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Title: The Everglades news
Alternate title: Belle Glade news
Alternate Title: News
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Everglades News Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Canal Point Palm Beach County Fla
Creation Date: August 11, 1961
Publication Date: -1967
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Canal Point (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Belle Glade (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Palm Beach County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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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 )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1924.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 44, no. 30 (Sept. 29, 1967).
General Note: Editor: Howard Sharp, <1924-1928>.
General Note: Publisher: Louis S. Goolsby, <1929>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 37 (Nov. 21, 1924).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Succeeded by: Glades observer
Succeeded by: Everglades observer

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August 11, E961 PUBLISHED WEEKLY IN CANAL POINT BY PAUL RARDIN

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'Time Is Tax Roll Handed To Former Resident flit

I. County Orders Emergency [ Vacation o County Commission i

I Here Once More At Heads W. Hosp.
County Tax Assessor Edgar W.
I Maxwell presented his final I
Shelters Stocked With version
Everglades News of the Palm Beach County tax Harold E. Wetzel assumed the I
roll this week to the County Com- duties of administrator of the Palm

" mission. The total taxable valua Beach General Hospital, Lake ,
The entire force at The EVer- I
., Food By Civil tion is $850,059,569, about two mil- Worth on Monday, July 31. He is a
News office will be
Defense glades on vaca-
lion dollars less than anticipated former administrator of Everglades -
tion by the time this issue of the earlier ,him. I I
by Memorial Hospital in Pa- '
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reaches. you. We intend to
\ paper Maxwell said the reduction came bokee:and has a host of friends in
t"" County Commissioners this week Law Explained fish, visit friends and,relatives ani about through an overall reductionof the Glades.,
1\1t" authorized Civil Defense Director take it easy,in general for a couplt
r four million dollars, in the as- Wetzel was unahimously selectedon
Juvenile Court
t. of weeks. You will be
Co. Ellis F.Altman to proceed with receivingyour ,
sessments on railroad and tele- July:1 by the board of directorsof
} identifying and stocking fallout papers regularly. They may graph property. About half of this, the- hospital following weeks of
shelters throughout Palm Beach The newly-created Juvenile not have as much local,news as
however made in equalizing -
I was up : screening and interviewing of experienced -
\ Court must operate within the city usual but we'll make for it when !
I County in case of a national emer- up other properties on the rolll, hospital administratorsfrom
r gency. limits of the county seat, West we return from vacation We'll be
Maxwell, added. all'sections of the country.Mr. .
Palm Beach, County Commissioners back on the job August 23.
Altman told the board cost of the
The total with $943- Worth
compares Wetzel goes to Lake
learned this week. That's the -
program was included in the national 585,610: valuation for
property from Tallahassee where he has
; budget allotted last week by opinion of Attorney Gen. Richard Week End DancesAt 1960. County Comptroller J. P. Ic- been the hospital consultant of the
President Kennedy. The county'sprogram Ervin as read to the commissionby
ard'said the difference would not I Hospital Construction Departmentof
i would cost local taxpayers County Attorney Harry A. appreciably affect the millage tentatively the Florida Development Com
(' nothing, he said. He also submitted Johnston.The outh'Center commission at mission. I
set by the Previous to that he has
i' a detailed'report of CD's opinion puts a kink -in commissioner's 6.87. been administrator of hospitals in 4 I
plans to house the entire
educational
which is
program both Alabama and Florida f
court at Palm Beach International The Board of Directors, of the -
E It sponsored and paid for by the state I Early training and experience included
I' Board of Education. I Airport where plenty of Pahokee Youth Center, Inc., votedto
attendance at
PennsylvaniaState
space available.. However, Er- resume the weekend dances at
Revealed in the report: 54 Civil Funeral Services University and the Universityof
"; vin's opinion stated that officesof the center. The dances had been
Defense classes
now being
are
/ Alabama where he received his
conducted by the state board !n the court's counsellors may be discontinued following a violationof
I degree in industrial engineering.
r- Palm Beach County; :,546 persons housed outside the county selt. the center's rules of conduct. For Bill MyersFuneral Upon retirement as a lieutenant
Commissioners decided to study The board made this decision aftera
I have graduated from these courses
colonel from the Corps of Engin-
I including 128 law enforcement officers the matter' further with County large group of, teenagers peit- services held at neers of the U. S. Army in 1947, I
Judge Paul Douglas and with Chief were
who studied radiological in- tioned that the dances be resumedand Wetzel extended his educaiton and
Counselor Alton Murray. promising to assist in keeping 3:00 p. m., Tuesday at the Will-
t' strum en ts; 31 privately-owned f'LaSt'Rit.- obtained his degree in Commerceand
; fallout! 'shelters are under construc- order. iams-Wetherington Funeral Home Business Administration, from*
>a ..- -> tionV'and 81 homes-have been surwveyed s'' Held' The' dances> will"be, ,held' alter. for William Burghess Myers vof the University Alabama, He .,. -, t.t j
as ,to their adaptability to nately on7 Friday and Saturday Canal Point. Mr. Myers, 71,. died completed post-graduate work at$ .
providing fallout shelter.In nights, through the remainder of at his home Sunday afternoon. He the School of Hygiene, University
other business the commis- Harry Sheppard the summer, with the Rockin' had made his home in Canal Point of Toronto, Toronto, Canada, re-
sion learned from County Agent Braves"of Okeechobee. furnishing;: for 20 years, coming here from ceiving his Master of Hospital Administration 1
>i:. U. (Red) Mounts that Asst., the music. Proceeds from the small Tennessee. He was a retired cropharvester degree in 1951.
I I Funeral services for Harry Lee admission charge will go to purchase .
County Agent John Causey has'been and a veteran of World -
made an Associate County Sheppard, Sn, 53, of Pahokee were I new; games and equipmentfor War I.Survivor's.
Agent. Mounts pointed out that held yesterday ,afternoon ,at 3:00p. the centers according to Bill include his widow, Major Industry .

Causey is now one of seven associ- m.. at the Williams-Wethering- Martin, recreational- director. Mrs. Betty C. Myers, Canal Point Applied To Sugar -
ate agents in the state. Mounts 'ton Chapel with Rev. James L. three,sons, Kenneth, LeRoy, and
said that Causey had been an assistant Merrell, pastor of Loxahatchee 5,309 Folks Draw I Ray all of Maryvjlle, Tenn.; one FORT LAUDERDALE Doyle

agent for 12 years in Florida :- Baptist, Church officiating. State Welfare Aid I daughter' ;Mrs. Maynard Hughes, Conner, Florida's Secretary of Ag-
,and commended' him for his Cpcoa three brothers, Clarence,
Mr. Sheppard died suddenly at ; riculture, says he is negotiating to
outstanding work in Palm Beach work Monday of a heart attack. He I Madison Tenn.; James, :Maryville; make sugar growing a "major in
County. had been a resident of Pahokee for Thomas, Penick, Chairman of I Leonard, Richmond, Ind.; three dustry" of the state.

