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 Material Information
Title: The Everglades news
Alternate title: Belle Glade news
Alternate Title: News
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Everglades News Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Canal Point Palm Beach County Fla
Creation Date: February 2, 1962
Publication Date: -1967
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Canal Point (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Belle Glade (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Palm Beach County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Palm Beach -- Canal Point
United States -- Florida -- Palm Beach -- Belle Glade
Coordinates: 26.861944 x -80.630556 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1924.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 44, no. 30 (Sept. 29, 1967).
General Note: Editor: Howard Sharp, <1924-1928>.
General Note: Publisher: Louis S. Goolsby, <1929>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 37 (Nov. 21, 1924).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 001981538
oclc - 32615395
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System ID: UF00079910:00110
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Succeeded by: Glades observer
Succeeded by: Everglades observer

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PUBLISHED WEEKLY IN CANAL POINT BV'AUL RARDINC1RCU.LATING


THROUGHOUT THE VAST AGRICULTURAL AREA OF PALM" 'BtACH. COUNTY

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4.8 Miles US27 On South Side Of Lake To Cost $1,452,000





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1 ,Missouri Builder i CO-OP PRESIDENT GOVERNOR U.S.S.C. PRESIDENT I,SRD Member Says !


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1 Underbidding all Florida con-I I L h John Monahan, member of the I-I
tractors by nearly a half million State Road Board, in an exclusive
dollars, a contractor from Cape interview at Tampa Tuesday, told
Jerardeaih Missouri, was ,the apparent Editor-Publisher Paul Rardin of
\ low bidder on 4.8 miles of The Everglades News that by the
t US 27 on the south side of Lake end of the Bryant administration in
J Okeechobee at a SRD road letting L three years all of US27 betweenthe I
f i in Tampa Tuesday. R. B. Potash-I I Hendry County Line and South I
:'I 1{ nick,bid in the1 ftb'at $1,542,601.00.j I Bay will be completely four-laned.
.'I The bids' were received at 3. I I At the Tampa meeting Tuesday, a I
I State .Road Department. meetinging -I contract for the 4.8 miles of that
in Tampa_ attended by County stretch was let to a Missouri con- II
Commissioner Paul Rardin, rep- .
.,I GEORGE WEDGWORTH FARRIS BRYANT HARRY T. VAUGHN tractor for$1.452,601.00.The
resenting Palm Beach County. Tuesday letting included a ",
f j The road, which parallels the 2.3 mile stretch of the road from
''f r southwest perimeter of Lake (,! chobee, will be four-laned. It is the I Beach county, line and one eastward ,
c'._ ,first link_ in an overall four-laning I info Palm Beachcqunty2j5. I
job that will reach from'Clewistonto Sugar Industry; Has A Look At Housing. miles to Bare Beach.- The new road ...

\\f South,Bay. ... will parallel,the government dike.
The vitally-needed widening of: -- Tuesday's letting of the 2.5 miles
Military Trail, one of the county's Florida's number' one citizen the governor around the area. ir. Palm Beach County left a totalof
I busiest north-south arteries, will 9.5 miles,in, this county to be
Governor Farris Bryant "-- took a Governor Bryant for
cost $511,631, according to the' apparent many years completed in three years if U"e"
low bid submitted by Week- I look at the Lake Okeechobee Farming has been friendly to the Lake Region statement by the road board mem-
ley Paving Co., Inc., of Hallandale.
ber is to be fulfilled.
The would for four- Region's No. 1 new industry last' and his visit last Friday was a good
/I money go Through the years (the past 20
laning the Trail from four points Friday afternoon when he was shown omen of continued friendshp for this at least) much has been said and
.I'' to approximately 1,000 feet north first hand the booming sugar industry fast growing section of Palm Beach written about "Corkscrew Highway" -
of Okeechobee Road, a distance off
2.3 miles. Included in the plans are A ,whirlwind tour of the Glades County, On his trip he asked' to see by this and awful the piece many of deaths road border-caused

side ,walks, two 24-foot lanes withan section of Palm: Beach County acquainted first hand the housing conditions and. ing Lake Okeechobee on the south.

18-foot median strip. the governor with the boom- housing that is available for the folks I The county board of commissioners' -

Both county, commissioners and had time growth of the sugar business and who till the crops of corn, beans and and the state legislature have
school board members have in effort to
worked
II untiringly an
frequent petitions and requests to the immensity of the plantings how other vegetables along with the upcoming I Lave something done about it.

do something about the hazards for going on. The distinguished vistor acres and acres of sugar cane. Now, that a cooperative state road

school.school children who must walk to was,met at Pahokee Airport by,many Governor Bryant had a look at the board member is receptive to the

The third job bid Tuesday was a I:I local sugar 'and vegetable: growers migratory camps in Canal PointPa-: idea that motorists something will can be rest done.It assured.

bridge over the Boynton Canal in, who accompanied him on the trip. hokee and Belle Glade and was favorably la thought that another con-

Boynton Beach, in connection with I George Wedgworth, president of impressed with places for human tract will be let soon after July 1
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of U. S. 1.
the present Brothers four-laning:Construction C9. Sugar Cane Growers Co-operative of habitation. When he visited of this year on another stretch of
Cleary the road. :Monahan is definite
'.'-%|? of West Palm Beach is apparent Florida with:-a' $13,000,000.00 mill some of the private housing developments and concise Mr.in his answers to all

!t ". :low, bidder, ,, with an estimate of under construction on Airport Road and many of the'shacks used questions about US 27 from Clew

$117,693, for the bridge. .', at Belle Glade, and Harry: T. for homes by l laborers in this area he iston to South Bay. "I am committed .

'" 'Vaughn, president of the United; wasn't favorably impressed, and the I. to-build this highway. I plan to
Will Visit Atlanta build it all the way into South Bay
States. Sugar with lack of smile his face
Attend Corporation an- satisfactory on by the end of this administration,"
Lennox Meet
other 13000000.00 mill under con- told his informers in no uncertain the road board member concludedhis

Harry Brooks Elarbee plans to struction at Canal Point headed the words that everything was not so rosy interview with The EvergladesNews

leave Saturday for Atlanta, Geor I' group of Glades men who showed in these areas. editor.Rep -
gia, to attend the Lennox'NationalDealers I :. '
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Meeting for central air Cowart Is Back

conditioning and heating. There: I Supervisors Say March Of Dimes Tag Sales Lagging On Job At LaundryRep
will be a showing of new equipmentas Collects $396 CashThe
well as a school at Lennox In-
dustries at Lennox plant in Decatur Thanks To VotersThe During Last DaysFebruary Cowart', owner and operatorof
Georgia. March of Dimes drive in the Cowart's Laundry and Dry

Harry is sales engineer for I Canal Point-Pahokee area was: Cleaning plant, in Pahokee, is backon
three supervisors who ope- 20 is the deadline for
Mathis-Boe in Belle Glade and Boe'sin sponsored by the Xi Alpha Mu So- the job this week after a serious
Pahokee. He plans to be away rate East Beach Drainage District rority with Mrs. Marshall Lair in buying auto tags and after that illness of: several weeks. Rep's
from February 4 to,6th. this week express their sincere charge. The Beta Omicron Sororitywith : the Highway Patrol will be lookingfor condition for several; weeks was
-- thanks to the freeholders in the Mrs. J. V. Thomas, Jr., helped you. If you're interested in buying touch and go and his friends and
MARRIED 50 YEARSOn district for the decisive vote they with the drive. Mrs. Lair says the I a tag wthout standing in line relatives weren't, so sure just what
toDorrow-Saturday, Febru- 'polled last Friday in giving an official drive was quite successful. The in line and waiting your turn, why was going to happen. After being
ary 3, 1962-Mr. and Mrs. R. P. I okeh to the $300,000 bond issue sororities together collected $396. don't you make a trip to the Glades' hospitalized: for weeks and weekshe
Fletcher of Pahokee will celebrate money from which is to be I ..- Office Building and buy'one today?' began to respond to treatmentand
their 50th wedding anniversary.The used to' rehabilitate the entire Mr.,and Mrs. Chandler Mcllwainof Mrs. George C. Young and her efficient is now on the mend. Returningto
Fletchers have been residentsof drainage district Fort Lauderdale visited their crew of assistants' will be work last week for a few hoursa
Pahokee for 30 years. They will The election was held at the Pa- parents :Mr. and Mrs. E. F. Mcll more than happy to hand you out a day, he has,been taking it easy
celebrate tomorrow's event quietly I I hokee School gymnasium and 416 wain'of Pahokee during the past tag when the proper amount of and th..tir1e.he.. will be as good as
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, Page Two < "< .... t- --* The Everglades News, Canal Point, Florida Friday. February.. 1962
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I 1I !; Cancer. Society To ed as cancer control measures 1 i Pleasure Boaters
throughout the State.

