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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: January 13, 1961
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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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
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Succeeded by: Glades observer
Succeeded by: Everglades observer

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January 13,1961 PUBLISHED WEEKLY IN CANAL POINT BY PAUL RARDIN I II ,

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C. P. PTA Honors Stephen Foster Week Ben Sundy Is Head Bandages PreparedFor lPahokeePlanning ;

Set At White SpringsWHITE Cancer PatientsSeveral ;

Mrs. Ila HowellMrs. SPRINGS Stephen County CommissionCounty Pahokee women met in Set For Future i

Foster week,. to be observed with, the fellowship hall of the First \
Ha Howell, who retired this several special; concerts and musi- Commissioner Ben f. Methodist Church Wednesday fora The Pahokee City Council ih reg- % ,ry'I

month as a school bus driver after cal events at the Stephen Foster Sundy, Delray Beach, a 10-year day of helpfulness during which ular session Monday night named, '
transporting Canal Point children Memorial will mark the beginning member of the county board, was they prepared bandages for cancer :1,
to and from school for 17 years of a ,county-by-county "get ac- named chairman of the group when patients: Others are urged to par- six members on the seven-man : i f fBoard

\ and 5 months, was honored by quainted" program at the stat the commission held its annual reorganization ticipate in this project at the next of Adjustments, a new board 1 J

members of the Canal Point Par: owned attraction, according to Di- meeting Monday.The general meeting, Feb. 1. Helpingout created under the zoning act. ''!
ent-Teacher Association at the rector Foster L. Barnes. session also saw two new Wednesday were Mrs. Guy Wiley Tillis, J. M. Alderman and ;,

T January meeting held in the school "From time to time it is plannedto commissioners and incumbent Paul Wood, Mrs. Veronica Tarr, Mrs. L. Joe Kahn were appointed for three- :-I

auditorium with the president, Mrs. invite citizens from counties Rardin, Canal Point, take oaths G. Alderman, Mrs. Don Collier, year terms each: J. C. Blanton, *

Nr Joe Cherry, Jr., presiding. throughout the state to accept free for the start of four year terms on Mrs. John Padgett, Mrs. Wendell Lewis Friend and L. E. Caruthers, .':t

l Read at the meeting by Bert Jau- admission on weekends to the Memorial : the board. II Harris, Mrs. C.. R. Wetherington, two-year terms each. The seventh .:'?,
don was a letter of citation from ," Barnes said. ; New commissioners sworn into Mrs. Leland ,Keene, Mrs. T. C. member of the board, with a one- >*:

Roger Atkins of West Palm Beach, Visitors will be admitted free by I office by Circuit Judge Russell 0.1' Osteen, Mrs. Robert C. Hatton, year term of office, is yet to-be ,, '
supervisor of transportation for showing drivers' licenses or license Morrow were E. F. Van Mrs. C. C. Lemonds, Mrs. J. H. named. Hg,

or Palm Beach County' Schools, commending tags. All occupants of the car will Juno Beach and Edward Bandlow, Wilkinson Mrs. David Unwin, Mrs. Raymond B. Crosby, reported tQ -j*
Mrs. Howell for her out- be admitted free with the driver, Lake Worth. The two new commissioners I" W. A. Reynolds and Ms. Lloyd the Council that he plans to build -',

standing record of service during Barnes added.Louisiana. -the first Republicans ever Hundley 48 two-bedroom cottages in the j

her employment by the Councy ,.- to sit on the county board-succeed Negro residential section, and ask- <;

j School Board. Atkins, estimated Kenneth Foster, West Palm Beach ed for minor changes in the zoning ,i
SugarCane and Roy E. Michael, Jr., Lake Sales Wait
j Mrs. Howell's bus carried 288,000 Tag Lag to permit their construction. His
student passengers while she was Worth. request was referred to the Plan.

1 at the wheel. During this period I Growers Visit Rardin, retiring chairman of the j'In Line In ning Board recommendation I

not a child was injured and at no board re-elected without oppos -; Offing and a hearing on the proposed .
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: time was her bus involved in an accident i board, was re-elected without opposition change in zoning was set for Jan. ,.,.
he said in the letter. for another fouryear term. 30. -
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Sixty-five sugar cane growers, i
The sale of motor vehiccle license
i Mrs. Howell is the first school processors and agricultural agents Chairman Sundy, who'previously B. R. Boland appeared before the
I tags at the Glades Office Building
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bus driver to be for retirement two weeks for
requesting
eligible from the State of Louisiana were I is lagging behind last year's sales, group
his vice chairman Commissioner -
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area. was visitors in Canal Point Thursdayat preparation a petition opposition -
I according to Mrs. George Young,
introduced by A. R. Harrington, Lake Lytal, West Palm Beach, to the proposed rebuilding .
the United States Sugar Care I head of Tax Collector Stetson O. ,
member of the board for
chairman who a nearly of sidewalks Bacom Point Road.
program presentedher Field Station. Theyspent the first on
20 Sproul's branch office in the
with a potted plant as a gift part of the week visiting sugar years. j I Glades. He was told this is unnecessary as ,. I
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f from PTA. Mr. Harrington also in- cane operations, at Clewiston and The commission also reappointedall ho action will be taken on this pro-
During the first four days in
(continued 8) its present department heads I ject at the time if home
present
page Okeelanta and planned to visit
I 1960 a total of 533 tags, costing
and employes and set the time for
Fellesmere before leaving South 1 I J j (continued on page 8)
regular meetings as the second'and i I r 10931.11, were issued at the
4. Excess Fees From Florida. fourth Mondays of. each month. Glades office, as compared to 468 .

: The- group came to Canal Pointon Time of the sessions will be 10:30a. ; tags, costing $9,456.60, for the first I .- .
two large chartered buses and four days this month.she said. .
1 Federal
m.
Outgoing Assessor inspected closely the work going onat Administrative meetings, to be This year, for the first time, the Savings:
the Field Station here Much of I series auto-
Q of tags for antique
held at the call of the chairman,
the cane,!grown jn Louisiana came '2 mobiles are available'at the Glades Show Big GrowthNearly
t were set for Monday's at p. m.
Retiring Tax Assessor Dave. from stock seedV perfected at the office. This tag costs $5.25 for cars
Stewart gave the County Commis- local station. More than 300,000 of all weights that are 20 years or

sion a bit of a belated Christmas acres of sugar cane grown in the Former Hospital I,; more old, however, any applicant thirteen million dollars::
gift upon leaving his office. Louisiana area is ground in :40 I for this tag must present a certifi- are tucked safely away at Ever- .
small mills in that state. The ma- cate from the Florida Highway Pa- glades Federal Savings and Loan
Stewart appeared before the jority of the harvest has been com- Head In State JobHarold
trol showing that the car has been Association in Belle Glade, accord.
county commission Monday turn pleted there, according to the visit- inspected and approved by FHP ing to the regular statement being

