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 29, 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
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Succeeded by: Glades observer
Succeeded by: Everglades observer

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Art Symposium Set I I Last Rites For I
Window Cnerstone
Drapes Will
Around The GladesBy For Sarasota Feb. 1-4 Orlando Padilla

( Paul Rardin) SARASOTA Leading national AuxiliaryProject Orlando Padllla741: of 328 Cypress B Q' February 6

educators and art authorities will Ave. died Thursday at Glades

FERTILIZER BAGS. In some be in Sarasota Feb. 1-4 to participate Drapes for 44 windows of the General Hospital Belle Glade aftera The

sections of the Glades Fanning Re in the 18th annual Art Symposium -: new Everglades Memorial Hospital I short lllnss. He was a native of the pikgran/juvpiven completedfor
cornfrabD/laying at the
gion fertilizer bags are thrown to b"eing held at the Ringling building will be furnished by the 'Cuba and a resident of Pahokeefor
new Evergladei/MJhjorial i
the four winds. They don't help the Museum. The event is sponsored by Everglades Memorial two years where he was em Hospitalat
Hospital two o'clock
looks of the countryside. Neitherdo the Florida State ployed at Osceola Sawyrjwy, Februaty6th
museum, University Auxiliary, according to plans madeat Sugar Mills as according to otCi ala of FAAM
they help the drainage when the University of Florida, the an Electrician helper.
the regular meeting of the Auxiliary No. 211 of Pahokee. The exercises
thrown Into canals. Yesterday University of South Florida and in the fellowship hall of the lie Is survived by his wife: Mrs will be under the' direction of 'the

while touring the farm area I aw Sarasota's New College. First Baptist Church Tuesday Caridad Padilla, two sons; Orlando
Grand of Free and
one fanner taking care of them In Outstanding are authorities to night, with President Grace MaxI F. Padilla and Eduardo Padilla of Masons Lodge of Florida Accepted

proper manner. He was burningthe appear on the program, including I I son presiding. The group voted to Pahokee Mother; Mrs. Elvira

paper bags at the end of therow painter Balcolm Greene, currently purchase material and make thedrftpt"1 Padilla, Cuba; Four brothers and Promptly at one o'clock there
will be
I opening of Grand
each time he filled up the fertilizer teaching art,at New College. New I one sister all of Cuba.
for the 44 windows as its
Lodge of Florida FAA!! at Everglades
distributor. A good idea. College will also sponsor a' panel first major project since organizing Rosary was held Friday at 200; -
Lodge No. 211 In Pah
consisting of Greene, Sarasota p. m. at Wetherington Chapel and
If you haven't ridden throughthe I ago. kee. The group will proceed to
artist Syd Solomon, visiting artist interment was at Foreverglades
It also voted to two
was purchase
farming section-especially the scene of the cornerstone) layIng
Marca-Relli, ,and Dr. Fred S. Licht j extra "pink ladY"\mltorm smocks Mausoleum, Belle Glade at 0:00:
sections of the at the and the following
sugar cane growing I new hospital
professor of fine arts at New Col to be kept In the p. m with Father Esplnosa offici
county you don't thoroughly hospital building program will bo given: Invocation
I ating. Wetherington Funeral Homeof
realize how much lege.Among at all times for emergency use of
damage was I pledge allegiance, national -
the who Pahokee in of
academic'group charge arrange.
done by the recent freeze. In the The ways and means committeewas merits anthem by the Fahokee'High
are sponsoring the Symposium will
cane area where it la being cut this authorized to decide the kind! .. .- -- School band to be followed by the
be Harrison Covington, University!
week there isn't any fodder left-- :! of fund-raising projects the Auxll- address of welcome by Mrs. Alyo
of South Florida Dr.
only the tops. When the field Is ; lary will sponsor to raise money Program Set For M. Okie : of the hospital
Bosch Florida State; Eugene GrU> i isorn. cJ1awnan
burned before cutting, all of the I for the benefit of the hospital. Mrs. board.erq .

frozen fodder disappears. Fields of University of Florida; and Bonnie Miler, sewing chairman, Introduction ,of distinguished

cane are brown throughout the entire Dr. Arthur-Borden- ., New College reported on mending work to ds PTA Founders DayInterest guests will be handled by Ed Jensen -

Lake I done in the near future on hospital lo
can growing area on and the response the welcome -

Okeechobee. A certain amount of Local4llMembersWin garments, linen and the like. In the Canal Point Par. address will be given by K.

damage has been done but it all depends Jesse<< C. Simonds, Jr., administrator ent-Teachers Association has been Z. Atkins, district deputy, GrandMaster

on how soon the mills can of the Everglades Memorial lagging this school year and of 26th Masonic district. Actual

process the cane whether or not Fair AwardsCanal I Hospital spoke to the group on ficials of the organization anx< placing of the cornerstone will

there will be a great loss. the rules and regulations that will ious that something be done to be done by John T. Rose Jr.. CBAl

be in effect in the new, hospital I stimulate Interest. Parent haven't grandmaster of Masons to be -followed
Pahokee council has recon Point 4-H members made 1
city \ building, which 1 novMinder construction -
been the oration Russell -
showing Interest by an by Jpdge!
a new in the city, aa.excellent.showing in their actlv proper
mended change 'ori 'Barfjeld *
,8<>utb. High '
sties and It has been a chore' to gel JI Mdntoah: The benediction..
charter which will the at the South Florida Fair
give mayora way In Pahokee. He said the buildIng -
out will close the
enough people for a regular. ceremony.
and Exposition., Miss Nancy Harrington .
vote of
on the council in case a presently going up on schedule

tie. At present the mayor sits with Canal Point junior leader I Is 60 per cent complete. It it meeting. I

the council but he has no vote.The and president of ,the Palm Beach expected to be finished by June 15 Program Chairman W. E. Dlack-

idea of giving the mayor-elected County 4-H Council, has the distinction and occupied by July 1, 1665. well said yesterday that present Pamela Ursry Is
plans for the Monday night mfetJng -
by the people-a vote in case of a of serving on the Fair- 55

tie I* a splendid thought. There are member board of Directors, which should bring out a good attend Winner Of AwardPamela
I ance. Several skits are being
many times when a deciding vote includes in Its memberahlp Gov prepared I
County Board Will by the different grades :an
would accomplish many thing Haydon Burns, the States' two U. -
effort to show those in attendance
The proposed legislation should be i S. Senators two U. 8. congressmen U r a r y, 13-year-old

passed the legislature.in the upcoming session of Department, high officials of Agriculture! in the and State's all License PeddlersCounty just principles how PTA on was which founded It opefllteL8Jdt. and the daughter of Mr,and Mrs. Ray Ursry

members of the Florida legislature, will show the work that PTAis of Canal Point, has receivedthe

The Palm Beach County ''Fair- including both senators and representatives Commissioner indicatedthis : c-lajuUaglor the' coming season South Florida Dairy :Merit

known for publicity purpose as from South Florida. week they would encourage and others will show accomplishment Award for "outstanding' activitiesand
the South Florida Fair has been The directors are all men exceptfor and endorse legislative action to *of the group In the past exemplary leadership, honor;

drawing come big crowds. Four-ll Nancy and Rep Mary Ann MeKenzie control or license peddlers whose President Stanley Hook has ing both family and community by

