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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 21, 1965
Publication Date: -1967
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Canal Point (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Belle Glade (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Palm Beach County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Palm Beach -- Canal Point
United States -- Florida -- Palm Beach -- Belle Glade
Coordinates: 26.861944 x -80.630556 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1924.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 44, no. 30 (Sept. 29, 1967).
General Note: Editor: Howard Sharp, <1924-1928>.
General Note: Publisher: Louis S. Goolsby, <1929>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 37 (Nov. 21, 1924).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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Succeeded by: Glades observer
Succeeded by: Everglades observer

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May 28, 1965 PUBLISHED WEEKLY CANAL POINT By PAUL RARDIN



CIRCULATING THROUGHOUT THE VAST AGRICULTURAL AREA OF PALM BEACH COUNTS

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Public Hearing On John L. Hundley OnDean's Safety Record At Robert Phillips Is Of"Goal

List U. of Fla. Injured In MishapMrs.

Sugar AcreageUSDA Glades Sugar House Baptist CollegeThe
John I* Hundley, son,of Mr. and L. W. Armstrong and Mrs.

Mrs. Lloyd Hundley, of Pahokeewas -- Doria Sasser left Friday for Fair-
announced today an Informal one of the four honor students 104 tractor-trailer, tractor, and called campaign to raise funds to(
fax, S. C., where they were
public hearing will be held from Palm Beach County named to truck operators were presented by the serious injury of'n. Arm build the new Baptistsponsoredcollege
on June 4, 1865 In New Orleans, the dean's list of the University safety bonuses, Friday May 14, strong's grandson, Robert Phillips in Palm Beach Gardens
Louisiana, to receive views and of Florida's College of Business by Sugar Cane Growers Cooperative age 15, son of Mr. and Mrs. reached $300,000 today; one-fifth
recommendations with respect to Administration for the winter trimester of Florida for safe operation Jack Phillips. of the goal of $I, OOOOO.
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iwtabllshing farm proportionate There were 85 students of their equipment during the Robert received a severe head Officials at campaign headquar

shares (acreage allotments) for from Florida two from Georgia, 1964-65 sugar cane harvest season. Injury when he was hit by a baseball ters. 301 Datura Building, West
1966 sugarcane crop in Mainlandcane I two from New Jersey and one from Sixty of the total number completed bat. His condition is reportedto Palm Beach, said they were plea..*

sugar area (Florida and Louisiana :Michigan Minnesota, South Caro-. I I the entire season with per- be improving at this time. He ed with the 1300,000 figure.
). Hearing will begin 10 a. lina, Cuba and Thailand, fect driving records and wiU receive from the "Almost two-thirds of this total'waa
has returned to his home
,m. (CST), Jung Hotel. their safety pins at commencement hospital. raised in Baptist churches,"
Marketing of sugarcane for production I < of our 196 -66 harvest .. they said. Two churches, First
Soil SubsidenceTopic
of sugar from acreage season. The remaining operators Baptist, West Palm Beac i, and
within individual farm proportionate -1 I received only partial awards due to Disaster ,Group Is First Baptist, Lake Park, have exceeded -
shares one of conditions producers For LionsPahokeo either minor accidents or not hav- their goals. "
must meet to qualify forsugar ing been with us for the entire II The 31-member Palm-Lake lisp;
Named Red Cross
act payments. season. tilt Association has been aut+ror-
Despite loss in production of Lions heard Dr. Robert
sugar from 1964 crop due to hur- Allen, agronomist of the Ever 'I cluded its third year of operationand I The Chairman of the Palm vention to raise the $1,500,000> for

ricane and freeza damage, the ,glades Experiment Station Belie for most of these men, this Beach, County Red Cross Disaster academic facilities. After com-
January 1, 1965 effective inventory Glade, speak on "Soil Subsidence ,: will mean the third straight year Committee Colonel D. M. King, pletion of the' campaign the Flor-
(sugar on hand plus productions in the Glades Area" at the Tuesday I they have received a "Safety Bon- I has announced the appointment of ida Baptist Convention will con-
after first of year from old crop) I meeting of the club. Dr. Allen |I IW8.1 us". Most of the operators return Roy J. Allison to head the Red tribute $1,100,000 for dormitories
was approximately 668,000 tons, or assisted by Dr. Frank Thornas !I from year to year and are placedon Cross County Disaster Communications and operating expenses.
about 240,000 tons larger than soil chemist, also of the experiment I the came piece of equipmentthey Committee. This, coupled with the 200-acre

