The Everglades news
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 Material Information
Title: The Everglades news
Alternate title: Belle Glade news
Alternate Title: News
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Everglades News Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Canal Point Palm Beach County Fla
Creation Date: July 27, 1962
Publication Date: -1967
Frequency: weekly
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 )
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
notis - AKF8469
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 Related Items
Succeeded by: Glades observer
Succeeded by: Everglades observer

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,M Sheriff Taylor Hospital Straw VoteS- .Mayor Back Home

1} Speaks To Lions Has Good Rec NewsCity

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C. E. Taylor, Sheriff of Palm August officials won a couple and

Beach County, was guest speakerat lost a couple in a session with

the luncheon meeting of the Pa- 'Corps of Engineers staffers in

hokee Lions Club, Tuesday. Intro- The Straw Ballot Election to be On the ballot will be the follow- at the Glades Office BuildingIf I'Jacksonville, a session aimed at

duced by Mel Stanley, he stated held August 21 in both the South- ing proposals: not a registered voter but a improving Pahokee's recreational

that it is his aim to raise' the cali- western and Northwestern Palm 1. For combining the North resident of Florida for one year facilities along the Lake Okeecho-

ber of law enforcement in the Beach County Public Hospital Districts western and Southwestern Palm and the county for'six months, reg- bee shoreline.

County and to put it on a profes- will include the use of Absentee Beach County Public Hospital Dis- istration can be obtained up to 14 :Mayor Duncan Padgett reported

sional rather than a political basis. Ballots for freeholders who tricts, building a new hospital on days before the election at the the corps will:

Sheriff Taylor explained some of i plan to be away from the area at State Road 715 in the vicinity of Glades Office Building. Residentswho Repave the mile of levee-top

the circumstances surrounding his that date. the County Park subject to Bond have previously registered but roadway now existing when the

appointment and stated that he hasa The election is to be conducted i Referendum. who have not voted in the past few levee is raised, to retain the city's

background of 23 years as a law by the Supervisor of Registration 2. For retaining present hospital elections are urged to reregisteras access to two rec areas now in ex

t enforcement officer in the Florida according ,to procedure used in districts, improving hospital facil- they may have been dropped istence.
\ Highway Patrol before his more General Elections. Freeholders. ities in the district by remodelingand from the registration rolls. Double the width of a second

recent service with the Turnpike owners of real estate, who are registered or new buildings, subject toBond Owners of property who did not mile of levee to permit the city to

Authority.The voters in Palm Beach Referendum. own property when they had last double its recreational areabutthe

Sheriff stated further that if County will be eligible to vote. Registered freeholders who wish registered must also sign a free- engineers won't pave the sec-

be can have a year to organize his Two proposals will be on the absentee ballots for this election, holder's affadavit at the Glades ond mile.

department, he feels that the "Cit- straw ballot and voters will be instructed must apply before the deadline of Office Building and can do so up Padgett said the corps will not: I

izen's Committee" or "Crime Com- to cast their vote for one five days before the election date to 14 days prior to the election. The Widen an additional two-mile I

mission" recommended by the of the proposals only. Voting ma- of August 21. The absentee ballots Glades Office Building, on U. S. strip of the new levee city officials

Grand Jury would be unnecessaryand chines will be used and set up at must be received by 5 p. m. the day I 441 between Belle Glade and Paho- hoped would give them a Pahokee- I

that the money which such an the normal precinct locations before the election. Absentee Bal-I kee, is open Monday through Friday to-Canal Point lake front rec area. I

: organization would cost could be throughout the two districts. lots may be received from and 8:30 a. m. to 5 p. m. Create an offshore island for the I
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: put use. reply ques- city protect I

t tions regarding gambling, he stated dollar breakwater. !
I that he felt that it was unlikely Gulf Station Has Rev. Stewart's Last Parrish Family On Padgett came back from the i

that all forms of gambling could New ManagementRay N. Carolina VisitMr. Jacksonville meeting happy with i

be completely stamped out in any the immediate progress and hope !
Sermon Here Sun.Rev.
t... .- given area: but that there. is not Shore:.of. South Bay has and Mrs. F. S. Parrish' and ;I ful for the future. ;
this time "The is to create 1
at any large-scale ori corps going
bought Jack's Service Station on daughter Debbie have returned
i ganized gambling in Palm Beach three islands one north of us and i
East Main Street from J. V. (Jackie Charles D. Stewart, pastorof from a visit to ,his parents, :Mr. and
County.Dr. ) Thomas Jr. who plans to gaI Mrs. L. W. Parrish at Cary, N. C. two south of us.
I the Canal Point Baptist Church
Richard C. Lane, second "We get one someday but
into business with his father, J. V. While Mr. Parrish remained at may
vice-president, presided over the and :Mrs. Stewart will begin their" not right now."
Thomas Sr. Cary to be near his father who was
business session. N vacation August 1. On September He also said a request was made
ill Mrs.
Mr. Shore has a wife and son Parrish and daughter
Visitors Jack Nash of for fill to be into the city's
were pumped
and is currently building a new 15, 1962, Rev. Stewart retires from visited her brother-in-law and sist-
West.Palm Beach, John Ish of Ohio lakefront, to create a sandy beach
home in Pahokee. He has been in active pastorate. He plans to devote er, Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Johnston
and S. E. Stabler. where it's rocky right
the produce business for the past Farmville. Va. Enroute home,
Next week, William Benton will his time to pulpit supply work and now."
two years but previously he was Mr. and Mrs. Parrish and daughter
present E. A. Jensen who will interim pastoral work. "It was a successful trip," he
associated with an Esso Station in visited Mr. and Mrs. John Crawleyat
show a documentary film releasedby Tennessee for 13 years. Since he will be on vacation Sunday New London, N. C. said. "But we'll continue to work
the Department of the Army for whatever help we can get in
29 will be his last
July sermonas .
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explaining the reasons for the call developing the lakefront.
of National Guard Units to active active pastor of the local chur- "We're going to have a wonderful -

duty. This film is intended to pub- Canal Point Man Is ch. Rev. Stewart began his minis- Tax Millage Down recreation area there in a few

licize the Homecoming celebrationfor try as pastor of the Canal Point years, one of the finest in the coun

the Belle Glade National Guard BrevardSheriff Baptist Church in 1957. During Slightly In CountyThe ty..
Unit to be held at the Armory on Even so, with some drawbacks
these six major im-
years many
Saturday, August 11, from 5 to 7 the areas accessible to the public
provements have been made, some
p. m. I : are getting plenty of use.
county commission
__-_ Ralph E. Clark formerly of of which are: gave .
Canal Point sheriff and final approval this week to its an-
a deputy
1. Placing a recessed lighting
'Still identification officer for ,Palm nual budget which this year calls :.
Library Use system in the Church Auditorium. National Guard
i Beach County Sheriffs Depart- 2. Venetian Blinds blending with for expenditures of little more. than

ment until his resignation Feb. 1, the color scheme of the walls of $12 million. I
\ -, Showing Increase 1958, has been named sheriff of the Auditorium were installed at The tax levy was set at 6.89 mills Back Home Aug. 10A

