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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 21, 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
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Succeeded by: Glades observer
Succeeded by: Everglades observer

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July 21, 1961 PUBLISHED WEEKLY CANAL POINT BV PAUL RA'RDIN



CIRCULATING THROUGHOUT THE '''VAST AGRICULTURAL AREA OF PALM BEACH COUNTYSchool


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Robert Lampi Will Guide Pahokee Rotary Club During The New YearS

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Beach County Board of I Local Lions Plan

Public Instruction was presented a! New Year ProgramsThe

tentative 1961-62 budget Monday I

totaling $22,621,225. Canal Point Lions Club met

The presentation was made by at the usual time and place Monday -

Supt. Howell L. Watkins,-as required evening with the new president : ,- 4 : L1
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taxes for study, prior to a public. was observed by the group
hearing'Aug. 2. I following the usual dinner.

The proposed budget will levy -
12.61 mills in taxes on county property -!
I owners and provide some Summer ProgramWill
$10,206,979 for school needs. The
balance comes from state and federal .
sources. End Next WeekThe

Last year county taxpayers con- Pahokee High School Band Director Robert O. Lampi accepted the gavel at induction ceremonies -
President of the Pahokee Rotary Club from W.K. "Hank" Aldridge, who had
tributed $7,334,319 for schools under Summer Enrichment Pro- when he took over as ,
a 8.07 mill levy. done a splendid job during the past year. Robert is shown accepting the gavel from Hank as mem- .
gram at the Canal Point School, bers of the official family look on. Left to right otner committeemen are as follows: Joe E. Thompson,
It.ttie was pointed out $1.5 million under the leadership of Mrs. Char- Director D; Wiley Tillis, Director B; Luke Dufresne, Director C; Chester A. Batchelor, Secretary;
of increase the budget was lotte Walston and Mrs. Mildred Dr. E. C. Johnson Vice President,and Bill Plumer, Treasurer. R. M. "Mike" Sanders, Director A, was
due to pay raise voted teachers by Larrick sponsored by the Palm not oresent when the picture was taken.
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\,'fi'' School than enrollment were employed is expected last year.to: 'next,, The-yeek directors report that a very- Drainage>> Vote Is Grady Freak Boynton AccidentGrady In \Work; Started, On-

Increase by 3,200 students. successful summer recreation pro- For 22 New Food CenterConstruction
There will be approximately gram has been enjoyed by a large Set August Boynton is doing nicely
1,800 teachers on the payroll next number of students. The time has following a freak accident which

year. been spent in arts and crafts, including -, Voters in the East Beach Drain- occured last Thursday on his son's work has startedon
Specific changes in taxation iz farm. Mr. Boynton was a spectatorto
the hand painting of plaques a new building in Pahokee to
shown in Watkins' recommendation making of leather wallets, age District in ,Pahokee will go to a group of trees being uprooted,, be known as Pahokee Food Center
for millage charges: place mats made of paper, pot the polls on Tuesday August 22, to one of which fell, striking him. and will be erected just back of the
Millages Proposed As Levied holders made of cloth and birdhouses determine whether or not certain Fifteen stitches were taken'to close Pure Oil Station on Rardin Ave
This year 1960-61 made of wood.. power and authority shall be vested the wound on the back of his head. I nue. LeRoy Miners of Pahokee and
Gen. School Fund 7.06 4.07 They,have enjoyed the library in the supervisors of the districtas He was taken to the Everglades George Crews of Belle Glade are to
Dis. Maint. Fund 2.75 2.75 sessions, participated in sports. set up by a law passed by the Memorial Hospital for observationand be owners and operators of the new
Dis. Bldg. and Bus Last Tuesday they went to Belle recent legislature.A then released.Funeral food market.
Fund 1.60 .75 Glade and played a game of sox'tball 1949 legislative act was Mr.. Miners has had several yearsof
Dis. Interest and with the Belle Glade school. I amended in the 1961 session giving experience in the food merchan-
Sinking Fund 1.20 .50 Friday ,they all enjoyed .picnic power 'and authority to bond Services dising business, having recently ,
I at the Canal Point Community the district in the amount of $300-' sold his interest in Miner's Super "
I Totals 12.61 8.07 Park. This coming Friday they will 000.00 to completely rehabilitate For Cook DaughterFuneral Market on Rardin Avenue in Paho
The system was able to.operate I enjoy foot and sack races and will the drainage operations. kee. Mr. Crews is also an exper-'
last year on only a .33 mill increase play a return Softball game with Through the years the old canals fenced groceryman and at presentowns I
because it had more than $1 Belle Glade on the Canal Point and pumps-nearing 25 ,years of services for the nine and operates "Crews Com
million in surplus and reserves. School grounds. age-have given inadequate servjce month_old daughter of Mr. and munity Grocery"in Belle Glade.
,Last year's budget was $20,345- and citizens of the affected area Mrs. Dan Cook were held Saturday
.. I I The new store will be one of the
l have expressed desire that some- afternoon at the First Methodist
049.It most modern in the area and pilingare
was pointed out, during dis--I thing be done to alleviate the con- church at Pahokee. Rev. Robert being driven this week by Ern- .
cussion Monday that 1.22, I Ag Group PlanningFor ditions. The upcoming election in Shelley, pastor of the Canal Point est Maxwell of, Pahokee. Actual
I the proposed increase in millage- August will give those same citi- :Methodist officiated. Burial was in
will
construction of the building
; J: required to offset countywide. reassessments August Election zens the opportunity to express Port Mayaca' ,cemetery.The follow the piling work. A large
': ,' and re-evaluations. themselves in favor of the com- infant Patricia Ann Cook, parking' area will be built to serve
l' tax rolls from rehabilitation of the district. died accident
County dropped plete following a boating
patrons of the new establishment.
: 943.5 million last'year to $852 this Preliminary plans are now being Under the plan the district would that occured as Cook swerved to -

