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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: August 4, 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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Holding Location: University of Florida
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Succeeded by: Glades observer
Succeeded by: Everglades observer

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i August 4, 1961 PUBLISHED WEEKLY ,IN CANAL POINT BY PAUL RARD.I.NJ



J> '. CIRCULATING THROUGHOUT THE VAST AGRICULTURAL AREA OF PALM BEACH BOUNTY I

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,*,_ '.!' .. George H. Wedgeworth- ; Belle! Farnall RetiresAs J Funeral Services I
Glade, President of the Sugar Cane Another Sugar Mill Contract Let And
Growers Cooperative of Florida, B. G. Post Master Mrs. Maude Tedder '
has issued a report on the new facilities -I !
For Clewiston Area Site Clearing Is I
: t George P. Farnall, who has been Mrs. Maude Tedder, 76, died
"Preliminary work has begun ont postmaster of the Belle Glade Post- Tuesday night at her home 2961
the preparation of the mill site on. office for the past 31 years, will retire CLEWISTON The Florida Spencer Street in Jacksonville, Started For MillWork i

t- which will be constructed milling effective Aug. 9, it was an- Cane, Products Corporation a Delaware following a lengthy illness with a 1,
nounced heart condition. Mrs. Tedder
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facilities to be known as the : Wednesday. corporation headed by Albert wasa has i
Farnall was appointed postmaster pioneer resident of Canal Point already begun preparing -
Sugar House, along with Glades. R. Nesa, Nelson the site for $13.5 million
on March 8, 1930, and formally Miami, and lived here many years. For the a 1
tion of access roads to it. commissioned May, 1930. Gluck, vice president, and James past 20 years she has made her I sugar mill to be erected in Belle I
will be located on the Airport road Farnall to continue to J. I Glade ,for the Florida Sugar Cane
plans McVeigh, also of Miami, will home with her daughter, Miss Har
just northeast of Belle Glade and make his home in Belle Glade af- rebuild a sugar cane mill in Clew- riett Tedder and her sister, Mrs.! Growers- Co-operative. I.
it is expected to be completed before ter his retirement. He is marriedto Freddie Geiger in Jacksonville._ Contract for mill construction
December,. 1962, when the iston which will have a capacity of was let Thursday with, Ferrel- 1
the former Gertrude M. Wright, Survivor's include, besides the
first grinding season will begin. who was formerly a clerk in the 700-850.tons, per day. I daughter and sister, one son, Har- Birmingham Corp., according to 1
I "Preparations for planting of the The new business will employ Cooperative President. George
office. Farnall has two sons, one old Tedder of Belle Glade; two
,. sugar cane to be processed through who makes his home in the West, approximately 100-120 workers sisters, Mrs. Glover Peeler, Jack- Wedgworth. I
the mill are also under way.' A and one who is a member of the during the grinding season on a sonville; Mrs. Sally Williams, Sa- Construction is expected to take i
1 minimum of muck- 24-hour daily basis. almost a but it is I
-- 20,000 acres Belle Glade Police Department. vannah, 'Ga.; one brother, W. L, year planned to !
land bordering the eastern and The mill will be flexible and have the mill in operation for the
j' Farnall born in Kensington "
was (Leonard) Geiger of Pahokee; six
' southern shores of Lake Okeecho- London, England, Sept. 13, capable of producing raw sugar, grandchildren and many nieces and 1962-63 harvest season. It will be 1
: bee will be planted which will be 1894, and migrated to Canada tan refined sugar or syrup. nephews. able to grind up to 5,000 tons of
to the mill running According to Mesa, the primary cane daily.
'I enough keep sugar
t early age, and thence to Flori- Funeral services were held in \
: at full capacity," Mr. Wedgworth da. He served with the armed product will be making raw sugar Jacksonville yesterday. The contractors estimate the
(It. said. forces ,during World War I, andwas II from cane purchased: largely from .- construction job will provide work ,
Mr. Wedgworth also stated, *injured. overseas. He has_ been independent growers. The company for about 400 workers, and put an
I) HouSe "wiU l :. few huridred acreffUf Florida's-F-eeder, additional into the
,"Glades, Sugar : ;h&v& active--with Post 20 of the Ameri- may grow a' $400,000 local
t< a 5,000-ton daily capacity'over a can Legion for a number of years. its' ,own. Cattle ProductionGaining economy for materials and supplies
minimum of 150 days of, harvest The company is presently main- purchased ally.
I: ing. More than 1,000 workers will taining its offices at 148 W. Flag- : On DemandGAINESVILLE I The Florida Sugar Cane Growers -
I, be employed in the plant:and fields Average. Meat, Cost ler St, Miami and will operate 4n M ; Cooperative is comprised of
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and it involves an investment esti-4 Set At $91 AnnuallyFor Association with Vincent Domin- -Florida is wellon ,52 members who plan to produce
mated to be in excess of $13,000- I quez, former owner of the Central the wav to becoming self-suf some 750,000 tons of cane on 22,000
000.00. : American Citizens San Ramon sugar mill in Oriente ficient in feeder cattle production acres of land ,near Lake Okeechobee. ;-
I.! In outlining the history of the Province, Cuba. reports J. E. Pace, animal husbandman .
"If project Wedgworth said the SugarCane : GAINESVILLE The average The property there, worth an with the Florida Agricultural Co-op members contributed
I f Growers Cooperative of Florida person in the United States spends estimated $6,500,000; is now in Extension_ Service. $750,000 toward construction of
.r.-o was organized in July, 1960, about $91 a year for meat reports Castro's hands. Large numbers of feeder cattleare the mill and financed the balanceof
by :representatives of ,all vegetable Mrs. Ruth O. Townsend, assistantin 'The new Clewiston mill has been now being produced annually the project with first and second
growers and packinghouse organizations nutrition with the Florida Agricultural in operation at New Iberia, La., in Florida's commercial herds and mortgages. "
t- in the Glades area. Experiment Stations. and is now being dismantled for the gap between supply and demand The plant will be known as the
;. -, Following the organizational This represents about 4.6 per- shipment to the Clewiston,area. within the state is rapidly be- Glades Sugar Mill.
*. meeting, Dr. Arthur G. Keller of cent of the average person's income ... ing closed, he says. Prior to deterioration of rela-
! Arkel Engineering Coropration, and it buys 85.8 pounds of Pace adds that the cattleman tions with sugar-producing, Cuba