I I Start 1962, DriveMore I I Jeww W. Speidel n, New YOrk,1 I Use IntracoastalPleasure

J I u :: ==;J I Vice President of Crusade ,I '

than seventy volunteers,I American Cancer Society, Inc., -I boaters used the intra*

--- LThe representing,fourteen County Unitsof preside at the afternoon general as coastal waterway in northeast

the Florida Division of the I sembly. He will head a panel which Florida last year more than ever

American Cancer Society, will will discUS3 "Why 2,000,000 Americans before, the Florida State Chamberof
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meet in West Palm Beach, Thursday are Crusading against cancer Commerce said yesterday.

February 8, to discuss and be -the: disease which still strikes "Passings at the Palm Valley

briefed on plans for the 1962 Educational -: two of three American families:' bridge, at the entrance to the

and Fund-Raising Crusade. -- waterway, came to 3,257 during the

of the organization.Dr. i Valentine Dance, Is year, 4 per cent above the 1960 pas

I. B. Lees, President of the I sings. The use of the waterway at
v *" Scheduled
a.2r Palm Beach County Unit will wel- Saturday this point has virtually doubled in
Rardin Building In Canal Point FloridaTHE I
come the assembly of Cancer Crusade -,'I I the past ten years, as measured by
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LAKE OKEECHOBEE REGION HOME OF chairmen and key volunteerswho I Beta Sigma Phi's annual Valen'l the number of pleasure craft pass-
will participate in the confer- tine dance will be held in ings at the bridge. Anohter high

THE EVERGLADES NEWSServing ence, represented by the following room of the Pahokee Elks Club I point was set by 503 southbound

counties; Brevard, Indian River, Saturday night, from 10"to 2, with passings during Nov., the highest

the Lake Okeechobee Farming.Region Without Okeechobee, St. Lucie, Martin: Joe Bonni and his orchestra furnishing I monthly total on record.

Interruption Every Week for More Than 30 Years Glades, Charlotte, Lee Hendry,I the music. I II "The waterway is used by most

Palm Beach, Collier, Broward, Final plans for th'e dance were pleasure craft bound for south
Established March 11, 1924 Published Every Friday I
Dade and Monroe counties. I made by the committee in charge Florida points during fall and

Subscription Price $2.00 Year In Advance This conference will convene at at a meeting at the home of the I winter months. Southbound pass- .

The Everglades News Is Entered at the Post OfficeIn Palm Beach Towers where regis- chairman, Mrs. Frances Moore ings at the bridge came .to 1,787

Canal Point Florida, as Second Class Matter tration will start at 11:15 a. m. Mrs. Walta Nell Nason of the Xi last year, including local traffic"as
l Luncheon will be served at 12:00: Beta Tau Chapter is chairman of well as out-of-state boats. Larger

Paul Rardin ...- Owner Editor, Publisher noon and the general session will the subcommittee that will preparethe craft often take the Ocean route to

begin at 1:00 p. m. Dean --D. 1C throne for the sorority queen return north during the spring, resulting -
I Highway 'Patrol To I New Kind Of BoomIn Stanley, University of Florida who is to preside at the dance. in fewer northbound pass

Step Up ProgramA Gainesville, will preside the 1962 Mrs. Dorothy Hillier of Xi Alpha ings at the waterway bridge. An

Volunteer Chairman of the Florida Mu.Chapter and her subcommitteewill indication of the number of larger
Fk This Year
) stepped-up enforcement program Cancer Crusade Committee. decorate the ballroom, while pleasure boats which visit Floridais
the serving of refreshments will be shown in the difference
was ordered by Florida High- Homer E. Hooks, Lakeland Vol- between
untary State Crusade Director for under the direction of Mrs. Nina north and southbound traffic. Last
way Patrol Commander H. N. Kirk- MIAMI-The president of a national -
Hatton of,the Beta Omicron Chapter year the difference stood 317
counties the 1962 Crusade, will open the at ,
in witha
man today major business research firm has
and We and her subcommittee.DR. well above the 1960 figure of 215.
meeting speak on "Why
high frequency of fatalities.He predicted Florida in 1962 will experience _
I Are Here." He will out to II. "Use of the waterway
said point by com-
the troopers would give the start of a "new kind ofboom"
; the assembly that the Society'sI BOWERS VISITS mercial boats as checked by Army
special emphasis to Duval, Hills- on*; marked by "more solid
I Dr. and Mrs. B. A. Bowers, Bel- Engineers, showed
last
borough, Palm Beach and Pinel- investment and less speculation." year-round programs of public edu- a drop year
las Counties. cation, research and patient services mont, N. C., visited Rev. and Mrs. tC' 1,335, down 15 per cent from
Philip W. Moore, president of
must be expanded and inten- Guthrie Colvard and Mr. and Mre. 1960.
"We to draw ad-
are planning First Research Corporation with
ditional sified to further the fight against Wiley Tillis of Pahokee on way to "All told, private vessels of all
from less
men populousarea headquarters in Miami, stated that
into these I cancer. The disease, he will caution, Miami. Dr. Bowers, retired Baptist types, plus government boats, made
high frequency accident the anticipated investment trend
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counties took the lives of more than 8200 Minister, served as interim pastorfor 4,681 passings at the bridge last
for short
periodsof will be the first one in Florida'seconomic
time Floridians last year and in 1962, :an several months at the Pahokee year, a 2 per cent drop from 1960." I
he
starting immediately,
history and called it the .
estimated 15,000 ne'w cases will develop Baptist Church. Dr. Bowers will -- -
"most important economic development -
said.Kirkman throughout the State. serve as interim pastor at Little Mrs. Pat McDonald and son, (
said the activity was-, the state has ever had."
I Hooks will also explain how and River Baptist Church for several Rusty, of Eagle Lake visited with
n't a "campaign" but a part of thepatrol's He also said Florida's upturn in
I why a minimum fund of $1,000,000will I weeks. Miss Elinor Brackin in Pahokee I
continuing pr gra1Ito! business during the next 12 months .
be needed during the coming 1 I from Saturday until Tuesday. This
bu.ild.up enforcement activity in will have a direct relation to an ira/- I
year to support the many lifesaving CLASSIFIED ADS PAY was Mrs. McDonald's first visit to r
areas with the highest accident free proved national Residen-
economy. I BIG DIVIDENDS I the Glades
projects that are being develop- area. -
quency. tial building, he predicted, would I

finally come out of the doldrums i I I
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FOR Classified RENT-Rooms. Lucky AdsWwuWUWW Star ienced gradual"Up until a climb.series now of Florida ups and has downs exper-in PIcture t of Pr 1!

\: Dude Ranch Phone 9480. J12ch its economic history," Moore stat- a ffli.sef

ed. "Now for the first time, how-

SUGAR BOOM is sure to hit. If ever, the economy shows signs of 1

''l I you have a spare room or two for growing at a steady pace with the f
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rent, why not place an ad in this distributing influence of speculative II I

column and watch results. A phone investments having less and ,

call and $1.00 will get the job done. less effect." ../ ,.
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HOMES: FOR SALE: Two New

Homes Open and For Sale. A. Scott Patterson .... ,

Greenstar Avenue, Pahokee, Fla.
Henry and Jon Merkel Construction
Company. Dec 29-J26ch: Taken By DeathDeath


ROOMS ARE NEEDED almost ,

daily. If you advertise in this came on Sunday, January

classified column, folks will know 21 to A. Scott Patterson, at Nor- ,
Where to find that room. ,
spare ,
cross, Ga., long-time Baptist Mis- y
Send $1.00 and copy for your ad to : 6, ,'
The Everglades News, Canal Point, sionary and organizer ''of Baptist /

Fla. churches in the South, following an

extended illness. Dr. Patterson was
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LAND FOR RENT in warm zone CXyffiy .
known
well in Canal Point where ,
near the lake. Phone Hub Spooner his brother-in-law Dow Geiger re Sure, she's a grantold flag $v' j '1
Pahokee 7128. tf
sides. Mrs. Patterson, a sister of That's why we salute her. q +

FOR SALE: :Maytag Gas Range Mr. Geiger was honored several That's why we pledge allegiance to her. V %

four large burners: large oven ;years, ago when one ,of the four
That pledge, in its simplest terms ,
md broiler, 2 storage .oompart- circles of the Canal Point Baptist .' ':
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Is another of saying, "Count
me
Church named the lone Patterson way .
ments time clock. Regular $298, was '
in. You're my country and I love you '
used very little. Looks new. Less Circle.
and need you. Your problems.are n s 4 h
than half price. Phone 7609 in Pa- Dr. Patterson was born in Su-
my problems, and I'm with you F"v ; 1
hokee. wanee County, Florida, and answered 3 sfy
all the way. ; t
; the call to preach. as a 'teen- '
FOR SALE: New and used Wflljs Your country's biggest single
He
(,'ager. attended Florida South-
Jeeps. Walter Aahle 'a Garage,(;kern College and Southern Baptist problem is the perpetual responsibility 4 -V y' J 1