year earlier. The 1965 sugarcane I station. Both men were presented operated in the past. Allison a long time resident of campus donated developer John
crop restricted In order to bring to the club by Kyle Scott ). The 41 tractors that haul the i D. MacArthur valued at $1,000-
West Palm Beach, having many
supplies of sugar more nearly into who was in charge of the. program. cane from the fields to the trans- of communications 000, means the college will be a
balance with quota, needs and inventory Other guests were Mr. Wan Glen fer stations, the 60 tractortrailersthat years handle exper- $3,600,000 Industry in the\ beginning -
ience, is eminently fitted to
requirements. Productionfrom Wu of Tiawan Sugar Corporation transport the cane to the I the communication the officials said.
1965 crop now estimated at Ping Tung, Tiawan and Lion H. B. j mill plus the other miscellaneous needs emergency during disaster, King said. Outside of the church area, solicitation -
1,150,000 tons, It is probable that McCall of Belle Glade. rolling stock that makes up the A "ham" radio operator, Allison Is being conducted in the
effective inventory on January 1, President Glenn Brower, presided big Glades Sugar House fleet aro stated that great dependence will north part of. Palm Beach County,,
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1965 win be larger than a year .at, the.business c.tJnc..nd ) operate! t by the *!mptoy..e, r ,celv. be placed-upon th(cotmtwoperators Vh*"*!" Boynton.Beach and Belle Glade* *r 4 .
.'- earlier. In view of foregoing It Is 'announced that the anni1Inliit\ ing these ,awards. "." Last weilClhe West Palm'Beach: (\
whom he plans to organ
necessary that production from lation of officers and Ladies night This Js what 'It takes to deliver campaign was launched with the
ize into an effective emergnecy radio -
1966 crop be restricted, USDA will be held June 22, with district 1.300,000 tons of cane from the I network. He is being assisted in announcement that $100,000 had
aald. governor-elect J. B. Brewer of Ft. 36,000'acre. fanned by the 53 been given by an anonymous don
_. .____ Dur-I his efforts .by Mrs. R. W* Eggert
Pierce, installing officer. Recently member-owned, Cooperative. of Lake Worth.
elected: officers to be installed an (Continued on Page tft)
P. B. Junior CollegeTo George Rashley. president; H. B. I county lIam having operators either throughout mobile or station the< or.Baccalaureate Is
Elarbee, lit vice president; Lewis!
Garden Clubs equipment who are Interested r
Be Test CenterPalm Collins, 2nd vice president; J. D.
In contributing their services dur
Douglas 3rd vice president; Kyle Scheduled
II ing disaster art urged to contact Sunday
Scott, secretary; Othan 'Gilbert. Hold Installation
Allison at Audio Video Electronics
Beach Junior College has treasurer: R. F Hurt lion tamer; I
932 Belvedere Rd., West Palm
been designated as a test center Charles Lewis, tail twister; and Baccalaureate services for the'
for administering the National directors, Leon Spooner and Curtis A Japanese theme was carried Beach phone 833-9977. I I 1965 grdauatlng class of Pahokee

Teacher Examination on July 17, Chase. .. out In the Installation of officers High School, will be held in the-
Filbert E. Bishop, Registrar announced for the Pahokee. Canal Point Garden Local Youths Will sanctuary: of the Pahokee First 1

today. Private J. StephensHas clubs when they met Tuesdayat Baptist Church, Sunday, May 30,
College seniors preparing to the Canal Point Community Star In "Carnival"Two at '::15 p. m. Rev. Max Jones,
teach and teachers applying for Combat Training Center with a covered dish lunch '- chaplin at the Glades Correctional

positions In school systems which eon. Mrs. Lee Shirley IntrodJCv'd local youths win be starred Institution, Belle Glade win deliver .
encourage or require applicants to CAMP LeJEUNE N. C. Marine Mrs., Ervin Zumpf of Belle Glad in -Carnival" being presented ty the message.Radioman
submit their scores on the National Private John Stephens, in, who dressed in a Japanese klmona Palm Beach Junior College on .
Teacher Examinations are eligibleto 'son of Mr. and Mrs. John H. and using a Japanese dish garden June 8,4,5 at 8:15: p. m.with special Lawson
take the tests. Stephens of 2443 E. Main St. Pa- for illustration acted as Installing matinees on June 5 and 6 at ,
Since the same examination will hokee c6mpletedfour weeks of officer. Mrs. Zumpf spoke Highly 2.30 o'clock. Miss Carloyn Maxson In MediterraneanOPERATION
r fee given In various centers at the individual combat training May 4 of the co-operation between the daughter of Mrvand Mrs. Leonard I
Jam-"' came time prospective teachers In with the lit Infantry Training Canal Point, Pahokee and Belle Manson of Canal Point and James FAIRGAME -
this area wW have an opportunityto Regiment, Marine Corps Base, Glade garden clubs and,their VJ1- Batchelor 'son of Mr. and Mrs. Radioman Third Class Charles T.
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, compare their performance with Camp Lejeune, N. CL Ingness ,to work together for the Jimmy.Batchtlor,.in Pahokee are Lawson, pSN, son of:.Mr. and Mrs.:
t those of other candidates,through- The 20-day?course Jncluded".r good of all the communities. the local players to-participate, In Otis Lawson 2C6 8. W.. 14th'St. '
\ out the country, Mr. Bishop said. 200 hours rigorous ,instruction Officers installed for Canal point the presentation. ., Pahokee. Is participating: in an.
-ii At the one-da111eUion a candidate \r' small unit tactics, night combat were: president ),fr.. Floyd Erick- If anyone locally Is Interested In :. international exercise called Operation }a
examinations : under simulated vice president Mrs. Leo He- Fairgame Tl In, the central
will take the common firing weapons son; tickets they may make arrangements -
which Include tests in conditions and other subjects bert; corresponding and recording by calling Mrs. Maxson between .- 'Mediterranean and on the islandof
- professional education and general related to the Marine Infantry secretary, Mrs. A. H. Scruggs and one and five o'clock at the Corsica May 16-25, while servIng -
take one treasurer, Mrs. M. C Carter. aboard the submarine U33
education. lie may also man. following number 824-7138. Or,
r. of the thirteen teaching area examinations Committee chairmen are: program they can call her at her home ,Chopper.
fO Mrs. Leo Hebert; ways and Thirty-four American and 26
design
i which are To Fill Pulpit At number 9247740., ,
? evaluate his understanding of the means, Mrs. Glenn Powell; membership French ships are participating In
' subject: matter and methods applicable C. P. Baptist Church Mrs. O. H. Sheppard: horticulture the exercise, along with groundtroops

! to the area he may be 'assigned ,- Mrs. M. C. Carter; publicity Bank Of PahokeeTo trom'the two countries.
' to teach. Rev. Edwin Rice, a retired minister and telephone, Mrs. Paul United States Marines of the 2nd:
Bulletins of Information describing of Okeechobee City win ,fill Rardin; Birds and conservation Close MondayMonday Battalion, 8th Marine Regimen