I i:: Baton Rouge, Louisiana, an inter- beef, 64.6 pounds of pork, 6.3 Taxes Are Up For who are making the most progressin there were two.mills. in the state.
nationally known designer and engineer pounds of veal and 4.6 pounds of feeder cattle production are -
N, I of sugar houses, was retained lamb and mutton. Belle Glade HospitalThe those who follow modern manage- Friendly Store Is
by the Cooperative to pre Beef consumption is expected to ment methods. They have highly
". pare a feasibility study. The study reach a record high of about 9') Southwestern Palm Beach improved pastures, use good bulls Robbed Sunday
was favorable and ,the Cooperative pounds 'per person in 1961. But County Public Hospital Board of with a known history, cull their -
; proceeded with the arrangementswhich Mrs. Townsend points out that con- Belle Glade has set its millage for cow herds closely, select herd replacements Burglars broke into the Friendly -
v have resulted in the con- gumption of pork per capita has I 1961 at 4.5 a 1.3 mill increaseover with care, pregnancytest Store, 425 Lake Ave., Pahokee, I
struction now under way. been declining since World War. 1960. their cows, and keep recordson early Sunday morning and made
I t Farrel Birmingham Company II, There hcs: also been a trendto The Southwest Hospital Districtwas the performance of each cow. off with .$200 cash and $300 in
Inc. of Ansonia, Connecticut, is in fresh meets and away from cur- the latest of the county's merchandise.Jack .
', J charge of the construction and is ed pork items. special tax district's to set a new Advertises I Waldschlager of Pahokce, !
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also furnishing the milling tandem. -, millage rate owner and manager of the store

Parrel-Birmingham Company is Death Comes To The new millage ranks Belle Land For SaleThe reported the thief gained entrance
u affiliated with Sutesores de Abarca Glade and South Bay residents to the store by throwing a rock 1

Inc. of San Juan Puerto Rico, Alabama Relative along with those from Pahokee as county commission:;: this week through the large plate glass win- ,
which is also supplying certain of the highest taxed people in the decided to put a plot of park land dow on the'front street. Merchan-
the sugar processing equipment. :Mr .and Mrs. Wilbur Echols and county. in West Palm Beach up for sale to dise consisting of watches, shoes
These ( organizations have estab- Renza were called to Roanoke, Ala.I The Northwestern Hospital Dis- the highest bidder. and other items of clothing are
\ lished offices in the Elsberry Build- Tuesday because of the sudden I missing. .
II trict, which includes Pahokee and The land owned by the countyis
ing in Belle'Glade.. death of their grandfather, Charlie the rest of the northwestern sec- located at North Dixie and 5ttb The robbery occured between the
'. \ The Cooperative has associated Hudson, who died of a heart at- hours of 1:00 and 3:00 a. m., Sun-
tion of the county, have the same St. and has been used by the West '
Gzarnikow-Rionda Company of tack, Monday: night Mr. and Mrs.L. : A 4.5 mill day morning.
tax rate. tax levy was Palm:: Beach Chamber of Com
New Yqrlc with it in the field of D. Echols and Bettye were visit set earlier in the month. merce as & cite for a welcome sign. .
management which company will ing Mrs. Echols' parents Mr. and Residents outside Pahokee city The county'said the: City of West VACATION AT FT.IYERS
also operate as an individual grower Mrs. Hudson when death came to limits, however, are spared a Portof Palm Beach said had no use,for the Mr. and 'Mrs. Gary Sanders of
processing its cane through the her father. Funeral services 'were Palm Beach tax since they are land for park purposes and that Pahokee, accompanied by their
Glades Suger House. held in Roanoke Thursday at 11a. not in the port district. two realtors wanted to buy it. > granddaughter, Jeanine Fussell of ,
Officers of the Sugar Can m.Friend. I E. F.-"Sanders., Belle Glade hos- The board voted to have the land Jacksonville, spent last week vacationing -
Growers Cooperative of Floridaare pital superintendent, said a $4,221. appraised and to call for sale bids. at Ft. Myers Beach. They
in addition to Wedgworth, Pahokee; Billy Rogers, 493 decrease in, valuations for the 9& also have as their houseguests this
Robert.D.., Apelgren Pahokee Vice South Bay; Fritz Stein. Jr., Belle district is responsible for the, xniD- Mrs. J.. Barber and daughter week, their aon-In-law and daughter
President;, and Walter J. Kautz, Glade; John Tiedtke, Winter Park; age increase. :Mrs. Anges Anglin and two children Mr. and'Hrs. O. 'c: Fussell and
Canal Point, Secretarytreasurer.Directors Roy Vandegrift Sn.,Pahokee. ; and Also he said, the district's budget I Tommie and Sandra all ,of e"hifdren of'Ja ksonYme.I.
In addition to Wedg-I W. R. Wilson,. Pahokee.All has increased from $337,000 to Tampa, 'were Tuesday luncheon i "
worth Apelgren and Kautz are:I .off1cersJ and directors aremembergrowers $388,620 due to expanding population guests of her' sister and family, Drj Joe Tcm,Boynton, Pahokee; An. of the 'Cooperative. causing' increases In hospital Mr. and Mrs. R. 11.Hewell of Canal Palm Beach General': Hospital
'.drew? ',Duda, Jr., Ovieda; lewis, operation costs. / Point Lake-Worthy'.a. *.
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' f The Rardin ;Building In Canal Point, FloridaTHE ..pSUBSCRIPTIONS i
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LAKE OKEEOHOBEE REGION HOME OFif are due if your SPARE ROOMS for rent? If 'You BUY AND SELL real estate with