year. made for the election of Agricul- be equipped with new pumps, all miss a patch of hyacinths floatingon .
-. tural Stabilization and Conservation canals cleaned and new ones dug the calm surface of the lake analstruck Celery Growers To
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,r community and county ,committees and all other encumbrances on an unlighted channel mark- Vote On l\larketPlan,
next month, according to present drainage removed, thereby: --
4-H Clubbers Back, er.Patricia's
giving more efficient service and mother was admittedto
A. R. Harrington Chairman of Florida celery producers and I
X' From Camp Cloverleaf the Palm Beach County ASCS doubling the drainage capacity A Everglades Memorial Hospital,
handlers will ballot next month on ,
Committee.The the district. Pahokee, with lacerations, bruises
J The Palm Beach County boys elections will again be by The bonds would be paid off overa and possible internal injuries. a marketing proposal for the' lJ1. ;

and girls 4-H Club members and mail ballot. Each eligible farmer long period of time with a small Cook, a Pahokee repairman, and dustry. t
their counselors returned Satur- will receive,on or about August 21 yearly assessment on each property two-sons, Paul and Phil, were not I The proposed order contains provisions -
self-addressed owner in the East Beach I injured. for assessments up to five
day to their homes following a a ballot and postage :
weeks stay at Camp Cloverleaf. free envelopes for use in returningthe District. The Cooks were returning from I cents per standard crate of celeryto
Those attending from Canal ballot to the ASCS County Belle Glade when they struck the finance research studies and'
Point and Pahokee were: Janette Office. Such ballots must be re- wooden marker about 100 feet off projects, pack and container regu-
Harrington. Junior Counselor; turned by August 31, 1961. Willie Veal Goes To shore. The day marker which juts lations and advertising and sales 1
Nancy Harrington; Lodus Gray; The committees elected will as- some eight feet above the water promotion campaigns. .
Peggy Bitting;, Eddie Upthegroyc; sume their office on October 1, Daytona FFA SchoolWillie line, carries only a reflector. Ballots will be sent to all pro-
Teddy McCall; Mike McCall; 1961. Councilman Billy McKinstry in ducers and handlers on Aug. 1.
James Conley; Grayson Braddock; -- 'Veaf of Canal Point left a passing boat picked the Cooks They'must be returned to the state

Walter Webb; Alan, Hitchcock; BAND CAMP BANQUETOn Thursday for Daytona Beach wherehe from the crumpled, sinking runabout department of agriculture by mid-
Herman dark; Jerry, Resmondq Friday'evening'at 7:30 p. m. will attend the School for In- as the family sat. dazed Ly night Aug. 20, Commissioner Doyle
Jj E. Williams and Miss stnlctlon'fer State Vicepresidentsof the Impact.. Conner said. I
and Ross Harrington; all from Canal :Mrs Peggy ....
Point, also Lynn Nicely, Junior Turner will, attend the banquet? the Future Farmers of America -
Counselor; and Penny Peaategton which wffl: terminate the University July 19th thru 29th. The group CoL and Mrs. W., S. Evans cf :Mr. and Mrs. James R. Gifford
of'Pahokee. of Miami band"camp for'tMa attending this school will make a Port Mayaca have as their guest have returned from a two weekavacation'

Mr.and Mrs.A.R.Harrington of season. The lit,a1flbe. held,lathe tour of the State before. returning ,their grandson, Gary Handley of In Oklahoma and Louisiana I
leaders. cafeteria. home. '. Sebring. where. they visited relatives.. :
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The Rardin Building In panal Point,, Florida '':- -, .

