The Everglades news
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Title: The Everglades news
Alternate title: Belle Glade news
Alternate Title: News
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Everglades News Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Canal Point Palm Beach County Fla
Creation Date: July 20, 1962
Publication Date: -1967
Frequency: weekly
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 )
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
Resource Identifier: aleph - 001981538
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Succeeded by: Glades observer
Succeeded by: Everglades observer

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Cold War MeetingHas Funeral Services Pahokee LibraryIs Last Rites Held Oliver SheppardHas

For James H. Blair For Chester A. King

Glades GroupA Used By ManyMore Heart AttackOliver
Funeral services were held in Services for Chester Arthur

Glenwood Ga., at the Glenwood King, 79, who died at a local hos

delegation of Pahokee resi- Methodist. church on July 11 for people are using the Pa- pital following an extended illness, Sheppard, U. S. Sugar
dents attended Governor Farris James H. Blair, former Canal hokee Public Library, this summer, will be held tomorrow afternoon at Corporation Superintendent at
Bryant's conference on Cold War Point resident who died in Millen, than ever before according to Mrs. Normal, Ill., with interment in the Bryant, is in Everglades Memorial
Education held at the Americana Ga., on July 7. Rev. Charles D. Ida Larrimore librarian. Hudson Cemetery at Hudson, 111. Hospital in Pahokee under oxygen
Hotel on Miami Beach, Wednes- Stewart, pastor of the Canal Point The library book shelf of the Pa- Born at Carlock, 111., Mr. King with nurses attending him around
Baptist church was in charge of hokee Parent-Teacher Associationhas was a retired mail carrier and the clock as the result of a coro-
Bryant gave the welcoming the services. Rev. Croft of Glen- been moved to the Pahokee had visited his daughter, Mrs. J. E. nary thrombosis suffered early
address and Senator wood assisted.. Library for the summer and these Wilson of 818 E. Main St., Pahokee Sunday morning at his home in
i Thomas Dodd of Connecticut, Survivors are: His wife; two bocks may also be checked out for many times during the last- ten Canal Point. His condition is reported -
chairman of the Senate's Internal stepsons, Claude Gillis of Glen- reading. years. as critical but his doctorsare
Security subcommittee was the wood, Ga., and Walter Gillis of New books recently received at Survivors include two sons, AuraS. optimistic for his recovery.Mr. .
main speaker. Macon, Ga. One stepdaughter, Mrs. the library of interest to children King of Normal Ill; Arlo j': Sheppard and his family returned -
Among important speakers, of Ruth Bendixon, Lake Charles, La., and young people are Ayars' "Ca- King of Ft. Lauderdale, six grand- last week from a vacation
the day was Hon. Thomas D. one brother, Garland, Blair of boose on the Roof," (Ayers' is mar- children and ten great grandchild- spent in northern states and was in

Bailey, Superintendent of Public Oklahoma City. ried to Rebecca Caudill another the very best of health on Saturday .
Instruction of Florida, who spokeon writer of young people's abooks); ren.Wetherington's Funeral Homeof morning as he visited with

"Planning and Development of Ball's "Joe Panther," "Buck's "The Pahokee was in charge of ar- friends in downtown Canal Point.,
Bill Passes .
Florida Communism vs Americanism. Sugar Big Wave," Carlson's "Cut it Out," He and Mrs. Sheppard made a tripto
." This is, a course that will be Cabanna's "Going On Sixteen," West Palm Beach Saturday to

taught in Florida schools startingin More Fla. Acreage Dale's. "The Casket and .the Earwood SpeaksTo take a friend to catch a train. It
September. Sword" Elkin's "The Loudest was on the return trip that he decided -

,t Those attending the one-day con .. Noise in the World," Freeman's Pahokee Lions"Grand he was in too much pain to
,ference were Mrs. Robert C. Hat- Formal announcement of U. S. "Mop Top," Freeman's "All About drive the car. The heart attack
ton, Mrs. R. J. Schroder representing sugar quotas including 895,000 Sound and Ultrasonics," Horn- followed early next morning.
1" the Victory Class of the Paho tons of mainland sugar, 450,000 bio w' s "Cleopatra of Egypt," Jury Activities" was the Friends of the popular Sugar
I. kee Methodist Church; C. M. Todd tons of which are for Florida Kyle's "The I Captain's House," subject of the talk given by Henry Company Superintendent have I,
from the Men's Bible Class of Pa- was given Monday by the U. S. Latham's "Carry on :Mr. Bowditch" O. Earwood of Belle Glade at the been told that he will necessarily I
hokee Methodist Church; J. W. Department of Agriculture.The ,{boys and men enjoy this book), luncheon meeting of the Pahokee have to remain in the hospital for i
Vann, representing the Parent- revised 1962 sugar market- Lawrence's "Indigo Magic ," Lions Club, Tuesday. Introduced another three weeks and upon his ti''
Teacher's Asociation, and Mrs. C. ,ing quotas are under last week's Loomis' "Great American Fighter by E. A. Jensen he related his experiences return ,home will have to take it
M. Todd who received a written which domestic Pilots''',of:World War. II," Peck's while vice- .
:-, legislative act, gives serving as easy. r'an5> couple. of_months j,
invitation from Governor Bryant, producers an increase: of about uPec s !B 1 11 and" Lightning," foreman of the fall term, 1961 .. 11i
as president of the Pahokee Wom- 12 'per cent over, previously announced Rounds'.. "Buffalo, Harvest," Bo- Grand Jury.

an's Club. _. allotments. garad's "Junior's Fun to Draw," He commented briefly on the of- Red Cross Plans II
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mainland cane constitute about 20 ,and Arnold Blanch. particularly called attention to the
Pahokee Hospital Hurricane BlowThe
per cent of the 35 per cent quota Other new books added to the recommendation by the Grand Jury For il

hike. shelves recently are Taller's "Cal- that a citizen's group be formed I
Slashes Millage Last.week's bill also provides for ories D o n' t Count", Sorense's which would take an active interestin
an annual increase of about 25,000tons "Miracle on Maple Hill", Seyton's County law enforcement, and Palm Beach County Red !
to the basic quota. "Devil Water", Spear's "T he use its influence to see that laws Cross Chapter is taking steps to be ;:

The Northwestern Palm Beach The revised quotas give domestic Bronze Bowl," Yates' "Amos For were fully enforced and that the ready ,for possible hurricane emer-
County Public Hospital District areas a total of 5.8 million tons as tune-Free Man," Adrian's "My- efforts of the various law enforce- gency here this season, and has :

board, at its regular meeting Mon- compared with 5.1 million under stery of the Night Explorers," ment agencies are properly coord announced a special conference at :
day night, adopted a new budgetfor the law that expired June 30. Bradley's "The Martian Chronicle, inated. the Central and Southern Florida
Flood Control 901 Evernia
the year and set its millage at The House of Representatives Cavannah's "Meet the President," He also called attention to the Building -
3.75-one-half mill less than last Monday completed passage of an Clerk's "Across the Sea of Stars," pnfavorable publicity which Palm Street, West Palm Beach, on
amendment to the sugar legisla- Coatsworth's "The Cat Who Wentto Beach County has recently received July 25th 'at 7:00 p. m. to review : ,

, year.New valuations for the district, tion to allow President Kennedyto Heaven," Daughtery's "Daniel and expressed his belief that events plans and facilities for emergency

