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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: November 3, 1961
Publication Date: -1992
Frequency: triweekly[<1989>-1992]
weekly[ former <1926-1945>]
semiweekly[ former <1981-1983>]
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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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Judging a Halloween contest Is OJc..chobee, Florida, frIday, Nov.mber 3, 1961, ltphont I II.


Ing a difficult Saturday assignment.was no. a The new Judg.ex-. 1 Damage As :;eUll-

perlence for most of the Judges, Halloween Masqueraders Brahmaiis Postnie s Certificate $11,000

Leonard Berger, Old Ink Spots \ .

nerving, for the 13th consecutive \ Hits Horse Saturday
,
year; Ralph Harper, Salter Wat. Truck ;

ford and Donald Mack were the Down Fort - .
other D. H. Duiore- renu-
judges. W. watched hun- Trooper
dreds of, costumed children the investigation of two accidents,

an improvised stage In the cross city: Meade Car Sideswipes I both occurring I Saturday.A valued. at $t,'
14-6 truck
Tamlaml
park and
tumes were most outstanding all of the We considered cos riI Bridge On 441 500 was totally wrecked estimated and the: \ I

the work that went into The I contents damaged an be-
Okeechobee New horse
toe making of these unique Brahmans seor \ Cornelia Ives of Elmira $4,500 when it struck a
their io'k
filth win In 441 ,
six marts oUS Dempsey
Fri. George
north
es, the manner Jn which the York, driving lodging to
day
night when they lost con-
ren Cloth./ overpower. county line. ImilesnorthofOkeechobeonU.S.
wore them, general: / l near the
ed the
ance and Fort Meade Miners, 14-, -_, _, t... Vnik wa2en due tot 441 at 3:30: Saturday.
lect only five appeal. We In a Ridge Conference game. I I StOl 0 Cement; t, The accident I The driver, Elwood L. Brown.

winners but we The Brahmans lost to unbeaten the Wednesday, Oct. 25 at 1 of Jacksonville, reported that
picked lag
a score of finalists be. Kissimmee occurred meeting .
Kowboys October I car he was
20, from a
fore lights
deciding on the final m.
five 8:30,* the
I for their only defeat of the sea : lidnwped! bridge bunded him and he didn't. see
Apparently the decision of the I I son. They stand 4 The car I ,., .&.. _,,.4v...>hnitni{ lane. Ht
caus' -
to 1 in __ _. ditch --- -
judges was fairly con. ..a..d.. ..._ in the norae ill UA "A'
popular Noneof -
H.
There anu " time.
Terence to at the
were five winners play damage driving north
in
$400
us have suffered Okeechobee' estimated was
any bodily annual tog an the
before
The
harm Halloween masquerade Miners got off to an early L as were no injuries} hit the brakes Just
since the event, and party. Each appointment car There said.
eq winner was start, scoring in the his permanent the charged struck the horse, he
given middle
five of was vehicle
far. silver Cecil Arnold The driver
: no criticism. dollars by the when he was reported. ditch
sociation Parent.Teachers As. the 1st period when Keith Wind- Friday, to have her ve- The truck jack-knJed in the
I sponsors of the ham as postma.keechobee officerof with failure 40 feet w
event. The went service the horse
winners over for field knocking
a touchdown
shown after
Cade control.
,
Frank AHobello of the above C. M. under
Western
hide waS
are left his ft Browning
( to from given scroll
right the road.
) The Trooper
: Cynthia one-yard line, after Miami. patrol down the
Auto Store, narrowly eecaped InJury I Mobley, Patricia Thomas, Dean a yard drive the department, of Fiorlda'1I1thwey! investi' injured, and was not _ _ _
They stated the slightly
Thursday "when he was pin. Mobley, TonI Jones and Carla misled pos John F. Kennedy and Wilbur Woods was only accident. The
the
Rucks extra sident the
and point with
and from
ned I Stanley Curren.Okeechobee' thAnon was signecf charged
: against wall September officer.j1tilt
a by a big safe did not was awarded on gating killed by the impact.
even citation was
come close. horse
which toppled over, as workmenwere The that the p Hallowe'en carnival .- half ended at M, Fort Meade. also signed by J. Saturday at 2:30: p. m.
moving it from the A&P this IOns on the deck and 21 igll was Miami, traveling -
year was the largest they were Russell Osceola is P. C. Man- T. Watkins of
ever dropped went around background Classes man
Store to the Western Auto. held simultaneously In the conditions.
Thesafe according to into the let Postmastejral. for road
end
reports. There tank. : to acme from J yards office depart- too fast
went through Frank' plate were numerous attractions, most The out, alter a determined Brahman Icy assist Id officer of the post Here applied his brakes at the junction
glass window, of food stands, cake Start I Avenue
shattering it. Itdidn't them in the school walk fish -.A'' .n.i Orane .
gymnasium. Ponds drive in the 3rd ment. 1'S 55 U. 0. j" A"
quarter.tery
get moved In. Last spook house of Okee-- J
and
However -
reportssay north
there othet'booths i.>
miles
were at least Baldwin kicked November extension 14

alongsIde it is the laying Western on the Auto sidewalk Store large three outdoor patronage.features There which drew the entire diew carnival record was crowds a sell-out.and I Point. In the 4th the Marshall extra nig Coifenake \ Old Papers I of the Okeecho-1 chobe and spun cElvany around, also in of the Mi- t,

was a The hilarious Shockley went over for the Brah First meetings road Fay \
Pony ride a hay ride and a baseball man less home-talent "Wo- man's to end an 85 yard drive I Prove "Chobee \ bee High School adult education ami, a sengerinthtcarwasout \ I
Watched a schoolboy, about throwing deal. Participants Wedding" played lo Baldwin again kicked-off Killed 1'c Nov. 13 in the high school\thrown when the right front f

12 years old. skillfully! pilot a tossed balls at a trigger arrangement ence standing room and kept the audi. extra point. for the A coral \ of the largo\Was Prosperous} night commercial room. Typing rtu- door flew open. She was taken to
biC'Cle in and out 06 traffic on which, when hit laughing continually. The Sun. \ 7 o'clock the hospital !
killed at
,
his way home from school. Nothing -' student Into a tank dunked a festivities started with a parade An Okeechobee fumble, with est t seen herjas .t Two old copies of The Okeecho. dents will meet at 8 and the Louisiana. '---'- W"o.:.::. brokenhors --
of UnderhiU.ired students -
time The w""&"
unusual In Sometimes water of masqueraders in the nearly out. cost them an- day by I bee News were brought to [ bookkeeping_ .. _,..A.nh nt9.. I ana &
that. What we there were two peri city park, other 37 inches. u. ..._ _.. .... .1immv... shortnano "uy."" wrist, cuts and bruises.
score There "'
noticed was a smaller boy on be- then moved to the school.Representative. doubt the was little Coral small usually News office :oaiuiuaj v.in the' ,review wishing to enroll may The car, a 1957 Chevrolet, was \
} snakes
Brahman had the found the papers persons
hind him and on the luggagerack Roy Draiiglitou Power. They made 192 yards on :H inches in gui or smaller I, Belt attic of who a house he is remodeling.1 \ damaged about $10. No drIver' charges b1 I \ I
over the rear wheel, a six lead against' 1M
the ground to 143 by Fort Meade ana about t size of a 1 the papers are Sept. 18. were flied"
jearold-girl was non-ohalantly Hurt In CrashRoy completed ( ; percll. deadly poinion- pates on 1928. Though Trooper Dufore.
perched. Three on one bicjcle. Haley Visits a 20-yard pasa against They 1921 and March 2. defaced m I
0 and -
for
I Fort Meade ous with age
; and had brittle
So Draughon suffered 17 they are :
we started ..
watching the serious to 10 first downs Mrs. Under was picking up and moisture they . ,_ ..
injuries Here dust
school traffic flow and thoughwe Saturday when the Jeep Friday with Livestock lUUl'KCL j
undergrowthwas
he The Brahmans will I' guavas in thef shy :
was meet
driving at .
I saw no more Incidents like I went out of control I themto are_ leglble'f_ the. Issues "" "
that we witnessed eight bicyclesI and went into the_ rtit/.K_..... ,_. Okeechobee's 55w. mn..."......_...._ powerful Pahoke '''Am ?? -H".i-". of the tree aif feeding Front pag" u& u. v. --- available\ for instruct" Sales Brisk
m -
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v. U gradu'ales
spotted 14
I carrying two I boys each. We also Road 70 about 20 miles east of James A. Haley, came to town.n. own field next Friday night. the a make.pet deJwhen J immediately she I shows a Okeechobee picture of the high school.! -I I The sale at the Okeechobet ?} ;
Okeechobee. Friday of
,
saw many bicycles traveling Draughon was spent the day her.. He I killed / stories about the fiablag HarvestStarts Livestock Market was brisk on I ISoc
thrown clear of met with are Tomato
ci the sidewalks. We believe the the vehicle and most of the business BOATACADEHAS There cattle. Will W. with the sale of rot
I police should immediately stop rolled into a canal. J People of Okeechobee and had ,I crops and Walker, cahir- 'I In County Twsday,cattle. t :,
Ben of
I The lunch ROUGH and head ?
road with Chandler ,
.
this multiple-passenger was wet and the drl.. a arouD of 1n"P1OflI "" .. I Demo- and MUfso'd ,,
bicycle Farm Bureau .ecretary of the IflliigMer.. steers ""
I and
at
riding be/ore sense of our child er was not awar.rUfl.aroundhadb. that bride*j J, the Sierra'"nr' i J RIVER TRIP man \ tef'' this unevenly steady; calves
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Vkm'nJ Ihl Henry Bass.
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'ah \\; last control of the car spoke at the commission room in I spite of sand bars and snags and I Art Karst of Vero Beach and Joe Pease and W. A. Saltz were week on the Normandy farms 'higher
.Vi'-P---1 the court house I and on the Flying B ranch.
Draughon suffered severe lac. where he discussed low water. They made it to the 4E Charles Freeman of Okeechobee selling strawberries hand over fist Stocker steers were steady to a
'I Three other 0 S Jetfers -
Vernon Lightsey erations and a back injury. He national and state problemsand fish camp Tuesday evening where al 60 cents a quart. Gov. John W, growers
represented this district on the dollar higher; heifers steady to
here. He Is pack. some of the affairs of the seventh Martin for senate, T A. Proctor and the Sand
business taken to Fort Pierce hoe.pital started campaigning
was a the
a new they spert night They state board of the Flor'da'! Farm to start within: 5Co higher; calves, mostly $1 low t
M Farms expect
fingerling catfish but removed to Louisiana !- Florida district. to speak here. Pete Tomasello. -!
Ing ready-to-fry was I from the 4E at 7 a. m. after holds was
Bureau which its 20th
steady to
annual er; cows strong.
put up in one pound-14.oz. Raulerson Hospital where he He spoke at some length on the breakfast at 6. Jr., was a candidate for state the next few days. The tomato and Okee. t
convention in Miami Beach J. 0. Pearce Sons
packages Vernon was kind is convalescing. Cuban problem and gave a com Plagued by low water most of representative and the Brighton acreage is some less than in
this weekend. the calf
chobee, consigned top
enough; to give the printers a few monsense solution of dethroningthe the way the majority of the boatsdidn't chamber of commerce was being previous years but is of good and
Headquarters for the meetingwill which weighed 195 pounds
"bearded and looks promising fora
cooked delinquent" he quality
and we promptly saysis complete the 64 milt Journey organized.
pounds .
!! be the Hotel Barcelona. Registration brought $26.75 100.
breaded Local WomanVictim threatening the Western World fairly heavy crop, according per
ours They are already to Clewiston Wednesday until Casey's Dept. Store was selling
and delicious and since then have Congressman Haley is serving late afternoon. A number of begins Sunday afternoon men's shirts at 49c each and to Cliff Bo>'les, county agricultural Our prices were back up again
and the 4-day session windsup this week and we feel they will
Of his fifth the
estimated
consecutive term He
been buying some. We give away as a boats broke down but no serious house dresses at 98c. Piggly WIg. agent.
Florida Congressman and because Wednesday with election of in the at hold pretty steady from now on.
the fish we catch and buy fish I trouble was encountered on the gly Store offered potatoes at 10 acreage county approximately
ready-dressed: which may not beth Purse Snatcher I' of his unusual ability and long first two days of the trip. Between officers for 1962 pounds, 29c: sugar, S lbs.. 33c, 900 acres. The tomato Market owners say they ex.

prescribed method of getting Mrs Dozier (June) Cements, tenure has been appointed to 300 and 400 boats made the Karst and Freeman represent and rice, 4 Ibs 25c. The new 1928 harvest in this and neighboring pcct to have some good English
many vital committees in the the district comprising! : St1: Johns is asset to type breeding bulls in a couple of i
on In the world financially./ But saleslady at CUx Shoes Store was trip. This was less than the number Ford was to be on display Dec. 17 counties an important '
of clean- senate. He expressed pleasure at cruise last Putnam Flagler, Volusia, Bre- at Nair Motor Co. the economy of the area insomuch weeks.
we do not relish the task tae victim of a purse snatcher last of boats in the
Ins fish and these are so good. week. the prospect of representing Oket- year and the year before probably vard, Indian River, St. Lucie William Griffis was publisher of as it furnishes employment to a I II

Her purse was taken sometime chobe and pledged his support to because of the low water, but Martin the and Okeechobee.wide counties -. The Okeechobee News and he large proportion of the colored GA's Collect
all local on state organization's
Our apologies to M.SS: Mary during the day, and she did not projects. still a sizeable crew. The starting printed a right respectable paper. population.

