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 Material Information
Title: The Everglades news
Alternate title: Belle Glade news
Alternate Title: News
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Everglades News Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Canal Point Palm Beach County Fla
Creation Date: July 16, 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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oclc - 32615395
notis - AKF8469
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System ID: UF00079910:00186
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Succeeded by: Glades observer
Succeeded by: Everglades observer

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July 23, 1965 PUBLISHED WEEKLY CANAL POINT BY PAUL, RARDIHCIRCULATING



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Old Me Glade Rd Port Mayaca Service Former Teacher Is I Local Girls Return No Silver In New

For Juanita Chitwood From Europe Trip

ToGetKesurfaceJob New Principal Ft. I Dimes & Quarters
Mrs. Juanita Marie Chitwood. 52: I Miss Betty Echols and Mis ,
of Pahokee died July 15 at Everglades Hazel Sheppard' returned home :
In New Budget Memorial Hospital. She had Pierce High SchoolA July 15 from their trip to Europe! Halves Reduced '

been a resident in Pahokee for The girls arrived in New York aD
short of time. The June 15 two there then 1
only a period spent days start
When the federal mints
in the State Road Department former teacher in Pahokee
Money is only known relatives are in West boarded the Queen Elizabeth for
for the school has been appointed grinding out the new dunes andquarters ,
budget upcoming Virginia Services were held Tues High ,the trip across the ocean. The boat .
year to resurface: the old ,Belle day 10:30: a. m. at Port Mayaca principal of Dan McCarty High landed at Southhampton and from there will be no need for ,
: from the School in Fort Pierce. Lawrence use of silver. They Just won't con.
Glade Road (SR13) Cemetery with Rev. Lawrence there the girls went to London.
bridge in Belle Clade to the intersection Stewart officiating. Wetherington Terry, who left the Pahokee school From London the girls, on the vain any of that precious metal. i

of SR700 in Canal Point. Funeral Home in charge of ar for Okeechobee a few years ago, American Express Tour, toured Silver In half dollars under the !
This information: was given this rangements. Is the teacher Who has been assigned eleven countries in Europe with new program will be reduced from

newspaper this' week by the SRI .. to St. Lude, County's largest their last atop in Paris. After 90 percent to 40 percent.

office In Fort Lauderdale. In the high school touring In Paris, they flew hornet The new dimes and quarterswill
following letter: Funeral Services Terry was director of curriculum have a red line around the rim
of each showing that they have
in St. Lude County Schools last
Mr. Paul Rardln PublisherThe year. He went to St. Lucie County Herb Chapman copper cores. The copper cores win
Everglades News 'Mrs.NolaB.Smith from Okeechobee County last year be sandwiched between the same ':
Canal Point, Florida. replacing Richard Whittlng. At alloy that nickles are made of
Dear Mr. Rardin: Okeechobee Terry had been a Head Ona State Sta. today. .
This is to acknowledge your letter Funeral services were held Monday teacher and an elementary and In a special law that passed the

of July 13, 1965 concerning; morning at the First Methodist high school principal. At Dan Mc United States Congress last week
church in Pahokee for Mrs. WAUCHULA --- Dr. Herbert L.
'State Road 15 between Belle Glade he Raymond Gough there are provisions to discourage :
JJoIa Beatrice Smith, 73, of 1486 Carty replaces Chapman 42, former animal nutrltlonist -
and Canal Point. I wish to adviethat who has moved to Palm Beach I hoarding of present coins, collect-,
an item has been Included in East Main Street in Pahokee wno at the Everglades Expert' Ing and speculation. Individualmint

the,196546 Primary Road Budgetto died .Saturday following a long County.The 42-year-old educator Is mar- ment Station, Belle Glade succeeds marks will be left off the

resurface State Road 15 between illness rld and he and his wife Frances, Dr W. O. Kirk, 65, as head new coins and the dates will all
Belle Glade and the intersection Rev. John Briley pastor of the who teaches first grade at the of the Range Cattle Experiment be 1064 for a while. I
of State Road 700 in Canal church, was in charge of.>; the funeral Fort Pierce Elementary School. Station near Ona.A There have been no silver dol.

Point. We have not at this time services and burial was in have daughter who will be a native of Kansas City, Chapman lars minted for the past 30 years
a 1
prepared a schedule as to when Port Mayaca cemetery under the freshman at the Indian River Junior received his bachelor and and none will be minted for five
direction of Wetherington Funeral I mall er'. degree at the Universityof
construction might take place on I next years according ,the new law.
this budgeted item. Please be assured Home. Pallbearers were; Owen College- .;year.-- -- Florida, his doctorate from.. The mint will turn out SO billion
Todd, Roland Todd Tiny Todd I Iowa State University in 1055.: :
that all efforts will be made coins in the first year of production
to expedite this improvement, project Charles Baker George Cant and Ramie Road Bridge Dr. Kirk headed tho experimental and double that amount the.
Billy Ray Mosley farm 24 years and in 1060 was following year .

} Yours very truly. ._ The deceased had been a resident, 'WidMDuiibled I } jxamed..Flaridju agriculture's.,man,: 'yt, )'s;-'n y1rien ldit, Y \I.ba e a- .,(
Clarence E. Davidson! of Pahokee since 1918 coming of the year by Progressive Farmer tack of half dollars, dimes and

District Engineer.. here from Plant City She was a f magazine.Dr. quarters hoarded away, you might
native of South Carolina, a member Kirk ii a native of Salvador just as well put them in circulation
I of The Pahokee First Methodist County work forces are busythis Canada, University of Saskatchewan the federal government isn't

; Rev. Clements GoesToSebringBaptist Church, and the Garden Club. week widening the steel bridge I graduate,and holder of going* to let ;you speculate on them
She is survived by her daughter, on Ramie Road about three miles advanced degrees from Iowa I __.T

