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Title: The Okeechobee news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The Okeechobee Publishers, Inc.
Place of Publication: Okeechobee Fla
Creation Date: December 29, 1961
Publication Date: -1992
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Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 82, no. 91 (Sept. 13, 1992).
General Note: "The voice of the Everglades."
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 6, no. 24 (Jan. 8, 1926).
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"THE ONLY PAPER PUBLISHED IN OKEECHOBEE COUNTY-THE D AIRY CAPITAL OF FLORIDA"

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MOORE Volume 54-Number 25 Okeechobee, Florida, Friday, December 29, 1961 Telephone ROdeo 3.3134 and 3.3135 lOe Per. Copy


This Issue of The Okeechobee

News, the last one to be published Mrs. 51 TB X-RAY UNIT TO MAKE Garden Club
Pope
In 1961 was produced under dill. Brahmans Board Votes Two Cars

cullies. Because Christmas came Dics ThursdayMrs. TEN APPEARANCES IN COUNTYThe To Hold Show
on) Monday we were short a day

Then Old Ink Spots and the entire Favored Minnie Bell Pope, age 51, $1500 ForWelfare On April 21 OverrunJunction
start was a little groggy from a died Thursday at the local hos

whirlwind windup of the Christ. pital. She had been living in Okee Plans are underway by the

mas season and still awed at the chobee for nine years, coming! Okeechobee Garden Club for an

marvels of Christmas Itself. In Tourney here from Belle Glade. R extensive flower show to be heldon

There was a time when we didn't A member of the Church of the FLO A A April 21. The show will actually

even print i newspaper the week Brethren, she Is survived by her P A STATE 80 Alto o 1SfALTHJc incorporate four Shows,

after Christmas, but postal regu- The Okeechobee High School husband, John, four sons, J, W, a w evevsv The Board of County CommIssioners with three of them being held Highway Patrol Trooper Wilbur

latoins have changed that. But gymnasium will be the scene of Pope and Warren Pope, serving rxirsad found business fairly light at residences and the fourth at Woods reported two Identical accidents

this year for us the holiday is I sports activity Friday night as the with the Army, Glenn and Dannyof # i Tuesday following Christmas. the parish house of) the Episcopal at the junction of state

not over. When you read this the 1 Lake Area Basketball Tourney Okeechobee; four daughters, r church. The public will be invited roads 66 and U. S. 441 14 miles
A. R. Hare and J. R. Rhoden
missus and Old Ink Spots will be gets underway. Mrs. Clifford Morris of Polk City, to the horticulture show at the north of Okeechobee last week.
The first game, starting at 7:00 appeared before the board to Inquire Helen Vaughn in 1959 Chevrolet
a
off) for about ten days on a va Mrs. Roger Ribbke of Macon parish house The other showings
p m. will be between Pahokee and about a survey requestedat apparently confused by the
cation trip to an undisclosed des. Georgia, Mrs. Walter Saunders of are for members only.
Jupiter. Second game of the even. a previous meeting concern. heavy fog, and driving too fast
nation. However, we're taking Okeechobee and Mrs. Virgil Ko- The commitee in charge expectsa I
log will be Okeechobee vs. Belle Ing the closing of Blocks 22 and! for road conditions the :
the boat and some brand new ney of Jacksonville, two brothers, large number of entries and overran
Glade. This promises to be 23, Pine Street in Riverside Park Intersection and went into the
turf rods (the old ones were destroyed game a sister and eight grandchildren have set the following rules:
a thriller. Both schools have I subdivision up ditch on the west side o( U. S.
in last January's fire). So Funeral services were held at 1. The Handbook for Flower
those who know our habits pretty strong teams and both use the 2 p. m. Sunday from the Churchof Florida State Board of Store from 10 to 1, and again the The board agreed to arrange a Shows, National Council of State 441. She was not injured. The car II
fast break. The Brahmans into Health, The Okeechobee County following Friday from 2 to 5. was damaged an estimated $200.
wet Imlght be able to guess where go the Brethren, with the Rev. F. meeting between all property Garden Clubs, Inc., shall be used
we'll be.Tax the contest a slight favorite over C, Rohrer, pastor officiating Health Department and Tuber. On Tuesday Jan. 9 it will be owners the county surveyor and by exhibitors and judges as au She was charged by Woods with I
powerful Belle Glade and culosis Committee of Okeechobee at B. B. McArthur Dairy in the
are Interment was in the Okeechobee State Road engineer for January thorlty running a stop sign. I,
Collector Athleon Alderman ranked well above either of the Cemetery. County are sponsoring a visit of morning and in Colored Town 9atBp.m. 1 2. Horticulture classes are On Saturday, at 7.30: a. m. Sam-r

... advises that the last session of other teams. Coach Bobby LambIs an x-ray survey unit to be heldin ,from 4,to 7.... I the general public, except opento uel Thompson of Miami also over
) the Legislature did away with the confident the Brahmans have the county starting Jan. 5. The unit will visit J. N. Mc The board voted unanimouslyto professional ran the Intersection and ended in

$3.00 T-tags and that vehicles us. what It takes to walk away with To Importance of the x-ray was Arthur Dairy on Wednesday, Jan set up an additional $1500 in I "Professional growers.Grower" One the ditch. He, too, was driving too

ing the T tags would use D tags the honors. He feels, he says, Purge stressed today by members of 10 from 10 to 12 and will be In the welfare fund a requirementof material a fast and blamed the fog for the

in the future. D tags sell for $10. that the Brahmans are one of the the TB committee, who said that Okeechobee near the A & J Store the State Board of Health, for who business.raises plant as accident. Damage to his car was

Most of the small compact cars best teams In the state. five active cases of tuberculosishave from 2 to 5. Thursday Jan. 11, the purpose of hiring additional "Amateur" One who listed as $50. He escaped Injury in

.; have been using the $5.00 tags. The Brahmans have the advant Voters List been found in the county will find the unit in Basinger from help at the Old Folks home. effort grows for the mishap. Trooper Woods also

The tax collector said she want. age In height over the other three during the past month. All are 1to 4 and In Cypress Quarters plants through personal charged Thompson with running a
i board voted John whose return from
The to and
ed the public to know about this teams in the tournament Bill hospitalized.The from S to 8.: pay pleasure, stop sign.
change so they will be familiar Phillips, towering center for the survey unit will start Fri The committee members said Smith $105 per week. Smith was sales, if any, does not equal the Woods said a third car had

with it when they purchase their local cagers, Is one of the high. In CountyRowena day, Jan. 5 at Flying G Dairy the x-ray will definitely show sym named road supervisor, effective outlay for seeds and plants. cverrun the Intersection but had
Dec. 15 to replace A. G. Fulwld- 3, plant the Conservation -
tags for the new year which go on point men In the area. from 9 to 11, then will be at Eddies toms of tuberculosis lung cancer, Any on been assisted back onto the hIgh.
who resigned the position at List not be used for display
sale January 2. The starting line up will prob. Market In Okeechobee from or enlarged heart and urged everyone er, may way By a passing motorist and
ably be as follows: Parkerson, supervisor 3 to 6. On Saturday Jan. 6 it to take advantage of the the last meeting. It was also purposes except in conserve was gone before he arrived at the
of registration, has announc agreed to hire Paul Hood as crane lion exhibitions which are for
will be located the A & P service It is free.
Received a beautiful engraved Bill Phillips (center) 8 ft. 8 In. near entirely scene of the accident.
ed that the eligible voter list is operator at $85 a week. educational purposes.
card inviting us to ground break. Roger Burton (forward) 6 ft. 1 in.
being purged and that those 4. Exhibitors must conform to
ing ceremonies for the northern Gentry Stanley, forward 6 ft. 5 In. persons Adult ClassesTo Watch A bill of $975 for booklets print
who have moved or changed NightServices the schedule.
extension of the Sunshine State Mike Willis (guard) 5ft 11 in ed for the Chamber of Commerceby shall be Ft. Drum Church
their name must notify her 5. Judges' decisions
Parkway to be held Dec. 28 The Russell Osceola (guard) 5 R. 9 in. j. office. Be Resumed To the Southeastern Printing Co., final.

affair will be held three miles was approved by the board.A Thanks DonorsThe
She has struck some 600 names 6. All clay pots must be clean.If .
Be HeldThe
north of Kissimmee and Gov Adult Education classes will
of Section 2 Okeechobee in metal
containers
from the list and these persons plat potted plants are
Tarrls Bryant was to make the Junior Choir their regular members of the new Fort
resume meetings
Hammock approved by the dark
will be notified by postal cardsof was cover with green
principle address. Leads ServiceOn the action and asked to cometo Tuesday night January 2, fol. First Baptist Church will board. Work on the cemetery road paper, If possible, or paint dark Drum Methodist Church wish to
and
lowing the two-weeks Christmas hold a Watch Night service, publicly express their thanks
t her office and register. and extension was also approved
Noted a big new sign In Christmas vacation. starting at 9 o'clock New Year's green. deep appreciation to all the many
7. All horticultural exhibits must
Mrs. Parkerson
front of one of our local pointed out Students in typewriting will donors of money, time and furnishings
that this is not a reregistrationof Eve.A have been grown by the exhibitor
I eating establishments with the meet at 7 o'clock, bookkeeping at film will be shown which will who have made possiblethe
'I Sunday evening worship servo all voters, only those who have 1961 Fish for a period of at least three
construction of the new
'
f 1( word "Resfuarant"/ emblazoned Ices at the First Baptist Church changed addresses or names I' 8 and revIew'shorthand at 9. : Just approximately 30 minutes, months. ,
church.
'. across the bottom. Its encouraging were planned around the newly- 'There are 2.6' scheduled meetings end-*singing will be enjoyed, as 8. No dressing or artificial coloring .
and thanksare
I to find that not all the typo remaining In the program well, as a period of devotions will be permitted. I Special mention
formed Junior Choir, and were .
graphical errors are made in held at 5:30: earlier than the i Invalid License which closes March 29. A prayer will begin shortly before Worth $500If 9. All horticultural exhibits ; extended church to of the Okeechobee First Methodist for
midnight to usher In the
the newspaper.We usual worship hour because of Persons interested In the adult must be entered between 2'and
their donation of chairs to the
the holiday. OkFor-Out-Of education program can still en new year. Refreshments will be 4 p.m. Friday April 20. If arriving -
Methodist Men's Club for
were ready for Tuesday roll by calling the high school served throughout the evening, late, exhibit will be marked hymnbooks
mormng'i cold weather, having The choir was directed by Jack State DrivingFlorida office or by reporting to a regularly and services will close at 12:05.: CaughtThe "not for competition." to the Fidelis Class for I
Coker, and the young members communion set, to Mr. Spann for
haG two cords of wood deliveredto scheduled class. Rev. Cooper Marshall pastor, 10. AU horticultural exhibits
sang carols. A duet was sung by drivers traveling out. the pulpit, to Miss Alice Bass for
the house last week. Prevtci3 stated that everyone Is cordiality must be moved by 7 p.m. Sat
Debbie Marshall and Janice side the state with licenses showing 1962 Schlitz Brewing Co. the covering of the communion
to that we had been scroung'in Invited. April 21.
Hayes. Scriptures were read anda an expiration date of September STUDENT NIGHT fishing derby gets underway In urday, kneeling pad, to Dr. A. M
around for fuel, burning old 11. In all three entries of
{ quartet, composed of Virgil 1961, need have no fears over College students will be hon. district one paying from $25 to cases Sample of Fort Pierce for the 2>i-
TOt INJURES KNEE
field crates, palm fronds and will constitute a Class.
Hayes, John Ed Burdeshaw, June I arrest for possession of an Invalid ored at the evening worship $5,000( )( for tagged fish. After the a variety acre building site, to Dr. Dale
servo
sticks Bill Presley asked us what George Steelman, 2'4-year-old Where less than three of one variety
close of the 1961 contest tagged
the wood cost, and when we re Clements and Elaine Marshall, license. ices Sunday, December 31 at the son of Mr. and Mrs. G. A. Steel fish worth who appears, each will be judged Hageler of the First Methodist
$3 to
number. Gov Farris Bryant has writtenthe were anyone church of West Palm Beach for
special
he gave a First Baptist Church. James man, received a painful lacera
cord"
plied $18 a was amazed against perfection.
turned hem In to a Schlitz whole. for
governors of all 49 states ask- pews, to Charles Spangenberg
"I have sold many a cord Dickson a student at Chlpola tion on his knee Friday when he information 12. Judges may subdivide classes
ing that they notify their law en saler. The concerningthe many hours of labor to the coun
for a dollar back there In those College, will bring the message, fell on a broken bottle. The Steel- In Horticulture at their descre-
fish migratory habits, and culvert
Predict 17 forcement personnel of a new ty and the commissioners for
and other students are to speak mans reside at the Flying G
times, he said "Cut tion
depression Florida law providing for two- growth supplied by tagged fish, and fill at the entrance to
the wood delivered it and stacked To Die Over year license renewals during thedriver' briefly, dairy. Is valuable to the conservation 13. Only one entry per personof The Okeechobee News for publicIty
It In cords." He shook his each variety will be permitted
.
birth months. The transition agencies. and for printing this messageof
heat as he muttered "Times havechanged' New Years from the yearly expiration Instead of losing their value unless otherwise sated thanks, to the WSCS. for
',
a it y
period to the new system will not when the new contest starts a cash contributors, and the many

I Florida highways will claim the br complete until Aug., 1962. number of the 1961 tagged fish CELEBRITY VISITS other contributors of cash, with

lives of 17 persons during the Bryant wrote the governors aftir greatly increase in value. Some NEWS'OFFICE out whose aid the church mightnot

Local Bank To New Year's 78.hour holiday period many Florida motorists reported 11,000 tagged fish remain in FlorIda A local celebrity came In to get yet be a reality.

4 Pet. Int. the Florida Highway Patrol encountering difficulties in '. waters. To stimulate maxi acquainted with the office staffat Any contributions which any

Pay predicted today. other states carrying a license t mum research benefits, since the The Okeechobee News Satur one would like to make in the future .

The McNulty Group of Banksof The fatality figure is based on that appears to have expIred. Motorists .. "" longer the fish remains free the day morning. The young lady was will be quite appreciated as

Florida will Increase Its Inter. a period which will begin Friday, can obtain a validation greater the value, the companyhas quite popular around the office, there are more finishing touches

f rates to a maximum of four e.00 p. m. December 29 and last certificate from their county rt agreed to pay $500 for some and attracted a small crowd of which are needed.

cent on savings deposits ef inrough the following Monday judge showing the new license butIt of the 1961 tags. The rest will retain admirers wherever she was taken A very Happy Christmas and a

per fective January 1, Fred McN'ulty, January 1, 1962, at midnight.The is not required. their $3 value. She is Miss Janet Renee prosperous New Year is wishedto

chairman of the executive Ncw Year's holiday period Bryant said 45 of the governors i Neal Kaye, manager of the Steelman, daughter of Mr. and each and all, with the Invitation
committee -
of the nine bank an has been the same length of time have responded, assuring full cooperation f Schlitz Dixie division, Tampa Mrs. George Steelman, and the to visit and attend the church

nounced. since 1959 and the death score re by their states in not .. t. didn't disclose the number of 1981 first baby born In the fine new you made possible.

suited as follows: 1959-14 high delaying Florida motorists tagged fish designated as $500 Okeechobee General Hospital. She Board of Trustees:
This will affect the Okeecho-
way deaths; 1960-26 highway Only Mississippi New Mexico, value but said it was a substan was born December 14. J. H. Tripp
ber County Bank, local memberof
deaths; 1961-16 highway deaths Oklahoma and West Virginia have tlal number Lee Hillis

the group. December always a deadly net been heard from and Bryant Charles SpangenbergR.

