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 Material Information
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 8, 1965
Publication Date: -1967
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Canal Point (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Belle Glade (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Palm Beach County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Palm Beach -- Canal Point
United States -- Florida -- Palm Beach -- Belle Glade
Coordinates: 26.861944 x -80.630556 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1924.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 44, no. 30 (Sept. 29, 1967).
General Note: Editor: Howard Sharp, <1924-1928>.
General Note: Publisher: Louis S. Goolsby, <1929>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 37 (Nov. 21, 1924).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
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Succeeded by: Glades observer
Succeeded by: Everglades observer

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January 8, 1965 PUBLISHED WEEKLY IN CANAL POINT BY PAUL RARDIN



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Around The GladesBy Heads The Ship Of State In Tallahassee Hospital Uniforms AuxiliaryMrs. Arrive Fulton Takes Over


( Paul Rardin) ', As School Supt.Robert
::.. : Earl Maxaon. president of .
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Magistrate James L. Tyson, Jr., been advised that the uniforms Fulton of D lray Beach
handled more than 3800 cases in his -t- have arrived. She said for the became Superintendent, of SchoolsIn
court at the Glades Otlce.BUuding, members to please contact Mrs. Palm Beach county on Tuesday
during the past year records show \t'.J"j Jesse Slmonds to get them. night of this week when he was
These cases ran all the way from The prices are $4.50 for the pinafores formally Installed Into that office.
minor. traffic violations to preUm- blouses are $3.15 and the He succeeds John Martin, who hadbeen
inary hearings on felony charges.The ""'?, smocks are $4.13. Mrs. Simon)I appointed nearly two year
; State Legislature set up the ,.", .. will be glad to have the memberscall ago when Howell Watkins jreaigned. -
court magistrate Job as a part-time her at any time to pick them Martin will be retained, in
,Job. Today it seems that the law an administrative Job, Supt. Ful-
makers should take a new look at t ton said.
the job before the 1963 legislature ti r up.Mobile John Dunkle became clerk of the

4 ,rolls around. It is anything but a i -Unit Circuit court, succeeding Alex Ar-
part-time job and should be made s a nette who retired after serving a
into a full-time affair with salary i Schedule Named a quarter of century in that job.
to match. I Dunkle had been clerk of the criminal -
I ( court' of record and won the
Have yqu visited the State Farm- I The Mobile X-Ray Unit will bj I circuit court job last spring overa
ers Market In' Pahokee' recently- In the following places in the group of Democrat in the .pri
Or ever? If you haven't you've Glades area during the coming mary.
missed a treat. There are a bunchof week. Bank of Belle Glade, Tuesday Marvin Mounts, Jr.* took over ai
good fellows located at tha {' I January 12 from 11:00: to 2:00: county solicitor, having won that
Market Some are vegetable brok-I \ p. m.; Friendly Market, S. W. race from a group of Democrat
ers. Some are growers. Some are Avenue E., Belle Glade, Tuesday opponents In the spring primary
processors. All in all they are a January 12 from 3.00; to 6:00 p. m.; He had been serving by appointment
fine group-adding to the economyof I Packing House Area; Avenue I* since Joel Daves resigned
,our area. Belle Glade on Wednesday, Janu- after his election to the state legislature
ary 13 from 2:00: to 4:00 p. m. on Nov. 3.
Leo Lynn Shirley Is getting his Hill's Grocery Store, Belle Gladeon Tax Assessor Edgar Maxwelland
I new location for his Texaco plant I' h. err' Wednesday, January 13 from Tax Collector Stetson O,
in order. Trucks have been busy I' 5:00: to 9:00: p. m.; Okeechobee Project Sproul started another term In
the past tew days hauling In fill January 14, Thursday from their offices in the court house.E. .
material to bring the location up 2:00 to 5:00: p. m.; Okeechobee Pro- F. Van Kesael and Edward
to grade The location is )Immediately ject on Thursday r.January 14 from BandldW started! thelfsecondterm.
north of Shirley Brothers 6:00 to 9:00: p. m.; OsceoU Centeron on the county commission and EL
redi-mlx plant in Pahokee on what GOVERNOR HAYDON TURNS January 15, Friday from 7:3C: W. Weaver started his first termon
is known' the The a. m. to 9:30: a. m.;
as "strip. "strip"is the board, succeeding Paul Rar--
owned by the U. S. Sugar Corp Jacksonville's popular mayor took over the reigns of the loverno,'* Belle Glade Health Center on I din of Canal Point.Deadline .
Tallahassee of this week after decisive 15 from 10:00 t*
office Tuesday
oration and is fanned by A. R. in on winning a Friday, January > '"'
the victory at the polls on November 3rd. He will serve for two years and 12:00: noon; Belle Glade Health I
Harrington. Recently company go into another campaign in 1066 for a full four years term, Center on Friday, January 15 from Set For
old two acres on the north to Manning 'IEducation'
1:00: to 2:00: p. m.; Glades Correc
Keen for a trailer park. Now
comes :Mr. Shirley and buys enougty+' Heads Program Of Florida's tional Institute on Saturday, Jan- Federal
12:00 Farm Aid
acreage to build his new Texaco uary 16, from 8:00: a. m. to
noon and at the City Hall In Belle
plant. New Two-Year Governor Haydon Burns Glade on Saturday January 16
r I January IS Is the deadline for
The recently formed Auxiliary at from 1:00,: to 3:00: p. m.
Everglades Memorial Hospital is t .. -- applications. tor governmental assistance

