The Everglades news
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Title: The Everglades news
Alternate title: Belle Glade news
Alternate Title: News
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Everglades News Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Canal Point Palm Beach County Fla
Creation Date: September 4, 1964
Publication Date: -1967
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Canal Point (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Belle Glade (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Palm Beach County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Palm Beach -- Canal Point
United States -- Florida -- Palm Beach -- Belle Glade
Coordinates: 26.861944 x -80.630556 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1924.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 44, no. 30 (Sept. 29, 1967).
General Note: Editor: Howard Sharp, <1924-1928>.
General Note: Publisher: Louis S. Goolsby, <1929>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 37 (Nov. 21, 1924).
 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: UF00079910:00403
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Succeeded by: Glades observer
Succeeded by: Everglades observer

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Black Top Being Acting DirectorOf
Flood Group Says State MarketThe

A Well Deserved BouquetAn Safety NamedA
Cleo Was "Dry" On retreading contractor the is driveways busy this week and+

( Editorial) parking areas at the State Farmers new name for an old Job-
Pumping: stations, canals, and I Market In Pahokee. The job i Is that's what the Pahokco council
Central and Souther i Another hurricane is history and the Florida Power and In
levees of the being done none to soon to please gave the' Police Chief's position
Florida Flood Control District got Light Company came through it with flying colors. the places of business operating Pahokee Monday night. The charter -

their first "trial by hurricane" th8!! Again that group bf intrepid workmen-the linemen and on the market platform. Throng says that the Chief of Police or

week. their associates--have performed a miraculous job. Elec- the years the State Road Depart Marshal shall be elected by the

But ironically Cleo was a con tric power in the Everglades section of Palm Beach countywas ment has kept the driveways voters of the incorporated City of

paritively "dry" hurricane and did interrupted, of course, but inconvenience was at a patched and the complete retreat Pahokee.

not provide a real test of Flood to minimum considering the high velocity of the winds job will put them in first class con Several weeks ago the duly elected -
Control facilities, according leavingthe
ditlon. Police .Chief resigned
S. Miles of Kissimmee, Chairman thrust upon us by Hurricane Cleo.
Riley city without a Chief and no
of the District's Governin The damaging winds came through this section of thou way to elect one until the next

Board. ; county before the noon hour Thursday of last week and Training Is Still regular city election.. Some fast

No hurricane ever before has i along with the wind went the eectric, service when great thinking ,on the part of someone

tested the FCD works, since the I pine trees fell across the lines. Not to'be outdone by the brought up the idea of appointinga
start of construction of the 18-1 Available To VetsL. Public Safety Director with the
the downed lines almost -
county system in 1950, Miles antics of nature, workmen were on same duties as chief. That's what
plained. In 1960, Hurricane Donni before Cleo was out of sight. Service was restored to the council did Monday night.

skirted the District and crossed the Belle Glade area by four o'clock in the afternoon and V. McClelland, Local Veter-I They appointed a public Safety Di-

Its northern end near Orlando, but at Pahokee, in most places just a few hours later. Canal ana Service Officer, Stated today rector.

at that time no FCD facilities had Point was harder hit and lines coming in were down in that the Korean Conflict Veterans' Guy Wood of the police force,

been built in Donna's path. more places, and, it took until noon Friday to get elec- who, after continuous Military I who had been acting in the chief's
Ready for the worst this tim servce, have been discharged to his resignation, was
tricity back to 'the homes and business_houses. place 'since
rainfall the last three
and anticipatingtorrential civilian life named Acting Public Safety Director -
the FCD's eleven pumping; Another well deserved bouquet! That's what goes the years are reminded that they have ,with the powers and duties

stations went into action 24 hour way of Florida Power and Light Company To Glade one semester left, for educationand heretofore designated to, the Chiefof
in advance of Cleo. They pumpe< Manager Curtis Chase and District Manager: Dick Hill in training under the Korean G. Police.

levels of water in canals down sev West Palm Beach, we offer sincere congratulations for a I. Dill. I The council has a group of applications -
eral feet, said Ed Dail, Executive job well done. To each and every workman under these Congress has established :Jan. 31, for the ''job and officialsof
Director. The levels were kep 1065 as the termination date for
two outstanding Power company officials, we say EXCEL. the city say that a permanent
of education -
down during the hurricane. the readjustment program will be made in a
I appointment
of,flooding LENT WORK FELLOWS! for Korean
"But we had no reports and training couple of ,weeks. Police Comms-
:, even from areas that should I veterans This deadline applies :o : sioner Harry B. ,Elarbee said he
have been flooded if we had received both the Korean veterans already I
list of applicants
had narrowed the
,.. ,the usual 10,to 14,inches,o Ji"i:1cli'i; : c . G .J :-+:: -I : 0'1- i t-t I I) I.: I G = C G I 1 r I 1 :-+ embarked on' their utses of'study down, to: four and that he would
rainfall that accompany most htir and'to those who are about,to start the night
ricanes," Dail said. Miss Johnson Chosen //Pahokee' Hi Counts classes now for summer work, or of make Monday his Sept. 14.
- In September for the fall semester. .
For Scout ContestMiss
The Veteran, May, of course,
Funeral Services ,493 Students continue'in School after that date Talisman Leases

Ethel Ida Johnson, daughter but they will no longer receive an '

Mrs. Williams of Dr. and Mrs. E. C. Johnsonand I allowance from the V. A. each Land
A. State
As the Pahokee High School month to meet part of their training 1280
senior Girl Scout, 'has been
a I afternoon McClel-
I doors closed Tuesday and living expenses

Mrs. Gordon Williams 73, of Mi chosen by the Palm-Glades Girl after the second day of school, the land said. Bringing their company holdings
Scout Council as one of 24 girls I records showed an enrollment of McClelland Pointed out that of land south of
resident of, Canal to 32,000 acres
ami, and a
who will be given tryouts in the 493 students. The following is a those veterans who have failed to Lake Okeechobee, the Talisman
Point, died August 26. Funeral breakdown on the enrollment in begin their Korean GI Bill of Edu- of thin
selection of 12 delegates and 12 Corporation on Tuesday
services were held at Slade Fun I each class; 7th grade: 96; 8th cation or Training within three week leased 1280 ,acres from the

eral Home, Miami, with graveside alternates for the National Girl grade: 103; 9th grade: 92; 10th years after their discharge or mate at a price of $13.60 per acre.
services at Port Mayaca. Scout round up in Idaho next sum- grade: 77; 11th grade 71 and 12th separation from their service have The .concern, was also given fivefear

