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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 15, 1960
Publication Date: -1967
Frequency: weekly
regular
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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 )
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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).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Succeeded by: Glades observer
Succeeded by: Everglades observer

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l" July 15,1960 PUBLISHED WEEKLY CANAL P07NT BY PAUL R f.



4: CIRCULATING THROUGHOUT WE VAST AGRICULTURAL AREA OF PALM BEACH COUNTY


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4 Cancer DetectionIs Billboard Cost Is Five Times More Funeral ServicesFor Medical Program

Questioned By BoardThe Jessie York

Being Studied county commission r--- this week Sugar ,Could Come Funeral services were held Mon- Goes By Wayside --

i:, balked on approval of a billboard day for Jessie Harland York 66, of
/; Mora than 7,500 citizens of Palm contract advertising the Welcome From Florida LandFlorida Pahokee with Rev. Charles Craus- Little chance was seen Saturday

I\, Beach County, during the past Station at Jupiter-the rental price well officiating Burial was atPort, for.a Classroom Teachers Association -

t year ,including many high school had been boosted. The board in- could produce five times Mayaca. proposel thrt a medical insUr-
students, have viewed and heard structed its attorney to advise He was a retired machinist and ance program be set for school em-
I more than the 180,000 tons
I about cancer its early detection George Evans Ft. Lauderdale ad- sugar had been a Pahokee. resident 12 ployes this year.
ground from cane in the 1959-60
", _, control and scientific methods for vertising agency owner, it is Interested years coming from SpartanlJtirg> The plan, recommended by the
season an official of the U. S
.c treatment... in renewing its contract S. C. insurance committee of Palm
Corporation said Saturdayas
t "The many persons who have -only at last years figure of $68 Sugar He was a member of the Baptist Beach County's CTA, would re-
he prepared for an inspection
obtained this knowledge," said per .mopth rental. Church of Spartanburg. N quire the school board td underwrite -
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r Mrs. Jane Cook, President the flight to Puerto Rico. Survivors include his wife, Mrs. part of premium costs.

r Palm Beach County'' Unit American HOME TO, NEW MEXICOMr. Harry T. Vaughn, president of Bonnie York, Pahokee; a .son, Jas- "The board hasn't reached a de-

f... Cancer Society are 4n the and Mrs. Allen Rust ,and the U. S. Sugar Corp at Clewiston per O. York, Columbia, S. C.; five decision yet but when we come up

large majorty members. of local family of Albuquerque,N. M. spent said Florida ,production cannot be I daughters Mrs. Sarah Didetto with a final budget figure as to

f clubs business, professional social several weeks visiting her parentsMr. increased appreciably unless Con- Mrs. Margaret Brown Mrs. Nettie how much more money we are going -

and church groups. and Mrs. Frank O'Connell. gress raises quotas for mainland Ligon Mrs.. Viva Turner:' and Mrs. to need I don't see how we will

( "During the summer additonal While here they visited the O'Con- sugar cane areas. Cane is grownin ,Betty Bennett, all of Spartanburg; be able to afford it", said Jack
showings will be made available" nells son-in-law and daughter Mr.and Louisiana and Florida and sugar one brother Luther York Aragon Homer school board vice chair I

Mrs. Cook said, "and: without cost Mrs. Frank Sganga and family beets are grown in Western and Ga.; three sisters Mrs. H. O. Dunn: .

to any adult groups to have cancer in New Smyrna Beach for several : Northern states. and Mrs. C. A Strickland both of man.Horner cited a $300 across-the- '

1'1. educational programs at specified days.Vegetable. I The sugar act, which Congress Atlanta, Ga.. and Mrs. Vica Sand- board teacher's salary increase

meetings. i extended to March 31, 1961, and ers, Radcliff Ky.; 22 grandchildrenand plus "wage scales still to be studed" -

t "All films are produced and presented Meet Is amended to' give President Eisenhower one great-grandchild. as the basis for his 'dun out-

authentically and, in good : authority: to reduce Cuba'squota look on the plan. .
taste" she said, "and are furnished increased the domestic allotment -
About 2,800 teachers secretaries -
with projector, screen and educational Set September by 13,774 tons. This wasa Council Appoints maintenance personnel bus
literature. A recognizedlocal normal increase prepared for in I
drivers and other school employes
physician, and active, volunteer advance. Housing MembersPahokee would receive
:.. member of the American J. Abney Cox, Princeton chair- The President, however, reduced group coverage. I
Under the CTA
Cancer Society, will be present to man :of Florida ,Fruit & Vegetable Cuba's quota by 700,000 tons. This plan hospitalized
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would to $
J' discuss subjects. relative 'to can- Association's 17th Annual.Convention is ttrbe mad up bjr increasing al- City Council ins,.a -sesistoir : .A'day employes for 70 days-tt1r..43piW.get up lb ..
cer." : ijtlined: :plans ta.the I and itmln f sHov&ttPPanama t Costa '': Monday-rveirin r Approved doctors -?-
costs, plus $300 for fees
1Representatives of ,adult men Pirectors 'for the 'association'sSeptember Rica; the'Netherlands, and'Nation recommendations of Mayor Dun-
and a maximum $300 surgical ben
and women organizations may arrange meeting.The alist-China from about 3,000 tQ10.0Q0' : can Padgett to reappoint C. M. efits.
r for: bookings of ,films 'and three-day event is scheduledto tons each with 15 per cent Todd and L. L. Shirley for another
speaker by contacting the ,PalmBeach be held September 27, 28 and 29, of the remainder to come from the three year term to the Pahokoe The proposed plan also includesa
County Unit of the American at Miami Beach. Philippines and th'e rest from other City Library board and E. L. Popeon $1,500 life insurance provision.
t:: Cancer Society 140 ,Lakeview "We hav$. completed prelimi- countries. the Pahokee Housing Authority Homer said $160,000 a year has

Avenue West Palm Beach, FlorIda -1 nary arrangements and received Puerto Rico and Hawaii cannot Board for a term of three 'years. been mentioned as an approximatecost
4 acceptance from an impressive array Albert Fremd whose for the program. But an insurance -
Phone Temple 2-7446.. meet their allotments this year Pope replaces ,
of speakers for the man he said said the ben-
8f ,qualified and the deficit will be offered to term expired. '
business sessions, and the social Other items of business on the efits requested might range up to

Glades Office Bldg. events will be in keeping with a (continued. .on.. page 8) council agenda were: The authorization a $400,000 a.year. .price.. tag.
excellence
: long, established standard of -! Pahokee Scouts Go of City Attorney Ralph O. 1
Bids To. Come Soon ," Cox stated. '
Dr. Van Retires
"Invitations are in the mail and'' To Jupiter Camp Johnson to draw up a resolution

t. trade announcement; have been asking the County Commission to .

Ijr 1 t. Bids for construction, of an an- published.-.Already we have received Troop 628 was represented at expedite the survey of the locationof From Welfare Dept.

r nex to the Glades office building acceptances from many firms Boy Scout Camp Tanah-Keeta at State Road 15 through Pahokee,
I and individuals in. other states. and to take under consideration a
; will be called for as soon as the. Jupiter by fourteen, boys. Dr. W. E. VanLandingham long
Ann
'"Last year there were more.thana request by residents on naI
plans are off the drawing board.' thousand persons in attendance, On the rifle range Jimmy Vande-i I Ave., for the City to install and time county employe who is retiring -

f the county commission decided,this and while no attempt is being grift had the highest score out of maintain traffic breakers on the as head of the county health

week. The board also voted to call made to rival the national political approximately 50 qualifying tar- avenue. The Attorney will reporton and welfare department early this

\. for bids,for hauling shell rock by conventions there is a strong indication gets with 37 points out of 50 pointsin this matter at the next meeting. fall, Monday drew- a resolution cf
privately owned fleets of trucks that vre will have a record off hand position. Alton Mims The council took under advisement commendation from the County

1. instead of using county equipment breaker this year," Cox said. placed second in prone position the request of.Pahokee Housing Commission.The .
," to do the: job, The bid system will Growers, shippers and others interested with 45 points but'Was .beat by At Authority officials to regradethe resolution called attentionto

save the county money for: hauling in Florida's fruit.and veg- Tousek, staff member from Post gutter lines on fourth and fifth Dr. "Van's" many years of service -

l shell. County Engineer Steve Mid etable industry are, invited to con 145 with 46 points. Boys from six streets in the L. L. Stuckey Homes to the county and his "human

dleton' told the.:board.. tact the Association's' headquarters : -, different troops were competing at building unit, to relieve drainage itarian desire to aid the unfortu
at.4401 :E. Colonial Drive, Orlando the camp but only two passed problems in that section. nate. 'He Was described as an "ex- "",