over excess fees from the tax as- ors.The I as safe for use on highways. published this week by that fast
Wetzel, former administrator -
sessors office in the amount of visitors were pleased and Memorial 1 Mrs. Young urges all Glades residents growing financial institution. Act-
$227,7:>3. He termed the amountone surprised at,the lush growth in the of Everglades to purchase their license tagsas ual savings, according to the state-
in Pahokee has
been
Hospital nam-
of the largest excess fee accounts Lake Okeechobee Region at this soon as possible to avoid long ment, amount to $12,841,017.27which
ed consultant in the divis-
the county had ever received time of year. With bean, celery, ion of the Florida hospital Development periods of waiting in line at the is a lot of hard earned cashin

ti from any of its fee offices. cane and corn fields a deep greenat Commission in Tallahassee. Mr." tail end of the purchase period. Po- any language.The .
Stewart told the board that this time of year they commanded lice Chief Leon Guthrie of Pahokeewas concern has shown phenom- I
while he was assessor he had bank- the attention of the visitors. The Wetzel was at the Pahokee hospitalin the first person to purchase a enal growth during the past few
1952 and 1953. He left here and
ed his excess fees and had earned group ate at the Community'Build- I 1961 license tag at the Glades'of- years and at present pays higher
to Fort Pierce where he
went
some $4,000 worth of interest for I ing in Canal Point where one of the was I fice, she said.Legislation. dividends that any other like insti-
employed at the hospital there be-
the county. It was the first time, usually luscious luncheons was I I fore going on to Pennsylvania tution in the State of Florida. The
he said, such a banking policy had served. current rate of dividend is 4 4 per-
where he was administrator of the
To Be
been carried out. I North Cambria Hospital at. North I cent per annum and all accountsare
The commission adopted a reso- insured up to $10,000.00 by an
Of Alcohol Cambria Pa.
lution of appreciation for Stewart Danger I During, this stay in Pahokee Mr. I Aired At PTA Meet instrumentality of the United
States Government. .
calling attention to his service as
Wetzel number of
gained a large
Told Pahokee PTAThe Robert Apelgren of Pahokee is
tax assessor and his previous ser- friends who will be happy to know
vice as chief clerk of the officce.In chairman of the board, Robert E.
that be is again in the state and "Legislation, both planned anJ
another resolution adopted by that he is associated with state needed, will be discussed at Palm j Mathews, Jr., of Belle Glade is
the commission this week, the hidden dangers of alcoholic government in Tallahassee. Beach County Council of'Parent- president and Richard A. Postonof

"board commended retiring Judge beverages, especially to teenagers. ... Teacher Association's meeting to Belle Glade is executive vice
Richard Robbins for his long and be held 17 8:00 M. president and manager of the As-
were stressed by Jack Eppes of January P. at
faithful service to the county a (New Ice Platform the Belle Glade High School Audi- sociation. These men are surround
Lakeland, executive secretary of
ed
span of 37 years as county judge. toriumaccording to Mrs. Lawrence and supported by an outstandingboard
a. United Christian Action, in an ad- I of directors'made up of lead-
Near State Market Leviton, Legislative Chairman for
New Engineer Is dress-before members of the Paho the Council. ing business and professional men
of the Lake Okeechobee
kee Parent-Teacher Association nt The second in a series of pro- Farming__
Named By Sugar Co. the January meeting held in the City Products Company will erect grams entitled "Family Assign- Region. '

high school auditorium with Pres- a new icing platform on the plot 61 ments for the Sixties" will deal .- -
CLE\VISTON-President H. f. ident W. O. Moss presiding. His of state owned land immediatelynorth with legislation concerning children

Vaughn of the United States Sugar talk was followed by a question- of the Farmers Market in and,their welfare and education in Two Week RevivalAt
Corp. recently announced that effective and-answer period in which the Pahokee, according to R. L. Hurt line with the third object of Na-
Jan. 1,1961, Frank E. Conk- topic was discussed by the and' who is associated with the ice con- tional Congress of Parents and ChurcMtf GodMrs.

ling was promoted from assistant ience. cern. The land has been leased from Teachers; : "To secure adequate laws

drainage and railroad engineer to The*monthly attendance awards the state and construction will for the care and protecton of child- Christine Misskelly of

the position of director. of,engineering. were won' by Mrs. Frances White- start immediately, Mr. Hurt said. ren and youth." I Ocoee, Fla., evangelist, Is conduct-

side's fourth grade room at the The small triangle plot }js ideal I Ralph J. Blank Senator, 35th ing a two-week revival at the
Mr. Conkling assumes the posi- elementary school and by Noma for the erection of the planned I District; Emmett S. Roberts, Rep- Church of God of Prophecy, Paho

tion formerly held by W. C. Owen, Norman's ninth grade at ,the high platform, Mr. Hurt said. J. G. resentative Palm, Beach Countyand key with services daily at 7:45 p.
deceased, which covers the departments school. Girl Scout Troop 247 was Weeks and Sons will start iinmed- Jerry Thomas, newly elected m. She is being assisted by Betty

,of civil engineering, drain- in charge of the opening flag cere- iately clearing the plot and con- Representative Palm-Beach County Baker. Special music for the revival

age, railroad operations and main- mony. Ladies of Ridgecrest Gard- struction of the platform will be will make up the panel and will is being furnished by Gary

tenance, and real estate, all of the ens acted as hostesses during the done by Wiley Tillis, Pahokee Con- answer pertinent questions pre- Sanders, pianist, ,R. W. Singletary, .
Dormer departments which were serving of refreshments followingthe tractor. An expenditure in the viously prepared by .members of song leader, and a vocal trio known i
under the supervision of Mr. Owen. meeting. neighborhood of $10,000 is planned. the Council. as the Harmonettes. -
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i' Page Two The Everglades News Canal Point Florida? , Friday t January 13,1951,


t Enrichment Class 5-"ARBOR DAY PROGRAM: INTERIM PASTOR '

An Arbor Day program will be Dr. B. A. Bowers of Belmbnt, N.
E joys Luau Party
presented by Mrs. L. W. Armstrong C., is filling the pulpit as interim I

at the January luncheon minster at the Pahokee First Baptist -
The children of Mrs. EvelynLair's '
meeting of the Pahokee Garden Church, which has been with
Enrichment Class at the Pa-
\ hokee Elementary School enjoyed a ,Club at the home of Mrs. Lloyd out the services Of a full-time pastor .

I luau party at the school cafeteria Hundley Tuesd Y. Luncheon hostesses since the Rev. James E. Boyd

Wednesday, making the completionof will be Mrs. O. R. Bleech, resigned last summer to become
several- weeks of study of the Mrs. Carl Kols d and Mrs. W. C.I pastor of the new Forest Hill Bap-
State of Hawaii. Darden. tist Church in West Palm Beach.Air .

