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: October 20, 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 I Volume SI-Numb.r 15 Okeechobe., Florida, Friday, October 20, 1961 Telephones ROdeo 2-3211 inci 2-3141 10. P.r Copy

On Just about anything you dare -

to write In a newspaper, there

a good chance someone wall Jump Adult ClassesTo
Brahmans Miss Flame Contest Draws CarnivalTo
down your throat Make a real
boo-boo and the' roof will fall In.You Start Here HOMECOMING

can be extremely careful In Overflow Crowd
writing up an editorial that is Take Sebrinu Registration for the Okeecho.bee Saturday Be'October

meant to motivate people into High School adult education

improving conditions for man courses will be held Monday evening FESTIVITIESARE

knd: end likely as not someone 7-0 Fri. EveThe Oct 30 at 8 o'clock in the 28The
will interpret it u personal ef high school commercial room. I

frortery and howl like a coyote Clashes are scheduled to open in

Tins happened a short time ago Okeechobee Brahmans took November on a date to be announced I Halloween Carnival, parade .

fallowing what we thought was heir place in the sun Friday andI ill continue for a and costume Judging and PLANNEDTwo

constructive criticism. A delegation night when they downed the favored period of 18 weeks "Womanlets Wedding skit is

appeared before The News and considerably heavier Subjects offered Include typewriting only a week away Oct. 28
brass and tried to get old Ink : I Bur A gala week of activities It
Sebrlng Blue Streaks by a score bookkeeping and review According, to Mrs. George
Rpots fired, Were now operating of 7 to 0 at the Bratwnan home shorthand for students who have roughs, chairman of the Carnival Accidents planned for the homecoming

1k.I an editor we know, It seemed fiEld. completed basic Gregg shorthand Committee, help is needed In the football game between the Kissimmce .

that everything he wrote The heavy emphasis Coach Ray theory. Final determination nineteen booths that are to beset Investigated[ By Kowboys and the Okee-

brought brickbats Instead of bouquets Morris has placed on defense 0' subjects and I leeU of Instruc. up. D. L Pearce Is askingfor chobee Brahmans This year the

Whatever he editorialized has paid off to well that the tion, however, will depend on help from other fathers and Trooper WoodsFlorida school will be honoring the classof

about some person would button- Brahmans have been scored on completed registrations for specific teenagers for< his booth. Highway Patrol Trooper 1952 and all members of the

bole him on it to object In desperation only one time in the four games courses and whatever combinations A short meeting will be held Wilbur Woods reported two class will be guests of the high

one week he printed the this season It was evident Friday !. can be taught effectively Thursday night Oct 19 follow- accidents that he Investigated school at a reserved section in
Ten Commandments as his edItorial night when the Brahmans In, the PTA meeting Everyone the stands
Monday, both from the same
content of the paper He stewed the Blue Streaks cold Classes generally meet two helping with the Carnival is .
cause On Tuesday, the committee
V.EJ congratulating himself for on the four-yard line after a 42 and a half hours each night on asked to attend.
The first occurred 12.05
at a m, planned a "Let's Hang Klssmmee
putting out one complaint-fret yard pass play Hatifield to Wal. Mondays and Thursdays, start. Kathryn Holt has asked that ]4 miles north of Okeechobee onUS Day' and all the students
editorial when he received a let. lace, then forced them back to Ins at times to be scheduled. Any persons who have pledged dona 441 Jackie G. Loudermilk of "
hanging 'KO'bo.y"Wednesday'a
ler from a subscriber. It read: the 35 at the close of the second I variations from the schedule are tons: and have not yet turned Lauderdale wore *
Fort 3961
# towing a theme was "Get
'Cancel my subscription. You period. It was the only serious announced to the classes A student : them in, please take them by Ford behind Chevrolet
a 1957 the Ball and Go Boys" with the
are getting too personal'. scoring threat by the Sebring may enroll In either typewriting Worth Paint Store not later than said that he met a semi-truck on students wearing foil-wrapped
team Monday, Oct %I.
or bookkeeping, plus the
a cement bridge. The truck lights chocolate footballs,
IP the closing seconds of the 30-nxnute period of shorthand I ' Merchants who have contributed blinded him and as it appeared

Next week is National Pretzel game, Alex Fulford intercepted a dictation and transcription. This .1L. . are: Park Drug Co., B-Love. tl o him that the truck was over Queen candidates for Home.

Week, National Flower Week and pass by Holifield! on the Brahman enables a student to secure a ly Beauty Salon, Eddie Super the: center line, he applied his coming were Introduced to the

National honey Week and we received ive-yard line and ran 94 yards tothe total of 90 hours of Instruction Saturday night was a big night George Mason, State President Market, Charlie Lawrence and brakes. The towed car started studentts at a chapel pogram on

a lengthy communication Sebrlng one-yard line The the equivalent of one high.school Okeechobee when 60 contest of the Firemen. Association, of Son s Dairy, Eagle Bay Dairy, J. swinging and threw his car out Wednesday afternoon The freshman -

01 the virtues of honey Florida is Blue Streaks held for two downs semester, in either typewritingor ants turned out for the title of Lakeland: Dick Seitner district R. Goolsby and Son Peter's Sc to of control Loudermilk, coming candidate Is Carolyn Con-

ranked third in honey production but were unable to stop fullback bookkeeping There are now Miss Flame of Okeechobee The vice president, Eau Gallie: Mrs. $1 Store, Franks Service Station, south, crossed the road and went zoos Judy Ann Alltmon Is rep.

'with 19390000 pounds during Ronald Coker on the third from 27 typewriters available for the contest was sponsored by the Joyce Mason president of the Phillips 66' Service. Station, Gil Into a deep ditch on the left side. resenting the sophomores, Carol

10' The writer viewed with crossing, the goal line. Gary typing students. Volunteer Firemen Auxiliary slate fuemens auxiliary and bert's, Taslee Freez and Western The car he was driving overturn. Ann Walker, the juniors, and the

alarm the housing projects, improved Baldwin. kicked the extra point There is no tuition, but a nominal the first contest for a Miss Flame Mrs VI Sietmen, president of the Stole, Big Lake Office Supply ed'but he was not Injured Dam. senior class candidate is Mary 'f

pastures and growing population The Brahman's season record, charge is made to cover held In this city. One was, planned fourth district auxiliary Gifts Big Lake Printers.Barge ages were estimated at $50 to Helen Williams

as detrimental to honey marred only by a scoreless tie operating expenses Students In for last year, but was cancelled were presented to the judges for the Ford and $100 to the Chevrolet Thursday was color day and

production, Cuts down the "graz. with Cl8'I\i. ton, shows Ridge typewriting pay $5 for use of their activities In the program. No charges were made all students came to school dis r

Irg" area for bees. We received 'on'erence wins over Arcadia equipment typewriter ribbons Judges officials of the state Entertainment between the Lost The second accident also occurred plcying the school colors of pur-

no information from the pretzel and Sebring. machine repairs, use of lights. auxiliary selected Miss Carol acts was furnished by Ann Boynton on a bridge and a semi plo and goldElections .
peope or the flower folks Perhaps The Brahmana will play host etc Students in bookkeeping or | Walker as the most outstanding and Rhonda Ard, with an ex truck was Involved as In the

progress doe.<*tt disturb to the Kissimmee Kowboys this'ridey shorthand pay $3 for use of the girl of the 60, and she was crowned hibitlon of baton twirling, and Arlene On Lake fIrst. for the homecomingt

thtnW night The game, a con. lights, equipment etc Books and Okeechobee Miss Flame Whitehurst, also a baton act. John DeForest, about 70, of queen were held, but the results

erence one, will be the roughset supplies are purchased by the Runners up In the contest were Ronnie and Janice Haves sang, Fort Lauderdale, driving a 1960 will not be announced until 7;45

test the Brahmans expect to students at school prices and remain Miss Karen Doloney, daughterof and Fain Conely gave a trumpet ford south about 3 p. m. said as on Friday night when the Queen

from. moved little last old week house end,whereWe moved bee this season. The Kowboys the property of the students Mr. and Mrs. J, P. Deloney, solo, accompanied by Doyle Selphat Okeechobee he approached the bridge, the will be crowned during the pre-

a have three conference wins un- who placed third, and \Miss Jane the piano.A truck, a 1958 International, also game ceremonies,
had lived for 11 years. Vt* dee their beltta this season All registrations should be completed reception, given by the Firemen approaching the bridge, seemed I
Hunt, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
spent lots of har V>urs there, and have been 30 that textbooks following the A giant bonfire rally was held
against no losses Oct so who second was held Immediately Someplace on vast expanse to cross the center line The truck
Ernest Hunt was
chopped palmettos, !spaded, dug, scored on only one tune. and workbooks can be ordered In the crowning event at theft of Lake Okeechobee a barge be. was driven by James E, Sharreerof Thursday at 6:30: p m. on the

planted tree and flowers and, time for the opening of classesDate piece winner.. e house Refreshment of coffee longing to Sam Joiner, of Okee. Eloise, Florida high school grounds and all
though we moved to a fancier Father George Cevechoplain of were invited, Friday will be observed
and schedule for the served chobee, was lost Sunday.
W. L op. ,. caKe and punch were DeForest, who admitted to
piece, we were regretful to IMve. HendryTo (he Firemen's group here. was. as "Silent day" at the t
taing of ctfsxes will b. announced .*} UM It.estenh..and Iha outoMowt The wooden. barge, probably Trooper[ Woods that he was
. .,", l he hvd workon matter: of ceretnoniw f>r the af. | 1 high school with teacher and
.i.. :;t'n. ell'e! Head TB > ar registration, Director of! guesU. .Mif Olin God. auld not ban sunk, but may tetrad to'death' of semis, applied
T our "new" plac: ,' There are Lhe ndult *dueatioti proetam' lCarl lair .announcing the name of win and .Mm;'tansy' BrIne"1,pee' han flMed with water, makinj his brakes, lost control and Indents not speaking in class
blg: stately trei oak and palm, each iras she walked across it, difficult to from either 'to
Drive Is serving spot .
Seal T. Durrance; Instructor sided at the skidded crossways of the highway A big student pep rally will b. I
end a lot of fruit trees and flower Frederick 0.' Miller. the stage Junior Martin, pianist, Following the close of the contest air or water, on the rough lake, The semi sheared off the held in the auditorium at S:M,
W L. Hendry will serve as furnished music for the paradeof
,* Our new' !house was built representatives of the local authorities say De
front end of the Neither
to climax the week's
Christmas p. m activities
local chairman of the 1961 lovelies
about 1926. Junior; Chamber of Commerce re R. M Dupree and his teenageson Foerst nor his wife, who was a at school.
Seal Campaign which: opens \Know YourTeacher The Slate Miss Flame presided quested that the top 15 candidatesbe were towing the boat, spent passenger in the car, were InJured .

The Boat.a-cade committee has Nov, 13 and continues through Seal a*, the crowning of the winner, available' to act as hostessesand a rough weekend on the lake. although Woods said they After the game the Parent-

svt to the December, The Christmas . and Miss Walker received an arm guides at the dedication of Joiner purchased the barge lit could easily have been killed, Teacher Association will sponsor
changed the lauching citizens to
be. dollars given by local bouquet the crown and the ribbon the new Okeechobee General Hollywood, with the Intention of The truck driver was not InJured a dance at Teen Town center for
side of Lake Kissimmee
east help protect the health of their as well as a cash gift from Hospital, sometime in December. bringing it to Okeechobee and students 14 to 19 years of age
cause of low water conditions. fellow: men will be used to hasten ,, I
the Auxiliary Ann Godwin ear in charge ofarrangements converting it into a house boat ,
The JayCees are The DeForest car was damaged
commiUe-tee there ercome toutedas
The says the day wheen tuberculosis may ried the and Carol Briney The homecoming game,
crown for the dedication lie contracted Dupree to tow
sand bars in the river, but in Floronta to the extent of $800, about $25 the top game in the Ridge
be wiped out '
curried the ribbon Roger Burton in the top 15 the barge by skiff from the low.
I Those placing resulted to the truck.
U of water and damage Is to
there plenty National authorities warn that : the Queen's escort conference this week sure
was Nina Coast
Raulerson, er East
that the trip will be a real chal. "time is running out* in the I were Marjorie No arrests were made. bo a hard-fought one. Kissun-
Miss Walker U also the candidate Dale Powell, Karen Deloney, The barge entered the lake
lenge. At one place the deepest tuberculosis becauseTB nice Is currently leading in.northers .
fight against I for Homecoming Queen Claudia Ann Watford, Gayle Da from the St. Lucie Canal Sat : !
could find was about At of the conference
seater we builltlng resistance Turnout division
germs are I 'sponsored by the, junior class, vie Saundra McFarland, Carol urday morning where two sons Light
:12 Inches. There't a half mole of to the drugs now used They with five wins, three of
I when the Brahmans play Kissim Walker, Jackie Ferrell.! Judy Alt- of Joiner boarded the craft for :
lhat We hit bottom many times every community In the na- JayCee Meeting which were conference gamese
Okeecho urge mee Friday night. man, Ann Kil Patrick, Jane Hunt, the trip across the lake. Whenno .
boat is small have defeated Mulberry
nnc our In all activitiesleading The Kowboys
Lion to cooperate
Jane Wy.at. had from the Only 13 members showed up
Helen Williams, report come
tee, was Ignored In boat.a.cadeplans toward eradication of this! Miss Hunt second place winrer Mary Kathleen Arcadia, Lake-
Charlotte Andrews and Linda barge at 10 p m. Saturday, s for the weekly! meeting of the
but we hope she boatmen Infectious disease. received a cash prize of $5, view and Ocoee. Arcadia is the
will encounter no trouble on their Christmas seals support re and Miss Deloney received $3. Pinder. aerch was started Junior Chamber of Commerce only team played by both squads.
Okeechobee Miss Flame of The Duprees had started the at the Palmetto restaurant Tues
trip But the water level is low. to developeffective Their escorts were The Brahmans beat them
search help
weeks projects Schoten and Alec Fulford. heal will be entered In the state 30 mile tow from the St, Lucie day night. Baked ham, family
er than It was ago. for finding,
programs Calvin Arnold was escort for contest, to be held next May m to Taylor Creek but misjudgedtheir style, was served. Okeechobee to currently run

treating and preventing further tuberculosis public-I' FE.: ,;: ' ' II the State Miss Flame, Miss Mary Sarasota The Firemen's Auxiliary fuel supply and ran out 01 There was a short business ning second In Southern division

The State Board of Health today and help to disease. slit I It b Jane Hughes, of Sebring. will pay all of her expenses gas With no anchor aboard session following the meal. Plans with two conference victories.The .
advised Floridians of cer understanding the r Judges for the contest were I for that contest. either the barge or akin they for the dedication of the hospitalwere Brahmans have beaten Se

tale age and physical groups to I '5' . were adrift. Afted dark. Dupree discussed The program Is bring and Arcadia. The Okee

chain immediate Influenza imrmimzation I Returned NORTH CAROLINEANNEW started a fire aboard the barge, toIe handled by the JayCees chobee boys also have a 21-0
Photos Chili
Citing a report from RESIDENT Scouts Attend Lions deputy Harold Hancock flying President George Bellamy gave victory over Jupiter, and a 0-0

the U S. Surgeon General that After Six Years Glades DistrictTraiiiing Meets At low over the lake, spotted the a report on the caucus he attended tie with Clewiston In non conference
en upswing is expected this fall Miss Patricia Strain, a native fire, and reported the locationof at Cocoa He announced a play.VISITORS .