Mrs. Leo Maxwell Pahokee; Mother south of US08 according to office State. He plans to devote full'
} Mrs. Fannie Todd, Canal Point; al reports. Work will continue for time to research. Seasonal Rains
t Three Brothers);; C. M. Todd Pa several days before It is fully The personnel changes became

hokee; R. P. Todd, Byron Todd, completed.The effective July 1, according to Dr.
Rev. Joe Clements of Fort Lauderdale both of Delray Beach; Five sisters; bridge was built ,originallyby J. R. Dcckenbach, Agricultural\ Halt Road Work

t will be the new pastor of Mrs. Sally Ann Todd, Mrs. Julia Sam Seater and is steel Experiment Stations director qt

t the Sebring Baptist church beginning Mlzell Mrs. Maggie Tombaugh, throughout. When the county built Gainesville, The usual seasonal- rains, which

I Sunday, August 22. lie has Mrs. Ellen Baker all of Pahokeeand Ramie Road the bridge was purchased .- come regularly in July and August
t been serving the Southwest Baptist Mrs. Kansas Todd of Canal
,
from Sam Senter for each ;year, are with us and the
church in Fort Lauderdale.A' Clementswas Point; one grandson, Mead Maxwell $15,000.00, and it became a part of Repairs Begin On road work which had been scheduled -
:' few years ago Mr. of Pahokee.
the county road system. for this summer Is suffering
Canal Point I
I pastor of the County forces are busy this a serious delay. In cases where the
and left here to 441 Steak House
church go
Baptist Lauderdale. lie was active Mrs. Kinard Leaves week laying steel and forms for contractor piddled during the dry
Fort
to the pouring of concrete on th! weather In the spring, the work \railing'
work and served as
in association extra width which will make the far behind schedule.
the Gulf Stream Association. Babe Upthegrove has a crew of
moderator of
I Pahokee ChurchAfter bridge a standard width county Bacom Point Road work in Pa-
men busy this week making repairs
! bridge. Farmers and growers who In'' okee has been brought to a state
, Mr. Cements is originally from to the 441 Steak House
I use Ramie Road will be happy to of extreme slow progress on account -
is graduateof I Pahokee. A new kitchen is being
Savannah, Gs, and a 18 ;years, Mrs. John H. know that the bridge is at last be of the rains. Finish rock la
Mercer University and Southf'f' added, Mr, Upthegrove said yes
Kinard i Ie resigning as pastor of lag widened to its proper width. I being hauled In from Immokalee
western Seminary. His wife, Ann terday. Plans call for having the
finish work which was
but the ,
is the daughter of the Rew Waldo the Church of God of. Prophecy, work done and ready for reopening continue -
cannot
week
started last
J. :Wood of Arcadia.They ban three 2500 East Main Street, Pahokee. Vacation School of the popular eating place'by with the quagmire conditions on 4

daughters. Mrs. Klnard wishes to thank all August 2.Mr. the road. .

1 {'j the friends in Pahokee. Canal Canal l pt: BaptistVacation and of the Mrs.restaurant Upthegrove plan, operators to Work on Curlee Road' from the

tt: Point. Belle Glade, South Bay, and erect a completely modern kitchen lump-backed culvert near the'rison
Fill Being Hauled Lake Harbor for their cooperation bible In order that faster service can be Farm across the muck to
and kindness during her pastoral School will start customers. The the Glades Sugar House, is all but
their
/' "j New Dodge Place work in the church. It was by this at the Canal Point Baptist churchon Forms given are in many place and pouring of topped by the wet weather. Most
: help that the church'prospered as August 9 and run through Au. concrete for the foundation will ot the fill rock was hauled In, between -

it did. The new church Is near gust 20 according to an announce. take place this week.A heavy showers of the past

Trucks are busy this week hauling completion and is fullly paid for. ment by churchofflciats., new floor will also be put few weeks.
Kindness and faithfulnesswas call for the sea Streets in Pahokee are In a grand
Your
Present
t' fill into the new location oft plans down while the restaurant is elos*
Wallace Barnes Dodge on Paho- tunyappredated. ions to start at 8:80 in.the morning ed for repairs. Already the chain mess from the work being doneon
The Klnard will live in and last until 11:30'L m. the sewage system. Detours
kee-Canal Point road just across) family I have been refinished and new
t: from Rlnker (Shirley) Materials Pahokee for awhile. Children ages three through 16: drapes placed at the large glass are on every hand and the streetsn muck
A bun dozer is leveling the material Rev. Sam M. Aden,his wife, two will be welcomed to the various windows. many places are fulj} of

:. and making It ready for construction cons, ,and daughter of .Tavern' departments the announcement" .. which Is being dredged out In order -

t of the new building. Florida, will arrive.August 1,when to lay the sewer lines.
I t ,., Wallace Barnes, who is to open Rev Allen win reside as pastor said.A complete list of workers in Upthegrove Wins When the sewer system will be
and handle Dodge of the church in Pahokee.. the Bible School will be made public completed and ready for operations
a new place
,, Cars and trucks ,said that he within the next few days In Insurance Trip anybody's; guess. Some folk
.
'w hopes to get the construction 9' Little League All rder that every worker may think the work will be completedby
... others -
OsceoU middle of October and
the L-shsped building started just know what part he or she Is to Mr. and Mrs. Upthe- the
,J:" as soon as an the fin to In. Star Games Start play in this all-important church grove will attend the National are more optimistic. and say
and the
i Mr. Barnes pointed out that the yent Convention of the Southern Heal Labor Day. Only time
.1- and Life Insurance Company.Mr. ': weather will tea
Announcement was made th
new building win be modernS ;yesterday ...
throughout and contain a space that Little League All Star I ')fro and Mrs. Buddy Parker of UpUngrovt won the trip to
r for a large service department and game wereHo start last ''night Louisville; Ky.. are the guests ofIr the convention which win be held 31:. and Mrs M. Baxter were La
Mr. arid Mra J. P. at the Diplomat Hotel in Holly guests this weekend of relatives)
at the parents
t another space on the front for display (Thursday) night city parkla .
f Pahoke .' wood. Miami '
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Two The Everglades News, Canal Point, Florid __
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-- ---- a hada : City:Products:C0rf' _..'Ifi 1:
CtorrrSDlls
Products Jeff Barwick and Rashley's! :Dv/CJfeaifc 11' ft 4
City In pair of hits for ttta Icemen. I ChevroJet'l 6
Latour drove in 8,runs with Glades
.r' Tony as LoxaliatcheecPriawi __ rid i 8
two home runs and two doubles
Soft Ball Lead NowPhil Chevrolet outscored Lox- I. A. M. Local 57 --- 2:10 10%

