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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 12, 1962
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 )
 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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Succeeded by: Glades observer
Succeeded by: Everglades observer

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" January 12,1962CIRCULATING PUBLISHED WEEKLY IN CANAL POINT BY PAUL RARDIN



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I i Rupert Mock Chosen Bank PresidentRUPERT Bond Election To Cure






I Pahokee Bank Pres. J Pahokee Drainage Ills



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In March 1931 just nine short Bank Vice President" I A Ass't Vice President I Citizens of Pahokee arc being

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years after the Bank of Pahokeewas 1IZ---'J'F'2'-----% v offered an opportunity to better

founded in 1922 a young Paho their drainage conditions when a
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kee man went to work in the book: special bond .election is held on

keeping department of that finan- Friday, January 26, 1962 according

cial institution. This week nearly to an official of the East Beach
thirty years later that same man
Water Control District who com-
is president, of the bank and his
name is familiarly and favorably .' mented this week on the upcoming.

known to thousands of residents of Y election.

the Lake Okeechobee Farming Re- Drainage conditions in PahoRce-

gion. He is Rupert Mock. z I through the past quarter of a century :-

t At the annual stockholders meeting ----- II have been inadequate and at

t on Tuesday of this.week it was :MOCKWWWWWWW times property has been damagedand
for that to name a rR. I
i t necessary group in many cases threatened with
bank president to succeed the late ... complete flooding. Officials of the
I Harry McIntosh, who passed Sugar CommitteeTo District have worked out a plan

\ away suddenly as the result of a whereby the entire .drainage district -
heart attack. To the many friends Visit Pahokee can be completely revampeJ

I and patrons of the bank who have ,. '-. of.-..- and made to render a drainage service -
taken advantage its facilities ; that will be satisfactory to ail I
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Next
during the past quarter of a century _,. .\ Monday NoonThe property owners.A .
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t'. there was only one man for .. ... bond issue in the amount of

the position and.that was the man JULIUS T. :MOON Elks clubroom in Pahokee MRS. MARTHA McINTOSH $300,000.00 will be voted on at the !
... chosen-by the stockholder&Rupr special election scheduled for Fri- R
will,be the scene next ,
ert Mock. Monday noon day, January 26, and at that time I
f The new president is a conservative Visiting.., Growers of a luncheon at which time members State To Ask Bids the freeholders will have opportunity -. 1

competent, accommodating of the U. S. Sugar Researchand to express themselves at the I

I and likeable sort of an official who AtUSDAStation Advisory Committee will be : polls. The election will be held in. I
win guide the destinies of the insti- On 4.8 Miles US27 the Pahokee" high school gymnas- I
guests when they stopover on their I
tution through the present sugar ium. The City of Pahokee is within f
trip to see first hand what the
I booming days with a firm hand Thirty-five Louisiana sugar cane The State Road Department wilask j the drainage district comprisingabout
that will please the patrons depos- growers were entertained at the I Glades has to offer in the way of I for bids on January 25, for 40 percent of its total area.
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[. itors and stockholders of the bank. Canal Point U. S. Sugar Cane Field expanded sugar industry.It four-laning 4.8 miles of US East Beach Water Control District

i Other officers elected: Julius T. Station yesterday at a luncheon I is an all-important committeeand from the Clewiston city limits in comprises an area of 6,073 acres
" according to Bascom Belcher, it becomes necessary that theybe I surrounding the City of Pahokee.
Moon, vice president; Martha M. agronomist Hendry county to Bare Beach in
in of the station. given plenty of first-hand and The District under
\. McIntosh assistant vice president; charge authoritative Palm Beach County. Estimatedcost operates gen-
E. F. Mcllwain cashier and F. E. Staff members served as guides information ,about eral drainage laws set up by the
mile is Two
1000000.
Qillis assistant cashier. during the tour of the station's sugar cane growing in the Lake per state legislature and is governed
miles of the new road will be in
Okeechobee Farming Region. This
Elected to the board of directorswere facilities at which time the latest by a three man board elected by
will be done and effectively so, according Palm Beach County. '
Mock, Moon Mcllwain Mrs. developments in the growing of the landowners with a meeting
for the efficient to those in charge of the County Commissioner Paul I held in of each
McIntosh, Robert L. Earnest and sugar cane produc-I September year.
Rardin said that he had
Lewis Friend. tion of sugar in continental United luncheon. yesterday On the district's board of super-
I Chosen to present the Glades been informed by the State Road
States shown and visors Sr.
There is a certain amount of dis- were explained. are Roy Vandegrift pres-
tinction Bascom A. Belcher agronomist sugar picture to the visitors is a Department that the new four-lane ident, Carmen Salvatore and H.
in being the president of
manager of the Canal Point station -I man who has lived in this area for road will parallel the dike around J. Anderson. John D. Rogers serves
the oldest bank in Palm Beach
served as guide on the tour of 30 years and has watched it develop the south shore of Lake Okeechobee. -, as district engineer and secretary.
count That is the rightful title
the experimental field plots inclup.1 into America's outstanding winter Present plans call for removalof The purpose of the proposed bond
belonging to the Bank of Pahokee.
ing plantings of new varieties and vegetable ,producing areaEditorand the muck on the roadway and issue is to provide funds for improving -
During the boonvof 1925-26 and the
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seedlings and the. world reference I Publisher Luther Jones of The replacing it with rock dug by a and revamping' the water
bust of the early'1930's the local
collection of sugar cane breeding Belle Glade Herald. dredge in Lake Okeechobee. control facilities throughout the
bank continued in its conservative
materials. With three years less service to entire District. This includes
"1 manner and came through all adversity He was assisted by Edwin R. I the citizens of the Glades than the among"many other things, reloca-
./. with flying colors when featured will be the Masterof Farmers Urged To
Rice research argoribmjst.Carl I speaker tion of the pumping plant from its-
.l banks were closing on hand
every O'Grassl botanist, explained Ceremonies-County Commis- present location, near the city gar-
in Palm Beach county and Florida work.being done in inter-specific. sioner Paul Rardin of Canal Point Sign ASCS Plan bage dump, to a site just south of ,

v* This newspaper and its publisher breeding. at the station's crossing_ also publisher. .of The Everglades. I the home of H. J. Anderson. The
join the thousands of folks in ths .
News. ,
house. new plant will be modern and up
Glades who commend the stock- Production breeding of sugar Rev. Guthrie Colvard of the First All farm operators are reminded i to date in every respect and have a

holders for their wise and timely cane was explained by Preston H. Baptist Church in Pahokee will that the initial signup for the 1962 pumping capacity of 150,000 gallons

selection of Rupert Mock as their Dunckleman.Dr. give the invocation. The food will Agricultural Conservation Programwill per minute discharging directly -

new president... Edwin H. Todd, plant pathologist -I be served by the Ladies of the Elks end on Friday January 12, into Lake Okeechobee through
;told what is being done to and table decoration will be arranged 1962. This program is open to all large culverts already installed.

