The Everglades news

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The Everglades news
Alternate title:
Belle Glade news
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Place of Publication:
Canal Point Palm Beach County Fla
Everglades News Pub. Co.
Creation Date:
December 15, 1961
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Newspapers -- Canal Point (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Belle Glade (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Palm Beach County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
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newspaper ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Palm Beach -- Canal Point
United States -- Florida -- Palm Beach -- Belle Glade
26.861944 x -80.630556 ( Place of Publication )


Dates or Sequential Designation:
Began in 1924.
Dates or Sequential Designation:
-v. 44, no. 30 (Sept. 29, 1967).
General Note:
Editor: Howard Sharp, <1924-1928>.
General Note:
Publisher: Louis S. Goolsby, <1929>.
General Note:
Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 37 (Nov. 21, 1924).
Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05

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A resolution adopted Monday by Honorable Paul Rardin
a the County Commission officially Board of County CommissionersCanal

boosted the county's voting pre- Point, Florida
cincts to a total of 87-more than Dear Mr. Rardin: II

1. double the ,old number. 1 I We recently received a letter
The new precincts and polling. from Mr. Stephen Middleton, ..
places were handed to the board by H. County Engineer, in which were
9 Registrar Dan Gorham who said inclosed the right of way maps
the new list is complete except for v- for State Road 441 thru Pahokee.
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might have to be made in polling

the places.In commission another. action received on a elections bill for, New Sunday School Rooms Nearing Completion going widening Mr.on Middleton's record of this as road.opposing letter stated any

overtime paid employes in the reg- that the Board of County Commissioners --

istrars school covering board office trustee letter during said election.A the the recent school. At Canal Point Baptist Church; Many Donations I course the City of would Council action. like the as the, Councilwishes to adviceof the: '

the County to take. _
board had refused to'pay the bill
.. -- Please be advised that ,these
and payment was being sought
from the commission. The Canal Point Baptist Church is well on the Tree activities and the serving of refreshments, maps have been reviewed by our "
way toward completion of the New Sunday School will be held in the new building, in the recreational City Planning Board and upon
commission took the
The position Rooms, including the kitchen and dual-purpose room. their recommendation the Council
that most county employes salaries recreational room. This week the plasterers are Charles D. Stewart{ is the Pastor. Grady T. has appointed a Major Thoroughfares -,
are set as so much per day-regardless I work all walls, both Echols
completing the plaster on the is the General Chairman of the Building Committee to try and
of the hours worked. inside and outside. The carpenters are busy put- Committee. R. J. Maxson is Chairman of Con- the
work this'matter out among
The bill was referred to the ting the finishing touches on the trim work inside. struction, J. G. Weeks is chairman of finance, A. '
citizens and report back to the
i ty attorney and comptroller coun-I The electricians have installed the light fixtures, T. Holt is the Treasurer. There are several other Council their findings.We .
Y discussion with school the wall receptacles and light switches, making it -committees, and each one is making substantial
ficials, the commission declining to possible for the use of the electrical appliances, contributions to the successful accomplishmentsof appreciate so much Ute cooperation -
for school I the heat-pump, the air conditioner and all the this building program. Everybody is showinga which we have received
accept responsibility
1 other electrical appliances. The toilets are ready beautiful spirit of cooperation.. from your fine Board with regardto
board trustee elections. I
for use. Special gifts to date include a water heater, this matter and we will ad-
i The Nursery Department, both Sunday School contributed by Mr. and Mrs. S. A. Nail an electric vise you as to the findings of this
Junior Cattlemen and'Traini g.'lniQ1'! utilizes two well lighted and refrigerator contributed by, Mr. and Mrs. Paul , soon as possible.
ventilated rooms, one for the bed-babies, and one \Rardin, an electric stove, contributed by the Night '. Very truly yours,
for the older ages. The Beginner Department Circle of the WMS of the Church. Other items of Patricia Batchelor
Meet Tuesday NiteThe large enough to adequately serve all the needs of equipment soon to be brought in by various City Clerk
the their teachers and The individuals. *If wish -
pupils, helpers. spac- you to make a contribution of PBdf[
ious Primary Department will be ready for use any kind or amount, it will be greatly appreciatedand
regular meeting: of the Junior in a few days. The Pastor's Study is well situated, gladly used. .
Cattlemen and Livestock Clubs will being easily entered from the front porch and also It will be in the spring time before the entire
be held Tuesday night, December from the Recreational Room. building will be completed. The Building Committee Belks To Operate
) 19, at the Canal Point Community r i I I The air conditioner, supplying heat for the winter reports that the cost of the completed projectwill .N
and cool air for the summer, is already in op- be somewhat under the estimated $30,000
Center at 7:30 P.-Y., and at the I eration.On cost. Pahokee Airport

Mounts Agricultural Wednesday night, December 20, the annual The public is cordially invited to visit the
Wednesday night, B1I1iding'l Church Christmas Program and Services will be Church, and share in the use of the beautiful and
This meeting will be held, the first part in the Church auditorium, and servicable educational facilities used in the wor- The Palm Beau* County Com-
cuss rules and regulations pertaining j I I the concluding portion. including the. Christmas ship and services of the Lord. mission this. wec c appproed- -- an
to the livestock s how at. the j -- - I i'agreement for a tease operator for

South Florida Fair and Expositionand the Glades Airport At Pahokee.The .
the completion of your record Elks Turkey Shoot Young Gabaldon Special Group To agreementto run for five

books. Record books must be completed Scores At Jr. CollegeVal years with the county sharing pro-

and turned in with your en- 3 Days Next Week Study Four-Laning fits with the operator-nimed
try blanks on or before January 1. .Gabaldon is on the Varsity Frank and Sam Bclk, Claries crop
Plan to attend this meeting sol I[ negative debate team for Palm .4. dusters as the base operators.The .

that any questions concerning your j I[, The Elks Club in Pahokee is t Beach Junior College. He was selected -I I Pahokee City Council appointed I County Commission Monday
record books might! be answered ].[I sponsoring -Turkey Shoot three by the members of the affirmative a "Major Thoroughfares,.Commit appeared,to be making a concerted
.and any questions pertaining to the days next week-Thursday, and negative teams as I effofti:to-see:\ that ihere will be no
I I Fri-I, tee" at the council meeting Monday -
I rules and regulations of the show day, and Saturday, Dec. 21, 22 team captain. The weekend of November unfinished business for the New
: will be discussed. The Lodge didn't have .much success I 19 there was a work shop night with instructions to Year .
Make your plans now to attend I I with their Thanksgiving turkey I at Palm Beach Junior College in 11 I study the" proposed four-lariing inPahokee In a session which lasted all day

this meeting and bring your parents I shoot' and this was contributedto'the which Val and his partner, Donald' and report .back to the long, the board handled a wide va- .
if at all possible. .1: :fact that very little publicity De kin,,won 2 out of 3 debates,,de- I:counciL' rtety: of routine business- -most of
e ** i Tras given the event. The upcoming feating Manatee and Indian 'River I _During,the past couple, oflyear&Ithere it time consuming but strictly un
:shoot is being advertised through Junior Colleges. The weekend of has been a'lot of yow-y wing of the mill actions.
C.R.1VetheringtonBuys .the efforts of a one-man committee December 3, they participated in a I about a proposal to four*lane apart Said"Commiss'oner Pa'il Rarduv