THE LAKE-OKEECHOBEE REGION HOME' OF are due if your I SPARE ROOMS for rent? If you BUY AND SELL real estate with

name label shows you to be in have one get in touch with this confidence thru Bill J. Bailey or

THE EVERGLADES NEWSServing arrear, on payment. Send along newspaper and insert a $1 lassiif C. A. Bailey Belle Glade. !

that $2.00 payment now and we d ad. It win get results. All.ads .
the Lake Okeechobee Farming Region Without will continue o send you this great payable in advance.The Everglades I VACATION TIME is just around i

Interruption Every Week for More Than 30 Years palladium of the family fireside. News, Canal Point, Fla. the corner. Before you take off t

Established March 11.1924 Published Every Friday The Everglades News. Canal Point. SAMPLE COPIES of last week's'edition how about dropping a check for
Fla.. $2.00 in the mail for your subScriPtion -
Subscription Price $2.00 Year In Advance of The Everglades News
to The Everglades News, Canal -
APARTMENTS are needed by were mailed in Canal Point and
rile SVar adejj News Is Entered at the Post Office Point, Fla. ;
many folks oming into this area new subscriptions will be welcomed -
In Oftnal Potnt/Florida, as Second Class Matter to earn a living. Do you have one this week. Just $2.00 for a year
I I I GOOD BUY! Corner lot 100 x 135
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for rent? Tell them and the world will keep informed of happiningd -
Karelin Owner you
.. Paul Editor, Publisher in Belle Glade. C. A. Bailey Real
through a $1 classified ad in these in this area.
: Estate. Phone WY 6-3084, Belle
columns. Send along a descriptionof
the apartment and a $1 bill and ABOUT 600 ACRES for sale, Glade.
r THE WORLD OF WM ] we'll do the rest. The Everglades partly improved with poor roadto ,

News Canal Point, Fla. I it. $125 per acre See call ur FOR SALE: House trailer, com-
write, Bill J. Bailey'or C. A. Bailey, pletely equipped, including linens -
PASTURE FOR SALE. Farm Belle Glade, Fla., Phone WY TV, etc.,-Ralph Marsh at t
land. Acreage. Business loca- 6-3084. Gene's Barber'Shop, Pahokee. Itp
tions. See Bill J.Bailey 'or. C. A.

.Bailey, Real Estate Belle Glade
discovered last month.
Fla. Screw Worm Hits
The native female screwwormfly ,

FOR SALE: New and used Willys mates only once. After mating

oGU/W %i4/ Jeeps. Walter Ashley's Garagen Bay County Area with' a sterile male, she lays only
Belle Glade, Phone 3058. eggs that do not hatch and thus the \

Oct. 17-54-ch. native fly population is gradually ;

.-A GIANT POST OAK IN EUFAUlA,ALABAMA TALLAHASSEE-Florida's bat- wiped out.

IN' 1936% THE. CITIZENS OF EUFAULA RUBBER HOSE More than a tle against the screw worm is being I No new screwworm infestatious ,
million feet in stock below have been discovered, but aerial l
DREW UP A -- prices stepped -sharply.according to I
up i
dispersal of sterile flies is expected
jobbers costs garden hose and industrial -
'DEED OF SENTlMENTT -
Commissioner of Agriculture Doyle 4
{. hose for service. to continue for some time.
GMNGrH every
Conner. .....
TREE rd ttsriF, e f 4 Suction, fire, air, water, irrigation -S
FOR AS LONG AS' f spray, HOSE, REMNANTS, MILL, Eight huhdred thousand sterile Ken and Edward Beverly, sons
IT SHALL Uvi." ENDS. Couplings all kinds. AN screwworm flies have been flown of Mr. and Mrs. Max Beverly of

i INCH OR A MILE. AMAZON into Panama City. They have been Ochlocknee, Ga., arrived here Wed-

r. HOSE & RUBBER CO. 3946 N. dispersed by air over the area nesday to spend several days with

iON Miami Ave. Phone PLaza 4-4566. around Bonifay,where an outbreakof their grandparents Mr. and Mrs. ,

APR1L8,1961THE 714Pd. the deadly livestock pest was H. G. Boynton in Canal Point. ,

.- -, TREE WAS UPROOTED />-C I.
BY A VIOLENT STORM.TODAXAYOUNG '! i

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Wildlife ActivitiesWiUHigMightCamp' Anglers PreparingFor .

