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Title: The Everglades news
Alternate title: Belle Glade news
Alternate Title: News
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Everglades News Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Canal Point Palm Beach County Fla
Creation Date: July 8, 1960
Publication Date: -1967
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Canal Point (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Belle Glade (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Palm Beach County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Palm Beach -- Canal Point
United States -- Florida -- Palm Beach -- Belle Glade
Coordinates: 26.861944 x -80.630556 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1924.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 44, no. 30 (Sept. 29, 1967).
General Note: Editor: Howard Sharp, <1924-1928>.
General Note: Publisher: Louis S. Goolsby, <1929>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 37 (Nov. 21, 1924).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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Succeeded by: Glades observer
Succeeded by: Everglades observer

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t July 8, 1960 PUBLISHED WEEKLY' IN, CANAL PO Y PA RARDIN

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: C1RCULATINGTHROUGHOUT' \ THE, VAST AGRICULTURAL, AREA OF, M BE COUNTY

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Pepper Sauce NewHobbyOfEV.Pugh John'DunkIeHead: I II I i.Q : cR sj sj$950)lOflOO Boltons Will Take iiint! Slashes

I Young Democrats. Three Weeks, Rest
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Cuban Sugar QuotaProspective
John Dunkle, clerk of the criminal Mrti and Mrs, John Bolton will ;

courts!, has been:'elected pres- I close their'popular Boltons Rexall
dent'of the Democratic' Club !
M. V. Pugh in Pahokee has several young Drug Store in Pahokee Saturday sugar cane growersIn
of Palm Beach
County.
hobbies but his latest one has night:for a three weeks rest and the Lake Okeechobee Region
Other new officers are Mrs Shirley *
attracted, the attention of many of vice 1 I vacation. While away from Paho- have kept a close watch on the do-
Zalla first recorded
president; Another land' sale was
his friends-raising multicolored I kea Mr. -and Mrs. Bolton plan to ings in Congress for the past 10
Charles" Adams second vice -
president to the circuit clerk's office 01Wednesday..that ,
peppers and'king pepper:' sauce ; Miss Ann Bohnon, secretary,I I, is of. interest tof visit several spots of interest but days to see' what action: that body
not in 57 varieties but J.5 different and Tim O'Hara treasurer. they will also spend some time at would take on the Cuban sugar
colors and flavors. Pugh,.as .lie is folks in the Lake Okeechobee Re-I)
: Hot returning of the
Springs Ark., before quota. The recent action
Members' of the board of direct
I gion.. This tine it was a tract of approximately 'i
familiarly known to his many, .
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ors, forthe coming. year vwill be and opening their store again Congress in giving President Eisen-
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many 'barber shop patrons started Alvin 'Zalla, John F. Thomas,' Joel? 4,000 acres lying north one,Monday morning. August 1. hower the power and authority to
raising pepper plants not too many Dates; Harry Johnstone: n and'of the West Palm Beach canal and I .. cut ,the Cuban quota as he determines -
months ago. [east of Canal Point,$950,000.00.. I
has
Doyle Rogers. 'r bet for America,
From the small' beginning, the ---- t Sellers were: Alex Ramey and "Good ,Offer"MadeOn'Richlands again stirred interest here where
tonsorial artist began looking for his wife Ann of Canal Point. Buy many thousands of acres of cano

different kinds' and colors of peppers FloodBoardWillMeetlnWBToday ers were: are growing annually.
Rent
and he has come'up with many Tokaliga: Farms. : Company Many farmers,' who now grow
of varied hues., When they are'the ''I
Chanticleer Farms Company \1 vegetables have expressed a desire -
proper color he adds the necessary Okeechobee Farms Company :Members of the State 0;tc to grow a certain amount of

spices and ylnegar and puts them Osceola Farms Company. net who comprise the member- sugar cane if the quota wag arranged -
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up in odd 'shaped clear bottles, The Central and Southern Florida Each of, th. four buying companies -I ,.Bb p-oa the* Internal Improvement -- so it would be possible:

thus making a handsome displayon Flood Control District's' ,Govern, a' is a corporation" and no individuals Fund board of trustees and Here is what the sugar bill passed,

severaJ.shelves'ot'his. shop. ing Board has scheuuiea its,regular were named. The deed handle sale of all state lands, by Congress,provides:
}, Pugh, during the foot ball season -" monthly meeting in West Palm .
The President "shall determine
gave their'Addt'ess in care of a I'I said Tuesday they have, a propo-
is always' at home on the loudspeaker Beach.-for todAy",, it is announcedby I law firm in,West Palm Beach.The ', action. in regard to Richlands, the quota; for Cuba for the.
y telling,the gridiron patrons ,FCD Executive Director G. E. sale was subject to a $340,000.00 balance of calendar year 1960,and

play by play happening of the Dail. Jr. mortgage I Inc.They said there have been Indications for the three months period end'

Blue Devils and their opponents. A highlight of the meeting will .- that the cabinet will ing March 31, 1961, In such

r. During'he' summer Barber, Pugh be the Board's acceptancefrom the amounts as he ,shall find to bet.
Is interested in Little League base U. S., Corps of Engineers .of the WEATHERAt get an offer from one group in the national interest."