In Belle Glade, Phone 3058. 'Theological Seminary. Mercer con- for keeping the peace its people ,*
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Oct. l1- want. You with this L.
ferred the Doctor of Divinity de can help acy

IS YOUR SUBSCRIPTION paid In ,gree. problem by remembering this: 1

advance? Well, don't be going I Retired in 1950, Dr. Patterson Peace costs money. Money for

off on any trips until you send us t gave himself to establishing churches military and industrial strength. ,

our $2.00. The hunting season,is at in North Georgia just as he Money for science and education. 0

hand. It will take only the price: of ;had on furloughs. He didn't know And-money saved by individualsby -

a half box of shells to.pay c up your :the number where he assisted, saying you-to help keep the economy

subscription. Send along that check he kept no records but estimated Strong. Bonds orbvide this money.

today to The Everglades News during all his yearsit was "over OtttMl Pritt WtaDtr-N U ul_ Mcmpapcr Mania H.Saaptbot HID..u1U CwMtby
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Box AA, Canal Point Fla.: 20." :He was credited in recent V

WANTED: White woman to live years with Central of Lawrence- Help Strengthen America's Peace PouerEuyUS.SavingsBon'ds;; .
ville, Doraville First Buford High- V
in and care for elderly woman.
way, Clairmont and MU Park, all
Light duties, room and ooard'fum-
in Georgia.
ished. Good pay. Call 7370 Canal '
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Point: F2pd :
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I Kenneth McIntosh returned to

UNFURNISHED 2 BEDROOM 'F. S. U. in Tallahassee Wednesday ,- 'i

house,for rent 1% mile north. of after spending his _semester. ; t '..; .;;.......-i;. -' '- NOW_ _PAYING_.. 3%% INTEREST .oolfif. : ,...;,
Canal Point. Call C. T. Santee >at (holidays. with his mother. Mrs! '.
The US. Government doe*not pay for this aditrfoingjfke Treasury Department Aa'tii.' ... ..: .. -
-4071 for further information. H. Xl { Intosh. Kenny is a juniorat / Feb 2 tf F. S. U. ..
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interest accumulates to maturity. H Bonds provide :
$25.00 fourteen months faster than the old rate.
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r mature.in. just 7 years, 9 months. nest egg for the future. That's why many retired V
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; Q: When did the new rate become effective? (cost $75.00), $200 (cost $150.00), $500 I.
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& fore June 1,1959. ? are.priced. at.face value. 4#>
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{.> Q: When my E'Bonds mature, will they keep on earning by the Treasury. If anything ; appens to your :
Interest? Bonds they are replaced-frea: "yf

.J* A: Yes.An automatialO-year extension privilege went Q: Where can I buy Bonds? .....
II into effect along with the new interest rate. This
Q-\ means your Bonds will automatically earning A: Buy E Bonds at any bank-it takes only a few,min- i>
interest after maturity. utes. Buy them automatica1ly through the Payroll 4
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I : new rate, my can have any amount you name automatically deducted (
\ -: Bonds and buy new ones? every payday.: The Bonds you buy by ..
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essary- almost every case it is to your advantage too. Your bank will take your order for H.Bonds.CU 4

fy to retain your present Bonds.; How do I help strengthen America's peace power
**> Q_ :How are series H Bonds different from aeries. B when I,buy U.S. Savings Bonds? .- .- 4)

9 Bonds? A: Peace costs money-money for military strength
4> .A: The chief difference is this: You buy H Bonds at and for science. And money saved by individuals._ 4;.
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'. I Glades Entrants i I Amy Young Is Rupert ck Heads J


!_, PERSONAL 0 MS, NOTES N E S r I Winners At FairI I I Worthy AdvisorThe Local Heart DriveRupert :


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. Mrs. Harvey Batchelor is a pay | Mrs. Ray Singletary and granclI I
y tient at St. Marys Hospital in West, daughter, Kim Garrett, visited relatives Glades students did very well at regular quarterly installa- Mock, President of the. :
I I the South Florida Fair when it tion of the Order of Rainbow for
Bank of Pahokee, will head the i
Palm Beach where she underwent for several days last week at
came to the distribution of prizesin j Girls was held Monday night at the 1962 Heart-Days for Business drive
surgery Thursday. She is doing as Coral Gables. They were accompanied i ,
various divisions. Ross Harrington -. Masonic Hall. The meeting was in Pahokee which has its kickoff
well as could be expected. by Mrs. C. W. Connally who I I \
I of Canal Point had 10 vegetable I to the The installing
public.
I II open today. Heart-Days for Business is
is their house guest for the week.
Mr. ,and Mrs. Joe Kelly of Ft.I i
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six blue ribbons, I officer the
I II entries and won was outgoing Worthy a canvass of local commercial and
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Pierce; were the recent guests of Sammie Lee Lanham was the
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red ribbons and one white ribbon. Advisor, Katherine Young, who in- professional which .
; Mr. and: Mrs. J. V. Thomas, Jr., of. weekend guest of her parents, Mr.I I Joe I qffices gives I
Wayne ,Kersey and Tommy stalled the new Worthy Advisor, businessmen 'an opportunity; to ]
Pahokee. and Mrs. G. L. Lanham of Canal I
I I I Rodgers of South Bay had a garden I Amy Young, her sister. contribute to the annual Heart I
Rev.: C. D. Stewart and W. S., Point. together and had five vegetable' The installing marshal was Mrs. Fund collection. I
Cross of Canal Point attended a I If Mrs. D. H. Cammack of Ft. ,
entries. They won two blue ribbons i Jessie Barnes; the Chaplain was This business 'drive will be con- I

luncheon at Belvedere'Baptist II Myers is the guest of her brothers two red ribbons; and one white rib Alice Hurt; musician, Mrs. Grace ducted here on Feb. 1st to Feb.
Church in West Palm.Beach Tues. and their families, Mr. and :Mrs. bon. Graham and the recorder was Mrs.I: 14th.

day..The meeting was the executive Grady Echols and Mr. and Mrs. showing :
the cattle and chicken Bernice Mrs. Arnold
J In Sheppard. I "The heart and blood vessel di- ;j
board of the Palm Lake Associa- Dow Echols. I the Glades entrants also came Hughes is Mother Advisor. seases areresponsible for the loss

; tion.G.. Mrs. W. R. Wilson has returnedto in exceptionally good. Below is a There were 18 other girls installed of more than 69 million man-days :

t T.. Echols is a patient at the her home in Pahokee after un-j I' complete list of the Glades winners: as officers. Amy has chosen for i of production each year", Mr. Mock J

I Everglades Memorial Hospital in dergoing surgery at Good Samaritan CATTLE EXHIBIT WINNERS her colors yellow and green, her I stated. '

I Pahokee due to a virus infection. hospital in West Palm Beach. Kandi McCall, Canal Point- scripture, John 3:16. Amy was presented -i "As business people we cannot i

I Skipper Clark of Miami was the I I Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Hull have returned second place blue ribbon for a reg- the Worthy Advisor neck- afford to look upon the Heart Fund ..!

, I' weekend guest of his grandparents, : home after spending several istered Angus. lace by her sister, Katherine, a as a charity or just another drive", l

, I Mr. ?fend Mrs. S. S. Scruggs.Mjyin days in Tallahassee on business. Lynn Nicely, Pahokee second Rainbow Bible from a past worthy Mr. Mock said. "Instead, we must
blue ribbon for Angus. Reserved advisor, Elizabeth and
place Humphrey recognize the Heart Fund as our :
I Tillis of Nashville, Tennessee Mrs. Ida Butler is a patient at Champion blue ribbon. 'I other gifts.Katherine. foremost defense against our number .
; is the guest of his brother the Memorial Pahokee 2 blue j
Hospitalin
I Everglades John Nicely, received her Past one enemy. The American '
and f&nily, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Pahokee.Mrs. ribbons for registered Angus and Worthy Advisor pin. Delicious re- Heart Association makes this fight !

, I Tilliiftjf Pahokee. <. Ruby Smith is ill at the 1 reserved: champion.Alan freshments were served by Mrs. W. possible by the expansion of re- .