Helen Williams, Okeechobee I mles it until closing tune. place was moved several 21 the member board which Price prospect is good but no 336:> For CAKE ;
governs Farm Bureau between
T. -s 1 the
Homecoming Queen who was referred When she discovered the loss, miles south, this year. LIOns 1.1111)Sponsors regular quotations- on mar-

to as Miss Flame in last it was necessary to call the Fire Threatens Destination of the cruise was conventions. Freeman is ke, has been announced. That I The Intermediate group of the r

week's issue. and to Miss. Carol store manager from Fort Pierceto West Palm Beach via the St. also a member of several prom :{ To will\ be done by the Departmentof Girls' Auxiliary of the First Bap. ;
inent committees of the Florida
Ann Walker who won the title lock the store for the night Labor QuartersA Lucie Canal through Indiantownand Agriculture after a constant tist Church held a Halloween

of Miss Flame a couple of weeks as the keys were in the purse. Stuart. As usual some boatst Farm Bureau.BapList .Summer Camp output is reached and maintain party at the social -com of the t

ago They are both lovely young Employees of the State Road grass fire seriously threatened turned back or pulled out at Okee. Ii Lions Club members held their ed. church Monday evening.! The girls e

ladies Mixup was caused by the Department found the purse beside the labor quarters in Colored chobee but most of them continued To regular meeting at the Southland met at the church, decorated ;

gremlins In the composing room. the road on Highway U S Town Thursday afternoon. Prompt across the lake. Many of the Group Hotel October 26 at o'clock. tile room and prepared for the "

441. The papers and other ar action by the Okeechobee Volunteer cruisers who were late left their "Tour Europe" The club financed the transportation Turkey Shoot party. Then they went out to

Lots of questions came to this tides were in the purse when it Fire Department kept the boats at Camp Okeesunmee and for three boys to a sum Site Changed collect' funds for CARE receiving -

office concerning the health of was found. However all of the fire that completely surrounded motored to Clewiston for festivities Six European countries are to mer school camp of one week in a total of $56. Following the

Omar Hunt, county superintendent money, about $27.00, Mrs Clem. one unit from igniting the build i- here then continued to boat I be toured by a group from the length at O'leno State Park. The Plans for tthe Teen Town turkey collections the girls returned to

who is confined to a Lake ents said was gone. ings. Chief Olin Godwin said thatif from the river to West Palm i First Baptist Church next Mon. instructions are under the direction shoot to be held Saturday, ; the church to count the money

land hospital. Omar unuderwent the alarm had come five minutes Beach. A good many, tired of day and Tuesday evenings. The of the Florida Forest Nov It have been slightly altered and enjoy their refreshments.

surgery for a throat ailment SA Worker To later the buildings probably fighting the sand bars and shallows tou will be a literary one, as a'' Service with the fundamentals Original plans were to hold Sixteen girls and the two lead.

known as a apeech seizure lIce would have burned. pulled out at 4E camp study of the book "Across theBridge" of all phases of forestry being the shoot on county-owned land ers. Mrs G. E. Bryant and Mrs.
fine and Is expected to Before The fire department has been and trailered their boats to the who attended
Improving taught. Boys were
Speak is conducted by 11 different near the airport, but the locationhas Gerald Burk attended.
week end. plagued, in recent weeks, by lake or on to Clewiston.
be returned home this members of the study Frank Rucks, Horace Vick and belonging
to ground
been changed
Ministers Meet fire. It is believed that a grassfire The rough condition of the lake
Rucker Wilcox
Hamrlck UNDERGOES SURGERY
group to R E. two
Order of the \rrow membersare Charles H. Putnam trf Pompa. carelessly set may have been Friday discouraged many more Mr. and Mrs. Alec Wright will At the meeting Horace Vick blocks east of the city hall Sand WEDNESDAY MORN'NGMrs.
.
the cause of the blaze that destroyed bosters from crossing the lake.
collecting newspapers to sell no Beach, who works from the the old returned home discuss Baptist missions in England talked of the organization and for a backstop will be pushed up Shirley Spann bookkeeperat
Seaboard railroad of them
to raise money for their annual Jacksonville office of the Salvation depot last Many continuedto ; Mr. and Mrs. Frank Cur- operation of the camp He also from the sand that was deposited The Okeechobee News, under.
week.
Clewiston, some
from
Area 6 Order of the Arrow meet. Army, will peak here be. Godwin vin are to lead the study of stated that anytime you stop theit from the dredging of Taylor wen! surgery Wednesday morn
said the main cause of West Palm Beach by car.
ing. The Alapatah Lodgs Is to be fore the Ministerial Association fires not too France, Mr. and Mrs. James look around and' see how many Creek recently. A meeting is log at the Louisiana Raulerson
is were
grass starting careless The Boat-a-caders
host this year and the meeting Hcsch, Switzerland Mr. and forestry products are within She is reported to be
Morday Nov. 6 at th-s Episcopal burning of trash. If people would happy with the reception at West ; planned at an early date at the Hospital.
wi'l be held at Camp Tanah Kee- perish house. burn their trash in the early Palm Beach it was reported. Mrs. Lawrence Terry, Germany; ywr reach. Frank Rucks explain. teen center to iron out final details rating well and will receive v\Jt\

h. the Gulf Stream Council camp Rev. Ragsdale is president of morning or late evening while the Meals and accomodatlons were Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Garrett, ed the use of the tree scale stick, ibm after Thursday.
This area Includes the state of and Mrs. Pearl Campbell, and Rucker Wilcox told of the
the local association. Rev. Jensen Spain;
I wind Is light, and if they would too costly some of them said.
Florida and the Canal Zone. Full bun ride to and from the camp.
is and Rev. Marshall Italy.
secretary : use incinerators and watch to set Very few attempted to return to
page black and white sheets are is treasurer. I that The study classes are to begin!
no sparks were carried to Kissimmee by water.
needed. Anyone having papersto Putnam was in Okeechobee last the dry grass the danger of a disastrous Among the Okeechobeeans who a* 7 o'clock both nights, and the Takes First
donate is asked to call RO 3. week and talked to heads of various public is invited.Church .
and Mrs.
fire would be greatly decreased made the trip wer Mr.
S2S7, RO 3-4486 RO 3 4448 or RO the Idea of Plane Ride
civic groups on he said Wilburn Lawson, Mr. and Mrs.
1-4092. and they will be picked up. forming a drive committee anda Quillit Hazellief, Mr. and Mrs. Of God Billy Bowlegs Florida's, and

screening committeee.lie Oscar Clemons C. Fulford, Randal probably America's, oldest Indian !-

hopes to form a committee Fulford and Sylvia Bass. To Present was 100 years old last week.
Five Indians hero to determine who of parolecs Bakery Changes Buddie Belle spent several hours He has determined. his birthdayto

In Canal unwed mothers transients, Management at the river guiding boats from Orlando ChoirThe be "about Oct. 23". In
Drown ar.d others are in need of emer- jive river into the lake. ance of his birthday observ'l

Five Seminole Indian drown. gei'cy aid it was said by those W. B. "Bill" Tankersley has Church of God Is present. Vane, well known historian .
who had talked with Putnam. the Orlando Choir Friday tained the aged Seminole and
ed in a canal near the south end levied the Okeechobee Bakery. Rev. Dickson ing
of Lake Okeechobee early Saturday He took over the management of night at 8 o'clock The choir is tock him for his first plane ride.

when their car plunged Sharlene Hudson r the bakery last Monday Tanker Attends Baptist from the Kuhl Avenue Church of Ian article written for the

off a private road In an accidentfoe cloy has worked there for some God in Orlando. They have sung Lake! Placid Journal. DeVane described -

which the State Highway Pa- In HospitalSharlene t.rre as baker but was off for a ConclaveChaplain in churches in south Florida and the event and Billy Bow-

trol has not yet been able to find Hudson, age 12, the while recently due to illness. John M Dicison of will inspire all who attend, officials legs' reaction. During the birth

an explanation.Time daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Earnest II, Is a 10-year resident of the Florida School for Boys attended of' the church here say The day celebration DeVane madea

of the tragedy was seta Hudson became III Saturday Okeechobee and for four years the Indian River Baptist public Is invited. Rev. Dewey recording of the aged Indian's As usual, a late fish picture came in. This time it

; 12:01: a. m. Saturday 1.2 miles morning and was taken to the operated the Riverside Service Association in Fort Pierce Oct: Herndon is pastor of the Okee voice, then played it back. Billy was from'Lilly Reutebuch, of Camp Okeesimee, who

south of State Road 60, near Bear Louisiana Raulerson haspital fora and Grocery. A son and daughter 12, and the South Florida Bap. chobee chuech.DEDICATION was entranced. came lugging in a 11 lb. bass to The News office fora
Beach. check up. She was admitted to graduated from Okeechobee tilt Association in Lakeland, Oct. During the plane ride Billy
The dead have been Identifiedas the hospital Saturday evening, High School.Hi PLANNEDAi asVed that he "fly like a bird" picture. Lilly said she caught the lunker up the

John Buster, 69, Rosie Lee and transferred to the hospitalin will be assisted In the operation IS.Rev.. Dickson was a guest at all-day service of worshipand over his home in a palm ham river casting "on one of those plugs with things all

Wise, 58; Robert Mathls Jumper, Fort Pierce that night when it of the bakery by Mrs. the two conferences and spoke dedication ceremonies are mock. His home was circled three over it", Reckon she meant hooks. Anyway, she, and

10; Johnny Wise. 8; and Betsy was determined she was suffer. Tankersley and their two daughters briefly of the school's emphasis being planned at the Church of times to the delight of the Semi- Jesse Leitner, who went along as a guide, caught 12

Wise, 6, all of nearby Big Cypress jog from a serious kidney all Mrs Ann Law and Mrs. on Christian living! and good God for Nov. 11 Plans will be nol,. bass
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Page 2 Okeechobo News, Friday, Nov. 3 1961 -
nice sized and biting good. We not
didn't spoil his fun. We admiredhis are {n school and I FOR CnEECHOBEE COUNt .
7 catch but declined his Invitation Tr. IN CHANCERY. r
: to share his fishing hole. caA taken a whole CASE NO. 1U7 Qualify ...
over acmetli SUIT FOR DIVORCE GULF
HOOK r carnival and VIRGINIA MAE CAUDLE: i
YINl WE MADE{ a little sortee to a e
roadside stream ourselves, mid A log done just GULLEDGE,

AND managed to hoc!: a couple bass. 0i the people of Plaintiff, .
Also a couple mud fish. We like certainly back vs.THOMAS .
I .
to think that by this week end That RALPH GULLEDGE. TIRE SALE .
enough rain will have fallen and Moore for all Defendant. .I/o

Ili ByEMERSON I the water will have cooled off t the have given us NOTICE Of SUIT ..
enough to make the ball hungry. theY sure you will ,TO::
E. MOORE We plan to find out. tune sea in the tu.Let's I THOMAS RALPH GULLEDCE

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I own, parents You are hereby notified that a

