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: September 8, 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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MOOR '\A Volume 51-Number 9 Okeeehobee, Florida, Friday, Sept 8, 1961 Telephones ROdeo 2-3221 and 2-3141 lOc Per Copy 1

The Labor Day Rodeo parade .

this year was far and INlay .,' ..
the best ever held In Okeechobee Boat Club .. ".. '
Returns Labor Rodeo
Two Snakes Day
It was scheduled for 10 a. m. Safely Big
Monday morning and it startedat II
10 a. m The parade at least Killellly

ranged ten blocks, the long attractions, was properly spaced ar From Three Day CruiseThe Pair Near Here Attracts Large Crowd ;

compactly and there were no delays Dalton Brette and Charlie Mus-
The Junior Chamber of weekend cruise of the grove came to The Okeechobee An estimated crowd of over 4500

Commerce is directly responsible Okeechobee Boat Club member Stocker Cafes + F B t t News office Saturday bearing a MISS FLAME .took advantage of the near per. \
for this fine showing Perhapsthe was a success, marred only by pair of huge rattlesnakes, one : feet weather tao attend the annual

JCs should take over the dl.! an accident that painfully, but Bring $27.75 On sr measuring even six feet, the CONTEST TO performance of the Cattlemen I
reeling! of the rodeo too. Although not seriously injured Ford Col. other five feet, two inches. 's Association Rodeo, Sunday
It was a fine show 1 it lins, according to Cruisemaeter LocallUarkctTuesday' } The big reptiles were killed BE OCT. 14 I and Monday, A brisk breeze re.
could have been much better: I Buddy Belk s. d . along U.S. 441 near the Lawrence lieved the heat in the covered
the three.hour spectacle could The cruise, 14 boats and some s livestock sale at the ,., t Dairy north of town The Okeechobee Volunteer stands and there was only a ,
118been presented in two 35 persons, left Okeechobee Sat. local market saw 764 head of cat. 1 Few reports of rattlesnake be. firemen Auxiliary will hold a sprlnklng of rain for both days .
hours. At one time the crowd urday at 9 am and arrived' in'ort tie changing hands. Prices ing killed come to The News office beauty contest to elect "Miss Although the action was fast I
sag. I
fat nine minutes while cowboys Mjers about 4 pm The ged slightly but were still high SHOWN CROWNING this year's Rodeo Queen is I since the county discontinued Flame on Saturday, October and rough, many riders not com.
to trip across the lake bounties for the 14. 1961, at 8 m in the High their ride (
were trying get a steer was uneventful with good stocker calves going Glenellen Davis last years queen, at the Rodeo paying p letlag only two qualified -
straight in a bulldogging chute the lake smooth and liS high as 2775. Slaughter ,. snakes About as many rattlersare School Auditorium in the saddle bronc, Sun
The only professional hired by Little trouble among the boats calves brought up to $23.50, Grounds on Monday, after a panel of judges had being killed, it is said, but This will climax the weeklong day) only one of the contestantswas
the rodeo management Pete Pe They reassembled at the Cal! slaughter cows, $17, stocker selected Linda Brette. She was chosen for her rodeo now they are left where they are activities of Fire Prevention !injured. Pete Crenshaw fell

derson the clown expressed disgust oosahatchee Locks steers $20.10, stocker heifers, clothing, and other features, and will reign as queenof found Week by the Firemen and their and broke his arm after comletelng .

with the long delays "I'm Aside from usual minor motor $1675; stocker cows, $1625 and the rodeo during the coming year ladies. ? his ride, 2nd place in
running out of jokes be said mishaps, no serious trouble was bulls, $18.50.Friday's 10 LETTERMENON In order to be a contestant, the the: bull ride, Monday. A horse and
We're disturbed about the futureof experienced by the boaters Sylvia dairy cattle sale wasa young lady must be a studentin rider went hrough the fence on

the rodeo. The Cattlemen As. Bass said she discovered the big success, Manager Pete Cle Sliloke OdorS And Grease BRAHMAN the Okeechobee High Schoolin Monday but neither was injured.
location are about to kill the depth of the river when she step mons said There were 72 head the 9th. 10th, 11th or 12th The winners in the two day
goose that lays the golden egg pest off a !ledge while holding a sold for an average of $24421 1961 SQUADTen grade She must be single (never event were as follows

If they don't speed up the how, boat for minor repairs.. She was per head. There will be another lettermen expected to been married) She must be sponsored Calf Roping:

ins taU Mine organisation and set recovered with M damage except dairy cow sale Friday, Sept 13, Plague City Council be on hand when are Okeechobee by a local business, civic Sunday: First Albert Barthle, I
tome special acts, people wit a wetting. starting at T p. m Brahmans opens its 1961 foot. II dub, ranch, dairy, etc. The entry Sao Antonia, "'-I: 2nd Harold
stop coming to the Ctteeohobee Belli spoke highly of the hospitality Another special sale will be ball at i fee is #.00 to be paid by theFunds Mills, Chelfland, Fla: 3rd PeeWee
season Jupiter Sept 15.
rodeo. As far as we could seethe of Fort Myers They were held on Sept, 22, when feeder Numerous minor requests and place a street light on Merideth The lettermen are Brad Van sponsor. White, Pompano Beach,;
only money spent beck, ex given a royal welcome at the calves will be offered. Already a complaints were heard Tuesday Avenue at the request of a res Schoten 166 Micco raised by the project 4th, Bobby Sapp, Plant City. ,
Billy 155
dept the prize money, was pay Gulf City and were given free large number have been con night by the City Council Mayor Went The motion was passed. will be used for fire fighting Monday: 1st Addy Jones, Dade
for the clown, the announcer, and dockage at the city dock basin consigned, demons said, adding Donald Mack said that he had received A report by water commissionerMack Lloyd 160, Marvin Boney,Wherrell 138, John 165 Roy J Ard B equipment or other civic benefits. City, 2nd White, 3rd, Mills, 4th
$5 given to the winner of the calf for the two nights they were that he expected this to be a record several complaints about Kinsaul was heard and a Ard The girls will wear evening Barthle
scramble. The rodeo is a big there, A banquet bar been prepared -breaking sale, people burning!: trash and gar. request for two fire hydrants 157; Ronnie Coker 175; dresses for the contest No talent Bulldogging

.c;.. thing for Okeechobee. It bring for the cruisers by a Mr. i bage In residential areas creat pipe and fittings was granted. Russell 130 and Osceola, 140. ; Alec Fulford, a necessary as this 1* strciMy: 1st Norman Stokes, Lorita, 2nd
I Wally Harvey, 135CoCaptains .
;r thousands of people here and Hart, dairyman near Fort My lag offensive smoke and odors The council also voted $50.57 to a beauty and personality contest Jimmy Bishop, Miami, 3rd Virgil
gives! the city statewide publicity ers, but due to the unfortunate' Rodeo Clown Has It was agreed by the council I buy paint for the water plant are Wherrell and Grimes! Plant City, Florida;

We want to keep it and we want accident of Mr Collins, it was that letters would be sent to the A request to extned water to Fulford First home Local businesses will be con. 4th, Richard Levering, Plant
people to come back. There wereo forgotten. Belk said. The food Been In Game offenders requesting!: them to stop an area containing ore !housein chobee will be Clewiston game for Okee. tacted by members of the Firemen City, Fla
of In the stands Monday on Sept
people was brought, later, to the River For the practice. Neighbors In the East Okeechobee was denied 22 's Auxiliary, but application Bar Back Bronc Riding:
27 Years
who are not coming back. Court Motel where most of the area of a guava plant operatedby Chairman Claude Garnder said it Blanks may be obtained at the 1st, Ronnie Welch Miami, 2nd

boatmen stayed Several members John Ed Watford, complainedof would cost too much and because Fire Department or from mcmjers OkeecWinkie dark Davie' Fla.,
Dear Editor, of the club and their families .' "o' the odor caused by untreated the area was not in the city of the auxiliary, to anyone 3rd Mike Corley, Miami; 4th
We have long heard about motored to Fort Mjers to meet waste" dumped in Taylor Creek, limits it would be unfair to those desiring to enter the congest, may Curley Pearce Okeechobee.
"peace at any price And in. the cruising group The spirit They said they would register no needing water in the city call ROdeo 27551 and a blank Bull Riding

creasing numbers since Hiroshima of the occasion was temporar. further complaint since the seaS Councilman Leon Yielding stated will be taken to them. list, Ronnie Welch; 2nd Pete
have apparently decidedit ily dampened by the accident, son was about over, but feared that Postmaster Cecil Arnold The winner will receive a Crenshaw, Wildwood, Fla.; 3rd
is worth any price. : but when word was received that the wasted already dumped requested the council to expeditethe crown' and $10.00 in cash and Jim Miller, Shawnee, Okla; 4tha
But there is still some ques : from the hospital that Collins was would be a nuisance until the naming of streets and numbering an arm bouquet of flowers She !I tie between Curly Pearce and
ton as to whether or not tech. I not seriously! injured, the party creek raised enough to wash it the houses so that door will be sponsored In the state Jack Padgett, Brighton.

110101:)', and the adiposity of continued and was thoroughly down to door mall delivery could be "Mis* Flame" contest in May, Saddle Bronc Riding:
I all Belk Councilman C H Parkerson 1962 in Sarastota at the State 1 Sunday 1st Babe Ashton, lor-
mind and body it has engender.ed enjoyed by said started The move has been in : ,
has completely smotheredthat The group found the lake rath registered a complaint that cars process for two or three months Fireman Convention. Expensesfor ita, Fla ; 2nd J. R. Williams, Lon
troublesome thing called I er rough on the return trip, but were parking on the grass in the Queen and her court will Pine, Calif
the city park. He also said that Yielding made a motion to be by the Auxiliary. Judges : Williams 2nd
"spirit" that has elevated man stayed near shore and crossed have paid Monday: 1st, ;
above the beasts without mishap. They reached cars belonging to a garage, and a foot culvert placed at ? n9w will be from out of town. I Pearce, 3rd, Welch, 4th, Aashton,
new street for entranceto '
The spirit of man has been Okeechobee about 6 p.m Monday, the garage wrecker were being + r Ladies CloverleafSunday
the home of
conquered elsewhere-over more It was the longest trip ever tak- parked on a street through the Stuart Llghtsey Will : Shirley Reaves Dad.
who says the enrance he uses ifrten Explorers
than half the globe, in fact. Why en by the local club and they park in the daytime. No action City, Fla j 2nd Nancy Yates, Vero '
blocked trucks The
,l should it flourish longer on our learned considerable that will ...-....-, ....... was taken by is Attend National. Beach, 3rd Cheryl Madifl, Dad
shores There was some discussion con motion was carried. Liehtsey ;."; CIty 4th Hbq MilUK ChMimd.Ha .
help! on future trips. They met The clown atone rodeo held in to clean out the ditch and supply ConferenceI. r
and livt.
cerolng raising keeping
The chip are down and we several other cruises, who showed Okeechobee over the Labor day the fill .
stock in the city limits but no Monday 1st, Reaves' 2nd, Ma.
hall soon find out the answer great courtesy and good will week end was none other than r The Gulf Stream Council of the
and action was taken A protest bya Councilmen Parkerson and dill 3rd Mills. 4th, Yates
To become slaves In the safe Belk said Pete Pederson who resides in a' Scouts of America will be :
'' Boy
resident that hogs were being Yielding were requested to ap 1
Kids Musical Chain
easy course-however unpleasant Much credit was given the Silver Springs, Florida represented by six Explorers and
; the aftermath. The alternative Is keechobe. County Sheriffs department The antics performed on the moved in his neghborhood only pear before the board of county Jlr. ; one adult advisor at the first National Sunday: J. O. Pearce in.
less certain. It requires that we whose boat, mannedby grounds by Pete and his 10-year. brought about discussion commissioners to work out a J. Olin Pearce, Sr, was named Explorer Delegate Conference Monday Ronnie Lawrence.
shake dice with Fate in a gameof Mr and Mrs L. E. Herbert, old mule named "Snuffy" were i Ernest Evans submitted a plat plan for added parking space "Man of the Year" at Okeecho at the University of Mich. Calf Scramble, Sunday ',' ..
retain free. for a second subdivision of Okee for school buses at the primary bee's annual Labor rodeo Charles Lamb 2nd Billy s'
keeps to our brought up the rear and gave: enjoyed by everyone in the load. Day igan at Ann Arbor Michigan next ,
dom or to embrace oblivion assistance to those who lagged ed grandstands. chobee Estates. The council Noted school Monday. Pearce ,who has been August 26 to 30: Raulerson
Which course we follow de. because of motor trouble. Pete has been with the rodeo to accept the plat and to main. Fire Chief Olin Godven was outstanding in cattlemen cir- This anounced today by C Monday 1st, Billie Joe Johns,
pends on our leadership. This is I There was no cook-ou5 on this circuit for the past 27 years and tabs the streets in the subdiv- asked to attend to the repairs c'es' for many years, was named M Gaskins was of West Palm Beach, 2nd, Richard Ivey
a good time therefore to remind trip but the boaters enjoyed t has played 27 rodeos west of talon Evans said they would not of a fan used in the office of this year by Commissioner of Agriculture Scout Executive of the Council. Ronnie Welch qualified as all

every editor that, under the potluck dinner at tin. Moore I the Mississippi River, besides ap be paved. building inspector Carlisle Thom. Doyle Conner to the An. He said that 3.500 Explorers and around cowboy with winnings of
tradiions of a free press, his Haven Locks on the return trip, searing: in Madison Square Garden Parkerson made a motion; to as Se imal Industry Technical Commit. advisors are expected at the first $29425 plus the Western Belt
community looks to him as a leader Another trip is planned for I five times, and has attended tee He also serves on the Florida conference of its kind planned by Buckle given by the Fair Store

