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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: September 1, 1961
Publication Date: -1967
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Canal Point (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Belle Glade (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Palm Beach County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Palm Beach -- Canal Point
United States -- Florida -- Palm Beach -- Belle Glade
Coordinates: 26.861944 x -80.630556 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1924.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 44, no. 30 (Sept. 29, 1967).
General Note: Editor: Howard Sharp, <1924-1928>.
General Note: Publisher: Louis S. Goolsby, <1929>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 37 (Nov. 21, 1924).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Succeeded by: Glades observer
Succeeded by: Everglades observer

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L September 1,1961 PUBLISHED WEEKLY IN CANAL POINT BY PAUL RARDIN

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CIRCULATING THROUGHOUT THE VAST AGRICULTURAL AREA OF PALM BEACH COUNTY

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FHA Financing At A Four Score And Nine Are You A Registered VoterIn





Standstill In PahokeeFHA Palm Beach County? Maybe!

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..... ,'. ... Funeral Services If you haven't voted in the Coun-
ty elections within the past two

financed subdivisions in the ; : years, your name may be dropped
Last Rites Held j:: -:"" :;1: : } .
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Pahokee area probably are at n !: !" ': ,,1&; t. .44111 Thompson from the voting list, according o

complete standstill. Why The fed- I*g.r:,.>.:..'..".. ,.>..\....:.: Dan Gorham, supervisor of,regis-
For S. W. CarverFuneral 'f:::;: \ ":"' % stration. This week nearly 10,000
eral :organization says it won't', Funeral services for Carl E. names were dropped from the vot- i

furnish money to build houses, in- Thompson, 47, who died suddenly ing list by Mr. Gorham.

less a sewerage system is installed services for Sampson Sunday, were held Wednesday From the record 101,344 regis-

in the City of Pahokee.At Warren Carver.. 67, of 2560 East morning at the MizellFavilleZernFuneral tered voters recorded in a preelection "
Monday night's meeting of Main Street, Pahokee, who.died at :r j Home in West Palm tally last October, the total
his home Sunday afternoon afteran 3'L Beach. Rev. Guthrie Colvard, pastor nosedived 90,730 with the windup -*
the Pahokee City Council, Mayor extended illness, were held at of the First Baptist Church in of the purge.

Duncan Padgett brought the sad 10 a. Wednesday: at the Church jh.lL Pahokee- officiated. West Palm "And there'll likely be more,"

news from the FHA financing unit. of God on Barfield Highwaywith "d" ._. Beach Northwood Masonic Lodge Gorham predicted, "when the precinct -
The Rev. John W. Hughes, participated in the funeral cere revisions and
mayor pointed out that he had pastor are completed
been advised that no more financ- officiating.\ ( mony. all voters contacted.
ing will be available unless and Mr. Carver was born in La- Mr. Thompson died suddenly "This purge was just of those
until the sewerage system is in- fayette County and ,came to the MARION F. GEORGE from a heart attack. He was prin- who have not voted in the last two
-- .. -- cipal of Wdst Gate. ElementarySchool
stalled.At Glades in 1912. He was a veteranof years.
the Monday night meeting the World War I and a: retired com- Marion located north of Four ."The revisions will turn up many
F.
City Council adopted a resolution mercial fisherman. He was well George Points in West Palm Beach. He more I won't attempt to predict -
advising the Federal Housing Authority known as a pioneer resident of had held that position for 15 years. the number who have died

what the City is doing in regard -I this community. Pioneer Passes Graveside services were held at or moved within the past two
to sewerage. I Survivors ,include his widow, Port Mayaca cemetery at 2 p. m. years '
-Included in the resolution. Mayor Leola, Pahokee; three daughrers, Wednesday with Rev.. Colvard m Democrats were the big loser v In

said was a report that land for a Mrs Doris Duncan, Pahokee; Mrs. The passing of Marion Francis charge. The deceased was well and the now-completed purge, dropping

treatment plant will be granted to, Pearl Hendrix. Lake Worth; Mrs.I I George, 89, of Canal Point, due to favorably known in"the Lake Okee-! 8,702 of the 77,495 registered vot-
the city from the state. Negotiations Frances of Atwater, Alaska; one I a heart attack chobee Region where he has a ers they boasted last fall.
--.,.".. are' ,in :the ,final.stages,. he., .brother-'Louis: Carver, Palmetto; on August 27 at his ,brother surviving, Joe E. Thomp- The 11.23 per. cent cut in their
'said. two Jennie 1'omebraught.eadness:: to his many _soxijoL_ Pahokee. _
sisters Mrs. "MltcfielC .t "- tally.leaves,them with 68,793. .
Okeechobee friends of all ages; on Attie eastern. He was"'a member 'Northwood '.",
\ The mayor added that >the city and Mrs. Carney Boat- Republicans wh went into
told the FHA that an active sewer wright Lantana, five grandchildren and western shores' of Lake Okee- Lodge 303, F&AM; Lake Worth the purge with 22,729 registered

committee is at work to get the and one geat grandson. chobee. Consistory;,Palm Beach Principal's voters wound up *with 20.783, a
sewer program started as soon as I Pallbearers were J. D. Watson Mr. George was' born April 29, Association; Florida Cattlemen's drop of 1,946 or nine per cent.
feasible.At Olaf Boe, Mac Barfield, and J. Lee I 11872, in Independence, Missouri, Association: National Education I. .
present, he said, FHA' just Suggs. and spent his boyhood there at- Association and the Florida Edu-

has "a few spot loans" in the city. Burial was at Port Mayaca Cem- tending the local schools. He movedto cation Association.He Aid Is Sought In'SheIterProgram.

Mayor Padgett will head a committee -' etery with William-Wetherington Moore Haven in 1915, where he is survived by one son, Kenneth -

named Monday night by the Funeral Home in charge of ar was active in the building, trade Dale Thompson and one ,
City Council to cooperate with the rangements. and continued in this professionwhen daughter, Mrs. Brenda Sue Chap-
Federal Housing Administration in .&. he moved to Canal Point in pell, both of West Palm Beach;

., 1929. The Canal Point Baptist three brothers,, Joseph E., Paho- ....
preparing a sewage disposal plan The city of Belle Glade has ask
for the city. 1817 Teachers Are Church is cne of the many_build- kee; Randolph and Comer, both of ed the county commission to sup-
Other members of the committee ings he constructed before his retirement I Staten Island, N. Y.; four sisters,
include Councilman Hugo Boe, Ready For SchoolPalm I He was a member of Canal Mrs. Sadie Wimberly, Mrs. Esther port its plan for construction of

and J. W. Brown, Wiley Tillis and I Point Baptist Church and the Bumpers, both of Carlton, Ala., public fall out shelters in the levee

.- Inman. W. Weeks. Everglades Masonic Lodge 211 in.. Mrs. Linnie Baxter, Pahokee; Mrs. around Lake Okeechobee.The .

