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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: June 9, 1961
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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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Succeeded by: Glades observer
Succeeded by: Everglades observer

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Exercises) Seniors Class Nite Receive Awards Canal Point School Has :{I






Planned Tonite At 8:15: Pahokee Annual held High Class for the School Night Senior on exerciseswere Class Tues-of Special Awards Event


day night of this: week at which,

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Graduation exercises for 59 pa- Bill Howard New eral of the graduates. The awards Fifth Graders Go The Canal Point School students
were made by Principal Brooks
planned hokee High for 8:15 School o'clock Seniors tonight are in Elementary PrincipalThe Henderson.The On Tour Of GladesThe were recognized for their scholastic ,

according Awards were as follows: Agriculture 'athletic and 4H.acbieve. t
the high school auditorium, Ii
to Principal Brooks Hendersonwho new principal of Pahokse to Renza Connell. fifth grade pupils of Canal ments in' a special awards' assembly \
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released the list of graduates Elementary school next year will Art; Sandra: Lampi. Point Elementary School accompanied held :Wednesday in the school
today. be W. 'D. (Bill) Howard who has Commerce: Ha Mae Smith. by their teacher; Mrs. '
auditorium.
The members of the graduatingclass been on the Pahokee High School DCT State Award to Alice Haad. Charlotte Walston and two homeroom
will hear an interesting ad- faculty for 13 years. He will suc- Carol Epstein, English Award. mothers, Mrs. W. E. McCa'.l The program was opened by the

,dress by Dr. Paul Graham Dean of ceed Herman Austin who plans to Ila Mae SnMth, History Award. and Mrs. Coleman Coneley, went on 'Emblem Ceremony given by sit

the Evening Division of Palm go to Puerto Rico. Mr. Howard Jo Ann Todd, Home Economics a field day trip through James 4-H girls: Gail Reeves, Peggy Bit-, I,

Beach Junior College. along with his regular high school Award. Melton Autorama in Lantana on ting Lodus Gray Nancy Harrington -

The graduating class ,is as follows duties, has been a foot ball line Carol Epstein, Science Award. Monday morning.' Afterwards, the Charlene Yeomans and Sylvia I

: coach head basketball coach and Carol Epstein .Mathematics party drove' to Phipps Park and Martin, directed by Mrs. W. E.
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Anderson, Shirley Mae track coach. His many friends 5n Award. enjoyed a picnic lunch and social McCall.

Beavers Frankie Nell the Glades will be happy-to hear of Sandra Lamp Latin Award. hour before they returned to their I' County awards in 4-H work were

Brown Joyce Helene his promotion.. Band: Two,,years in band including class room.Chicken. presented to the girls by MiriamLo ,

Compton. Virginia Ann -y the last year, Sandra Lampi Pinto assistant Home Dem---

Crosby, Ladora Nan Martha Sellers, Olga Sheffield,' stration Agent. All the girls in the
Dixon, Kaye, You May Donate To Louise Stacy, Sandra Upthegrovc 1 Barbecue Canal Point Club who received blue
Lamar Williams, Dianne White-
Douglas, Dianne ,ribbon certificates and one year

Elliott Epstein,Naomi Carol Clark LynnFemandezMorrel1" Fireworks Fund side.Drum Majorette: Sandra Lampi.] By Two Lions Clubs pins the County will be awards.eligible to This compete club has in

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Carlota Glee Club; Two years in Glee
the distinction of being rated as
Gillis, Betty Rae Officials' in charge of the Fire- Club including last year Shirley
I An added attraction on the dikein the best 4-H Club in Palm Beach
,Hand, Alice works display on the ,Fourth of Anderson... ,. Ladora Crosby, Mar-
Pahokee Tuesday, July-4, will
Hand, Linda ,Loretta '. July at Pahokee said ,this week brie ,Hunt: Sandra: ,,Lampi, Curtis on County. '

Holley, 'Melbalene .. v that an opportunity will be givenon I lussom, Brenda., TJnwinfc I She a big chicken Tahokee-Lions barbecue club sponsored and Sandra JAcksort received her one
Humphries Dorothy Elizabeth that day for everybody to makea Athletics: Denny Padgett, the by the year pin and four year pins were
, the Canal Point Lions club. The
Hunt, Marjorfe small donation to the fund. Pres- V. C. Denton.Trophy. awarded to Sharon Johnson and

Kinard Julia Ann ent plans call for the Chamber of Athletics: _Ladora Crosby the clubs recently voted unanimously Gail Reeves. Other, one year pins
to ,cooperate in the joint'effort to
Lampi, Sandra Rebecca Commerce Committee to station Paul Rardin Trophy. were awarded to Sylvia Martin
raise cash for Lions club
Scrape, Virginia Louise several beautiful girls on the dike Activities: Lamar Williams. needed Jackie Weeks, Gail Paige and
Sears Glenda Mae entrance with cardboard cartons Activities: Betty Rae Gills. projects.
Citizenship: Eddie Crews. "We are preparing to. feed a Charlene Yeomans. Nancy Har-
Sellers, Carolyn Mary into which the visitor may be priv-
Sellers, Martha Ellen, ileged to drop a coin. Citizenship: Dianne Douglas. multitude," said one of the committee rington won awards for three projects -

Sheffield, Olga It was pointed out by one mem-' Best all 'round boy: Jeff Bar-r.: yesterday when discussing and has had three years at

Smith, Ha Mae ber of the committee that plans' wick Rotary'Club Trophy. / plans for the big day. The chickens camp; Lodus Gray won awards for

Stacy Dorothy Louise call for using''whatever amount of Best all 'round girl; Sandra will be barbecued at the Elks Club four projects and two years at

Todd, Joanne cashes left over on the Fourth to Lampi, Rotary Club Trophy. barbecue pit and served hot to all camp and Peggy Bitting has had

. TJnwin Brenda Kaye start"next year's fund. The fire- Salutatorian:' Glenda Mae Sears. I who care to spend $1.50 for a twor ,years' at camp. Mrs. Bitting

( Upthegrove, Sandra Kay works were ordered this year before Valedictorian: Ila Mae Smith. I I worthy* cause. Club members said ,Mrs. McCall and Mrs. Harrington -

Whiteside. April Diane enough money was donated to ----.. -wGladesShipment I that a full and complete: plate will were given leadership awards
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t Wright, .BarbaraYeomans pay for them. The committee did be served to each purchaser of a at this time.

I ''Nellie Mae this on faith, feeling that those ticket. Along with the barbecue Mrs. Mildred Larrick, sponsor of

I Bacon, John Stebbins who are interested in the beautiful will go a big serving of other delec- the Junior Red Cross,. recognizedthe

I Barwick, Charles Jefferson display will be giving the needed Total CarsWith table dainties to make the meal a following students: Sandi
22,082
Blanton, Douglas amount between now and the success. Weeks, Lodus Gray Nancy Har-
Brooks, William Edward Fourth.So .
I I The Lions clubs in Pahokee and rington, Sylvia Martin, Stephanie
,t Busbee Walter Lee I on the Fourth of July, when 22,082 carlots of Glades Canal Point, have for a long time,I Gingerly, Brenda Ingram Jamie
Crews Joseph.Edward you approach the dike and See a: I I
I vegetables recorded by his office worked cooperatively in their efforts Yeomans. Jackie Weeks and Rick
\ Crosby, Ronald Otto bevy of beautiful girls with the lit- .
this season, G. F. Pittman local to riase money. Dozens of the
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4 Culberson, Andrew Thomas tle cardboard cartons, ,just dig Holt.Mr.
i ,. ; Davis, John Jr. down and bring out a few cents to representative of the USDA Marketing club members give a full day's White. Principal presented-

, ,X; .e tt 'Davis,' Robert Alvis help defray Fireworks expenses.: Service announced the closing i work on special occasions In orderto perfect attendance awards to the

.. -' 'I'" Echols Renza Wayne You will forever earn the thanks of his office as of Friday. raise money for Boy Scout worK, following students: First Grade;

__'..w:. Flowers, Robert-James and gratitude of ,the Chamber of The totals for this growing season I. Sight conservation and a dozen and Joe Carr Mac Wright, Alice Thomas -.