The board also hear County Atty. the past 45 years. He was employed District Welfare Board of the I' sisters, Mrs. Fred Harris, Mrs. Addressing the eighth annual
Harry A. Johnston recite, parts of at the Glades cattle market.He State Department of Public Welfare Eulis Harris, both of Maryville, and Florida Farm Labor Conference,
a new law which places the issuingof is survived by his widow, reported ,that in Palm Beach 1 Mrs. Frank Harris, Madison. Conner said the plan is to fill partof
fireworks permits under the Mrs. Pearl Sheppard, Pahokee; County 5,309 persons were assisted Pallbearers were G. L. Lanham, the "sugar gap" which was open-
commission rather than under the two sons, Thomas, U. S., Navy, in the four categories of public I. George Smith, H. G. Rodgers,'Pope ed when Cuba's sugar quota' was
sheriff for areas outside of mu- Harry Lee, Jr., Vero Beach; three assistance for the month of July, Sears, Charles Barfield and Ray taken away by President Eisen
nicipalities. daughters. :Mrs. Harry Johnson. 1961. I Hawk, Sr. Burial was in Port May- hower. He said the goal for Floridais
Condemnation of certain right- Sanford, Mrs. Joanne Weeks and A total of 1,838 persons received I ,aca,Cemetery. to produce 500,000 tons of sugar I
of-way for U. S. 1 in Hypoluxonot Miss Patsy Sheppard, both of Lake Old Age Assistance in the amountof I Out of town relatives and friends a year. The state produces only
"yet obtained by the county was Worth. 86330.: 91 persons received Aid:I attending the funeral were: Mr. 200,000 tons annually now.
ordered this week by the County *' Interment was in ,Port Mayaca to the Blind totaling $5,503.. '817 and Mrs. Maynard Hughes and Conner urged all Florida, farmers .
-. : : Commision.. Board: members said Cemetery.Pall bearers were: S.' L- families representing 2,512 children family Cocoa, Florida; Mr. and to go' into, the sugar-growing
: that the State Road Dept. was go-' Lindsay! C. Sims:George Young, received' Aid'to Dependent I II Mrs. Ray Myers and,.family, Mary- business and he noted ;that the
ing'to let a contract for the four- George Johnson Ed' Spooner andI Children in the ,amount of $51,206.! ville, Tenn.; Mr. and Mrs. Leroy state, biggest producer U. S.
laning project but indicated the I Gene Butler. I 240 persons received Aid to the 1 Myers and family, Alcoa, Tenn.; Sugar Corporation of Clewiston,
entire project might be cancelled if :I Disabled in the amount of $13,342 i t Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Myers and has a. big expansion plan already,
all the right-of-way was not ob Helen In addition 284 children received 'family, Maryville.. Tenn.; Mrs.Liles underway. .
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Commissioner Lake Lytal ,said I Receive DegreeTALLAHASSEEFlorida ,whom were in foster homes. The Harris and family, both from Mad- Girl Scouts AreAtCampWelaka
that the town had abandoned a total state and local cost for these isonville, Tenn.; Mrs. Clarence j
certain cove at the north end of State child welfare services was $10- Wallace, Mentor, Tenn.; Mrs.
its limits to the adjoining property University today announced; the 113.71. Charlie Lee, Harriman Tenn.;Mrs. ,
owners in order to prevent 'use of candidates for degrees in com There were 4 adoption petitions R. J. Harris, Jr., Madisonville, Four Pahokee Girl Scouts, Cecilia -
the land for U. S.::1 He added that mencement ceremonies to be held studied for the Circuit Court. Tenn.; and Burl Harris, Mentor, Brower Alice Johnson, Prin-
the town also has refused- to grant i Westcott Auditorium at 3 p. m. These are children placed in homes Tenn. cie Pennington and Ethel Johnsonare
drainage easements the outfall Saturday Aug. 12. Candidates independent of service through a Ronald Wallace, Mentor, Tenn.; attending; the third and last
system along streets leading to the presently on the list include: licensed child placing agency, and Mrs. Raymond Sneed, Madison two-week camping session for the

.cove. Canal Point Helen, Sheppard the Welfare Board is responsible ville, Tenn.; Mr. and Mrs. JamesC. summer at Camp Welaka, the
The commission authorized con- DeLeon, BS, ed. according to law to make these reports Sims and Mr. and Mrs. Russell Palm-Glades Girl Scout Council's:
demnation to prevent possible can- Belle Glade :Mabel Roberta to the" ourt. Sims of Lake Worth, Fla.; Mr. and camp near Jupiter. Mrs. E. C.
cellation of the project? from, the (Wiley) Lutz :MS. Palm Beach County 'Is also rep- Mrs. J. M. Cox, Miami, Fla.; Mr. Johnson leader of Pahokee Senior
SRD's list of priority. jobs. .c. resented on the District: 10 Welfare and Mrs. Julian Snyder and Mr. Girl Scout Troop 38, is serving as
Mr. and Mrs. R.W. Watson;,also Board by the Reverend Paul M and bust J. B. Snyder, Sr., of Tampa camp nurse at Welaka this sum-
Carol Mae Hatton returned re- Paul Sasser and his daughter Pen- Cassen Mrs. Helen R. Tedder Mrs. mer.
cently from a visit with relatives ny, all of Pahokee, are in Gatlin- Helen D. Woodward of West Palm Mr. and Mrs. H.Simmons, and .-i .m mtm
,hi Kentucky. Her: brother, Roger. berg, Tennessee, this week to attend '- Beach and :Mrs. Doris Sasser of Mr.and Mrs.Rannon Simmons and Mr. and Mrs. Earl Maxson are
also has returned home from the: the J. M. Sasser family reunion Pahokee. family, Tampa; Mr. and Mrs. H. C. spending today at.Mount Verde
Darlington School In- Rome, Ga. The Watson's who left Sat- Sims -Tampa; Fla.; Mrs. Ronnie where they will pick up their eon,
.They are the 'daughter and son 6iMr. urday, planned.to.visit with relatives Mrs. Ruby Smith is a patient in Huison. Kershaw; S. C.; W. O. Michael who has been attending
r .' and Mrs., Robert' C. Hattea of of ,Mr. Wa son enroute to Saint Marys hospital f West Pats. Green West- Palm Beach; and Mrs: schoet there for the past weed '

.Pahokee, and from Tennessee. Beach. Estelle: Flemming,- Wniistoa, Fla. :. elght'weehs. .

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THE LAKE OKEECHOBEE REGION HOME OF


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Serving the Lake Okeechobee Farming Region Without

Interruption Every Week for More Than-30 Years

Established March 11. 192 Published Every Friday

I Subaaip loa Price '$2.00 Year In AdvanceThe

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.Paul Hardin -, Owner, Editor, Publisher


Flood Control l Program Enhances axm "


12dO( Square Mile Area In Florida



WEST' PALM BEACHj The stream' to Lake Okeechobee. Con-

1,200-square-mile Caloosahatchee struction of additional sections, cf

River Basin between Lake 'Okee- the project will be started as soon

chobee and the Gulf of.Mexicowill as the: rights of way along ,the

: reap benefits ,of nearly $2,,million River .are I acquired and funds are Johnson at Gold Head Branch State Park lures vacationers to enjoy swimming, boating and

per year front $36 million:food made ,available by State and Fed- picnicking in a tranquil setting of slash pines and hardwood,forest. An inviting ravine reached by stairways -

controLprogram now underway'in eral government.When leads to the branch where an old mill once stood. Nature, ,trails take hikers into remote areas
the River. This was;announced: the Caloosahatchee project where wild life can be seen in its natural habitat. ,An ideal family retreat the park has camping facili-
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1 day..by Robert R. Homer of, Palm .is finished it will provide'flood ties and 14. cabins for rent Gold Head,Branch, located 40 miles southwest of Jacksonville, is one of
i Beach, Vice ,Chairman,of. the.Governing control benefits to areas even be- 22 st.ate parks scattered throughout Florida. -
,Board of the Central and I yond the River basin. FCD officials
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Southern Florida Flood Control point out that when the improved I -- - ( ,

District. river is not utilized to,full capacityin

'::11 Mr. Horner said that dredging draining the CaloosahatcheeBasin ; ;

i begun this month in ,the River a it will serve as a more de- F
I few miles above Fort Myers iathe pendable outlet for discharge of
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first_step in a., giant ,construction excess waters from Lake Okecho- ".. V r"

program to widen and deepen. the bee. This will be an.impOrtant factor l ; :;:
/ Caloosahatchee for .52.8" miles between in enabling the Army Corps of : '

,Fort Myers and Lake Okee. Engineers to regulate the Lake 1mQ\aU r..61\\\, )..:
chobee. The ,first step includes more safely and to maintain a -
dredging of an eight-mile stretch higher level of water storage in the
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':Myers to Olga Bridge. A contract storage capacity in the Lake will .

for 41,783.000 for this, ;work*,was mean better flood control and also :.-:: :;:;
.. awarded to Great Lakes Dredging more water for irrigation in both -:=.,. I
Company.The the Caloosahatchee Basin and the w\ -\.. -

overall project will '''include agricultural areas of Palm :r wr +r\- r .