-a leader who is seldom re the near future.Polio !, the Cheyenne, Wyoming Rodeo I l 'I Livestock Sanitary Board. Explorers who are high.school and Levi Strauss Co 2nd place,
warded, frequenly imposed upon, nine years. : Pearce and his sons J. 0. Jr age members of the Boy Scoutsof Normal Stokes, $180; 3rd Jimmy .
but universally respected eccodkg I Pete has ridden in all events and Forrest live in Okeechobee. America. Bishop, $135 and 4th Curly
to his deserts I I Victims staged at the various rodeos and Their ranch is one of the better Each council may be represented Pearce, $10575Boatman' .
In this hour of decision, the To was a noted cowboy before he td nw ones in the area. by an Explorer from each
Nation needs its Ben Franklins Reported 'entered the clown field, and he from the ,
district, plus one council
Just as much as it needs a Pat. Be Improving carries a nifty trailer for Snuffy, itself and an advisor Hurt

rick Henry besides other animals and iara 2 Sites UnderCollsider'atioll Last summer more than 15.000 I
-Bob Taylor Kathy Green Okeechobee's phernalla he uses in his act Explorers participated in twelve ; On Cruise To
first polio vicitm in nearly three jl'Id9 1
regional Explorer delegate conferences
The telephone company chopped years has returned home, conducted at university : Fort MyersFord
off our service Tuesday be The six! ,year old girl; was stricken FoyPrevillcBuy For Post Office"Site campuses, military installations
cause we didn't pay the bill. The with the disease a few weeks and state fairgrounds Two air I Collins received minor Injuries
Pure Oil
fact that we never received a ago and was taken to a Vies'aim a for Okeecliibee's new craft carriers in San Diego Calif. Saturday when his boat
bill made no difference; they Beach hospital Kathy was Service Station i u It postoffice has not definitely been harbor were used for one conference crashed into the bank on the Ca-
have rules. So we went to the of. placed in an isolation ward and decided on." Cecil Arnold, postmaster loosahatchee river near Olga He
the bill and they turn. treatment and therapy was start. I Ied. of the Okeechobee i iks member of of
lice paid Ownership said Tuesday in a talk The Gulf Stream Council was was a a party
ed it back on. It didn't make Pure Service has changed hands, Mtge"p 4, 'N before members of the Rotary represented at the Region 6 Ex. Okeechobee sportsmen on a
much difference to the phone Marty Green followed his cousinto according to a statement by Warren :w club "However," he added, "two plorer Conference held at Camp cruise from Okeechobee to Fort

company that we got pretty mad. the hospital a few days later, Preville, one of the new owners , ',,, j locations are under considerationand Rock Eagle, Georgia, by five Explorers Myers
But when we sat down and con also a vicitun of polio He was Preville and Tom Foy pul. '" a decision will be made and three advisors. Collins, who suffers from a
sdered it, they are right. They released a few weeks ago, and chased the interest of Freeman, I''w' ,v, b4'' '' \ soon." At each regional conference, heart alIment, blacked out and
have 56,000 subscribers and i U his mother, Mrs, Chalmers Green Inc.. and took over about Sept 1. \ .!' '. i Arnold said the postoffice: department one Explorer was elected to lost control of the boat which
they don't pay they shouldn't reports he is responding: to the Aaron Foy was named manager ',,' i '1// I) Iij'"i' :_' had considered nine serve on the National Steering was traveling at high speed, 'I
have service. Now, The Okeecho prescribed exercises. Marty is tote under the new ownership He ''aml; different sites for the location of Committee for the coming National recall approaching a long stretch
bee News doesn't have that many fitted with a leg brace this was manager of the statior for the new building but has now conference at Ann Arbor. o< straight! river," he told members -
subscribers (wish we did) andwe week. Relatives said Kathy will four years prior to ownership of narrowed it down to two He did of the party, "and the next

too, have !installed a policyof probably require a leg brace also. the business by Freeman. not name' the locations. School News thing I knew I was being loadedin
no pay, no paper A lot of Neither two-year-0ld Marty nor Foy announced that the stat Speaking on city mail deliveryfor an ambulance.
people have come to our office Kathy had received the polio tion will be open for business sew Okeechobee, the postmaster Mr Spooners eighth grade He was taken to a Fort Myers
in recent weeks and they were hots. Other children in both en days a week, from 6 a, m to said only two things were holding class has elected officers. Theyare hospital where it was found he
mad too. Their paper had beencut families were administered polio 10 p. m, "Our customers may be it up, the city's lack of street as follow: President, Lynn had sustained arm and shoulder
off But they paid and they shots immediately, as well as the assured of the same particular markers, and home owners' lack Gardner; vice president, Loretta injuries. A small bone was fractured
get the paper. Iti better that other children who live in the service they received under my of house numbers When this is Watford; secretary and treasurer in his left arm Collins was

way. We saw a sign one time that neighborhood, where the child. management before" Foy said, I II done, Arnold said, four or five Linda Kay Meares, and re returned home Sunday and is I
said: "If I give you credit and en's fathers are employed men will be added to the post. porter, Lana Turner. convalescing at bis home. i
you don't pay, I get mad. If you Health Department officials! PTA Asking For office staff on full time jobs.
ask for credit and I don't give said response to'the call to bring The new postoffice will have Beautification Of At
it, you get mad. Much better you polio immunization up-to-date had Carnival ArticlesMrs twice the floor space as the present I Campus II

be mad," been> very good, and expressedthe George Burrougs will act building Arnold said, and Boys School Is Now UnderwayWith
hope that families will con. will make for greater efficiency
as Chairman for the Halloween I IrI :I
in the posted!ice.
tinue to take advantage of the Carnival, sponsored by the P. T. He conducted a question and the arrival of over 100 burnum, eugenia, alamanda, bt.biscus .
Brighton ChurchToIIoldRoival departments service A.. and annual event and Mrs following his Cocos Plumosa Palms the grounds jasmine, cocoplum, .and
answer program
The National Polio Foundationis Charles Harvey will be co-chair. talk and explained to the Ro department, under the supervision malaleuca trees grown by the
assisting by providing trained man Mrs Marvin Arrants will tarlans of the of G. C. Floyd, has completedthe school nursery, have been plant.
' problems
therapists and necessary equipment again have charge of the parade. -- .... many operation.llrnisters transplanting of the palms on ed in mass grouping throughoutthe
Everyone Is invited to attend for care of polio patients, Anyone having donations in the Two famous ponies appearedIn son of Mr and Mrs Bobble each side of the main entrance to campus. These plants greatlyadd

the revival services at the Brighton .; way of food, money or prizes is this year's rodeo parade, Lamb, was decked out In rodeo the Florida School for Boys. The beauty to the campus and
Baptist Mission Church Sep RONALD J, F. ARTHUR asked to contact Mrs. Burroughsat one that was donated this year paraphernalia, and rode the palms are over five feet tall almost every bare spot has been
ember 10 through the 17th, it : Mr and Mrs Frank Arthur RO 2- 480, Mrs Harvey at RO by the Jaycees, the other lastyear' length of the parade, very and greatly add to the beautyof filled by some plant or tree.
was announced today Services : have announced the arrival of a 2-6450 or Mrs Patrick Gaughan, contribution was won by proud, very excited. To MeetThe the drive from the highwayup With !the coming of the rainy season
will begin at 8 o'clock each evening baby boy The boy was born president of the P. T. A., at RO Bob Lamb owner of the 441 Shown on the steed that was to the administration building these plants and trees are
and Rev, Jack Whldden of August 18, and weighed 5 lbs 25179. Barbecue.The donated this year was the son first meeting of the fall of The transplanting was done by getting a firm hold and should
Tampa will conduct the revival I S oz at birth The baby was Help is needed with the booths 1960 pony has been put of Mr. and Mrs Punky Fender, the Okeechobee Ministerial Alliance Phillip Smith and his crew, anda grow and blossom in the near
Homecoming will be Sunday, named Ronald James Francis at also, PTA. officials) laid and Into active service the past who rode the pony In' the pa- will be held Monday, Sept. .perfect job Is attested to by future
Sept. 17. A basket dinner le to baptismal services Sunday at the the committee has asked that year and has been mad. to rade. The pony was later 11, at the First Baptist church seeing all of the palms surviving Most of the wort of plantingthe
be served at 1 p m, followedby Sacred Heart Catholic church He anyone who is willing to help to work for his. keep A small warded to Wand. Chandler The time is 9:30: a. m. All of the shrubs and trees was under
a sing, and worship service Is welcomed by a sister, Carmel contact one of the committee buggy has been mad. and the at the rodeo grounds, but the ministers of Okeechobee are invited Additional vanities of plants the direction of Ingraltun LofUn

M J:30. >iaoM. : members, Lamb's grandson Steve Lamb wet not present to receive her to attend. including vltlx lugusfruro, vi and his crew,



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Pig 2 Okeechobee News, Friday, Sept 8, 1961 Spider excavation was 18 stories Chevrolet. The Chevrolet will
capable of housing an At. go on .ale here Sept 29. New :

The Okeechobee NewsEntered Science To entirely below ground Oldsmoblles will be here Sept, ; I
nothing visible from above 22 and the 1962 line of Willys
Deadly tiny hair-line trap door Jeep already! has arrived and 1j.
as Second Class Matter July 1, 1911, at the Post Office In :
was 180 feet deep and 65 is on display at Gilberts.
Okeechobee. Florida. Under Act ol March B, 1879 By RUSSELL I j.

Subscription Price tin advance) per year 13.00 When I was a wide mlssle housing with ample the: 260,000 shafts VISIT IN GEORGIA I
Two Years $5 00. Six Months ti.DO. Shorter periods not accepted. California, with no .
space for working around Mrs. Ted Spann and son Donald
vision, and few toys 'j
LAMONTE. MOORE, Publisher I and Karen Albritton, with Mr HE KNOWS
EMMALENE B MUUKE Advertising Manager pretty much on structure Is silo type and and Mrs. T. E. Matthews of "
It came to
PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY AT OKEECHOBEE FLORIDA tertainment of withstanding atomic Cocoa Beach and June Albrittonof ,
without serious damage Fort Pierce spent the Labor
. We found'that tI
a wily trap door spider the Day week end with their broth. ,I :

CANCER AND YOU was variety always of ready Intercontinental mlssle er and sIster-Jn-law, Mr. and t'i
quietly in her man made Mrs A Dale Albritton in Macon, I
those who went In
awaiting the signal when Georgia. While there they were
FOURTH OF DEATHS something new and of a button will send visited by' their aunt and cousins, j jHE'S

the field of into apace in search Mrs. L. 0. Patterson and children WHAT I
sure. prey. of Cordele, Ga.
She dldnt hold
as I studied the
DOCTORS COULD CUT hind her back and
if the man responsible
which, then hand
construction of his un
toy auto or a Mickey 8ith4.5.5 I
II II mlssle pad, had ever e ,

By VICTOR COHNCowlei Pa All 11 were detected by the ny Her book.gifts had to with trap door spiders KIM HOLT I

Newspaper. Medical Writer patients themselves. but they were much they were kids. They must Mr. and Mrs. Burl Finnley Holt
Eight of them had had a med. eating and for the operation was almost announce the birth of a son, Kim,
(Part 7 of a Serlti) ical breast examination three to .
delightful cocoons born August! 22, 1961, and weigh TALKING
Here Is an unsettling fact. six months earlier, with a clean rails, put darting ing nine poundsCHARLESIVEY.
bill of health. If they had not RACKS STOLEN ROWELL
Of every four men, women and pollywogs in ponds
children who die of cancer today examined themselves again, their provided snails and night thieves made a Mr and Mrs Herman Roger
one could have been saved breast cancers would not have and snakes and a on the newsracks belonging Rowell are the parents of a son,
by today's detection and treat. been caught early treasurers dear to West Palm Beach Post- Charles Ivy born Aug. 25 at the
ment methods For cancer of the cervix, there : most youngsters. : at Eddies Market, the local hospital. The boy weighed
has been what authorities call office and the A & P Store. 10 pounds 5"4 ounces at birth.
Dr E. Vincent Askey, presidentof One game I
"a tremendous breakthrough"This I to Gordon Bass, dis BABY GIRL PITTS
the American Medical with a trap door
asso is the development of the for the paper In this Mr, and Mrs Marshall Pitts,
elation, said recently, addressing Papanlcolou smear test were members of racks and all were stolen, Jr. announce thee birth of a ABOUTPeople
doctors family but not
American : In Minneapolis, every working!: would there was no way to ac daughter, which has not been i
"This, to me. Is frightening!: It day, a pathologist disease doc construct for the loss at this time. named. The Infant weighed 'Ilbs. ..
that somewhere nests, about as big undeltl'ound.'I'M
means we are
tor bends over a microscope 12'i I 02. and was born Sept 5.
failing In some way we are per. "See the.e strange.looking cells," your thumb and ATTEND SHOWING BABY McGEE
with cotton-like
milting unnecessary deaths. he will say. "These are cancer Cu'brelh: Kenny Ford, Mr, and Mrs. Richard McGeeare
Here Is another unsettling fact. cells" they would construct Lawson, Gil Culbreth, parents of a son born Sept. 6,
Eight or nine out of 10 of us They are cells obtained In this ver or lid with a Lawson and Wally Har 1961, at the local hospital. The