name' label shows 'you"to" be m have one get in touch1 with this confidence thru Bill J.. Bailey or

.: E -Ef ERGLAMSNWS arrear on payment. -'Send along newspaper and ''Insert a $1 classi- C. A. Bailey, Belle Glade. t
that-$2.00. payment ,now and nwe: ified It'Wil-'get results. AU ada
Serving the-Lake,OkeechobeeFarming. Region'Wlthout will continue to send you thisfgreat payable in advance..The EvergladesNews VACATION TIME is just around

Interruption Every Week,for,,More Than 30 Years palladium of the family fireside. Canal Point, ,Fla.* the corner. Before you take off,
Established'March The Everglades'News Canal Point, how- about :dropping a check'for
11 1924 Published
f .Every Friday Fla SAMPLE COPIES of last week'sedition $2.00 in the mail for your subscription -

Subscription Price $2.00 Year In Advance of The Everglades News to The Everglades News, Canal

were mailed in Canal Point and Point, Fla.
rAe Everglades News Is Entered at the Post Office APARTMENTS'are needed by welcomed
new subscriptions will be -
In Canal Point, Florida, as Second Class Matter many folks coming into this area this week. Just $2.00 for a year GOOD BUY: Corner lot 100 x 135
to earn a living. Do you have one in Belle Glade. C. A. Bailey, Real
will informed of happaiings -
Paid .din Owner, Editor, Publisher for rent? Tell them and the world keep in this you area. Estate. Phone WY 6-3084, Belle

through a $1 classified ad in these Glade.
columns. Send along a descriptionof ABOUT 600 ACRES for sale
the apartment and a $1 bill and partly improved with poor roadto PASTURE FOR SALE. Farm

we'll do the rest. The EvergladesNews it. $125 per acre See call ur land. Acreage. Business loca'

Canal Point, Fla. write Bill J. Bailey or C. A. Bailey, tions. See Bill J. Bailey or C. A.

,Belle Glade Fla., Phone' WY ,Bailey Real Estate Belle Glade, I
FOR SALE: New and used WillysJeepa. 6-3084. Fla.

: Walter Ashley's Garage -

a r f Belle Glade Phone 3058. which interferes with the driver'sVisio erous, as a sudden guest of wind
Oct. 17-S4-C&
r : .is a serious safety hazard may blow them around inside the ,
car creating a hazardous distrac-
v FOR SALE: Large Maytag Gas they emphasized.Make tion for the driven.
little. 7600 certain that luggage and
Stove Used very Call Another thing to be consideredis
Pahokee after 4 p. m. vacation equipment does not obstruct -
the fact that objects resting on
....-- .. your view when you are '
the rear window ledge may be ca-
FLORIDA'SNEARPERFECT Careful Loading Of driving. is of vital importancethat tapulted forward in case of a sud- I

your vision be clear to the den stop or an accident causingInjury
Car Is Suggested
( front to the sides and to the rear. to driver or passengers.

= w CLIMATE For Vacation Trip "The rear, window ledge shouldbe "It's a mighty good idea to give I

r IS A MAJOR REASON used with caution", they caa- some serious thought to the business -

SOME 10,000.000 TALLAHASSE-"Load your car tioned. "Anything bulky enough to of loading the car for a vaca- I.
x' : PERSONS VISIT THE, carefully for that vacation trip" interfere with the rear view should tion trip," concluded the Patrol.

a STATE EACH YEAR, the Florida Highway Patrol cautioned not be placed on this ledge. Pa- "Plan this maneuver carefully just

.- "MANY OF'THEM BECOMING today. pers and light materials which are as you plan schedules, activities
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R- PERMANENT Pointing out that faulty loading easily blown about are also dang- and stopping places J

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GALAXIE'T
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Cash In on our I
luxury car ,of the low-price field, with
"- Thunderbtrd-inspired; elegance and comfort. new low Galaxie ", I
A trendsetter if there ever was onel, \,
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'61 FALCON TUDOR. A Falcon with stand. '
week end nicked'itself for a America'slowestpriced ,. "
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In another action on a request '
and transmission 32.6 in I
,five buck donation-$1 per .com- averaged mpg *
from the same association, the ,the 1961 Mobilgas Economy Run-highest TDWD'! : {
-missioner-in hard cash. j
I board referred to Commissioner 'gas'mileage by a o"- 8-cylinder, car in passenger sedan I ISotW
It cane about when the board I '''the Run's 25-yeor history. ,.
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was requested to waive"' 4'build Edward' Bandlow, a 'letter' asking -manufacturer en a cempor/ioit' .ifrf of 1I, I
'ing permit fee that had'boen charged permission to install two green -mail dtfnwrtd svgg pries t
against the.Pam Beach'County houses at the Association's workshop '"-

:association Retarded"Children. in John Prince Park. ,; ::;. .;. -- ; __ .- ...;, ; ,:.; t

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Hot waive the fee-it-could only be until the project could be in- .<. ..(-'-" r:; r I

waived for federal and stage agen- vestigated. He said he objected to a ofa t ) .....-_- .. '
buildings that are not attractive humdfnger III
cies.Commissioner Lake Lytal moved being placed in the.,park. He said buy buzzJn' ".

that the request be'd ni -and in that a slat house :-.t the workshop your way in our ,, r :
the 'same 'breath 'added that all right now presents an unsightly .
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commissioners"kick in a'buck" I .
appearance.

