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: May 26, 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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MOOR Volume 50-Number 40'' OUtchobt, Florida, May 26, 1961 Telephone ROdeo 2-3221 and 2-3141 lOe Per Copy

In an attempt to establish sub

eruption ex.piration.dates The

Okeechobee News sent out postcards : ... r John Fulton

to all known subscribers :. -. 'i- ,. .tt' W: COUNTY
asking cooperation The subscription Named ,
: :: County
;; '
list was destroyed in The '; '

News fire last. January The res ; Welfare WorkerMrs

pone! has been wonderful but : ; "
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there are still several hu'ldredp t 8 Hiram Raulerson and

I rsons who did not answer. But =- '. Mrs Clyde Christopher of role FAVORSI
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we received such replies as this: t-- .. jj I Board of Directors of the District
"I have tried to remember when State of Floriida Department ol'

my subscriiption expires, and I -:. :i ;1: Public Welfare, have announuced

have come to the conclusion that ,,- '1"; .i,. the appointment of John M Fulton LANINGA

it has already expired. So I am ... ---.',"-:::. ',, \.r..;fl ,, '.,.) as Child Welfare Worker for
enclosing a check for $300 for : =: > : )- I Okeechobee County
. ..---.. .t" I ,. h I 1 .
another years subscription. -'::-.-- : :r 1l f :: Fulton letter from the Indian River
born and
Thanking you for your coopera 1t '," : .. t : County Commission
Won and to let you know how we : \< in Stuart After completion of .;.... stating thata
f ;. high school in Stuart, Fulton -l proposed road to !the Okeechobee
enjoy receiving the paper I am entered Stetson :- County line would be extended -
Uiiversity, graduating
in the barber business in Opa k---: j: 'J. , but definite
plans for its
with IDlE .
a Degree. After '..1'1\ >
Locka and have \ -
a trallor homeat -t ttu..I:7
\ I completion were not
11mi. graduation Fulton '
taught school .
Taylor Creek, so we enjoy read. .1 ... :.,."' :lIIt!A..MIi. letter
..... ':', .: \., ..\ : / for one year at the Moore Haven was written In reply to a
tog about the activities of Okee : 51; \
also enjoy reading your news ::: 1958, he has been employed by shipment to the eastern seaboard states at the Attorney W, L. Hendry, Hen-

also My paper has a greater t : ; < ;: the state of Florida Department siding at the SAL railroad in Okeechobee. It is dry sought the information following
number of ;
readers than most of : J '" a request at the last
jour publications -L AM1. .l ,.. .,!: .'Ii. of Public Welfare, first as a Public estimated that about 75 cars will be loaded by Ira meeting for three miles of
1Yo- new
.JfJJI.1..J:::.. ) Assistant worker and then as
kinson 't"I>t Priest of Fort Pierce who has 220 in
366 Opa Locka Blvd, Opa Child Welfare a acre crop road near the north county line ;
a Worker
Locka: Floriida FISHING GETS BETTER In the OkeeCounty Judge, with all the bass the the Bassinger community Priest says that the crop to meet the Indian River extension

"My subscription expires on chobee area every day and here is law allows. Both men told the Okee! the An citizens appeal of is being made to was averaging about 1000 melons to the acre this The request was made by
the the 4th day of July, 1961. For. I the proof. Shown at right is Joe chobee News photographer where they for foster boarding homes county for year, but the crop was not near ,as productive as it Richard: Sudbrock The new road
many :year that Ammon Medelton would vast
open a virgin
and you hove sent the Underhill, local barber, with a string made the big catch, but the information children who are In need of sucha has been In the past years, and would have been to development, Sudbrock area contended

Okeechobee News to me I have of 35 large bream he caught Wednes was so incoherent that it was home. These children are from much less, had he not irrigated, however he stated The board voted to makea

found k the source of a great day morning on a popping fly. At left worthless Okeechobee county and need a that the Charleston Grays was averaging about 30 survey of the proposed route

deal: of pleasure and information. is G. E (Bo) Bryant, Okeechobee home In which they can find love, pounds, the largest found to date weighed about
I understanding and adequate phy Olen Godwin, fire chief, and
was grieved at
fire andI
know it has been your an immeasurable I steal care, which is needed by 56 pounds Priest has been loading in this community Earl Turner of Turner Machine

loss to all the citizens of Little LeagueIn One Dead Three Hurt every child If he or she is to for the past four or five years, and has a full Shop in Fort' Pierce, appeared

FloridaSamuel D. Wallace grow into a happy normal citizenof crew on hand to ,see that his crop reaches the before the board to make recommendations
I Third Week tomorrow, Fulton said for the sure of water
I markets in time to assure the customers of really
tank to be carried on the new
If you didnt get one of the Of Play HereAs In The need for foster homes in fresh melons from the Okeechobee area fire truck Turner, who has.sup.
cards, how about writing or callIng Car-Train Crash Okeechobee county Is urgent, as f
plied the tanks for Fort, Pierce
the third week of Little
the News and telling us when there are just not enough homes
your subscription expires: League baseball swung Into action for the children needing care Commissioners To fire trucks Godwin, was there by the request 1

Goolsby Dairy team was In One person Is deed and three The State Department of Public Agree of He warned
the leading spot with five wins others critically injured as the against too large a tank, suggesting
The leasing of a three-room Power Squadron Welfare has a certain number of
There have been result of train automobile : one of SCO gallon capacity
house no postponed a accident
in all requirements for the
quiet .white residential licensing of
section of Okeechobee to games thus far, Last year many Plans Activity which occurred In Cypress a foster home These require. Road Survey In North Co. Many fires'! would be in brush
and a larger tank might be
I too
Quarters about
rained 11:30 Saturday
a Mexican family of games were out. : a. m. ments not strict
18 (tat'aright are but are a
much for he
heavy driving said
I Spectator Interest is increasingwith OkeechobeeExplanation ,
18, and another on the precautionary measure provided
way) has created resentment toward each game, the coaches and Mario Medina, Jr.. age five, In the best Interest of the child County Attorney W, L. Ilendryread A representative for the con

the owner of the house who managers say. There has been of activities of a died from injuries received in the made of the home situation, a McDougald the reply to a letter he sent tractor of the new hospital mad t ta

lives next door. When neighbors some confusion because this year rower Squadron for Okeechobeewere accident The other three occupants sanitary inspection is conducted' Named President to the State Rood Department request for fill dirt at the

protested the move, Sheriff J. C all Little League games are being to be explained to Boat of the car, Mario Madina, by the County Health Department requesting information concernIng : building. They are about a month
McPherson, Major Donald Mack played on a diamond established Club members at their meeting; driver of the car, Felix Hernan and medical examinations' Bank I. ahead of schedule!, he said The
on the football field. First den and Manuel Perez in the Everglades plans for fourJaneing US 441
and city police investigated and Thursday night at the county are tre necessary for the family board agreed to supply the fill
. sated the owner to have dienmlv game starts at 5:45 and are ujuallf commission room in the courthouse Louisiana Raulerson hospital through Okeechobee county, at
/ nuwe That.'was a month ovtc bxj PwFu., ,_. Acting Commodore Leon M ere reported in jerfous-oon. '.group. Announcement has been made the meeting of the Board of Bill Presley! representing the
alto aM the ph ot rubbish in Games this year seem to be I and Berger'.and.. n.. .1 meeting 'Utio.They .*r* tmcraot worker The department would like toy that S. H McDougald, former County Commissioners Tuesday Fort ,Drum cemetery board appeared
the front lawn continues to grow tauter, .. J loweroorta .codetU 'was scheduled for 7;30 p. "hi residing in Okeeolmbe tor- point out that the Foster Home vice president of the Okeechobee morning to ask that a motion be
and the shnll! voices of with fewer errors. There has The Power Squadron is an organization past two months PfWrwn if not a' fitMMMi l mess accepted by the board
more to Ooumgr-Bantt h.. b* a eluted According( to the letter, the county ,
than a dozen Spanish-speaking been all the drama of big league : to teach navigation Exact cause of the accident I supplement the family Income: president of the Bank of Ever state asks that the county furnish for record, granting permission!

children continue to annoy surrounding ball In the few games already and water safety. Regular dass- has not been determined at this Payment funds for board, largely from giades in Everglades\ MbDoug- I right of way from the city limits! to place a lock on the north gate ,

property owers. The Ignorant played There have been home es are held, it is said, and that writing Survivors of the accident made sunttad by tin 'county, ta mid mid he will move either to each direction, north! and south, of the cemetery The drive

Mexicans are not to be runs, double plays force-outs the courses are so thorough that have remained In too serious a children monthly as follows: $30 for Everglades or Naples in the near to th ecounty lines They require through the cemetery k being

biamed but they will take the The pitching has been good and pilots !licenses may be obtainedby condition to be questioned by !the to age one; $44 for children future He will assume I his dutiesat 100 feet each way from the center used for through traffic from the

brunt of the punishment should the kids have developed good persons passing the tests. investigating authorities but it is for one to six years o. age: $49 the Bank June 1. line from Wayside Park road' north of the cemetery to

neighbors resort to violence to batting ability. This was to be the second believed that the driver did not age six to twelve; and $52 for three miles south of town to the the state road on the south

force the family out. The sheriff The Little League movement Is meeting of the reorganized Boat see the train There were no skid older children. Medical, dental McDougald bas been In Okee city limits and from the north Many trucks use the crossover,

bas warned the family and the no small item in Okechobee It Club, which now meets! twice a marks to indicate that he applied and clothing expenses are paid chobee for several months as referee city limits to the Osceda County he said The board agreed to

owner of the house that he can Is estimated at least 3000 persons month, on the second and fourth brakes before driving onto the by the department In the bankruptcy of McCJel- line. From the park, south, to make a trip to Fort Drum and

not furnish around-the-clock protection : are involved, including the Thursday nights Officers will be tracks There is a great need for both Ian Enterprises. He said he will the Martin County line they ask itv; stigate Tuesday afternoon, In

for them It is hoped the players, managers, sponsors, elected in July When Boat Club The vehicle was going north white and colored foster homes continue in that capacity and for SO,feet on the north side from other ,business the board

Mexican family will quietly coaches and spectators activities were suspended a and was struck by the west Persona interested are requested would be in Okeechobee over the the center line and 75 feet to

move to their proper environ Pony League activity is con couple] of years ago there were bound 1130: passenger train to write the State of Florida week ends untl the Is relieved of the south. They also stipulate VOTED to advertise for equipment .

merit We do not approve of violence ducted on the ball diamonds at some 80 members There has The train was reportedly travelIng Department of Public Welfare, the job by the court. zoning I for the fire truck.
the high school It is composed of been considerable interest In the at 75 mph at the tune of PO Box 271 Fort fierce: or AGREED to a request for culverts I.

boys in the 12-15 age group and reorganization and members say the crash The car was hurled 32 contact John Fulton by telephone Okeechobee county has not yet to entrances on US 441

New products uncovered by the of more proficient ball players. that there probably will be a yards from the track, according or appointment et the State Department Report BreakinsIn the adopted four county zoning Plans for north and what was called the

market development and The action is fast and errors are larger membership ander the to Deputy Sheriff Harold Hancock of Public Welfare at laming will be drawn'l Thompson Underbill road The
research the l letter said after
fewer. new set up.State the Okeechobee Court House every Okeechohee right request was made by J D,
department of the Ohio
has been secured. will
It all
Farm Bureau Include these Disposable This year, for the first time. An investigator for the railroad Thursday afternoon from 1:00: not Brette
with : there is a colored Little League was in town Monday and Tuesday to 3:oo p.m.Brownics. A series of breaking have be required at one time, by the GAVE a $5 weekly Increase to
frying pans eggs three but could be contactedby plagued local businessmen in the state. The board voted to accept Wade Walker bulldozer
inside (fry the eggs discard the consisting of four teams, Takes Part not the state county
) frozen cubes from Okeechobee and one from a News reporter. Sheriff J. C last few days according to a report proposal operator Motion was made ,by
pan ; eggnog ; egg
vhttea in a spray can; cigarettes the Florida School for Boys. In Taylor CreekWatershed McPherson end Deputy Hancock Enjoy by the sheriff department In reply for a request for traf R. J. Robinson and seconded by

flavored with licorice cocoa vamlla Games are played at Cypress investigated the accident. No Three break-dna occurred on tic control for congested areas L. E Herbert The motion was

dates, honey, maple clove Quarters and at the School for DealThe charges were made pending fur Outings On the night of Tuesday, May 16. I 10 the county, the state agreed to carried 4 to 1. Chairman John
(her investigation make a of traffic conditions Pearce opposed the move
and cmammon. and powdered Boys Douhle II Ranch Entry was forced at the Attaway survey
applesauce Leo Gagnon, who has been state cabinet Tuesday authorized Lumber Co, Meekins, Inc, and and take corrective mea VOTED to buy a water cooler
serving as commissioner for the the State Boys School at cures for traffic control.lIarkhaUl for the court house. Motion was
--- Mrs. Haynes Ranch Fertilizer Co. Coke
youth leagues, Wednesday an Okeechobee to participate in ContractAwarded Williams, advisorof machines ebroken made by Robinson, seconded' by
the wer in
Legion Installs nounced that he has resigned. No the Taylor Creek Watershed project Brownie Troops of Okee open Raulerson
For chobee has in the last three places A petty cash box
reason was given in the Okeechobee area PASSED a motion by Herbert,
New weeks taken the three was taken from Meekins containing Puts
Arthur Dozier, director of the troops a seconded by Raulerson,' to buy
Little League Standings: Lock troop at a time, to visit their about $:XI. Several dollars in
: child two flood lights to be placed in
training division said the
will be a joint Installa. W L Pet ranch, the Double H Ranch, for change wire taken from the machines 2 Bills In Hopper
I front of the court house
project will result in I
:200 acres
ion of Legion and Auxiliary of ,' Goolsby ...... . .. ... .5 0 1000 of marshlands the site Pass Painting Co. of Miami has the week end. in all three places. AGREED advertise. for bids
on being
fusers at the Legion Hall Wed. Ford ... ..... .. .... ,3 1 .750 been awarded en $18,750 contractby The girls spent Friday night Two local bills were introducedin
the house
made available for The P. P, Evans Mercantilewas for having court annex
Besday, May 31 A catfish supper Broward ... .. ... .. ... .2 2 500 use the US Army Corps of Engin and Saturday at the ranch and the legislature! last week by .
The state will put $3.000 toward broken into the of painted (the old county barn),
will be served promptly 7.00 Wherrell ... ... .. .. .. ,2 2 .500Attaway up eers for sandblasting end painting enjoyed horseback riding and morning Rep W, Allen Markham. The
the $100,000 in local funds May 18 Entry was made by DISCUSSED, at length, road
and Installation ceremonies are .., .. .. .2 2 .500 the metal surfaces of the St singing around the camp fire first would require publishing of .
required for the water control breaking glass in the front right of and bridge specifications
to begin at 8 clock. All Legion feirell ..... .. .. ... .0 5 .000 Lucie Lock and Spillway on the There were approximately 50 a minutes of the board of county ways
project. The federal door Three four ..
government or pairs
and Auxiliary members
are urged Brownies and their commissioners and the board of
(10 attend is providing! $900,000. Okeechobee Waterway group leaders shoes, several pairs of pants and
Located between Stuart and making the trips public Instruction and the second ,
taken, An inventory
Baccalurealc Lake Okeechobee, the lock will Activities of the Brownie and will be were required to determine would establish* a small claims Mrs. George Hicks! and daughter

Bid Is LctOn"Elcmentary be closed to navigation from Girl Scout Troops will end Wed If anything else is missing court here Deny and Mrs. Jimmie Smith

Services June ,I June 5 until July 6. according to nesday, May 31 with the annual Evans said No cash was Both bills were referred to and children spent Saturday'1a

a recent notice published by the splash party at the pool taken committees. Sebring.

Baccalaureate Services for the Corps of Engineers Pasage will The two groups<< will enjoy a i

1961 graduating class of Okee School Here be possible, however, through the chicken supper in the park at 5 County and city officials are

chobee high school will be held old lock chamber for vessels I[o'clock of that evening! and adjourn Investigating No arrests have

Sunday evening, June 4 at 8 p,min According to information received small enough to permit usage! to the pod at six. been made, to date. t

r the school auditorium from Omar L. Hunt, superintendent The old lock chamber will be operated

Rev. V. J. Ragsdale pastor of the Board of Public daily from 8 to f a. m '

the Methodist church, will deliver Instruction meeting in special and 4 to 5 p m. I Three Vehicles InvolvedIn .ft

the sermon. I session May 19, received bids for The regular lock has to be de-

Graduation exercises will be the 1961 addition! ? to the Okee. watered so the painting and repairs

held the following evening, June chobee! County Schools as follow: can be completed Nine Monday Accidentpassenger
firms submitted bids on the project
5, at 6 p. m. in the auditorium Bay Lein . . . . ... .. .$ 90,000

Mrs Burnett Bartlett, pianist R Vance Smith .. . .. .. 94970 .
will play for both services. A three vehicle crash Monday In the M/oylan car
Jack Jolley " ... ..... .. 94965 '
} k Ridge Builders ...... .. .. 95,949 Came Board morning five miles west of Okee The accident occurred when

Atla Corp. . . . .. .. 96478 chobee on State Rood 70 involved Moylan crossed the center line,

Last Rites Held Misik & Lester ....... .. 96,890 To Meet May 26A a Pontiac driven by Donald hitting the wheel of the transport
Ray Moylan of Palm Beach
W W Arnold .......... 99,880 : then skidded out of control
for Medina Child regular business meeting of an International tractor-hailer, for 134 feet: hitting vehicle number
G It S Builders ..,.., ..lOffOOO o r S + ,
Michael Echols son of Mrs the Game and Fresh Water Fish\ driven by William Henry '.Thomas two and skidded 110 miles ?

