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Title: The Everglades news
Alternate title: Belle Glade news
Alternate Title: News
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Everglades News Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Canal Point Palm Beach County Fla
Creation Date: May 14, 1965
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
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Succeeded by: Glades observer
Succeeded by: Everglades observer

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; May 21, 1965 PUBLISHED WEEKLY CANAL POINT BY PAUL RA RD//l

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Seasonal Labor Is Rev. Stewart Will lleraldColuiunist Funeral Services Youth Program Is

Attend ConventionRev. Luke Fraser's MotherFuneral

Florida Problem Lawrence Stewart plans to Is Banquet Speaker] services were held yes- Ended By BaptistsSunday

leave Thursday for Dallas, Texawhere terday (Thursday) morning for
'ATLANTA, Ga. Regional officials he will attend the Southern Larry Thompson, Miami Herald Mrs. Julia Eraser who died in Lar- night brought to a ejloae\
of the U. S. Department of Baptist Convention, June 1 columnist was featured speaker go, Florida, after a long illness i the Canal Point Baptist Youth
Labor, Bureau of Employment Se thru 5. Mr. Stewart will be ,Joinedby Friday night at the annual banquet The services were held at Feast- ,week program under the direction;
curity, said here today that a plan his parents, Rev. and Mrs. John held by the Future Farmers er's Funeral Home. 'of Dennis Maynor, youth pastor,
is being developed which ahould Stewart, in Enterprise, ,Ala., who of America chapter in Pahokee. In; The deceased Is survived by one who spoke at the morning ser
bring Increased capabilities and will also be attending the confer his column this week the outstand son, L. J, Fraeer of Pahokee and vices. Music! for the services was
responsibilities to the Florida Industrial tion. ing writer had some kind remarks three daughters. under the direction of :Miss,Linda
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Commission concerningthe hi. About his visit to the Glades. Reproduced m Sims with Miss ttun Ursry. pian
State's need for seasonal farm TO BE INSTALLEDThe below is part of his comment VISITS HER MOTHERMrs. ist. The youth choir:: was led by
labor. public is invited ,to attend I. : Frank Rozelle returned Sonny Ursry and Phil McCarty of '
The proposed plan includes pro the Installation of Miss Ann Pea ; visions for Increased managementof cock, Worthy Advisor, elect another Future Farmers of America and Falls, West Virginia, where she readings. Other youth served as
supplemental foreign labor by; officers of the Assembly No. I Future Homemakers of America, attended a Wild Flower Pilgrim- ushers!, choir members and deacons
the State should the Secretary of 10 Order of Rainbow for Girls. in the Pahokee High School Cafe age. While In West Virginia, she and taught all classes of the
Labor approve the use of such Sunday May 23 at 2:30 p.. m. In terla. There are no more wholesome visited her mother, Mrs. Helen Sunday School Terry Hall servedas

labor. the Masonic Hall.. I healthy looking young people I llerrlott, in Romney.. Sunday School superintendant
The statement came as a result than these FFA and FHA' and during the worship service
of conflicting reports from the Office 'members.. Those are great organizations Annual Visit presented to the pastor and church
OfOESOfficialFri.
of Governor Haydon Burns FourLaningJoblsCompleted I teaching young people a prayer bench made by the youth.
and the Office of the Secretary of; I that there ,Is dignity to the professions i At the Sunday night service tin
Labor yesterday when the Governor I Coast j of agriculture and homemaking der the direction of the youth pastor -
reported several provisions of; i four ot'the young people poke:
the proposal. Regional Bureau of I I "There are 65 members of the' They were Ricky Maynor, William
Employment Security officials at. Fou -lanJng a roadway connecting Pahokee chapter of FFA. During i iI Members of the Pahokee Eastern Pelham, Sonny Ursry and Gloria
that point had not discussed the the Okeechobee Highway tithe I the past school year. the chapter Star met Thursday in the Masonic Hall. Various young people playedthe
details with the Office of the I Beeline Highway west of West' ; bought an Angus bull (and those Hall with Worthy Grand'Matron meditation mimic' for the day
Labor Secretary. Palm Beach has been completed, I things don't,come cheap) In addition Mrs Grace Graham and and Miss Gloria Hall directed
Regional officials of the .Bureau the AState Road Department announced to a new corn wagon, a new Worthy Grand Patron H. C. Gras I music at the Sunday night service..
of Employment Security will con I I Monday. I cattle squeeze chute, and much ham presiding. A report was given I At the conclusion of the service
fer with Washington officials to Road Board member Chelsie other valuable farm equipment and by a special committee on preparations the youth\ staff' returned the key
morrow concerning the plan and Senerchia of Miami said State harvested 52 acres of sugar cane. for the annual visit of of the church to their pastor, Rev; .
;. tContinued on. Page Sl) Road 8809 extends from SR 704 The chapter owns 60 head of Mrs. Ethel Keller Grand Worthy Lawrence Stewart.
.' (Okeechobee Highway) north ..9 cattle and Individual members own Matron of the Grand Worthy ,
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; i hcffltfsl te-BR 7JO,"the BeelineJllgh" almost,thai many more*. Chapter of Florida .JOES, Which .,
Lots Of Corn At $2; [way leading to Indiantown in This Is Just a sampU of what will take place Friday night"at> 9 Belle' Glade:Lions

