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Title: The Everglades news
Alternate title: Belle Glade news
Alternate Title: News
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Everglades News Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Canal Point Palm Beach County Fla
Creation Date: July 22, 1960
Publication Date: -1967
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Canal Point (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Belle Glade (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Palm Beach County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Palm Beach -- Canal Point
United States -- Florida -- Palm Beach -- Belle Glade
Coordinates: 26.861944 x -80.630556 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1924.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 44, no. 30 (Sept. 29, 1967).
General Note: Editor: Howard Sharp, <1924-1928>.
General Note: Publisher: Louis S. Goolsby, <1929>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 37 (Nov. 21, 1924).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Succeeded by: Glades observer
Succeeded by: Everglades observer

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July 22, 1960 PUBLISHED. WEEKLY IN' CANAL' POINT &y PAUL RARDIN

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PAHOKEE AND CANAL 'POINT i r- "Sugar Cane
To Seek Bids Bldg.
1 : HURRICANE DISASTER I County Board To GrowersCooperative

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COMMITTEE ,
Our Sugar Quota Of Florida" : .-
Areas Covered by this committee: Pahokee Cana1Point: and Stream- :-
commissioners voted line: Headquarters: Pahokee City Hall, Phone 508 Among the first groups toseek Is Formed c ,
advertise for bids for Jt
to
Monday cooperation of Congress In -
construction, of a building at the Office Home changing the present sugar Formation of "Sugar Cane
Pahokee airport at estimated cost CHAIRMAN,,Leonard Dobrow -' *' ... 3571 3641 I quota so' It will be more favorable Growers Cooperative of Florida"on ....
of 23000. Plans are'being prepared VICE-CHAIRMAN, Lewis Friend _z_. 7102 7236
to Florida will be the Palm
Monday of this week may lead
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by County Engineer Steve Mid- SURVEY Paul Rardin _' ._-fe 2661 3151 Beach County Commission.
dleton's office. WARNING & EVACUATION, Thadd Whidden' -"--- 3682 696 Chairman Paul Rardin said yesterday to the salvation of the ecenomy in
County Commissioner:Chairman! RESCUE;''Frank-Hozelle >..' --.. wy 6-2088 2401 that he will ask the full the western section of Palm Beaqh I '
Paul Rardin under whosedirectionthe ; I MEDICAL & E. C. Johnson, M. D.. __ --j- '. 623 7261 board at next Monday's meetingto county, For many years growers

