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:
July 9, 1965
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Newspapers -- Canal Point (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Belle Glade (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Palm Beach County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage:
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>.
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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Ceremonies Will Eastern Airlines Area ResidentsWill I Biggest State Raise School Budget To

Seek Space Status Goes To Reid CliftonThe

Draw DignitariesGuard Attend Canal Await Maxwell's
MIAMI Eastern. Airlines has I Cabinet Budget Commission
asked for "authorized user status' in Tallahassee Tuesday passed
Rail PlanA on space. satellites for communications. I Program Saturday out salary raises to many state ReAssessmentThis
employees ranging from 2.5 per
in I The airline' recently asked the cent to 38 percent. The largest Increase -
ceremony front of the Federal Communications Commission j Area residents from Pahokee, amounting to 38 percent year's mlllage tax to sup
Glades Office Building at Belle for the procedures it should South Bay Clewlston and Belle went to Reid Clifton, deputy director port the 1965-66 county school
Glade will mark the beginning of I follow in dealing' with Glade are expected to overflowthe of the Department of Pub- budget cannot be proposed by the
a new deal 'In guard rail construction cations Satellite Corp.CommUni-j I Palm Beach County Glades lic Safety-Florida Highway Patrol county school board until after
alongside canal in South launched and manages ,Office Building area, two miles His salary was boosted from Tax Assessor Edgar Maxwell ha*
Florida to protect lives. The cere- Bird" communications satellite. North of Belle Glade along U. S. 99,780 to $13,500 a yean That's an completed reassessment of the
mony is set for 11:30 a. m. Saturday Wayne F, Hersh. EAL directorof Highway ,441 at 11:30: a. m. Sat- Increase of $3,720 a year. county's taxable real property,
and State Road Department communications, said of the urday (o show their appreciation. The new salary of Mr. Clifton county school officials point. out.
Chairman Floyd, Bowen will be Eastern request "While we do not to State County and local officials : is a far way from what he usedto Meanwhile, the dollars-and-centa
present. presently have detailed plans for for the preventive action being I draw as a patrolman in the Pa- budget "will come up for final
Vincent Nuccio, another road de- using space satellites for specie taken to lessen .canal deaths in I hokee Police Department more adoption before the end of the
partment member from Tampa types of communications we an nine South Florida Counties. I than 20 years ago before he went month" it is stated with the mill'
and Chelsia Senerchla, road board see their great potential for a State Treasurer and Insurance with the Highway Patrol. His are tax proposal to be added
member from Miami, will be company such as ours Which has Commissioner Broward Williams weekly pay .check was $20. His I "probably sometime in August"
among the dignitaries present extensive telephone, teletype and will be present for the ground-j many friends $Jn the Pahokee-Ca- Commenting 'on the budget..
Other state offficials, who have data processing communications breaking certmony as nal Point area will be glad to : County Superintendent Robert W.
notified the chamber of commerce networks linking'100 cities plus a State Road Board Chairman Floyd know that the Cabinet has finally Fulton said "Its emphasis has been
they plan to attend include Ralph large volume of air-ground communications Bowen District Four Road Board decided to pay him a salary in line placed on the Instructional needs
Davis executive director of the wit aircraft in Member Chelsie Senerchla of Miami with his duties. He is second in of our schools, in which we are
State Road Dept. Dan Turnbull, night. District One Road Board command of the Highway Patrol. ; planning some major charges."
engineer In charge of highway < Member Vincent Nuccio' of. Tampa *- He noted that first graders next
safety, and Clarence Davidson I II Executive Director Ralph August 30 when schools reopen.
District 4 engineer, Fort Lauderdale i Is Water Hyacinth Davis Engineer of Highway Safety Wedgworths LuckyIn will graduate high school In the
Dan Turnbull and Clarence 1977-78 school year "and we must
County Commissioner E. W. I Something Good? Davidson, District Four Engineerof Airplane Crash prepare them. to meet the America -
Weaver will be in, charge of the Ft. Lauderdale. of 1977."
program at the roadside. He will !' According to Bill J. Bailey, Publicity "We are going to upgrade instruction
be ,assisted in local arrangements -Friend Of TheFishThe Chairman for the event I In Tennessee Mts. In''our schools,.and raise
by employes of the Glades Office I members of the press, radio and the accreditation levels in all ourschools
Building under the supervision of television will converge on the ," he said, "by reorganizing
3Crs. Mae C. Pope building man- water ,hyacinth may be a groundbreaking site to cover the Mr. and Mrs. George Wedgworthand and revitalizing our top Instruct.ions
arer. thorn |n the side of man as it In- event. two ,nephews of Belle Glade ) administrative staff and adding
,An official luncheon" will lie end .Jterferes with fishing,. ..n1 1Jn1.n1 -Over 200 people are .expected f were lucky Saturday. afternoon, specialists in mathematics, ,/
at the Holiday Inn In Belle Glade and boating. It may at times completely for the Invitational luncheon later when the Wedgworth plane war r indu'trjal arts. science, languages
following the Canal-side ceremony. cover the surface of lakes at the Holiday Inn In, Belle Glide :crash landed on a' TenMueemoufa.taln and the humanities." Fulton added,
Floyd Bowen SRD chairman will streams and rivers and clog irrigation where Master of Ceremonies Rob- when the group was pn their "The new budget will reflect these
be the speaker. canals On the other hand ert C. (Bob) Lee will begin thefestivities way to Hendenonvllle Trnn.; to needs." *
tome fishermen believe there is a highlighted by the principal attend the funeral of Mrs. Wedgworth's .. 1M.
beneficial side of the hyacinth as it speaker Floyd Bowen State father. W. J. Raw I.; a
Equalization Day may provide protection and food Road Board Chairman. pioneer Belle ,Glade resident Bad Lions Close Pool
and serve as a fish attractor for Sgt Tom Hodges of the Florida weather was the ,cause of the
game fish. Highway Patrol is in charge of crash landing Mr. Wedgworth
Set For 2 Account Pahokee
August To determine the true characteristics the lobby display on canal hazards laid.
of the hyacinth the FI.ri and has given invaluable aid Mr. Wedgworth had left Belle
before the Management Division of the Game! to Henry a Earwood., Belle Gad Glade on Wednesday for a business The Pahokee Lions club met
Equalization Day and Fresh Water Fish Commission businessman who.spearheaded the engagement in Columbia, S. C. He and President George Rashley announced
county commission: and county tax has initiated the Wlthlacoo- drive for protection along the had'planned to. spend the weekend that there was no bust
assessor has been set for August chee River Project. Upon complex many South Florida canals and with his wife and family near nesa meeting Monday night and
2, according to court house infor lion of the' project enough scientific who was instrumental in forming Tuxedo N. C., when the family that the Lions Club had closed the
mation. That is the day that taxpayers information will have been the Canal Hazards Safety. Com was notified of the death of Rawls. bank account for,the city pool and
appear before the board gathered to classify the hyacinthas mittee. Saturday morning Wedgworth transferred the account to the
and air their gripes about their a villain ,which should be destroyed said he ,and his wife flew to Lions Club account
property assessments. The board or an angel In disgulje White Sulphur Springs, W. Va., The guest speaker for the day
will remain in session during the which may need control but not Leave Policy Made to pick up the McKee boys to take Latimer Fair, gave an excellent
enUre week it enough people appear complete eradication. them to the funeral which was talk about insurance adjustmentsconcerning
I to keep them busy. Continued on Page 8) Clear By Board"There held Monday afternoon. fire lose. and casual
With completes re-evaluation py The crash occurred when bad ties.: Mr. Farr Is head of the General ;'
weather forced the plane to a low AdJuitment Bureau of West .J'
,the county tax assessor values Citrus Growers Are -
' win be boosted on nearly every seems to be widespread altitude. Palm Beach.
':1: ( piece.of property la Palm Beach Receiving Checks misunderstanding about the new ). r Wedgworth is president of ,Guests for the day were Milton
:1 a. county and it behooves taxpayers; sabbatical leave policy voted by Sugar Cane Growers Cooperativeand ,Carpenter and Buddy Schoenfckl
','.' to get in touch with the assessor ORLANDO Members of for ,the county school board for teachers ,an official' of Wedgworth of Bolle Glade Richard-11.irt,
::4 before August 2, and find out what I Ida Orange 3Iarketers are sharing and all members of the county Farms.- .1 Jr.. pianist, of Pahokee.. .
figure covers them under new assessment i nearly $12.8 million recently mailed Instructional staff," county school
by Minute Maid Co. as the first board member James E. Williams Motor Vehicles Are KEITH ALDRIDGE BETTER
--aMother --- partial payment for F. O. M. fruty said here this week. Administrative Keith Aldridge, son of Mr. and
Of Pastor in the 1964-65 early and mid-sea personnel can also qualify for Under Cabinet Control Mrs. W. K.Aldridge of Pahokee Is
son citrus pooLAnnouncement the policy. somewhat improved alter beingconfined
[ Dies In No. Carolina of the payment Qualifications established and TALLAHASSEE The Motor: to the hospital and his
t ---- was made by Eol., Squire general voted by the board are such that Vehicle Commission Is now under home for a period of 43 days. Keith
t', Mrs C. W. CoNard. 75, motherof manager cf Florida Orange at this time a maximum. of 26 full cabinet control and no longeran has been suffering from a severe

