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 7, 1962
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Newspapers -- Canal Point (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Belle Glade (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Palm Beach County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
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United States -- Florida -- Palm Beach -- Canal Point
United States -- Florida -- Palm Beach -- Belle Glade
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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>.
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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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Earn More: Cash To Monday, Dec. 10 Set I Keens Building ANew Eugene Stacy Lions Local PTA Group

For Circle. ,MeetingThe I Student Member, C. P. .

Modernize SchoolA Trailer ParkThe Hears James Vann
meeting of the Eugene Stacy son of Mr.and
lone Patterson Circle of the Canal Mrs. J. D. Stacy of Bryant, was --
profit of $115.00 was realized Point Baptist Church will be held Canal Point area is to havea inducted as the student member of James W. Vann was guest
from the turkey dinner which was II in the recreation room of the church I new and modern trailer park in the Canal Point Lions club at the
speaker at the
served at the Canal Point Com- Monday December, ,10, at 3 p. the immediate future. Mr. and weekly meeting Monday night meeting Monday
munity Building on Tuesday to a m. Mrs. W. S. Evans will presentthe Mrs. M. I. Keen purchased three Young Stacy is a Senior at Pa- night..of, the Canal Point Parent-

group who were attending the last half of the mission study acres of muckland on the strip hokee High School. Youngsters for Teacher' Association held in the
field day at the USDA Sugar book "New Frontiers in an Old from the U.S. Sugar; Corp., and student member honors are chosen school; cafetorium, with the president
Cane Breeding Station,, by mothersof World", and Mrs. J. L. McCall will have started construction of the by the faculty of Pahokee ,.Mrs: -W, E:: 1.cCaIJ".presiding.Mr. .
the Canal Point School. : serve refreshments during the park. -r High School. .. Vann who was introducedby
I These mothers who are working social hour.Field Mr. Keen said that clearancehas W., E. McCall in the absence of
with the Canal Point Parents- I _. been okehed on the first -- -+f- the program chairman. Bruce Bit-

r) Teachers Association to complete- eight trailer, spots by; the Health 6,471 Persons Get"I ting, spoke on "Americanism vs.
i ly air-condition the school, wish Day Draws Department and just as soon as Communism". He explained why
ff to thank Joe Hatton for donating other items are worked out according this course, which will be taughtin
the corn; Unity Farms for the to state health laws an- 'Florida Welfare the Florida schools during the
beans, celery, radishes, cucumbersand 100 To Cane StationMore other clearance will be sought for I I second semester, should be offer-
peppers; Mrs. Jess Elliott 0 an additional'42 trailers. ed to students, and showed the
I president, of the Pahokee Garden The Keens plan to beautify the j Reverend Paul M. Cassen of necessity for such a course '
Club, ,for the table arrangements, than 100 folks attended a plot on which the trailers will be I District 10 Welfare Board of the Mrs McCall opened the meetingby -
and the teachers and mothers for field day at the U. S. Sugar Canes t ;located. The plot of ground is ;, State Department of Public Wel- leading the group in the flag
their time and efforts in makingthe Testing Station in Canal Point j t immediately:south of the Pure Oil fare, reported that in Palm Beach salute. The devotionals and prayer
dinner such an outstandingsuccess. Tuesday according to Bascom j Station in Canal Point and is located County 6,471 persons were assisted were given by Elder R. E. Barfield.
I Belcher... A dutch treat was en-', in the Pahokee city limits. in the four categories of public pastor of the First Missionary
.( Mrs. James Gibson, spokesman joyed at Community Building Present plans call for extension of assistance for the month of November Baptist Church.
for the mothers, also has announced at the noon hour. the water main from the Shirley 1962. Mrs. W. E. Blackwell announced -
that on December 15, member The growers were divided into Plant to the news park. A total of 1,949 persons receivedOld that four air-conditioners have
j of the eighth grade of the Canal five groups and were taken on I Age Assistance in the amountof been installed at the Canal Point
Point School under the direction tours of the station and heard in-
$88,669. 107 persons received School. '
i t of their teacher James T. Threlk- formative talks by station per- I Post Masters In Aid to the Blind, totaling $6,621. It was also announced thata
eld, will have car wash day. The sonnel. 1,015 families, representing 3,253 tape recorder would be purchasedfor
place of the car wash will be an- Personnel taking part in the lec- i j children, received Aid to Dependent the use of the school.
nounced next week. tures were: Edwin R. Rice, Carl O.Grassl Canal Point Meet I .
Children in the amount of $64- The room count was won by
Four air-conditioners have already Preston H. Dunckleman, i i!I 817. 374 persons received Aid to Mrs. A. R. Harrington's seventh

been inst1..l1edo' the Canal. James R. Gifford, Bascom.Belcher.t Postmaster I. the fourth {I the Disabled in the amount of grade.. ......
Point School through the efforts Following the lunch at the com- JDisJtrict ;j I 21460. .. F Mrs. Alfred Kahn, who teaehes -S
1 of Florida met at the Com- ,
the heard 1 I
of the mothers and a fifth munity building, group I }
group I I I I In addition 364 children received the sixth grade was introducedas
in Canal Point
:munity Building
brief talks Dr. I. E. of j
unit is being donated by the Canal by Stokes j
Sunday for their quarterly meet- I service during the month, 218 of the new member of the facultyby
Point Lions Club.Woman's the agriculture department'sBeltsville It covered dish lunch- :I|I whom were in foster homes, The Principal W. W. White.
ing. was a
Md. station Dr. W. T.
; I total state and local'cost for these Hostesses during the social
eon with Mrs. Edythe Smith, local I
Forsee Jr. of the Experiment
host. !j i, child welfare services was $10- social hour were Mrs. W. E. Mc-
Station Belle Glade and postmaster as
Club Sells I II ,
Ferdinand LeGrant cane Mrs. Katherine Kirk postmasterof 736.55. Call and Mrs. A. C. Hitchcock
agronomist at the sugar experiment Goodland, presided at the busi- There were 5 adoption petitions who were assisted by Mrs. Robert
studied for the Circuit Court. Arrieta..
Christmas SealsThe station. ness session.
i Glades' sugar cane growers Mrs. Edythe Smith host postmaster These are children placed in homes .
welcomed the group to independent of service througha
were represented almost 100 percent
Pahokee Woman's Club and Belcher announced thata Canal Point. The response 'was licensed child placing agency, County Engineer
through the efforts of its members tour of Louisiana growers wouldbe given by Robert West of Stuart.A and the Welfare Board is respon-
is sponsoring the sale of conducted Jan. 10 under aus- nominating committee com- ,,sible according to law to make
Christmas seals, this week, for the pices of the American Sugar Cane posed of Ken Rogers of Naples as these reports to the court. Victim Of Cancer.Funeral
Palm Beach County Tuberculosis Growers of USA, Inc. chairman, Mrs. Rosa Nash of Palm Beach County is also rep-
I and Health Association. Mrs. Belle Glade and Robert West of resented on the district ten wel-
1 Glenn Powell, chairman of the Stuart was appointed by Mrs. Kirk I fare board by J. F. Thomas Jr. services were held
project, and her committee mem- to present a new slate of officersfor I i t West Palm Beach, J. T. MCMur1rain I I Tuesday afternoon in the Trinity
bers will be at tables in the Post 500 Delegates Are the coming year. Their reportis Delray Beach, Mrs. Wilda Episcopal church in West Palm
Office and in front of the Bank of to be given at the next quarterly Tufts Lantana and Mrs. M. H. Beach ,for Stephen R. Middleton