Club member In this area have and Rep. Maxine Baker of place of business are highway cordially Invited all school patrons means of said award.

been earning some outstanding Miami.In shoulders to be present next Monday night Pam, an elghth-grade student at

awards. Elsewhere in this issue you the individual exhibits ROM The subject was brought to the for the P'ounderDay program Pahokee Junior High Is a memberof

will find a list of award handed Harrington' vegetable display was board's attention by Charles Royal and assure each and everyone that the Canal Point Baptist Church <

the younpten. You'll be mighty awarded three blue ribbons two who said the merchants in his the program will be well worth I and the church's Girls Auxiliary.

proud of them if you read the article red and one white. Nancy Harrington home town of Belle Glade are losing their time and effort. to attend. A' member of Pahoket Assembly

and see just what they have I and Pam Ursry were hundred of dollar ,worth of 18, Order of Rainbow for Girls, she

'" accompli ed. :each awarded a blue ribbon for business to peddlers. The Itinerant Funeral Services has held four offices In the Assembly
!; their entomology exhibit and in I. were said to be operating In during the past year has received

addition, Nancy received a rosette violation of state and federal tats : the Rainbow Merit Bar and

"ld; Ready Office For award. > ..*. ForMrs.VorheesMrs. was one of the five delegate selected

In the Sean Foundation exhibitsin The buyer are, most migrant' 'i to represent Afmby) 18 at

the Poultry Tent,the Judging of laborers in the Glades and alongthe Laura AlmaVcfhees, 89 of the meeting of the Florida Grand

4 ,New Auto Tag Sale which 'was based on 4-H record coastal farm area*. 399 North Juniper Pahokee died Assembly of Rainbow Girl last

books as well as the chickens displayed Royal said Belle Glade has adopted Sunday at Everglade Memorial June.

Nancy Harrington) with an ordinance calling for a 1730: As a member of the Canal Pomt
HovpitaL She wa a naUve of Indiana
The Tag Office at the Glades Office
four blue ribbon and six red rib peddlers license in an effort to I and resident of Pahokee fo" 4-H Club, she has been quite activein
Building will be closed (today) I
bon the for not 4-H work for the past four
Friday January 29, according to' pullets was judged tint compensate the peddler i a number of years where she lived

Mrs Edwina Young. No tags can blue ribbon winner, the excellenceof paying any community taxes.. He I with her: son, Boyd T. Vorhees. rears, winning several blue ribbon

be titles her records being an important asked the county commission to She was a member of The Church In Palm Beach County 4-II demonstrations
purchased or processed.
factor. make the fee countywide.The and dress revue For the
I of Christ and Eastern Star No.
However taxes win be collected.If
Other Sears Foundation winners board said it was without 116. Moore Haven, also Rebbeca past two summers she has attended
wishes" to taxes they
anyone pay from Canal Point; Ross Harrington authority to adopt such a fee, but 'Lodge No. 49 of Moore Haven. She The 4-H Camp Cloverleaf At
can please knock on the door.
five blue and five the Lake Placid.At .
red ribbon suggested matter ahould be
Is survived three
by sons;
The Tag Office will be opened onFebnJaJ'7
I chickens-blue ribbon third place; caned to the attention of Palm B. Vorheee, Anderson Indiana; high school she U a member
1. 1963. with the nevi
1963 sale. Dickie Strayer, eight blue and two Beach County's legislative delegation Eugene R. Vornees Portsmouth, of the Archery Club and the Junior
tags on
red ribbon chickens-white ribbon -which will be done Friday at Va. High Music Club.
and Boyd of Pahokee; One
fifth place; Allen Webb, three blue Belle Glade. daughter Mr*. Wanda V. Jones, ... .
SORORITY SOCIAL five red and .
two "
white ribbon A. 1
Naples, Florida; 18 grandchildren OFF TO FRANCE
Th* home of Mr, and Mrs Mrtvln chickens-white ribbon, seventh SUNDAV1SrroRB
an 14 great grandchildren. Mrs. Fred W. Moore and children
Spooner was the acme of the place. Nancy and Ross received f 13 },(r. and Mrs. L. L. Wheeler and Service were held Tuesday at are the guest of her mother

XI Alpha Mu sorority social. cash prize from the Foundation; family of Lakeland were the Sunday Canal Point Methodist Church Mrs. Mildred .
Schoeppel while Mrs.Mrs.
night, Jan. %1. Entertainment and Dickie and Allen
Thursday $7 cash dinner guest of his sister
and with Rev. James Baugher, pastorottJc1aUnl' Moore's .husband I S. taking a
featured a take off on the prizes. family, )fr. and Mrs Jew
The remains were sent three-week
training at
course the
T. V. program, "Password with In tie regular poultry competition I They were accompanied back to
to Anderson, Indiana where interment USAF Survival School Stead
;, Mrs. Eva Spooner and Mrs. Joan Dickie
Strayer had
the best
Lakeland by his mother ].tnt. was at Memory Gardens Cemetery Nev. The Moore to
plan leave for
'. Tucker as team captains and ) Rhode Island Red cockerel in ths Emma Wheeler who ha* ben thehouse XVetheriagton Funeral I Franc on Feb. 8 where
\ France Moore acting a* & (18'1 I entire poultry show and ; they win
al guest
her son-in-law and
. l. Pahokee la charge arrangement make their horn while he is stationed .
ceremonies. (continued ,
on page 4) I daughter for several weeks. *. In that country. '

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Serving tlje; Lake Oke chqb? e_fanning i Region_Wi\hou_

Interruption Every Week for 40 Years

Established March 11,1924 Published Every Friday

Subscription; ; Price; $2.00 Year Advance .

The Everglades News Is Entered at the Post OfficeIn Stetson University Concert,Choir Will Miss Jackie Weeks, daughter' of

Canal Poiqt} Florida, as Second Class Matter Mr. and Mrs. James M. Weeks, Is a

Paul Rardin .' Owner, Editor, Publisher Sing In Pahokee Next Monday Night u __ patient where she at Good underwent Samaritan a toncllecto-hospital

my Tuesday.