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and will headline I ,
boating fishing the 14th annual Tampa TarponTournament Ford ,
activities for about 100 boys Attending Country Squire i
t will fish for a 1961 '
Florida's 26th annual I
sports car Saturday, July 22 in the
Boys'' 4-H Club Wildlife Camp July
grand' finale of the eight week
24-29, at 4-H Camp'' McQuarrie it: event. _
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the Ocala National Forest.
At sunrise the eight.weekly prize
Delegates are selected, for outstanding winners and light tackle, division
4-H Club work with .
leader will board boats and venture usds n w,4. \
special emphasis on wildlife pro '6tf stow s f
out into the waters of Tampa Bay
I jects; according to Grant Godwin,':' where they will seek to lure huge falcon Station Bus ti Falcon' Station Wagon -
associate State Club
boyS4H
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Tarpon, to their hooks.
agent and camp chairman. Combined: weight of the nine
Boys will attend daily*.classes in '..
winning catches of the tournament V
.forestry, native crafts, quail' and was 885 pounds with the f
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fishpond management;- conservation largest catch tipping the scales at j "
fishing and fisWrig tackle, .. ;"
139 pounds. .
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gun safety and boats, motors and It's winner take all in Saturday'sfishoff :':. ..,..>.. .
water .
safety. with the largest Silver King "
': Specialists with the Florida
Agricultural -
providing the ignition key to a
Extension .Service and
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sparkling new Chevrolet Monza /
Soil Conservation Service will serve sports car: to the lucky fisherman, :
f aa' instructors; in 'codperaflto'with flsherwoman.
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industry representatives.
-- Derby Day finalists.are women.In j
The annual 4-H :wildlife Campis I -
an unusual twist a husband .
directed by the Bdysk 4-EtClub j
and wife will be
t' ... Department of the Extension,Service 'I competing,against 1
each other for the grand prize.Donald '-....
: in cooperation'witix'the' Federal ** Cartridge Corporation
; Minneapolis
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'. weekly' honors with a 115 pound 1 I.. '

\ ;Minnesota... _._ .catch, with,:wife,,.Marie, winning '. -

Tci NOS- oAiOL & _sot in the fishoff. a 96 pounder ... .. ". CbtJSN'ME- riM: ; f: j

the following.week. :ii !: .....r-iU:-=l R 9.JZDI AT i ". .
Mr. and Lewis
Mrs. :Friend j aa'i'daughters : Over.1500 fishermen competed *w Pwlttf 1bcQ RIROCBI.6is:
;. Cyndyanif]&Kerr- .Ann, for weekly prizes during the tournament :..putting money In *n out-of-date car. the car that's Beautifully' Built'I- Sin QE i ';i'
left today. ,for a-f4w:dun,vacationIn with 121 successfully gaffing to Be)Moire Service-Free. A' I.Of'1'. i

,t. In HendersoriviHe. .Nor&.Carolina.Btapute .,. ."' the mighty Silver King. ..rI. _a.nn-'f goes 30,000 miles between chassiS! .' ,'t i
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f :--" : ""' lubrications; 4.00O mfies between ._ --
to.their""-v; atati" they..' l -..,--- .....,.. .R4iM_for a.*6i ford. Sales ara tiff and oil changes; adjusts-it: own brakes, U !;o'y945' f'
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"*, \ hCw:' and' daughter? ,; ..- .",....:!.soa-ua-j r Mr.and Strsl do&'Ne tSon aad \ pay gyp-ddter for your t"d,4n.: waxing;protects Its own body. a ....:-.... .wwr, :: ,

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II. .. r 'p PERSONAL i NEWS NOTESMr. r( ] Y7Y.f. 'w. iF1R'jF![KY.2:yxw 0.f :y' Mr., Personal-IteiDs and Mrs. H. H. Sears have. n ., I!I I



returned home after several days
and M-s. L. D. Dukes and Mrs. Mack Barfield and son I
'f family of Pahokee returned Sun- Bobby Williams; also Lester Will- F+.sr'. : :gbh aZy :i.'i: vacation North Carolina.spent in the mountains cf Mr. and Mrs. O. H. Sheppard ot
day from a few'days visit with his iams and Patsy Thomas spent Canal Point received word Sundayof
mother, Mrs. W. J. Dukes, .Anda Tuesday in Salerno where they : I Mr. and Mrs. Roy Browning and the arrival of granddaughter;
lusia, Ala. visited with Mr. 'and Mrs. Ruben .. I son Richard left Monday on a two born Sunday to Mr. and Mrs. Dan-
Barfield, who are vacationing in weeks vacation trip through Geor-' nie De Leon in Tallahassee. Little
Miss Janette Harrington of Ca- Salerno. gia, Alabama and Tennessee.Mr. Miss Melinda Amelia will reside!
nal Point was a patient in Good with her parents at 1414 North
Samaritan Hospital in West Palm The Gist children, Bill and Eliz-. and Mrs. Grady Echols visit- :Meridian Road Tallahassee.
Beach from Tuesday through Sat- abeth Ann (Sissy), flew to Sparta, ed Mr. Echols' sister who is ill, m .
urday at which time she had dental Tennessee Sunday. They are the Fort Myers Sunday and they were Mr and Mrs. James Gibson spent
surgery. son and daughter of Dr. and Mrs. accompanied home by their daughter Sunday in West Palm Beach with
Wm. T. Gist. While in Tennessee 1 ,Terry, who spent the past weekin their aunt and uncle, Mr. and Mrs.
? Mrs. Grace (Mother), Rosenberg they will visit' both sets of, their :..> :. Fort Myers. Marvin Cross.
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of Lake Worth spent several days grandparents..
last week as guest of Mrs. Edna ,
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old friends here. family returned to their home Sun- nni !
.day after spending the, past three About BuildingFor ?
MISS WENDY FREMD thinking
Mr. and Mrs. Richard Korbly, weeks on vacation in Sayre, Okla-I
Jr., returned last Thursday from homa and other points of interest Pictured above is Miss Wendy
their wedding trip. Following an in that western state. Fremd-a young lady who arrived ,
overnight visit here, they went on at the home of Lt. and Mrs.' Harry Free Estimates, Call -
to their home at 2707 Cheryle Mr.' and Mrs. J. H. Bordeaux of I Fremd on June 1 in Norfolk, /
Lane, Sarasota. Canal Point left Saturday for three Virginia. Wendy's grandfather, Al- -
weeks vacation to be spent in bert Fremd, is a long-time residentof WILEY
TILLIS'
Mr. and Mrs. John E. Williamsand Cia Tennessee and Geor-I Canal Point. -
Caughters pf Orlando were he .
weekend: guests of his parents, Mr. Mrs. Robert Walker of Paho -- -' General Building Contractor
and Mrs. J. E. Williams of Canal kee; underwent surgery Wednesday i Mrs. A. R. Chastain has returned
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West Palm Beach. I Salt Springs. l
Mr. and Mrs. Charley Adams and
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guests of her brother-in-law -
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dan in Pahokee.