Rev. Guthrie Colvard..pastor oft Marketers Inc. teachers or Instructors 1s the total agency of the governor's little glandular disease.... ...
the First Baptist Church, in Paho- Squire pointed out that the who could avail themselves of the cabinetGov
kee passed away Sunday June 11. 1964-65 processing season was the new policy at any one time, from VISITS IN WAYCI1088Ml
. The funeral services: were held eighth in the history 'of Florida the almost 2,600 teachers and instructors Haydon Burns has acknowledged s Carol Bardln daughter on Wednesday at the First Baptist Orange Marketers The idea was employed by the board. the new law of the legislate Mr. and Mrs.' Vann Bardin of Canal
Church: in Hudson North Carolina. conceived in 1955 by a group of Sabbatical leave for full-time Ute which stripped the appointive Point Is In Waycross, Ga, their
citrus men who wanted to assure instructional and administrative control of the agency from the ormer home, where she !. visiting
AT ELKS CONVENTION Florida growers of a fair return personnel as defined by Florida governor and delivered it to the rleiul* and relatives for the month

, ---- for their fruit The Idea was consummated law may be granted "after each cabinet. of July. .. ._
: Among thoss attending the National in 1957 when Florida seven consecutive: years of satisfactory Burns also made the nomination
\ Elks Convention are Mr. and Orange Marketers was incorporated service" for one half that the cabinet continue Motor VISIT IN MOUNTAINSMr.
Mrs Melvin Spooner, Mr. and Mrs. and a contract signed with year at half pay for the purposesof Vehicle Commissioner Arch Livingston and Mrs. Bill Erickson left
t, George Tucker, Dr. and Mrs. Richard Minute Maid Co. to process fruitaupp1)e4 either health restoration professional as director of the new this week for Celo N. C.. where
) roM members. academic advancement spend the next six weeks
,i' Ames; Mr. and Mrs. Mfltoa by or Livingston
i Salvatore Mr. and Mrs. 'James Since that time TOM has grown or travel. Providing, however visiting friends and relativesThey
: .." Vana, Al Lavender Mr. and Mrs. to one of the state's largest citrus : cabinet holdover appolntmenteeaj wen accompanied on the trip by a
: Robert Mclntosh and Mr.u4 Mrs. cooperatives) wtt A membership of 1. The number of.. sabbatical from the Farris Bryant administration. .- nephi* who' has been visiting
C( Lake J'raIer. a nearly fflO tadepsaden growers. (continued.on page.' 4) ..A ... theza m'Ca.uJ PoInt.
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Friday July. 111;. 1965:
Two The Everglades News, Canal Point, Florida _
more than 1,000 >phones> a month

greater than prevailed In May

i 1964.The Public Service Commission,

composed of Chairman Edwin L.

Mason and Commissioners JerryW

r Carter and William T. (Billy)
-- Mayo regulated the Intrastate

rates and quality of service of 22

telephone companies as. one telegraph -

I company operating in Florida -
a K .

Regular reports on all phases of

their operations are required tyI

I the PSC. From the reports, and

The Rardin Building: In Canal Point, FloridaTHE I from on-the-spot checks by Com

mission auditors;, engineer, and

LAKE OKEECHOBEE REGION HOME OF rate analysts, information about

Florida's vital communications Industry

MftGLADES :NEWS\ is drawn to keep the Commissioners

fully aware of what Is

Serving Ehe)4ke'OkbechobearhlingRe lon Without happening In every part of the
Interruption Every! Week for 40 Years

stablished March ll, ::1924: '- ,- Published Every Friday ,City'Products In Visitors Big Users I State. ... .

