The Everglades news
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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 15, 1965
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
oclc - 32615395
notis - AKF8469
lccn - sn 95026042
System ID: UF00079910:00160
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Succeeded by: Glades observer
Succeeded by: Everglades observer

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Zone Social LionsIn Canal Hazards I Mrs. Fletcher 111 February 1st K ;
Around The Glades (
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(By Paul/Rardin) The Canal Point Lions Club will Get PTA AttentionMrs. I Mrs. R. P. Fletcher Is seriously Car Tag$\ n S QR'{t :;s,

mmuwwuw be host at a Lions Zone Social to ill at the home of her daughter, l'l81e
There 1. a lot of yow-yowing on be held in the Community Building James Gibson vice president Miss Mabel Fletcher, 4820 SW 5th 1963 tags will gt> Monday, 11
the East Coast of the county about at the Glades Park, Canal Point, of the Canal Point PTA presided St., in Miami, according to word February 1st at the Tax Collect
making arrangements at the Port Tuesday evening Feb. 2, accordingto at the January meeting -I received here by friends or's Office of the Glades Office
of Palm Beach and building roads announcement made at the! the absence of the president, Stanley Mr. and Mrs. Fletcher, resident Building across from the Livestock
for a short cut to the Port from weekly dinner meeting of the club i Hooka. The flag salute was led of Pahokee since the early day, Market Time has not been extend. Fed
,the Glades, so that sugar can' be Monday night with Vice,President by Mrs. Mildred Larrick with devotionals -: have a home in Pahokee at 1163 .1964 tags were purchased for '',
shipped through the Port. We Harlan Sears presiding In the absence I by Rev. James Baugher,' Bacom Point Road, but. for the 13 months. 1965 tags will again be i
haven't heard the first sugar processor of President J. G. Ford. pastor of the Canal Point Metho-, past several months, since Mrs. purchased for 13 months bringing ,
' in the Glades say anything Attending the zone dinner meet. dist church. i Fletcher became Ill, have been liv- the renewal date in 1966 to March
about wanting to ship sugar ing will be members of the Okes I A letter was read from Mr. and. ing with their daughter in Miami. 1st
through the Port of Palm Beach. chobee Canal Point and Pahokee Mrs. Paul Rardin expressing their For many years Mr. and Mrs. It is suggested you purchase
Maybe the day will come when the Clubs, with wives to be guests. A gratitude for the part thy PTA Fletcher operated the Pioneer DrugStore your 1965: auto tags early to avoid
Port will be used for such shipments ladies night program will be fea. played in the recent tostlmontlal in the old Dixie Hotel building !- the rush. Growers and those having
but that day is a long time I tured. The zone social will take the I dinner given in their honor: Mr*. at the comer of South Lake truck fleets. are requested to
in the future. .i place of the regular meeting of the James Baugher gave a report on and West Main.Federal furnish the office, as soon as possible
daily Canal Point Club for the first week i the savings stamps and announcedthat with the 1964 registrationsor
An East says that in February. I they are still on sale at the lists of 1964 tags which they
another new bank will be opened r school library every Wednesday Savings intend to renew in 1965 ,in order"
on South Dixie in West Palm I morning at 9 a. m. to faclllate the renewal of these
Beach in about eight months. I'd [Irish Potatoes At Members agreed to co-operate Sets New RecordRichard
like to predict that Palm Beach with the Belle Glade Chamber of for tags for passengercars "
county has about reached the saturation Record Peak PriceGrowers Commerctin eliminating canal which includes the 60 raise
point on banks. Already I In/ Palm Beach County. A A.Poston, executive vice to cover costs of luminous paint
Dade: county and Miami have :a I request was made to the parentsto president of Everglades Federal used on. numeral on the new tags
total of nearly 60 banks and that's who have Irish potatoes. send all plastic containers to Savings and Loan Association with' are: y; >'
too many for that county. I'd regret this season are getting the benefit I I school for the children to make officers in Belle Glade and Paho D tags .(thru 2500 pounds) 14.09. .
very much to see Palm Beach flower the hospital.W. Plain ((2501 thru 3500 Ibs.) i
.of a record price as they are sellingfor I Ii vases for kee, said this week that his Association tags
county with too many banks. E. Blackwell Introduced MIls $22.22.
had enjoyed a remarkable
$8.50 per 100 pounds. Acreageis I Ii I I
i Jane Plumer"wbo showed a.film on growth during the past year. W Tags (3501 thru 4500 Ibs.) -
LeRoy Miners, who opened a i not too high in the Everglades I migrants and their problems In In the annual report (o the asso |30.34.
modern super market In Belle Glade section of the state and the price I I south Florida. Room count was ciation's savers Mr. Poston com WW T.govlr( 4501 Ibs.) $38.47.
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ago the result of low acreage. awarded to Mrs. Mildred Larrick's mented:
opening going on this weekend. n.e..1 I. third grade" Following the meetingrefreshments' business
II. Beans are scarce in the Lake "Although competition Persons Get f
Prizes, tree groceries, lots of tradIng this week and growers areharvesting 1 were served by Mrs. has been considerable more s.. :7,760 ;
t I- 'stamps and all the attractionsthat some in the Plantation James Gibson and Mrs. SUnhy vere this past year, we are pleased
go with a formal opening an area of Broward county with the Hooks. with the continued progress of our State'Welfare Aid
. available at Miners new store on price at $3.00 to $3.25. One grower A. LI Institution and its expanded services ,
p Avenue E and Fifth street A clever from the Lake who to this "
Region, is community.
J I bit of advertising for the new farming this season in the Plantation I I Vocational Class Mr. Poston foresaw the possibility Paul M. Cassen, Chairman of I
store is the chant that goes like section, said yesterday that of "some slight pick-up" in District 10 Welfare Board of the !
, this: Nothing could be finer than labor is a problem in that area the In Electronics housing activities both in the loci) State Department of Public Wel.. I
A shopping down at Miners. same as it is in this immediatearea. 11 community and across the nation fare, reported that In Palm Beach
.. in 1963. "A' continuation of the County 7,760 Pepsons were assisted *
, Excellent mail service! That's Corn in the !Lake Regi A.|t- :bringing I The Palm. ,' 'County Vocational present prosperity another tax In the tour categories of public j
the phrase that describes Canal $2.75 per hamper and the yieldIs School announces openings cut, ample mortgage credit-these alllst&nee'tor the month ,ofi, De-
