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 Material Information
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 14, 1961
Publication Date: -1967
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
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
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 001981538
oclc - 32615395
notis - AKF8469
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System ID: UF00079910:00082
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Succeeded by: Glades observer
Succeeded by: Everglades observer

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That's Right on the Schedule official! report from I I Employment WWWUWuW Holds Council OKehs '"Pahokee Lions Hear Whiskey Hours Up I


the working site of the new TJ. Steady In FloridaTALLAHASSEE Miami FBI AgentB.

Sugar Corporation sugar mill s.1 Industrial Fire Dept. ChargeAt R. Mosley, program chairman To Pahokee Council I .

Bryant where Parrel-Birmingham,
Commission Chairman Worley introduced Wesley Graff of Miami
Ansonia, Conn., contractors, have the City Council in I I I
Brown says Florida employment is meeting I as the guest speaker at the Paho Further action on 'a request to
the contract to build and have Pahokee the
holding steady and he predicted City Clerk Patsy kee Lions Club luncheon meeting change hours for operation of. .

ready for the 1962 cane grinding more jobs for workers. the nation's -I Batchelor was authorized to pro- Tuesday, Mr. Graff, special FBI liquor establishments in the Glades, I
season a $14,000,000.00 sugar mill. ceed in out-of-town resi-
economy improves. charging Agent in charge of the Miami Of- was delayed this week until further -
Despite frequent rains during the dents for the of the Fire De- :
'I The June unemployment report, use fice, spoke on the FBI activities.D. I facts in the case could be pre- i
past month the contractors have for services. The rates
.) he said, will show a considerable partment B. Mathis and Frank Tillis sented by the City of Pahokee. :
been able to keep pile Driving, will be $25.00 for the first hour
increase due to students and grad- chairmen of the July 4 barbecue, The county has been awaiting !
I concrete pouring and other, fn : and $5.00 for each additional hour.A .
' -I uates entering the labor market. reported it was a financial success. the results of municipal elections f
,> ,; dental work on schedule, statement from the
< -.FM? ,1bFlarlda .J! ) > > 3 > County > laxa.es.T,Ftlck waS Inducted into voting on possible changes in hours I
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he said. induction. ?}}1mg; "E'3IDn: a. "i;\ttw i
\Warehouse, Mill building and the 1''or' 3200 feet; cost $7, 52.H. 'The 1 vote." I
' Boiling house. The I concrete imll city will for this at $1,000.00per
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Belle Glade residents
{ mat is being poured in three sec- HooksStarts Work year plus the monthly water Developer Gives keep the hours the same as they
tions. The north and south mat bill at the Airport. ,
I are now. The straw vote in Paho !
'.k have been poured, for a total of Mrs. A.. R. Rice offered to sell I
Street kee followed a similar pattern.
& ooo RW Pahokee
about 600 yards of concrete. This ApartmentD. her lot adjoining the;City baseball
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now
.. County _action .1
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with a large fleet"of redi-mix ., 'j City \ ..
L. Hooks started constuction The Palm Beach County Commission A request to the commission, t 1'
trucks from the Shirley Brothers No action was taken_ on the ;
this week $80,000.00 stuck to its asking that the hours remain the j
on a new Monday guns on
plant in Pahokee. The middle section straw vote which was sponsored by
l which will contain about 700 apartment house to be erected on the Citizen's Committee on July subdivision right of way require-I same as established in ,1952, was I
submitted to the board by the Carnal
.. yards of concrete will be poured a spot where several small houses 7th, in which the public expressedthe ments and won' a battle I II
Point Methodist Church
.,. the first of next week. have been moved off property he desire for the 1952 law govern- mean future savings for taxpayers ; j I
A new office building has been owns fronting on US441in Canal ing the opening and closing of I I I
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disagreement arose over requested
I erected ,by U. S. S. Corp. and is be- Point. He expects to get actual liquor stores in the city. The city :1
ing used as an office on the site by construction under way just as departed from this law early this approval for a Pahokee I: Last Rites Held :

the contractors and the sugar com- soon as the property can be cleared year. subdivision named Parkview Man
.. or. The plat-an eight acre development I
pany. 1 of buildings and trees. A test Clinton Sellers :-
Of special interest to Canal Point I piling has already been driven. -had been approved by the

., is the request for permit by the Mr.* ooks said that the new Operator Sought Pahokee council despite the fact I \

Sugar Company to. lay new pine i building will contain 12 two-bed- that right of way requirements for: One of Canal Point's fine young i
lines into Lake Okeechobee to furn- sand will be modern improvement of State Road 715
room apartment Pahokee AirportInitial men was laid to rest Tuesday, July' I
ish water for the new three-quart-I in every detail. The building were 17 feet short of what was call 11, Tampa at 4 p. m., with full

ers of a million dollar water plantto 1.I will be a two story affair and will ed, for by road department engi- military honors delivered by the ..

be erected along with the mill. be 166 x 80 feet overall. action to secure a base 1 neers. me from McDill Airfo'rce Base -of
The United States Sugar Corporation Mr. Hooks just recently completed operator for the Glades Airport at I When presented recently to the Tampa. .

has made application to the a handsome new apartment Pahokee, was taken by the county county commission for approval: ,. Cpl.,Cliton Roy Sellers was twenty 1
of the for a commission this week. the plat with the skimmed downright ;
Army
Department per- house on Lake Shore Drive with I years of age 'at the time of his i
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mit to construct a water intake I two apartments in it. He remarked The board instructed its airport of way, brought no action: I death
untimely early Thursday
pipe and pump structure in Lake that the new ,building will contain director and county engineer to I from the board. At that time, the I evening, when he was killed in an '