Subscription Price'$2.00 Year In Advance Of State's PhonesTALLAHASSEEWInter I Lucille Vann has returned home

: from her vacation at 'Daytona
1beEvetgrad lead Still
News Ts Entered at the Post Office League Beach.
visitors -I
In Canal'Point Florida as Second Class Matter .
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made greater: demands on the '

Paul Rardin :- Owner, Editor, PublisherFloo'd Alvy Early doubled home Jim State's telephone companies 'than Mrs J. C. Harris and son froe.

Tysod with the in the were the guests of her sister and
Twinning run
ever before JurLiy i tho tourist sea-
tower, under conditions, almost I bottom of the seventh inning to brother,"Elinor ana Btne'nraCkID.
ControlTo0K son just ended, according to,a re- the'past week.
failed for of second. during
want a After give City Products a 0-. Win over
view of i Horlda
reports >y the
considerable discussion, however :Loxahatchee's Prison Farm ,In a Public Service Commission. ....-...,- ,--
New'TelevisionTowerChanne.14 it was seconded by C. A. ,(Mutt) tense Glades Fast-Pitch Softball .
The monthly increase: in main : .
Thomas of Lake Harbor. League game to help protect a 3H telephone stations FlY FlY. ,.IY1VIP"1Y1Announcing
William R Scott of Stuart voteda lead Rash- fanged between
game over second-place '
J0,000 and 19,000 ,Iron list August -,
"No"to the TV tower, and '
ley's Dry Cleaners, who, split a
: until March, v.iv! Commission
''T. R. (Tommy) Tomllnson of Melbourne pair of games, losing. to Loxa reported. TheO'prENlNG
abstained from voting. hatchee, 13-7 and winning fromI.
Proposals to build a 2,000-foot April and May growth figures
Hollands said the tower would
A. M. Local No. 57, 7-2. '
l l1sion tower and 'to construct reflect continued growth bui they
much signal
a improved Loxahatchee broke a 1-1 Ue with
j4 new six-inch oil pipeline to water show that the"resort centers suchas
far wider TV coverage In all directions City Products In the third inning
> areas 'in Brow rtl St. Petersburg Miami Beach ofSOUTH
Conservation and a better quality picture. when after striking out Rayford I I I -
Ft. 'Lauderdale. Palm Beach and Clearwater
of are
County, west .
.. Martin was safe'at,first when the
Shave won approval bf the Governing sharply below their mid-season I!
third strike from City
Board 'of the Central and got away peaks. v. I I BAYfLORIST
Gold Coast Plans Product's catcher Mac Crews.
Southern Florida Flood Control J Charles Deese then tripled him Smaller companies serving su-
District burban and rural areas and several -
home and George Hamlet followed -
But the proposals have some Crusade To ,Be On with his sixth home run of the companies located in- North
Florida are continuing three! steady
attached it was explained by Ed season to put,the Angels ahead,

ball FCD executive director at WEAT TelevisionThe 4-1. The Icemen tied the score in growth according to the Commission 60 NW 1st St.

the meeting Friday in West Palm i their half of the third when Jim study indicating less reaction
to the winter tourist! season'sclosing.
&ach.The ,
Tyson singled after one out and South
TV tower must also be approved Bay
cored when connectedfor
Alvy Early
"Gold Coast Television Cru-
Winter Park Telephone 'Co., for
by other governmentalagencies sade" will "be: launched 'Sunday; his fifth home run, cutting the -
example, i.dded.203 to its mrftti
said Robert L. Searle of :
; -
lead 4-3. Butch Butler followed
night with a sermon "How to
.Coral Gables, Board,member, who Early's blast with a double, and station total in May;Forida Telephone I will be to
made the motion to grant the permission Have the Great Society", in the Corp. of Ocala i04; Southeastern happy see
scored Loxahatchee suffered
Palm alertly as
Chapel By-The-Lake In West
Telephone Co. in Tallahassee
requested by W T V J mental lapse between my old friends.
Beach. a
Channel 4) MlAml. Other agencies ,'378; and little'St. Joseph! Telephone -
Scores of churches of all denominations pitches, to tie the score. It stayed St.
Co. in Fort ice, 34.
include the ]Florida i Game andFresh
on the entire coast will thhat way untU.Tyson opened the '
Southern Bell's Florida, division 'Mrs
Water Fish Commission the, Sadie. Barwick
take pa.rt'ln this unusual revival- bottom of the seventh with a .
Federal Aviation! Agency and the was serving 4,599: more subscribers
crusade, said chairman the Rev. double down the left field line. I
State Board of Conservation. at the end of May than at
William Hlnson pastor of the I. Early followed with his gam.-wtnnlnC' the beginning 'rate of of
Dick Hollands, assistant to the a growth 1 lU4 I
hit. Phil the
First Baptist Church'of Fort Bonnell ,was ,
.general manager of WTVJ, said 10
Lauderdale.The winning pitcher, striking out
ether TV,stations would be per-
batters and picking his 12th
services will be held nightly up
.mltted to tie in to'the new'trans- A encase,. from tht Treasury of a fret ptoptoBacfc
through July 25th with Dr. Jess victory.
mitter if they "a share of the -
pay Moody pastor of the First Baptist The Angels from Loxahatchee
lease rental Hollands proposed to
.Church, West' Palm Beach delivering showed much improvement as they
the FCD a rental of ,51,000 per the sermon. bombed second-place Rashley'aDry

year ancl'requeated 25-year lease.Strong The crusade will be televisedover Cleaners 13-7 with the power

opposition) to the tower WEAT-TV from 9 to 10 p. m. hitting of Chuck Williams and
and pipline was:voiced by representatives
and July 19, 8:30: to'9:30: p. m. July 20 George Hamlet. Williams hit two
of wildlife conservation
and 21, ,7:30: to 8:30: p. m. from 'home runs and a double while

organizations. July 22 through July 25/ and 9 to Hamlet sprayed three singles helpIng ,
But Searle said, in his opinion,
10 p. hi. on July 26. Phil Overfelt even his pitching -
,nothing said at the meeting indicated
Telephone numbers will be givenin mark at 44.Rashley's .
that the 1Yltower Interfere -
; would
( bounced baok with A
sections Gold
many of the Coast
the purposes ,of the
'Flood ControlDistrict with the Rev. Hinson said in explainingthe 7-2 win over t.'A.1C. Local No. 57