I -Dr. Wilburn C. Young. I. tournament in Gainesville winning I of SR15 (Bacom Point) and Canal, Point,as he viewed. the stack
Funeral HomeC. If you feel luckyand want to 3'' out of 5, defeating Dade County_ US441 (Main Street north from of papers to front of Vice Chairman -
have a little fun just drop by the College, University of South Flor-I Lake Avenue) with proponentsand Lake Lytal who was presiding -
Elks grounds any one of the three ida and Florida State University. opponents making a lot of T11 never make it Borne by
R. Wetherington has acquired afternoons next week and you may .. noise on each side of the contro- sundown today."
full interest and control of the
free of all
win a great big turkey versy.
Williams Wetherington Funeral charges. And, in case you don't Vacation Begins The State Road Departmentmade -sc-----
Home in Pahokee and he along with friends'sothey preliminary from ;
want a turkey, tell your a survey Mayaca GrovesChristmas
Mrs. Wetherington will be the operators -I can win one. the City Park north to Lake Av-
in the future. I I Tuesday Dec.:19thThe back of Bacom Point Road. Mapsof Gifts '
In the transaction full and complete ,
Ten Game Schedule this survey are now on display at
ownership of the Williama- the city hall and may be inspectedby If you are wondering what to
Wetherington Funeral Home in For C. P. Basketeers teachers and students are I any and all folks who are interested send that friend of yours up north
Belle Glade passed into the handsof counting the days until December in the proposal. for Christmas, your worries will be
LeBron Williams and his mother Mr. Threlkeld's basket ball boys 20, when their Christmas Vacation
i I At the council ,meeting Monday over if you visit Mayaca Groves or
Mrs. Gladys Williams. have been practicing for the past begins. Following a two weeks vacation -f night the council voted a bonus or call them on the 'phone. Their
Mr. Wetherington has been :n week at Canal Point School. Eigh- school classes will resume $10 ,to each city employee as Christmas gift packages of oranges
the business for around 15 years. teen boys from the seventh andeighth their regular schedule on January Christmas gift. will'solve your problem. You'll like
He has a wide circle of friends who grades have reported for 2, 1962. the handsome? manner in which the
will be interested to know that he practice. The ..f1r3t.gariieJI have Tuesday afternoon. December 19, Mr. and Mrs. L G. Thompson had shipments are prepared by exper-
has purchased.control of the'Pahokee been planned after the Christmas 'each room will have their Christmas as guests this past week.. Mrs and ienced packers at Mayaca Grovesat
institution. He Is.a member of Holidays. .Coach Threlkeld is ' parties complete with deco Mrs., Joy Cullison of'cash,-Arkan- Port Mayaca. Just call Pahokee

the Pahokee City Council and Pa-. have. .* ten tame.sched-' rated trees, gifts and refresh sas and Mr. and Mrs. Philip CuHi- Phone 9492 and your gift problemwill
hokee Lion Club. ule. ments. 'son of FL'Braggi North Carolina. be ,taken care,of properly.
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Page Two The Everglades News Canal Point Florida Friday.; December 15, lOOt

I I I -'- '''Mr. jLnd Mr3l'R. B.--Simonson and C. Simonson, his, son Dan and! :I+.1.1I
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If .. ... house guests his brother, Richard I C. j

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. 1 David Dixon is the name givento

I: the, eight pound and",four: ounce Monday Cattle Sales
baby son,born to Mr. and'Mrs.Don- .

ald Edward Harrington, December

8,in the They Everglades returned Memorial to their homeat Hospital P': Are; regularly:. held at the, Glades. Liyestodi; ; : : Market

, Port Mayaca, Wednesday from \: which 1$; oY,11.and; oper at f bye more than 120

II the Hospital.; IJ Florida Cat emei.: v

(( The Rarer Bu'$% In Canal Point. Florida_ IiJ IiiJ. You'll enjoy the excellent service you receive here,

at this Market. We effort at all times to givean
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outstanding seryi to and seller. Give usajri'al.
.Christmas.Party; ** _
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; The Pahokee:Assembly Order, oRainbow
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' ) Serving the Lake Okeechobee Farming Region Without : for*Girls*held their annual rt!
k Interruption Every,Week for More Than 30 Years
i Christmas party Monday eveningin SALES EVERY MONDAY AT 1 m.
l I) Established,March/11,_1924. -, Published Every Friday the Masonic Hall, with Katherine p.

I S Rio" %2.00 Year In Advance I Young,. Worthy. Advisor presiding.
Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Bordeaux and
rho e ffl $Entered **the Post Mrs. Perry Hall of the Pahokee Glades LivestockASSOCIATION M fk \

< ,as Second Class Matter
I q ; J Order of Eastern Star, Chapter

184, served refreshments duringthe
social hour.Announcement. '
Publisher On'Pahokee-BeUe Glade Road
was made that :

I : the Eastern Star will honor the Phone WY 678028: George Young, Manager

I II t Woxksjlo: ; Meet I By Garden ClubMrs. Rainbow meeting, December Girls during 28.their regular

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The Canal Point 4-H Girls, Club I Glenn Powell's home in Canal .

members along with their, leaders, Point was the scene Wednesday fi 3lffljjfffi
Mrs. Bruce,Bit'ting Mrs. W. E, ilc- afternoon of the Canal Point Garden

I Call Mrs Elmer Maxson. and Miss Club gift exchange party, with

, .Janette Harrington., ,''Junior leader: Mrs. Floyd Erickson as co-hostess. '
met, at the home.of, Mrs. Elmer Christmas arrangements were 1 11.r
Maxson December; 7. placed at vantage points throughIout

Eight girls and .their leaders the house. ,On the mantle two I '

spent, the afternoon working on jolly fat Ted velvet Santas stood
Phone 511 Pahokee Phone WY 6-2550 Belle Glade IB
their individual projects such as, guard over their reflctions in the I -

clothing, food and.'making Christmas mirror and a white Christmas tree :
decorations. fashioned of toothpicks and '. SALES and SERVICE '!

Another:work-shoe.,meeting was I foam balls decorated with styro.l '

planned, for, Thursday, December 1I ornaments graced the large 'I Heating Air Conditioning Appliances :: .
table. The gaily wrapped, Christmas I
14, directly after, school in the att-

ernoon, to be held. at the hOne of r presents neatly stacked on the floor r Jy, .Y.. l..V.JJ..Y.JjJWJ! i \J.J, v .Y.. v v. .Y.. V V. tI MII-\.V.1 Y I! V.jWPMIfl.\J..ItJ.V.II-\.V.II-\.v.'iI.Y V V .
under the coffee table carried out :
Mrs. Maxson. the theme.. _.
Refreshments were served by
I I The short business session was.I
the leaders to the following mem-
conducted by Mrs. M. C. Carter,
bers: Sandra Jackson, Patrice
the club president. Mrs. Wilson
Hoyle, Pamela Ursary, Lillian i
I gave a report on the Bazaar held
Sims, Maritza Ortego,Martha Mos- -
last month in the Community Hall I /%/
ley, Nancy Harrington and Pcggy '
of $250. "
which showed a profit check this
Bitting., I y/--J r
....' ir Mrs. Evans gave an interestingtalk J
I on the tour through Fairchilds '
Mr. and Mi's. Robert Weeks of \
: Gardens which she took last Thurs
Miami were the weekend guests of day with Mrs. Carter, Mrs. Strin-, LIST Qf ,,

his parents, Mr., and Mrs: J. G. gari, .Mrs. Powell and 'Mrs. ; .

Weeks in Canal. .Point.Classified- .-. EriCk-I
son.Following ..
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gift exchange and social hour was :

Ads enjoyed by all and the hostesses S ,
served refreshments of fruit cake,
home made Christmas cookies, _..}. : that "REDDY" can do

SPARE ROoMs for rent? If you mints, nuts and coffee to 15 mem .

have one;and get In touch.with this bers. J : :: for you ifr'62: .
newspaper insert a $1
ad.'It will get results. All ads Cantata Is Given ..I'I f r f. J
payable in advance.The Everglades +
Nev Canal Point, Fla. By :Pahokee :BaptistsA 3 .
FOR SALE: New,and used Wittyj ;:};Sy
Christmas Cantata, "Love
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:Jeeps. Walter Ashley's Garage
In Belle Glade. Phone'30S& Transcending," by, Peterson wash J