i new buUd1ngts.tobeaerecte0, NURSINGTMrs., May.. Magrili: ,,R. N:,.J-y '1': .. ;.' 4381 pass a resolution to be sent business .: and professional men
said that It'two will ,corita''thf room man' "FO.O ;rD;- :; -, oo1pl,'' :..T"-)> t ..-' ..' T '. 7280 7280 to members of Congress asking have known that something else
enough for or JCLOTHING,-,, Joe Kahn .... ':>'v ," 4271 4181 that the sugar act be changed. other than beans, celery and sweet
planes rest rooms,, lorig.&tt SHELTER 'f ."v *,,.', '
I for James WrVaTm 566 3473 1> corn, is needed to stabilize the
t telephone,, a snack bar T
space >''and ,FAMILT,SERVICE, Mrs. Helen,-_Hillier _L 618' 7358 economy of this area. Sugtr cane
space incidental for &room repair necessary shop ,to other:ope COMMUNICATION, Billy McKin try U.|_..:*? 7500 500 Millage Reduced may be the answer.
.TRANSPORTATION, James H. Wilkinson, Jr: .J_'1',.7209 7209 At the organization meeting a
ration of an
airport. PUBLIC? INFORMATION, Luther 'k'
.. They also approved ,the' 'job of. t.I'n 1 ,1)}g mjcrators'in .the Glades; : t----. ... .f'
f .paving na additional parklraanp *", SHELTEI WJ3n ; he :.C3t i i o.l. l ing ; \f'Y.:,: W ltHTvci*-. .n I :-at=Palm Beach"International Airport aBd'Can 1'POtntSchool. ?r J .',' .1 '/small man will be given an dqual
to make more space available : SHELTER'- } i ,A: 1-billion: ,; 148-million, 860- chance for if and when the
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:COLORED: Pahokee, East Lake School, Canal PointTo -I acreage
for parking air liners. TweIvethousand BCAnnouAC .,U thousand 470-dollar ($1,148,860- sugar quota act is changed by
dollarahad been budgeted -i _: : 470) Palm Beach county tax as- .
? - ------------------------- Congress.All .
for the.Job. *, sessment roll was presented'by As-
I vegetable selling organiza-
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; A proposal.of the Hertz,Corporation ,Dr Young'Seriously Funeral Services sessor David Stewart Monday ,to tions and cooperatives now In ope-
that 'it have the:'rental'' carconcession Ill Pahokee Hospital the county commission, sitting'. asa ration have become members of
(, at PBIA Was' 'turned' For Dave AlstonFuneral board' of equalization. the new and larger cooperative.
over the County Attorney Barry :ttev Wilburn C. Young of Canal Up $85,771,015 over the 1959 roll Each member group will have one
Johnston for a report on the.'complete Point seriously ill in the Everglades of, $1,063,089,455, it brought an director fn the new organization,
airport transporatlon set-up' :Memorial Hospital at Pa- services were held Tues- immediate announcement from thereby assuring Lake Okeechowe
A Hertz representative was quotedas hokee, suffering from,a blood clot. day for Dave Alston, 59, of Commission Chairman Paul Rardin Farmers Cooperative in Canal
offering the county a minimum Dr. Rotter of' West Palm Beach, Clewiston, who died on Sunday following that the millage to be levied for the Point the same voice ;and vote that
'. of $20,000 a year, or 10 per cent, famous heart specialist, was called a heart attack on SaturdayHe coming year by the County Com- Pioneer Growers Cooperative in
of its gross time' and mileage in after Dr. Young had been had been a resident of ,Clewis- mission can be reduced from the Belle Glade will have.
I} charges, should the.county renegotiate hospitalized l>y Dr: William T. Gist ton since 1926 when he moved 5.92 mills levied last year to 5.79 Ninteen group's representingmore
to place the concession. of Canal ,Point. there from his native Richland Ga. for the coming year. than 100 vegetable farmers
The commission voted to t send Dr. Young and his family have.Mr. Alston was a brother of Mrs.G. On motion of Commissioner'Kenneth combined Monday and applied fora
to Broward county, for its reaction, taken the month iof August for a Lawton Sims, until recently, a Foster, seconded by Roy E. charter as..thE Sugar Cane Grow-
a report that a, new Power: Line; vacation for the past several years. resident of Canal Point for many. Michael Jr., the commission auth- ers Cooperative of Florida.
Road bridge carrying: a 28-foot This .year they had planned' to go years' and now' of Athens, Ga. orized completion and adoption of .With the recent action in Washington -
roadway could ire built over the north to visit Mrs. Young's folks With his wife, he operated a a tentative budget for the coming slashing Cuba's sugar ,
Hillsboro canal-the Palm Beach- and make a leisurely trip back camera and office supply store on year, expenditures to be kept quota,. hope is high that permanent -
Broward county boundary" -'for home ''through Interesting sectionsof Sugarland Highway; in Clewiston, I within the 5.79 mills, with a public quotas will be allowed Florida
I $69,000. .' .. .;.the eastern: seaboard, :arriving owned,and operated the first chain 'I hearing on'the budget to be adver- farmers, who are seeking diversification -
commission : back in Canal Point 'September 1.IU.Simonson of. drugstores. in the Everglades... for I I. tised for August 8. to bolster an economical
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Voted to stand $250 expense ,of .\ m *.m> ,20 years including one In Belle Of, the total valuations in the slump in agriculture production. -J
,, sending Assistant County Solicit- BasAnniversary Glade, and one in Pahokee; owned I new tax roll, $$943,585,610 worth of Several independent groups have
ors Marvin Mounts, Jr., and Paul the Seminole Jewelry Store, Clew- property is non-exempt, or subjectto been seeking a sugar quota for .
f ', Potter, Jr., to a short course at iston; and was a member of the taxation--for an increase of months and Monday's organization ,
4.Northwestern University. :* :86th First Baptist Church, $69,011.825; over last year's non- cemented efforts of all farmers of '{
} Turned over to Engineer Mlddte- Ga.' Richla1id.1 exempt total of $874,573,785. Mak- the community under one organization. -
'. --'J. ton a petition for laying gas'mains He was also af ing up the total of non-exempt .
i '} in Forest Hill Village. Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Simonson Chamber of Commerce, charter! valuation are these items: Cooperatives are of long standing -
-i Concurred hi a plan of markingall \ i were hosts at a birthday dinner : member of Kiwanis, a former Non-exempt real estate, $839- in Glades agriculture, and it 'a
l1 t county vehicles with the name Sunday'' at their, home on Bacom i school, board member and county I 308,470; tangible personal property expected that the total qualifying:
., of the governmental unit owning Point Road, honoring their uncle R. commissioner; all in Clewiston. ,' $94,322,990; railroad and tele- membership list will reach 20{), re-
them. J, Simonson on his 86th birthday Survivors include his wife, one .graph property, 9954150. quiring the planting of more than
4; Turned down a proposal that it anniversary. daughter, Mrs.' Martha; Nell Bishop Added to the $943,585,610,roll of I ten thousand'acres of cane and the
budget $11,000 for hiring a court Simonsod an early pioneer ,in and two granddaughters, all non-exempt property to make the building of a mill.
parole and probation officer, the this section, located on the east of Clewiston; four brothers J. L. $1,148,860,470 total is $200,274,1 -.11-- .,
.i ': money, possibly, to come_ from increased shore of Lake Okeechobee in 1917. of Hamlet, N. c., Roy of St. Louis, 860'worth of homesteads that are Cash Register Is '
fines. Af that tune Pahokee was.. an' untamed Mo., Paul of Inverness and Walterof exempt from taxation. This is an
.-.--i tropical wilderness. Begin- Richland Ga.; two sisters, Mrs. increase of $16,759,190 over last Stolen From Cowart
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Mr .and :Mrs ,Leo Maxwell have I ning with a hoe and garden rake as Edgar Kimbrough of Kimbrough, year's total of $188,515,670 worthof -- .'
returned from Lakeland where his only equipment, R. J. helped to.' Ga., and Mrs. Lawton Sims of tax exempt homestead proper Thieves broke into Cowart's
they spent several days. They also develop this section of the Glades Athens, Ga. ty. Laundry and Dry Cleaning plantin
recently visited} his brotherinlawand into a garden spot of tha world, \ Assessor Stewart said the increases -I Pahokee,Friday night and car- I
sister Mr.. and Mrs. K Gilbert with push-button farming meth-I Mr. and :Mrs. Rustin Boatright in valuations represented"the ried away thexash register, a handsaw I
f in Chipley, Fla.. ods.He and son Bobby have returned to normal growth of any tax and a filing cabinet. Rep. Cow- t
.. has,also been instrumental I their home in Tallahassee after roll", including new construction. art, proprietor, said there was: no' 3
: Mrs. Earl Grossman and.children helping '.to ,establish churches and visiting his brother and sisterinlaw About a score of property owners money in the register. He said :
of Fort Lauderdale*have returned schools and sound economy for Mr. and Mrs.Walter Boatrightin appeared to make complaints, that the small filing cabinet was
to their home after visiting' her this area. Pahokee. Mr. and Mrs. Boat about their assessments. They: found in the weeds near the plant.
parents, :Mr. and Mrs. Sam Mc- Now retired the soil and cattle right also had as recent guests Mr. were told to try to Iron out their Entrance waa gained by the thieves
Kinstry' Srn and family' ;and- other still occupy a-great-place- in this and 1r rs. Elmer Peebles of SavanI I troubles. in conference, with st W-I by breaking out a jalousie windowin
relatives in PaJ olie thinging and ,planning : nah. Ga. 'I (continued- on page 8) I the rear of the plant.
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Page The Everglades News Canal Point Florida Friday July !
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I'r' 'I Sales I Tax And Gas I Speed Boats More CANCER* RESEARCH An
GAINESVILLE f$80,960
. : Tax Increased'In II Prolif ioln Hdiida grant has been awarded the Uni-

., Year Just PassedTALLAHASSEEState versity of Florida for research in
gr I CAPE CORAL Florida will, a relatively new field of study

r '" f Comp- take its, rightful place _as "speed which could yield chemical: com- ||
boat capital of the world" with the pounds with possible effects I ,
,
troller Ray E. Green Says collections -
staging of the richest regatta in against cancer. The grant was \
froth state sales gasoline and
. history Aug. 26-28, the National made by the National Institute;of
racing taxes increased during the I
Inboard Hydroplane. Health to Dr. Henry C. Brown professor -
,
; last fiscal .;.ear. Pi01-1 I
ships. of Chemical Engineeringand I
Green reported that the sales tax Fans from be under
' ,throughout the state the research will '
; produced $5171,417,065 during the and many out-of-staters as well taken in the University's! Engineering I
t rte-- ,r.:s 12 months ended.June 30. This:was '
are expected to p ur into Cape and Industrial. Experiment I
. $200,000 more than ,predictions I Coral,'12 miles ,southwest of Fort Station.Mr. .