Pahokee from 10 a. m. to 2 p. m., Visitors In Glades meeting so that the new officers I I Bleech, Pahokee. 56, Palm Beach county engineerfor
today (Friday) to receive donations may be installed at the state convention .. nine years who died at Good
from kind citizens who wish I in May. I Samaritan hospital from cancer.

-;:- ;;to contribute to, this needy ,cause. .N., R. Norman and Sam Lovell, Ellis Solomon, postmaster of ; Dr.PoteeteWill Burial was in St. Augustine Thurs
Anyone who has not turned in the agricultural teachers of the Fort Myers invited the group to day.He .
their money for seals received Pahokee and Belle Glade Schools Fort Myers for the next meeting.One I succeeded J. 'M. Boyd as
. through the, mail may obtain a respectively. attended the, con of the highlights of the Speak To Women county engineer in 1953, movingto
o West Palm Beach from Fort
white envelope at one of the tables vention of the Natonal Junior meeting was the guest appearanceof
and it will be sent in the donor's Vegetable Growers Assocation Herman Wattword postmasterof Lauderdale where: he had been a
: Dr. F. H. Poteete will be guest State Road Department engineer..He .
name. Titusville. He has just been
which was held at the Deauville
Sixteen members of the Wom- Hotel on Miami Beach last week- elected National Vice President of I speaker at the luncheon meetingof attended and was a memberof
an's Club, in addition to the chair- NAPUS at the, National Conven- the Pahokee Woman's Club Holy :Trinity Episcopal Churchin
West Palm Beach.
,, man, are serving on this committee end.On Monday the group of 500 tion in Pittsburgh, Penn. He spoketo next Wednesday noon. His topic Middleton worked with the
during the campaign. chartered buses and the group about the national
I delegates will be "Education for Later Ma- Florida East Coast Railroad; the
toured mills farms ranches convention. Pdstal Service Officer -
sugar "
member to
Each is urged Alabama
turity. Highway Departmentand
and packing houses in the Pompano C. M. Cade, HI, of Miami I
spoke to the postmasters about bring some senior citizen to the the Texas Highway Depart-
Foot Ball Banquet Clewiston and Glades area. ment.
Thy were served a barbecue lunchat many pertinent subjects and then meeting as. a guest. Aging is a
Belle Glade Monday at noon led in a question and answer per- phenomena that affects every in- .

Scheduled TonitePlans by the Belle Glade Future Farmersof iod.There dividual .and especially every per- Chicken Supper For
America. were many towns of the son who has living parents or ,
4th district represented at this other relatives for whom he has Benefit Of ChurchThe
are complete for the .an-Y meeting and it was a very inform responsibility.Gifts .
nual foot ball banquet which is ative"meeting. the veterans in the VA
Lights Are Up For Church. ; of God of Prophecy,
held annually to pay honor to Christmas colors of and Coral Gables shouldbe
green Hospital East Main Street will hold a bene
. members of the Belle Glade Golden Christmas Season red were used in the table decora- brought to this meeting. Presents fit chicken dinner Friday night

Rams and Pahokee Blue Devils tions and floral pieces and favorsof gift wrapped to be sent io at the Canal Point Community
\ tonight (Friday) at the Belle Christmas lights are up over the sugar cane radishes and salad the Boy's School at Okeechobee Center. The dinner will be served

Glade school cafeteria. streets in Pahokee as a project of greens were presented to the should also be brought Wednes- family style (all you can eat) from
Lions clubs in Canal Point, Pa- the City, the Chamber of Com- group. day. Mrs. Richard Hurt chairmanof 6 through 9:30 p. m. Prices will be
hokee Belle Glade and South Bay merce and the Florida Power and that
this committee reports
$UZ5 for adults and .50 cents for
join in a cooperative effort each Light Company. Each year the Rev. Robert A. Shelley and A. five packages have been receivedto children. Music will be furnished
year to honor the youngsters who city is given a Christmas touch by R. Harrington attended the Methodist date. during the evening by the Hanno-
II provide such splendid entertain- addition of colored lights and this District Conference which was Mrs. C. M. Todd president will nettes a' trio 'composed of the
\ ment on the gridiron each fall. A year's lights will be in place by held at the First Methodist Chur- preside over the business meet- Misses Judy and Ha Kinard and
record turnout is expected. this weekend. .
ch in Riviera Beach, Tuesday. ing. Miss Shirley Levins.

