The Okeechobee news
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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: January 13, 1961
Publication Date: -1992
Frequency: triweekly[<1989>-1992]
weekly[ former <1926-1945>]
semiweekly[ former <1981-1983>]
three times a week
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Okeechobee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Okeechobee County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Okeechobee -- Okeechobee
Coordinates: 27.241667 x -80.833056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 82, no. 91 (Sept. 13, 1992).
General Note: "The voice of the Everglades."
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 6, no. 24 (Jan. 8, 1926).
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Voume 50-Number 26' Okeechobee Florida, Friday, Jan. 13: 19G1 lOc Per.Copy Telephone ROdeo2-322)

We, who have acted as watch I i I I

dogs so many of the years public, were treasury both amus for Otis Whitehurst I II' Rotary SpeakerPhil Okeechobee LIONS CLUB Commissioners Set For

ed and chagrined to read a report -

on government spending of' Dies Methodist Church NETS $181.77FROM .1
tax funds. Here's part of the SaturdayIn ,
report: Extra-Curricular Work

The General Accounting Office Wauchula I Expands ServiceThe CIRCUSInclement .

a government agency that I

exists to protect the taxpayers,,I First Methodist Church of weather and poor I The county commissionersvoiced I creasing number of citizen com-

recently made public the fact Otis G Whitehurst, age Y.t Okeechobee, Rev. V. J. Ragsdale, advance ticket sales accountedfor an opinion at Tuesday'sregular \ plaints and problem, regular
I Saturday at ,
a 61.1 that In
meeting ,
that a fedral grant of $50,000was pastor has announced the for the Lions Club realizing only meetings are entirely consumedin
hospital following an Illness to do future planning for"I
made to an eastern university -| mation of churches in Indian-I $18177 from the Sells-Gray Circus .I any hearing and deciding such
a A former residentof I the county, more meetings than matters. The commissioners felt
to study bird sounds. Ye.s.that's town and Fort Dunn. held here this week, accord-
Okecchcbee, Mr Whitehurst those held
currently on second that
they must hold additional
right 450,000 to conducta Ing to Lions President Harvey
study of bird sounds. moved to Sebring about a year s The Indiantown Church held 1 Hamrlck. I and fourth Tuesdays will be ne meetings in order to accomplish

ago. He was an attorney and was Ii Its first services last Sunday at' cessary. This came as a result I II necessary planning for county
The Department of Agriculture Judge of the small claims courtIn the home of Rev R. W. Wool- In comparing this year's eventto of a full morning of citizen complaints affairs.

has been spending some of Okeechobee County for several wine with 44 persons attending. last year's, Hamrick said that I with the afternoon devoted -!
the allocated it to gather Most of the complaints and _
money years. Services this Sunday will be held the circus this year was much I to checking several suchI

statistics about Americans who Mr. Whitehurst was a nativef in the School cafeteria to pro- better than the one last year I complains. Due to the ever-ln- \ problems heard Tuesday are
live farms. The agricultural hold-overs from the administration
on Wauchula. He achieved an vide room for the additional people but that last year's showing I

statisticians came up with a enviable record as a criminal expected to attend. produced twice as much revenue of the previous board-
most startling discovery the for the Lions Club sight I some in the form of .continuances -
I lawyer, It was said h; never lost Committees were appointedlast POWER
other day. It was that farm, but one case during his years of week to select a site for a I conservation program, the major RATES'I I I and others problems that

owners or operators work longer practice. I building and to nominate officials 1 charitable work of the Lions had received unfavorable action

hours ,than their hired hands. church. Club. REDUCED BY from the old board and were being
for the new
We how' of Survivors Include his widow, II I presented to the board .
do not know much Another organization will beheld Hamrick said that plans'for new I

the taxpayers' money was spent Mary Ironside Whitehurst; two Lovejoy, internationallyknown on Jan. 29 at 11 am. In next year are already 'being developed in the hope that they would see
to arrive at this conclusion. But sons, Dr James R. Whltehurs ( { BOARD ORDERThe the problem in a different light
of speaker and former district the home of Rev. Woolwlne to In an effect to assure
Bowling Green and Otis O
we do know the same information Whitehurst Jr.,of St. Petersburg: Rotary governor, appeared complete appointment and installation I a major success for next year'sevent and take favorable action.

could have been obtained two brothers Federal before the local Rotary club of new church of- both as a public enter Florida Railroad and Among the old problems
Just by asking any farm boy. Tuesday speaking on the service ficials. tainment and as a revenue pro- Public Utilities Commission has I heard was a controversy between
George W. Whitehurst of Tampa -
The U. S. Department of and Wilbur W. Whitehurst club movement in America. It Services this Sunday will begin ducing activity.COUNTY. approved revised electric rate property owners In the.

Health, Education and Welfare of Wauchula and five grandchildren originated, Lovejoy said, 55 with Sunday' School at 9:45: schedules filed by Florida Pow vicinity of the Pinder Ranch

also ran a survey. The depart- years ago with the birth of the a.m. and church services will I er & Light Company porsuantto I and .the Corbett Norman Ranch

ment put up the money to pay _.- -- Rotary club. follow at 11 am.. Rev, Woolwine the Commission's Order of I over a county road to serve he 1
for the investigation of the FIRE area south of those properties
He spoke of other service conducting.The Dec. 19 calling for an annual reduction i
cocktail party as part of a "sys clubs there 18 ma will hold which would provide access
saying are
Fort Dunn group totaling approximately
tematlc system of .soclabl;''ty". Watford Named without the of
jor ones in the world for men its Initial organization meetingat DEPARTMENTBEING'STUDIED 6254000. I necessity open
This study and the voluminous and closing number of
and six women's service clubs. the Fort Dunn cemetery this The new rates are effective on ing a

report of it which followed cost! School BoardChairman Going back Into history, Love- Sunday Jan. 15, at 3 p.m. Rev. bills based on meter readings I pasture gates. The board agreed
the taxpayers a cool $89,811. to view the problem as a body
joy told of the first club, established Ragsdale urges all residents of made on and after Jan. 1. \
These examples are not funny and to make decision based
in 1711 in England and the Fort Dunn area who are interested Under the commtsion's order,! a
-not when you consider that known as the "Two Penny in the forming of a As a result of a discussion led upon a sight appraisal. The appraisal -

they are part of the pattern of Club". He read some of Its rules church In that area to attend. i j by City Fire Chief Olen Godwin I ex-tended was made during the afternoon I
big government spending that
has placed such a heavy tax The Board of Public Instruction and regulations.A at Tuesday's county commission I vany's teritory and In the Sar- which satisfied a air provided I

load on the people of the Unit- of Okeechobee County held forceful speaker, Lovejoy meeting the board of county asota area, this will mean a reduction concerned. parties I

ed States. No, they are not fun its organizational session Jan. 1 3 held his audience's attention NEW OFFICIALS commissioners are studying the of a little better than .
Another old set-
and elected Salter R. Watford: from beginning to end. He has need for a county fire depart six per cent for the average problem was
ny at all. And they point up the tied with regard to
truth statement I chairman and Jackson C. Coker spoken in Okeechobee on previous ment and have instructed the residential user who pays a $10 ; construction I
of the that the
of the Bill Williams Road when
vice-chairman- occasions. I TO ATTEND Civil Defense Director JohnnieC. monthly bill.Reductions.
worst thing you can do to gov -- Jerry Hancock agreed to sign
oUimembers serving the Jenkins to check Into
ernment on again to small commercial -!
is to give it too much
right of deeds In return for
Board are Hope Hendry, Enola I the possibility of acquiring afire users served under the cornpany's way
money to SHORT COURSEH. the addition of two box culverts
spend Elledge and Dozier Smith. FOUR DWI CASES truck through Civil Defense general service rates will

Old Ink Omar Hunt, holding commission .I channels. Jenkins reported that average approximately five percent and a tractor-crossing: to the.
Spots was severelychastised
H. Raulerson, Charles Harvey plans.
as Superintendent of Public he located ,such a truck several over-all.
_ recently by West Palm': HEARD BEFOREMAYOIrMlCr and L. E. Herbert, newly The board agreed to make a
Instruction appeared in
per- months and notified the
Large commercial and Indus-
Seofh police tor driving In the J
-=-- __ elected county sight of Parker Abney's
afciitJMi. tumftinq **idA um survey
ram filth parkinglights .
DJe, EtnJh eJt ,s"liMt I JlaI..Mt-oW-Wt.,: .I.Ufs.21!!
oiT' ed his duties as secretary of the I ; w tra"41riw"tro flEftllkt T 'f tR'"
Police said it violation --
a Federal
was 'board. The board thus organized, 22-24 at the Tallahassee bee went to examine the truck with fuel clauses, will bene +(
state laws, that we should have and Association some relief on his tax statementfor
then decided on the first Mon \ Savings Loan and It was released for sale to from a change In the f t.1
headlights on. Monday we saw Building. This is the first courseof 1960. Under the assessment
I day at 9 a.m. of each month as Four cases of driving while some other community.The clause which will result in'savings
Okeechobee city police, among Its kind ever offered In the program for that year, Abney'staxes
the day for holding its regular county has long needed ranging to three
Intoxicated were heard in city up per
others, driving in the rain with state. Sponsored by the State on the 400 plus lots involved -
monthly meetings. some means of combatting fires cent or better. ,
court Monday before Mayor
parking lights on. I The board turned its attentionto Donald Mack, conducting his Association of County Commissioners outside the city limits. The city Included In the revised sched I Jumped from less than

item f it will\ be conducted by fire truck has used to ule of rates two hundred dollars to more
I routine business. One second city court session since been up is a 20 per cent discount -
Divisionof than 1300 dollars.
BRAHMANSEXTEND business was the approval of taking office on Jan. 3. The first the General Extension this time but several times in on bills for service to Abney claims

I preliminary plans for constructing case was against Joshua Mays, Florida in cooperation with recent months there have. been I churches and synagogues. I unusable that 54 of the lots are rendered
Governmental due
the Institute of I to a drainage
WIN an additional wing at the colored, who was found guilty I Research of Florida State Unl simultaneous fires In city and I I ditch on which the county holds !
primary school, consisting of county, necessitating a choice of
of both DWI and driving on a
and the Public Adminis- an easement and that 59 of the
five classrooms and toilet facilltles which was the more dangerousof I
fined NEW REST
revoked license. He was HOME
I tration Service of the lots are under water In
Clearing peren-
the two and which most ( i
The superintendent reported bas- ser-
$150 or 90 days in city
STREAK TO 7 University of Florida. nial ponds. The board Is reluct-
board that iously threatened life and ,
I to the plans pro.I
tile on the first charge and $25
ant to lower
the valuation of
Purpose of the course 1 Is BOARD }
for constructing three additional perty. ELECTEDThe i iI
20 the second.
or days on
The undefeated Okeechobee I classrooms at the Douglas Brown threefold; to provide an orientation i I The commissioners will include any property lying within the I
Tom Crews Mexican drewa I ciy and will base their
a decision
Brahman basketball team extended into the duties and
school had been turned down In their study of the problem Dunklin Rest Home Board I
their win streak to sev- fine of $150 or 90 days on a of county commissioners In the matter on the survey that
by the state Department of Education whether It wojuld be more met Tuesday night and elected I
en games with victories over until such time as the drunk driving charge. Marlnus as imposed by Florida, advantageous to provide more new members for the coming they make

Avon Park and Arcadia. The two ':oard had purchased additionalland Relygandt forfeited a $150 bondon I law; to outline basic proceduresand equipment for the city fire department year. I. In other action, the 'board authorized i

victories left Okeechobee tied to expand the site to meet the same charge and a components of county government and operate it on a I The meeting was called to a survey of the west

with Sebring for first place in legal requirements. drunk driving case against I ; and to analyze programs coalition basis or to establish a order by Mrs. Z. K. Williams, line of Dixie Park with a view

the Ridge Conference. Thomas Carlton Garner was I and activities with which county fire department as such. retiring president, who conducted I to building a road along that

Avon Park used a full court continued until Jan. 23. I members county government Either way they decide will pro a short (business meeting line; approved correction of an

press In hopes of slowing down i Lake ResidentsTo Dallas Jones forfeited $25 for must be familiar.,Although the vide the community with a prior to the election. Retiring error in the tax rolls on the

the local cagers high scorinj reckless driving. I session will be of principal ben- sorely needed service board members 'present were [ Henry J. Norntan property;

offense but the Brahmans were Freeman Wotteau drunk, $15 t efit to newly elected county ._.., Mrs. Dolly Kelley Mrs. Nora adopted a resolution to the

too much for the visiting; Red or 10 days.Raymond. Central and South Florida Flood
See GreatMasterpiece commissioners, the experienced
Phelps, Thomas Nix L. E. Herb- I
I ,
Devils as they took a 17-5 first Valdez and Lupe, hold-over commissioners have' Control I District} in connection
auarter lead and held for Tigerlna. Mexicans, arrested for 2 ACCIDENTS ert H. H. Raulerson and Mrs.
a I been invited to attend.Courthouse with the high water and sandbar -