;, ball and the many youngsters,who first section of Canal 24:plus Canal SF of South Florida residents to :This means power to suspend all

go to make up;the various s. coma 23A in the,.south part;of'S*..'Lucie U. ,Sugar Plant Field I lease the, entire tract, for some or part 'of the still unfilled 10GO
'!Ps. .However, his f .latest County.nea r Stuart, built.at'a: 'costoLS$15,000 Station. at Canal Point. $65,099.
.. : Cuban quota, find to reduce or,aus- I
bobby 1 Date .
!- --_ -r..scm., ejtoing{&' :?plenty..-hot }17i W spWwayl 4, 'fot..c.f .. -.--:44JUrig .-'_ 'I",!:.-n.--T f--p.. -.RainfaBLucie _'11-__"' ..wG The Lt: trustee,.?. thought ahC, chat I Pen dtrWbwesfof:,Cuban.sugar;efi!f a/... .- :... (--_.:.. {i
ji *v 5" r 7-1 the drat three months of 1961. !
r/ > riena 'of* i j his- ; ciao't!;eve,'*-pit, ca edin the'cane( near ike,'.:Sun- 29 ..w..t'. '7fpne r. f- r : ed.:mt .they had reserved the .' Authority to> also, take from

.' just drop by his shop"and ask for !< el ine parkway,_will alsc.be J taken 0 ; 9i '11 .00 rigitts to, ten*down say and all Cuba the 165,000 ion extra quota to

a sample of his latest sauce_ _jmakiBg- over from the Corps "for bene- July,'1 i 94, 9.00 .bids,aad'could 00.-110 to. take the which she would be entitled under

.... effort. \ fStat&WeliariAid Ben occupuicy" pending! its:final JWy 2, 93 69 .91 lease offer. .. existing law to make up for anticipated -

check-out. July is" 93 68 ..00 .- deficits' in 1960 produc-

Section 2 of Canal.2(, which is July'4 9368'' .00 Mr. and Mrs. J. P*:, Parker of tion in Hawaii and Puerto Rico.
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costing $1,220,000, and continues July ,5, 92 69 ..00 Canal Point and Ricky were week ':This tonnage would be 'allocated
the project across the county, is end guests at, The Ambassador in "
United States
to the producersifthey
'(Goes.To 5,130 Folks reported about 25 per ,cent com Canal system, on completion, Palm Beach.:They were accompan can produce enough to fill it.
: plete. Ball said: an official.,ectrio-! will have the, benefit of more than led by Mr. and Mrs Earl Maxson amounts 'can't"supply
Any they
,. mic survey had shown that the(.St. 2-% tunes its cost. and-Mike of Canal'Point.
could be purchased from other
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Thomas E., Penick, Chairman pf .. # ,, .. ." countries. '. '

District 10 Welfare Board of the The rest ,of: the tonnage taken '

, State Department of Public Welfare from Cuba would be divided this f
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',, ._ reported that In Palm: Beach; : To Panama, Costa Rico, Haiti,

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County 5,130 were assisted
persons Netherlands
Formosa and The ,
.,', In the four categories of public enough to ,raise' their 1980 quotasto

assistance for the month of June. TO SELL PELICAN BAY BOTTOM 10,000 ,tons. '(These quotas now I '

: ". A total of 1,725, persons. receiv- are as low as about 3,000 ton). '
>' ed Old Age Assistance in the To the Philippines 15 per cent; I

amount of $88,222.00... 85 persons and the remaining ,&5 per cent id

received Aid to the Blind, totaling the so called full duty countries \
$5,247.00. '813 families; represent ,; _a KNOWN: AS HIGHLANDS. 'I INC.Thursday which already have quotas. ":J'
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.-:rmg. ;2,452 children' receved"'Aid to ;. The 15 per cent: and"85 per cent f 4

f. Dependent Children in the amount .: .......- quotas would apply during the
of 196 received first three months of 1961. ', -.J
$49,687.00. .
:.. :Y' persons
; ;: ,, ; Aid to.the Disabled,the amount ,,, July 28*, I960, .is she meat of bidder's ;intended ,use and' survey and legal description by If these purchases were less than ,
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fi; r ':"" of '1122900. date .for public:auction yof. 2,5 96 description of method by.which,bldr Registered Land Surveyor withinsix the United States needs, the President .I
:"., < .1 addition'4l1 acres. of muck land in, Richlands* maintain effectivewater months after sale confirmed would be empowered to buy '11;
t. /. In children receivedservice der plans to
Ino; accordingto i information Failure' to do so Swill render con the additional needed, amounts =!
ft.,c t't .:<'5j -' -. -during:"the: month.. !-53 of made'public by the,Trustees of the control and drainage,.accompanied tract subject to forfeiture and can- from any foreign countries ,J
; whom were In 'foster homes. The by certified or cashiers' this week President -
Internal Improvement .Fund who cellation. On Wednesday of :t;
t '"' total state and local cost for thso handle sale of 'public lands. The checks in amount not less than 5% I I Contract"will be adjusted to'con- Eisenhower took advantage of j

I. child welfare services was $10- sale Is scheduled to be held at the of total price bid as computed using form to surveyed actual area, with the power granted him by Con j;

i 775.14. Glades Office Building and .is, estimated parcel areas shown on 1 credit of any over .payment based gress and slashed the Cuban quotaon :II

t T f. There were 9 adoption petitions schedule to start at 10 a. m. map used at faking of bids. I on estimated area. Contracts allow sugar. Reprisals by the Cuban ,

r d studied for the Circuit Court. ,Competitive bids will be received In event bids are rejected check I payment of balance in nine semiannual government. are expected .momentarily. I

.. .'. These are children placed in homes for,the sale of 36 separate parcels will be returned. If high bids are I installments including: six L (

Independent of service: through ai of.the reclaimed lake bottomland confirmed by Trustees for deed or per cent interest.Trustees ;.1
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licensed child, 'placing agency, and the parcels being In estimated contract the sum so paid will be I will: provide easement >,,4 :!