.rd, winter of Type B and Asian It was six years ago that a of Lumberton, N C., has begun I Course Southland the d-ftmg boats 3.day convention at Bradenton

f'n Dr. James 0 Bond, Director year-old woman. Mrs. Alice her first year of teaching, with ; i I Conservation Officer Jake Scott Nov 3, 4 and 5, and urged all
of the Board's Bureau of Pre. Davidson, and her infant grand. the Okeechobee public schools. A training course for junior At the regular meeting of the following Hancock directions, members who can attend to do FROM MARYLANND

\entable Diseases. said persons daughter were killed In a head At present she I Is making her Boy Scout leaders was held atCamp Lions dub held at the South. found (he barge and removed so, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Russey

reeding immunization should see on crash with a truck south of home at the residence of Mr. Sudbrock near Fort Drum. and Hotel October 12, Donald ho two Joiner boys by boat, but and children of Seabrook, Md,

their! family physician not their Okeechobee. Mother of the baby end Mrs iWlson Selph on Kis Instructors for the course were Lott, principal of the Elementary Dupree and his son, elected to SERVICES OCT. M79 are spending some time with her

(cuuntv. health department. The was critically Injured and was simmee Street. Ft. H. Lewis, course director; F. School!. was voted Into the Club. stay with the barge Assembly of God Church will brother and family, Mr. and Mrs

State Board of Health gives count hospitalized for six months fol. She received her Bachelor of H. Thomas and C. E. Haines All Zone' Chairman F. Salonaker of Sunday morning the barge hold a special service from October Pat Gaughan Mr. Russey a

>' health departments vaccine for lowing the accident. She was Science degree from East Carolina three men are connected with "anal Point gave a short talk on could not be located Conserve 22 to 29 with Rev. Dick civil engineer Is at Cape Canaveral

some diseases but as yet has Mrs. Alice Fennel! Her husband College, where she was a Troop 621, Belle Glade, the activities of the clubs In this tlon officers, sheriff department Stevens of Vero Beach preaching for e few days on business.
been unable to obtain sufficient I had been killed in a similar accident member of Alpha Omicron Pi The object of the course was zone and also of the district meet members from Okeechobee and lIe will show films of his safari and will return here this weekend

,:ate funds to Include flu vaccine six months previous. Sorority Following graduation to train junior leaders to run Ing coming up in the near future. Palm Beach counties and Civil thai he recently was a part of. .

I A coroners jury Investigatedthe last November, she held a positiom their own troops and help their Entertainment was furnished Air Patrol units from surrouni I

accident and papers and Ident as a public welfare work. felow'! Scouts with advancementand by Band Director Humphries and ing counties, searched through

Curtis Woodall, high school if cation of the dead and Injured I er with the Robeson County Wel. various phases of scoutcraftbv the following members of the Sunday and most of Sunday

principal received the following I were studied By some oversight fare Department, Lumberton, utilizing the knowledge which band: Carolyn Harriett, Pat night without success. The two

letter from Sebrmg fan: two albums of pictures of the North Carolina. they have acquired through experience Gaughon, Vernon Jones, Doyle men were found on Ritter Ulan
"Even though our team lost I I dead child were misplaced and In addition to teaching Englishand and education while Sclph, Mitchell Nipper, Don Wal. off South Bay Monday morning

the Sebrlng-Okeechobee: football were found In T. W. Conely off civics, Miss Strain is a Junior ccmmg up through the ranks of ker and D. Ragsdale bv Clewiston! CAP They were

Friday night, I certainly 'ce a few days ago. sponsor and is in the pro Scouting Baton Twirlers Jane Hunt, Ka removed, but no account from -

game was on impressed by the splendid Mrs Fred Humphries, who cess of directing the Junior play, Louis Minis, Glades District rcn Deloney and Mary Helen Wil. them had been given Monday rs !rtw 4

hospitality shown by your home found the pictures looked up I "The Able Miss Cain" which willb Committee Chairman, presented Lams gave a display J of their art. evening It Is believed they lethe

tcwn The team, the band the the addresi of Mrs. Fennel father presented in November. certificates of training awards to Members announced that tick. barge and drifted or paddledto ....

cheerleaders. the spectators all Mr. Davidson, and returnH -I Miss Strain la engaged to Pfc the junior leaders participating. ell on the shot gun and other thte Island when they drifted 'p ;.;:', .. 47Jf,

forth their best efforts to entertain the albums He replied that George Parker o f the U. S. Scouts and Scouters attending prbe are going fast and ad. near U The skiff was recovered

put and they did a magrufl- hm daughter was very grateful I Aimy Fort Sill Oklahoma, A from Troop 630, Florida School vl'ed those; Interested to see a with the menHancock 'r'

cent joIt'l/ this brand ofporUmanshi.p foi the thoughJuiness He said July' wedding Is planned for Boys, were C. S. McDougal. LIon Club member to get theirs and Joiner went to .. i; 0(1 L LMrs.

that makes high his daughter had remarried and scoutmaster; W. 0 Bailey assistant Cewiston: Monday morning to

chool athletic contests worthwhile now has three children. PTA MEETS TONIGHTThe scoutmaster: Joe Barefoot. VISITORS DAY learn what they could of the
Garry Green, Donnie Vaughn, Visitors Day will be observed possible location of the barge
regular monthly meetingof James Brown, Melvin Roberson at the Okeechobee Seventh Day

LIons Cub Man Jailed For the Parent-Teachers Organi Lloyd Thomas Phillip Black! Adventist! Church, 304 N. Parrott ,
When meet a
you and he nation is to be held Thursday James Cook Mike Rhodes and Avenue, next Sabbath Oct. 21: "DECISION DAY"

member on the street grin and Burglary night, Oct. 19, at 7;30 In the high Owen Champion. A specially planned Sabbath The Church of God In Okeecho-
with big
cnmes extended at you forepaw,a you can betht' John Robert Hall, colored was school auditiorium, A good attendance Scouts and Scouters from Troop school program begins at 9:30: bet is i taking part In the nation

want to enter your charged with breaking and entering Is urged. Mrs George 480, Okeechobee, were Russell anti the pastor message, "Jesus wide enlargement program" At

name in a contest you they are conducting and wa jelled Monday Burroughs, carnival chairman, Douglas, scoutmaster: Kent Bell, and the Law of the Kingdom", at present, they are observing October -
announced that a meeting of the junior assistant scoutmaster; 11:00: a. mAll Outreach", The program
with several prizes, top morning. word that her son
broke Into a ones who have volunteered to Bobby Dean, Wets Enfinger, Dar friends of the church are Is being sponsored nationally by Rosa Lee Hancock received
Hall allegedly
one being an automatic shotgun. Jr. attend Donald E Wil the Church of God. This will be Robert W Hancock had received the rating of R.M.C,
home In Cypress Quarters belonging help at the carnival wil be held rell Enfinger, Ben Dixon, urged to ,
fo, die donation down,, Proceeds fork over from a sizeable the to Mildred Foley, about Immediately following the PTA Mike Jacke, William Miles Olin klnson, pastor, announced. Mem the fourth Sunday of the special in the United States Navy. Hancock, who was born

contest tohelp promote the 2:30: p m Sunday. He was apprehended meeting. Willis, Allen Holmes, Cliff SI. bera will provide a basket lunch services. Sundays sermon" and raised in Okeechobee, has been in the Navy'since
go to be mends Harden and Mike for dinner at the park, right alter I will be based on the title Decision
Lions' 'Glasses for Children" by Deputy Sheriff John The PTA program is a Timothy April, 1951. His home port is San Diego, CaUl.t .
Oiram. Collier panel discussion. Presley. services. Day".

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The Okeechobee NewsEntered WHEREAS, the Taylor Creek sale: One 1951 Ford pickup The following vouchers were School Page 2 OkttchobM Newe, Friday, October 20, 1961
navigation! porject, a unit of the I motor no. FIHINR11972; one 1951 approved and ordered paid: Boys
Okeechobee Waterway, Florida Dodge pick up truck, motor no. General Fund Warrants Asks from the building be covered walk of the colored
as Second Class Matter July 1, loll at the Post Office In Improvements has been competed I T306-14007. typo through 4576 in the amountof Paving The four new cottages/ have pay school has also been requested.
Okeechobee Florida Under Act ol March 8. 187i for many years, and I Motion was made by Robinson $878014 Access Roads sidewalks: leading to the front Fod the colored dispenssary a.

Subscription Price gin advance per year $3 00 WHEIUS, the Central and seconded by Herbert and unanimously Road and Bridge Fund War but no roads leading Into the curved road leading to both .Intersecting I
Two Years $5 00 Su Months $2.00 Shorter
; periods not
Southern Florida Project authorized carried to accept the rants 3553 through 3599 In the According to word received cottage area. roads was asked for
LAMONTE H MOORE. Publisher by the Flood Control bid of Corbett Norman of $43 for amount of $611973 from Supt W. M Suit, the Floe An extension of the road along along with four parking lots In.
EMMALENE B MOURK Advertising Manager Act of June 30, 1948, and subsequent the Ford and $55 for the Dodge, Fine and Forfeiture Fund ida School for Boys has request. tide of the woodworking shop to tho front of the buUdingNOTICE .
.PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY AT OKEECHOBEE FLORIDA acts of congress Includ plus advertising charges In the Warrants 582 through 589 In the ed apporixmately 88000 square '
--I ei no authorization for enlarge. mount of $7.70. amount ol $5,654,43. feet of paving to be completed
meet or modification of the Taylor Motion was made by Herbert, Capital Outlay Reserve Fund- during the 1961-62 fiscal year. The
HERE THERE A Step Creek Channel], and seconded by Harvey and unanimously Warrant 320 'In the amount of majority of the dequest Is for '

WHEREAS, a number of large carried to raise the salaries 14201. tervlceable roads, and the completion .
) Forward. spoil! areas were made available of Henry Hancock and C R Upon motion of Robinson, seconded will make almost every
7 .', ... to the Corps of Engncers Boyles $25 per month, effective by Raulerson and unanimously bolding on the campus availableto
BY By DONALD R. MACK for construction of the Taylor October 1, 1961 carried the board adjourned motor transportation. MY OFFICE WILL BE CLOSED FROM

People of our times probablydo Creek Project and such areas Motion was made by Herbert, Requested were access roads ; SATURDAY, OCTOBER 21 THROUGH
EMERSON not recall the name of Frldtjo have ben available for use by seconded by Raulerson and un HAYNES E WILLIAMS and parking areas for the 16 ex- WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 25.
Nansen He was a man who was the Corps of Engineers since animously carried to allow Mack Clerk feting cottages M present the
e LMOORE largely self-educatd and did more 1936, and Asphalt Company to use the 14 JOHN F. PEARCE 14 older cottages have a narrow WHILE: I AM ATTENDING THE FLORIDA

through! perseverance and deter. WHEREAS, these large spoil acres of airport property lying Chairman road running from the street to VETERINARY MEDICAL CONVENTIONAND
minatkm than most men accomplish areas have not been used by the West of State Road 96 for ap Board of CountyCommissioners the front door, but with new SHORT COURSE.
& YONDERAccording with fine education and Corps of Engineers for many proximately two months In exchange Okeechobee service roads will be built alongside
family wealth. He gained fame as years and there Is no apparent for them clearing the landof County, Florida of the building and between