Glades ahatchee, 104. 'sandwiched Geneva's Drive-Inn ...._..... 4' 12' 10%

Phil Bonnell pitched a no-hit, no- his homers around' Ws; twobasehits IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OP TUX
I run game against secondplace I and his second homer followed FIFTEENTH" JUDICIAL CIRCUIT Or
round-tripper by Eddie FLORIDA' IN AND FOE' PALM
solo
Rashle/s Dry Cleaners as City a BEACH COUNTT.
the
I Products ran away with a Wades Buckner. Jr. Meadows was IN CHANCERY ISC1 J-E'
Fast-Pitch Softball League game winning pitcher and: now owns an XSABSLLE: THOMAS.Plaintiff ::

10-0. The fireballlng; righthander 8-4 pitching mark. -v'- :
struck out nine of the IS hatters Raahley's Dry Cteaawrs' poundedGeneva's I CHESTER THOMAS' :
Defendant :
in the
39-2
he faced in the five-Inning contestthat Drtve-Jnii; NOTICE OF SVIT
was halted by the 10-run worst drubbing' of the season. R0YGoodson TO CHESTER THOMAS

The Rardin Building In Canal Point, Florida rule. The only spoiler: was a sec drove in sir suns with a ADDRESS"Tou are UNKNOWN hereby notified, i mat- a

ond-Inning walk to Earl Vann or double and a single and team suit bM been filed agalaat you. In the

THE LAKE OKEECHOBEE REGION HOME OF Bonnell would: have recorded a mate, Jerry Snyder had two singles Dove Hereby entitled1 required cause! to file: and.your that Mii-wer,you' are or

perfect game. He was In such control '- and a home tun.Lojtahatchee otberTItteD' defense with the Clerk

THE EVERGLADES NEWSServing of the Kashley'a batting order: I outlasted I. A. M. at County.the Circuit Florid Court and or to sere Fatal, ft Beats cope

he only allowed four balls hit into Local No. 87, 8-3 with Terry Boy- thereof upon Plaintiffs Attorney. Don
the Lake Qkeechotfee Farming Region Without I I and Charles T. Adams.. lit South Lake Avenue Par
fair territory! The win was Bon- er spanking;two singles
Interruption Every Week for 40 Years 1 I .. hokee. Florida, not later than August
nell's 13th, and the nine strikeouts Deese driving in two runs.with' 25. 106), ITyoti fall to do BO. decree pro
Established Mardi'U, 1924' Published Every Friday push his total to 143. a two-bagger. confeuo wilt be entered against-you for
Subscription Price 92.00 Year In Advance the relief' demanded In the can>>l tIIt
City Products Jumped on Rash- City Products saw a 4-0 lead! The nature of' said milt Dlfiffor,dlv -

The Everglades News Is Entered at the Post OfficeIn ley's southpaw pitcher Jerry Sny- over I. A. M. washed away by a WITN815S my hand and seal- this

Canal Point, Florida as Second Class Matter der, for four runs in the first inning downpour erasing a three-run 16th day *c July 10 "
with Bonnell driving In, two homer by Joe Davis from the record JOHN 8, puianx'
Owner Editor Publisher Clerk of the Circuit Cotot
Paul Rardin ,
runs with .a key single. He also: book. Butch Butler started ( l1' (Circuit Court Seal)
had a second-Inning single that the mound for the Icemen and By THADDXE Ft PLAkrPublla {

lege campaign, Bragg said. plated two more runs. Jim Tyson struck out 4 of the first 6 men he :: July Deputy 23, 30. August Clerks 6. 13'; IMr.
School Students "We are privileged to assist the drove In two runs with a wrong-! faced before the rain came In t.e Don T Adams

college campaign and are donating field triple, and Butch Butler hita second inning. Attorney for Plaintiff

Will Aid Fund For our facilities. Income from sponsorship solo home run In the 4th Inning. The teams Standings: Pahokn 181 sooth Florida Lake: Avenue

will go to the college fund

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Baptist CollegeCollege The," Lsbhar program said.will be entitled 9 (H>+ .X. + X .+

W\.,
i ,
"Demos" and will be produced ,

and high school students live": Monday through Friday

are joining forces to, help the from 11:30: p. m. to midnight, Sat- ..t
Baptist College fund-raising cam- urday from ,9:30: to 10 a. m. and t !
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paign. The youths, forming a Sundays from 5:30: to 6:30 p. m. .