I as set by the county tax,,assessor, increase foreign sugar quotas. Boone," (Daughtery heard tales of leading to such bad publicity could operation. ;
totals 22945982. The new legislation was sponsored 'Boone from his grandfather); be prevented if private individuals The meeting will be attended by
The reduced millage is expectedto by the administration and is Dunaes' "Twenty-one "Balloons," would take sufficient interest in Ralph Davis, disaster staff repre- !
increase district revenue by intended to still outcries raised Finger's "Tales from Silver their County government. sentative from Southeastern Area : !
about $5,000.Milton following passage last week of the Sands," Forbes' "Johnny Tre- James H. Wilkinson, general Headquarters in Atlanta, Ga. and t:

Douglas, board member, main bill, which gave foreign mains," Gottloeth's "Mystery of chairman of the Fourth of July is.one of 47 similar conferences i
said "we do not expect any drastic -, sugar producers a smaller share of the Forgotten Diamonds," Kurth's barbecue, reported that $755,02 being held in June and July in J 1 i
1P increases In operating costs for the American sugar market. Rifles for Watie," Kimmel's "The was taken in, expenses were southeastern states along the Atlantic +
seaboard from North Caro-
. ->;". ,the new year and the budget is Silver Stallion," Fnungold's "And $411.09, leaving a profit of $343.93.
lina around Florida and the
: _..:' J .ready to be ,turned over to the County Disaster Now :Miguel," Loftin's, "Voyge of $loo.00.of this amount was pledgedto Gulf Coast to Louisiana. These
: : :'-.* : JDounty. .Commission' as soon as Dr. Doolittle," Norton's "Space the *Commerce. fire- '
our attorney reviews it." Meet. S July 25 Pioneers,*' O'Dell's ''"Island of the :works fund The balance will be meetings are being conducted
i .-- --- Blue Dolphins. ," Parker's "Six Lag- used for the 'sight conservation jointly by local chapters and the
national disaster
BACK STETSON; The Palm Beach County Chap- gard Neighbors," anq Bogorad's program and other charitable and, staff. organization's- .
Miss Linda Woofter and Miss ter, American Red Cross, will hold "It's Fun to Draw." community activities of the Club.
In this state in the
seven area
Ruth Colvard who are attending the annual County Disaster Meet- Mrs., Larrimore and members of Perfect attendance pins were i
past five the Red Cross h s
Stetson College at DeLand, this ing at the Central and South Flor- the library board invite the publicto presented to Leonard Dobrow, years
spent than $6,000,000 for
summer, spent the weekend here. ida Flood Control Building, 901 patronize the city library, this James W. Vann and R. J. Schroder.Dr. more
storm'relief to thousands of victims -
Miss Woofter visited her parents, Evernia Street, West Palm Beach, I' summer. R. C. Lane, second vice-pres- : .::1 I
Mr. and :Mrs. Robert C. Woofter, at 7:00 P. Wednesday, July 25. ident, presided in the absence of
James E. Hollenbeck, Jr., Disaster -
and Miss Colvard was the guest of president Kyle P. Scott and first '
1962.Ralph Chairman, said enp-
Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Shirley, Jr.MAXWELLS ? Davis, Disaster Representative vice-president A. J. Gamot. Dr. primary
r from Atlanta. ,, .Georgia Sugar Hearing On Lane announced that the monthly (continued on page 8).r
Board of Directors will be I
RETURN will attend. The meeting ,will em- meeting
Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Maxwell phasize the 'community facilitiesfor held at his residence at 8 p. m. on
Youths Are
Miami Beach Tyson .
returned Tuesday after visiting mass shelter, feeding, clothingand TodayAll Tuesday, July 24. f.*.,

their son and daughter-in-law, Mr. medical' ,' .care.' Guests were Mrs. Jessie Mozingo At Camp Rockmont1'
and Mrs. Dale Maxwell at Lowell; Miss Yvonne Thompson and -
visiting relatives at Tallahassee, HOMEFROM VACATION. sugar producers are cordially R. D. (Bob) Hardaway. Jim and Richard Tyson, sons of
calling on Mr. and :Mrs. G. w Byrd Mr. and AIrs: Frank O'Connell invited to attend a "Sugar Hear-, ? Judge and Mrs. J. L. Tyson, left

in their new home at Quincy, and I I'f .have returned from a visit to their ing", today, Friday, July 20, at the HOME FROM ALABAMA Monday by train from West Pain

? spending a week with ;Mr.- Max son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and DeLido Hotel on Miami Beach. -Mr. and Mrs. Mitchell Kirk and Beach where they joined other
well's brother-in-law sister,: Mrs: Allen Jlust and family-in Mc- This meeting was called to con- daughter, Mrs. John Starling and boys of south Florida in a specialcar
Y: Mr. and Mrs. K. L. Gilbert at Lean, Va. Before returning name her small daughter, Kay Lynn, returned enroute to Camp Rockmont at
v.' Chipley.Mr. they toured Washington, D. C. and tinue the hearing that was ad- Saturday from visiting relatives Black Mountain N. C. George

visited his relatives in Augusta, journed in New Orleans March 13, in Anniston, Talladega and Pickren, who is camp director, is

". and Mrs. Sam McKinstry, Ga. 1962 to recieve testimony relativeto Alex City, Ala. Enroute home, they very well known in this area by
Jr.. and family returned Sunday establish ing proportionateshares spent several days in Tallahassee parents of boys who have attended<<
from Arapahoe, N. CX, where he Mr. and Mrs. K. E. Hood leftSaturday for the 1963 crop. where they visited with Mrs. Star- CamP Ridgecrest and RocJuDO 1L
was engaged for some weeks in ag- to visit, relatives in Orlando The meeting will be continued ling's husband who is employed Jim and Richard will attend R ck-

riculture.. and Cocoa Beach. through Saturday, if necessary. there mont for the next five weeks.


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''It t Established March 11, 1924 Published Every Friday If you've located the home you want and yon In a surprisingly short length of time you :I:
have your down payment you're ready to see too can have your down payment. Here's how
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Subscription Pjrice; ;$2,00} Year In AdvanceThe us about a low cost home loan. --open a savings account here right away.
This is the place to come because we Save as much as you can regularly. :c
Everglades News Is Entered at the Post OfficeIn
specialize in loans to buy homes. We know We also add a big dividend to your account f
Canal Point, Florjda}. as Second Class Matter just what to do to see that your loan is quickly regularly so your savings will grow even "
processed and how to arrange easiest terms. faster. Accounts may be opened by mail. == _
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Here Is What Transpired At Monday's
Savings And Loan Association.
Meeting Of The Palm Beach I.

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The county commission learned I[holding its annual convention in
I Mr. and Mrs. E. S. Parnell and Mrs. Calvin Spooner returned Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Schroder '
this week that money from a $15 West Palm Beach. I
son Gene visited Mr. and Mrs. C. Sunday from a vacation spent with spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs
million bond issue will be available Set Friday as the last day when I
D. Bryie in Ft. Lauderdale last relatives at Seattle, Wash. and O. M. Murphy and family in In-
; -in December- for financing the commission shall sit as a board
weekend. i Los Angeles Calif. diantown. ,
county-wide road improvement I 6f equalization to hear assessment iI I
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program. complaints.
-The program calls for new road I Received a $1,000 check from .
construction in each of the county's' Thrift, Inc., to be spent for the
five commission districts and all Negro Children's Home. # .
i projects listed by the board have Waived rental of a swimmingpool .

been approved by the State Road at International Airport in
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Department. return for $500 worth of improvement : Wherever .
County Attorney Harry Johns- to be made by the;West Palm you g o. .'

ton told the board Monday that Beach Jaycees who operate the I,

state officials are now working on pool under a lease agreement with
final details of the issue and expectto the county.
have the bonds validated and Voted'to let the local Air Force r. \

sold and the.money..at handsometime Reserve Rescue Squadron borrow

in December.In county fire.fighting and crash and .
other matters this week the .
rescue equipment for use in train- 4
commission, : ing members of the squadron in :t'

Requested that all firemen at this type of work. \...,; ,{
the airport be-deputized to help Voted to proceed with a lease r\..

carry out law enforcement the between the county and the Townof
Jupiter for use of the old Wel- -,
base in addition to ,other:'duties. \;
come Station at Jupiter. The
Voted to waive tie down fees at :
county is planning a new Welcome c'f
International Airport for membersof Station at the north county line ku '.f. .
the Florida Aero Club which is I Ion U. S. Highway 1.

