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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 25, 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
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: aleph - 001981538
oclc - 32615395
notis - AKF8469
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Succeeded by: Glades observer
Succeeded by: Everglades observer

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School Bond Issue Andy Would Take The Liquid Refinery Is Vegetable Meeting ,

Dime From Bandlow Up For Blue D..

BallotThe Now BeingBuiltNorth Those attending the Florida
On Paper political humor'
A bit of croppedup Fruit and Vegetable Association

at Monday's marathon sessionof at the American Hotel, Miami 6 -
It was a 13 to scoreJastjday
comingSchool Board bond the County Commision. American Sugar Indust- Beach, this week were :Mr. and night at Clewiston i .
Commission Chairman Edward ries, a liquid sugar manufacturing Mrs. Roy Vandegrift, Jr., Mr. and f
thorough Devils first
Blue
issue election got a workon hokee
brief recess in concern has completed and< Mrs.
called Mr.
"wringing1 out" before the County Bandlow a Mrs. Rupert Mock the season when the locafTStls f-
and offered to buy a superstructure for a liquid and Mrs. Hugh
Commission this week with several the proceedings Lewis Friend, Mr. fered defeat at the hands of Hen-
into the week's coffee for the audience. sugar refinery in the Belle Glade Branch Mr. and Mrs. Lee Wroten, Tonight the Blue
getting squad.
hands county
Leamon "Andy" Andrews, Lake area. North American will create!' Mr. and Mrs. Jess Elliott Mr. and dry tuned for a battle
wash. Devils are up
member of the audience a subsidiary called Florida Sugar Mr. and Mrs.
Most of the conversation stem- Worth, a Mrs. Lloyd Hundley, with Vero Beach eleven and n
for the coffee Ed, Refinery; to operate the plant upon and Mrs. William -
I don't Mr.
said, cure
med from a type of ballot to be I R. D. Apelgren large crowd of local fans are plan-
additional pool workers but I'll take the dime. I'll list it as I its completion. Plumer, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Tom the team to
used and to accompany
contribution." North American, formerly Cu- T. L. Sell- ning
booth on a campaign Boynton, Mr. and Mrs. seat.
needed to man the voting I the Indian River county
until
and An- ban American Sugar Co., Holman,
election day. Bandlow, a Republican ers, Mr.: and Mrs. Howard Last Friday night a stout de-
Democrat, are both seeking that firm's assets were national- Vandegrift, J. S.
Frank Sakser, supervisor of vot- drews, a Mr. rind Mrs. Roy fense and relentless ground attack
election to the commission seat ized by the Castro government, op- and L. J. Fraser.
Barwick
said he wanted a to 13-6 victoryover
ing machines, La. carried Clewiston a
refinery in Gramercy .
held by #a d.low. erates a
commis- now in tho
chance to explain to the Pahokee Friday night
'--- i David M. Keiser, company presi-
sion why the bond issue would not '' first football game of the season: '
dent' said that'part of the refining Okeelanta Sugar
appear on the voting machines. H s Funeral Services equipment also is in place. The for both teams.
criticism over Edwin Cato, a
said there had been Led by tackles
is, expected to open early
refinery
the decision to use paper ballots Mill May Be Sold sophomore, and Senior Johnny McGee -
BardinSunday next year.
to
Bob Pahokee
vote. Uncle held
for the bond Keiservsaid it would have an Clewiston
Sakser said it was not impossible' of 100 million less than 80 yards rushing.
annual capacity Refinery may
Okeelanta Sugar
the bond vote on the ma- Pahokee scored its only touch-
to put
afternoon at two o'clock pounds of liquid sugar. He said become the property of South when
impractical. :
chine but that it was I "Cascade"and if down in the third quarter
held at the product would be called Rico Sugar Company
Porto
that a lockout system funeral services Were Miller scooped up ISo
He explained bottlers Guard Larry
church for a would be sold to canners, stockholders vote favorably on tha
would Baptist: line
Point
which Canal 40-yard
to be used his own
would have fumble near
ice
and
bakeries, preservers ; 20, when a
the community on October
and citizen of proposition the
confusion for
add to the general pioneer and raced all the way
would probably lead to voting er Robert ThadcteUa Bardin, 81, who cream manufacturers throughout meeting is held in Jersey City. The score.

died last Friday. Florida. proposed buying concern had a Clewiston took the opening kickoff -
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rors.Most of the ballot, he said, is He was familiarly known as Florida Sugar Corp., and a North other sales volume of 55.8 million dollars and marched in for score. Half-

taken with constitutional "Uncle Bob" to his many, many I American subsidiary, in 1963. back Berto Morrell and Fullback
up Lake
amendments and the names of friends who knew him for many sugar cane growers in the Employes at the Okeelanta plant Bowden carried the brunt of
Canal Okeechobee area will supply th of the impend Henry
of informed
have been Junior -
office. proprietor where
candidates running for years as Keisei the attack to the four,
John Remsen, chairman of the Point's only restaurant. He was a refinery with raw sugar, ing sale of the local holdings that Quarterback Mandy Morrell

school board, said he thought the retired Justice of Peace. He was a said. total 24,000 acres of sugar cane in scored on a keeper around left end.
of' ballot of the Canal Point Baptist - this immediate vicinity and 15,000acres Morrell
question as to the type member After,the kickoff Mandy .
.. had previously been resolved, and Church and Everglades. Masonic, Larry Wright Is at Fellsmere.. intercepted a Pahokee pass on the .
+ had ahead with Lodge 211. According to a local spokesman end returned 10 yardsto
that his board gone Pahokee 32
Lion be
his wife, Vera, New Student the organization heads will not
preparation of paper ballots.J. He is survived by set up the second Tiger score.

P. Icard, commission comp- Canal Point; two sons, Robert changed. Bowden carried 12 yards around
troller, offered a suggested break- Vann of Waycross Ga., and Pete The Pahokee Lions club has anew According to a local informant:, end and then four 'up the middle
,daugh- member for the 1961- Okeelanta operation will be tho
of Lafayette, Louisiana, student the yardllne1. Berto Morrell
five) six
the
continued on page to,
( .. .- ,,-- ters, Mr*. Ronald Dempsey of Port 65 school term in the person of first to harvest their cane this sea skirted end for the touchdown.
Mayaca and Mrs. Susan Wilson of Larry Wright who was chosen I son. At present plans call for cano

Lee Hank Kimball Canal Point; one brother, Wayne from the senior class for this dis. cutting operations to begin on . .