I Beach County south of the Lake.
construction of a new spillway in SPARE ROOMS for rent? If"you BUY AND SELL real estate with SUBSCRIPTIONS are due if your

the River some ten miles above1' ,have, one get,in touch with this confidence thru Bill J. Bailey f>r name label shows you to be in
Fort-Myers. This structure will ,be I Justice' RobertsOn newspaper and insert a $1 classified C. A. Bailey. Belle Glade. arrear on payment. Send along
equipped with a lock designed to : Judicial ad. It will get results. All ads that $2.00 payment now and we
maintain existing navigation dep- Council i payable in advance.The EvergladesNews VACATION TIME is just around will continue to send you this great

th. The spillway at Ortona, ten Canal Point, Fla. the corner. Before you take off, palladium of the family fireside.
miles downstream from Lake Okee- 'TALLAHASSEE-=-Chief JusticeB. how about dropping a check for The Everglades News, Canal Point
;1 chobee, will be modified and a new K. Roberts of the Florida Supreme SAMPLE COPIES of last week's $2.00 in the mail for your subscription Fla. -

spillway will be constructed at Court has been appointed by editionof\ The Everglades News to The Everglades News Canal .

:Moore Haven on the Lake. No improvements Governor Farris Bryant to serve as were mailed in. Canal Point and Point, Fla. APARTMENTS are needed by
or changes will be chairman of the Florida. Judicial. new subscriptions will ,be welcome many folks coming into this area
made to the existing locks at Or- Council. ed this week. Just $2.00 for a.yearwill GOOD BUY! Corner lot 100 x 133 to earn a living., Do you have one

tona and Moore. Haven. Justice Roberts succeeds Justice keep you informed of happn-, ,in.Belle Glade. C. A. Bailey/Real for rent? Tell them and the world
Estate. Phone WY 6-3084 Belle classified ad in these '
through a $1
The total project will be ,dis- Stephen C. O'Connell who resigned ings.in .this area.
Glade. columns. Send descriptionof
cussed.by the FCD Board with citizens after the last session of the legis along a
ABOUT 600 ACRES for sale, the apartment and a $1 bill,and
at a public meeting July 27th lature when judicial reforms recommended -
partly !improved with poor road PASTURE FOR .SALE. Farm we'll do the rest. The Everglades ,I
at LaBelle.Mr by the council were re-
jected. to jit. $125: per acre, See, call ur land. Acreage. Business loca News. Canal..,j Point,.Fla., .... fl' ,I
Horner emphasized that im- write, Bill,J,,Bailey or C.:A..Bailey, tions., See, Bill J. Bailey -or C. A.
The council was created several FOB SALE!New and used Willy
provement of the Caloosahatcheeis -
Belle Glade, Fla., Phone WY Bailey, Real Estate. Belle Glade .
a major step in the District years ago to study recommend. 63084. FlaI Jeeps. ,Walter 'Ashley's: Garag
overall flood control program.: ways of speeding up the processesof \ in Belle Glade Phone 3058. ':ttr
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However it is justice hi Florida. It has been Oct. 17-64-ch.
not a navigation project ranks 18th in this respect now and i
:s8Jd.BenefitS the target of several unsuccessful '
he .
State Coast Line was at 28th spot in 1960. Florida FOR BENT: Large house 2 bedrooms -
from the Caloosahatchee i attempts by legislature to abolishit.
counties range from 1,419 persons porch can make 3rd bed-
project will' include a reduction ofnearly I In 'Second Place per square mile in PineUas 4 per-: room, Evie Keen, Phone 7350, Ca-
90 cent in flood lam- i
per f. sons in Liberty. Fifteen, counties nal Point, ,Fla. Itc
'ages with a resultant 'saving ofapproxituately Tax Revenue. Is; I stand above 100 persons per square -
a million dollars a In .mile.
in the river basin.. Secon- Above Last Year I measuring. Florida .againstthe -"The Negro population of the
year big other 1- states geographically I Today 74 per cent of the state's 880,186) is
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ly the FCD estimates theproject and populaticn-wise records were i population lives in cities, compared: in numbers but
should reduce drought damages in TALLAHASSEE Motor VeMcle both won and lost by the state during :- i with 66 per cent in1950. Only twootherr cent of total.The porportion, dropping stands per :
the area by more than.J230OOO per Commissioner Arch Living- the past two years the Florida states.gradas great a growthin ,
17.9 cent and 21.7
3 year. In addition,,:'the:':neyvv I floqi! ston says Florida automobile tag State Chamber of Commerce said urban population. Although at per now. was
control works should make possiblehigher revenue for the first six months of yesterday. Florida's rural per: cent in 1950, Only one other 4
I population gained .had .
There
state higher drop. )are
type ruse'of land -'for" example 1961. is running slightly more_ than "For example, Florida's 8,426 i 35 per cent and urban population in Florida and ,
,the planting of improved $1 million.ahead of the same period 2,504'Indians 4,989
mile coastline was, second to none grew three times faster, 45 of thestate's 'of other-races.." r
pasture or crops on land that' is I last yean: until the admission of Alaska in I ,counties now have a 'great persons ... .
now frequently: flooded.- ;d bene-I Livingston reported licenses have 1959 with a shoreline four times as er rural than urban population because .i
tit*'should amount to' #;more than i been sold for 2,524,232 vehicles for long. That same year, Hawaii topped I of ,heavy concentrations in One !group! Buys .

$500,000 per year.-Thus,'Mr. Homer -I total receipts of $48920349.: .,If the Florida as the southernmoststate. I the other 22 counties. i iI Moore{} Haven Land '
the total annual"benefits collection increaseIs 1
explained; present revenue "The median
: : I age of Floridians i ,. '..
: from the Caloosahatchee Rirer I any indication, he',said, the 1961 "In total land area. Florida's is 31.2 years only a fraction above MQORE HAVEN Approximately

project should approach' .$2 'min-i increase will probably be around 54,252 square miles rank the state I the 1950 figure. The national average 45 per cent of the total land

ion. I five per cent. second,east of the Mississippi River is 29.5 yearss, :The state ranks i iI area of Moore Haven, in the heartof J
Residents of the Fort Myers-area I Sales'I increased 13 per cent in and 26th in the nation. Inland I fourth in its 11,per,cent of persons I II Florida's; Everglades?, has, ,been 1
will be assured'of, increased domestic 1955 for an all-time high and increased water makes up an additional 4,308 65. years or plder. Nationally olds purchased by,an, investment group .f

water supply'since the spillway five pet..cent. .. hi 1960. square,miles of FJo da.8,area, with I ters make' up 9 per cent' of total!, and,will le ,offered for ,resale. '.. ..I
and lock/near Olga will main, only two states (Texas and Alaska) population. Among the. 53 Florida property all within:the,corporatelimits ; :
tarn a head of fresh water within Mrs: Ruben Barfield-of Pahokeeis having more."Population. cities with populations of 10,000 or of,the city, was sold by

10. miles of the city. .still confined to the Everglades density 'in Florida I I moreL 22 ,have dropped in median The Keyes Company, Realtors,.jot I
The initial eight: miles of'' construction Memorial Hospital, where she has soared as a result of its position age. 'since ;1950, ', Miami _to an unnamed purchaser 1:
will,be'completed: early been a patient for the past week. the fastest growing state in the nation "Women outnumber.men in Florida :: tuated' on Lake ,Okeechobee \

:;1963, then.FCD. I estimates. '. At Mrs., Barfeld suffered a slipped ,during the past ten years but .in rural areas,.the reverseis _Moore, .Haven, ,is known,as one,of '- t\
preaemVFCD representatives are I j disc when their car was sideswiped There are 91 Floridians per square true. Families: average 3J.1 persons the country's 'top fresh-water fish -
busy acquiring rights of way along I by.:another ,in Stu rfVhne theI mile livi < '
r n the state now compared slightly lower than the national ing spots and is a prime winter
she. River from Olga Bridge up-I Barfields were on vacaton. with 51 nationally. The state average. vegetable growing center. .


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Four. The Erergladei News, Canal.Point, Florid Friday. August 11, 1961
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v- New Varieties. submit requests to that office no V .