Okeechobee, easterly shore and apartments just the same size as open negotiations for a base ope- I county group agreed that lendingits automobile accident near Cherry

across the government levee near those in the recently completed i rator. approval to plats without sufficient -I Point, N. C. He enlisted in the f
Canal Point, according to CoL J. V. building. I The board also instructed the en- right-of-way would put the P
Marines three years ago from a-
Sollohub., ..district engineer.It I gineer and airport director to con- board in a position of having to hokee High School. _
.' is proposed ,to lay three Ii i fer with South Bay Growers- on the 'purchase right-of-way at some future ,
He a'native'of Palm Beach
1 inch water lines and one 440 -1 Boltons Will Take firm's request to build a hangarat I' date-and at much,m'ore expense -]I County was, born in Bean City, moved

power cable from the levee lands the Glades Airport, Pahokee.In to the taxpayers I.
to Canal Point with his parents
side right-of-way across the levee Annual VacationStarting other actions the commis- Monday, the Parkview Manor I, when he was quite young and at-
and to the proposed pump struc- sion: developers appeared before the:
I tended both Canal Point and Paho -1
ture located' just below the bermon Received a letter from State At- board to ask approval for the plat. kee Schools. Up until he entered

the lake shore. Phil O'Connell, that arguments by the
tomorrow (Saturday) torney asking Despite strong service this was his only home and
These would be trenched-in to night Mr. and Mrs. John Bolton I vacation for George Greer, investigator developers' attorney and facing the many friends were saddened by the

a minimum depth of four feet I will take 'their annual for the state attorney's office possibility of a law suit, the county news of his death.Clinton. .

from invert of the pipes to the this year only two vacation-I I who has been asked to resign commission held its ground and is. survived by his parents -

Surface. I popular drug store in be started July 15. again declined to take any action father, Homer Sellers of /

I be closed at that time and re-open Voted to name appraisers for on the plat. South Bay; mother, Mrs. Christine

I on Monday, July 31 at the regular right of way needed" for wideningBlue Later, after a corridor conference B. O'Hara, WImauma; two brothers .

I morning hour. Heron Blvd..:in Riviera Beach the developers returned to John Sellers of South Bay and '

Small Claims Court An innovation this year will pro- from U. S. 1 to the bridge over the the meeting and told the board the Donald,Sellers of Tampa; also sev-

vide prescription service for the intercoastal waterway. requested right-of-way would be al aunts and uncles including M *3.

Scheduled Aug. 17 customers of the store, however.Mr. .I I Heard that a number of residents available. The commission agreed Lula .Holden of Canal Point. I

.Bolton has made arrangementswith on Jupiter Island are asking the to, approve the plat after it was Blount Funeral Home of Tampawas

R. P. Fletcher, Florida Reg- commission to establish a bulk re-drawn and after it had again in charge of the arrangements.

The next session of the small istered Pharmacist, to take care head line.County. won approval of the Pahokee' counciL .

claims court will' be held at the of all prescriptions' between the Commissioners this week ..

Glades Office Building on Thurs- hours of 8:30 a. m. and noon six were putting final touches on the It'was pointed out at the meet- PIONEERS' FUNERAL

day,August 17, according to an an- days a week during vacation. Prescription boards budget for the coming year.It ing, that municipalities and not the Mayor and Mrs.Duncan Padgett, I

nouncement by Judge F. A. Carrie customers will use the appeared that reduction 'in county commission has the author- Mr. ana:.Mrs. Charles Moran .Mrs. I

of that court. The deadline for door on the Bacom Point Road side property assessments would makeit ity establish setback lines within Adaline Stuckey and Miss Alice -. I

filing cases to be heard at the upcoming I during the specified hours. necessary io raise tax levies :o towns. In many cases where Joy Wilson all of Pahokee went to

session. Wednesday, July The Boltons didn't have any set meet budget needs. towns have failed to establish the West Palm' Beach on Saturday and .. I

26. Cases may be filed with Mrs. itinerary for their two weeks off Nearly$6 million in taxes will'be setback lines, the county commission attended the funeral services of I

Mae Pope at the Glades Office from the store. "It's more fun that needed this year to finance budget has been forced into lengthyand John Davis/ Mr. Davis was,one of I

Building.:! way," M. Bolton said. items. ., ', costly right-of-way suits. the? pioneer residents of Pahokee. ., '
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1 The Rardin Building- In Canal_ Point,- FloridaTHELAKE'OFfEE0Ii08EE (NN r MSUBSCRIPTIONS.

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:REGION HOME OF are due if your SPARE ROOMS for rent? If yon BU1V AND SELL real estate with

j' name label shows you to be in have one, get in touch with'' this confidence thru Bill,T. Bailey or

THE EVERtftABES, NE WSServing arrear on payments Send along newspaper and insert a,, $1 classified I C. A. Bailey, Belle Glade.
',that $2,00, payment, now and we' ad. It will get results. All ads .
I the Lake Okeechobee.Fanning Region Without will continue to.send you this great payable in advance.The Everglades VACATION- TIME- is just aroundthe

.. Interrupt/on, 'Every Week for More Than'30 Years i palladium of the family fireside. News Canal Point Fla. corner. Before you take off,

Established March 11, 1924 Published Every Friday I The Everglades News Canal Point, SAMPLE COPIES of last week's how about dropping a check for
Fla. $2.00 in the mail for your subscript
Subscription Price $2.00 Year In Advance edition of The Everglades News
tion to The Everglades News, Canal -
,APARTMENTS are needed by were mailed in Canal Point and
The Everglades News Is Entered at the Post Office Point Fla.
this
many folks coming into area new subscriptions will be welcomed -
_In Canal Point, Florida,,as Second Class Matter to earn a living. Do you have one this week. Just $2.00 for a year '
GOOD BUY: 100 135
Corner lot
for: rent? Tell them and the world will informed of x
.' keep you happenings
Paul Rarflin Owner Editor Publisher
Bailey Real'Estate.
in Belle Glade. C. A. ,
classified ad in these
through a $1 in this area.
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Phone WY 6-3084 Belle
columns. Send
along a descriptionof
BOOM HITS'FLORIDA, EVERGLADES fo
the apartment and a $1 bill and ABOUT 600 ACRES sale, Glade.
poor
(From St Petersburg Independent) we'll do the rest. The EvergladesNews partly improved with road
Canal Point, Fla. I to, it. $125 per acre, See, call ur FOR RENT: Nice quiet 2 bedroom
Some areas of the county, in Florida even, may be cryingin
write, Bill J. Bailey or C. A. Bailey, furnished apartment, 2466' E. J
their beer over sagging economic conditions, but this isn'ttrue PASTURE FOR SALE. Farm
Belle Glade, Fla.. Phone WY Main St., Phone 7254after 5 p. m.
in Florida Everglades,. There, they are dancing in the land. _Acreage. Business loca- 6-3084. tf.
cane,fields and making merry over the sugar' pots.A 'tions. See Bill' J. Bailey or C. A. r

