The Everglades news

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The Everglades news
Alternate title:
Belle Glade news
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Place of Publication:
Canal Point Palm Beach County Fla
Everglades News Pub. Co.
Creation Date:
December 29, 1961
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Newspapers -- Canal Point (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Belle Glade (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Palm Beach County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
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United States -- Florida -- Palm Beach -- Canal Point
United States -- Florida -- Palm Beach -- Belle Glade
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Began in 1924.
Dates or Sequential Designation:
-v. 44, no. 30 (Sept. 29, 1967).
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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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Rardin's District Nice Fellows & Cooperative,

In StatePalm Pahokee Public Thoroughfares

I Committee Named Members Tell Each Other

Beach County Commissioner ..
Paul Rardin, Canal Point, be- Sheriff Is Asking A year ago, courthouse political
lieves he now represents the larg- By City Council observers took a "tongue in check"

est commission district in Florida. Peel Trial MoneyThe attitude on predicting what reac

A recent alignmentof tions would crop up when two Re-
commission dist The Pahokee City Council has appointed a Public county commission this week publican commissioners joined
r i c t s gave the Thoroughfares Committee of Nine prominent citizens to study
knotted its purse strings for the what had been for years a Demo-
Glades commissioner the proposal of four-laning a highway through the City of time being on a request that it sup- cratic board.

added territoryin Pahokee. A recent tentative survey was made by the State plement the sheriff's department The observers had their answer
that fu-
order Road Department at the request of the City Council and mapsof budget to underwrite expenses of this week and no doubt it will comeas
ture in the
planning the survey have been made available to the Council and the Joe Peel trial. a surprise to many.

western section citizens of Pahokee. It is this survey and other proposed The request came from State At- Republicans E. F. Van Kessel and
could be better
co- t routes for the four-laning that this Committee will study torney Phil O'Connell who pointed Edward Bandlow and DemocratsPaul
ordinated. out that the trials of Joe Peel at Rardin and Lake Lytal ex-
Rardin veteranof thoroughly before reporting back to the City Council at
a Ft. Pierce and Bartow had put a changed some frank opinions in reviewing
some future date. Members of the
17 of serRARDIN highly important com-
years drain on the sheriffs regular bud commission operations: foe
vice the board told other mittee are:
on mem-
the Third Democrat
get. He asked the commission to past year. on
bers Tuesday that his district, make additional funds available. the Board, Ben F. Sundy was on va-
everything rwest .of 20-Mile Bend .Inman W. Weeks, ChairmanSouth The request was turned ovor to cation and absent from the meet
including Lake Okeechobee, has a ( Bay Growers)'
the County Attorney for study, investigation -
population in excess of the popula- and,for a report back ing.Said Commissioner Van Kessel:
tion of than 51 individual I
more Jimmy Moore William PlumerWestern to the board on action to be taken. "I didn't expect the cooperation we
counties in Florida and a land area ( Auto) (Glades Chemical Co.) received and I appreciate the fact
larger than many states in the U. S. I that the commission operates as

In commenting further on the R. B. Simonson Manning I. Keen M. Keens Beautify business men. I feel we are working
vast size of his commissioner'sdistrict
(Farmer) (Standard Oil I together as a business unit and politics -
Commissioner Rardin said: interferred and far
Area Around Office f has not as
I "The new area and the people in it
A. J. Gamot C. E. WilliamsMerchant as I'm concerned, politics never
can expect same indefatigableeffort shall."
excel- ( ) (Everglades Ins. Co.) I I
on my part to render
Have you gentle reader been Commissioner Bandlow: "I wish
lent service that has marked 17
my down to the south end of Lake- to endorse what Commissioner Van
Olaf Boe Dr. E. C. JohnsonBoe's I
years as a county commissionerand Shore drive lately? Here in Canal Kessel has said and to add that the
two years as a State Repre- ( Appliances) (Physician) Point there seems to be a quiet I I I good business ethics practiced by
sentative. The more people and campaign on to beautify certain the commission have been a revela-
land I have the bet- I I
area to serve,
parts of our little town. tion to me. In my association with
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An entire block at the south end I the board, political parties have
-- Board Will Choose of new Lake Shore Drive includesthe never entered our discussions."
Pahokee ObjectedTo Standard Oil distributing center Commissioner Paul Rardin: "It
Charles Sears To
New 1962 ChairmanTh Keen Real Estate Office, park- has been a pleasure to serve with