Ignore cancer's most highly pub. painless, one.minute $10.or-so of adobe soil and web to go to Miami Friday young man, who has not yet been yr
licized danger signals Instead of lice test, which picks up stray open and shut but showing of the new 1962 named, weighed 5 Ibs. Sue or.DOMT .
seeing a doctor. visible to the
cells from any developing cancerat
For example: Only 19 per centof You had to know
the cervix.
cancer-prone ,
men and 27 per cent of women coking for and WAIT
until JtV TOO LATE
"One year ago!: says a find .
see a doctor about so obvious a ere to the tiny .
doctor, "I did a Papanl-
complaint as blood In the urine moon hairline that
colou, smear on my wife, as a
). Inside the spider sat
(according to one survey Only
routine part of her regular ex
84 per cent of women go to the immatlon. She was 34, and she In her silk lined The time to Insure
doctor about a breast lump or for some
had no symptoms. She had a
thickening Only 30 per cent tee to scurry across the egainst fire Is
cancer, which could be operated
a doctor about unusual vaginal i When this y .
on would open with : before it happens /,
bleeding : :
Still, says Dr. John W Berg F
These facts point to another assistant editor of the journal and the spider 4 ' If and when fire strikes
rocket from .
fact a f
Cancer, "far too many physi I
home it will be too
leaping a foot or your ,
Cancer detection Is one of clans" cannot be persuaded to
most widely neglected!: areas of make this test routine I air its beady eyes '1, ;; late to check your Insurance

personal health for men and Some limit It to "certain"! pa. of prey which it to see if it's adequate :
women. tlents This is "medical roulette," in one pounce. j
to cover your loss.
All this Is true despite the fact charges!: Dr. Curtis Lund of the Just as the r %
that early cancer detection is a University of Rochester 1960 oyment out of l The only way to protect :: ,i iS

proved life-saver chairman of the American Med- an artificial lure, Is your Insurance yourself financially is to S I1vti 1
cal association section on obstetrics that we could in lint
For example: Digestive tract coverage 1i
door spider by get the right coverage
cancers (stomach, Intestines, liver and gynecology small twig across with today's valueof i
pancreas I account for a thirdof your property?
Our big thrill came ,
all cancer. The five year sur
blast off and
vival rate for patients whose digestive Food And Water finding a I
sulkig back in her
cancers are found earlyat Leonard BergerINSURANCE
All of this
the University of Minnesota Supply Urged \
brought about by
cancer detection center Is two to AGENCY ;
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about providing food Company, showing County Bank Building : oS
And those cancers found at the and water for survival at homeof lion designed for Phone RO 2.7441 \
before the
university patient even
in a family fallout shelter ICBM tnissle from
had a symptom result In twice as following nuclear attack are con
many cures as those which already
tamed in a new publication released -
were causing outward l by the U. S. Department t I .'
signs or pains of Agriculture. 1 r.
WHAT ABOUT WOMEN 'Family Food Stockpile for
Alert women, with alert doc : Survival," recommends a two-

tors, can benefit most from to week emergency supply of food
day's cancer detection knowledge!: I and water. It urges families to DOOR IMPALA HARDTOP. POWER GLIDE, /Inh,4 krv y
This Is because there are early store and maintain a special RADIO TIRES
detection methods available for emergency food stockpile or to
two of women's most common build up regular food stores so
cancers: breast cancer and can that there is always a two-week BIG DISCOUNT!

cer of the cervix (the neck or supply on hand.Emergency .
narrow opening of the womb), foods should be Incans

The American Cancer Societyis Jars or tightly sealed paper
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breast examination by that will supply Just enough food
women at least every two months. for one meal. Foods should be selected
Eleven early breast cancers that will last for months I
'were uncovered In a recent can without refrigeration and that
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,( OkMdiobM Newt, Friday, Sp. 8, 1961 Peg t I I

Frog Smith Writes Of Old '
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BONELESS ROUND School Days And CapersBy

FROG SMITH Called a KfaoolixwsA, U( Brock
Well, here we go again to lee I stool at that time was la reality
who will win the annual battle, a Church named Shiloh. And in
LB. C the kids or the teachers. School 1918 it had all UM appearances of
days art here again and within having been in that famous bat.
ff,, a couple of weeks the battle of tie. Not a pane remained in the
the classrooms will be on in glass windows, which prompted]
earnest with both sides doing the me to tell one teacher that It
swinging. was the only painless school
There used! to be an old saying house I ever knew. The door was

.' "Super Right" Wtsttrn Boneless Top Round or about "having too many irons in never locked, so that a weary
,_....., ", ,_ the fire at one lime". That could coon hunter or tramp might
be one thing wrong with the come in to rest at any time. Such
.. school system of today. Thereare might be objectionable today, but
STEAK more different studies thana at that time Bob Whlttington
WEStERN 8ge mere human teacher can keepIn who lived half a mile south
GENU\NE\ LB. mind And nobody with a owned a herd of billy goats that
RIGHT\ super-mind would care to be a now and then wandered Into Shiloh
"SUPER mere teacher. Church If you have ever
AL Back in the old days three smelled a plncy-woods
S main studies made up the school you can understand why there
LAMB Boiled Ham LB 89c course, reading writing and was no objection to tramps and
Not so many but that coon hunters.
the teacher could keep them in With Andrews' big
3 t. S Lb. Right Lean Freshly mind, while the kids swung like nearby and Walter Brock's cane
AVERAGE BEEF 3 LBS. $1.39 a pendulum between his book field across the road, Old Shiloh
and the hickory pointer above was a wonderful
place. With
, SHOULDER HALF 39tSuper John's Quick Frown 10 ... pkg. the blackboard.In bevy of pretty girls to create a
; OR those days the student re temptation to steal both cane and
WHOLE DINNERS 49c ceived his essential education in pecans for our good-natured
free schools or the older paid-for teachers seldom lectured us on
: t teachings. And If the kid could the sins of thievery.It .
: ROAST LB. ALL FLAVORS HICDRINKS stand it and a parent thought he was at Shiloh that we some
1\\ would ever be worth h, for a lit times had to fall back on rather
; \ I tie extra money his sheepskin childish games for amusement.
: could be garnished with a few One day the whole school was
; SH OR T CU7 extra studies. What was wrong engaged in the old-time bay
I HALF t with that system so far as the game of "Hail Over" in which a
taxpayer is concerned? Why ball Is thrown over the house and
lAMB 65 waste time and money to teach if caught, the
\ WHOLE 46 oz.CANS players change
I i' 3 89 music or dancing to some boy sides tagging all from the other
who will always be a ditch dig. side that they can catch. That
LB. ,. ger or a fanner. On his kind of day the game was dull and Buell
job he would rather whistle a Brock decided to liven it up a
' LCGS "' --- tune Beethoven never heard of or little. Instead of the ball he
i ; ?fl B. 69 C > ANN PAGE BOSTON STYLE OR PORK AND show the dance teacher up at a threw a very round and very dry
CHOPS country square dance Or why cow chip over the house. Teacher
.. 98 c spend the hard working parents' Cook happened to be playingon
; I S scanty cash to teach a girl to the other side
TRIMMEO and he caught
. JI LOiN CHOP BEANS cook fancy dishes As soon as the cow chip. But he didn'tcatch
1 her hard-won culinary art lands
: \ \ Buell.
. jl Sa\e\ a husband, it is ten to one bet
lamb she will have to learn lo cook ISOLATEDPoint
a I.' '\ food like beans and ba
; freezer common Reyes,
only 30 miles
I WHOLE \\0 con all over again. north of crowded San Francisco,
OR wroppd Sometimes I wonder If the old
HALf remains Isolated
AYG' Cut and 4 1 Ib. as and unspoiled
LB. school where I finished last
so my
TO it
40 Your Freezer as was in 1579 when Francis
J Far Charge CANS grade, namely the eighth, is still Drake beached the Golden
+ Free the same The teacher was a Hynde there The rolling hills,
few days younger than myself majestic cliffs, and snowy beach-
% A1\AB LB. and a couple other students in t* provide refuge for a profusion
!JIQ the room, but tie had more sense. of wildflowers and animals.
His name was Franklin Cook and

the community had high hopesfor Alvie Johnson of Fort Pierce
FIRM RED RIPE CALIFORNIA BARTLETT him, but I never learned If spent Sunday visiting with Mr.
Frank ever got into politics, or
1 and Mrs John Stanley and family
went back to the farm and the in
Okeechobee Park.
other kind. He was bright but
1 I bashful when the girls were
JANE PARKER BLACKBERRYPIES i around and we had plenty oi NOTICE
PEARS them in that old school
TOMATOES I one-room that I, J. C McPherson, Sheriff
house. His cheeks would brightenIf I
of Okeechobee County Florida,
we hinted he was in love bul t
will accept sealed bids to be op.
when the old wood-burning stovepipe I
ened at 10:00 o'clock A. M. Fri-
r fell down showering everybody '
day Sept 11, 3061 for the annual -
Jo the room with toot, tht I
2 2'C''e teacher blushed darkly for a trol car or M-annuaJ for use in!.law_ ot enforce-* p*',

'1 LBS. change. ment.
I 2 LBS.29c That old school house was located
INCH Only those describing and of.
OR CARTONS some four miles south of
I 4'i Chipley on a clay road known as fering what Is known to the trade
;1 EACH the Vernon highway Being on as a "police special" with all the

: OO- I[ -.::: the dividing line between the upper necessary components essentialto
II, %............. ,- t .... and lower sections of the a car used in law enforcement
county, we had semi-town and as produced by the manufacturer
SWEET JUICY semi-backwoods kids of all kindsin will be considered
stock, with it bein toss-up Delivery must be made as soon
) 2 2959c which were the worst. AH of us as possible after award of leaseat
LESS GRAIE LBS figured to get the most fun out of bid opening and In no event
the deal. I know because I wentto shall be later than October 1,
school from both directions.If 1961.
a city kid thinks a country J C McPherson
school is dull, he should have Sheriff
been there the day Rob Miner Okeechobee County, Fla.
HONEYIEW'S) and Wib Malloy got out of hand. Publish 9-1. 8, 1961x114'
LARGE EA. Rob and Wib were desk mates

19 OZ. and Teacher Olive Williams' despair
29 One day a big hog kept
EACH C A&P FROZEN CONCENTRATEDORANGE Ctn. of B B oz cans rooting about the school yard to
99 claim the pupils attention, and
JUICE Miss Williams expressed a wish
that the hog be shooed away.
CLEANER Rob :Miner had the answer for B eBitn
I ANN PAGE A&P WILD that. lie rode a mule to school Jesus came and stood fa
\ Cheddar Cheese Ib. 35c Clean each day and while Wib rigged the nidst, and saith unto
h Mr. them, Peace be unto yea
a snare of hay wire beneath their
? ffi I ELLRt'CK Ib. phg. 28 Oz. Bottle window, Rob fetched an ear of --(John 20:13:20).
.pE\ t PRESERVES I 69c corn to bait the trap Miss Williams We come to life at Easter
@ Corn I Meal 39c never guessed what was for the resurrection Spirit is
e \ 0 LrLr happening under her nose until in M. We love the account of
\ Blackberry-Pineappl.-P.aeh I NABS| co12 or. bex DETERGENT the wild squeals of the old sow the triumphant overcoming
......" of Jews Christ, because it is
\<\ the regular low price of Jam Ritz Crackers 27c drowned out classes. After the our story, too. Easter reassures
or crap
commotion subsided, the one-
Ivory Liquid M:"Man was not meant
AP INSTANT I MINUTE MAID FRO+,tEN-6 ox. cans I room school was so full of snick. to die Toe were not meant U
** ** 22 """.. ering convulsions that she had to
M. 97% CAFFEIN FREE 3 $ I I Lemonade S for 69c 65C turn the kids out.

14'/2 Oz. J ars.

!' Beer Ale 1.59 CLEANSER
Fall coffee pleasure 1 or I
I Comet
Fall night's ,sleep! A '

i' O;EECHOBEE, FLORIDA 214azcans29c


\I: IVORY Sunnybrookiarge' Eggs 51 C doz. giant Tide pkg.

SOAP 77 i Lb.
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Cheer Dp mrware CamaySoap k
With; .

;,1 17 oz. pkg. Soap giant( pkg. 23 oz. pkg. .
35 c 67 :, SSe
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.. 2 'BARS 21 C --'- "Ears and tails!Tails end ears! If you're
.I REG. .
DETERGENT 2 BARS 29 GENTLE'i iI DETERGENT such a darn good bullfighter, why

I' OxydolPKG 2 i Reg. Bars 39c don't you bring home a sirloin steak

'I 2 LARGE BARS 31 C 2 BARS BAm 39c Ivory Snow Dash for our cookouts?"