McNulty said the banks will month on Florida highway.bad raid he feels these states failedto CHRISTMAS PAGEANT B. Cox

pay 3', per cent on six month a total of 136 traffic deaths last respond only because they are Church Presents "The Morning of Christmas"was
savings deposits and four and with the aid of state road
percent Fire
year. circulating! his letter among law Destroys the title of the pageant given
on one year or longer de cfficers. workers and men from the prison Story Of ChristThe by the children of the Sunday

posits. He said the action was River Bridge camp were able to save a major school of the Church of Our Home In Time

taken In accordance with regu TOMLINSON: GUESTS portion of the bridge. The state Assembly of God Church In Saviour Sunday morning at the
lation "Q" section 2176 Issued Hurt In Wreck Over Kissimmee road crew cut the bridge in two, East Okeechobee presented their regular morning worship hour Calvin Stephens, son of Mr. and

recently by the board of govern. Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Connerlyof Mrs Virgil Britton received Almost a half mile of the bridge saving a considerable portion beyond Christmas program at 6:30 Sun. The pageant was written by Fr. Mrs. Jessie Boyd was released

ore of the Federal Reserve System Tallahassee, Mr and Mrs. C. minor Injuries in a traffic accident over the Kissimmee river on the draw.Prisoners day evening. The program was George Cave, vicar, and direct. from the Okeechobee General

and the Federal Deposit Insurance S Davis and son David of Pa near Fort Lauderdale on State Road 70 lays in smoldering worked the balance of under the direction of Mrs. Anton ed by the Sunday School teach Hospital Saturday. He is recover

Corporation. The Increased hokee, Mr and Mrs. John F. Christmas Day, according to Information I rums following a fire last Wed i the week clearing brush and P. Jensen. ers. ing from an operation resulting

rates, McNulty said, were au Pearce and Cindy, Becky and received here. nesday The blaze was the result weeds from under the structure. The pro-gram depicted the seven from a fractured shoulder caused

thorized by the supervisory authorities Frank, Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Min The Britton car, driven by the I' of a brush fire which was fanned Because of low water conditionstall phases of the Christmas Story and by a collision with another boy

The maximum rates of ehan, Jr, and Martha, and husband was completely demolIshed by high winds and reached the weeds have grown where the was presented by the Sunday Mrs. Essie Rampey of Tampa while playing at school. Young

interest permlssable by law priorto Matthew Tomlinson celebrated ( when It was struck by a wooden bridge structure. river previously flowed. The river School children of the church. The spent the holiday week end with Calvin had been worried he might

this time was three per cent, I Christmas at the home of Mr. vehicle driven by an unidentified I The Okeechobee Volunteer Fire is at the lowest stage in history Youth Choir furnished the music her sisters Miss Alice Bass and not get home in time for Christ

lie said. and Mrs. W. R Tomlinson. negro Department rushed to the scene old timers say. for the presentationlegislation Miss Sylvia Bass mas.
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I CHRONOLOGY SHOWS MUCH ACTIVITY IN COUNTY DURING 1961 FIRES TOP THE LIST I



H JANUARY 6, 1961 reduces power rates, effective I for Mrs. Vannie Boatwirgt FEBRUARY 17, 1961 man in East Okeechobee, was March 28. on tour of Washington, D. C. Headlines announced clearing

1 The Board of County Commls1 January 1.JANUARY. FEBRUARY 3, 1961 The county board heard plans charged with the shooting. The MARCH 24, 1961 APPRIL 7, 1961 had started for the new truss

noners were Installed Tuesday 20, 1961 The Okeechobee Volunteer for an Industry wishing to county commission move ,against Projects on 10 county roads Residents near Taylor Creek plant here. The plant later decided -

1 with new members elected May Okeechobee teachers adopt a Fire Department and Auxiliary locate here. Graveside services unsanitary housing. were approved by the county asked the city council to do to locate elsewhere. The

1960, taking their places. John resolution to ask for a pay In. held a joint Installation of of were held for Mrs. Mary Ella !MARCH 10, 1961 board Tuesday. Kenneth Wood something about waste disposal Okeechobee Boat Club will reorganize

H Pearce was named chairman, crease. The Brahman basketball ficers. The class B Basketball Alderman. The Ace Truss and Hardware died as a result of the accident from the Markham Canning May 5. Rumor has Castro

1 1[. H. Raulerson, vice chairman. team lose the first game in 8 Tourney will be held In Okeecho- FEBRUARY 24. 1961 Company announce plans to erect this took the life of his wife a Plant. Three new building permits hiding In Okeechobee..

H Tuesday night the city council to Jupiter. The Hoover Dike dedication bee, It was announced. Headlines this week: City to a. $350,000 plant here. Plans week ago. The countys surrounding for the Big Lake Printers, APRIL 28, 1961

B and the new Mayor, Donald ( at Clewlston was attended I FEBRUARY 10, 1961 Get Postoffice Soon. A bit pre were later changed. The Specs are Lake Okeechobee will Ferguson Plumbing and Horton's A bill to split the Lake was

1 Mack took office. by several from Okeechobee. Exceptional bass fishing! was mature. Landowners in the Eagle biting like mad in governmentcut Introduce legislation to divide Clinic were Issued. Introduced In the legislature. Ruth

H JANUARY 13. 1961 JANUARY 27. 1961 reported In the lake and river Bay area request the federal Monday Is set for the first the Lake.MARCil APRIL 14, 1961 Padgett Franklin was drowned In

H Word of the death of Otis White- Fire destroys the Okeechobee with several going over 10 Ibs. government for a lower water Little League Meeting. 31, 1961 The sheriff's department des a canal at Belle Glade. .Swimming

H hurst at Wauchula was received News Building and all contentsof Four traffic accidents were reported level (They got It from the MARCH 17, 1961 Nearly all proposed legislation troyed a still and arrested the pool opens May 2,

H here. He moved there from Okee- the building, Including Ferguson In the first few days of weatherman), Mrs. Kenneth Wood was kill was approved by the boardof operators In Cypress Quarters. MAY 5,1961Little

H chobee a year ago. Sandblasting Plumbing. The News was printedIn the month, by state patrolmen. MARCi13,1961 ed In a car-truck crash. Thomas county commissioners In a Plans to buy a new fire truck League play started. The

H anr painting of the court house Fort Pierce this week. Recordsof Mothers, marching from house A dairy worker. Samuel Fowler Whitaker was granted a gar. special meeting. Jerry Green- were approved by the city .and state approves over $700,000 In

H war completed this week. FlorH SO years of Okeechobee were I. to house collected $757 for the was seriously wounded In I bage franchise by the county I berger has assumed managementof county. county road projects. David Cas-

Ida Power and Light Company lost Funeral services were held polio fund. a shooting. Bill Crown, I body : board. Hearing set foe proposed the Fair Start. Seniors leave 1 APRIL SI, 1961 (Continued on Page Three)


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i Governor Asks exptaned. The governor' Is now to residents and employees. | water will be stored to take SMOKY SEASONIn rivers and navigate by the
asking that they review obliga Employees will take a 12 hour care of the M needs of the institution war-battered Laos, unkind shapes of familiar fields.
'The Okeechobee NewsEntered Civil Defense tiona and duties Involved In car. Civil Defense course. They, In in case of attack. nature alternates bone-dry and
tying out these plans. turn will Instruct residents. rain-flooded seasons. Between the Week guests Mr. and '
as Second Class Matter July I, 1911, at the Post Office toOkeecbobee Plans Be Made
Mrs. Charles E. Freeman and
-. Florida Under Act of March 8. 1879 Dozier said the Division central The Okeechobee Florida School Mrs. W. R. Strickland visited two extremes come. a period
Word has been reclved from office Is making plain for all for Boys at Okeechobee la not a over the week end in Miami with known as the smoky season. It is family were Mr. and Mrs. Nick
Subscription Price (In advance. ) per year $3.00 Gov. Farris Bryant that all employees ot the several institutions prime target area in case of at her brother and family, Mr and so hazy then that fliers say you Lodato of Odessa and Mrs. Lou .
Two Years. $3.00: SU Months. $2 00 Shorter periods not accepted. Delaney
agencies should begin taking every under Its supervision to tack. It Is doubtful, Dozier said, I Mrs. Eugene Marlier and child. can't see' ahead at all, only Pendleton and Mrs. Ethyl -
EMMALENE- LAMONTE B MOORE.H MOORE. Publisher precaution within reason for take the survival training course if this school will build shelters. ren. straight down. They follow the both of Tampa.
Advertising Manager Civil Defense. recommended. A thorough and Plans will be made, however, on
PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY AT OKEECHOBEE. FLORIDA Each state agency submitted continuing study will be made, such existing facilities, such as ,

Mrs. Quillie HazeUlef, who has I a Civil Defense plan in June, 1958 he said, to assure full protection basements. Adequate food and

been ill for several weeks, is reported , Director Arthur G. Dozier of the
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OLD SANTA made It.Ve ( (
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WELCOME
D satelite or a missile or bomb I
blast or maybe be shot down by r
the Russians. Done all right by us We hope
too. Not only were we treated 1962YOUNG S\ .
nicely by our family and coworkers -' ;
but also by our fine neigh As the Old Year departs and the perky young 1962 will be
lors. We sure hate to live In a New Year rides in to the clanging of bells and
big busy town where most peopledon't \
the blaring of horns, may we take a moment to 17(1t'
know who lives next
or care
door wish you and yours a most rewarding 1962 . a real be/l: / / '

chock full of good health and happiness . ,
BY NO MEANS the least of our a truly great year all around!
Christmas joys were long distance ringer" of f a t.
talks with our brother, Arthur, In OKEECHOBEE \
Wabash, Indiana, our Mother and AGES
sister Dorothy in Spiceland, Ind., Q2i.\
and our son, Dan, in Chicago OF OKEECHOBEEHubert BAKERYFrom year for you. . i
They all had the same thing to

say about the weather-it was Journigan; '"
Thomas Gladys '
cold and snowing. With Icy ting fulfilling all yourexpectations \ .
ers gripping the phone, and \
through our chattering, prevari. ; I
eating teeth, we told them it was !l\.t
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warm in Okeechobee. To them it 260481C'61MR26I
would be warm. r- ..

AVioLA)T6 5'?' 9
HOW ABOUT all you people
who have been crying about the
heat las we have). Where were
iryr ,
all of TOT Tuesday morning while reed
\\e were scraping frost from our
windshield before we drove to
work

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THE OLD YEAR draws to a

close and a new one soo. opens. 1 / CREpr
Old man 1961 sure took a beating i i s ao :
around the world and should be iI
glad to retire. Let's hope that I
1962 sees a letup on riots and border Until 7:00
I Open Friday and Saturday Night :
incidents, on wars and threats $
OPEN EVENINGS BY APPOINTMENT
0a world war. We don't know
what lays in store for us in the We join men and women of good will every. I 30-60-90 Days Considered Cash
coming 'tlrIe can only hope where in the deeply meaningful prayer that 1962 i
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all of all of old fashioned Home Owned and Operated By
to
us you, just an
for the best may see the dawn of a just and lasting peace .
wish and for health and ALFRED L. MEARES, JR.
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warm hearty, your I .
throughout the world. To all, we wish a New
happiness in 1962. Just an old fashioned "thank Plenty Of Free Parking Space '; .,
BOCA'hATOlSCOOPED;/ us Year rich in the fulfillment of this and other dear.
last wesk They had headlines two ly cherished hopes.WILMAS. you," too, for your patronage and good will I
inches high reading "Christmas I which have made us so happy throughout the

Du To ,Arrive December 15" past "'
)
Well haleto check'thta week's '
STYLE SHOP year.OKEECHOBEE
paper to lee if it made it.. Mean.
whOe we' -get the jump on them Carolyn Thomas Hubert ThomasNsppy I
this week ""962 Due to Start on
Jan.. 1' -ff everything goes ac ::1 CLEANERS
cording toTichedule< It should get
here about midnight Sunday I I'lliI
night Suns ay night.


HAVE A GOOD TIME Ring your o
little bells and blow your horns.
Sing 'AuGf Long Syne" and kiss Hail
all-the pretty girls, Bend the old
elbow: if you must. But remember i 1962 "'jes'f
then: hospirnl or a slab in the

morgue Is a poor place to start ; with hopes
thenew lear Make the last
couple coffee and drive carefully.
HAPPY MEW: YEAR. I

,.r 1 .- flying high ,

Polio Shots R

K ,
Do WorkAre

you and your family J J\P.\ .
polio protected? No one is
immune without polio shots. And
PoCo shot do work. They give I

maximurrCprotection .0 everyone,
babies little children, teenagersand $ There isn't a horn big enough or loud enough to
adults. blast out our best wishes to all of our good

And the' time for polio shots is friends. May the sounds of happiness fill your
A
now Call your doctor or local With fanfare and a flourish, we welcome the home all through the coming year and fill your

health Don't department take chances today- take New Year, and hope that.it brings to you and heart with peace, love, contentment.
yours a bountiful measure of all the best thingsof
polio shots today.
jour
life: health, love, friendship and happiness. HODGES & SON
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THEATREFriday i !
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and Saturday

December 29 and 30 I With high hopes for
"SEVEN WAYS
FROM: SUNDOWN" ,
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,In Technicolor' N your success and hap
AUDIE ML'RPHEY:
BARRY StXLlVAN;/

VENETIA"THE BIG STEVENSON SHOW" ;/ NfWD piness in the New Year J ,. ., /

(In color: and Cinemascope I I
ESTHER WILLIAMS: a I IA awe
welcome young
CLIFF ROBERTSON
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MARGIE DEAN

ALSO: Cartoon Mr 1962. May he givea
lt
Sunday and Monday
December 31, January 1
We're firmly resolved I \ b truly "out of thisworld" -
CONE: : WITH 5 to serve you
TUB WIND" ,v
vet better In the New Year It's
i In Technicolor'' I 4 '
performance,, s
CLARK GABLE the best way we know to show our i a
VIVIEN LEIGH ion
LESLIE HOWARD appreciation of your good will and
a your behalflOkeechobee) 1JI10K'4IM.$
OLIVIA DE HAVILLANDALSO r'v
loyalty In the Old Year
Happy
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Tuesday, Wednesday and 1962, everybodyl Among the good wishes popping out all over, we

Thursday, January 2, 3 and 4 hope you'll find time to accept ours (which are

Joes very warm, very sincere) for a New Year brim.
ARMORED COMMAND"HOWARD : :
KEEL ming over with the best things of life! Thanks,

Tl1ALOtISE;/ : r_.. Barber Shop too, for your good will and loyalty Trailer & Fishing Resort
WARNER ANDERSON;/

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t'ag.2! UKttcnobt News, Friday, Dec. 29, 1961 evidence of the fact that the specs sins to run a water- pipe under WHEREAS -
are' biting. That Is Mrs. Emma the a petition or restitution authorized under the provisionsof herein appropriated In acocrd-
county bridge In Hodges subdivision of said real this surveyor to prepare plats on all
property
lene Moore who seems to be program by the Okeech- ance with County Annual t
to Budget
get water to his pro has been received by this Board bee county roads where the surveysare
kneeling In supplication to Nep perty The Board agreed for this County Health Department. Statute, Chapter 129, Florida Sta available in order to maintain .

tune, God of Fishes, before a water pipe to be installed andNOW, THEREFORE 7. A record will be maintain. tutes; and a Plat Book record on all

I } : HOOK, LYIN' string of sizeable specs caught by Dr. Miller of the Health De RESOLVED that said BE IT Is ed by this Board of all expenditures (. BE IT FVRTIIER RESOLVED, county roads.

