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Title: The Okeechobee news
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Language: English
Publisher: The Okeechobee Publishers, Inc.
Place of Publication: Okeechobee Fla
Creation Date: December 1, 1961
Publication Date: -1992
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:.. MOOR..1iI I Volume 51-Number 21 Okttchobe., Florida, Friday, December 1, 1961 Telephone ROdeo 3.3134 and 3-3133 lOc Per Copy

We are dedicating a new hospital

Sunday and it Is the privilege .

1 of every(prehaps resident even to be the present duty), Commission Two AccidentsReported ; First For Okeechobee Retired JayCees To Handle

l to Inspect what our hospital By

board provided and county for commissionershave the sick of Has Small Trooper Dufore Louisiana Raulerson Grocer Dedication Ceremonies

our community. We've watched Three elderly people were admitted
the progress of the new installation to the Louisiana Hauler-
from the leveling of the SOIl hospital following an accidentlast Okeechobee had long been In The Okeechobee Junior Cham- Traffic details will be handledber
AgendaThe
ground to the Dies HereRosary of Commerce were request- American Legion Auxiliary
near-completion Wednesday 21 miles northof need of a hospital. It was some by
and are convinced It Is the finest Okeechobee. Fulford 40 miles to the nearest hospital, ed by the hospital board to as- police The high school band has
hospital in South Florida. Board of Edna sume the responsibility of the .
M.
of
County Commissioners Boyd Pompano consented to furnish music for
In Fort Pierce. When an emergency was said for John David -
There Is no guess-work on this had Beach dedication program of the new
a relatively short driving north In a 1957 '
McCarthy at the Yates Funeral the "Miss Flame"
" arose it was an hour and a December 3, the occasion;
building. Everything Is plan. session Ford General Hospital.
Tuesday. It was a four. station wagon, lost con in
AcquittedIt Chapel Okeechobee at
ned to the tiniest detail and W. man board John Pearce being trol as she pulled out to pass and ) half or two hours to the hospital. 8 o'clock for 1961. contest finalists have been pre
W. Arnold, the builder says It in Washington, D. C. on business rolled over two times landing in For a town of over 2,500 people John David Wednesday evening The JayCees agreed to take vailed upon to act as guides for
I II the finest building he has ever Commissioner Hiram H. Hauler- the left hand ditch. Apparently took a six-man jury jury this created quite a problem.A McCarthy age 75, on the task and have worked tours of inspection of the new
who died at his home In this
built. We already have the best son assumed the chair. the front wheel dropped off the seven minutes Tuesday to group of energetic citizens city diligently, coming up with a well hospital. The Central Electric
hospital staff annd the best doctors The Board approved a plat for : pavement and skidded as she acquit Murray Fulford and started pushing for a hospital and Monday night, November 27. co-ordinated program with faIs supplying the public address)

for any community of sinv Taylor Creek Estates as openIng whipped it back toward the center Ivan Hill, both of Okeechobee, In 1947, shortly after World WarII miller and Interesting speakers. system. A vote of appreciationThey
liar size In America. It's true, the business.T. II of the road. Riding with her of charges they were In possession construction of a hospital for have enlisted the aid ot Is cast for landscape architect

personel has been handicappedby W. Conley representing Max 1 were Edith Junghans, age 71, of of a still making moon the town was started, with the other Individuals and organlza- Griffin C. Floyd, from the Flor-

S lack of equipment and lackof Jettman properties, told the I Lancaster, Pa., and Harry R. shine on June 24, 1959 aid of $25000, race track funds, tions to make the dedication a Ida School for Boys at Okee-

space, but there never has board that land measuring 175 Boyd, age 73, of Pompano Beach. Sheriff Jack McPherson testified contributed by the state. success. chobee.

been a lack of attention.We acres had been assessed at AU three occupants of the car he saw the two men In the vicinity The cost was to reach $53,000

have been a patient thereon 220 acres. The board voted to were thrown out. The driver suf. of the still, heard the pump and two years were required to The ProgramMusic

two or three occasions and correct the error on recommendation fered a broken leg, cuts and equipment being run and saw the finish construction due to a short by:

recall one time asking a nurseIf of the county surveyor. Dairy bruises. Mrs. Junghans also hada two go to the still at dawn that age of materials caused by the Okeechobee High School Band

we were the only patient. "Oh Center, Inc., protested tax as excessive broken leg cuts and bruises. day, leave It after 4 p.m. war. Hiram Raulerson, then a I Director
no, she" said "there are eight on land north of town Boyd's shoulder was dislocatedand And State Alcoholic Beverage member of the hospital board, Fred Humphrey,

other patients." Then why are since the land isn't being used he also was cut and bruised. Agent D. E. Glass testified that 1 made an appeal to U. S. Senator Welcome:

we getting so much attention?" by the company. The county Edna Boyd was charged with he, too, saw about the same Claude Pepper, who helped to secure Marvin Arrants, Master of Ceremonies

Sh" was nonchalant "We Just board stated they were not em failing to have his car under thing. war surplus equipment for Invocation

look after our patients" she powered to change tin assess. control. The car was a total loss. Fulford testified that he helped 'I the new hospital. Much of that Rev. Cooper Marshall
Is still in
original equipment use.
aid. ment and it was a matter for the Florida Highway Patrol Trooper McPherson and Deputy Sheriff First Baptist Church
In the past, hundreds of people board of equalization. An er- D. H Dufore was the investigating Jack Collier and Glass load 42 The first hospital for Okeechobee -
named the Louisiana Flag Raising:
have gone out of town for ronlous assessment on Allen B. officer five.gallon. containers of 'shine Into was Memorial Post
Raulerson Hospital, after Louisiana American Legion Okeechobee
hospital treatment because Morford property was correctedby Trooper Dufore also was investigating a car for a trip to the county
there was no room here. That Is I the county board. officer of an accidentat jail after it was seized at the wife of Peter Raulerson No. 64, Vincent Boromel, Commander
first white settlers at what was
no longer necessary. We have The board voted three to one the junction of tate roads 70 house on the old Potter place, to become Okeechobee. That Is I J. D. McCarthy Introductions and Remarks:

everything now. Come see for to accept a right of way of not and 710 Sunday. A 1958 Ford about 10 miles north of Okeecho a story In itself and is so written. 'I Mr. McCarthy was a long.time James A. Horton, M.D., Chief of StaffW.

yourself Sunday. less than 70 feet and agreed to truck belonging to McArthur'i bee City on U.S. 441. The new hospital was not overcrowded merchant In Okeechobee coming Allen Markham, Rep., Okeechobee County

build a passable road on the old Dairy and driven by Chalmers Hill denied even being In the In the early years. At here from Spaulding, Nebraska Dedication Address:
Because Okeechobee County Seaboard railroad right of Green of Okeechobee vicinity of the place on June 19
way rolled
over times no doctor was available in 1917, where he opened a grocery James Cook, M.D.
is surrounded by counties that north of town. The road will on state road 70 as it turned through 23, and said he had returned Several were in the area but store and' had operated of General Practice
permit the sale of beer Sun from working In Lakelandto President, Florida Academy .
on connect Dark Hammock road from road 710. '
until Dr. Bruce
none permanently the. same store for the past 44 j ., '
,, nsjftfrw
James ''A. M.C. ,
days, the commissionershave and meet Fulford at' the Rotter Honorable Haley, "
county Orange Avenue extension Green said the brake 'on the If. Mills came lodre In 1956. lie] years until his retirement a
reversed a previous decision Charles Harvey voted against it. truck were faulty and that he :place to consumate the sale of a was first ChieJ .of Staff at the month ago. The store was pat Congressman, 7th District . -
and now will allow beer sales He stated the right of way should rounded the turn on 710 at the horse late the afternoon of June Louisiana Raulerson Hospital ronized by white, Indian and Presentation of Key to Building:

I after 1 p.m. and until 12 p.m. be inspected before acceptance.It Junction too fast. Mitchel Green, 24. Present Chief of Staff is Dr. colored and each day Billy Bow- Charles H. McCauley, Architect

'J on Sundays. Whmile we think all was agreed to Install a culvert riding with him, was slightly In. Asst. State Ally. Charles R. P. James Horton. legs could be seen sitting on the \V. W Arnold, Contractor

taverns should be closed all dayon on a road at Hodges sub- jured. The truck was damaged Brown handled the prosecution Doctors In the area who served bench In front of the store. John Roe Sr. Chairman Board of TrusteesJ.
Sundays. While we think all division providing the land owner an estimated $100 and there was and in his summation, pointedout at the hospital since 1949 Include He is survived by his widow ,

to have beer sales in some counties furnished the culvert. I $200 damage to the furniture being there were four vats all Dr. Dudley, who, though retired, Mrs. Cellla McCarthy, who wasa C. Simonds, Jr., Administrator

and not In others. We further The board voted three to one moved on the truck. Green working! and pointed to testimonythat often served In emergencies, Dr. partner In the store operation Benediction:

believe that if the county ] to allow Richard Hare to con was charged with driving too placed Fulford coming out Eisenman, Dr. Nesbitt. Dr. three brothers, Joseph of Greely, Rev. M. M. MartinIndependent

Is to permit Sunday sales the tinue three days a week on the fast for conditions. I of the palmetto brush smelling of Rowe. Dr. Rogero Dr. McDer Nebr., Lee of Spaulding, Nebr., Baptist Church

city should do the same. Some county payroll until Jan. 1.I Dufore recommended that speed mash his head covered with a mid. Dr. Williamson Dr. Hamil and Daniel B. of Okeechobee Cutting of Ribbon-Opening of Doors:

taverns remained closed on Sun. Charles Harvey cast the dissenting limit approaclilng! the junction handkerchief, hot and sweaty. ton Dr. Mills, Dr. Horton Dr. who recently retired as head of Chairman CommissionersJohn
I John F. Pearce County
days even when It was lawfulto vote. be lowered. The junction was But Atty. C. R. (Pete) McDon. Johnston and the cities newest the Glades Gas Co. ,
I aid of Fort Pierce, who defended Roe, Sr., Chairman, Board of Trustees ,
remain open and we think The State Road Departmentasked engineered for greater safety practitioner Dr. Raulerson. a Six sisters survive: Mrs. Margaret -
some sold despite the law. But the commission by letter I last summer but a 45 mile speed both Hill and Fulford. pointed to great grandson of Louisiana Rau Logsden of Hastings Nebr., Public Inspection of Hospital I'

to be fair, the city and county to clarify their request for side limit remains, at the approachon testimony by E. H. Miller, a for. lerson. Mrs. Helen Griser of North C S C C e S

should get together on regulations walk, curb and gutter on Third 710. mer State Beverage agent at The original hospital board was I Platte, Nebr., Miss Frances, HOSPITAL ACTIVITIES

then enforce the law as street. They recommended that Florida Highway Patrol Trooper Lakeland, now at Tallahassee, composed of Hiram H. Raulerson I Miss Florence and Miss Gene- Under the direction of: I
it Is made. sidewalks be built on both sides Wilbur Woods reported two and said there could be a rea Alto Watford Sr., Dave Coker S. : vieve McCarthy of Spaulding. AdministratorMrs.
C. Simonds Jr.
sonable doubt that Hill was there Rlafsnider and E. M. Meserve.No J. ,
of the street as right of way has accidents last week. R. Nebr., and Mrs. Loretta Daley of
already been obtained. A trailer broke loose from a that the man he saw merely resembled record could be found of I Burwell, Nebr. Dolores Coker, Director of Nurses I

An Okeechobee newsboy, the Permission for a boat ramp 1958 International tractor 15 miles Hill. the first nurses who attended the He member of Mrs. Ruth Cone, Office Manager
was a long
smallest of the eight who sell wa granted on Taylor creek by north or Okeechobee last Wed The jury believed him. hospital. The first registerednurse I standing of the Catholic Faith James Mulunix, Laboratory and X-Ray I

papers had on the bad streets luck last on Thurs week. the State Road Department providing nesday noon and ran Into the McPherson said the reason the was Betty Jane Whidden and was a founder In the Sacred Robert Bell and John Hostetter,
days, that (1)) it Is built to State side ditch causing $200 damageto two men were allowed to operate now married to Johnny Davis Heart Catholic Church of this Contributing Pharmacists
He sold his twenty papers but Road Department specifications, the trailer. William Wilson of the still and fill jugs and and the mother of three children
city. and was Instrumental In
when he went to pay his bill he. ((2)) the county maintains It, ((3) Douglas, Georgia, was the driverof tin all day long was because Marty, Jeffrey and Melissa the erection of the new edifice BOARD OF TRUSTEES OF I
found he had lost dollar
a paper I it Is open to the public, and ((4) the rig. There were no Injuries.No there was a clearing that he and The hospital was planned for I which was completed last year. OKEECHOBEE GENERAL HOSPITAL
A frantic search was made I
Glass would have had to cross 12.bed hospital, but in recent
no concessions are allowed on charges made. a
were Funeral services held at W. Leon
were John Roe Sr. Chairman Yeilding
through his clothing, but failed ,
had raided It while the has had 28
they men as as
I the right of years many
About
way 6 last
to produce it and he retraced p. m Thursday, 10:30 on Thursday at the Sacred Claude Holcomb Sec. Treas. \V. Osee Jeffers \
R. E. Hamrick appeared before Venita Alridge of Okeechobee were at work. patients at one time, making it I, ,
Heart Church in Okeechobee
his route without success. So, if "We afraid they'd Into : for several to be placed T. W. Conely Jr., Attorney A. W. Davis
the board to demand that a fence stopped on U. S. 98 nine miles were run necessary with burial in the Evergreen I
bill last
found dolllar
anyone a that had been covered by soil north of town because of trouble the swamps and we'd never In the halls. Cemetery. Past Trustee
week it belongs to little Mark them," he said. "We decidedto Mrs Lena Singletary was the
get
through the Taylor creek swampon with the 1952 Podge truck she Active pallbearers were Bill
Delaney.The road be wait for them to come out." first patient Ir the new ln 'titu- MEDICAL STAFF
the re
I cemetary was driving. It had been rainingand Ford, C. L. Box Robert Bur
II I placed. He was very definite in the pavement was slick. Judge Wallace Sample was on tion. She was admitted on January gess Gino Boromel Joe Jones, Physicians:

community was saddened stating what he expected from Rex Watterman of Lake Worth, the bench, and he stopped several 15, 1949. The second patient and Jack Gavin. James A. Horton, M.D., Chief of Staff

Tuesday by news of the death of who ever was responsible. Since In a 1959 Chevrolet came up clashes between opposing I was not until January 24. Dr. Honorary pallbearers were Ernest Steve R. Johnston, M.D. I

J D. McCarthy, pioneer Okee. the contractor has finished and behind the truck and because of counsel. Cisenmann: was the attending Hunt, Newt Stewart Hiram Bruce E. Mills, M.D.

chobee resident known to all of gone the responsibility apparently the near dark and condition of Lerois Blount a mechanic was I physician. H Raulerson Jackson Davis, R. H. H. Raulerson Jr. M.D.
,
ui as "Mr. Mac". Mr. and Mrs. falls on the counnty there. the road didn't see the truck in elected foreman of the jury, It was nearly four months later M. Durrance, Frank Altobello .
which included Robert Arnold, a I that the first baby was born In I Dentist: f
McCarthy operated a grocery fore the board agreed to replacethe time to avoid the crash. Char- Frank Arthur, Arthur Raulerson
store here in the same location fence. lene Alridge, still In the truck rancher; Zibe K. Williams a I the new hospital. On May 6, 1949, Ray Raulerson, Pat Gaughon Otis E. James. DDS.COUNTY .

for 44 years closing the store The board authorized a center wa thrown forward and suffer- rancher, David E. Raulerson, Joy Jo Louise Carver 8 pounds Roger Poitrain and Roger Bou- COMMISSIONERSJohn ,
and retiring only four weeks ago. line survey on the Corbett Nor ed a cut on the forehead that rancher; Sam Thomas, a heavy four ounces, was born to Mr. and I drain.
They built a new home here In man road. They voted to movea required several stitches to close. equipment operator and brotherof Mrs. Wilbur Franklin Carver. Dr. i F. Pearce Charles Harvey
of .Okeechobee's chief of police Nesbitt attended the Infant and I II R. J. Robinson Morise Thomas \
1923 and have lived there ever fence from the right way. Venita Alridge, standing by the ;
since. The McCarthy's came to truck, was thrown down and received and Roger Jones an outboard I the mother, Naomi Carver. Bronson Speaks II. H. Raulerson J. M. Hayes //1
: motor and boat livery operator. From January 15, 1949, to November -
Lee Huts''Past
know everyone in the area and severe bruises. The truck L. E. Herbert II
were loved and respected by all. Annual Powder I was damaged about $25 and the I 24, 1961 the hospital has Before Rotarians Commissioners I''
had a total of 7,603 patients. It
Mr McCarthy had a fine sense i car $400. She was charged with .
Fl'NERAL SERVICES HELD
Puff Game I became increasingly evident in Sen. Irlo Bronson speaking
humor. We recall a story of Improper parking.
of FOR KENNETH W. VICKERS recent years that the town had before the Rotary club here told Last Rites Held Thanksgiving
an event that happened many Will Be Dec. 7 Graveslde services were held
outgrown the hospital. Plans to of problems the state legislature ,
years ago, back during depression Nov. 22 at the Evergreen Cemetery Funeral services held Sat Gift
Raulerson were
and a The anuual Powder Puff Football DistrictConference add to the Louisiana faced In Its last session in raisIng Enjoyed '
days. Mr. McCarthy In Okeechobee for Keneth I' Hospital were discarded In favor sufficient tax money to meet urday at 1:00: p.m. in Fort Plrece
the 0"
Game sponsored by
alone In the The 14 children at the Real
clerk were sitting Wayne Vickers, Infant son of of a new hospital. December the needs of fast-growing Florida.He for Ross Bowen, who was the
which due to circumstances, Club of the Okeechobee High Life Children's Ranch, and their
store Mr and Mrs. Gene Vickers. .
3, 1961 the new Okeechobee General told of the steadily-Increasing object of an extensive search last
stockefl. School, will be played Dec. 7 at houseparents, Mr. and Mrs. Ole
was rather sparsely The District Conference of the Services held at 4 o'clock
were Hospital will be dedicated, costs of school maintenance roads June, when he wandered away I
They spotted a mouse on one of 7:3C p. m. at the football field. Methodist church Is to be held with the Rev. Teddy Greenberg- Kvlstad, report they had a won
and the service of the old buildIng police activities, and all state operated from his trailor home about seven
the shelves and Mr. McCarthy The two powder puff teams are Tuesday, Dec. 5 at Belle Glade. er officiating with Yates Funeral as a hospital will end. It functions.Sen. miles north of town derful Thanksgiving, with gifts
rifle and named the Cows and the Heifers of a turkey from the Three Score ,
picked up an unloaded The meetings are to begin at 9:00: Home handling arrangements. will not fall Into disuse and obscurity Bronson pointed out that The body was discovered about
animal. As and are coached by Wally Harvey and Ten Club, and a gift of food
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'at the tiny s m. Rev. V. J. Ragsdale announced Include besides
pointed The survivors however. It will still continue about 65 per cent of taxes col. two weeks ago by a rancher.
the mouse fell off the and Alec Fulford. that all and and a turkey from the Church of
he did so delegates the parents, the paternal I
Admission to serve the community it lected In the state are used for Funeral arrangements were delayed -
is invited. the Brethren. The children said
shelf, stone dead. "Malnutrition". Everyone official members are urged to grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. J. I
has served so well, as an annexto educational purposes and discussed due to difficulty in locating
adults
75 cents for thankful for all their \
with grin. prices are attend. they were
said a
Mr. McCarthy K. Vickers, and the maternal '
the Okeechobee county court the merits of an across-the- relatives. The family lived in
for students. friends.
Oh, yes, the clerk was Carl and 50 cents grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Wallace house. board sales tax as compared to Ontario, Canada, and winteredIn many

Stello. WIN TRIP TO NASSAUMr. Lamb.SIIARLENE. I' Increased ad velorum taxes. Florida, and it It persumed the