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I I decorated with hibiscus, pineapples '
and other tropical flowegand
! The Rardin Building In Canal Point, Florida I fruits native to Hawaii. The !

place cards were made by the child
: THE LAKE'OKEECHOBEE REGION HOME OF The luau roast
ren. "
featuring :
Travel Is
I. pork,i baked sweet potatoes and ,
THE EVERGLADES NEWS conconut cake with. pineapple It'i.i
hili, was prepared by Mrs. .
_ Serving the Lake Okeechobee Farming Region Without Stanley, cafeteria manager, and Fast"I
InterrupUon Every Week for More Than 30 Years I I her staff.Although prepared espec-

J Established March 11, 1924 Published Every Friday ially for Mrs. Lair's pupils, it was
served to the other school children,
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I. Subscription Price $2.00 Year In Advance as well during the lunch hour. I I II
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(7l The Everglades News Is Entered at the Post Office Special guests, in addition to the:

r ri In Canal Point, Florida, as Second,Class Matter I I parents of the ehildren, were Mrs. ;
__ Marjorie Crick, co-ordinator of the I
i r Rardin Owner Editor Publisher
% Paul exceptional children's program for

f. _- I. -I I Palm Beach County schools; Dr. :I

Mary Margaret Burns, psychologist -
Here Is What Transpired At Monday's I for Royal Palm Schools, anl
Mrs. Margaret Mosley, Palm Beach .
\ Meeting Of The Palm Beach County elementary school super-

visor for the Glades area.

''i County CommissionThe Following the luau, the children

; II presented a quiz program on Hawaii
I in the school auditorium. The FLY WITHZIMMERMAN
: county commission this week I' compact cars for CommissionersVan panel included Ginger Willis,
: agreed to call for an immediate Kessel and Bandlow. Sharyn Zimmerman, Lois Adams,
audit by the state of the commis Approved the bonds of 33 deputy I Elizabeth Gist and,David Caraway,
.: sion's operations- for the past two sheriffs-29 of them for special with Marcia Geiger serving as mod ,

years. deputies.'S I erator.
The suggestion for an immediate Agreed to protest a state road BELLE GLADE PAHOKEE ,
audit was made by E. F. Van Kes- department plan to relocate State After the quiz show Mrs. Ralph
sel new member of the ? county Road AlA at Boca Raton. I I Stanley showed color slides of.Ha- Office Hours 'r Other Day or Nite

board, in behalf of' himself and Oeccided to offer-its, cooperation j j i waiian scenes she had photographed Phone'WY 6-2086 Phone 3871
Commissioner Edward Bandlow, to the. Lake Worth Drainage Dis- '' while touring Hawaii three p
Lake Worth, another freshman trict in drafting proposed legislation years ago' with comments on the I
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member of the commission. which would allow the estab- various scenes. 'I iv&i t&xgf&mg I '"

Meantime, Van Kessel said, he lishment of sub drainage districts I _
believed the commission should review within the LWDD in the interest of -
the last state audit made : improved'drainage conditions. Lr ; _

about two years ago. Authorized members to attend a '
school of instruction for
In other actions this week the county S '
commission: commissioners to be held at Tallahassee ; F ,:c F -F

Voted to call for bids x for two I Jan. 27 and 28. Commissioner :- '
I Paul Rardin and County_ Attora- Ji "

'ey Harry Johnston will take part in !4 'i
panel discussiolns during the 'F

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FOR SALE:,.New and used WillysJe'eps. Dr. James McCall Is 1<> > <. f-* f fffm. 7 I

In Belle.'Glade Walter, Phone AshleyrS Oct.3058.17-54-ch.Garage Head Georgia Group :1 ; I c ; 'j'S;;

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FOR SALE: FHA Financing avail- I A1' I II
Chamblee, Ga., son of Mr. and Mrs I
able, CBS Duplex Apartmenthouse I
J. L. McCall, Sr., of Canal Point \ \ I I '
2 BR Kresky Oil Floor fur- :
has been re-elected secretary-treas.1
naces, kitchen exhaust fans, 21 IS <'
of the
urer Georgia Chiropractic
Blocks from School Approximately ; I __ .
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Association, this being the second ,
10 percent down., See Julius T. "C .
consecutive year he has been chosen -I
Moon, 156 N. Flame Ave. 4tc
I for this office, according to word --
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APARTMENTS for rent. I have received by his parents. FAlI ..
: two nice apartments for rent in During his four and a half yearsof .'_ 4\
Pahokee at 397 East Main Street. practice, Dr. McCall has been Enjoy b
Mrs. J. B. Crosby. J20Paid quite active in his profession, serv- .-? .
ing as program ,chairman, secre-
SUBSCRIPTIONS are due if your tary-treasurer and president of the
name label shows you to be m Atlantic district of GCA. He has ,

arrear on payment. Send along built a $50,000 chiropractic clinicat
that $2.00 payment now and we Chamblee where his staff of as- : .

will continue to send you this great sistants include an associate chir- S. I

palladium of the family fires d opractor, a technician and a receptionist : 1t t
The Everglades News, Canal Point, I '

Fla. As GCA secretary-treasurer, Dr.
McCall hcs the responsibility of Issuing -
SPARE ROOMS for rent? ,If you ,, ,
renewal certificates to
every
have one, get in touch with this
newspaper and insert a $1 classi- doctor Georgia.A of chiropractic. in the Stateof for Convenience, Efficiency olld Economy : CJ; r .
ified ad. It will get results. All ads :
graduate of Pahokee High 1'1
payable in advance The EvergladesNews '
Canal Point, Fla. School, Class of 1945, he receivedhis If.your lights dim when CONVENIENT-becauseyoucanuseseverale1ec- -. :.,
college training at Bob Jones ances start, or your TV picture trical appliances where and when you want them >
APARTMENTS are needed by University, Greenville, S. C., and shrinks,and fuses often blow and arrange your furnishings and lamps as you ?' .
many folks coming into this area attended the Palmer School of your home is cluttered witk extension wish-and always find an outlet handy. : ))1
to earn a living. Do you have one Chiropractic for his DC degree and cords-what you need is I I

for rent? Tell them and the world internship. / full Housepower!And that means EFFICIENT-because lights and appliances will J

through a $1 classified ad in these .... -- 100-200 amp electric service,with get their rightful share electrical energy.Lights, ;' !
columns. Send along a descriptionof the right size wires leading into will be brighter. Appliances-such as toaster. (' .\I
the apartment and a $1 bill andS Mrs. Mamie Pugh Is your house, and plenty of cir roaster,waffle iron-mil heat up properly and give 'If. '

we'll do the rest. The Everglades Honored On BirthdayMrs. cuits, outlets and switches. Yes, better results. 'i" {
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News Point
fullHousepowerisyourpowertoLive i
Mamie Pugh was honoredon .... Better Electrically-today ECONOMICAL-because you will be able to install S t
I and tomorrow. Full Housepower major electrical equipment now-or later- .
her 84th a
Gracious LivingIn birthday anniversaryat makes your home... with little or no additional expense for wiring. -:::". ,
a surprise party and barbecue

this S bedroom, 2 bath home dinner given by her children at the SEE YOUR ELECTRICAL WIRING CONTRACTOR FOR A FREE CHECK-UP NOW < tj'f

in Belle Glade. Plenty,of room, Glades Park, Canal Point. Attending f
were Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Chas- -- '
inside and outside Excellent lo- 0)) .5 :
tain, Mr. and Mrs. Dorsey Pugh, ,
I cation.. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Hitchcock, S j 1fJ I

\ Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Pugh and -t 1 a7E/ fLu VV ;, .
family, Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Pugh (
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BILL J. BAILEY.Box t, !
and children, Dr. and Mrs. WilliamT. .
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Phone WY G-S084 Gist and family, Mr. and Mrs. S ::::;" \:
Larry BerryhiU and son Mr. and l'
Belle Glade, Florida Mrs. James Gibson, Mrs. Mae Laf- FLORIDA POWER: & LIGHT COMPANY 5 .
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L : John D. Mock has returned to Mrs. Douthit -.- t f
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Graham To
Billy
Colquitt, Ga., after a visit with his
i; PERSONAL NEWS NOTESThe r brother and sistre-in-law, Mr. and Wed For 50 YearsMr.
I Mrs. J. C. Mock, in Pahokee.Mr. Hold Miami Meet

.- and Mrs. James I. (Jimmy) and Mrs. R. S. Douthit have
u Moore have as guests his parents, returned from Ga. .
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Methodist :Men's: Club of Pa- i returned to Farmersville, Ill., after Mr. and Mrs. James F. Moore, and MIAMI "God's Blueprint for where they attended a reception in
hokee will hold its monthly dinner i a visit here with their cousins brother-in-law and sister Mr. and Revival" was disclosed to more observance of the 50th wedding an-
meeting at the church Tuesday' Rollo J. Simonson and Mr. and I Mrs. Desmond Riley, all of Wynne than 300 persons Sunday afternoonat niversary of Mrs. Douthit's parents -

.' 7:30 p. m. President O. B. McClure Mrs. Robert B. ,Simonson. Ark.Miss a Prayer .Rally in preparationfor Mr. and Mrs. O. P. Griffin,
' will preside. Mrs. ,Lonnie Youngblood accom- Katherine Grassl of Mc- the United Prayer Program of held in the recreation hall of the
Mrs. R. B. Simonson, chairman, I panied by her son-in-law an'] nominee Michigan spendin the Billy Graham Greater Miami Ochlochnee First Baptist Churchon ,
will preside at a meeting of the daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Howard three weeks as the guest of her Evangelistic Crusade March 526. New Year's Day. The honorees
I Jordan and and her son, brother, C. O. Grassl in Pahokee.Mr. The Shores
Commission on Social Christian family, by rally, in the Miami former residents of this area operated -
Concerns at the Pahokee First I! Virgil Youngblood. of Tignall Ga., Grassl is connected with the Presbyterian Church, was the first a general store in Canal
. Methodist Church Wednesday, at i I have returned to her home at Commerce United States Sugar Cane Field j I I of three preparatory sessions sponsored Point in 1923-24 and lived in Pa-
8:30 p. m. Ga., after a visit with her Station at Canal Point. by the General Prayer Com- hokee in 1930-31 while :Mr. Griffin
Mr. ,and Mrs. J. W. Guthrie and son-in-law and daughter Mr. and Mrs. Geo. B. Ramey, accompanied mittee of the Crusade. Similar rallies was engaged in farming. More than

daughter, Margo, of Miami visitedhis Mrs. Henry C. Allen and grand- by her sister-in-law Mrs.C. will be held at 3:00 P. M., Sunday 125 friends attended the receptionto
parents, Mr. and Mrs. I. S. daughter, MUss Edna Allen at Ca- H. Williamson of Darien Conn., January 15, in Central Baptist offer' their congratulations to
Guthrie, here over the weekend. nal Point. is 'spending the weekend with her Church, 500 N. E. First Avenue Mr. and Mrs. Griffin.
Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Byrd, accompanied Gene Pugh has returned to Groton son-in-law and daughter :Mr. and and Sunday January 22, in First __ coI :
by her mother, Mrs. J. M. Conn., whera he is attendinga Mrs. Hugh G. Miller, III at Green I Methodist Church of Coral Gables CIRCLE ENTERTAINSMembers

Harris, and by Mr. and Mrs. J. C. U. S. Coast Guard radio school, Acres Estates,.Rockledge.' 536 Coral- --n- Way.-.., ,. I of the Golden Circle
Mock, visited their son-in-law and after spending a two-weeks leave I The prayer leaders who attendedthe Sunday School Class at the Paho-
daughter, Mr and Mrs. Kenneth C. with his parents Mr. and Mrs. H. I Miami Shores rally, the nucleusof kee First Baptist Church entertained -

Mock, and family in West Palm H. Pugh, at Canal Point. y more than 100 persons recommended at the home of their teacher,
Beach Sunday. Mrs. Kenneth Mock, I Dr. Dorothy Tucker has returnedto by their pastors as partici- Mrs. H. C. Graham with a party
at'the'' time, had just returned home Huntsville, Texas where she is pants in the United Prayer Program and baby shower in compliment to

from a West Palm Beach hospital, a member of the Sam Houston heard ,repeatedly that there Mrs. George Mills. Hostesses with
\ where she was a patient for several State Teachers: College after a can be no revival unless Christians Mrs. Graham were Mrs. Ed Gnffia
days. visit with her parents Mr. and follow the "blueprint" given in II Mrs. Don Waddell, Mrs. Chuck
Mr. and Mrs. George W. Mills
Erikson Peerson of Stuart visited Mrs. G. H. (Duke) Tucker at Ca- Chornicles 7:14: O'Conner Mrs. Glenn Powell and
Ann Harrison Pahokee
(Betty ) of
Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Thorneberryin nal Point. "If My people which are called Mis. Charles Jernigan.
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announce the birth of a son. George
Pahokee over the weekend.Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Garrett and by My name, hall humble them- -- -
W., Jr., at the Everglades Memorial -
and Mrs. P. B. Williamson ac- children have returned to Atlanta Hospital ,Jan. 10. The Mills selves, and pray, and seek My face HOME FROM LAKE BUTLERMr.
.. companied by their sister-in-law of Ga., after a visit here with her have three, small daughters. Thisis and turn from their wicked ways; : and Mrs. Seth W. Roberts
Darien, Conn., were visitors in Fort parents Mr. and Mrs. A. H. their first son. then will I hear from heaven, and have returned .from Lake Butler
Scruggs.Mrs. will forgive their sin, and will heal
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Lauderdale Monday.Mr. I Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Mills (Ma- where they were called by the deathof
and Mrs. Leonard Maxson F. M. Wilson has returned jorie Bailey) of Pahokee announce their land." his bother, Herman K. Roberts,
and family visited her niece Mrs.! from a visit with her daughter, the birth of a daughter Valerie .. 80,. Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Weeks and