'&.' Organic' l\latter'.Jn for more information. Marksmanship and we are pleased Guy Wood.was appointed n member tremely competent department
.'- : ,that one was. Jimmy Vandegriftfrom of the police Department to replace head." .
Soil :Aids FertilityGAINESVILLE Congress :Man: Says our troop? I Robert L. Humphrey. The commission noted thab it -" J
I Our troop challenged the staff to was accepting the application for
Maintainingsoil America Is Great an Athletic Meet. First event wasa STUDENT GRANTSGAINESVILLE "voluntary retirement" with sin
1 organic matter content at its soft ball game. Of course the Two grants cere regrets and with wishes to Dr. .

f highest feasible_ level helps maintain WHITE SPRINGS-"The United staff won. After the ball game one for $1,000 from the United Va diqgham for a "happy and

,! soil fertility and. may mean States is.the,greatest nation in'the there was a rope climb 50 yard Cerebral Palsy of Florida and the gainful future."

t higher ,crop yields world. I'm sick and tired of hearing dash., 100 yard dash broad jump other for $3,680 from the Smith .

t Soils specialists with the .University people talk about what's wrong and pull up competition. We won Kline and French Foundation, will WEATHERAt .
of Florida College of Agriculture -,, with America", Rep. D. R. Math- the 100 yard dash and that was all. provide scholarships for 15 stu

say in addition to conserv- ews, Florida congressman told a All boys report they had a good dents. The Cerebral Palsy funds IT. S.. Sugar Plant Field.
ing plant nutrients and moisture; Fourth .of' July crowd at the Ste time.and are happy with the merit will provide ten $100'scholarships Station at Canal Point. -

F organic matter aids improving phen Foster Memorial. badges they earned while there.A for Florida teachers_ and.th. Date f;*.' Temp. Rainfall I
the physical growth condition of I,. "It .is time to stand up and be Board of Review was held on Smith Kline Foundation funds max. min. Inches I
soil which may be ,reflected in .increased proud to be an' American", the Tuesday night after camp whep the will be used to train five superior July 6 94 66.00 :

j plant growth. :congressman stated. "America is boys completed the filial phase in science high school students from July 7 92 -' 67 ,' .12 ;

As the percentage of organic great because a blessed Providencegave earning the badges by being re- Boca Ciega High School in Gulf- July ,8. 90 67 1.35 I
I, matter in soils Increases, the exchange it unrivaled natural re- viewed by the" >oard.I port in chemical research techni- July 9 91' 68 ". .31 i

capacity water-holding capacity sources, because, of its form of I There should be a Court of Honor -! ques In the College of Pharmacy.. July ID) 92 69.05' I
and physical condition are government and because. of its in the near future when the boys July 11 92. 71 .00
improved and ch.1.Dg.Josses of.I people. L t's love America and will ,be' presented their Rank and Mr and Mrs. J. F. Parks, of At- July 12 93 70 .00.
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L plant nutrients are reduced. -' take a'positive .toward our Merit Badge Awards.Reported lanta have returned to thier home
... great nation" he concluded.Lt. .. by Wayne Ludlam.Mr. after visiting her. mother Mrs 1 Mr. and Mrs. R. W-Vllson;awl

-',.. Louis Gold and,his brother Jerry '"' Teresa >Hawkins They were accompanied sons Milton,and, Michael;have.,.returned
Gold accompanied by Ray Cag- Lewis Collins Is attending and Mrs. Lewis Friend and on'thefr return by Mrs. from Colquitt,..Ga.. where

<'_ ni, of Tyfcami are vacationing, in 'summer school at The Universityof family are vacationingin Wyomingfor : Hawkins who
\ Mexico, City. .: Colorado ,in Boulder, Colo. ,, several weeks., 'i. j for several y weeks. ; .. <, .Wilson famiJy.r" ::. -: ..', ,"

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Page Two The Everglades News, Canal Point Florida Friday, July 15, 1960
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I! Florida then to the Research Station Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Fraser have ,t
Personal ItemsTommy
, in Louisiana. This is Dr. returned from Houston Tex. .

Poleys first visit 'to the United where he had a physical checkupat

States and his first experience of the Methodist Hospital there. i
r' tIy 1tt Corbin of Ft. Myers is
[ driving on' the right hand side of Lt. Robert Burns, who was best
I the guest of his aunt and familyMr.
the road. man at the Colltos-Cary wedding, ,_
and :Mrs. H. M. McIntosh of
Pahokee. Preston H. Dunkleman, Sugar and classmate of Lt. Cary at West

Cane grader at the U. S. Sugar Point, has turned,to his home in
W. E. Johnson, and his mother
Cane field station recently gavea Barnesville, Ga, after spending
Mrs. Mamie Maxson are visiting
relatives in Mississippi% report on 1959-60 breeding'pro- several days with friends here.

," gram to the Sugar Cane League Mr and Mrs. Gene Gore and '
Mike Maxson has returned to his
: a Membership and Contact Committee family are vacationing in Sebring,
home after at the
I I"I being a patient
at the U. S. D. A. Sugar Cane Tampa, Oviedo, and Daytona
Everglades Memorial hospital.Mr.
Station in Houma La. Beach. While in Daytona Beach
: -. ) ..;, and Mrs. O. H. Sheppard and Experiment
C j. He remained in Louisiana.for a few they will visit his mother Mrs. Cleo
daughter, Hazel plan to leave Saturday :-
Rardin Point Florida
- The Building- Canal weeks vacation with relatives and Leinhart. Mr. and Mrs. Gore re-
for a vacation to be. sp ntwith'
'i. friends in Baton Rouge and other gently moved 485 Cypress: Ave.
, THE LAKE OKEECHOBEE REGION HOME OF relatives in Alabama. They I '
r .' will visit 'their daughter Miss Hel- points. Mrs. Dunkleman and family Dr. David McCoy, who recently
" ;*dined him there last week ,for received his degree in Dentistry
NEWS Sheppard at FSU on their way
THE : i
rt EVERGLADES to.Al bama. the remainder of his vacation. .Emory University in Atlanta, has

' Mr. and Mrs -Hatton and arrived in Pahokee for a visit with \
Serving: the Lake Okeechobee Farming Region WIthout. Mr. and Mrs. Grady Echols and
.son returned from a' Vacation,, in his parents Mr. and Mrs. W. G. )
r'j Interruption Every Week for More Than'SO'Years daughter Teryl plan to leave Sun
> Petersburg, Va. McCoy. Dr. McCoy stopped in Jack- t
Established March 11, 1924 .-' .- Published Every FridayS day Alabama.for a week visit with relativesin Mr and Mrs.Auther Nagler,who sonville, enroute to this city, to 1

:.1 Subscription Price $2.00 Year In Advance recently bought .the, Ralph C. Jfly- take his State Dental examination. ,

.1' Mrs. W. B. Myers is confined to ers home, are vacationing with He will report for service in the .
.The Everglades News Is Entered at the Post Officer her home because I I
of illness. '
:> their family in New York. U. S. Army August 1st.
,r' In' Canal- Point, Florida' as. Second Class Matter O. H. Chastain is able to be back. Dr. and Mrs. E. C.Johnson audhildren Mrs. \V\M. DuBose spent several,

at his home In Thomasville, Georgia days visiting her-husband in Jacksonville -' ..
f Paul A ar din -- Owner, Editor, Publisher are enjoying a campingtrip
after undergoing surgery in in the western states. They before going to Columbus,

the Thomasville hospital.Dr. plan to go as far as Grand Canyon, Ga., and Alabama to visit relatives ,

t Here Is What Transpired At Monday's Owen Poley Plant Nutritionist in Arizona.Mr. for severat weeks. x J i

from Salisbury South Rhodesia, and Mrs, Roy O'Neal and Vernon and Joan Elarbee of t

Q t Meeting: Of The Palm Beach was a visitor last week to the son accompanied by her mother Tampa spent a week as the guests

U. S. D. A. Sugar Cane Station at ilrs. Dinnis Friend and her sister of their grandmother Mrs. Verna .

County Commission Canal Point. He visited other research Miss Jean Kay Friend, have returned Elarbee and their aunt Mrs. Phara 4

!: industries in the states after from Alabama where they Morris. Mrs. Elarbee and ,Mrs.

k' .. '" WWWUWuW visiting here in Canal Point. He visited Mrs, Friend's. son and Morris accompanied the children
r' ... went to the back to and visited Mrs.
Everglades Experiment daughter-to-law 'Mr. and .Mrs.-Lee Tampa
week Scout
The 'county commission this qUests I : asking that the Girl
Station in Belle Glade, then to the Jeffers. They were accompanied Elarbee's sons and daughtersinlaw -
'... voted to take steps to speed up Bridge in the north part of the
.!': construction of State Road 9 county be rebuilt. Research Laboratory of U. S. S. C. on their return by his mother.Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Elaibee

t through Palm Beach County. Received bids for resurfacing I in Clewiston then to Florida State i I Mary Maxsey, who visited relatives and Mr and Mrs. Lynn Elarbee I

Citrus Laboratory at Lake Alfred, In North Florida. and families.
The highWay-sometimes called several county roads in the Ever- ( !t

the "Super Dooper" cuts close to glades. .