57-42 victory.In drunk, disorderly and fighting,,I I Williams. II problem in the KIssimmee
Arcadia Tuesday night,, each were fined $35 or 30 daysin I New officers elected were Mrs River
REPORTEDTrooper and along the north chore
the Brahmans had to use a full Sunday, January 15. will be a jail and Daniel Gokee drew a 'Kitty Brown, president; Hiram of the lake-further
I to
court press to pull away from : free day at the Great Master- $25 fine for being drunk and Sports Raulerson, vice president; Troy meet with
as a body the Flood
the fighting Bulldogs in the disorderly.Roy I Stephens, secretary-treasurer;
piece, near Lake Wales. All Duane Dufore of the
Control Board at their
second half. Leading; only 3024at Gilchrlst. colored, was Mrs. Annie Raulerson,assistant next
Okeechobee county resident! New Raiment Florida Highway Patrol report. meeting to discuss the
the half James Dickson and 'may simply show their drivers' fined $50 or 45 days for speed- ed two vehicle accidents this I secretary-treasurer other members I I In detail to
; agreed meet with
Charles Petty intercepted Bull inc; and reckless I elected were Thomas Nix
licenses the features driving. I
to enjoy many I The Okeechobee county courthouse week, but no fatalities- the Director of Civil Defense for
dog passes. in their backcourtand Thomas L. White, who allegedly I and Dollle Kelley representingthe
of the attraction at no one of the outstanding, The first occurred when John the county at least twice I
made quick feeds to I drove his Welfare Board; H. H. Raul quarterly
Bill car into the
charge. The grounds: are open Henry Wynn of Okeechobee
buildings in South Florida to
resumed serve in their I
Phillips and Robin Hollingshead [ a Seaboard train, was charged erson and L. E. Herbert, repre-
8.30: am-6:00: pm. with tours I its rightful; place among driving a 1959 Chevrolet truck, members of the Civil Defense
as the Brahmans I spntln' the Board of County
scored 45 with failure to yield right of
every hour attempted to make a left turn Council
proud, regal buildings this week ; directed the Clerk to
points in the second half to Arcadia' I way. His case was continued to Commissioners; Rev. George H.
j The onlv perfect reproduction off SR 15 and was struck by a '
with the completion of sand advertise for bids on a 15-acre
Cave, the Ministerial
27.Leading representing
Jan. 13.Robert.
of Leonardo da Vinci's painting I I 1961 Buick driven by Fred D. tract
blasting and painting operations of the airport which would
scorers for the two Allen Hinson I Association'and the Lions
|lof the "Last Supper" highlights caught Bryant of Gainesville while attempting

begun weeks be granted for 20 hearda
; some
ago. Club and Mrs. Ethel Reichert. years;
games were Dickson with 20 ; !
carrying a concealed -
the showolace other features weapon I
Many to pass the truck.
The building, erected in the report from County AttorneyFill
points Holllngshead; with 18, was fined $25 and Llllle Belle I
Inclvde the Amazing Howell Bryant \Buffered bruises'and
and Phillips 42 I parlv 1920's, has a bit of Greco- i Hendry that an appraisal of
with Carter
points. forfeited for'
Glass Blowers, NATO Courtof being abrasions.
i Wynn was ; the
Roman as well as southern Colonial charlledl NEW PHARMACIST proposed Third Street ex
-- -- Flags, the 4000 year old Tree drunk and disorderly. It was with having obscured .
in its: makeuo and is one John E. Hostetter, registered tension running from US 441
SCOUT CAMPOREE of the Ages, Gift Shop, and said she narrowly escaped deathwhen when examination revealed that' west
of the prettiest buildings of its pharmacist, formerly of Boynton *I to Eagle Bay Drive had
TO BE SUNDAY Snack Bar, where picnickersmay I' firemen found her at the kind in the south the lights on the rear of the Beach has joined the staff r been completed; set up a meeting .
scene: of a fire In
grass laying
District Boy Scout Camporee relax. the The board of couny commissioners vehicle were covered with dust at Padgett's Pharmacy replac ; for Tuesday, January 31, In
of the
path flames.
In the Mosaic Art Center vis- and Bryant was charged with I
will be held Sunday at Camp decided several months ing Charles< Robbins who is no the commissioners room at

Sudbrock at Fort Drum. The itors may learn to make practical I ago that the building badly I.I failure to.have his vehicle under longer; connected with Padgetts. which Senator Irlo Bronson and

district includes all the towns| tile articles and develop an MAN HURT. CARDEMOLISHED needed refurbishing I and con-; control while passing another I Hostetter, who was born in Representative Allen Markham
around Lake Okeechobee and l interesting; hobby The Da Vinci tracted to have it sandblastedand vehicle. Virginia/ and reared, In Pensvl- will offer assistance to all county -

the Camporee will be an over- Gallery offers models of inven- IN painted. Damage to the truck was est! vania, is married and resides and city, officials and ,private

night affair, terminating Mon- tions, Including an automobile TRAIN-CAR WRECK I'I mated at $75 and damage to with his wife, Juanita, and citizens of 'Okeechobee County

day, Scoutmaster Russell Doug- thought of 500 years ago. Boys School Adds 'I the Buick was listed as $500. daughter, Debbie Ann, in Okee in the preparation' and submission
Entertainment interest Robert: Allen Hinson colored, The second
ID accident
: I happened of local bills to be introduced -
las said. chobee, the Hostetter's own a
everyone: is promised at the received minor Injuries Saturday New ProjectA at the Intersection of US 441 I.I in the upcoming session of
480 will hold home in Bench where
Troop a regular Boynton
Oreat Masterpiece, and residents -I morning when the vehiclein new protect Is being added and ,SR 78 when a ceml rig the, Florida Legislature; and
Court he the Installation
of Honor at which time recently completed
traveling in the area which he was riding was at the Florida School for Boys: , owned by Lakeshore Growers s't up a meeting of the
Kent Bell ': of for the
will receive his a pharmacy
Eagle I I should also enjoy seeing Cypress struck by a train. Hinson was I according: to announcement by I Corporation of Belle Glade and Bethesda In that on Monday, January 18,
Scout new
award. Other awards also Gardens and Bok Singing Tower I thrown from the car by the Im William Suit, director Three being' driven by Russell Melvin Hospital to which any and all
persons I
will be made. I(I city. j I I
pact. poultry cage houses are now Jeffries of Salem. Virginia, over having Interest
an In the swimming
Parents and friends are Invited I I The car was driven by Thomas I under construction. Each house turned while Hosetter says that he was
negotiating the
------ pool 'are Invited and
born into the drug store business urgedto '
to attend the Court of ,i L. White, also colored, who will accommodate' 500 birds. curve at the Intersection. attend. This

Honor which will be held in the TWINS BORN I| said he didn't see or hear the I I- Poultry manager H o Hough. Jeffries was unhurt but the and, since early childhood,' the future meeting of the will swimming determine -
worked in stores
old Baptist church building. Twins, a boy and a girl, were I train until the car was hit. The ; tallng. and grounds manager, perishable cargo of vegetableswas has drug own pool and Belated -
ed or operated his programs
born at Louisiana Raulerson automobile, a 1952 Buick, was Jerry Anderson, with their crews a total loss and the tractor by parents. 1 Volunteer workers for
Both the Hostetters that
PUREBRED ANGUS BULLSH. hospital Friday to Mexican parents II'I totally demolished. White was I are' pouring the foundation and and trailer wer damaged to the Okeechobee one of the say friendliest pool management and pool pro.

H. Bassett, Okeechobee, Mr. and Mrs. Sam F. Ala- ,' charged with failure to yield laying concrete blocks in order extent of $1500. according to an towns that they have grams are urgently needed and

cently purchased six re-J nlz. The children were Jesus,right-of-way Ity Police OfficerJ. I that the carpentry crew can I estimate at the scene. The seen and are looking forward ever to anyone Interested, particularly

Angus bulls from Dale Foster weight, six pounds !3/i ounces,I H. Parker, who investigatedthe start framing as soon as pos. driver was charged with driving making it their home. parents of swimming club members

Arcadia, Florida. and Eva, five pounds 9V4 ounces. accident. Bible too fast for road conditions. are requested to attend.ink .

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Board Of CountyCommission Curbrtt Norman appeared before Minute- the previous meeting ID order for the Hoard to make an Plastic Storage Bag
I the Hoard and requested bat the wore read and approved. Inspection of tbli property.
M . rrrI Minutes I fence arrow the road lending tobin Motion wee made by HUH, ice- Tile following voucher were approved Plastic pillow covers with the
. property be taken down. It was onded by Thomas and unanimously: and ordered paid: zipper closing are larger than
January .1. 1M1 agreed by the hoard to conart MrI'lnclcr carried to adopt the following re*I General Fund Warrant 3747
The Board of Cbunty Commlnlon.er and request that he and Mr olullon through 1761 In tbo amount of regular storage bags and much
. .\ of Okeechubee County, "Florida, Norman be at the next board men.Inif RESOLUTION I $946.00.. less expensive. Use them for storIng
.. met In adjourned session convened to work out thin problem. KK IT RESOLVED that the follow.In Fine and Forfeiture Fund War wool skirts and sweaters.
CENTRAL ELECTRIC January 1, 1961 at 0 o'clock a. m, Motion wan made by Raule..on.leronded ? trr' t* In Oak Pack Subdivision rant 601 through (03 In the amountof
with the following membere pres.enti by Robinson and unanl.mounl a. recorded In Plat Book 3. page 3, $193,30.Road .
Commissioners John F Pearce ) carried to authorize a HUP. public record of Okeechobee Coun. and Bridge Fund War. ATTEND CH.URCII''SUNDAYREWARD
Chairman, It. J. lioblnnon. J..f. vey on Dixie I'arkD for road t>', Florida, be and the Hume are rant 2144 through 867 In the
m introduces Hayes. Marine Thoma and Lee . right of way.Motion hereby accepted and declared County amount of I1.C6S.43.
//la; Attorney \V. U llendry Deputy wax made by Herbert, KoadN: Upon motion of Thomas, seconded
Shcrilt Harold Hancock, and Deputy seconded by JUulvnon and unanl. Capital Street;Oak Park Road by Hayes and unanimously curried
Clerk hone Ford. moimly curried to authorize .'the from Old Dixie South to Flamingo the Board adjourned until January
: THE FIRST TV ANTENNA Z The following voueher were ap. Road Superintendent to marl the Drive; Canal Road; Aialea Itrlve; a, 1961.
remainder of the HayiionMlllomii
proved and ordered paid: lilarney Drive; Duckweed Drive;
Heni-ral Fund Warrant 1732: In Road
and thane portion of Kit Drive and
tine amount of 12000. Kaulrmon and Herbert were appointed .
Cactus Drive lying between Oak
Stood and Hrldge Fund Warrant to rppn-nent the Board at flmeetlnit Pack Road and Canal Road. yourself with the purchase of
: EVER DESIGNED FOR 28tfft through 2878 In the to be held by the directors I'ASSRD AND ADOPTED In res- ATTEND CHURCH SUNDAY
amount of 1737.05. of the Old Kulk Home. ulur emilon convened thlll 27th day a 125x123 Basswood Home Site
The chair of Oommlixlo e r Harvey waN appointed represent.alive of Dei-ember'A. D. 1960.
Marino Thonm, Lee Hllll and J. M fur tint Hoard to attend Cham. Motion wa made by Hlllln, ole.
r uninterrupted, ra Mnye were then turned over to the bar of Commerce meeting" onded by Thomas and unanimously
Incoming (CnmnilnHloner ChurleV, Motion was made by ItaulerMon curried to enter Into an agreementwith
topflight performance in Hiirvey, Hiram H. Jtauleriton and L. seconded by Herbert and unanlmoux. tho Southeastern and Central STATE PAINT $495.00
E. Herbert.1'pon ly curried to approve a bill from Florida Flood Control Dlxlrlct' ontbe'Ta'lor
motion of Harvey seconded the Sate Amiuclatlnn of County Creek Water Shed pro. ,
/ by Itnblnxon and unnnlmouNly cur. ('ommisslonere In the amount of ]ari. $20 down $20 month
SALT-WATER AREAS rled John F. Pearce wa fleeted) o* UI41. .....I EVERY SECOND CAN FREE!
Chairman of the Hoard Afulon/ was made by Herbert, iec.ondcd Motion wa made by Thoma. Gallon 2 miles N. of Okeechobee on
1 Ism, motion of Harvey, seconded l by Haul..on and unnnlmoUH.ly onded by HUH and unanimouslycnrrled Quart or
by leaice end unanimously I carried onrrli-d I to loan the County equipment to autuoTlso tun Chairman Route !98-Stop at Basswood
-1 Hlrnm II. TluulerHon. wa eleileil and road crew to the City to and Clerk to execute a Quit Claim I Money-Back Guarantee! model home for Information.This .
Deed to'our Uullder
r'Tf Inc.
tho Corp,
.Chulrman of the Hoard. pave entrance road to ,Wlleoxtfhiiriii.
+ of land In Section 4, Town. .
on a strip
J Motion van mode by Robinson 530 SOUTH FOURTH ST. Is a limited time offer.
M-conded. |by luulernon and unanl. I'pon motion of HnulvrHon. are.ondtu chip Mouth Mange 36 Kant .
. .. mouKly nil rled to re.hlro the Hiim, by Ilcrhort und l unnnlmouxly I| Motion woo'made by 1Iliie, aec. ORANGE AVE. at JENKINS
Road and llrldue Crew and the ,'al'rh'd. the uurd 'inljuurncd.llerfmbrr . onded by JIa>'ei and unanimouslycarried Open 7 Days A Week
I'enieteiy Caretaker fur the -iir1t'HI. 27. I960 to accept right of way In
) I'ho Board of County Commission. I Section 13 and II from ,Stat hood FORT PIERCE RO 2.6282
.4e Mallon11.. made by Roblncon era ukecrholiee t'uunty, Florid, 70.
w f!lffW seconded. by llurvcy and ununl.ouBly met In regular KOMMIOII convened Parker Abney appeared before the
I retried, to rehire W I.. Tuesday Dec 7. 1060 at 9 o'clock property It was agreed by
llendrv n* County Attorney for the a .m. with the followIng member Board o 'table thin matter until
-""- r : year 1961. l pre.enl! Commlnxlonen John F. the Board to' table thl mnt.
% Tho door was open for nomlnn.' Pearce. .MorlHf: Thomas. Lee HI11K, ter until the" January 11th meeting
CHANNEL lion for i-UHtodlan ot the Court and J; M.: llns'* ; Attorney. L.
.r' 1 house CiimmlMHloiu-r' HuulerHon nom.IIIlIt..1 1I'n.h'v. .lieputv Slii-rlff John Collier< JANUARY CLEARANCE SALE
tiny raimhon l Harvey nom. and Deputy Clerk Gloria Kord.
muted Je.He tinnier Motion vnmndft
by HohliiHon: Hvciindcd b>'

: MASTER'The Hint I HnlllerHlln niimlnutlon and tiimnlniuiiHly""UH"'. The nrrled follow. First Show Starts 6:45 P.M. I GILBERTTHEATRE Specials for Thursday, Friday & Saturday
I log vote was cact for Stay Druutrhmi .
; John J"'. Pearce and Illiam H. Slim Jima, 5.98 to 8.98 _..._..............;'.... Now $3.99
Itaulemon. toting Ye: rimrlex
Harvey, It. J. KnblnNiin and U E. DriveinTheatre Pedal Pushers, 3.98 to 4.98 _.-...... .- -.. Now 2.99
lleibcrt VOlllIK No. The fullnwIllK I

rsJ vote Itoblnxon flu Lust llnrvev for and JeNM" ,lleibt-rt lluntei.,: Okeechobee, Florida Shorts, 3.98.. ... ..... ... ..-..._...-.... -..... Now 2.99
ie: Peiin-o and Hiiulcmon No. FRIDAY AND SATURDAY
k w ,, Jesse Huntt-r, receiving the inn. January 13 and 14 Skirts also reduced
Dresses Tops and are
The World's Most joiliy vole wan hired ut f.HHO pi 1'lI1ulllh. i ,
HiK'tlve Jim. !10, 1961. "Studs Lonigan"CHRISTOPHER
Powerful TV Antenna I KNIGIIT

Our I I Children Under 12 Years PLUS
Special Sale I
Always Free When Accom "High Powered Rifle"
panted by parents. "A Shop For The Mother-To-Be"
PERMA PRINT CHECK January 13-14 ALLISON HAYES I 1303 Orange Ave. Fort Pierce, Fla.