To Attend Meet and Mrs. Milton Rhoden, He was Introduced by Rep. W, family were enroute to Flor. INFANT DIES I

both former residents of Okee HUDSON TAKEN TO REST HOME Allen Markham, Rotary program ida when the body was discov LN GERMANY I
Omar Improving W. Allen Markham and J. 0. chobee, have returned from a RETURNS HOME Mrs. Nora Bachand was taken chairman. ered. Relatives here received word

Omar L. Hunt who underwent Pearce, Jr., will attend a meeting trip to Nassau. The trip was Sharlene Hudson, year-old by ambulance to a rest home in A sister was located In St. this week of the death of the one- I

a major operation a few weeks of the Florida Agricultural won by Mrs. Rhoden In a sales daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Earnest Sarasota on Sunday, November IN VETERANS' HOSPITAL Petersburg, and she 'made the day-old Infant daughter of SPS !

ago at a Lakeland hospital. Is Council In Tallahassee Tuesday.The contest sponsored by a jewelry Hudson, returned home from 19, She had suffered a broken Bill Sheffield Is reported somewhat final arrangements. and Mrs. Larry Smith. The infant

able to be out and around aaln.1 council Is made up of 20 company for which she Is a dem a Fort Pierce hospital on Tuesday hip and other Injuries In a fall Improved from a stroke he I was born In Frankfurt, Germany

It Is said his recovery has members representing the varl onstrator. Nov. 28, after being hospitalized several months ago, and had suffered about a month ago. He IMPROVING November 19, and was

far more rapid than usual in such ous phases of agriculture In the Mrs. Rhoden is the former for a month. I been a patient at the home of had been a'patient In a Deland Elmer Bass, who suffered a severe named Melissa Kaye. Mrs. Smith

cases. Hunt expects to returnto state. Charlotte Waldron, daughter of She Is reported "getting along 'Mr. and Mrs. Mack Klnsaul. Mrs. hospital, but was transferred November heart attack a few weeks the mother of the Infant Is a

his office soon to work a few Markham represents vegetable Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Waldron.He fine" and expects to return to Bachand was supervisor of registration 15 to the Veterans Hospital ego, is reported improving lie sister of Mrs. Bill Hendry.

hours each day. He Is the Coun growers, and Pearce, beef pro- Is the IOn of Mr. and Mrs. school about the middle of Jan In Okeechobee county at Lake City. He Is a patient Is a patient In an Orlando hose Surviving besides the parentsare

ty School Superintendent. duction. J. R. Rhoden. uary. for several years. In Ward 8. two brothers.
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: Ck tchobe New, Friday, Dee 1, 1961 I South boundary of Sixth Street LEGAL NOTICE I, Plaintiff I Sunday School 8:45 p m. I IC Bible Training, 6.45: p. m. SACRED HEART
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thence run East along South NOTICE OF INTENTION TO vsALBERTA .. ... .. .. I A. Youth I 7:30: pm. Tuesday Sunday evening worship, 7.00: CATHOLIC CHURCH
son, 0. W, Wright and If married boundary of Sixth Street AMEND CITY ZONING WILSON RANDOLPH | Morning Worship. 1100: a.m. Teachers meeting. Wednesday I
I Sunday Mass, 9.00: a. m.
LEGALSIN I Mrs. 0. W. Wright: the residences 71.23 feet to a point; thence ORDINANCE 271 Defendant Evaneglifttlo Rally 7.30: pm. 7.00: p. m.
Service
Rosary 7:30: p. m.
arirl post office addresses of eachof run South on a line parallel to NOTICE li hereby given that NOTICE OF SLIT Wednesday Prayer Meeting and Wednesday evening worship ser '.".,
THE CIRCUIT COURT OF, said named defendants being tho East boundary of Par the City Council of the City of THE STATE OR FLORIDATO Bible Study 7:30 pm. vice, 7:30 p. m. Evening Mass, 7:00: p. m.-, first ..

THE NINTII JUDICIAL CIRCUIT unknown. rott Avenue 183.7 feet to a Okeechobee Florida, a municipal :- Men's Prayer Meeting, Saturday Friday <
OF FLORIDA IN AND AND TO: AU parties claimingany point; being 16.S 'cet North corporation will consider re.oiilng Alberta Wilson Randolph THE CHURCH OF GOD evening 7:30: p. m. Catechism, J.O: a. m. Saturday ,. aNow's

FOR OKEECIIOBEE COUNTY Interest by through, under of the South boundary of Lot (. from RESIDENTIAL Residence Unknown. Kev Dewey Herndon

IN CHANCERY. 01 against the ibove named Defendants 6, of Block 287 aforesaid, to COMMERCIAL and to amend You are hereby notified that Sunday School 10:0 Oa. m. iI
CASE NO. 1895 or either of them. thence East line the been filed 11:00
run on a parallel accordingly Comprehensive a suit has against you Worship Service a. m.
SUIT TO QUIET TITLE AND TO: All parties having or to the South boundary Zunlnf Ordinance 271 adopted November In the above entitled Cause and Evangelistic Service, Sunday evening '

GILBERT CULBRETH IN. claiming! to have any right titleor I of Lot 6 aforesaid 71.25 feet 21, 1955 the following de you are hereby required to serve 7:00 p. m. the time to have your

VESTMENTS INC., a Florida Interest In and to the following more or less to the East scribed real property situate, upon the Clerk of the Court of Prayer Service Tuesday evening "'.

corporation.. described property, or any part, boundary of Lot t aforesaid; lying and being within the corporate Okeechobee County, Florida and 730.: engine
Plaintiffvs. thereof situate lying and being thence run South along East limits of the City of Okeechobee upon Plaintiff's Attorney, Char Youth Service Tuesday 7:30. Briggs & Strotton

In Okeechobee County Florida, boundary of Lot A to the Southeast Florida to-wil: If 1 !> P. Benton 414 North 8th St., Young People's meeting each 7.

C L. HARPER and to-wit: corner thereof; thencerun Lots 3 and 10, BlocK 216 First Fort Pierce, Florida, your written Thursday evening at 730.: checked by
RUBY HARPER his wife, et al.! TRACT 1.: Begin at SW West along South boundary Addition to City of Jkeechobee I defenses, if any to the Bill of
defendants. corner of Block 207, First Ad. of Lot 6 In Complaint tn said suit Copy of our experts i r r t
- 142.5 feet moreor and that a public hearing relation FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH
NOTICE OF SLIT dillon to the Town of Okce less to the Intersectionwith thereto will be held at 7.00: which Is delivered to you on or Cooper Marshall, Pastor ..

IN TilE NAME OF THE STATEOF chobee, according to plat the East boundary of P. M. on the 5th day of December, before January 2, 1962. Sunday School "" .... 9.45 p.m. Prmntl't molnttmnctIncr.oi.i .
FLORIDA: thereof recorded In Plat Book Herein fail not or degree Pro , itrvkt lilt by rt rt and
Parrott Avenue; thence run 1961 In the City Council room. Morning Worship 11 00 a.m. r , elan vw vebr (intranet
TC THE DEFENDANTS: 2, page 26 public records ofSt. North along East boundary City Hall, Okeechobee. Florida, atwhich Confesso will be entered againstyou Tiainlng Union .... 6:30: pm. of wan tompl.t.ly dtpfndobla enroll.i.
C.L. Harper and Ruby Harper, Lucie County Florida and of for the relief prayed In the 00' W,o/l.rkubd.r.rlnndnechenk.
Parrott Avenue 16.3 feet time all parties In Interest ,, 7.30 .m. irnlhedl.Ctl .
Evening Worship :
p and factory
.arlginol corn
his vlfe:: II. B. Harper, and If run North along East bound to the point of beginning. and citizens shall have an oppor B'11 of Complaint.The Wednesday Evening fafar errrend pr.N. hv..

married, Mrs. H. B. Harper: Dry of Parrott Avenue 116.3 TRACT II: Lot 8, Block 207. tunity to be heaid. 'nature of said suit being 7:30:
J Kirkland and Reba A'I feet for a point of beginning: First Addition to the Town of Please govern yourselves accordingly for divorce. Prayer p.m.

his wife; Harold Robertson Thence continue North 183.7 Okeechobee as per plat recorded Witness my hand and the Seal GILBERT'SABSOLUTELY
11 married Mrs. Harold feet more or less, to the in Plat Book 2, page CLAUDE GARDNER of said court at Okeechobee Flor FIRST MISSIONARY BAPTIST I

26. public records of St. Lucie President City Council Ida, this 24 day of November, A. CHURCH OP BASINGER
Damon B. Walkr, Pester
County, Florida. City of Okeechobee D., 1961.
Sunday School, 10 a. m.
TRACT III: Lots 1 and 2 of Okeechobee, Florida HAYNES E. WILLIAMS
Morning Worship Service, 11. NEW NO SUCH OFFER HAS
Clerk of Circuit Court -
FERGUSON PLUMBINGAND Block:! 138 of the Town of ATTEST:
Okeechobee according tr plat LORENA SPIVEY for Okeechobee Florida Training Union Sunday evenIng EVER BEEN MADE IN FLORIDA ON SUCH

thereof recorded in Plat Book City Clerk HAYNES E. WILLIAMS 6:30: p. m. BEAUTIFUL ACREAGE. CLOSE TO CITY ON U.S.
ELECTRIC Sunday evening worship serVices -
2, page 17, public records of City of Okeechobee CHARLES P. BENTON 441. ALREADY PLATTED AND LOT LINES
414 North 8th Street 7:30.Wednesday
St. Lucie County, Florida. Okeechobee Florida
ELEC
BUILT.
Florida evening worship MARKED. ROADS ALREADY
BATHROOM SET COMPLETE YOU and each of you are Publish Nov. 1724. Dec. 1, 1961 Fort Pierce
Dec. 1-8-15-22 services, 730.:
TRICITY AVAILABLE.
notified that a suit to quiet titleas The: Okeechobee News
to the above described property The Okeechobee NewsCjllll'Cjl

$129.50 has been filed against you and NOTICE (IIUKCl OF TilE BRETHREN V/4! ACRESNOW

you are hereby required to servea UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW Notes T. C. Rohrcr Pastor

copy of your answer to the com NOTICE Is hereby given that CHURCH OF OUR SAVIOUR Sunday School 10 a. m. ONLY $12.50 DOWN-$12.50 Month

plaint on the plaintiff's attorney the undersigned pursuant to the 11 m.
WE HAVE REPLACED OUR PIPE CUTTING EPISCOPAL Preaching a.
ACRESNOW
T. W. Conely Jr., P. 0. Box 608, "Fictitious Name Statute", House 2
MACHINE (LOST IN THE FIRE) WITH A Father George Cave C.B.Y.F., 6:30: p. m.
Okeechobee Florida and to file Ball 1173, Chapter 20953 Laws of 10 Evening service 7.30: p. m. DOWN-$25.00 Month
morning ,
Sunday a. m servo ONLY $25.00
ONE. PIPE
MODERN CUT TO FIT
NEW, I the original In the office of the Florida 1941. and (House Bill ice of Holy Communion. Wednesday prayer meeting 7:30:

PERFECTLY. I II Clerk of Circuit Court Okecho- 1102. Chapter 26760, 1951. amend. Wednesdays and Holy Days, INDEPENDENT MISSIONARY 5 ACRESNOW
I bee County. Florida, on or before ing BfiS.09(33)( ), will register with 9 a. m.ASSEMBLY. BAPTIST CHURCH
FERGUSON PLUMBINGAND the 14th day of December the Clerk of the Circuit Court in Rev. M. M. Martin Pastor. ONLY $50.00 DOWN-$50.00 Month
\. D. otherwise the and for Okeechobee County Florida .
( 1961 allegations OF GOD CHURCH Sunday School 10 a. m.
In said Bill of Complaint upon receipt of proof of thepubilcatlos Rv. A. P. Jensen Worship Hour 11:00 Oa. m.
ELECTRICCALL will be taken ai confessed by of this note, the fictitious WHISPERINGPINES

: I. name, to-wit::
DAY OR NIGHT you.DATED this 14th day of November GEORGIA BOY'S REDUCED PRICES
SPREADER SERVICE
1 1961.cClrcult .
DAY PHONE . . . . . ROdeo 3.4622 Court Seal)) under whicto! we expect to engage ONTreasure

NIGHT PHONE . . . . ROdeo 3.3057 HAYNES E. WILLIAMS In business in Okeechobee county. Island
Clerk of Circuit Court That the parties Interested In I

9th St. Northwest Corner of the Courthouse By HAZEL WILLIAMS said business enterprise are:

Deputy Clerk M. C. Chambley LOTSLOCATED HODGES & SON
OKEECHOBEE FLORIDA E. B. I
]Pub Nov. 17 24, Dec. 1, 8, 1961 Chambley
rho Okeechobee News Dated at Okeechobee Okee ON 70-FT. CANALS, 18'/a FT. DEEP, Phone ROdeo 3-4119

chobee County, Florida, this the ON GOOD HARD STREETS. WATER TRANSPOR
7Ji day of Nevember 1961.
LEGAL NOTICE TATION DO YOUR SHOPPING FROM YOUR Simply call us-we will show you these beautiful sites
M. C. Chambley partner.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN Pub. Nov. 10, 17, 24, Dec. 1, 1961 BOAT WHICH YOU CAN DOCK ON YOUR OWN
I that the Council of the
: City Cityf
II The Okeechobee NewsIN PROPERTY. BEST FRESH WATER FISHING IN
IC Okeechobee Florida will re-
cci\! sealed bids for the purchase FLORIDA.
THE CIRCUIT COURT OF" . . .
of Cadillac jf the following vehicle: I ONLY . 41x a
Best .
Service- THE NINTH: JUDICIAL CIRCUIT -
1.2 ton, short wheel base .
I\ AND: FOR-OKEE
truck two speed axle, 8.25x .
.
CHOBEE COUNTY FLOR
20 10-ply rear tires IDA. l'l'CIIA."iCERY.. CASE $30000DDWN CENTRAL ELECTRIC \
Factory Trained Mechanics and 7.SO x 20 8-ply front tires
NO. 1892.
e
directional signal power .
NOTICE OF SUIT '
take off and Installation of introduces ..
I IN RE: ADOPTIQN OF 10 MONTH .
Original Equipment Parts (city owned) dump body. BABY BATTLES by $30.00 PER

Said bids will be opened in the EDWIN . . . . . .
I Council Chamber In the City Hall CHARLES wife JACQUELINE PARKEIISONar.c' LEE : THE FIRST TV ANTENNA : :,

J in Okeechobee, Florida. at 7.00f :
JJ J f. m. on Tuesday December 3, PARKERSON.petitioners.TO his wife, HODGES & SON '

1 1961.[ The Council reserves the EUGENE BATTLES : EVER DESIGNED FOR t

Reed-Haughton Motors I right to reject: any and all bids. whose address is unknown. ,

CLAUDE GARDNER YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED ROdeo 3-4119 uninterrupted, _
President, City Council that petition for adoption
a
City of Okeechobee has been filed in regard to BABY A PHONE CALL WILL BRING US TO YOU. WE'LLBE topflight performance in _

CADILLAC-PONTIAC DEALERS Okeechobee, Florida BATTLES in the above styled HAPPY TO SHOW YOU THIS PROPERTY.CATFISH .

ATTEST: Court and you are required to SALT-WATER AREAS Z
LORENA SPIVEY
serve a copy of your Answer or
4th
621 South Street
City Clerk other pleading to said petition on

HO 1.6060 Fort Pierce, Florida City of Okeechobee the plaintiff's attorney JOHN H. .' .!" g .
Okeechobee, Florida .
TREADWELL III. of 12.14 North ,
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Publish Nov. 17, 24: Dec. 1, 1961 DeSoto Avenue Arcadia Florida, (. l' 'I * .

The Okeechobee News and file the original Answer or t .

other pleading in the office of 1
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HUSH PUPPIES-COLE SLAW ; 1
fore the 22nd day of December .
A. D. 1961 and if you fall so to AND .tlft.

do a decree pro confesso will be SWEET TATERS ; CHANNELMASTER'
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Under Fictitious Name Lea

II' 'I NOTICE Is hereby given that SAFE DRIVERS ,

the undersigned pursuant to the

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Bill 1175 Chapter 20953. Laws of FORT SERVICE

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It Through The Service Page From Businessmen You Can TrustOkeechobee

i.

News, Friday, Dee 1, 1961 Page 3 and two turkeys, a 18 pound
gobbler and a seven pound hen,I A Call To The People pretatlon to show us how these Jeff Rankin was In Orlando Mr. and Mrs. Clark McIntyre
I last! week_ end. All by himself, decisions have crashed headlong from Thursday to Saturday even and children Alice, Pike, Reba
into and ridden roughshod over ing, where he I
too. His dad stationed the ,four attended the State and Susan have returned to "
boys at Indian Hammock and By NELL D. KERRA ALTER OR ABOLISH IT". the latter part of Art. IH, Sec 8? Youth Convention of the First their home In Oklahoma after*

HOOK LYIN' went In to drive. The buck came call not to arms, not to We do not need to abolish our The violation Is spelled out In Church of God. spending several weeks' her. t tJ

past young Ronald and he down. personality, position, or politics, government but we do need des. sevea bold letter, the penalty
qs r iz ed him with three quick shots not to parlsher or president, but perately to alter some phases of clearly stated in Art H, Sec. 4. J
to principle and to the The court of trial la the Senate
it
from Peoplein that have become weak
a 20-guage()
automatic
AND Next
LUREBy
whom, after all, resides the through abuse of the and the judge and the jury ,
day he downed the two turkeys, powers originally j
He sure Is one proud boy. The authority. THIS, America must granted. A glaring ex- the People of the United States FOR SALE
realize for if America is to be Watch this column for future
j old ample our highest tribunal,
Id ; man got one pound() (small)
A 'f ; gobbler. saved, it will be the People who The/ United States Supreme Court. listing of some of these cases
will save it. This cannot be said When your driver damages your with brief explanation as given

) EMERSON E. MOORETHK BRINSON said the hunters too frequently or too forcefully. car once, twice, or perhaps by one of our outstanding senators Johnson Outboard Motor ;
F were well behaved and causedno The people must realize their responsibility three times, you do not fire him. also for a bird's eyeviewof :
trouble whatever. They are and shoulder it. But when It happens a dozen or the back ground of the main Franchise Available
FISHING picture Is iefInitely the deep still spots In the river. careful with their shooting and They must understand their more tlmese you take some drastic justices responsible for said de ,

better this week. Been We believe that all kinds of fish. with fire, he said. Let's hope It rights and use them. They must action. When In the space of cisions. Meanwhile rememberthe
come nice catches from lake I ing will Improve In the next few continues that know that ours Is "a government four and one half years and in meaning In all of its realityof
way.
ana river. Several reports from weeks, now that the water Is of the people, for the people 30 out of 39 cases, the High these words of Thomas Jefferson Subject to Factory Approval

lake fishermen on good ,bass cooling off. HE VERY GRACIOUSLY Invited and by the people." They must Court has sustained the position written one hundred and
catches when the water wasn't us out for a tour of the realize with equal force the true advocated by the Communists, forty years ago. "To considerthe
too rough from the river to Tin THE HEAVY emphasis Is on hunting area. We accepted gratefully meaning of the words containedIn It certainly seems time for the judges as the ultimate ar Contact Wilburn Lawson
biters
of all
Shack Cove. Quite a few spec hunting. Duck on the lake seem but can't go this week. We the second paragraph of our People to use their rights toward Constitutional ques-.
fishermen have caught good basson to be on the increase rather are going hunting, Declaration of Independence, "To making some changes In connec tions is a very dangerous doctrine Telephone RO 3-3154
small minnows In the cut. than the decline. We don't know secure these rights (meaning life, tion with that august body. Indeed and one which would
They are still hitting shiners too much about hunting on private Mrs. Roy Draughon is takinga liberty and the pursuit of hap. Let us take a Junior high school place us under the despotism of
best in the river but they have lands, but we do have a report series of radium treatments at plnpss) governments are instituted review of a few parts of our an oligarchy",

gotten so they will look at a top on the Okeechobee Game St. Mary's hospital in West Palm among men, deriving their Constitution. Art. II, Sec 2 .
water plug again. It has been Management Area from wildlife Beach. She is being taken to West just powers from the consent of "The President shall nominateand Joe Raulerson of Gainesvillewas
best in late evening If the wind officer Paul H. Brinson, Jr. Palm Beach dally. the governed, that whenever any by and with the Advice and home over the Thanksgiving

allows. i Many of the hunters, especiallythe Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Dean, Jr., form of government becomes de- Consent of the Senate, shall appoint holiday. BASSWOODHOMESITES
successful oes, are from of Clewiston, were week end visitors structive of these ends. it is the Judges of the Supreme
SPECS aren't here In great Okeechobee county. of Miss Sylvia Bass RIGHT OF THE PEOPLE TO Court. Art. HI, Sec. 1 . HUH
numbers yet but some are caught "The Judges shall hold their offices Newell
every day. Some of them run ONE OF THE BEST stories during good Behavior". times do you say "huh"J We maybe
able to hear more
help you
to pretty fair size. Found some from the game management area Art. II. Sec. 4 . "The Presl Clearly' with an ACOUSTICON
good ones ourselves In the river Is about Ronald Thomas, 8.year ELECTROLUX dent, Vice President, and all HEARING AID.ACOUSTICON 2 BEDROOM C.B.S. HOME & PROPERTY
Saturday. Blue gill, big ones, are old son of Harvey Thomas. He] Civil Officers of the United BECKER CO.
biting on the bottom in some of bagged a 70 pound point buck States shall be removed from OP FORT PIERCEHO

Only Authorized Sales & Service Office on the Impeachment for 1-32M 323 So 13th St, $3,495 total price. $200.00 dn.
.
and Conviction of Treason, Brib Member Florida Hearing Aid
Free Pick-up and Delivery rey. and other High Crimes and D.al.r's Ass'n. Inc. $34.00.PER.MONTH

Misdemeanors." Art. III Sec. 3,,
CENTRAL ELECTRICAND ORDER NOW FOR CHRISTMAS "Treason against the UnIted.

