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: August 11, 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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Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: aleph - 000373291
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q. OkttchobM, Florida, Friday, Aug. 11, 1961 Telephones ROdeo 2-3221 and 2-3141 lOc Par Copy j

The eommunmty lost a good I
friend and good citizen Saturday '

'when Darrell Avery died Mr. Drivers Licenses Bowling
Avery and his wife came here

tome IS years ago. He was a quiet To Be Bought In GEORGIA YOUTH IS DROWNED

.oft-sp intersts and many talents. Mr Birthday Month I

and Mrs Avery built a new home Considerable misunderstandIng I

in Okeechobee. They were ard has arisen'over the new Floe :
and owned fineequipment. ida drdver licensing law, Judge

A year or 10 ago, Mr. G. E. Bryant, Jr, said Monday
Avery- became 111 and was bedfast The new law sets out that drivers .
the I An afternoon fishing trip end
past four months unconscious buy a two-year license! dur
most of the time. His log the month of their birth. The TWO POLIO I hl hl"i I i h I r II of 41 I N NW ed in tragedy Tuesday as one of
'wife apparently In good health, law becomes effective Sept 1 S the party of four lost his life by

died of a heart attack two mono and those persons whose birth. CASES FOUNDIN drowning in a deep channel off

the ago. Mr. Avery was not told days are In September must buy t the Klssimmee river about five
of her passing We regret the their two-year lIcense. Those COUNTYThere miles north of Bonder's Fish

deaths of these two fine people born In October buy in October, I Camp.
but we feel we gained a great and so on A driver born in August I are two cases of polioin 1 y.iM William Holcomb. age 17, of

deal by having been their friend may wait almost a year before the county one a 21-month-o'ld Rome Georgia, stepped In over.
a new license Is necessary boy, who was hospitalized last his depth and disappeared in the

However Judge Bryant said Wednesday and the other a little murky water. His body was recovered .
The American public throughthe Persons who expect to drive, : girl' nearly six years old, who about 5;30 p. m. by
March of Dimes, has Invested outside Florida! should obtain i was taken to the hospital two Bruce Bryan over an hour and ,
millions of dollars in the development validating stamp which Is I 1 weeks ago. The children are ; a half after he sank Bryan said

of antipollo vaccine. It on the back of the license pasted These fJ cousins. Neither of the children : he had touched hdm once before
Is a strange paradox that now had received polio shots I some 43 minutes after the drown'
cost 25 cents
that this highly effective vaccine eliminate misunderstanding and would fromoutol6.ate The baby Marty, is the son of. , ,Ir o( b I .r I P i N I) N ,1'w' i ,tl li liyl Ing but lost contact as the body.
Is available its use is ahunned Mr. and Mrs Chalmers Green I shifted
by millions. Final conquest of.. with Florida officers State not familiar The boy's mother: said both of d ,I The Holcomb boy was' here oa
paralytic polio has been blunted the baby's legs seemed to be affected r I! a visit staying with Mr. and Mrs.J. .

by apathy among so many people as well as his lower back. i I W. Casey, managers of Camp
Colored Doctor Kathy, daughter of Mr. end ; tw twt I p :i''H Hssimmee a fish camp and

Here ia a vaccine which has Mrs. Mitchell Green, apparently I I store on state road 70 east of tilt
proved more than 90 percent ef For City has a light case of polio, al. I Kissommee river bridge The Ca

fective. The use of Salk vaccineas A petition circulated this week though it is said to be too earlyto s; sey's came here recently from

recommended by the nation and signed by more than 400 determine the effects of the me. ? d ly pl M w 1 Rome, Ga.
medical authorities disease. She has uyl I Io I The elder Casey, a son Gene
could make people asks that a colored doctor paralytic symp. II r .1 I' l ,
paralytic polio as passe as small be requested to move to Okee- toms in one leg. id r a" ) cM I about' 13, and the Holcomb'boy

pox chobee to serve the big colored Both children are patients at w 1 yIW 1 dl9t I I i iii had driven up the river and
The Sally vaccine Is administered population here. The requestwas the Good Samaritan Hospital in were wading and fishing up.
ie dream of the many bowlers Also in the building will be a w stream. They were Joined by
_ free by the Okeechobee made by a group of negroes West Palm Beach. Marty is in ; I
Health Department Yet there are headed by Robert (Geechee Bob) in Okeechobee will soon be restaurant, snack bar, lounge Isolation Room One, and Kathy : ", i 55: ''r, Bryan, who was fishing aboutan
hundreds of children in the Johnson realized with the completion of rest rooms, and pro shop The is in Isolation Room Two, of the t : hour before the accident.
who have the bowling lanes building will be completely air Children Ward. Bryan said the two boys were
county: not receivedthe They pointed out that Okee north of townon
conditioned throughout Local playing In the water and Holcomb
preventative shots Two children chobee doctors are so busy that Highway 441, according to..
help will be used as far as pos.sible made no outcry as he went un
are suffering from polio. ailing persons sometimes wait Buck Smith,
manager. .
der. the boy In
Neither of them had been vaccinated for hours to be treated and .
believe The building, 108x148 feet Is All new AMS alleys and equipment trouble and called to Bryan to
and both of them face that if the colored popula rearing completion. The doors will be installed, Including rescue him, but he was too far

possible'litet.lme crippling resu"ts Lion was to patronize the new and door frames of the many completely automatic pin spot. w t away to reach him in time Bryan -
Mrs. Charles MoArthurnd physician much of thLs congestion rooms are hung, and are being ters and underground ball re HIGH HEREMoving said the boy bad assured him

Father George Cave chairmen would be eliminated. They painted at present, the ceiling is turn, and will all be of the latest that he could swim earlier al
of the Okeechobee County also said that the doctors had being put into place this week, design. the Okeechobee PubJIcLI.brA1'1 though a lady at the scene rela-

Chapter of the National Foundation little time to make calls outside and It will then be ready for the Contracting of the building was to its new quarters on !hive of the Casey's, said he could

say that more than a third their offices lanes The building was made toaccomodate done by Erickson Bros, also. of. Osceola Street has proved a

of the children under five have -- 16 lanes, but at the Hollywood and according to a worthwhile step, as evidencedby 4jt '" notThe Sheriff Department the
not received the shots and that Mrs LayportDies present time only 12 will be In. statement by a worker, the the circulation which has I" Yates Ambulance and The Okee
two-thirds of the parents, ages Stalled building should be ready for the more than doubled for July over chobee News office were nouV

20 to 40, have not been vaccin Early The Orange Blossom Lanes, first players by November 1, barring last year Mri Jack Coker librarian tied of UM drowning, but directions
steel Inc., of Hollywood, owners of the unforseen difficulties said today' were not definite, the caller
The crippling and death Inflicted On Sunday new alley stated that they would Smith the local manager it Through the eftorts of the ]library t rah"7 saying the accident WM at Bon-
by polio is a needless have a paved well lighted parking from Kisaimmee, and is married. board and Mrs. J. T. Coker, ? ner'e Camp. Finding no one t there
Funeral services were held at lot that will have larger quarter were seared the ambulance sheriffs oar andMsae'reea"
waste which fortunately occurs parking The couple have t.bI"e\ chile, t
the Independent Baptist.Church Ax7tb local library the first of ..wrWmsdwood
with great predominance room for at toast SO cars. There two (iris and a" boy, end win
Wednesday afternoon for! Mrs May Struggling' with back toCamp Kto-
dairy, -
toddlers and fathers of will also be a nursery with a move to Okeechobce as soon as
children. The pruucpal atnOlJ'l Minnie May Layport ace 62, of nurse in attendance. adequate housing can be located shelves, lack of furniture and tlnwnee before locate be seen
Okeechobee who died early Sunday conveniences! the new library of the drowning.
for this waste seems to morning at the local hospital managed to steadily increase' The boy's parents in Rome

many people are hypodermic- Mrs. Layport was a memberof Last Rites I Local Doctors circulation until a new high of Georgia were notified Tuesday
thy. The thought of a needle the Independent Baptist 1667 was reached last month. night.

frightens them, or they don't church. Rev. M. M. Martin pastor Held Tuesday Open Office Inhuliantown The library now boast. all new
want to see their children cry, officiated and burial was in {furniture many new shelves,, : I I. eti a skd
the Basinger cemetery For Mrs. Hall curtained windows air conditioning PRESS BARRED

Sylviaolff, who formerly Mrs. Layport moved to Okee Funeral services were held Dr. J. A. Horton and Dr. R I and a much more extensive : OF
worked for The News as a reporter chobee from Lorida about tenyears Tuesday at Dothan, Alabama, H. Raulerson have extended selection of books both 1l4

is no longer with the paper ago. for Mrs Corine P. Hall, age 62, of medical service to the doctor. for adults and children. ; i COUNCIL MEET
She wall be a member of the She Is survived by one son, Okeechobee, who died in a Fort starved town of Indiantown. They Hours as set up by the library NllrM it J I
teaching staff at Okeechobee high Milo W Layport, and one daughter Pierce hospital Saturday after. have opened an office in the In. beard are as follows: Very little business was concluded

school Mrs. Wolff was called Mrs George Hicks, both of diantown Medical Center and will Monday Tuesday and Friday ''h 1 at the continuation of the
noon.Mrs. N '
back to the school early last Okeecfhobee; seven grandchild. Hall came to Okechobeefour maintain hours 3:30: to 7;30 p. m. 9 a,m. to 12 noon and 1 p.m. to L Tuesday Aug 1 City Council

and completed term, ren and five great grandchildren; years ago from Atlanta Ga., Monday through Friday and will 5 p.m. Saturday 9 a.m. to 12 meeting Monday night. I
spring working spare time for The two brothers, Jamer E. Henderson where she was employed by the be open 10 a. m. to 2 p m. Sat. noon. Use of the library is free. Winner of the S. E. District General Electric 5th There was a lengthy discussion .

News. She handled news and so. of Valrika, Florida and G Crawford Long hospital for 21 urday. Leading best sellers currently I annual Sailfish Derby held at Phillips 66 Ft. Lauderdale concerning the possible installation

ciety. In the future society news S Henderson of Orlando, and two years before retirement. Indiantown, 25 miles from the available at the library include: Fla. was CHARLES E. FREEMAN of OKEE of a slaughter house

will be written by Constance Delaney sisters Mrs. H E Welch of Chat. She was a member of the First nearest medical service has beenin Stone's The Agony and the EC- I CHOBEE, FLORIDA, with a blue martin. The fish In the city limits Choice of location j
tanooga, Tenn, and Mrs. J. W. Baptist church of Okeechobee dire need of a doctor for involves a rezoning I
or Shirley Spann. The Stacy; Lees, To Kill a Mock. weighed 172 pounds and was nine foot 1 inch long pro
Okeechobee News has two phone Marshall of Melbourne, She is survived by one son, years About a year ago, Dr. ingbird; O'CoIlOO1"s. The Edge cess. No action was taken.

numbers ROdeo 23141 and RO John Ed Watford of Okeechobee, Frederick Anylan from Boston, of Sadness; Schw artz.Bart',. The Complaints that hogs were pen
2 3221. Mrs Delaney and Mrs. School one daughter, Mrs Ernest Col. Mass, located in Indiantown. He Last of the Just; Stegners A JayCees have Recruiter To Be ned in various residential sections

Spann urge: that society news be Board lins of Panama City; four grandchildren was heartily welcomed by the Shooting Star, Siren, The Rise I of the city were also dis

phoned in not later than 5 pm. Names NewPrincipal two sisters, Miss Carrie populance, but unfortunately suffered And Fall! of the Third Reich; Large TurnoutThe Here August 9 cussed. According to city attorney I

Tuesday Peterman of Okeechobee, and a nervous disorder a short The New English Bible; r.rax'i Gunnery 'Sergeant Pierre L Bill Hendry the only controlof
Mrs. Lee Espy of Cordele Ga., time after opening his office and well's -Ring of Bright Water Junior Chamber of Commerce Walker United States Marine livestock in the city is an obsolete

and one brother Alex Petermanof was forced to return to Boston. Gunther'a Inside Europe Today had en almost record attendance Corps recruiter, has announcedthat ordinance forbidding cattle
A new business is moving to According to Flint Another doctor located and horses
an announcement Mich brieflyin at the regular meetingat he will be in Okeechobee hogs running
Okeechobee in the near future. made by Omar L. Hunt superin Burial was in a Dothan cemetery Indiantown last spring, but re Southland Restaurant Tuesday Walker will loose. No action was taken
Aug 29 Sgt. spend
Usually the Okeechobee News tendent, the Board of Public Instruction . Yates Funeral Home was turned to the east coast when his City To Have night Nineteen membersand the day in Okeecihobee interview. It was agreed to check for a

cHeers wildly and beats the meeting in regular session in charge of local arrangements family became dissatisfied with four guests were present.In ing young men for enlistment in city ordinance concerning bicycle
drums at the prospect of a new Monday, appointed Donald .. : small town life Since then the 3 Kindergartens a short business session the riding on sidewalks
payroll here. However, this time R Lott principal of the Okee Pool Schedule town has been without a doctor following the dinner, reports of Walker's Councilman Parkerson said
Sgt. recruiting area
we are not enthusiastic. We ac chobee Elementary School nearer than Stuart. Okeechobee Is to have three various committees were heard the seven surround. that lumber, glass, etc*,stored
tually feel sorry for the new venture Lott received his MA Degreein Is Given kindergartens this year accord. Vice President Charles Me- encompasses in the Jail constituted a threat
ing counties of Indian River' ,
for we fail to see how It can School Administration from ASC Committee ing to reports Mrs. R. E Ham. Arthur announced the summer to the sofey of law enforcement:
be a financial Success It is to be the University of Alabama. He Mrs 0. D. Godwin recently rick, who has operated a kindergarten conference to be held at Cocoa Palm Okeechobee, St. Lude and, Martin Glades, officers, in the bands of prison
Beach Hendry
a radio station. The owners have has been employed by the Tus named manager of the Okeecho- To Hold ElectionThe for 14 years here will re Beach Aug 17, 18 and 19 and He plans to spend all day on era. It was decided that no action
this! bee Swimming Pool, reportedthe open Aug. 28. She will be assist
failed to contact newspaper caloosa County Board Tuscaloosa of the by the council was required to
nor do we know how to get In I Alabama, as an Elementary following schedule at the annual election of the Agricultural ed by her sister Mrs. Arrants, for gave the a summary three days, At program leastfour the 29th in Okeechobee and can move the stuff. '
be located at the Post Office If
touch with them. However we principal.He pool: Stabilization and Con and Mrs Kadapt both of whom local dub Motions were made to remove
members of the
believe the community to be too is married and has two Opening time Monday through servation Community Committeewill taught with her last year. will attend. any young man or woman is Interested I a tree considered a hazard, and

small to support the station which children, ages three and nine. Saturday, is 10 a. m., with the be held during August, ac The second will be operated by The be raffled off the in travel adventure, to trim a hedge on city property.
survives on commercials paid for He and his wife are members of pool closing at noon. It is reopened cording to J 0 Wolff, chairmanof Mrs. Lantis Strickland and will pony, training on land sea or in the I It was agreed to buy a light for
wdll be
last Rodeo contact
of the him
day either
of at 2 and closed at 6 On the Okeechobee ASC county be located at her air, they should
by businessmen In these days the Baptist church p m home Mrs the recreation; center and to buy
Improved newspapers and teleVision Mr and Mrs. Lott and children Sunday the hours are 1 to 5 p. m. committee. Strickland is well known here and shown In the park, .Friday. Children at' the post office or by writing three one-inch water meters. I

the radio method of adver. are to move here from Sa The pool is closed to the public : The election will again be by has been a primary Sunday will be given free rides. him at room 218, Post Office A News reporter was asked to