Bardin of Bastrop, La.; one sister, tinct honor. Larry is the son ot< Oct. 10.STUDENT. . I
.
Mrs. J. Russell Williams of Moncks Mr. and Mrs. Marion Wright 01 Paul Rardin Park'Named

Funeral ServicesFuneral Corner, S. C-, nine grandchildren.The Pahokee. Mr. Wright is associated MEMBER

body was taken to Starke', with Royal's in Pahokee. Miss Marilyn Mock is the new

Fla. where graveside services were - student member of the Pahokee By Co BoardFormal

services were held at held Monday at :3:00 p. m. by the Leonard Geiger is a patient Ir. Woman's Club fo rthe school year

the Canal Point Baptist' church Masonic Lodge of Starke. Pall- Everglades Memorial Hospital.On of 196465.
Monday afternoon for Lee Hank were: Ray Hawk, Sr.., presentation of a resolu--
bearers -
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Kimball, 68, who died in Fort Harlan Sears, Grady Boynton, I tion naming a Glades park after

Lauderdale. He was a former Francis Cross, Paul Rardin and H. Pahokee PTA Will Ask Questions Paul Rardin was made Monday at

resident of Canal Point. The services G. Rogers. the County Commission meeting.

were conducted by Rev. w _ A resolution called attention to

Lawrence Stewart, pastor of the 45 Of Candidates For Superintendentfor Rardin's long and faithful serviceas

church and burial was made at Mrs. Kilpatrick, a member of the county com-

Port Mayaca cemetery.Survivors Died On Wednesday mission and provided for naming a

include his wife, Artie, to in advance to recreational area between Belle
Monday October 0, at 8:00p. : I you prepare
<,_ of Fort Lauderdale' ; two daught- Mrs. Dorothy Edwina Kilpatrickage m. in the .High School Audi- put before these gentlemen. Please, Glade and Pahokee, known 8Jt in

4;..J;. > ers.:Mrs. Zone Gail Carr of Davic of, 45, died Wednesday I morning torium, the, Pahokee-: T.. A. will Please use this,sUp for your ques East Shore Park, to be known Park."
Trotter
"Paul
Lillian Rardin
Mrs.
': ::'; ,Fla., and at the home of her mother, Mrs. conduct a forum with the two contenders desire to ask severalquestions the future as
,Cads Tenn.; four brothers Dennis in Pahokee. Mrs.'Kil- tions. If you .. .
t'; ... Pearl Agner, for the job of Superintendent
and Walter, both of Canal Point, patrick is survived by one son, of Public Instruction for Palm feel free to use additional -

Rufus and Frank, both of Santa Johnny KilpAtrick of Christmas, Beach County Robert Fulton and paper. Please submit these to "

Cruz, Calif., and eight grandchild- Fla.: her mother, :Mrs. Agner; two Lloyd Early participating.The Dr. R. C. Lane, P. O. Box 602; Kyle Reception Local

,. sisters Mrs. Jessie Barnes. Paho executive board of the P. T. Scott at the High School or to

. kee and Mrs. Lois Grey, Canal A. feels that this is an importantmeet Judge James Tyson, Jr.,.. 1077 Teachers Monday

ren.Directors Point; two brothers, J. D. Agner, and urges all to attend. Garden Place. .

Named Chicago, 111. and Merle Agner, In- There will be brief prepared The P. T. A. would like to haveas

dianapolis, Ittd., and two grand I statements by both men, and then many advance questions: as pos- Canal ''Point school teachers will

ChamberIn children. questions will be' asked of them sible so that proper time may be be honored Monday night at a reception -

Pahokee She was n member of the First concerning 'problems confrontingthe allowed for their answers. Please held by the Canal Point

Baptist Church of Pahokee and the school system and their pos- cooperate by utilizing these ad- Lions club at the Community-
No. 184. Services slips. You do not will be
recent election of Pahokee Eastern Star sible solutions. vance questions Building. The reception
a '' held Friday at 10 a. m. at have to sign them. with the Annual
Chamber of Commerce directors were Below Is printed a question slip held in conjunction
Funeral Home club, officials -
Wetherington Ladies Night of the
the follow- I I
for a three year period, Guthrie Colvard. said
with Rev. organization
ing were elected, Marvin Crady, Chapel of the
Bill Caroway, W. O. Moss and pastor of the First Baptist Church To Mr. Fulton and Mr. Early yesterday.J. .
Graveside s e rv Ice s chairman
Charles E. Lewis.Installation officiating. G. Weeks, program
of these directorsand I I were held in Christmas.. for the special occasion, said yes-
call fora
other new officers will be held terday that present plans
annual dinner tentatively set VANTSTS RETURN HOME food program for Monday night.Through
at an
1 James W. Vann returned Saturday the years the Lions club
20.
for October where he attended
Directors leaving the Board are from Lakeland has made a special occasion out
the >Florida State Accounting for the teacher
reception
J. L. Tyson, David TJnwin Frank of the
Glllis and Ray Hatton. The eight Conference for Housing Auth and Monday night will be no exception

remaining in office are orities. Mr* Vwm, who ha been . to the rule.
directors
R. F. Hurt. Glenn Powell Paul the guest of her sister and family,,. .ii, As an extra added attraction..

Milton: Salvatore Bill Ben- Mr. and Mr*. M. H. Mulkey at. Mr. Weeks said that door prize
CoWer
ton Mitchell Kirk, B. R. Moeley Tavernier also returned home, ., will be given. y\
Saturday. I
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FrIday, September 25, 196J.
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sale there'' will be a number of
Mrs. Bill Rice and daughter Su
Registered Cattle other breeding age bulls for sale to
; to their home
: those who may not get enough dur- zanne, have returned

+ f On Sale October 1IISSIMMEE ing All the the sale.bulls In the sale have I in with Jacksonville her parents following, Mr. and Mrs.visit T.

Ji been performance tested throughthe L Sellers.
I extension[ --
Georgia agricultural
60 registered
and Mrs. \V. M. DuBose returned
service Cross emphasized,
Hereford bulls
and 4O registered i
I available in home this weekend from Colum-
their records will be
Hereford heifers will sell at the
1 ..r! l l fourth Jo-Su-Li Farms productionsale I the catalog for the sale bus, Ga., where she was called by
r will death of her mother-in-law,
heifers the
; + [_ October 1 at Colquitt, Ga., Twenty-four of the
side, be Mrs. Mary Dubose.
owner Clarence L. Cross said here either have calves at or
today. bred to calve shortly, he said, and

.. the remaining 16 will not be bred.
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The sale will Interest
be of special -
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to Florida cattlemen, since
The Rardin Building Canal Point, FloridaTHE I Cross said he sends up to 80 per- | Georgia will be the a short Holiday distance Inn at from Albany Jo-, PRINCE THEATREPAIIOKEE
cent of his sale cattle to Florida l"
Su-Li.
LAKE OKEECHOBEE REGION HOME OF each year, from his farm just
I, north of the Florida line. Cross said that: anyone wanting : FJ.I ...\..
I sale catalog should write to the
THE EVERGLADES NEWSServing "Since beef prices are down, cattlemen a I _
farm at Colquitt, Georgia and one
are looking for bigger, batter
I would be sent return mail.501tOICITI' I
the Lake Okecchobee Farming Region Without bulls for their commercial by SUNDAY, MONDAY, TUESDAY