S" registration procedures and the pulpit at the Canal Point Baptist Mrs. A. R. Harrington; roadside are taking part along with the
t.' ,containing registration forms nay Church Sunday morning at civic Improvement :Mrs. M. C. .. Memorial Day and french forces.' France Is providing
be obtained from Elbert E. Bishop 11 si: m. The congregation win attend Carter: garden therapy Mrs. the Bank of' Pahokee win be closed troop from 'the Group Fusiliers
Registrar Palm Beach Junior the Baccalaureate sermon Ralph Duran; flower design Mrs.J. that day, according to an an- Dec Marine Commando, Group
!'J CoSege. 4200 Congress Avenue,' Sunday night. Rev. Rice win again' E. Williams; hospitality Mrs. nouncement by Rupert Mock, preaIdent Tactical Assault and French Foreign

t,, Lake Worth. Florida or directly fin the pulpit the following Sun Antonio Moron and queen committee Under the new set-up used Legion.
from the National Teacher scam day while the pastor, Rev. Lawrence ., Mrs. Paul Rardiiu In recent years the banks of Palm .LI.
I inattans. Educational! Testing Service -I 'Stewart attends the Southern Installed for the Pahokee Card. Beach.county take very few holidays Mrs. EL C. Odum of Dade City

p I Box 911. Princeton, New J rsiey. .' Baptist Convention in Dallas. m Club were Mr+,.. Don Hillier ,and remain closed on Satur is ,the guest of her daughter Mrs.
J Prospective teachers planning 1, president Mr*. Lloyd Hundley days. Mr. Mock said that those Lawrence .Stewart....'while Rev.litwart' .

to take the tests should obtain CoL and Mrs. W. s. :Evans have vice president: Mrs: Norman Kennedy folks needing payrolls over the 'I. attending the Southern
their 'buHetms of I returned to their borne from recording,and corresponding weekend and for Monday should Baptist Convention' In Dallas. TexFLORIDA -
promptly, Mr. Bishop bafonuJtGDl I era days stay la : MfT-1 l ,(C ftUeucS'011 page I)' get them Friday. .... .

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I I [News Of ::The Churehes]r-Training pole For TALLAHASSEE-How, string Youth a Center bow Program, shoot to a rig rifle a,I I I (BIRTHS.4. .



L .. pitch a tent, and paddle a canoe 7 '
are only small parts of the train-
at the Youth Conservation ,So sank Mueller of Pahokee,
Church Of God The Methodist Church Canal Point ing program
in the Ocala National Forest and iirsj W. C. Prevatt of Clew-

Barf ield HighwayPahokee Canal Point, FloridaJames Baptist Church which' begins its fourteenth Iston motored to'Gainesville Tues

annual camping session June 13. day May 18,,,tpwelcome the arrival .
> Fla., W.. Baugher, Pastor Lawrence Stewart, Pastor The Youth Conservation Camp, of their new grandson, Stephan

A. L. Stone ,Minister SUNDAY, ; SUNDAY: operated by the Game and Fresh Maury Prevatt, son of Mr. and
1 Phone 924-7368 9:45 a. m.-Sunday SchooL 9:45 a. m.-Sunday School Water Fish Commission providesan Mrs. Matthew Prevatt, 5028 S. W.
SUNDAY 11:00 a. m.-Morning Worship 11:00 a. m. Morning Worship education In conservattya and 47th Street, Gainesville
6:00, p. m-Evening Worship 6:30 p. m.-Training Union participationin .
9i45 a. m.-Sunday School' nature 'study through
11:00 a. m.-Morning Worship, TUESDAY* 7:30 p. m.-Evening Worship outdoor activities. The camp Steak Supper Is
8:00' WEDNESDAY
p. Woman'sSociety1st :
7:30 Evangelistic Ser 13 and continues
p. June
Tuesday- 7:30-p.'m,-Prayer Meeting opens Enjoyed By Class
ViceTUESDAY WEDNESDAY: ... through August 14.
: and between the ages -
Boys girls
7:30 p. m.-.Prayer Service 7:30'p. air-Prayer. Meeting Church Of'Christ of'10 and 14 may obtain complete Members of the Deo Valente

THURSDAY: information and applications for Sunday school class of the First
'.. 7:30 m.-Youth for Christ First' Baptist writing:
p. 125 N. W. Avenue D camping reservations by Baptist Church in Pahokee: enjoyed .
Service Church Canal>Point Phone WY, 6-3867 the Youth Conservation Camp,
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I 'a(steak' sumr'at'thGl.h: m'totMr.
Belle Glade, Fla. Game and Fresh Water Fish Commission
St. Peter Lutheran Elder R.-E. Barfleld SUNDAY SERVICES ; Ocala Florida. .i and Mrs. George Rashlev,.
KXOO a., m.-Bible\ Study .. Thursday* night The+ guesU* Included -

Church Belle Glade SUNDAY 9:45: a.:m.-Sunday School lf:00"a*. m.-Morning- Worship Junior Training husbands of the members
7:30 p. m.-Evening Worship Rev. and Mrs. Guthrie Colvard,
Ko berg Pastor 11:00: a. m. Morning Worship
August ie WEDNESDAY Union On Picnic Mrs. Lois White, Mr. and Mrs. E.
6:30 m.-B. 1". C.
"-, 6QI WKLak_,Rd., Belle Glad : p.
7:30 7:30 p. m.--Bible Study C. Stapleton and Mr. and Mrs. E.
Worship.
m.-Evening
p.
SUNDAY: .... .
.Divin .Servlces 11 A. M. TUESDAYS: Nineteen members of the Junior R.' Reynolds. ... .
School 9:45: A. M. 7:30: p. m.Choir'practioe.WEDNESDAY The Pahokee ChurchOf Department Training Union of the
: Pahokee First Baptist Church enjoyed CALLED TO CLEWISTONMr.
7.30: jh m.-MIdweek Prayer The NazareneRev. a swim party at the Lake
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Holy NativityEpiscopal Service. Worth Casino and a picnic lunchat and Mrs. Lee Parker: were
ChurchPahokee 'THURSDAY:-Every other week .Willard Kilpatrick Phipps' Park Saturday morn- called to Clewiston Friday by the
7:30 p. m. //Ladies Auxiliary 433 Bacom Point Rd. death of her brother, William M.