Francine Prather, and family, Mr. Mrs. Don Adams, and family' at Elaine, at the'Everglades Memorial Sorority Business family of Canal Point cousins of
and Mrs. and Alexandria Va., her son, Dennis
Ray Bryant famiyand' Hospital Jan. 10. Valerie Elaine the deceased also attended the
other relatives in Princeton, Wilson and family at Troy Ohio Meeting JanuaryThe funeral services.
and George W. Mills, Jr., born on
and her Mrs. Albert Nelson,
Fla., over the weekend.Mr. sister : -
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the same day are cousins.Mr.
: and Mrs. Earl Wilson and at Spencer Iowa. Her sister Mrs.
and Mrs. Robert Busb e Omicron Chapter of the Sig- 1 CHARLES TUCKER TO SPEAK
,children of Miami accompanied by Nelson who had been seriously (Nora Leline Leopard) of Pahokee ma Eta Fine Arts Society held its I ,Charles'Tucker of West Palia
Miss Sadie Wilson visited his uncle ill for several months passed away I announce the birth of a daughter, I January business meeting at the Beach, assistant county agricul--
and Mrs. F. M. Wilson while Mrs. Wilson was enroute
Mr. and
aunt Martha Jean at the Everglades home of Mrs. Anna Lee Faulk, with tural agent will be guest speakerat
at Canal Point the past week- home. I II Memorial Hospital Jan. 6.- Mrs. Mabel Lutz co-hostess. Mrs. the January meeting of,the Ca-
end. I Mrs. Joseph Kahn entertained at Faulk will also be hostess at the
I Mr. and Mrs. Brannon Hart nal Point Garden Club at the homeof
Mrs. Helen Schroder had as her home with a party honoring her (Jesina Yvonne Whitehurst) of next social meeting of the chapter, Mrs. C. B. Stringari Thursday
guests Wednesday Mr. and Mrs. I daughter. Miss Majorie Kahn, on Belle Glade announce the birth of which will be held at her home with I afternoon Mrs. C. G. Coburn will
Horace Swope of Stuart. her sixteenth birthday anniver a son Brannon Jerome at the I Mrs. Betty Kidder to present the present the Arbor Day program.
Mrs. G. H. (Duke) Tucker Sr.. sary. Refreshments were served by Everglades Memorial Hospital: program.I -. .-. .
is visiting her niece/ Mrs. Bill 'I the hostess to 35 guests.Mr. Jan. 5.Wilbur. I -a-----.----- Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Hignite
and Fort and Mrs. .. .
Rogers family at. Myers Lloyd Hundley entertained
and Mrs: C. W. Pell and had as guests Mr. and Mrs. Law-
this week. She will be accompanied at their home with din-
a King New family have as a house guest for rence Lyles and daughter of Salem.
1 home by her sister Mrs. Maxine ner party honoring Mrs. Hundley's the'winter season his mother, Ind., and Mr. and Mrs. Paul Roland
Joyce, who is returning to Pahokee uncle Frank Friend and O. B. McClure Head. RRPUC Board Marie Pell of Davis; West Mrs.j I I of Fredericksburg, Ind.
after a three-week: visit with her the occasion being in obser- .

daughter and family there. vance of their birthday anniver- .
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Mr. and Mrs. James Fyffe have I 1 I sairies. his fellow commissioners
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to expedite Commission busi-
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from the next Legislature and to
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of Commission business in the fu- .
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I The new chairman in conferencewith _
Commissioners Jerry W. Car-
ter and Edwin L. Mason and mem-
i -, bers of the staff told them he knew
the Commission would continue to
do the best possible job within the
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limits set by the manpower and
tools made available to it. He reminded
Funds Available them that the financing of
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ject of newspaper editorials and
TO BUILD NEW HOMES
was sure that the Legislature will

recognize the added responsibilitiesof modern building material for the modern home
Maybe you've been thinking about the Everglades the RR&PUC and make adequate unlimited com-
concrete masonry gives you
Federal as just a place to PUT money, in a provisions for them to be carried binations of distinctive wall patterns that harmo-

convenient Savings Account to earn 4V4 percent out funds.by appropriating the necessary nize perfectly with contemporary and traditional

interest. But, the Everglades Federal is a place to home styles. A concrete masonry home reduces

,GET money to build that dream home you've been AT THE IIOSPITAL maintenance and upkeep stays new looking

longer, too. For quality block precision madeon
wishing for all these years. We have the money
Patients at the Everglades Me- Stearns equipment see us today.
available today. Come in and let the
us explain con- j mortal Hospital Wednesday were

venience of our plan for financing that new home.You'll ,i 1 Luther York. Mrs. Ophelia (Rusty) USE CONCRETE MASONRY FOR STRUCTURAL BEAUTY

be agreeably surprised how easy plans-can Woodcock, Mrs. Ruth Marie Kennedy -
I James Walker, Betty Rae
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I Rogers and Mrs. Majorie'Mills.
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AND LOAN INSURANCE CORPORATION day anniversary. The hostess was PAHOKEE, FLA. BELLE GLADE FLA.

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Palm-Lake Baptist State Welfare Aid j t

For 4,958 Locals ;

Group Meets Feb. 8
I Thomas E. Penick, Chairman of t
,: District 10 Welfare Board of the !

',". .> I A Palm-Lake Association meet- i State Department of Public Welfare I

) ing of the Baptist Woman's Missionary reported that in Palm Beach !
Union will be held at the County 4,958 persons were assisted ,
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' "\" Pahokee First Baptist Church ,:n in the four categories of publio assistance I

l ii"' Feb. 8, according to announcementmade for the month of De I

at the January meetings of cember.A I
the four circles of the Pahokee total of 1,752 persons received I!

r The Pahokee Church The Church Of God Canal Point WMU. Old Age Assistance in the amount I''
"Indians in the Southwest" of $89,002.00. 86 persons received
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Of The :Nazarene Of Prophecy; PahokeeCanal Baptist ChurchRev. the program topic Introduced oy Aid to the Blind, totaling $5,153.00.: I

I Mrs. Mary Hammond at the meet- 768 families representing 2,311
71 Bacom Point Road I Point Road SUNDAY. Charles D. Stewart, Pastor ing or'the Grace Jernigan ,Circle children, received Aid to Dependent I I

Charles, Crauswell,Pastor John H. Kinard pastor : at the home of the chairman Mrs. Children in the amount of $46.-
Phone 7528 P. O..Box 882 1U:00 a. .-Sunday School 9:45'a. m.-Sunday School H. C. Graham. Program parts were 778.00.204, persons received Aid to I
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9:45 a. m.-Sunday School. 7:45 p. Evangelistic Service p. -Training R. Henderson Mrs. J. L. Hum- 523.00. I t
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11:00 a. .-Sunday Worship. 8:00 p. m. Tuesday-V. L. B. WEDNESDAY p. m.-Evening Worship phrey Mrs. R. S. Douthit Mrs. W., In addition 378 children receiv- I

6:30 p. m.-Juniors. 8:00 p. m. Thursday-W. M. B. 7:30 : M. DuBose Mrs Wiley Tillis and j I ed service during the month, 176 :
m.-Prayer Meeting.
7:00 p. m.-Sunday Evening Everyone welcome. Special music -p. -- Mrs Frank Thompson. The group of whom were in foster homes. The I

Evangelistic Service. and singing. will next meet with Mrs. Alex: total state and local cost for these

