confesso will be entered (CIRCUIT COURT SEAL)
The Tractor has to have the tics shall be for the of 1 rr, 1%!
13 ,
purpose Oct t, ,
Block and this cause '
One Side Mounted Sickle 7; all of Block 8; against you :
missloner of Okeechobee County necessary valves and controls to Mower determining the amount of mill IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OfTHE Lots 1, 2, 3, 14, 15 and shall! thereafter proceed against The Okeechobee News
;; Florida will receive sealed operate: I age to be levied for the ensuing .
One S Point Mounted Rotary NINTH JUDICIAL CIR. 16 of Block 9 and all of
bids for the purchase of the following 1. A aide mounted mower \blennlum.
Mower CUlT OP FLORIDA. IN AND Block 10, GRANADA
equipment: with hydraulic blade In compliance with the laws
Bids to be quoted with and FOR OKEECHOBEE COUNTY TERRACE, according to
control 5' the State of Florida,
One International No. 240 governing
I
,
IN the thereof recorded
without the trade-In of International CHANCERY. plat
I Tractor or equal 1 A rear mounted rotary the following Inspectors are Itoted.for .
WDR9 and Loader. Said CASE NO. 1177 In Plat Book 2, page 83, DRAWDYSMALL
;100 x 16 Front tires mower of 60" or great. the various voting precincts ACTION TO QUIET TITLEW. public records of Okee
equipment may be seen at the : for the Biennial SpecialTax
County Barn. G. FLEMING, SR., chobee County, Florida.
. 1 = II I School District Number One:
I Said bids to be opened in die Precinct Number On Individually and as Lets right of way of StateRoad
County Commissioners Room, Administrator of the estate of 70 (formerly SR 8)
FERGUSON PLUMBING Courthouse Okeechobee Barbers Garage Charles Dorsey, deceased and subject to the reservations APPLIANCE REPAIR
County
Clerk ...........Clyde Hancock Plaintiffvs. of the Central
; AND ELECTRIC Florida, Tuesday, November 14, Inspector ........ Lorene Parker and Southern Florida
1961 at 10 o'clock a. m.
Inspector ,..., Elizabeth Dome FRANK W. RANDALL, et al. Flood Control District asset
I The Board reserves the right to Inspector ....... Virginia Arnold Defendants. forth In Deed Book 39, Phone ROdeo 2-6732
reject any and aU bids.
: BATHROOM SET COMPLETE JOIN F. PEARCE Precinct Number TweBellinger NOTICE TO DEFEND page 391, public records
School House IN THE NAME OF THE STATE of Okeechobee County,
Chairman, of
Board
Clerk ....Mellle Rose Raulerson OF FLORIDA, TO THE DEFENDANTS Florida.
$129.50 County Commissioners Inspector .......... Joyce Luna : Said Lots lying! in and 9 BLOCKS SOUTH OF BANK

Okeechobee County, Inspector ...Nell. Mae Thompson Frank W. Randall; P. A. Randall comprising a part of the

Florid Inspector ....... Edgar Thomas and Ruth Randall, his wile; Stt of SWV4 of SWV4 ON OSCEOLA ST.
: WE HAVE REPLACED OUR PIPE CUTTING Attest: E. Williams Precinct Number Three D. G. Watkins, Individually, and and NWV of SWV of

: MACHINE (LOST IN THE FIRE) WITH A Haynes Clerk, Board of County Court Houie-Weit End ss Trustee for Clyde Watkins, SWVi of Section 14,
Clerk ......Rev. George H. Cave Clara Watkins and Edna Watkins Township 37 South,
NEW, MODERN ONE. PIPE CUT TO FIT County CommiMioneriOkeechobee
.. Inspector ,., Annie Mae Fortner ; J. M. Barksdale, Individually Range 35 East. .
PERFECTLY. County, Florida Inspector ,.. Mary Alice Norris as Trustee and as Guardian YOU, AND EACH OF YOU, ABSOLUTELY NEW NO SUCH OFFER HAS
Publish October 20, 27, 1961 Inspector ....,. Flaudy Register of the person and property of we hereby severally notified EVER BEEN MADE IN FLORIDA ON SUCH

: FERGUSON PLUMBINGAND The Okeechobee News Precinct Number FourTeen Clyde Watkins and Clara Watkins that W G. Fleming, ST., Individually BEAUTIFUL ACREAGE. CLOSE TO CITY ON U.S.

Age Center minors; Cljde Watkins; and as Administrator of 441. ALREADY PLATTED AND LOT LINES
ELECTRICCALL ATTENDS DISTRICT MEET (Old County Bam) Clara Watkins George F. Martin, the estate of Charles Dorsey,
Representatives from the local Clerk .......... J. 0. Pearce, Jr. and Vivian Martin, his wife; E. ceased, has filed his complaint MARKED. ROADS ALREADY BUILT
Independent Baptist Church attended Inspector .... Reese Upthegrove L. Wilson; Curt Benson; Mrs R. In the Circuit Court of the Ninth TRICITY AVAILABLE.
OR
DAY NIGHT
the district youth raM) Inspector ,.. Grethel tythegrove B. Peters' and Mrs. B. P. Ramsey Judicial Circuit in and: for Okee-

DAY PHONE . . . . ROdeo 3-4622 held Thursday night at the In. Inspector ... Watson D'Agaetino if said Defendants are living chobee County, Florida, againstyou 1 I1/ ACRESNOW
dependent Baptist Church at Can. Precinct Number Five and V any or ail of said Defendant I and each of you, as Defend.
NIGHT PHONE .., . ROdeo 34057 al Point. The Canal Point ctjurch City Hell or Defendants are deceased ants, seeking to quiet the title of ONLY $12.50 DOWN-$12.50 Month

had charge of the pro gr am. The Clerk .......... .... Walter Gray the unknown spouse; the Plaintiff to the above described
9th St. Northwest Corner of the Courthouse Okeechobee church won the attendance Inspector ......... Van Llghteey heirs, devisees, creditors, grantee real property located In 2 ACRESNOW

OKf ECHOBEE FLORIDA banner. Inspector ,.., Gertrude Ughtsey or after parties claiming by, Okeechobee County Florida.
Inspector ......,, June Borome through, under or against any You are hereby notICed that ONLY $25.00 DOWN-$25.00 Month
FIFTH SUNDAY SERVICESThe Precinct Number Six such deceased Defendant or Defendants the return day of this Notice to
Okeechobee Independent County Court House-last Ind If alive, and If dead,'i Defend is November 13, 1961. 5 ACRESNOW

Baptist Church will meet with Clerk .... .. .. .. Harvey Hamrick their unknown heirs devisees,','and you shall on or before said ONLY $50.00 DOWN-$50.00 Month
(be White City Church for the inspector ...... Annie Raulerson legatees, or grantees; and all date serve a copy of your defense -
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I I the wreck-if they are alive,"

Statue Of Liberty CreatorTo said State Klrkman.Troopers are on the lookout .

I for such violators and the
Be Honored With Statue patrol says they wrlll be dealt
wiLl In order to hold the line

An Alsatian sculptor with a sailed Enroute he sketched and on death and injury. WATFORD'SAPPLIANCES
passion for freedom wil be hon. tore up many drawings for a
ored on the 75th anniversary of suitable memorial.

the dedication of his greatest As his snap entered New York GrasshopperPlague ,
work-the Statue of Liberty.A Harbor, Barthoidl envisioned a
bronze figure of Frederic Au. mighty goddess standing at the
gust Barthoidl! will be unveiled on gateway to the New World. He ,.
October 28 near the base of the hastily sketched a heroic figure The Great Plains, threatenedby
800-foot statue on Liberty IslandIn holding a torch-a symbol that a grasshopper plague, has auf
New York Harbor, the National later was to represent America fered often' from the voracious
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Geographic Society says. throughout the world. insects. The most spectacular Invasion
Like the Statue of Liberty, Bar Pledges FortunaBartholdi's occurred in the 1870'i
tholdi's memorial will be a gift Successive waves of grasshoppers
from the people of France to the plan for the memorial ate grain, vegetables, tree
was accepted on both leaves and weeds. When .
people of the United States. The greenery
sides of the Atlantic and he be.
iarger-tben life bronze casting was gone, the hungry horde
depicts the sculptor standing be. Can work at once., He not only nibbled clothing, harness, and
sade a scale model of Liberty. created the statue Itself; he help pitchfork handles.Popular .
ed with fund raising In France
Family Objected to Carter
When public subscriptions
Barthoidl was born in Colmar, were
lagging, the sculptor pledged his
Alsace, France, In 1834. He was BeastAncient
own fortune to
the son of a doctor whose family defray expenses.
Finally on October 28, 1886
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a
had long tradition of public
crowds
a cold Horn a a circus
rainy day In New York
service. Barthoidl! wanted to be President rated the rhinoceros high on
Grover Cleveland and
come a painter, but his family other their list of favorite animals. To
dignitaries gathered before
urged him to prepare for the satisfy the Romans' demand for
) the new statue. Bartholdi,
ministry or study lew. cricuses .
thrilling Imperial expeditions
In
the torch some 300 feet aloft,
hu sought the animal In the
Overcoming parents' objections
pulled a rope to unloosen a fluttering
Barthoidl went to Paris French tricolor from Lib. Sudan and Ethiopia. 0

lie first studied painting, but erty's face. As one account putit - -
soon abandoned It for sculpture. "A hundred Fourths of July f
As a student he traveld to Egypt broke loose." The crowd cheer. OEECHOBEDRIVEIN
whose ruins and colossal monuments ed, whistles screamed, naval PROOVC

left a lasting Impressionon guns: roared, and bands played.
his style. When he was only Bartholdi clambered down THEATREShow ,
22 Barthoidl! had achieved recognition .
from the torch and told a friend:
as a sculptor with a bent "It I wished.
is. as The dream of starts at 7.00: p. m.
for heroic subjects.His I my life is accomplished." Every Night
reputation grew with such I

dramatic works as "Lyre Amongthe II I All children under 12 years
Berbers a Souvenir of the Four CausesOf of ese admitted free when
Nile", "Genius In the Talons ofMisery" accompanied by adultt. amp
and "Portrait of General Accidents sum e d I Iec

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Barthoidl! was the talk of Paris Florida Highway Patrol Model RB41B-3Va" '
(Friday and Saturday only-
when he attended a dinner given listed four of the most common October 27 and 28)
by the famed jurist, Edouard de causes of accidents today and
Laboulaye, In the summer of said Friday and Saturday '
that either or all might Enormous Oven Capacity You can cook a
1865. At an aft.' .dinner discus- easily be averted by sensible October 27 and 28 k, sti
son: the guests conceived the driving. -Double Feature- 30lb. turkey or bake for a bazaar. The giant '' '
idea of presenting a monumentto Following too closely speeding, "THE REBEL BREED"
the United States to commemorate failing to yield.right- f-way and RITA MARENO oven holds up to six pies at a timel) The high.

American Independence improper turning were listed MARK DAMON speed Calrod Golden-Bake unit distributes j L
and Franco-American friendship. -Also-
as the chief reasons for accidents !

The project lay fallow while which result in millions WILD "FARGO"BILL ELLIOTT heat evenly. You have picture-book baking
Barthoidl fought In the Franco- of dollars worth of damagesnot
Prussian war of 187071. He or to mention the loss of life Sunday and Monday results with food delicious as it looks. Touch

ganized a national guard unit at and limb. October 29 and 30 I e
Colmar and personally led his Although the patrol Is con the controls and your oven is immediately
men into battle. When France stantly on the alert to stop such \IIERIT TilE WLND1' I
Alsace, Bartholdi was heartbrok- violations, Cmdr H. N. Kirkman SPENCER TRACY ready for broiling; no pre-heating( (Is neces o inary.

was defeated and had to give up said they are the most frequently GENE KELLY I New range design makes cooking cooler,
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en but fired with an even deeper disobeyed laws and regulations Tuesday, Wednesday and

love of liberty. of our state. Thursday, Oct. 31, Nov. I, :t I thriftier, and more comfortable due to special
The sculptor met again with de "The above mentioned violations '
Laboulaye, who encouraged him may not seem importantto "LOOK BACK AN'GER" Insulation on all six sides of the oven. Model RB15B-3'/
to go to the United States to find motorists but they are the RICHARD BURTON I
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THAN ( L4'
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but from what hear of the river then
Pige 4 Okeechobee News, Friday, October 27, 1961 specs we put thousands of Legal NoticesIN TO: Rhoda WWdden your answer or other pleading lathe you
the ones that do, they are catch. ducks to flight. On our last Sunday .
4U Pelican Avenue office of the Clerk of the said HAYNES E. WILLIAMS
ing them and they seem to morning trip
run we drug bottom THE CIRCUIT COURT IN Algiers, Louisiana Circuit Court, on or before the Clerk CircuitOkeechobee Court
fairly large.REMEMBER. In several
places and '
I didn't see the first duck The we AND FOR OKEECHOBEE You are hereby notified that 20th day of November, 1961, and County, Florida
COUNTY, STATE OP FLOR a suit for divorce has been furnish a copy of said pleadingto (SEAL)
? We
a river dropped another
year ago three
HOOK, LYIN'AND had a lot of water, so much thatit Inches last week. We'd better IDA. CHANCERY NO 1876 brought against you by your husband G. C. Durrance, P. 0. Box G. C. Durrance

was hard to stay in the chan have rain pretty soon. SUIT FOR DIVORCE Elbert W Whidden, In the 695, Okeechobee, Florida, attor Attorney for Plaintiff

nel. Fish were hitting like they THURZA PICKERING Circuit Court In and for Okee Dry for the Plaint f!. Okeechobee, Florida

e LUREBy were crazy and the limit stringsof A FEW FISH were caught last Plaintiff chobee County, Florida, and that Wherein fail not, or decree pro Pub. Oct. 20, 27; Nov 3, 10, 1961

big bass were usual. We put mtd-week as evidenced by the VI. you are hereby required to file confesso will be entered against The Okeechobee News
GEORGE
' back nicer fish than we have picture In this issue. Still nothingto PICKERING

t caught all this summer. A run up I really brag about, however. Defendant ---7-
NOTICE TO APPEAR

EMERSON E. MOORE TO' George Pickering REDDY .