New Insurance May attain more effective preventionand by members of the Pahokee farm operators except those who The officers of the District feel

control of sugar cane diseases Garden Club. I cut sod. that: this is a very important elec-
Save
County Money
while the best methods for the con- The luncheon is sponsored by The farm operators may sign up tion and urge everyone to work aggressively ,I II
trol of insects that attack sugar the Pahokee Chamber of Commerce at the ASCS Office in the Glades for success of the pro*

Possibility that Palm Beach cane was explained by James R. with officials of Shirley Brothers Office Building, Belle Glade or I gram by casting their ballot Jan-

County could save upwards of Gifford entomoligist.Commissioners. Inc., Farrel Birmingham Con- the ASCS Office at 531 North Mili- uary 26, 1962.
$10,000 a year on accident and struction Co., and Sucesores de Ab- tary Trail West Palm Beach. .

health insurance on county em- arca, as hosts. TWe Agricultural Conservation Local Garden ClubJ'ToMeetOnJan
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Will ...
ployes was voiced this week'oy -- Program cost-shares approximately -

John Horton West Palm Beach" Attend Sugar Meet BACK TO ALASKAMr. up to 50 percent of the 18

insurance man. and Mrs. Robert Lucas and to perform the practice.materialS. ,

Horton told the county comml The county commission will be son, Marty, have been the guestsof on such items as The Canal Point Garden Club

sion Monday that it could save,' among a group of officials who will Mrs. Lucas' parents. Mr. and ures; fertilizing and seeding past- will hold its regular meeting January -

money and obtain better service by meet January 15.with the U. S. Mrs. Glenn Powell, of Canal Point! ures,. summer and winter cover I 18, Thursday night, at 7:30 at

?., changing its present insurance Sugar Research and Advisory! for three weeks. They left last' crops, land leveling and ditching.All the Community Building: 'CanaJ
plan. A committee from the commission Committee at Pahokee. The entire Sunday morning' for Anchorage ditching and land, leveling Point. It will be a supper meet!- .

. will be named by Chairman group win be guests of the Paho Alaska, where Mr. Lucas who is in practices must be on land that has Mrs. W. P.. Jernigan of Clewkton

Lake Lytal to investigate Horton' kee Chamber of Commerce at a the U. S. Army win be stationed been in either row crops or pasturefor .and Albert F 'emd- .will present" 4"1f

plan. noon luncheon. for three years. any 2 out of the past 5 years. program. .
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Page Two The Everglades News Canal Point Florida Friday, January 12, 1662
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4-H; Club WorkshopHeld .DAVE GIBSON: HONORED, I Garden Club Will
The county commission thin I
I At Maxson HomeMrs.
week in an informal presentation,
I noted the retirement of Dave Gibson Aid Animal LeagueThe
Elmer Maxson of Cana1 giving the courthouse Janitoran

i Point had the 4-H Workshop meet- official resolution of commendation -
Pahokee Woman's Club will
at her house last
I ing Thursday. hold a tag day today in an effort to
Gibson retired in December after
Plans made for 4-H Club
were raise money to assist the Animal
35 years"of service with the county.
Exhibits for the South Florida Fair Rescue League of Palm Beach
He was commended in the resolu-
to be held in January, which will tion for his "long and faithful ser- County in its operation. Membersof
the club will be in front of the
include individual and club ex vice."
post office and in front of the bank
hibits. Presentation of the resolutionwas
with the tags and you can make
The following members took one of the last official acts for your donation there. It will be

The Rardin Building In Canal Point, :Florida part; Patrice Hoyle, Brenda Max- Commissioner Ben Sundy, who has greatly appreciated by members of

son, Maritza Ortiga, Rosetta Broyes been board chairman for the past the club and .the Animal Rescue

THE_ LAKE_OKEEOHOBEE REGION HOME OF, : Pamela, Ursury, Sandra Jack- year._ League.

son, Lillian Sims, Peggy Bitting,
THE EVERGLADES NEWSServing Nancy Harrington and Lodus Gray.

Adult leaders were Mrs. Bruce Bit
the Lake Okeechobee Farming Region Without and Mrs. Elmer
ting Maxson and Thinking About Building?
Interruption Every,Week for More Than 30 Years Miss Janette Harrington assistedas -

Established March ;11, 1924 Published Every Friday Junior leader.

Price Year In -6 ...
AdvanceThe
Subscription $2.00
For Free Estimates Call
IN THE HOSPITALMrs. -
Everglades News Is Entered at the Post OfficeIn

Canal Point Florida, as Second Class Matter .R. J. Schroder entered Jack-

Paul, Rardin Owner, Editor, Publisher son Memorial Hospital in Miami WILEY TILLIS \,
Monday. She underwent surgery

Tuesday. Reports are that ,she is I General Building ContractorBox

Here Is" What Transpired At Monday's doing fine but plans to remain in I
the hospital for approximately 2 i 54 PAHOKEE Ph. 7127
Meeting Of The Palm Beach weeks. .
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County Commission



A court order throwing Pan wuwuwuwuwuwmw written by the firm were cancelled. I

American Surety into receivership The commission decided this I tiThft1Phone

appears to have thrown the county week to review all its subdivision I

commission into a ,somewhat con- bonds and to require developers to I

fusing position with regard to sub post new bonds based on the
511- Pahokee Phone WY 6-2550 Belle Glade
division performance bonds. amount of work to be completed in I -

According to county plat regula the various subdivisions.In .
tions, developers are required to another matter in connection SALES and SERVICE I

furnish performance bonds to com- with the surety company, the board I

plete subdivisions before the platis remained in session late Monday t"l I Heating -' Air Conditioning Appliances I

approved for filing. approve a new bond for County

Pan American Surety had been Judge Paul Douglas. The judge's 1i.l V.J.1..V! .Y i V.J.1..V! WiM4i1.Y iJM4iL M4L44 V \LL4jL41; 4JL41.VI.WiL4iA.Y.J.1..V! .YJJJM V.JIJ JM4j.V.Y.YLVJJ..VJ.) .f..VPM:

furnishing most of the surety bonds bond was among those cancelled by
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for county developers and when the Circuit court order. .?
thrown into receivership all b In other actions this week the

commission: /

Named George Brockway Jr.
to
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a five year term as zoning co mis- .

Classified Ads sioner. ____ btup'}
Took steps to obtain needed rightof y::{x .