9 her and Old Ink Spots In the cut partment appeared before the hereby approved and petition that the made for the Okeechobee that a certified copy of this Resolution Motion was made by Raulerson,
Saturday Board In County Indigent Hospitalization be submitted to the Okee seconded
regard to llmitlzatlon Chairman and the Clerk of this by Harvey and unanimously
AND LUREBy as to number of days for Hospital Board are hereby authorizedand Fund and these records shall chobee Medical Society; the Okee carried to approve the following .
BASS FISHING has been good Aid to Indigent. It was directed to execute Include: (a) The patient's full chobee County Health Department bills for appraisal serv
In the lake. Many of the weed a Quit name, age, sex and and the State Board of ice
agreed by the Board to keep the Claim Deed of said property to race; and to be paid from Secondary
flats are dry, or nearly so, and : present limitlzatlon which Is 12 Willie Taylor, the peltitoner. I/ married, the full name of the health Road funds:
the bass are farther out. Shiners patient's spouse, (tbl) The PASSED AND ADOPTED In
parent's M.
Passed and F. .
adopted In regular McManus. $112 SO; Char.
((4- EMERSON E. and under water weedless lures days.Ministers names If the patient is regular session convened this 12th
MOORE from the First Bap. session convened this 12th day a lee M. Campbell, $25; R. B. Me-
t seem to be the best bet. It is minor. < )
c Patient's day of December
address. A. D.
Tr7.y list Church, the Methodist of December, A. D., 1961. 1961. erve, $25,
not unusual for a spec fishermanto (dl> Name of Motion
.Y+ medical doctor who was made by Robinson, The
Church and the Brethren Church Motion was made by Commissioner following vouchers were
hook a nice bass on a small diagnosed patient and seconded by Herbert and
certified unani
COOO7EATHER besides appeared before the Board and Raulerson, seconded by approved and ordered paid:
brought the our own. They were all minnow or jig. The river Is not hospitalization essential to mously'carried to
specs brand they fish stated that they were against the Commissioner Harvey and unanimously his accept, with General Fund: Warrant 4664 to
are biting pretty catching We caught 20 real so productive but some are treatment. (el> regret, the
Physician's resignation of Glen
good. And they're big, man, nice ones In about an hour. No caught there Big bream frequently sale of beer on Sundays and carried to adopt the following (1)) The calendar days diagnosis of Fulwider as Road Supervisor, effective 4713 W.3705S.Inclusive, In the amount of
big. We've seen several that went record, b'lt quite satisfying take live minnows in the riverIn requested the Board to reconsider resolution. hospitalization December
received ( ) A 13, 1961.
g record Fine and Forfeiture Fund
veil their action and rescind RESOLUUTION -
over a pound and some that the deep spots '
of payment to the Motion was made by Rauler
would top two pounds. Most of DUCK HUNTING ended Mon their resolution allowing the sale WHEREAS, Chapter 401, Flor. hospital. Warrant 600 through 608 In the
son, seconded
them are coming from the governmental day. The combination of that and WE BELIEVE that duck huntIng of beer on Sunday. No action was Ida Statutes creates a program BE IT FURTHER RESOLVEDthat carried by Harvey to hire and John unanimously amount of $3,629.63.

but some are being cold weather will bring out the In Florida starts about a taken and the Board agreed to known as "Hospital Service for the the Board will make all Smith as County Road Super Road and Bridge Fund War
caught lir-the river and canals fishermen We're belting that you month too early..Duck are more take a vote on this Issue at their providing essential hospitalizationfor medical and financial records visor rant 3718 of through 3761 In the amount
that ruujnto and from the lake.HEAVT next meeting. acutely ill or Injured supporting direct expendituresfrom $3,949.11.t'pon .
will have trouble finding a placeto plentiful now than they were at personsIn Motion was made by Raulerson,
-- park In the cut on the next full the first of the season More are The hour of 10 o'clock having this State who are medically the Okeechobee County In. seconded b Herbert and unani motion of Raulerson, seconded
arrived, the floor for Indigent andWHEREAS Idgent Hospitalization by Robinson and carried,
FISHING hasn't started moon coming In as cold weather freezes was open : Fund mcusly'carried for the county the board .
as yet. We ran to the cut one the northern lakes Many duck any suggestions to closing Blocks the 1961 legislature available for review by the State adjourned.DON'T

evening and saw only six boats ,THIS PAPER carries plctoral make the trip south with one or 22 and 23 on Pine Street In Riverside appropriated 2050000.00 to Board of Health, and this Board

", "- .....-, two alop-overa. They leave the far I Park subdivision, Mr. the State Board of Healf.i: for the will. submit quarterly too the ie
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north ahead of the cold and SODover Hare appeared. .and stated! that bienlum, July 1, 1961 through State Board of Health of certifies- WAIT until its TOO LATE
on the lakes and streams t In ne was against thIS closing until June 30, 1963, for the administration Ion Indentitfylng hospitalization

northern U S, We've seen them a survey was made of his prop. of this pjrogram and for the cases annd the paymert for theca

there In great numbers until the erty It was agreed by the Boardh purpose of allotting State Funds to es of each made from the Okee

first of December. They may postpone the closing of this population to augment county chobeee County Indigent Hos- The time to insure

make another stop before they street until a survey Is made to each county In proportion to its pitalization Fund, together with a
reach south Florida. It would the satisfaction of the property funds which may be provided' quarterly statement of expenditures against fire Is

II make for better hunting here if owners county funds as may be necessary I certifying that all such pay. l before it
happens
the season started a month later. The Board having received a to match on a formula basis, the ments were made In accordance

IIi petition for restitution of real county's part of the cost of this with the provisions of Chapter e If and when fire strikes

MINUTES OF TilE BOARD property under the provisions of program; andWHEREAS 401. supra, and on the basis of r
i OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS: : Chapter 23433, Special Acts of Section 40106(2)( such requisition this Board will your home, it will be too

December 12, 1961 1945, from Willie Taylor, motion supra provides that the financial request the State Board of Health I late to check your insurance

j The Board o' County Commissioners was made by Commissioner Herbert participation required of each to authorize direct payments to to see if it's ade

of Okeechobee County, seconded by Commissioner county each year shall be equal to the Okeechobee County Board of
Florida met In regular session Robinson and unanimously carried I at least one-half dollar for each County Commissioners from quate to cover your loss.

j convened Tuesday, December 12, to adopt the following resolution inhabitant of said county ac Okeechobee's share of the State The only way to protect

) 1961 at 9 o'clock am. with the : cording to the estimate of the appropriation for this program, Is your Insurance yourself financially is to

following members present: Com RESOLUTION population of said county for less any charges that may have coverage in line

stoners present: John F. Pearce, WHEREAS, Okeechobee County, j such year by the Bureau of Vital been paid to hospitals outside of with today's value get the right coverage .

chairman; H. H. Raulerson, R a political subdivision of the Stattlctlcs of this State; and Okechobee county by the State of your property?
Board of Health for
J. Robinson, L. E. Herbert and State of Florida, acquired title I I WHEREAS, the estimated populatoin necessary
: CENTRAL ELECTRICAND Charles W. Harvey; Attorney W to Lot 1, Block 25, City of Okee-1 of Okeechobee County for emergency treatment of Indigent

L. Hendry; Deputy Sheriff John chobee by virtue of a Final Decree Lie: current year made by the Okeechobee BE IT FURTHER County residents RESOLVED, and, Leonard BergerINSURANCE

Collier and Deputy Clerk, Gloria of Foreclosure entered October | Bureau of Vital Statistics of
that all
payments received from
GAS COMPANYNOW Ford 10, 1960, and (Mi State is 6.425 inhabitants.
the State of Florida through this AGENCY
The minutes of the previous WHEREAS, said real property NOW THEREFORE. BE IT
pot'gram shall augment the Okee- FI REAUTOCASUALTYBONDSOkeechobee
STOCKS meeting were read and approved. has not been previously sold or RESOLVED by the Board of
chobee County Indigent Hospitalization
Harris Seigler appeared before dedicated by this Board In the County Commissioners of Okee Fund, and shall be expend. County Bank Building
the Board and requested permis manner described by law, and I chobee County meeting In Okee Phone RO 3.4311SERVICE
A COMPLETE LINE OF ed in addition to County Funds
chobee, Florida, this 12th day
of December 1961, that effective wvvv. i

October 1, 1961, Okeechobee
: ElectricalFixtures I
County participate in said statewide GUIDE

program, designed to provide
BULLS "Hospital Service for the In.

digent" as provided by Chapter

401 Supra, and for these purposes
there Is thereby established

= AND as an Item In the County Budget ROBERT MAYS
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the Okeechobee "County In. Fence .

FOR SALEBreeding Indigent Hospitalization Fund"In Plumbing & Repair Work

SuppliesEVERYTHING the amount of $3,212.50, whichIs
I not less than fifty cents ($.50) Call
per capita of county funds based Contracting
ri IN THE on the above estimated: population RO 3.4683
To Go
ELECTRICAL LINE Age-Ready of Okeechobee County;

andBE Call RO 3.4790 Next to
O IT FURTHER RESOLVED, FISt?IN'S GOOD IN
Mobleys
that the Okeechobee County Indigent OKEECHOBEEBEAUTY Garage
v Hosphitalization Fund shall I I
George DempsyPhone ------
w New Fixtures will beau. ba administered as follows,

1 Expenditures from this fund
tify your home . New will be made only for the provision SHOP SINCLAIR SHIRLING

wiring will eliminatefire ROdeo 3-4723 of essential hospital care RUBY WHEATLEY PRODUCTS PLUMBING
for Indigent and medically Indigent BSALTY COUNSELOR SERVICE

hazards, give greater Night Phone ROdeo 3-4176 residents of Okeechobee. COSMETICS: Wholesale Bulk Plant NEW LOCATIONAIR
county who are acutely ill or injured
efficiency : COMJiriONED Phone RO 3.3154 3i.l\1'e North Kissimme

2. The indigency or medical DRYERS Bridge-Road 78
Indlgency of all recipients of hospitalization Contact
C. H. SHIRLING
under this program

.. G SEE US TODAY -r- iSANDeZABTG'VGAIrq ISMSAt MINTWO <*f,**< will be determined through an For Appointment TOMMY: DOONAN.Mgr. *
Investigation made by the County Tele. RO 3.4230 Phone RO 3.3708

\ [ We Are Electrical Contractors Health Department or Its duly .

authorized representative, except
that when it Is determineda I
CENTRAL ELECTRIC
i ., patient Is a recipient of benefits LOANS EVL'iRUDE DEALER
( under the State Departmentof JOE'S
$25 to $hoo
AND GAS COMPANYPHONE Welfare, no further check as SALES SERVICE

to; his Indigency shall be neces
RO 3.3915 OKEECHOBEE NEW LOCATION PACKAGE
sary. ._ ._ *
3. A determination tnat me LOBBY GILBERT'S
1 t zr '' ail 7 ui patient Is acutely ill or Injured STORE HODGES
3005 S. Dixie FORT PIERCE Ph. HO 4-1399 f'that hospitalization Is : OKEECHOBEE

essential to the patient's treatment FI"' NCE COMPANY IS OVER STOCKED Fisherman Haven

will be made for each re Okeechobee, florida

cipient of hospitalization under Phone RO 3.3154
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HAYES ELECTRIC this program by a doctor of medIcine .

OKEEGIOBEEBUILDING duly licensed to practice
With The Best
medic line in this state; Supply

RESIDENTIAL AND COMMERCIAL WIRING 4. Authorizations for hospital!. REPAIRING OF of Liquors and Supplies WRECKER SERVICE

County Indigent HospitalizationFund SMALL: APPLIANCES CALL
LICENSED ELECTRICIAN
will be limited to the nonprofit In Town.
ROdeo
3.3204
basic cost to the hospitalfor Such as Toasters, Fans,
PHONE RO 3.3635 providing essential hospitalcare [eons and Sewing Ma. ROdeo 3.4098chines.

to the medically Indigent DAY OR NIGHT
OKEECHOBEE FLORIDA SERVICES and SUPPLIES
patient; DAVE'S COME IN- Pure Gas & OftTRADIi
6. Payments for hospitallzationn Automotive
Repairs
'G CENTER
from the Okeechobee County Ind. \ YOU WILL BE TOM
Ignet Hospitalization Fund will TV ri RADIO REPAIR FOY GARAGE

be made by this Board to the I Phone RO 3-4114 TREATED RIGHTI OKEECHOBEE
hospital providing essential hospita1 North Park Street

;: CABINET BUILDINGON ATTAWAY LUMBER CO."Complete care to medically Indigentand
actuely 111 or Injured resident -- -- -

OR OFF THE JOB of Okeechobee County REEVES VISUALINER
Building Supplies" CONCRETE
whose hospitalization has been ALIGNMENT
OFFICE FURNITURE-FURNITURE-VANITIES
DISPOSAL SERVICE Front End Alignment SEPTIC TANKS
-;7-: FORMICA WORKFORMATOPSGEORGE PLYWOODHARDWAREPAINTDOORSROOFINGSTEEL
B-3OBIO? $6.50
i* How many GREASE TRAPS
times do you say "huh"? W. may GARBAGE Wheels Balanced
\ SPANN be able to help you hear more ... $1.50 plus weights L"iSTALLEDCOLLECTION
PLASTER-BUILDING TRUSSES Clearly( with an ACOUSTICON
HEARING AIDACOUSTICON WINDHAMS GARAGE *
OKEECHOBEE "Let George "0 It" RO 3-4217 OKEECHOBEEPHONE RO 3.4118 FLORIDA BECKER CO. RO 3.4315

.. . Of ORT PIERCE CALL
... HO I-32U 323 S<. 13th St. N. Parrott Ave.
Phone RO 3.3807 Rodeo
Member Florida Hearing| Aid Okeechobee, Florida 3.3734REPAIRS

D.altr's Aii'n., Inc .
. .