"To Pay Or Not To Pay"By Residence are hereby UnknownVou notified thata .

suit for divorce has beenn filedIn .
THERE IS JUST ONE word areas In south Florida. Sunday
I EMERSON MOORE jet; them off their backs. They the Circuit Court of Okeecho- KILOWATT
that can be used to describe the ne had the opportunity to talk to fJ
figured they owned 4/10,000 of the bee County, Florida, against you '
fishermen from three different
here
fjsjilng over the week end. Jackson County Oregon, has
let so they raked bv jour wife, Thurza Pickering,
$1.96 and
Poor. We may be contradicted by places. Don't let them kid you. just put us and aI,' other countiesIn up
one or two who made good catches Their fishing hasn't been any better the 50 United Staes on the sent it to this London Tea Com ann that you are hereby requiredto s.
and file Answer HELPS MAKE
pany. appear your or
but we didn't see them. We than ours.
tilted spot.They That blowed the lid off. Right other pleading In the office 01
to several who tried it aswe have set a precedent by
away Leslie Simons, director of the Clerk of the Circuit Court ofOkeechobee'
;did and no one reported any WE GAVE the new telephone paying what they considered their ,
JM
Startling results. system an early try at 4 a. m. share of a debt Incurred 188 years Davison and Newman said, "Now County, Florida, and T:
Sunday. Forgot and tried the old that Jackson County, Oregon, I serve a copy of said pleadingon FLORIDAAGRICULTURAL ,

'WE FELT SURE the cool) number. The recorded voice told ago.Back In 1773, a gang of hoodlums bat paid what they owed us, we G. C. Durrance, P. 0. Box
We wakIng expect to hear from the rest of 695 Okeechobee, Florida Attor
nlgFlts would stir up the appe us of our mistake. were
hijacked boat load of tea
tites of the bass. As we all know a fishing buddy as pre-sched. a Oregon and all counties in the K1 for Plaintiff, on or before
and heaved it In the Boston Har A LEADING \
they; haven't hit well all sum- I u'ed. We battled cold and fog up ] bor Seems like they were protesting other 49 states," or words to the 20th day of November, 1961. ;
men So far it hasn't seemed to I the river for four or five miles without that effect. Herein fail not or Decree Pro
high taxes
make much difference. We still and started fishing as soon as we pro- We don't know how Jackson Condense will be entered against

think It will help, probably after I could see the bank. Fished with per representation. County came up with the figure,. you as In such cases provided,
(Pears
to us it's about time
the lull moon. Wind and rough top water and under water plugs, But the way we figure K, about HAYNES E. WILLIAMS
someone upset the tea cart
water have made the lake prac spoons and plastic worms until 1, 32,00thouaddthss of the national Clerk Circuit Court
tically unfishable for the last several '9 a. m. Net result-three bass again.Since! they wore Indian debt, and populatation, SEAL)
masks and left no witnesses It
days The three of them may have goneto lives in Okeechobee County. G. C. DURRANCE STATE'
was never definitely proven that
for Plaintiff
a pound. ''e eve anything it should Attorney
the colonists had thing to
WE HAVE been reading in pa. any be about 15'*c. We don't think Box 695Okeechobee
pers of the good fishing In other STILL NOT MANY_fishing for I do with It, but then they got wo owe it. We weren't a county Florida

blamed for it anyway. then. Florida wasn't state Pub. Oct. 20, 27; Nov. 3, 10 1961
'I even a
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A London, England firm, Davl- The Okeechobee NewsNOTICE J
We didn't get in on the fun so
son and Newman, owned the tea
''whmust we the damage. I--
pay
and they have been holleringfor I
Anyway, we need our for
money
CENTRAL ELECTRICAND the 4,966 bucks they said roads NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN

the tea was wortth ever since. I that the City Council of the City ti ,
I Still if (it would prevent us FARM
They probably padded the from becoming Involved In an |I or Okeechcobee, Florida will receive BETTER
books, anyway, the stuff must''' I
GAS COMPANYNOW I Internatinal incident, and if the sealed bids for the purchase
have been Insured because they
county budget will stand it, may of'A
are still in business.
STOCKS I be we'd better pay it. We're hay Special Police car 4-
However, Jackson County de. .
ing enough trouble already, try. door, Heater, Turr Signal
cided to pay their share and ,
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Backup Lights SpotLight
il16to get our rightful shareof
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In generator, black with with an average value of$68,000 every way, the more they use

ElectricalSupplies Ike Asked To white: top. per farm. This is an increase of Reddy's services the more prof. '
ERiY Scfen< Said bids will be opened In the
Exhibit At Fair Council Chamber in the City Hall $40,000 per farm over 5 years ago. itable it becomes. p

In Okeechobee, Florida, at 7:30P :
Former president Dwight D Florida farmers are producing In the home
M. Tuesday November( 7, 1961. too, Reddy is the
Eisenhower has been Invited to more on less land. . and Reddy
The Council reserves the right to No 1 helper cooks, heats
Channel 4 Sunday 1:45: im Extiblt livestock from his -Gettysburg is effective
an working
reject any and all bids. partner
Farm Black Angus Herdat water, refrigerates, washes and
AND I. CLAUDE GARDNER= in cutting costs
Station Sundays saving man-
the South Florida Fair and dries clothes, frees everyone for

WSWN 12:45 p.m. Exposition Live Stocx Show, Okeechobee President City Florida Council hours, and boosting profits. more leisure time and Better

scheduled for the week of January
FixturesEVERYTHING
26 to 31st. Attes.: In fart, more and more farmers Living Electrically.

Give! Your Hemt Styltl LORENA SPIVEY
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week the invitation to participate
Pub. Oct. 20, r, Nov. 3 1961
1E in the fair; and the stock
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Okeechobee New
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FASHION
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tify your home . New AWNINGS t DOORHOODS Kissimmee, and the Central.
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N.. Ioe-'Y. ...1.tnee NON. 1880
1 Florida Fain in Orlando.
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will eliminate/
wiring >". DONALD MAIN 114 ;

51 fire hazards, give greater i Gd/mtw.areeau! Omar Hunt was admitted to GUIUE
the Lakeland Memorial Hospital

efficiencySEE Donald Mack Sunday for observation. Hunt is

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PLYWOODHARDWAREPAINTDOORSROOFINGSTEEL REPAIRING OF REPAIRS WRECKER SERVICES

LICENSED ELECTRICIAN lALL APPLIANCES ON FRIGWAIRE AND CALL

USE MOORE'SSTUCCOGARD ROdeo 3.3204
Such Toasters Fans MA'tTAG APPLIANCES
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PHONE RO 3.3635
ROdeo 3.4096chines.
PLASTER-BUILD'NG TRUSSES Irons and Sewing Ma. JOHNSON OUTBOARD

OKEECHOBEE FLORIDA MOTORS DAY OR NICHT
OKEECHOBEE PHONE RO 3-4118 FLORIDA
Pure
DAVE'S LAWN MOWERS Gas & 011TRADII'C

t AutomotIve RepaIr
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TOM FOY GARAGE
TV & RADIO REPAIR
GILBERT'S North Park Street

CABINET BUILDING OSCAR CRABILL Stucco ARoIIftUos.wTIII01 Phone RO 34114 Phone RO 3-3154 OKEECHOBEE


BUILDER AND DEVELOPER
ON OR OFF THE JOB .
FREE ESTIMATES( M.ONay MINT
Goodyear Tires CONCRETE
OFFICE FURNITURE-FU' MITUREVANITIES WOODED LOTS FROM . . $119500 4 7 / MAC'S
FORMICA WORK-FORMATOPS LOTS FROM /rVttO tl"IMI Ye Largest Srock In Town SEPTIC
WATER FRONT . . $1895.00 / LAKE SHORE GARAGE TANKS

Wilcox Shores 1.50.14 GREASE
White or Black TRAPS
GEORGE SPANN General Repairs
Okeechobee Estates INSTALLED
$9.95
For oil masonry. Brakes Tune Up

OKEECHOBEE "Let George Do It" RO 3-4217 PHONE RODEO 3-4431 outside and In $1 down 50c a week *

OKEECHOBEE, FLORIDA e Beautiful low sheen Eell..t Terms In Town Welding CALL

finish
G.I L B E R T' S Phone RO 3.9986 ROdeo 3.3734

e Wonderful,
r non.fading colors _

Builders Supply I JACK BUTLER e Dries In minutes I
: Okeechobee ,Company Licensed Contractor ROBERT MAYS LOVELY

Commercial Residential Remodeling Benjamin s Dealer in BeAUTY SALON

STEEL-CONCRETE PRODUCTS General Repair Moore paints&. Watkins Products Plumbing & Repair Work Five Trained People To

BUILDING SUPPLIES Aluminum Car Portes-Patio RoofsComplete * Care For Your Beauty
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PLUMBING SUPPLIES-PLASTER MATERIALS Groff Aluminum Window Awnings J. E. CONE RO 34683 Conveniently Lo"ated At

WEST OF SAL. DEPOT All Work Fully Guaranteed-Free Estimates Phone RO 24501 Fifth and Osceola St.

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I'd" OPEN YOUR \, : W;..ANN PAGE fiNE FOODS !


,:'\\1 Ann Page Foods art unconditionally guarantied by A A P In all r*.
DOORS ANDHEARTS. e i/Ji/,!: .p.". . for quality, goodness, and valuo If they fall to pi.... you
4TRHYO iff In any way,your money will be churfully rofundtd
1 UR i' Compare Ann Page prices with those usually asked for brands ofeomparablt Pantry
... n quality and you'll agree, "Ann Pag proves Fin FoodiNudn Stock-Up 5 a I le '
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Exp :e ANN
1KICK8 No wander the such fivoriUi . they give you MORE FOR PAGE PEANUT
o000 YOUR MONEYI I

ANDTREATS B U YER ('"my 12.01'
TOKAY OR EMPEROR Smoothl .IA. 29 CG
t ANN PAGE TOMATO


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FORO a R A P : ANN PAGE GRAPE SOT. 25 c




UNICEF THIS TO WORLD'SCHILDREN ALL THE 2 LBS. 291 c ANN JELLY PAGE TOMATO c*, 2 45 c



VINE RIPE SOUP :s 10'r.OZ.

II F' -Pqp-- CAN 1 1 0 .c
ANN
C PAGE PORK AND
Monday evening a large group ed governments match the aid TOMATOES Lb. 19
of Okeechobee children will be I received at least two and a hal Jvsf Fear,
among more than 2.SCO,000 Amtrican times, UNICEF officials say B. rANS eat 21.02.
boys and girls whi will de.I After the collection, the Trickor "-- and Enjoy? 2 CANS 2 9 c
rote their Hallowe fun to save Treaters will meet at the US. #1 WHITE ANN PAGE WAFFLE
the lives of other children In Methodist church annex for a
more than 100 countries aided! Halloween party at which time l Lb
by UNICEF, the United Na their "treats"' of coins will be POTATOES SYRUP '-i .
Cam5C es,
BAG. 2to
tions Children's Fund. counted. T : 35 (
Under the sponsorship of the
local churches, they will meet'
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at the Methodist church annex ate Isenberg Trains F- GET GUARANTEED runiv'4--
o'clock where they will receive 0000 ' 1r' .
Mruwe .m :! r-;>NMY 4r
At
Ft.
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Jackson .
stickers and tags. Costumes are ( 'nt& .,!
optional. Pvt Louis F. Isenberg son / ..
"AU participants in the pro-.' of Mr and Mrs. Joseph Isen Pole Reams L2BS.S.25c
ram will have proper MenWica berg has been assigned to Com
tion." Jane Hunt, M. Y F presIdent pany "A", 18th Battalion, 5th
said. "Only children bear. Training Regiment of Fort Jack
Ing the UN1CEF symbol are I son South Carolina, for eifith STEER SAfctHy VALUES !
authorized to collect\ contribu, weeks of basic training. HEAVY WESTERN
tlons to the Fund". ,
t rr RIGHTGRAIN \r
All youths. from all local r'j'7 1 .,,: IISUPER
churches, are to meet at the ; I Ii ; Sale !
Methodist church at 6 o'clock _
Monday night to begin their
tour of collecting the UNICEF. B e <$%
contributions Jane Hunt, president !
of the Methodist Youth Fellowship JANE PARKER FRESHLY BAKED
Is In charge of this
year's fund drive and anyone T' IIE
desiring further information on SIRLOIN Pumpkin PiesTop
the project should call Miss d ,
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i ROUND Boneless Sirloin
Hunt Others assisting with the 1 spy I ; TIP
event are Mr and Mrs George it with
Top
Bellamy, Donald R. Mack and Close
Mrs. Ernest Hunt. Close Trimmed 9 5 Reddi Whip 8NCH|
At the same time, over 11000 {rM1i 4h "B one I es." 0: C Trimmed 8 9 e LB. e for the perfect
other communities wdl hold a Full Cut .-1', 5 Dessert 4S
similar program sponsored nationally Lb. ... Lb REDDI WHIP EACH
by the U. S. Committeefor
_ _ 7 Oz
UNICEF. Last year the BONELESS 59c
small coins collected "trick or "SUP ER.RIGHT" WESTERN STEER BEEF Can
treating" for the Children's Fund He enlisted in the regular armyat WESTERN STEER
totalled\ 1750000. Miami, Florida. "SUPER.RIGHT" HEAVY Round Jane Parker Orange or Cherry Iced l-
Spokesmen for the UNICEF He will be taught rifle marksmanship Rump or Large
pointed out that a single penny under the U. S. Army Beef 1S0' Cakes.Z, Joal 49c, .
can mean the vaccine to protect Tralnfire program, which enable Whole C
,a child from 116.-a nickel the modern aoldter to become Lb.to'a059 A S T Lb. 79'aye Freshly) Baked
can aupply penidUn to cure a. a better)rifleman! in less R 0 '.Inch
highly D Mince Pies 49c
child contagious of yaws tropical a crippling! disease. A time than previous methods H I N additional cost Each