Uug! is so little used that It Is man ilia, Alabama Saturday, on Mondays. This is general mali balot. Each eligible farmer school teacher for four years. A family swim party is planned Building, West Palm Beach. I leave the meeting before the final .

almost obsolete. Again, small Aug 12, and he will begin his clean-up day. The swimming will receive on or about August Her kindergarten will open on for Tuesday evening Aug discussion and apparent major

stations usually use records for duties as principal Monday, teem members are allowed to 21 a ballot and self-addressed, Aug 28.The 22. Bill To I reason for the Monday'night
their musical entertainment and Aug 14.CarTruck. practice on Mondays and on the postage free envelope for use in third will be under the Guest attending: the meetingwere Rogers meeting He was assured that it

pan their news reports from the week days an hour before the returning the ballot to the ASCS management of Mrs. Terry Austin Alan Goldfarb and John Bali Trade was merely to be a discussion

newspapers, and is a far cry CrashFlorida pool opens to the public. county office. Such ballots must of Stuart who plans to open Henry"ill of Fort Pierce, and and that no business would be I

from the days when radio was Swimming lessons are being be returned by Aug 31, 1961. soon in the building now occupiedby Frank Altobello and Jerry Green. With Cuba transacted.
popular with national hookups of Highway Patrol Trooper given Wednesday, Thursday and The committee elected. will assume Dr James Horton and Dr H I berger of Okeechobee

such programs as Amos and Andy Wilbur Woods reported an ac Friday mornings from 9 to 10. office on Oct. 1, 1961 and H Raulerson The .two doctors Congressman Paul G. Rogers

Fibber McGee, and of course cident that occurred on U S. 441 Life guards are 'Skipper" serve for a period of one year. plan to move to Dr Horton's new (D, Fla. has been advised by I License Tag
the soap operas, IVt TV now. We at the cutoff road eight miles Bryant Paul Stairs and Jack Petitions signed by 10 or more medical center in the near fu. VISIT IN TAMPA Chairman Oren Harris of the

wish the new station the best of south of Okeechobee at 6 p. m Hill.; eligible voters nominating per. ture. Mr.' and Mrs. Franklin Creeds Interstate and Foreign Commerce Sales Are Up
luck. Tuesday. The pool facilities can be rented sons for membership on the Com and son Arby and Mr. and Mrs I Committee that hearings will be
Motor vehicle Commissioner
Alvah Anderson Okeechobee for private parties on week munity Committee must be received Club To Meet W, C. Creech and sons spent lest scheduled at the earliest possible
rural route one driving south on nights, Mrs. Godwin said at the ASCS County Office week end in Tampa with their date oa the Rogers bill to ban Interstate Arch Livingston says Florida automobile

.Sandra Dress U. S. 441 in a 1956 Ford, attempted ) before AU(. 11. Names of persons Members of the Quarterback parents, Mr. and Mrs J. C shipment of goods going tag revenue for the
to turn left onto the cutoff Hold : I so nominated will be Included dub will hold their first meeting Creach While there they attend. to or coming from Cuba. first six months of 1961 U running

Plans Sale road. He failed to signal for a MeetingsRobert In the slate of nominees if of the year Monday night at ed the wedding of Hollis Creach The Rogers Mil followed up an slightly more than $1,000,000ahead
Going announced Wednesday the county commission of earlier resolution Rogers of the same peroid! last
found willing to serve are room of and Miss Gladys RodrIquez sponsor.
Sandra Dress Shop, In the final turn.A 1060 model semi truck drivenby that a group; from theAssembly eligible the court house The meeting will Tampa. The wedding took place ed to call on the President to impose year

stages of an extensive remodel Ray Little of Rawlelgh, N. C, of God Church are If a person nominated by petition tart at 7:30: o'clock.Membenh1p Saturday night at the First Bap an economic blockade on Livingston reported licenses

fog program, Is planning/ a store was passing at the time Anderson planning a series of street meetings is found Ineligible, he will cards and season tist church The couple will re Cuba by using the trading with have' sold for 2,524233 vehicle

wide sale in the near future Mrs. made the turn and was unable the first to be held !late be notified of such determination tickets for the 1961 football seaS side In Tampa where he will the enemy act or other powers already for total receipts of $46,920348. I

Hubert Harden store owner, to avoid the crash Each Saturday afternoon near Edelle'sI prior to Aug. 16 and that he may he available at the meeting enter South Florida College in at his cIspoal.Con&reslI1I6n\ It the present revenue collection !I
'aid- vehicle was damaged. an estl I Supermarket appeal to the County Committeeany There will be five home football the fall for his second year. Rogers has been !increase Is any indication he

The store front has been modernized mated $280.Anderson. The meetings are to be held time before this date games this season, the first home On Sunday they attended a calling for a complete trade sold the 1961 increase will probably \

and a new ceiling new was charged with each Saturday for the next few The present county committeemay game being Sept. 22 First game birthday party for their Uncle break with Castro for over a be around five percent

paint new lighting and new fixtures failure to signal! a turn and for weeks, and will be held at a make such additional nomnations wil be at Jupiter on Sept. IS. The Alfred Creech He is in his 90's, year, and Just last week again Sales increased 13 percent in

make the interior more 'at. driving without a license There different location each time, { as required or as It determines season will close on Nov. 22, and this was the first birthday called on the secretary of state 1965 for an all-time high and
tractive. were no injuries. {I Going stated. are neceS9 J'). with the final game at Stuart celebration he'had ever had. and the White House for action Increased five percent in 19 O.w .

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2 OkttchobM Newt, Friday, Aug. 11, 1961 WEEKEND! BASS fishing Indicated WE HAVE ceased \to predict '
on by popularity of our must be made before paymentcan ITCHY SKIN
f that while It .Is not tops, I anything on bluegUl. Met Clove beaches and sunny climate, w. begin. HOW TO CHECK IT.

The Okeechobee NewsEntered It Is perking up Several bass In Barlow and a friend coming from SOMEBODY'S must also prepare for the growing If you would like more Information IN JUST 15 MINUTES,
the 7 and 8 pound class were ,
pains.Social ITCH-MK-NOT. lot
about for After u.ln
the lake last men
week payments
two 8 with a string n
reported, over pounds by
as Second Class Matter July 1.1911, at the Post OHice In one man fishing l the river from of over' SO big ones, taken from CHILI) tt 62, get In touch with your soc rr, .Itch &$ Y.CRATCIIINONUTY ITCH-MB-
Okeechobee. florida Under Act ol March 8. 1879 '
cial security office at West Palm nightIfur ,
River Lake Camp. Most of them the bed They should have been day or ecerma In.
Subscription Price (Un advance per year $3,00 By Addle SummtnFiihllruiii. Security Beach, or meet a representative cent bltu; rlnaworm I toe atPADGETT'S Itch, etc
shiners We tried NOW
caught raehn.
were on '
Two Years $3,00.; Six Months. M,00. Shorter periods not accepted. through spawning ( or B weeki of that office whi regularly( visits er aa'rorf
top water baits, both morning ago, but Cleve said they were .! lp..lallll DI.I.loaor Age Limit Has Okeechobee PHARMACYI3S
LAMONTE, MOORE Publisher and evening Morning was very Child; Tr.lnln' Nrbooli.Klit ,
EMMALENE B, MOORE Advertising Manager heavy on the beds the last full Of rlorlda Been Reduced
poor, evening fair, landed a few,
PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY AT OKEECIIOfiEE. FLORID late evening on a Dalton Spec. moon Could be they'll be back I Juvenile delinquency In Florida

cia!, when the moon gels bright again. Is evidently Increasing at a The age at which men can apply
. fast clip.
'" - -- for social security payments

e n eybt ppi This might be expected, of ha been. changed to 62, accordingto

Insurance Raises course, as a result of the states R. C. Gehrhen, Jr., manager Best of Cadillac Service-
HOOK LYIN' unprecedented rate of growth; of the West Palm Beach social
bu It Is taxing the resources oi security office.

e boys' and girls' training schools Until now, men had to be at
AND LUREBy Prices On Meat During the month of April, Juvenile least <\$ before they could make Factory Trained Mechanics and

courts committed a record application for payment unless
number of boys-137-to'training they were disabled. For several
By FROG SMITH or toe be cut off and read thedoctor'
Sorry but It's true. Whetherthe bill. Naturelly we howl schools at Marianna and Okee years women have been able to Original Equipment Parts

) 'I' meat be a cow boosted heavenward I and If the part happens to be chobee. The schools couldn't take claim their social security payments

f g EMERSON E. MOORE by a speeding train, a covered by Insurance, the Insurance them In right away. In fact, some at a reduced amount
hog run over by your car or howls louder than we boys have had to wait In jails when they were 62. Men now *

I; Ii eeV woo" "'?1<0_ I your own carcass that someone did and detention facilities for asIcng have the same opportunity. Ger-
else connects with. The minute One tune when an accident to << as a month. At present, hrken slated that a man' pay.
ClI> CK YOUR license, count six of the eight bass they brought there are 122 boys on the waftlnj
an accident dents your figure, a finger brought on blood poisonIng ment at 62 would be re Motors
your Tlsh. The Game Commission la last Thursday The eight lIst. Reed-Haughton
your value gkyrockeU. All because I patiently explained to the duced because he would be getting .
Is Informing fishermen that It weighed 42 pounds, were almost some Insurance company doctor that as the finger was al. Both boys' schools have operated paid three years earlier. By

intends to step up enforcement the same size The largest went It supposed to be the goat and ready useless and a souice or at slightly above budgeted reducing the amount of paymentsat
activity of fish and laws, T ]Ibs, Caught on live ihtocrs capacity during the month of PONTIAC DEALERS
game pay the bill No wonder Insurance trouble because of earlier accidents age 62, he will get about the CADILLAC
The greatest offenders those Up the river they said It's a long May, No beds unused. As
are rates go up every time some new I would rather that betake go soon same total payments as he would
who exceed: the bag limit In case river driver takes to the highway it of(. He said that he could as It becomes apparent a boy will! by waiting until 65. A claim

you don't know, you are allowed It Is a good thing for most of not do that because of the law be ready to go home on a certain 621 South 4th Street
10 bass, 35 panflsh! and IS pick- ; date, the school notifies one of
BOB BLASI, new salesman at us that we value our bide many and Insurance Both required him
eral. No law : the courts It Glee Taw Ham, HO 1.6060 Fort Pierce, Florida
says you have t 10 to can accept a boy SlyUI
it if
Okeechobee Motors said he times what an honest chemist save possible. Well, he e
keep that many if you don't caught a bass "up the river" would tell us It la actually worth did. I still have the finger stiff, off the wailing list on that date
want them. A released fish If Capacity of the Marianna Institution
last week, that according to Otherwise most of us wouldn't be crooked, always pointing in the
not injured, will live (10 fight I Is 800, making it the sec .
him must have went 12 to 13 worth the paint knocked off by a wrong direction and not fit to J
another dayCHECK ond largest school of Hs kind In i
I pounds, We dldnt see the fish, good: bump, and certainly not scratch with. All because of thedoctor's the United States. Capacity of FASHIONAWNINOS '. y o atND irEAx ? "t>3 ,
worth suing for when the well. ethics and Insurance : j wiw'b i/YtStIStrB
THE picture in this I He also said that he caught etremenjous" With the most ironical featureof the school! at Okeechobee Is 300. q tAtgfll ,
meaning chemist comes up with
issue of Kenny Ford and his bro mudfish, That we Four new cottages slated to
j all. While I
was carrying
a price tag of a dollar and a I my
ther-in-law from Atlanta with I believe, half for the sore finger around In a sling open at Okeechobee after July 1, & DOORHOOOS 'r71.
average person'abody a
- --- from will increase canadtv there to aive. be.eey..d ".. .......
neck, friend
The average human body my a on the
I 400, and four more r requested for .t tow COSTI
may contain many different some job had two fingers cut off "
construction during the 1061-63 J
chemicals but in such minute and collected a hundred dollars
biennium would bring It to G.I,1/;__t'
ANNOUNCING- for each before up
quantities that they are not finger my finger
the SOO for which the institution 1.
worth separating. One chemical got well. '&rM t :Pt 4 t ta
was designed. The school Just
CENTRAL ELECTRICAND in our body Is I sulphur, used in Donald Mack
opened in July, 1959 .
u a'wuAco.. Malso -|||,irimnifr'-
making matches and cheap
by the pound. But let very our mil Tail-Gale DriversBad Girls' schools, too, are pressedfor Phone 2.3821 3005 S. Dixie FORT PIERCE Ph. HO 4-1399
space. Three new cottages
COMPANYNOW gen of sulphur be used In matIng driving habits seem to
GAS housing 16 girls) each have open vwvwv
a match at the altar, and have a way of building up In (d at The Florida School for

the price mushrooms, until the cycles, perhaps a result of Girls at Ocala this spring. They
STOCKS match blows up Then you can't changes In conditions, and 10 are beautiful, family-style residences SERVICE GUIDEPig.
give away whets left. I gradually do they sometimes do
designed to
replace an antiquated -
A COMPLETE LINE OF In fact, the human body Is so that It takes a special conscious dormitory It'. doubtful,

about the only thing on earth effort on the part of the though, if the school will be able
that decreases In value as the motorist to realize he is drifting -
to give up the old dormitory any
years go by, unless it is coveredby Into them SHOP SHIRLING
ElectricalSupplies Lame: soon With a budgeted ca
insurance No wonder thechemist's A particularly bad driving habit! pacity of 125, the school was RUBY WHEATLEY PLUMBING

honest valuation Is Ig I at present is that of tail-galeing, caring for 135 gills at the last Cosmetic and SERVICE
nored. Since the coming of
so or following too closely behind report and still had a waiting
many detergents! to take the the car ahead. Multiple crashes list. Beauty Advisor NEW LOCATION

place of soap, at the chemists on cross-country expressways The moral is that, while we AIR CONDITIONED r / .l\fl'e North KlsSimme
price, not even a circus fat man
would be worth tendering for have demonstrated this danger anticipate the prosperity brought DRYERS Bridge-Road 78
AND In city traffic the bumper
soap grease. bumper line has become almost C. H, SHIRLING