A FEW good strings of basi men" ou the honor roll for bass LETTER TO Is and over.te. the carnival Bill of Complaint for Divorce
r ere reported taken during the I over five pounds started several oaf Novembefmettingb has been filed agilnrt you, and Gulf J.Cushion

I past week. Much of the time, [, weeks ago. Top on the list Is Howard might gtg 'ho knows, we you are required to serve a copy !
however, the lake WM too rough Livingston, Sebring, with an THE EDITORDear course, iy ther Job! Of of your Answer or Pleading to .
to fish. Some were taken from 11-pound l-ounce bass caught on Mr. Si ddlng! the Bill of Complaint on Plainttffs V
Moore i
the river. One couple reported a ihiner. The majority of the five- : attorney, T. W. Conelly, Jr., .
catching 13 bass in a couple of pound and up were taken on I would like to take this on. You) esident Box, 608, Okeechobee, Florida, ):
noun on. top water portunlty to thank Iveryoneho 8trt GaughanBoys and file the Answer i
plugs, all of shiners. Top honors for original or
them one to two pound Fair suewa anglers go to Mark Lewis, age young six Halloween helped in any way with the PTA t Pleading in the office of the Tire 1 .;;

ceae reported by a coupleout whose five pounder and his lesser Carnival. Especially Clerk of Circuit Court on or j
of Riverlake Mrs. Bea Arrants for supervising before the 4th of December,
I camp slutting years beat out Linda Reeves, age t News day
after night. Fish ran considerably seven, Belle Glade. the parade, the Judges and, of 1961. If you fail to do so, Decree i
larger than UIOM taken In (be course the children who participated /- Ir XONt Pro Confesso will be taken ,

daytime.. BREAM seemed to have movedto in the parade. The Boy t, of Troop 480 against you for the relief demanded :1" !

deeper water. Not many are Also, thanks to Mrs. Sybil Bur. left Friday n for Camp in the Bill of Complaint. .
LOW WATER eUl hampers the hitting flies but some are being roughs, chairman of the carnival, Tanah KeH uplter to attend DONE AND ORDERED at .
fishing but cooling! water it bring. caught in deep water on worms. and Mrs Clois Harvey, co-chair.! a work d. Okeechobee, Florida, this the 1st 'A + ONLY' !
Jog more strikes In the shallows. Bream fishermen also are getting man. These together with all who The boys 1, prepare the day of November 1961. :
spec are biting fairly donated in any way and HAYNES E. \\'IWA.'ISClerk .
good al large numbers of "cats". my camp for nm, sites and to
.
though not too many are fishing thanks also to everyone who help. piu In water, all of the Circuit Court .
campsites .
for them around Okeechote. WE SAW A FELLOW Satur- ed in the booths, both Inside and on Saturday, \ had their (CIRCUIT COURT SEAL) ?( 1396 .

dey fishing from a bridge on U. S. outside the gym. meals prepay a group or By: GLORIA J. FORD ; :
VELVA ELUOTT, manager of 98. He had a beautiful string of Then, last but not least my the scouts art In the camp Deputy Clerk
the Tropical Fish Camp, reported mud fish. He didn't know what thanks to Donald Lott, who dl- dining han Publish Nov. 3, 10, 17, J4, 1961 ,., .. :

a growing Hat of "honor fcsher- they were but he knew they were rooted our:. "Womanless Wedding" / Thosemaster ate: ... G nut. The Okeechobee News J /Yin W W Nd 81.
and to aU who participated in the teaye.rpr 5L4 :
Russell as, Weis En- ,.
wedding. Thank you to the wivesof finger, Ben Da 'chael Jacke, NOTICE A.'MIIMr1A"1ablfjplYaa
:
these men tor helping with Timothy liar Dean UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW Mrs to nerve .
y ,.
CENTRAL ELECTRICAND their costumes, make tip, etc. Jimmy Dean. avid Frish, NOTICE is hereby given that :
A
1 special "thank you" to all Ricky Dixon, nds, Dar- the undersigned, pursuant to the"Fktllous
parents, teachers, principals and roll Enfinger,Ji Wright, Olin Name Statute", House it
to all who helped who I ; ......wtc tread
GAS COMPANYNOW are not Willis, Mike .B and Wayne Bill 1175, Chapter 30953> Laws of hv t ,JIlt, wile,
members of
our P.T.A. Anyone M. ,
Kelly. Florida, 1941, and House Bill : 1aMNh/q'ar10a j r4c *
wishing to become a member The home 1102, Chapter 26760, 1951, emending -
STOCKS may do so. even though they do' for 865.09(3)( will register with 1

I the camperined' the Clerk of the Circuit Court, in .
A COMPLETE LINE OF ti4v. yew Nara sMel Ben and for Okeechobee County, Florida AMAIIN8 NEW GUARANTEE .f.
I who upon receipt of proof of the .M M tor M;mm(w.| lor and deal,willful.lnt.llllOIIIl.or Mjlijwl dtnuii)1'01I111III burnt bra torn :
ml prove ntvkMbli tar Hi srI:.uannlMd nO roam Ufitimi when used wncommtrclil furposes.
'" publication of this note, the fictitious HI nettled to in Idiotlmwt is follows: It tilt MUM Is defective, wotkmimdip or nutinil "
a ATTENDS VNn ITY name, to-wit: jou rtwlvi i now 1111 without ehirgi II IN MUH It my other" r Mon,then Gull will ether i war It without *
ElectricalSupplies John F. Mont ery, son of PAGE TOURIST CAMP "''lilt Of oiler you I brand IItW Hit: wing credit tor Nut portloe si IN. ptrtfim"' pile ripriMnUd .! :
FASHION Mr. T. W, Mont of Okeeehobee which to engagein IIr IftI -d Unease 5er.ud, be II the h. ...j
ery under we expect ... -w
..J..J. ,
:
Is atte ,.g Memphis business on Parrott Avenue in : -

Slate University, nphis. Tenn, the City of Okeechobee, Countyof .. i
j IAWMNOSA DOOAHOOM W. fall A junior onteomery is Florida ltfURRTI THIY'Rf GOING FAST/ *
... ..., M4 ........ Okeechobee 4?
.* lOW COITI majoring in physl education That the parties interested In BUY FOIM FOR, IXTRA IAV/NOS/ ,..?
!
ANDFixtures DONALD MACK J I a I sa'd!' business enterprise are: # .CI. *

LIFT.......-r : W. G. BRANTLEY
d .. ... '_ LEG A SIN BESSIE 0. BRANTLEV I
husband and wife,
;
Donald Mack THE CiRCUIT COURT OF,
sole owners .
,. ._ tEVERYTHING IN I Phon. 2-3821 THE NINTH J 'l ii'8IR.j Dated at Okeechobee, Okee !
THE CUlT Or FLO OA I chobee County, :Florida, this the W ATGnDl1'c

L; : ELECTRICAL LINED 23rd day of October, 1961. w w r-t . r. "'-' v :
s W. G. Brantley.
By: t
tIF Publish Nov..J....10, 17, M, 1961. 441 GULF SERVICE RO 3.3216

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v New Fixtures will beau. d de L 70 GULF SERVICE, ,-. RO 3.3321 :

,n GULF SERVICE '- RO 3.4216
tify your home . New I ;

wiring will eliminate .. wwww i


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We Are Electrical Contractors BSAUTY COUNSELOR PRODUCTS SERVICE';

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Phone RO 14154
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AND GAS COMPANY : 660 IHC Tractor Athens Disk E FINEST Contact C. H. SHIRLING '.

PHONE RO 3.3915 OKEECHOBEE l I North on 441 Rt 2 Box 340A INTERIOR For Appointment TOMMY DOONAN,:Mgr *

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Phon. RO 3-4772 Okeechobee, Florida LATEX PAINT.. j
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OKEECHOBEE BUILDINGSERVICE i WALLSATIN $25 LOANS to $600 Front VISUALINER ALIGNMENT End Alignment EVINRUDE SALES SERVICE DEALER

P $6.50 .
I
I NEW LOCATION .... 1
Wheels Balanced .
AND SUPPLIES LOBBY GILBERT'S
$1.50 plus weights HOD G E S' ::. I

I OKEECHOBEE WINDHAMS GARAGE fisherman Hav.n Cr .
RO 3-4315
a. e FINANCE COMPANY
N. Parrott Av. Okeechobee Florida
ATTAWAY LUMBER CO."Complete
HAYES ELECTRIC JATIN. Phon. RO 3-3154 OkHchoblt, Florida

Building Supplies" .

RESIDENTIAL AND COMMERCIAL WIRING
PLYWOODHARDWAREPAINTDOORSROOFINGSTEEL REPAnUNG OF REPAIRS WRECKER SERVICE f

LICENSED ELECTRICIAN I SMALL APPLIANCES ON FRIGIDAIRE AND CALL :

PHONE RO 3.3635 I Such as Toasters, Fans, r.1AYTAG APPLIANCES ROdeo 3-3204
ROdeo 34098chines
PLASTER-BUILDING TRUSSES JOHNSON OUTBOARD
[sons and Sewing b1a:
OKEECHOBEE FLORIDA MOTORS DAY OR NIGHTDAVE'S
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OKEECHOBEE PHONE RO 3-4118 FLORIDA
: LAWN MOWERS Pure Gas & Oil
I Automotive
Repairs
; TRADING CENTER
(
TOM FOY GARAGE
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TV A RADIO REPAIR
GILBERT'S North Park Street
.Coo on quick era a wink
RO 3-4114
OSCAR CRABILLBUILDER LPhone Phone RO 3.3154 OKEECHOBEE
CABINET BUILDINGON Dr iee; In Uu than cm hour

OR OFF THE JOB AND DEVELOPER : .Cl.emnpwhhaoopywo4NNo a

OFFICE FURNITURE-FURNITURE-VANITIES WOODED LOTS FREE FROM ESTIMATES, . . . . $1195.00 pointy odor Goodyear Tires MAC'S CONCRETE t

FORMICA WORKFORMATOPSGEORGE WATER FRONT LOTS FROM . . $1895.00 : N I Largest Stock I" Town LAKE SHORE GARAGE SEPTIC TANKS :
._ Benjamin
7.501114
Wilcox Shores ll&.. G''
White
: Moore or Black General Repairs :
paints
SPANN
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Estates
INSTALLED
$9.95 :
Brakes Tune Up
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PHONE RODEO 3-4431
OKEECHOBEE "Let Georg. Do U" RO 3-4217 : 51 down IOc a wok *
OKEECHOBEE, FLORIDA Welding
Easiest Terms In Town
CALL
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Oke :hobe. BuilderS SupplyCompany JACK Licensed BUTLER Contractor ROBERT MAYS B LOVELY

Commercial Residential Remodeling Dealer In BEAUTY SALON

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

BUILDING SUPPLIES Aluminum Car Fortes-Patio RoofsCompl.t. . .. .. ... .. .. . .. .. Care For Your Beauty
Cabanas * I Can Needs

PLUMBING SUPPLIES-PLASTER MATERIALS Groff Aluminum Window AwningsAll I J. E. CONE RO 3-4683 Conveniently Located At

WEST OF SAL. DEPOT Work Fully Guaranteed-Free Estimates Phone RO 2-4501 Fifth and Osceola 51.

