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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: July 31, 1964
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).
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: aleph - 001981538
oclc - 32615395
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System ID: UF00079910:00398
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Succeeded by: Glades observer
Succeeded by: Everglades observer

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CIRCULATING THROUGHOUT THE VAST AGRICULTURAL AREA OF PALM BEACH COUNTY


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Graded Feeders Dixie Asphalt To Emmett S. RobertsIs Gene McIlwain Will Contract Okehed

Retread State Rd. 80 Retire From BankGene

Glades Sale TodayThe Now Lt. ColonelIt Airport Terminal k
Dixie Asphalt Company of West McIlwain, cashier of the I
Palm Beach was low bidder Tues- Bank of Pahokee, will retire today
Florida Cattlemen's Asso- day on retreading SR80 between is now Lt. Col. Emmett Smith from active participation in opera- County Commissioners Monday
ciation, in cooperation with the 2O-Mile Bend and South Bay via Roberts, 01r>839r>7. tion of the financial institution. He approved a contract ,With several
State Department of Agriculture, Six Mile Bend and Belle Glade. Palm Beach County's ranking has been with the bank since 1936 groups'! for planning and building
is sponsoring this season's first Amount of their bid for the more state legislator in point of seniority coming to Pahokee from Waucha- a new terminal complex at Inter-
graded feeder calf, sale in Belle i than 20 mile job was $259,710.00.> has just been notified by Hq. la. Mr. McIlwain will remain on national Airport.At .
Glade today-Friday. Work will start within the next 30 3rd Army, of his promotion from the board of directors of the bank. the same time, the board approved -
Two others are scheduled: Aug. days, officials said. Major to Lt. Colonel. following his retirement. appointment of a liaison
7 in Gainesville and on Oct. 2 - State Rep. Roberts, a long-time . committee to work with the architects -
Kissimmee is having the first business leader in Belle Glnde and and builders when the pro-
graded replacement heifer calf Skipper Peacock Pahokee, enlisted in the U. S. Ag Elections Set Ject gets underway.
sale, according to FCA president Army at the start of World War II. Contracts were approved for
Ralph Cellon, Sr. Hague. Funeral ServicesCalvin From private. he advanced to In Month Of AugustA. Hutcheons Engineers; Architects
The 1,100,Florida steer calves 2nd Lt. through OCS in the closing John B.. Marion and Ames Bennett
will be graded by state personnel days of the war. His enlisted service and with Tippets, Abbett, McCar-
prior to 7:30 p. m., when Col. R. D., Joseph (Skipper) Peacock was in the European Theatre. .R. Harrington Chairman, Agricultural thy and Stratton, as consultants on
(Bob) Cooper, Sarasota, will wield Jr., 2O. of 1850> E. Main St., First elected to the House of Stabilization and Con- the 'proJect. ,
the auction hammer. Pahokee, died Sunday in a one car Representatives in 1953> Rep. Roberts servation County Committee, to- 'Named to the liaison committeewere i
Calf producers from as far as accident on SR 80 near Lake Har- has served five successive day announced the designation! and Commissioner'! E. F. Van
St. Cloud in Osceola County and bor. He was a Navy veteran and two-year terms and attended many boundaries of each community Kessell! Airport Director Frank
feeder calf buyers from nearby and at the time of his"death was em- special sessions. He is one of the within the county where elections SakKcr and County Engineer George -
out-of-state are expected here for ployed with J & L EngineeringCo. most respected legislators, state- of ASC community committeeswill Frost.In .
the sale. ., South Bay.Survivors wide, and has been a powerful rep be held] during August. another action concerningthe
"Also expected to show more include his parents, resentative for Palm Bedch Coun- The elections will be held by airport, the commission approved -
than a passing interest will be Mr. and Mrs; Calvin ,Peacock, two ty on agricultural educational and mail balloting beginning Aug. 21. a resolution for the Fed-
members of farm youth organiza- brothers, Jerry and Terry; one appropriations committees.He Boundaries of the various com- eral Aviation Agency which will
tions and non-participating calf sister Anita i Louise; paternal has been honored with con- munities where elections will be lead up to the sale of the electrical
producers all attending to learn grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. W. J. secutive reappointment to the held are: Coa.stal-the area east of distribution system at the base.
more about the quality demandsof Peacock; maternal grandparents. powerful Legislative Council sine'' Twenty-Mile Bend; Belle Gin de- The county has an offer for pur-
buyers and, as witnesses to the Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Rogers. 1956.A> the area west of TwentyMileBend chase of the system from the Flor-
grading procedures, what author- I Services were held Tuesday at veteran of 22 years military to Hendry County line, southto ida Power and Light Company
ities are looking for when judging! 3 p. m., at the First Baptist Church, service, Lt. Col.) Roberts has just the Broward County line ajnd which approaches the $30,000
the animal," says John D. Stiles, Pahokee. Rev. Guthrie Colvard of- returned from Ft. Stewart, Ga., north to Pelican Bay; Pahokee- mark.
chief of the SDA's marketing di- ficiated and was assisted by Rev. where he was on summer duty the area north of Connor's Highway The sale must be approved, by
'vision. Lawrence '''Stewart of Canal_ Point with the Ui 8: Army Garrison i to"the-Martin County line and :
- Baptist Church. 3220, headquartered In West' Palm : west to Lake Okeechobee.The s
Pall Bearers were Eddie Todd, Beach. His assignment was Post Chairman reminded farmers theRegistration
Walter Woods, Bob Welty Butch Quartermaster. that the elections will choose three
State ExperimentS Davis, Ronnie Jones and John - I committeemen and two alterntes
Hundley. Interment was at Port 'for each community. The chairman) For School VoteA
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Gets HelpCounty Mayaca Cemetery with Wetherington Peanut Island Is vice chairman ,and regular member *
Funeral Home in charge of ar of the elected ASC committeewill
rangements.The also serve respectively as del- county-wide re-registration of
Commission assistancewas Studied By CountyCounty egate, alternate delegate, and sec- free holders was called for this .
asked this week for developinga condition of Carlo Ralnieri. ond alternate delegate to the"county week by the county commission.The .
new agricultural experiment 20, the driver, of an auto that convention to be held soon board adopted a resolution
station in the south end of the claimed the life of Pahokee foot- Commissioners learned thereafter, where the ASC County calling for the action after receivIng ''i r
county. ball star, Calvin' Joseph (Skipper) this week that el.Port} of Palm Committee will be chosen,, a request from the school
Commissioner George Warren Peacock, Jr., 20, Sunday morning, Beach has been marking time on a Farmers eligible to cast ballotsin board. Need .for the reregistration -
said a parcel of land near Delray is said to be improved ,at Hendry proposed lease agreement turninga the election will be all those who the school board said.. .'s '
Beach has been donated to the Ag- General Hospital.The portion of Peanut Island over to are participating or are eligible to.. necessary prior to a vote on' a
ricultural Extension Service for investigation into the fatal the county for development as a participate in one or more of the proposed $30 million bond issue
use as an experimental station. 'auto crash Is being continued by recreational area. national farm programs which th i being planned by the Board of
The county's assistance was ask- Florida Highway Patrol TrooperH. A week ago the board askedIts, committeemen help to administer Public Instruction.
ed in developing roads and drain- E. Whaley and Asst. County legal department for recent devel- locally, and who are of legal voting _
age for the area. Solicitor Billy Jackson. opments on the proposal made orig- age and a farm owner, tenant, or Funeral Services
The request was referred to the Whaley said the vehicle operated -, inally by the Port board. The coun- sharecropper. Persons not of legal .
county engineering department to by Rainier! appeared to be ty, after studying the proposed'" voting age who are in charge of For Wilbur C. King: I
erington, who will be the guest of traveling lata> speed in excess of lease, sought clarification on the farming operations on an en-
county' can _lend to the project. 80 miles per hour when.it slammed some points and further information tire farm are also eligible to vote VCHULA-Funeral service* .
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. ...';. - into a bridge abutment. before concluding the agree. in the elections. ,>', : ?, (- ,'
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:.'i was recently discharged from the ,County Attorney Harry Johnston ASC county and community com fore' past 18 :years and... ;.
Stimulate/Business .
i1 / service, had bought the. auto in "- reported Monday that no ,action mittees include the Agricultural Its chairman\ for six of those years,
'! Belle Glade Aim .,- which the two were returning to has been ,taken recently by Conservation Program, acreage allotments were held recently in' Wauchula"
t Pahokee from Clewiston only four the Port board which la awaitingnew commodity loans, the Thousands of friends gathered to jI
days before the. crash. information from a dredging feed grain program, the Sugar Act pay final tribute in the Wauchula
In an attempt to stimulate - contractor hired to J
deepen the program, the National Wood pro- Church of Christ.
downtown business activity approximately Luther Jones Goes port inlet. gram, farm storage facility loans King died in an automobile accident -
20 merchants met in The Port board notified the and others as assigned by the Sec- while enroute to his Zolfa
Belle Glade and elected Charles On, Carolina Vacation county that when all necessary retary Agriculture. Springs home after a week of pub-
Royal to head a new Downtown data has been secured, a joint lic hearings on utility matters in
Merchant's Committee. Publisher Luther Jones, who II meeting of the two boards will be Methodist ChurchIs Jacksonville, and a final day's
Royal the operator of a down- has been back at The Belle Glade called by the Port to discuss, the< work in his office in Tallahassee.
town department store, was elected Herald for limited periods duringthe proposal. Air Conditioned King was,elected to public office
by a unanimous vote of those past two weeks, left last week - .I first as city commissioner of Zolfo
present.The with his wife for a vacation at ". Last Sunday for the first time Springs in 1908. He served in that
meeting at city hall was arranged :their North Carolina home'in Syl- ITT. LAUDERDALE VISITOR members of the Canal Point Methodist capacity for 20 years, and in 1928 I
by Dr. John L. Grady, president via, where their son, Luther Jones, Mark Wetherington returned to Church enjoyed modern air became a county commissioner of
of, the Chamber of Com- Jr., will join them next week fol- his home this week after spending conditioning in the sanctuary. Hardee County serving for 10 yrs.
merce. lowing National Guard duty. the week as the guest of hU aunt Workmen are busy this week Installing He became a Florida Stat" ,
Curtis L. Slade, a downtown Mr. Jones la well on the road Mrs. E. C. Dannelly at Ft. Lauder- air conditioning in ths Senator in 1944 and was elected to
merchant and member of the to from heart attack dale. He was accompanied home by
recovery a parsonage located on Third streetIn the Railroad and Public Utilities
Chamber of Commerce Board of suffered in the early summer, but his grandmother Mrs. C. R. Weth- Canal Point. Commission in 1946.
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Directors, was named an exofficio must still "take it easy" for several erington wh owill be the guest of King had several other business ,
member of the newly formed as- weeks. her son and family for several ATTEND YOUTH CAMP and public service connections, including ,

