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Title: The Everglades news
Alternate title: Belle Glade news
Alternate Title: News
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Everglades News Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Canal Point Palm Beach County Fla
Creation Date: January 17, 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).
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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THROUGHOUT THE VAST AGRICULTURAL AREA OF PALM


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Bill Jeffries Will Allen Ludlam In Smudge Pot Helps William H. JohnsonIs Polio

Great, Lakes Training: Marine Private

Retire After 35 Bean Picker Tues. Be
GREAT LAKES. 111.-Allen W. ALAMEDA, Calif-Marine Pri.
Ludlam, 18, son of Mr. and :Mrs. vate First Class William H. John.
\ Years With S.F.C.D.Within John. H. Ludlam of 730 East First As Cold Wind Blows son, son of Mr. and Mrs. W M Sunday

St., Pahokee, completed basic (Frenchy) Johnson, Sr., of Paho
training recently at the Naval kce recently reported abroad for
the next 60 days an em- Training Center, Great Lakes, 111. Something new in bean pickinghad duty at the Marine Barracks, Naval FREE
ployee of the South Florida Con-I' The nine-week training includes its innovation Tuesday duringthe Air Staton, Alameda, Calif. given out
servancy District with headquarters naval orientation, history and or- cold spell when a Negro bean He will be assigned to security noon until
in Belle Glade will retire after ordnanceand picker devised a method of keeping cees
ganization, seamanship duty on the station which is engaged
35 years service. W. M. (Bill) Jef- gunnery, military drill, first partly warm while picking beans. in supply! support and main- County
first has been,told by his physicianto aid and survival.Pahokee Pickers always use a hamper for tenance' of Jet aircraft. between six
slow down and that is exactly picking purposes, pushing the are urged
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what he is do. . -
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planning hamper along in front. the vaccine
Mr. Jeffries has submitted his The cold spell Tuesday saw The
Bank Has Mrs. Audie Hooks
resignation as Commissioner and something original and different. able at the
Manager of the South Florida Con- One Picker had a large smudgepot Pahokee
servancy District, a sub-drainage Drive-Up WindowOfficials with a hot fire going in it. Killed In WreckOne Canal
district commencing northeast of Everytlme he moved his bean East
Belle Glade, some five miles, and hamper a couple of feet in front of Bryant
continuing around the Lake to a of the Bank of Paho- him. ,he would reach back and Clewiston woman was kill "
point near Clewiston. kee announce the opening next drag up the Fmudge pot behind ed instantly late Monday afternoonand Just few
Within the district are large :Monday, January 20, of a recently him. her neighbor died later of Injuries of water
cane fields of the US Sugar, the : constructed drive-up window located It was" really cold that day and suffered when their car was and no
Glades Sugar House; some acreage on the parking lot, at the what few buyers there are on struck broadside by a tractor- are three
or Florida Sugar, Okeelanta, and side of the bank. Lake Okeechobce didn't like the trailer while turning off U. S. 27 cine and
bits for other mills.746'Acres The new window will be open weather any better than anybody : Just east of Clewiston, officers re- nounced la
-. five days a week from 9:30: a. m. else. The bean sale at Unity Farms 'I' ported.
until closing time at 2 p. m. The was held in the heated office. .MI'''. Ivn C. Hooks, 63, found
Of Muck payrolls will continue to be made Away from the' chilly wind that dead at the accident scene, was a Credit
up inside the bank at the regular whipped the grading platform passenger in the car driven by Mrs.\
Sold By The State payroll window.At where sales' are usually held. Ruby Ingram, 51. Rushed to Hen-
i a recent meeting of the boardof . dry General Hospital, Mrs. Ingrain New
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directors of the bank an additional died later.