(IZED construction will $39.95 Technicolor January 15 and 17

provide your family with THIS WEEK ONLY Robert Young "All The Five YoungCannibals" I

superb years. .reception and years.for. ,$19.95 The Jack Janis Last Buetel Carter VoyageIn In NATALIE Color and WOOD Cinemascope Best of Cadillac ServiceFactory -.

and years. South Florida Office Technicolor I ROBERT WAYNER

Equipment and Robert Stack MONDAYJanuary
I Trained Mechanics and

CENTRAL ELECTRIC & GAS. Phone ROdeo 6.1551 George Dorothy Sanders Malone 3 SUPER SHOCK 16 SHOWS Parts
I Original Equipment
Phone RO 2.5561 Okeechobee, Florida Sunday and Monday PLUS"Dinosaurus" o

PLANTSFor January 15-16
The Story of Ruth In Color 7k

Landscaping Stuart Whitman KRISTINA HANSON
Jeff Morrow IS and'19
SHRUBS Reed Haughton Motors
Tuesday Wednesday, Thurs. Pirates"
January 17, 18, 19
Some Tropical and SubTropelude I II In Color CADILLAC-PONTIAC: DEALERS "J
,Gpi Lna.&OII&.__. slj' .ua.A ----.... --....... . I "'- __Kathy-O rasa
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sancriry of Davy Jones'locket "7'7 some Citrus and Papaya Color and CinemascopeDan \ PLUS"Chartroose 621 South 4th Street
.. Palms in about 20 differ. DuryeaJan Caboose" i
is this unfortunate soul' out
-. HO 1-6060 Fort Pierce Florida
I'1AI ent varieties, also annual Sterling ,
I In Color
board motor t sizable investment f.> Flower Plants.Plumosa. Patty McCormack J MOLLY BEE
in his mans Jan. ALSO-CARTOON
toy .!. \ BEN COOPER I

garage. Protection for your ,-:. Nursery I .
outboard motor and boat from y

many threatening hazards,'including / j EDWARD OLSEN ( .. Important news for new-car buyers- >

fire, theft and collision f \ 3257 Bacom Ft. Rd. .. > ,

is available at.. g 0i,1 PAIIOKEE, FLORIDA THE '61 CHEVY BRINGS 4 ...



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Carpet -- Tile Mnoleum
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Building Suppllc,

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Okeechobee County Bank Building t

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This is the Impala Sport Coupt-juat one of to Jet-imoolh Cheviett

AUTOMATIC OPERATION WHAT GIVES CHEVY ITS JET-SMOOTH RIDEBetter just circle your dealer's block the first time you

S SAFE AND CLEANS Full ColI.su.pens'on-Chet.y's' one of the few cars with a try a Jet-smooth '61 Chary Get anywhere near an open
ENHANCES PROPERTY hi What and he's liable never to see you again.
coil spring at every uheel. Prttlilon-bilinctd wheels we mean, Chevy's ride whets your yen to travel.
Wins you over with its delightful coil-epring smoothness,
plus YEAR ROUND -For smoother rolling with less vibration. Sound-hushing its hushed comfort and light steering = .
You find yourself feeling for
AIR CONDITIONINGFOR Insulation-Sheet metal is carefully., insulated against people who buy higher priced sorry cars, '

drumming and vibration 51 built-in "shock absorbers" thinking they have to pay premium
\ / MMM prices for a luxury ride. a
HOUSICINTRAL -Cushion the chassis against shock and shake. Live That may have been true at one awn a+snr. carne
time, but not any more. Chevrolet's
Remorkobl one-cool flat point HIATINO-COOLINO rubber body tmuntlns*-Extra-large butyl rubber cushions ride, its readability, just doesn't CHEVROLET

for Interior walls,ceilings take second place to anybody's.
598 that isolate the ride the road
Colors for every decorating need further from Drive one soon and see.

Brush it...spray it...roll) It on

Dries quickly..vnpUaianl Benjamin See the new Clterrolet cars, Chevy Con'airs and the new Corvette at local authorized

odor Moore /J& FOR FREEESTLMATES ..............................................-" .........................-................y................[.your-..............-.........." -. .Chevrolet.._dealer's........:"..--

( washable finish paints
lovely, resting, CALL I

Central Electric Gilbert Chevrolet Company Inc.

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SCHOOL COSTS Florida Fair To Be I U of M PREDICTS I Conservation -

Florida's school superintendent Earl W. Brown, manager of University of Miami bureau Discuss ANNUALS r
,.Thomas Bailey, says opera. the Florida Falrsays the exhibition of business and economic .Heads "
tion of public schools will cost Is expected to draw an research predicts that Florida .
the state $22.3 million more dur attendance of more than 250-1 I will surpass New York In volumeof Creek Project PETUNIAS ASTERS (( '
ing the coming biennium than 000. The theme of the I home construction and will PANSIES
during the current two years. which opens Feb 4 In New York ''be the second largest volume By BILL McCALLSoil
\ City's Coliseum, Is "This Is Florida -I builder In the U. S. during the Conservation Service \ J
00 TO CHURCH SUNDAY I ." |coming five years. The Board of Supervisors of GARDENLAND
r I the Okeechobee Soil Conserva-
tion District held a meeting In !What If You Have an Accident
the County Courthouse Dec. 20, IIWY.; 70 & FLORIDA AVE.
with the following supervisors a. Thousand Miles From Home? ""
Finley attending: Brack Can r e]1.
chairman; Forrest Pearce, vice \ i
'chairman; Jack Coker, super- You can 01 help ImmtdlaUfy U you'bouphl'' your
visor and secretary-treasurer; Mary Carter car Insurance/ from en Indtptndtntnivranco/ egtnf,
Dozier Raulerson, and Joe Wolff
Others at the meeting were J. There are over 100.000 independent agents'
: WE NOW HAVE OUR SPRING P. Deloney, vocational agricul- 'across the country who display this seal. A sin-'

LINE OFLOVEBRIGHT ture teacher at the high school, gle telephone call-and any one of them will.
L. J..Oaks and Bill McCall, Soil
gladly assist in possible,from getting *
\r 1 : Conservation Service. FREE OF EXTRA COSTS you any way
-r >'" 1'r' 3 :t DIAMOND Progress of the Taylor Creek 607 S.. Fourth St. prompt repairs to filing a claim.
Watershed was discusses with
Look for this seal before you buy Inturanct.Phon. .
the .
project. The first construc- PHONE HO 1-4046

: f;" SET and rights in the of way near would future be obtained on- Fort Pierce, Florida

N the first construction phase of r 1hurrrasr
hee project. The first construc- }
I j.t: Please her with the best best in design tion starts at SR 7 and rims to
about 700 feet northwest of US
441 norh of Okeechobee.The .
: and quality. '
. '
s;;: Board passed a resolutionto HOWCHRISTIAN AGENT
"' ONE YEAR'Sj' approve an operation and vurn Y.u ntnM.MM
maintenance agreement for the
first construction ;phase of Taylor
Creek Watershed which will SCIENCE
,be between the, OkeechobeeSoil "
Conservation District 1 HEALSTV '
.. with each set Okeechobee County Board of
Commissioners and the Central
and Southern Florida Flood JIiE. S :
btfEfUoSETSTOCh'OOSEFROM i Control District. The Flood I Channel 4 Sunday 8:45: a.m.
Control District will be respon- Station Sundays .
Scientific Watch Repairing with : sible for the operation and the II 2-4011 ,.-
latest equipment and knowledge : maintenance of the first phase WSWN 12:45 p.m. .
after it is constructed. The I .L
ALL WATCHES ARE Board of Couny CommisLsoners

REPAIRED IN OUR STORE : \ approved the agrement at their
I regular meeting this week.
All, Watches carry one year's : FROM $34.50 UP The Board voted to sponsor a
guarantee on work done. land Judging contest for members -
of the Okeechobee FF.A.
chapter. Prizes will amount to x'i'i
QUALITY IS OUR MOST IMPORTANT PRODUCTs $15. After a local Judging con-
test, a team of boys will be
picked to go: to a state land I
judging contest. The Board also
voted to sponsor the conserva-|
tion speaking contest again this I
Finley JewelersSo. year. .
Cooperators Application were for approved new District for LIMITED TIME

the following: Nathan Hazellief,
W. C. Judson, J. Earl Rucks, Dozier ->

Park Okeechobee Noel Smith Arnold, ,Harley Arthur C.Raulerson Arnold,, prices shown 1 good) for I one I week

W. E. Arnold, Wilson Rucks MrsC.
j W. Hlllard and Howard Wise.I

NOW ror the nrstttme. ENERAL ELECTRIC
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\ : Mercury values' o RANGE

I PulhhutWn. Cont-.k r-.n i-ni nWhelhe.
Hoods Arc f I of WeIOver
t.g En.unh fo i.ol.do,

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I popular price range : ,rl r 16995 WIT

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1941 MERCURY MONTEREY 2 DOOR HARDTOP I I I'Wr'"': 1 ,?..I IH IIiIII.l1 ''I '! s Service the Rest


TRADITIONAL MERCURY COMFORT Only Mercury has Cushion-Link Ride' (standard on Monterey and )
Meteor 800))-a unique suspension system that absorbs iolts and jars that come through to you in other cars. It "gives" A' -
backward and forward as well as up and down. And Mercury has a longer wheelbase ((120 inches) and greater weight (up -
to 241 pounds heavier) than'other cars in its price range. Result: you enjoy a smooth, solid, steady big-car ride you'd expectto
to much more for, There' plenty of stretch-out room in Mercury, too-even more rear seat hip, shoulder and headroom
a than in last year's spacious Mercury,Wlderdoors, and more trunk space, too.

TRADITIONAL MERCURY VALUE There's extra value in Merc ry's engine choice-all the way from the Super- .
Economy "6" (Mercury' first "6") to the powerful Marauder V-8's. And even the top-performing V-8's deliver up to 15',?
better gas mileage. There's extra value in Mercury's seven self-servicing features. From self-lubricating chassis to self- .
& adjusting brakes, they save you money every mile :you drive. Everywhere you look, the 1961 Mercury offers you traditional
Mercury values. Now,for the price most people pay for a new car, you can own a Mercury. Take your pick of Mercury's
r three great series and drive it today! IINCOLN.MERCURY DIVISION 5f:' ."rv/rp4wr oy. .

\I 1961 1 1 Mercurs- 1 luaurlouo MUCUlt'MONTIltIYFI..t.moot of .11 1981 M.rcury.Prlc.d MlltCUlt'to com MlTlOlt pot. with 800 the I'. . USE LAY
1 ALL IN THE POPULAR PRICE RANGE A..rlca'.Iowllt-prlcod lu.ury c.r top..rM.In Ihalow-prlca ft.ld. I .

I:1 I Okeechobee Motor Company ROdeo EASY 2.5561 Okeechobee

j Phone ROdeo 2.4461 or 6.1351 Okeechobee, Florida



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pool in any capacity, are urgently High School auditorium. Admis- the bevy of beauties. COUNTIES RECEIVE
the Swimming Pool requested to attend the sion will be 75c for adults, 50c Proceeds from the Beauty RACE TRACK CUT
meeting. for high school students and 25c Contest will be used to put on Comptroller Ray E. Green
4 1(1kecIiotiee Be Included In the agenda will for elementary students and the annual mother and daughter today that each announced -
To SubjectAt be a discussion of the need for younger Only local girls are el' banquet which will be. held ty will receive $14,500 this weekas
( efu5 a swimming coach and adoption igible.: In March to send delegates to their share of race track
Special MeetingThe of a tentative plan for the use The winers will be chosen the state convention In April funds.This makes a total to date
of the pool and activities of from age groups as follows: 4-7, and to buy awards for girls who of $41,000 received by each
board of County Commis- swim club members for the coming two princesses; 8-11, two maids; do outstanding work in F. 11. A. county.
sioners have called a special season.Beauty. 12-15, Miss Okeechobee Junior, during the school year. The distribution of $41,000 ex-
--" -; j''j';; ':"'1911, nt the I'ost ( laOkeerhobte meeting to be held Mon- second and third winners; 18- total
Entered;; a.' Seron Cln* M.tur 1. pTlc public ceeds by $3,500 the receiv-
Florida. Under Act of March 8, 1S7Ssubiwrlptlun day night, January 16th, In the Contest 21, Miss Okeechobee County, Terry Gall Hanes was hon- ed Icy' the counties at this same
second and third winners. ord on .her fifth birthday onDes.
tiles (In advance) per year IJOO commissioners room at 7.30: pm time In any previous year.
Two Year. 1500; Six Month, JJUO./ Shorter period not acceptedIAMOTK for the purpose of discussing the II The contestants are asking 30 with a party given at
local businesses to themat the home of Mr. and Mrs. Loyd
its sponsor
future of the swimming pool Date Changed ANDREW LEE STOREYMr.
no cost to the sponsor. Spon- Tomlinson. Ouests Included
: 11. MOORE PuljllHhrrEMMALKNE operation and administration.All I and Mrs. Julian Storey
;:- U, MOORS Advertising Manager sors are asked to sponsor not Becky and Mike Miles, Sharon
who Interested I Okeechobee I are parents of a eon, Andrew
citizens are The Miss County more than two girls and that and Patty Oaks, Linda Jenkins,!,
the of the pool, Contest date has been 'Lee, born Jan. 6 at the Louisiana
I'UHLIsiIii EVERY Jo'H1IJAAT OKKICHOBFK: FLORIDA In operation Beauty the two girls sponsored be indifferent Randy McCall, Kent and Karen
Published and Printed In Dkeerhubc. County Florida Heart of theOfficial especially parents of swimming I changed from Jan. 27 to Thurs- age groups.Local Logston, Michele Platt, Steve I Raulerson hospital. The
team members, and all those day night, Jan. 26. The contest baby weighed eight pounds 9\\.
lIe"opup..r: of OkM-cholj County an.It\ of Okpechobee Florida talent will be presented Dixon and Baraba and Annette, '
Yi'nr-round Cattle country, with the Dent HBM Kinking In the World who are willing to help with the will be held at 8:00: p. m. at the the evening well as Hanes I ounces: at birth.
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A Plan To SpeedUp .

MeetingsThe S Girls Nylon Stretch Anklets C I :

: White and Solid Colors-Regular 39c and 49c I .