sociation.The . days. Members of the First Methodist a directorship of an insurance -'
other three members of the ...
Church Youth Fellowship planningto company and of Florida
committee include: Lawrence Will UNDERGOES! SURGERY HOME FROM ,KENTUCKY: <<: attend the Youth Camp at Leeg-. Christian College''' in Tampa.
a well known author of Glades folklore I Kirk Elarbee small son of :Mr. Ricky Parker returned to hi* burg next week are Signora Briley. State Road Board Member W. T.:
and motor company official; and Mrs. Harry Brooks Elarbee home Friday after a two week Ellen Jo Denton. Dell McDowell, Mayo of Tallahassee has been
Jack Hollingworth the operator underwent surgery Tuesday at St. visit with his brother and sister-in- Mary Lee Adams. Pat Murphy, named to succeed Mr.,King on the '
of a local shoe store and BernardLee I Mary's Hospital in West Palm law, Mr' and Mm. Buddy Parker Johnnie Spencer, Cal 8pooner and commission. Governor Bryant
a local merchant. Beach. at Louisville, Ky. Mike Cowart. i made the appointment Monday.rf i





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Page Two The Everglades News, Canal Point Florida 33438 . .'


from the county but at the last session ..
I of the legislature, a specialact
was passed authorizing the
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to levy taxes to finance their departments

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Exchange Program .