Three parcels of land totaling assistant cashier, Karl Bennett Bank Of Belle Glade Mrs. Hooks survivors include her P'e
' 746 acres in western Palm Beach was added to the list of of- husband, Audie F. Hooks, Sr.. whois Harry B.
..County: 'were auctioned off, Tuesday ficials.,,.Mr. Bennett recently came a brother of D. L. Hooks ,of Ca- ed President
for $108,385 by Van Ferguson, ,to the. bank "from .California and Names DirectorsStockholders nnl'' Point; two sons, Audie Jr. t>f tion Credit
director of Trustees for 'the: In took over the newly created small Clewiston and James C. Hooks of tended a
ternal Improvement Fund in Talla. loans department of the bank. r Miami, and a daughter, Mrs. Jack Davis' to
hassee. Deposits in the oldest bank in of the recently Rush also of Miami. Mrs. Hooks Mr. David
The largest parcel was 537 Palm Beach county reached near- chartered and opened Bank of was a sister of Mrs. W L. Boat- the
acres, about 116 miles south of ly 10000000.00 at the end of the Belle Glade, in their first annual right of Pahokee and also a sisterof ler, Jr., of
South Bay on Lake Okeechobecs, ;year. To be' exact the depositswere meeting on Tuesday of this week Raymond Christian of Clewis retired from
for $100 an acre or 53700. The $9,686,862.44 at the close of ton and of Hewitt Christian of I Farmers
business on December 31, 1963. renamed the entire list of 11 directors Midville sociation is
north half of the area went to SunDance Ga. Another sister, Mrs.
Farms, Inc. The south half .- - to serve for' another year. Una Peeples lives in Savannah. cultural
went to Mr. and Mrs. Fritz Stein When the group of 11 men were Mr. and Mrs. Hooks 'formerly ing short
Jr. All are of Belle Glade. Rotary Contest By nominated it was pointed out that lived in the' Pahokee-Canal Point term credit
"this group has done an
Bill Bailey of Belle Glade was exceptionally area. rests in the :
good Job", therefore, continuance -
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successful bidder on 173.94 acres .
Members I of their services wouldbe - -
of State Board of Education land 3 Clubs Un: St.
for the betterment of the new
ier, Monroe
12 miles south of South Bay. The financial facility. Pastor AttendsJacksonville
price was $250 an acre' for $43,485. a capital
The third parcel was 35 acres The Pahokee Rotary Club met The group of men who foundedthe 283,000.00
16 miles south of South Bay with Thursday, January 9, at 12:00: i"). bank and carried it through its MeetThe agricultural
organizational days is made of
E. L. Parker of Hialeah bidding m. with Bill Plumer, president, up nually thru
the following: Robert D. Apelgren, Miami, and
$320 an acre for $11,200.
presiding.. Bruce Bowe', program. Ball
.a _. James A. Jr., :Joe Tom Boyn- Florida Baptist Evangelistic Glade and
chairman, presented James Batale ton, John Henry Logan, Robert E. Board is
Conference is being held in the
Revival PlannedPahokeeMethodist representative of the Arab In- Mathews, Jr., E. B. McDaniel, Jr., First Baptist Church of Jacksonville Matthews, ;;
formation Center Coral Gables. William Rogers, George L. Royal, Flordia this week. Rev. and er Peterson, ;
Mr. Batale spoke on the "Im- Jr., Claude L. Shirley C. A. (Mutt- ) Mrs. Lawrence Stewart will be attending erson Davis' ;
portance of the middle east to the Thomas, George Wedgworth. all of the sessions. C. R. Sexton;:
of Visitors The new bank which opened for
security our country. Speaking to the Pastors of Florida and George
were Bob Bass, Clewiston; Ken business the middle of November, in these sessions are some of Glade, Fla.Mary .
k The January meeting of the Price, West Palm Beach; C. E. 1963, had deposits of $1,935,276.98on the finest, leaders of the Southern
WSCS, Pahokee Methodist Wom- Crichfield George C. Young, How- the closing day of the year- Baptist Convention, Including R.
an's Society of Christian Servicewas ard Hill, Bob Lanler, and Pete Mc- Dec. 31, 1963.DJrectors .
G. Lee, Robert Naylor and Will-
held in the womans classroomat Clellan of Belle Glade. of the bank will meetin
lam E. Hull. Dr. W. G. Stracener,
the church. The program was It was announced that a contest a day or two to rename the very
the: Evangelist for the Canal Point
entitled "The Church Speaks orDies" Is being held between Clewiston. competent officials who have serv- Church, last spring, will also address Worthy(
and was under the directionof Belle Glade and Pahokee for best ed the bank 'since its inception. the body. The Stewarts will
Mrs. Wilbur Maxwell of the attendance. Lee
Shirley will be in - .. return to Canal Point today.
Vena Mae Schroder Circle. charge of the Jan. 16, meeting. Miss Mary
Mrs. Richard F. Hurt, president, Losers will feed the other 2 clubs. New Water Plant ([Friday). . ed Worthy

named Mrs. Ray Hatton, chairman; .. .. Assembly,
Mrs. Arch Blakey, Mrs. James W.
for'' Girls, at.
*Vann L. Shirley, Mrs., I.members M. Lair and of a Mrs.special L. Weather Cold As City Of South BayA Coast Beans $6.50, Other Annelle) officers Nix

committee to select candidates for
Glades Beans $4You visor; Miss
the annual awards of WSCS Life Some Crops RuinedA contract for the first phase of Charity;
Memberships to be presented to construction of the new water Hope; Miss ;
outstanding workers this spring.It plant was signed Wednesday night Mr. Farmer, figure it out! Miss Pat
was announced that Dr. AllenW. 13-hour freeze and heavy frost by the South Bay City Commis- Wednesday of this week green Miss Gloria
Moore, Methodist Conference dealt a sharp blow Wednesday to sion. snap beans sold for $4.00 in the Induction
evangelist, will conduct a revivalat spring and winter crops in the In connection with the construction Glades and like offerings sold on ve officers
the Pahokee First Methodist rich Glades farming region, but *t the commission also passeda the coast for $6.50.:; advisor will
Church, Jan. 26Feb. 2. was too early to assess ,the, dam- resolution for- the issuance of Corn this week In the Glades mal
.
age.Lowest $375,000 in revenue bonds. Namedas has been bringing $3.00 per bushel at the
Airman 2c Jimmy Jackson left temperature reported bond agents were Pierce, Wul- and growers are rather well satisfied urday, Jan
Sunday for Turkey, where he is from the Glades came from the bern and Murphey Inc. and Bacfu 'with that price. The group
stationed with the U. S. Air Force. South Florida Sugar Co. which and Co. Celery has been selling all the bake sale
He has been on leave and visitinghis took a reading of 25 degrees and The construction contract wentto way from $2.25 to 3.00 dependingon each month
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Monk said a frost' in its field lasted 13 Fred Bray,InCf of Fort Lauder- the size.of the delectable offer delegates to
Jackson in Canal Point. hours. dale. ing. in








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: .Deo Valente .Class I W. M. U. Circles Meet

In'Regular Meeting In RegularSessions:


I Il News Of The : Churches l The first mtig of the New The theme,for the program usedin
of
U.
Year for the Deo Valente Class the W. M. circle meetingsheld

__ the ,First Baptist Church in Paho Tuesday, January 14, was en-
kee was held at the home of Mrs titled "Citizens In two Worlds."
Lee Shirley. After an opening devotional The Betty Mills circle met at the
South Side ChurchOf Canal Point ,First Holy Nativity : a brief business sessionwas home of Mrs. J. H. Wilkinson, with

ChristBelle Baptist ChurchElder : Episcopal Church called to order by Mrs. Paul Mrs. Nancy Mullin, president, pre-

Pahokee, Younger, president.Mrs. siding. Mrs. Mullin read the
Glade across from: R. E. JBarfield M. P. Stanley gave a reading "Watch word" for the year and
Bowling Alley on Rd.-80 SUNDAY: Rev. L. Leasing, Vicar \i "The New Year" and inspirational the group repeated the verse, after
.0:00: a. m.-Bible Study 9:45: a. .-Sunday School SUNDAY: poem of hope and resolve which Mrs. Guthrie Colvard led in
11:00: a. m.-Sermon 11:00 a. m.-Morning Worship 10 a. m.-Sunday School toward a more fruitful Christian prayer.It .
6:SO p. m.-Evening Service 6:30: p. m.-B. T.,C. .' ;Jl:QO .a. jn.- AVoraUp Service life ,in _the coming year. After her was announced that community -
,8:30: p. m.-Wed. Bible Study 7:3O p. .m.-Evening Worship. .. reading Mrs. Stanley introducedthe missions for the month of January -