The Karelin Building Iji Canal Point, Florida made last May by state finance Myers: to witness the competition. --- -

officers. During the three days,of "Flying and Mrs. Dan Carpenter attended

: Tip: LAKE ,OKEECHOBEE_ _REGION HOME OF Gasoline tax collections! in the .Kilometer" world speed trials and a Realtors Convention in.

fiscal year totaled ,$119,638,000, a Closed course competition on 'the i

: i'lrn: jYKRGLkI1ES: NWSServIBg : gain of about 6.29 per cent for the Cal, csahathee' River course,:ssvcn I Clearwater over the weekend. Before
their home they
year."This money is used to' build 1960 national class champions "willbe returning to -

': the Lake Okeechobee Farming Region/Without roads .crowned. And, ajfkxih i of. "Flor visited their son-in-law and'daughter -

f Interruption veryJWeek for,:More Than 30 Years vThe income from, the state racing I ida-made" records are :expected to I -Mr. and :Mrs. Dan .Borganes of FI

k Established March 11, 1924 '- Published' Every Friday, tax is split equally among the I be written into the books. I I Tallahassee.

Subscription Price $2.00 Year In AdvanceThe 67 counties. Each county this year I I .a. ito
got $188,700 from the state's race A. J. Gamot is spending three Mrs. Quincy Harper has returned

Everglades News Is Entered at the Bost OfficeIn tracks: Hialeah, Gulf stream, Tropical -months visiting relatives in her home in Moore Haven,after
Canal Point. Florida, as Second Class Matter and Sunshhine Park. Receiptsthis France. visiting her daughter Mrs. Doris '

year showed.an increase of 5.8 I .. Sims and family and I\er sonin-
;Paul Rardin Owner Editor Publisher
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; per cent in race track taxes over CLASSIFIED ADS law and daughter :Mr. and Mrs.

last year. I PAY BIG DIVIDENDS I John T. Pickett and family. i

Farm,Credit Needs Needless Losses In

Constantly GrowingThe HandlingLivestock I
fi''l\yIf'Ii9f'ffil1rolrITjf'llllr'l\'')ffITm7\1b! firTIffITrr\"ti1\IY! rI rfffi'f'tTIfry'J' .!f ,It \y\t! "\ Aii'.t\r:.t\i'! '!"f"iJ";

Cause Heavy Waste
Florida farmer and grower }

has always required considerable GAINESVILLE Handling

credit'-. since the,production" of,such losses are still bleeding profits : E" ;

crops'as citrus and vegetables re-1 from the livestock industry, according :
quires a heavy outlay'for-fertilizers to Dr. R..L. Reddish, associate ,

spray materials and labor. But animal industrialist with the Phone 511 --Pahokee Phone WY 6-2550 Belle_ Glade I

farmers generally today must have Florida Agricultural Extension
more credit than ever before. and Service. r SALES and SERVICE

the need for farm credit is con
These losses include
killed crippled -
stantly rising. and bruised animals, transit I Heating Air Conditioning Appliances '
Robert.A. Darr, president of the shrinkage and loss of bloom.'

Federal: Intermediate Credit Bank I Dr. Reddish conservative I .
says a va'\.J"J\J U \.11IV.'U .m Itl\J\I\IV\J\JV\IVVUCl.\L {il. \LV il 'U&Li o\
of Columbia, which,makes production estimate by Livestock

loans in Florida, predicted re tion, Inc., places the per conserva.1 -- -
Gently that credit needs in 1970 for beef animals at 60

will be.40: .percent.higher.than they million annually and
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are.now. Costs generally\are rising hogs at about;>> .$7 million. 4 ;
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and the more "built-in maid ser .
The specialist lists several "suggestions
vice" a producer must supply, the and
\ for reducing shipping i'I----
higher will be his expenses.. The
handling,losses of livestock. _
credit man forsees a need for and other fuf) _
"Outlaw ,clubs whips ,i : ,
short-term credit to be five or six Use :;::' < .
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'bruise causing persuaders.
years:rather than one or two yearsor i canvas steppers and use them '

less. sparingly. ,Eliminate protruding :
"The future commercial farm nails, bolts and broken boards in rii _

Witt be so large thai it will not be trucks, pens ,and chutes. 'R' move ..; .. ,.
possible for the average man to
stumps posts and.machinery that
\ pay for it in a lifetime," he predicted will cause bruises from feedlots.
; Thus he sees the coming of
"Bed the truck properly. Have
some type of corporation farming trucking equipment in good order.
where ownership of the farm will
Load carefully, taking it slow and
not have to be paid for by one man 1I 1lV1
easy. Rough handling is an expen-
during his life. Farming will be-
sive way to speed up loading and
come more and more a business ;i.-
unloading. Use partitions to 'pre-
rather than a way of life. The family
vent fighting, trampling and suffo-
farm will continue to! decline. cation.
Farmers obtain'credit from
now
"Protect cattle from the weath-
both federal and private sources. :
er. Provide'ventilation. Drive care-
The Farm Credit Administrationof ;
fully, avoiding sudden stops,-sharp I.
Columbia includes the federal : ;
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turns and quick starts. Check the l '; ;/ ;

agencies making mortgage' pro- load frequently." ),,;.. ..... !'f. / 4 3 ,
duction and'cooperative loans here. ., I
With these in
suggestions
Mr. Darr emphasizes s that these wr I II
adds the most S
specialist mind'j
federal agencies do not loan federal I y
handling cattle can be easily
,
money-tliey issue debentures _
vented, insuring an increase \ .
and borrow money to'loan, as well tle I I I \ -.' .
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as use money_ << supplied:by their own I I flt l. .
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farmer. members. : ''W 1
''Mr. Darr and others : <; H.
Both are Seaboard-Coast :' A. ;
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pointing7 to the fact that farm land : .
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prices have risen for the pUtBey. '
eral years while''net' farm income j '
EffectBig Saving :
has ''been declining:J. :'' 'This bas :1 .
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about unfavorable relation r
brought an TAMPA Economies realized ., '
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between 'net farm income ; -
after five .years of operation will : ,
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and'cost land and made U..in re
equal $38-million if the Atlantic ;
difficult to pay for'lnad out of'thefarm Coast.Line and Seaboard Air Line '

income obtained 'from the railroads consolidate their .Chv ''FA-. \ ,
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la.'nd. tions. .. f
To those who'would be concerned ,
This was the prediction of ACLPresident
about a' possible shortage of W. Thomas Rice, speaking .
I fann'"land/Mr.; : Darr pointed to the to approximately 404 railroad 'WtltanElectric' refrigerator-freezer (or a home or-farm freezer) you can keep i '

