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: January 22, 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
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Succeeded by: Glades observer
Succeeded by: Everglades observer

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Around The Glades; Farm Bureau Bldg.The HospitalTo

(By Paul Eardin) New Bank Director
business offices of the Sweet Be Laid Saturday Feb. 6
Corn Advisory Committee and Ex ,
Sucrose 12.7 and tonnage 75 tons At the January meeting of the change have been moved from

to the acre. That's a fair yield of stockholders of the Bank of Paho Unity Farms in Pahokee to the I
I kee a new name was added to the Farm Bureau Bull lng at the Intersection Smyly Is Speaker Masons of the PahokeeCanalPoint
cane cut this week by one of I
list of directors-that of H. Kenneth of U. S. 441 and Hooker Canal Point Union community will be In chargeof
Pahokee's growers. To save an:. Mclntoeh Other directors of Highway Just north of Belle Glade. the cornerstone laving for the
argument it Isn't the highest sucrose the oldest bank in Palm Beach I. I new Everglades Memorial Hospitalon
Rev. C. J. Smyly of Jacksonville -
content, neither is it the county are: Lewis Friend, RobertL. Saturday afternoon, February
highest tonnage of the year but it Earnest E. F. Mcllwaln, JuliusT. Power Company State Training Union Direct 6, at two o'clock according to S. J.
Moon. Rupert Mock and Mrs of of the Florida Baptist Convention Baggett secretary of Everglades
is pretty good. The frost Monday; Masonic Lodge, No. 211 F&AM.
Martha McIntosh. Reduce Its Rates was guest speaker at the
morning damaged the cane to a As a result of the annual meet monthly Training Union Council The new hospital to be completedIn
certain extent but to tell how ing Julius T. Moon came up with] June, is being erected at a cost
Supper meeting of the Canal Point
much is impossible at this time. another title to add to his vlc'president' Curtis Chase, Glades area man- of $1,200,000. Arnold Hughes, Worshipful
Baptist Church Wednesday night. Master of the Lodge will be
title that of cashier
Some of the cane far out from the ager for the Florida Power and
E. F. }Mcllwaln for many years He was introduced by Raymond in charge of the ceremony .
waters of Lake Okeechobeewas Light Company, issued the follow I Director
warm cashier of the popular financial institution Martin, Training Union Past Grand Master of Florida
damaged much more than that retired several months ing statement in regard to rate' who was in charge of the meeting.Growers Judge John T Rose of Punta Gorda

growing here on the shores of the ago and his spot is now filled by; reduction: .. .. will be In attendance for the spew .

big body of water. The Okeelantaarea Mr. Moon. Assistant cashiers are I I "Upon receipt of the Order of the lal ceremony local officials<< said !
had of 17 for Frank E. Gillls, Karl F. Bennett I t Florida Public Utilities Commission Alton Jones and C. R. Wethering
a temperature To
Other and Marvin Crady. Martha M. McIntosh calling for a rate reduction to Object ton, past Worshipful Masters, are
six hours. That's rough.
Assistant vice to 1965 working with Mr. Baggett and Mr.Hughes .
that didn't is presidentand pass on our customers the
areas had low readings
help the cane any at all. Early cut Rupert Mock is president. Income tax savings, we immediately I Park Water PlanThere In arranging the programfor
will President Mock said that many initiated plans for working' the afternoon. The complete
ting of the frost nipped cane
in the inquiries had been coming into the out the details and mechanics to program will be announced later,
save it, according to experts
bank about the absence of the-,tim:* put the Commission's Order in ef- was a meeting Wednesdayat they said
field. and, temperature clock which has fect. the Sugarland Park Auditoriumin The new 50-bed facility, should

been absent. since a huge truck "Last year, the Commission's $10 Clewlston where opposition wa be ready for occupancy in June.
As a result of the frost Mondaythe tore It from the front of the bank. million rate reduction order provided strongagainst: the drainage of Hospital Administrator J. C. Sim-

price on remaining vegetables Mr. Mock said that the manufacturer that ,we pass on to our customers -I water from Lake Okeechobee tc) ends, Jr. said the two-story build-
was pushed up higher than the had promised faithfully to the savings resulting from furnish water for the Everglades ing will have more than three

days when supplies were plentiful have the clock back in place hiFebruary I I the 1964 income tax reduction plusan National Park. times the space of the present .
Beans were quoted at Pompano : 1 additional amount bringing the The open meeting war called by building on E. Main Street. _
! this week AI selling Jcr $:i.OO per In addition to the clock"another total rate cut up to $10 million. the U' 8. Corps of Engineers after A copper box holding Importantdocuments -

hamper. The local bean supply has new feature will be added a "Estimated savings from the a request was received from the Including the newspapers
been a minus quantity this week weather center-giving barometric 1905 tax reduction to be passed on Department of the Interior to divert of the day -; will be sealedIn

and prices are unavailable. Cab- pressure, wind velocity, wind direr to our customers will result in a the water from the lake to the the cornerstone.County ,

bage Jumped up from $1.00 to $1.65 ion and rainfall The four dials will I rate cut of approximately J3)j park. Vegetable and cane growers, .. .... -
per bushel and will probably go will be encased in a panel of stainless million. businessmen, politicians and other
higher as the scarcity ts realized. steel and will make every patron "Bills reflecting these savings interested Glades residents filled
Potatoes are still in the high price : of the bank a weather prog- will start going out Just as soon as the auditorium to present reasonswhy Fair Start
column with 100 pound bags! sell- nosticator. the details can be worked out and the lake water should not be
for |8.50. Corn suffered sever ,
ing Commission. used.
approved by the Marked For TodayRecord
damage and thousands of acres ..
were ruined by the frost. The frost Friend Sets Meet

came Monday morning and Tues- will be accommodated -
Frost Kills Corn And crowds
day farmer were busy replantingtheir Crop
83rd annual South
at 'the
is left
field. What little corn Sweet Corn Group
damaged to a certain degree- Florida Fair and Exposition to beheld

was bringing 13.00 Wednesday Lewis Friend chairman of the Other Vegetables In GladesIt 30. Friday January 22 through'

I have a letter from the State Sweet Corn Advisory Committee Eight new octagonal gates improved -