I Point mall service. Last Wednesday low in most areas. Some blame of new classes in electronics. Registrations I factors surest some strengthening I cember, 1904. t
afternoon at 4:30 I mailed a the weather. Other blame the typeof in demand for 'singlefamilyhomes A total of 2223 persons received
letter to Miami, expecting an answer are now being taken ac- Old Assistance in the amount
seed they planted. Celery is constant said Mr. Poston. Age I
l. In a few days. The answer at $2.25. cording to Bill McLean, Director of The savings and loan Institutionalso of $107,334. 123 persons receive..l I
arrived Friday morning at 9 I****** 'Vocational Education. Classes are; reported record annual dlv'- Aid to the Blind, totaling $7,219. I
.. o'clock. A cash customer of tha limited to fifteen. Due to the neej 'dend payments during 1964 totaling !. 1214 families, representing 390) ,
post office couldn't ask for faster Offshore Labor /or higher training in the electronics $8" ,7 3,20. based on a regular children, received Aid to Depend.. I
or finer service than that. field in this community, the dividend rate of 4% percent. ent Children in the amount of $73 I
$ Is Cause Of FireA following classes are scheduled tj 989. 542 persons received Aid to ;
start: the Disabled in the amount of $30,- I
r.Nonpartisan Plan Radio and: Television Repair (Including : : Charter ChangesTo 270.In
Jail trusty who spotted a fire, colored Television). addition 398 children received
For School Board on the second floor of the Belle Electronics 1, basic concepts and Be ConsideredA service during the month 230 of
Glade Jail prevented, major fire D. C circuits, basic physics electrical whom were In! foster homef. The .
in- the city:Jail Tuesday afternoon terms and unitsTneasure;de- total stats and local:coat.lcg the-w .:
';' _" State Senator Jerry TbfznM when 16':disgruntled of ibor :Jab- .yjoes,. Kjrcnoff..Jatrinductance public he ring>>_UJ M? field Child ....elt.Nl.J.airle3ya> *!*.. ''
',;announced that he'.win seek legislation orers set fir to'a mattress iade-: capecitance/shop ractictripvl January 25 at:"whfch'time :re ohv.mendations .074J9. "': ', ; "
!f\ to amend the state law:.to tention,cell,. theory :" *< for Changes'in tits Pa- 'Where were: 8 adoption petitions.. '
elect school board memo: *.*_ .. 31* .sea: &Turs were awaiting Electronics: HI. vacuum tube 'and hokee city charter will be discussed. studied for the Circuit Court. These : _::.
nonpartisan MsU, Senator Thorns transportation Dade County to semi-conductor fundamentals, <1(. The decision to hold the public are children placed In homes independent "-
said that M percent of the nation be sent back to Barbados for violation odes, triodes, vacuum tube construction meeting at the next council meeting of service through a licensed
elects school board members on of their labor contracts. and static characteristic, was made to allow plenty of child placing agency, an4
? nonpartisan ballots. .. multlsection and special purpose time for the legislative delegation the Welfare Board is responsible ,
t. If the proposed legislation is not ENTERTAIN GUESTS tubes, interpreting specificationsfor to recommend changes. according to law to make these re-
=: passed during this session, he win Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Hundley entertained vacuum tubes and semi-con ports to the court.
r ., consider Initiating it on a local bill Saturday evening In hon ductors. OFIOER"JSITOflH Palm Beach County Is also rep- I
i which will,affect, only Palm Beach or of her guests Mr.and Mrs. Harold Instrumentation, directed for Industrial Mrs J. E. Carter of Jacksonville resented on the District Ten Welfare j',
l County. W. Friend of Wichita Kansas application repair and calibration .is the house guest of her Board by J. F. Thomas. Jr,
i .. and Mr. and Mrs. Rolley King of of electronic and pressu'? brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and Weest Palm Beach J. T. McMur "
, HOME FROM HOSPITAL Wellington, Kansas. During the equipment, temperature indicator, ITrs. M. D. Geigen Other recent rain Delray Beach Mrs. Wild*
', Cecil HaD Is able to' be back evening recognition was given and data recording equipment, vlbrat. .guests of the Celgers have been Tufts, Lantana and Mrs. Marion
k C' hope from Everglades Memorial birthday cake served'to O. B. Me- or analysis. strain gage application her brother and sister-in-law, Mr. Bleech of Pahokeee.
hospital In Pahokee following an Clure who was celebrating his 79th feed velocity measurement and Mrs. T. W. Griffith of Winter A. .
attack several days ago. At first I birthday and Miss Lynda Keen Transistors, accurate analysis. Haven and her niece and nephewMr HAS HEART ATTACK
It was thought that he had suffered who wu celebrating-14th birthlay. 'Continued on Page 8) and Mrs. Car! Griffith of Ft Gilbert If. Harrington, who suffered
a heart attack buVexaminatlons << ,..- I' Meade.ILLNES3. a heart attack about tw
flowed something different and fr ATTEND fF.ETlXO weeks ago .Is improving slowly U
.: not quite that severe. HOME FROM JACKSONVILLE Rev"; Lawrence Stewart and J. 0 IN GEORGIA Everglade Memorial hospital. He
\ Bandmaster and Mrs. Robert O. Weeks attended the meeting of the I i Mr. and Mrs. Walter BoatwrigM has been able to sit up a little during
A. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Stokes had Lampl! returned home Sunday Palm Lake Association at the First left this week for Swalnsboro. Ca., the past lew days.
1 M their house guests for the past from Jacksonville: where Mr.Lamp Baptist Church in West Palm here they were called by the illness -I 1 .lduson
two weeks her parents. ),fro and attended the Florida Music Educator Brsch Monday, night for the purpose I of his brother. They were ac- I Mrs. Leonard returned
Mrs. Leon Smith and Mrs., Harry Clinic and the executive board of considering a program by compsnled by Mrs. J. C. Hooks] to her home following minor
Steen and Mrs., Mary Rogers an yt meeting of the Florida Bandmasters j I which to raise fund of the new who plans to visit with her sisters surgery 'at Lakeland General Hospital .
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been started, but: Pahokee PTA 'in
have not
the Central and Southern Florida program
Flood Control District's headquarters the commissioners find short.themselves Commissioners i Regular Meeting
in West Palm Beach. 3 to 3.5 million dollars -
County Commissioners Monday said they will work of au on Following an executive, board
informally established ahigh-i I' a plan to finance completion I meeting at 7:30 p. m. the Pahokee
priority"/ list of roads that will the projects. PTA met in the high school audi-
be built first with the remainder of I torium. Dr. R. C. Lane, president,
the money from the |15 million i I presided. Room count was awardedto
road bond Issue. Chairman Named Mrs. Judy Fowler's first grad