States shall consist only In levying NOW YOU CAN ADD
707 Orange Ave. Fort Pierce, Fla.
War against them and In adhering SE EfrAl@ELECTBU
GAS COMPANYNOW to their Enemies, giving
HO 4-0056 them Aid and Comfort", Art. I, AIR CONDITIONING

Sec. 3, "The Senate shall have
STOCKS OOICKLT, .INEXPENSIVELY
the sole Power to try all Impeachments -
10 YOUR s)
PRESENT FURNACE
and no Person shall ,,,
COMPLETE LINE OF
A
DONT be Convicted without the Con. ;rrA
I WAIT until its TOO LATE currence of two thirds of the


ElectricalFixtures In the. American went" Bar Assocl i

The time to Insure ation Report of the Special
Committee on Communist Tactics :
against fire is Strategy, and Objectives,,
published In the Congressional
I
l before it happensIf
'Record Senate 1959, there "

AND and when fire strikes are cited 24 of the principal Lots 125'x125' $20.00 down, mo. "
States Supreme Court from April LOWS
it will be COST IS
home too
your 1956 to Dec. 1958 that have

SuppliesEVERYTHING late to check your insur been "criticized by the public,, PRIVATE BEACH AND BOAT CLUB ON

ance to see if it's adequate public officials, and the bar as FRESH Am LAKE OKEECHOBEE FOR PROPERTY OWNERS
Illustrative of how our securItyhas CLEAN Aft BASSWOOD LOCATION
IN THE to cover your loss. been--weakened" In each
d QUIET AIR 2 Miles North of Okeechobee City on Rt. 98
.ECTRICAL LINED 'aF'F, The only way to protect case the. Communist cause has:
is Insurance been direcUy. n or Indire c t 1 y
your yourself financially is tocoverage AIR Of MODEM
strengthened. Do we need more
in line
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with valueof get the right coverage . than a fifth grade pupil's Inter.
v today's CENTRAL ELECTRICAND RODEO 3-4130 'f'JW
New Fixtures will beau your property? GAS CO. I


tify your home . New Leonard BergerINSURANCE Phone 3-3915 .

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TV Ownml l Sunday 1:41: am -
Phone RO 3-4311
.
Station Sundays BEAUTY SHOP SHIRLING
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phone RO 3154
DRYERS Brtdge-Road 18

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FINANCE COMPANY
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FORMICA WORK-FORMATOPS WATER FRONT LOTS FROM . .., $1895.00 STUCCOGARDBURGESS 7.50x14

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Romans Club

HUNTING GAME: Cancer
Sponsors

.. Film At GilbertsA

.
special movie, prepared by
'
"'
: the American Cancer Society
and sponsored by the Okeecho-

.r we' Woman's Club, itras present-
ed la.t Wednesday morning at
.. hn Gilbert Theatre

The movie, a two-part film, I'I
-- as explained In detail the import.
( ance of regular physical examln-
r rW atlons for early detection of can-
6 i
cer.The
first film pointed out thaat I

VIL the most frequent type of cancer
nwomen Is In the breast and the
film gave detailed instructionsfor

selfexamination.The .
second film, "Time and
Two Women" gave a brief case
history of two persons, one of

whom Ignored warning symp- ,;,
toms and died from the effects >> '
of a widespread cancer. The s'1 of.: ,.,, "i .
other woman In the movie heeded
w Ny "a 3 3rrt the warning signals and was de- POACHED EGGS-A Malayan egg collector makes his catch even before the giant mother
declared cured Black Sea Turtle completed laying her 200 eggs on the Trenggau sandy shore The turtles
i which often ton stand three feet and feet in length are
Following the film, Mrs. Mari weigh a high measure eight ,
facing extinction because their eggs are considered a delicacy at dinner in this area
vlu Arrants, president of the
local! Woman's Club IntroducedDr

Bruce Mills, ,who gave a lecture Hunt Season Is The first turkey taken out of PRESTIGE LOSS
on cancer in women, and
Walker Hammock was by Irwin Every profession suffers froma
conducted and
a question answer
loss of because of the
forum. SatisfactoryThe Register, who killed an 8- prestige
motives of some 01It's
Mrs. Milred Green, Lakeland, pound (drawn weight) hen. On mercenary
lOUNG AND OLD SPORTS-Even at the age of 101, Giovanni Benlncasa can show the younger fellows In Cava district representative of the 1961 kill report from the the same day, Fred Walker tooka members.
Del Tirreni, Italy, a thing or two about hunting (left). Three year-old Dennie LeMier of Sunnyvale, Calif, (right), Cancer Society, assisted with the Okeechobee Game Management 5-pound (drawn weight) hen.
would like to take some lessons, He's pretending his father's fallout_shelter_is an elephant trap arrangemnts of the film show. Area, with David Austin as hunt OH YEAH?
A total of four dove was report. Not every newspaper article
log here. Films from the Amerl director, and Paul H Brinson
Jr. as hunt supervisor, shows ed and the total number of quail, Is printed as written Sometime
light but Is constantly exposed to the State School for the Deaf at can Cancer Society are produced
Boat Owners Can Protect Craft there were no violations, no accidents including those eaten in camp, printers and proofreaders have
from funds donated in the annaul
I moisture-laden air. It dries quickly St. Augustine.
I and no camping troubleIn was said to be 170 their own ideas!II
drives Mrs. Z, K. Wil-
leaving no stain. cancer
Against :ilildewVith New SprayBoat Forrest Minehan of Daytona Barns is the local chairman the period from November 23
Beach visited from Thursday until I
owners who despair: at It destroys odor-causing bacteria Sunday afternoon with Mr. The cancer film showing was through 26Checking,
the amount of damage caused by mildew and mold and well attended with Station Operator El-
effectively Mr and Mrs James Wiles and and Mrs Leon Willis and family approximately SANTA SUGGESTS
mildew\ and suffer from unpleasant prevents their return 250 present. A number of teen- don Austin of Lake Placid said
sons of Fort Pierce spent Thanks Anthony Caso has returned to
musty odors will be glad to Therefore, this versatile age girls received perlmssion to 25 people checked Into the area.
product giving Day with Rev. and Mrs. his home here after spending the
know that there is new product of older The weather was dry, windy and
a which easily covers hard. John M Dickson at the Florida summer In New Haven, Conn attend, and a group ANGEL TREADSfor
just being introduced in this area to-reach places can readily be School for Boys. girls, students at Douglas.Brown cool good hunting weather,
Mr and Mrs. Walker
Henry
which will render effective aid officials said
used for school, accompanied by their
freshening beads
up and Mrs. Leona Minehan and son and children of Fort Lauderdale
against these problems. galleys teacher, Johnnie Mae Hunter, Three deer were reported, at
Forrest, and their neighbor and spent the Thanksgiving holidays
were in attendance, total weight of 300 CHILDREN and ADULTS
a pounds,
In a bright aqua and gold foil A fast and convenient way to three children, all of Daytona with Mr. and Mrs Carl Stello. members
Women's Club expressed drawn. First was killed by Ron
aerosol containers, Lysol Spray help protect against the destruct. Beach, were Thanksgiving guests Mrs. John Stanley returned
thanks to Gilbert Cuibreth
aid Thomas buck
a 3 point 70
Disinfectant not only counteracts ive Inroads of mildew and rot is of Mr and Mrs. Leon Willis and home last week from a visit of who donated the theatre fac- drawn Nov $OOO
pounds weight, on 25
destructive mildew but is also ef to use this Instant spray on all family several weeks with her daughterin a pair
lilies, to Dr. Bruce Mills, and to E. R. Mehrer klled a 122-pound
fective against germ-caused odors canvas coverings on your cruiseror Mr and Mrs. Burnett Bartlett El Sobranto, Calif. Her daughter all those who attended.Tccntown .
drawn
weight point buck on
The usual noxious effluvia to motor boat; the cockpit cover, fpent Thanksgiving Day as the is reported recovering from a i7ALSOSee
Nov. 26, and H. C, Raulerson
be found in the bilges can be alleviated the spotlight cover, the side cur guests of Dr .and Mrs. H C. Mo- recent appendicitis operation.
by a thorough-going tains, etc Spraying sails before Dermid in Fort Pierce_ Mrs. T A. Proctor and Mrs NewsTeen killed[ an point buck, 108 pounds our new
drawn weight, on the same day.
spray job because the exclusive winter storage will help preserve Hoppy' Watford son of Mr Evelyn Brette spent Thanksgiving PURSES and SHOES TO MATCH
chemical formula makes the them. Also don't forget to spray and Mrs. Alto Watford, Jr., spent Day with her son, Mr and Town will resume their Ten turkeys, six gobblers and
pray a true deodorizer by killing around all bunk where bedding the Thanksgiving holidays at Mrs. Howard Bevllle and childrenIn regular Friday night dances Fri four hens, were reported, witha Just the thing for that "Special I Her"Denmarks
the responsible micro-organisms is not apt to get much sun home "Happy" Is a student at Fort Pierce.WE'RE day. Dec. 1, starting at 7:30: and total weight of 114 pounds
continuing until 11. Due to the On Nov 23, Leonard Berger *
lack of attendance, we had to reported a hen, seven pounds;
discontinue the dances for a Larue Chandler, two gobblers,
month. drawn weight of 18 and 13
There will be a meeting for pounds; Ronald Thomas, a 16
AGLOW/O, WITH THE ; all Teen Town members Monday pound (drawn) obbler and a 7-

= December 4 at Teen Town, pound(drawn) hen; Harvey Tho
a o 7:31'1: p. m. It Is Important.Elec- mas, 30()-pound (drawn) gobbler; Bootery t
S tion of new officers is not faraway and Rod Chandler a 14-pound
and It Is time to be think. (drawn weight) gobbler. 1002 S. 4th St.: I
ing of someone to replace the On Nov 24 Alton Chandler
ones now In office bagged a gobbler, with weight Fort Pierce, Florida
We want to thank the City estimated at 18 pounds.
Council for the new colored revolving
spot light and also thank
Hayes Electric for Installing It.
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Produce Eighty

Million Slash


Pine SeedlingsThe
.t

W Florida Forest Service ex sr EV c V4 L(
pods to have eighty million slash
pine seedlings produced In their
four forest tree nurseries throughout 1960 WILLYS $1995.00
the State. According to District
Forester J. H. Smith, Lake. Station Wagon, wheel drive, automatic hubs, one owner, extra

land office, five million of these clean, 0000 miles,
will be produced at the Herren

Nursery south' of Punta Gorda, 1960 OLDSMOBILE $2495.00
Florida. Both the north Florida
and south Florida varieties of
slash pine are raised at the Super 88, 4-door hardtop, air conditioned, power brakes, power

southernmost nursery and pro- steering, 12,000 miles.
vide the landowner to this area

with young seedlings that are 1959 CHEVROLET $1295.00
best suited for planting in the
southernmost region of the state. 4 door Sedan, "6" standard tr ansmission, radio, heater
According to Smith, landownersin

rw41 planted the southern 2454279 22-county pine seedlings area 1958 CHEVROLET $1195.00Bel

last planting Smith expects the Air, 4-door hardtop, automatic V8, radio, heater, power steer
planting in this area to Increase ing.
ihlsyear. To substantiate this pre
diction, he points to the fact that
f3gr more trees were planted duringthe 1958 OLDSMOBILE $1395.00
{J rV (y aria,
before
past season than ever
in south Florida. 98, door hardtop, hydramatic, radio, heater, power steering,

More than 37 million pine ie d- power brakes, electric windows, electric seat.
r
lings have been planted on over
58,000 acres here in the south 1957 OLDSMOBILE $1195.00
Florida area since the establ h.'
1Q198 ment of the Florida Forest Service 98, door Sedan, air conditioning, automatic, radio, heater, power

nurseries In: 1928 brakes, power steering, electric windows, electric seat, one own

er, new tires.
Joy Youmans celebrated her

thirteenth 24. birthday Friday, November 1958 CHEVROLET $995.00Bel


Air, 2-door Sedan, V8, Automatic, radio, heater

\ / FICTITIOUS NNOTICE KAMI UNDER LAW 1957 CHEVROLET

Notice is herby given that $895.00
!
If
tho undersigned, pursuant to the 4-door Sedan, V8, Automatic, heater
Fictitious Name Statute" House

i1r1 : Bill 1173, Chapter 20953 laws of 1958 CHEVROLET
a Florida, 1941, and House Bill 1102, $895.00

Chapter 26760 1951 amending door, Bel Air, V8, Automatic, radio, heater, power steering
Ing 865.09,(3) will register with
the Clerk of the Circuit CourtIn
1954 CHEVROLET
and for Okeechobee County, $395.00

only 10% down-25! weekly Florida, upon receipt of proof of 2.dor Bel Air, radio.
the publication of this note, the
fictitious nome, to-wit:
ROSE AND PAUL'S 1951 CHEVROLET $150.002door

under which they expect to engage Sedan.Gilbert's'.
Lay-A-way Now for Christmas in business, 9 miles Southof
( Okeechobee on V. S. 441 in
the county of Okeechobee, Flor

IdaThe
parties Interested
business enterprise Is Paul Welty,

sole Dated owner.at Okeechobee County,

GILBERT HDWE. & APPLIANCE Florida 191:1.:| this the 3rd day of Nov


BY PAUL WELTY Phone ROdeo 3-3154 Okeechobee, Florida'THE
I Publish 11-10, 17, 24 121, 1961 ,
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.. News, FrIday Dee 1, 1961 Page 5 ,
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Local Soldiers Alabama, high school and was I CUT FROM HARD CORN FED PORKERS "SUPER-RIGHT"

employed In Birmingham before
Serve In SubZero entering the Army.

WeatherTwo Old Statue /

Okeechobee soldIers, Privates Found At
Riley E. Tomlinson, 18,
ann Arron D. Motes, 18, participated Ocala CavernsAn P
with other personnel from F
ancient statue, representIn
tho 1st Division' 8th Infantry In
some prehistoric idol of
two weeks of combat training at I
Florida aborigine no doubt, has
Pike National Forest in Colorado.
been found at the base of a lime
The training took place In No ,
vember. stone cliff near the entrance to r
Ocala Caverns ten miles south
Designed to Improve individualand
of Silver Springs on U. S. 441.
unit combat efficiency, the
The base of a broken pedestal, or
training includes cold weather
sacrificial block perhaps was
operations and mountain war
found along with the statue. Sun-
fare tactics. The rugged terrainof '
liar specimens of somewhat HALF OR
Pike National Forest and the / \ C
average November temperatures cruder workmanship were discovered
about 30 years ago In "Super-RighW Young Tender Sliced
ranging to five below zero make WHOLEBEEF
Blitchton In the same generalarea.
this area especially suitable for YOUR CHOICECap'n
LIVER I
such training. '
The Ocala statue Is a huge bust
Tomlinson, son of Riley Tom
with features well defined, weIgh. 3'J
John's Quick Froz. Ocean
linson is a member of the In.
close to a ton and a half. 3 9c
ing
fantry's Company C which Is ( l Perch Fillets 1 Lb. Ib. LB
regularly located at Fort Riley, CARD OF THANKS Pkg.Copeland's .
Kan. He entered the Army last
June and completed basic train. We wish to thank our many Pure
friends and relatives for their ; Country Sm.or Fresh
log at the fort Tomlinson !Is a
11 graduate of Okeechobee cards and flowers and other Pork k 65c
Sausage
:
deeds of kindness at the death of _
High School. CENTER CUTPORK END CUT"SUPER.RIGHT"
Motes, son of Mr. and Mrs. our Infant son. We especially 59c PORK 39c
I Lamb Shoulder CHOPSLb.
thank Dr. Raulerson and the hospital CHOPS Lb.
Lonle Motes, Rural Route 1, Is staff.rranklin OR ROAST
a rifleman In the Infantry's Company CHOPS 49c
and Doris Woodham
Lb
A which Is regularly located
at Fort Riley. He entered the
Pearce, student at the
Nancy a
Army last July and completed University of Florida, Gainesville, "SUPER-RIGHT" TENDER FULLY COOKED (SLICED PICNICS Ib. 33c)
basic training at the fort Motes
spent the holidays at home.
is a 1959 graduate of Warrior,

OE CHOBRDRIV HALF OR


Gilbert THrEATRE IH PICNICS WHOLE 2 1


Admission 60c Children al.
ways free when accompanied LB.
Th Catre by arent, First show starts
at 7.00 p. m.

We an dilcontlnulng our ALLGOOD BRAND SUGAR CUREDTOMATOES
Wednesday night shows un. Friday and Saturday RED RIPE FRESH TENDER POLEBEANS
Iii further notlc. December 1 and 2
BACON
SLICED
at"
"TESS OF TilE rl t ;, P I I k
STORM COUNTRY" ,
Thursday,Friday and Saturday Color and Cinemascope N 1 ,IV 4 V '
November 30, Dec 1 and 2 WALKER FORD r Lb.
CIRCLE OF DIANE BAKER 2 79

DECEPTIO Clnemascope:" JACK"CRY GINGIn FOR IIAPPY" Ctn.19c 2 LBS.2Sc Ctn.

BRADFORD DILLMAN Color and Cinemascope \ '
SUZY PARKER GLENN FORD

\ -Plus- DONALD O'CONNOR EASTERN NEW CROP WHITE JANE PARKER FRESHLY BAKED
\ "nO\UCIDAL": ALSO CARTOON
GLENN CORBETT Sunday sad Monday
J PATRICIA BRESLIN I December 3 and 4 CHERRY PIES
f r Sunday, Monday and Tuesday "ALL LANDS:/ ON DECK" 10 LBrBAG
December 3, 4 and 5 Color and Cinemascope POTATOES 3Se
"SEPTE\IBER: PAT BOONE
STOR.I\t. BUDDY llACKETT
8 INCH
In Deluxe Color and BARBARA EDEN 43
Clnemascope Stereo-Vision ALSO CARTOON EACH "
JOANNE DRIP Tuesday, Wednesday and TENDER BABY YELLOW
MARK STEVENS Thursday, Dec 5, 6 and 7

"TWINKLE-Plus-AND Sm:" E" "TilE Color FIERCEST and Cine'11ascope nEART" j

Color and Clnemascope JULIET PROWSE
DORIS DAY RAYMOND MASSEY SQ ASH 2 LBS.9c JANE PARKER GOLD or MARBLE
JACK LEMMON STUART WTIITMANWEDNESDAY
GIant' 25 '
No Show ALSO CARTOON I II Pound Cake Size 49c






FAN-C-EE BRAND LARGE DRIED ftlwe fttartelcuA mone'l tll7eJ'J! .