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James BatchelorHas I Alice Joy Wilson u

Birthday PartyMr. Has Birthday PartyMrs.

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and Mrs. .
James Batchelor James H. Wilson entertained. -

entertained at their home 155 .at her home on Bacom Point
North Flame Ave., Tuesday evening Road Saturday evening with a ate

with a party for their son party and dance honoring her :

James who was celebrating: his daughter Alice Joy who was cele- S S4

18th birthday anniversary. Games brating her 17th birthday anni- J
and dancing were enjoyed by a versary. Classmates and friends of

group of close friends of the honoree -. the honoree were invited guests.

most of whom were his The girls attending spent the nightat
classmates. 1962 graduates ot,pa- the Wilson home and enjoyed a
hokee High School. I, "slumber" party.

Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Herring .are I II Mr. and Mrs. Ray Smith are ? d sub r
Visiting relatives in Dothan Ala] spending their vacation with rel- r yYn nrhs

and Graceville Fla. I jatives I in.Plant City and Dade City. tt7h Y

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: : Monday Cattle Sales I

Are regularly held at the Glades Livestock Market .

:which is owned and operated. 'fcy more. than. 120
Florida Cattlemen .

You'll enjoy.the--excellent service you receive hereat : f .'(keep.
this Market.; :>Ve makg AH.effort at all times.to.giyo .

an outstanding I service .to. buyer and. seller. Give us t't''f -

Pick up the phone and call back home.

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P" e.F ur.:- c% I** ByergUdes News, Canal Point Florida Friday, July 20.. 1962

p Joey Erby Thompson, son or Mr.'- Bill Nelson of St. Augustine is I I Mr. and Mrs. R. S., Douthit are

r and Mrs. Joe E. Thompson, left the guest of his grandparents Mr. visiting relatives in Ochlochnee,

PERSONAL[ NEWS NOTES II I j Thursday ton, Ala. to visit relatives in Carl- Point.and Mrs. J. E. Williams in Canal Ga.Mr.. and Mrs. Billy Thigpen of

Mrs. Ernest Maxwell spent several Mr. and Mrs. Ed Nicholas and' Canal Point left Monday for a visit

-------- - ------- ---- ----- -- days in Savannah, Ga., last boys of Orlando were the weekend with relatives in Lyons, Ga.
Mrs. J. L. Humphrey Sr., and O. H. Sheppard, who suffered a week, where she met her brother- guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Weeksof 'I I Mr. and Mrs. Charles Jones and

& her brother A. J. Harville of Belle heart Sunday at his home in Canal in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. A. Canal Point. I boys of Clewiston were the guests

f'r'. Glade, left Thursday to visit their Point, is a patient at Everglades E. Darlow of Hammond, Ind., and Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Fraser and I i of Mrs. C. B. Jones Monday.

parents Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Har- Memorial Hospital this week. they visited their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Alma Farrow left during the I Mr. and Mrs. Charles Maxson

-: ville, Sr. at Alamo, Ga. David Cunningham, who is a Mrs. W. E. Beasley. weekend for several weeks vaca- left Friday for a two weeks visit

{ member of the staff at Mission I Last Friday, Mrs. L. W. Arm tion- in Hawaii. I with relatives in the Blue Moun-
i -- -vr Memorial Hospital in Asheville, N*. strong took six black cats to the Mr. and Mrs. Hudson Burr and tains and other places of interest

': C. is the house guest,of his par- Animal Rescue League in West family of Lake Wales were the in Mississipppi..

(:: THRILLS GALORE ents Mr. and Mrs. D. W. Cunning- Palm Beach. Yes it was Fridaythe Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. F.I J. L. McCall is a patient at the

ham.Miss 13th! F. Burr of Canal Point. Florida East Coast Hospital in St.

i FOR YOUNGSTBIS .. e Edwina Humphrey and Mrs. Charles Dicks n and child- Mr. and Mrs. Brooks Hendersonleft I Augustine where he had surgeryfor
Miss Myra Jones spent the week- today for a vacation in Washington a hernia Tuesday. His condition
up to 80 years! ren returned to their home in Pas-
end in Tallahasee. Miss. D. C., and a visit with rel-| is reported as good.
cagoula, : Sunday, after visit-I
I Ef I I'I Rev. W. T. Roberts, exchange ing her mother, Mrs. Kenneth I atives in various Kentucky towns. I Miss Kay Hughes of Orlando was

A Half-Scale I pastor at the Pahokee First Methodist Hitchcock for several weeks. Mr. and Mrs. Don Adams and the weekend guest of her parents,

191O Church, and Mrs. Roberts Mrs. A. M. Pugh is visiting her daughter of Alexandria, Virginia Mr. and Mrs. D. P. Hughes.Rev. .

I, and family visited Cypress Gardens sister, Mrs. Guy Van Landinghamin ,are the guests of F. M.: Wilson and I and Mrs. Walter Cross and

last week, and on :Monday they Cairo, Ga. and other relatives Mr. and Mrs. Adams. family of Tampa were the weekend

MODEL 'I' took a sight-seeing trip to Key In that area. Earlier in the month, I Mrs. J. V. Thomas, Jr., and Ter- guests of their parents. Mr. and
I ri have returned to their home Canal Point.
West. Mrs. Pugh attended the Chastain I(Mrs. W. S. Cross of
Replica Mr. and Mrs. Otto Bleech returned family reunion at Thomasville Ga. after two weeks visit with :Mr. and I Rev. Cross is pastor of the NorthI

3 HPIngine Saturday from a three-week I AK3| Kenneth Hignite has returned -I Mrs. Joe Kelly in Ft. Pierce. I I East Methodist Church in Tampa.