The council .will sit as a board Beach County's 1,817 pub- Pahokee. Madalene Stalder, Oswego, N. Y. city said it is unable to con-

on equalization in the council lic school teachers'are braced for Survivors include his widow, : Active pallbearers were Charles struct basement type shelters since
chambers Sept. 11 starting at 7:30p. Beulah Canal Point; two sons, Godwin, Frank Hobson, Robert the water 'tables to the Glades are
enrollment of
Thursday morning an
m. Robert J. and Frank M., both of Fulton Clyde Canipe, Brooks Hen- about two feet beneath the surface
The Civil Defense is to makea estimated 20,000 or more pupils. : Houston, Texas; and five grand- derson and Pellon Morris. Use of the levee 'embankment fo

survey here shortly to desig- All students are scheduled to I children. Among honorary pallbearerswere :> I support concrete shelters, will not
nate buildings in the community enroll at their respective schools I Funeral services were -conducted members of the Palm Beach weaken the levee the city pointed
: best suited for emergency use as from 8:30 a. m. to 12 noon Thurs- i Tuesday at 3 p. m. in the Canal County education staffs. ,

t. fallout.shelters.Pahokee. day. Classes will start. Tuesdaythe Point Baptist Church with Rev. out.The commission referred the letter
f :. z ... '_ I day after Labor Day. :,Charles D. Stewart, pastor, officiating to Col. Ellis Altman county
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-- county's assisted by Rev. Robert civil defense director, for study
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ers and 469 Negro teachers are to Shelley, pastor of the Canal Point Canal Point .School l and report., -' j ,-:-

Schools be in their classrooms Thursday Methodist Church, and Rev. Samuel In other actions this week the
in 80 schools In the county one Jordan, pastor of Hialeah Bap- commission:
than at the of school Church. Ready For OpeningThe
more opening tist Approved the appoinment of
Set For New Term
in 1960. That Westward
one Pallbearers were J. H. Bordeaux, Daniel Shea as special investigator
Junior High School in West Palm Grady Boynton. Ray Hawk, Sr.. O. Canal Point Elementary for the state attorney's office at

Beach. H. Sheppard, Homer Barnes, and an annual salary' of $7,000 '
Brooks Henderson, principal, On the first day of school last M. D. Geiger. School opened its doors Thursday Voted: 5500 annual pay raise to
said yesterday that Pahokee year there were 34,526 pupils, the Graveside services were conductat Morning for registration of the assistant solicitors.
three county
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Schools are ready for opening of number increasing to 39,875 by the the Port Mayaca Cemetery by students for the new 1961-62 year. Took under advisement, a request '
the new ,fall term next Tuesday end of the first school month., If
Everglades Masonic Lodge 211.
Regular classroom sessions will from the Lake Worth Colt'
morning. More than 20 new students the of the past continues, Williams
average Wetherington Funeral
I Baseball for aid in
start Tuesday September 5. Those League county
were registered on Thursday 50 cent will register on
some per Home were in charge of arrange-
of. this week, he said. the opening day. Average membership ments. students,requiring bus transportation building a league ball park.
Renewed with W.
an agreement
There will be two new teachers for the first month last will be advised as to the time
> Mr. Henderson said. One is WilliamS. G. Goss to act for another year as
year was 39,456. Baptist Building and place by their teachers according the, county's financial advisor.Called ..
Hobson who will teach social
Quite a few children apparently -
.j, to principal-W. W. White. attention to one court-
studies and act as an assistant to are "allergic" to registering for Going On Schedule
: The school's staff includes
I teaching house closed
'' being next Monday
Web Pell. Mrs. Louise Nor
Coach :: '
the' and
opening day: are expectedto
Mrs.Alma Burr, first grade; to observance of Labor Day.
man is the other new teacher: and do so later n the month. The Canal .
new building at the Mrs. Helen Henderson, second; -
she will teach English Art and.- Enrollments during the 1960-61 Point Baptist Church is well on the Mrs. Ruth Stewart third; Mrs., Miss Mary Ann and Ray Ford

..' :Home Economics. : school year totaled 48,084, with the way up. All the outside walls have Billie Huddle fourth; Mrs. Char- daughter and son of :Mr. and Mrs.J. .
Bill Howard is the
new principalof average membership totaling. 41- been completed. If weather conditions lotte Walston fifth; Mrs. Mildred O. Ford of Canal Point returned -
Pahokee
elementary school, sue- 535. permit, most likely the roof Larrick sixth .Mrs Haf.rington
; Gladys home Sunday from a two weeks
r 'f seeding H. H.Austin who resigned .. .
'last will be ready to be completed early seventh; James: Threld- stay at Camp Kulaqua near High
spring., Mr. Howard threagb-. Mrs' Seth Roberts of Pahokeeleft n ;ct week. As soon as the roof, is keld eighth grade and coach.; Mrs. SplI p. The first week,was spentat.
the: years baa 'been basket baR Saturday for a visit with her tGRlpIe! te4,, plans are for the be- Ruth Snyder, part Use music the camp'and the second week
coach and is.,.to .be succeeded fey, mother' Mrs. Mary HcAHhur In ..,- of tandiirarriTig the yard in teacher and Herbert Miller school they participated In a canoe trip .

f. Robert Maaraon.-. -.c S10CU11J, A, & the pew,1N .u I'. custodian Principal, W. W. White dews: the Suwaanee River. .: .


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I LAKE okEEGHOBEE REGION HOME. OF SPARE. ROOMS for rent? If :, BUY AND SELL real estate" with SUBSCRIPTIONS are due If
you your
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! have one, get in' touch with this confidence thru Bill J. Bailey or name label shows you to be m

THE EVERGLADES NEWS newspaper; and insert a $1 classi- C. A. Bailey, Belle Glade. arrear: on payment. Send along
ified ad. It will get results. All ads that $2.00 payment .now. and we.
Serving the Lake, Okeechobee,Farming Region WithoutIsiterruption payable in advance.The EvergladesNews VACATION TBIE.is, just around will continue to send you this great r
Every Week for More Than 30 Years Canal Point, FJa. the corner. Before you take off palladium of the family fireside.
how about dropping a check for The Everglades News, Canal Point
Established March 11, 1924 -- Published Every Friday SAMPLE COPIES of last week's $2.00 in the mail for your subscript Fla. \

Subscription Price 2.00 Year In i Advance edition of The Everglades News tion ,to The Everglades News ":anal
were mailed in Canal Point and Point, Fla. APARTMENTS are needed< by
The Everglades News Is Entered at the Post OfficeIn
folks into this
; area
new subscriptions 'will be welcomed many coming
Canal Poklt.,JrJorida. as Second Class Matter this week. Just $2.00 for a year GOOD, BUY! Corner lot 100 x 135 to earn a living. Do you have one

will keep informed of happn- in Belle Glade. C. A. Bailey, Real for rent? Tell them and the world
Paul: H raIn Owner Editor Publisher you
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ings in this area. Estate. Phone WY 6-3084, Belle through a $1 classified ad in these

"" '" Glade. columns. Send along a descriptionof
i ABOUT 600 ACRES for ,sale, the apartment and a $1 bill and
Here Is What'Transpire At Monday's I partly improved with poor road PASTURE FOR SALE. Farm we'll do the rest. The Everglades

to it. $125 per acre See, 'call ur land. Acreage. Business loca- News Canal Point, Fla. 1'
Meeting Of The Palm Beach
write Bill J. Bailey or C. A. Bailey, tions. See Bill J. Bailey ,or C. A. I
Belle Glade, Fla., Phone 'WY Bailey, Real, Estate Belle- Glade, FOR SALE: New and used Willys
County. Commission I IA 63084. Fla. Jeeps. Walter. Ashley's Garage
: I tn Belle Glade Phone ,8058.
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five-Year study' for establishment -i wWfuWUWuuWuWUWUWL tion setting the bulkhead. line, the Bud Dickinson To I Young Men: Leave, wWWWVVW,

of a bulkhead line on the inland -' commission followed with another For AcademyThree Veterans Loans
I waterway side of' Jupiter .Is'I action authorizing the engineer- To FF&V :