Meeting. Phone 924-752S P. O. Box 882 ing.The group was accompanied by Dunnaway age 38, following a
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\ Rev. William, Pickels, Vicar SUNDAY SERVICES: Mrs. Frank Thus, Mrs. J. H. Wilkinson heart attack Funeral services
SUNDAY South Side ChurchOf 9:45 a. m.-Sunday School Mrs. W.. O. Moss, Mr. and weri held Monday morning' at

800; A. !!..<-Holy,Copununion 11:00 a. m.-Sunday Worship Mrs. W. K.. Aldridge and Mr. and 11:00': m. at the First Baptist
--.,...... Christ 6:30 p. m. Juniors I.Mrs. Bob Richardson. Church in Clewiston.
7:00 p. m*-Sunday Evening
'Belle Glade across from [ Evangelistic Service
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First Methodist Bowling Alley on Rd. 80 WEDNESDAY: I

Church Pahokee 10:00: a. m.-Bible Study 7:30: p. m.-Midweek Prayer '
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11:00
a. m.-Morning Worship meeting.
ENJOY OEUGHTFUl SUMMER
6:30 p. m.-Evening Service "Where are a but
John A. Briley, Pastor I you stranger WEEKENDS OB VACATIONS AT lOW RATES
x 7:30 p. m.-Wed. Bible Study once."

SUNDAY, 9:45 am: ,-Church, School fain :& SioiaWeekend ,
each received gloriosa' orchid
11:00 a. m.-Morning Worship .Pledge Service Is a
7:45 p, m.-rEvenlng Worship corsage. '
.. Planned By WSCSCanal Following the installation, Revs
Specials
Briley introduced Ken Randolphwho .
First Baptist Point Methodist Wom- Is administrative assistant to

Church, Pahokee en's Society of Christian Service Dr. Robert C. Adalr;. executive director on Beautiful
will hold their regular meeting of the Goodwill Industry.Mr. .
Guthrie W.: .Colvard; Pastor Tuesday, June 1, at 8 p m. In the Randolph explained the workof SINGER ISLAND
SUNDAY. Maxson Building. Mrs: W. K. Goodwill and showed a film entitled fIORIDA'Championship '
9:45: a.: m.-Sunday School Buchanan will conduct the worship "Salute to Courage" pro-

11:00: a. m{-Morning Worship program and pledge service. duced by Universal International
f 6.30: p. m."-'Training Union Mrs. Elmer Maxson, newly elect-I'and featuring Joe E. Brown and '
7:45 p. m.-Evening Worhlp ed president, urges all membersto Peggy DoWi Mr> ArtaifMrho for 18 Hole GOLF Courses-add

WEDNESDAY( be.present and visitors are always many years. was"pianist for Billy Fabulous Ocean and Lake'' FISHING Daily "
7:30 p. m.-Prayer Service welcome. I Sunday, gave a short recital of ht
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arrangements of favorite hymnsat SWIMMING, SKIN DIVING, WATER SKIING and BOATING
The Church Of God the close of the service.
Briley Installs .. Mm bach Sheet metal hotel and apartment accomnodationt are now offered itii '
Of Prophecy PahokeeCanal W tow UMtr stet incited dtttctiy otto,MlMw OcMiutkit tend ptndist
SEARS FAMILY VISITSDr. to,urrMMM by 12 gall course for I WI!I| pi'* l Drlftfeumf M special stall,cJurtwr
Point Road, OfficersOfWSCS and Mrs Harlanr Sears and outbMrf rantatexrUl delight every angler' king your on. Mat Thins eiatlent
docking.end laundilnc.facilities One of Florida finest bathe. Beaches II'hires
Johnr Ii>Ktoavdy pastor family of Westpolnt, Miss, are ,..ao teiptiBfcr wtekand or longer I II the FM*fetch**, vall or-write todays 1
10:00 a. m.-Sundays School visiting,Ms parents, Mr?and:Mrs: 430 ACCOMMOOAT10NSI "
Rev. John Briley acted' as Installing -
HarUniHi{ Sears;this'week.
11:00 a. m.-Preaching Service ,
officer for ,the WSCS in-
:':45,p., m-Evangelistic. Service itallatlon of officers which was .v j ears IUGt eraoegs IUIINUSMIWI USQCI411CN ta \.
8:00,p.. m, Tuesday-V.IB. held at the First Methodist Church Mr. and Mrs. Tommy Griffith of lOX ,sss IMW IIACM tar. rIhns
8:00,p., rat'ITaurtday: -W.M.B. in Pahokee, Sunday evening, Winter Haven are the house guests and r.....is imfs.wwtorr aC bee Medwr.wave' ,

Everyone welcome., Special music during the worship, hour.. Rev of their brother-in-law, M. D. -_._... '

and singing.. _. Briley, spoke briefly on" the*'work Geiger.and are,visiting hire Gel- ..: .\ c
J of the WSCSi after which: Mr. ger who Is a patient at Everglades r lrOl7. ,

St. Mary's' ;CatholicChurch Hugh Branch sang "Have Thine Memorial, Hospital* : =.. IM1I' r....