Mary Echols, was graduated Funeral services were held The above bid was for the con Commission will be held at the Jr, of Fort Pierce, and an Into the ditch!

from the Florida Military School Tuesday morning at the Church stmctkm of one wing, consisting Conference Room, Howard John International truck and trailer, The driver of the second truck I

at Deland Saturday May 20, at of the Sacred Heart, with Fr Mi of five classrooms and toilet fa son Motor lodge, Tampa, at 9:00 driven by Aaron Fields of Fort was partly off of the road whenthe MARY ANN VEASEr' BEVERLY FORTNER

graduation ceremonies on the chad Beerhalter officiating for cikties for the Okeechobee Primary a. m Friday, May 26, according Pierce The two trucks were owned accident occured but skidded I Chosen for Valedictorian of Contest and pictures were sent to

campus Michael has attended Mariano Medino. Jr., ion f Mr. School, and three classrooms to A. D. Aldrich, director by Hertz Rentals of Tampa. 185 feet into the ditch after the the Okeechobee High School this Darren McGavin, star of the TV

the Military School for the leadatlendtlrag and Mrs. Mariano Medino. The with toilet facilities. for The meeting cite is located at Injured in the adcdent was impact: Beverly 'rortner and series Riverboat, who judged the

two years, and will be five year old child died Saturday. the Douglas) Brown School Gandy Boulevard and Dale Ma. Harry Mitohem of Palm Beach, FHP Trooper Wilbur Woods, year was contest Winner was Mary Faith

(he University of Florida in the The family had lived in Okee The Board accepted. the low bry Highway, one mile east of who received three broken ribs, who Investigated the accident, Salutatorian was Mary Ann Vea Davis, and runner-up in the contest

SaL chobee for the past two months bid submitted by Ray Leln, and Candy Bridge, cuts and bruises, and Donald Ray placed charges aglnst Moylan for sey, Each was chosen for their was Nina Dale Powell Third

Attending the graduation were One brother, Rlca-do: : survives, work Is scheduled to be complet Moylan, who was treated for a driving on the wrong side of the high Khoestic average during place was won by Merle Hunt,

Mr. EchoU. MadelinePadgett, in addition to the parents ed in 90 calendar days in order Mrs Quillle Hazellief and son broken nose, cuts and bruises at highway. the years of study' Mary Faith was also chosen

David Echol: Helen Reynolds, Burial was in toe Okeechobee for the facilities to be available Joe spent the week end visiting the Louisiana Raulerson! Hoepital Damages to the three vehicles During the school year the Homecoming Queen' by the Student >

Eddl Bowni and Merle Hunt. Cemetery. by September 1st I in-Miami. and released Mitchum was a amounted to $1823 "Yearbook1 sponsored a Beauty Body,

f of. 4

.. News, Friday, May 26, 1961 Page 2 I will, first 'decompress" the patient morphine because this drug can fer to an excessive secretion of know how to rid people entirelyof
by running a tube down cause the patient to say he is cetera (fat) in the 'ikJn. I doubt some of even the commoner rearae.+.ws.rw peerrae.uaw..pa1NERE'S
. Intestinal Obstruction I through his note and stomach into fine when really he la beaded IT the condition Is'catching, and diseases. What cheers me and
his bowel, By exerting auction for death IL Is not dangerous I have had' elves me hope Is that men now
on this tube he often will remove PAROXYSMAL TACHYCARDIAThis a mild form o( it on my scalp are studying the chemistry of the
One of the fairly common causes plugged with a piece of lettuce or the gas and put a stop to the Is a curious disease In and forehead al I my life, and It skin,
of death, usually in older per. fruit skin Then, the man probably powerful contractions of the bowels which, suddenly, the patients probably accounts for the loss of ..r A
sons, Is Intestinal obstruction It will have to be operated on which are so distressing and pulse will start racing so fast It most of my hair In the past, Dr. Alvarez' booklet on 311.
so likely to lead to a sate of can hardly be counted. Then, justas '
is Important that it be recognized quickly. skin specialists! usually have given tones and gallbladder disease
quickly because, otherwise, the What are the symptoms? They shock and toxlcity suddenly! the racing will stop, an ointment containing some I may be obtained by sending 23 DIFFERENCEAll
patient is likely to lose his life. vary with the location of the ob After the patient has been gotten and the heart will be acting sulfur and a UtUe salicylic acid i cents and a large, stamped self
What happens often ia that a struction. If the upper part of into a good condition, he can normally again. Uusually! during Using this my fattier tried to I addressed envelope! with your request
man with a rupture gets a loop be operated on with a much the spell, the person feels uncomfortable his hair and later I used I '
save .
the small bowel is obstructed, the to Dr. Walter C. Alvarez, SHILL HOMES AH NOT AUKJI N* .*.. Ml hM MUM
cl bowel pinched in the hole in symptoms are likely to be violent greater chance: of recovery than and anxious. Usually It, and we both became almost Dept. TO, The Register and Tribune tm inMih Ih. _iMlltv _,..1.,., ew.u..Mwd.wn,0I.d. ".
his groin and cannot get it to go with much vomiting and if he had been rushed to the operating examination of the heart falls, to bald Unfortunately, even the Syndicate, Box 957, Des :1t ipMlllcalloni: >I: Jim' WilIM.N*M*at.d lh:..Mm*_1 I.w._.:1.0,
back up. Then his life depends on pain and toxicity The man then room when he came Into show anything wrong with It, and ablest akIn specialists still do not Moines 4, Iowa. Why "kinmnlrvalm...pl aft .. { wylMli willTiBsr., (i_th..,i70WO_hm Jim MtlrflW l W.l!.. __
his getting quickly to a surgeon: may soon die; but If the obstruction the hospital so one suspects that the cause; Is - .II... -.. '...1.
who will cut the tight ring Sometimes should a nervous storm of some kind
comes on slowly In the colon One thing that all people
a loop of bowel gets caughtin (large bowel), there may be know is that a purgative must I have never had any fear of the
an Internal rupture, or it will bloating rhythmic pain, and nau NEVER be given to a person disease because I have known BO
lei under adhesion, has serious abdominal pain many person who had hid spells
caught an or sea, without much toxicity. Sometimes tx>
the bowel; will get twWed (a volvulus with each bborllke pain, of a type which could be due to of It off and on for 20 year or NOTICEADAMS
) and then it won't be able o segment of bowel will be seen (in childhood) an acute appendicitis ! more.
tojintwlst! or rarely one part of to rise up. Then with a gurgle or in an older person, to Usually I ask the patients to.
the-bowel will telescope into the and the temporary cessation of an intestinal obstruction. keep a record of unusual happenings 1Mtp p
sell i ment Just below it. Sometimes pain, the loop will fall down and Why? Because in these cases, or unusual foods eaten to SHE
in the case of a man witha disappear. Usually, with a severe the giving of a purgative commonly see If they can discover anything GARAGE has a new 69 NEWI!
-napkin ring" type of cancer obstruction the person is unableto makes the situation so that tend to trigger a spell. "
ef f .the bowel the ring will grow peas gas or fecal matter. much more acute that the person There are drugs that sometimes We have two good
will help, but I think most
almost doted, OC'it will become Nowadays, the surgeon often dies. It is well, also, not to give heart FETIMESLIWONDERWIDING
specialists prefer not to use them.
Sometime the person discovers mechanics for general repairs & He (/.!. to rite w MT .... ftoUwJ .M, W* eat
lie loot, tpltiiter .f ...... rtflMiwnt !MI..... .. $._.
some position can get into,
or something he can do that welding parts for all makescars NEW "WONDmWOOD"LUfcllME MEW "RAISE MAKER" TI.
HOW seems to shorten the duration of !: : S1DINO. NO NANCE FLAN. Monthly pay
TRADE AND SAVE rain to rl.. or mar the mints now lower than ever.
SEBORRHEAL a spell. DERMATITIS & trucks. splinter sill : 'I'lf palut ht Will sates Available cost. Juit pay 6BIHT'NOWIa rail In

Many people write to say that
because of a skin eruption, perhaps ROAD SERVICE Over 50 Models to Choott From
on their forehead, they wentto
a skin specialist end be said Built On Your Lot Anywhe>r.lOKEECHOBEZ
Good Used Cars For Sale
they had a wborrheal dermatitis. FLORIDA
Moil This fieP*n T.daydOkeechob. ...
He gave them an ointment which! Hlfhuay(S bibs. Ko 441, .r North Hwy. IS) II And I0w..N.. ..JIM w.htr"_
helped, but hasn't cured Now, Y'all come We're trading wild Phone F. O. Box 110 tit 1-1801 COLLECT t..d.dwdw my lot ..,-.0
they ask me what the disease is; N...
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BOARD Of Oct. 9 4G-Teeclw-Wort-:De0I -' Also-All the tight: title and Interest Okeechobee News, Friday, May 26, 1961 Page 4 I Rev. Dickson !
PUBLIC INSTRUCTION Holiday tor Students of the grantors In and to I DINNERWARE

The Board of Public Instruction second payroll Martin St, and those portions of Mrs. Margaret Frish, R I* Inez Hayes, Jeanette King, L> Kiwanis Speaker
met in regular tees-Ion May 1, Oct. 24 40-Student days, second I Avacado Ave, Dogwood Ave, Brown, Johnny M. Klnsaul Miss rena Thompson and Gertrude
1961, wits! all members present attendance report Myrtle Ave and Pine Ave, together Shirley Whitt. Miss: Betty Echols, Womack Chaplain John M. Dickson,
The Superintendent and general Nov. 6 60 Teacher Work Days- with all alleys! lying W of a George Bellamy, Mrs. Elizabeth Okeechobee Primary School Protestant Chaplain of lie Flor With the purchase of any f
supervisor were also present. The third payroll line dividing! Lots 4 and 5 and Hobson, James Kelly, Mrs. Lot Mary Breland, Esther Bass, Veronica Ida School for Boys at Okeechobee
minutes 1 ( the meetings April 3, Nov. 11 Veterans' Day, Saturday Lots 12 and 13 of said Blocks 1, tie Raulerson; Robert Raulerson, Bass Juanita Burl and was guest speaker at the FRIGIDAIRE APPLIANCE
April 11 and April 24 were read Nov. 21 60 Student Days-End (, 7 and 18 of Pinewood Hts. Exceptlng Frank Reeves, Mrs. Rosa Rim- Florrie Walters regular weekly meetin gel the )
and approved.Mrs. second sbweeks period; 3rd however, that certain alley mer, Mrs. Opal Wolff, Miss Carol Douglas Brown Daisy Flem Fort Pierce Kiwanis Oub Tuesday In this ad .
Hazel Williams and Mrs attendance report I lying parallel to the SeaboardAir Norton, Mrs. Martha Clark, Mrs. ing and Irene Thomas. May 16. The meeting was ')fr.# 1
Pat Godwin met with the Board Nov. 23-24: Thanksgiving Holidays Line KR, connecting MartinSt Yvette JanlewsJd, Mrs Frankle Acting on the recommendations held in the Southland Cafeteria 24-PIECE SERVICE FOR 6 ,
concerning the use of school buses Dec. < 80 Teacher Work Days- and Tenth Ave. The grantors Montgomery, Mrs Margaret Robbins of the principals of the following in Fort Pierce.
for "Lot's Dance" a TV proGram fourth payroll hereby reserve the right to abandon and Damon Walker. schools the Board on a motion The Chaplain spoke briefly of
in West Palm Beach, May DeC U Christinas Holidays begin dose and vacate all the Under the above motion, the by Coker, seconded by Hope Hen- the school's program of rehabilitation EXQUISITE PATTERN
V. tt was derided by the board at 1:00 p. m. streets, avenues and alleys lying Board accepted the recommendation dry, reappointed) the following: stressing the importanceof
that the use of school buses would Jan. 2 Return to school after the E of said line and for themselves of Mr. Hadnott not to reap. custodians for the 1961-62 schoo1 religious training In the life ofa enough for "company" dining! Oven-proof...
continue to be confined to schoolactivities. Christmas holidays their heirs and assigns, hereby point Mrs. McBride to a positionon term: boy. He outlined the servicesthe craze-proof. White with turquoise, beige, and black
Jan. 5 80 Student Days fourth waive any and all objections to the staff of the Okeechobee High School Edd Wesley Training School has been color
Mr. Wood U, principal of the attendance report the abandonments, closing! andvaCating Elementary School for the school able to provide for boys committed
Okeechobee High: School, met Jan 18 100 Teacher Work Days, of ell streets avenues I year 1961-62. Elementary Kohl and School Matthew- Tomlln-Frederick to the school. accents.GILBERT'S I
with the Board concerning the adoption fifth payroll and alleys lying W of said line, On a motion by Enola pledge,
of an official high school Jan. 19 90 Student Days First by the grantees herein, their successors seconded by Hope Hendry, the son.Douglas Brown School Floyd Phone RO 2-4231
ring. He presented a design as Semester Ends (Friday). or assigns. Board accepted the recommendation Johnson Value of Florida! field crops
prepared by Hertt Jones Co. AfU Jan. 22 Work Day for Teachers-. The above property being adjacent of Daniel W Delagall to reappoint -. for 1960 was $78.100000 a
rdiscussion and minor changes Holiday for Students (Mon.) to die Douglas Brown schoolOn the following: teachers for On a motion by Hope Hencky, $7,000000 Increase over the pre. REGISTEREDANGUSHEREFORD
recommended, on a motion by Second Sctnwttr the 1961-62 school term: seconded by Jack Coker, the vious year.
Dozier Smith and seconded by Jan. 23 Second Semester Begins a motion by Dozier Smith, Mrs. Rutha B. White, Mrs Amy Board reappointed office pe.-son-
Hope Hendry, tb edeslgn as pre (Tuesday) I seconded by Enola Eliedge, the Kenty, Mrs. Lame Johnson, Mrs nel as follows:
tented by Woodall was approved.On Feb S 100 Student Days fifth Board reappointed the following Charlotte Delagall! Mn. Annanda Superintendents office Raca Give Yew Home StyUI
a moUonn by Enola sledge attendance report bus drivers for the 1961-62 school Jackson, Leroy Alexander, Ernest Hunt, Alberta Jones AND BRAHMA .
seconded by Dealer Smith die Feb. 15 120 Teacher Work Days I term: Kelly, Mrs Johnnye M. High School Dorothy Kinsaj! .
Board approved payments to sixth payroll Okeechobee Schools Alton Hunter, Mrs. Atawa Robertson. Elementary School Marie .. BULLS
Kendall P. Starrett architect, for March 2 119 Student Days End Chandler, Clyde Durrance, Jerry Under the above motion, the Huffman and Betty Faye Mann ::
the following amounts: fourth six weeks period (Fit Hancock, Lavonla Hillis. Alberta I Board accepted the resignationof Primary School Judy Strat- FASHIONAWNINGS
Okeechobee Primary School, March 5 Work Day for Teachers Stratton David C Williams, Atawa Robertson and Rutha B. ton.On FOR SALECALL
1.100.00. Holiday for Students James W. Stratton and Doris White effective at the close of a motion by Smith, second.ed .
Douglas Brown School, $70000 March 8 120 Student Days-sixth Carden. the present school term. by Hope Hendr)', the superin t DOOIHOODS
On a motion by Hope Hendry attendance report Douglas Brown School Floyd On a motion by Enola sledge, tendent was authorized to pay all Pre Mwty.I LOW oRti COST"NfedIotI! '
seconded by Dozier Smith, the March 15 140 Teacher Work: Days, Johnson. seconded by Hope Hendry, the bills and payrolls that become DONALD MACK J
Board approved the following seventh payroll Contract Bus Drivers Gloria Board reappointed all !lunchroom due during the month, if and i rnbe.ra.eWrDonald .
school calendar for the 1961- 2 April 3 140 Student Days seventh Arnold and Edgar Thomas. workers for the 1961-62 school! when funds are available. . frH. .. .... M' CHARLIE FREEMAN
school term attendance report On a motion by hoofs Elledge, term as listed below There being no further business Office RO 2.5561
School Calendar196142 April 12 160 Teacher Work Days- seconded by Jack Coker, the Okeceohbee High School-Neva the meeting was adjourned MackPhone
First Semester 8th payroll Board accepted the recommendation r Walker, Lorieta Anderson, De- Omar L. Hunt Superintended RO 2.5021
Aug 14 Teachers begin work April 17 150 Student Days End of Lawrence Terry to reappoint wilda Boney, Louise Chandler,,I Salter R. Watford, Chairman, 2-1788
(Monday) fifth six weeks period the following teachers for I
Pre and Poet School Hours: April 20 Holiday Good Friday the 1961-62 school term: I -
8:30-12:00; 115330.: : April 26-27 FE.A. and F.STA. Mn. Dorothy Boyles, Mrs. Do- r wv FOR SALE J. R. LEONARD
Aug. 17 F.E.A. District NO. XI Holidays for Students rte Entry, Mrs. Mildred Hadnott Ok eec h 0 b ee
meeting 9.00 at Ft. Pierce May 4 160 Student Days 8th attendance Mrs. Lillian Reeves, Mrs. Frances Well & Pump
Aug 21 Registration for all stu report Terry. Mrs. Nancy Woodall, 11 Lots in East Complete

dents. May 15 180 Teacher Work Days, Mrs. Carolyn Bellamy Mrs Martha Okeechobee a
Aug. 28 SCHOOL BEGINS (Mon.) 9th payroll ConeJy Mrs Lola Havely. spring . $17500
Sept 4 Holiday (Labor Day). June 1 180 Student days Last Muss Ora Wade, Mrs. Nancy Allen Phone: 8472012 in service 60 ft well
Sept 11. >>Tea er-Work-Dayss- Day of School (Friday)-9th( Mrs. Grace Guuford Mrs. 13
lIP 12 Gal
first payroll attendance report. Cola Robinson, Mrs. Ethel Tally it's time Kissimmee, Fla
lept. 25 Student Days first June 1 Graduation Douglas and Mrs. Stella Campbell.On 6.1848
attendance report. Brown School a motion by Jack Coker, R. W. LASITTER, SR GUIdeRO
Oct. e 29-Student-Days-End first June 3 Baccalaureate Services seconded by Dozier Smith, the L on 441
six weeks period (Friday). Okeechobee High School Board accepted the recommendation to paint
Oct. 9 Work Day for Teachers June 4 Graduation Okeechobee of James C. Wendell! to re-
High School (Monday). i appoint the following teachers for
Legal NoticesNOTICE June 4 Post-School Work Periodfor the 1061-62 school term: HOOVER SALES CONCRETE
Teachers begins Mrs. Sue Alderman Mrs. Catherine
June 12 200 Teacher Work Days Brown, Mrs. Delores Harvey AND SERVICE

UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW Last Day 10th Payroll William Hobson Fred at GREASE TRAPS
NOTICE is hereby given that Humphreys hits Marie King, I BURGESS SUPPLY CO.
the undersigned pursuant to the On a motion by Hope Hendry, Jack R. Lamb. Mrs. Mattie Mc- Watch Repairing INSTALLED ;
"Fictitious Name Statute", House. seconded by Enola Eliedge the Crane, Fred Miller, Ray D. Morris OKEECHOBEE, FLORIDA CENTRAL ELECTRIC :

Bill 1175, Chapter 20953, Laws of superintendent and the chairman Mrs. Shirley Morris, Mrs. Clock R.palrln AND GAS COMPANY CALL
and House Bill of the Board were authorized to MaWaret Nicholson, Gordon
Florida 2941.
sign necessary documents for the Tucker, Mr*. Sylvia Wolff and ROdeo 2.1391
1102, Chapter 26760, 1951, amend Ring sizing here In slor. ...
of the following des! rib. Nelle Yeilding .
Mrs. ROdeo
ing 86309(3))( ), will register with purchase Phone 2.5561 2-4724
ed property from R. E. and Annie Under the above motion, the AU work Guaranteed 1
the Clerk oft the Circuit Court. In
and for Okeechobeee County, Flor B. Hamrick. Said property Board accepted the resignation of ON CALL '.
and Marie King effective at the .Watches .
having been appraised appraisal Mrs. Diamonds
Ida, upon receipt of proof of the recorded In Mints Book end o( b laown. I *oooI. tefi- SEE ME FOR YOUR B.LOVELY
publication of this note the ItotoUous 3, page 156: On a motion by Jack Coker SPRING RENOVATING BEAUTY SALON'
GLADES name,GAS to-wh COMPANYOF : Lots 1 to 4 tad. and 13 to Mind I seconded by Dozier Smith, the day and night Birthstone Men lb Women Rings for NEEDS Five Trained People To
of Blocks 1, II and T; tots 1 Board accepted the
OKEECHOBEE to 4 Inc and 13 to 15 lad of Bl 18, of Albert Hadnott, principalof We have made to order. Care For Your Beauty
under which we expect to en Pinewood His, according to the the Elementary School, to reappoint All Types of Jewelry Slip Covers Draperies Needs
gage in business on North U S. plat thereof recorded in Plat Bk. the following teachers for Alterations and Repairs ConvenIently Located At
441 in the City of Okeechobee, .
. County of Okeechobee, Florida. 12, page 14, public records 0( I 1961-62 school term: To provide insurance specifically FINLEY JEWELERS BEA CAMPBELL Fifth and Osceola St.