Interruption Every Week for 40 Years heals, and they want :them os I I I SEPTEMBER 272829"MARNIE"

Established March 11,1924 Published Every Friday cheap as they can get them. So wo'
are tryingto make this sale satisfy : IIONTCSSMrs. ,
Subscription Price $2.00 Year In Advance
their needs," he said. I Lee Shirley will be hostess

The Everglades News Is Entered at the Post Office Lunch will be served at the farm to the Beta Tau sorority at her
TIPPI IIEDREX, A..lVDII
.yo In Canal Point, Florida, as Second Class Matter before the sale which begins at home for the October 1. meeting.The i
1:00: p. m., est Cross pointed out, Beta Omicron sorority will SEAN CONNERY
Paul Rardin Owner, Editor, Publisher and he invited interested buyers to meet at the home of Mrs Bill Hat- II (IN COLOR)

arrive early enough to look over ton, Xi Alpha Mu will meet with
the selection. Mrs Melvin Spooner with Mrs
Here Is What Transpired At Monday's In addition to the cattle in the I t James Moore co-hostess. I I RT'TL7t' V.I! ;tip V..l i.M.

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Palm Beach County commls-I'ed that it only puts in asphalt 04",'.

t stoners this week had ': walkways. The League also asked tMa iya

I F information' by leaps that and the'bounds' area is-growing they I'School for lights aiea in and the assistance Iennedy High from "it"; Phone 3245511Pahokee Phone WY 6.2550Belle Glade X:,.:

I
held a marathon meeting which
f ran into two days to transact business I the commission in removing a SALES and SERVICE j?
}
that used to be done in two number of abandoned autos in the
hours. I Kennedy school area.. *:* Heating Air :>
Conditioning Appliances <
The board, which in the past I Heard a request from the Aera : .. .,
several months has found it necessary -* Improvement Committee of the
their two regular Joint Cooperative Council askingthe +s a++. sysYSM..Ma a s t.YS t..gs +sfi.4u :. *ys. ifiss ss 4 is s afias,' s '*3 stfissss ++
to augment I V r V V V V V V V Y tf V V V
monthly meetings with special commission to spend an esti-
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meetings and frequent mated $125,000 to construct a boat

tive meetings, has not admlnlstra-I lift on the West Palm Beach canal.
portunity to meet for The commission indicated favorable -
Monday's lengthy session which reaction to the request but

ran into a recessed meeting on I asked Austin Nelson, AIC chair- /,
Tuesday, was necessary to "catch man to come back to the board '
up" on the work load accumulated with plans or suggestions to finance -
during the three week period. the project. J /
Among other actions the board: Proclaimed Oct. 14 as Haddassa ir

Authorized printing of 100,000 Day throughout Palm Beach .

pleasure maps of Palm Beach County.
County for use at the Welcome Proclaimed Oct. 8 to 14 as the I

Station and for distribution> I Annual Light Bulb Sale conductedby i
through other outlets. The maps the county's Lions Clubs. "'"

had previously been supplied by I II Authorized use of International
I the West Palm Beach Chamber of Airport for an aircraft exhibit on
I Commerce which bowed out be- I September 24 as part of "Kids

cause of a reported lack of funds. Day" sponsored by the Kiwanis \
Heard a renewed plea from the I, Club. on'r lug if
Voters League of Riviera Beach Adopted a resolution calling for x
I asking for sidewalks to,,serve four slx-lanlng of Okeechobee' Road at
schools in the area. The league West Palm Beach when traffic
delegation said It wanted' concrete count in the future warrants the f/

walks but the commission explain,, improvement. 1 ,

, terminal I quate insurance should be providedand I? LET ITRIDE

Complex that flying school revenue
should be reported. '

Are Declared that a state of emergency '
Papers SignedA existed following Hurricane }s !

Cleo and that some $16OOO was:
I authorized for immediate roof repairs
target date for completion of ...
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withouta ;
to airport buildings
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a new terminal complex at International -
time-consuming call for bids on
set for De-
Airport was
the work.
cember 15, 1965 this week as the Voted to offer airport facilitiesto ; .
county commission got set to sign the State Board of Conservationfor

final papers with 'the consolidated use as a research headquarters
engineering and architectural for beach erosion studies. <
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firms named to design the installa '
r
tion.The ;:; '-' .
proposed contract with the
rdeslgneis was presented for signing State Will Advance

Monday but action was delayed World's Fair Money ,
after Commissioner Lake LytaJ:

said he had not had an opportunityto .
TALLAHASSE The Florid
read the proposal.
The commission's liaison com. Cabinet has agreed to advance

mittee on the project, said it had money to the Florida exhibit at Jeed faster. .easier! Automatic electric augering equipment

drawn two ough drafts of the pro the New York World's Fair to tide mixes
and feed
conveys from storage to feed
areas bunk
posal and a third is in the offing. it over the winter. in
George Frost, county engineer, minutes. Save hours of time and labor. Frees you to do
Comer Kimball of Miami, chair- more
said he had prepared drafts of the
contract and had turned them over man of the state's World Fair productive work.

to Commissioner E. F. Van Kessel, Authority, asked for $400OOO from
board member of the liaison com the State Internal Improvement Amount of silage feed for each animal can be accurately
Fund. The Cabinet agreed to help
mittee'
regulated. Feed be shut off
A motion b y Commissioner out. can completely at empty stalls.

George Warren to sign the con- Kimball said the exhibit owed
tract failed for lack of a second some $680,000 on the constructionof Every unit, large or small, is designed to fit your individual

and a substitute motion calling buildings. When the fair closes installation. It's efficient. .economical. .boosts your
for draft of the contract to be for the winter, Kimball explained, profits
members of the commission the authority would have contin
given to all For
help and advice, see your County Agent, or contact
for personal review, was ued expenses but no income. your
passed. Originally, the construction \ nearest FPL office. -
Other actions concerning the I mortgage was to have been paid
airport included: off with profits from attendance.But li\

Instructed County Attorney crowds visiting the fair were i ts'M/ ) almeleas.............,... .....
Harry Johnston to advise the But- slimmer than expected. While the
ler Aviation Company that the state took in enough money to pay ...ffOW (aNlAPfR THAN eVERt l'tl'lt" '

,county considers the Butler Flying operating expenses. there isn't FLORIDA POWER A LIGHTH.QMDA I ':.

School, Inc., an adjunct of the base: enough left to make mortgage pay- COMPANY..... .
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I [f PERSONAL NEWS NOTES I rfia r-; I Needs Development Its Personnel Board University 6,400 Students Of So.Enter Fla.