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Everglades Federal Savings And
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visiting their son-in-law and
daughter, Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Big- -
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Canal Point. ; ,1b, ',,'/ '. STATEMENT OF CONDITION : -..- -
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Mrs. Albert Garcia and daughter : ASSETS : LIABILITIES AND CAPITAL

Tampa.Elaine; also Maxine Atkins cf I First Mortage Loans ...___..._...::..'...:-,...".,$12,585,716.85. Savings Accounts _.......:__.....................$13,355,548.52

AI Mr. and Loans on Savings Accounts _.............:.. -68,695_..59j; -' ," '
I Omar Adams, son of Advances From Federal Home .

Mrs. W. J. Adams of Pahokee, is F.H.A.,Title I Improvement Loans ___... 56,862.49 Loan Bank ......._..."!_....__.............. None
visiting Mike McCall, at the homeof .
Mike's grandparents Mr. and : Real Estate Sold on Contract ...-.-...... 56,383.78 .5 J '
Mrs. M., C. Carter, Port :Mayaca.Mr. i i Loans In Process _....,......_...................... 324,422.00
Real Estate Owned _......._....._....._.._...._; 67,024.40 ';' .:; :& .4, : .

Canal. and Point Mrs.have M..as D.their GeIger house cf l Stock in Federal Home Loan Bank .."_..... 215,000.00 Other Liabilities ..._..'...:.::-;:*_..:.l.i: :...-... 14,250.52


Mrs.guest. W.this D.week Geiger their of sister-in-law Ft. Lauder- i U. S. Government Obligations ......._..- 455,812.50'Deferred Credit ..._._,:.._., ....*.*'.i..*..._...._ 8,713.59

dale. She will be joined this weekend Other Investment Securities _.._.._.._... 103,125.00

by her husband. I Specific Reserves -..-............-............... 14,750.00
Accrued I.n t. ....-...* 9,968.25 .
C. A. Major Sr., has had eye I. .
IJ surgey at the Providence Hospitalin Cash on Hand and in Banks ._....!.....*.... 1,247,109.27 General Reserves: -
Columbia S. C.. and is getting
along fine. Off ice Building and Equipment : For Federal Insurance $678,982.40

a Less Depreciation .......___....._...... 137105.23
Jake Gray brother of Mrs. Jack
I For Contingencies .... 532,724.83 1,211,707.23
Spencer, is In Everglades Memorial Property; held for Future Expansion... 25,850.35 -
Hospital, where he will undergo .
surgery this week. Deferred. Charges and Other Assets... 2,873.13 UNALLOCATED RESERVE ......:.-..... 102,134.98
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". ; $15,031,526.84_ '....I. $15,031,526.84 _

,Made I By Gas-Company .4 .. ;,:'%;.' ;::4::'i..i' ; .; .June 30,1961 Dividends Paid '" I
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has changed its name. Company ,
'I ,officials have announced. the corporation t b \!;: ;t:1: ihL' ." OFFICERSROBERTA. ; -
will be known from now on ... '
as the Florida Gas Utilities Com APELGREN ROBT. MATHEWS, JR. RICHARD A. POSTON A. E. KIRCHMAN
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.. of neither the service area nor the W. R. HOOKER : CLAUDE L. SHIRLEY JAMES A. BALL, JR. WILLIAM B. RHODESVice
product distributed, said a company Vice President Chairman of Board President Vice President
official. 'The title has been
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"We are a Florida _company Vice President Vice President and Vice President Treasurer -
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I ': '_' .one official "headquarteredin Charge Savings
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, f. Gaill- persons each week during the'year I

. |I Population 1959-1960".