to the Kissimmee an Arctic explorer and later as'I reed for their use In the foreseeable palmettos. the back of the building annd
Gazette: the boat.a-cade will come a statesman future, and Motion was made by Robinson and Though waves move across the tilt basketball court. Dr. Frank H. Platt
off on schedule, come low or Nansen was an early advocate WHEREAS, the continued exLstence seconded by Herbert surface of a lake or sea, the wa Each cottage will have two
high water They still plan to of the League of Nations after of the perpetual spoil unanimously carried to authorize ter Itself merely rises and Calls parking spaces 88 feet by 20
come down the river to Lake World War I. He did a tremenl!. Okeechobee and on to Clewlston dous job of rescuing people who entire area of such easements Walker road In Bassinger. back Into almost the same place they may park their cars away
Motion was made by Harvey,
We dont believe they are awareof were left without a country and from development by the fee unanimously
Herbert and
the condition of the river We devised the League of Nations owners of the lands Involved, and seconded by the
carried to accept
know it well from with an observation that he recojjnlzed .
pretty the lake
some very desirable 2 submit.
Tax Roll for 1961- as
the League of Nationsas
to the Tropical Fish and !
Camp which could be developed
only a step forward .But . ted by the Tax Assessor
few miles]
a beyond There
are for recreational and residential Motion was made by Robinson,
many places where they will I use is Involved in the areas in seconded by Herbert to hire Milton /llew SERKe0Di6fI1Gt
wade and pull their boats if theydont The Important thing is that it question aril Eby wnpe a5r1 ants
Is going forward and not that It I Richard Hare three days a ""., .
get more water When my I :NOW THEREFORE, be it re week at $10 per day until December
be imperfect and in
may great
short shaft 10 hp drags bottom need of correction I think this salved that the board of county 1, 1961 to do work at the New fieiTSIDl PICKUP
you can imagine what some of commissioners. of Okeechobee I cemeteries and his salary to be ?j s r ii Matt modern regain ofAimr
those big motors will do is true with everything we do. County, does hereby request the paid from the Road and Bridge I t i mo*pcpvttr pfcAup.at .
None of us Is so perfect we cannot I I
Corps of Engineers to releeasethe Robinson.
Fund Voting Yes -
WE WERE READING about expect our organizations and perpetual spoil easements of I and Raulerson.
Herbert Harvey
institutions to be prefect but If
steamboat service on the Klssjnmee Taylor Creek Projects in order Voting No Pearce.
river in the late we keep going forward even .
eighteen that the lands may be developedfor Motion was made by Hauler
hundreds and early nineteen hundreds though; it is merely a step forward -
recreation annd residential Robinson and
seconded by
. we are on the right son
recently Probably some use and unanimously carried to advertise
of the old tlmeerj around here I road BE IT FURTHER RESOLVEDthat for the purchase of one
remember when boats ran regularly copies of this resolution be Tractor-Mower for the Road and
from the lake to Basinger. MINUTES OF THE BOARDOF furnished the district engineer, Bridge Department
The article told of the maiden COUNTY COMMISSIONERS Corps of Engineers Jacksonville It was agreed by the Boardto
Hp of a 130 foot steam boat October 10, 1961 ) District: the Central and advertise that they would not e
called "Rig Bertha" In 1883. She The board of comity commls Southern Florida Flood Control hold their regular meeetlng Oc '
drew 3 feet 8 inches and becauseof sinners of Okeechobee County D;strict: Senator Spessard Hal tcber 24, 1961 due to the County
her length stuck several timeson Florida, met in regular session land: Senator George Smathers Commissioners Convention being
the 43.day trip from Fort convened Tuesday October 10, and Congressman Paul G Rogers held that week
lljers to Kissimmee You can't 1961 at 9 o'clock with the follown PASSED AND ADOPTED IN
look at the river now a nd visaa'lze I. members present: Commissioners REGULAR SESSION Convenedthis . "' "

steam boats running on it John F. Pearce, chair- 10th day of October. A.D., My Neighbors Gilbert'sChevrolet :, ..... ,
I man: R J. Robinson, H H 1961
WE THINK the boat.a-caders Raulerson, Charles W. Harvey, Charles McArthur appe.ared'bffore "
will change their minds about a and L. E. Herbert: Attorney W the board and asked if f I\'BrldnI Sh ,
few things. They plan to return L. Hendry: Sheriff J C. Mc. the county would pave the road ../. .f. Co. Inc. j
tp the river but we've got a Pherson and Deputy Clerk Gloria erxling to his dairy provided he'urmshed |m 4
bunch that If they make It down Ford. the oil. Motion was ,
they won't try to go back the The Minutes of the previous made by Commissioner Robin

same way. meeting were read and approv son, seconded by Commissioner
ed. Herbert and unanmmously carried trucks science
DID YOU happen to notice Motion was made by Commissioner for the county road crew todv q are a
that cool north wind Sunday Raulerson, seconded by o> the work if McArthur furnish
night? They say everyone talks Commissioner Herbert and un- es the oil.
about the weather but no one imously carried to adopt the following The hour of 10 o'clock having
does anything about It. We did. resolution: arrived the following forfeiture not a sideline
\\e stuck a match ot the gas RESOLUTION trucks were offered for public "...Is ft wash aced wear 7*
heater and threw a blanket on
the cot Just in case old man Owner engineering is the best way to describe our truck business. We'll want to know

Winter pays us an early visit JIM: .
tIN year we looked up our 7.: ..e... "..*. some.important. facts, Wore eve recommend. the,.Chevrolet. Truck fo;..your needs. .:.-L '" _'. ,; : ,
Jongies' and checked to see it 'J , .J / '" '. "'t. ". '.. -/.. ,
the trap doors were working. yours mostly a city, highway or off-the-roa operation? 'What average cargo weights

and sizes do you carry? Do you require a multli.purpose unit? Need specialized equip I
CASTRO should be getting quite,I ItILtE1IJ 11pI'II1j'
a lift from all the publicity he's ment Rest assured we'll help outline a personalized package that's the most econo ,
getting In U. S, news Almost as
much as Hitler got back in the mical, best suited for your particular uses. You also can count on our Parts and Service
30'. and 40'.. He reminds us ofa
-cocky little drunk that keeps Departments to take proper care of your truck-expertly, reasonably and in mini
heckling some big guy He keeps Iiift41
sticking out his chin and saying mum time. It's all part of our concern that Chevrolet Truck buyers remain satisfied

"Hit It. you big bully", And just with their investment throughout their own ership. So come in where Chevrolet Trucks
1.ke the big guy Uncle Sam Is going
to get tired of It some day, and owners are a specialty
arid smack !him down It couldn
happen to a nicer guy ,

WE HEARD some good advice Gulf : .
and so pass k on "If your wife
decides to learn to drive, don'titand
in her way".
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France,, In 1847. Since then, the
so-called ChaUeaa Man's tools
hav been collected over much \\ *
of Africa, Asia, and southwest.
ern Europe. But it was not until '
recently that a Challean Man's *
skull was discovered in East

Africa supported in an archeological by the National project ,;, ,,, ONLY Announcing. : The ReOpeningof

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..........News...., .Friday....,.October.......20,,..1961.....Page....5.. A CodeFor: lalltTHDAY'ARTY.. . celebratedher Rabies Gaining Fisheries To I The Florida State Fair in Tampa hilt and Mr*. RumC Mm
Bailey I gets underway on Feb. (, and daughter Devonne of Lagr,
Teenagers 74th birthday Sunday at her In Numbers Have ExhibitOn where again Pancho the porpoisewill I Indiana have been vlstttag Mr.
home. Mrs. Bailey has been a perform for the Mr .
SOCIETY I throngs. and Emerson E. Moore. The
-- Iy JOHN M. DICKSON resident of Okeechobee since The State Board of Health has TourErnest The Central Florida Fair will Sellers hope to make Ofceechobe

Chaplain I 1925, and has many friends here. advised pet owners especially open In Orlando on February 27 their bane,

J r.'.'.'....,........,...........,..,... One of the thorniest Those who spent the day with owners of hunting dogs -to Immunize Mitts, director, announced and will be followed by Sarasotaon Mrs Juanita Collier, Mr. C
the Division of
problems her Sunday were Mr. and Mrs.J. today Salt Water
parent. have to handle, so they S. Smith of Auburndale Mr. their animals quickly Fisheries Fair schedule for March 19. H. Shirling, Mrs. Wifcuro Law-
Joe Parrish
say, is that of giving their teenage 'and Mrs. J, H. and Mr. against rabies due to an Increas- the 1961-6J season Each year thousands and son and Miss Sylvia Bass went to
Calendar children Irg number of rabid raccoons in thousands of people young and Miami Friday. Mrs. Lawson and
Circle good advice with. Mrs. Edenfield and The department will have two
MeetsThe ana family
out founding like parent. A lIve. Florida. Dr James E Scatter. exhibits on the road at Fairs old alike get first hand Information Miss Bas remained for a week

Jo Parrish Cirde of the ly young teen ager In Dallas, day, director of the Division of throughout the State this year. about the fabulous Florida end visit with Miss Mary Lee

Methoodist church held its October 01 G'UeJlf Texas, may have simplified the : There's Not A Veterinary Public Health, said 30' Opening in Pensacola on Oct. fishing from the many Conserva Wither Mary Carlton of Fort

meeting Tuesday'evenlnc in problem when he prepared a day are required for Immuniza 16, the departments large exhibitof Lion Agents who staff the exhib Pierce was also a guest of Miss

the home of Mn. Ray Stiles. "Teen-Age Obde of Life", and Man That Can't lion to reach Its peak In an animal salt water specimen along with its as they appear in every section Withers over the week end.

The program was presented by Rebekah Lodge, Monday, 1:00: here are 'the suggestion he and so it Is very' Importantto literature pertaining to salt water of Florida during Fair time. Mr. and Mrs. William Preston
Mrs. Omar Hunt made Bc'ThrownThere have shots given as soon as visited In Miami over the week.
on Churches. p. m., IOOF. hall : fishing, staffed by Agents will be
For New Times. F. F. A., Monday, agriculture (1)) Don't let your parents possible. ready to tell their story to thous- : Mn Earnest Hudson, who underwent end.
The business! session was closed room, ':30 p. mQuarterback down. They brought you up. was a small flutter of The health official said there ands of viewers. surgery last Wednesday

by circle prayer. dub, Monday 7:30p. : (2)) Stop and think before you excitement at the county jail had been 30 cases of rabid coons Both exhibits will be In opera I at St. Mary' Hospital In West FEWER EAGLES

Mr. James S. Spooner was m., court houee. drink. Wednesday morning when a reported from 19 counties so far tion as Jacksonville and Tallahassee I Palm Beach, was returned to The bald eagle, adopted as anational

welcomed! as a new member. American Legion, Tuesday, Legion (3)) Ditch dirty thought before couple] of boys led in a saddled this year and that it is estimated Fairs run the last weekin her home here Saturday. She 1 Ie emblem of the United

Refreshments of cake, nuts, Hall, 8.00 p. m. they ditch you. horse they had found wandering there are 10 rabid wild animal October, reported recovering satisfactorily. States in 1782, is waning. Fewer

coke and coffee were served Fire Department Auxiliary, 8:00 141.> Showoff driving i juvenile. loose at lithe city limits. There for every one reported. If a wild The 1962 circuit will start with than 500 pairs survive south of

from the dining table decoratedIn Tuesday, Fire Station. Don t act your age! va considerable speculation on animal appears tame and does Palmetto on January 22, follow- Mrs. Qui hie Hazelllef and son Canada. For years they were

the Halowe'en motif. Present Rotary Club, 12:IS Tuesday at (!) B* smart; obey. You'll give what might have happened. not run away, stay completelyout el by West Palm Beach and Fort Joe were in West Palm Beach hunted for bounty. Now federal
were Mesdames Neil Rucks, Sutton the Lakeshore restaurant. orders yourself someday. Someone called the Okeechobee of Its way for rabid animals Myers. Monday afternoon. law protects them.

Rucks, Cater Lee, Frank JayCees, Tuesday at the Pal. (6)) Choose your friends care News and advised them to standby lose their sense of fear.

Platt Bill Hendry. Jesse Wat metto Restaurant, 7:00: p. m. fully. You are what they are. for further developments.A Only 22 rabid coons were re

ford, Jack Wolff and Joe Gal. Lions Club, seconl and fourth (7)) Choose a date lit for a News reporter drove to the ported for the whole of last year.

biaith. Thursdays at 7:30: at' the Southland mate. jail arriving at the same time a In all, 37 rabid animals were re
Hotel. (8)) Don't go steady unless cowboy came walking In, favorIng ported: 3 dogs, 1 fox, 6 cats, 4
I bats and 1 WE HAVE
the the side and cow
Woman's Club Thursday at the you're ready leg on gee ,
Jean Shcphard I Club House, 7:30: p. m (t) Go to church regularly. God carrying a rope. A couple questions The reason for the upsurge in '
is believedto
reported coon cases
Fine Art Club, Thursday, 4:00p. : gives you a week. Give Him backan cleared up the mystery,
Circle MeetsThe I Seems that be an Increase In the breed'spopulation.
m., members homes. hour. the fellow was break.
Jean Shepherd Circle of ((10)! Live carefully. The soul Ing the horse to ride. He and
There have been no deaths
the First Baptist Church met : you save may be your own the horse parted company. The MOVED
from rabies In Florida since 1948
Tuseday afternoon with Mrs. J. Church Notes boys found the horse before be but In recent years an average of

O. Pearce, Sr. As a devotional CHURCH OP OUR SAVIOUR, McNeil Circle did about 400 persons are given the
Mn. Pearce gave a talk on pray. EPISCOPAL painful and potentially dangerous

er and progressive steps of Christian Father Gorge Cave Met With JailedLee treatment yearly much of it un .

life.Circle Sunday, 8 and 10 said,
a. m. a. m, necessary, Dr. Scatterday
officers for the coming service of Holy Communion. Mrs. WatfordThe Edward Monroe was picked because the biting animal had

year were elected and the work Wednesdays and Holy Days, up by deputy sheriff John not been penned and isolated for WE ARE NOW IN OUR NEW BUILDINGON
Sear was planned.Refreshments 8am. McNeil Circle of the Methodist Collier and charged with petit 111 to 14 days.

were served to Church met Tuesday afternoon larceny Monday morning "A stray animal which bites NORTH PARROTT AVENUE AT THE
Mesdames B. H Moon, Louise ASSEMBLY OF GOD CHURCH Oct. 10 at the home of Monroe was accused of steal. and disappears leaves a physicianwith

Hitchcock, Merida Raulerson, Rtv. A. P, Jensen Mrs. Alto Watford for their reg. Ing an electric drill from Eddie's no recourse but to treat for

Susie Sigmund, C, R. Bibb, G. C. Sunday School, 1:45: p m. ular monthly meeting. Supermarket in east Okeechobee. rabies," he said. He pointed out, RAILROAD.DUE .