. land was' culminated this week t tog department ,to initiate action Speak young men from Pahokee

when the county commission officially -. as soon as possible .to establish 2centerline enter Florida Military Academyin Now Available ,

adopted a proposed .line.The for the proposed new The chairman of the Florida DeLand this weekend, Richard

area falling within the boun- .road and to: acquire right of way Council of 100-c-ne of, the state's' (Spud) 'Keen, son of Mr. and Mrs. '
, daries of the new line starts at theantracoastal deeds necessary to complete the most. powerful advisory groups Manning Keen and Pat Maxwell, L. V. McClelland Veterans Service -
waterway bridge on project. Officer for the western ,half \
..' will address convention-goers at son of Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Maxwell
, State Road 707 and extends north In another action this week, the 18th annual gathering of the had to report today for regI- of Palm Beach County, announces !'
l to the Martin County line. concerning the inland waterway Florida Fruit & Vegetable Associa- stration. Wayne Ludlum accomI that ample funds In the amount of

Property owners fh the'area have the commission gave the Florida tion at Bal Harbour, September panied by his parents, Mr. and $4 million are now available for
t given strong support for establishment Inland Navigation District permission 27, 28 and 29. I Mrs. J. W. Ludlum will drive up en direct home loans to veterans,from I
o of thebulkhead, line and have i to the office of the V. A. Loan
use a plot of submerged I Sunday, this being his second year guar- I
., assured the county commission land near Phil Foster Memorial. i Dickinson. at the Academy he registers ;two anty officer P. O. Box, .505 Jack-
that right of for a new roadon Park temporary'spoil : I sonville 1, Florida.
way as a area ( 'la. ;: days later than his friends. ,
the waterway side of the island I I for a waterway dredging project. : -> yer and former .; There is no waiting list at the '
I' will be given to the county with The submerged land was recently i.i. tA" ;:::>>..: O,$ legislator, will, I present time, and the maximum
out cast.Following. I turned over to the county by speak at the 3rd Highway Safety I loan has been raised to $15,000.00.

adoption' of,a resolu-II It the State H: Board. z business session I Veterans' should make application i
: -i, of the convention by letter to the loan guaranty officer -
.. Calk For "Lights who will send them, the neces-
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I B1tiJ1liilJrit i ; This Will Tell You F Sept. 28. His sary application forms. When a

topic is "Balanc- On"OverLaborDay veteran makes application, he

'. When Get License ing Agriculture should own a lot, or have a purchase .
by DICKINSON with Industry." contract for a lot, a set of .

1 i I t ITlt DoyleCommis. After his May primary fight in Representative- Chaires of 1 blue prints for a home and be sure

: LLA.HASSEE-Drivers have the Governor's race, Dickinson directed Dixie County Chairman of the I that he will be able to obtain a
the campaign -Florida for Legislative Council's Committeefor septic tank permit.
been reminded
floridoIDepor7'm9n'oPigp" by, Motor Vehicle
,
Commissioner Arch Livingston of President Kennedy: In 1961 he be- Highway Safety, announced When a veteran receives the I
driver's came State Chairman of the Amer- today his Committee's appreciationand proper application forms from the
1 the state's new license law
which becomes ican Cancer Society, Florida Can- support for the "Lights On" V. A.,he is given only a few: weeks
effective
Because I'm a. farmer; .myself, 1. September cer Crusade. traffic safety campaign plannedfor I} to which to return them to the V.
I'm inclined to be concerned at the Labor weekend. A. along with a complete set of
Livingston cautioned that Born in West Palm Beach, Dickinson Day
times about statistics that indicate only blue prints, a septic tank permit a I
As state-wide ,
whose is married, fattier of four a safety measure
persons birthday is to September -
farmers are getting less and legal description of the lot He
need that children, a civic leader, and is Governor Farris Bryant and other
less ,of a share of the consumer'sfood apply during state leaders 'appealing to all should have a contractor in mind
month. teacher of the largest Protestant are
I dollars. who will build his' home and assist -
t 'rf'What's Licenses of adult Sunday School class in Palm motorists to drive with their. head I
operators whose
the for such d his
reason lights him in completing applica- 1
Beach County.He burning during daylight
trend any big\ birthdays occur in months after also to
? Step into supermarket tion forms. He is required
hours this weekend. It Is hope/
and before was graduated Palm
and you'll see why the September September, from furnish proof that he has been
1962. Beach High School and that seeing other's lights will re-
extended workedhis
farmer's share of the current food automatically turned down by three lending institutions l
dollar fs less. than it w& for the in effect until the last day of the way through'the :Universityof mind motorists to exercise greater for money at the rate of .
same 'foods 30; 20 aid evett 10 l licensee's month of birth and must Florida, and Stetson, :University.In caution and be more attentiveto 54 percent interest. In other

years ago. be.renewed.duringhis birth month. his senior year ,at Stetson University highway dangers during the words A veteran should make certain ,
(\ t Some licenses he. President hazardous Labor Day period.
issued prior to was. of the
that he is about ready to build,
September, 1962, will, be for. one student body.During Many safety groups and civic organizations I
_,sLook at oats of tits $? dfemfS" are Joining In this before making 'his application;
ready to be heated to* th'e.6veK'ano year:.and_ some for two years depending the war, he served in the For further information contact
effort to reduce the number of Injuries t
on, the year.of 1lrth-ood: Marine Corps from Guadalcanal the veterans service officer.
Ali!1edJn price a q,iffy.>; the In,f proportionJES! -a-servemeala or even.' In 1961, licenses will be to :Okinawa and was cited for cidents.and Representative deaths from traffic Chaires ac is ... .a.

:? the fanner's income?rant fKe issued for two years to persons bravery In action_by.the Commanding -
urging all local safety organizations Board Of EfeSltH
!' items in that"i meat 11i mfg f1 n itLargest born in an, odd year:, and for one General of. .the 6th Marine Di- ,that have not already done sot :
; year to personS born in an even vision. Workers to College
cost-fe
part of the esentiprocessing advise their members of the
. packaging i ana IliStrifeutlon. year. ,He, has received the Allen Morris -
In 1962, two-ygar.licenses will be award.as the outstanding campaign. .
o JACKSONVILLE
first- "This campaign to save lives can Fprty:four
Issued persons even
Greater convenience; Kis work, to born in our termer in the State Legislature. He be most effective only if all per- young men and women soon leave
and Increasing variety are';the ad- year and one-year: ,licenses if born has been aa leading Senator on sons at all levels, state and local the Florida, State Board of Health t
vantages being; offered ttt all in 81 odd year#After August,.1962, many progressive measures ,In give it their whole-hearted sup- to return to college richer aftera ,
"housewife to today's' fSo 'miiItets'. renewals shall be for a periodof Florida dealing with our courts port," Representative Chaires said. summer's practical experience in