. TUESDAYS, : : .CharjcJbOf God guest speaker for the evening, will be to encourage family
St. Peter's 7:30 p. m.-chotr practice. : Mrs. William (Bill) Shirley. devotions. The prayer calendarwas
Lutheran WEDNESDAY: Barfield Highway Mrs. Shirleys topic was "Tho read by Mrs. Lee Wroten.Mrs.
Church, Belle Glade 7:3O: p. m.-Midweek< Prayer Holy Land Today". It was most Bill Shirley presented the program.She .
4 Service. Pahokee, Fla. enlightening and educational and was assisted by Mrs. Colvardand
THURSDAY:- Every other week J. W. Hughes, Minister all. The
was thoroughly enjoyed by Mrs. J. W. Brown. who read
Koerber
August Pastor
7:30 Ladies Auxiliary
p. m. Phone 924.3730:
evening was brought to a close verses of scripture.
691 W. Lake Rd.,Belle Glade ,Meeting. SUNDAY
SUNDAY: .....! : with the hostess, Mrs. Lee Shirley, The Lottie Moon circle met at
0:45 a. m.-Sunday School serving hot chocolate and donutsto the home of Mrs. Marvin .Crady.
Divine 11 A. M.
Services. .
11:00 .
Church Christ a. m.-Morning' Worship
School ?:45 A. M. the fifteen ladles present. Mrs. W. A. Keen was in charge of
7:30 . .
p. Evangelistic Ser-
.
the program. She was assisted by
125 N. W. Avenue D vice7UBSOAY Mrs. J. P. Herring, ''Mrs. Grady
First Baptist Phone WY OUT : : Coral Gables Man Mrs. Joe Thompson, Mrs. ,F. G.
Church Pahokee Belle Glade, Fla. 7:3O p. m.-Prayer Service Gillis.

SUNDAY SERVICES THURSDAY: Is Rote The prayer calendar was read
Guthrie W. Colrard, Pastor 10:00: a. m.-Bible Study -7 30 Service p. 'm.-Youth for. Christ Speaker"No I by Mrs. Glllls. The group voted to

KUNJDAY: 11:00: a. xn.-Morning Worship .. send $5.00 to the Childrens 'home
7:30: p. m.-7-Evenlng ''Worship Arab state has any military
9:45: .a. m.-Sunday School in Lakeland and $1.20 to the Boys
WEDNESDAY The Methodist Church pact with Communist state, including -
>>:OO.a. m.-Morning Worship any ranch in Okeechobee for the pur-
7:30: p. m.-Bible Study Russia. James Batal of
chase of a Bible.
.6:00: p. m.Evening Worship Canal Point FloridaRobert
Coral Gables, author and former
6:45 p. 'm.-Training Union . The Faye Taylor circle met at
WEDNESDAY: lecturer at the American Univer- the home of Mrs. Gene Gore with
1:30 p. Service Christian Science A. Shelley Pastor sity in Beirut, Lebanon, told the Mrs. Gene Sullivan co-hostess. The
m.-Prayer
. Group Of Canal PointThe SUNDAY: Pahokee Rotary Club at its lunch- program was presented by Mrs.
10:00 a. m.-church School eon meeting, Thursday,. January9th .
Gore, Mrs. Sullivan, Mrs. Ralph
The Church Of God 11:00 a. m.-Morning' Worship at the Lions Club Hall. Crews, Mrs. R. H. Angel and Mrs
basic nature of "Life" will 6:30 p. .-Youth Fellowship "Communism is barred In
Of Prophecy Pahokee legally Ed Todd. The circle welcomed two
be explored in the Bible Lesson at 7:3O p. m.-Evening Worship all 13 Arab states, and where it new members, Mrs. James Smith
Canal Point Road
Christian Science churches this MONDAY: does exist, it operates under-
and Mrs. Helen Gary. The Febru-
I Sunday. Readings will include 3:15 p. m.-Youth Choir practice ground," said Mr. Batal, reasercher -
will be held at the
John H. Kinard, pastor Jesus' words, "I am come that they with a background of 20 years ary meeting
of
home Mrs. Hatfield.
10:00: a. m.-Sunday School : have life Kyle
might and that they 2nd MONDAY: concerning current developmentsIn .
11:00 a. m.-Preaching Service might have it more abundantly" 7:3U: p. m.-Esther Class meet- the Arab World. -
7:45 p. m.-Evangelistic Service (John 10:10)), and also a related ingTUESDAY I An American citizen born in Patterson Circle
8:00 p. m. Tuesday-V.L.B. from the Christian Science -
passage : Massachusetts in 1901, Mr. Batal
8:00: p. m. Thursday-W.M.B. textbook: "Our Master taughtno 8:00: p. m.-Woman's Society1st cited that "Just as the United Met Monday P. M.

Everyone welcome. Special music mere theory, doctrine, or belief.It TuesdayWEDNESDAY States carries on trade and diplo-
and singing. was the divine Principle of all : matic relations with the Communist The lone Patterson circle of the

. real being which he taught and 7:30: p. m.-Prayer Meeting states, so do the Arabs. For Canal Point Baptist Church met
practised" (Science and Health . example, Washington has just Monday at 2:30: p. m. January 13,
Canal Point with Key to the Scriptures by First Methodist certified the sale of wheat valued at the home of Mrs. W. S. Cross.