, way for Duda Road, a Glades
SUGAR BOOM. is sure to hit. If ; '
farm
to market road.
you have a: spare room or two for OUTDOORS*
Signed a lease with Precision I
rent, why not place an ad in this
Scientific Company of Chicago for
column and watch results. A phone I
call and $1.00 will get pie job_done. quarters at International Airportat for extra nighttime living pleasure
I a $700 a month rental. The firm I

IS YOUR SUBSCRIPTION paid in was recently brought here through

; advance? Well, don't be going efforts of Commissioner E. F. Van : ,
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off on any trips until you send us Kessel. f
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our $2.00. The hunting season is at .

hand. It will take only the price of Mrs. Fred Hand,was able to return iqI

a half box of shells to pay up your to her home Tuesday from the .

subscription. Send along that check Everglades Memorial Hospital.Mrs. I : rs

i today to The Everglades, News, Hand re-entered the hospital irjii;

Box AA, Canal Point, FIa.I Thursday after being dismissed on
Tuesday.IN II
I ROOMS ARE NEEDED almost

I daily. If you advertise in this 7 b1 *

I classified column, folks c; will,, know THE CIRCUIT COURT OF I

I j where to find that spare: room... THE FIFTEENTH JUDICIAL
Send $i.OO and copy for your ad to CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA, IN _

I The Everglades" News, Canal. -Point., AND FOR PALM' BEACH
Fla. COUNTY. ,
In Chancery No. 61-C-852-D
LAND FOR RENT in warm zone Shirley Ann Willis, : I
near'the lake.Phone Hub Spoon-* Plaintiff : ,
er, Pahokee 712!. ,t{ vs. :

Lanier S. Willis
FOR SALE:_Maytag Gas Range ; :
Defendant :
:four-large. burners large oven '
NOTICE OF SUIT
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and broiler, 2 storage '
compartments
To Lanier, S. Willis
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time clock. Regular".$298.
c-o Isaac Willis xx
used very little. Looks ,new. Less Route'lVidalia pFSGtt
than half price. Phone, 7603,in P*. c.co.. rt 0'
Georgia
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hokee. You are hereby notified that I Suddenly your shrubbery, flowers, and and romantic,enchantment...brings
trees "bloom" at night. Your home new evening to your favorite
Ann Willis has filed
Shirley a' Bill
FOB SALE: New and used Wfflya take 'dramatic exciting And electric '
: and garden on a beauty spots. an post-lite
Jeep. Walter.Ashley's'Gangs of Complaint agalnst'you for divorce -
appearance. Outdoor electric light- at your driveway or door entrance.will f
In Belle Glade, Phone!8058.Oct. and you are required to servea \
Ing lifts your home out of the ordinary beam a friendly welcome to guests and
: 17<64- !i. copy of your answer to the com- and lets you enjoy whole new-range discourage intruders.
plaint on the plaintiffs Attorney '. of after-dark'activities.You'll actually' 'You can select from many types *
HOMES FOR SALE: Two NeW Thadd Whidden, P. O.'Box 705, Pa- make your patio or yard into another of smart, new, inexpensive-: tdoor:
Homes Open and 'For Sale hokee, Florida, and file the original room.' Cookouts and outdoor entertaining lighting fixtures at your electrical con .
Greenstar Avenue, Pahokee' Fla. answer in the office of the Clerk of at night'become real fun.Outdoor tractor's. or favorite store handling j

Henry and'.J :Merkel Construction the Circuit Court of Palm Beach ., lighting provides an emotional impact lighting equipment.

Company. Dec 29-J26ch County, Florida, on. or before the -,:', \.
5th of 1962 if I ,
FOR R'-Rooms. Lucky Star day February, ; you .
-. Dude Ranch:Phone $480. J12ca fail so to do, judgment by default I I In:Medallion Home Beeure to a k'Car" (
will be taken against you for the e FREE 24-PAtE IDEA BOOKLETU6H1 -
HAVE relief demanded in the r "Light for Livinf atfiurt fDf! UYIXfi,OOTDCOIB- 1\
:\VE a new supply of TXeu.S1 complaint. abundant Kgkting for
.... iorui. The price is nJY$9.9iS.: DATED this 3rd day of January, = -.4 fort eonoemienee.6eoMt7..com..* It from teQe mhrubbery bow to light to barbecue everything, ;, i'.'.

Come in and see them. Cleve's Ser- 1962. intuU and outside. I from palm trace to garage walk. 1!
vice Station and Variety Store.Itc J. ALEX ARNETTE -
Clerk of Circuit Court : .
FOR SALE: 28 foot Zimroer trailer (Circuit Court Seal) .: le otila'lameLZ/T ,: I

aluminum, first class _condition -. e By Thaddie P. Plant. r.. :
modern, equipped with TV, Deputy Clerk .IT'S CHEAPER. TOOl -r '(
$600. Dr, ,E. A. BosweU Box 297 e-:Thadd Whidden FLORIDA I POWER & LI6NT I COMPANY ? ; 1HELINtI 1\\
: BUILD FLORIDA : I
e Canal Point or at the former Cline Attorney for Plaintiff : (

Fish Camp on canal bank.'in*Canal. .'" 'Pahokee, Florida. . _....... \::. .J:! ; ; i
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.Friday, January 12.1962_ The Everglades News. Canal Point Florida Page Three

: I ILooking I Miss Linda Hand returned_to,ler.1 Mr. and Mrs. Jordan Walker and
j. Rev. ShelleY Talks. Draft Board Is 5,730Persons On home in West Palm Beach Monday: children have returned to their
For Them after being the guest of her par. home in Alabama after two weeks
; To Canal Point PTA ,. ,. State Aid ListingThomas ents, Mr. and.Mrs. Lester Hand, of I visit with Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Stuait
: The following; registrants,are to Pahokee for several days. of Canal Point.
report their change of address to
; Rev. Robert Shelley, pastor of Local Board No. 148, Belle Glade. E. Penick, Chairman of
; the Canal Point Methodist Church Florida without delay: District 10 Welfare Board of the
; spoke on "Spiritual Guidance of Avis Wadley, Jr. .._.'m'_'_ Pahokee I State Department of Public Welfare Cleve's Service Station
; Children in the School" at the local Bobby Little _..u.... Belle Glade reported that in Palm .Beach
t Parent Teachers Association George Wright Young.. Pahokee I County 5,730 persons were assistedin
meeting Monday evening held in Bobby James Phillips .- South B. the four categories of public as- and Variety Store
- r the school cafetorium.Mrs. Leroy Patrick _, __ Pahokee sistance for the month of Decem-
I ..Charles D. Stewart gave the Henry J. Carlwell ,_ Pahokee ber 1961.A .
'. devotional which was followed by Calvin Peterson ,__.... Belle Glade total of 1,880 persons receivedOld Has now added a complete line of .
I the business session presided over Herbert Pope, Jr. .,._ Pahokee Age Assistance in the amountof
by Mrs. W. E. ,McCall President.The Francis M. Bradley Pahokee 84635. 97 persons received Aid GIFTS NOVELTIES SOUVENIRS