"Committee of Youth for The Bap- "The youngsters will produce 4: x
tist College" will produce a television write and handle all arrangements Phone 9245511Pahokee Phone WY 62550Belle Glade $

series, beginning next Mon for the shows,' Lebhar said, 'in
day over WEAT-TV featuring local cluding commercials and public SALES and SERVICE 4t

talent. ity." Mary Nemec Palm Beach r .T
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The television series was announced entertainer and 'a member of the Heating Air Conditioning Appliances .

today by David Bragg committee will produce the pro- t:.. z:

president student at of Baylor the committee University and, and a gram.The students formed the College r A.. .... ..\..........................::10.....;6.".*.*....*..........4-i'Ao. "...... ...... ..... ..- ..,. ....y.-.r.. A" ... : ........ ..::10......... ,..v


Bert Lebhar president of WEAT- Committee after several'sought _. --
TV. All proceeds from the sale of ways In which to help the cam-

commercials will go to the col- palggn. "We know the desperateneed

for a Christian Institution of

Report of Condition of higher learning in this area, a col-
BANK or PAIIOKEB lege that will be open to students Now dishes
of Pahokee In the State of Florida at dirty
the close of business on; June 30, 1909. of all faiths," Bragg said

Cash balances with pother Assisting the Baylor student on ,

banks, and cash Items the committee are: Jim Findley
In process of collection ..11,313.68103 Margaret Brabham, Libby McLaren -
United Government
Statee do
obligations direct and Frankie and JoAnna Gllbuena, thetnselves

Obligations guaranteed of__States____and____tl631.723.34' all of West Palm Beach and Mary .:y, ; .
Nemec of Palm Beach. Many more
political subdivisions .--_. :0.000.00Other '# .
bonds, notes, and youths will be working on the <.

debentures$200,000.00 securities(Including of television programs, Bragg said. K: T Y.r WITH AN
Federal agencies and .
corporations not guaranteed 1 \, AUTOMATICELECTRIC "
bT U. S) ...... 200000.00 ORLANDO VISITORSMrs. .
.Loans and discount _.__.. 2.134.821.91 John Williams and daughters ,: L

.Bank owned premises _._$39.44191 returned home to Orlando Sat- .r r x'

ruf fiixxturreeeand,._ 46.119.32' 83.3M.22 urday. They were accompaniedhome k '.'. DISHWASHER
Investments and other by Mrs. J. E. Williams who : \ C!
assets Indirectly representing will spend a week there. Mr. Williams '

bank premises' will Join her this weekendand .
or other real estate
Leasehold ...____.__ 49,879.89 they will return home next
Other assets ........_____ 2.803.17 week.

TOTAL ABBOTS .__.no,05I'lS .111AT'l'END
LIABILITIES ELKS MEETINGMr.
Demand deposlutrt Individuals .
partnerships and .' and'MrS. Leon Spooner,' Mr.
.. corporations,-__t7.M2.7W>> .78 and Mrs. Harold Wilkinson, Mr. Ends Mss te4:r:
time and savings deposits You're free forever from ..,.
Dai-den Mr: and Mrs. .
BiU _
of Individuals partnerships and Mrs. W'
I oily chore.c .
and corporation, .. at.802.03 messy
Ed Jensen were, among' those! at-
.Deposits of United. flute
Government (Including tending the National Elks Conven-
postal savings) -_ 14443383 tion in Miami last week..
Deposits of states
and poll-
tical subdivisions ____ TYe.see0 .

,Certified, and etc off1CeMchecks -_ 12.514.04 JOHNSONS ,ON VACATIONMr.
TOTAL and Mrs. W..El Johnson and : ( .
DEPOSITS ..
LI4LOS6.28' Sharon left for
daughter Saturday
(a) Total demanddeposit.
..toe.1U'u. two,weeks visit with relatives in .". >"} x t Costs
;.: (b) Total time. Statesboro Ga. and with Mr. and Only Pennies ..
and savings ,. : \ Tod/ cheaper electricity ,
deposits T46l.Wz.'dUler .
Liabilities __ 31,43Q 1
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TOTAL ZJABIUTOBW4W.100.Ja ','
CAPITAL AOOOUirrS
.Capital (a) Common stock ...
.total par value $#X>.000.00 200,000,Oft ::1 Classified Ads' ..
,
Surplus _,-? *.000.00 ,t i .
Undivided profits ..____ IM.9M92 ':, ,
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TOTAL CAPITAL POSITIVELY aU want ads 01 .. .. .
AOCOUNTS MMM___ 8045952_ i classifieds as you wish to call '..' 4 .' ;" ., ',.

TOTAL LiABnrrna AND them, are payable in advance from j
CAPITAL ACCOUNTS __.
.J9,790,0S9.78MEILORANDA
I his day forward. Don't phone 'em RHI/r Clans I

Assets. pledged or assigned Write it and dip a dollar bill in Automatically pre-rinsas *: .
I
:. for to secure other liabilities purposes (and In- the envelopS U you want It run wathet", ,rinse and .
Deluding notes anal bins i once. $2 If you want it run twice aartitin everything "
rediscounted and securities and so on.eVIWAT'S In water hotter Saves Time
sold with agreement than hands can f .Gives you an extra ,
to repurchase) __ 1.2M, OO.OO stand..and driesm hour each day M..rMi Full-TIm. Mothtrn
(a) Loan M shown above IN THE ATTIC that you for
sparklingbright.Protects family-fun tIeIong with
are after deduction, of don't need? A $1.00 classified. ad Makhland I T your family.not the*....
family notation.t .
valuation __ I the family!love .
reserve of 137.691 30I. an electric Kihwah ,
Julius T. Moon Vice President and I n this column will probably find .
Cashier of the above-named bank, do you a sale. Just write your ad, en-
solemnly swear that this report of con- lose a dollar and we'll do the"rest..
Onion Is true and correct to the best of 0
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my knowledge and belief. The Everglades News Canal Point. .
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Correct-Attest Fla. ) FOOD wA sTg DllPotl" .. .
Julius T. Moon

( Le 1* Friend FOR SALE: New and Used Willys .deans.perfect. tidier.mat kitchen, for a 'r
Martha M. MclntoahI
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DIrectors Jeeps. Walter Ashley's OaragtIn e ;, .'.
Rupert Hock
State of Fionas,' County of Palm Belle Glade. Phone Oct.6-3058.17-M-ch or See plumbing Yovr appHane.1d t'" ; :