Brevard County, it was learned each window. which is slightly less than last

.r< here Saturday night. .3.- The walls of the Auditoriumwere years millage.In .
{ The number of books being His apppointment by Gov. Farris redecorated. other actions this week the total of 35 men Glades boys inthe

checked out daily at the Pahokee Bryant is expected to be made-official 4. Carpets were placed on the commission voted to renew issuing National Guard, will be returning -

Public Library is still on the increase Monday. Auditorium floors. service pins to county employes 'i from active duty on or about
to the va- based on terms of service from
it was announced at the Clark was appointed 5. The Choir space was more the 10th of August. Representatives
death four five years and over.
monthly meeting of the Library cancy created by the Jimmie Dunn. than doubled and equipped with Heard that the municipality of from South Bay, Clewiston,
days ago of cushioned chairs. Pahokee! and Belle Glade have met
Board Monday night, with the i with the opera Lake Clarke Shores had declinedto
After serving two years 6. The erection of the new Sun- and planned the Welcome Cere-
chairman L. L.
Shirley, presid-
Police Department, pay the county an $800 bill for
Belle .
day School Rooms are almost com- monies in the form of a BarBQuefor -
spraying Lake Clarke in an effortto
ing.A Clark was named The estimatedcost their families and all
few more books were selectedfor 15 1956. pleted. new building kill weeds in the lake. The com- the boys,
ficer here April of $35,000, houses two Nur- citizens of the Glades.
ordering. This will deplete the
He that position Feb. mission said the town felt the job
fund set aside for new books.Titlesof resigned sery rooms one beginner depart- to be unsuccessful since the weeds An anticipated crowd of 2000
the books will be published when 1, 1958 to become chief ment room one dual-purpose room, from the Glades area will go to the
the Martin County Sheriffs are now returning in the lake.
they arrive. gator for to be used for the Primary Depart- Belle Glade Armory, on August 7

A new dictionary "Merriam Department. ment, and also for the social and Approved a trip for Commission I 11th from 5 to 7 PM and eat and", .
Chairman Lake to
Lytal ameeting
Webster Unabridged Third Edi- recreational room. The Kitchen is be merry to show these boys we

tion" has been obtained, and is now Jimmie Vann Will adequate, and is well equipped with of the Governor's Citizen appreciate what they have done in.
Advisory Committee which is
available for the use of the.public Electric water heater, electric our behalf. A program is being
this week in Orlando.
Conduct ServicesThe and electric refrigerator meeting planned with the Bar-B-Que under *
.... Those attending the meeting in range .
addition to the chairman were Mrs.R. and adequate cabinet space. The the direction of Bob Lee, the

B. Simonson, Mrs. J. R. York worship services at the Pa- air-conditioner serves both for HOME FROM VACATIONMr. Committee Chairman.. .

and Mrs. Ida Larrimore, librarian. hokee First Methodist Church, on heating and cooling the New Build- and Mrs. M. J. Sapp have returned -

Sunday, July 29, will be in chargeof ing. from a three week vacation VISIT GRAND BAIIA3IAMr.

HOME FROM CAROLINAMrs. J. W. Vann at the eleven o'clock 7. A car porte has been added to tour of Florida.While at Lake Kerr and Mrs. Rupert Mock, Miss

Howard Holman and morning service and Jack Spencerat the Pastorium.The they visited Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Jeanine Mock, Rupert Mock, Jr..

daughter, Martha, returned last the night service. The pastor, Church has received special Clause, former residents of Paho- Miss Cyndy Friend, Johnny Smith;

week from a visit with her parents, Rev. T. C. O'Steen who has been recognition from the Florida Bap- kee. Among other places visited Miss Loren Wolfenbarger and Miss

Mr. and Mrs. G. F. Fisher at Bel- attending Garrett Bibical Institute tist Convention Headquarters for were Jacksonville, Arcadia, Sara- Linda Webb, both of Winter Haven

mont, N. C Jimmy Holman will remain in Chicago.during this month will gifts to all phases of the Florida sota and Homestead. Mrs. Sapp's and Pat Canty of Madison flew to

in Belmont with his grandparents return to conduct services on Au- Baptist Convention and the South- mother Mrs. Ida Garrett, accomp- Grand Bahama and spent last

until the last of August. gust 5.. era Baptist Convention. 1 anied them home from Ft. Ogden. weekend at West End.


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the Lake.Okeechobee, Farming: Region Without. .
Interruption Every Week for More Than 30 Years t HAVE YOUR DOWN PAYMENT :NOVAl"T TO BUY, BUT LACK CASII? I

Established March 11, 1924 Published Every Friday If you've located the home you want and you In a surprisingly short length of time, you
t have your down payment, you're ready to see too can have your down payment. Here's how
Subscription Price.! ,$2.00. Year In AdvanceThe us about a low cost home loan. --open a savings account here right away.

This is the place to come, because we Save as much as you can regularly. t
Everglades News Is'Entered at the Post Office
specialize in loans to buy homes. We know We also add a big dividend to your account !
In Canal Point: Florida,: ,"as Second Class:Matter just what to do to see that your loan is quickly regularly so your savings will grow even :t

processed and how to arrange easiest terms. faster. Accounts may be opened by mail.
Paul Rardin Owner Editor Publisher
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Here: Is What Transpired At Monday's
And Loan Association.
Meeting: Of'The Palm Beach

County Commission
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, The Palm Beach County Commission work at its own The --
I space expense. Mr. and Mrs. James G. Thomas,
- this week reach:: d.a'1 county' agreed to a three year lease Elections Are Bible Lands Tour Jr. will return today from a weeks I
agreement with the Mal Tool ,& with an additional three year option -
cruise aboard the S. S. Evangeline.
Engineering Co., a tenant at International -, at the end of the three year
For P. B. Co. They embarked at Miami and visit-
Airbase, in which the,firm period. The board turned down the AugustPreliminary GroupRev. ed points of interest in Nassau
will be allowed to increase the size firms request that its rent be reduced -
Haiti and Jamaica.IN .
of its airport facilities. from $322 to $150 per
A week ago the commission month. plans are now being and Mrs. W. Hal Hunterof
turned down a proposal by the The firm said it needed extra made for the annual Agricultural; Northwood Baptist Church are FIFTEENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
Stabilization and Conservation sponsors of a tour of the Bible I FLORIDA IN AND FOR PALM BEACH
firm which provided for a long space in order to move in additonal
County and Community Committee Lands and Europe during August. COUNTY.IN .
term lease arrangement. equipment to be obtained from the I CHANCERY 62 C 14SO-A
The pact approved this week Standard Tool Co. of Ft. Lauder- elections to be held during the The party will he made up of South FLINT EDWARDS. : -
F'oridians! for it3 ire to Plaintiff :
month August.A. except < \
calls for the company to constructsome dale, which has gone out of busi-: ?s- :
$15,000 worthof' additional. :ness. R. Harrington, Chairman of Fuad Saadeh a naturalized American ARMILEE EDWARDS :
: the Palm Beach ASC County Com- citizen originally of Damascus Defendant :
mittee has announced that the Syria.
Ag Teachers HereIn Home Administration. elections will be by mail ballot Other Palm Beach County citi- 1407 South Van Buren Avenue
Throughout the week delegates Albany. Georgia
again this year and that the ballots zens going are Mrs. Noble Grubb,
You Flint
heard from university and business are hereby notified that
will be mailed to all known Mrs. Thurmond Knight and Mrs. Edwards has filed a Bill of Complaint
U of Fla SchoolSam specialists. Special groups discussed eligible farmer voters on or about Lavenia Bragg as well as others against you for divorce and you are
local market problems. These required to serve a copy of your answerto
August 20th and must be returned from Fort Myers and Vero Beach.I the complaint on the plaintiff's At-
groups covered citrus, vegetables, to the ASC' County Office by Rev. Hunter is a former pastor torney. Thadd Whlcfden' P. O. BOX