I Vacation spent in the mountains of to his duties at Cecil Field, I

North Carolina Pot Little Switzer- Jacksonville after spending the "

weekend here with his parents Mr.
i land.Mrs.. E. D. Sims and her mother, and Mrs. Thomas G. Hignite. I II

Mrs. Nannie Mallory, returned Miss Yvonne Thompson will WANTED !

i Sunday from Boone, N. C., where leave today to spend the weekendin I

they attended summer school at Miami with Miss Alice Elaine

Appalachian State Teacher's Col- Hurt who is a student at Florida I I FOR PRE-HARVEST WORK

i lege.Mr. College of Medical Technology. I
and Mrs. W. O. Moss, their I Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Powell left I IN

sons, Bill and Larry; daughter, today for a two weeks visit with

RUNS AND HANDLES Pamela and Harry Cunningham, relatives in Illinois. While away SUGAR CANE AND OR

LIKE A REAL CAR! left Friday for Ridgecrest, N. C. they plan to attend the 50th Wed-

This half-scale replica of the where Bill, Larry and Harry will ding Anniversary of Mr. Powell's VEGETABLESGOOD
famous 1910 Model T runs like attend Camp Ridgecrest for Boys parents.

one handles like one for the next five weeks. Mr. and Mrs. Loyd Brackin of I

even sounds like one. Designedto Mr. and Mrs. C. Williams and Eagle Lake spent Friday as the I WAGES STEADY WORK

carry two youngsters in com- children returned, last Thursday, guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Harris ,
fort it has ample strengthto
from Carrollton, Ga. where' they
haul 2 adults. Has steel frame and Elinor Brackin of Pahokee.Mr. .
Fiber glass body; Forward, neu- visited her parents, Mr. and Mrs. and Mrs. J. P. Parker are 1E INQUIRE NOW 3

tral and reverse. Mechanical Othan Gilbert.F. vacationing in Asheville, N. C., and 1I 3
brakes. Normal speeds up to 10 G. Gillis Frank Gillis and M. will visit relatives in Phild 3lp'::-., 1I '" 3
mph. But can be set faster or C, Garrett attended the funeral of Pennsylvania before retur.linLO:
slower. Not designed for highway Joel Griffith in Baker, last week- >:
their home in Canal Point in two Florida State Service
use .... but more fun than a weeks. Employment I It
barrel of for the end.Mrs.
monkeys Ii
J. R. York is spending ten
Miss Linda Hand returned to
whole family. Come in and see I'
this half-scale "Tin Lizzy". You'll days with her son, Van York and West Palm Beach Monday after 41 Southeast Avenue D i

buy it. Made only by McDonough his two sons, in Ft. Lauderdale spending her vacation with her

Power Equipment, Inc., Mc- while Mrs. Van York and daughters vacation with her parents, Mr. and Belle Glade, Florida

Donough, Ga.CASH. are on a trip to New York. :Mrs. Lester Hand, of Pahokee.Mr. I II
:Miss Alice Elaine Hurt of Miami
PRICE and Mrs. Robert Arietta t tVSitt8tV] ltA B JCONCRETf, '
spent the weekend here with her i visited Mr. and Mrs. J. L. McCall
parents Mr. and Mrs. R. F. Hurt,
$359.50FRANK I in St. Augustine; Tuesday where I -
who had just returned from a vacation -
Mr. McCall is a patient in the Flor
BELK in South Carolina.Mr. ida East Coast ,Hospital.
and Mrs. Gene Bradley had
Phone 924-7311 as overnight guests on Wednesday, Report of Condition of 1 1i at
3597 Airport Road Pahokee, Fla. his brother and sister-in-law, Capt. of Pahokee In the State of Florida at; 1I i
and Mrs. P. E. Bradley of Rome, the close of business on June 30, 1962. SWpUS
N. Y., who were enroute to Eng- Cash balance with other 1'Dritl 1E
banks and cash ItemsIn
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land.Yvonne Thompson Roger Hat- process cf collection __$ 1835614.77 :
United States Government
ton, Mirtha Batista Katherine obligations, direct and +
Classified AdsSUGAR Young and Robert Boe will attenda guaranteed _____________ 7592472.11
Obligations of States and
party. tonight. at Singer Island. I political subdivisions ___ 60.000.00Loans
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r ;ei honor of the birthday anniversary and discounts. ______ 1042784.51
BOOM is sure to hit. If Bank premises
I of Miss Janette Harrington owned _____-a.___4000.00
have a room or two for
you spare
by her parents, Mr. and Mrs.A. Furniture and .
rent why not place an ad in this fixtures ______4274.78 8274.78 I:
R. Harrington who are vaca- Other assets _________* 4,268.35TOTAL
column and watch results. A phone tioning there. I

call and $1.00 will get the job done. ASSETS __10543414.52
Gene Parnell is visiting friendsin LIABILITIES
Lakeland, this week. Demand deposits of Individuals -
ROOMS ARE NEEDED almost and .
daily. If you advertise in this I Mrs.. Ernest Maxwell and daughter corporations partnerships______$ 8,257,727.66 ., ,
Tina and Miss Willadine Todd Time and savings deposits .
classified column folks win know .
of individ ials partner-
where to find that spare room. left Wednesday to spend several ships and corporations 901992.93 MASONey
days with Mr. and Mrs. I. E. Ham- Deposits of United States
Send $1.00 and copy for your ad to Government (Including
The Everglades News, Canal Point, ilton, former residents of Pahokee, postal savings) _______ 29.422.48Deposits
at Melbourne.Mr. of States and poli-
Fla. tical subdivisions _____ 811,336.77Certified
Duke and
and Mrs. Perry
and officers'
FOB SALE: New and used Willy sons left Tuesday to spend several checks etc ________ 49209.17 .

Jeeps. Walter Ashley's Garage weeks camping out at Fisheating- TOTAL DEPOSITS 10049689.01 ATTRACTIVI I
4n Belle Glade, Phone 5058. Creek. (a) Total demand
Oct. Miss Caroline Sellers is visiting deposits 9008946.94 M
1'lkh.1 I I (b) Total time tS y
relatives Council N. C.'for
sev- and savingsdeposits INEXPENSIVE
Fifteen DollarsThat 1 eral weeks. 1040742.07

Mr. and Mrs. Billy M.Sheffield, TOTAL LIABILITIES ..__$10.049.689.01
Is all you need to have a new"home -
their daughter, Jessie Ann and CAPITAL ACCOUNTS !? ;: ;.1 A ; E N 1
built lot. For further
,on your Capital: (a) Common stock
details call HUNT REAL ESTATEat son, Billy Mac are visiting Mr. total par value 100000.00 100.000.00 r'
Sheffield's mother, Mrs. Wright I Surplus 250000.00
924-7933 in Pahokee. M25tf
Undivided profits: ___ 143725.51
Williams and Mrs. Sheffield's
FOR RENT: Rooms, Light ents. Mr. and Mrs. J. P. par-j TOTAL CAPITAL
ACCOUNTS 493.'l2S.51I Easy to lay, long lasting, and attractive concrete
keeping, Lucky Star Dude House-I I Colquitt Ga. this week. I I
Phone 92 -9480. J Miss Ann Campbell of Palm TOTAL LIABILITIES AND masonry blocks are the ideal material for building
CAPITAL ACCOUNTS 10543414.52 terraces and for the
patios "DO-
I Beach was the overnight guest, MEMORANDAAssets -- steps, especially
FOR SALE: Several real good Tuesday, of Miss Katherine Young I pledged or assignedto IT-YOURSELF" fez of today. Concrete bocks are

buys in frame homes. If you are I and her parents Dr. and Mrs. W,I for secure other liabilities purposes (and including inexpensive easy to maintain and add beauty and

looking for a home and don't have I C. Young at Port Mayaca. Miss notes and bills value to your home. For quality block precision
to have a new We have it. Or rediscounted and securities made
one. Campbell and Miss Young are: sold with agree- on Stearns equipment. see us today.
for $50 down we can possibly build classmates at Palm Beach Junior' ment to repurchase)
:you a new one. See or Call Dan College. E. McDwaln.. Cashier, of the DO IT TODAY-THE CONCRETE MASONRY>> WAY
above-named bank, do solemnly
'Carpenter. 924-7156 or res. 924- Miss Josephine Young of Port. shear that this report of condition la I
7235. 2tc true and best of
correct to the my
Mayaca is visiting Dr. and Mrs.. knowledge and belief
Kenneth K. Shephard and familyin E..P. Ucllwaln.
FOR RENT: New 2 bedroom con-: I
I Florida Gardens for two weeks. Cashier
crete block house. Furnished. In I Correct Attest
the Orange Grove 289 Parkview Carmen Salvatore, City Councilman -i Rupert Mock