following announcements were Anyone knowing the address of to the Blind, totaling $5,832. 890 Complete Line of"Fishing Tackle r
made the families, 2767 chi d-
by president.A any of these registrants should re representing
First Aid Course for this Corns : port same to the board. I ren, received Aid to Dependent Picnic Equipment and Supplies
,s munity,is J being planned for Tuesday .- Children in the amount of 56074.
4 afternoon, date to be announced 303 persons received Aid to the Dis- OTHER BARGAINS .
I later.' Radio WSWN Gives I abled in the amount of $16,907. TIMEX WATCHES WE ARE OPEN
Parliamentary Procedure Courseto In addition 344 children received
f' be held January 11 at the Palm Show Earnings To service during the month, 214 of .. PEPPERELL, BLANKETS 6A.M.to8P.M.COMPLETE .
Springs School. whom were in foster homes. The PARTY SUPPLIES
I Leonard Maxson, Rev. Robert total state and local cost for these LAWN FIGURES
Shelley and Jack Hewell were appointed Local Heart FundThe child welfare services was $11- .
to a, special committee to 1 124.34. BIRD BATHS LINE
i work with other groups in organiz- There were 7 adoption petitions BIRD HOUSES
Heart Fund will get a good AUTOACCESSORIES
ing Community-wide support Of the studied for the Circuit Court.Theseare TRANSISTER RADIOS
Civil Defense Program, the first boost on January 25 when Radio I children placed in homes independent BROWNIE CAMERAS
,two appointees were present and Station WSWN at Belle Glade of service through a licen-
accepted their positions. sponsors a Country Music show at I sed child placing agency and the SQUEEZE TOYS
Room Count was won by Mrs. the Hugo Theatre in Belle Glade. Welfare Board is responsible according ICE CHESTS AND
Brooks Henderson's Second Grade. Management of the station said to law to make these reports THERMOS JUGS
Hostesses for the evening were, that their share which will be 49 to the court. SINCLAIRPRODUCTS
Mrs. Osceola Upthegrove and Mrs. percent, will go to the heart fund. Palm Beach County is also represented -1 THERMOS BOTTLES
G. T. Echols. For lovers of country music I on the District 10 Welfare CAKES AND PIES
-- -- there will be a dandy offering that I Board by the Reverend Paul M. I
who,is medical S MILK AND BREAD
Skipper McCurdy, a Ferlin Husky and
night including Cassen, Mrs. Helen R. Tedder, Mrs.
student at the University of Simon Crum Smiley and Kitty' Hlen D. Woodward West Palm 1 I Cleve's Service Station & Variety Store
Miami, was a recent guest of his Wilson Bobby Smith, Tim Tole, Beach and Mrs. Marion Bleech, Pa- 1 II
mother, Mrs. Annette McCurdy, of Skeeter Davis and Grandpa Jones.If hokee. I 585 EAST MAIN PHONE 614

Pahokee for a _week. you love Country Music be .. -- .
&M sure to make arrangements to be I
Miss Caroline Sellers has resume present on the night of Jan. 25. 'I' Principal. W. White has returned EXTRA SPECIAL Honduras Mahogany Lazy
I
ed her studies at Howie-In-The- There will be two shows-one at to his home in Royal Palm I Susan hand made, mounted on steel ball bearings. !
Hills school after visiting Mr.' and Beach after visiting Mrs. White
7 p. m. and another at 9 p. m.
who is at the bedside Must be to be appreciated. 1
Mrs. Jimmy Vann. Ferlin Husky will head the show of her veryill seen 1I
and his records have been heard by mother in Marion, Kentucky. i I!
millions. Ferlin Husky has been an i
entertainer since birth. Thirty odd .
years later, he's still entertaining-I'L I Ii
both; on and off stage. Hubert \
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Long, his manager was quotedonce i STATEMENT OF CONDITION
"Ferlin gives away a fortuneof

Ferlin entertainment is the leader off stage.type. "Lie or- I Farmers Production Credit -

ganizes. He works. Better yet ,he !_ association !
has a never ending job for himselfto
I do things different and better. c T Miami, Florida I & Belle Glade, lo

'A He believes in originality. Gener- :t. At The Close of Business December, 1961 ', '- .- _
ally considered to be the most resourceful ,
and versatile of popular- ASSETS
w.. country musical entertainers he

never permits himself to give a Loans and Interest_..__.......................__..$9,699,141.08
x commonplace rendition of even the Less Reserve
: uu.u.u 196,456.08 $9,502,685.00Land
simplest composition or routines
: 3 His approach and conception of and Buildings ......__....?_...........__ 51.463,05

uwT NIGHTLY Iuolr any piece of music is inventive Equipment __uuu.u.uu..uuu...... 9,511.17 ,

creative, original.The U. S. Government Bonds ___u___________._- .',I'755,557.75

i handsome Husky lives in a Cash in Banks ___.._____...________u_.___..._____.. ". --.r 43,169.06
modest ranch style home complete '
with swimming pool, on the banksof Stock: Federal Intermediate Credit Bank 100,255.00

ADM. 35tQUiWlELAS the beautiful Cumberland river, Automobiles :I...,____..............__________..__;.__ ,; ;- -' 4,948.34Soil
just outside Nashville, Tennessee.He and Water Loans, F. H. A. _______... 38,766.65

JYf RY BACE is a member of WSM's Grand Other Assets ____uu__..___...____..____.._....__... 57,112.96
Ole Opry, Capitol recording artist
and star of any stage he steps on .
LUXURIOUS S .- $10,563,469.01

CJ.UBHQUSE Mrs. Donald Kepp, Mrs.: Rupert LIABILITIES AND CAPITALX
Mock, Mrs. Sam McKinstry and
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father,J. E. Cochran who is a pa- Miscellaneous Accounts Payable ....._...._......___.......'?. 963.18

iiiTig'i'ii: tient ranja.at Largay Sanitorium-. jn'',Na- Provision for Federal Income Taxes __..........__........__.. ,., :: 31,933.73

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and Mrs.r; -., Scruggs cf, Capital ,Stock .,...........i.................... .;.r$1,134,330.00 .flr--,
Canal Point'liad-as their house ": : .
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I Plants For Landscaping i Counties Served: Broward, Collier, Dade, Indian River, Martin. Monroe, {

Okeechobee, Palm Beach and St. Lucie

:E -, Ornamental Plants and Trees ; OFFICERS ..
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:t Some,Tropical and Sub-Tropical President Vice-Preaident SecreUL."Y-Trcasurer'

Florida Fruit Trees include some Citrus DIRECTORSG.

arid Papaya E. Butler, Jr. George H. Wedgworth Walter: Peterson

.. Palms In About 20 Different Varieties Harry B. Matthews W. E. Sexton .

Also Annual Flower Plants"PIUmbSa" REPRESENTATIVES
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Nursery Belle Glade, Florida Miami- Florida *. Florida .