Builders ELECTROLUX LOVELY Y

Ok hOb" Supply COmPany i ON FRJlillJAlRE AND BEAUTY SALON
Dealer [in
: -T STEEL-CONCRETE PRODUCTS Only Authorized Sales & Service ,.. Watkins Products MAYTAG APPLIANCES: Five Trained People To

Free Pickup and Delivery JOHNSON OUTBOARD Care For Your Beauty
BUILDING SUPPLIES
_. * * MOTORS Needs
ORDER NOW FOR CHRISTMAS
PLUMBING SUPPLIES-PLASTER MATERIALS = J. E. CONE LAWN MOWERS Conveniently Located At

: .= WEST OF SAL. DEPOT HO 4.0056 FV Channel 4 Sunday 1:45: am Phone.RO 3.3950 Fifth and*Osceola SL

OKEECHOBEE RO 3.3911 FLORIDA Station Sundays After 6 P.M. GILBERT'S For ApPointments Call
707 Orange Ave. Fort Pierce, Fla. WSWN 12:45: p.m.
Phone RO 3-3154 ROdeo 3-3011

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chobe. Newt, Friday, DM. 29, 196 i Pag* I to nations and individuals? Why general called "hovercraft" or terested i compound to MB vegetation.The .
Undress does the Bible meet the deepest around effect machines." Craft Go Into OperationIn soviet union la reported
"Yes, Bat Do You Have to needs of men of all ages and How Idea Came 1959 hovercraft began moving interested in hoveoraft: .._as a
School budget is upped $84-
clxillzatlons? It is because It I is British inventor C. S Cock- across the English :Channel: means of operating on icebound
ChronologyContinued 000 New fire truck arrives. City the divine Word of God. It Is rell, an electronics engineer, got The United States military services harbors Hovercraft oo-. move
votes to buy police car. because It tells the story of tho Idea shortly after he went were Hon experimentingwith as easily over ice as overjvatcr.:
( from Page One) AUGUST 11. 1961 Christ. The Old Testament prophecies into boat-building He recalls, "I many different models. Steamship lines may use hovercraft
William Holcomb drowns in of Him and leads up to discovered that there are two Hovercraft offer an answer to for rapid ocean crossings.An .
Mil died Friday In veteran's hos Kissimmee River. Dr. Horton t Him The New Testament con main resistances which a boat difficult transportation problems atomic.powered hovercraft
pital. and Dr. Raulerson open offices 0Q tains the enduring record of His encounters wave resistanceand notably those of underdeveloped might shoot across the Atlanticin
MAY 12. 1961 in Indiantown. two polio cases birth His life, His word, His skin resistance. I thoughtthat nations. 12 hours according -to hovercraft
The county has pledged financialaid found in county. death, His resurrection, and the If I could make the skin "These nations could use developers.
to support a bill to divide AUGUST 18, 1961 effect He has had through the of my craft a skin of air that ground effect machines for traffic Meanwhile, the Fort-Motor
Lake Okeechobee. The Boat Club An unknown disease has stricken yE f Holy Spirit, upon His early followers Is. introduce a film of air be- over the natural highwaysof Company hopes that its futuristic -
was reactivated. Pearl Godwinwas horses in the county. A Ridge upon the work of His tween the hull and the water rivers, dry river beds, des- Levacar, using a principle",
elected State Firemen's' Auxiliary Tankllne truck with 1,900 gallonsof church, upon His followers down the skin friction would become erts, marshes, or any relativelyflat similar to the hovercraft:, will ,.
chaplain. milk was wrecked in Palm through the ages to the present negllgable and I would then be surface," says Peter G. transport visitors at hlglPspeedi I
MAY 19, 1961 Beach County. mo'1L1 day. The perpetuation of that light free to design entirely around Fielding of Boon Allen Applied from Manhattan to the-World'iJ
Six people were injured in a AUGUST 25, 1961 has Involved human hands passIng the problems of wave resistance." Research, Inc, Bethseda, Maryland Fair on Long Island In EH. Similar -,
two-car collision. Drivers were State and county officers raid it on from one to another.It The hovercraft idea can be He points out that a hover vehicles might provide"rapid,.
Dorethia Bass and Frank Hale a bolita, bootleg ring in Cypress I is because it has been treasured grasped by pointing the whirring craft road could be made by transit between citiel.-:
Local teachers ask for $750 raise Quarters. Boat club plans three in the hearts of the faithful, blades of an electric fan down merely bulldozing a wide path
Katie Stall dies Friday. day cruise. Funeral services held and transmitted by them to ward and moving it just above through the jungle and coveringit Fall-out rises as Soviet, fires,

MAY 26, 1961 i for F. E. Wilcox.SEPTE.mER others, that the light has never the surface of the floor. The air with an air-tight petroleum more atom devices, :._, J* __ _
u u uu
The our-laning of U. S. 441 I, 1961 .rad gone out. I buoys up the fan, freeing it from
It continue to be so. We of "
thru the county was given a vote Okeechobee Rodeo will be held must the friction It would encounter .
of approval by the county board Sunday and Monday. Enrollment the present generation must see if turned off and simply pushed :
to it that the next generation is
One Person, Mario Medina, Jr., in county schools up 124 per along.
God's
nurtured In the Bible, Holy
was killed and 3 Injured in a cent. Joe Underhill Jr. was born let it In a typical hovercraft, a curtain HAPPY
Word. We of today must so
ear-train crash In Cypress Quar August 30.SEPTEMBER. =! illumine our own lives that we of air shot from nozzles contains .
tens. S, 1961 tgo tot to its I the cushion of air betweenthe
witnesses
become power.
JUNE 2, 1961 Ford Collins was slightly injured _71 8g This light MUST never go out. bottom of the vehicle and .
A bill to divide Lake Okeecho- and his boat damaged on the Ye taywJAJ In this Christmas season we the surface of the ground or .
bee was killed by a Senate com cruise to Fort Myers. The Labor t must see afresh that, so far as water. The cushion may be one
mittee. Graduation of 49 Senior Day roedo drew a crowd estimated in us lies, all men shall be led Inch to 20 feet thick.A NEW i
will be held with ceremonies. The at over 4,500 Polio victims re by It unto the ways of lasting propellor or jet gives the
Truss factory satrted construe ported Improved. hovercraft its forward motion. I
tion in Fort Drum. I SEPTEMBER 15, 1961 "'' r peace. Despite the soundness of his

JUNE t. 1961 I Contracts will soon be let for Idea, Cockrell ran into trouble
The city council was asked to KIssimmee Flood Control Dis Roy Draughn hurt in accident. ernment official found a book Futuristic Ships, when he sought commercial sup
approve remapping of the city trict. Road 70 resurfacing jobs Tomato harvest started in the floating in the harbor of Naga- Cars Glide On port. He said, "Aircraft firms YEAR ;
and naming streets. No actIon nears completion. Teen Club give county this week. Mrs. Chester saki. It was a Dutch New Testa felt it looked interesting but I Inpon'p
taken. Bud Gilbert was hurt $550 to new hospital to furnish since it
was Underhill killed coral snake measuring ment. He could not read this Air CushionsFuture was not an aircraft It
in a boat explosion at Port Salerno room. 37 Inches.NO'EMBER language but could read Chinese was not for them. Shipping expert
SEPTEMBER 22. 1961 10, 1961 He procured a Chinese New ships may skim across thought it might work m I
JUNNE 16, 1961 The Brahmans win first football Fort Pierce Loan Company objects Testament which he and his the Atlantic In half a day while but It did not look like a boat."
The county commissioner accepted game against Jupiter. The Boat-A to plans for a home loan brother studied. Both became trains race between cities at By late 1956 Cockerell realized
a bid on a new fire truck Cade by-passed Okeechobee. Rev service in Okeechobee. Mrs. Mary became Christians the light 500 miles an hour. that to convince people of the ) ttenU9FERGUSON
Contractors In Okeechobee press D. E. Wilkinson is new pastor of Anderson, Douglas-Brown tea shining through the darkness of Both types of craft would employ hovercraft's practicability he I
for a county building code Seventh Day Adventist church cher is killed in an auto acci persecution reached their hearts. a cushion of air trapped needed a working model. A friend
JUNE 23, 1961 Bobby Lamb Is conducting a dent. Pahokee whips Brahmans. One became a translator of the beneath them to reduce resistance built one for him. Assured of :
Second Annual Dairy Edition. course in Civil Defense. NOVEMBER 17, 1961 New Testament into Japanesethe to motion. Previously Impossible its value, the British govern- : PLUMBING
Okeechobee bank starts remode SEPTEMBER 29, 1961 Bob Rowles of the Florida De- other became a faithful I speeds may thus be obtained ment made it a state secret.
ing program Okeechobee Contractors Action started on a new approach veloppment Commission appeared Methodist National pastor. in surface vehicles, the Clearance for the project came .'
Association is formed. on Lake Okeechobee split. before the county commissioners Why has this book persIsted National Geographic Society'! says only after reports that a Swiss AND ELECTRIC
JUNE 30, 1961 Okeechobee Clewiston play a to discuss possibilities of from age to age and from civlization I Britlan, Finland, Switzerland, I engineer was experimenting witha
Earl Collins and daughters, Ear 0 to 0 tie The game was later locating new industry here. Lake to civilization? Whence Sweden and the United States similar vehicle. By this time ;
line and Carol drown in Lake forfeited to Okeechobee as Clew. Okeechobee was reported three this amazing power to bring light have now developed such vehicles. British manufacturers were In ... II 4
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Okeechobee. Search is way an ineligible player. feet below the...- desired level -and---
for Ross Bowling, who is miss. OCTOBER 6, 1961Announcement It was predicted it would fall below I
ing from his home in Fort Drum was made that 10 feet. The turkey shoot,
JULY 7, 1961 the new General Hospital wouldbe sponsored by the Teen-Town drewa
Ross Bowling still missing. completed by December 1. crowd of 400.
Okeechobee battlefield is reorganized Bernie Welch retired from the NOVEMBER 24, 1961.
by the U. S. Department State Road Department. JayCees The hunting season opened and
of Interior. Holiday death toll have agreed to handle hospital the first report of kill was State
less than expected. No serious dedication program. Brahmanswin Representative W. Allen Markham WATCH
EFFECTIVE JAN. 1 L 1962
wrecks in tthe county. over Arcadia. who killed a 140.pound
JULY 14, 1961 OCTOBER 13, 1961 buck, and a turkey. Ammon Mc.
A. A. Scott, president of the Local group plan a Federal clellan, former publisher of The YOUR
Okeechobee Builders Association Home Loan Association. Robbery News, was reported in critical
presented a building code to the attempt at Gilbert's fails condition at the USAF Hospital The Okeechobee County Bank
county for approval. Gilbert's Miss Flame contest to be held this Panama City. Ruby Fulford, 10 SAVINGS
pet 17c pound price on hus weekend.
a a years old, was seriously injur-
bands. The News stresses new OCTOBER 20, 1961 ed when she fell from the front
building in city.JULY Brahmans win over Sebring fender of a moving Jeep.
Zl, 1961Interested 7 0 Homecoming game with DECEMBER 1, 1961 GROW
parties are seeking to Kissimmee next Friday. A barge The new Okeechobee General ,
make The Battle of Okeechobeeate belonging to Sam Joiner was Hospital was dedicated in special
8 a national monument. Teen lost on the Lake over the week- ceremonies arranged by the Jay. '
Town to recorded on film for TV end. Cees. John David McCarthy, pro- I
show. JayCees vote to give a OCTOBER 27, 1961 eery store operator for 44 years,
pony at the rodeo. The cut-over of telephone service died suddenly. Nora Bachand WILL 0/0/

JULY 28. 1961 was made Sunday morning. was taken to a Sarasota Rest
Pete demons and Quillie Hazelhef Brahman lose Homecoming game. Home. ,
buy the Okeechobee Livestock Teen-Town to sponsor turkey DECEMBER 8, 1961 :
Market. Local contractors shoot Nov. 11. Old East Coast An organizational meeting was I'
protest county road crew in building Railroad depot destroyed by fire held for a Womens Auxiliary PAY

private roads Hog Island to McCarthy store closed after 44 Group for the hospital. An Ocala l e r I INTEREST ;
become a park. years of continuous service, attorney W. Ayes, agreed to represent
AUGUST 4, 1961 NOVEMBER 3, 1961 the four counties concerned

in a claim to shares of Lake


0:> This newest Goodyear being Okeechobee.DECEMBER plagued Merchants 15 by, 1961 shoplifters reported This? Increase In interest earnings Is In line On Savingswith

An industrial Developmentgroup this banks long established policy of

gives you what you want was organized, headed by always paying the highest Interest permit.
Frank Altobello. A. G. Fulwider ted by the Federal Reserve Bank. CertificatesSAVINGS I
resigned as county road com
ECONOMYIJrSme missioner John Smith was named
to fill the post. Trailways Bus Money must remain on deposit for a mini.
Company began service through mum of 12 months.
Okeechobee. A bull jumped from
3-T NYLON the selling ring at the Okeechobee

Livestock Market, resulting in
AII-, ,eather a lot of excitement but no Injuries
or damage even the
fey .t k*ie. p- a lot part emnaGD'ikn bull.
mi you wekit from foad
with thai a CoodreactHon.

;JOYC Cord it faT body tnple.that The Shining (VOW

tough lasting Get It, too, in a LEFT IN - . you can earn 4% IN-
tread duifrned far really welch- StarBy

ins mfsge.sa.7reO TEREST on deposited In this bank for
money
Cooper Marshall, Pastor Regular Savings Accounts

First Baptist Church one year on "Savings Certificates". This Is the
all FOR 6 MONTHS OR LONGER '"
w d, Gm tN.daoa "Lord, now lettest thou ser highest rate of Interest permitted be paid by the
vant depart In peace, for mine
;tJ..M. < $1288 eyes have seen thy salvation, Automatically O 1 / O/ Interest Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation. As with all ..

which thou hast prepared be- Receive O / 2O Per Annum '
r 7.10 a 15/1 fore the face of all people; a savings, your deposits are Insured up to $10,000
)
light to lighten the Gentiles, and
NNkNara, aord aq the glory of thy people Israel." . t paid Seml-Annually. Take advantage of this by the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation.
Luke 2: 29-32 new higher earning power of your savings be depositing n
regularly to account. WE PAY THE Plan now to save with SAVINGS CERTIFICATES,
Credit Terms MayBe The Bible, with its story of your ,

"a" For Christmas, has an amazing ability HIGHEST INTEREST ALLOWED, however you and earn this new increased Interest rate of 4%.
IHaNeK.. M Arranged to persist and bring light. The figure itl
'ma'r' Bible has bad the peculiar ability
Budget
Every to survive the collapse of civilizations
down through the ages
7so a 14w and bring light to the dark ages
Sr, that have followed. We live in
a.aaaa 15 MONTH GUARANTUI generation where change is the
rr l t a, Again normal road hazard a
_I..., blowo ti, fibril vogue. Nations are being born
aiber..e.l overnight. The clouds which are I
irekpd
5.00.1/ able pun.rettertaa.xLpme i gathering around us are dark and
for number of
original owner
MM.a foreboding Many are terrified by
lea . monthi tpecified.
a Any/Goodyear tlrt dealer the vague shadows of an unknown SAVINGS DEPOSITED BY THE 10TH OF THE MONTH EARN INTEREST FROM THE 1ST
In tfl 50 )
:: ( 60,000 Male* future. History tells us
i will repair tin without that ours is not the first gene-
mob allowanceoa
chare or
MW tIN baaed en o<*>*- ration in which! this has hap .
..t tread depth remaining pened. In past generations of .
and the current "Goodyear darkness and uncertainty the Bible -
prlc ." has been handed on a torch EACH DEPOSITOR INSURD UP TO $10,000 BY THE FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORPORATIONOKEECHOBEE

AI..... EIIS w..III1 to lighten the unknown pathway,
Me. h41 M 1 a shining light in the darkness'
and chaos.
1GOODYEAR Many are the stories comingout
of the past to show and prove i
that the Bible perpetuates the :
ttont tKM ON eOOOYIAft TWII THAN ANT O1MIH KINO Gospel light in lands where it COUNTY BANK .
has been all but crowded out by
persecution. From the early seventh
GILBERT'S century until past the mid- OKEECHOBEE, FLORIDAOlc f
die of the nineteenth, Christianity,
OKEECHOBEE once flourishing, was proscribedin
Phone RO 3.3154 Japan Torture and death were

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NOTHING By KREWKHUTT RQAST45 c"SUPERRIGHT"

WELL HERE IT IS . nearlythe
end of another year . . ,
Christmas Is over. .. mother has rff,
cleaned up the kitchen and the
wrapping papers . and has fed
the last of the feast to the mem
bers of the family . via cro
quettes . .hash . and sand
' w fiches. GRADE A YOUNG BROAD BREASTED