' West Palm Beach in a path with The county commission this I i'J

:! parallels the Sunshine Turnpike. week re-emphasized its policy to

;k' Commissioner Kenneth Foster I.protect every inch of its right cf'

a;;.; said immediate action should be way for the Ocean Boulevard, even J

taken to- get the Federal Bureau though some of the land is under
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>. of Roads to pinpoint location of water. K"4 _' 4 (

1., the highway since state road department The Ocean Blvd., has long been a

,, funds are already budg- costly highway for the county and t ?

..'' eted for fill and grade for the new in the past rolling seas have Wash- ETi

(: road.' ed away long stretches of the road.

(L In other highway actions this Commissioner Roy Michael noted I

l week the commission: this week that the board has been"unjustly

:: ... Approved Commissioner Roy Mite criticized" for permittingOcean \
chael's request that the engineering Blvd. to 'be ravaged by nature -

." .' department prepare an estimate --a situation which Michael t tI
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of costs for resurfacing L'aIrene pointed out is due to the elementsand I

Ave, in Lake Worth frpm not lack o..f.interest by theboard. -

the. Federal Highway to "A' St. '

:. Received'a resolution from Te- He added that the board has also

been wrongfully criticized for
{ Report or Condition of I "abandoning parts of its right of /
BANK OP PAHOKEE
of Pahokee in the State or Florida. at way" which is not true, Michael'
the close of business on June 30. 1960. said. Even though the right of way .
ASSETS : I
Cash balances with other In dome places is under water, he g :

banks. Including reserve said, the county still has and will
balances and cash Items
In process of collection $2.733377.86. retain, legal claim to the right, of C" tpkx3sk
United States Government .
obligations, direct and way.Michael ,
guaranteed _______ __ 3.690.354.11 said the board, in some
Obligations of States and instances, have granted privately ,
political subdivisions __ 75000.00
Loans and discounts __..___ 917,98022 owned interests to construct pro-

Bank owned premises ___ .01 tective devices on county right of
Furniture and way-only as a methohd of the individual \
fixtures __ \
8000.00 8000.01
Other assets ____.____*,_, .01 protecting his own prop- I II
erty. ,In each of these instances,

TOTAL LIABIL1TIBS ASSETS 7424912.81 Michael said, the individuals haveto

Demand deposits of individuals post a bond to guarantee that I
partnerships and \
'corporations _____,.__5526222.03 the protective 4evices will be removed -
Time deposits of individuals when the county wants to "
partnerships and .
'f corporations ______ 674846.67 use the right of way for road con-
". Deposits of United States I. struction. fib.'
. Government (Including .
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O&talavtngs) 17,626.71epoeits
of States and political ATTEND WEDDING 1]
subdivisions _____ 755,053.66
'Other deposUa (certified ft Out of town guests attending the
TOTAL officers'' checks, etc.)_--.. 2)5025.42 Collins-Cary weeding: were: Mr. "

DEPOSI'm10)1gofS.4t: and Mrs. M. W. Cary, Sr., .and n

children Mike and Shelia cf
TOTAL LIABILITIES __:$7.001.975.49CAPITAL Steve ,
ACCOUNTS Marianna; Mr. and Mrs. F. J. Winchester -

Capital Surplus ____ .' 250.000.00ndlvided 100000.00! of Sebring; Mr. and Mrs.L. 1

: profit* _-::__ 7X937.32 C. Farr and Mr. and Mrs. Char- i

TOTAL CAPITAL les Collins of Wauchula; Mr.: and ..

,ACCOUNTS _.-..-__ 422. 37.32 Mrs. H. E. Smith and Mrs. J. E. .' .
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TOTAL T.TABTT.TTaB' AND osUn, of Orlando; Mrs. R. E. f? f

CAPITAL-ACCOUNTS __$7.424412 Griffis Miss Lee Sanders and Miss '

preferred This bank's stock'capital with total'consists par of value: First'of Charlotte Hardin, of West Palm Nothing covers the miles like your telephone! '? '. 1

$100.000.08. ,Beach; Miss Anita Cowart; Jack- .

Assets MEMORANDA. sonville; Mr. and Mrs. F. W Moore, .. ) .
pledged or assigned
and .i-
Quickly easily personally-you're ; /, r %
to secure liabilities 'and and Mrs. Harry Demody,of Miami; 't > S
for other purposes _$ 986000.00 '
Mrs E. R.. Mr. and Mrs. S.
Loans u shown above are Cary, "

'reserves after deduction of __of_ 62.181.95 Gaylord and, children Nan Jim .. i ,_ r : there. In town or out, night or day: your ; I

I. Julius T. Moon Asst. vice Prsekltnt and Cary, of Tampa; and Lt. Rob- "'; ''> .-'''' ,
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'of-the above-named bank do solemnly ert Burns of Barnesville Ga. .." I'l: ,
swear that the above tatement Is true, : ': :. telephone,is ralwaysat.your and that It fully and correctly' represents ',' L;-. ., .... .1 .
the true state of the several mat- CIRCLE MEETING '
ters herein:contained and set forth to l.t. ,- ;. j!
the best,of my knowledge and belief. The lone Patterson Circle of the : ... .
Julius T. Moon Canal Church met at :
Point Baptist -.. ;. '.. 4
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the home of Mrs. Charles Stuarton ..'. i'I '",. '- f
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Rupert Mode Stuart and Mrs. J. S.Chastain gave < :*, -
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tap of Florida. Comity of Palm the program. The August ,meeting ; c"j
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Sworn to and subscribed before m will be, held, atj the home of ,Mrs.J. ,; ff ,JfL, r+, '
this 13th day of July I960* and, 1 I J. Walker at Port Mayaca. .". ..- ..: .. file r-. "
hereby certify that I am not an officer -. 'f 11
or.director of this bank.I -. '
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Mr. and Mrs. Ray Langford Mr. and Mrs. Earl Maxso'n were Mr. and Mrs. H. G. Boynton ac-
spent the weekend in Lake Placid.I weekend visitors in Ft. Lauder- companied by their daughter Mrs.

I't'' I.[ PERSONAL NEWS NOTES ]j Mr. and Mrs. Don Adams returned dale.Mrs. Dudolph Faulk and their son Joe

to their home in Alexander, Virginia Ollie Adams left Mondayfor T. Boynton recently visited the
; today after being the guestsof several days visit with relatives Boynton's son-in-law and daughterMr. -
I, \ or their parents, Mr. and Mrs. in Glenwood, Georgia.Mr. and Mrs. Max Beverly and
biro and Mrs. Curtis Farley and Richard Hatton has returned to
"' Frank Wilson of Canal Point and and Mrs. James Gibson and family in Ochlochnee Ga. .
daughter Judy have returned to Fort Bragg where he is stationed
Mr. and Mrs. Adams of Pahokee.Mr. ,Jamie were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs.. W. E. Blackwelland
their home in Jenkins, Ky., after with the U. S. Army after visitinghis
and 'Mrs. Earl Maxson were Arnold Barad in West Palm Beach family have returned from
and mother Mrs. Ruth V. Hatton
visiting her brother-in-law Dundee
where visited his
of Mr. the past week end. they
the and Mrs. Ponce
guests
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Mrs. Leslie and other relatives.Dr.
sister Mr. and Angel
Jilr.: and Mrs. A. T. Holt. were mother Mrs. Annie Chapman and
McDonald for several days this
and family.Mr. and Mrs. Paul Meigs of :
his brother-in-law and sister Mr.
week. recent visitors in Gainesville :.,as
and Mrs. A. D. Beverly are Jacksonville were guests of Rev. I
and Mrs. Herb Venscy and child-
,of Mr
and Mrs
spending the summer in their sum- and Mrs. Charles D. Stewart Tues- Mrs. H. M. McIntosh and Miss Mullis.guests Danny' ren of Chicago, who are vacation-
; mer cottage in Mountain City, Julia Ma this were called to Panama ;>> in Florida.
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day.Mrs. becat' of the Mrs. C. B. Jones and Alton returned -. .
i Tenn. Robert Hatton attended a City Friday *
James H. Wilkinson and R. D.Hardavra7' .
Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Gamble and shower for Miss Roberta Hatton, C3rious condition of their father Friday after two, weeks ya- -
in the
cation in North Carolina and Geor- are working
family have returned from a vaca- tcid -eect of Jay Salvatore in Fort Mr. Mathis. Mrs. McIntosh returned vegetable produce business this
:' tion in Mississippi and Louisiara.Mr. Pierce recently. to her home Tuesday as herfather's gia. .A a. :
Dr. and Mrs. W.T.Gist and family summer in New Bern, N. C.
and Mrs. Kyle Scott and Mrs. L. condition seemed to be im. -,
Terry Sellers
family have returned from a vacation anied her daughter Miss accomp Linda proved. Miss Julia Mathis, is the' plan to return to their home' _
in Naples and Henderaonville, guest of Cr. and Mrs. David Bleecli I this week end after a month vacation -i
Sellers to .Miami recently where PR I FT A NO
N. c.Mr.. in Orlando. t spent on the East and West
Miss Sellers took the
state exam- I
and Mrs. Frank Thompsonare ination for a beautician.Mr. Mrs. Verna Browning and Mrs.'I Coasts of Florida.
vacationing in Sylva, N. C. and Mrs. Oscar Dobrow and Vernell Brock are visiting 'relatives Mr. and Mrs. J. L. McCall have I ; FISHINGBIOS : i