The housewife demands the;She .two years. schools, roads, waterways development Highway accidents to the state their chosen. profession. ; ..:
calls the signals an&. ttft, i o ,Iti2fuVtry of State pride, selling Flor- this year as of August 21, 1961, Before the present scholarship v
knows it must plMy tiy Ber Kenny McIntosh Is ida, repeal. J>f intangible, tax .and havecost the lives of 721 persons; program was. begun in ).958. by

rules&t Horne From Mexico .decentralization of government. but this is a reduction of 98 over $t health.Officer,Dr..Wilson T.
i .--1 .a Dickinson was selected as one the same period last year.Mrs. Sowder.,and his assistant, ,Dr, Al- I.
JTQ be 'successful t111 of the five outstanding-young men ... bert Y..Hardy.who administers the
.\ ''o e t*** Kenneth McIntosh, son of her. of Florida
Agricultural i pr Wii"! geep in 1957 by the Jaycees training program, students .were
!abreastofe, ery ite pthentapd and Mrs. H. M. Mclntosfi of Pahokee and is the recipient of the Legionof ..J. D.. Stacy.. Is. employed on a limited basis.,Since f

trend in the t eta :held tor returned Home Wednesday Honor,,Order of DeMolay for Honored, At Party 1958. 129 students have,gained valuable
; : from a, sbt-weeks stay in :Monterrey excellenceg vemment., lessons to aid them in their ,

just\ ,-Mexico, where he attended the J Mrs. J. D. Stacy of Bryant was life'a work.Dr. .

advantage of UioSj tremfs Jf they second summer session at the University honored Tuesday, August 29, witha Hardy said "There .Iii,np
expect. .to. rosin ti; their .incomes of Monterrey. After,a visit. The home of Mr. and Mrs. Elmer surprise birthday dinner by her question but that in the main $tud;. I
:it,,3. profitable level. of several days with his parents, Maxson of Canal Point was husband and children. Guests'other eats enjoy their work and learn' .

JThit's why:;iJSeUete 'tb"e' State: Kenny will Cleave for,Tallahassee the scene of'a triple Birthday celebration than the family were Rev. E. L. much more than they expected. .

Department of,.- Agric. ture can be to- resume his Studies.at"F. S. U. 'August 27 to honor of Mrs. Johns and family of Belle Glade I This is proved' by the fact that 1.
greater,. service. tp Jfannejs1 b"V to'- M i Earl Wilson and her baby daughter pastor of,the Chosen Baptist Church many want to return."
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creasing Its h1 i bUult'of mar1Cetsorrriation. Mr. and Mrs. James i Weeks and Nora ;Jill, also airs Elmer Maxson also Rev. James Madison, houseguest -. i

';; The b fBh ant's'"iS" family of Canal Point>> moved early Guests attending the 'anniversary .of the Johns FaJntiy. Mr. and Mrs. T. D. Shaver and :

i ace with reh1f.I : utbentic. this.we k to their recently purchased dinner other than the honorees daughters Donna and Cynthia Of ;.. ;
periodic inforrnatl'o-ti'drirlce"s{ ,' 'up-''''' home on' Green Star Ave' were Miss Saddle Wilson, Mr. Wilson Miss Kay Hughes of Bryant has Montgomery, Ala., were' the house/ i I
"plies, trends and forecasts" sfioulo! nue-iii Pahokee.They have been residing and "son. Alvin and daughter. accepted a position as* stenographer guests several days last week uf'

Teach every agricultural" producer for several years In the Earl Renee all of Miami,.also Mr.-Max. at the Florida Correctional Institution her aunt Mrs. Jessie Hughes of' ,
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SapervisorHears Boys Ranch CottageWill Revival Starts At -


il I PERSONAL NEWS NOTES II Atty. Gen. RulingAn Be Dedicated- First Baptist- Church


... LIVE OAK A 550.000 residence -!I Revival services will begin Sep-
! i cottage home sweet home" i tember 4 in Canal Point at the .
Eddie Upthegrove, son of Mr. I Mr. and Mrs. Joe Cox of Miami
opinion fom the State Attorney for 20 boys at the Florida Sher- First Baptist Church and will
and Mrs. Osceola Upthegrove of were the' weekend guest of hisbrotherInlaw
General has furnished a iffs Boys Ranch, will be dedicatedto continue for ten days. Rev Charles
Canal Point returned home Tues- and sister Mr. and
finale to an argument between the the memory of the late F. L. Mc- Mask, pastor of the Parkway Bap-
Everglades Memorial Mrs. B. C Sims of Pahokee.Mrs. .
day ,from County Commission and the Coun- Gehee, former Sheriff of 'Marion tist Church of West Hollywood will
J he had on
; : Hospital where surgery Minter Collins Mrs. Edna ty Registrar over hiring of person- County, at 5 p. m., September 7. be the visiting preacher, and Clif- .

I' Monday. Pickett and Miss' Julia Mathis all nel for the latter's office. The ,Ranch, located 11 miles ford (Johnny) Johnson will direct

I Mr. and Mrs. A.: B. Clayton and' of Pahokee were weekend visitorsin Several weeks ago RegistrarDan north of here, is a home for needy I the choir with Mrs. Betty Woods

I -' Mr. and Mrs. Bolton Merriel ofII Orlando. Gorham informed the commission and worthy boys operated by the I as pianist. Services will be held

Dozier, Ala., were Sunday luncheon he was hiring a "field in- Florida Sheriffs Association. Sher- I each evening at 7:30. The public is
guests of Mr. and Mrs. D. P. Pricilla King daughter of Mr. ves igator." At the same time Gor- iff McGehee was one of its found- especially invited to attend the re

j II Hughes and family of Bryant. The and Mrs. Gerald King of Pahokee ham sought to have the investigators vival.
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ersLevy ... ,
returned
home Wednesday following -> County Sheriff James W.
I two couples from Ala., were visiting job classification' raised to allow -
I other friends and relatives a Summer vacation in Balt- a pay boost-a matter whichhe Turner, Sheriffs Association President :Poison Cases Are

11. throughout the state imore as guest of her grandmother, did not clear with the commission said a dedication address by
Mrs. Mae Royer. Gov. Farris Bryant will be followed Up In Florida

il-; Mr. and Mrs. Dan Carpenter ,of by a barbecue ,served on the .
Mr. and Mrs. J. V. Thomas of The commission .at that time -
Pahokee,accompanied by their two Pahokee spent the past weekendon gave strong indication it did not banks of the Suwannee River, JACKSONVILLE A total of

daughters and their families, Mr. Ft. Myers Beach. share Gorhamfs views on the mat- which borders the north side of the 1.694 persons were treated for accidental -
and Mrs. Vance Denton and children -
I ter and the county 'attorney was Ranch. poisoning at Florida's 20
,J. and Dannie of Paho Mr., and Mrs. W. D.Davenport
Ellen Jo
The will be to the
( instructed to seek legal'clarifica- program open poison control centers from Janu-
kee and Mr. and Mrs. Dan Bord- and children Debbie and Terri .if.
tion of the matter from the State public. ary 1 to June 30, 1961, the Florida
anaes of Tallahassee spent the past Brandon spent several days. last Sheriff McGehee
Attorney General. Gorham claimed was serving :ts State Board of Health reports.
Weekend camping at the Highlands week in Pahokee as guests of her first vice of the Sheriffs
when the commission approvedhis president The centers, located in hospitals,
Hammock State Park, near Seb- parents, :Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Frazer. '
I office budget, the board lost Association when he died of a are equipped with comprehensivecard