boom has hit the canebrakes, and unless the federal Bailey, Real Estate Belle Glade OUT OF HOSPITAL
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government tightens up"controls the area around the south- Fla. Kenneth McIntosh Patients discharged from the

ern rim of Lake OkeechoKee is headed for high prosperity, of VOR SALE: New and used ,Willys To Univ. Of MontereyKenneth Everglades Memorial Hospital-

a permanent nature. Jeeps. Walter Ashley's GarageIn July 410. Mrs. Lucy Renolds and
When Castro started his Red rampage, America cut off Belle Glade Phone 3058. McIntosh son of Mr. Mrs. Annie McMillian Belle Glade,

Cuba's sugar quota,gave some of the business to'more friendly Oct. 1754ch. and Mrs. Harry McIntosh of Paho- Mrs. Dorothy ShacKford, Harry

lands, and eased the restrictions on sugar production in kee, left Wednesday of this week Sheppard, Mrs. Evelyn Norwood,
RUBBER HOSE More than for the University of Monterey,
the United States. a Mrs. Hilda Jensen, Mrs.Annie Hen-
million feet in stock prices below Mexico, where he will study Span-
Although much of America's domestic sugar production is dricks and baby, Mrs. Daisy Den
jobbers costs, garden hose and industrial ish for the next six weeks. Young
and Mrs. Attie Fae McClain all
ny
:from" beets in the ,Middle"West, some cane sugar has been (
hose for every service. :Mclntosh will be a Junior at Flor- of Pahokee Mrs. Alder-
; Virginia
has been important
produced domestically and Florida an fire air water ida State at Tallahassee
Suction irrigation,I University man, Kdiantown and Tammis .
producer. Now Florida's production is going up. fall.
spray. HOSE, REMNANTS, MILL next Ogle of Canal Point.
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Last year.it is estimated'that: $25 millin in products from ENDS. Couplings of all kinds. AN -- .

sugar cane helped to sweeten' the state's economy and more INCH OR A MILE. AMAZON Mr. and Mrs.. J. D. Stacy and Mr. and Mrs. C. R. We.thering-: f

sugar will be stirred: into our economy in the years'ahead. HOSE & RUBBER CO. 3946 N. family of Bryant had as their Sun- ton and sons Mark and Kent of Pa-
Florida is considered*fb be the 'best sugar cane area in the Miami Ave. Phone PLaza 44566. day over-night guests her uncle, T. hokee spent last week vacationing \

United States. Clewiston has the country's largest raw sugar 7-14-Pd. W.\ Eldon and family of Miami. in the mountains in Sylvia, N. C.

;P mill and there is no reason'why its natural production should

riot he nermitted to ffTOW. 1C
Even should Cuba return to sanity, this country should not

' penalize its own sugar producing areas to fatten the new ? gc aS ."",".."

' 1 rulers, be they lef tisH:or rightish. We should look after our i& *

own country. We fattened Cuba for years, and what did itget '.'. % .: .,' I,!

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A a matter of fact, the Castro revolution has made one *BUZZ IN FORBEEUTIFUL '(:':, :\
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fact reasonably clear Cuba; should have a more balanced : .' or. j
agricultural economyThey should raise less sugar cane. We V-7 SAVINGS _.,. .'_

raise more ana we should exploit to the fullest the ". t\\
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Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Andersonwere ; compact. at ourm c
i, Commission with the
host and hostess,oth' Banish -
cooperation of the stateownedRingling new low price!
Brotherhood on the 4.thof; July, :Museum of Art,,In Sarasota .

A their home on BacomPointrKoWixfPahokee. has opened a month-long: exhibition '" .
.. 135 Danes from- allover of Florida arts at'the Sunshine .
the State attended this gettdgether State's showcase in the RCA 1'

I and joys a" plate Building at Rockefeller Center injNew

, lunch on+,the Anderson's spacious York City I
lawn. Thirty-five guests remained I. Five museums and art galleries i I
I for sdppeand enjoyed' *games I ,'and seven' artists from throughoutthe : 4'1L

iri the evening. They' have met .state. have, provided a display I

,. \ .here for. the past five.)eaEt%. % {of": period ,and:' contemparary -artpointing fI
-- { up Florida _has more to ,
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At Lions Meeting, t| Highlight: of 'the exhibition is a !;;

I t.iODB' 'contest built around the art works k I
I Trier Canal Point Chib met on ,display- Each of the artistsrepresentedhas'written -

: Monday evening with" their*: new a stateinert ..-:
: president: ; J. G. Wideta*: presiding on his philosophy i of art. .it
over the meeting The chairman.of The visitor who correctly: 'matches '

the ,"Canal Point Sttfeet I4ghta all, or the greatest ,number of .
Project" reported WMfuI1ds. staf ntst itheW respectivepa&tftg" old Inlets Bee 'I'II'
I h'aij:,been' 'collected' to> keep'/! the wflf win a deluxe trip' to'

light?'burning-.in Canal>PoInt,for Florida. .' .
&*<*& year: Ftoyttt EffcafikAVaF'l&r --.. -.
tt do \ guest Ci1v1a Dad? AAr ltcir Ti o* y ,- Bar g na are:buatinout- -allover lowea t-priced' compact, it's td t\\:
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11M. Tlft afeetln -wad abbtt a1I t*to ,,:We are' deep iy''grateful to our during our gigantic SWAPPING yours now at our very special low :. ,
ptogIeft off at'ttda'ttme many' trends Jin; Canal:Point.and BEE! We're trimming'prices,OB SWAPPING BEE price. Make a r ;II -

