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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: February 5, 1965
Publication Date: -1967
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Canal Point (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Belle Glade (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Palm Beach County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Palm Beach -- Canal Point
United States -- Florida -- Palm Beach -- Belle Glade
Coordinates: 26.861944 x -80.630556 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1924.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 44, no. 30 (Sept. 29, 1967).
General Note: Editor: Howard Sharp, <1924-1928>.
General Note: Publisher: Louis S. Goolsby, <1929>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 37 (Nov. 21, 1924).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
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Succeeded by: Glades observer
Succeeded by: Everglades observer

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Around The GladesBy Have At Big Sebring Attendance Will Founder Program Hospital Auxiliary Pink


( Paul Rardin) I Canal Point PTATh
SEEKING ern than 30 manufacturers
I Ladies Now Number
and builders of the fastest 99

ABOUT CHOPPIN' FODDER! road racing cars in the world i Canal Point PTA observed ___ ___ ._ _ __ _ _
Cane growers have a problem with have asked for starting positions: Founders Day at their monthly
the fodder and cane tops that re- for the Scoring 12-Hour Endurance I meeting Monday night, Feb. 1 at Former Resident Starting Feb. 1, a working sched
main in the fodder row following Race March 27 that covers more I the school. Mrs. Mildred Larrick Weds In GeorgiaMrs. ule for'the Pink Ladies of the
harvest of their cane: Heretofore, than 1,000 miles and requires the I gave the flag salute with Rev. Everglades Memorial Hospital ,
they have had no satisfactory machine skillful hands and minds ,of ,those James Baugher giving the opening G. Lawton Suns of Gainesville Auxiliary was set up for dally
to chop and distribute the who make up the most select fraternity I devotionals. Ga., and formerly of Canal I afternoon and evening duty, according -
tops. All that is history now. Earl I of speed kings. Announcement was made of the I Point, announces the marriage of to announcement by Mr*.
Stewart and the Glades Equipment With the teams requesting slots coming Area 6 conferences to be' her daughter, Mrs. Walter Faust Grace Maxson, president. Auxiliary
Company in Pahokee have a new : for approximately three to eight i I held at the Pahokee High School I Durden to Earl Dukes, Jr., both of members will serve as receptionists
machine recently manufacturedand cars to a team, race officials are on ,Feb. 23. In other announcements Gainesville, Ga. In the hospital building during
perfected by International faced with the dilemma of cuttingout I it was learned that the PTA Mr. Dukes U the son of Mr. and the afternoon and evening visiting.
Harvester Company that does the I a Ford GT, ,denying a Ferrari i county council will sponsor a play Mrs. Earl Dukes, Sr., of Norcross, hours.
job of chopping the fodder into starting space or holding to a minimum March 27, at 8 p. m. in the Pahokee Any member who la unable to be
fine pieces and distributing it even-, the, requests from other I High School \auditorium by the Ga.The wedding was solemnized In on duty as scheduled, because of
ly over the field. The working I; manufacturers. I Palm Beach Junior College Play J I the presence of the immediate families illness or some emergency, Is ,ask
parts of the new machine are few< Contrary to some other of the on Friday, January 29 in the ed to notify Mrs. Barbara Rosen
and rugged. A' good big tractor i?. road races the Sebring 12-Hour ers.On Feb. 18 at 6:30 p. m. a Founders : chapel of the First Baptist church berg, phone 924-7878, as far in advance
required to pull the chopper but ', Endurance Race, starting) at 10 a,1' Day banquet and dance will beheld I.with Rev. Larry Bauman of St. as possible, In order to fill
the job done by it is so far ahead m. and finishing at 10 p.: m.,is open i at the county council buildingin Paul Methodist church officiating.The in the schedule with a substitute.The .
of anything in the past that thereis I only to manufacturers and builders West Palm Beach. Those interested couple will make their home 99 charter members of the
no comparison. If you grow of cars approved by the F. I. A. I! in making reservations may, at 590 Holly Drive Gainesville, Ga.' Everglades Memorial Hospital
cane and have a fodder and tops call Mrs. Richard Murray in Bello -- -- .--- Auxiliary include Madarnes Norma
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problem it Can be solved and solved Glade by Feb. 13. I Aldrldg, Helen. :Brown Christine
quickly if you get in touch.wf'h I Mrs. James Baugher urged parents Few Vegetables Fraser, Tinkle :tason.' Lillian Pad
Mr. Stewart. The chopper and I! Hal Hunter Speaks I to remind their children to gett, Will la Moss, Alyce Tyson,
tractor under the expert: hands of j buy savings stamps at the schoolon I Here After FreezeThere Margaret Wilkinson. Shorty Dob-
Salesman Cracker :Spooner can doa Wednesdays. W. E. row, Doris Basser, Mae Magrlll,
Local Lions Feb. 15
splendid job in a short time. Hl'i program chairman Blackwell'l Frances Moore, Geraldine Atkins
demonstrations prove that. i on the growth and are few vegetables avail- : Catherine Sears and Lavlnla Park