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moved a step closer to implementing -
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40:. "." the Florida-Colombia Alliance BufUgiSavingsProgressive

The Rardin Building In Canal Point lorida with mutual agreement and .Informal '
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THE LAKE OKEECHOBEE REGION HOME OF opening a student exchange: ;.- :::)-

gram:: within the next six months, }iYS

THE EVERGLADES NEWS Tom says Florida Adams. Secretary. of State

Serving the Lake'OKeechobee' Farming Region-Witho tInterruption' All Colombia universities have!! } 3
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agreed accept
Every Week for"40 Years
students tuition free, and formal ...,.
Established March 11, 1924 rPublished Every Friday tuition wavers 'for Colombia students :f ",

Subscription Price $2.00 Year In AdvanceThe to Florida Junior, collegesand .
universities Is expected to be -- ----- -
Everglades News Is Entered at the Post OfficeIn I
MOCKS OX VACATION
granted soon.
Canal Point, Florida ,as Second Class :Matter Dinner
The agreements were reached Rupert Mock, Jr.:, has returnedto
Paul Rardin ""-y: '. Owner, Editor Publisher during a visit to Florida by several By Young: Group his home after completing six
Colombian public and educational months in the U. S. Navy. He accompanied

officials. Thursday night members of the his parents :Mr.. .and
First step in the junior college Mrs. Rupert Mock, and Jon to
Here Is What Transpired At Monday'sMeeting Young Homemakers Sunday School I
exchange program will ring two West End Bahamas for a vacation.
Of The Palm Beach Colombian Instructors to the Dade Class of the Pahokee First Baptist I'I They returned to their home in

j. I and St. Petersburg Junior collegesto Church took part In a pro- I|I Pahokee this week. The Mocks also
teach Spanish.The gressive dinner. Mr. and..Mrs. Karl have? as their guest, Miss Penny

County CommissionA University of Florida will Watson were hosts to the group McKinstry.WSCS . ..
have a fellowship for one Colom- for the appetizer, salad was served
bian student In the fall. The Uni- Mr. and Mrs. Martin at STUDIES BY-LAWS
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barricade across old State are some levy changes to be made. versity of Miami will accept sev- their home and the main course The WSCS of the First Metho-
Road 707 near Jupiter was orderedup He referred to the Flood Control eral graduate students in its school was served at the home of Rev. an1 dist Church of Pahokee will hold
this week by the county com-. District which is revising .its mill- of medicine and both Florida Stat i Mrs. Guthrie Colvard. their board meeting at 7:3O: p. m.
mission. I age rate. and University of South Florida 1 The dinner ended at the home of in the Ladies Sunday School room
The board action came on the ad- In another action the board approved have expressed interest in the ex- Mr. and Mrs. Frank Catoe with on August 3, at which time they
vice of County Attorney Harry the budgets and tax levy: change program. I cake and coffee. The Young Home-. will discuss the changes In the
Johnston who said it was an obli- of ten fire control districts. - maker clasS consisted of young WSCS bylaws. The regular WSCS
gation of the board to close the The current tax bill will include BAKE SALE PROFIT $20 I married people between the ages meeting will follow the board
road. The highway has been relocated -I fire control taxes for the first time\ of 17 and 24 years of age with meeting at 8:00: p. m. in the chapel. -
on the other side of Hobe this year. Funds raised from this The recent bake sale held by the Mrs Guthrie Colvard acting as .
Sound island and a request :froma source will be used to finance ope- Pahokee and Canal Point 4-H clubs superintendent and Mrs. Lee Wro- . .
property owner asked that the rations of several volunteer fire brought a profit of $20.00. Members ten, teacher. Mr. and Mrs. T. W. Reeves ac-
old road be closed. departments along the coastal of the club wish to take this companied by Jana and Kathy
Similar action to barricade the area. opportunity to thank the many Air. and Mrs. A. M. Sims and Maxson returned recently :from%
abandoned road has been taken by, In the past, the fire Departmentshave people who made this sale a suc- Lillian and Butch were visitors in week's visit with relatives of Mrs.
the Martin County commission. II' been helped by direct grants I cess. St. Petersburg last week. Reeves in Luverne, Ala.
In other actions this week the
county board:
Voted to condemn remaining
parcels needed for improvement of
State Road 806 west of Delray rk.
Beach-outsider the city limits.
Agreed to sell for $1, an abandoned -
building'at the County Home i \\1,.
and Hospital. The old structurewas .;- 1,

sold to the Flotilla Club of ,
West Palm Beach.
Agreed to make available from
the' new budget, the amount of "
$1300 to help finance a geological:
survey of the FCD district: The
FCD had asked, the board to sign
a three-year agreement calling for
annual payments of $1300 but the
commission rejected the offer. Th ,/ '
county board cannot budget for
the future-only on a year to year
basis. s. (c ..
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A tentative budget totaling
$17,626,221 was adopted this week % q
by the county commission.At .

the same time the, board de- ,'.
layed adopting a tax levy after I .
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'ge Four The Everglades News, Canal Point, Florida 33438 Friday, July 31, 1964I :
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Mrs. Bing Doering of Akron, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Keskinen Mr. and Mrs. C. G. Willis and
I Ohio returned to her home Sunday and Miss Mirtha Keskinen of Or- I family are spending this week at

11 I PERSONAL NEWS NOTES I after attending the funeral of her lando were the Sunday guests of Sarasota Beach.

father, M. C. Carter. :Mr.Point.and Mrs. J. G. Ford of Canal I Mr. and Mrs. Bob Maxson and

Mr. and Mrs. their to move to
J. C.: Harris were i baby son plan

Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Mackey have :Mr. and Mrs. Guthrie Colvard I the weekend guests of Mr. and I! A-lc Wayne Unwin plans I > .' their new home in Boca Raton

returned from a combination vaca- epent Fridey at Daytona Beach Mrs. Buford Justice at North Palm leave Sunday for Moody Air Force this weekend.

tion and business trip to Alabamaand where they visited her sister and Beach. Base at Valdosta, Ga. after spending : Mr. and Mrs. Daymond Elmore
1 his leave with his parents, Mr.
North Carolina. family who are vacationing there.
Mrs. Loyd Brackin of i
Eagle
and Mrs. H. E. Unwin. were Sunday visitors at the home
Mrs. Arch ''Blakey recently returned Miss Glenda Crews and Roy Lake is spending a week with her of Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Ford of Ca-
to her home after a visit Goodson attended the surprise children Miss. Elinor Brackin, Mrs. Mae Laflln left Friday to nal Point. Mr. Elmore recently
with her mother Mrs. Nellie Nay- I birthday party of Miss Marty Steve Brackin and Mr. and Mrs. J. join her brother and sister-in-law. I
len at the home of her cousin, AI-I C. Harris. She will be joined by Mr. and Mrs. Charles Adamson in I recently started working Flor-

and Mrs. David Bleech In. her husband Saturday and: will c- C;ocoa. They plan to visit relativesIn I ida Sugar Mill as Superintendent