'teleVIsion programming. A behind the hitting of Ernie Soles.
Riley S. Miles Chairman of the
","FCD Board, ,said .the ,objectionsthat viewer making a decision may call The big flratbaseman had a homer. .
inpropertybe the number in his area'to receive double, and two singles helping
were voiced should ) stow
to counseling and be referred to the Earl Vann post 'his sixth winagainst tocollect '
,- directed other units
let government, for example ,the) church of his' choice. I I I four defeats '
Counsellors : drove in live >irunj
are 'being directedby b red Kemp ;
Game Commission fit was noted JN\
chairmen the Rev. with three doubles and a single as
Commission fa appointed by :
;that the Game already pittiresof /
Hinson. Chairman of 'the north Glades Chevrolet came from be-
on record opposing 2,000-
, ,
area are the Rev. Forrest Watkins hind and'dumped I. A1. M. Local
toot towers La the conservationareas. Presidents
Stuart, and;Henry Tatum of No. 57, 17-8. Eddie Buckner and

+ Palm City; for the Palm Beach Frank Kruse homered for Glades frn' fni.andtreeem
'If WTVJ is successful;: getting :
area; ,the Revs. ,Joseph Knight, Chevrolet
:Mother necessary approvals, the:,pew '
: Greenacres City and David bit, .Genera's Drive-Inn droppedtheir ;;:
tower would built aF,a,location.., <
West::Palm Beach; and for the seventh game in a row as \
about 15,mites west ofn. Laud '

rdale, east..*-U.-.&,27..and north South area, Donald, DendyFortLauderdale ; Loxahatohee'clipped. them 108.
Richard 'Bruce the victory -
picked up ..
of State Road 84, Hollands said. .
Music will be conducted by'O. In relief. Willie Lee homered "
'He added that the station will need ,.
H 16o-acre'a1te as ,the huge, tower D. Hall, minister of 'music at the for Geneva's.

First Baptist Church and guest The League Standings: \
'will require guy wires extendingout of the
seven deiomlnitioni
soloist will be Mrs. Martha Bran- City Products 13 1 Series E Savings
1,300 feet In all directions. I Bonds shows different
a President
i of the
ham noted soprano of Dallas Rashley's Cleaners 10 5 3% United States. If
Questions about future aviation you're Interested in this kind of art,the seven make a nice
Texas.In Glades Chevrolet _,_ 776
collection. .
i hazards were raised by Stan Weedon i -
addition to the crusade messages Loxahatchee,,_,.._,_ 6 9 7H Along with,the
Broward Water Con-
County lobby, Savings Bonds offer such
trol Engineer, ,and by George ; a special dally program will I I I. A. M. Local 57 2 9 9% as rlskless Investing 33V4% more money! at maturity extras, and

Crawford a i.stantvice presidentof be held for children by Bill Me- Geneva's Drive-Inn_ 4 11 9% financial freedom for your future.

Arvida Corporation. Both Garrahan children's evangelist.This d. i But there are other kinds of freedom tied in with your
service will be held at 7 p. purchase of Savings Bonds. Freedom
stressed the that Brow- to
possibility Mr. and Mrs. E. O. Winch had speak your piece
ard County may want to,build a m. each day. as their guests her son and daugh choose,your Job and own your property, to name a few.

jetairport in the future only a few Dr. Moody's sermons throughthe L. H. Jivtry Bond you buy helps our government further the
ter-in-law Mr. and !
week 20 "The Decline cause of freedom everywhere in the
miles south of ,the proposed TV are: July world today.
Hicks and Patricia and
daughter Why not start collecting U.
and Fall of the American
tower=on lands south of SR 84 son Billy of Granltevllle, S. C. ,Savings Bonds now! Only $18.'
Empire; July 21, "Atom and
U 8.27.
and east of
Evil! each for the George Wuh1l1 .. ..
Hollands : ; July 22, "Sodom and To- I. S'I
said 'the FAA has de- at bank
i morrow* 23, "How to Live variety, your or on
July Mr.
nled WTVJ permission to increase and, Mrs. Thurston Butler roll
Savings where
yon work. -
i the', height of its present 1,049- : All Your Life; July 24. "Don't and daughters, Linda and Ann

foot tower at Hallandale and that De a Orimmy;;' July 25/ "How,to have returned after a vacation Keep freedom 'In your ,future with

three, consultants to'"WTVJhaveMvLsed I Be Happy.,Though Married;:' and with relatives In Palatka. '

that only:. tower location July, 28, -The':End, of; the. 'Y ri4." .. ." U.S. SAVING,

fin Conservation :Area 'or '3, flea?' BONDS.
Mr. and ..Mrs Frank Brady and .
Andytown would be likely to win Mr. and,Mrs. Bill Moss and fam- 8.w..a ..
family are staying at the beach r. Pf.Page .... .., .qr t.. t\c.
FAA Searle's authorization.motion to approve the ill tains.are vacationing In the moun this week. They have as their ''rt...d &Ale Min/-/M,.. M.w....lrwe.u !'.. lls..t"! .a..ti.iw"'a c... ,i fr""{" '

guest Jcsde: Ann Sheffield.- Nt'0"

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The Treasury explains why the new ones you. buy and the ones

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..,' I:How does the new 3%% interest rate benefit me? check every six months for the life of the Bond. .
A: With Series E Bonds, the rate turns $18.75 into You buy E Bonds at 75% of face value and the
$25.00 fourteen months faster than the old rate. interest accumulates to maturity. H Bonds provide
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income for living expenses while E Bonds build of"
Your savings increase faster, because your Bonds
k mature in just 7 years, 9 months. nest egg for the future. That's why many retiredpeople
bold H-Bonds and families saving for, say,a
With Series H Bonds the maturity period
10-year 1iJd.', education, buy E Bonds. .
but interest is each
stays the same more paid you
. months.With both $ and H Bondi the'new.rate Q:In what denominations can I buy series B and series
. works out to 2H%for the first year and a'half; then H Bonds
,t a guaranteed 4% each year to maturity. At B Bonds: $25 (coat $18.75), $50 (cost $37.50)),.$100
t1' Q:When did the new rate become effective (cost $1 .OO), $200 (cost $150.00)), $500 :;1 '.
A: June 1,1959.' 0) (cost $375.00), $1,000 (cost $750.00), .I' I"
$10,000 (cost 7500.00). "."'
Q Does the new rate change the Bonds I bought be l'. .
Bonds 000.and ;
'" l : $500, $1,000, $5> $10,000. They ... < I
I fore June 1,1959? are priced at face value. .
.. JU All older and H Bonds pay more nOw-an extra I. '
Q How safe U.S. Bonds '
: are Savings I
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c Q: Will the Bond. I own automatically earn their new can only grow. .