Edward Olson Ruth Prange Muriel Perry Janice Akerson Gladys..BullingerMiami : ;
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Sorority MeetingAt I J. V. Thomas and Robert Mackey Mrs. W. O. Strickland returned

[ were business visitors in Miami to her home in Glennville, Georgia,
[l PERSONAL NEWS NOTES II Hatton Home I

; -. "Interesting Ways of DisplayIng I professional Saturday and football also attended game. the Monday Mr. and after Mrs. Paul a two Rardin.weeks visit


4 I :Mrs. Lilla Mounts has returned 1 1t Mrs. Carl Roberts of Ft. Myers Collections" was the program IIIIIIIIIIII HI J I I I I I III1 1 I-I--I
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after being called here due to the! overnight guests of Mr. and Mrs. the meeting of the Beta Omicron THEATRESPRINCE

r death of her brother, H.: M. Mcln-I L. J. Fraser of Paholee. Chapter, Beta Sigma Phi Sorority:.
Mr. and Mrs. Bob :Meyer and at the home of Mrs. Nina Hatton

.f tosh.Nat Naaon returned to his WestPalm I Rick Meyer of Miami were the last Thursday.Mrs. LAKE DRIVEINPahokee
Beach home Sunday night weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. Louise Zaccagnino, presi- *
after several days visit with his V. Thomas. dent, presided over the business Pahokee-Belle Glade Road
grandparents Mr. and Mrs. Earl Harry Kenneth :McIntosh resum-I session. The Chapter voted to helpin -
. Maxson of Canal Point. ed his studies at F. S. U. in Talla- the Mothers' :March of Dime* -MG FEATUR} -

1- \ Mrs. Don Collier is a patient at; hassee Thursday.Mrs. Polio Campaign and appointed Mrs. SUNDAY-MONDAY-TUESDA kSUNDAYMONDAYTUESDAY
the Good Samaritan'' Hospital in Donna Mae Shields has returned Mary Thomas chairman. JANUARY 14-15-16
West Palm Beach. to her home in Wauchuia
i Announcement was made that JANUARY 14-15-16 "WHERE THE
Mrs. Billie Huddle was called to after visiting Mr. and Mrs. E. P>I the
January social and steak sup- :
the bedside of her father in Vir-' Mcllwain for several days. will be "The AbsentBOYS ARE"Minded
held
per January 25 at 8:00p. i
who is ilL Mrs.Hud- Mrs. H. H. Sears received medical
.,ginia critically
:. m. with Mrs. Elaina Mindlin Professor" DOLORES HART AlFRED \
dle is the fourth,grade teacher at treatment at Jackson Memorial hostess. I GEORGE HAMILTON
Canal Point School. Hospital in Miami Monday. MacMURRAY, NANCY
Mrs. Frances Moore was appointed -ALSO-
OLSON, KEENAN WYNN
chairman of the Valentine
;',- Junior Orange Bowl I Bishops Named, Dance to be held February 10 at AND TOMMY: KIRK "Fort Massacre"XI

Parade Big Hit By EpiscopalST. I the Elks Club. i I XI( M l-t f M 1 M-I lit I } I II 1 I I It I I It M I H1tl. t I I HI Hlf

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, Bowl Parade the thirteenth edition secrated as bishops of the Episcopal 4M
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Orange Bowl Festival. I
in St. Petersburg and Orlando ,} 411,
Honor of leading the parade this I .

year went to the St. Camillus Fife I recently.The presiding bishop of the Pro- 4r 4M}

' Drum and Bugle Corps of Rock. testant Episcopal Church in the

away Beach, New York. The unit! United States the Most Rev. Ar- AN IMPORTANT
farthest from home was the thur C. Lichtenberger, came to

"Gauchos" from Grand Forks Florida directly from New Delhi, {a! 4}
India where he had been attending
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in the parade with 42 Father Duncan was consecrated
floats, 19 bands and 27 different December 20 at St. Peter's Churchin rI
marching groups. Center of St. Petersburg and Canon Har- I.4; ANNOUNCEMENT
tion was of course attrac-1 I grave was consecrated at the Cathedral -i
Bonnie Burkhart, Junior Orange j I I Church of.St. Luke in'Orlando -
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Bowl Queen. In the reviewing 21. *
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stand with the Mayor and city com '+ ;...}.
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missioners were guest-of-honor Dr. .
James W. Parrish of Stetson Uni the Rt. Rev. Henry Louttit. v TOLandowners
" versity Reviewing Officer Capt. Bishop Hargrave will preside in the } -

. John L. Buckley, and the lovely St. Petersburg Tampa, Sarasota + +
Orange Bowl Queen Carol Hair plus I area and Bishop Duncan in the MI- 4-
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Prominent Ag Man i I I ,AtI THBT'S ft FfttT Stetson Offers A I Get Car A.Insurance Reduction To


Heard By USDA !i I, Good Course In LawYoung

TALLAHASSEE-A
SMALL MATTER new rating
I t schedule for private passenger
The Everglades USDA Club held .9 & JJ>vItJNG THE FRENCH peopple interested in law automobile insurance which pro- I

its regular monthly luncheon meet 'h+,. fIx' S.'' REVOLUTION Tm FAMOUS as a profession have a built-in advantage vides rate reductions of as. much as I

ing at the Community Building, : ErRCN WAS if they attend Stetson 25 per cent in some cases was approved (

Canal Point, January 3, 1962 with i SUCCESSFUL MESSAGES iNTRANSPCRTN3 University, according to University today for Safeco Insurance (

I Mills H. Byrom President, presid- 4:_ 7h171lEENEMYrt : officials. Company by State Treasurer and I

i I in g. Donald Fishier, Program i, LINES /SG.Jl5FO ASA8A8EINARMSf That is because the institution I Insurance Commissioner J. Edwin
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Chairman, introduced Dr. D. M. i offers both pre-legal and professional -I Larson.

Crooks, Assistant Director of the training undergraduate j The new schedule is effective im

/ studies are taken on the DeLand! mediately. .
Corps Research Division, U. S. Department :
h. Iv4szNG; campus and advanced work leadingto Commissioner Larson said the '
of Agriculture, Beltsville :,
'1'G a Bachelor of Laws degree on new schedule applies to both lia- ,
Maryland as guest speaker. SQ 144Y/NuS
R j'VR the campus of the College of Law bility and collision coverages by
Dr. Crooks spoke highly of the 3LY/cV6 h1TE '
w /y/ at St. Petersburg. Safeco, which is not using the mer- i
Everglades Club about USDA Clubs O .?ly ENOA4fE
I Under Stetson's combined degree it rating plan put into effect last f

in general reminding employees' of I program, it is possible for a spring by many companies.