I : chobce Friday Night. company him to their home Sun- Georgia and Myrtle Beach, S. C. of Agriculture. .
ter Calif., is the guest of her par day. J I I
I ents, Mr. and Mrs. M. H. Cumnina. Mr. and Mrs. D. Watkins and Mrs. E. Winchester of Sebring j Mr. and Mrs. F. S. Parrish and

and her brother-in-law and, sister, family are spending a two week Mr and Mrs. II. n. Uir.vin and Is the guest of her son-in-law an.l daughter Debbie spent several
I t Mr. and Mrs. Marion Wright, and vacation on Daytona, Beach. family are spending several days j daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Minter days vacation at Palm Beach
family. vacation at Palm Beach Shores. t Collins. I I Shores this week.
I I Mrs. Doris Wetherlngton has returned ..
and Mrs. Charles Stokes left to her home after spending:: ------ ----- --- --- -------- --------
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I this week for a two week visit wltn several days:: as a patient at Ever- 1'0"to.. ''' '', '''.. .: ., .,. ., ., A 4' A A A
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'of.-r, ',.:o > t'r' .:Jo..4'.to..1.'MJ.. >e T.efirsArt c.'C:: :' >. > ' >. > >
relatives in Deleware. glades Memorial Hospital. \ 'V- Y V 'If 'If M 10' Y V h' .' SM v 'tl Y V Y Y Y 4. Y V Y Y V V Y
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:Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Rodgers recently Mrs.V.. A. Stevens was called t? .,
returned from a vacation to Jacksonville early Saturday morn. I' : :

e Cleveland, Ohio, and Niagara, ing,due to the death of her broth! .V.# I [[IDJ .T.>

Falls er-in-law, J. L. Butler. Mr. Butler:! ..:.. ..*.'"
had been in ill health for some A
Miss Dell McDowell is the guest v-
; of her cousin Miss Brenda Barber time. Phone 9245511Pahokee Phone WY 6-2550 Belle. Glade ;%:,z:}

'f in Bainbridge, Ga. Ronnie Kautz accompanied his {.. *
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fk uncle Roy Kautz, of Melbourne to SALES and SERVICE *
k George M. Schroder, who ha Great Bear Lake in Canada, Fri 4""AV> .._,.

been the guest of his uncle and day. They plan to visit Vancouver : Heating Air, .
ConditioningAppliances >
aunt, Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Schrod- In British Columbia, and return in ::"
t; cr and his cousins, Mr. and Mrs. R. -:; .: It>
two weeks. ....fi...i A ai,:,.fi t.1 i A...A 1.f A. A A .fi..fi .fi...fi...fi A..fi .fi..A .A...A -I A fi.,A A A A A A A fi fi A
W. Schroder in Lantana left' Wednesday I .' Y. VY. Y. Y Y. Y. 4.y4. .j h M. 4 i. 4. 11 Y.>i Y.1 V.04.r Y.1 Y.r Y' Y i.df t f....... i Y.3'of i4 Y..Y.. .'of.i Y.b for Key Largo where heR Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Douglas and . \
R will be the guest of relatives be- children are vacationing in North - - f'I
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Northhampton, Mass. .4
and Mrs. J. W. Brown have
Mr. and Mrs. F. S. Parrish and returned to their home after several -
daughter, Debbie, have returned weeks stay at their cottage (tn l

from a vacation at Lakeland and Salt Springs. HO MILLION '

Clearwater Beach.
Mr. and Mrs. F. G. Gillis and son. REDUCTION

Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Friend and Tim, have returned from a vaca- ;
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{ daughter, Merry Ann, have been tion during which time they visited I .' if1; :> FOR FLORIDA POWER & LIGHT COMPANY CUSTOMERS ,
vacationing at West End Bahamas.Mr. relatives in Milton and Baker. I ."

: and Mrs. William D. How- Miss Mary Ann F'ord is return-
ard and son. Billy, have returned ing to her home in Canal Point' the Now it's a whole lot cheaper to goALLELECTRIC

from a visit with relatives in first of next week She has beenin .
Myrtle Beach, S. C., and Lexington. Collonges, France, for her junior , than to use a 4 (

Ky. year of college, where she took combination of services on t
leer Alliance III and Alliance TV .
Mrs. Mae Bailey returned to her from the Sorbonne. She has been the farm and in.your home. a 4
home in Jacksonville Thursday
attending the University of Stuttgart -
a after spending a week as the guestof Germany, for the past month
her sister, Mrs. Adaline,Wroten. :
Mr. and Mrs. J., H. Bordeaux accompanied -
Mr. and Mrs. Bill Whitcomb of: by Mrs. M. F. George

I St. Petersburg spent several days visited Mr. and Mrs. Ray Ulmer in FARM BETTER
here as the guests of her parents Clearwater Sunday.

Mr. and Mrs. Jack Spencer. They ....,j"
were accompanied home by their Mac Wright left by plane Sat-
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small daughter, Pam, who had urday to visit his father Ronald

been staying with her grandparents Wright in Atlanta, Ga. They planto -.'- -I y : :
for two weeks. visit with relatives in Ohio.
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Mr. and Mrs. Ron TerHaar have Laurel and Dale McCall of Atlanta .
returned to their home after spend- arrived Wednesday for a visit Bto n z:

ing a week's vacation at Ft. Myers with their grandparents Mr. and
Beach. Mrs. J. L. McCall.
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Miss Linda Lane is spending -. Mrs. Zoe Parker and daughter v electrify

month at Camp Merrimack in I t I Zoe Ellen were the Sunday guestsof
North Carolina. Linda is the Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Parker. Zoe

lane.'daughter of Dr. and Mrs. Richard I guest.Ellen Is remaining as their_ house" 1'' II.iI YOUR tiII yIT

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Rev. and Mrs. Walter S. Cross PAYS k
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and family of Lake City are the FARM

guests of his parents Mr. and Mrs.:
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Visit Pine Island W. S. Cross In Canal Point. Ii