That the parties interested to Fishing Resort *
said business enterprise are 1 doig&fd to meet your needs '", So. Park Ok'KhobH Okeechobee For Appointments Call

DANIEL M. MCCARTHY FOR RENT Phone RO 2.5701 ROdeo ''2.1021
VERNON L. DEXTER I To give' you prompt service in

Dated at Okeechobee Okee Beautiful, shady, waterfront
chobee County, Florida, this the the event of an emergency
1st day of May, 1961. I TRAILER SPACES Goodyear Tins ROBERT MAYS
By: V. Dexter
Publish May 5. 12. 19 26, 1961 I Largest Stock In Town
The Okeechobee: News : HODGE & SONS Leonard c ; l BergerINSURANCE 7.50x14Whit.. or Black Plumbing & Repair Work WnL.BUY OR SELL

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RE: Estate of Easiest T.rms In Town Next to

Deceased County Bank Building! G I L B E R T' S Mobleys Garage
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To All Creditors and Persons .-:: Phone RO 2-7441
Having' Claims or Demands ESTATE
Against Said EstateYou : JUST RECEIVED REPAIRS
and each of you art hereby j i New Shipment
notified and required to present BULLS FOR SALE1 .
any claims and demands IYOJJR H GHESt"PRlers1] Wedding Gift LIsts Records L\YTAG JOHNSON APPLIANCES OUTBOARD *

which you or either of you may
have against the estate of Kenneth V COME FROMCb'MPETITIVE Photograph Albums MOTORS
A. Wood, deceased, )late by Gibson LAWN MOWERS
of laid county to the County Judge HEREFORD and ANGUS I ;. priced from $1 to $13.50 INQUIRE AT

of Okeechobee County, Florida, BIDDINGAT SOUTH FLORIDA .
at his office in the court: houseof BRAHMAN OFFICE SUPPLY JOE S LIQUOR STORE
said county at Okeechobee. YOUR LOCAL GILBERT'SPhone
Florida, within eight calendar RO 6-1551 Phone ROdeo 2-4231
months from the time of the Breeding Age Ready To Go

first publication of this notice.
Each churn or demand hall be LIVESTOCK AUCTION
In writing, and shall state the LOANS Complete mobile feed EVINRUDE DEALER

place of residence and post office $25 to $600
address of the claimant, end shall George Dempsey ,MARKET milling service Custom SALES SERVICE

be sworn to by the claimant, his NEW LOCATION grinding and milting
agent, his attorney, and any such *
LOBBY GILBERT'S For information
claim or demand not so filed Lilt year nearly 60% of Florida Cattle more HOD G E S
hall be void. Phone 6-1771 Call or write
E. W GATES & SON Fisherman Haven
As Administrator! of the Estateof FINANCE COMPANY
Kenneth A. Wood Deceased. 418 Clay St Ocala, FII. Oleechobee!: Florida

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5 Okttchobt News, Friday, May 26, 1961 Air-Laying J REST HOME *;1 k rell Underbill and Pansy RoWn- while Goads resident of i
son of Fort PIerce visited Matt the Rest Home is on the sick: list
Class Enjoys he J1' Best For NewShrubberies Delight, Dreeee and Mary Kaswoskl Pearce: on Monday I this week.GONDOLA.
I M9 Neighbors tal e c ime visited Junta Dreese at Donations to the Home this
Ham Supper ;the Punklln Reel Home. Saturday week included cheese by Henry PRICE
I "Get onolhtr watch I another I Other Saturday visitors at Reichert tomatoes by M. M. The price of a good Venetian
Mr. and Mrs G. E. Bryant entertained a n ? 111; tertiary," was George or Waihingron's pet U you're looking for a way I Ito the Home were Mr and Mrs. ILL I. Martin, tomatoes by Vera Bryant gondola Is about $1,700. The''craft'
at a hamburger fry at A (F{ ,.-,- 1 l curl reply to an encuie for tateneti. I Increase the number of crna- 1 1.. PoIndexter of Fort Louder- meat by Dolly Kelly, fish by would be 36 feet long four feet
their home May 18 for members 7 t"i" Our fiut President had a passion for ,mental shrubs around your home I dale. Mr. and Mrs Elmer Pearce Floyd Hawthorne, squash by Van wide, and feature brass fittingv.
ot the Young Married People's J promptntii...owned and priced a consider air-layering. County I U Delray Beach visited Mrs. U htsey and flowers by Florrie'Chandler. I leather seats, carpets, a canopy",
Department of the First Baptist. i j portable sun dial,although his favorite Agent Cliff Boyles says this 14an Matt Pearce on Sunday and Car and perhaps a vase for Dowers.A .
Church. gift la Important friends was a watch Ideal method at plant probation I -..---
Attending were Mr. and Mrs for home gardners. '
Charles Whitfiedd Mr. and Mrs. He says layering Is a meth.
William Mobley, Mr. and Mrs. od of getting a limb of .a plantto kr
Frank Ftnley Mr. and Mrs. t produce roots while it Is still rl
Brannon Williams Mr. and Mrs attached. After o ss
,. rooting It Is removed w
Everett Cone, Mr. and Mrs. Joe c and planted
Butner Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Col. 1 MS use being .area on.
lins Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Harden able Arbitrary, opinionatedand The first step in airlayeringi 0
Mr. and Mrs. Franklin belligerent perhaps, but Madame de Pompadour woo the first to select the tab. This limb 45C h
can be the thickness of
Creach Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy unreasonable, .Hrl" watch to be wound without o key-a j pencil 1
Volley and Judge and Mrs Bry ting watch,which launched Its maker, or dp to 44 Inch in diameter. Select \ r4 3834
ant. DEEP TRENCHThe Btaumorchali, In society end an a a limb that would normally 1
Mariana Trench in the western literary caner He later wrote the be pruned out, or any healthy 4 a31I
Pacific plunges 36,196 feet plays, "Th Barber of SeviMe" and ff limb. It Is best to select one that
EARLY GROOMING AID and Is the deepest known hole on "1M Marriage of igaro". et has leaves exposed to the' full

Primitive razors, resembling earth.It sun, since it will root more vigrously -
the modern straight razor but ] than one that is heavily
dated between 500 and 1,000 B. C., is amazing how much applesauce shaded.
have been found in the Thames the average individual will! About 15 to U inches from the
River. at London swallow. Up, make a cut around the
unb. Remove all leaves and twigs
1 from three to four Inches above
and below the point where you 1 f

The' first radically new concepl make the cut.
USED CARS i, In watchmaking lince the early There are two methods of mak.
p 0 16th century If In the world's !ng the Incision, Boyles said. The
a first electric watch, Introducedby first consists of removinging a
Hamilton In 1937. III1 pow. one-knch ring of bark from the .
ered by a miniature energy cell w
maamsemmaoaaaoaoooaoem twig. A cut is made
t Instead of a mainspring .,,and throough
Is the first to operate without the bark and completely enclr.
: $109500 winding or agitation of any sort. cling the twig, with a second cut 3830Everything's
1959 FORD one inch below the first. The

4 Door Sedan bark is then removed from the
area between the two cuts. It is
'105000 -FANCY tHAT! b C34LDMA'tows vitally important to remove the
1959 FORD
;- cambium layer. This is the light
green area ber.eath the
bark. If
2 Door Sedan XIV of France odded preefev .
this layer is left on the twig, it
Inches la height by wearing high
1 heels I It took him 6 weeks to master will produce new bark rather
1957 CHEVROLET ;n (t the technique...but soon oH he than roots. 382$
ladies of his court were copying Hit The second method consistsof 3,31
2 Door Hardtop .s 1 idea.I f c, r making a long slanting cut
FORD' 4 towards the tip shoot Vt to % way coming up flowers on our fresh new batch of colorful, cotton
1957 64500 through the twig. Keep this cut chlnosl) Gay little flower buds embroidered on pure white to color-tomple-

4 Door open of by wood.inserting a small splinter ment the solid tops and bottoms Lots of blouses, skirts and pants In all

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obe. Newt, Friday, May 26, 1961 Page 6 From ThreadsTo choice you make to Ills form! This simple act occcrred about with wagon springs between the 1 ulate musda tone, !Induce sleep STORM VIOLENCE

the habit of your Ufe. To live a 1762, and, according to one devotee rockers and seat enjoyed brief and encourage sociability.
that the subdivisions planned and RopeBy good lICe, then, we must make to rocking, "took the func.tional favor. I The rocking chair Is an Ideal Most tornadoes occur in apriaf
MOREABOUT the ones in the future have made right choice day by\ day; for process of sitting down and Peter Cooper stated a lasting remedy for stress, the doctor explains and early tumme when masse
arrangements to have sidewalks ChaplainIn choices: issue In habits. made it a pleasure." trend in 1830 when be built a because it I is nontoxic and of warm, moist air drift north
installed just as they do the an old Cable, a mouse asked
Rockers soon became domestic rocking chair with a frame of !has no aide effects ward from the Gulf of Mexico
roadway. a lion, "May I tie you up with bent metal. Later Dr. Calveit '.
Humble Rocking institutions fixtures In the kitchen I and collide with cold dry fronts ;
thread? The !lion laughed at the
NOTHINGBy the nursery, and later on Introduced rocking chairs made HOW IS YOUR SUBSCRIPTION N? from the Pacific ,
At the rate Okeechobee I fa idea but agreed to it.
growing Chair Now Is the front porch from bent steel strips which he
KREWKHUTT I it will soon be a city . a While the Lion slept, the mouse Yankee ingenuity devised many sold as Digestive, Chairs, recommended
I city without walks . horse worked steadily winding threads
a Seat of MightyPresident variations on the basic (hems. for ladies and invalid
Okeechobee with ell Its growthIn and buggy town . acting: like Ground and around and around Franklin himself embellished his "Sit Ve, Rock and Think"
and building like the lion. When the lion awoke, John F Kennedy's favorite -
is still a metropolis More with
the past few years years design with a wide arm for reading popular genteel Victorian NcwI
behind In one thing . sidewalks which is bound to happen U he could not move. The tiny chair is "the outstanding and writing, and a fan which ladies, however, were VI-
There are very few streets in the growth prospers as it has in the threads had become a rope Like Invention of our age" in furniture. was powered by the rocking mo- ohael Thonet's bentwood rockers ,
those threads, habits becoming At least that is the exalted
past few years.I tiny ere opinion
town that have a waUc-wsy:! where with cane seats and backs in elaborately _
a part of your life now of the humble rocking chair tion.The
pedestrians end school children Boston rocker with its high curved frames The same SAFE DRIVERS
believe that and will lOOn control what you expressed; by Walter Hough a
a concerted effort ,
Itt Is
have a place to walk . unless spoked back, curved seat and style still being made.
should be made at do. Unless we form good habits, Smithsonian Institution ethnologist -
In the middle of the stre<<. the present Coral! trim was so popular that: Through the years, rocking
time to start the project of, bed habits will keep us from living who has made a study of chair found SAVE ON r
It was called "the chair that rocks relaxation -
the right kind of life. devices ,
having sidewalks seating from ancient to
Also, where there are no walk hayed on each with the nation." It still Is a fav and meditation in their
and street in the . If you are a person of bad habits : modern times. I
every city .
ways , there are no street orite. chairs. One model was called the
are living bad life. If A standard of HARTFORDMSURANCEI
a furniture
of you encyclopedia
Lght5. Outside of the main drags course property owners will A famed chair manufacturer, Rip Van Winkle; the motto "Sit
yell to high: heaven . but thinkof you ere a person of good habits, however, rather patronizingly .
end a few you are living a good life For calls the rocking chair "fun
. there Is no limiting whatsoever the convenience to the residents made a "Mammy Rocker," a Into the headpiece of many Such FAMIY AUTO '
this reason it is of highest importance damentally rustic
. or inelegant.
especially children . .
and It makes for a dang two-seater with a detachable leisure now has medical wren
and the folks not fortunate to be that all of us give: strict! Outstanding or inelegant, the
situation . but so far cradle at end. tion.
erous one
able to drive end who attention to the forming<< of the rocking! chair has been associated "
been fortunate In dependon President doctor
has Kennedy's has
the town One Inventor created an elab- .
kind of habits This !is
right especially with famous AmericanaBurr
the walks for their many ,
rot having a fatality from this normal orate rocking chair designed to endorsed rocking as an effective
true toe those whose
<< Courted In Rocker
cause . .bed it could happen.. way of We habits have not been fully formed Benjamin Franklin la credited employ "the hitherto wasted female means of relaxing while getting\
power to oscillate the cradle !gentle, constant exercise. A Brit.
In Our neighboring city of Canal If the city were paved with walkways with inventing the rocking chair and to vibrate at the sam time lab physician recommends rocking '1Jartbd'a Pamil1 ADIo IaIh111' t will powld0
.. and all residencesand Now, since right habits are so Aaron Burr courted an Indian youartWbsDSdpactecilaa113snbefentlel
Point . it becomes mandatoryto new the dasher of the churn." A chair : to promote circulation, slim- ia9tDgs>.if
how to princess in two-seater and
developments were requiredto important ere we go a Lincoln
1 to
after July
developers bovoo
furnish the about forming such habits? We was assassinated while sit I JOB good driving record.And wllhthoHmt"
same it would be
tuild- sidewalks in ell subdivisions ford name on roar poUcy there need be doubt
need to bear in mind that ting in rocker. :
we are a Contrary to
no time at all until the city would popular -
, end that is good. There I about;the quality of ajBnnmce.
not born with certain habits-we belief, yonr
number of plats drawn have a new look . and get i though WhlsUer'j
ere for subdividing any in thIS city . away from that country town at. make them, How are habits mother did not alt for her portrait ABSOUTELY Call our office now to eee If you quafir! far Mifafi

end there are no walks to go with mosphere. i formed? They ere the result of la a rocking chair. EVER BEEN MADE IN FLORIDA ON SUCH on tilt 1 finest auto iosazsocs/ JOB caD buyt
our choices The choices them . let alone lights.:: i
What do you say we start now make day by day determine the cradles since the Middle Ages, BEAUTIFUL ACREAGE. CLOSE TO CITY ON U.S.

While the legislature Is busy . and see how much brighterthe I habits of cur lives. What about but it took that indefatigable!
playing tweedle- tedee, tweedle- town would look .. and how the habits of your life? Are they gadgeteer Franklin to fasten curved 441. ALREADY PLATTED AND LOT LINES R. B. MESERVEAGENT
much I bad habits habits? The pieces of wood to chair legs. ,
dee-dum with the right of a progressive lighter. the community or good i MARKED. ROADS ALREADY BUILT. ElECTRIC.
merchant to advertise.. would walk . how much prouder GENERAL INSURANCE
of the most the inhabitants would feel. if ITY AVAILABLE.
they are letting one . AND BONDS. ,
they could walk
flagrant violations of the I buildIng along side the
codes; go to pot . but of street like they do in other places LAND IMPROVEMENTBRIDGES Phone RO 24011YOUR
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kickback . and very little support than Okeechobee. 1 1'/s ACRESNOW
in the next election . if '
they harassed the developers] Never hard-boil eggs. The Flor
of this virgin Florida land. Ida Egg Commission marketing ONLY $12.50 DOWN APPROYED SERVICEHEADQUARTERS
specialist suggests that eggs are AND CONCRETE SERVICE

I believe it fitting and right that better when leisurely cooked in STRUCTURESALL $12.50 Month
the commissioners of the countyof barely simmering water then
promptly cooled under cold TYPES OF LAND PRE-
Okeechobee end of Okeecho- running For top-notch service on
bee City make it a point to see water. PARATION FOR SUB-DIVISIONS
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.Pig 7 Okaechobeo News, Friday, May 26, 1961 baa,one to two pounds. We probably .the hard way last week. lie that the dry weather la killing! a traction It It also the main
Fishing News lost face with Jim. hooked a !large bass and finally Jot of fish. Got a letter from our source of recreation In the area.
BY EMERSON MOOR River fWwmeo of long standing got k up to the boat. He bad no daughter in Kenansville kist i We believe that the con ervatloa
tell us that week end fishing net, so Ms wife, who fishes with week. the wrote pate( ) "Daddythe department should take steps to
l' Week end fishing was generally Is never too good during the hot
Mm, reached down and got a canals: and ponds are all dry conserve the thousands of ftah
poor A few nice bass were reported months, due to heavy week end
!that will be lost.
grip the fish. soon They
on big She meant log up, up here, and the fish are
but more fishermen came river traffic. to hold It until he ." should be seined and removed to
hold !
In with email ones and few in get A check of this area
number. Pan fish of it and lift It Into the boat. The revealed the same condition Is deeper water.
were fairly cooperative Clarence Letter, local building
fish lunged when he touched'it, tragically true here. Finn pond
when they could be contractor and ardent fisherman,
REMODELINGFOR I,found but the tone condition still bought himself a IS-oot boat and startling his wife, who let go. that we know contain big bass '
The big bass promptly broke the are dangerously low. A couple The act establishing the V. 8.
prevail The water in the fake motor. First trip out be ran out .
line and got away. more weeks of dry weather wiU Department of Agriculture, was
Is 1 too riled up to fee the beds. of gsa and had to be towed in.
The the best luck spell "&Q'' for a lot of flat signed on May 15. 1862, by President
ones having are Somehow be got his finger tangled
It com** again to our attention Fishing is our greatest tourist at. Lbroola.OKEECHOBEE .
tlwse who have fished the
area up with the tow rope and It
fcr years and know,the general got mashed. We remember another i
location of the bed lad experience Clarence bad
Fishing had been excellent for on a fishing trip. Some place
BETTER the last month and limit catchesof around we have a pictureof l'
big bass for a morning' fishIng him standing! knee deep in water
were not unusual. There was on top of hta car. He was
no reason that we can name fort backing his boat in at No. 7, a
SERVICE (It t to change: but It did. couple of yean ago, and forgotto : BAKERYNOW
TO Jim Conrad, a friend of ours stop.
from Stuart, came over for a
morning of fishing. We almostguaranteed A larding net Is a handy gadget .'
good results. Our to have with you at tunes.I'
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tat the Board ot County: Cam body to extend to rear step KFrPAGE,
misstoners of Okeechobee County of truck and have the following 14 botUHUPAfyp
Florida will receive sealed Installations: flanged ox,
bid for the foUowinc: openings for two standardtall 21CMuSrA
Water Tank, Body, Pump, lights: and two directional \ PAGE
Plumbing, and Power TakeOff lights set in so that lights Cookoutfolws I Sated
to be totalled on Inter will be flush with surface ofdrcpeheet. RDFY
national Model B160 Chassis Step on back of : 2'b jai
furnished by Okeechobe. body to extend full width, of 29c
County. body and to be e 11" from
TANK: front to rear. To be CIMoII1'uded
To be constructed of 9gauge of W floor plate .
or heavier anti-corros 'with '4" x r x 2" angle "SUPER RIGHT" FINE QUALITY, GRAIN FED HEAVY STEER CHOICE BEEF CHUCK
ive steel plate of the type iron frame welded to outside
shown as Republic R-50, or edge. Body to be fastened
its equal. Tank to be of at to truck frame with
least 450 gallons capacity.All %" x 2' x 2" angle iron ROAST 37 fir
metal work to bo welded brackets, four on each side. Lb. r
Joints, Tank to extend from a Metal shim of appropriate
point IIRJ'OxJmatethree\ thickness to be installed be- New King Stt //i ,
indies to the rear of cab of tween truck frame and tank.
chassis, to a point flush with One inch brass pipe railing SPARKLEGELATIN
the rear .end of the chassis to be installed on at least
.frame, and extend from outside six 2" x 4'V brass mounting DESSERTS
to outside of frame of brackets attached'.to top of $100 .
lot lit Me*ee unto toli
chassis. Height of tank to be tank. This railing to extend LIVER 3 Lbs. MW to,ImiirttoIM Md iiLA
not less than two inches below full length of tank end down >tin Dnnrti oi Am,rm DtUclcut tffUi n ton iwbIftrlfV yy I
the bottom edge of rear to top of step on rear of body M nil
window of cab. Tank to be and to extend across) rear
baffled with three baffles top edge of tank. Two heavy "SUPER RIGHT" MEATY, LEAN'PORK SPARE
width-wise and one baffle steel tow books to be installed .
length-wise.: Baffles to be secured at front and one on rear ANN PACE
to inside of tank by of truck frame. Bracketsfor HIAUY MESH
Ii"x14i" angle iron. Tank to axe to be installed in location BIB L'b.' 39"Super.Rlght"
have 8" wide by 3" Deed as directed by the Mayonnaise"SuperRight"
filler bole in top with easily County. Truck muffler to be
removable cap. Cap to be removed and straight 2' QUART JAR