12 OZ. CAN HORMEL SPAM or 24 02. CAN DINTY MOORE


g,01, 1 LIMASV2 I BEEF STEW 2 CANS, 89c


ANN PAGE YELLOW, WHITE I DEVILS FOOD or HONEY SPICE


F'ty CAKE MIXES I 2 % ;: 49o :


ANN PAGE BOSTON STYLE, VEGETARIAN or

++ PKG.Lb. 39c PORK & SMAT04u S 45c



I DOLE HAWAIIAN


! Pineapple Juice 4 CANS' 99c


BLACKEYE PEAS 24 oz. p1 FAN-C-EE BRAND DRIED ANN PAGE ZESTY ((2 14 Oz. Bottles 39c)


TOMATO KETCHUP 25c
rt'P, Nd 11 BOTTLE

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S11 xaie I.r; XMAS GIFT SUGGESTIONS A&P's Own Veg. Shorten FACIAL SOAPCamay FACIAL SOAPCamay
I Equal to the Best

w.l, s4 4 AWAY PLAN QGXO yet costs you less
OUR LAY-
NATIONALLY ADVERTISED USE Reg. 2 Bath 29c

HELBROS WRISTWATCHES Exciting Gift Sets 3Lb. 73c 3 Bars 29c Bars


For Boys and Girls Lays POTATO CHIPS twin pack 59c Stokley's Shellie

BEANS . . . . .. . 1 lb. can 21c
Birdseye Frozen Chopped
S : riymobll. KiuhM $m %| O OO Qiirram TURNIP GREENS 10 oz. pkg. for 37c Stokley's Whole Kernel

For Men and Women Henry Parlor Iour | CREAM CORN 1 Ib 19c
can
frozen, dish beef
\ Choir. Swansons deep tur
EACH
/KIN01 .NCFITS have the fashion edge on Vichy key or chicken-1 Ib. pkg. Stokley's Whole Kernel
Vaughn'. go-iheath. Its flattery will get you everywhere! 6 Styles to choose f from SM8UU MEAT PIES . . . . . . . . . 69c GOLDEN CORN . lib. can 2 for 3ScStokley's

Sleek 'n simple bodice fringed it waist and sleeves, tiny s Cowboy Trooper $ C99 Stanleys! SLICED BEETS 1 Ib. can 235eStokley's
button accents.Textured Ilax blend of , Fordhook Chopped
-wave acetate cotton .
rayon that' crease-resistant, washable Cold, red, navy or c lour Chole.EACH LIMAS . . . . ... . . 1 lb. can 27cSAUERKRAUT. . 1 Ib. can .. 2 for 37c
beige ccoeted with white.S to 15;petite jr.3P to 13P. FOR 150 ..t
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ONLY :x $1.00 down Holds Any SOUTH PARK STREET
OF VARIOUS STYLESIN ,...
NEW SHIPMENT 1M C' -I r.r ee.towaM"e
'ieitterhpeP, OKEECHOBEE, FLORIDA
of the above Items.
NEW TONI TODD AND J
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VICKI VAUGHNROYAL'S r t
. Prices in this ad are effective thru

SATURDAY, DECEMBER 2.


PARD Betty Crocker Confetti PILLSBURY COLGATE Personal Size DETERGENT

Dog Food Cake Mix Flour Tooth Paste ,Ivory 3c off deal TREND

PHONE RODEO 3-4415 N. PARK ST.

3 16 Cansa. 49c Angel 15 oz Food pkg. 55 C 5 Bag lb' 5Sc Family Tube Size 83c 4 Bars 24C 2 Packs Large 39cotcHchob.




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The Raulerson' have always doctor on more than one occasion A+hW k 6-Plus YearsAverage Page 6 Okeeehobee: News, Friday, Dec 1, 1961
Raulerson been prominent in the affairs/ ol f Meantime she kept house y
Okeechobee, In fact are primarily I and gave eight children of her 1 In leaves the herd after six! and one depreciation Is spread' over more
responsible for the town of Okee own to her cattleman husband. Stay half yeans, Spurlock points out gallons of milk.
First Name chobee. Three of her children still survive f Milking HerdStudies that a number of cows are productive
In 1898, Peter and Louisiana I in Okeechobee. They are ca4pcq for a much longer per. NOT ALL THREI
Raulerson moved to what Is now I Harmon and C. V. Raulerson and of Florida herds show led Contrary to most shining examples
Okeechobee from Fort Baulnger, Mrs. E. M. Meserve. They have the average dairy cow in the Each additional year of productivity it is possible for aD
In City the first white settlers In the I many descendents In the com' stale stays in the milking herd makes the cow more individual to be healthy, wealthy
area. They established a home,, munlty. until she is six and one-half years profitable for her owner, because and wise.
built a log house near where the The couple started the first t old
Okeechobee Drive In theatre Isnow school In the area Importing aMiss $100 AN ACRE
Sunday mark the end of an
4 A. H. Spurlock, economist with
Tanty as teacher. She lived
located.
institution, the Louisiana Rauler ] UNIMPROVED RANCH LAND
the
Florida
with the Raulersons, and the "' Agricultural Expert-
son Hospital. To newcomer In Other settlers soon followed the small community became knownas f aA ment Station, says low production and also-over 800 acres going ranch, In Okeecho-

Okeechobee, Louisiana Raulersonis Raulersons. They were oftimes Tanty, after the first teacher. mastitis. udder dlttkul. bee County-3 houses, cattle pen,lake,Improved
only! a name, but to the older dependent on Louisiana Rauler
and need. This was later changed to Okee ties and reproductive troubles pasture, fenced, etc. $250 an acre.
residents It Is much more than son In times of Illness chief
chobee. are reasons for removing
that. She acted as nurse, midwife and CALL OR WRITE
Peter was the first mayor of cows from herds.
Okeechobee in 1917. Louisianawas These problems accounted for ANACONDA REALTY CO.

the first post mistress. They three-fourths of all disposals. (Acreage Department)
MEMO TO SANTA: resided here for over a half Deaths totaled 14 percent of all 1776 E. Sunrise Blvd. JAckson 3.1411
century. Peter died In 1948 and disposals.
Lauderdale
GIVE HER THE WASHER SHE'S BEEN Louisiana followed him the following Although the Average cow Fort
year.
WANTING ALL YEARIII!!! SHE'LL HAVE THE The Raulerson's continued in
prominance. L. M Raulerson a
BIGGEST CHRISTMAS EVERIII!!! son of the original settlers and
Father of Hiram Raulerson, started Irr
SHIPPEDORDER
FANCY FRUIT
the first store In 1905 near
the old homestead. It was movedto
,
p..w ,vVrvn v its present location on South
Park Street about 1915, when the
Flagler Interests came to Okee
chobee. NOW
y
Hiram and brother Charles as
Olnllli sumed ownership after the retirement -
of their father. Hiram t r And Be Sure It Gets
eventually bought full Interest in
the store and still runs it.
i .u He was a member of the orlg
inal board of the Louisiana Rau. There In Time For

lerson Hospital. His son, Dr H.H. .
Raulerson the latest physic!.
an in Okeechobee, has Joined Dr CHRISTMAS
259.00 James Horton in the recently eslabllshed ZERO GRAVITY.BEL1'Captain Melvin S. Gardner, Air
Horton-Raulerson medIcal Force project scientist, tests the Zero Gravity Belt in Buffalo
,Ilu clinic, and so carries on the N. Y. The chair is supported above a leveled floor by a
lIDI PLUS Raulerson tradition of service to cushion of air to test the belt's ability to maneuver man
Okeechobee. in a horizontal plane under space orbit conditions.

TAX

Management Is CHRISTMAS FRUIT

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Key To Dairy
INTRODUCTORY SPECIAL
SuccessOn .
IiII r,,, .
modern dairy farms a pro
fitable dairy herd trmaf producean
II I I III V IIIIIIIIIV I ".D" annual average of over 6,500 v aA A c ? TANGERINES . . 39c per bag

Iplllll pounds of milk per cow to pay Its
II way, according to a University of GRAPEFRUIT 49c per bag
Florida dairy specialist

C. W. Reaves, dairyman with ORANGES . . . 89c per bag
the Agricultural Extension Ser
vice, says some very efficient s MAC f
herds average as high as 10,000 a r t 1 FRESH ORANGE JUICE (Anytime) . lOc

pounds of milk per cow.
He points out that modern
dairy farming requires the best
possible management practices, in
AMERICAN
eluding adjusting production to 1
seasonal market demands; effi
WATFORDAPPLIANCES dent breeding; proper feeding ;*
and milking practices; top labor SERVICE STATIONU.S.
efficiency; cow comfort; and a
balance between Investment and ,
ncorne.
PLAUNQ IT COOL-Holding on for dear life preserver, 441 NORTH CALL RO 3-4321 OKEECHOBEE.
sixmonth-old Pat Knlsley manages to make his way across
Literature Is the art of writIng family pool under his own power in Bayshore Gardens, Fla.
PHONE RODEO 3-4322 orrwthJng that will be read

twice. Cyril Connolly




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Lead Football Fans To Your Touchdown Buffet






It's nearing the last of the fourth quarter. The rows on top of batter making 4 rows of 8 e ch.
game has been long, tough and exciting. The crowd Bake in hot oven ((425'F.) 20 to 25 minutes or until
4 tt is almost homeward bound. This is the time for you corn bread is golden brown. *.
to raise the banner lead your football fans to the
Y" } y "Touchdown Buffet" you've planned.
dj r * *
'" t, Hot and hearty soup is an easy dish to have

t }1 ++ 4rq" 'Y/d ready when the gang swarms in for an after-game Greet the gang with a treat of spicy, sugarcoated -
j.AY1 Y y Y ; 1 I snack, and cheese 'n' asparagus scrimmage soup, molasses pretzel cookies. Fall sports call for
backed by a healthy line of hot dogs and sandwich
up
plenty of if so
F y energy, even you're Just a spectator,
,
? i n S' ? } ,} Y rd treats fill the ticket. when your troop returns hungry, thirsty and full
of gaiety, have a supply of cookies, hot cider and
CHEESE 'N' ASPARAGUS SCRIMMAGE SOUP popcorn on hand to fill them up.

.. %, Cup ((1/2 stick) butter IVa quarts milk
2 pkgs. frozen asparagus MOLASSES. PRETZEL COOKIES

i/l cup flour cooker, drained 6 to 5Vfc cups flour 1 cup shortening
and chopped Vfe teaspoon baking soda V's cup sugar
1 tablespoon. salt 3 cups shredded i/a teaspoon salt 1 cup dark molasses
Dash of nutmeg Cheddar cheese 2 teaspoons cinnamon 1 egg -
Dash! of pepper Paprika 1 teaspoon ground Granulated sugar
cloves
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and pepper. Gradually add milk and cook, stirring

constantly, until slightly thickened. Add asparagus Sift together 5 cups flour, soda, salt and spices.
and Cheddar cheese and continue to stir until cheese Cream together shortening and sugar.Add molasses
melts. To serve, garnish with paprika and a little and egg and mix well. Add dry ingredients and stir
more shredded Cheddar cheese or grated Parmesan with spoon,then knead by hand until well blended.
cheese. Add additional flour if needed. Dough should be
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2 cups shredded sharp 3 to 4 tablespoons cold
cheese water Win or lose, there're sure to be a hungry horde

"r ; ; $ ? Combine corn meal and flour. Stir I In cheese of teeners after a high school football game. Andhere's
Cut or rub In shortening until mixture is crumbly. the menu just to please them: hot dogs on
rolls onion rings and beans baked deep and flavorful
Add egg and mix well. Add enough water to make molasses
dough stick together Press together and ,turn out ] with spices and r'
on lightly floured board or pastry cloth. Roll out
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baking sheet. Bake In hot oven ((425'F.) about 10
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CORN DOGS Vi cup molasses teaspoons sauce

2 cups corn meal Vi cup melted shorten. 14 cup chili sauce
V4 cup flour ing or oil
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egg, shortening or oil and milk. Add to corn meal souce and chili sauce. Add enough cola
mixture and mix well until dry ingredients are to make 1-V4 cups. Pour this over the beans. Bales
CHEESE 'N' ASPARAGUS SCRIMMAGE SOUP thoroughly moistened. Turn Into well-greased uncovered, in a slow oven, S00'F., for about 1ft
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GRANDSTAND PLAY-Rising under three modernistic arches, a new permanent grand.
stand nears completion in Black Star Square in Accra, Ghana, the new nation's main parade
ground. One of four huge concrete structures which will accommodate thousandsof
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the New General Hospital. The equippower failure, and facilities for pump DESIGN FOR LIV ING-Harvest time is patterned like a modern abstract painting in
TITLED MOBILITY-Railroading enthusiast Thomas Taber, Hsinfan County of Szechwan, Communist China's biggest rice producing area. The No, 5
dollars and water from well in
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of Madison, N. J., little
was a more at home in London'sKIng's Production Team of the No 5 Production Brigade of the Chingpeh People's Commune
has facilities for heat and cooling sys of water failure. Cross Station when he rode a locomotive named after spread their staff of life neatly out to dry. There have been food shortage reports in China,
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Newt, Friday, Dec. T, 1961 Page 9 r The two colored babIes were: change areas. The poulatlon of

IT IS HERE a son, Artict Ray Holland, weighing ', Inter-County the Inter-County service arefr, -
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Classified STEWARTS XMAS GIFT six pounds three ounces, iYfl/tr: Telephones which extends from Fort liKada
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( I II AUCT ION born Nov 23 to Artlce and MI. "'; to Flamingo or the west::fiart

Sat. Night December 2nd nerva Holland; and a daughter, 'j"1' Reaches 60,000The and as far East as Okeechobee,
(:00 to 11:30 p, M. Doris Marie born Nov 27 to '\ Is estimated to have Increased

I= Sale or Rent FOR station SALE wagon- 6 1959 cylinder Willys automatic Jeep My friends wi have gathered Willie Nathaniel and Era Elizabeth ,...,.. Inter-County Telephone' from 49000 In 1950 to approximately

hubs like together some of the finest Lockett, and weighing seven f condition.
new )-J;
practical and useful Items for pounds 8% ounces. stone In its history Friday when time Telephones over the same
'OR RENT Furnished Diet Bargain price. Call RO 3-4608
;your gift Items. Nice brand Patients Released < the 60.000th telephone was Installed period have increased from. 13.
lean two
one or room apart. 111743
new Items such as Electric Released from the hospital In the lobby of the Cape 000 to 80000. By 1970 it Is'estimated -
nent By week month. Uttlt
les furnished Road or 78 Tel. EmploymentWANTED Blankets, Toasters Coffee during the past week were Maude i M Ccral Headquarters Building of that the company'will

phone RO 3.3241. 4-:29tf makers, China, Silverware, Arnold Peggy Crawford, Marl. the Gulf American Land Corp. have approximately 12JOOC telephone .
HOUSEKEEPER, Sheets Comforts Hugs, nus Rayngoudt Josephine Ben. oration. and will serve a population
FOR! SALE bedroom houseIn five days a week. Call ROdeo Spreads, Electric Shavers nett and baby Jennie Parrott Connie Mack Jr., vice prest- of over 300,000 people in

Oak Park completely furnish.ed. 3-4794 after 4:30: p. m 12.1p Cooking Ware Tools, Electric Vlra Tucker Lucille Scarbroughand den'' of Gulf American and J. its service field.

Priced reasonable Call RO WANTED Two Experienced Irons, Lamps Chairs, Sofas, baby, Mary Rhoads Jessie sa v .TnWnn. Inter-County pres.
3.3663. 11-24;12-1 Automotove Mechanics Apply Name Brand Watches Jewel. Ne!. Frost and baby Inei Horn- (dent, were in attendance at the
FOR RENT Furnished two- Gilbert Chevrolet Co.. or call RO ry Perfume Handkerchiefs, wig Laura Garnett, Earl Wilson ........mal ceremonies with other BONE IS GIVEAWAY
bedroom house three blocks 3 3154. 11-ITtf Some Toys Elec. Power Tools, Joan Jen-ell, Jean Vickers, dignitaries of both companies. When buying beef, notice the
from school. Call RO 33457. Sewing Machines, Vaccuum Linda Stell and baby, Letitia In reminiscing about the grow bone Red, porous bone Indicate
HamrIck, Louise Griffis, and young beef which is likely to be
121,8 Cleaners, Heaters and too th of Inter-County, Johnson said
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many other nice Items to colored patientts John Mercer A that he can well remember similar tender. White, flinty bones are
FOR SALE 10 Acre tract. Will SOLICITOR mention. All going on the Luther Cummings and Minerva milestones In the history of signs that the animal was older

sell or trade my $1400 equity In I Auction Block and sold to the Holland and baby boy. a xk Inter-County over the past 12 and !the meat probably tougher.,

same. Fred IWlson at the Bus Work In your own home. highest cash bidder. If you Patients Remaining years. Inter-County's 200000th -

Station. 121 Pleasant, easy work. Excellent I are thrifty, yo udont wantto Remaining In the hospital are telephone was Installed in Oct. CUTTING BOARD IS SAFER

FOR RENT Two Bedroom du Income. For Interview miss this special Xmas Edna Boyn, Henry Boyd Betty 'o ober 1954 and the 30000th In Use a cutting board :when

pies apartment. Call RO 3-4759 call: gilt auction. Creach and baby girl Cather December 1956 chopping or slicing foods.' This
Ultf I PLEASE REMEMBER, OUR ine Chandler Junia Dreese, Ca. The company currently provides helix keep a keen cultlnC'edge
HO 44)500) SEATING SPACE IS LIMITEDWE thence Gill, Ina Hardy, Demari- telephone service to over on the knife blade and ft*
FOR RENT ,- Two and three NEED BUYERS AND ous Hazellief Edith Junghans, 215 communities in its 28 ex safer too.
bedroom houses. Call ROdeo Fort Pierce BIDDERS FOR THIS SPE- Rosa Moore Jesse Wilson, color.

3.4554. 12.lit CIAL XMAS GIFT AUCTIONSO ed patients Elizabeth Lockett

FOR RENT House, (two rooms COME EARLY AND HELP. and baby of Indlantown Louise
Cooley, SaphronIa Bivens; SemI.
are! furnished) just north of the YOURSELF. OKEECHOBEELIVESTOCK
nole Mildred Bowers, and Peurto
REFRESHMENTS ON THE
court house. Call RO 3-3751. 12-1
Complete Lint of Boat HOUSE FROM 5:00: TO 6:00. Rican Carmen Garza of Indian-

FOR SALE 3 lots or more, Trailers All Sizes STE ARTS town.

close to Markham Brothers. Complete lint of parts, AUCTION HOUSE : -

Reasonably priced. See Al Clayat tires, tubes, whit, bear. Located half way between County CourtCases
G. W Clay Store. 12 Itf
ings, winches, etc Avon Park and Sebrlng on
FOR SALE Duplex, furnish.ed. OKEECHOBEE Alt 27.Legal. heard In County Court Auction MarketYOUR
Monday were all traffic violations .
Also two bedroom house RESORT Fourteen BOO WHO?-Not a refugee from a science-fiction movie,
partly furnished. Phone ROdeo 11.24-12.1-8.15 NoticeIN with unlawful persons speed charged for. this creature Is a surfboard centipede formed by five pretty
34005. 12.Ip gal secretaries from Cincinnati, Ohio, vacationing In Flor
4th St. at Creek felted bonds
Taylor of
THE $35
COUNTY JUDGE'SCOURT appearance ida, One lady got her head in behind the center window
.
FOR RENT Furnished apartment IN AND FOR The 14 were Clarence L. Fowl.er HIGHEST PRICES

for two Utilities furnIshed. OKEECIIOBEE COUNTY William E. England, Hector

Phone RO 3-4005. 12.Ip HOUSE TRAILER FOR SALE- FLORIDA. NO. 233 D. Sardinas, Samuel J. Davis .. COME FROMCOMPETITIVE

FOR RENT Two-room fur. 36-foot Brentwood 1958 Model. IN RE: ESTATE OF Malcolm D. McNaughton Clovis :

Ished apartment. Clean, comfortable See at Broward Grain and Sup. FLORENCE KILPATRICK W Smothers George G. Trupp, BIDDINGAT
aka FLORENCE J. KILPATRICKTO Vincent J. Cassody Lawrence P.
and reasonable. North of ply Co., Phone RO 34110 or
: ALL CREDITORS AND Puckett, Geralo Priebe, Jack
railroad on U. S. 441. Clyde nights, phone V L. Hayes at YOUR LOCAL
Hancock. 12-1 RO 34154. 12.1,8 ALL PERSONS HAVING Howard James F. Prater Jr., ) ,. 4q4
CLAIMS OR DEMANDS Loyd L. Gentry and James T.