Martin County. the boys and thechapter have p. m.
Celery Good PriceThe Work on the $867,030 project done. I' n telling you they operate Preceding the meeting a banqu. Plan For AwardsAt
included the existing two-landed like a big business, and farming will be held at the Elks Lodge at :
roadway to a four-laned facility to them is and will be a 6 p. m. for Star members and the'r! ,
price on corn staggered with a 19H foot median strip. business, because that's the way I families. Mrs. Annette McCurdy the Ladies Night Program
down this week from a high of Crabtree Construction Company, they are being trained. There'll be presented the program "Honoringthe for the Belle Glade Lions Club,
Inc., of West Palm Beach was the Tobacco Bible". Refreshments were
of
J3.25 to its present price today no 'share croppers along which was held Saturday night,
12.00 per crate. The supply it contractor on the project.Easements Road from that club. I served by Mrs. Judy Sapp, Mrs.
.. Travis Moore announced that the
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of the spring corn harvest in sight Bill Is unusual and an outstanding boy -- -- I new officers of the club will to
i for this weekend and the first of who typifies what FFA stands for. I RemembersHis Installed at the same time as the
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18. Lampi annual "Lion of the Year" awardis
next week. He Is Billy Sheffield Jr..
A handful of beans in the Gladesarea Passed By House "Billy, who will be a senior next presented. Richard Hodges win
I have been bringing $2.'jO to year, not only is chapter president Band PlayersBandmaster take over as president of the clubat
7 $2.73 with the major portion of but was the able toastmaster that time.
them going to the canners. Peppers TALLAHASEE The House at the banquet: the FHA girls All club members with perfect
are quoted at $4.00 to $4.60 passed Rep. Emmett Roberts' bill selected him as their club sweetheart Robert O. Lam pi attendance will be recognized at
with the supply limited. which tighten the hold the Cent- ; he was a member of the and the Pahokee High School band the Awards Night program. Al'
Harvest of potatoes is in full ral and South ,Florida Flood Control state championship dairy and beef presented a 25th Anniversary Concert Harris will be in charge of the
wing with the price hanging Drainage has on canal easements rattle Judging teams; he receivedtwo Sunday, May 16 at 3 p. m. in final arrangements for the installation .
around $3.00 to $3.23 for the round acquired yean .ago. awards at the banquet as the the Pahokee High School Auditor of officers and awards
.I red variety. Roberts of Palm Beach 'County outstanding all-round boy in ium. During a''short intermissionMr. presentations.
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; said' the attorney general's,office scholarship, leadership and agricultural Lamp recognized members of ., ,
had requested the legislation accomplishments; he was his 1940-41 band and later membersof
Bankers
Monthly Meetingr to strengthen the;position of flood named the chapter's Star Farmer the band. To the amazement of ,Attending
and other state audience nol
control districts and on and on and on. the 'Mr. Lamp was
r : 'Of CP Garden ClubThe agencies which, could be threatened That' Billy is quite a boy. But only able to call each member bybsme Orlando Meeting w
with lawsuits as a result of he U simply ,typical of these but he also recalled what Instrument
"slopppy" transfers. bright-faced bright-bralned young they played. Followingthe
; ,Canal 'Point Garden Club The sloppy bookkeeping actually men like Larry Miller, Tommy concert refreshments were ORLANDO Florida bankers
,"'" >. held their regular monthly meeting goes back to the Everglades McElhenny and all the restTeenagers /' served In the cafeteria by Mrs. from throughout the state are
Thursday at the home of Mrs. Drainage District days when ease- *S .! Gene McDowell Mrs. Joe Alder- meeting this week (May 17-21) to
Brooks Henderson' .Mrs. Rachael meats and rights of way were man, Mrs. James Batchelor and seek better ways to serve their
t V Scruggs presented the botany: granted; to the state," Roberts Want A Mrs. Robert Shackford.$200NeededKeep. customer "For Better Florida .
study "Flower Forms". said. The bill clarifies statutes .I A Banking" ,Is the theme of this 18th

: Plans were made to attend the wherein state agencies specifically B. G. Meeting PlaceMrs. Annual Forum which includes five
S: Joint meeting at the Community are given title to the lands.'* full days of study and dlacta.loD.NaUonally .
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Center in Canal Point with the known specialistsfrom
Pahokee Garden Club at which Underwood MovesCo Donald Williams, sponsor CP Lights BurningPresident Florida Georgia Tennessee,
New York City, Illinois and Pennsylvania
f' time the installation of 1965-66: officers New Location of the Belle Glade Teen
will present their observations -
win take place. The meeting ,
I win be a covered dish luncheon. f Town" has called a meeting for Harlan Sears presidedat of recent trends on the!
S. H. Underwood has moved his Saturday night for all parent interested the Monday meeting of the Canal state an4 national banking scene.
+Cr HAY 26 MEETING generator and starter business in a planned recreation Point Lions Club at which Those attending various sessions

i, Future plans for thr Jones Scog* from the McCall Building north of program In' that city. The meeting Urns the members discussed waysto throughout the week from the
to the Canal Bank of Pahokee were Rupert
\ gin Circle Canal Point Baptist Canal Point to a central location will be held during the. *eml point raise street$200.00 lights keep burning. The Mock Juliu T. Moon Frank Gllli.

WMU. win be discussed at the In town at the intersection of US monthly dance at the Civic Center. lights cost the club 165000 per Karl Bennett Marvin Crady and

meeting of the circle at the.home 441 and Lake Shore Drive. The members of the Inter-Act year to operate and donations Kenneth Mclntosh.
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r of Mrs. A. T Holt Thursday, May I Mr. Underwood has a full and Club; at Belle Glade High School: I have been slow in coming in so
I 26. Mrs. J., S. Atkins, ,chairman, I complete line of generators and !:cave appeared before the City far this year. Mr. and Mrs. John Williams of
;. urges an members, to be present starters and welcomes, Inquiries Commission in an effort to: have Mr. Sears named a committee Orlando were the Sunday guestsof
at this Important, meeting. JoIn.t from y any and aH folks in need of something done about building a I of thr e to check the possibilities his parents. Mr. and Mrs. J. E.
;,; r H. C. dark win present the' pro them. His phone number is W44111. place for the teenagers to congregate. of purchasing name plates for cars Williams, enroute to their home
r gram. '* : I I to be sold by the club. | from a vacation in Freeport1"

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Soil Study Bill Is June Baker Will I I ceremony ception Immediately will be held: at the home the