Here; 1$ What Transpired At Monday's The Stetson University Concert nIRTlIDAYPARTY Mrs. Peggy Parris entertained at I V _.
Choir under the direction of Harold Mrs. Lou Lombard and daughters

Meeting Of The Palm Beach M. Griffin professor of voice her home with a birthday party Lisa and Linda have returnedto
honoring her son, Marty, on his 6th
will sing in Pahokee at the First their home in Miami following a

Baptist church next Monday night birthday, Saturday, Jan. 23 from visit with her parents, Mr. and
County Commission I I 2 till 3 p. m. She was assisted by
February 1, according to an announcement -, Mrs. J. H.,Miller.
her mother, Mrs. Luther York.Sakser's .
by Rev. Guthrie Col -
yard pastor of the church.
.More than a million people visited county-and spent $113,023 In run-
The Concert Choir was heard Job Safe iv. 1.lIl!:I.\lJiI.v.IIIMlIlY.J\l.IIIMlI"'V! l\L1I
Palm Beach County's World ning the show. oast-to-coast in a 55-min. broad-

Fair exhibit last summer at a cost The authority has a $13,000 bank
cast of Handel's "Messiah" during
Of. 12 cents a head. balance going Into the second year Christmas week. This season, they From Com BandlowCounty

This was part of a report to the ol the fair.County THEATRE
have also made several appearances PRINCE
County Commission this
made Commissioners this week including presentations bs
week by Commissioner E. F. Van are the Commissioner Edward
studying possibility of extending *
fore the Florida Baptist State Con PAHOKEE, FLA.
Kesel who also doubles as president their bond program to finance vention in Tampa in November, Bandlow's attempt to fire Airport
of the World's Fair Frank Sakser didn't get
county road construction so that all and the Sanford Mutual Conceit Manager

Authority. planned projects can be completed. Association at the Seminole High any support from other membersof SUNDAY, MONDAY, TUESDAY
The report also noted that visit- the board the board Monday and now the
Recently learned that School Auditorium, in Sanford, JANUARY 51 FEB. l.Z
ors to the exhibit carried away rising construction costs made It matter is in the hand of a special
Friday evening, January
more than 200,000 inquiry cards necessary to cancel some, of the The Choir's travel group consists committee. "SEND ME NOFLOWERS" .

for obtaining 'detailed Information planned projects-the bond issue Sakser who serves as: the coun
of 40.voices selected by Mr. Griffin
about the county. didn't provide enough funds to do from the full 60-voice Stetson University ty's directors of airports; custo-

The authority collected a total all the work.Commissioners. Concert Choir, and the dian of the county voting machinesand DORIS DAY, ROCK HUDSON

of $-126,322'- 75,000 from, the have been assuredby program will be varied including manager of the airport park AND TONY RANDALL

the State Board of Administration duets, solos, and general chorus ing lot; has been under Bandlow'sfire

that the county can go as highas numbers. for sometime the com (IN COLOR)
Report of Condition of
BANK or.FAIIOKEK $3.8 million i if it so desires and -. ... missioner charging there is a con
of Panokea In the SUte'of Florida, it still have enough gasoline'taxes to flict of Interest in Saksers Job as
close of business oft Dec 31. 1W4.
wither': back up the bonds.Wedding Clubs Will Join In airport manager and manager of a nmotm:JMII.\L; ] "V.lfIM.VJI, QIllmlI .
Cash balances : .
lot at
banks, and casts ItemsIn ,, privately operated parking
the base. ---- - -
process o; collection ..$2. T.4U,23 ,
United States Government Plans For February Meeting
obligations direct, .and, Sakser says there Is no conflict,

guaranteed ..*....._.__. 3.4M.M1.M Hurt-Thompson that he can do both jobs satisfaCt-

Obligations political subdivisions of States and_. 87.00000' Members of the Canal Point orily and would like to be relieved I

Other debentures bonds notes Including; h and Plans have been announced for Garden Club enjoyed a covered as voting machine custodian a Job r -

,$100,00000 securities. of the wedding> of Miss Alice Elaine dish supper at the Community which he took as a temporary as-

corporations Federal agencies not guaran and Hurt and Donald Carroll Thompson building January 21. Dr. Carpenterof signment several years ago.

teed by V. 8.) ..A........_ 100.00000! which will take Clewiston was guest speakerand The county commission, nine
place at the
Loans and discount, .-.... 2.4l,60iU years ago, agreed that Saker could
spoke on "Insecticides and In.
Bank premises First Methodist Church in Paho
owned .._._....$40.141.40 kee sects": The hospitality.committeeawas i take the parking lot Job as a means
Furniture and Sunday, Feb. 14, at 3 p. m., ''of
bolstering his county salary.
fixtures .- 30.233.70 90.37J10 with Rev. John A. Briley, pastor, composed! of Mrs. C. B. StrJo
Investments and other to officiate. gars, Mrs. M C. Carter Mrs. L..R., It appeared' Monday that most
asset Indirectly representing Kahle Mrs. 'J. S. board 'memberS still felt Sakser See at the 1965
bank premises Miss Rebecca Mackey has been Harrington and you
oother ,real, estate chosen Mrs. O. H. Sheppard. Mrs. M. C. needed the parking lot; salary to
Leasehold ._ :_......._... SO.444.20 by Miss Hurt to serve as bolster a county Income which the FLOR'OASiAm.
Other assets. ............._. 4,028.18 maid of honor; Miss Brenda Un- Carter was in charge of floral ar-
same commissioners think is riot
rangements.The .
win, bridesmaid; and Miss Karen
TOTAL ASSETS $8.583,01711. up to par with salaries paid airport
LiABiunca Hooks niece of the bride-elect, next meeting will be at the
Demand deposits of.Individuals. junior bridesmaid. Community building on Feb: 18 at directors in other areas.
partnerships three disc
After a hour ussion-
3 p. m. Mrs. I. L. Van Horn of
corporations .t..C.383.tol.OI William D. Howard will be Mr. -
Time and saving deposits Thompson's best man. W. L. Belle Glade will be in charge: of Involved and heated-the commission -
of Individuals partnersnips agreed that a committee mad
and corporations ..' Thompson, brother of the bride the program and demonstrate
Deposits of United i StatesGovernment 649,369.931 I groom-elect, and Chat Clark wUl "dish gardens". The Pahokee Garden up of Bandlow Commissioner, E. F.

savings(Including"postal ) .'..".?..? 147.T30T9tiicsli .serve as ushers. Club will be invited guests. Van Kessel and Commissioner E :
** W. Weaver should study Sakser's IJ1.1ftIR"
M8Sff The program o/ nuptial music
J.. 804.MS01
position and make recommendations
Oertlfied .nd:fleers'' will be,presented by Miss Karen Sorority Group In -
checks, etc. .............. 19.1869 1 as to any change to the com
TOTAL I Corbln organist, and, Mrs; Hugh Meet At Hooks HomeThe I mission.
"1I'OeI'I'SN.QK.Ul44!: ( Branch, vocalist
(a) Total demand I The possibility of Sakser losing TAM"A. IBRUARV 2.13
deposits J7T443.B83.7] The reception will be in the fellowship -
'b) Tout Ume tor- Beta Omicron sorority of his airport directors job was re-
,.(. hall of the church. No CASMXK1A Pf/MTF
and savings, Beta mote, since Weaver said he refusedto -- I
Sigma Phi chapter met at thehome INVASION-FlI
'deposits '''.361.. mat invitations are being issued
Otbet L1abIU"i ...:.J....._ 2ueU2 but all friends of the couple are.invited of Mrs. Rita Fay Hooks with serve on the committee If it 1st BIG WEEK I r FES'2'- 7R

tof both the weddingand Mrs/: Hooks president, presiding meant talking about firing Saksef.
TOTAL LIABILITIES ------8,031.080.04 He .C.A. ChampionshipRodeo
CAPITAL ACCOUNTS ception.Mr. It was announced that a few cook: was assured by Chairman r
Capital: (la) Oomonon stock: .. ... books' are still available and Lake Lytal and Commissioner Van & .exciting performancssl I
may PLUS 4
total value $300,000 200.000 till
Surplus __._<-........ 250.000.00 : and rMs. Erwin Sprowla of be obtained through any, of the I I Kessel that firing' Sakser- was not Auto Races-IMCA
Undivided profit ...__.. 10U21. members.Mrs. the question.
Buffalo, Ky., are the guests of lit Car Auto Races Feb.