i '; the Welfare Board Is responsible areas of 42 acres to 104 acres, to- credited to purchase by contract or [130 feet ,each side of centerline of Urban Renewal ; : '; 'i

according to law to make these talling 2,595.acres.. "MinImum bid deed. In event confirmed high bids 1 existing Canal "A" between U. S. .I
reports to the court. .per acre has'been:set at $453.00.. are not consummated by deed or I!|I Levee and State Road 715 for disI Gets Federal AidTALLAHASSEE ,
I Parcels included' for include ,contract within 30 after confirmation ------ '
: Palm Beach. County is also represented bidding days I position of drainage waters from ,
\ on the District 10 Welfare easements for existing drainage : the bidders' right to purchase -! Pelican Bay tract. -It was announced f i

Board by the Rev. Paul M.Cassen, ;canals and access, viz:, 75 feet I under such bids will be subject -I I All pumps, buildings fences and I recently. that the Florida :
each. side of centerline of existing to forfeiture and the,sum paid:![other equipment: including pump I Development- Commission will be !
Mrs.,Helen R. Tedder, Mrs. Helen >
t canal "A" and 50 feet each side subject forfeiture_ as liquidated!and buildings on easement. last helped in Its planning program by .,:
D. Woodward; West Palm, Beach '
of centerline of existing Lateral damages. I{mentioned are property of Rich- a Federal grant of $12.500 from '!
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and Airs.-Doris.i.Sasser. .Pahokee. Canals. Easement areas are not deductible Contract for purchase must be lands, Inc., Pahokee. Florida: and the Urban Renewal Administration. .1

from parcels nor from consummated within 30.days after are subject to removal by owner ,_ : 'x.These I

i: Miss Marilyn -Mock'. left yesterday purchase prices. date of confirmation of sale, with"within 90 days after ,taking'of funds' matched 'toy-:' the !

with her: aunt :Mrs.: EddieSchoeppel On or.before August 8, 1960 the(I payment of not less than onefourth parcel bids. Trustees will assume state will finance a statewide-popu .:

,: and family of Belle high bidders' are 'required to file total estimated .purchase price no liability for any drainage, flood lation study which will be'extremely :
f' ;Glade, for.'a visitJntthe. 'mountains with the Trustees of the Internal] based on parcel" areas mentioned ing nor participation in any drainage helpful to the commission In ';

'- to' ,North Carolina.'.- -,* '* Improvement Fund a: signed state-I above. Purchasers must furnish or water,control project. planning future,'oper tlol\&" :., !
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'*': v 1'e Two The Everglades News Cahal Point Florida Friday, July 8, 1960
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.', May came- in the service industry 1,700 fewer jobless workers in May
.. meSeasoialSpurts.TALLAHASSEE Has group with a 14,500 drop including!down to 76,000. However, this'was

, f. 10,900 in hotels. ,us the- winter tour-t f 1,200 above the figure of 74,800 for
i S -i ix t istvseason ended and the Pre-sum-I I May of 1959. The decline In unemployment -

mer season lull appeared. j from April was seasonal
.-.. ; !/_ I 1 1 .. .1.1.l Commission economist, RobertB. .resulting largely from outmigration. -
: Seasonal '. Beasley. said that while the'May There was also some decline in

III} cutbacks in citrus and tourist-re:I j downturn in employment was "nor- i unemployment. in agriculture and

: 111 / lated industries caused- Florida mal ant!.expected, our,growth margin -J I among construction workers as ,
nonfarm. employment uto_ decline of '3.6 pet tent above the year ,employment in this industry began 4
II 29,000 In May down to I. O.800.ago figure is not. In the past 10 to increase seasonally. Trade and
reports Florida Industrial'Commis- :years ,Florida, has grown at about service workers unemployment on

f sion Chairman.;:James T. Vocelle. seven per cent a year and anything the other handincreased.
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The May estimates showed ..y.- lesii than this is"below par for this ----- -W

f .1., I 000 more workers than in the same State. The decrease in our growth !'' Democracy StillIsAVitalForce

; a The Rardin Building In Canal Point, FloridaTHE .month last year a 3.6 per cent:rate began in August of last year
., gain. All industry groups shared '!and has continued to show a slight .
LAKE'OKEECHOBEB._REGION HOME OF the overtheyeargrowth except'drop each month 5ince.

construction which was 14,000employees Beasley said, "The. primary dragon MIAMI-Speaking at the University -

L : I :rIlE f-MUil: ="A1S) NEWS: : ,or x 10.9 per ,cent,, below I expansion: n.this. period has of Miami recently..Senator i

the May of 1959 mark. I been construction.. This industryhas I peorge. Smathers told a commencement
.1 -. : Serving the Lake'Okeechobee Fanning, Without: ___ .. "The current estimate of non-; felt, the Effects' .of high] Interest audience "Our democracy
Than 30" farm May did not rates 'and some ioverbttitd The
L" Interruption yeryWeek' .
r Established March i>l.i924; / Published.Every Friday show as big a drop expected as.,reduced volume of construction js isn't ready for the rocking chair.
# our index of employment, adjusted treflected' not only in lower employment -I We can defeat the Communists
.. _.Subscription. Pxice$2rfO Year ,In .Advance, for seasonal variations, increased levels in this industryrbuk but to do so we 'must launch a

:The.Everglades'News.Is'Entered'at; ,the:Post Office two points to'205," said Vocelle. also in such industries as lumber* political counter-offensive based on