.*v :OoL l1-M-ch. presented Sunday, Dec. 10 in the L r -
First Baptist Church of Pahokeeby Y
U }AR' $OOU''ls sire lilt: "It the Church Choir. Mrs. Guthrie
.t'ff'"f"t- NIcwM. : a o f arm jobs better, easier,
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have a a ye rogli o oar;. Co\vard as director and Mrs. M. P. s M1 n V RE AAY ve: 4 4

rent, why f'T.vffT'not, -ad in* thU w Stanley as pianist. :Miss Patsy cheaper. So make more use of REDDY -the,farmer'!'! toR: <;
column. hd wa ur.' 4p.: : hones '' Keene. as organist and Rev. Col-.
TXI** "** "J.!' : haDdy-helper-to.BaVC labor time and money, and make .
call and.... fl.uu, ( :-'I 1""2'et.1f'1.tob'done.' j ... -'+,.. .I vard as narrator. 3: !
r'solats'-mere':Mrs. Wendell Harris' life more,enjoyable_around your farm aid home.
your S >>SOMJPTIO: ;'pftld-In U* \ li'O > fvt '0.-r "* nt-r.
1.nsS"Ruul Colvard JamesBatchelpT. N:
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; iavance'G71eihdd tt'! : ton go ig
off any trips until you."seJlf Jr., and Lee Shirley.Qthjic } ... on;
$3.00.TUfe tuo megjbfcrq ofr< the. Captata
ngrfce U atlaud.
.',it will (*k Oil td&sOnf pticc oiit'hait I I Choir included: 'Sopranos; ; Mrs. C. Q Elecyic Yard lighting R,,EtecUfc B,\ nq 9 rV, .
L. Shirley,Jr., E.B. Gamble, James
.aiubs dpuOn.s box+o d Mflrtlo'tdJpay' up c&eok your Batchelor C. A. Batchelor, Ear (: Electric. i Barn Yen( \jajin PjS f/ ?, Hay Drying: r;! I

Ifinfc UiaC, I I Copper, W Tillis, Ruth Tillery,
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today to The Everglades' New, WadelHarris; Ralph'Grimes, D Electric Milking D J Electric TcplshopD .
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sic Canal
AA P.a'l
-.:..l1UVMQ ; '-. I I J ammond, R. R. Henderson, Electric Milk Cooling Q Electric Feed Lit ngQ
-ARJi! At n i.qt Thompson :MissesDorothyI&tchekjr ,
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4 7R\ .." } Rebecca GrimeA' .Shirley Electric, Water Pumping 0 Electric Feed Mixing
f'I! !.lilY Kincaid and Patsy, Batchelor.
where to fin: iiat.,', opz. Atos: ]Mrs. C. L. Shirley Sir., Harvey
Send $1.00 and copy; for your ad to Batchelor, Frank Tillis, Lee ,
The Everglades Netrs. Canal Point, Wroten:; Misses Ruth Colvacd andLinda and in your home, too; ? J
JTla., Woofter. Tenors: Kell Hood iD

James Batchelor. Jr., James Bi cn.-I .. Flameless. -- ..." Electric, Range Q. Electric, CtpJhes Dryer ,
Richard Tillis,
: etyr; Sjr. and
near the lake. Phone 1t n 6'poonef .I Grimes, Basses: Lee Shirley; Bob Q nameless Electric Water Heater* q l Electric<< Ref(! se \ !-Freezer

Pahokee 71?8., u. ia9t}. 'Horace Unwin and; JackStanley I rr r *
/ Q Electric Dishwasher Q, Igctncfir Conditioning}
:FOB SALE: Maytag r Gas. Range !_ '..
four large burners: large oven -- -
Mr. and Mrs. Leon French ac
:and broiler 2 storage rampart* ,
companied his sister, Mrs. Le-
by .
ry p2riht
-merits, time clock: Regular ,$298, nom' -
Lanier all of Palm .
used very little! Look new. Less I
Beach were recent guests of the '
than half price.. in, Pa ;
Phone760j Frank Wilson and other friends hiCanal

hokee.-, -I Point.Mr .... >;ago/ ;6) r-f lamei,. ess. L .: '

FOB f! SALE Used. Trucks; and .. .
., ., /rs CHEAPER 7001FLO'RIDA'
and J. S.
Buses. Phone UX in Pahokee. 1 .1.Jrs Chastain.arrWed -
: in Pahokee,last weekend from FARM.
'Dew itch ; '
1 Pine ParkVca,;
; an are:g>nUnar
FOB RENT Rooms. Lucky Star. several days at their home on East HELPING BUILD FLORIDA \,
Dude Ranch Phone 9480. DISPd: ; Main street. I'T RIA

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.' maintain complete protection against: insects while you are


picking and cutting. without 'creating residue problems. '


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Powerful Phosdrin Insecticide gives 'you fast .r' >Pf z :: : t 'lPi :: ;;:'.

knockdown and 'kill of aphids, mites, loopers,

I worms-almost .all destructive pests attacking

: Florida crops. '


Then, unlike most other insecticides, Phosdrin

disappears, leaves no residue.

Read how Phosdrin can save your crop from I

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\ late-season insect damage or\worse, confiscation. .

Check the chart below for the intervals that

apply to your crops. TIe photo left shows a Florida grower applying V of a pound of Phosdrin per acre

to a late-season buil3-up of aphids and mites attacking an 82-acre field of tomatoes.

not controlled, a late-season insect solving with Phosdrin Insecticide. TIle photo on the right shows pickers harvesting the same field the following day.

IF build-up can quickly downgrade Phosdrin is a powerful new phospha'teinsecticide / 'No Phosdrin residue remains to endanger either the pickers or the crop. .,'

make completely unsalable': -vegetable that kills the toughest insects. ....

crops such as tomatoes, beans, potatoes, fast, usually within a few minutes of ap- Hard-tokill.fnsects \ insecticides and fungicides.And Phosdrin ;

peppers, celery, watermelons, eggplantsand plication. However*unlike most other Phosdrin solves other problems too. It offers a wide margin of safety to the foli-

most leafy vegetables.If insecticides, Phosdrin disappears rapidly
and fruit of insecticide-sensitive
controls insects such as cabbage loopersand age crops
after has done leaves residue.That's .
it its
the.infestation is controlled with an job- no
such cucumbers
and lettuce.
aphids that are becoming harder to as
insecticide that leaves excess residue on why Phosdrin can be appliedup
kill with older insecticides. That's
the crop at harvest, the crop subject to to 24 hours from harvest on many Low costDon't
more and Phos
more are making
confiscation under the terms of the Miller crops-up to 72 hours from, harvest on growers be misled by the cost per pound or _
drip an integral of their full-season :
Amendment to Public Law 518. most others. part gallon'of Phosdrin.. /,ttJe/ Phosdrin. goesa

!." NOTE: See table below for the insects program. long way. For example, as little as .Vfcto '.-

Phosdria solves problem Phosdrin .controls and how close to harvest Good mixer Vi of a pound per acre is all it tales:

This is'a problem that many growers are it can be used on your crops. Phosdrin is compatible with most other to control the toughest,insects attacking..'

( : many' vegetables. Dosage Crates seldom '. ::1..

exceed Vi of a pound per acre. In short, :-'

T PHQSDHIN' INSECTICIDE G- WERS' GUIDE ._ :. on a.per acre-basis, Phosdrin is very eco .( ;: ;,

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Beans Aphids Mites Carrots Aphids Mites Melons(Including Aphids Mites :
leafhoppers. Dipterous leafminer(adult). Cantaoupes. Cabbage looper Phosdrin is available from your local insecticide -
Grasshoppers 1 day lgu5 bugs. .Honey-dew Dipterous lulminer(adult), '
Mexican bean beetle Satt-marsh caterpillar 2 days melons Leafhoppers dealer'under many well-known
Leafhoppers Muskmelons Lygus bugs. 1 day
Cabbage looper Watermelons) False chinch bug brand names. It and dust
Beets.Garden Aphids Mites. Cutworm(climbing. ) Stitt'marsh caterpillar
(incl.tops) Cabbage looper. Cutworms(climbing). formulations that are-easy to apply with
Cutworms(dim in&). Grasshoppers
Dipterous leafminer(adult). Celery Aphids Mites. standard application equipment.
False chinch bug 3 days Dipterous Ie.fminer(adult).
Grasshoppers. Lygus bugs 3 days Okra Aphids.Mites. Remember,look for the name Phosdrinon
\ Imported caDbagewornt Salt-marsh caterpillar, Cutworms(climbing: ),
lelfhopper. le.fho ers. Corn earworm. .1 day the label or in the ingredient state -
SaIt.lMrsh caterpillar. Cabbage looper Green stinkbug.
J Velvet ment.
bean caterpillar .
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BroaoLi.: Aphids.Mites. Cucumbers Aphids Mites. Shell Chemical Company,Agricultural ,
Cabbage Cabbage looper. Tomatoes l leafhoppe, 1 day Potatoes Aphids Mites
Chemicals Division
Imported abbegeworm Grasshoppers Grasshoppers 1 dry 55 Marietta Street, :
Leafhoppers. Leafhoppers N.\V. Atlanta 3 .
Salt-marsh caterplhr, 1 day Georgia.Phosdrin. .
Cutworms(climbing), Eggplant Aphids,Mites. .
Dipterous kafminer(adult,). Peppers Grasshoppers 2 days Spinach. Aphids Mites
Grlsshopper. Leafhoppers Cabbage rooper, ,
L'IUS bugs Imported cabbageworm
Brussels Sprouts,. Aphids Mites. lelfhoppers. '4 days '
Lettuce Aphids'Mites. CaahtbMr C5555 looper, Dipterous Ie.fminer(adult). :
Cabbage fir Collards, Imported cabbageworm Cutwonns(climbing). .
Com.earwonn' Kale caterpillar Saht-marsh caterpatar .
CUtworms(d unbini>. -Cutworms(climbing>. 3 days. False chinch bug -- \W/1
Dipterous Idfmlner(adult). DipterouS Ie.fminer:(adult), :
Imported 2..ys. l)1US ucs.
Grasshoppers. Grasshoppers Turnips. Aphids Mites.
....thoppet'. Leafhoppers Turnip Tops Cabbage Ioopet'.
lYIUS burs. .. -- -- Mustard Greens l P Udndrca Dam
marsh CI false 3 dais
False chinch bug 'Onions' 1lnd. ''rhrips. :day Dl Mcaabm iner(Idutf), InsecticideA
GrMft Onions) Cutworms(climbing Gressho per.t. .