\ rate? Qs What If my Bonds should, be lost, stolen pr d*
I Ai Yea. You don't need to do a thing-just bold on to stroyed? a .
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your At You can't lose. Every Bond purchased fa recorded t .
ft Whenjny B Boads mature, will they keep on earng by the Treasury. If anything al"lrlMta rr- to you
: fag interest? Bonds they are replaced fret.
A Yes.An automatic I&TMT extension privilege went
fe Where can I buy Boads? '
into effect along with the new interest rate. This "
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: what This Plan means you .
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Page Four The Everglade News, Canal Point Florida Friday .Xl1"1 1M3_

Mr. and Mrs. Sam McKinstry, Leave Policy Mad -:--

Jr., and family are expected home Lloai host I \-

I. [ PERSONAL NEWS NOTES T sJ' this weekend.Mr.. and Mrs.. Herman Dyess I tateraotfonal "ft .w.nt leaves(continued shall never from exceed page 1)more

___ have returned home after their than one per cent of all the instructional *

Col. and Mrs. W. S. Evans havegone Mr. and Mrs. James Weeks and I three week visit with relatives in and administrative per-

to Asheville North Carolina, family have returned home froma I Georgia.Mr. sonnel;
2 When health is the
reason for
for several weeks. weeks vacation in Tennessee
.r with relatives.Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Dowdy I the application, a report from a
Mrs. W. K. Buchanan has re and son of Lake Worth visited :Mr. physican approved by the Superintendent -

turned home from Lakeland where and Mrs.Bob Meyer and son and Mrs. E. C. Stapleton and family must accompany the ap-
she was a patient at Watson clin Butch returned to their home in I In their home over the week- plication;

ic. She Is able to be back at work. Hialeah. They were the guests of end and all had a barbecue cookout 3. In the case of those desirousof

her parents Mr. and Mrs. J. V. working, for an advanced de-
Mr. and Mrs. 1. F.
Thomas over the weekend.Mr. .r" gree, such persons must earn at
Mr. and Mrs. E.
sons Scottie and Mark and C Stapleton visited
least 12 hours of college credits
niece Jan Fitzgerald went to Lake and Mrs. M. M. Andrewsand Mrs. Edward McGehee over
official record of the
and file an
1\I Worth to visit his mother Mr*. daughter, Judy accompanist the weekend. Mr. McGehee Is in
with the
fact Superintendent
Betty Rosenberg for the Fourth of by Linda Butler, will spend a weekat the hospital and is reported to be ;
4. When the leave is used for
July. They 'Went on a picnic to, Fort Myers Beach. doing welL I
I travel, this must be Justified with

Phipps Park.I Mrs. C. B. Jones and Alton Mr. and Mrs. LaVerne' Humphries the Superintendent by first filingan

Mr. and Mrs. Lester Nichols and Jones left this week for Griffin, returned home last week itinerary and then prove such

son of Chipley are the ,guests of Georgia, and the North Carolina after touring and visiting relatives travel has been carried out.
Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Weeks.Mr. mountains.Mrs. in Florida and Alabama. Dr. Walter H. Campbell of I The order for considering applications
Miami Beach, Florida, was for this leave will be basedon
Childers Diana Graham has returned elected President of Lions In-
and Mrs. David E. F. H. Poteete and daughten a formula also voted by the
visited her i sister and brother-in- have returned home after a home after a visit with. her father : ternational at the Association's48th board.
law, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Hatton. month's vacation at Lantana and Dr. E. J. Graham. annual convention in Los

They were enroute home to North the Beach.Dr. Angeles, California, July 7-10. .e.
Carolina from Texas. Mrs. Jess Elliott and son, Mike, Lions International, with Dr. and Mrs. E. J. Graham have

and Mrs. Lester Hatlon and have gone to visit her. sister in 759,097 members in 132 coun- gone on a three weeks vacation.

:Mrs. Dalsey Myers of Ocala Is family are vacationing at the California. tries, is the world's largest serv- While on vacation they will attend

the guest of Mrs. Lena Miller. I beach. ice club organization.Lions the National Elks Convention in
Oliver has returned
Stapler home
International is best Miami.
John Sheffield is a patient at the I Mrs. Velma Hair left' Pahokee from Zellwood where he was en- known for its many youth programs ..

Good Samaritan Hospital where he Monday, July ,12, for Frankfurt, gaged in harvesting.Mr. community service
Mrs. Shackford and
underwent surgery on his eye. : Germany. She arrived ,In Frank- conservation Dorothy
projects sight ac-
and Mrs. J. L. Humphrey, children accompanied by their'
: furt, Tuesday, July 13, where she tivities and aid to the blind.
Mr. and Mrs. Tommy Miller and joined her husband who is in the Sr., have returned home after a Last Lions Clubs aroundthe cousin Bill Frasure visited their
son Billy and'Grandson Joey returned U. S. Service. visit with relatives in Georgia. world completed more than grandmother, Mrs. Mae Galloway
home Sunday from a vacation in Indiantown.
They home 430.000 individual community
were accompanied by
Williams had .
at Lake Placid. Mr. and Mrs. Jake
the; 1 r' granddaughter, Thereat -pro.1ect .
as their guests their son and
Mr. and Mrs. E. O. Winch and
:Mr.: and Mrs. F. F. Burr left Mr. and Mrs. Weathers.:
for several weeks vaca- daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Wilkinson, Mr. and Mrs. Weldon Cardin hadas
Uon with friends and relatives in John Williams and family. Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Thurston Butler Jr., and family have returned their guests Mr. and Mrs. Anthony

N Tallahassee and Avon Park. Williams returned to Orlando Monday have as their house guests their home from their vacation to the Abbott from Pittsburgh,
'and his family: remained for a three grandchildren. Springs. ( Penn.

Mrs. C. H. Tlllls has been visit week's visit with his parents.