'.; ; ;. ,_, :Flowers, William_ C.. ; Commerce committee that is work- l were under the figure for 1960,. one other worthy projects. So,I and Cindy Weeks. Second

'._';.> :' .Granims Lee ing so,hard, in order to make the which had seen 25,477 carlot equiv- when you see a Lion in his! iJiarJ Grade; Terry Turbeville Kenneth

'- ,,,- Hatton, Robert,Thor day a huge success.Vacation alents shipped off to market. Lions club, colors, dishing up barbecue -j Resmondo Alvin Thomas, and
Jones, Ralph Dalton t baked beans or whatnot,I I
The office will be opened late in Wanda Hitchcock. Third Grad;
,Kautz, John Edward - I October for the 1961-62 shipping just remember that he is GIVINGhis j I I'' Debbie Weeks James Bryant, and

Kennedy, Morris' Arthur season. time and labor to help the less Irwin
Bible Thomas. Fourth Grade; Rosa
Mullin, Tommy, Jr. Pittman will leave the Lake area fortunate. Why not assist him Harrington and Glennie Trett.
Padgett Dennis Colin the latter of this week and
part
Fifth Grade; Sylvia Martin, and
Reynolds, Gary School June 1216Plans report to Spartanburg, S. C., the
Gail.Paige. Sixth Grade; Stephanie
.', Russom, Wilburn Curtis early part of, next week where he Rev.* Rustin Delivers
'.. Gingerly, :Maxine Trett, Joanne
Sheffield, Denver. Larren marketing
will be in charge of the -
have B. G. Baccalaureate Parker and Jerry Resmondo
been
< .: Smith James.Watson completed for service there during the South
: -' Calvin Willis the Vacation Bible School to beheld Carolina peach deal. Seventh Grade; Betty Goodson,
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Williams. James Lamar at the Canal Point Methodist A capacity crowd at the Com- Nancy Harrington, Alan Hitch
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.... .Wilson, 'Michael Terrence church June 12-16. .e munity Methodist Church Sunday cock; Shirley Trett and Jackie

Woods Charles Henry Mrs. Boyd Vorhees will serve as Ronnie Hitchcock evening, heard Rev. Lee D. Rustin, Yeomans. Eighth Grade; Herman

r 4 .. general' superintendent of the Pastor deliver the baccalaurea Clark, Freddie McKee and Carol
Citadel GraduateCadet
1 school. Assisting her as depart- ; Thomas.
\ ment superintendents win be Mrs. sermon to the 75 Belle Glade high I
Local Post Office I Citizenship) awards were present
> E. F. Horton, ,kindergarten; Mrs. Charles Ronnie Hitch school seniors. :
Has Summer Hours Eli McCall. primary; Mrs::OsceolaUpthegrove cock son of'Mr. and Mrs. Charles ,His cubject "Beyond Horizons.' ed by Mr. White to the following

; junior;;aad Rev..Robert E. Hitchcock Canal,'Point, receive was taken from a scripture text students:.Te.ssieAllen.Mac Wright..

'A., $Beginning Wednesday June, 14.th Shelley, intermediate., Mrs. L- ed a''.B..A. degree in history from, "and it shall come to ,pass afterward -' Jamie Gibson Gary Cbnley Emo,

*'CaBAl Point Post Office.win C. Livingston wiH serve ,as feaapltality The Citadel, The Military College' that I win pour out my' gene. Thomas! Barney Cherry;

":- ,, oleo on Wednesday: afternoon*. chairman."Tbe;'teachers'ttffi of South Carolina 011 June 3.tekiOck '.rolritn 'all flesh; your sons and Lewis Conley, Patricia Hoyle.

;; \The office wlH'be opes:from,8:36 be ...:. -W.:1Isr.Beaten- of' 'the was a'vatee4 member oC daughters' shall prophesy your James Conley Jackie Weeks;

$ ":; uiW, 12II''eieh-'WtR'; -.. ,;... Tern PetpUfr, .>epaltaMB$ of the the feetfea* team wfefie at'tS ail* ut
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THE LAKE OKEECHOBEE REGION HOME OF SUBSCRIPTIONS are, due if your SPARE ROOMS for rent? If you OFFICES FOR RENT in the, Wro- '

name label shows you to be' m have_one, get in touch with this ten: Building on Bacom Point j
THE, EVERGtAMSServing NE-WS- arrear on payment.: Send along' newspaper 'and"insert' 'a $1 classified Road in Pahokee. You may have 1'{

that $2:00: payment now and we .8d.:It will'get'resulta-All ads any number of the five vacant of-, r

the Lake Okeeeh'obee Farming Region Without* will continue to send you this great I payable in advance*The EVergladesNews flees: Rent reasonable. Phone 7683. 11''
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Interruption Every Week.for More Than 30 Years palladium of the family fireside. Canal Point, Fla. 1
Established March II 1924 Published Every Friday The Everglades News, Canal Point, BUY AND SELL real estate with
Fla." SAMPLE COPIES of last week'sedition ,confidence thru Bill J. Bailey or

Subscription Price $ .OO Year In .AdvanceThe of The Everglades News C. A. Bailey, Belle Glade.
APARTAIENTS are needed by I were mailed in Canal Point and
Everglades News Is:Entered at'the Post Office VACATION TIME is just around '
many folks coming into this area new subscriptions will be welcomed I
In'Canal P6kat.orida; as Second Class Matter I I Before take off /
the ,
to earn a living. Do you have one this week. Just' $2.00 for a year corner you

Paul tiardin Owner, Editor Publisher for rent? Tell them and the, world will keep you informed of happenings -I how about dropping a check for
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through a $1 classified ad in these in this area. $2.00 in the mail for your subscript: -/

VISITS .IN CANAL POINT columns. Send along a descriptionof I tion to The Everglades News, Ca-

f l1ti l iReView .Byi Horace Scruggs spent several the apartment and'a $1 bill and RUBBER HOSE, -, More than a nal Point, Fla.

days in Canal Point last week with we'll do the rest. The EvergladesNews ; million feet in stock prices below I I I ,tI
GOOD BUY! Corner lot 100 x 133
National Guard his parents following his return, Canal Point, Fla. I l 1 jobbers costs, garden hose! and industrial -
service. in Belle Glade. C. A. Bailey, Real
hose for
from Ga leMlIe.. He" left Friday every
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-..... \< accompanied by his mother, Mrs: PASTURE FOR SALE. Farm Suction, fire, air, water, irrigation, Estate. Phone WY 6-3084, Belle

National Guardsmen from Glades_ A. H.'Scruggs, for Atlanta, Geor- land. Acreage. Business loca spray. HOSE, REMNANTS, MILL I I Glade. '
tions. See Bill J. Bailey or C. A. ENDS:Couplings of allkinds.. AN
communities, under the commandof gia. He has, tentative plans to I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I"I
:' Bailey, Real 'Estate, Belle Glade, INCH OR A MILE. AMAZON 1
Lt. Charles Paul; -the 131st spend the summer there and will
Fla. HOSE &'RUBBER CO. 3946 N. 4700 ACRES I
Pipeline Platoon 'from :Bell Gladejoined be the house guest of his brother- I
Miami Ave. Phone PLaza 4-4566.
several other Guard units in-law end sister, Mr. and Mrs. FOR SALE: New and used Willys 714Pd.I Good'"pasture land, plenty grass
Sunday (June 4) at West; Palm Garrett. Mrs. Scruggs returned Jeeps. Walter Ashley's Garage also can be used for citrus and pro-

Beach to stage a formal, review in home Monday 'accompanied by h3r in Belle Glade, Phone 3058. ABOUT 600 ACRES for sale, I duce. Mostly cleared and about t.