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Page Two The Everglades News. Canal Point Florida .JDecember 7, 1962 \ .


points out that pecan black wal- No Spring PracticeFor I Lengthy discussions on uniform f
nut and Persian walnut top the complimentary ticket policy and
r tall corn mark. These products Local Foot Ball I halftime band shows were termi- ,
contain 94 per cent oleic, linoleic nated by referring both to a prin-
it'. '
:== and linolenic acids and only 6 per The perennial bid for Suncoast cipals' meeting for a report at the
9 1 L.1! cent of stearic and other. saturated Conference authorization for I next league session in Belle Gladein J

acids" spring football drills lost once March. Coach Bill Burke of : ;
(II ((11 -
# again by a slim 6-5 vote at the annual Belle Glade was named football i :

I Most of us would like to know winter meeting of Suncoast coach of the year but announce- 1

[I what the future holds so we can : principals and coaches in Vero ment of the Suncoast allconference i ;
plan and act now to take advant- I Beach, Saturday. grid team was delayed until
age of coming developments.Swine It was proposed that 20 days of next week when coaches' ballotscan t& I
raisers will find the follow- drills be held after all conferences be received and tabulated. '
ing of interest to them. -sponsored spring sports had
Speaking at the recent annual ended with equipment to consist I SPENDS LEAVE AT HOME I

The Rardin Building: In Canal Point, FloridaTHE meeting of the .American Meat only of shoes and shorts. Opposingwere Seaman Apprentice Ronnie "

Institute a packing company official Belle Glade. Clewiston Pa- Crosby is spending a 14-day leave :

LAKE OKEECHOBEE, REGION HOME-OF-.. -.. visioned! the pig ,of..the future hokee" Seacrest, Palm Beach and I with his parents Mr. and Mrs. R. ,
I thus-andbe said it may Riviera Beach, while favoring the 0. Crosby Pahokee, following 'f 4 I

THE EVERGLADES NEWSServing come by 197Q: The future porker idea were Vero Beach, Ft. Pierce I nine weeks of boot training at :;

will reach 225 pounds at five Lake Worth, Stuart and Forest Great Lakes, Ill., where he received ,
the Lake Okeechobee..Farming.Region Without months instead of six months, his I a certificate for serving as ;'
Interruption Every Week for More Than 30 Years average length will be 31.4 inches Hill.Pahokee Principal Brooks Hen- Recruit Petty Officer Chief. On .
Established March 11, 1924 Published Every Friday instead of 29.5, his eye loin area derson presented a .revised. conference :- December 13, Seaman Crosby will :_

Subscription Price $2.00 Year In AdvanceThe I will be 6.56 square inches compared -I constitution which was ac report for four months of duty at '
with today's 3.54. his backfat cepted. Also accepted were schedules Norfolk Virginia. Following his
Everglades News Is Entered at the Post Office will be 1.07 inches thick instead of for all spring sports except tour at Norfolk, he will enter j

In Canal Point, Florida, as Second Class :Matter I 1.6 inches and lean cuts will aver- baseball which later was adoptedon school at Bainbridge, Maryland,
age 44 per cent of his liveweight agreement to use last year's for 24 weeks of training as a
Paul l Rardin Owner;Editor Publisher I
compared to the present 36 per card with sites reversed. I radioman.
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=1"-- ... eating butter aren't likely to make cent.To .
r( -;;!: victim of of the reach that goal, the speaker 'I
Th e you a hardening 1fl\jlt'ITlilflrffi'l\1jrffIJ! fj'l\'rt7\1'.r! :rolfl'l'1fl'tImI'! f'r' fim'mfl'rut' "';'I
aTiifJvtfnt arteries. The ,American Medical advised, breeders wil have to sup- l :1Y"l'\tfl'\ 11,

: '_ Association has issued a new. ply carefully selected stock to 1 i

hy statement which, ,according to u.1 i swine raisers.Seniors.

1' S. News calls the "antifat, anti- .. .------ I Monday Cattle Sales .1
i cholesterol fad" foolish, futile and .

forldoyo dangerous. Visit I
Says the AMA in a recent 5- Pay Are regularly held at the Glades Livestock Market
< A M'" I
page statement: "Dieters who be- which is owned and operated by more than 120 ,$,
lieve they can cut down their blood To Junior CollegeNearly
If you'd like to know something cholesterol without medical super- Florida Cattlemen. i iI

about horses and the horse business vision are in for a rude I You'll enjoy the excellent service receive here
in this state, you'll find a lot ing. It can't be done. It awaken-I"I 200 seniors from the you
of interesting information in one at this Market. We make an effort at all times to give I
be dangerous to try. nine high schools in Palm Beach
of the Department of Agriculture'snewest an outstanding service to buyer and seller. Give us 5Ute43g&V&3
". It is not known what I County have visited Palm Beach I tic.
publications, "Light Horse
of fat if be bene- a trial.
type ,
any may
Production in Florida." Junior College in,the past several I.
ficial in heart disease
Co-authors are three membersof preventing weeks where they heard talks by I : : : : : : : : : : : %+--H-
the Department of Animal Sci- nor is it known that certain fats Dr. Harold C. Manor, 'President,

ence at the University of FloridaT. are Last harmful.August" the AMA Journal 'I concerning opportunities of their ?- I SALES EVERY, MONDAY AT 1, p. m.
J. Cunha, professor and depart- community college. _
ment head. D. Wakeman and J. published an article that approved"the Dean Paul J Glynn, in talking I

R. Crockett.In concept of modifying the to the seniors, stressed the need .1
in dietas J Glades Livestock Market
the introduction ,Dr. Sunha type and amount of fat the of for post high school education or

notes that interest in light horses an experimental means training because of the increas- I
treating hardening of the arte- ASSOCIATION "
ing demands for higher standards
has been increasing during the ries." But, the AMA points out, I
past 20 years and recent growth of by industry. On Pahokee-Belle Glade Road
intended to
that was never
114 11 building ,
Tours of the acre, -
the state's Thoroughbred industryhas Americans Phone WY 6-3028 George Young Manager '
"do-it-yourself ,
encourage I II
brought Florida recognition as i campus are in charge of Mr. ;
to go on fad diets. I t
a major area for breeding the best I Robert Moss, Guidance Counselor, ; j W M'i.U.&iA.uIiijLr, W AWIIU'WiA.\l.; V4l-.LI.l.\l.; .'
in I : and members of thexcampus Cir- ,
Thoroughbreds. II.I. I recall a news item not long cle "K" Club."World's. I ;
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"Florida can boast having ago that reported the Soviet minister I
sent two representatives to the of Agriculture K. G. Pysin .- I I