TAMPA-Industrial and tourism TAMPA-A total of more than

.. leaders agreed recently that thereis 6,400 students registered at the

Miss Velma Williams of Miami, Mr. and Mrs. Franklin Harris of I an overriding need for continuity University of South Florida for
spent this past weekend as the West Palm Beach were the Sunday i of personnel in the Florida De- 196465. This is 1,800 more than

guest of her parents, Mr. and Mrs.J. afternoon guests of Mr. and Mrs.J. velopment Commission.But last year, boosted mainly by en-
E. Williams.Mr. C. Harris of Pahokec. { 'Y they disagreed on whetherthe rollment of freshmen from Florida
A commission should be reorgan high schools and transfers of 800
and Mrs. J. S. Atkins recently Mrs. Margaret Howard of \Vest ized into different departments students from the state's junior
returned from a three? week Palm Beach was the recent guestof !for industrial development and colleges.
visit with her mother in Madison, her mother, Mrs Ora Powell. promotion of travel and tourism. About 2,000 of the students are
Ga. Some half dozen persons testified housed In seven residence halls including -
Mr. and Mrs. Claude Shirley
before :a four completed Just in
these
questions
Terri Thomas, small daughter ol spent this past weekend at Palm on
time of classes. The
subcommittee of the Legislature'sGovernmental for opening
Mr. and Mrs. J. V. Thomas, returned Beach Shores.
I l Reorganization! and rest commute from their home's In
home Friday from Good Samar
Mr. and Mrs. Bob Maxson and Efficiency Committee as it met in Tampa Bay area.
itan Hospital where she underwent . .
minor 'son were the weekend guests of I Tampa.
surgery. her parents, Mr. and Mrs. F. S. MRS. JOANNE JACK Woodrow Todd. manager of the Millions CollectedIn

Mrs. Lester Hand left Saturdayfo ; Parrish. _"''- ....to to _.... Clearwater Chamber of Commerce,
ra weeks visit with her sister stated the Development Commis- Car, Truck Tax
Mr. and Mrs. James W. Vann are
and family, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Driry Council Sends sion has been extremely helpful.
Black.C. spending this week visiting rela- Official On Visit but the heavy turnover of its per- TALLAHASSEE The state
tives in Salemburg and Council.
sonnel had hindered Its performance. collected $79,412.506 from automobile
L. Stuart of Canal Point entered N. stacks truck and other vehicle license -
C.Mrs. Carrying of health edu-
Good Samaritan Hospital In R. J. Welch of Lake City. cation materials, Mrs. Joanne James Healey, vice president of tag sales during the first six
West Palm Beach after-
noon for tests! and Tuesday examinations.Mr. S. C., is the house guest of her Jack, Executive Director of the Honeywell Corp. of St. Petersburg, I I months of 1964.
suggested the commission be reorganized Motor Vehicle CommissionerArch
son-in-law and daughter Mr. ami Dairy Council of South Florida!
Mrs. Vandegrift, Jr. into a commission for Livingston said the increaseof
and Mrs. Harry Sheppardand Roy visited Canal Point, this week.
children have returned to their The materials she brought with the economic development of Flor- $24,986,321 over the first six
home in Palm Beach Gardens after Roland Todd has returned to his her were related to better break- ida, with separate divisions of industrial months of 1963 was about normal.
several days visit with her parents, home after spending several daysas I fasts. development, travel.tour- Livingston noted that Brevard
Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Crady and a patient in Everglades Memorial -i I I Thousands more pamphlets ism, agriculture and others. County nearly doubled its tag rev-
Hospital.H. Fischer Blackvice president of enue during the period and showed -
family { two U-Haul trailers full already
Tampa Electric Co., also recom- the largest proportionate
C.. Graham is a patient at have been distributed through 466
mended single commission with of Florida county.
a
Everglades Memorial Hospital this schools in the ten South Florida growth any
separate departments for indust- Sales of tags for 'nail boats and
week. counties in which the Dairy Council
rial development and travel-tour utility trailers and dealer demon-
now operates.Mrs.
Frank Rozelle, Jr., of Atlanta I I Jack Is! on an eight-county ism. stration tags throughout the state
Ga., is the guest of his parents, Mr. tour this week meeting personallywith Committee hearings will prob- showed a decrease from last year.
and Mrs. Frank Rozelle, this week. 1' educators and others. The ably be concluded during a scheduled }- .
meeting in Tallahassee in Miss Janette Harrington of FSU
.
- materials she is distributing sup-
BOYS the November. Tallahassee, spent this past week-
plement those already in
The Dairy Council of South schools. end as the guest of her parents..
Commercials Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Harrington.
now are appearingin
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Florida says a quart of milk a day .
provides most of a child's dally requirement Mrs. Ollie Adams and l\tra'i the daily Huntley-Brinkley Report -
of vitamins and miner- Georgia Blair have returned on the NBC-TV network. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Jones of

8 THROUGH 13 als. Like this: calcium, 82 per a visit with relatives in Gl n- American Dairy Association has Clewiston were the Saturday
cent; phosphorus, 63 per cent; pro- wood, Ga. participation spots in the show.'I guests of his mother Mrs. C. B-
tein, 40 per cent; riboflavin, 83 per I - Off the air Chet Huntley is a Jones.
ENTER OUR cent; Vitamin A, 30 per cent: Mr. and Mr. L.. L.. Shirley hav- farmer, owns a dairy farm near .
thiamine, 22 per cent; Vitamin D, rcturnd home following a vaca- Stockton N. J. and is a member of!. CLASSIFIED ADS PAY
100 per cent. I tion tour of the western states. ADA. BIG DIVIDENDS

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School Bond Issue-

Food Inspectors Pahokee Baptists

(continued From Page 1)) A e' ; THE Have Study CourseThis

down for sharing election
expenses OvertimeTALLAHASSEEInspectors
between the county and the school 4 ? FARM: : Working week the First Baptist

board. The school board is slatedto
Church of Pahokee has been con-
pay all expenses over and above FR.OISTT"BY of
ducting a study course entitled
the expense of running a regular the Florida Department of Agri- I
"Out reach for the Unreached"v.
election-an expense paid by the I culture have been working over-

commission. DOYLE CONNER time to assure: consumers or wholesome ;:ti: ..ev. Guthrie Colvard teach-

Commissioner George Warren I' OMMISSIOtJEFFLORIDA I I food supplies in the wake of ing the book, and closing on Wed-

forecast problems with registering DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTUREFollowing I hurricanes Cleo and Dora, Commis- nesday. Thursday evening a cover-