Another sound reason for valuAg a, commonplace, and It would For Appointment *
our body by a doctor's estimate .
FixturesEVERYTHING instead of that of the repay all of us if we were to T.I. RO 2-6485 FmIN'S: GOOD IN Phone RO 2-4160

chemist, Is that it gives us a fairy re-examine our driving habits, .. OKEECHOBEE ,
and resolve to leave a decent interval ... -
d sound reason for hanging a .
between our car and the
ELECTRICAL LINE ninety dollar suit on our dollar I
and a half frame. The human one ahead LOANS EVINRUDE DEALER 1 j

O body may be worthless in theChemist's I SINCLAIR
$25 to $600
,TV ""'"" ." Sunray 1:41 am SALES SERVICE 1
I '
v Station Sunday NEW LOCATION WAolesale'Bulk .
will beautify Plant -
Nsw Fixtures *
12:45 .
: p.m.1llhJ1JL1i LOBBY GILBERT'S ."

your home . New Now's the time to have Phone RO 24231 HOD G E S

wiring will eliminate your ""q I )1 OKEECHOBEE Contact Fisherman Haven

Briggs & engine 111
.. fire hazards, give great TOMMY DOONAN Mgr. Okeechobee, Florida
Phone RO 24231

.r efficiency checked by

our expert t
Moore'sOne CALL
0 SEE US TODAY f.y.nll{ malnl.nentet ROdeo 2.1631
Inirtom itrvlc lift by r..nd i iy.ari SANDWICHES
t 1 . ilvti yv .i.attr auurant* Such as Toasters, Fans ROdeo 2-5674

CENTRAL ELECTRIC .I We cm1ttly elver skilled.e..rl.nced dtMndabU ner.li.n.thanlci Hour Irons and Sewing Ma' OF ALL KINDS ROdeo 2-6333

....rlalnol Mm end factory m.lhjdi. chines. DONUTS DAY OR
G.e roetwv..er.wd sink. b".. COFFEE NIGHT
Clear Automotive

PAGES AUTO CAMP North Park Street
Phon' 2-6025
Varnish Mra. Llthl Woo'.



7,50x14 GREASE ..


$i clown 50c I week CALL
'.lase Easiest Term tn Town

HAYES ELECTRIC ATTAWAY LUMBER CO. ? G I L B E R T' S phone GILBERT'S ROdeo 24231 ROdeo ROdeo 2-4724 2.1391

"Complete Building Supplies"
People To
PNONE RO 2-4643

OKEECHOBEE PHONE RO 2-6121 FLORIDA AND BALANCING Brakes Tune Up Conveniently Located At

e Dries in t hour WELDING Welding Fifth and Osceola SL -
Con b. scooted In *

3 hours Phone RO 27371 Phones Day RO 2.9641 For Appointments CaD

CABINET BUILDING OSCAR CRABILL l' Ok.ec 0 b", or. Night RO 2-4653 ROdeo 2.1021

FREE ESTIMATES o. s Liquor tore Is

OFFICE FURNITURE-FURNITURE-VANITIES WOODED LOTS FROM . . $1195.00 e for floors, cabined, WRECKER SERVICE overstocked, Best stock

FORMICA WORK-FORMATOPS WATER FRONT LOTS FROM $1895.00 wood trim, furniture FINLEY JEWELERS Equipped to move trees in the state, Every pop.

Wilcox Shores Excellent u'ifance to Cabbage Palms $25 ea, War brand. Come in to.
dayl You will be
GEORGE SPANN Okeechobee alcohol end solvents Witch Repairing will plaoo at rightl treated

Estates desired location

OKEECHOBEE "Lit George Do It" RO 2-6851 PHONE RODEO 2-7541 Clock Repairing J. R. LEONARD

RO 6.1848 f eW''v''n' '
Ring slung here fa
ltore. '
North 441 '
Crystal clear finishNonyellowing on 1'I'IpAll ,

, work Guaranteed _ _ _ _ _

Clarence I L eft scuff and mar Watches Diamonds
Supply Company' e r resistant!

Benjamin Men Women Plumbing a Repair Work

BUILDING SUPPLIES Commerclal-Residantlal Building Moore paimi

All Types If Jewelry
Call ,

RO 6-1293 m



Supply Co. Joe BongIovanni, Prop.Page .

RI l 4

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MENS L Lb. 3 5t
SHIRTS MENS 79c to 2.49 FRYERS U29 :

MENS-12.95 Val.
School Dresses 1.00up
Brand Names for Children .
School Shoes 2.29 Lb. C

SKIRTS 1.00 .

PANTIES 21c & 39c Lb. 49c


MATERNITY Ptticoat & Pantie Sets .1.00 Lb.Fried 6Sc :

DRESSES 2.98 & 3.98
HATS t 3 tor 1.00 8-or.DINNERS 49c Pork Chops Lb. 35c Boiled Ham Lb. 89c Livers 3 :Pk9;. 1.00
I BRAS 79c 1.49 Pkg.
LADIES "' '"n" !\' ; '<:o.o.\'"' """"' ': !\\\ .MwM, tvy
DRESSES 2.98up -Calorie--cutters--!. P I : MANAGE

South Park Street
LOCATED NEXT TO PARK DRUG STORE New bread supplement .

feeds your needs deliriously! 39STORE ocK I
... 8-|INCH

Watch For It! EACH 4 |r $316.| 45



t QUART JAR 49c :




=. =:='.';' '& .SOAR I YAP; MILK 6 CANS TALL CTN.IN 71e< .!

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".'-,1Dtt. <( .;,; 25:'j.t .r.
Sold enftnNeiy ,
COMING SOON! ... .... "'YI .....ttAPFooil............. tortt........... J'F
*:;:;:;: ;'f.r.<: :'t:; :::::::::::tMl :;::::: ;W-:::; : ::::::::;:;: ;:;::;; ; ," re s h Fri//7s & Vegetables!
I '1' I '.....'"' ,, SEEDLESS OR RED ,
WAFERS { '' 4"-.i'
Hood Ib. pkg. 29cBaktRIt (4 '"..$: tJ, \ it. GRAPES LB 29 C i i1'l1d1it.
rr'( >>t
lIl'\r"' r
'' { ,
I i> ,
Pun :
qt '\ ;
u bottle 19c SHORTENING I t1$. fI&.f FRESH TENDER
C. 3 Ib. can 69c't' ''fl.y t
Baby Food
2-14or.btls. 35c FRESH GREENCORN FRESH

I".rrt'il''f'USED ,\ 6 jars 59c Wiltons MOR
CAR BARGAINS 12 Hickory oz.Smoked can Flavor 39c 4 ,for 29 PEPPERS ,,25=
1956 MERCURY $795 Cat Food. SUNNYBROOK EGG S Prices In this ad arc' effective through
1957 FORD V8 795 Grad. A Fresh Florida 1 Saturday,August 12
Medium-In Carton PARK STREET2cans
1955 MERCURY 550 27c 2 doz. 75c OKEECHOBEE, FLORIDA

1957 GMC %-Ton 795 Tide 5c off deal CAMAY29c Clorox LIQUID SWEET.10
2c Off Reg. Pricelib. 6-oz.
BUT DON'T FORGETI WE HAVE Giant Size 25ft.roll reg. bars Gal. .eta 89c
72c 33c 3 59c 25c bottle
INC. Tissue JOY Fab Cheer Hi-C Drinks

TOM PIERCE, MGR. Pkgs. Giant Size giant giant Oz.Cans
2 27 2 49c 65c 77 67 1 012 99c
Phon. Rodeo 6-1271 On U.S. 441 Downtown I rolls pig. pkg. t.

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4 Okeechobe: News, Friday, Aug. H, 1961 1 the Ninth Judicial Circuit, In and Bill of Complaint will be take IN TUB rrorriT rornT or events Judicial circuit in and for I Nth week for three eontl'l'tlUvt Judre of the Circuit Curt
for Okeechobee County, Florida, u confessed. Tall SMOMt "rill IAL CIH- Dade: County, Florida) tile State' weeks In a newspaper published Ia of the Second Judicial Circuit
( LIT IN AND IOU tMHI' Attorney ol the Fifteenth Jucllciu the Counties of Leon, hake, Sumter of Florida In and tee
Notice Judicial Circuit In and for Okee seeking the forfeiture of the said This notice shall be publishedonce (bl'NTY FIOUIDA. Circuit In and for Broward and St LucU, Martin, Indian Klv- Leon County
Legal and are hereby di. I ASH NO 10.(MIH Palm Beiu.h: Counties, Florida and er, OkefchobM, Ocoola, Orange (SEAL!: )
chobei County, ,Florida. You are property, you each week for four consecu. ORDER: TO follOW CAIHR the State Attorney of the Thlrtwnth Dade, Illlliboroutli, Browurd antiPalm A tnia copy
NOTICE UNDER to reeled and required to tie your live weeks In The Okechobee FLORIDA STATE TURNPIKE Judicial Circuit In and for Beaoh, I'Ion.la, the first publication Ail.,'\'!
hereby required a
copyof have AUTHORITY a body corporate Hlllaborouglt County, and the lev In each of laid newspaper PAUL 1'. HARTsniLD:
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW claim, if any you and News. and politic of 1 the State of eral Court
your answer or other pleadIngs property owners :' f.reW.ira to ba not less than eighteen (IS) Clerk Circuit
Notice Is hereby givenn that Lester W. at. show cause, on or before August Dated this 19th day of July, )'lort on Jennings, Petitioner, or subject to tax. for In form, timesand
set the hearing lylynPATSYybRuYER
the undersigned, pursuant to the tomey for Plaintiff, post office 28, 1961, If not personally served 1961.SEAL v.. I : : there:::: :: and xll others hay. manner, u' n ulnd by Chap )' Clerk, ,
House I with process herein, and within, ( ) TIlC! STATE OF FLORIDA, .t ai, Ing or claiming any right, title oIntvreat ter 75, Florida Statute!, Se amend- Publish Auhtoet 1.,1i. I6, 1961
"Fictitious Name Statute, box 608, Okeechobee, Florida, I Respondents, In property to be ,affected The Oketchob". Naw.
Bill 1173, Chapter 20953, Laws of, and file the original in the of. and within twenty days from personal HAYNES E. WILLIAMS TO TUB T7.tTEV;; OP FLORIDAAND by the 1Aauencl by the )'lorlda adboNE AND ORDERED: at Tal.mhB..e -
PROP. State of the of
served Turnpike Authority ; Florida, this ith day
service if Clerk
Florida, 19421, and House BUll flee of the Clerk of the Circuit personally of the Circuit I KRTT OWNERS, TAXPAYERS Turnplke Revenue Bondi, Series Is Your Subscription Paid?
amend.I with process herein, why the said Court of Okeechobee riZFMS QV TUB STATE OF of 1WI hereinafter more partlcu Augue5IO6LAY? WALKER
1102, Chapter 26760, 1951, Court, Okeechobee, Florida, on
FLORIDA AND OF DADS, larly deacrlbed or to be effected
ing 86509 ((3)111) register with or before the 28th day of August: property should be forfeited County, Florida I BROWAKD, PALM BEACH In any way th"rtbar.. hereby
in'' pursuant to said chapter Should Pub. July 21, 28, Aug. 4, 11, 1961 :MARTIN INDIAN RIVLH!: ST required to appear before t"Ff r. L I
the Clerk of the Circuit Court, 1961. Herein fail not or Decree LUCIB, OKthCHOBhF!: O4CBOLA :. cult Court of Leon
and for Okeechobee County, Florida Pro Confesso will be entered you fail to tile claim as herein The Okeechobee New, , ORANOK LAKE SUMTLK Ida, In the Second Judicial CIrcuitof
directed Judgment will be enter. HILLBBOnOUQH, AND said Slate at the Court blouse
upon receipt of proof of the against you as provided by law I LEON COUNTIES' INCLUDING In Tallahaaece. Florida on the 14th
ed herein against you in due NON-RESIDENTS OWNI day of September, Itttil, at 10 0'. OKEECHOBEE
of this note the flctttfous and the rules of this court.
publication I NOTICE
Persons not personally NO P.pfllf\\ OR SUBJECT clock: a tn, and show cause why
name, to-wlt: DONE: AND ORDERED at course. UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW TO THEREINAND the prayer of the petition filed
FLYING 'G1 DAIRY AND Okeechobee, Florida, this 24th served with process may obtaina NOTICE la hereby given that ALL OTHERS HAVINdOR RIGHT In the above proceeding should not
NGINJu be granted and the 116000000
of the petition for forfeit
FLYING 'G' RANCH day of July, 1961. copy the undersigned, pursuant to the TITLH, OR Turnpike Revenue Bonds, Series of LIVESTOCK
ure filed herein from the untor 1M1 therein acrlbed and thproceedlnga
under which we expect to engage (SEAL) "Fictitious Name Statute", House FD BY THE ISSUANCE BY heretofore had author
11.\YNES E. WILLIAMS signed clerk of court. Bill 1175 THE FLORIDA STATE TURN. Ulna the lanuiuice thereof validate
in business at Okeechobce County Chapter 2IJ9 3. Laws ol PIKE AUTHORITY OF THE
WITNESS hand and the and confirmed. said Turnpike Rev
Florida, I Clerk Circuit Court my Florida, 1941, and House BID TURNPIKE! REVENUE: onus Bond., Series of 1961, bearIng .
seal of the above mentionedcourt :BONDS SERIES OF 1981,
That tho parties Interested In Pub. July 28, Aug 4, 11, 18, 1961 at Okeechobee, Florida, 1102, Chapter 26760, 1951, amend. HFRFINAFTt-R MORE PARTICULARLY five Interest per centum at a rate(15%)not to exceed Auction MarketYOUR
.aid business enterprise are: The Okeechobee News log 86509S( ), will register with DESCRIBED, OR payable semi ll'I mi
this 28th day of July, 11 TO BB!) AFFECTED IN ANY
the Clerk of the Circuit and November 1 of each year, angregatlng 1 '
E. C. COOLSBY I Court, In WAY 1HEREBY) a amount not
Dated at Okeechobee, Okeecho IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OP (SEAL) an dfor Okeechobee County, Flor. You and aach of you, the Stateof exceeding\ f 16g.t'i.t; maturing,
I HAYNESE. WILLIAMS Florida, through the Stale Attorney of
luhject to right prior redemp
bee Florida/ .this the I THE NINTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT da, upon receipt of proof of the .
County of the Second Judicial Circuit tie, on November 1 JiKtt, and said
25th day of July, 1961. IN AND FOR OKEE. Clerk Circuit Court pubkctalon of this note, the flc In and for Leon County Florida ,Turnpike, Revenue Bond. series of HIGHEST PRICESCOME
Okeechobee County, Florida the State Attorney of the Fifth 11 In coupon form being dated
E. C. GOOLSBY HOBEE COUNTY, FLORIDA titious name, to.wit.: Judicial circuit In and for Lake November 1, 1961 a more complete
CM No 1851 Publish Aug. 4, 11, 18, 1961 BIG LAKE PRESS and Sumter Counties Florida, the deicrlptlon of said Turnplka ReY-
Publish 7.28, 8+11-18 The Okeechobee NewsIN State Attorney of the Ninth Judicial eons Bonds. Series of 1961 being FROMCOMPETITIVE
The Okeechobee New IRE: : FORFEITURE OF THE under which we expect to en- Circuit In and for St. Lucle, contained In the petition herein
Martin Indian River Okrechnbee, and exhibit attached theretoIT .
FOLLOWING business
gage at 9th Street in .
OaceolR and Orange Counties Flor. 13 FLRTHER ORDERED BIDDINGAT
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF ?RTY- THE CIRCUIT COURT OF the Oty of Okeechobee Countyof Ida the State Attorney of the El. that this Order be published once