35c LG. 25 oz. BATIIBARS Honda Beef Council
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Contractors And Builders Messages I

Page 4 Okechob News, Friday, Sept. 8, 1961 a comparative newcomer to FlorIda every customer. . and the same w- Civil Defense cruise to Fort Myers last week Okecehobee sheriffs depart
is well known and old bunk ment, who furnished a boat and
a menace goes on with each customer ? /J end.The I
an aggravation to fishing and , and I presume that ,; I Classes Will I statement read: "The deputy to accompany the cruise
navigation. Many formerly navigable the tales are told and retold . "aellclal' Okeechobee Boat Club greatly It Is this brand of cooperation I
Start appreciates the cooperation of that makes for a better community
waterways are hopelessly like the fairy tales of old .
+l tfr r. I HOCK, LYIN1AND clogged with the prolific weed when and if they leave the shop fJGvelllJ The first In a sorbs of 'Sheriff J. C. McPherson and the ." I

and many good fishing spots are . and wend their way to Pie cl..... on civil Dtfonso will I I
now unfishable. They shift with grocery: . or the beauty shop be hold Monday night S.pt.m-
LURE the wind and more than one fisherman . . or Just over the garden --1---------- her 11 at the ann.x of the I
has discovered that to fence. VI'Mk of September llthAMEJ Methodist church. Bobby SOUTHLAND HOTEL BAR

\ get out of a spot he entered I UCAN LEGION Tuesday Lamb Is to b* class Instructor,

I II y freely, he must climb overboard BUT EITHER way , that 13 Ion Hall, 8:00: p. m., Vln and the sessions will begIn at
pull his boat and push the hyacinths has a of cen t Become! Post Commadne 7:30 p. m.Boat .
way convercouig with
out of the lie one !JAYC AND PACKAGE STORE
EMERSON E. MOORE way. They another . with all the rudenessof EES Tuesday, Southland
: in wait for hapless fishermen and H L each talking at . Club
ii' once the
__. 'k many big bass and favorite Last t1', president
- p palaver] that goes with it. . but
plugs have been lost because of RO-CHRY Tuesday, Lakeshore Thanks
Many who fish Lake Okeecho the Ingram Seed Store here for them. somehow it all comes out alright SheriffThe
RajLaurant 12:15: p. m., Joe Enjoy favorite beverage in
has fished all your
bee and the surrounding area many years and They pose a much greater IM 4)erg, president. Okeechobee Boat Club, hi
consistently will tell that those years, recently allowed FOR THE LIFE of me I don't
you problem, however, for future generations : LJ01\S Thursday, Southland a prepared statement thanked
spinning tackle is impractical in Renee Padgett (Padgett's Tackle understand it . but it makesfor
The ponds, lakes and H<..till, 7:30: p.m., Frank Havelypneaident. the Okeechobee sheriffs depart.
these waters. We were converted Shop) to talk him into buying a streams all have bottom heavily a very hard deal on the maleon ment for its thoughtfulness in furnishing air conditioned comfort, also our
ipin-casters when we came to -pin outfit. He tried it out for lined with rotted vegetation, the next desk . who is trying W01 toWs CLUB Thursday at a boat to accompany the
Okeechobee but after losing four the first time last week, and on mostly hyacinths This Increases to write something . and ; dub house, 12 noon. Bea
cr five plugs to big bass on our the first trip landed a 10'* Ib. each year, reducing the depth of listen to the "inside dope" on the Ai| rants, president. LEGAL NOTICE
10-pound( test lines at over a bass, biggest of his fishing career the water. Unless some methodof scandal among the better half' FIJI C ARTS CLUB Thursday, NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN.1 package store is here for your

buck a throw we re-converted to' -He's sold on his spinning out eradication is adopted, insteadof . . of someone. ft piscopal Parish, 3 p. m., Mrs. that the Board of County Commissioners
of Okeechobee
casting equipment. We found we fit. control, most of the water in H Sfcert Meserve, president. -
Florida will receive sealed
could turn a big bass much
south Florida will be non-navl- convenience.
easier when he headed for the Fishing was no t exceptionalover bids for the purchase of various
gable, non-fishable] and non-farm-
brush. the week end. It was, Intact 2nd Year German sizes of treated bridge plankingand
able]: just a swamp waste land. Jumcs Simmons
Now they are making a monofilament fairly poor. The lake was timbers for the fiscal year
line 20-pound test that rough except in the early morn Taught At la Shot beginning October 1, 1961 and
Isn't any bigger than the old Ings. Boat traffic on the river IR Top ending September 30, 1962.
8 pound but will pull a loaded was heavy due to the holiday College Said bids will\ be opened In the
I MOREABOUT I f|>eclalist Four James F. Sun
Commissioners' Room In the
banks continuously
boat upstream if you happen to and the were e
hjng your plug in a tree. We awash. A few bass, mostly small, A course in IeCcmd-year German W' ns, Jr., whose parents live on Courthouse In Okeechobee, FlorIda -
is being organized for the 1lite 1, Okeechobee, recenUy at 10 o'clock A, M., ,
now fish, part time, with a Zebco were caught and a few catfish Tuesday
jjjm outfit. and pan fiih. fall semester at Indian River achieved recognition as a top; September 26, 1961. Best of Cadillac ServiceFactory -
NOTHING Junior College, Dr. Warren Land, n.tny:/ marksman by qua1itylni JOHN F. PEARCE

B. E Ingram, who operated The water hyacinth, reportedly Dean of Instruction, has amxxnc 'or the expert marksmanship Chairman, Board of
By KREWKHUTT ed. The N dee during firing with
new course, which supplements range County Commissioners Trained Mechanic and
THEY ARE a strange lot . present beginning courses tb e 46 caliber pistol. Okeechobee County, Florida
these society reporters and the In German, will cany fob college \' Specialist Simmons a gunnerIt Attest:
credit but is also to i Company C of the 4th Diviri.m's HAYNES E. WILLIAMS
. .
who call Parts
women or bring Original Equipment
persons interested in auditing the 37th Armor in Crailsheim, Clerk, Board of
. .
ELECTRICAND their articles in they carryon
CENTRAL course. Speaking understanding Coronary! entered the army In County Commissioners
a conversation on two telephones reading and writing German win I tobruary 9 I960 and completed Okeechobee County, Florida
. .
and talk about *
everything basic combat training at Fort
be emphasized.The l Publish September 8, IS, 1961
under the sun . that is
.Jbckson, S. C.
GAS COMPANYNOW addition of the new! course r The Okeechobee News
except the articles that they have
will complete the college's two- I
STOCKS for this week's publication. year program in German Pete Wessel of Fort Pierce, 'CONNIE AND BONNIE JONES Reed-Haughton Motors

A first-year course in Russian Spent Saturday evening: visiting Twin daughters were born toMr
THEY DESCRIBE in detail. . has already been organized andis vrith Miss Patricia Stanley and end Mrs. S. T. Jones, Jr., of
A COMPLETE LINE OF every little move . of every I being offered on Monday ev- ]ter parents, Mr, and Mrs John Brighton August 25 at the Louisi-
little thing . both of them at Stanley and children.UNDERGOES ana Raulerson hospital The largest CADILLAC-PONTIAC DEALERS

once that it. . about the neigh I Anyone desiring further information baby weighed 5 Ibs. 8 oz., and
bors . their cats . their on language named Bonnie Jean. Connie
courses was
ElectricalSupplies . . SURGERYBob 621 South 4th Street
dogs snakes their dress
should contact the college office I I Marie weighed S Ibs. 3 oz.
. and most everything else at 310 Preston Court, Fort Pierceor Hawk, son of Mr. and Mrs. HO 1.6060 Fort Pierce, Florida
concerning the city. phone HOward 1-8821 or HO Richard Hawk, underwent surgery Give Yew Horn StylsFASHION
1.8942.. in St. Mary'i hospital at
THEY OOH and aah . they West Palm Beach Tuesday, Aug.
laugh and they giggle they 29. He is reported doing well,
whisper real ]low at times . and and will be home in two weeks. ,
AND Swim '
JayCees : I Ii ND.A finK1N D AT I'A1 S 1143}44v4
then they cover it over with a big
rough loud voice about some lit. Some /
fifty Jaycees guest It
FixturesEVERYTHING tIe thing that has no bearing attended a swim party at flue t:

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IN THE : make the office force think Aug. 29 ..\ ilr "" hvovly. cad protoctfoiI '
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|Okee hob* News, Friday, Sept. 8, 1961 The Challenge Youth j* a tune when the individual some force to e&g him on, But Uabies and pled most of them too buey cf your doctor or tool be.Mi department

Is eager for new Ideas nothing happens unless we ourselves forgetful to get their poUo shots, now, Dnt take a
Of Youth It has been said that a man't age cause it to happen It breadwinnersContract I There Is chance take your polio shoU
no reason for polio to
can be measured by the degree Is not enough to put a blank page
BY DONALD MACK of pain he feels when he comes of Intention into our machines Polio strike your home Polio shots

\ouUi likes to look upon life as In contact with a new Idea Intention must be followed by I work Polio shots are easy to get GOSPEL CROUP TO SINS

a challenge He thinks In terms Youth loves the excitement of action and performance Only Can babies' get polio Check Don And't heres hold out a word because of caution' ACROSS FROM AlP IN PARK
of adventure and struggle Only the challenge but often he falls In this way will the blank page ast summer: t newspapers and you ve
a challenge provides sufficient to follow through and make the be filled )oull fand the tragic answer, heard about a new vaccine' that'aon The singing group from (he Assembly
Its It t be hi
way won doctor
excitement most of what he could do with Youth has blank Last summer polio struck hard
to hold his Interest many pages hands In of God church: will holds
and attention the powers he possesses Many to be filled Each blank page Is at those who hadnt had their i adequate amounts
this And this could gospel ling la the park across
I This Is the way It should be young people approach the problems a challenge and it is the challenge polio shots Over .two-thirds of year year
spelt disaster Cor babies from the A&P Store
he victims your Saturday
because the word challenge of life In the same way a of life It will not all be were clldien who
means to call upon to give an I person who gets set to write a fun and excitement and enlhuslasm ladnt had their polio shots. and breadwinners night Last Saturday Uiey appeared -
account of ones self Life challenges letter puts a blank page of paper It will be slow, monotonous Over two thirds of the victims Ask your doctor or local health at Eddies Market and a
means young people and, into the typewriter We start work that often causes discouragetnent were children under 10, and half department about the timetable goodly crowd was in attendance
calls upon them to give an account something with enthusiasm and and dismay, but of these were babies five years for four shots-start now and Anyone wishing to Join this
of themselves good Intentions Putting the paper the person who rise above U old or younger What more, last keep to the schedule Face next group la asked to be at this location
Youth has always faced the In the typewriter it getting over .....111 really meet the challenge of summer, young parents, especially summers polio epidemic with at 6 clock and Join in
challenge of life but never before I the first hurdle, but too often life In the way tie would like fathers, were severely crip the protection of polio shots. Call the singing and prayer

in history have young people we never get any further because i Meeting the challenge of life I .... I
THE had such opportunities as we fail to concentrate on means the fulfillment of all one's
WINNING LITTLE League team from Goolsby they have today to meet such our purpose nope and expectations i'-' COOL EVEN LARGEST ROOM AREAS
Dairy, donned their uniforms once more to
appear NOW
challenge Youth today has great Many people who seek to write .
!, In the parade on Monday. They received many er freedom exercises greater a letter or other material will BIG MONEY \:.... QUIETLY, AUTOMATICALLY

cheers as they again appeared before the public. power speaks more frankly and insert a piece of paper In the State Budget Director Harry ....: .-.........._--...
has more opportunities for both tpewritr' or get prepared to Smith has estimated the income ...... ... ....
GOOD and EVIL than it has ever write, and then tit back, waiting for Florida In 1J6163 will total ::::.... ...
had for something to happen or $771365000. I NEW ------........
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Patterns, American Forest Prod /1
ucts Industries Pure Oil Company '

.';. ,Board Conrad of Hilton Trade Hotel and Cities Chicago AIR COMMANDX'

tr Service Oil Company. ROOM AIR CONDITIONERS \

) 'I'I'1 Busmen Gives Reaioot
.. Why do these firms allocate Greatest quafety value in home coofcng today :

.. 0> ;; J large lepoit sums reveals for 4-1P the following A look at reasons the .........-......-....-----... r-l -- .,
.t.:' ...r!:;.,.. given by business officials: ModeMOOAJft
; it We support 411 because, The finest room air conditioner """"'m-
1 Ilk. most forward.looking businesses == for bigger capacity better performance and
f .'''' = = =
B , ,. rI ,0 t we have found that 'IIIIIS II ii quieter operation-yet it cost only pennies
....t f ,, t; Club through members cooperation and leaders with 4K a .5 I==5 to run.