County Commissioner : Sale Price 35c Pr. 3 Pr. $1.00in

which could would adopt not a only plan 3 size ranges: 4 to 6; 6 to ; 9 toll. '

lighten their steadily increasing I :; CLEARANCE SALE I

would also work shorten load and but M en's Suburban Coats Car Coats

streamline their bimonthly Regular $14.98 and $16.98. .
Lights, Darks, Zipper and Button Fronts

Rather meetings.than have persons : Sale Price $12.66Men's STARTS JANUARY 12th :

appeal' at the meetings ,.

problems and it present would be their far 'I: Long Sleeve Sport Shirts Boy's Dress Pants Boy's 'Olympic Sweat Shirts .S

better if the requests, ]I. 9Jn 2 Groups In 2 Price Categories. All wool flannel in ivy Sizes 6 to 16. Red, Light Blue, and Navy. :
complaints and favors .
$3 to $5.00 Value I continental
I styles-Regular $6.98 Regular $1.98
asked of the be
submitted in writing county to the I S Sale Price $2.88 Sale Price $4.99 Now A Clearance Special At $1.17Boy's :

county clerk at least seven $2.98 Value' .
days prior to the regular ,,: Sale Price $2.33 Bedford, Sharkskin Dress Trousers :
commission meeting. The : Regular $4.98 Corduroy or Flannel Trousers .

commission i ight committee- of- way on should, loads drainage have and a : Men's Cotton Flannel- I Sport I Shirts I Sale Price $3.88 Regular Now$1.59$ 133$1.98 .

and all the other usual Regular $1.98 Regular $2.49 and $2.98 .

problems. The commit- Sale Price $1.44 Ladies Winter Skirts :
tees could review the written '! 'Now $1.99

proposals and act on .- Regular $2.98 Regular $5.98 ,, .
most of them, without: Sale Price $2.33 Now S3.99Regular :
them having to be presented '
Ladies Wool I Vest t
at a regular meet-I. $7.98 .
ing. The more knotty S I Men's Sweat ShirtsS Now $5.99 Regular $2.98
problems I could be SS
M L Now $1.99
- -Regular $1.39
brought to the board ,. Regular $8.98 and 10.98 :
meetings for approval or I Sale Price 99c I Now $6.99Regular Regular $3.98 and $4.98 .
dismissal.Thev .
I Now $2.99
ax'e a few.cKvouia,,:.. $12.98 a n r """ .. .. -I.
-d complainers who harrass .veLeeaNow $7.99 "Regular'$5.98Now
the board many times dur- : Men's Dress Sweaters $3.99 :
ing the year. If they were
forced to put their arguments : Slip Over and Coat Style in following .
in wilting attd were '. price groups Ladies Costume Jewelry I Girl's Nap & Shear Cardigan .
not permitted to enter into
lengthy arguments with- 'I. Regular $10.98 and $11.98 Regular $1.00 plus tax (69c Plus| tax Sweaters I
'. Sale I Price
board members be- $8.66
we Regular $2.00 plus tax
lieve fewer complaints and $1.91 plus tax Sizes 8 to 14-Regular $3.98 :
Regular $7.98 $8.98
would be turned in. Some I Regular $3.00 plus Now $2.99
of these birds just like to'1 1 S I Sale Price $6.66. tax $Jgg plus tax .

hear themselves talk. Regular $5.98 and $6.98 Regular $4.00 plus tax | .
$219 tax
W h L dSI k Corduroys Wools I
eji proposals are Sale I Price $4.66 ac S, or
brought to the commissioners .. Regular $5.00 plus tax $ .69 Plus lax Regular $3.98 '
flow $2.99
the board members .. Regular $3.98 and $4.98 .

on them are expected immediately.to act ..: Ladies Costume Wrist -WatchesRegular $4.98 to $5.98 (Now $3.99 :

With the written plan the Regular $10.95 to $16.95 plus tax Regular $7.98 and $8.98 Now $ QQ
commissioners w o u 1 d'.: Boy's Car Coats and Toggle Coats NOW ONE-THIRD OFF :

bare} more time to study Regular 8.98 to $10.98 Regular $10.98 Now $&.99 .
the requests and make .. $7.30 to $11.30 plus taxLadies
more sensible decisions. .: Sale Price $6.88Boy's Regular $12'.98 Now 7.99 :
Nor would they be swayed '
by persuasive aigu I. Costume Flowers :

ments.This is not the first time I.. Flannel Shirts NReogUlar3579c Ladies Wool. Jackets .

The Okeechobee News .. Sizes 8 to 18-Regular $1.98 .

has proposed this plan 4 Sale Price $1.44 Regular $8.98

but workable.we still believe it is i Sizes 6 to 16-Regular $1.59 Boy's Long Sleeve Polo and Now $5,99Regular :

--.- ,-- :I I Sale Price $1.22 Flannel Shirts $12.98 :
Welfare Payment $12,000To Now $7.99
Local Residents I. Sizes 2 to 4 and 3 to 8 : .

Thomas E. Penick chairman I. Regular $1.29 Now 99c .

oi District tate Department 10 Welfare Board of Publir ofthe Boys Long Sleeve Sport Shirts Regular $1.59 Now 27 \ :
welfare reported that In I. In 3 Price Groups Ladies Sweaters I

Okeechohp were assisted fount: In the 312 four persons"ate- : Regular $2.98 Regular. $1.98 Now $1.44 Bulky Knit Fur Blends,. Ban Lons, Brushed :
"orles of public assistance for Wools '
Sale Price $2.33 ; Slip Over.
thp month of December I I. .
Styles Many Famous Brands
A total of 147 persons receivedOld ?
Ape Assistance! In the amount Regular $1.98 Regular $3.98
of $8019 Seven nersom received -\I Sale Price $1.44 Girl's SkirtsSizes Now $2.99
Aid to the Blind total- I Regular $5.98 and
Ing resenting; $432. and 111 children 44 families received rep- ': Regular $1.59 3 to 12-Regular $2.98 Now $4.44 :

Aid the amount to Dependent of2507 Children Sixteen In I. Sale Price $1.22 Now $1.99Regular Regular $7.98 and $8.98 (Now 5.99 .

persons received Aid to the Disabled I. $3.98 Regular $10.98

Okp in rhobee the amount County of H 983.represented : ..Boy's Slip Over Shawl Collar Now $2.99 Regular NOW $6.99 :
on the District 10 Welfare $12.98 $7'99
Roam: hv Mr, Clyde Chr'!' and Sweaters
topher and Mrs H. H. Raulerson : :
of Okeechobee. Regular $4.98 and 5.98
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CARU,1'S[ I Sale Price $2.66 .

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Firemen's AuxiliaryTo of $1000 and an arm bouquet of FOREST FIRES UP A ,

_LEGAL NOTICES City Receives Sponsor Fire flowers, and will be sponsoredin THIRD OVER STATE ...
the state contest by the
I:> THE' CIRCVIT COIRT: IV ContestThe Forest fire occurrence in 1960 '
local If are
$3,699 In State auxiliary plans was a third higher than In ,
local Firemen's Auxiliary completed fpr the state contest
FLORIDA.IN 1959 .and burned more
WANT (OINTY acreage
ADsi will sponsor a beauty contest, to this year. Two runner-ups will
: CIIAftCKHY No- than double according to fig-
MARY 1'INKARDr Cigarette Taxes elect the first annual Fire receive $5.00 each. ures released by the Florida
"Miss Flame 1961 be outside
IMalntlff Queen of on All judges will from Forest Service. .
vV Okeechobee's share of the Feb. 25 at 8 p.m. in the school Okeechobee County.HOSPITAL ,
I During 1959, 3,851 forest fires
CURTIS PINKAItD, state cigarette tax for the .auditorium. scorched 46.339 acres of Florida' ..i I
t DefendantNOTICE' month of November amountedto This means of raising funds Is! NEWS
17 million of
acres protected -
FOR SALE or RENT HOUSE: TRAILERSFOR TO APPKAH $3,669.57, according to a report used !fcy fire departments thro- Patients released from the land. Figures, for 1960 Indicate -
TO CURTIS PINKARD the state and
I Lee director ughout stateFiremen's
by Thomas E. -
Louisiana Raulerson hospital
that 5,230 fires burned Ill,-
Box 291
SALE All Aluminum 35 rMartford > Associations and Auxiliary -
of the state beverage, department -
Mlchl'ganYou I this week were Sidney Crablll, 065 acres. March was the worst
ft: Mobile Cruiser House' Trailer who said the state officials are now workingon
are hereby notified thut a dull Charles Tinsley, Jacky Ray month when a thousand fires
and bath. plans for a State Contest to
Two bed rooms during
collected $2,719,362.71 ;
RENT for divorce has been entered agalnutyou Prescott A. B. Anderson Arnie burned 46,000 acres.
FOR 11-2512- be held in May in conjunctionwith
Call ROdeo 2-5181. ; In the Circuit Court In mid for the. month.As their Long, Grady Hlnsey, Shirley I "This is the dangerous sea-

New and Used Okrwhobee County Florida, by] usual, Miami, largest cltv: annual convention. Storey and baby Mexicans Do- .. son of the year for forest fires,"
Beautiful Extra Large TRAILER FURNITURE, MARY. PINT ARD, and you are In the state drew the lion'schare Contestants will be from the lores Alanlz and babies and Ellis State Forester C. H. Coulter
2-Bedroom CBS Home, Anything for Trailers hereby required to appear and file $228,930."Amounts . 9th, 10th, 11th and 12th gradesof Lamar colored
I "Heavy dry vegetation -
Featuring Large Garage, One Stop Trailer ServiceLOCKWOOD your Answer or other pleading In the Okeechobee High School.
I 'received by neighboring Patients remaining in the in the woods and brisk
Front Porch, the Circuit Court of OkeechobreCounty They will wear evening dressesfor
Breezeway, cities .were: Avon Park hospital are Blanche Chandler,
winds add to forest
,. FlorMa, on or' before the!I the contest. entrant up prime
Hardwood Floors, Lar g e 1904 S. 4th St. Ft. Pierce 18lh day February, 1061, andserve 'I $4,370, Belle Glade $8,550, Clew- must be Each T erette Cone, Christine Mc- fire weather."
Living Rooms and Bed- Iston, $3,031, Fort Pierce, $19, sponsored by a Daniels, Floyd Peterson. Lillian
copy At the south Florida
a of the lame upon O. firm, civic club present,
rooms. BOATS & TRAILERSFOR Durrance, I'. O. Box 695, .....- 923, Kissimmee, $5,681, Labelle, etc. The entrance, fee dairy, ranch to Sullivan, Carolyn VValdron.I timberlands are In the most

Phone ROdeo 8-1561. ALE Florida, Attorney .for Plaintiff, C'I $1,315, Lake Placid, $1,627, Moore be paid by the sponsor vls .$5.00 Funds Johnnie Watford, Lila Lucky, critical, condition. That area of
REALTY 1'lnkard. Haven $711, Pahokee, $3,480,I Seminoles Tom Smith and Leah the state has had less rainfall
raised the
TOMPKINS Mark by from
75 W/Control
Mercury Hertln fall not or Decree Pro Sebring. $4,221, South Bay, $1- Auxiliary the Johns and colored patients Llo- than other parts of Florida.
$395; Scott 60 W/ remote con- onfpHKo will be entered, Bn liiHt you 683, Stuart, $6,222 and West contest': will go Into a special nednel Fleming, Hannah GIvens
trols, $381: 1959 Scott 40 HP In odd cause far the relief prayed I fund for another fire truck for and
i Palm Beach, $49,102. baby, Clara Henderson
FOR RENT: 3 Bedroom House Electric, $321: 1959 Gale ElectricHP for In the 1)111 of Complaint. Indlantown received nothing. the local department. However, Aray Johnson and Odessa,/. Strong Pot Holders

Unfurnished. 1 m- west of townon $151: 1959 Evinrude Stt DONE and ORpKflKU: ; lit Uk..e.1' It Is not Incorporated. If another truck Should be pro- Thomas. Strong pot holders can be
Highway 70. Call R. B. Me- 35 liP $285; 1958 Johnson 10 chokec, Florida, thlH the I 11 I I III day ot I vided by the local county and made of discarded heavy shoul-

serve. **" HP, $151. 40 other used motorsto January, 1901. city officials, the public is assured der pads. Sew two pads togetherand
choose fromSPORTSMAN HAYNES' \VllUAMrt: AP Begins Map that funds raised will be Use Dull Knife you will have a 'Pot holder

FOR' RENT: Furnished' cabins, CENTER Clerk Circuit Cuiut Reading Course; Will used for other equipment needed When scaling fish use a dull with a seam down the middle

electric kitchens. P. P. Fvans.7-24tf Fort Pierce, Fla. tf (Seal) Hy GLORIA, KUItllIVputy 'E"'"'n Pe SouadronThe by the fire department.The knife, such as a putty knife, and which will fold together In your

Phone 2-3961. ) Clerk, Okeechobee Flight of the Queen will receive, in addition I you won't cut into the meat of hand to give you a good graspon

FOR SALE Three Bedroom FOR SALE -.: 30 foot Aluminium l Publish| Jnn. 1,1, 211. ill: l-Vb. 3.9 1 Civil 'Air Patrol, commanded by to her crown, a cash prize the fish. hot handles.
house trailer with 1-ton reverse .....
$100 down. Jim Tim Ukeerliubui No.
House and lot. I Captain Johnnie C. Jenkins and
cycle air conditioner Call RO 1
Walter Corp. office located N. recently. approved for reconstitution -
26101. 1-13 ITHK 'Illn IT ('milT. I'
RO ,
of post office on 441. Call as'' a squadron, began a

6-1601, Okechobee. l-13tf I Animals For Sale ANI'OH, Eloihich OHKKfllOBMCOtNTV : ':I course in map reading for its

Two Bedroom ('IIAXC'FoIIlI, I1P.. members Tuesday night.
FOR SALE lot.-$100 down. Jim FOR SALE: Excellent young DEMI'SKY! HOIXJE, Using films obtained through Look At This
house and I the of SFC Bob Parker
located N. mare. Suitable for ranch or ro PlalntllTv courtesy ,
Walter Corp..office U. S. Army Recruiter of Fort
441 'Call RO deo. 6 or 8 well kept open young I e.
of post office on or l-13tt', heifers. Contact Clyde Hancock CUIUST1NK: HODOE, Pierce, the course is being ,-

6-1601Okeechobee. N. of railroad on 441. 1-13p Defendant taught by Bill Presley, managing -

FOR RENT Furnished nice NOTICK TO AITPKMl editor of The Okeechobee

clean 1 or 2 room apartment, AKC REGISTERED Dachshund TO: rilKlSTl.Xi: HOlKJKItenklciR'c \ : News and former army officer. |I

by week; or month. Utilities fur- Pups.6-1493.Only two. left., Call ROdeo 1-13p You me hereby, unknown notified Ihnt a The course win cover a five I Best Buys In South FloridaCOLORED
week film viewing and study
nished.. Road 78. Telephone unit for divorce linn been vntrrrilatraluxt !
RO 2-3165. 4-29tf FOR SALE 2 Shetland Pony you In the Clieult Court In program, culminating in a series