Mrs. Luther Collier and son children have returned from Long this week in Glenwood, Geor-j returned from a business. trip to
Andy, of Contonment, Fla., have gia. St. Augustine..
Boat Key, near Fort Myers Beach
returned to their home after visit- where they vacationed for two Mr. and Mrs. Joe Kelly. of Ft. Mrs. Eugene McCall and sons,
ing her parents Mr. and Mrs. H. J.
weeks.Mr. Pierce were guests of Mr. and Mrs.J. Pat, Mike and David, of Chicago,
Anderson. While here she and ber
parents celebrated July Fourth and Mrs. Ed Jones have returned V. Thomas, Jr., during the past Illinois, are guests of Mr. and Mrs.'J.L .
to Avon Park week end. McCall will HERON POCpIUE
with a picnic at the Anderson after visiting C. Carter Mr. Join.
Home with members of the Danish their son-in-law and daughter Mr. Miss Kathy Maxson has been I his family here later. > HERON B1.V0

t Club in West Palm Beach guests. and Mrs. Oscar Dobrow and their confined to her home this week I Mr. and Mrs. Robert Weeks of RIVIERA JSEAtHV1CTOIR

i Mr. and Mrs. Abe Dobrow are son and daughter-in-law: Mr.. and after having foot surgery at. Palm Miami were week end quests of 4-357
spending a month at their home Jn Mrs. Elmer Jones and family. Beach Clinic. I Mr. and Mrs.\ J. G. Weeks.y

West Palm Beach.
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'" and Mr.daughter and Mrs.Miss C.Patricia A. Batchelor Batch- 1 H Mj < <' a< 4H.+<' a
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,r the family Mrs.Avera,Jchn in Rockshire family T. Pickett, Mrs.Lake and Batchelor's, Ga.son Lt. I EVERGLADES FEDERAL SAVINGS AND LOAN I Iv.


R Donald Pickett, recently visited .
her daughter Miss Betty Pickett in .> "

Delray Beach t ASSOCIATION OF BELLE GLADE !i

Miss Kay Friend is spending ,a '
month' touring Europe.Mr. i \ 'h "" .. 6.

I and Mrs. Robert C. Hatton,? '. BELLE GLADE, FLORIDA ; .' ci....,'.,>;i.--,,; .
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the Youth Camp in Leesburg recently :t: ; STATEMENT OF CONDITION.*'. : c., : h'j :x i:
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ASSETS
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visited. relatives for two weeks. "

Mrs. H. C. Clark is receiving :i First Loans __ :.. _:. ..$ 1-,562,794.06 .' .' '.' :aya"
treatment this week at St. Marys : "" ]: ,' Savings Accounts _.........._....................$12,6 n2,496.96 '+

hospital in West Palm Beach. I.:10 Loans on Savings Accounts .............:.. *. ';131', ?6.81 : ; .". + '
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t..i a F. H. A. Title I Improvement Loans .... 73, 6"2.98' .-=Advances .Federal Home't. ::1: .;i1o'-:

\. r.. Loan Bank ._.....__._.....___......_..:..... Non;! .
+ Real Estate Sold on Contract .. _........... 66,115.65. ..
Classified Ads I : ,. ::,: :

I }. Real Estate Owned ...............-.JL.-...:.. 34,346.45 Loans in Process ...---.h'" :". ..--.-:-:......_ :.?.:.,..... .. .." 189,706.16 <. "
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HAD A VISITOR? Give 2661 a x. Stock 'in Federal Home Loan Bank .... 200"000.00 Other Liabilities .._....'....;!:...t..:.::...J.?;:... __. 3,163.40 4..
ring and let us know about it .. +
and we will be happy to put the 1 0'U. S. Government Obligations .....-..... 455,812.50Other ..-"" ': : f., .:.t.r' ":.
item in our column. .*.. Deferred Credits ........:4'l- .. .:..-...... .... ..:.... 11,823.20
personal news .,*f Investment Securities ......._....._. 103,125.00. ; :: :' 4.
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Thanks. The Everglades CHARGE.1 J.Accued y. Interest Investments ..-..---. '.. 10,089.85. Specific 'Reserves. ......._... ...........:.:. :... 15850.00 "f'. .

IS YOUR CLUB OR .4a Cash on Hand and in Banks .:___.________, 1,169,559.85
meeting this week? We would be General Reserves: ,.
glad to know about it and will use <. Office Building and Equipment =Less I i"-

it as a news item if you'll just .:a. Depreciation ...........-....-............ 108,185.83 For Federal Insurance $628,283.72 i {
give at 2661. l
us a ring Thanks.
The Everglades News. There is no :}: Property Held for Future Expansion..: 27,283.75 I For Contingencies ....,.- '6,665.791 1,934,949.51 A:

charge, of course. A Deferred, Charges and Other Assets .__. 4403.94: ._ J' s:10

IS, YOUR SUBSCRIPTION past .} Unallocated Reserve ...........-.................. 88,227.44 4....
due? If you're I w .
going on vaca- : -
tion let us have a check before you } $13,946,216.67 :40
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Fla.Everglades News, Canal Point, f CURRENT RATE OF' DIVIDEND. 4Vt% PER ANNUM' S :4!..:

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FOR SALE: New and used WillysJeep's. r.
+ OFFICERS +
Walter '
Ashley's Garagein '. .
Belle Glade, Phone Oct.3058.1754ch. :tRICHARD A. POSTON. ROBERT. D. APELGREN' H. B. McCALL. r > '*.:.,; ROBERT E. ?..

1"1:10: Executive' Vice-Presidenr Chairman of Board Vice-President In ,MATHEWS, Jr. % .1
PRINTING OF ALL KINDS. If r and Manager i and Vice-President Charge Mortgages President and Director r
you need cards, envelopes, letter- .
heads, statements, bill heads, hand :>. ; A. E. KIRCHMAN : F' ,W. HOOKER MARY LOU MCDONNELL HELEN V. MORRIS i.

bills, or something in the printingline .#a Vice-President and Vice-President and Treasurer Vice-President and ,
just step to the phone and call ,; Director "'-- Director Secretary !
The Everglades News at Canal -t..
Point, No 2661. We are experts in 4. WILLIS L. WARREN CLAUDE SHIRLEY HERBERT D. BECK JAMES A. BALL, Jr. >:

producing excellent printing and + Vice-President In Vice-President. and Vice-President, and Vice-President and <*a
our prices are in line with out of 4i. Charge of Savings Director Director Director ).
town printers who come to the '

Glades for printing business. Please '
give us a can. Phone 2661. 0- t .
Everglades Federal Savings And
RUBBER HOSE More than a
million fee.in stock prices below f
jobbers costs, garden hose and industrial ( -v
hose for every service. 0-
Suction, fire, air, water, irrigation, i Loan Association
spray. HOSE, REMNANTS, MILL .
ENDS. Couplings of all kinds. ,AN I

HOSE INCH &OR A MILE. AMAZON :) Florida Savings and Loan League United States. Savings and Loan League t I
RUBBER CO. 3950 North :
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Miami ,Ave. Phone .PLaza 4-4566, 4 .: All Accounts Insured Up To $10,000 N :
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I FOR SALE: 6 week old French / 27 YEARS OF SERVICE TO THE EVERGLADES ,

Miniature Poodles AKC registered -It .