I Wed tfaljGabaldon of Mr.Pahokee.and Mrs.\Dfmcan* .. Padgettof *l

Passed ''In| IjouseTALLAHASSEE Mr. and Mrs. Earl Baker of No formal invitations' are being
I ngap.. sent locally but ;Sll,friends are cordially
Bradenton announce the '
invited to'attendf' both the
House
The punt of their daughter June loseI "and PUoh.
of n Representatives Tuesday ap- I I wedding the r c
Val Gabaldon, son of Mrs.
alea to
proved a Joint resolution directing .
the Legislative Council to make atwoyear Cecilia Gabaldon of Pahokee. ARMSTRONG VISITORS
II1 11i1 I Miss Bal .er Is a graduate of
study of soil depletionand I Mr. and Mrs. Don JNordstrom of
; subsidence in the Evergladesand Kathleen' ffigli !School In lakeland I Columbus Ohio were the overnight

oth..r Florida Agricultural- ariJref the University, of Florida la guests, Thursday of Dr and Mrs.L. .
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Agencies. Gainesville, where she received her
W. Armstrong. They were accompanied -
The proposal was, submitted by: Bachelor of Arts degree in French I'I to Orlando Friday

The Rardin JluY In anal Point, Florida Rep. Emmett Roberts Joel 'T.,; and Speech. She la presently employed Mrs R. W. Bowers who has,been by
to i..nf Daves III Donald H. Reed. Jr and as Administrate Assistant I sister' and
of her brother-
the
TFtE pKE Q3EON. HOME OF Louis A. Bafalls. ., of Palm ,.Beach .,at the Board of University guest
for'severat while
in-law weeks
County.The" 1 Examiners at the University of :
THJE ',. Mrs. Armstrong was recuperatnig
EYIMiADlS "
MfS resolution which now goes I Florida from surgery.
to the 'senate, calls'fora report to 'Mn I Gabaldon graduated from
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; ,j.Serving th 4 J.ike qkeeCh bee 'aming Region W\thout' the 4967 |:glslature of possible solutions Pahokee High School: ,-. aim Beach ,
I te, rtIp\l trely'ti;'__ 7k fqr 49 years toy .0f1 loss, estimated jn Junior College, and fcin receive his RECEIVES, ,DIPLOMA

Established... March 11, 1924 Published Every Friday excess of an inch a year in Glades Bachelor of Arts degree in Political Mr.: and Mrs. J. E.. Williams attended
Subscription Price $2.00 Year In Adyance area. Science from' the Universityof graduation exercises at the
It has been calculated that at Florida in June. He is'a member -I, Florida School of technology, MlamC .
;ThBT" Everglades: News Is Entered at the Post Office current gepfetl6r\ .r...les jrauh fcf of Vi' Sigma Alpha, Political j!I rrrcf i I bight> ;;at wfi h' nee
'th C .h&PPbtnCfBlorldaJas+,. ',Second J" ,Class. Matter, the now rich Glades soil may be Science Honorary: Society' ,He"wtil their daughterTMrs:: Ron Hair, received

'auItardlp I u- '"' : ,Owner, Editor, Publisher virtually worthless :by' the end o_ f enter law school at the University her I f dlpionia! !Mrs, JUtr pjjftj i
__:_ I tAe dentury: of Florida in September. to leave for dermanny3where '

Baptists Celebrate Paul M. Stevens" 'director of 'the Reed said a prior study of the The wedding'will take place at she will join her husband
: I I Commission, wJl} ,highlight the_ Glades area ,by geologists and blologists ,2.QO p. m;, May 29 at ,St. Mary's I Lt Ron Hair,5for the remainder of
Qni $Ji ; r4liy. special; service at 1100; a. m. resulted in. a finding that Catholic Church in,Pahokee. A re his 1 hour ,qf duty _n that country.
.-" The visual and audio presentation strange J>bacteria currently uncontrollable I .
,ywenty-five! : years ago ,Southern_ will tell about 22 ,weekly radio cause most. of the loss of J ----. --- --- .::rt TrT7 .7: --:: qrr,, fpm ''p'i-t i |
Bajptlsts! .1 launched! .their? first reg- programs and one television series rich mucklands. The bacteria
Vjar radio! program, '"The Baptist produced and distributed by create fine dust layers on muck: In Florida
Hpur: ," over |:? Station In i1'states the Commission, which Is' located land surfaces which easily are ,
Today 'Jt Is heard yrpf kjy ,by an in Fort Worth, Tex:,. to 1776 radio blown away. after p.day'sfishingpeer's
e,s.flmated,;0 million! listeners and tcl.vision stations The ,legislative Council study
,CanalPoint) $aptit1 Church will Information also will be given would be a cooperative venture
join more than 1OJ)0; other! J3outh. about the several documentary and through its Agriculture Committee 'the one. .. yy F! '
?rn Baptist churches in marking inspirational programs producedby the State Agriculture Depart-
this significtant.'anniversary when I 'the Commission each year for I men 11 Agriculture Experiment! for good taste,
tt observes Baptist Radio-TV the three radio-tv networks.
[ major Stations Attorney General's Of-
Sunday" on May 23.! ,--' fice and other agencies. good .fun
"This' is an 'annual event in the DINNER GUESTS The council would be authorizedto
life of the ,Southern Baptist Con- Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and I prepare legislation to imple-
yention," the? Rev. Lawrence,Stewart Mrs. Frank ,senberg were his ment recommendations.
pastor, said, "as we I endeavor mother' and grandmother, Mrs .. .
to inform and I 'inspire our members Betty Rosenberg and Mrs. CJrace Cut Fares To "See
, with ,the! ministry of 'electronic Rosenberg of';jLake Wortli ancw1ifs
evangelism provided around brother and sister-in-law, Mr: and USA" Program
the'world by our Radio and TeleVision Mrs. Hal Rosenberg, of West Palm .
Commission." Beach. MIAMI Lending support to