about ready for action. Notice is TALLAHASSEE Illinois-born) Observation Land for planned farm improve
Joe Tom Is ments according to an announce->
given this week that the new uniforms Haydon Burns became governor of Boynton
ment Sam
by office
Schooley, man-
have arrived and are avafla- Florida Tuesday with a pledge .to, of the
Purchased FCDThe ager Agriculture- Stabilization
able to members. The new organi- By Coastal Director
zation will be known as The Pink> make ,quality education the chief and Conservation Service. The
goal of his bobtailed two-year ad government will pay .40 to BO per
Ladies. Their work will add materially
ministration."If Central and Southern FlorIda cent on various
types of Improvements
of those who
to the welfare Joe T. Boynton outstanding
in the annals of history our Flood. Control District hay that are approved by the
must to the
necessarily go hospital
Florida businessman has been
for treatment. Their service can administration can only be remem bought a 216-acre Observation Island county A8CS committee.
be unmatchable. tiered for one contribution then from Mr. and Mrs. James K. elected Director of Coastal States Federal aid:during the past year
let it be said that we devoted our Brady for 132.400. The island is Life Insurance Company of Atlas for this type of work totalled $SO-
Leonard and Rethelle Dobrow maximum experience, courage and visible from the Herbert Hoover te: Georgia. Mr. Boynton, who 000 In Palm Beach County. Application
nave the sympathy of the commonJty labor, toward helping Florida reach Dike near Clewiston. The FCD U lives In Pahokee, was founder I blank may be picked up
i4r ,- .. ,and certainlyeveryone./* look- a peak of excellence in .it*,.entity' taking.lstepu to purchase all the President and Board"Chairman. of at the office of the Associate
lag'hopefully to the fun, recovery education system," '}Ju 'M 'paid: inUs Islands'in the T30- qU -mile) lake Seminole American:Life, which recently County Agent John II.; Cause/'at
", of Rethelle who suffered a cerebral 'inaugural speech. since they will be flooded seasonally merged' with Coastal States. the Glade Office Building or UHASCfl
hemorrhage several day age and The 52-year-old former mayor of In the future.Vegetable. Mr. Boynton has :long' been a office 531 N. Military TrailIn
: was on the critical list for .wrat Jacksonville, who moved from leader in a'variety of business ac West Palm Beach. Aid.is givento
time. Mr. and Mrs. Dobrow own Chicago to Louisville.>> Ky., when h* tivities. He helped form the Bank either land owners or person
and operate Glades Bookkeeping was just 5 days old and then to Prices of Belle Glade and Is presently a leasing acreage, who wish to make
Service in Pahokee. Jacksonville, promised an immedi- member of the Bank's Board of improvements on pastures, Irrigation
ate study of the trimester systemof Low After Holiday Directors. He Is also a farmer and ditches and any other farm
Within the year the new Everglades year-round operation of state rancher of many year. standing. I improvements.
Memorial Hospital will be universities which he Is pledged tn ne Is President and owner of Boyn- ... '
opened in Pahokee. The present abandon.He I The usual lull 1* following the ton Sugar Farms Company;
Coast Line Gets
hospital win be vacated. If you also pledged rapid construction holidays In the vegetable marketIng resident and owner of J, T. Boynton -
have a good idea about what to do of Interstate Highway 93 In In this section of Florida. However Farms, Inc., Vice President and
with the old building the members South. Florida Interstate .75 ,in I the demand for corn Is exceeding Director of Investments Associates ,12.9 Miles PermitWASHINGTONrTbe
of the hospital board will be happyto cenetral Florida and Interstate 10 the supply and the price to Inc.; and a Director of the
hear from you. Outstandingbonds in north Florida and said he will around $3.00 to $3.50 this week. Sugar Cane Growers Co-op of
on the old hospital amount tq push the Cross-State Barge Canal Beans are in short supply but Florida. This $20,000,000 plant r Interstate
more than $73,000.00 and this indebtedness -I and Inter-American Cultural Center that doesn't seem to boost the price ranks III the largest sugar cane Commerce Commission has author-
will have to be paid off in Miami very much A small offering of mill in the United States, processing ized the Atlantic Coast Line rail-
from the revenue secured from He promised to bend every effort Harvesters In Canal Point on Mon over 9,000 tons of sugar cane road to build 12.9 miles of line to
sales of bonds in the new hospital ;j| to bring new industry to Florida day only brought 13.25 per hamper. per day. serve two firm at Okeelanta FJa.I .
ret-up. What to do with the build to boost the soaring economy Peppers were in moderate supply Mr. Boynton Is an honor graduate I The firms are South Florid
ing after it is paid for Is the M and;create new job. 1 and the price was $3.00 to of the University of Georgli : Sugar Mill Co., and the A. Duda
1323. in It Son,
dollar question.Mrs. where he majored Agricultural a packing concern.
Mr. and Mrs. R. J, )Ra=don re- The demand was moderate for Economics. During his college At the same time, the commission .
Wiley Tinis It. spending turned to their home Sunday from celery this week and the price was days, he alternated going to school I denied a competing application
several days in Lakeland where sh) Texas where they spent the holidays $225 to $250 while Chinese cabbage and playing professional baseballfor !. by the Florida East Coast
has entered Watson Clinic for a with their son and family Mr.. in the Belle Glade area was the West Palm Beach Indian Railway to build a IT-mile line tt
check-up. and Mrs. Edwin )La=don. bringing $1.30. I (Continued on page 6)) i serve the name arta. ;




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Page Two 1935;
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\f i i/ta--/ ot his out- Tandem Triers
Growers \ J\' & performance the .