_Jn,Canal.Pptot, Florida, as Second Class'Matter ;In 'contrast. to its big over-the- scone, clay and glass products; and a strategy, not of stalemate, but,
Y .. year drop, construction employ- abricated metals." of victory. "- .
_ .. PaulJiardin ': >Owner,.:Editor,. Pablkher ment was the only,industry groupto '"In addition," Beasley noted. '.all. I "I see no reason why we placidly

show a May gain, increasing by major industry division are experiencing i ought to accept a world system
Screens,-Poison AndSanitation'Control secticide may be available purchased com- 200 workers but considerably less'. growth. rates below the. which concedes initiative to the
I mercially. ,If not ready
\ some }insecticides maybepurchased than normally expected at the average of the past ten years reflecting -I Communists and leaves us forever +
prepared: in the concentrate form spring season of the year when a rather general slowing:'on the defensivd.!! \

nnoying.House.Flyt .; applied according; to building usually is in its peak period :- down of growth, rates." I "We need ,to be as passionately
and mixed
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____ in Florida. \ The commission figures indicate devoted to. oifr form of revolution
recommendatons on thq container l
GAINESVILLE-House flies .do* label.Turnpike. Biggest work, force reductions in total unemployment dropped by has the Communists are to theirs."

not bite but.they annoy people and QQ ----r .
., animals and ,may spread diseases,
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according to J. E. Brogdon entomologist Traffic

with ,the Florid8..Agricul- I I'I
r tural ,Extension Service.
They treed In fermenting animal Sets New Record ,

, and ,vegetable :matter and I

other filth. Screens, insecticidesand I
FT. LAUDERDALE-Traffic on
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ance sanitation in house fly are control.major import- the"Sunshine State Parkway in I \ :Phone 511.Pahokee Phone WY 6-2550 Belle Glade
May showed.an increase of 21.percent .
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,Since house ;flies have,,been able
over the same month a year '
to develop resistance to most of Chairman SALES and SERVICE t.
Thomas,B. Manuel
the .newer insecticides, 'there has t I ago. e {
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beena; renewed interest: sanitation Heating Conditioning : Appliances
said
thority, today, .
in fly control ..programs.This -
Gross income, too recorded'substantial' a a
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means.getting rid jof -.breeding

,,. .places.. rise of 14.6. percent .. J .' :-F4-" ... . ..f lS '. ..

-, ,Good sanitation should ..be sup- Manuel added. S 'S ,....,..-.=- ... ...... Wfl ...
,i S plementedwithinsecticidea: jChlor- Hff ,pointed out tthe] .increases 5' 1
t mated hydrocarbon insecticides, including marked the 20th consecutive month I y yC }}
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DDT. mathoxychlor, .lin- in which gains were marked up : ,i s <. .
over the same month in the pre- a'Y f s h 4 t'
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dane
.. chlordane,jdieldxln end others "
+I' are of.little.or.no value in controlling ceding-years.In '' ...:
,. t :house flies inJFlorida.says! : ":May'549,768 vehicles used the ... ..: L'
Turnpike for a gain of 60.93i-ovec:1: :/ '
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, shown also to organic phosphate' than the daily average of :May' 1 ; t'! ,"t ..'
insecticides such ,as jnalathion: ,I 1959. : i 5 id SAW' .- :.. )

dlazinon Dipterex?,runnel. and.others Gross income of $$435,299.13 was ; .5 b, SAn '
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these ,materials are still useful $55,398.13 ahead and net'income of .'J ; 00i';\:: MONn'/ "
in.house fly,control 313915.94 was '2389921. F fJ 1 II'
.programs. up ...} tjr ,.
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Follow directions ;on the .insecticide For the first two months of the '<;..;.:.<.:m.'"'S ..
; label for'mixing and applying fiscal period! which began April 1, t : t 1 ... : 'V"I 1 1U .

,. these,jnaterials as residuals gross income of 952665.02 was up '. i ,1: ;..'
sprays. 132804.81 or 16 percent above ,;.,::1, i
I : .Poisoned baits )1ltrol.house flies 1959 ,figures. Net' income for the ,A <.:.' :&.;. "J I;"

.f., In ,some,.places where.sprays,fail, period was $1158; 7.11 and 481- :i"t;: >
particularly in unscreened 'wry: 465.49 above the year ago .figures. f. .. 't
barns and ,}n. properly applied, fey .can 'be Turnpike Authority 'has retired' : J .t
: used in most farm buildings* with total of $7,900,000 of its original

Charming domestic animals: issue of 74000.000 in revenue ,.. : .'.''.J;<'X.;.::'k'If':-<;:...">%. r ., ..1...
,l adyKtomse'dry and: : baits ? "
M ltqud. bonds leaving $66,100,000,000 now ;% $ .. : 'f-
containing organic ?jphosnhate .in outstanding. ; 5' I .v 5' :Pd:

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jfor fresh and:frozen foods and Jpta: of ice,cubes too, SAVES( .WORK-just,reach

for whatever you want, for family or unexpected guests*: Frost-firee models'end .