I Road Department in Fort Lauder- said there will be meetings and of both the was cold in the Glades Monday Local Exhibits AtP.B.CountyFair grounds' and enlarged
dale under date of January 14,1965, the Advisory Committee Sweet morning of this week. Sweet grandstand are part of the capital
saying that work will be started on Executive Committee of the 26 at corn and what few green beans improvements effected during lbe-
Larrimore Road "next Monday Corn Exchange on January The there were, fell before the on Summer in preparation for the
week..' My Interpretation of that the Glades Office Building. aught] of the season's coldest 1965 South Florida Fair which will
phrase is that work should get unI meeting will be a routine business morning. Temperatures showed 17 be the biggest Fair ever to be heldIn
25. On meeting and the Advisory Committee The Canal Point 4-H club will
derway Monday January at 20-Mile Bend. 22 at Okeelanta. South Florida at Exposition
win at 10
delay after another has come along meeting begin 26 at Bryant, 22,at the county,barnat have, on exhibit at the South Florida Grounds In West Palm B ach, III
and the latest is that the telephone a. m.. B.Ue Glade and various other :Fair this year three individual 1 In addition to the physical improvements -
;'r-- has cable In the right- .. Fair this will
; company a readings depending on what part of exhibits, Entomology; Nancy Har the year
i:., ;: of-way which must b* moved before the Glades the 'reading was taken. offer many new and diversified
. If Former Pastor In ring ton and Pam Ursry; Vegetables
be started. will
p the work can Corn growers are busy this week features. A Icck-off| parade
this is a fact, as reported, somebody replanting. One fanner was in the Ross Harrington and the be held on Thursday, January 21

.i- in power and authority in the New College TalkThe field with a disc early Monday Dress Revue from the Buttons and at 7:30: p. m. heralding the open-
''f., City of Pahokee should get in morning before the frost had melt- Bows and Rebelettes project clubs. Ing of the Fair which will hold Its
1 touch with the proper folks and see ed and chopped up several acres of ribbon cutting ceremonies at 10 a.
is done and pronto.Of The Revue is to begin at 1 p. m. I
that something guest speaker at the Lions corn that was already frozen. Celery m. on Friday.
Club luncheon meeting on Tuesday suffered from the freeze as did Jan. 23. On Tuesday Jan. 26 at Marching from 12th Street to
Interest to Pahokee folks Is was Rev. Hal Hunter, former other leafy vegetables. 12.18 to 1:15 p. m. will be Demon- I Ilblscus Avenue down Dixie Highway
another paragraph in the letter in pastor of the Pahokee First Baptist Associate County Agent John strations. On Saturday, Jan. 30, at I the bands, color guards, local
regard to construction, of Rardhi Church and preently serving Causey said a check with Glades 1 p. m. there will be a Blue ribbon marching units,,baton twlrlers and
Avenue in Pahokee. The work has as pastor of Northwood Baptist produce growers pointed to extensive Revue at which time rosettes will beauty queens will pass the grandstand -
. been held up for weeks on accountof Church in West Palm Beach. damage to leafy vegetablesand be awarded to each group partici opposite the County Courthouse
the slow manner in which the Rev. Hunter told of the need for to almost all of the corn located pating.All where Mayor Fred O. Easley

. sewerage contractor) Is accomplishing the new school which will be located south of Pahokee. parents should be sure their and officers of the Fair will review

his work. The SRD letter says on 200 acres of land In Palm Causey said the greatest damage children have a ride to these r** the parade.For .
I that "we plan to resume construction -I Beach Gardens, donated by John I occurred to what Is known as "the vues. The leaders can't be responsible the first time at the Fair
on RardIn Avenue as soon as D. MacArthur. The college is planning salad crops." These Include the for transportation for the entire will be the International Olympic
\ the City of Pahokee completes the to launch a fund-raising drive various types of lettuce romaine, club. Circus, a European style one ring
: installation and backfilling of their for $1.3 million to get started. The Boston leaf bibb and iceberg. circus which will feature aerialists -
sewer project" There again somebody peaker said the target date for the Parsley escarole and endive Participants In the Poultry exhibits clowns, performing animals
should take the bull by the opening of the new Florida Baptist were also damaged by the freeze. win be Nancy and Ross Harrington and whip dancers. Another new
horns and get something done. If Junior College has been set for the The lake area was whipped by a Walter Webb and Dicky feature of the Fair of Interest
things don't pick up a little in the fall of 1968.Rev. northwest wind" that blew about Strayer Those participating: In the young and old win be the Aaltl next week or two maybe I can sugg Hunter was Introduced to IT'JC to eirht miles per hour Sun. Livestock exhibit will b* Peggy, Autoland, an exhibition of vintage
r a plan ,of attack for the City the Lions by the pastor of the Pa- day. Monday, there was little wind. Orin and Susan Dlttin,. Larry, cars of many makes 'and yeans,
to use to fet something done. and I hokee First Baptist Church, Rev.) Sugar cane suffered severe damage Walter Allen and Wanda Webb combined with the Barber Shop
done quick. Gutnrie Cohrard. from the freeze. and Dicky Strayer. uartets. -


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Friday, January 22, lOGs
Page Two The Everglades News, Canal Point, Florida 83438 .. .-
'Cane Growers On ATTEND PLAYHOUSE the Palm Beach
Fruit Cake Sales This week Playhouse -

Canal Point VisitA I \ will begin its annual 10 week
season. Planning tq attend from

t M Net Club $380 tour by 39 Louisiana cane! Pahokee and Canal Point will be
i [ Mrs. M. C. Carter, Mr*. W. S.
r grOwers and sugar mill operators i i Evans. Mrs. L. W. Armstrong, Mrs.
The Pahokee Garden club observed concluded in Canal Point
was Don Hlllier, Mrs. Lloyd Hundley,
their annual Arbor Day pro-'' Thursday with a visit to the U. S. ; Mrs. M. P. Stanley, Mrs. Wiley

gram Tuesday morning at the t Dept. of Agriculture sugar crops: Tillla, Mrs. Martha McIntosh, MM.

I home of Mrs. William Plumer. Miss field gtIltion.The I j I Claude Shirley and Mrs. Paul

Cecil Grant, State Tree Chairman, group was taken on a tour Rardin.

of West Palm Beach spoke on by Dr. Leo P. Hebert, head of the I _. .