dime can buy enough DDT to Mr and Mrs. Bill Calfee of Wrapped for your Freezer at no Jane Parker Golden, Cinnamon or
protect a child from malaria for Fort Pierce called on Okeechobee Cut and Box of
nearly a year and a quarter can friends Sunday Sugar Donuts 12 21cDEL
mean the antibiotics to save a Mary Margaret Delaney celebrated -
child from the blindness\ of trachoma her sixth birthday Friday -
October. 20. MONTE 6Vi OZ. CANS LADY BETTY Sunshine Ib pkg.
For a dollar UnlCEF can ship Mrs. Olin Godwin attended a APPLE SAUCE COOKIES . .39e
' ' ' ' ' ' '
enough dried milk for 500 glassesto District Number 2 meeting of. TUNA FISH 4 for 99c PRUNE JUICE MORTONS Frozen

areas where It Is most needed.. the Volunteer Firemen Association POT PIESMORTONS. . . . . . . . . . . . . .4 for 89c
A dollar also represents 500 vitamin and Auxiliary at Pompano
for children suf Mrs. Godwin QUART BOTTLE Frozen
faring, capsules from malnutrition Assist Beach is Saturday state chaplain.night M&M PLAIN FRUIT PIES . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 39c

Ch oe. Candies 5.a Oz. Pkg. 29cSCOTT 31 MACARONI MORTON'S Frozen& CHEESE DINNERS . . 2 for 49c
All Flavors-Reg. & Instant

MY-T.FINE PUDDINGS . . . . . . 3 for 29c
B LAKE Y'5 Chef-Boy-Ar-Dee With Mushrooms

LEE WATER REPELLENT TREATED SPAGHETTI DINNERS . . .. . . . . 4Se45e
Bathroom Tissue 2 27c . t
rolls] Chef Boy Ar Dee With Meat
120 N. 2nd ST. HO 1.2134 SCARFS SPAGHETTI DINNERS . . . . . . . . .
FORT PIERCE
HUDSON

GERBER'S STRAINED TOWELS . . . . . . . . . . 2 reg. rolls 41c
HAND ROLLED 100% RAYON . EACH HUDSON

e f Baby Meats 2 3can0sZ. 49c FACIAL TISSUE . . . . . . . . . . 21cC
HUDSON-Family Pack

t0 9 NAPKINS . . . . . . . . .. . . 200 1, .31c
I ) ANN PAGEMACARONI .

3.98 .' ; SPRY lOc OFF DEALShortening . . . . . . . . 2 16-oz pkgs. 35c
ANN PAGE GROUND- ba.n mwnr N.ne n.ra.w. .r
3ib. Can79c ,
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j:":'' .) MAZOLA BLACKPEPPER

r ... Can 3 5, e SOUTH PARK STREET
It. tl' "J.il' \ *! \ Prices In this ad are effective through
+ Margarine 39c
) 1 Lb. Ctn. Saturday, October 28.
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DETERGENT DETERGENT VEG. SHORTENING MORTON'S COLGATES

r f : Vel ;pgg. 33c Ad Crisco Palmolive I Salt Tooth Paste

t (t .0,9 Giant Size Lb. Can Save 36cyou pay 83c
: t. Pkg. 77e 79c 3 93c Soap 2 Boxes 27c

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., ARISTOCRAT Cleanser-3c off deal PET FOOD 3 REG. 29c DIXIE cUP
: -;> BARS Ivory
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II I SALTINES AJax Nine Lives Dispenser

most wanted Ship'n Shore shirt i Gt. Size 2 Cans 43c 26 oz cans 27 2 BARSI 29c with 25-9 oz. cups 69C Soap


loved for its masterly/tailoring, Lb. P.kg. 19C AIR PURIFIER STEWED DETERGENT

its beautiful button.down styling, Florient Cashmere PRUNES Swan Liquid 4 PER BAM 27c

its fine oxford. All.cctton iron. j
; no I 6 Oz. 17oz.cans 22 Oz. Bottle
79c Bouquet 33c 65
White, tints, brilliant hues. 28 to 38. DETERGENT Can C
2 BARS 21c I

BLEND OR CONTRAST YOUR BLOUSE FAB DETERGENT 3 BARS 29c SANITARY NAPKINS CLEANSER

WITH YOUR BLOUSE YOUR SKIRT-AND IN THE COLOR MONOGRAM OF THE Lux Liquid Modess TIDE LARGE
2 31c
SKIRT. MONOGRAMS $1.50 FOR 3 Lg. Pkg. 22 oz bottle Giant Size BARS
INITIALS. 33c 65c 2 BARS 29c 2 PKCS. 89c 77


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I am an Englishman by birth pair of dry pants . they are for their law firm . do you find that we have repaid them BIRTHDAY DINNERA Page 6 Okeechobee News, Friday, October 27, 1961
. and was once proud of it. . no doubt a bunch of "si1 sterl" suppose they would give one . fourfold . i or more.
MORE not ever again. that cannot make a living on Piccadilly whit . or even a half of whit dinner was held Wednesday
evening, Oct, 18 at the home of
Square . and no doubt If the Empire! would ever repay God speed this shyster firm to
ABOUT I My folks . ., my grandfolks hove a sign . longer than the trillions of dollars that Is an early demise and we also Mrs. Jesse Boyd In honor of her
NOTIIiNG I and all. migrated from England a well rope . proclaiming the owed to us . their grandchildren hope enough counties contributet birthday. Roast turkey and all the
I during the 19th Century . fact . they are legitimate . because of "a will t Arrange expenses for them to trimmings were served to the following
her husband,
, By KREWKHUTTI in fact my great granddad was barristers, of a way" be buried in the proper lot . persons: WELCOME
i lost in an Indian massacre . I at a certain castle . with the Jesse and the children Betty
I see where a fellow colon I because he also thought . .. Persumabely . we the 50 I am . .for( one glad that I tributes paid to a scion , or Ronald and Calvin Stephens, Mr.
lIst remarked that we of Okee- I that the rule of England . and states of the Union would pay the Jackson County, Oregon hai blueblood.If and Mrs. R, N. Vick, Mr. and
chobee County, Florida, owed I taxation . and tea drinking bill . as did Jackson County paid! their debt to( Mrs Emerson Moore Mr and VETERANS-FRIENDS
approximately 1 to 32000th of was . shall we say . Oregon . what would be the I and also think that If England I had my way . they Mrs. Russell Sellers and daughter .
the national debt for the Great I not what they wanted I outcome? and their scion barristers would would go like their stinking tea. Yvonne and C. J. Pardoe.
Boston Tea Party which was 1 read the papers . they would NEIGHBORSfrom
held In 1773 Now comes 1961 and nearly the The shyster lawyers . from OktechobeeWe
birth of 1962 . . and this fore- I the Great British Isles . would

For me, and I think I speak for ever backward outfit wants to : have made a name for themselves OkcccliobeeJewelers
thi rest of the county . . wewill collect a few pounds of loot that . they would no doubt enter In. Would Like For You To Attend
was inherited by them. to the lowest of all shyster lawyers .
. providing, .
pay OUR 2nd ANNUAL
. they wilt become peers The time to insure

You, the shippers of the tea will The lads that are at the spear. . knights . . or mayhaps against fire Is Halloween Masquerade
for the head of this organization must ''a chance to be a member of
five us a receipt money
that has been accumulated over still be "bloomer girls" from the parliament ORDER l before it happensIf
institutions! of learning In Our BALL
these . that
many years you I BRONZED
show proof that Mother Country," They have as So well . so good . .but r and when fire strikes '
can your company
was the one that shipped yet . . probably not worn a after they had made the name f your home it will be too at the SEMINOLE HOTEL

t1lf> tea . . that you have a' BABY SHOES late to check your insur
legitimate claim to the amountt
FOR CHRISTMAS to if it's ade
!lt your company<< was said ance see

owed. *pY I F jrl NO . # quate to cover your loss 0(11 28 1 1961
w4 I The only way to protect
If you can raise the money that 7
ear spem by "us suckers that is your Insurance yourself financially is to
SAVE
In line Sponsored by the VFW Post 6023
you are now dunning , for coverage get the right coverage .
bundles for Bri'ian . the war ice- r,. with today's value Indiantown, Florida
debt that we have fostered ever of your property?
DOOR PRIZES COSTUME PRIZES
since the 'nreat Tea Party"the
loss of.men because of your DANCING PRIZES

btnjllns commanders . and Leonard Berger
the Allies enemies . and the : Admission $300 per couple
knowhow that we have given INSURANCE AGENCY
you on the atomic ? hydrogen FIREAUTOCASUALTYBONDSOkeechobee
1Styli DANCING 9 to 1
and other bombe . let '
County Bank Building
elone the space "know how and
data" Phone RO 2.7441 I'

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Taken from me . I think you
en. a bunch of saps . that Two bass weighing over 6 lbs each and a 12V4 lb.
although you were all born untie catfish shown C. J. Titusville and"Shorty"
are by Pardoe ,
CONGRATULATONS TO THE
the sign of "Blueblood" Ibelieve
Boyd, Okeechobee. Several smaller bass
that In the centuries that
and "cats" were caught by the pair and R. N. Vickin i
have already gone into the sun It Portnlt ......
to . it has turned to yellow. the river last Thursday, in addition to these. 5x7 Stint mtUI ntn, frimi.nvn K10 W 'I$19 C11Oil 95 INTER-COUNTY TELEPHONE COMPANYON

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FOR CHRISTMAS... AND FOREVER

f No gift can glv. Dad or Grandma THEIR FINE NEW IMPROVED SERVICE. WE ARE HAPPY
r.'rt ,
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is i I s.t,1 0:. With iho.l tvtry xquitltlly adorable bronl.d scuff. and THAT THE TELEPHONE COMPANY HAS SUCH FAITH IN

M!:,i ... !i iH tt.au thiy b.com pr.i.rv.d tomorrow'In solid, fttlrloomi m.lal.. THE FUTURE OF THE AREA THAT THEY INVEST A QUARTEROF

d t ..TODAY Ord.r NOW for ChriilmolALSOfcEDUCtD A MILLION DOLLARS HERE.
H ; OLD Mr. BOSTON 'e'eK H..


YE INTELLIGENT BUYER'S GUIDE TO FINEST LIQUORS HI Styli 50 Bookindl NOW $1195 WE, TOO, ARE IMPROVING OUR FACILITIES AND HAVE IN.

Regular $13.93 8onl. STALLED A 30-PHONE SWITCHBOARD FOR THE CONVENIENCE .
I BRAND NEW PACK AGE. SAME Styli 91 Imported'
. Whit Mint 1 i Cnj Pipir- HOW $ 6 95 OF OUR GUESTS. TOO, WE ARE ENLARGING OUR

I : Regular J3.50UnmounUd Bronze OPERATION, NEW CONSTRUCTION TO BE COMPLETED IN
WONDERFUL WHISKEY!
1:1 Shoo NOW JO 89 ea
1:1M Regular $395 lath Bronii DECEMBER. WE, TOO, HAVE FAITH IN OKEECHOBEE.
: O.n in. Ingrovlnfl only 10.l.ttw
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PINCH: OkeechobeoJewelers ROdeo 3-3146 NORTH PARROTT AVB. ,.'


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BLENDED WHISKEY is recess :'i
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b. its handsome new package. t '. uI

Inside.. .that same wonderful % Mr. BOSTON'S li
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Kentucky Straight Bourbon i
if BLENDED WHISKEY a :st
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u straight whiskeys . choice =_ fifths,flask pints*nd half pints hi ; c .
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!i grain neutral spirits and full Since 1840 E. G. BOOZ hat .t.i.
1'i 86 proof. Your first sip will\ :": been famed for itt gentle ..ipr:
:.r. tellyouwhyPINCHieoften pm*whiskey flavor True Kentucky 5'!

mistaken for a more expen ___ bourbon hat never been iiti
2M mildor never smoother to the 1!
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I 1 Cart;, Dial ''roctfy' .. a A group of the officials that attended the cut-over of tho new dial Inter-County Telephone Company-Second row: John F. Pearce,

I i i system of the inter-County Telephone and Telegraph Company chairman of board, county commissioners\ ; M. W. Matz, commercial

Q To Over 50, Million __. I a Sunday, are, left to right, front row: D. T. Shearer assistant General manager of the telephone company;',C. H. Parkerso\:" city councilman .

kj I Manager of the Inter-County Telephone Co., Grogan Shelor, ; Jesse R. Watford, city councilman; W. Allen Markham, state

g Telephones r in United J} ( a Automatic Electric Co., Leon Yeilding, City Council; Ray Mullis, representative; Clifford Boyles, county y agent; Donald Mack, mayor

'" manager of the local telephone exchange; W. C. King member of Okeechobee, H. C. Smith, Automatic Electric Co., and H. C.

