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 Material Information
Title: The Everglades news
Alternate title: Belle Glade news
Alternate Title: News
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Everglades News Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Canal Point Palm Beach County Fla
Creation Date: January 10, 1964
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).
 Record Information
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: aleph - 001981538
oclc - 32615395
notis - AKF8469
lccn - sn 95026042
System ID: UF00079910:00369
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Succeeded by: Glades observer
Succeeded by: Everglades observer

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THROUGHOUT THE VAST AGRICULTURAL AREA OF PALM BEACH COUNTY


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Cattlemen GoingTo Jupiter Dedicate Bank New Will Lions To Sponsor Classes Adult Education ResumeAt Postal Cash Up 13



Memphis MeetMEMWHIS Home On SundayPalm Circus In PahokeeThe Belle Glade Hi Pct., Bryant 38 Pct.


Beach County's newest and Adult Education credit classes
and
Tenn.-A dele- Pahokee Lions Club mot The sugar boom continues
large
resumed meeting following the
most modern financial Institution
gation of Florida cattlemen is expected First Bank of Jupiter, holds a public Tuesday, January 7, for their reg- holidays on January 5, 1964 at as a result post office receipts for in
Point and
Canal Bryant are up
to participate at the 67th 12 ular monthly business meeting. A Belle Glade High School, Bryant
reception Sunday, January Point
1963. Canal
convention of the Ameri- committee was, appointed to discuss the good year
Annual in School East Lake School Ever'
full
from 1 to 4 p. m. to permit Smith
with Mrs. Edythe as post-
National Cattlemen's Associa- sponsoring a circus. The financial -
can spection of its facilities.The glades School, Lake Shore High of 13
increase
showed
tion here Jan. 26-29 in a special county's 23rd bank, headed report was given by treasurer School, Okeechobee School, Osceola master an !
and
the Bryant
salute to its retiring president, by Board Chairman State Rep. James Vann. School Pahokee High School,, percent for year
Mrs. Elsie M. Scruggs as
with
Cushman S. Radebaugh. Jerry Thomas and President H. Visiting Lions'were' Bob Adams, Rosenwald School. Non-c r e d 11 t
Orlando and Ft. and ,A. R. Harrington clerk charge'showed an increaseof
of Clewiston
Radebaugh, classes will resume during the
Richard McCord, has just com-
Pierce, is the first southeastern pleted a $200,000 structure on U. Canal Point. Student guest was week of Jan. 13th, according to 11 38 percent.These .

rancher to head the national or- S. 1 at Jupiter which is being her- Fred Clements... In the absence of reminder today by Paul L. Phillips,, two increases in postal
to the increased
due
ganization which has members In alded widely for its exceptional Mrs; Sarah Varin, Wayne Hundley Director of Adult Education. receipts are directly -
44 states. He will complete' a two- '. acted as pianist: activity brought about by
year term which found him trav- design. Region four deputy district Gov. . the sugar boom and the steadily
CommissionerRay
Florida's Banking
hundred thousand McMichail announced that he increasing population with its increased -
eling several Bob
E. Green recently attended Beans
miles in this country and to New formal dedication exercises. Sunda"s is the Oakland Park candidate for Bring $4.60 business momentum.
Zealand and Australia. He was district Governor in this district, Bryant is a rural (branch) of

elected president at the associa one public day actual reception opening precedesby for with him was his! campaign manager And Corn $3.25 Cnnal Point and is one of the finest -

tion's 1962 convention in Tampa. bank which since it Dr. John Ottino of the Ft. little post offices in Florida.
business by a
The Florida contingent, led by was chartered last March has Lauderdale, downtown Lions Club.It -- Receipts 'there in 1962 were $3-

Ralph W. Cellon, Gainesville, pres- made an outstanding 9-months was announced that the Beans-a Scarce commodity on 015.61 and during the year 1963

ident of the Florida Cattlemen'a record. speaker at the next meeting will the Glades market--brought an lust passed, the receipts Jumped to

Association, will be joined by 1,500ranchers . be Mrs. Alys Okie, she will speakon I excellent price thts week when 9'4,180.99. A great deal of this increase -

and feeders of 40 states. the plans of the proposed new buyers paid 1.60 for some beans., is due to the business going

Also meeting in Memphis will be Canal Pt. Garden hospital for 'Par 5kee. : Others dropped in price to $,..::25 through the office from the U. S.

the American National CowBelles, ,, and $1.50.Corn Sugar Corporation with its newmultimillion
service and social auxiliary, and I' ( --- during: the week has bean dollar sugar mill located -

the Junior National Cattlemen's Club Meets MondayThe' bringing $3.25 nnd farmers gener- at Bryant.
Green Wants
Association: Ray ally are happy with the price. It( The Canal Point office under

Among the Florida beefmakers 4 time this week Post Master Smith has shown
thought one
serving their industry on national Canal I Point Garden I Club To Be Reelected To was that the committee would boost steady increases for several years.