made to fit inside filler hole pipe: exhause installed supported Fin. Quality, gr. fed Choice Heavy Steer Beef Fine Quality, gr. fed Choice Heavy Steer Beef SfECMLf
sleeve Tank to have 12" by four hanger brackets

wide by 5' deep sump in RIB I ROAST 69c SHORT RIBS I 39c
:bottom in which pump suction CABINETS ANDCOMPARTMENTS Lb. Lb.
: line end drain line Is to
,be connected. K"x4" steel Two enclosed waterproof "Super-Right" Fine Quality, gr. fed Choice Heavy Steer Beef "Super-Right" Western Heavy Steer Boneless Shoulder ,
side! hoI to extend! along the compartments of equal size
:onside edge of top of tank to be constructed alone rightaide RIB STEAK Lb. 79c"SupwrRight" CLOD ROAST Sofa,. 73e
:along both tide end rear. of tank and extending
Top of tank to attend out along waJfcwajr. Compart. ,.... Quality, gr. fed Choice Heavy Steer Beef "SUPER-RIGHT" FRESHLYGROUND
ease aUes of tank a dtsteoc mesh to be eH steed con. '
of M" on each ride Two stnisgocoa2"a2"x2"angle CHUCK STEAK Lb. 49c BEEF 3 Lb. 1.39
, Inch gaivanhed pipe toe to Iron frame with proper
be run from sump to power hinges and latches for op BONELESS C
.takeoff! pump with two inch ening and closing' Double
brass wheel-type shut-off doors to be installed on each ROLLED CHUCK 63c
valve therein, and two inch cabinet so as to open out Lb.
galvanized. tank drain and ward and to be made as JSE@IYAPORATfDMibK"
draft-suction line to be run water proof as possible Top
from pump-suction line to the of compartments to be of
outside of frame of chassis Vfc" door plate and to extend Ik a
with two inch brass wheel- the full length of both compartments f FROZEN FOOD FIESTA!
type shut-off valve attachedto combined: One .
end with two inch by 20 open-top compartment along JANI PARKER LARGE
ft. bard suction hose complete walkway on left aide of A&P FANCY GRAPE CONCENTRATED
with strainer. Brass tank to be enclosed for a t l
quick coupler! to be attachedto distance of :20' only from ICE can r
shutoff valve and suction the front end of the compart t&P!
hose Filler and discharge. ment. Top of tills enclosure 4 Oz. Sf 69C
French Fries or
line to be piped through to be W floor plate. All Pkg. A&P's Own All Flavors
:chassis frame and up outside compartments to be 18"
of tank near front corner high and 1$" wide. Top Cherri Aid
of tank. Frame to be reinforced edge of open compartmenton
with heavy steel left side to be finished off STRAWBERRIES 10
I 2 Z' 39c
plate at point where pipe with split pipe from front pug
passes through frame. This to rear of exposed edge of FIG NEWTONS Pkg.33c MARVEL,ALL.FLAVORS
line to be of 2" galvanizedpipe aide panel .
f to a point on tap ojt tanJ:.o., PAINT: \ DANISH by STRIETMAN ; t PAR,KEN FROZEN CONCENTRATED.
near front corner wJteWT*T*"; AH steel work lD6 d8t- ; 'WEDDING. ,000KIESW 'fT/tB1/ > E ms''. 2 can/2S '. "',I Ice Cream
.return shall be installed tram out to be painted with ere '
" Ms Ma. back into heir coat of No Rust Primer or DOLES
have V its equal and all outside surfaces '
'This return to s 46 OZ. /z gal. 59c
brass quick opening valve. to be painted two coats Pineapple' Juice Can 31c MORTDNS FROZEN LIGHT TENDER
Discharge l line shall be reduced of enamel matching paint. on
to 1V." galvanized chassis DADS OLD FASHIONED BISCUITS I 29c
, pipe> at this point and continue Said bids to be opened Tues. 32 Oz.Bottle. Pk g. of 12
across the top of tankto day, June 13, 1961 at 10 o'clockA. ROOT BEER 23c HERSHEY'S CHOCOLATE
opposite side of Tank. M. in the Commissioner! Room
Following items to be installed at the Courthouse in Okeechobee WHITE HOUSE SULTANA CHUNK-LIGHT MEAT SYRUP 23c
by bidder in discharge County, Florida. Said bid to state APPLE SAUCE 17 Oz.. 17c 6th z' lb. canCan
I line! on top of tank as specified date of delivery The Board reserves : TUNA 4 Cans 99
. by the County. One 1H" the right to reject any GERBER'S STRAINED
quick-opening gate valve and all bids. MARVEL
3 Oz.
two %" quick opening gate JOHN F. PEARCE Baby Meats 2 49c HAWAIIAN RED OR YELLOW
valves, one pressure relief Chairman Board of Jars
valve. These items will be County CommissionersOkeechobee CUT-RITE PUNCH 3 46 $1.00 Ice I Milk I
furasbed by .the County County, Florida 125 Foot Cans0z
'Hal 100 G. P. M. power Attest: WAX PAPER Roll 27c
takeoff pump to be installedon HAYNES E. WILLIAMS HOODS EZLIQUID MINUTE MAID HI.C '/2 gal. 49cKOBEY'S
5' channel iron bracket Clerk, Board of
welded from side to side of County Commissioners STARCH 21c DR I N.KS 3 for 98c
frame and connected to Okeechobee County, Florida Quart
'power takeoff by W steel Publish May 26, June 2, 1961. SPRY-10c OFF DEALSHORTENING YOUR CHOICE OF FLAVORS 46 OZ CANS
"power take-oat shaft complete The Okeechobee New. SHOESTRING
: with universal joints.. San 79c
.This shaft to be dip-Joint NINE LIVES' Potatoes 20z. can 10c
:type and installed in accord- School To

;.enoe with specifications.Hale Pump Pump Company Be ContinuedThe PET FOOD 26 canS 27c ANN PAGE FANCY LOW PRICE SUNNYFIELD

-will be furnished by: Oke-
tchobee" County. Qsceola County School 214 oi. OQr
BODY: Board has decided to continue the LYE 23c KETCHUP ., FLOUR
I _. Walkways on each side of KenansviUe school a reversalof 13 Oz. Can
, ,truck to be constructed of a stand taken two weeks ego.
W floor plate and have But there will be only one instead 5 39C
34" x 8" outside! strip attach- of two teachers tor the 25! Lb Bag. .. to.. .
I '-ad thereto. Walkways shall to 30 pupils expected to attend Farm Fresh Fruits & Vegetables I !

+run full length of body. grades one through six in the 10 Lb. Bag. .. . . 75C
to extend outward small community near the Okee- ,
;y LARGE NEW WHITE Plain or Self Rising
from sides of tank to a ohobee-Osceola line.Fortytwo
'point flush with outside of parents from Ken ? Lb
: 69c PotatoesFRESH .0 39c
I .:rear wheels. Walkways to extend ansviUe Jammed into the small Bag
: across back of truck to board meeting room to protest

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County Court I IIDhe

ANNOUNCING Raymond L. Selgel, charged.
with unlawful speed, did not ap .
pear. His! $35 bond was forfeited.
Frank S. Moon, Herbert LKifby .
CENTRAL ELECTRICAND and Clark L. Holt all forfeited OOktethnbtt Nrniz

$35: bonds on charges of
unlawful speed. Rose P AUegato,
GAS COMPANYNOW charged with unlawful parking,
forfeited a $36 bond
Lonnie R. Smith, on a change Page 9 OkMchobt News, Friday, May 26, 1961 Price 10.-Phone R02-3221
of unlawful operation of a motor

vehicle, was eentenced to 15 CITY COURT unknown; May R. Johnson, if Florida bnrit: Okeechobe County Florida, on OceechobM Gusty Florida, lira
A COMPLETE LINE OF days In Jafl.! He plead guilty to Daniel! Dusharm, charged with alive end Jf dead, residence and NEVt of NWY. of Section or before June >K, 1961; odher- Kth day of May, A. D, 1961. ,
the charge. recites driving was fined $3 address unknown her unknown 29 Township 37 wise the allegation. of said Bill (SEAL)
Theodore Maddison and John and costs, totalling $ty, In City spouse, residence and address South Range 35 East, of Complaint wffl be taken as HAYNES E. WH1IAM3 1'\: \ II
ElectricalSupplies Stuley both plead] guilty to drunk Court by Mayor Donald Mack. unknown and Mrs. May R. John. according t 0 original confessed by you. Cleric of Circuit Court

chargee, and were ordered to pay Robert L. Smith charged with son, If alive and If dead residence Government Survey, less WITNESS my hand end the Pub. May 38, June 2, 9, 10, 1991
fanes of $25 or serve 15 days in operating a vehicle without a license and address unknown, end the North SO feet. Seal of said Court at Okeechobee, ,The Okeechobet New

Jail.Sentence and causing an accident her unknown spouse residencead YOU, and each of you, are notified -
was deferred In the did not appear. His $50 bond was address unknown; and tf any that a Suit to Quiet Title.
care of Robert G. HulleU, charg forfeited. of the above named persons be as to the above described properly
ed with non-support. Melvin Stewart forfeited a $50 dead, then against the unknown has been filed against you,

AND bond for allowing an unauthor- spouses heirs devisees, legatees, and you are hereby required to
Izd person to operate a motor assignees or grantees of such deceased serve a copy of your Answer to
Choir Rehearsal \ehicle. persons; and against all the Bill of Complaint, on the :

FixturesEVERYTHING Choir rehearsal for Baccalaureate John Spencer charged with persons having or claming to plaintiff's attorney, G. E. Bryant,
Services will be held Sunday carrying a concealed weapon, have any right, title or interestIn Jr, Attorney-at-Law. P. 0. Box ig
afternoon, May 28 at 2 p. m. at forfeited a $25 bond. and to the following described 938 Okeechobee, Florida, and to _
IN THE the First Baptist Church Fred Cline was found guilty on lands situate and being In the file the original In the: office of _

LINEN This rehearsal has ben called drunk charge and released as a: County of Okeechobee State of the Clerk of Circuit Court of

ELECTRICAL by Fred Humphries! musical director first offender. I

) of the school who will direct '
D the choir. Mr and Mrs. J B. Mayer and a IpS

New Fixtures will beau. Anyone Interested In singing children Don and Barbara of Go To Church SundayTHEN
with the choir is asked to attend Fresno, California, have arrived
tify your home. ? New the rehearsal. here for a visit with her mother .
Mrs. M. R. Lightsey.
wiring will eliminatefire to 6etde ''"
hazards, give great. Family night, an annual event THE NINTH JUDICIAL CIR .$U tlobr '
for the Cub Scout Packs it to be CUIT OF FLORIDA. IN AND Come Here For DinnerPAN inq
er efficiency Friday evening beginning at FOR OKEECHOBEE COUN 8aancHunte.
8\:30 at the swimming pool. A TY. IN CHANCERY wheel

picnic supper to be served at CASE NO. 1841 '" I _"va.fonrebr :.
5:30: followed by presentation of '
SEE US TODAY awards, after which swimming RAYMOND G. WORTH end BAR-B-Q RIBSSPAGHETTIPLUS I'A, "' i
win be enjoyed. AH Cub Scouts CAROL D. WORTH, his wife
and their fcmthes are to attend Complainantsrs \ -'.

Defendants FOOD-STEAMED SHRIMP-CAT FISH will bt safer to ditv*-R will bond) otter
AND GAS COMPANYPHONE wrong store name was unIntentionally NOTICE OF SUIT
and will b. If let
your trip more enjoyable you M balance.
placed on the CUx THE STATE OF FLORIDA TO:
sfeeels with our Hunter Balancer
2-5561 \OKEECHOBEE Shoe advertisement in !last week's George B Camp, If alive and yo *t' .
Issue of The Okeechobee News if dead, residence and address Yo 'lfta'lt money, too, b caw. Mr* wear Ik rtducMTas
The correct ad appears on another unknown; Mrs. George B. Camp, The much at 50%-and you'll save money on fronMnd!
page of The News this week.Futura's his wife, If alive and if dead, repairs
residence and address unknown; PALMETTO RESTAURANTFor '
Mrs. W. J. Russell, if alive and Okra Hvnttr,; Wheel l Balancer h the fafrtst and most

II dead, residence and address accurate on lb. market You can't buy a better", balancing
Out ServIce Cell ROdeo
Carry 2.5161 "
unknown; Mray R. Johnson, if job onywh.r.,|

alive and If dead, her unknown Open Daily 6 a.m. 9 p.m.-FrJ. & Sat. 6 >Midnt! let M check your whorls, ?REE.'W..ell doIt- fcf|lust 2
spouse, residence and address
the that minutes. In .
one unknown; Mrs. Mray: R. Johnson, DOT and RUSS McKEEHAN Stop today.GILBERT'S

!j alive and if dead her unknown I
spouse, residence and address

never cramps your style. . -

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Bakock0 During The Annual

:Some luxury compacts r,; -r. A e $s3 Spring and Summer I

make you choose between 1 ? a( b

your friends and your ,
luggage. But not the new a f

Falcon Futura. ?. .

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D !!! e I I II I

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In a Futura you not only 11 + '

get a luxurious interior : e

with individually con. ,
toured bucket seats '' N
"i Be Prepared to .
handy console between y

them, wall-tawall carpet ,; r' ; zN ding -
and all the extras; I NEVER BEAV the HEAT!
you also get room for three >

people in the back seat, ; I


r Have We Offered Such Fabulous On Yea Factory R"ploe.m,nGuirintM

BUNK BED VALUES 10" OMlllitlnf I ... *Mlt '16,95
TOO CFM 'W flier or ,.blt' UN
. a big roomy trunk I" Mir
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I ir OMiiittim if got
You put luggage in its 12M CrM. S .. oontrol .

place, not in the back seat allurpN F.n *JOO TM CFM MDwra
which is reserved for ,our Drxtinol /1 d14
friends. Futura doesn't : ;r

cramp your style-or your 10" rxlu t All forte ft* #2021o"i
s WM*. tU tin AC
budget either! It's Amer f t h : , Control I7.TJ

ica's lowest priced luxury '
compact. It costs you less e sj;,I iMWoUsra D* rM Olrortlon.1 Control"jK Z7.YJPurp04 '

to run, too. Read about 7
Falcon's record-breaking / rr All I OSCILLATING

Mobilgas Economy Run i, 1,d18wdenleemfarilneaMan.aloe
win below 1 t
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upfffifod fail fchrfrid clew J 10"etlbq WIMewan
11.lcoll rwlnflq1uzr .
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NOTE: Under the test conditions r '
hen/la .::::! .r. 37.95
of the Mobilgas

Economy Run, a Falcon,
with standard shift, scored ,' rN' '_boo Window"
; o C'M.
32.6 miles per gallon . = M nuilly'nrl1r/i0 MOO
best gas mileage of any 6- 8 PIECE : colorrrrrrr.'Z9.95: :: Dominion Fans

or 8-c>Under car m the 25- --
year history of the Run! I SOLID MAPLE + T/w e 11/Ioelnild' /
70" MIuw1 i Roll'MINtan
(Another Falcon was n /' Complrt. with MttrluM OI/ .JiuH.SI.j ho,sht., .
second, with 31.6 mpg1)!) .<:rd=e ' < sa, 1 Twin Itdl S 4000:l.ty CFM d u./, a t M4/. ::r; f/,
Drivers of all cars were ex : I : t f prlnilOu.ra $ = ?;M b'r,1rlr.r; 39.95
perts . and really out to I e 1 lnn.r>>rlnl MlttrMHfUddw DOWNMAKU
win.. But Falcon topped w i I, .

'em aliI! eao" solid 11I.,1.0, P11 Dolux Roll-A-lout
31" 1'10.
wreww,> ,bldb.twr ,L 7.' Portoblo Window ran 0.., 40 ....ocl.l. Slerii Sarvlng 'lorI4.
Operation Big Save now . during your Ford D.al r's Swapping Bee Only 1

Falcon Futura 10%
ccco@W'[ tlmlUr to clwvl only with Linn. DiLum lunliDHlgn eed. W.... Whoot. e a 'i't
In foot.IekNN
potte In Now talMi 11I101.l n C
. ComMM with MittrtMM end koirdfc ComilMl with Mew/1N1 OOcS
I1-.M //'C--.flCOMPACTCOUSIN :: .'.. ."< ,rln,.. DOWN DELIVERS '-
'O Horn Owned and Operated By
LQlj l.r'( L.I1..9J OF THE THUNDERBIRD $9995 $10995 ANY

r Open Friday and Saturday Night Until 7:00 P.M.