Lovell and James Herrod of cattle and hogs, dairy and poultry, August 30th to be counted in the of the First Baptist Church in ,Pa-'inal 705. Pahokee answer ,in Florida the office and file of the the Cleric orig-

Belle Glade High School, along ornamentals and field crops. election results. hokee. Mrs. Knight is a former resident of the Circuit Court of Palm Beach
County. West Palm Beach, Florida, on
with Noma R. Norman of Pahokee'High of Pahokee where she and
The committeemen elected will or before the 27th day of August. 1962;
were in attendance at the annual Surprise Party For assume office on October 1, 1962 her husband Thurmond and child-I if you fall so to do. Judgment by default
will be taken for the
convention for teachers of vo- Mrs. Herman KautzMr. to serve for a one-year period ren lived before moving to the East relief demanded in against the complaint.you

cational agriculture at the University through September 30, 1963. The Coast. DATED this 19th day of July. 1962.J. .
of Florida in Gainesville dur- ALEX ARNETTE
ASC County and Community Com- Clerk of Circuit Court
ing the week of July 16 through 20. and Mrs. Price Burdeshaw mittees administer locally the var- Recent visitors of Mr. and Mrs. (Circuit Court Seal)
Most of Florida's Vo-Ag teachers Pahokee. gave a surprise birth- By Thaddle P. Plant.
ious national farm under -
programs E. A. Lindrose Sr. were Lt. and Deputy Clerk
are graduates of the Universityof day party for their daughter, Mrs. the United States Departmentof Publish July 27. Aug. 3, 10, 17, 1962.
Mrs. Walter Swain of Ft. Benning,
Kautz Thadd WhicMen
Florida which offers the state'sonly Herman on Tuesday nightat with
Agriculture dealing production Attorney for PlaintiffP.
and Mr. and Mrs. Howard
college level curriculum in the Burdeshaw home in Paho- adjustment, price support, O. Box 705
agriculture.On kee. Punch, ice cream, coffee, cake conservation assistance and spec- and son of Merritt Island. Pahokee Florida

their first day "home" Dr. and cokes were served to the in- ial emergency type programs as -. -"'

J. Wayne Reitz, president of the vited guests: Mr. and Mrs. Ray- assigned by the Secretary of Agriculture -

university delivered a "Welcome mond Taylor, Mr. and Mrs. Leonard I The various
I or Congress. :
to Your University" address. ,Maxson, Mr. and Mrs. Paul i policies of, the Agriculture Department happened 100 YEARS
Sasser Mr. Mrs. Bob Dur- ago
The group also heard from Dr. and I are based largely on,the ad-
J. R. Beckenbach director of the rance, Mrs. W. H. Key Cross :Mr. vice and recommendations of these

Florida Agricultural Experiment and Mrs. Hubert Pitts and daughter local farmer committees. The oldest Incorporated trade association In the country, the

Stations; Dr. M. O. Watkins, director Mr. and Mrs. Harold Webb Mr. I 9 United States Brewers Association, was organized in 1862. .

of the Florida Agricultural and,Mrs. Walter Kautz, Herman the same year that
Extension Service; Dr. Marvin A. Kautz and the Kautz children,
Mrs. Jack Phillips and sons, i
Brooker dean ,of the Coljege obi Ronnie and Kathy.
-- John and Jim, of Fairfax, S. C., arrived -
Agriculture; Dr. J. W. '
yesterday to visit her parents -
of the State Soil ConserTvation Mr. and Mrs. Lon B. Wilson
Dr. and :Mrs. L. W. Arm
Service, and Thomas "W- I visited relatives in Orlando over
: t strong, and attend the wedding,of
Shaddick: director of the Farmers I the.. weekend recently.
( I Miss Susan Johnson and Thomas

'Jackson Morrison, Jr., on Satur-

.. .... .. 1 I ,day evening. Jack Phillips uncle
< '" .of the bride, who will be soloist,at

the wedding, will arrive by plane

I Cattle Sales Saturday, accompanied by his son,
Monday Robert.
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: Are regularly held t..at., the Glades Livestock Market Mrs. Sadie Barwick spent several IN FLORIDA, the State Legislature proclaimed that all the

which is owned and,operated by more than 120 days last week at Homestead public lands to which the state claimed title through secession
should be restored to market at$1 and $2 an acre, soldiers to
where she visited her brother and
Florida Cattlemen.. have the right to buy at 1/4 these prices. Throughout the state
sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. J. E-
the event was celebrated with foaming steins of beer.
J You'll enjoy the excellent ,service.. you. receive here. Cochran Jr. and family. Mrs.

i at this Market. We make t effort at all times to Cochran, who has been ill, is still
.. an .give For then, as now, beer was the traditional bev-
in the hospital there but is, con-
an outstanding service. to;, buyer,and seller. Give us erage of moderation-light, sparkling refresh-
valescing satisfactorily following ment that adds a touch of Southern hospitality

a trial. surgery. to'.occasion. Floridians. have always enjoyed

II IJ) tJ), n'nut PASTOR WILL RETURN- the., .fellowship that goes with every glass. \

SALES EVERY J MONDAY AT 1 p. HL Ralph Grimes flew to New Bern. TODAY,In its centennial year,the United States '
N. C. with Hank Aldridge, Tues- Brewers Association still works constantly to.assure
day, in order to drive Rev.and,Mrs. maintenance of high standards of quality ..'

Guthrie Colvard back to Pahokee. and propriety wherever beer,and ale are served. J

Glades Livestock Market Rev. Colvard, pastor of the Paho

kee First Baptist Church, was ,

ASSOCIATION taken ill while on vacation but is
rr sa t
slowly Rev. H 0 k e
On,Pahokeer$ lle Glade Road Shirley of Pompano, a former pas- /icV ._, !!