Set For TQe i j\ Aff leer training tnf Barred Tunuike
I AM) nlt which supports
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The monthly I I \jV/ Wtx M officer? Gov.-elect Haydon Burns Monday (
a sWa required by the said h0 had instructed the
"coffee" will be held at \{ ,
Glade Community %Ab 1>:c* force I I newly appointed Turnpike Boardto
at 8' HAX t ttl Uted:: from set aside any plans for use cf
day p. m. \ \
from the Everglades M, t1 S<:bo( ()t and received the Turnpike by tandemtrailers.Burns .
Station will be on hand i, /,> Q4JktOt In 1W1 from I I said that the Turnpikewas
of Technology. conceived to serve the public
the problems of the f.fVt tf t' :
will also tell about Aj\ WMed in 1902 upon of Florida and to bring tomb p
>/t vt Officer Training I I the state and that he 414 not believe
work being done at the
The Rardin Building In Canal Point FJorida Station. Aw\ A f.&tt. O1 ABB, TeX I it was wise to add undue traffic
Night vi\A\ hjr te. [1D the daughter : hazards In the form of tandem
THE LAKE OKEECHOBEE REGION HOME OP assure better meetings were Ueutenant'f: \',k Wi John P. Cowart I trucks.
B\J\A lAce. Macon: Ga. Burns said he wanted the Turn
THE EVERGLADES group meets! in Pahokee, \ "
NEWSServing and in.Belle A1'A pike Authority, named by him earlier -
plade 1 the
tJ\1 this week to take an about-face
the Lake \ ( 1'
Okeechobee
Fanning Region Without
on the policy of its predecessor
Interruption Every Week for 40 Years Neeley Johnson t Ai/\/\b, graduate of thi board.

Established March 11, 1924 Published Every Friday \/ ft p1orida College of Earlier, the Seaboard Air' Line
Subscription Price $2.00 Year In Advance Given A \Jdfs j.tlJed the office and Atlantic Coastline ,?Railroad*
\/\ .JO4da Sweet Corn j i through individuals filed injunetive
The Bvergladea hews Is Entered at the Post Office VALDOSTA, Ga.- )' vA tttee and Ex-, actions in Leon County Circuit
In
Canal Point Florida as Second Class Matter tenant William N. 1\ \A II fit office locates j I Court to stop the use of tandem

Paul Rardin Owner, Editor, Publisher of Mr. and Mrs. Alex ) )' f\M V)1I) be moved to trailers on the Turnpike from
of 3417 Bacom Point <\ \Jwj building on US Wildwood to :Miami.
SUNDAY. VISITORS kee, Fla, has been A, vWb: )outs John Fox I.
Mr. and Mrs. Minter Collins had Kraemer Island guished Junior Officer bf : v J\tsaico in the Glades Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Cubbegeof
as their Sunday guests her sisteri at Moody AFB, Ga. I Winter Park were the weekend
and families Mr. and Mrs. L. C., J Area Improved Lieutenant Johnson y'I guests of their son-in-law an!
Farr of Wauchula, Mr. Mrs
and ed for the base-wide d APs daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth
S. J. Hewitt of Mulberry, ),fr. and I officers
I with the rank of alQ fV/lJt r v i McIntosh.
Mrs. H. E. Smith of Orlando, Mr I Kraemer Island Is
undergoing ... .
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and Mrs. J. H. Grantham and Mm s. some renovations and changes for ---v"v-; ;;:; ; --, ---- -. .

R. E. Griffis of West Palm Beach the better under supervision of ss..e"ss. "ss"ssesdss*sAseas"s. .,_.4 aer'tas;h A V _'+ 'b'. s1r" '",.tas..es."s.. ... +'sa a#.#stas. :..{'
and her brothers, Col. and Mrs. It Belle Glade Police Chief Charles er r t tt f +- ,r i1 v r v -

C. Winchester of Omaha. Neb., and D. Goodlett. A marina and recreation .i t
Mr,and Mrs. W. S. Winchester and area with parking space, water -
sons of Smithtown, N. Y. Als and electricity for 30 camping b
visiting were Mr. and Mrs. F. R. trailers Is being built. There will ..
Haire and son and Mr. and Mrs also be a telephone booth for the .. +.
Joe Grantham, Jr., of West PalBeach. ro convenience of the I campers incases : Phone
... .. of emergencies. ( 9245511Pahokee ftione WY 6-2550 Belle Glade :A:
Although the area is technically '
VISIT THE PLUMERS outside the city limits, it Is owned .h SALES SERVICE >
Leonard by the city of Belle Glade with the
Jett and Sam Stout oHarrisville t
W. Va., students at exception of an area around a boat <. Heating Air C AItloriing' Appliances .;;
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Marshall University, Huntington, dock that belongs. to the Port of La' .. a a ...... .... .... .. .. .. .. .-. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. --
W. Va., have returned to their Palm -Beach.Brush rrr . .............. f.". ""#'..." &.."..I"..'......."' ."" ".... '. ... ..& .A..,
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Miss Jane Plumer. for f bigger MJlils in '65.
27 Traffic HazardA .