FORA Mrs. W. N. Veal is a patient in j_ JiL 1i

Lakeland General Hospital where .
Fishing Vacation ,
: she 'recently underwent surgery.
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Mr. and Mrs. G. T. Echols and .
daughter Teryl visited his niece 1I .
BURNHAM INN
and family, Mr. 'Winn at I Switch from .1.J.
.... t ; e.ndl j Mrs :I nagging backaches :
Air Conditioned Efficiencies : remained :.
Naples Teal for a week ...
$35 wk. for 2 peopleFree visit.i i ''f-- \: *arG' .l l i.r.7: 1t';;; .i' and sk>weary ynnmial labor to : 2 "(

Ir w ... ', f," -. today's ELECTRIC?farm.equipment oJ '
Boat Ramp Walter GilleardJMrs., EdI h'Mat-: .. .. ,
Restaurant> Nearby thes and their mother 'visited Mr. Kilowatt powered equipment ?> r". ,.:T'
and Mrs. J. G.-Ford of Canal Pointon does every job faster, easierand .
Phone OW 89851St. Tuesday, July 28 which was
better. Saves time boosts
their 25th. wedding anniversary.Mrs. ,,
Jame City, PIa. -
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profits.
(Near Fort Myers) R. T. Smith 'attended the -
district Postmasters luncheon Unloads silos, conveys grains '
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meeting at the George WashingtonHotel feeds livestock and poultry '
in West Palm Beach Sunday. '
automatically. These machines have '
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Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Fraser were been field ,' .
proven- they work!
the recent guests of her father, H. \ , I'.
A. Lee and Mrs. Lee in MariannaMrs. '.
PRINCE THEATRE For free advice about the ELECTRIC ,

Emma Wheeler of Lakelandis I .
"helpers" to suit needs just 1 I
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AUGUST 2-3-4 Carter returned to their home in ) ,

Joliet. Ill., after "being: called to -rke fra tameless'.i ;
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"THE CHALK by the death of / . .
GARDEN" father, M. C. Carter. ,
NOW, CHEAPER THAN EVER!
Paul Travis Ford and Mrs. W.
HAYLEY MILLS DEBORAH :' '
Earl Lupo of Dillon S. C., and C. "
5-,KERR & JOHN MILLS .
001.08)i Frank Ford of Banner Elk. N. C., ''F. FLORIDA. ., POWER & LIGHT_ COMPANY
.5-.5IN recently spent a couple days visit- HCLPJNQ BUILD
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, :,; Is Held i I returned. and Mrs.from Bill a Unwin vacation recently visit! -

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1 Oi hesr.s SARASOTA Ground breaking with his sister and family Mr. andMrt'
B HItohCQck of Alachua andhis
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ceremonies. for .New; .:College. :kbf !
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# wc *rt.rr.wr .kw daughter and family Mr. and
_. SarasQtA.Were held,.JulY..21..P..rehl, :
'Mrs. Bob McFadden at Jackson
dent George F. Baughman turned
The Methodist Church ''Holy''Nativity- .:*: 'fte''*! Pahokee'Church institution.the first earth for the trail-blazing I her ville.sister They and were family also the Mr.guests and Mrs.of

Canal Point, FloridaRobert Episcopal Church (Of. The azarene, Opening in September after Vinson Ray at Baker and her son

Pahokee y -' more. than three years: of preparation FHP Cpl. Charles Humphries arid
1 4 -.tftf v."MaxTvD. Jones, Pastor : family at Lake Placid. On their
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A. Shelley, Pastor .' *.* Tfew College SUNDAY: j< Rev. L. Losslng, VJ.caru'IU.1AY ) er; 433 gacom, Point Rd. leader, ,in ?topnorrowB'# ?education. return trip they were the guests'of

..; 10:00: a. in.-Church School I, ,' : ;? ... : .* Phone 92C7S28"P.; O.,Box*" 882 The college has sought opt promising former Walker residents Mr. and Mrs.
SUNDAY SERVICES Singletary at Defuniak
, 11:00: a. m.-Morning Worship : 10 a. m.-Sunday School : "June! gT8AJp: es-'for Its 100--
: Springs.
', 6:30 p. m.-Youth Fellowship. 11:00 a, m.--Worship Service... 9:46a.' m.-Sunday School member lcharter class. More than - .
7:30: p. m.-Evening Worship -- )r, '?. llOO: a. in.-Sunday Worship 70 pereent'weehlthe, top 10 per
HOME
FROM HOLY
,,+ MONDAY: i iI 6:30: p, m,-Juniors cent of their class LAND
Side Church '
I, 3:15 p. m.-Youth Choir practice South 7:00:. PJ phi::Sunday Evening "'Thejscholastlc calendar will pro- Mrs. Tommie Lee DuBose and
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Mrs. Cleo Douthit will return to-
Service vide far 'll-mohth
Of Christ Evangelistic : an academic
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** their homes this week after a tour
2nd MONDAY: WEDNESDAY year, witli a bachelor of arts degree -
" 7:3O: p. m.-Ksther! Class meet Belle Glade_across' from 7:30: p?''in; r.(-Midweek, Prayer -after'three years. Semesters and of the the Holy Christian Land with Ambassadors.Hal Hunter

'"4 ingTUESDAY :' ,_ Bowling Alley on Rd. 80 meeting' ale: interspersed with reading pr- .

: 0:00 'a. ,m.-Bible Study "Where you are ..a .stranger but iods 'to'j.', provide... ..., maxlrnum'. tJexibn1t" CLASSIFIED ADS PAY
:l" 8:00: p. m.-Woman's Society > 11:00 a. m.-Sermon -- once:' ,, .. 'n ,
BIG DIVIDENDS
1st TuesdayWEDNESDAY 6:30: p. m.-Evening Service -'"-*-- *?- ? The ground breaking climaxed .1campaignTbn

: 6:30 p.__m._-Wed.. Bible Study'*.... j I Church,Of God the'par ,0;,,hundreds
A-B MM.* ,
-- fo Sarasota-Bradenton area resi'dents
7:30 -" -
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Church "of Christ. More than $8
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First Methodist Belle Glade "'Pahokee, Fla.J. million has been raised so far to