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Bermuda Grass'GAINESVILtETwo' vide sufficient and certification time for of the proposed Inspection (r I

------ sites the
before
P planting grassesare
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This week, Mr. and Mrs. S. S. Mr.. and Mrs. Prentice Turbeville' released.
[ .
; Mr. and Mrs. S. S.. Scruggs, Jr., new varieties -
Scruggs, Sr., of Runyon, will have have returned home.after a weeks I of bermuda which The cost to the grower will be !
of Lake Wales (former residents of grass
. as their houseguests their son-in- I visit with relatives in Dublin, Ga. $15 per yard according to Jesse K
Pahokee) announce the birth of
a have been tested by the Agricultural -
L law and daughter, Mr. and :Mrs. J. I I Condo, director of the Division's \v
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Thompson 9 pound liOn,. born August 4th in '
s E. Clark of Leavittown, N,. !. Experiment Station here will Turfgrass Certification Program. .
have returned to their home,in Pa- Wnter? Haven Hospital. The S. S. i
i be released on' September 5 to Condo declared that the
Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Scruggs of hokee after ,spending their vacation -' Scruggs, Sr., of Runyon are the grasses I
Florida sod growers for foundation be mailed to
can un-
; any grower I
; Canal Point left Sunday for a va- in Silva, N. C. paternal grandparents.
I i planting.x able to pick up the stock on' Sep- !
cation in Crawfordville where they '
; Mr. and Mrs. Lester Hand at- .: The ExperimentStation: made its tember 5. The grass will be cut and

_' will be joined by Mr. and Mrs. H. tended the wedding of Mr._ Hand's I! 1: first release of ,a certified grass packaged in time for distributionon

:' V. Scruggs of Macon, Ga. Before niece in West Palm Beach Satur- Mrs. Lory Reynolds two years ago with the distribution that date he said.

: returning to ,their home, they will Honored ShowerLast of a St. Augustine variety developed -
day night. Their daughter Linda By _
visit their son-in-law and daughter
; by the Station and labeled'Floratine. -
Hand, was a bridesmaid in the .
Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Padgett I REPAIR HUT
A second release of Flora-
,, wedding. evening from 7:30 until 9:00p. (
Plans for the
and family in Gainesville and their tine repairing Boy
was made last
", son-in-law and daughter; :Mr. and I J. P. Parker is improving as a .m., Mrs.Lory Rockwell Reynoldswas Available to turf year.growers next Scout Hut in the City Park were ';

:Mrs. Alvin Garrett, of Atlanta, patient in Everglades Memorial bridal honored with a miscellaneous month: for the first time will be discussed by members of the Troop '\ 'i
calling shower held at the .
Committee of Scout 628 at
ti. Ga. in Pahokee.Mr. Troop ,
Hospital Floragreen (Everglades No. 1) an
home of Mrs. T. L. Sellers. '
at the Youth Center
Floraturf (Ormond). The latter is a meeting with J' I
-r Miss Jewell Sykes of ,Canal Point and Mrs. Leonard Maxson The hostesses included: Mrs. I recommended for the of Scoutmaster. A. (Pop) Reyn- .,

has returned from atwo weekE returned home from their vacationin Sellers, Mrs. J. M. Alderman; Mrs. "I quality olds. It was announced Troop 628 ; Jjh!

vacation in West Hollywood where Mississippi Saturday night. R. T. Smith, Mrs. L. D.,Duke, Mrs. covering its excellent quickly from sprigs color.andfor is planning a camping trip to Mineral ,}

she was the guest of her aunt Mrs. H. B. Elarbee, Mrs. M. II. Baxter bluegreen Springs near Chiefland Aug.
Mrs.Carley Rodgers,' accompanied Floragreen is a medium fine leaf E
I Mrs. Marvin Crady, Miss Linda
Mary.Magnus. II 21, the trip to include a visit *o
by her daughter Mrs. Loris Sellers variety With good color and a ten-
"" and Mrs. Harry Sheppard, Silver Springs enroute home. .
Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Dubberly from Goodbread of Montgomery, Ala- Jr. dency to grow close to the ground. .

Baxley, Ga., are the house guests,;i bama, are visiting her children in Distribution is to be made by the .. ,

this week of their son-in-law and Belle Glade; also she is visiting Mr. .J> Division of Plant Industry of the '\

daughter, :Mr. and Mrs. L. P. Vans and Mrs. H. G. Rodgers of Bryantand CLASSIFIED ADS State Department of Agriculture CLASSIFIED ADS

of Pahokee. Also visiting the Mr. and Mrs. Leavy Rodgers I PAY BIG DIVIDENDS The Division has asked that grow PAY BIG DIVIDENDS ,

Vann's is their son-in-law and of Canal Point. f
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Mr. and Mrs. Doc Mills of Paho-
: enal and family from New Smyrna I I I
I kee left Friday on a two weeks va-
Beach. I.
cation in Tennessee where they I

Mrs. C. B. Jones had as hei plan to attend Grand Ole Opry In I.I
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house guest for the past twe weeks! Nashville over the weekend. Mrs.

Mrs. C. H. Fichett of Orlando Phillip Maxson accompanied themto I I '

Florida. Atlanta where she will spend If '

Mrs. I. M. Lair and her children, family several, Mr.days and visiting Mrs.;Ken her niece Norris.and I Phone 511- Pahokee Phone WY 6-2550 Belle Glade !

Bonnie Lou and Dottie, are visit

ing her mother and other relative Mrs. Arnold Hughes of Pahokee, : SALES and SERVICE. jI f

in Luverne, Ala. Before returnlg who has been ill at her home for I a

home, Mrs. Lair will visit heij the past week, is'now 'a patient in Heating -: Air Conditioning Appliances
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brother in Detroit, Michigan.Jack i'
Everglades Memorial Hospital. t IIjJWJ.Y.1iAWjW

Waldschlager of Pahokee I ; WI I i IM.jAW VJJM4i! V.1'JM41W' ; ; :l t.\.v..1M.ifM.lflMI; :M.4j WjMli) JW. V.JJ1.YP VJ
'Saturday, W. K. (Buck) Buchanan -
returned Sunday from a visit in
left by plane for Atlantafor -
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a visit with'his son and daught-

Rickie Parker is the guest ol er-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Eugene

his aunt and uncle, Mr. and Mrs.. I Buchanan and their family.
I FREE FOREVER"
Gordon Parker in West Palm Beach -
this week. Mr. and Mrs. M. C. Carter left I be I I.I I..

1 last weekend for a month's vacation I

Mr. and Mrs. E. O. Winch cf with relatives in Ohio and Ill ...

Canal Point inois. They were' accompanied I
have returned from a '
month's vacation touring New north by their grandson, Mike Mc- from a never-ending messy chore! .
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4 York, the Carolinas'and Tennessee. Call, who has been their house- I .

guest for several weeks. .
Mrs and Mrs. Al Sykes have just I' An electric dishwashersaves :

returned from Tifton, Ga., where Johnnie Smith will return to nis .
home in Canal Point Friday from "
precious xtra hours"for fun and family -
they visited his parents and other _, .
Gainesville, Fla., where he has
relatives.Mr. '.

and Mrs. James Gibson and the been University.Mr.attending. summer school at :;::::"" '_m.jn!'!'"YWWN'in.:: .....'.'.....w..vN"'MI.. .n......... 'fG.. .. ...&.iE; ...?'.::>2 iW:>tKiZh'Don't ; :'{ ..' _


Mrs. A. R. Chastain, all of Canal and Mrs L. D. Echols and : ever wash another dish by hand! Your hands will be smoother, softer, .
Point, spent the past weekend in
daughter Betty have returned to In an ,Electric Dishwasher you can lovelier. .your kitchen tidier .-. your '.:
Salt Springs. Mr. and Mrs. Gibson I" '
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returned home Sunday night but spending their 'home three in weeks Canal with Point"friends after I I I : t"stack up dirty dishes, glasses, silvermealtimes happy times because an Electric !.

Mrs.'Chastain for ware' and 'n Simply Dishwasher ends forever the
remained a longer and relatives In Roanoke Ala. Mrs. ; even pots pans. messy I.

visit. Charles Henderson, mother of Mrs. press a button and they'll be pr -rinsed drudgery of dishwashing.And :

Robert Maxson has returned i Echols, returned with them for a and washed in water far hotter than remember, for the extra conutnUnce -

after a visit in Orlando and attend- I visit. hands can stand, then rinsed again of a dependable supply of hot water

ing a coach's retreat in'Gainesvillefor Any student interested in on- I ... and dried shining clean. The whole for all your needs, there's nothing like :

several days. campus or Glades classes for the : job is done quickly and automatically, a Flameless Electric Water Heater for

Mr. and' Mrs. Robert Meyer of Palm Beach:Junior College are urg- :. drying and alL efficiency, safety and peace of mind.