'm.io and subscribed 'before me .ti. M5. '
this 19th day of July 1983. and I SEPTIC TANK' Service availableby t 1, J
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hereby certify that I am not an otfloeror -
director oC this bank.. Council- Calling: me. We do excellent ,T.,- '\ FLOREOA'' > OWIREl\' ; LUHT-COMPAMi"' H' U'i.' :: .
Betty Jean ; work. Bob Durrance Phone ; BUILD 'La uDti ivPage > ''
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(h,How does the new 3%% interest rate benefit me? check every six.months for the life of,the Bond I I

A: With Series E Bonds, the rate turns $18.75 into You buy E Bonds at 75% of face value and the
I. $25.00 fourteen months faster than the old rate.mterost accumulates to maturity. H Bonds provide ,
"", income for living while E Bonds build '
Your savings tncxease faster, because your Bonds expenses a
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nest for the future Tha t'e why retired
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With H the
.;' Series 10-year maturity period chad's: education, buy E Bonds. .
: stays the same but more interest is paid you each
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," works out to 2H%for the first year and a'half; then H Bonds? 'If a" \j

-; a guaranteed 4% each year to maturity. At E Bonds: $25 (cost $18.75), $50 (cost $37.50)), $100 I

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.( Bonds and buy new ones? ducted every y 7day. The .Bonds :you baY 'by .

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tall to retain yotsrpreieQt BoDd.L" fellow do I'help strengthen America's peace power "' ::'".

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Ptfefeqr, Jaiy: 23, 1963:
Pap Four The Everglades New. Canal: ; pmt Florid


HOME wjoasa.Mr. ALAItA.&..'''.
Lingerie Shower I Minute Maid Hires and Mrs.. Mitchell Kirk and


I.I l PERSONAL NEWS; NOTES Yvonne The Thompson- Market Director Kelly granddaughters visit *with have relatives returned, Kay home In Lynn Anniston after and, a.,.

Community Room of theEverglades' ORLANDO-The appointmentof Ala.
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Federal Building was Harold D. Wakefield, New Jr. .

Mrs. W. M. DuBose left satur.1 I Mr. and Mrs. John Rogers at the scene of a lingerie shower for York advertising agency executive BlBTJIlAY rAR'lT

day for a visit with her tended the Notary Public Banquet Miss Yvonne Thompson last Friday to the position of vice president Mr. and Mrs. James Weeks gave;

.Jacksonville. From there she will Saturday night at the Fontaine. night at 8:00 p. m. and director of marketing for their son Jimbo a party on his

visit relatives In Sweetwater, Ala bleau in :Miami: Accompanyingthem A pink and white Tntlf prevailed Minute Maid Co. has been announced 10th birthday on Monday the 19.
She will be four weeks. was Mrs. Nellie O'Riordan by Minute Maid Co. Board
4 gone throughout. The refreshment This was a double occasion for it
from Ft. Pierce. table was covered white damask I Chairman Henry Cragg. Mr. Week's also.
by a was birthday
Mrs. Maribelle Bawls is visiting
Wakefield has been a vice pres- .
tablecloth -
relatives in Gainesville for Mrs. Laura Justice and children and had tall pink ident of McCann-Ertckson, Inc. In
candles In BIRTHDAY
crystal holders twined HAS 91ST
three weeks. Linda and Mike have gone on a the newly-created positions, he will
with pink rosebuds at either end. Mrs. Ruth Hatton visited her
vacation to visit relatives in Jack. all sale
Mr. and Mrs. Lester Hand are sonvllle and Columbia, S. C. A, lovely arrangement of pink and and supervise market research advertising functions for father R. J. Simonson Sunday;
expected home this weekend aftera white flowers was In the center'of when he celebrated his 91st. birth-
Maid division of The
two weeks visit with relatives in Mrs. Eugene Reed and children the tablj flanked by pink punch in Minute a day.

Hammond, La. have returned from a six weeks a crystal bowl and a large pinK Coca-Cola Co. _4 _
Minute \ world's largest
Maid, the
vacation. and white cake. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Maxson are
Miss Teryl Echols attended a citrus\ processing firm, pro
The weeks at
shower was hostessed by spending three Singer
two day 4-H course at theMont* Mrs. Arch Blakey left Tuesday Mrs. C. G. Willis, Mrs. I. M. Lair duces the Minute Maid\ Snow Crop, Island.

erey Hotel in West Palm Beach July 20 to visit her sister, Mrs. Mrs. Mae Laflin, and Mrs. E. C. Tip Top and Valley Gold brandsof ___
this week. Nellie\ In Okla. concentrates, Hi-C
Narglor Arapahoe, I Watson. At the brides book was frozen citrus The grandchildren of Mr. and
for a month. : Fruit Drinks, and the Real Gold
Mr. and Mrs.' J. H. Bordeaux, I Miss Bonnllu Lair and Ginger Mrs. Thurston Butler hive return
accompanied by Mrs. M. F. George Billy Frasure will return hometo Willis served at the punch bowl. line of hot-pack citrus concentrates ed to their home In Palatka.,
well line of some 140
as as a
spent Sunday in Naples and Carraway, Ark., Wednesdayafter Many of the honoree's friends I! citrus by-products. v
Ft. Myers. a visit with relatives. attended and one.or two games

were enjoyed.Out .. I
The many friends of Mrs. Char Mr. and Mrs. L. P. Vann have of town guests were Miss

les Jones will regret to learn she returned home from a vacation In Helen Jane Longbottonvof: Sebringand BIRTHDAY PARTY

is a patient at the Hendry County Georgia and Florida. Miss Mary Lou Varnadoe of Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Maxson were

Hospital where she underwent surgery Palatka.Mr.. the guests of their son and family
recently.Mr. Mrs. Ray Ursry and daughters, Mr. and Mrs. Bobby Maxson and Of OlIfillTV

Ralena and Pam, were'the recent and Mrs. Robert Simonson Todd, In Boca. Raton. The event _,
and Mrs. L. II. Hicks and
guests of Mr. Ursry at Cape Ken have returned home from their va was the celebration of youngTodd's I .
daughter Patricia, and son, Billy,
nedy. cation. birthday Saturday.
have returned to their home in ,

Granltevllle, S. C., after a visit .. ---- --
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.BEACII FLORIDA FIFTEENTH COUNTY., IN JUDICIAL AND CIRCUIT FOR PALM OF : Everglades Federal Savings And" .