"Flowering Trees." She was ac- local experiment station. Jack Saceman of Lake Placid

companied to Pahokee by Mrs. Ed- The visitors are members of the was the guest this past weekend of

The Rardin Building In Canal Point Florida ward Henriques, State Landscape American Sugar Cane League. Miss Faith Sasser.
Design Chairman of the State Fed- Lloyd Louden, league agronomist

THE LAKE! OKEECHOBEE REGION HOME OF eration of Garden Clubs.A was in charge of the sixth annual NOTICE OF ANNUAL, MEETINGOF

request la being made to anyone tour. He was accompanied by Nelson LANDOWNERS DRAINAGE DISTRICT OPPAHOKEE

THE EVERGLADES: NEWS 'planting flowering trees In the Fairbanks, economist lor the Notice U hereby given that pursuantto
call of the Board of Supervisor of
past two 'years to contact the clubas organization DISTRICT .
Serving the Lake Okeechobee Fanning Region Without they have been asked by the Upon arriving in Canal Point,I annual PAHOKEE meeting of the landowners tb of

Interruption Every Week for 40 Years Federation to keep a record of the the sugar cane growers and processors -I PAHOKEE DRAINAGE DISTRICT for
the rear 196S will be held at the officeof
Established March 11, 1924 Published Every Friday number of trees planted. were guests of the U. S. said District In the Rardin Building

Subscription Pr ce $2.00 Year In AdvanceThe Mrs. Claude Shirley expressedher Sugar Corp., Clewlston. They spent I Florida at Canal on Point.Monday Palm, February Beach 8.County 1963: at
appreciation to all who boughtthe two days on the west side of Lake t'OO o'clock In the forenoon for Us.
Everglades News Is Entered at the Post Office fruit cakes sold during Decem- Okeechobee Inspecting cane fields. purpose of: .
In Canal Point, Florida, as Second Class Matter the 1. E' ber. Profit from the sales was Wednesday, they visited t rm of three yean.
$380.00. The will be used for Sugar Cane Growers of Florida( 2. Receiving annual reports and
Paul Rardin Owner, Editor, Publisher money taking such action with respect
beautification of the new hospital Cooperative Mill in Belle Glade, thereto as the landowner may
grounds.The the Wedgworth Farms and the At- determine; and

Stetson Choir To Sgt. Hughes Receives group voted to send a letterof lantic Sugar Corp. Mill. 3. Transacting aa may come such before other the meeting business

thanks to the Sodbuatera who The group left Canal Point at BOARD OP SUPERVISORS
helped deliver the cakes. Followingthe noon with plans to visit Daytona DISTRICT
Sing Pahokee Feb. 1 meeting the members enjoyeda Beach, Marineland and Panama President BT: Clarence W. Knecht
VALPARAISO Fla Technical
sandwich luncheon. City on their way home. Publish: January 22, 20, 1965.M. .
Sergeant Henry O. Hughes, son of
The Concert Choir of Stetson Mrs. Jessie Hughes of Bryant has

University will present a sacred been decorated with the U. S. Air ( .&<+&MW<**><**W<*<. liy>tws.>.1 >tyfrisYst aye se f i
music concert at the First Baptist Force Commendation: Medal at

Church, Pahokee, on Monday even- Hurlburt Field Fla. f

Ing, February 1st The Choir,is un He was awarded the medal for

der the direction Professor Harold meritorious achievement during recent -. LLllft

Giffin. joint Air Force-Army training
The public Is Invited to hear this exercises. M

excellent group sing Some other Sergeant Hughes, a food service 1
; Phone 9245511Pahokee Phone WY 6-2550 Belle Glade X
notices have gone out carrying the supervisor with a unit at Hurl- e

date of January 28, which Is Incor- burst, was cited for his outstand } *
rect according to Rev. Guthrie ing efficiency in providing field
i> f>
Colvard. support for the Tactical Air Com-
.y mand component during the ma v Heating Air Conditioning Appliances &

Miss Faith Sasser has returnedto neuvers. The exercises were con-

Atlanta, Ga., where she is employed ducted to evaluate USAF conceptsfor ++( + 4 t > ft> .!#as 1> >t>S t >1>#**.1A a1Aa*M **>< J* ++t
w i >'
4r 1 Y 4 V Y r M 7r t Y tt r' P
at Rich's after spending improving the use of tactical

several weeks with he- mother, alrpower in support of "ground ---, ____ .. __ ._ h __ _. _

:Mrs. Doris Sasser and other rela forces. .

tives. The sergeant, a veteran of 22- .

years military service, is a graduate -

Report BANK of OfFAtlOKKK Condition of of Dozier (Ala,) High School warms mWINTER o cools ire
of Pahokee la the State of Florida at and Is married to the former Lois .
the close of business on Dec. 31, 1944 '

balances with ASSETSCash other Kelso. .. ,," .r : SUMMERTOTAL ',
banks, and cash ItemsIn "
process of totlectlon ..2.3".415,23
Aux. Meet
United obligations States Oorernment direct and I Hospital ,

guaranteed _____ .3,496,061.96Obligation.

political.subdlrlslons of States and.. 67,00000 Set For TuesdayA 1 U: ,

Other bond*. notes and .
debentures (Including e.
$100.00000 securities of \.k_' kP
Federal agencies and meeting of the newly organ- ..
corporation not guaranteed ized Everglades Memorial Hospital JA -
by C. S.) :. 100000.00 .
Loans and diacounta2.411692.i3 Auxiliary will be held In the fellowship \ $, l ; H /
1 7
.Bank owned premises__._____.30.141.40Furniture hall of the Pahokee First .
and Baptist Church Tuesday, Jan. 28,
.___ 33.70. "
futures 50 o.31S.10 at 8 m. :.
Investments and other p. >>", '
assets indirectly representing Since a vote will be taken on the \\ti :

'or other bank real premises,estate Auxiliary's first proposed major ,w.....;.
Leasehold ....-.... 50.444.20 project this meeting is of utmost ,. -
Other asset .___.___..... 4.02800 Importance, according to Mrs. : .

TOTAL ASSETS ___.585.017.11 i Grace Maxson, president, who 'i". ,': ,... ( 1" \
LIABILITIESDemand : I urges all members to be present :
deposits of Individuals -'
partnerships and I Instructions will be given to
corporations ___18.383.401
members on procedures for prepar-
Time and savings deposits '
of Individuals, partnerships ing oneself to work in the hospital :
and corporations _. 760,36992'I Mrs. Mal on wishes to remind
Doooslts of 'Unfed StatesOovarnment
(lawtadlag I members that It la necessary to ..
postal .. 147.730.79 ,
States -- wear the auxiliary uniform
Deposits subdivisions of and-political 693.8464)1 In order to work within the 'l'. YEAR-ROUND COMFORT WITH 1 '..
,Certified and officers' who ::'
and those
hospital building
checks, etc. ._....__.? 18.083.14 .
.' TOTAL han not yet obtained their uni-

f,',I DEPOSITS( ) Total demand...19.004.21364a forms are asked to do so at once : reverSe-CYCIU': :,

c deposits .. (24J(8S3.7a by contacting Mrs. Jesse C. Sim

r:,, 4b and) Total savingsdeposits time I onds,,Jr., uniforms chairman, who i -' :ElECTRIC AIR-CONDITIONING : '

.. 740,388 resides at 1T50 East Main: St, h
:Other Liabilities -?. '46,883.42'TOTAL across the street from'the hospital, ,

I' tlABItrniS: --36,030,096.06 telephone 92H SAFEST CLEANEST NOW CHEAPEST '-
Capital (a) Common steak 44..Club
' total par value ttoo,000. 0 000.00S Local .