Colts, born in April. One chest- and for Okeechobee County. Murliln, of practical map and com-
FOR RENT: Three Room House I nut with white mane and tall. by Dt:.II'o1tHODfJ! : t:, and )"u are pass problems. .
with sun porch. Adults only. On hereby required' to appear sad aleyour
one bay with light mane
Okeechobee Road. Inquire Tele- Answer or other .pleading. In DOUBLECOMPARTMENT
tall. Also have a 22 hp'Johnson Ronnie Mixon Celebrates12th
of OkeeehuherCounty
ROdeo 2-4178. l-6tf the Circuit Court ff
phone outboard motor for sale or will:
Florlitn on or before the Birthday With Party
FOR SALE OR TRADE 2 trade. Dr. Platt, telephone"RO 13lh dRY of February 1901, and Ronnie Mixon celbrated his I BATH ROOM SETS SINK

bedroom furnished cottage, Jalousie -j 6-1421. 12-2t serve a copy ot the mime upon n. (', 12th birthday recently with a.

front porch. Lot 50x185,. Jurrnnce, I' O. now 693:;, Okeechobee, his Mr.
party given by parents,
fruit and I loilda Attorney for the Plaintiff!.
Beautiful lawn with ,
AUTOMOTIVE and Mrs. Elvis Mlxon.
palm trees. Solar system Insure llvieln fall not or Decree Pro A birthday cake decorated II Complete from the floor up. Includes Includes all trim with mixing faucets .
onfe will be entered
>o agalnut you
hot water without cost. car I FOR SALE '54 FORD Station In Maid cause to-.'- the relief piayetlor with pirates, and ice cream was Tob Toilet Lavatory Shower and
Within 4 miles of Lake Le- ,
porte. Wagon. $200. Contact Mrs. In the Dili 1 of Complaint served to the guests.
Worth. Write P, O. Box 658,: Master RO 6-1403: 113. .. .
CONK and ORDERED Ht Oh Guests wer Freddie Walker, Fittings.
Okeechobee. SALE 1959 Austin Hea-
Steve Briney, Timothy Harden,
C. E. Robinson may claim his ley Sprite. $200 cash and take
(Seal) Darren Holley, Delores Holley, YOUR CHOICE OF FIVE COLORS
free theatre at Gilberts. payments. Call ROdeo 25163. .
pass up HAYXKS; 1' WIU.IAXIrt'Urk
I Debbie Walker, Dianne Walker,
1-13 ( C'lrcult CourtubllBh
SALE Two New 3-Bed- Julalne Reynolds, George Rey- Only
FOR o'eb .
Jan. 13, I'O 31; 3, 19 1
room unfurnished houses. See 1958 CHEVROLET IMPALA, Tho Okcecliobve NewttISOTUK nolds, Jr., Glenda Mlxon Mrs. Only

0. w. Clay at Railroad Store, V-8, power glide power steering I George Reynolds, Mrs. Lois .. ,}
U-4t.tl Walker, Mrs Greta J nkln. and ,
Okeechobee. power.br }tea, radio, white elde- -
walls. Silver blue with special IMIKII KICTITIOI :MMK I..\w grandmother of the honoree,
FOR RENT Housekeeping Impala interior; in good condl OTH'U: IS 1IKREBY. GIVEN that Mrs. Minnie Harden.

bachelor quarters, suitable for tlon. Will sell for $1250. Comparethis the underxlgncd, desiring to rnganf $13295
2 to 5 working men group or In-i with cost on Used Car Lots In buMliii'M" under the flctltlouii name $ 3750.
dividuals. Located four:blocks
Charles Me Arthur, Lake Placid Band
from post office. Call MargueriteBass I 21231. 1-6,13 st 4471 N, IV. 36th St. In the: City ;
Lynn. Rodeo 2-4291. 11-4 of Miami 1 Springx. Florida, Inti'iuUo I I
H'ttUter the sold name with the
I Il'h'rk I To Give 5 Concerts
FOR SALE 20 Lots, guaranteed MISCELLANEOUSSEPTIC of the Circuit Court of Dade

title. $350 each.. Four lots, Comity. FluililuDuti'd I
$500 each 1958 Dodge 2-door TANKS and Grease lit Mluml, Floildii. Ililn. 4lhay Lake Placid School Band will

hardtop. $60 per month. Phone Traps Cleaned and Repaired of January 19HJ. present the first of five winter
MAC QACHK.: concerts for the benefit of peo-
RO 2-2163 11-lStf Phone Okeechobee RO 2-4724 or .
'oiley), Oiiutler & Droves ple throughout central Florida
RO 2-2071.
FOR SALE 2 bedroom house, :(tit S. K.: First Stretet and tourists in the area this FERGUSON

$100 down and $50.80 monthly . Let's Trade Mowers\ Jtlaml I. riorldu' Sunday, Jan. 15. I
Jim Attorney for ApplltantubllHh The concert series, which will
payments for six years.
call ROdeo 2-4231 today
Jan 11. 20. 27; I-Vb 3 mill
Walter Corp. Call RO 6-1601 or be held out of doors, will con-
for a FREE demonstration on 'I'he Okfeilioln New
write P. O. Box 372, Okeechobee. tinue through April. They will
lawn': trade the
YOUR We'll on
12-30tf be free to the public-
spot.. Sizes and prices to fit Th Okeechobee Par e n-t-- -- --

FOR SALE 2 Bedroom CBS your) Teachers' Association will meet EMERGENCY: MONEYBe

House. Under Construction No. needsGilbert's next Thursday night in the High sure to keep a dime in the UMBINGPhone

of Hospital. Call RO 11-4U FOR REPAIRS on Fr'.Kldaire!; according' to an announcement
that telephone
for emergency
and appliances call
Mavtag received by the News this week.

HELP WANTED GILBERTS. ROdeo 2-4231 tf The program will Ipclude a call you may--have-- to- make.-
NOTICEI discussion of problems with Iv.ryon. reads all The Okeachs' ROdeo 6-1595 Okeechobee News Bldg
local import the informant b*. N..... You'-* reading tnii fine
wll not be responsible (p* print, trtn't
I said.
Help Wanted I any debts incurred by anyone - yOU'I I ,
other than myself.


Male Secretarial.or Female.Five Clericaland Dav . Jan. 13, 20.-27; Feb. 3 RANCH FOR SALE

Week. Write Dept. OKB
%; Okeechobee News. 7-29tf S S
Okechobee Radio & TV is going

out of business. Anyone having 755 ACRES MUCK AND SAND

EXPERIENCED WAITRESS to articles in'for repairs are requested -

work behind counter and in to reclaim them not Immediate Occupancy

dining room. Year round. Liveon later than Jan. 28, 1961. 13,20
ditched and diked, fenced, cross-
premises. Apply In person at All Improved pastures
east ofOkeechobee DAVE'S TRADING CENTERBox fenced, pens, electric pump, 2 flowing wells.
J &; SPark, 17

.PARTICLES on US.-441.for, M3,20p SALEA 806 Phone' Okeechobee-- 2-6025 Florida, 'LOCATED ONE AND ONE-HALF OKEECHOBEE MILES NORTH OF PIANOS ( [! \

Rollaway .. . . . .-, ,$18.00 LAKE

free pass to Gilberts The- Wardrobe . . . :.? ,$25.00 .-

atre Is being held at the box China Closet . . ... ..$29.00 Exclusive With Hancock Real Estate

office for W. R. Strickland.Used 1 20" Girls Bike .tt. . $1500 ORGANS

1 Dresser "and, Chest .,..,..$29.00 131 N. 4th Street, Ft. Pierce, Fla. __

Write to Mr. Snellincs at Above AddressNOTICE
806. ,Okeechobee, Florida
GOOD CONDITION ,.Phone 2-6025

$39,50 fPGAS' A free theatre pass .awaits-. -

CENTRAL Your Credit ELECTRIC Is Good Ray Morris. NOTICEI at Gilberts.. Wurtitzer Elec _u.__ $249 Small Chord __. __ $139

Duty will not be responsible for Use Mah. Spinet 439 New Wurl
Used Heavy
FOR SALE I "" -- Chord ... 595
Air compressor. Complete with any debts incurred by anyone

tank. suitable for garage or other than myself. .Effective New Wurtitzer Spinet h. 495 New Spinet : ... .. 995
: Okeechobee January 4, 1961.
truck stop. New Mah ._... 545
Resort. u - '- New
2 1"
Trailer and Fishing ......_ 1095
.1-13,20.27 INCOME TAX TIME IS HERE We are no longer operating the Pure Oil Station Cable Walnut Spinet .. ._.- 699 .
FOR'SALE-2-Burner 011 heater AGAIN For professional as across,the street from the Ford place. ReedKnabe

$15. Some tools, used build sistance with'your tax prob; 40" Mah . 100/0 Off Demonstrator 1295

ers hardware. Wm. Griffith 1 lems see BUI and Dee Presley, An with to be paid to Okeechobee "..
accounts us are
block East of Hancock st. 1.6p 914 West 8th Street, Okeechobee ,. Open Evenings By Appointment-Free Parking
Call RO 2-1101 for appoint- Pure Service at our office.

FOR SALE New Duo Therm ment. ; \

Heater. Reg. price 24995. WATE"Ri'Pl.Blic PIANOS-ORGANS
Special Sale. Price, $169.95. GIL- plti4*deposit: Distilled water

BERTS. 25c gallon plus deposit. PARK Claude Holcomb, Mgr RO 2-4461 I 724 Orange Ave. Ft. Pierce HO \.6706

FOR SALE Used Snapper Rid DRUG CO., Phone RO 2-3271
ing Mower $150. GILBERTS. I



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mphor placed In trunks, Scrips, of cucumber rind in If children are allergic to wool '
I chests or cartons will protect the corners of each shelf in the line the coat or sweater sleeves J SANDBLASTING AND SPRAY PAINTING
against: mice, kitchen will discourage: ants with old nylon stockings. :AM MMTt AHWIUMALL ,
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I 2tt- HOUR AMBULANCE SERVICE Phon. HOward 1-7000




Promptness of response is a
most necessary consideration Bulls for Sale
". 'Universal 0" when you call an ambulance.Safe .
careful driving is equal.
are performanceprovedover ly import, so we always
drive with the safety of the HEREFORD NGUSdREEDING

billions of miles patient uppermost in mind. 1
For safe, sure, dependable
ambulance service, always AGE READY TO GO
exclusive reasons why'Jeep'vehicles are your best buy I II. call the Yates ambulance number .

lowest t Initial cost wheel drive vehicles 5, built from the ground up as a 4 wheel drive SEIYICE YATES in Okeechobee.
2. high.st resale value due to functional design 6. performance
proved over billions of'miles of COSTSMORE
J. big payload capacity on a short wheelbase world-wid.service) CALL RODEO 2-6611 CONTACT

4. 3 power tokt-off points-front,center,rear 7., only complete line of wheel drive vehicle

George DempseyPhone

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,|SERVICE I ..IJ 1101 i SOUTH 4tfot ST,.fT.PIERCE,flORI DA 61771i 1
; I
p'Pick up Truck

Gilbert Chevrolet Co. Inc. '...,Orr 4A h ,.. A\w\'
$4s <*$ 4 y. >& 'v 1k#
/ 4w* % *WX'IJf'
Phone ROdeo 2.4231 Okeechobee, Florida ** ftij


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line of musical I I in'M!
atruments for band ,J } .' .u .4 a h'aL
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orchestra. '4,"'V. Wheatley ; ? 1d' ; n "
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FI a. Pone 2-5561 For AppoIntment
Tele RO 2.6485 I

IF YOUR AD Grass Planting: REPAIRS FOR \ ) flj :

Local and Long JOHNSON OUTBOARD : ) :
BE nEADING' Distance Hauling MOTORS 1

Like Everybody and Leave Word GILBERT'S

Else Does. Route 1 Box 38
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Real Estate


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2-6025 t ROdeo 2.4724 I r ...
"." . Yes,everything under the Meekins Sun Is designed to bring you the very finest .
: .
s \>fa.Ut ,.,, "
Concrete Products... that Will
B.LOVEL SHIRLING \ :' of Engineered, products
BEAUTY SALON PLUMBING ; offer you more in economy, in comfort, and in beauty than any other .,

fin: TRAINED PEOPLE TO SERVICE xi : material. The distinction of originality is yours,when you' '. .

C.UtE FOR NEEDS YOUR BEAUTY .:' turn to versatile and, economical concrete Whether you are building or -

NEW LOCATION I I i improving-whether you are thinking of a new office building or
Convmlently Located At 3i-11JIe: North Kissimmee k't.
FlfTIi and OSCEOLA 5113. Brlde-Road 78 a patio wall around your backyard barbecue-it pays .

For Appointments Can INQUIRE AT JOE'S I I 4 to think of concrete...and when you do..it will pay you to think ofMeekins .,
I ,
ROdeo 2.1021 LIQUOR STORE -first in South Florida since 1922.
PHONE ROdeo 2.4160L I \ pa

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, ; ,. FREE) The full story on how to use concrete 'In new and exciting ways :
If you would like Plumbing & Electric HAY E S i :: is told (In our full color brochure,"A Renaissance In Concrete ;!
to have Ferguson ELECTRIC I ." Masonry"Write our Design Dept.for your free copies.: '
:your '
I ,, '1; :" .. :.
advertisement Residential \ .,1':,: ";1,'_
lrlJpeal'W e sell plumbing 1 and .
in thIS space electrical supplies. COMMERCIAL and ;: / I;:' ,:f
1'.J-. .
Plumbing !
Dial RO 2-3221 I.nsta11ed WIRING ;:;I. MEEICINSli J .
Free EstImate Ucen ed Electrician
and ask for details Phone Phones Rodeo 9.1741- Rodeo 2.-3871 OKEECHOBEE P. O. Box 1441r
ROdeo 6-1595
RODEO 2.4643