I On top of the priority list art For Valentine Dance I and Mr. Threlkeld' 8th grade. The
South Military Trail, OkeechobeeRoad program "The need of modem
Chase Street Extension in I II Mathematics" was presented by
West Palm Beach and part of Port The XI Alpha Mu chapter of Kyle Scott and included a panel
Road, which will link Bee Line:I Beta Sigma Phi met at the homeof I I discussion by Mrs. C. G. Willis
The Rardin Highway with U. S. Highway l' Mrs. Wilma Alley with Mrs. Mrs. Kyle Scott Mrs. A' R. Har
Building In Canal Point Florida
eventually.The Imogene Scott co-hostess Thursday rington and Lee Kahle.
THE LAKE OKEECHOBEE REGION HOME OP part that will be done first, night January 7. Presideent .
commissioners agreed will be the Evelyn Lair presided.Mrs. .
THE EVERGLADES NEWS stretch from Military Trail to Old Joan Tucker was named as Valentine Dance
Dixie In Riviera Beach. chairman of the Valentine dance to
Serving the Lake Okeechobee Farming Region Without Commissioners made their selections replace Mrs. Nina Hatton who was Discussed By GroupMrs.
Interruption Every Week for 40 Years at an administrative meet- extended a year's leave of absence. ,
Established: March 11. 192 Published Every Friday ing following the regular meeting. Mrs. Tucker gave further plans Lee Shirley was hostess to
Subscription Price The priority list became necessary and details of the Valentine dance
$2.00 Year In AdvanceThe the XI Beta Tau chapter i Beta
when commissioners found themselves February 13. II
Bverglades News! Entered at the Post OfficeIn facing a shortage of road Mrs. Margie Mock, social chair- Sigma Phi sorority for their January -
Canal'Point, Florida, as Second Class Matter construction money. man announced the next social "To meeting. The upcoming Val-
,Paul Rardin Some of the original projects under Tell The Truth" will be at the homeof I tine dance was discussed and the
Owner, Editor, Publisher reminded that
chapter was they an!
the $15 million road building Mrs. Eva Spooner on January
., package will be trimmed becauseof 21. Mrs. Kay Sears presented the In charge of preparations for
rising cost of construction, program on Interior decorations,I crowning the queen. Mrs. R. C.
Here Is What Transpired At Monday'sMeeting which have averaged more than 30 walls, floors and windows. The I Lane presented they program "Nu-
Of The Palm Beach per cent above originally antici- next meeting will be Feb. 4 in the I trition and Meal Planning". The
pated costs. home of Mrs. Grace Maxson with February meeting will be at the
Eleven of the 28 projects in the Mrs. Lavinia Parker, co-hostess. I home of Mrs. Lola White.
County Commission

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County oommtsaloners adopted the scheme will be held January 21
a resolution Monday requesting the by the Corps of Engineers.The .
U. S. Army Corps of Engineers county commission resolu- fLNLflIrrt
make sure a proposed tap of to'I'I tion, passed at Weaver's"" urging, : 1 sri
Okeechobee will not Jeopardize the says' Palm Beach County agriculture -
county's water supplies. Is dependent on abundance of i
New Commissioner E. W, Weaver -: water. Continued agricultural prosperity : Phone 9245511Pahokee Phone WY 6-2550. Belle Glade X
voiced concern tha the proposed is essential to balance the

from canal,the which Lake would to the pump Everglades water economy Even the, It says.Corps of Engineers I + SALES and SERVICE .f"