Baptist Church Mary Baker Eddy p. 26). at more than $100,000,000, to Mrs. Nellie Reuter opened the

--- Church, PahokeeJohn Russia. meeting with prayer. Mrs. Frank
Lawrence Stewart, Pastor "Surely if the United States has O'Connell opened the program
SUNDAY: Yvonne Thompson' Is A. Briley, Paster the' right to carry on trade with with a reading from the book of

". 9:45: a. m.-Sunday School Granted ScholarshipMiss SUNDAY: Russia, which says it is going to Matthew.
,11:00 9:45 a. m.- School\ The program was presented by
: a. m.-Morning Worship bury our country, surely then
6:30: p. m.-Training Union 11:00': a. m.-Morning Worship Americans, do not have the right Mrs. X.: H. Scruggs, "A Citizen of
Yvonne Thompson, daughter 6:45 p. .-MYF two Worlds." She assisted
7:30 p. m.-Evening Worship to criticize the Arabs for doing was by
WEDNESDAY: of Mr. and Mrs. Joe E. Thompson 7:45 p. m.-Evening Worship what the United States Govern- Mrs. C. B. Jones, Mrs. M. F.

7:30 p. m.-Prayer Meeting of Pahokee, recently receiveda TUESDAY: men has officially sanctioned George and Mrs. S. A. Nail. Mrs.
. letter from Thomas D. Bailey, 7:00 p. m.-Vesper Choir prac namely the right to carry on: Jones gave the closing praye'r.There .
Superintendent of Schools, State of
ticsWEDNESDAY 13 .
trade. were members present.The .
The Pahokee ChurchOf Florida
informing her that the
: next will held
A graduate of Amherst College meeting be at
The NazareneRev. State Board of Education had 7:45 p. m.-Mid-week devotions In 1925 and a former Nieman Fellow the home of Mrs. J. E. Williams in
awarded her General Scholar-
a \
in Journalism at Harvard Pahokee in February at which
ship. This scholarship is obtainedby 8:30: m.-Senior Choir time: Mrs. C.
Max D. Jones, Pastor taking tests and for students p. practice University in 1945-46, Mr. Batal B. Jones will presentthe
spoke on "The Strategic Importance first part of the book "Apogee" -
483
Bacom Point Rd.
preparing to teach. . .
of the Arab World The meeting will
to the Se- begin thirty
Phone 024-7528
P. O. Box 882 Howell Watkins, former Super-. '
SUNDAY SERVICES St. Mary's Catholic curity of the United States". As minutes earlier at 2:00: p. m.
: intendent of Public Instruction of ---. .r
resident-lecturer
in Florida for tho
9:45 a. m.-Sunday School Palm Beach County also wrote
Church Arab Information Center IOWA VISITORS
Mr. Baal -
11:00: a. m.-Sunday Worship Yvonne a letter of congratulationsand
mentioned Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Jaudine of
as strategic: ((1))
6:30
p. m.-Juniors said he would like for her to
Father Francis Fennecfc, Pastor
Muslim religion, (2) trade-travel Jefferson, Iowa, are season visitorsIn
7:00 p. m.-Sunday Evening apply for teaching position in
Sunday Mass 11:3O a. m. routes. linking three continents Canal Point and are residing in
Evangelistic Service Palm Beach County when she fin-
Confessions before Mass
and (3)) petroleum. Keen Trailer Park.
WEDNESDAY: ished her college work.

7:30: p. m.-Midweek Prayer Yvonne is at present a sopho- -- ----------

meeting. more at Stetson University, De- ...
''Where you are a stranger but land. She was Chairman of the
one*." Stetson,Blood Drive this year and
v Stetson reached its for the
1 goal
CLASSIFIED ADS PAY first time. There ,were 120 pints I DO YOU WANT

BIG DIVIDENDS donated. .

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THE NEW YEAR 64


Monday Cattle Sales

. . Here at Everglades Federal we are ready to take care of

," your wants during the New Year 1964
Are regularly held at the Glades Livestock Market especially if those

which is owned and operated by more than 120 wants are centered around money to build a new home.

Florida Cattlemen. You'll find our folks in Belle Glade and in the Pahokee

You'll)) enjoy the excellent service you receive here office ready, willing and able to serve you. Any one of us

at this Market. We make an effort at all times to
'. will be happy to take time to talk: over your plans for
give an outstanding service to buyer and seller. Give a

k. us a trial.SALES. new home in '64. Just drop by either office. We'll be glad
I
to see you.
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EVERY MONDAY AT 1 p. m.

EVERGLADES FEDERAL

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ASSOCIATION INSURED BY FEDERAL SAVINGS AND LOAN INSURANCE CORP.

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I.. Pare Four _The Evergladea_Newsi... canal Point, Florida _

ENGAGEMENTMrs. Sorority ChapterIn

t'" 1 i, Tea In Honor Of,Mrs. ANNOUNCE. Kate Holcomb, Belle Glade, Regular MeetingThe -

Johnson's Mother engagement of her
'Ii LOCALS announces the
:. daughter Mrs. June CUlberson, to Phi Gamma Nu chapter of

I. <( Mrs. Vivian McKinstry and Mrs. Robert H. Hasty, son of Mr. ana the Beta Sigma Phi met Monday

''10' Ethel Johnson entertained Mrs. Mrs. Ted Hasty, Zellwood. Mr- night, January 13, at the home of
and
1I' Sarah Henderson, Mrs. Johnsons' Hasty is employed by Chase
Turbeville, with Mrs.
A Spring Miss Cynthia
A mother, with a tea Friday. Jan. 10, Company in Pahokee. Gamot president, presiding.Mrs. .
Mr. and Mrs. William L. Brown, from 3 p. m. till 5 p. m. :Mrs. Hen- wedding is planned. Joan n
Mrs. Helen Schroder has returned Gwen Levins presented the +
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Jr., of Palm City announced the dbrson moved to Pahokee recently "IF
to her home In Pahokee after entitled "Make-up Is a +
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birth of a daughter, Connie Marie, from Island HONEYMOON program
Long N. Y. and now HOME FROM
a. two-month visit with her sister, Fine Art" at which time she dem-
Mrs. Edith McWllIiams In Pennsyl- January 8. resides at 285 Cypress Ave' Mr. and Mrs. Ken Rayburn have correct to apply'make
the
Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Garrett of . ... returned to Pahokee from their onstrated way
vania. Thomas held
South Bay, announced the birth short visit with up. Mrs. Mary
Rev. and :Mrs. Robert Shelleyand 11RS.VlIEELER IMPROVES honeymoon for a
the regular pledge training session -
of a son, Jack Benjaman, January Mr. Rayburn
Mrs. M. before
daughter Lisa have returned J. Elliott has returnedto their parents following the meeting.
from Virginia where they visited .a her home for a few days after I leaves for California to be transferred . -

their parents in Damascus and 8.Valentine visiting her mother who has been by the U. S. Navy to Ha- STOKES IS BETTER
I MR.
Saltvllle. Dance a patient In Lakeland General Hos waii. Mrs. Rayburn plans to remain Stokes is recuperatingfrom
Roscoe
Mrs. E. B., Gamble, Mrs. Wiley pital. Mrs. Wheeler ]la reported to with her parents, Mr. and a recent illness at the homeof