.. Phone WY 6-3028 .George Young, Manager or of the local church will be In .

t charge of the,services Sunday- t1 MMla llol' l' HttR r t. '

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Page_. Four The Everglades Hews Canal Point Florida Friday; July 27, 1962
Mrs. J. R. York returned Friday Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Watson have Pfc. Jerry Lindrose has returnedto

from ''a ten day visit with her son, as guests this week, their daughter Ft. Stewart, Ga. after spendinga

.1 PERSONAL NEWS NOTESDavid ] Van York and her two grandsons in :Mrs. Al Martin of Kingston 10-day leave here with relativesand

Ft. Lauderdale. Mrs. Van York Tenn. and their sons, Hugh Watson friends.Mr. .

and daughter were vacationing in of Atlanta and Dr. H. Sasser and Mrs. Arnold Hughesand

-- New York City. Watson of Delray Beach. family vacationed last week at

Simonson has returned to Trooper Charles Humphries of Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Gordon, Sr.. Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Burdeshawand I Salerno.Mr. .

his studies at Florida Southern Stuart, visited his mother, :Mrs. were called to Miami Monday by family are spending a two and Mrs. Danny Mullis and

College in Lakeland after spendingthe Bill Unwin on Tuesday. the illness of their grandson, Will-I week vacation at Salerno.Mr. I son, Danny, Jr., spent last weekend

weekend with his parents, Mr. Mr. and Mrs. E. F. McIlwain had iam Dewey Hilton, Jr., the two and Mrs. W. A:. Stevens Sr. with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. L.

and Mrs. R. B. Simonson.Mr. as their weekend guest, her week baby of Mr. and Mrs. ,W. D. and Mr. and Mrs. Ray Hawk, Jr. M. Mullis and other relatives. Mr.

and Mrs. Wm. McClenithanhad Mrs. Pearl Cone, of aunt'l Hilton.. Word has been received and children left Monday to visit Mullis returned to Orlando, but

as recent guests, her granddaughters Mrs. Velva Elliott left that the baby, although still in the Mr. Steven's sister, Mrs. Ruth Mrs. Mullis and son remained for a

Vanessa and Denise to visit her son and daughter-in- hospital is recovering satisfact- Williams and Mrs. Blanch Came- longer visit.
Howell daughters of Mr. and Mrs. i law Staff Sgt. and Mrs. Ronald I orily. ron at Newberry.Mr. .

Ed Howell of Fort Myers. : Elliott and sons in Phoenix Ariz. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Maxwell and Mrs. Joe Kahn and HOME FROM GAINESVILLE

I Sgt. Elliott is studying medical ,visited Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Cochran I daughter, Margie left last Friday Miss Jeanine Mock returned

I technology at St. John's Hospitalin Jr., in Homestead last Sunday.Mr. to vacation for two weeks at Mi- home Wednesday from Gainesville

Phoenix and expects to grad- and Mrs. Osceola Upthe- ami Beach. where she spent several days. She

THRILLS GALORE uate in the near future. grove plan to spend the weekendin : Mr. and Mrs. Bill Cochran and was accompanied to Gainesville by

Mr. and Mrs. Al Garcia, daughter St. Petersburg visiting Mr. and family of West Palm Beach. will be Mrs. Richard Korbley. Jr., who

FOR YOUNGSTERS Elaine and sons Frankie and Mrs. Edward Forst and the
family. guests this weekend of Judge went on to Augusta Ga., to join

to 80 David, of Tampa are visiting her Mrs. J. H. Blair of Canal Point and Mrs. J. L. Tyson and will attend her husband after spending the
up years parents Mayor and Mrs. Duncan returned to Glenwood Georgia fora I the Morrison-Johnson wedding weekend here with her parents

Padgett.Mr. visit with relatives there after I Saturday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Friend.
A Half-Scale i and Mrs. Earl Cooper and spending several days at her: home
family are leaving today, to visit
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relatives in Pensacola, Luverne, here.Mr. ,
and Mrs. James Harry Wilk-
Ala. and Sevierville Tenn.
inson spent last weekend visitingMr.
MODEL T Mr. and Mrs. R. F. Hurt had as -
and Mrs. Joel W. Brown at Salt WANTED !
their guests last week, their

Replica grandsons, Sean and Jim Nye of Springs.
Donna and John Thomas Burde-
West Palm Beach. ..
Mrs. Irene Johnson of Blakely, shaw returned to their home -

EngineRUNS Ga. is visiting her brothers and ; Bartow, Saturday, after spending '

sisters-in-law Mr. and Mrs. C. A. three weeks here visiting their IN

Batchelor and Mr. and Mrs. Harvey 'grandparents Mr. and Mrs. Price

Batchelor.Mr. Burdeshaw and other relatives. SUGAR CANE AND OR
Mrs. A. C. Phillips had as Sunday
and Mrs. Wiley Tillis andMr.
guests her son-in-law and daughter -
and Mrs. Frank Tillis and boys VEGETABLESGOOD -
Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Hodges Jr.
plan to attend the annual Jaudon
and son Freeman of Clewiston.The .
family reunion in Tampa Sunday.Mr. .
and Mrs. A. R. Harringtonand Hodges were accompaniedhome WAGES, STEADY WORK '
by their son Keith, who had
family of Canal Point have re-
been the guest of his grandmotherfor
AND HANDLES turned to their home after a two INQUIRE NOW !
a week. Mrs. Phillips also had
LIKE A REAL CAR! week vacation spent at McDonald another grandson Clark Bass ,of
Villas in Riviera Beach.
This half-scale replica of the Belle Glade as her guest last week.
famous 1910 Model T like Mrs. Mary Hammond was able
runs Mr. and Mrs. Bill Cochran and
one handles like one to return to her home Saturday
family of West Palm Beach were Florida State Service
even sounds like one. Designedto after being a patient at the Ever- Employment
weekend, guests of her moths-.
carry two youngsters in com glades Memorial Hospital for sev- i.
fort it has ample strengthto eral days. Mrs. Frank Friend. 41 Southeast Avenue D .
haul 2 adults. Has steel frame Mrs. Mary Hammond has returned -
Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Cross and
Fiber glass body; Forward, neu- to her home after spending
Mr. and Mrs. R. T. Smith of Canal '
Belle Glade FloridaPictureof
tral and Mechanical
reverse. several days last week in Ever- ,
brakes. Normal speeds up to 10 Point were the guests of Mr. and glades Memorial Hospital becauseof I
mph. But can be set faster or Mrs. Doyle Branyon in Melbourne
a heart condition. S V&gfg*&
slower. Not designed for high- Sunday.Mr. I
way use but more fun than a and Mrs. Dannie Mullis and .
barrel of monkeys for the little Dannie of Orlando were the
whole family. Come in and see -
weekend of Mr. and Mrs. R.
this half-scale "Tin Lizzy". You'llbuy guests I
it. Made only by McDonough S. Stokes.Mr. .
Power Equipment Inc., Mc- and Mrs James Gibson and .
Donough Ga.CASH. daughter, Jamie of Canal Point
and Mrs. S. 'A. Nail of Canal Point Profflise

s PRICE were the guests of Mrs. Viola Crossin a

$359.50FRANK Miami Sunday.Mr. .
and Mrs. Elmer Lowery and
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BELK son Farris of Eastman Georgia

visited Mrs. C. B. Jones and Altonof -- .

Phone 924-7311 Canal Point during the weekend. : ',", '

David Jones of Gainesville visit- _/ ,
3597 Airport Road Pahokee, Fla.Classified ?"
ed his mother Mrs. C. B. Jones of l' ...