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,. .nOKBIPIiOK/00AU1Jf+ '.. b,- i.ave&f-- l1t, ill tfie*death." tit.lay > .. sweetening' trade-iri: allowances Step td a*full summer of driving" \
.Mgr: apt, Mntf T:,BT TSfxmaand mother"' Mrs Jessie Belt: Tourfii'essag'es 'A1L t .too Take: thV ,exciting* Falcon fun in a new 1961 Ford \'

._; ret>ai sed" ..W'.CaIM or sympathy ..throughprayers I I Tudor above1. Already America's' cfc Falcon. .- i

\. Point Thursday;after, ?a months csMs and'uowers' 'will'always .:- ,_ .BQMd M Y comparison of mn/acturmf tufgttftJ rttaO 4tlartrd prictt. -
stay in Ocala,where,he',waa... manager be remembered by' us. *" dtlnso trim s 4 r7t'.ideoob!lira aptioeslrt.ia atbs oat ,.D. .F. tt
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II J PERSONAL[' NEWS :N NOTESAirman :] their daughter Mrs.three home"weeks Sandra, Connie Columbia Visit'left Courtney with,Sunday S.her C.,*aftera par-and for 1. .



ents Pahokee., Mr. and Mrs. James Frick in Celestial Homes Inc.

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Howard A. (Sonny) Mr., and Mrs. Grady Echols and Attending: the ,Berryhi11-Brown ,
Mrs.'Melvin I daughter Terri of Canal Point were
Pugh son of Mr. and wedding at the Community Metho-
Pugh of Pahokee arrived here Sunday guests of his sister, Mrs.D. dist Church in Belle Glade Sundaywere

Thursday from Alaska where he H. Cammack in'' Naples, Terri Mr. and Mrs. J. L. McCall 3 Bedroom, 1 bath and Carport Housesto

has been stationed for the past two remained in Naples'for a vacation.Mr. Canal Point.Mrs. be started soon. Come out Sunday
and Mrs. O. H. Sheppardand
years serving with theAirborne Wilma Lence, of Lake
division of the Coast Guard. daughter Hazel and Mr. and Worth, formerly of Canal Point, July 16th between 9 a. m. & 5 p. m.. Havea

Mr. and Mrs. Mike Ginsberg and Mrs. L. T). Echols were Sunday made a brief visit to Canal Point % free Coke with and pick.outyour lot
Jacksonville visitors at the home of Mrs. D. H. us -
children Mark and Joan of Tuesday. She made a pop visit at

were recent house guestsof Cammack in Naples. the home of Mrs. M. D. Geiger and j I for your future home. Deposits will be

her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Mrs. Ida Larrimore; of Pahokoe other friends. taken

Pugh in Pahokee. is expecting her granddaughter, Mrs. Mary Carsteens returned II Sunday.

Miss Betty Echols of Canal Point Sharon Larrimore of Tallahassee, Friday to her home in West Palm I

is visiting friends and relatives in to arrive here this weekend for a Beach after a week visit with Mrs. PRICE OF HOME .__..____.._______ $9550

.Reidsville, Ga. and Roanoke, Ala. weeks visit with her. Helen Schroder of Pahokee.Mr. : '
Mrs. R. S. Douthit of Pahokee is Mrs. Bill Easterly of ,Pahokee and Mrs. Ralph Johnson DOWN PAYMENT ____ : uu $ 550

spending: some time in 'Ochlocknee drove over to LaBelle Sunday and I and family returned last week to
was the luncheon guest of her a CLOSING COST ____.._.._._____...... None
Ga., as guests of her parents. their home in Pahokee following

Mr. and Mrs. Frank Thompsonof father, George E. Cason. two week visit with her parents in MONTHLY PAYMENTS
$60.00
Pahokee left last week on a two Mr. and Mrs. D. P. Hughes of v I ...
Ohio.Miss I Includes Principal, Interest, Taxes and Insurance
weeks vacation in Sylva, N. C. Bryant had as their recent guestsher Debbie Davenport has returned I

Mr. and :Mrs. T. W. Reeves and brother and sister-in-law, Mr. to her home in Brandon Ig These houses and
are F.H.A. Approved
daughter Gail of Pelican Lake are and Mrs. George Campbell and son after being the guest of her grandparents II .

i vacationing with friends and relatives Johnnie of Pensacola. Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Fraser, I Financed.

in Alabama. Miss Kay Hughes of Bryant, of Pahokee, for 'several.weeks. C

J L Airman and Mrs. James Orlandoof Miss Jean Clark of Pelican Laue Elinor Brackin of Pahokee wentto Location of property: 2 tenths of a mile

Sanford spent last week in 'PaI and Miss Cherryl Aldridge of Pa- Eagle Lake on Friday to take 'I -
south of Canal Point
School East side
hokee with her parents Mr. and hokee were weekend guests of Miss her brother, Steve, home and to on

Mrs. Louis Mims prior to movingto Jenny Bolsomen in Orlando. visit with her parents, Mr. and I of 441. Watch for sign.

their new home at ,5634 West Garry Kistner of Stratford, Mrs. Loyd Brackin. Miss Lucille

Welington, 'Chicago, Dl.. Mrs. Or- Conn,. is spending the Summer Nunn, of Eagle Lake returned to
lando plans to live in' Chicago with his grandparents, Mr. and Pahokee with her to visit ,until I "w"Y.lj ,>wM\YJi\WMMMillM, ; : -M\YJ'v.; : ; <'w, '!.VJ yJM.; '\)

while her husband completes his Mrs. H. J. Anderson in' Pahokee.Mr. Monday when her mother, Mrs.. L.