Mrs"| Donald Kepp, Mrs. Sadie Everglades Memorial Hospital In Nicely, Pahokee 2 blue C. Young assisted by Mrs. Kay I search, education and community I II

Bark; and Mrs. Sam McKinstry Pahokee. ribbon for registered Angus. Sears. services." :
IJ father J. E. Cochran Nicely, Pahokee Blue I
Lynn I
.__. I "Over 50 per cent of your heart : *:
1 at Largay Sanatorium in Naranja. .I.-.141.1. vVM MNIMI ribbon, Grand Champion registered dollar goes into research. Locally, '!
V Fair Will Passion Play Will I Ii I I
Tampa i
I 1 jqtttynie Smith arrived Thursday I Ij I j Angus. the Palm Beach Heart Association :

to visit his parents Mr. and Be Bigger Better I Lynn Nicely, Pahokee Blue has been supporting heart research i

R. X. Smith, of Canal Point Mrs'l ribbon, First place winner of showmanship II i Open This Sunday for Dr. Robert Litwak at the Uni-

: his !semester holidays from the TAMPA-Wednesday, Feb. 1.1 in beef cattle. versity of Miami School of Medi- \
: Alan Nicely, Pahokee-Red rib I cine." !
UniVefsity of Florida in Gaines- Saturday, Feb. 10,
\VednesdayI bon for Angus steer. : LAKE WALES--Sunday Febru- "For the four :
ville. He will have approximatelytwo Feb. 14 and Saturday, are past years your
; weeks vacaticn. Billly Rogers Jr., South Bay- I' ary 11th, has been set as the opening Heart Association has made cash
important dates in auto racing-
blue ribbon 1st place Angus steer. Florida date for the tenth an- awards to the outstanding Science i
'1 Mr. :and Mrs. Robert Weeks of especially in Florida. John B. Evans, Bean-City-First nual production of the famous students in the Science Fair Pro
; Miami,were the weekend of Those are the scheduled days for
; guests
and Second blue ribbon steer. Also Black Hills Passion Play in a natural gram," continued Mr. Mock. "Edu-
: his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. G. big-car races at the Florida State
first in fitting contest. I,i Amphitheatre two miles southof cational films on heart disease are
; Weeks, of Canal Point. Fair here. And, Tampa's Pete Folse I
Jimmy Jackson, Bean City-Blue Lake Wales. furnished upon request to our
begins defense of three consecutive I
Miss Carolyn Sellers, who attends ribbon steer. Joseph Meier will again play the schools and civic clubs. Courses on
International'Motor
Contest Association
I school at HoweyInTheHills Mike McCall, Canal Point Blue I leading role of the Christus, as he .I Controlled Diet are offered."
dirt track
championships as
; visited Mr. and Mrs Jimmy ribbon steer. has in this country since 1932, supported I The Heart Fund Drive will con-
that league opens its 1962 campaignon
t Vann during the past weekend the State Fair half-mile course.' Mead Maxwell, Pahokee FFA -I by 35 professional actors J tinue throughout February and ,
Red ribbon Angus steer. and nearly 125 local volunteer cit- reach its high point on Heart Sun-
j Mrs, J. H. Miller has returned to "Pistol Pete," anxious to get be-
her home following a visit with Dr. hind the wheel of a big Offenhauser John Caruthers, Pahokee FFA- izens. day, February 25th. Local volun-
White ribbon Angus steer. This will be the tenth and per- I teers will conduct a house-to-house
I and Mrs. Lou Lombard and child. again, is a strong favorite for an-
1' Belle Glade FFA Chapter 1 haps final season that the world's campaign.
ren in Miami for several days. other repeat as champ.He .
blue ribbon steer, 4 red ribbon oldest and most famous dramatic! Heart Area Chairmen: Belle
I will again drive the black No.
, ----.- -- --.--....--- '., -.-- 2 Bardahl steers and 1 white ribbon steer. j story, lasting two and one, half I II' Glade: Heart Sunday Chairmen:
, Special, the "car ofchampions" j
for the last seven Mike Maxson, Pahokee FFA, 1. hours without interruptions! be-|Mrs. John Grady and Mrs. Arthur !'

j See at the years. blue ribbon Angus heifer. J tween 22 scenes, may be in operation I Lew; Business Drive, Dr. Don W '
you .. .
Folse will WINNERS IN POULTRY here. J Fishier. Plastic Hearts, Mrs. Cor-
also be defending two I I
I EXHIBIT j: It has been sponsored annually] rine Tittsworth. Colored Area: Business -
FLORIDA hypothetical Florida State Fair
I titles as he won three of four fea- Lynn Nicely, Pahokee-5 entries by the Passion Play Amphitheatre! W. C. Taylor; Heart Sunday,

ture events at the 1960 and 1961 with 4 blue, first place awards and Corporation, a non-profit organiza-I Mrs. Dora Kendall, Mrs., Susan

I STATE fairs. 3 red, second place awards and best tion of leading business Williams.

t rooster in show. women. Pahokee: Heart Sunday Chair-
He hopes to do as well this year
Dickie Strayer, Canal Point 5 The 1962 schedule, Easter
before the home town and home ending man, Mrs. Hugh Branch; Business
state crowd. blue ribbon entries, 5 red ribbon I Sunday, April 22, calls for matineesat Drive, Rupert Mock. t

Race promoter Al Sweeney and entries. 2 p. m. in February only, 'In Canal Point: Mrs. Elmer Maxson.

his National Speedways crew will Janette Harrington, Canal Point!I Wednesdays the 14th, 21st and South Bay: Mrs. Billy Rogers.

officiate the State Fair races whichare -3 blue 'ribbon entries, 5 red rib l 28th. Regular performances are Lake Harbor: Mrs. Nathan Bolton. -

bon entries. each Tuesday,_ Thursday and Sat- .
IMCA
sanctioned.
This year, drivers will be com- Nancy Harrington, Canal Point1 I urday at 7:30: p. m. and at twilight, 1 .:: ..

.petiting blue ribbon, 6 red ribbons. 6 p. m., on Sundays. I I
for the largest purse ever Savings Groups
I I Ross Harrington, Canal Point --i Reservations are not required,
offered for the four meets. A total
of will 5 red ribbons. :| but desirable, to obtain best seat- Report Increases
$10,600 be up for grabs. I
I Elldridge Kinsaul, Canal Point ing at prices of $2.00, $2.50 and

i } q and 2 blue ribbons, 6 red ribbons, 2 $3.00. ORLANDO The 116 savings
Florida Offers Sun
Gasparilla white ribbons. More than 20 tons of costumes,''I I associations in Florida reported

,' While North ChillsNEW Walter Webb, Canal Point 3 technical equipment and props are i increases in both savings and total

t J Pirate: blue ribbons, 1 red ribbon, 3 white, I moved, to Lake Wales from South I mortgage lending in 1961 compared -

Invasion. YORK-While New Yorkers -I third place awards. Dakota every winter including 3 with that of 1960, according to

and other Northerners are combating Allen Webb, Canal Point-4 blue camels, .a donkey, 6 white horses the Florida Savings and Loan-

'd'i I ribbons, 1 red ribbon. and 24 "sheep.The League.
colds sore throats and .
I snowy weather they are reading Larry Webb, Canal Point -- 3 Passion Play was brought to I I Total savings for these associations :

sign boards that say, "Wouldn'tyou I blue 'ribbons, 3 white ribbons. '._ :Jthis,'country by Mr.'Meier as the reached an alltime high IA: r r.j

s g G rather be In Florida?" Jerry Nehls, Belle Glade4''f>1 LuenenNPassion; Play named after, 1961 of.$3,326,897,000. This was j f
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i VdEtiK S ';This is the appeal. the Florida b ribbons. 5 red ribbons. ,"-: i r thejjjown:; in Westphalia, Germany; more than $20iroillion above the : w.!
Development" Commission is Busing: f i Raleigh Griffis, Assistant County .w hfcre,if'originated' 1242. It presents i960. figure/-5-'"a" !{. :

C' tt to'"win converts to the Sunshine Agent, stated that the entries the story of the last sevendays' :Tot lending yolume in the fi- :: .i

0 fc ( State. The commission has a three- from the Glades area were good I in 'tl e"life of Jesus of Nazar nanciai i Institutions during 1961

Sl. part advertising campaign on in and had a good variety of breeds eth.His amounted to $778,666,000 which :

the North which Includes bill- entered. The poultry show was wife, Clare Hume Meier, was more than $58 million higher :

.. boards, newspapers and radio. judged by Lester W..Kalch, Assist- I very capable plays the part of than any other year on record,

See: the fantastic GREEN The $200,000 campaign is in ad- ant Poultry Husbandman, Agricul- Mary theMother.. which happened to be 1959. ;

MONSTER JET' CAR "- a I dition to the regular Development tural Extension Service, Gaines- Since coming to America, Josef Assets In these saving institutions i

car With pure jet engine. Has : Commission advertising campaign ville, Florida. Meier has appeared as the Christus at the close of 1961 reached ;