Dairy. .i Farmers' To. I Florida now owns and operates mm'De8IersSwappie8ee) :

j. 26 airplanes for use of officials.

Employ'Secretary Among 'departments using planesare fl. ....... 4
'the State Road .Department, STOP :SWAP! :SAVE &"- 1
ORLANDO-The* Florida Dairy State Beverage Commission Game Sedans Convertibles ,

'Farmers Federation, an 'organlntion & Fresh Water 'FIsh Commission, pending money on now for a '61 Ford. with the ear that's Wagons-pick your: honey and i '0 1
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made up, of milk producers, State Highway Patrol, [State .Con your care old are. Sales are up and 'Beautifully Built 'sate real. money during our Ford. .
has employed Howard Walton, servation Department and State your Ford Dealer is to Take 'Care of Dealers' SWAPPING BEE! Special ,' ; S
ins position to pay Itself.'A 61 Ford 'T l
king-sized
former state milk administrator low prices
:) Forestry Department. top dollar for your miles '
serve as its paid executive secre .. .. trade-in. between lubrieatra -m allowances easiest
tions 4,000 miles terms possible. For savings that '. i II
tary.Up Menthol cigarettes, the fastest r.DAF. between oil are bee,-.yond bee-lief buzz on in ; t',I
to this time organization, rising segment'in'the tobacco industry chances! '
I .. to your FordDeaJer's during his ... \:
about three years old,,has'bad no 'were the Steady smoke" -
central office or paid secretary.A 'BEE-AT YOUR FORD DEALER'S SWAPPING BEE TODAY! price-bustin': SWAPPING BEE. : ;: 1; t
last year of estimated: 8,640,000 '
central office will be*opened'In I U. S. adults, according to the '
Orlando. Purpose of-the organiza- !I Brown .& Williamson Tobacco Co. ;PAHOKEE MOTOR COMPANY __ ".: j

tion is to study problems and work I That's greater-than-the population a ." lit. .
'Cut- lana for the advancement and i of all except six states,and -nearly PAB0E Bl:,FLORIDA f fIf

welfare of dairymen, who are.milk I five times the number of menthol \}
.producers. I smokers in 1955. You're Interested in-an J. Used Car-Be Sure to See Your Ford Dealer j

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,- Page Four The Ererglades: New, CanalPoiai, Florid Friday August 4.1951 l. :

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Mr.::and lira.' F. F. Burr of Canal Miss Patsy,Keene was a weekend .they have been: In this country two='"

I Point left Tuesday for a visiti guest of her grandmother Mrs. A. years. #, I

I.PERsnNAlNEWSNQJ JI I i I with friends and relatives in Con- B. Barnes in South Bay.S. Re-registration delays could re--: f(
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necticut.Mr. suit in permanent loss of the regis- "
A. Nail arrived Tuesday from .t
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! .. and Mrs. Hulon Bullard and St. Petersburg for a visit with
q WWnnnfwLnnm. their descendants and a drop of I
Miss Elizabeth Humphries of.Pa- Mr. and Mrs. Carl Bailey of I children of Montgomery Alabama; I I Mrs. S. A. NaIL more than $100 per head in cash I ''1
, her grandmother -' Stuart were the Wednesday lunch also his brother, Jimmie Bullard I I I I value. I,'
hokee companied of Lupine 1 I II {II I Mr. and Mrs. M. D. Geiger are
p- Mrs. Mae Galloway of In- eon guests of Mrs. W. G. Lowe in Alabama last week 1 I spending this. week visiting Mr. By filing an application within /
toured the State of Florida.. While
::. diantown, on a two weeks tour of Canal Point. -I and Mrs. Dan Griffith in St. six months of the Canadian trans- ,I
Alabama, Tennessee, Arkansas, in Florida they were guests of the I.I fer date, a Holstein breeder can re-
1 Mr!'and Mrs. Russell Maxson of Glenn Andrews family in Canal Petersburg. .
Kentucky, the Carolinas and Geor- at rgeister an imported animal at the I
Canal Point returned home Sun- Point and other relatives. '
; gia. '.same fee he pays to register a calf I
day folio wing a weeks visit t Re-Registration Of ;
Mrs. W. L. Duncan McIntosh under six months of age.
Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Strayer and with their son and other relatives .
I spent several days at her home in I Canadian Holsteins For both home-bred and imported -
family of Canal Point have returned in Montgomery, Ala. : '
Canal Point this week. Holsteins, there are two gradu-
from a summer spent in visit i Mr. and Mrs. Willie Scott and Needed By Dairymen .: ations in the fee schedule, at six (
ing relatives, sightseeing and I are home following a Mr. and Mrs. F. F. Burr left via: months and at one year before thetwoyear t
young son
work. Enroute to Newbern N. C.,
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Greyhound Bus Tuesday afternoon
x, tour of Florida visiting relatives. GAINESVILLE-Florida dairymen restriction becomes ef- ,
where Mr. Strayer was :employed, for: two weeks visit with relativesin who have imported registered fective. ;

they made stops in Macon, Moun- Mrs. Pqpe Sears, accompanied by Hartford and New Haven, Con- Holsteins from Canada are' advisedto I