Canal Point Lions will hear Rev. PTA makes'pn home, school and ,j able in the Pahokee and Canal er.
A I see where R. D. (Dick) Hill of Ha Hunter of the Northwoo-1 It community life. The scenes were ;Point area right at the present time Also fickle Arons, Helen Jean
West Palm Beach has been named cburctx--Jn.. West Palm enacted by teacher and .students.I,qn account of.,the MvereJfrtezVjOf., Boynjon, Susanna' Bennett' Cornelia
W; chairman- the auditorium com Baptist Mrs. Billy'ifuddle'was pianist a couple weeks ago. In the Belle I Chas6, Penny Clark, 'ThelmaCrady
mittee of the Greater West Palm Beach, on Monday night, February The room count award was givento Glad area harvesting of leafy>vegetables Lily Duke, Myrtle EchoJ,
15, according to officials of the local Easter Erickson, Lois Erickson,
Beach Chamber of Commerce. Mrs. Huddle's 4th grade. Mothers goes on regularly.Of ,>
Many folks in the Glades know civic organization. Rev. Hinter of Mrs. Henderson's 2nd grade course folks in this immediate Ludle Evans Margaret' "Fanjul
Dick Hill of the Florida Power and la a former pastor of the Pahokee were in charge of refreshmentsand section of, the Lake Region ant Rachel! Gist, dells! Band Marian
Light Company and they are of the I First Baptist church and it is possible arced the traditional Founders cutting celery and the price is Hatton Hilda Jensen Evie Keen
opinion that something will be done that---- several Pahokea Lions Day cake.Band. steady around' $2.50 per crat Ena Keen, Becky Kepp, Catherine
about an auditorium in WPB with I will want to bear his address. Hearts are bringing a little mono Kennedy, Marjorie Laks, Sally
him at the head of the committee., 1 Rev. Hunter will use for hIIl)1b., as they usually do. Mayo, Grace Maxson, Annette Mc-
Through the years he has done an I ject, "The New Baptist Junior Col Concert Will Cabbage Is bringing $1.25 pi Curdy, Bonnie Miller, Elena Minds -
outstanding job as the head of oth.1) lege" which is being planned foWest bushel and growers thought lln, Marjorie Mock, Zola Nagler,
er important committees and the I Palm Beach Gardens near Be Heard Feb. 7 price might go up a little following Donna' Plumer,. Marilyn Poteete
Palm Beach. Nearly all of the Baptist Eloise 'Unwin Ona Fay Unry. '
same sort of results can be expected the freeze but up until now thi I .
in the future. churches in, the West Palm bulletin out of Belle Glade show, Kathryn Rardin, Alice Ramey .
Beach area are actively backing Bandmaster Robert O. Lampi's only the low price quoted. Inez Reeves, Sharon Richardson
I've been reading about a new the project and many of the pastors 52-piece Pahokee High School I In the Pompano area what few Evie Roberts, Sue Rocelle and Mar.
vending machine for gasoline that. are explaining the possibilities Band will present the first of a : beans there are left are bringingthe Ian Sanders .
.1) of the college before different civic series of free winter concerts in th. I grower from $5.00 to 6.00 per Also Kay Simonds, Bernice Sim
have Greenville
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up clubs in the county. high school auditorium Sunday', hamper and corn is available at ORIOn, Alice Spooner, Louise
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Tenn. The pump-machine will Next Monday night February 8, Feb. 7, starting at 8:80 p. m. ThereIs I I $3.80. Stanley, Paula Story, Barbara
take quarters, half dollars and one I the program will be devoted to Boy no charge of admission. The --i .... -'-i Shirley, Addle Thompson, EuU
dollar bills-seven of each for a Scout,dub work in the area and n public Is invited. I Tlllis, Ruby Tucker Linda Ter
total of $12.23. If the gas pump speaker well versed in the subject Included Jn the program I.Whear' la I Heart Ball Will Haar. Mutt Wilson, Hilda Wilkinson
machine refuses r will appear before the Canal Point "Czech Suite," a required I Doris Wetherlngton, Esther
runs dry the your
Lions. Class CC bands* both I Hundley, Louise Latham Alma
money. When the attendant arrives number for DC Held On Feb. 27Mrs.
each morning he can switch the I at the 2965 district;band contest to I Nall, Connie Rodrlquex. Nell Hoi-
>. .0<;', machines back to manual operation be held In Pahokee, the third weekin I Ion Carol Mdntosh,. Blllle Shirley,
I .m,a ..second or two. Now, if they March, and at the State Band Sam N. Knight, Chairman Edythe Smith Sarah -Vann, Gethle
. :: dust'#rtectone: to'waah'the wrndi Funeral ServicesInHazelhurstGa.: Contest (southern division): in Miami of the fourth annual Glade Heart Friend. Ruth Dobrow..Sheila Ames
'shield .everything will be hunky- the second..weekto May. Ball, today announcestheJ3all'will Maude Cross, Bernie.. Sheppard,
dory. l The band will also play in the bt held at the New holiday Inn on Mildred Lavender, Georgia Frlck -
______ Sunday concert "Pride and Glory" Saturday February 27th from 9 Alys Okie,'Ethel: Johnson, Kansas
... Holiday Inn. built at a cost of .-Yoder; "With Flags Unfurled". p. m. to 1 a. m.Joe SIgmonds Palm Todd Laurie Justice Barbara Ros
$400,000 in Belle Glade will be Funeral services were held 'inHazethurst Darcy; "Emblem of Unity March" Beach Orchestra will furnish music enberg, Marion Bleech, Vlrgie Mc-
opened for business on February Ca., Thursday after Richards; "Arkansamba"- for the gala affair. A buffet breakfast Call, Becky Howard, Annie Jones.
24, according to a statement by officials noon for Orion Cavada Roland' 68, er; "Autumn Leaves" i- Kosma: will be served to all Heart Frances Vorhees Doris Carter and
of the operating company. who died suddenly at his home in 'Merry' Men Selection-"Thomas; Ball guests following the dance at Jeanne Stringarl. And the Misses
The Inn is immediately north af Canal Point Sunday afternoon as "Down by the Riverside"-Walters the Holiday Inn dining room. I Ellen Morgan Penny McKlnstry,
Glades General Hospital and across the result of a heart attack. Mr. ; '"Roaary"-Nevin., "Boys of One of the highlights this year Alice Joy Wilson and Kathy WU-

SR80 from the National! Guard Roland was a farmer and with Syracuse" medley arrangementby will be the crowning of the "King son. .. .
Armory. Warren Spain for many Mrs. Roland had spent the winters Yoder; "So What! =Black; and Queen of Hearts"-Mr. and
years a star pitcher with the Milwaukee .. in Canal Point for the past 35 'True Blue March"-King. Mrs. L. V. McClelland of Canal IUIRTHUAY PARTYMr
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Braves and now with the years. They also had a home fn Also "Rhumbabalita" Yoder; Point both of whom have had and Mrs. James H. Wilkins
N. Y. Meta is one of'the stockholders I Georgia near Glenwood where they "Civil War Suite" Walters; heart surgery. Senator Jerry son Jr. entertained at their home'
along with a group of Belle spent the summer I I"Peace and Freedom March" Thomas, President of Heart Association Friday night with a hamburger fry
Glade business men. Spain is ex- Survivors included the widow'i] Darcy; and "The Star-Spangled of Palm Beach County, will honoring their son, Jimmy, on his
of :Mrs.. Jack Banner" Fillmore arrangement. do the honors. 12th birthday. Guests attending
pected for the opening and he I I Mary who to a sister _.. I
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hopes to bring along Mickey Man Pope in Canal Point and one brother -'I Mrs. Knight announces the following enjoyed a variety of outdoor
tle and Casey Stengel Should be a O. A. Roland of Atlanta. Ga., HAS HEART ATTACK will assist with the Heart games. Mr. and Mrs. Wilkinson
big day. : and one sister Mrs. Vivian Mibs of;. Mrs. J. B. Elliott, former ,.e..I Ball: Decorations: Mrs. William were assisted by Mr and Mrs. Ray
.A. Brunswick Ga. I I dent of Pahokee recently suffered a f fI Rhodes, Chairman-Mrs. Lee Ber- Hawk, Jr.
PATTERSON CIRCLE I Local arrangements were under heart attack while visiting her son'' rybill Mrs. Murray Weeks. Mrs. ... .
The lone Patterson circle of the,' the direction of Wetherin ton Funeral .I I and daughter-in-law, Mr. and :Milton. Burry :Mrs.. George Tucker I Mrs. Leonard Dobrow has returned
Canal Point Baptist Church win Home in Pahokee where the Mrs. Thonras Elliott In Grove Hill and Mrs. Kenneth Mclntoah. to her home after spending
Meet Monday Feb. 8 at the church.,. body was viewed by friends on Ala. Friends wishing to send card Tickets' Mrs. Ercel Minion, several week in St Mary's. Hospital
Mrs. C. B. Jones win be in charge. I I Monday before Wing taken to I I may address them to P./ O. Box 612, Chairman, Belle Glade; Mrs. Jimmy West Palm ,Beach. She I*
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I County AttorneyResigns NetrGarbageDeal
Randy Wilkinson enjoyed h&
r 16th birthday with a party and