CUlT OF FLORIDA, IN ANDJ1.FOR TRUCK, MOTOR NO. IN AND FOR OKEE. That the parties Interested in . . . . YOUR LOCAL

OKEECHOBEE COUN- T306.HOO7 CHOBEE COUNTY, FLORIDAIN said business enterprise are: -



INTEREST LN OR husband and wife, of
Plaintiff, day August, 1961.BY introduces
vs. MEN 0\ THE ABOVE DESCRIBED Plaintiffs : 0 a

"EULJEWELL WOODS, PROPERTY. vs. JOIN H. STANLEY, Manager. Leif year nearly! 60% of Florida Cattle

Defendant. YOU AND EACH OF YOU are EDWIN: R. ROBINSON: and Pub: Aug. 4, 11, 18, 25, 1961 : THE FIRST TV ANTENNA :
NOTICE hereby notified that the above HELEN II. ROBINSON: et al The Okeechobee News Sold at Auction

TO. described property has been Defendants

Velma Jewell Wood, seized, under and by virtue of NOTICE Linda Walker of Clewiston spent EVER DESIGNED FORe AUCTIONS EVERY TUESDAY
Defendant Chapter 562, Florida Statutes as. IN TIlE NAME OF TIlE STATEOF the weekend visiting Joyce Letter : PETE CLEMONS, MGR PHONE RO 2.5521
2130 llth Ct. So. amended, and is now in the possession FLORIDA: and Gayle:\ Canton

Birmingham, Alabama I of the Board of County TO THE DEFENDANTS: uninterrupted 1Re OKEECHOBEE, FLORIDA

You\ are hereby notified that a Commissioners of this county, Edwin R Robinson, residence in
top-fllght performance
suit for divorce has been Instigated and you, and each of you, are address unknown; not known to I

against you by your husband hereby further notified that a petition be dead or alive; :/ I l

William Foster Woods, Jr., under said chapter, has Helen H Robinson, residence GILBERT SALT-WATER AREAS : !
In the Circuit Court of the Ninth been filed in the Circuit Court of address unknown, not known tobe
- -- -- dead or alive, 1 1FURGUSO'N

I AND TO: All unknown Spousesof THEATREFriday 'i
said above natural defendants; > i p.it i
AND TO: All parties claiming! r' 1 '! twhnit r
and it ... \ AND ELECTRIC
interest by, through, under or ' ..N "'t:<, I
August 11 and 12 .
against the above named natural ,. .,; \
defendants not known to be deador
4. : "
JEWELERS AND TO: All parlies having or .'O'J- I

claiming to have any right, titleor Eastman Color r. t. ::1"t ee- iy 129.50
interest in and to the following Audie Murphy CHANNEL

described property, situate in John Saxon "' b' erizgs fr;'

TRANSISTOR RADIOSAND Okechobee County, Florida, to '
PLUS t. '
wit .
: \-
BATTERIES Lot 12 of Block 242, :; .i ..ij.} .... MASTER''The MACHINE (LOST IN THE FIRE) WITH A
Motorola, Zenith and Philco \ : \t '
First Addition to the NEW, MODERN ONE. PIPE CUT TO FIT
In Technicolor
Town of Okeechobee, ac PERFECTLY

17 Jewel Waterproof cording to Plat thereof Audie Murphy 7J6W'

recorded in Plat Book 2,, Dan Duryea
WATCHES $15.00&up Page 261, public recordsof

St. Lucie County, Flor Sunday, Monday, Tuesday World's Most
, August 13 14 1$
Powerful TV Antenna
I) PLASTIC DISHES Said Lot lying in and

Service for Eight 1995 comprising a part ofGovernment THE YOUNG SAVAGESBurt DAY OR NIGHT .
PinkComplete Lot 2 of
Aqua or
Section 211, Township 37 Lancaster DAY PHONE . .. . . . ROdeo 6.1595
line of small applilances South, Range 35 East. Dina Merrill

Electric Irons, Toasters, Percolators, etc YOU, AND EACH OF YOU Shelley Winters NIGHT PHONE . . . . ROdeo 2.1081

are notified that a suit to quiet Powerful new RUGGED-
9th St. Northwest Corner of the Courthouse
GUARANTEED WATCH REPAIRING title to the above-described property Wednesday and Thursday )IZED construction will

has been filed against you August 16 and 17 provide your family with OKEECHOBEE, FLORIDA

and you are hereby required to for
superb reception
serve a copy of your Answer to
AND LAUGHTER years and
? years ee
OKEECHOBEEJEWELERS the Bill of Complaint on the
Plaintiff's attorney, Lester W Douglas Fairbanks> years.

Jennings, P. 0. Box 608, Okee Charlie Chaplin

chobee, Florida, and to file the

original In the office of the Clerk I .- WALKER
of the circuit court of Okeechobee --- -

County, Florida, on or before PEST CONTROL

the 21st day of August, 1961,
otherwise the allegation of saidONLY FORT


PIERCE Exterminating

4 WHEE L from chore Company
a never-ending messy I If

ti DRIVE SERVICE I Experienced Men

An electric dishwasher Modern Equipment

eavee ps'ecioMl9'1extra hours*for fum and fomffy) GUIDE
112 Orange Ave.

4 VEHICIXSrr nmmM". J.. _'" ''''''..___....Ii1 Fort Pierce, Fla.
1 Phone HO 1-3578
Don't ever wash another dish by hand! Your hands will be moodier,,softer,

is .. In an Electric Dishwasher you can lovelier..your kitchen tidier.. .your

\ tack up dirty dishes, glasses, silverware mealtimes happy times because an Elec.

and even pots 'n pans. Simply tric Dishwasher ends forever the messy "Fall Cotton Skirts, 6 thru 18 . . . . $3.98

press a button and they'll be pre.rimed drudgery of dishwashing.And .

and washed In water far hotter than remember, for the titra; cones Frere's Maternity Wear

i. hands can stand, then rinsed again tenet of a dependable supply of hot water

r and dried shining clean. The whole for all your needs, there's nothing like 1303 Orange Ave.. Fort Pierce

job is done quickly and automatically, a Flamdess Electric Water Heater for
\:) J drying and all. efficiency, safety and peace of mind.fastenr .
/ I 'I cleaner I easierl I modern 1 1j
j Don't delay the happy day nee toe BUILT-IN and PORTABLE' EI.ctna Dlahwaahere
at your el.etrla) appliance, dexter and plumbing, contractor.

..' 116 ,1rve1


give you lowest* initial cost AND RUBBEROID CAREY

and highest resale value 1 FORT SERVING PIERCE OKEECHOBEE OVER 38 YEARS&


exclusive reasons why 'Jeep' vehicles are your best buy I II. .f I i waehee ch.ap dishes, tool for Call CollectECONOMY

lowtit Initial cost 4-whtal drive vthiela. 5. builtfromthegrounduposa4wheeldrhe, tS 8 people for only Aw..1
2. hlgh.il resale value due to functional design a penny
6. performance proved over billion of mile of ,

3. big payload capacity on o short writtlbaM worldwide service J ( Pierce-Day HO 1-6167 Nite HO 1.5331

4. 3 power toke.off points front,center, rear 7, only complete line of 4-whel drive ", hlei..P'fC.I70 /.. 7. _

1 : / .... ... " apf Patio-Magic Doors Auto Glass

Store Fronts Table Tops
Miami Carey Cabinets Copper Back Mirrors

Phone HO 1.5012Page
v ....
'I.'UIOIIyWogoe 'U IY.rl
.. I 1 EIII eS l lGIAS

VEHICLES MADE ONLY! BY WILLYS MOTORSGilBERT'S _/htG 0a 0 f jftrilClC33 "uwnnu/fr11Latti1FOwE

f I 0 I I 0 a HI C 0 M P I N T a>s Ilan.B COtoAt4y n tmt Allgl

wLerne lUlU ,.sO0oAV
too ui sfsntr
Phone RO 2-4231 OKEECOBEE FLA. A,

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N wi, Friday, Aug. 11, 1961 Page 5BEAT off Wedneeday afternoon any. :of Okeechobee County, Florida, Urn ted to experimental area In Mrs. Lenore Moore, who suf I|it her home two weefa ae0. If
way, he only loot a half day's will accept sealed bids to bt opened order that the foreign birds fered painful /Injuries In a fall],reported Improving.
HERE, work at 10:00 o'clock A. M. Friday might be closely observed by
August 18, 1961, for the annual wildlife blologiiti
n'sOcbol, N6Rtl1 SEEMS LIKE no one Is very or bi-annual lease of a patrol Latest on the list ol foreign THE FABRIC CENTER'S
r IV excited about the possibility ol car for use in law enforcement birds imported Into Florida were
+, a 50 or 60 acre park at the mouth 40 Black Franco! M These birds AUGUST FABRIC EVENT
EMERSONMOORE of.the river when (and III) the Only those describing and of. were released! on the Avon Park
{ FCD completes the dredging project feting what is known to the !trade Wildlife Management Area In
of the Kl mmee. Okeecho- aj a "police special" with all the Highland and Polk Counties FASHION BY THE YARD FOR THE
bee is already one of the main necessary components essentialto The Black Francolim were trap BACK TO SCHOOL SEWING
0 ..", 1 hot spots during the, Spec and a t'IIrl6ed in law enforcement ped In India by agent el the
Broom season. We are known as produced by the manufacturer U S Fish and Game Wildlife
& YONDERA nationally for bass will be considered. 1r' 'i Tel
our fishing Service and flown to Florida
THE HEAT AT THE and duck hunting With proper Delivery must be as soon as for release The Black Fiancolin

GROUP of teenage girls were development, we can see greet possible after award of lease at Is high on the list of potential ASSORTED WOOLENSOne
having themselves a quiet party economic value of a large, well- bid opening and in no event shall Imported game birds suited for
SIEIRARESTAURANT I (quiet for them) one afternoon kept park for both city and be later. than September 15, A. D the climate and conditions of lot of woolens 54/60 Inches wide. Wool &

lost week. They were at the county. Let's hope that no one 1961 Florida. wool blends plaids or solids. A laving on back
gets private claim to it through J. C McPHERSON
home of Ernest Hudson, playing experimental re to school wool.
cards, drinking Cokes and what some political manipulation before Sheriff leases Included Iranian Phea- 4% 3 A
other foolishness teenagers do. It can be developH for pub Okeechobee County, Florida santa released! In Hardee Coun Reg $2.98 to $4.98 \ /J7

And of course, listening to the I I lic use Publish August 11. 1961 ty and on the .Apalachee \\ild- August Fabric Event yu.
record player. Ernestine, the News life Management Area in Jackson .