- tain City and Atlanta, Ga., as well her daughter Gale and Miss Connie necticut. re-register such cattle with the The average passenger car in the ;
as Cherokee, Blowing Rock and tI
Singletary of Pahokee, spent sever- Miss Pat Calhoun of Miami was Holstein-Friesian' Association: of United States will travel 9,400
Asheville, N. C. They were accom- al days recently in Naples.Mr. America.T. miles annually, says Quality Courts
'" North Jimmie Dickson the weekend guest of her grandparents I I i
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partied by W. assistant President Tucker.
Sparks, dairy- Tommy I
who also was employed in New- and Mrs. G. C. McElhenny of Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Weeks. man with the Florida Agricultural I I Ia '\!

: bern. Pahokee returned Sunday from a Col. and Mrs. W. S. Evans left Extension Service says more than William A. Wall of West Palm. j

George McElhenny, son of Mr. Jacksonville weeks vacation* spent in Georgia Beach., Wednesday for a six weeks vacation 1,100 such animals have been im- Beach has been installed Grand .;; I
and Daytona to be spent in the New England ported into Florida during the last Exalted Ruler of the Benevolent
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and Mrs. G. C. McElhenny of Pa- home
They were accompanied by .
states and North Carolina. two years.A and Protective Order of Elks. He is j I
hokee, just reutrned from 'a three!I Mr. and Mrs.*J. L. Williams and They were accompanied by their By-Law change adopted at the the second Floridian to receive this i :

week stay in New York State,I ar espending a couple of days this grandson Grey Handley to Sebring. Association's recent annual con- national,honor, the previous being f

where he was employed by the I Ip week in Fort,Myers. Grey has been visiting them sever- vention makes Canadian Holsteins I the late former Governor, Dave j

Sugar Maple resort. I Miss Peggy McElhenny of Paho- al weeks. ineligible for re-registration: sjholtz: of Daytona Beach. Ii I
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Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Mole returned kee has as, her ,houseguest ,this

Saturday from a two weeks vacation week, Miss Rosie Godwin of Mor- (

I at Clearwater Beach. Her ven. Ga., and will accompany Miss i7 t I "

mother Mrs. J. M. Conner of Lake Godwin home for a two weeks stay. j

Butler, is visiting here.J. :Mr. and Mrs.. Ernest Maxwell "

: G. Weeks, president of the Pahokee just returned Sunday '
Canal Point Lion's Club returned from Savannah Ga., where they '

to his home Monday, following a visited Mrs. Maxwell's mother. I t .I' ,I

four day stay in Everglade's Me-; Miss Suzanne and Lyndell Chas-' Phone 511- Pahokee Phone WY 6-2550 Belle Glade !t> I.

morial Hospital. Lain returned to their home in I '

Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Williams of Thomasville, Ga., after a,visit with SALES and SERVICE !

Canal Point had as their weekend Miss Penny Sasser and Mrs. Hazel i

guests their son and daughterinlaw Chastain.Bill I I. ,Heating Air Conditioning! Appliances i* \

Mr. and Mrs. John Williamsand Davenport of Brandon join-!

baby daughters Amy-Jo and ed his family, Mrs. Davenport and ,&!J V&&& 1 I I I I I I I I .1
Jean Ruth of Orlando.
daughters, Debbie, Cindy and Terry -

Donald Harrington of Port May- Saturday who have been the .

aca, who has been ill for the past guests of Mr.: and Mrs. L. J. Fraser

week at his home, is,now a patientin for several weeks and they returned -

Everglades Memorial Hospital.Mrs. to their home Sunday.Mr. .-
"I've saidgoodbye
'H. C. Clark of Pelican and Mrs. M. C. Carter planto 'J

Lake, who had been a patient in leave Saturday for a months "

Everglades Memorial Hospital, vacation. They will, be accompan-: : '
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was transferred last, week to St. fed to Chicago, Ill, by their grandson ; to sweat and toil" : 1 S

Mary's Hospital I1nL West Palm for Mike McCall, who has visited :

tests. She returned'* to her' home I for several weeks. I 1 ,
the weekend.
over
Mrs. Steve Early and son Mike

Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Pitts jof of West Palm Beach were weekend I i
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Pahokee, accompanied by Miss Kay guests of Mrs. J. W. Barrett.Mr. ::_ :-

Hughes of Bryant, were Sunday ;.
and Mrs. Ralph Maxson, Sue ." ,
visitors in Hollywood.Mrs. -
and Brenda have returned to their

W. L. Geiger of West Palm home from several weeks vacationin

Beach, made a pop call Saturdayon Louisiana'. I -
her mother, Mrs. W. G. Loweof
Mrs. Guthrie Colvard, Mrs. Wiley
Canal Point.
Tillis, Mrs. Joe Thompson, Mrs.I I
Mrs. Pope. Sears of Canal Point Horace Unwin and Mrs. E.B. Gam-

spent several days last, week in ble attended the quarterly W.M.U. .