OwnWay Lord' accompanied by '

her daughter Mls .Tammy Branch ....-.......... -----, -
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aV the organOnkars'
Father Francis iFennech, Pastor- ,
/ : installed!were; Mrs J.
Sunday Maw- ll30 a>m- "
Lv Reeves president] Mrs. John
ConfOM'be. ;"u, Hattoivvlce-president? MrsFrankRosenberg Invest '
; secretary Mrs James I In Happiness '

-SladcsSgptist( Church :!Moore; ,treasurer Mrs' Wilbur ;: ,, ,
: :-- Maxwell] secretary :of program "

,i ', (Rev.Jonathan L. Wolf) material;,MTS.I R.J.'Schrodeiv. par* : .
'Q" INVEST IN A HOME4.
;. Meets In Pahokee Lions Club llamentarian; Mrs; Howard Hoi

',..; Btilldlng. irian, secretary of campus-- minis .:
SUNDAY SCHOOL 9:45 a. m, try; Mrs.. Hugo' Doe., secretary of t
,PREACH1NO, :()(), a. m and supply work;. and Mrs. Leon I 1 Discover the thrill; the deep-down satisfaction of> t ,

7:30 p. ui,, spooner> secretary oe.membership
SUNDAY R' Yi: F.-- :SO p. ra. and,cultivation OWningyour'own.homer!' Frequently,you can own
WED. PRAYER-7:30 m.: .
p. Mrs. Rk C. Hatton secretary of .1.1r

-II. missionary education;. Mrs.: Louis with payments no higher than rent,- and.build "

ChikirenlAuxiliary.Luncheon Davis, spiritual life secretary; Mrs.
'' George Rameyv public relations .. Equity Stability, A Financitf' "Cushion1? for the

Meeting' secretary; Mrs D,, R, Watkins future. 'Many
'scrapbook, secretary; )..Ir&. R., F. people are now enjoying the comforts

The Auxiliary: Cbl1 iren's, Home Hurt, secretary Christian..social of home '
:, made
possible with' the '
,Society,held a ,luncheon meetingat relations; Mrs. 'Robert' Apelgren. services of; ,

Stouffer's Restaurant, West secretary of local church activities -' our helpful, courteous personnel at Everglades
; Mrs. E. D. Sims Missionary
PalnuBeadv 23.
May. AtteDd2Di'from' personnel representative'; It r.. Federal Savings and'Loan Association.EVERGLADES "
Pahokee were Mira. Lewis Lloyd: Hundley, church flower 1-

Coniris.Mrs. R. L. Hatton and Mft. chairman'' and' Mr$ Jess, Elliott,.
Ralph Johnson Mrs._ Marvin Un- nominating committee' .w
wln attended fromBclle-Glade. Circle' chalrmeifi Vena Ma FEDERAL

During,tha,business' sessloaf,the :$Schrod t etreJi; Mts>R> C. HattcA.8itoonsonLsir -'

grqupr discussed' equipment:, antf I > 'CJtcle. Mrs. XIP'i Savings-'And'I.oan. Association

fu ,ineede4:tbt th',,:WWfll Holfftan';,,Gerund*.Shirley CIrCle #,
.PMn_ WJ11 ;A. Mi't:."Erneftt Mtavttt and ).{1rtui'Oldf ; } ACCOUNTS INSURED FEDERAL: : >. SAVING*:AND LOAN.INSURANCE oo P. .

Wary wtn'raliCI"ttmcf. to part a& :Mrs. Ft fcRoaenbergJ BafrokeePage .
Tha next meeting will be ltd Each officer wrprwatW wtw Biill rGfacItf; ..

October 23 with husbands as invited a cross bearing her name and the t t

fuests. name of the office she holds and

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; Page Four The Everglades Newt, Canal Point, Florida 33438 -
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her home. Mrs.
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I l ETE1Lai0IEI1 L In the keys at Largo. I!Everglades Memorial Hospital.have has been a resident of Canal Point
Hundley
[ Mr. and Mrs. Buddy Hewell of I Mr. and Mrs. John
in Gainesville for several years and will be miss
Atlanta, Georgia, ap.nt this part returned to their home
friends.
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,' weekend visiting relatives in Paho- following
$ Frank Rosenberg has returned Mr. and Mrs. Earl Maxson motored with their parents Mr. and Mrs. ..
I I I I kee and Canal Point. |I -----:::!
where he has to Orlando this Week and Mrs.
.from Jacksonville where Mr. and Mr. Elmer Jones returned Leland Keene and Mr. ,
-,been attending a three-week course I they visited their son, Mike Max- I Wednesday from Montgom 1 Lloyd Hundley in Pahokee. -I'i-v.V-'I: !; WjjMj WM! :
in teletype with the Southern Bell I son, who had recently undergone ery, Alabama. They were Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Sheppard of
.''Telephone Company. I an emergency appendectomy at I I panied homey ,their accom-I I Jacksonville and their daughterand I
,: Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Reeves plan 1 McCoy AFB Hospital. Miss Verlon Jones, who son-in-law, Major and Mrs.
'to spend this weekend in Jackson Mrs. Wiley Tlllla and! Mrs. Paul I pleted her freshman year as a stu- I L. Campbell, of Okinawa were the PRINCE THEATREPAIIOKEE
,'vllle as the guest of her son and Younger arj visiting in Lakeland I''lent at Huntingdon College, in guests this past week of Mr. and
family, Mr. and Mrs. Albert today. Enroute home they plan to I Montgomery.Mrs. Mrs. Louis'Davis.. FLA.
Graves., visit Mrs. Tillis sister-in-law, Mrs.L. I Adallne Wroten has returned -I I I Mrs. C. B. Stringari has return-
Mr. and Norwood Guthrie H. Jaudon and in Wau- I II I
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family to her home following a week's|;cd from a two-week visit with SUNDAY, MONDAY, TUESDAY
and children and her mother, Mrs chula. i I stay in the Everglades Memorial husband in Detroit, Mich.
Rose Thippodo of Miami, were the Mr. and Mrs. Jess Elliott, Frank Hospital. i I Mrs. Harvey Batchelor plans to MAY 3031"John & JUNE 1