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brush fire south of South
Bay on U. S.: 27 caused a traffic .
hazard due to the low-hanging .4
clouds and smoke this week. The
fire has burned from Sunday night
through Wednesday In an area of
more than 3800 acres just south of
Flynn plantation.The .
fire was located In a swampy
area which created' problems for
the Everglades Fire ,Control Dis-
trict because the men were unableto
go in and put the fire out until
Wednesday morning.
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Has Record Year -I A .t M\rnLiiw


I Richard A. Poston of the Everglades

Federal Savings and Loan ti ( I k
Association said the organizationIs 1 T b
winding up a record year and ;y < r.
more than $8. ,S6 00 i is being paid l4\ '
out In dividends for the good year _
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tIn commenting upon the year's lOtRetidy
business,and growth of the organization -c
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The organization is the oldest 'r. ," ; ,
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HOME FROM HONEYMOON :e'' ClriC.81IJ! /
Mr. and Mrs. John L. Hundley

o DAIlY'DOtJ3LE returned this weekend from their .- .
,l st'& 2nd'RACESQUINIELAS honeymoon In Jamaica and were Every.year the
the guests of their parents, Mr. and traditional tfifo jtarm is becoming a more ; l;'

'Y EVERY RACESENSATIONAL Mrs.Mrs. Leland Lloyd lIundley Keene before and ,Mr.resuming arid electrified operation. becA y: lrjth Reddy's help you can r J
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their studies at the University get more out of your time a t\\ <#sh bvestment.Reddy's "
"BIG Q" ON LAST of Florida In Gainesville where they ,
2 RACES are both seniors., services are row V''I; r bargain than ever, due \ '

ADMISSION 25c to our recent $10 million f' ".' te reductiop I ,
IUSSISSIPPI'ISITORS (4th major .
RACING NITELY I Dr. Harlan Sears and Dr. Rich price cut In 10 years). ,:1\ t .
RAIN or CLEAR I ard Mullins of Westpolnt Miss., .* / .., .,, '.
So
I were guests of Dr. Sean' parents, count on Reddy: tc >r you in 1965...increas- .
POST TIME 815 Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Sears at Port I 4
E Mayaca over the New Years week ing production, reducing ccstJ' ruQing) : profits. .
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HACK TO NORTH FLORID --tw;aotil -fIk& (ft

Rev. and Mrs. Trevette Weeks i .
.;. and family returned to their homein f 'HOW, CHI? '-ltI;, 'frit ??, 'tl'lt"J.i.
north Florida following a visit
with his! father. J. G. Weeks and f FLORIDA POWER \ MfiHT'
WEST OK EctYtDiRE kOAD her mother, Mrs. David Hauts and COMPANY
Mr HauU. and other relatives. HELPING 6rJ.ftJ Il.tJ/lIOA





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Q:How does the new 3%% interest rate benefit me? check every six months for the life of the Bond
You buy E Bonds at 75% of face value and the '
A: With Series E Bonds, the rate turns $18.75 into I.
$25.00 fourteen months faster than the old rate. interest accumulates to matunty. H Bonds provide "
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income for living while E Bonds build a \
Your savings! increase faster, because your Bonds expenses
!', mature in*just 7 years, 9 months. nest egg for the future. That's why many retired r
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education E Bonds.
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months. With both E and H Bonds the new.rate Q: In*what denominations can I buy series E and series
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." 'f a 4/ year ._ At B Bonds: $25 (cost $18.75), $50 (cost $37.50)), $100 .. '
w Q:When did the new rate become effective (cost $75.00)), $200 (cost,$150.00), $500 \ /,,, I
A: June 1, 1959. (cost $375.00), $1,000 (cost $750.00), ,'
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Q:Does the 'new rate change the Bonds I bought before H Bonds lS 000
10- $500, $1,000, $ > and10,000. They ,,
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takes effect; in the first full interest period At Savings Bonds are an absolutely riskless way to .\t' .
alter June L .- r :... f ,JaV The: United States Government guarantees t'1;=;:\
the hash value of your Bonds will not drop, that it "
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Every purchased
Qt Whenjny B Bonds mature, wjfl they keep on earn by the Treasury.. Ir anything happens to you? "

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B Bonds wiU automatically keep 18mjj DIU'B Bonds$ta% rbank-i: #takes o*a few mJa: ; 'r' ,
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Savings Flan where you work.Thii Plan means you ..;.
Q:With the ns interest ate, should I CMhb say oU can haveacy; amoxznt'you came autcmatfca ,dee r'o.