240 been, mph clocked! at speeds over I which costs approximately $1 mill more than 5,000 times in all prin- an all-time high of $3,715,713,000which

.* Seel+ MINNIE PEARL and ion. Louis Benito Advertising TrevetteVeeks of Lake Worth cipal cities of the U. S. and Canada. ranks Florida as the sixth 1

HANK SNOW with many Tampa agency, handles both campaigns was the guest of his grandmother, There is ample parking on largest savings and loan state In i I

others from the Grand Ole for'the state. Mrs. J. E. Hawkins and his grandparents grounds of the Amphitheatre, the nation. f

Qprv! .. Mr. and Mrs.J. G. Weeks I,''which his /seating capacity for ... .. ..
5* the FAMILY OF
HAPPY" TIUs. starring 7yeafold APPROX.OiJE OF EVERY POURVISITORS of Canal Point. 3,500 persons.TO I VISIT IN TAMPA f

Ginny Tiu, the tiny IS SEEING FLORIDA I Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Johnson (
FOR THE FIRST TIME I
captivating China Dod Miss Cindy Friend returned to F. RECEIVE.REE. visited relatives in Tampa during *

you ve seen on top TV shows! S. U. in Tallahassee after visitingher the past weekend. Mrs. Myers, who *

And! many, many more thrill- parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Mrs. Calvin Padgett, daughter of is ill at her daughter's home In i
ing acts, including,: the world-
famous AUTO:DAREDEVILS Friend, of Pahokee during her semester Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Scruggs'of Ca- Tampa, is Mrs. Johnson's mother. .l i

1- Er71IEM holidays. Cindy is a junior nal Point, will receive her degreein Mrs. Myers condition has greatly : ,

See the' fair; often See If off! I at F. S. U. Elementary Education at gradu- Improved. .. ,
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ation exercises at the Universityof 1.

TAMPA ..1/,711 A I i Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Atkina visited Florida in Gainesville Saturday Miss Elinor Brackin of Pahokee

'..SlHIJ.1=. i their parents In Avon t'arkSunday. night. Mr.- and Mrs. Scruggs and spent Friday might with her par ,

FEBRUARY 6-i'7' It was Mrs. Atkins' mother's bir- Mr. and Mrs. Duncan Padgett will ents, Mr. and Mrs. Loyd Brackin in ; !
I GOVERNOR'S FLORIDA TOURISM .* attend r Lake.' .. ,
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PERSONAL NEWS f Glades,Entrants i I AmyYoungls 'Rupert Mbck Heads I

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Winners At FairI Worthy AdvisorThe Local Heart Drive !tf t

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\;J Mrs.' Harvey Batchelor is a pa-'|i I Mrs. Ray Singletary and granddaughter i fi

tient at St. Marys Hospital in West Kim Garrett visited relatives Glades students did very well at regular quarterly installa- Rupert Mock: President of the. j I
I the South Florida Fair when it tion of the Order of Rainbow for
Bank of Pahokee, will head the
" Palm Beach where she underwent for several days last week at <
- came to the distribution of prizes j Girls was held Monday night at the 1962 Heart-Days for Business drive '
r surgery Thursday. She is doing as Coral Gables. They were accompanied i :
, in various divisions. Ross Harrington i Masonic Hall. The meeting was In Pahokee which has its kickoff" :
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-well as could be expected.Mr. by Mrs. C. W. Connally whois
. of Canal Point had 10 vegetable I! open to the public. The installing
today. Heart-Days for Business is ,
!and Mrs. Joe Kelly of Ft.I their house guest for the week.
entries and won six blue ribbons, 31 I officer was the outgoing Worthy of local commercial and +
I a canvass j
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Pierce: were the recent guests of Sammie Lee Lanham was the
red ribbons and one white ribbon. I Advisor, Katherine Young who installed I
which
I Mr. and Mrs. J. V. Thomas, Jr., of weekend guest of her parents. Mr.I I I Joe I i professional offices gives j
1 Wayne ,Kersey and Tommy the new Worthy Advisor, I businessmen an opportunity to.| j
I Pahokee. and Mrs. G. L. Lanham of Canal
i I I Rodgers of South Bay had a garden I. Amy Young, her sister. contribute to the annual Heart'
Rev. C. D. Stewart and W. S. Point. <
i vegetable
I together and had five The installing marshal was Mrs. Fund collection. j
1 Cross of Canal Point attended a Mrs. D. H. Cammack of Ft. i
entries. won two blue ribbons Jessie Barnes the
They Chaplain was
f ; This business 'drive will be con- I ,
.; luncheon at Belvedere'Baptist Myers is-the guest of her brothers white rib-
II i two red ribbons; and one Alice Hurt; musician Mrs. Grace ducted here on Feb. 1st to Feb. Church in West Palm Beach Tues and their families, Mr. and
] 1.Irs'l bon. Graham and the recorder was Mrs. 14th. i
day..The meeting was the executive Echols and Mr. and Mrs. I :
Grady I In the cattle and chicken showing Bernice Sheppard. Mrs. Arnold "The heart and blood vessel diseases 1 i
: board of the Palm Lake Associa Dow Echols. I the Glades entrants also came I II Hughes is :Mother Advisor. responsible for the

tion.. Mrs. W. R Wilson has returnedto in exceptionally good. Below is a There were 18 other girls installed of more than 69 million loss'I;: I

G. T. Echols is a patient at the her home in Pahokee after undergoing -I complete list of the Glades winners:I as officers. Amy has chosen for of production each year", Mr. Mock ':J
t
Everglades Memorial Hospital in surgery at Good Samar- CATTLE EXHIBIT WINNERS I her colors yellow and green, her stated.

Pahokee: due to a virus infection. itan hospital in West Palm Beach. Kandi McCall, Canal Point-I I scripture, John 3:16. Amy was presented "As business people we cannot !;

second place blue ribbon for a registered -II the Worthy Advisor, neck- 1\
Heart
Skipper Clark of Miami was the Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Hull have returned I afford to look upon the Fund _
weekend guest of his grandparents, home after spending several Angus. I lace by her sister, Katherine a as a charity or just another drive", ;

Mr. $ nd Mrs. S. S. Scruggs. days in Tallahassee on business. Lynn Nicely, Pahokee second: Rainbow Bible from a past worthy Mr. Mock said. "Instead, we must
place blue ribbon for Angus. Reserved advisor, Elizabeth Humphrey and recognize the Heart Fund as our "
Min' Tillis of Nashville, Tennessee Mrs. Ida Butler is a patient at Champion blue ribbon. i I other gifts.Katherine. foremost defense against our number ,
is the guest of his brother the Memorial Pahokee 2 blue'
Everglades Hospitalin John Nicely, received her Past The American '
one enemy.
and family, Mr.: and Mrs. RichardTi11itjf and I !
Pahokee. Pahokee.Mrs. ribbons for registered Angus Worthy Advisor pin. Delicious refreshments Heart Association makes this fight

; Ruby Smith is ill at the 1 reserved champion. were served by Mrs. W. possible by the expansion of research .
Mrs i Donald Kepp, Mrs. Sadie : Everglades Memorial Hospital In Alan Nicely, Pahokee 2 blue C. Young assisted by Mrs. Kay education and community i

Bark: and Mrs. Sam McKinstry, Pahokee.N.4NhLAw.. I ribbon for registered Angus. Sears. I services." ;iI
visitQdj their father, J. E. Cochran, I I Nicely, Pahokee Blue --
I I Lynn I "Over 50 per cent of your heart -1! I II
at Largay Sanatorium in Naranja. -I, ribbon Grand Champion registered dollar goes into research. Locally, !
V Tampa Fair Will ;I Passion Play Will I
Jqtttynie Smith arrived Thursdayto J I Angus. the Palm Beach Heart Association ;

Visit his parents Mr. and MM.R. Be Bigger Better I i I Lynn Nicely, Pahokee Blue has been supporting heart research i
l I ribbon First place winner of showmanship This for Dr. Robert Litwak at the University .
X.: Smith, of Canal Point during II I Open Sunday

his 'semester holidays from the TAMPA-Wednesday, Feb. 7.1 in beef cattle. of Miami School of Medi- j
Pahokee-Red ribbon I I "
Alan Nicely, Cine.
University of Florida in Gaines Saturday Feb. 10, Wednesday, !
ville. He will have approximately Feb. 14 and Saturday, Feb. 17 are I for Angus steer. LAKE WALES-Sunday Febru- "For the past four years your :
two Weeks: vacation. important dates in auto racing Billly Rogers Jr., South Bay- J', ary 11th, has been set as the opening Heart Association has made cash '