I Kentucky Derby and having both was appalled to learn that in 1
of them win" he points out" America we're trying to get cows Redeemer" 1 1I
Both winners were raised in the to produce milk with less fat and i I
Ocala area and have stimulated CHRISTMAS MERRIER
more protein. When he visited the
I' interest in the development of big agricultural research center of I
First Baptist Church of Pa-
many horse farms there. Carl G. the U. S. Department of Agricul-
Rose was the pioneer in opening ture at Beltsville, Maryland recently -I hokee wil present the Cantata :

, up this area and developed the he made it plain that in J"The World's Redeemer" by Hol- IN YOUR OWN HOME .
first thoroughbred horse farm Russia the people need fat for en- ton on Sunday, December; 16th at i i .
there in 1937. By 1956 one more 7:30 p. m. The Cantata is under 11 I
I farm had been added but by 1962 ergy. the direction of Mrs. Guthrie Col- I
"The more fat in milk, the more I
the number. of Thoroughbred energetic the people," said Pysin. vard, Church Music Director? with
horse farms in Marion County had His reaction was understandable, Miss Faye Harris at the piano and .
Miss Jones at the GIVE YOUR FAMILY
rapidly increased to 62. USDA researchers explained, be- Myra organ.

Eleven other counties besides cause in America we have an I
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I Marion now have Thoroughbredhorse energy-surplus diet, but the Rus- __ .-.1 A HOME OF THEIR OWN

farms'and Dr. Cunha expectsthe sian diet is short on energy-pro-
industry! to expand into other ducing ingredients. Classified Ads I iwwwuw THIS CHRISTMASIf

Areas in the _state. Another angle on the fats-in-
Included m the wealth of infor- food situation is a report that the
I FOR SALE: New and used WIIkyi.Jeeps. you are one of the young couples with children who are still
mation about horses which the Northern Nut Growers _Association .-: .
new :booklet contains are descriptions may,step into .the picture witha I In Belle Glade Walter, Phone Ashley's 3058.Garag renting a home or apartment because you feel that you can't

and a /lumber of pictures of promotion program stressingthe I I Oct. 17-54-ch. afford to buy a home- :
14 popular breeds. If you'd( like a theme that the nut oils are not I
copy of "Light Horse ProductionIn .'wet." or saturated.In FOR SALE: Pflueger wind reel ..;- -,
Florida" please address your its November issue the parts. Ask for Walker at Fear's WE REMIND YOU- .

request, to .rtJr attention at the "American Fruit Grower" says: Department Store in Belle Glade. -.
Capitol. Tallahassee. "Corn oil has ridden to glory on ll-23-3tc
i the basis that 84.2 per cent of its HOME OWNERSHIP
WE HAVE HEARD of folks who
Unless your <;doctor tells you tout fats are unsaturated. J. W.
have rooms for rent and rooming
them out drinking milk and McKay, president of NNGA, WAS NEVER EASIERHave
houses for rent. A small ad right

-- -_. --- here might turn the trick. Why not
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try it? It is a small cost-$1.00 a

week. Your Down Payment Now?

FOR RENT. A furnished 2BR
No Money Down If you've located the home you want and you have your
CBS house on St. Lucie Canal at
|1 Port Mayaca. Phone 924-5584. down payment you're ready to see us about a low cost home

The House of Your ChoiceOn Oct. 5 tf loan.

GOTTA A ROOM ,for rent? A
Your Lot small ad in this column will get This. is the place to come. because we specialize in loans to buy

the job done. It only costs a dollar. homes. We know just what to do to see that your loan Is quickly

'pLANS AVAILABLE I Call -2 { I processed and how' to arrange easiest terms.


I Bulova watches. Radios. Watch

Fast Action bands. Clocks. Fishing and hunting Everglades federalSavings
I licenses. Greyhound and Trailways

Call or See I ticket agency. CANAL POINT !
I SPORT SHOP. Phone 924-7787.. And: Loan Association


I 'PAHOKEE PHONE 924-7933 i FOR .SALE: Maytag Gas Range ,",* *'Ii- BEL GLADE, FLORIDA

9247600.used very little bargain. Phone. .


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year : E Bonds: $25 (cost $18.75), $50 (cost $37.50)$100) ; &
..J #/ ,. Q:'When did the new rate become effective? (cost $75.00), $200 (cost $150.00), $500 I
V .<:' '?' A: June 1, 1959. (cost $375.00), $1,000 (cost $750.00), ?.> y
$10,000 (cost $7,500.00). V
.' "Q: Does the new rate change the Bonds I bought be- ',
'" :. : H Bonds: $500, $1,000, $5>000 and $10,000. They <-
I W: \ ,&v' fore June 1, 1959? are priced at face value. .. vV'\
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I) *!y.. ,: rate? Q:What if my Bonds should be lost, stolen or destroyed .

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<*> : interest? Bonds they are replaced-free. V
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). I ''. ; i means your E Bonds will automatically keep earning A: Buy E Bonds at any bank-it takes only a few min. V
V interest after maturity. utes. Buy them automatically through the Payroll <>
,. Savings Flan where you work.This Plan means you l' V ,: Q:With the new interest rate, should in my old have any amount you name automatically de .f.
i tX. Bonds and buy new ones? ducted every pa day.} The Bonds you buy by t. ;
V -, A: No. The automatic 3 j% increase makes it unneo- installments are delivered to you automatically, ; <.
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Miss Jeanine I to Bryant following a visit to kee, was patient! at Everglades
Sat. in Miami. Gainesville, last weekend. Memorial Hospital this week.
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of Pelican Lake became the bride of Airman 1-C John .
son of'Mis. Mamie Gandy of Pahokee, in a candle light j I -.
Canal Point Baptist Church, November 16, at 7:30 p. ] :?
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Adeline VVroten, Mr. and Mrs. his home in the I & .. YI W1'V; .ijI .
Lucas Crane and Mr. and Mrs., I. Project.Mrs. 1

Saturday G. Thompson all Cape, all of Coral.Pahokee, spent last Wednesday. J. E. \ ". ..: w.x.<..x. '.)..W? .. <: .'. .., ':w ':'.' ':' ',