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FPL Ordered two classes of customers wouldbe SEEDLINGS made available at. cost. The pol from the commission or the ,
to reduce the company's annual AVAILABLEAT icy to charge a cost-price for State Soil conservatlion Service,r
gross revenues by approximately panting materials was recentlyset according: to A. D.'A1drlch"Commission ATTENTION CATTLEMEN .
To Red'uce"Rates $1,300,000. However, ,COST at a formal meeting of the Director.
the Commission did not concurin Commission., "
: Florida landowners may now Custom Hay
The Florida Railroad and the opinion that a reductionof obtain seed and seedlings for Information about plantingthe .
Public Utilities Commission has $1,300,000 would be sufficient. material may be obtained GO TO CHURCH SUNDAY
wildlife food: plantings at cost
concluded Its investigation of Instead, the Commission fixed HAY FOR SALE 'j'jI
price the> Game and Fresft
the earnings of Florida Power the overall gross revenue reduc
Water Fish Commission LIVE STOCK :
and Light Company by requir- tions at $6,254,000 on an annual Landowner I HAULING .
desiring such
ing said public utility to reduceits basis.
gross revenues by approxi- The Commission's Order does planting material should Imme- DURRANCE AND SONBox
mately $6,254,000, annually.The not specify the particular rates diately forward their orders tQ ATTENTION ,
investigation was com- to be reduced, but gives theutility's R W. Murray. Game Biologist, 997'
Route 1, Chipley, Florida. ROdeo 2-3152
menced July 19, 1960, by the management an oppor- Pay!
tunity to submit appropriate ment by check made out to the .
Commission acting on Its own
Florida Game and Fresh Water I d
and reasonable tariff revisionsfor
motion. A public hearing' was
held in the matter in Miami on the Commission's approval Fish Commission should accom- DAIRYMEN RANCHERS
Nov. 9, and at that time, the. which will make the $6,254,000 pany the order. YOU'RE INVITED----
Chairman of the utility's Board reduction, effective with all meter Prices are $5 per thousandfor
of Directors proposed that the I leadings made on and after ThunbergU lespedeza seed-
matter be without i January 1, 1961. lings, 75 cents per pound for
: --Save To 25OR To visit the
Since partridge 48 Up PLUMBING AND
furher hearings and suggestedthat August of 1957, the pea seed and cents
all residential customers: Commission has required this per pound for common lespe- ELECTRIC Establishment in The Okeecho-

throughout the company's system -I' annual particular utility to reduce its I I deza The seed.Commission formerly distributed bee News Building, North Parrott AvenueU.
should be placed,on a uniform -I gross revenues by approximately Your flay RequirementsPurchase
rate. He also proposedthat $14,000,000. The reduction 'such planting materials ( S. 441)). See our Salesroom Displays-
required I free of charge. However, the
the general service customers n August I
(small commercials) be 1957 was $4,750,000. In 1959, the Commission: has found that a Colored Bathroom Fixtures, Electrical Sup.
given similar treatment. This reduction was $2,860,000 In I better quality of wildlife plant- plies, Water Pumps Hundreds of Items.
uniform treatment would reduce April 1960, a reduction of $300- 'Ings, and a better usage of the Hay direct from the Michigan and Ohio ,
the company's gross revenue 000 was effected through the planting materials, will be accomplished We Sell and Install Plumbing, Residentialand

by approximately $1,300,000, demand elimination of most residential if the materials are Farm area. For Transportation and Information, Commercial. Prices are low . work
which the company's Chairmanof meters. Today's reduc- .
the Board felt was the maximum tion of $6,254,000 brings the is guaranteed.
reduction the Commission three->'ear total to a little more 'lj ureb.I .

should The Commission require. agreed with than In its fourteen Order million the Commission dollars. I'IE> V'V MARTIN COUNTY EXPRESS, INC. FERGUSON
the company that no further that theompany's: INDEPENDENT MISSIONARY
hearings' were necessary; that tremendous, growth and Improved BAPTIST CIIURCII P. O.-Box 392, Boynton Beach, FloridaOr !P "
uniform! treatment of the residential operating procedu res M. M. MARTIN, Pastor Plumbing & icSUNSHINE
'customers, also the small and practices have contributed Sunday School, 10:00: am. Phone Stuart, Florida AT 7-2760 oE
substantially to the
commercial customers, was desirable I recurring
Morning 11:00
Worship, : am.
problem of Phone o 6-1595
containing this utility's -
; and that the effect of Bapt Train. Course, Sunday
such uniform treatment of the reasonable earnings within bounds.In .approvedand Summer, 7:15: pm.
Winter, 6:45
ordering the present rate
reduction, the Commission Evening Worship \
LEGAL NOTICES adhered to its meticulously Summer, 8:00: p.m. I
established long- Winter, 7:30: p.m. YOUR HIGHEST PRICESCOME
! w. and well'known re-
Prayer Service (Wed.)

ndrr KM 1VOTICF.It Ion. Name Iron rae ju.atory base philosophy and rate of concerning return. It Summer, 8:00: p.m. I FROMCOMPETITIVE
Winter, 7:30: p.m.PRIIITI'E DRY I
NOTlCi; I. hereby given lint the used a year-end investmentrate
ndrrnltfiiptl, "' base of $471.994,000
pursuant to the FIctltloim and allowed BIDDINGAT
Name Rtntll!'", House Hill the rate of return of 6.98 : BAPTIST CHURCII
1175, Chapter 20953. Law of florlda, per cent upon which the com- Song Service, 10:30: am. . .ON THE RAINIEST DAY i
1941, and house Bill 1102, Chapter pany's present rates are basedto Preaching Service, 11:00: am. YOUR LOCAL
26760, 1931, amending 86.1.09(3)), will stand. but directed that the
register' with the Clerk of the Clr. FIRST METHODIST CHURCH
rates and charges themselves GENERAL ELECTRIC
cult Court In and for Okeechobee be reduced so that the earnings V. J, RAGSDALE, Minister LIVESTOCK AUCTION
County, Florida, upon receipt of Sunday School, 9:45: am.
proof. .of. .!the publication of, this note, wouiJ not exceed the approvedrate Worship Service 11:00 3 HIGH SPEEDDRYER
(ue icrmuui name, to-wit: of 6,98 .nor_ cent.___no : a.m. MARKETLast
OKKECHOBEE Choir Practice & prog. 6:00: p.m.
ATLANTIC SERVICE Cellophane'Tape Worship Service, 7:30: p.m. '

under which we expect to engage Holds Small Parts Bible Study and Prayer
Jn bUHlnem at Parrott Ave, and Seventh .
Wednesday, 7:30: p.m.
Street In the City of Okeee
'Hunters may have fun track 1 .1 Alt FLOW SYSTEM olr: hwmm.d
phobee, County of Okeechobee, Flor
'ida., ing game, but it's no fun and no OKEECHOBEE CHURCII I \\; --- "., In a up rol'. chambtrIhtn
-- That the portico Interested lu laid game when you try to track OF THE BRETHREN CONTIOl dial,
t>UBlnem enterprise are: down the small parts of a gun Rev. F. C. Rohrer, Pastor I drying limit according to fabric
C. T. LIQHTSKYLKLAN'D : which you put "around here Sunday School Hour, 10:00: ajn. Cdt
L.1GHTSEV someplace" while you were oiling Morning Worship, 11:00: a.m. t I!
NORRIS NIX and cleaning the weapon. Youth Fellowship, 6.'30 pm
Dated. at Okpechobee, Ok..ec'hobep.COUllt Put all the small parts on a Evening Worship, 7:30: pm 119.95
I ) Florida, till the 27h day ofF strip of cellophane
December, 1960. tape as you Wednesday
take them,out and they will stay Prayer 4s Bible Study 7:30 p.m.
Un NOItKIS NIX .. __
1t60 put in:the correet oruer for replacing u' W/T .
1'ubllHh Doe. 30 l ; Bid
January e, IS, 20, 19(1. CATHOLIC CHURCH
The Okenhobce >e\\'. Sunday Mass, 9:00: am. year nearly 60% of Florida Cattle
Holy Day Mass, 7:00: a.m. Sold at Auction i
First Fridays Mass, 7:00: p .m


GEORGE PETTY, Pastor Auction Market
Worship, 11:00: a.m. AUCTIONS EVERY TUESDAY
.... Evangelistic, 7:30: p.m.
Tues. Prayer Service, 7:30: :pm. Herman S. Beebe, Manager Phone RO 2-5521
( and Thursday Y.P.E., 7:45: pjn.


tc Casual China Church Chimes, 9:30: a.m.
Sunday School, 10:00: a.m.
Morning Worship, 11:05: am. '
Training Union, 6:30: pm.
1 1J Evening: Worship, 7:30: pin. I
Prayer Meeting (Wed.) 7:30: pm RI :

r p Friday, 7:00: p. m., Penance @Wr

Friday Class., 7:30: p. m., Inquirers'' :

Fostoria Crystal and ,


M Sunday School, 9:30: a.m. : I HAN[ MANY WRINGER WASHERS
Glassware Church Service, 11:00: a.m.
jIi' Wednesday Evening Service I
3rd Wed. 7:30: p.m.


Dewey Herndon, Pastor ; 16995
Sunday School, 10:00: a.m. "'Se . FULLY AUTOMATIC . .

Sabbath School Sat., 9:30: a.m. :
OKEECHOBEE JEWELERSPool Church Service Sat., 11:00: am. ; W AS HEr
Vespers Sundown
at Sat. w-t
Prayer Meeting Wed. 7:30: p,m.
M. V, Meeting, Friday, 7:30: p.m.

ASSEMBLY: OF GOD .1 11I\ -. 'it fully" mitom.lk w.th *t>fnM; >., ot.mp-dr<*t cUMm mn4thwt
Equipment'' Repairs Anton Jensen, Pastor ltt..lf*ff.utwn.tk lty.FUxtbU .
Sunday School 9:45: a. m. MODEL .
wtwnatk central

GEORGE W. LAPP WA.3JOt Nnwut 0-1 ACTIVATOR*' w..hing hard *n dirt . Mtyn
EPISCOPAL ;_.,;;' ;! 0 .
George II. Cave, 'Vicar

Residential CALL COLLECT& Commercial Sunday Family Sermon Sunday: 10:00:Communion School a. m.- ./ CENTRAL ELECT RIC & GASPhone

1301 Juanita Ave, HO 1-1606, Fort Pierce, Fla Sunday,7:30: p. m., Bible Study RO 2-5561 Okeechobee- FloridaROYAL'S
Wednesday, 9:00: A. M., H '.C.
I Saints' Days, 9:00: A. M., H. C. . .'- .


Tremendous Savings

January, white goods sale

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I 1 r. With Every lOc Purchase Get United
Trading Stamps For Free Premiums.
SUPER MARKET A ill These Prices Good Through
STORE HOURS 5 A.MTO 9 P.M. Seven Days a week ,
SWIFT PREMIUM WESTERN HEAVY STEER \ ,, as Beef Roast NY cut ib 59c

.Your Choice Round, Rib or Sirloin '


Beef 69: Hens 4-to-6 ib I 49,
steak qai) ib Turkeys -

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Shortenings. i can 65

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6% oz can

Celery ..
"'':.', 2 I Ib can .
,,_.. :::. 1 Cucumber
$1.29SHURFINE 2 for 15c wafers2 for 35c

DOLE CRUSHED-B'/-O2.. CANPineapple
I 2 for 31 c
19_ c Onions

BIRDSEYE FROZEN 19c Blackeyed peas can 1O 1
31b bag
Cut corn or peas 19 CHEF BOY-AR-DEEr-151/z-OZ. CAN



KING-303 CAN 2 Ibs I

Cut Green Beans 1 lOc DIXIE LILLY ;
Meal-or-Grits 5 Ib pkg 49c

I Cake Mix 3 f for 9 8 SUNSHINE
c. Krispy-crackersib box "25c
31b Bag 39c ,
Select Extra Large Golden
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I've done I'd give anything if I place: new hopes,, new resolvesnew

A Beginning Again Could start over againl" in a plans, new undertakings,

very special way the New Year and new opportunities to live a
IDbe Ofttef hofog DVoume JOHN* M. DICKSON,.Chaplain furnishes us just such a beginn- better life than the one we have
tWS To many of us,the past seems ing again. lived in he past.

one of defeat. There are a lot "I wish there were some' wonderful As we enter-the portals of the

of things In our past that we place, New Year, let Jt be for us a
would like to change.'A boy said In the land of Beginning Again; time of heart-searching and

to me Just a few days ago, "I'm Where all our mistakes and all casting out the things that
50-Number 26 Okeechobee, Florida, Friday, Jan. 13, 1961. lOc Per Copy, sick of my past There are a lot our heartachesAnd clutter up our lives. Let it be a

I of things I've done that I regret, all our poor selfish grief time of renewing our vows to
Bankers Lauded I don't like to think about Could be dropped like a shabbyold Ood, allowing nothlhg to come
them. I wish I could forget, butI coat at the door between us and the larger service
Second Phase of School For By Treasury can't. From now on, I want to And never, put on again. we can render to Ills cause.

DepartmentThe I be able to look back and feel In a wonderful sense the new

I I good, Instead of bad, about what year furnishes us Just such a: 00 TO CHURCH SUNDAY
Treasury today paid tribute .
to the bankers of Americafor

Boys Building 40% CompleteProgress Savings service their Bond to 20 the years Program United of volunteer States I IJ SEMIANNUAL.

on the buildings in ''I Since May, 1941, the nation's / it. ,, ..-
tie second' phase of construe. I banks have been the principal
lIon at The Florida School for issuing agents for more than
Boys at Okeechobee has: reached two billion Series E. Savings rst rflr

what the contractors regard as jf l t t. Bonds I ought by millions' cit

the "forty percent mark", and !!/f izens, many of whom saved their,
i- knish target!;: date.of 1-15 Apriln first money through bonds. In

: eert vot Included in this; _.. BY BUCK R the salute to the banking profession -

; :up ot itrurturcs are two cot- "All- I want- for Christmas is i of water. Then, think a bit. Be tte Treasury satementsaid I CLEARANCE SALE

rcj tn ho White Boys' deoanniem a little peace and quiet. different, If you wish Relax, : ,
\ and two In the Color This may sound likn a strange and ehjoy Christmas as It was "America banks have sold: i iI
:d division, each to house ::5:! statement to make about this meant to be and you'll be a nearly two billion separate S, '
ocys: Th \ of COUrse means an most gala or all seasons, but lot saner and happier. I '
Ings Bonds since 1941, at
.ddltion of 100 more students: it Is one which Is mighty close That's the sermon for today. -
to the Government or the V.I'
( total school populationnce to being true. MINTING TIME:
10 For Instance, how do you chasers. The Bond: Crrlaad SaIl! -
: the physical plant is made If you do feel that your wits t".f.--l:1t..f
I feel about Christmas cards? and the Banking business ,r Ve .r
ailabh Also there! Is a ds-! has cash that Is liable \eeet
u1 some
j I Sure, they're fun to reserve and grown: together. Hand in hand, OLD FASHIONED ,
<:c:. ,ar.v for colored boys and a send out, but haven't you noticed to go astray without a little Americansthe 4 0 rirl +'i-
they've helped make
)"If shop In the maintenance; that your lists are get- help, o calculated hinting campaign m II PORCH j +/rlo'l rldtr ltlb'rt / yll'r + I

ur' cast "i willlamsou Ditch, !I tins! too long, and that the can' add zest to the world.savingest" 'people in the ROCiERSe, l I P'yyl,lyi ', r 4Sw
c well as a fire station. i (hours of work Involved have reason.
Built of reinforced concrete 1 II taken the fun out of this aspect For instance. I've had my In responding to the 'salute I w
of those Mercury I
I! of Christmas. eye on ono .new Carl A. Bimson, President\ of ..
I>lo:'lc and brick, these: struc- sixes ever since they were I
t.re are designed to bland with C1lIV0 "' w Introduced last fall. Now, I the Valley National Dank of I ?
t i.ie existing buildings on camp- ulc ide rNURRV think I can swing the deal and 'Phoenix, Ariz., and President of I
I intend to let family have, the American Bankers ,
I..> cot .ages will have: the ,Jo -, NuRRY thecredit.. Association '
deal and faclll- all said:
) footage space
To get the' Idea.. across, I've '
"America's banks are proud to
'tea. and 'he plans are virtually!; been lately. (_ ;
of the .
be part pond
the Lime us those employed In yr "Are you a kitty cat, Dad- program.We Save $20Cc.
,construction of the cottages nowIn Win dy?" my little daughter asked believe it is good for Amer.