Durrarce, R. E, Hamrlck, 0. S. C. A. (Youth) 7:30: pin Tuesday The program was given by Mrs however, that saliva from a rabid

Jeffers, Merle demons, Ralph Evening. Enola Elledge and was followed VISITS PARENTSCol. dog can do no danger unless

Harper, Irvin Register, Clifford Morning Worship, 11:00 am. by the business session.. Many and Mrs. Robert V. Link there is a cut so that it can enter

Arant and Merle Lamb. Evaneglifitic Rally 7:30 p.m. Important Items were discussedand of Jacksonville spent last weekend the blood stream and nervous sys TO UNFORSEEN DIFFICULTIES OUR
among them, plans for a
Wednesday Prayer Meeting and
with his parents, Mr. and

Mrs. Boromei Bible Study 7:30 p.m. rummage sale.Refreshments. of Iced tea and Mrs. R. E. Link. While here, Col. tem.Bites are reportable Scatterday under said the the SHOW ROOM WAS NOT FINISHED ON
Link and Vernon Reeves went law, and Dr.
THE CHURCH OF GOD cake were served to Mesdames and the dropIn
fishing returning! withan absence of deaths
Honored Wed.Mrs. Rev Dewey Herndon Vernon Reeves H. A. Proctor, on a pound catfish and several rabies treatments in recent SCHEDULE. IT WILL BE A FEW MORE DAYS

Gino Boromel was honored Sunday School, 10:0: Oa. m. Martha Clark, J. R. Minehan, Sr., bass. years is due to better reportingof

I at a surprise birthday luncheon Worship Service, 11:00 a. m. Enola sledge, Alto Watford, Sr., bites. He said the rabies treat. BEFORE IT IS READY. WE HAVE MODERN

i on Wednesday at the horn Evangelistic Service, Sunday evening John Relchert, Jess P. Watford, FUTURE RESIDENTSMr ment is one of the few In humans

. of Mrs. Rose Boromei.\ The luncheon 7:00 p. m. R. L. Burgess, D. R. McNeil and and Mrs. Anton P. Jensen in which vaccination is made after HEATERS
given by friends was a com- Prayer Service, Tuesday evening Miss Joe Parrish. Sr., of Elizabeth, N. J., and exposure and "so it'* a race

plete surprise to the honored 7:30.Youth: Mist Virginia Jensen are visiting between the Incubation period
guest. Service, Tuesday, 730. Circle To Have Rev. and Mrs. Anton P. Jenson. and the ability of the patient to AND YOU MAY SEE THEM ANYTIME,

Attending were Mrs. W. R. Young People' meeting each I The elder Jensens who have develop Immunnity. The disease

Strickland, Mr*. Delores Coker, Thursday evening at 7:30.: Toy PartyThe visited here on previous occa has been found to be 100 per cent HOWEVER AT

Mrs. Mike Catanzaro. Mrs. Vin. Jo Parrish Circle of the slows, plan to move to Okeecho fatal once it reaches the nervous ,

cent Boromei, Mrs. Warren Pre. FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Methodist church is sponsoring! bee. system.
viile, Mrs. Buddy Sage, Mrs. Cooper Marshall, Pastor
a Toy Party In the annex of the .
ROM BorooMi and Mn. John Sunday School ?....M 9:45 p.m.
Woeehp church .Thursday Oct. 26 at 7:30.:
Wendt. Moraine U:00 am.
Training Union .......... 680: p.m. The public to Invited and will: Jungle' SafariTalking ;
b* given an opportunity to select ,
InI'.WonhIp ?.39
TEEN TOWN' W---, eNnc'* \ "pm." and buy: .toys it thfe,tta o.';.' 1 ', .' t, .1.\1. .'tt";*>. ., '" \' GLADES .
Prayer ............ 7:30: p.m. DollsPuppets .' -
TO HOLD ... .
Mrs. OlIn Godwin and Mrs. Leroy 1. -

Saturday evening for out-of-
I The Teen-Town Club will hold Damon B. Wtlkr, Pester
town officials and guests who
their Hallowe'en Party on Tuesda Sunday School 10 a. m. took part in the Miss Flame con HopkinsPOST N. PARROTT AVE. PHONE RO 2.5301 OKEECHOBEE, FLA.
" )', Oct. 31 from 7:30 to 10:30et Morning Worship Service, 11. '
test Saturday. Among those at.
the Teen Center.: Training Union, Sunday evening
tending were Mr. and Mrs.
The party i* foe members only, e 30 p. m.
George Mason and sons of Lake-
end all plans for the party are Sunday evening worship services
lend, Mr. and Mrs. Dick Seitnerof
being made by the members. 7:30.Wednesday. WHERE?
I Eaugallie, Mr. and Mrs. PhIl.
Committee have been chosen evening worship
Up Hughes and Miss Mary Jane
and are as follows\ : services, 7:30.iith4: .
Hughes of Scoring Mr and Mrs. ASSEMBLY OF GOD
Briney( and children Carol and

Steve and Mr. and Mrs. .Godwin .
and children Jimmy and Ann. ATTENTION RANCHERS h


7. BOBBY RAY YATESA Mr, and Mrs. Elmer Pearce of Oct. 22-29 7:30 P.M.

son Bobby Ray, was born of Orlando visited Mr. Matt

ah Ci October 12 at the local hospitalto Pearce his mother, at the Dunk- AND"DAIRYMEN
Mr, and Mr. Ingram Yates. lin Rest Home on Sunday. C. L. EVERY NIGHT EXCEPT SATURDAY

The baby weighed 7 pounds and Ryal of West Palm Beach visIted WITH I
9 ounces at birth. Mrs. Melanie Higgenbotham

over the week end.
Food: chairman, Sharon Roberts Donations were candy from
Janet Lynn Is the name Mr. Bettie Nix, pies by Selma Draw-
; Sue Clay; V.ERO BEACH
and Mrs. Nathan Platt have
Decoration, Johnnie Ruth Brette dy, lime by Velma Hayes and
chosen for their daughter born
Mrs. Clayton White brought a
Cleannup, Flynn
Mosley. October 12 at the Louisiana Rau. shift for Billy Elkins.
ion member of the club will
Hospital. Janet Lynn
be contacted by one of the chairmen -
weighed J J
eight pounds 14 ounces.
and asked to help In someway

The members are asked to
and Mr. Reginald Sheltra ,
wear costumes and prizes will be
of Indiantown are parents of a
given for the best costumes. daughter born October 13 at, the Get cattle wormed the quick and
The admission and refreshments your easy,
Okeechobee hospital. The 7 pound
are free, but please bring YOUNG AGES SHOP
four ounce girl was named Donme
money to buy your Cokes. Every Rae.ANTHONEY. economical way. Use COMBINATION DRENCH

member is urged to come and

join in the fun. NEWELL, JR. OF OKEECHOBEE phenothiazine and hexachlorethane already
If any member Is not contacted
Mr and Mrs. Anthoney Newell
In person by someone on the of Indiantown are parentsof dose with
committee please call Sharon blended. Just give a 12 oz. a handy
a six pound 15 ounce boy Anthcney. -
Roberts at RO 3-3855 or :Mrs. 'I Jr. Oct. 14 at the
Holt at RO 33518.Golden hospital here., o'erM 12 oz. dose gun, which are also available at

Circle I JAMES L. RAULERSON, JR. our store. Or if you prefer we have the separate

An eight-pound boy was born

Meets With October 19 at the Louisiana Rau. RI blends. We are jobbers for the Florida
larson Hospital to Mr. and Mr.
Mrs Holley James L. Raulerson The baby

The monthly meeting of the was named James Lacy, Jr. Chemical Industries Inc. so we can pass on big

Golden Circle Sunday School
class of the First Baptist church PAMELA JANE GILBERTA savings to you on these and many other prod
daughter, Pamela Jane, was
was held at the home of Mn.
Jimmy Holley. born October IS at the hospital
The meeting was opened by here to Mr. and Mrs. Brad Thornai
Gilbert. The little girl weighed I 1
a devotional given by Mrs. Hoi-! '. e rjl
Icy entitled "Learning In Christ's 6 pounds IMi ounces. 1 Y

School". r
Several small items of business TWIN BOYS

were discussed and a committee Mr. and Mrs. Charles Sherman

appointed to plan a social for McDugald are parent of twin 1
this month. The business meet. boys born October li at the Louisiana .

ing was closed with prayer. : Raulerson Hospital. Clark
I Sherman weighed 4 pounds 4% BROWARDGrain
Refreshment of Jello, cookies,
I .
cckes and coffee were served to ounces at birth, and Craig Steven

Christine Whitfeld, Evalyn weighed 3 pounds 1'>1 ounces.

Creech. Maybelllne Creech, Wiltna McDugald Is employed at the

Williams, Mary Ann Bryant, Florida School for Boy at Okee-

Barbara CoUlns, Judy Mobley, i cbobee. & Supply Co. Inc:

Sharon Gaughon Pat Louise William 1 ,
*, Cheri Raulerson, La Vaun 1 Mr and Mrs. Glen Harned attended YOUNG AGES

Cone and Delores Holley. I a house party at the SAL RAILROAD t US 441
I home of Mr. and Mr. Thomas CHILDRENS SHOPHUBERT .

Mrs. John Stanley left Sunday 'Sloan at Cow Creek Ranch on OKEECHOBEE, FLORIDAOkeechob "'""

fw El Sobranto, California; to be I Okeechobee Road Fort Pierce,
with her daughter, who i* to unekrgo -I over the weekend. The party was THOMAS OWNERS GLADYS JOURNIGAN

major surgery this, week. i I la honor of Mr. Sloan'* birthday

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have got," I yelled. you'll catch them on live baitor necessary valves and SEAL) HAYNES E. WILLIAMS
Okeechcbee News, Friday, Oct. 13, 1961 Pape I controls lo Okeechobee, Florida
"Hold your horses. I'm going jigs either one, in Government operate: G. C. DURRANCE Attest: Clerk Circuit Court
to give you some bait that you Cut. Shell crackers and 1. A side mounted mower Attorney for Plaintiff LORENASPTVEY Okeechobee County, FloridaSEAL
can catch fish with", he said blue gill are taking flies right with hydraulic blade Box 699Okeechobee City CorkOkeechcobee ( )
And then dumped about 100 anemic well in the river. control 5'
Florida Florida G. C. Durrance
HOOK LYIN' looking crickets no bluer t A rear mounted rotary Pub. Oct 20, 27; Nov. S, 10, 1061 Pub. Oct. 20, 27, Nov. S, 1961 Attorney for Plaintiff
than a yearling house fly In BASS FISHING has perhaps\ mower of 60" or greater The Okeechobee News The Okeechobee NewsIN Okeechobee, Florida!

our box. perked up somewhat. Lake fIsh' capacity with gear TWO YEARS OLD Pub. Oct. 20, 27; Nov. S, 10, 1861
T e AND LUREBy tog has pdckel up considerable. driven blades and chain Karen Williamson, daughter: of THE CIRCUIT COURT IN The Okeechobee News.
FEW PEOPLE know how to Kelly],! at Camp Okeesimmee! reports guards on all sides, ten. Mr, and Mrs. Frank Williamson, AND FOR OKEECHOBEH ,
fish with crickets. Yon don't good action In the lake she strength of 88,000 Jr., celebrated her stcond birth. COUNTY, FLORIDA. Cone To Serve
1 catch many fish en those big from the river to Tin Cove Shack lbs per square Inch or day at her home October 17. CHANCERY NON. ISM
ByEMERSON ones. They Just tear them apart" and around Kings' Pass. Thedon't greater in Gear Head Friends were served cake and NOTICE TO APPEARTO As Exec. OfficerLester
41 he ex;>talned. He said he'd seen seem to be
E. MOORE running too bl. The bid shall\ be for: juice. : Rhoda Whldden
a lot of people making the same .2 to 4 pounds, class, dive Bar. One Tractor as described r 411 Pelican Avenue W... Cone of Okeecho
mistake we were. No he dddn' low repodts fewer strikes but One Side Mounted Sickle Algiers, LouisianaYou bee, a student it Stetson University -
tell them he saId. If they knew tome big ones at Barlow's Cam Mower NOTICE OF APPLICATIONFOR are hereby notified that has been named a com
SPORTS AFIELD says, if you WE KNEW bluegilis were takIng how to fish. they'd soon ruin his One 3 Point Mounted Ro TAX DEEDS a suit for divorce has been pany execution officer in the
Ire not familiar with the fishing! crickets in otter lakes so we lake. WE STILL take some from the tary Mower .c. 1M.U F. S. brought against you by your husband urlversity's, ROTC battle group

in an area, ask a native fisher. caught a bunch of the nicest fat. river wishing, top water. One Bids to be quoted with and NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, Egbert W. WhIdden, in the Stetson University's ROTC
man. He'll tell you where to fish test one we could find and wentto "WHY ARE you telling us?" we river fishing top water. One without the trade-In of International that FRANK/ PLATT, the holder Circuit Court in and for Okee Bsttlegroup for 1961-62 is the
end what bait to use. This may this lake We'd fished for hours asked. 7V4 pounder last week. WDR9 and Loader. Said of the following certificates has chobee County, Florida, and that largest voluntary corps in Stet
sometimes work to a certain ex and hadn't caught a fish when "Well, I've sold the farm" he equipment may be seen at filed said certificates for a tax you are hereby required to file son's history. It is made up of 24
tent. Often you will get helpful he noticed an old fellow in a boat pointed to a bumMing at the County Barn. deed to be !Issued thereon. The your answer or other pleading In sendoors, 34 juniors, 74 sophomores
hints but lon't expect any fisherman drifting down the lake. Every east end of the lake. "Going to LEGALSLEGAL Said bids to be opened In certificate! numbers and years of the office of the Clerk of the said and 168 freshmen totaling
to tell you of his favorite little bit he'd pull out a big (and Chicago to live with our daughter NOTICETO County Commissioners the Issuance, the description of the Circuit Court, on or before the 300 men, according to Lt. Call!