Mrs. H. J. Anderson left Sunday Beach and is
for Southern Pines, N. C. where home in Pahokee DECEMBER 1962 :...
she is spending. two weeks with ery at St. Mary's
her brother and sister-in-law, Mr. Mrs. John Nelson I THURSDAY FRIDAY SATURDAY
and Mrs. Paul Staples; tine, who is Gents"I MONDAY TUESDAY WEDNESDAY
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ed their son and daughter-in-law week. will return
Mr. and Mrs. John A. Rogers, in Friday.Mr. :
Miami, Sunday. They were accom- and Mrs. I i ifts OAC Sm /t .fugfve..aj 1ejtcWeQiu : ;
panied to Miami by their grandson son/Wayn-l and O.
Alan, who had been their tended the '
house guest for a week. sity football game
Mr. and Mrs. Joy Cullison of Bowl, Saturday
Cash, Arkansas, arrived in Paho- i Weekend visitors kee Tuesday to spend a. week Mrs. Ernest IB } g.- \
Visiting Miv and Mrs. I. G. Thompson. her son and .
and Mrs. Howard I -
J. M. Prince, who has resided in I Leonard of }Merritt
Pahokee for many years, suffered Mr. and Mrs.

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Pahokee Pahokee-B I t \ ular...practical...preferred! It's always in good taste
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I Personal ItemsMr. I Vacation Travel I Elswick Parnell j j,I DISCHARGED:Mrs. J. G. Thomas FROM, Jr.CLINIC who has f. Natural Gas FprT-' ; ::'

Ahead Of Last Year I been a surgical patient at the Orange & Brevard d
!I Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Elswick, of
Oschner Clinic in New Orleans, II
and Mrs. Ronald Stanley of Grundy, Virginia announce the j I I
TALLAHASSEE Vacation I La., will be discharged from the TITUSVILLE
I I I The Indian
Palm Beach were the guests, engagement of their daughter. I II I Ij
travel to Florida is running ahead Clinic on Friday (today) and plansto River generating plant of the Or-
Sunday, of his mother, Mrs. Doro- I Julia Marie, to Gene Parnell son I 1 I ;
of 1961 and it will get an added convalesce at the home of her lando Utilities
thy Stanley, on Bacom Point Road.I I I r[ of Mr. and Mrs. E. S. Parnell of t Commission was
boost from the elimination of the brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and the scene recently of a formal
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Spencer were [ Pahokee. Florida. .
federal travel tax. : Mrs. J. W. in Winnsboro.La. '
hosts to members of the Vesper I I I I Miss Elswick is a senior in Pankey I opening ceremony to mark
Choir Florida Development for several weeks. the availability of natural gas to
of the Pahokee Methodist Commis-I Florida Southern College and a .
sion Chairman Director -- ---
Orange and Brevard counties.
Church at their home I
following member of Phi Mu.
Jarrard recently predicted that I WEEKEND IN TAMPA
II Participating in the
J the evening church services, last Mr. Parnell a senior in Florida ceremonywere
. "We are already assured of an excellent Mrs. Duncan Padgett and Miss members of the commission,
Sunday. Southern College and
Bascom Belcher returned Satur- I tourist year. And the action -I ber of Lambda Chi Alpha.a mem- I 1 I Helen Hardaway spent the week- Florida Gas Co., City Gas"Co.. of
by Congress eliminating the j end in Tampa. Miss Hardaway Florida officials and city and
day from Cairo Ga. where he Wedding plans are incomplete.
spent the week and attended a I I 10 per cent tax on train and bus I i visited her parents, and Mrs. Pad- county officials from Orange and

/ family reunion. I tickets and cutting the plane fare i iI ATTEND CONFERENCERev. gett visited her son-in-law and Brevard counties.W. .

tax from 10 to five per cent is cer- daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Al Garcia J. Bowen, president of Florida -
4 Mr. Mrs. S. and Mrs. Thomas C.
and T. Zellers of
I i tain to give travel to Florida by i I ,and family. Mrs. Padgett attended Gas Co. Winter Park, said
Orlando O'Steen, Mrs. J. D. Rogers O. B. !!,
were recent guests of her
common carrier an added shot in the birthday celebration for her "We are pleased to have the Or-
parents, Mr. and Mrs. I. G. McClure, Mrs. Nannie Mallory and
Thompson t'I
I the arm. grandson, David, who-was observing lando Utilities Commission's In-
in Pahokee.Mr. Mrs Thomas G. Hignite attended
Jarrard said there were other I I the fourth anniversary of his dian River plant as a customer. of
the Methodist District Conference
and Mrs. W.
Davenport I barometers which confirmed his I II birthday.JACKSONVILLE. and the
our pipeline
and of in Riviera Beach, Tuesday. Mrs. ....._- cooperationand
daughters spent predictions. II I II Rogers and Mr. McClure of- I! support given our company by
the weekend with her parents, Mr. I "Take the revenue from the were VISITORSMr. the commission is greatly"appreciated. : -
and Mrs. L. J. Fraser in Pahokee. State Road Department's 10 ficial delegates from the Pahokee and Mrs. J. L. Reeves haveas ." 5.5- 5

On. Saturday night, Mr. and Mrs. I toll projects as an expample. Methodist Church.-.-.. ,,. II I house guests this week her ... .

DaVenport: Mr. and Mrs. Fraser he said. "During the first 10 daughter-in-law, Mrs. Albert LASSIFIED; ADS IN THESE

and Mr. and Mrs. Frank Gillis attended *, months of this year, these pro- VISIT SOUTH CAROLINADr. Graves and children, Steven and COLUMNS PAY BIG DIVIDENDS
and Mrs.. L. W.
the Florida-Miami football jects collected more revenue than Armstrongleft Casandra, who have recently mov-

game in the Orange Bowl. they did in all of last year or all last week and are visiting ed from Augusta Ga., to Jackson- NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO .
their daughter, Mrs. Jack :
Mrs. Doyle Branyon has returned of any previous year. While some Phillipsand ville. Albert Graves accompaniedhis REGISTER FICTITIOUS
family in Fairfax, S. C. and "
to her home in Melbourne after of this increase undoubtedly re- family to Pahokee and spent NAME '

visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. sulted from greater use by resi- 1 their son and daughter-in-law, Mr.I : I several days here but has returned Notice is hereby given that the