IT.IS NOW THE TIME to make Sugar Cured Smoked ': ,., TOM 16 to 20 I HENS ) f
Virginia
your new resolutions for the coming Smithfield .;- I TURKEYS SIb. average /JC, C
: 10 to 16 J
year . which each will do : .
. just from habit . and most ': Ib average
will be broken afore they are 0 G 1/ BROILERS. ........39e lb.
put Into use B 1
"SUPER RIGHT"
HEAVY WESTERN BEEF BONELESS SHOULDER CLOD ROAST orJOWLS
SO THIS YEAR I did It some
different. . I made some resolutions -
'! . . real early . two
or threw weeks ago. and made SWISS STEAK 75
quite a lengthy list. . and gave Lb.
them all a try . so I would
know which ones would be concrete r
for the entire year. ALLGOOD BRAND SUGAR CUREDSLICED
e ,In
Tongue
SOME OF THE VOWS I made, _
were . getting up early so . Out 29c
that I could start the day fresher I :;1:1.: .. -... Teeth I BACON 1 Lb.
. make up the bed . .! PHOTOGRAPHER PRINCE 39C
hang up the clothes . sweep I Spain's number one amateur On.
out the house . all before photographer, Prince Lbe
breakfast. . and keep the house Juan Carlos, wears a Span
neat and tidy at all times. ish Air Force uniform as he Oscar Mayer Sugar Cured Boneless Smoked "SUPER-RIGHT"' DELICIOUS CORN

GO TO WORK clean shaven ..I ver watches at Alcala a military de Henares maneu, FAN.C-EE BRAND DRIED 1V2 Pkl;. 23c Bacon Squares I Beef Briskets Lb. 7ScBackey
with clean white shirt each day. .I Spain.The Prince a lieutenant \ a Peas
. refrain from being grouchy . in Spain's three armed DELICIOUS QUICK FROZEN FLORIDA
. and have a smile for every services held his camera in
one . never argue with any. L readiness for a good shot. SUNNYFIELD LONG'GRAIN Lb. "Jowl Butts" _Cooked Lobsters 69c
one ... or discredit anything that us tippled quite freely. 2 31c Lb.
was told me. Rice Pkg 2 to 3 Ib. 3 5 HEADLESS COMPLETELY
Fancy C I
AS THE DAY wore on Into evening AverageLB.
I SWORE I would believe all we broke up the party and Dresse.Whiting 19c
the fishing and hunting lies that wended our way home with the Lb.
were handed down . would not conviction that resolutions are
call anybody by their first name made to bust. . and it is reallyno P ./1II.IIIIIIIUUIII :
. . and never never do any. effort so while you folks go .
thing that would be a blemish on about making and bre a kiD g Fresh Snow WhiteCAULIFLOWER FRESH ANJOUSPEARS :
my conduct or that of the folks yours .
:
that work with me daily.I $ NOTICE! :
MAY WISH. you a Very Happy '" 1C 4 .
GOT UP \the first morning New Year . for this one and : :
fresh and rearing to go . and the ones to follow.Infants .
'
WE WILL BE CLOSED
atarted to make the bed. which
was boresome . . so I took an "' : :
aspirin .' .hung my clothes . Need i.
swept out the house. Polio ShotsDid MONDAY
?
THIS WAS JUST so much more you know that last year 29c
than anticipated . that I finally polio INCREASED among the
had to take a BC . and protected? No one should neglect . Head o; NEW YEARS DAY p
started to get my breakfast . getting the maximum pro 2 29c
when It seemed that everythingwent tection polio shots offer. Polio -
wrong. . so I folded up shots work. And they are easy to
the house and started for town obtain. nI111I11UUIUUuIIICRISP
. just a wee bit grouchy. Now is the time for young parents
to protect themselves and CALIFORNIA ICEBERGLETTUCE
THE FIRST GUY I MET . their babies against polio. A+sP's NEW YEAR PREVIEW;:
whom I gave a half.hearted smile Babies should start their ser-
. . jumped onto me roughshod les of shots between the ages of LOW PRICES TO CHEER
about something or other 6 and 8 weeks. Arrange for them
that I had done . so I stopped now with your doctor or I local 2 29 BUDGETS ALL YEAR!
into the neighborhood lounge and health department.Don't HEADS C _
tippled a couple to see If I could take a chance take !IT'1L MEAN. . _
get Into better spirit . and your polio shots!
keep up with my resolutions.THE .
Guests at the home of Miss
NEXT CONTACT was a S. .. couple of fishermen . and a were Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Me
couple of hunters. .. who handed Crocklin, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Hilling .
me the biggest tales of their expeditions and daughter Tract Rev. V.
. . and offered me J. Ragsdale and son Dural Mrs
one from the hip . . to help Frank Jenkins, Miss Jo Parrish,
me understand what punishmentthey Mrs. D. R. McNeil, Mrs. Essie WHITE POTATOES 10 39c
Lb.
had absorbed.BY Rampey and Miss Alice Bass. Bag SAVINGSSouth

THAT TIME it made no difference Mr. and Mrs. C. U. Welch and
about my conduct . so daughters Cheryl and Cynthia,
1 made an excuse to get out of and Forrest Dale of Lake Worth JANE PARKER LEMON OR EXCEL BRAND VACUUM PACKED
the office . and visited the spent Christmas eve with Mr. and
lounge again . where a few of Mrs. John Ferguson. MIXED NUTS

ROLLS FOR



14 Oz. 59C
0:. CCr
2"
Perfect kJtJL Can yOU

JANE PARKER FRESHLY BAKED. PEACH or
takeoffStarting CHEF-BOY-AR-DEE MIX FOR (with Sausage iWo oz. bxs 99c)

BLUEBERRY Pizza with Cheese 2 1 Box:s' 89c

INCH/ I N
PURE

PIES EACH 49'BAKE.RITE 3 Ca Lb 59

A&P OUR FINEST QUALITY FROZENStrawberries

ANN PAGE REALLY FRESH '
i 2 Pkgs. 3Sc

ANN PAGE, FINE, BROAD or EXTRA WIDE

MAYONNAISE Egg Noodles Pkg.1 Lb. 29c

JANE PARKER ENRICHED
I with I a l

perfect takeoff, h' 4 QUART White Bread 2:

may 1962 put all 5 3 SUPERFINE/ BRAND FANCY
and } 1 Lb.
your hopes JAR Blackeye Peas 2 Can s 27c

Into orbit, ,
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plant I
A&P BRAND, VACUUM PACKED

wide'end,tearing and hand high, o Salted I Peanuts 7C Z. 29c i' ;

ANN PAGE TOMATO I -
SUNSHINE KRISPYCRACKERS .'

torn round, often bring roundof you r 1 g i K E T ( H U P ;:' 29c ,r /' /L

happiness and SWANSON'S FROZEN:BEEF, TURKEY, CHICKEN I ?

Deep Dish Pot Pies J;sb' 69c

Prlcts In this ad effective thru Dec. 30
IVCCtlllSIERRA 2 14 OZ. ne oxu.n..me i cone IM tow.nr wuper "
3 9
BOTTLES c I 8 Markets' South Park St.

OkeechobeeLAUNDRY


RESTAURANTLOU BLEACH LIQUID DETERGENT VEG. SHORTENING PILLSBURY DETERGENT NEW FOR DISHES",,

and OPAL RILEY, Mgrs. Hood 1/33" Chiffon Crisco I Biscuits I SURF I Octagon Lige

Phone Rodeo 6-1461 Downtown Okuchobu Gal. 8e Off Deal\ 3 Lb. 8 Oz 7c off deal 48 Oz. ....
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Christmases ever MARSHALL D. SIMMONS
of the best
" Page 6 Okt.chobe. Newt, Friday, D.c. 29, 1961 5 1 1I Hospital News Special thanks go out to all Mr and Mrs. Robert Simmons
Patients receiving treatmentat thl' churches, organizations and arc the parents of a six pound U
I the Okeechobee General Hospital classes for the special gifts, donations ounce son born December 23:
PICTURES OF THE EVENTS OF 1961 Include Frank Ayers, Susan and carols that were en- The boy was named Marshall
: Bennett Catherine Chandler Joyed' so much during. the Christ Dennison
Junta Dreese, Vilma Mull. mat holiday.
GURNEY MULLENECA
enix and baby boy, James McBride ROBERT
Robert Gurnev was
Carl Williams, Marinus son
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December 23 at the Okea
born
. Relngoudt and colored patient, .
chobee General Ho ..,
+., 1 Edward Jackson Mrs.: James Mullenlx. The
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Released during the pest week
. lithJ
: baby weighed seven pounds and I
1'II were the Matchett baby girl,
at birth
Eva Strlckel, Saba Currin and five ounces
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baby, William Cutthill, Marie
Hare, Gertrude Mays and baby, JACQUELINE L, MATCIIETTA COLORED BIRTHS
Amos Baughman, Joyce Suggs, daughter, Jacqueline Lei- Willie Frank and Mary Ruth
! received 7-
'colored
a
II'pll
Oscar Hail, Laura Dufore, Michael lanle, was born December 13 at
I for Christmas.
Dufore, Mary Martens! the Louisiana Raulerson Hospital !! pound l-ounce son .
was born Jec 24, and
boy
tJ William Melvin, Lester Smith, to Mr and Mrs Harold Matched Cur
: Jeanette Turner, Thelma Miller The girl! weighed six wa! named Bruce Leon BoswelU
f On Dcember 19, a six-pound son
1I 1I ,.. Ial hf ti and baby, Frank Ayers, Jeanette pounds, 13'4\ ounces, and was born to Vamerbelt Lawrence *
6 Rode, Calvin Stephens, Patricia the last baby born In the old was
-TJ and Thelm Miller, colored -
Bennett, Ann Simmons and baby, hospital
The baby was named Van-
and! colored patients Rufus Brown
derbelt Lawrence, Jr.
tICI Jr., Ray Dell Batten and Mary JANET RENEE STEELMAN:
( _____ Ruth Boswell and baby. Janet Renee (iSteelman, the -
first baby born In the new Okee- BIBLE STUDY
c 1 I chobee General Hospital, arrived A Bible Study course Is being
4 Rest Home News December 14, and weighed nine I planned, to be held January 8
+ Residents of the Dunklin Rest pounds eight ounces. Parents are through 12 at the First Baptist
.Jt Home who spent Christmas away Mr and Mrs George Steelman Church. The. classes will study
r r y1 with friends and relatives were the Prophecy of Jeremiah, and
I Mrs. Mary Waldron, who was In DALE JACOBS will begin nightly at 7 o'clock.Rev .
1 Lake Placid with her daughter, Hugh and Gladys Jacobs, Scm- Cooper Marshall, pastor
Mrs. Ruby Durrance, and hire announced Classes will be held
1 ,a,+ Inole Indians, are parents of a
o C4I'M Melanie who all he Added
a Higgenbotham was for age groups
t.J 's ion, Dale, born December 14. He
In Miami with her sister. ,
weighed seven pounds 2'i ounces
Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Pearceof Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Meserve
Orlando visited his mother, spent Christmas In Georgia with
Mrs Mattie Pearce on eWdnes- KEYSET 10U\G; CtRRIN their daughter and her family.
i dare Mr and Mrs. William H. Cur- Mr and Mrs. Ray Morris and
Donations at the Home Included rln are parents of a son born family are visiting relatives In
a Christmas tree and decora December 18. The boy weighed North Carolina
tlons from Mrs R. L. Brown, a eight pounds, 11 ounces, and was Mrs E H Hunt and daughtersJane
1i cash donation from the Rotary named Kenneth Young. spent Christmas In Haines
n Club and Individual gifts 'or City with Mr and Mrs. J. II.
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1 $ r sly" residents from the Rebeka TERESA ANN !MAYSA White and sons
Lodge. pound 8-ounce girl was born Mr and Mrs Jerry E. Walker
sue' ' r 1 r alf I I Residents of the Home expressed December 19 to Mr and Mrs. children of Miami spent the
their thanks to everyone for Joe H Mays The little girl has((18n'I end with his parentts, Mr.
all their efforts to make this one been named Teresa Ann and Mrs J. II Walker, Jr

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j Okeecnobee News, Frfday, Dec. 2>, 1961 ".ge' NOTICE file the original Answer or Plead. 'to the highest and best bidderfor Worship Service 11:00 a m. 1 Wednesday evening worship Bible Training, 8:4: p jp
The Board of Public Instruction log/ In the Office of the Clerk ot cash the .
following described uvtuitjeiutic Service, Sunday ev services, 7:30.INtEPENDENT: I Sunday evening worship, 7.00
LEGALS 100 feet, thence East 210 will receive sealed bids on Circuit Court, on or before the property situated In Okeechobee enlng 7:00: p. m. Teachers meeting. Wednesday
feet thence North 100 the following products for the 22nd day of January 1962. It County, Florida, to-wit: I Prayer Service Tuesday evenIng MISSIONARY 7.no( p. m.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT IN feet thence West 210 feet period beginning January 2, 1962, you all to do so, Decree Pro Lot 22, Block 52, EL 7:30 BAPTIST CHURCH Wednesday evening worship ser
AND FOR THE NINTH JU to the point of beginning. and ending June SO, 1962: Confesso will be taken against you MIRASOL, according to Youth Service, Tuesday, 7:30. lie*. M. M. Martin, Pastor vice 7:30: p. m.
DIC1AL CIRCUIT OF ALSO Gasoline lubrication, motor for the relief demanded In the Plat thereof recorded In I Young People's meeting each Sunday School FLORIDA, OKEECHOBEE That part of Lots 15 oil, No. 2 Diesel HeatIng Bill of Complaint. Plat Book 2. Page 1, of Thursday evening at 730.: Worship Hour 11:00 Oa. m. evening 7:30 p. 01,.
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY and 16 of Block 5 of Consolidated Fuel DONE AND ORDERED at the Public Records of I
NO. 1899NOTICE Land Company's Note: Okeechobee, Florida, this 20th Okeechobee County Ftor-1 FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH .
TO APPEAR Subdivision according to Performance specifications: day of December, 1961. Ida. Cooper Marthall, Pastor ,
SLEG CORP., the Plat thereof recordedIn 1. Motor oil or u,'s on which. HAYNES E. WILLIAMS pursuant to the Final Decree of Sunday School ... 9:43 p.m.