FOR RENT Two bedroom FOR SALE 23ft. Jersey Sea AGAINST SAID ESTYTE Montgomery LIVESTOCK AUCTIC I

house, $65 per month. Call RO Skiff cabin cruiser 135 hp grey You and each of you are here. Also charged with unlawful

3.3563. 12. 1,5.15FOR marine motor, excellent condition by notified and required to pre speed James W Robertson paida MARKETLast
SALE One Mynah bird 1000. Stewart Llghtsey sent any claims and demands fine of $25: Robert J. Smith

with cage. Call RO S-3653 12-Itf ROdeo 33657. 112412.1 which you or either of you, may forfeited bond of $30 and Major -
have against the estate of Florence Hamilton forfeited a $25 bond.
Kilpatrlck aka Florence J. Aldine L. Bayler was fined $25 e '" : t :f year nearly 60% of Florida Cattle

FOR SALE STEAL THIS AT Kilpatrlck late of Philadelphia on each of two counts, no drivers Sold at Auction
County, State of Pennsylvania, license and reckless driving. i ;
3 BEDROOM HOUSE to the Honorable G. E. Bryant Earl H. Wilson, charged with AUCTIONS EVERY TUESDAY

CBS FHA Jr., County Judge of Okeechobee reckless driving forfeited bondof
Low Down Payment $99500 County, and file the same In $35 PETE CLEMONS, MGR. PHONE RO 3-3914

$56 .per Me. I his office In the County Court Gerald M Hayse forfeited an
1961 all fiberglass 15 ft. House in Okeechobee County appearance bond of $35 on a OKEECHOBEE, FLORIDA

WRITE BOX 1711 Scottie Craft-All extras, Florida, within six calendar charge of unlawful parking.
or Call windshield months from the date of the first Mary B. Bock paid a fine of
top, lights,
RO 3.3275Okeechobee publication hereof Such claims $15 for improper passing
remote controls, etc.
and demands to contain the legal
714U 1961 Evinrudt Lark address of the claimant and to CITY COURT I r

be sworn to and presented as A total of $140 In forfeited bondswas
40 HP. Less than 10
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FUR RENt Furnished cabins aforesaid or same will be bar. collected in city. court, this
electric. kitcrens. P P Evans hours. Single complete red See Section 733.18, Florida week on four cases fb
Phone RO 3-3731 7.24t1 factory reconditioning. Statutes Charles Hooper forfeited bondof

Date November 29, 1961. ISC on a fighting charge. Lee
FOR RENT Furnished apart Little Dude Tilt Traitor
LESTER W, JENNINGS Monroe on the same charge, Li
ment In Seminole Apartments
Compare anyplaoe at
Ancillary Administrator also forfeited $50 bond.
Call RO 3-4476 or Inquire at the
$395. with Will Attached of Louis Gonzoles charged with
Drive In Theatre alter 7pm91U
Estate of Florence Kllpat- being drunk, forfeited $25 bond
rick aka Fl ence J. Kll Terry W. Frazze, reckless driv. HEAD FOR FASHION Irrepressible Carol Channing ter.IT'S .
FOR SALE 5 Lots 2 blocks SEE IT AT patrick. Ing forfeited bond 0: $15. shawls up against a cold wind as she arrives in New York.

west of Catholic Church Only Publish Dec. 1, 8. 13, 22, 1961 The bright-eyed comedian had just completed a busman's
$350 each. Phone ROdeo 3.3953 OKEECHOBEERESORT The Okeechobee News.Hospital NO DAMAGE REPORTED holiday in London and Paris, visiting the theaters and

after 5. 91ft IN SUNDAY FIRE music halls before starting her own round of shows EASY TO PERK UP
The fire department was calledat .

Merchandise 4th St. at Taylor Creek NewsNew 11 p. m. Sunday to extinguisha
11.2412.161Farmall Arrivals blaze on the lot back of Gilbert YOUR KITCHEN with
Chevrolet Co. where fire had
t.E'r'/t TRADE MOWERS
Six babies were reported at ,
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JUST CALL ROdeo 3-3134 today the Louisiana Raulerson Hospital broken out in a junked car and Moore's Dulamel

lot a FREE demonstration oo during the past week-four was spreading over the lot.
MV Tractor b
your lawn. We'll trade on the excellent .. ..... .. .$150000 white and two colored. There was no damage 1L1rtt Lovely temi.gloti finish for
cpot Sues and prices to fit yourneeds. 3 Int. 35T LPG Utility On Thanksgiving Day Novem ceilings walls and trim
GILBERT'SSAVE ber 23, a 7-pound, 5' -ounce girl Benefit Diiiuer
Tractors ... . .each, $1,500.00Gravely e Excellenlforplosterwood
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Tractor metal
with new The annual chicken dinner given or
MONEY Rotary Mower ... .. $225,00Osco Ray Scarbrough. She was named by the WSCS of the Methodist e Dries overnight ULAMEL

Used Lumber, Doers Tractor with 4'4 ft. Karen Elizabeth church will be held Saturday evening ...eBeojamia
Sickle Mower .. ... .. . $25000 November 24, a 6-pound 15V at the church annex. Serving e Beautifvl decorator colors "' 5"
Windows and Other See them at ounce girl was born to Mr. and will begin at 5:30: and con I

MINTON EQUIPMENT CO. Mrs David Bardette Frost. They tlnue until 8:30.: Proceds are to N I

Salvage Material 511 S. 4th St. Ft. Pierce named her Michelle lynn bet used to furnish a room at Moorepaintl I
November 25, a son, Raymond
EAGLE BAY SALVAGE CO. the new hospital.Spiritual.
19GC FORD Falrlane 600, like Bryan Hell was born to Mr
On State Rd. 78 1 Ml No. new for sale, or will trade for and Mrs. James Raymond Stell.
RetreatA BURGESS SUPPLY CO.
of the Klsslmmee River travel trailer or take older car. The boy weighed 8 pounds and

See Mr. Bill Phone ROdeo 34497. 12.Itf 10 ounces at birth. Spiritual Life Retreat Is to OKEECHOBEE, FLORIDACentral

Phone ROdeo 3.4373 November 27, Mr and Mrs be held Dec. 2 and 3 in Palm
FOR SALE 1959 Willys Jeep
o_.. -'If. __ A. L. Creach became parents of Beach, or Methodist women. The
Station
Wagon 6 cylinder 4.wheel -
DAVE'S TRADING CENTER a 7-pound 13' -ounce daughter Retreat wil ]ibe held at the Sea
drive with automatic
Radio and TV Repair hubs. Excellent condition. Sacrifice The child name Is Regina Breeze hotel.
Maytag Washer .._.... . $65.00 Marie.
price. Call RO 3-4608, or
Electric Stove .......... ....., $35 00 L THE CHANGING SCENE
write P. 0 Box 1537. 1218
TVs ,... ... .......... ..$35 to $55
Baby Bed .. ...-.-... $18,>10> ")
.a soYEnas noo n+t u+oaEO eras
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LIVESTOCK FOR SALE
Kenmore Sew Machine $37.00 ( M iy OlD STDVt W1f RE .ONSI Le 1/f.
NR MANY aU1NED MEAIS. l'' 4 *I II
CATTLE FOR SALE Six N. VKK I 9 _
MARK 78A Mercury ........$333 I R. I r
MARK 73 ....................$282 Registered Angus Cows, two / f t y r7BuaNTTO "CIEEW/NiM4 .
with calves. Also bulls / A.star! oo wt NAVe e
Mark SA ......................$81 yearling ) J TO [A15DAt1t
and heifers. Call RO 3-4608
MARX KG4 ... .. $29 or k '
-40 Other Used Motors- write P. 0. Box 1537. 121,8 WILL BUILD YOUR

SPORTSMAN CENTER MINNIES HA, HA-Teresa Delores, 12 (left), and Mary Ellen

3312 Orange Ave. Thomason, 11, Invented a tepee hented by the sun's

Fort Pierce rays and are the youngest persons to apply for an American
tfFRIGIDAIRE HOUSE
patent The Washington girls are scientific campers
FOR SALE Piano Almost new

spinet, light finish. Call ROdeo {

3-3047 evenings. Reasonable. RV1 ACCORDING TO YOUR PLANSIN
12.1,8p

TRAILER to fit 6-ft. pick up BULLS d
truck. $50. 9ft duck boat $23 EAST OKEECHOBEE BETWEEN

Various articles of household

goods. Mrs. Townsend. Call at WILLIAMS ROAD AND EVERGLADES
Hodges Real Estate. 12-18p

Business ServiceFOR SERVICE, that is ON 100 FT. OR LARGER LOTS FOR SALEBreeding


REPAIRS oo Frlgldalre and e. Fast, mat, lowcostinstallation. FINANCING CAN BE ARRANGEDFOR
Maytag Appliances call GIL .
BERT'S, RO 3-31M. U

SEPTIC TANKS and GREASE e Prompt, courteous, FULL INFORMATION CONTACT Age-Ready To Go
skillful sirvlet.Frfgtdalra .
TRAPS CLEANED and Repaired

-Phone Okeechobee RO 3-3734.11 e PrecUton


PLANS and Commercial DRAWN for Buildings.Residential Ray e Part Advice.. on adapting R. N. VICKGENERAL I George DempsyPhone

E. Lantz. Telephone RO 3-3883
Okeechobee. 11.3,10,17,24P Frlgldalre appliances CONTRACTOR yT1Ne
to kitchen. Tv/1N ourjuat aswTtvtev, a -
Trailer to fit 8 ft your 1N 10Wr'e AVTOMATIO LROAS .>E'(1oJOvtNL
FOR SALE '
110 E. 9th STREETRO ROdeo 3-4723 eN.RLY'iMED a1/1lT IN A
Coleman stove and Call the folks who'd
plrk up truck on 1ov waNeas ANS ovws eNNANCt

lantern; odd lot of tools; Singer like to call on youlGILBERT'S 3-3398-RO 3-4010 OKEECHOBEE I Night Phone ROdeo 3-4176

treadle sewing machine) Maytag Electric & Gas Co.
Washer; power lawn mower. In .1 I

quire Hodges Real Estate. 17,24 Phone 2.5561 OKEECHOIIEIeschobee

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; Dr. Steve R. Johnston Is an
Are important member of the staffof
the Okeechobee General Has

pital. He Is well known In Okee Volume 51-Numbtr 21 Okeechobee, Florida, Friday, December 1, 1961 Price 10c-Phon '' R02-322I
chobee, and the surrounding
counties, and returned to Okee .
Highly Qualified chobee in 1959 after an absenceof i iI "p7V\Tfl
Appreciation from the President
19 years He was general To Raise? Or
practitioner here In 1938-40. Dr of the United States for his
Johnston has a large practice three years of continuous serviceon To Buy? QuestionOf
here, plus a number of patients I the selective service system.
r I who travel from neighboring His other affiliations Include: w tt! 'tt Dairymen
counties to consult him. I Rotary International (Inactive at ,

.' Dr. Steve Johnson was born In present); Fellowship OB Gyn, Trends to larger milking herds
;t: I. Valdosta. Ga., March 5, 1913. His Surgery-John Hopkins Hospital and less diversification have pro. I I
t w father died when Dr. Johnstonwas -1341; Post-graduste study In moted new Interest by dairymen
I ", .., ., ". :' quite young, and his moth. Pediatrics, Sahlda, N. C., 1946, In the question of whether to buyor
I ; "Ai. er remarried, to Sydney Kittrell 47, 48; Member American Brah raise replacement animals

F Smith Dr. Johnston ha two man Breeders Assn.; Member T. W. Spark, assistant dairy.
t daughters Mrs. William M. (Venetia American Quarter Hone Assn.; man with the Florida Agricultural
) Darby, and Kathleen Horse Breeders Assn; member s t + 9* Extension Service says either
Johnston.He and former chairman of the 1w program has certain
advantagesand
.!; .::" >. attended the University of'' board and vice president Flor disadvantages. The Individual t

','. .44"1'i: Florida for three years, servo ida Palomino Exhibitors Assn dairyman should make his decisions

I' ,$, \ ':" .... ',:'- ing as teacher In the departmentof Noteworthy special work Includes ..a A n t y on the basis of ,the size I
.,' ,, t J\ biology the last two. He re : Diplomate American and location of his farm, the
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I W. '1.' I ceived his degree In medicine Board Abdominal Surgery, Fellow type labor available and other
,A; l.\ I' from Emory University Schoolof American Geriatric Society, management and financial face
f t,,' Medicine. He served Intern. Fellow Pan American Cancer .
ships at Grady Hospital and at Cytology Society, Fellow Inter. tors.A
DR. IIORTOV: DR. RAULERSON: Georgia Baptist Hospital with national Correspondence SocietyOB SWEEPING THE COUNTRY-Performing a sweeper's task for one kyat (about 25 cents), third possibility is to have
Affillatship at Eggleston Memor Gyn.; Fellow American Prime Minister U Nu of Burma works for the Burmese Boy Scouts. Wearing the Boy Scout calves raised on a contract ba
t Dr. Horton Is ial Children's Hospital. He was Society Abdominal Surgeons. uniform, the Burmese leader received the going rate during the Rangoon fund drive sis. Sparks says interest is growing I
In arrangements of this type, t
Civilian Surgical OB, and
3.Y Resident Gyn.
car which provide for home-bred replacement
Consultant at the U. S. N. Amphibious
calves to be raised
TEACH SPANISHA on
Of Okeechobee ( Training Base at Fort another farm.
Pierce from 1941.1946, and servedas Florida State Chamber of
James A. Horton, M. D., was OB Gyn. Surgical Consultantat Commerce survey shows that As for the actual cost of raising
born August 30, 1927, in Homer the Martin County Hospital at schools! In 43 counties now teach a replacement an 1 m a 1,
Louisiana. He attended school Stuart from 19401954. conversational Spanish in: the lower Sparks reports that in most areas
there and graduated In 1944. Dr Johnston is a member of grades. Only one or two class of Florida the cost varies from
Upon graduation he entered the Trl-County Medical Society, es In the state were devoted to arounod $225 to over $300. A
L.S.U. and attended it for two t l study in the Orange county milk-
4 tv' gL and has served as secretary the teaching of Spanish In lower
Then he enlisted In the bed area found replacement animals .
years. trades when the State Chamber
vice president and president of
Marine where he served I ? to cost over $200 each
Corps that organization; a member of first advocated this program ts;
for two After the service
years. Florida Medical Society, Southern some 12 years ago.
be returned to L.S.U. and fin ;
: Medical Society and American
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ished premedical and medical Medical Society from 1938. u' x A COW FOR EACH
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school.
Dr. Horton and his family He was a member of the staffof CREDIT ASSETS There are about 17.5 million
the Memorial Hospital Fort Credit union In Florida
moved to Jacksonville Beach assets milk cows In the United States.
where he interned at St. VineS Pierce, and served as Chief of gained 34 per cent since 1957 as With current estimated human
cent's hospital in Jacksonville. Staff there for 10 years; was a compared with a national In population at 180,000,000 that's
member of staff at Hendry General crease of 28 per cent, the Florida I about one cow for a little more
After serving one year of internship GOLDEN RIVER-Guarding Jordan's newest treasure, a Bedouin sentry stands watch over
DR. MILLS '
Hospital and Okeechobee State Chamber of Commerce than ten people The trend Is toward

they ,moved to Live Oak, the newly-opened first section of the East Ghor Canal project near Wadl Ziglab., Constructed
County Hospital. states, after an examination of : fewer cows, but more milk
Florida, where he was associated Dr. Bruce Mills I with the help of U. S. funds, the canal will irrigate the desert areas __
with Dr. John Sims and lived He received a Certificate of January 1, 1961 reportts. per cow, NDC points out.

there for two and a half years Has Wide Field .
before moving to Okeechobee.Dr. I.JI. ; r. ; "' ,. -- --r; .
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the Junior Chamber of Commerce medical practice In Okeechobeein '; : < : NEW STANDARD-SIZE' M'ERf.Y'ME E'OR' :"xK; ;'
of which he Is a past pres. June, 1956. The son of Wini "
ident. He Is physician for the I fred and Ernest Mills, Dr. Mills ;;;" : / bnys w in each size ': .. rK' ., ; .: .j
Florida School for Boys and is was born in Youngstown, Ohio, BIG' LUXURIOUS MERCURY MONTEREY
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the Seaboard Railway Surgeon. where he atttended grammar < ) ; ",,, , ;, '. " ''':'- : ''': ''''' '' ', ;'YI'i!'.,.; ','It1,':: '.;;l / " \ " ':"'1:'{'" ' '' ,' t

Also he is a member of the group school and high school. At South
attempting to organize a Federal High School he was a member of ..oo..oo..oo..oo..oooo..oo.oooo.oo.oooo. .
Savings and Loan Association the National Forensic League,

for Okeechobee county. the Latin Club, the Biology Club, Now Mercury
Dr and Mrs. Horton were the National Honor Society and ,
married nine years last March was captain of the Tennis Team fills the gap b
and have four children. Dr. Horton and Senior years. Upon graduation t
built a clinic In Okeechobee, he received the first Bausch between
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with him. scholarship given In the area. big cars and ) 5a.daMsa Egcers.,, Y

Following graduation from high compactsIntroducing I INmpacta"n -
Dr. Raulerson school Mills enlisted in the U. S. .