'their important roll as members, toI law student to obtain two degrees Safeco, instead, will apply the I

the public in general. One of the I I KEEP simultaneously. When he receiveshis new rates to all customers even if '

'Clubs objectives is to provide a THAT'S OIL,BROTHER! LL.B. degree, a graduate may they have an accident, it was re- I

channel permitting the Depart- also receive a Bachelor of Arts or ported.
@/L USEDJNLOBJVCATN&fW I
ments many activities to be inform- WATCHES COSTS AS Bachelor of Science degree provided While premiums will v a r y !
correlated for the best 'he has in of residencein the'State
ally possible MUCHAS4$000 PERffifSYSTEMATICWESTM <.? put a year throughout depending on J
service to the public. GqON/ DeLand and completed work the locality, Safeco rates will ba t

The club also ,enjoyed havingDr. successfully in either the College of approximately 10 percent less than i

Denver P. Loupe, Sugarcane Liberal Arts or the School of Bus- the best "accident free" rates offered

'Specialist with the Louisiana Agri- iness. by companies operating at I

cultural Extension Service. L.S.U.as No pre-legal major is required standard rates. :
for admission to Stetson's Collegeof Careful drivers in the Orlando I
Introduced
a guest. by P. H.
Law.There are suggested areas and St. Petersburg areas will E I
Dunckleman, Dr. Loupe, one of 24
1 I I 1 of study which might prove help- especially benefit from these new I
in
the
agents sugar belt of Lou
ful, however. rates, according to Commissioner I
isiana, spent the week at the Canal
BONDS/ i
NT1NU.S.SAV/NGS Pre-law students in DeLand Larson.
Point Sugarcane Station observing 7HE&&MO WY TO HELP YGUX COUNTRY
BETTER
'1;; should place emphasis on Englishand I Safeco writes over $1,000,000.00 l
and other TODAY-AND YOUNGSTER TOMORROWS ;
breeding
research work yoUK
American literature, history, in automobile premiums in Florida .

being done there.Newspaper... -.- psychology, logic and .ethics, poli- through more than 150 local agents !
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tical science, economics, govern- throughout the State.

: Ads To Florida State Fair Florida's great family of fruits. ment, accounting, mathematics, .

Push Citrus Sales To Sharing the stage along the 22 sociology, languages, and labora- New Broward TownDoesn't
Display VegetablesTAMPA tory science. Since an LL.B. degree -
miles of exhibits will be a varietyof
The is applicable to many profes- Have Jail
: LAKELAND Florida Citrus agricultural resources including -
Citrus and vegetable sions, fields of study are suggested

Commission will promote Florida exhibits, proudly displayed by the dairy and beef cattle shows, the only. The background for law student LAUDERHILL- The city of I

citrus in 87 market areas with nation's '''fastest growing state, will first milk protein production con- must be as broad as the pro- Lauderhill in Broward County,

$62,655 worth of newspaper adver- take the spotlight of interest at test ever held at a fair. Future fessions they enter. growing toward an eventual popu- I
The Law College is also interested lation of 65,000, has no jail.' And
tisements. A total of 97 newspaperswill the 57th a'mual Florida State Fair Farmers of America and 4-H Club
in evidence of rapid reading there's hardly a need for one.
carry two-color ads presenting in Tampa, February 6-17. youth events swine poultry, rab- J
with comprehension, logical think- The crime rate in LauderhtH
a total circulation of 22,221,600.The Hundreds of thousands of FloridIans bit and honey shows. I
ing, communication of thinking, stands squarely at zero; no robberies "-
barrage of advertisementskicks and Winter visitors will view Among cultural attractions wiil
and aptitude for law. no burglaries, not even a
off the commission's media nature's miracles, combined with be one of the South's largest juriedart
Students for the Stetson Collegeof traffic accident.
, selling campaign for fresh Florida the knowledge of Florida citrus shows, orchid, hibiscus, and
Law are drawn primarily from Lauderhill's 1,500 citizens are
,I'" oranges this season. The ads pro- growers, at colorful exhibits of flower arrangement shows, and a
. two sources. Applicants with a sen- law-abiding, to be sure. But credit
claim that the new crop of "fresh I large, juicy oranges in assorted women's handicraft department,
ior classification, who have com for keeping the slate clean must
Florida's" have just arrived and I varieties. Eleven citrus growing along with an electrical expositionof
pleted their first three years satis- also to Deputy Police Chief E
suggest housewives "get the Flor- counties also will feature grape- modern living, plus scores of go
factorily at Stetson or at a similar George Griffin and his force.
ida bonus" which is "almost twice fruit, lemon, lime, tangerine, tan- wild life, commercial and industrial
accredited institution, are eligible. Lauderhill's radio-
police cars are
the fresh juice for your money." gelo, and mandarin specimens of exhibits. -
J, Also eligible are those who hold equipped and the chief's office has
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I baccalaureate degrees from Stet- radio hookup with the Broward

son or from any accredited college. sheriff. The agency works closely
f with the county department and
l THE U. S. .

TREASURY Fla. Banks Double Florida police units Highway! -in neighboring Patrol, as well com-as


Assets During: 10 Yrs. munities. There is also a theory be-


( SALUTES YOUR BANK: Florida commercial banks more hind"It it is all.my belief that a constantand

efficient patrol is the greatest
than doubled their assets duringthe
I deterrent to crime "
possible says
past decade, the Florida State
I. Chief Griffin and 24-hour
a patrolis
Chamber of Commerce reported


i One of the 14,000 setting yesterday."In June. of this year, total assetsof maintained _throughout Lauder-

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Florida banks reached $5.3 bill- hill.Not

ion, a gain of 146 per cent over the : As Many Car
"Shares in America"fiore
1950 figure. The national increasewas
54 per cent. Investments of Crashes In 1960TALLAHASSEEFor

Florida banks totaled $2.1 billion at I

mid-year, double the 1950 figure the third
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: -' than 1,0d4 anks lros'C IB compared with a 10 per cent gain time in five years Florida had fewer

to coast eac. day perform an outstanding nationally. highway crash deaths last year
"Loans and discounts came to $2 than for the year before.

Bervice'ior their 'custom- billion in Florida, four times the I The highway death total as of

ers, their community, and the nation t 1950 total. Loans to commercial' Dec. 31, was 1,140 persons killed,
and industrial establishments stood or 114 less than for the year 1960

by selling Shares-In-America- at $669.9 million; to individuals at I when the total was 1,254.
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. U.S. Savings Bonds. $668-million and on real estate at Previously there were reductionsin
, $439; nilllon this year, each figure 1957 over 1956 and in>1959 over-
Every family benefits community
-. every being.up about .three and one half 1958.Florida

, profits because of bankings ( times from the comparable 1950 Highway)' Patrol Comdr.;
I figure. H. N. Kirkman attributed the traffic -
leadership in promoting this
"Deposits in Florida banks rose death decrease to "increasing

all-American thrift program. ,Today 138 per cent to $4.8 billion duringthe public support of safety programsat

40 million Americans o amore ten years while nationally deposits all levels and increased traffic
gained 49 per cent. Demand law enforcement by city county

,, than $42 billion worth of deposits of business firms and in- and state authorities."

U.s. Savings Bonds. dividuals in Florida amounted this "The Florida Highway Patrol

,. to $2.5 billion (twice the 1950 maintained around-the-clock patrolof
year
I Today Bonds are better than even 1 Chances ir _"bs 1 .J
+e + ; figure) and time deposits amountedto all major highways and city and

Every Bond bought since June 1, *' aged 70S tob.,. 7r1l1Z IaIt 8MIII ; $1.3 billion, almost four times state enforcement officers were on

the 1950 Trends the the job on the same basis throughout -
1959, now pays 8%" at maturity.; Bonds. The next time jtM .. figure. during "
first six months of 1961 show that last year, Kirkman said.