Miami were weekendguests of her ed to come to ,the Pahokee High ,

parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. V. Thomas School'office.Friday,morning, August ,- ", faster! cleaner easier modern !It'

11, between the hours, of iO
of
Pahokee. Don't delay the happy day. See the BUILT N and PORTABLE Electric DishwaMerat >
and 12 to discuss their plans with
at your electric appliance dealer and plumbing contractor. F.
Little Miss Debbie Maxson of Dr. Maynor and Dr. Graham. .
West Palm Beach is the guest of / :
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her; daddy, Robert Manson,_and her, ,.Mrs. O. H. Waldschlager and !: c

grandparents Mr. and Mrs.,!*., j: ;son; :Jack of Pahokee.were Mondayvisitors ." .
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Manson, of Canal Point. ***oV' : in Miami. ; : .
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and Mrs. J. H. Bordeaux of House guests this week of .Mr. '" .' .
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Canal Point have returned after and Mrs. F. M. Wilson of Canal ,

three weeks vacation: in -.Hot Po1n ,are:,Mr-;and Mrs.:Clifford .: 7. '
L.I I
Springs, Ark., Philadelphia Pa., Tinney and daughter Sandra,

Wilmington, N. C., and Thomas- Van Buren, Arkansas; also Mr.
I ii'n.
ville, Ga. and Mrs. John DeShazo from Van :

Buren. I I ...' : 4
Mrs Lou Lombard and daughter, washes dishes for t o';

Lisa, of Miami, returned to their Foy Sims will arrive in Canal ;
home Wednesday after having been Point Tonght for a 15 day leave -' -i % 8 people for only w _(

the guests of her parents, Mr. and after having completed 8 weeks a penny "-

Mrs. J. H. Miller. They were ac- training in Fort Jackson, S. C.Mr. ..,. 'lf

companied home by Miss Dianne
and Mrs. J. T. Platt had as .;,'..
Hollon, who will visit with them '
weekend guests their daughtersand
for several days.
son-in-laws and families, Mr. .

Rev. and' Mrs. Frank Bledsoe and Mrs. R. B. Chastain' and I

and daughter Elaine returned to daughter Debbie of Miami, also

Lieutenant 'and Mrs. A. W. Scheil,
their home In Birmingham Monday .
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after being the guests of Mr. and Jr. and daughter Connie of Cape ,

Mrs. G. T. Echols of Canal Point. Canaveral. :;r
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Rev. Bledsoe filled the pulpit cf
I The home of Mrs. Elmer Maxson ?-. ., t
the Canal Point Baptist Church for
was the scene of a meeting of the .
'two weeks during the absence of I I
4-H Club at Canal If
newly organized ,
Rev. C. D. Stewart. ,
the
pastor ,
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Point, made up of teenage girls. l : Maw ldme less.M run tt?
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Dr. and Mrs. F. H. Poteete are I Officers for the coming. year were ....................... f<
visiting his parents in Mississippi elected; Sharon Johnson, preai- If.,
L O R I 0 A P O W E R 4 L 1 6 N 1 C O M P ai' \ .
They will be accompanied home by ; dent: Janette Harrington vice- .

:their daughters, who. have been t president; and Dorothy.Paige,'sec r Hltl"NG aorta "Olf'DA t .,!,':-
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Four The Everglades News, Canal,Point, Florida, Friday August II, 1961
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NEWS
: PERSONAL NOTES later than August 15. This will pro-

: Bermuda Grass.GAINESVILLETwo vide sufficient time for the inspect
tion and certification of proposed

'11.. 1" planting sites before the grassesare
''
This week, Mr. and Mrs. S. S. Mr: and Mrs. Prentice Turbeville'have released.
I Mr. and Mrs. S. S. Scruggs, Jr., new varieties -
Scruggs, Sr., of Runyon, will have returned home.after weeks. of Lake Wales '(former residents of of bermuda grass which The cost to the grower will be
as their houseguests their son-in-, visit with relatives in Dublin, Ga. $15 per yard according to Jesse K.
Pahokee) the birth of
announce a have been
I the
tested by Agricultural -
law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. J. I Condo. director of the Division's
Mr and Mrs. Frank Thompsonhave 9 pound'son,. born August 4th-in
Experiment Station here will
E. Clark of Leavittown, 'N.J. II Certification
returned to their home in Pa- Wnter Haven Hospital. The S. S. Turfgrass Program.
be released on September 5 to Condo declared that the
Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Scruggs of hokee after spending their vacation -' Scruggs, Sr.,.of Runyon are the grassescan
1 Florida sod growers for foundation. be mailed to unable -
any grower
Canal Point 'left Sunday for a va- in Silva, N. C. paternal grandparents.
II I planting.x to pick up the stock on' Sep-
Crawfordville where they
cation in
.
Mr. and Mrs. Lester Hand at- The Experiment Station made its tember 5.The grass will be cut and
will be jpined Mr. and Mrs. H.
by
I tended the wedding of Mr. Hand's first release of ,a certified grass packaged in time for distribution
Ga. Before Mrs. Lory Reynolds
V. Scruggs of Macon,
niece in West Palm Beach Satur- two years ago with the distributionof on that date, he said.
returning to their home, they will Linda Honored By ShowerLast a St. Augustine variety developed .
visit their son-in-law and daughter day night. Their daughter," .
r by the Station and labeled'Floratine.
Hand, was a bridesmaid in the -
and Mrs. Calvin Padgett REPAIR HUT
Mr. I
A second release of Flora-
wedding. 7:30
from until 9:00p.
'I evening :
Gainesville and their Plans for the
and family in repairing Boy
tine was made last
and ,Mr.. and .m., Mrs.Lory Rockwell Reynoldswas year. Scout Hut in the Park were
) son-in-law daughter; J. P. Parker is improving as a honored with miscellaneou"Ibridal Available to turf growers next City
., : Mrs. Alvin Garrett, of Atlanta, patient in Everglades Memorial shower a held month for the first time will be discussed by members of the Troop
calling at the
, Committee of Scout 628; ata
Ga. in Pahokee.Mr. Troop
:' Hospital home of Mrs. T. L. Sellers. Floragreen (Everglades No. 1) an

.f ,Miss Jewell Sykes of Canal Point and Mrs. Leonard Maxson The hostesses included: Mrs. I Floraturf (Ormond). The latter is meeting at the W.Youth A. (Pop Center) Reyn-WithScoutmaster
'T recommended for the of
has returned from a"two weekc returned home from their vacationin Sellers, Mrs. J. M. Alderman; Mrs. i quality olds. It was announced Troop 628

vacation in West Hollywood where Mississippi Saturday nightS R. T. Smith, Mrs. L. D..Duke, Mrs. 'I' covering quickly from sprigs and is planning a camping trip to Min-
for its excellent color.
she was the guest of her aunt, Mrs. H. B. Elarbee, Mrs. M. II. Baxter. I bluegreen eral Springs near Chiefland Aug.
Mrs.Carley Rodgers, accompanied Mrs. Marvin Floragreen is a medium fine leaf
Crady, Miss LindaSellers
Mary Magnus. 21 the *
include
11 trip to a visit o
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with
by her daughter, Mrs. Loris and Mrs. Harry Sheppard variety good color and a ten- Silver
-f Mr. and Mrs. A. J.Dubberly from Goodbread of Montgomery. Alabama Jr. dency to grow close to the ground. Springs enroute home. .

fi+.: Baxley Ga., are the house guests j are visiting her children in Distribution is to be made by the -- .
:--F_ :;'" this week of their son-in-law and Belle Glade; also she is visiting Mr. Division of Plant Industry of the '

, daughter, Mr. and Mrs. L. P. Vann and Mrs. H. G. Rodgers of Bryantand CLASSIFIED ADS State Department of Agriculture, OLASSIFIED ADS

., ; s'. of Pahokee. Also visiting the Mr. ,and Mrs. Leavy Rodgers I PAY BIG DIVIDENDS The Division has asked that grow- PAY BIG DIVIDENDS

. :-.. Vann's is their son-in-law and of Canal Point.