'fact that average' yiel S 'have In- men, chamber. commerce members a supermarket selection of meats, poultry, vegetables and other fresh and frozen. ,

creased'at the rate"' of three percenta city officials and newsmen. u foods at your fingertips. preserving home-grown products ;your freezer, I''I't

year, 'which has increased'been:sufficient He stated that in 1958 ACL and you'll freeze. extra dollars into your budget-save money, work, food, time.
to take care of production .
'
SAL saw they? must do somethingto *
needs without utilizing_ additional cUt. wasteful duplication and You can cut shopping trips,buy foods in quantity at bargain prices and store until : <

land.Clayton's- . .1! competitive practices. ,' -needed. When berries and fruits are in season, freezing is easier than canning. ..t'..
."We saw that we_had to face the -y "
'Sinclair ,facts of competition from other Many rural families are living better, thanks to the convenience, economies .

,: modes of competition" he said. -' and healthful pleasure provided by ALLELECTRIC.refrigeratorfreezers, and 'f
Service Is BusTStopMr. :
And remember. Kilowatt works full time at
Reddy
The.stockholders of the two companies home and farm freezers.

will vote on the merger Aug. .part-time biggest bargain in town!
wages
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and Mrs. Clayton,Waters assumed ,118
and immediately following, a
the South Bay agency for favorable vote the two lines will '" See the new Electric refrigerator-freezers (and freezers, ,too) at your Electrical
the Trailway Bus lines last week '-.
file a petition for consolidation .F" Appliance Dealers.
\nd will operate from their Sin-: -

tlair Service 'Station-ol, U. S. 27. with Commission.the Interstate Commerce J :;_FLORIDA'POWEr! & L.IGH" .COMPANYHELPING 1ft j

For the past several years the i
buses have stopped at 'Everglades BUILD. FLORIDA

Restaurant and ticket sales handled William O'Steen has returned i'ECiA16Ih' "

*by Bully Walker. Prior to that to his home in Miami after visiting qf/f

time'Mrs.. Waters handled'. ticket his son and daughter-1J -law, The :444& !? t# T. 4"

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sales for the bus lines. Rev. and Mrs. T.'C. O'Steen.r- ,

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Friday, July 22, 19C6 The Everglades News Canal Point, Florida I .... Page Five ?1;


George Kingsley is visiting relatives Mr. and Mrs., Ernest Maxwelland Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Hicks and j

in New York and Kentuckyfor children are visiting her parents children Patricia and Billy of

I. [ PERSONAL NEWS NOTES N I two weeks. Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Beasleyin Pittsburg Pa, were the guests for -.r.., ,

Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Rutherfordand Savannah, Ga.. this week. several days of his mother Mrs. "
Hazel Jenkins and his
nephew
family spent the weekend visit- class ,
,Harry ,Sheppard Sq-4th In
I Weldon Cardin. Mr.and Mrs. Hicks -
t Mr. and Mrs. O. R. Bleech ing'relatives in Orlando. U. S. Army is visiting his wife and
and in Miami this week.
family
are
the weekend guests of Dr. and family and other relatives here .
t; Mrs. R. Lester Hatton has been
j'' David Bleech in Orlando.Mr. after 13 months in Germ- ;
b 1# named director of the Vesper Choir' serving Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Graham re- '.
any. He will .return to Germany turned this week,from vacationin
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at First
and Mrs. Corbin and Methodist church.Dr..: f
of Ft.Mysrs: were the,guests of and Mrs. Hatton joined the church following his leave for more over- Missouri, where they visited "

and Mrs. H. M. McIntosh last Sunday. seas, duty. ,- _.... I relatives. ..

They were accompanied home Mrs. Annette McCurdy is visit- Mr. and*Mrs. H. J. :
Mr. and Mrs. B Elliott Jr., ba.e1een' .accompanied I
i their son Tomirle who has I ing relatives In Georgia for several
named their daughter Mrs.
counselors of the Intermediate !
visiting the McIntosh family. weeks.
Fellowship at the First Luther Collier and son Andy as

J Lt., and Mrs. Dill Cary have I ..ehodist Church. Mr, and Mrs. James H. Wilkin- far as Lako.City on their return to

for their new home at Ft. ron and family are :;spending1! week their! homo' in Contonment, Fla.,
AI Wenc is friends
Oklahoma." They will visit .Mr. I i' New York this visiting week. H vacationing at Fort Myers.Beach. !i over the weekend. Mrs/Collier and '
:Mrs. Bill Cary, Sr., in Mari her son s*>cnt several weeks as the _
i enroute to Oklahoma. t Mrs. Don Collier and children are -Mrs. H. M. McIntoSh and her i guests of her parents here. Before
sister Miss' Julia Mathig have re- ] returning home Mr.
visiting relatives in Fort Mead, and Mrs. Anderson
Mrs. Ollie Adams Mrs. turned from Panama 'City where
Fla. visited friends in Winter _
Browning and Mrs. Vernell B I I I I I they visited their father who )fs ill. Park. .
reutrned. their home I Mr. and Mrs. William Chambers '

after a,week visit with relatives have returned from Uvalda, Ga., Mr. and Mrs. Milton Salvatoreand Mrs.'E. J. Graham and children

Glenwood Georgia. where they visited their soninlawand family accompanied by his are visiting relatives in North Car-
brother-in-law and sister Mr. and olina for several weeks.CLASSIFIED .
daughter Mr. and Mrs. Hu
Mrs. R. J. Maxson has Neesmith and family. rtl Mrs, Albert Herron of Fort Lauderdale ---
to her home after several
have returned from a vaca-
vacation visiting in I Mrs. Frank Rozelle is attending tion trip to Cherokee Nation, N. C. PAY BIG DIVIDENDS ADS
Tennessee and Arizona. summer school at ApplachainState and Myrtle Beach S.C.