boards and standiing committeesare will' meet Jan. 16' at 3:00: p. m. In the price a little but after second Not many months ago the postal'

J. O.: Pearce, Jr., Okeechobee; the Community Building in Canal thought they decided to let well department in Washington refurb-

W. D. Roberts Immokalee;, Thomas Point. After a short,business meet- I Comptroller Job enough alone. ished and refinished the interior

1... Sloan, Alto Adams, Jr., and Ing there will be memorial services . of, the local office to modernize it

h Cushman S. Radebaugh; 7Jr.,_.Ft. held, in the garden in memory of I ;; for today's increased business. Receipt "

Fierce; Elliott Whitehurst, Willis; Mrs. Coburn who was a charter State Comptroller.Ray EJ: Green 1963 Triumphant YearIn for;1962 were 13100.91 and

member of the Canal Point and. today",announced his candidacy for Foreign MissionsSouthern that amount jumped in 1963 to

ton.And Gerald Cayson, Blounts- Pahokee Garden Clubs. reelection. $14,784.ieXa healthy growth in a

town; R. D. Bennett, Greenwood; ---+ .... Green, the 24th Comptroller of Baptists designated community ''that Is steadily enjoy-

J. W. Lowery, Panama City; S. L. Florida, also said that his son-in- 1963 World Missions Year, and it ing Increased sugar cane growing

Crochet, Clewiston; and Ray Raul- Schlitz Offering law,!'John A. Madigan, Jr., prom became triumphantly so with the activities.

erson, Pahokee1. Cash In inent Tallahassee Attorney, would ..
Fishing realization of a, 10-year-old goal of . .
I state
his campaign
again serve as
. I This Year having more than 1.750 active foreign
Derby chairman.
Local PTA Meet
missionaries under appointment -
Tom, Humphries, executive vice .
Palm Lake Group The Foreign Mission Board
TAMPA'-The Jos. Schlitz Brew- president. of the Tallahassee Bank
closed the with an overseas
ing Co. has announced It will and Trust Company, will serve as year On Monday NightThe
staff of 1,805 (Including 25 mis-
Will Meet Feb. 13 sponsor its $500,000 Florida Fish- treasurer., The Tallahassee Bank associates).
ing Derby in 1964 for the fourth and Trust Company, will be the sionary
1963 Board assigned -
Also in the
consecutive year. As in previous depository.The Canal Point P. T. A. met
additional
to two
missionaries
The W. M. U. of Pahokee' Bap- years the event will be built around Comptroller said I the countries and planned for future Monday night in the school cafe-

tist Church held their regular Borne 100,000 tagged fish which changes broughtt about in Floridaby geographical expansion, adopted a teria with W. E. Blackwell president -
will offer anglers the opportunityfor the tremendous growth of the -
Monthly program and 'business budget of $22,133,031.96 for 1964, presiding.' 'Mrs. Mildred Lar-
cash catches and will give state during' the last ten years.
meeting, Monday, January 7, at Florida important research bene- calls for ,experienced leadership instate and strengthened its administration rick's third grade won the room

the church. :Mrs. E. B.., Gamble i 'government to meet the ever in several ways. Intensive count. Mrs. James Gibson, mem-

president, presided. fits.There evangelistic crusades overseas bership chairman, reported a totalof
will be no major changes increasing new challenges.]I"There'
Mrs. Guthrie Colvard presentedthe from the 1963 event. The derby is no substitute for ex- were among the outstanding features 123 paid up members. Mrs.
entitled "Northwestand of the Stanley Hooks, public health chair
program year.
I will again be1 open to residents and perience and performance in busIness -
Midwest." She was'assisted by I tourists alike,.wlth no entrance re- or'government" Green, said. In the final push toward realizing man, reported that ,the recent eye
of the W. M. U. its the Foreign Mission and check up'has been '
seven members developing goal ,ear. cornpleted. -
quirements except to follow ,thestate's "Both are vital In pro
'" who told of the needs of the North.; fishlng'regulatlons. grams to meet the demands produced Board appointed, 172 missionaries ".
i. Midwest states in the eight during 1963, W. E., Blackwell introduced Miss
west and : The derby;will again be conducted by growth and the increase and reappointed
mission field. Mrs. Colvard all-time high of 180 Jane Plumer Palm Beach
home in cooperation with the FloridaGame requests' for services by the con- reaching an County;
closed the program with prayer.' appointments in a calendar year health,-nurse, who spoke on "Im-
and Fresh Water Fish Com- sumer and the taxpayer.
Mrs. Gamble announced that a mission and the Florida State "The experience I have gained ((the previous record was 144, set munization of 'Communicable Diseases. r