;;; ':; daughter Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Putrt. -
\ enal .and family from New Smyrna Mr. and Mrs. Doc Mills of Paho- """W" "" '''''l'I''o'il'' "''II", .''W '''(01IDlIiD: '!IT
, z kee left Friday a two weeks va-
'f .' Beach.
wf.: cation, in Tennessee where they i
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1 "- ,'i' .\! Mrs. C. B. Jones had as her plan to attend Grand Ole Opry in

:t i' > 'r house guest for the past twe weeks Nashville over the weekend. Mrs. ''tt)

i At. : ;' Mrs. C. H. Fichett of Orlando. ; Phillip Maxson accompanied themto I I

( ';/; ,. Florida. Atlanta where she will spend I;
If ,_
; :{" -w Mrs. I. :M. Lair and her children, several family, Mr.days and visiting Mrs. Ken her niece Norris.and I Phone 511- Pahokee Phone WY 6-2550 Belle Glade !F

i. Bonnie Lou and Dottie, are visiting

I '\:t1;:,' her. mother and other relatives Mrs. Arnold Hughes of Pahokee, SALES and SERVICE

i ,.;,: in Luverne, Ala.' Before returnlg who has been ill at her home for I : il

II':-- ...-;'"; home brother Mrs.in Detroit Lair will Michigan.visit heii I the past week, is'now a patient in I' Heating Air Conditioning Appliances :;:4j

I.'. Everglades Memorial Hospital. -
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i-. I JackValdschlager of Pahokee I l iM&W.J; iWiWiJ..v} sfS, IIWIM MliiWi Y'W IW.JM! MI :i t.\.V.ijiM M4fiWtM MiM4j WJ..v.Jii; WMi; i V.J'J.y>> JJ '..-..
'Saturday, W. K. (Buck) Buchanan -
t '\ returned Sunday from a visit in
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' left by plane for Atlanta
# 'r' New Orleans, La.
t : I for a visit with'his son and daught- I
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i t'..-'. Rickie Parker is the guest oi er-in-law Mr. and Mrs. Eugene :

"'l ''.'' his aunt and uncle. Mr. and Mrs. Buchanan and their family.

', : Gordon Parker in West Palm !each FREE FOREVER ::
Mr. and Mrs. M. C. Carter left I :
; ., this week. last weekend for a month's vaca- .r be I

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, Mr. and Mrs. E. O. Winch cf tion with relatives in Ohio and Ill .J.. "

, ,:-, : Canal Point have returned from a'' inois. They were accompanied .

I :t',"" month's vacation touring New I Ii north by their grandson Mike Mc- ', : from a never-ending: messy chore ; <'

i L } I York, the Carolinas'and Tennessee.I Call who has been their house-
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Johnnie Smith will return to nis ,
returned
from Tifton, Ga., where.
i I .. home in Canal Point Friday from f l. : saves precious"extra hours"forfun and family
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: 1" they visited his parents and other .
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relatives. f.
been attending summer school at _
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I. Mr. and Mrs. James Gibson and the University.Mr. Em.:: '" ,< ..h..h .. .. .. ...:;i'lli.g= ; .d : ; _

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Mrs. A. R. Chastain, all of Canal and Mrs: L. D. Echols and Don't ever wash another dish by hand! Your hands will be smoother, softer, .

.. .. Salt Point Springs., spent the Mr.past and Mrs.weekend Gibson in daughter Betty have returned to I .:. :' In an ,Electric Dishwasher you can lovelier. .your kitchen tidier. ... your "

: their home in Canal Point after stack dirty dishes, glasses, silvermealtiines happy times because an Electric
r; returned home Sunday night but spending,three weeks with friends I I up
i' Mrs.'Chastain. .remained for a'longer and relatives in Roanoke, Ala. Mrs. ware;; and even pots 'n pans. Simply Dishwasher ends forever the messy ff

:'. visit. Charles Henderson, mother of Mrs. press a button and they'll be pre-rineed; drudgery of dishwashing. :

.Robert Maxson has returned Echols, returned with them for a and washed in water far hotter than And remember, for the extra contxnence -.

.. after a visit in Orlando and attend- visit. ; hands can stand, then rinsed again ,* of a dependable supply of hot water ..
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ing a coach's retreat in Gainesville Any student interested in on- i ,. and dried shining clean. The whole for all your needs, there's nothing like .
for several
'jf. days. campus or Glades classes for the job is done quickly. and automatically, a Flameless Electric Water Heater for

Mr. and Mrs. Robert Meyer of Palm Beach Junior College are urg- : drying and alLfaster efficiency, safety and peace of mind. .
Miami were weekend,guests of her ed to come to the Pahokee High

parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. V. Thomas Schoo}'office Friday.morning, August : cleaner! easier modern! ;

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of Pahokee.
Don't _delay th. happy day. See the BUILT-JN and PORTABLE Electric Diehwaekers. :, ,
and 12 to discuss their with
plans electric dealer and contractor. :
at
your appliance plumbing f..
Little Miss Debbie Maxson of
Dr. Maynor and Dr. Graham. .
West Palm Beach is the guest of "
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three weeks vacation: in.>Hot Po1n ,are:,Mnt andM s.[OlWord'I* !I .: ',. ... V". "

Springs, Ark.,. Philadelphia, Pa., Tlnney and daughter, Sandra, from 9d

Wilmington, N. C., and Thomas- I Van Buren, Arkansas; also :Mr. a---//I "
ville, Ga. and Mrs. John DeShazo from Van
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Mrs. Lou Lombard and daughter washes dishes for :' ?

Lisa, of' Miami returned to their Foy Sims will arrive in Canal I '' .. ; 8 for only .
home Wednesday after having been Point Tonght for a 15 day leave i t people ,

the guests of her parents Mr. and after having completed 8 weeks a penny ; / ; .

Mrs. J. H. Miller. They were ac- training in Fort Jackson, S. C. f
home by Miss Dianne q 4rt +r.
companied
Mr.. and Mrs. J. T. Platt had as O A.. -
Hollon, who will visit with them ... .
weekend guests their daughtersand .
for several days.
son-in-laws and families, :Mr. .
Rev. and' Mrs. Frank Bledsoe and :Mrs. R. B. Chastain and gf-*"HH w t1||WHW*|,,g F'M*-gg\y* .f

and daughter, Elaine, returned to daughter Debbie of .Miami: also .

their home in Birmingham Monday Lieutenant'and Mrs. A. W.; Schefl. 1-;

after being the guests of Mr. and Jr. and daughter Connie of Cape 10 I!

Mrs. G. T. Echols of Canal Point. Canaveral. !

Rev. Bledsoe tilled the pulpit cf
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the Canal Point Baptist Church for
was the scene of a meeting of the
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'two weeks during the absence of I I
newly'organized 4-H Club at Canal
the pastor. Rev. C. ,D. Stewart.
1 Point made up of teenage girls. elless 7 ZPOWEI

Dr. and Mrs. F. H. Poteete are 1 OffirpTs" for the coming year were

in :Mississippi elected Sharon Johnson president -
his
visiting parents ; g A Y ,, .
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their.daughters,. who,,..'have been 1\president: and DorothyPaige,'secretary "t :f-. r' HEI.'ING BUILD FLORIDA 4 .. ;?' .

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.',.,-. M ,.-L..I I!Re Recommendations For 1"affe'cUng-CTorida'-grbwers: ,

.. F I Acreage guides are given for !
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I I Florida Commodities each crop, and in most cases, for

1 1I the fall, winter and spring growing

I I I I GAINESVILLE-Consumer for Florida vegetables will demand seasons Increased separately..acreage, compared ,

I1 be stronger during the 1961-62 sea- with last year, is recommended for )1

son than for the past season ac- lima beans snap beans.cantaloupe
: cording to the vegetable outlook cauliflower, lettuce peppers*
. committee of the Florida Agricultural squash strawberries and water-
Extension Service.
I melons. Less acreage is suggestedfor
I The committee cautions, however cabbage, endive and escarole.
4: sa that returns to growers will be
Shifts in seasonal distribution are
First Methodist The Church Of God Christian Science greatly influenced by the quantityand urged for sweet corn cucumbers