Rev. and Mrs. c:; D. Stewart II Teachers College in Boone Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Maxwellare

Monday for three weeks vac N.-C. visiting his brother-in-law and DRIFT

during which they will visit re13.tives : I Mr. and-Mrs. A. I. Davis celebrated sister Mr. and Mrs. K. Gilbert in

in Georgia and.. I their: 25th wedding anni- .Chipley Fla. FISHING I j
Tennessee. versary with a cruise to Nassau. ,
Mr.. and Mrs. Leo Wroten have .jt
Rev. and Mrs Don Pinson They left Friday and returned
Monday afternoon. I returned from vacationing three OAIIY i,30 A.M. an* >.3fr '.&
Mr. and Mrs. Lewis of Ft. weeks'in Tennessee, the Carolinas C"-' ONhlMC

dale were the guests of Mr. I Dr. and Mrs. R. L. Hatton of l and Georgia. I -

Mrs. A. R. Chastain Saturday. Miami, have moved to Pahokee.Dr. Blue tewhBtUE
The Rev. and Mrs. Larry O'Steen
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Mr. and Mrs. A. R. : Hatton who received his degreein and son of Jacksonville, visited his HEJtpH DOCKS

and family of Canal Point, 'medicine from Tulane Univer-I,parents the Rev. and Mrs. T. C. BLUE HERON JUVttBIVUERA I
ed to thier home Sunday after ) sity and did work in & specialized. O'Steen for several days while BEACH
field in Miami, Is associated with
three weeks
vacation in
Dr. they were vacationing in South VICTOR 4-357$
and the Eastern States. F. H. Poteete Florida.

I Miss Kansas Todd has ret i!I i I, J. L. Tyson who spent a monthin I I __ ,_ ,_ I ";
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from two weeks visit with : Hot Springs, Ark., where betook I
mineral baths and .treatments rl"1 1 I I if i iflr iflnjtifli-ifli iji if i iji if"S'Jr-fr"T'"ft, I","ft":"ft"ft"fl"'*"'J"J*"J'"*''**'fl'*J''*"J" I : I I I I I l'
{ Clara Maurer in Columbus Ohio. '
have returned to his home
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in, Pahokee 'I IORREINT H

1 I Mr: and Mrs. ,Robert O. Lamp .
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and family. tad, as recent guests.j 2 62 ACRES I

her parents Mr,'_and Mrs. G. B..I ,'"iT "

HAD A VISITOR? Give 2661 Williamson, :her'sister Mrs. Addle I = of F. A. LeFils estate land on 1" l
ring and let us know about t
Stanell ,and .daughter, Cathy all of -
and we will be happy to put I Tamp :: Torry Island for. 1960-61 ,- '!
:' item in our personal news column.Of I 'l "'. .'.itMr : '

i .and.--Mfs.--Gene-McDowell and ... Season .v,.:... ,
'l. course there is NO CHARGE.Thanks. -' .. -.. .. ,1
The Everglades News. !! family left Friday for a vacation fj
I In Bainbridge Ga. PHONE 2774 0
IS YOUR CLUB OR Church ., # ,
meeting this week? We would i Dr. and*Mrs. Thomas Dicksonand '' ; !
glad,tor know.about it and win ii"I family have moved to Fort : : I,1-+: : : : t t : : : : : : t : : J : : I .: : : I-H"H"H H H H4-M"H''M* ,

it as a news item if you'll Myers. I i I
give us a ringat 2661. Thanks.The
Everglades News. There Mr. and Mrs. Chester Mullis have

charge ofcourse., moved into their home which they And. i
recently purchased on Annona Ave.
IS YOUR SUBSCRIPTION BATHTUBS $19

due? If you're going on 'vacation Mr. and Mrs. .X.: P. Herringtonhave Up

let us have a check before been called to Alabama at the.

go. Send $2.00 and well Illness of her sister. NEW STANDARD BRAND NAMES '!

your paper for one :year. .
CAST IRON NEW RECESSED TUBS
Bverglades News Canal Lonnie who has been
Phillips White or Nine Beautiful. Colors to Choose from ,
Fla. visiting friends here has joined hi'JI '

FOR SALE: New and used family In Fairfax,..,S.%c. for the:I No Money Down Charge It! ",
summer. He was accompanied by o
Jets. Walter Ashley's FINANCED ON OUR LONG EASY TERMS
In Belle Glade Phone Keith Padgett, who will be his
I.ITMch. ; Let Us Recommend A Reasonable Plumber
Oct. guest. ..
1 SAVE DOLLARS ON'ALL OF YOUR SUPPLIES
PRINTING OP ALL .KINDS.
'\ Mr. and Mrs. Paul Collier, Sr.,
need cards envelopes .
you i o '
have returned from a two weeks
,
heads statements, bill heads, i :
bills, or something in the : vacation in Georgia. '_. Prove to Yourself Our'Prices Are LowerLAVATORY t
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line just step"to the phone aid tt .# -. I .. .' .j' ,.... .;
The Everglades New*!-:, at \ Mr. and Mrs. Ellis Murphy and MODERN
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'Point No 2661. Wear experts I I son' Pat, Mr. and Mrs. Carol Cone FACE BOWL: IN 6.g'i
producing excellent printing ; axuTson Carl T. and'Mr.rand Mrs.G .; V
ALL COLORS .
:. oar prices are in line with out ; (! F Kincaid recently enjoyed a ?

town printers who;'come. to& deep sea fishing trip out from Sa-. I,
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t Glades for printing,business.Pleas.give : lernc:Beach recently. < t

us a caH. Phone 2661. : ,I '

Mr. and Mrs. R. Windham have
RUBBER HOSE :More than $ 5O -
been transferred by the Highway 31x21 24x21 11-
million feet in stock INKS
prices
Fort UP
Patrol to Walton, Fku, Wind- LEDGE I
,jobbers costs, garden hose and WITH
ham has been patrolman in this Fact. Run #
dustrial hose for
every section for the past two years. Double Bowl and Single Bowl
Suction, fire air, water,

spray. HOSE, REMNANTS .
I ENDS. Couplings of all kinds.. Weldon Cardin is visiting his Kitchen Cast.Iron .... 3.95 s taw
INCH OR A_ MILE. father Charles Cardin and family PRESSED STEEL ess Steel

HOSE &.RUBBER CO. 3950 in M1am1. -..