Tillls, Mrs. W. S. Evans, and Mrs. be improving: and Is now staying Mrs. L. L. Humphries until arrangements son-in-law and daughter, Mr. 'a7
,, Lawrence Stewart attended the Plans Are StudiedThe in the home of her daughter in can be made for her to and his Mrs. Julian Branch.

Palm Lake W. M. U. executive ) Lakeland. I Join her husband.

board meeting which was held In
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after returned Mr.a and visit to Mrs.with Washington C.their R. Mathis son-in-law, D.have C., three rority Dance,,Pahokee was sponsored discussed chapters annually at a of meeting the by the so- III"nUlil"'UII/II@"I''IIImllllll/""'" "' / "!''''''' /''''''''IIIIIIII"IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII" IIIIIIIIIIIII"" '


and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Lewis of the XI Beta Tau Chapter at the

Pope and his sisters, Mrs. Martha home of Mrs. Milton Salvatore. _

McIntosh and Miss Julia Mathis. Mrs. Joan Tucker, general chair-

David Jones, Gainesville, was the man of the project called for a
overnight guest of his mother special meeting of chairman of the Service Station

Mrs. C. B. Jones in Canal Point social and ways and means committees .

Mr. and Mrs. Robert Weeks of of all chapters to complete-

Miami were the recent guests of plans for tha event.

r his father J. G. Weeks. Mrs. John E. Wilson showed motion AND RESTAURANT
B. J. Barwick of Thomasville pictures of her recent trip to

I Ga. was the recent guest of Eugene Alaska. .. e .

Mrs.Barwick.James Latham and daughter Miss Sue Brower .

of Atlanta, Ga., are the guestsof SITE .
Honored At Shower .
her parents Mr. and Mrs. E. B. .

Gamble and her husband's parents, -, ..
Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Latham.Mr. Miss Sue Brower was honored t. ,
and Mrs. J. H. Bordeaux Tuesday night January 13, at the > .
home of Mrs. Donna Plumer witha -= ,.,. FOR -
I were the'' recent guests of her niece I ===
in Ft. Lauderdale.Mr. calling bridal shower. Hostesses -

I and Mrs. W. A. Black returned with Mrs. Plumer were Mrs.
to their home at River Charles McWharton, Mrs. Ethel :

Forest, Ill., after a visit with their Johnson, Mrs. Eloise Unwin Mrs. ; LeaseLOCATED

.. '. son-in-law and daughter Mr. and Hilda Jensen Mrs. Harrel Duke, _
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', Mrs. Robert Hatton. Lira. Irene Hurt and Mrs. Helen c

... Jean Boynton.The .-
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t7AXES ARE DUE was a pink

Farm operators are reminded cloth and featured a pink and ---:::-: : ., .7' ....... .... .. .."" ."" ."" ..... .. ===
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-} that they must file reports of white basket which held a pair of "...I:..,.' v" '..,, 'IV" ''Ii'> '..,>"t1f>:. ><..,.>J1 ..
wages paid to farm workers in love birds dressed'as.. a bride and ---1 _

1963, together with payment of social groom. The! hostesses gift to Miss =

, '\ security taxes by January 31, Brower was an electric skillet. :: .
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\4' 1964. ONMuck
Patricia.Thomas To
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Report of Condition of

of Pahokee DANK in the OF State PAIIOKEK of Florida at_. Wed1 Wayne WilliamsMr.
the' cloe of business on December 20.
1 1963. =
ASSETS and Mrs. Harold Thomas, :: City Road

Cash.banks balance and with cash other items 3587: Airport Road, Pahokee, an- ::

In process of collection _._3262736.72 nounce' the engagement of their ,E _
united obligation States, Government direct and daughter Patricia Lee to Wayne E

guaranteed ______________ 4246514.78: Williams, son of Mrs. Addle Will E
Obligations political subdivision of States and___ 48,000.00Loans lams Canal Point. The bride elect ::: (STATE ROAD 717)) :-

and discounts ....... 1.921.343.38: is a senior at Pahokee High :::-
Bank premises School. Mr. Williams is a graduate ::: ===
owned _____.__7327.54: -
Furniture and of Pahokee High School and is now :::

Investmentsand fixtures _other 41984.77' 49.312.31 serving in the U. S. Army at Fort E BETWEENSTREAMLINE :

assets indirectly representing Gordon, Ga. Wedding plans will be ==
bank' premisesor announced at a later date. E
other real estate .
Leasehold ______________ 51001.42 =
Other a eta ____________.. 8485.38
Auxiliary Meeting
TOTAL ASSETS ____$9,583.593.99: =-=
LIABILITIES: At Hall HomeThe _
Demand deposits of individuals -
partnerships and
corporations ____________$.,$7.342.033 Maude-Shirley Auxiliary of -
Time of Individuals and savings partnerships deposits- the First Baptist Church of Canal === =

and corporations ___ 834.911.93 Point met at the home of Mrs. == AND(5ONNERS
.' Deposits of United States -
Government (including Cecil Hall. The program was presented -
postal ..States) _______ 125.323.73 by Mrs. Thurman Thompson =5 ,- =
and
Deposits of
political
subdivisions ________ 033.177.03 and Mrs. Fred Higgins entitled _
Certified and officers' "Ways to be a Better Christian in C
'TOTAL checks etc '______________ 26.361.79 the New Year" All members took ( HIWAYSTATE -
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DEPOSITS .$$8.962.212 pat" ,':iq t.the.prQgrani., "'->if? :=z:. .