Navy and was entered by the : .....tfa- ;? elm ,.t' I ,
Is Okeechobee
Navy Into the V.12 program, : ala e.s ca.'T .1t !
John Carroll University, Cleveland . . . . . . . . .. .. ... .. .... .... it
Load Resident
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Ohio, where he remained I I
H. H. Raulerson, Jr., Is Okee for a period of 15 months. Upon x.
chobee's only native-born physi the termination of the V-12 pro
clan. He Is the son of Mr. and gram he entered active duty
Mrs. H. H. Raulerson and was with the U. S. Navy Followingboot
born In Okeechobee on Oct. ft, training he served in the

1931.Known Pacific area. He was honorably t
to all of Okeechobee discharged from the Navy in 1947,
as "Raul", he is well acquaint. Upon discharge he completed the /'
ed with almost every person in requirements for his Bachelor of
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the county. He was graduated Arts degree at the Youngstown
from Okeechobee high school with University and received his B. A.
the class of 1949 and attended degree in June, 1949. He was
college at Florida State University president of the Debate team
and the University of Flor there during his junior and senior

ida.Dr. years. In the 'all of 1949 he en
Raulerson served three tered Kent State University at
years with the U. S, Army as a Kent, Ohio, where he studiedfor
sergeant in the Nike Guided Missile his M. A. degree. In the fall
the all-new METEOR
program. of 1950 he entered the Collegeof Mercury
He was graduated from the Medicine of the Ohio State

University: of Miami Medical University Columbus, Ohio, and
School In 1960 and spent a yearas received his M. D. degree in ':

Hospital an Intern in at Orlando.Orange He Memorial enter. June, 1954. beautiful balance between big cars and compactsHANDLES

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He entered Internship
ed practice In Okeechobee In a rotating type
July of this year, being associ at St. Mary's Hospital,
West Palm Beach, In 1954 and
ated with Dr. James Horton In then did further residency workin w LIKE, A..COMPACT..ROOMY, ., AS A BIG CAR! PRICED LIKE A COMPACT.THE LUXURIES OF A BIG CAR!
erectedby Y.- '" '

the Dr.Dr.new Rau'erson Horton medical' this Is center a year.member of Mary's pediatrics following and medicine his Internship.He at St.. r ,1 -:::::- I L6 r fu 1 I -- I''

O.T.O. social fraternity Phi Chi is married to the former ;:= f
Medical Social Fra'ernitj Phi Barbara Gifford of Girard, Ohio. K// :
Kappa Phi Honorary Scholastic They have two sons, Robert 'h W. I
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Bruce and Richard Ernest. '
Fraternity, Alpha Omega Alpha i
only national medical fraternity The Seminole Indian Councilat l. >-..... J .0--' L
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of the Episcopal !!!]
member
and a Brighton Reservation appoint. .,,,,, :i:!!<;' I\ , l-
church.Dr. ed him their physician in 1957
Raulerson Is married to and he has been physician for TURNS, PARKS, HANDLES like a compact EQUALS THE ROOM in most big cars. A sixLOW INITIAL PRICE like compacts-actually DE LUXE APPOINTMENTS and instruments,
the former Joy Crouch of Clew the Okeechobee Volunteer Fire Thetumingradiuaial9'4ftWhwlbase:1164: : passenger car without qualification. The vaca- below several. Yet the Mercury Meteor Is even an ammeter and oil-pressure gauge.Power
Iston. The couple has two children men since 1956. He occasional. inches.. Length: only 203.8 in., yet inside it... Uon-size trunk ((31.5 cu. ft.) holds 15 suitcases, quality-built throughout luxurious has. ? steering and power brakes are also available.

Beth, four, and Bob, two. ly lectures to various groups on SAVES LIKE A COMPACT. . PERFORMS LIKE A BIG CAR! . .PLUS ALL THESE OTHER QUALITY FEATURES!
cancer for the American Cancer '
Skcllons FoundIn Society. He Is a member of '

the Trl-County Medical Society, a I : .
Ocala Taverns member of the Florida Medical "I 'I' -;;;;-..
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In Association and the American I \
Evidence has been found to Medical Association. I ,, # '61 '
dicate that ancient man might ....,
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used Ocala Caverns ten He Is a member of the Alumni ;....;,
have Associations of John Carrol' University .,." I' ; , _'U, >' "' .. ..,"... .. ... / ,
on
south of Silver Springs
miles to be Youngstown University, , I L wt L H'. M.IIJI... ._.. ._..,. ".. i y 3S
U. S. 441. What appears Kent State University and Ohio ,(M.awn.._ _j _._ Mw __. .
the roofs
smoke or soot covers State University and Is a mem TWO THRIFTY ENGINES to choose from. BEAUTIFUL BALANCE between power and MORE RIDE ADVANCES than any car near lu ROUTINE SERVICE ONLY TWICE A YEAR
of some of the smaller chambersto ber of the National Geographic Pick the "6" or the new top-performance 221 weight (lees than 3,000 Ibs.). This means bril- price. These include Cuahlon-Link Suspension, or at 6,000to 30,000-mile Intervals Meteor
the depth of almost a quarter Society, the National Audubon V-8. You get compact-ear gas mileage, plus. ., liant performance for hill climbing and passing. and a new type of unitized body("torque-box" Is qualitydesignedandbuilt to save you money:
of an Inch. design) that checks road vibration before can 6,000-mile oil changes and minor lubrications,
What Is more, human remainswere Society, the Pan-American Can A new approach to car design. Reduces weight. reach the passenger compartment. And t complete 30,000 miles between major lubrications, an
discovered In the wild or cer Cytology Society, the Nation. soundproofing program, which puts six antifreeze, anti-ruet coolant that lasts 2 years
undeveloped part of the caves In I' al Parks Association, the Nation. Has the best features of compacts and big cars. noise-deadeninginsulationallaboutyou.. orlo,004miles,self-adjusting brakes,and many
1954. These consisted of two al Forestry Association and the The result?The first car that handles like t com. more. Stop In and see this great car. It'i now
small skeletons believed to have International Oceanographic Association Priced like compacts . actually below several pattyetrideslikeabigcaramoothsolidquiet: on display at your Mercury dealer's showroom.y .

been those of children or pyg as well as various other !. .,..... avs'o. MM...c..... N..u01a.r .. "COMMIT tWIN
mies. The bones were fossilizedbut civic, medical and philan-

so brittle from age they throic organizations.
crumbled Into dust when an ef Dr. Mills was chief of staff of A FABULOUS TRIP FOR TWO-ENTER THE METEOR "HAWAIIAN HOLIDAY" CONTEST NOW .;

fort was made to remove them. the Louisiana Raulerson Hospital
last year. He and his wife (See your Mercury Meteor dealer and see how you can win,one of eleven tripe for two to Hawaii. Now to January 13.)

Rev and Mrs. Teddy Greene are members of the Church of

berger of Moore Haven spent Our Savious, Episcopal, and Dr. OKEECHOBEE MOTOR COMPANYRO
Wednesday night with Mrs. Marion Mills is superintendent of the

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The Door That Never Closes I Man May Have are dents aware Civil that Defense sudden personnel shelter like south Ocala of Silver Caverns Springs, ten on U.miles S. N

To Go To Caves for approximately 60,000 evacuees I 441, could be the answer to the. ;r.-
shelters.
By EMERSON E. MOORE citizens it will always be the For from the Orlando and Tampa problem of mass fallout Defense .
ProtectionThe Civil
place of their birth. It served Its areas must also figure in local!, With this In mind ':.
Nearly every community In the purpose well, but in recent years location and mapping of planning for protection against' Director A. J, Martin has
United States has in or near It Okeechobee has grown It became Y t / (t IO natural cavern around Ocala radioactive fallout\ from any asked the Pean Mather Wildlife ;
""The Door That Never Closes". evident that the hospitalwas i has begun as a volunteer Civil possible nuclear bomb explosion Club to locate, chart and record
Tim has often been describedthe too small and was outmoded Defense project. In addition to Large caves particularly those all physical data about caves lathe
door of the community hospital The advisability of building to the concern for Marlon County res. containing underground streams vicinity. t
;; be It a mammoth Institution old building was discussed, and .
with hundreds of rooms suchas the Idea discarded in favor of anew rY
you will find in the great citiesor building.
a small building with few
beds?as our Louisiana Raulerson Sunday, we will dedicate our y
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Hospital here in Okeechobee.For ICONGRATULATIONS F
pital. The old door closet and anew
365 days a year, 24 hoursa one opens. We are proud of t
day, the "door" Is open, readyto our new hospital. It li ont of the
receive the 111 and the Injured. finest, most modern in south
Within willing hands await to Florida. Well equipped, well
skillfully and tenderly ease the staffed, beautiful inside and out
suffering of the hurt and the sick It has a large 25 bed capacity,
Therein lies relief from fear and capable of housing many more in f
pain and depression. There the event of an emergency It is w TOOKEECHOBEE
nurses-Angels of Mercy-with virtually self sustaining should DRIVING AMBITIONS-Not a driving school, this classroom if one of Moscow's many
unselfishness and sacrifice pa electric power fall, with the large boarding schools,where youngster in the early grades learn about can and traffic laws.
tlence and compassion and un generator and deep well. Adequate They are taught the rudiments of automotive operation ai part of their general education.,
derstandlng, administer to the now, there is room for expansion
Deed of the suffering. when Okeechobee growl
There too, within the "door", to the point where it becomes
aided by the most modern machines nnecessary.
and Instruments, perfect Yes, we are proud of our new WE ARE PROUD TO HAVE HAD :
ed technique, and by the amassed "Door That Never Clo..." anc ft ftCONGRATULATIONS
medical knowledge of centuries, grateful to those whose unfailing THE PRIVILEGE OF DOING THE w
the doctor his skills to it to .
plies restore efforts brought us.
ON THE
ELECTRICAL WORK
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health, save life and limb
and to bring new life. ..
From the door,health and hope ToUt
restored, emerge those who were Humphrey OKEECHOBEE GENERAL. HOSPITAL
admitted to resume the life that Trains InGermany t,
was Interrupted by Illness or accident.
From It the new born first WE ARE PROUD OF THE
glimpse the outside world. WILLIAM E. PEDLOWEELECTRICAL ;
The Door That Never Closes Army Specialist Five Tom H PART WE PLAYED IN THE
means much more to the community Humphrey, whose wife, Doris, t
than a haven to turn to In lives in Philadelphia, recently CONSTRUCTION OF THE ENGINEER :
need.' It is of great economic participated in Exercise Brandy
value. One of the first questions Win, a field training exercise Involving 3617 ORANGE AVE. FT. PIERCE, FLA. :
asked by> those seeking a home- some 28,000 troops In FINE NEW.... ......
site in a new community is "Do Germany The exercise was con ft ft ft ft
you have an accredited hospital ducted to train small unit lead
Industry looks with disfavor ers and test the combat readinessof
en a location too far from proper participating units. OKEECHOBEE GENERAL HOSPITAL
hospitalization Therefore a modern Specialist Humphrey, a mechanic -
hospital is an incentive to In Headquarters Companyof
Industry.The the 35th Armor's 3d Battalion,
Louisiana Raulerson Hospital which is regularly located in
has long served Okeechobee. Mannheim, entered the Army in HAYNES PAINTING w
Hundreds of healthy Okee- 1946 and arrived overseas on CONGRATULATIONSto
chobeeans owe a debt of gratitude this tour of duty in May, 1960
to It, its doctors and per. Humphrey is the son of Tom H.
sor.eli. To many of our young Humphrey, Okeechobee.Congratulations. & DECORATING CO. I

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Commissioners County Commissioners
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JOHN F. PEARCE, Chairman N'. :M liM''' r .
.x CLAYTON WHITE, Chairman *
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R. J. ROBINSON 1
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CHARLES HARVEYH.
J. M. HAYES

H. RAULERSON 4,
+ LEE HILLIS

L. E. HERBERT .
IRVIN REGISTER




It is with a great feeling of pride that we witness the completion of Okeechobee's new County Hospitaland

we are more than pleased that it was done without inflicting a heavy tax load on our citizens.

While the building of this institution is only one of the many accomplishments of your Board of

County Commissioners, it is far and away the greatest and the one which through the years will serve

serve the largest number of people. Lack of adequate hospital facilities has resulted in several desirable

Industries, Businesses and Individuals to locate elsewhere in Florida. Now Okeechobee County has

I another attraction for new residents, an ultra-modern hospital. .

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" IT ALREADY IS THE DAIRY CENTER OF THE SOUTH. WE
HAVE TWENTY LARGE ACTIVE DAIRIES WITH MORE COMING.WE .
ARE CENTRALLY LOCATED WITH CHOICE INDUSTRIAL
J, OKEECHOBEECOUNTY SITES AVAILABLE.SOME INDUSTRY IS NOW BUILDING IN THE
t. COUNTY WITH MORE TO COME. POPULATION HAS MORE
\ THAN DOUBLED IN THE LAST 10 YEARS.
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OKEECHOBEE COUNTY IS THE HEART OF THE WORLD'S
I BEST FRESH WATER FISHING. RECORD CATCHES OF BASS,
FLORIDA I BLUE GILL, SHELL CRACKER, SPECKLED PERCH, ETC. ARE FRE-
QUENTLY RECORDED. IT IS ONE OF THE MOST FAMOUS
: DUCK HUNTING AREAS IN THE UNITED STATES. DEER, TUR-
:-: ." KEY, SQUIRREL, QUAIL AND OTHER UPLAND BIRDS ARE HERE
(...:. COUNTY COMMISSIONERS MEET SECOND IN ABUNDANCE. BOATING AND WATER SPORTS ARE IMPORTANT -
; !; \ TUESDAYS OF RECREATIONS. A BOWLING ALLEY IS NEAR COM
Q \! AND FOURTH
PLETION. THE CITY BOASTS OF THEATRES, TEEN-AGE RECREEACH
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MONTH ATION CENTERS AND A PUBLIC POOL


OKEECHOBEE HAS CHURCHES OF MANY FAITHS. THE HIGH
SCHOOL IS AN ACCREDITED SCHOOL, HIGH IN ATHLETIC
ACTIVITIES. A NEW PRIMARY SCHOOL WAS BUILT IN 1959.
CLASS ROOMS WERE ADDED TO OUR SCHOOLS ''THIS YEAR
TO ACCOUNT FOR INCREASED POPULATION. WE HAVE
MANY CIVIC AND FRATERNAL ORGANIZATIONS. MANY
PLANS FOR CIVIC IMPROVEMENTS ARE UNDERWAY.


OKEECHOBEE CITY IS AN EXCELLENT SHOPPING CENTER SER
i ,1 VING A FAR GREATER AREA THAN THE COUNTY ITSELF. RESIDENTS
; --4 COMING HERE FROM SURROUNDING COUNTIES FOR
THEIR NEEDS. LAND AND HOMES ARE COMPARATIVELY
CHEAP.
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th NNW ?* OKEECHOBEE COUNTY IS MID-STATE BORDERING ON BEAU-
S S r : ,; ; a; i i TIFUL LAKE OKEECHOBEE. IS MIDWAY BETWEEN MIAMI
AND THE TAMPA-ST. PETERSB URG AREA. IT IS WITHIN A
ONE TO TWO HOURS DRIVE TO EITHER COAST, AND WE
HAVE THE BEST CLIMATE WINTER AND SUMMER OF ANY
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.Bralimaiis First Baby In 200 AlcoholicsIII population since 1950 to a level ency on the beverage." flee
ft nearly five million citizens as The Florida Alcoholic] Rehabilitation The Program maintains
New Hospital [ Okeechobee the major factor In the increased Program is a state agency tlcnt clinics in Miami, Tampa; I
anda
number of alcoholics In the state created by the ]legislature in 1953 Jacksonville and Pensacola
--- Beat Stuart To Fare WellThe Shepherd Says The national total of alcoholics to treat Florida's alcoholic citizens treatment center at Avon Park; '
{cYc ) exceeds five million, more than and to work toward the control \More than 5,000 patients have
first baby to be born InOkeechobee'a If the population of Okeechobee the population of Florida. and prevention of the illness been treated at ARP facilities
f new General Hospital County Is representative of the by engaging In educational, Informational since the first clinic was opened 4
Florida, by virtue of its explosive
} will be lucky child In
24.7 a state, 200 of Its residents-
Friday Is and research activi seven years ago ; "
population figures, now
.f- deed. He (or his parents) will eluding] around 30 women-are
NOW! A yj receive about forty gifts given victims of alcoholism, accordingto above the national state averageof ; II
107,000 alcoholics, and leads
The Okeechobee Brahm an a through the generosity of Okeechobeti Ernest A. Shepherd, admlnls-
r'' NEWER..BETTERELECTRONIC wound up the 1961 football seasonn merchants Gifts will trator of the Florida Alcoholic the southern states, which aver
a blaze of play Friday night have a wide range. Rehabilitation Program age about 97,000 alcoholics each. CARS
REED ORGAN with a 24 to 7 win over Stuart. Among them are free gasoline Shepherd's estimate Is based Shepherd points out, however, USED ,
They scored In every period, twjo from Gilberts, free washings 'at OA formulas obtained from national that the state's rate of alcohol]
!' FOR JUST 1/3 THE USUAL { their touchdowns on ]long runs. the Okeechobee Laundromat, free studies and a survey conducted ism Is not necessarily higher than
A Stuart fumble on their own haircut to the father from Bill'lBarber In Florida by the late Dr. the national average. '61 FORD special I Discount
ORGAN PRICE nine yard line gave the Brahmans Shop and a free haircutfor J. M. Machlachlan] former head "Slightly more than half of our (Demonstrator) ,
the ball for their first touch the baby from Joe's, a floodlight of the University of Florida Department citizens are users of alcoholic
lown. Steve Stanley plunged over from Ferguson Plumbing, of Sociology. ARP of. beverages, and about six per '61 FALCON $1995.00
from the four yard line behind a feeder spoon and ring from Fin. Iclals have applied the formulasto cent of the users are destinedfor 4 dr. Like New
vr .' team males able blocking. ley Jewelers, a case of milk from Florida population figures released alcoholism" he says.
Just ahead of the half-time gun P,."M Auto Court, a $21 gift in the 1960 census The ARP administrator definesan '59 CHEVY $1195.00
Alex Fulford snatched a Stuart certificate from Watford Appliances "The number of alcoholics In alcoholic as "a compulsive 2 dr. ((1 owner)
pass on the 15 and ran It 85 a $5 gift certificate from Florida has climbed to a new drinker . a person who con '
yards for the second touchdown.The Young Ages, free cleaning at high of between 140,000 and 150,- tinually and uncontrollably uses 59 CONSUL $795.00
third score came In the third Okeechobee Cleaners a bottle 000," Shepherd says. He cites beverage alcohol excessively and 4 dr.
rE period when the Brahmans bulled warmer from Central] Electric, Florida's 72 per cent growth In develops a pathological depend- '
the ball from the Okechobee 42 n )In Infant's wear from Hauler- 58 CHEVY $895.00
a yard line to the Stuart 37, then sons, $5 In merchandise from 4 dr.
scored on a from Russell\
pass
Tastee-Freez
,
an electric
nurs-
'
Osceola to Mike Willis, I cry clock from Padgetts and an The 57 CHEVY $795.00
Stuart moved 49 yards to a electric Iron from Glades Gas 2 dr. Hardtop (V-8))
ouchdoun and made the kick He will also receive blousefor
a '
good for their PalmettoResfaurant 56 OLDS $545.00
seven points. Then his mother from Sandra Dress
on the kick off Russell Osceola Shop, two desk sets from Big 2 dr. Hardtop
took the ball on the five yard
Lake Office Supply, moccasins '
line and ran It 05 yards for the from the Fair Store bath tub 56 FORD $495.00

final score Cary Baldwin, who from Western Auto, 40(-piece 2 dr. Falrlane
has been better than average for feeding set and baby book from '
the season, missed all 56 CHEVY $350.00
four of Royals, two free meals from SIerra featuring
he Brahman conversions Okee a rug from Dixie Home, 2 dr.

chobee them to win.Okeechobee certainly. didn't need pair of lamps from Dave's TradIng '55 FORD $395.00
Center, robe and bootees Pan Fried Barbecued Chicken
MAGNUSCATHEDRAL. finished the season from Peters two free dinners 4 dr. Fairlane

with losses.seven They wins were against 4-2 In three con from Tennessee Restaurant Every SAT. and SUN. 6 OTHERS TO CHOOSE FROM
shampoo, set, facial and make.
'erence play WE HAVE SOME NEW CARS COMING IN. STOPIN
up for mother from Ruby's '
$339" 1'7EVERYDAY
. Only
.
Beauty Shop, two-year subscrlp- AND LOOK THEM OVER. WILL GIVE HIGHEST .
All the quality of a church organ-bass tones REST HOME; NEWS Ion to The Okeechobee News $5 TRADE-IN VALUE POSSIBLE.
that literally rumble-more than 40 symphonic C. L. Royals of West Palm on any purchase at Zelgler's 5x7
:. effects-are yours in the new ] -pricedMag- Beach visited his sister, Mrs enlargement from Fort Pierce Steaks Catfish SpaghettiNOON
nus Cathedral! Its volume, tonal variations and Melanie Higgenbotham at the Photo Center, and walker from
appearance are characteristic of the finest organsat Dunklin Rest Home over the Badcocks. LUNCHESFOR OKEECHOBEEMOTOR
any price.; Sound unbelievable? Come In-try week end. Ray Higgenbotham Other gifts Include a $5 gift
It-be thrilled I You'll agree with us-it's the and' son Lewis visited \Mrs. Higgpnbotham certificate from the Boston
outstanding organ buy of the year I Saturday and Sunday. Store, $3 certificate from the B- CARRYOUT CALL RO 3-3842
CO.Phones
Sally Rodriguez visited Mrs. Love-Ly Beauty Salon, and $20
First electronic reed organ to provide Exclusive ] .
MaU Pearce on Tuesday. In merchandise from Eddie's Su-
"Counter-Bass Tone Chamber" for deep. Donations at the home were icrmarket. DOT and RUSS McKEEHAN RO 3-3815 RO 3-4413

throated organ tones. turkey by Elsie Reichert, and The new baby will be very I See Georgia Boy or Claude Holcomb
Voice controls add trumpet, clarinet, strings pecans by M. It!. Martin. lucky, indeed.Meckiils. I
and flute to the music-plus the added colorful] The Brownie Troop, and Mrs. .
effects of tremolo, chorus and solo voce. Briney: visited the home last

If you can plug it In-you can play your favor- week and sang songs and gave Is ,
ite song In minutes...without knowing: a note napkins with names embroider. r 1 :
Named Winner
of music I And Magnus Music Cooks: give you ed on them.
hundreds of selections] Mrs. Junia Dreese, resident of Of AwardMeekins
the home Is in the Safety
In hospital.NO
. finely finished mahogany, walnut or blonde.