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: Page Four .- The Everglades News. Canal Point,.Florida. Friday_ December_ __ 15,19C1- ,:
W. K. (Hank) Aldridge will fly I:' -

I r PERSONAL tNJWS NOTES to home.this Jacksonville week for the to bring Holidays.latter his son Keith part, Keith vri&$$); Thinking About Building? )

u spend thc-next two weeks with hiS.
parents in Pahokee. ;
Mr. and Mrs.'J.H.:Blair of Canal Mr. and Mrs. Roger Jaudon of Mr. and Mrs.. J. E. Clark and For Free Estimates Call -
Point had as their guests last wee j j I Wauchula were the recent luncheon 'Miami ,
i family of accompanied by
her two sons, Claude Giilis of Glen-1 I I guests of his uncle' and aunt, Mr. his mother Mrs. Mytrice Hardageof .

wood, Ga., and Walter Gillis and and Mrs. Wiley Tillis of P&hokee. Jacksonville were the weekend WILEY

,his daughter-in-law. j| Mr. and Mrs. Garry T. Shelby guests of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. TILLIS .
Mr. and Mrs.'J. H. Blair of Ca-' and little daughter, Martha Ann of i
I S. S. Scruggs.. Sr. of Runyon.
nal Point had as their house guests I![West Palm Beach were the weekend Miss Margie Raulerson of Okee- General Building ContractorBox

last week, her sons Claude Giilis 1 guests of her parents. Mr. and
chobee is spending a few days with
and daughter-in-law, Mrs. Emmett I' Mrs. J. S.. Atkins at Pelican Lake. Miss Elinor Brackin bf Pahokee.Mr. : 54 PAHOKEE Ph. 7127

Gillis of Glenwood Ga., and Walter Mrs. Rupert Mock, Mrs. Don and Mrs. Buford Justice of

Gillis of Macon Ga., also her sister. Kepp and Mrs. Sadie Barwick visit- Jupiter visited Mr. and Mrs. E. A. ,

Mrs. W.B.Elam of Glenwood'Ga. ed their father J.. C. Cochran in Tillman and Mr. and Mrs. Jack
Carl Erickson and a friend Billy Naranja over the'weekend. Bush Wednesday evening. PATRONIZE THE ADVERTISERSiMiiHlimn1vin r

Husker of Celo.N. C., arrived here .. .
I Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Robersonof --
Friday for a visit with his brothers -
Mershon, Ga., were Monday
and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Betty Mills Circle '
luncheon guests of his sister, Mr. i lit 1 { M 1111111 i n111 M111111*
Erickson, Mr. and Mrs. Floyd ,
Met At Home
and Mrs. J. L. McCall in. Canal Stanley
Erickson and Mr. and Mrs. Jack
Wilson all of Canal Point.. '
Mr. and Mrs. Lee Shows and The Betty Mills Circle met Tuesday
S. A. Nall of St. Petersburg
children of Jacksonville were the i I i with Mrs. M. P. Stanley. Mrs.
his vacation in Canal
spending Mr. Hank Aldridge Chairman presided LAKE DRIVE-IN
weekend guests of his mother
Point with his wife, Mrs.S.-A. Nail I I
and Mrs. A.: B. Tucker of Bryant. over the business. Mrs. Ernes-
and other members of his family.Mr. Pahoke Pahokee-Belle Glade Road
I to tine Woods was appointed the new
Linda Lee is the name given -
and Mrs:.J. E. Williams and of Mr. and Sunshine Chairman.Mrs. .
young daughter - -
Williams Helen Brown presented a -2 BIG FEATURES -
daughter Miss Velma accompanied Mrs:: L. C. Lombard of Miami.
by Mrs. A. R. OhaBfafn, : program on Missions Your Home SUNDAY-MONDAY-TUL DAI .

all of ,Canal Point, spent the past Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Lee of Belle assisted by Mrs. Colvard.The community SUNDAYMONDAY.Tt1ESDAY'DE:
weekend at Salt Springs near Glade left last Thursday for the Missions project for the DECEMBER 17-18-19 "ALL HANDS ON'"TAMMY
Grand Bahama Islands, where they.
Ocala. month of December is, "Visitingthe .
I plan to make their home. Sick in the Hospitals." TELLDECK"

Mr. and Mrs W. L. Anderson of Refreshments of cake and coffee .
Mr. and Mrs.Roy Vandegrift,Jr., ME TRUE"SANDRA PAT BOONE AND
Canal Point have as their house
served at the beginning of
met their son. Jack, at the AND.
guests her mother, Mrs. Cleon Thurs-' the meeting to fourteen membersand .. DEE ALSO
Beach International Airport -
Wood and niece, Mrs. Ann Hinson
visitor, Mrs. Gene Gore. JOHN GAVIN
Jack is student at
day night. a I,
both of Kershaw, S. C., also her
will be ;held at
January meeting
Bolles Military School in Jackson IN EASTMAN COLOR LAUGHTER"
sister, Mrs.Harlow Sims of Tampa. the home of Mrs. Bill Moss with
ville. He will be'visiting his parents I
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Mrs. Colvard cohostess.
Mrs. Earl Wilson and family throughout the Holidays. I
made a business trio to Miami last I
Mrs. Marvin Cowart motoredto -- .
Saturday evening. I'
I I Jacksonville, Wednesday, to pickup h n

Pvt. Richard Weeks serving inj i j her son, Mike, from Bolles Mil.

the U. S. Army has just completed I itary School. Mike will spend the \
his boot-training in Ft. Jackson, Christmas and New Year Holidays <

S. C. and arrived in Canal Point!!I with his parents in Pahokee.

Friday on a three weeks leave before -
r Mrs. of PahokeeI 4ANJ.
Ray Singletary
being transferred to another'camp
in Texas. I I was the weekend guest of her :: '

mother Mrs. C.W. Connally in Miami '

Mr. and Mrs. R..J. ,Maxson of she was accompanied home'by '' '< .

Canal Point were;joined by her her mother, who is visiting the : 7'. ''<' .... '.f:

brother Mr. and Mrs. Joe Scoggins Singletarys and her son-in-law anddaughter \ "} "1f .

of Lake at Salerno.Worth for a weekend outing I I I tam o in Pahokee.CONCRETE ;Mr. and. :Mrs.'J. S. Chas- ,:: :.:::-..'..(...'" I" Ti ... ..-.-- ..1 ,- .."r'."'. ..'....1:'C

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15,1961 & .It M"'Th Evergld News, Canal Point, Florida .. .- .. :..' ,- Pike Pkiez .