(a deposits) Total demand 7,W:!.ne.8T Ltrs.! Higgins, president, presided ::::: = ..
(bind um at the business session and Mrs. ::::: ( ROAD 700)

]savingsdeposit* _. MS,4>>.21 Joe Usher gave the devotion. The :::::= "
next meeting of the circle will be ==
TOTAL LIABILXTIBS ______$8.982.21208
held at the home of'Mrs. Usher.
Capital:par CAPITAL) Common ACCOUNTS stock - = 300 FEET ON MUCK CITY ROAD AT THE SITE OF .
total value 8200.00000 200.00000 .::
Surplus ___________________ 200000.00 LAUDERDALE VISITORS.
ba C vlded profits _________ 203381.91 Mr. and Mrs. James S.' Wilson THE OLD TIN BARN. BIG ENOUGH FOR A

TOTAL CAPITAL and children Jean. Jimmy. and _

ACCOUNTS _______>._____ 603.381.91 Jan of Ft. Lauderdale were the recent = STATION AND A RESTAURANTWITH =
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TOTAL LIABILITIES: AND guests of her parents, Mr. and
,CAPITAL ACCOUNTS -$9.583.393.99 Mrs. R. W. Sanders.WAUf1HULA == LOTS OF
MEMORANDAAaets . == PARKING- _
pledged or assignedto
secure liabilities and VISITORSMrs. ==
for other purposes (Including Lila Jaudon. and daughters = PLOT IS 100 FEET DEEP
notes and bills
redlscounted and securities of Wauchula were the weekend ==
.; sold with agreement guests of her sister-in-law and ==
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to repurchase ...... 1.400.00000
fa) Loans as shown above brother-in-law, Mr. and Mrs === ', '
are after deduction of Wiley Tillls.APPRO === NA00400004FOR =
valuation reserves of ________01.828.58 :: =
.I B. P. Mcllwaln. Cashier of the ?:
J bore-named bank:, do solemnly *.ONE OP: EVERY FOUR =
wear that this report of condition la '
VISITORS IS SEEING FtOWDrt. ) =
true and correct to the best of m;' FULL INFORMATION
.. knowledge and belief.CacreetAttest FOR Trie FIRST TIME I CALL

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Cashier PAUL RARDIN CANAL POINT -
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OT director. of this bank.Betty Jean Connell / III/IIIIIIIII"'IIIIIII"IIIIIIIII/ "' .

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Page Two The Everglades News Canal Point Florida Friday, January; 17, 1964
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Eissey; I: a.ch''c unty Superintendent of :the determination to excel In all

AnnouncesFor ,Public Instruction. ,that we do. We must excel in or-.
I Everett B. Nowlen, C. P. A. will der to attract the quality invest

School Supt. I serve as my campaign treasurerand ment we desire for our State. We
the Atlantic National Bank must attract people in the future

I _L ..Jli will serve as depositing institution. who will come' to Florida, becauseto

I am announcing my candidacyfor reside here will mean living In
a state that does not settle for
the post of Palm Beach County
f BudDickinsoudsOfficially medjpcrityv, but. strives for excellence -
lW1ti School. Superintendent because I ; in government, business and
feel that the Palm Beach Sohool standards
lJJi I System needs] a,leader in the field fn TheGovernor's 'living- :
"But excellence can only be
i of education, a superintendent who
achieved by and for a united Florida -
has organizational ability coupled:
RaceFred ; -one Sunshine State! Not
with the knowledge and desire to
Florida-not West Florida-Central -

The Rardin Building* In Canal Point, Florida bring System the to the Palm educational Beach County level it Florida-Lower East and
O. "Bud" Dickinson, gen West Coasts etc., but "All Flor-
i THE LAKE OKEECHOBEE REGION HOME OF should attain, a superintendentwho ida."
i has educational administration erally regarded as a leading candi-
experience on both the elementary date for Governor, made his formal "I have adopted a 3-word slogan
: THE EVERGLADES NEWS I as well the for my campaign, because it sums
as secondary announcement Thursday in Tallahassee -
I' /' level, a superintendent who has tho I before his county and up my opinion of the most important -
:, Serving the Lake Okeechobee Farming Region Without vision to plan school programs regional I ideology we must implant in
managers.
: Interruption Every Week for Nearly 40 Years which will meet the needs of the I Dickinson then met with his the minds of our citizens the
t Established March 11 1924 Published Every Friday length and breadth of Florida.
individual child a superintendentwho West Florida Precinct Captains in i
; ?' Subscription Price $2.00() Year In Advance will recognize he must select! Pensacola's San Carlos Hotel. Friday "The Dickinson campaign" slo-
outstanding to work with gan is "One Sunshine State.
t people he conferred with Precinct
The Everglades News Is Entered at the Post OfficeIn him to effectively administer our Captains in Jacksonville Orlando, "No longer can we afford to allow -

I Canal Point Florida, as Second Class Matter rapidly growing school system, a Tampa, Miami and West Palm regional jealousies to domi-,.

Paul Rardin Owner Editor Publisher superintendent who will support Beach, windIng up the tour Satur- nate our political conduct. One
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educationally sound policies with- day morning with a breakfast area can no longer be incited
: eration in the past year, and said out fear of recrimination, and has meeting in Fort Lauderdale.At against another in "\. callous bid for

\. Bandlow & Rardin "I'm sure next year we will con- I the courage to make changes an announcement planning votes and power.
where changes are necessary with session in his West Palm Beach "Because' only a unified Floridacan
.'J tinue to have most cordial rela- the wisdom to compete in the arena of worldwide
recognize the areas home last night Dickinson stated,
Take On
Top Spots tions." where these changes are needed, a "FlorIda in 1964 and the years competition. Only one united

Turning immediately to Its superintendent who will continually ahead faces a world of severe com Sunshine State can successfully'
P. B. County BoardCounty heavy agenda, the newly organized keep in contact with and seek: I petition. Our economy and growth build on the sound platform of