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freeholders at the polls and con- sioner Doyle Conner said today. ed dish supper and installation

ducting a regular election at the "In fact, a greatly augmented service was held at the church for
. .
my report several life. No results
same time. He pushed for additional inspection force still the the officers and teachers.Mr. .
was on
weeks ago about rE:. arch to find "f lease. Please give us some relief ... .
poll workers. job last week in North Florida
a means of preventing crop daai- i from these birds which I un-
Louis Morrell, Asst. supervisorof Conner said. "Because floods were and Mrs. Lee Wroten and
ag caused by redwing blackbirds, i derstand usually live in swamps ,
children this weekendin
spent past
registration, said additional I continuing in some areas it wA..n'tuntil
received their
several highly critical but have made campaign
help will 'be supplied and he out- I letters this week before our emer- Naples where they were the
from bIrd lovers. this settled
headquarters in community
lined a schedule of personnel needs I To illustrate how the redwinghas I ." gency food inspections began to guests of her mother Mrs. Velva
from three extra clerks off" Baxter.
ranging in become a pest in other places' A;* murlcane Dora began her destructive taper
the small precincts to six In such Live Oak, hard
extra in besides areas as
farmers' fields, is the following sweep across North FIOl'ida -
the larger precincts. He said more hit by floods, damage to food sup-
from a letter I received recently radio reports of I Its prog.ssthrough ,
than 120,000 voters are eligible to: plies has been heavy. At one retail -
from a lady who lives in Green Cove Springs reminded Classified Ads
ballots in the store there the loss 100
cast coming election St. Petersburg: me that one of the state's was
and predicted that about 75 per- per cent and at another, 75 p.r
"Will it be possible to extend largest dairies is located there. In

cent would do so. your survey to this neighborhoodwhere fact, it is probably one of the larg'est cent. POSITIVELY all want ads or

Morrell said it would be neces- these birds have been on the in the world, milking some Thirty Inspectors hlvebeen classifieds, as you wish to caU

sary to conduct schools for the ad- increase for the past three years? 3,500 to 4,000 cows. working 12 to 14 hours a day in them, are payable in advance from

ditional workers to instruct themIn There are times when I cannot Because power failures are prac- I North Florida where Dora caused his day forward. Don't phone 'em.
for the bond heavy damage. Normally 8 inspectors Write it and dollar bill in
procedures running empty my trash during the day, tically a certainty during a hurri- drop a
vote. are on the job in this part of the envelope If you want it run
and when getting to the garage la cane, you might wonder how milk-
The county Commission took the a major undertaking, to say nothing ing can proceed on schedule with- the state. once. $2 if you want it run twice
position that the bond election was "Food of many kinds In retail and so on.
of being able to hang out laundry out use of milking machines. So,
the responsibility of the school to work in the do? stores, wholesale warehouses and I
I or yard. what does a big dairy '
board and that the commission is processing plants are subject to FOR MALE: New and Used Willys
"At times I have had to wear alarge' For one thing, a business that
offering its full cooperation in be without possible spoilage or contamination Jeeps. Walter Ashley's Garage
afford to
couldn't
hat, a rake strung! big
carry
In Belle Phone 6.3058.
helping arrange the bond election. by conditions generated by the Glade
to furnish
. with pie tins to even go the few standby equipment fury of a hurricane," Conner said. Oct. 17-54-ch.
feet to my garage. Yes, I have even power. When a power failure occurs -
L. D. Echols returned to hi "Our inspectors remove from
? I' had them follow me into the ga for any reason, milking ma- IIOUSK FOR SALE: Almost new
home from St. consumer channels all products un-
Saturday Marys rage. chines continue to operate when CB home. 3 br, 2 bath, completely -
fit for human consumption. Any
Hospital West Palm Beach.
"What is more, they raise their the standby power plant Is turned that can be salvaged for:' animal furnished $4,000 cash including

offspring to be abolescent delin- on feed made available for that owner's equity and furniture. Balance
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quents and the young soon becomeas At most of. our larger dairy I like rent. Also FOR SALE:
The
purpose. remainder Is destroyed -
bellicose as the parents. farms, standby power is a must. under CO acres of muck land on the old
an inspector's supervision. -
.. * .. Without it a dairy with several ." Pahokee-Belle Glade Road. Price

economy model hundred or more cows to milk at reduced. See or call Dan Carpenter -
The
sewing machine lady mistakenly assumesthe Power failures that shut down
research I mentioned is to be a regular intervals could be put out I freezer facilities are one of the Realtor. Telephone 4-7153 residence -

bySINCERGlades project of the Florida Departmentof of business by a power failure. !i chief causes of food spoilage. 47235. July 3 tfcVUAT'S

Agriculture. It is not. It will bea Hand milking might solve the
Flooding can cause' heavy losses by
herd-if suffi- \ IN TilE ATTIC that
problem for a small you
project of the Wildlife Service, contamination.
... water Physical
cient skilled labor is available. But don't need? A $1.00 classified ad
$5950 U. S. Department of the Interior, damage results from winds or
mechanization has this column will probably find
progressive IIn
which has new laboratory at I
a floods, Conner said, "consumers
gradually reduced the amount of you a sale. Just writer your ad, en-
"'-J Gainesville.Her can be assured that, when business ,
hand labor required on dairy .close a dollar and we'll do the rest.
l letter continues: "I have is resumed, the foods in their retail The News Canal
farms, as it has in many other agricultural Everglades Point;
Mercantile Co. called the local police, the Audu- enterprises.The markets have passed inspec- Fla.
bon Society (they cheerfully tell strivesto I tion and are wholesome."
255 SOUTH LAKE AVE. me this species often nest five or modern dairy farmer -e. TIIEKO11K IK>NK. Trees sawedup
employ the least labor and the
PAHOKEE, FLORIDA six times a year) and even Wild- Mr. and :Mrs. J. E. Burns have and hauled away. We do
most mechanized equipment he can j I I returned to their home in Orlando landscape work. Call us for free
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afford continuous effort to
in a
r after a week's visit with their son- estimate. Cycle and Mower Centerin
increase operating effficlency.
#* tbs iAA, c4"s in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Belle Glade. Phone 9966668.Oct. .
x .. -16ch- '* .'
C. L. Story and family. :

Texas cattlemen attending a . I
ROOMS I"OIfc KENT: Weekly or
beef cattle short course recentlywere Mr. and Mrs. David Uumey of monthly Call 924- 681 or 024-

Jolted by the suggestlpn of .1 Cocoa, were the weekend guestsof 3331. Lucky Star Dude Ranch, N.

Scotch animal scientist that dual- her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Rup- of Canal Point on U. S. 441.

purpose cattle production may be ert Mock. 324 pd RTF
In the offfing for the U. S. I
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I 4* single-purpose cattle, either dairyor .
..
beef," according to T. R. Pres- RH

ton's report on the spread of the'

dual-purpose program throughoutthe PEOPLE WHO KHOW. WILL CO .

United Kingdom.As .

quoted by Farm Journal,

Preston told his audience: "This'barleybeef' ANDREWSDEMOCRAT

Is a profitable bust

ness that yields a 20 per cent return

on invested capital. It's basedon FOR

an all-concentrate ration to

Freslan (Holstein) bull calves. COUNTY COMMISSIONER

"They gain 2'/ to 3 pounds a

day, reach slaughter weight of 900

pounds in less than a year. Life "ANDY "SAYS:

time feed conversion runs lean 1. 'You can count on pact performa . NOT promt*..!"

than 5 to 1." 2. "Build .
road
by TRAFFIC COOxfonal not for pecial or par-

e . ) INTERESTS!