/ Plenty Of Free Parking Space
OKEECHOBEE >1> 0 3060.90 Days Considered Cash

Phone RO 2-4461 Oktlchobtl, Florida

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Kids! Watch Those Summer OccupationsBy Youth Coming At a FeUowsHp meet** Year of Sunday the Method night,

the following officer were elect

ED LEWIS classified as an amateur. You will become ineligible if you permit use of your nameor ed for !the new year: President,
New Tribune Sport Editor Tennis people are more liberal. but only to undergraduate picture in commercial ad-':ertising, if you receive paymentor Jane Hunt; vie president/ Danny
Summer' here kids, and I don't have to tell you that school dents accept a gift or loan for playing coaching, officiating or Hunt; secretary:: Grace Bethel;
will be out won. So, her*', a warning about vacation Job: Someof Youngster with more schooling ahead are permitted to give teaching in any sport; If you receive expenses from any professional treasurer, Durral RagsdtCe;
them can wreck your amateur standing and knock you right tennis lesson a* part of a camp counselor Job to serve as an team. chairmen ef the following commKteea .
out ot the! school or coUegt sport picture. assistant to a tennis pro or work at a dub where tennis te You will become ineligible if you play in any sport with a Christian FeMcAwhip
The rules art bard and fast with a bll bitch to them th.y played as long as he is paid a fixed weekly or monthly wage professional team or professional player. Martha Boyle, Christian CW*.
vary from port to sport. It'* better to check first than be sorry In other words be can't give lessons at so much per session you will risk loss of eligibility if you receive compensationfor enship, Durral Ra sdale, Chris.Uan .
And be can't be more than an assistant to a head professional. a radio or television appearance; If you accept an award Outreach: Laura e.1I. Rucks;
later.However.. st you want to caddy go to it You al.o can work If yours* a tennis player and want to work in a sporting that does not comply with reasonable specifications as to value, Christian WKnes, Edward Bethel -
a* an assistant caddy-matter, caddy-master or an employe in a roods store featuring tennis equipment better check with an type and source. ; Christian Faith Linda !I).
professional golf shop-if you'r. under 21. official of the U. S. lawn Tennis Association. Generally only And whatever you do don't try to beat the rap by playing gram
Over 1. you automatically become a pro and the pro label persons over 21 can bold that type of Job. under a false or assumed name. You're dead as an amateur if I lie youth croup to anUdpatarg
plays hob with future eligibility school or college IIJOI'tIsuch College eligibility official annually issue warnings, particularly you do. serving the church: and the community
a* football. basketball, track and the like. to athletes who may unwittingly lose !their amateur Handing There are, therefore rules galore and they all carry the in many ways. Plan for
Any paid summer camp counselor whose duties Indicts through offseason activity. penalty of professionalism An "accidental" pro is just as much the knmediate future include a
teaching golf lose hi!* amateur standing Perhaps typical U a list of "dont'*" from the East College an unwanted person in the limon pure ranks as one who becomes I pledge serve. next Sunday night
Anyone who give instruction: lor pay no longer ean beOkMchobM Athletic ,Conference covering the Eastern seaboard: one Intentionally and a fellowship hour in the annex -

T --- ---- __ J.a. following (the regular church
end baa it that farmers from the Jenkins Jake Morgan, Seminde SENSIBLE SPEEDA
Man and Nature
N.w$, Friday, May 26, 1961 P9 10 province\ often waited a whole Hospital and Marks Medina and Felix sensible peed i 11 one at which Young people, ace U and up
are invited to attend the fellow.
Pose Threat To day' to get up courage to cross Hernandez Puerto Rfcan.
the driver
PatienU released from the local can see danger and be ship hour after church and the
!the IMated bridge.
hospital this! week were Elate able to maneuver the car clear reguJar meetings each Sunday
Paris BridgesParisian Today one of the most criticized Davis Alberta Jones and baby, RICH PROTEIN SOURCE of it under all conditions Since night at 6:JO.
ODDLY ENOUGH bridges in Paris 1 is the Pas J. M., Joiner Jack Lowe, Harry Eggs, according to the Florida ability to spot hazards decreases
I bridges have been fall. serelle Saint-Louis. Rebuilt for Mttchum Mable McQueen and Egg Commission are rich In pro as speed Increases motorists EGG PEELING SECRET
S\ ing down sporadically throughout the third time In 1863 with a colored and loin also contain all the will protect themselves driving '
For centvrtM, gems were eJomfled by baby, Domdnca Que- Eggs essential by To insure easy peeling, nn
color clone.Even great oonordii con the city' 2000-year history single iron arch it was struck by dedo and Manuel Perez, Mexican amino addsINFANT'S only as fart as vision and cold water over bard cooked eggsafter
stdered all red slonts rubles, all blue Fire flood, ice, wind errant tug. a tugboat in 1939 and fell into traction allow.COURTEOUS .
stone sapphires ell green Hones em* 1 el boat and even houses have dam the water. The Passerelle Saint. Patients .inine in the Louisiana EAT EGGS I cooking
.. The Black Prince's Vuby* b) aged or destroyed the picturesque Louis was patched up as a steel- rem
tSe IrftUb Imperial State Crow bsaolyo spans over the Seine River. and-wood "temporary" foot- Ruterson HospiU I are Egg are one of the first soW DRIVING FOLLOW THIS FORMULA
spinel. The charming Pont des Art, a bridge. An outraged newspaper John Ferguson Bill Waldron Lillian foods recommended for Infants Courteous driving Is sensible 1 In sugar milk and egg recipe
si. footbridge supported by eight editor complained that its ugly! Douglas Carolyn Douglas, especially important because of means complete the maneuver for- combinations, mix sugar with
graceful cast iron arches 1 11 the beams 'Insult the sky". Bemary Pearce Jr., Annette the infant' need for iron, which you have sIgnaled. I the egg first, later adding milk

latest victim The mast of a motor
The Pont des Arts runs between - -- ------
vessel recently: smashed Into the Instttut de France on
i the airy ironwork splitting one of the Left Bank and a wing of the
!the arches, Louvre on the Right. Completed
Curiously, the tint bridge-build l In 1804, the Pont des Art was tde 4 d4 e ltd FOR GREATER
ers of Part* often delta staly the first iron bridge in Paris.
destroyed their handiwork, the The bridge was privately owned ..
National Geographic Society: says. for many yean, and a to! of one 'SEE YOURSELF WHETHER'TOUR
Teh ancient Parish lived on a levied each On
sou was on user. -
H 1 Mh fc Aotto girt sell egat small inland in the Seine, the He opening day. 64000 persona paidto CAR_NEEDS STEBUNG SERVICE! RIDING
o wide variety of shade* end colen. > de lo Cite When raids or other cross
r' Scant game** ere green, dlo dangers threatened, the tribes In its early years, the Pont .
Monds eon be block, end coppMrU men simply burned their two
des Arts was lined with orange!:
1 con be yellow,pink et blue. wooden "
1 trees, flower and shrubs set In ,. w. have "just installed a new John COMFORT
HOUM Weight Spins gay white boxes. The 190-yard
In the middle houses and Been VISUALINEft .
age span soon became a favorite of
shops were built on the bridgesto promenader and strolling musicians : machine that show YOU whether AND LESS WEAR ON YOUR TIRES LET US

1 save space in the crowded city. you need steering service andS BALANCE AND REGROOVE YOUR TIRES
Furthermore builders believed
W <, the weight strengthened the Superb View from Bridge ***'pl "* **a '*>*r' mor "H"0** ALONG WITH YOUR WHEEL ALIGNMENT.
house- The superb view from the Pont fob ef correcting travel*
5t4 bridges. Occasionally a
: ; des Arts encompasses the pointed An Exclusive Tire Service In Okeechobee
burdened bridge would collapse, I' that show upto .
k prow of the lie de la Cite, the
casting 'doubt on this engineering Seine with Us quay-side anglersand You can wino set of.ires... None WELDING WE ARE EQUIPPED AND ;
Modem ewelert( need *pecafisd! i theory. EXPERIENCED TO DO THE TOUGHEST
stroUera the noble outline of X :
training and Instruments to clattlfyeems. ' Overloading fire, and natural trip with car wheel. that are
According to he American T fi forces destroyed the Petit Pont the Pont Neuf, and the spires andtower badly ert-ef-Une. WELDING JOBS.
Gem Society, a nation-wide ass seven tunes and the Pont Notre of Paris ," .
tfatlon of nraO (ewelsra the wire j+ ( Dame five times Because Paris' bridges are old ARC WELDING BRAZING
buyer ctoowt Mi|jeweler before hi* The Pontau-Change named for and subject to so many natural 1)1f(Ie l7i a,1 ENGINE TUNE UP
pmt the money changer' shops that and man-made hazards, they are IIAIJ !
once perched on K, burned and the special concern of municipal, take esJy a few sheets. aI BRAKE SERVICE |
times. Leg- engineer who regularly test
was rebuilt several aU.'I
them for safety. After the Pont to a.... ,.. 4M&lU GENERAL REPAIRS ''' ' t
des Art was struck, bridge inspectors en the. new VISUAUNEK tTIRESBATTIRIESACCESSORlES
I. found that its central TEXACO GAS and OIL PRODUCTS rr
action sassed eight Inches for a
length of 30 feet. The segment .
4- was removed and the span doed *-

Paris officials: now are debating
whether to restore the bridgeor
replace it with a badly needed
6 vehicular crossing; Partisans of

i the Pont des Art hopefully cite WINDHAM'S GARAGEFORMERLY
an early effort-.unsuccessful: -to
flPf after the bridge' approaches.

danee were sea. The controversy ended when a ( HENDERSON'S)
man on horseback rode onto the NEW OWNER-HOWARD WINDHAM PHONE RODEO 27371
bridge surveyed both banks, and
; 4kr' ordered, "Let everything stay as .
It is," The man was Napoleon.
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Pagt 11 OkMchobt" News .
Friday, May 26, 1961
Patient Medicine Ads 1 ditioners of Increased efficiency I mediumand high-price range are and electric models can be had '
Kept are now available for use with equipped with standard centralair with barbecue attachments and
standard house current. Some I conditioners, rotisserles.

I. :" models are now light enough to I Built-In range tops and eye- Streamlining and Improvements
CLIP AND >SAVE MONEY 'As4 Old From from room to .
carry room.A
Papers FoldingOne I level will continue to be In
THIS IS A COUPON AD! ovens efficiency are apparent in the
development in central air popular, since they lend themselves upright vaccuum cleaners which '
conditioning is the reversible to more Imaginative kit have been made lighter and low.
thing that kept manyMwspaper'e I erty phygldan had a card, "Dr, .
head above be water A. Pease Also dealer In artistic summer winter heat pump that chen design and are more con er for low clearance cleaning
TODA BESTABYCAREBUY. was the patent medicine ad wall popes" From Walton, "Your provides 'ear-round comfort by venient to use, Increased automation Zigzag sewing machines that do
They were a abct-ln-the acme for subscriber !Is prepared to bane control of air movement and is appearing! in more of the a variety of stitching are becoming
FRIGIDAIRE BY'S both reader! and editor. They bean wallpaper according to the order quality. Many 'new houses in the gas and electric ranges. Both gas very popular.

only in serious number about 1870 of the day. Also a fine line ofsegars
nd reached such proportion they to bring clouds f praise," FORD DEALERS
With this $ coupon id! Hen took up half of the paperon

email Journals, For as little as
r4 tea cents, editors would Insert"ptues" Quality In
among the newt items'arsons OPERATIONIlll
would read half-way HouseholdGoods
through before realizing! what it

s'1 was, 'If," you IBid suffer one, from"try rheumatism Red Better -------88 _ _ _ _

"Hurry! Today only this coupon's worth Cross Oil You will be surprised Consumers interested In buyIng -
dollars off our regular budget price! Some other well-known pana- household equipment in 1961 SAVE Illl
Bring It In to me today!" case were "Liquid Opaldock," and can expect many improvements
"Balm of Gilead," now both loneSome making for higher quality,
YOUR BEST BUY i far the The U S. Department of Labor
because.,. plugs crept as ed- ----------ee_
toriais. One onthe old WalOn: released! Information on house
SOAK DIAPERS, problem loads with ex. hold
equipment for 1961.
elusive Automatic Soak Cycle. Die" Then followed the most Prices of appliances are expected We're celebrating sales successl I Prices slashed across
ACTION of Patented 3.Ring Agitator bathes :;gym poignant I rhetoric forever you part ever from read"Must my They have gone down about one the board on all Fords, Falcons-Sedans and Wagons!
deep dirt out without beating.
per cent in the last two
dear father and mother? Must years. .
DISPENSE DETERGENT AND BLEACH (liquid However, consumers looking for
forever lose sight of the '
or powder) automatically-underwater. earth with beet buys may be wise to check .
Medet WDAif its beautiful flower- luxury car cl th low-prk* Add, with
SAVE during fftgldu'n Bett Buy font at Anlom.u+ Wasn't ere end my cherished brothers the 1960 carryover stocks. H ', Thufidtrfalrd. "iniplr4 loanc end comfort.
A trend II than
American technology and r ttttir tvtr woi ontl
end sisters? The editor supplied engineering
All our BEST BUYS hawGILBERT'S his own answer, "I>>n't' die, are apparent In the devel I

7 4t 1 Use Stafford'Tar Oil for consumtion opment and improvement of .. ( Cash In on our
household appliances, There Is
Available at this newspaper an new low Oalaxl
office. upgrading In quality in many of
In New York Mate area one, the older items J prices cowl .
"Dr, SUkwodhy: cancer special- Among Improvements In household
fist," regularly advertised his equipment which may soon 61 FORD PAIRUNI. iMntlhtiy'' bin ..
J-J CLIP AND SAVE MONEY THIS 18 A COUPON ADI flfl corning in the He become standard In American lake car of Hiilf . eels vp I* :30,000m
papers. would l.i b.lwxn lube (lobs . 4 000 mills
e' e set up a one-dny clinic In any( homes are combination refriger ,._ oil I ..... Truck tut .... od .
available hotel room "Cancers ator freezers of larger capacityand ,.,. |lust mitlvil-outomoticollf.

positively cured," his ad read. automatic defrosting At
: '"; ",,'7':' ... ,:; .7 ,4' .;' .:r..' .:- 'iI.7.'f': ;"" .. "Large cancers, $5,00, Small can present about 50 per cent of refrigerators Qlves and saves .-::. i
( ,i erg, $250"Many sold are combination the most'for ..

_i (; ':,YesWeHave; th'efJmaz: ngNewj.: medical ads were of the types. the) ,least! .
good for man or becct" rarity. New types of Insulation, primarily '..
p, ''''I
.n: iO was, Fulton'a Champion Of The foam, have permitted manufacturers 41 FALCON TUDOR A FolcM with itond.rd .
c k"OOJ" 7t':1 Tlr"'tk ; JNr1"I PJm' 4 o nl t tPMNT World Unparellelled. Good for to follow thin-wall design, Ironimiiilon v.rog.d. 124 mpg Id

: f :.fJ back-ache, stomachache; toothache with the result that a box witha the 1941 Mobllgoi Economy ..-......
ruling bye 4 orcylinder In
'" ,, . '. '.3 got cor
frozen feet colds large Interior _
: and dia- !: storage capacitywill J a mraa, the Run l IS-yaar hilory.
i urea. Also a valuable lindment fit into the same space for. wwuew Amerlca'l-
( \ or bosses merly required for a refrigeratorwith 'lowest-prlcede :
,. .- What kind of news went along much smaller storage space 9 0 sedanIfcW I
rl ,.. with this assortment? There were Popularity of automatic dryersIs
-'M_ two varieties. One was "local", soomnlg. Drying time and .. wip.,lw. W
t'II'II; j t ; = l and the other was the "far-away" temperature may be selected ac .O.U ew." :.r l d.Iin: 'w"sd

.\ : j :; ."' twe. The latter was pin-pointed cording to the type of wash Several HURRY. . CASH IN ON OUR SPECIAL LOW PRICES. FOR A LIMITED TIME ONLY _
.. as "out of Indiana or "out West"or firms have developed dryers
''It\". '''''''''' a- .
\ DAMP ANO ': I some other vague place. Arunofthe which shut off the mechansm
:: R'AC I.,,l iI'fI 11 11'1' ) I: mill sample was "A when the wash has reached proper OKEECHOBEE MOTOR COMPANY
; _
,;,1' <. //I;It""o.. ', ': I I I r.--- young man out west committed moisture content. Phone RO 2.4461 Okeechobet, Florida
... If. .. ',- I suicide the other day In a novel Safe, quiet, economical air con-
1\ .
Ir aimer. He ate a pint of dried
::;: _.:
... 'i'2 .....::0,,: apples, drank a quart of water, :
tA. f4' and then sat down to wait until
C . -y.y ."'\. IM burst. The reason, it is said, is !
,'1DIU.. ', '- a.-.a.ew.....,., beacuM ids tether refused to
,, THAN AN NOURIhbdrwDPx ) "._ allow him to grease his mustache o
< .."qa. '. with the butter knufe," This ww -
;in the Walton (N.Y.) Blade, ISM "'
Readers swallowed these tales t
n whole. Another from the Roxhury "loran.xJ .
paper went, "A fourteen year oldilrt
coins Deliverance near Caen,
was seeing bread the other day
ACRYPOLYRENE holding the loaf across her chest,
Tbe !knife slipped and she severd -
her own head. Or from the
4q HOUSE PAINT Fleischman's News, "A woman
A out In Ohio received a glorious
RYp01. p with birthday present the other day

Housi Suffering! from a ten-year stomachs I Lcr.yy,
ailment, doctors removed

"fegrherlicjHt"Brushability a ache four-Inch, trout from her atom. 'Fc '

Still another, "A young woman
out west has tamed a mountain
lion and has taught it to operate
the dog churn It is said the
wa .COLORS STAY .1101If1
e 'd Now paint outsIde with ill the speed and faster she strokes the animals
IOU1 FOR THIS CUaiATIIMOIMINNntORIOlYOmi ene of Interior decorating thanks to chin: the faster it operates the

't wt Lumlnall Miracle House Paint The earl-! chum.
Fortunately, the local news was
/ tit brushing paint aver-no dreg, naE
much more down-to-earth The
tAA'"r.., "v ?r1 slap, no pull I Spectacular performance Griffin's Corner paper wrote, 'awhla
CLEAN, BRUSHES WITHtOAPANDWATtftt on ell exterior surfaces. Dries so fast Lawyer A, A, Ten Proeck (or.
3 dust, bugs, and leaf particles never get got the combination to his safe
b .
uv Win a chance to mar Its matchless beauty the other morning Later in the
r Brushes wish clean In soap and witer. week, he sent to Kingston for a
_. locksmith to It. His false
.w colors for open
coRNEWWOOD"Look alive" stay bright yeirtwith
teeth were inside". From Flshs
Mi. 'MlridaTwin'LumlnillAcrypolyrtna- weather'n weir protection built Irr.
'v ; Eddy! "Newell LaVaUey, our
Haul Flint Primtrl ,No thinner or solvents needed-It' cal milk dealer, has not been!
t/* vlw. iv nonflammable,too!FREE big color chirt able to supply customers as one
iybrt WOOD, MASONIlTPRMEO of his cows has dried up. BASSWOOD
V?, / METAL, x,, 9.20 gal. The editor on the Andes paper
X ASBESTOS WOtNO wrote, "Due to events beyond S
2.75 qt. our control, there will be no obituaries
printed this week. There
is a terrible lack of spirit. Iff GRAND OPENING
getting so people don't want to
BUILDERS 6. &S. die anymore" This humorous
flair was shared by many editors ,
of the day. In reporting a filre
PHONE ROdeo 21031A'TENTION at Port Jarvis, the Arena peps r UNIT NO. 2
said 'The Delaware river wa ;
burned to the ground. .
Another paper reported "Af
tel': a long and painful bout wit!
Ben Butler, the grippe is able tc 3 Bedroom C.B.S. Home
be up and about again." Mar
garetevtle told the story abou
the man "out in Indiana" win and 125'xl25' Homesite
was buried in a coffin made freer :
a tree he planted as a boy. How
DAIRYMEN MERCHANTS & RESIDENTSGEIGER'S pleased he most have been," they)

commented Hancock had one this way "/ $
,,-'" $4,99500 TOTAL PRICE
I bridge was thrown across th e

: REFRIGERATION SERVICE Hudson River in one night ie
cently by a famous engineer nom

EAST NORTH PARK STREET wrote ed Jack In Frost"to the Franklin When someon paper.< $25000 Down $4126 Month
I a

of my corn crib?" The editor r e
1 I U Jj
plied "Remove across the street.'

j ALL TYPE REFRIGERATION & AIR CONDITIONINGALL card Very," popular They were was the usually"businesi mi ((1)) Rights to Private Beach And Boat Club On Lake

In a column of their own. Doctor
SERVICE GUARANTEED used them freely, a practice nov L.
deemed beyond the 01 e ut eth'ci

24 HOUR SERVICE Tradesmen."card," A Deposit too; ran carriage their week mah!;y ,. ) ((2)) Private Childrens Playground

.. ers bum went work.like this Jake, "1 don't do i> ((3)) Private Bass Stocked Lake On Property .
Dietrich, oRoxbury s4
Phone RO 6-1765
advertised his furri ,
po- tore shop this way: "I can below a ((4)) Private Roads
as anybody in the business, +