tse "Nope, I'm an outboard lea, an economic: stabilizer; it Cc.'a Jc Group
Charles F Kuhn, 01 Tallalm- motor," I told her. is good. for Die individual, the I aNUl ful natural sal
see one of the original plan i She did the rest. Now, every- community and it is good for I hnuh, mud. (Exactly at Illustrated)
lone| in, the household knows I banking. The promotion of a hhUme YN one
nen of the entire development, Per I Group,," $
rrs i have outboard motor symptoms.To Sadcock' 'amoul "Economl/ 9
I Savings Bonds has helped to 's @ Down
the architect, and the J. HllL'rrt -
is throw further light on the SlatSeat & Back wondo'ul burtN Erouoor n.w hams
!: Sapp Construction Com- subject, I obtained several cata- make savers out of non-savers, msln4 A Lvno doom bldal/, an I.t.a Delivers
to revitalize the American tradition $11.95 bid .t night., .
pany, Is the contractor. Mr. Robert turned logs, marked them properly and
W Ludwlck, of Miami, is Gift similar giving may rat race have for scattered them throughout the of thrift, and o build Rattan Seat & This/ / Group Includes:
into you.
the local foreman of the actual It's a one thing to help Santa house. To be even more certain, savings in all forms to record Back Plastic Arm Sofabed

work fir tMJ contractor, and remember tho youngsters, and I tipped off my Mercury dealer, levels. $15.95Jumbo 2 Wrought Iron Pull Up
him to act as a
Mr. Pat Harmon, of Jacksonville, Christmas is a good excuse to and matchmaker.You expect "The American Bankers Association Size Rattan Chairs

is inspector tor the Board of splurge a little for close loved can do the same thing. congratulates the Na- Seat & Back 3 Matching limed Oak S '
Commissioners of State Institu- ones. But, this business of being I honestly don't know how you tion on the 20-year success $21.95 Tables
tions under whose direction the obligated to every aunt, ran make noises like a pair of story of the U. S. Savings Bonds .
: cousin, friend and business acquaintance $1.00 DELIVERS 2 Beautiful Table lamps
Institution is operated. i can really hurt the hip boots or tent, but If you'rea program, and pledges its vigorous -
man can do a little continued support.
With work starting in late bank roll. gun you -
October, although the formal Just between us backwoodsmen banging. And, there are all The: bank salute appears as a BADCOCK'S FAMOUS "NEWLYWED" SPECIAL jtl
to hint.
I think have too kinds of ways public! service newspaper ad of
contract was signed on 7 October we many to the Ideaacross
Be get :
the pace has been steady and neon lights, too many Christmas ,sure but don't be too obvious. the Treasury, and is the first ina
constant with the result that the ties hawkers, and too Because If you're not surprisedon series of 20th anniversary

contractor has, thus far exceeded i many street-corner aspect Santas.'Thecommercial of Christ Christmas morning, Santa tributes to volunteer groups
his proposed schedule. Out- mas has almost overshadowedthe and your spouse are sure to which have aided the bond: pro- : -
standing weather conditions spirit of the occasion. be disapp o inted. gram since 1941. The ad also
likewise have contributed to the The solution la to step back { II you h ore say qutitiont conctrninf -* gives recognition to the newspaper -
progress despite the cold snap I and etas up the Itua.Uon. H fusing iteliniqutt, quip- industry for Its "20-year -,... .
two weeks like you do when you're pre- ",..nor nlitrt-to-go, .rile Buck service record of advertising
some ago. "
All fill work in the White paring to fish a !good stretch Ropers in cart of tliit; paper support. SAVE '? ; :.'
Boys' department at the loca- '

tion of the cottages under construction -
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low tract-this lying was under an unusually water ; :: f' 2 ; ;' ;: : : ':: ,'"' f; :

done much by of our the maintenance time has been per- ; : :,!: : : rf( ,;, $159.95 Value

fonnel, ably assisted by stu- -pcr
dents on the heavy equipment Exactly as Illustrated)
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training crews. APproximately t Plastic and fabric combined to II.. ear s' + beauty end ,
20,000 cubic! yards of soil was extra durability will flatter the strictest budget. f
required This was a tremendous
undertaking although the project .
j has now been finished. pr SOFABED PLATFORM ROCKER e 1

Staff who participated in the< 2 STEP TABLES . MATCHING CHAIR i

operation were Ingraham Lof MATCHING CC.VEE TABLE .2 SOFA PILLOWS

ton, homer! Wyatt, ."Robert E. .
Sparkman, and Charles Town- ,;;44O:: 2 BEAUTIFUL TABLE LAMPS \

send, and members of the voca- -oro.; Another Great Bodcock "Ctrfi/ied_ Vofuo"fafc
tional training crews were Toby J JI

Clark and William Davidson on

"even" days and Floyd Carter eP > _ilo>_JiSert.l3t.lc modern style Badcock's
and Roy Zeigler on "odd" days, decor creation I

Addition of the structures in -I CARLOAD SALE
this phase will do much to aug-

ment the existing program of: } 1
the school and in many Instances DESKS
will permit expansion of! J S "",fA 4 $ +.r' u ,

the normal activities. Tailored ?a
to fit the architectural schemeof e t "- '(
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the overall layout, these units .
will harmonize with the symmetry '"
of the full installation. I ;

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Feeding StationsDo .. .. P

you need more bIrd! feed- '. : Save $30 Student Dash,

Ing stations? A simple and economical .." Conventional

one can be made by .. i Modern Sofabed Desks
board between two ,,', : ', '. '. ,. i.f": : ; eel"jC. 4 and 5 Drawer
slipping a
,f .'A .,'" .. ".".. :! ( At Illustrated) Desks
wire dress hangers. Hang on a -'t .. .. : Mar+Oroof .,aet+e tool
tree limb, clothesline, play gymor ( .. :::..,.. ..Y., '"', ''i " y r , \' : The beautiful' modern linen of this mite eve u.rdr, built Nr bean etNrY1N
fence. .V< 11 [ ) ideal) for Florida's hoot One of our best "cer CheoN ILm, aloud,
: ,; ,: : -t1\\; tified Values." wtnN4 Lm.d, Mnoa.ne ob and

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Cat Dry Bath Save $S to $20

j I To give a cat a dry bath, use '. -- ,", ',".... .., t l} This Croup Inchtttt' : on yOU, 'choic.
corn: meal. Rub the corn meal MODERN SOFABED .
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uncooked I into the fur of your 4-4 1 MATCHING CLUB CHAIR a $IQ95

f pet and then brush or comb the ..... 1; "" N'..." ,. ARMLESS COCKTAIL CHAIR r ( To
"' 0, 595
t ___ [ '. ). ,.. '/'" "'.k ti
Cotton on Clothesline :>: '. q:. 2 ATTRACTIVE TABLE LAMPS :J

Small pieces of cotton soakedIn :to ,'-. t./ ,. !II.!, . ," :. ..-, ,'i'J .,..,. ..... . -A $199.95, -Value...'. ..-_,$17 Delivers ---.. 51,00 Down Deli-',1
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sweetened liquid poison and .. .::r;;, 'i! : ,'.<<< ""' ,....".,..<' ,..: '. "11 -....
pinned at each end of the ? :' .. :; < 1//:",: '" ::. ; < 1
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along the line and seek adventure .. :#1" 'j /h'> ' '

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= <$ p THESE TWO PICTURES show general scenes on the south shores of Lake Okeechobee, taken In ALFRED L. MEARES, JR.

; \ n ';;_ .If 1934, when the Okeechobee levees were under construction Eighty-five miles long, and built at OPEN FRIDAY AND SATURDAY NIGHT UNTIL 7:00: P. M.

"Anybody who a cost: in excess of $20 million between 1932 and 1938 their construction was authorized by Con- PLENTY OF FREE PARKING, SPACE
wants to livea
peaceful, quiet, uneventfullife gress after a visit to the area In 1929 by the then President-elect Herbert Hoover. The entire systemwas 215 W. N. PARK STREET''' OKEECHOBEE, FLORIDA

has Just picked the wrong created by an Act of Congress and was dedicated Thursday, Jan. 12 with Mr.. Hoover anda

time to live." large crowd of dignitaries on hand.

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ALL THIS TIME Nothing less than pure gold Hard-pressed nations have weight, zinc-coated, never-pop- ADRESS INSIDE PARCEL, .TOO
coinage suited Croesus, a later continued to experiment, how- ular penny of steel. I When mailing a parcel write
Lydian king who lost his throne ever, with materials ranging Oddly, a new fad has outmoded your return address 1 Inside 'as
WE THOUGHT IT and bulging coffers to the Per- from antimony to zinc. After the old admonition, '"Don't well as on the outside of the
sians In 546 B.C. The Persians World War I, Germany Issued take any wooden nickels" To package. If the wrapping should
were charmed with the Idea of coin of porcelain and papier- celebrate anniversaries and be torn off or the address oblit-'
AN F.D.R.IDEA making money out of geld! and 8y sy4ss9 memt,Drector, GAINES DOG RESEARCH CENTeR mache, Spanish loyalists print. other historic events, scores- of erated, the post office will still
the art gradually spread westward ed cardboard coins during the American towns now 1 issue know where toreturn_ it.
Britain's Royal Mint favors to the Mediterranean. civil war. Mussolini withdrew wooden nickels-as souvenirs
making money of plastic, an untried Though Lydlans are credited coins of precious content, sub- VINEGAR ROUTS RUST
ingredient In the world's with striking the first true coins, stituting steel lire. Use to
the Greeks the first The United States considered
tried-and-true coin recipes. produced
Government mints have had metal money of standard shape, minting a three-cent glass pieceIn I Cows will eat 3 per cent body from leaky faucets.
to improvise now and then, like size, content, and value. Having World War II to relieve the weight of white clover. They
an economy-minded chef, but many silver mines, they wentIn copper shortage. It sharply reduced seldom eat more than 2 per centof SPORTSMEN
the basic coinage materials heavily for silver. the percentage of copper I their body weight in stored The South has' about 9 mll-
have been gold, silver and cop The Greek city of Sparta, not I in nickels and issued a light- grasses. |lion sports fishermen
per, the National Geographic I surprisingly, shunned the glitterof
Society says gold and silver for solid iron I A DOG WILL SHARETHECOMPANY 0 1000e.ARMYENC/NESWHOW SPBNP
This has been true ever sincea money. As bulky iron was hardly NEXT WINTER INSIDE CREENLANDS POLAR ICE CAP M AM EXPERIMENT
legendary king of Lydia,i j suitable for jangling In one's IN SURVIVAl IN CASE OF A NUCLEAR HOLOCAUST SIZEaUICKSPECIAL
probably Gyges, called in the I wrap-around robe, the war-ob- THE SPECIAL
royal treasurers near the end of I sessed people were discouraged
the 7th century B. C. and said, i I from becoming spendthr, 1ft s. IYAST/FPSASAcFIFROMINDONESIA: II1,9 lhll I
In effect: "I've got a grand idea. There wasn't much to buy in ,
There's a lot of 'electrum lying:i, Sparta anyway.
around Lydia, so let's mint Copper, the basic alloying '
some money." agent from early times, was the
"Tell you what else," he may standard of monetary value in .w
have said "We can probablyget ancient Egypt and the young w M QryMbr.
by with 168.4 grains per Roman Empire. '11 1 11 f 1
coin for home use, but we'd bet. In time, silver took first placeas ..
ter step it up to 224 for trade the preferred ingredient of ....
with lonlo" coins throughout the Old World.
Pure Gold for Croesus One of the most famous ever IN NAIROBI,KENVA.THERE IS A MIT'
For better or worse, the world struck was the Roman denarius, INC1/ST Foe DOGS Of WOULP-BE OWNERS
was thus Introduced to hard a silver piece worth about 171 ANXIOUS TO PROTECT THEIR HOMES
cash made in Lydia from elEctrum -1 i cents In modern money. It was C IttO, Gaines Dog Rtuarch Cenler, JV. y. C.
a natural alloy of gold doubtless with denarii! that Joseph -
and silver. I paid the family taxes whenHere's ,
he and Mary traveled to Beth I But coinage has often been debased -
lehem on the eve of the first for greed as well asthtift.
Chrlstmastide Henry VIII greatly adulterated -
The Roman Emperor Augustu -I England's coinage to The Luxurious Ride
Enjoy Spirited
I I who died In A. D 14, put the the considerable advantage of ;
Empire! back on the gold standard his own purse. One particularly '
For neurly a thousand years II shabby coin earned him the At "
gold dominated the of nickname "Old .
a low priced Nylon coinage Coppernose"It "
v I was not until the prosperous
Tire you can4rust Europe.Coins Reflect Economy 19th century that world
Over the centuries, the con I powers possessed sufficient gold,I
tent of coins has reflected national silver and copper to produce:: INC.
95 health: the purer the I coins Jn variety and vast quantity : .
FAMOUS coin, the greater the prosperity. I
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Y I accessories. She wore the white y eild g-Fsglie Wedding I this paper. N:i

.... orchid from her bouquet. I ; Fire bug attendance! prize wasi
Party EnteliainedWith
X I lout of town relatives and won by Ramona Hair
guests were Mr. and Mrs. S \. Rehearsal Dinner I The Rescue committee reported -
Townsend, grandparents of the Mr. and Mrs Leon Yellding that a family of 13 persons, Science-Designed 1 Oil I Home t Furnaces!
groom, Mr. and Mrs S L.;Yelld entertained the Yelldlng-Faglie 10 of them children, had been
Yeilding-Faglie ing and 'son Michael of Gaines wedding party after the rehearsal taken care of for Christmas fVf r4n r
Wedding Was yUle, Mr and Mrs M M. Brin- with a dinner praty in, through the coperatlon and aide 5 9e a."jr
son of Ocala, Miss Nancy Milesof the annex of the Methodist of local merchants, civic organic ''"..
Outstanding Local Social Event Plant City, Mr and Mrs H church i zatlons and Sunday School classes
O Sharpless of West Palm A centerpiece of pink and They were provided with ii
Beach, Sam Bennett, Sr.. and white gladioli, mums- and car I food, clothing, toys and goodies New !
Mrs. Nern of Fort Pierce nations graced the bride's for the children. The auxiliary
I table, and pink and white place wishes to extend their heartfelt I
cards marked the guests' places. thanks to all those who made PUD-THERM
YyH Oddfellows And Guests included the bride and I this undertaking a success and 1r1Ii
Rebekahs Hold groom, tyr{ and Mrs R. M. Faglie, Christmas a happy one for tdese' 3 JnaS.