:Miami Ave Phone ,PLaza -

F :Miami, Florida Aug., j Miss ,Julia Mathis Is the house
guest of Dr. and Airs. David Bleech Where Customers Send Their FriendsNATIONAL'
ONE OF THE FASTEST \ '
and family in Orlando. Dr. and
ING BUSINESS IN AMERICA I
Mrs. Bleech recenty adopted a
New
coin operated machines (
daughter Claudia Jean.
VENDING First time offered

this area. First ,class .. S

available. Responsible) man I : ; : 1 t 1 : I t t 1": I tit t t t : : : PLUMBING SUPPLY'
woman (part or full time) to operate. ,
No selling or soliciting.
West of Burdine's Parking Lot at F. EL C. Tracks '
essary capital $1995.00. I r
unlimited. Do not answer 560 FIRST ST. PHONE TE 3-1777

t,you Western meet Sales requirements.and Mfg. Coo. 8f UfRUTV Free Parking West Palm Beach

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A. A. PasturesIn .
Wed Maloy :Improved '
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Mr.: and Mrs. Glenn T. Browerof

1 2176 East Main St. announcethe I GAINESVILLE-The- use of na ,
engagement of their duaghter
tive and improved pasture,to supplement -
t: Glenda Penny to Alver Allen Maloy. -
each other is a management
: I system that has been employed -
Miss Brower is.a. graduate of according 10
Pahokee High School, Class of 1959 successfully
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I University of Florida agronomists.D. ,
[ I I and attended Palm Beach Junior
W. Jones associate agrono-
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f> Pahokee Cfiurch I First The Methodist Church .College.Mr. mist with the Florida Agricultural
The Canal: Point I Maloy is the son of Mr. and Extension Service says a five-

The Nazarene Canal Florida Mrs. A. C. Maoy, of Belle '
t Of t Baptist Church Point year study was conducted at the
He is a graduate of Belle
Glade.1 Range Cattle Experiment Station
71 Bacom Point Road Robert A. Pastor High School and served
Shelley,
,:J.t.; Elder R.E.Barfield Ona to find a practical method of
r. Charles F. Crauswell, Pastor SUNDAY? ; SUNDAY: years ,in the U. S. Air .
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native and improved pasture man-
'. : Phone 7528) JVO. Bo*'882 10:00 a:. m.-Sunday School 10:00 a. m.-Church School wedding will take place at Pahokee agement.The .
4 SUNDAY SERVICES: 11:00 11:00 a. m-Morning Worship First Methodist Church July 31,
a. m.-MornIng Worship combinaiton of native and
I:' 9:4'a.) m.-Sunday School 7:00 p. m.-B. T. C. 6:30 p. m...;.Youth Fellowship at 4p.m.: improved pastures reduced the ,

11:00 a. m.-Sunday Worship. 8:00 p. m,-Evening Worship 7:30 p. m.-Evening Worship A reception will follow the cere-
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Juniors.f acreage required per cow as com-
6:30
p. m.- MONDAY:
WEDNDESDAY: mony in the Social Hall of the
7:00 p. m-BunQay.Eslenin: f 3:15 m.-Youth Choir practice'TUESDAY pared with native range and provides
-f- 7:30 p. m.-Midweek Prayer p. church. No invitations are being
feed of quality.
higher
I Evangelistic Service. more
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, Service : issued but friends of the couple are
r WEDNESDAY: Winter feed supply the most
8:00 m.-Woman's
I 2nd and 4th TUESDAYS p. Society1st invited to attend.Shower .
:1: 7:30, p. m.-Midweek Prayer m.-Ladies Tuesday2nd critical shortcoming of the native
730p. Auxiliary
meeting. :MONDAY: range can be greatly: increased bya
..' "Where you are a stranger bat -:Meeting...: -. 7:30 p m.-Esther.Class meeting I Compliments deferred grazing schedule. This
once". WEDNESDAY additional feed greatly reduces
: Annette McIntosh
Canal Pt. Missionary 7:30 p. m.-Prayer Meeting seasonal weight declines nad death

.:'. First Methodist Baptist Church mm mm* Miss Annette McIntosh bride- losses and increases production of

Church Pahokee Rev. Charles D. Stewart. Pastor Church Of God, elect of Sidney Alton Stubbs .Jr., the Jones herd.says the individual cattleman -

_....'A. SUNDAY: Barfield Highway I was complimented with a calling'' should determine the forage

'. ox.:" ,Rev. dare'S. Hall 9:45 a. m.-Sunday School shower at the home of Mrs. Lloyd I' seasonal weight declines and death

SUNDAY Yi :..,. : 11:00 ,a. .-Morning Worship 9:45 A.M.-SUnday School from 7-10 requirement of the herd thruoghthe
945a. m.-Church School .. 11:00 A. M. Hundley Wednesday
Morning Worship
6:30 p. .-Training Union. :- 'P'I entire year and in addition
11:00 a. m<-Morning Worship 7:30 p. .-Evening Worship 7:00 P. &L-X* W. W. B. (Parsonage m. should study the production capa- .
6:45 MYF A pink'and white color motif was
p. m. WEDNESDAY: )
v bilities of his pastures.If .
!7:45 p, m.-Evening Worship 7:30 p. .-Prayer Meeting. 7:3q P. M.-Evening Worship emphasized in the decorations
I cattle needs exceed
, TUESDAY: 7:30.P. M.Tuesday-Prayer Meeting : table appointments and refresh- pasture
performance the rancher must increase -
7:00 p. m. Vesper Choir prac- ments. ,
The Church Of God I
n forage supply provide -
theWEDNESDAY 7:30 P.,M. Friday- Children's The refreshments table was laid I I supplemental
r : Of Prophecy, Pahokee Church with a rose lace cloth sprays of I t feed or reduce cattle
7:45 p. .Mid-v eeH devotions 7:30 P. M. Friday-Y. P. E. Eucharis, lillies lagerstroom numbres.

. 8:30 p. m.-Senior Choir' prac- I Canal Point Road mm mm soms and fern encircled the bIOS-I Jones says each pasture-cattle

;-, tice.v John H. Kinard, pastor I Pete Loreti Wins punch bowl, and pink unit is an individual problem in
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I 10:00 a. m.-Sunday School candelabra lighted the table. management, forage production
:L: .,St. Mary's Catholic 11:00 a. .-Preaching Service Trip To Nassau Miss Jeanine Mock and Miss Jill I and cattle requirements and must -
.' I 7:45 p. m.-Evangelistic Service -- be treated as such. A workable
Church' ,Mcllwain; were at the table and 1 I
:, 8:00 p. m. Tuesda--V. L. B. Peter J. Loren.,,Budweiser salesman Mrs. Hundley received the guests I balance between cattle needs and

/ Father David Cronia ?#* 8:00 p..m. Thursday -W. M. B, for National. Brands Inc., won with the honoree and her mother feed supply is vital to the successof

, SUNDAY MAZES i'; Everyone :welcome.' Special musio l a three days: cruise on the S. S.j Mrs H. M. McIntosh. I any pasture plan. ..w

First, two masses of the month and s1 guie-, Florida to Nassau. Loren competed Hostesses assisting Mrs. Hund A detailed discussion of year-'
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11:00.. -.- with 41 other salesmen from ley were: Mrs. Seth Roberts,. Mrs.j round grazing on combination na-
Other Sundays at 7:30. Christian Science Miami Ft. Lauderdale and West Homer S.' Barnes Mrs. Rupert tive-improved pastures is contained -

NI. Of Canal Point ,Palm Beach. Loreti is the sales- Mock Mrs. E. F. Mcllwain, Miss : in Bulletin 554 A, published by
\ St. Peter's Lutheran Group men of the Glades area.. He also Jeanine' : Mock and Miss(Jill Mcll the Florida Agricultural Experiment -

Church Belle Glade How scientific prayer leads to a won cash award of $100. Mr. and 'wain. Mrs. Sadie Barwick also assisted Station, Gainesville.
clearer understanding of Truth will Mrs. Loreti will leave August for the hostesses. <' .