twenty-seven months services in and Mrs. H. J. Anderson of W., Nunn came to get her. I
Pahokee.had as their recent guestsMr. Hams of Pa I new horaesite on Logansville High 1 I Bridge In Honor
the Air Force in Norfolk, Va. Mr. and Mrs. J: C. :
LaGrange, Ga. l
and Mrs. George Peterson of the weeke-id way
Mr. and Mrs. Earl Maxson .accompanied hokee are spending I Captain and Mrs. John Mrs. Jack Phillips
Winter Park. with Mr. and Mrs. Buford Justicein Harring-'j I I
by her mother, Mrs. Jr. John .
Mrs. Calvin Shives of Pahokee Jupiter. They will return home I ton, and sons, ,
Ollie Adams returned Saturday to received word Sunday night of the Jamie of Dover Air Force Base, I I On Friday,Mrs. L.W .Armstrong
Sunday night.
their homes in Canal Point from Mrs.Anna Ra- Del., returned to their home Thurs- I entertained three tables of bridgeat
death of her sister, Miss Linda Livingston of Canal
several days visit with relatives in day after a three weeks visit with her home in honor of her daughter -
born in Madill, Oklahoma. Point returned home Sunday :"o-
Glenwood, Ga. Mr. and Mrs. J .L. McCall of Ca- lowing a two weeks visit with her his mother, Mrs. J. S. Harrington, Mrs.. Jack Phillips, of Fairfax, f
Miss Barbara Childers of Talla- their weekend Sr., and brother, Donald Harrington South Carolina.
nal Point had
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Uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. R. A.
hassee is the house guest of Miss : guests, his uncle and aunt, Mr. and Foreman and daughter, Sandra; 1.1 in Port Mayaca."Camper" Mrs. Hank Aldridge honored
Pam Boe and her parents in Pa :>- Mrs. W. T. Mauldin of Ovida. West Palm Beach. Mrs. Phillips with a luncheon on

kee.Mrs. Warrent Officer and Mrs. Andrew Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Barfield. returned Available I Saturday at Burdine's.'s. Other ;
E. W. Brandes of West of guests were Mrs. L. W. Armstrong {
Hewell ,and son, Bebby Sunday to their home in :I
Palm Beach was the weekend Washington, D. C. were recent Canal Point after a ten day tripto I In New Borgward I I and Mrs. Ralph Johnson. :

house guest of Mr. and Mrs. C. B. guests of his parents, Mr. and Mrs.R. : relatives. Georgia and South
in Canal Point. WEST PALM BEACH-A West
Canal Point.
Stringari H. Hewell in Carolina. i IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
Palm Beach importer ot automobiles FIFTEENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
:Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Cowart o!
: has developed a "Camper" FLORIDA, IN AND FOR PALM BEACH k
Canal Point had as their recent COUNTYIN
model complete with bathtub, CHANCERY 61C1272D
house theiiv spn-in law and
gues > WILLIE FATE BUSH. :
kitchen,sink, hot and cold running
daughter, Mr. and Mrs. John Ber- Plaintiff :
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water and other conveniences.The vs- :
ryman and daughter, Pamela, of
ELVIE
JOHN BUSH. :
S unit was developed from a I
Miami. DefendantNOTICE :
German-made Borgward bus by OF SUIT
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Leon (Bobby -
JOHN ELVIE BUSH, ADDRESS
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Frank Taylor. It sleeps five, is said :
i ) Mobley,*.Tr., of Pahokee, moved UNKNOWN:
$ I' to average 25 miles to the gallon You are hereby notified that Willie
1 their trailer Monday to th jr'Report
at high speeds."* Faye Bush has filed a Bill of Complaint )
against you for divorce and you are
of Condition of Taylor developed the first"Camper" required to serve a copy of your answer t
1 'tis. BANK OF PAHOKEEof to the complaint on the Plaintiff's Attorney -
Pahokee In the State of Florida at for his own use and I I Thadd Whidden. P. O. Box 70S.
the close of business on June 30. 1961 checked it out on a 22-state, eightweeks' Pahokee. Florida and file the original
ASSETS He's.answer In the office of the Clerk of the ,
$ Cash balance with other trip ,with his family. Circuit Court of Palm Beach County.
+ banks and cash itemsIn now outfitting and distributing the Florida on or before the 14th day of
process of collection _.$$2,640.571 August 1961: If you fall so to do. Judg-
C: units in 42 states, Canada land
United States Government ment by default will be taken againstyou
obligations direct and, Puerto Rico through the Borg- for the relief demanded In the com I
WHETHER YOU guaranteed _______ 3,475,315.21Obligations
of States and ward-Taylor Truck and Coach Co. plaint.DATED this 12 day'of July. 1961.J. I
political subdivisions ___ 75000.00 He has also Work 'n ALEX ARNETTE I
developed a
., ... .....' Loans and discounts _____ 1099536.70 Clerk of Circuit Court
H Bank premises Play model which doubles as work (Circuit Court Seal)
qwned __$5.50000 By .1. K. BLACKBURN
---- truck and camper. .
Furniture and :
I Deputy Clerk ;
BUV0r fixtures ____$5.00000 10500.00 Publish July 14. 21. 28. Aug. 4. 1961.
Other assets _____ 2M. 11 CLASSIFIED ADS Thadd Whldden
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Attorney
". t TOTAL LIABILITIES ASSETS ___7301128.45 1 I PAY BIG DIVIDENDS Pahokee. Florida

I. Demand deposits 01: inaivi- -
duals. partnerships and

: { Build Time corporations and savings depositsof _$5.547.874.80 '

Individuals, partnerships ,
and corporations 810,546.77 Thinking About Building?
t Deposits of United States I
Government (including .
V ; postal savings) ___,_ 51,86915
Ij; We Wouldldketfp.gfclp: : You: Deposits of States and political
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I .'l". subdivisions 309576.36 Call .
For Free Estimates -
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i\ Home Is "* .>;% ;. TOTAL DEPOSITS _t6.874.933.70 '
ti I : Financing: _:' -JS' .... la) Total demand -WILEYTILLIS