hostess, and eldest of the Hudson WHILE WE are on the subject County.
NO WOMAN WANTS,TO ,TOIL OVER A HOT girls, suddenly noticed of area development, we'd like to NOTICE FOR BIDS THE FABRIC CENTER
Sealed bids will be received
STOVE THESE SUMMER DAYS. BRING HER smoke rolling from the record mention a conversation we had
the Jack Hancock and
by Okeechobee from
General Hospital family
player. It was on fire. The record with an east coast resident, last 223 AVENUE A HO. 1-6709
4 TO THE ,SIERRA WHERE SHE AND YOUr they were playing . "Great! week. He Is dissatisfied with the Board at the office of the Madison Sanitarium Hospital, at FORT PIERCE, FLA.
AND Balls of Fire. Louisiana Raulerson Hospital Madison, Tenn., spent the past
THE FAMILY'MAY DINE IN COM way things are going In his community
Okeechobee, Florida. until 2:00P. : week with Mr. and Mrs. Clyde .
f : FORT. ECONOMICAL, TOO. COME DRESSED and lays It In the lapsof M. Eastern Standard Time the Hancock and friends
t FOR THREE weeks running. the Chamber of Commerceand
AS YOU ARE . BE COMFORTABLE, YOU the Louisiana Raulerson Hospital .
;rid! Ray Stiles, barber next door, greedy landowners, who S .
A' WILL LIKE THE COURTEOUS SERVICE AND cautioned the News Staff to hold seem to combine their efforts, equipment. Specifications: /
h : be secured at the office of
WE WILL LIKE HAVING YOU. up as lone as possible on the he said, to keep out Industry lie may
the Louisiana Raulerson Hospital
paper, as he was expecting in mentioned the rapid progressand
LOU AND OPAL. addition to the family before growth of River la Beach,
RO 6-1461 press tune. Last Wednesday It die he said! to the activities of CLIFFORD SIMONDS: ,
happened, In time to make the the Chamber of Commerce, who Aiministraux1::
paper, A girl, Rebecca Rae We are anxious to develop the city Publish Aug 1116, 1961
got our cigar Thursday, We feel Riverla Beach Is rapidly stripping The Okeechobee Ness
: { "WIIWaUIn; that Mrs Stiles used consider., West Palm Beach and other
able foresite In choosing Wednes' coastal towns becpise they Foreign Bird
day for the big event Naturally, make the area attract/ye to Industry
Ray took the day off Since heSCHOOL '. seeking a location In Will Add To

1 Florida. We !had an example of : Florida
i Okeechobee progressiveness re HuntingThe
cently, when a truss factory moved Introduction of foreign
from a prefrred location hereto birds might possibly provide additional .
I Fort Drum We have ideal Industrial hunting for Florida
: sites We have the need sportsmen in future years, according
for industry. Over 4000 new industries to A. D Aldrich, director
moved \to Florida last Florida Game and Fresh Water
f year according to a report by Fish Commission
the Florida Development Com Aldrich said the Commission "peerIt's
ft 28thI mission Look around vou and Is continuing I its Investigationand
I i'i'i i c'"x'STUDENTS D. see how many Okeechobee got study of imported foreign

(' rlt game birds. The study will de. the savingest time of the on
I . ,."."" NOTICE termine if such birds are adaptable year
[ I NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN to Florida climate and

I I that I, J. C. McPherson, Sheriff habitant The study Is presently
I the trucks with the workingest ways


Get more done. /laveIItIJfe fut SAVE) You just can't beat August buys for taving. It' the time of year when
.I Chevrolet dealers traditionally pull all the stops You'll find aweeter-than

IN PREFERENCE TO THE SCHOOL .. : ., savings waiting for you on every '61 Chevy truck-from the nimble Corvair 95',
; right up to the mighty medium. and heavy-duty jobs. Come in and save a bundle!
rz I
TASTY QUICK LUNCHES HERE WITHIN :: SAVE you just can't beat Chevy trucks for working With Chevy' easier. riding

WALKING DISTANCE OF THE SCHOOL. Independent Front Suspension, loads ride easier, drivers stay fresher, the truck
lasts longer. You get more work, more hauls, for your truck dollars!

"SCHOOL DAYS SPECIALS" SAVE And for the frosting on the cake-you just can't beat Chevy trucks at trade ia
I time, either. Latest official industry reports prove that Chevrolet trucks lead in
trade-in value, week after week over every major competitor in Chevy's price rang.*

.'- A FAVORITE SPOT OF BOTH YOUNG I iwW M strip aloes tiaa AytomHitt ...,.., ..p.t
"f pr



. a .p*.di.r, iporfltr yard and garden tractor. 22 attaching .'a S- "
TASTEE FREEZ tools make Job easier to do .aii.c on you Floating rotary _
cows, rotary tiller, trading rah and mow plow . for year
'sound ittiity IiclunT. oil.gar pow.r dri Y. . smooth shifting
..,sharp hinuag TW an*.superb sew Wheel Horn todayl Call


RO 2.5441 If No Answer RO 2.5291

U.S 441-2 Blocks South Rt. 70 OKEECHOBEE

your local authorized Chevrolet dealer

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tsummer SALE RO 2-4231 OKEECOBEE, FLA

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Both iw Ow,......001 '. :, THANK YOUFor
)0 PLAYS NIg6t" OeMy ,v'
Jii1il1jj "\J
a': Bodcock'l Art Headquarters
\ t1ia.
lw FO your response to our Back To School Sale, it
i was greater than we expected. We are replenishing
I7: aatw .
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\.... .. Mew hN.r.M ,*AM, T.9{ ../Loll..?. d'.,I 7.I:..LMe roll., + $29's r"f :" t : : 'WING ; our stocks and will offer several new items
.It ,
.T/?. ,., ton H. olir DELUXE PLAY YARD

:: :=1'" .- pAY $37" "..tI a1.CN d.R ::.M.L.[. ::IS dr./ p g .1".S". .1..Ir R52-P Ik. e..r with this weekend. Sale runs through Sat. Aug. 12
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I ..ww.Iw.w. .Lr, ."..... SL." NURSERY j M l florin* Plain. Urtlita ,
win..?Jw.d :.eN I.M Dun.a eJ".1: $1 19" 1 ( r.ll.. C.l.r.4 e.d.S ..
rI e. s/l.. J 20W 120B FURNITURE only $11.88
CUAIAfMIK QUALITY WHITE .r l.oCN 0511 a+ ,g Remember, we are giving away two prizes, a first
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KAGIM .......?..1oW 1.11. d .ltlt d..5t .th .' SPICtAL.
Inc r.IL..H.r.d fc.ll. BAT YA.k.
PLAYS 4 ...III.: ..rl.(. Nl.h39"
P SLAr rAao PAeI.
I. Taylor-Tot Strollers k.. cote u.e'U $5.00 in merchandise. You will be given a

T-41 T.rUr Hr.llw. $<2SM 10e't:': ::W:.
? wahw ,S N.wr aeon.I..11. ..... $995
wooer ticket each of $1.00 These
I ; Ia. COMBINATION on purchase or more. are
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9 UTa : pqd i
id' .... ....,.... St HM. flit dn/ .14* 392.95
m .. ....'..11.V.IIII' deposited in a box and a lucky number will be
Ie.lhfir S.IhlNaldw..1 l" /
lul "fillwq.
M 'IP ,
$lafs Ht.CH.a)I.. II -.aE411lIIIpi drawn Saturday, Aug. 12 at 6 p.m. ask for your

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nu 4 PLAY GYMSIT ::) wad I..h flnl.h.1 er N:5'rad tickets!! and be present Sat. Aug. 12 6 You
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M..oy... ,-", ... ; -. (. ( w h q. Ir
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TPa be the winner!!
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PM- ....... pity i' N tots./.1w?n..y .= .N 'sa" $1.00 a.nwM

Home Owned and Operated By RAULERSON DEPT. STORE"WE


t,0II, ;;.4s)' Plenty Of Free Parking Space CLOTHE THE FAMILY"


, Open Friday and Saturday Night Until 7.00 P.M. OKEECHOBEE, FLORIDAOlcsectiubee

3060.90 Days Considered Cash I

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.I Marshall, Mr*. Minnie Lee Pad Haloosaliatchic for this work was awarded to Conner
gett, Mrs. J. E. Com, Jr, Mrs Great Lakes Dredging Company Urges
Pet. demons, Mrs. Damon Walker Two Million Benefits from the Caloosahat
Jean Sheppard Bonnie R. Circle Mrs Minter Hall Mrs Wilma ,- chee project should amount to Sugar GrowingDoyle

Meets of Williams, Mrs C. E. Bulger, Project Starts more than $2,000,000 per year, Conner, Florida' Secretary
Circle Meetsat at ltd
once Mrs Sue MuIUs, Mrs. Dixon, Horner explained. The Initial of Agriculture, says he Is
Mrs. Alexander Wright, Mrs C. eight miles of construction will
Mrs. C. D. Calk negotiating to make DANCESATURDAY
Pearce Home The 1,200'square-mile Caloosa- lUlU growing
D. Harden, Mrs. Joe be completed by early 1903, the
latches River Basllbetween a "major industry" of the
Mrs. J. 0. Pearce Sr. was hoe. Mrs. Ralph Harper and Mrs. Gilbert \ Flood Control District estimates state.
Mrs. G D Calk was hostess to Okeechobee and the Gulf of
teas to members of the Jean Cell I
the Bonnie Rae Circle of the Mexico will reap benefits of nearly Construction of additional sections Addressing the eighth] annual NIGHT AUG. 12
Sheppard Circle of the First Bap. ,
Women'i Missionary Society of $2,000,000 per year. from a $36- of the project will be started Florida Farm Labor Conference:
tilt; .Church when they met Tues I
the First Baptist Church: at her NewsThose 00,000 flood control program: as soon as the rights of way Conner said the plan Is to fill
day at her home Mrs. Pearce Hospital I
home Tuesday morning. Mrs. now underway In the River. This along the River are acquired and part of the "sugar gap" which
led. the devotions and. conducted Pete demons presented an Interesting released during the past was announced today' by Robert funds are made available by I was opened when Cuba's quota Rock With The"Rockin'
th< ,business meeting.Refreshments program on steward. week from the Louisiana Hauler H. Homer of Palm Beach, Vice State and Federal was taken away by President
were served by skip son hospital Included Betty Harden Chairman of the Governing iovernment'l Eisenhower He said the goal for
the hostess to the Mesdamee Sue and baby, Lorene Hays, SIbyl Board of the Central and South.ern When the Florida Is to produce 800,000 tons Brayes"ICED
Sigmund Merida Raulerson, S. J. Mrs. Ben DIxon, chairman, Williams, Doris Bryant and Florida Flood Control DIJ.trlct. ject la finished, It of The state
a produces
Davit, 0. S. Jefferi C R. Bibb, conducted a short business meetIng ,baby from Moore Haven Tommy Good control benefits to areas I, sugar only 200,000 year. tons annually DRINKS AND YOUR FAVORITE COCKTAIL
Irvin Register, Cooper Marshall A needy child wlU be re Storey, Patsy Dean, Tony Bass, even beyond the River basin I
and Ralph Harper. membered this week on his Palma Boyette and baby, Inez Horner said that dredging FCD officials point out that when I now.Conner urged aU Florida farmers AVAILABLE AT REASONABLE PRICES
hlrthday. Plans were made for a Creach and baby, Patricia Bennett begun this month in the Rivera the improved river Is not utilized
Turtles it seems grow much mission book, "On This Founda- and baby, Bonnie Thomas i few miles! above Fort Myers- to full capacity In draining the I business to go Into the sugar growing $1.50 Drag $1.00 Stag
and he noted that thestate'
faster than was generally believed tion" to be taught at the church and baby, and colored patients Is the first step in a giant conS Caloosahatchee Basin, it will!
:\ study conducted at Mar. soon with covered dish luncheon Hattie Mae Johnson and Winnie truction program to widen and serve as a more dependable out. biggest producer, U. S.
Inland revealed that turtle hatched at noon. Several ladies will each Mae Newkirk. deepen the Caloosahatchee for let for discharge of excess waters Sugar Corporation of Clewtston, Seminole Inn
In 1953 now wel /h 355 teach a chapter of the book Remaining in the hospital are 52.8 miles between Fort Myers from Lake Okeechobee. This has a big expansion plan already INDIANTOWNPUT
pounds and measure 39 Inches.. Mrs. Calk served refreshments Lenore Moore, Eva Strlckel, and Lake Okeechobee. The first will be an Important factor In underway.
In seven months one turtle gained to Mrs Lantis Strickland. Mrs. Mary Raiford and baby girl, Sam step includes dredging of an 8- enabling the Army Corps of En.
53 pouds. Franklin Walker, Mrs. Cooper Fowler, Annette Jenkins, La- mile] stretch from Beautiful Isl- gineers to regulate the lake more Mr. and Mrs Leo Bratton of
I verne Williams and baby boy and and, near Fort Myers, to Olga safely and to maintain a higher Ltikeland spent the week end
colored patients Dora Smith, Bridge. A contract for $1,783,000 level of water storage In the lake. with Mr. and Mrs. Irvin Register.
John Hall and J. B. Byrd. .

Beat The HeatWITH Rest Home NewsRay

Hlggonbotham of Virgin-
la visited his wife, Mrs Melanie .
AN Hitgginbotham, at the DunkJUi A DAZZLING
Rest Home this week. Lorene NEWr
Stall visited Mrs Higglnbotham

ELECTRICFAN Friday.Mrs. P, P, Evans brought a
cake Saturday.
Aunt Mary Waldron came to
the Rest Home to live last week.
This brines the number of resd -

laNe Hdgsentbain, Junia Dreese,
Matt Pearce, Jesse Wilson, Elmer -
dance, Billy Ekins and
WUy.! CuthiJl. U taskeaeer


A daughter, Christal Eillene, {fdvn
was born August 5 to Mr. and
89 Mrs. Elbert Bennett The girl
weighed seven pounds, and one

5 ounce at birth. Wall Oven by Frigtoeuse
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SABRINA LEE CREACH : it. :: i: .. i. in i: :: i: :: i: .. i. .n i. i: i ,

_$_ Up Creach Mr. and are parents Mrs. Keith of a Greg alx i :i':ii:i ii:':oii :: :i :i isi ii :i ivi.rii.r'" ip Irrrvr.r.r.rw.r'.r.wr.r'rrrr.rrr' erMi i, ....".,. tumuli-easier to

pound, 5 four at the ounce Louisiana daughter Rauler born .", -'" P.-: '" i-ii:, -ii" -ii, .:i.:::-ii" -:" : i' .ii, -:, ,. -, : :P.'A' :- t later.
August A'&' .i i'i' : i
r See-lMd
son hospital The girl was named ...'. .. . .. .. .. .. ., '. t titles UN" gl at* oven
Western Auto Sabrina Lee.SHANNON door no stoop, no bend, no guess
pI : cooking.
daughter, Shannon Dale, was p.'I: : 1f'A: P.-: A '" top*of-ire-title cooking features-carefree
born August ( to Mr. and Mrs.
meal-maker advantages like the
Wayne 'Thomas at the local hos
Associate StoreFRANK Cook-Master Cootrol and
pital. The baby weighed seven \t Spatter-Free
pounds and five ounces at birth. Broiler CHI.