Court $125 per month. See or call of Pahokee, left last Thurs- Directors Martha Macintosh ,..,
Dan Carpenter office 924-7156 or day to visit his brothers-in-law and Julius T. Moon
rest 9247235. 2tc sisters Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Pre- State of Florida County of Palm .1
and Mr. and Mrs. Beach ss:
gnano Harry Sworn to and subscribed before me \
FOR SALE: 2-piece sectional Miragila in Newark N. J. this llth day of July. 1962. and I PAHOKEE, FLA. BELLE GLADE, FLA? > .
Can be Mr. and Mrs. Robert M. Sanders hereby certify that I am not an officeror
.t couch. seen at Pope's"Tftailer director of this bank.
Park ',in Canal Point. See and son, Michael spent last week- Dolores Joan Rises 1 ._PHONE.' 7185 t. .,. '.PHONEWT. .6-5249- .'. .
Public '. _. :,j; -: j .
NOTARY. :? SEAL) Notary .
.iLeroy..Adkins.- ... ... .1tp.,, eid at-Singer-Island. *-- uy commission, expires: NOT. 30./1JG2. .

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Friday, July 20, 1962 The Everglades News,. Canal Point, Florida pg JTlTO- '

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,. If, ..-I.. .__. .. tional 950,000 sustain significant Common Market tariffs on U. S. Miss Johnson Sets during the noon hour, Thursday.
il7: :
?he c. : : ont : injuries and many are permanently poultry. In the evening, officers and com-
crippled. Farm work accidents More than 80 percent of all broil- I Her Wedding DateJuly mittee-chairmen of the Rotary i

i rank first in total occupational ers shipped into Europe's Common Club and their wives held a dinner :

i deaths and third in rate on a worker Market countries are produced in I 28th is the date selected by honoring District Governor John !

I' basis. 17 southern states. Tariff increases -. Miss Susan Griscom Johnson for E. Johns and Mrs. Johns. Follow- :

s s that would reduce our her marriage to Thomas Jackson ing the dinner, while officers of

1"IwWI. Education is one of the most effective ing exports of poultry expand-I I Morrison, Jr. of Pensacola. Miss the Club met with Mr. Johns: Mrs. :

.0-1. wrr'r means of promoting safety, fect adversely not only Johnson is the daughter of Mrs. E. C. Johnson entertained at her i
I and ducers, but also their Clement Griscom Johnson and the home for Mrs. Johns and wives of ;
reducing accidents. In this respect -I I
; processors, handlers and late C. G. Johnson. the Rotarians. i
Our 19th National Farm Safety I'd like to mention the state sUPPliers'1 I
The will be It
I was happy to note ceremony Saturdayat was announced that the speaker j
Week will be starting Sunday, July wide campaign started in Florida dent was fully aware of 7:30 p. m. at the First Methodist for next Thursday will be Rev. i

22 and will continue through the earlier this year to promote safetyin I ance of our problem and pledged I I Church of Pahokee with Rev. Rob- W. T. Roberts, exchange-pastor of !
following Sunday, July 28. the use of deadly pesticides-
his best efforts to obtain favorable ert A. Shelley officiating. Nuptial the Pahokee Methodist Church. !
I As I've mentioned before, safety those containing chemicals that are consideration for U. S. poultry imports music will be furnished by Mrs. S. -e. F i
I is not a one-time thing. It's an highly toxic to humans. into Europe. I M. Pitts, Jr., organist, of Belle
I everyday, week-in:andweek.outproposition. After several tragic deaths in However, the whole subject of Glade and Jack Phillips, vocalist, I VA Home Loans Are i
You can't let down for our state last were traced to
. year tariff negotiations between the U. I of Fairfax, S. C., uncle of the
a moment because the few seconds careless handling or improper disposition bride.
l S. and the Common Market is ex- I Extended Revised i
l 1 or less it takes for an accident to of containers used for such tremely complicated! one that Miss Johnson- has chosen as her 1

occur can catch. you just at the deadly pesticides, two. important will involve some hard-fisted horse attendants :Miss Alice Joyce

time you let down your guard. steps were taken to prevent a recurrence trading to get the best deal. I. Spencer, maid. of, honor; Mrs. R. A. The laws governing VA Home j
National Safety Council advises : I The Common Market negotiators I Barnett of Sanford, brides matron, Loans has been' extended and revised j
4 that this year's theme will be First, the National Agricultural and Miss Helen Forrest of Naples, under the provisions of P. L. !
naturally will be seeking to protect -
; "Family Safety-At Work and Chemical Association instituted a f bridesmaid. 87-84, as follows. 4
their own interests, industrialand
, Play." Because two Saturdays are statewide educational program in We/ll be Robert Charles Reynalds of Au- Future entitlement for veterans i I I
covered in the observance period, Florida on the safe use of pesti- II agricultural. doing burn, Ala. is to be best man, and of W. W. 11, and the Korean conflict I
the To a close watch
same. keep on
special emphasis safety is expected cides. They prepared special liter- the ushers will include Jack Dun- will be based on ten years
and trends in I
to be given by the clergy ature, posters and signs for this developments can Moore and John Edwin Hols- from date of discharge, or release
t I
Europe, the U. S. Department of
I to rural churches. The reason: purpose. The campaign attracted berry, Jr. of Pensacola. from their last period of active I
j Safety is a moral problem. widespread support from local, I Agriculture is reported to be setting The recption will follow the service, any part of which occurred I

" On many occasions accidents result county and state agencies, from all I up a new agricultural 'at-: ceremony at the home of the bride's during either war, plus an additional -
tache's post at the Common Market Dr. and period by the veteran duringW. I
I from improper attitudes toward public information media and from grandparents
i the safety of others. Such various segments of the pesticides headquarters. Mrs. L. W. Armstrong, 756 Bacora W. 11, or Korean conflict. Except -

f laxity can be corrected in part by I industry in Florida. .e I Point Road. No formal invitations that entitlement shall not continue -

I stressing the moral responsibility Second, our Department of Ag-, Mrs. R. J. Maxson left via plane I I I are being sent locally; all friends in any case after July 25th,
: i invited to the and re- 1967 for W. W. 11 Veterans, or
: each individual has to avoid endangering riculture has issued new regulations from West Palm Beach Monday to J: are wedding
I I I after Jan, 31, 1975 for Korean Vet-
I the lives and property governing label information I visit her son and family, who are I ception. _
Ij' .e erans.
t of other on deadly pesticides, including : stationed in the U. S. Army post ]I I
In order for a veteran of either
') Our national accident statistics specifications for safe disposal of near Phoenix. Arizpna. District Governor
to determine his fora
war eligibility
! are frightening. Let me mention containers. These became effective I Ie. '
Visits Local Club home loan guaranty, he should
I just a few as reported by the National July 1.The. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Kepp of figure ten years from the data of

, Safety Council. Accidents I chemical industry's cam- Canal Point left Monday for a I John E. Johns, district his discharge or release, and add
j are the leading killers of young paign in Florida is the first of ,its I month's vacation to be spent at District 699 of Rotary governorof Interna- one year, for each three Months