His Job ,Given Final OkehThe j ace given him by,his parents,

Mr. and, Mrs. Charges Wilkinson,

County C Commissioners! Monday. Glades Sanitation Co. was his grandmother, Mrs. W. G. Hull
and his aunts, Mrs. Richard Nason,
fon al -with regret franchise for
gave acceptance granted an exclusive
Elite: Wilkinson Mrs. WauadeBarnes
Mrs
Johnston-' ty e resignation attorney of Harry garbage and trash pickups In Uw and Mrs. W. R. Wilson. Approximately
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V county Unincorporated areas near Canal 150 guests attended..
his -
Johnston presented resignation
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at an ajmuifstrative meetinglast Point and Lake Harbor Monday,

week saying he was giving up "The company petitioned theIoard
the county Job in order to devota for the franchise after purchasing VJII ': VII'.uII.\UII"'UII: UII'.Y.JIIWII.\LIII..VlII1l.ll
more time to private practice. two pick up routes which I

The Rardin fcuil&ing( In 'Can i'I Point, Florida Commission Chairman Lake previously served the area
Lytal read 'a 'prepared statement The South Florida Sanitation
TOE LAKE OKEECHOBEE REGION HOME Of} lauding JOhn tOI\'S long tenure trs Co, identified as a company doing ,PRINCE THEATRE

TILE 'V" GLADES NFWS heal! at the.'county's, legal ,staftnoting ;jgarbage! and trash: ,pick ups in
that: throughout! the years, Belle Glade expressed interest' 'Inthe PAIIOKEE, FLA.
because of take"Harbor-Canal Point area,
the county
: !Swing the take bkeechbbee'bjaniingxgion'WithoutInterruption ohnston'p -
ability, "has never been in' but the county commission said
Every Week for 40 :Years difficulty. since no formal application for SUNDAY, JHONDAY, ,TUESDAY

Established March 11, 1924 Published Every'Friday He said Johnston is recognized franchise had been made it would FEBRUARY 7-8-9

l Subscription Price $2.00 Year In AdvanceThe throughout' the state as the dean not delay, !approving: a franchise The Americanization
of county attorneys. for the Glades Sanitation/ Company.
Everglades News Is Entered at the Post Office &
In Canal Point Florida, as Second Class Matter Lytal recommended that the 'Of Einily"STARRRINIO
commission 'name Henry Lllenthal, BACK TO COLLEGE

Paul "Rardin _. Owner, Editor, Publisher assistant county attorney as John I

ston's successor, but action was delayed Kirby Mole, and Buddy Culber- JULIE ANDREWS AND
: at the suggestion of CoinI I son have returned to their studiesat
GARNER
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missioner George Warren 'Arkansas AiM following a visit
Here Is What Transpired At Monday'sMeeting :
asked that ah administrative with their parents ilr. and Mrs

:1 Of The Palm Beach ing,be'called,next week to meet-I W.1 G.Mole and Mr. and Mrs. W. P. .
new county attorney. Culberson. 1I,.' !i.Wil.r.V..I'U.'I'.v:1! :

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experts engaged In la 'lengthy, ll':dollars are being spent on non-ex- .. I <.

come times heated discussion Mon istant yellow fever. She protestedthe :X ,-, 1. t ....
I use of DDT, saying it not only ., r Jt r ,.I.t
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day on the merits of DDT and -
kills birds and plants but ,that it ia 1%

other'The discussion pesticides.was brought about also injurious to humans.Representatives of .the spray ;|z!; Phone 9245511Pahokee Phone, WY 6-2550 Belle Glade Q t.

by a mosquito control program program countered that the chemicals
now being carried.but in the countyas being used are in such diluted fa SALES and SERVICE

a means of controlling yellow form that they are not harmful to ',s

fever mosquitoes. The control pro birds and plants. 4> Heating Air Conditioning Appliances
gram Is a 'Joint project of Federal They explained that the present 4 "
State and County health units and is outlined and "' .. .. ..". ,. ,. A *. ... .. '. .. .'...' 1'
'the program one ap- ........}<.< < < < -.t..v..t.{ <>*, *t* < *.. < :*<*.t..y..t" : (* >4i ,
county's mosquito control de- proved by the U. S. Public Health!

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I Speaking for the Audubon Society proved only after a pilot study had .
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the 'audience charged that the mo- The commission listened but : :

'fequito spray,program was killing I took no official action explainingthat Electric lr: .I' : irrigationMsfft '
birds and plants and asked the the board was without authority r ;

"commission to stop the pr to intercede.The _. ;
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Mrs. Paul Dreher
opposition said it would hoi

:'the1 opposition, said further discussions with a }Jayman'2 tost..it 1 ;Days!
Ing done without the consent of committee representing the control ,
'property oWners. She further Itat-I program In an effort to achieve fl
ed there' was no yellow f cutback in the'spraying program

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Calling Shower Lot Gearing Bill 1R

''For Elaine Hurt
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i Sought In New LawThe r
1lfiss Alice Elaine{ 'Hurt' bride

elect of Don Thompson'was honored t
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with a calling shower Friday, Palm Beach County Commission \
Jan 29 the gave formal approval to Iti
at home of Mrs RobertL. '
Hatton. 2271 Bacotn Point Road proposed legislative program this .
week which includes a special bill 'y '
Receiving :guests with Miss Hurt I _
; to clean vacant lots and have costs: .
and Mrs. 'Haltoti were the hono.'ree' ...,
of,the clearing! assessed against the
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motier'Mrs. Richard F. Hurt rO
property.
and the groom elect'mother' Mra.
Juanita Sullivan, whom Commissioner{ George Warren
an of wore
asked that the lot clearing'b111"bf.
orchid corsages. ''patterned after Beach
a Defray
Hiss ShAfon\Vatson
was at tIi'guest 4 '
book.'Tli'e rdfreshment'tAble city ordinance .which he_said had 0 z
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' ;rks 'With worked ,successfully .in that com /
laid "a White:linen hand!*

"ihade 'cloth' imported" from 'Port-' munity.He asked. that 'the bill .include CREATE 'OUR OWt I Uh IN"'tIVHE'1I .
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'tigal and featured a footed crystal
bowl) of 'pink rosebuds and crystal cara.provision for removal of junked \ YOU NEED IT ..' t'I':

candelabra 'I, '
*nd
'pink tapers.
The board ,
was advisedly County
The htoteiseli Were'Mrs.
: Hatton.Irs '
11> lu gO'Bd .'Mi s. l Huglx Bronchi, Engineer.,.departMent Georg Frost that.thesheriffs ; haspecesa'ary EIe tdcally.ptunped irrlgaQQn} :, !; ;

&rs. Robert C. 'Hatt ft, (rs. W.H alreadyJ ecgiupmei lt
authority for the remoV- Ji iipjoves farm'yieldsand i It::
Mrs. ,
;tCemp
tt; : X M Lair, Mrs. Josh t'
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Rogers, 1lr Robert TSfrh6nsoh; .lot'3un'ked autos. "H, said.thesheriff's profits. Ends drought worries':