I ,JULY 9th : .messy defrosting: ., SAVES TIME-cats<,shopping trips*way doiwp..Tj>e4 shable/oods

can.be; .stored in the,zero-zopeaectiontiil: needed SAVES >I ONEY-'yOU can.stock
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t I J IPERSONALNEViSNOTESI I Funeral Okeelanta Is-Mechanic Held I


Pablo M. Gutierrez, 43, South
I .. Bay, died at noon Saturday at St. e
Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Bordeaux left Mr. and Mrs. M. P. Stanley spent Mary's Hospital, in )Vest Palm
-Saturday for a two weeks vacation the holiday week end at Sea .Beach, of injuries suffered two r

with. relatives in' Georgia North Breeze in Palm Beach. weeks, ago in an accident at the

Carolina and Philadelphia Pa. Miss Kansas Todd has gone to {Okeelanta sugar mill.
Mr. and Mrs. B. C.- Sims left Columbus,Ohio, to visit Mrs. Clara r He was a memWr';of .the catholic -
Saturday for two weeks vacation Maurer former resident of Canal Church Belle Glade and was .
with relatives in Georgia and South Point.Lt.. S 'chief mechanic at Okeelanta mill.

..Ca.rolipa. and Mrs. Bill Cary have returned tEe was!also president of Sugar
Mrs. C. B. Jones and Alton have ,Mill Workers Union Local 2152.
from their honeymoon spentat
returned to their home af r'visiting Survivors include\ his wife, Mrs.
the I
Naples. They are guests of
in Georgia and North. Carolina Carmen Gutterrez and 'three
Mr. and Mrs. L. M. Collins in Pa-t
for two weeks. daughters, Carmen, Minerva and
hokee for a fw days before goingto I
Mr. and Mrs. Donald B. Kepp Maria, all of South Bay; his moth
his assignment in Fort Sill; I
have returned ,to their home in er, Mrs. Felicia MontivryGutter.

Canal Point after*two'weeks vaca- Oklahoma. .; rez Bronx. N. Y.; three brothers- I I
tion spent,in West:'Virginia, Ohi, J -' BienberidQ, Ches, and Pedro,all jo$

Pa., North Carolina and South Car Brooklyn, N. Y.; and two sisters- I
,olina.:The Kepps plan to leave this COMMUNICATIONTHE Mrs. Georgia Ann Reyes Bront i

week end*for an extended visit at -- N. Y., and Mrs. Pilarcolon! Bronx P ...' red Above are William area.'They are looking at a replica
UNIVERSITY OF
"Naples. N. Y. Rhodes, President of University of of. the seven-miilionth, telephone ,
SOUTH FLORIDA services held 8
Mr. and',fMrs.-Ellis Wilkinson and Rosary were at Florida Alumni Association of this presented to Dr. Wayne Reitz,
Office Of The President m. Sunday and .the'funeral was
'children'of Pahokee'wlll leave Saturday p. area and Zeke O'Farrell Group President of the University of
Tampa, Florida at 7 a. m.: Tuesday at Forever
for Naples .where they will i-Manager i Southern Bell Glades Florida in
July 1.1960 Glades Mausoleum Gardens Belle I Gainesville.'I
spend a':three weeks .vacation.Rev. .
Mr. Paul Rardin, --' Glade with the Rev. Xavier Morras
and; Mrs; 'W;;:-T. Cross and Editor & Publisher : .-f officiating. 'I I" Miss Mary Ellen Sims of Canal_ i Mr. and;Mrs :: Brooks Henderson

family of Palmetto are visiting his The Everglades' News v .* Il 11(Point plans to leave Saturday; for a, of Canal, ,Point: are spending two'
sister Mrs. R. T. Smith and family(Canal Point, Florida month vacation to be .spent in weeks vacation with relatives in
and his parents Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Shower Planned !
Dear Mr. Rardin: I I Georgia and South Carolina. I II [Kentucky and West Virginia.
Cross.::of, ,Belle Glade. 4 For Miss McIntosh .
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On ,Monday morning, September I __
.. 1960 we will hold bur Opening -M I'i' HH-- --K-- H t--'v 1 H't"ttII"IHfrM I I1 1 l"lH- ''H I IIi.- >
126. at the University of A. bridal shower for Miss Annette
Former And 'I
Mayor Florida. This will be historic ,
an McIntosh will be held on July:
Family Vacation occasion because this is. the I 13 at the home of Mrs. Lloyd Hrinti-I :THEATRE ,

,first state university to be plan ley on Bacom Point Road

Former Belle Glade Mayor and ned I and built, as.this has. been, hokee. Miss :.tcIntOsh. daughter of '. i .,PRINCE LAKE DRIVE-IN
Mrs. R.'W. Lanier left last week from the ground up.' The ,Convocation Mr. and Mrs. Harry McIntosh will j .
for Albany Ga., where they will will start. at 9 o'clock and be be married to Sidney Stubbs of i I Pahokee Pahokee-Belle Glade R ad2B1GFEATURES

Visit Mrs. ,LanIer's parents, Mr. over by"10.'Governor Collins will be Bradenton on August 21. -. -
and Mrs. M. T. Boynton, 701 Park the principal speaker. We hope Hostesses for the shower are: *-

Place., Their daughter Ouida, a that you can be'wIth'us.'r Mrs. Lloyd Hundley, Mrs._ Seth SlfNDAY-MONDAY-TUESDAY SUNDAY-MONDAY..TUESDA Y
student at Florida State Univer- 'Cordially;" Roberts, jMrs. H. Si .Barnes, .Mr3. JULY 10.11.12A
sity, will join them in Albany for i John S. Allen JULY 1o-11.E
Rupert Mock Mrs. .B.. F. Mcllwain : .
,the July 4th holidays.' On July 6, PresidentGas Miss Jeanine .Mock and Miss. Jill "VIS T TO X' 1nIE; MARAUDERS'SMALL
0\ :Mr. and Mrs. Lanier and son Dan- ( > B WV- -- aWH M HV-f Mcllwain. ."- ':