TOTAL CAPITAL their son-in-law and daughter Mr. Barbara Shirley reported I h __, 3-6--10-13 at 1.30 p.m.
ACCOUNTS .._..__.. 333.93103 '
and Mrs. Marvin Crady. Mr. that a Founder's Day dinner will SHRINE GYMKHANA

TOTAT.CAPITAL LTABILTrrea ACCOUNTS: AND'$8,383.017.11 Crady's father, Albert Crady of be held April'30 at the Holiday Inn I Deaf Man Perfects U9( p.m. Feb.2

MEMORANDAAssets Lynn, Ky.., is also a guest. in BeUe GladJ. The program "You 2nd BIG WEEK I- KB. 813

pledged or assignedto and Your Audience" wan presented' The Florida Slats Fair'sSWIMGIN
for secure other liabilities purposes (and Including by Mrs. Kay Korbly who ended the Midget Transistor SHOW I
note and bills talk BOBBY VINTON I a
Or LANDOWNERS or by having each member record starring
rediscounted and securl PAHOKEE DRAINAGE DISTRICT performances, rain shine, oil
their voice on a tape recorder
ties with AidIf
Notice I* hereby given that pursuant
and seats covered. See-Hear Bobby
to repurchase) 1,434.000.00a then play It back.
to call of the Board of Supervisor ofFAIIOKE8
aboveJP sing such million record hits aw
( ) Loans as shown
The February 4 meeting will be -
"Mr. RacrHllue
are after deduction of annual meeting of the landowners of Lonely""Roses Are
valuation re.Prves'of ___. U1.8 G.1IO I FAHOKEE DRAINAGE DISTRICT. fort at the home of Mrs. Beth Elarbee you can hear people talk and on II"." and othenl
db1 :I' T. Moon Vice President and! year IMS. will be held at the office with Mrs.
Kathrine can't make out
; of the above-named bank, do of said District in the Rardin Buildingat Cunningham as the words clearly, PLUS RICHARD HAYMANand
solemnly swear that this report of condition Canal !'oln'Palm Beach County guest speaker. then this will be your answer. An LINDA SCOTT
it! true and correct to the best of Florida on Mondsy. February S. 1903. a, extremely small See-Hear Dick play such oil-time
lib rrect-Attest belief. BOO: o'clock In the forenoon for the Hollows hearing aid using
purposes of: Mrs. L. J. y of Register, a tiny energized unit, has been perfected hits as "Ruby" -"Off Shore""The -

Julius T. Moon 1. Electing one Supervisor for a Ca. and her son Bill Holloway of by a man who himself Is High and The Mighty" -
( Lewis Friend term of three year and otftertiPlus
] Rupert Mock 2. Receiving annual reports and Statesboro Ga. were the recent hard of hearing and has been for Phil Humphrey with the
DUectors; taking such action with respect overnight guests' of Mr. and Mrs. over 10 ndrmen
I Martha M. McIntosh thereto as the landowner may years. With his new aid
.'State of Florid. County of Palm determine: and Paul Watson. even whispers are crystal clear.If ..*. $100 s..II Cat Wimt. AJmiltlHcktM.s.. it.UI .
i Becn. as: 3. Transacting such other businessas Interested It is .kougkf Ufvx*Nb. I. tly Sot Mch >.
Svrom to and subscribed before me may come before.the meeting. suggested you beet e1 3. Sal *.k.5 fx JJJO. Mail
this 2 tli day of January 1063. and I BOARD OF SUPERVISORS Buddy Lampl 'hu'retumed'to write HEARING 32 >E. 9th St., ..4.. .ctl.i. Special.al. price ...
hereby certify that I am not an offloar OP PAHOKJCE DRAINAGE the University of'Miami'following Erie, Pa' You.will lobby VMMM ....w tkk-H
DISTRICT receive full Information
-or director of this Yes MX't.OO..1I tic..ct0aM4
bank.wynette Sheffield BY Clarence W. Knecht a weekend visit 'with his parents.Mr. .I at no cost or obligation k-fera fob. I. for ell l..c..lt.* ioolOltieII
(NOTARY 8EAL) Notary Public President and Mrs. R. O. all 237.If|or 2M-473I.'*..<-M.Page .
lly commission expire AprU 9. 1M7, Publish: January 22. :29. 1M3. LampL what.toever.-Adv Jan 29. Feb 5 p

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on U.avings Bonds :, "

The Treasury explains why the new ones YOU buy and the ones

you own now are better than everQ

:How does 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 $18.76 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. H Bonds provide
Your savings increase faster, because Bonds income for living while E Bonds build a \
your .. "
nest for the future. That's why retired .
mature in just 7 9 months. egg many :
years people hold I{Bonds and families saving for, say, a .. \I -
With Series H Bonds, the 10-year maturity period ,child's education, buy E Bonds. w..tl"I 1 ,,'M
the but interest is each
stays same more paid you
tit months..With both E and H Bonds the'new.rate Q: In what denominations can I buy series B and series ", ,,. )
works out to 2H%for the first year and a'half; then H Bonds? ..' "
a guaranteed 4% each year to maturity.Q At B Bonds: $25 (cost $18.75), $50 (cost $37.50)), $100 .
: When did the new rate become effective? (cost $75.00), $200 (cost.$150.00), $500

A: June 1, 1959.Q (cost $ $$7,500.00) (cost $750,00)), .
$10,000 (cost ). : 11 It. ,
' : Does the new rate change the Bonds I bought before II Bonds: $500, 1.000, $5tOOO and $10,000. They .. .' I.:'
June 1, 1959 are priced at face value. '{; .J- '" :.. .
'Hi All older E and H Bonds pay more now-an extra "
Qt How safe U.S. Savings Bonds? :
h% from now on,when Held'to maturity.The: Increase ace a.r-i ..
takes effect in the first full interest period Ac Savings Bonds are an absolutely reJdc! way to,, :. I t"r ,
after June 1. save Tine United States Government uuaranteee ,.
the aah.value of your Bonds will not drop! that itcan ,
Q Will the Bonds I their ...
: own automatically earn new only grow. I'.M. '

rate? 4 What if mr Bonds should be lost, stolen or .. >", "
At Yea..You don't need to do a thin*-) .at hold on to ; '
Bonds. rtroyed 1.
At You can't be. Every Bead purchased is recorded '
Q 1 S Bonds mature, will they hap OG amiD by Treasury* If anything 'happens to yam'r'

;iD'ZrdtA ? Ifandsth.they are replaced-free. .