3. "'1.... spend COUNTY TAX MZ'.i.t: ::* with LOCAL BUSINESS
American Dairy Association,
FIRMS and PEOPLE! "
Dairy Society International anJ .,VsFridaY ;
4. "Civil Sorvlco or equivalent for QUALIFIED COUNTY EM.
Japan Milk Association are team- PLOYEESI"

ing up to furnish free milk and
3. "Equal ADVANCEMENT and P.<\Y opportunities for QUALIFIED
ice cream to 6,500 athletes, coachesand
COUNTY WOMEN EMPLOYEES
game officials at the Olympic .
6. .L.'. givo local) folk FIRST OPPORTUNITY at HIGHER PAYING
Games In Tokyo.
COUNTY JOBS!

- 7. "Cooperative effort WILL OPEN 1-95 and Military Trail to South

Cheese comes in a staggering County linel'

y number of varieties-417 at last 8. "lef ELECT a nun KNOWN and RESPECTED by COUNTY and
MUNICIPAL REPRESENTATIVES!"
count and countless variations. All
this from the lowly cow. 9. "Let'. ELECT a man dedicated to the- PEOPLE not hi. own
promotion or Utter**!*!"
.,.rMw..,.,. .,w.I .
10. "let's ELECT a man who.. PROVEN ABILITY WILL BRING

DIGNITY and TRUST to County .ff.I,.."


guyson SCHOOL'SOPEN I I Ir ANDY'S PLEDGE: "M, ability will always .bo noel to Insure _

FAIR and EQUAL REPRESENTATION for .v.ry eltl.... .f Palm Beach

County. I want and will work for _... '____
EQUITABLE pending of all tax monies* iif: 11.'yr.r'N: 'gin
,
the each of the five county districts to ,,' ,/'
go 1
insure growth and orderly development \

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Page; Six The Eycrgla/lea! News. Canal Point, Florida 33438 Friday, September 25, 1964
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I John Pren BurdeshawHas



I 1.:1: News Of : The Cliurel} s II M. I-' John Birthday Pren Burdeshaw Party celebrated -

his 7th birthday with a wiener

BIRTHS. __I roast at his home; Monday, Sept.
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;. I 21. Games were enjoyed by the

The Methodist Church South. Side Church 'l'h 'aho ,ge Church, Mr. and Mrs. Herbert W. Carterof small guests and the traditionalcake

Canal Ppint! ''iQridaJames Of ChristBelle Of The'l'j za"ene B.elle... Glade, announce the birth John and Pren's ice mother cream was, Mrs.served Wayne by

.., .. -- of a son, Brian Carlisle'" born September Burdeshaw. --
W. Baugjier, Pastor Glade across from Rev. Willard Kilpatrick : 16.
.
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SUNDAY: Bowling Alley on Itd.'.80. 4S3 Bacorrr Point rtdr 'Mr. and-Mrs. Jimmy R. Williamsof . .

--- 8:45:: > a. m.-Sunday School. 0OO: a. m.-Bible Study Phone 924-7523 P. O. Box; 882 Belle Glade, announce the birthof Lions Will Sell

11:00: a. m.-Morning:.Worship 1:00 a. m.-Sermon SUNDAY SERVICES: a daughter, Sandra Kay, born
6:00: p. rn.-Evening Worship 6:80 p. m.-Evening Service 9:45: a. m.-Sunday School September, 19. Christmas TreesL.

TUESDAY.. : 6:30: p. m.-Wed.. Bibla Study 11:00: a. m.-Sunday Worship Mr. and Mrs. Alfred J. Flecherof

'8:90:: p: m.-Woman's Society 6:30: p. m.-Juniors Pahokee, announce the birth of M. Buckley, Branch Managerof

let TuesdayWEDNESDAY St. Peter's Lutheran 7:00: p. m.-Sunday Evening a son, Alfred, Jr., born September' General Finance Corporation,,

: Evangelistic Service 19. I West 'Palm Beach, was guest
7:30 p. m.-Prayer Meeting Church; Belle l Glade WEDNESDAY: Mr. and Mrs. William H. Carro- speaker At the Pahokee Lions

.... .-- 7:30 p: m.-Midweek Prayer way of Pahokee, announce the Club, Tuesday. Mr. Buckley was
August Koerber, Pastor meeting. birth of a son, September 19. presented by Charles Lewis and
First MethodistChurch'Pahokee 601 W.xLake .
Rd. Belle Glade
; ; w &- --
"Where you are a stranger but spoke on the "History of Financ-
'' SUNDAY: once." All Session Of ing." He pointed out the growth
Day
-.. -_ Divine"Services 11 A. M -- of auto sales financing.The .
School 9:45: A. M. l Point
Canal WSCSMrs.
John A. Briiey, Pastor _. Church Of God Lions welcomed as guests,
,
SUNDAY -' Glenn Bennett of Pahokee and'Ben
." 9:45: a.: m.-Church School The Church Of God, Barf ield Highway J. P. Parker presented In' the all Thomas of Orlando. In the busi-
book "Death Of A Myth' an
11:00: a. m.-Morning'.,. Worship.---r.: Of:Prophecy, PahokeeCanal i + 1 day study course held at her home ness meeting, the club voted to sell
6:45: p. .-MYF Pahokee, Fla. : Christmas trees at the Lions build-
Tuesday. Mrs. Parker, Missionary
Point Road
7:45: p. m-Evening Worship J. W. Hughes Minister Education Chairman of the WSCS ing beginning December 12, with
rUESDAY M' 'Phone 92437S proceeds to go to the building fund.
I' : John: H. Kinard; pastor in Canal Point Methodist Church,
7:00: p. m.--Vesj! >er: Choir' prae"* 10:00: a. m.-Sunday School SUNDAY: was assisted by Mrs. Earl Maxson,I These trees will be treated to pre-
UceWEDNESDAY 11:00: a. m.-Preaching Service;; 9:45: 'a. m.-Sunday School Mrs. Boyd Vorhees and Mrs. Pope vent drying out and loss of needles
I and will her stored Indoors to insure
11:00 a. m.-Morning Worship <
r : 7:45: p. Evangelistic Service: Sears.: Thirteen"members of the I
7:45: p.; m.-:.Mid-week. . : ViceTUESDAY T. . _. -
,. 8:00: p. m. Thiu-sday-W.M.B.> -i I. -
'
8:30: p.: m.-Senior, Choir. practice Everyone; welcome. Special music : McKee Is Rat l\1u play Rary
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t and singing. 7i3O: p.: m.-Prayer Service

. . THURSDAY: C. P. Lions Member Student Member
.
(?|ades Baptist! ChurchRev. Canal Point 7:30 'p. m.-Youth for Christ I t '+ r m 1
; Service Freddie McKee, son of Mr. and Pahokee High School Senior Pat
-' Baptist Church Mrs. Fred H. McKee of Canal Murphy is the 1964-65: student