banner will.be presented to the cir- in busIness In 1959). It also employed 15 missionary .". She encouraged all parents .:>
Board of Conservation. These two during my 21 years. private -
cle with the most members in at- the associates for limited to keep their-children's shots
23 in
agencies will tag 10,000 fresh and years governmentis '
tendance at the monthly'meeting and salt water fish with"all cost proving more valuable each yearIn terms of special service, makinga up to date- and try the, oral vac-
banner total of 195 additions to the overseas -
This month the was presented better
defrayed by Schlitz. my contribution to gov- cine.Refreshments
the Lottie Moon Circle. staff and net gain of 166
to a were served by
,Each of the tags are numbered ernment and in serving the peo-
She also announced that the Palm'Lake I after deaths, retirements, and Mrs. James Gibson .Mrs. Grady
and started
each number has a corresponding1cash ple of Florida. my political
Associational meeting will signa tlons. Echols, and Mrs. W. E. Blackwell.
value. Tag values are $25, career as mayor of ClearwaterIn
.
Beach Feb. 13 The two new countries are 'Jamaica .
be held in Delray ,
$5O. $100 $1,000 or $1O,000. One 1935. After serving for two un-
at the First Baptist Church. Mrs. where missionaries will assist BIBLE STUDY .
$10,000 fish is released in each opposed terms, I became Clerk of
announced the upcoming Baptist churches in special "The Letter ,,to the
Claude Shirley of the four zones of the state which Pinellas County Circuit Court. I Ephesians"
mission study in February. projects and specific ministries, s the book being taught by Rev.
that
have been set up. served in capacity through
. and Iceland, where missionaries l Guthrie- Colvard for the January
1948, and in 1949 was appointed
ATTEND WEDDINGMr. - S assistant state comptroller and will work with an Englishlanguage Bible study at the First Baptist

and Mrs. M. P. Stanley left FORMER RESIDENT ILL subsequently became comptroller." Baptist church ,ministering Church in..Pahokee., The study was

by plane Thursday to attend the I primarily to American military opened by a film strip Sunday

wedding of their son Capt. Mlllard Gaulden Harrington and Mrs.A. . personnel. These additions bring to night and continued through Wed-

Stanley to Miss Linda Wandrey in H. Scruggs were recent visitorsin Veterans Office 53 the number of countries to nesday night.

:Markham, Ill. The wedding will Pompano Beach, where they which missionaries are under ap- I . .
I
take place Saturday evening at visited their cousin and family, Secures Refunds pointment-an increase of only FORT PIERCE VISITORS

6:00: p. m. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Mclnnls. Mr. Mc- one over a year ago since Malaya Mr. and''Mrs. Joe ''Kelly'were the

m m m Innis is a former: Canal Point resi- Following is a breakdown of recoveries and Singapore were absorbed into recent guests of 'their. soninlawand

CROSS VISITORS dent and has been ill for some for Palm Beach County the new nation of Malaysia.Mrs. daughter Mr., and Mrs. J. V.

Rev. and Mrs. Walter S. Cross, time. Friend wishing to .end I tor the period July 1, 1963 through . Thomas, ..Jr, .TJiey' were accomp-

Jr.. Live Oak. visited his parents cards may send them to Coconut December 31. 1963 as reflected Homer Barnes was the anied to their home in Ft. Pierce ,

Mr. and ],(n. W. S. Cross Fridayin Creek Subdivision Pompano In the official records of this of- guest of Mrs. N. El Carroll in by their granddaughter Terri who

Canal Point. Beach Fla. :fice: Total $249,540.12.. .Naples over the weekend. .plans to visit a week.t . :






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Friday, January 10, 1964
Page_ Two The Everglades canal Point Florida,
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-'--- -- Pahokee Mrs. Becky Kepp and Mrs. Mar-
in
held
paign among food store chains to which will be announced that gie Mock visited,their sister, Mrs.
5. It was '
induce customers to clean piggy :March 'Miami
next meetingJan. Sadie Barwick In whero
fee the
banks and turn in their contents'ata the program hospital.
In the
is patient
Mrs. she a
by ..
22 will be presented '
store or bank. One big national .-
check-out counters Bob Hatton who will speak on
chain has signs at
to ask) "Art Appreciation." Mr. and Mrs. W. E. McCall had
reminding'checkers as' recent guests'' her sister, Mrs.
II customers for payment in coins.
PAYBIGnWIDENDS David B":. Swanger and children of
cr to exchange. coins for paper CLASSIFIED ADS
Ala.
money. <<; : Childersburg
I J One news picture that caughtmy

eye showed a huge flatbed -tTr?
Q !! truck with several tons of pennies JI;

in large sacks-$34,000 worthonthe
way to serve' the needs of com-

merce. Dr.. Joseph Williams
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The Rardin Building: In Canal Point, FloridaTHE a. -

LAKE OKEECHOBEE REGION HOME OFTHE Regular MeetingBy Physician To Infants And ChildrenOFFICE


EVERGLADES NEWS Woman's Club IHHn: : : : : : : :