National Park during droughts, Weaver said is not eager to push I y v:
Heating Air Conditioning Appliances >
might a water shortage la the lake-drain plan. f
Palm Beach County.
Glades-area farmers are upset he"The said.whole"Even thing before Is the Irregualr coming,!" .).>.>.. :. <..4>.J..:.4M* $*.J.*J..*.*:..***J...: .*.*J..:..:..:..:..:..>.>.:..<...) ...: ...>.)

about the plan, and condemned It of man, ''the area of the national __ e ___ __ ___ _,_ __ __.___ ._______
last week In a formal statement of
park was often dry when rainfallwas
their views. The U. S. Departmentof low. And we have not had an'' '
Interior originated the plan.It average rainfall for five years." lor bigger profits in 65.
would drain water from Lake The commission authorized
Okeechobee by way of a canal west Weaver to be Its representative at t.
of Clewlston. A public hearing on the public hearing, to be held :it ,' "!1f'. .
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Treasury explains why the new ones you. buy and the ones

you own now are better than ever

QHow docs the new 3%% Interest rate benefit me? check: every six months for the life of the Bond. ,
A: With Series E Bonds, the rate turns $18.75 into You buy E Bonds at 75% of,face value and the
$25.00 fourteen months faster than the old rate. interest accumulates to maturity. Bonds provide ",
Your savings increase faster, because your Bonds income for living expenses, while E Bonds build a
mature in just 7 years, 9 months. nest egg for the future. Inat's why many retired :

With Series H Bonds, the 10-year maturity period ,people education buy and E Do families d. saving for; say.achild's
t but interest is each
stays the same more paid you
six months.With both E and H Bonds the'new,rate Q: In what denomination can I buy series E and series

works out to 2 H%for,the first year and half; thena H Bonds? ,I ..
guaranteed 4% each year to maturity. cost $50 cost $37.50) $100 "
At E Bonds: $25 ( $18.75), ( ), '' '
'o{, Q:When did the new rate become effective (cost $75.00), $200 (cost.$150.00), $500 .

A: June 1, 1959. (cert $375.00), $1,000 (cost $750.00),
$10,000 (cost 7500.00). ; :
Q:Doer the new rate change the Bonds I bought be H Bonds: $500, $1,000, $5)000 and $10,000. They ,t I ..

fore June 1, 1959 are priced at face,value.
A:All older E and H Bonds pay more new-an extra '
Qt How safe U.S. Savings Bonds?
*A% from now on, when held'to maturity.The increase are '
takes effect in the first full interest period At Savings Bonds are an absolutely risklees way to ,
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the Cash value of your Bond*will not drop, that is I ',.
',',,. Q:Will the Bonds I own automatically earn their new can only grow, 5''l

rate? 0s What If my Bonds should be lost, stolen or d.. ''\w w .
As Yes.,You don't need to do a this><-just hold on to troyed? :
your Bonds. "
At You can't loae. Every Bond purchased Is recorded j
Q:Whey mature, will they keep>> oa cam '
by the Treasury. If anything !1appeDI to 7OUI' 1 y
ing molest? Bonds they are replaced-free.Qt ', ,

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into'effect along.with she new interest rate. Tbt* '\
meaDl1OU1"" BJfcma wm automaUaIq bop eua- At BuyBBosidaatanybank-Utalceaoolyafewmhvaa :: ,
C ing interest after maturity.Q Boy tham.automatically through the Payroll '
Bering Plan wheta you work.This Plan meant you '
With the interest should I cilia >fa old .
: new ate, ter can harVTany; : amount you DIme automatically;de*
,W Bonds and'btrjmtw ones? doetad. ,every jpayday. The Bonds ,you 'toy by ,\,'..

Af No Tbs automata,! %'Increase malm tt enneoeasary manta*I,delivered to you autoKoaticalhr, ; \r:
too. Your bank wi& take order for H.Bonos, ,
: -and in almost arary: Bonds to your advantage your .
I to retain:yonr'pareaent Cb How do I'fcelp streng hea Amexka'a peace power I
',' fib How are tdatf H Bonds different from &* B .who I bey-U.S.'Savtaga Bond? ,