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Grape-fruit Drink

Florida's population gain duringthe

past ten years was the result To Bolster Use
of an inflow of residents from other
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strong as ORLANDO-A new and tasty
births in the state, the Florida
-- grapefruit juice drink, not yet on "
State Chamber of Commerce said
First Methodist The Church Of God Christian Science I yesterday. the market, has been described by <

Church, Pahokee Of Prophecy, PahokeeCanal Group Of Canal Point "During the decade, Florida the Florida Citrus Commission as
J gained a total of 2,179,000 hew "one of the brightest spots" in
The vital Importance of the inspired residents, giving the state an of-
a Rev. T. C. O'Steen Point Road plans to bolster consumption of
Word Bible will be ficially estimated population of
of the
SUNDAY: : John H. Kinard, pastor, grapefruit.
Science 5,000,000 on July 1 of last year.
emphasized at Christian
Church School
8:45 a. m.-- 10:00 a. m.-Sunda School
,LessonSermon The net gain from migration accounted _General Manager Homer E<
services Sunday in the -
11:00 a. m.-:Morning Worship, 11:00 a. .-Preaching Service .
for 75 cent of this Hooks,
6:45 p. m.-UYF' 7:45 m.-Evangelistic Service entitled "Truth. per speaking before a meetingof
... 7:45 p. .-Evening Worship 8:00 p.p.m. Tuesday-V. L. B. From Romans this passage will figure (or 1,625,567 persons) and the.American Institute of Real !
TUESDAY: be read (15): "For whatsoever births made up 25 per cent (or Estate Appraisers, said the new ;-
8:00 m. Thursday W. M. B.
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\ 7:00 p. 81.-Vesper Choir prac Everyone welcome. .Special music things were written aforetime were 553,433) of the gain. pproduct was developed by scient- ;
ticeWEDNESDAY and singing. written for our learning, that we "The year-to-year pattern Var- ists at the Citrus Experiment' Sta :.
: / : through patience and comfort of ied considerably from the ten year tion.
7:45 p. m.-:Mid-week devotions the scriptures might have hope." average. During the year July 1, "This is canned, highly sweet-
8:30 p. .-Senior'Choir prac. : ,The Methodist Church I Correlative citations will includethe 1950 to July 1, 1951, the total gain ened grapefruit juice which has a

ticeCanal Canal Point Florida first tenet of Christian Science: was 145,000 new residents divided relatively high acid content," I
"As adherents of Truth, we take 73 per cent from migration and 27 Hooks said. "The consumer simply

Point First Robert A. Shelley, Pastor the inspired Word of the Bible as percent from births. mixes one can of water with a can
SUNDAY: our sufficient guide to eternal "The peak growth year (1957- I of juice and the result is a tasty
Baptist Church 10:00 a. 'm.-Church School life" (Science and Health with Keyto 1958) saw a total of 263,263 new : drink without any. sharp or bitter
r 11:00 a. m.-Morning Worship the Scriptures by Mary Baker Floridians, 81 per cent from migra- : taste."
Elder R. E.Barfield 6:30 p. m. Youth Fellowship Eddy, p. 497). tion and 19 per cent from births. i The product requires no freezingor
,f, ... .. SUNDAY: 7:30 p. .m.-Evening Worship The Golden Text is from Psalm "The most recent year for which i even jrefrigeration. It will have
10:00 a. m.-Sunday School MONDAY: 57: "I will praise thee, 0 Lord, official estimates are available i 50 per cent pure grapefruit juicein
11:00 a. m.-Morning Worship 3:15 p. m.-Youth Choir practice. among the people' : I will sing unto covers July I, 1959 to July 1, 1960. i it, which is a larger percentagethan
I 7:00 p. m.-B. T. C. TUESDAY' : thee among the nations. For thy The gain during that time totaled i grapefruit drinks on the
8:00: p. m.-Evening Worship 8:00 p. m.-'Woman's Society1st mercy is great unto the heavens, 210,000 new residents, 68 per cent I market today.
WEDNDESDAY: Tuesday2nd and thy truth unto the clouds." from migration and 32 per cent The commission will conduct
7:30 p. m.-Midweek Prayer :MONDAY: aCLASSIFIED- from births. This figues to a migration ,1 I taste panels and market tests on

Service 7:30 p. m.-Esther Class meeting I ADS I I rate of 2,728 persons eachweek i the new product. next fall, HOOKS
2nd and 4th TUESDAYS: WEDNESDAY: PAY BIG DIVIDENDS i and a natural gain of 1,5111I I said.
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Canal Point Barfield HighwayPahokee

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R.v. Charles D. Stewart, Pastor 11:00 A. M.-Morning Worship Y
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9:45 a. m.-Sunday School 7:30 P. M.Tuesday-Prayer Meet
11:00 a. m.-Morning Worship tag
6:30 p. m.-Training Union. 7:30 P. M. Thursday-Y. P. E.
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.. WEDNESDAY 7:30: p..m.-:Prayer Meeting. Holy Nativity .
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The Pahokee Church PahokeeM.