The RailroadTo ing space for the Keen Real Estate Mr.. Van Kessel and Mr. Bandlow.
End Dental StudyMr. county commission set Jan- operations, the old Macky packinghouse 'I They have been most diligent in

uary 8 as the time for reorganization and the Crown Ice Company. their efforts to acquaint them-
of the board and for transact- the newcomers and those who These particular spots have been selves: with the county's problems."

and Mrs. Charles Sears of ing other annual meeting items are wondering about progress inj I beautified by Mr. and Mrs. Man- Commissioner Lake Lytal: "I appreciate -
Atlanta, Ga., are spending the holidays called for by state statutes. The ning Keen, who operate Keen Real the fine cooperation we
the Everglades, this
with their parents, Mr. and I. commission, customarily picks a particular I Estate office. On Christmas morn- have 'received from these two new
Mrs. H. H. Sears of Canal Point new chairman and vice chairman at item will be of interest to you. More ing, it was a cheerful sight to the commissioners and I know it will

and Mr. and Mrs. Homer Barnes of I the annual meeting, to head the than 35 years ago when the Flor- visitor who saw the beautifully continue"

Pahokee. Their two sons came : board for the coming year. ida East Coast- railroad built its blooming poinsettias, the fire-red I The four members of the board
along and were part of the Christ- I railroad into this immediate area hibiscus plants and other shrubberythat I joined In another action-an ex-
mas scene in Canal Point and Pa- of the Glades farming section, there the Keens had used to dress pression of appreciation to all
Ramie Road
hokee when jolly old St. Nick arrived Bridge was a certain group of folks in Pa- up the spot around their real estate county employes for work accomp-

this time. hokee who objected to the railroad I office and their Standard Oil distributing lished during the past year.
Charles is in his final year at Will Cost $16,000 going through their fair city. So center. .

Emory University in Atlanta, strong was their objection that the The old Mackey packing house I
where he is completing his education -1 I! railroad was routed around the which the Keens are offering for Double Funeral

in dentistry. Since his gradu- The county commission this town of Pahokee and the nearest sale has had a very, very attractive I

ation from Pahokee High Schoolhe week, at the suggestion of Com I it got to that place was Canal refurbishing. Painted corn crates For Ky. RelativesCanal
has completed his stint with missioner Paul Rardin, authorized Point and Pelican Lake siding located were used to fill'the void between,

Uncle Sam in the service and upon the boards engineering depart-I near the light plant. the ground and the three feet of I
graduation from college will be ment to start making plans for Whether that handful of objectors space up to the platform which in Point School Principal.

ready to hang out his shingle for construction of a bridge on Ramie to the coming of the railroad were years gone by was used for unload- W. White and Mrs, White are in

the practice of dentistry. Road which will link an old sectionof honest in their opinion or whether ing Glades-grown vegetables. To Marion, Ky., this week where they

When asked' if he had selected a the road and a new strip now they thought that the two rails of one who hasn't seen this particular were called on account of the deathof

location in which to practice his under construction. steel might mar the beauty of the improvement, it is pleasing to the her sister, Mrs. Anna Pearl

newly earned profession Charles I Rardin told the board that the place, it is unknown.. However, the Paris, and her husband Henry G.
said: "That's a big assignment. I 2.5 miles now being built by funds Florida East Coast railroad offic- eye.If a few more citizens of Canal Paris, in an automobile accident

Choosing a location for your home pooled by the county and Glades ials were quite generous in their Point would take the same initia-}r which happened on Saturday morn-

and a place to raise a family is a land owners, is moving along on designation of the depot which is tive in making their homes and ing of last week. A double funeral
serious proposition. My wife and I schedule. located at Canal Point. On the surroundings a little more attrac- was held in Second Baptist church

have studied several proposed locations The new bridge, over a Pahokee north end of the depot is a sign tive, our little town would be a. in Marion on Tuesday of this week
in the southland but up Drainage District canal is expectedto reading Canal Point. On the south more beautiful spot in which to and burial was in'nearby Maple-
until now we have made no definite cost about $16,000. end of the depot is a sign live. view Cemetery.
decision." ... reading Pahokee. We doubt there ... a. .