j ring. Mr. and,Mrs. Vernon McCoy and its voice in saying how the money heart attack at his home in Ocala files naming poisonous com-

their three daughters, Tannie Deb- July 13, I960 He was in line to mercial
1 Curtis Wonicker and his sister}1 1I should be spent. products and. plants with
I Miss Marky Wonicker of Jacksonville bie and -Jannie returned Saturdayto The Attorney General said,, that serve' as president,during 1961. antidotes so that immediate treat-

were the weekend house' their home in Canal Point froma the commission should not only be An 18-year veteran in law enforcement ment may be given. '
two weeks visit'with'relatives ;, he was described in a The most of
in for common cause pois-
guests of Willie Veal and his parents 'responsible setting compensation -I
I :Mr. and Mrs. W. N. Veal of Bluefield. W. Va. but should also have a voice tribute published by his fellow- oning was internal medication -
sheriffs as a "progressive and highly 877 cases of which 295 involved as-
Canal Point. The couple were en- Mrs. J. A. Touchtoneand daughter in selection of the employes.
I route home from a vacation in Miss Grace Touchtone of Bar- County Attorney Harry Johns- capable" officer. He was voted pirin. Insecticides accounted for
I, his second four-year term as sher- 204 cases, cleaning and polishing
Haiti. tow were Sunday guests of her ton told the commission that in
view of the iff in the May primary elections of agents 163; kerosene 126.
I sister, Mrs. M. F. George.Mr. opinion the registrar
George Smith of Canal Point is ( 1960. ..- .
is without to hire
authority an in-
and Mrs. H. V. Stalls of Miami ... own
c recuperating at his home following vestigator.The Frankie Garcia, of Mr. and
, a weeks stay in the Everglades I' returned home Wednesday afternoon commission voted to send Mrs. Jessie Hughes of Bryanthad Mrs. Albert Garcia of Tampa left
after a three days visit with
" Memorial Hospital where he was I sister Groham full context of the At- as her house guests several last Sunday for his home after
his Mrs. M. F. '
: treated for a back injury. I Canal Point. **" George of I'I'I torney General's opinion, plus oth- days last week her niece and fam- spending the past six weeks aS
er information in the file. The ily, Mr. and Mrs. T. D. Shaver and guest of his grandparents Mayor

: David Ramey left last,week following Rev. C. J. Smyly, Secretary af board also voted to advise ,the daughters Donna and Cynthia of and Mrs. Duncan Padgett in Paho-

a weeks visit with his par- the Department of Training Union I registrar that matters of this type Montgomery, Alabama. kee.
ents, Mr and Mrs. George Ram y for the Florida Baptist Convene .
should come to the attention of the
I of Pahokee for: Canada where lie tion and former pastor of Canal:
I t commission before final action 1-
will be the guest for the next week Point Baptist Church was a re- could be taken.XRayUnitTo. 1I

, of Lt. S. Smith of Cincinnati, Ohio, cent visitor of the Stewarts. .
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after'which time he will return to Rev. and Mrs. Charles D. Stew I

I his studies at the. University of art of Canal Point had as their

I Fla. guests last,Thursday afternoon his I I Visit I ;;yoAl.c >.:''.i'R f x ,;

brother, Alex Stewart and his
Horace Scruggs, son of Mr. and, I I
t daughter, Margaret, also his 17i N
I son Palm Beach County I
Mrs. A. H. Scruggs of Canal Point p' 5' ,
and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. I ''4yk'- "
has been
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Robert Stewart of Albany, Geor-
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t gia. They were enroute to West The mobile X-ray unit of the ', ltN
Georgia as an apprentice in the
Palm Beach.Warren. I State Board of Health is being assigned -
Tool and Die
: Department and,will .
1 to Palm Beach for
I, begin classes.September 5. He has County
Repper Has seven weeks, from September 1
been visiting his brother-in-law and I '.5I
October 20 Emmett S.
sister Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Garrettin through ,
Drag: Race Trophies Roberts; President of the Palm I I Y aw A a'! .+ '' ,.
Atlanta for the past two weeks. I
Beach County Tuberculosis and j :
Mr. and Mrs. D. H. Mullis and Warren 'Repper of Canal Point, Health Association announced to-

young son Dannie of Cocoa were a drag-racing enthusiast has ten day.Free

the weekend house guests of her trophies to show for his racing chest X-rays for the pur- .

parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. S. Stokesin abilities in his "purple corvette pose of,locating unsuspected tuber- a

Canal Point and also visited his racer."* culosis, cancer, certain heart con- ..iY

parents Mr. and Mrs. Chester Mul- For the past twelve weekends he ditions and other abnormalities of

lis Pahokee.. drove his purple racer in the races the chest will be available to all '

in Miami, Ft. Myers and Davie and,! adults 18 years of age and over, 4 ti J9y
Mr. and Mrs. Basil Todd and won ten trophies in the place wins. through the cooperation of the

daughter Melanie returned on Sun- The state drag races will be heldon County Health Department, State

day to their home in Plant City the Buckingham Drag Racing Board of Health, and the Tuber- I

after spending several days in Pa- : Course iff Ft. Myers and Warren culosis and Health Association.

I hokee with his parents. Mr. and plans to enter two racers in this "Thisia a comparatively short I
I :Mrs.:c. M.: Todd. I II
3 I event; hid: old stand-by the "Purple time for the unit to be in this coun-

Mr. and Mrs. Osceola Upthe- Corvette" and a new "White El- ty. The association urges everyoneto .' '

grove and son Eddie of Canal Point Camino' Chevrolet." Don Gist of take, advantage of this oppor-- '1' ; Just say the word / :1

spent last week vacationing at,the the Coast. is planning to race two tunity to check themselves. The I. : :
McDonald's Cottages on Singer of his cars in this contest. earlier TB or any disease of the *
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Insurance Needs fully it can .be treated", Mr. Rob and suddenly, you're savingJpJN i

Eva Lea Riffey of Sebring spent erts added. .

last week in Canal Point as guest Will Be Studied .Junior and Senior Womens's ';' .

of her grandmother, Mrs. Ida Butler Clubs, American Legion Auxiliaries z;; .5 .
and other relatives. A county commission committee and the Woman's Civic Club :: : /J !
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Tommie; Mullin returned to, Ca- this'week is' slated to start study- are among the organizations sup'plying ;
ing the county's need for insurance volunteers to ,work with
nal Point Tuesday from Michcigan
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where he spent the Summer work- on county rolling equipment. Commissioner the'Unit, the'various areas.The : : WHERE YOU WORK :

ing in the vegetable'deals. He has Lake ,Lytal heads the unit is scheduled to beginin 1. 1,
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enrolled as a freshman in Palm 'committee which inclines Commissioners I Jupiter, September 1, from
Paul Rardin and E. F. 10:00 to 1:00 and from 2:00 to 5:00P. ':
It' takes little .
:Beach: Junor College. only seven words to start you on a ... ,
Van Kessel. County Attorney M. It will continue down the
of automatic
the
"Put .
k program caving. me on
Mrs. George Ramey of Pahokee Harry Johnston D. Sanderson coast until the final week, whenit Payroll Savings Plan I"1 What's more, you don't :Ii!
Is spending this week visiting her ,purchasing agent and a represent-' will be in the Glades area. ;
have to go far to say them. Juet them to your
;son-in-law and daughter Mr. and ative from the county engineering Friday, October 13 Okeelanta say s "
employer. He'll do all the work: set aside the 11 I
:Sirs.: Hugh G. Miller, HE In Rock- department. Sugar Camp, 2 to 5 p. m.
deliver
-- amount you choose from your check and i j
ledge. Monday, October 16, ClewistonB for '
your Bonds when you've accumulated enough
& B Supermarket, 10 to 1 p. m.
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Ron Ter Hair and Bob Cote of a purchase. \ ,
Tuesday October 17, Belle Glade j'j
Pahokee are vacationing in Deland The Bonds buy 3$49& interest to
Corner of Ave. "A" and Main you now pay ,