I commission agreed to spend $1,200 the aid of our community laymen, depend upon our ability to surpass excellence. .
for each of three inserts in full- those in industry, and other inte- that competition. Foreign coun- -

Commissioner Edward page advertisements in the New rested groups in coordinating the tries are fighting for our tourist Ann McBride Will
Bandlow was elected commission York Times. The ads will boost school pprograms with communityneeds dollar-other states are moving at
chairman Monday by his fellow Florida as a site for spaceIndustrial and finally a superintendentwho full speed. Our drive to attract new Wed Robert L... Gray

board-members and became the I expansion. will give his fellow adminis- industry is met by determined I,
second Republican to .fill the post. Richard Hill, division managerof trators and teachers the backing campaigns of our sister States. Mr. and Mrs. A. L. (Jack) Pope
Veteran Commissioner P a'n 1 Florida Power and Light Co., they must have to explore and experiment Our drive for an education system I announce the engagement and ap-
', II Rardin moved up to the vice chair asked commissioners to join in the educationally in order to of highest standards is in its In t: proaching marriage of their niece, .
man's seat which Bandlow occupied promotion program. He said tho make Palm Beach the best school fancy. To be good today, is not ': Martha Ann McBride to Robert L.
for the past year. Rardin also advertisements would,be replacedby system possible for our boys and 'enough and will result in mediocrity Gray, Pahoke'e. Miss McBride is a
i called for a resolution of apprecla- a new-formed group palled girls.With tomorrow. If we want the graduate of Wheeler County High
.. tion for outgoing Chairman E. F Florida Defense Space Industries the firm delief that our kind of Florida I believe can be School. Alamo, Ga., and is now em-
Van Kesael. Association headed by Edward county school system can and will ours in the future, we must dr ployed by the U. S. Sugar Corp. in

"I want to congratulate you and Carter, president of Molecular Research be the outstanding school systemin everything better."Excellence the payroll department. Mr. Gray
wish you luck in 1964," Van Kessel Inc., West Palm Beach. the State of Florida I therefore must be our goal! is also employed by the U. S.
told Bandlow as he handed overt "There is a, great opportunity announce my candidacy for: Palm We must arouse within our State Sugar Corp.
t the gavel. 'in the immediate future for Palm'
Beach County to be called the
Commissioner Warren
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of country,
1 i': also praised Van Kessel's record an ,
Hill declared. But
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'... chairman and "for holding to the more STATEMENT
promotion is needed. OF CONDITION
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past millage, which was.not easy.
He pointed to Van Kessel's record Hubbell Young southern advertising '

, of programs on the renovation of manager told for the New York. Farmers' Production Credit Association
Palm Beach International Airport. 'Times commissioners Floe.'ida's .
share of defense contractsslid
Longtime Circuit Court Clerk J.
y Alex Arnette took the occasion to from 3 per cent to 1.8 per cent Miami, Belle Glade and Vero Beach, Florida

thank the commission for its coop- last were year.headed He for said Florida some contracts but were At The Close.of Business, December 31, 1963

.- -- derailed by other states.
RESOURCESLoans
Hill said Senator George Smath- .

ers had been "apprehensive" about and Interest .................................$13,403,737.85
Classified Ads
the low amount of National Aero- Less Reserve .................................. 276,211.96 $13,127,525.89Land
nautic and Space' Administration
I contracts coming to Florida. He and Buildings (Depreciated) ....... 36,315.16

POSITIVELY classifieds as all you want wish ads to call or said that was the reason for the Furniture & Fixtures (Depreciated) .? 11,617.50Cash

them are payable in advance from formation of the Defense Space in Banks ........................................ 152,457.89
Association.The .
this day forward. Don't phone 'em. Industries Stock. Federal Intermediate Credit Bank 181,375.00
meeting was the first for ,
Write it and drop dollar bill in
; the envelope? if you a want It run Lytal since his heart attack Nov. 2. Automobiles (Depreciated) .................. 5,637.72

a once. $2 if you want it, run twice ,H v was, hospitalized three. weeks Investment-FH: .- S&W Loans..........- ._ '. v ",.. At_ .Jt: A., 10,596.07

.R, and so on. 'and home.has Commissioners been recuperating him''' he at U. S. Government Bonds (Net)'...........:". s %., -ry.\.:. ; ,. ,,} 760,281.64Acquired

; FOR SALE: New and Used Whys appeared to be "in good shape." Property................................. .'. 39,489.89

Jeeps. Walter Ashley's Garage "I can't say I missed you-all" Other Assets ......................................._ 6,261.21
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l In.Belle Glade, Phone 6.3056. Lytal kidded, "because I thoroughly -

i Oct. 17-GkIHI enjoyed myself." He warned $14,331,557.97
)them Jokingly"the: doctor will ask .;
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!+ cash? A small classified ad in Notes..Payable.Federallntenn.ediate.Credit. Bank... $11,994,968.80 .

i, this column will turn the trick. It Mel Tilis| .Party Dividends (Declared"and Payable)'.....-....................... 27,690.82 '

only costs a dollar-cash wlUJOII'9, (: 'Provision' for Federal Income Taxes ......................... 20,070.39

der. By!: Hitehcocks: Miscellaneous..Account*.Payable ...............--.............. 4,940,80 r

1 ANYONE INTERESTED in rent- t' Capital Stock: Class A Stock...............$752,775.00'
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percentage-A '"," and Mrs Kenneth Hitchcock Class B Stock ............. 848J26S.OO: : 1601040.00
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Knight Billy Kennedy, Diane Holloa, Julia Belle Glade )Florida" Miami; Florida MIamI Florida .

t, 10.1 Realty, Inc. Johnson Freddie Clements, Ralph Ruth PrangeMurielPerry Merle Palmer Gladys Bullinger

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ltil malOt .The Cverglado News, Canal Point Florida Friday January 17, 1984

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Dick Ervin Named Stewart Home Is' PTA Planning For Miss .Barbara WrightTo Frances Summers To

Scene Of Circle MeetThe Wed R. E. Mills Wed Leroy AndersonMr.