Pall Bearers were her nephews, mer. I grade 54., Already exhausted their Eligibility. QPt1on.tor renewal.
H. Wilkinson :Jr., Charles Wilkinson -
J. Ellis Wilkinson Harold . .I. . . . . . . . I D . . . . aae aae aa. a a :101 M I |ngnO. | MM"l"l. .- 11111.111.1' The '1280 acre tract leased Tuesday -
--- ------- la present: holdingsof
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Wilkinson and Fred Boles all of
the concern with headquarters
Pahokee and Ray Wilkinson of ibout 14 miles south of here along
Belle Glade. Highway' 27. '
Mrs. Williams is survived by hex
There were ten ,concerns
husband, Gordon Williams, Miami;; lo-
on the lease of the property
Mrs. Cleta McCar Road Contracts LetBacom '
two daughters Glades ated, south''ot Lake Okeechobeen
: thy, Miami;'and Mrs. Edith,Groff .> _. ' 'a.. the "coldsad" '
s = .. what 1 is 'known
of West Palm Beach. Three broth- -'_ ," _, .' _;_..)00 ..\- _,. ? '
w 'the'ake'nselt. iS
''g'g''_ J. H. Wilkinson.";:, Pahokee;; 1 :: 5. ;.C3: .C''-'' :',$256,000.00 area awayfrom- . .
ers : Point Road in Pahokee: .-,;.:: ."; ,
Wilkinson"and Willie Wilkinson '' I '
.f Jasper ee"sisters,,, ': at Park andRunning SW for One Mile, Curb, Eugene'Pawley-: ; vice presidentf
e : of Claxton, Ga. Starting City ., the sugar concern, is said to
Mrs. Blanche Galloway, Claxton,,, and Gutter, Sidewalk on North Side. have handled, negotiations for the'
Ga.; Mrs. A. L. Lanier. Statesboro,, of
Ga.; and Mrs. W. R. Shackford of Ice Plant Road in Belle Glade ........u .....::._..._u 444,907.26Running $ease 13.63 that per calls acre on for the the first payment part of
Canal Point. She has six grandchildren
from 8R15 One Mile West to SR715, Curb he lease ,that extends for four
and 10 great grandchild
and Gutter, Sidewalks years.
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ren.Relatives the Miami

services were Mr.: and Mrs. .Jack: ions Hear Storyf

Wilkinson of Claxton Ga., Mr., ContractLarrimore

and Mrs. Fred Boles, Mr. and Mrs. Roads Already; Under ) '64 Blue DevilsThe
Claude Hanson, Mr. and Mrs. Bill i
Shirley Mrs. W. R. Shackford. Mr.

and Mrs. Charles Wilkinson Mr. Road in Pahokee ..*._u.uu_ ...... "$269,285.95Curb progra''fthe-- Pahokee '

and Mrs. Ellis Wilkinson, Mr. and Gutter and'Sidewalks . : dons Club differed somewhat fromhe
IJIn. J. iI. Wilkinson, Mr. and Mrs. usual, in that the members

Ray Wilkinson, and Mr. and Mrs. Rardin Avenue in Pahokee _.:...u. ................... 174,919.20Curb took part in a discussion with the'abokee
Harold Wilkinson '**
Gutter and Sidewalks Football Staff Coaches
Veb Pell, ,Martin Ralph and Donald -

ENROLLMENT> CANAL POINT Curlee Road in Belle Glade -; ... ... ... 149,032.59Running Thompson. .;
SCHOOL AUGUST SI, 1964 ------ ----------- -
At the noon meeting Tuesday
From 8R1S Across Muck to Glades Sugar House
the Lions learned that their team
_.. ..._._. ,81 '
Grade One ,.
Grade Two SO Fifth"Street Bridge in Belle, Glade _u.__.-___-.....uu 118,000.00 ermen.hough, lacking is: "a young.in :returninglet and *peedyToup" -'' '....

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Grade Three 81 Opposite High School I II' that will pu(, up a "tougH''' IIII
Grade Four 28 I .
lefexuw" there will be six seniors It 10M
Grade Five 26 I eturnlng to the' squad. Clewlston .'.

Grade Six 24 ., . .' -. II Jon, Bob Adams was welcomed.as t
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Total 170 .. guest.EsiaJishecl924 .

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_.- ..... Out-Of-Town Folks I

I r At Beech. Funeral

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., Out of,town relatives and friends
.' ,. attending funeral services for O. R.

Bleech were, Mr. and Mrs. Colvin
.'..' ...., 4 t, Parker, Mr. and Mrs. Wendell C.
'" I Parker and daughter Patty, :Mr.
R h .. and Mrs. Charles Holt and daughters -
I Mary Lou, Barbara and Nancy
Mr. and Mrs. George Lomax, Mr.
i and Mrs. Dodrick Davis, all of
Jacksonville; Miles Ble'ech, Jack-
.- son, Mich.; Mr. and Mrs. Leslie
Parker, Mr. and Mrs. Erik Anderson -
The Rardin Btiildingr In Canal !Point, Florida and children of Bradenton; Mr.
and Mrs. C. R. Brooks and children -
-f" 4+ Mrs. Margaret Hudson of West
THE EVERGLADES NEWS , Palm Beach; Mr. and Mrs. Morris
;, .1 4 Parker of Winter Park; Mr. and
Serving the 'Lak Okeechobee Farming Region Without 1; ? ... r Mrs. Charlie Mack Overstreet,

Interruption, Every Week for 40 Years "'' ,,. '. . Kathleen, Fla.; :Mrs. Joe Roberts,
Established Mardi) 11, 1924 ,sPublished Every Friday : t St. Cloud; Mr. and Mrs. Hiram \
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Raulerson. Dr. ,.
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.Subscription... $2.00. Year In AdvanceThe .m--- Raulerson, Mr. and Mrs. Mile, t"