fishing spots. He'll only do It we mean big) bluegill. Whenhe next week. Probably won't WHOM IT MAY CONCERN Courthouse, Okeechobee Room property, and the names In which 20th day of November, 1961, and Harry Apgar chairman of the
when lie is through with It. came even to where we were fish this lake anymore. Someone You will take notice that the: Florida, Tuesday, November County 14,, It was assessed are as follows: furnish a copy of said pleadingto military science and tactics de
anchored be naturally asked us ought to know how. Now pull Certificate No. 7 .
Board of County CommIssioners 1961 at 10 o'clock a. m G. C. Durrance. P. 0. Box partment.ODD
how we were doing. We told hIm. up your anchor, drift and fish Year of Issuance 1969 _
FOR EXAMPLE We used of Okeechobee County, Florida, The Board reserves the right to 695, Okeechobee Florida, attorney
to fish a small lake in the winter ahead 12 to 15 foot deep. upon request of Lee Hillis, will reject any and all bids. Description of Property: Lot for the Plaintiff. MAP
end catch really nice bluegill. WHAT ARE you using for bait? at 10:30 o'clock A. M. on the 14th JOHN: F PEARCE 8, Block A, Lakeview Sub-Di! Wherein fail not, or decree pro Among all the flags ot the
We tried it time after time In he asked. We told him crickets. WE DID, and we caught fish day of November, 1961, at the Chairman, Board of vision. confesso will be entered against United Nations, only that of Cy.
summer and though we knew "right bait" he said. He driftedup Plenty of them. That was back County Commission Room, Okee County Commissioner Name in which assessed you. pdus bears a map of the country.
there to boat. "Let me see In Indiana, but the same thing Clyde Becker. ----
they were we could not our chobee County Courthouse, con. Okeechobee County,
get the big ones We tried all them" We handed him our holds true here. This is cricket alder and determine whether or Florida. All of said property being in

kids of baits fished every way crIcket box. He took one look time, for pan fish, and small not the County will vacate, dis Attest tho County of Okeechobee, State
we could think of Septemberand at our big fat crickets and dump. ones are best. By the same continue and close certain portion Haynes E. Williams of Florida.
October are excellent cricket ed them in the lake. token, if you fly fish a tiny fly of road, more particularly Clerk, Board of Unless such certificate or certificates
months there* and here). I "Hey, that's all the bait we will catch more fish than a larger described as follows: County Commissioners shall be redeemed according
to law the property de
one. That part of Old Quay i Okeechobee County, Florida scribed In such certificate or certificates
Road lying East of the for. Publish October 20, 27, 1961
LOTS OF There will be sold to the highest I
probably a neweconomy
specs The
Road \ Okeechobee News
lying\ East of the former II
aren't running as strong bidder at the court house II I
but abandoned
CENTRAL ELECTRICAND right here as they are in the Florida East Coast Railroad IN THE CIRCUIT COURT IN door on the first Monday in the I
Canal Point and Pahokeee area: AND FOR OKEECHOBEE Month of December, 1961, which
right of in the
but there are a lot of them way COUNTY, STATE OP FLOR Is the 4th day of December, 1961.
East half of Section 12,
GAS COMPANYNOW around and they are running Township 34 South Range IDA. CHANCERY NO. 1.76. 1961.Dated this 18th day of October, tire !
People around here don't
35 East and In the North
to too much excited about HAYNES E. WILLIAMS
half of Sections 17, and
STOCKS them till cold weather but will Plaintiffvs. Clerk of Circuit. Court
18 of Township 34 South,
lay you odds that if you try Range 36 East. Okeechobee County, Florida Pay a 1 Llttlel
A COMPLETE LINE OF Persons interested GEORGE PKTERWGDefendant Pub. Oct. 20, 27; Nov. 3, 10, 1961 Get a Lot W
may appear The Okeechobee News. The 3-TanThaisdais
and be heard at the time and economy from
flowChristien place above specified. NOTICE TO APPEAR t NYLON ALl.WEATHER
ElectricalSupplies JOHN F. PEARCE TO: George Pickering NOTICE road t0 rim wrath this
Science Chairman, Board of Residence Unknown NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN nw Coodyeo Ny-
He.li County Commissioners You are hereby notified thata that the City Council of the City Ion By "a lot"" w.me'an e 8 8

Okeechobee County, suit for divorce has beenn tiled of Okeechcobee, Florida, will re S.T Nylon 'IICIStripletempered $12
Florida in the Circuit Court of Okeecho ceive sealed bide for the purchaseof cor STAU

Attest: bee County, Florida, against you : that's tough :
TV CUfvwl 4 luMity l.tt: am HAYNES WILLIAMS by your wife, Thorns Pickering, A Special Police car, 4- And a tread unsigned ;So::,
AND and that door, Heater, Turn Signal to really
Station Sundays Clerk Circuit Court you are hereby requiredto Put
WSWN 12:45: p.m. Okeechobee County, Florida appear and file your Answer or Backup Lights. SpotLight stretch mileage.car .
Publish October 20, 1961 other pleading in the office of Automatic Transmission 'em on your movei low /
FixturesEVERYTHING The Okeechobee News the Clerk of the Circuit Court of 80 amp low cut It's a smart as at's1,2S wotakly

Clve Yaw Mome Stybl Okeechobee County, Florida, and In generator, black with
d IN THE LEGAL NOTICE serve a copy of said pleadingon white top.
ELECTRICAL LINE NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN G. C. Durrance, P. 0. Box Said bids will be opened in the GOOD/YEAR "

that the Board of County Comtnualonen 6M, Okeechobee.: Florida, Attorney Council Chamber in the City Hall \I
0 a ot Okeediobee Oouny. for Plaintiff on or before In OkeacbobM, Florida, at 7:*, MOM MOMS RIM ON OOOArSAe tiMA tU4M AMV --
FASHIONAwNe40S Florida will receive sealed the 30th day of November, 1961. P. M. Tuesday, November 7, 1961.
V bids for the purchase of the fol. Herein fall not or Decree Pro The Council reserves the right to
New Fixtures will beautify lowing equipment: I Confesso: will be entered against reject any and all bids. GILBERT'SSERVICE ,w

a DOda1400DSe One International No. 240 :you as In such cases provided. CLAUDE GARDNER
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Okeeehobee News, Friday, October 20, 1961 Page 7 I sent so far has no General Development Properties *ill be opened In Ka. men's Toronto, Can., branch, located Competition For I for just about anyone to go just practicing: courtesy, politenessand

Corporation representatives rachl, Pakistan and New Delhi, at 860 Bayview Avenue. about anywhere It Is as easy today the real feandng of the word

I Development Co. operate In Pakistan and India. in residence. General De India, Mr. Muzaffer said They recently visited General's Tourist DollarIs for the New Yorker to take and the real meaning of the
The nation'i largest community velopment's first Far East franchise Their market is some 1S,(000)()( Miami headquarters and toured his two-week vacation to Europe, word "Welcome". They are increasing -

Moves To Their builder of such goes to Sunshine Properties, Canadian and American techniclans G the Florida properties they will Keen Hawaii, the Bahamas or Alaska their advertising and
preplanned Ltd, located: at 8 Davis Road, engineers, diplomats, troops, sell in the Far East. as it 1 11 to take it la Florida. promotion and Im here to tell
Fourth FieldGeneral Florida cities as Port Charlotte, Lahore, West Pakistan. missionaries and businessmei! RUSSELL
KAY These
y competitors are eager you they are getting results.
Port St Lucie and Port Malabar, I It if operated as a partnershipby living in Pakistan and India. .
>eavers They have gotten a You as an individual can help
Development Corpora. already la widely represented in Naseem Muzaffer, a native of Muzaffer, who Is an engine r Swamp Buggy While Florida Is a lovely vacation taste of this tourist business and by being courteous, by encouraging -
Lion moved Into a fourth contl Western Europe, Latin America West Pakistan, and Ernest Dal. and British citizen, and Dalto spot that atUacta million .
they like it. They are working our officials to step up promotion
vent today with establishment of and throughout North America ton, a Toronto, Can, real estate formed their partnership while Races At Naples of tourist dollars each year, like mad to Improve their increased
accomodations by : -
Its first agency In the Orient to Only Australia among the conti broker. Branches of Sunshine working for General Develop' we should realize that there are
On November 5 many others. Competition for the and service They advertising budgets Let's relight
are catering to the little fellow our "Welcome" signs! and
tourist dollar la getting keener
You may call it the Swamp every year. as well as the tycoon They are really mean it.

Buggy Derby of Gumbo Handicapfor If Florida Is to hold her favored -
plain, dirty! glue-like cypress position It Is s
swamp gumbo' comprises the thai, Floridians realize imperative what the DON T WAIT until it's TOO LATE

track over which! Florida swamp tourist industry means to !them ieliesteslMli

Used V SALERECONDITIONED buggies race each year. Consider the fact that nearly 15
Held annually near Naples,
this per cent of Florida's tax revenue The time to 'Insure
mud-slinging affair l highlights comes: from tourism, which! is
the unique three-day November the state's large industry. fi against fire I Is
celebration held as a
curtain raiser to the hunting sea. Last year our visitors spent a l before It happensIf
AND total of V7e7W2483. In addlUion 4i
ton In Southwest Florida I
to paying over $78000000 in direct .
This year's celebration is scheduled and when fire strikes
taxes they contributed to
GUARANTEED SETS for Nov. M with the I the state's economy by helping t your home, it will be too
buggy for the
swamp races set
to pay the salaries of thousands late to check your insurance :'
afternoon of the final day. More I .
$8995 than 5000 persons will be on I employees who serve them in to see if it's adequate
Prices From -$3995 to one way or another.
hand to watch the swamp buggies While Urge of to cover your loss..
\. battle mud, time, other machines a percentage
and more mud. the money they spend Is for food The only way to protect

$599S '8996 and lodging, they spend large Is your Insurance financially is to
New Set Warranty on to The buggies are divided into nuns for merchandise and servco.1 In line yourself
classes according to their pow. coverage get the right coverage ,
They purchase ,
er plants ((4 to S cylinders), and clothing with today's valueof
jewelry, cosmetics, drugs,
type of drives ((2 or 4 wheel), dry. your property?
cleaning and laundery, taxis, utilities
and the Derby consists of a series
nr r--- J of class heats with an unrestricted and in many other ways
pour millions of dollars into Florida Leonard
free-for-all between heat tills. BergerINSURANCE
winners determining the Swamp
U Florida were to lose this
I Buggy King
lucrative Income you would be

called upon to pay a lot more FIRE-AUTO-CASUALTY-BONDS
Corporation'sReport taxes !than you do now Unemployment Okeschobeo County Bank Building

r r a k GivenNational would take a sharp Phone RO 27441
rue and every man, woman and
AwardGeneral child: would feel the effect in Increased
J living costs and in many

.1.1j Development Corpora- other way Many noted, motels,
.1I I tion's 1960 annual report to its restaurants and business establishments -

,1 t stockholders has been selectedfor would be forced to RAULERSON'SGROCERY
a second: place award in the close. Real estate values would

nationwide Annual Report Survey drop and the overall picture

sponsored by Financial World wouldn't be very pretty

.arr"M"a magazine. Why am I telling you this? Because & MARKET
More than 5000 publicly-held I .am concerned about

f pl "iV1fyiG corporations submitted their annual Florida's future. I feel it ia a AnnouncingA
reports to the Financial matter that Floridian
World board of judges in the 21st should understand and be equally New Service For CustomersIn

annual survey.General concerned about.
y .,/, p'1i.t Development's report Times world an effort to serve our customers better,
11.Y.1'llY1etpy. \ p, """ +4n7.M are changing con'ditloni
\.VNNNaIp'7/ D
; ,gR YA "'r'N b7gIY'V / .,dr' ', kk MaaW'"trk. p took second place in the Real Estate are different: Unless. we we have employed Mr. George Butts to

l i 'l.Iy7 ,! N a J'. Yayuy.. Mal ) '3'w u. ,.'., ami-based Hotel classification company, the The nation'sbiggest Mi sis aware of our problem and work In our Meat Department
stay on our toes we can lose our
:y MI47Jl4y1'l 1 1'1'TLL',I' y NrmSp d ii 1 1"I' community developmentfirm tourist revenue or a good portionof Cheek with us about our beef processingplan.
I 1.'Ift 4 D 1lyl'",hlyv4N.... w.' ,Yw t/. yi P 1'j wll Ireceive its award October certificate 30 it. We will process your beef, or order
'/ at a banquet One thing I have' learned tony select Florida western beef for
i ei rrRliB.. ., in New York's Statler Hilton Ho- travels is that we are being or you.