r Member Sabine VaccineThe
Of State
Alberta Taylor Circle of the :Mr. and Mrs. Marion L. Wright and Mrs. George Summers
Canal Point Baptist Church met at Pahokee, announce the engage- Pahokee announce the engagement
Supreme Court the home of Mrs. Lawrence Stew- Pahokee P.T.A. met Monday nr ent of their daughter Barbara of their daughter Frances Eliza-
art with Mrs. Guy Thompson serv- night at 8:00 p. m. with Mrs. Elaine, to Roland Edwin Mills son beth, to Leroy Anderson, son of
ing as hostess. The program "Cit- Clark Wilkinson, president, pre- of Mrs. Jessie Mills also of Paho- Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Anderson, also
Attorney General Richard W.i : izens of two Worlds" was presented siding. The devotional was given kee.. of Pahokee. :Miss Summers is a
i (Dick) Ervin was named as a by Mrs. Stewart, Mrs. Colman by Rev. J. N. Hall. The flag cere- Miss Wright is a graduate of senior at Pahokee High School.
member of the State Supreme Conley, Mrs. Guy Thompson, Mrs. mony by Mrs. Laurie Justice Girl Pahokee High School and is pres- Mr. Anderson is a graduate of Pa
.... Court on Wednesday to succeedthe Charles Brown and Mrs. James Scout group. ently a receptionist and secretaryfor hokee High School and is employedby
recently retired Mr. Justice Gibson. Mrs. Lloyd Hundley reportedthat Royal's, Inc., Belle Glade' Mr. Echols-Collins Electric Company
f Terrell, who died the day following The February meeting will be the committee appointed to :Mills graduated from Pahokee in Belle Glade. An August
ti announcement of his retirement. held at the home of Mrs. Raymond screen requests for funds not in High School in 1957. He is employed wedding is being planned.
;, Mr. Justice Ervin is eminently Martin in Pahokee. Mrs. Stewart the budget, suggested that prefer-I by Associated Grocers of MI- .
'" qualified to fill the seat and has will teach. the book "Apogee." ence be given in the order that I ami. Wedding plans will be an- VISITS IN CANAL, POINTDr.
II a host of friends in Palm Beach - . would benefit the' most children. : nounced later. Max Wilson was the recent
::1"t County who will wish him well in This was made in the form of a . guest of his father, Frank Wilson
his new spot in state government 6,808 Folks Given motion and accepted.The Mrs. Hugh Branch has returned and brother-in-law and sister Mr.
,A James Kynes, executive assistant'' clothing committee reported home after a visit with frieinds in and ''Mrs. Don Adams and family
y'. ,; to Governor Bryant, was named to Aid By WelfareRev. that there are now 43 children receiving Jacksonville. Canal Point.
,j'.'; fill the attorney. general's. office. free lunches and 60 to 80
being clothed. t i i i I i i i i i i i i i
4 : Eastern Star Has Paul ]M. Cassen, Chairmanof Announcement was made of the
', H f District 10 Welfare Board of coming of distribution of Sabine h4THEATRE S
the State Department of Public oral vaccine to be given on the
; : Official VisitThe Welfare, reported that in Palm following dates, Jan. 19; Feb. 23, I.
Beach County 6,808 Persons were and April :5, donations are 25 PRINCE LAKE DRIVEINPahokee
assisted in the four categories of cents, however, it is to be explained ; Pahokee-Belle Glade Road
Pahokee Chapter 184 of the public assistance for the month of that this is not for payment of . .
Eastern Star met Thursday night December.A the vaccine and those wishing to S S S -2 BIG FEATURES -
r to observe at receive it, need not donate. There
"Step up night" total of 2,017 persons receivedOld SUNDAY -MONDAY-TTJESDA V
.. ', which time) Mrs. Eunice Hughes, Age Assistance in the amountof will be no questions asked. It was SUNDAY -:MONDAY-TUESDAY JANUARY 19-20-21
J/ associate Matron, acted as Worthy $97,059.00. 116 persons receivedAid noted that this vaccine is needed
JANUARY 19-20-21
Matron. Other line officers moved to the Blind, totaling $6,697.00. even if you have had polio shots. I. "CALL ME
I to their new offices for the com 1,037 families reprasentinig 3,383 The program consisted of an I "DONOVAN'SREEF" BWANA"
ing year. children, received Aid to Dependent open house at which time parents :
Mrs. Freida McQuid, past Grand Children in the amount of visited their children class rooms. BOB HOPE, AND
Matron and Grand Secretary of $63,754.00. 448 persons received Refreshments were served in the ; JOHN WAYNE LEE MARVIN ANITA EKBERO
I the Grand Chapter of Florida was Aid to the Disabled in the amountof cafeteria at the close of the meet- i ELIZABETH ALLEN AND -ALSO-.
guest. Mrs. McQuid presented a $23,520.000.In ing. Room awards were won by "THE 30-FOOT BRIDE
certificate of honor to Mrs. Ruth addition 464 children received Mrs. Shelleys' first grade and Mrs. :. DOROTIIY LAMOUR OF CANDY ROCK"Bank

Meredith to be representative of I service during the month, 250 of Morgans high school class. If I I I r I 1 I I I J 11 1 1 I I 1 I I I I I I 1 20+I I I I I I 1 I I I I I 1 I .
Missouri.Joe whom were in foster homes. The r
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am recently Alderman flew and to Atlanta Hunter Lath-I 415.60.child welfare services was $16- ''mlllllllllllll'! UUOOffiifiiilllllll!IIIIII!IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII! !I III!IIIIIIIIII!!I III!IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII!11111II III 111111I

tend a furniture showing There were 7 adoption petitions
expected home this week.PROPANE studied for the Circuit Court.
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: homes independent of service =
I GAS I through a licensed child placing Of Pahokee
I agency, and the Welfare Board \\a :
& APPLIANCESDomestic responsible according to law to
make these reports to the court.
& Commercial Palm Beach County is also represented -. -
on' the District 10 wel- Announcement
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'. CORP.Phone their recent guests, their daughterand i Banking
son-in-law :Mr. and Mrs. Jack
'WY64H21+ South Bay Geckler and children of Knoxville,
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