.- t&Crs. Watson, Mrs. :J6e fi. department Said the only in : t
Corley reason,it had not taken ,the ojy spells. and '
up .
--n ompa n and Mrs. Don Zaccag'hino '
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Their gift to Misa Hurt was a do authority the was the lack of funds< to .. > helps protect crops during ,.
job. '
toaster. ,- cold :sn ,
i jig ps. '
The commission referred the .:

-- ..- -- ____ I junked auto problem to Attorney .
: Harry Johnston for study and conference Even in normal Weather it pays' off during critical j\ i' r ;
Deaf Man with the per
Perfects sheriff to deter
I iods of growth-the time :
when
mine the commission's position in plants need extra stimulation ,

Midget Transistor the matter. ,..\ t in order to thrive and ,produce the greatest yield. '.. "
Having spent nearly $10,000 remodeling '
\ |Modern irrigation is just another of the )' '
an airport building for :: many jobs that i

r llearing'Aid use as a mental health clinic, thecounty I :t Reddy does best on the farm and in the home -

commission decided Monday _, .. m'fUHIlTTtr
) and
.,r'" (: quickly cheaply!
to approve spending another l.J
If you can hear people talk andcan't $1,000 for heat and air condition .". I, ;
make out the words clearly : 'i.. :* .:\
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then this will be,your answer. An ing.County Commissioner E. F. Van '"

extremely small hearing aid using Kesscl, said he would attempt to "" r ". I I rHER '$ NO MATCH _. ..I' .:.,I '
:a tiny energized unit, has been perfected get the Mental Health Associationto : '
SO PLAMECESS .
.'. by & man who himself Is pay the $4,000 If not that per- > '' : .

hard of hearing and has been for haps the county could provide the t\: ELECTRIC LIVING ,,T..,.
over 10 years. With his new aid funds and the association could : lllt \'

:-+even whispers are crystal clear, pay It off in the form of rent for ,.'.; !
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Erie Pa. You will receive full Information Mr. and Mrs. Paul Jenson C0MP'ANYj. '-1\', '
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at no cost or obligation Jupiter were the Sunday guests, of HllflNO BUILD.. FLORIDA '
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Q:How does the new 3/% interest rate benefit me? check every six months for the life of the Bond
Ar With Series E Bonds the rate turns $18.75 into You buy E Bonds at 75% of face value and the
$25.00 fourteen months faster than the old rate. interest accumulates to maturity. H Bonds provide ,.
income for living while E Bonds build a *
Your savings increase faster, because your. Bonds expe
mature.in-just 7 years, 9 months. nest egg 'for the future. That's why many retiredpeople
hold Ii[ Bonds and families saving for; say, a
With Series H Bonds the
10-year maturity period .child' education, buy E Bonds. v >; -
stays the same but more interest is paid you each .,
months.With both E and H Bonds the new rate Q:In what denominations can I buy saris. B and series
p works out to 2 for the first year and half;.then H Bonds? ,
a guaranteed 3/c each year to maturity. At E Bonds: $25 (cost $18.75),$50 (cost $37.50)), $100 \ '
Q: When did the new rate become effective? (cost $75.00)), $200 (cost $150.00)), $500 :'
A: June 1,1959. (cost $37 .OO), $1,000 (cost $750.00), < r. .
$10,000 (cost $7,500.00). '
Qi Does the new rate change: the Bonds I bought before H Bonds: $500, $1,000, $5,000 and $10,000. They I r clare v-v"
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I [ PERSONAL: :-NEWS NOTESMrs. s ] Takes Larson TALLAHASSEE Public Sudden Servant unexpected Death-I I I..ttftfflftffiftfflftBiftJ. SPECIAL RUNNING ON"MUTINY I ,_'


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and tragic death of State Treasurer -
J1.: E. Carter of Jacksonville I Mrs. Earl Maxson is a patient in J. Edwin Larson has robbed

spent this past weekend as the Good Samaritan Hospital, West Florida of one of its outstanding
guest of her brother and slster-ln- Palm Beach. public servants. It also means that
law: ;'''Mr. and Mrs. M. D. Gelger another veteran has been lost to '
Mrs. Kate Branch and Miss Glen- ,, ,
.',Mr. and,,Mrs. Joe Scroggin and da Carr of Pompano spent this past the State Cabinet. :
I their 1 ,grandson Scotty of Lake weekend visiting: Mrs. Branch'ssons Four''years ago Floridians were
surprised at the unusual situationof
YTjprth were the Saturday guests of and their families, Mr. and
taking Wednesday -
two new cabinet members
Mr-.,and Mrs; R. J. Maxson and Mrs. Julian Branch and Mr. and
were!.:accompanied home by his Mrs. Hugh Branch.Mr. office at the same time. There February .
had been few changes in cab- )
fatherC.:.Y. Scroggin who has been very
and Mrs. Dow Echols left inet posts during previous years.
visiting-Mr: ,land Mrs."'Maxson.for
Saturday for a visit with relativesin The changes saw Tom Adams PRINCE
several,weeks.
Glenn, Ga. succeed R. A. Gray as Secretary of
\){ts Offo';Beech! was the week. State. Adams was the fifth man Ui
end"guest of,her son and daughter- J. L. McCall returned home this 80 years to take over that post. Box Office Opens M.
n-law;:;bra'and Mrs. David Bleech week from a two week visit with The same year Doyle E. Conner
In:'Ft: Pierce. his son and daughter-in-law Dr. took over the post of Commissioner Show Begins M.
and Mrs. James McCall in Atlanta, of the seventh oc
Agriculture,
,Bill Kennedy was able to return Ga. cupant of that office. "Mutiny On The Bounty" .
to his home Monday from Good (IN COLOR)
been
has returned to The rate of change has ac-
Mrs. Paul Tillery

I 8amaritatt4Io3pltal confined i following where a recent he was car her home following several daj'sI I Attorney celerated General since. The Richard elevation Ervin to of NOTE: One Show Nigh ! !
Till
visit with her daughter Sissy
accident. He will re-enter the hospital -
the State Court
While there Mrs. Supreme gave
In Ft. :Myers.
ery
I on Feb. 15 to undergo shoulder
James W. the
Tillery was the hbuse guest of Mr. Kynes appointment ZHiM
; surgery. as Attorney General. Kynes, in
'. 'I' and Mrs. Bill Rogers..
William 11 turn; was succeeded by Earl Fair- -
,S. Evans: has return
ed' to his home In Lexington, Ky., J. C. Mock Is reported to be Im- cloth due to the election victorylast Florida Fair Has State
proving from an Illness that has year. Now, the death of Lar- '
following a two week'visit with his Magician M. Roy Gets
parents, Col. and Mrs: W..S. Evans had him confined to his bed for the son means that,another new face
Other recent past week. will soon be seen at Cabinet meet
of Col. and
I guests TAMPA.Worldfamed magician CRA
Secretary
Mrs. Evans were Mrs. W. K. Settle Mrs. Guthrie Colvard ings.Only
and
Rev. Marvyn Roy known la the of
of Public said
Superintendent recently
and Mrs.William
Kirkman
i of Elk- in the Big Lake
ton, Ky., Mr. and Mrs. O. A. Mc- acted Association'as Judges Music Festival which Instruction Thomas D. Bailey and: trade as Mr. Electric, headline try blink