4 tel.The 28.page General Development challenged today ac never before We are improving our facilities in orderto
Other tourist areas are flexing for In
featuring full-colo prepare processed meat placing
r i t u l;; : ,, ; are work and a separate financ!. their muscles and going all out to the freezer. We also will continue to process
, h41 ,0 ) take as many of these tourist
r al I statement booklet was judgedon
dollars away from us as they beef and let you wrap It yourself.
the basis of production quality ]
can. New vacation spots are being .
art work, format and content.
developed all over the world ALL MEAT IS CUT
ONE ,YEAR ON PICTURE TUBE f K-.. It was prepared by John F. Bonner .. that will give us fierce competWon. .
General Development's d
90 DAYS FREE PARTS 30 DAYS FREE LABOR rector of corporate relations, and I/I you. think, -w. have tourists TO YOUR ORDER '
4. . produced by the William M. Spire 4
Agency of Coral Gables. In Florida you ought to see Hawaii
Chairman of the. Financial and Alaska Jet travel at

ALSO World award jury Is Dr. Joseph low fares Is making it possible

H. Taggart, dean of the New
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Pag S OkmhebM News, Friday, October 20, 1961'I FBS To Host Area IV Meeting of'war. Everyone!: returned to Almost 18 construction: West Coast Intra-, *">RD OF THANKS

I I their camps and taps was sound. coastal Waterway, $1,000,000 for ant to thank all my friends
,. Of Juvenile Court Judges Asso. ed. Million For coastal Waterway, $1000,00 for fo. the many deeds of kindness

Sunday morning everyone attended construction; Port Everglades, I while I was in the hospital, I
The Florida School for Boys the various Women's Clubs in the formal church service Flood Control $2200000 for construction; Port I shall always be grateful for the
will be host for the area IV the Immediate region. in which the entire group took of Palm Beach, $38,000 for planning prayers, visits, flowers, telephone
meeting of the Juvenile Court Co-chairmen of the group are part. There was Bible reading, Congressman Paul G, Rogersof ; Palm Beach Sand Transfer I calls that came to me while I
Judges Association of the Mete W R. Culbreath, judge of the singing, memorized Bible verses today announced tthe final Plant, $3400 for reimburse I was ill.Especially.
vgr ' on Tuesday, Nov. 7. Also ached. Juvenile Court of Dade County, and prayer was offered by several passage of the 1961 Publics ment to local interest; Fort I do I want to thank
uled to be present at this conference and Evans Crary, Jr of the boys. Works
Judge of : Appropriations bill. This Pierce, $16,250 for beach erosion Dr Mills for his Interest In my
are representatives from the Juvenile Court of Martin The course was finished follow. .action now makes funds available study; Naples, $20,000 for I case and working with the Doc.

County log the services, and Lou Mims, for studies aand Improve blather $25,000 for hurricane I tort of West Palm Beach Also
There will alternately presideover the district chairman, awarded ments onhe!/ nations rivers, studies; Hendry County, $7,000 wish to thank the Okeechobee
Glades Gas the various discussions and the certificates and congratulated harbors, and various public lot flood control 1 study; Martin hospital staff
Coker G, E, Bryant Jr, Judge of the each of the boys attending lands County, $60,000 for flood control p, P. Evans ana family.
Buys Okeechobee Juvenile Court of
Okeedhobee will act in the Troops other than Okeechobee The projects receiving funds study; St. Lucle Inlet, $11,200,
Gas Co.The achy of host. cap Troop 480 attending were Pa- are: for navigation study
s vF Some of the topics to be hokee, Fort Drum, Belle Glade, Central and South Florida This legislation is now availing The only way to entertain some
+F n Coker Gas and Electric wffl be the presentationof considered Clewlston and the Florida School Flood Control, $13,750,000 for the President's signature, folks is to listen to them -Kin

Company of Okeechobee has accepted the proposed legislation for for Boys at Okeechobee. construction; East Coast Inlra- prior to becoming law, Hubbard

I purchase terms offeredby a state after-care program and
.. the Glades Gas Company anda and over-n view of the newly
Two of Okeechobee's oldest residents, Aunt Matt merger of the two operations Incorporated Florida Juvenile

Pearce and Uncle Billy Elkins, recently observed under 1M Glades Gas banner Court Foundation Luncheon will
their eighty.fourth birthdays. Both are residents of will occur in the rear future. Bill be served in the West Wing of 4

the Dunklin Rest Home here, where they are cared Presley, who has been managerof the white boy'a cafeteria, and t tU
the Coker Gas Company, will in
for by Mrs. Jamie Platt, supervisor. They are also assist in the transition. of afternoon the an inspectiontour rII
the oldest members of the rest home family Mrs. Coker, who operates from Wau- will be campus conducted.

Pearce having been there four years, Elkins, five chula] said the reason for selling ..1

The rest home is filled to capacity, Mn. Platt says, was because K was too far Green Bar
for him to give the business the
with nine residents. Others are Junia Dreese, \
attention an operation of this
Melanie Waldron Lydia Stan. Boy Scouts
Higginbotham, Mary sire needs. He gave Presley cred;
berry,Jesse Wilson, Elmer Chance and Willie Cuthill. it for building the business to Us. Training CourseThe

present proportions Presley
management of Coker Gas Green Bar members or
I ProclamationI I when they purchased the Lakeshore officers from all Troops in the
Gas Company from him in Glades District held a Training
May of this year Course September 30 and Oct. 1
UNITED NATIONS DAY, 1M1 Vernon L. Dexter and Dan McCarthy at Camp Sudbrock at Fort Drum
PROCLAMATION HOSPITAL took over the management Troop 480 members Weis En-
and operation of the Glades Gas finger Olin Willis, Mike Presley .
WHEREAS the United Nations NEWS Company upon the retirement of Darrell Enfinger, William
has clearly demonstrated its ca D. B. McCarthy the first of June Miles, Timothy Harden Bobby
parity to act as a force ,for Patients released from the Louisiana this year. New showroom and of- I Dean, Cliff Simonds, Allen Holmes,
peace and human advancement, Raulerson Hospital from fires were built at the bulk plant Michael Jacke, Kent Bell, Ben
and bas provided a dynamic spirit Oct 12 through Oct 18 include! on north Parrott Avenue The 1 Dixon and Scoutmaster Russell
which! is leading the nations a( Keith Mitchell, Charlene Newell offices were opened there last Douglas arrived at camp Saturday -
the world along the road to hu and baby boy, Louise Bates, Dorothy week and the show room will morning
man progress; and Biythe and Connie Sheltra soon be ready for occupancy, After all Troops set up camp
WHEREAS the United Nations and baby girl, all residents of Bob Myers, formerly of New and it quit raining the training
k available to assist all nations Indiantown; Mary Richey, Mar.gory York, will assume managementof sessions got under way. Mr. Lewis FIOt1OLfldj
and people to their efforts to Yates and baby boy; Dar the new operation. He has had and his assistants were the
combat !hunger, disease, and fe- lane Platt and beby girl, Ora several years experience in gas instructors for this course. It was NEW
pair; andWf1ERZAS Leo Bennett, Sarah Gilbert, Lena ales and service: Dexter said. based mainly on how to run a
the United State ilcDugald and LaVaune Cone, Speaking of a leading competf- patrol and the troop and the
strongly supportts the United Also: dismissed were colored pale tor In the area, Dexter said! mow.how and the show-how the
Nations, the Charter of which is nU Sandy Davenport, Willie "Theirs is a marvelous opera- leaders of both should have. That
rooted in Ideals and aspirations McNeil and Daniel Dalegal.] tion. They know gas and they evening a film was shown on dj 2-SPEED
Patients at the hospital Wednesday Leaders and the Patrol
which we share with freedom. know service, and give the best
loving people in all parts of the were Chariot Allgood of of both. Their prices are fair Leaden Council, or "Greenbar"This (
world, IndWHEREAS Fort Pierce! Horace Davis, Yen and they don't operate under cutthroat I i was followed by a campfire (
son Carter, Eva Strlckel, Von tactic. We can compete with many skits and severalof AUTOMATIC WASHER
the United States ceil Brown, Lydia Kill, Jane with their pricees and under our the boys played their cornets
considers that this world organi Gilbert and baby, Joyce Rauler new seUip can and will com- McDougal, Scoutmaster from the
sation it an indispensable insttru. son and baby, Mary Richey, pets> with their service," Boys School Troop entertainedwith GIVES YOU NORMAL SPEED FOR
ment of international peace, economic Georgia Graves, Gretha Ford, Letters have been sent to all a few tunes on the harmonica.
improvement, and social Norman Townsend, Joan Jerrell, Joker Gas customers Worming The group sang songs, and REGULAR FABRICS,
development, and that any attempt Norma Heidel, and the McDugald them of the change. ended the campfire with a tug-
to destroy it would be a twin boys. Also two colored paheists GENTLE SPEED FOR DELICATE FABRICS I

blow aimed directly at the independence I remain.. They are Joshua %% -.I

and security of nations, Collier and Edward Jackson. \ % JUST TOUCH A BUTTON for proper wash '
Urge and small;; and .
WELCOME __ ._ end spin speeds for any washable ,
WHEREAS the General Atsem-
Born In October?
biT 01 the United Nations has resolved TRIPLE TIMED-CYCLE Lighted Dial gives'you

I that October twentyfourththe Buy Your LicenseDrivers R proper wash settings for light, regular or
anniversary of the coming
into force of the United Nations of automobiles who VETERANS-FRIENDS heavily soiled wash

Cliarter, should be dedicated each were born in October any year pORCEOUT a SELECT FILL CONTROL saves water, detergent -
year to making known the purposes should apply this month for their NEIGHBORSfrom ALL
principles, and accompluhments new driver's license, since their AND tection bleach for partial loadsINSID ,
of loot licenses will not be valid OkMchoboo '
the United Nations
; e FULL-TIME Underwater Lint Filter removes
after October 31st. positive l'0
NOW, THEREFORE, I, DON- Take your old driver license to yoIJ cls lint where it forms-under water
AID R. MACK, Mayor of the the nearest bureau the We Would Like For You To Attend dives stoins{
City of Okeechobee, do hereby Judge's office in any county. The OUR 2nd ANNUAL Ogoinst; ru Ke its DUAL Detergent and Dry Bleach dispenser
urge the citizens of this City to clerk will issue renewal li olkDiisl' \ for
your and yeors a BIG 10-LB. tub capacity for family-size wash I igledm'ng
observe Halloween
Tuesday, October: :24 canoe Masquerade finishd
1961 as United Nation Day by
The new driver license law provides
means of community: programs for two year renewal of all BALL ors00 \
which will demonstrate their licenses. However if you were ye Trade-In' Allowance On Any Model Washtr i I

faith in the United Nations and I born In an even year the first issued .
contribute to a better understanding you this month will be for at the SEMINOLE HOTEL

of its aims, problems and one year only. Next year you will 828900W
accomplishments.: be the date to
i on regular renew
_ _ _
IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I each two )'ears.Howeverlf .
have hereunto set my hand end I you were born in an SEPT. 28 1961 MODEL LW265
eaufsd the Seal] of the City of odd year, :you will get a two-
Okeechobee, Okeecbobee, Florid. year license now, since 1961 is ,
to be affixed. an odd year.If Sponsored by the VFW Post 6023
(SEAL) you were born !in September, Indiantown, Florida '
DONALD R, MACKI you should have renewed your 11. aiioI.d s Appliances
I i.. Mayor City of OkeechobeeI cense last month. Those born in DOOR PRIZES, COSTUME PRIZES
I lit Okeechobee, Florida other months will patiently wait DANCING PRIZES
their birth month, thus getting
free time on their current license,

County Gas Tax: DONATIONS SOLICITED Admission $300 per couple

Return For Sept.Gasoline Boxes have been placed in each DANCING 9 to 1
class room at the schools in an
tax collections: during effort to collect articles! suitablefor
the month of September based on see at !the Halloween HAVE YOU HEARD ;

August tales] amounted to $10,- vat esther as priaes, or
166,230.SO, an increase of 166 percent tele in the. country More ClrIIl.I'
over the 10019685.96 col.
heeled during the same month last ck'orpi:
year according to a report from GILBERTTHEATRE !i PREPARE On October 22
the office of Ray E Greene, state
Okeechobee County received $25- FOR '
TOO.S2 from the 2 tenths percent The Okeechobee '
returned to the counties from
sales of 398,168 gallons. From \
the 20 percent the 7th cent $2,- Friday and Saturday THE e
467,63 was retained for use by the October 20 and 21 TELEPHONE EXCHANGE
board of county commissioners.
"RING OF FIRE"Metrocolor
Total gasoline tax collections
this fiscal year amount to $30' q Switches To New Modern e.
1,25140 an Increase of S686-
099,04 or :23 per cent over the
$29,895,11236 collected last fiscal .
Sales tax collections lor the -Plus-

month of September based on ,v, Homecoming Game
August sales amounted to $!),.,
month last
some year.
Tax collected in Okeechobee I 1
county amounted to $$11850 compared ,
to $9,, 07.13 last year Monday and (OKEECHOBEE Vi. KISSIMMEE) Not These New Emergency md Service Numbers Which
Total sales tax collections this Tweedy, Oct M, 23 and 24 WITH ASATISFYING Go Into Effect At 2.01: a.m. October 22, 1961

fiscal July through September
amount to $41.008,66733, "BY DINNERAT To reach Ft. Pierce, Stuart, Sebastian and Vero Beach, It will bo
an Increase of $328,11878 or 1.30 TURNER necessary to dial "5" Instead of "9".

per cent over the $40,480,54744 EFTIEM ZDIBOUST Jr. THE For the Okeechobee Telephone Business Office, dial RO 33162.