Church Pahokee W. Hughes Minister make the educational dream a POSITIVELY all want ads or
'_, August Koerber, Pastor
Phone 924-3736 reality. classifieds, as you wish to call
," 601 W. Lake Rd. Belle Glade -
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u, John A. BrlJey, Pastor
SUNDAY
ri1.! .'':' SUNDAY : 0:45 a. -Sunday School his day forward. Don't phone 'em.
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Divine Services 11,A. M.
"": Write it and dollar bill
11:00 drop a in
8:45 a. m.-church School : a., m.-Morning Worship
School 9:45: A. M.
7:30 Evangelistic Ser- the envelope if you want it run
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viceTUESDAY you want it run twice
6:45 p. m.-MYF The Church Of God r and so on.
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I fUESDAY: Of Prophecy, PahokeeCanal 7:30: p. m.--prayer Service BIRTHS FOR SALE: New and Used Willys

, ( 7:00 p. m.-Vesper Choir prac Point Road THURSDAY: Jeeps. Walter Ashley's Garage
7:30: Youth for Christ
ticsWEDNESDAY p. m.-
in Belle Glade, Phone 6.3058.
: John H. Kinard. pastor Service Mr. and Mrs. William Otis Keyof Oct. 1754ch.

:* ,, 7:45 p. m.-Mid-week devotions 10:00: a. m.-Sunday School - Pahokee, announce the birthof
C't',; 11:00 a. m.-Preaching Service First Baptist a daughter Sheila Jane born I BY SINGER
'&V/': 8:30 7:45 Service July 21. Brand new Round Bobbin sewing
p. m.-Senior Choir' prac- p. m.-Evangelistic
". Church Pahokee machine. Back tacks
*':' tics 8:00: p. m. Tuesday V.L.B. seamssewsover
. Mr. and Mrs. Buster James Mur-
pins-dial tension and stitch
8:00 ThursdayW.M.B.Everyone .
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Oiitbrie W of Pahokee announce the birthof
welcome. Special music Colvard. Pastor ry regulator. $:9.50-$9.50 down and
Church Of Christ and SUNDAY: a son, Paul Truman, born July $5.00 a month. Glades Mercantile
singing.,
'I',' 0:45: a. m.-Sunday School 22. Company 255:>: E. Lake Avenue Pa
'" I 11:00: a. m.-Morning Worship hokee 924-5597.:> A17tf
I 125 N. W. Avenue D Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Donald
, Canal Point I 7:30 p. m.-Evening Worship
Phone WY 6-3867 Russell of Pahokee announce the
6:30: p. m.-Training Union HOUSE FOR SALE: Almost new
Belle Glade, Fla.ElUNDA'Y birth of daughter born 25.
Church a July
Baptist WEDNESDAY: CB home. 3 br, 2 bath completely -
SERVICES ,
,: 7:30: p. m.-Prayer Service Mr. and Mrs. Joseph William furnished $4OOO cash includingowner's
10:00: a. m.-Blble'Study
Lawrence Stewart Pastor - Spangler of Canal Point announce equity and furniture. Balance
11:00: a. m.-Morning Worship
7:30 SUNDAY: Glades Baptist Church the birth of a son, born July 26. like rent. Also FOR SALE:
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p. Evening 'Worship
9:45: a. m.-Sunday School 50 acres of muck land on the old
WEDNESDAY 11:00 a. m.-Morning Worship Mr. and Mrs. Cecil, Lamar Ta- Pahokee-Belle Glade Road. Price l
7:30 p. m.-Bible Study 6:30: p. m.-Training Union ,(Rev. Jonathan L. Wolf) tum of Clewiston, announce the reduced. See or call Dan Carpenter -
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7:30: p. m.-Evening Worship Meets"w in-Pahokee- -" Lions Club birth, of a daughter, born July 26. Realtor. Telephone 4-7153 residence -
CLASSIFIED" ADS PAY WEDNESDAY: Building. -l-! 47235. July 3 tfo

BIG DIVIDENDS 7:30 p. m.-Prayer Meeting' *x I SUNDAY SCHOOL 0:45: a. m. Miss Florida Learns
PREACHING::00 a. m. and FARM LAND FOR LEASE960acres
---1 -t 7:30 p. m. How State Is Run South Bay Area, 320 acres

SUNDAY B. Y. F.6:30: p. m. Pahokee area well developed, well

WED. P? _-.YER-7:30 p. m. TALLAHASSEE-Priscllla Sch- drained, $50.00: acre, yearly lease.
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narr of Hollywood Miss Florida of Phone 924-5711, Lewis Buckner. _

LOW COSTMORTGAGE St. Mary's Catholic 1964, visited Tallahassee recentlyfor July 3 tf cTOR
: what was termed an "educa-
ChurchFather tional briefing" on state govern- SALE: 7 to 9 H. P. Briggsand
ment. Stratton engine with 6 to 1

Francis Fennech Pastor Miss Schnarr stopped Monday reduction gear $220.00 value for

Sunday s 1:30 a. m. at' the Department of Publicwafe- $150OO Bob Douthit, Pahokee. .
', conte"'"na'before Mass 'r rI rr ty, HoteUahcC!test urant' Commieeion..fleverage -' 'A-4c ;gA: *.,% jy. 24-Pd.

; I, ,:I''t3 : :, I 1 I IJ E: L, 'a.-_ < .i r : }Department, :Motor DO YOU HAVE an old implement
Vehicle Commission and the Development -
First Baptist Commission. around the farm that you don't:
LOANS'Lk need? A $1.00 classified will acquaint < -
Church Canal Point Tuesday Priscilla paid a visit to
many folks with it and in'aD
Gov. Farris Bryant, the Cabinet
probability you'll sell It. Just write
\ ; n1 and.:seiteral,state''ottt la1S!, :
Elder Reama'
Lester out': your ad, enclose a dollar bill

: t' .'** ;>:::.!*( a&Ji :io f Sh1.iBtJd ( SUNDAY.f; ,., '' *.r\ POT:> th: E9 W'VAdATid'tf'' t.L: 1 and. .we'll do the rest. The1 Ever-
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'., JDr.? : and, Mrs JF. H1Poteeteanddaughter
I II: a.vjnMorning Worship, i ; .f. j
rti .. Everglades Federal has ample ,funds 6:30 p. m.-B. T. C. Donna, left Saturdayfor WHAT'S IN THE ATTIC that you
-t,. ,'',, mrFa) >Y *or f/O >t.? .4: TUESDAYS: they will be the guests of his par in_.this column will probably fifid
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,; ready and available :for siliberal ;low 7:80 p. m.-Choir,practioe.' ents. They will be .accompanied you a sale. Just write your ad, enclose :!