Arthur of Columbus, Miss., Col. E. was held at the First Baptist Chur Comptroller Ray' E. Green can bo daily shows in the Electrical Expo- up parts of

M. Vogel, Mrs. R. P. Hollis, Mrs. ch In Okeechobee Sunday after- listed as veteran Cabinet officer sition of the Florida State Fair Its that the

Martha McKeachie and Mrs. Har- noon. .. I running In Tampa Feb. 213. Cross diggingIs
riett Rice all ,of Melrose, Fla. CANAL POINT WSCS Mr. Electric will give four performances well '
Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Sanders of
daily in the Electrical
Mrs. W. E. Blackwell hostess
Mrs. Viola was -
Cross has returned
Ozark Ala., the recent guestsof of
were
Exposition auditorium and his act
to the Canal Point WSCS at
to her home In Jacksonville following his brother and sister-in-law,
their monthly meeting, Tuesday is supported by Ernie Lee and as
a visit with her niece, Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. R. W Sanders. other personalities of Tampa-St. Fred of the
night. :Mrs. Don Kepp, presided at
Alma Nail and her brother and I II Eugene Cooper has returned to the business meeting. The program Petersburg television station of Craw-

I sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Stetson University following a entitled "The Disciplined Life" was WTVT. presidentof
Cross. visit with his parents, Mr and Mrs. presented by Mrs. James Baugher. Assisted by his wife Carol, Mr. the of
I Earl Cooper. Refreshments were served to tho Electric uses m u c h electrical
Miss Mattie Bain left.Wednesday 16 members present following the equipment and devices in his act The in West
for her home in Coats, N. C., after Mr. and Mrs. Jack Spencer had: meeting.Mrs. which he has put on all over Florida Carrabelle,

several weeks visit with Mr. and as their guest this past weekend Europe on network television and Adams moving
; Mrs. Paul Rardin. their grand daughter Pam Whit in some of the tpp cabarets and FLORIDA"L the open

comb of West Palm Beach. W J. Fountain of Pitts, Ga., night clubs in the U. S. Gulf. is avail'
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of Decatur, Ala., were the week- sponsors the Electrical Exposition north "missing
Sgt. E. L. Benson In end guests of Mrs. Fountain's sons which features a display of the link" by Congress
and families, Mr. and Mrs. Myers newest electrical appliances for moneycan

a Support Space Shot Fountain and Mr. and Mrs. Walter home and Industry.. be its con
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Fountain of Belle Glade.
Mrs. F. J. Winchester With complete
accompanied
e / ORLANDO- -Technical Sergeant "' ,. .
Ed card I* Benson, formerly of her daughter, Mra. .H, 1':. Florida point of
Smith to her home in Orlando to
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cargoes
of Grant, Fla., was one of the U.S.
Tuesday following a weeks visit Central to
I / Air Force Air Rescue Service
II with her son-in-law and
/ daughter Africa througnthe
I (ARS) men deployed in the Allan-
Mr. and Mrs. Minter Collins and ports of
tic in support of the mid-January 01 ( U A IITV family. the .
Gemini-Titan II
\ firing of the space

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Sergeant Bensen, permanently
: assigned as a command post tech- --
nician at Orlando AFB, Fla., was
on station at one of the primary
recovery .points along the Air
.i Force Eastern Test Range. He was

I there to assist in the all-important Office Supplies--For The

task of recovering the Gemini cap .
ti sule so scientists could study the

data gathered by the ..instrumentload.
The shot was made in preparation Typewriters Adding Machines Photo
for the first manned Cern-
I Dictating Machines Rubber Stamps Files
Ini launch into space. -
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t 'The sergeant's'for recovery ARS unit assistance was responsible Mimeograph Machines and Supplies -

all along the capsule's flight path. ing- Duplicating Machines and Supplies
I Sergeant Bensen is a graduateof
Seeffiewactm
II I Melbourne High School., His ,. metal Safes for Home and Office -

wife, Jo Ann. is the 'daughter of
: ,;fi.Onaq keeping Supplies .' ,. .
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9 Lake Worth and.'Mr. and Mrs. r
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More First Awards sewing group, with five years 01 Miss Pahokee WMU Meets: ;' I
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. more of sewing experience, Nancy Harrington Eastern Star Has

Harrington, Junior leader of thq I In Regular SessionThe i it

Canal Point Girls Rebelettes, was a runnerup.In Attending Seminar Officer ElectionMembers '
the Canal Point beginners Pahokee Baptist WMU business -

. Canal Point.4-lI sewing group, known as the But t meeting was held at the
Girls, who were tons and Bows Club with Mrs. El. Miss Janette
awarded Harrington, a senior church Tuesday morning. Febru- of the Pahokee Eastern
events and many ribbons In various mer Maxson, leader, Cathy Maxsonwas at Florida State University,I ary 2 with Mrs. Guthrie Colvard Star entertained the Masons aVvtb-9
exhibits In the first a runner-up In the secondyeargroup. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. Roswell presiding In the absence of Mrs. E. Masonic Hall, Jan. 28 with a supper -
days of the South
Florida
'. Fair and Harrington, is representingthe I B. Gamble, president. It ,was an- with Mrs. Ruth Meredith In
Deposition, continued their win.i Other County winners In tha Florida Methodist Student nounced that the March week of charge of the programVPerry! Site- I
Wing ways through the last day, final 4-H Grand Dress Revue: Movement as'its official delegateto prayer would be held on March 1 more, worthy patron and Mrs:
Saturday, Jan. 30, when the 4-H First Year (4-H skirts and blouses) the 16th annual Christian Citizenship I thru 5 at the church. Eunice Hughes wqrthy matroji; f
Grand Dress
Revue, the finals In Vicki Lund, Jupiter, rosette; Mar Seminar I
being sponsoredthis Mrs. Claude Shirley announced presided over the business meeting.
County-wide competition in 4-H garet Hornyak of Jupiter and Re- year, Jan 30 to Feb. 6 In New that each circle will have an Individual 1 Election of the 1965-66 officerswas
sewing skills, was held on the stageat nell Vought of Belle Glade, runnersup. York City and Washington, D. c., study course on home mU- held at which time Mrs. IL C.
the' west
end of the AgriculturalTent. First Year (garments other by the National Methodist Student Ii slons this month. The attendance Graham was elected worthy matron *