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Mr. and Mrs. Ray Langford Mr.. and Mrs. Earl Marian were Mr. and Mrs. H. G. Boynton accompanied -
spent the weekend in Lake Placid.I weekend visitors in Ft. Lauder- by their daughter Mrs.

r I IPERONALNE'iSNOTES$ II! Mr. and Mrs. Don Adams returned dale.Mrs.. Dudolph Faulk and their son Joe

to their home in Alexander Vir- Ollie Adams left Mondayfor T. Boynton recently visited the

ginia today after being the guestsof several days visit with relativesin Boynton's son-in-law and daughterMr.
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J wwwww ( their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Glenwood Georgia and Mrs. Max Beverly and
Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Farley and Richard Hatton has returned to
Frank Wilson of Canal Point and Mr. and Mrs. James Gibson and family in Ochlochnee,Ga. .
daughter Judy have returned to Fort Bragg where he is stationed
Mr. and Mrs. Adams of Pahokee.Mr. Jamie were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Blackwelland
their home in Jenkins, Ky., after with the U. S. Army after visitinghis have
and Mrs. Earl Maxson were Arnold Barad in West Palm Beach family returned from
visiting her brother-in-law and mother Mrs. Ruth V. Hatton
Dundee where visited his
the of Mr. and Mrs. Ponce the past week end. they
guests
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sister Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Angel and other relatives.Dr. .
mother Mrs. Annie and
McDonald for several days this Mr. and Mrs. A. T. Holt were Chapman
and Mrs. Paul of
and family. Meigs
his brother-in-law and sister Mr.
week. recent visitors in Gainesville as
Mr. ar.1 Mrs. A. D. Beverly are Jacksonville were guests cf Rev. of and Mrs. Herb Venscy! and child-
Mr. and Mrs
guests Danny
spending the summer in their sum- and Mrs. Charles D. Stewart Tues- Mrs. H. M. McIntosh and Miss Mullis. ren of Chicago, who the vacation-
mer cottage in ilountain:: City, Julia Matliis were called to Pan- ing in Florida.
day.Mrs. Mrs. C. B. Jones and Alton .
becar of the
Tenn. ama City Friday ;
Robert Hatton attended
a turned James Wilkinson and R. D.Hardava .
Friday fter two weeks
Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Gamble and shower for Miss Roberta Hatton, rious condition of their father re-I
in the
cation in North Carolina and / are working
have returned from vaca- Mr. Mathis. Mrs. McIntosh returned -
family a brids-elect! of Jay Salvatore in Fort vegetable produce business this
tion in Mississippi: and Louisia a. Pierce recently. to her home Tuesday as her gia.-
I summer in New Bern, N. C.
Dr. and Mrs. W.T.Gist and fam-
Mr. and Mrs. Kyle Scott and: father's condition seemed to be im
family have returned from a vacation Mrs.her Terry L. Sellers accompanied proved. Miss Julia Mathis, is the: ily plan to return to their home)J

in Naples and Hendersonville, Sellers to Miami daughter recently Miss where Linda guest of Dr. and Mrs. David Bleech I this week end after a month vaca-j DRIFT AND KEIFFISHING
N. c.Mr.. in Orlando. tion spent on the East and West
Miss Sellers took the state exam- I Coasts I
of
and Mrs. Frank Thompson ination for a beautician.Mr. Mrs. Verna Browning and Mrs. Florida. j J
are vacationing in Sylva, N. C. and Mrs. Oscar Dobrow and Vernell Brock are visiting rela-I Mr. and Mrs. J. L. McCall have I
Mrs. Luther Collier and son children have returned from Long tives this week in Glenwood, Geor-:I. returned from a business trip to
Andy, of Contonment, Fla., have St. Augustine.
Boat Key, near Fort Myers Beach I 'iQF AM. anrf I 30 'fc$
gia.Mr.
returned to their home after visIt- where they vacationed for two and Mrs. Joe Kelly of Ft. Mrs. Eugene McCall and sons, N THE
ing her parents Mr. and Mrs. H. J.
weeks. Pierce were guests of Mr. and :Mrs.J. .i Pat, Mike and David, of Chicago.
Anderson. While here she and her
celebrated Fourth Mr. and Mrs. Ed Jones have returned V. Thomas, Jr., during the past i Illinois are guests of Mr. and Mrs.
parents July to Avon Park after visiting week end. i M. C. Carter. Mr. McCall will join BlUE HER0N t>O<: CSi
with a picnic at the Anderson
their son-in-law and Maxson been j I his here later.
Home with members of the Danish daughter Mr. Miss Kathy has family
Club inVest Palm Beach guests. and Mrs. Oscar Dobrow and their confined to her home this week 1 I Mr. and Mrs. Robert Weeks of RIVIERA ilEAHvictot
Mr. and Mrs. Abe Dobrow are son and daughter-in-law; Mr. and after having foot surgery at Palm I Miami were week end guests of 43s
spending a month at their home in Mrs. Elmer Jones and family. Beach Clinic. 1| Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Weeks.

West Palm Beach.

:Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Batchelorand I + + a + +t +
daughter Miss Patricia Batch- t#yf 4 f 4Y 3 a tY?iY 3 ii} +t i{ 4}s f ea?t#4 a C#{ t aaaasa f{ {i F}4,#4,a{ i,*#t t,aaaaasa a{Y y t Y#4 Y i t Yf d y f t i i 4 i t 3 t 4 t O S*t?t S O Y!4 Yf t f C 3*t

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the Avera family, Mrs. Batchelor's 4, era
I family, in Rockshire Lake, Ga. ty# EVERGLADES FEDERAL SAVINGS AND LOAN aMa

Mrs. Jchn T. Pickett and son Lt. tat eYa
Donald Pickett visited
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her daughter Miss Betty Pickett in f. 4

Delray, Beach, *> ASSOCIATION OF BELLE GLADE 4:
Miss Kay Friend is spending a 441( 1
month touring Europe. j 6 ,
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:Mr. and Mrs. Robert C. Hatton;4:11. .. BELLE GLADE FLORIDA :
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took their daughter Carol Mae to .. 4A
the Youth Camp in Leesburg recently STATEMENT OF CONDITION 4
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Miss Carolyn Sellers has returned f? y

from North Carolina where she 4) ASSETS LIABILITIES AND'CAPITAL :.
visited relatives for two weeks.

Mrs. H. C. Clark is receiving :": First Mortgage Loans ._.._......__....___._..$11,562,794.06 4611
treatment this week, at St. Marys :. Savings Accounts ... $12,62! ,496.96 .>
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hospital in West Palm Beach. I{:10 Loans on Savings Accounts ....___..___.... 131,436.81 411 '

i 4 i1l> F. H. A. Title I Improvement Loans .... 73,062.98 'Advances from Federal Home a:# -

41. Loan Bank ..__..________.._____-.::.,-,.._-- None .r...
Real Estate Sold on Contract _____.....___1. 66,115.65 a' ,J. ta*
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Classified Ads 'I ,
t:1. Real Estate Owned _.._._.___..________;._________. 34,346.45 Loans in Process __..____........._........... ... 189,706.16 4 i

HAD A VISITOR? Give 2661 a I?: 'Stock in Federal Home Loan Bank .... 200,,000.00) ,Other Liabilities _____:...;?: :_"...:.::. ....I**,... 3,163.40spa:i
ring and let us know about it
4:11:. U. S. Government Obligations .... 455,812.50 x '.- .- 4b1
and we will be happy to put the ------- -t-- ",
Deferred Credits .1 ",..'. -.i.- 11,823.20.r.6.
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item in our personal news column.Of y Other Securities _.. .
411' Investment; ...._... ___ 103,125.00 .
course, there is NO CHARGE. "' ".
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Thanks. The Everglades News.IS ,4:11:> Accrued Interest Investments ...--.--.- 10,089.85 Specific Reserves ..__...__.......__..........-.. 15,850.00 A

YOUR CLUB OR Church group ss. Cash on Hand and in Banks ._____.___...__... 1,169,559.85 {:
meeting this week? We would be General Reserves: 6
glad to know about it and will use 4* Office Building and Equipment Less 4-.

it as a news item if you'll just {:# Depreciation .____..._.._...._.........__ 108,185.83 For Federal Insurance $628,283.72 {>
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give us a ring at 2661. Thanks.
The Everglades News. There is,no 4f Property Held for Future Expansion.__. 27,283.75. For Contingencies _____.. 406,665.79' 1,034,949.51 :a:

charge of course. 4'M!. Deferred Charges and Other Assets ..._ 4403.94' .',

IS, YOUR SUBSCRIPTION past t.. Unallocated Reserve ......-:_....__....__......._ 88,227.44 y
due? If you're going: on vaca-I Y w.
tion let us have a check before you 4 $13,946,216.67 :

go. Send $2.00 and we'll renew* I f June 30, 1960 Dividends Paid $13,946,216.67 M:.
your paper for one year. The .