honor of CoL 0.,W. Hartwell, form daughter, Mrs. Garrett and two Oct. 1.7-M-ch. partly improved with poor road 1000 'acres peat. Natural drainage (
er commander ,of several South children, Mike and Mattie. They and 2 miles road frontage. Only
28 ACRES on short cut road Lot to it. $125 per acre. See, call ur 1
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Florida Guard units. will be 'joined here this weekendby $175.00 per acre, good terms. Also
of. money but worth it. Bill J. write.Bill J.Bailey or C. A. Bailey I
The review, arranged'as a surprise ; her husband Alvin Garrett andwill WY 1,000 acres at $185.00 per acre. '
Bailey, Real Estate, PhoneVY Belle Glade, Fla., Phone l
performance for the now re visit' relatives throughout the These are bargains and located \
6-3084, Belle Glade. 63084.
tired Hartwell, was arranged, by Glades before returning to Atlanta close by in Martin County, good
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Lt. Col. Enoch Hunt, commanderof Sunday. -- chance for fast increase in price. f
__ .. ._ ATTEND FUNERALOut ATTEND CONFERENCE
the 160th Transportation ,Bat- Rev. and Mrs. Donald Padgettand J B. POWELL JR.: i
talion, a unit which' succeeded an of town relatives here for ; ,
Infantry Battalion' which Hart-- New InterchangeTo the Lowery funeral were: Mr. and children Donna Joy, ,Duncan BROKER I

well organized after "World"'War 2 Mrs. H. C. Barkwell, air and Mrs. and Suzanne of Chattahoocnee Harvey Bldg. West Palm Beach t

and'still includes several-'of the old Be\{ DedicatedTAMPA : Frank Rogers, Mrs. T. A. Fowler, were Monday over-night guests of for full information.
and Mrs. H: T. Fowler all of Dub- his parents Mayor and Mrs. Dun '-
infantry companies.The in Pahokee. Early I : I : I : I I : I I I I : : I I I I I : I I I
parade ''and unveiling of 'a lin, Ga, W. N. Fowler of Boston, can Padgett
.Mass., Edgar, Clifford and J. N. Tuesday the Pastor and his wife
larger portrait of Hartwell which John M.' Hammer,
will be hung in the West Palm chairman of the Florida, State Wood;' Mrs. John O'Neal, Durwood t left for Lakeland to attend the annual BACK TO ALABAMAMr.

Beach Armory, ,was staged in,recognition : :Turnpike: ,Authority, said today Fowler; Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Lowery II Florida Conference of the and Mrs. J. B. Rodgers 'eft ,
of Hartwell's more than dedication ceremonies for the new and Mrs. Elizabeth' Pierce all cf Methodist Churches. The children Thursday for their home in Red ,

30 year career in 'the service; for Boca Raton Interchange on the Macon, Ga.; Mrs. W. N. Price and remained in Pahokee for a short Level, Ala., after spending the ]J

his sincere devotion to (duty and for Sunshine State Parkway have been Mrs. Eloise Johnson of Glenwood, visit with their_grandparents. past week as house guests of illS '

establishing an outstanding example arranged. Ga., Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Price of GRADUATIONMr. brother and'sister-in-law,' Mr. and
for men'to follow. Hammer said construction on Rome, Ga.; and 'Rev. and Mrs. A. ATTEND I Mrs. H .G. Rodgers, of Bryant
and
Stokes
and Mrs. Roscoe
Hartwell, now assistant' postmaster the modern interchange which W. Meeks and sons Mike and Markof I While here they also visited an-
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Mr.:
their son-in-law and daughter,
.at West Palm Beach,'-joined started in October, 1960, is now Folsom, La other brother and sister-in-lav,
and Mrs. A. T. Holt of Canal Point,
'the National'Guard in'1930.'Heroseto complete and an appropriate ,dedi- Mr. and Mrs; Leavy Rodgers of
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Rardin spentthe went to Gainesville Saturday to at-
cation is scheduled at Canal Point.
the rank of Lt. Colonel and ceremony IfDanny'
tend the graduation exercises (
Battalion, Commander overseas' in the,interchange'Saturday, June 10, weekend in Deland and attended Mullis. While there, they ..

World ,War 2. 1961, at two-thirty' p. m. j I the graduation exercises of I were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Johny Smith of Canal Point returned -

After.being released,from,active A*traditional ribbon-cutting ceremony her .cousin, Miss Kay Seckinger, Danny Mullis and baby Little Dan- home Friday from a visit in
duty, he re-organized the Guard at will mark the official opening -
from Stetson University. They returned ny accompanied them home on Tallahassee with his brotherinlaw -
West,, Palm,Beach, forming',an' Infantry 'of the $313,276; interchange. to their home in Canal Monday: and will be joined here *and sister Mr. and Mrs. Harry

''Battalion which he commanded Invitations have been sent* to Point on Tuesday. this weekend by his parents. I I Brooks Elarbee.
from 1947s to'retirement jn dignitaries and leaders from ,

1957..' Company E, Belle Glade sone' around" the State'of Florida. Members -' -

of the:five units, in HartwelTs of the Florida State Turnpike
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group. I Authority will be present.
.. Chairman Hammer will deliver ,

1 Piano; Recital =Is,. ;the There dedicatory will'' be address.'a- -presentation x>f HOW' MUCH YOU HARVEST

T Given"-In:Belle Glade \ plaques to individuals who playedan

important role in the establisa ,
i .The music,pupils of Mrs. Mad e ment of this new interchange. DEPENDSUPON HOW

: Taylor presented a. ,piano recital; The Boca Raton Chamber of .

last Thursday evening in'the Wotn- Commerce and the,Arvida Corporation MUCH' YOU PLANT .

arcs Club Building in Belle ,Glade: are assisting,the members nf I ,
Those participating: from this, .the Florida-State,Turnpike Author- x

community''were: Gloriau'arid"KayHall ,,ijy# in arranging the dedication .
;of Bryant, KandT'Mcdair'of ceremonies.The .

'Canal''Point' ; Brenda AndrewsTand' 'new interchange, which was

:Marjorie Kahn of Patiokee. constructed.by Di'ckerson, ,Inc. cf
Stuart Florida; is 32 miles front Saving:is like, planning. The more ... .
NOTICE OF INTENTION
TO REGISTER'FICTITIOUS the southern'terminus of the'ParKway you put down,' the more' you get. ; S -
Miami. 1 But two dif
NAME? there are Importan -
Notice is ''hei'ebY'g1\"en that'the The interchange is connected to G ferences. A savings account is .,
Boca Raton-Road (SR 806) and'affords ,
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1 uridersigned'Surder' the"provisions' North1'Brbward .'andSouth not subject to the risks of weather' M

j of Chapter 20,953, Laws of Flortea:; Palm Beach County motor- .; and drought. And, to keep your
County'
: Acts1 of 1941!*regteter'wita the
>i jta a new,,access to ,the Sunshine i account Clerk:of the Circuit eo rt.C'aad '
fort Palm ,Becah County? F1brldS tate Parkway.,'Hammer- .: said.' # REOULR aVh g. You may be IS J Jamazed .

vf&Kt receipt proof:5of.!Pubtte,* 'p >I1CEATItN' bow much you caw save;- JOpatnlesety J.I ,'It'-

tio ; .of,this notice,*the fictitioaa ;, ; out of.income. ''Let us't
nameto wit_ ._, _._.. j }wish to, express my deepest .
n ? ratffudeI 1 tea the facts.Erwgladcs. A
GLADES EN'l'EBftDSErllNo... and thanks:to my'.frieads: you
under : ,and:Neighbors the'kindness! and 0UR
which we",are.,engaged jn FOlt .
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fcufiiness.at Canal PoinVFiorida.That love, shown jne during"my recent ,-- to
F the' parties interested, in I'illness,/fax'the'hospital and recovery : ; :'-:, ... .11 O

said business'areas fonows [ :; at,home.: ,-Thank*you fore: 'x'p. > '

{ ( # T\i 1ie '{Jrl:Pth"'a t; prayers beautiful flowers cards .