States and Canada" : 7rthrYf{ . of the Public Utilities Commission; H, L. Sheppard, motel owner; Abernathy, equipment superintendent; telephone company.
o er I f i a a H. H. Raulerson, county commissioner; J. N. Johnson, president

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Okeechobee News, Friday, October 27, 1961 Page 7 I------ Hostess To I panel discussion In which each destruction property.. r Hospital Notes In Need Of

-_---------_.............................. Calendar member gave her ideas for a use I Joe E. Monroe was sentenced
Jewelry PartyThe ful coming year Many ideas : to pay ISO or "-ve 20 days Jo PatIents at the Louisiana Ran Pine ConesSeed
were approved and the coming: jail for petit larceny. lerson Hospital Wednesday included .

SOCIETY 01 GvenlJ Jewel Rebekah Lodge will year promises to be a busy one. James Rucks, Velma Boy for future crops of slash

be hostesses at a Jewelry partyat Local FFA ette, Vonceil Brown, Nellie! Col. pine seedlings is being collectedthis

r...................................... the 26 lodge at S o'clock.hall Thursday, October County CourtIt CliaptcSpoils To Annette linn and Foulks baby ,girl William, Dan Davis Gray,, Service month through by the the Florida purchase Forest of

October 30 through November 4 The public is invited Funds pine cones.Slash .
Garden Club Fine Jerry Hancock: Joan Jerrell, Kay
Arts Club Quarterback Club, Monday at raised from this project will go was a big day In County Fair Johns, and the McDugald twine pine cones ripen in September ,

Holds Meeting Meet At SierraThe the court house, 7;30 p. m. toward the new' lodge hall now Court Monday. Thirty-two cases The PTA Chapter will attempt Also remaining were colored pa. and remain on the tree
Rotary Club, Tuesday, Lake. under construction. were settled 11 continued. Big. to sponsor a Youth Fair during tlenU Joshua Collier and Willie for a period of two or three
ThursdayThe regular shore Restaurant, 12.15: pm. gene group of offenses were for this school year. Dates set for Jones. weeks before opening. They must
meeting of the Junior Chamber of Commerce, unlawful speed. bo this before
picked during
period
Fine the fair are March 15-17, 1962. -
Arts dub was held at the Tuesday, Palmetto Restaurant Ladies Aid Of Those who forfeited their Released during the week of
Garden Club meeting was Sierra Inn $33 The fair will cover all phases of they open and the seeds fall
held Thursday afternoon at the Mrs. R. on October 12 with 7:00: p. m. apeparance bond on a charge of work done by atudenU in grades October 18 through 25 were Her
Episcopal Parish House A E. Link as hostess. Boat Club, Thursday, Court house. Brethren Meets unlawful speed included Albert A. on through 12 and homework ace Davis, Glen Carden, Georgia out.This of 1
Is
briEf year's cones
business meeting was at 7:30 m.Rcbekahs. .1 Farls, W. J. Trainor Allen G. Graves, Lydia Hill! Mary Rlctiey, crop
Mrs. Charles Carlton, president field with the : p The Ladles Aid of the Church done by the itudents. small, according to R. A. Jordan
president .
Mrs. Norma Lee
of the Fort Pierce Federation Robert Meierve of the Brethren held their regular Delster, Paul D. Djlkas, WilliamA The chapter has been working Gretha Ford, Charlotte nursery supervisor for the Florida
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of Garden Clubs, conducted Items of business presiding. The ] meeting October 10 at 7;30 Dunton, W. E, Earl, Stephen on a set of rules and reguatlont Alllgood, Evonne Herrin, Forest Service. "And to make
a work shop on floral arrange don included the scheduled under discus Hold p. m. with 12 members present. R. Gill. Jack C. Island, Shephard for several weeks Three of the Janet Willis and baby boy, Na matters worse, hurricane Donna

ments. House. It was decided Open Program for the evening was a King, Peter Klemp, Edward L. things decided by the Chapter omi Sammons and baby boy, Nor destroyed most of the small
Refreshments were served by should be in that reservations Crazy Hat, McHugh, John W. Owen, Anderson arc: ma Heldel, Herbert White, S. C. cones that would have matured
to
the
hostesses Mrs Vernon Reeves not later than hostesses Ride, John W. Sleds, F. E. 1. The name of the event shall Dalley, Mary Null Eva Strlckel, this year in Sooth Florida. But,
,,," Mr- Joe Galbraith to Mesdames -' October 30.Mrs.Clifford, Monday, Party MondayThe Sikes, James B. Owens, Paul F, ''be The Okeechobee County Youth Rah Wilkerson, and colored patients we need quite a lot of seed In
Emmett Davis, H. L annual Crazy Hat party 8il't rd Sears, Robert Kay, W. E. Bottle, Fair. Patsy Broomfield and baby order to grow enough seedlings

Elledge, Margaret Johnston, W. I discussion Boyles presented was held by the Jewel Rebekah Charles C, Maloney, Joseph W. 1 Participation Students, girl, James Leysath and Edward in the future to meet the de.
A Markham, R. B. Meserve J. Wars for Independence"on "Leaders in the Lodge members Monday night. -------- Porten and Eugene M. CambreU./ organizations and departments in I Jackson. mands",

p Mipphan Sr.,B. H. Moon, program continued The This was the regular bimonthly BRENDA DIANE COLLINS James M. Hickman paid a $25 the Okeechobee high, elementaryand
the
Bill Phillips William Preston H. of the theme for discussion meeting time, and the event was Mr. and Mrs. Ervan Maxwell fire for unlawful speed primary schools are eligibleto
H Raulerson, John Roe, Ralph Latin America Mrs.the. year on held at the lodge hall. Collins are parents of a daugh Mose Simpson was fined $32.SOon enter
Harper, J. 0. Pearce, Jr., brief Boyles gavea Ruth King was awarded a ter born October 20 at the Lou a bad check charge. J The kern exhibited must be
Next meeting will be held No. the Latin history of several heroesof prize for the prettiest hat. Bea islana Raulerson hospital. The Cleo D. Jackson, Improper driv the work of the exhibitor and bea

member 16 at the Florida Schoolf A delicious Amerieai.dessert countries. trice Lee's hat was awarded the little girl weighed 7 pounds 12'/i er's' license, forfeited $35 bond. part of his school work, a duty NOTICEOnly

-I M-. Davis and Mrs. coffee was served. Members of pie and. prize for'being most suitable for ounces, and was named Brenda Albert Patrick drunk, $35 bond performed at home or a hobby
Raulerson will be hostesses. The attending Hallowe'en, and Mary Hayes, Diane. forfeited. of tie exhibitor.
r . "' ". 'aken on a guided were Mesdames C. R. the most original. Samme S. Ramsdell, no drlv.et' 4. The Fair shall be held In the
Boyles, R. L. the firms and individuals
Brown
Pete Clem. following are
tour of the school facilities. Four new members were votedIn. JOSEPH EUGENE SAMMONS license, $35 bond forfeited. high school gymnasium.Shambling .
ons, Martha Conely Lewis members of the Okeechobee Contractors As.
They are Mrs. Edith Cramer, Awn, Joseph Eugene, was James Taylor was found guHtyon
Dreese, Enola Elledge, Ernest by transfer, and Mrs. Kancy: El- born October 20 at the local has two counts and was fined $25 I sociation. They assure the public! of their
Micco Dairy Hunt, R. E. Link Allen Markham kiss and Mr. and Mrs. BroadCox pital to Mr. and Mrs. Joseph for being drunk, and $75 on the, Gait intent to uphold the building code'of the City

Meserve, J., H. McCranie, Robert by invitation.The Byron Sammons. The baby assault and battery charge. I Inhabitant of the !Island of TI. and County of Okeechobee, and to protect thepublic's
Host To Party Austin Pearce, John next meeting on Nov. 13, weighed 9 pounds 11 ounces. George B. Hayes, no driver'slicense rte in the Inner Hebrides walk
Roa, "Leon Yielding, and Curtis interest at all times.
will be the official visit of District was sentenced to pay a In a curious manner supposedly
Kindergarteners WoodaH and Miss Jo Parrish, Deputy President Laura MICHAEL REED WILLIS fine of $50. I recognizable anywhere in Scot Anderson

honorary members. Collins. Initiation o" the new October 22, a 9 pound 5Vi ounce John F. Smith forfeited an appearance land. The Islanders develop a & Co. Kerby Electric Co.
Fifteen pupils from Mrs. Stri candidates will be held at the boy was born to Mr. and Mri. bond of $2SO for a truck! shambling angle of approach by Bag Burlap
ckland's Kindergarten, accompa Alice Gaventa Nov. 27 meeting Practice for Noah Willis. The baby, born at violation lighting to stay upright against Bob Sindlfur James T. Kinchen

nied by Mrs. Strickland and three the Initiation will be held Tues the local hospital, has been named John R. Hall was fined $ZO the wild westerly gale that Co. Clarence Lefter
mothers, visited the Micco: Dairy, Circle Meets day, Oct. 31 at S p. m. in the Michael Reed. or 90 days in Jail for malicious! weep Tim Roofing

owned by Dr. Martin Gould, on The Alice Gaventa Circle of the lodge hall. Big Lake Home Builders Nix Roofing &

Friday, Oct. 20. First Baptist church met at the R. E. Hamrick was holder of Sheet Metal
Julian Beecham, manager of home of Mrs. Harry Lamb. An the winning number In the draw. Carey W. Baggett
the dairy, was host for the trip. interesting program on minister- jig for the stainless steel cookware To Thank YouIt Electrical Co. C.H. Shirting
The children were given the log to international students was set.Mary .
opportunity to see the dairy In C. L. Conrad Clayton White
given with Mr. G. D. Calk in Hayes, hostess for this
operation. charge. meeting, used a Hallowe'en
Donald L. Crawford Willis Electrical
After an interesting morning The business meeting was conducted motif In decorating the table, and

at the dairy, the children wentto by Mrs. Ben Dixon, chair. she served refreshments of decorated Oscar L. Crabill Oscar WaldronW.
the home of Mrs. Sybil Bel- Is with real regret we announce the closing of our
man. Officers: for the new church cup cakes, Iced tea, coffee
wirer, where served.refreshments of year were elected and plans and Hallowe'en candles. grocery store after 44 years of succsiful business In Oktechobee. E. Creach Williams & Williams
products were made for the year. Sixteen members and two visitors
This was the first in a series Present were a guest, Mrs. R.v. attended the meettlne.I We appreciate most sincerely your patronage, your loyal and Ferguson Plumbing Co. J. W. Youmans
of field trips planned for the I
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members Mrs. C.
Strickland Kindergarten. D. Harden, Mrs. Cooper Mar. staunch support during all! those years. G & S Builders Big Lake Printers

Children attending were Kent shall Mrs. J. W. Summer, Mrs.J. Rest Home NewsMr. V. M. Britton Coker Gas & Elecric
Legs/ton. Stephen Crose, Sonja
G. Kelley, Mrs. C. D. Calk
Woods, Mark Zjch, Mitchell Zlmbfc Mrs. Ben F. Dixon and Mrs Har and Mrs. Dude Demons And to say we shall miss each and every one can not expressour R. E. Holley L. H. Hitchcock
Kathie Jones, Patricia Mob
ry Lamb. ana children of West Palm Beach
Icy, Tim Cumn, Donald Spann, visited Mrs. Matt Pearce at the real feelings of friendship for all Hayes Electric Co. Attaway Lumber Co.

DebMe! McClellan, David Alder LARGEST STATUE Dunklin Rest Home Sunday. Mr.

man, Vickie Richardson, Joel The world's largest bronze ale and Mrs. William Matthews of Again we thank you Better Homes of BET-HER Acres Corp.
Hardin, Rhonda and Robin Strick
tue, a figure of the Great Bud Lake Placid visited Mrs. Mary
dha, sits in Waldron on Sunday.
land.Mothers awesome majesty at
MEETING WILL BE HELD OCT. 27 AT
accompanying the a temple !in Nara, Japan. Believers Donations at the home this NEXT
children were Mrs. Lantls Stride crawl through an opening In week Included cookies from Mrs. Mr. & Mrs. J.: D. McCarthy THE COURTHOUSE COMMISSION ROOM,
land, Mrs. Wilbur Woods, Mrs.
one of the temple's columns to Frank Arthur, ice cream by the 7:30 P.M.
Albert Zlmba and Mrs. Kathryn assure themselves of the blessings Tastee Freez, and flowers from
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8 Okeechobe News, Friday, October 27, 1961 WE THINK we were probably ) t "Scouts Hold viously experienced teacher, : Stay home and benefit from parental I've noted that reaction often.
__ h one of the first to use the new looks somewhat theatrical, ThatIs attention while the state Specialists aN willing to work

The Okeechobee NewsEntered numbers, In town, We dialed the Honor CourtBy she i blond, tanned and statu- expends tar. less on their\ care with mentally\ retarded children
wrong number at 4 a. m Sundayand esque, and as a matter of fact, than would be required at a Sun- even knowing that the'children
got the works. A recorded BEN F. DIXON, JR. did perform In professional ballet land Center. are limited in what they can
: as Second Class Matter July I, 1911, at the Post Office to voice, so friendly and polite that Troop 480, Okeedhobee, held as a teenager. I was Interested in Rita's reaction learn, because these youngsters

Okeecbobee Florida Under Act ol March 8. 1879 we wanted to chat a while, informed their Court of Honor October 16, Before you have talked to her to working with delinquent respond with love and gratitude