Sunday guests of his parents. Mr. Rozelle and Lee Wroten, all of Pa-1, Mr. and Mrs. J. V. Thomas, Jr., 'enter Good ,Samaritan Hospital GoldFarb
and Mrs. I. 3. Guthrle. hokee, attended funeral services i .
will undergoeye
and daughters Terri and Kelly, Monday where she
Mrs. Ralph Maxson spent the for Vern Clark in Belle Glade Mon- j I were the weekend guests of Mr. surgery., Please Come Home"
weekend at her home in Canal day morning.. ''I|and Mrs. Bob Meyer in Miami. Mr. ,and Mrs. Luke Fraser have
Point and has returned to Lake Mrs. Bill Lester entertained at Alvin Armstrong of Miami returned home from Largo where SHIRLEY MacLAINE. PETER
'*Worth to stay with her brother her home Friday, May 21, with a spent this past weekend as the] they were called by the death of USTINOV, RICHARD CRENNAIN
Awhile: receiving further treatment birthday party honoring her guest of his father, L. W. Arm-his mother, Mrs. Julia Fraser.
'at 1 Good Samaritan Hospital following I daughter, Sandy, on her fifth strong and Mrs. Armstrong and)I Mr. and Mrs. Doyle Branyon of ( COLOR\. )
recent surgery.Mr. I birthday. Mrs. Lester was assisted his aunt, Mrs. R. W. Bowers, whois I Melbourne spent this past weekendas \
and Mrs. Lloyd Hundley had I by Mrs. Frank Catoe. a house guest of Dr. and Mrs. the guest of her parents, Mr.
a!'* their weekend guest their son, Dr. Sasser Watson of Delray Armstrong, and Mrs. W. S. Cross. .!iW..lII'lII M.lII.vJI
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OKEEOIIOBEE HURRICANE AND LIMERICK-WRITING ,MILK DRINKERS, ARISEI ,; .
CRACKER HISTORY OF OKEECHOBEEOn .
1 L ,DISh off a milk limerick (or several) thafa become the property of Southeast Florida
; 1 ,'original and tteY.r. If It. I good WI" Send .
one Dairy Institute. as many Bmericka as
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Canal Point Pharmacy lne your name on oni of our ramous mUle bet of places 01 mille you drink uch day.It
1 biHboardt. All IImtddta should bt mailed you neither drink milk nor wilt. Bmericka.
Price $1.95 plus 6c tax. M before Midnight May 31,1865 and wooldnlthl*be t/,.time to start doing taA7 .

SEND LIMERICKS TO: MILK, Box 11, Miami 45 Florida ;.; .
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.. aha.> pal'Point,.Florid*3S433! Friday, May 28 W3


; Handi'pped' Are---1 r'will factory are radio-TV "repair: .1.1I Patrol Investigates

appliance repair, shoe repair shop,
rra Aided By GoodwillTo I furniture repair, furniture upholstery 3,583 Accidents

bicycle-lawn m er-refr1ge.-
keep more than 400 handicapped -,I rator repair shop rug'I cutting department TALLAHASSEE-The Florida
: people steadily employed I (Goodwill cuts small Highway Patrol investigated 3,53

Goodwill Industries-Suncoast emp .rugs from big rugs employing accidents outside of corporate
ties and processes the contents of' mdgets! fur this work), and, !lolldepat4ment cities during March in which '76pejqo
more; than; 2500 bags of donations >fec dwJU bas found .Uttfthelr lives. The total
J : each workday.. 4T (Sbat..cIoU.-I'.apaIr,..wol'Jc..Ja..w.1..r.erhabiUtation 4&a4. octeased .to 36 persons over
:1 e bags .are emptied\ onto a'coavfyprJxlt for women who have the same time a year earlier.

that 4ak s town -800 j suffered emotional disturbances. I Injuries rose to 2,347 during'
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-" Goodwill factory. Lined Along .Jth?)I .. I number hurt by automobiles in Ole,
conyrypr are 25;van4ic&ppd'women third month of last year, the Patrol *

The Rardin Building In J(3anal( 'Point, Florida who sort through the Dona-I I Horse Club'Plans said. So far this year during
tions. the first three months the
THE LAKE OKEECHOBEJJ REGION HOME .oFTH'E Clothes that are too old -torn 'Sko>v. On Sunday Patrol has investigated 10,635 incidents -

for resale are placed onto a parallel that had claimed the lives

EVERGLADES, NEWSServing I conveyor that takes them to I The Muckrat ,4-H Horse Clubwill I of 228 persons an increase of rUao
a huge baling machine. The baled over the figure for the same Game
the Lake Ot aechobee Fanning Region Without I bold a Horse Show (/Sunday,
rag are sold to salvage firms last year.
Interruption JCery Week; for 40 Years that convert them into usable products May 20, at tho Palm each County .& ..

Established March 11, 1924 Published Every Friday such as paper rugs roofing I Sheriffs' Posse Grounds on SR TO CLOSE' WENDESDAYS

Subscription Price: $2.00 Year In AdvanceThe materials and rags for.wiping. 7 one mile north of Southern Beginning next: Wednestfay
.Garment that need button Are, ;Boulevard at 11:00 a. m. Echols Grocery store 'in Canal
Everglades News Is Entered at.the Post OfficeIn
sent the Marlin of Like City. Point will be closed all
button
to department; Nicely day pa
Point
Canal Florida, as Second Class Matter
those that need repairs are sent to I I former Pahokee resident, will be Wednesdays until September 1.