Erwin J. Baumgartner, Pasior be brought out at Christian Science the trip. *"' \f Some 100'guests attended. OLAS5IFiA D ADS P*Y, 'j. ,
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SUNDAY: ;.. The ,Lesson-Sermon on 11'rvth" :

Divine Services 11 A.,.M. will'include;the following passages 'THE U. S. TREASURY ,
School 9:45 A.)I., from the Bible (Luke 01:11 13): ,

... "If a son, shall ask: bread of any -..... :!

; of you that is a father, will be
Holy Nativity, .. give him a stone'? or ,if he aska

Episcopal urch fish will he for a fish,give hima SALUTES YOUR BAfflg{: :

Pahokee' serpent?' If ye then, being
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M."'Wendell Hainlln, Vicar unto your children:, how much

SUNDAY f .. more shall, your ,heavenly Father' '
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10 a. m.--8tmdaq School: give the Holy Spirit to them. that! One of the 14 000 selling
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Rev.,James E. Boyd,' pastor \
SUNDAY SERVICES: "Prayer cannot change the unalterable t. 'More\ lean; 14,000 banks from'cOaft"to ,

9:45.,a. m.-Sunday..School. giveus' Truth an understanding nor can prayer: Truth alone; .,: coast each, day.perform an'.om: r -: ,-,
11:00 a. m.MorningWorahlp .
4 6:45 p. m.-Training Union but prayer, coupled with; a fervent I : standing service for their customers '
habitual desire to know,and.do the
8:00 p< m.-Evening Worship:' their community, and the nation r
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800' p. m.-Prayer :Meeting.: Truth:' by, selling, Shares-I-America i

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Today Bonds are better than ever (dancer sre: yoia'"baa&eraged :: .

OWNED AND OPERATED ,BY MORE THAN' I Every Bond bought since June I/ you to buy your >first SsrfagB :' I

120 FLORIDA CATTLEMEN t 1959, now pays 3%% at maturity Bonds. The next time .yo* jttik:' r ,

,, WE WORK: FOR THE BEST MARKET INTERESTS OF I Even your elder Bonds will ear*: your bank take time to thaak Vm '
CONSIGNORS AT ALL TIMES, ;
an extra 3&% from June 1 tie.:. for his good' advice sad bay au'/
WE ADVERTISE FOR COMPETITIVE BUYER PARTICIPATION ,

,.AND MAINTAIN OPEN COMPETITIVE maturity.. #xtra- Bond- .... while' you, are .L. .
MARKET WHERE ALL BUYERS BUY WITH >

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$25.00 fourteen''months faster than the,old rate. interest accumulates maturity.:Bonds provide. '.
Your savingsaincrease'.faster, because your Bonds income for living'expenses, whileE Bonds build fnest'egg ,
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?;', : /. Millage Reducedcontinued Insurance Costs their own Workmen's Compensation mission last year. Seeing that the Wayne Hundley Is. '

,--; coverage by being "self-in employers carry Workmen's Compensation -
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;;:'; art. One( of the-William from page H.1)f Dyer Down On PremiumFor at $72,842,000 in the year law, that benefits are paid to injured # r,

X :.-.:". .developer of the Palm Beach ahead, a three per cent assessment ,Workers and handling all the Wayne Hundley was recently
t:', Memorial: Park cemetery and mausoleum would produce $2,185,270. The 2& administrative details of this ope- elected president of the Intermediate I.
r at Hypoluxo-suggested CompensationTALLAHASSEE per cent assessment will producesome ration are functions of the Commission Youth Fellowship of Pahokee

f't, > that cemeteries be placed in a $364,212 less, representingthe in the administration of the First Methodist Church. Other of-
amount saved. Workmen's Compensation Law. ficers named were: Billy Boe, vice
t special tax. classification, since The Florida '
,. Vocelle said "We Some president Dottie Lair, secretary-
" ere very grati- 1,200,000 workers in the ;
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their use is not subject to change, Industrial Commission today an-
fied to be able to make this reduc- State last year were covered treasurer; Mary Lee Adams, MYF
t and the commission made his remarks nounced a tax reduction saving
tion in the cost of 'the Workmen's against possible accidental injury fund treasurer.
a ,matter of record.
F- employers $365,000 annually onVorkmen's
insurance Mr. and Mrs. B. Elliott, Jr., have '
Compensation programin through the insurance carried by
!!{ Stewart took exception to remarks \ Compensation ,insur- "
f7 Florida. It should be pointedout their employers. been named counselors of the
of some of the protestants
ance premiums. .
that the efforts of our: deputy MYF. They replace :Mrs Lloyd
; about him and his office.
. Commission Chairman James T.j J I commissioners over,the State who SHOWER TONIGHTThe Hundley who resigned.
"We are to do
honestly trying a
Vocelle said the agency,"can make decide the controversies' which home of Mr., and,.Mrs.,,H,. J. .
k # fair job, he declared. this tax 'reduction as a result of I I arise between employers and em- Anderson on Bacom Point Road Mr. and Mrs. L. M. Mullis accompanied -
L County Attorney Harry Johnston -
fl', economical operations and being ployees over the application' of the will be the scene of a bridal showerfor by their son Tim Mullisof
under the law
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explained '
;:,', the county ',board hasn't authority able to cut" unit costs of admini- law when a worker is injured on- Miss Roberta Hatton tonight Mobile, Ala., have returned!
stration. has been substantial from seven o'clock until nine. rel-
the-job) a from a vacation and visiting
!'t to arbitrarily change a tax roll except ... ..
" Just a the Commission factor in bringing about this atives
: for equalizing taxes between year ago re in Baton Rouge, Montgomery
{' '" two pieces of like property that reduced the assessment paid by duction. In 1959 these deputies ,Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Wetherington and Ringgold, La. Tim Mullis