," H r 'B.zWilitsonr'Yict'S'" gifts and visits., _

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*-:.> :' t !$ [ s..] Butch High In-Heldt Air ForceAt Honor Talk members Communism. Canal' Before\and Point guests LionsThe Growth Lions were enter-Club USDA Program Club On Enjoys Honey 1




, Mr.and Mrs. O. D. Carpenter returned Dr. and Mrs. H. H. Sears, Jr., Dow Airforce Base in Maine, tained Monday night by two rep- What more fitting program sub-

r' to their home hi Pahokee and children returned to their home a former Canal Point_ resident Js resentatives from, the Eastern AirLines ject for the last meeting of the

f\ Sunday from Tallahassee where n :West'Point; Miss;'sUnday after making his-mark in the world. of Miami, Vernon Ashley and USDA Club of the season, held at
if:: they were the weekend guests of spending the past week with his That's Butch Heldt and the following Jim Garrison. Mr. Ashley gave a the Community Building Canal

: their. son-in-law and daughter, Mr. parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Sears, story from the local paper brief' talk on the rapid growth of Point, June 7, than the little man-

il h' and Mrs. Dan Bordnaes. They attended Sr., in Canal Point. there--will ,be interesting to all local Communism in the United States facturers of honey. .
\w'. the graduation exercises oil MA and"Mrs. L.: M. Mullis of Pa- residents: through the government, schools, A. Jack Little, General Mechanicfor

';.' Saturday evening at tHe Florida lokee, drove up. to Gainesville An airman that has brought churches an
.' State University; at which time Monday to attend the graduation recognition to this strategically located the history of the film "Operation Research Division, U. S. Department t.

.. Dan received his B. S. Degree ,in exercises of their son, Danny Mulls Strategic Air Command installation Abolition" which was the main of Agriculture, Everglades *

., Chemistry. and returned, home that even-I time and time again has part of the program. This 'picture Experiment Station, Belle Glade,

::: :Mrs. Erskine Coleman of Gulf Ing.Mrs. I been selected '"Outstanding Air- wgis made in 1960, Ashley went cato having worked with bees as a hoo- .
A. M. Pugh accompanied; man of the Year" for 1960. MSgt. say, in California and has been '
. .... port, Miss., .is the house guest r f by since 1948, is quite an authority
her cousin Mr.; and Mrs. Cleve her daughter; Mrs. Hazel Chastain,: Arnold J. Heldt, NCOIC of,the Re- shown to thirty to forty million with them, their living habits, and '
t' both of Canal Point, to Salt Springs tention Office, is this airman. people in the United States since
\ Cruthird in their products-honey and bees- |.
J. Pahokee. this weekend and met her brother- "In this position: and in the absence that time. The guest speakers were wax. i ,
Mrs. Mittie .Cruthirds of Salerno :- n-law and sister, Mr. and Mis. of an OIC, he has conductedone I introduced by H. H. Sears,' .program -
.. ,. was among the out of town Guy Vanland1 1gham. of Cairo, Ga. of the most outstanding retention -I chairman and P. A. Slonaker Jack says, with his naturally
guests to attend the shower in hon- Mr. and Mrs. Stephen TrumbuH programs in'the 'Strategic outgoing 'president, presided over curious and suspicious nature, that I

or of her niece, Miss Kay Friend: of Miami 'were the weekend.guests I Air Command', stated Col.. GeorgeW. the business.An this was the only hobby or sub-
held Friday evening at the home of I of Col. and Mrs W. S. Evans at I R. Zethren, wing commander, announcement was made profession where he would know if
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'Mrs. R. R. Long in Pahokee. Cypress Lodge, Port :Mayaca. in a letter to the Eighth Air Force concerning the Canal Point StreetLights he was being stung, so what else
Mrs: E. E. Bishop and daughter R.L.. (Ray) Hawk Sr., returnedto director of personnel. $859.00 has been collected could he do? Of course, this is a

Betsy of West.Palm Beach attended his home in Canal Point Sat- Sergeant Heldt's, program was and this leaves a balance of mere sample of the humor the I
the shower! : for her niece :Miss urday from Good Samaritan Hospital rated "excellent" by a SAC, Staff $200.00 still to be donated before USDA: Club members'enjoyed, as .
Kay Friend held Friday eveningat in West Palm Beach, wherehe Visit Team in November 1960 and July first.Sorry. he presented a talk about bees,

the,home of Mrs. R. R. Long in underwent surgery May 26.ASCPIanPaysBig. "outstanding" by the Eighth Air .. bringing out little known facts and
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highlights of bee raising, followed j
Pahokee. Force ORI Team at the same
Fathers To by .a film entitled "Story of the I
tune. Dow has received two let-
Mrs. Wallace of Baton
Pope Bees," and an informative question \
Rouge, La., is the guest of Mr. and ters from Maj. Gen. Hunter Har- and period. t

Mrs. J. G. Thomas and other ris, Eighth Air Force deputy com- Help Kids Or Else Florida rates 3rd highest in the I
In Palm Beach Co.Sam .mander, ,and one from Brig. Gen.
friends in Pahokee.Mr. .
production of honey in the U. S.,. i
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Perry Hoisington at
and Mrs. S. S. Scruggs, Sr., producing 19,390,000 pounds last 1..
time 820th Air Division commander Wayward fathers will have a
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of Runyon, accompanied by her sister Schooley, county office year with an income of $3,374,000 \
Dow the excel-
,, commending on simple choice of either supportingtheir
,Mrs. Susie Williams of Chief-! 150000.00 for Jack him-
wax.
manager for the Palm Beach Coun- plus
;; lent results attained in ,the Select- children in
land the of or spending time self has about 65 hives in I
were Sunday gusts ty ASC Committee reports that 119 ive Reenlistment Program. operationat '
Beach
their son and daughter-in-law, Mr. farms participated in the 1960 ,"Retention at Dow has continued county jail when the Palm the present time, thereby con- I
and Mrs. S. S. Scruggs, Jr., and ACP program by establishing one to improve since these inspec- County Juvenile 'and Domestic tributing to this figure.
family in Lake :Wales. Relations Court begins operationsOct. Honey and the use of it
or more approved conservation appearson
I tions and, as of this date, Dow nas
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Sears and practices. an outstanding officer, and airman 1.That's. records as far back as 3800 BO,
family, of Atlanta, arrived here Mr. Schooley said that the total I I retention rate," Colonel Zethren's the view of County Judge so it is not exactly the newest

Sunday and spent the week visit- assistance received by farmers letter continued., Paul T. Douglas, who drew jp thing on the table. Many new uses, ;

ing both their parents, Mr. aid through the 1960 ACP was $89,403. Regardless of ,the job, doing it the bill passed by the State however, are being discovered I

Mrs: H. H. Sears in Canal Point This Federal assistance amountedto in a professional manner seems to Legislature. ,through research every day. Not
and Mr. and Mrs. Homer Barnes In less than 50 percent of the cost be routine for Segreant Heldt as he Douglas said a, hard-nosed judge only is it a food with high nutri-
Pahokee. of performing the approved conservation received the Commendation} Medal will be able to save the county and tional value and extremely useful "

Wayne Sears arrived in Canal practices. The farmers for outstanding work in the Family state thousands of dollars paid out for quick energy, but it is used in

Point last Friday from Universityof themselves contributed the remain Services Program and another for to,families who aren't being sup- the manufacture of medicines,
Miss., at Oxford, Miss., where der of the cost and used their own: I I his achievements while a member ported by fathers as they couldbe. vinegar and wine. Beeswax is used<<
he has been attending the collegethe labor and equipment in most cases of the 3rd Air Rescue Squadron. .. by nurseries for grafting, and in J'I
in carrying out the practices. The I'I the manufacture of car polishes,
past! semester. After spendingthe Beginning his military career "The court won't cost, he said.
weekend in Canal Point with purpose of this 'cost-share type with the calvary in November of "It will pay" floor wax and candles.
is to increase the extent 1 l Regular members attending t
his parents he left Tuesday'to drive program } 1939, Sergeant Heldt has :held var- His theory clear-cut. If. an
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and of conservation were; B. A. Belcher, Virgil Bracicer 1
speed measures !
back ious positions4during his 20
to Oxford where he is enrolled years investigation disclose that a father
in Summer SchooL: : that are essential for maintaining with the service, which include of his Tom Bregger, M. H. Byrom,
the capacity of our farms and crashboat first is capable supporting Irene Doub, P. H. Dunckleman, D.
sergeant
Miss Madelyn. Kelley or'Ft.. skipper, children .but Isn't, he is clapped Jr. J. R.
ranches to produce sufficient food NCOIC, information services and W. Fishier. W. T, Forsee, ,
Pierce is the house, guest of her and other raw materials to meet public relations and sergeant ma into jail to show that, there is'a Gifford, Carolyn Glover, C. O.
brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and the.future needs of the nation. court that means business. Grassl V. E. Green J. F. Joyner,