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ing daughter.Mr. I Mr. and,Mrs. E. C. Pittman and

I family left Friday for a two-week
.'and Mrs. Wiley Tillis and I
grandson ,Frankie left Saturday. vacation in North Carolina.

They were the weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. D. M. Hillier will
Mr. and Mrs. Virgil of Wilson, N. I
have as their guests, Mr. and Mil.Clarence .
C. enroute to take Frankie to ''Bush from Jacksonville.

I Camp Ridgecrest for five weeks. I They will spend the week. They Y

.Mr. and Mrs. Willard Thomas are here to visit her father on his

and daughter of St." Marys, Georgia birthday. A family party was

., were the weekend guests of given for him Monday night, July s ,

Mr. and Mrs. J..,V.:.Thomas.Mr. : 12' I t

and Mrs. Donald B. Keppare Mr. and Mrs. Joe Hatton Jr.,

spending the rapnth of July at spent some time in the Keys.

the Edgewater'-motel. at Naples I Mr. and Mrs. D. M. Hillier, will

Beach.Mr. leave next week for Massachusettsto .

and Mrs. J. P. Parker ac- see his two brothers and three :" ,

companied by Mrs. Groover of sisters. Mrs. J. T. Holden will ac-

West Palm Beach are at Sanlbel company them.IN .

for a vacation.
Cocoa arrived July 13th to stay a BEACH COUNTY.,
few days with Mr. and Mrs. W. A. IN CHANCERY NO. C4 C ISM C :' ;
In Re: '
Cross Jr. MATTER Or ADOPTION .w.. _
Mr. and Mrs. J. V. Thomas, Jr., a-k-a DAUQHTREY ADOPTIONTO '
and daughters Kelly Address unknown
were the guests of Mrs. Thomas' NOTICE TO DEFEND 15t
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Kelly of Ft. You are hereby notified that a Petition
for Adoption hM been tiled in the
Pierce for several days. of Infant
above styled Court for adoption
Karen Wlnn spent the weekend a-k-a DAT7OHTRSY born at Lake
Mr. and Mrs Worth. Palm Beach County Florida on
with her parents,
July 22nd. 1904 to DIANA SUSAN
James Wlnn. She is staying in DACOHTRXY. You are hereby commanded
West Palm Beach where she is go- to fue with the above Court i'o
the original of your Answer or other
ing to summer school. defenses on or before the 18th day of
August 1943,' and Immediately: thereafter -
M.. and Mrs. it. O. Crosby and serve a copy of said Aiuwer or
time at Other drfenje upon CHARLES B. >
family are spending some
OUTHarDGE. Attorney at Law. City
the beach in Lake Worth. Center Building Lake Worth. Florida:
otherwlae the allegation of said Petition -
k r. and Mrs. Cecil Hall and will be taken .. confessed by

family returned home Sunday from you.Dated this Mb day of July. 19 S.
Smoky Mountains. Enroute hometheyrvislted JOHN !S. DUNKXJB
Clerk: of Circuit Court .. -
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph l'
Ainsworth in Atlanta, 0&.. tad 1 vttnaddU A ; -

Mrs.Kail's mother in Plant City. : "1\ a* puty Crset ..... We'll
\ 'Atlanta Attorney at'Lafc". ..". .r. .' ; ? ge| :goignow-here
:Mr. and Mrs. Garrett from Slt-220 City Center Building :
: Ga. visiting her par- Lake Worth Florida r,
: are Publish: July 15.23. 30 and Aug. .. INS A
enU'Mr. and'Mrs. A. H. Scruggs. '


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Notice is hereby given that'the Your Standard Man is welcome when
undersigned, under, the provisions a sight saving time can V-

THEATRE of Chapter 20,953, Laws of Florida, save you from costly repairs and delays. can help you A ;
PRINCE Acts of 1941, will register with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court, In and make productive,use of every working hour. That's why you

PAHOKEE. FLA. for Palm Beach County, Florida, value his on-time deliveries as his quality fuels
upon receipt of proof of publication
of this notice, the fictitious name, and lubric nts. You trust him, too, as an expert in the care

SUNDAY\ MONDAY TUESDAY to-wit SOUTH: BAY FLORIST of your farm equipment. He's a mighty good neighbor to know. :-. ;

JULY 18-19-20 South Bay, Florida For unmatched service, call the Standard
Under which I am engaged In STANDARD
''TICKLE'ME'' business in South Bay Palm Beach | Oil Distributor-a local man who knows "' .

County, Florida. That the party V OH L sssa" your needs and can serve them quickly.

interested in said business is Sadie

ELVIS PRESLEY AND Barwick. That ,the firm name Is ss-" We take better care of your equipment

JOCELYN lANE South Bay Florist.
To be published once a week for .

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Six TIlt Everglades News Canal( Point, Florida grtday) July 18x.19 6SI


'f e.,,Richard,G Fallen general.director -
Mary Frances, Arnold of the fealivaL ..

To Wed Ralph JonesMr. The proclamation stated the festival -
I I[News= IE Churches] "has achieved Increasing national -

I and Mrs. Bennett Brookerof and International recognition -

4708 El Nueva Ave., Fort as an outstanding cultural. l
that "it is -
Pierce, Fla., announce the engage- achievement particularly commendable because)t

St. Peter's Lutheran First Baptist Canal Point 1pg 9f Mary Mi\'es Amold 'givers 'taat>)t of our young people

,- to Ralph D. Jones ao-at-lfr opportunities,develop their talents -
Church, Belle Glade Church, Pahokee Baptist Church and Mrs. J H. Jones Pahokee. and skills in this field."

Miss Arnold is a graduate of .

August Koerber, Pastor Guthrie W. Colvard, Pastor Lawrence Stewart. Pastor Martin County High School and Patterson CircleIn
601 W. Lake Rd., Belle Glade SUNDAY SUNDAY: for the pas; three years has been
SUNDAY: 9:45 a. zn.-:Sunday School 9:45 a. m.-Sunday School employed as secretary in the of- Monday MeetingThe
Divine Services 11 A. M. 11OQ! a. m.-Morning Worship 11:00: a. m.-Morning Worship fice of Keen Real Estate, Paho
School 9:45: A' M. 6:3Q p. m.-Training1 Union 6:30: p. m.-Training Union kee. Mr. Jones is a graduate of the lone Patterson Circle of the

7:45: p. m.-Evening Worship. 7:30 p. m.-Evening Worship Pahokee High School and is engeged Canal Point Baptist Church held

Holy Nativity WEDNESDAY: WEDNESDAY: in farming with his father. its regular meeting at the church
7:30: p. m.-Prayer Service 7:30: p. m.-Prayer Meeting The wedding has been set for i Monday afternoon July 12th. '
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Episcopal ChurchPahokee -+ A.
7:30 p. m., August 6, at the First Mrs. C. B. Jones, vice-president
First Baptist The Pahokee ChurchOf Methodist Church in Pahokee. No presided over the business part of

invitations are being sent, but all the ,meeting due to the absence of
Rev. William. Pickets, Vicar Church, Canal PointRev. The NazareneRev. friends of the couple are invited to Mrs. J. L. McCall.