Serving the.Lako Okeechobee Farming Region Without The Pahokee Wmans Club met<< HOURS: 9 A. M. TO 12 N. 1 P. M. TO 5,P. M.WEDNESDAY .
Interruption Week for.Nearly 40 Years
Every
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Wednesday, Jam; 8, at 12:00 p. m. &: SATURDAY: 9 A. M. TO 1 P. M.)
Established March 11, 1924 Published Every Friday for its regular monthly business (

Subscription Price $2.00 Year In AdvanceThe meeting Mrs. C. M. Todd presi- of Office . .
Opening
Announces
dent, presided. Mrs: Todd announced _
Everglades News Is Entered at the Post Office that a proclamation had been
In Canal Point Florida, as Second Class Matter received from Gov. Farris Bryant 3447 EAST MAIN STREETPahokee ;

Paul Rardin Owner, Editor, Publisher proclaiming January 12-16 as
"Arbor Day". The Woman's club Fla. Phone 924-7647

?n, With all interested agencies of will observe the week.
rrlll[ ( '!I!'!II'1I1IfII/fff! !, \('!!\I:: the Federal government,cooperating Plans are being made for the

e LZT"I1.1.pont. ; I to advance programs for raising District 10 Federation meeting IJ J".I.A'r
I!" UIZ'!
s ( ''d\\(, the economic levels in rural ._______ __ ___u__ __ ___ ____ __ _ h__ _______n't
4y areas, the county agent now functions -

,; II Ooy1.P4 'plans to as develop the local all community contact for resources +++ +++<. ;* 9 < <* <> >
farm or non-farm.
''W.a .' X .
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Available to
Extension are all '

__. __ the "brain" resources of our colleges + LILThI. : t

and universities. Actually, A im %
Among the changes in the agri- our County Agricultural and Home .
cultural picture that have been Demonstration agents are mem-
. taking place in recent years in the bers of the University of 'Florida :% Phone 9245511Pahokee Phone WY 6-2550 Belle Glade t

expansion of services by Agricul- Faculty. Their offices are considered -
tural Extension into fields other to be part of the university - SALES and SERVICE X
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than those of''farm activities. campus. When you bring a problemor

.More recently, with the adventof question there, they can get the : Heating' Air Conditioning Appliances .
Rural Areas Development and answer, or expert counseling and 410 ...X
s>
-. other programs designed to revitalize advice, from any of the numerous' ; e 410 a ,n a. ft a e s
rural America, the activi- university departments. ">4>4e4). ..>".."v ...""'''.*>.if*''. '' **VV****.* *''*<**}*t*-->***' <*++++. +V'
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ties of the Agricultural Agent Because theirs is basically an : ______ ___. __ __,___ . __ _.____ _. ____ n ,__-,__._
have been increasingly aimed at educational Job, many county
nerving the needs. of non-farm peo- agents and their assistants are rI
,
studying for higher degrees. In -----S.' ..;_

ple.This new concept of Agricultural Florida, our Extension Service has I 6 "'&.;.> fT.r.' -.- ____ .. 1r/. :._ ''WilYou'I "'C"
Extension is to serve all the peo- one of the best records in the "
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... Treasure the pleasure \
ple, not just the farmers. It isn't South for academic improvement. .. d \ \ '
exactly a new idea. But recently it Sixty-eight per cent of all .
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Has begun to take hold and become agents and assistants in Florida .t I

"really. effective. have either completed or are work- mmOutdoor( ) ,[ffi)1) ]](Gt (G" 1

still Although the main service' Job, to the farmers objective Is, ing on masters'. .or. higher. degrees. 1 , .. ) ,"i!,

now is to 'fotlow'through, into the Incidently, I noted recently areport :. -f", .

,towns. and urban areas.' that more youngsters from .... Lighting makes your .x(
:
.- -, --- urban homes were enrolled in 4-H your home after dark.'gives you J'-
', work in our state than the num- '
,, 'Of'enjoyment. It sets the'mood ;: J:

Classified Ads bers living rural on non-farm farms or residents.those who .,, ' .. creates dr. matic contrasts and .J t}, : +.
were
'' :. Electric Post Lights at driveway :. '
I The 4-H enrollment figures for : : ; (
"': , daily desirable for safety and : .
1962: urban, 15,670; rural non- .
POSrnVKLY' all want ads br farm '15,616; farm 13315. You 'F". ; '1, '"your guests and discourage tr Mfety."i: : ,;
classifieds, as you wish to call H', ': }". with a "magic eye" that : ,
can see that 4-H, which operates '
them, are payable in,advance from under Agricultural Extension, has :',.:..;. ,: :d.,. ; .....OFF, at dawn-whether you're h
this day forward. dollar 'em.. been successful in Its appeal to -' .) ;j a \' Lights for outdoor,living are e : '; ..'

r' \ Write it and drop" a:. bill runt in'the ; youth beyond the confines of the ,: .e,j) girl) cost. See the fine selection at
If want it r' i ) .
i envelope you farm environment. tractor or lighting store. .,
, once.. $2 if- you. want it run twioe1, \
trend ..
-- Such a speaks well for
and so on. success of Extension's expanded .', t I' 'i i ASK FOR FREE B00. .. ,

FOR SALE New and Used Willys program riving new emphasis to Full of ideas to help you ..k:

.. Jeeps. Walter ..Ashley's a...... the' policy' of "service to all the tot more fun beauty and :'P'tN ,'" .