Lakeland where she attended the Associational meeting at First "C UL' -4'
Methodist School of Missions. Baptist Church in West Palm

Beach Thursday.Mr. .?..
Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Maxspn and d4'i'IG ,
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children, Billy, Carolyn and Steveof and Mrs. Julian Groover and I ;
Canal Point left this past week- family of West Palm Beach were .-
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end for a vacation in Gulfport, the weekend guests of Mr. Groov- :
Mississippi.Mrs. er's sister Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Parker : : .
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Catherine Trett of Canal ,.

Point underwent major surgery at I Master Nat Nason of West Palm I:ff "DONT GET ME WRONG, MISTER farming is no pink I; ). j
St. Mary's Hospital West Palm Beach is the guest for several days :' I
Beach Tuesday, Her children are this week of his grandparents, :Mr. tea party.-But.pow :Reddy Kilowatt does the ,back-breaking tasks..You'd I :' .tit.

.. visiting her parents in Bradenton and..Mrs. Earl;Maxson. .,?fr. :.I'r;: ;' t Redd"Y :
be surprised how much of my work : has taken over. He
mother Js I' .
during the time their :. rj-" ,".: ,. -:. "
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hospitalized.Mr. ..' I .on.a three weeks visit with '!-nt ;j-. sure has speeded up>the farm chores. I produce more ,now farm j _i ,
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and Mrs. Mack Barfield and his mother Mrs. W. M. Taylor in ,. !
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sons recently purchased a newly Fedwell, Tennessee.
built home in Iridiantown and mov- r
ed Into it this past weekend. Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Hignite of I # "Water heating, feed grinding, milking, tool grinding, incubating, hay
Pahokee have as their house guest
Barfield will continue the opera their daughter Mrs. Richard Ror- ; drying. ana barn cleaning are. just,a few of the things Reddy does
tion of his service station in Canal
Point. ney of Bainbridge, Maryland. I for me;=works full time for part-time wages. Electricity costs so

Lennie Stuckey, accompaniedhis Mr. and Mrs. James Moore and little, I can afford a lot. Hear that jingle? That's the extra cash
son Henry, of Canal Point, left
aunt and uncle, Mayor and Mrs.
Duncan Padgett and their grandson Sunday on a sightseeing tour and < Reddy has put in my pockets." _, .
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vacation in Florida Georgia. Ala- y
Frankie Garcia, on a visit r
bama and Tennessee.Mr. .
with the Mayor and Mrs. Padgett's IN THE RURAL HOME, TOO Redd'. ...":
.children: The Garcias in Tampa: and Mrs. J. H. Strayer of I
the Calvin Padge'tt family In Gainesville Canal Point have as their house >y forts and conveniences of modern electric living in the kitchen, :, I

and the Rev Donald Pad- guest, Bobby Brinson of Newbern, : in the laundry less work, more leisure, for happier Florida living. .;, :
gett iri Chatahoochee. N.C.Mr. : ,

Mr. and Mrs. A. T. Holt accomp- and Mrs. Kenneth William )

anied by little Miss Jamie Gibsonof son are touring the State of Flor- 1N1t L } .

Canal Point, are leaving this ida on their wedding trip, and will : () Yj fl"lJ! l / .er ;. ,
weekend on a two weeks vacationin be at their home In Chicago after I F
the Carolinas. They have made August 5th. ;5 ftmu

plans to camp out one week near Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Andrews of -NOW A BIGGER BARGAIN THAN EVER {
Cherokee, N. C. -.11
Canal Point and their son and
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Mr. and Mrs. Roscoe Stokes daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. De- { FLORIDA POW E R & LIGHT I COMPANY
pent the past weekend in Cocoa witt Andrews and children of Lake S / ,

with their son-in-law and daught- Worth, spent several days last ::. HELPING BUILD FLORIDA '
er.MroandMrs.: Danny Mullla and week with relatives in Luverne and

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\ I., Page Six The Everglades ,News, Canal Point Florida Friday August 4, 1961r.

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spend a day !
Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Levins of
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of Bryant. Upon 'his return j
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nounce the arrival of a son, Marvin
r '!r he will be stationed at Camp Le
Stewart born at
July8th Good
i Jeune North Carolina. I
1-- .t. Samaritan Hospital, West Palm II I
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L .. .;, First Methodist The Church Of God Christian Science returned Wednesday.to their Mrs.home Levins in Pahokee is the as her weekend guests her brother


1'<,''.,.. Church, Pahokee- Of Prophecy w-, Pahokee Group ,Of Canal Point. I former Gwenn.Bracewell.- .-..- and Henry sister-in-law Lee Hill ,of Mr.Holopaw.and Mrs.

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: :: .Rev. T. C. O'Steen Canal Point Road The spiritual foundation of divine -r Mr. and Mrs. Dan Carpenter of
. :. SUNDAY: John H. Kinard, pastor healing will be emphasized at Pahokee left Friday for a weeks
l-1.:;' 1:45 a. m.-Church School 10:00 a. m.-Sunday School Christian Science services. Sun visit in Boone N. C.,'where they I
..;',."7,. \I. 11:00 a. m.-Morning Worship 11:00 a. .-Preaching Service day. will be the guests of their son-in-
7-. 8:45: p. m. MYF 7:45 p. Evangelistic Service, Included in the Lesson-Sermon law and daughter Mr. and Mrs.
: .. .. 7:45 p. m.-Evening Worship: i 8:00 p. m. Tuesday-V. L. B. entitled "Spirit" is the account :n i Vance Denton, who are attending
:': ; TUESDAY: I 8:00 p. m. Thursday-W. )(. B. II Matthew of the healing by Christ summer school there. They were
5 f. 7:00 p. m. Vesper Choir prac*I Everyone welcome.. Special music I Jesus of the man with the withered Lamar Hooks, 5, son'' of Mr. and accompanied by her sister, Mrs.
-t-. "= ticcWEDNESDAY and singing. hand. Mrs. Stanley Hooks, fell from a John Dulaney of Belle Glade. She
K : -. One of the citations to be read tree in front, of the Weeks residence will be the guest of her husband,
" -:. .'. 7:45 p. m.-Mld-week.davoUonl' from "Science and Health with Keyto Sunday afternoon and fract- who is following the vegetable deal
':, 8:30 p. m..-Senior Choir,prac- The Methodist Church the Scriptures" by Mary Baker ured his skull. He was'hospitalizedfrom there.