W. S. Cross in Canal Point. dents, there can be no doubt that ,I and Mrs. Alvin Armstrong and II I to Jacksonville. undersigned, under the .provisions
sons in Atlanta Ga. of Chapter 20,953, Laws "Florida,
Seaton Boynton of Bartow a substantial part came from a .
wasa --- J
Acts of 1941, will register w th the
larger volume of tourists. I ATTEND GAMEJ.
recent visitor of his brother and
Clerk of the Circuit Court, in and
sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. H. G. The commission's figures showan G. Weeks and daughter, Mrs.
T-Sgt. Lester' Nichols reached for Palm Beach County, Florida,
Boynton in Canal'' Point. estimated 10,225,223 tourists I Lester Nichols and sons Edwin
I the Air Force Base'in Okinawa
i i came to Florida in the first nine I on and Elliott, attended the football upon receipt of proof of publicationof
Mr. and Mrs. H. ,G. Boyntonwere November 27, where he will be
I[l this notice, the fictitious name,
months of this year, compared to game between the Florida Gators
the guests of Rev. and Mrs. stationed for a tour of ,
I I duty according towit
9,985,078 for the same period in and the Miami Hurricanes in the
Horace Hartsell in Lake Wales, to word received here
by A&B
1961. Orange Bowl, Saturday night, and
last Wednesday. his wife. Mrs. Nichols and two COMPANY
also visited Mr. and Mrs. Robert
Miss Alyce Joyce Spencer of sons, who are residing with her Weeks and family, and Mr. and Pahokee, Florida
Orlando will be the guest, this BUSINESS SPOT FOR father, J. G. Weeks in Canal Point, Mrs. Joe Calhoun in Miami duringthe Under which we are engaged in

weekend of her parents, Mr. ,and KENT IN CANAL POINTOn expect to join Sgt. Nichols in the weekend. business in Pahokee, Palm Beach
1 :Mrs. Jack Spencer. near future. -- County, Florida. That the parties

'i Mr. and Mrs. Will A. Nason off the corner next door to I II Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Harvey of interested in said business are:

West Palm Beach spent Sunday Post Office where Grace's HOME FROM.HONDURASMrs. Lakeland spent the weekend in Robert Allred, Pahokee, Fla., and

f with her parents Mr. and Mrs. Beauty Parlor moved out yes- Louis Mims and son, AI-I Pahokee visiting her mother, Mrs Kenneth Barnes, Pahokee; Fla.

Earl Maxson in Canal Point. They terday. Ideal for beauty shopor I ton, returned last week from Emma Wheeler, and her brother That the firm name is:

were accompanied home by their I lize British Honduras, where they in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. A&B Construction Company -
other business. Call Paul I
son Nat, who had been the houseguest I visited Mr. Mims for.several dayss.Mr. Jess M. Elliott. By Robert Allred'
Rardin in Canal Point. .
i of his grandparents for several 'I Mims is .operating a welding I -- --- To be published once a week for

J days. and farming business there. Mr. and Mrs. Chat Clark and four successive weeks in a1 newspaper -

I son of Titusville were the weekend of general circulation 'in

guests of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. I Palm Beach County. .
t T. C. Clark in Canal Point. I Pub.: Dec. 7, 14, 21, 28, 1962

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Your country's biggest single "' V have proven the lasting qualities of concrete block ,

problem is the perpetual responsibilityfor even in areas subjected to hurricanes,earthquakes or dis '

keeping the peace its people I astrous atomic blasts. If you're planning to build, look

want. You can help with this 'w w first to concrete masonry, the weather-proof termite

problem by remembering this .?, proof decay-proof, fire-safe building material. For

Peace cast money. Money for quality block precision made on Stearns equipment. ..
military and industrial strength. t see us today.
Money for science and education. i
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And money saved by individuals Chicago, IlUnoU, Mq 11,1965.
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BIRTHSMr. Mr. and Mrs. Mitchell Kirk of Pa-
hokee are the maternal grandparents -
and Mr. and :Mrs.' Robert T.
and Mrs. J. L. Humphrey,
II News Of The ChurchesThe I Jr. (Joyce Juanita Peacock)' of parents.Baptist Starling. are the paternal grand

Pahokee announce the birth of a .
6 lb., 3% oz. son, Larry Bruce,
on December 3, at Everglades Me- Church :

Methodist Church I!I First Methodist The Church Of God morial L. Humphrey Hospital.Sr.Mr.are and the Mrs.paternal J.- Has Week-Of Prayer ':";!

Canal Point FloridaRobert Church PahokeeRev. Of Prophecy grandparents and Mrs. Perry The Week of Prayer for Foreign i
Pahokeel Peaden Sr. is the maternal grand
Canal Point I I mother. Missions has been held at the Ca- I
A. Pastor nal Point Baptist Church, this
Shelley, T. C. O'Steen I I Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Mar-
SUNDAY: SUNDAY: John H. Kinard, pastor week with Mrs. D. P. Hughes
10:00 I I tinez Jr. (Barbara Vertommen)
10:00 a.' m.-church School 9:45 a. m.-Church School a. -Sunday School of Pahokee announce the birth ofa prayer chairman in charge. Those

11:00 a. m.-Morning Worship 11:00 a. m.-Morning Worship 11:00 a. m.-Preaching Service 5 lb daughter Diane Jamte at presenting the programs each day
6:30 p. m.-Youth Fellowship 6:45 p. m.-MYF 7:45 p. m.-Evangelistic Service have been Mrs. J. L. McCall on
Everglades Memorial Hospital on
7:30 p. m.-Evening Worship 7:45 p. m.-Evening Worship 8:00 p. m. Tuesday-V.L.B. November 16. :Mrs. Antionette Monday; Mrs. M. F. George on
MONDAY: TUESDAY: 8:00 p. m. Thursday-W.M.B. Tuesday; Mrs. Charles Maxson on
Vertommen of Pahokee is the ma-
. 3:15 p. m.-Youth Choir practice 7:00 p. m.-Vesper Choir prac- Everyone welcome. Special music ternal grandmother.Mr. Wednesday evening (this was a
: TUESDAY: ticeWEDNESDAY and singing. candle-light service): Mrs. W. S.
and Mrs. Bobby Alfred
8:00 p. .Woman's Society1st : Evans on Thursday and Mrs. H.
Sweat (Linda Lou Young) of Ca-
Tuesday2nd 7:45 p. m.-Mid-week devotions The Pahokee ChurchOf nal Point announce the birth of a G. Rodgers will present the pro-
MONDAY: 8:30 .-Senior Choir prac- gram tonight (Friday) at 7:30p.
p. 6 lb S1
The 2 oz. daughter Pollyanna
7:30 p. m.-Esther Class meeting ticeChristian m.
Sue on Nov. 15, at Everglades
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7:30 p. m.-Prayer Meeting Rev. Max D. Jones, Pastor Bridal Shower For
Service 433 Bacom Point Rd. and Mrs. Calvin Lee Leford