""Added meaning is given to this President Johnson's "See The U. S.
year's event,"' ,he continued,' "by FAMILY DINNERMr. A.. program, .Delta' Air Lines is

tailing attention to the ,twenty- ''and Mrs. Ben Mills were requesting the Civil' Aeronalitide)3oard'
five-year I broadcast ministry of hosts at 'a family'' dinner Sunday to approve a $250 domestic
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SChe.,Baptist',Hour/ which now la honoring jimmy Mills, who will fare that will permit foreign tourists .
heard on more than.50p radio sta- leave this Week for Fairfax, S. C. to visit any or every city on t
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tions. where he will"be crop dusting for r ," "
A color film strip and a 15-mln the' summer.. :Mrs. Mills and their 11,388' miles. r
ute t&pre(! rdc-mes9I1ge-'by Dr 'children will :Join him In June 'The $250 fare is for tourist class > Wherever"* ,you fish for sport-on. the. _
,. travel. Cost for flrst.ctasa'fantwlllJIo rz L' *
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.A'fltJl1lrom eJlflrfCl'""" of a "If1.'OP"' be restricted ''to' foreign nationals the head for
"' "Tif. 1. |" / f qf day to a rewarding glass of Jbeer.
who reside more than 10Or milesItWthe
Continental Unltde States While you're talking over the ones t1i t got away. '

and who can.offer proof of foreign, 't>r pan-frying: the ones that didn't, you enjoy thehearty
'n '
'residence. *'" '
,taste andcool're'reshtent: only a: glass o f
typical.9,000-mile jet itineraryfor
tf.a'foreign'tourist would Include beer can give' you so well.. 'Ves: ;Whatever; your

L I .jJ&Y& visits to If ew York! Atlanta; ;JackT- sport-' Bowling or strolling golfing or'gardening
;,,; ; sonville, ""MlanO TampaTNevT( 'Or -a frosty' lass of beer make 1 a'ri naturally "' '"
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QHow does the new 3%% interest rate benefit me? .check every six months for the life of the Bond.
A: With Series E Bonds the rate turns $18.75 into You buy E Bonds at 75% of face value and the
$25.00 fourteen months; faster than the old rate.interest accumulates to maturity.; H Bonds provide
Your savings increase faster, because your Bonds income for living, expenses, while E Bonds build a I ,..,
nest egg for the future. That's why many retired
mature in just 7 years, 9 months. '\
people hold Ii-Bonds and families saving for, say, a
With Series H Bonds the
10-year maturity period .
.child's education, buy E Bonds.
stays the same but more interest is paid you each ..
... months.With both E and H Bonds the'new,rate Q: In what denominations can I buy series B and series '
:; worboutto2Hforthetirstyearanda'halftbeD; H Bonds? /o
I % year JU E Bonds: $25 (cost $18.75)$50' (cost 37.50), $100 I ::1 !. t' .
Q:When did the new rate become effective (cost $75.00)), $200 (cost $150.00)), $500
A: June 1, 1959. (cost $375.00), $1,000 (cost $150.00)1'-i tt
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Page Four The Everglades News, Canal Point, Florida 33438 =



I I PERSONAL NEWS NOTES II- -:- .-'- '-_. r-u By Contest WPB- Woman" kitchen.the Citrus Cooperating contest Commission were with Florida in the conducting Power Florida&:


"I'I i HAVEN-Mrs. Robert Light Co., Miami; Gulf Power Co
Connecticut Pensacola; Florida Power Corp]|
of
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Lancraf, a
<< Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Andersonwere nephew, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Val- West Palm I St. Petersburg, and Tampa Elec-
I who now resides in Co.Each.
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the weekend guests of Mr. entine of Miami.
and Mrs. Willie VanZonneveld, Jr., Mrs. R. J. :Maxson is the guest' Beach, is the new grand champion of the final contestants in
and family in Riviera Beach. of her brother and sister-in-law, f of the Florida Citrus Commission'ssixth I the contest won the range on
Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Wetherington Mr. and Mrs. Joe Scroggin, in Lake annual All-Florida Orange which she cooked her dessert, plus
had as weekend guests his Worth while convalescing from re- Dessert Contest. She won the an- sets of Tupperware and auto-
niece Miss Pat Dannelly and Miss cent surgery at Good Samaritan .. 6w nual cooking crown with her orange graphed copies of cook books compiled
Barbara Fleming of Ft. Lauder- Hospital. pecan pie. and edited by Ladies Home
Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Bordeaux: are Betty Skelton, a Detroit advertising Journal, McCall's Bitter Homes
dale.Mr, and Mrs. Lloyd Hundley the guests of Mr .and Mrs. Oscar I executive who is a native and Gardens and Good Housekeep
spent Friday and Saturday in Chastain in,Thomasville, Ga. I of Florida and is known for her I ing magazines.First .
Lakeland and Cleanvater. Mrs. Pope Sears attended the I auto driving and flying records, runner-up was Mrs. Caus-
Mr. and Mrs. James M. Parker district executive board meetingof presented the championship plaqueto by L. Shirley of Jacksonville,
and children spent this past week- the WSCS in West Palm Beac.1 Mrs. Landcraft. With the title I whose orange rum-yum cake won
end in Lecsburg. Mr. Parker also this week. went appliances for an all-electric a color television set.
visited his brother in Jacksonville Mr. and Mrs. Chester Batchelorleft
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where he is confined in the hospitaL Saturday for New York where ------ --