WHOLE FAMILIES mounted on all size horses appeared .1 better understanding is developed : Automatic cfimate cofltKft-jmt lilt and
41 } between Industry and agriculture 1111151515 i! forget it Regardless of the changes 'In outside
j in the parade as can be seen from this photo This cannot
.E I. .1 help but temperature and humidity the Amaru
Mr. ;and; ; --r.Tr-: in-Collins and : ". better strengthen America and"build an ever Air Command maintains constant mom torn-

Reunion Held AtWayside Mrs Geitrude Collins, all of Ok : 'The 4-H program emphasizes fort as you selected it M advance.
ParkA I'I'f eechobeeOut Individual initiative productive ................-..-.....-.....-.....-.. .
f of town persons ho attended enterpiise and character development :
Ask us bout ttisse
two family teunion was held were Mr and Mrs Eugene . If our contribution

Sot \Vavside Park in Okeechobce I. Wilfoanks andynett, Mr and .,.,. ., H."..., f.H S.'.,'. C.mIH.., C 'co" helps become young more people useful grow up to Famous Amtna Quality Fcttmn :
Sunday, Sept, 3. Those attending Mrs Hlllaid Hendrix, Mr and feel citizens we before you buy any room ,ir conditioner : rrmllnll'
. it Is a sound investment"
A pnvitrly supported aid to youth ,
''II ere: Mrs Cecil Wilks and sons Lamar unique group traditionally
Tehrmon headed by the President of the United Stain, ha just published a The record of continuous sup O\Ier.Siz.Cooling Coils : BACKED BY
and and
Mr and Mrs Russell Collins I daughter report covering 39 years of service to the 4.II Clubs of America port given by industry is in itself Full Rated Compressor '
and Doc and Dana; Mrs Beatrice I I Mr and Mrs A. L Ford and The ISation.il 4.H Service Committee headquartered in Chicago: sustaining evidence of the "Quiet; Eng fleered" : A CENTURY OlD TRAOTTOJI
Collins, Vernon, Wayne David son, Drew, Vengie Harris and av.isti the Cooperative FxfenMon Service of the USDV in maintaining effectiveness of 4-H Club work In Washable, Permanent.Type Filter : Of FINE CRAFTSMANSHrP
end Charles: Mr and Mrs A. RI i Mrs Ethel Wilkes, all of Bar and improving 4.II projects la all 50 Hates and Puerto Rico. train ng youth for the responsible Quick Easy "Automatic Mount' Installation :
toand: Mr and Mn. Ellis leadership in the future," . ..
{are Mr and Mrs L H. Raul Four-Way Rust Proofing
: Wilkes of Orlando"Chobee One of the committee functions Ten firms have given continuous says the Committees director t---
erson and daughters, Lisa and ] Is to secure funds for support for 25 years or Norman C Mindrum ... ...
Nadine Mr and Mrs Dave .. ; .
: awards and leader training more They are: the Cudahy 237 Scholarship. .
Frase and sons, Scott and Mark; I Today about 60 Industries and Packing Company Montgomery
Elmer Chance: Mr and Mrs Rich I Leads private groups contribute to Ward Sears.Roebuck Foundation In I960, he reports, 230( top-
ard Chance and son. Davie: and specific:i 4II programs Another Kerr Glass Westinghousa ranking club members received
Area In :Milk
dozen or to provide funds for Educational Foundation and scholarships ranging from $400to
special events a committee Livestock Conservation, Inc $1600 each, Seven former ILBERT'STELEPHONE
Flow For August spokesman said Commitments Railroad companies are the 4Hers working in Extension
lot 1961 total more than a Burlington Chicago North were granted $3000 fellowships
WATERFRONTHOME A report by Howard Eisenman, I million dollars Western Santa Fe and Illinois for advanced study In addition, ROdeo 24231 OKEECHOBEE, FLORIDA
administrator for the southeast Three companies, which gave Central some $140.000 was used in trainIng -
FOR RENT Florida milk marketing area, financial and moral support to More long.time backers of 4-H more than 10,500 volunteer
shows Okeechobee county to be the fledging HI Clubs four youth are: Coats & Clark Inc_, club leaders
the highest milk producing county decades ago, still earmark funds Mrs Charles R. Walgreen Fire There are now 23 million
4 Bedrooms, Living Rm, in the state, Cliff Boyles, to further this learn-by.doing stone, AllisChalmei, American girls and boys between the ages
\ program nationally, They are Oil Foundation, Standard Oil of 10 and 21 in 4II About half
Florida Room, Kitchen, county agent, said today Armour, Wilson and International Foundation Standard Oil (Ky), live la non-rural communities
The southeast area produced a Harvester, according to Standard Oil (Ohio),.Sunbeam
total of 40.000,000 pounds of but the Committee. Corporation, General Motors
Room Den
t Dining Tile (erfat during August and Okee
' chobee county dairies produced
Bath All electric kitchen IS,000,000 pounds of that amount. "
The report also showed that the TAKE THE FAMILY
built-m appliances
;, county produced about ten per
cent of the stale total milk output
Furnished or unfurnished during the month

ed Large utility or guest Okeechobee county and 28 in

the immediate area There are TRIPS TO THE SIERRA RESTAURANT . WHERE
, house prospects that four or five more
dairies will locate here in the i THE.FOOD IS PREPARED TO PERFECTION, THE

near future I Good food for
CALL RO 2.7301 every mood! SERVICE IS DEFT AND COUR.

I Balanced Judgement is the difference .
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God's V/ord Is Man's Hope




Fifth and Hicpochee Streets

Sunday School 10.00 AM : more fun with another one

Morning Worship 11 :00 A.1\I. LOU AND OPAL
Training Union 7.00 P.M A bumper crop of new television programs The new TV model are really eicftmf,
F>eninj? Worship 8 00 P.M Ph 6.1461 Downtown Okeechobee i* being readied for the season Non'glare screens remote tuning control
Wednesday E\enmj!; Prajer 8:00 P.M. ahead a ft hole world of entertainment showpiece styling Slim and trill
at your fingertip. portables, alues greater than ever before
Now the time to treat your family'at its ultimate . the showmanship of
I to a second TV let, Another set solves full color so vivid .so true to bfe.
I the, problem of what to turn on when
favorite programs conflict Let the kids And to add to your enjoyment, have a

i watch theirs . while enjoy RADIO in every room, handy where
you youn
Individual tastes are satisfied , no and when you want it..and a STEREO
NO' I ( 'E body let down . and everybody HI.FI record player to bring concert:
hall realism into your home
happy Once you get another television .
!net, you'11 wonder how you ever did You Live Better Electrically when you
without it. have all three Radio Stereo HI.Fi,
Only the following firms and individuals are and TV See your dealer today.
members of the Okeechobee Contractors Association
They assure the public of their FLORIDA ,POWER fc LIGHT COMPANY
intent to uphold the building code of the City ",,,,., ". '10.'"
and County of Okeechobee, and to protect the
public's interest at all times

Anderson R. E. Holley
Bag & Burlap Co

lla>'es Electric Co.

Bob Sandifur I DANCING
Roofing Co Kerby Electric Co

James T. Kinchen
Big Lake Home Builders SHIRLEY BRONSON OF

Carey \\ Baggett Clarence lefter BRONSON DANCE STUDIO

Electrical Co. Nix Roofing &


C. L. Conrad

Donald L. Crawford; % C. H. Shirlmgtlajton Unite MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 11 New and Used Furniture

Oscar L. Crabill Nlllii Electrical

\\. E. Crenih Oscar \\aldron

Co. WIlliams & Williams


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Chant of the Auctioneer echoes through the Okeechobee Livestock Market Sale Is Over-Workers leave the big barn onthe outskirts of Okeechobee after paperwork, coffee pot
Kelh' ILu, left prods buyers seated across pit from him to bid on cattle decks were cleaned up after weekly Tuesday afternoon sale. Trucks bringing cattle to market unload them
..tt'i in otinl)' groups, through pen between and below them. Scale and buyers trucks pick up their purchases at right. The barn has 90 acres of pasture and dozens of pens
right, tikt care of paper work on each sale. Documents go via conveyor stock before and after sale, including "complete service" pickup, sale, feeding, treatment and
ana behind them floor of the pit is scale platform, and weight of to final destination by the market. Such attention to needs of buyers and sellers has built 'Chobee
flashed ..m board above weigher's head. into one of Florida's beat

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greater remarkable I {
five-county Florida In the n'. y pl r .
cattle don not ap
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Clemons i
boy who for the dairy
market's never had t

lief "and
also flies of ap tall YX ri eel eelX
the two of advantage Po

from Judge II ..
GU Alone Little DORIC-And git along they do. keting vlollt.'i turnover in L s. + .. -_....

Buver'a truck ,* backed up to loading ramp and April 1953, about ten per Remember The Year It Rained?-Four cattlemen relax during a rare quiet
when gate is lifted, cows scamper into truck. Load present culled out 'time on sale afternoon, and kick the conversation around in a second.floor corner -
ing is one of fastest operations, with electric prod- of the market shed. The range country it overlooks has been dry this year,
ders to encourage the reluctant. The loot really In and threatening skies might well have been the subject of this attention-
cluding the beef business compelling conversation
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left, and a nationally famous rodeo cowboy about $1.5 key facility In s l , t d
champion, Pete Clemons, right, bought Judge Alto and It they serve are @ r N +I Iwt
Adams' interest in the market effective with the : have the best d .l uJ ;''I

weekly sale July 25. Clemons is mark manager, ranches, area, too.
The Big Payoff comes when Mrs Sylvia Bass presents the selling cattleman
and both men have ranching interests as well as with a check for his stock In this case, it's C, E. Freeman Jr, prominent
their professional work. Hazellwf is a regular Delta Okeechobee: businessman and rancher. Staff of five keeps the office humming
Airlines jet pilot. and checks ready as soon as the seller calls for them.

by dividing old plants be discarded, because the InsectIs
several Individual drowns! or very difficult to control Farm Bureau Wins
and potting them in sep Crown rot is the worst disease.
I containers It can turn the center of your
Voilets are rather sensitive to prized violet Into a decayed mass.

What Makes Violet Grow With Insufficient light, There Is no control once the disease Legislation Fight
make vigorous growth but hits Destroy the rest of the
diseased plant discard the soil
few or no flowers Grow
Illy HUGHIinLCIICL Its Sill That Counts excess water or too I r( plants In a bright window or and sterilize the pot before using A Farm Bureau campaign In Congress should surrender

S t Lurie County As! .'nt Light colored spots on the tilizer. 'i full sunlight during the winter, again. strong opposition to some features some of Its power;
African violets have become leaves are caused by cold wateron The amount of plant in the summer place the To halt leaf spot or nail head of the Kennedy admlnistratlon Undue Increases In power be
popular house plants in many the leaf. If you must surface pends on the size of the on a north windowsill or rust, try spraying the plants with : farm bill has been successful given to the Secretary of Agriculture
homes. Although they require water the plants use lukewarm The average size plant out of the sun's reach In IV* tablespoon of 50 per cent wet. and the Senate last week ; ,
specialized care in some ways water. Remember, plants rot off no more than a teaspoon ; I locations table captan per gallon of water. passed a farm bill stripped of Provided for production payments .
African violets can be used effectively at the soil surface because of i 666PK) fertilizer The best temperature for vlo most of the objectionable features ; andBrought
for color in the home. or four months J Is 60 to 62 degrees at night Burns rank second among con under Federal con-
Watering these plants properly TREES MAKE COMEBACK To keep the plant j I 70 to 75 In the daytime tributlng factors of fatal Florida Farm Bureau on a national trol livestock and various other -
requires more than just a dash BOSTON (AP-Forests) have blooming repot the Insects like the tender plants farm: accidents. Each year fires level fought the omnibus bill proposed commodities whose producers -
of water Violets like to sip their staged a comeback In densely. nu lly. For a repotting control mealybugs use an cause a huge financial loss on by Secretary of Agriculture! strongly oppose Federal
of alcohol and farms and farm: homes Women Orville Freeman and Florida and regimentation.
liquids slowly populated( Industrial Massachusetts I of Vt peat leaf mold or quantity '
Vi and Armed with small and children are most often the Indian River Area Farm Bureaus The bill
A wick extended from the bottom manure, sand V a paint senate covers a host
of the pot is a good way to By 1850, only about 30 percentof 1 garden loam. Add about Vi full of this( mixture, seek fatal victims of home fires. added their Individual weight to of Important Items, among which
offer the plant a drink. Placingthe superphosphate to each the mealybug and touch him the campaign
the state's S million acres One of Europe's oldest wildlife are the continuation of Public
pot in a dish of water Is also were still covered with forests. el of this soil mixture the brush-do not wet the preserves U on Farne Island off Worst Features Dropped Law 480 which provide for the
acceptable. Trees began their march back as There are two popular plant with the solution England Northumberland coast. Senator Spessard Holland In a use of our huge surplus stocks,
Violets like medium amounts of agriculture retreated with the of African violets Crown Rot Is Worst report just received from Washington
It was established hi 675 A. D the extension of the Wool Act
moisture. So, don let their roots opening of the West. The latest' known as Saintpaulias Mites cause a stunting of the : says the measure adoptedby
become too dry or don't let them survey shows trees cover 83 percent lonantha has reddish. plant, poor growth and few flow by St. Cuthbert, and Is still vigilantly the Senate excludes the administration and the Great Plains Coiuervi
become io;;> I I of the area of the state I hairy leaves and light Mite-Infested plants should I protected proposals that: tlon Act and others



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Okeechobee News, Friday, Sept. 8, 1961 Page 7
Boys Of National Order .T -helps Amendment Is

The Missing Man Conducts Wood Nuptials Read FLORIDA facts- Adopted In

"I 1 Ought for a mm among Drain SurveyJust Of Arrow In Indiana Sat., Oct 2 Last Version

them, that should make up the Mary F. Jordan, daughter of Congressman Paul G, Roger
htdgt, end stand In the how A VITAL MINERAL MINED. .
gap be- fast is our County Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Harrlnetpn amendment was adopted In the
for. ma for the land . butI using Rs available supply of of Canal Point, and WendoJ D. IN FLORIDA-PHOSPHATE- .I final version of the 1961 foreign