:Mrs. J. V. Thomas Jr., in Pahokee. Mr. Schooley stated that the, jor.In April 1952 he was assigned to Douglas doesn't overlook the J. Little Dee Maxson, DorothyO'Neal

Nat Nason of West Palm Beachis farms on which approved conser- West Palm Beach AFB, Fla./'where fact that a father in jail can neither E. R. Rice T. E. Summers,

the guest of his gr grandparents, vation practices were performedwith he was given the task of activating earn money nor support his E. H. Todd, Donald Waddell, H..
Mr. and Mrs. Earl Maxson in Ca- ACP cost-sharing assistance a crashboat squadron to assist children. But he feels sure that Whittemore, and Otho Richey.

nal Point. represented 35 percent of the farmland Air Rescue Service in water transition when the word gets out that an e-- _
Mr. and Mrs. H. A. (Bobo)' Pughare and 17. percent of the crop- flights with Grumman Al- tended jail visit, is imminent fath-

the guests of his parents Mr. land in the county. batross aircraft. While assigned to ers will be eager to, meet their ob Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Jernigan of
and.Mrs. H. H. Pugh' In Canal Some of the major conservation this base, from 1952 to 1956, he received ligations. Clewiston and their guests, their
Point. They will also visit other practices performed were: Land 19 letters, of appreciationand -1 !. son-in-law and daughter and

relatives in Pahokee and Canal leveling, ditching, constructing pitsor I commendation and assisted in Mr. and Mrs. O. H. Sheppardand children, Mr. and Mrs. Edd Melton
Point before he has to report to ponds, initial establishment of making four training films for daughter Hazel of Canal and Joe and Cynthia of Gainesville,
his base in New Orleans. permanent vegetable cover. I Headquarters USAF. Point returned.home Sunday froma were Sunday visitors of her broth-
i The 1961 ACP is essentially the and his wife and sister Mr. and Mrs.
Elinor Brackin of Pahokee and Sergeant Heldt weekend visit with their son-in- er-in-law ,
.Mary ,Lee Little of Belle Glade same>as the, 1960 program. Farmers Betty, have four daughters and law and daughter Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Harrington and family in

visited with Mr. and Mrs. Loyd who ,need help with conserva- two sons, Arnold Jr., 19; Martha, Danny DeLeon in Tallahasee. Canal Point.GLADES .
Brackin over the weekend in Eagle tion on their farm should contact I 14; Sharon 13; Ellen 6; Timothy,
the ASC office 531 North Military -
5 Arnold is air-
Lake. ; and Anola, 4. an
Trail, West Palm Beach. f
man second class and is assigned
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Rev. and Mrs. A. W. Meeks and .- -- _
sons, Mike and Mark of Folsom. I to Group Headquarters. Squadron.
La., returned to their home last Tourist [Business *> ; -

Thursday. They were called here Shows An Increase:>, Miss, Juanj.taD.ur: ENTERPRISES I E
the week before bi-'the serious:ill- :
-ne.9Sand death of her father, S.'Flowery .. MIAMI BEACH-After a serious Wed'To Bobo Pugh :

; of:Pelican Lake.-: slump in .Florida's tourism last (INCORPORATED) I
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9unday'after'noon
'.r aiici..early.1961 At o'clock on
business is !
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G I: picking.up:as a result of'a''revitalized ,- May'28 Miss Juanita.Durau, Offering':&New Piling and Pile Driving I
Velda Spreads promotion program. became the bride of Hinton Ander- t I

Out Statewide Wendell Jarrard, Chairman-Di- son (Bobo) Pugh in,a quiet double Service To The Everglades !
rector of the Florida Development ring ceremony performed at the a
Commission made this statementto home of the' bride's parents. The I
J'ACKS9NVILLE-Velda Cooperative members of the Miami 'Beach bride is the daughter of Mr. and No matter what your needs in piling, just give us I

Dairies has,been. formed as Chamber of Commerce at the an- Mrs. Louis Durau of New Orleans, a ring at 7940 and we will be ready to take care of |
\ a' statewide ;agricultural cooperative nual meeting at the FontainebleauHotel. La. The groom is the son of :Mr. your wants. We have piling, green or lightwood,

of independent producers of and Mrs. H. H. Pugh of Canal for your needs. You'll find our prices reasonable.Give i

mily and milk products, accordingto Jarrard said the effects of a new Point, and the grandson of Mrs. us ,a call if you are planning a building. 5
Henry B. Pownall, Miami, general hard-sell began to show In March Mamie Pugh also of Canal Point.
manager and secretary-treas when Welcome Station traffic, 'a Only members of the immediate ,;,,1'1111111111111111111111- i HHI M HI I HI II'
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family and close friends were pres- Estimates Cheerfully Given
The cooperative has purchasedthe gained nearly 50 percent over the ent at the ceremony. Free
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.of the Velda Corp., Pownall said New Yorkers registering at the
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state's Welcome Stations almost -
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Gerald Keller served as best
in Jacksonville, Miami and doubled in March over the Glades Enterprises
Winter Haven. corresponding period, In 1960. Jar man. .' !
rard said he increase Following a honeymoon in South
The Velda Corp. was formed in thought this
.1949; with Arthur Vining Davis asthe could be "directly attributed- Florida and a visit with his parents CANAL POINT, FLORIDA

principal stockholder.The firm the efforts of the new Florida and other relatives in Canal Point OWNED AND OPERATED BY:
'manufactured ice cream only .un Showcase in Rockefeller Center:in and Pahokee, Mr. and Mrs. Pugh'will i
'tl32.when it launched its first New York ,City where information make their,home In New Orleans :- George H. Tucker, Jr., President

B lkprodudng operation in Jacksenyille. about Florida is disseminated."We where lie is a radio man in Harold B. Wilkinson,Vice President.R. .

are able to tell the Florida the U.S.,Coast Guard.- O. Shackford, Sr., Secretary-Treasurer _
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rules to
new artificial designed
s ;_ To 'Senate Bills benefit one form of transportationat I ffl4Ij Weds Sgt. E. L. Norris

the expense of others," Dun- I

. '"i' James T. Duncan Manager of can added. 1I Miss Betty Williams, of Canal
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11., .. the Traffic Division of(the Florida \ Point became the bride of Sgt.

.' Fruit & Vegetable Association, ,Allstate Offers Earl L. Norris of Huntington,
j: Orlando, Florida today appealed West Va., and now of HollomanAir
r, to other organizations and individuals Great New ServiceST. FOrce Base in New Mexico.
" .x to join the Florida Fruit & I
Rev. John E. Rushon officiated at I
t" J Vegetable Association and the PETERSBURGJudson-B. FI. ,
double ring May 14,
' Growers and Shippers League of Branch president of Allstate Enterprises iJ. a ceremony .
12:30 m. in the Bible Baptist
Florida in expressing to members Inc., says the Allstate .. s -i p.
r- of congress opposition to Senate Motor Club is starting service in Church of Alamagordo New M x-
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.- Bills S.'1197 and ;. 1)89: a; well as most states including Florida with ico.The _
companion bill I R. 5931. expansion to other states plannedto StCRETARYNEEDED! bride is the daughter of Mr.