Bond? At Peace coata.--_money for military strength ,
At The chief: Moreno Ja this You boy: H Bond.at and tat adeoca.,And money cared by ukuridcutii.,
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sorority with Mrs. Jill- Pitts, president .:'-Maid Co, and will continue In this I many other.such: exhibits. '.,
I PERSONAL[ NOTES I presiding. Mrs. Dorthy I capacity with Minute Maid Members 'Capt.. Gray helped design and.
f. NEWS 1 1'Mrs. Buckner announced thai the Joe I of the Council of 100 serve create the Seaquarium. Clark linebeen
,, Sigmond band will play for the annual I without remuneration. general manager since 1960
Valentine Ball to be held in I I The council was conceived in when it was purchased by Wo
'I I the ball room of the Pahokee Elk. 1961 by Gov. Farris Bryant to promote metco Enterprises. '_
'<* Julia Fraser, mother of assisted by her mother-in-law, Mrs.I Club on Feb. 13. encourage, develop and assist As consultants the two will work
liike Fraser Is reported to be improving Becky Wood' I I Mrs. Buckner also reported that In the educational, spiritual, with William Hagen acting director
: from a serious Illness Mr. and 'Mrs. William McClenl- I a pledge training meeting was social economic and industrial de of the, Center William Bryan
which) has her confined at Morton than returned Sunday from a visit held at the home of Miss Alice: velopment of Florida. Its membersare and Craig Phillips, aquarist of the
)F\"'. Plant Hospital the In Clearwater. with relatives in St. Petersburgand .I I Hurt on January 7. It was decided all outstanding representativesof Center and formerly curator of the.
( Attending conference in'Orlando Baptist vEyangeifetic Tampa. that the social for the month will industry business, commerce, Seaquarium. ,
Thursdalof Tuesday Mrs. Edna T. Barrett has leased be held at the Carling,House Restaurant religion, education and public wel ,
through this weekwere
her home and moved to West Palm on January 23 In West fare.
Rev. and Mrs. ;Lawrence Beach.Mrs. Barrett has been a resident Palm Beach.Council. Mlly'IIMIIMI1Y)11WI&.v..IIMIMliy"'II.\1.11[
Stewart, Mrs. R. T. Smith and .
of Canal Point since 1913
Mrs. Paul Rardin. Fisheries Center To
when the came here from Sarasota. Of 100 HeadWillBeB.H.Oehlert
Mrs. Annette McCurdy left Saturday *
I Mrs. Albert TerHaar and daughter Get Technical Help PRINCE THEATRE
for Ti6 all, Ga., to be with
Marsha have returned to their
her father H. C. Norman who 1?
seriously ill. home in Hudsonville, Mich., following MIAMI-Burton ,Clark, general PAHOKEE, FLA.
Mrs. Frank Tillis and her father several days visit with her son ORLANDO-orlando citrus executive manager of the Miami Seaquarium,
iJ1-law, Wiley Tillis visited Mr*. and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin H. Oehlert, Jr,I and Capt. Bill Gray, director of TUESDAY
Wiley Tillis in Lakeland Monday recently selected by Gov. Haydon, collections and exhibits, have
where she is a patient at Watson. Mrs. H. J. Anderson has returned Burns to serve as chairman of the I I agreed to give their services as advisors JANUARY 111319"ROUSTABOUT"
Clinic. to her home following a two Florida Council of 100, has announced ,
week stay in Everglades Memorial in the planning of the new
Mr. and Mrs. Claude Shirley had his Intention to appoint:I
as their recent overnight guests, Hospital. ... .. I I Col. Stanley I. Hand, USAF (ret.) :I $10 million National Fisheries.
Mrs. 'Theresa Hitchcock of Continental > I j to the post of executive director of Center and Aquarium that will ba ELVIS PRESLEY, BARBARA
Ohio and her son.lob Hitchcock Band Is EngagedFor the council. built in Washington D. C. i STANWYCK, AND JOAN
of Lima Ohio; ', :D Col.: Hand succeeds Howard Anderson The Center will be built on an
1 Valentine BallThe of St. island in the Potomac River and it: FREEMANIN
Mr. and Mrs. M. P.,Stanley{ have Petersburg who served
returned from a week-?nd visit in as executive director under Raleigh is expected that three million people ( COLOR)
Trenton, Fla., where'they'attended home' of Mrs. Milton Doug Greene, council chairman will visit the park each year.
the golden anniversary .and open las was the scene of the January during the Bryant administration. The exhibition will include a dolphin .
house of Mr .and Mrs. A. B. Fletch meeting of the Phi Gamma Mu Oehlert Is president of Minute I I I pool, a living stream and: miII ; ll'Wlil.uII! V.q

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Sprlnghill Kansas and Mrs. Boleria lJntl
Gilson of Ocheltree, Kansas are the ,
house guests this week of Mr. and

Mrs."Saturday George guests B. Ramey.of Mr. and MM.. ]Everglades Federal Savings And

R. J. Maxson were Mr. and Mrs. ;
Joe Beahand and family of Eau
Gallic.. Loan Association of Belle GladeBELLE -
Col. and Mrs. W. S. Evans expectto : \ '
have as their guest this week, : GLADE, FLORIDA
C. E. Livengood of South Bend .
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Ind., who is enroute to Bimini.
Mrs. Guy Wood entertained at : '; '{.. :r: i FINANCIAL STATEMENT
her home with : _
Saturday a birthday ;
party honoring her daughter Ned ... }:, I As Of December 31,1964 .
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Loans on'SavingS Accounts: :. 58, 12.47. .R'v: 0/. '''"''J \

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Improvement' Loans,., p:...;.':.:.'';.:.r:.';'A 01$53.00; :t\1.. :_k'".'...'. ,.".(\It'. ';'.'
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Real Estate Sold on Contract t ** 48,332.12': : '" '", : Loans' i'in !*Process.f\..& .................'..,..... 1,057,831.

Real Estate Owned .........:..!7.... 21,300.70 \:''., ,t t .

v Cash and. Investments)Ii..:J V.":..to*!';" Other I Liabilities .....................:.. 5,171.28
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Loan Bank Stock ..........,.... 240,000.00 4 ". Estimated 1 Federal} Income Tax.. 55,000.15Deferred '
U. S. Government '

:: Obligations ........................ 825,705.39 Credits ......._............. 61,734.85

CO Other Investment Securities. 103 125J)0 :. ,. ..: : "
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f! Cash on Hand. &" in Banks. ".. ... .' },1,314,512.20,; Federal .,.I.....,... Pc'1:' ...,,..

: Office Building( & ,. Insurance .... .$987,143.581- \ .4

&etff8101Gn I Illl'ltlf Equipment (Net)' ... .......: ... 225,057.52 :' ; ,.:

Property Held forlAihirerEuXpansiort Contingencies 827,097.05. 1,815,141.53
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Six The Everglade News, Canal Point, Florida 33438 Friday, January 15,1963
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Holy Nativity First Baptist St Mary's Catholic I

...' Episcopal Church Church, Canal PointElder ChurchFather

'. Paholcee- R. E. Bart ield Francis Fennech Pastor iiI ,

Rev. L. Leasing Vicar SUNDAY: Sunday Mass11:30 a. m.
: SUNDAY: 9:45 a. m.-Sunday School Confessions before Mass : I
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10 a. m.-Sunday School 11:00 a. m.-Morning Worship.
'- 11:00 a. m.-Worship Service 6:30 p. m.-B. 'I, C. The Pahokee ChurchOf I '
7:30 p. m.-Evening Worship.
TUESDAYS: The Nazarene
First Methodist 7:30: p. m.-Choir practice.