I" tic. ,Can Point Florida Eddy (p. 51) describes the basisof Sunday afternoon until Monday -
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t:' Jesus' healing mission in these evening and then returned to Ken and Jpe Beverly, grandsonsof
"_ ': : Canal Point First Robert A. Shelley, Pastor words: "Jesus was unselfish. His his home. Mr. and Mrs. Grady Boynton,
"' SUNDAY: ,spirituality separated him from left Saturday for their home In
:\: : Baptist Church 10:00'a. m.-church School sensuousness, and caused the selfish Mr. and Mrs. R. F. Hurt of Pa- Ochlocknee, accompanied by Miss
:,.i 1'1:00 a. .-Morning Worship materialist to hate him; but it hokee and children, Alice, Elaine Suzanne Chastain, following a visitin
, Elder R.E.Barfield 6:30 p. .-Youth Fellowship was this spirituality which enabled and Dickie, are t spending a week Canal Point with relatives.

'.\:,a' SUNDAY: 7:30 p, m.-Evening Worship Jesus' to heal the sick, cast out vacationing in the Carolinas. Jack Waldschlager of Pahokeewill
MONDAY: evil, and raise the dead
10:00 School
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Seaton Boynton of Bartow wasa leave this week for a two week
. 3:15 p. m.-Youth Choir practice The Golden Text is from Zech-
: ;. 11:00 a. m.-Morning Worship .
weekend guest of his brother and vacation with friends in New Or-
4 7:00 p. m.-B. T. C. TUESDAY: ariah (4): "Not by might, nor by sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. H. G. leans. +
8:00 p. m.Evening Worship 8:00 pm.Woman's Society1st power but by my spirit, saith the Boynton of Canal Point.
,;:' WEDNDESDAY: Tuesday2nd Lord of hosts." Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Jermgan of
:. '.. 7:30 p. .-Midweek Prayer ,MONDAY: ---- '_r.CLASSIFIED.----- James (Bubber) Bryant of Pel- Clewiston were Sunday afternoon
g.- Service % 7:80 p. .-Esther Class meeting ADS ican, Lake left Monday for a vacation guests of Mr. and Mrs. C. G. Co-
i. 2nd and 4th TUESDAYS: WEDNESDAY: PAY BIG DIVIDENDS' with relatives in Alabama burn of Port Mayaca.

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,Y Teenagers Name DANCE TONIGHT 1 Draa Dulaney FAMILY REUNIONA
.ti I New Businesses family reunion picnic was held :.
.: Their Officers The Pahokee_ Youth Center, Ine*I Sunday on the lawn at the home of

'will hold a dance at the center tonight -i Gain In FloridaThe chosen Friday for Sept.the 1st marriage is the of Miss date Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Wilson of Ca-
nal Point. Guests included Mr. and
The 4-H club held their first :
: at 8:00 p. m. The music will ; Saundra Irene Draa and Philip Allen -
" meeting at the home of Mrs. Elmer Mrs. Jack Wilson of Canal Point; f
be furnished by the Rockin Braves Dulany, according to announcement -
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busi-
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Thursday July
f incorporating new
I of Okeechobee. Admission is 35c of her parents Mr. and Mrs. Orlando and Mr. and Mrs. Earl I
from 10 a. m. to 2 p. m. nesses in Florida has turned upward ;
I for members and 50c for nonmembers H. V. Draa. >*:. Wilson and family; Mr. and Mrs. i
;1 Election, of officer's as follows: again, passing the thousand will ..
The take at
place
wedding
. .-" President-Sharon Johnson; Vice and semiformaldress .is re mark in both May and June of this Methodist Church Merle WJlson and families; Mr. I
Community ,
C' .' President .- Janette Harrington; quested. year, the Florida State Chamber of and Mrs. Francis Wilson and family -
f .. Belle Glade, 7:30 p. m, and the Wilson all of
Secretary-J-Dorothy Paige.. Commerce said : and Miss, Sadie ,
yesterday.
pastor Reverend Lee D. Rustin will I
r The name will be, "The Canal I Stork- Shower-- For- "Not since) December of last officiate at the double ring cere- Miami. .
( Point Teenagers". year, which tallied 1,028 new incorporations I
t cYt 'T... i j Mrs. Kenneth SandsA has this mark been mony. : Shower To Honor I

\ NO LIONS PROGRAM passed The monthly average last
I Sandra UpthegroveMiss
James W. Vann of 'the Pahokee stork shower was held for Mrs. year stood at 975 new incorpora- MONTICELLO VISITORSMrs. I

". Lions Club was guest at the Mon- Kenneth,Sands at the home of Miss tions, somewhat below the 1959 Kenneth Cooksey"and eons, Sandra Upthegrove, bride- I
Ken and Jim of Monticello arrived
" day evening meeting of the Canal, Dorothy Hatton Thursday night at average of 1,056 but considerablybetter -
Fredrick Cantrell
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elect of Howard
in Point for
L I' Point Lions Club. Harlan Sears' 8:00 p. m. The hostesses were Mra. than in 1958 Canal yesterday I
r.. presided over the short business Morgan Tyson, Mrs. Lynn Norman, "The first six months of this several days visit with her mother will be honored with a miscellaneous -