Fla.Everglades News, Canal Point,.1 4 Y CURRENT RATE OF DIVIDEND. 4%% PER ANNUM I 4

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FOR SALE: New and used Willys .
44 OFFICERS 4
Jeeps. Walter Ashley's Garagein .. .

Belle Glade Phone Oct.3058.1754ch. 4.46.. RICHARD A. POSTON ROBERT" D. APELGREN H. B. 1tlcCALL, '. ,. v ROBERT E. ;:}

:: Executive Vice-Presidenf Chairman of Board Vice-President In MATHEWS, Jr. :

PRINTING OF ALL KINDS. If I r r;:10_ and Manager and Vice-President Charge of Mortgages President and Director .;r
you need cards, envelopes, letter, ;'>
heads, statements, bill heads hand A. E. KIRCHMAN "W., R7 HOOKER MARY LOU MCDONNELL. HELEN V. MORRIS {

I bills, or something in the printingline >" Vice-President and Vice-President and Treasurer.VicePresident and
just step to the phone and call 4. "Director Director Secretary :s!
The Everglades News at Canal "'T.
Point No 2661. We are experts in 0VILLIS L. WARRENVicePresident CLAUDE L. SHIRLEY HERBERT D. BECK JAMES A. BALL, Jr. 4

producing excellent printing:! and 4 In Vice-President and Vice-President and Vice-President and *}
our prices are in line with out of. s> Charge of Savings Director Director Director",>
town printers who come to the .
Glades for printing business. Please

RUBBER give us'a caH.HOSE Phone- More 2661. than a Everglades Federal Savings And !

million feet in stock prices below
jobbers costs, garden hose and Industrial -. 4 ,

I Suction, hose fire air for water every irrigation service., s Loan Association t I

spray. HOSE, REMNANTS, MILL '
ENDS. Couplings of all kinds. _AN 4 4: :

INCH OR A XTTT.TC AMAZON t 4 Florida Savings and Loan League United States Savings and Loan League $; ,
HOSE & RUBBER CO. 3950 North

Miami ,Ave. Phone PLaza 4-4566 4) All Accounts Insured Up To $10,000 4: _
Miami, Florida. Aug. 19pd

i FOR SALE: 6 week old French >, / 27 YEARS OF SERVICE TO THE EVERGLADES 4 4s

Miniature. Poodles, AKC registered. Ao .
Mrs. Epstein, 376 Juniper Ave., : t}
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Page Six The Everglades News, Canal Point, Florida Friday, July 15 I960

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I: Machinery On Farm
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Lions ElectInternational
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President I Accident Cause


I I -1 91 I I Machinery, with a whoppingscore

II of over 20 percent, is by;
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I I. far the greatest cause of farm accidents -

S in Florida," reveals Exten-
t o I I sion safety leader A. M. Pettis In
:. I i I the special July planning issue cf
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;: JIf J : : j Florida Grower and Rancher. "And

, ; tractors account for about 86 per-
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I': The Pahokee Church Canal Point First I The Methodist Church : Vy I II II cent machinery.of all deaths involving farm

The Nazarene I I To help reduce farm injuries and
Of, Baptist ChurchElder Canal Point FloridaRobert II
fatalities,the yearold Florida Farm
t.. 71 Bacom Point Road R. E.Barfield A. Shelley Pastor %. I Safety Committee has devised a
,L Charles F. Crauswell.Pastor SUNDAY: SUNDAY: tractor tipping demonstrationwhich
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- Phone 7528 P. O. Box 882 10:00 a. m.-Sunday School 10:00 a. m.-church School I shows the dangers of operat-

ti SUNDAY SERVICES: 11:00 a. m.-Morning Worship 11:00 a. m.-Morning Worship ing a.tractor too fast over rough

t .,. 9:45 a. m.-Sunday School 7:00 p. m.-B. T. C. 6:30: p. m.-Youth Fellowship terrain, of improper hitching, and

9 11:00 a. .-Sunday Worship...v...' 8:00 p. m.-Evening;; Worship 7:30 p. .-Evening. Worship I of an unshielded P. T. O. Also,
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m'-Junl -
: 6:30 p. WEDNDESDAY: I MONDAY: I I carelessness when refueling is
7:00 p. m.-Sunaay Evening J 1:30 p. m.-Midweek Prayer 3:15 p. m.-Youth Choir practice shown to be a fire hazard.

Evangelistic, Service.' Service TUESDAY: Finis ,E. Davis of Louisville, Annually, two out of three child
'WEDNESDAY" : 2nd and 4th TUESDAYS: 8:00'p.. m.-Woman's Society1st Kentucky, was elected Interna- I victims of the farm tractor are under -
r. 7:30 ni.-Midweek Prayer \ .
p.
Tuesday tional President qf Lions International -
7:30 p. m.-Ladies Auxiliary 14 years of age.The tractor is a
meeting. Association's 43rd
at the j jI
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2nd MONDAY
t.
:Meeting.r : E I power machine, Pettis reminds
f "Where you are a stranger but 7:30 m.-Esther Class Annual Convention in Chicago.I -
once". -- p. meeting I Lions International, with 610,000 parents; as such, it is not made for
,,, Canal Pt. Missionary WEDNESDAY: members in 106 countries or regions children.
., 7:30 p. m.-Prayer Meeting is the world's largest serv
.. I Other principal causes of fatal
: First Methodist Baptist Church -- ice club organization. Florida farm accidents and their

Church, Pahokee \ Rev. Charles D. Stewart, Pastor The Church Of God I I known Lions for International its many youth is best programs percentages are: burns, about 13

SUNDAY: Of Prophecy Pahokee community service projI I percent; drownings some 12 percent -
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Rev. Clare S. Hall 9:45 a. m.-Sunday School I ects sight.conservation activitiesand I ; lightning, slightly over 10
SUNDAY: 11:00 a. m.-Morning Worship i Canal Point Road aid to the blind. Last year percent, and electricity, about :3
Lions Clubs around the globe
9:45 a. m.-Church School John: H. Kinard percent.
6:30: p. m.-Training Union. pastor completed more than 192,000 in- ... .
11:00 a. m.-Morning Worship 7:30 p. .-Evening Worship 10:00 d. m.-Sunday School dividual community service proj. -
1 6:45 p. m.-MYF WEDNESDAY: 11:00 a. .-Preaching Service ects. WORLD AFFAIRS LECTURES
7:45 p. .-Evening Worship 7:30 p. m.-Prayer Meeting. 7:45 p. m.-Evangelistic Service GAINESVILLE-How America
TUESDAY: 8:00 p. m. Tuesday-V. L. B. deals with Southeast Asia could
7:00 p. m. Vesper Choir prac- Church Of God 8:00 p. m. Thursday-W. M. B. Honor Miss Annette well determine future;peace in the'
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ticeWEDNESDAY Everyone welcome. Special music ,McIntosh At Shower world University of Florida President -
: Barfield Highway and singine l J. Wayne Reitz told a sum-
7:45 p. m. Mid-week devotions ..18. I Miss Annette McIntosh, bride- mer session audience this week.
I 8:30 p. mj-Senior Choir prac- 9:45 A. M.--Sunday School INDIANS FIGHT RABIES elect, was honored with a lovely Dr. Reitz discussed his impressionscf

tic. 11:00 A. M<-Morning Worship MOORE HAVEN-Seminole Indians calling shower at the home of Southeast Asia gained from a
7:00 P. M.-L. W. W. B. (Par- 'I
at the Brighton Reservationhave Mrs. Lloyd Hundley on Bacom recent world trip and said that the
St Mary's Catholic sonage) cooperated for the first timein Point Road Wednesday night, July area is vital in the current contest

Church 7:30 7:30 P.Pj.r.ruesday-Prayer M.-EvenIng Worship:Meet- a rabies vaccination program, 13th between 7 o'clock and 10., between democracy and ,commun

tag reveals Fred Montsdeoca, assistant o'clock. ism. His talk is one of a series of

Father David Cronin 7:30 P. :M. Friday-Children's agent in Indian work. The anti- The hostesses for the affair summer lectures on the general
SUNDAY MASSES Church rabies program for the tribesmenwas were: Mrs. Seth Roberts Mrs. Rup- ,theme of'the "United States in