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Mobleys Garage
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ngaged. Yet It was the' last the response. "I'm not getting e
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Election for Okeechobee County OKEECHOBEE, FLORIDAPrkei
Florida, a* provided for by Section MINUTE MAID 12 0:.
23034 Florida Statute 1941, aa in thad/ are effective through
amended by Section 12. Chapter HI-C Fruit Drinks I 99c
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4 Okeechobee News, Friday, Nov. 3, 1961 I IIK center 71U, then line South of Slat 68 feet Road to pluses creditors, grantees or Okeechobee, Florida, the following publication of this tote, the fictitious demand not M filed shall be BATS SONAR ACCURATE I
the South right of way lI.nof other parties claiming by, through
described 1 the bat's
II ,
State Road 710\ for a under property of the name, to-wit: void. So accurate sonarequipment
lolden claiming any right title, point ol beginlng; Thence or against any such deceased defendant, Tommy Givens, Jr.: SPORTSMAN MOTEL CARRIE F. PETERMAN. it can dodge *ir sonly
or Interat through, under South a distance of :Meet defendant''or defendants Ifalive
LEGALS 01'1 against Conner. Farms Inc, a dl or.. ( ; thence Meet 64 feet and 1964 ChevroletJ.eMcPHERSON under which we expect to engage As Administrator of the slightly thicker than a human
if
Coined Florida thence North by l_0 degree, dead, their unknown mammal
corporation; in business at the Cornerof Estate of Corin P. Hall, hair. The flying
t of 186 feet
: AND TOAll But a distance heirs devisees
JL'DICIALTC parties having or legatees
THE NINTH elalmlnr to have any right title to the Mid South right of or Sheriff Parrott Avenue and 7th StreetIn deceased. can hear an echo from a target
lit OKEKUIUBB OK tLOHIDA COtMIY IS : ANUFOU or described Interact In property and to, the situate following, tn way thence line In of a State Northwesterly Road 7101 grantees; and all parties havingor Okeechobee County, Florida the City of Okeechobee, County First Publication November 1, as tiny as a mosquito, compute
IN iHANtfcHY. Okeeohobee! County, Florida, to- direction along the right of claiming to have any right, Publish: of Okeechobee, Florida. 1961. its speed end direction and

CASK Slit TO NO. qtltT ASS) TITLE WIt I Beginning at the NW the way point ot State of beginning Road 710, to a title or Interest In the property Oct. 27, Nov. S, 10, 17, 1961 That the parties interested in Publish Nov. 1,10,17, 24, 1861. I swoop to attack in less than a
J. A. Dfc.RHlLX, SR, and Corner of Section 14, Township distant of 166 feet alt herein described, to-wit: The Okeechobee NewsNOTICB said business enterprise are: The Okeechobee News. second.
wife
bill ,
37 South, loon or less
YIDI tlUMDERHIL.L Boat, and run East f2'tet: ALSO LESS AND EX. Lot 8 of Block 175 CARL---- P.- ABANT
vs to the center line of State CEPTING: Commencing at OKEECHOBEE, according MURIEL E. ARANT
FARMS INC. a Northwest cornerSecUoq el
CONKERS the
Road 710 thence In a
dissolved Florida corporation, Southeasterly: direr t Ion 34, Township 87 to die plat thereof re UNDER FICTITIOUS HAM LAW husband and wife,

.1 al.Defendant along said State the Road
NOTICE OP 8tlT of 791 feet; thence feet to the center line of page 17. public records of the undersigned pursuant to the Dated at Okeechobee, Okeecho DRAWDYSAAALL
STATE
IN THE N.uLJo: OF TILE feet, State Road 710, thence I
thence Westto
South 960
Ot' FLORIDA, TO THE DE.lfl'NDoAl'iTS Intersection with Hopkins South 58 feet to the South St. Lucle County, Florida. "Fictitious Name Statute", House bee County, Florida, this the
: Conners Forma: Inc a Florida Menndor line: thence right Road 710 ot way for a Una point of of beginning YOU, AND EACH OF YOU, are Bill 1175, Chapter :20963, Laws of 20th day of October, 1961.
Hopkins
along
Northwesterly
corporation dissolved December 7. Meander line to Intersection thence South a hereby severally notified that Florida 1941, and House Bill By: Cart P, Arant and Muriel
11)36) and William the Glastetter.lut. Board uDnatonlotsaid ot mid with Section West 24 boundaryof thence In distance a Westerly ot 24J fret direction thence a Lura P. Owens, has filed her 1102, Chapter 26760, 1951. amend. E. Arant.

who dlssolvtd. place corpora-of reslOenct North along said\ ; West distance of the approximately South right I Complaint In the Circuit Court ing 86509(3)( ), wil register with Publish Nov. 3, 10, 17 24, 1961. APPLIANCE REPAIR
lion, 11 Uvt 725 feet to
1 U unknown; Carlton Copp boundary Said land.to the lying FOB in and of a County. of the Ninth Judicial Circuit in the Clerk of the Circuit Court In The Okeechobee News
:Mary Copp and Emily Poll; as Block ffoJ''n: as the Haitillel and for Okeechobee
W. comprising a County, and for Okeechobee County, Flor
executor of the will of C 4 lying South gi'e Bond Road thence In a Nor
Conp, decoded car of CarKon 710 and that part of the thernly direction a ds- Florida against you, and eachof ida upon receipt of proof of the. NOTICE TO CREDITORSIN
Copp baton Orchard Long Island Beach New Fort York Wah-; F West Icing 741 South feet of of Stnte Block Road 3. feet ounce to of th approximately* South right 1A\of you, as defendants, seekingto publication of this note, the fictitious ' THE COURT OP THE Phone ROdeo 2-6732
E Lawrence, if living, whose laceof 710 In Conners Oables, a may line of the paved quiet the title of the plaintiffto name, to-wit: COUNTY JUDGE, OKEE.
i residence U unknown; Holidaypeach County Road, being the Old l
Operating Company, each subdivision plat thereof a recorded J In to Okpechobee Indlant own the above described real pro "HI LBIlLY AUTO PARTS" I CHOBEE COUNTY, FLORIDAIN

office l"lorlda'Box 220, Hollywood B Plat. records Book 2,of page Okeechoboe 71, public erl Road)' direction: thence a In distance an East-of perty located in Okeechobee under which we expect to engage PROBATE. 9 BLOCKS SOUTH OF BANK
AND trOt: Alt parties claiming In. County Florida approximately\ 720 feet County Florida. in business at E. Florida IN RE:
through, under om along\ the South right of
teroit
J ln t by the above named natural LESS AND at EXCEPTINGCommencing the NW: way line of said Old Okra You are further notified that Avenue, in the city of Okeecho. ESTATE OF CORINE P. HALL, ST.
ON OSCEOLA
defendant who I* not known to corner of Section 24 ofTownship chobee Indlantonn Road to the return day of this Notice to bee. Okeechobee County, Florida I Deceased.
be dead or allot the South right of way line
AND TO: The unknown aiwlKir 37 South' Range distance of State Road 710; thence Defend Is December 1st, 1961 That the parties interested in T') ALL CREDITORS AND
eta ors, luccusora trustees, creditors In Intereit, and direct stocK* 35 East of 726.run. East feet to a the approximately tn an Easterly 70 feet direction along end you shall on or before sale said business enterprise are: PERSONS HAVING CLAIMS OR

the South line of Mid State. date serve a copy of your defense J. D. CORER DEMANDS AGAINST SAID ESTATE
I
Road 710: to containing the I point 8 of and beginning if any, upon W. L. Hendry, JIM B. DIAMOND : ABSOLUTELY NEW NO SUCH OFFER HAS
\ acres, non or less.You Attorney for Plaintiff whose address CHARLES FARMER You and each of you are hereby
and each of you, are notified EVER BEEN MADE IN FLORIDA ON SUCH
FERGUSON PLUMBING that an action to quiet till Is P 0. Box 332, Okeechobe Dated at Okeechobee, Okee notified and required to presentany
to the above described ""a.prop.r.. Florida and immediately' BEAUTIFUL ACREAGE. CLOSE TO CITY ON U.S.
ty toes been filed against you and *, chobee County Florida, this the claims and demands which
AND ELECTRIC you art hereby required to serve thereafter file the original of 1st day of November. 1961. you. or either of you, may have 441. ALREADY PLATTED AND LOT LINES
the
Plaintiffs a copy of complaint your answer on the to Plaintiff same in the Office of the Clerk of Publish Nov. S, 10, 17, 24, 1961. against: the estate of Corlne P. MARKED. ROADS ALREADY BUILT. ELEC
's Attorney, X W. Conely Jr:, Circuit! Court of the above styled TLo Okeechobee News. HaJJ, deceased, late of laid
f, O Box 6J8, Okeechobee, Flora TRICITY AVAILABLE.
BATHROOM SET COMPLETE Ma, and file the original In the Court; otherwise a Decree Pro! County, to the County Judge of
office Okeechobe of the County Clerk I of Florida Circuit Court on or, Confesso will be entered againstyou I NOTICE Okeechobee County, Florida, at

before the 4th day of December and this cause shall there. UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW hi office In the court house of T/4 ACRESNOW
1J61 otherwise the allegations of I
M29.50 said; complaint will be taken as after proceed against you, ex NOTICE is hereby given that said County nt Okeechobee, FlorIda ONLY $12.50 DOWN-$12.50 Month

confesendDONE AND. ORDERED at Okeechobee parte. the undersigned pursuant to the within six calendar months
Florida on this 1st day of Done and Ordered at Okeechobee "Fictitious Name Statute" House from the time of the first publication 2 ACRESNOW

WE HAVE REPLACED OUR PIPE CUTTING November HAYNl.3. 1961. F. WILLIAMS Okeechobee County, Florida, Bill 1175, Chapter 20953, Laws of of this notice. Each claimor

MACHINE (LOST IN THE FIRE) WITH A Clerk Okeechoboe of Circuit County Court FloridaBy this 24th day of October 1961. Florida, 1941, and House Bill demand shall be in writing, ONLY $25.00 DOWN-$25.00 Month

NEW, MODERN ONE. PIPE CUT TO FIT : GLORIA J. FORD HAYNES E. WILLIAMS 1102, Chapter 26760, 1951, amending and shall state the place of residence
PERFECTLY. (CIRCUIT Deputy COURT Clerk SEAL) Clerk of Circuit Court 86509(3)( ), will register with and post office addressof 5 ACRESNOW

Pub: Nov. 8. 10 17 24 1961 Okeechobee County, Florida the Clerk of the Circuit Court, in the claimant, and shall be Month
ONLY $50.00 DOWN-$50.00
(Circuit Court Seal) and for Okeechobee County, Flor sworn to by the claimant agent,
FERGUSON PLUMBING IN THE CIRCUIT COUURT OF Publish: ida, upon receipt of proof of the attorney and any such claim or

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9th St. Northwest Corner of the Courthouse HODGES & SON
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ON 70FT. CANALS, 18'/j FT. DEEP,
LOUIS MAY certain cause wherein TOM FOY,
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New, Friday, Nov. 3, 1961 Pag 5
I I TURTLES GROW FAST HUMAN NATURE BOY DIES FROM 11(. S. Brown, was killed by a rifle

4 Hunting Reason I Turtles It seems grow much It Is human nature to put the RIFLE SHOT WOUNDS shot when he took the loaded gu

National P.T.A.yFinds Varied faster than was generally believed blame for everything on some Relatives from a closet at bis home, The
here received
Ways word
Opens Nov. 18 A study at Marlneland body else but a man begins to det-th occurred October 22,' and
revealed] that turtles hatched in make when he blameshis this week of the death of Ricky
services
progress
The great migration starts 00 To Meet were held Oct M The
November 18 That day the hunt. Range of Children's NeedsMajor 19S3 now weigh 353 pounds and shortcomings on the proper Brown of tthiteville, N C Ricky, ChIld' |Ie a cousin of the Wyatt

ing Mason for deer, turkey, quail measure 39 Inches person. 314 year old son of Mr and Mrs family here

end squirrel opens. goals are the same
Thousands of hunters, and In some 47,000 P.T.A/a of .
the National Congress of
would-be hunters, will take to
Parents and Teachers, even .
the woods and In
awamps every
tort of that is though ways of approaching
conveyance practical
them are as diverse as the
and many that are not. various communities. LOOli
Thousands of dollars will l be In Alaska where children
pent, thousands of shells will leave for school in the dark and 4
be expended. some will get their return home in the dark, every
deer child carries a flashlight To attend
or turkey and .nany will
P.T.A. meetings the president '
not. Among the game bagged will of the Alaska Congress of ONLY
b! horses, cows, pigs, Innume. Parents and Teachers frequently s} BEST TELEVISION '
able road signs beer birds travels hundred of miles per
cans,
.
day in country where temperatures w f
and other wildlife, that should stay around 25 below
may
remain unmolested] also a zero for weeks at a stretch She j DEAL IN TOWN 'i J '
number! of hunters can reach many communities only $9959
by small plane
The Florida Game and FreshWater
In Hawaii, the autumn ripening
Fish Commission report of the coffee crop makes fall Children of every age and heritage the of the PTA
the for "summer' are concern ft ft *
season
vacation -
excellent turkey and quail population from school The states ai the National Congress of Parents and Teachers this fall schedules
In the Everglades] region, mid-ocean locale makes the Hawaii s new rncmbfrnhlp effort aimed at adding more workers to + t FULL
the PT.A. 'team" that now Includes more than 12000000. PRICE
especially) In controlled areas, a Congress president an accessible a