A Florida Corporation, Plat Book 1, Page S, bids are submitted shall meet Clerk of Circuit Court Foreclosure entered In a case Morning Worship u 00 a.M. Now's the time to have y"your
Federal
Petitionervs. public records of Okee Specifications MIL.L2104A (Circuit Court Seal) pending In said Court the style Training Union HoO'? 630: pin
chobee County, Florida generally suitable for use By HAZEL WILLIAMS of which la Mid-States Homes, Evening Worship .??.? 7-30: p.m.
J. C. TEMPLETON, lying East of State Road In Internal combustion engines I Deputy Clerk Inc., a Florida corporation Wednesday Evening Briggs & Stratton engine

Respondent. 15-A. operating under unfavorable or Publish: Plaintiff, vs. Ingram Yates and Prayer .... 7:30 p.m,
TO: J. C. TEMPLETON, ALSO tions.severe types of service condi Dec. 22, 29, 1961: Jan 1, t, 1962 Margie R. Yates his wife, Defendants checked by ;
642* Riverside Drive All that part of NVi of The Okeechobee News and the docket numberof CHURCH OF THE BRETHRENF.
SEVi and GovernmentLot 2. The oil must be Supplement 1 i our experts ;
Klngsport, Tennessee which is 1884. . C. Rohrer, Pastor IDRIGGS&STRATTON
PLEASE TAKE NOTICE that 7. lying South of the single graded oil as 20W 30W or NOTICE OF FORCLOSUURESALE WITNESS my hand and the Sunday School 10 a. m.
40W rather than
the multivis-
the Honorable Wallace Sample, right of way of Florida BY CLERK OF CIRCUIT official seal of said Court this Preaching. 11 a. m. rtvtntlv Motnttnanct -
coslty 5W20.
Circuit Judge In and for the Ninth Western Northern Railroad type as COURT 21st day of December 1961. C.B.Y.F.. 6.30 p. m. Inmmn.mk.lil.brwansnd
Judicial Circuit of Florida, at and East of the Please submit a firm bid. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN HAYNES E. WILLIAMSClerk Evening service, 7:30 p. m. '" : Yeon.IwY.eu.elawuronael .
All bids will be opened In the I complttily da.ndobl..e.ren.n
Okeechobee County, Florida, has right of way of State that the undersigned Haynes E. of Circuit Court Wednesday prayer meeting, 7:30: ''I: W..I/a,611ed.ul.nnd..benla! ,
office of the School
upon petition of Sleg Corp., In the Road No. 15-As now located Superintend. M. Hobbs ,...rl Williams Harry
Clerk of the Circuit -
less ent on Tuesday, January 2nd, Got foctorvepprowdGILBERT'S r.nk. Mn.
above captioned cause, entered a right of way of 1962 at 10 o'clock a. m. Court of Okeechobee County I Attorney for Plaintiff SACRED HEART
rule to show cause upon you, J. now abandoned Florida Further details can be obtain. Florida, will on the 15th day of I P. 0. Box 3283 CATHOLIC CHURCH
C. TEMPLETON to show cause East Coast Railway, In January 1962, during the legal Tampa 1. Florida Sunday Mass, 9:00: a. m.
ed at the Superintendent's office.
within thirty (30)) days of the SWVi of SE'/4, In Section Rosary Service, 7:30 p. m.
The Board reserves the right to hours of sale, at the malndoo Publish December 29, 1961
14th day of December, 1961, why 4, Township 38, South reject any or all bids. of the Court House of Okeechobee i The Okeechobee News. Evening Mass 7:00: p. m., first f
Range 36 East, and all of
the claim of lien filed by you Friday
SALTER R. WATFORD County Florida, In the City
against the property hereinafter the Government. Lot 1, less Chairman of Okeechobee Florida offer for Miss Delight Dreese of Miami Catechism, 8:0: a. m. Saturday
described should not be enforcedby right-of way of now ab ATTEST: sal and sell at public outcry spent Christmas with her parents, Rosary Service 7:30 p. II). each ABSOLUTELY NEW NO SUCH OFFER:HAS
action. Upon your failure satisfactorily andoned Florida East CARL T. DURRANCE Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Dreese. Friday. EVER BEEN MADE IN FLORIDA ON SUCH
Coast Railway, In Sec Days, Mass 7:00: m.
Holy p.
to show cause, the
Assistant to the Superintendent. BEAUTIFUL ACREAGE. CLOSE TO CITY ON U.S.
court shall at the end of Bald tion 9, Township 38, South WHOLE HOUSEHEATING
Publish Dec. 22, 29, 1961 Church Notes
441. ALREADY PLATTED AND
LOT
LINES
Range 36 East.
SAVIOUR,
thirty days order you to forthwith The Okeechobee News CHURCH OF OUR
commence action to enforce ALSO ASSEMBLY OF GOD CHURCH EPISCOPAL MARKED. ROADS ALREADY BUILT. ELEC

your lien, or order the Clerk of All other real] estate 1\ TIlE CIRCUIT COURT OF AND COOLING Rev. Anton P. Jensen, Pastor Father George Cave TRICITY AVAILABLE. -
the Court to record cancellation conveyed to Sleg Corp, THE NINTH JUDICIAL CIR Sunday Morning oWrshlp 11 a.m. Sunday morning, 10 a. m., servIce
thereof. as recorded In OR Book CUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND GENERAL ELECTRICFOR Sunday night Evangelistic Servo of Holy Communion. I1/ ACRESNOW
The Claim of Lien IB filed In 46, Page 551-2, and Book FOR OKEECIIOBEE COUN-I ices, 7:30 p. m. Wednesdays and Holy Days,
the Public Records of Okeechobee 49, Page 449-50, Okee TY. IN CHANCERY. Tuesday Christ Ambassadors, I a. m.FIRST. ONLY $12.50 DOWN-$12.50 Month
County, Florida, as follows: chobee County Records. CASE NO. 1ST 7:30 p. m.
On September 29, 1961, (Circuit Court Seal) SUIT FOR DIVORCE THE SMALLEST Wednesday night, Bible Study and MISSIONARY BAPTIST 2 ACRESNOW
In Record Book S3, Page HAYNES: E. WILLIAMS VIRGINIA MAE CAUDLE Prayer Services, 7:30 p. m. CHURCH OF BASINGER
381, and refiled on November Clerk of Circuit Court Gl'LLEDGE, TO THE LARGEST Thursday prayer services 10 am Damon B. Walkr, Pastor ONLY $25.00 DOWN-$25.00 Month
17, 1961 In Record Bp: GLORIA J. FORD Plaintiff Saturday Street Meetings beginning Sunday School 10 a. m.
WeariierTRON model. for 5 ACRESNOW
11.
Service
Deputy Clerk Morning Worship
Book 56, Page 475. vs. at soo: p. m.
Publish Dec. 22, 29, 1961 as link. 01 800 square fort Training Union, Sunday even
The real Involved In ;
property THOMAS RALPH GULLEDGE ONLY DOWN
to the) largest ham or $50.00 -$50.00 Month
aid cause above captioned is as January 5, 12, 1962. Defendant. commercial installations. TIlE CHURCH OF GOD tog 6:30 p. m .
The Okeechobee NewtNOTICK Rev, Herndon Sunday evening worship service
Dewey
follows:
NOTICE OF SUIT Pumps OUT heat, humidity
Lots 17, 18 and 19of Sunday School, 10:0: Oa. m. *!, 730.
To: Thomas Ralph Gulledge in summer; pumps IN heat WHISPERINGPINES
Block I, Consolidated Defendant from fresh outdoor air in
Land Company's Subdivision Care of Mn. H. T. Gulledge winter Uses low hall ceilIng PRICES
of Parts of Townships NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN Route 3Wadesboro to eliminate ducts. REDUCED
37 and 38 South that the Board of Public Instruc
North Carolina ONTreasure
Range 36 East, accordingto lion of Okeechobee County will
You are hereby notified that a
Plat thereof recordedIn I not meet on Its regular scheduled Bill) of Complaint for divorce has $59500rUtt Island
Plat Book 1, page 5, date of January lot, 1962, this been lied against you, and you
public records of Okee being New Year's Day, a legal
ar. required to ser j a copy of LOTSLOCATED HODGES & SON
chobee County Florida holiday, but will meet on Tuesday INSTALLATION
your Answer or Pleading to the
LESS beginning at the January 2nd, Instead. Bill of Complaint on Plaintiffs CENTRAL ELECTRICAND ON 70FT. CANALS, 18'/j FT. DEEP, Phone ROdeo 3-4119
Northwest of Lot ATTEST:
corner attorney T. W. Conely, Jr., Box GAS CO. ON GOOD HARD STREETS. WATER TRANSPOR.
CARL T. DURRANCE
17 Block 5, ConsolidatedLand
Company's Subdivision Assistant to the SuperintendentBy 608. Okeechobee, Florida, and Phone 3-3915 TATION DO YOUR SHOPPING FROM YOUR Simply call us-we will show you these beautiful sites

of Section 9, Town : SALTER R. WATFORD BOAT WHICH YOU CAN DOCK ON YOUR OWN

ship 38 South Range 36 Chairman PROPERTY. BEST FRESH WATER FISHING IN
East for a point of beginning Publish December 29, 1961
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1951) Legislature and The Okeechobee News has the years . and years...

necessary forms for proper registration and adver .k and years.

tising. SMALL ACREAGE

The charge for advertising the notice the necessary .

four times Is $15.00.As SAFE DRIVERS a

amended by the 1951 session, the law readsas 1% ACRES. . . $1295.00
$25 DOWN A MONTH SAVE ON FORT SERVICE
follows: ., .,.. $20 I r ,

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as defined herein, to engage In business as herein 2H ACRES. . . $2500.00 PIERCE GUIDE

, defined, under fictitious name as herein defined $50 DOWN ., ... ,$25 A MONTH AUTO.INSURANCEI
: without and unless said fictitious name shall be .

registered with the clerk of the circuit court of

the county where the principal place ot business 5 ACRES. . . . $4950.00$10G ROOFING & SHEET METAL

Is, which registration shall consist of filing with the DOWN II .. .. .$50 A MONTH
I clerk aforesaid an affidavit signed by interested BONDED FOR NEW ROOFSBy

. persons, stating under oath the names of all those
the extent ot SALESMAN ON DUTY 10 A.M. TO 5:30: P.M. Family Auto Insurance will provide you
Interested In the business enterprise,
; with broad protection at substantial savings if BARRETT CE::TAINTED
the Interest of each, and the fictitious name under FRIDAY, SATURDAY AND SUNDAY you have a good driving record. And with the Hart- CAREY
which said business Is carried on. Said registration ford name on your policy there need be no doubt AND RUBBEROID
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to engage In business under a fictitious name Call our office now to see if you qualify for savings SERVING OKEECHOBEE &
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said fictitious name at least once a week for four ALL WORK GUARANTEEDCall

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8 Okeechobe. News, Friday, Dec. 29, 1961rrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrwrrrrrrrrgrrrbrrr 1 Party Plants I t Mr. and Mrs. Alton L Milliard Mr and Mrs. Henry Forbes and; Mr. and Mrs. Carl Hilling and
of Melrose, Florida spent the daughter Denise of Tallahassee daughter Tract visited over the
For Patio holiday week end with his moth. spent Christmas with Mr. and Christmas holidays with her par-
er. Mrs. Amy HUllard, and with Mrs. Lowle Oakes and daughters ents, Mr. and Mrs. Clyde MoCrocklin.
I Or Parlor' Mr and Mrs. Rex Spivey and Patricia and Sharon. Mrs. Forbes The Hillings live in
sociETY daughter Peggy. and Mri. Oaks are sisters. West Virginia.
When government employesrun
out of something to do at the
1 mmmmfffB0fff&Bif0fBfiB0BBBf0ffMBt, office, and see the boss giving % ,

them the gimlet eye, they put M, Ny NOTICE
Vows
Engagement Marriage b w
away their books and crossword

Announced Spoken Dec. 21 puzzles, or quit leaning over asteno's .,.
desk and write an article #
Mr. and Mrs. Alto Watford Jr In Imlianlown thousands of If have since must
of their Newspapers get you changed your name you registered you
announce the engagement T'
them and on occasion print one.lIere' .
come to the OFFICE OF THE SUPERVISOR OF REGISTRATIONand
daughter, Mary Nell Watford, j a Miss Jackie Hullelt and Jan one of them. .
graduate of Okeechobee Count: Hicks of Indiantown were unitedIn sign a new registration certificate.
... Citrus as a pot plant will add a .
o' marriage on December 21 at ,
'Ii tropical tempo to Florida Mi
the home of Mr. and Mrs. How. room. your If you have become a freeholder, please advise this office. '
ard Hicks in Indiantown. The I'

ceremony was preformed by the These dwarfed, glossy green + La.y31 v1t If you have moved and do not have a CITY STREET ADDRESS .
Rev Woolwine, pastor of the trees also will serve as conversa
Mehtodist church of Indiantown Hon pieces-if chitchat lags durIng give name of road and which side of road your home is
.
Mrs. Ethyl Hicks was matron TV commercials. Anyone located, so that you may be transferred to the proper precinct.
of honor and Robert Hullett acted with a gift for gab can spin exotic .
ALSO GIVE YOUR MAILING ADDRESS and send your old regis:'
Chinese
as best man. tales linking ancient
The bride is the daughter of customs with citrus tration card to this office.
4k.
Mr and Mrs. Henry Hullett of
You can mention that citrus t
Okeechobee and the groom Is '
trees have had many uses.
the son of Mr. and Mrs. Howard ROWENA PARKERSON
for
Among them were a cure
Hicks of Indiantown.Mr. poison, correction of fetid breath, f Supervisor of Registration
and Mrs. Hicks will be re ,
relief to asthmatics, protection Okeechobee Florida
County,
siding in
Indiantown.
.. against moths, a remedy for l
rheumatism and sore mouth anda I
cure for dyspepsia. Chapter 26870 Sec. 98.081 Election Laws of the State of

Garden Club (Editors noteAn orange f Florida 1951, (Amended Chapter 61-86, 1961)), requiresall

Met With tree switch Is second only to an Registered Electors to renew their Registration.
High School, to Johnny C, Gil I. apple tree switch (hard to come t

bert, son of Mr. and Mrs. Bud Mrs. Harper by in Florida) for bringing out ,_ .
Gilbert;-of Sparta, Tennesce. the best in .)
boy.
The Okeechobee Garden Club a r;';" '
The wedding date has been s et!
for January 26, 1962 at 6:00 met Thursday at the home of If you prefer modern gossip,
o'clock at the home of Mr. and, Mrs. J. R. Minehan with Mrs. then explain that citrus with its {; i;
Ralph Harper as cohostess.The ,
Mrs Watford JrMissWatford enchanting odor mingled with
is presently em meeting was opened with moonlight can ignite sparks of '" > .. ... .-. ,,,._ ,.wri.p BOSTON STOREAFTER
ployed at Okeechobee Genera l the club prayer and was followed romance. By adding local names COOPERATION. Col. (Dr) Roy A. Highsmlth, director
Hospital and Mr. Gilbert is employed ,. by a short business session this conversation can run for of the Public Health and Welfare Department, and his part
by Ranch Fertilizer Co conducted by the president, hours. ner, nurse Hatsu Sakumoto, pour all their energy into the
Mrs. Allen Markham. A definite final dash at the Hainan School in
during a three-legged race
(Ed. note This, however, will
date for the Garden Club Flower :
Naha, Okinawa. They competed against 30 racers and lost
Show was set for Saturday April make you a "nibble" or a peepIng -
Fellowship
21. Mrs. Ernest Evans volunteer. Tom and does little to en

illlC.ls ed to take a Christmas arrangement hance your social standing,) $4
to the Dunklin Rest HomeIn "Citrus" varieties suited for OKEECHOBEE JEWELERS
Planned the name of the Club. pot plantings include the kum-

A new member Mrs. Helene quat, Meyer lemon, ponderosa DAYS
The Women' Fellowship of th McKenzie, was welcomed to the lemon, Otaheite orange and Chi- riaJ/.lIllllhII1 14.95 & for
Church of the Brethren planneda Club. notto. up

fellowship supper for the whole Christmas packages were Three varieties of the kumquat XMASFRI.
church on Dee 12. On the order judged and the one wrapepd by are Nagaml, Marumi and Meiwa. STARTER SETS
of a progressive meal, different Mrs. Ralph Harper was awarded The[ latter is sweetest of the
tables presented different parts of first place.Refreshments, three. Kumquats are called gold. ' andCOMPLETE
the meal representing Mexico, were served to en bean by the Chinese becausethe