RICHARD DAVID CHANCE feet hbe a groe i e1e"" ig door

ALTOBELLO OwnerPh. A son, Richard David, was glides tip completely ovt of the way
born July 30 In the Pahokee hot
pital to Mr. and Mrs. Richard
Chance. The child weighed six
ROdo 2-2321 S. Park St. pounds and 12 ounces at birth.
He Is the first child in the family] Pair FLAIR with a

OKEECHOBEE, FLA. 271 Receive : 3 ve aYe-. aa. Frigidaire i BuIlt-b t Cooking Top

Welfare Aid
--I 7 models to choose from '
Thomas. E. Penick. chairmanof including one with
District 10 Welfare Board of r< 0 remote control panel Exclusive electric Fold-

the State Department of Public Back Surface Unto, too. Speed-Heat and
Welfare] reported that in Okee- x
chobee County, 271 persons were '; tw;' '0. . a 1: Heat-Minder Units on many models.
assisted In the four categories of tololololu :
CLEARANCEOF I public assistance. for the month
I of July, 1961. vfPk ,
A total of 143 persons receivedOld
Age Assistance in the amount .
BRAND-NEW I of 17,694; seven persons re sptclFRIGIOMRE FRIGIDAIRE I WEE,
ceived aid to the blind, totaling
1432; 34 families, representing 79 Low Down
children, received aid to depend. i-rigidaire Flair Wall Oven Pmt. "
MERCURYS ent children in the amount of $1,. QUICKUBE.
9C8. and 18 persona received aid and RBB-201 Cooking Top ICE (
to the disabled In the amount of
1118. Easy Terms TRAYS1 l 98.,
In addition 20 children receive
service during the month, five of FREE KITCHEN PLANNING SERVICE COME/Nl

whom were in foster homes. The Take advantage of this
total state and local cost for Sea a
$28348 these child welfare services was II FRIGIDAIRE: Frlgldatre FROST-PROOF demonstrate,

One adoption petition was stud. PRODUCT Of GENERAL MOTORS
MERCURY METEOR 100 I-Dr.> Sane ev led for the Circuit Court.
Okeechobee County Is repr. See Frlgldalra FLAIR Wall Ovens and other While They Last
tented on the District 10 Welfare]
Board by Mrs. Clyde Christopher Advanced Design Frlgldalro Appliances today at:

You get 7 money-saving, self-serv- and Mrs H. H. Raulerson ol

icing features . superb roominessand Okeechobee.

comfort.., solid ride. .now at low Area Purchased GILBERT'SHARDWARE

year-end prices. Hurry-save today Approximately 45 percent ol
the total land area of Moore
Haven, in the heart of Florida
Everglades'!: has been purchase AND APPLIANCEPHONE
Okeechobee Motor by an l Investment group and will
be offered for resale.
The property, all within the
Phone RO 2.4461 Okuchobtc, Florid I corporate lk its of the city, was RODEO 2-4231 OKEECHOBEE, FLORIDA
sold by The Keyes Company,
Realtors, of Miami to an unnamed -
I purchaser.



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Dixie Home Furniture Store :

He'en Rae and Glen Davis South Park Street Okeechobee Phone 6-1061

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I each carcass of five or less I of. Teen Alters OJcMchob News, FrIday Aug 11, 1961 .Peg 7
Okeechobee Cows foxed by the same party at onetime ,
25 cents; for more than Grow Up
five and less than 20, 15 cents,
all over 20, 10 cents. By JOHN M. DICKSON

Wear Many Brands marks For inspection and brands and of recording livestock Chaplain EAST OKEECHOBEE ACROSS FROM EDDIES

under terms of this chapter, 10 A few days ago I read an artI
cents per head, regardless of the I tints! In the Tampa Tribune admonishing
Speak of Florida to the aver- register a brand. Branding Is I for registration In Tallahassee
number, to be paid by the owneror teenagers to grow up.
age Yankee that has never visited more or less traditional now, al Most Florida cattlemen have seller" The article was In the form of an ZIEGLERNew
the Sunshine State and he though still has value for identification their branding irons made by a Brands is itlmony "open letter to teen-agera" tong .
Immediately conjures a picture purposes. Cattle atlll specialist in that work one of There's another angle to the circulated throughout the
ef blue skies and white beaches, wander occasionally.! A truckload i conflicting brands were sent in marks and brands records. Lakeland area and Used Furniture
orange groves full of ripe fruit of cattle may be stopped by. whom is Russell Domer in Okee One case In recent years Involved The letter, attributed to a police
and sweet smelling bloom, bath. cattle or citrus Inspectors: or by chobee. a car owner who brought officer In Owensboro, Ky,
in* beauties and plush hotels He any law enforcement officers, demanding In recent years of heavy dam. part of a cow hide with the went something like this:
thinks o/ the Everglades as an proof of ownership.In age to livestock by screwworms brand Into court where they were 'Always' we hear the plaIntivecry
impenetrable swamp swarming the old open range days it Domer recalls many brandingirons suing for damages to their car by of the teenagers: where can
vita snake, alligators and hostile was necessary Cattle owned by were altered to eliminate animals they'd collided with on we go? What can we do? LOWEST PRICES FREE DELIVERYH.
Indians. several cattlemen would mingle sharp comers which attracted the road. The answer is-go hornet I
Tell him that there are vast and the only way of determining! screwworm Infestation.. Now, So marks and brands are two. "Hang Me storm windows
aces at rangeland, ranches comparable ownership was< by the brand. with the screwworm wiped out by way things. Designed for pro paint the woodwork. Rake the M. ZIEGLER OKEECHOBEE, FLORIDA
with! the great western It Isn't difficult nor expensiveto the: eradication program of 1958- etction, they also can be usedon leaves, Mow the lawn. dean the
ranches he has always heard andread get a brand recorded. The filing 59 in Florida, Irons can be madeIn occasion as proof of liability. windows, scrub the floors. Wash
of, millions of beef cattle, fee Is only $1. The application almost any form. Even this doesn't always work, he car. Learn to cook. Repair
cowboys and horses and he will addressed to the Commissioner As it was enacted Florida') however. the sink. Get a job.
look it you In disbelief or call of Agriculture, must Include Marks and Brands Laws could Brands aren't so easily read "Help the Minister, Priest or
. you a liar Tell him that over a drawing of the brand, a have some far reaching effects on by one unfamiliar with them. the Rabbi, the Red Cross, the
12,000 cattle brands are registered specification as to where it will the transportatoin or movement! Boyles told of an Incident that I Salvation Army Visit the sick. BACK. TO SCHOOL
in the state and he will appear on the animal, a word of cattle and their handling at happened on a road between Wll- Assist the poor. Study your lea
laugh at you. description of the brand such as time of slaughter llston and Ocala in Levy county sons, and then, when you art
We were a little surprised to 'cricle bar" "rocking chair sev "It' shall be unlawful for any A tourist struck a cow one night, through, and you are not too FASHIONS! m
learn from pits Boyles, county en" "lazy five", etc, and a draw. person to kill any cattle (one or killing! the cow and wrecking his tired-read a good book. .
gent, that some 200 brands are log of the type of ear mark to be more in the State of Florida car. He examined the brand on "Your parents do not owe you
used In Okeechobee county. Some used with the brand. Also, the without having the same inspect the cow, then walked a couple entertainment.: Your community '
may not be registered, but most names of the county or counties ed by a regularly appointed In. miles to a filling! station to geta does not owe you recreation (aCilitles SHIRTWAISTS
of them are. In many cases several In which the brand Is to be used specter" says the law. However, wrecker. lIe was unable to The world does not owe
. brands are registered for must be stated. butchering by the owner or his raed the brand but told the men you a living You owe IT your *
each ranch, one for each mem If everything clears through egent is legal If it occurs "in the at the filling station what it looked time and energy and talentst so
ber of the family Ear marks are the recrods file, in due course presence of one or more disinterested like. Attendants had trouble that: no one will be at war or in
not as Important, although regis the applicant receives a number reputable persons". starting the wrecker. The bat poverty, or sick, or lonely again a favorite in
tered.i They are used mainly as ed, dated certlficae, covering the The law further requires a purchaser ., tery was down and had to be "In plain, staple words: Grow $1 098 '1998 :
Identification at a distance or In brand, signed by the Commission of cattle" except for I charged. It was out of gas and up! Quit being a cry baby! Get cnsp cottonbroadckth ac3r
a group of cattle where brands er of Agriculture and the directorof slaughter to re-mark and re- had to be filled. When they finally out o( your dream world! Develp .
are hard to see. the Division of Animal Indus. brand them with his own mark got to the scene of the accident a backbone-not a wishbone I 14
An experienced cattleman can try Then he can have his brand' end brand, except when an entire someone had taken one Start acting like a man or lady"
read a brand at a glance. Most Ing Iron made and start brand. stock of cattle is sold, their:. hind quarter and both ears from SIZES 515
popularly used are letters, nut !tog his cattle mark and brand also must be. the cow STRAW MELON GREEN ; :
tnerals, designs, such as squares, If an application shows a con conveyed.Inspectors. Alas And AlackA r x
circle, diamonds, bars, etc., and flint with another previously recorded are to stamp all carcasses DANGEROUSEach 4 ,,
a combination of both. Letters brand in the choice of and hides and keep records year more than 1,000 persons little boy wanted $100, to he w r .
lying down are called "lazy". counties, a suggestion may be of their brands and marks. are killed in farm tractor decided to pray for it. He prayed .
Two letters joined are "connect. made for a brand that will not The Commissioner of Agrkul. I accidents over the last eight for two weeks Still no $100
ed", They are often used with conflict! One example in the hire or his Inspectors are to confiscate .I years the death rate has climbed So he decided to write the Lord JUST ARRIVED r :
wings, as the flying B, or rock'ers county Is the Thompson Farms any slaughtered beef I 50 per cent. One-third of tractor Postal authorities, noting the address '
as the Rocking R. According to Boyles they made which has not been stamped. i fatalities occur on the highways forwarded the letter to the NEW SKIRTS '
Everyone has heard the old several applications to have their The law provides for Inspectionfees I President of the United States.
story of the wife of the small' brand recorded before one was designed to finance the salaries I The President, amused sent AND
tune rancher who drew up i accepted. TF for Thompson of as many Inspectors as I Bobby D. Wallace of Okeechobee !the boy a check for $5, behevelng K
brand for him after he had talk. Farms and TFF for Thompson the Commissioner deems rdvls. was recently named on the that would seem like a lot ol SWEATERSWOOL
ed of it for yean but just hadn't Florida Farms were both re able and all other costs of entorcement Deon's List for the spring semester money to a boy. The delighted
Cot around to It. The brand she the University of Florida's Lord BLENDS th ;,
jected. They finally settled on the by youngster wrote the a humble
designed was the T F BAR TF- brand. Fees are listed as follows: I School of Journalism and Corn letter of thanks, but closed BULKY KNITS
2k pNo Prior to a change In the law a For recording: marks end. municatlons. A grade average of by saying: SIZES 6-20 1
few years ago, brands were registered brands and stamping hides and "B" or higher is required to be "I noticed :your routed :your
law requires a cattleman to in each county, so many carcasses of butchered cattle, for Included on the list. letter through Washington. As r

usual, those stinkers deducted COORDINATESSKIRTS
95 percent, J&i/tttL.} \

The chachalaca Inhabiting the glen
NEARS most impenetrable thickets 01 SLACKS .
ONLY 4 south Texas Is one of the rarestU.