In Bell Glade, Phone 6-30QB. people." )
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Oct.:, 764chr. .. ; / fl.g.m! .a. L"
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In the' event you're inclined to ,s ftslvs. too .
G f'' IS THKBJB ACfKTHINO in,the ,attic Worry about the size of our Federat Ct

: you'd like \to convert Iqt 'debt-don't. ,f.L G ..1 D A .i'.0 .W,E Ri- L 10,)$,T CO M.'ANN YNSLIN0
! cash? A maJl ..classified. ad i in, 'AC"307 Billion dollars the Fed .U'.D FLORIDA
' this column.wlU twrn.fche t< tri k.,1b.; eral debt equals 52 per cent of national -
only costa a dollar-cash ,wiib. or-, .., -
r. income, compared with 89 7 41P'I h ', ') n'ff, ff,
drr. I IAOTONJS.pTEBiKTnBp per cent 10 years""ago; M.

, la rent! \Then' what about, the upcoming I

::;lag, bu ytng' ttr'ttpeWUftg'', orf' jJ budget? It's expected to be about
,: stot6 In* 100 Billion ....ddllaf taro.! !: 'the vffrtit
percentage.Grocery
,' :* .* tine: i&"'History.. hit ,mien that .":;,"- y
fohbkee caJJffljjM.T t!r '1;: | Jlp."FOR isn't 'Is'ostaie'for worry if you look
'
l ALB i Cash register, scales s at.it in relation to our 'gross 'national : I
, ? ; product''For ,a' number of I } '
)
'Cali i #
.. : years, according to' one* analysistI've 11t i :x --. S.+ x.
t oeen, the biMget has be 1'1fttn-: .
1LLLINQ .ftTATIQjfJSM ,for ning.around 16% per aent' f GNP. r.
lease on :Muck City Road "> 7 As now'estimated,'excluding? defense ? i

-:7; tureen StreamUne Quarters apdrJj" spending, the :coming lM*
i' Connors .Highway.
tor service. station aDd small:remt compared with 10 per cbllt.In
;:,::;' aurant.'FV>r'particulars. get in 1949 M\cf1'rp r'-cent in "1939:
touch with Paul flardtn, aM,, *-H w-evel'- oaf Gross'National, f
Point ',OTa.. op'\iPhitween. :"9$4t21r! :"- Product continues"to efcpand' Arid I "t'1tm iI

,. .8 a.;m.'.and,p.p., ;m. our1'.population dp1oa1oti'ctitb u.*. 1 1'I

FOR SAL>LE1!,I : "-cpmaket House you calf expect to' see1, the 'levels .. w .
F 'tra11 ..," 5',,* liA .2 !edroofh* ot All types of governmental
.pending-..:Federal, state and localContinue
r path ad half. FL b. :: Wineb'Ptlbed1517
: ,11 '1, 1'r to.rise.
Pal llee;
9
The reason is* simple. ,You can't
1 r 1 .I.t..t.. 1 I . iThurmimd .. give' the ''_1'V1cead6manded bymore

r4 l ;Kni..ht millions 'of people '''without
*pending more money.
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Realty 41n .
,
+, Perhaps you've noticed in recent
I month the sews reports about the _
r\\ -' .,. y. 8:268* Federal irilnta WOt-1t1ng-overtlme to i ) : ..' -
l' S :
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, "K ,999." \ *ierWt .t flees turn :our more coins'because of a L i; :
. >Pafr*.I Be.eh, )florid* shortage throughout ''the1 nation. i

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Kr. lAd Mrs. Gene Butler Mr. Bridal ShowerAt
s and Mrs. Edgar Wilder, Miss Mary I Home ,51 1
Wilder and C. .L. Wilder have re- Spencer JI I
turned from Metter, Ga., where -
they were called by the death of The home of Mrs. Jack Spencerwas
their daughter, and sister, Mrs. the scene of a calling bridal BIRTHSRecent

Cleo Miles. shower honoring Miss Elizabeth
Mik Maxson is a patient In recent bride of Kend-
r Everglades Memorial Hospital Humphries be- Births at Everglades
alter receiving painful injuries in rick Rayburn. Miss Humphries Memorial Hospital:
a recent tractor accident. came the bride of Mr. Rayburn Mr. and :Mrs. Joel Jefferson
Miss Lynn Hatton celebrated Thursday night, Jan. 9. Mitchel of Clewiston, a daughter,
i q>.. her ninth birthday with a party Greeting guests,with Mrs. Spencer Sarah La Trail, born December 26.
Saturday afternoon at the home of and her Mr. and Mrs. W. 'H. Raulerson