Hawaii China Holland and Mesdames J, R, Minehan, Jr, bright orange fruit are some r SETS & SAT.
France. Harvey Hamrick, Helen McKenzie what bean shaped.Kumquats .
There ere a few costumes to Allen Markham, Ernest Evans are inherentlydwarfs
help the Illusion of different coun B. II. Moon and when
E. B. Davis, propagated on CASUAL and FINE CHINA
tries More than a hundred were Bill xifoliate stock the plant
Phillips Margaret Johnston orange DEC. 29 & 30LADIES
present and enjoyed the food and R. E. Link. William Preston. Is reduced In size. They are REPAIRING
WATCH
the fellowship, Ralph Harper, Vernon Reeves, ideal pot plants. GUARANTEED
The Fellowship organize d a Otaheite Is misnomer
and Joe Galbraith.The orange a -
Prayer Band last month. The JEWELERS I
next meeting of the Club since it is not an orange but OKEECHOBEE
names of fifty-six women were arranged akin to endless lime. Fruit
will be held January 18, with an
so that when the president Mrs. Phillips and Mrs. Charles color ranges from orange to reddish
called-fiut four, these called oth McArthur as cohostesses.Juniors orange. The plants are quite CAR OATS '
ers until all were informed. tab-active at Christmas, since
The Band has already served in
plants! a foot or so high may car
one time of need. If anyone needs To ry up to a dozen IVi-lnch fruit 1
prayer for any purpose, he or Present plus blossoms. The fruit has orange : 8.00
she should call the president, "Marys colored flesh that la USED CARS Reg. $10.98 NOW
Mrs. F. C Rohrer, at the Churchcf Big Lamb" and insipid in flavor.
the Brethren parsonage, and The Meyer lemon bears fruit 6.00
the will get the program started. "Mary's Big Lamb", a comedyin ebout the size and shape of the Reg. $8.98 NOW .
The number is RO 3.3218 three acts by Jay Tobias, will commercial] lemon. It fruits more +

be presented by the junior class or less the year around. It is an SPECIAL
January 25 and 27 at 7 p. m. In excellent variety for home use
Circle IioidsChristmlls the high school auditorium. and is an acceptable substitutefor

Characters in the play ere' commercial lemons. 3-1959 FORDS 2 & 4-drs. LADIES DRESSESEntire
PartyMembers Mary Lamb Arline Dickson; Ed.'I The ponderosa lemon bears
win "Eddie" Lamb, Larry Rauerson large tear-shaped fruit measur
of the Jo Parrish
Circle of the Methodist churchmet ; Sally Peters Elaine Marshall .I ing up to six inches In diameter Stock
( )
; Clifton "Kip" Van Kirk, $1995.00
recently at the home of Mrs The fruit is seedy and sour. 61, FALCON
Vernon Jones; Codd Fishback, The chinotto orange is a favorite
T. C. Ooonan for
their annual
Bill Suit, Lobelia Bogtrotter, Karen 4 dr.-1 owner
patio plant for many. It Ls
Christmas:
The
party. SALEBUY
and entertainment was program plannedand Deloney; Ada Spriggins, Jan. a natural dwarf selection bearIng '60 FORD $2095.00GALAXY 5.
et Digges; deep orange-colored fruit
Conditioned
given by Mrs. Fred Humph. 4-dr Air
ries, Mrs. George Bellamy, Mrs. Dodie Pringle, Claudia Wat- measuring nearly Hi-inches in $1245.00 ONE DRESS AT REGULAR PRICE AND FOR 5c YOU MAY
ford; Don Rodrlgo Jerry 0' diameter. Juice from these fruit 60 CORVAIR
.
Ray Stiles and Mrs. Earl Mc.Farlan PURCHASE THE SECOND DRESS IN SAME PRICE BRACKET.
A gift t exchange was Bannon; Carmencita, Carol Ann makes a refreshing drink. Seed. 4 dr, radio
Walker; Walter "Spider" Webb, less varieties are used in making .
held $795.00
John Roy Ard; and Hurley candies, jellies and pre. 59 CONSUL
The Doonan home
throughout in the was Christmas decorated "Blitz" Burley, Bobby Carden. serves. '58 PLYMOUTH $845.00Station BOYS CAR COATSJust

motif, The refreshment commit. Wagon
tee, composed of Mrs. Bill Hen. DECEMBERONE
dry. Mrs, Frank Plait and Mrs. '58 CHEVROLET $845.00
Jesse Watford, served cookies 4 dr. ( In Time For Cold Weather)

a flaming dessert, coffee and
cokes '58 BUICK $1295.00Special $8.00Reg.

Present were a guest, Mrs. 2-dr. hardtop Reg. $10.98 NOW

Lou oirard and the following '57 CHEVROLET $895.00
members: Mrs Humphries, Mrs.
Bellamy, Mrs. Stiles, Mrs. Mc. 210 model 4-dr. hardtop, V8 engine $8.98 NOW 6.00

Farland. Mrs. Hendry, Mrs. '57 CHEVROLET $995.00
Platt, Mrs, Watford, Mrs. Jack RACK
Wolff Mrs Julian Huggins, Mrs. Blair, 4-dr, V8 engine II

Chester Wafford, Mrs. Cader DRESSES300.J200 '56 OLDS $495.00 :
Lee Mrs Earnest Hudson Mrs.
Rowena Parkerson, Mrs. Ned VALUES 2 dr., hardtop GIRLS CAR COATS
'
Rucks Mrs. Sutton Rucks, Mrs. TO 56 FORD $495.00

Joe Galbraith, Mrs. Julian Stin- Fairlane, 2-dr.
net Mrs. Rennie Lee Kilpatrick, $39.95BETTER '
Mrs. John B. Watford and Mrs. '56 CHEVROLET 395.00 AND DRESS COATS

Doonan, the hostess. 2-dr.

DRESSESBEAUTIFUL '55 FORD $395.00Fairlane I


Jo Parrish 4dr. $.7.98 & 8.98 NOW $6.00Reg.
DRESSES OF Reg
55 DODGE $395.00
Circle Honors LACE-SILK-LINEN 20%

Three SistersThe VALUES TO $49.95 OFF 2dr. $9.00
54 WILLIS JEEP $395.00Station $12.98 NOW I.,

Jo Parrish Circle members ONE RACKSPORTSWEAR Wagon, 4 wheel drive
honored Miss Jo Parrish Mrs. '54 STUDEBAKER $295.00 $o.OO
Annette Jenkins and
Mrs. D. R. Reg. $10.98 NOW
McNeil with a Christmas visit 4-dr.

to their home Sunday afternoon, a SKIRTS '54 FORD $195.00
December 17. The group present '. 10.00
BLOUSES 200/0
ed tie three sisters with corsages 2dr. Reg. $14.98 NOW

;and a Christmas plant. SHORTS OFFBLAKELY'S '58 FORD $1195.00 .j

Mri. Ray Stiles gave a Christ. $12e00DRESSES .
%ton pick-up, 4 wheel drive
mas reading, followed by a prayer Reg. $16.98 NOW
by Mrs. Jack Wolff, and carols ONE LOT TABLE OF 52 CHEVROLET $350.00

were sung. Refreshmentts were ODDS & ENDS I'/J ton truck
served from the dining table, JEWELRY SEVERAL OTHERS TO CHOOSE FROM s

which was beautifully decorated V/2 PRICE 1//'
with poinsettias and red candlesIn 2 for '1 .00 GIRLS
silver candle holders After Gloves, Hats, Belts
the visit, the group was dismissed Jewelry OKEECHOBEEMOTOR
by prayer by Rev. V. J. Rags- BI cJc-Whl te-Red TERRIFIC VALUES $
dale, pastor of the Methodist 2.00
church Reg. $2.98 NOW

Present were Mrs Stiles, Mrs.
Wolff, Mr. Frank Platt MM CO. 3.00

Julian Wafford Huggins Mrs. Jesse MM. Watford Chester, Reg. $3.98 NOW V J.V

Mrs. Cader Lee Mrs. Ernest SEE CLAUDE HOLCOMB OR GEORGIA BOY
Hudsen.Mrs. Rowena 102 N. 2nd St. HO 1-2134 RO 3-3815-RO 3-4413 $4.00Page ,
Mrs. Joe Galbraith parkerSOn'j FORT PIERCE Reg. $4.98 & $5.98 NOW o'

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News, Friday, Dec 29, 1961 Page 9II Florida, at which time all parties .
in Interest and citizens shall Water Level In Kissiiiimee Mac-

have an opportunity to be heard. .,Ohio,
I Classified AdsFor PLEASE GOVERN YOURSELVES Ray


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Sale or Rent LIVESTOCK FOR SALE Re,. President City Council s

istered Angus Heifers, $90 each, City of Okeechobee likelihood of a 1962 spring ..) : \

Registered Angus Bulls $200 Okeechobee Florida drought, with shortage of irrigation Collcr'Vcathcr i k, 'at

FOR SALE Two Bedroom each. Jim Fowler, TelephoneRO ATTEST: water for farmers, con report

home. Large porch garage 10 34608 1229DAVE'S LORENA SPPIVEY tinues to threaten central and Is .

i wooded lots, shrubbery, orange, City Clerk southern Florida, the Flood Con ExpectedUntil aad
lemon, tangerine and grapefruit TRADING CENTER City of Okeechobee trol District Board was Inform. 1965 e
I of
trees. Call RO 3-4497. 12.8tf Radio and TV Repair Okeechobee, Florida ed.

I Maytag Washer .... . $6300 Publish December 29, 1961 visiting
I The District's operations and
IOR RENT Furnished Cot Electric Stove ?. ........ $3500 The Okeechobee News The world can expect slightly eorge.
maintenance division reported that colder
tages. One and two bedrooms. TV's . ............$35 to $55 winters during the next

I Fishing privileges. $1750 per wk. Baby Bed .... ............., $18,<10 L\ THE CIRCUT COURT OF underground levels water and surface few years, but they probably will { : and
water continue alarmingly be
and Trailer parking $15 Kenmore Sew only a brief reversal In a (
up. per Machine $3700 THE NINTH JUDICIAL anj
low throughout the 18 counties worldwide warming over the next << '
month. KIssimmee River Fishing ,.
CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. IN: Christ.
I I FOR SALE 12-ft. boat with 25 two or three centuries. ', '
Resort. RO 33577. Mrs. Casey. AND FOR OKEECHOBEE : \ ; ( d Mrs
12.8U hp. Evlnrude motor and gator Many lakes In the Upper Kls Climatologlsts admit that their '\4 ; >.
trailer. $150 cash. Chester Webb, COUNTY. IN CIIA..CERY.I' slmmee Basin are at all.time lows attempts to forecast weather on " mmy.

FOR SALE One used 2.ton In.' RO 33478. 12.29 CASE NO. 1905 for November and several are the basis of past cycles are risky. "f' ,, ? ;" i. "

ternational cattle truck, straightJob. SUIT FOR DIVORCE at the lowest stages for any Most agree, however that the :, j.. : 'of
j .
If Interested call RO 3-4653 196C FORD Falrlane 500, like JAMES RUSSELL CARTER, JR. date since the start of the record world has grown warmer In the .1.. their

1229,15; for sale will trade for Defendantvs. keeping The Lake Okeechobee past half-century. Average temperatures ; :: &. and
I new or ii.fi : ,; :
water level Is now 12.06 feet In the Northern Hemisphere ,
travel trailer take older
FOR RENT Furnished nice or car. EVELYN CARTER, above mean level three and have risen about one degree N Wolff'

clean one or two room apartment Phone ROdeo 34497. 12-Itf I Defendant. one-half feet below the desired Fahrenheit, the National Geographic \ : T: 1 Harold

By week or month. Utilities MARK 78A Mercury .......$333 NOTICE stage. I Society says. Mrs.

furnished Road 78, Telephone MARK 75 ...... .............$282 TO EVELYN CARTER The discharge of water from I Short-term reverses have inter

RO 33241. 429tf Mark 6A .....................$81 Defentdant. the Kissimmee River Into Lake I rupted the general warming

MARK KG4 ...................$29'' Address Unknown. Okeechobee is only 17'/4 per cent : trend. Some climatologists be. --.
FOR RENT Two Bedrocm du -40 Other Used Motors- You are hereby notified thata of normal. lieve the world now Is In such a s >qa
plea apartment. Call RO 3-4759 suit for divorce has been Instigated .
SPORTSMAN CENTER The flow of water Into major period. Taking past reverses as a shots."I

12-ltf 3312 Orange Ave. against you by your husband canals of Southern Florida was guide, the current cold Interval
James Russell Carter Jr., should end about 1965.
FOR RENT Two and three Fort Pierce reported at the minimum of record -
In the Circuit Court of the Ninth Warming Changes World
for November. The Miami
houses. Call ROdeo
bedroom Judicial Circuit in The overall
and for Okee arming since 1900
Business ServiceFOR Canal for example, Is now flowingat
12-ltf
34554. chobee County, Florida. You are has had a wide variety of effects.On :
only 5 per cent of normal. i
hereby required to the Canadian prairies the
REPAIRS on Frlgldalre and serve a copy Nothing can be done to Improve I ,
FOR SALE Two seven-months. staying Appliances call GIL of your answer or other pleadingson the water situation, the crop line has moved 50 to 100 !

old liver spot Pointer bird dogs BERT'S RO 33154. tf Lester W. Jennings, attorney FCD Board was told.Vbat Is miles north. In parts of northern
for sale cheap. Call RO 3-4264. for Plaintiff, Post Office Box 608, New England and eastern Can GRACEFUL LACE-A single our
12.29 SEPTIC TANKS and GREASE Okeechobee, Florida, and die the needed Is more rainfall. ada, warmer weather has killed and organdy serves three of the .
TRAPS CLEANED and The Board accepted for op. in French maiden's life. Shown un
Repaired original in the office of the Clerkof birch trees; spruce and balsam a
FOR SALE BY OWNER Ap -Phone Okeechobee RO 33734. tf the Circuit Court Okeechobee eration and maintenance more have sufered. In Sweden the tim- collection a christening dress, first
proximately 100 ft. frontage on than 17 miles of canals built at wedding follow identical lines
Florida, on or before the 29th berline has climbed as high as 65 gown
Fifth Avenue at Seminole Street ALTERATIONS AND DRESS. a cost of over $7000,000. The new feet mountain slopes since tions as concessions to the age of
one block west 'of First Baptist MAKING. Gladys Stello, cabin at day of January 1962 Herein fail flood control works include a'' up
rear Evans Mercantile, East not or Decree Pro Confesso will 1930.
Church. Call RO 34304. 12-22tf four-mile stretch of Black Creek
be entered against as The mockingbird, once avian epochs of about 250,000,000 years' .
Okeechobee. 12-15,22,29 you pro
Canal (C-l) south of Miami be-
L FOR RENT Furnished apartment vided by law and the rules of the symbol of the American South duration. thus
annd U.
S.
tween
Biscayne Bay
in Seminole Apartments. PLANS DRAWN for Residentialand Court. now awakens New Yorkers. The During the past million years ed "
No. 1 and two
I Highway sections
Suitable for couple. Call Mrs. G. Commercial Building Ray DONE AND ORDERED at cardinal flashes at ever more at least four ice advances have
of canal in and
R. Covert, RO 3-3598 12.22U E Lantz, Telephone RO 3-3883, Okeechobee, Florida, this 27th Glades Counties Highland northwest of northerly points. Turkey vulturessoar occurred. If the cycle is not yet Mr. : '