Even your elder Bonds will earn your bank fake time to tic .. tan demand deposits in Florida dipped He declared: "Continued work of

extra 1 % from Jane 1 to.Biatnrity. for his good advice; a&d hqr: aa J slightly but time deposits grew by all agencies, and with the public's
I 7 per cent."Florida.- support of our efforts, Florida can

: trt1'Bond' while-,70* avs ....#I began the decade with : look for a better traffic safety

! .J 199 'active commercial banks. By record as time goes on even in the

mid-1961 the number had grown to face of increasing automotive trav-

318. Nine new banks were added el over an ever lengthening net-

: When yim.buy U. S. Savings Bontfo, during the first six months' of this work of. state and federal high

I year. Nationally the number of ways."
banks decreased by about 700 dur- -

than Mrs. H. M. McIntosh and daughter -
you save more money ) ing, the decade
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was a
ftc U5. CiovcrImcaC'doa pew for tW .fitoer&ciag/
.. N- ," "1IILt-.' .- *.**. ** Treotury Department t1 *la, for thttr patrloMc '> -' :'this week enroute to Gainesvilleand Mrs. Stubbs in SarasotadU1'ing'thepast
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St_ Peter's Lutheran' Christian Science I

Uhurch, Belle Glade Group Of Canal Point j
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1 August Koerber, Pastor A communion service will beheld I
I 601 W. Lake Rd., Belle Glade Sunday at all Christian Science -
SUNDAY: churches. J
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Dlvtne Services 11 A. M. "Sacrament" is the subject of j I

School 9:45 A..H. the Lesson-Sermon to be read. It I
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St. Mary's Catholic memorating the unselfish life of
Christ Jesus by following his example -
Church .
First Methodist Canal Point Methodist Church
I IThe The Apostle Paul's advice ta
Father
Francis Fennech, Pastor
Church, Pahokee Baptist ChurchRev. i Canal Point, Florida Sunday Mass -11:30 a. m. Timothy constitutes the Golden
Confessions before :Mass. Text (1 Tim. 4): "Be thou an example -
Rev.: T. C. O'SteenSUNDAY Charles D. Stewart, Pastor Robert A. Shelley, Pastor, ... of the believers in word in
: SUNDAY: SUNDAY: conversation, in charity, in spirit
8:45 a. m.-church School Holy Nativity
9:45 a. m.-Sunday School 10:00 a. m.-Church School in faith in purity."
. 11:00 a. m. Morning Worship
0:45 p. m. MYF 11:00 a. m.-Morning Worship 11:00 a. m.-Morning Worship Episcopal Church From "Science and Health with
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7:45 p. m.-Evening Worship 6:30 p. m.-Training Union. 6:30 p. m.-Youth Fellowship PahokeeRev. Key to the Scriptures" by Mary
TUESDAY: 7:30 p. m.-Evening Worship 7:30_p. m.-Evening Worship Baker Eddy the following will be

7:00 p. m. Vesper Choir pray WEDNESDAY: MONDAY: L. Lossing, Vicar I read (p. 4): "What we most needis
7:30 p. .-Prayer Meeting. 3:15 p. m.-Youth Choir practice
riceWEDNESDAY SUNDAY: the prayer of fervent desire for
TUESDAY:
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7:45 p. m.-Mid-week devotion Church Of God, 8:00 p.: m.-Woman's Tuesday2nd Society1st 11 a. m.Worship Service meekness, love, and good

8:30 p. m.-Senior Choir practice Barfield Highway :MONDAY: deeds. To keep the commandmentsof

I 7P p. UK.-Esther Class meeting The Pahokee ChurchOf our Master and follow his example -
WEDNESDAY: is our proper debt to him
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Pahokee, Fla.J. The NazareneRev.
The Church Of God I W. Hughes Minister 7:30 p. m.-Prayer Meeting 4 and the only worthy evidence of

Of Prophecy Pahokee Phone 3736 ... .. Max D. Jones, Pastor our gratitude for all that he has
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SUNDAY: I 433 Bacom Point Rd. done.
Canal Point Road 9:45 a. m.-Sunday School First Baptist Phone 7528: P. O. Box 882 .

John H. Kinard, pastor 11:00 a. m.-Morning Worship Church, PahokeeGuthrie SUNDAY SERVICES: BACK TO MONTANAMrs.
10:00 a. m. Sunday School 7:30 p. m. -Evangelistic Ser- 9:45 a. m.-Sunday SchooL
11:00 a. m.-Sunday Worship. Sidney Stubbs left via plane
11:00 a. m. Preaching: Service viceTUESDAY
7:45 p. m.-Evangelistic Service : W. Colvard Minister 6:30 p. m.-Juniors. from Miami Monday and arrived
Sunday School 9:45: a. m. 7:00
8:00 p. m. Tuesday V. L. B. I 7:30 p. m.-Prayer Service Morning 11:00 p. m.-Sunaay Evening safely at her home in Opheim,Montana
Worship a. m. Evangelistic Service.
8:00 p. m. Thursday-W. M. B. THURSDAY Training Union 6:30 p. m. WEDNESDAY: Tuesday. She was accompanied -
Everyone welcome. Special xnusio I 7:30 p..m. Youth for Christ Evening Worship 7:30 p. m. 7:30: p. m.-Midweek Prayer to Miami by her mother, Mrs.H. .
and singing. Service. Wednesday Prayer meeting. M. McIntosh and Mrs. E. F. Mo

Service 7:30 p. m. "Where you are a stranger but Ilwain, who returned to their homes
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new Glades hospital located
The board also set the second t;
half ,between Pahokee and Worshipful; Master
l way Lake Named Chairman and fourth Monday of each monthas
Belle Glade has reached the plan- ( Lytal its regular meeting days and Named By MasonsR.
ning stage and members the
voted to have administrative sessions -
two hospital boards in a joint announcement ; f
at the call of the chairman. E. Hugb-s inducted as
this week say that sucha
move would provide for western Palm Beach Co. Commission Commenting on the reappoint- new worshipful master of Ever

Palm Beach county a new, mod; ment of department heads Chair I glades Lodge 211, F & AM, at the
man Lytal commended the group annual installation held in the Ma-
located to
ern hospital centrally --
serve-the entire area. Lake Lytal, a veteran of 20 years West Palm Beach member as a by saying "We have some of the i sonic Hall with A. R. Harrington
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x on the County Commission was I "man who has never shirked his finest department heads in the I past master, serving as installing I
approximately picked Monday by his colleagues to duties as a county commissioner. state." His observation was back- officer. i

necessary to build and equip a thor- be chairman of the board for the When there is a job to do, he getsit ed by Vice Chairman Van Kessel, Other officers installed were H.
oughly modern and up-to-date facility coming year. done." who said since he had been on the H. Sears senior warden; M. H.