Bands and bur new oats? ducted every .payday. The Bonds :you boy by ". ,

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;" Lynn Jones and daughter of I Mr. and Mrs. Leo Wroten have 1

,', Griffin, Ga., returned to their home returned from Marianna where I THE OPENING OF OUR NEW
Sunday following a visit with his I they attended funeral services! for '.,

mother, Mrs. C. B. Jones and his his brother, Rex D. Wroten.

brother, Alton Jones. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Jones of Christmas<
Mr. and Mrs. Allison Green and Clewlston attended a family Bar ,
family of Newberry. Fla., have returned B-Q held at the home of his mother .

to their home following a Mrs. C. B. Jones, Saturday '
visit with Mr. and Mrs. Louis Davis night. Club( Y : I 1

and Mr. and Mrs. Danny Ehnstrom. Mrs. Lou Lombard and daughtersLisa

:Mr. and Mrs. Lake Coleman and and Linda have returned to "
daughters have ,returned, to their their home following a visit with THIS CONVENIENT WEEKLY PAY- ;
: home at Mt. Dora following a visit her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. H EASY
WILL MAKE IT ,
with his mother Mrs. J. C. Mock Miller. MENT PLAN .. "

., and Mr. Mock. Capt. Donald Pickett has returned TO HAVE A MERRY CHRiST,'. .. .- ; ., '.
Mr. and Mrs. Gordo/i Guthrie of to Ft. Stewart A. F. B., Ga., fol- '
NEXT YEAR.
West Palm Beach and Mr and Mrs. lowing a visit with his mother, \
Robert Guthrie of Columbus, Ga. Mrs. John T. Pickett..

have returned to their homes fol.., Durwood Murphy of Ft. Lauderdale '.

lowing a visit with, Mr.I and Mrs.' was the recent guest of his We cordially invite you to use this service which is pro
I. S. Guthrie. I sister-in-law and broth r-in-law. ,

A-3c Mike Maxson and his room Mr. and Mrs. Lester Hand. vided for the convenience of our customers and friends.
mate of McCoy A., ,F. B. Orlando, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Maxson at.

spent the New Years holiday with tended the confirmation of their You will be pleasantly surprised to see how easy it is tohave5.00
his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Earl niece, Pam Stevens, daughter of ,
Maxson. Mr. and Mrs A. L. Stevens, Sun :1/ for Christmas shopping
$50.00 or $100.00
Miss Betty Echols ,has returned day at the ,Episcopal church In : ,

to her teaching position at Lake Clewiston '::J.' next December. Join Today .. '
Worth High School following a Mrs. Donald Kepp and Mrs. J. P. I" '
holiday visit with her parents, Mr. Parker attended the confirmationof
and Mrs. Dow ECho s Mrs. Kepp's son, Jasper Reed,
Mrs. W. S. Cross Is the guest of Dec. 27 at the Episcopal Church of
her daughter and family, Mr. an] I I Our Savior in Eau Gallic. c& Bank of Pahokee

Mrs. Doyle Branyon: : In Mel I Mr. and Mrs. Harry Levins and

bourne.Mll.lilVMil.1Llll"MIM.U.illWllV.ll. son Mickey of West Palm Beach

parents were the, Mr.weekend and guests Mrs. Marvin of his ,.:: "Oldest Bank in Palm Beach Co."

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Mr. a::d Mrs. Leo Hebert are ex- I
Member Federal Deposit Insurance
pected to return to their home this i$

PRINCE THEATREPAIIOKEE weekend following a vacation In Corporation :
Covington, Houma and New Orleans -

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Rev. and Mrs. Walter Cross and

family of Lake City spent the New
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Year holiday visiting his parent
JANUARY 1011.12"WOMEN Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Cross and her PATTERSON1. CIRCLE BIRTHDAY PARTY I BIRTHDAY PARTY

OF' parents, Rev. and Mrs. Jay Jame- I I -
son In Lake Harbor The lone Patterson circle of the Leslie Hatton, daughter of Mr. I Mrs.: John Hatton entertainedwith

STRAW" Rev. and Mrs. Guthrie Colvard I Canal Point Baptist Church will and Mrs. Ray Hatton, celebratedher a birthday party in honor of

SEAN CONNERY AND GINA and their daughter Miss Ruth Col :meet at the home of Mrs. M. C. 9th birthday, Dec. 30 at her her daughter, Lynn, on her 10th
1..? vard had as their guest this past I Carter on Monday, January 11 at home with 23 classmates playing birthday, Jan. 5. She was assistedby

r, LOLLOBRIOIDA week, Steve High, of Orlando, a I:2:30 p. m. with Mrs. A. H. Scrugga i games and enjoying birthday cake her sister, Mrs. John Thompsonof