:Yes.AnautDma&J.O.nuo pdvDegewant Where. can I buy Bonds? '
into effect ateng.wltti fco new inert rate. nil
means yotaryBobdi wig&utomatkaIq keep tea AfBuyEB; <)p mgtter t&Ttmat tty. ....,Bar. :then! ajrtryryitinnlly through tbe friyrollBarings
Flap wheniyoa' W<< .This Elan means you
Cb With th.new In&erac rate, should I cash in in/ old auihAw'II17.ftaapeni you aaaae automatical vde- ..'; :
Bonds aril buy new CAM? dod! .' J. m.toy; '11 t. ;: .
At N.Th au&e.aUa W% fnnresM make $ tmoeotafe 1 I8mrm.* .art':delivered ,to''yott. &U to H
..,y-aBil.W aJi clietin17 fIlM itiemyoura+ ,too. Your beak wffl tabs yvag order dot Hk .

.to retain':youTpraeent+ Bonds.fcHow ( How do Kelp strentften Amcria's peace powet j'' .

.' are series H Boads different from series B __ I boy V.S.'Seringa. Bonds ',
Bond? At J Bead oats money-money' for military strength ,. ", ..
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1 A1U,.. nJ e IIJK1 theeS.In__ ..peIf! byZYmert sj keep our economy road, '', I

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Friday January 29. lK
Pap Four The Everglades New, Canal Point, Florid 3343

;: ribbon Holstein: Allen Webb,
awarded red ribbon. I
Local 4-H Members
AH blue ribbon winners in the one blue ribbon Guernsey: Wanda

I -- ; I to compete t Webb, one red ribbon Regis
Continued From Page 1) dress revues are eligible
held tered Guernsey: Allen Webb, two
to be
white ribbon for his PlymouthRock in the final revue I
rooster. Displaying only' on the stage at the east end of the blue ribbons. The Fitting Groom-

Rhode Island Reds, Nancy Harrington Agriculture Tent the last day ..-f Ing and Showmanship Award of
the show was won by Oren Bitting.In .
was awarded four blue rib the Fair Saturday Jan. 30 Granl
bons and six red and of the Open Cattle Show Orea
; her brother blue ribbon awards in the form
Ross three blue ribbons six red' rosettes wiH be presented to first Bitting received one blue ribbon,

and one white. place winners, one each in first, one Reserve Champion Award and
The the I and fifth 4-H one Junior Champion Award; Peg-
truly big moment at second, third fourth
blue ribbon and
Bitting one
gy one
Fair for the Canal Point 4-H Club I sewing groups.
red ribbon Susan Bitting red
; one
was the awarding of the PaLnj Canal Point 4-Hers also won several
Beach Rosette to the club as flrrt I awards in the 4-H Proje'tDemonstrations. t ribbon; and Larry Webb one red

place, blue ribbon winner of all In Mrs. Elmer) ribbon.In .
club exhibits. The theme of the !Maxson's Buttons and Bows group the District 10 4-H Show

exhibit that won Canal Point top | blue ribbons were awarded to Oren Bitting, showing White
honors was "4-H Advancing from Teryl Echols Cathy Maxson and Dutch Belt, again came up with

Pioneer Days to Space Age." I Cindy Hewell; and a red ribbon to some top winners, garnering one
Julia Van Landingham. In Mrs. Grand Champion Award one Junior
ri % t9 Of the 19 Canal Point 4-H girls I Ray Ursry's Rebelettes group blue Champion Award and two blue

participating in the dress revues ribbons were received by Nancy ribbons. His sister, Peggy Bitting,
18 were awarded first place blue I the
41 Harrington, Junior leader and Glen. showing same breed was not
ribbons and one a second place red
far with one Reserve
nie Tret; and a red ribbon by Ra
ribbon. In the Buttons and Boro blue
lena Ursry Ernest Browning also Champion Award one ribbon
group, blue ribbons were awardedIn and the
one ted ribbon Fitting
was awarded a blue ribbon for hU
the revue to Lavada Lang, OlivU Crooning and ShowmanshipAward
4-H demonstration which was
> Stapler Brenda Browning, Cindy
under Mrs. of the show. Other Canal
X Hewell. Diane Blackwell I spons- Point 4-H winners were Allen
Juua.1 orship.
VanLandingham. Wanda In cattle exhibits awards were Webb, Holtsein. one red ribbon,, and
cock and Teryl Echols, first year I made In three different shows. Ini j Guernsey, two blue ribbons; Walter
sewing class members; Cathy Max Webb Brown Swiss, one blue
/ the Dairy Youth Show awards in
/ son, second year; and Peggy Bit :
the White Dutch Belt classification ribbon and one red ribbon; Larry
s ting, fourth year and Junior leader.In .
Webb. Brown blue ribbon
were received by Oren &:ting, one
41j ; the Rebelettes group blur : blue ribbon and grand champion: I and one red ribbon.

/ I ribbon were awarded to Kathy : Peggy Bitting two red ribbons: .
Jones, second year sewing class I and Suzan Bitting one blue ribbon

MISS JOYCE MARILYN BOWEN member; Patrice Hoyle, Kay Hall and reserve champion Jersey Miss Dorthy Tucker and Miss
and Ralena Ursry, third year, Dickie I iStrayer, blue ribbon and Judy Hicks of Miami were the
Brenda Maxson, Lillian Suns ,and grand champion Registered Jersey weekend guests of Miss Tucker's
Miss Joyce Marilyn Bowen Will Marry Pamela Ursry, fourth year; and : Walter Webb, red ribbon -- parents, Mr. and Mrs. Duke Tucker

Warren Repper In Stanton, Ky. On Feb. 6 Nancy Harrington, fifth year and Brown Swiss: Larry Webb. one and attended the Palm Beach
junior leader. Glennie Trett was blue ribbon; Walter Webb, one blue Playhouse Friday night.

Mr. and Mrs Delimit Bowen of from Pahokee High School, wherehe .
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Stanton, Ky., announce the engagement was active.In Future Farmersof .
of their daughter, Joyce America activities The year he
Marilyn, to James Warren Repper, graduated he received from the
Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Rapper National FFA organization Its .

Sr., of Canal Point highest award, American Farmer "t :- : ...
Miss Bowen Is of Degree, for outstanding achievements
a graduate ._, .. .... ..
Okeechobee High School, and Is in the field of agriculture.He #t' : '
now attending Eastern Kentucky is presently a rancher, cane ,, ,., :: ;.: : 1r'

State College, Richmond. Ky. grower and vgetable farmer, with ,
Mr. Repper graduated In 1959 operations In the Canal Point area. ; .r.; t
As avocation Mr. is an .
an Repper .
Your : .
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automobile racer, who has won .
more than 200 trophies with his .
racing car, "Old Trouble," In state :. For '. '. ;

and'.national drag-racing competl. i you. ..t

tlon.The wedding will take place at 1, : ".Jo you can express yourself. '

6 p< m..Saturday Feb. 6. at the : ;
Baptist Church In Stanton Ky. No. And : : '
'VT' make
formal Invitations will be issued. / \ :.
All friends and relatives of the '
:' ljr' couple are Invited.Assistance. : And change them at the last minute. w ,


Given } ,. And find out things. :

r' '. And the word '
/ Victims of Fire : pass along. 4t.