IN CHANCERY NO. M C 1S91 c'In _

MATTER Re: OF ADOPTION Loan Association of Belle Glade
RE.: PATRICIA ANN WATFORD. ?3': .
a-k-a DAUOHTRKY ADOPTION "
TO GERALD ALDEN DAUOHTREY : ,
Address unknown I ;' BELLE GLADE, FLORIDA r ':':., .
NOTICE TO DEFEND :
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You are hereby notified tbat a Petition .'.'. .t'.. ., .
for Adoption ha been filed In the I ,. co .. ..'
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above styled Court for adoption of Infant .
girl PATRICIA ANN WATFORD :'" : }' FINANCIAL STATEMENT : .
a-k-a DAUOHTREY born at Lake .- "., ,' "
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Worth. Palm Beach County. Florida on r ',' As Of June 30 1965 : :
July 22nd. 1M4 to DIANA SUSAN ;'.. .
DAUQHTREY. You are hereby com .,.' .". : t" ., < I M
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mantled to file with the f' 1 : '; .. .. .
the original of your Answer or other ," .; :.:
defenses on or before the Itth day of "
August 1905 and immediately thereafter ASSETS Liabilities and Capital'i.*
serve a copy of laid Answer or '. !
other defenses upon CHARLES, B .ct Y \
aUTHRIDOE. Attorney at Law. City t
Center Building. Lake Worth Florida.; First Mortgage Loans .............: $22,259,200.82 Savings Accounts ..........._.. r.. $21,117,370.25 "
otherwise the allegations of said Petltlon ..J. .
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will be taken as confessed bJ
Loans on Savings Accounts v..:, i, 104, 98.77. ..,, d. I
Dated this 8th day of July 106$. 1 :. :::. ", ";.. .t l tdvanee:1. from J..e era 1. .
JOHN B DUIOCLB : ,
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Clerk of Circuit Court :. :" :; ilflomf Loan
; Bank: _:......_...... 1750000.00
(CIRCUIT COURT Thaddi SEAL P.) Plant- Improvement Loans ............. 98, 80.90 ..o' f*, '
Deputy ClerkCSARthB ', >t. .., (, .
B. OOTHRIDQE Real Estate Sold on Contract .... 50,848.08'I in Process '
Attorney at Lair oans ..-..!. ;._ .. 640,381.75.
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,118-220 Worth City Center Florida BuildingLake Real Estate. Owned.1.: ........... 80,401.02 :' .. ', ,. "''"(#1"Jt "
Publish: July II. 23, 30 and Aug.'5. 1M t .

NOTICE OF INTENTION Cash and Investments: I Other Liabilities .:...,....._,...:.. ...... : ", 5,206.54t .

TO REGISTER FICTITIOUS "
Federal Home :, '
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NAME Estimated Federal Income Tax 17,32l'aO
Notice Is hereby given that the Loan Hank Stock ............' f 240,000.00.... ,. \., ,
undersigned, under the provisions 'I** : :
U. S. Government <* :" : .
of Chapter 20,953, Laws of Florida, :
Acts of 1941, will register with the Obligations .............r_..... 820,018.35 Deferred Credits ......._......:....:. 82,186.02

Clerk of the Circuit Court, in and A-4ft4 r> ..v (r ,
Beach Florida, Other Investment Securities.. 102,000.00Accrued "'
for Palm County, 1'9
Specific
of Reserves ..:......_.: / 84.08
of proof publicationof
receipt "
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this notlc ,-the fictitious name, "
to-wlt: Receivable-Investments ..' '15,581.43' : ; ,
General Reserves
SOUTH BAY FLORfST .' :
South Bay Florida C sh'on Hand & in Banks ..1.: 1,083,895.72 Federal

Under which I am engaged in "

business South Bay, Palm Beach Office Building & .. ..r. ,\;s\. I"" '" "j Insurance.. $1.0.45,833.95 .

County, Florida. That the party Equipment (Net) ............ 223,105.09 *' '
Interested in said business is Sadie -

,Barwick. That the firm name fat Property Held' for .. Contingencies 827,997.95 1,878,8'31.90

--South Bay Florist. ''' Future EXP nsion/(Net) C... '" 25,070.! '"*"*" '"'*. '*)%'r ..
.. To be published once a week for ._ "
'four successive weeks in a newspaper 'U Other AsWts'anJ1* '***.. *,* $KK ** ;7 f'>. -Surplus] '& Other IkserTtSJ*.?... 325,228.13'

,hIm Beach of general County.circulation: .in 'Deferrea a Charges...,.....;:'.w:..'.*.&'*' 100,622.14:;
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St. Peter's, Lutheran First Baptist Canal Point :

Church, Belle Glade Church, Pahokee Baptist Church

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August K roe ben Pastor Guthrie W. Colvard, Pastor Lawrence Stewart, Pastor
601 W. Lake Rd., Belle Glade SUNDAY SUNDAY:
9:45: a. m.-Sunday School
SUNDAY: 9:45 a. m.-Sunday School
Divine Services 11 A. M. 11:00: a. m.-Morning Worship 11:00' a. m.-Morning
6:30 p. m.-Training : f
School 9:45: A. M. 6:30 p. m.-Training Union
7:30 p. m.-Evening :
7:45 p. -Evening Worship i; I
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Holy Nativity 730p. m.- Prayer Service 7:30 p. m.-Prayer. :
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Episcopal ChurchPahokee &
First Baptist Wilma Jean '

t Rev. William Pickels, Vicir Church, Canal PointRev. I Wedding TonightPlans

SUNDAY have been completed
8:00 A. M.-Holy Communion James HarrisonSUNDAY the wedding of Miss Wilma !
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First Methodist 9:45 a. m.-Sunday School I'Leroy Brown of Qewiston,
11:00 a. .-Morning Worship ,will take place at the First ; ;:
Church, Pahokee 6:30 p. m.-B. T. C. Church at Pahokee Friday,