Inc., one of Florida's I
.
M' OTHER WAY largest producers of concrete .
She didn't want to marry himor products received two safety
his money, but there Just awards In November In recognition
Dixie Home wasn't any other way to get: out of their outstanding safe-
of it.POOR. ty program.
The first award 1 .
was presented ..
Furniture StoreRO VISION to the Meekins Safety Dir
Vision Is definitely affected! by ector, Ken Turnbull, by sergeant :: I
glasses: especially after they Chuck Sanders, Safely Officer 4
34215 Glen & HelenRae Davis haw been filled and emptied a for the Florida Highway Patrol, :
few times. The award In the form of a ,
Certificate of Meritoroious Ser 115

eo", vice.
I
Sgt. Saunders explained that
!
his award Is presented by the .1
Back Of The Swimming Pool Florida Highway Patrol to those 1JiIIIWI&UIlI

SEE MODEL HOME so. PARK ST., OKEECHOBEE t specific Individuals and organizations ).
who have excelled beyond -
the normal scope of safety _1IIIP_
programing and efforts In the
promotion of traffic safety.


If YOU OWN A LOTBUILD through: The Safety the second mail Council award from in the Wash came National ,' ..

ington, D.C. This award was a r

HOME OR APTS. WITH RELIANCE certificate no-injury of record Commodation In the 1960 fora !.

commercial vehicle section Safe
NO CASH DOWN PLANLOW ty Contest, and a staggering
I 327,9ns no-injury man hours to
December This ,
31
1960. figure
MONTHLY PAYMENTS LESS THAN RENT
represents in effect, almost 41,.
Your lot Is Your Down Payment 000 working days In 1960 without

personal Injury. .
.
ae N" lP t
+y r > a
FIRST FLAG
Florida's first flag accordingto :
Florida State Chamber of Com .
merce historians was made of ,
( ci Five horizontal stripes of white, :
blue, orange, red and green with
the words "Let Us Alone" print.ed ..
,1bi.: on its folds. ...

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N. 11 THE MODERN BUILDER :


Quality Materials County Zoning Approved Construction Beautifully Finished \' KNOWS THAT SERVICE .

Large 1 & 2 BATH Beauty Homes $ 50 .

Custom Built AS LOW AS. . pra.ss11 ; IS PART OF QUALITY ;

\I
S..What You luy
MODIL HOMIS AT OUR OPflCI. COMPLITID ;i AND QUALITY : !
HOMES CAN II SUN IN YOUR ARIA


Member of Saf Chamber of Commerceand IS ECONOMY! 1 ;

ASM. General Contractors of America

DUPLEX& APTS: NO CASH DOWN SIMILAR TERMS'RELIAJVCE : ;
1
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ENGINEERED!: : CONCRETE: PRODUCTS '

THOMA* N. HI ARM.. MltlOINT ; .

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CONSTRUCTION
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NAMI . . . . . . . 5. .; . . . . . . SPLIT LEVEL That's no I .. rr

*00815i. . . . . . . . . . . . . ladder, !t'. a blank space I
left between the 35-foot-I ( i
CITY. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. ,I II rI high wall panels of a San '.. ...

STATI . . . . . . . . . . . . . .' . . . . . . 'IJ.I Francisco building. The RO 3-3151 OKEECHOBEE, FLORIDA : :
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FREE! TO THE FIRST BABY .
TO THE PARENTS OF THE BEST WISHES

CONGRATULATIONS
FIRST BABY BORN TO THE NEW TO BE BORN COME TO
LITTLE ONE

IN THE NEW HOSPITAL PARENTS OF THE The Sandra -
1K WE HAVE A RUG

5 GALLONS OF FIRST BABY Dress Shop FOR YOUR NURSERY

CLEANING.a'a' JUST CALL FOR IT
SINCLAIR GASOLINE FOR YOUR
AT

1 Suit Each Ship 'n Shore
FROM DIXIE HOMEFURNITURE
L 'j' n: BLOUSE
J
GILBERT'S I OkeechobeeCLEANERS TO THE MOTHER OF STORE

THE FIRST BABY PHONE RODEO 3-4215

PHONE RODEO 3-3145 PHONE RO 3-3516
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TO THE PARENTS
10 FREE WASHER FREE! ; OF THE FIRST FOR THE FIRST BABY

LOADS AT THE TO THE BABY BORN IN THE A PAIR OF LAMPS
NEW OKEECHOBEE
OKEECHOBEE Laundromat FIRSTBABY GENERAL HOSPITAL
O
BILL & DEE PRESLEY .

PHONE RODEO 33056BILL'S A DESK PEN DAVE'S TRADING CENTER

irs FIRST SET EACH 4

HAIRCUTJOE'S .
FOR THE FIRST BABY
BARBER SHOP
IN THE NEW Big Lake BORN AT NEW HOSPITAL
FREE HAIRCUT TO
ROBE & BOOTIES FREEPETER'S
THE FATHER OF THE OKEECHOBEE GENERAL OFFICESUPPLY

FIRST BABY BORN IN
BARBERSHOP HOSPITAL
THE NEW HOSPITAL
JOHN H. STANLEYBILL'S
MANAGER 5c to $1.00 STORE
BARBER SHOP THESE FREE GIFTS PHONE RODEO 3-3417 CHRISTMAS TOYLAND



FREE! CENTRAL ELECTRIC THE FAIR STORE FOR THE PARENTS OF

THE FIRST NEW BABY

FLOODLIGHT AND GAS COMPANY YOUR CHRISTMAS GIFT HEADQUARTERS BORN IN THE NEW HOSPITAL
WILL GIVE THE FIRST BABY BORN
TO THE FAMILY
WE WILL GIVE THE FIRST BABY A IN THE NEW OKEECHOBEE 2 FREE DINNERS
OF THE NEW BABY
GENERAL HOSPITAL
FERGUSON PLUMBING BOTTLE WARMER TENNESSEE RESTAURANTFOR
A Pair of Baby Moccasins
(Bring This Coupon To Our Stor.)

TO THE MOTHER OF THE FIRST
RAULERSON DEPT. STORE
FOR THE FIRST NEW BABY BABY BORN IN OUR BEAUTIFUL ,

THE FIRST NEW BABY "We Clothe The Family" BORN AT L. R. HOSPITAL NEW HOSPITAL '

'. ., . + WILL GIVE A BABY BATH TUB A Free Shampoo and Set:,

Feeder Spoon and Ring $5.00 IN INFANTS WEAR Facial and Make up

FINLEY JEWELERS From Our Complete Stock WESTERN AUTO STORE RUBY'S BEAUTY SALON
of Baby and 1 Infants Wear Dept.


CASE OF MILK FREE! FREE! ::

FOR THE FIRST BABY 0 TO THE NEW BABY TO THE PARENTS :
A OF THE
This To Our Store)
(Bring Coupon $5.00 GIFT CERTIFICATE 40 PIECE FEEDING SET FIRST NEW BABY
FRESH MEATS and GROCERIES q AND
A 2 Years Subscription

PAGES AUTO COURT TASTEE-FREEZ A BABY BOOK TO

W. G. BRANTLEY ROYALS DEPT. STORE The Okeechobee NewsWATFORD'S



FREE!
PADGETT'S PHARMACY FREE DINNER TO

$5.00 On Any Purchase
PARENTS OF FIRST BABY
TO THE PARENTS OF THE TO THE FIRST
ZEIGLERS FURNITURE
FIRST BABY BORN WE WILL GIVE A KING OR QUEEN SIERRA RESTAURANT
STATE ROAD 70
BORN IN OUR
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$25.00 GIFT CERTIFICATE Across From Eddies Supermarket

BEAUTIFUL NEW HOSPITAL
TOWARD THE PURCHASE OF AN
FREE!
AUTOMATIC WASHER OR DRYER An Electric Nursery Clock FOR THE FIRST BABY TO THE PARENTS OF THE .
BORN AT THE NEW HOSPITAL FIRST NEW BABY
*
OR $5.00 IN CASHWATFORD'S FROM A Black and WhiteBOSTON
FOR BABY'S NEEDS AND YOtIRS-
STORE 5x7 Enlargement

DRUGS, SUNDRIES

AND FOUNTAIN SERVICE $5.00 GIFT CERTIFICATE FT. PIERCE PHOTO SERVICE .

FORT PIERCE SHOPPING CENTER ..':



FOR THE NEW MOTHER F REElFOR !
0 $5.00 GIFT CERTIFICATE

TO THE NEW PARENTS
THE NEW BABY OF THE YOUR CHOICE OFCOSMETICS
OR
BEAUTY CARE WALKER
A FIRST NEW BABY BORN
Salon CHROME STAND ON
B-Love-Ly Beauty
A NEW WESTINGHOUSE 2" LUCITE CASTORS
$5.00 GIFT CERTIFICATE
FOLDS FLAT. TURQUOISE
ELECTRIC IRON
CHOOSE YOUR FABRIC COVER, FOUR
TO THE NEW PARENTS _
BUMPERS BY THAYER
OWN GIFT A

GLADES GAS CO. $20.00 Purchasing OrderEddies 'e .:
YOUNG AGES
U.S. HWY. 441 At SAL R.R. Tracks BADCOCK'SFURNITURE
.Super Market
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with the boys who Sister Zella Anthony, state
"......." .." ." " ...,...,...,...,. ()f the Cub Packs. be completed of the Cub president of a missionary circle
FOUR AFTER, FIVE The Den Mothers and assistants will be members
who served last year were Scouts for the coming year. from Jatonvllle, Indiana, arrlved

', ,"' Ann Fulwider, Clols Harvey, It Is not necessary for the last Thursday Kvlstad for a visit and with thechildren
SOCIETY Doris Boggs, Hazel Thomas Mrs. boys to be present at this meeting Mr. and Mrs.at the Ole Real Life Children's .
i E Lerols Blount, Mrs. Quilllt Ilazellief although they may come If
1 y Mrs Mildred Coker, Mrs their parents desire. W urge all Ranch.
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Ethel Rogers, Mrs Pat Godwin parents who have boys from the Mr. and Mrs B. B.
Wilson AndWoodham and Mary Frances Dixon. Robert ages of eight to 11 years to be Fort Lauderdale and Mr.returned and
Alderman served as Pack present so that they may have Mrs. Charles McArthur
from a 1O()-day vacation
Vows Calendar Master. their names on the new charter.It home Sunday with relatives In Miss. (.
All of the members of the current Is planned to organize the ."
Said Sunday I pack committee, which Is new packs Immediately so the slppl. spent last
Lvenh 1YMx made up of men, are also askedto meetings can be started. Both Mrs, Leonard Berger visiting
Miss Pauline Wilson, daughterof \Jf Cubs week end In Fort Pierce
be present 10 that the appllcat'on I the parents of potential Vaughn
Mr. and Mn. J. U Wilson of with her slater Mrs Ben
>/ N/->X-V"v->X-V r > 1 for the new charter may are urged to be present. '
Thomasvllle, Georgia, and Marvin LEGION AUXILIARY Monday 1
Woodham, ion of Mrs. Nettle Legion Hall, 7:30 p.m. + 9Day
Woodham, of Okeechobee were VOLUNTEER FIRE DEPT
united In marriage Sunday, November Monday, Fire House, 7.00 p.m.
19 at the First Baptist JAYCEES Tuesday, Palmetto s
Church. Rev. Cooper Marshall Restaurant, 7:00: p.m. .
O
j performed the double ring cere ROTARY Tuesday, Lakeshore .
mony at 2:30: In the afternoon. Restaurant, 12:IS p.m.
Mrs. John Ed Burdeshaw play. BOAT CLUB Thursday, CourtHouse Reddy Says:
cd traditional wedding marches 7:30: pm. ,
for the processional and recessional
and Bobby Raulerson was 0 .
fololst. Jo Parrish n q. w r sa- qs ''a p'trw {l4N1d

Miss Dorothy Godwin, maid of
honor, was attired In a street Circle Meets "I Will Help Make Your

length gown of yellow chiffon The Jo Parrish Circle of the
Judy Ann Thomas, In a yellow Methodist Church met recentlyat Visit More Pleasant at the
chiffon frock flower girl. r
was the home of Mrs. Neil Rucks wasr
Miss Janice Wilson and Mill Linda I
with Mrs. Jack Wolf as co- ;' Hospital"Okeechobee
Godwin were bridesmaids, and hostess. e < New Okeechobee
.
wore dresses of pal green chlf f'V
Mrs. Wolff presented the program
ton.The on "The Household of
bride's gown was the traditional
world council of
God", the
white, waltz-length, and
churches, and the history and< i
fashioned of Chantilly lace with
meaning of Thanksgiving -
present day
sweetheart neckline Her elbow
.
length veil was atttached to a
Two members Mrs Jull
tiara ornamented with seed pearl, new
and she carried a bouquet of an Hugglni and Mrs. Chester
white roses. circle.Walford, were welcomed: to the I I II II

Robert Walters was best man, After the business meeting can well be proud of its modern new hospital, with every
and ushers Arthur Xlpperer and
refreshment were served to the
Jimmy Croft. new members, visitors, Mrs. Em. advanced facility for your comfort and well-being . whether you are
Both Mrs. Wilson, the brides
mett Rucks, Mrs. Joe Sutton and .
mother and Mrs. Woodham, the there for a check-up or to visit a friend. All electric kitchen equipment
: Mrs Brent Rucks and members,
mother of the street
groom wore "
Mrs. Cater Lee, Mrs Ray Stiles, wA The all-electric dish
length dresses of blue, and each provides cool, clean, safe, flameless electric cooking.
Jesse Watford, Mrs. Bill Hen FLATTERY AFTER FIVE There's little to be said about the "little evening hat"
wore a shoulder corsage of white very
Earl McFarland, Mrs. washers safe, cleanliness of all dishes and utensils. And
dry Mrt. provide sanitary
carnations. this winter season. Bigger hats are "big" for wear at dusk and all through the evening.For
A reception was held immediately Sutton Rucks, Mrs. Joe Galbraithand example, there will be: I swirl turban of gold lame, trimmed with jet beads (top there is safe, flameless electric air-conditioning for year round comfort of
] after the ceremony In the Mrs. Jack Wolff. left); a sweep of gold feathers cascading backward (top right); a tall tiered blue ma-
church social rooms For the goIng The Circle will hold their next line with matching silk grosgrain headband (bottom left); and a black malice babble! patients, staff and visitors.
meeting, a Christmas party, at
emsemble the bride
wore away a dress of yellow chiffon the The home meeting of will Mrs be T.held C. Doonan.December cember 11, at 7 p. m. with Rev. her prime, recounting her years tie Shirley] Ann's. Furthermore, because electricity costs so little for the many jobs it does so
with matching accessories. F. C. Rohrer, pastor of the and experiences of bygone days.
The bride graduated from the IS. Church of the Brethren, officiating The huge birthday cake literally Cub Scouts To well it helps to keep hospital costs down.
Favo Georgia High School with aflame with 81 candles casta
the Class of 1960 and was I Engagement Is light over the dining table and ReOrganizeA
former employe at the Louisi the honored guest though chipper )
ana Raulerson hospital. Announced Mary Walclron, and gay required several meeting for the purpose of 7teaL1 d &z& EruAs
The groom is employed by Rev. and Mrs. Claud Bass of 81 HonoredOn puffs to put out the lighted tapers reorganizing the Cub Scouts, k- flamelessFLORIDA l .
Woodham Brothers Construction Kenansville have announced the "I'm not old" she quipped "just and to review the charter of the / cMrse1R. rG0II .
Mr. and Mrs. Woodham are residing engagement of their daughter, BirthdayMr. been here a lorg time". Cub Scouts, will be held Thursday II
on South Kissimmee Streetin Claudia Lee to Robert Monroe Those present besides the host, night, Nov. 30, at 7:00: p. m. \
Okeechobee. Arnold, son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert and Mrs. Oscar Waldron hostess and their daughter Shirley in the high school auditorium.

Arnold of this city. entertained relatives and friendsat Ann were Mr. and Mrs. Alvin The Cub Scouts have been active .. ,
Claudia Lee Is a graduate of their home Tuesday evening Waldron Mrs. Annie Belle in Okeechobee In the past and M '
Mr. and Mrs. Jerry E. Walker St. Cloud High School where she last week In celebration of the Williams, Mr. adn Mrs. Barney are sponsored by the PTA, whose I POWER' & LIGHT COMPANY
and children of Miami spent served as school librarian. Mon list birthday of their mother, Storey, Miss Nell Kerr, Mrs. I president this year Is Margaret
the Thanksgiving holidays visit. roe Is a graduate of Okeechobee Mrs Mary Waldron. Looking Christine Godwin and daughter I Gaughan Ben Dixon is acting as HELPING &UILO FLORIDA
ing their parents Mr. and Mrs.J. High School and Nashville Auto- much younger than her years, Shirley Ann Punch; ice cream Commissioner for the Gulf
H. Walker, Jr., and Mrs. Diesel College, Nashville, Term. "Aunt Mary" greeted guests and and cake were served by the I Stream Council and will be present -
Jeff Douglas. The wedding will be held De- moved among them as one in hostess assisted by ,the' two lit to help In the organization

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THURSDAY, FRIDAY, SATURDAY


I NOVEMBER 30, DECEMBER 1 and 2 ,


LADIES NYLON HOSE MEN'S GREY SWEAT SHIRTS ITS: GETTING \ ' "

Seamless & Full fashion, Reg. 79c, 89c and $1.00 FLEECE, Reg $1.39 ;> I
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55c 2 $100] $100 .J, tt" j
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for I # '
I now pair now AE i" J.f. r

72x90 PLAID BLANKET MEN'S STRETCH HOSE \ I

Rayon and Orlon, Reg. $5.98 Reg. 49c to 79c : / 'r..<1 ",f"; \

$400 37c 3 $100 ) /f Ir'\l\ {' l
y ,'-
: now now pair /' /1 '
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24x6 RUNNERS LADIES COTTON BRIEFS N1f ';

fi, ALL WASHABLE RUG, Skid resistant, reg $2.49 Reg. 59c r jW.'

$200 now It $1 1 r'-IJ "ll I


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LADIES SCARFS (
BOYS FANCY ANKLETS .
(
q!l,1, Reg 39c, 49c, 59c, Reg. 59c !