Everglades; 'Newt Is.Entered at the Post Office Barber Mr. and Mrd. J. Olsen i
In Canal Point, Florida as Second Class Matter I Roger Jones,.. Rennice Padgett, r
La.lutuig agriculture throughout I ture; Mrs. George W. Munroe, Mrs. W. 0.-Jeffers of Okeechobee. I
Paul Rardin Owner, Editor, Publisher FFBF's .
the state Governor Farris Bryant | Quincy, chairman of -
proclaims September 13-19 as Women's Program; and T. K. Me-
Kitchen Shower For Diana Thompson ToWed Farm Bureau Week in Florida. I Clane, Jr., Gainesville, FFBF ex- Kirk Elarbee Has A ,
A statewide t
Showing approval of the Govern-{executive vice president.
Rebecca Grimes Alvin E. Bain or's action are, from left, E. H. I membership drive will be Birthday Party
Finlayson, Greenville president of i I conducted during Farm Bureau ,
.Miss Rebecca Grimes, bride- Mr, and Mrs., Roy Thompson of j the 33,000-member Florida Fann Week to bring more agriculturistsinto ', Mrs. Harry B. Elarbee entertained -
elect of William Lawton, St. ,Pahokee announce engegement, 1"Bureau Federation; Hon. Doyle I'! the organization recognizedas with a birthday party honoring "\
Petersburg, Fla., was honored witha of ,their daughter, Diana Lynn, to Conner, Commissioner of Agricul- the "Voice of Agriculture." I' her son, Kirk, on his third birthday -
'personal and kitchen! shower Alvin Earl Bain, son of Mr. and Monday morning at 1O:30: a. i!I
;.Wednesday night, August 26 in the Mrs.,Alvin G. Bain of Adger, Ala. m. Party games and favors were !
Community room of the Everglades Miss Thompson was graduatedfrom Hundleys EntertainWith Birthday Party For given to the 15 guests attending.

Federal Saving and Loan Pahokee ,High School. with School Party Miss Verlon JonesMiss Mrs. Elarbee was assisted by her
Building. Greeting guests with the class of 1964 and. I is now employed -.-- mother, Mrs. R. T. Smith and
Miss Grimes was her grandmother, in the accounting office of Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Hundley entertained Verlon Jones was honored Kirk's Godmother Mrs. Paul Rar-
Mrs. Calvin Shives. Paul's Sales and Service in Paho- din.
recently with a back to with a surprise birthday party, - .
The table' was laid with a green
linen cloth which was appointedwith kee.Mr.. Bain attended schools in school party for their son Wayne Wednesday evening, August 26, at MARYLAND VISITORSMrs.
silver candle sticks,and green I' Alabama and. is now associated and his. ,classmates class of the home of Miss Pam Boe, in hon- Allan Rust and children of
tapers and featured a crystal and with Roy Thompson's Garage In Pahokee High School. Wayne 1964,1 I or of her 18th birthday. Miss B-v- Maryland, are the guests of her
silver epergne .of paste} fruit. _and Pahokee. The ,coupler. is making enter the University of was assisted by Miss Jann Plumer parents, Mr. and Mrs. Fr ..nkO'Connell
flowers. A ,color scheme of pink plans for an Oct. 1 wedding. Gainesville as a freshman this year. / who was in charge of games. The in Canal Point.
and green was carried out. in the .a There were 30 -members and their I forty guests were served the traditional - .
refreshments served by Miss Yvonne Dr. James McCall of Atlanta, guests present in addition to birthday cake and punch. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Maxson returned
Thompson. Miss Bonnie Lu Lair Ga. is visiting his parents, Mr. and Wayne's brother, John and Miss - Saturday night from a visit
served at the guest book while Mrs. J. L., McCall for several days. Patsy Keene. I CLASSIFIED ADS PAY with relatives in Mississippi..
Miss Dianna Lawton, sister of the
bridegroom elect assisted Miss ---

Grimes in opening the gifts. .
Entertainment was provided by' ,
Miss Thompson and Misses Dottle t., ar
and Bonnie Lu Lair. n >ttAol > .
The honoree was presented a Lost: farm lately ?
portable electric, mixer, and a seto any. machinery
>ti, ;snack trays Jby the hostesses, <
who were, Mrs. Leon Spooner Mr
I. M. Lair, Mrs. Gene Butler,. Mrs.J. .. i 4 1 'N I a .L .i .i.. .; '
E. Thompson,- and Mrs. M. P; You:: may be losing more it't; .you,tiiinik.. That is, if.dirt, rust,;.. . ... .
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; exposure and improper lubricants are, Killing your equipment in.its prime.

Miss Grimes* i ""! 1 Honored** '1* V4 1 The Standard Oil Man,,will be glad to recommend lubricants and methods ..

At Bridal 'Shower that will keep your machinery humming:ancl l extend its useful lif .

:Ask 1 him,about. Standard.'MP: Grease, the improved ,
The home,, of Mrs.. ,\W., O. ,,Moss q4
was the scene of .a bridal shower, all-purpose lubricant to service your machines.

honoring Miss Rebecca'jr.> Grimes ,;k
Tuesday;, eveD1nIt. .pr UlJg: guests, ,:" 0ISTANDARD.I
wh. the hostess,, and ,Miss ,Grlmes. f'(
was: ,,the honoroe's's mothergrandmother ,; and I'I'i.d i.