.: ny will take a trip through the Rate Increase ', --:- .. PLANET" DAN DURYEA JEFF ,
I North Carolina Mountains over the ; '. RICHARDS &KEENAN 'YNN
Blue Ridge Parkway to Roanoke RefusedByFPC .It, Mr and: Mrs. '.Doyle'Branyon: .JERRY LEWIS, JOAN'BL4.CK-
the. guests this week end ; \
were past ALSO -
.. Virginia thence Richmond Va., MAN,-EARL.HOLLIMAN. &
WASHINGTON The' Federal of .R. = Smith anLficr
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and to the
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Rapahhannock River, returning to Power Commission. rejected a .parents>fur..an&/M.rs., W. S. I FRED CLARK vv

their home in Belle Glade the lat request for an increase in the Cross. of Belle Glade. ..' tit. ,,.},}.?;,,}, ; .f,H MI M.I tit t M": I 'tit I ii--H-t-y- I fi i'i Hjtfl I I to
.iter part of July.Classified. I wholesale rate for Natural Gas in -- : :, .-.'. l, :_,,.-, ,
Florida bn the grounds that such !

j ..- ,t increase' 'in'is not certificates consistent authorizing with conditions t) i %*&+...+& ... ..> #

construction of the pipelines in' '
J Ads |I J1955.I 0t STATEMENT OF 'CONDITIONt jI

I The request-was<< 'madeby. Coastal : S t .
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HAD A VISITOR? Give,2661 a Transmission Corp. and Houston :
1 .f ring and let us know .about it Texas Gas and Oil Corp.' of St. Farmers Production Credit Associationjt ?: :

:' and we will be happy to put the Petersburg, both wholly owned .
item in our personal news column.Of subsidiaries of the Houston Corp- : .. I
oration. Miami, Florida &: Belle Glade, Florida 4 :
' courser there is NO CHARGE. *
,1\ Thanks:. The Everglade -News. m m. m $. 1- = ,. At, the Close of Business June 30, 1960 .
DAIRY FARMERS TO MEET { ..
:..' .' IS YOUR CLUB OR Church groupS GAINSEVILLE The FloridaFarmers' '| --' RESOURCES \ \ i:
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J ; meeting this week We would be Federation will hold its .. < }-

.K glad to know about it'and will use{I annual.membership meeting at the .0- Loans and Interest .__..... =................__..__.J.$5,132,269.25; 'P: +>,

it as a news item If_ you'll just University of Florida July 12.. t) Less Reserve ..--..--........--............... .--....-.. 134,098.75 $4,998,170.50 .0-
give us a ring at 2661. Thanks. Members of the organizationwill
( The Everglades News. There'is no meet in Dan McCarty Hall at &, Land and Buildings ..--...:...:....._............ : 39,319.4 ;

, charge, of course. 10 a. m. The meeting will continue .4 Equipment ..........--...----....,..............:.....:. : 7,686.51. 4Si'

f IS YOUR SUBSCRIPTION past through the afternoon.' U, S. Government Bonds .. ...?...,........ 587,364.18 }
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I!. due? If you're going on vacation 'the agenda will be the selection .A. Cash In Banks. ............._.i..l:. :.......i.....-.--.. "* > .. 114,261.12 ,

let us have, a check before you of officers for the coming year. El. .tom Investment, F. H. A. S&W Loans ..... 20,972.17. A

!t- your go. Send paper$2.00 for and one well year.renew The bert Cammack Geneva is the Federation's J> Stock: 'Federal Intermediate Credit Bank 57,420.004Other *

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town printers who come to the : CotHKieft Served: reward, Collier, Dade, Indian River, Martin, Monroe I

Glades for business.PleaseZ 5 5 >" Okeechobee Palm Beach and St. '*
printing IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT, 4 Lucie. t f
give us a,rail. Phone 2661. IN AND FOB PALM BEACH COUNTY, ,
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RUBBER HOSE More than a .' NO. 8S3 : .
;. million feet in stock prices below 'MABEL IN-RE: THE V. SIMONSON ESTATE OP :: G. E. Butler, Jr. George H. Wedgworth Cfew. B. Long, JrS g

t Jobbers costs, garden hose and industrial .I.NOTICE DECEASED OP'" FILING PETITION t FOR <* President "Wee-President Secretary: ::., .i.
I '. hose! for every service. FINAL DISCHARGE OF EXECUTOR -
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;'i' Suction, fire Notice Is hereby given that I have .. DIRECTORS A, 4
!' air, water irrigation I filed my final returns as Executor of f
spray. HOSE, REMNANTS aLL the estate of Mabel V. Simonson deceased G. E.,Butler, Jr.: George H. Wedgworth Walter: Peterson;"
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Couplings of all kinds. for final discharge. and that on the 26th W. E. Sexton Harry B. Matthews V
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A MILE. day of July 1960. I will apply to the "
HOSE.& RUBBER COS950 North Honorable Richard P. Robbins County \ .
is Judge of Palm Beach County. Florida.for :: ;, REPRESENTATIVES : '. 1.
t Miami Ave Phone PLaza 4-4566, approval of said final,returns and ; .
Miami, Florida. Aug. 19pdFOR I for an of order the for estate final of Mabel discharge V,S1mOD.as executor Gilbert L. Lanham. Ruth Prasge Gkktlys B&K'1Rg 4.

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room house, 1097 BelIe Glade ,ROLLO Executor J. SIMONSON. 4 Billy W. Ingram Janice Ackersoa a.... B. Long, Jr.. A."