Church Pahokee WEDNESDAY: I Rev. WlliardKilpatrlck
7:30 p. m.:-Midweek Prayer 433 Bacom, Point Rd.
Service. Phone 924-7528 P. O. Box 882
John A. Bnley, Pastor 'THURSDAY-:-Every other week I SUNDAY SERVICES:
7:30 p. m.-Ladies Auxiliary 9.45: : a. m.-Sunday School
9.45 a. m.-Church School
Meeting. 11:00 a. m.-Sunday Worship
11:00 a. m.-Morning Worship .
6:30: p. m.--Juniors
6:45 p. m.MYF Glades Baptist Church 7:00 p. m.-Sunday Evening
7:45 p. m.Evening Worship Evangelistic Service
7:00 m.-Vesper Choir (Rer.Jonathan L. Wolf) WEDNESDAY:
p. pnwr I Ii
UceWEDNESDAY Meets in Pahokee Lions Club 7:30: p. m.-Midweek Prayer

: Building. ( meeting. II i
7:45 p. m.Mid-week devotions SUNDAY SCHOOL 9.45: a. m. "Where you are a ,stranger but
PREACHING-11:00 a. m. and once"Patterson
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8:30 p. m.Senior Choir practice p.
I SUNDAY B. Y. P.6:30: p. m. Circle In I I

WED. PRAYER-7:30: p. m.
... Regular Meeting

First Baptist Canal Point
."Identifying the Ifsues" was the p
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Baptist Church topic of the lone Patterson circle
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afternoon. The
Cutbrle W. Colvard, Pastor. Lawrence Stewart, Pastor program Monday
at tha
program was 'presented
: home of Mrs. M. C. Carter by Mrs
945; a. m.Sunday School 9.45: a. m.-Sunday School A.H Scruggs who was assisted by I I
11:00 a. m.-Morning Worship .
11:00: a. m.Morning Worship S. Evans, ; ".
Mrs. Alma Nail, Mrs. W
6:00: p. m-Evening Worship 6:30: p. to.-Training Union Mrs. Frank O'Connell, :Mrs. :M. F. : < ,
6:45: m.-TrainIng Union R1 14' I
p. 7:30 ;
: p. m-Evening Worship 1IiJ"
WEDNESDAY: WEDNESDAY George and Mrs. J. E. Williams. ., i > '
7:30 p. m.Prayer Service 7.30 : Mrs. J. L. McCall, circle presi- ; r ,
p m.-Prayer. Meeting dent, presided at the business
meeting and Mrs. W S.Evans gave
The Church Of God South Side Church the opening prayer. The February Mrs. John A.Dulany was licensed to preach Sunday morning at the

Of Prophecy Pahokee'Canal Of Christ meeting will be held at the homeof regular church service of the Community Methodist Church In Belle
Mrs. Frank O'Connell with Mr. Glade. The ceremony consisted of "Laying on of Hands," by the pastor,
Point Road Belle Glade from C. B. Jones In charge of the pro Rev. W R. Boland and the presentation of Preacher's License of the
ss Methodist Church. Mrs. Rhoda Shive, mother of :Mrs. Dulany, and Mr.
John H. KInard, pastor Bowling Alley on Rd. 80 gram. .. Dulany stood at Mrs. Dulany's side near the altar during the ceremony
10:00 a. m.-Sunday School .0:00: a. m.Bible Study
Mrs. Sadie Barwick of, Miami Ls '
11:00: a. m.Preaching Service 1:00 a. m.-Sermon
7:45: p. Evangelistic Service '6:30 p. m.-Evening: Service the house guest of her; brother-in- Miss Mattie Bain, house guest of Mrs. Viola Cross of Jacksonvilleis
'8:00: p. m. Tuesday-VIB. 6:30 p. m.-Wed Bible Study law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. RupJ J Mr. and Mrs. Paul Rardin is I the house guest this week of her

8:00: p. m. Thursday-W.M.B. A' \ert Mock. .spending the week in Melbourne. niece, Mrs Alma Nall. 0

Everyone welcome. Special music St. Peter's Lutheran .
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Phone WY 6-3867 Divine Service 11 A. M. ,, .

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7:30 p. m.-Bible Study
Pahokee Fia. ,
A. L. Stone, Minister I .. .. '
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Canal Point, Florida, 9:45: a. m.-Sunday School f '! A u:1' I
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11:00N: g Worship ( :; '\ ; ..
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9:45: a. m.-Sunday School :

1 11:00: a. m.-Morning Worship 7:30 p. mv-Prayer Service' ." .:: .. ., controls most Florida
6:00: p. m.-Evening Worship THURSDAY. : \ r j* ,.
TUESDAY: 7:30 p. RU Youth. for Christ ;
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I Diazinon* msectfcTde() is, the only You too use Diazinon through

i Are regularly held at the Glades_ Livestock}"Marketf product you need to control rnost out the seasons. And close to harvest

of the major insects of Florida ,. without residue problems.