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. pest because of the differences that produce. For example, the descendants ;'; however, area modest number.The

. exist between them. 'of one pair of housefu'es, providing world total of different kinds of

) I We dispersed 50 million to 75 million all survive and reproduce insects is estimated at somewhat

sterile screwworm flies every normally, during a single summer between 625,000 and 900,000. Of all
week for nearly two years over all season from April to August, would animal life on earth it is estimated

;I a of Florida and parts of Georgia and make a total of 191 Sextillion.That's .. l j, 70 to 80 per cent are insects.

Alabama in the eradication pro- 191 followed by 18 zeroes, .... ...

gram. But that particular fly does- or 191 Billion Billion. I :Mrs. Mildred Branyon returaexf

n't bother homes and kitchens nor Our Division of Plant Industryat Friday to her home in Melbourne

picnics and barbecues. To use the Gainesville has pinned and label- after. a visit with her parents, Mr.

, same.method for wiping out houseflies ed 250,000 insects found in Florida. I and Mrs. W. S.. Cross in Canal
would,require dispersal of billions That collection nationally famous I Point.
more, and you can imagine .. .
t -represents 25,000 different i -
what our problems would be contending I species, and they still have several
tfI : W. Wj White, Canal Point School
/ 6x g8d? a f 6:'jy X h34Jf y6y Sr with numbers like that. thousand more insects on hand to j Principal, plans to leave next week
However; scientists be on I I *
[i the trail of housefly eradication may and ,classify and label. for Marian, Ky., for a, visit with
r The different species in Florida. his wife and her parents.SANTA'SCOMING .
the sterile male technique still ap- I I

t pears to be the"basis" for the glimmer i I I -------- ,
d ,I -
1 of hope that appears in a recent i I t t It 1.1 I t I I t t II t I I t I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I t III II I .III III
news report. Current research
n :ix+ Yf4 is being conducted to obtain sterility -

I of males by ,use of chemicals. i
% 4ny ;.,'.,r'ii.. r{ ''Y':
k:? ; V'.r f/j:;zr : : < Mixed with bait to attract the

I males, the chemical renders them

i 1 I sterile. Once that is,accomplished,_ TO
I the cycle of reproduction is interrupted -

1 'i and as time goes on the fly
.t fr ,',.'a I?>, population fades out. TIlE GIfADES

!I Florida again has been the scene
of eradication experiments. Chem-

;\ ical company scientists used selected And Glades Folks are Joyfully Contemplating Families
I IJ I islands in the Florida keys the
Coming Home for hristmas. That NEW HOME will make
past summer-and reduced housefly

JI J\s i population there by 80 per cent. their stay. so much more enjoyable! .
I >I The tests appear to have been

somewhat similar to earlier tests IF' PLANS FOR. A NEW B01\J.E ARE IN YOUR... FUTURE,
r ,. made on wiping out the screwwormon REl\U31BER HOME FINANCING IS EASIER THAN YOU
Sanibel and Captiva Islands off
the West Coast near Ft. Myers.

The population was drastically reduced ,

|i then, reinfestation kept Home Financing Our Specialty

I. f i occuring from the mainland.
Man has been battling .insects
from time immemorial. Many ref- NO\Vf Don't deny yourself and your family the joys of home .
Above are show Mr. and Mrs., Roger Jaudon of Wauchula immediately
following thier wedding ceremony at the First Baptist Church *n eren es to plaques of insects are to ownership any longer about a home financing plan

Wauchula on December 3. The bride is the former\Miss Betty Vinson be found in the Bible. As carriers to fit your needs and budget! '
of Ohio and the groom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Jautton of : of disease they rank with rats and
Wauchula, former residents of Pahokee where Mr. Jaudon was connect i other vermin. Only in modern times
( -1 ed with his brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Wiley Tillis in operation have man's efforts to reduce the
of the Home Town Bakery for many years. The ceremony was menace of- insect pests met with LET YOUR SAVINGS EARN 41/4%
I performed by a former pastor of the First Baptist church in Pahokee, measurable success. It's a constant
the Rev. C. A. Moberg now of Miami.
I battle. In some instances the target .
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,I insect has achieved resistanceto
I over the countryside. When sterile a new "miracle" insecticide and,
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XP.T1G:2' =;;,font males mate with native, fertile females after a temporary reduction in Everglades: Federal
the latter's are infer
;: 1If;, eggs numbers, has recovered and increased .
tile.No new flies result from such a
again to its normal populations 'SAVINGS & LOAN ASSOCIATION
by mating and,thus,the native population ..
I H Ie DoyJ. ". is gradually ;.reduced to the 8AV11fO8 mstmBD uP TO $10,000 BT l"SDJIBAL SAvntaS
CbrrursaIrbNdo vanishing point. I I. AND,LOAN mSt7RANCB CORPORATION .
,, or-even greatly reduce -
It took 20 more of
some or
years I I in numbers some insect pests to s. w. AVE. "B" BELLE GLADE PHONE WY 1-tU7
research and field
CMp rlmMtl&dQ experimentation ./I is quite an undertaking when you
trials to out the theory on!
which this prove technique was based. i consider how:;fast many insects re- 4_ 1I111I11I : II : t II,! : II : I I : : : 1II11I1 : : I : I I : III I-
In latest to I
our prevent
But it was proved and Florida got
screwworms from invading Florida rid of -
screwworms. ,
I t\ift8\ir/g\fos\if/itfr. Yfl7it I
again and getting another foothold, !<
that could menace the livestocck
After the astonishing success of I
industry in the entire Southeast,
M we have had to resort once more the screwworm eradication program -

to the sterile male technique which for Florida and the South- Williams-Wetherington Funeral Home
east, in which Florida shared the ;
worked so well in the eradication r
of 195859. cost with USDA, many people have :* s .
program asked me why the same thing of Pahokee, Fla. '
By this method, screwworm
couldn't be done with the common

flies are made sterile by submit I housefly. It was a good question.I _. Is Now V .
ting the pupae to radiation from But they didn't realize that indi- H 1. 4 *

Cobalt-60, and distributing the vidual methods of eradication have ."

factory-produced flies from planes to be, developed for each type of 1 I *** Wetherington Funeral Home '. > .

I This is notice that we have purchased the interest of LeBrqn

I Ii Williams and Mrs. Gladys Williams in the JVttHains-Wetheringtonr i
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TttRKBSHOOT i : "- i 4 t Funeral Home in Pahokee. In the future the Home will owned and ii;;: ;',
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operated exclusively by us. ,It is our. .hope v.nd'desireito'; reader.. : the.:' ;iH( -
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,fin service possible to the people of Pahokee i and the;Glades tUeL' '


f We speak for both ourselves and Mr. and Mrs. Williams. saying .'

; I that we are deeply appreciative of the opportunity of serving you,

in the<<:past, and we want to pledge you that you will receive the same

J AT THE fine service from us in the future. We are very.conspicious of the responsibility

\ resting in serving and will of OUr
upon us you, assure you

Pahokee Elks Club best at. all times. .

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C. R. Wetherington Mrs. Doris Wetherington

THURSDAY -FRIDAY SATURDAY Licensed Funeral. Director : V-v-. .

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f Page Six The'Everglades News, Canal Point Florida' Friday December 15,1961
T -
, t I"tittei' th 'speech, "and night llritdjnfght' 'TJower of God 'are correlative passages
th-knowledge. There*iano 'from "Science and. 'Health
'i speech'nor' language. where :wlth! Key 'tQ the .Sc pt.res", ?Jy
1 t 'heJ tL t The Mary 'Baker 'Eddy which includep.
law!of'theLOr&fs*perfect, convert ( 272):' "Gpd is 'the 'divine "Prin
Ting the'soul: the 'testimony 6f'the' ciple of all that represents Him'and

'Lord is'sure,'making wise the sum. of all that really exists."'
ple. The statutes of the Lord are' .