First two masses of the month I 7:30 P. )l. Friday Y. P. E. a cooperative community project ert Mock, Miss Jeanine Mock, Mrs. World Affairs."
. n:00. sponsored by the Indians: Homer Barnes, Miss Jill McDwain.I .- -
Other Sundays at 7:30. .- <_ Mrs. E. F. McIlw ain and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Singletary and
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Christian Science
Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Friend and Lloyd Hundley. daughter, Connie have returned to

St. Peter's Lutheran Group Of Canal Point daughters, Cindy and Merry Ann I -- I their home after being the guestof.

and Miss Faith Sasser are spend- Miss Carol McDonald of St. their son, Mr. 'and Mrs. Charles
Church Belle GladeErwin l
The way to unfailing peace and: ing several weeks on a tour of Cal- I Petersburg is the guest of'Mr. and t Singletary and family in Jackson:
ifornia and the West Coast. :Mrs. Earl Maxson of Canal ville. j
Pastor satisfaction will be out at Point
J. Baumgartner, pointed f ;,,
601'W. Lake Rd., Belle Glade Christian Science churches Sundayin

SUNDAY: a Less nSennon.entitled. '
Divine Services 11 A. M. "Life," the first of a series this
THE U. S. TREASURYSALUTES
School 9:45 A...:M.- summer devoted to synonymns for .

HolyNativityEpiscopal: God.Opening the Scriptural selectionsto -


I Church. Psalms be read((36:7-9)are :these"How verses excellent from is YOUR BANKco: :: :

Pahokee / thy loving kindness, O God! there- ;
fore the children of men put their :; ,
'M. Wendell,Hainlin, Vicar trust under the shadow of thy


SUNDAY'11 10 a.a. m.m.-Sunday: Worship School Service wings.satisfied They with shall the fatness be abundantly of thy ( One of the14L100 selling} : ::Paz;: L >.

,,house; and thou shalt make them ._ .; ..,. I
drink of the river of thy pleasures.For :, .;. '
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First Baptist "with thee is the foundation of "Shares, in America"Wore .. -:'-,' 'J" 3' "

Church PahokeeRev. life. i 'I', .*;...'t:?'! "
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Correlative citations from "Sci- f -
ence and Health with Key to the
James E. Boyd pastor
.SUNDAY SERVICES: Scripture by Mary Baker Eddy = t tan 1 1JOfO( banks from'coaR
will include (516:9-12): "God fash- t
9:45 a. m.-Sunday School 'to outstanding ,
coast -
each
day perform an -
like-
11:00 a. m.-Morning Worship ions all things, after His own
Life is reflected in existence, service'for customers
6:45 p. m.-Training Union ness. :their
8:00 .-Evening Worship Truth in truthfulness. God in good- "
p. their community, and the na ,
WEDNESDAY: ness; which impart their own peace,
8:00 p. m.-Prayer Meeting. and permanence." tion by selling Shares-In-America- -".,.
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U.S. Savings Bonds. ;.: -. .
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t rots leadership in promoting this :.

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N Ii LliO'Ii I lill (EBTiPIED more than $42 billion worth of. 4., '1-;;


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I Today Bonds are better than ever.' Chances aye-yoar:banker : ; },

OWNED AND OPERATED BY MORE THAN I Bond since June 1 .
Every bought aged you to buy your first aaviD z
120 FLORIDA CATTLEMENWE
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WORK FOR THE BEST MARKET INTERESTS OF Even your elder Bonds will ears: your bank ke time to thank1da J'
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an extra' %% from June .1 to r for his good advice; aod boy aJ ; -
WE_ ADVERTISE FOR COMPETITIVE BUYER PARTI- I '

CITATION, AND MAINTAIN OPEN COMPETITIVE maturity.. .J : extra Bond- ..' while. you, are ...., !..
MARKET WHERE ALL BUYERS BUY WITH )


CONFIDENCE When* ycni buy U.- S. Savings Bonds X >' < -

I Glades Livestock Market Ass'nON -- .

PAHOKEE-BELLE GlADE ROAD save more than ,
you money ; .
PHONE WY 6-S028 GEORGE YOUNG, MANAGER' -.

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4 4 ) Q:How does the new 3%% interest rate benefit me? check every six months for the life of the Bond. :t

< f. A: With Series E Bonds, the rate turns $18.75 into You buy E Bonds at 75% of face value and th& 4}

I. b $25.00 fourteen months faster' than the old rate. interest accumulates to'maturity.. H Bonds provideincome <," ,_'
.f .. '; Your savings increase faster, because your Bonds .for living expenses, while E Bonds build f. .!: 1. ,
4-. nest for the future. That's why retired
mature in just 7 years, 9 months. egg many 4 ;
peoplehold: Bonds and families saving for; say, a ,. \ 4
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10-year maturity period child's"education E Bonds. > ..
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< <+ six months.With both E and H Bonds the new rate Q: In what denominations can I buy series E and series : .:":' ':/;'; :.
l' --> .- works out to 2) %for the first year and a half; then H Bonds? .j--.jI i -; .;,. S A

r,, A a guaranteed 4% each year to maturity: ,k E Bonds: $25 (cost $18.75), $50 (cost $37.50), $100 r L

,. .'- Q: When did the new rate become effective? (cost $75.00), $200 (cost $150.00), $500 "" f
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1 takes effect the first full interest period A: Savings Bonds are ,an absolutely riskless way to 'A' +f.;" .t t.f,r:('" '.'. a'
4 after June 1. .' save. The Umted States Government guarantees: t, f.. .>;f, 4.
..a.. : the cash,value of your Bonds will not"drop, that it '. -. S ",>. ./..
; 41''% Q:Will the Bonds I own automatically earn their new"rate can only grow. ., .:.;., :' ....:'..1 ': : :.:" .
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means your E Bonds will automatically:keep earn-
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.. Savings Plan where? you work. This Plan means you .. ., ."
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(. Bonds and buy new ones? every payday.: The Bonds you buy! .by VAt
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Page Eight The Everglades News, Canal Point, Florida Friday, July 15,1960Unemployment

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More- Credit Lifeblood COMING AGRICULTURAL Mr. and Mrs. James Vann and
Five Times Is
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Up Sellersare
: EVENTS' their niece Miss Carolyn
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; Of Elks Grand
. Agriculture attending the
i \ 18-22 State Home Demon-
July -
# continued from 1)
In Month Of June ( page Lodge in Dallas Texas this week.
stration Council and short
'. mainland producers, including "Credit is the lifeblood of agriculture meeting Mr. Vann is District Deputy Grand
:" Florida growers. ," asserts farm banker -J. course, Gainesville
Exalter Ruler. At the close of the
t: TALLAHASSEE Unemploy- That's why Vaughn is flying to Carlisle Rogers in 'the special July July 18-23 4-H TractorElectric convention the group will stop .*n

H.' ment payments to Florida's jobless Puerto Rico to survey production planning issue of Florida Grower Clinic Camp Timpoochee.July New Orleans for a. vacation.IN .
potentials. He will be accompaniedby and Rancher. "The 10 or more mule 26-28 Dairy Herdsmen's
to
increased $598,065 over May
Ftt'
Celestino Martinez and John farms have given way to mechanization Short Course, Gainesville. THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT,
f a total of $2,917,315 in June. vice of U. S. Growers' IN AND FOR PALM BEACH COUNTY,
', State Industrial Commission Bay. both presidents -and all of this has been July 27-Florida Grape FLORIDA.
(} Chairman James T. Vocelle attrib- Sugar and Stuart McFarlane made possible by the extension of Association Meeting, Leesburg. NO. WSS
"Okeelanta Sugar Re- "* 1-5 4-H Club Wildlife IN RE: THE ESTATE OP :
president credit. Aug. --
\ uted the increase to layoffs in :MABEL V. SIMONSON :
citrus canning and packing houses, finery. Rogers, who is president of the Camp, Camp McQuarrie.Aug. DECEASEDNOTICE *
OF FILING PETITION FOR
.
said new land of Leesburg, Institute -
f and seasonal slowdowns in tourist Vaughn sugar First National Bank 91.F1orida Citrus FINAL DISCHARGE OF EXECUTOR
would have to be'ditched, diked and says sound credit is based on the Camp McQuarrie. Notice is hereby given that I have
and allied businesses. filed final Executor of
returns as
my
:. Unemployment insurance payments pumped for water control. Saw- "three "GTs": Character, Capital, Aug 11-West Florida Dairy the estate of Mabel V. Simonson. deceased
million grass land offers a lower yield than and Capacity. Show, Chipley. : that I have filed my petitionfor
l t. this June were up a final discharge and that on the 28th
dollars above the total $1,904,726 canefields around Lake Okeecho- If a would-be borrower lacks the Aug. 11-15 4-H TractorElectric day of July 1960. I will apply to the
bee, but potentially all the Everglades first"C" .if he has he reputationof Clinic, Camp McQuarrie. Honorable Richard P. Robblns. County
< paid out in June 1959. Judge of Palm Beach County, Florida,
, '. Vocelle credited much of the increase could be used for sugar' pro-I being tricky; shady, unreliable, Aug. 15-20: Florida Poultry for approval of said final returns and
; to for an order for final discharge as executor -
duction. etc loan officers refuse con- Institute
Camp McQuarrie.
l' construction
to a decline in of the estate of Mabel V. Simon-
, employment its related industries "The Cuban situation is disturbIng -. sider his application. It saves worry Aug. 17-19 Florida Beekeepers' son.DATED .