I found none" Enktl, 22:30It wood? This Is one of the questions Phelps, son of Mr. end Mrs. GOES BACK INTO FLORIDA'S aid bill. The bill, which passedthe

was the last game In the to be answered by survey !4u' James D. Phelps of Okeechobee SOIL AS A MAJOR IN6RE. 'I Senate and the House of
being! conducted by Florida Forest united In
wore marriage Saturday Representatives In
season for the little leaguers. Because slwu b"" ti"i PUNT FOOD USED TO yesterday the
of a number ot boys who Service Foresters. I September 2, at the Phelps ENRICH GROVES, FARMS, "roc s form of a conference report, Is
Florida Forest Service Forest home. Elder Albert HardJn. ;
performed now awaiting the President's
were away on vacation, the coach RANCHES, AND GARDENS Y" sig
era throughout the state are contacting the marriage natures
was having difficulty In
getting all wood Mr. end FLORIDA NOT ONLY RANKS
primary processing Dirk E Zipperer
nine boys lined up for the crucial The Rogers amendment would
plants such sawmills served as best and FIRST AMONG THE STATES
as man matron ,
game. He called, made cut down the "give away" features
tripsto fence companies and ladder manufacturers of honor. IN PRODUCTION OF MIXED w.....
many homes, and thought that FERTILIZERS BUT ALSO IS of the aid bill, with the
to determine Out of town
he had a minimum of nine players annual guests attendingthe NEAR THE TOP IN THEIR i purpose of eventually terminating
drain of forest wedding
products were Mr. and Mrs.
ready. Time for the game CONSUMPTION, ACCORDING t such features. The amend.
from the state's Jackie
shrinking forest and daughter of s
came. Only eight boys and the acres.A Homestead, Mrs. Barbara TO THE FLORIDA STATE .l 4 ment directs the President to
coach were there. Hurried calls CHAMBER OF COMMERCE conduct a country y-countl'1
recent survey shows the ton of Belle Glade, Mr. andd Mrs ;
were made In a last minute effort study of those nations now receiving
need for wood products by the Gilbert Harrington and Lola El-
to find gifts with
the missing man. Finally no obligation
end of the next will alta Jordan d Canal Point
forty years y Mrs.
the team that should have "i f tl to repay such monies. It further
be twice the present rate of con Oscie Upthegrove of Pahokee and
won the requires that specific plans for
pennant forced
was to
sumption. The Indicated needs Mrs. Jewel Hall of Biloxi, Miss.
forfeit-one man was mlising .. .. _. the reduction end termination of
cannot be met If the present > 1" - w- Attending from Okeechobeewere
The above Is an actual event. growth-cut rate ratio continues. Mr. and Mrs. James D. these programs be submitted to
By MRS BEN DIXON Paul Conover, 0 A advisor for Congress each year.
It is an event which Is happening This means Florida must make' Three local Boy Scouts, Order the Florida Area 6-E was among Phelps, Mr. and Mrs. Zipperer, A similar Rogers amendmentwas

Ve In the spiritual world dally. better use of the forest products of Arrow, members join a group about 15 men who received the Elder and Mrs. Albert Harden, adopted In the foreign aid
are actively er-jaged In the and at the same time take steps I from their Aal toh Mr. and rMs. Ed Westley and
-pa- Lodge to distinguished service award Wes bill of 1959, and was sponsoredIn
Same of life God Is the coach. to meet these future daughter, Miss Rose Horn. + 'w 1 w
Ve have needs attend the National Order of Arrow Kluesman, head of the Scout Mary i t4 i iI the Senate by Senator Mike
actively engaged In through stepped-up reforestation meeting held at the Univer- Camping, of America, received sag, Mrs. Nora Phelps, Mrs. Mansfield of Montana. This action
many games along the way. Now, programs and intensifying forest Etta Presley, Mrs. Anna L. Deet-
the time for the crucial ally; of Indiana at Blocmlngton, many awards on his retirement marked the first positive ex
the last of game- management. Ind, August 2124th. Those at- The Brotherhood Choir er, Mrs. LUlie Whidden, Mrs Pat pression of congressional Intent
game season- Landowners interested in Morgan and son, Mrs. Linda
the deciding God Is look. as- lendlniel'e- Chief Thompson, sang his favorite song "The Hap. that gift and grant assistance be
game. West and
slstace with Mrs.
reforestation, harvesting son Beaty C.
West Palm Beach In cut dow.
who was py Wandered". Elmer Goodman,
Irg for a man He sees men, a and Bird, Floyd Leitner
church, marketing, charge of the group, Ben Dixon, the founder of the Order of the Mackey In describing the amendment,
a community, nation,
a timber stand LighUey and Buddy Gilbert.
burning, Improve.
a world plunging towards destruction I Jr., Archie Lee, Jr., \\eis En. Arrow gave the closing challenge Congressman Rogers stated,

He seeks for one man ment other, forest timber site preparation land or finger: of Okeechobee; David and There was also a Brotherhood I "The adoption of this amendmentto
I any operation Roger Williams of Lake Worth Band which the 1959 froelgn aid bill
to In ; appeared at resulted -
stand the
gap, a man to should contact the District For Hospital News Sandra, and Mr, and Mrs. Marvin
make the hedge. One i Wayne Richards and Ray Waklof all meetings. The main meetingswere in a saving: of $111 million
up man
Rest Home News
ester, Florida Forest Service P. W alien and children visitedJanle I
reeded who could make the difference : West Palm Beach, also attended held in the University Aud. Patients released from the the following year. We need
between life and death I 0 Box 2067 Lakeland, Florida. the meeting Over 3,000 itorium and threatre and were Louisiana Raulerson hospital the Platt on Monday to impress those! In charge of

God searches, he calls he begs boys and advisors were in attendance very colorful. past week were Elizabeth Underhill Visiting, at Dunklin Rest Home Billy Elkins resident of the the foreign aid program that

and pleads, he offers the greatest Jobs : from all over the United The group visited Andrew Jack. and baby, James McNight, this week were C R. Ryals, who home, celebrated his 80th birthday Congress wants this gift and

reward to the one who will Paving I States. I son's home, The Hermitage, Earn Dorothy Thomas, Jessie Davis visited Melanie Higgenbotham on on Saturday. He receiveda grant program constantly studiedIn

only respond. Where Is that Are LetBids While at the National Convention mouth Cave, Cumberland Falls, and John Holt.Remaining Monday Mr. and Mrs. Bud Whid- beautiful cake and nice ( In order that it be progressively

man? they enjoyed the Indian Pageant , the cabin where Abraham Lincoln : for further treatment den visited the home Saturday. from his many friends reduced and terminated."

It may be you. To everyone were let Thursday on several in which the 0-Shot-Caw I II was marreid and other hisorlcal are Elvira Winkler Eva Earline Johns from Georgia vis- Donations at the home this

comes the call to be God's man. paving projects In the Okee- Lodge of Miami won first placein : : sites at Harrodsburg, Strlckel, Martha Ann PIUs and )Red her grandmother Mrs. Matt week were a cake by EstherWalker : Mr and Mrs J, R. Minehan,
In the conflict between right and chobee area, Macasphalt Corp Indian, Dancing, the Camp I Kentucky, the Smoky Mountains, baby girl and Jackie McGee and Pearce on Saturday Mr, and and limes by Mrs. Clay Sr. have returned home from a

wrong, between life and death, it was the successful bidder with a Craft Fair, Indian Lore exhibition -: atlinburg, Tenn. the Pageant baby boy.FUNERAL. Mrs. F E. Dasher end daughter ton White I vacation In North Carolina.

may be safer to hide, more comfortable low price of 188113. held at Field House on Cam. ; Unto These Hills In Cherokee N.

not to get Into the game The projects are: pus, numerous classes were held C. and other points of Interest SERVICES HELD

But God says, "I want you". He Resurface six miles of State on various subjects of Boy Scouts FOR INFANT DAUUGHTER
They camped at Chehaw
Road SPark
offers eternal life through his 710 from the St Lucie and A 0, and discussion groups '
Son, Jesus Christ, to the one who Canal near Indiantown, two and held in classrooms In Georgia, Cedars of Lebanon Funeral services were held

is willing to only say "yes" this o a half miles of U. S. 441 at Okee- Trading of patches, neckerchiefs State Park In Tennessee Tuesday afternoon at Haines City s
Mammoth Cave National Park
plea. Answer his call to en chobee, U. S. 98 from near Okee and neckerchief slides in for Jane Claire White, 10ionth

ter the game on his side, the chobee northwest to State Road were a favorite pastime. Miss Kentucky on the way to Indiana, old daughter of Mr and Mrs.

side which will win the game in 68 and parts of U. S. 441 between Shelley Fabray, teenage TV stare and General Butler State Park James H. White Rev. W C. g'e s 'eY
and Cumberland Falls State Park]
the Martin lin '
the final end. county starred In the Variety Show and Bledsoe conducted the service!
and a point eight miles north in Kentucky, two nights at Smoke
To the Christian he offers eter was crowned Miss 0, A. of 1961. at the First Methodist Church.
flat rewards in heaven to your west.Work mont Campground in Smoky | The infant died at a Lakeland
Mountain National Park and
is now underway on the
rsponse. You may mean the dif Hospital following a long illness
O'eno State Park near HighSprings
fcrence between success and de jobs. Three Surlvwlng are the parents,
Entering Florida, on their
feat Don't disappoint God. Don'l way ,three brothers, Jimmy, Tommy Y 1
dissappoint the world which ASC Elects Service Honored home While at the meeting they and Bobby; the grandparents,, 1
stayed in the University of Indiana
needs Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Hunt
you so badly. Stand in the of Ok
Results of an Agriculture Stabilization dormitories
gap. Make up the hedge. BGod's e With Barbecue eechobee and Rev. and Mrs. W, 1-
man, today. Now and Conservation Committee The Order of the Arrow is the C. White of Zephyr Hills and great

election were processed at Leland Waldron Honor Campers Organization !in grandmother, Mrs. Perry Lee
Irving Hart s-
the office of the County Agent', Boy Scouts of which tnembqrs
Ellis Cliff Boyles, Tuesday field honored and with Harley farewell Albritton were elected by their own troop Hunt.Interment was in the Haines
Draughon who received Elected were Howard Wise, a barbecuegiven JY./\\\\ IIji
his lIfa er'. Degree this sum chairman, Dave Coker, vice by Mr. and Mrs. Lewis City cemetery.

user from Appalachian State chairman; Arthur F. Raulerson, Waldron at their home Sunday,
Teachers August 27. Mr and Mrs Roger Jones and Mrs. Goldie White returned
College at Boone, N. C.,
regular member; Joe Wolff andClyde
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8 Okeechobee News, Friday, Sept 8, 1961 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF Publish Aug 23, Sept 1,8,13, 1961 NOTice County Commissioners County Commissioners LONGEST TUNNELThe

THE NINTH JUDICIAL CIR The Okeechobee News, UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW Okeechobee County, Florida Okeechobee County Florida world's longest automo
1. Motor oil or oils on which CUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND NOTICE Is hereby given that Attest Attest bile tunnel, soon to be completed

Legal Nol ico I bids are submitted shall meet FOR OKEECHOBEE COUNTY IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF the undersigned, pursuant to the HAYNES E, WlLLlAMMS: HAYNES E. WILLIAMS will connect France and Italy .

NOTICE UNDER Federal Specification M3L-L- IN CHANCERY. THE NINTH JUDICIAL CIR. "Fictitious Name Statute" House Clerk, Board of Clerk, Board of Passing under Mont Blanc,

FICTITIOUS NAME LAW 2104A, generally suitable for use CASE NO. IBM CUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND Kill 1175, Chapter 20953, Laws of County Commissioners County Commissioners the 72-mllo. long passage will

Notice Is hereby tivenn that' in internal combustion engines SUIT FOR DIVORCE FOR OKEECHOBEE COUNTY, Florida, 1941, and House Bill 1102 Okeechobee County, Florida Okeechobee County, Florida pierce a formidable barrier-the

the undersigned, pursuant to the operating under unfavorable or BOBBY LEE EUBANKS" TN CHANCERY.Case Chapter 26760, 1951, amending Publish September 8, 15, 1961 Publish September 8, 15, 1961. Alps.

"Fictitious\ Name Statute," House severe types of service condi Plaintiff No 1869 66309(3)( ), will register with the The Okeechobee News .

Bill 1175, Chapter 209J3. Laws of lions vs. SUIT TO QUIET TITLE Clerk of Circuit Court, In and for
Florida, 19421, and House Bill 2. The oil must be Supplement MARY LUCILLE EUBANKS" ELMER BASS OSCAR BASS, Okeechobee County, Florida, up. LEGAL NOTICE

1102, Chapter 26760, 1931, amending 1 single graded oil as 20W. 30W Defendant ARCHIE BASS, EDDIE BASS, on receipt of proof of the publication NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN FERGUSON PLUMBINGAND

86309 ((3)), will register with or 40W raher than the multi- NOTICE and RUBIE! BASS, of this note, the fictitious that the Board of County Com-
viscosity! as 5\V-20 TO: MARY LUCILLE EUBANKS wit missioners of Okeechobee
In types Plaintiffs name to- : County,
the Clerk of the Circuit Court, ELECTRIC
Flor All bids will be opened in the Defendant. vs OKEECHOBEE Florida, will receive sealed bids
and for Okeechobee County,
ida, receipt of proof of the office of the school superintend. Address Untaiown F, H, FEE, a.k-a FRANK H LIVESTOCK MARKET for the purchase of Gasoline In
publication upon of this note, the fictitious ent on Tuesday, September 5th, You are hereby notified that a FEE, et ai, under which we expect to engageIn 1000 Gallon Lots delivered to the BATHROOM SET COMPLETE
196)) at 10.00 am. suit for divorce has been instigated Defendants.NOTICE. business on the part of the N'i Okeechobee County Barn, for the

name, to-wit AND Further details can be obtained against you by your husband OF SUIT ot Section 17, Township 37 South, fiscal year beginning Vtetober I,
FLYING FLYING'G''G' RANCH at the Superintendent's office I Bobby Lee Eubanks, in IN THE NAME OF TIlE Range 35 East, lying North of the 1961 and ending September 30, $129.50
the Circuit Court of the Ninth Judicial
SALTER R WVTFORD STATE OF FLORIDA Seaboard Air Line Railroad right. 1962.
under which we expect to engage :
Chairman Circuit in and for Okee TO TIlE DEFENDANTS: of-way, and West of State Road Said bids will be opened Iso he
in business at
Florida. ATTEST: chobee You County, Florida. F II Fee, a-k.a Fnitf II, Fee, 700 ty
OMAR L. HUNT are hereby required to chobee County, Florida. Courthrnin t Okeechobee, Flor
and if married, his unknown
That the parties of MACHINE (LOST IN THE FIRE) WITH A
serve a copy your answer or
SuperintendentPublish residence and address That the parties interested In ida at 10 o'clock A M. Tuesday,
business enterprise are: ether pleadings Lester W. spouse MODERN ONE. PIPE CUT
8-25, 9-1, unknown said business enterprise are: September 26, 1961
E. C. GOOLSBY I. The Okeechobce News, Jennings, attorney for Plaintiff, ; QU1LLIEJ. HAZELLIEF JOHN F. PEARCE, PERFECTLY.
C M Horton and if married
Dated at Okeechobee, Okeechc- post office Box 608, Okeechobee, OSCAR CLEMONS
Chairman, Board of
Florilda this the Florida and file his unknown spouse, residenceand
bee, County the original in
Dated Okeechobee ,
COURT OF at County County Commissioners
23th day of July, 1961. IN THE CIRCUIT the office of the Clerk of the Cir address unknown; FERGUSON PLUMBINGAND
Florida, this the 5th of
JUDICIAL CIR day Sep. Okeechobee County, Florida
E. C. GOOLSBY THE NINTH cuit Court Okeechobee, Florida, R, E, Oliver, and if married,