they are attending the Life of MISS CYNTHIA TURBEVILLE 1 '\11 '\IITIIIII'r\ ,,{\ rrtl'R i'htl-'l\'lir u.' 'lmt;7\ti'\1'1\o.: q'rA '
Jay Cross and Walter Cross of Georgia Insurance Convention.
Lake City were the weekend While there they will attend the NEW BOOK BY THE
guests of their grandparents, Mr. World's Fair.Howard Cynthia TurbevilleTo
and Mrs. W, S. Cross. Holman is a patient at "Cracker Historian"OKEECHOBEE
Wed. D. H. Blanton
Mr. and Mrs. R. T. Smith had as Everglades Memorial Hospital.
weekend guest, thier son Johnny Mr. and Mrs. Frank Rosenberghave I BOATS
Snuth of the University of Florida as their guest, her niece, Mr. and Mrs. Lcmeul P. Turbe-\
Gainesville.Rev. Miss Jan Fitzgerald of Hawkins- ville of Lake Shore Drive, Canal
and Mrs. Walter''Cross (If'' yule, Ga.Coca Point, announce the engagementof AND SKIPPERS
Lake City arrived Thursday for a their daughter, Cynthia Jane, to Boats Store and
Steamboats Canal
visit with his parents Mr. and Cola Has Douglas Harold Blanton, son of ,
Mrs. W. S. Cross and her parents Mr. and Mrs. James C. Blanton, r Church Boats and their Legendary
New Vice PresidentORLANDO
778 Fern, Pahokee.
Mr. and Mrs.. Jay Jameson in Lake
Harbor. Miss Turbeville graduated from SkippersThe
Laverne Humphrey has returnedto -Benjamin H. Oeh- Pahokee High School with the
his home following several days lert, Jr. has been, elected senior Class of 1959 and is employed as Kissimmee, Bassenger and Tantie.
vice president of the CocaColaCo. telephone operator by the South-
The Caloosahatchee and LaBelle
stay in the Veterans hospital Cor- .
ern Bell and
He is a member of the boardof Telephone Telegraph
'I al Gables where he underwent directors and is president and Company at its Belle Glade ex- Wrecks and Sinkings. Whirlpools and
treatment. .
board chairman of the Minute change.Mr.
I 1 Mayor and Mrs. Duncan Padgetthad Maid division of Coca-Cola Co., as Blanton graduated from pa- HyacinthsFirst
as weekend guests, their son well as staff vice president of the hokee High School in 1961 and has
ln-aw and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. I parent company. been a member of the U. S. Air I Bus Line across the EvergladesBY
Albert Garcia and children of Oehlrt is also a director of Min- Force for approximately four:
Tampa.Mrs. ute Maid Groves Corp. and has years, presently holding the rank
Lester Hand 'returned Sat- been active in a number of civic of airman second class. LAWRENCE E. WILL, BELLE GLADE' FLA.
urday from a week's visit with her and cultural activities in Florida.Hs Plans are being made for a fall AUTHOR OF
brother-in-law and slater, Mr. and is chairman of The Florida wedding to be held in the Metho- OKEECHOBEE HURRICANE AND
Mrs. Harold Black In New Orleans Council of 100, having teen appointed dist Church at Canal Point. I CRACKER HISTORY OF OKEECHOBEE .
La. to the position by Gov. .
Mrs. M. P. Stanley, has returned Haydon Burns. CARD OF THANKS On Sale at. .
from Lumpkin, Ga.,' ,where she He will assume new responsibilities We wish to Join our mother, I
I spent Mothers' Day with her parents in the area of overall corporate Mrs. W. R. Shackford in express- Canal Point PharmacyPrice :
II Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Peagler. administration of the C t'a- ing our sincere thanks for card,
I Mr. and Mrs.' Ronald Stanley of Cola Co., which includes the direc flowers and other thankful acts of $1.95 plus 6c tax.
West Palm Beach were the Sun- tion of many phases of industry kindness during our grief.
day guests of his mother, Mrs. and government relations. II THE FAMILY .:
$S2BSJg 3MMMMMM&mBw&lYOUNG : H.ii..VJW1IMI; : VJlI! : v..II IJ.111M. .
Ralph Stanley. I
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I classifieds, as you wish to call HO ,! :

I them, are payable in advance from ,
his day forward. Don't phone 'em I
Write It and drop a 'dollar bill in ;;
the envelope if you want it run :.i!; \)
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CHEVRON ;i /
IN THE ATTIC that you "< :" (!

don't need? A 11.00 classified ad :...4,,f oj,, ,') '
n ,this column will probably find ';',:-\1 i1 .
you a sale. Just write your ad, enclose ,. .(:
a dollar and we'll do< the rest ..t .
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Fla. Put that Young Ho spirit in ..;

FOR SALE New and Used Willys your carl! You get a head start ': '

,Jeeps. Walter Ashley's Garage z to fun and friends when you fill ''

In. Belle' Glade, Phone 6.3093. k up with Chevron*, the livelier ,
Oct. l1- 4-cb ,gel nes. Custommade'for your modem

.'"VACATION TIME" car and the way you drive. Try them-for '(,

18 ;BLOCKS FROM BEACH f 15 new, livelier power, new fun You'll love ,
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per week for room, bath, refrigerator their whisper-quiet ,
hot plate; 3 room apart- performance, too. Get
:inents $20 to $25 per week, less by ,, Chevron today at your nearest Standard to

:month., 1109 Ga. Ave., West Palm r' station,where_we take letter care, of your car.
3Mch; call Mr. or Mrs. Cochrane ',
C85-1724 or 832-1214. June 25-p ::1

S ,ROOM OFFICE FOR RENT _

with Shop and Storage area on 'Ate
SR 717 Just East of Streamline,
Call 924-7540 Day, 924-2951 Night. ?

June 14tf ,

HOUSE, FOR SALE-Three bed- 4
room frame home for sale. Near
school oh Lake Shore Drive in Canal
Point. Phone 924-3401. :M21c
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HOUSE FOR SALE Completely
"* furnished, 2 BR, Frame house
for sale. 3 miles north of Canal

Point on US 441. A real good buy. __ T L
Call Edna Brandon at 9247264.