f", such as lumber and wood.,products ,. and points up the fact that a trouble,, and money. Institute, Gainesville. *' this ROLLO 10th day J. of SIMONSON July I960.

r_ clay glass and stone. In addition : strong domestic sugar 'industry Capital, of course "is always Aug. 18-19-State Soil Conservation July.
Pub: June 24. 8 and 15, 1960
some increase Jn unemployment must be maintained he asserted. necessary. But it can be represented District Supervisors, Jackson- Thadd Whidden
by cattle, real estate, equipment ville. Attorney for Executor
)4 insurance was spread gener- i Pahokee. Florida
} ally throughout the economy. Shower Honors I or investments. such as .
bonds etc. *-
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Only two offices of, the Florida stocks
State Employment Service reported Mrs. Don Adams The third "C" ranks right at f-Ho( t t t II : : t t t J tit t tIll t t t t till t t t t t tIt II1I1II11I

"it. for their the top when a creditapplication
decreased payments .
% Gaines Miscellaneous baby shower honoring is being considered. A farmer or THEATRESPRINCE
t areas in June. They were I
. ville, down $1,769 to $12,166; and Mrs. Don Adams was held at rancher may have ;above-average
. Lake City down $1,345 to $10,234. the home of Mrs. 'C. W. Ammons soil, tractors, 'and other farm
'; Areas reporting increased pay- Tuesday evening July 12th. equipment and machinery. But if LAKE DRIVE-IN

ments in June above May were: Hostesses were: Mrs. C. W. Am- he is weak on Capacity, on abilityand Pahokee f Pahokee-Belle Glade Road
Miami, $124,424 to $743,238; mons, Mrs. B. R. Evans, Mrs. A. H. know-how he has one: and per-
up - '
Winter Haven up $95,254 to $157- Scruggs, Mrs. W. E. McCall, Mrs. haps two strikes against liim. -2 BIG FEATURES
262; Tampa, up $54,158 to $295- Bobbie Peacock Mrs. George Rash- Banks are getting away from 4.' -
- 155; West Palm Beach up $29,977 ley and Mrs. Charlene Shultz. the 90-day maturity habit. Insteal, SUNDAY-MONDAY-TUESDAY, SUNDAY-1IQNDAY -TUESDA b
they are trying to make loan maturities JULY 17-18-,19
r to $160,185; Jacksonville up $28- '
> 044 to Mrs. R. S. Douthit is visitingher fall due at time that will JULY 17-18-19 '
. $190,717; Hollywood up
$27,585 to $116,589; Winter Park, parents Mr. and Mrs. O. P. fit in with the fanner or citrusgrower's "Till, atfVnvaifp" The Marauders"i

up $21,804 to $100,582; Ft. Pierce Griffin in Ochlochnee Ga., Before harvesting season, or lie uj ageDAN DURYEA, JEFF RICH-
when calves or feeders will oe
'. up $21,412 to $41,329; Lakeland: ,
/ returning home she will also visit
market.The ARDS & KENNAN WYNN
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up $20,034 to $71,591; Ft. Lauderdale ready for ROBERT STA her brother-in-law nad sister Mr. '
up "$18,008 to $109,984; St.I" MALONE AND GEORGE A1SO -
Petersburg up $17,847 to'$126,429; I I and Mrs. O. L. Coulter who are I Misses Kathy Wilson and SANDERS "Girls Town"

Cocoa up $17,220 to $39,671; Lees-, spending the summer in Hender- Kay Hughes recently spent a weekend -

burg, up $8,914 to $29,664; Braden-!I sonville, N. C. I at Fort Myers Beach. ... I...H"MJ'li' *<'*''H'<'*"I tIt I I I I It': .1, I 1 I 1 I I t I '# I t 2-.:' ": : t :.+ .
ton up $8,508 to $20,588; Daytona I
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Beach, up $8,463 to $42,905; MarI- I

anna, up $8,265 to $35,317; Belle See the Chevy Mystery'Show in color Sundays, NBCTV.Year's If
Glade up,$8,116 to $17,617; Clearwater f
'up $7,115 to $44,971; Tallahassee '



._.' I .Myers bourne, up,,up up up$4,527$4,875$4,407$4,949 to to to to$28,455$17,979$20,315$21,362;; Sarasota ;;Mel-Pa-Ft.- C H E V R 0 1 E I at a Best. Seller :



i latka, ,up up$2,005,$2,898 to to$10,226$14,824; ;Ocala Sanford Record Breaking. ;


--- Beach up $1,912 up to$1,755$13,541 to $21,859; Ft. Walton; Pan- Rate! T't'-: I

ama City vp $512 to $50,536; Pen- ; o. (

sacola, up $279 to $80,544; Perry, < '
up $203 to $8,330; and Key' West, '

up $108 to $15,914.Substantial a .. r 'r ; ;<.

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Roada I_r.,., ,. ,. .l I ....... ," '"-b't :'..'

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TALLAHASSEE-According to t '..","., \. '
an estimate released by the State :w.r.i..;.. ..:::.. : if: ..T. }
Board of Administration Florida i ,., 'f
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counties will receive substantialroad .. .
funds during the fiscal year. "
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starting July 1. LI
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A total of approximately $32- .-"
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million of surplus gasoline tax f o .

funds became available from the f.,

5th and 6th cents of the 7 cent gas t OJ '

tax which previously had been reserved : ii"7\ kJi "
This is the gracious Impala Sport Sedan '
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for of old boom- ; .
payment \,'.,., !:::' ). .. r; "
time bonds which have now been ...

paid off. !.';. : :More people are buying Chevrolets (.including means the buying's .better than ever for you right now. I I'
Amounts available to counties '
range from $2,742,000 'for Dade .,..bY' 'Corvairs) than ever before-and Chevrolet's popularSo drop in for a chat with your dealer while the

County down to $127,000 for Her'- ity leadership is reaching new all-time highs! That choice is wide and the time is right! J

nando County.

Eighty per cent of each county's

allocation is given to the State THE BEST SELLERS ,;i
Road Department to be spent.with- CHEVY' CORVAIR
in the county to which it is allotted.
-. The county and the road depart- CAR OF THE YEAR!" ii

ment jointly control the spending. .
The other 20 per cent of eaCh 1

county's allocation goes, into the No other car even came dose to Corvair in this '

county's own road fund. I year's competition for Motor Trend magazine's .

Revenues from the two cents of ." ,.': Car-of-the-Year award. But unless you've actually

the gasoline tax are allocated to ,..: .. '." .-_ : ,, ...- _,' ''<:' :' _F"-. ,, driven a Corvair-experienced its silken .
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counties under a formula which,:is w, :, ; '_ ride, light steering, grab-hold-and-go traction ,.

based on area population and the '1 -you can't imagine '

county's contribution to the 1930 ;. ,,;: how quick it really to t CIIEVROLET '

road building program. .. .. please. Your dealer's ,
In figuring' population the 1950 the man to see. For Economtal TriM&wlxfiMCorvair ,'

census was used for the first six I.t, 700 4-Door Sedan (with handy fold-dosn rear seat) ,_t .
months of the year and the new ;
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1960 figures for the last six

months. '-' .. '
1. See'Chrorolet'arS, Chevy's Corvair and Corvette at your local authorized Chevrolet dealers. .
James G.,. Thomas, Jr., joinedhis -- .. "

,wife who is visiting fcer brother ,?: < ) f "; ,
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and sister-in-law' Mr. and Mrs. "

Joseph W.Pankey in Winsboro, La. :'; :" ; : : Chevrolet lite.V4i ':
Stanley
; Before they return to their home ..i \ ,. ;
in.Pahokee they will also visit rel- "

atives.in: Monroe, Huston, Baton :i Phone 593 PahokeeFlorida
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