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i Hatton. born December 30.
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Mrs. Alex Johnson, Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Dale Rutherford -
;. VISIT IMMOKALEEMr. Mackey Mrs. J. L. Hum- Pahokee, a son, Daniel Bruce
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In a doublet ring ceremony at St. Philip's Benizi Catholic Churchin
Belle Glade as they stood before an altar decorated with poinsettia-
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er spending a week: as the houseguest Mr. and :Mrs. H. J. Anderson
oi Mr. and Mrs. M. D.Gelge. have as* 'guests her brother and
t, :. She was accompanied sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Paul
home b;; Mrs. H. G. McGouirU. Staples of Southern Pines N. C. Muck Roa'd
y Miss Mattie Bain returned to :Mrs. John Ogle and son Stevie City
her he me in Coats, N. C., Wednesday and Miss Myra Baxter, were week
after several weeks visit with end guests of their mother, Mrs. =
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Rardin in Canal Bessie Baxter.
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with her son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Brooks Henderson I. : 717)r
:Mr. and Mrs. Paul Rardin. have returned from Tollesboro.. =
Mr. and Mrs. Kyle Scott had Ky., where they were called by ==
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Y and Mrs. Sherman Scott of Hardy, Ruggles.Pfc. .
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Bedsole Wedding State University Tallahassee.The West Palm Beach, serving over two .
bridegroom is the son of Mr..J years as Assistant County Solici-
Performed Dec. 26 and Mrs. Joseph T. Guerry, Paho- tor of Palm Beach County. He is FLORIDAfacts' . .

kee. He is a graduate of Pahokee actlre1' in many civic and fraternal .
:Miss Arlyce Anne attends "'" .;.. .'!*' .. .. '. .
Bedsole of High School. He1 received his B. S. organizations, the First !: ; ;:J ; '
Belle Glade and John Lockwood degree in engineering from the Methodist Church of West Palm FLORIDA'S 62,000 FARMS 4,,';;: ::1
Guerry of Pahokee and Oklahoma' University of Florida Gainesville Beach.Humphries. MJ,' ,
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City, Okla., were married at the Air. and Mrs. Guerry are at homein v. .,.
Community :Methodist Church inI I Tulsa, Okla. CUpy 21.000,000 ACRES 60% OF "".: .... :
where he is em- WeddingHeld ""1'1 _..,,*...":.':''Ii.. .i' '>:
Belle Glade December 26. Rev. .j I ployed as an electrical engineer by :'THE STATE'S TOTAL LAND AREA
William Boland performed the 61 Douglas Aircraft Corp. Last NightMiss "OF NEARLY 35,000,000 ACRES. "" I\ ""':

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gladioli chrysanthemums and Windham GrossIn phries became the bride of Ken- ; ..... 1.J \' r: ':-"''''''3.;

palms, and lighted by brass pyra- I I New Positions, drick T. Rayburn in a double ring {((" :"1 ;:; :.J. "

mid candelabra. The nuptial musii ceremony Thursday night at 7:00: T .. ,.
was furnished by Miss Karen Va- p. m. The wedding vows were repeated - .-' .- !1.c:
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Mrs. Jaye :Mackey Bedsole, sist i Beach Attorney, was appointed Methodist Chapel before an altar .- ., ._-.....,'.;$ r.. -
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wore a 'Palm Beach County and Clyde T. :: .,:;;.

street-length sheath dress of red ,Windham. who has held that office Dottie Lair Pianist, furnished the ,. .. .... .-.1 .:. :..Q.: .-iS. .- :::::.
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velveteen and carried a bouquet of 'I since last November let was elevated nuptial music. .<_,, ;....... ; .,<' ' .. ... .- .>, .... P.O.'..". .. .r _--- ,
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Ann Slonaker flower girl wore a the Fifteenth Judicial Circuitby stead served as matron of honor.
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dress similar in design to that of L.. Clayton Nance of Fort Laud- She wore a street length dress of
the matron of honor. She carrieda erdale, Public Defender for the I deep green peau' de sole with a ON FERTILIZER BECAUSE PHOSPHATE, ONE

basket of red rose petals. David Fifteenth Judicial Circuit, which i I I floor length over skirt and carrieda OF THE THREE PRINCIPAL INGREDIENTS IN
Simmons served as best man. Cur- includes Palm Beach and Broward bouquet of porn poms. David COMPLETE PLANT FOOD, IS MINED IN THE

tis Thompson, Jr., and Thomas Counties, effective January 1st. Rayburn served as his brothers ,,4b.., STATE AND REQUIRES MINIMUM TRANSPORTATION. ,....
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Mobley were ushers. The vacancies were created when best man. George Butler and Jay *
The bride was given in marriageby former Assistant Public Defender Bedsole served as ushers.