And stay in touch.

Emergency assistance In the

amount of 1091.53 was given last (What else that costs so little helps you do so much?)

week by the Palm Beach Chapterof

the American Red Cross to 25 r w,
persons in Pahokee left homelessby
-V a fire which occurred in the 4

early hours on Monday in the

Negro area. I U' "
Five month old Luwanda Ann

Chlldera, daughter of Walter, Jr. ':{ t., "" ,
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and Peggy Chlldera lost her life In .. << f
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See : '
the early morning blaze that destroyed \ A
two frame structures at '?'' ) f
: 283 Adams St. and 295 Amarilla : -t1, : t. t i
ff/ dfJlllJltst : Ave: V U 1 .. ... ,%:"
A few hours after the fire :' t !.t- z9. .
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cured :Miss Katherine t1('IA': e. r"
: Jr//ltottllds t' <
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director of Services to Military .:i { ,:-4:'< --1" .. jvp
Personnel from the West Palm ,ik J I' '

/ Beach office, met with the homeless l;: : '"."YMI':j o .
i victims at the Glades Office '
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Building On Wednesday she completed ,. :. ,'. .
DAILY DOUBLE the interviews at the City ,.J\ "'f ffj :r <' .. :
1 lit & 2nd RACES Hall in Pahokee. Aid In the form :i, J' ...,,. .,, .
S QUINIELAS of orders for food, clothing, mini- ,, .'.,:,( $#-..: r""
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household furnishings and ''k> .
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eye glasses (needed for working) I ,. \ .. : ; :.] : /"
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Miss Dlenemann was \, :::- .", ; was given. ; ,x.
"BIG Q" ON LAST assisted by William Shearin of ,-, .... :;'?)o,. h, <" :,I''ud..' '. w

2 RACES West Palm Beach, usually assigned >; .
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.' ADMISSION lit to first aid and water safety, \ : ;: : ; / if ,

FREE PARKING and local Red Cross volunteers.
More assistance was available
LUXURIOUS than when only one or two familiesare
CLUBHOUSEPOST affected since a six-family fire
constitutes a "disaster" and additional -
8 WI
funds can be secured from
the 'national Red Cross organization.
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:Miss Carol Hatton has returnedto
her studies at F. S. U. In Tallahassee .
I following, a weekend visit @ Southern Bell ,i ;;

with her parents, :Mr and :Mrs. Bob .. ." ...SirviaYi
NOW APRIL 28 Hatton. .. ..


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Friday. January 29, 1963
Tha Everglades New, Canal ..... Florid 5431 l'aco no.I .
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I I PERSONAL 1 Mary Miss Lou Yvonne Varnadoe Thompson, both and students Miss I rI r- -
NOTES of spending Stetson their University semester, Deland break are as

I guests of Miss Thompson's parents

Mlaa Kathleen Spencer of Miami I Miss Verlon Jones of Hunting Mr. and Mrs. Joe Thompson.

Springs spent this past weekend I don College, Montgomery, AlL, is FlIP Trooper and Mrs Ronald
with her
parents, Mr. and
Mrs.! the guest of her parents, Mr. and Prekup and family of Stuart wr
Jack I
Mrs. Elmer Jones this week. the Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs

Miss Raybeth Gray of FSU, Tallahassee Mr. and Mrs. Pat Elliott and Leo Wroten and family.Mr. .

spent this past weekend daughter, of Gainesville were the and Mrs. J. P. Parker and
as the guest of her parents, Mr. weekend guests of his parents, Mr. son Ricky were the Sunday guests
and Mrs. R. L.
Gray. and Mrs. Jess Elliott. I of her mother, Mrs. Groover In

Miss Wilma Lou West Palm Beach.
Cooper returned Mrs. Jean Brown Perry has Join
to her studies at F. S.; U. In Tallahassee ed the
faculty staff of Pahoke? Mr. and Mrs. Jim Gifford and
,following a weekend visit I Elementary school where she Is replacing family visited Mr. and Mrs. F. P.
with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Kay Korbly as a sec I Burr In Miami where Mr. Burr ia a r
Earl Cooper. ond grade teacher. patient at Doctors Hospital.Mrs. .

Mrs. ,James King has returned Howard Holman, Pahokee and M. F. George plans to spend
to her home in Gainesville following Wendell Wells, Belle Glade were this weekend with her brother and

a weekend visit with her parents business visitors In Waynesboro, sister-in-law, Mr. aud Mrs. Stalls
Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Jon s.Hr. Ga. this past weekend.Mr. in Miami.

and Mrs. J. H. Catoe have and Mrs. Harvey Batchelor Mrs. John T. Pickett spent this

returned to their home in Lancaster had as their house guests this past past weekend in, Delray where aha

S. C., following a visit with his i week, his sister, Mrs. Irene John- visited her daughter, Miss Betty Credit Group Has recreation supporting In fishing Florida research through con-and

brother and family, Mr. and Mrs. on of Blakley, Ga., and Mr. and Lou Pickett. All Time Record Hi"The servatlon and Improvement of fishing

Frank Catoe. They were accompanied Mrs. Jim Howell Ritchey of Colquitt Mrs. Earl Maxson has returned resources. For that reason, wa
home by his mother who Ga. While here they also to her home from Everglades. Memorial Farmers Production Credit are happy to have a part in the
has been the guest of her son for visited Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Batch Hospital where aha had Association reached an all.time annual event for the fifth year. We

several months. elor been undergoing, tests for several high in credit service to agricu hope It will be as entirely success
rut as It has been In the first four
-- ture by extending $17.526,00000 i In
9 > short and intermediate-term credit i
; to 290 farmers and ranchers in the Rev. Lawrence Stewart attendedthe -
i association's territory during the
Executive Board meeting of
calender year 1964," Chas. B. Long, I
the Palm Lake Association at the
Jr., general manager of the association
X. First Baptist Church in West Palm
reported this week.