Publish 7-28. 8+11.18 CUIT FOR OF OKEECHOBEE FLORIDA, IN COUN AND on or before the 18th day of September his unknown spouse, residence tember By: Quillie, 1961. J, Hazellief and Attest HAYNES: \VILLIAMS ELECTRICCALL
and address unknown
The Okeechobee NewsNOTICE 1961. Herein fail not or ;
Oscar Clemens
TY. IN CHANCERY. Decree Gee A Gale, ana if married, Clerk, Board of
CASE NO. 1847 Pro Confesso will be entered his unknown residenceand Pub September 8, 15, 22, 29, 1961 County Commissioners DAY OR NIGHT
SUIT FOR DIVORCE against you as provided by spouse The Okeechobee News Okeechobee County, Florida
UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW LOU HA\\KL\S law and the rules of this court.DONE address unknown; Publish September 8, 15, 1961 DAY PHONE . . . . ROdeo 6.1595
that AND ORDERED at George R, Lyman, and IX married
NOTICE hereby liven
tIe, undersigned, pursuant to the Plaintiffvs Ckeeohobee, Florida, this 16th his unknown spouse, residence LEGAL NOTICE The Okeechobee News NIGHT PHONE .. . . . ROdeo 2.1081
Statute", House day of August, 1961. and address unknown; .
"Fictitious Name ESAU BROWN HAUKCCS, AND TO All claiming that the Board of County Com LEGAL NOTICE 9th St. Northwest Corner of the Courthouse
20953, Laws of WILLIAMS : parties
Bill 1175, Chapter Okeechobee NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
Bill Clerk Circuit Court Interest by, through, under or missioners of County,
House Defendant.NOTICE
Florida will receive sealed bids that the Board of County ,
1102 Chapter 26760. 1951, amending (SEAL) against the above named De
To ESAU BROWN HAWKINS for the purchase of Fuel for missioners of Okeechobee County,
with By: HAZELlI.JJ..UtS fendants, or either of them
86509(331( ', will register
Defendant Dragline, Bulldozer and Tractorfor Florida, wil Ireceive sealed bids
In Deputy Clerk AND TO All parties having or
tht Clerk of the Circuit Court, :
Unknown for the purchase of RC-1S and
the fiscal
and for Okeechobee County, Florida Address Pub Au:, 18, 25, Sept 1, 8, 1961 claiming to have any right, title, year beginning October
notified that a I, 1961 and RC2 Cutback Asphalt for the
You are hereby ending September
The Okeechobee News Interest in and to the follow.
receipt of proof of the or
upon suit for divorce has been instigated 30 1962, fiscal year beginning October 1, llllaRII'Ib.! l
of this note the fiCtitious log described property, or any ,
publication against you by your wife, Said bids will be opened in the 1961 and ending September 30, "*
name, to-wit: part thereof, situate, lying and + +
Dollie Lou Hawkins, in the Circuit Commissioners' Room in the 1962.
OKEECHOBEESANITAT10N being in Okeechobee County,
Court of the Ninth Judicial THE NINTH JUDICIAL Courthouse in Okeechobee, Flor Said bids will be opened In theCommissioners' CENTRAL ELECTRIC \
SERVICE CIR. Florida, to-wit: jr
Circuit in and for Okeechobee ida at 10 o'clock A M. Tuesday, Room in the
undet which we expect to engage CUlT OF FLORIDA IN AND Lots 10, 11 and 12 of
County, Floridaou are hereby : FOR September: 26, 1961. Courthouse in Okeechobee, Flor a uB
business in Okeechobee county OKEECHOBEE COUNTY. Block 6, South Okeechobee
required to serve a copy of your IN JOHN F. PEARCE ida at 10 o'clock A.t, Tuesday. introduces
'That the parties Interested in I CHANCERY. according to plat n
answer or other pleadings on Chairman, Board of September 26, 1961.
said business enterprise are: Casce No, 1868HENEBJTTA thereof, recorded in Plat
W Jennings, attorney for Commissioners JOHN F. PEARCE
1 I., E. and Clifford Lester : WATSON, Book 3 :37 County
Mrs Griggs page public
Freeman. Plaintiff post office Box 608, Plalniff records of St. Lucie County Okeechobee County, Florida Chairman, Board of : THE FIRST TV ANTENNA 3
Okeechobee Florida, and file the Attest: County Commissioners
Dated at Okeechobee OKee- VII, Florida.
original in the office of the Clerkof HAYNES E. WILLIAMS Okeechobee County, Florida
chobee County Florida, this the CHARLES WATSON, Said lots ling in and
the Circuit Court, Okeechobee, Clerk, Board of Attest: EVER DESIGNED FOR IB
25th day of August, 1961. Florida, on or before the 18th Defendant comprising a part of Government County Commissioners HAYNES E WILLIAMS :
BY: Clifford Freeman SUIT FOR DIVORCE Lot 4, Section 21,
day ot September, 1961 Herein Okeechobee County, Florida Clerk, Board of
Pub Aug. 28, Sept, 1, 8, 15, 1961 NOTICETO Township 37 South, Range I uninterrupted gB
fail not or Decree Pro Confessowill Publish September 8, 15, 1961 County Commissioners ,
The Okeechobee News. be entered against you as : Charles Watson 35 East The Okeechobee News Okeechobee County, Florida top-flight performance in a
Athens Stove Company You, and each of no.
provided by law and the rules you are Publish September 8, 15, 1961
NOTICE Athens, TennesseeYou tilted that Suit to Quiet Titleas
of this court.DONE LEGAL NOTICE The Okeechobee News
The Board of Public Instruc : AND ORDERED at are hereby notified thata to the above described prop. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN! -,.---- SALT-WATER AREAS :

ton will receive sealed bids on Okeechobee Florida, this 16th suit for divorce has been instigated erty has been filed agalns you, that the Board of County Commissioners LEGAL NOTICE

the following products for the day of August, 1961. against you by your and you are hereby requiredto of Okeechobee County NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN C._ 41

period beginning September !, HAYNES E WILLIAMS wife, Heneritta Watson, in the serve a copy of your Answer Florida, will receive sealed that the Board of County Commissioners 1 .

1961 and ending December 31, Clerk Circuit Court) Circuit Court of the Ninth Judi to the Complaint on the Plain. bids for the purchase of LP Gas of Okeechobee County, it. ........

1961: (SEAL) cial Circuit In and for Okee tiff's attorney, T. W. Conely, for heaters in the Courthouse of Florida will receive sealed bids f'i.c: 11 II II III 0

J Gasoline By: ILZELlWA !S chobee Couny, Florida You are Jr., P. 0 Box 608, Okeechobee, approximately 600,000 BTU, for for the purchase of Various Sizesof ; ;

Z. Lubrication Deputy Clerk hereby required to serve a copyof Florida, and to file the originalin the fiscal year beginning October Culverts for the fiscal year be. ;;. .. .,,

3, Motor Oil Pub. Aug. 18, 25; Sept. 1, 8, 1961 your ansewd or other pleadings the office of the Clerk of Cir. 1, 1961 and ending September 30, ginning October 1, 1961 and end. { j. r.v7fi1f'VV7 l V'"ii'
4. No 2 Diesel Heating fuel The Okeechobee News, to T W. Coney! Jr., attorney cuit Court Okeechobe County, 1962. ing September 30, 1962. 5 1 r<'I LJo.J 1.5

Note: Performance specifications for the Plaintiff, post office Florida; on or before the 26th Said bids will be opened in the Said bids will be opened in the .

: IS YOUR SUBSCRIPTION PAID? Box 603, Okeedioboe! Florida, day of September, 1961, otherwise Commissioners': Room In the Commissioners' Room in the 1f CHANNEL

and file the original in the officeof the allegations in said Courthouse in Okeechobee, Flor Courthouse in Okeechobee, Florida t
the Clerk of the Circuit Court, Bill of Complaint will be takenas ida at 10 o'clock A. M, Tuesday, at 10 o'clock A M. Tuesday

Okeechobee, Florida, on or before confessed by you September 26, 1961 September 26, 1961.
J GILBERT OIC&ECIIOBE the 26th day of September, 1961. Dated this 21st day of* Aug. JOHN F. PEARCE, JOHN F. PEARCE : ..i MASTER'The

I Herein fail not or Decree Pro ust, 1961 Chairman Board of Chairman, Board of
THEATRE DRIVE.IN Confesso will be entered against HAYNES E WILLIAMS

you os provided by law and the Clerk Circuit Court
THEATRE rules of this court I By Hazel Williams D. C 'j'f pJ
Friday and Saturday
Sept. II ends Show Stars at 7:15: DONE AND ORDERED at Publish Aug 23, Sept, 1, 8, IS, 1961 DINE IN COMFORT,

Okeechobee, Florida ,this 17th The Okeechobee Ne..s.T'o PRICES!
WORE A GUN day of August, t961.HWES : r.9; ; World's Most

s .tame. Davis Friday and Saturday : E WILLIAMS of the largest freighters I Powerful TV Antenna

vleri:. Andc!'s September 8 9PLUS Clerk Ci.cuit Court I ever to enter the port of Tampa SOUTHLAND HOTEL
By Gloria Ford, were loaded with phosphate dur
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In Totalscope and George Sanders 1-

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Randolph Scott AND II I SERVING 12 NOON-3 P.M.-6 P.M TO 9 P.M. and
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UNDER NOTICE FICTITIOUS is hereby NAME given LAW that Adams Says He Regrets

I Classified AdsFor the"Fictitious undersigned Name, pursuant Statute" to House the -See Florida- -This Summer ,

Biill 1175, chapter 20953 Law

FOR SALE OR RENT 1958 Casa of Florida 1941, and House Bill)) Fort Clinch Offers History Recreation

Sale or Rent Manna House Trailer, 3O.feetlong. 1102 Chapter 26760, 1951, amend. Voters List Error; Blames
log 86509(3)( will
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ROdeo 2-1230. 8,25,9-1 the Clerk of the Circuit Court, In
FOR SALE: Two bedroom houseto and for Okeechobee County, Florida .
be moved, Call RO 6-1835 after FOR SALE 1949 Model P & H upon receipt of proof of the
f p. m. 18,1 Dragline, 1957 Model G.M.C. publicatoln of this note, the fietl Transposed Figures

Diesel Motor; % yd machine, V4 tious name, to-wit: Nt -
FOR RENT Furnished nIce yd. HIndrex Bucket, 35 ft. boom PARK DRUG CO. rr
clean one or two room apart. 625000. a third down and terms under which we expect to en- yi- ,+ The Okeechobee News objectedto are a matter of public record and

ment By week or month. Utlll Machine in fair working cond. gage In business on the East H a statement by Tom Adams, are compiled as I result of the

lies furnIshed. Road 78, Tele tlon. Can be seen and operatedat of Lot 4, Block 166, in !the City secretary of state, that Okeecho.bee's mutual cooperation between this
phone ROdeo 2316S 4-291 Freshwater and Smith Ma. of Okeechobee, Florida. eligible voter list exceededthe office and the supervisors of reg.

chine Shop, 3 ml. south of Fort That the parties Interested in population, and asked for a istration In the several counties
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Pierce on U. S. 1. Contact M. H. business enterprise are:
Club building just south at the ____ e made and appeared In many mined effort to improve Boson
Davis, 112 So 17th, or Freshwater ROBERT T. BELL,
Sierra Restaurant. Must be mov state newspapers and Adams sent with the supervisors in order to
and Smith Dated at Okeechobee
9-1,8 County,
ed Immediately. Best offer getsIt. Florida, this the 25th day of .r the following telegram to Pub Insure that voting and registration -
Phone 23251. 8,15,22,29 August, 1961. k lisher Lamonte H. Moore: processes.are as accurate a*

HOUSE FOR RENT after 15th Employment By ROBERT T. BELL "This office deeply regrets an possible. As you surely realize
error In voter registration figures such accuracy U a vital corner-
of September. Front of Baptist Pub. September 1, 8, 15, 22, 1961
attributed stone of the democratic
to Okeechobee electoral
church. Call J. R. Minehan, Sr, The Okeechobee News. county
ALTERATIONS DRESSMAK which made It appear that there processes and this office will
RO 2-3451. 98p ING. Gladys Stello, Cabin rear NOTICE SALE might be more registered voters continue to pursue it diligently!
FOR RENT Bedroom water. of Evans Mercantile, East Okee than adults eligible to vote In Let me conclude by saying! thatI

front home In Wilcox Shores chobee. 9-l,8p OF ABANDONED your county. This unfortunateerror personally welcome your obvious .
completely furnished. $8500 per MOTOR VEHICLES occurred during transpos interest and concern about
month. Pick up key for inspection LIVESTOCK FOR SALE NOTICE Is hereby given that log of figures requested by mem- voter registration In your" county.I .
at Charles M. Campbell's of the City of Okeechobee will sell burs of the press. feel that one of the surest safeguards
flee 8-4U TEN Angus heifers. Good price the following described motor The voter registration total we to sound voting