(IN COLOR) senior at 'Stetson University. in charge of the program. and ice cream. Belle Glade.
Tommy Tlllis has returned to hU
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Visit with ; f "-::: :\
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.. Andalusia, Ala.Mrs. .. '
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Minter accompaniedby
.:FOR RENT: Two Furnished apart-
ments. One equipped with shower her mother, Mrs. F. J. WlA r\'
beds two Chester, left Tuesday for Orlando
bath and separate for
where Mrs. Winchester will remain > h' :., '
'men. Utilities included $17.00 pet ,
i"week. One apartment large and for an extended visit with her ... ..
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"'W'ffi i'
Mrs. H. E. Smith.
roomy with tub bath, 1 bedroom, daughter .. /
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,.' her home In Atlanta Ga., followinga
adults.''TV antenna furn "
I or more 1 J : .
ished. See ,W. P. atPope's holiday visit with her son and I ." ., ;?I ,.
Mrs
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i family, Mr. and Mrs.Bill Brown. "ft : ;' :: :
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: Nursery .in Canal Point. .l, ,)J. : : .rft '. : :. )'
I Airman 1-e Jimmy Jackson who '' ..' ,:: 'f :
POSITIVELY all want ads or has returned from Izmir, Turkey t' 7 \ ay
'Diazinon :
i'> classifieds, as you wish to call left Tuesday for Hunter A. F. B., ;: .'" : Il:

them, are payable In advance from Savannah, Ga., after spending a .' ,,
.! t his day forward. Don't phone 'em. 15-day leave with his,parents, Mr. t, ;controls most Florida 1 } '
".'.Write it and drop ,a,dollar bill In and Mrs. Monk Jackson and !i ...:
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once. $2 If you want It run twice Mr.and Mrs. M. P. Stanley and : vegetable insects.
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.i and,so on. Mr. and Mrs. Ron TerHaar were "

t 4PiiiAT'S among the many Glades residents '.
IN TUB
ATTIC that
ty don't need?.',A'$1.00 classified'you td tlttendthg.thg Orange Bowl I dame : iIn.b'i
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..d ,this column will probabJvAflnd; tJ: i !g n' 10; $ 4M&9O& 101'l30 Wqs its QT j
you a sale. Just writer your ad, en. .
.Ittose a dollar and we'll do thereat) ut'&' li Jettt : ijrTo3 w 1'l!,BI*> ;:I.II AIt< w"lIa.u( Ni,: '. ;
ytte Evergladb9twa Canal parents Mr. and lira.Mari i/in.Cow- .. ..... :; a,
Point .
"' '/ artQ 1:'.' '-1 Ie"I t }. I) ."if'. ,'::ead ,. : '" ejU:; R bed'>\il"".' a at ; i '

II. Dr. David McCoy and Miss Jan* r "" ,'... .. \ ,
ASEPTIC TANK PUMPING AND Hurley of Orlando spent thls'paJtweek :! 'w III. JI ..., '. '" .. .) J ",' 1,

.. ..,REPAIR Service In Clewiston, as the guest of his parents, Diazinorj inSecticTde( is the only You ,am use Diazinon
;South Bay, Bell Glade 'Pahokee Mr. and Mrs. W. O. McCoy. product you need to control most out the through '
I and Canal Point Serving the Mr. and Mrs..Ponce McDonald of of the major Insects of Florida seasons. And close to harvest ,
\ iGladts for 20'years. Phone 9246626. -, St. Petersburg have returned ,to without residue problems. t'
H. I:. ''Pitts, old Belle Glade II their home following a visit with vegetable crops. Here's the kind of So take advantage of the bene"moneyinthebank"programthat fl,

Voad.' _St. Oct. 16-ch.U Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Sims. fits of superior vegetable foliar In- ,"" ,
Mr. and Mrs. Boyd Vorhees had Diazinon can provide: sect control with ,
ttOOM AND BOARD, Family Diazinon. Order
their overnight guest last week, Diazlnon simplifies
as
your spray dependable
Style Meals. Inquire Shell Service' Diazinon .
.x sister Mrs. S. P. Lee of Mi SOW wet- ;
her It reduces the
program. need
:Station, Canal Point or Call 921V7238 .to table powder
or Diazinon .
ami. Both Mrs. Lee and Mrs. Vor- use several different AGSOO \ "
; 924-9403. N20tlo insecticides.
;Q : or emulsifiajble
hees attended the wedding of their concentrate, from.
'r You less when .
'FOR SALE New and Used niece Miss Karen Cove and Don spray you spray with your local supplier today. .":
'" Jeeps. Walter Ashley's Garage WUl81 I Hayes In Belle Glade, Dec. 29. Diazinon. So you save time and Geigy Agricultural Chemicals ;
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money. ..
In Belle Glade, Phone 63058.: Division of Geigy Chemical
-. Oct.1T- 4-eb ATTEND CIIUHCII SERVICEMr. .*;,' You"" kill insects quickly with Corporation -
Ardsley "
New
York.
Diazinon.And the
and' Mrs. W. D. Ebrite and "staying power"of 1-
\ daughters Miss Linda Ebrite and Diazinon provides outstanding .
INCOME TAX Mrs. W. It. Cannon and daughter control of problem Insects like ,

J. Louie Carter Cindy of Lake Placid attended the aphids, Southern armyworms and ouro of O.-CAU w WOOf. GejgyDiazinon ;.
services of the Pahokc leaf miners for
2421 B. DIXIE IIWY. baptismal a long. time. ".
First Baptist Church Sunday nightat ..
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ExttptiDMl(} Amt. Joe Tom Boynton Is ,Rally Baptist ScheduledNew CollegeA -1W