i Of The Nazarene Wendell Haimin, vicar
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Phone 7528 P. O. Sox 882 11 a. m.-Worship Service t aGY,
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9:45 a. m.-Sunday School. St. Mary's Catholic. V. .
11:00 a. m.-Sunday Worship. ChurchFather
6:30 p. m.-Juniors. '

7:00 p, m.-Sunaay Evening Francis-Fennech, Pastor
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WEDNESDAY: Confessions before Mass.. .
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"Where you are a stranger' but St. Peter's Lutheran, ,5.

once". Church, Belle Glade \
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August Koerber, Pastor
First Baptist 601'W. Lake Rd.,-Belle Glade

Church, Pahokee SUNDAY '

Divine Services 11 -A.. M...
SUNDAY SERVICES: S 1 l"9S"L. .
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j 9r5 a. m.-Sunday School --
11:00 a. m.-Morning1 Worship Mr. and Mrs. Trevette Weeks! .
6:45 p. m.-Training Union and, children ,of Lake Worth wire,
8:00 p. .-Evening Worship Saturday guests of his parents;1 ." \ -

I. WEDNESDAY. : rr..andJrs.; J. G,.Weeks"! .411 Canal* P4.v'. ::";:;, DO All Your Speeding ..
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which is owned and operated by more than 120 way. Call'ahead for overnight reservations.

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You'll enjoy the excellent service you recemMiere < r* ; < to. let s ..keep

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[>: I'ahokeeflospital Board Boosts Its New Tax




k..; Millage From 3.20 To 4.25 Mills For 1961-62


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i',.. A raise, in,tax millage in Northwestern and special district taxes. trict tax still to be set in the Pahokee Folks Will 'from Pahokee they will visit Yel-

i;; Palm Beach County Pub- county lowstone Park and many inter-
This year they will have to pay
lic (Everglades Memorial) Hospital 25.942 mills; as a result of increases Others are: Port of Palm Beach Tour Western Spots esting spots. They plan to be gone
" District will in all probability 1.265, up from 1.10: Boynton Inlet, about five weeks.
, make taxes in the Pahokee area in general county school, flood an estimated .376, up from .32; Mrs. Paul Sasser and Mrs. Har- .-g=;;.

higher than anyplace in the coun- control district Port of Palm Bethesda Hospital, 1.76, up from ry McIntosh of Pahokee will leave Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Wilson of
' been boosted Beach and hospital district tax.es. 1.70 and Jupiter Inlet, holding the
: ty. The millage has this weekend for a vacation trip Canal Point had as: their weekend
f.. by the board from last year's 3.20 ,Only possible contenders for line at one mill. into the Western States. On the guests his nephews and their fam-

mills to 4.25 mills, according tort the unlikely honor of "top taxpay- -- trip they will visit Lt. and Mrs. S. ilies; Mr. and Mrs. Merle Wilson

| figures ,in the tax assessors office ers" are residents of Belle Glade 17 Free VacationsTo A. Stubbs at Opheim, Montana. and children Billy, Gary and Sa
( in West Palm Beach. ,and South Bay. Mrs. Stubbs is the former Miss rah; also Mr. and Mrs. Earl Wilson
*;:* Members of the hospital board They pay all the millages paid Annette McIntosh. While Mrs. McIntosh and children, Rene Alvin and Jill

t-- :Milton Douglas, Floyd Erickson, by Pahokee residents with the ex Retired Folks and Mrs. Sasser are away all of Miami.
p. F. S. Parrish, Leonard Dobrow and ception of the Northwest Hospital

: William Plumer-called for an in- District tax substituting for that II J I r I J 1 t J J IJ 11111 J J 11111 : J 1 J 1111 : 1 : 1 : : 11 : J I : : : Hi -+
crease in the hospital budget from their own Southwest Hospital District Seventeen free Florida vacationswill :

$66,000 up to $73,000.00 This tax tax for the Belle Glade hos- be offered retirement age
is paid by residents in the area pital operation. I couples at the New York Florida

bounded by Lake Okeechobee on I I Last year that was 3.20 mills, Showcase which will feature retire-
the west 20 Mile Bend on the east putting Belle Glade and South Bay ment living during August Wen

Martin county on the north, and a I l taxpayers 0 .05 mills behind Pahokeein dell Jarrard chairman-director of ?as
line drawn in the Glades that would the "top tax rate" race. the Florida Development Commis- nw o

run East and (West along Belle I I The Southwest Hospital (Belle sion said today.Beginning .