.-. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Maxson, and are many railroad depots in Florida Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Harringtonof Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Harringtonand

Mr. and Mrs. Jack Thomas and Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Parker were or in America, for that matter Canal Point had as their recent family were the guests of Mr..
Terri spent Christmas day with :Mr. Christmas Eve guests of Mr. and with a different town designationon overnight guest her sister Mrs.Annie and Mrs. W. P. Jernigan in Clew-
and Mrs. Joe Kelly in Ft. Pierce; Mrs. Brooks Henderson in Pahokee. each end of the structure. Mae Smith of Atlanta, Ga. Iston; Saturday.




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Two The Everglades News, Canal Point, Florida Friday, D<<;emBer 29, 1961


.. the Division achieved its goal of 3 I Mr. Mrs. Cross Hosts
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inspections yearly for each nurs-
Yijl ont
i Christmas DinnerMr.
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< Co-operators in the citrus bud-

_w.-,: byDoyle -,- wood program increased 55 to 23, and Mrs. W. S, Cross of Ca-

1 1Ul C\\ and the Division developed a buffer nal Point were hosts Monday at

L CommisFlorida "':: zone plan to control "spreading I,.their traditional Christmas dinner.
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I Ii decline" in citrus groves, caused by J This year two special events held

the burrowing nematode. first place In their family history
i Deportment of.: Now I'm looking forward to an- their first Christmas dinner in the

II I I other year of progress-in Florida Canal Point home with their first

As we stand at. the threshold of I agriculture and in the Department. great-grandson: Harry Kirk Elar-

___ a New Year, and fields lie dormant A Happy New Year from all'of us bee as guest. Other guests included -
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-. = ...- :'-"I in the northern states Florida agriculture -J to all of you! their son and family, Rev. and

is nearing the peak ot'j I Mrs. Walter P. Cross and family of

The Rardin Building In Canal Point, FloridaTHE production in two important categories Gloria Jean Hall Tampa; their two daughters: Mr.

-citrus and winter vege- and Mrs. R. T. Smith of Canal

LAKE OKEECHOBEE REGION HOME OF tables. Our acreage of many products Has Birthday PartyMrs. Point, their son Johnny Smith of

has been expanded. Our total University of Florida, and Canal

THE EVERGLADES NEWS output for the 1961-62 season appears P. E. Hall of Bryant was Point, the Smith's son-in-law and

to be headed for new highs. hostess Tuesday of this week at her daughter. Mr. and Mrs. Harry

Serving the Lake Okeechbbee Farming Region Without The past year has been one of home with a surprise birthday Brooks Elarbee and young son

Interruption Every Week for More Than 30 Years continuous progress in our .Sunshine party in honor of her daughter, Harry Kirk Elarbee of Pahokee;

Established March II, 1924 Published Every Friday State and it is gratifying to Gloria Jean's twelfth birthday an-,: Mr. and Mrs.' Doyle Branyon of

note how our agriculture has been niversary. Melbourne. Also Mrs.' Cross's sister -
Subscription Price $2.00 Year In AdvanceThe :
sharing in the gains. It is gratifying Guests including her classmate. I Mrs. Nellie Reuter of West

Everglades News Is Entered at the Post OfficeIn also to note the progress we've from the seventh grade in Canal Palm Beach.O'Connell.

Canal Point, Florida, as Second Class Matter made in the Department of Agri- Point School and friends from pa.1 -

culture during the first 12 monthsof hokee. Those attending were: Home Is

Paul Rardin Owner, Editor, Publisher operation as a re-organized and da Ingram, Ronnie Paige Dicky

.. streamlined agency of our State Strayer Joanne Parker Lodus I I Scene For VisitorsMr.

M government. Gray David Hitchcock Sonny

Here Is What Transpired At Monday'sMeeting Every phase of Department ac- Ursry Ricky Holt, Teddy McCall, and Mrs. Frank Sganga and

I tivities carried on in our nine divisions Eldridge Kensaul, Gale Martin, children left Tuesday for their

Of The Palm Beach has been experiencing an Brenda, and Bruce Hall Linda home in New Smyrna Beach following -

increase in the work load to keep Morris, Walter Parker Pat Gandy a visit over the Christmas

County CommissionThe I pace with the changes occuring on and Lewell Hughes. Mrs. Ray Holidays with her parents Mr. and

farm and ranch and in the many Ursry and her house guest Mrs. Mrs. Frank O'Connell in Canal

industries that serve them. Buddy Fender and daughter Dixie Point. The visit included a family

need for additional- office commission: Our inspections and laboratoryI Leen Fender of Tampa. reunion with her sister and family,

space to handle activities of a fast Received a 516.000 check from I analyses in the enforcement of laws The group enjoyed an evening of Mr. and Mrs. Allen Rust and child-