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deposits 810,548.77 General Building Contractor

TOTAL LIABILITIES __$6.874.938.70
When you finance your home here, you deal'with a CAPITAL ACCOUNTS Box 54 PAHOKEE Ph. 7127
Capital: (a) Common stock
local association with headquarters right here hi,oar Surplus total par value _100.00- '250,000.00Undivided 100000.00

community and whose officers and employees are profits __ 76,189.75 t
TOTAL CAPITAL H i m 111 m n 111111111 m n i n m i m 111 M 1111
sincerely interested hi seeing that you attain true, 'I
ACCOUNTS _. 426189.75

-'. debt-free home ow hip.ComeinToday. TOTAL CAPITAL LIABILITIES ACCOUNTS: AND__$7,301,123.45J.OBOBANDA THEATRESPRINCE

Assets pledged or assigned
to secure liabilities and LAKE DRIVEINPahokM
for other purposes
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,. :, erediscounted and and securt- Pahokee-Belle Glade Road

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Mr. and Mrs. Joe and
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were, the Sunday luncheon guests of
Enrichment of life through spiritual -
their son-in-law and daughter,
I- understanding of God is a
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., theme to be brought out Sundayat
; Pahokee, the parents returned to
Christian Science services.
t. thefr home that evening and their
One of the Scriptural selections
f daughters remained for a visit with
( in the Lesson-Sermon on the sub-
her brother and family.
K, i r ject of "Life" is from John (17): -- .
"And this is life eternal, that they
BARBECUE LUNCHEON
might know thee the only true
'- First Methodist The Church Of God CAROLINA VISITORMrs. God, and Jesus Christ, whom thou: Mrs Alma Farrow entertained
Jack Phillips spent several hast sent." I the Business and Professional
.-.. ,Church, Pahokee Of Prophecy, Pahokee days,recently visiting her parents, From "Science and Health with Women's Club of Pahokee with a
Dr. 'and :Mrs. L. W. Armstrong of Key to the Scriptures"" by Mary barbeque luncheon on Saturday.
Rev. T. C. O'Steen Canal Point Road Pahokee. :Mrs. Phillips' two children Baker Eddy this passage will be About twenty members arrived to
SUNDAY: John H. Kinard, pastor Betty Jo and Robert have read: "Ignorance of God is no long take part in the boating, fishingand
': 9:45 a. m.-Church School 10:00 a. m.-Sunday School spent the past several weeks with er the stepping stone to faith. The all-around good time.
r:' 11:00 a. m. 'Morning Worship 11:00 a. m.Preaching Service their grandparents. Mrs. Phillips only guarantee of obedience is a .
f i".;- 6:45 p. m. MYF 7:45 p. Evangelistic Service spent the past weekend with Mrs. right apprehension of Him whom IN HOSPITALMrs.
: 7:45 p. m.-Evening Worship 8:00 p.,m. Tuesday-V.:L.B., Paul Sasser at Lake June. She will to know aright is Life eternal" (p. Sallie Herndon Mrs. JoenneT.
TUESDAY: 8:00 p. m..Thursday-W. M. B. return to Pahokee for a few days vii). Wilder and Mrs. Ethel Barwickand .
t .. 7:00 p. m.:-Vesper Choir prac- Everyone welcome. Special musio prior to her_return to Fairfax, S. baby, all of Pahokee.
ticeWEDNESDAY "
<" and singing- C., accompanied by her son, Rob- > ----.
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:-Mid-week ert. I ATTEND FUNERAL Mr. and Mrs. Donald B. Kepp cf
, 7:45 devotions
p. .
: The Methodist Church Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Hawk, Sr.; Canal Point are spending their vacation .
8:30 p. m.- Senior Choir prac. :
v. / tice.Ganal Miss Sadie Wilson accompaniedby accompanied by their son and in Naples they plan to ba
". -- Canal. Point; FloridaRobert her sister-in-law, Mrs. Earl Wilson daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. R. away several weeks.
if' and two children of Miami, L. Hawk, Jr., also her sister Mrs. .. P"
t't: pint First SUNDAY: A.. Shelley, Pastor were Sunday guests of her uncle F. H. O'Connell attended the funeral -I Mr. and Mrs. Earl Maxson of
and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. P. :M. W il- services of his mother, Mrs.! Canal Point were Sunday luncheon
Baptist Church 10:00 a. m.-church School
son and other relatives in Canal. Jessie Beaty. Saturday in Coral guests of Mr. and Mrs. Edd Smithin
11:00
a. m.Morning Worship I '
Point. Gables. Ft. Lauderdale.
,; Elder R. E.Barfield .,6:30 p. .-Youth Fellowship
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. 7:00: p. .-B. T. C. TUESDAY: t
" 8:00 8:00 p. m.-Woman's ,Society1st
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\ 7:30 p. m.-Midweek Prayer :MONDAY:
Service 7:30 p. m.-Esther Class meeting, t
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t. 7:30 p. m.-Ladies Auxiliary 7:30 p. m.-Prayer_ Meeting Phone 511 Pahokee Phone WY 6-2550 Belle Glade t
Meeting. lii 1

- Church Of God, SALES and SERVICE } ,

( .' Canal Point Barfield Highway j Heating Air Conditioning Appliances i .