her brother Jaye M. Bedsole. John H. Evans recently acceptedthe The bride was given in marriageby
Her gown of white satin featured a position of Assistant City At- her father. She wore a gown of
fitted bodice and elbow length torney for the City of West Palm white velveteen with fitted bodice ,
sleeves. The bell shaped skirt, Beach. featuring a boat neckline and long
styled with a cummerbund, extended Mr. Windham, 41, was born in 1 I sleeves pointed at the wrists. '''Her
into a chapel length train. West Palm Beach and resides with : shoulder length veil of French illusion -
Her elbowlength veil of French his wife Lois and four year old son 1 I was attached to a cap of
illusion was attached to a crown Ricky In Lake Clarke Shores. He I I I seed pearls. She carried her white
of seed pearls.. She carried a cascade -I graduated from Palm Beach High !! Rainbow Bible topped with red
of white carnations centered School and after six years military f I 1 roses. Her only ornament was a
with a white orchid. I service in World War II: graduatedfrom single strand of pearls.
The bride is the daughter of Mr. Palm Beach Junior Collegein The bride is the daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Malcom R. Bedsole, Jr., I 1950. He attended the University Mrs. L. L. Humphrlco, Pahokee.She .
Belle Glade. She is a graduate of of Florida College of Law, receiving was graduated from Pahokee Architectural secretary. with a lace cloth and appointedwith
Belle Glade High School and Palm his law degree from the High School and attended the Uni- The groom is the' son of Mr. and silver candelabra and white
Beach Junior College, she receiveda University of Miami in 1953 since versity of Florida and until her Mrs. Thelmon Rayburn also of Pa- tapers. The punch bowl was en
bachelor's degree from Florida which time he has practiced law in I marriage was employed as an hokee. He is a graduate of Belle circled with fern and red hibiscus.
Glade High School and is now Miss Aleta Shackford cousin of the

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Mr. and Mrs. Humphries were I Mrs. Dorothy Shackford assisted
... i hosts to a reception following the the brides parents with the recep-
., wedding in the fellowship hall of I tion.After
,,- the church. The table was laid the honeymoon the couple

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where he will be stationed. Out of
R town guests included Mrs. Donnie
9 >.i P PROPANE GAS Taylor, Dothan, Ala., grandmotherof

the groom and Mrs. Mae Gallo-
7j17 : : M1'b' & APPLIANCES way, Indiantown, grandmother of

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1t'x' .xv 3 Installations .

Mr r Patterson Circle

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POWERGAS I/ Point Baptist Church, wilt
meet at the home of Mrs. W. S.

drown It... burn it... CORP.Phone I Cross Monday, Jan. 13, at 2:30
I p. m. Mrs. A. H. Scruggs will present -
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Savings Bonds? is free. -- ---
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They've been stolen find thrown The safety is- just one of the o

into a river. Mistakenly left in an many reasons why U. S. Savings N'T ALL
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Bonds are the most widely helda .
and baked at 400. Hidden in
oven cookie jar and eaten full of holes securities in the world. Anotherby YOU at the .0'I.x ;:'

hungry beetles. Forgotten in apair good reason why you should In. r,
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of work pants and washed vest in Bonds is the important Job Fabulous I.

bleached and spin dried. Cut inthey can do right now in making: .
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to tiny pieces by an irate wife. America safer from the enemies .. .
Gnawed by mice, and gobbled up of freedom. PALM KACN I kENNEL CUT
by goats. Buy Bonds and see if you" don't .
feel pretty good about it. : s NITELYEXCEPT
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Yet in spite of all these Ir.i?- ,. .
' flitlrk fnttt about u.s. Smmlmgt 8esJ. ; SUNDAY
fortunes, these Bonds weren't !1" : tN
to their owners. They didn't even You get $4 for .Yry $S at maturity THRU
Von: can get yonr money anytime I .i.v= f
stop.growing in value. Your Bond arc replaced fro* iff'r'royed ,-, .... ;, APR. 22
kcer. ? : or stolen You can MYnntically ..... :'. '
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Savings Bond sold. So every E'j r:,p freedom In your nitur*MftfiU.

that's lost, destroyed or stcl.: .?. SAVINGS' BONDS 2 PM

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Canal Point The Pahokee ChurchOf I Holy Nativity M .9.

_: : Baptist Church The NazareneRev. I Episcopal ,ChurchPahokee

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Lawrence Stewart, Pastor F
Max, D. Jones, Pastor #
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SUNDAY: Rev. I*. Losing, Vicar
433 Bacom Point Rd.
.I 9:45: a. m.-Sunday School SUNDAY: :
Phone 924-7528 P. O. Box 882
11:00: a. m.-Morning Worship 10 a. m.-Sunday School It
SUNDAY SERVICES:
'.' 6:30: p. m.-Training Union 11:00: a. m.-Worship Service
9:45: a. m.-Sunday School -..
7:3O .
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11OO Worship
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WEDNESDAY: Church Of God
6:30: p. m.-Juniors ,
7:3O p. m.--Prayer :Meeting 1
7:00: p. m.-Sunday Evening Barfield HighwayPahokee t ,
Evangelistic Service.
The Church Of God WEDNESDAY: Fla.J. .