Canal Point, Tuesday afternoon.Mrs. --

Howell Mrs. Susie Renfoe .
uWuuruWu and Miss Lizzie Carraway of West .
Palm Beach were the guests, of Mr. '4S9k

AdsSUGAU and Mrs. Wiley Tillis of Pahokeefor ...-

several days this week. } .'
Mrs.,Seth Roberts of Pahokee is
is sure to hit. If
visiting her mother, Mrs. Mary _
you have a spare room or two for
McArthure, in Slocum Alabama.Mr. '" : 1
rent, why not place an ad in this .. ;
and Mrs. Charlie Smith of
column and watch results. A phone t
Ft. Pierce were the guests of Mr.
call and $1.00 will get the Job done. wy' FQ
and Mrs. F. W. Cross Monday.Mr. x y ,

ROOMS ARE NEEDED almost and Mrs. Donald Hand have

daily. If you advertise in this returned to their home in Jack- Yr Jr

classified column, folks will know sonville .after the 'weekend visit Sure, ifiefs a grand old flag! "

where to find that spare reom. with Mrs. Fred Hand and familyof That8 why we salute her. 4 n '

Send 51.00 and for ad to Pahokee. '4CrmoJ
copy your That's why we pledge allegiance to her.
Mrs. W. L. Duncan returned to > ,.
The Everglades News, Canal Point, .:
Fla. her home in Naples after several That pledge in its simplest terms, > Jz 1

I I days visit. ,at her home in Canal Is another way of saying"Count me'r' K r y1 ;

FOR SALE: New and used Willys Point, i You're my country and I love you 'z4 4-;

Jeeps. Walter Ashley's Garage Mrs. Annie Merle Carter and and need you. Your problems are ,

In Belle Glade Phone 3058. Mrs. Morgan Tyson and son spent my problems and I'm with you ,. ,:

Oot.. 17-54-ch. the weekend at Punta Gorda, re- all the way." .7 d I n d .

Fifteen Dollars cently.Mr. Your country's biggest single ;
and Mrs. L. H. Gordon, Jr., problem is the perpetual responsibility '-

Tbat is all you need to have a new and children vacationed at Naples for keeping the peace its people ti ,
home built on your lot.,For further I last weekend. \
I I I want. You can help with this 4 4.<
details call HUNT REAL ESTATEat 1 Mrs. G. Bedford Brown of problem by remembering this:

924-7953 in Padhokee. M25tf I Georgetown, Ky., is visiting her
Pfac Money for f.
costs money.
brother-in-law and sister Col. and
'OR RENT: Rooms, Light House military and industrial strength. '
I Mrs. W. S. Evans at Port Mayaca.Mr. .
"keeping Lucky Star Dude Ranch' and Mrs. William D. Casto Money for science and education
Phone 9249480. J 29-4tp. And money saved by individualsby -
returned Sunday from a three week

:FOR SALE: Several real good vacation spent in West Virginiaand you-to help keep the economy
strong. Bonds provide this money. I
buys in frame homes. If you are Annandale, Va. PrU Wlmer-:T.uae.l N.-ww..ps t CwUftr ,
looking for a home and don't have Little Misses Lisa and Linda Lee _* UUU H.xm.'f,

to have a new one We have it. Or Lombard of Miami were the week- ;y.

for $50 'down we can possibly build end guests of their grandparents, Help Strengthen America's Peace Power 1

you a new one. See or Call Dan I Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Miller of Canal t

7235.Carpenter. 924-7156 or 2tc res. 924- Point.Recent guests of Mr. and :Mrs. Buy U S. Savings Bonds
H. C. Graham were his nephew and .. .
FOR RENT: New 2 bedroom con- niece, Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Grah- :

: ;:' -crete block house, Furnished. In am and son, Don, of Tulsa Okla.; '

.+:the Orange Grove, 289 Parkview Rev and Mrs. Sephus Garrett and PAYING 3)4% INTEREST ;i

.:Court $125 per month. See or call daughter of Meridian Miss., and ;
Ti Ornmn dos not /a C&M Jivrt sins TA Treasury Department thank ;
: l/JL pay ,
": Dan Carpenter. office 924-7156 or Rev. and Mrs. Hoke Shirley of -
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Page.Six The Everglades News, Canal Point, Florida Friday, July 27..1962

Rotarians Hear Funeral Services I.

I News Rev. W. T. RobertsRev. John E. Mills, 67

II[ Of The Churches II
W. T. Roberts of Chicago Services for John Emmett Mills, !

exchange pastor for the month of 67, of Pahokee who died Saturday :

July at the Pahokee Methodist at a local hospital following a long I f
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Church, was guest speaker at the illness, were held at 3 p. m. :
luncheon meeting of the PahokeeRotary" Tuesday at the Pahokee First Bap- '\
First Methodist The, Church. Of God Church.Of God .
Club; last ThUrsday Intro tist'Church with Elder Rubin Bar- I

Church, PahokeeRev. Of Prophecy, PahokeeCanal Barfield HighwayPahokee duced by W. S. Plumer, he spokeon field of Canal Point officiating.

Point Road the "Problems of the Churchin Mr. Mills was a long time residentof 'I

T. C. O'Steen Fla. Urban Areas." the area having come from

,. ti SUNDAY: John H. Kinard, pastor J. W. Hughes, Minister County Commissioner Paul Rar- Brantley, Alabama in 1945.
9:45 a. m.-Church School 10:00 a. m.-Sunday School Phone 924-3736 din who was celebrating his birth- Survivors include his wife, Mrs. 1

11:00 a. .-Morning Worship 11:00 a. '.-Preaching Service SUNDAY: day anniversary was surprisedwith Jessie Mills of Pahokee,eight sons.

6:45 p. .-MYF 7:45 p. m.-Evangelistic Service 9:45a. m.-Sunday School a large birthday cake whichhe Raymond, Jimmie Ben, Jackie,

7:45 p. m.-Evening Worship 8:00 p. m. Tuesday-V.L.B. 11:00 a. m.-Morning Worship cut and served to fellow Rotar-1 Davis, George and Roland, all of
TUESDAY: 8:00 p. m. Thursday-W.M.B. 7:30 p. Evangelistic Ser- j ians. The cake was-provided by the I Pahokee, and Bobbie of the US. I

7:00 p. .Vesper Choir prac- Everyone welcome. Special music viceTUESDAY office personnel of the Glades Of- Army stationed at Fort Benning.

ticeWEDNESDAY and singing. : fice Building. Ga.; four daughters, Mrs. Lillie

: 7:30 p. m.-Prayer Service Guests were John Dulany of Pearl Johnson, Mrs. Grace Usher 1
Belle Glade Bob Hutchins Mrs. Linda Dixon and Mrs. Gale
7:45 p. m. Mid-week devotions Canal Point First THURSDAY: West l
Palm Beach L. V. McClelland of Dixon, all of Pahokee; three brothers
8:30 p. m.-Senior Choir practice 7:30 p. .-Youth for Christ
Baptist Church Service Canal Point and Buddy Lampi. Hillard of Columbus, Gav Jim

.- mt of Pahokee and Jeff of Bra 1t1ey. )
Elder R. E. Barfield Mrs. Latham Directs Ala.; seven sisters, Mrs. Lela Nelson -
Canal Point SUNDAY: BIRTHSMr. Miss Ethel Mills Mrs. Alice ,

ChurchRev. 10:00 a. m.-Sunday School Regular WMU MeetThe Mack Miss Bonnie Mills and Mrs.