SUNDAY the wedding and the reception. Mrs. Paul Rardin was in chargeof
8:00: A. *. -Holy Communion. James Harrison WUlard KIlpatrick the program. The subject of the
t SUNDAY: 433 Bacom Point Rd. program was "The Tithe". Taking
First Methodist 9:45 a. m.-Sunday School I Phone 924-7528 P. O. Box 862 July And AugustA part In the program were Mrs. J.

11:00 a. .Morning Worship SUNDAY SERVICES: solo Theatre Time D. Latham, Mrs. W S. Cross and
Church, Pahokee 6:30 p. m.-B. T. C. 9:45: a. m.-Sunday School Mrs. Alma Nail.

7:30 p. m.-Evening Worship 11:00 a. in.-Sunday Worship SARASOTA A. Delicious refreshments were
John A. Briley, Pastor WEDNESDAY: 6:30 p. m.--Juniors signed by Gov. Haydon Bums has served by Mrs. W. A. Baker to
7:30 :Midweek 7:00 p. m.-Sunday Evening:
SUNDAY: I p. m.- Prayer nine members.
designated July and August as
9:45: a. m.-Church School Service... WEDNESDAY Evangelistic Asolo Theatre Festival months in Next meeting will be held August
11:00: a. m.-Morning Worship : Florida. The Festival was declaredthe ninth at the church at 2:30p.
7:45: p. m.-Evening Worship Church Of Christ 7:30 p. m.-Midweek Prayer official State Theatre of Florida m. Mrs. M. F. George will be
meetlnig. hostess and Mrs. W. S. Groan! win
""Where butonce" during the recent legislative
you are a stranger
125 N. W. Avenue D session. have the program.
Glades Baptist ChurchRev. Phone WY 6-3887 -- e. -
Secretary of State Tom Adams \
Belle Glade, Fla. represented the governor on openIng Jon Mock, son of Mr. and Mrs.
( Jonathan L. Wolf) SUNDAY SERVICES Church Of God, night when Shakespeare's Rupert Mock, has Joined his aunt
Meets in Pahokee Lions Club 10:00: a. m.-Bible Study Barfield HighwayPahokee "Hamlet" was presented in the and uncle, Mr. and Mrs. Donald B.
Building 11:00: a. m.-Morning Worship 18th century theatre. Adams read Kepp, who are on vacation in

SUNDAY SCHOOL- ::45 a. m. 7:30 p. m.-Evening Worship. Fla. I[ the proclamation and presented Naples.
7:30 :>Bible A. L. Stone, Minister
7:30 p. m. : p. m Study
Phone 9241363S'
SUNDAY B. Y. F.-6:30 p. m. rt its a
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WED. PRAYER-7:30 a
South Side ChurchOf 0:45 a. m.-Sunday School'
-w. 11:00 a. m.-Morning Worship ENJOY OEIICHTFUL SUMMER t
The Church Of God 7:30 p. m.-Evangelistic Ser w*!

Of Prophecy, PahokeeCanal Belle Glade-across from viceTUESDAY: ftdtn '

Point Road Bowling Alley on Rd.,80 7:30 p. m.-Youth for' Christ
1000a. m.-Bible Study Service
John H. Kinard, pastor '11:00: a. m.-Morning Worship Weekend Specials : :

10: a. m.-Sunday School 6:30: p. m.-Evening Service, The Methodist Church
11:00: a. m.-Preaching Service 7:30: p. m.-Wed. Bible Study

7:45: p. Evangelistic .. Canal Point, FloridaEdward on Beautiful !

8:00: p. m. Tuesday-V.L.B. Miss Jennie Williams F', Norton,.,Pastor. I
8:00: p.: m. Thursday-W.ALB. SUNDAY: FLORIDA ,
Everyone (welcome. Special Weds C. R. Hitchcock 9:45: a. m.-Sunday School 7It1l"

music and singing. I --- 11:00 a. .-Morning Worship

I Miss Jennie Meade Williams, 6:45: p. m.-Evening Worship .Championship 18 Hole GOLF Courses-and I-
daughter of Mrs Margaret Com-
St Mary's Catholic ett, of Lexington, Kentucky, and 8:00 p. ,m-r Woman' Society Fabulous Ocean and Lake FISHING Daily
Church Lt. Charles Ronnie Hitchcock of 1st TuesdayWEDNESDAY
Ft. Knox, Kentucky, son of C. H. : SWIMMING, SKIN DIVING, WATER SKIING and BOATING
Hitchcock of Canal Point and Mrs 7:30 p. m.-Prayer Meeting
Father Francis Fennech, Pastor .. film. kick Shorn until tottl JM ipartnwnt Ktommoditlont at KM offend it
Mable Hitchcock of Milledgeville sat IN slaw riln.Located dutctiy 01 the Atlanta OCIM.. Oils island paradiseh
Sunday Mass 11:30: a. m. Georgia, were married Friday, SURPRISE PARTYA surrounded by IZ loll counts for duly. pia, Drift.fonlitf lit ipetW ritnJ./ cktrtoror
Confessions before Mass I June 9, at the Lafayette Christian surprise party was given for outboard ranUlf( vttl dtlifht! ivtry nvitr, Bring yow OM pat Ttera'i ucilltnt
MKtm k tan.
docking and UuncWof iKlUtie* Ont flondii lined taWnf
If' Church in Lexington, Kentucky.The Pam Boe Friday, July ninth, at the hat M toupiHlw. wntMd or beta to DM Pita Soacnn. Vfclt or writa todjy.
V Rev. Kendrick Anderson officiated home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Karen Johnson Has at the double ring cere Olaf Boe. :Many of her friend at 430 ACCOMMODATIONS ,