Land blue ribbon. 1st place Angus steer. Florida date for the tenth an- awards to the outstanding Science <
Mr. especially in Florida.
Mrs. Robert Weeks of
; John B. Evans, Bean.City-First nual production of the famous students in the Science Fair Pro-
:Miami Those are the scheduled days for
were the weekend guests of
and Second blue ribbon steer. Also Black Hills Passion Play in a' nat- gram," continued Mr. Mock. "Edu-
his parents Mr. and Mrs. J. G. I big-car races at the Florida State
first in fitting contest. I| ural Amphitheatre two miles southof cational films on heart disease are
Weeks, of Canal Point.Mis Fair here. And, Tampa's Pete Folse I CityBlue'ribbon
Jimmy Jackson, Bean Lake Wales. furnished upon request to our
i begins defense of three consecutive
Carolyn Sellers who attends International steer. Joseph Meier will again play the schools and civic clubs. Courses on :
Motor Contest Association
school at Howey-In-The- Mike McCall, Canal Point Blue leading role of the Christus, as he Controlled Diet are offered."
dirt track championships as
Hills, visited Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy that league opens its 1962 campaignon ribbon steer. has in this country since 1932, supported I The Heart Fund Drive will continue ;

Vann during the past weekend. the State Fair half-mile course. I Mead Maxwell Pahokee FFA -I by 35 professional actor throughout February and ,
Red ribbon Angus steer. 'and nearly 125 local volunteer cit-I
reach its high point on Heart Sunday
Mrs. J. H. Miller has returned to "Pistol Pete anxious to get be-
her home following a visit with Dr. hind the wheel of a big Offenhauser John Caruthers, Pahokee FFA- izens. February 25th Local volunteers
White ribbon Angus steer. This will be the tenth and perhaps will conduct a house-to-house
and .Mrs. Lou Lombard and child. again is a strong favorite for another J
Belle Glade FFA Chapter 1 final season that the world's campaign.
ren in Miami for several days. repeat as champ.He .
blue ribbon steer, 4 red ribbon oldest and most famous dramatic I Heart Area Chairmen: Belle
I will again drive_ the black No. ,
------ -, -- 2 Bardahl Special, the "car 'ofchampions" steers,and 1 white ribbon steer. I story, lasting ,two and one_ half Glade: Heart Sunday Chairmen: j

for the last seven Mike Maxson, Pahokee FFA, 1 hours Without'interruptions between -I!frs. John Grady and Mrs. Arthur j

See at 'the. I blue ribbon Angus heifer. j 22 scenes, may be in opera Lew; Business Drive, Dr. Don W .'
years.
you .
Folse will WINNERS IN POULTRY tion here. 1 Fishier. Plastic Hearts, Mrs. Corrine -
also be defending two
FLORIDASTATE hypothetical Florida State Fair!! EXHIBIT j. It has been sponsored annually i Tittsworth. Colored Area: Business
Nicely, Pahokee-5 entries by the Passion Play I W.
titles as he won three of four fea- Lynn Amphitheatre C. Taylor; Heart Sunday,
ture events at the 1960 and 1961 with 4 blue, first place awards and Corporation, a non-profit organization I Mrs. Dora Kendall Mrs. Susan

fairs. 3 red, second place awards and best of. leading business men and Williams.

rooster in show. women. Pahokee: Heart Sunday Chairman
He hopes to do as well this year
before the home town and home Dickie Strayer, Canal Point 5 The 1962 schedule ending Easter Mrs. Hugh Branch; Business

state crowd. blue ribbon entries, 5 red ribbon I Sunday April 22, calls for matineesat I Drive, Rupert Mock. ,

Race promotor Al Sweeney and I entries. 2 p. m. in February only, on !. Canal Point: Mrs. Elmer Maxson.

his National Speedways crew will Janette Harrington. Canal Point3 :I Wednesdays the 14th, 21st and i South Bay: Mrs. Billy Rogers.

officiate the State Fair races whichare blue 'ribbon entries, 5 red rib:I 28th. Regular performances are I,. Lake Harbor: Mrs. Nathan Bolt-

bon entries. each Tuesday,. Thursday and Sat- on.
IMCA
sanctioned.
This year drivers will be com-I Nancy Harrington, Canal Point1 I urday at 7:30 p. m. and at twilight, I I I ;' '

blue ribbon 6 red ribbons. 6 p. m., on Sundays. II J
'petiting for the largest purse ever j Savings Groups
Ross Harrington, Canal Point -- I Reservations are not required, j
J offered for the four meets. A total
5 red ribbons. : but desirable to obtain best seat Report Increases.
of $10,600 will be up for grabs. I
d! I I Elldridge Kinsaul, Canal Point ing at prices of $2.00, $2.50 and

and 2 blue ribbons, 6 red ribbons, 2 $3.00. I: ORLANDO The 116 savings
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Gasparilfa I white ribbons. More than.' 20 tons of costumes,I II I associations in Florida reported
Walter Webb, Canal Point 3 technical and I,
While North ChillsNEW I equipment props are increases in both savings and total
Pirate. blue ribbons, 1 red ribbon, 3 white, I I moved, to Lake Wales from South mortgage lending in 1961 compared -
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and other Northerners are com Allen Webb Canal Point-4 blue i camels, .a donkey 6 white horses the Florida Savings and Loan
I ribbons, 1 red ribbon. : and 24 sheep. League.
colds
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I snowy weather they are reading Larry Webb Canal Point 3 : The Passion. Play was brought to I Total savings for these associa- ; '

I sign boards that say, "Wouldn'tyou I, blue ribbons, 3 white ribbons. <, '-,.this'country by 1.Ir.'Yeier as the tions reached an alltime high L: if<

G11d Jerry Nehls, Belle Glade4:5: enenc.asston Plays named after 1961 !
rather be Florida. ? ..... ; of.$3.326,897,000. This was t-.i;
blue ribbo.ns, 5 red ribbons. ::." 'ther.l own: in Westphalia, than $2Qirolllion, !
more
This is the appeal the FloridaDeyelojnnent Germany:; .. above the :-;-j
,P Commission is using; f Raleigh I Griffis Assistant Couri'-..,w}K .re:if'originated in 1242. It pre- .'1096' 0 flgorer I.. .!'

to'Vin converts to the' Sunshine ty Agent, stated that the entries I nt.Sthe story of the last- seven
0 State. The commission has a three- from the Glades area were good days in 'the'lite of Jesus of itfazar- nanciai Institutions during 1961

f Sr and had a good variety of breeds amounted to 5778,666,000 which
"1 0". '.i part advertising campaign on in eth.His
5 the North which includes billboards I entered. The poultry show waa wife, Clare Hume Meier, was more than $58 million higher :

newspapers and radio judged by Lester \V..Kalch, Assist- very capable plays the part of than any other year on record,

See;; the fantastic GREEN ant Poultry Husbandman, Agricul- Mary the Mother. which happened; to be 1959. .

MOBSTER JET' CAR '- a addition I tural Extension Service, Gaines- Since coming to America, Josef Assets In these saving institu- i

car ivith pure jet engine. Has advertising campaign ville, Florida. Meier has appeared as the Christus tions at the close of 1961 reached :

240 been mph clocked! at speeds. over I which costs approximately $1 mill more than 5.000 times in all principal an all-time high of $3.715.713,000

,* See* MINNIE PEARL andHAJSIK ion. Louis Benito Advertising, Trevette Weeks of Lake Worth cities of the U. S. and Canada.There which ranks Florida as the sixth !

SNOW with many Tampa agency, handles both cam- was the guest of his grandmother, is ample parking on largest savings and loan state In f I

others from the Grand Ole paigns for'the state. Mrs.,J. E. Hawkins and his grandparents grounds of the Amphitheatre, the nation.