7:30 p. m.-Evening Worship 23, at 8:00: p. m. with Rev,
.* John A. Briley, Pastor WEDNESDAY: E. Hall of Victory Baptist
SUNDAY: 7:30: p. m.-Midweek Prayer ch, West Palm Beach, to

9.45 a. m.-church School Service. at the double ring ceremony. I
11:00 a. zn.-Morning' Worship Miss Waldron has chosen '

7:45: p. .-Evening Worship Jhurch Of Christ Carol Waldron, her sister, to
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x as maid of, honor, Miss
The Methodist Church 125 N. W. Avenue D Wilder of South Bay and Miss

Phone WY 6-3867 Scarbough. of Sebring, as
Canal Point, FloridaEdward i Belle Glade, Fla. maids. ii
SUNDAY SERVICES Flower girl will be little 'c
F Norton, Pastor 10:00: a. m.-Bible Study Gretchen Rawls of Miami liOn.'i'
SUNDAY: 11:00 a. .-Morning Worship Master Jimmie Chamblee of
9:45: a. m.-Sunday School 7:30: p. .-Evening Worship Glade, ring bearer. Gideon
11:00: a. .-Morning Worship WEDNESDAY will be his brother's best
6:45: p. m.-Evening Worship 7:30 p. m.-Bible Study Ushers will be John Branman
TUESDAY: Francis both of
Phillip
MISS MARY FRANCES ARNOLD
8:00: m.-Woman's Society1st
p. Glades Church The program of nuptial
Baptist
TuesdayWEDNESDAY will be presented by Mrs. Brooker of 4708 El Nueva Ave., Fort'Pierce,
: Colvard, vocal soloist, and engagement and approaching marriage on August
7:30: p. m.-Prayer Meeting Rev. Jonathan L. Wolf) Faye Harris, pianist, both of Mary Frances Arnold, to Ralph D. Jones, son.of
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Meets in Pahokee Lions Club Jones, Pahokee.
The Church Of God Building hokee. ..

Of Prophecy, Pahokee SUNDAY SCHOOLr-0:45: a. m cial The hall reception of,the church will be'in the Final i I I A reception will follow in the
Canal Point Road PREACHING-11:00: a. m. and recreation room at the church. All
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7:30 p. m Wedding friends of the couple are Invitedto
friends the ,
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John H. Kinard, pastor SUNDAY B. Y. F.-6.30: p. m. attend both the wedding and
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10: a. m.-Sunday School WED. PRAYER-7:30: p. m. been completed reception.
11:00 a. m.-Preaching Service ception. of Miss Mary --- ....T ---

7:45 p.Service Evangelistic 2,319 Persons In Co. HOME FROM CAROLINA daughter Brooker of of Mr.Ft. Calling Shower '

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Mr. and Mrs. Robert D. Jones, of
8:00 p. m. Tuesday-V.L.B. son For Brenda UnwinMiss
are home.from-Fall-field, N. H. Jones Paho
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8:00: p. m. Thursday-W.M.B. Get AssistancePaul
t Everyone welcome. Special where he was engaged in a an event at the Brenda Unwin was honored
table deal for several weeks.
music, and singing. Church in Paho
---- ..- M. Cassen Chairman of t\plans to return to Fairfield at st 6, at 7:30 p. with a calling shower: at the home
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end of five weeks when Lawrence Stew- of Mrs. Billy M. Sheffield, 3127
St. Mary's Catholic District 10 Welfare Board of the I
State Department of Public Welfare I, crop matures. .. Canal Point Bap Bacom Point Road, Tuesday, July
Church June the vows for 20. Guests were served from a refreshment
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reported that during I JOINT RAINBOW MEETING,
table laid with a whIte
received Old ceremony.
1965 2,319 persons
Father Francis Fennech, Pastor Age Assistance in the amount of Order of the Rainbow, : chosen as her I cutwork cloth and featuring a pink
Sunday Mass- 11:30 a. m. 108988. 123 persons receivedAid ly No. 16 Pahokee and the Miss Sharon Hol- and white floral arrangement.A .
Confessions before Mass Blind the amount of Glade Assembly held a Joint Her brides pink and white color scheme
to the in
$7,290. 1221 families received Aid Ing Monday night July 19 In Buttons McKln- was used throughout the house.

South Side ChurchOf to Dependent Children In tne Glade., of honor, Mrs. Hostesses with Mrs Sheffield
577 were Mrs. Elmer Jones, Mrs Lester -
amount of $75,677. persons PATIF.IVTB
ChristBelle received Aid to the Disabled In HOSPITAL brother of the Hand, Mrs. Robert Walker, Mrs.
the amount of 32146. Patients at the Everglades as best man. Ush Ray Hawk, Jr., Mrs. Ron Ter
Glade across from service during the. month, .243 of morial Hospital are: Ella Sears } and Dale Jones, Haar, Mrs F. G. GUlls, Mrs. Joe
Bowling Alley on Rd. 80 In addition 534 children received J. Simonson,, Benjamin Thompson, Mrs M. H. Baxter,
10.00 a. m.-Bible Study service during the month, 243 of Charlie Collier, den atne of nuptial music Mrs. James IL Wilson Mrs. H. II.
11:00: a. m.-Morning Worship whom were In foster care.. The Sharon Harris, Mabel Guerry, by Bob Horton, Parker and Mrs R. E. Hurt. The
ty Brewster Paul Barbara Stew- honoree received electric mix
6:30: p. m.-Evening'Service total state and local cost for direct Maynor an
7:30 p. m.-Wed. Bible Study. child care was $14,424.36. Mrs. Lynette Thompson and of Canal Point. er from the hostesses.
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The Pahokee ChurchOf studied for the Circuit Court. T
children placed in
These are
The NazareneS homes independent of service ; \
through 'a licensed child placing
Rev. WiUard Kllpatrlcky4 agency;and the Welfare Board,IB!
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924-7629", P. 0. Box 862 make these reports'to the court. m .
SUNDAY SERVICES .,
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-' 9:45: a. m.- unday School ed on t.'the District 10 Welfare I \-,>1 '