S, Surplus Undivided profit tt ;...__.:= 225 64.m.o5. ,,000.00: Chooses A Name Reverse-cycle central and window fuel grime, or odors. CHEAPEST, ;

t models now cost little than '
TOTAL CAPITAL more too.the recent $10 million electric ,. "
: ACCOUNTS .........._.. 534.92105 straight cooling unit So the
--- The Muck Rata 4-H Hone dub heating rate reduction makes year-

TOTAL CAPrrAL LIABILITIES ACCOUNTS AND__$8.385.017.11 met at the Community Building In feature w practically a free bonus! round electric air conditioning the i : .
I' MEMORANDA. : Canal Point on January 10 In an
You save and the extra biggest! -
Assets pledged or assigned organizational meetir\g. The following space bargain ever. .

, ". tor to secure other llibllltles purposes and(including officers were' elected: Mrs. cost of separate heating and coolSo join the hundreds of thou i 14 .

f"4 t :. notes and bills Ray Waddell leader; Maria Ely, ing since '
.. discounted and securities systems, one compact sands of Floridians already :
sold with agreement president: Ethel Johnson, vice
l to repurchase) 1.454.00000 unit does both cools in suming this truly modern
(a) Loans as shown above president: Jean Jackson, secretary double bless .',
C are after deduction of and reporter: Alfred Meeks, treasurer mer, warms in winter. ing. See your appliance dealer .
th valuation _____ I or
reserves 157.666.50 and Walter Webb, county
I. Julius T. Ifoon. Vice President and SAFEST by far...nameless and air conditioning contractor "'
Cashier of the above-named bank, do council delegate.The .' today.
I .solemnly swear that this report of con members voted to wear fumeless. CLEANEST. soot71NUaril'flfJlfJ. ,
dition is true and correct to the best of. ,
my knowledge and belief. white shirts, levis green ties and
Correct-Attest white hats as their uniform at all \ '; : :'
Julius T. Moon : '
w ( Lewis Friend I public functions. The program was L ,
i Rupert a movie on Appaloosa horses .

..Directors ( Martha t.rock'i'i shown by Assistant County Agent ,, Now cheaper than ever to GO ALL-ELECTRIC '; i', .
State of Florida, K. Price. .
f B. ach. ss: Y.A- ,: than to use it in combination with flame-type fuels. FILORIDA
Sworn to
anil subscribed before me .
this llth day of January 1905. and I Mr. and Mrs. J. I.Reves pent .11. .
hereby certify that I am not;an'ornoar weekend In Tampa whew POWER I \ {f", .
or director ot this bankNOTARY'S this past LIGHT I COMpANY
' Wynette Sheffield they were the guests of Mr. and HELPING BUILD
Notary PubUfl I
':My commission expires AprU I, 1967. Mrs. C O. Peterson.

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on U.$. $avin s Bonds .


The Treasury! explains why the new ones you, buy and the ones .

a you own now are better than ever

e .

Q:How does the new 3%% interest rate benefit me? check every six months for the lifo of the Bond
A: With Series E Bond 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. II Bonds wild '
Your savings increase faster, because your Bonds income for living expenses, while E Bonds a .,
mature in-just 7 years, 9 months. nest egg for the future. That why many retired
people bold and families saving for; 4
Bond achild's
Series H Bonds
With the 10-year maturity period
: : education, ,buy E Bonds.
the but interest is each'
stays same %more paid you
,It six months.With both E and H Bonda the'new.rate Q: In what denominations can I buy series Band series (
1 works out to 2H%for the first year and a*half;then H,Bonds?

a guaranteed 4% each year to maturity. At E Bonds: #3 (cost $18.75), $50 (cost $37. 0), $100 '
Q:When did the new rate become effective? (cost $75.00), $200 (cost.$150.00), $500

A: June 1, 1959. (cost $375.00), $1,000 (cost $750.00), '
$10,000 (cost$7,500.00)).
Q:Does the new, rate change the Bonds I bought before H Bonds:$500, $1,000, $5,000 and 10000. They "JoI" I t' .
June 1, 1939 are priced at face value. : t:.\> .
JU All older E and H: Bonds pay more now--an extra -l ;)'
Qt How safe U.S. Bonds?
%% from cow on, when heldto maturity.The increase ara Savings <,' .
k... takes effect in the first full interest! period At Savings Bonds.are an absolutely risldess way to. f .'4\, ....r .. .
after June 1. aave uTie United S.tatea Government'guarantee v ,\or I.. ""
.,. the cash.value of your Bonds will not drop, that it ; ." ,
Q:Will the Boodi I own automatically earn their new can ocy grow.Qt ., .

rate? What if my Bonds should, be lost, stolen or da ; :
As Yes.You don't need to do a tbinf-just hold on .. ?

your Bonds.Q At You saes't loaa Every Bond purchased is recorded :; ,
*Wheaymr.B Bond mature, wifl they Jcep oa earn* '
by &> atury. If anything happens to you*
.. 11&. r Bond.* tbsgr are replaced-'fine.Cb h hYes. fl
I: .An atrtcanatic b ideBllGGphfJe: wed Wbera cao I bur Bonds? ., '
into'effect'aIng w1 ',ths zaw JaWilltnte. Thlt ;
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Page Four The Everglades News, Canal Point, Florida 33438

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i Carolyn Baker Is Wed I r Elizabeth Gist Is Mrs. Vincent yelp

I f PERSONAL[ [ [ : To Bruce L. Kahle

NWSNOTSu Miss Carolyn-Marie Baker became -I! Worthy AdvisorSaturday Women's ClubMrs.