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.._location US441 and Lake Shore M. I. KEEN : :
Agent
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The first coins struck In
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NativityEpiscopal + sl fitftitf T e ah___eg Church, Oeorge hdOsehAld Washington's silverware They

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ChurchPahokee Canal Plnt tilT1 e Nazarene "ditmes"as they were then
Iff spelled produced at the
...... .,''t.,JV. Rev." Wfllard KUpatficit Philadelphia Mini In 1792
,.'...cv Elder R. E. Barfield \\'from the melted-down
433 Rd.Phone .
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Rev.. L. Lossing, Vicar SUNDAY: ,,,. ., Pplnt r \\ .\Mount Vernon silverware
SUNDAY: 9:43 a.. .-Sunday School SUNDAY 924-7523 SERVICES,P.:O. Box 882 c i \\\11I 1 1I 1lull //1
10 a. m.-Sunday School 11:00 a. m.-Morning Worship
9:4, a. m.-Sunday School
6:30'p. mB. T. C.
11:00 a. m.-Worship Service ?,
i 7:30 p. m.-Evening Worship. 11:00 a. m.-Sunday Worship
fUESDAYS: 6:30 p. m.-Junlors
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First Methodist '
7:30: p. m.-Choir practice. 7:00 p. m.-Sunday Evening I -
Evangelistic Service The natives on Yap aS1
Church Pahokee WEDNESDAY: ,
Island' still use one of ,,
7:30: p. m.-Midweek Prayer WEDNESDAY: the oldest forms of

John A. Briley, Pastor' Service. 7:30- p. m. Midweek Prayer coinage -- huger r 11/
SUNDAY: THURSDAY:-Every other week meeting, round stones, ont of 2 t ,
m 7:30: p. m.-Ladles Auxiliary Where you are a stranger but which can be ..-
9:45: a. m.-church School. for
Meeting. once. changed, 10,000 (
11:00 a. m.-Morning Worship mt m .. coconuts or one 1 .
7:45: p. m.-Evening Worship s. ,,wifel r' -
... .. South Side ChurchOf Canal PointBaptist \

First BaptistChurch ChristBelle ChurchLawrence

Pahokee t -
Glade across from Stewart, Pastor

Guthrie W. Colvard, Pastor Bowling Alley on Rd. 80 SUNDAY:

SUNDAY: 10:00 a. m.-Bible Study 9:45 a. m.-Sunday,School

9:45 a. m.-Sunday School 11:00 a. m.-Morning Worship 11:00 a. m.-Morning Worship

11:00 6:30 p. m.-Evenlng Service 6:30 m.-Training Union -
: a. -Morning Worship p. The world-wide coin shortage
6:30: p. m.-Training Union 7:30 p. m.-Wed. Bible Study 7:30 p. m.-Evening Worship C has spurred the starch for new

7:45: p. m.Evening Worhip WEDNESDAY: coinage metals. In France,
WEDNESDAY: The Methodist Church 7:30 p. m.-Prayer Meeting gloaming now coins of stainless -
stttl are the rage. And,
7:30 p. m.-Prayer Service stainless steel is being seriously
.. .. Canal Point FloridaJames
considered for American coins.
Church Of Christ IN GOD WE TRUST
The Church Of God Tough shining and wear-
W. Baugher, Pastor rosittanr, stainless steel has
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Of Prophecy PahokeeCanal SUNDAY: 125 N. W' .. Avenue D the capacity for fine design
9:45 a. m.-Sunday School. Phone WY 6-3887 detail
Point Road Z
11:00 a. m.-Morning Worship Belle Glade, f la.

John H. Kinard, pastor 6:00: p. m-Evening Worship SUNDAY" SERVICES
10:00 a. m.-Sunday School TUESDAY 1000: a. m.-Bible Study

11:00 a. m.-Preaching Service 8:00 p. m. -Woman's Society1st 11:00: a. m.-Morning Worship

7:45 p. Evangelistic Service TuesdayWEDNESDAY 7:30: p. m.- Evening Worship ,
WEDNESDAY ENJOY DUIGHTfUl SUMMER
8:00: p. m. Tuesday-V.L.B. : WEEKENDS OR VACATIONS AT LOW KATES
8:00: p. m. Thursday-W.M..B. 7:30: p. m.-Prayer Meeting ?:30 p. m.-Bible Study

Everyone welcome. Special muslo I F ?az7t'&ac4ses:

and ulnglng. .. Calling Shower For New Officers For

Church Of God, Miss Joy SimsMiss Womans ClubThe Weekend Specials


Barfield HighwayPahokee Joy Sims, bride: elect of Pahokee Womans Club helda

Dorsey Thompson, was honored dinner honoring,their past prefli- on Beautiful
Fla. with a calling shower, Thursday,
dents on Tuesday night at the club. SINGER ISLAND
A. L. Stone, :Minister May 20 from 7:00: p. m. to 10:00: p. .
Husbands of the members invited
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Phone 924.7363 m. in the social hall of the Canal FLORIDAChampionship .
.' guests. .......... e
SUNDAY* Point Methodist Church. A c )lar
W: 9:45 a. m.-Sunday School scheme of pink and white was carried Brooks Henderson acted as in- 1Ifl"
stalling officer for the 1965-64 of .
,11:00 a. m.-'Mornlng Worship out on the refreshment table m
7:30 ficers. They 'are; llrs. E. C. John- 18 Hole GOLF Courses-and
p. Evangelistic Ser- which was laid with' a white lace I
son, president 'Mrs F. Hurt,
viceTUESDAY cloth over pink, pink lighted tap ; JL
Fab'uldus
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: ers and pink floral arrangements.The let vice president; 'Mrs. Leon Ocean and Lake FISHING Daily