Baptist 11:00 a. m.-Morning Worship and Mrs. Lloyd E. Clifton Evelyn Pinkard all of Brantley \
7:00 p. m.-B. T. C. Ala., Mrs. Willie Rhodes of Glen-
(Norma Gant) of Indiantown an- regular monthly meeting of
Charles D. Stewart, Pastor 8:00 p. m.-Evening Worship nounce the birth of a 7 lb., 1 oz son, the W. M. U. of the Canal Point wood, Ala., and Mrs. Voncille Layton -

SUNDAY: WEDNESDAY: Drew Albert, on July 21. Baptist Church met Monday nightat Cairo Ga. and 42 grandchild 1
9:45 a. m.-Sunday School 7:30 p. .-Midweek Prayer Mr. and Mrs. Perry D. Peaden, the Church. Mrs. J. D. Latham,
11:00 a. m.-:Morning Worship Service ren.Pallbearers
Jr. (Bonnie Jernigan) of Pahokee president, presided during the bus were Hubert Tillery
6:30 p. .-Training Union 2nd and 4th TUESDAYS: iness W. P. Culberson Culberson I
announce the birth of a son, Alvin meeting.The Billy
7:30 p. m.-Evening Worship 7:30 p. .-Ladies Auxiliary Lewis, on July 17. program was presented by I Kyle Hatfield, Albert Snyder and

WEDNESDAY: Meeting.Christian. Mr. and Mrs. Olen Herbert Pea- Mrs. J. D. Latham and the topic Graham Mole.
... .
7:30 -
p. -.Prayer. Meeting den (Patty Elvira Taylor) of Pa- for discussion was "They That I I Burial was at Port Mayaca i

Science hokee announce the birth of a son, Keep My Ways," The .devotionalwas Cemetery with Wetherington Fun-

I The Pahokee Church Group Of Canal Point Olen Herbert Peaden Jr. on July given by :Mrs. L. D. Echols and eral Home in charge of arrange-
1. Mrs. Latham. Those taking part on ments.

Of The Nazarene Mr. and Mrs. James Walter the program were Mrs. C. D. Stew- ,
Progress depends on spiritually -
I Bobst (Alma Sweatt) of Pahokee are, :Mrs. Laith Nail, Mrs. F. F.
meaningful This is
activity. a TO TOUR EUROPEMrs.
Rer. Max D. Jones Pastor announce the birth of a son Ricky Burr and Mrs. Paul Rardin.
theme of Lesson-Sermon
en- -a. Preston Dunckelman and
433 Bacom Point Rd. 2.
Rydell on July
titled "Truth" at Christian Science Mrs. Nelle Hunt left Saturday for
Phone 924-7528 P. O. Box 882 Mr. and Mrs. Donald Ray Purs- BACK TO CHICAGO
church services Sunday. New York where they boarded theS.
SUNDAY SERVICES: ley (Nancy Elaine:f Roberts) of Rev. and Mrs. W. T. Roberts and
Scriptural passages will include S. France for a four week tour
9:45 a. m.-Sunday School Belle Glade announce the birth ofa family returned to Chicago this
these verses from Proverbs. (4) of will visit England
: Europe. They ,
11:00: a. m.-Sunday Worship daughter, Tammy Elaine on week where heviII resume his
"Let thine eyelids look straight be- Holland Belgium Luxembourg
6:30: p. m.-Juniors July 19. duties as pastor at the Norwood
fore thee. Ponder the path of thy Germany Switzerland Austria Italy -
7:00 p. m.-Sunday Evening Pvt. and Mrs. Charles E. Deckerof Park Methodist Church.Rev.. Rob-
feet, and let .all thy ways be esablished. Monte Carlo French Riviera
Evangelistic Pahokee announce the 'birth of was exchange pastor at the
Liechtenstein and France.
WEDNESDAY: a son (unnamed as Pvt. Deckeris Pahokee Methodist Church duringthe
7:30 .:Midweek A citation to be read from "Sci- month of .
p. Prayer enroute from Ft. Hood Tex.) July. -
ence and Health with Key to the _a_
meeting who was born on July 24. r GEORGIA VISITORS
"Where you are a stranger but Scriptures" by :Mary Baker Eddy I TO VISIT LONG ISLAND Mr. and Mrs. Paul Tillery haveas
states (p. 323): "In order to appre- I Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Kolstad I
once. ATTEND FUNERALAmong I are their guests, his mother :Mrs.J. .
hend more we must put into -
those from out of town leaving today to visit their nephewand C. Tillery of Metter, Ga., and
'St. Peter's Lutheran what we already know. We who attended the funeral servicesof niece Mr. and Mrs. Vincent his brother and sister-in-law Mr.
must recollect that Truth is dem- i
John E. Mills on Tuesday after- Balcuns and their six sons,at Mon- and Mrs. James Tillery of St.
Church, Belle Glade onstrable when understood and noon were Miss Ethel Mills Brant- tauk. Long Island N. Y. Followingtheir Mary's Ga., and their 'daughter
that is not 'Understood until
good ley Ala.; Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Mills visit to the Balcuns :Mr. and I Gayle who has been the houseguest .

August Koerber, Pastor demonstrated. also of Brantley; J. C. Layton Mrs..Kolstad will tour the New I of the Paul Tillerys for sev-
The Golden Text is from II Timo-
601 W. Lake Rd., Belle Glade Cairo Ga. Lawrence Hampton England states. eral weeks.
thy (2): "Study to shew thyself -. I
Ga. Gordon
SUNDAY: Pelham ; Mills Miami .
approved unto God, a workman -
Divine Services 11 A. M. and Bobby Mills of Ft. Benning IN DOCTORS HOSPITAL
that needeth not to be ashamed I
School 9:45 A. M. Ga. Mr. and Mrs. L. V. McClellandof APPRECIATION
rightly dividing.a.the word of truth. Canal Point are spending sev-' We wish to thank all our friends

ARRIVES FROM KOREACol. eral days in Miami this week, and neighbors and the staff at
St. Mary's Catholic Bridal Shower For J. J. Eairley arrived from where she is undergoing tests and Everglades Memorial Hospital for

Church Miss Susan Johnson Korea Monday night, and joinedhis treatment at Doctors Hospital. the many kindnesses shown us dur-
I wife and daughters who have 5000' University Drive, 'Coral ing the illness and following the

shown been the house of her Gables. passing of our loved one. The
Father Francis Fennech Pastor A bridal complimentto guests parents I[
Sunday :Mass 11:30 a. m. Miss Susan Griscom Johnson Col. and Mrs. W. S. Evans at i I thoughtfulness of each of you has
Confessions before Mass whose marriage to Thomas Jack- Port Mayaca for some weeks. HOME FROM'SAVANNAH I j I meant so much to us. May God