WWWJMWUW the bride of Bruce Lee Kahle I
Mr. and Mrs. Claude Shirley'1 Mrs. Wiley Tlllis returned to her in a candlelight ceremony held a.tl night was Installationof : E. C. Johnson, presidentof
have returned from Marathon, home this week from Lakeland I the home of her parents, Mr. and I officers at the Pahokee Rainbow the Pahokee Woman's Club, presided -
where they spent several days on a where she has been a patient at: Mrs. John W. Baker, 816 High St., Girls, Assembly 16. at the January 13th meetingat
fishing trip with Mr. and Mrs. Earl Lakeland General Hospital. West Palm Beach, Friday, Jan. 8,I Installing officers were Worthy which time the club heard Mn
Jardine of Jefferson, Iowa. Mrs. Lester Hand visited Mrs. at 8 p. m., with Rev. Ryan L Wood, Advisor, Sharon Watson; Marshal, Vincent Welp, District Director of
Mr. and Mrs. Ed Atherton o! Wiley Tillis at Lakeland General I pastor of the Memorial PresbyterIan Peggy Mims; Chaplain, Mary Lee Women's Clubs speak on the "In-

Gaines, Mich., were the Sunda. Hospital last week. ( Church, officiating. The ceremony Adams; Recorder, Hazel Sheppardand gredients for Leadership."
guests of Rev. and Mrs. John Bri- J. L. McCall is the guest of his I was performed as the coupled Musician, Karon Corbin. Mrs. Welp, a resident of West
ley.Mrs. son and daughter-in-law, Dr. an stood below two large wedding Miss Elizabeth Gist was installed Palm Beach, introduced her guest'
James Daughtry of Indian- Mrs. James McCall in Atlanta for bells in the Florida room, which as Worthy Advisor. She choseas Mrs. Taylor, also of West Palm
town, mother of Mrs. E. H. Wals- several weeks. was decorated with large basketsof her flower the carnation; her Beach. Other guests were Mrs.
ton and Mrs. Willie Veal, Is a patient Mrs. Bob Meyer and son Butch white mums and gladioli for the motto, friendship and her colors, Sadie Barwick, Mrs. James Wilk-
at St. Marys Hospital In West arrived last night from CuyahogaFalls I event. I I red and white. Mrs. W. T. Gist, inson and Miss Mary Lee Adam
Palm Beach where she underwent Ohio, for several weeks visit The bride attended Palm Beach!:I mother of Elizabeth, wrote the It was announced that the Fine
recent surgery.Mr. with her parents, Mr. and; Mrs. J. High School and the Montverde theme song and sang It at the In- Arts Festival will be held in Marchat

and Mrs. Lee Wroten had as V. Thomas. School at Montverde, Fla. stallation. Riviera Beach. Members of the

Sunday guests, her cousin. Miss Mrs. Nellie Reuter returned to The bridegroom, son of Mr. and Other officers installed were club are now making Items of
Marty Allen of Ft. Pierce and Don- her home Sunday from several Mrs. tee Rolland Kahle of Canal Worthy Associate Advisor, Gail clothing for the Juvenile Center
ald Walker of Okeechobee. months visit in Jacksonville. Point, attended schools in Michi- Reeves; Charity, Lodus Gray; and plan to bring them to the

Mrs. Becky Howarc accom- Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Fraser were gan, served four years in the U. S. Hope Sandy Weeks; Faith, Gloria February 24 meeting at which time
panied by Mrs. Sadie Barwick visited recent visitors in Clearwater where Navy, and Is presently a journeyman Hall; Recorder, Ethel Johnson; Mrs. Lewis Pope, Palm Beach

Mrs. Howard's mother, Mrs. they visited his mother, Mrs. Julia plumber's apprentice, associ- Treasurer, Sharon Usher; Chaplain, County Juvenile officer, will speak.
Bertha Starling in Ft. Myers where F'razer who is hospitalized there. ated with the plumbers training Jackie Weeks; Drill Leader, Pam The regular monthly business

she is a patient In the hospital Rev. and Mrs. Guthrie Colvard program in West Palm Beach. Ursry; Love, Kay Hall; Religion, meeting will be held Wednesday,

this week. attended the Baptist Evangelistic Miss Dorhea Ann Kahle, sister Nancy Rashley; I Jan. 27.
Mrs. Arch Blakey plans to leave I of the Nature, Sharon Hatton; Immor-
conference in Orlando Thursday, bridegroom, as maid of hon- i .. .
Friday for Oklahoma where she Jan. 14.Mrs. or wore a blue gown of lace and tality, Ruthelle Vandegrift; Fide-
will visit her mother, Mrs. Nellie organza over"taffeta, and an orchid lity, Debbie Poteete; Patriotism,
W. S. Cross has returned to
Naylor for two weeks. corsage. Judy Todd; Service, Pam Story; SodbustersMeetAt
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Hatton and Mr. her home following a visit with her
The bride was given in marriageby Confidential Observer, Debbie
and Mrs. Bob Hatton have as their son-in-law and daughter Mr. and her father. Her gown of blue Gross; Outer Observer, Linda Just-
Mrs. Doyle Branyon in Melbourne. Unwin HomeThe
houseguest, Isan Hamblin of In- .. was fashioned with lace and or- Ice; Musician, Nancy Harrington;
diana. ganza over taffeta and her should- Mother Advisor, Mrs. Marie
Mrs. O. R. Bleech has returned to Four Circles Hold
er-length veil was of white tulle. Hughes. January meeting of the Sod-
her home following a month's visit Regular! MeetingsThe She carried a white Bible topped Installed on the Advisory Board
busters was held at the home of
with friends and relatives in north
with a white orchid.L. were Mrs. Grace Graham, Mrs.
and central Florida. Rolland Kahle served as his Marie Hughes. Mrs. Ona Fav Ur- Mrs. David Unwin Tuesday morn
Mrs. Al Lavender was the Sunday topic for the WSCS program:I son's best man. ;ryMrs.Ber lce Sheppard, Mrs. Ing. Mrs. Lee Shirley presented the
of the First Methodist Church c. I
guest of her niece and nephew, 'ahokej was, "Christ the Light At the reception following the I Buna Rodgers, Mrs. Minnie Lee program entitled "Hemerocallis."
Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Thompson in Within" when they met in their ceremony at the home of the Belik, Mrs. Jennie McKinstry, A. The February meeting will be held
Okeechobee.Mrs. bride's Miss Ruth Kahle V. H. G. N. R.
circles Monday. The Vena Mae parents Hughes Rodgers at the home of Mrs. Jimmy Shirley.PRINCE .
Earl Maxson Is a patient at Schroder circle met at the home of sister of the bridegroom, and Mrs. Norman, H. A. Funderburk, J. E
Everglades Memorial Hospital! Mrs. Jess Elliott with presidentMrs. Leo Wabanimkee, friend of the Rodgers, H. S. Barnes, O.H. Shep-

where she is undergoing tests. J. T. Boynton, presiding. ,It bride, assisted at the refreshmentstale. pard and P. A. Sizemore.Mrs. 11.W IIUlIWIIMIMi! Vli II