result of the exceptionally dry consultant to parents notes. "It is the welfare of children nations where the European AN A-l
and educators who fly in from
umm r. Deer population in most Southeast Asia to learn more But our individual approaches Congress of American Parents j jrri .
areas Is reported Good.Louis about the P.T.A.American to promoting theirwell and Teachers functions; but its
F schools in Europe -being may vary as widelyas president J. Gordon Smock,finds
Galney manager oC
do the children themselves1'This
that educators abroad are anx
take advantage of their locationto
the Everglades region game commission offer foreign language studies fall the National Con ious to cooperate in joint programs TELEVISION
warns hunters that a in elementary grades and to hold gress is scheduling a new membership to help American youngsters
continued disregard of public joint classes with native chil effort to enroll more learn more about the cut. 1 'b7 Y. ri
dren. PTA's in the European people-parents, teachers, other ture and people of the countries
safety and public property, will Congress of Amerioan Parents interested persons-in PTA in which they are living.
invite local ordinances against and Teachers are concerned, too, I activities. Meeting problems of a more
hunting He lists a few of thDONTS1 with problems of establishing "They will fad local programs conventional i nature is'typically SET
"' residence for childrcA of U S challenging and vital," PTA" as well, Mrs. Jenkins ,',,
to follow: servicemen and government employee 'I Mrs Jenkins i promises, because points out. For example 4i ',: :NIII'i,4'1 v, a= L vc, na
Don't leave fires burning. applying for admission to P.T.A. activities center around -The parking problems of ':Xb i
Don't drop lighted cigarette stateside colleges the needs of each communityand some 600 students who drive to COMPLETE WITH ANTENNA
In the woods. Here in the e far-flung areas the" children who are its fu. school daily at Elkhart (Ind)
as well as in all the areas where ture High School recently gave rill
Don drive over planted crops. 47,000 P.T.A'I serve each local In Alaska, for example, theCongress to a P.T.A. survey of available INSTALLED '. ''
Don't drive over or tear down unit of the National Congress of of Parents and leachen parking space in the neighbor
fences Parents and Teachers adapts its concerned about education hood These students now have
own program to fit the needs of for children of homesteaders, is maps showing free and metered (LIMITED QUANTITY)
Don't leave gates open. its youngsters currently urging a study of road space, all within easy walking
Don't shoot across the high 'This is the wa the maintenance in outlying areas, distance
hays or within 300 yards of an P.T.A.," says Mrs Jjilford N so that children in isolated spots -Lack of a l library in tine of ft ft ft ft .
Jenkins of Roslyn Heights, may be assured of passable the elementary schools in Fords,
occupied building on a public N.Y., who now heads the 12- routes to school N, J., was corrected throughP.TA
highway. million-membership organization Getting to school Is a real! effort Nearly 1,000 books
Don't hunt on fenced or posted ss National Congress president problem, even in well.nettled were collected indexed, and installed .
areas, according to Mrs RobertC in shelves built by a
property without permission of We have one essential objective Cole, who heads the Alaska PTAfather. Library service is
the land owner. as an organization" she Congress Her home in Spenard dispensed by some of the P.T.A. THIS SPECIAL TV SALE STARTS FRIDAY, NOV. 3
Don't be a game hog save Is only I eight miles from Anchorage mothers
for the out morning and evening i -t irearms safety Is taught in
some next man.NOllfarUlcrs. she sends the family dog along special classes arranged by the
to protect her two children from Scottsdale Tavan (Ariz) P.T.A., NEVER
BEFORE SUCH AN OFFER
Can wild moose that roam the woodsIn with "safe hunter" badges
the quarter-mile area between awarded to youngsters who com
home and bus stop plete training given by expert
Borrow Under P.T.A's in the nation/ newest riflemenAn .
state are seeking to preserve unprotected walk on a AND LIBERAL TERMS MAY BE ARRANGED
New Amendment Hawaiian culture In terms of highway bridge, a twice-daily
dances language hazard in Boise, Idaho for some
An amendment of the Housing Mrs Teruo !na'H :- 75 Whittier School pupils, got
Act of 1949, under the Farm Home a. lulu, president of the Hawaii the PTA's attention. Now a
Administration Congress, sees this Interest as protective railing erected by the
makes It now pos an important; segment of Hawaiian state highway department,
Bible] for owners of non farm PTA, activity, Another makes the well-traveled rout a CENTRAL ELECTRICGAS
tracts In rural areas and small aspect of the state P T.A. program safe one.
communities to borrow funds for -its emphasis on adult education In any of these situations
-is of special interest to says Mrs. Jenkins, tha P.T.A.
home building and Improvement. the groups from Thailand, Pa. first sees and then serves a local
formerly only owners of farm kistan, India Cambodia, and Indochina need. Service to communitiesand
tracts would qualify for the loans. who have been enter to children everywhere will)
tained there during recent continue to grow as more and
The funds may be used to con Mrs. Clifford N. Jenkins president months. more persons join the P.T.A, local AND COMPANY
truct, Improve or repair rural of the National Congress Parent-teacher cooperation is state and national partner
homes and related facilities farm .f Parents and 'Teachers. something new in most of the ship."'

service buildings supply water
for farm or household uses mod.

ernlze homes or for outside Im Duck Season six. Daily bag for geese will be poser and two black ducks; PHONE ROdeo 3-3915 OKEECHOBEE, FLORIDA

provements. Loan funds cannot be two, with a possession of four possession limit not Include
may
.... ... ..
used to buy land or debts - --- - - -
pay Opens In State Both dally bag and po.fonlimits more than two wood ducks one
To be eligible for a loan you for coots win be six, according hooded merganser, I and four.
must own your tract. A farm November 17 to A. D Aldrich, director black ducks! "

owner may finance tenant housIng Game and Fresh Water Fish Leon and Jefferson counties
.
Non. Florida duck and coot hunting
farm
owners may bore Commission will be closed to duck and coot
for season will open at 12 noon
row only personal housing.
To be Nov. 17 and run through Dec 26 Special waterfowl regulationsin hunting except on Wednesdays,
eligible you must also be
Saturdays Sundays, opening day
without adequate housing or without I Season for hunting: Canada geese effect for the 1961-62 season
and The
TOYLANDLAY.
holidays goose season
essential farm service buildings will open at sunrise Nov 4 and are: Hunting permitted from for Leon and Jefferson counties

; be unable to finance need. run through Dec. 26 sunrise t to sunset except open. will be announced later
ed Improvements; have sufficient Under the final migratory hunt. lug day when duck and coot

Income to live and meet debts including ( lug regulations framework just shooting begins at 12 noon. Closed .
housing loan: be a ell I. received from the U S. Fish season on canvasback and MINORITY BOWS

ten of the United States; be legally and Wildlife Service daily bag redhead. Daily bag for ducks If the democracy Is to succeed
responsible for the loan; limits for ducks will be three may not include more than two tw! minority must adept the

possess character, ability and ex with a total possession limit of wood ducks one hooded mer decision of the majority.

nients perlence to meet the require. .M _8--......"" .. ".-...-- ......- IS OPEN


When the loan depends on farming Vob

operations, it is necessary to
show that you have training or

experience to succeed at farming WALKING. . PARKING WAITING ATWESTERN
Maximum time limit for repayIng
the loan Is 33 years. Loansare
scheduled according to borrowers I

ability to pay. Interest is AUTO

at four per cent per year on unpaid .
balance A Farmers House

Administration local three man

committee determines the eligKbility O AND WERE ,4

of applicants.
Each loan is adequately] secur
GIVING
ed to protect the Interest of the ,

government usually by mortgage. TiAeI
Applicants are expected to fur. 1 A

nish detailed plans. Usually loans ay
are not made to finance dwellings
of more than 1,400 square feet BICYCLE

Lving space The FHA. reviews YOU? TRY 5O/ ,
plans and Inspects progress of
construction, which Is not to start
until the loan is approved. DRIVE-IN BANKINGWITH TRICYCLE
Additional Information may be
obtained from county agriculture

al] agent Cliff Boyles US WAGON OFF


City CourtJoel SAVE TIME AND EFFORTI! NOW

D Taylor forfeited bondof t r

$:m on a driving while under
thi Influence charge 'n city court Resuming Our Regular Hours FOR ON ALL SMALL ''

this week. His drivers license

was suspended for 90 days unless .
there has been a previous DRIVE-IN HOURS CHRISTMASGIVING

suspension, in which event the
court will give maximum suspension I 9:00: a.m. 4 p.m. Monday thru Friday TOYS
-5:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. Friday Evening

Charles J Hickox, charged
with: driving while under the in. WALK-UP WINDOW

fluence was fined $150, with the AND CARRY k
,
tome license suspension 1:30 p.m. 4 p.m. Monday thru Friday
i I Paul Benton forfeited a bond

f erf $15; on a drunk charge
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Manson of 2100 NE 14th Street ;
|i training at Lackland Air Force 9:00: a.m.. 1:00 p.m Monday thru Friday530pm.

Base In Texas, to be an air : 7,30: p.m. Friday Evenings Phone ROdeo 3-3318

policeman at Eglln AFB, Florida. South Park Street

Airman Manson wife, Donna, Okeechobee, Florida
resides at Route J, Okeecbobee

OKEECHOBEE COUNTY BANK
Dennis Cason and Sue Ives of

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News, Friday, Nov. I, TWT afe. Payed off, too. Next day wt cent of atop oOr fruits but I. Some varieties develop Mack New Business RETURNS FROM VISITIN coined Us discharge Oct. t, M
always got several jobs setting I DO other fruit; taste anything freckle toward the stem end BALTIMORE due to the national emergency

Okeechobee News them back up. One old fellow hid Ilk e a mango. The Sash is Juicy ticb II often mistaken for a Opens In EastOkeechobee Mrs. A. R. Han and granddaughter his enlistment was extended an
The In his privy one Hallowe'en hop. and golden. The taste II a coronation sign of ripening as In the banana. Lisa Raulerson, age 4, additional four months.
ing to catch us. He must have of apricots, peaches, This Is a false idea. The freckles > returned home October T from Lisa enjoyed her first train
Catered u Second CUu Matter July 1, 1911 at .trn Office to gone to sleep because we didn't neappie., bananas and some va- indicate a disorder that Is usually two-weeks visit with Mr. and ride, and both she and her grand
Okeecbobee. Florida S Under Act d March in there until rifles: even have hint ot fresh A new used auto parts business a much Impressedwith
_ know he was we a only skin deep and ordinarily this week Mrs Julian Leggett at Fort Mead, mother were
Subscription Prig tin( advance! per year 3.00 bad pushed it over, door down, coconut. Added to IIU to a dlsinct doe not affect the flesh' opened on Florida Avenue near Baltimore. Leggett, who is their tour of Washington
Two !tara,1.00: Sa Months. M.00. Shorter period not accepted.:: and he started yelling to get out. mango flavor' unduplicet- unless it is quite extensive the in East Okeechobee Auto Parts., knownas ki the service, was to have re D. C.I .
LAMONTE. MOORE. Publisher We rolled It over on its side and ed and unsugsected ty any other e. When the mango is determined : Hillbilly
The business is
EMMALENE B MOORE. Advertising Manager I took off. By the time he got the fruit. to have reached eating new operatedby .
_ J. D, Ooker, Jim B. Diamondand
door open and crawled out we Admittedly, the mango is an ripeness, drill as Ms Improve I
FLORIDA
PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY OKEECHOBEE.. were well away, unfamiliar fruit to most temperate the flavor. Charles Farmer and they DON T WAIT until its TOO LATE
advance movement, who want* lone housewives and through 7. Do not cut or peel the fruit have chosen for their slogan, "II I
things just u they are. Those who ONE NIGHT the fun ended lack of knowledge what should until Just before cervine as (the k s hit, rolled or burned out, we
THERE do what will reap for them the early. As the first and last one be a deUcfai adventure Into delirious fragrence is beet coo- will buy it without a doubt".
HERE, most benefits, or do what theydo of the evening went over one of gourmet foods can turn into aisafjfwintment. served to the whole nut. Do The business is located north The time to Insure

out of selfish friendship or the boys lost his balance. He This would, Indeed not eat the peeling or the surge of Eddie's Market on the eastside against fire Is
fear grabbed the guy nearest him and be a tragedy for a good fiat seed of the road.