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Foreign Missions War n he served asa :
During World Palm Beach Countywide Baptist "-
in the Medical 1
1st Lieutenant
rally for the new Florida Bap-
He is a
Administrative Corps. tist Junior college In Palm Beach
The Lottie Moon foreign mission
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emphasis taken member of the Methodist Churchat Gardens will be held Monday night I _
offering duringthe
at ,Pahokee, and hjs. .raternal affiliations featuring talks by noted educators,
month of December the Canal '
include Nu and
II Church had jsigmja businessmen and church leaders. I
Point Baptist as a
the Elks Club. Ile. and his wife, of the new Gov. HaydanBurns'
: ceded
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goal $650.00. TJie.,phurchjjxf
and two
Helen, have two. sons special
the for a total of $710.00 first proclamations
goal
20 is I
daughters Wayne age a will ,
This money will be divided of I be presented at the rally.
the work in 56 countries sophomore at the University The rally will begin at 7:30 p. min ,
among Florida. Bruce, 19, is a freshmanat 6
First West
where missionary work ia carriedon Their the Baptist Church in
Southern Baptists with 1,83 Florida State University. ',Palm Beach announced the Rev.J.
by {
foreign missionaries. For the size laughters are Laura 9, end Kathy, C. Walters, Jr., pastor of the
L4, who is a majorette at Pahokee Church I
of the church this was an exceptional First Baptist In Lake
amount to be 'given duringthe High School Worth and moderator' of the Palm-
Poindexter said
month of December.The President Claude Lake Baptist Association.Dr. .

church was led In the em- Coastal _Js very fortunate to have Kenneth Williams, presidentof ;

phasis by the WMU of which Mrs. Mr. Boynton join its force and Florida Atlantic University,

R. T. Smith is president. A goodly welcomes the board experience he heads a list of distinguished speakers a ,r +"

portion of the offering came from brings to the company.Baptists. .Ih.I announced Dr. Jess Moody, .

young children of which the Sun- chairman of the college steering .
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beam group age 4 thru 8 gave $52: Drive To committee and pastor of the First I

while at the same time the primary Baptist Church In West Palm I ..

group age 6 thru 8 gave approximately Beach.A aA

$31.00.Corn .. Raise l/2! MillionThe welcome from Palm Beach
Junior College will be given by Dr.

Paul W. Graham dean of instruc 01
Celery Acres first called meeting of the tion. .

Palm Lake Association in their 26 i '.'
Gov. Burns'
proclamation will be
will be held at, the
Increased 1964Sweet year history presented by West Palm,Beach at-
first Baptist church in West Palm .
torney Fred O. Dickinson. _
Beach, Monday, January 11. The
West Palm Beach physician Dr, J !'
association will begin the businessof
corn and celery acreagesin Donald A. Warren will present a
laying before the churches and ;
the Glades have greatly Increased welcome from Palm Beach County. +
missions the task of raising one
during the year. The corn Dr Samuel' Lindsay, pastor of
and one half million dollars for I
planting in the Glades area has In- the Royal Poinciana Chapel, Palm !
new Baptist College. Outstanding
creased to 13,750: acres as compared Beach, will give the case for Chris- { \ J
speakers from all over Palm Beach y, 'f',
to 11,325: last year. This acreageIs tian education. Xr r.r I
county and particularly the ,varIous L/ Y A \
more than 60 per cent of the A :
educational institutions 'will report on the college its tij

total acreage for the state which speak. The members will consider background, its present status and j

Is 20,575: : acres. the program by which they will plans-will be given by Dr. Moody.

Glades celery plantings totaled reek: to raise the funds. The college will be located on a 200-
6,050 acres as compared to :5,820 MRS. JOHN HUNDLEYMiss
Dr Jess Moody is chairman of acre tract on Monet Road in Palm ,
last year. The Glades amount is 84 the steering committee and will Beach Gardens donated by developer : Patricia Ann Keene became the bride of John L. Hundley in a

per cent of the Florida total of be leading ,the program.: John D John D. MacArthur.In double ring ceremony Sunday December 27 at the First Baptist church
7,205 acres.
MacArthur of Palm Beach Gardenshas an invitation to members of in Pahokee with the pastor, Rev. Guthrie Colvard, officiating.
The harvest the state acre-
from
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made available to the asssocla- the 31-church Palm-Lake Associa-
age Is 1,408,000 crates compared to tion. Rev. Walters called the meet-
tion 200
of
last and the some acres property ,
1,406,000 yea yearly ,
iflrs\itfrirfc ift8ftrMonday
of "far
bordering on the Sunshine. State ing one reaching Import1ance.
yield per acre is 653 crates per
Parkway and Monet road. This is We 'want to give our Baptist ,
acre which is 12 per cennt more
location where people the latest facts on the
a strategic some
than last according to the U.
S Department year Agriculture Statistical 30,000 people per day will observe college, both as to what has been Cattle Sales

Reporting Service In Or- the work of Florida Baptists.The done"and that which is yet toe .

lando. turnpike commission is open- \ .

ing 'an entrance to the turnpike In November the Florida Baptist
directly in front of the property. Convention approved the college Are regularly] held at the Glades Livestock Market J=

Methodist WomenIn Baptists hope to open the college The Palm-Lake Baptist Association -