1 i The association Is a farmerowned Beach Tuesday., i

A Phone 924-5511 Pahokee Phone WY 6-2550 Belle Glade :!. serving and operated farmers credit and ranchers cooperative of Miss Connie Slngletary has returned
to her studies at FSU laTallahasse
Broward, Collier, Dade, Martin,
T SALES and SERVICE Monroe, Indian River, Okeechobe following a weekend
visit with her parents, Mr. and
and St. Lucie Counties with the
v Heating Air Conditioning ,Appliances .l Mrs. Ray Slngletary.or .
principal office located at Mlam ... .
and Branch offices In Vero Beach,
) > ) Belle Glade and Immokalee.
"The association's all-time hig
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loan volume for the year 1964 wa

1681 percent more than for 196 yClassified _
and Included service to 32 new

farmer-rancher,.members" according .. ,
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to Mr. Long."In .
cools in I
warms In"WINTER keeping with the cooperaUV

principles of the 'association, 131: ,- Ads

SUMMERTOTAL 45500 In dividends were, paid to
members during 1964. thus redueIng .
POSITIVELY all want ads or
the actual cost of the credit
classifieds as wish to caUthem
service, he added.
are payable in acSTJD t,from
Mr. Long said the Farmers, PeA,
his day forward. Don't phone 'em.
has extended $120,000,000.00 in Write it jid'drop a,dollar bill in
credit service since Its organization the envelope if you want It run
in 1933 and now has 12,000,240 once. $2 If you want it run twice
In member-owned capital an' and so on. .
1669,382.40 in accumulated earn
Ings. tVIlAT'S IN THE ATTIO that you
Officers and Directors of the associatlon don't need? A |1.00 classified adn
include1 liarry B. Matthews this column will probably find
of Kendall, President; GeoH. you sale. Just write- your ad en*
Wedgworth of B'll.Glade, Vice lose a dollar and we'll do the rest.
President; Walter Peterson olGoulds The Everglades News, Canal Point
Dlrctor; Jefferson Davis of
Homestead, Director; C R. Sexton SEPTIC TANK PUMPING AND
of Vero Beach, Director; Chas. B. REPAIR Service In Clewlston

Long, Jr., General Manager; J. South Bay, Belle Glade, Pahokee
Earl Davis, Assistant Secretary- and Canal Point Serving the
Treasurer; and G. L. Lanham. Assistant Glades for 20 yean. Phone 9240626. -

Secretary-Treasurer. H. L. Pitts, old Belle Glade
I road. St. Oct. 16-ch.U


Will Give $500,000 Style Meals. Inquire Shell Service
,> Station Canal Point or Can W4238 -
( clc 924-9403. N20tftrOtt
reversG-c or
TAMPA-The State Board of ,.
I Conservation and the State Game SALE New and Used WillysJeeps.

AIR-CONDlTlONINe ancj Fresh Water: Fish Commission. Walter Ashley's Oaragem
ELECTRIC 'have completed plans to conduct I Belle m&4ei 058.JV

: t 1 the fifth ,annual Schllts $500,000 Oct..' 17-M-tk.,
tfOW CHEAPEST TOO! Florida Fishing Derby which will
run throughout 196$. WANTED TO BUT ,Oft RENT!
The Derby Is the,world's most Two bedroom house ia Pahokee-
fuel odors. CHEAPEST : extensive fllh tagging operation, Canal] Point area. Would consider
Reverse-cycle central and window grime, or> J .
studies Id arge late model mobile horn.
carried for research
models now cost little more than too!...the recent $10 million electric conservation out of fresh and saltwater Boyd T. Vorhees, Jr., 398 N. Juniper

straight cooling units.So the heating rate reduction makes year- fishing resources, and improvement Avenue, Pahokee, Phone 924831. -

feature it practically a free bontaJ round electric air conditioning the I of Florida fishing opportunities. J22pd.
AH ar
biggest bargain ever. WANTED EMPOYMENT. Have
and the extra
You save space Com'
by the Jos. Schlltr Brewing completed enlistment In military
> and cool So join the hundreds of thousands '
cost of separate pany. service as aviation mechanic: and
of Floridians already enjoy The event will run for three
ing systems, since one compact eslre employment in mechanical
double bless months In each of our geographical or other field with opportunity for
this modem
in ing truly
unit does both cools sum rones in the state, opening Feb. 1, advancement Graduate of Pahoet -
winter ing.See your appliance dealer or Florida and closing la
.- mer, warms in in Southeast high school one year collee'e.are ,

:: SAFEST by far...nameless and air conditioning contractor today. North Florida Aug. 31. to 23, married, one child. Will "
Awards ranging from f23 In Pahokee by January 20. Boyd T.orheet. .
I". fumeleas. CLEANEST..no soot, $10,000 will be paid to cooperating ; Jr., 393 N. Juniper Ave..
..,' fishermen who return tagged and '
: ahokee, Phone 924-4831. J22pd
numbered fresh water fish to the
--tkh( /W fo flawless. Game and Firsh Water FUh Commission I

and salt water specimens INCOME TAX

Now cheaper than ever to GO ALL-ELECTRIC to the Board of Conservation .
through collection points at all J. Louie Carter
tbm to use it in combination with flame-type fuels. ,
Florida Schllts wholesalers.SchllU 2IH 8. DIXIE IIWY. "
President Robert A. Vlhlein WEST PALM BEACH :'.
f" LOll D A POWER t LIGHT CO.. P A N IHILHN9 said "We *eel the annual 832-5669 .

lUILD flOfilOA Schlitz Florida FUhlng Derby continues :
) to achieve Its purpose of

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Friday,January 59 1965
eZbi BfcorglsUMaN: ,:Cdnal Fotatr Florida 5S"3 ,.

Ir" =; ptTIieChuricsholy ;::; l i II 41 Pci.. .

Nativity First Baptist St. Mary's Catholic

Episcopal ChurchPahokee Church, Canal PointElder ChurchFather On Your SavingsLet

R. E. Barfleld Francis Fennech Pastor
Rev. L. Leasing, Vicar SUNDAY: Sunday Mass11:30: a. m. '
SUNDAY: 9:45: a. m.-Sunday School Confessions before. Mass saving become a habit here at Ever
10 a. m.-Sunday Scho 11:00: a. m.-Morning Worship -
11:00 a. m.-Worship Service 6:30 p.m.-B. 1. C. the
7:30 p. m.-Evening Worship. The Pahokee ChurchOf glades Federal You'll find that 4y2

TUESDAYS: The Nazarene
First Methodist 7:30 p. m.-Choir practice. percent added to your account every six
WEDNESDAY: Rev. Willard Kilpatrick
Church Pahokee
7:30 p. m.-Midweek Prayer 433 Bacom Point Rd. months will make it grow faster than
Service.THURSDAYEvery Phone 924-7528 P. O. Box 882
SUNDAY John: A. Brtley Pastor : other week SUNDAY SERVICES: you 'can imagine. Stop by today at the
I 7:30 p. m.-Ladles Auxiliary 9:45:>> a. m.-Sunday School
9:45 a. m.-Church School
11:00 a. m.-Morning Wonhip .Meeting.m> 11:00 a. m.-Sunday Worship Home office in Belle Glade or the
6:30 .
: p. m.-Juniors I
6:45 p. m.-KYJ" Glades Baptist Church 7:00 ,ni.-Sunday Evening '
7:45 p. m.-Rvening Worship -Evangelistic Service branch office in Pahokee. You will find
7:00 m.-Vesper Choir (Rev Jonathan L. Wolf) WEDNESDAY:
p both
courteous folks at placesto
UceWEDNESDAY Meets fat Pahokee Lions Club 7:30 p. m. Midweek Prayer pleasant,

7:45 p. m.-:Mid-week devotions SUNDAY SCHOOL Building 9:45 a. m. "Where meeting.you are a stranger but serve you. They will be happy to
PREACHING-11:00 a. a. and once"

8:30 p. m.-Senior Choir prac- 7:30: p. m. mum assist you in opening a savings account.
tice SUNDAY B. Y. F.6:30: p. m. Elaine Adams Will