In than skirts and blouses) Ruth Gu Movement.The banner went to the LoWe Moon and II. C. Graham. worthy
the
awarding of grand prizes adano of Lake Park, rosette; Dian* theme of this year's seminar circle. The program entitled "Alas- patron. Other officers elected'were, i
the sewing, project groups were Hall of Sleepy Hollow and Alice Is "United States and Latin Amer-I ka" was presented by Mrs. Colvanl. Mrs. Bernice Sheppard associate I

divided according to years of ex- Lamb of Belle Glade, runners-up. Ica-Conflict and Reconciliation". She was assisted by Mrs. Joe matron; F. A. Fundereburke, Adz I
perience In 4-H sewing and garment Second Year; Sharon Gabriel of Miss Harrington will be in the I I I Thompson Mrs. M. P. Stanley, soclate patron; Mrs. Jennie Mc- I
making activities, with first- Lake Park, rosette; Pam Cherry. study group assigned to analyze I I Mrs. M. J. Sapp Mrs Horace Un- Kinstry, secretary; Mrs. Jessie ;
place winners receiving rosettes,I i I of Lake Park,. runner-up. I a subtopic of,the theme, entitled win and Mrs. Ralph Crews. Barnes, treasurer; Mrs. Marie
and second and third-place winners Also Third Year: Terry Priest of "Cuba or Chile-Model for'Latin I I Hughes conductress;1.)(....-Mabel
I' Belle Glade rosette Anita Blaum "
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receiving special recognition ai America? Young associate conductress; wand
runnersup.The 1 of Happy Clover, runner-up. Four The seminar'Is In session in New Valentine DanceElksClubFeb.13 J. ,O. Weeks, centenlal. '
Canal Point Rebelettes, an th Year: Linda Eck of Military York from Saturday through Tues-I I Installation of officers will beheld
advanced 4-H sewing club which Trail, runner-up. Fifth Year andover day, and lit Washington from Wednesday at the Masonic Hall Ftb. 12.
has Mrs.Ray Ursry as leader, had : Sharon Walters of West through Saturday. Many(I The Pahokee chapter has been ''It.
winners In each of the three upper Palm Beach, rosette; Penny Pen- Interesting educational vlted to attend Installation service

divisions. Pam Ursry, who recently nington of Lake Harbor, former are scheduled for the activltle'j I The 17th annual Beta Sigma Phi of the Belle Glade Chapter''197 nth
leader of the Pahokee 4-H "
received ,the South Florida Junior addition to attending Valentine Dance, sponsored jointly Feb. 6 and the :Moore Haven .chap1'
Dairy'Merit' Award, was awardedthe Devilettes Club., runner-up.. participating in study group discussions -!! by the four local chapters of ter 116 on Feb. 9.CLASSIFIED. ,",, '
first-place Rosette In the four- at the Seminar, I I the sorority, will be held in the .
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th-year sewing group; and Lillian Eloise Elliott ToWed In New York Miss Harrington'sgroup I!ballroom of the Pahokee Elks Club I ADS PAY ', ''v,,

Sims was runner-up in the same Don W. KellyMr. attended a session of the I[ Saturday night, Feb. 13 startingat BIO DIVIDENDS ,, ,
group. In the. third-year group United Nations, visited Columbia( I 10 p. en.Donations. '. 1\
Pam's sister, Ralena, also a South ,I University, Visited the Cuban and]I I will bl $10.00 per -, '" -, -- .. ,(1
and Mrs. William H. Elliott,
Florida Dairy Merit Award winner, Chilean Missions at the U. N. and couple, with proceeds to go into '
was a runner-up. In the advanced Jr., of 297 E. 4th Street, announce I attended two off Broadway plays.In the Hospital Fund. Music for dancing ,',,
-. the engagement and approaching Washington she will see Congress will be furnished by Joe Slg Classified Ads
marriage of their daughter Eloiseto In action in the Senate Build- mond'a Orchestra of West Palm
Don Wayne Kelly, son of Mrs. ing, visit U. S. Senators and Representatives Beach. POSITIVELY all want adsI I or

C. B. Kelly of 232 Rardin Avenue from Florida and goon Invitations to the dance have classifieds, as you wish to call,.
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Miss Elliott graduated from Pa tours of Wesley Theological I I'been mailed, and couples unable to them, are payable in advance from
hokee High School 1964, attended Seminary, George Washington and I: accept an Invitation are asked trI > his day forward. Don't phone 'em.
I Andrew College In Cuthbert, Howard l ntversitles. She will return I notify Mrs. Jill Pitts, (phone, Write it and drop a dollar bill In'
t Georgia and is now at her home in I Feb. 6 to Tallahassee to resume 924-7144)& or Mrs. Penny Clark'i the envelope if you want It run'
Pahokee. Mr. Kelly also graduatedfrom her studies at F. S. U. (phone 924-5437), or Mrs. Dorothy once. $2 If you want it run twice
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Pahokee High School, 1962, Buckner (phone 924-2931): ), who and so on.iYIIAT'S .

tWA1G'i and is presently employed by Glade Power Company are in charge of table reservations. IN THE ATTIO that you
Auto Supply in Belle Glade.A Mrs. Dorothy Buckner is serving
Defended After don't need? A $1.00 classified adn
February 19 wedding is to beheld as chairman and Mrs. Jill P1t,, co- this column will probably find

at the home of Miss Elliott's Attack On Rates chairman, In charge of general arrangements you a sale. Just write your ad, en.
parents in Pahokee. for the' dance. Each
lose a dollar and we'll do the rest
I' i Manager Homer T. Welch, Jr. of chapter is actively engaged In a The Everglades News, Canal Point,
Miss Jann Plumer has returned to II, special service: Invitations and reservations Fla.
the Lee Electric
.__fII 'eM her studies at Stetson University, County Cooperative I -Phi Gamma Nu. Mrs

jive'em Deland following a 10 day vis' took Issue with a spokesmanfor i Penny Clark and Mrs. Joan Gamot, SEPTIC TANK PUMPING AND
room with her parents. Mr. and Mrs the National Rural Electric Co! co-chairman; hors d'oeuvre and REPAIR Service in Clewlston

.*.!.... ..MTV .-...........* William S. Plumer. operative Association who criticized I other refreshments-Beta Omicron, South Bay, Belle Glade. Pahokeeand
Florida Power Light Co. and Mrs. Rita Wolfe ,and Mrs. Sheila Canal rPoint 'Serving ti the
---,. other state utility:firms. Welch I Ames, co-chairmen; coronation Glades' for 20( years. Phone 92 i*
said the accusations made by tho ceremony for the crowning of the 5620. H. L. Pitts, old Belle Glade

association spokesman "will not new queen XI Beta Tau, Mrs road. St. Oct. 16-ch.tt

help the cooperative movement In Lois White and Mrs. Beth Wilkinson ROOM AND BOARD, Family
our state but will cause great dam-j co-chairman: ; decorations-Xi Style Meals. Inquire Shell Service
age to our cause and to our people."I,Alpha Mu, Mrs. Joan Tucker, MM Station, Canal Point or Call 021
The spokesman for tho national) Marjorie Mock and Mrs. Becky 7233 or 9249403. N20tf
group in convention at Miami I Iloward, co-chairmen. -.
Beach had accused Florida Power I! FOIl BALES New and Used Willys

& Light, Florida Power Corp. a Jeeps. Walter Ashley's Garage
Tampa Electric Co., of & y'' Plans Are Made To In Belle Glade, Phone 6-3038.

overcharging their customers for Oct. 1754ch.