::i:. "Principal reaor.s for opposing follow as soon as: possible.Th4 A\N\ X MA'fi1FLPMl4YTEDVAO- and :Mr.M.. L. Barfield of Canal .

them are that we regard these Bills( I ; S irs. Roebuck and Co. sub- fzK71S*&<\r, er5MmreE44 'f4uY'S'APc+ Point, graduate of Pahokee High

fi"- as unsound tran sportation legislation -:, sidiary will offer a number of extra CAMS OOU 2S'ECJEnRYOC" raaf qtr c IT ;School and attended business

"I" and contra y to the long I I benefits, according to. Branch-- in !"vAVV Ur')$ 7, .ll4S JEF'FE: OI4 GSEy y dv4.kiVcav22'uETip school in Tallahassee. The groom
1 I established principal that rates lor I addition to standard motor club yEA21lZS Idol MD 71ft us. Faoos, Fxc the son of Mr. and Mrs. WilburW. '

,, \ each mode of transportation should services. A'.4vy' srEOcF: THREE Qe? W,. aav a Norris of Norfolk Va., and a '
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:' be made for Plat mode. Further, Membership benefits in the All- ,, SHIPS% "tc4fE/ grandson of Mr. and Mrs. E. W.

they appear to be radical departures state Motor Club include trip and I I Norris of' Huntington West Va., a .

from the original purpose of vacation planning specified,, ratesat graduate of Vinson High School in
the Interstate Commerce Act to hotels and motels, payment /or
FORE!! Huntington and completed Radio
I" eliminate and discrimination towing and road service 'L ,
prevent emergency
School at Keesler A. F. B. of Bil-
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Miss., and served two years in
t and the general public," Duncan an arrest bond certificate and f'." wcoffTA/HS BACTERIAL
said. the opportunities for world-wide ELEMENTS as 7xE Japap.
The bride given in marriage by
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terests'need and use 'all modes of Additional benefits include payment ..f
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Base wore a
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transportation in delivering their for legal defense against
;:. \ products in volume to the large ordinary traffic violations check- street length dress fashioned of

:- f- consuming markets of the nation. cashing, identification when travel- ARS OFSERVICE TO AMERICA white organza with matching accessories -

of; We are convinced that the ship ing, motor club,emblem and a spec- and carried a bouquet of

.per has and ought to have the ial Allstate Motor Club magazine. ff&ATSTH oe-an U.S.SAVINGSSQNDS. sweetheart* roses.
t" free right and choice to select the 1 I ADVANTAGE OFSAVtNGS BOHDS HH&H. )OVHQW OR BANK..AND Mrs Sarah Johnson of Alama-

,;J form 'or mode of transportation Mrs. Annette McCurdy of Paho- II I I BECOME fHKTHERS. M7W YOUR GOV &NMeffTPahokee ( gordo New Mexico, cousin of the

{. which he believes to be best suited kee, returned home Monday froma bride and her only attendant, I

::, to his individualneeds.. week visit with her son and, wore street length dresS' of blue
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"The public, both producers and daughter-in-law, Mrand Mrs. lace with matching accessories.Ben .

consumers,' is entitled to the continued Charles McCurdy and children in] GamesCOACHES Hanson, also of the base,

l,. advances in technological Gainesville. While there she attended Pony League served as best man for Sgt. Norris. '

f. improvements; and they are en- the graduation exercises of After a wedding trip in Old and I
titled to share in the benefits. Further her son at. the University of Flor ARE ALVY EARLY AND MELVIN PUGH New Mexico the couple are at I!

11/6'",, development and improvement: ida. FIRST GAME AT 6:30 P. M. SECOND GAME AT 8:15 P. BL home at 2239 D. Loona Loop, If

\ I Date To Be Played At Sponsor SponsorR Holloman A. F. B. New Mexico. ,
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5-15-61 Pahokee Bank & Pioneer Farm Team I

,',' 1 5-15-61 Belle Glade Duda & Royal Kilgore & 3-J Pony CORN EARWORM PAVES

, 'R 5-18-61 South BayPahokee Duda & 3-J Pony WAY FOR OTHER PESTS i
2 5-18-61 Bank & Royal Farm Team i
. GAINESVILLE-The corn earworm ,
; 5-18-61 Belle. Glade Kilgore & Pioneer Farm,Team
is capable of causing considerable -
c* w. R 5-22-61 Pahokee Kilgore & Royal Farm Team
direct injury to field corn, ,
5-22-61 Belle Glade Duda & Bank Pioneer & 3-J Pony
t kaY 3R but it is even more important due
' I I 5-25-61 Pahokee Bank &; Kilgore 3-J Pony & Royal to its influence on other insect (
4 5-25-61 Belle Glade ,Duda & Pioneer Farm TeamR
1 pests.
5-29-61 South Bank & 3-J
Bay Pony
Dr. A. N. Tissot; entomologistwith
5-29-61 PahokeeBelle Pioneer & Royal Farm Team I
5R 5-29-61 Glade Duda & Kilgore Farm Team the Florida Agricultural Expgrimen .
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; Stations,. the earworm
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6- 1-61 Pahokee Duda &'Royal" Kilgore & 3-J Pony says
is by far the most destructive
6 61- 1 Belle Glade Pioneer BankFarm TeamR
.. / pest of sweet corn.
! 6-12-61 Pahokee Bank & Royal Farm Team
; I 6-12-61 Belle Glade Duda & 3-J Pony Kilgore &.Pioneer When the earworm larvae in the
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ears become fully grown they eat .
6-15-61 South Pioneer & 3-J
Bay ,Pony .
,\. I I 6-15-61 PahokeeBelle Bank & Duda Farm Team holes through the shuck leave\the 1
I .. ears and go into the soil to pupate.
, fI 8R 6-15-61 Glade Royal & Kilgore Farm TeamFarm '
6-19-JB1 Pahokee 3-J Pony & Royal Team These emergence holes in the
6-19-61 Belle Glade Duda & Pioneer Kilgore & Bank shucks allow rain and dew to enter

9R 6-22-61 Pahokee Royal & Pioneer Farm Team the ears and may cause molds to

10 6-22-61 Belle Glade Bank & 3-J Pony ,Duda & KilgoreR develop. ,
6-26-61 South Bay Kilgore & 3-J Pony "But much more significant,"
11 6-26-61. PahokeeBelle Pioneer & Bank Farm Team says the entomologist, "is the fact

"-;4 S '6-26-61 Glade Royal &Duda Farm Team; that the holes provide gateways for
: R 6-29-61 Pahokee Duda & 3-J Pony Bank & Royal weevils and moths." These secondary -

) 12 6-29-61 Belle Glade Pioneer & Kilgore Farm TeamR insects d.evelop'and multiply .

7361 Pahokee Duda & Bank FarmTeaaPioneer I I rapidly in warm weather' and by
13 7- 3-61 Belle Glade Royal & Kilgore & 3-J Pony harvest: time all the 'kernels on

I R 7- 6-61 South Bay 3-J Pony & Royal the ear may be hollowed out and

: 14 7661 PahokeeBelle Bank & Kilgore Farm Team reduced to mere shells. I
the word 7- 6-61 Glade Duda & Pioneer Farm'Team Weevils and moths very rarely
say : I
s ti., R 7-10-81 Pahokee Bank & 3-J Pony Pioneer & Royal enter ears with tight fitting: uninjured -
15 7-10-61 Belle Glade Duda & Kilgore Farm Team shucks, so their -depredations !

in the field must be charged i
;* you're savi g I almost entirely to the earworm I

Pahokee Little Games'COACHES'ARE which prepares their means cf i
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fTo"a lesser extent, similar .situations I
:S [ '- : now Y cLELLAND.,LEON SPOONER, ,'can be. .found,'with,.other I
SAVINGS j ;PCAW \ MARVIN GENE BRADLEY'AND ''
PAYROLL. i : COWS MURPHY pests-.on..different crops,"'aaya Dr. :a

,(1' ; Tissot. Headds.thatthLs'i!-one.of i
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10' FIRST AMEAT8S0P.M'. SECOND GAME:] 'AT 8il5: : P. M,
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the-difficulties encountered in i
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the amount of :actually 'I
F' R ,5-16-61 Pahokee Civitan-Spencer Gressinger-Pioneer I. damage

.; seven little words to start you on,a 1 5-16-61 Belle Glade B. G. Lions Hatton RotaryWedg.R done by various.pests.-- / .t I;