,: ,Mrs ,.Ralph Grimes .
and Mrs. Calvin Sjiive$* : ,'. ;
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.' he tablawaalaid.wit ,wllto} 'S
laceploth over PlJJ.J# onwhich:was, S II.'
cantered. a crys l,punch,bowl a.4r.. ff f-f .
rounded, with.pinrla.l ffr nce 1J
appointed with silver candphojd-|. We take better care of your equipment : h,' f '

er"end- pink tapersvMrs..Sue: ,Erl- .
Ington was at the,brldev&.book; *. ,:.' > .
Mina ,GrimeaWa; presel1t4 w tft!,
an,,electric frypan.. y,,the hostesseswfco
,were Mrs., Mo a '( Mrs 1' Lee
Wroten Mrs. Lee hlrley,' Krs...JC., IW' j
A4wr LL (
B Gamble. Mra.'WUrpT lla. u6 jt'
Ffrank Tillis, MrAij rrptkr'h0WP-: I
.son., Mrs. ,E. C. Watson and Mrs.J. ..
W. Brown. .. S ty..e .,
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Miss Summers Weds Ll'*"

,Leroy Anderson

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The .marriage pf IfEfos. j pftqanc S!
*Elizabeth Summers; daughter of
Mr. and ,Mrs. PT wi,$ui marat.qf; ,.)
Pahokee to Leroy,:Andejrso/v aon oXiMr. c' : .
, : and Mrs. W. L. Anderson also k
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Pahokee, has' been ,anvounceda by >

:herr, parents. Thew,, ldlpg,_ took ,)
place July 18 at the,home,of Rev,
, Lester Reams in Fort Pierce with rk r.

Rev. Reams officiating. ; __ o.o.< ) i
The bride was ,graduated .from. [:I1SI
Pahokee High School in 196*. Mr. "
-Anderson was graduated from ,Pa- .
hpkee High School',\\n 159 and .Is k?
now associated with t.he EcholsCqlUns ?..
Electric Company at Belle
Glade. tiJO' ,
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qmall. son and, Mrs.Todd.; Bob of,
were the weekend guests of ,his'parents ,. '
Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Maxson >.
Canal Point FloridaPage y
and her parents,;Mr. and Mrs. F. S. .i'iw f ..
Parrish. J.
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Four The Everglades News, Canal Point, Florida 33433

They'll Celebrate Their 50th Wedding Anniversary September 5th
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Mrs. Minter Collins is the guestof Mr. and Mrs. Grady Smith and '\

relatives in Port St. Joe this children of Leesburg were the recent ': .

week. guests of her parents' Mr. and '>' f:,; .
Mrs. Leo Wroten. ,'
Walter Young, son of Dr. and <,:: ';

Mrs. W. C. Young has enrolled as a] Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Atkins arc ,+
freshman at the University of spending a three-week vacation in '.' ..>...,,+" .>". ,
Florida, Gainesville. North Carolina and plan to visit "v

friends: and relatives in Atlantaand ..
Billy Maxson, son of Mr. and Madison, Ga. ', ..'
Mrs. Leonard Maxson has returned .. ,> :
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to his studies at Emory and Henry Mr. and Mrs. Horace Unwin and h '',,:r ,

College, Emory, Va. daughter Julie, recently returned ic-: ; ); $ :
from a two week vacation visit _
Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Plumer, Jr.,' ,
ing relatives in Herscher, Ill., and .""
are the guests of his parents Mr. i touring Chicago and the Blue
and Mrs. W. S. Plumer this week. .
Ridge Afountains.Mr.

Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Wilder" and and Mrs. Merle Agner and \drA: Is

daughters returned this weekend Ind.
family of Indianapolis, arc
from Hendersonville, N. C. vistlng his mother Mrs. Pearl Ag- s

Mr. and Mrs. R. T. Smith and ner and sister Mrs. Dorothy Kil-

Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Cross have returned patrick.Mrs. .

home after two week vacation -'; ,
Ray Ursry has returned to li I
spent at Lake Lure, N. C. her home after a visit with friendsIn

Mr. and Mrs. M. D. Geiger have Jacksonville.

returned to their home followinga Grey Handley has returned to his

visit with their son-in-law and home in Sebring after a visit with '

daughter, Capt. and Mrs. Clarence his grandparents Col. and Mrs. W.

Langford at Panama City and relatives S. Evans. Grey is the son of Dr. DR. AND MRS. L. W. ARMSTRONG OF PAHOKEE
and Mrs. Frank Handley.Miss .
in Georgia. Dr. and Mrs. L. W. Armstrong of Pahokee 'will celebrate their 50th wedding anniversary on Saturday -

Buttons McKinstry has September 5th, with open house at their home on Bacom Point Road In Pahokee between the hours of
Air. and Mrs. Max Beverly have moved to an apartment in West 8 o'clock and 10 o'clock In the evening. No invitations are being Issued by the Armstrongs but friends of
returned to their home in Ochlock- the
couple are cordially invited to attend.
Palm Beach in order to be close to
nee, Ga., after a visit with her parents ,
the beauty school she will attend
Mr. and Mrs. Grady Boynton.Mrs. .
this year. I Julia Ann KinardTo Carolyn Sellers Loretta BarfieldTo
Adaline Wroten returned
Sunday from a two week visit with Mrs. Arthur Bush has returned. Wed Buck Cobb, Jr Honored At ShowerMiss Wed J. L. PateRev.
from a week's vsit. with her son- (
friends and relatives in North Florida
and Alabama.Mrs. in-law and daughter Mr. and ''Mrs. Rev. and Mrs. John H. Kinard of Carolyn Sellers, bride electof and Mrs. R. E. Barfield of
Harold Elder and family In Jack-
r sonville. 2500 E. Main Street, Pahokee an- John David Cochran, San Diego. I Pahokee announce the engagementof
M. C. Carter is spending
several weeks with relatives in nounce the engagement of their Calif., was honored with a miscel their daughter, Loretta Erne
Jimmy Gustafson of Nyack, N. daughter, Julia Ann, to Buck Cobb lanous bridal shower '
l Virginia. Massachusetts and Ohio. Thursday tine, to Jesse Larry Pate, son of
Y., left Wednesday after a week'svisit son of Mr. and Mrs. Walter !ol. night at the home of Mrs. Claude Mr. and Mr$. J. B. Pate of Belle

t Capt. and Mrs. Rodrick Gibson with his grandparents, Mr. Cobb, Sr., of South Bay. Shirley Greeting guests with the Glade.
and daughters were the recent and Mrs. J. D. Latham. hostess'! and disc '
The bride-elect is a graduate of Sellers was the Miss Barfield Is a graduate of

guests of his brother and sisterinlaw Mrs. Colvin Parker, of Jacksonville ] Pahokee High School and is' pres- honoree's aunt, Mrs. J. W. Vann. Pahokee High School, class Jf

Mr. and Mrs. James Gibson. is the house guest of her ently employed in the office of tho The table was laid with an ecru 1964.