Subscription Price Two Years, $5 00: Six Months $2.oo Shorter periods not accepted, had dialed was no longer in use. The Fox Patrol was In charge her interests. now lie. She has with the mentally retarded Be. trouble return little In the way of

LAMONTE H MOORE. Publisher Why were we calling at that of the opening ceremony follow.( devoted all her talents (including I fore coming to Florida, she spent affection. They rebel against.
EMMALENE B MOORE Advertising Manager hour? Waking a fishing buddy ofcourse ed by uniform Inspection dance) to helping children who a year and a hail as a home life authority Yet they too desperjvtely

PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY AT OKEECHOBEE FLORIDA After several announcementswere particularly need her-mentally supervisor at a girls' school In need help.
made and a brief business retarded children and at one Trenton, N. J. The school had at Rita has been interested in
.... -------.. there had radioed out city police IF YOU HAPPEN to see us I b meeting, the following awards point In her career delinquent that time about 450 girls. (Our helping boys and girls in trouble

I locking out behind the bars some '., were presented by Scoutmaster girls At Columbia she is working Florida Schools for Girls at Ocala: before they reach the training

HERE, THEREBY THEY WENT BACK Thursday day, you'll know it is because we t. Russell Douglas I on a master's degree in soclol and Forest Hill care for about school stage. She agrees with

The fire will complicate things a goofed on another news story 3.....".. .., Merit badges were presented to'' ogy, She wants to know how the 130 girls each). Judge Dorr S Davis of the Brow
I that
bit, but Russ said when they left Last week we ran a story on accidents -'WI Mike Presley and Gary Miles mentally retarded can best be Cottages at the New Jersey i ard County Juvenile Court
that they'd be back In time for reported to us by Florida A rather unusual fishing story for home repairs, Archie Lee prepared to fit into society In a school were self-contained, witha cne of the areas which most ur.

work next Monday What people Highway Patrol Trooper D. H. I came In Monday. Paul Ames, for nature, Ben Dixon for Indian constructive way, kitchen, a cooking supervisor, gently needs attention in Flor.
; EMERSON will to to Florida Dufore and the credit to fishing from Lock No.7. lake Harden much like ida is that of dependent and neglected -
,4 go through get gave Lore Timothy cooking, Broward County, Rita told me, and a housemother,
I 4 ;1 Wilbur Woods, Du- aide( caught a 7W pound bas und schools children These children,
Trooper Sorry wildlife management pub'ichealth supports 18 units for mentally or the Florida girls' except disturbed
MOORE WE PROBABLY shouldn't tel fore on a small dead minnow, liewas ; and Cliff Simonds for phrysically handicapped children. that the staff worked on eight along with the emotionally

this. We went to a birthday party fishing with a cane pole citizenship in the home, cookingand For three years she has taughtone hour shifts. It differed from the often get Into trouble. By
training
i recently, Our host, whose birth. for specs and using a small home repairs. class of retarded children In Florida schools In that male the time they reach the

day it was. Is an ardent fisherman Church Notes wire hook at the time. One year service pins were a unit which Includes two classesfor guards were employed. schools, it is indeed depressing to
& YONDERSOUTH We fish with him quite a presented to Cliff Simonds, Timothy the retarded and three for While our girls' schools provide though not hopeless, to try reeducate

bit. Occasionally we misdirect a CHURCH OF OUR Dove Hunters Harden Jimmy Dean, Bobby physically handicapped. rooms for four girls each in the themLong .
SAVIOUR
FLORIDA has that certain cast and hang our plug In a bush. EPISCOPAL Dean AI Burk, Michael Jacke Children in her classes range in newer cottages sing'e!' rooms

something that appeals to so He does too When it happens the Father Cave Get ChancesFlorida Joe Harden Olin Willis, William Intelligence from 50 to 80 I. Q. were the role at the New Jersey
George
many northerners, and lures quite perpetrator Is In for aims sharp hunters will have a Miles, Gary Miles, Don David They are the "educable" children schol, WindIn
a few of them from their home and pointed critiqism. Sunday, Sam. and 10 .a. m, two-phase season for migratory Frish and James Scott Mike who, when their counties do Girls at the school ranged In
service
of Holy Communion
states to take residence here. I dove hunting during the 1961- Arnold was awarded a two year rot provide classes such as thosein age from 10 to 19. They come the Sistan region of Iran
and
Wednesdays Holy Days,
Since we are only a few HIS CAKE was decorated with a all kinds of backgrounds,
years 9am. 62 season The first phase with service pin, and three year Broward, may be committedto from the dusty "Wind of 120 Days"scours
from the north we can understand figurine of fisherman holding i a of the most unfortunate
a 23 consecutive half-days, and the service pins went to Archie Lee, the residential Sunland TrainIng products from June
why our warm winters (In and line. As his wife passedthe in of life the land
situations
I pole Ben Dixon and \Vels Enfinger Centers as upper level or our way
ASSEMBLY OF GOD CHURCH second phase with 47 half days with ,ale.
comparison) year around greenery cake around for inspection borderline "Frankly", Rita said, "It was through September
of hunting Olin Willis Mike Presley, Timothy cases
Rev. A. P. Jensen according to A D
and flowers sunny skies and I before cutting, the fishing line Sunday School, 8:45: p.m. Aldrich, director, Game and Harden and Cliff Simonds, I The children Rita teaches can just too depressing for me" force gustsIT'S .
excellent have such cord
fishing an became entangled in a light
j C A. Youth) 7:30: pm Tuesday Fresh Water Fish Commission received Patrol Leaders cer- .
appeal and the toy fisherman was pull.
locates: Archie Lee
11:00 The second phase state ; a Quarter-
ed from the cake It did very little Morning Worship, am opens
Evanegllstic Rally 7:30 p.m wide November 23 to run through master Certificate; Mich a e 1
THE RUSSELL SELLERS', who for our host's the ego when someone doll Wednesday Prayer Meeting and January 8. Shooting will be allowed Jacke, scribe Certificate; Ben COOL WEATHER
pointed to dangling
are friends of from Indiana from 12.00 until Dixon, Senioor Patrol Leader's
ours and remarked "That's him all Bible Study 7:30: p.m. noon sunset
came, saw and were conqueredlast of each day Daily bag limit certificate for 1964-61 and an as-
right. Hung
year, He decided to do some up. THE CIItRCII OF COD for dove will be 12, with a pos sisstant! Senloor Patrol Leader's < TIME
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thing about it so last week came I--wE""LIKE the new telephone Rev. Dewey Herndon ',session limit of two days big Certificate 19C1-62; Weis En- >

down, got a Job and contractedfor : system. Our number was listed Sunday School, 10:0: Oa m. Other rules for migratory game finger a 1961-62; Senioor Patrol

a new house. for the first time in the new Worship Service, 11:00: a, m. during the 1961-61 season are as Leaders certificate and Kent Bell,

book. We were too late for the old Evangelistic Service, Sunday evening follows: a Junior Assistant Scoutmasters c' SKIRT AND SWEATER

THEY PLANNED to leave last one 7:00: p m. Rail and gallinule September Certificate.
Thursday morning for Indiana to Prayer Service, Tuesday even- 23 through November 26, with Parents of the I boys, and other F :u

settle their affairs, get the rest of SUNDAY EVENING we got a Ing, 730: daily bag: limit of IS plus' 25 sora Interested persons are Invitedto TIMErLk51 . .

the family sell their home and call from Mom and brother Ar Youth Service, Tuesday, 7:30: rail. Woodchuck Season Dec. attend these Boy Scout Courts i4t\

get back here to work thur back in Indiana We talked Young Peoples meeting each 16 through January 14, with daily of Honor when they are held.

for 10 minutes or so. There no- Thursday evening at 7:30: bag of four Snipe hunting season Ricky Dixon and Andy Dem. J'AS 3.98

MIDMGHT WEDNESDAY City thing to pick you up out cf the December 16 through January Her passed their Tenderfoot SWEATERS )
hear. 14. with daily bag of eight Requirements and were Initiated
Policeman White came to our doldrums like unexpectedly FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH
house to inform them that their ing the voice of loved ones who Cooper Marshall, Pastor Waterfowl hunting season for into the Troop. They received
duck, and coot will. be their badges at a Tenderfoot Ceremony -
home had just burned Police are far away Sunday School..... ..... 11:45: p.m. geese an- sAs 3.98
nounced later when finally established Oct. 9 SKIRTS
Morning Worship 11'00 a.m, ),OW
by the U, S. Bureau of
Valuing[ Union ..... ..... 6:30 p.m.
Sort Fisheries and Wildlife
Evening Worship ........ 730: p.m,
USED CARS Wednesday Evening j 4&'i OUR BIG LINE OF FALL AND WINTER

Prayer ... ... .. . 7:30: pm. SOMEBODY'SCIiILD
WEAR IS ARRIVING DAILY. COME IN
40 Killed In
'61 FORD $2,395.00GALAXY

4 Door H.T. Power Brakes, Steering, FIRST MISSIONARY BAPTIST Traffic During ' ? SELECT YOUR HEAVIER CLOTHING .
CHURCH OF BASINGER
Cruismatic Trans., Radio, Heater. By Addle Summers \1 IF YOU LIKE.
LAY IT AWAY
Damon B, Walkr, Pastor Month of AugustThe . .
School 10 rubllntloj Specialist Divlilon
Sunday a m I
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59 FORD $1,695.00 Of Child Training Kchooli,
Morning Worship Service, 11. Florida Highway Patrol Stat Ol HorM. l

GALAXY 2 Dr. H.T. Power Windows, Brakes, Training Union Sunday evening investigated 2270 highway accidents You can find out In New York a

Steering, Auto Trans-A CLEAN CAR. 6.30 p. m in August in which 40 persons what's going on in Florida or any 6
Sunday evening worship services were killed and 1,197 injured other state Boston Store

'59 ENGLISH 'FORD $895.00 7:30.Wednesday: a monthly report showed Over lunch in one of the Columbia .

evening worship The patrol arrested 10.603 driv University dining rooms, '
4 DOOR services, 7:30.Teacher"s: ers and wrote 22613 faulty I heard about Broward County's H OKEECHOBEE'S COMPLETE

equipment notices. public school program for exceptional
STORE
DEPARTMENT
59 RENAULT $595.00
State troopers drove 1586060 children from one of

1 4 DOOR-BLACK Group miles, spent over 100000 hourson the people directly responsible.

duty and rendered assistancein Rita Hofe/ the young but ob
Meets At Sierra
8216 Instances
59 CHEVROLET $1,395.00
In safety education, patrol
DOOR 1.0WNER-CLEAN Okeechobee teacher membersof safety education: sergeants gave

Tau Chapter of Delta Kappa 1,630 radio talks, delivered 359

'58 CHEVROLET $995.00 Gamma were hostesses at a speeches and showed safety

luncheon at the Sierra Inn Saturday movies to 129 groups Announcing.
4-DOOR During a business session The weights troops stopped . .

discussion was held on the possibility 14 490 trucks, found 431 overweight
57 CHEVROLET V8 $795.00Radio
of providung a scholar and their owners were assessed
Heater, Auto Trans. ship for a future teacher at Indian I $29685.

River Junior college. The August total brought to

'56 FORD $495.00 Attending were Josephine An. 18,396, the number of highway THE OPENING OFTHE
drews, Mrs Carrie Mae Briggs, wrecks investigated so far this
8 Cylinder, 4 door, Radio, Heater
Urs. Geraldine Brian;, Mrs year by patrol and in those

Fannie Eullard, Mrs Margaret wrecks 411 persons were killed
56 CHEVROLET $695.00 Davidson, Mrs. Christine Dugan, and 9159 injured.Presley NEW
4 DOOR Mrs. Mamie Padrick, Catherine
Shuck, Mrs. Ethel Trudnak. Mrs.
Takes
'56 OLDSMOBILE $695.00 Mildred B West, Helen Miller

and Mrs. Kindred, all of Fort Part In "SeaShell"
2 DOOR H.T. Pierce,

Juanita Browne Mrs Rhena
10 OTHERS TO CHOOSE FROM $250 UP OperationErnest
Cookman, Mrs Helen Hancock,
Mrs, Kathryn McClure and Mrs L Presley, chief air
Minnie Mae Wetmore of Vero controlman, USN: son of Mrs. r
OKEECHOBEEMOTOR Beach, Etta Presley of Okeechobee par.

From Stuart were Lillian Armstrong ticipated in operation "Sea Shell'of

Mrs. Azaleen Deberry, the West Coast of the United

CO. Mrs Challie Horton Mrs Rebecca States and Canada Oct 213,
Mrs while serving as a crewmemberof
Keller, Dora Lowry:
the anti.submarine warfare
Mrs. Dorothy Heagy attended
See Georgia Boy or Claude Holcomb from Port Salerno and Mrs. Be- support aircraft carrier USS Bennington .
operating out of San Diego .
una L. Maede of Pompano
Phones RO 3.3815 RO 3.4413 Beach Calif.
The Bennington, flagship of an
Okeechobee teachers were Mrs anti.submarine hunter.kiler group SERVICE STATIONLOWEST
Rhea Hunt, Mrs. Lottie Hauler-
participated in the joint Canadi
ion and Mrs. Enola Elledg
an-American operation with 150

other ships, submarines and aircraft

FISHERMEN . LOST Cur Dog Dark tan, PRICESHIGHEST
short, slick hair. Only marking,
Mrs. Leon Willis and children .
white of tail.
BOATERS tip Wearing! new
collar with Last Dorena and Olin, and Ronnie,
no name. seen
around Lakeshore Truck Stop Gary and Debbie Damon spent
the week end In West Ii'
Hollywood
Reward Anyone having any Information
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night of terrors I From the darkened doorways and
shuttered windows weird and gruesome apparitionscreep PI '

Id' 11 r I r n, li Ili''1 ..I Imb i rl 111q{ I II 1,w, lull I q1 q1I' Hobgobblins forth. trolls and demons stalk abroad. ..