: caving "Put me on the R : Pahokee Hatton-Spencer Clvitan-Pioneer ';
Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Cross of Canal -
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5-19-61 Belle'Glade B G
',' 2 Gressinger-Wedg. LionsRotaryR
Plan!I' What's more don't
you I Point left Friday for "Mel
5-23-61 Pahokee Hatton-dvitan E
Wedgworth-Pioneer
to them. Just them to I
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say cay your
bourne where they are the guests ,
3 5-23-61 Belle Glade Rotary-Spencer Gressinger-B G LionsR
do all the work: set aside the of their son-in-law and daughter E
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from check and deliver 5-26-61 Pahokee Spencer-Gressinger Pioneer-B G Lions
se your ,
42661 Belle Glade Civitan-Wedgworth Rotary-Hatton Mr. and Mrs. Doyle Branyon. : ;
you've accumulated enough for R 5-30-61 'Pahokee Pioneer-Spencer Hatton-Gressinger Mrs. "Lurline Cappel of Tiftoo; :I

". 5 5-30-61 Belle Glade Civitan-Rotary B. G. Lionff-Wedg. Ga., arrived in Canal Point Wed- "
s-5 buy now pay-.3P,% interest to R 6261 Pahokee Hatton-Pioneer WedgWorth-Spencer nesday and is guest of her brother I

4 $: keep earning for 10 years after' 6 6- 2-61 Belle Glade Gressinger-Rotary Civitan-Lions and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. JL I i

j': R 6-13-61 Pahokee Spencer-Lions Rotary-Pioneer T. Smith. d I!
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} Sign up now r. ._--- 7 6-13-61 Belle Glade Civitan-Gressinger Wedg-Hatton i t I
t to.buy Bonds regularly where R 6-16-61 Pahokee Hattoh-B G Lions Pioneer-Gressinger Willard McCurdy completed his 1

_':"", you work through the Payroll 81661 Belle Glade Rotary-Wedgworth Spencer-Civitan first year of Medical School,Tues'j
:'y. Savings Plan. R 6-20-61 Pahokee Pioneer-Civitan Hatton-Spencer day, at the University of Miami, -"I I
9 6-20-61 Belle Glade Gressinger-Wedg. Rotary-B. G. Lions and arrived in Pahokee, Wednes- :

)<)it R 6-23-61 Pahokee Civitan-Hatton Wedgworth-Pioneer day, for several days visit with its !' I

:fat t: .? 10 6-23-61 Belle Glade Rotary-Spencer Gressinger-B. G.Lions mother, Mrs. Annette Mccurdy':'!

:; ,..: ,,.: You save more than money with R 6-27-61 Pahokee B G Lions-Pioneer Spencer-Gressinger after'which time he, will return:to I

: ,.\ "' 11 6-27-61 Belle Glade Civitan-Wedgworth RotaryHattonR Miami where he is to be employed -,;
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R Pahokee through the summer. *
'Gresdnge -Hatton Pioneer-Spencer j
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-, ;"" .. R 7- 4-61 Pahokee Hatton-Pioneer Wedgworth-Spencer S. A. Nail has returned to his .
tAia advert 13 7- 4-61 Belle Glade Greasinger-Rbtary Civitan B. G. Lions home in St..Petersburg after4seyr .f
h_ Tke UJ5. Government does loot pay for : y./ 'I : .
.? T*. Treasury Department thanks, for Mir esmnt*' R 7- 7l Pahokee Wedgworth-Hatton Pioneer-Rotary era! days visit,with_his.wife"in.Casal ':!

,' '<>,". donation TAe Advertufejr Cowncif and 14 7- 1-61 Belle Glade Gresstager-Civltan Iii ..'01. _.., ').. .... f o.--.. %_*VUft lIIIIJT! ,'. :,

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*:6. %' Page Six The Everglades News:Canal Point Florida Friday, June 9, 1961
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1 f permanent remedy For
; ,(. : for fatigue is to learn the powerof Birthday. ..". ".. Party r'"T.
: b iI..t. i- Mind over the body or any illusion Mrs. Jessie HughesMrs.
'of physical weariness, and
: so destroy this illusion for matter Jessie Hughes of Bryant

cannot be weary and heavy-laden." was the guest of honor last Sunday -
: The Golden Text is from the
t! atan_ anniversary dinner on
: __ : first chapter of Joshua: "Be strong :
her 73rd birthday at the home cf
and of a good courage; be not
afraid neither be thou dismayed: her son-in-law and daughter. Mr.
: ".. for the Lord thy God is with thee and Mrs. H. C. Clark In Pelican
: .- whithersoever thou goest." Lake. Guests attending the cerebration -
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; : other than the Clark family
f'..: : .First. Methodist : tian Science I Profit Shown were her three sons and their
j,; 'A 1 By families Mr. and :Mrs. D. P.
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., Cosmetic Firm Hughes and son Lewell of Bryant
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,. Mr. and Mrs. Arnold and
Hughes
Ft; Rev. T. C.' The mental nature of fatigue IT. LAUDERDALE Aloe children also Mr. and Mrs. M. J.
, SUNDAY: be explained at Christian Sci, Creme Laboratories Inc., Florida'soriginal Sapp and her mother Mrs. Ida
f" '*' 9:15 a. m.-Church services Sunday in a Lesson- producer of cosmetics and Garrett. all of Pahokee and Earl
fl. "11:00 a. m.- on the subject "God the medications based on the tropical Hughes of Runyon. His wife was
ff ..._ 6:45 p. m.: MYP
of Man." aloe vera plant has moved into the unable to attend due to illness in
t: '., 7:45 p. m.-Evening Isaiah's.comforting assurance of profitcolumn after a period oi their family.
TUESDAY: .
tit: -. 7:00 p. m. Vesper I strength will be read from heavy costs for market develop.. -
ticeWEDNESDAY Bible .(Isa. 40): "They that ment and product research. Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Smith and
: upon the Lord shall renew Sales ,of the ,company's lines small son Stan arrived Tuesday
t--: :,7:45 p. m. ,strength; they shall mount I Ii jumped 46 percent in the fiscal night from Tifton Ga., and are the "
J.. 8:30 p. m.-Senlor i with wings as eagles; they shall; year ended Jan 31 with the sales I II I guests of her parents, :Mr. and:Mrs.J. .
p. tice. and not be weary; and they. recalling $174,698. This comparedwith S. Chastain of Pahokee Mr.
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:' walk and not faint. I $119,411 in the precedingyear. Smith plans to return to Georgiaon
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J A coorelative selection from 1 Sunday and Mrs. Smith and son
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Baptist Church Scriptures" by Mary Baker I I CLASSIFIED ADS visit with her parents and other '
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"- 2nd and 4th Service Phone 511- Pahokee Phone WY 6-2550 Belle Glade

7:30 p. m.-Ladies
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+-0- Q:How does the new 3%% interest rate benefit-me? check every sir months for the ,life of the Bond.\I :" .. !
You buy B Bonds at 75 of face value and the' .- ,'
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$25. fourteen' months faster than the old:rate.Your'savings interest accumulates to maturity. H Bonds provide > ,
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in just 7 years, 9 months. nest egg for the.future.'That's why many -retired ( ; -
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t 10-year maturity period education, buy E Bonds. /.' }
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stays the same but more interest paid you each ;V <+-
i. + six months.With,both E and;H Bonds the new irate: Q:In what denominations can I buy series E and series"H '.:, : '*':

works out to 2H%for the, first year and a half; then Bonds? 5 ; .", .

i a guaranteed 4%'each year to maturity. A:' E Bonds: $25/cost$18.75)f: $50 (cost$37. 0), $100,* ', .

i Q:When did the, new rate become effective? (cost. $75.00), c$200! .(cost $150.00), $ ao,: t: .
: A:,June 1, 1959. (cost $375.00): ';,$1,000., (cost $750.00), t 2*: ,: V ",;

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I. : new rate change bought Bonds: $500, $1,000/$5,000 and $10,000. TheyV. '_ iit., i.
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AiVSavings Bonds.are,. absolutely ri dess wayto
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+ the cash value; of,your Bonds will not drop, that-it ". t& ,.- ..'.-
:Will the Bonds I own automatically earn their.fletr can only grow; '",,' t ,
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Bonds they are replaced-free.: ..
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'*Q:With the new interest:rate; AoM I cash In my old can have any amount you name automatically deducted -;:. .