Baptist Church Pahokee, Florida
f., 9:45 A. M.-sunday School w'&y&*
Rev. Charles D. Stewart, Pastor 11:00: A. M.Morning Worship
:,; SUNDAY: 7:30 P. M.-Evangelistic Service

t: 9:45 a. .-Sunday School 7:30 P_. M.Tuesday-Prayer Meet.
;i' 11:00: a. m.-Morning Worship Ing
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k: 9:45 a. m.-Sunday SchooL St./Mary's Catholic, _

} 11:00 a. m.-Sunday Worship. ChurchFather ; ,,;
6:30 p. m.-Juniors. :
7:00 p. m.-Sunaay Evening
Francis Fennech, Pastor I
, Evangelistic Service.. Sunday Mass11:30 a. m. ,.:
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: Confessions before Mass.
f 7:30 p. m.-Midweek Prayer.... .. >
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Diyjne Services 11 A.'M.
SERVICES: School 9:45 A. M. ; .4
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945 a. m.-Sunday School .* +*. : : r'lr 'f.r.. 2 .}.ys..:..} .Yy: :. .}.'.;. .: :dbC .
11:00 a. m.-Morning Worship ?Ir. and ;Mrs. Jack Wilson alsoMr. ,::.' 4.::::; iL :: t

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t WEDNESDAY: .I Elk's convention< this' week in MI'aml. r

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I can you picture your f J

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rT; Monday Cattle :Sales t ..I f air*coiid 4on electrically NOW! 4


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0 Are regularly held at the Glades Livestock JMkrket Plan now for real summer comfort for your Jam y..Enjoy '. ,_

which is owned and operated by more than 120 crisp, cool, mountain-fresh weather i inside your home-no
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Florida Cattlemen.You'll maKer" how hot and muggy and sticky the air may beptftsibX VENTILATING FANS
i In to providing comfort, Electric
addition; cool Air
ARE WONDERFUL AIDS
enjoy the excellent service you receive here Conditioning fillers out irritating dust and pollen?controls TO COOL COMFORT A ;-: -

.at this Market. We make an effort at all times?give humidity,locks out street noises,makes housekeeping easier, They remove hot Stale airand

an outstanding service to buyer and seller.'Give! ;us" helps prevent mildew caused by excess moisture. -draw in clean fresh air. ;: !
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SALES EVERY MONDAY; AT 1 p. m. family costs so little? Sunshine Service Electricity/ls now a %un.nui I A !

bigger bargain than ever. Buy Electric 1 Conditioning on ltrll l'i "
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Glades Livestock Market E. ***",Seeyour eJectn?appliance Sealer today. .

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. .. Bight, The Everglades News, Canal Point, Florida FrIday July 14, 1961
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1,810 vehicles showed-up equipped :/sv/fr/iY/fr-rfrifl8var8fflsc:: ::
.J.. with the belts and were given their Sports Fishing IsSleeping

complimentary ride on the turnpike
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I' as a reward for their safetymindness. Giant

Vacation TiinBolton's
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: Chairman Hammer added, "sinceits

r., The Lewis Cowarts of Canal opening in 1957 the Parkwayhas The sleeping giant of Florida

f Point wish to announce the arrival compiled an amazing safety has been its Sports Fishing.
record of 2.5 fatalities At
only
per
f on July 7th of a baby granddaughter Through the years some of the
100millionvehicle miles. Theie
"; ; little Miss Catherine Louise states leading enterprises have received -
have been 22 fatalities
v: Tamney (mother, Julia Cowart) at only on the recognition and defer-
IJ the home of Mr. and Mrs. John the Parkway. .. ence to which they are entitled. : : : : : : : : : : t : : : : : : : 1 : 1 : I I t I I t t I 1 I : : : : : : : :-H-

;; Tamney of Chicago, Illinois. Her The citrus, beef cattle, phosphate,
f father working on, his master's Patterson CircleIn and tourists industries have all Store Will Close Saturday Night,

i. degree in engineering at the TJnf Monday MeetingThe been accorded their fair share of .

:; : versity of Chicago. honors. .- July 15 and
'. The Stork made three landings Everyone knows what wonderful -
": lone Patterson Circle of the
at the Everglades Memorial Hos- fishing spots are available along
.' Canal Point Baptist Church met Re-Open Monday July 31
Ift. :\' pital this week when three babies the many miles of Florida's coast ,
:- Monday at 3:00 P. M.,in the church
were born to three Pahokee fam-. line..
.* with,Mrs. W. S. Evans, Chairman, .. .
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ilies. Recently the department decided 111:1 : 111111:1 -H"r"l-a :"l'a"l-<-1'<'liilIili'i'l"l"i"lSPECIAL -<
presiding. Mrs. J. D. Latham I
!; Mr. and Mrs. Paul Hendricks gave i to:find out, how much people spent
devotional assisted Mrs. C.
"j.'' are the parents of a son Paul Ten- by in their quest of salt water angl- PRESCRIPTION
B. Jones. The uSharinPassessions'
;' die, Jr., born July 6. program
. Mr. and Mrs. Carney Wilder was presented by ing.A detail breakdown of expendi- SERVICER.
Mrs. W. S. Evans in the absenceof
t:. have a:baby son, Christopher. Lynn tures would not be appropriatehere
Mrs. J. H. Bordeaux, who was
f-i.: born July 8th. here but a few selected facts
unable to attend the meeting be- P. Fletcher Florida Registered Pharmacist will
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it. Mr.' and Mrs. J. S. Barwick have would be interesting For instance'

J" ,. little June, as a new member of. cause of illness. 1. During one recent year 68,657 be in the Prescription Department from 8:30 a. m.
The officers
-; their family. She was born July elected for following the new'church were: anglers fished from one bridge until 12:30 Noon Six days each week during our va-