Mrs. D. W. Cunningham has returned sister-in-law, Mrs. O. R. ,Bleech. Pahokee Housing Authority, Inc. lace cloth and appointed with a Mr. Pate also graduated in 1964

from Boone, N. C., where The prospective bridegroom is silver candelabra and pink tapers. from Belle Glade High School, and
she spent the summer working fora Miss Wilma Cooper and Mlsa presently employed by the Belle A silver bowl held an arrangementof is now employed by Mr. and Mrs.

master's degree at Allapachian Patsy Keene recently left for Florida Glade Rock Company.The pink and white carnations and H. G. Edwards owners of Your

State Teacher College. State University in Tallahassee couple plan an October wed- gladiola. Food Store in Belle Glade. '

where Miss Cooper will enroll as a ding. Hostesses with Mrs. Shirley were Wedding plans will be announced

Harry Cunningham, son of Mr. freshman and Miss Keen a Junior. - Mrs. E. D. Sims. Mrs. E. H. Wala- later.
and Mrs. D. W. Cunningham left ton and Mrs. Leon Spooner. Miss
Rev. and Mrs. Lawrence Stewart Informal For Alice Hurt and
Saturday for Emory and Henry Party Mrs. James Dixon
College Emory; Va., where he will had as weekend guests-his brother : served refreshments to ,the guests:
Mrs. W. S.'Plumer Jr. ""
begin his freshman year. and family Mr. and Mrs. Hillery ; and ''Mrs. Roland Mills kept the
Stewart and her father Mr. Odom, guest book.Baptist. Visit Pine Island]
Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Taylor have all'' of Cocoa. The home of Mrs. R. D. Apel- ..-

returned from 'a three week vaca- - gren, 1121 Bacom Point Road, FORAFishing
WMU Meet
tion at Kelson, Tenn., where they' Dell McDowell] Has was the scene of an informal party Vacation
were the guests,of his father, W.I' I Wednesday afternoon honorngMrs. Held On TuesdayMrs.
AC.: Taylor. Birthday Party I W. S. Plumer, Jr. Hostesseswth * .

Mrs. Apelgren were, Mrs. CUr- E. B. Gamble
presided at
Airman 3c Thomas Brock has I Mr. and Mrs. Gene McDowell tis Chase, Mrs. Gene Bacon. Mrs. the Tuesday morning meeting of BURNHAM INNAir
\ transferred from Lackland
were hosts Saturday night August Lloyd Hundley and Mrs. Robert the First Baptist WMU
I( AFB, Tex., where he completed Smlonson. which was Conditioned Efficiencies
J basic training to Greenville; Miss., 29, to 75 young people at the Lions held at the church. She announced $35 wk. for 2
that the people
I I Mission Programfor
4 where he la now attendng a USAF Club of Pahokee. The occasion being
't i the' Week of Prayer will be held Restaurant
; medical school. the 16th birthday of their Kiwanis Charity Nearby
Wednesday night. Sept. 16, at the
Miss Janette Harrington has returned I daughter ..Dell. Game On October 31 church. Phone OW 89851St.

I to her studies at F. S. U. Miss McDowell and her friends ,," The group heard announcement James City, Fla.

Tallahassee after attending a danced to the music of a local MIAMI Some 35,000 football from Mrs. Wiley Tillis, Community (Near Fort Myers
Methodist Student Union Movement Mission Chairman, who is )
group known as "The Rocking Re- tans are expected to attend the asking Free Boat
t leadership, training confer I for a continuance of good used Ramp
gals", amid sweet sixteen decorations L964 Kiwanis Freshman
ence at Lake Junaluska N. C. Miss Classic charity game between the school clothing donations as the
Harrington is State secretary of of pink and green.A freshman teams of the universitiesof community mission for September.Mrs. .
the Florida Conference of Methodist table covered With. pink cloth Marvin Crady announced
Miami and Florida this
J Student Movement.Classified and centered with a birthday cake Always a crowd pleaser year., the that as Children's Home chairman, Io-VJj tln lI.n. 1&lIov"nIU"IIov..trlou.tn, ,_""
the feature of the Mrs. she has sent 2100
was party. to
,. coupons the
) game will be played Oct. 31, in the
McDowell was assisted by Mrs. R. Orange Bowl. Last year's contest Lakeland Children's Home. The PRINCE THEATRE
II OJ M. Sanders while' Mr. and Mrs. group was reminded of the G. A.
respited i.a win &>fsthe University
Vance Denton acted' CbAperi efL coronation services to
Ads i as_. ot-'-MiamI Hurricanes., 2218. The be held at PAHOKEE FLA.SUNDAY .
the church on 'Sept. ,27 :,by-Mrs. ... ....
:4 .'.m Miami'Fitosfaxhold a',47< leliJfln: : the r.1 "' '
4 Presented DaVid Unwin, G. A. director. Mem-r -
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POSITIVELY all want ads or *:ft"* hers> were encouraged to attend'the '
classifieds, as you wish to call For Canal pt. WSCS"A Hurricane This preview game +t>f1 'future he- WMU Leadership course for all 'MONDAY, TUESDAY

them, are payable in advance front and .Gator', gridiron WMU members on Sept. 17 at the' SEPTEMBER 6-7-8
his day forward. Don't phone 'em. New Doors" roes is sponsored as a Joint Ventureby First Baptist Church "The
New Age Opens, all of the Greater Miami Kiwanis Belle Glade. Island Of The
Write it and drop a dollar bill in The Lottie Moon
was the title of the program presented Clubs. Proceeds of the game' Circle was
the envelope If you want it run to members of the Canal will to Kiwanis charities. awarded the attendance banner. Blue Dolphins
"once. $2 if you want it run twice Point WSCS at their regular go Mrs. Guthrie Colvard. program CELIA
and so on. monthly meeting held in the old - chairman was assisted by Mrs. Joe AND
parsonage Tuesday evening. Mrs. Thompson and Mrs. David Unwinin KENNEDYIN
Tourism Holds Its
FOR SALE: New and Used Willys Osceola Upthegrove was aaa1atedIn presenting program "Race ( COLOR)