WEDNESDAY: ... Christian Science Johnson.A I child welfare services was $11. I
7:30 p. m.-Midweek Prayer report on the child at the Bap- I 608.95. E
Group Of Canal Point .
meeting. The Methodist Church tist Children's. Home who has been There were 9 adoption petitions

"Where you are a.! stranger but Canal Point FloridaRobert How true health-and harmonyare "adopted" by "the Betty Mills Circle studied for the Circuit Court. Theseare II

I once. ., established will be brought out was given by Mrs. W. O. Mossat children placed in. homes independent '
A. Shelley, Pastor in the Lesson-Sermon entitled the meeting at her home.Mrs. of service through a licensed

First Methodist SUNDAY: "Life" at Christian Science churches E. B. Gamble guest speaker, spokeon I child placing agency and
10:00 a m.-Church School Sunday. "Effectiveness of Prayer." Mrs.C. the Welfare Board is responsible

Church, Pahokee ; 11:00 a. .-Morning Worship I Included in the Bible readingsis L. Shirley, Jr., will be hostessat I according, law to make these reports -,

6:30 p. m.-Youth Fellowship this statement from Deuteronomy the next meeting at her home. to the court. __ -

Rev..T. C. O'Steen- v 7:30 p. .-Evening Worship (5:33): : "Ye shall walk in all Mrs.E. B. Gamble presented the I Palm Beach County is also rep
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SUNDAY: :',MONDAY: I the ways which the Lord your God program "Facing the Alcohol resented on the-District Welfare I
9:45 a. m.-church School 3:15 p. m.-Youth Choir practice hath commanded you, that ye may I Problem," at the meeting of the Board by the Rev. Paul M. Cassen
11:00 a. m.:.-Morning Worship TUESDAY: live, and that it may be well with Lottie Moon Circle at the home of Mrs. Helen R. Tedder, Mrs. Helen (

6:45 p. .-MYF 8:00 p. m.-Woman's Society1st you and that ye may prolong your i,Mrs. Adaline Wroten, with Mrs. I D. Woodward, West Palm Beach,
7:45.p. m.-Evening Worship Tuesday2nd days in the land which ye shall f Paul Watson presiding- in the absence -! and Mrs. Doris Sasser Pahokee. t
.
TUESDAY: of the I -
chairman Mrs.
Billy-
:MONDAY: possess. .
7:00 p. m.-=Vesper Choir prac- 7:30 p. m.-Esther Class meeting This passage from "Science ani Sheffield. Mrs. Horace Unwin as-I Miss Mary Ellen Sims I
ticeWEDNESDAY
sisted Mrs. Gamble. Devotionalswere
WEDNESDAY: Health with Key to the Scriptures"by
: 7:30 p. m.-Prayer Meeting Mary Baker Eddy will also be given by Mrs. C.A. Batchelor, To WedJamesL.Deal I
7:45 p. m.-Mid-week devotions Mrs. J. C. Mock and Mrs. Unwin. .
read: "Our proportionate admissionof
8:30. .-Senior Choir prac The wedding of Miss :Mary Ellen
p. "Alcoholism" was also the
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the claims of good or of evil program
tice.Canal St. Mary's Catholic determines the harmony of our topic presented by Mrs. Ed- Sims and James L. Deal, Jr., will
take place at the Canal Point Methodist -
ward Culberson at the of
ChurchFather existence,-our health, our longevity meeting
the Faye Taylor Circle at the homeof Church Saturday, Jan. 14, at
Point First and our Christianity" (167:7).
II 3 p. m., with the Rev. Robert Shel-
Mrs, Milton Douglas, with Mrs.
The Golden Text is taken fro;.n
Baptist ChurchElder Francis Fennech Pastor I John ((5:11): "This is the record I I C. L. Shirley Sr., and Mrs. An- ley, pastor to officiate, according I
Sunday Mass 11:30 m.
a. nette McCurdy assisting. Partici- to plans announced by the bride-
I that God hath given to us eternal :
R. E.Barfield Confessions before. Mass. life and this life is in his Son." I pating in the devotionals were,Mrs.C. elect.
Mrs. Buford Justice of Jupiterwill
SUNDAY: Williams, Mrs. J. D. Douglas
J 10:00 a. m.-Sunday SchOol First Baptist 'I Mrs. Edwin Todd Mrs. Lois White be matron of honor, Miss

11:00 a. m. Morning: Worship "China" and Mrs. Gene Gore. Mrs. Lee Wro- Sim's only attendant. Emory Deal
'. Church Pahokee Is Subject ten of Statesboro Ga., will be best
7:00 p. .-B. T. C. I superintendent of the church
8:00 For department showed film man; Billy Lee of Statesboro and'
p. m.Evening Worship Sorority MeetingMrs. nursery a
SUNDAY:: SERVICES
: I Delray Bilby of Cocoa Beach, ush
WEDNDESDAY: and spoke of the work in her de-
9:45'8. m.-Sunday School : ers. Miss Betty Johnson, cousin of I
7:30 m.-fidweek Prayer partment. Mrs. Edwin Todd was
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p. Emogene Scott
presented a I .
11:00 ,
a. m.-Morning Worship
Service chosen as hostess for the next the bride-elect will present the,
program on "China" at the meeting I
6:45 m.-Training Union
2nd and 4th TUESDAYS: p. of the Xi Alph Mu Chapter, meeting and Mrs. F. Gillis, co- program of nuptial music. I
8:00 m.-Evening Worship
p. The the
hostess. reception following ceremony -
7:30 .-Ladies Auxiliary I
p. Beta Sigma Phi Sorority at the
WEDNESDAY: ,
i I will be at the Pahokee Woman's -
Meeting. home of Mrs. Becky Howard with
8:00 .
-Prayer Meeting.
p. CLASSIFIED ADS Club. No formal invitationsare
.
.. the president Mrs. Joan Tucker.
PAY BIG DIVIDENDS being issued locally but all I
St. Peter's Lutheran presiding. Refreshments, featuring ;
Church Of God friends are invited.
Chinese cookies and tea, were serv-
Church, Belle Glade Barfield Highway ed by Mrs. Howard and Mrs. Val- -
arie Davis co-hostess. ffiffiT ffftfffiGTT iW -

August Koerber Pastor Plans were made for a Chinese
9:45 A. M.-Sunday School A COMPLETE ACCOUNT OF THE THIRD GREATEST -
New Year to be held at the
601 W. Lake Rd., Belle Glade party
11:00 A. M.-:Morning Worship DISASTER IN LOSS OF LIVES IN U.HISTORY
SUNDAY: home Mrs. Lillian Beverly on J al1. I
7:00 P. M.:-L. W: W. B. (Par-
19 for members and their escorts.
Divine Services 11 A. M. -
School 9:45 A. M.- sonage) Named on the committee in chargeof | Okeechobee Hurricane
7:30 P. M.-Evening Worship .
-.41. arrangements were Mrs. Mildred:
.7:30 P. M.Tuesday-Prayer Meeting Schoeppel, chairman Mrs. Lillian and the Hoover Dike \

Holy Nativity Beverly, Mrs. Hilda Jensen, Mrs.
7:30 P. M. FridayChildren'sCtiurch
Episcopal ChurchPahokee Marjorie Mock Mrs. Evelyn Lair By Lawrence E. Will (Author of "Custard Apple Days)
and Mrs. Elsie Sims.
I 7:30 P. M. Friday-Y. P. E. Read of the Devastation of South Bay Torry Island. Chosen
I ..:a ..... Belle Glade. Lake Harbor, Pahokee Eagle Bay.