.' Qpl}! Mr. and Mrs.,.J. G. Weeks,I'''which hats seating capacity for ,- ,.
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S5Tcj the FAMILY OF
HAPPY TIUs, starring 7- 1 ppRc *.ONE OF EVERY i FOUR of Canal Point. 3.500 persons. VISIT IN TAMPA ; j

yf -old Ginny Tiu, the tiny. VISITORS IS SEEING FLORIDA .. I I :Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Johnson I
FOR THE FIRST TIME 1
<::*3ntivating\ China Doll :Miss Cindy Friend returned to F. TO RECEIVE DEGREE visited relatives in Tampa during J
you ve seen on top TV showsl! S. U. in Tallahassee the
after visiting past weekend. Mrs. Myers, who !f
I And many, many more thrill her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Mrs. Calvin Padgett daughter cf is ill at her daughter's home in i
ing acts, including the world-
famous AUTO:DARE- Friend, of Pahokee during her semester Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Scruggs Canal Tampa, is Mrs. Johnson's mother. -l

DEVILS! t;REETilEM holidays. Cindy is a juniorat Point will receive her degreein Mrs. Myers condition has greatly :si

See the Fair often? See if elf F. S. U. Elementary Education at graduation improved. -. ;
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6-17' It was :Mrs. Atkins' mother's bir- Mr. and Mrs. Duncan Padgett will Mr. and Mrs. Loyd Brackin. in ,. ,

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I First Baptist Eat More Citrus In j

Church, Pahokee February DriveTALLAHASSEE
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Guthrie W. Colvard. Minister
'I Gov. Farris
c Sunday School 9:45 a. m.
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Bryant has issued an executive I
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Training Union 6:30 p. m. proclamation designating Februaryas I
"Eat More Citrus Month" inFlorida.
Evening Worship 7:30 p. m. )
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I Wednesday Prayer
i I r I I'I'J Service 7:30 p. m. The proclamation ties in with an I

A warm welcome to all. in-state promotion of citrus being i
coordinated by the Florida Citrus

First Methodist I I I Canal Point The Methodist Church I Commission. I
with the drive
Church, Pahokee :: Baptist ChurchRev. Canal Point, Florida Livestock At Fair the Cooperating Florida Hotel Commission, are the 1
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:1 In Tampa Increases State Junior Chamber of Com-
Rev. T. C. O'Steen Charles D. Stewart, Pastor
Robert A. Shelley, PastorSUNDAY merce, transportation groups, res-
SUNDAY: SUNDAY:
: taurant and motel associations.
TAMPA-R. D. Jackson chair-
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8:45 a. m.-church School 9:45 a. m.-Sunday School
10:00 a. m.-Church School Display material will be distrib-
I 11:00 a. m.-Morning Worship 11:00 a. m.-Morning, Worship man of the Florida State Fairs
I 11:00: a. m.Morning Worship uted as well as special menu clip-
6:45 -MYF 6:30 m.-Training Union.
p. p. livestock
6:30 m.-Youth Fellowship committee, said entries in
p. aimed at selling more citrus in
7:45 ons
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p. Evening Worship p. m.-Evening Worship
I TUESDAY: 'I WEDNESDAY: 7:30 p. m.-Evening Worship the cattle and swine exhibits have the state. The campaign is in answer -

7:00 p. m.Vesper Choir prac- I 7:30 p. m.-Prayer Meeting. MONDAY: reflected a growing interest in thefair's to complaints of citrusmen who
ticeWEDNESDAY mt -- 3:15 p. m.-Youth Choir practice livestock development pro- say they have been either unable to
TUESDAY:
: I gram. buy grapefruit in some Florida eat-
Church Of God 8:00 m.-Woman's Society1st
7:45 Mid-week devotions p. The fair will be in
p. m.- staged TampaFeb. ing places or have had to pay ex-
8:30 p. m.-Senior Choir practice. Barfield Highway Tuesday'2nd 6-17. Spectacular Parades of orbitant prices.
MONDAY: Champions, with prize winners 4- I
I I 7:30 p. m.-Esther Class meeting
Pahokee, FJa. WEDNESDAY: trodding carpets of orchids and a Mrs. Doris Garrett, who is em-

J. W. Hughes, Minister 7:30 p. m.-Prayer Meeting huge milk spouting fountain, will ployed at the Atlantic National
The Church Of God
Phone 3736 -.. be attractions to climax dairy judg- Bank in West Palm Beach, was

Of the first week, and beef weekend of her ,
Prophecy Pahokee SUNDAY: I ing prize the gust parents
CLASSIFIED ADS ,IN' THESE
9:45: a. m.-Sunday School I awards the second. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Singletary.
COtUMNS PAY BIG DIVIDENDS t
Canal Point Road
11:00 a. m.-Morning Worship 1{
John H. Kinard, pastor 7:30 p. m. -Evangelistic Ser -

10:00 a. m.-Sunday School viceTUESDAY :'}y1' tt. 'I l'\fI'TI' l'\fi l'fr1m1I! 1\ti l'\fI A'I l'\f'rl1'lml. 'l'\1 rfttrl'! '!? \t'l'\f'''l'\1''!"''l'\1ty \t"trTI1; 'fI"TII"l1f'fITti, ,,,Th!' 'fI'l'\.f'r'.
11:00 a. m.-Preaching Service : t 1

7:45:: p. m.-Evangelistic Service 7:30 p. m.Prayer Service
8:00 p. m. Tuesday-V. L. B. THURSDAY:

8:00: p. m. Thursday-W. M. B.Everyone 7:30. p. m. Youth for Christ i 1
welcome. Special music I Service.
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The Pahokee ChurchOf

The Nazarene. Baptist Church SALES and SERVICE i

Rev. Max D. Jones Pastor Elder R. E. Barfield Air
I Heating Conditioning Appliances !
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433 Bacom Point Rd. i
Phone 7528 P. O. Box 882 10:00 a. .-Sunday School i
SUNDAY SERVICES: 11.:00 a. m.-:Morning: Worship SMmMiyMayf.

9:45 a. m.-Sunday School. 7:00 p. .-B. T. C. I

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10 a. m.-Sunday School the Lesson-Sermon on "Love" are

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St..Peter's Lutheran and every one that loveth is born

of God, and knoweth God. He
Church Belle Glade
that loveth not knoweth not God;

for God is love (I John 4).
August Koerber, Pastor A citation to be read from "Sci- ..' ..:., '... ... .''.. .... :...:....;...:. .. ,,
601 W. Lake Rd., Belle Glade
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Divine Services 11 A. M. >
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St. Mary's Catholic thought' and strength, and freedom
Church to speech and action" (p. 454). ,: -=-/LL.; i f ff !
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Sunday Mass 11:30 a. m.. I home for several days with Mrs. Reddy Brightens

:Confessions before Mass. "I I I I Nail. I


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Are regularly held at the Glades Livestock Market
Setter crops, healthier animals, increased .
which is owned and operated by more than 120
j Florida Cattlemen. production, faster processing. And the farm-

er's bank balance goes UP! _

You'll enjoy the excellent service you receive here
Never before has electricity been such an :
at this Market. We make an effort at all times to givean
important part of the business of profitable
outstanding service to and seller. Give 1
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farming. Reddy handles scores of chores,

a trial. saves many man-hours, and his low wages .f I

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SALES EVERY- MONDAY AT 1 p. m. the modem electric way. '.



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'ft- .:: "'!::-.,. .. Hatton Professional J; S i".a.. i pleted his basic military training
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: course on the'basis of his interests

Clinic NameTaking i and aptitudes. . I
faE:1-U';: :''' Association Is New I :.
t, by I I The airman was graduated ffrom I Ii

,i I',Doyle- j i Pahokee High School. .
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:' : its place among the longest business and professionalnames I

FIondo' in the Lake Okeechobee Farming-Region, the "Poteete-Hatton- i Funeral Services
Ramsay Professional Association" is the new name undar which the 11I
!, DeportmeDairy >'chgp three doctors are operating in their clinic building on Bacom Point I For J. E. Henderson

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Road.Dr..,F. K. Poteete, Dr. R. L. Hatton and Dr. Rex C. Ramsay are i
Funeral services held at
'products: are the only principal I were I
the incorporators of the new organization and are continuing their
Williams Chapel in Belle Glade for
in Florida's agricultural -
category: j association together only under a new name.
economy to show a decline in J J1961.'Total i Dr. Poteete is shown in the Association as practicing general John Edgar Henderson, a long time
surgery ard general medicine; Dr. Hatton: obstetrics and gynecology; resident of South Bay before moving -

..output of Florida agri- Dr. Ramsay: Infants and childrens diseases. I I to Sanibel eight years ago.

culture in,the 1960-61 season is put Burial was at Foreverglades Maus
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at 896 million dollars for a gain of oleum. Rev. Thad Allen of Sanibel
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School Board Bus To Palm Beach JuniorCollegeOnTrialBasis22StudentsUseIt -
14 per cent"over the previous year.A I WALTER :;USBEE- : officiated.
preliminary estimate of 1961 I He was affiliated with the Baptist -

production values shows the totalof ; LACKLAND AFB, Tex.- I I Church and was a retired

income from dairy farmer.
gross pro I man Basic Walter L. Busbee, son
ducts at $87,700,000; compared with Surviving are his widow, Elsie

$89,078,000: in 1960, 'or a decline of A wonderful service for youngsters in the Glades, who want to of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Busbee, Lee Henderson, Sanibel; two sons,