Jeeps. Walter :Ashley's Garage presenting the program by Mrs. Own In FloridaTALLAHASSEEThe relations, A determining factor In
In Belle Glade Phone 6.3058. Sears world peace.."
W. E. Blackwell. Mrs. Pope I.'I.IMIJ... ,
Oct. 17 Mcbi &lIo-UtIo-li'IIV! I"-VJj"---'I tl"-V..tI"-V""IIo-V-'I
f and Mrs. Boyd Vorhees. Mrs. Don- Florida -

i HOUSE FOR SALE: Almost new ald Kepp, president, presided at Development Commission reports Simonsons Hold] ABack
CB home. 3 br. 2 bath, completely the business with Mrs. J. H. Miller that tourism held its own in Flor- I

; furnished, $4,000 cash includingowner's hostess for the evening. ida for the first six months of this I To School Party ym
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equity and furniture. Balance year, despite competition .
like rent. Also FOR SALE: Thomas Parker Is New York World's Fair. I Roger Simonson entertained at W awing maortln
The state promotion agency says the Lions Club swimming pool witha
"BO acres of muck land on the old '
Pahokee-Belle Glade Road. Price New C. Pt. Teacher about seven million tourists came "back to school" pool party. He bYSINGERx595 1

to Florida from January through was assisted by his parents, Mr.
'reduced. See or call Dan Carpenter
Principal W. W. White announced June. This is almost exactly the and Mrs. Robert B. Simonson.
Realtor. Telephone 4.7153 residence ..
a this week that a new teacher i same number that were in the Guests included several membersof
47235. 3 tfc
> ...July has been .secured for the sixth state during the comparable per the Pahokee High School classof

, I-1AT"S IN THE ATTIC that you grader in Canal Point. Thomas iod of last year. 1964 and their dates.- Roger has

;. ,don't need? A $1.00 classified ad Parker, former principal of Moore Losses in tourists by some large'? enrolled as a freshman at Florida t J

,In, this column will probably findyona Haven schools, is in Canal Point hotels because of competition from |Southern College Lakeland..
sale. Just write your ad, en- and at work Mr. White said. One the Fair and losses such as - Glades Mercantile Co.
-. a dollar and we'll do the rest. more teacher is still needed according ed by St. Augustine sutter-j Mrs. Henry Moore' is a patientat

i.' The+'Bverglades News, Canal Point, to the principal, to handle racial crisis were offset St. Marys Hospital West Palm 2M SOUTH LAKE AVE. 'k

, .,..-"" tom'> 0 4 i the'overflow students. creases in other parts of the 'Beach., I PAHOKEE FLORIDAPage '

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The Methodist Church 1J 0y fatVity\ 'l1b-e'Eahokee' Church FACE IHCRtI.\SltiGl.y.TFF.: ,

Canal Point, FloridaJames piscopaj\r Ciuroj) AfW he lf'azare!? e :PMWnl9.N.

t- 'A Rev. Willard Kilpatrick .
W. Baugher, Pastor --
'433 Bacom' Point'fldJ-;* -
SUNDAY: Rev. L. Leasing, Vicar
:: O/Box 882SUNDAY'
9:45: a. m.-Sunday School. SUNDAY: Phone'$24-7528 P. MANY STATES AND COUNTRIES ARE

11:00: a. .-Morning Worship 10( a. m.-Sunday School '.x SERVICES: AGGRESSIVELY I 'TRYING TO LURE "
6:00: p. m.-Evening Worship 11:00: a. --Worship Service 0:45: a. m.-Sunday School AWAY' FtORTDA'STTRADITIONAL. .

MONDAY: .. 11:00: a. m.-Sunday Worship TOURIST. TRADE. .' 1IJ I .:;_ -;' ,
6:30 ,
3:15: p. m.-Youth Choir practice '. South Side Church : p. t. -* *H Kr--t rs:
7:00: p. m.-Sunday Evening.
v T A.
2nd MONDAY: Of Christ Evangelistic Service' .?.r

7:3O: p. m.-Esther Class meeting WEDNESDAY:
'*':'' Belle Glade across from 7:30: pm..-Midweek Prayer
TUESDAY: Bowling Alley on Rd. 80 meeting: ,SYNTHETIC DRINKS ARE MAKING nay"'

I 8:00: p. m.-Woman's Society .0:00: a. m.-Bible Study "Where you are a stranger but INROAD INTO FLORIDA'S MARKET Rv+ E
1st TuesdayWEDNESDAY - 1:00: a. m.-Sermon once.? FOR ORANGE AND', OTHERCITRUS"'JUICES. JI9 I'1
I 6:30: p. m.-Evening Service - -v ;
: .
l -', 6:30: p. m.-Wed. Bible Study, +v h I1'L r1FLORIDA'S
7:30 p. m.-Prayer Meeting Church Of God
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First Methodist St. Peter's. Lutheran> Barf' .1.1"" ield<.< ]..._ Highway.

I Church, PahokeeJohn Church, Belle.Glade Pahokee, Fla. PHOSPHATE

J. W.. Hughes, Minister
II I August Koerber Pastor Phone 924-37: INDUSTRY IS FIGHTING
SUNDAY A. Briley, Pastor 601 W. Lake Rd.,"Belle Glade SUNDAY: VIGOROUS COMPETITIONFROM
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'i' 9:45: a. m.-church School 9:45: a. 'm.-Sunday I School. '"
Divine Services 11 A. M. 11:00.a.. PRODUCERS NOW; SOON,
11:00: a. m.Morning Worship m.-Morning Worship
School 9:45: A. M. AREA IN
j 6:45: p. m.-MYF1" . 7:30: p. Evangelistic.. Ser- ':; 'f.- A NEW MINING
7:45 p. m.-Evening Worship viceTUESDAY ., _. r ,. NORTH CAROLINA WILL BE
fUESDAY: The Church Of 'God .. : ? ; IN FULL PRODUCTION.Mr. .