:right, rejoicing the heart: the com Mrs. M. P. Stanley has returnedto
mandment of the Lord is pure enlightening her home in Pahokee after being '

the eyes." II j the guest of her parents, Mr. and

1 I Also pointing up me supreme!t Mrs. Peigler in Lumpkins, Ga.

,First Methodist ; 'mt Church Of GocT, I" -

Church, Pahokee 'Baptist ChurchRev. I Barfield HighwayPahokee jY l irrSC/S ritt/ fl I

'.JJr Rev. T. C.'O'S Peen Charles
SUNDAY: D. Stewart, Pastor Fla.
Church p SUNDAY: J. W. Hughes: Minister .
9:45 a. m.- School (
9:45 a. m.-Sunday School 'Phone 3736
11:00 a. m.-Morning Worship '11:00 "a, m. 3 6rnb% Worship SUNDAY: WANTED (
,645 p., m.-7MYF
i mi Training Union
7:45 p. -: 9:45 a. m.Sunday School
m.--Evening Worship
7a30 p. m.-Evening Worship ., 11:00
TUESDAY. : a. m.-Morning Worship
7:00 p. m.-Vesper Choir practice WEDNESDAY: I 7:30 p. m. -Evangelistic Ser-
7:30 m.-PraYer : ORANGE
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7:45 p. m.-Mid-week devotions The Methodist Church L-2.:: m.-Prayer ServicerNURSDAY I

8:30 p.tice.Canal m.. -Senior Choir prac- Canal Point, FloridaRobert 1:30in.: :. Youth for Christ fiOtJSlNG AVAILABLE, FOR I ,
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Point First A. Shelley, Pastor -Service.J _. SINGLE MALES (
SUNDAY: :1aScience I
Church .
Baptist .
10:00 a. m.Church School .
J 11:00'a. HHHHHHHWBessemer- I .
m.-Morning Worship Group Of Canal Point: '
Elder R.E.Barfield 630 p. m.-Youth Fellowship -- "

SUNDAY: 7:80 p. m.,Evening Worship "Is the Universe, Including Man, .
10:00: a.m.-Sunday School MONDAY: Evolved by Atomic Force?"is the
11:00 a.. m.- Morning Worahlp7iOO 315p. m.-Youth Choir practice subject of the Lesson-Sermon to
: p. m. "B,T. C. TUESDAY 'be heard 'Sunday '''at Christian Science -
8:00'p.: :m. Evening Worship 8:00 p. 'm. Woman's'Society1st churches.
WEDNDESDAY: Tuesday 'Opening the Scriptural readingswill Pahokee Phone 584

7:30 p. m.-Midweek Prayer 2nd MONDAY: be this passage from Pslam
Service 7:80 p.IB.Esther Class meeting 19: '"The heavens declare the glory
2nd and 4th TUESDAYS: t I WEDNESDAY: of God; and the ,firmament show-
7:30 p. .-Ladles Auxiliary 7:30 p. m.-Prayer Meeting I I eth his handywork. Day unto day iV a K* "
: Meeting.
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Pahokeef .
Church, I .5- i\

Guthrie W. Colvard, Minister i S ,
Sunday School -. 9:45 a. m. -- .
Morning'Worship -11:00: a. m. I

Tralnirlg'UnionS:30p.: m. Christ
nas Gift Problems?
Evening Wednesday Worship, Prayer- 7:30 p. m. .

Service 7:30 p. m.
A warm welcome to alL
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Publicized; : MeetingMrs.
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t YouShaUHear ., Churches In State ,. -
TALLAHASSEE The Florida, The Canal Point 4-H Club had a M. C. Carter of Port 'May-

t Development Commission says the meeting Thursday December 7, in aca, was hostess at the December

Mrs. Robert Bendixen and a revised program of advertising for: (iiJl( tFJ.lOO2) ; the school auditorium. Pamela Urs- meeting- of the lone Patterson Circle :

I friend, Mrs. Beulcih Jensen, both of its tourist welcome stations' ihas sary led the devotions. Sylvia Martin -I of the Canal. Point Baptist
i Lake Charles, La., spent the week been most successful.The Shirley. Trett and Josephine WMU J.londay.afternoon.. Mrs. J.
of 250
'I A proposed goal new Baptist -
with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. commission said it is getting Young led the group In Christmas D. Latham presided over the business
,Churches ,and missions Florida
H Blair in Canal Point and left! five times as much advertisingfrom songs. session.
during 1962 will be, presented i
Saturday fpr their home. Ij j jEnroute the new program for almost the Florida Baptist Convention;in j Vicki Haggins! and Jo Anne 1lrs.V.. S, Evans gave the de-

j home they had to stop the same amount,of money_And it lum- Parker volunteered to give demonstrations votional taken from the 95 Chapter
Orlando November
I to change a.flat tire, and about! his. already increased, the? crop of, dred of these are expected 14.11.One, to bo at the next Meeting. The of the book of Psalms, followed by

three miles out of Quincy on Highway tourists stopping by the welcome Club divided into two teams, competing a'prayer led by M, C. B. Jones.
started .in the month, of May.
I U. S. 90 their car was attacked stations- for free orange juice road 'This is our convention's answer for 4-H projects completed Mrs. W. S. Evaiiij presented the

: buck deer. Before :maps and other Florida information and activities. the last two
I by a large they to the expected, fifty percent, In- participation in..Club program qn chapters:
drive he turned and by 20 per cent. Stephanie.Gingery and of the book "Hands
t Could on ran brease in population in state, : Josephine'Young study course, ,
r head on into the side of the hood Roger Stake, head of the commission's this ourf the statement were. ,elected_team captainslMiss : Across the Sea;' assisted by Mrs
I It during; decade: was ; 1
t several times until he was too stunned tourist division said they Maguire;/execrl; : Lo Pinto directed the group' in J, :D. Latham.
t I' to continue and fell by the road I are using a picture of Gov. Farris tiye secretary of,Dr-t? of cbnven.tfon; ,to|;;, .,'p"t L .Yfrii'IiWt.iaS'. f in''s: f- 'I I January meetin; will be held, at ....

sTde. Bryant, on,billboards,with success.; the planning session of the State -Jo'Xiine* Parker.} home,of Mrs. Faul Rardin with
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I :A motorist and ,Visitors s eingthe picture over the ; Mrs. J D
passing stopped ,I Board of Reporter. t Latham. in charge of
I I sign ufe like they've got person.. '" Missions.! ; _..LJ..?fL"f f**
killed".the deer and helped them to "Mother Mon the..P1'9 m,
in is .
invitation May" '""
i al from the governor
get their car to a garage in Quincy. ths will ,Following the program refreshments .
Stake announced. the slogan t, bemused in:connection iIJQAtiIJg.S1o&; :
Early Sunday morning they were with the concentratedrive ; ,were served. the. h
on the road again and,arrived inbake to hundred' Be, Studied*In State eleven members.
start one
: newmissions .
Charles that about 10 .tf. .4.- .
night and
RolltinePEograilPahokeePTA churches that month;

o'clock: The car: is'in the shop getting'a and it isexpecterffthat: an.additiph- I .,TALLAHASSEE' ."trY-State. Conservation %yzFs. GUESTS,

new fender ,and.''hood. Meet 'aif one hundred f&ty new churches, ., Director Randolph Hodges Mr. and Mrs. Robert Weeks ot

and missions will be started during :-i plans to establish a special division Miami were weekend guests of his

Four Circles Hold the other eleven months of I'of the agency to inform and edu- parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Weeksin

diis.! S.t o.u h'Ifp..OJL; +No_. t 2'-1 a 0 p.m:. '1962_ This is,conventions the greatest! : undertaking .}'"* tcate,the.puhliaon.boating safety. Canal Point.. Sunday guests of
Regular Meetings ed the Pahokee Parent'Teacher As- m our history the
I The new boating safety division Weeks, included Mr. and Mrs.

f sociation meeting Monday*evening, vMaguire,said.Surveys will be part of an over-all top-to- Joe Calhoun and daughter, Miss
Four'Circles of the Pahokee Bap with the Flag Ceremony' followed I have been made in every bottom reorganization planned by Frances Ruth of Miami; Mr. and

tist Womans Missionary Union I I by two Scout songs. county in Florida, by the convention's ;7in- |the, director who took over the job Mrs. Joe Guerry, Jr., and, family,

p met this, week for their annual James' Harry Wilkinson president fifteen field secretaries July 1. Hodges hopes to have the Mr. and -Mrs. Walter McCarty and

Christmas programs. presided< over the short bus- cooperation with local'missions whole plan ready for submission to children all of Belle Glade; Robert

Each circle met separately.' ,iness session. committees. Total goals by areas the Cabinet Board of Conservation Barnes of Lake Worth; Mrs. Net

The Lottie Moon Circle met i The program, a Christmas play actually; exceed the over-all goal. "by Jan.:'1.Hodges. tie Barnes of South Bay and Mrs.