power. Ronnie Straw staff economist 'Complete Program WANTED TO BUY OR RENT
for the association '
computedthe Two bedroom house in Pa110kH-
company's return on Investment
Canal Point area Would consider
at about 8 per cent. Straw The Palm Beach County Commission large late model mobile- homf.

said It made more than $85: millionIn I this week took another Boyd T. Vorhees, Jr., 398 N..Junt-
seven years and should receiveno I step toward completion of Its pro per Avenue, Pahokee, Phone 9244831. -
sc ncs B more than a 6 per cent return. posed road and bridge program, J22pd.
Welch who attended the ,convention authorizing employment of fiscal .
in Miami Beach, said Straw agents to handle a new bond issue WANTED EMTOYMENT. Have
I "has set himself up as a rate expert to finance the program. completed enlistment In military
'f ,and feels that he can sit In The board named two firms service as aviation mechanlo and
Washington and decided what Is Goodbody it Company and Thom desire employment In mechanical
Why should you buy belt for the people of Florida and.M. Cook Co., to act as fiscal agents or other field with opportunity

tlulr, ;rapidly expanding economy for,a,.new bpnd.. Issue!,,tobv bepacke4 adyancertje/it; one yedr,
is U. S. Savings Bonds when there are "Mr. Straw states that a 0 per the county's shad r9.fUses. gs olipq. cee high? school, cqnel" ',1
; .. agb 23, married one '(4 bs
"*. i H' tf',' it&fYeturn Is all the Florida util-. i .L\? '
I I other'! t n Ir ? ties'should be allowed. lie Ignoresthe Slze of the Issue ha/not yet Keen I II 111 Pahokee by Januait'20.byd.TraVorhees c

i so many ,fjood ,inyestments&: I if ,. fact that/ tie Florida State: determined,,but 4 U expected, to> bt Jr., 398 N. Juniper Ave.,

I Utilities Commtftsipn, elected by I between U'.5' And; $3 million. f ahokee, Phone 924-4831.. _J22pd_
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/t He 'people1 i \'of Florida, feel that a I, Funds. from :the new: Issue will be -
LOT FOR SALE In Canal Pot at.5Oxl00 .
'To help your country Is one But if you're Jib most people, 6.96 per cent rate of return to necessary used to complete planned projectsIn feet Located on the
an.wer-and a good one. you'll hang on to your Savings for the utilities to .stay a previous $15 million road and
.. But Bonds have other adBondi for the big things yonantages healthy and to be able to attract,bridge program which ran short of ridge north of the bridge In Canal
want in your future. Point. $1250.00.\ Bob Douthit In Pa
that make them the large sums of money neededto funds because of rising construction
consideration. hokee after 5 p. m. '"> .ltp.,
worth your And, of course, Bonds art expand." costs. _,
For instance,they offer you 2 safe Inve.tment-a. long- In statement/ Welch declared I I The learned Monday that for
Just about the easiest way to as there's a United States of a : county FOR RENT Nice room a
save money either with the America. "We are a member of the National there may be a $600,000 saving In gentlemen. ,$10 per week. Call
Payroll Savings Plan where Which brings us lack to Rural Electric Co-operative Association j j the bond issue If the state will as Mrs. J H. Blair at 924-7789 In Ca
you Just ask your employer to again. Bonds but we do not concur with sume cost of extension of Beeline nal Point. FSpdL
put part of your wages aside your help defend country freedom at a time Mr. Straw's Ideas. We want to goon Highway to Old Dixie Highway
toward regular purchase a Bond of or Bonds at when the enemies of freedom record that our treatment by County engineer George Frost explained
bank. are stronger than ever Florida Power Light Co. has that the Beeline Highway
your Peacock
Calvin J.
Another unique advantage Buy Savings Bonds. The been most fair and our rates are to a primary state road and may
of U. S. Savings Bonds to the banks or savings institutions reasonable." I be extended from primary funds I
way they stick with you. You that sell them don't charge The Lee County Cooperativeuys rather than from bond Issue I Bookkeeping
can get your money any time. you a penny for the service power wholesale from FPAL: I I money. Income Tax Service

and retails it to Its customers from t
Sanlbel and Captlva, across the CLASSIFIED ADS IX THESE -
Keep freedom In your future with mainland through North Fort My-1 COLUMNS PAY JUG DIVIDENDSWWWWW 1850 E. Main Sty '"i '

ers and south to Immokalee and Pahokee
U.S. SAVINGS BONDS. Everglades. Power ft Light and the other utilities "
t Welch continued: "If It had not I In this state, the Lee County Phone 924-7962

ra, t'.8. o..rd 1M, been for the territorial agreements, Electric Cooperative could not have OFFICE IV HEAR
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Hpjy NativityEpiscopal: First Baptist, k Mary's Catholic,

,:: Fahoke.Church'. Church, Canal 'PointElder church On Your Savings

R. E. Barfleld Father Francis Fennech, Pastor
Rev. L. Lossing, Vicar SUNDAY: Sunday Mass-11:30 a. m.
SUNDAY: I 9:45: a. m.-Sunday School Confession before. Mass Let saving >Become a habit here at Ever
10"a. m.-Sunday School 11:00 a. m.-Morning Worship .
11:00 a. m.-Worship' Service 0:30 p. ra.-B. 1'< C. : '
9 mi 7:30: p. m.-Evening Worship. The Pahokee ChurchOf glades l Federal., Y ou lLfindl that the 4%
TUESDAYS: The NazareneRev. t. "
First Methodist ,7:30 p. m.-Cholr practice. ; percent.added.to your account every six
Church PahokeeJohn WEDNESDAY: Wlllard Kllpatrick
7.80: p. m.-:Midweek Prayer 433 Bacom Point Rd. ; ,iponths? will make it ''grow faster than
Service. Phone 924-7528 P. O Box 882

SUNDAY. : A. Bnley, Pastor THURSDAY 7:30 p. m.:---Every Ladiea other Auxiliary week SUNDAY 9:45: a. SERVICES m.-Sunday: School you, c p,. ip igine. Stop by today at the
9:45: a. m.-Church School
U:00 a. m.-Morning Worship"', 'Meeting.'11 11:00 6:30 p.a. m.m.--Sunday Juniors Worship Upm.e: office in, Belle Glade or the
6'p.: m.J.IYF1 -
:45 p.,m.-EVenlng' Worship. Glades Baptist ChurchRev. 7.00: Evangelistic p. m.-Sunday Service Evening :' branch office in;Pahokee. You will,find
TUESDAY: .
7:00: m.-Vesper Choir prao ( Jonathan L. Wolf) WEDNESDAY: I '
p. courteous folks at both
places
theWEDNESDAY Meets la Fahokee Lions Club 7:30 p. m.-Midweek Prayer f pleasant,

7:45: p. m.-MId-week: devotion SUNDAY SCHOOL Building.,9:45' a, m. "Where meeting.you are a" stranger but I to.' serve,. you., They, will be happy: to
PREACHING-11:00 a. m. and once. I
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\8:30 p. m.-Senior Choir practice 7:30: p. m. assist you in opening a savings account.
SUNDAY B. Y. F.6:30 p. m.