Monday MeetingThe with room for approximately 300 is now working on plans to You'll enjoy the excellent service you receive hereat
resident and day students In the launch a local $1,500.000 fundraising I
ot-the- next two to three years. drive for the college. this Market. We make an effort at all times to

WSCS Pahokee FirsMethodist T .. give an outstanding service to buyer and seJ] r. Give I
church met Monday I Ii'
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AUDUBON DINNER trial.j.
a j.
us
Miriam Be
in the an Dulany
night Chapel following Mr and Mrs. Frank Rozelle at- I
executive committee Mrs,
meeting.
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tended
a dinner' in West Palm
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J. L. Reeves president, presidedat
Ordained PreachIn Beach last week given by the Ever-
the business meeting.It I glades Chapter of the National Au !

was decided to give the money dubon Society of which Mrs. Roach SALES EVERY MONDAY AT 1 p. m.
J=
received from the recent sale of the a special ordination service a is a member. Dec. 30 was UM t:;
book "The Bible in Pictures" to
Sunday morning at the Community day of the annual bird count and

I missions from the sale while of money Christmas received cards Methodist church in Belle Glade. members reported that 149 different I Glades Livestock MarketOn
I species had been sighted withina .
will be used to bring the church Mrs. Miriam Dulany will be presented 15
mile.radius. .
: I silverware up to 100 place settings. a license to preach 'by the .. r Pahokee-Belle] Glade Road
Mrs. Hugo Boe gave the devotionals pastor Rev. W. RI Boland. Mrs.
t assisted at ,the, ,piano by Bob.Mathis of Washington D. Phone WY 6-3028 .
Dulany and'Mr. Dulany ire 10nnerl'elldenta C., arrived Monday for a visit with
i Mrs. R. F. Hurt. The entitled -
program
I "We would Jesus" was of Pahokee and friendsof his daughter, Mrs. Lewis Pope an*
see
I the couple are cordially invited his sisters, Mrs. H. M. Mclntpsh.
Mrs. John HattoaPahokee
presented by
to attend the Sunday morning service -II and Miss Julia Maws m>jW7Jt cv 4Lv m/xvtEverglades /
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at the Belle Glade church. .

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of the Department of Ministerial
.t Held On Tuesday Education of the Methodist

The regular-monthly! 'meeting of: Church located Nashville,'Tenn.

th W. M. U. of the Pahokee' First She was recommended by the Com- t
munity Methodist Church of Belle
Baptist Church was held Tuesday;
morning January 0, at the church. Glide' end the West Palm, Beach'

,:Mrs E. B. Gamble presided An District. ,churches; < of .the .Florida
no.Uncement was'made of the comIng I Annual tConfejcncec The -special
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I, spring quarterly Palm ,Lake ceremony, &get for, thq'.11, a. '*&. 1

Associatlonal meeting to be held t at service this, coming. .. SundaylClaude *!

Northwood Baptist Church on Feb. -

5. ) Pepperls tii: ,;:iv1'n: .;'SiV iivi:: ................ .:

Mrs. Marvin Crady, community; r .
Giyen ,An Award \
missions announcedthatthe
chairman ;
mission project for the month Federal l is the fclaceio ''fearn a high dividendon

'1 of January will be to supply,magazines .MIAMI.-* VThe. St.: jPetersbufgTunes' "' ..
to the Belle Glade Correc- and 'Hep. Claude Pepper your savings. Drop by today'at our Pahokee office or

/, Uonal Initltutlon. have won the 1965..Xieonard: LiAbess .. '1,1, \
t 'at the Home office at Belle Glade and let' show how
t\\ The program "Christ for the Gi Human Relations Award,I us you

.; bans" was presented by Mrs. Guthrie the Anti-Defamation League ofB'nal

,' Colvard assisted by Mrs. Claude B'rtth'has an UI c d..1 I 1 n 'i easy 'it Is.to systematically

:.. Shirley Mrs. Marvin Crady acid ..This Vfka the first I time In :the 4' .
., sa eacertaInamountforthat
f' Mrs. L. E. Sullivan. 10-year history ,of the ,award that .r"C"

t two recipients were named. The 2 e rainy day.

h AT THE INAUGURATION awards will be presented Jan. 17

; Mayor and Mrs Duncan Padgett at a luncheon at the DuPont Plaza

attended the inauguration ceremonies Hotel.

", of Gov. Haydon Burns In The award is a $1,000, contrlbu EVERGLADES FEDERALSavings

Tallahassee this week. While In Ion by Miami philanthropistAbess

f north Florida they were the guests in honor of the winner to And Loan Association ..
f<< of their son and family, Mr. and league research in human rtlatlons. -

+' Mrs. Calvin Padgett in Waldo and Aok>uVra'i ;; ribsD1BY I M&&AI,SAVINGS AND LOAN INSURANCE CORP.Pahokee .
Rev. and Mrs. Donald Padgett and! .

"', family at Chattahoochee. Lt and Mrs. Nrely Johnson have t Belle Glade

returned to their home at Valdos

I CoL and Mrs. W. S. Evans have ta, Ca., following a visit with his Let Your Money Earn 4%% Payable Semi-Annually

>s their guest her sister Mrs. Bed- parental Mr. and Mrs. Alex John- . .. ,.. .. ti .J a. ." .. .
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