F session, due to the illness of J. G. Miss Dorothy Hatton, Miss Suzanne year showed-a total of 5,542 incorp- and brother Mrs. J. S. Harrington, calling shower Monday, August -
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. -- Weeks, present. Due to vacations, Morgan, Miss Penhy Sasser, orations, 13 per cent below 1960. Sr., and Donald Harrington of 7th, in the old Methodist Par-

1 no program had been .planned .for Miss Sandra Lamp, Mrs. F. E. June, however, was only 3 percent Port Mayaca. They will b accom- sonage from 7:30 until 9:00 p. m.
: this meeting. Gillis, and Mrs. J. V. Thomas. down, a decided improvement over panied home Saturday by her dau- Hostesses are: Mesdames Pope

I II' monthly drops of from 15 to 20 per ghter, little Miss Catherine Cook- Sears, H. H. Sears, Boyd Vorhees,
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six weeks visit
""' cent early this year. sey following a T. W. Ennis, W. K. Buchanan, J.

"Off-setting the number of new-I with her grandmother. H. Miller, W. E. Blackwell.
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P. ly established firms in the state, I I
failing firms through June R. H. Hewell returned home Sat Mr. and Mrs. Bill Unwin of Pa-

ed 527, half as many numbel'.1 urday from Everglades, Memorial I hokee left Saturday for a two

the same period of 1960, Hospital where he had been a pat- weeks vacation in north Florida,

Bradstreet.to reports compiled by Dun and lent for several days.. I I I Alabama and, Arkansas.


"Current liabilities.of the failing t

firms totaled $22,666,000 through

June, a gain of 43 per cent over j
, Thinking About ?
S 1960. In June liabilities dropped 12 Building

per cent below 1960 for the first .
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T "Florida accounted for 5.8 percent For Free Estimates, Call -
of the new firms established

in the nation during the. first six

t., < months of this year; for 5.9 per
.. WILEY TILLISGeneral
. '. cent of the failing firms and for 4.11(
per cent of the liabilities. Thestate's
k proportion of new firms was I Building ContractorBox

a little lower and the failure slightly

. ;I iiiI higher than at this time last' :? 54 PAHOKEE Ph. 7127

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$&F his Hazel fo++lll lilt I I M H M I I I I I H-H"H"H"f i III 11111 11111 t">
& daughter, returned Sunday -
: CONCRETE I evening following a weekend Ji

Tallahassee. visiting his wife, THEATRES

MASONRY son-in-law and daughter Mr. and I
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PRINCE LAKE DRIVE-IN
, granddaughter. Mrs. Sheppard remained -
in Tallahassee, where she
Pahokee Pahokee-Belle Glade Road
has been a visitor for the past ten
WILl EUH.D AN ATTRACTIVE OUTDOOR PATti I days.IN - -

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You can attam complete privacy relaxation THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE SUNDAY -'MONDAYTUESDA: *

:.. in your own back yard by adding on that patio FLORIDA FIFTEENTH, IN JUDICIAL AND FOR, PALM CIRCUIT BEACH OF SUNDAYMONDAYTUESDAYAUGUST, AUGUST 6-7-8
and fence you've wanted so long-and the material COUNTY 6-7-8

to use is CONCRETE MASONRY throughout! WILLIE IN PAYE CHANCERY BUSH 61C1272D: "TARZANTHE'All

Concrete blocks for terraces, walks and walls pro- vs-Plaintiff : Hands On Deck' MAGNIFICENT"GORDON
vide the modern, inexpensive, durable and truly. JOHN ELVIE BUSH. ::
in outdoor scheme. DefendantNOTICE : SCOTT AND
beauty
rugged so necessary your
For block made Stearns I OF SUIT PAT BOONE, BUDDY HACKETT JOCK MAHONEY
quality precision on TO: JOHN ELVIE BUSH ADDRESS
equipment see us today. UNKNOWN You : notified DENNIS O'KEEFE AND -ALSO--
are hereby that WilliePaye
: I Bush has filed a Bill of Complaint 'Five Branded Women'
BARBARA EDEN
against you for divorce and you are
: FOR OUTDOOR FUN-RELAX IN THE SH required to serve a copy of your answer I
to the complaint on the Plaintiff's Ml I I1 i ''M''ill''VIM- I--'! -H.II..H.-. .. ..{ 1 i I H"MHHI I I lllllt
torney Thadd Whiddcn P. O. Box At-I
Pahokee. Florida and file the
answer in the office of the Clerk of the I I I I ''I 1 I'' 1 II"H- < i I- I '><'1i"I">'l"l'-l"l"I"I"t"I**J H'<"I"I"i"I">->'M-i- I' I I )
Circuit Court of Palm Beach County.
Florida, on or. before the 14th day cf
August. 1961; if you fail so to do Judg-
ment by default will be taken againstyou
for the relief. demanded in the com-
plaint. ,
DATED this 12 day of July. 1961.
'" J. ALEX ARNETTE
Clerk of Circuit Court
(Circuit Court Seal)
1 By J. M. BLACKBURN,
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.. PAHOKEE, FLA. BELLE GLADE, FLA. Deputy Clerk
". Publish July 14. 21, 28. Aug. 4. 1961.
[ PHONE 7185 PHONEWT 6-5249 Thadd Whidden .r
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