7:30 pi. m.--Prayer Service were displayed on tables Spooner, 2nd vice president; Mrs.
gifts J.'Crew's, treasurer :Mrs. Glenn SWIMMING, SKIN DIVING, WATER SKIING and BOATING
THURSDAY, : laid with pink cloths.Greeting ;
7:30: p. m.-Youth for Christ guests with the honoree Forcvtell, corresponding secretary; Palm back Shorn twtal! DoM and ipartmtnt accommodation are now offend sIs
Mrs. E. B. Gamble, recording secretary .cW.tee soar ratas.Located dorm an the AtllII'lCI oars this Island paradise
Service. was her mother, Mrs. A. M. Is w ou dad by 12 foil oxnn for daily play Derh.Rstin(at sptcial rain).chartarer
e Sims, and Mrs. Ray Thompson, ; Mrs. R. J. Schroder, parliamentarian outboard rsedab.wUl dalifht' ewry, 11II''.. Brine your awe boat Thara's excellent
; and Mrs 'W. F. dodilnf and launcMni faction One of, Honda's finest bat Int teaches la .ken.tlaa .
St. Catholic mother of the elect. All
Mary's groom Tillls, auditor. a MxpaaslM( veekaad er kmitt In the Palm Beaches. Veil or write today.
wore orchid corsages.
Church Hostesses were Mrs. Pope Sears, The program was presented by 440 ACCOMMODATIONS
Mrs. William,A. Thiebaud
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1r. .Wilson .
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''"To to? bi e lea Wea .VUIA IU at. flA. .
Sunday Haas- 11:30: a.,m. E: F Hollon., Mrs F. G. Gillis; Young Grand- JX J' s.
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before father" by Wlllard Temple. rll/le e.wd M pw. s mti111111M endaye en&aas.
Confessions Mass
Mrs Louis MIms, Mrs. H. H. ,
1 Sears, Mrs. James Miller, Mrs. W. NAN .-..... .... .
Glades Baptist ChurchRev. E. Blackwell, Mrs. Robert Gray, Mlsa Betty Lou Pickett of Del- AOOMU

''f Mrs{,9:',Ti Mu hostess! Mrs,JfmeWilson. mother ray was, :Mra.the John Sunday T J PJckett gues h of her I ...tmttl'\rt: "f1''J'I'Ir' ".,1 rf l'T m"I" *! IUTIT -

( Jonathan L. Wolf)) .and. The dryVfron.) gift was a i h ) .. ,rI .:. ,.,....,... n t "TC" rrto "'...n""" 'TC." "
Meets In Pahokee Lions Club steam --
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SUNDAY SCHOOL 9:45: a. m. Pahokee WSCSHolds'
PREACHING-11:00: a m. and
iMdS Met
7:30 p. it*. ? ,

SUNDAY B. Y. F. :30 p;, m.' 4'luJu ,. i -nruv! v f 10 Oft Irtvre.t Hi ;
WED. PRAYE -7:30 p. m. Mrs. John C.>Ha tqn. presented pi ess
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st. Peter's Lutheran Pledgfe' rvfcf, ejd by.vfs '' .
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Church, Belle Glade First Methodist, Churh Monday. .. : -, ,.. .
r.' night. Following the program
August Koerber, Pastor j, I pled (tc&1 1$?wro'i4l4i1butedjtj'' !! (! fhH;
601 W. Lake Rd., Bella Glade Members who filled them out and Discover ftftTf, tie a eeP-aown\ satlsfection 'of

SUNDAY: 'placed them oh' the'altir 1 each giving IJ .. ; 5 yll. .i J 10.;J
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{ Divine Services 11 A. M her pledge for the coming Owningyour own home! Frequently you can own
School 9:45 A. M.

.4. II year.l Preceding the service,..MI'A.. Inepresided with payments no' higher iiian rent and build
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Lisa Wolfe Has A Reeves at' 'the busInesameetingcwhlcl Equity Sfabilfly? A c'ciIshion"'
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1 -- them. Mrs. Helen Jean ''Boyntbnwas arc now enjoying the com-

: Mr and Mrs. Fred Wolfe entertained named as secretary of campus
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forts of made possible with the services
i Saturday, May,,15, 'With a ministry; Installation of officers of
J swim party honoring their daughter set for May 23 at the evening services courteohs
at EvergladesFederal
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party was held at the home of Mr. officer and the group voted to Savings and Loan Association.EVERGLADES
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Greenstar Ave. The 23 guests attending In 1966. Each member was askedto

took part in relay races \ donate one or more books,of I
and bobbed for apples Assisting trading stamps If they so desireto FEDERAL

Mrs. Wolfe were Mrs Antuna help furnish the new parsonage.

Mrs Lewis Collins and Mrs. Bin .. Savings And Loan Association

Shirley.'T Mr. and Mrs. J. V. Thomas left
Tuesday for a visit with her father' ACCOUNTS INSURED BY FEDERAL SAVINGS AND LOAN INSURANCE CORP.

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Page Eight The ,Evtrgladea!: News, Canal Point, Florida S3438: Friday, :May,2LJ965-:

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girls, Indian Village mock-up fI I Growers' Problems Illegal Trucking
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FOR NEill TN whiskey still, tour trains, deer
cuE park, billy-goat mountain and Cal Studied At Meet Comes Under Fire

ifornia sea lions.' Thegardens, Jacobs !
THE DENTISTRY OF YORE said, are responding splendidly John IL Cause ,'Associate TALLAHASSEE-Florida' Public : '

$| In the early 1800, newt of the to Spring rains. # County Agent, and Robert Mdn- Utilities Commission investigators
V 7 arrival of the Itinerant dentist Attendance at Floridaland has tosh of Glades Chemical Company have stepped up a continued

brought people hurrying to the surpassed expectations for the attended the annual Gulf Coast campaign to wipe out Illegal
town Ont the
\ dentist square.would administer by one treatment first four months of operations.He Experiment Station Field Day In trucking operations in the state v.,

-mainly pulling teeth- predicted even greater response Bradenton on Wednesday. The men During March, investigators
often without ever dismounting during the summer.APPRECIATION went to study 'several problemsthat charged 177 truckers with viola
from his horse! .r are affecting the vegetable tion of state transportation laws

I growers in both sections of the The arrests included 107 for fail

state. ure to'have proper authority from
We take this to
opportunity .
I the state to haul cargoes in their
thank our many friends for their -
wonderful kindness during the COMPLETES TRAINING I I vehicles.

death in our family. We shall always -I I Wayne'' Sears, son of Mr. and .. Others charged with illegal operations .

b) grateful for these many I I I Mrs Pope Sears, left this week ro. were towing or hauling-

kindnesses cards and won of encouragement I Ft. Eustls, Va., following a 10-day house trailers, hauling building
visit with his parents. Mr. Sears materials, construction aggre-

practice of the y The William M. Brown recently completed basic trainingat gates, household goods, passengers .
I early daysAnother of dentistry i Family. Ft. Jackson, S. C., with the and a dozen other types of
f, was pulling teeth la the National Guard where he was one cargoes '
accompaniment of a rag of five men out of 800 chosen as Investigators also charged 47

tag band. Not uncom Mr. and Mrs John Rogers accompanied an outstanding trainee and pre- drivers with improper identification -
mon today Is the use of %
k' soothing recorded music by their grandson, Alan sented with a certificate of and 23 with violation of state

In a dentist's office Rogers, of Belle Glade and Mrs. achievement. safety rules..e
but In the old days the r F Ir Nellie O'Riordan of Ft. Pierce I I. .. .