> 10th. c. Mrs. W S. Cross, chairman;year Mrs.J. across the Indian River.They spent cation. Come to the side door on Bacom Point Road to
151328.07 dollars by our estimates.
! L. McCall, co-chairman; and reach our Prescription department where Mr.
Excellent Record On 2. On another,bridge in the same
secretary and treasurer, Mrs. M. .
area 125,284 people fished in one Fletcher will serve you.
i F. George.
Turnpike For
;" July year and spent 211,729.96 dollars.
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The August meeting will be held
3 In total of
Biscayne Bay a
Traffic
: Fourth at the home of Mrs. J. J. Walker in
I Port Mayaca with Mrs: C, B. Jones 536,021 fishermen spent 2,913,592. &j vy&&}
t dollars.
TAMPA John M. Hammer, presenting the
program. _.
4. On fish-
one good day 1,000 --- -
Chairman of the Florida Stale -e. .
ermen fished from one bridge in lem of Pollution and the destruc- Standard Station
< Turnpike Authority, said ,today TO GEORGIA AND RETURN Titusville. These statistics which tion of coastal nursery grounds.
that the Sunshine State Parkway, Rev.'and Mrs. Charles D. Stew- could be continued indefinitely I A constant vigil of sound practices Nearing CompletionFinishing

r Florida's turnpike, came through art of Canal Point drove to States- point to the fact that: sports fish of Conservation will continueto
the lengthy Fourth of July holiday boro, Ga., Monday and are the is of. Florida's touches
;, ing one greatest re- ; enhance the industry to both the are being puton
with an excellent safety record. guest of their son Charles Stewart. sources. Certainly a financial Gol- sports and commercial field and the handsome new Standard Oil
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I "In fact, during the period ex- Their daughter, Mrs: Martin Brad- iath such as this must be listenedto will place Florida among the lead- Service station being built just

tending from six p. m. Friday, ley and children of Nasheville, with respect. ers in the nation for recreation and south of the bridge in Canal Pointon
June 30, through midnight,July 4, Tenn., made plans to meet her par- But there are two sides to the economy. US441. The station is being

the Florida Highway Patrol Troop ents in Statesboro and accompany coin. During the past few years a --- completed this week at a: cost of

assigned to the Parkway reported : them to Canal Point on Friday remarkable approachment has been HOME FROM HONEYMOONMr. nearly 3000000. Most everythinghas

only one minor accident on the for a visit. effected between sports and com- and Mrs. Wilbur Echols returned been done around the new station -

superhighway" Hammer added. mercial fishing interests.In this alliance to Canal Point Sunday following and now the black top is about

No fatalities were reported en AT YOUTH CAMP we see the great strengthand a two weeks wedding trip. the only thing needed to complete

,the 108.8 mile stretch of divided Mrs. Jack Cook and 'son, Rob- authority to meet and over- They will be the house guests of the job. Manning I. Keen, StandardOil

highway, extending from Miami to bie. of Belle Glade, accompanied come difficulties that challengeboth his parents Mr. and Mrs. L. D. distributor, has not as yet an-

Fort Pierce during this, holiday Mrs..Floyd Erickson and son, Dale, groups. Together they can Echols until their new home jn nounced the name of the new ope-

period. The sole accident occured of Canal Point, on July 9th to help cope with the enormous prob- Belle Glade is completed. : rator of the station.
near the West Palm Beach inter- High Springs where the boys are
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change. The driver was uninjured. spending this week at the Summer b 4.4 -- -- --
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Hammer says the turnpike Youth's: Camp. at Camp Kulaque., ixiryraftsvitfsrtvatifrsvi t I / I
troopers issued 57 citations during -

this fourday'period.., Mr. and Mrs. F. M.. Wilson returned
STATEMENT OF CONDITION .1
As a safety promotion, the Sun: Saturday to their home in

shine State Parkway issued free Canal Point following a month's .

passes during this period to motor- vacation and visit with their child-
Farmers Production Credit AssociationMIAMI
ists who displayed properly installed ren in Virginia, Chicago and New .
seat belts in their vehicles. York.

FLORIDA & BELLE GLADE, FLA.
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NOW Daily THRU service to ASSETS

Loans and Interest ...........:.....-._......._..,.._..........$5,903,388.60

Jacksonvilleand Less Reserve ._.._... :.--.............,---....-..--.-.-.-... 146,207.33 $5,757,181.27
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Land and Buildings ..:-.1_.................-Y-................
Equipment ........._ .. ..._..... -. _... ................_...: -_.:_ '"; '- 9,839.76 I
to Ft. Lauderdale and Miami : : : : : :.
U. S. Government Bonds .........I.._....::...._..".LJ.......'._.7', *.f':1" .' 754,289.36 ,

Cash In Bank ..........._.._......_-_....,.....::_....:in:.:_'.j'1 ,;*.-';I'-/ 70,615.03 t

Investment F. H. A. S & W Loans>.;.....:....:. :..::.;.-}.* !i/: ;**, .;l31,929.13 '

U Stock: Federal Intermediate Credit Bank. ;.:...: $\l: r\ ,' + 65,560.00 )

k t oQi Automobiles ...- .-_N a-. a ':_...__...:- ,_._-- :_:./:._..csw. y.; -.i Mt-3 5, $1.62
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Other Assets_...._.................__......_......1.m._._._ 's 4. jCrf;.' J 0 55,162.17 I "I
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LIABILITIES AND CAPITAL \
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y} Notes Payable:' Federal I Intermediate Credit Bank .... $5,192,504.46 :!

I Miscellaneous accounts payable _..'__',"._""..':".-_"..".._". .., I 2251.27 .l'j
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Capital Stock ..._Na....a..:......__...a..HY...a.....a_a aa....... ...._.__.... $1,023,775,,

Surplus '?.I._.;..__.._....,......__..._........--..;..._::,__....__...__ .,-570,584.00 1,594,359.90

: -' & $6,789,115:63 )


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FARMER AND RANCHER MEMBERS

;; take TRAILWAYS Counties Served: Broward, Collier, Dade, Indian River, Martin, Monroe, ',

: Okeechobee, Palm Beach and St. Lucie -
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?:f-." easiest travel on earth OFFICERSG.

Now for the first time offers service JR.
Trailways BUTLER, JR. GEORGE H. WEDGWORTH CHAS. B. LONG
4, thru central Florida. Air-conditioned rest room ,President Vice-President SecretaryTreasurer

\ equipped buses for your travel comfort. e

tw From Canal Point To_ : One-way From Canal Point To: One-iray ,. ,. .! DIRECTORS .
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(plus tax) (plus Uz)
Miami Florida
v, Belle Glade, Florida Miami, Florida ,

'._ FOR INFORMATION PLEASE CALL JANICE AKERSON RUTH PRANGE MURIEL PERRY
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