ChurcbPahokeeI Of Pahokee Canal I quality of vegetables produced eggplant and tomatoes.
> f Prophecy, -i" Group Of Point I and the timeliness of production.In Detailed information on the
the newly-released 1961-62
Rev. T. C. O'Steen Canal ,Point Road. Mankind's need for a spiritually : Acreage Marketing Guides for 1961-62 Acreage-Marketing Guides
for Florida Vegetables is available
SUNDAY: John H. Kinard, pastor meaningful set of values will be Florida Vegetables, Extension Service -
from agricultural agents.
8:45 a. m.-church School 10:00 a. m.-Sunday School brought out at Christian Science specialists offer suggestons to county
I ', 11:00 a. m.Morning Worship 11:00 a. m.-Preaching' Service -
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, J '. services this Sunday. help growers arrive at a planting
2"_" 8:45 p; .MYE' 7:45 p. m.-EvangelIstic Service Keynoting the Lesson-Sermon on"Soul" program that will balance supply $300.DAMAGE
: :;.f:_ 7:45, p. m.-Evening* Worship. 8:00 p. m. Tuesday V. I*. B. with anticipated market demand.
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' ; ::. -TUESDAY: 8:00 p. m. Thursday: W. M. B. The committee, headed by Asso- The S. A.- Nail home in Canal
't. : : 7:00 p. .-Vesper Choir prac- Psalm 62: "My soul wait thou
t' .'. ,. ticeWEDNESDAY Everyone! welcome.. Special music only ciate)IarkeUng Specialist Stanley Point was damaged by fire and ,

._ : and singing. upon God; for my expectation 5s Rosenberger reports prices to smoke last week (Wednesday).
., from him. He is rock and Floida favorable
only
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7:45 p. m.-Mid-week devotions my growers were over I The fire was caused by a pan of
I' -:..... 8:30 p. m.Senior Choir prac The Methodist Church my salvation." ; the greater part of the 196061.seaI grease on the stove which caughtfire.

.. ', ':'. tlc.. "- '*' From "Science and Health with son. Mrs. Nail grabbed the pan and
*,'ti Canal Point, Florida Key to the Scriptures" by Mary Still many producers. of various threw it outside which averted
.if 4. ..."".1 t :fbi Baker Eddy this passage will be crops experienced very low prices further
damage. Damages were
f i ,l'':" Canal Point First. Robert A, Shelley, Pastor read: "Mortals must gravitate during extended periods of their estimated at approximately $300. .
SUNDAY
= : Godward, their affections and aims harvesting season. In most cases -.- -
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this due to
grow spiritual-they must near was unusually large
"Build
right, can't afford
11:00 you
: a. m.-Morning Worship the"broader of being at time exceptionally -
I interpretations acreages maturing one
Elder R.E.Barf ield 6:30 p. m.Youth Fellowship not to" is becoming ther unofficial
\\ and gain some proper sense of high yields per acre, or
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slogan of the nation's home builders
J, ., SUNDAY: 7:30 .-Evening Worship -
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: the infinite,-in order that sin and to adverse weather conditions in who realize that their future
"" .' 10:00 a. m.-Sunday School MONDAY:
mortality may be put off" (p. 265). northern markets which severely
lies in the permanent satisfaction
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' A citation to be read from the affected demand.In \ they put into home. That's
: ; 7:00 p. m.-B. T. C. TUESDAY: every
Bible (Matt. 16) states: "For whatis the 1961-62 AcreageMarketing -
why today's builders are using dur-
8:00 m.-Evening Worship 8:00 p. m.-Woman's Society
.:: ''.".'\. .' p. a man profited, if he shall gain Guides, specialists discuss com- able surfacing materials like real
WEDNDESDAY 1st
. : Tuesday2nd
. -, ? MONDAY the whole world, and lose his own petition from other areas the na- ceramic tile in greater quantitiesin
7:30 m.-Yidweek
t p. Prayer :
r.: Service 7:30 p.m.-Esther Class meeting soul? or what shall a man" give in tional economic outlook, supplies I more areas of the home. includ- I
> WEDNESDAY exchange for his soul?" of processed vegetables and other ing the exterior walls. '
.. 2nd and 4th TUESDAYS: : --
, .. '. 7t30 p. m.-Ladies Auxiliary 7:30 p. m.-Prayer Meeting .
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9:45 A. M.Sunday School .
Rev. Charles D. Stewart Pastor 11:00 A. M.-Morning Worship .
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*i.t.; 9:45 a. m.-Sunday School 7:30 P. M.Tuesday-Prayer Meet I
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' i f '' 6:30 p. m. Training Union. 7:30 P. M. Thursday-Y. P. E.
: ;:f-: 7:30 p. .-Evening Worship -

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* : 7:30 -Prayer Meeting. Holy Nativity '
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II N .Y'g'-A {a } $ ,4
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,-v f 433 Bacom Paint Rd. 10 a. m.-Sunday School I I
. % 11 a. m-Worshlp Service.
,'*. Phone 7528 P. O. Box 882'I -
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St. Mary's Catholic eo; Y"kF
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' '.-7* G:30 p. m.-Juniors. %* '

' ..tt 7:00 p. n .Sunaay Evening Francis Fennech, Pastor
I -g Evangelistic Service, Sunday Mass -11:30 a. m.
" | .': WEDNESDAY:, Confessions before Mass.Y
I.; "-. 7:30 p. midweek Prayer. .

, f .' meeting. .. St.Peter's Lutheran j
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you are a stranger :

J I ,:;> '. one". : Church, Belle Glade R

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August Koerber: Pastor .;
,1 First Baptist 601 W. Lake Rd., Belle Glade

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Pahokee. ,.Divine Services 11 A. M. : y

School 915.. A.x. f
SUNDAY SERVICES: .-

: 9r45 a. m. Sunday School 1 ,, '
11:00 a. m.-Morning Worship. I t hlG
6:45 p. .-Training Union p

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which is owned and operated by more than 120 ; Save time, effort and money-and give your farm a lot ",., ,

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Florida Cattlemen. ;, of extra convenience, supervision and P1"9tection-with _, : athe
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: '. at this Market.We make an effort at all times to give Farm Interphone enables you to take and make ;. .t? ,
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,;, : an outstanding service to buyer and seller..Give 'us = : ,4.-" : calls Irpm wm sa S*. "f:Iytalk on-the-spot with people .: "'} ',

;'._. trial. in the house and other J".,, ,;
\ buildings monitor sounds ; \ r.

I I I I I-I I I : I I I I I : I around the farm and hear a voice or zinging phone .. :/ .{.: ,

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c' SALES EVERY MONDAY AT 1 p. m. from afar Trussing no calls. ,t"- t .

,.. To find out how Farm Interphone can,.mean more ;
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livEstock profit contact your Southern Bell
Market .
Glades
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Pahokee-Belle Glade Road Buth.rn.Ii: .

Phone WY 6-3028 George Young, Manager -
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every the life of the Bond:; "
Ii' : With Series E Bonds, the You buy E Bonds'at (.:
rate turns $18.75 into 75% of' face value and the
)fi i'A $25.00 fourteen months faster interest accumulates .
than the old rate. to maturity H Bonds provide ''
I Your savings increase, faster, because your Bonds income for living expenses, while E Bonds build a f ....{ :t- '
mature.in just 7 years, 9 months. nest egg for the future. That's why many .retired. : ; ". 1.
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4 stays the same but more interest is paid you each .child's education, buy E ". ;._ .'9'(
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.. six months.With both E and H Bonds the new.rate Q:In what denominations can I buy series E and series ': .) :
works out to 23( %for the first year and a half; then H Bonds? .-0:
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.. -' A: E Bonds: $25 (cost$18.75),.$50 (cost$37.50), $100 ;
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I means your E Bonds till automatically keep earn A: Buy E Boixfeataay banlcMi takes oely a f8wiIini i "i, 'f .
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t. : ;,:; Albert Frond Pioneer Canal Pahokee Housing Authority.and is Co-Op Ads -Are For commission has been in operation ;;
, ; Resident an active member of the Canal I under his direction, Jarrard said ..1

Point Lions Club. State-Wide Benefit; this was the first time any state I

[ Point Stays Busy Retirement Since his retirement and the -- had ever arranged for such a cooperative .:
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death of Mrs. Fremd he keeps WINTER 'PARK The Florida program with national ....I\
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busy with his yard. Lions Club, Development Commission has prepared magazines! and .: large Northern"h h\\
i;. A familiar sight to Glades resi- : : t < church and visiting his grandchildren newspapers. :
Tg I a program of cooperative ad- ..
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dents and tourists alike traveling in West Palm Beach and Nor- \
::t on Highway 441-98,1: mile north of I folk Va. : vertising that will benefit every Mrs. Edna Barrett

i,'. Canal Point, is Albert Fremd caring L --. chamber of V commerce in the statethat .