Witches careen by on prancing broomsteeds. Great
I 1 w 1' 11 I bl f 1 I h, I'p' II 11 I 111I ,W1111' m' n h 1 1 1 lu'' I 1 winged owls flap and screech and blink their yellow

; i dP Pa l$ 1 eyes. Villainous black cats prowl and slink, baring
'i'1( l their fangs and sharpening their claws. Closer and fl 4 ,
1 1' closer they come, straight and unswerving toward ,
Y "'glu'UyY' llld' I'' the blazing bonfire. 3

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I a -as they fN I M, ICI, 1hgrI
fI I, w 0 S 1 g4 p.'I ''hl II I+ I S h p'i' cry "Trick or Treat" and tear off their funny faces, n "dl 1'I' 1, Y" r" II1,11 aA l
'}"1 + 1 r1r1 4 g'iY, m icI gp4q I 1 revealing themselves as neighborhood children d dI
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old alike to make merry. A gay Halloween Clown G y !1pt Ir,' I rI
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1 1 1 11 +d1 ) 1 n 11 IJ11 candy-toting clown can serve the dessert. lIe holds
various types of candy and chocolate to be eaten as L +" '
the dessert course of a buffet. The happy clown is e s.. a

jl p I simple and inexpensive to put together. Here's how 4 1, ' ppMGr "
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r I CLOWN'S BODY: Roll mat stock into 'd" r IKdCtP, 1+" ''add Y iile h 1 I I'', 1
1 I 11 I Il p 1 cone 13" high and attach bottom to rectangular box. pI"Y d"" ,d4k, Ib
'n III FOR CLOAK: Cut flameproof crepe paper 8" x l l "ti 'My ay ., f
I I II 20" and paste double ruffle to "hem". Gather and y I rNu Y r a 1 ,
I hlsl paste untrimmed edge around neck and trim with I YY 1
ruffle of crepe paper. Cut sleeves from mat stock, 1 r?
trim with ruffles and paste to back of figure Cut
out hands from mat stock and paste to sleeves.

FOR HEAD: Cover lollipop with crepe paper. "' 'I tr'u
1 Paste on or draw features and hair. Attach ears. I r ,
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FOR HAT: Trim a mat stock cone with a nar- NSQUASII
row ruffle. Add pompons made of spaghettithinstrips
of flameproof crepe paper gathered at center.
FOR BASE: Cover rectangular box with crepe

CANDY TOTING PARTY CENTERPIECE paper and attach sourballs. Paste two large paper PUMPKIN
ovals on base for clown's feet. Arrange chocolate CUTIE TO GRACE YOUR TABLE
To Brighten A Buffet Or Party Table At Ghost And Goblin Time
pumpkins, goblins and witches Have Plenty Of Easy-To-Flx Treats On Hand For Mama Goblins Too
FOR SCEPTER: Insert large lollipop into hole
in base and tape to clown's hand

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;' w 1 I r 1 0 11 11xf around the house, have a pitcher of our hot Hallo tb
ween punch on hand to warm up hardworking
1 goblins and witches.
xf 1 WII This dark, chocolaty punch takes on the proper
N5? 1 : 114 Halloween color when served in holowedout baby 1, fit i I
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2 quarts milk 2 cups cooked mashed
2 cups dry instant chocpumpkin, canned or r!
olate flavored drink fresh
mix 1 to 1-Vi: teaspoons cinnamon 1 W
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blend thoroughly. Add pumpkin and cinnamon; I I i Y alter sI
+ mix well. Serve in cups or small pumpkin shells.
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,,11 ,1,1It u uV moist and extra rich with a deep spicy flavor be- f 141Nv 11, I it '

cauJe it's made with root beer. It's special, too,
V Y because the recipe can be made in three round lay- '
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1rt ''I 11111 t
al I ers. Put them together with orange-tinted frost 1
ing and turn the top into a happy Jack 0' Lantern ,
11 l III Ili 11 III I face by outlining eyes, nose and mouth with the 1 h
s 'MP frosting. '

1 JACK 0' LANTERN GINGERBREAD n

1'r 1, 1 i/j cup shortening 1-V4 teaspoon baking soda
1'' I V2 cup granulated Y teaspoon cloves
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i' 1 egg, well beaten 1 tespooon cinnamon I In Y .
1 cup molasses 1 tespoon ginger
2.Va cups sifted flour 1/ teaspoon salt .I 3"i,: -- ,.
i/j cup root beer
1 I i ''I Cream shortening and sugar together until .

: fluffy. Add beaten egg and molasses; beat until
" ': I thoroughly mixed Sift dry ingredients and add to
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W I molasses mixture alternately with the root beer. ..
HOT CHOCOLATE PUMPKIN PUNCH Divide batter evenly into three 8-inch layer -
pans which have been greased and floured Bake in A GOBLIN'S DELIGHT FOR HALLOWEEN NIGHT

Witches, Owls and Black Cats Agree Its the Spookiest For Parties moderate oven (325 F.) for 15-25 minutes. Be Prepared To Cast Spell Of Your Own With Goody Snacks
When cool, spread Halloween Frosting between
layers; put remaining frosting in pastry tube and

use to outline Jack 0' Lantern's eyes, nose and .,,p,. +MY', + y1MMlr }'j" mr1 ,..,, k,W'wv ,
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del '1'tl''' 2 egg whites, un- 1-'/ teaspoon white

beaten corn syrup
l.i'2 cup granulated 1 teaspoon vanilla ex-

iV sugar tract
;1 eYI 1 11111G 1I
+ I 5 tablespoon water Food coloring (red and
yellow to make

I orange) "
lp1I Combine egg whites, sugar, water and corn Wr ,
syrup in top of double broiler, beating with a hand I Ij
I beater until thoroughly mixed. Place over rapidly
boiling water and beat contantly! with hand beater, ,
cooking for 7 minutes or until icing stands in a r YY1 ,
peak. Remove from heat; add vanilla and food color.
ing. Beat until thick enough to spread. A

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When ghosts and goblins ring your bell, casta

r w R Y y r spell of your own over your Halloween guests witha
tray of raisin-peanut bars. These chewy cookie ,

"L I.fl bars combine old favorites, peanut butter and jam P a 1hi YI X"
I./ I with taste surprising California raisIns.
GOBLINS RAISIN PEANUT BARS
% cup shortening 2 cups sifted flour 11 1? raw, ,I 1I'

1 cup peanut butter 2 teaspoons baking

2 cups sugar powder .
1 cup light brown 1 teaspoon salt j

sugar, packed 2 cups dark or golden "cu I I p
4 eggs raisins, chopped
2 teaspoons vanilla 1 cup peach preserves
Powdered sugar
Cream shortening, peanut butter, sugar and 1,1,
brown sugar together. Add eggs one at a time, beat-
ing thoroughly after each addition. Add vanilla. Sift
together flour, baking powder and salt. Add to
creamed mixture, blending well. Divide dough in
half. Press oen half into greased 151/:; x 10V4 x 1- :1
inch pan. Combine chopped raisins and peach preserves '
,r !I Spread over dough layer. Divide remaining
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b' I 1111 1 ,I dough into small amounts and press evenly over b" r41w"-, 1 tN rlr ''I tl"I P "
9 raIsin layer. Bake in moderate over (350 degrees '10... r4 rC ,
PERKY GINGERBREAD LAYER CAKE F.) 25 to 30 minutes When cool, cut into 1>/J: x 4-
inch fingers. Dust lightly with powdered sugar. COMBINE A WITCH'S BREW WITH CREAM PUFFSA

Ideal For Halloween Decorating With Orange-Tinted Frosting Makes 3 dozen bars. Wistful Witch Looks On With Envy As Halloween Guests Approach

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Page 10 Ok.tchob.. N.ws, Friday, October 27, 1961a Pick Quarantine cent of the animals in the 32 ant or defendants are deceased Confesso will be entered againstyou
OkeechobeeFirst counties south of the quarantine the unknown spouse, heirs, de and this cause shall thereafter .

Plan Barracks I organization has amazed all interested Lifted In State line were covered by this Inpection. visees, creditors, grantees, or .proceed against you ex I TakeTRAILWAYS
other parties claiming by, through parte .r
I observers in the U. S.
Commissioner of Agriculture
InDaiI9)7il1g under or against any such deceased Done and Ordered at Okeecho
For WW One Vets Congresa and all other areas of Doyle Conner today announced I
defendant dofendants
: or If bee, Okeechobee County, Florida,
our veteran population Granted all 1 quarantines In Florida both GUESTS FROM TEXAS alive, and If dead, their unknown this 24th day of October, 1961.
In Okcccliobcc a Congressional charter in 1958 Slate and Federal, for cattle feer -
Mr and Mrs R. E. Link has heirs, devisees legatees, or HAYNES E. WILLIAMS
"Veterans of World War One, \ ticks, with one exception
as their guests Mr. and Mrs, grantees: and all parties having Clerk of Circuit Court
By EARL SISSONAt USA" has increased its member. have been lifted effective October
B'I' lalbcrt E. Adams of Monahans, or claiming to have any right, Okeechobee County, Florida '
the conclusion of World ship more than 1000 per cent
: I 17.The Ttxa Adams is nephew of title or Interest in the property (Circuit Court Seal)
War I, veterans of that war organized Now in excess of 200000 this A population count of Florida quarantine at the "Africa a
.
Link While be atended herein described to-wit Publish:
Mrs. here
the American Legion new organization, with nearly cattle for the live years be- 1.1 I, S. A" animal compound near
( meeting of the Lions Block October 27, Nov. S, 10, 17, 1961.
a Lot 8 of 173,
Later, a new policy of the Legion 3000 units known as barracks, tween 1954 and 1959 showed a Boca Raton remains in effect, I
opened their membership to Veterans is located in every state in the marked inrcease in dairy cattle COMer said. It was there that Af- Cub] at Canal Point Mrs Ad. OKEECHOBEE accord- The Okeechobee News

of World War II. As time Union and the Phillipinnes and and decrease in beef cattle, lean red tikes were found in Sepember. ams and Mrs Link accompanied ing to the plat thereof recorded travelon
I Membership 1960, the first time him and had dinner in Pahokee in Plat Book 2. NOTICE OF easiest
passed the younger veterans assumed more recently, in Ireland. according to a report by the they
leadership and control is exclusively restrictedto Florida State Chamber of Commerce had been Identified on this con- while he attended the meeting. page 17, public records of SHERIFF'S SALE earth

Gradually the decisions of its veterans of World War I. It tinent. Lifting of the quarantinesthere The Adams' left Okeechobee on St Lucie County, Florida. Pursuant to a writ of execution

younger! members influenced a Is planned to establish a bar. Dairy cattle increased statewide will be taken under consideration Tuesday morning to return to YOU, AND EACH OF YOU, are and Instructions for levy Issued NATIONWIDE SERVICE

lessening of attention to the ad. racks in Okeechobee in the near 21,400 while the beef cat. by State and Federal authorities Texas, hereby severally notified that out of the Small Claims CONVENIENT DEPARTURES

vice of the organization founders. future. For more information, tie decreased 171.000 head. at a later date. Lura P. Owens, has filed her Court of Okeechobee County,

Meanwhile, ever mindful of write Earl Sisson vice command. for land by urban, Since cattle fever ticks were LEGALSIN Complaint in the Circuit Court September, A. D. 1961, In that
Competition
the welfare of members of his er Dept of Florida, 315 So 5th and industrial Inter. found on May 31, 1960 In south of the Ninth Judicial Circuit in certain cause wherein TOM FOY, JACKSONVILLE

organization, a first World War I St.. Fort Pierce Florida Together ests agricultural caused considerable cattle Florida. more than one million THE CIRCUIT COUURT OF and for Okeechobee County doing business as Tom Foys I Leave

veteran and fledgling memberof with a sppecial pamphlet you shift in the five cattle have been systematically THE NINTH JUDICIAL CIR Florida, against you, and each Garage, is plaintiff and Tommy Okee.12:20 1:30: am
population I pm
Congress in 19)3 from Indiana also receive a free copy of a recent pped; and inspected In infested CUlT OF FLORIDA. IN AND I of you. as defendants, seeking Givens Jr., is defendant, I haveon Arrive

Appeared before the Veterans issue of the National Tribune years.Okeechobee County led In' tile areas, according to Dr. C. L. FOR OKEECHOBEE COUNTY to quiet the title of the plaintiff the 9th day of October A. D. Jax. 6:45 p.m. 7.15 am

Affairs committee (House of Rep- Stars & Stripes" and a history to Campbell. director of the Divisionof IN CHANCERY to the above described real property 1961, levied upon and will offer
increase of dairy cattle gain.
enlalives) 87th Congress, inI I 1960 showing barracks by states ing 7.900 head. There is no count Animal Industry. A cooperatIve CASE NO. 1886 located In Okeechobee for sale to the highest and best MIAMI