.and Daytona Beach. I : I St, 10 to 1 p. m. and 2 to 5 p. m. maturity-and keep earning for 10 years after ,
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Mrs. Adaline Stuckey of Paho- Wednesday, October 18 Belle Glade maturity. ''

Icee returned home Monday from a I II -Loading Zone 1 to 4 p. m. and 5 So, say the word. Sign up now _- < j

weekend visit with friends and relatives to 8 p. m.Thursday to.buy Bonds regularly where : "\I

in West Palm Beach. I II October 19, Pahokee- you work through the Payroll ( I i
Corner of Lake Avenue and 1st Savings Plan. ;
Mrs. Fred Brock and young son Street, 10 a. m. to 1 p. m. and 2 to 'Ii

Billy of Norfolk Va., accompanied I I 5 p. m. {

by her mother, Mrs. H. C. Brown- Friday, October 20 .Canal Point s,

ing of Canal Point arrived here 1 I -Post Office 10 a. m. to 1 p. m. t You'save more than money with ,

last Wednesday. .Mrs. Browning IW. and 2 to 5 p. m. -lJ
'.' has,been the guest of her daughter
.'and family for the past ,month I I U.S. Savings Bonds

.Mrs. Brock and baby plan to visit e... .... Final reports revealed that, the : -1i

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is working.' on a,job away: .... rolled 102 in the Vacation Bible ;; J 7'1. 'Treasury Department thanks, for ;_ I
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r.li 1 1I r Young Women In 1 I r Accidents Lower \ -


I I! Association; Meet I I In First 6 Months ,

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I The Young Women's Associationof I I I TALLAHASSEE Industrial \
the Palm Lake Association
I met
accidents in Florida dropped to !
Monday 7:30 p. m. at the First
92.00O during the first six monthsof
Baptist\ Church, of Pahokee. Six
this year, or 3,000, lower than
churches were represented and the comparable period for last :

banquet places were set for sixty- year, but fatalities for each of the ;
i five young women and their lead:
six months periods remained at 82. 1
I ers. Mrs. David Unwin was in
Workmen's Compensation claims
-,.... .. 4- + 4, ,N' ''' charge of the banquet, and Mrs. received, January-June, 1961, 92- ,

: ) First Methodist The Church Of God Christian Sci nceGroup' Lee Shirley, Pahokee YWA Director 000; claims processed, 92,404; !

Church Pahokee introduced Mrs. Irene Dan- disabling, 25,853, nondisabling, i
Of Prophecy PahokeeCanal Of Canal Point
j ner of Lake Worth, the Associa- '
I tional Director. 66,419, fatalities, 82. January-June, i
1960 claims received, 95,000; I
i Rev. T. C. O'Steen Point Rqad I I Strong assurance of man's God- At the close of the banquet Mrs. disabling
claims 99,595,
processed
SUNDAY: John H. Kinard, pastor given right to conquer every form Danner presided over the' businessand 26,555; nondisabling, 72,958 fatalities I
8:45 a.'m.-Church School 10:00 a. m.-Sunday School of evil will be given Sunday in the following young ladies 82.State. I

11:00 a. -Morning Worship 11:00:: a. m.-Preaching Service Christian Science church services. were installed as officers for the / Industrial Commission w\
6:45 p. .-MYF 7:45 Evangelistic Service 1961-62. Elaine Orr of West
year
p. Paul's striking words to the Romans Chairman A. Worley Brown said I
7:45
p. m.Evening :Worship Palm Beach inducted
8:00 p. m. Tuesday- V. L. B. was presi-
TUESDAY: ((8) are included in the Bible the decrease in industrial accidentswas
dent of the Associational
8:00 B. Young
p. m. 'l'hursday-W..JL
7:00 .Vesper Choir readings in the Lesson-Sermon en- 3.2 per cent, while the total
p. prac
\ Everyone welcome. Special musio Womens Association, installed with
titled "Man" nonfarm employment in the state
ticeWEDNESDAY : "Who shall separateus
her were Donna Sipes, West Palm
' and singing. ;
:' from the love of Christ? shall was 1,320000; January-June, 1961
.. .- Beach as vice president; Helen
7:45 m.-Wd-week devotions tribulation as compared to 1,330,000, January-
p. or distress or persecution Grace of Lake ,
) Worth secretary;
8:30 p. m.-Senior Choir_ practice. ,- The Methodist: Church or famine, or nakedness, Jean Wjlburn of West Palm Beach, June 1960. ; or a decrease of .8 per

or pearl, or,sword? ,. Nay, in all j chairman Jean Wells cf cent.
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Canal Point Florida; ,these things we are more than 1 I program "Despite the fact that injuries
Lake Worth, chairman
I stewardship dropped, due ,to the efforts of a
I anal'PoFirst Robert A. Shelley, Pastor. conquerors through him that loved I I ; Tina Harris West Palm
us." limited field force of safety rep-
SUNDAY: : Beach, Prayer Chairman; Janice
A resentatives, the number of, injur-
Baptist ChurchElder 10:00 a. m.-Church School correlative passage from "Sci- Jones of West Palm Beach
. ies should show a further substan-
ence and Health with Key to theScriptures"
11:00 Missions Com-I
a. m.-Morning Worship munity ; Patsy
tial decrease when the field force
R.E.Barfield 6:30 p. m.-Youth Fellowship by Mary Baker Eddy 'Pahokee, Pianist; Carol Cox, S

. SUNDAY: 7:30 p. .-Evening Worship states (pp. 303, 304): Palm Beach choir leader;; and Dianne I of safety" Brown representatives out.is increased
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10:00.a. m.-Sunday School_ MONDAY: "Spiritual man is the image cr Raulerson of. Lake Worth, as pointed
idea of God, idea which cannot He called upon management and
11:00 a. m.- Morning Worship 3:15 p.,m.Youth Choir practice an (Historian.
of the
labor to take advantage
" 7:00 p. m.-B. T. C. TUESDAY: be lost nor separated from its divine Speaker for the evening was a
8:00 p. m.-Evening Worship 8:00 p. m.-Woman's Society Principle When the evidence missionary from Nigeria. nationally recognized supervisor'ssafety
WEDNDESDAY: 1st Tuesday before the material senses yieldedto The next Associational !meeting course which is available

l 7:30 p. m.-Midweek Prayer 2nd MONDAY: spiritual sense, the apostle de- will be held November in Lake free on request from the Commission's -

. Service 7:30 p. m-Esther Class meeting I clared that nothing could alienate Worth. Department of Industrial

2nd and 4th TUESDAYS: WEDNESDAY: him from God, from the sweet -. ..- Safety. ....