Tuesday at the home of Mrs. Billy I entitled "Symbols of Christmas" Emphasis will be given to new said he will not hire any Marvin Miller of Canal Point; also
missions that will
Sheffield. The Christmas Story was I was, presented by' the students of churches new new personnel for the boating safe. Mrs. Juanita Lockmiller and

I presented in the form of a program I the fourth grade of the Pahokee become churches branch Sunday ty division which will be composed I daughters house guests of.her par-
with Mrs. Sheffield in charge as- Elementary School, directed by ,schools missions, in institutions, I
; of four employees working full- .: ents, and her son Pvt. Richard
sisted by Mrs. F.. H. Gillis Mrs. their teachers, Mrs. Beulah Hoe and' and industrial plants. asso- time on this one project. j, Weeks of the U S. Army.
Marvin Crady and Mrs. Joe Thomp Mrs. Imogene Scott, assisted by ciation will also major on missions_ I i iI

,Miss Ellen and churches to minister to the I __
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'During the social hour the mem-: It was announced schools will great, influx: of Spanish speaking. I,

o bers enjoyed- gift exchange party. close on December 19, for Christ- people in that area.

Afterwards they showered Mrs. mas Holidays and would reopen on It is expected that the Florida
Convention which meets in
Verla O'Neal with a surprise January 2. I Baptist

Christmas Gift Shower. Refreshments Room count award was won by the First, Baptist Church Orlando,

were served by-the hostessto Mrs* Boe's fourth grade and R. 0., will give enthusiastic support to
this plan. This is a. part, of the
14 members and 'Mrs.
one guest : ,
Southern Baptist Convention's
Verla O'Neal Church secretary.The proposal "
Grace Jernigan Circle met .'Thompson and her hospitality com- to start,30,000 new missionsand :
churches between 1956 and
at the home of Mrs. E. B. Gamble mittee. wY4

Tuesday. Miss Jane Plumer presided 1964. -, l. VA q i4 M's =a
The convention will be presided +"P Y 4'rY"-
over the business in the absenceof
I over:; by Dr. J. Ollie Edmunds president -
Mrs. H. C. Graham. Mrs. Mary Children's Party
of Stetson,University! who isalso ,
Hammond presented the program '
,PahokeeBaptists the Florida Bap
president of
on "Missions in Your Home Min
tise Convention.
istering to International Students." .
Mrs. Bob Henderson The Children's Christmas Program
reported on
the. gift selected for the Children's of the First Baptist Churchof West Co.ast'fants..YS411 .
Home. Pahokee" will be presented on '
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20 !. 7J Axw'
Following the program the circle Wednesday evening December : a
members enjoyed a social hour and at 7:00 p.: m. by the members pi,
; SARASOTA-An effort, to organize -
I the Beginner and
refreshments.The ; Primary Juniors
Faye Taylor Circle met Intermediate choirs.of the church <<: the entire west, coast" of I I II > Ei

under the direction of Mrs. Guth- Florida from Finellas and< Hills
Tuesday at the home of Mrs. C. E. I
I rie Colvard assisted, the choir .borough.Counties south to back the
Williams, assisted by Mrs. June ; by t9'y
qy'wid n S. 41 to Miami 1ftw ;
Parker and Mrs. Ray Hawk, Jr. sponsors.The
E Mrs. Todd gave, the devotionals theme "The Heart of. underway.. 1 -
mas" will be presented Christ-I Early' Wynn former baseball 1
taken from the. Book of Luke, on I
Christmas. Mrs./ Ed Culberson reported pageantry. The fpllowing pitcher, was. named: temporary

on Children,Home and described people will take.part, in,the.scenes:]j,I chairman of the "Widen. 41' committee '!" .

the gift chosen to be sent Jessie Ann Sheffield and, Rodger at a meeting of the Sarasota the word.apl
Chamber t '
.Hunter will, portray and of Commerce. say :
from this circle. Mary; ,.. '
; "We are, going to try and gain ,
k During the social hour, the group! Joseph, The Shepards are: Greg
I''Grimes: David, Hillier, and ,Carl recognition to secure, a good road: '
enjoyed gift exchange party:: and 1 .
delicious refreshments were served' O'Neal'The. Wise,Men: Bill :Moss,, ourselves' ," Wynn said.'He stated { suddenly 1Di( $t Wg: .,
by the hostess. Three guesls were I Jr., Richard Batchelor, and.FrankTilUs the. AAA and;oil'companies are, .
routing tourist traffic around thesection
present Mrs. Marion Ogle Mrs. Jr. ..-
Thomas Perry and Mrs. Guthrie The.following,willbe.instrumentalists ;of. narrow U. s. 4X: from .

Colvard. for the program:, Mr3. Sarasota south.:

James Batchelor, Mrs Ruth 'Col. Efforts will be*'made;to.convince JOtti THE PAYROLL SAVINGS WAN "4 '

yard 'Miss,Rebecca, primes and ,the. State Road' Department" the ,. -,': ; .. J
Unemployment Is Mrs, Bill Moss. Mrs. Horace Unwin fo -lanII g 'of:U. S. "41 is a meat.

Down In Florida is Narrator. 'project Q!the future.CLASSIFIED. WHERE YOU WORK t:.

Tallahassee-Florida, unemploy +
I ADS It takes' only little words to 8tarjfeyAU.oa.a: '
in October dropped for the third' MentalHealthToGet seven s > : ".
of automatic eying ut the
straight month. State Industrial'I program 'Pr me on
Commission Chairman A. FinancesAVON Payroll Savings Plan!1'" Whatte morel: ydi cfori'fc

Brown saidthe month Worley have to go far to say theI Joet;,shy tt i toyoaremployer.
was seven PARK-Two state agencies He'll do all tfte. work :. set fialde, the
thousand below the September fig plan to seek from the
a grant amount you choose frqmjyoui) >y! checkana< deliver -
j tire.But National Institute of Mental Health when raulatecl
your Bonds, you'v ac ezjpughford
Brown said unemploymentin tp financed treatment prpgram for.: TiE TAXES. DIRECTLY,BY I 1:
the state was still considerably alcoholic criminals. :. R.CRIOA'S.MSITORS LAST.'{EAR, purchase;

above the October 1960 level, of Officials :of the fiPPROXIMATED'eoooaa.goor The Bonds 'you buy now pay 3%% interest to; ':. ,
I PrpbationrParple -
J TA S'1g'AOOUTr. maturity-and keep earning for '10, years after
94,600. The October 1961 '
figure Commission and the
.AlcohplUi,I 13.6%.OF THE '
reached 112,500! Rehabilitation ,Program hVvc TOTTU.TAXESCOLLECTED maturity. .
The improvement in Florida employment agreed, to set up a pilot-program;- q. .. So, say the word. Sign up now ----"

was due to the approaching covering several years for treatment BY THE 5TM"E! 7:4XGvl to,buy Bonds regularly where r 4*

tourist and-holiday seasons increase ,of. probationers and parolees .yoU'work through the Payroll '
in citrus activity and the whose alcohol problems contributed ''I Savings Plan. -

continued:hiring. of; school person.. to their crimes. I

nel in October. Joblessness should Ernest A. Shepherd, administrator I J

continue to decline but the trend of the rehabilitation program, t1Ee17iIEM'
You than withSj.S. ,
save more money
will'be somewhat '
offset by seasonal the specialized treatment serVice :

job seekers from other states. would be added to one or more ....

coming to Florida during the wint of the program's existing facilities. 'i Bands
I t'I17H.j I Savings .
er. Brown predicted. The I program has out-patient P ?; ;
-La. clinics in Miami ,
Tampa, Jacksonville -
CLASSIFIED ADS and Pensacola and $ FIOROA TOURISM! ,_-,The u.s. Government doe Hot pay for this Ilf1m ..-
an inpatient :
.t Te. Treasury Department ,thank, for. their paSrsos
PAY BIG DIVIDENDS 'hospital at-Avon Park. I ;: 5Ef.gWG COMMITTED i i ;
donation' .The Advertising Counml adI


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. Page JCIPt, Everglades NeRS.CaFU1PontF7lorida Friday, December 15, 1961
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Blinker Light
TrailwaysOffrr : Patients remaining In the hospital Mrs. Ida Butler, a patient in the Dec. 7, five members of the Canal