Glade Airport Road. Glade) District millage will not be August 1, dioramas
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Pahokee taxpapers were at the 1!set for another week an official of showing models of seven types of

top of, the mill list last year pay- the district has reported. accommodations will replace this
ing a total of 18.96 mills in county j I This marks the only specialdis month's art exhibit from Florida
galleries and artists. They will include -
-- model family and multiplex
+++1 I H H I 1 I I I H I t 1 I U 1 I I M 1 I HI 1 J J J J H I H i t t M If dwelling, cooperative apartments,

mobile homes, rental houses, retire- sria&23ARE
THEATRESP ment hotels and church-sponsored

retirement homes.
YOU EYEING .
Jarrard
said, Sidney Spector, i
LAKE DRIVE-IN head of Housing for the Elderly I

.....' Pahokee Pahokee-Belle Glade Road department of the Housing and I. A New Home
Home Finance Agency, Washington -
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attend the formal
2 BIG FEATURES i
opening.The Home Financing Is Our SpecialtyWhen
::8UNDAY..MONDAY-T DAY, SUNDAY -lIONDAYTUESDA\ one-week vacations will be ,

JULY 23-24-25: offered as door prizes to afford the :r. you finance your home here, you deal witha
JULY 2s-24.25 winning couples an opportunity tc-
"Anatomy Of A inspect the state's retirement facilities local association with 'headquarters right herein

'Th e M arrlageMurder" Jarrard said.
our community, and whose officers and em-
To promote the program, the
GoRound"SUSAN JAMES STE\VART.'LEE' REMICK Commission is asking the heads cf ployees are sincerely interested in seeing that

0"- HAYWARD JAMES J AND,-BEN GAZZARAALSO- 187 of the country's largest indust- you attain true debt-free home ownership.
ries with New York offices to Invite *
:MASON AND JULIE "LOVE-SLAVES OF
their employes: approaching retirement -
NEWMAR THE AMAZONS" : : : : : : : I : : I : :ot+HEverglades -+o
to visit the display. Jar

I" I 1 111111 I I'' V I..MMM"H"H"I"H.. "H"l '1 1--H-H-H 11 I I II MM rard is requesting members of I
Florida's Committees of 100 to I
federalSAVINGS
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City firm and urge their personnelto

see the Showcase exhibit.A .
& LOAN ASSOCIATIONSAVINGS
retired Florida couple will !:eon
INSURED UP TO $10.000 BY FEDERAL SAYINGS
hand at the Rockfeller Center
AND LOAN INSURANCE CORPORATION
location to answer questions and
4> ,40 S. W. AVE. "B" BELLE GLADE PHONE WY f-2M7
distribute information on Florida
'retirement.
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Sunday School ClassIn --

July Meeting

NOW-Daily THRU service to

ati J The T. E. L. Sunday School classof I

the Canal Point Baptist Church

: held their July meeting Monday at I JacksonvilleI

3:00 p. m.. with Mrs. W., S. Cross
as hostess.
Mrs. J. D. Latham" class president and to Ft. Lauderdale and Miami

presided over the business ,
session. Mrs. W. S. Cross and Mrs.R. JI

L. Hawk were appointed on the I
nominating committee to select officers -
for the new church year.
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Mrs. Cross served home made, ,
cake and coffee to nine membersand
two guests !

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her grandson, Bill Nelson and

'Miss Peggy Turner, spent,last Saturday -

in Miami shopping and visit- 1
ing with her daughter Velma whois

attending band camp at the

University.IN .

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TOE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 1
Exposed concrete block walls add.beauty modern FIFTEENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
. "" design to today's flhest1iomes' and at the same time FLORIDA COUNTY, IN AND FOR PALM BEACH ,
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.- save yoM' dollars and dollars on expensive interior IN CHANCERY, 61C1272D
-' finishing and WILLIE FAYS BUSH. : I
upkeep. Masonry paints are now Plaintiff :. '
.; available in marry beautiful decorator colors ftr, T8- : take TRAILWAYSeasiest

complete harmony of masonry walls and other interior JOHN ELVIS Defendant BUSH. ::

TO: JOHN ELVIS BUSH. ADDRESS
I ,. Stearns equipment see us today. UNKNOWN:
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t- .. You are hereby notified that Willie Now-for the first time-Trailways offers service .
Faye Bush has filed a Bill of Complaint
f against you for divorce and you are thru central Florida. Air-conditioned rest room
USE ,CONCRETE' MASONRY FOR STRUCTURAL BEAUT1
required to serve a of
copy your answer equipped buses for'your' travel comfort.
j to the complaint>on the Plaintiff Attorney -
*-Tfaadd WhIdden. P. O. Box 70S. From Canal Point To: r One-way From Canal Point To: One-vay

;.... answer Pahokee.in Florida the office and of file the'Clerk the original of the .Orlando $3.75 Ft. Lauderdale $2.20
i Circuit COurt,of Palm Beach County
Florida, on or before the 14th day.clAuget,1961
5. Sanford 4.40 Miami . 3.05
,', ; if you fail so to do Judgment .
I 'by tef auH'will be'taken against .
{ ; you for the relief dem&n.dec11D.h..com Deland 4.90 Jacksonville 7.70
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'J.ALHX! ARNETTE .
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$' ,Oterk at Circuit Court INFORMATION PLEASE CALL
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