.i people of all ages up to 36, and kind in the nation-a sort of Naples. They went via Wauchulaand tional, was guest speaker at the .active duty during A war Period.
I rank fourth in total deaths. In the "pilot" program. It has attracted I were joined by Mrs. Letha luncheon meeting of the Pahokee Peace time veterans, and Vet- .
: decade 1950-60 nearly a million nationwide attention and may be Kepp who will be their guest whilein Rotary Club, last Thursday. Mak erans, and Veterans of \V. W. 11,
) died in accidents, 95 million copied in other states. Naples.
persons II ing his official visit here, Mr. Johns are not entitled under the present
suffered disabling injuries and s .e ***
I laws.
spoke on the policies and future
! ZYs million were permanently han- I had the pleasure recently of Mr. and Mrs. G. T. Echols and plans of Rotary International.Dr. The length of time that is required -

I icapped. The cost: 100 Billion dol presenting to President Kennedy, Terry and their house guests, Mrs. E. C. Johnson, president, was for A veteran to obtain a
I lars. in company with officials and in- E. E. Stanley and girls of New in charge during the business ses direct VA home loan, depends en-
) In rural areas more than 11,000 dustry representatives of several Iberia, Louisiana, were the guests tirely on the amount of mores r--

I people die each year in farm, home other states, a plea for his personal of relatives in Ft. Myers and sion.Guests were Tom Parker, N. T. leased by the U. S. li" -".ury derailment -

l' \ \ and highway accidents. An addi I intervention to forestall increased I'I'Naples Sunday. Taylor, Dr. Howard Hill and Louis to the VA during earn

I Kirchman, all of Belle Glade; Joe quarter of the calendar year. Whena
Erby Thompson and Buddy Lampi. veteran makes application to the
VA his name is placed on a wait-
Mrs. Johns, wife of the district
f governor, was entertained at ing list, and when his name is
luncheon at the 441 Restaurant by reached, he is then notified by the
/4 several of the Rotarian's wives I VA that they are. then ready to

Pkttll Ia PrOffliSex I process his loan application.

!I I r I 1 1 .1 1 1 1 1 I : : I : t I I : t t : : t t I I I I I : I : I I I I I 1 I t t

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( ; .. OPEN (9 to 5 DAILY) I

't. MON. THRU SAT. r
I ... ;.__, ..i"I _
i I
I : After Many Delays Our Expansion Is

! X
, : :i: Now Completed Walls Ripped Out Ten-
x ..
J. $ '
, .I;"J-fi t ants Out and We Now Occupy Our Entire

; :., I = t Block 3900-3906 So. Dixie (100-Ft. Front.)

\ ,
i This "Triples" Our Floor Space, And With

7 '. 'Y' i Our Recently Built Store In Lake Park, Wet
wi :
a AA4
x Can Now Better Service The, Growing Demands

Sure, sKe8 a grand old flag
vJ .i K5 F* .4. Y of Our Many Customers. Both Stores Are
That's why we salute.her

That's why.we pledge allegiance to her. 1' > I Stocked With New, Beautifully Styled Mer-
R' .
That pledge in its simplest terms ro
1* another way of saying "Count ma x> A ,. ?..of chandise: Priced. Especially "Close"! (Our. Usual

f in. You're my country and I love you Y # ; .
i and need you. Your problems are Policy.) .

; my problems, and I'm with you 4 '

I all the way." F ., 5

; Your country's biggest single ..,, 4i n ,;.fib qy THANKS To our many "Glades"

problem is the perpetual responsibility
for keeping the peace its people y} Customers who have made this expansion

want You can help with this possible without your "GOODWILL" and"RECOMMENDATIONS" .
i problem by remembering this: ; -
our success
Ptac cost money. Money for
I military and industrial strength. would not have been possible in eight short

Money for science and education.
And saved individualsby
money by -
I you-to help keep the economy

strong. Bonds provide this money. Gruel Pita Wtemr-NtUaoU N......*r KaapdMt daUttbT WE INVITE "COMPARISON" AS TO J
Marti H. KlD.-AI'U

Help Strengthen America's Peace Power

Buy U S. Savings Bonds Traditional O'Donnell's House

NOW PAYING 3)4% INTEREST \ | 3900-3906 So. Dixie 333 Federal Hwy. J

UA : : -West Palm Beach U. S. 1-Lake Park ;:
Tin Government don not pay for thi ach'Cf't .inl.The Treatury DepartmtiU thaak.
ftr their patriotic donation The Adoen isins Council..Adt

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r Shirley 'Circle Hears Myrna Upthegrove

... Mrs Hugo'Bb Has Birthday Party

11Newsori1 ChurchesFirst II
"What Are 'You Teaching Your Mr. and Mrs, Elmer Upthegroveof
, Child?" was the topic of the program Pahokee entertained Monday

.... ., I presented by Mrs. Hugo Boe night "with a birthday party for
at the, meeting, Monday night, of their daughter, 'M rna. who celebrated -
the Gertrude Shirley Circle of the her 18th'blthdapiTbepaity,
Methodist The Church Of God Church Of God
WSCS of the Pahokee Methodist was held:at the 441 Steak House. 4

Church, PahokeeRev. Of Prophecy, PahokeeCanal Barfield HighwayPahokee Church which met at the home of The-guests,en joyed.a buffet supper t
Point Road Mrs. Leon Spooner.Mrs. and twist party.

T. C. O'Steen Fla.J. Olga Pugh was appointed Guests were: Richard Funder-
SUNDAY: John H. Kinard pastor W. Hughes Minister chairman to receive coupons, suchas burk, Allen Miners, Aleda Shack.ford' .

9:45 a. m.-Church School 10:00 a. m.-Sunday School Phone 924-3736 Golden Key and Pillsbury, which Marchia Kay Davis, Kathy
11:00 a. m. Morning Worship 11:00 a. 'm.-Preaching Service SUNDAY: will be collected and sent to, the Crosby, Deborah Gross, Eddie Up-

645: .p. .-MYF 7:45 p. m.-Evangelistic Service 9:45 a. m.-Sunday School Children's Home at Enterprise.Mrs. thegrove, Steve Wilkinson, Lynn

'45-p.: .,m.Evening Worship 8:00 p. m. Tuesday-V.L.B. 11:00 a. m.-Morning Worship Spooner had charge of the Fisher, Chuck Bradley, Beverly
TUESDAY: 8:00 p. m. Thursday-W.M.B. 7:30 p. Evangelistic Ser-, devotionals and Mrs. Jack Spencer, Wilkinson, Doug Miners, Charlie
Everyone welcome. Special music circle chairman, presided over the Blanton, Richard Batchelor, Mike
7:001>> m.Vesper prac-
and singing. business session. Elliott. Leigh Cross and Alice
Mrs. Spencer will entertain Johnson.
:. 7:30 p. m.-Prayer Service .
members of the circle at her home -
7:45'p. m.-Mid-week devotions Canal Point First THURSDAY: '
8:80 p. m.-Senior Choir prac- 7:30 p. m.-Youth for Christ
tice Baptist Church Service I M. H. (Frock) Baxter entered
.- the VA Hospital at Coral Gables,
Elder R. E. Barfield and Mrs. C. S. Davis and I
Canal Point SUNDAY: ST. AUGUSTINE VISITORSMrs. this week, and will undergo surg-
10:00 a. .-Sunday School : Jack Nelson and sons, Bill son, David, left last week for Hen- ery. Mrs. Baxter accompanied her

Baptist ChurchRev. 11:00 a. m.-MornIng Worship and Mark of St. Augustine, were dersonville, N. C. where Mr. Davis husband to Coral Gables and will

7:00 p. m.-B. T. C. recent guests of her parents, Mr.and will engage in the summer pro- remain there for several. days. I
Charles D. Stewart, Pastor 8:00 p. m.-Evening Worship Mrs. J. E. Williams. Mrs. Nel- duce deal. David enrolled at Camp -
SUNDAY: WEDNESDAY: son and son, Mark returned home, Ridgecrest for Boys and will enjoy Mr. and Mrs. Allan Fowler are J

9:45 a. m.-Sunday School 7:30 p. m.-Midweek Prayer last week, but Bill remained for a I the activities there for the next spending several weeks vacationing .'