Mr. and Mrs. Fred M. Sanfordof was announced that the circle will Lillian Funderburk, mem-
Newark, N. Y., are the house be In charge of flowers for the Following a tour of South FlorIda ber of the advisory board was unable -
guests of their son-in-law and church during the month of F'eb- on their wedding trip, Mr. and I to attend and was installedat
Mrs. Kahle now at their home, the regular meeting ot the As-
daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Hugh ruary. Rev. Max Jones will be the are THEATREPAIIOKEE
920 Selkirk St., West Palm Beach. night. I
Branch and family. speaker at the February sembly Monday ,
meeting.Mrs. '- ... FLA.

to the Gertrude Shirley circle E. C. Johnson, Mrs. Frock and Mrs. Richard Ames and
with Mrs. Ernest Maxwell president Baxter and Mrs. Jennie McKlnstry children left Thursday for Rich- SUNDAY, MONDAY, TUESDAY

presiding at the business I attended the County Federation of mond, Va., where Dr. Ames will JANUARY 24-25-26
t{ meeting. Members were asked to Womens Club meeting on January attend a dental convention on Jan. "OF HUMAN
donate to a fund for the purchaseof U. The meeting which was held at 25 and 26. Dr. Ames plans to return
Bibles for the Boys Correctional the Belle Glade Episcopal Churchwas home this weekend but Mrs. Ames BONDAGE"Starring
School in Okeechobee. Mrs. Rich- followed by a luncheonat the and children will remain for a visit
ard Nason was in charge of the de- civic center and a tour 'of the' with her parents, Mr. and Mrs
votlonala. The February meetingwill Glade Sugar House. Mrs. JohnsonIs Richard Jacobs. KIM NOVAK AND
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be at the home of Mrs. E. D. LAURENCE HARVEY
Sims. rVoman's Club and recently attended F. F. Burr is reported doing nicely -
Mrs. R. J. Schroder opened the : the president's council cf at Doctors Hospital, Miami, fol-
Y. meeting of the Simonson Lair cir- Woman's Clubs at Delray. lowing a slight stroke. \L W'JWIJ'
cle with prayer at their meetingat W
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Mrs. Arch Blakey presented the de- 'm 11111 1111111 II IIIIlI I-I i mm III n + < <

I votional, "Happy New Year, Past!
and Present". Mrs. J. L. Reeves

presented the program "Changesof
the WSCS in Recent Years". announcing
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Mrs. M. P. Holman presided in the

absence of Mrs. H. J. Anderson,
rG chairman.The THE OPENING OF OUR NEWChristmas

Miriam Circle met at the
home of Mrs. Jack Spencer with

Mrs. J, T. Pickett co-hostess. Mrs. .
Spencer, president, opened with ,
prayer and announced that Mrs. l

J. L. Tyson Jr., will be In chargeof Club :
the flowers for the church on
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Mrs.. Gerald Phillips presentedthe '
dilloltndc devotionals and Mrs. Frank
(, loscnberg was in charge of the : MENT PLAN WILL MAKE IT 'EASYITO'HAVE "

: program,.which; sh. .,eldedh' : A MERRY CHRISTMAS ,' :'
brief question and anSwer' period;

<, JrsR.-Vy. Bowe, and Mrs. George NEXT'YEAR.. "'
.- < lamey were welcomed as new
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I be at the home of Mrs. Duncan
Padgett., We cordially invite you to use this service which is

1 1st & 2nd RACES Bleaching Plant vided for the convenience of our customers and friends.


O EVERY RACESENSATIONAL St. Joe Paper'Mill You will be pleasantly surprised to see how easy it is to

O PORT ST. -Joe-The St. Joe : ; have $25.00, $50.00 or $100.00 for Christmas
"BIG Q" ON LAST shopping
Paper Co. has announced that it
2 RACES next December.
sul- Join Today
will build a 500 ton-per-day
O ADMISSION 25< hate pulp bleaching plant in Port

O FREE PARKING St. Joe at a cost in excess of $6

LUXURIOUS million.Part of a modernization programat 4
CLUBHOUSE the Port St. Joe mill the new Bank of Pahok

POST TIME 815KENNELClUB unit will supply bleached board to <, : ee
the company's 16 container plant .::
throughout the eastern half of the "Oldest Bank i in Palm Beach Co."
country and three container plantsIn J
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The bleaching plant will give the Member Federal Deposit Insurance
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SG Joe kraft board mill an unusual ( : .
degree of diversification in producing .
a wide range of packaging
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Holy Nativity First BaptistChurch St. :Mary's Catholic I.

Episcopal Pahoke Church Canal Point Church On Your SavingsLet

Elder R. E. EarfWkl Father Franda Fennecn Pastor
Rev. L. Lousing, Vicar SUNDAY': Sunday Mass -11:30 a. m.

SUNDAY: 9:45 a m.-Sunday School Confessions before.. Mass saving become a habit here at Ever
10 a. m.-Sunday School 11:00: a. m.-Morning Worship

11:00 a. m.-Worship. Service. : 6:30 7:30: p.p.m.m.-Evening-B. '1', C. Worship. The'Pahokee ChurchOf glades Federal. You'll find that the 4%

TUESDAYS: The Nazarene
First Methodist 7:30 p m.-Choir pracUoe. percent added to your account every six
Pahokee WEDNESDAY: Rev. Willard Kilpatrick
Church, 7:30 p. m.-Midweek Prayer 433 Bacom Point Rd. months will make :it grow faster than
Service. Phone 921-7528 P. O. Box 882
SUNDAY John: A. Bnley Pastor 'THURSDAY:-Every other week SUNDAY SERVICES: you can imagine. Stop by today at the
7:30 p. m.Ladies Auxiliary 9:45 a. m.-Sunday School
9:43 m.-church School
11:00: a. .-Morning Won&lp: >Meeting.. 11:00 a. m.-Sunday Worship Home office in Belle Glade or the
6:30 p. m.-Juniors

6:45 7:45 p.p. m.-Evening.-MYP Worship Glades Baptist Church 7:00 Evangelistic p. m.-Sunday Service Evening branch office in Pahokee. You will find