At Kelly Comers, blacksmlt h ((5)) Protected Game Refuge
W. L. GEIGER George Peet advertised "Wher
wa use the hemmer on the hrose
feet, and notes. his ribs. A Lily

.. . '''' - --t.-..." ".. .... ",,' 1"+.;. "

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News, Friday, May 26, 1961 Pag 12 I 67 Died In television." accidents involved an injured injured hunters were taken for
Aldrich said that safety education transported in vehicles. Only two game and all of them were

: Florida .HuntingAccidents classes conducted by volunteer person who was out o olsftfh taken for turkeys. At least two I' i' a'
instructors authorized by person who was out of sight of of them had been engaged in
The Okeechobee NewsEntered III '60 the National Rifle Associationmust the shooter "calling" when they were shot

have done a great deal of Although listed as "while hunt- Incomplete information indIcated
Gun accidents resulted in 67
as Second Class Matter July 1. 1911, at the Post Ofic.1D the good. Ing" many of the accidents a third may have been call.
Okeechobee, Florida Under Act of March a. 1879 casualties Jh Florida during "These people work without could be more truly attributedto ing.
Subscription Price (Un advance) per year $3.00 12-month period that ended with pay as a public service" the "plloJdng" rather than actual "The report! again shows that
the In February.
Two Years, $5.00; Six Months. $2.CO. Shorter periods not accepted. ; hunting season fatal director explained "Most of the hunting. Only 34 of the 67 I carefully supervised shooting Is
Fourteen accidents were "
Instructed have attended a very safe sport Aldrich said
youngsters accidents occurred while actual.
official Firearms
according to the
much briefer and "It also Indicates gun-eafely instruction
The others
EMMALENE B. MOORE Advertising Manager Report by the ly seeking same.
less comprehensive than recommended occurred Is a big help but we 5t
PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY AT OKEECHOBEE FLORIDA Florida Game and Fresh Water during preparation or "
need lot of it.
-- -- by safety experts. As a during transport to and from a more
Fish Commission.The result, they have not been eligible I the field. The annual accident summary ,.
There Joy Scout -I report covers the period for NR.A. safety cards, Is compiled by the Commissionwith f Ft
Here A.any of the accidents occur.
between the close of the hunt-
and we know that such abbreviated the aid of Florida Sheriffs,
Charters Issued Ing season in 1960 and the close red when gun users stumbledor
programs lack uniform. and Is pert of a North American
And YonderEMERSON of the season In 1961. fell with firearms or
Survey conducted the National
ity. Nevertheless, they must be by
Two Boy Scout Charters have Brightest spot In the picture, doing good." knocked them down accidentally.However RiCe Asscodatlon. The N.R.A.gunsafety .
E. MOORE been granted to the Florida' according to Commission Director only four mishaps were Includes

Okeechobee City ha something School for Boys at Okeechobee A. D. Aldrich, Is a reductionIn the Shotguns number again of accidents led rifles and in blamed on faulty gun mechanism Instruction program with: tested nationwide THE BUMPER HUGGER . Hug a gin okay, if you

that most town in the state of The Charters were granted uponapplication accidents involving juveniles.!. most of the injuries were incurred Thirty-seven of the injuries, and accredited teachers The have her permission. But hug a bumper? Do so at your own risk.'
more than half the total, were
Florida! would give their eyeteeth through authorized Twenty-eight of the casualties at close Pistols caused Game and Fresh Water Fish cautions the AAA Foundation for Traffic Safety. Following too
to posses, and they do epresentatives to carry on the were less than 18 years of age only four casualties range and there definitely classified as the" result Commission acts as the Florida closely Is I major cause of traffic accidents. Always allow at least
of "careless handling. Vir
Boy Scout of Character and 39 were adults. A ago
with it. The center of program hous.
nothing clearing for firearms vehicle ahead for
and the every
were no air gun injuries. Small all of the car length between yourself
mishaps one
tually were
kidding than hall of the victims
nd Citizenship Train more
!town fa bisected by what is
safety instructors and materials able
) were juveniles game hunting was responsible considered the result of "bor. 10 mph of speed. If the car In front halts suddenly, you'll
could be immeasurably more so ing.In for 29 casualties while deer I carelessness." -- to avoid a colU lol\ Mr. Muffet (above) demonstrates
a beautiful! park. Completely surrounded March of this year a Boy "We can only assume that gun derline Florida ranks 25lh in the nationIn to stop In time
by spreading oak and Scout Planning Committee composed safety education Is having some I hunting, as urual, showed up a I: Use of a turkey can In thickly all cattle including dairy- a bumper hugger in $cUm.
effect" Aldrich said. "Although relatively safe sport with only wooded to bea and Seth nationally in beef ani
maple trees, a large portion of of Chaplain John M. Dick areas appeared
it 1 Is covered by inviting shade. eon, chairman Howard S. Gull there is no compulsory gun-safety I five Injuries. Supervised target dangerous pastime. Only four mall.
Facilities in the park, however ford and Thomas H. Broome met Instruction in Florida at the pre. shooting was not involved in I
are not so inviting to the weary to formulate plans to organize sent time, there has been a'' any accident.
tourist who would perhaps like Scat Troops at the Training great deal of work by public. I More than half of the Injuries . BOSTON STORE HAS A NEW
setl lnflieted.! Six _
were occurred
to tarry awhile, stretch his legs School Paul Luce Field! Scout spirited people In behalf of care.
and sit for a bit In the cool Executive of the Gulf Stream fill firearms use. There has been while gum were being! \ It
shade. It (boasts no benches and Council B. S. A. was invited to a constant campaign on the !hors In newspapers and mag. =::
has only a couple picnic tables meet with this committee: and part of outdoor writers and ed. azlnes as well as on radio and FREE BELT FOR YOU

wllh cement seaU. No sign of Her professional advice. Mr. -
welcome greets the traveler, Inviting xiee urged the appointment of a f/IIl. -
him to enjoy the hospitality Troop Committee and explainedthe
of Okeechjobee. Venders et Scouting Program Later the ELGIN WATCHES During Our Annual SLACKS WEEK -

fruits: and vegetables monopolize Troop Committee was appointed 17 JEWELS, SHOCKPROOF, WATERPROOF, ONLY
the corners of the park in se' follows: Thomas H. Broome, STARTING MAY 25, thru MAY 31

direct competition to our local chairman J. A. Young, Howard $19.95 and up
merchants Cars use most of S. Ginlford, John J. Wendt, David -
the shade as parking space on O Prince, L. L. Williams,
South Park Street Lack of facilities Virgil! D. Wilson, E. B Davis andChaplain BULOVA WATCHES

makes the tourist wonder Dickson were appointed 17 JEWELS, SHOCKPROOF AND WATERPROOF i, Choose now from racks and stacks of good looking, lightweight SLACKS for your

who took down the "Keep Off Institutional Representatives The k leisure days ahead, and receive a handeomefine! quality
the Grass" signs People who committtee elected Charles. Me- $24.75 and up
would stop and ask about Okee. Dugald and Hodges Davis to
chobee from those who would use serve as Scoutmasters. LAYAWAY THAT GOOD QUALITY, JEWELRY ; BELT-FREE

the benches drive on throughthe The Troop committee along STORE WATCH NOW-WHILE STOCK IS
town because they are not and Instiutlonal !
with the Scoutmasters -
Invited to Stay Representatives later at- COMPLETE. New Continental Look? Ivy Look? Pleated or non-
There is plenty of room for a .
tended a Scout Leadership Trailing

horse tennis shoe court,court.shuffle It boerd could of be a Intensive Course.training After three end study weeks the of WATCH OVERHAUL pleated? Na your Favorite-We have it in all the .1))

made inviting to tourists and residents SPECIAL !
alike, but it sets there committee with members certificates.were presented newest fabrics for Spring and Summer. ); j it
: ,
., .
unattractive, used only as a :
Troops are as follow: Troop
market place and a parking 630 White( ( Department and NEEDED, AND OVERHAULING MOVEMENT. !

area. Troop 781 Colord Department). ONE-YEAR GUARANTEE. $4.98 S 8.98 :
Charter members of Troop 630are
will bean
Just a reminder There
Thomas Goss Billy Maynard, $7.50This
important meeting of the Boat Charles Stallings, Dempsey OTHER'SLACKS to $12.98 .' _---
dub Thursday night at the com- Thorn, Billy Burke William Rol- Special Is For The Monthsof : : '
mission room in the court house. and, Grady Smith, Gary Green,
7:30 p. m. Don't stay away because William Brice, Robert Frye $u- May and June Only. ;! New fresh 'colors for spring and summer In 100% dacron, dacron and .
you've never been there. Rusty and Complicated! Watches N wool dacron and orlon wools acetates ,
gene; Durance Donald Lee, rayon blends, dacron and rayon "
Everyone Is welcome. You'll enjoy Fredrick Trembley, Thomas Hen- Not Included.We $ a I ,
the meeting we're sure and 6haW. rayon ''I li
will be just in time to pay your Charter members cf Troop 781 engrave, free of charge with purchases, FREE ALTERATIONS ON ANY PANTS-$4.98 and up :
dues (which! are very reason Eb werdqua., KenneUitouraton name or dates on all watches, (jewelry, lighters,
i sa>14) since no one has 1614II) James McM lion. Chare bracelets and anklets This work >. don. while
M yet. Of course The News ,ta' Tixxnpaan, Sam GroUty\ you welt . Let us engrave Initials or name on ,
but moot of you Cash Charge Lay-Away
dated Friday
Owen Denson Joseph HiU 0aI.vin SLACKS WEEK SPECIAL
will get your copy Thursday evening Digram Johnny Young, the back of your watch . This Is a safety
Soon as you hove read it Frank Smith George King, precaution If watch Is lost or stolen! Our Entire Stock of Regular $6.98

get ready and come to the meeting James Hudson, Rocky Williams

Called on John (Abe) Fergusonat
the hospital Tuesday He'i SAVES TWO MILLION 6.552 pair 13.00 OKEECHOBEE PHONE 2.1981
going on his ninth week there, Florida Forest Service tire fight
Belt with Each Pair
recovering from a busted leg. ers saved nearly $2,000,000 worth Plus a FREE
He climbed all over us for not of property other than forest land
calling more often .A very good last year. I
indication that he feels much better -
We hope to tee horn home

Charlts soon. Christopher Johns FORT PIERCE SERVICE GUIDETHESE

Mr. and Mrs. Charles Aubrey
Johns have announced the birth

of a son, Charles Christopher,
Raiierson; hospital. The baby
weighed 6 Ibs IS oz. at birth.

Mr end Mrs. Harold E. Orville
of Santa Monica, California who
"were visiting her mother, Mrs:

left for Boston and New York

where they will visit friends and PIANOS ORGANS' GET A JOHN DEERE
their eon Dr. Philip Moore Or- ELECTROLUX .
villa and family. Dr. Orville Is 10 MORE DAYSRODERICK lillI/d..
/j) s
teaching at Cornell University.


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t SHORTS & SKIRTS TO MATCH from 9.95 a

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Young Billy may have toRalt 1303 Orange Ave. Fort'Pierce Fort Pierce, FloridaPITTSBURGH
: a few year before his
first shave but It's never too .
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of cleanliness and Telephone
( That eager look 01 707 Orange Avenue es
anticipation( may change as the Fort Pierce, Fla. 4306 South U.S. No. 1 Fort Pierce, Fla.
-\arrival of fact fur convince Florida Is A
Bill that shaving is on. of'theeceeeary B HO 40056 CALL COLLECT PAINTS
dally ritual of a
nvU-ffroomd man. But one Dandee
: .
''Ill's grown up, the..'. no need i Dur-AI Windows Patio-Magic Doors
for deferring"defurring"
| Thank to such recent improvements .
as the adjustablerazor Small & Wide Vents Store Fronts
and super sharp blades, WALKER & SHEET METAL
having is easier than ever anfcoUi ROOFING
; lad and Dad can exper 4" A 7" Jalousies Auto Glass
fence smooth k clean,>comfort- V PEST CONTROL BONDED FOR NEW ROOFS
= barest e ." .t+. Tub Enclosures I Table Taps
Chemical &
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:.. REPOSESSED Exterminating CAREY
General Electric

= Flo Washing Machine. Dandee Is Dandee Bread Company SERVING OKEECHOBEE & lutln eSII !

Taken back for lack of Experienced Men FORT PIERCE OVER 38 YEARS
: payments. Model No. Modern Equipment ALL WORK GUARANTEEDBELL
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13 Ofceechobea, New, .Mday, May 26, 1961SOlIEBODY'S most Independently of the par. I Social workers at The Sunland common guilt of mankind. .
I IMra. eats, overlooking the primitive i Training Centers now get to know "My father let me do anythingI '
{ Joan Sobei was describing ' bond of the flesh" which link i die parents as well as the child.In I I wanted," a young man at the "..--:---::::
her impressions aa she entered parents. good' or bad, weak or many cases, they encourage Florida School for Boys at Mar!. .....:! TILE AND TERRAZZO
an auditorium to met with strong, wise or foolish, with their the family to keep the child in 'anna told me. "I know -why this .
other parent of mentally retard. offspring. the home as long as possible and was, too. He !ttried to make up to fromftasBi6te 1 "'"- ..
CHILD ed children.. She might well have I Next to death, parenthood b surround him with the love only me because he was divorced
been speaking of parent of undoubtedly the most profound they can give. They help parents f.'OI1my mother. I wish he had If ye loved roe, ye would WORK DONE BY EXPERTS
By Addle Summers youngsters in institution under human experience. It Is only natural face facts about their child. Usually been stricter." have rejoiced, because I to .
The Division of Child Training that intense emotions surround these facts are less ominous Another boy's stepfather mistreated unto the Father for the
robllrttlon Child Training Rpeclallit! ftchooli, DlflnlonOl School. the relationship! of parents than not knowing, not quite being him. "He's miserable, Father greater-John than 14 I.:28).
Stale Of t lurid* Both mental retardation and and children, and many times sure. himself," the boy said "I know
"There were old people and delinquency cut across bound- opposite emotions clash in the For the parents of boys and that. But it doesn't make things On soul this be Good lifted Friday by the, remembrance let WE ARE QUALIFIED DEALERS IN TILE AND
young ones, well dressed people rles'(i class, culture and finance. same well-meaning parent. girls in conflict wkh the law, any easier" your of the assurancesof
and folks from the other side! of Parenta have as many individual Couples who have a mentally)] very little has been done so far. The schools do what they can Jesus, by the knowledgethat TERRAZZO WORK AND OUR PRICES ARE
the track, there were obviously. differences as children. retarded child want to protect Parents have borne the brunt to improve relations. They re the Father'a love la infinite FAVORABLY COMPARABLE TO ANY. DIXON
happy people and Bad, beaten I Until recent years, institutions him. At the same time, they of blame for delinquency. Such quire youngsters to write home and unfailing.
couples." I have tried to help the children: alA went to give him every chance expressions as "There are no Juvenile once a week, and they encour HAS INSTALLED MANY JOBS IN THE OKEE-
to develop to his fullest potential delinquents only delinquent age parentts 10 visit. Boys with
Even though they know intellectually parents," have been brandished perfect grades get to spend religious must produce the majority of the CHOBEE AREA AND HAS JUST COMPLETED
that a retarded child about indiscriminately holidays at home. Thelrla' timber needed for products demanded
M be born to anyone, for reasons Many times parents who sincerely ,. school at Ooala holds by the expanding pepute.tion. TERRAZZO WORK AT THE NEW BIG LAKE
over which they have no control, want to do the best thing Parents' Day" once every three PLUMBING
months, When parentts learn Generally speaking, tree farming PRESS BUILDING AND FERGUSON
they; may suffer from deep feel. for their child make lad mistaks. \ -
whet is being done for their Is full use of timberland
ings of guilt. Often they themseJvs are BUILDING. WE WELCOME INSPECTION OF
I Parents may feel it Is wrong hemmed In by circumstance daughters and are free to talk The Tree Farm program recognizes .
to "abandon" their retarded child They are paying for the mistakesof with instructors. water, wildlife, rcreation, OUR WORK
to en institution, or they may their own parents and theirs Even this small gesture has and soil conservation as natural
place him hastily and try to fcr before them, and (expanding the been impossible' at the boys' results of the tree farming, pro M'4 FREE!< ESTIMATES NO!II II'OBLIGATION I 1
get he was ever born. blame to include us all) for the schools,. because of the high ra cess. Thus the Tree Farm provid.es m I -
tio of students to staff. many land uses, ell in the
Y The next step In improving! public interest, although the growing We have our own portable power plant and are
treatment of Florida boys and of wood for the nation's needs equipped to Install work in rural areas without
WE HAVE THE FACILITIES FOR girls in trouble, the authorities is the prime!"' purpose.
Ladles Canvas Ladles' All LeatherWEDGIES agree, will be to extend help into
the homes to which the )'OUI1e"sten
PARTIESCLUB so-called "rare earths" are '
NAVY AND BLACK Tree FarmInspectors not particularly rare. Most 01
these chemical elements are
Are more common than gold or silver
ALL 129SIZES 1 199 Some, like lanthanum, cerium, TILE AND TERRAZZO
pair Set For CountyCraig and. neodymium, are more abund
pr. CHURCH GROUPS Bell, Forester Contain. ant than lead. i
BIRTHDAY PARTIES America Ben Woolen iI
ALL LEATHER WHITE PUMPS er Corp. of ; I Business HO 4-1728 Residential HO 1.5969
S SERVICE CLUBS Hercules Powder Co., Jack WAR TRICKS -
Fort Pierce, Florida P. 0. Box 1187
Information and
THONGS CLASS PARTIES A. Brodhague. Submarine mines and booby
BEIGE and WHITE MEDIUMS NARROWS BUSINESS MEETINGS Education Forester, and R C. traps were widely used In the
Florida Forest Service
HIGOLo Karnegay, Civil War.
AND CAN EFFICIENTLY AND PROMPTLY have been designated as r
I99 : A99[ SERVE A LARGE GROUP OF PEOPLE. certified inspectors for the Am. e
erican Tree Farm System, which
pair HEELS pro DIGNIFIED ATMOSPHERE COOL, COMFORTABLE this year celebrates its 20th anniversary
PRIVATE. ALL AT ECONOMICAL They are availabblefor Brand
PRICES. the Tree Farm Inspection in a

_11I11I .",....0"""" .? II I ,..... "" ..."'....__ Okeechobee: Indian River, Martin .
RO 6.1461 FOR RESERVATIONS and St. Lucie counties.As .
.,....- v 1 IIIIIWI 1 Foresters, these men are
familiar with forest management
problems in these four counties
They should be contacted by own. Roundup
ers of small private woodlands
,tq.. SIERRARESTAURANT desiring to qualify for the Tree }
Farm System and also by those s s r
landowners whose timber tracts
already are certified but who desire .
additional technical assis
The American Tree Farm Sys.tern .
Is an Industry-sponsored program wN
OKEECHOBEEIT LOU and OPAL RILEY, Mgrs for growing trees as a cropor r
Phone RO 6-1461 Downtown Okeechobee private lands. Its purpose Is
to encourage sound forest manage
ment on small woodlois. which





NAME UNLESS THE NAME The famous Thrlftmaster 6 does the saving
as standard equipment in this Fleetside
model. For V8 choose the
( power, you can
IS REGISTEREDThe Trademastor V8, optional at extra cost.

fictitious name statute was changed by the ,, "
;, Here to talk up Chevy't r >
1951 Legislature and The Okeachobea News has the
big taring roundupis
forms for registration and adver.
necessary proper
Western tar Roy i z
ting. AGAINST RABIES AT THE Ropers{ They tell mt a

The charge for advertising the notice the necessary it', the best time of all to put your brand on a

four times is $15.00.As hard-workinp, easy-riding I.F.S. truck. I &

You'll find a full corral to pick Jrom-each
amended by the 1951 session, the law reads "
I built and priced to save you plenty. '
as follows:
CITY HALL Roy's laying it right on the line, letting you
"It shall be unlawful for any person or parsons, in on the best time to buy and the' best place u d ? -

as defined herein, to engage in business as herein to save I That goes for whatever model you

defined, under fictitious name as herein defined, need, too . from pickups to tandems. And ri ,ice
without and unless said fictitious name shall be with Chevy's I.F.S. (Independent Front Suspension i,."

registered) with the clerk of the circuit court of ) soaking up road shock and Vibration,

the county where the principal place of businessis your Chevrolet stays young, protects the load

which registration shall consist of filing with the May 27th 9 to 4 better, works faster. You make more money "

clerk aforesaid, an affidavit signed by all interested And who can offer you anything better than

persons, stating under oath the names of all those that? Just see your dealer-soon. '

interested In the business enterprise, the extent of

the interest of each, and the fictitious name under CHEVROLETQS

which said business Is carried on. Said registration
CheTjr's heftjr 261-cu.-ln. Jobmaster lis a,
not be made until the
may person or persons desiring
TRUCKS big reason for the outstanding popularity of
to engage In business under a fictitious name Series 60 middleweight.
shall have advertised his or their intention to register
said* fictitious name at least once a week for four DR. FRANK PLAIT
See local authorized Chevrolet dealer
((4)) consecutve weeks In some newspaper as definedby your
law In the where -..........................................-...............-...........--..............-........--..-
county ) said registration Is to :

be made, and said registration shall not be acceptedby

the clerk of the crcult court except upon receiving Gilbert Chevrolet Co., Inc.
proof of such publication
Phone ROdeo 24231 N. Park St.