After visit of several Col. Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Mock returned I I bless you all.THE.
... son Morrison Jr. of Pensacola, a days, -I I
will take place July 28, was held Eairley and his family will 'leave Monday from a visit ,of several,I FAMILY OF JOHN

The Methodist Church at the home of Mrs. Frank Friend. for Hawaii where he will be sta- days with relatives in ; : EMMETT MILLSSeaquarium

Canal Point FloridaRobert Friday evening. Hostesses with tioned at Hickman Air Force- Base. Ga. They were avann8h'1; .a.
Mrs. Friend were Mrs. D. W. Cun- vannah by :Mrs. Mock's .

ningham, Mrs. L. L. Shirley, Mrs. HOBSON TO \"PRSCHOO J. D. Hooks who remained there i To

SUNDAY: A. Shelley, Pastor Allan Fowler, Mrs. W. O. Moss, Bill Hobson, resident of, Canal for a longer visit.. i Have A Monorail

Mrs. J. T.,Platt, Mrs. J. G, Thomas, Point and assistant coach at Paho -- I _
10:00 a. m.-Church School
Jr. and Mrs. Robert C. Woofter.In kee high school will move to West DOSS TABB TO LARGO I, '
11:00.a. m. Morning Worship :MIAMI-Plans for a one-half
the, receiving line with Mrs. Palm Beach soon where he ,has Doss Tabb, who for 10 years was
6:30 m.-Youth Fellowship mile monorail system around the
p. Friend, were the honoree and'her been added'to the Palm Beach associated with the Badcock Furniture -
7:30 m.-Evening Worship tourist attraction Miami Seaquarium -
mother, Mrs. C. G. Johnson. The I High coaching staff. store in Belle Glade is the
have been developed Wom-
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of white hibiscus new of Badcock's in
corsage worn by manager
3:15 p. m. Youth Choir practice etco Enterprises the corporationthat
:Miss Johnson and the pink corsage' PARKERS RETURN HOME Largo near St. Petersburg. the
TUESDAY: runs marine life exhibit.
\vorn by :Mrs. Johnson were made Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Parker returned 9 Wometco
would lease the
8:00 p. m.-\Voman's Society1st monorail .
Tuesday2nd by Mrs. Friend. last Saturday, from a vacation MR. McCALL IMPROVING with an eye to the possibility of

MONDAY, The motif of pink and white was trip spent visiting points of Word received from J. McCall, using monorails as a future systemof

7:30 .-Esther Class meeting carried out in beautiful arrange- interest near Lake Erie, including who underwent surgery at East rapid transit for the Miami area.The
WEDNESDAY p. : ments of pink and white hibiscus Muskingum Park and relatives in Coast Railroad Hospital in St. Dade County Commissionmust

blossoms which were placed artis- Columbus Ohio. They visited her Augustine is to the effect that he the idea because the
7:30 .-Prayer :Meeting
tically throughout .the area of en- brother and sister-in-law, :Mr. and is convalescing nicely and is plan- Seaquarium is leased from the

tertainment.The Mrs. Mike Bonnell and family in ning to return to his home in Canal] county. The county would share in

First Baptist refreshment table was laid Roanoke, Va.; Mrs. Walker Foun- Point within a.few. .days. the profits from the transportation -

Church PahokeeGuthrie with an imported cloth of linen tain in Pitts, Ga. and relatives in system. The project accord-

embroidered with cutwork. The Hahira and_other towns in Georgia. KENTUCKY VISITORSMr. ing to early estimates, would cost

table decorations featured a mina- They were accompanied home by and Mrs. Edward DeLeon between $250,000 and $260,000.Ten .

W. Colvard, Minister ture bride dressed in white with Mr. Parker's nephew, William and daughter Melinda of Louisville 16-foot cars would travel sus-

Sunday School-9:45 a. m. her three attendants dressed in Moye of Pitts, Ga. who will be Kentucky, are visiting Mr. pended from an overhead rail car-

Morning Worship-11:00 a. m. pastels. The punch bowl was of their house guest for two weeks. and Mrs. O. H. Sheppard after be- rying 12 passengers each.
Training Union-6:45 p. m. crystal and the compotes filled ing called here due to the illnessof

Evening Worship-8:00 p. m. with flowerd mints were of silver. DR. RAMSEY LEAVESDr. Mr. Sheppard who is a patientat .

Wednesday Prayer ,Service Each portion of cake was decorated and Mrs. Rex Ramsey and Everglades Memorial Hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Minter Collins and !tI

7:30 p. m. with pink rosebuds. family left last week for Nashville .... I their son, Lewis Collins, had as

A warm welcome to all. :Miss Judy Platt and Miss Anita Ark. to visit his parents, Mr. and HOME FROM JAPANTSgt weekend guests Mr. and Mrs. R. I

'. Cowart assisted in serving and :Mrs. Rex Ramsey, Sr. Dr. Ramsey, and Mrs. James Barnes M. Johnson and daughter Miss

Holy Nativity :Miss Gayle Johnson had charge of who was associated with the Po- and four children arrived Monday Betty Johnson of St. Petersburg.
the guest book. teete-Hatton Clinic for the past from Tachikawa AFB Japan,

Episcopal, Church Among the lovely gifts receivedby year, has accepted a professorshipat where he has been stationed for Miss Sylvia Parrish who is a '

Pahokee the honoree was a sterling the University of Arkansas. the last three years. They are visit- student in the School of Nursingat

silver gravy ladle in her chosen ing his parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. S. Orange Memorial Hospital, Orlando -

Rev. L. Leasing, Vicar pattern, presented to her by the Mrs. Andy Cummins Is conva- Barnes and her parents, Mr. and has returned to her duties

... SUNDAY: hostesses. Refreshments were serv- lescing at her home on Greenstar Mrs. R. R. Henderson, until he has after spending the weekend in Pa-

*10 a. m.-Sunday School ed to approximately 75 guests during -; Avenue following surgery at Everglades to report for duty at Robins AFB,' hokee with her parents, Mr. and

'11:00.8. m.-Worship Service the evening. Memorial Hospital. Ga., in August. I Mrs. F. S. Parrish.