-Wendell Hainlin, Vicar ? I AT LIONS MEETINGAt How Bodies were collected by Boats and Burned in Heaps.'
Six Circles Meet
SUNDAY: the dinner meeting of the Ca- To Statistics on Barometer Wind Velocity Rainfall, Lake Levels

10 a. .-Sunday School nal Point Lions Club, it was announced On Next MondayThe Story of the "Lost Settlement of Pelican Bay" exposed.

11 a._m.-Worship Service J. W. Repper zone chair- Proposal to Prevent Recurrence of Disaster-"Build a Wall

man, and Mrs. Repper and Presi- six circles of the Pahokee Down There and Post the Military". .

Mr. and Mrs. R. F*Hurt had as dent P. A. Slonaker and Mrs. Slon- Methodist WSCS will meet sepa- Herbert Hoover's Visit and its Results ,

I guests Sunday Mrs.Walter Slaughter aker will represent the club at the rately at homes of members Mon- How Congress put the Navigation Cart before the Flood Con-
and daughter. Drena of Jensen mid-winter Lions Conference at Co- day. The Mary Martha Circle will trol Horse.

Beach. Cocoa Beach this weekend. meet with Mrs. W. S. Plumer, 10a. How the Levee was Built and How it was Tested

---- m.; the Mabel Simonson Circle
WITH MAPS AND :MANY PICTURES OF HURRICANE

rriamYittriYfrStirrSrty! 1 : I\t! !t7\1Iro, lt'l'1r'fl'tlm' ,!l\t'Y \ IITlf t'IT"TItW-! with Mrs.JT. V. Thomas, 3:30 p. m.; DAMAGE AND OF THE CONSTRUCTION OF THE DIKE
the Lair with Mrs.
Margery
Circle
NOW ON SALE AT NEWS STANDS AND AT THE
G. W. Byrd, 3:30: p. m.; the Gertrude EVERGLADES NEWS OFFICE, CANAL POINT
Shirley Circle with Mrs. L.

J. Fraser 8 p. m.; the Miriam Circle PRICE $1.00TREATRES

with Mrs. Jack Spencer 8 p.
N
MffMllt CESTFISSss m.; and the Vena Mae Schroder
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her new mobile home. 8 p. m.
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OWNED AND OPERATED BY MORE THAN Ranch Visit For '
I
120 FLORIDA CATTLEMENWE Group Of Children! : I
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WORK FOR THE BEST MARKET INTERESTS OF
CONSIGNORS AT ALL TIMES Mrs. Roy Vandegrift, Sr., .entertained PRINCE LAKE DRIVE-IN
I a group of children by tak-
I WE ADVERTISE FOR COMPETITIVE BUYER PARTICIPATION ing them on a tour of the V-W Pahokee Pahokee-Bclle Glade Road

AND 3IAINTAIN OPEN COMPETITIVE Ranch, followed by horseback rid- I -
1\L\RI WHERE ALL BUYERS BUY WITH_ I ing and a hamburger fry at hte -2 MO FEATURES -

CONFIDENCE I Vandegrift home on East Main St. S -MONDAr-TUESDAY SUNDAYMONDAY-TUESDAY .
. T I Children making the tour included -{ JANUARY 15-16-17
,
Ruthelle Vandegrift Kathy JANUARY 15-16-17

SALES EVERY MONDAY AT 1 p. m. I Boynton.. Billy Preston George Ma- JERRY LEWIS AS MABKTWAI.V.S-

.. I grill Beverly Wilkinson Janet "The Adventure of

Glades Livestock Market Ass'n were Meredith joined and at Alice the hamburger Johnson. They fry "THE BELLBOY Huckleberry Finn"AT

by Mrs. J. H. Wilkinson Jr., and O -
ON PAHOKEE-BELLE GLADE ROAD daughters, Cathy and Linda Mrs. A VISUAL DIARY OF.A ,
UTIlE BOWERY BOYS 1\1EET
-. PHONE WY 6- 028 GEORGE YOUNG, MANAGER Marvin Vandegrift, Mrs.Mert Fuller MADCAP IN GAY MIAMI THE MONSTERS"
Jack Sherrod and son. Don. and I

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;t:',' Pahokee Planning- Dessert-Bridge For Lee Shirleys MoveBack ALCOHOLISM IS SUBJECT I
Blue Devils Win Mrs. J. J. Walker presented a

. Sorority GroupMrs. Into Their HomeMr. program on "Alcoholism, a Di
{continued from page 1) sease" at the January meeting of
.2 Close Net Games Bacom Point Road
owners on are
opposed it.Accepted Lois White and :Mrs.: Ralph and Mrs. C. L. (Lee) Shir- i the lone Patterson Canal Point
Baptist VMS, Circle at the home
" 1"f was the bid for Car- O. Johnson of the social committee ley, Jr., and family have moved I
of Mrs. J. S. McCall. It was an-
of Xi Beta
Beta Tau Chapter,
Coach Bill Howard's Pahokee I
Mad Safety Equipment Companyto back into their home on Bacom
will be at
nounced the next meeting
'!' "High Blue Devil basketball squad Sigma Phi Sorority, assisted by
furnish ladder device
a safety Point Road, which has been O'Connell
com- Frank
the home of Mrs. ,
Mrs. Harold Wilkinson, entertained -
3 I had: two red letter nights during for the waterworks water towersat .
remodeled Blanton and with Mrs. Charles D. Stewart to
with Mrs. pletely by
t, the past week as they chalked jp a cost of $508.63. City Clerk a dessert-bridge
1- their first two wins of the current Patsy Batchelor was instructed to Wilkinson's home. Mrs. Ellis Wilkinson Unwin, including the addition of a have charge of the. _program.

r. season, beating! the Clewiston Tig.l enter negotiations with the City of was high score winner. Oth- Florida room, bedroom, utility J.
ers, 48-38, Friday night and nosing Lake Placid for 100 cubic yards of ers attending were Mrs. J. L. Ty- room and'an enlarged kitchen. The I BPW. CLUB MEETINGMrs.
:L out the Stuart Tigers, 51-49, in an red clay for the infield of the base- son, Mrs. John Hatton, Mrs. R. H. Doris Carter will be hostessto
r overtime period Tuesday night. ball diamond at the City Park. Nason, Mrs.: : Carroll Parker, Mrs. Shirleys have been living in an members of the Pahokee Busi-
Both games were played on the An official invitation for Paho David Unwin,Mrs. W. K. Aldridge, 'apartment on Barfield Highway for ness and Professional Women's ,
( home-court. kee city officials to attend the dedi- and Mrs. W. O. Moss. At a brief the past two months while their Club at a social meeting at her
b Gary Sanders led the Blue Devil cation of Lake Okeechobee's Herbert business session of the chapter, house was being remodeled. Port Mayaca home Tuesday night.WANTEDtE.