Paul Rardin Owner, Editor, Publisher the seamstresses; heavy clothesare A judge. There will be judged and .. .
stored for winter sale. |I timed events. All spectators will Attending the dedication serve

.Bridal Shower For Stetson StudentsIn All garments are laundered oridrycleancd I be admitted free of charge. Foodand ices for the new Haverhlll Baptist ,

Jliss Jackie Brock Summer ProgramMore before going to they': drinks will be oh the groundsall Church Monday night were Rev.
1 pressing department.Other > day. There will be ,several Lawrence Stewart, Alton Jones arid
I -- departments in the GoodI Glades resident participating. ) Perry HalL
Miss Jackie Brock bride-elect than 20 students from .
Stetson University will be in the ._ ,L I .
'II} Ronnie Tucker, was honored ------ -- --- -- --- ------ -- -- -
group of 100 participating in the
nth} a bridal shower Thursday first year of the new "Summer of *MjM $M 3H M5N5M$ 4i

flight. May 20 in the Community '65 in Sussex" program, sponsored
*|loom of the Everglades Federal through cooperation of members of
;Savings and Loan Assoclatloa in the Associated Mid-Florida Colleges ere

!Pahokee. according to Dr.. Harold
Hostesses were the Misses Brenda Schultz, associate professor of his- .re

,, Unwin Becky Mackey Joan tory and political science at Stet
''McKlnstry, Patsy Crosby Gloria son. Stetson is one of the Associated X. Phone 0245511Pahokee Phone WY 6-2550 Belle Glade Jf
sing Mrs. T. W. Reeves and Mrs. Mid-Florida Colleges, along
.Gil, Davis. with Florida Presbyterian, Florida f SALES and SERVICE <>
A color scheme of yellow and Southern Rollins and Bethune-

white was carried out .on the refreshment Cookman. Air *
Heating Conditioning Appliances *
table which was laid Students accepted for the pro-
1,with a white lace cloth over gram must have B
averages or *
and featured J *J5>*J *J *5 4 4 *
yellow a crystal better to participate in the 11

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fond yellow hibiscus. nine hours college credit from
The hostesses gift to the hono-. FUjrida Presbyterian College: ,

fee was an electric. toaster. which are transferable for application -
on their work at Stetson.
More than one nyiUon ,visitors Among the students participating : '.'
see Florida's. Cypress'' Gardens .annually. the program this year are I 'TII 5f.jlyenjoys: ',1 -

Jann Plumer .of Pahokee and 1

former Linda Woofter, Delray Beach, ( perfect Moor comfortWHY
Pahokee resident

The program provides an opportunity Jiay in the thanks to -
H Classified Ads for American students I year

carefully to study in designed England. It to has provide been I safer dumr cheaper f flameless ::4
POSITIVELY all want ads ot ,
them with the
greatest possible
classifieds, as you wish to call
opportunities for learn electric
meaningful airconditioning.COOLS
everse-cycle
them are payable in advance from .
ing experience, which
one Incorp-
his day forward. Don't phone 'em.
Write it and drop a dollar bill in orates an effective balance of lectures -
I and seminars traditional and
the envelope if you want it run i American in summer. WARMS in winter.
i once. $2 if you want it run twiceand higher education, .with
so on.WHAT'S the tutorials of the British pattern So YEAR ROUND-RIGHT for Florida homes.

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'don't need? A 11.00 classified ad _ _.._. Vgs
n this column will probably find Airman 2C Charles M. Matthews -
you a sale. JustvJjrrjte.ypyrjjid' ntiose son of Fur and Mrs'Robert i _
a dollar and,ye'q..40 IbV raft; Matthews of Pahokee,.'was;home _
'The Everglades Nws Canal Point on a 15-day/ leave from San Diego,

(Fla. California. He is being reassignedto iU\XF

FOR SALE! New and Used Willys Air Patrol School in Glynco x

_Jeeps. Walter Ashley's ..QfM' Georgia.,___ ,III.. .
,! Bel l e Clads. Pho ne 6-3058 -

1 Oct. ZT4rch Lon Wilso'n h s returned. to his

I "'VACATION.TIMI1' home following a visit with his

18 BLOCKS FROM BCAdt. |1S molder"Mrs.O.'L: Norton and Mr.
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per week for room, bath.i(etrla'; Norton, ,in Albany, :.Georgia. Hflwas
{orator, hot plate; 3 room apartj Jpl/ie4.!Albany l by his daughter ?-
B j ipents $20 to $25: per week)teas by '.DUM Linda Wilson, who is 'a

,imonth. 1109 Ga. Ave, Wes 1.JpfAft frshman; at;,:11 Andrew TT:" (Colle...a .:}n ,I
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t&each; call Mr. o'r Mrs. Cochrane Cuthbert,"Georgia. Enroule i home

il 5-1724 or 8321214. Jue ,Mrv Wlaon.{ was .thaiguest of:hla

daughter and family/Mr, and MS.B ,.
FOR GENERATORS and starters 1 1IKlTHBTCraCUn
,, Elliott Jr., and daughters
( Jee S. H. Underwood In his flew:
location US441 and Lake [Sb.orG'i COITST Or-''nR
FIFTEENTH: JUDICIAL CIRCUITlOfJ.FtOJlUM
Drive in Canal Point. started' }line : INAND, fQB'BKACII 'ArM
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IN CHANCERY 3C }1J87-C yogr'fairfty
:give him a call at 9244111. Jllp BOSS RODQER3. JR.. !
Plaintiff : ,
,)NOR SALE: 3 Bedroom 2 bath, -T.- : '

'i CBS house. See at 2555 S. W. (wsI m uua.t'II!1' DReQfeadallt<< ;- Why "simmer" in the summer (or shiver in the winter)? Prices of flameleas 1
l4th Terrace in Pahokee. Aty has OTICor .un
I,terrazzo floors, built-in .Icirlc; TO\\IBOW>aES3'ttAiam UNKNOWN'RODGHERSAD electric air-conditioning are 'way down. And reverse-cycle costs so littlethat'
heat, large kitchen formica cabinets You are hereby notified that a suit
the winter feature is free bonus
heating
patio Well landscaped lot baa been filed agatnit you In the above practically a Why not join

. 'pith young fruit Uws. Move in written entitled cause to file: and with that the you are or hereby other the hundreds of thousands of Floridians already enjoying cleaner, quieter, I
t defense Clerk of the '
.jioon. Call 92t. '01 ft) see. 2tpM28 Circuit Court of Palm Beach County. safer, happier homes where they can .work, play, sleep better feel
Florida and to serve a copy thereof
FOB SALE: 2 'B.droom CBS upon plaintiff Attorney Thadd WhM- better,'live better all year long! Beat the heat this summer. see your' -
house. Air conditioned dish- den. del South Lake Avenue Pahoke. \
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. Florida not later than June 30. 1965. air-conditioning contractor appliance dealer
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'aoon. See at 397 Kismet Avenue in my 1903.hand and. aeal thU ....
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.fUdgecrest Gardens in Pahokee. JOHN B. DUNKLE ,-
Clerk of the Circuit Court --j$ j 1
',Phone' 924-5420 after 5:00: p. m. (Circuit Court Seal>)> .