with 45, percent of that Lytal senior member of the five- Retiring chairman:! Sundy nomi- board he had found no reason for Millar, junior warden; R. R. Hen-
from man board, stepped up from his nated Commissioner Van Kessel, wanting to replace any departmenthead. derson treasurer; S. J. Baggett. ,
federal
amount
coming a 1
vice chairman post he has held for noting that he is a man "who has "We hope they will stick with secretary; W. D. Gillis senior '
grant and the remaining amount to "
us need them he said.
-we ,
the past year and will succeed done a splendid job during his first deacon; A. V. Hughes junior dea-
be raised through local efforts. In ..
Commissioner Ben Sundy of Delray year on the board." .1>- con; George H. Johnson senior
approving the idea the Florida Development Beach, as commission chair- Chairman Lytal predicted that. GIRL,SCOUT BOOTHA steward; N. R. Norman, junior II
Commission has alreadyset booth at the South Florida steward H. S. Barnes, A. R.
during,the coming year the board ; tyler;
aside 500000.00 as a starter man.Named vice chairman of the will be confronted with ""tremend I State Fair will be sponsored by the I I Harrington marshal; and A. W.
and has assured both boards that Girl Scouts of Pahokee. Plans have Jones, chaplain.P. .
board was E. F. Van: Kessel Juno ous problems" that will need commission -
,the remainder would be forthcom- Beach, one of the two Republican I action. I been made for the booth. E. Hall assisted Harringtonin
ing. The federal funds are not to be members of the board who are In other reorganizational mat- The group met at the home of the installation ritual as Installing -
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repaid by the boards. rounding out their first'year on the ters, the commission reapointedall the chairman Mrs. D. B. Watkins, marshal, and A. W. Jonesas
Since February 1961 when this department heads and county who presided. The theme of the installing chaplain.0LASS1FIED.
job.Lytal II
proposal was first announced both was nominated for the top employes for another year with booth will be, "Recognition of the
boards have continued to study the spot by Commissioner,Paul Rarduj,' Commissioner Rardin making the 50th Anniversary of Girl Scouting ADS I
needs and advantages of carryingout Canal Point, who described the I I motion to re-employ them. ." PAY BIG DIVIDENDS
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the plan and are at present
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working together to arrive at the
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best possible plan for the construction -
of a new hospital. Board mem-
bers invite the public to express
I Federal And
their views and would apppreciateany Everglades Savings

constructive criticism or sug-

gestion Conferences that might have be been offered.held with ; Loan Association 01'Belle Glade

the Hospital Division of the Florida -

Development Commission in 1 BELLE GLADE, FLORIDA

Tallahassee and upon the adviceof ., ,. .
Autha Forehand director of that I .
STATEMENT OF CONDITION
division, application has been made ,' ',, .
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available through the HillBurtonAct | December 31" 1961 .l3
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and are allocated annually by| '

Congress. The FDC is in charge of ,
dispensing the funds in accordance ASSETS LIABILITIES AND CAPITAL

with county needs, formulaof
using a First Mortgage Loans ........._____............$13,390,104.19Loans Savings Accounts ___.____...._..__.._.___.....__..13865394.68;
beds
so many per thousand
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population. Western Palm Beach on Savings Accounts ...__.....,.... 41,948.52
County falls in the 4-beds-per- Advances From Federal Home

thousand category.On F.H.A. Title I Improvement Loans".... 65,802.09 Loan Bank ....____.........................._. None
this basis. Forehand has
Real Estate Sold on Contract ________________ 68,894.03Real
recommended to board representatives Loans in Process ..._-.__.________...-_._ --... 228,520.43 -

that'a hospital be built some- Estate Owned ______m____...___.........____ 19,974.55 r-
where between the two major communities %
Other Liabilities 4,642.91 -
with core facilities to accommodate Stock in Federal Home Loan Bank .... 240,000.00U.S.

up to 175 beds, and witha
minimum unit of 100 beds to be Government Obligations _..L.: ...____ 455,812.50 Deferred Credits ............_..-....._._.. 10,086.03

built initially. Other Investment Securities _...________.... 103,125.00 I
This recommendation is based Specific Reserves _____......_._.........._........ '- 14,100.00 |
upon recent FDC studies of the Accrued Interest Investments _____:.... 17,322.73 I

existing knowledge hospital and understanding facilities and a Cash on Hand and in Banks ____._._______. 963,164.36 General Reserves: p

the area needs and anticipated Office Building and Equipment Less For Federal Insurance $693,279.73For
growth. The 100-bed unit under !
modern hospital design would ex- ,Depreciation ________....____......._-___.._.____ 136,669.22
Contingencies _..__... 674,403.83 1,367,673.56 |
pand in emergencies to accommo- Property Held for Future Expansion ,. 25133.65
date up to 130 patients, and, the
175-bed core facilities will permit; Deferred Charges and Other Assets .... 2,113.75 Unallocated Reserve ________........:........... 39,646.98 |
economical expansion to meet future I i

area demands.As .
additional facts are known, $15,530,064.59 $15,530,064.59 |

they will be presented to the pub- DECEMBER 31, 1961 DIVIDENDS PAID .' A I

lic for their consideration. ANTICIPATED DIVIDEND RATEOFFICERS 40/0' Per Annum
Hospital Board members are as .
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follows: Southwestern Herman I 'f .
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Close Chairman C.A:. Thomas, .
Robert, Roadman, Richard A. Post- :' _" -

on, Lee Berryhill, Robert Lanier, ROBERT,APELGREN ROBT. E. MATHEWS, JR. RICHARD A. POSTON
and Mrs. Irvin Zumpf; Northwest- -' Executive Vice
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ern-Floyd Erickson, Chairman and Director : President and ManagerA

Milton Douglas Leonard Dobrow; E. KIRCHMAN '. W. R. HOOKER CLAUDE L. SHIRLEY JAMES A. BALL, JR.
Dick Parrish and Mrs. A. M. Okie.
.. Vice President Vice President Chairman of Vice Chairman of
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Patterson Circle In WILLIAM B. RHODES ETHEL BAIR H. B. McCALL HELEN V. MORRIS

Monday Meeting ,Vice President General Bookkeeper Vice President Vice Presidentand
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The lone Patterson Circle of the MARY LOU MCDONNELL MARY LOU MORRIS MARY J. DRUMMOND RUTH SCHNIER

Canal Point Baptist Church held Treasurer Supervising Teller Teller Teller

its regular meeting :Monday after- JANE SCHOENFELD CORRINE TITTSWORTH LAURA LEE
noon at,the home of Mrs. Frank Teller Stenographer DCT Student
O'Connell. There were 11 members

present. :Mrs. J. L. McCall, cochairman -

presided over the busi- Federal Savings & Loan Ass'nFlorida

ness gave the session.devotional Mrs. C.using. D. the Stewart 67th Everglades

Psalm. Mrs J. D. Latham had

cahrge of the program. Each com Savings and Loan League United States Savings and Loan League '

mittee chairman was called uponto

read' various duties from the Your Savings Insured up to $10,000 by F. S. L. I. C. .

W.M.U. manual. .
The February 12 meeting will be An instrumentality of the, United States Government 3
held at the home of Mrs Paul Rar-

charge din with of Mrs.the program...C. D. Stewart in 29 Years Of Service To The Everglades

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