Continues Through Sat. May 27




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Pag* Oktechobt* N ws, Friday, May U, 1961 80CTS OKETCBOBEE: FIRST ADDITION Astronaut Lost the astronaut crossed the International la, it was midnight.. Here he advanced FIRS LOSS
Lot* 1 to U l Incl Block W Thoraa* Packing Co 225 M ,
--- !iOTJCII: Lou i and 4 Block 34 Jack Butler !'US'! ; '..:::::: 4489 Date Line northwest of into Wednesday the day
Lot 2. 4 and 6 lea* land to Joiner in Hawaii when it was about 1:30: of I his departure.At Korkla has 4.7 per cent: of tile
IS HEREBT! GIVEN that tax certificate aplnlt the following 50 C A. :Thoma* 3668 Regained Day
NOTICE de :rlb. of Juni i A D. 1961 at thy Court Houia In tha County ot Ok.echob.e.Btat. NORTHWEST ADDITION Russia's astronaut whiz zed Tuesday, the day before he took
; well>> cent
landed Soviet Union had 10
in the state nearly per
of Florida to pay amount due for taxaa for the year 1960 LoU 1 to 20 Incl Block 17 Ronald Draner 7871 through 25 hours in 89 minute the !
hertln aet oppoalta' to aama together with all coata of au dvartlilng I Said aala to begin at 11 o clock noon.Deicrlplloa Lot 10 Block 26 rhrlitlne Godwin .HE'..... 956 seeming trick of was '
As the
flyer passed high above the meanwhile had turned
Lot 14 Block 3D earth loss occurred;
Wallace Lamb HE' IS 67 caused by the fact that his swi/t The greatest
Acrra Owner Tn Lota 12 and : :::::: : Drake
13 Block 27 Jack Butler .. 816 Passage which separates eastward
22V degrees
tot 6 Sue. 25 Twp, 25 R 33 ... ....U Chaa E. Sallow ..,.Tbouth g 16 Lot 14 and 16 Block 27 "' .. orbit around the world took himaCJ'OIS million which
David Allgood, HE ... 15 67 the three acres
lot 15. Block 28. Townalta ot D wa Harry KolH ............... U1Se.r"J SOUTHWEST both International the tip of South America from Ills actual time in space was on
4 acrei M R o8i S3: lot 24, Seo. 28 4 Clarence Hubbard ......... :361 LoU ( and Block 10 Frank John 'HE' ......... 1917 Date Un, and a point ot mid the Antarctic's Palmer Peninsu reportedly 89 minutes have m organized fire protection."those .
: cor of NW
%, run W 158 8 100 ft to ft, *E OB 60, lot S Block B Henry Shaw 'HE': ......... 3386 night. :
6 Oft,
W on line ROYAL OAKS Sl"BDI'ISIONLoti' On the basis of press reports,
100 ft to Beg
ft. N
Twp 36 R. 33 Ingraham Lofton "HE'* .... lU. and 9 Block nUllell Klnl "UZ" ...... 19.11 the astronaut'i tirno schedule] has
KW'4 of' S'WI.4 ot SWH of f.E'i Eif and Rita Dow Tyner Lot 3 and SVi lot 2 Block Ru..ell Klnl .............. 30.61 been worked out WellmanChamberlln
See. 84 Twp. SS R 33 2 -HE1 .......... 364 WOODLAND PARK by

Lots 34 Block 3, Bmlnger Buslnen Ray Murdock .............. :I k LoU 1, 2. I to 13 Incl Block 20 Geo Mill .. ............... 2441 the National Geographic good
tI NE cor vl NE'i: LoU 8, 4 and 5 Block 20 Geo Mllla "HE1 ........... 856McMfLLEN Society's veteran cartographic

Jj"onM'no 8 210 ft, 420 ftto WOODLAND PABK engineer He used the Soclety'
FOB. run W 210 ft, 8 210 ft, Lot 1 and 1 Block 29 n..rl) Moult .............. '.18
B S10 ft, N 210 ft to FOB. Sec .. Lota i 6 and 6 Block 29 Rlcbar4 11. Ennl .........11.91 new world globe which
R 33 1 It C. :Raul ron 'HI': .1453 BASS PIBDIUSION old ?
35 Twl> 8Sh has special measuring! tools to days
Lo f JOt c t i'J'JlOKEEClIOBEliI Lot a Block 4 Willie Lee Thomaa 'HE' .. 1560u2 . .
I. i 23 and 24 Block a 16 enable users to plot the courses
t !ITS.. SF-C.Ie.A. W. C. Gra, .................. ::11.11.All Block I 6 Roy John Gllchrlit W Slmpaon: "'HE': ::'.. 367SOITHEEV of satellites and rockets" .
FEC n/w

land to Stolnott 35 -Sec. Twp. Bernard Zlnunrm ....... 71,tl Lot 7 Block 2 Frank Man ......t......... 440 Major Yuri Gagarin is reported bosh "
33 Binge Stolnoff Seo 5 Twp Lot 6 Block S Lemmle Blair .............. 440 to have blasted oft from s
All Irn 'bto Zimmerman ....... 13.10.All LoU 1 and a Block 4 Frank ..
.13 Range ?, Lot 4 Block 4 Altha Johnion May* ::::::::::::: lU'' base in the Black Sea area at .

a a A..NI."tf .] 'ly : Lot 6 Block Flora Scott ................. 440 9:07 I. m Wednesday. (As the
tltat" Lot 11 Block 4 Slmpaon Well ............. 440
f.Of8R, :};:. dRC 5H. ; Foc lIullde,. ............... 52.08 Lot 11 Block D Krank May ............... 1942 Soviet Union operates on daylight .
Tliat part IMS N i of NE' IvlngB ; Lot 1 Block E: Frank May ............... 440 ; time the year around this :
and that part t of All Block 4. Flnt Addition to ; .
Rd of 2"Rd le.29 a 1 ncra In NW cornf Southern Plnea :Roy Gllchrlat ..... .... ...... 158 presumably! was 8:07 Standard
NWi* of S\\'t except 8 217ami WRIGHT ft BASS SIBDIMSION time,)
7 8 17 83 35 1139 Fox Builders 64061Warran Lot 6 Block D Walter McKensla. Eit ..... 440
nl ..9NW!. ot 135Iy t and M.b.1 Lovell... 3197Be LoU 18 and 19 Block D J. A. Price ................. 8 in CrMitt Data Line
Lot 23 Block D Quern Esther Brown ..... 440 Soaring across the Soviet Union .
KB cor 17S nm W onllna Lot 34 Block D R. C. Bellamy ............ 440
2401 ft. to NH ct>r lot 17.arcordlnf RAILROAD ADDITION Into space above the Pacific,
t unrecorded plat I
dated 1-5.(0 run S and E ndry LoU t and 4 Block 1 Dougla* Hal' 'HP' ...... 867
from Lot a Block 1 llarry Harrli ,.8 440Lot
17660 ft. for FOB;
lot Ruelf :: :::::::::
FOB W on linn 1'.1.1'WIth 1 to 6 IncL, Block S Bellamy 4569
N bdry Soc 6 1320 ft run Lot 6 Block 10 Frneat Kenti .............. 6222
W bdry lot U 660 ft to Lot 11 Block U Queen Esther Brown ...... a 67
B 8W on'M lot 'I, run G on 8 bdry Lot 4 Block 12 Roy Gllchrlat .............. 440
Inta 31. 32 33, :M. boln, a parallel EAST RAILROAD ADDITION
line with N bdry Seo 6. a Lot 11 :to T. and 1ettv! Moore .
distance of 1320 ft to SB en lot LoU 17 and 18 Willie and Carrl. Wlllon.. 86
:: nsfr.on J: "33 J t 3t' Wn R. Odom : .17OKEECIIOBEE WRIGHT'S FIRST ADDITION

LoU 1 to 9 Incl 11 and 12 Block 15 Cfcarlt Otcar Lasilter ..... 4191

Janift L Jonti .., 440B Lot 2 Block A :Ruby Coleman ............ 440
Lot 5 Block 4 nlto Pere 440 LoU 1 and 2 Block D tmmctt & Beaal Bronion
tot 7 Block 6 Alton F Clemrnta 440 I "HE'i .19.17f.
Let 9 Block and 9 6 Block SLot David E. McMillan 816K LoU 1 and. 2 Block' 3 RENFRQ PR :Richard Shirley Collln* .. 4 40Wtt
Lots 8 O Barnett .... 440Jamea SW>4 of SE<4 N of Rd 70Seo
13 Block 11 9 A Baldwin 440 15 Twp 37 Range 85 20 Clifton. Elll: ................ 7823
Lot 6 Block Browning 4 Colder 440Vnknown Beg 310 ft S of NE cor of NW'i of
Block 11
Lot 1ft PDKLota SE'i. run S 128 ft W 196 ft. N is different
.iCrc.O.E Block 81 44 178 ft. W 49 ft. N 180 ft. E 245 "Farming now. Profits depend on more
Incl Block 32Lota Unknown J 17 ft. See 22 T..I'3111an.* 35 1s* Jo* Suarei ................. 2092
to 24 Ind
Lota 1 1 and 3 Block S4 Ruth B. Young SSI 440 ATHLEON ALDERMAN efficiency, with greater production per man, per acre

Lots U and 19 Block 41 Okaecnobee Earl Little TAX COLECTOROKEECHOBEE and machine. This calls for time-and-labor saving
LoflS Blotk2: Elledga per
Herbert White 'HE' 861 Publlih May 8. 13. 19. 25 COUNTT.

ParkBeg. NW cor nf NE'l of NE't o ft W nf The Okeachobo. N.... electricity. You'd be surprised how much of my work

1i.1.nlWOlftJ J 39 fc Lurena Clay B40 Reddy Kilowatt has taken over. . and the extra cash

4 Petit Park C. L. ..nd PataY' Conrad
lot 18 Block "HE" ................. .1308ICONNEB he's put in my pocket"


Lots;: 18 U Inc43 to 43 Incl 'Holiday Beach Operating Yes! . the big difference in today's Florida rural scene <,
30 Co 1341

Lota 7 to II Incl Block i Holiday Co Beach.Operating: .... 3W Have Them Cleaned r You tan actually have a r is the ever-Reddy electric switch. On the farm and in ,

TAYLOR CREEK DEMLOPMENT I IY Life tr.e InsursiK with a *Farm retirement Bureau your home, Reddy is your willing, tireless "wired hand"

Lot I 1 Block Block SLot 8A. nJ.oI .!t'le Ie::':::::: 62 617 23 ''plao"'f- \ whose low wages can't be beat.

Lot 3 Block 11 Jamea W. Campbell ........ 617 SPOTS BECOME SET THROUGH You plant jronr 1m wrmT;

Lot 10B BlCKk 11 tnknown ..7.Vnknown ..::::::::::. 617 440Chaa you purchase your plan Von III1uJ

Beg. NE cor of NWU run W on OXIDATION (AGE) cultivate f
BPO lin. "628ft., 9 &.! ft.. E your tree with lavings I
131.3 ftoo S 795 ft. E 3f 15 ft. to during your earning years } ;
center Sec 38 N 1320 ft. to beg !!. .
I'M land to A. Markham Sfo.S9 & Barbara, Campbell DRY CLEANING KILLS ALL FORMS and when you retire your tree tfIPt.lg.Y.d

Twp 87, Ranm SS 6'4N 'HE ... W provides a guaranteed monthly -I II
i,* of 8B>; Bet 80 Twp 37 R 36 40 Jlmmla Robbln* OF MOTH LIFE I income. S.
Beg. NW of SEU of 6EUPOB II your locals
run E 160 ft, S 0. 02" E ,, today. '{ now a Bigger Bargain than ever
to 17 laka level 3 63. :Z2 along :
17' to Intenect line dividing THE NOMINAL COST OF DRY CLEANING Agent
*;'4 of NEit from WH, of NEVi T.
N 0" 02 W on ,uld lin* to BegS Bergen
) of Lot 42 W of :Rd 7S 8to. 19 So. Fla. Office Supply
Twp 38. Pang* 85 15B ft Paula Stokeld U* HtLftH9 BUILD FLORIDA
60 fU of WV4 See IT Twp 84 R38Ji Eugen Frlta 177Tmonr REPLACING YOUR CLOTHING Bldg.'
itrlp ot land 100 it wide B'g at '
Road 68 and run .Northerly RO 2-1201 < ,>> ,' J' > '" i \ "' '.

Wf.I1 ;a5 860" a".\ : Taylor .............. ST7Clamml CALL RODEO 2-4491 4"
1Iockl' and ,. .t Sherman '*.and L wlf WaldronMB '
. . tSIO
t t Block B UAJCanrrBW SO Unknown .................. <.MA
Lot 11 mud WM Lot 13 Flock II
C'o.-lldat.rLand Co SO and1Ieg.
from Hancock MC between! OKEECHOBEECLEANERS
Sees 4 and S run Southerly onML
60! ft to NW llna A B An.dcrion .
for FOB, 3S4
2r W rorK Southerly on
water level to point opposlttnd
parallel to pro] BE line AB
Anderaon property cN8Sfl'
W 443 4 ft. to Beg
38 Range 38 23 .. B. Andenon 'HE' ..... 10.U OKEECHOBEE FLORIDA
Tha NW 1/3 cf followln* proP'fty!
Beg SW cor lot 85 Block 8.
Great Lakei SD run SVVly onweat
lin* extend*
f<\ frlfot 35 to a'l bdry 441 for
FOB, continue on aald I'rol
line 2218 ft. to 17' laklev*!,
Serly on IT lakt level 207 13 ft.
to an Iron (take. Nerly 229,6 ftta .
Intersect S boundary Rd 441
If)* 3 ft. from FOB .Nwelr5/
S boundary Rd to
et als ., 197
Twp 13 Range 18 Ed Creassmen I
Lot It Block 4 GREAT LAKES SDof
'Lnka front lota C M Barbey 'HE' 41] ,

Lot 43. Block 6 GREAT LAKES SOof
Lake front lot* E A. Englemarm 490 Reduced Prices

Lot 18 Block 3 Pearl McDonald 177J
8 int-l Block t L. Lamont ... 251
1 to
Lot 7 Block 22 Robert! A Corby.......... 1.77OKEECJlOBEE I I

Lot 10 and 11 Block GARDENS 42Lota Jogrphlne Thurnmlti 177 ONTreasure
1:1: and 22 Block 57 Pearl McDonald 177Klmer
Lot 13 and 19 leal Rd R/W Bl E7IL Chavra 177

Mint SOL
Lot 21 Block 1 Paul Brantley! ......, 177
Lot 18 Block 2 Unknown .. ...... 177 Island I
Lot t Block 18 :Blanche Bak well ,,.. 177
Lot 10 Block JO One Pulford 177ena
Lot 24 Block 84 Pulford 177
Lot 10 Block 45 Jay Wright ..... 177tnknown 1
Lot* 10 and 11 Block 46 .. 177
Lot 8 and 4 Block 47 Unknown 177
lot 18 and 19 Block 61 Unknown .,. 177
Lot 8 and t Block 13 nknown .. ............... 177Mr
Lot 10 and 11 Block 63 *. F Q. Johmon 177 LOTSLOCATED


Lot 11 to 14 Incl Block 2 .To''l'hln.' Kenner ..., IS 67B
Lou 1 ta 28 Incl Block 4 P Ahney .... 9S 21B
Lot 3 to 8 Incl and 13 Block 7 P. Abney 2692
Lot 1 to 9 Incl 11 to 16 lm.1 11 ta
B. P. Abney ............... 91.2 ON 70-FT.( CANALS, 18Vi FT. DEEP,
Lou26.I rd 17 to 21 Inc .
Block 9 B. P. AbneY' ............... 48.19Loti I 1
U and 18 Block' J. 11. Ware ................ 816Loti ON GOOD HARD STREETS. WATER TRANSPOR.
1 to & Inel.. Block B. Abn.y ............... 23.17Loti
1 to 8 Incl Block 10 ]I. ?. Abney. .. .... ....... 30G7
Lot 3 Block U .laniPl & Vera Wright ,440 TATION DO YOUR SHOPPING FROM YOUR
Lota 1, 1, 23 to 26 Incl Block 13 B P Abney '
LoU: 1 to 4 Incl 11 and 5 Block 13 B: F: Abney .:.: .:!!. alai

Lot Lot 4 4 Block Block IB (1059)U9bULota. > Jane ItSbb!i .......!.. ...."I 440 440Vm BOAT WHICH YOU CAN DOCK ON YOUR OWN

IS to 211ncl. Block 19 \ lloaer "uB
LoU 1 to 4 Incl 14 to 24 Incl,
30 P. ... '' <4B
Lotioc to 26 Incl Block 21 : P, Ahneji: ...........":.I: 9823B
Lot 1 to 6 inrl Block 22LotJ P 2317A
: 1 and 3 Block 24 u: Burkit :: :::: 816Jo"ph"1 : FLORIDA.
Lot J Block 24 Ciplel "HE" ... s"
Lot* 4 to 33 Inel except lot t, (, I
30 and 31 Block 24Lotit B P .
t to 20 Incl. Block I 25 Cap 'In ?nR ::::::::;:::" :JIMS f

Lot,4 And 5 Block 25 HOrRcI Curry "liE" ......> 862

:: f t': 2 I I': fao Elock 2 : : : ::::::::::::::: m II
Loti 1 to 28 Inri. I... loti 3 to 17IJ'L NY '.