I designed for consumer protection planned Refreshments of ren of McLean Va., house guests of
growing official Palm Beach Coun the Florida Development Commission games.
ty family had members of the i as final payment of matching I have been increased and their coverage birthday cake ice cream and cold her parents. The Rust family left

County Commission studying re- i funds for construction of the Coun-. extended. More laboratory drinks were served by the hostess Thursday after a weeks visit in

modeling plans this week. ty Health Building. I space has been made available in and assisted by Mrs. Cecil Hall of Canal Point.

The board is studying ways to rearrange -I Authorized the sheriff's depart- the Mayo building at Tallahassee, Pahokee and Mrs. Ellis Hall of Mr. and Mrs. Frank O'Connell
mobile laboratories have been add- had as their Christmas dinner
office space in the court ment to lease a boat to the City"of Bryant.
I ed in the field to i I other than their daughters
speed reportson guests
house; remodel buildings at Inter- West Palm Beach for municipal --_. _.--
thousands of samples in various and families, her sister and broth-
national Airport to house the pur- harbor patrol.
chasing department; add more Received a $1,000 check from!| lines of food products inspections, Weeki Wachee Has I I er-in-law Mr. and Mrs.' R. L.
and a sizable amount of new equip- Hawk, Sr.' of Canal Point and
space to the county office building the City of Pahokee as payment on
ment has been placed in service to: Special Attraction their son Mr. and Mrs.' R. L. Hawk,
on DaturaSt. in West Palm Beach water lines the county installed at

and to add a second story to the the Glades Airport at Pahokee. replace outworn and outmoded Jr., and children... .of Pahokee.

Glades Office Building to provide Received an invitation to attenda items. BROOKSVILLE Twilight mer-
court As international tensions mount maid shows in the first annual Mr. and Mrs. Dan Carpenter of
room and office spa.ce.First ground breaking ceremony for
ed in 1961 the Department has "Season of the Lights" will con- Pahokee had as their Christmas
I project slated for action i with tinue Jan. 10 dinner guests thier children Mr.
been co-operating closely na- through according to
the Datura Street building; The ,shine State Parkway to reach cent-
1 tional Civil Defense planning to the management of Weeki Wachee, and Mrs. Vance Denton and family -
commission will receive bids on the ral Florida. I
Jan. protect Florida's food supplies and prominent Florida West Coast of Pahokee; Mr. and Mrs. Milton
work 16. Extended the hours for bars on
in the event of tourist attraction Brooksville. Carpenter and family of Belle
its agriculture a national near
In other actions this week the New* Year's Eve setting a 5 a. m.
emergency. The attraction began its underwater I Glade; and Mr. and Mrs. Dan
closing With Com. Paul Rardin
-- -- -- -- '# "* I adaption of a European tradition Bordenais of South Bend. Ind.
voting "NO!
I Of to our farmers -, celebrating the weeks of
prime importance I
Authorized the
I Classified AdsSPARE county engineerto light and heralding the coming of Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Wilson of Ca-
meet with the State Board of and ranchers is the we their
I Christmas several weeks nal Point accompanied by
Control to review plans for roadsto have made in services to be furn- ago.
The canyon of the spring is illum- son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and
be built for Boca Raton Univer ished by the new Division of
ROOMS for rent If Mrs. Don Adams and little Miss
you eting. As these services develop and inated by powerful underwater
I have one get in touch with this sity.Voted will 'make available lights while Weeki Wachee's mer- Donnia Adams of Alexandria Va.;
expand they
to ask the U. S. Sugar
newspaper and insert a $1 classl- maids ride seahorses, attempt feats' and Mr. Wilson's sister Mrs. Liz-
the first time to Florida
for pro-
ified ad. It will results. All ads Corporation for a plot of groundfor I' Orlando
get ducers periodic, authentic and com- of daring on the high wire and per- zie Munsell of spent
payable in advance. The EvergladesNews park purposes-a plot of less information on which to form other underwater acts. The Christmas day with relatives in
than one acre located adjacent to prehensive
Canal Point, Fla.
shows held at 5:15 Miami.
and are p. m. daily
Conners Highway at Canal Point. base their production planning '
FOR SALE: New and used Willys j marketing decisions. I I
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..Jeeps.Valter Ashley's GarageIn Personnel in this Division is being -
Water Control Is
Belle Glade. Phone 3058. increased planning is being :