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".." ,( theft and other types of risk.
-"' < o Success Crowned The reduction will be put into

wk'J'r; E effect by .some 280 companies
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.ContestSARASOTAThe which write about 53 of
; Miss Fla. per cent 4

&,: ., ...: all the physical damage insurance
'>- sold in Florida.
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f : most. success. Permission to put the rate reduc-
,' ."- ful Miss Florida Contest ever stag-];tion into' effect was asked for ata
K ,ed closed at Sarasota recently with;=' June 16 hearing' by the National '

: I the selection of Kathy Magda, ai,Automobile Underwriters Associa

< 119 year old brunette from Ft.(tion. A spokesman for the association -

.,,' .',. I ,,I Lauderdale.. said that Florida is the only
.' The talented young lady woA her i state enjoying lower rates for this

s: ;: The Pahokee ChurchOf I Canal Point First I The Methodist Church coveted Miss Florida. title in competition -)],,type of insurance.Southern .
; with girls from all.sections. i -
The Naz Florida'
: rene Baptist Church Canal Point
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0 of Florida and the judges were Bell Has
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'" 'f 71 Bacom Point Road Elder,R.E.."Barfield Robert A.Shelley, Pastor hard pressed: to reach a, decision. I } Phones
Charles F. Crauswell 1. Pastor SUNDAY SUNDAY: Crowning the new queen was 17,000,000

; Phone 7528, P. O. Box 882 10:00 ,: School 4 i0:00'a.-m.-Church School Nancy Purvis of Bradenton last]II I i _
a. m. Sunday
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'.. I SUNDAY SERVICES; 11:00 a. mf--Morning: ; Worship. 11:00 a. m.-Morning Worshipa:30 year's winner. I't The Seven-Millionth SouthernBell
.t, 9:45 a. m.-Sunday School. -p. m. Youth Fellowship First runner UP' was Annette! Telephone was installed June
7:00 p m.-B. T. c., ,
11:00 a. m.-Sunday Worship. 8:00 Worship' :30 p. m.-Evening;Worship Baker of .St. Petersburg; second ,22, 1960. The ,telephone went into
p m. -Evening
11X: 6:30 p. m.--Jtm! rs. : MONDA runner up, Sandra Guthrie of Miami :service at the University cf FlorIda
WEDNDESDAY .
t ,* 7:00 p. nt--- Sunday Evening 3:15 p. m. Youth Choir practice ; third runner up, Charlotte in ,Gainesville Ben Gilmer
i:: Evangelistic' Service: 7:30 p. m.Service-Midweek Prayer TUESDAY: Joerg of Winter Park. .fourth run-:Southern Bell's President made

WEDNESDAY: :._ 2nd 8:00 p. .Woman's Society1st ner up, Linda Couch of Tampa. All ;I
and 4th TUESDAYS; -
J'1".. 7:30: p. m.-Midweek Prayer Tuesday2nd ,of the girls had-won titles in their I: ,
7:30 p. m.Ladies, Auxiliary '.
;;4 "meeting.f' Meeting. }MONDAY: town areas prior ,to entering the ,,,Reitz at 11:00 a- m. June 22, 1960
"Where you are a stranger but 7:30 m.-Esther Class state contest.
I -' i* p. meeting j I after I which Dr. Reitz placed the
,L .. WEDNESDAY: The. new Miss Florida attends first call to Governor Collins.
The Church Of God
7:30. p. m.-Prayer Meeting I(Florida ,State University and can i iI i The number of Southern Bell

First,Methodist Of Prophecy; ,Pahokee' -4. |fuse the 1,000 scholarship award I II telephones increased from six to

: Church Pahokee (given by the Pepsi-Cola Company.1#I seven millon in only 22 months
i',- Canal Point Road Canal: pt. Missionary- .,She hopes to develop 'a career in I compared to the 28 months it took

Rev. dare-S. Hall John H. Kinard pastor Baptist Church TV.A i to'add the previous million.
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a. 10:00 a. m.-Sunday School I capacity crowd, witnessed the i j
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SUNDAY: was years before SouthernBell
9:45 a. m..-Church School v 11:00 a. m.-Preaching Service I Rev. Charles D. Stewart, Pastor colorful ceremonies*staged at Lido i reached its first million tele-
7:45 p. .-Evangelistic Service Beach and at the Sarasota Municipal l- '
11:00, SUNDAY: phones. And 10 there
: a.' m.Morning Worship Auditorium. years ago
'6:45 p. m.-MYF 8:00 p. m. Tuesday V,\L.'B> \ 9:45 a. m,-Sunday School \ were only 3oooood'Southern( Bell
7:45 8oop. m. Thursday-W. :M.; B. 11:00,a. .-Morning Worship -- -
p. m.-Evening Worship telephones In the past dec lie. the
TUESDAY Everyone! 'wel ome. Special"music: 6:30 p. m, Training Union.
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Some Insurance On number of telephones has: more .
7:00 p. m.-Vesper Choir prac and singing. II 7:30 p, rn.-'Evening. Worship i i than doubled.
ticeWEDNESDAY' -* WEDNESDAY: I Autos Is Lower !1 i I Altogether Southern Bell now

: Church Of God, 7:30 p. m.-Prayer Meeting. __ i 1 operates In 1,114 exchanges and