:: for his hedge bOrdering's'l participates.So Honored On Birthday
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?.- home. I TK&F&hr&fkoritDoyle said Commission Director
r Albert Fremd is one of the most .. Wendell Jarrard as he explainedthe Mrs. Edna Barrett of Canal
;.' active retired.Glades farmers inI I I program to a group of adver- Point was the honoree of a sur-
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, .Palm Beach County. His manicured tising experts of the Fourth District prise birthday party Monday at

\." ,lawn, symmetrically trimmed Y Advertising Federation of her home. Co-hostesses were Mrs.'
.:: hedges everbearing fruit trees'and Commit ':::' -. America, Jarrard was the princi- George Gann of Pahokee and-Mrs-:

; flowers are proof of his Activity. r 2' \ ., : pal speaker during a meeting Stephen Irla, West Palm Beach
Florida ,;;". ':,:..,::...
Before the death of his wife, they N + :- representatives of every advertising niece of Mrs. Barrett.
t;: formed a habit of keeping their Department oF AgricuI > club in the state. Guests included Mrs. Barrett's

home one to be admired and since Florida has signed contracts with sister, Mrs. Ed Forbes Mrs. Char
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,her death, he has kept is as before. s.*.: ;>s ts The current controversy between many national publications which lotte Johnson, both of West Palm
' Albert was the third child born I Florida. and Georgia over our law permit: local chambers commerce Beach; Mrs. Alice Keniston :Mrs.

;. to Mr. and Mrs. Carl Fremd in requiring an inspection fee and individual and city advertising committees to Grace 'Stephens, of Belle Glade;

Mamaroneck, N. Y., Westchester I labeling for fresh poultry place ads,on 'a cooperative basis at Mrs. Grace Rosenberg, Mrs. S. F.
County. His.parents.movedl to Or- : ;) xkf' raises the question: How valuable reduced rates. Jarrard said the Carraway of Lake Worth; Mrs. J.

mond Beach in 1898, then to West < is a trademark? plan will stretch, the advertisingdollar V. Thomas, Sr., and Mrs. Olaf Boe

Palm Beach in 1904.,Here he grew II Rather than haggle over the inconvenience for tourism and present the Pahokee,and Mrs. Pat Karlson,

t up and received his education and #+R AYa..: or expense they claimis opportunity of maintaining a IS tOf Elmer Maxson and Mrs. H. G..
in 1916 was married to Miss 6ALBERT t involved in wing tagging individ- steady program of tourist adver. Boynton, all of Canal Point.

(., Blanche E. Braley of West Palm + ual fowl to be sold in our market, tising in major Northern markets.In .I .- .

' Beach. it seems to me that Georgia pro- describing the, progress made CLASSIFIED ADS
In\1921 they bought land in'Canal FREMD cessors would do well to capitalizeon during the first six months the I PAY BIG DIVIDENDS

- Point and built a house on it, the investment they have madeto ,
... but their stay in the Everglades date and adopt wing-tagging or --- ---

r.., was short-lived at this early date, '1939 the family again moved to Ca- other methods of individual label-i I

':, as a year later they were forced nal Point. Both girls had com- ing for Every chicken sold out cf About ? '
',' pleted their education in West Thinking Building
by high water to return to West their state.I .
Palm Beach. Palm Beach public schools and had don't know whether anyone has

1 Between the years of 1922 andY attended college there and' in Tallahassee. ever made a reliable estimate of

Y 1933, Mr. and Mrs. Fremd and their Harry completed his edu- the total value of all of the trade For Free Estimates Call -

three children, Evelyn, Irene and cation in the Navy and at the Uni- marks to be seen in America today.I'd ,

k. Harry, lived, in West Palm Beach. versity of'N. C. venture to guess, however,
,', He made his livelihood by working Mr. Fremd was not only a suc- that it would run into the hundredsof WILEY'TILLISGeneral

'.. as paymaster on the highway con cessful pioneer farmer, but,also a millions of dollars.
' struction and as boat operator for faithful servant of his community.He s' *

W. p Connors; also as engineerof was active in scout work, be- The average owner of a trade Building ContractorBox
a pleasure boat for Harris and ing,a Sea Scoutmaster for several
for his
mark has adopted it goodsor
. Hammond and Kenneth G. Smith years. He was a director of the service because he has pride in 54 PAHOKEE Ph. 7127 I
president of the Pepsodent Tooth Community Chest, served on the
its quality and he wants the
Paste this time chief for I I
board observer
Company. During hospital ,
world to know about it. The longerhe
his brother-in-law, O. 'V. (Pete) Civil Defense, served on the rationing -
.. I stays in business, the larger it M..M..H.. .. H ..H-I-H-M-H, 1 I I III I I II t M I III III III I M t t 1 .
lived out in the Glades and board is member of the
Braley, a
grows, and the more of his productor
.. the farm Pahokee District. Board, I I
i"'- kept going. I Drainage service he sells, the greater becomes -
In 1933, Albert left his family' serves o nthe Board of Directors of THEATRESPRINCE
the value of his trade mark.
to. in town while he and Pete "batch Lake Okeechobee Farmer's Coope-I I
., The growth of a business under I
:: ed" and farmed the. 'Canal Point. rative.. He is a vestryman
'" its trade mark
! implies increasing LAKE DRIVE-IN
k muck land, grooming it into a desirable Pahokee Episcopal Church: of the public confidence in that productor I

e r'. place for his family and,in Holy 'Nativity, a member of the service. "Product identity" is a Pahokee -. Pahokee-Belle Glade RoadS

phrase widely used to describe the > -

:,;.. purpose of a trade mark, and it is '- -2 DIG FEATURES -

I that identity that American industry -
.t. k SUNDAY MONDAY -TUESDAY
spends millions and millions of 8UNDAYMONDAYTUESDAYAUGUST
AUGUST 13-14-15
dollars to establish firmly in the
public mind. 13-14-15
"CINDER) FELLA"
Basic to the start of establishing i

product identity is the quality of "ONE EYED JACK"ANNA

the goods, or service it is to rep- MARIA ALBEDGHETTI,

resent.. The trade mark is used to I MARLON BRANDO, KARL AND JUDITH NDERSON.

let the buyer see at a glance that -ALSO-
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he is getting the same high stand-( MALDEN AND KATY
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a r ard of quality he has been led to ex- I JURADO "JALOPY"

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(2) which various media of infor-
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mation (such as publications, radioor :
TV) have brought to his atten- .
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It must be puzzling to many
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, Georgia insists now that it wants
: All individual labeling of poultry
.:: abandoned. Have they lost confi-

dence in the quality of their pro-
duct? I don't think so. But I do

; think they have lost sight of the, __ .,
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value of a priceless asset which
t ,r .<' they have, knowingly'or not been A.
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You, can build all these with 'Incidentally, I'd like to set 'at ARE YOU EYEING .
aE+ rest a misunderstanding among
concrete block! f some Georgia officials who say that I

,. '" .our State law does Not require individual A New Home H

Patio' Terraces { y .. ,: tagging 'or labeling of
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Fireplace Steps I fresh poultry sold in Florida.The .
: Decorative Walk Florida Poultry Law (chap- Home Financing Is Our SpecialtyWhen

ter 583, Florida Statutes, 1957)
't;. ECONOMICAL-DURABLE-EASY TO LAY! states"It is unlawful for any dealer you finance your home here, you deal witha

& or broker to sell, offer for sale local association with headquarters right herein
{: j For quality block precision made on Stearns or hold for the purpose of sale 'in

equipment. see us today. the state,of Florida any slaughtered our community, and whose officers and I -employees -

poultry without clearly imprinting ] are sincerely interested in seeing that
MODERNIZE TODAY-FOR RELAXATION AND PLAYa thereon or attaching theretoa
label or tag . you attain true, debt-free nome ownership.

I don't believe ,that wording is
a subject to any interpretation other .:11111111111:11111Everglades

than that the label or tag must be
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SAVINGS &: LOAN
Canal Point Baptist Church will
SAVINGS IXSUKfD UP TO $10.080 BT nDBRAX* 8AYIHO3
'BT111: GLADE FUL.PHONBWT meet in the home of MrsJ.. J. UfBUBAKOt' COBPOBAHOX1B6NB
PAHOKEE:, n-A. AND LOAN
t. Walker in Port Mayaea Monday, i
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