7:30 p. m.-Ladies Auxiliary 7:30 p.,m.-Prayer Meeting I sense and presence of Life and J. G. Weeks Named -
.Meeting. ii:" Truth" I "Spirit Of The Lord"WSCS

... S. S. SuperintendentThe
Church Of God
'Is SubjectThe
NEW YEAR PLANSAt

Canal Point Barfield Highway I Canal Point Baptist Church,
the Officers and Teachers upon the recommendation of the Canal Point Women's So-

Baptist ChurchRev. Pahokee, Florida Meeting in the Canal Point Baptist Church Nominating Committee, ciety of Christian Service of the

9:45 A. M.-Sunday School] Church' Wednesday night, plans and with the consent of the nominees Methodist Church meets Sept. 5,
Charles D. Stewart, Pastor 11:00 A. 'M.-Morning Worship were formulated concerning Pro- elected J. G. Weeks to serveas Tuesday, 8 p. m. in the old parsonage

SUNDAY: 7:30 P. }.{.-Evangelistic Service motion Day Ceremonies..which will Sunday School Superintendent, building. Mrs. W. K. Buchanan
9:45 a. m.-Sunday School 7:30 P. 1!.Tuesday Prayer Meet: be held on Sunday, September' 3. and Mrs. R. J. Maxson to serve as will present a program on
11:00 a. m.-Morning Worship ing The New Church Year begins Training Union Director for 1961- '"The Spirit of The Lord" and Mrs.
6:30 p. m.-Training Union. 7:30 P. M. Thursday-Y. P. E. Octobert 1, 1962. J. H. Miller will be hostess.
. 7i30 p. m.-Evening Worship -
' WEDNESDAY:
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Holy Nativity ,
i 7:30 p. m.-Prayer Meeting.

! ". Episcopal Church :.. '

The Pahokee! Church Pahokee t

; Of The Nazarene M. Wendell Haimin, vicar
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a mIse
433 Bacom Paint Rd. 10 a. m.-Sunday School
U a.'m.-Worship Service
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SUNDAY 9:45 a.,SERVICES m.-Sunday:. School St. Mary's Catholic. ...' .

11:00 a. m.-Sunday Worship. ChurchFather -_.. : -'. .. '

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7:00 p. ra.-Sunaay Evening Francis Fennech,. Pastor. ,'. .f'"'';,.;, r. .; ,..w -,,' ..'.'.

Evangelistic Service.. '" Sunday Mass -11:30 a. m. : ....?"."L' : .r ,.,.. 'r.1
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7:30 p. m.-Midweek' Prayer. .: -. .I AMY4r
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August Koerber, Pastor :
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8:00 p. m.-Evening Worship 1 That's why we salute: r., t\ :-

[ ,WEDNESDAY- 8:00 p. m.-:Prayer+Meeting.' '4' f: OURUTV T Thafs why we pledge allegiance.to her .

That pledge, in its'simplest terms, ,'
lit another way of saying,"."Count me 4,;

: rn-.tou're,my country and: love you. :n '
and'need you.Your problems arel ,

Saks : my problems, and I'm''ith-you'. : I s '
Monday'Cattle -
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Are regularly held ;the;; Glades Livestock Market problem is the perpetual responsibility_* "
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which is owned and operated by more than 120 for keeping the peace its people y.b'
want. You can help with this 1
Florida Cattlemen. problem by remembering.this:
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at this Market.We make an effort at all times to givean .military and industrial strength. .
Money.fpr science and education.Axu3noney .
outstanding service to buyer and seller:: Give usI saved$:y jndivofuats".. ",.>.
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I ttrong.Bonds provide this money.
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SALES ,EVERY MONDAY AT 1 p. m. .
Help Strengthen! America's Peace Power

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A: With Series E Bonds the rate turns $18.75 into You buy E Bonds at.75ojo of face value and the .
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'1 Your savings increase faster 'because your Bonds m+ooma for living ezpenses winle E Bonds build a 4 .
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;See Florida This Summer. ... Missionary GroupIn New Style Numbers

ii, Regular MeetThe Planned For PhonesAll ;


r: BiidsGather at Duck Rock-T fc lersl Too general meeting of' the telephones-installed in Belle I!
-, Womens Missionary Society of the Glafle, South Bayr Bean City, and i
Lake Harbor after September" it, i
'" Canal Point Baptist Church was ,
.:. \ held Monday 8 p. m. in the Church '1961, will be assigned telephone I
,q t with the out-going president Mrs.. numbers comprised of seven num-
),,r,> qp'' : Charles Stewart presiding. erals and no Letters it was an- j
kx. ,:ft,''rob t :7-.I. y.' w'k,.,: ,A.: ,. 4. 'tt' ry pounced' Bob Lee for
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) ry, ,.', >. ;.,vk.a :...: jxj?(, "o',ytxr._,,. ct':. \,.....a;,;?,,. Leader, presented a most interesting Southern Bell Telephone Companyhere.
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L 'k C. ,;.2 ,,x.t"t. program
beam Band". She was assisted by "Don't be surprised if information

four children of her band, Terryl gives you a number of seven

''t- .., ,:,'.," Echols, Mack Wright, Lucky and numerals", ''Lee said. "It may
. .. lit< Cindy Botlzer. sound strange at first, but it's the
The report fo the nominating new kind of numbers well all have

committee was given by Mrs. An- in the future.Meanwhile.
} nie Jones the chairman. The fol- if you call infor-
1 1ro lowing officers are to be installedat mation for the number of anyone

t An wv+ I the September meeting; Mrs.J. who has moved since September
V D. Latham, president; Mrs. J. 1st you may find they've been
[ S. Atkins;vice president; and Mrs.S. given a seven-digit number. This is'
f 3t tJF A. Nall, secretary.Mr. one of the first steps locally in the I
! V to "All Number Calling".
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f family of Miami, former residents permit telephone service to keep
r fi Ctcn:. ? of Canal Point are moving backto pace with population growth and
their home here this weekend.He increasing telephone usage.CLASSIFIED .
;L '? is employed in the tractor shopof .. -

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; Tours from Everglades City and Miami are being sponsored again this year by the National Audubon. ,
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t:; I I Sanctuary spoonbills and scores of other 'birds in their natural habitat .may be seen frpm tour boats. \
'" Tiny Duck Rock serves as a rookery during four months of the year. I WILEY TILLIS '-,: \
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t Reservations should be made I ing the central ridge of Florida General Building ContractorBox
Duck Rock Is Home
through National Audubon Socie- through the Kissimmee River
ty, 143 N. E. 3rd Ave., Miami 32, system. 54 PAHOKEE I Ph. 7127

For Rare Birds cir by phone, Miami, Franklin Huge levees and ,flood gates dg- .
1-2595. fine the lower shores of the Lake I
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' Apart from these short boat which is famous for its bass fish- "
offered into the Everglades Once to+++++lIt toot j t t J 1 t I I ; t J t'J lIt 1 It J 1 I t t I | j i il I I I I I I I
t Duck Rock is strictly for the tours are ing. a portion of the lake
. birds. National Park from Everglades bottom, thousands of acres of incredibly -
For here each year on a tiny I City and Chokoloskee at rich muckland now bring THEATRELAKE