1 j You'll enjoy the excellent service you receive herein vegetable crops. Here's the kind of So take advantage of the beneA"moneyinthebank"programthat ,

at this Market. We make ; effort at all times. to fits of superior vegetable foliar insect ', I

'z give Diazinon can provide: control with Diazinon. Order
an outstanding serviceus to buyer and seller": Give
a trial. I Diazinon simplifies your spray. dependable Diazinon SOW wet-
program. It reduces the need to table powder, or Diazinon AGSOO
I II several different insecticides. emulsifiable
use concentrate, from
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You spray you spray your supplier today.

f'4 21 Diazinon. So you save time and Geigy Agricultural Chemicals,
: 1r SALES EVERY MC>NDAY AT 1 p. m. money. Division of Geigy Chemical Corporation

'f You kill insects quickly with Ardsley, New York:

Diazinon.And the"staying power"of

,' Glades Lives lock Market Diazinon provides outstanding ;

control of problem insects like MOCMGeigy

On Pahokee-Bel]le Glade RoadWk. aphids, Southern armyworms and .CMMW W CMMKM1 KM : f

\\, Phone '{ 6-3028 leaf t'miners for a long time. DiazinonPale

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Vocational Class Yourself I home of Mrs. M. P. Stanley.At .

Is Program Theme Of Program the Lottie Moon circle; which
I (Continued From Page 1) met at the home of Mrs. Joe E

and /application." Explanation of I Members of the Beta Omicron I "Spiritual Goals for The New Thompson, the program was pr-'
lOUd; state, circultory as used in i ;: Year' was the title Of the program. aented by Mrs. L. M. Mullis who
I chapter met with Sally Mayo BIRTHS .., .
I computers and' industrial electric on January 7, with president Mrs. i presented to the young matrons .was assisted by Mrs. Thompson,
equipment and data tapes, etc. Plans the Young Adults 'department" of Mrs. W. A.Keene, and Mrs. Marvin
i Rita Faye Hooks presiding. I
I : McLean believes a man call social to be held 1, Pahokee First Baptist Church by Crady Mrs. W. A. Stevens pre-
I were made for a Mr. and Mrs. Robert ee Pitts of
I Mt full life by doing what he Saturday, I I the class president, Mrs. J. D. sided in the 'absence of the presI-
I at Barlow's Camp Mr. and Mrs. Robert Lee Pitts of ,
e capacity to do. Pain j Douglas. dent, Mrs. F. G. Gillis.
16. Mrs. Sheila Ames is In 15
January a daughter, Lora Lee, born Dec. ,
I Beach County Vocational School I I Mrs. Douglas presented to the Mrs. Edward Culberson was
trains, Or retrains for employmentand charge. of Hooks arrangements.Mrs. announced that the Mr. and Mrs. Nolan Dewaln Allen class a fourfold goal for the monthof hostess to the Faye Taylor circle

upgrading in employment. cook books are now on of Belle Glade announce the I January assisted by the members with Mrs. L. E. Sullivan leading in
These classes be- chapters birth of a son, Paul Rand_l, born
constantly discussion
are sale at a $1.25. These books may be I I who read scripture verses.The a group of the program.
ing expanded in Office and Distributive purchased through the members or Dec. 15. fellowship and social period The community mission for the
\ ,Occupations, Home EC, Trade by calling Mrs. Hooks at 924-5446. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Martin I. was introduced by vice president, month will be supplying magazines
y and Industrial classes. We invite The program entitled "Express Wells of Port Salerno, announce Mrs. Lee Shirley with the emphasison to the Glades Correctional Insti
i people to come for free employment Yourself" was presented by Mrs. the? birth of a son, Anthony Leon i[ Christian fruit bearing. Refreshments tution. Mrs. Ralph Crews will be
training. Instructors are well Hooks. Following the meeting the born Dec. 17. were served by Mrs. hostess to the group at their Feb-
qualified, and those who teach group moved to another room of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Edward: I I Gene Gore assisted by Mrs. .L. E. ruary meeting.The .
night classes are actively employed the house that had been decoratedin I' Strickland of Pahokee announcethe I Sullivan. Grace Jernigan circle usedas
during the day in local Indus pastel colors with a baby theme I birth of a, daughter Kimberly their program the W. M. U.

ries. a. and Mrs. Kay Korbly was given a'' Ann, born Dec. 23. Four Circles Hold general meeting topic for this
surprise baby shower. Mrs. Lewis I Mr. and Mrs. John Powers Hunter month "Christ for the Cubans"
CIRCLE MEETING Friend was a guest. The February of Belle Glade, announce the Regular MeetingsThe with Mrs. W. M. Dubose in charge
The Simonson Lair circle of the I
meeting will be held at the home of birth of a son John Christopher assisted by Mrs. Ralph Grimes
Pahokee W. S. C. S. will meet Mon- Mrs. Betty McCoy with Mrs. Kor- born Dec. 27. January WMU program"Identifying Mrs. Robert Douthit and Mrs. J. R.

day, Jan. 18, at 3 p. m., at the bly in charge of the program. J Mr. and Mrs. Charles W. Pell of The Issuesf' was presented Walters. The* meeting, which was
home of Mrs. O. B. McClure. Mrs. .4. to Pahokee WMU membersin held at the home of Mrs. H. C.