Okeechobee. 12.8, 13, 22, 29 day of December, 1961 over Masachusetts. White at an end, the next Ice age mightbe of
FOR RENT New two bed Lake Okeechobee. Middle Atlantic "
HAYNES E. WILLIAMS egrets stalk through expected In 10,000 to 15,000 Mrs
Kitchen and EmploymentHELP These later works Include a
room duplexes. marshes.
Glaciers and
Clerk, Circuit Court years. could once again
furnished Two portion of Indian Praire Canal north of
heating equipment (Circuit Court Seal) Opossums rarely went creep across North America and the
blocks from downtown stores on WANTED WAITRESS By HAZEL WILLIAMS (C-40)), more than 10 miles long, Virginia 50 years ago, now they Europe, swallowing up mlch of
:
Ninth Street and Osceola Ave., Inquire at 441 Barbecue Rest. Deputy Clerk and Canal 39A, a 3 Vt miles long are common in Massachusetts.Deer 'man's present habitat. family

one block west of courthouse. Also aurant. 12-29tf and Canal 39CMFWYPP MFWY moose, raccoons, and badgers -
one completely furnished 2.bedroom Publish Dec. 29, 1961, channel along State Road 70. have extended their range : As the sun is practically the :

apartment. Call RO 3-3610. ; January 5, 12, 19, 1962 Three dams and spillways, costIng northward. sole source of energy for the atmosphere :

1229U TELEPHONE I The Okeechobee News more than $600.000 were also Even fish are migrating The I. extremes of climate I

accepted by the FCD Board for cod, once unknown in Greenland, may be due to variations in ra
WATERFRONT LOT-Just off SOLICITOR LEGAL NOTICE beneficial occupancy. One of these has become a food staple of the diation. Changes in the earth's
Taylor Creek 120 foot frontageon THE ANNUAL meeting of the orbit around the sun could also
structures Is In Dade County on Eskimos Tuna have moved Into Polio I
water. Price Business Work in own home. Stockholders of the Okeechobee '
$1500 your Increase
or dercase the amountof
Black Creek Canal!, another In the waters off New England, I' proven
property or homesites with high. Pleasant, easy work. Ex. County Bank will be held In the St Lucie County on Canal 25, tropical flying fish are seen off radiation that it receives. imum

way frontage. 75-ft. front on cellent Income. For interview Director's Room of the Okee I and the third Is located in New Jersey Fluctuations in the amount of All
highway 441 in Taylor Creek area chobee County Bank at 1:15: p.mon I I
retreated in carbon
call collect: Slough Ditch In Highlands County Glaciers have dioxide gas in the atmosphere dren I
$100 down $20 month. Jim Monday January 8, 1962. .
per
many areas, In Waterton Glacier may also] affect the climate Dor't :;
. Fowler salesman, Hodges RealEstate HO 4-0500 R N. HARPER International Peace Park on the I I Carbon dioxide absorbs I polio

J Phone RO 34119. 1229 Vice President United States-Canadian border, .

SALE lots Fort Pierce Publish: December 28, 1961 L. Johns of Eatonton several of the largest glaciers
FOR 3 or more, Mrs J. ,
January 4, 1962 have disappeared In the 20th century .
close to Markham Brothers Georgia, Is spending several
1 Reasonably priced See Al Clay RELIABLE MAN OR WOMAN to The Okeechobee News weeks with her daughter and family For a while it looked as if \ NOW OPEN FOR INSPECTIONTHIS
all melt. Since 1950, how-
at G. W. Clay Store 12.1 U take Watkins Mr and Mrs. R L Brown might
MINUTES: OF TilE BOARD OF
chobee. everthey have held their own.
and eons Miss Elizabeth Arm I
TRAILER SPACE FOR RENT- to COUNTY COMMISSIONERS: of Athens, Georgia The sea level rose measurably
ly start. No Investment. Set 1001The strong was a
Modern facilities, Reasonable December 26, during the recent 18.year period
your own hours. Permanent op visitor during the holidays. Miss
boat and under. Board of County Commissioners when the effect of melting polar t
rates, launching portunity. Full or part time. Watkins Armstrong is Mrs. Brown's aunt. t
1 cover storage Calusa Lodge Products Dept. D-3, P. 0. of Okeechobee County, Mr. and Mrs Eugene Harvey of Ice was studied. British clima- ,

Lakeport, Rt. 78 12.8tf Box 2447, Memphis 2, Tenn. 12.29 Florida met in regular session Kenansvllle visited her parents, tulogist CEP. Brooks has estimated
convened Tuesday, December 26,
Mr. and Mrs. Emerson Moore, on that a worldwide temper
FOR SALE Three bedroom 1961 at 9 o'clock am. with the Christmas day ature rise of only two degrees

house In Oak Park completely Legal NoticeLEGAL following members present: Commissioners Mrs. Eva Kirkpatrick of Little would eventually melt the polar
furnished. Priced reasonably Call John F Pearce, chair
Icecaps thus adding millions of
Rock, Arkansas, is spending a
RO 33663. 12-15U NOTICE man, H. H Raulerson, R. J. Robinson few weeks with Rev. and Mrs. cubic miles of water to the

NOTICE OF INTENTION L. E. Herbert, and Char oceans. Sea water would partly
Marshall and family Mrs.
Cooper
FOR SALE 4 bedroom, bath
TO AMEND CITY les W Harvey, Attorney W L.
Kirkpatrick Is Mrs. Marshall'smother submerge New York, London, and
home Ideally located. Air conditioned ZONING: : ORDINANCE: NO. 271 Hendry; Deputy Sheriff John other coastal cities

wall-to-wall carpeting. NOTICE Is hereby given that Collier and Deputy Clerk Gloria Ice Age Not Over

Kitchen fully equipped. Kenny the City Council of the City of Ford Some climatologists believe the

Ford, phone RO 33953. Okeechobee, Florida, a municipal The minutes of the previous Upon motion of Commissioner earth is still emreging from the

12-1522,29,15; corporation, will consider rezoning meeting were read and approved Raulerson, seconded by Commissioner last ice age, which reached its

from RESIDENTIAL (Rllto ) Mr. A R Hare and Mr. J. R Robinson and unanimously climax about 10,000 years ago.

FOR SALE INDUSTRIAL and to amend Rhoden appeared before the carried the Board adjourn Ice ages seem to come in series

accordingly the Comprehensive Board !In regard to a survey pre. ed. separated by long, tropical

3 BEDROOM HOUSE Zoning Ordinance Number 271 viously requested In connection .

CBS FHA adopted November 21, 1955, the with the closing of Blocks 22 and $100 AN ACRE

following described real property, 23 of Pine Street in Riverside
Low Down Payment situate, lying and being within subdivision It was agreed by UNIMPROVED RANCH LAND BEAUTIFUL HOMEIN

$56 perMMo. the corporate limits of the Cityof the board to meet with all the and also-over 800 acres going ranch, in Okeecho

BOX Okeechobee, Florida, to-wit: property owners the county sur bee County-3 houses, cattle pen, lake, improved
WRITE 1781or
Call Beginning at a point \eyor, and the State Road Engineer pasture, fenced, etc. $250 an acre. OKEECHOBEE
where the North boundaryof on the 9th of January at
CALL OR WRITE
RO 3-327
Third Street Intersectsthe 5 o'clock p.m. on the site of said

Okt chobtt 714U West boundary of property to work out some agree- ANACONDA REALTY CO.Acreage ESTATESAVAILABLE
ment with all concerned. Motionwas "
Okeechobee Avenue
ac ( )
Department ''I
cording to the of made by Commissioner Raul- IN EITHER TWO OR THREE
plat '
FOR RENT Furnished cabins
1776 E. Sunrise Blvd. JAckson 3.1411
Okeechobee recorded In erson, seconded by Commissioner

electric Phone RO kitchens 3.3731. P. P Evans 724tf Plat Book 2, page 17, St. Robinson and unanimously carriedto Fort Lauderdale j BEDROOM MODELS AT

Lucie County records and set up an additional $1,50000hi
general welfare account In or UNBELIEVABLY LOW PRICES
FOR SALE 5 Lots, 2 blocks I First Addition to Okee
west of Catholic Church Only chobee recorded in Plat der to hire additional help at the THE CHANGING SCENE

$350 each. Phone ROdeo 3.3953 Book 2, page 26, St. Lucie Old Folks Home, which Is required THE TWO

after 5. 9-lft County records; thencerun by the State Health Depart BovtAtsaooweoeesouraasx ' $
''S BEDROOMHOUSE
{ *
North along the West ment. Said sum to be transferred 4vs : OlO STONI WAS RESPONSI9la, wPoRMANYnsJINEOMEAL 9 9 0 0
{ i iI
Merchandise boundary of Okeechobee. from, the Reserve for Contingencies I t ,, aBURNTTO j P
Avenue to the South boundary GEEWPoZMq.
Motion was made by Commis. AOAISP! DO wl NAVt I
of South Park e ae
I.E'I"I i !IKAUfc MOWER.SJUST
stoner Robinson seconded r TO
by EATgr
CALL ROdeo 3-3134 today Street, thence West THE THREE

foi FREE demonstration on along the South boundary. Commissioner Raulerson and unanimously $
a
BEDROOM
of South carried to hire Paul 11 5 0 0
your lawn. We'll trade on the Park Street, a
distance Hood at $85.00 per week as crane
spot needs Sizes and GiLBERT'SSAVE prices to fit your more or less of to 280 the East feet operator and to pay John Smith, HOUSE ,

-_ ""'u__ ._.... boundary of land described road supervisor $105.00 per week.. y ti f fY
in Deed Book 60, Motion was made by Commissioner THESE HOMES ARE COMPLETE, READY TO
MONEY
page 409, public recordsof Raulerson and seconded by MOVE INTO. SEE THEM AT OKEECHOBEE
Commissioner and unanimously -
Used Lumber, Doors Okeechobee County Harvey ESTATES, DIRECTLY SOUTH OF WILCOX SHORES.
carried to approve a bill
Florida, thence South FINANCING IS READILY AVAILABLE.
Window and Other from Southeastern Printing Co, n lyI
along the East
boundaryof
!In the amount of $975.00 for booklets
Materials' land described InDeed
Salvage
for the Chamber of Commerce
Book 60, page 408, for LOW DOWN PAYMENT-SMALL MONTHLY INSTALLMENTS
EAGLE BAY SALVAGE CO. payment.
to the North of
boundary Motion was made by Commix BEAUTIFUL WOODED AND WATERFRONT LOTSIN

On State Rd 78 I MI. No. Fifth Avenue projected sioner Raulerson and seconded by OKEECHOBEE ESTATES FOR SALE

of the Klssimmee River West, thence East a dis Commissioner Harvey and unanimously -

See Mr. Bill tance of 80 feet more or carried to approve tentative $1095
less to the West bound. FOR AS LITTLE AS
,
Phone ROdeo H373 plat of Section 2 of Okee-
ary of Block 251, If projected chobee Hammock. I s. . A(1LD1rI

CITY LOTS Residential. (20 North; thence Motion was made by Commissioner ALSO A FEW CHOICE LOTSIN

down, $20 month. On paved street South along said pro Raulerson, seconded byCommissioner'
jected West boundary of
Robinson and unanimously
City water. Four blocks off N.
Block 251 to the North
Park St. aa Chokaloskee Call carried to approve
WILCOX SHORESOSCAR
George Reynolds Campbell Real boundary of Third Street; Typical Sections on Job 91501-3602,

Estate. 0 RO 3-3165. 12 8,15.22.29 thence East along the Cemetery Road and Extension.The ( :
North boundary of Third following vouchers were

FOR SALE IS ft. moulded Street to the point of beginning approved and ordered paid CRABILL

Fiber Glass Boat. Remote con All lying and be. General Fund, Warrants No

troi, windshield 2} hp motor and ing In Section 21 of Town 4714 through 4723 In the amount e0A5T1 TURN OUT JUST OIOHT IVIUTTTIMS --s

trailer. See or call Frank Sheppard ship 37 South, Range 33 of 132712. I IN TOOA AUTOMATIC IP9ASOVINi *-

RO 33066. 12.22,29p East. Fine and Forfeiture Fund, War. TOP 1URN1e f MAKTI.V{ AND miO OVIMI iOILT-IM tNMANCI fiz \ BUILDER DEVELOPERPhone
and that a public hearing In relation rants No. 609 thru 811 In the tee APPH.VUCI Of 1QOtT> KtTCXINl.

1959 WILLYS JEEP Station Wagon thereto will be held at 5:00: amount of $496.20.

6 cylinder, automatic hubs P. M on the 16th day of January Road and Bridge Fund, War. ROdeo 3.4431 OKEECHOBEEOkHchobee ,

\excellent condition. Bargain Jim 1962, In the city council rants No 3762 thru 3791 In the Central Electric & Gas Co.

fowler phone RO 34608. 12.291 I room, City Hall Okeechobee amount of $4,849.48 RO 3.3915 OKEECHOBEE.


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7 SWIFT'S PREMIUM (jj&jrt) TENDERED BEEF .


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comes a great new discovery that makes all ,cu; .l beef >; I
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R d S tea k 79c Wave a tender good-bye to.tough.. cuts! 6< BEE F '
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of Swift's Premium IfiolerM Tendered
Pick up the pleasure a
.a bl>.J.1L: J J TENDERED...
Steak or Roast at our market today. r

Rib Steak 1 79c _1.111 pMY/ fr


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TEETH OUT LYKE'S SUGAR CREEK ALL MEAT ARMOURS STAR

SMOKED JOWL F RAN K S SLICED BACON '


lb. 2Sc lb. 4Sc lb. 49c


This Store Will Be open All Day Sunday
and Monday.....



SPECIALS FOR WEEKEND .

THURS. FRI. SAT. DEC. 28 29 30

DRY-. ED ROSE-12 OZ. PKG. LYKES-300 SIZE CAN-WITH BACON
i BLACKEYE PEAS lOc CHILI 2 for 39cYELLOW MEDIUM

SHURFINE-I QT. JAR ROXIE Cans 0 N ION I S 3 lb. bag 19CMAYONNAISE
53c DOG FOOD 3 25c
EXTRA LARGE CRISP
SUNAID-GRAPE OR ORANGEJELLY TETLEY'S-100 TEA BAGSTEA.

TTUCE 2 for 25


GREEN

2 lb. jar 29c $1.05 C A B BAG E Lb.5C'

SHURFINE-2 LB.JAR JOAN OF ARC-300 SIZE CAN
P-NUT BUTTER 59c PORK & BEANS lOc SWEET JUICY

TOMATO CAMPBELL'S SOUP Can lOc SHURFINE-HALF PEACHES or SLICED LARGE 2 22 for49c CAN 0 R A N G E S S Lb. Bag 29c

WITH $5.00 ORDER OR MORE
HEINZ OR BEECHNUT-STRAINED
MAXWELL HOUSE DANJOUFOOdBABY

25''
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1 39C 6k,59c
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EDDIE'S I
LADY BETTY CUCUMBER RINGS-REG.22e
FOOD KING-300 SIZE-WITH I BACON
for J,
I PICKLES 2 35c
BLACKEYE_ PEAS_ 9c _
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HI-C range Crap* Pineapple GrapefruitDrink BAYER-REG. 25c-ONLY
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Fruit Aspirin MEMBERS OFOF ,

FLORIDA INC.
46 Oz. 29c 19c Market i
Only
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ASSORTED FLAVORS-12 OZ. CAN E. H. Hargraves, Owner
REG. 65cBROMO
for 6 A.M. to 9 P.M. 7 Days Weekly
l SELTZER 49c
SUPER. COLA 39c Phone RO 3.3821 East Okeechobee
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