Write P. 0. Box 1537 or call RO vehicles at public auction, to the gave the press for your countywas ures is to have an alert proced.1
1958 CHEVROLET Radio Heat. 6-1661. 8.25, 9 1 Sincerely \
highest bidder for cash, at the 3706. The correct figure
Good Tires. $900. Call ROdeo
er City Hall, Okeechobee Florida, was 3,106. Naturally this office TOM: ADAMS
FOR SALE 6 Jersey Heifers,
2-5832. 8-lltf
5 Holstein Heifers, 3 Guernsey on the 11th day of September, will Issue a statement to the i, Secretary of State.!
Heifers.Dalry Stock. All Calf 1961, at 10:00 A. M. press immediately to correct the Ii'

FOR SALES hood vaccinated springers starting 1-1953 Mercury Sedan mistake.
September through February 1-1950 Mercury Sedan Eight flags have waved over the Island where Fort Clinch near Fernandlna Beach stands The fort, However, I should like to point Pony League Has
BEDROOM Call RO 2-5181. 9-1,8p 1-1950 Harley-Davidson one of many attractions along Florida's scenic East Coast, was toured by more than 293,000 visitor out that at no time did this of-
HOUSE MotorcycleThe last year. This seaside slate park offers camping, boating, fishing and picnicking facilities. A museum fice make any charge of vote Chicken Bar.B.Q,
CBS FHA City of Okeechobee Is offering b located within the fort. fraud in Okeechobee county as

$750 Down for sale its right, title and you inferred, or a vote fraud In The Pony League was honored
$56 per Mo. TRAILER ,j Interest in and to the above any other county, On the contrary with a chicken barbecue and
abandoned property and reserves 3 Literature er's certification, renewal of certificates our statement specifically swimming party at the local

WRITE BOX 1781 I BARGAINS the right to accept or reject all HERE THERE : or for personal enjoyment noted that our studies failed to pool on Aug. 31. The treat was
or Call bids Courses OfferedAt turn up any evidence of Irregularities given by the American Legion.
RO 21444Oktcchobte 1956 Hicks C A. THOMAS: Anyone interested in these b in voting and registra- The Legion sponsored team I

36x8 Chief of Police IR College courses should contact the Indian tions in any" of the counties cited. claimed second place at the end

7.1411 l Publish Sept. 1 and 8, 1961 BY River Junior College right To clarify this point I am sending of the season.
$1999.99Peerless1950 The Okeechobee News. ry The English Department of away. you a copy of the news release
FOR RENT Furnished cabins, vii EMERSONMOORE Indian River Junior College is Issued yesterday by this -
electric kitchen p.r. Evans, offering three literature coursesat Blue Sox Has office.I Miss Osann Raulerson, who Uemployed
Phone 2-3961. HIt 30x8 NOTICE r night, Dr. Warren Land, Deanof would point out that our figures In Miami spent the
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN Instruction, has announced. Win StreakIn weekend
on voting and registration holiday in Nassau.
FOR RENT Furnished apart $995.00 that the City Council of the Cityof World Literature (English 201))
the Ladies Softball
ment In Seminole Apartments.Call Okeechobee, Florida, will meetIn surveys significant authors and Leaguethe
RO 6-1496 or Inquire at the Modern Mobile Homes the Council Chamber of the & YONDERPEOPLE their works from Homer to Blue Sox warped the Red -=;

Drive In Theatre after 7 p. m.91tl. Fred Rappold City Hall at 7.00 P M. September Shakespeare. This course will be Sock in a game played Au!:. 31 When it comes to changing CARS
the local
ball field
26 1961 for the at againon
purpose of around town probably taught from 7 until 10 o'clock
651 Second St. Sept. S, the Blue Sox took the
reviewing and equalizing the City think we are hipped on Civil Defense Tuesday nights.
FOR SALE CLARINET, good Ft. Pierce, Fla. Tax Assessment Roll for the year and the need of fallout English Literature (English game from the Red Sox by a
condition. Call WYman 63579, 1961 the Tax 215)), score of 14 to 2
as prepared by City shelters. We have done consider a course covering the period
Belle Glade, or write: Henry El- Assessor from Anglo-Saxon to Renaissance To complete the season, there
able harping the subject. With
fers, Box 274, South Bay, FlorIda ANY AND ALL PERSONS hav- the cold war on getting warmer times Is scheduled from 7 will be an All Star Game played a r

9-8,15,22FOR NOW ADD log any objections to the valuation every day and with Russia going until 10 o'clock Monday nights. by the Sox against the Indian .;
CAN :Maidens The Sox team will be
placed on their property by American Literature (English:
SALE 5 Lots, 2 blockswest ahead with their nuclear tests
of Catholic Church Only SEMim ELECTRIC he City Tax Assessor, as shown we think we are right We hopewe 224)) includes the works of authors comprised of four players from h
$400 each. Phone ROdeo 2-4821 AIR CONDITIONING by the Assessment Roll are are not. It wouldn't be any up to the Civil War. It will be each Sox team. This game will
after 5. 9-itt hereby notified to file their: obcations fun saying "I told you so", if taught from 7 until 10 o'clock be played on Friday ..night,
with the City Clerk or each Tuesday evening. Sept, 8. 1
QUKKtr, INEXPENSIVELY there were no one around to say \ yI
WILL SELL OR TRADE-House to appear in person before the it to. Each course may be taken for
in Miami for house in Okeecho- 10 YOUR PRESENT FURNACE City Council at said meeting on three hours college credit, teach- Subscribe for the folks up Norjh!:

bee Call ROdeo 23821. 9-1-22 the aforesaid date.CLAUDE DON'T GET THE IDEA that S

r GARDNER: we're "psycho", one of those .
60-ft. lots, Lake front, 9 miles President City Council guys that wear a tin hat to keep
southeast of Okeechobee on U. S. Okeechobee, Florida from getting konked with a falling STOP RUST !
441. See Reece Upthegrove or t-. ATTEST: star. We don't head for the a I

call ROdeo 2-4893. 8-25, 9-ISp / LORENA SPIVEY boondocks evry time a thunder
City Clerk storm comes up. We are not with RETARDOrust
FOR RENT: Furnished Apt. by City of Okeechobee Florida alone in thinking this nuclear aetioa..reo
wk or mo. Utilities turn Water- Publish Sept. I, 8, 15 and 22, 1960 fall out threat Is real. inhibitive ientterms.e.j

front. Boat dock. See owner Sat. INSTALLATION IS EASY paint to toil
I n
or Sun. Brown house, Rd. 78, Hml. NOTICE UNDFR CIVIL DEFENSE officials
Protects all metal surfaces t
to the
news are yelling 'xa 'c!!
mee. to 9-15p NOTICE Is hereby given that in Broward County because they inside and out BEFRETOUBUY,
le FRESH AtRCLEAN undersignad, pursuant to the
FOR SALE Two Bedroom allowed more money to operate
'Fictitious Name Statute, House
did for
the dog pound than they
frame house in good condition. to Alf .
furnished Bill 1175, Chapter 20953. Laws ol Civil Defense. To quote from a f
Completely Includingair QUIET AWAR Florida, 1941, and House Bill
newspaper of that county, "the
conditioner. Price, $4300. Call
RO 23189. 8.1811 OF 1102, Chapter 26760, 1951 amendIng S. P. C. A. is pleased, but not \ Use Our
85609(3)( will register with officials out to prevent mass radiation .
WANT TO TRADE the Clerk of the Circuit Court, in of people.

Have a nice 3 bedroom, 2 bathneighborhood. and for Okeechobee County, Flor. '
home >in good S. CENTRAL ELECTRICAND ida, upon receipt of proof of the IN BELLE GLADE they are
E. Pompano Beach. Valued at GAS CO. tlUousanametttosvltnote, the fie I asking state and federal aid to Night Depository

$21,500. Have $7,000 equity. Want Phone 2-5561 : construct fall out shelters in the

crease, equal \alue. THREE "D" MOBILE dike around the lake. They say it
THE AVENUE REALTY VILLAGE can be done easily on the side
1545 Cypress Road under which we expect to engageIn away from the lake, without
Pompano Beach, Fla. business at ONU MIILE SOUTHON weakening the dike. It could be OKEECHOBEE j 4
8-25, 9, 1, 8 ROAD 441 In the City of done here. We'd like to see some- W11dw hM l
pus Okeechobee County of Okeecho- one besides ourselves, some civic
FOR RENT Store or Office bee, Florida. organization perhaps, become interested COUNTY BAN ,
Space, down town. $50.00 month. That the parties. interested in in the project. It Benjamin e

Carl Stello, Evan' Grocery. said business enterprise are: would be a good subject for the Moore
8-18p-U Clyde R. Durrance newly formed Okeechobee Civic paints "Serving You And The Big Lake Area"

Maurice L. Durrance Council.. ...
Carl T, Durrance. r
MerchandiseWANTED Dated at Okeechobee, Okee WE WERE on hand Monday to : Member Federal Deposit Insurance CorporationCentral
FRIGIDAIRESERVICE chobee County, Florida, this the view the parade and we must say

Used Fordson Hydraulic 1st day of September, 961. It was a success, much better OKEECHOBEE, FLORIDA
disc with Sway hook-up that is Publish Sept. 8, 15, 22, 29 than in former years. You can
contact James Cerruti, R. R. 2, The Okeechobee News. thank in part the local Jayceesfor
Box 245, Okeechobee. 98p that. They were in charge. I THE CHANGING SCENE
e Fast; neat, (oncost* I Is your subscription paid? We heard in several places it
LET'S TRADE MOWERS Installation.ji was better than the rodeo. 'wculvmAemrvauMevs,
for a FREE demonstration on C Prompt eaurtooifjskinfoi SATURDAY we counted cars OLD STOVe ORTNE STOVE DIOIS' QUm FIDDIINO *N'nIsTNOSEf10VEDES0R

your lawn. We'll trade on the \_ wnrfee. t with lights on on the highwayand f cA TNEnREI>EDARIMFNTIcn
spot. Sizes and prices to fit your" e Fritfdaire Prwhton were amazed to find that OKEECHOBEELiyESTOCK f /t ,
needs. GILBERT'SDAVE'S WATERFRONTHOME over half of them had lights on
in compliance with Gov. Bryants

TRADING CENTER C Advice m gdiptfrtgFritfdalra FOR SALE appeal Sunday there were still
Radio and TV Repair quite a few though not so many.
Kenmore Sew Machine ....37.00 appliances Monday only a few motorists
Maytag Washer ..........$65.00 to your kitchen I( Mouth of Taylor Subd. wthered. Many people forgot to

Cedar Chest .........,....25.00 Jail on the ota who'd turn their lights out on the first Auction MarketYOUR J1l
Zenith TV. 17" .,.........$40.00 like to ran on !;* 4 Bedrooms, Living Rm., days and ran their batteries ...I .. :; ;..

Baby Bed .................$1800 % you Florida Room, Kitchen, down. Monday they didn't chance
it: Traid it won't work next time.
Business Service GILBERT'SW1111T Dining Room, Den, Tile And it didn't seem to remind the 5I
Bath. All electric built-in fools who needed reminding, that
Furnished they were fools

TRAPS CLEANED and Repaired unfurnished. Large utility

Phone Okeechobee RO 2-4724 or ? or guest house. One BEST SALESMAN BIDDINGAT
RO 21391. ti Do you ask
people to repeat words that sound year old. Good terms. Florida's best salesman f is the :
FOR REPAIRS on Frlgidalre call GIL and blurry to you HEARING? You AID.We snACOUSTICCN ordinary citizen who, through YOUR LOCAL L1ItLsa

Maytag Appliances test Hearing FREE I ICCUUSTTICON friendly, courteous attention toa
BERT'S, RO 24231. tf BECKER CO. CALL RO 2-7301 i visitor prompts him to stay LIVESTOCK AUCTIC:

LANDSCAPING Free Esti OP FORT PIERCE just one extra day, says the Gov- .
mate. Call, write or visit our HO 1-32M 323 So. 13th St. rnor's Tourism Steering Com
nursery. RUBY RED NURSERY, Member Florida Hearing| Aid mittee. MARKET \ meat

109 Ave. "D", Fort Pierce, Florida Outer's' An'n., Inc. II ( 1 1L'
Phone HO 12925. 8-18,9-
HAVE TWO SHELL HOUSES ALREADY BUILT. Last year nearly 60% of Florida Cattle

Scratching >pr.id< Infection cau.I .- ..3A ,
Apply I ITCH-ME.!: NOT Itcblniqufou cony' Noc.sw IP..a1 a.N.1a.uflrtle
parts and repair service down In minutes and antl- WILL MOVE TO YOUR LOT IF DESIRABLE. eoamIJOA06ANewme
septic action h.lp. speed h aliniU PETE CLEMONS MGR. PHONE RO 2.5521 wine Ovess.,coNVINIINy eve-lava.,
on outboard marine motors. W* *. ln.tantiryng! ItCHMENOTfor PHONE RO 6.1601 1M/Ie)Ne,1011 a.N01Ne Oa ST00.IN0.
trade. Boat Marine hard- MMina. Initct bites, to* Itch
other lurfac rwh'i. It not Pleaa.ayour BOX 312OKEECHOBEE OKEECHOBEE, FLORIDA
ware. New and Used Boats. 480 back at any drug itor
Plerue, Florida 9-1,8 -S9 Phone 2.5561 '





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