7:00: p. m.-Vesper Choir prao' Of Prophecy PahokeeCanal 7:30 p. .-.Prayer Service .
: Point Road 7:30: p. m.-Youth for Christ I =

7:45: p. m.-Mid-week devo- John H. Ktnar pastor, Service_ ,. .u u u _____

tions 10:00: a. m.-Sunday School James Barnes of Warner
and Mrs. James Latham, Jr. T-Sgt.
8:30: p. m.-Senior Choir prac- 11:00: a. m.-Preaching Service I First Baptist
and daughter Shelia of Atlanta.Ga. Robins, Ga., was the recent guestof
ticeChurch. 7:45: p. Evangelistic Service Church, Pahokee ., are expected to arrive this his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Homer
8:00: p. m. Tuesday-V.L.B. I
week for a visit with her parents Barnes.
i Of Christ 8:00: p. m. Thursday-W.M.B. Gutbrie W. Colvard. Pastor :Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Gamble and his .

Everyone welcome. Special music SUNDAY!' parents, Mr. and :Mrs. J. D. La- L. D. Echols is a patient at St.

125 N. W. Avenue D and singing. 9:45: a.'m':-Sunday School tham. Marys Hospital, West Palm Beach.
Phone WY 6-3867 11:00 a. m.-Morning Worship

i Belle Glade, Fla. Canal Point j 6:00: p. m.-Evening Worship
SUNDAY SERVICES 6:45 p.' m.-Training Union
Baptist Church
10:00: a. m.-Bible Study WEDNESDAY:
11:00: a. m.-Morning Worship 7:30: p-:?" m.-Prayer Service
Lawrence Stewart, Pastor
7:30: p. m.-Evening Worship SUNDAY: Monday Cattle Sales

I WEDNESDAY 9:45 a. m.-Sunday School Glades Baptist ChurchRev. . .
7:30 m.-BibJe
: p. Study
- 11:00: a. m.-Morning Worship
6:30: p; m.-Training Union ( Jonathan L. Wolf) Are regularly held at the Glades Livestock Market

First Baptist 7:30 p. m.-Evening Worship Meets. ', .In Pahokee Lions Club which is owned and operated by more than 120
Church Canal PointElder WEDNESDAY: Building.
Florida Cattlemen.
7:30 p. m.-Prayer Meeting SUNDAY SCHOOL 9:45: a. m.
t . PREACHING::00 'a." m.; and "Youll '.:
Lester Reams enjoy the. excell nt.service you receive here
7:30: p. m. .
SUNDAY: Mary's Catholic... SUNDAY. Yv F.6:30: ,p. m. at this Market. We make an effort at all times to

9:45: a. m.-Sunday School Church. WED. PRAYER-7:30: p. m. give an outstanding service to buyer and seller. Give I '
11:00: a. m.-Morning Worship : - .
6:30: p. m.-B. T. C. us a trial:
Father Francis Fennech Pastoi
Pahokee Baptist
ft fts. 7:30: p. m.Evening Worship. , ,
Sunday :Mass11:30: a. m. IIIICIIIIIIIIIII
: Change Of HoursThe
Confessions before :Mass
7:30: p. m.-Choir practice.
first Sunday of Septemberthe
7:30: .-Midweek Prayer
p. Christian Science First Baptist Church of Pa-
Service. .hokee will institute a time changefor Glades Livestock Market
THURSDAY, :-. Every other week Group Of Canal PointStates the evening services. The Worship
v 7:30: m.-Ladles Auxiliary
p. Service will be at 6:00: followed -
:. Meeting.. and stages of human pro by the-baptist Training; .Union. ASSOCIATIONOn
g, ,i.. ,?z gress will be explored in.the,:Bible This"schedule was"used last)fall Pa okee- 'Glade,Road

1 1r Elect Officers OfWMU Lesson on ""'ManU'at', all Christian and winter: and proved very.-helpful '* kone WY''6462S !f! UI'

I Science churches this Sunday. for many of the people; and it
In Canal PointThe I
.Bible selections will include' the I was felt that this would be the best
I following from Romans (ch. 12)): I order for another year. !44-\DI V j I\nII\,\4 I V.II.v.JjI.V.J.II\nI t IJ I I III.V I V..jjI.V.J.III.V.J.II.V II.V I.V II.U'II-l.'V I
Canal Point Baptist WMU .
met Tuesday night at the church "Be not conformed' to this world renewing : I .- ...... H .. .-r .T' ... r.', ,' --n _ .- -- ..'. ._-.- -
s. but be ye transformed by the -
and heard the report of the nominating -
4 committee for the 1964-65: of your'mind,. that ye may ,.. ... .." '. - . . .
e prove what is that good; and acceptable -
WMU officers. .
; and perfect, will of God."
They are as follows, Mrs. R. T.
r . Smith President; Mrs. J. S. At- Readings, from "Science and ) .. : .
Health with : S'crtpturea"by '
\\r. .. ". Key.to the 44 Pet.Everglades"
klris, : < .
to '6 1st vce president; Mrs. F. .
Mary Baker Eddy-will include i
I B 2nd .
vice president and Mrs. -
jrr ;
'1 , -- these lines (p.; 296)): "Progresses .
t., '. S; A. Nail, secretary. born of experience.';:It"i ,the:'ripen- .: , t
Junior G. A. leaders will be Mrs.
ing of mortal' man, through which
r Jim Gifford and Mrs. Ray Ursry the mortal Is dropped for,the im- .... . ,, i
I and Sunbeam director is Mr&'XAw. mbrlaf.: 'Either! here or'"hereafter,
r rence Stewart with Mrs. Coleman suffering or.Science must destrby . Federal is, ;the place to earn a I

't'C department Conley in charge Mrs. Guy of the Thompson primary II mind all illusions; "'And 'regenerate'regarding life material and -. ,high dividend.on your savings. Drop by today -'

,...o and the Mrs.Beginners J. H. Strayer and Mrs.the Ed nursery.Griffis [his sense,'deeds and self.must The T>e' old man off." with' 'I : ft',' .. at our Pahokee office or at the Home

1 WMU hostesses will be Mrs. W. .'put office in Belle< Glade and, let us show you
S. Cross Mrs. Nellie Reuter and '

J Mrs. M. C. Carter. Mrs. J. L. Mc- Circle Names WMUElected how .easy i it is to systematically save a certain -