( Jonathan L. Wolf) First Point, was recently named from member of the Pahokee Rotary
BaptistCh'
i Meets' in Pahok Lions Club Lawrence Stewart, Pastor the Pahokee High School senior club. He was inducted into the club

I Building.<< SUNDAY: rcll: Pahokee class to be the student member of last Thursday:. by' Past_ "President_
SUNDAY SCHOOL 0:45 a. m. 9:45: a. m.-Sunday School the Canal Point Lions club for the Robert O. Lampi.. Pat'Is the son of

t PREACHING IJ 11:00: a. m. and 11:00: a. m.-Morning Worship Gutbrie W. Colvard, Pastor 1964-65 school term. Freddie was Mr. and Mrs.: Ellis Murphy and a

1 17:30: p. m. I 6:30: p. m.-Training Union SUNDAY; inducted into membership of the member of the Pahokee Blue
SUNDAY B. Y. F.6:30: p. m.WED. I 9:45: a. m.-Sunday School Devils football team.
7:30: p. m.-Evening Worship club at Monday night's meeting.
PRAYER-7:30: p. m. WEDNESDAY: 11:00: a. m.-Morning Worship
. ,
>i -
7:30: m.-Prayer i 6:00: p. m.-Evening Worship .
p. Meeting "-f!" "rlfA I Ifff, J'l>f"'l" >fJ''l>.I"ff.'..ff.\[fraifrfiifrfiifiiTfiif" 1 / ifrifr\ \frfraifr\ i ifrfiifrrfrMonday -II'"
Church; Of Christ . WEDNESDAY 6:45: p. m.-Training Union
:
St. Mary's Catholic
125 N. W. Avenue D 7:30: p. m.-prayer Service
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Phone WY 6-3867 ChurchFathe. Cattle Sales

Belle Glade Fla. Holy Nativity . 3

SUNDAY SERVICED!: .- Francis Fennech, Pastor
Episcopal Church
10:00: a. m.-Bible Study Sunday Mass 11:30: a. m. Are regularly held l at the Glades' Livestock Market
11:00 a. m.-Morning' Worship Confessions before Mass Pahokee :
which is owned and operated by more than 120
7:30: p. m.-Evening Worship . .
WEDNESDAY Rev. L. Leasing, Vicar. Florida Cattlemen
II 7:30: p. m.-Bible Study Traffic CongestionWill SUNDAY: 2
II 1O I a. m.-Sunday School | You'll enjoy the excellent service you receive here
Be AlleviatedA
First BaptistChurch. 11:00: a. m.-Worship Service at this Market. We make an effort at all times to 3
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Canal Point crash program to build addi- I give an outstanding service to buyer and seller. Give |
Deidra
Newton
"TTt- tional roads to alleviate a reported Has us a trial.SALES. 5

Elder Lester Reams traffic congestion problem near A Birthday PartyMrs. | .. .. .. 3ic
SUNDAY: the RCA plant has apparently resolved : : : : : : : I : : t t,I ; ; I

9:45"a.: m.-Sunday School itself, without any concerted Lovda Newton entertained :EVERY MONDAY AT 1 p. m.
action needed at this time. !
11:00 with "
: a. m.-Moriiing Worship a "Patio Supper, Wednes-
6:30: p. m.-B.-7. CA *' Commissioner Lake Lytal' Tues- day, Sept. 23, at her home, 990
7:3O: p. m.-:'Evening Worship. day asked Aboard 'members to approve East Main St., in honor of her Glades Livestock MarketASSOCIATION
TUESDAYS: - rt ntr' : request" for a traffic survey daughter, Deidra's fifth birthday.

7:do p. m.-Choir. practice., near the 'RCA plant which the industry Mrs. Newton was assisted by her .
WEDNESDAY' :' + ; had requested. mother, Mrs. Gertie Williams.

.,f 7::30.- r p. m.-- Midweek Prayer. I I Commissioner' K* F. Van Kessel . I On Pahokee-Belle Glade Road
iBervic*. said'the survey was not wanted Mrs. '
Ralph Echols returned to | Phone WY 63028DON'T
'THURSDAY:-Every other week and his views were backed by En- her home in Naples 'following're-

7:30: p. m.-Ladles A'UXUlary'M I gineer George Frost who said that cent surgery at St.: Marys Hospital la .
RCA had reversed its original request ..
et1ng' I J&.V i&.V""IIV""I&\.l'I&\.l J I&.V" .aIJ.JJ""Ir..VJI&'U.W..U'IJ..V..JI"-V..l1",, I"-V""Ir..V..MU.I""' ''l.In I&.n -";-
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--111IChristian for additional roads.

The commission had previously I I ,....__ _
Science voted to build -a new east-west

Group Of Canal Point road to provide a new interchangeon
Interstate 1-95-a plan which
", -
{ received the approval of the state WAIT. . .
Incidents from
the lives of the
road department but was turned
prophets Elijah and Elisha (I and
down the U. S. Bureau of Public
H Kings) will be featured in the by Now !
Bible Lesson on ''Reality" to be Roads. RCA had requested that Investigate;
the interchange be'moved in order
rend at Christian Science churches
that the flow of traffic to the plant
throughout the world on Sunday. SEE US FOR THE BEST TERMS
would not be interrupted.Lytal's I . .
Readings from "Science and !
suggestion that funds
Health with Key to the Scrip-
tures" by Mary Baker Eddy will that had been drawn the from other road. When you get a loan to buy the home in which your fam-
projects complete new
forms include of these matter lines, the: "The mortal fading body now be re-assigned to the original ily will know so much'happiness, it can be one of the most

drew little from
and material earth, are the fleet- projects other members of the response board. important steps of your life. Our loans are made to fit
ing of
concepts the human mind.

They have their day before the . your needs and budget.

permanent facts and their perfection -
Course
in Spirit appear . Mortals Leadership LET YOUR SAVINGS EARN MORE
must look Belle Glade
beyond fading finite Held In

forms, if they would gain the true

sense of things" (pp. 263-264)). W. M. U. Leadership course was

.-. ""- I held at the Belle Glade Baptist 4i Pet.Payable Semi-Annually

Ronnie Story: HasA I Church September 13. Attendingfrom
the First Baptist:: Church.
Birthday Party Pahokee, were Mrs. Guthrie Col
s vard Mrs. E. B. Gamble, Mrs.