First Baptist Presents Program"Hear Phone 924-7528 P. O. Box 882 (Martha Jean Lowder) of Canal Alyce Joyce SpencerMiss
SUNDAY SERVICES: Point announce the birth of a 5

Church, Pahokee the Angels Sing" was the I 9:45: a. m.-Sunday School lb. 9 oz son Timothy Joe. at Ever- Alyce Joyce Spencer bride-

topic of the Christmas program 11:00 a. m.-*--Sunday Worship glades Memorial Hospital on No- elect of William Herbert Whit-

SUNDAY. presented at the meeting of the 6:30 p. m.-Juniors vember 17. comb of Jacksonville will be com-

9:45: -Sunday School. Woman's Society of Christian Ser- 7:00: p. m.-Sunday Evening Mr. and Mrs. Paul Marlin Wil- plimented with a bridal shower tonight

,11:00-Morning Worship vice of the Pahokee First Methodist Evangelistic Service son (Joan Edith Purdy) of Canal (Friday) from 7:30 to 10:00

6:15-Training Union Church held in the social WEDNESDAY: Point announce the birth of a son hokee. Hostesses with Mrs. Hund-

7:30-Evening Worship hall Monday night, with the president 7:30 p. m.-Midweek Prayer Paul Marlin Jr. on November 26, ley 1251 Bacom Point Road Pa-
WEDNESDAY Mrs. Richard F. Hurt; pre meeting at Everglades Memorial Hospital. hokee. Hostesses with Mrsr. Hund-
7:30-Prayer Service siding. Mrs. John Hatton who had 'Where you are a stranger but Mr. and Mrs. John T. Starling ley are Mrs. Richard Hurt Mrs.

charge of the program was assisted once.." (Mary Arthur Kirk) announce the Elmer Jones Mrs. Marshall Lair

Canal Point by Mrs. Frank Friend Mrs. birth of a 7 lb., 3 oz. daughter Mrs. Claude Padgett, Mrs. R. B.,
Leon Spooner and Mrs. William R. I .1 ,, SIl-iED ADS PAY.gV'DENDS Kelly Layne on November 29 at Simonson Mrs. Leon Spooner and

Baptist Church Hatton. The Misses Sharon and Everglades Memorial Hospital. Mrs. Broughton Watkins.

Lynn Hatton sang a duet accom- ,
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9:45 a. m.-Sunday School O'Steen. .
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11:00 a. m.-Morning Worship The Society voted to send A .1t +F' 'Vpi'
6:30 p. m.--Training Union $100.00 to the Children's Home at I

7:30 p. m.-Evening Worship Enterprise and to donate $10.00to ; jx

WEDNESDAY: the Palm Beach County )Mental I 4. ;

7:30 p. m.-Prayer. Meeting Health Program.It .
was announced that flowers

Church Of God, would be placed in the church
sanctuary during December by the .- 'A--
Barfield Highway Simonson-Lair Circle and during -

January by the Gertrude. Shirley
Pahokee Fla.J. Circle.

\V. Hughes Minister The Vena Mae Schroder Circle |I. i

Phone 924.3736 was awarded the attendance pin

SUNDAY, : for having the most members ,
9:45 a. m.-Sunday School present. 'Mrs. Albert Graves of
11:00 a. m.-Morning Worship Jacksonville was introduced as a II f
:- 7:30 p. m.-Evangelistic Ser- visitor. ) i it t

: Refreshments were served dur- (
0 ing the social hour by Mrs. R. D.
7:30: m.-Prayer Service
p. 7i i
Apelgren. local activities chairman -
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and her committee.
7:30 p. m.-Youth for Christ -
Rotary Club Hears
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St. Peter's Lutheran Don Hoffman, WPBDon n, tr

Church Belle Glade ,wp ,
Hoffman of West Palm {'

Beach was guest speaker at the f
August Koerber, Pastor luncheon meeting of the Pahokee
601 W. Lake Rd., Belle Glade Club with the '
Rotary Thursday,
SUNDAY: president Dr. E. C. Johnson pre- 4 : 11
Divine Services 11 A. M. siding. Introduced by Leland Shirley ; 4

School 9:45 A.. -M.. Mr. Hoffman who is associated I

with the Management Re- 1

I Holy Nativity search Institute spoke on employer -

Episcopal ChurchPahokee ,and employee relations. a x r I. 1
Guests were Roscoe Braddock } I.t' i
Louis Kirchman Huell Frier and

N. T: Taylor, all of Belle Glade; S
Rev. L. Lossing, Vicar i $ -
Bruce Bowe of West Palm Beach
and Karl Malston. Walter Youngwas
L! 10 a. m.-Sunday School f,
of student
the guest member EIT'S
; 1:00 a. m.-Worship Service
....;f: .... R. O. (Buddy) .Lampi.- .