LEFT of. the S. game pheasant birds tribe.and a member BLOUSES '

Mole crabs and land bugs are
excellent bait for stripers and ST.BLAKELY'S
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Page 8 OkMchob Nws, Friday, Aug. 11, 1961 They RowedOne The Atlantic PopulationGain- dent divided 73 per cent from

migration and 27 per cent from

Look For of the greatest true Island New York City at 5 p.m. In State Amazing births."The peak growth year ((1957

stories of the sea is not concerned June 6, 1696. They hoped to take Florida 1958)) 'Saw a total of 263,263 new

I with a mutiny or a brave advantage of the Gulf Stream population gain dur FloridIans, 81 per cent from migraUon .
Ing the
ship battling tempest. It Is re- current to make four knots an past ten years was the
and 19
result of an Inflow of residents per cent from III IIIa IIIy
i The Good lated in the incredible saga of hour On July 31, some 53 days from other births.
areas at a rate three
two young Norwegian clam dig- and 3,250miles later, they times the "The' most recent year for
as strong as natural
gets and seaman who rowed reached St. Mary's In the Scllly which official estimates are avail.
rate from births in the
By MAYOR DONALD MACK feeling California has for Florida aero*ed the Atlantic Ocean from Islands off EngKnd. Florida State Chamber state of Commerce the able covers July 1. 1959 to July 1 I,
and vice versa This is hate In :-;C'W"ork to England In 1896, During the crossing the Intrepid 1960. The gain during that Lime
Some people get a great deal 1U most mild form. In Its extreme TV fantastic feat performed byGeorge seamen followed a rigorous .: yesterday. totaled 210,000 new residents, 68

of satisfaction in pointing out the form it Is disastrous. Herbo, 27, and Frank routine. Each rowed for 18 I "During the decade, Florida per cent from migration and 32

shortcomings and unpleasant Hate should be aU7 d.- Samuvtaxt, 31, has never beeortpNto.'d. hours o c day, slept five hours granted a total of 2,179,000 new per cent from births. This figuresto

characteristics in others. It reminds agreeable quality in human bo- and had an hour for meals. Once residents, giving the state an of. a migration rate of 2,728 persons .

me of J the politician who ings, but unfortunately, it )isn't. It ail began in the spring of their boat capsized in a storm riclally estimated population of each week and a natural

i houted out at a meeting that one People frequently derive more '96 as an idea hatched by Richard off Newfoundland Banks, but 5.000.000 on July 1 of last year. gain of 1,311 persons each week

: of his fellow lawmakers didn'teven pleasure and enjoyment from D. Fox. Fox was the publisher they wree able to right: it, ball It The net gain from migration accounted during the year 1959-1960.

t have the manners of a pig their hatreds than they do from of New York's Police Gazette, out, and go o>n. What helpedto for 75 per cent of this

I A great cry went up from the their loves Hate has been jlori- a colorful journal widely readin save their lives and their figure (or 1.625.567 persons) and BIG NIPPERSIt's -

others there for him to apologize! ted, commercialised and capitalized the sporting world. In a typical craft in this emergency were two births made up 25 per cent (or easy to tell who is the bossin
r Thereupon this fellow rose to until it has been made so 553,433)) of the gain
flamboyant gesture Fox extra handrails which had been the fiddler crab family. The
his feet and said. "I shall apologize
and beg to say that the hon. attractive. few people can resist offered $10,000 to anyone who attached to the hull of the Fox "The yeardo-year pattern varied males have much larger pinchers
it could row a boat across the Atlantic below
orable member does have the the waterline Additionalfood considerably from the ten
manners of J a pig". When we hate other people it Everyone considered the and water to replace what year average. During the year Mr and Mrs, QuJlIe HazelLef

This sort of humor to run down I somehow gives us a sense of su task Impossible. they had lost in the capsizing July 1, 1950 to July 1, 1951, the and son Joe spent the weekend

other people somehow) strikes a periority and importance. Because Then Fox and his fellow Americans were given to Herbo and Samuel- total gain was 145,000 new resi in Miami.

responsive chord with most people. people enjoy hating, we received a big surprise son by two passing Norwegian
have glorified! It. Just as we have,
Hate and Jealousy and pleasure tlerbo and Samuelsox tough, barques.
Is too reserved the most gorgeous cos hardbitten, stee1- lnewed men
In criticising others
dress the honors Oddly enough Herbo and Stnv
tume of highest
announced would
of the sea, they
widespread. CATFISHHUSH
uelson returned to New York the
end the most stirring applausefor
Hollywood has a word for really try! for the prize. The latter day
men who In an army go for. same odd way they had left
and this word is Vikings chose an 18-foot Oat-
big things
ward to fight others they hate, so the city, pulling at the oars. Ac.
If could bottom, double-ended skiff witha i
colossal. I think we
: do we dress up our private hates tually they had booked return PUPPIES-COLE SLAW
in five foot beam their vessel. '
measure all the unhappiness I as
and glorify then.If I passage on a tramp steamer ANDSWEET
the world caused by foolish jealousy While, this may seem like a mere
the result would be colossal, we put forth one tenth of the cockleshell to us (and was During the voyage, however, TATERS
the ship ran out of coal and the
find l to like I
effort to something
By foolish jealousy I mean jealousy considering the dangerous 3,000 /a
about folks that we put Into finding crew started using furniture -
founded on suspicion and mile crossing that lay ahead)
misinformation rather than fact. something to dislike, wed the boat was probably the best and anything else made of ALL YOU CAN EAT

Such jealousy Is usually excitedby all be more efficient and a lot they could have selected. wood for fuel. When the captain
began looking speculatively at
listening to a telephone con. happier. In the craft Herbo and Sam-
their dauntless Fox, Herbo and 1.50 ,
versallon and hearing only half A great aid in having consideration -
nelson stored their meager sup. Samuelson again took to the high
the conversation while Imagining of others or for others Is, y
plies 100 pounds of bread, a seas They finished the last. 250
"hat is being said on the other looking: : for the good things and
quantity of canned meat, oatmeal miles to New York in four days
trying our level best to overlook
end of tie line, by reading per-
signal lights, 20-gallon tankof
tonal mail and giving wrong intornrotaHnn !the bad. BARLOWFISH
fresh water, four 10-gallon iw
tn Information found
V -- water cans and a compass and
there: by listening to idle gossip
sextant. They carried three extra
and the like. OVERSUBSCRIBEDThe
pairs of oars. They bad no CAMPON r-
The Bible tells us that the love
I Florida Synod of the Presbyterian sails or any other means of pro-
cf money is the root of all LAKE OKEECHOBEE
Church went over the >ulsion. DRIVE-IN
There is something else which is ON
12 Ml. SOUTH U.S. 441
the root of-if not all-at least, top in its drive for funds in support Wearing the Derby hat they
has of Florida Presbyterian habitually donned for work or THEATREENJOY ROdeo 2-6437
much evil. This is hate Hate (
been defined as that benevolent Allege: at St Petersburg The recreation, Herbo and Samuel.son .
3100000 budgeet was over sub shoved off from the Battery '

scribed by $19,000. at !the foot ot J Manhattan -::- "
Fidclis Class DON T WAIT until its TOO LATE


Of Mrs. Crist NEW IF'J The time to Insure

SPECIAL' ."r @
The regular monthly meeting of ,.jAUTOMOBILES : OUTDOORMOVIES against fire is ,

the Fidelis class of the Methodist \ '
? )
I '
church was held at the home of \\\ \\ I AT THE /1 before it happens
Mrs Ester Crist July 27. Mrs.
Irene Watford, president, conducted r/i IN
I te business session. Many COSTS YOU \ ,/ your home, it will be too

t them Items the were suggestion discussed that, the among class LESS -;rGOOD .r, ; ; late to check your insur +

form a standing visiting commit. ance to see if it's adequate -

tee, to cover your loss.
Mrs. Elsie Reichert led the devotional PICTURES
t and chose a brief talk Now, get all the protection you need-for The only way to protect

". ) en "My Friend Jesus'' followed up to 30% less! Under this new policy, care EVERY NIGHTOF is your insurant yourself financially is to 8

;i by "It Took A Miracle". coverage in linewith
a song THE
\ ful drivers can make a worthwhile saving. get the right coverage . J I Ir
7 Delicious refreshments were today's value
carved by the hostess, Mrs. Esther And, you are still assured of our personal at. WEEKCOME of your property?

Crist, to Mesdames Doren tention and service. We'll be on hand to discuss .
Reeves, Ruby Davis, Lucy Link
your insurance needs ... offer help incase -11-
Arabella Faglie, Mattie Lee Mc. Leonard
Crania, Ethel Reichert Lola of an accident and see that claims get BergerINSURANCE

I'Ortner, Elsie Reichert, Ethel prompt handling. Premium payments are DRESSED AGENCY )
Dreese, Eugenia Bowden Cor-
I rise Cassel Irene Watford. Ruth made on'a semi-annual basis. Find out today JUST AS YOU ARE! FIREAUTOCASUALTYBONDSOkeechobee

j Helsel and Miss Alice Bass. bow you can save money on high-quality stock County Bank Building

I company insurance. Call or write us todayfor Phone RO 2.7441
C E. Prescott of St Thomas,
Virgin Islands, flew to Fort Lau. full detaila without obligation
4 :: : I
derdale to spend the week end

with his wife and they drove to R. B. MESERVEAGENT
Okeechobee to visit Mrs B. Caso,

C Mrs.Brette.Tom Proctor and Mrs. Evelyn This one takes the roof off!11 1 -

r Bob Blast, who has been an GENERAL INSURANCE ::Z:: '"
employe of Central Electric for a:

several months, has accepted a ,

position with Okeechobee Motor I- .....
Company and started to work

there this week. :z:

Mrs. John Ferguson observedher >-

birthday Tuesday.

James Dickson son of Rev. z

and Mrs. John M. Dickson re i
turned home this week from Mar. ,

lana, where he has been a student Yow'.., never teen anything like the
at the Chipola College Scout-for work, play or ..bat.you.
James took a course in biologyand l l wilL An all..tee.l top come off in ...... .
minute An all.(rteel body hauls man-
was named to the honor roll
Mr and Mrs. Johnny Fergusonand acre: loads of cargo. .

children Toni, Wesley and >

John Stephan left Monday for 1ft

their home in Kansas after spend.
ing a few days here with his JUST OIJT. hSCOIJT! ...... H

parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Ferguson .

and with Mr. and .Mrs 1ftf'I
Nick Rankin and children. .

Mrs. J. T. Coker has returned '

home from a trip to Mississippi

where she visited with her daughter l .

Mrs. Don Carter, Mrs. Carter y

is the former Marcia Rae Coker,
Mrs. Bart Caso and children

were visiting their grandmothers

Mrs A Caso and Mrs Evelyn BURGESS SUPPLY CO. io

Brette during the month of July,

They returned ot their home in OKEECHOBEE, FLORIDA n carrie three 0..

Branford, Conn., on Wednesday. passengers on a full-width

front leat, baa extra Beating
on full-length rear wheel howrinl.It .
4-cylinder Comanche engine. Optionalall
.wheel drive for off road traction. Optional
BACK TO SCHOOL Travel.Top converts it into a town delivery.

A whole new Idea In low cost transportation


nit to rot lent, i Mat Came Sent wit* Hit reef slow lent ttrlMi fir lm. lent MMWM Mend
nlmbli pickup. Snull eft.lot It rimovtd I III sinactin.. Poe 15151,1 date, taww d.lI..ry bY.. opo
In Hit, Iliht In wtHht utti,to IIV. you i nmcl doori, wlodowi lift oil, blond' dill. TrixlTo
ran to dove lot bsaaaa (orwyklmlof aethnyaey wlndn1.I/" MM 4owi w tompliti wlU window .
r,1._.. kind was. ..Ieob... art lilt..... *




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I IkttchobMNtwf, Friday, Aug. 11, 1961 Page 9 ,
. Land Owners aide ditches on U. S. Ml and '
State Road 70 cleaned was grant Oct. DeadlineSet County Court

I [ Classified Ads I To Furnish ed, following a telephone call For Gasllefunds
by Counuty Attorney BIB Hen- N. Woolen, unlawful
__c Own CulvertsThe speed, $35 bond forfeited.

KINDERGARTEN dry.Hendry read a letter from the C R. Adorn, unlawful speed,
Betfiler 4 : Board of County Commissioners
State $35 bond forfeited.Raymond
Park .
Sale Board
For' or Rent acknowledg
and 5-year-old)/ children now. $3 r rrtR + at the regular Florida farmers have until October
per we k.: CaU Mr. Lantis H Tuesday. adopted resolution ing receipt of a resolution by 2. 1961. to file claims for Lopez, unlawful!.
Strickland the county board asking for a refund of speed, 13 fine or 10 days
OR RENT Furnished nice RO 2-6793. 8-11 pertaining to culverts, effective federal tax on gasoline
park on land to be filled
at the used
lean one or two room apartient August 8, 1961. for farming purposes. Lewis Freeman, assault and
ACREAGE WANTED ', mouth of the KiMlmee River
Have In.Vesto'l ,
By week or month. Utlll- I; The county will place! culverts Economist with the Florida battery, HIM fine or 10 day
for, The board of
over commUsloners
Road dollars county In Jail.Henry,
lei furnished 78. Telephone Agricultural
worth of low priced across county roads and for Is considering the Service -
ROdeo 23163. 429t( Tract ranging In adze from acreage 100 drainage of county roads andproperty. of a building! at construction the say claims may be lied by E, Jenkins, assault. and

FOR RENT: Furnished apt, acres up will be considered, It will be the policy old county barn for the library. farm owners, tenants or operators battery, 2 days in 'Jail, 1 year'
ly, Week or Month; Utilities turn Please submit complete details of the county board In \the future for the perold July I, i960 probation

[\\\aterfront Boat Dock..See own. first letter. .... TOWN AND to authorize placing of culverts through June 30, 1961. June R. Budge, drunk, 8 day.in .
It COUNTRY ; li for acess to private 1 prop. Junior For gasoline purchased 01or jail.
'r, Brown house Rd. 78 U mile PROPERTIES INC., College
[West Camp Okeeslmrnee. 164 Boca Raton Road, Boca Raton i erty providing the owner furnishes after Oct. 1, 1959 through June James R. Ray, drunk, 125 fin
728; 8.1,11,18 pyOR Telephone 395-3434. 8-11 the pipe, which must be Completes Year 30, 1961, a refund rate of four or 10 days In jai
of cents Is
approved size, per gallon allowed
RENT Bedroom waterfront WANTED Old U S. COINS YM Other business! of the county Thursday, August I marked the No refund of \the tax Is allowedfor Cody 10 Stratton drunk, $28 fine
home In Wilcox Shores such as Indian Heads Liberty board wes as follows end I of the first complete year gasoline used the or day In jail
on highway
cbmpletely furnished. $83,(XT 'per Nickels, etc. Write giving your A motion was made to havea of operation for Indian River In processing, packaging freezing ; Joseph. Pugh petit larceny.
month Pick key for address or send coins Insured for $36 fine or 13 days In jail
up Inspection proposed marl pit on Road 78 Junior College: The college began or canning operations; or for
at Charles M. top dollar to Bill Wagle 612 N E. Rufus Brown, no driver U-
Campbell 0(' surveyed by the county survey operation In September, 1960;and personal nonfarmtag purposes .
12th Ave., Pompano Beach Florida cense, $25 fine 10 day,
lie.* 84USALE or.City has been In aesslon for two full File claims on Form 2240 (1961) or
F-IJR ,- 3-Bedroom CBS 8-U.18P councLmen: appeared before l&week semesters and one 7- with the U S. District Director of Alfonzo Burney, unlawful parking

House. Will, sell furnished or un. the board with in offer, week session since that tune. Internal Revenue Jacksonville, $35 bond forfeited.