.' Mrs. C. L. Story entertained Wiley Tillis, Mrs. F. G. Gillis, Mrs. EVERGLADES: : FEDERAL
with a party at her home, Thura- Marvin Crady and Mrs. Joe
y day September 17, honoring her Thompson

son. Ronnie, on his seventh birth- . Savings And,.. Loan.... Association- ..... --
day. Out-of-town guests were. ATTEND ELKS MEETINGPast ACCOUNTS ENSURED BY FEDERAL SAVINGS AND LOAN INSURANCE CORP.
:Mrs. Henry Dunn and daughters. 'District Deputy Grand .
Leslie and Lori, of Royal Palm Exalted Ruler,'James W. Vann and Pahokee Belle Glade

Beach and :Mrs. Story's parents, I Mrs. Vann attended, the 13th: an-
Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Burns of Orlando. niversary''and-dinner of. the Qelray Let Your Money Earn 4/2% Payable Semi-AnnIlAl ;

Mrs. Burns assisted her daughter Beach' Elks Lodge, Saturday. Sept.
s ,. inilervlng''the"'guests.; :*- 1.:'Mr. Vana'wiit guest"'speaker..
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The Treasury explains why the new ones you buy and the ones

you own now are better than ever



Q:.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 $18.75 into You buy E Bonds at 75% of face value and the
$25.00 fourteen months; faster than the old rate.interest accumulates to maturity. H Bonds wild
Your savings increase-faster because Bonds income for living expenses, while Bonds a
your
mature.in just 7 9 mcmtbs. nest egg for the future. That's why many retired
years people bold H Bonds and families saving for, say, a
With Series H Bonds
the 10-year maturity period .child's' education, buy'E Bonds.
but interest each,
stays the same more is paiCyou'
sixmont1is.With both'E and.H'Bonds the'new.rate Q: In what denominations am I buy series E and series
works out to2f T %for the first'yearand a'a'half them H Bonds?
a guaranteed 4% each*year to maturity. At B Bonds $25 (cost 18.75, $50 (cost $37.50), $100
ffc When did the new rate become effective? (cost $75.00), $MO (cost $150.00), $500
A: June'l, 1959. (cost 375.00, $1,000 (cost $750.00),
.._ $10,000 (cost $7,500.00).
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A.WIll Does the new rate change: : the Bonds I bought u.HBoaI : $500, $1,000, $5*OOO and $10,000. They
fore June 1, 1959 are priced at face value.
A:AH older E and H Bonds pay more now-an'extra fe How: 'safe ace.+ U.S. Savings Bonds? -..
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&%from now on when held'to-maturity.The increase k
'takes effect In the first full interest periodafter As Savings Bonds are an absolutely. riskless way :to
June. 1. ava ,.The United States Government guarantees
tho-cash value of your Bonds will not drop, that it ,
Q:Will the Beads I own automatically earn their new can only grow.fe .

rate? Bonds should be lost, stolen or d.*
As Yes. You d.n't need to do a thing just hold on to :o&1'i: 1
Bonds.Cte I
your As You can't lose. Bond purchased is recorded
When jny B Bonds mature, will they. keep oa earning by the ,EVIl anything 'happens to your
interest? Bonds they are replaced free

1;Yes.atrtomaticie-year extension. prfrfleg went Q:,Where: can I buy Bonds? .
into effectalo: agwiththe; new interest rate. Tata B it takes few min..;
will earning Ac Buy Bonds at any bank.- only a
S'Bonds automatically
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means interest your after miatarftty.fe ..... Buy; automatically This the PayrollSavjngsPlan >>
when you work. means you
Wath.the new interest rate, should I cash m my old ann bave'any amount you same autematicst iy. .
Bonds and.buy new ones? ducted every payday. The Bonds'.youu. buy 'by
At No. Tbe.automaticr'increase: J.DaJro.lt( wus eobilnaents are delivered to'you: automatically,
es&arY--aM: in'almost eyery case it is to:your advantoo.. Your bank will take your order for H.Bonds.
tage to'retahvyour present Bonds. Cb How do I'help strengthen America' peace power
fe How are series H Bonds different from .edes. B when 4'tray U.S. Savings Bonds?

Bonds? As Peace costs money-money for military strength
A: The-chief difference Js this: You buy H Bonds.at and for science. And;money saved by individuals
full face value and the interest is paid by Treasury helps keep'our.economy sound. ., f. ,.I t I


YOU SAVE MORE THAN MONEY WITH *


U. S. SAVINGS BONDS '


n.o em doe not pay for advertising. The Treasury Department thanfcs .
The AdverttefaQ Council sad publication for their PcafrloCic'doRGdow.The .


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ATTEND WORKSHOP I son, Mrs. James :Miner Mrs. Boyd County Board Sets day for several months. istrative at 9:30: a. m.
The Northwood Methodist Church Vorhees, Mrs. Pope Sears, Mrs. I The board regularly meets on The October schedule calls for
in West Palm Beach was the Pete Hollon, Mrs. Elmer Maxson Meeting Every WeekA the second and fourth Monday of regular meetings on the 12th and
Mrs Walter Kautz and Mrs. Oa- 26th and administrative meetings.
scene of a sub-district workshopfor each month at 10:30: a. m.
ceola Upthegrove. revised meeting schedule was on Oct. 5th and 19th.
WSCS members in this area The commission voted Tuesdayto _. .
. Commissioners -
Thursday Sept. 17. Attendingfrom adopted by County add administrative sessions on
the Canal Point Methodist Mrs. C. B. Stringari has returned this week in an effort to eliminate the Monday's not set aside for reg- C. G. Coburn has returned from
Church were Mrs. J. P. Parker to her home after a visit with I lengthy sessions of the board ular meetings and to start all I a three? week visit with Mr. and
Mrs. Donald Kepp, Mrs. Earl Max- relatives in Ft. Lauderdale. which have been the order of the sessions-both regular and admin-I Mrs5. Frank Oliver in Boston, Masa

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CIw1VI kl It's longer, lower, wider-with comforts that'll instrument panel that's a conversation piece. In

have many an expensive car wondering why it fact, just about everything's new right down to
I .'" didn't think of them first. More shoulder room, the road. And even that'll seem newer because
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65 Chevelle Malibu\ Super Sport Coupe

1'fII:. .. Here's all that made Cheiclle: America's most V8 power that'll make you think we stole some of

W/ popular new-sized car-plus some new surprises. Corvette's stuff-which we did. All told, five engines

I iIti1Iliii f, Like those cleaner, bolder lines. Like the silky way are available from a quieter six to a V8 that cornea
F its new ride skims over the choppiest roads. Like on 300 horses strong.

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'<55 Chevy U Nova 4-Door Sedan


7 It may be the expcnsive-est ,looking thrift car offers a new range' of engines, including a new
"'ii you've laid eyes on. But thrifty it is. The big 300-hp V8. You could get the i idfta that saving

,. qg1/!!!! ,difference being that Chevy J/.t marvelous mechanyou money was the last thing we had in mind-if
eI." ical efficiency now wears debonair. new look. And it weren't for that price sticker on the window.

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New top-of-the-line Corvair Corsa Sport Coupe
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1"1. How's this for sport with an international flair! there's up to 180 hp available in the new Corsa
....... .r The longer wider design gives all closed models a series, up to 140 hp in the Monza and 500 series.

1"1.. .. hardtop roof, along with more shoulder and Also a flatter riding independent suspension, more
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