4fii:00 a. m.-t.$unday Worship Board'by RtT.wht.ru1, Can- (THEN YOU'LL WANT TO SEE US"I! ; ,
fi!!6:30 p. m.- un1on sen Chairman, J,:F. Thomas, Jr., <1\ r
027.00' : p. m.-Sunday Evening of,West Palm Beach, Mrs MarlonBleech $ "
_. Evangelistic Service ,of Pahokee, Mrs. Wilda
WEDNESDAY: Tufts of Lantana,'and( J. TJ"McMuraln If your summer vacation is over and you are thinking of .-'

7:30 p. m.-Midweek Prayer ,of Defray Beach. ,
meetlnlg.' .. building a new home-you'll want to come and see Ever-
"Where you are a stranger but FAMILY RETURNS

once". Rev. Lawrence Stewart and glades Federal in Belle Glade or at our branch 'office in
4 son Larry, went V> f301* .city

Church Of God, Friday night lie was accompanied' Pahokee. You will find,the friendly folks in either placevery
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home "by Mrs. Stewart and sons
Barfield HighwayPahokee Timmy, David and' Joey.: They .
have been the guests 'of her. par." helpful when it comes to making plans for a newhome

Fla. ents Mr. and Mrs. Adams. and the to build it. either
A. L. Stone, Minister 'W. money Drop by place
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Phone 924-7863 TO VISIT IN GEORGIAMrs.
SUNDAY: Ray' Slngletary left Monday and make inquiry. You'll be glad you did.

fl:45: a. m.-Sunday School 'for a visit in Cairo Ga., to be
11:00 a. m.-Morning Worship( I the guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. S.
7:30: p. Evangelistic Ser Chastaln and her mother. Mrs. C. '
FEDERAL
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viceTUESDAY W. Connally.
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:7:30 p. m.-Youth for Christ ATTEND BOYS CAMPThe payings And Loan Association

Service. boys attending Boys CampIn ACCOUNTS INSURED BY FEDERAL SAVINGS AND LOAN INSURANCE CORP.
Lake Yale, Fla..for a week are
I i Mr., ,and Mrs. Jack Daltori and Mark Crews Steve Younger, Geom Pahokee. Belle Glade

.'- :e.JlQllt1I{ nth Tlllis, .OVM I-aastter, Tommy .
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{ .Carolina. Hunter and Richard Batchelor.

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dered each of the various troop.I better than our'1063 efforts, yet I SIGNS ABC CHANGED Shower In Honor
Patrol Will Make commanders throughout the stateto Florida traffic fatalities for the I marks The of remaining the Shirley identification Brothers, Wilma Jean WaldronThe
preselect those roads in their! first 6% months' of 65 have increased -
inc. erased
concrete concern were
ELxtraEffortTo1altDeathToll\ areas where the greater number of to 61 highway deaths ove'the ths week when new RInker M.a"terj Community Room of the
wrecks have occured In the past same last in on
period year. als signs were put place Everglades Federal Savings and
and assign additional personnelover Kirkman commented further the; building in Pahokee. Signs Loan Building was the scene of a
and abov those normally assigned Several
were changed on the trucks -
with specific instruction that this program was not a campaign weeks ago. Rlnker purchasedthe calling shower for Miss Wilma
TALLAHASSEE Florida to rigidly enforce the law. but rather a program aimedat Shirley company several Jean Waldron, Wednesday July
Highway Patrol Director H. N. Troopers will pay particular attention supplementing.our present enforcement months ago. 21. Miss Waldron and her mother,.
KIrkman revealed today a new in these accident hazardous -. techniques and will Include .. !Mrs. Grace Waldron, wore orchid
enforcement technique aimed at areas to the motorist who the use of all available TWO FAMILY REUNIONS corsages, presented them by the
curbing a dangerously rising highway follows too closely; violates atop equipment such as aircraft, unmarked Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Hundleyand hostesses who were :Mrs. Herman
death toll In Florida. signs or signals, fails to yield the patrol cars and speed ra' Kautz, Mrs. Joe Hatton, Jr., :Mrs.
"Eight hundred and ninety seven right of way; drives over the dar units. Wayne have returned home David Unwin Mrs. Harry :M. McIntosh *
people have died In traffic accidents center line; improperly changes Commander Xlrkman concludedby from a three week vacation nKansa Mrs. Frank Gillls and Mrs.
thus far In '65 and every effort lanes; and drives at a rate of speed saying, "It is our hope that all ,. While there'the Hundley Raymond ''Taylor.A -
I must be applied to stpp these which Is unlawful or unsafe for the drivers will recognize their responsibility had a, family reunion on June 27 color scheme of blue and
tragic and unnecessary deaths on conditions. in Florida's traffic safety and the Friends had a reunion on white was carried' out on the refreshment -
Florida's highways," stated Col- Colonel Kirkman stated, "Our problems and will join with us by July 5. The Hundley reunion was 'table which was laid
i onel Kirkman. enforcement efforts this year are conducting themselves properly held in Kingman, Kansas and the with white lace cloth over blue.Th
In hopes of controlling this awesome better than 7 percent over the and lawfully upon our highways I I Friends reunion was held In Wich- hostesses gift to the honoree was
problem, Klrkman has or- same period in 1964 and 13 percent at all times" ita, Kansas. an electric fry pan.

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