7:00: p. m.-Vesper Choir prac Rev Jonathan L. Wott) WEDNESDAY: courteous folks at both placesto
7:30 ; Midweek pleasant
ticeWEDNESDAY Meets in Pahokee Lions Club p m.- Prayer ,

: Building. "Where' meeting.are a stranger but serve They will be happy to
7:45: p. m.-Mid-week devotions SUNDAY SCHOOL 9:45: a. m. you you.
PREACHING-11:00 a. m. and once"
8:30: p. m.-Senlor Choir prac- 7:30 p. m. .a. assist you in opening a savings account.
tice SUNDAY B. Y. F. -6:30: p. m. Phone Service On
WED. PRAYER-7:30 p m.
r .. The Blink Monday

First Baptist '---
Canal Point I
Church, Pahokee Telephone service to the Glades Everglades Federal
Baptist Church Office Building Sheriffs Office

Gutbrie W. Colvard Pastor Lawrence Brt. Pastor Glades Sugar House and several
SUNDAY SUNDAY: large packing houses was inter- Savings And Loan Association '
rupted for about six hours Monday
9:45 School
: a. m.-Sunday 9:45: a. m.-Sunday:School
11:00 a. m.-Morning Worship i 11:00 a. m.-Morning Worship when water seeped into a spliced ACCOUNTS INSURED BY FEDERAL SAVINGS AND

6:00 p. m.-Evening Worship 6:30: p. m.-Training Union cable. LOAN INSURANCE CORP.
6:45 m.-TralnIng Union J. D. McClellan, manager for the
7:30: p. m.-Evening Worship
WEDNESDAY: Southern Bell Telephone Companysaid
7:30 p. m.-Prayer Service 7:30 m.-Prayer: Meeting It Is the same cable that has Let Your Money Earn 4l/i% Payable
,....-p.- -... .. caused disruption to the service in

The Church Of God South Side ChurchOf Belle Glade on a.previous.. occasions. Semi-Annually

Of Prophecy PahokeeCanal Christ MILITARY ACADEMY
Point Road "Chipper" Branch son of Mr. PAHOKEE: BELLE GLADE .
'- Belle Glade across from and Mrs. Hugh Branch, has left for
John H. Kinard, pastor Bowling Alley on Rd. 80 College Park, Ga. where he enrolled "
10:00: a. m.-Sunday School lOjOO: a. m.-Bible Study in Georgia Military Academy.
11:00: a. m.-Preaching Service 11:00: ) a. m....Morning Worship Chip's Vfriends who want to Write
7:45: p. m.Evangelistic Service 6:30 p. m.-Evening Service him should address his mall, H. H.
Mrs J. L. McCall spent MondayIn Mrs. Anna Keene of Winter Park
8:00: p. m. Tuesday-V.L.B. 7:30 p. m.-Wed. Bible Study Branch, Jr, Georgia Military Academy -
Okeechobee visiting friends and Is the guest of her son and I
... Park, Ga.
8:00:() p. m. Thursday-W.M.B. I Box 190, College attending business. Mr. and Mrs. Leland Keene.

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Church Of Christ August Koerber, Pastor I.; ., ,... "":1
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125 N. W. Avenue D SUNDAY: "
Phone WY 6-3867 Divine Services 11 A. M. N,": \ 1..,' ,I, .
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10:00 Bible ,, ". .I..t .. .
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Church Of God : .
11:00: a. m.-Morning Worship S'S' :, .
7:30: p. m.-Evening Worship Barfield Highway ( 'w'" .. '., .\
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11:00 a. m.-Morning Worship .
W. Baugher, Pastor 7:30 p. Evangelistic Ser- :' .
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9:45: a. m.-Sunday School*. : 'l i t ':' '
11:00: a. .-Morning Worship 78Q p. TO.--Prayer Service most floridavegetable
6:00: p. m.-Evening Worship THURSDAY' :' ,
TUESDAY: 7:30 p. m.-Youth for Christ j '. I.
8:00: p. m.-Woman's Society Service \ insects.
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.. Diazinon insecti'dde is the only, You a q.use Diazinon! through .
Are regularly held at the Glades Livestock Market product you need to control\most, out the seasons And close to har .
t '. of the, major insects of Florida vest.withoutresidueproblemse '

You'll enjoy the excellent service you recehere, vegetable crops.Here's the kindof; ,So take advantage of the benefitsof

r at this Market. We make an' of ortat all times> ? to i "moneyrnthenk"prOBrm1th t superior vegetable foliar insect ;
.... ." ., ,t Diazinon can provide: control with Diazinon. Order "
give an outstanding serviceto buyer:and.seller, Give .
I Diazinon simplifies your spray dependable Diazinon SOW wet- ,
us trial. v program. It reduces the need to table powder, or Diazinon AGSOO .

use several different insecticides. emulsifiable concentrate, from ,

minimum* You spray less when you spray with your local supplier today. ......
y,' Dazinon.| So you save time and Geigy Agricultural Chemicals, _
SALES EVERY MONDAY AT 1 p. m. money. Division of Geigy Chemical Corporation

You kill insects quickly with Ardsley, New York.
Diazinon.And the"staying powecT
Glades Livestock MarketOn Diazinon provides outstanding '

control of problem insects like
Pahokee-BeHe Glade Road 1 apMd .SQUvhem armyworms and ,CllA1tIISClfCMWCAL'KM MOUM AUbUAUMGeigy

Phone WY 6-3028 leaf miners for a long time. Diazinon I ( ,

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Page Eight The Everglades News, Canal Point Florida 33i38 Friday, January 22, 1965
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Automobile ShowIn March ing the January March of Dimesare Taylor Circle In
P. B. Co. ProsperousAs Of Dimes To channeled into research and
Miami February 5 treatment centers where scientists January MeetingMrs.