both went into the exposed pit. mango eaten at the right stage 8. Serve out In half like a can. ,before It happens
THERE ARE SOME who betray Heedless to say, they were left of ripeness is among the great Aloup to be eaten out of the OBSERVES 47TH
IIY the trust of those whose vote to: help each other out. taste treasures of (he tropics. hell or in slices or chunks alone. WEDDING ANNIVERSARYMr It and when fire strikes
of confidence placed them in of I Because! : there are some dozen or in combination with othertab and Mrs. John Ferguson f your home, it will be too
flee, who through inaptitude, lazl LIKE THE SHUCKING BEE, improved varieties shipped from fruit or ke cream. observed I their 47th wedding anniversary .
ness, Ignorance, bribery or fear threshing ring, neighborhoo d Florida Florida, there k variety If you follow ail these rules Oct. 38. The Ferguson's late to check your insur
of criticism do only] what they butchering and many other things m color, size and shape but the there will\ be many happy mango were married in Middletown, "s ance to see if it's ade

& YONDERAT must. people used to enjoy, that type of following rules will guide the novice seasons. ahead. Ohio. quate to cover your loss.
Then we have those who shoult fun bowed to progress. The "little : .
er much more than their share of shanty in back" Is no more. 1. Select rut with perfectly The only way to protect
THE JAYCEE meeting last the burden, who are present each snwotit skin as shriveling or Is your Insurance yourself financially is to

week, president George Bellamy lime! is a call for volunteers wrtnltttnc may indicate fruJt ELECTROLUXOnly coverage In line the right coverage ,
get
handed each member present the Who give unselfishly of their time, Mango Crop picked too soon with today's valueof
copy of an article by Roger Hall, energy and money and are daubed 2. Fruit will ripen when left ?
taken from This Week magazine.It by the armchair generals a. To Be LargestIn out Just as tomatoes so it k not Authorized Sales & Service your property

ralsei a question that many of "show offs" and "big shots". We necessary to avoid those showing .
ui don't like to answer. Read it even have a few who are overzealous Several Years green. Free Pickup and Delivery Leonard BergerINSURANCE
and see H you are honest enoughto who try to help where no S. When the kit Is ready to
South ?Florida happy mango NOW FOR CHRISTMAS
ORDER
answer k. help is needed or wanted, try 10 bount eat all !the green wall have du-
growers are predicting a AGENCY
run the affairs of others and are appeared on almost all varieties Fla.
Pierce
Fort ,
fOOl crop far the first time In 707 Orange Ave
"THERE ARE TWO kind ot aptly called "bUl) bodlts". several No severe cob and !the flesh should yield gent FIREAUTOCASUALTYBONDSOkeechobee
people. What kind are you? Have yean. 11 to pressure to about the dame County Bank Building
weather followed the mW-wtnttt
4-0056
you ever asked yourself this quee.tlon IT TAKES all kinds. We can be blooming period and fruit let in degree ae a rope peach. HO Phone RO 2.7441
: If every citizen performedjust thankful that In our communitywe copious quantity. Laden Erne 4. Ripe fruit will also be high
as I do what would our community aromatic off dMtinct
have enough of the sincerely 11 jiving a
are being propped as the luscoua ...... .
be? What if every fellow ambitious to keep thing moving! Hog of tropical fruits ft..-.---
worked at his Job u I do, showed forward. A few more wouldn'thurt. grows I
plump and eweU with Juicy I
the same interest the same .
dne e, I
diligence, the same faithfulness,
Some fruit has already read GILBERTIHIAIRE I
the skill and R.N.VICKWILL
tame discipline
THE SPOOKS and goblins were ed !the picking stag and gone to r Ile I Ir
What would happen to our community
out in force Hallowe'en. We were market.: A steady supply is expected .
? tricked or treated out of every through early September

piece of candy and every appleIn as beset pastes from early to
HE GOES AHEAD to explain the house Wasn't even a jellybean mtoVseaison! to late varieties
that the two kinds of people are left for us to munch on abed World War II and expanded W. are discontinuing evr BUILD YOUR
those that are a part of the problem ! Wednesday night shows until
time. Of course we tried our overseas activities of both gov
and those that are part of old gag of telling a bunch of eminent and private industry further notice
the answer. Those who take what small goblins that there was 110 have brought many Americans HOUSE
they can, and those who contribute. treat so they'd have to trick. Las into contact with this fruit in

:year they didn't know what to tropical '..... around the work.
do This year they did. The lead.er It to ki south Florida, however, FrW.y and Saturday 1'.may ACCORDING TO YOUR PLANSIN
WHEN YOU DELVE deeply be- of the bunch said "Don't worry that (he mango readies Its November J MOl 4

hind those words a few more we'll bust something". We height sn quality for her the "OPERATIONBOTTLENECK"
types appear. These are the ones treated. original strains have been kn- EAST OKEECHOBEE BETWEEN
who sit back and criticise those proved and hyfaridixed to produce I
who strive for progress. The armchair WHEN WE WERE: KIDS we 1,000 acre tt superior MlKO TAKA I
generals. There are those made a big deal out of Hallowe'en. fruit. RON FOSTER WILLIAMS ROAD AND EVERGLADES

who are active In throttling any There want an outhouse in town The mengo's flavor Is ramrod

-also I AFTER CHURCH ON 100 FT. OR LARGER LOTS


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Oki boo News, Friday Nov. 3, 1961 Page 7 I II la some areas, particularly in out shelters? INFANT DIES
0 k .I the downtown districts of large "Definttey not", Fritz! said, IN CALIFORNIA
cities it may be impossible to Relatives received word of the
"And Ye Shall Know The Truth lice the old tornado shelter
: find in existence all the skills death of Master Brian Glen Moo
I hat would be needed to sustain which was primarily a place to Lellan, 14-montb-old son of Mr.
II I And It Shall Make You Free" organized shelter life. Here, the store perishable food or keep. SlId Mrs. L. H. McLellan of El-
1 sociologist believes, It would be the beer cold, and only secondarrily monte, California.
I By NELL D. KERR of a place of refuge, a fallout .
government becomes destruct. 'P w"aW necessary to have a small corpsof The McLelltn's are former retident's
"And ye shall know the truth ive of these ends, it Is the rightof key personnel trained to 1UP.plement shelter should have another I i. ) of Okeechobee. The child
and the truth shall make you the people to alter or abolish exiting skills purpose. Every effort should be died October 27, and services
free"-Bible It". (See our Constitution and Declaration held October
were there 30.
But generally! community mode to modify existing buildIngs
"There Is a
to In
no liberty
men of Independence). Survivors Include the parents,
shelter would require or build new ones not onlyto
whom Ignorance prevails over It Is not news to any of us that less advance program training since It give protection from fallout a sister! Donna, a brother, Larry,
knowledge; there Is no libertyto we as a nation are In greater
who know would not be necessary to teach but also to serve (tie ongoing, an uncle, Bill McLellan of Okee*
not how
men to danger of losing our security and
I chobee and grandparents, Mr.
in normal needs of the community.
everyone a complete course
govern themselves" Henry freedom today than ever before In "af
4 x civil defense survival. Existing and Mrs. Jack Davidson of Key
Ward Beecher. I our history due in great measure Familiarity with the building
.:.... skills could be drawn upon In West.
to the mistakes of those who to be used as a shelter would
Daniel Webster once said, "God make, execute, and interpret our t f 'G stead. eliminate the strangeness and
grants liberty only to those who laws and particularly shape our Should special buildings be constructed fear-provoking element or shelter Britlan sold $ ',aoo.OOO el
defend It." foreign policy. BIRDS.LIKE( PEOPLE.LOVE) FLORIDA to serve solely as fall .taking and shelter life. gold to the United States.
And Benjamin Franklin warned If you want to read an enlightening -
Americans of his day, 'This book on this, read "Ameri 134 KINDS LIVE| HERS THE YEAR AROUND 147 OTHERS ARE
government can only end In del'potism can Might and Soviet Myth" by SEASONAL RESIDENTS. IN ADDITION, MORE THAN too d yt
as other forms have done Jameson Campalgne, editor of the OTHERS ARE SEEN OCCASIONALLY FLYING THROUGHOR -
before It, when the people shall Indianapolis Star. Mr. Campalgnefeels OVER THE STATE. i
have become so corrupted as to that America Is suffering
need despotic government as beIng from "irrational fear". "Never", The Wood Ibis... NOW
incapable of any other." he says "In history have two NORTH AMERICA'S
Jean Jacques Rousseau proclaimed more unequal powers faced one ONLY STORK SEEMED
centuries "A another than America and the ems
two ago, IN DANGER OP EXTINCTION ? q .
country cannot subsist without liberty Soviet Union, the free world and UNTILPHOSPHATE
nor liberty without virtue." the Communist countries Russia COMPANIES .
A young businessman remarkedto cannot stand against the United COOPERATING DISTINGUISHED SERVICE
me recently with regard to the States, economically, militarily, WITH THE AUDUBON AWARD U. S. Senator
elate of our country, "Don't you or Ideologically The book la SOCIETY, MADE THEIR George A. Smathers was recipient OPENSEA j I
ol the Florida Fruit ft
worry, we have smart men in based on fact not distortion and SETTLING PONDS :
Vegetable Association's 1M1
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half truths all too often
Washington who'll take care of it we get
SANCTUARIES.Community. ... Distinguished Service
all" His remark reflects the attitude from some other sources, and M Award. Senator Smatherswas
of far too many of our shows clearly some of the mis- cited for a long recordof
good, well meaning citizens. We takes made by official Washing distinguished service to _
as a people have become accus ton and how it is the obligation of Florida' Agriculture, and
tomed to leaving the running of the people now as it ras alwaysthe Shelter Is particularly for his work on
the nation to those we elect to people now as it was always transportation and competition .
make, execute, and Interpret our rights to help correct them. matters. The award was
laws and to shape our foreign How? we ask. To quote again made during the 18th annual
policy. the author of Poor Richard's Al Answer To CD Problems convention ol the Association
We need these meq and we manac, "A Bible and a newspa at Miami Beach recently.mean .
trust them at the time of their election per In every house, a good schoolin
that they will represent us every district, all studied and A fallout shelter in every College of Medicine, Fritz Is a
for the best Interests of our appreciated as they merit are backyard Is not the answer to an nationally recognized expert on building less shelters, It '.
country, "to secure' the blessingsof the principal support of virtue, adequate civil defense program, Uiman behavior in disasters. would require the establishment A
f liberty to ourselves and our morality, and civil liberty". Today according to a researcher who In an interview he explainedhis of shelter groups In advance HORSE
posterity," but "to secure these we might add to Franklin's has spent more than ten years belief that family shelters "Community shelters would require -
rights governments are Instituted advice a copy of the Constitution studying disaster behavior. would lead to widespread feel considerable planning to ;3. .
among men, deriving their just and Declaration of Independence Long before the current public ings of isolation and abandon bring together not Just massesof r
powers from the consent of the From your newspaper, local library Interest in shelters, spurred) by ment. Millions of small, scatter people, but groups of people w
governed, that whenever any form I and other sources try to President Kennedy's expandedcivil ed sheltered groups would remain with the necessary organizationaland
know as much as possible about defense program, sociologist following an attack. Only survival skills," Fritz said.
your government on all levels, Charles E. Fritz was advocating people not a wellorganlzedsoclety "The aim would be to duplicate RestaurantOPEN
what the main Issues before large scale of would survive, he believes
MCTSKBffllPetunias are a expansion as nearly as possible a total, sell
the different law-making bodiesas the C. D. program sufficient community, In which
they meet, how your particular But not toward the goal of a The larger groups that wouldbe the aged, the incapacitated, and
representatives stand on each shelter In every back yard housed In a community shelter the more dependent members of Q
Issue, and write them how you "Community and neighborhood he feels, would have the the community are combined
stand. Then you will be living! up shelters not family shelters, range of skills needed for abel with mature, able-bodied, self- t OPEN TILL 12
\ to your responsibility as a free and not pure 'mass shelters' ter management and survival after sufficient mEmbers." v 0
SnapdragonsGARDEN American, helping to correct the an attack. These groups 1 F
should receive major priority In As an example, Fritz pointed
mistakes of our government there a national shelter program," would also promote stronger feel. out that the daytime populationif
LAND by "securing the blessings of liberty Fritz explains "Such comrnun- togs of security and support, schools and residential neigh ROUTE 70 & 98 :;
to ourselves and our pos ity shelters would be designed to communication among shelters borhoods contained a high pro '
NURSERIESAcross terity. house groups of people whose would be simpler because there portion"1 of women' and children OKEECHOBEE
abilities and skills can be combined would be fewer; and the verj who are dependant on others for ,,
from Fir Station LISTEN GOOD to do the Jobs that would act of planning, building, and help and support. Such populations .
When you get into crowd whereone be required during and followinga equipping the community shelters he believes, would be best
fellow Is talking louder than nuclear bombing attack would emphasize the need for combtoedJn shelters with highly BEER ON TAP
fI.i the rest, and most of the time, A sociologist and associate pro. co-operation so important in post organized groups of people
disengage yourself adroitly and fessor in the Department of Psychiatry disaster situations working In factories and business
let the rest of them listen. University .of Florida Though Fritzs plait would establishment. II
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. Page 8 Okeechobee News, Friday, Nov. 3, 1961 Business Good: two violations, $30 0the bond Two cases were heard on assault singing at well as playing his for. the landowner. The nurseries lc
I Rest Home News for an improper drivers license and battery Mrs Bessie McMullen Miami: At GilbertsBusiness and the $300 for violation of auto Martin was sentenced to pay a All mcrnlxTS and friends of the cypress,' catalpa, tupelo ie e