Bonds n buy hew-onesA ?/ .. every payday. ITae BOnds. you buy by ',- < i
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-, to retain your present'Bonds. Hour do I neJprstrengtneu Amerka's peace power j .
: Q:'How'"are 'series HBO\
+ 'Beads? A:'Peace costs money-money for "s eIIgt \
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''b Page Eight'" The Everglades News Canal Point Florida Friday, June 9, 1961 ,

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t- : Canal Point School- I I Indiantown Band Parents In Calling Shower-- -Honor- AT UF GRADUATIONMr. .

and Mrs. W. K. Aldridge of
!!Ifti .,
?, '. continued froth'page'1)' : 1 Bridgel Final Year Meeting Miss Kay Friend Pahokee went to Jacksonville Sat-

Gets Ov .,' -- urday and picked up their son
'.: bam Broyles, Walter 'Webb andFreddie "
: 'I i' .,The Pahokee Band Parents As- ,The home of Dr. and Mrs. R. R. Keith,who was a student at Bowles

'k, i: McKee. I \ sociation had its final meeting of Long, in Pahokee was the scene Military Academy. They all droveto I

!-: _""\ Mrs., Ruth Stewart, third grade "The Indiantown bridge,over St. i this school year, the following new Friday evening from 7 to 9 o'clock Gainesville Sunday to attend

:, teacher and Canal Point 'Garden Lucie Canal' was built for Model officers were elected: Mrs. James of a calling shower, complimenting the graduation exercises of her

f' :.'..- Club Conservation Chairman, presented T Fords and it has been used right Batchelor, president; :Mrs. Lloyd I I Miss Kay Friend, bride-elect of brother, Charles ':McCurdy returning I

f. ..' "' the Conservation first through the missle age with only Hundley,vice president; Mrs.Hugh Richard P. Korbly, Jr., of Tampa. *to Pahokee... Monday.. evening.Mr. .
.Q Q;;;
repairs and then
,: necessary now Branch, secretary; and Robert O. Hostesses were Mrs. Wilma
: to Harrington
awards
: ', place Nancy said James Thaxton, assistant Lampi was re-elected treasurer. Alley, Mrs. L. J. Fraser, Mrs. Meg and Mrs. J. T. Platt went to'
second. award to Josephine -
and
place
maintenance superintendent for Mr. Lampi reports on the Graham Mrs. W. D.,Howard, Mrs. Tallahassee on Friday to pick up
gave
.; Young. She recognized the State Road Department., Roland Long Mrs. E. F. McIlwain, their daughter Judith, a student at
annual band activities of the past
Lucky Botzler, third grade student A new bridge has been in the Mrs. Earl Maxson and Mrs. JamesH. Fla. State University. On their return -

It'-," .. for his. note book on Birds. SRD budget for three years but I year and on the finances. The Wilson. trip home the Platts stopped "
r '. Certificates and letters were group voted to purchase dravfl .. '
.: .. the rights of way have not been -- in Perry and visited with :Mr. /
: awarded to the following cheerleaders drapes for the windows in the re- 1
provided. In the meantime the CLASSIFIED ADS Platt's mother Mrs. Jettie Platt
5..' : Trett ''Wanda hersal room'f the Band Building.The .I
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: Shirley bridge had become a real hazard to PAY BIG DIVIDENDS and other relatives.
t u'f ,", f Thomas, Josephine Young, Maxine vehicular traffic and somethinghad next meeting will be held InI I. ,

:),{.. Gandy, Gail Reeves Sharon John- to be done. September to make plans for sell- ,
K+4.++1--I t t : t t t t t t t t t II t t..
'McKee J t II : I t II t t 11 I t t t t 11II (
/.::. son, Freddie Richard Early last month Thaxton's ing.of ads in the Pahokee Football. I

t : Averts, Alan Hitchcock, Walter crews began to rebuild the bridge, 'Programs THEATRESPRINCE \i

Webb Bill Irla, Eddie P'pthegrove'l pier by pier, avoiding closing the J -

i." /' Bobbie Tucker, Harvey Housley- span to traffic during hours when Mrs. Cherry BuysA \

Bobby Haggins Jerry Ingram, Leroy -! residents are going to work and LAKE DRIVE-IN
New BusinessMrs.
h Tills Herman: Clark, Terry returning.J. ,

...; Hall, Jackie Yeomans, and Jewel H. Mather, maintenance en- Pahokee Pahokee-Belle Glade Road
pr Sykes. gineer of Fort Pierce worked out a Aleese Cherry's resignation ,
Assistant in the office of Si.S .
as -- .r -
r Mr. White announced the addition plan to permit Pratt-Whitney em- I 2 DIG FEATURES: 'I
tf. Office Build
the Sheriff Glades
r::: of the Safety Patrol Unit or- ployes, school buses and dairy ,
'' ing, has been accepted' by the SUNDAY-MONDAY -TOPSDAY
arid trucks to f
introduced the two pass. SUNDAY-MONDAY-TUESDAY
sheriff effective as of. midnight, JUNE 11-12-13
1"ganiation. -_ school patrol boys Rickie Holt and Crews started work at daylightand
continued until dark to speedup May 31st 1961. JUNE ii-12-is :
Philip Basford. He, also recognizedthe "SUDDENLY LAST"NTAlJ'S
f. :Mrs. the .
Cherry has purchased
'the work and leave it ,
repair
.
: members of the eighth grader
Polar Bear in Belle Glade
business
SUMMER"
: since this would be their last time passable during the night. This I 11"
I and negotiated a lease for additional -
r-}/- to participate in the Canal Point served with little inconvenience TO i ELIZABETH TAYLOR AND
traffic ,while the space where building for an additional -
'' School Assembly. piers and underpinning FRANK SINATRA, DEAN KATHARINE HEPBURN ;
!j venture will be provided. .
was being replaced "as asafety.
,
The Canal Point 4-H Club I
! Boys
"Lickin good chicken in a box"will MARTIN AND PETERALSO- _,
k members did not receive their ; project the engineers said.]
::. be her and those who
slogan,
But this' week new decking Is LAWFORD Battle of River
awards at this time, but they wouldbe know abilities this Rogue. .
appreciate ven-
laid and Sheriff
being Martin RoyC.
mailed to them at a later date.
: J ... Baker was notified that th3 ture. 1 .M"l">"M**<"l''>1 M'fr 1*lIt t 1 I t : t t lIt 1 1 1 1 t t I lIt't I I

OFF TO ROCHESTER, N. Y. I bridge must be closed during
t. work hours for four days from

Wilson 7:30 a. m' to 6 p. m. ,
; Mr. and Mrs.
t F. M. of i. ...
Canal Point left Saturday for Rochester -

f; N. Y., to visit their son APPRECIATIONWe '

f. ,Max and to attend the University are most grateful for the : Another First for Florida. :
h: of Rochester Graduation Exercises kind expressions of sympathy and

a. ". on June 10 at which time he will be thoughtful attentions in the recent .

,. awarded his degree from the Medical bereavement, in the death of S. F. r. ''x,?r"'G'y. f: -,;{?:.aJ.t. .' ?:-, p'..:': $ .,
iL School. a i.,4.6ifni} 4'i:5l.hi. ? u.i< : }:g::: :
Enroute ; e .
up they stopped -
S Lowery. Your prayers, messages, x v6:d.Di $'' r? F C r
fb),<< in Alexandria, Va., for a short flowers, and many other acts of $a,,,kn ,:; -; ''?1t'ry E IR .i4, :iv: :xyn,. .;:
r' visit with their son-in-law and I i kindness to him at the hospital, I ) jF': ; kyk ..

i daughter, Mr.: and Mrs.Don Adams I also the beautiful flowers and oth- A:., '.' 55 2 .

.. 5- and little daughter. They plan to er thoughtful guestures at the

: ; .- visit their other son and family, time of his death. May God Bless

i Mr. and( Mrs, -Dennis Wilson in each of,you is our prayer.

, Chicago, 'IlL, before returning Mrs. S. F. Loweryand

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