Oct. 17-54-ch. Helped By CashTALLAHASSEE done to lay the groundwork for a

l multiplicity of marketing information :
SUGAR BOOM is sure to hit. If
and the time 1963 :
The Southwest bulletins by
you have a spare room or two for 'J
Florida Water Management,. rolls around I expect to see this
rentvhy not place an adUin this
District has received a $14,705 advance Division operating in high gear. I'm :
column and watch results. .J
from the State Cabinet for confident that its work will fill an .
call and $1.00 will get tie job done.
its second quarter operations. important gap that has existed fora
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IS YOUR SUBSCRIPTION'paid- in The budget commission, in voting I long time in the services farmers :

advance? Well dbn't i& going approval of the request for opera- need to help them operate on a'

off on any trips until yoU! send us tions from January through profitable basis.
our $2.00. The hunting season is at March noted the operations for the r fOur

hand. It will take only the price of first period fell below anticipation, Division of Animal Industry 9Home

a half box of shells to pay. yquf giving the district a carryover _of formerly the Florida Livestock
subscription. Send.alopgtFiat'necktoday nearly $6,000 for this second per- Board; has had a very active year '

to The EV rgt&dM News. first in completing eradication of

Box AA. Canal Point." FA. Secretary of State Tom Adams the cattle fever tick which appeared -

reported the district board mem- in the state again in 1960, and

ROOMS ARE NEEDFJ Almost bers want to meet with the cabinet second in successfully preventing'a

daily. It you advertls4' irf .this to go over long-range plans and I threatened invasion of screw-

classified column {piks__wjli know aims of the district. worms late this year from our Financing Our SpecialtyYOU
where to-find that spare: IXM&L Alfred A. McKethan chairman neighboring states of Alabama and

Send $1:00 and copy for:ydiiri a&tb: I of the district also submitted a re-< Georgia. Both of these programswere

The Everglades News, C nal- Point port on the work accomplished to, joint State-Federal projects. CAN O\VN'TIL"-T HOME YOU'VE DREAMED OF,

Fla. Randolph Hodges State Board of Now the Division is about to en-
I I NOW! Don't deny yourself and your family the Joys of home
Conservation director. McKethan gage in a statewide program of hog
LAND FOR RENT in,warm zone stated he anticipates appointmentand cholera eradication. This, too will ownership any longer see us about a home financing planto
near the lake. Phone Hub Spooner -I I of water basin with the
organization be a co-operative project fit your needs and budget!
Pahokee 7128 tf. boards during the coming quarterto U. S. Department of Agriculture

FOB SALE: Maytag. Gas. Range. ] further the work of the district and Florida is leading the way in a
{ .
I national eradication effort.In
four large burners, 'large, ,oven,I
the meantime state meat inspection 'EARN 4 %
and broiler, 2 storage'' compartments Sanders Children LET YOUR SAVINGS %
has been extended to include ,
time clock. Regular $298.
Home For ChristmasMr. about 180 establishmentsThis
used, very little. Looks pew" Less
record number results from
than half price Phone 7609 in Pa- and Mrs. R. W. Sanders of the reorganization law which elim-

hokee. East Alain Street, Pahokee, had as inated .the fee previously chargedfor Everglades FederalSAVINGS

FOR SALE: Used Trucks .and their Christmas Dinner guests their inspection service.
t PaboI three children and their- families t fIn *
Buses. Phone 611 in ee.
Dec. 22ch Mr. and Mrs. James S. ,Wilson and the Division of Plant Industry & LOAN ASSOCIATIONSAVINGS

three children Gene, Jimmy and formerly the Florida Plant
HOMES FOR sAL zNo.- New" Jan of' Fi. Lauderdale ; Mrs. Sybil "Board, an all-time high of 5,513 AND LOAN INSURANCE CORPORATION

+t Homes Open and:For iw Sunday Keys and her two'children Andrea nurseries were inspected involving

,C D c. 31. 1001. Greenstif, Av*., and Drew, of Miami; and :Mr. and 12,196 acres for an acreage increase 49 s. W. AVE. "0BELLE GLADE PHONE WY -2X7 Jft

Pahokee, Fla., Henry"and: ;Jtfri Mrs. R. M. (Mike) Sanders and son of 25 per cent over the previous -

.Merkel Construction Co. I Michael of Pahokee. I year. For the first time too I It I I It i I t U I I II M I H-I'' II Mil I I H-l-H''I -M i I H.U J I Hi 1 IHPage .