,: ',; ,' ; :'. '.. WEDNESDAY: home by their daughters, Debbie a dollar and we'll do the rest,
7:30. p: m--Mdkweelc., -Prayer' and Vickey, who.have.been visiting, The Everglades News, Canal Point l

cost mortgage loans., \ hetherf your: Service. 1 there.r'").. P"E: ttvilh8 t tnOft"fu(' '9 ,Fla.",- ,".
:THURSDAY-Every': 'week

plans are to buy, build, modernize or 7:3O p. m.Ladies Auxiliary li'ilr lj? lr'iI"'i"7'\'iIi' 'iIi' "iIi' "ilrNm lrn"il lti"\fliY\'ii' I lt Ii' 'iIi' rli' 'irr! ''II'"
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repair, have your "home-town" sayings Christian Science Monday Cattle Sales

'" Group pf Canal PointThe . .

: and loan assist you.

Sermon on the Mount will Are regularly held 'at the Glades Livestock Market

be taken up section by section in which is owned and operated by more than 120

i1p' ;' the 'Bible Lesson on "Love" at Florida Cattlemen.
c j & . Christian 'Science 'churciies.

throughout the world on Sunday. I You'll enjoy the excellent service you receive hereat
rgFederalSavings The Golden Text is from: Thes. .
4: "Ye yourselves are taught of' this Market. We make an effort, at all times to

God, to love one another." give an,outstanding service to buyer and seller. Giveus
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And Loan Association '
Readings "from "Science"and a trial.SALES.
Health with Key to the Scriptures"'I..'I.'
by Mary Baker Eddy i .1.1..1.1.1. t

I ACCOUNTS INSURED BY FEDERAL SAVINGS AND this.statements! :, "The rich }n spirit

LOAN INSURANCE CORP. ... help the poor'in o e'grand broth- EVERY MONDAY AT 1 p. m.
erhood, all having the same Principle -

t' Let Your Money Earn 4*/ % Payable that,man or ,Fatherland who' seeth'hls blessed' rot'her's' Is Glades Livestock MarketASSOCIATION

need and supplieth It. seeking his
M Semi-Annually own in another's good" (p. S18).
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PAHOKEE BELLE GLADE Mike left Saturday for their homeIn Phone WY 63028i.Mvv.v
Norfolk Va. after being called
to Canal Point by the death of her
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:.How does the new 3%% interest rate benefit me? check every six months for the life of the Bones j.
A: With. Series E Bonds the rate turns $18.76 into You buy E Bonds at 76% of face value
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people hold JJ Bonds and families saving for ,
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stays the same but more interest is paid you each .
8 months.With both'E and H Bonds the'new.rate Q:In what denominations can I buy series E and series ;
works out to'23$%for the first year and.a'half than H Bonds? I

a guaranteed 4% each year to maturity._, At B Bonds: $25 (cost $18.75) $50 (cost $37.50), $100 "
Q:When did the new rate become<<: effective? (cost $75.00), $200 (cost $150.00), $500
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Jl;All older E and H Bonds pay more now-an extra: Cb Mow safe are U.S.' Savings.Bonds? !
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Q k Whenmy E Bonds mature, will they keep on earning Bonds Treasury. If anything 'happens to your
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Plan where+ you work.This Han means yom
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sla, or raising roof ; early I
I America, or raising the standardsof Cattle IndustryIn

YOUR GOVERNMENT citizenship in Florida today, no
one teer.can do it as well as the volun- I: The Doldrums

{, A WEEKLY REPORT BY ,


: 1E Z;; NASA Academy At I Bankers KISSIMMEE Association- The has Florida thrownits

support solidly behind the be-

FARRIS BRYANT Avon ParkSebringThe .. . y leagued Florida cattle industry,
Governor of Florida it was announced here today by
Art Executive Vice Presi-
; Higbie,
and the initialsNASA
space age ham
; } dent, Florida ,Cattlemen's Associa-
1 AGE OF COMPASSION than for any other event of the last : have a special "home- y

several years. town" meaning for the residents of tion.Speaking for the Florida Bank-
I In spite of all our individualand that ,
We take it for granted .
Avon Park and Searing, Florida.A ; ers Association, Louis Gilbreath,
collective self-centeredness, w-* through the state-wide programof 150-acre tract between the two }:a Chairman of the Florida Bankers

live in an age of compassion. For the Florida Institute for Con- south central Florida communitiesis Association Livestock Committee,

the first time in recorded history, tinuing University Studies the site of the new National Air by and Vice President of the Exchange -

on a massive scale, compassion baa (FICUS) ; the extensive off cam Space Academy, a non-profit, Bank, St. Augustine, said
education of
become an effective, national emotion us science program boarding preparatory school for that most of the members of the
Florida knownas
the University of boys.. Association would be displayingbeef
and has shaped our responses GENESYS Educational Tele-
to of. the problems of our ; NASA will offer all the courses posters In their banks
time.many vision (ETV); and Operation Al- that will, upon graduation of a throughout the month of August,

I phabet, the state can and should cadet, be acceptable to the var- LT. RONALD ELLIOTT and otherwise participating in the
The people of Florida and America extend educational opportunity to ious colleges and universities, and program of the cattle industry to
are finding ways to use their all who will accept it. alert the
will provide necessary preparationfor public to the need for
:' government as effective tools for! The list is a long one: the respective service acade- Lt. Elliott Receives corrective action.