$1,378,000. Production volume is attend Palm Beach Junior College, is available this fall in the way ofa 2797 Bacom Point Road, Pahokee, Sam, South Bay, and John Irwin

believed to be little changed from school bus being operated by the county school board to and from is being assigned to the United] Henderson, Miami; one brother,
institution of the East Coast. of this -
that learning on Inception service
States Air Force technical training Sanibel four sisters, Mrs.
the year before. :I Leroy ;
has come after several years of effort on the part of School Board
Since 1950 however, Florida's.:; Member Thurmond, W. Knight ,formerly of Pahokee, who advancedthe course for aircraft accessory systems Annie Allred, Mrs. Bertha Starling

dairy industry*has made remark- idea to other members of the board. specialists at Amarillo AFB,I Mrs. Clara Baker, all of Sanibel,

able gains. In 'the 10 years 1950- The school bus leaves Pahokee High School at 7:00 o'clock each Texas. I and Mrs. Vernada Taylor Winter

60 the number of dairy cows on our morning, goesiby: the way of Belle Glade Hi and arrives at Palm Beach Airman Busbee, who has com I Haven.
Junior College around 8:30 a. m. In the afternoon this bus leaves the I
farms increased 59,000 to a total of -
College at 3:30 o'clock and is back in the Glades around 5 p. m. Jeff ,
195,000. The of milk -
': average produced Barwick, a graduate of Pahokee High School last year and a student
Annually per cow increased this year at Junior College is driver of the bus.

from: *4$400$ to 6,700 pounds, or a Pahokee High Principal Brocks Henderson said yesterday that 22 About ? I

gainsrofc' more than 50 per cent.That'i students are using the bus and there is no charge for this transportation Thinking Building

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/wheYre according to recent reports, 'First, 1961 was a highly: competitive Supervisors Say- For Free Estimates, Call -

per-cow production has been slip year in the dairy business.

ping and nol rated at about the Many smaller producers have sold
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level we showed 10 years ago. cut to larger operators. The buyers freeholders participated in the WILEY TILLISGeneral

,The, .total of Floridaproducedmilk i thus obtained additions to their
election, thus making it an official
'soared from 598 million I herds which otherwise might have
election. There were 391 votes in Building ContractorBox
pounds in 1950 to nearly 1 1-3 Bill- I been purchased out of state.
I favor of the proposal and 24
ion'pounds in. 1960. Second, through better manageI I
against it with one spoiled ballot 54 PAHOKEE Ph. 7127
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not being counted.
It's interesting to note how the competitive pressure, producersare
Officials of the district have
farm Use of milk and churning of taking better care of their ani-
been asked many times since the
butter changed during the past de mals and are not seeking replace- favorable outcome of the election f+!oJ. 1 t ,t oHot : : t j H t t H : HHl""l""il"i"I'i MI"I'l' \
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just when work will be started on
fell' off sharply from 1,600,000 to the past.In revamping the drainage set-up. I! THEATRES I II

only 240,000 pounds. Milk used on 1953 dairy cattle imports into The
supervisors wish that work
farms where it was produced drop- Florida totaled 17,191. By 1957
could be started tomorrow but thatis I
ped more than 50 per cent, from 74 they reached a high of 42,288, or impossible. There are certain I PRINCE LAKE DRIVEINPahokee

million to 35 million pounds. nearly 23 per cent of the total num-
technical details that must be tak- '
Cash 'receipts to dairy farmers ber on our farms. For 11 monthsof Pahokee-Belle Glade Road
en care of before anything in a I
increased more than 50 million dollars 1961 there was a decline of more .
material can be started. -
way 2 IMO FEATURES-
from $37,150,000 in 1950 to than 10,000, down to 24,867 com -
$87,226,000 in 1960. pared with 34,977 in the first 11 The ballots must be canvassed by SUNDAY-MONDAY -TUESDA1 I
the county commission at the next
The sharp increase in, average months of 1960. Indications are i SUNDAY-MOND AY-TUESDAY FEBRUARY 4-5-6
regular meeting which doesn'tcome
milk output per cow can be credited that that trend will continue dur, J FEBRUARY 4-5-6 "THE YOUNG .
until 12.
February Followingthat
to better management. Our
ing 1962.
the bonds must be validated I "B L U E SAVAGES"
dairy farmers, like other livestock Desirable as it would be for our.
by the circuit court. Then '
farmers, have been making great I Istrides' dairymen to raise most of their the most important act of comes all- HAW A I I" EDWARD ANDREWS AND

in increasing the efficiency'Of own replacements, they find it impractical VIVIAN NATHAN
selling bonds to someone who has ELVIS PRESLEY, JOAN
their operations in recent years. to do so. Some of them -AIJo-
enough faith in the and the
The better than 50 per cent gain of are making progress in this direction area BLACKMAN AND ANGELA "MOST DANGEROUS
taxpaying public to warrant investment
an
the past decade compares with an bujt t it seems doubtful the number LANSBURY MAN ALIVE"

increase of less than 23 per cent in. -wto ';!t nfcr- t| J.ke enough in the dollars. All of of a third this takes of a time.million .. ,|,,1111,,t,,11111111. ..R,.I1II1I111,.{..I,.111111111..1+-1111II I II i
the ,,1942-50 period. foreseeab e uture to eliminatethe
However, just as soon as these
bulk of imports necessary ,to '
matters can be consummated the : ;
I believe two things are respon- maintain our fine dairy herds. I f I I I 1 1'I 1 I I 1 I 1 I I 1 I 1 I 1 1 I'1 . 1 1 I I 1 1 I I 1 I 1 I 1 I 1 1
sible for a sharp decline recently i supervisors assure the public that
I work will begin. They are just as
in dairy cattle imports into Florida. Florida has representation on
anxious as the voters to "put the it
the National Stabilization Advis- show on the road." WE JUST PAID OUT OVER
ory Committee on Dairy Products, .. I
named in 'December
by Secretaryof
Agriculture Orville L. Freemanto Tag Sales Lagging y2 MILLION DOLLARS IN

review possible needs for ,new \
programs and recommend any new (continued from page 1) i DIVIDENDS TO OUR SAVERS

legislation ,that may be required. cash has been handed into the

Named by Freeman to the com- county coffers.

mittee is Lewis E. Larson, Delray The Glades Office. Building of- Were you among the happy hundreds, or 'the unfor- I '

Beach, vice president of the Independent fice of Tax Collector Stetson O.
tunate few If one of those who received a :
you're f
! Dairy Farmers' Association Sproul is a busy place any day in

the week, when tag selling time I* big dividend addition, you'll be happier still to know J

vg *' ?* rolls around ,the business pace i X
that your money will continue>> to earn even more at ...
picks State has
Something new in the dairy in-I up definitely.The >

dustry' is "Grade A fresh raised the tag fee from 25c to 50c, our increased high dividend rate, with full insur-

homogenized," in three-quart cans therefore your tag will cost an ,ad- t
I The label states it is "ultra pasteur- ditional 25c more than it did last I sate for your savings. If you missed out now's t

ized", can be stored: without refrigeration year. Don't fuss at the tag sellers the time to "get in/* Open your account here today. {

I and it "meets or exceedsthe they didn't have a thjng to do with I
:j:
.s< minimum standards of the U. 3. the price increase the state legislature

ucot mcxnt un Department of Agriculture... It is did it. Your Money Now Earns At Our New I

priced to retail at a price considerably Mrs. Young reports that duringthe

less per quart than milk now first four weeks in 1962 they High Anticipated Dividend

selling in Florida stores. have sold 197 more tags than, last J..

What this development will year, registered 64 more titles registered '
Rate Of 41/2%
mean to dairy producers is difficultto 11 more boats. During the ,

say at this time. If taste and 19 working days in the first reportfor h PAYABLE SEMI-ANNUAIXY ).:

QUlMlElAS EVERY RACE quality of the canned product are the year the office sold '2740

DAILY DOUBIJE Urli 2ndCiUBHOUSE accepted by consumers, and it tags with a total of 4974 tags left t
meets the requirements of state to be sold in 18 working days before
7
laws, it could be an important com- the.deadline on Feb. 20. .

petitor in the dairy field. -

SISTER DIES IN TAMPA Everglades Federal i

DR. E. A. BOSWELL BUYS .-

CLINE FISH CAMP HEREDr. Mrs. Bill McClenithan has re-

E. A.. Boswell, formerly of ceived word of the death of her SAVINGS & LOAN ASSOCIATION

I:1:1n:1ujiU1I:: : : ; Stuart, has purchased the Dale sister in Tampa. Mrs. McClenithanwas SAVINGS INSURED UP TO $10,000 BY FEDXRAI. SAVTHO8

Cline property on the canal bankon unable to attend the funeral LOAN INSURANCE CORPORATION

WEST ONBELVEDERE Canal Street in Canal Point. Dr. due to a sprained ankle she received l-lAND
a 8. W. AVE. V BZLXJC OLAXNE FBONK WY I-ZtC1
RD. Boswell is a retired physician and in a misstep she made at the

lived in Stuart for several years Breakwater at the Pahokee Har-

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