Belle. Glade Spot through December 13 are: Oliver St. Marys Hospital in West Palm Point Garden Club visitedr'alr-

A NewBus Service Hatfield, Mrs. Vivian Stamps, Lar; Beach, is slowly regaining her childs Garden in Miami, those at-
A blinker light will be installedat ry Waits, Marvin ,Cowart and E1 health. If she continues to improve. tening were Mrs. C. B. Strlngari,
the intersection of SR15 and;don Crofton all of. Pahokee; Will- as she,is now, her family hopes to Mrs. Glenn Powell, Mrs. \V. S.
Florida-abound: vacationers will .Airport Road at Belle Glade ac iam McKinley and Mrs. Veronica,have her home with them for Evans, Mrs. Floyd Ericks. n and.

be able to add a new inter-city bus cording: to information received Harrington and baby,. all of Canal I Christmas. 'Mrs. M.: C. Carter..

route to their choice of ways to get from the State Road Department I Point; Clifford Anderson, Ft. My-I. .- ., .... -

to the Sunshine State this winter, in Fort Lauderdale. County Commissioner -ers; ''J. c Tucker, Pelican Lake; Mrs.4J. lL-"Mill'er returned Sun- Mr. and Mrs. J. V. Thomas, Jr.,
as well as have their pick of severalnew Paul Rardin had asked and Mrs Minnie Letson, Indian- home in Canal Point following and daughter Terri of Pahokeewere
low-cost package tours. the SRD for a stop and go light at town. I
.... a visit in :Miami with her : weekend guests of her parents -
Effective Tuesday, December 12, this muc -used corner but this request -
son-in-law and daughter, Mr. aid Mr. and Mrs. Joe Kelly in Ft.
the Trailways Bus System offers a was refused by..the road de- Foot Ball f .
I Mrs. I..C. Lombardand daughters. Pierce.
more direct service between New partment, saying that present,traffic .
York and Miami via Canal Point,] does not justify it. Held Last Friday

Pahokee and Belle Glade. Four II -
U..H"111-'H-I-"I-H"H'i'H--' -! --HIII- I I
trips daily are scheduled for no- BACK HOME TO INDIANAMrs. The annual foot ball banquet was I .

change, through service to Jack- Iva LaTell and Airs. Flora held in the Pahokee school cafe -
sonville and Miami by'way of Or- FOR SALENew H
Faurst of Plainville, Ind., left Canal teria last Friday night with Ft.
East Florida
lando over a new
Point Wednesday of last week for Pierce High School Athletic Director -

route. I their home, following a visit herewith ,Hunk Slay as the speaker. Lions
3-Bedroom '
Other Florida ..cities to be served I 2-Bath Homes
the Maxson Families. They ,
clubs from Canal Point, Pahokee,
by the route include St. Augustine,
were accompanied to St. Petersburg Belle 'were
and South Bay
Sanford, DeLand, Hollywood
Lauderdale. Time for by Mrs. :Mamie Maxson and hosts to the .Pahokee and Belle
Fort savings I
the all will be the guests for a week of Glade foot ball squads.A eLuM
Trailways passengers on new
their niece and husband the Pone ROYAL NOR '
route are expected to be about 4& delicious dinner was served by
McDonalds after which the guests Mrs. Stanley and her assistants in

hours.The eastern route, after touching from Indiana will leave for their the cafeteria. Paul Rardin acted as I Phone 7712 -:--' Blanton & Unwin I II

historic St. Augustine below Jacksonville home and Mrs.* Maxson will returnto master of ,ceremonies for, the evening -
Canal ,
cuts through the Citrus 1 I : J : : J J J J J : J : : : : t t 111 1 t : : : : t : J J : : : J : : : : : : t : : : : : : : : :
fruit country and the''rich agricul-

tural "middle" of Florida, parallels
the eastern bank of Lake Okeechobee -I

and then moves to the Atlantic
Coast at Fort Lauderdale. Direct STARTING TUESDAY, DECEMBER 12, 1961
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connections are also provided for

West Palm Beach. ,
Major cities served by the new .

Florida route include Washington, TRAILWAYS I : EH

Baltimore, Richmond, Raleigh,I
Charlotte and Augusta. Connecting
will also be available from .
service I
_Norfolk, Philadelphia and Boston. Express Route and Thru Service

Trailways officials anticipate the: I BETWEEN .
Southern trek this winter to include -

many students, young mar- ,
ried couples and retired people be-

cause of traditionally low bus fares NEW YORK MIAMI'
and special excursion rates in effect ,

from many northern points. ,.
Equipment in use on the Floridarun I I

Ride will coaches be General with complete Motors lava Air'I :. Serving Canal Point and Central Florida Points on '.i

tory facilities, air-conditioning, re- ,'. '

clining seats, individual reading win- : all, Schedules in Both Directions i::
lights and wide scenery-level

dows. Stopover arrangements at l .. '. J
the can be arranged ', .'
cities along way
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in advance for passengers who ': ./ ,:; A ; .::7.:

may wish to break up their trips, ,. I.. -, .'.

according to Trailways. I l 1:. .. ': .
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Lanham Talks To '. "

Canal Point Lions ."r- -" .

G. L. Lanham of Canal Point, \ .

new Civil Defense Chairman for the ,
Canal Point District was guest I

speaker at the local Lions Club

meeting Monday evening. He was I I, .

introduced by A. R. Harrington ,I

chairman. J. G. Weeks I ., I
program I l 1 1
i 1
presided over the business meeting.I 1 1 a [IH 1

G. L. (Gil) Lanham showed a J w it
1 ,
film on how the People of Honolulu + r
handled the Civil Defense program, I

and also talked on the necessity of

this program in this area, also the ,

part the Lions Club can play in this

program. .... ..

The club decided to promote a .. ... ... w....... .
'''' '' '. ,
scrap iron drive project and James "'
Gibson was appointed chairman of VIA '
this project along with Joe Cherry ..

and,Arnold Scruggs..The proceeds JACKSONVILLERALEIGH .
from the sale of the scrap iron will .

be used on improvements of the I =,..,. 4i '. ,.::
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Lake Side Park.' : .1I : '
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Junior Choir Will : ---

Sing Carols Friday/ .and you'll find It' the WASHINGTON

The :Junior Choir of the Canal BALTIMORE k
Point Baptist Church will'go Carol- easiest travel on earth. .

ing Friday, December 22, at 7:00 .
p. m., accompanied by :Mrs. Alma :1
The nationwide Trailways Bus New' coaches with airfoam
Choir director along with .
Burr; .
System now offers this new contour reclining seats, vista- :
:Mrs. Paul Rardin, pianist, Mr.
and Mrs. James Gifford and.,.Mr.I and faster express route between view windowsand complete New Thru Express Service :::1 ;

and Mrs.'Edward Cowart.The tour New York and Miami restrooms make this' the From L anal Point;to: OneWayNEW ',', 1 .

will include the Everglades Memorial .serving enroute Canal Point, easiest tave1on, earth for all YORK $36.90 '. 1 i

Hospital in Pahokee. Ft. Lauderdale, Orlando and 'the family. For complete information The only Thru serviceWASHINGTON :', t.

Completing the caroling tour the Jacksonville. Service to New call your local $33.20 "

carolors and,directors will stop by York IS by a choice of routes. Trailways Terminal. Tfce.only Thru service .- '
the Charles Maxson home for re- I'

freshments. S $Alpby rlt1liilT l m..b".If'iSi i Shfpmvtt*Ittvi en lht"- lZtbuiH=erMysty.JACKSONVILLE. .- $ 7.70'.:
... --- 4 Thru trips daily .

Mrs., Eustia Blackwell of Canal 4 Thru trip dally .f
Point spent several days this weekin .-. TRAILWAYS.easiest (plus tax).

the'Watson CUnlc'ln Lat; ':.3 take .
She has been ill for several weeks .. !
with asthma:,and-. -N J M. C. CAJtTBt, AG NT HKHtZ. TO9
was hospitalised "
-v.. l ; travel. earth -4 ;
twice dUitDi'tIWI: Ut 1e.; :' 7?: ., ., on. ... ..'..' .
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