Willing Workers visited Thursday evening with bad In Okeechobee* transportation law $35 fine, and was placed on a church are cordially Invited to gum, cottonwood, bald cypress,
Class Meets itt J Mrt Janie Platt at the Dunklin Not according to Gilbert Chevrolet Thomas Davenport and John yews probation She was ordered attend( these meetings Donald yellow poplar and eucalyptus
Rest Home. Mr and Mrs. Ray Co. According to Kenny R Treadaway were each fined to pay doctor and hospital Wilkinson pastor of the Okee- available All of the latter exceptthe ;0
The Willing Workers Sunday Simmons of Fort Myers were Ford, automotive sales managerfor $2$ for driving without a license bills within the year chobet church arizona cypress and red cedar vs

School class met at Mrs. Lnucille CAROLYN FAYE GLAZE also Thursday evening guests the concern, October was the For unlawful speed, the fol. T J. Gilchrlst was fined $100 are In limited quantities m
Pu'sell home Oct, 30 Members Born to Mr. and Mrs. Marvin I Mr Simmons is a nephew of Mrs biggest month the firm ever bed, lowing persons forfeited bonds of for assault and battery and $25 Landowners are encouraged to h
present were Ruth Cone, Florrle i Ray Glaze, a daughter, Carolyn Platt with more new and used cars $::3 each: Oario Carloss, William for being drunk Pine SeedlingsNow order early to insure prompt and b
Walters, Marion Pearce, Bernice Faye, October 26, 1961 She was Donations received this week being sold R. McClelland, Estil McNew, Thomas Carver was found complete delivery Lifting of the
Haynes, Elinor Harden, Dorothy born at the Louisiana Raulerson included two cases of canned "We have seen a steady increase Jimmie M Strickland, Emil J. guilty on a drunk charge and ordered AvailableThe seedlings will begin In the latter Q1
Burger: and Eunice Doman Hospital and weighed 7 pounds goods and Jello from Mrs Me- in our business during the Squillante, George A. Goodbread, to pay $25.Advcntists. part of November In the northern h''
The devotional, the 63rd psalm, 6Vt ounces. Carty, a cake from Mrs. Kelly past several months," Ford said Edward D Hayse William H. Florida Forest Service is nurseries aid the first part of H
December in the
south Florida
was read by Florrie Walters and am magazines from Shirley "New car sales in October: aver Koonse, James D Harper, JesseE To accepting pine seedlings orders
the opening prayer was by Mar- MELODY LYNN CONE Wheaton end Joan Rucks aged more than one a day"He Richberg Patricia Ann De from landowners who wish to nursery at Punta Gorda. Order
Jon Pearce. Florrie Walters read Mr and Mrs James Everette added that In previous Rosa and Mildred L. White Hold RevivalA plant idle acreage during the received will be after filled the first first of October ele
on a come, ,
the minutes of the last meeting Cone, Jr., are parents of a daughter Jaycees Meet years the firm expected) to lose Also charged with unlawful revival will be held in the coming The seedlings planting season.will cost $400 first served basil, pa
concerning the election of the born Oct, 27 at the Louisiana money during the summer speed were H. A. Remsnyder, Okeechobee Seventh es,
The main topic at the meetingof Day Advent- thousand fob Under Seedlings may be ordered
School class met at Mrs. Lucille Raulerson Hospital The baby, months "But even the summers who forfeited bond of $30; Alois per nursery ga
is church, N.
304 Parrot Ave
be-
the Junior Chamber of Commerce the delivery program here in through the nearest County Forester
unanimously. their fifth child, weighed 8 pounds arc profitable now, he added. Williams, $25 bond forfeited; and p
held at the Palmetto Res. ginning Friday evening, Nov 3 south Florida Inaugurated for 's office, county fire con Ch
Refreshments were served by 15 ounces, and was named Melody James H. Register, $75 bond forfeited .
taurant Tuesday night, was the at 7:30: p, m Meetings will continue the first time last year, for an trol unit or the District Forester RC
the hostess (to the members .
pres. Lynn plans for dedication of the new CourtMost nightly through the following additional 35 cents the seedlings Florida Forest Service, P. 0.
ent hospital, Plans for the programare County There were two charged with Sunday, Nov S. will be delivered to Forest Service Box 2067, Lakeland, Florida: Soil
DEBORAH ANN LASTINGER nearly complete and com of the cases tried In the reckless driving Coornelia F Bill Williams of Hollywood, headquarters at Oneco, Do- Conservation Service office I ; von
Mr! and Mrs, James levi! Las. county court Monday were traf Ies did not and forfeited Florida, will kit
mitments have been received appear speak on Sacrifice ver, Lakeland, Scbring, Palm- County Agent's office or Agricultural
Rirthday PartyGerald tiiiger are parents of a daughter. from two well!! know speakers, according fie violations One driver, Rich bond of $35 Leon B. Myers plead Through Vows". Pastor Williams dale, Labelle and Fort Myers, Conservation Program EtC
Bass, Jr. celebrated_ born October 30 at the local hospital to George Bellamy. Committee ard E, Spivey, forfeited $350 on guilty and paid a fine of $25. Is also a musician, writing and whichever is the most conven!. office. Ftdal
She weighed; II pounds 11
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ounces and was named DeborahAnn
28 with a surprise party The new JC vests were Issuedto
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Mr Callie Bass.Refreshments meeting. 50 YEARS OF + J u

were served byG.rald's HOSPITAL COOK LEAVING

mother and grandmother Francis :Bass, cook at the Louis Capt. Jerome Isenberg is spending Aas
Present were Tommy Joe iara. Raulerson Hospital for the a 30-day leave with! I his par CHEVROLET , '
Cartrcll Ginger, Nancy and past 18 months, is leaving, with ents, Mr. and Mrs Joseph Isen
Dunny Powell, Debra Spurlock, her family, to return to her hometown berg. Capt. Isenberg has just returned -
Charles Lamb, Timmy Lowe, Royal Oak, Michigan, No from Formosa at the termination :
Jesina and Diann Bass, David one has been hired to take her i iI of his leave, he will!! report *.. ..,
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Hospital Notes FLORIDA factsFLORIDA

Patients released from the Lou
Jsiana! Raulerson Hospital dur
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wayne Parker, Kay Johns, Fox el
Brcwn eBn: Davis, and colored I 1P
girl!, Helen Hayes, Velma Boy 62 CHEVROLET
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Rich tylinq with Jet-smooth ride! F
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Faye McElvany, Lynette Foulks,
Lavaun Cone and baby girl, Jerry .
Hancock, Iona Lamb, Vonceil "ra
Brown, eBn Davis, and colored THAT'S NOT KENNY FORD BEHIND THE WHEEL OF _

patient, Mary Thomas F

Remaining in the hospital are H s's,1.' ofi ;-1 I THE NEW 1911 CHEVROLET. KENNY GETS BEHIND Cib
Eloise Carter Raymond Haynes,
Robert Hullett, Joan Jerrell,
Peg 3. THE WHEEL OF THE NEW 1962 CHEVY. IN FACT
gy Lastinger and baby girl, the 's'm I.
McDugald twin boys, Charles USES . I
Murgrove. James Rucks, Lucille SOME TWO BILLION GALLONS OF WATER A DAY, AND KENNY IS THE WHEEL HE'S THE SALES MANAGER. n'xt C
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Rudd, Mary Rhoads, Shirley TWENTY TIMES THIS MUCH MORE IS LOST AS IT DRAINS D
Spann and Dave Skinner. Also, INTO THE SEA. THE NEED FOR CONSERVATION BECOMES SELLING NEW CHEVROLETS, NEW OLDSMOBILES,
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Church Evening service 7:30 m.
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CHURCH OP OUR SAVIOUR, Norman Lever Townsend, age lENimQllICTBICAIR
EPISCOPAL Baptist Young Indian[ of Okecchobee was reported CONDITIONING'
-- Father George Cave Married People A $220 on arrival at the Louisiana
I WOMAN WIIO CAN DRIVE If Sunday, 8 a. m. and 10 a. m., serving : Hospital Tuesday af Qvtmr, McxpiNsiviu
gor Sale or Rent you would enjoy working 3 or 4 service of Holy Communion Hold Party been given He was a papermaker 10 YOUR PRESENT RMNACf
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'OR RENT New each month on a group of Studio 9am. ._ People Sunday School class helda I n remain years. .
ouse nicely! furn. Small Girl Cosmetic clients on a routeto Hallowe'en party at the home! The Funeral arrangements being
bnly. $65 mo. Call RO S-4553 be established in and around ASSEMBLY OP GOD CHURCH of Mrs. G. E. Bryant Thursday, I Fort Pierce << by the Yates Funeral
W 33134. Okeechobee, and are willing to Rev A. P. Jenien Oct. 19. !,civil engineer; *, Were Incomplete is the
make light deliveries etc., writeto Sunday School, 8:45: p.m.C. All the guests wore hats and I that the went to press.
STUDIO A. (Youth) 7-30 p.m. Tuesday 'I
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OR RENT Furnished COSMETICS. masks for' the occasion. Three of
lean Dept. OW9, Glendale, California. Morning Worship, 11:00: a.m. i lINSTALLATION
: one or two room prizes were awarded with first ments of >>
nent By week or month. Route will pay up to ".00 per Evaneglistie!: Rally 7;30 p.m. prize going to Evelyn! Creach! ter as Mrs. T. E. Matthews of Cocoa
ties furnished Road 78, hour. 10.2711310; :I Wednesday Prayer Meeting and second prize, William Mobley, I will apply. Is visiting this week with
hone RO 33241. Bible Study 7:30: p.m. ana third prize Mrs. Bryant.A sisters Mrs. Ted L. Spann IS EASY
LIVESTOCK FOR SALE Karen Albritton. COST IS LOW 4
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et CLEAN
Priced from iSc: to 250. Would many M
witch and a pumpkin. limn
Evangelistic Service, Sunday ev do you say"huh" Wt may
,'OR) RENT Nicely'turn. like to sell all. Contact Mrs. Milton cuing, 7:00: p. m. Attending the party were Mrs. bs able to help you heir moreACOUSTICON QUIET ACENTRAL
k droom house close in, $65 Douglas at County line lake Prayer Service, Tuesday evenIng Bryant, Everett Cone Mr. and heady HEARING with 1D OUSTICON.
piew 2 bedroom house turn. road 441. I0-6tf( 7.30.Youth Mrs Jerry Garnett, Mr. and Mrs. AIR MCDA4