Jmlshed In Oak Park Call RO EmploymentMIDDLE IM I r i p p zy ;l.irw'pi of a shed at the sewerage plantto Dr. Maxwell C. King president Florida County agents deputy Agnes Ford Ross, reckless driving
2+1189. 7.28ti1J58 I belied at the city diinp for of the college commented that collectors and the district direc $35 bond forfeited.
I work AGED housekeeper LADY would like. N4 T y rr1, shelter for the attendant. They he was "well pleased with the tor of Internal revenue have this J C Rogers, failure to have
,CHEVROLET Radio, Heat u a companIon requested that the county move progress the college has made' form and Instructions for prepar I his vehicle under control $3S'
cr, Good Tires $900 Call ROdeo and has hd experience in ----------. to'' ing it.
the shed, Members of the boardwill to date. Dr. King went on I bond forfeited
general office 'work and clerking Double sage of white orchids from her
25832 8-lllf Ring
Inspect the shed to see If say that "the caliber of instruction
Write Box 638H bndoy bouquet
Okeechobee. it >Is and the \
worth moving program
FOR SALE NEW HOUSE withljso 8-4.lip Rites Unite After a wedding trip Mr. and
They was also asked to operation would compare very 1
Apartments on 100 ft. lot. Mrs./ Gaughon 1 be at homeIn propose
Doth apartments rented. Good WOMAN WHO CAN DRIVE Local Couple Okeechobee. to the city council the movIng favorably with more established
income. Price reasonable. PhoneBOeleo If you would enjoy working: 3 or of a atop light from the Institutions In the state." COOL COMFORTABLEBreakfast

2-5423 8-llp 4 hours a day calling regularlyeach Candlelight and traditional wedding junction. of 8th and Okeechobee The college began operation
month on a group of Studio music formed the back City Court streets to 8th and Colored Town last September with an enrollment
IpU SALE CHIHUAHUA Girl of :348 students The
puppies Cosmetic clients on a routeto ground for the Impressive double road recently
Call R. L. Mixon ROdeo ( be established in and around ring ceremony uniting Sharon Lee Fourteen cases: were heardIn A lot and dramatize plait for completed summer session
24751. Okeechobee, and are willing to Watford and Thomas William the city court this week before the second addition of Okeecho drew 150 students. During 6 O'clock
make light deliveries Judge: Mayor Donald MackThey bee Estates the first of operation the
FOR RENT Trailer cottage etc., writeto Gaufihon In marriage on Thursday was accepted by the year
end two-room furnished apartment STUDIO GIRL COSMETICS, July 27, in the First Baptist : Included: board A plait for a subdivision I college offered only Freshman
dean, comfortable reasonable Dept AUW9, Glendale Call. church The Rev. Cooper Marshall Kenneth Leggett,. no driver' at U. S. 441 and the IpthegroveRoad level courses. When the new semester Serving A Variety of
Clyde Hancock, North of forma Route will pay up to $5.00 officiated Mrs. Babe Bart.' license $25 fine or 10 days.E. called Okeechobee Hammock begins In September the

SAL Depot, on US 441. 811p per hour, 8-11,18,25 lett and Bobby Raulerson gave a F Glisson, running of a WM presented for approval Sophomore class will be added, Noon Day Lunches
program of wedding music. red light $10 forfeited No action was taken by The courses offered at this level

FOR SALE 1-year-old Gas HELP WANTED MALE, Night The couple spoke their vows Earl McDanIel speeding, $25 the board will broaden considerably the
Range 5000. A good buy. Call Watchman-Janitor combination. before the altar banked with fern bond forested, I Several requests for lease of the college currlculm.
RO 6-1723 8-llp Apply Gilbert's Chevrolet Co. and palms and cathedral tapersin J. D. Rollins, violation of muffler : old county hospital have been Open Every Night Until 10

FOR RENT Furnished efflcltncy : 8-lltf wrought Iron candmJabras ordinance, $20 or 10 days. 'presented to the board, the latest CROSS STATE Friday and SaturdayUntil
apartment for two. Phone Baskets of gladioli and chrysanthemums R. C, Wayland, violation of for use as a nursing home The Florida State Turnpike

RO 61901. 8-lltf Firemen's were on either side of muffler ordinance, $10 bond forfeited for elderly] people No commitments Authority will make a survey of MidnightThe
the altar. have been made by the the feasibility of constructing a
FOR SALE 12000 Cypress Auxiliary The bride given In marriage Richard Lane,, violation of( board The building may be usedas cross state toll turnpike connect.

Post, 500,000 feet Barbed Wire. by her father wore a gown of muffler ordinance $20 or 10 office space for county offices ing Miami and Tampa via Collier .

Bob Larson MI 73714 (office), Mel Tuesday tulle with scalloped Chantilly lace days Lee, Charlotte Manatee
Ml 72349 (home); 661 Glenridge: The Council Room of the City over bridal taffeta, featuring a Anthony S. Bass, violation of A motion was passed to purchase and Sarasota counties. The bill
Way, Winter Park Fla 8-llp Hall was the meeting place of redingote style front with cascading muffler ordinance, $20 or 10 days. a map copying machineCor authorizes the surveys and construction '

toe Firemen's Auxiliary on Tuesday ruffles dramatizing the' Lelea Dunham drunk, disturbing the clerk's office. The cost of If found feasible was PALMETTO RESTAURANT

SALE- July 25. Wilma Williams opened back of the floor-length sweep the peace and dispplay of the machine, $329. signed by Governor Bryant recently
FOR the meeting and Perl Godwin The fitted basque bodice with II a deadly weapon, $25 fine and 30 Rowena Parkerson asked and U.S. 441 South DOT & RUSS McKEEHAN

led the group i In prayer Sabrina neckline 'was trimmed Jays In jail. was granted permission to attend CALL RO 2.5161IT'S
3 BEDROOM HOUSE Routine business! was dlspoeed with seed pearls and iridescent Earl Prescott, drunk, $25 bond a state convention of registration APPRECIATION

CBS FHA of, then changes In the bylawswere sequins, while the long sleeves forfeited supervisors in Riviera People never appreciate par
$750 Down voted and approved, after ended In a bridal point. Her head Tommy Mann, drunk $25 bond Beach entrf until they are.

$5* per Mo. haveing been read at previous piece was a scalloped queen's forfeited Gladys Clay appealed before
meetings.A crown of lace encircled with rose Gordon Hoyle, fighting, $60 fine the board to apply for a permit BAD FOR DUCKS

WRITE BOX 17(1 committee composed of Bea buds and pearl tear drops attacked H E. Sills, reckless driving to carry a gun She will. be issued Serious droughts in the best

or CM Brlney, WIlmA' Williams and to an elbow length veil of $25 bond forfeited a permit on approval of duck nesting areas on Canadian
RO 2-U4t Pearl Godwin was appointed to silk Illusion. She carried a bouquet J. R. Tyner, reckless driving, a $100 bond prairies threaten to curtail sharply -
Okt.chobt. go with Service Project Chairman of two white cdttleya orchids $15 and license suspended for A request to the State Road waterfowl production again
714tf Wilma Chandler to the hoar Interspersed with fleur-de 30 days. Department to have sections of this year
pital to get a list of items needed leis and white vanda orchids Belford Gass, $25 bond forfeited
for the new hospital so that on a speeding charge and
800 Acres Apple Custard Muck Maid of honor was Miss Brenda fir"s .
1IWR4tnl! .:N1chs4vAVDkedWatar = the class may decide on our, .donation Pearce, who wore a ballerinalength $l3 and 5_days in .jail for. _contempt s- '- "
Conteol-3 mUilon plus gallons at the next meeting. goad 'of'chiffon:In sea. .ct court- ,
Treasurer Pearl Godwin resented It that the best dealon
I per hour-Zellwood Area- ( spray green, which featured a appears ,
a check for $149.23, from muffler
a ordinance
fitted bodice with bateau neck chargeis
Call Bob Larson, MI 73714 office;
MI 72349, home 661 Glenrldge the Fire Department, the 'Aux.Blary's line. The dress was sleeveless, to forfeit the bond.

Way, Winter Park. 8.lip half of the proceeds from with a softly draped back and full
the sale of the black angus heifer sJdrt. A Dior bow of. matohln g Mr and Mrs Ray Lantz of
FOR SALE FORMER Wo Plans were made for the barbecue color attached to a biu9h-lenltb Miami returned to their home

man's Club Building immedlately the regular fifth Monday affair veil was worn on the head as a Sunday They plan to move to
South of Sierra Restaurant. Must which was held this week. cloche Bridesmaids were Lee Okeechobee In midSeptemberMr. .

be moved In near future Very Inez Kornung's name was Christopher, Helen Reynolds, Pat and Mrs Johnny Jenkins
suitable for home, apartment, drawn for the jackpot. Since she Gaughon: Mary Nell Watford and. I and daughters Lisa and Linda,
recreation hall church barn was absent the jackpot will go Linda Drawdy. Flower
or girl was Miss Sunny Presley, Mr, and
Sale or trade What have you? over to next meeting. VIdde Scarborough. Each wore Mrs. J C. McPherson and .80n
Price $2.000 RO 2-3251 7.21, 28 Flowers were sent to Minnie I frocks Identical In style and Miles and Mis Carol Conrad of
84, 11 Pope, who was In the hospital color with the maid of honor's Fort Pierce returned home Sunday
Hostess CassIe Arnold served They carried sprays of yellow morning from a two-weeks
FOR RENT Furnished cabins, refreshments to Wilma Williams! and bronze chrysanthemums. S y L t
camping trip !In North Carolina. EASY AS POWER
electric kitchens. P. P. Evans, Wilma Chandler, Joan Parker, STEERING
Phone 2-3961. 724tf Bea Briney and Pearl Godwin. The bride's mother chose for This is the string of bass that Kenny Ford and his
the occasion a pink lace waltz COYOTE HUNTINGIn
The ladies viewed the new fire brother-in-law from Atlanta caught last Thursday.The .
FOR length frock with matching head. to find out
SALE: Bedroom CBS hunting and calling coyotes,
truck and of U .a
are just as proud
House. Will sell furnished or the firemen piece and a corsage of orchids i H you're In an elevated position, eight weighed 42 pounds. The largest went

unfurnished. In Oak Park Call as The mother of the groom worea a coyote Is not apt to see you. 7V4 pounds. Caught on live shiners.N1& new car at our bank. Before you buy, come in

ROdeo 2-3189 728tf Mr. and Mrs Nick Rankin en pale blue eyelet dress with a I

BOATS AND MOTORS tertained( at a barbcue Thursday matching satin bolero. Her hat for the moneysaving details of our plan!
evening In honor of Mis. Ran. was of blue satin, and she wasa

kin's mother, Mrs. John Ferg'uson corsage of white orchids.
Eddie Bowns was the groom's
,who was celebrating her
: FORSALE best man and Paul Evans Jmv '
70th birthday. Present were Mr. OKEECHOBEE
my Drawdy, L. C. Fortner, Steve
and Mrs.: Emerson Moore, Mr,
Watford and Gil Culbreth
: and Mrs Lamonte Moore, Mrs. were
Robert Delaney and children, ushers. Ring bearer was Mark HAMRICKKINDERGARTEN COUNTY BANK

::15' Lyman Runabout, Mr. and Mrs John Ferguson and Watford "Serving You And The Big Lake Are*"
: Gator Trailor, 1959-16 the hostess Sir and Mrs. Nick A reception was held Immediately Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation
HP Motor, Electric Start- Rankin. following the ceremony at

: ere Complete with con. Mr and Mr. Forest Wyatt Sr., the church social room. A banquet 4
and Jane and Airs table was covered with a
: trols $345.00.Come Daniel Lowe and daughter, cut-work doth, centered with a THE CHANGING SCENE

: In and see us fora Theresa Lynn, left Aug. 1 for tiered wedding caKe. Serving
were Mrs. John B Watford, Mrs.
North Carolina to week.
spend a
trade-in value for '
high Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Carson of Ernest Hudson Mrs. Jesse Wat will beginAUGUST
.your old motor on a new Jacksonville are visiting with ford and Mrs. Leo Gagnon. Er

1961 Mercury. Rev. and Mrs. John M. DIckson. nestle Hudson was In attendance raNNESaalsAaaf ,4
at the bride's book. 28
The Carson's are Mrs. 'Duckson's I nursswsNOrrESrN7f
OKEECHOBEE'RESORT parents. The bride chose for going awaya -= QNEwrf f eEENINJ eozns NEIL
beige silk shantung suit with +4 ILLNEVE4
orange accessories and a cor- S ,es EATWNEaa

Merchandise pUR NOW YOU CAN ADD

IENEtAL EUn.IC Please register at Mrs.
Hamrick's home; time
fir a FREE demonstration on QtfCIU' any
your lawn. We'll trade on the I i j /
,ot Sizes and prices to fit your TO YOUR MESENT WHUCE convenient to you before RESTAURANTS TOOK


TRADING ... ... FRIGIDAIRE I .. 1: then.

RCA-TV . . .. ...........$4500
SERVICE that is
Metal Cabinet .*............$1200 ,

Wringer Washer ........ ..$3500 of room and
Toledo Scales ... ..:. .... ., ,$3500 e Fast, neat, JOtHOttlfIata"ation. Inspection
Kenmore Sewing Machine .:$37.50Phon ...
1-M25 grounds invited
C Prompt, courttow,
Business Service skillful strvlce.PracWon. INSTALLATION IS EASY e
TRAPS CLEANED and Repaired
Phone Okeechobee RO 34724 or I Pirts. at FRESH MRS MRS. R. E. HAMRICK

RO 3-1391. tt Advice M tdiptfngFrigldilre CLEAN /MRCENTRAL

FOR REPAIRS on PTIgldalr and / apptiMMl QUtET$ MRe 2 Story White Houie-3 Blocks

llaytag Appliances call GIL. to your kKc Mil
South of City Hall
ClIln the folk who'dIlkotactllonyou LIVING' COHK90T DURIN9 writ wurNa.ar.es


SERVICE Painted, Plastic
Neon Rentals and Truck Letter. GAS CO.
Central Electric & Gas Co.
In* Call RO 6-2231 S-lltt Phone 2-5561


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O'SAGE 2J/2 Can


With $5.00 or More PEACHES 1
LB. Purchase

L: 248c Quart 29c 3 t I for 69

Peas Corn 2 39c CAL. LARGE 27 SIZE FANCY 3 FOR
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RICE SEALL Long Grain Extra Fancy 8 Ib bag $1.19

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Plain,or Iodized for CARDINAL 2 LBS.

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Canned Drinks Canada Dry all flavors cold 3'29c

Paper oewls 2 32c

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