July, 1961 and the following ben ty breakdown for 196041 but State Federal eradication program ACTION TO QUIET TITLE County, Florida bidder for cash In hand at 11:00: Leave

excerpt from the statement: got underway soon after LURA P. OWENS You are further notified that o'clock A. M on the 20th day
this county has had a much Ok.. 2:15 6:45
the first tick : am
cf Ray J. Madden supporting his DAIRYINGBy greater gain in the e two years in quarantines Martin and were established Plaintiffs the return day of this Notice to of November, A. D. 1961 at the I Arrive pm

bill H. R 3745 to provide a serv RUSSELL WEBBIn Palm \' Defend is December 1st, 1961 front door of the Court House in
M Okeech>bee is now the largest Beach Miami 10 15
counties in June 1960. 5.50pm: : am
,
for the U. S. Veterans : EUGENE C. WOLFF and shall said follow.
ice pension in and and you on or before Okeechobee Florida the
the October 25th issue of the dairy state Florida second Northward movement of cattle
of World War I: Hoards in United States. LOUIS MAY date serve a copy of your de- ing described property of the
Dairyman on page990 the out of 32 south Florida
"A number of first World War and 1004 appeared two of the Palm Beach, Hill&boroush, v:as controlled by a quarantineline counties DefendantsNOTICE fense, It any, upon W. L, Hendry, defendant, Tommy Givens, Jr.:
veterans members of Congress TO DEFEND for Plaintiff, whose ad. ChevroletJ.
1954
Attorney
most informative articles for all Manatee, Martin Polk and High- across the state through BUS STATIONRO
(1943)) met to see that the same local dairymen lards counties also showed substantial IN TIlE NAME PF THE STATEOF dress is P. O Box 332 Okee C McPHERSON
Ocala. its
During ,
thing did not happen to W.W, n operation nearS FLORIDA TO THE DEFENDANTS chobee, Florida, and immediately Sheriff 3.3615
It told how one out of the gains in dairy cattle. Iy 300000 animals were cleared
veterans that had happened tow : thereafter file the original ol Okeechobee County, Florida
thousands of dairymen who use Other neighboring counties lost. fer across the line.
of W, W. I. After a number of I artificial breeding profited. Not Polk county which led in beef Quarantine passage line operations ended Eugene C Wolff and Louis same In the Office of the Clerk of i Publish: I IIflAILWAYSVICK .

such meetings, four months later I only did he increase his product cattle in 1951 with 122000: head October 1. May, If said defendants are living Circuit Court of the above styled Oct. 27, Nov, 3. 10, 17, 1961
in June 1943 the G. I. Bill of and if any or all of said defend. Court: otherwise a Decree Pro The Okeechobee News
I tion, test and get a beter type had dropped back by 1959 as During the eradication pro-

Rights was passed cow, but he was able to lower citrus acreage increased and gram; inspection of all
It is also remembered that
his overhead costs. Hillsborough took first place horses and mules in south
some of the younger Legionnaires This article was of special interest with 96,000 head. Gains were I was carried on. It Is cattle'l

wanted a service pension for to many of the local dairymen shown in several central Flornda that 1,200,000, or about
the first veterans However,
war as they are using the A. I. counties, with small populations.

at that time it was thought by program in their herds and intend The weeding out of unimproved LOST Cur Dog Dark tan, R. N.
this in that session of
Congress group that nothing should be to a< long as they are in beef cattle was a big factor in short slick hair Only marking,

the dairy field. the decreased population Total white tip of tail. Dog wearing a
included
that might prevent pas
Tllecan compare their A. I. for the state. January 1, 1961 new collar with no name. Last
sage of the G I. Bill and the
I cows to their older cows and was estimated at 1.596,000 bead seen around Lakeshore Truck
provisions to provide for the i note with satisfaction that the of which 1252000 were beef: Stop. Reward. Anyone having information .

pension were omitted. Two years I A. I cows are producing more cattle call Lakeshore Truck

later when it was again suggested milk at a higher test and eating Stop, RO 39966 10.27
that service pension for
a
no more feed than the older Will Build Your
first war veterans be included in
cows. This means a bigger profit GIRDLE THE GLOBE
a bill amending the G I. Bill for them.
these veterans of World War I
Since there are several dairiesin If all the children ho have GILBERT
again maintained their former benefitted from UNlCEFprovldedTB .
this area that are considering\
unselfish attitude where they
using the A. I. program, this vaccine marched four
themselves were concerned. Later ought to clear up any of the abreast, five feet apart their THEATREFriday
however, drastic action became .
would reach around
doubts in their minds procession
necessary when the urgent The A I. program furnishes the world at the Equator
need for W. W. I service House
a pen-
all records such as breeding, and Saturday
lion became apparent to ease
freshening dry dates, heat periods October 27 and 28
the burdens and near destitute
vet work etc. It brings up City CourtOnly
condition of thousands of those "BIMBO THE GREAT"In
the question, "Can you afford not
who served and offered their to breed artificially two cases were heard in Circuscope and Color

lives during! the "war to end all city court this week, both drunk CLAUS HOLMGEKMA1NE ACCORDING TO YOUR PLANS .
wars". Realizing the spreading DAMAR
If all the midwife kits shipped charges.
disregard of its founders and ELMA KARLOWA
by UNICEF were stacked one Walter Carver was fined $15
benefactors the IN EAST OKEECHOBEE BETWEEN
members -Plus
younger on top of each other, they would and sentenced to serve 15 daysIn
of their organization, new "FIVE GUNS TO
a form a pile twice as high as jail. William A. Grimes was WILLIAMS ROAD AND EVERGLADES
organization was founded to be TOMBSTONE"JA.IIES
Mount Everest fined $20.

War known One as USA"'Veterans. of World DELLA SHARMAN BROWN BOULEVARD ON 100 FT. OR LARGER

With a total of 2000 members, LOTS
Sunday, Monday and Tuesday
1 a national convention was held "
in 1953 at Baltimore, Md. Main ELECTROLUX@Only October 29, 30 and 31

objective of the new organization "THE HIS PLEASURE COMPANY"In OF FINANCING WILL BE ARRANGEDFOR

was to secure a service pension Authorized Salts' & Service
for its aging and needy. Color
which might exemplify the ac Free Pickup and Delivery I FRED ASTAIRE FULL INFORMATION CONTACT

tion taken by our first president I DEBBIE REYNOLDS f

George Washington and ORDER NOW FOR CHRISTMAS
and
Wednesday Thursday

the'To words care for of him Abraham who shall Lincoln have, 707 Orange Av. Fort Pure, Fla. November"HOUSE land OF BAMBOO"2 ,I

borne the battle and for his VICKf
ROBERT RYANROBERT
widow and orphan." HO .40056USED STACK R. N. ;

With this humble beginning and SHIRLEY YAMAGUCHI

in the few subsequent years this "WHEN-Plus-THE CLOCK

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News, Friday, October 27, 1962 Page 11 Faye Norman of $10 and Collins es sponsored by the Lunchroom 24074. leadership conference held at the here, and he has acquired many

Dawson of $15 In'lieu of trans. Department will bring an extra Status of contract-Original con. Bethune-Cookman; College, Daytona I friends. NOW you CAN ADD:

Classified portatlon. onnual Increment of $23 for eachof tract price, $35,500; add by this Beach. Phillips said the station will r OENER'AL
n AdsNOTICE On a motion by Enola Elledge, the five courses completed. An change order, $24074.; adjusted have a full line of stock and ser ELECTRIC

seconded by Hope Hendry, the annual allowance of $5 per hun contract price, 3574074. New vice. Open hours will be from AIR CONDITIONING'oUICKLV 8
board approved the Five-County dred (or major fraction) for On motion by Coker, secondedby Regal Gas 8 ..m. to 10 p.m., and if business

LOST Cur dog, dark tan, short Agreement. (Copy on file). lunches served will be paid. Sub- > Hendry, the Board voted to Station warrants, a 24hour basis will be INEXPENSIVELY ITO
All portraits of the girls who slick hair, only marking, white On a motion by Jack Coker, stitute workers receive $5 per authorize the Superintendent to Opens observed, Phillips said. YOUR PRESENT FURNACE ]
participated In the Miss Flame tip of tall. Dog wearing new seconded by Smith, the Board approved : doy. Length of employment Is pay all bills and payrolls that become West Of CityThe
contest may pick up their picItures collar with no name. Last seen the salary schedule for nine months, or 180 days. due during the month, If
at the Big Lake Printers around Lakeshore Truck Stop. lunchroom workers as follows: On motion by Coker, secondedby and when funds are available. new Regal Service Station QUIET DEATH TOLL

(office, north of the court house Reward. Anyone having any Information Salary schedule for Okeechobee Smith, the Board authorizedthe on West North Park Street The church steeple In the little
I anytime this week end. The call Lakeshore Truck high school and primary Superintendent to advertise opened Its doors for business Brazilian village of Pacotl which
charge will be $1.SO. Stop, RO 39966. 10-27( school lunchroom managers gives the Special Tax School District Glades Teachers Friday morning. halt been known to toll a baby's

I an annual base salary of $1500, Election Association MeetsThe Regal gasoline Is well known death three times daily now
Sale with an annual Increment of $100 and quite popular In northern rings only two or three times a 1"1'INSTALLATION
For or Rent NOTICE OF ELECTION
EmploymentHEJP for[ each year up to five years of NOTICE Is hereby given thatan Glade Teachers Association and north central Florida but month-ever since a new lease
WANTED experience, and additional incre- held their second meeting at comparatively new In South Florida on life was given to the com il
election will be held In Special
FOR RENT New 2-bedroom ExperiencedCook ment of $25 for each training Harlem Academy In Clewlston. The Okeechobee station lathe munity's youngest citizens by the IS EASY f
white Tax School District Number One
or colored. Must be
house, nicely turn. Small family experienced. Apply to Mrs God course to their credit. Training of Okeechobee County, Florida, The Association Includes Okee- third In the Glades area. United Nations Children's Fond. COST IS LOW I
only. $65 mo. Call RO 3-4553, or courses are sponsored by the chobee, Glades and Hendry The Regal Petroleum Corp.
win at Tennessee Restaurant. 27 on the 7th day of November A.D.
RO 3-3134. dh Lunchroom Department. An annual 1901; said election shall be for counties. have stations! In Belle Glade and FRESH AIR ..
WANTED WINDOW CLEAN allowance of $12 per hundredor the purpose of determining the Devotions were conducted by South Bay, General offices of HUH
FOB' RENT Furnished nice ING, Wall Painting. Outside ( major fraction) for. lunches amount of millage to be levied Chaplain W. L. ,Fairly. Themefor the corporation are In West Palm times do "huh't How many (1 CLEAN AIR
you SlY We
I clean one or two room apart. cleaning and repair. Call RO served Is also made. Length ot for the ensuing biennium. the professional period was Beach, Robert H. Spain is executive fas able to help you hear more may QUIET AIR ..
meat By week or month Utilities 3-4475 10-27( employment Is ten months, or In compliance with the laws "Guidance in the Small School". vice president.H. HEARING' an ACOUSTICON

furnished Road 78 Telephone WANTED Washing and Ironingto 20 Odays. The schedule was adopted governing the State of Florida, Mrs. Margaret Murphy servedas C. Phillips .Is the owner AIDACOUSTICON AIR OF MODERN '

KO 3-3241. 4-29tf do In my home. First house October 2, 1961. the following Inspectors are listed consultant for the elementary and manager of the new busi BECKER CO.OP LIVING'

south of Primary school. Mary. Salary schedule for Okeechobee for the various voting precinctsFor department. She Is area coordinator ness. He Is a son in law of C. H. HOR1 PIERCE CENTRAL ELECTRICAND
high school and primary school the Biennial Special Tax of guidance. Parkerson. They will make their HO 1-3264 321 S< 13th S'.
10-27( GAS CO. w
FOR SALE lunchroom workers shows an annual School District Number One: Mr. McKire, president, gave an home In: Okeechobee, Phillips Member Florida Heating Aid
WANTED White Middle aged base salary of $1300. Annual Precinct Barber's Garage -, account of the seventh annual I b I i wife Mae, Is quite well.known Dealer's Ass'n., Ine Phone 2.5561

3 BEDROOM HOUSE lady for housekeeping and care Increment for years of experience Clerk, Clyde Hancock; Inspectors, .

CBS FHA of one child. Five day a week. I Is $100 for the first year; $75 for Lorene Parker, Elizabeth Doman,

Low Down Payment Call RO 3.3011 days or RO 3-4203 second, $50, 3rd; and $25 for 4th. and Virginia Arnold.

$S6 per Mo. at night. 10-20,11-10; Additional Increment of $25 Is to Precinct 2 Bassinger schoolhouse OKEECHOBEELIVESTOCK
be paid for each of the four train- Mellie Rose Raulerson,
I.
ALTERATIONS I REWARD
AND DRESS
WRITE BOX 1781or Ing courses attended. Annual allowance clerk; Joyce Luna Nelle Mae
MAKING. Gladys Stello. Locatedin
Call of $5 per hundred (or Thompson and Edgar Thomas, In
cabin in rear of P. P. Evans
RO 1-3279 : major fraction) for lunches servoed. spectors.