1! Call will serve as circle chairmanfor -
1i the lone Patterson circle. Offjcials i : amount for that rainy day.
t* .
Chairman of the Jones-Scoggin f

circle will be Mrs. J. S. Atkins and The Jones-Scoggins Circle of the I '. I. i I YOU'LL ENJOY DOING BUSINESS AT
1: Mrs. Robert Arietta will be chair- Canal Point Baptist WMU elected

.:c man of the Alberta Taylor circle officers for the coming year at a I EVERGLADES FEDERAL
.l .. Mrs R. T. Smith, president, presided meeting at the home of Mrs. H. Q:

. ." at the meeting. Rodgers. Mrs. J. ,S. Atkins"was .reelected ,
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chairman. Other
,w BIRTHDAY PARTY chosen were; :Mrs. J. E. Rodgers EVERGLADES FEDERAL

Mrs. Laura Vorhees was honored co-chairman; Mrs. H. C. -
1: with surprise birthday party and Clark, secretary-treasurer; Mrs. D. aYng41f( Loan AssociationACCOUNTS
open house held at the home of her P. Hughes, program;" Xrs.' L G.
I 1 1 son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Rodgers, prayer; Mrs. C. T. Max- ENSURED!: BY FEDERAL SAVINGS AND LOAN INSURANCE CORP.TPahoiceerri .
Mrs. Boyd Vorhewi of Jupiter. son, community missions; Mrs. .J. -, : :
a. Four generations were representedat H. Strayer, stewardship: Mrs. G. Belle Glade

-- ; the event. T. Echols, social; Mrs. L. D. Echols.. ,
. publicity Mrs. E. F. Blackwell, enlistment Let Your Money Earn 41/2% Payable Semi-Annually

prrJJIp 03 P* THESE ;; Mr*. F. F. Burr, child.. ,*. ..A.s.. .*.. s- ."- .. I Ar AA..A' .-.s":. W r+..4 iw'1.14e<(+ :

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

you own now are better than everQ
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:.How does the new 3%% interest rate benefit me? check every six:months for the life .of the Bond
A: With Series E Bonds the rate turns $18.76 into You' buy E Bonds at 76% of face value and the:
$25.00 fourteen monUu; faster than the old I rate. interest accumulates to maturity. H Bonds provide
Your savings.increase faster, because your Bonds income for living.expenses, while Bonds build a
mature,in just 7 years, 9 months. nest off for the future. That's why many retiredpeople
bold H Bonds and families saving for achua.'s
: ; say
With Series H Bonds the
10-year maturity periodstays
education E Bonds.
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the.same but more interest is paid. you each .
six months.With both E and H Bonds the new.rate Q:In .-haccJ nominations can I buy series B and series
works out to 2 J4%for-the first'year and a*half;then H.Bonds? i ,j... oK *
guaranteed. % each' ear to maturity.. At B Bad: $2f (cost.18.15)GO (cost $3JSO, $ 00
Ch When did,,the new rate become eJfectnre? .(cost $75.00), $awXcost4150.00),,$500
A: June 1, 1959.fte (cost $375.00).:.'$1, 00 (cost $750.00).
$10,000 (cost$7, 00.00).
Does. the new,rake change the Bonds I bought be*
H Bonds: $600, $1,000, $5.000 and $10ooo..Thq ,
fore June 1, 1959 v are priced at face value. ,1. ,
"*I. . JU All older E and H Bonds pay more now-an.extra. .How'safe are U.S..Savinp Bonds : ) ..
m% from now on,when held'to maturity. The increase :
At Sav'nts.Bonds +u'e.ln' absolutely riskless way tesavfg
'takes effect ia the first full interest period : .,
Junel. The United States :Government'guarantees)
tfae aah yalue of your Bonds will not drop, that it

.:Will the Bonds I own automatically cant their new ..... ....-no'. enly. grow.Isi . . .
rate? Wbat.if my Bond. should, be lost, stolen or cfe. .
At '..". You don't need to do thing-just. -.-.-...d'to. ''''
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Ot Whoysy B Bonds mature, will they losep .. naming W" ":v Treasury.. If eayjfa&g' w' .happens to you, *... .. .
interest? ? .* .. Bsnds.tfcey, are replaced--free... #)*I. '
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Page Eight The Everglades News. Canal Point. Florida 334S8 Friday September 4, 1964
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t' ,' Ito I municipal directors in I Nat Nason is the guest of hs
staff to the Center. Col. H. W., parts of the State and Nation. aU forty
"t Y Co. Civil DefenseWas ]Tarkington and his staff reported j I Constant communications! were I Palm Beach County for their splen- I grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Earl
I I I for duty Wednesday morning; August -I I established with all affected coun- I did cooperation before, during, and i.Maxson while his parents, Mr. and
Cleo. It due Mrs. Will A. Nason in Houston,
after Hurricane
but due
26, and remained until Friday ties. Local power was off I
,11' State i losses in their Tex. Mr Nason under-
Hdqtrs them that the recently
4 morning when they returned to to the Center's emergency generator
Jacksonville.The I I Civil Defense was able to I areas were held to a minimum. The went major surgery at a Houston
ti ; I Palm Beach County Emergency -!stay on the air with all the power municipal directors gave their public -)hospital. .
: As Hurricane Cleo approached information of the -
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i j .. Operating Center was selected I I needed. i I
,, :Florida, Governor Farris Bryant I by Governor Bryant due to I I Emergency bedding wa used progress of the storm and held all : Mr. and Mrs. Ansil Holt have returned -
designated the Palm Beach Coun- its safety for operations under allj I I during-the storm, and meals were their city employees on a standby I from a three week vacation
Civil Defense Emergency Ope- : Na-
ty and to its cooked in the electric kitchen. basis. camping in the Great Smokey
conditions .. .
rating Center as State Disaster communlca-I !
Park. accom-
tional were
Palm Beach
71 the tions capability to I The Director of
State Headquarters Civil Defense and Director ordered and sages over many frequencies to all I:I County Civil Defense is grateful CLASSIFIED ADS PAY panied by Miss Jamie Gibson.

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