collected to date last year. To contact the FIRE department, Dial RO 3.3333

Wodnttd and Thursday SIERRARESTAURANT To contact the POLICE department, Dial RO 3.3221
CARD Of THANKS October 15 and M To contact the SHERIFF'S office, Dial RO 3-3117 ""
Words canoeist express our
deep appreciation for the many "LOVI W A YOU CAN DIAL DIRECT NATIONWIDE

kind and sympathetic! acts that OLDFISH BOW TO OVER 50 MILLION TELEPHONES!
came *o us during the Misses and I.
In Technicolor THROUGH G.nIw
death of our fattier and grandfather s.&

sincerely gratefulMr
Phone ROdeo 2-6146' Downtown Okchobt
and Mr, V. S. Arnold J
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page 4 Ok* chobe. News, Friday, October 20, 1961 I Saislngir School House of Okeechobee County, Florida, BRAXTON! CANTRELL have any rlgtt, title or interestIn dry, ,Attorney for Plaintiff, you ex part..
Clerk .,..Melll Rose Raulerson at his office In the court house. MARVIN W. WHERRELLJ. the property herein described, whose address is P. 0. Box 332 Done and Ordered at Okeecho--
: In compliance with the laws Inspector '.......... Joyce Luna of said County at Okeechobee, A. HORTON M. D to.wit: I Okeechobee, Florida, and Immediately bee, Okeechobee County, Florida,
Legal Notices governing the State of Florida, Inspector ,..Nell Mae Thompson Florida, within abc calendar I JOHN F. PEARCE All of Block 1; Lots 1, thereafter file the or this 5th day of October, 1961.
NOTICE OP ELECTION the following Inspectors are listed Inspector .,..,., Edgar Thomas months from the time of the REYNOLDS T. MONTFORDL. 2-and 4 to 12 inclusive iginal ot same In the Office of HAVNES E. WILLIAMS
for the various voting precincts Pretend Number Three first publication of this notice. E. FERRELL of Block 2; all of Blocks ,the Clerk of Circuit Court of the Clerk of Circuit Court
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN for the Biennial Special County Court House-Wtit End Each claim or demand shall be Pub Oct. 13, 20, 27, Nov. 3, 1961 3, 4, 5, <; Lots 1 to 10 Inclusive above styled Court; otherwise, a Okeechobee County, Florida
that an election will be held In Tax School District Number One: Clerk ......Rev. George H. Cave in writing, and shall. state the The Okeechobee News 14, IS, and 18 of Decree Pro Confesso will be en. (CIRCUIT COURT SEAL)
Special Tax School District Number Precinct Number On.Barb.r' Inspector ... Annie Mae Fortner place at residence and post office Block 7, all of Block 8; I tered against you and this cause Oct. 6, 13, SO, 27, 1961.
One of Okeechobee County, Inspector ,.. Mary Alice Norris address of the claimant, IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OP Lots 1. 2, S, 14, IS and shall thereafter proceed against The Okeechobee News
Florida on the 7th day of No Garage Inspector ...... Flaudy Register and shall be sworn to by the THE NINTH JUDICIAL CIR 13 of Block 9 and all of .
,.......... Hancock
vember, A. D., 1961; laid election Clerk Clyde : Precinct Number FourTeen CUIT OP
,claimant, his agent, or attorneyand IN
Lorene Parker
shall be for the purpose of Inspector Center FOR
Age any such claim or demandnot OKBECHOBEB COUN TERRACE, according to
determining! the amount of mill. Inspector ..... Elizabeth Domaa ([Old County Barn) so filed shall be void. o TY. IN CHANCERY. the plat thereof recorded
age to be levied for the ensuing Inspector ....... Virginia Arnold Clerk .......... J. 0. Pearce, Jr. MARY VIVIAN WILCOX CASE NO. 1877 la Plat Book 2, page 63, DRAWDVSMALL
biennium. Precinct Number Tw Inspector .... Reese Upthegrove As Ain Inlaratrlx of the ACTION TO QUIET TITLE ,public records of Okee
I Inspector ... Grethel Upthegrove estate of Fred E Wilcox, W. G. FLEMING, SR., chobee County, Florida.
Inspector ... Watson D'Agastlno deceased. Individually and u Less right of way of State
PLUMBING Precinct Number Five Publish 9-29 IG13.. 20, 1961 Administrator of the estate of Road 70 (formerly SR 8))
FERGUSON City Hail The Okeechobee News. Charles Dorsey, deceased. and'subject to the reservations
Clerk .............. Walter Gray Plaintiffvs. of the Central APPLIANCE REPAIR
AND ELECTRIC Inspector .....e... Van Llghtsey NOTICE OF HEARING ON APPLICATION and Southern Florida
Inspector .... Gertrude Llghtsey TO ORGANIZEA FRANK W. RANDALL, et al. Flood Control District asset
.... Inspector ........ June Boromel FEDERAL SAVINGS AND Defendants forth In Deed Book 39, Phone ROdeo 2.6732
County Court Movie-Etit End OKEECHOBEE, FLORIDA.TO IN THE NAME OF THE STATEOF Okeechobee County,
Clerk .......... Harvey Ilamrick THE PUBLIC: FLORIDA TO THE DEFENDANTS Florida.
$129.50WE Inspector ...... Annie Raulerson Notice Is hereby given that the : Said Lots lying In and 9 BLOCKS SOUTH OF BANK
Inspector ......... Frank Havely applicants listed below have applied Frank W. Randall; P. A. Ran. comprising a part of the
Inspector ........ Ruth Minehan to the Federal Home Loan deli and Ruth Randall, his wife; svi of swy. of .swvi ON OSCEOLA ST.
HAVE REPLACED OUR PIPE CUTTING BOARD OF PUBLIC Bank Board for permission to organize D. G. Watkins, Individually, and and NWV4 of SWV. of
MACHINE (LOST IN THE FIRE) WITH A INSTRUCTIONOKEECHOBEE a Federal savings and as Trustee for Clyde Watkins, SWVi of Section 14,
NEW, MODERN ONE. PIPE CUT TO FIT COUNTY, loan association to be located in Clara Watkins and Edna Wat- Township 37 South, I
FLORIDA Okeechobee, Florida. tine; J. M. Barksdale, Individually Range 35 East.
PERFECTLY. SALTER R. WATFORD A hearing wll be held on the as Trustee and as Guardian YOU, AND EACH OF YOU,I ABSOLUTELY NEW NO SUCH OFFER HAS
Chairman application at ten o'clock in the of the person and property of are hereby severally notified' EVER BEEN MADE IN FLORIDA ON SUCH
FERGUSON PLUMBING Attest: forenoon on Tuesday the twenty. Clyde Watkins and Clara Wat- that W. G. Fleming ST., Individually BEAUTIFUL ACREAGE. CLOSE TO CITY ON U.S.
OMAR L. HUNT eighth of November 1961, in tins, minors; Clyde Watkins, and as Administrator of
AND ELECTRICCALL SuperintendentPublish Room 824, Federal Home Loan Clara Watkins, George F. Martin, the estate of Charles Dorsey, deceased ,
Oct. 8, U SO, 27, 1961 Bank Board Building Washington and Vivian Martin, his wife, E. has filed his complaint MARKED. ROADS ALREADY BUILT. ELEC
The Okeechobee News D. C. Written notice of intention L. Wilson; Curt Benson; Mrs. R. In the Circuit Court of the Ninth TRICITY AVAILABLE.
DAY OR NIGHT to appear In person or B. Peters and Mrs. B. P. Ramsey Judicial Circuit In and for Okee
ROdeo 3-4622 IN THE COURT OP THE GOUTY by attorney to protest the application If said Defendants are living chobee County, Florida againstyou /
JUDGE, OKEECHOBEE and, specific objections to and I/ any or aU of said Defendant and each of you, as Defendants
NIGHT PHONE .. . ,. ROdeo 3.3057 COUNTY, FLORIDAIN the application should be filed or Defendants are de- seeking to quiet the title of ONLY $12.50 DOWN-$12.50 Month
PROBATE with the Federal Home Loan leased, the unknown spouse, the Plaintiff to the above described .
9th St. Northwest Corner of the Courthouse In RE: Estate of Bank Board at least 10 days before heirs, devisees creditors, grant. real property located In 2 ACRESNOW
FRED E. WILCOX. Deceased the date of the hearing Any ees or tier parties claiming by, Okeechobee County, Florida.
OKEECHOBEE, FLORIDA To All Creditors and Persons Interested person may appear In through, under or against any You are hereby notifed that ONLY $25.00 DOWN-$25.00 Month
Having Calms or Demands person or by attorney and sub- such deceased Defendant or De. the return day of this Notice to
Against Said Estate: mit any evidence at such hearIng fendants, If alive, and if dead I Defend Is November 13, 1961 5 ACRESNOW
You and each of you are hereby pertinent to the questions at their unknown heirs, devisees' and you shall on or before laid ONLY $50.00 DOWN-$50.00 Month
notified and required to present Issue. In lieu of such appearance, legatees, or grantees; and all date serve a copy of your defense
any claims and demands evidence may be submitted In parties having or claiming to If any, upon W. L, Hen-

which you, or either of you, may writing.
have against the estate of FredE. CHARLES M. CAMPBELL
Best of Cadillac ServiceFactory Wilcox, deceased late of LESTER JENNINGS REDUCED PRICES
said county to the County Judge JAMES 0. ATTAWAY ONTreasure

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a few members of the American Legion Auxiliary BIRIrHUEIl' CRIDERS
which was destined for the "Jay Gift Shop" of .% OJL DRESSED WHOLE' CCAP'N
various Veterans Institutions in Florida,with Amoret ( atssew FRYERS 2 to 3 Lb. 2 3 ,
Bratton,president of the auxiliary,in the background. - Avg. I;

Response Poor I Distinguished meeting Monday guests\ night attendingthe in- Lb. 1,
To Aux eluded Mrs Zora Spence, District NOW!
Legion President, Joyce Albaugh, I Fish Buys at A & P.'r--------------------. '
The American Legion Auxill-i I'
District Secretary; Helen Adams "Super-Right" Western Lamb Sale! 't
try held heir annual Christmas I
District: Parlirnentarian and I
"Joy Box" party Monday night Majbelle Wimple. District Membership AVAILABLE I
at the Legion Hall.An impressive chairman, I I I TENDER HALF or WHOLE (3 to 5 Lb. Avg.) / k M
array merchants of gifts and contributions donated by from local Auxiliary President Amoret Haddock Fillets I i LAMB SHOULDER i
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erne members of the Auxiliary : I
ment at the response of the local Ii''
Were displayed on tables set up Auxiliary Although the constitution ; 1 Lb. I I
for that purpose
Each year the Auxiliary collects calls for a donation of not Nationally Advertised 39 C [!|
gifts that are placed In less than$1.00 from each member PKG. I ROAST. ,
gift shops in Veteran hospitals for the program, only 14 of the HELBROSWATCHES I I
Patients are allowed to select some !86 members responded She i I CAP'N JOHN'S QUICK FROZEN lb. I ,
K'/ts to send home to their families wishes to thank the merchantsfor I I 1 Lb..LD59CI I
at the expense of the American their cooperation and members Fried Haddock : ,
Legion Auxiliary, who did contribute, she said. I FOR Men and Women I HEADLESS COMPLETELY pkg. I "Super Right"Western Tender Lamb ,'s",*,. Rflhf| Western Tender Lamb '
I 1/4 Lb- I Shoulder Chops Ib 59c I| Rib Chops Ib. 69c I
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So vereatfle yonTl Have to plan its days.A Only $1595'I I
: bandy 5-ft.pickup for light hauling; without I
cab,porty for fun;with doors and windows I plus tax Register and $39.95 Tapes In our Cain | 200Z. "I T
cfl-runabout for hitting the trail; with steel BOTTLE
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10% OFF If Ordered Orange Juice 5 87C Nabisco-Lb. Pkg.
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News, Friday, October 20, 1961 Page 9 I KEEP WELLI
Medical care cost Americans NOW you CAN ADDS
197 billion dollars last of ,
Classified year,
which 23 per cent went to phy -

hospitals ((26 per cent); drugs,
NOTICE FOR SALE Hens, 50c each; 20 per cent; dentists, 10 per cent; QUICKLY. INEXPENSIVELY
All portraits of the girl who electric stove. $25; Hoover sweeper FROG SMITH I the block a rear tire blew out. and other Items such as health TO YOUR PRESENT FURNACE
participated in the Miss Flame $10; 10 ft. gas refrigerator, Back in Pioneer days when And If you think changing a tire & BROWN DOBERMAN PINCHER PUP Insurance and appliances. .

contest may pick up their pictures $30; Jeep for parts $75, Campor people didn't hear world news with the Everglades steeters
at the Big Lake Printers horse trailer, $73; Boat, $20; and sports on the hour, they kept dining oft you isn't bad luck, HAS CLIPPED EARS & SHORT TAIL NAME"ERIK" PILOTS EXEMPT 1
office: north of the court house 14 ft. pipe their talk nearer home. Those you've never had any.
gate, $20; Kart Frame, LOST WED. NOON OCTOBER 4 Private pilot license applicants
anytime this week end. The with tirese, $25. Call RO 6-1848 who had the urge to hear some But to get back to the lady who ON OR on Okinawa have obtalnned a

charge will be 150. RO 3-4741. 10.20 thing new did so by starting Idle' bawled me out through the paper NEAR RT. 98 NEAR BASSWOOD. PLEASE CALL Federal Aviation Agency exemp
I rumors which in time be : for black
came to abusing cats. I replied tins from the requirement that
For Sale or Rent DAVE'S TRADING CENTER believed and a basis for super. to her letter In the people'scolumn RODEO 2-6282 OR COLLECT LOGAN 6-6746 they fly' 100 miles over land to
Radio and TV Repair stition. Well, just like everythingelse that I could truthfully
FOR RENT Furnished Apartment Kenmore Sew Machine $37.00 superstition had to start saj that In all my ornery life, I FORT LAUDERDALE. prove they can "read" landmarksand

and trailer cottage Clean. Maytag Washer _...... $6500 somewhere if we were to enjoy It. hai never killed more than one miles terrain. Okinawa is only 62 INSTALLATION IS EASY
Ions and its two
Comfortable and reasonable See Electric Stove ....... ...-... $35.00 The trouble with wperstitlon half of a cat. That was when the airporttiat COST IS LOW
40 miles
Clyde Hancock north of rairoad ZenWi TV 17" ?......., $4000 suited by idle rumors, all too wind rattled a paper and slammed apart. i

: en 441, first green house on left. Baby Bed .....'H'M_._" $W.>K> often, they place the blame in the the door. The oat took FRESH AIR