!phone RO 3-3134. N'ghts' LOST Bird Dog. Black and Service Tuesday 730. Brannon Williams, Mr. and Mrs. OP FORT BECKER PIERCE CO. LMNG'
34553. white Young People's each Pete demons Mr. end Mrs. ELECTRIC
Pointer answers to name meeting 1-32M 323 So 13th Sf,
FOR) SALE Hens roc "Mike". Wearing collar with Thursday evening at 7:30. Charles Farmer, Mr. and Mrs. r Florida Hearing" Aid AND GAS CO.
[electric stove $20; Jeep name John Mosley. Con'act Eph- Wilbur Creach, Mr. and Mrs. Dealer's Afi'n., Inc. Phone 2.5561
rains FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Franklin Creach and Mr. and
Norman at Dark Hammock
[parts, $55; camp or horse
ler, $75; boat $55; 14-ft Bench, or call collect Steve Mis-! Cooper Marshall, Patter Mrs. William Mobley.Surprise .
sik HO 1-4561, Fort I Sunday School. ... 9:45:
(gate, $18; Kart Frame with Pierce. ll-3p ? " p.m.
($20; 4-wheel drive Jeep, $ Morning! Worship 11'00 am.
[Chevrolet wrecker, $650. DRYEST YEAR Training Union ...".. 630: p.m. Party OKEECHOBEELiyESTOCK
I RO 6-1648 or RO 34741. Evening Worship "..." 7:30: p.m. Held
SINCE 1956 Wednesday Evening SundayMrs.
FOR RENT Furnished Prayer ..... ....... 7:30: pm. C. R. BiU, whose birthday I
1 room duplex apartment IS RECORDED was October 28, was honored
I kitchen two blocks from FIRST MISSIONARY BAPTIST with a surprise birthday party
1R00eo 3.3610. To date, 1961 has been the dry. CHURCH OF BASINGER Sunday afternoon at her home.
[ FOR RENT 3-bedroom est year since 1956. Probably the Damon B. Walkr, Pastor The party was given bj friends. Auction MarketYOUR
ished house two miles from weekly average for this year is Sunday School, 10 a. m. Many friends came by duringthe
even lower since the afternoon to wish her a happy
severe Morning Worship Service, 11.
$60. Call RO 3-3135 days, -
nights, drouth that year was broken in Training Union, Sunday evenIng birthday, and she received many
September by heavy rainfall. A t:30 p. m. i lovely gifts.
News reporter was unable to ob- Sunday evening worship services Mrs. Bibb Is a charter member HIGHEST PRICESCOME
FOR SALE tain the average for 1958, but for 7.30.Wednesday. I cl. the First Baptist Church of
this :year to date the county average evening worship I Okeechobee. FROMCOMPETITIVE

Fl 3 BEDROOM HOUSE is 2861 Inches or .682 services, 730.;
Inches per week. In the last nine "Hoppy" Watford spent the BIDDINGAT
CBS FHA
I weeks. county average of 602 CHURCH OF TIlE BRETHRENF !: week end with his parents Mr.
Low Down Payment Inches was recorded. This Is approximately C. Rohrer, Pastor and Mrs. Alto Watford Jr. "Hop. YOUR LOCAL
154 per Mo. 15 Inches per month Sunday School, 10 a. m py" Is a student at the State
below normal for that period, according Preaching, 11 a. m. School for the Deaf at St. Augur
WRITE BOX 17S1 to the county Soil Conservation C,B.Y.F.. 6:30: p.- m. tine. LIVESTOCK AUCTICM J
Call
or Department. The above
RO 33219Oktlchobtt figures were furnished by the Soil MARKETLast

Conservation Department In co. NOW ON DISPLAY
operation with the Agricultural
Research Service. MODEL MOBILE HOMES
FOR RENT Furnished The drouth Is extensive in area, 1962 year nearly 60% of Florida Cattle
electric kitchens. P, P. covering all of Florida, Alabamaand DEALER FOR:
Phone RO 3-3731. 7. most of Georgia and Missis VAGABOND VINDALE J. D. Sold at Auction

I sippi. One area In north Florida MARLETTE CHAMPION AUCTIONS EVERY TUESDAY
( FOR SALE OR TRADE 2 has recorded 72 days without STEWART PACEMAKER
1 lots highway 441. One a rainfall enough to mea e. 5f00 PETE CLEMONS, MGR PHONE RO 2.5521
lot Small! frame house For Water shortage is acute In
W. Invite you to drop In and tit the all!! new 20-wide OKEECHOBEE, FLORIDA
formation call Pahokee many Florida cities. Lawns and 'It for beauty
Vagabond now en display -- Compare .
; plants show the results of the construction, arrangement and you will agree. that" It i*
continued drouth. Cattlemen are truly the Cadillac of Mobile Homo
FOR RENT 2 rm. furn apt. * .
concerned by the danger of fire
canal. Boat dock. $15 wk. and short paslureage this winter.A ECONOMY MINDED then don't buy until you've seen
brown house Rd. 78, JJ ml. cold winter coupled with the our 1962 50x10 wide, 2 bedroom front kitchen -Champion .
Camp Okeesimmee 10. . pre.finished aluminum . awning windows at
scarcity of pasture could be disastrous
tht low price of $3995,00.
FOR RENT Furnished they say. Water Is no * * * NEW LATEX FLOOR ENAMEL

ment In Seminole problem to agricultural areas WE ALSO.OFFER YOU.. II..T 441
Call RO 3-4476 or Inquire at where Irrigation is practical but 1. 5% BANK FINANCING TUFF
Drive In Theatre after 7 is a serious threat in some of the i'N
p.
SEVEN YEARS
dryer areas. 2. FINANCING UP TO
3. ONE YEAR FREE SERVICE
(4)I
FOR: SALE S Lots, 2 4. LOW INSURANCE RATES G.A.BDlasting
west of Catholic Take.n
Church
:. 5. TOP DOLLAR FOR YOUR TRADE IN
$350 each. Phone ROdeo -
. Inside and Outside
Beauty
after 5. TRAIL WAYS 6. BIG DISCOUNTS 00005 ON CASH DEALS

FOR RENT/ Nice 3 USED TRAILERS e Goes on quickly with brush, roller or spray

house unfurnished. 2 miles W. have a complete lint of used trailers one and two e Painting tools clean in soapy water
city Phone RO 3-4553 or RO bedrooms at reasonable prices - with only 10% down
3134 and small monthly payments. e Dries dust-free in one hour

SHORT ON CASH??????? e Resists acid, grease, oil and gasoline

We'll trade en your used trailer . car . boat . .
Merchandise raj lot ?furniture or equity In your house. Perfect for
MOBILE HOME INSURANCEGood J) Patio
LET'S TRADE MOWERS
Coverages at Reasonable Rates Garage
JUST CALL ROdeo 33134
for a FREE demonstration easiest travelon SHOP BUT DON'T BUY UNTIL YOU'VE SEEN .. laundry
R Breezeway
DIXIE MOBILE HOMES INC.
your lawn. We'll trade on earth Porch
spot Sizes and prices to fit 3221 South Dixie Phone HO 4-1837 TVFFLOOREN

needs. GILBERT'S CONVENIENT NATIONWIDE DEPARTURES SERVICE FORT PIERCE, FLORIDA


SAVE MONEY Benjamin

.
Used Lumbtr, Qoors JACKSONVILLELeave I ? M oore paints

Windows and Other IF YOU
Okee. 12:20 pm 1:30: am NEED A LOAN
Salvage Materials Arrive

EAGLE BAY SALVAGE CO.On Jax MIAMI 6.45p.m.: 7:15 am FOR ANY OF THESE REASONS. BURGESS SUPPLY CO.

State Rd. 78-1 !Ml No.of OKEECHOBEE, FLORIDACentral .,
the KIssimmee River Leave
Mr. Bill .....
See Okee.Arrive 2:15: pm 6:45: am


DAVE'S TRADING Miami 5:50 pm 10:15: am

Radio and T\i Repair O THE CHANGING SCENE

Maytag Washer .."..... $
Electric Stove ................. $ BUS STATIONRO AUTO sO ADQNE ICTA91a y
Zenith TV 17" ?...... $ 3.3615rRJAILWAySQ ;,lie' tORMAt1YlU11NEDMEAIS.sios 0NSI1La '1 -

Baby Bed '.. ............... $18
Kenmore Sew Machine $ \ 'M1 seoNrro''GEEWHRM4.Acaop .
-- Do we HAVE a 1
MARK 78A Mercury ........$ ,. 1 lOEAT
?
MARK 75 ....................$ 1 lUtE'L -= THAT rF
Mark 6A ...................... _' rt '
MARK KG4 ...................$ :
-40 Other Used Motors- c-A !.... : R I yP.Yuy

SPORTSMAN CENTER MEDICAL NEW HOME
3312 Orange Ave.
Fort Pierce p'y'


Business ServiceFOR S RVe 4' RO tail PrBI


REPAIRS on Frlgldalre I

Mayta Appliances call / i,
BERT'S, RO 3.3154.
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4 +
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SEPTIC TANKS and HOME REPAIR BOAT
TRAPS CLEANED' and :
-Phone Okeechobee RO 33734.
Fast neat, low-cott
:PLANS DRAWN for .R ;W [
end Commercial Buildings. I installation. SEE US ABOUT OUR

I; Lasts, Telephone RO 3. Prompt, courteous, BLACK
: Okeechobee. 11.3,10, service.
skillful
LOW-COST FINANCING PLAN I HAS

EmploymentWANTED White Middle I' e Parts.Frlgidilri Precision "ERIK". I IDATs


lady for housekeeping and Advice on adapting NEAR
of one child. Five days a !_
RO Frlgidalre appliancesto OKEECHOBEE RODEO
Call RO 3.3011 days or -
your kitchen. ; IUPN OI/T4U5T sisNTMnr
at night. ; FORT Ovid IN TOPYartt55 Ane aUIL1'IN LFOAe

ALTERATIONS AND Call on the folks who'd slue auserns AND OVINs ENNNCETN.
,.
APPIAMNC5 d moo 51045111.
, MAKING. Gladys Stello. like to call on you! COUNTY BANK
in cabin in rear of P. P.
I Mercantile. East Okeechobee. I GILBERT'S Electric & Gas Co.

) f 19-13113 ) I Phone" I'S541 OKIiCHOfllkeechobee



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SWIFTS PREMIUM PROTEN,TENDERED GRAIN FED HEAVY STEER IB.

, SteakSALE
; TBoneorClubCOPELANDS 98

I ________ a 6

'
3 LB. PKG.

Sausage 0.-
y
$1.00
Bologna
i J-Bone Steak

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I Canned PICNICS Armour's Star 3lb'can $1.69


I
SERVED HOT-TO-GO CHICKEN OR PIG RIBS WHOLE I SUNNYLANDS 2 LB. PKG.
I

I Barbecue $149 FRANKS 89ct

t


.1 B U TT E R $5 Brookfieldquarterswith or more purchase lb. 3 9 CI


I FOR THE SPORTSMAN-NEW A COMPLETE LINE OF ALL VARIETIES AND COLORSRose
I

i 4 AmmunitionAT Bush i

FRESH
FACTORY SUGGESTED SELLING PRICES
STOCK UP NOW. SALE C 0 R N

" M 2s.aik49c 3saik79c 4 Stalk 89c
CARNATION DOZ. 39C
MILK 3 Cans 39C
FOOD KING YELLOW MED.

I'', OLEO 2 lb, 29c ONIONS I
: GARBAGE CANS 20 Gal $199
" WEBBS BEST-LONG GRAIN
3 I 71
lb. Pkg.
RICE I 3 39c
'j PILLSBURY-PLAIN OR SELF RISING Lb. pkq.
FANCYORANGE
FLOUR 5 Lb. 39c
Bag REG.53e ONLY39c
TOMATOES
ANACIN I
: FROZEN BIRDSEYE-6 OZ.
1 19c I
JUICE 4 79c Lb. Cello Box
cans REG.69c GILLETTE SUPER ONLY
BLUE BLADES 49c FLA. SWEET

FROZEN.BIRDSEYE-10 OZ. ORANGES
Sliced Strawberries 3 69c
For CLOROX Gallon 49c
5 Lb. Bag 39

FROZEN BIRDSEYE-9 OZ. LIQUID ALL FLAVORSMETRECAL FLORIDA

FRENCH FRIES 2 For 33c 6 Can Cln. 1.55 GRAPEFRUIT

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I PRICES ADVERTISED E 0 0I E S FLA.EACH PERSIAN SC


GOOD SATURDAYNOVEMBER. THROUGH SUPER- MARKET, L I M E S'
E.H Hargraves Owner
4th 6 AM.to 9 P.M. 7 Days Weekly 29c
Phone RO 3.3821 East Okeechobee DOZ

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