Of Prophecy, Pahokee 7:3O: p. m.-Midweek Prayer W.,Hughes, Minister
meeting. Phone 924.373d::
Canal Point Road
I. "Where you are a stranger but SUNDAY: ja
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John H. Kinard, pastor - .
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11OO: a. m.-Preaching Service Canal Point First 7:30 p. m.-Evangelistlc Ser'

.! T:45 p. Evangelistic Service Baptist ChurchElder viceTUESDAY 'fYY

8:00: p. m. Tuesday V.L..B. :
7:30 p. .-Prayer Service
8OO: p. m. Thursday-W.M.B. E. Barfleid
Everyone welcome. Special music SUNDAY: THURSDAY: .
7:30: m.-Youth for Christ
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and'singing. 9:45: ,a. m.-Sunday School
*".* 11:00: a. m.-Morning Worship Service. .
6:30: p. m.-B. T. C.
St. Peter's Lutheran v
J The Church
7:30: p. m.-Evening Worship. Methodist

h Church,.Belle Glade TUESDAYS: Canal Point, FloridaRobert a
7:30 Choir practice.
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,August Koerber,Pastor WEDNESDAY: Mr. .K.J "ifrs. John C. Rhymes are shown above at the time of their
601 W. Lake Rd., Belle Glade 7:30: p. m.-Midweek Prayer A. Shelley Pastor wedding on December 22 at the First Methodist Church in Pahokee.
SUNDAY: I Service. SUNDAY: Mrs. Rhymes, before net' marriage, was Miss Mary Ernestine Maxwell,
THURSDAY:-Every other week :10:00: a. m.-Church School daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Maxwell. Mr. Rhymes is the son of
Divine Services 11 A. :M.
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: 6:30: p. m.-Youth Fellowship Belle Glade where Mr. Rhymes is employed by the Florida East Coast
mm 7:30 p. m.-Evening Worship Railway.
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Church Pahokee 3:15: p. m.-Youth Choir practice South Side ChurchOf Principle which triumphs over
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death" (Science and Health with
W. Avenue D
2nd MONDAY : / Christ Key to the Scriptures by Mary
Gutbrie W. Colvard, Pastor Phone WY 6-3867
7:30: pV.m.*Esther Class meet- Baker Eddy, p. 31)).
SUNDAY; Belle Glade Fla. (
ingTUESDAY Belle Glade,across from .
9:45 a. m.-Sunday School SUNDAY SERVICES -
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Bowling Alley on
:11OO: a. m,-Morning Worship 10:00: a. m.-Bible Study,
8:00 m.-Woman's .0:00 Bible Sheffields 25thAnniversary
: p. Society : a. m.- Study
6:00: p. m.-Evening Worship 11:00 a. m.-Morning Worship m.-Sermon
1st TuesdayWEDNESDAY 11:00 a.
6:4C: p. m.-Training Union I I 7:8O p. m.-Evening Worship : 6:30: p. m.-Evcning Service ; Marked

WEDNESDAY: I WEDNESDAY 7:30: p. xn.--Prayer Meeting 6:30: p. m.-Wed. Bible, Study I
f __ 7:3O p. m.-Prayer Service {I 7:30 p. m.-Bible Study !! The twentyweddlng anniversary -

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f ( ? : evening, January 7, from 8OO.

John A. Briley, Pastor spiritual meaning of sacrament to 10:00: p. m. by their many
SUNDAY: I friends in the Canal Point, Paho
: Carolyn Beauty Shop will be emphasized at communion -
9:45: a. xn.-Church School kee area with an open house at
l 11:00: a. .-Morning Worship services to be held this the Sheffield home.
Sf PHONE 4-7796' 6:45 p. xn.-MYF Sunday at all Christian Science Hostesses for the celebrationwere
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7:45 p. xn.-Evening Worship branch churches. Mrs. Lee Shirley Mrs. Ernest
(Formerly Charlene'[Beauty Shop) Located In Keen BuildingUS TUESDAY: Responsive Reading will open Maxwell, Mrs. Leonard Dobrow,

441 AND LAKE SHORE DRIVE IN OANAL POINT 7:00- p. m.-Vesper Choir pra with a verse from John ((6:35): ): Mrs. Robert Apelgren and :Mrs.
tlceWEDNESD "Jesus said unto them, I am the Sam McKinstry Jr.
I Y: bread of life: he that cometh to me Greeting guests with Mr. and
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5 ttona believeth on me shall never thirst." ren, Wynette Olga, Jessie Ann
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Leasehold Improvements ...-._____.n_______ 51,001.42 ,
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United States Bonds .__m..u.__: ':.'......; 5,834,368.46 5 5 :..;e":"


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". Cash on Hand and Due From Banks. 2,392,937.63 8,273,306.09 5 .,

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