H Joint InstallationThe parents of the bride; Mr. and unfortunate people"Refreshments i 335E Oil Furnace
Mrs.Leon Yeildlng, parents of of cake, tidbits
local IOOF Hall was the the groom; Miss LaFaye Faglie, and tea was served to Cassie .
scene of much pomp and cer Mr and Mrs. S R Ralfsnider! Arnold, Wilma Williams, Pearl c for Nard-to-Neat
6I mony Friday when the Patriarch Mr and Mrs R. A. Hayes, Mrs Godwin, Inez Hornung, Kath
Militant Installation Teamof S. A Townsend, Mr. and Mrs. S. leen Williams, Ramona Hall and Rooms
this district performed joint L. Yeildlng, Mr and Mrs Rahl Joan Parker by the hostess Mrs
Installation ceremonies for the Wilkinson, Mr and Mrs Marshall Cone
local units. Pitts; Bob Wallace, Michael 1 $21.95Down
There were many visiting dig Yeildlng and Rev Rags- Safe Marker
nitaries, including those bearingthe dale For Color Slides y
titles of Grand Herald of Mr, and Mrs. Yellding were
the State of.Virginia, District assisted in entertaining by Mrs. When showing color slides to
Deputy Grand Master of New E H Hunt, Mrs Omr Hunt, friends, do you: often have to l :
w y I York, President Ladies Auxiliary Mrs J. H. McCranie and Misses. apologize because you have displayed -
... r Patriarch Militant of Florida -, Jane'and Merle Hunt. Aunt Ella standing on Installs in or against) the wall ,
kJre ', Senior Grand Warden of I her head or dear Grandpa hori Needs no ducts 60.000 BTU capacity
zontal A roll of the luminous
Ladles Encampment Auxiliary Volunteer Fil'emen"gAuxilih'l'Y
tape used on the backs of auto Whisper quiet New electric ignitor
of Florida, Past Orand President
4 Meets With mobiles will restore your reputation -
ke of Ladles Auxiliary Patriarch
Mis Lavaun Cone as a photographer. Cut
Militant of Florida, President of
to"' Joint Youth Committee of Florida The December monthly meet- tiny squares of the tape and SPECIAL
of the Okeechob'e Volunteer put one on the upper left hand
Treasurer of Joint Youth Ing
Committee of Florida, Past I Firemen's Auxiliary was corner of each slide. The little
"" red spot will tell you which edge Reg. Price $249.95MODEL
Grand Herald of New York, District )postponed due to the holidaysand
5 / v and which side of the
Deputy Grand Patriarch of was held on Jan 3 at 7:00: goes up
/ r d Florida p.m. in the home: of Mrs Lavaun slide should face the operator. 975 DUO THERM
Elected officers Installed Cone I The light from the projectorwill
make the tape gleam and SALE PRICE $169.95GILBERT'S
Oddfellows Noble Grand Troy President Cassle Arnold presided
make it possible for you to show
Stevens; Vice Grand, W C. Williams Following routine !tuslness:
; Recording Secre tar y,I the following officers were elected all your slides right side up.

John Cantrell; Financial Secretary for the coming year: President
and Treasurer, S .R. Ralf-I Wilma Williams; Vlce- Fish Scaler
snider; and for the Rebekahs President, Joan Parker; Secretary Fish can be scaled easily,
tr, Nobel Grand, Emma Lou Lee; :I Cassie Arnold, Treasurer, and safely If a round steel pot
f .Ij Vice Grand, Carrie Wilson; Recording Pearl Godwin; Chaplain, Inez I cleaner Is used instead of a
% Secretary, Ramona I Hornung, and Parliamentarian, knife.
Hall; Financial Secretary Wilma 'Kathleen Williams I
Williams; and Treasurer II The annual Joint Installation
Ethel Reichert. ceremonies and banquet, with I
.- Following the ceremonies the the Fire Department, will be
Javende"; I local ladies served refreshmentsof held on .Monday, Jan. 30 at 1:00:
Miss Betty Ann Faglie, the and white stag vanda
sandwiches, doughnuts, coffee p.m. In the Woman Club,
daughter of Mr and Mrs. R. M orchids Lavender satin shoes_ I
and tea to from It voted for the auxiliaryto
eight guests was
Faglie, became the of completed her outfit
I West Palm Beach, 12 from Stuart sponsor a Fire Queen. Con
Bennett Yelldlng, son of Mr The bridesmatron was Mrs
20 from Fort Pierce, one test to elect "Miss Flame of I
and Mrs Leon Yelldlng, on Malcolm Brinson of Ocala,
from from 11961' details of the contest
four New ,
Virginia : willi
Saturday evening, Dec 31, in a whose outfit was identical to
York.and 19 from Okeechobee. '1 be found In another article
candlelight cermony at the that of the Maid. of HonorS : .. .1
First Methodist Church i n Leon Yelldlng served his

Okeechobee brother as best man, and ushers Miami TypeAwning Windows I I37x38 +
Rev V J .Ragsdale performedthe were Marshall Pitts and Bob
double ring before Wallace: Michael Yellding, a
the altar banked with palms, 'nephew of the groom, served ask I % . "..._.. A.S.C. ., ....... ... .. ... $13.50 I

candelabra with lavender and junior groomsman. 37x50/ .... A.S.C.JALOUSIES. .. ..' .... $16.27 ,;
white candles and baskets of The mother of the bride wore

' white and and carnations.lavender mums., gladioli a which sheath featured dress, a of short,beige Jacket Unen, 37x38 3/s ....__.t.._.. -.... A.S.C.$10.50":.

The bride, given in marriage trimmed 'with lace medallionsand 37x50s/s u .._..._?........ A.S.C.-------......_._. $12.55
by her father, wore a bridal had matching accessories.Her .
gown of silk organza, appliqued corsage was a purple orchid WHY PAY MORE? the
with lace medallions The bodice The mother of the groom . only car

featured a scallopSd neckline chose a dress of royal blue Above Prices complete, delivered in Okeechobee ,
and long tapering sleeves. The crepe with blue cut beads out DEALERS INVITED
circular skirt, worn over hoops; lining a sweetheart neckline, .
was finished with a bustle bow and wore a white orchid: corsage y ., initsfieldbeautifully
and a chapel train. She wore a | Window Sales & Installation Co. I
finger tip white illusion veil| Immediately following the
caught in a coronet of p.iris wedding the couple was honored 1012 W. HILLSBOROUGII AVE. t t I
and carried a prayer book with a reception in the An Phone collect to place your order I
bouquet of a white orchid, surrounded nex of the' church. The brlc\s TAMPA: FLA. PHONE RE 6-4796 built to go.
by white carnationsand table was overlaid with an imported II I .
lilies of the valley. linen cloth and centered 1
Mrs. Burnett Bartlett, organist by a tiered wedding cake and
played traditional wedding silver candelabra. Mrs S. Leon
music and accompanied Mrs Yelldlng cut the wedding cake AMAZING NEW
Rahl Wilkinson who sang "En- for the guests Miss Nancy Mile
reat Me Not to Leave Thee"_, and and Mrs J. C. Bass presided at
"A Wedding Benediction". the punch table which was cen-1' SUPER BRU-LUX
The bride's sister, ,Miss LaFaye tered with a beautiful l arrange .
Faglie, maid of honor, wore a ment of lavender and white I|
street length dress of lavender mums and gladioli. Mrs: E. H"'
nylon sheer over taffeta, fea- Hunt Mrs J. H. McCranie, and
turing a bouffant over-skirt anda Mrs Lewis Dreese assisted with
satin cummerbund and bow. the reception: Mrs. R A Hayes, WITH ISO-TAL1C i

Her headpiece was a bandeauof the bride's aunt, kept the bilde AND ODORLESS SOLVENTS ir1&1a
lavender nylon leaves with book |I -
matching net veil. She carried Fqr traveling, the bride chose|
a crescent-shaped bouquet of a black velvet suit with white,, I 11
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E lrrn pis;-\r\\rt \ 11 30,000 of the is the year most It's famous every number '61- HPRCSM\ \\ Tllr. '61 FORD

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How'can Ford do lubricates Itself You I! 'normally go 10000 miles
ftn I Ir t it? Conventional : : :
between clussit luhncjl o is I II II t\\ t chassis lubrication fittings $400 and like about: 20\minutes I ) because Ford
; : nil repliccil convention d I grease (mints I with. a
I have been replaced with sealed-in lubrication system

metal Cleans Its own oil-You'!II po 4,000 miles betweenoil
plugs that : ::
help protect ,
t chnnan because hord hull Mow oil /lilter fives
I each' lubrication point you filtration through fibers . trapping more dirt
t against than any other type of filler( nude
abrasive mud dirt and dust. Adjusts lie own brakes-New Truck Size brakes

And then, for only about $4 adjust themselves!-uu/oiiiaiuully.
Okeechobee's finest restaurant offers the best Guards Its own muffli'r-ford mufflers are doiblc-'
its to be and about 20 minutes your Ford wrapped and uli mi med to last three In.as as long
in dining comfort and urges patrons SUPER BRU-LUX ENAMEL as ordinary mulllers
are relax is ready for another 30,000''
comfortable. Come "dressed as you Protects Its own body-All vital undei hotly parts
and be served be served portions . This is j just one of the are specially, processed I la resist 1 rust and
generous Approved by the American MediL_ ..::: many even to gjlvani/ing the body panel I r'h'i'hc: ;
be served promptly and- efficiently . and ourprices cal Association, Bruning Super J'.j' ways the '61 Ford is built to doors. .

reasonable The 'person having the Dru-Iux: Enamel is non-toxic . i 16 of Takes care of Its own finish i -Just wash and Glenn
are I take care itself. Your Ford : :
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Phone Number Rodeo 2-2831 will receive a, free 8Rs Dealer can show more. to gluten like new It ne\tr needs waxing
pets. 'L fl"I' you

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.. i i I G & S BUILDERSNEXT I Okeechobee Motor Company

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Continues At Price in this ad are effective -
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Rapid PaceFor STEAK SAft through Saturday, i

road and the 17th bridge straight construction month, 'January 14
projects In Florida have exceeded -
the $200 million mark, the
State Road Department announced .
: today.
In a monthly progress report,
Road"Tioard chairman William Your _
B. Killian said the Road Ds- -
"partment's' In November construction totalled more projects ROUND choice /
than $210 million. Monthly totals f/Jetia//
have exceeded $200 million steak

since There July'of was no 1959 bid, Killian letting said.'In .f." ,. ......'''....'
November, -tut' $210,349,231' In /
projects: continued, from previ-
ous During months.the month, contractswere ;: round
executed,for road :
and bridge formally construction total GFRESHLYR OUJN. iD' steak : ,, i' :
ling pleted$2,414,524 and accepted while work they3-dthe) com- : lE I C H;;1, -
Road Department In LII MIY POP ripl nO'CLOCi
period amounted to 2773227. I This figure Includes: work on MINUTE CUBED OR"SUPER.RIGHT" L +
itu'ie'' than 170 miles of new .9IfI! -a
m Interstate!!'', of primary highways and plus 402 345 of
"secondaryboth, new and improved Top R-ou "d': Your !
District! Four-which includes
heavily populated Dade!! DrJW-
ard and Palm Beach countiesled -. choice 9
,In way the In amount November of with work'a under total BONELESS Evap Milk ctn of 679c

District of $57.820,358.Five, Including 12: I lb. A & P's OWN SAIL-
counties In the central part of
the number state of, set projects the pace with In a,total the Sirloin Tip eter g ent giant pkg 49c"SUPERRIGHT"
of 70, followed closely by Dls
trkt Two In northeast Florida .. BRAND
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with 69. HEAVY :
district totals,'in November WESTERN GRAIN FED STEED BEEF Lunch Meat 12-o*. 35cROASTS
were District as follows One-55: contracts In: Ground Beef 3 ib 1.45 Can
14 counties totalling $35,787,08:. MAHATMA LONG GRAIN
District Two-69 contracts In "SUPER.RIGHT" YOUNG TENDER SLICED
1C counties totalling $41,209,433 .. Fancy Rice 3 ib l 49
in District 16 counties Three totalling- 48 contracts$27...44- : Beef Liver ib 35 Pkg
District Four-44 contracts in 1: BONELESS "SUPER-RIGHT" TENDER SMOKED
9 counties totalling $57.826,358.District ickles
Five--70 contracts 1 In 22 oz jar 29c
12 counties totalling $47,682,096 Rump ib 89c PICNICS

When storing tennis rackets: ,
rub the strings with vaseline to ..;<; Bakery
keep them from snapping. SIRLOIN 'i. ; K !.r'j .
TIP ib 99c < .'":"f : Treats

I :............................................. JANE PARKER
.. .. e. ... .. ........... ORCAP'N Z9' FRESHLY BAKED


.3 SUPER January MONDAY SIIOQK 16 SHOWS Fl LOUNDER Sliced Picnics ib 35 Mince Pie 5"SUPERRIGHT" :


FIRST TIME HEREI SPare Ribs lb 39c Green Beans 2pk g 8z' 33


I 1 lib. Pkg Sliced Bacon 2 Box lb, 99' Limas *%;r5*. 33C

HADDOCK 1-lb.pkg.59c PORK SAUSAGE 1-lb.bag39c Jane Parker ENRICHED

Minsltr lmiri nt or! ,
\ SHRIMP 75c POT 'PIES 2 for 49c SUNSHINE Mb. Pkg. 35c
sill Girls ............................................. TEA NAPKINS
+ Ai kt lefore :.1 2 Pkgs. 23c
j Itear I "K>) : Fresh Fruits & Vegetables DINNER NAPKINS
MARCAL EMBOSSED-40's. Pkg. 17c
SMwN nva s.w / GOLDEN RIPE \ MARCAL EMBOSSED-60'. _...m 2 Pkgs. 21c
TNPERSOH CELERY MARCAL HANKIES-100's -- -. -. 3 Pkgs. 25c
KING KONG Bananas 3 -I|bs 2 9 C TOILET TISSUE ,

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-lire saakas Aaa* 'APPLES 1 lb I bag 39 SOFT WEVE
TMutn! Lettuce SCOTT u U.n 2 Rolls 27c
FIRM RED RIPE-lb. or ctn.Tomatoes. ALUMINUM FOIL

REYNOLD'SPAPER om -- -00 __' h_ 25-ft. Roll 33c
2 for f 29 head 19 C CUPS

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INI'I/ / I I I "33"Hood BLEACH I TEA Tetley BAGS. I
. I /2 Gal. Jug 33c 48$ n 67c

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Calo Gerber Strained Powdered Bleach Greenwood Stokley's Golden I CLEANER LESTOILCAT
GIRISYOU! PHIN r r.Siarn$0OUr 2 15/-oz. Car o___ 27c 6 3oz.. Jars -'- mo 6Sc of 10 49c 16oz. Jar ... 29c No. 303 Can 21c I Pint Bottle 33CL.