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.' I I I t II I I I I I I r I I I I I I I I I : J : I I I : I : I I I I : I : I I I I I I I : I I thing they do may not be agreeable I storage pests. is now found in 15 eastern seaboardand I

. t to everyone. Back of every bit of I The African red fever tick, first adjoining states with spot infestations t

X action, however, is the determination in North America on Florida's east as far west as eastern t
t .0. to keep Florida clean and Missouri, and California has an
I coast a couple of years ago, then
clear of which would threaten eradication going at Sac-
pests program
at Tampa and also at Hudson, N. \
serious losses to agri.culturc.1 ramento.
1 II our Y., was traced to shipments of animals -I .
The war which the Florida De-
from Africa for Americanzoos
partment of Agriculture wages Mr. and Mrs. Herman Kautz
or animal compounds. It was
against insects and animal diseasesis wiped out eventually.The Ronnie and Kathy spent last
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major and deserves
: a campaign Japanese beetle, however weekend at Salerno.THEATRES.
I support. Let the Texas story be an

r f ; example. If everyone abides by the I

: rules and regulations set up to f+Io I I t I I I t-: M 11:11H-I-H- n i n n111 IM i n i n 11111 n
t : il ilt combat agriculture's enemies, this
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story will never become a best
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X Plant and animal diseases and PRINCE LAKE DRIVE-IN ,
insect pests have become an Increasing -

I ,t., problem in the U. S. due Pabokee Pahokee-Belle Glade Road (

4 .. ; I to rapid expansion in foreign com- ,
merce and travel. In 1961 a dang- 2 DIG FEATURES ,

... erous plant pest was stopped every SUNDAY MONDAY -TUESDA* f
.v <. --I 20 minutes at U. S. ports, bordersor SUNDAY-MONDAY-TUESDAY
). JULY 29-30-31
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.1'i airports, according to authori-
t ;- tative statistics. JULY 29-30-si \
'1- i Losses from crop and animal cc
; ." > pests and diseases of foreign origin E X 0 D US" 1
Y c- r cost the nation more than 9 Billion

Ix dollars a year. Five new pests have PAUL NEWMAN, EVA MARIE RICHARD WTOMARK
t :' invaded the U. S. since 1950. In- -ALSO-
, '. witch weed and the Khapra beetle,
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:' Janette Harrington, Canal Point Ii

II-. Wins $1,000 Scholarship AwardMiss Ii

Janette Harrington, daughter of, Mr. and ?!:i:
f Mrs. A. Roswell Harrington of Canal Point was one ;
+ of two winners to receive the Annual Winn-Dixie .-i.,..1
$1,000 college scholarship award, it has been announced :(
:t by the Florida Farm Bureau in Gainesville. .:.1 511- Pahokee Phone WY 6-2550 Belle Glade
The other winner along with Miss Harrington is :i:
:t t James L. Busby of Gainesville. is SALES and SERVICE j|

1 The scholarships are awarded each year to an outstanding ::: lg>
X farm boy and girl. The selections are made .. Heating Air Conditioning Appliances jlji
by the Farm Bureau, but the funds are contributed :X:I I
: by the Winn-Dixie Stores Foundations. The founda- .:. ,
. :t tions granted the first of the scholarships in 1949, ;- *I ij jji ii ii ij i .ji I
and since then a total of 25 one thousand dollar :::
1& scholarships have been awarded to deserving young .;. -- -- --- -- -- -- -- --- --
farm boys and girls. :(:

Second and third places in the girls' division went :i: ffid:

to Janet Logan Denlinger, Dade City, Pasco County, "M1p'X74n'. ....>. wti.... .. .*#..,.AY.YN.t.::..
Florida, and Ann Whittington, Mount Dora, Lake I'
County, Florida. In the boys' division, .
and third places went to Dalton Yancey theUmatilla, .t "
i Lake County, and Sam B. Baker, New Port Richey, ,. :
Pasco County, Florida, in that order. f rl-t\
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The second and third place winners are selected 1: .
in case the first place winners become unable to ac- ,

I. cept the award. ;.. :

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all requirements for the fumigation .

Thee Front and certification of fruit from 'W'
Florida have been rescinded. This .
i >:';f;;{' wasn't because Florida and other .
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b states and countries had done sucha J I ; I

I yktflbNda. fine job of eliminating citrus sur- J\

I face pests which were responsiblefor .
the quarantine. .Rather it was : .
the outright truth that these un- o .' ./"" :.' :...:::: ;:: }

A par n er IO, p+>i wanted pests had become estab- ..... ... .. a.
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lished in Texas and there no longer : ::
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Latest discovery of the destruc- was need for restriction on the \ O. '
tive Mediterranean fruit fly (oth- movement of citrus into that state. ,, .' '. :.jf."..:".;.........,...:
erwise known as the medfly) in the This may sound a little like one ; .
Miami area emphasizes the importance of those ifyoucan'twhipthemjointhem :1'
of keeping our guard up stories. Actually, it is farm '\ UI"B.i : .
Against outbreaks of destructive insect pests and animal diseases. was inevitable that these pests .
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When you note it cost Florida would become established in Texas, ....,,:":;.:,>.:,..:.:: :" :,;,. .m..,.......;..)....:: ..;:.
and the Federal government 10 but until they were Commissioner ft. p {r: :} : ,. ,_;): & ; ;
million dollars to wipe out the previous White and his staff were determined -
medfly outbreak in 1956, you to fight the threat as long
can see that it pays to keep in- I as possible. The result in this in- ,
spectors on the job all the time to stance was a sad ending to a story,
detect any reappearance so it can but the sort of ending that we may
be jumped on fast. be reading in more than one agri-
Like the general whose strategyfor cultural story in the future.
winning battles was to "git It is up to agriculture officialsin
thar fustest with the mostest," we i each state to defend that state

wasted no time in starting eradic- against foreign insect pests and You
can't beat REDDY KILOWATT for doing farm jobs at low
ation operations against the new i diseases as long as possible. Thatis
medfly menace. A force of 80 what the Department of Agri- cost. Works full-time for part-time: wages. The more jobs that

State and Federal men trained in culture is doing in Florida; that is Reddy does, the more money you save. Does in minutes the many,
insect extermination, and plenty of what the departments are doing in
many chores that used to take hours. Milks feed
; cows, grinds ,
equipment were concentrated in Georgia, in Texas, in California
the Miami area immediately. If and in dozens of other states. It pumps and heats water, cleans and ventilates the barns, adds addi-

we're lucky, the costly pest will be isn't always a losing fight and it is tional "daylight" hours the'handiest farmhand yet! You can :
contained and wiped out there be- up to the various Departments of
depend on the efficient economical of reduce
fore it can spread and do untold Agriculture to win if they can. use electricity to
damage to Florida's valuable fruit i We have licked the Mediterranean production and processing costs and increase your farm profits.

crops including.citrus.. I fruit fly before. We did the Biggest bargain in your budget! -
I same thing with the screwworm
In spite of all the efforts of State i which plagued Florida cattle for

and Federal authorities to preventthe I so many years. We not only chased t'4
introduction or spread of insect that pest out of the state, but we )
pests, it sometimes looks like. whipped it again when it stuck its -tiN; agog P fJ.g.m.l.. Liuk/J
a losing fight. An example is the head back across the border. (r ARM BETTER
recent action by the Texas Depart- Our various divisions are set up ...IT'S CHEAPER. TOOl g. +
ment of Agriculture to lift a quarantine to help agriculture in every way ;E fICp1>
that required the fumigation possible. This is especially true of

of citrus fruit from Florida our Divisions of Plant Industryand FLORIDA POWER A LIGHT COMPANYHELPING
and other citrus-producing areas. Animal Industry. Most of the
Texas Agriculture Commissioner work of these two groups is regulatory BUILD FLORIDAT
John C. White notified us that which means that every-