""' three-acre island-15 miles southof frequent intervals daily. multiple, harvests of truck vege-
Everglades City on Florida's Actually, the Everglades or tables in a year.Clewiston .
, extreme south Gulf coastwhiteibis Sea of Grass is unlike any other on U. S. 27 is on the LAKE DRIVE-IN

herons, egrets, and, spoonbills area on earth. Everglades City south: shore of the lake, markingthe Pabokee .. ,_ Pahpkee-Belle Glade 'Road
I gather by the tens of thousands. near the intersection of highways center of Florida's sugar in- ,
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Duck Rock is a rookery ,a I 41 and 29 is the Western Water dustry. Free guided tours are of. -
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breeding place for gregarious fowl. Gateway to 2,100/square miles of. fered. -
And every summer during June,' the Park. Belle Glade, Pahokee, and Canal SUNDAY-MONDAY -TUESDAY
July, August and September In the Everglades is the south- Point U. S. 4441 -:- are on the 8 UNDAYMONDAYTIQESDAYSEPTEMBER S-4-5
swarms of these shore birds sweep ernmost point of the United States eastern shore of the'Lake. A yacht SEPTEMBER 3-4-5

in for a stay at their swampy mainland. The Glades are the only, basin is at Pahokee, serving boats "THE 3 WORLDS

lodge. They come in endless flocks, I subtropical area in the continental crossing the state on the Intra- "LADIES MAN OF GULLIVER"KERWIN
winging in to roost in the man-' United States. coastal Waterway.
grove trees after feeding in the Within the, Glades are a vast Highway 27 from Miami ends at MATHEWS AND
surrounding shallows. labyrinth of waterways wellusedby Flamingo, a community within the I JERRY LEWIS, HELEN JUNE THORBURN

Fact is, tourists and visitors to' outboards and some cabin craft area of the Everglades Natona j' TRAUBEL & KATHLEENAI-
Duck Rock many of whom be- Here may be seen' the unspoiled Park. FREEMAN
come enthusiastic bird wathers for beauty of nature fascinating The Natonal Park includes partsof I "A Dog's Best Friend"it
animal and bird life, and. for the the Florida Keys.'
the first time are getting to be II! t I I I M..H. ,.!,, .H.in. | 11i M 1111ii i n n i i t n, n u i u *
about as dependable as the swal- angler ,some of the finest sport Among the more than 230 variet
fishing in America. ies of birds found in the Park are
lows at Capistrano.So III f M IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII 11111111111 J'*-J 1111111111)'
many people are visiting the Nearby are the Ten Thousand bald eagles, herons, limpkins and
Islands. Island beaches are close roseate spoonbills. Once ruthlessly .f
area, the National _Aubudon So-
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ciety is sponsoring again this year at hand, offering superb swim- slaughtered, the roseate spoon-
its Duck Rock tours by boat to ming, surf fishing, and, shelling.In bills became nearly extinct. A few
take sightseers, amateur photo- the Everglades are the vill- in the, Everglades have been care-
of the Seminole Indians who and. in-
ages fully protected are now
graphers, ornithologists, or the
played part in the his- :creasing number.
just plain curious over for a'first
hand looksee. tory of Florida ,and have retained The only wild crocodiles in the
. The entire Everglades region, many =t>f their customs of a hundred nation can be found in the Park

with Duck Rock and a hundred oth- years ago. Air boat rides of and on,a few of the Keys- Alliga-
er fascinating spots for the traveler fer'the unique,'experience of skimming tors, black bear, panthers, wild-

is one of the areas recommended over'water only a few. inches cats, otters, raccoons, and white I
.r by the Governor's Tourism deep and reaching areas otherwise tail deer still inhabit the area. i h
S Committee inaccessible.In More than 600 varieties of fish i N
)Steering and the Florida '
f Development Commission. the immediate area aroundthe abound in the waters of,the _Park.

., Nearby is Corkscrew Swamp Glades there are many side Seen aU'ot Florida Not before
Sanctuary off the Immokalee- trips to points of .interest all you've had a real good look at the

** Naples highway from the Tamiami within a short drive. Sixteen miles Glades. !
I ARE YOU EYEING .
west of U. S. 41 is Palm
Trail -,also operated by the Na- Royal I
tional Audubon Society, Hammock and the beautiful Col- Visitors ReturnTo
Well hit*.by Hurricane Donna ier-Seminole State Park, which A New Home I
last September ,a n d suffering offers free camping facilities. Georgia Home

damage especially to its giant On State Road 92 are the pict- -
trees it had been feared that birds uresque towns of Goodland and Mr. and Mrs. J. T.. Strahan and Home Financing Is Our Specialty

would shy away from Corkscrew.Not Marco, where fine accommodationsare sons, R/jnnie and Travis, are guests
the case. Reports have it that also available. North of Everglades this week of her parents, Mr. and When you finance your home here, you deal witha
the birds are returning in great City on State Road 29 is the Mrs. I. G. Thompson..
local association with headquarters right herein
numbers and for the early season town Copeland.. Starting at this The Strahan's have been vaca-
,are as plentiful as ever. village and driving west the visitor tioning in Nassau this past week. our community, and whose officers and em- '
Starting June 24 and continuing finds a new scenic drive. Deer They will return to their home in
ployees are sincerely interested in seeing that
through September 3, 1961, the and many species of birds and wildlife Savannah Ga., where Ronnie will ;
National Audubon Society will operate may often be seen from the .. enter B. C. Military School and you attain true, debt-free home ownership. ,
. ?.> one-day tours each Wednes- road. Travis will re-enter U of Ga.
,day and Saturday to Duck Rock. East of Everglades Cty is the Travis' schooling was broken by a '.. 111111111111111111 I '
This tour fee is $16.50 per person Village of, Ochopee, which claims tour with the Coast Guard..
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from Miami and $12 per person the smallest post office in the Unit- .
:from Everglades City. Fee includes ed States. The island town of Cho- Out of'town guest here for the Everglades Federal
: a picnic supper.In koloskee (causeway joins it now.) funeral of 1L F. George were Mr."
addition, each Saturday and is another favorite stopover. and Mrs. H. V. Stalls Miami;

Sunday a two-day trip, originates Between LaB ne and Ochopee Is Frank George, Houston; Mr. and SAVINGS & LOAN ASSOCIATION
only In Miami and the fee is $25 Immokalee, major processing and Mrs.: F. H.; Stalls of Lake Placid; SAVINGS IXStTIUED UP TO $10.00011 IfaUBKAL feAVCO8
v per person. This includes picnic shipping point for vegetables.At Mrs., Dough Clark and daughter, AND WAN DOCRANCB CXMWORATXOtt ,
. supper and all transportation but the .northern end "of the Lake Wales; Mrs C. R. Wether- 41 .. W. ATtB* WB1 GIAM sheet n tft .
not overnight, lodging or othermeals. Glades is Lake, Okeecbobee, withan togton, Sr., Fort Lauderdale; and
., area of 740 square miles, drain Rev. Samuel Jordan Hialeah.r miiniiiiiniteMMMMtiMHP

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