11:00 a. m.-Morning Worship Service longer visit with his grandparents. |I five weeks. in Plentywood, Montana. i it

6:30 p. m.-TrainIng Union 2nd and 4th TUESDAYS: ,-- 1r t
7:30 p. m.-Evening Worship 7:30 p. m.-Ladies Auxiliary
WEDNESDAY: Meeting.Christian j } ?* I I'i'i'! '!f f" 1J7\( tlt7\fl7\\ i'N! fJy7\W Ttf t( WNf'fNtr

7:30 p. m.-Prayer Meeting .. t.5

Science j

The Pahokee ChurchOf Group Of Canal PointThe j 1 it=

The NazareneRev. j
eternal nature of true beau-

Max D. Jones, Pastor ty and goodness will be emphasized Phone 511- Pahokee Phone WY 6-2550 Belle Glade !
Sunday at Christian Science chur-
433 Bacom Point Rd.

SUNDAY Phone 924-7528 SERVICES P.:O. Box 882 ch Opening services.selections from the Biblein SALES and SERVICE :|t'l F;| I

9:45 a. m.-Sunday School will the include Lesson-Sermon these verses on "Life"from I Heating Air Conditioning Appliances :
11:00 a. m.-Sunday hip
Psalm 36: "How excellent is thy
6:30 p. m.--Juniors loving kindness, 0 God! thereforethe 1 AS. ys-yiyi/JtvsKaxg/jt 1 r t W 1MII i iM4jA..V.4IA.M4iA.M.4 .M.4iM4 M4 A.M4iA L.411M&IJ.M1jA.\l.4IM4JY..1; AYll 'jjjji M4IA.v.4iAU Jii jtliiaitiiit's A.4J2; ..Y
7:00 p. m.-Sunday Evening
children of men put their trust
Evangelistic Service
under the shadow of
thy wings.
WEDNESDAY: ,. ?- .
shall be satisfied :.n+ .y.h. .. :.r.i.'a try, ;% arE ; ;, ..:%
They abundantly + a 3::yari witr> .
7:30 p. m.-Midweek Prayer -$); i Y"'ry t
meeting with the fatness of thy house; and
thou shalt make them drink of the
"Where you are a stranger but *
once." river of thy pleasures. For with "\ time iT:.:

thee is the fountain of life: in thy change
light shall we see light." to
St Peter's, Lutheran Readings from "Science and -* tothisl.there's ** f

Church, Belle Glade Health with Key to the Scriptures"by t. \
Mary Baker Eddy will includep.
( 246): "Life is eternal. We
August Koerber, Pastor
should find this out, and begin the
601 W. Lake Rd., Belle Glade
demonstration thereof. Life and 1
goodness are immortal. Let us then
Divine Services, 11 A. M., 1I
shape our views of existence into
School 9:45 A. M. loveliness, freshness, and continu- :.. -_.___._
ity, rather than into age and 1i I

St. Mary's Catholic blight." .
ChurchFather _

Glades Girls .Off i

Francis' Fennech, Pastor To Girl Scout CampMiss If
Sunday Mass -- 11:30 a. m. Ld I j41
Confessions before Mass Karen Reed of Pahokee and
Miss Patricia Hodges of Belle

Glade are representing the Senior ,
The Methodist Church
Girl Scouts of their respectivecities f

Canal Point, FloridaRobert at the National Senior Girl
Scout Round-up being held at

A. Shelley, Pastor Rockwood National Senior Girl

SUNDAY: Scout Camp, Bethesda, Md., for
10:00 a. m.-Church School the next ten days. 4
11:00 a. m.-Morning Worship Girl Scouts Karen, and Patricia
6:30 p. m.-Youth Fellowship took the special bus at Canal Point,

MONDAY 7:30 p.:m.-Evening Worship Tuesday the other morning alternates, which from carried South so much NEW in a modern 2-in-t

3:15 p. m.-Youth Choir practice Florida to the camp. ..........
TUESDAY: Enroute north, they visited the,
8:00 m.-Woman's home in Savannah, Ga., of Juliette
Tuesday2nd Low who founded the Girl Scout '

MONDAY: movement 50 years ago, and they

7:30 p. m.-Esther Class meeting stopped off to tour historic Will- ,,--I f','<:f (
iamsburg, Va. They will also visit '
WEDNESDAY: points of interest in Washington, i) MORE FOOD SPACE P""h ,.,: 1ER0 COLD TEMPERATURE
7:30 p. m.-Prayer Meeting ..less 7
D. C., including the White House \ f floor space Freezer section keeps
where Congressman Dante Fascellof f I New models are bigger ,Ww ',_&&&foods tasty-fresh for
First Baptist Miami will be on hand to greet ,.. J inside,smaller outside. months. Cook ahead; have on hand.
'them. Doors have generous storage space. Left-overs are never wasted. Loads of
Church, Pahokee Starting home on July 29, they You can save money by stocking up room for ice cubes,too.ADJUSTABLE.
"specials. Save time shopping.
will visit Luray Caverns In Vir- on
Guthrie W. Colvard, Minister and travel the
ginia, on Skyline
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Training Union-6:45: p. m. south, they will come via the New models are frost- |Shelves that slide out,
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>1ght The Everglades News Canal Florida .
Point Friday, July 20, 1962

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Lydie Sue Brooks Stick To'Plat Law- --- W linvrightISNew i GONE.- TO ASHEVILLE E I I CELEBRATES BIRTHDAY