Year1964Ends Have Poster GirlA are making concerted efforts to
MIAMI-Florida's only big new find cures and controls of crippling Coleman Conley was hostessto
birth defects. the Alberta Taylor circle for
automobile show of .the winter will .. I
The Palm Beach County, Information -I| move into Miami's Dinner Key Auditorium three-year old girl who had their January meeting :Monday
Service Issued some Inte- her first operation for birth defectsat AT CAMP WELAKA night. Mrs Robert Arrieta, president
resting figures showing prosperityon Feb. S for a five-day run. the age of four weeks has been Miss Ethel Ida Johnson plans to presided.The .
the climb upward during the The International Import and named the National Foundation's attend Camp Welaka, Girl Scout program "Identifying' the
good year 1964. The figures show- Sports Car Show will] feature 34 Poster Girl for the Palm Beach Camp in Jupiter this weekend In I Issue" was presented by Mrs. Con-
ed a 10.5 percent increase in deposits different makes from seven foreign County March of Dimes. preparation for her trip to the Girl i ley, Mrs. Arrieta and Mrs. Guy
and savings.and a combined countries and the United She is Dodi Terry, christened Scout Roundup in Idaho in June. Thompson.The .
10.7 percent resources increase States Dorothy, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Miss Johnson is one of the 16 Girl group plans to collect clothing
over the year 1963. These figureswere New to the scene this year are Kenneth Terry, Jr.,Village of Palm Scouts in the Palm Glades Girl for migrant children for their
made available by banks and the American sports cars, the Mustang Springs. The tiny Poster Girl has Scout Council chosen from a groupof community mission work this
savings associations at the end of Barracuda, Corsair, Corvett two healthy sisters Debbie age 24 candidates to represent the month. Mrs. Lawrence Stewart will
the year. and Oldsmobile 442. Also new and two and Marianne, eight months Council at the Roundup. be hostess to the circle at the Feb
The county's 23 banks and eight exciting is the Excalibur. Manu. .4.1. ruary meeting.
savings and loan associations, as factured in Milwaukee, it is a remake old.When Dodi was born June 13, Mr. and Mrs. Walter A. Black of y
of Dec. 31, had a combined total of of the famous Mercedes SSK 1961 at St. Mary's Hospital, she River Forest; Ill., have returnedto Quincy Harper, former residentof
$652,533,674 in deposits or sayIngs road racing car of 35: years ago. I. came into the world suffering with their home following a two week Pahokee will undergo surgery
and a combined. 1739,857.239 I crippled legs. The first attempt to visit with their daughter and son- this week in Ft. Pierce hospital
96 in resources. correct the birth defect was an operation in-law, Mr. and :Mrs. Robert C. Mr. Harper is the father of Mrs.
Total bank deposits at the end Tiny Horses Will Be I when she was a month old. Hatton. Doris Sims.SCUTHFLD .
of 1964 were $354,298,9.0812 and I Another operation followed when
resources were $402,411,456.24, At The Tampa Fair I she was five months old.
representing 9.3 per cent and 10.6 Later, through the assistance of
per cent increases, respectively. TAMPA-For the first time ini the Palm Beach County Chapter of
Similar 1963 figures were $324- :s 59-year history, the Florida the National Foundation, Dodi was
106,03591 and $363,888,753.59. State Fair will display miniature sent to Warm Springs, Ga., where IDA
The final 1964 savings total at horses as a special attraction. The she was given a complete series of
I savings and loan associations was fair gets underway in Tampa. x-rays to determine the degree of
$298,234,766.20 with resources of February 2. her physical handicap. While there,
I $$337,445,783, representing 12 W. S. (Bill) Sheppard and Roy:; I the tot was fitted with braces .
i and 10.7 per cent increases over Van Eyck will head up the show of which she still wears. Since that
I the 1963 figures. Shetlands and Ponies of the Americas time, crutches have been added and 1'11'1 I .K J _
Banks and associations at the a new breed of miniature Ap- her next hurdle will be an attemptto
end of 1963 had a combined $590- paloosa horses standing only 54 learn to walk with the crutches. I I 'I;; !
inches tall. Dodi's father Is of
; 301,120.89 in deposits and savings an employe
and $668,585,59536 in resources 'Ihere will be 18 ponies in the Pratt and Whitney) and her mother
I .. exhibit, which will also feature Is attending Palm Beach Junior JANUARY 22 30
HONOR MRS BLEECII Hackney and Welch ponies. College where she Is studying to
Mr and Mrs. C. L. Wilder en- "We're planning to show a pairof be a teacher. 1000
tertained at their new home Sun- miniature horses standing only The battle against birth defects Adults 75c-Studcntstw/A( /050c-Children) 25c
day afternoon with coffee and cake 30 inches tall and full grown in the I such as those which mark the childhood Follow. the red arrows
In honor of Mrs. O R. Bleech who exhibit also," Sheppard said, "We of Dodl, is the prime objective AO Open Daily 10 a.m.-Sqadal poa.
was celebrating her birthday. Approximately also hope to show a Shetland mare of the National Foundation's research U4 *. w Wet Palm Beach
30 guests attended. and colt." I j program. Funds raised dur-
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Keith Martin small son of Mr. ------

and Mrs. Raymond Martin is a pa. .
bent at Everglades Memorial Hospital

following surgery :Monday. Discover the difference in the

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The Everglades News, Canal Point,

REPAIR Service in Clewiston,
South Bay, Belle Glade, Pahokee CHEVROLET-As' built.Chnroltt Impala Sport Coups
,\ and Canal Point. Serving the roomy a car as Chevrolet's ever v

Glades for 20 years. Phone 924 When you take in everything, there's more room inside moved forward to give you more foot room. So, besides
'I 5626. II. L. Pitts, old Belle Glade 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 '
I .. road. St. Oct. 18-chtt wider this year and the attractively curved windows help one more reason to ask you: What do you get by paying
,; ROOM AND BOARD, Family to give you more shoulder room. The engine's been more for a car-except bigger monthly payments!
j Style Meals. Inquire Shell Service
) Station, Canal Point or Call 924. uttttflflfl
, 7238 or 9249403. N20tfc
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Two bedroom house In Pahokee-
Canal Point area. Would consider ,I
I, large late model mobile homr. ,ryAOr ,
Boyd T. Vorhees, Jr., 398 N. Juniper '. ':.
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Avenue Pahokee, Phone .
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completed enlistment in military Corsair Cora Sport Coup '
service as aviation mechanic and LUKmul ;
desire employment in mechanical -The only rear engine American car made.

r or other field with opportunity for You should read what the automotive magazines say can touch its styling. They say it ;you haven't driven a
advancement. Graduate of Paho- about the '65 Corvair. They're wild about its ride. They new Corvair Corsa with a 180-hp Six Turbo-Chaaaargedl
kee high school one year college, think there's nothing else this side of the Atlantic that you just don't know what you're missing.
age 23, married, one child. Will be _
in Pahokee by January 20. Boyd T. Drive something really new-discover the difference at your Chevrolet dealer's
" Vorhees, Jr., 398 N. Juniper Ave., .
Pahokee, Phone 924-4851. J22pd Chevrolet Chevelle Chciyll. Corwir Corvette

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