Block 29 B. F Abney ............... 495 EXCITING NEW'PRODUCTS ARE YOOl $
Lot, 8 Block 87 Income Ino ................ 1567 CREATED FOR
: ..- 41 1lIa: Mral Booker ......... 440 $50000 iifr *. s- * < v *4 t
N of Iota I to 13 Incl Block 44 Deloria Allen .. .. .......... 4 40Jck68 ; ,
40It to 10 Incl. Block 67 Adnette Ie Ammon McClellan 8818on DOWN Yes everything linden th Meeklns Sun la designed ta the
bring1 finest
: tn2J' J c 81 Adnette k A McClellan 75 71AmmonM0C.llan you very
l ;;:;;: > '* (

Lot! 35 Block 64 1I.len Gordon.. .. .......... 8.18 I gf Engineered Concrete products.product* ihst Vvilli
Lota rand Incl, Block WLota ......... 5319

Lot) : 3 Block 6 Block 77 77Lota" i: ti\ \ : ;:ii :''':::.:.1943 8386 $30.00 PER MONTH f / i* offeryaif( moreln economy, In comfort, and In teaity tiar<> any otfier <

? to 13 Incl Block Ammon McClellan .......... 4569 "
li11n4 liiH ruaterial. The dfstjntlbn '
Lou 1 to 6 Incl. 10 13 fl / f ik/tji o originality is yoi>$ whertryou %'jijtj11"

All Block Block 83 83 Ammon: McClellanAmmon McClellanAmmon .::::::::: 84 4 40 91 8VrfiiLjJMtirri j (o versatile and economical concrete. Whether yyiu are buifd nj.

Lot* T to 6 nl ck"1'o':493' ': McClellanOrln ........ 1943 ulj
LoU T to 10 \ It.len Le. : 15 67 ,*Alj'llrprovnjk.whether1|| | ] you are thlnk'lngof a office !
new orp
Lou 1 to 13 Incl, Block 98 Ammon McClellan .:::::::.14569: buffding

Low Lota i to and.13 10 Inrl Block Block 106 101 Sam Ammon Thomaa McCWIan'HE'Ammon ........ 4161 612 . . . . . . . Pa l wa''! arounaycurtsckyari; bariecua-Jt Pavf V-

<14 IntIn IntIn I Lota Lota 7 7.: S I and and 9 9 Block Block\ jnJ luLota Ceo W.MoClellan King ..:::::::.!.2879 2879 I I to think of concrete. . and /'hen you 00.. It will pay you to th'nk cf
Block 109 '
4- and 6 tnknown .. 881
Lot t* Block 113 B F Golden".::::::::::.. 818 MeekJnj-firsin Sotth fJoritfa snce 1922. \ &
LoU 1 to 13 Incl. Block 114Lota Ammon McClellan ......... 90 73
t to 9 Incl Block 115 Ammon McClellanMcClella ......... 88'21 HODGES SON
Lota 1. 4. I and 6 Block 117Lota ...1867 & J yfo&W'e't
7.: I and 9 Block 117 Ph"B Itl'::: : 19 17
Lota 1 to I Incl. Block 131 John H. alkal' .......... 15:67 .
Lota 10 and alB Block 1U Gertrude ZeckermaaAmmon ,8067 , c talf itoiv on hfr t* u t Mncr t M p<# and (w'tfni "
Lota 1 and 157 McClellan ..::::":875 M fllitVF tol t lrt yt (
Lot 4.Block 157 Ammon McClellan ......... 11 81 < ouf''J''' cofbro liuHi Afl iaMaW nCwcret* ** fc
J '.d8 JnBlocI'r6 162 Ammon McClellan ......... 45 69
:: : Ben] RubelnC .. 8067
E,", lot 11 Block 165 Wlnkler. Eot. ............ 440 I IA
B Gentler Cray Dry Good* PHONE ROdeo 2-6134
:. k.l OCk 2112 Buck Trail . : . .:.::37.nLot. :
'I and 1 Block 20 Wllford Frtacott 'HE' ... .1917E

Lot I Block 807Lot 0 Arndt, Eat 1 18 !
4 Block 244 Polly' WargoGordon .:::::::::: 440: PHONE CALL WILL BRING US TO YOU. WE'LLBE

Lot 13 14 and U Block 347 Groom 'HE:" ,,.,1917
Lot 16 Block 247 Gordon Groom .. .. ...... 3087R HAPPY TO SHOW YOU THIS PROPERTY. :

Lot* 1 and :3 Block : E. A Veda Bu* "HE ,. 956L.
Lot 9 r Scharfachwerit. Eat 8 16Carlial I
Lot lIt;:tl Tboma* 116I :


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15 OU: +th&U. Ntws, Friday, May 26, 1961 LEGAL NOTICE coats aDd the .
small refreshment
NOTICE 15 HEREBY GIVEN Al old exterior wood U room. Laura Collins banquet to honor of the president'a here May 22, by Uw progig

Classified Out the Board of County Can Set one coat of outelde Said bids to be opened Tuesday vMt. D. D. P. Beulao Brown ef'Vero

I AdsFor n i dooers of Many other denitariea! attended Beach. After .
Okeechobe Coun gloss paint and all new June 13, 1961 at 10 o'clockA. District Pres.OfRcbckahs. her fcetalla.tion :
ty, JTorWa. will receive sealbids del wood to f't'one primer M. in the Commissioner Room the meeting and banquet, k> Mrs Collins conducted the
for painting the Courthouse coat and one glosa coat. at the Okeechobee County Courthouse eluding the IOOF Grand Muter busincM eewton and other district
I USID TV'S Annex accorodlnj: to the follow Inside ceiling to get Okeechobee County, Flor DeWitt Crosby of St. Petersburg. ofAcera were elected and
Sale or Rent GOOD CONDITION Inc specifications! : one coat of platinum.\ ida. The Board reserves the right I Twenty six: visitors from Miami, appointed.
All exterior block aur. paint and one coot of to reject and all bide Laura Coilina wo appointed\ M! St. Petersburg Fort Pierce, SWart Memorial exercisea were coo-
FOR clean RENT Furnished Blc.I. CINTRAL ELECTRIC and GAS face to get one coot of varnish sealer. JOHN any F. PEARCE!: District Deputy President of District and Belle Glade were sn attendance dolled by: ha keel lodge for Imemben. #-
on* or two
room apar rubber base IS by State Rebebah AfemUy and 22 facet: members
SEWING MACHINES Vinyl paint Inside wood walls. to Chairman, Board o/ erred .
ment By week or month. Utll!
DOES YOUR SEWING MACHINE except the new bath get one primer coat end County Commissioners : PresUent, Mrs. GaynellWljhtmen attended. Refreshment were served to 11
: ties furnished. Road 78, Tel: NEED SERVICING? We give rooms which will get two one. coat of aerd-gloee Okeechobee County Florida at the meeting hereon Mrs. CUUn 'was installed into out of town visitors end 17 fecal
phone ROdeo S-3153. 4-29U ONE DAY Service-90 day guaranteed paint. Attest May S, fcttwinj the amuai her office at tie dMxfct meeting m<
FOR RENT Furnished cabin. parts for all machines.: W. NOW YOU CAN ADD Inside concrete wails to HAYNES E. WILLIAMS .
electrlo kitcl en& P.. P. Evans,, also have rebuilt Singers 'and get two coat of PVA flat Clerk, Board of
Phone S-3ML 7-24 t! other new sewing machines. Wa ENEfrAlftflfCTIICAM wall paint. County Commissioner

do buttons, buckles, belts and but. CONDITIONING Inside doors to get two Okeechobee County, Florida
FOR RENT Three room hah ton boles Free Home Demonstra, coats of enamel paint. Publish May 26, June 2, 1961 1961 LITTLE LEAGUESCHEDULE
and mm porch. Newly ndecora tions. LEWIS THOMPSON, 133' MKKtr. MEXFUSimV All inside work on the The Okeechobee Newt
ed. Beautiful grounds. Nice: sec above specificatkma! Includes .
Depot Dr., Phone BO 1-6237, or la 10 YOU NEWT fWKMEINSTALLATION
tion. RO 24096 RO
or the large HOW
20178.4Ttt Okeechobee: ROdeo 2-322L 1-20H:

1957 MERCURY 2-door
FOR SALE: 2-Bedroom house
and lot Low very dean. $325 down payment.

Jim Walter Corp.Monthly Can payments.ROdeo 8- PORn Phone 6-1271. (Nothe time to have your "'

1601 or write P.O. Box 372, Oke.. Business Service

cbobee. 3-3lf riiis 4 Stratton nIne
FOR RENT Furnished apartment
In Semlnole Apartments Repaired ch ck d by
-Phone Okeechobee RO :2-4724 or
Call RO 6-1496 or Inquire Apartment IS EASY
RO J-207t i .
our experts
1955 BUICK 4-door Sedan very 3,0.
FOR RENT 2 Bedroom house- nice. $200: down payment. PORES
PrmMlvt MhNMcvk .. May 1 Wharrall vt Goolsby Juno 16 Browtrd
trailer dean. Call RO 23671.. Phone 6-1271 FRESH AIR vs AHaway
in.ra.a *lift br win alw.n..eM.wren

5-12,1 FOR REPAIRS on Frlgidalre and CLEAN AIR ; .f ttmtltttly d.r.nd.bL.euNl.n..rwunnp May 2May Attaway vs Ferrell Juno 16 Ferrall vs Ford
HOUSE FOR RENT: located in Maytag Appliances call GILBERT'S O14( I W*.H..All W...Mrknad e heen4
to QUIET AIRCENTRAL wlilml rM mi Sinew m lh.4 4 Goolsby vt Ferrell June 19 Ford vt Wherrell
.runt of Baptist Church. Phon RO :2-423L tf Gd fMttry ffvtd Mnriw kir.
23451. J. 1r.Unehan, ST. AIR OF
5-26p MOON May 5 Broward vs Ford
uJune 19 Ferrell
1957 FORD Tudor 6-Cylinder, vi Goolsby
SALE standard transmission. $200 down My' Ferrall vs Ford Juno 21
payment PORES. Phone 61271. ELECTRIC GILBERT'S Attaway vi Ford

WHITE RIDGE WATER S 'AND GAS May 9 Attaway vs Wherrell
Adjoins City of Okee- gal CO. June 21 Broward vi Goolsby
chobee. Fenced and in 85c plus deposit. Distilled water Phone 2.5561
grass. House on. land i 25c gallon plus deposit. PARK May 11 Ferrell vs Broward June 23 Wherrell vs Attaway

$50,000-Excellent terms I DRUG CO.. Phone RO 2327L11lJtf May 12 Ford vs Attaway Juno 23 Broward vi Ferrell

300 PLUS ACRES FOR SALE Used Gas Stove May 15 Ford vs Goolsby Juno 26 Broward vi Whvrt-ll
2640 on Rout 70
RANGE LAND $15. Call RO 24711. &266.2; RON\ ni. May 16May Wharrell vs Broward Juno 26 Goolsby vt Ford

$300 Per Acre 1956 PONTIAC Odor Sedan, au
18May Broward
Call or Writ tun tic transmission and power vt Pmrell June 28 Attaway vs Ford
$225 down payment. PORES telephone .
JACK MORONEY 61271.MISCELLANEOUS. 19 Attaway va OoolibyWhtrell Juno 28 Ferrell vt Whorroll'

ALL-STATE REALTY May 22 vt Ferrell Juno 30 Broward
1\N\t vs Goolsby
23 S. W. 40th Avenue \

Ft. LaucUrdala I FOR SALE Tbree'eal'oJ.dgentle May 23 Goolsby vt Broward Juno 30 Ferrell vt Attaway

Telephone LU 3.2551 pony, saddle, bridle
5-12-19-26 Weighs 380 pounds. Phone 2-322 r May 25 Broward vt Attaway July 3 Ford vi Whorroll

or 2-7351. dh May 26 Wherrell vs Ford July 3 Forrall vi Browird

FOR SALE I will vaccinate NOTICE pets at .* Short & Full Length May 29 Goolsby vt Wherrell July 5 Ford vi Attaway

The most complete and I the May 17 City, between Hill Saturday the hours, FORMAL GOWNS ( t'r May 30 Attaway vt Broward July 5 Whorrtll vs Goolsby
largest Mercantile Business cM i. m. and 4 p. m. I. June 1 Ford vi FerrellGoolsby July 7 Goolsby vi Ferrell
In 0 k DR. FRANK I
* c hob. H. PLATT
\ County. The store with 5-19,26 GLOVES / June 2 vt Attaway July 7 Attaway vs Broward

(I1 almost verythiny. LOST: Red male Dauchshun\ *, EVENING June 5 Ferrell vs Wherrell July 10 Ford vt Goolsby
: Contact P. P. EVANSP. Dog. Call RO 24265 if found. 5-26

O. Box 265 LOST Brown and White male 'r CRINOLINESSTRAPLESS June 5 Goolsby vt Ford July 10 Whorrtll vs Ferrell

Okeechobee, FloridaNo Bird Dog. PoInter. $25 reward, June 7
Goolsby vt Attaway July 12 Whorrtll vs Browird
no questions! asked. Return to
Phone Calls Picas
May26tf.; Jack H. Williamson Williamson BRAS 1 June 7 Ford vi Broward July 12 Attaway vt Goolsby
Ranch, Rt. 710. 5-26
June 9 Broward '" >Nh rrAl -
July 14 AHaway' v. FerreAluly
FOR RENT New two bedroom WANTED 4 or 5 String Banjo, yt
unfurnished house in Oak Park used. Write Okeechobee News, June 9 Ferrell vt Attaway '>. +..f .". *.14 Broward vt,Ford '
Call RO 2;184.. 5-26p Dept. HL.giving price. db .. .... .... \ -<*" .1l i"" .,
", ." ...,. . June 12 Ford vi Broward July 17 Gootsby vt Broward.. ...
FOR RENT 2-Bedrcom furnished FOR SALE 45 Registered Angus rr I
house. $53 per month. Cal 1 bulls. 24 to 30 months. Calf- June 12 Goolsby vt Wherrell July 17 Wherrell vs Ford
RO 6-2232. 5-26U: nod vaccinated. TB Certified. I
Exceptional: breeding Knollwood t June 14 Wherrell vs Attaway July 19 Ford vt Forroll
2-bedroom Duplex /
apartment. Refrigeration. Call Angus Ranch, Barlow, Florida, June 14 Ferrell vt Goolsby July 19 Attaway vt Wherrell
RQ Phone 5333665. Off Route 60 mid.
way between Bartow and Lake n r I
OATS AND MOTORS Wale 5-19-26 t '

FOR SALE AIR BOAT 1250. 1955 MERCURY 2-door hardtop,
Contact Louis Blount at Gl12 e rte runs real good. $200 down pay
ec Phone Rodeo 61174. 6-* ment. PORES. Phone 6-1271. THIS SCHEDULE PUBLISHED THROUGH COURTESY OF

WANTED Air Boat. Call Capt. Employment s
Mancha. Indiantown Marina, LY
7-2271. 5-19.28 BABYSITIING Day or Night.
Call RO 2-6354. 5-26
1957 FORD Fauiane 2-door hard

payment. PORES, Phone 61271. you are ambitious, over 21 years 120 N. 2nd ST. HO 1.2134
PHONE Rodeo 2-4461 or 6-1351 OKEECHOBEE, FLORIDA
or age, have a car and want an
SPRING BOATING opportunity to make $100, writeE. ,
SPECIAL Corp, 707 Orange Ave., Fort

SAVE $275.00 Pierce 5-26,6-2;

Completely new outfit 15

ft. fiberglass boat with

steering and, hardware cushions., windshield 40. pUR First Bank of India l n town JnJiantotm, :J.torida 1

H.P. Full Electric Mercury .

Motor-Starter and

Generator with
complete _ __ _
aaw.arn.ernn.ieaarrm.na' +''' JJ J aneniweea.ePAY "' "" 91.
controls, gas tank and
Delco Battery* I BY CHECK . Your check is PREPARE FOR THE FUTURE.

List price . . $1524.50 FRIGIDAIRESERVICE CHECKING your receipt . a RELIABLE REC. SAVINGS Start a Savings Account now and add
Special price $1249.50

Okeechobee Traitor that is ACCOUNTS ORD of Your Expenditures for Income ACCOUNTS to it each week. We pay 3% interest
And Fishing Retort 1
RO 2-4471 Tax Purposes. . compounded quarterly.

Fast, nut, lowcoltInstallation. ..- .,_._ .__
May 5-12-19-26 I >It "" 111 I I ""0&101'011'' "W"" r 1 .w "'

Prompt courteous ..... ,... _ .. ._.. .__ : .. .. .
FOR SALE.- ft. 1956 1-bed- ""''' .1 '''''' "''''''''''' 11II '11I" II. I

room house trailer. Call RO skillful service. e WE OFFER THE CONVENIE of Bankers i
2-1230.! 5-26,6-2,9
Frigldiira Precision BANK By Mail service to our custom( who find itn
FOR SALE 18-ft Shoup Lapttrake. Parts
New. Will handle 75 HP. > difficult to reach the bank i i person during

One-third off. Call Cai'. Manchaat Advice on adapting BY MAIL Banking hours. Your deposit will be promptly
Indiantown Marina, LY 72271. Frlgidaira appliances
credited and
5-19, 6-2 to your kitchen \. ; acknowledged.
'111. .'" 10 nrll.. 10 II" ... 11II.mo
ONLY $450 for my equity In 33
Call on the folks who'd
ft. modern trailer 1957 American. II. like to call on you!
Albert Hawk, Phone RO 6-1272. .J j _., J ..._ _, r ...

FOR SALEBoat trailer. Bargain GILBERT'SUS : NEW CARS 4% Per Cent USED CARS
price: Frank Arthur, phone S AUTO I

Rodeo 27163. 5-19tf 27 FourLaneJob 53/4 Per Cent Borrowers Life Insurance -Vz

MerchandiseLET'S Completed t." I, ".,...:\o.' ",( ....'. **. 'ft,.',,!, ', ,'.. :'"., .'. LOANS, Per Cent. Personal Loans at Low Bank Rates.

TRADE MOWERS Four inning of more than four
JUST CALL ROdeo 2-4231 today miles of US 27 in Polk and Highlands -
for a FREE demonstration on counties has been completed -

your lawn We'll trade on the the State Road Department I 111I1.1 MeaowM.n.naeee.eane.nn.Telephones .
spot sizes and prices to fit your announced today.
needs GILBERT'S Warren M. Cason of Tampa Banking
"DAWS''TRADING CENTER Road Board member for District Monday glut Bank jJndlantownJNDIANTOWN.

TV and Rdi Repairs One, said the 823,06 project extends Hoursfl. of
Phone 206025 from Avon Park north to a
LYric 7.2281
Dinette Set ................$3500 point 04 mile beyond the Polk- 9 a.m. to FLORIDA
Desk ". .....................18.00 Highlands County line. ,
20" Fan ...................$18.00 Total l length of the project was LYric 7.2291
Refrigerator ............. ..$3300 4.2 miles, all four land, divided 9 a.m. to 12 noon
Gas Stove . ... .. ... $30.00 roadway. -.II Member Federal Deposit Insurance CorporationP.g.
and Radio Repairs I Letter observed his

Phone. Jtttt birthday Sunday, May .21.



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Cut Corn or Peas Pkg. 19c Krispy Crackers 1 Lb. Box 25c 29'c

2 for 35c Cocoanut Gems 84! oz. pkg. 29c GREEN


PEAS Early Harvest 2 for 35c Lotion Only 50c 2 Lbs. 29


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