WED. PRAYER-7:30. > p. m. Baptist. Choirs

First Baptist Canal Point Get A Good Grade fTverglades FederalSavings

Church, Pahokee Baptist Church

'' :Members of the Intermediatechoir
Gutbrle W. Colvard, Pastor Lawrence Stewart, Pastor
SUNDAY of the Pahokee First Baptist And Loan AssociationACCOUNTS
: SUNDAY: Church received a grade of "A" at
9:45 a. m.-Sunday School .
9:45: a. m-Sunday School the Associational Music festival of
11.00: a. in.-Morning Worship 11:00: a. ra,-Morning Worship the Palm Lake association, Friday INSURED BY FEDERAL SAVINGS AND
6:00 p. m.-Evening Worship 6:30: p. m.-Training Union night at Northwood Baptist Chur LOAN INSURANCE CORP.
6:45: m.-Training Union
p. 7:30
: p.; m.-Evenlng Worship ch in West Palm Beach.

WEDNESDAY 7:30'p.: m.Prayer: Service WEDNESDAY 7:30 : On Saturday morning the Fri Let Your Money Earn 4Vi% Payable
: p. in-Prayer Meeting
+U, mary and Junior choirs also received
a grade of "A" and all three
The.Church Of God South Side ChurchOf choirs are now eligible 'to participate Semi-Annually

Of Prophecy Pahokee Christ in the State Festival which
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Canal Point Road will be held In Delray on March 0 PAHOKEE BELLE GLADEMrs.
Belle Glade across from and 6. The choirs are under tha

John H. Kinard, pastor Bowling Alley on Rd. 80 direction of Mrs.. .Guthrie.. Colvard
10:00 a. m.-Sunday School 10:00: a m.-Bible Study
11:00 a. nj.-Preaching Service 11:00: a. m.-Morning Worship Miss Ann Caton of Meridian -
7:45 p. Evangelistic Service 6:30: p. m.-Evening Service Miss., has accepted a position on -;;-
\ M. C. Carter had recent Mrs. R. T. Smith has returnedto
8:00: p. m. Tuesday-V.LJS. 7:30 p. m.-Wed. Bible Study the Pahokee Elementary faculty as'a guests, Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Kempleof 1- her home from Everglades Memorial I
8:00: p. m. ThursdayWM.B.Everyone ... second grade teacher Mt. Dora. Hospital.

welcome. Special music St. Peter's Lutheran ._ .. . -
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Church Of Christ .. f :
August Koerber, Pastor
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Belle Glade, Fla. School 9:45 A. If. ( Y. I
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7:30: p. m.-Evening Worship', Barfield] Highway 1 \ : :: 't. \ 7- :, t-;;. ,
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6,00", p. m-Evening., 4torPdPTUESDAY ( THURSDAY: ,
I' : : '" 7:30.p. 'nil Youth for Christ' :, It, : '\ : .1-1 :'
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,Are regularly held, at the Glades. Livestock Market} 1 i product you need to control most the seasons And close to harvest -.J? "-
I of the major .insects of Florida ..without residue problems. .

r You'll enjoy the excellent service you receive here. vegetable' crops, Herje's" the Kind of So take advantage of the bene: I ''JI

) (this Rfarket. We make,an er 9n.$ at 'allf times to ,..r; I'money-Irrthe-bank"programthat Diazinon can provide: fits of control superior with vegetable Diazinon.foliar Order Insect ,r E

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i'' Diazinon simplifies dependable '
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us'e several different insecticides: emulsifiable concentrate from I
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Diazinon. SQ you save time and Gelgy'Agricultural Chemicals, !
SALES EVERY. MONDAY AT 1 p. m. money. Division of Geigy Chemical Corporation I
t' You kill insects quickly with Ardsley,. New York.
Diazinon.And the"staying power"

.Glades: Livestock, Market of Diazinon provides outstanding! \
1 control, of problem insects likje. Geigy

'; On Pahokce-EeWe: Glade.Road aptiid Sgutlierriarmyworms: and. a -.u:11Ia&

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Page Eight The Everglades News;; Canal Point, Florida 834M Friday; February 5, IDII
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: with "B" or better were the fol- 9th Grade: James Conley, Larry 7th-Grade: Byron Bottler, Pam- NOTE OF THANKS i ,
Honor Roll Names lowing:: I Daniel, Magaly Esteban, Janet ela Brady Deborah Culbersoa, I want to thank the many friends
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12th Grade: Angel Armas, Chris- Meredith Stephanie Mills, Deborah Theresa Douglas, Phyllis Skikes, for their prayers, beautiful cards t
For 3rd Six Weeks topher Davis, Faye Elliott, Sharon I Parrish Donna Rhodes, Richard: Julie Unwln, Beverly Woods, Jeffrey flowers and visits. I will ever isle
Johnson, Grace Jones, Fred McKee Tyson. I Tarr.; grateful to each of you for your
I John Parker, Bonnie Rayburn, 8th Grade: David Carraway, .. love and kindn $ The best people
For the third six-weeks period Linda Reid, Willola Tyson, Larry Sandra Clark, Donna Lee Collier, I I ENJOY STEAK SUPPER I in the world are Eula here Willis!11n Pahokee.'V
1 only five students in Pahokea Wright. Edna Cooper, Dale Erickson, Bar The Tuesday morning Bible study ..
school made the honor roll with aU 11th Grade: Signora Briley, Larry bara Hall, Roswell Harrington, Pa group of the Pahokee First Metho I
straight A's They were: Merry Harris, Michael Sanders, James trice Hoyle Lynda Keene, Janice dist Church enjoyed a steak supper Miss Verlon Jones'has returnedto
I Ann Friend, Gayle Story in the 8th Tyson. Kemp, Robert McIntosh, Ann Pell, Saturday night at the home of I Montgomery, Ala., where she
grade; Inez Briley in the 9th 10th Grade: Judith Andrews, I Armando( Perez, Marilyn Shirley, Judge and Mrs..James. L. Tyson. attends Huntingdon College after
t grade; Lois Adams and Virginia I Linda Butler, Timothy Glllis, Lodus Wayne Stacy, Marsha Sullivan, spending' a week as the guest of
Willis in the 10th grade.In Gray, Brenda Holt, Linda Lane, I Judy Todd, Janice Unwin, Sharon R. J. Simonson is a patient at her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer
I the honorable mention column I' Mary Jane Pell. 'Usher, Allen Webb, Carol Woods. Everglades Memorial Hospital. Jones. '

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I" "tJ profitable for late-season use is now drift to a nearby field also,disappears, see why it pays to use Phosdrin all season. *,'

protecting vegetables throughout rapidly. Phosdrin is available from your local insec-, \

I' their growth. Here's why: Phosdrin makes it easy to avoid problemsall ticide dealer under many well-known brand

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

r. 5to 7-day spray schedules authorities the field a few. hours after application. dust.: I
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Phosdrin alone, lettuce, tomatoes,
protects N.' Atlanta
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beans,peppers, celery, watermelons, eggplant'and
( tremely effective in the new short-interval Always read and carefully follow label
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< \ insects in a matter of minutes-aphids: U pound per acre is all it takes to end the

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