A Birthday Party mony. tended. .. .
.. AiM IIACH IHOIII 141S'' auouneosp.
The bride wore a street length,
0. sos tall VIllA sisal, NASHIM
Dr. and Mrs. EL C.,Jolm on gave long sleeved white alencoa lace Mr. and Mrs. Charles Maxson .Mts.y eMpeerl wllallIMM lid 1'ss' bsdMIM
I sheath and her headpiece was left Thursday fog a,, tore weeks
their Karen birthday
daughter a I fashioned with wisps of white illus ,vacation. They will meet relatives'in tWIll -
party Friday, July ninth, at the
Lions Club. It was Karen's 13th ion and a white lace bow. She car- Mississippi and go on to Yellowstone AflOaasiat

birthday. The party was from ried a small leather Bible to which National Park, California, 1rAft-.

i I seven-thirty to twelve-thirty. For was, attached,!;?r. corsage. of miniature and Into Washington State. .. ', ......f.. ,.,,, ,, '.
entertainment everyone d8J1ced.She' white rtMe buds. I .
had Pahokee's local band, I Mk ,Judy Stack of Ft Knox, I ,--- -- ---T- .
tia maid of
the Playboys. The Building was
honor. She was costumed in a pale
decorated with Pink and White
Many kinds of pink long sleeved crepe. dress with
crepe paper. rer
1 served. witching hat: and;earned 'a small *}'
freshments were Chape

rones were Dr. and Mrs. J.ohnaoh; ", cprsage",of, white rose man':buds.; for. the hinking 1 Ut Building:
:Mrs. Johnson's mother, and Mrs.. Serving as beat
: Louise Hodges. groom{was hU'fathejVp: : ,.H.Hitch f !

L )_ -- in cock..frs'Kentucky/Hitchcock and Europe attended where schools she THEN YOU'LL WANT TO; SEEpS! :: :}

resided with her/,mother andthe: I

Classified Ads, latq,W.V.,,Cornell.Mr. :
Hitchcock Is a graduate of' If your summer vacation is over and you are thinking of

I POSITIVELY want tda ot Paboke? *,High'School and:Tin, Cit
classifieds, as you wish to call adel in Charleston Sotto, Carolina building a new home-you'll want to come and see Ever-
advance from and is preaenUy stationed at Ft.
them are payable in
his day forward. Don't phone 'em. Knox, where' the couple plan to glades Federal in Belle Glade or tour branch office in

Write it and dgp; a dollar bill in readde.
the envelope if you want It run A reception. was. given at the. Pahokee. You will find.the friendly; folks in either place
hom ot bride's mother following
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and so on.tVUATS the wedding. when itcomes to
Among the out-of-town guests very helpful making plans a new

IN TIlE ATTIC that you" present were C. H. Hitchcock Mrs.
don't need? A $1.00 classified adn Rieder Schell, Carolyn Gaelen, home-and the money to build it. Drop by either place

this column will probably find Sharon Schell of Cincinnati Ohio,
you a sale. Just writer your ad, en- Miss! Judy Stack of Ft Knox Ken and make inquiry. You'll be glad you did.
Jose a dollar and we'll do the rest. tucky and Ben Miller Osborn of

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FOR SALE: New and Used Willyt
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Jeeps. Walter Ashley's Garage
And Loan AssociationACCOUNTS
in Belle Glade, Phone 63058. ville will leave this afternoon for
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SEPTIC TANK Service available union. The Coffee Shop operated I Pahokee Belle, GladeI
by. calling, m.. \Ve ,do excellent; by the Turbevllles will be closed I -
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Paae IIpt The Eve rgladea Nerve, Canal Point Florida Friday, July 16, 1965v
fish. To determine the value of ject to the first 'atudy of this na HENDERSONS VACATION visit in North Carolina on the way:
organisms living within the rootsof ture, and fishery biologist and I Pahokee High School Principal up and in Kentucky on the way
hyacinths, an analysis of the fishermen in the southern states I Brooks Henderson and Mrs. Hen back. They plan to be gone three
stomach contents of various size that are affected by hyacinths are I derson will leave today ,for a va weeks.
- game fish will be made by the awaiting the findings of the study cation which will take them to the .
+ I : ,.. fishery. biologist.The that should be completed in July New York World's Fair and a tour Leigh Cross returned home from
rr Withlachoochee River Pro- 1966. of New England states. They will Cocoa Sunday. .

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Athens. Dr. Elam is a :, and the new one: t' '
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Society Dr. Elam of the has Sigma accepted XI. a position ; : ,When you call Long Distance in-Florida, ; .

Assistant, on University the Professor faculty, Starkville in of the MississippiState Depart-, as ;r':' be sure to give the operator the proper, -,'; ,

s" Forestry.ment there of beginning Botany He will July and begin the 1, 1965.his School duties of ', 'Area Code if needed. You'll save time. ;; '..

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>I. Heading the Wlthlachoochee t'' : .4" accurate service

Project is veteran fishery biologist '. "

Harold Moody, of Leesburg. ,/ I: use them whenever you call Long Distance. ; I I'I

,Assisting Moody with the hyacinth ; .
study will be J. B. Copeland, t I \
fish management aid and two hy-
acinth control crews with air boats (Remember:After 8 p.m. weeknIghts and anytime Sundays you can call station-to-station anywhere in Floridafor
and control equipment. 65c or less; anywhere In the continental U.S.except( Alaska) for $1.00 or less. 3-minute rates; add tax.)

According to Moody, the WlUila-
coochee project will study the effects -
of hyacinths and hyacinth
control on the fish population and
sport fishery of the river. The area
designated for the* study is considered
one of the most heavily utilized -
rivers by sport fishermen of any
.river /, .tate. This portion of
the river is estimated to provide 904xq
.. 240,000 man days of fishing per7ear ;

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,lrea two will receive chemical
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control the hyacinths to a border
I or fringe not to exceed eight feet
from either bank of the river.
Area three will receive a maximum -

hyacinth. eradication treat-
r ment.
All three areas will be sbjected
to equal fisherman creel census
during and .after the study. The
creel census survey is designed to
determine if there is any difference :
I in fisherman catch rate and
species caught between the treat
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river. _
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Icalfl'used to control hyacinths la a
fi I'' harmone type herbicide and huM
known effect on fish or animal
I'' life however, the Wlthlachoochee
project will determine If this her
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found-on hyacinth roots and to ", ,
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