;:Canal Point First Mrs. R epp'Presents

;Baptist ChurchElder Christmas. Program"Christmas ,

R. E. Barfield''
is Sharing" was the

SUNDAY 10:00 a.: .-Sunday School topic of the program presented by FOR YOU IT'S CHRISTMAS !
Mrs. Donald B..Kepp at the De-
11:00 a. m.-Morning Worship

8:00 7:00 p. m.-B. T. C. Society cember of meeting Christian of the Service Woman's of Handy phones make happy homes all year round
p. m.-Evening Worship I V_ fTelephone .t
the Canal Point Methodist Church
held Tuesday night, with the t
7:30 p. m.-MIdweek Prayer pres- services .are personal different, Wjth the Bell Chime to carol your calls with
ident, Mrs. Leonard Maxson. pre
2nd and 4th TUESDAYS: siding. Those assisting Mrs. Kepp and appreciated all year long. Here are three musical tones. When warm weather returns,

7:30 p. m.-Ladies Auxiliary were Mrs. Earl Maxson. Mrs. ways to make Christmas really special in you can set the Bell Chime for a louder bell -

Meeting. James Miller Mrs. A. R. Harrington = your home: <- that's easily heard on porch or terrace.

and Mrs. Robert A. Shelley;
With extension phones, for Mom in the And consider this these and other useful,
:v also, a group of young people wh
St. Mary's Catholic sang Christmas carols. kitchen, for Dad in his den and for every modern telephone services are so easy to

Church Refreshments were served by one in the family room. Step-saving, time- order. Just call the Business Office or ask
the hostess 1f' W. F. Underhill; saving extensions come in a wide choice of your telephone man.

Father Francis Fennech asiorSund"ay Jr.; colors and styles.
Mass 11:30 a. m. --

Conf'ss1oriS.'b. for, 'Mass.. J. H. Kinard" and daughters With Home Interphone as a part of your

."! Judy, Da and Jean were called to family's regular telephone service. Home

Mrs.: Reinbert; 'Guy returned Sanford.', Sunday, by the: death of Interphone lets you talk room to room, Southern'i\ Bell

. to her home' in, Tampa, last his uncle T B. ,Kinard.. After at* :' answer the door,relay outside calls, check on

week, .following .,a two-week tending the funeral services on the children all from the nearest phone! Mh& FiiIiM
visit with'Kr. and Mrs. Jack Spencer Wednesday% Mir. Kinard and .

and'fcanilvH' : Pahokee. daughters returned Pahokee. ';;4"' "0 -

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:: t': Now is the time to switch to Phosdrin Insecticide to ,

maintain complete protection against insects up to 24 hours

..,; ,, from harvest-without creating residue problems. \

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.Z. .. worms- almost all destructive .pests attacking

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Then, unlike most other insecticides, Phosdrin

'. disappears, leaves no residue.

Read how Phosdrin can save your crop from

.' ;1 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 of a pound of Phosdrin per acre

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

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-or Phosdrin is a powerful new phosphate No Phosdrin residue remains to endanger either the pickers or the crop.

make completely unsalablevegetablecrops insecticide that kills the toughest insects

such as tomatoes, beans, potatoes, fast, usually within a few minutes of ap Hard-to-kill insects insecticides and fungicides.And Phosdrin

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

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

NOTE: See table below for the insects program. long way. For example, as little as !ito

Phosdrin solves problem Phosdrin controls and how close to har- Good mixer Vi of a pound:per. acre is all it takesto

CWi1)) This a.problem that many.growers are vest it can be used on your crops. Phosdrin is compatible with most other control the toughest insects attacking

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I : 1" PHOSDRIN9 INSECTICIDE GROWERS' GUIDE '. I on nomical.a per acre basis, Phosdrin is very eco-

Where to get Phosdrin
Beans Aphids Mites Squash Aphids Mites Melons(Including Aphids Mites
Leafhoppers.Grasshoppers. Dipterous leafminer(adult). Cantaloupes Cabbage looper Phosdrin is available from your local in-
1 day Lygus. bugs honeydew Dipterous leafminer(adult). secticide dealer
Mexican bean beetle Salt marsh caterpillar, J day ''melons. Leafhoppers under many well-known

Cabbage Leafhoppers looper ..... Watermelons Muskmelons) False lygus chinch bugs bug 1 day brand names. It comes in liquid and dust
Beets Garden Aphids Mites Cutworm(climbing) Salt.marsh caterpillar,
(incl tops) Cabbage looper. Cutworms(climbing). formulations that are easy to apply with
Cutworms(tIimbing). Grasshoppers _
Dipterous leafminer(adult), Celery Aphids Mites.Dipterous'leafminer. standard application equipment.
False chinch bug 3 days (adult).
Grasshoppers. lygus. bugs 3 days Okra Aphids Mites Remember, look for the name Phosdrinon
Imported cabbageworm, Salt marsh caterpillar Cutworms(climbing), the label in the
leafhopper. Leafhoppers Com earworm j day or ingredient state-
Salt-marsh caterpillar Cabbage looper Green stinkbug ment.
Velvet bean caterpillar
Broccoli Aphids Mites Cucumbers Aphids Mites Shell Chemical Company,Agricultural '
Cabbage Cabbage looper, Tomatoes leafhoppers.:1, .day Potatoes Aphids. Mites Chemicals Division 55 Marietta Street
Imported cab geworm, Grasshoppers ;a Grasshoppers 1 day ,
Leafhoppers leafhoppers N.W., Atlanta 3 .
SaIt-maRh caterpillar, 1 day Georgia.Phosdrin
Cutworms(dimbing Eggplant Aphids Mites
Dipterous kafminer(adult), Peppers Grasshoppers 2 days Spinach Aphids Mites
Grasshopper, Leafhoppers Cabbage looper.
/ Lnus bugs Imported eabbaeeworm.

Brussels Sprouts. Aphids.Mites. Grasshoppers.Leafhoppers 4 days
Lettuce Aphids Mites Cauliftower,' Cabbage looper. Dipterous leafminer(adult). SHELL
Cabbage looper Collards Imported abbageworm Cutworms(dimbing :
Com earworm Kale SaIt.marsh aterppar SaIt-maRh caterpillar.
Cutworms (dimbin&). Cutworms(climbing), 3 days False chinch bug &M/
DipterOuS leatminw(adult, Dipterous leafminer(adult). r
2 lyps bugs
Imported atlbageerorrtl days
.. Grasshoppers. Grasshoppers.Leafhoppers Turnips, Aphids Mites '
Leafhopper. Cabbage looper,
LnusbuCS.SaJtmersh. Tops Imported aDbagewornl

.filii chindl uI .r $tnwbertks Aphids Mites 1 day Di False ochinch CIduII). 3 days InsecticideA
Strawberry leaf roller .
Salt-marsh caterpillar LeafIacppeI

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