1 lO-ZOp( wrong place. Many a time on fright, which he shouldn't have I

t FOR SALE 3 lots, 200' by 140' Business ServiceYOUR cold winter nights have I seen done with his nine lives dashedfor 1MPEN l41 ftliev7i JLJlli Hi hi EARS HJj"11"1"Widivi! with helped your 4e CLEAN AIR

including two rental houses now a violent explosion of gasses In the outside and tie door t QUIET AIR
a burning log in the fireplace caught him amld-ships. Then because In ACOUSTlCo rRVNtB, AID
renting for $120 per mo. Lots In OWN permanent Social &
I county. City water. Full price Security Card Engraved, Indestructible throw a shower of burning sparks the family Insisted that I PISTOL! AIR OF MODERN
I $12,500 .Call RO 2-1691. 10.20 solid golden brass. Into our laps and faces.. Right put the poor little kitty out of ACOUSTICON BECKER CO. LIVING-
then somebody would hit misery, I OP FORT PIERCEHO
Guaranteed last come up gently : the CENTRAL ELECTRICAND
: FOR RENT New 2-be room Your to a life time. with the familiar saying for It, front end of It but the other end 1-32M 323 $< 13th S$. GAS CO.
f house, nicely turn. Small family number name and Social Security the superstitious one, "there's was already dead. Member Florida Hta'lng Aid

only. $65 mo. Call RO 2-3221, or engraved forever. Will going to be a fuss In the family"!! Some folks say that breaking Dealer's Att'n., Inc. Phone 2.5561
not wear out, break burn, tear,
R new no. RO 3-3134. dh soil or fade. Beautiful three col. And if somebody who wasn't superstitious a mirror means seven years of
1 i SALE doubted it and saidso bad luck. Maybe it does to the
FOR bedroom house, or lithograph emblem of U. S.
there might be one immedi one who broke It and couldn't
with living room, dining room Flag and Eagle above your
kitchen and bath. Utility room. name. Wallet size with rounded ately. get another for seven years. OKEECHOBEELiyESTOCK
Xfn there's anything in this! But if It was someone like many
front edges. Price
Large open porch. $6,000 $1.50 per card. With
Second house from Independent pant view leatherette carrying world more superstitious than people we have today who spendso
,I some Crackers I have met in my much time before the glass,
Baptist Church. See Charles case 200. Carl Stello, Box
Campbell. 10-20,27 396. Okeechobee, Florida. -20,27' day, I'd sure like to meet him, k wan bound to be a blessing to Suppose you were held up by a robber. If you'd

too. Back in the horse and buggy somebody. Just cashed your pay check, or were carrying a"roll" :
FOR RENT Furnished nice FOR REPAIRS on Frlgldaire and dan In West Florida somebodycame :;
to pay your monthly bills, you'd be out plenty.
clean one or two room apart. Maytag Appliances call GIL up with the belief that con BEWILDERED ORPHANS 1 Auction Market
ment By week or month Utilities BERT'S, RO 2-423L 0 tact witht damp ground would
furnished Road 78, Telephone cause common red brick to de Animals raised apart from But if you had a checking account here; had dos 1 f

I ROdeo 2-3165 4-29tf SEPTIC TANKS and GREASE cay. Maybe the saying was start their own kind often do not know posited your pay check; had written checks to pay

TRAPS CLEANED and Repaired ed in fun to tease somebody, but what species they belong to. In bills and mailed them.No take
your one can
FOR RENT 2 rm. turn apts. Phone Okeecaobee RO 2-4724 or away
I i Vienna zoo, an orphaned White YOUR
the trouble k stuck. That HIGHEST PRICESCOME
on canal. Boat dock. $15 y k. See RO 21391. tf was peacock was kept In a house with from you something you haven't got!
I I was many years ago but so far
,ii l owner Sat. or Sun, Brown house giant tortoises. For the '
neither you nor I have seen any. rest of I FROMCOMPETITIVE
! Rd. 78, 14 ml. W Camp Okeeslm- EmploymentHELP one replacing the bricks undera its life, the bird remained unresponsive WHY NOT HAVE A CHECKING ACCOUNT HERE?

I 1 mee. 10-13,20p( century-old building becauseof to the charms of the t COME IN AND OPEN IT SOONBADCOCK'S

FOR RENT- 2 bdrm. 45 ft. trail WANTED Experienced decay. prettiest peahens, and saw onlyin BIDDINGAT
er. Call ROdeo 6-1901. 10-13tf Cook. White or Colored. Must be Around the turn of the century the huge reptllese the object of
experienced Apply to Mrs. God. many farmers were changingover its fancy. OKEECHOBEECOUNTY YOUR LOCAL
REAL ESTATE OPPORTUNITYCAN win at Tennessee Restaurtnt. from the once- amlliar stick

Strout Realty YOU seeks SELL area repre 10-20( and mud chimneys to the neat. HIGHEST PRICE LIVESTOCK AUCTION J
er and safer ones of brick. A
sentatives. Moneymaker for the WANTED White Middle aged
brick chimney not only branded High beefstaek prices have a
lady for housekeeping and care
; man who can sell. Strong tram BANK MARKETLast
log, guidance and support. Com of one child. Five days a week. tha farmer as more successful, precedent. A 10-pound steak sold
: furnishes ALL advertising, Call RO 2-1021 or RO 3-3011 days but it was easier to live with. for $48 a pound in Circle. Alaska,
pany You didn't have to stick during the gold rush of the 1890's
'1 signs, forms, supplies. Hundreds and RO 24153 or RO 3-4203 at your
Li :rJ, of live prospect leads each month. night; 10-20,11,10 head up the chimney every night year nearly 60% of Florida Cattle
before to bed to if
going see
Nationwide advertising brings
! Sold at Auction
'( You POSITION WANTED Highly one of the sticks was on fire. But
\ Buyers from everywhere. qualified public stenographer some of the brick chimneys In OLD FASHIONED
\ must have: initiative, excellent AUCTIONS EVERY TUESDAY
I character (bondable), sales ability available by day or hour. Also West Florida gave their worst

I financially responsible. Oppor capable writing letters, ads articles trouble from the other direction PETE CLEMONS, MGR. PHONE RO 2.5521 .

tunltyl with the World's Largest speeches, etc. Telephone One such belonged to John White,
i. real estate Supermarket. 2-6097 or RO 34179. 10-20p who lived nine miles below Chip- OKEECHOBEE, FLORIDA

STROUT REALTY Inc. Icy In Holmes Creek section.
t WINDOW DRESSER will make
251 Park Avenue South your displays different Sketches John was one of the men who

New York 10, N. Y. submitted in 24 hours. No display believed the rumor that red
; brick would and built his
I % 10-13,20 small.
,' too large or too Get
chimney on a low platform supported
ycur order In for the holidays
H/ FOR SALE I now. Free consutatlon. P. Campbell by pitch pine posts that
would last forever. At least he NEW LATEX FLOOR ENAMEL
I P. 0. Box 1429. 10-20p
would last long
figured it as as
ALTERATIONS AND DRESS. he would need it. Then as many TUFPG.A.BD
CBS FHA I MAKING. Stello.Located
Gladyi old.tlmers'Hl remember, the
Low Down Payment in cabin in rear of P. P. Evans winter of '17-18 was the one in 4 Used DINETTES $2495'
$M Mo. Mercantile East Okeechobee.
t per which snow fell in Florida. I
10.1311.3; ((4)) know because I had just gone to ((5 Pieces) ai low as. . . . . . . .. . . . .
WRITE BOX 1781 bid after firing the boilers all
or Call night in the power-house at Chip- Lasting Beauty . Inside and Outside
RO 2.1646Okeechobee you would enjoy working 3 or 4 6 Used DINETTES
hours ley. I took one look through the
a day calling regularly

J; 7-14U each month on a group of Studio window at the snow piling off up to In ((6 pieces) as low at. . . . . . . . . . . . . $39 95 e Goes on quickly with brush, roller or spray
the yard and went right
Girl Cosmetic clients on a routeto tools clean in
$1 down delivers your choice) e Painting soapy water
and married. Well
Georgia got
FOR RENT Furnished cabins be established in and around:
I electric kitchens. P. P Evans Okeechobee, and are willing to no wonder during that cold snapI Dries dust-free in one hour

Phone 2-3961. 7-24U make light deliveries etc., writeto heard from John White's and e Resists acid, grease, oil and gasoline
STUDIO GIRL COSMETICS, his brick chimney had fallen
FOR RENT Furnished apart 19Pc. DINING ROOM SUITE $8995
Dept. OW-9 Glendale, California. down during the coldest night Perfect for
ment in Seminole Apartments Route will pay up to $5.00 per The bricks had not rotted but Polio

Call RO 6-1496 or inquire at the hour. 10-13,20,27 the platform under them had. Table, 5 side chairs, arm chair, buffet, china . $10 delivers Garage
Drive In Theatre after 7 p. m. One popular superstition still laundry .

9-ltl PLANS DRAWN for Residential widely believed by most people, 9 Breezeway

FOR SALE 5 Lots, 2 blocks and Commercial Buildings. Ray including me, is that if a black Porch
west of Catholic- Church Om> I E. Lantz, RO 2-4694. t-22,10-13p cat runs across the road aheadof Asst. Living Room Rockers $ 5 95 1'TJr'GxA.R

$.'!SO each. Phone ROdeo 2-4821 HELP WANTED MALE-Not you, it means bad luck. Well, And CHAIRS, as low as . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
after a. S-Ifi over 25 years of age. Mst have I won't argue the point becauseI
H. School education. Approx. $385 once got a bawling out for abusing
FOR SALE OR RENT 3 bed. Benjamin
helpless cats by saying so
room CBS VA Financed home. per mo.and Opportunity security. Write for advancement (in own but I don't want the soft- ooted 3 Used Sofa Beds Moore :.
Large corner lot with 15 fruit crossroad I, ts
black cat to reach a 95
handwriting to: P. 0. Box 6387, . . . . . . . . . . . 24
trees. Wilcox Shores, Clark St., I Okeechobee. FLa. 10-20 before I do. One time years agoa At Only . . , . . , . ,
RO 33793. Robert L. Jacke. delivers choice
man naraned Beck and a companion $1 your
10.20,27 LIVESTOCK FOR SALE named Didden started

home from Moore Haven, Floridadrt'Y'1nl BURGESS SUPPLY CO.
FOR SALE Young Ducks,
an old-time slow speed

,i Priced duckllnps from, Fryers 15c .to or$2.50.Roosters Would Model T Ford truck. As they 7 Piece SOFA BED $6995 OKEECHOBEE, FLORIDACentral

Into narrow street, a
turned a
like to sell all Contact Mrs. Milton
WATERFRONTHOME Douglas at County line, lake black cat dashed across In frontof Sofa, matching chair, 2 end tables, coffee table, 2 lamps . $5 delivers
I truck. Beck stopped immediately
FOR SALE road, 441. 10-6tf(
saying he would turn

FOR SALE Mare and! 3-month- and go another way, because the

II old Colt. $150. Douglas Ranch, 15 cat meant bad tack. Didden THE CHANGING SCENE I
Mouth of Taylor Subd. miles So. on 441. 10-13 laughed but when before they 8 PC. All Plastic Sofa Bed Suite $9995Soft

I I II I could turn the truck in the nar Ti _
4 Bedrooms, Living Rm., row street, the cat again appeared 2 matching chairs, 2 end tables, coffee table, 2 lamps, $7.50 delivers iNAT'f ewMWUTEOMOQE Atu caN wMfe it

Florida Room, Kitchen, FOR SALE to cross t he road behind

Dining Room, Den, Tile 1958 FORD, 4 Dr Hardtop them and bottle them up,

Bath. All electric built-in Sedan Only $200 he enough wasn't before so they sure. got And out sure of I 3-Pc. BEDROOM SUITE $9995flnl.h

appliance Furnished or down and assume the bed, chest and double dresser, with mirror, grey

unfurnished. Large utility balance of the contract. finish, box springs, innerspring mattress .. . . . . . . $7.50 delivers
May be refinanced If de

t or guest house. One sired. Call 0 2-4101 tf

r year old. Good terms. 9 earl to 4
p.m.9-29-10-8( Rsy 3-Pc. BEDROOM SUITE $7995

Panel bed, chest, vanity with mirror, box springs, Inner.
CALL RO 2.7301
spring mattress . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $6.50 delivers ,
302 Receive fIii1
f,) nti
Y \
Welfare Aid ,
Thomas E. Penlck chairman of olalnwtHreAnltafs.
T e 3-Pc. SECTIONAL $14995With
Merchandise District 10 Welfare Board of the
State Department of Public Wel
LET'6 TRADE MOWERS fare, reported that In Okeecho bumper end, foam rubber cushions, toast . . .. $15 delivers .

JUST CALL ROdeo 14231 today bee County 302 persons were as-
foi a FREE demonstration on listed In the four categories of
e Fait neat low-oott
your lawn. We'll trade on the public assistance for the monthof installation \

pot Sizes and prices to fit your September, 1961. iU'iIENO

needs. GILBERT'S A total of 145 persons receivedOld e Prompt, courteous,
Age Assistance In the amountof skillful sarvlet.Frlgldalre .
SAVE MONEY $7,685; seven persons receivedAid
to the Blind, totaling $432; 41 e PricUton
Used Lumber, Doors families, representing 104 child Parts. I

Windows ren, received Aid to Dependent
and Other
Children in the amount of $2,341; e AdvIce en adapting I Home Owned and Operated By

Salvage M trUli and 17 persons received Aid to Frlgldalre appliances ALFRED L. MEARES, JR.
the Disabled In the amount of to kitchen.
EAGLE BAY SALVAGE CO. your I Plenty Ot Free Parking Space ,
1011. MOsWAITIN.. ON NOT wAT/..TocrlAMlllla
On State Rd. 78 1 MI. No. In addition 19 children received Call on the folks who'd Open Friday and Saturday Night Until 7:00 WITH AUTOMATIC LFeA. WAllRNIATIALNAVI

of the KIssimmee River service during the month five of it like to call on youlGILBERT'S I OPEN EVENINGS BY APPOINTMENT I WATT.0.1 Mlle KlNTY M.RNIN Of ANO CIOINO IANNeiN.NOT

See Mr. Bill horn were In foster homes. The I 10-60-90 Days Considered Cash
total state and local cost for these Electric & Gas Co.

I child welfare services was 33938. j I Phone 2.5561 OKEECHOBEI

I 1 1OktKhobee

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