;' may be unequally assessed.. cities,,and other local government handled 11,709 cases at an average and sons Mark and Kent have has been, transferred from Mobile '

1-, The county board planned to continue ,units for the administration of the per case cost of $33.13, lowest inthe returned from a tour of Florida to Miami by the company with
'sitting, Social Security program (Old Age past 10 years and, a $10 pet While away they visited Silver which he is associated. He was the
as an equalizing body
t; and Survivors Insurance) as it applies reduction that We Springs and Cypress Gardens. weekend .
;' Tuesday and, perhaps later until all : case over period. i guests of the Mullis' I

':. complaints are disposed of. to public employees in Flor are proud that our deputies have .....
ida. It also suspended entirely the! been efficient -
organized to render such '
,;., Stewart property also presented valuations total'nonexempt for- half of one per cent assessment i service," Vocelle added. He .tHHi'H'***** -I1.
'''' charged against Workmen's Compensation said handled
:' various special taxing districts cf deputies an averageof
the county as follows: insurance premiums for 650 cases each last year, compared THEATRES '
f, Northwestern Palm Beach Coun- the purpose of building up a "Sec-' to 245 per deputy in 1952.
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t ty Hospital District, '$21,545,892; ond Injury" Fund: Vocelle said it was his belief PRINCE, LAKE DRIVEINPahokee
"". I Southwestern Palm Beach County The action reported today cuts that,even greater savings could be \

1.- _Hospital District $33,880,717; from $3 per: $100 down to '$2.50 accomplished the deputy commissioners ,. Pahokee-Belle Glade Road
. per $100 the assessment that must could be put on per-
'), Southeastern Palm Beach' County .. -. -
be paid by insurance companies on manent, civil service status. This F -' -
Hospital District, $224,696,100; "c- (. -2 BIG FEATURES
,,- Port of Palm Beach District, $438 all premiums they collect in sales change was sought in the 1959 MONDAY-atWTOAY-xuiaSDAl
378,093; Jupiter Inlet District, of Workmen's Compensation In- Legislature but failed passage. The .S,'. -NDAY- IONDAY-TU '.:;DAY JULY 24-25-26

l", $45,067,326: ; South Lake Worth In- surance policies. The Commissionis appointment! and tenure of deputiesnow \I JTJI.Y' 24-25-26 '
let District $260,905,989. authorized under the law to im- is subject'to political patron ,"The Wreck Of The

The Southeastern hospital district pose, an assessment up ,to 4 percent age. GolIath And The Mary Deare"

i certified to the county boarda on premiums:paid. The reduc- \ Vocelle noted that in 1959 approximately Barbarians"GABY .
millage of 1.7 for the coming tion just made reduces the assess- 83,000 employers had COOPER AND
.; year-a two-tenths of a mill reduction ment rate to the lowest in the twen- complied with the requirements of STEVE, REEVES AND A.CAST CHARLTON IIESTON

1'" under last year, said Commissioner ty-five years since the Commission providing JVorkm'en's :Compensation ..OFTIiouSANDSAUlO I

Ben Sundy. It was reported j i I has been created. The reduction I "job-accident" insurance for IN COLORSOOPE "ALAN FREED" '

:. that the South Lake Worth Inlet 1 also applies for businesses or their workers. Some 190,000 injuries -

" \ Commission contemplates a 'mill- I groups of businesses which provide I were reported to. the Com- .t t t t t tit : I ; I t,J : t J : t J I : I .I,t 1,1 I I tIt I I I ''W I III I I II J J I

age of .32 (32-100's of a mill) com- .
with .34 last Commissioner '
pared year. 'f.
. Foster made the point that, See the Chevy Mystery Show in color Sundays NBC-TV.

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,-; Palm.year's,millages county 000,000.districts Also tax Monday:Beach presented roll roll intangible It might'than for of was compared and 1960$1,142,210,870 be originally by the able presonal a totaling Assessor Palm other to with set planned.property $1,223.-special Beach Stewart of lower last' intangible ---I L'c H E' V R 0 1 E I Record at Rate Year's a Best Breaking Seller-- _. # I I I





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enjoy programs and fellowship. .t tt
Mrs. Joe Thompson was hostess
to members of the Lottie Moon t I
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noon. Mrs. F. G. Gillis presented, a f

program on "Christian Means of r<

Acquiring Money." Assisting her I r 1-:
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M. M. Andrews was hostessto ..4.1 : ,
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members of the Faye Taylor -
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circle at her home Tuesday even '**,-',4 ;

ing with Mrs. Foster Lassiter, co- : More people are buying ,Chevrolet '(including means the buying's better than ever for you right now.Corvalrs ,:

hostess.r Mrs. C. E. Williams presentedthe : ) than ever.before-and ChpvrotetspopularSo dropin for a chat with your deal while the ;

program on. "Christian :Meansof ity leadership 'is reaching new, all-time highs, 'That choice is wide and the time is right! -
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Acquiring Mon y."She was assisted ,,'"' r

, by;:Mrs. Paul Younger, Mr:. : .

Andrews, Mrs. Edward Culberson, (fJ.CH.EVY'S: CORVAIR THE BEST SELLERS i'f f!
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presided, Mrs. H., named E. Unwin the,following chairman,nom-who : CAR OF THE YEAR!

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bating committee: Mrs. Ed Todd.
--. Mrs. M. M. Andrews. and Mrs.: Ed
ward Culberson, who will report at No other car even came close to Corsair in this

the next meeting.. year's competition for Motor Trend magazine's _

Mrs. Lassiter was welcomed as -- Car-of-the-Year award. But unless you've actually '.
a new member of the circle. Mrs. \ driven a Corrair-experienced its silken

Williams led the devotional and ride, light,'steering, grab-hold-and-go traction

f .the August meeting will be at the ,' -you can't imagine }
home of :Mrs Edward Culberson 1STw how quick it really to c isvnoctr
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with. Mrs. Frank Gillis, co-hostess" please. Your dealer's '
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The Grace Jernigan circle met : the man tO See. F*bow**Tr ort ttaij i.
at the home of Mrs. Robert Hen- fcorvair 700 -DoorSidan (with handy Jold-dovm rear teat) -

derson with Mrs. Mary Hammond, '

chairman, presiding. ,
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program, 'on "Good Will Centers.*? -.. ': ,-j,. See Chevrolet. cars, Chevy's Corvair and Corvette,at your local authorized, Chevrolet dealer's..
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Henderson. /1 ;i/y ; Stanley Chevrolet; Inc. .

Watson'EdWIn, FFA Fountain delegates and are Calvin attending ;'_" < : :: ,J ': .

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