\ the expression of their concern for 1. Care for the mentally ill. I mies: West Point, Naval Academy Silver Pilot Gilbreath said, "As Chairman of
sacrificing; 2. Programs of encouragementfor Air Force Academy, Coast Guard Wings the Livestock Committee of the

t physical fitness. Academy and Kings Point Acade- Florida Bankers Association, I am
ation-and polio--and tuberculosisand 3. Concern for dependent child- indicates VALDOSTA, GA. '- Lieutenant
,
my. NASA, as its name deeply gratified at the responseand
juvenile delinquency-and ren whose parents, because of will promote aerospace education, Ronald B. Elliott, son of Mrs. Hay- help the Association is givingto
:" crippling diseases-are all accepted ignorance or misfortune, neglect together with dual flight instruc- wood Baxter of Naples, Fla., has Florida's cattlemen. Florida is

as proper areas of governmental them. tion, at the request of the parents. been awarded U. S. Air Force being flooded by an everincreasing -
i. concern. 4. Care for old people who, in a National Air Space Academy is silver pilot wings upon graduationfrom volume of imported beef com-

i Time was when the concern of world where families are breaking the first private, secondary boarding flying: training; at Moody ing into the state through our
the people and the state for criminals down, cannot meet the medical school to build its curriculum AFB, Ga.Lieutenant. ports. This so-called 'bargain beer
t ended with their convictionand needs common to age. around the Aerospace Education Elliott is being: as- is becoming a serious threat to
incarceration. We have come Fifty years ago-even 3O-I-it program of the Civil Air 'Patrol. signed to flying duty in a unit at the economy of our home-owned

, to recognize, through intelligent was generally believed that goals The model for this boarding schoolis McCoy AFB, Fla., which supj. rts Florida cattle industry. Florida
and developed compassion, that such as these could not have been the Mary Knoll Academy, a private the Strategic Air Command mis- cattlemen need the help of every
I imprisonment is not the end, but achieved without an intolerable day school, in Honolulu, Hawaii sion of keeping: the nation's Inter- citizen of Florida if we are to pre-
I the beginning, and we have learn- loss of freedom. But they are being where Lt. Col. Francis Gomes continental missiles and jet bomb- serve Florida's vital meatproducing -
t ed to our delight that what serves achieved, and because Americans has developed a similar program. ers on constant alert. industry."
the convicted also serves the public are voluntarily assuming the burd- All cadets will be members of the The lieutenant, who received his . .
ens of citizenship, the blessings of Civil Air Patrol, an auxilliary of B. S. degree from Arizona State LONGS ON VACATION
I Time was when our concern for freedom are becoming more manifest the United States Air Force, how- University, was commissioned Dr. and Mrs. Ronald R. Long
education ended with its provision I I
, basis. and more generally) enjoyed.We ever, 'National Air Space AcademyIs through the Officer Training and son Rammie, left Wednesdayfor
on a limited and voluntary shall not win the war on in no way officially connected School at Lackland AFB, Tex. Indiana and a visit with relatives -
i We have now come to recognize poverty in one battle. We shall not with the Air Force or any agencyof His wife, Joan, is the daughter I. there. They also plan to
functional
of the
i that the presence cure the diseases to which man- the Federal Government. of George L. Burr, Jr. of 156O Lake visit their son-in-law and daughter -
illiterate in our midst is a dragupon
kind is heir with one remedy. We NASA will open for boys in Mirror Drive, Winter Haven, Fla. Mr. and Mrs. R. D. Welker, at
the society as well as the may never do son! But we have grades seven through postgraduate St. Paul, Minn., and return to their
individual. We have come to recog- begun to try. We have set our status on September 20 of this Miss Beckey Mackey and her home in two weeks.
nize that when we let young people We have dared free . .
course. as year. Additional information maybe sister and children, Mrs. Ernest
atop their education short of their men, to adopt these goals, and if obtained by writing the Director Tillman returned this week froma Mrs. Mary Long left this week
capacity, society loses even as
our reach exceeds our grasp, It of Admissions NASA, Box 1000. vacation in Alabama where they for Lakeland where she will undergo -
Colonial Spain lost when its gold- I
were better so. Avon Park, Florida 33825. visited their uncle. tests at Watkins Clinic.
laden gallions sank to the bottom
One of the great lessons con- - -
of the sea.I teaches Is --
temporary history us -
am more proud of the people of that there is no substitute for the Personal Items

Florida for their action of last No- i voluntary determination of a man pfft} > f t '' a.; }, i a pKR SY xY: a 4t .
vember in taking a stand for advanced or a people to perform a task.
education on a major scale I Whether it is raising wheat in Rus- Mr., and Mrs. Earl Maxson were
weekend visitors at Singer Island.

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A.message from the Treasury of a free people by his sister, Miss : Y. P t St, ..: .J.%I#.. ''

Rosalyn Thigpen left Friday for tf + ''. .,.., '
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F-Er':. t :Y f' ::t 4? "
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I' :' remain for' two weeks as the
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guest of Mr. and Mrs. W.

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Mrs. R. B. Chastain, Jr., and i:
,. daughters, Debbie and Jodie were .
I I II II the weekend guests of her parehts. kiy.
Mr. and Mrs J. T. Platt. :

Rev. Bob Shelley of Alachua 'dYfi: a4..v,

I visited with friends in Canal Point a'4111"' t'sY; F4e <

I I Thursday and Friday.Mr. e 4ae9 w..a, ..+M uA's' t 4 i ;,

and Mrs. E. O. Winch are
Granitville S. m, ? R ,d ):
How to visiting relatives in ,

C., and Waynesboro, Ga.
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WMU TO MEET TUESDAYThe ?
W. M. U. of the Canal Point a Y.n.. 'Sb2>R: ..;t #
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< Baptist
'I,!1m' ,tr,.,1', Presidents the church. Mrs.
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t for fuii..andfreedom Lawrence Stewart I charge of the
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WMU MEETING TUESDAYThe
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WMU of the Pahokee First

Baptist Church will hold thier reg- .
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j ch Tuesday at 9:30 a. m. Mrs.E. B.

Each of the seven denominations of Series E Savings Gamble will preside. The program
: : " Bonds shows a different President of the United States. If will be presented by Mrs. Guthrie
;. you're interested in this kind of art, the seven make a nice Colvard.
I ;, collection. .o .;
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\ Bonds offer such extras paW '
Along with the hobby Savings .MWOIaDr o-araa
as riskless investing, 33%% more money at maturity, and
I financial freedom for your future. ;
.: ; _. But there are other kinds of freedom tied in with.your -. gals;
'y 0.. purchase of Savings Bonds. Freedom to speak your' piece 9 QUALI1V -
I .i choose your job, and own your property to name a few.
: Every Bond you buy helps our government further the
cause of freedom everywhere in the world today. the
f '. Why not start collecting U. S. *PPROX.ONE OF EVERY' FOUR 'Ion go -
't. VISITORS IS SEEING FLORIDA\
1. Savings Bonds nowT Only f 18.75 .
. each for the George Washington FOR THE FIRST TIME I

}s::1 variety, at your bank or on Payroll 0 0
A. Savings where you work. '' r' i] O
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