- scoring in both games, accounting Hooter Dike at Clewiston was with the president, Mrs. Moss, pre-
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points : : ,
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test and 28 points against Stuart. James W. Vann reported''on the ter will have charge of decorationsfor
The Stuart game was a thriller, progress being made by the special the sorority's annual St. Valen- I
a see-saw affair all the way committee appointed by the councilto tine's dance.DOUBLE !
through with Pahokee behind, 25- devise a workable program I I
21, at the half,time, then\pulling up under which the City of Pahokeecan .BIKTIDJAY I
to a 47-47 dead-heat finish that I qualify under Section 221 of the The home of Mr. and,Mrs. :Milton I BUYERS FOR BARGAINS | J

\ required an overtime to decide the I Federal Housing Act for federal Salvatore was the scene Tuesday;r f We are having a sale on discontinued quality paints. These -J-:
contest. Each team had gotten two housing loans applied for by in- i
before Jim evening of a party honoring their I! paints ideal for migrant homes, barns, and fences at a savings X j1
overtime points Suggs dividuals. Councilman Billy McKin-
daughter, Susan, and Mrs. Salvatore's -
I before offered. We have in stock with J.
tipped the ball on the rebound into never over 5,000 gallons
named the committee,
stry was on mother, Mrs. John E.Wilson.
the basket for the two points, that replacing Councilman Hugo Boe, on their birthday anniversaries I over 30 colors to chose from Minimum orders 50 gallons. Call colt I

clinched the game for the Blue and Claude Shirley, replacing Lewis Others present were Mr. and Mrs. I. lect. for appointment. 4t | .

Devils. Friend. I Frank Gillis and family, Mr. and I INGRAM'S PAINT COMPANY ?c f i
During the coming week the Blue -
Mrs. Carmen Salvatore, Sr., Miss
Devils will be away'from horns, I CLASSIFIED ADS I Elaine Salvatore, Woodie Salvatore -, Phone TE 3-5075 West Palm Beach ::_ I
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playing the Belle Glade Golden
PAY BIG DIVIDENDS
Rams this Friday night and the i and John E. Wilson. -HH : : : : : :--t-:+}.-:--: : j H : j-j :-HHH+H--+K-H I

Lake Worth Trojans Tuesday I I
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. C. P. PTA Honors a ,

(continued-from page 1) j ,, f.,, Everglades Federal Savings ,And 'I
troduced her husband, A. Q. How- ..
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ell, former member of the County '
School Board. Both Mr. and Mrs. j Loan Association of Belle Glade t

Howell are past presidents of the > .., .,,. .. ...., '-

Canal Point PTA. They recently I .: : BELLE GLADE, FLORIDA
moved from Canal Point into their .. .
home at Immokalee.At --
new ,
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the business session_the group I I .- \. : STATEMENT OF CONDITION :
voted $25 to be used in repairingthe '

teachers' lounge at the school. I I R V ,. December 31, 1960' 'I
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ton's sixth grade room. Mrs. Cher- | ASSETS LIABILITIES AND CAPITAL

ry announced a PTA County Council -
First ?Mortgage Loans ... .. Accounts ...... ....... ..............
meeting will,be held at the Belie | .....,...........j. ......-$12,117,637.12 Savings .... $12,841,017.27
Glade School Jan. 17 at 8 m. -
High p. g Loans on Savings Accounts ...,-............ 95,340.09 .
The Rev. Charles D. Stewart, i Advances From Federal Home
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pastor of the Canal Point Baptist' | F. H. A. Title I Improvement Loans.... 65048.65 Loan Bank ........._....................... None
Church, spoke on "Spiritual Guidance \.
... in Our Schools." Refresh- I Real Estate Sold on Contract ... ........... 56,069.38 "
ments were served by Mrs. Grady g -- Loans Process .._..........................:..... 301,324.02Real

'Echols and Mrs.James Gibson in Estate Owned ................................ 27,594.27 .

the school cafeteria. Other Liabilities ...........:...- .. .....::..... 14,860.66
Stock in Federal Home.Loan Bank _.... 200,000.00 : :
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ATfEND'VEDDING: U. S. Government Obligations ............ -. 455812.50 Deferred CreditsSpecific .....:.... .... : ...L- ......... 9,929.68
Among those who will arrive ..
here this weekend to attend the Other Investment Securities ......._....... 103125.00; t ,*, \; .
wedding of Miss :Mary Ellen Sims Reserves .......'.:."...........:.............. 14,772.38
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(and James L. Deal, Jr., are Mr. and Accrued Interest Investments .......... 16,224.63 % *4'"

Mrs. James L. Deal, Sr., :Mr. and I Cash on Hand and in Banks ................ 1,102,370.89 General Reserves: ,
Mrs. Emory Deal and children, and

Bill Lee, all of Statesboro, Ga.; Office Building and Equipment For Federal Insurance642050.86
Mr. and Mrs. Williams and
Floyce I
',;:, Less Depreciation ................._ 127,233.38 \
Mrs. Jean McCown, all of Register, -
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For Contingencies _...-. 532,724.83 1,174,775.69
Ga. Property Held for Future Expansion .26,567.05. =

Deferred Charges and Other Assets _... 3,303.72 Unallocated Reserve .1........................... 39,646.98


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ROBERT APELGREN ROBT.E.l\IATHE'VSJR. RICHARD A. POSTON
I Chairman of Board and: President andDirector Executive Vice-

I Director President and Manager

I IADM A. E. KIRCHMAN W. R. HOOKER CLAUDE L. SHIRLEY JAMES A'' BALL, JR.
z Vice President and Vice President Vice President and Vice President
Director and Director Director and Director
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WILLIAM B. RHODES WILLIS L. WARREN .. H. B. McCALL HELEN V. MORRISVice
Vice President Vice President Vice President President and
i and Director in Charge'of Savings Charge of Mortgages Secretary

WIcenr I MARY LOU MCDONNELL MARY LOU MORRIS MARY J. DRUMMOND RUTH SCHNIER

Treasurer Supervising Teller TellerCAROLYN Teller
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JANE BETTS CORRINE TITTSWORTH. MEREDITH KATHERINE KINLAW 5
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Teller Stenographer Stenographer ClerkEverglades
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DAUY QUINIELAS DOUILE EVERY 8 IsH*RACE r 2n3iy rr Federal Savings & Loan Ass'n- '


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CiUBHOOS|: All Accounts Insured Up To $10,000 *>



27 Years Of Service To The EvergladesFlorida 2Jp


KENNEL CLUB Savings and Loan League United States Savings and Loan League _


WEST ONBELVEDERE CURRENT RATE DIVIDEND 44% PER ANNUM

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