W: now 35c 3 pair. $1 00 now 2 for $1 1 00 .: 6. w I



BOYS FANCY SWEATERSSlipover GIRLS PANTIE & BRA SET b re
Sizes 4.12
Coat Styles, Crew & V-Neck, reg. $4.98-$5.98

I $4 00 now $1 00 GNt-shopping. 1), snow 1

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"im.l. sherti / 3
f'MENS
Children's
PANTIES
TROUSERS Moke the most of ,
100% Comb Cotton Reg. 39c
I Polish Cotton & Bedford Cord Reg.$3.98 ,

i now $359 2.p airMEN'S $'700 now 35c 3 for $100 Jt by inoppinj ''l.rl'Christmas ,


Ladies HOUSE SLIPPERS 1

SWEATERS Wedge Heel, sizes 5-9, narrow and medium widths LADIES SWEATERS TERRY KITCHEN
Slipover, Coat Style, V-Neck, Crew Neck, Reg. $6.98 regular $299 TOWELS 'I
I (NINE ONLY)
OOO .
$500 $ Values $7.99 to $9.99 REGULAR 39c
now jj
now *
NOW ONLY NOW EACH 3Sc ij

8': Ladies PAJAMAS and GOWNS LADIES HANDBAGS $ FOR P\

Cotton Flannel, in waltz length & long, reg 2.98J57 Regular $2.98 6.00 3 FOR 1.00


$L 2 $5BOSTON $2 00 I

now for now Store Hours at the BOSTON STORE


if DECEMBER o, 13, 20-Open Wednesday Afternoons
DECEMBER 7-Family' Night-Open 7 to 9 p.m.

STORE DECEMBER 14-STAG NIGHT-Open 7 to 9 p.m. H'i
ri DECEMBER 15 OPEN UNTIL 8

ft DECEMBER 16-OPEN UNTIL 9pP.m., i

: YOUR DOLLAR BUYS MORE AT THE BOSTON STORE DECEMBER 18 and 19-OPEN UNTIL 8 p.m.

PHONE RODEO 3.3213 FLAGLER PARK BUILDING' DECEMBER 20, 21, 27, 23-OPEN UNTIL 9 p.m.
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.......-- ,- .--- Markham Plant I wide and would extend Into the Protests should be based on
i : County Applies
EARLY TRUCK waterway about S feet. effects of navigation should be

Packs Million For Boat Ramp The ramps would be placed on addressed to the District En

r the upland within the right of glneer, Corps of Engineers, P.
Cases Last Year At Fifth Street way for Fifth Street. 0. Box 4970, Jacksonville, Flor.

DRIVING It Is not proposed to hold a Ida In lime to be received before
GOOD Markham Brother canning plant Application has been made to public hearing on this applica December 15.
> r 'llftxt enjoyed iti largest season last the Department of the Army by tion. Anyone desiring to submita
according to John Bur. the Board of Commissioners
aA year E. County protest based on the proposi NO ONE TO COLLECTThe
a M deshaw, In charge of plant pro for Okeechobee County lion that the proposed work neutron bomb Is designed
ductlon. More than million for a permit to construct two
FOR LAUGHSBy a would unreasonably Interfere to destroy people and property;
cases of tomatoes boat to connect with the
were packedlast ramps with public navigation, or would But then who would pay the
r year by the Markham westerly bank of Taylor Creek, unfavorably affect the navigable property taxes?
plants, which Is about 30 per a tributary to Lake Okeechobe -
FROG SMITH One capacity of the said waterway,
time while
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D. Doug)
cent of all the tomatoes packedIn at the foot or Fifth StreetIn
Barfield should submit such protest In Few people drop five dollar
was driving a lumber
Yes, they did, and they produced the itate. Markham also operates Okeechobee.The .
truck for a mill near Greenland, writing In sufficient detail to bills Into the collection plate at
some tall too. plants at Immokalee
cussing That vo ,
WUson'f I believe, but there were two proposed concrete admit of a clar understanding church without seeing that the
eal accomplishment valuable Princeton, Green and
was a several more In the neighbor. Bowling boat ramps would be 14 foot of the reasoni thereof. giver is properly Identified.!
asset to the Melbourne but
early driver of the main office
the pioneer tracks In the Washington hood, a salesman off the good Is In Okeechobee.

( County sand hills. It has roads came down to sell the The company also packs

been a long time ago but I can company an International. peaches In Fort Valley, Ga., and
Now the
remember when there were only International was a Mount Holly Springs, Pa, and
two trucks In the county wasn't good truck, but the salesman has a tomato canning plant In Progress in a Community is best indicated by .
good driver in
The Ice Plant had one made a sand lie Virginia.The .
from a cut-down 1912 Model T I failed miserably and when Doug, Okeechobee plant employs the growth of its industry and the spiritof
who had ben
getting there and
Ford and the Standard Oil Com about 250 people and has a week.
back, offered to drive the sales its citizens. The completion of the
owned old
pany an White. One man-driver) ly payroll of $15,000, which lathe
of the kinds with the progressive refused. He said no- largest payroll In the Okee
body would drive that truck until new General Hospital facility
transmission. It had about half chobee area. The tomato pack
a dozen forward speeds, two neu Like It was all out fellows of his who hands.know more e- 3 I t for this season Is just getting underway reflects the confidence of the

tral positions and two reverses. and will run to June. Fol
The Gulf refining people still than they understand, he w8.ln't and is indeeda
familiar with the sand hill lowing the close of the tomatorun people
played it safe at that time by ways.
here the operation moves to
Ho would let the truck go in high
delivering their gasoline In a gear until the motor stalled before Fort Valley and several local prideful
mule-drawn tank-wagon. people go to Georgia for the
shifting to low and then it
event
Then the ice plant needed peach canning
was too late. Doug knew that andif
more transportation and bought he had been allowed to drive, The Markham plant was started .
the first solid tired heavy duty a sale would have been made. here In 1938 and has grown
truck In town. Though it was
Then I remember when the steadily since that time. Dur
called the biggest truck In Chip.I first straight-side tire appearedon ing that period tomato production
lej, It was only rated at the
a Model T truck. The Chero has Increased so greatly In
three-quarters of a ton, while Cola Company built a drink truck NEW HOME-Exchanging the Himalayas for the Alps, Florida that today Florida packs
the Standard Oil's i old White We Deem It A Pleasure
Tibetan 10 cent of the tomatoes In
out of a flivver and gave Manse refugees walk with i local girl guide after traveling per
must have been a one-ton job. Carter the Job of driving It. I halfway around the world to live In Switzerland The chil the United States.

After 1915 trucks became pretty heard several people say they dren are settled at the village of Unterwassen at the van Markhams also pack green And
common In Chipley and the wondered why Manse got that guard of a group of 200 Tibetan refugees to be resettled by beans and potatoes during a part A PrivilegeTo
surrounding hills, but what a the Swiss Red Cross and of the but main
job when he had been such a Association for Tibetan Homes season emphasis
headache it was to some of the
Is tomatoes. At time the
success with the two-mule wagonhe on one
first owners when they learned Say
had been hauling drinks on. company canned guava jelly and
that their new trucks could not
Well, it was true that Manse hearts of palm, but these operations
do half what the dealers said
did not have to handle so many have been 'Iscontlnued as
could. Not in the sand-hills
they
cases of drinks but he had other the tomato Industry expanded.Two .
anyway. troubles in getting over the road brother., W. Allen and
Down In the sand hills truck
with the 1m- and IU provisedtruck. Roscoe Markham are the chief
drivers learned that the
soon In time he wished for the owners of the Markham Industry.
only way to load lumber on a
wagon again. Both are residents of Okeechobee
Model T Ford to balance the
was
Washing the family car Is a and W. Allen Markham Is
load so that a hefty man could common and dreaded American state representative from Okee CONGRATULATIONSand
lift the front axle. Then the driving
chore. But the first truck I ever chobee county.
of a truck loaded like that
knew of having an all-over bath
called for skills that a Western I
was the Ice Company's Repub
CARD OF THANKS
bronco buster never heard of.
lic. When Ernest Taylor got slue We wish to take this opportunity
Dodging through the black Jack
in a creek with a load of Ice and to thank friends and
oaks or whipping around the our Best Wishes
the creek rose over it.
neighbors for their cards,
kinks of deep sand ruts made many
bob nails more necessary In the flowery and deeds of kindness
seat of the drivers overalls than THE DIFFERENCE: during the recent illness of Shar-

h! the heels of his boots. Becausethe What's the difference between lene Hudson. We especially thank
seat was always a wooden a bachelor and a married man? Rev. Ragsdale and all of you for

box over the gas tank and the When a bachelor walks the floor the many prayers laid In her

front wheels were in the air with a baby, he's dancing. behalf. May God bless each and

half the time. --'r everyone of you as he has

When a truck driver learnedto NEW DIRECTORYA surely blessed us.
negotiate the deep sand ruts supplement to the 1961 Dir The family of Sharlene Hudson.

and get back home all in one ectory of Florida Industries, pub CENTRAL ELECTRIC
lished biennially by the Florida
piece, it was useless for a sales- NOT PERMANENT
man who knew only hard surfaced State Chamber of Commerce, Hlhoshtma preserves the twist-
road driving, to try to will be off the press early in ted skeleton of Hs Industrial Exhibition ,

demonstrate. .1962. ; f Hall as a permanentgrim AND GAS CO. (

) reminder of the first atomic _
bombing of a city on August 6IMS .
ANY Some scientists predictedthat
FOR
IT IS UNLAWFUL ,
< nothing would grow there
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PERSON OR PERSONS TO it.,1. an _.. .----"n trees were budding again and

STRAW BOSS-With sunglasses and soda pop, James the flowers now bloom a few hundred -
chimpanzee seems to be taking this evolution business too yards from the blast's cen

ENGAGE IN BUSINESS seriously as he sips away at the Southampton, England, Zoo. ter ]
"Gentleman Jim" likes being a monkey non-conformist.
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UNDER A FICTITIOUS
LINES ARE READIt

Engineers is not necessary to use a

NAME UNLESS THE NAMEIS big space all the time in the CONGRATULATIONS

I Okeechobee News when you ad .
Change Rules vtise: Just a few lines, like
REGISTEREDThe i these. ".'" v. read

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For SEL. MENT UPON THE DEDICATION OF THE NEW

fictitious name statute was changed by the BridgesThe You can make some progressif

1951 Legislature and The Okeechobee News has the you will give your attentionto OKEECHOBEE COUNTY GENERAL
self improvement and let oth
U. S. of
Corps Engineers
and adv.rrtising.
necessary forms for proper registration three years ago set up specifics- er people do the same.

ions for new bridges over the
Klssimmee river and there was HOSPITAL
the notice the necessary
The charge for advertising
considerable Interest locally since .
four times I II $15.00. bridges were proposed In the

As amended by the) 1951 session, the law reads area.considerable Previously agitation there over had been con BEST WISHES.

as follows: traction of a span at Paradise .

"It shall be unlawful for any person or persons; Run.The

ai defined herein, to engage in business as herein specifications three years

defined, under a fictitious name as herein defined, ago called for a vertical clear. .OS TO THE STAFF OF THE NEW HOSPITAL,

and unless said fictitious name shall be ance of 10 feet above water surface -

without registered with the clerk of the circuit court of or 30 and feet a in horizontal the channel clearance with s ''t'iw1 TO THOSE WHO MADE THE NEW INSTI-

the county where the principal place of businessis movable center span.

which registration shall consist of filing with the TUTION POSSIBLE AND TO THE PEOPLEOF
Now the Engineers find It necessary -
clerk aforesaid, an affidavit signed by interested to give careful study to I Iib

persons, stating under oath the names of all those the dimensions of each struc- es.p OKEECHOBEE COUNTY, WHO WILL

Interested In the business enterprise, the extent of tare which may be proposed ; ? s

the Interest of each, and the fictitious name under cross the Kissimmee River In BENEFIT BY THE NEW BUILDING.
order to protect the reasonable
which said business Is carried on. Said registration
rights of navigation and to Insure
may not be made until the person or persons desiring acess to the area by the type of

to engage in business under a fictitious name dredging and construction equipment

shall have advertised his or their intention to register which will be utilized In enlarging "

said fictitious name at least once a week for four and maintaining the Klsjnmee AND THANKS.
River and building the .
weeks In definedby
((4) consecutve some newspaper as
structures required by the Cenral PF
law In the county where said registration is to and Southern Florida Flood

be made, and said registration shall not be acceptedby Control Project.

the clerk of the crcult court except upon receh. Therefore, they have rescinded TO EVERYONE WHO WORKED SO HARD

Ing proof of such publication." the 1958 ruling and all future

bridges will be considered on an TO MAKE THE NEW INSTITUTION POS-
individual merit basis.

SIBLE. IT IS THIS SPIRIT OF COOPERATION

IT IS WITH GREAT PLEASUREWE

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ORDER FROM RANCH FERTILIZER YOUR PROBLEMS -
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Okeechobee forts of the people mentionedand an king sent help to Nehemiah All donations art tax exempt, and
News the many others not men to rebuild the walls of Jerusalem.God .U help Is appreciated.

t Jered as Second Class Matter July l,lJ1M: at the Post Office In tioned. always provides someoneto
Okeechobee. Florida Under l 8. 1879 According to the Bible, we carry on His work. SOMETHING MISSING
Subscription Price (In advance per year W.00 read where Hiram a neighbor. Anyone wishing to help financially Education by television Is like THE X-RAY MACHINEAT
years. $3.00.: Six Months$2.00. Shorter periods not accepted. ing king helped Solomon to or with material or labor, kissing your girl over !the tele-
LAMONTE H. MOORE Publisher build the temple at Jerusalem by please contact Robert Going at phone It's the best you can do at
EMMALENE B MOORE. Advertising Manager sending laborers and materials. his stand at the canning plant, the time, but It if not a substitute THE '
Wi also read where a Babyloni or Pastor Jensen at the church for intimate endearments.
[BUSHED EVERY FRIDAY AT OKEECHOBEE. FLORIDA

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Final Stages NEW OKEECHOBEE ', ,

RE, THERE To All The .

People of Okeechobee

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Okeechobee Assembly of SUPPLIED ,
God church Is In the final stages
YONDER of Its building program This Best Wishes' BYGENERAL ,
program began In 1936 when the
first shovelful of earth was removed -
DECIDED to get on the by Rev. C. Rex Reynolds,
g tide of the Boss "Old InkS who was holding evangelistic ELECTRIC
"' K we took him fishing meetings with the church at that ON THE OCCASIONOF
lha kiglvlng{ Day. He had ex- time.

pre ed a desire for a mess of There was less than a dollar In COMPANYXRAY
c.; ,b and bream so we took him the bulllding fund and there were THE
river several miles to a
tip jii neither tools nor materials to
ipo where w. had caught a good. build with. One thing the people'
ly rial of both species only a did have and that was much FORMAL DEDICATIONOF DEPARTMENT
for days before, Some way or
faith and confidence In God who
of things didn't work out Just wa? able to provide somehow I 704 S.W. 27th Avenue

.+h e l had planned. for the needs of the church. I YOUR
Miami FloridaDEPENDABILITY
A shovel was borrowed from I .
E WIND was pretty strong
Mr Hadden and a ball of twine
an the ride up the river was
NEW BUILDING AND
and
anchored a string level was gotten on
to \ Shortly after we
credit
from the Okeechobee
an started to fish It commenced -
Hardware Store. Four sticks 1
rain. After about an hour
0
were driven into the ground and FACILITIES FOR
du: 1 which the rain continued
the digging began The next daya
an the fish failed to bite Spots
be man had a truck load of cement
might
t ally suggested we
blocks delivered to the site. Orin THE
home.
be r off at
Lee surveyed the site and many

\ E STARTED IN The driving others helped In the erection of
the church. Ronnie Watts and OKEECHOBEEGENERAL
ra hat seemed to find an open
In, .n the rain coats we had sot Bill Williams poured the floor. ,
hfully provided added little Corbett Norman donated most
of the trip. of the blocks and sent a man out
to a pleasure HOSPITAL
to put them up. Later his ranch
LUCK held out. About twos crew put the roof on the building
short of our destination we under the direction of the late J y OROVW
fa out of gas After Old Ink Jack Wilcox. Most of :the work
Spl s had flailed the wactr a was done by the men of the
fe minutes with the oars church and the women did most = I :
JOE YATES HAS FURNISHED AMBULANCE
I ai ist the wind, he decided of the painting. Mr. Gorlay and .'
\I'e would makemore time If he bIt Feustel put the doors on. I
we to get ashore and tow the The present project Is to fin
' be while we kept it pushed ish the Sunday School rooms by I SERVICE FOR THE OKEECHOBEE AREA FOR
' so y with the oar. the end of the year These classrooms .
t' are needed because two

HE TRUDGED down the classes are being held outside
27 CONSECUTIVE YEARS.HE
bt pulling the boat we reed and four are In the unfinished .
111 that he reminded us a part. Doors and windows are OKEECHOBEECOUNTY
f br. f a tow mule. We shouldn't needed as well as a roof and cement
111 We arose to the occassion. floor for the large room.
I ver, It was as we noted Also needed Is the electrical work
Ttfisglving: Day and we were and the stucco for the walls. BANKMEMBER
\el thankful we had the Old Boy Paint too, is needed.
IS VASTLY PLEASED WITH THE NEW
f a1 lto, row and pull the boat. Rev. Ray Lantz of Okeechobee FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORPORATIONS :
a former pastor of the '
THE TIME you read this church has drawn and donated .-.j .

u don't get your paper toe tho blueprints which make pos. PHONE ROdeo 3.3125 I OKEECHOBEE GENERAL HOSPITAL AND CONGRATULATES -
rr i hope to have our plans sible the completion of the Ares
jiade for something we havet't ent buildipg program. Thefolksat ,
(ad much opportunity to'dool the church appreciate the ef FORESIGHT
last few years. THE COUNTY ON ITS
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RE GOING HUNTING. The
ki of hunting we used to enjoy
I IN PROVIDING SUCH MODERN FACILITIES.
so 'til. We're going after a mess
quirrell meat, up in the Su- WE ARE SOPLEASED.
w 4uee River Section.
YATES WILL CONTINUE TO SERVE THE NEW..
RSE ION a turkey or deer
ge In our way and won't move

ye nay have to shoot him. HOSPITAL. OUR SERVICE IS AS NEAR AS

:RKEY WE MAY shoot Just

fo spIte. We've eaten so much .
sir I Thanksgiving and on) we YOUR TELEPHONE.
gofie when we talk? Finally got

th carcass picked clean today.H "
the Mrs: doesn't decide tom J i
soup over the bones. We
c t even stand to pick our teeth
\I. aturkey bone. To join with Business, JOE YATESPHONE

:1Y THING WE hate about
ge g hunting Is that' we will Industry and the Citizens
of
J11 the dedication program
th :lospltal. That will be a big RODEO 3.4210 OKEECHOBEEFORT
do 1 in Okechobe. After the past
\I on the hospital edition of of this Fine Communityin
PIERCE HOWARD 1.7000 COLLECT
the paper we feel like we should
m !be become one of the first
to out those new beds. these Expressions of

GENTLY SIX high school
ho; were convicted in the city
co for causing extensive dam- Good Wishes and Congratulations .
ag lo the home of J. C. Wood-
al Ugh school principal. I
j of the boys came from good TO THE HOSPITAL BOARD, O59
hoi' !n, They were old enough, ,
to iow better and that it was' '
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lk; stemmed from some neces-
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AND THE PEOPLE OF We Take Great Pleasure In
!Z LAW prohibits the use of
the culprits! names to be used in 4
the ws.. To us this is all wrong. OKEECHOBEE COUNTYON Adding Our Congratulations
It unjust to the large major ,
1'y il teenagers who are above
sin antics, but who will be THE To The PEOPLE OF OKEECHOBEEYOU
Jud (4 along with the guilty ones.
Fe < will look with suspicionU .
U > boys because the namse DEDICATION OF THE NEW '
of 'guilty are withheld. HAVE A BEAUTIFUL NEW HOSPITALAND

W JE THE NAMES of youth.ful OKEECHOBEE GENERAL HOSPITAL
adals published when theyare WE HAD THE PRIVILEGEOF
caught, if they know that
the Barnes would be published.It INSTALLING THE STORE FRONT
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