Arch Blakey and Mrs. J. L. Reeves TO PLAY SOLO I i' Pahokee,, announce Kathryn the Marie birth, born of a their .circle meetings Tuesday. Grimes, was presided over by the
will present i the. .program.Mrs. Robert O. "Buddy" Lamp II, Dec. 27. I I Mrs Lewis Pope, Palm Beach chairman. Mrs. Mary Hammond.
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son of Mr. and Mrs. R. O. Lampi I County Juvenile officer in the .
R. J. Maxson has returnedto has been selected to play solo I Mr. and Mrs. Robert Andrew I Glades area, spoke to members of NEW MOORE IIAVEN"[ BANK

her'home from Everglades Me- trombone- the University of Miami Fontaine of Belle Glade announce I the Betty Mills circle at the home Plans call for establishing a new
the birth of Robert Andrew
a son
morial Hospital where she had touring band which will begin I'I born Dec. 29. of Mrs. Lee Wroten. I National bank in Moore Haven
been,a patient for several days. in Key West on January 21 and Jr., Introduced by Mrs. Lee Shirley,' within the next few months. Folksin
will close on January 31 in Clewis- Mr. and Mrs. Franklin Daniel Mrs. Pope presented the issues involved that city must necessarily go to
-. -. -- - ton. Rasmondo of South Bay announcethe in her work with juvenllcj. Clewlston or Fort Myers to do
birth of a son, Jesse Daniel, In a period of question and answer, their banking business.
'\ MARYLAND VISITORSDr. '' born Dec. 30. the group was informed of the .
Classified Ads and.Mrs. W. C. Young have Mr. and Mrs. Howard Richard I many charges that may be place Mr. and MrsT Lon Wilson recently -

visitors at their Port Mayaca home. Douglas of Pahokee, announce the 'against these young people and I returned from Cuthbert, Ga.,
FOft:RENT: Two Furnished apart- George W. Mitchell, father of MM. birth of a son. Howard Richard, were asked how they thought delinquency where they accompanied theIr'
:;roents. One. equipped with ehower Young and her sister Mrs. Chariot I Jr., born Dec. 31. in Pahokee might be daughter, Miss Linda Wilson to
'bath and Separate beds, for two Ely and Mr. Ely and her brother, Mr. and Mrs. William Frank M:- curbed. Andrew College. Miss Connie Sin-
t 1 men.; Utilities! l included $17.00 perweek. I John WinfIeld of Aberdeen, Maryland ,Mullen]] of Pahokee announce the Following the program Mrs. J. gletary traveled to Tallahassee
One apartment large and I are enjoying typical Florida : birth of a son, Timothy Randeil H. Wilkinson president, presidedat with them to resume her studies at
roomy with tub bath, 1 bedroom : weather at the Young home. I I born Dec.. 31. the business meeting. The Feb- F. S. U.
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or more adults. TV antenna furnJ -
J ished. ,See Mrs. W. P. Pope at
L Pope's Nursery in Canal Point.

\ POSITIVELY all want ads or -
Discover the the J.
! classifieds as you wish to call difference in .
them are payable in advance from
his day forward. Don't phone 'em
Write it and drop a dollar bill in '.
the envelop if you want it run' 65Ch >1 )Vf\0t Q (As different from oilier cars
t once. $2 if you want it run twice VI IflUld
L' and so on.A'UAT'S as hey are fioni cite h oilier)

J t IN TIlE ATTIO that you
don't need? A $1.00 classified ad
1 ,n this column will probably find w.q.
I you a sale. Just Write your ad, en- !
'Jose a dollar]] and we'll do the rest.

j Fla.The Everglades News, Canal Point.

REPAIR Service in Clewiston
I South Bay, Belle Glade Pahokee
and, Canal Point. Serving the
1 Glades for, 20 years' Phone 9248626. -
H. L. Pitts, old Belle Glade
1 road. St. Oct. 16-ch.tt

i Style"Meals. Inquire Shell Service bmlt.Chtrrolet Impala Sport Coupe
I Station, Canal Point or Call 921- CUEWlOLET-As roomy a car as Chevrolet's

\! .7238 or 924-9403. N20tfC. When you take in everything, there's more room inside moved forward to give you more foot room. So, besides
I FOR SALE: New and Used Willys- this car than in any Chevrolet as far back as they go. It's the way a '65 Chevrolet looks and rides, we now have
f Jeeps Walter Ashley's Garagein wider this year and the attractively curved windows help one more reason to ask you: What do you get by paying
I Belle Glade, Phone 63058. to give you more shoulder room. The engine's been more for a car:--except bigger monthly payments?
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' '. h"" rja Would (consider
, '"" late mMel mobile honv.Boyd .
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I1, \<, ',completed, enlistment in military .
service as aviation mechanic and -
'desire employment In mechanical -
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,or other field with opportunity for --;..:: S .:7' /'
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advancement Graduate of Paho- -" .
kee high ,school, one year college, I -- i.ii i"
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age 23 married one child. Will be
In,Pahokee by January 20. Boyd T. Corrair Con Sport Corps ,. J

;Vorhees. Jr., 3C3 N. Juniper Ave., COnmJR-The only rear engine American car made. -
< Pahokee, Phone 924-4851. J22pd
You should read what the automotive magazines say can touch its styling. They say if ;you haven't driven a
1IELP WANTED: Male, age 25-45 about the '65 Cpryair. They're wild aboUt its ride.They new Corvair Corsa with a 180-hp( Six Turbo-Chaaaarged
for a Life Insurance debit. Old think there's nothing else this side of the Atlantic that you just don't know what you're missing. '
: company. Starting salary 95.00: a '
week, See O. Upthegrove, assistant Drive something really new-discover the difference at your Chevrolet dealer's
manager 1st Street in Canal '
CIcl'rolcl.ClelY11e. Chetyjll* Corvair Corvette
Point or call 924-5783. J15?

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I 832.5669 ,, "," 164 Lake Ave. Pahokee, Fla. Phone 924-5593
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