Mr. and Mrs Ellis Murphy, their COl.WS.Evans of Port Mayacawas
Wed Jerry RutherfordMiss County Board SaysThe Head State Prisons
son, Pat, and their daughter Mrs. honored on the anniversary'
Chester Mullis and baby, Lisa will his birthday with a family dinner I
Lydie Sue Brooks, daughterof county commission this week TALLAHASSEE The state leave tomorrow to vacation at Sunday, at the home of his son-in-
Mr. and Mrs. John Edward refused to grant requests of two cabinet has named Louie Wainwright Pisgah View Ranch, near Asheville law and daughter, Dr. and Mrs. I
Brooks of Pahokee, became the N. C. Frank at Col.
bride of Jerry Rutherford son of subdividers who had asked that I superintendent of the Avon I Evans Handley was accompanied to Seb-
the late James C. Rutherford of county plat laws be circumventedin I Park Correctional Institution to
Mrs. Olga Pugh returned Satur- ring by Mrs. Evans and their t
the developers favor.In H. G. Cochran, Jr., who
Okeechobee, on Friday evening, replace resigned -
I day from a visit with her brother- daughter, Mrs. J. J. Eairley and
July 6, at the'Nazarene Church.i one matter concerning devel- as director of the Florida in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. O. daughters, Jane and Katherine, of
The pastor, Rev. Max Jones perItonned opment of Polo Club Estates, the I prison system., M. Belyeu and family in Miami. San Antonio. Texas.
the candlelight ceremony I commission refused to eliminate a The board accepted with regret
, before an altar decorated with!I bridge project over lateral canal 6 Cochran's resignation. He has accepted -
white summer flowers and lace I which the developer had originallysaid ,a position with Florida 10 u .11111111111111111111111111111111111111111111.
i he-would build at his own ex I Care. Inc., a firm affiliated with I
fern.Nuptial music was furnished by pense. M. J. Zimistowski, the orig- Brailey Odham and Associates. THEATRESPRINCE '
Miss Myra Jones, organist; Miss I inal developer, appeared before the I Cochran has been state prison \
Amanda Pitts, soloist, who sang I board to ask that he not be madeto director since 1959. Before that he
"Because" accompanied by Miss I construct the bridge. The com- was state beverage director and a LAKE DRIVE-IN
Carolyn Jones, and the Jones trio mission declined his request and I consumer member of the Florida
composed of the Misses Maxine further moved that the bonding Milk. Commission. Wainwright, a Pahok. Pahokee-Belle Glade Road
Jones, Carolyn Jones and Grace company be called in to completethe I native of Lawtey, is a former police -I -
Jones, sang "The Lord's Prayer." subdivision according to the officer in Gainesville.Mrs. r -2 BIO FEATURES -
original plans.In I
The bride given in marriage by SUNDAY-MONDAY -TUBSDA
her father, was lovely in a balle- another action, the board de- Clare Hall, her SUNDAY MONDAY-TUFSDAY
rina length gown of chiffon lace, clined to approve ,additions to Old Susan, and twin sons, daughter'l JULY 22-2S-24
with fitted bodice featuring, a Port Village subdivision an Singer .Steven of Largo, arrived Wednes- JULY 22-23-24 "P ARRISH"
square neckline edged in sequins. Island and Meadow Brook subdivision day for a visit with Judge and Mrs.J. .
The full skirt was lace over tiers since in both cases, the original L. Tyson. "SERGEANTS 3"
of net ruffles. Her shoulder length plats have not yet been completed -! TROY DONAHUE AND
veil was of silk illusion and she according to.original plans Mr. and Mrs. Mike Ginsberg and FRANK SINATRA DEAN CLAUDETTE COLBERT
carried a white Bible topped witha and bonding agreements..- children, Mark and Joan, of Jacksonville MARTIN AND PETER AX3C>
cascade of rosebuds and white visited her parents, Mr. \ "THE THREAT"
satin streamers. CLASSIFIED ADS PAY and Mrs. M. V. Pugh, for several LAWFORD

Miss Doris Wagnon, maid of hon- BIG DIVIDENDS days this week. I I 1 1 im m M ni 1 1 n 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 n I m 1 1 1 1 1 1 I II
or, wore yellow chiffon with fitted I _
bodice and neckline edged with
rosebuds. Her full tiered skirt featured I t
an overskirt of chiffon which j I
was caught up with tiny rosebuds I I

to form graceful scallops. I Everglades Federal Savings And
Little Miss Joyce Carpenter oIl
Memphis, Tenn., cousin of .

white brde! chiffon was flower over pink girl satin.and wore She I Loan Association 01 Belle Glade 't' -

carried a basket filled with rose '
Billy Ray Mosley was the best

man and the ,ushers were K. B. !!! '. : .. STATEMENT OF CONDITION
Wagnon and Bill Flowers. ::0

Assisting' at the reception, held June 30 1962
at the parsonage immediately following '", ,
the ceremony, were Mrs. "
Billy Ray :Mosley and Mrs. Hugo

The bride received her educationat First Mortgage Loans ________...___.........__$14,329,539.29 Savings Accounts ...!:.............................$15,247,815.82
Pahokee High School, and the '
groom graduated from Pahokee Loans on Savings Accounts ..._........... 64,365.82 ,
High School in 1955. He served for F. H. A. Title I Borrowed Money ......._--..._................... None
Improvement Loans .... 56,900.58
four years in the U. S. Air Force,I -

including one year of duty in 1 Real, Estate Sold on Contract ................ 67,191.90 Loans in Process ...................:..........._:.. 738,696.23

Greenland. I Real Estate Owned ................................ 27,023.99
Following a honeymoon in Or-
lando, the young couple are making Cash and Investments: Other Liabilities v ......-...................:......... 8,403.60 I

their home in Pahokee wherehe Federal Home Loan Bank Stock .... 240,000.00.
is employed as bookkeeper bya ............_......................._ 9,037.36
local firm. U. S. Government Obligations ........ 874,762.50 ;..
Other Investment Securities ............ 103,125.00
Red Cross Plans-
Accrued Interest Receivable -
I Reserves:
(Continued From Page 1)_ Investments ...;.._......_............... 19136.87

phasis at the meeting here will be j I 1= Cash on Hand and in Banks ..._....... 1,571,845.87 Specific Reserves .............:,.:...-:....... 14,800.00
given to the Chapter's plans and
I Office Building and Net
the community facilities for mass Equipment ( ) 133,056.97 General Reserves ........._.................. 1,410,990.88
shelter, feeding, clothing, medical I Property Held for Future ExpansionNet

and nursing assistance, volunteer ( ) ...........-.................._.......... 25,246.35 Unallocated Reserve ..........._....... 160,814.12
enlistment and training, emergency -I .
communications and transporta-:j Deferred Charges and Other Assets .... 24,362.87 \

tion, and other needs for which the Total Liabilities ..................._...............$17,536,558.01Total
chapter has special responsibilityand
must cope with in event of a Total Assets ..............._...........................$17,536,558.01 i

storm's strike.Coordination. 30, 1962 DIVIDENDS PAID
of Red Cross activities -
with those of governmental, .
Civil Defense, ,and other agenciesalso Current Rate Of Dividend 4%% Per Annum :: '
acting in such an emergencywill n-
be reviewed. .

beck Also said to,be will discussed be the personnel, Mr. Hollen-and ': Your Savings Insured up to $10,000 by Federal ,Savings and, Loa 1 ;Insurance"' Corp.

material support which will be
given by the Red Cross national -
Southeastern, Area Headquarters -I
he said, sends experienced disaster A. BALL, JR. CLAUDE L. SHIRLEY RICHARD A. POSTON A. E. KIRCHMAN
personnel to threatened Chairman of President Executive Vice Vice Presidentthe
coastal areas ahead of a hurricaneto Board President and Manager
help local chapters when major
also will help to bring in needed Vice-President Vice-President Vice-President Vice-President
extra supplies such as cots and
blankets,. medicines and food. H. B. McCALL. \ o HELEN V. MORRIS ;\ 0 MARY LOU MCDONNELL

"National disaster staff" he said, Vice President Vice President t.!. 4( r,..' 4' Treasurer
"will remain in a stricken com- in Charge of Mortgages and Secretary 0
munity to help with a family as-
sistance program, sometimes re-
quiring weeks or months, when _

immediate storm victim's emergency needs beyond are consid-the Everglades Federal Savings & Loan Ass'nFlorida

ered on an individual basis and they
are provided with the funds they
need to restore homes and posses-
sions, extended medical care, and Savings and Loan League United States Savings and Loan League
other essentials to recovery."
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family Mr. and were Mrs.called H. H.to Hendrix Carthage and 29 Years Of Service To The Evergladest

Mlss. by the death of his father C.
d Thursday.