7:45 p. m.-Wd-week devotions! Barfield I TALLAHASSEE-A cut in automobile -]!!employes more than 65,000 people.
8:30 p. m,-Senior Choir prac-I Highway 'physical damage insurance
.tlC.. I I --- -Civil Defense GetsO.K rates ,authorized last week '!I.Seventy-five of these exchanges
9:45. A. M.-:Sunday School I was by I.I.I.are in Florida and are 'operated by
11:00:: A. M.-MornIng; Worship I I By Auditor I II State Insurance Commissioner J.I
over 13,000 .
St- IVfei-y's Catholic. : ,' .:.': 7:00: P. M.-L. W.. W. B. (Par 'I Edwin Larson. j j l employees.CLASSIFIED- .
.: Church l: nonage) I The cuts were ordered effective I f .
I TALLAHASSEE -The Florida
7:30 P. M.-Evening Worship Aug. 1.on'new and,renewed policies ADS
Civil Defense Department received
7:30 P. M. Meeting and Oct. 1, other PAY,,,Did DIVIDENDS:
,Father David Cronin : Tuesday Prayer I a clean bill of health 'from State on policies regardless .- a-.
SUNDAY; MASSES :Auditor Bryan Willis who. stated of when issued. r ,
First two masses' of the month 7:30 P. M. Friday--;Children's Under the order a physical damage rrt+
. ,Church l that the,agency accounted for a!l I Ii II I : : +
11:00, i tfie money .it received, held spending '' policy; with a. $50 deductible
\ Other Sundays. .;.at 7:30. 7SO P. M. Friday' .; ? P. S. : within the budget, and supported ,'I'I Collision clause 1I..be. ,reduced i' P 1H

". I all expenditures with proper from; $M to':$53 a year and, oyicies'with
Sfc Peter's Lutheran Christian Science i vouchers. 'I a' $100 deductible clause will

Church Belle Glade Group Of Canal Point I. "The agency's financial records I II I l be reduced from $42 to $3J. V _
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; .1 were.tadequate, anet .well! --kept," Physical damage insurance covers f .

Erwin J. Baumgaitner, Pastor Self-examination and purification -'I Willis.,said. I *: ,"' I I. ,losses against collision, fire,. {) I r: : 1111 : I : t+ +t4 111
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:'601 W. Lake Rd., Belle Glade" ,of though are. essential to --_ ... t'r
SUNDAY:: This is themeto '
; sPiritUal.progress. a 1
,Divine Services 11.A.'M., .be, dealt with at Christian Sci- THE iJi S. TREASURY
School 9;.45. A. M S .
. ... ence services Sunday. :'
I Keynoting the Lesson-Sermon j I' t I
Holy Nativity entitled "Sacrament" Is the.GoldenTextffom '

Psalms (139:23,, 24)} : i :
Episcopal Church SALUTES YOUR BANK'
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: M. Wendell Halnlin, Vicar "" thoughts: --and-fl. .if there be,any \ 'f.'

-- SUNDAY: wicked way in me, and lead me in .: J. .

10 a. ,m.-Sunday School the. way everiasting. : ,t One of tk& MlOOO: selling} '
11 a;:m.rWoraMptService Citations to be -read from "Sci ,.. : \ ,: I Ij
ence and Health with Key to the' .
Baker Eddy ".. .. A. ; ''. I
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"Shares
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First Baptist : .
include (8:28-30) "We should examine ;

Church, PgHokeeRev. ourselves and learn what !s. i c ,. t.. .. : '
the affection and purpose of the : = .

..James,E. Boyd, pastor heart, for in this way only can.i \
fore tin &ri _
SUNDAY SERVICES: ,. lf,000( banks >m ..
we learn what,.we 3ionestlyare"Scriptural I .
9:45 a.... m.-Sunday: School selections will includethe 'to coast each I day perform an out -- .... i
11:00 a. m.-Morning Worship
6:45 p. m.-Training Union ,. following verse; "Create in mea I I standing service for their customers I

8:00 p, m.-Evening Worship clean heart 0 God; and renew*. 0- their community, and"thena. > '
WEDNESDAY: a, right spirit within me" (Psalms \
8:00 p. m.-Prayer Meeting. 51:10). I i tion by selling, Shares-In- meri a'' .. r ,
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II I U.S. Savings Bonds. ; : .. :

r f' oor... .....: ": -. f --I,1"' .. ... Every. ;tfamilv benefits,.'.ev 'y cam' ,

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I *Today B.onds'a better titan t ;_ever.'i 1 'Changes r7o- bankerEvery ,.
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O\VNED AND, OPERATED: CATTLEMEN BY THAN I : Bond bought since.June, ,1,: aged you to buy'your_. ,'first'Savings
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I ., 1959, now pays %%% at maturity. .Bonds. The next time you visit ,
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WE'CONSIGNORS-WORK FOR THE BEST MARKET: INTERESTS OF .I Even-lOur elder Bonds will ears : -3V>ur, bank fake time to thank Mall' {
ALL TIMES .
\ an, extra. .. *.% from June 1.,"to;. for, .his good advice; sib buy --J', "
WE ADVERTISE FOR COMPETITIVE BUYER PARTICIPATION >o. ;: "
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MARKET WHERE ALL BUYERS, BUY WITH .\ :. : ', --
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-, ,ON PAUOKEE-BELLE GLADE ROAD, .' < you save moire than money 1 *: '
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4 A: With Series ,tE Bonds, the rate turns $18.75 into You buy E Bonds at 75% of face value and the _

.. P $25.00"fourteen months faster than the old rate. /' interest acctfmnlates.: to matimty.H:Bonds provide S ..I". -_+>
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stays the but child's educationTTjuy' E Bonds.. "*'. .
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4. .5 V fore June 1, 1959 \ HBondsj$500; 31,000; $5"000'; and $10,000. They. L I .

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1 Q: With the new interest rate,.ehQald.I cash m my old Savings can-have Amy lan.where you work. This Plan means you ..' .
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F i your nrosei t>,Bpnds. Q How do I
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