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Thadd Whiddea ._ .- '.
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Point TOwnslte. 19.500 Cash. See 161 South Lake Avenue '
Pahokee. Florida, FLORIDA: I POWER & LIGHT COMPANY Helping Build Florida"A. r.
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Q:How does the new 3%% interest rate benefit me? check every six months for the lifo 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, '
mature in'just 7 years, 9 months nest egg for the future. 'l'na '! why many retired : !': :/. ,
With Series H Bonds, the 10-year maturity period people bold 1 :Bonds and families saving for, say, achild's -1': ,
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stays the same but more interest is paid you each I I ,. ., '
1 months.With both E and H Bonds the new.rate Q:In what denominations can I buy series H and series .
works out to 2H%for,the first year and a'half;then H Bonds? '
a guaranteed 4% each year to maturity. AlE Bonds $25 (cost $18.75), $50 (cost $37.50)),$100 1 ,
Or When did the new rate become effective? (cost $75.00)), $200 (cost $150.00), $500 I
A:'June 1,1959. (cost $375.00), $1,000 (cost $750.00), '
I $10,000 (cost$7,500.00).
Or Doe* the new rate change the Bonds I bought be**' H Bonds: $500, 41,000, $ *00c. and $10,000. They" .,1"A ;"?,: .
fore"June 1, 19.591 # \ are priced at face value. .
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A]All older and H Bondspay more now-an extra, S..4. I,tiJtI1 .......
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crease takesefIect in the 11M full Interest period are way ";'
after June 1. aavej Tho United States Government- guarantee q I ... ;\,
the fash value of your Bond?>!will not drop. that itcan ",
Qz Will the Bond I own automatically cant their new only grow.
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Ai ,Ye:You don't need to do a thinf-Just held on to' ? '
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Qs Whenjny B Bonds mature, will tier keep oa'cam by JTrte.tury. If anything 'l lper'0U1'I I
molest? Bond free.Of ',' I.
ing they are replaced- etc
55 J I;Yes.An automatic 1 Oyear eztes>.iotipt1Yiltgs west Where I boy Bonds '\ '
into effect along with the new interest rate 11tM. .. :
At'Buy B Bond at wIt takes only stew mfekvie
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Bak iiiFlsai when yon work Thisj Ran means youce&
S With the new interest* alt, should! I cash in tajroiej, t bavt.'air amount you name automaticaJQy.de*

Bonds etui boy new oats? daetad' erery!!..pay day.; TL Bonds you bay.byieeteiajeatr
At No. .n. automate K% facre&se makes (t ... are detirmd: : to you automatically;
,.# easary-aixlm almost every e;ass it b to jow acty bee:\Your bank wffl take your GI'der" H.Bonda; ,

tall to retain yoarproantBa ttfietr do I'bdp steeagthea As+sse Sa'. peace power .
4e Haw sea from -- W' wfarl:bt" U.S.'Sariog Bonds? 'r

Bonds? ArPeaemcoBy-moeey for mffitanr skeagtfisjjsi :,' ,'
If The chief dBfferenca+ is this You bay H Bonds,a4XoUfAceTiJne > :jar.(**.. And aaoaey sated by J .,ida.1o .
'j and the interest+ ii.paid bg' J.r" bts isj,hety ottr economyI .md. ,, './1"

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The Everglades News'Canal Point Florid S34S8 J'lS4ar.1I&7 28. los.s !
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Garden Clubs 'Mrs. Claude Shirley; hospitality Safety Record At- one mile would constitute a roundtrip TO LIVE OAK FUNERALMr.
Mrs. W. A. Keen; and scrap book I /while on the other hand a 60 I and Mrs. W. S. Cross and
(Continued From Page 1) Mrs. L. L. Shirley. Mr. and Mrs. R. T. Smith left this
Continued i-rom Page II' mile round trip Is required to
secretary and Mrs. C. A. Kolstad Members, of the now disbandedSod I morning (Friday) for Live Oak
treasurer Busters were Invited to join' ing the past season the equipment transport one load of cane to the where they were called by the sudden

Committee chairmen: Awards the garden club. Arrangements, delivered, as many as 500 loads of mill. death of Mrs. Doris Collins.

Mrs. Leo ,Maxwell; book service for the luncheon were math by cane to the mill in one day and The Cooperative management is The funeral will be held Saturday
and library lira. C. M. Todd; committees from, all three f-f the travled a total of 1,300,000 "Safe proud of the safety record estab- at Live Oak Christian church and

civic beautification, Mrs. J. M. Elliott clubs. _. .. I Driving" miles for the five month lished by its drivers. It is not at burial' will be there.. .
; horticulture Mrs. Ruth I -f..1-,. 'harvest period. which ended April all unusuai'for the"company'to re-1 m
Meredith; legislation Mra. Duncan I I Mr. and Mrs. Hendrix Perkins of 14. dive a complimentary phone can Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Moore and

Padgett; litter bug Mrs. W. M. I I Mobile, Alabama, are the g eats; The distance a driver must go or letter concerning its employeesand son, Henry recently visited Johnny
Plumer; program, Mrs. Lloyd of their aunt and uncle, Mr. and to provide a 20-ton load of cane to the manner 'Jn which they ope- Neilson and Mike Maxson at
dely; ways and means Hun-I I I Mrs. H. H. Hendrix inPahokee. the mill varies. In some instances, rate the company's equipment. McCoy AFB, in Orlando.





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