A'' dentist had to round up g visited his cousin, Dr. Evan Hug- Mrs. C. B. Jones and Alton Jones Mrs. M. D. Geiger has been a

his own musicians gins, and other relatives in Dc- I were the recent guests of Mr. and patient Everglades Memorial

Funiak Springs this past weekend.l I I I Mrs. Charles Jones in Clewiston. Hospital this week.



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Seasonal,Labor Iscontinued that must be resolved.It .
is both our sincere desire as
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well as our responsibility to provide
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employment and acceptable
further, details will be announced working and living conditions to

later. domestic workers. In this effort I

Secretary of Labor W. Willard ask a sincere and real effort on

Wlrtz on a recent visit to the Florida the part of all of' Florida's grow. I

era to fulfill this responsibility.I !
fruit and vegetable areas expressed
have discussed this subject I
keen personal interest and
with you today because I want it
concern in the State's agricultural I
to be known that the, administration
labor problem.The 1 ,
is aware and concerned with
proposed plan' emphasizesthe I Corvair Monza Sport sedan l".
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the problems of Florida's! agriculture I .
positive reaction of State of.
workers and I ,
ficials to the Secretary's request growers. We ,
that Florida exert further effort intend to respond to our respon. i '

to develop and utilize anJAmerican/ sibilities. I also asked the assist. J JI. a'T
I agricultural work force. ance of Florida's workers, growers 'T'TCirvy

Governor Burn's announcementof and grower associations to
working through this
the proposal yesterday follows: problem to a

The problem facing Florida's satisfactory solution.. ; !1 Nova Span

vast and growing agriculture industry I Coupe ,
have received much attention New Floridaland

both nationally and within
Opened To Public
the state. Quite recently, the Secretary .
of Labor personally came -
SARASOTA-A mammoth
to Florida to discuss some of these summer .
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program has been inauguratedat '
problems with me. We appreciate :
Floridaland, the state's newest
,the Secretary's interest as the par. and I
fastest-growing entertainmentcenter
ticular problem with which he is
10 miles south of here on U. Ciieveilt Malibu "
concerned, the development and
S. 41. Sport Coupe
utilizing of an adequate agricultural -
Three of the 10 major attractions .
, work force, is the most pressing ,
have been
expanded accOrding
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: problem confronting Florida's
, agriculture economy.For to Donald P. Jacobs,vice president .

Florida has had and secretary of Floridaland
many years
West Inc. Special
to import farm workers from the arrangements
have been ,set for clubs
up company
I British West Indies to help harvest
In recent however outings, children's groups -
: our crops. years i
and old-fashioned family pieniC&Florldaland' ; _jj_
the federal government has
I I limited the number of workers we porpoise show acclaimed
as one of the best in the .
can obtain from this source, and .
I r : country and rivaling the state'aWorld's \
I many of Florida's employers have ; !i'
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r faced critical shortage of labor. Fair porpoise show has Impala Sport Stele
I been enhanced with the addition of ; +!
Naturally, serious controversies ; .
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I \' another performing'porpoise.. 't-I i .) ". < ;if;
have occurred. The federal government .
I says, "Develop and use a domestic In the western ghost town's gunfight i 1 '-.
between law and outlaws __
, J work force." We have said THE"NO.l WAY _
horses have been added to
t some
I there are not enough willing domestic -
acts, and occasional k
an train robbery
workers. This difference of
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I of one of Florldaland'a tour
opinion has created a situation
trains lends zest to realistic at What's your vacation plan-World's Fair, Yellowstone, Niagara,

mosphere. In the Golden Nugget Mackinac Bridge summer cottage? See iu for the right Chevrolet '-

I ilJll.v.: \LII III..V.lil.v..III.lII.LIIIYjIIWII..V.1IPRINCE : saloon and, vivacious sing.Population can-can girls cavort so you'll make it in style. Like lively' Corvair. Or the style and ..

in Floridaland'a spacious .. economy. of a Chevy II. Or a youthful Chevelle favorite in its size .\

deer park has an Increase in class. Or a luxurious Jet-smooth Chevrolet. The last three are available

THEATRE its cast of characters. No less than with the economical spirited Turbo-Thrift Six. You can order a ; ,a

PAIIOKEE; FLA. six since nanny the attraction goats have complex been open.born Monza with up to 140 hp. You can't find a newer car or a better timeto

ed Chrt.tmu'Day. Also in the animal buy one. Come in-pick yours now! '

SUNDAY MONDAY TUESDAYMY cast now are five beautiful

23-24-23 peacocks who demand the run-of. Red Hot and Rolling See your Chevrolet dealer for a new
the-lot, plus a giant turkey goo-
somehow missed last CHEVROLET CHEVELLE CHEVYD CORVAIR
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IN TOWN" Other animals that delight children 09-122

and adults alike are piglets,

.. ANN-MARQRET AND monkeys, guinea hens, farmyard
MICHAEL PARKS stock and exotic birds.Floridaland's Stanley Chevrolet rose

J (IN COLOR) 10 major attractions ,
under a one-admission policy
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''I." .1..,0 include: porpoise shows, western 164 Lake Ave. Pahokee, Fla. Phone 9245593I

lJII'1I IlIIi'Till'TIiR-11I\TiiI'TIIoIJ1iI.\lJIIUIWi ghost town shoot-outs, can-can






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