OIMchob.a Mercantile. East Okeechobee. Substitute workers receive $7 Precinct 3-County courthouse, BLACK & BROWN DOBERMAN PINCHER PUP
714U 10-13() ; 11.3 ((4) per day. A worker who has work west endRev.. George H. Cave,

WOMAN WHO CAN DRIVE . If ed a major fraction of a school clerk; Annie Mae Fortner, Mary HAS CLIPPED EARS & SHORT TAIL NAME"ERIK" Auction Market

I FOR RENT Furnished cabins, 1 you would enjoy working 3 or 4 year will be given credit for a Alice; Norris and Flaudy Register -
electric kitchens. P. P. Evans hours a day calling regularly full year. Length of employmentIs Inspectors. LOST WED. NOON, OCTOBER 4, ON OR

Phone RO 33731. 7.2411 each month on a group of Studio nine months or 180 days. Precinct 4--Teen Age Center NEAR RT. 98 NEAR BASSWOOD. PLEASE CALL
Girl Cosmetic clients on a routeto Salary schedule for lunchroom (Old County Barn-J.) E. Pearce,

FOR SALE OR TRADE be established In and around manager at the Douglas Brown Jr., clerk; Reese Upthegrove, RODEO 2.6282 OR COLLECT LOGAN 64746 YOUR HIGHEST PRICESCOME
2 nice
school shows annual base salary
Okeechobee, and are willing to an Grethel Upthegrove and Watson
lots on highway 441. One a corner make light deliveries, etc., write of $940, with annual Increment DAgastlna, Inspectors. FORT LAUDERDALE.
lot Small frame house. For In. to STUDIO GIRL COSMETICS, of $100 per year for yearsof Precinct 5 City Hall -Walter FROMCOMPETITIVE

formation call Pahokee 2741. Dept. OW.9, Glendale, California. I experience, up to five years Gray, clerk; Van LIghtsey,
10.2711.3pFOR ; Route will pay up to $5.00 per and an additional $25 annual Increment Gertrude LIghtsey and June Boro- BIDDINGAT

RENT 2 rm. turn apt. on hour. 10.2711.3,10r : for attendance at the mei, Inspectors.
canal. Boat dock. $11 wk. Apply training courses' sponsored by the Precinct 6 County Court YOUR LOCAL

brown house Rd. 78, tt mi. west 1 |,""rnCK FOR SALE Lunchroom Department. An annual House, East End Harvey Ham-
Camp Okeeslmmee. 10.27,11.3pFOR -.#,.. allowance Is given of $10 rick, clerk; Annie Raulerson,
I FOR SALL: Young Ducks, per hundred (or major fraction) Frank Havely and Ruth Minehan, LIVESTOCK AUCTICM J

RENT Furnished apartment I ducklings, Fryers or Roosters. for lunches served. Length of employment Inspectors.On .
In Seminole Apartmen I Priced from ISc to 250. Would is ten months, or 200 MARKETLast

Call RO 3-4476 or Inquire at the 'like to sell all. Contact Mrs. Milton days. a motion by Smith, second

Drive In Theatre after 7pm. I Douglas at County line, lake Salary schedule 'for Douglas ed by Coker, the Board approve

9-111 road, 441. 10-6'J Brown school lunchroom workers '1 Change Order One as follows: s year nearly 60% of Florida Cattle
I DICES
gives a base salary of ItOO. Annual 1961 additions to Douglas rscooo
FOR SALE I
6 Lots 2 blockswest FOR SALE Hens, SOc each e
of Catholic Church ; Increment for years of e* Brown School 1. Relocate electrical Sold at Auction
Only!
electric stove, $25 Hoover
; sweep add electrical
perlence shows $100 for the first outlets and
$350 each. Phone
ROdeo
3.3953
after 8. er. $10; 10 ft. gas refrigerator, year $73 for the second, $50 for circuitry for Home EC Kitchen, AUCTIONS EVERY TUESDAY
9-lft $30, Jeep for parts, $75; Campor the third and $2$ for the fourth. $156.74; 2. Install masonry wall Old FashiDnedSA.LE
FOR SALE OR RENT 3 bed. horse trailer, $75: Boat, $20, Attendance at the Training Cours for Home EC Kitchen, $84; Total, PETE CLEMONS, MGR. PHONE RO 2.5521
I room CBS VA Financed home. 114 ft. pipe gate, $20; Kart Frame, I
Large corner lot with 15 fruit with tirese, $25. Call RO 6-1848, OKEECHOBEE, FLORIDA

trees. Wilcox Shores, dark St., I RO 34741.. 10-20 NOW ON DISPLAY

| RO 33793. Robert L.. Jacke. ANIMALS FOR SALE' Registered 1962 MODEL MOBILE HOMES

10-20,27 Angus Bulls, one year old. I
I DEALER FOR
FOR RENT Bangs vacinated. Four to choose :
Nice 3 bedroom
{house) unfurnished. 2 miles from from. One two-year-old registered VAGABOND VINDALE
Jdiy. Phone RO 3-4553 or RO 3I angus bull. Priced right. RO 3- MARLETTE CHAMPION STOP RUST !

I\ '134. dh 4608. 10-27 STEWART PACEMAKER .
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FOR SALE'3 lots 200'xl40' in- FOR SALE Great Dane dog, 9 with RETARDOrust
months old. Call RO 3-4475. 10-27 W* invite you to drop In and see the all new 10.wide 5 PC. THAYER DELUXE I lJ
eluding two rental houses
.aolV' DOWN
It for
Vagabond now on display - Compare $10)
beau.
renting for $130 per mo. Lots In MINUTES BOARD OF construction arrangement and you will agree DELIVERS NURSERY GROUP Inhibitive paint
county, city water. Full price, PI'BLIC INSTRUCTION truly the Cadillac of Mobile.Homes.a .
a .
Protects all
U500. Call RO 33025. 10-27 October 2, 1961 metal surfaces 1
I l't The Board of Public Instructionmet ECONOMY MINDED? then don't buy until you've seen inside and out "
our 1962 50x10 wide, 2 bedroom front kitchen -Champion :F.
I Merchandise in regular session with all . pre-finish.d aluminum . awning windows at
members present. Omar Hunt the low price of $39995.00.a
',I ILE'r'S and Carl Durrance were also r a aWE .
TRADE MOWERS
present. ALSO OFFER YOU ,
It It
JUST CALL ROdeo 3-3134 today The minutes of the meetingsof
1. 5% BANK FINANCING
tot a FREt!, demonstration on Sept. 5 and Sept. 13 were read
your' lawn. We'll trade on the and approved. 2. FINANCING UP TO SEVEN YEARS

spot Sizes and prices to fit your' On a motion by Jack Coker, 3. ONE YEAR FREE SERVICE '
\'LF hr
needs. GILBERT'S seconded by Hope Hendry the 4. LOW INSURANCE RATES GOUP AXE TMAYEE CE16 lo ,,.bi gq.9s

Board accepted the resignation of 5. TOP DOLLAR FOR YOUR TRADE IN I p 4 E Id+ er9wOlA 1 1H6 fa 1 S.9S
Earnest Hudson as bus driver I .b e rt
SAVE MONEY 6. BIG DISCOUNTS ON CASH DEALS i L.I t T N A r C H A to z 0 i
and Ted Robbins that H tU
appointed to i H 1 G A S 1
C a i E@7 E E E S S S .
Ustd Lumber, Doors position.G. MlD S0 9
E. Bryant appeared before USED TRAILERSWe 1NNEEStE1N0 1 a .
>:' 4'
Window and Othet'S.lv.ge the Board relative to an Excep hive a complete line of used trailers one and two ,Met PfOOt Nods RETARDO
bedrooms at reasonable prices - with only 10% down pEWX o11 s1SEE
tional Child Program.Bids end small .
monthly payments.
Mattrlils on fuel oil were receivedas SHORT ON CASH??????? ..; kr;",,, AO">
EAGLE BAY SALVAGE CO. follows: We'll trade on your used trailer . car . boat . .
Pure Oil, .1287; Wherrell Oil lot t t furniture or equity In your house. M .
On State Rd. 78 1 MI. No. T Benjamin
Co., .1244. MOBILE HOME INSURANCEGood \ ry IL& :
of the Kissimmee River On a motion by Jack Coker, Coverages at Reasonable Rates : Moore
See Mr. Bill seconded the $ paintsBURGESS :
by Hope Hendry
SHOP BUT DON'T BUY UNTIL YOU'VE SEEN SPECIALS
Board the bid of Wher
accepted
DIXIE MOBILE HOMES PIECE
rell Oil Co. for No. 2 fuel oil. INC.
MY AS LITTLE AS $1.SO A WEEK COMPLETE ROOM
FOR SALE 12-GUAGE Win. I Bids on musical Instrumentswere 3221 South Dixie Phone HO 4-1837 SUPPLY CO.

chester Shotgun. Gas operated received as follows: FORT PIERCE, FLORIDA OKEECHOBEE, FLORIDA
I automatic. Improved cylinder. Clarinets-Chafin, one $195, two

|Same as new. Call RO 34608. $390; Frink, one, $220, two, $435;
10-27 Leggett, one, $22r< two, $450.
Saxaphone Chafin, $295; Frisk,
OAT FOR SALE 14 ft. Orlando Con, $379, Selmer, $314; Leggett,
Clipper with center deck and

peering wheel. 30 hp Evinrude I $325.On a motion by Dozier Smith, WORDS OF WISDOM THE CHANGING SCENE
otor. Top condition. Will sell seconded by Enola Elledge. the

eparately. RO 3-4G08. 1027R Board accepted the bid of Chafin WITH A HAUOmN TOUCH

I | SALE Used Remington Musicenter for two alto clarinets
1 fish 8-nch end one baritone saxaphone.On .
Register, $20; emptier
a motion by Coker, seconded
speaker, $3. Martin Street,
by Enola Elledge, the board
press Quarters In Trailer
voted to continue payments to
10-27p

,a Y
DAVE'S TRADING CENTER 4x JlHOUSE
Radio and TV Repair Gov 01N

.nmore Sew Machine $37.00 a d

[aytag Washer ..... ."" $6300 G Et
|ectrit: Stove ...... $33.00 R tS = WASTERS WORRY. .

(ruth TV 17" ?...... $4000Bed

h7 ......__.. $18uO

jsiness Service 3 y;" iii i' l\ \R

nrrY YEA0.S AGQ MANY .
P r a CAUSED 0-Y OYERHCATED PAALOA STOVES,
UR OWN permanent Social e I i .

unity Card Engraved, Inde-

cUble, solid golden brass

ranteed to last a life time IIIiL
r name and Social! Security
n kiber engraved forever. Will C Fast, neat, low-cost SAVERS SMILE! g alAa

] wear out, break, bum, tear, installation -
I or fade. Beautiful three col-
lithograph emblem of U. Sand Prompt, courteous, We cordially Invite you to start saving your

Eagle above your skillful service. way to happiness at our full-service bank.
14 e. Wallet size with rounded Frlgidaira Precision a
IPS. Price $1.50 per card. With
Parts.
I1 view leatherette carrying

200. Carl Stello, Box e Advice on adapting
Horn Owned and Operated By
I '
Okeechobee, FloDfftf.20: .27
Frigldaira appliancesto OKEECHOBEECOUNTY ALFRED L. MEARES JR.

REPAIRS on /rigs faire and your kitchen. Plenty Ot Free Parking Space
a TODAY THI CANTANKIOOUt ITOVI1 Ot TISTIHMAVS t
ap AoDllan call GIL '
T'S, RO 3-31/1.a tf Call: on the folks who'd Open Friday and Saturday J'ght! Until 7:00 (UN niPiAcio ay iAM,AUTOMATICALLY
like to call on youlGILBERT'S OPEN EVENINGS BY APPOINTMENT CONTROLLED COMFOAT.Le Gas MIATIMITHAT POOVIOXMIALTHPUk

[1C lA IKS and GREASE BANK 3060.90 Days Considered Cash

PS CLEANED and Repaired I Central Electric & Gas Co.
-ri Ine Okeechobee RO 3-3734 tf '
__ t... Phone J-5541 OKEECHOBII'Oic.echebee

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1a H 'Vida .
s g p FRESH GROUND LEANPORK

a SAUSAGE LB. 39cII

It i Is wonderful to have complete self-confi FIRST
dance when buying meats,and to know you '
CURT
are right every time! Our store has made LOIN ROAST LB 39 C
It possible for you to eliminate all doubt and
uncertainty In buying beef. Every package ARMOURS STAR
of our naturally' aged delicious, beef has the ,
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Swift's In your Premium selections.' Insert Inside to guide you ( D BACON 1 LB. PKG. $" ;9 C

i I COPELANDS SMALL, WHOLE, SMOKED LB.

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SHURFINE GIANT CANPappleGfruit ,,,
FLAVORS SNOWDRIFT air q-
f Drink 46<,%. 19cMETRECAL I r

Shortening PEACHES O'SageLarge24Can! 25c '

LIQUID' DELMONTE-303 CAN
3 59c Peas Corn 5 $100 FRESH CORN
6 CAN CTN. Lb. Can or for
6 29c
SHURFRESH FOR
$1 I 1.55PILLSBURY : i BISCUITS 3 Cans 23c us #1 WHITEs

k MILK SHURFINE I -TALL CANS 3 Cans CPO TAT 0 E S

WHITE.YELLOW Iq 1 0 39c
CHOCOLATECAKE SWIFTS PREMIUM TOMATO SOUP Campbells 3 cans 33c LB. BAG

TURKEY.STEAK.CHICKEN BEEFFROZEN CREAM CHEESE Phila 3 oz. pkg. lOc FRESH CRISP LARGE

I FIG BARS Sunshine 1 Ib. pkg. 29c LETTUCE E
I MIX I DINNERS M.M. PEANUTS Sunshine 10 oZ pkg. 29c
BLEACH Sunglo Gallon 45c 2. 2ft

29' EACH 49c SHAMPOO Liquid Prell Reg. 60c only 43c FRESH GREEN

BOX LISTERINE Reg. 59c only 39c ( A B.B G E


il' PRICES GOOD ADVERTISED THROUGH.EDDIE9SUPERMARKET S LB.WHITE. 5c

/ SATURDAY, OCT. 28th SEEDLESS

f.:'A;I'1 1 QUANTITY RESERVED RIGHTS E. H. Hargraves, Owner G R.A P I I'I E S

'I EDDIES 6 A.M. to 9 P.M. 7 Days Weekly c
AT Phone RO 3-3821, East Okeechobee 2 LBS. 2'9 ,
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