... WED. PRAYER-7:30: p. m.
mttm> Wed Richard Weeks

First Baptist Canal Point
Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Adams of Everglades FederalSavings
Church Pahokee
Baptist Church 271 Carrlsa Drive, announce the

Gutbrie W. Colvard, Pastor Stewart; engagement of their daughter
Lawrence Pastor
Elaine to Richard Edward Weeks And Loan AssociationACCOUNTS
SUNDAY: son of Mrs. Harold Lockmlller
9:45 a. m.-Sunday School 9:45: a. m.-Sunday School
Winlock: Wash. and grandson of
11:00 a. m.-Morning Worship 11:00 a. m.-Morning Worship INSURED BY FEDERAL SAVINGS AND
J. G. Weeks Canal Point.
6:00: p. m.Evening Worship 6:30: p. m.-Training Union LOAN INSURANCE CORP.
Miss Adams is a graduate of Pa
6:45: p. m.-Training Union 7:30
WEDNESDAY: p. m.-Evenlng Worship hokee High School, class of 1964,
7:30 p. m.-Prayer Service 7:30 p. m.-Prayer: Meeting attended Palm Beach Junior College ]- Let Your Money Earn 4%% Payable
mt -It. and is now employed as a
dental sslstant for Dr. Richard
The Church Of God South Side ChurchOf Ames. Semi-Annually V

Of Prophecy PahokeeCanal ChristBelle Mr. Weeks is also a graduate of
Point Road Pahokee High School class of PAHOKEE: BELLE GLADEMrs.
Glade across from 1958. He recently completed two
John H. Klnard pastor Bowling Alley on Rd. 80 years In the U. S. Army and Is now
10:00 a, .-Sunday School 10:00: a. m.-Bible Study employed at J. G.-Weeks and Sons.A .
11:00 a. m.-Preaching Service 11:00: a. m.-Morning Worship June wedding Is.being planned.CLASSIFIED .

7:45: p. Evangelistic Service 6:30: p. m.-Evenlng Service -.4. : Adaline! Wroten, Mrs.: :Jennie for Charles. W. Perkle, father of '
8:00 p. m. Tuesday-V.LJJ. 7:30 p. m.-Wed Bible Study ADS PAY I
McKlnstry and Mrs. Jesse I Mrs. Glenn Abling in Clewiston,
8:00: p. m. Thursday-
Barnes attended funeral services Wednesday, Jan. 13,

Everyone welcome. Special music St. Peter's Lutheran __ ___ __ ___ __ .____A_________________ .__ _._______ ____ _
and singing.
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Church Of Christ I I August Koerber.Pastor .. .

I 601 W. Lake Rd., Belle Glade .. ., : .
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125 N. W. Avenue D SUNDAY:
Phone WY 6-3867 Divine Services 11 A. M. :;; ;
Belle Glade Fla. School 9:45 A. M.
I. i .
10:00 a. m.-Bible Study
11:00 a. m.-Morning Worship Church Of God, +" ,- .
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i light The Zhrergladea News, Canal Poiat, :Florida 33438 FrIday, January 29, 1180

into the same section of the Lake Principal beneficiary of the rail of an indemnity bond. JACKSONVILLE VISITORSMrs.
', Injunction Stops Okeechobee Region south of Lake 1-extension would be the new proces- The court included U. S. Circuit Viola Cross and Mrs. R. S
sing plant of A. Duda and Sons, Warren L. Jones and Dis- Berry of Jacksonville have been
Okeechobee.: Inc. The Duda company was an the guests of their niece Mrs. Alma
Coast Line SpurThe The ACL had been granted a intervenor in the injunction action, trict Court Judges Bryan Simpsonand Nall and their brother and sister-
certificate of public convenienceand siding with the ACL, and had asked William A. McRae, Jr.As in-law, Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Cross.
line following its decision was announced,
necessity to build the .
the federal
Atlantic Coast Line Railroadwas court to require an
Interstate Simpson suggested that attorneys -
a hearing before the Judge
indemnity bond of $160,000 of the
restrained from starting construction Commerce Commission.The in the case confer with nisi Mrs. Earl Scroggin has returned
FEC, if the injunction were granted. home after being called to Joans-
on Jan. 30 of a spur rail line would extend from the as to the fixing of an early date
boro, Arks by the death of her
line Into the truck and sugar cane ACL trackage now serving the The three-judge federal court for a final hearing on the questionof father.
growing area southeast of Belle Okeelanta Sugar Mill in Palm a permanent injunction.
which heard yesterday's initial .. .
Glade by a temporary injunction Beach County some six miles east
granted the Florida East Coast ward, then 2.5 miles to the north arguments In the case not only Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Bordeaux M, J. Sapp is a patient at Ever- ,I
Railway Company, a competitive and a 4.4-mile extension to the granted the temporary injunction, visited his brother in Ft. Myers glades Memorial Hospital following
road also wanting to build a line south. but declined to require the postingS Sunday. a heart attack this past week I'

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J Early and mid-season control with Phosdrin hits insects Close-to-harvest insect control with Phosdrin gives you an

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: always made PhosdrinInsecticide levels; between sprays. And, of course, acci Phosdrin gives you and your crop, and you'll! t

i"' ;, profitable for late-season use is now dental drift to a nearby field also disappears see why it pays to use Phosdrin all season. '
i -! ,:" protecting vegetables throughout rapidly. Phosdrin is available from your local insecticide :- "

p(' their growth. Her 's why: Phosdrin makes it easy to avoid problems- dealer under many well-known brand

it all season and close jo harvest. It's gone from names, or as a product of Shell. In liquid or

5- to 7-day spray schedules authorities the field a few hours after application. dust. .

;1 r THE recommend have changed the. role Shell Chemical Company, Agricultural ,
Complete control II(is economical I I '
of Phosdrin. With its rapid speed of kill and Chemicals I Division, 55 Marietta Street,
Phosdrin alone 1 ; protects I lettuce! tomatoes, N.\ Atlanta 3 .
near-perfect insect control I, Phosdrin is extremely Georgia.Alwajs
beans, peppers, celery J watermelons 1 ,eggplant I .
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schedules directJ 0s' *,
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even if resistant insects are present Phosdrin t <
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them wide & fi'
stops too. And it offers a margin *
(f.I 4 its fast disappearance eliminates problems. of safety to leaves and fruit of insecticide- ,- SHELL\l/ ". .

f'' ," t. Insects and residues both vanish sensitive crops like cucumbers and lettuce. I t21 '

t'G r. A Phosdrin spray cleans_up a broad spectrum A little Phosdrin goes a long way. As little Phosdrin'Insecticide J

/S 'J of insects in a matter of minutes-aphids, as U pound per acre is all it takes to end the '

i 'JU 1' mites, 1 loopers, worms, almost all destructive damage of most vegetable! insects:: Dosage A raOOUCI Of SMCU CHCMICAI. COMPANY

'J I. pests attacking vegetables] Because control is rates seldom exceed Vi pound per acre.Check .
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