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4' Q:.How does the new 3%% Interest rate benefit me? check every six months for the life of the Bond. *:*
4 A: With Series E Bonds, the rate turns $18.75 into You buy E Bonds at 75% of face value and the .:t
'*10 $25.00 fourteen months faster than the old rate. interest accumulates to maturity. H Bonds provide .f
Your savings increase faster because your Bonds income for? living expenses, while E Bonds build a ;:
mature in just 7 years, 9 months. nest egg for, the future. That's why many ,retired 4
4 With Series H Bonds, the maturity period people H Bonds and families saving for, say, a 4;'
4' stays the same but more interest is paid you each child's: education, buy E Bonds. 4-*>
.$. months.With both E and H Bonds the new.rate Q:In what denominations can I buy series E and series 4
4 works out to.234%for.the first year and a half; then H,Bonds? ..
4 > a guaranteed 4% each year to maturity. A: E Bonds: $25 (cost$18.75), $50 (cost $37.50)), $100 .t:.
Q:When did the new rate become effective? (cost $75.00), $200 (cost- $150.00)), $500 .:
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Q:yothe new rate change the Bonds I bought be $10,000 (cost$7,500.00). '*#.
} fore June 1,1959? H Bonds $500, $1,000, $5000 and $10,000. They 4'
are;priced at face value.
..... .ArAU older E and H Bonds pay more now-an extra 4.
*% :from now on,when held to maturity. The increase Q:How'safe are U.S. Savings-Bonds? I 4
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Lt. and Mrs. Eddie E. Stanleyand Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Seckinger\ Bill Abbott Again

two daughters Cheryl and and daughter Kay returned to
I I Kathy of New Iberia La., arrivedin their home in Glennville, Ga., Wednesday Tampa Fair PublicistTAMPA
Canal Point last Thursday night after being the guests of

for a weeks visit with her par- Mr. and Mrs Paul Rardin duringthe -J. C. Huskisson man-
--- --------- --------- ents, Mr. and Mrs. G. T. Echols and Christmas holidays.Mr. ager of the Florida State Fair has
111 ry.1 and Mrs Gene Bowen and I I Christmas weekend with his wife sister Terri, and a visit with his I and Mrs. Bill Kepp and
children of Tampa left Tuesday! and family in Ft. Lauderdale. mother Mrs. Dorothy Stanley, Pa.' family of Naples were the over-I announced appointment for the .
:.or their home following a ChristI I Christmas day they were hosts ata hokee. I night guests of Mr. and Mrs. Don second consecutive year of Bill Abbott -

-inas weekend visit with his aunt{t family re-union dinner guests Mr. and Mrs. Edwin De Leon and' ald B. Kepp of Canal Point. Tampa newspaperman, as in-
.:nd uncle Mr. and Mrs. J. H.I included members of both their little Miss Milinda De Leon of Mr. and Mrs. Tommie Griffith formation director of the 1962 Florida -

;Jtrayer and family in Canal Point. II families. Lousvilte, Ky., are the house guests have returned to their home in State Fair, Feb. 617.
Mrs. C. R. Wetherington Sr., of Christmas guests at the home of of her parents,, Mr. and Mrs. O. H. Winter Haven after visiting Mr. Abbott was for 23 years a mem-
"."1. Lauderdale was the house guest the Ron Kahles in Canal Point I Sheppard and sister Hazel of Canal and Mrs.'M. D. Geiger.BIRTHS. ber of the news staff of The Tampa
List week through Christmas day of I were their three daughters, Misses: Point. I Tribune. He was in military service

her son and daughter-in-law, Mr. Dorhea Kahle of Lansing, Mich., Mr. and Mrs. Joe Brown of Pa- I during the two World Wars, and
and Mrs. C. R. Wetherington Jr.,I Virginia and Ruth Kahle of Wash- hokee had as their Christmas Holi- for the last 10 years was an officer

::nd family of Pahokee. Other ington, D. C. Also an aunt Mrs.. day guests their daughters, Miss I. in the Air Force from which he
Christmas dinner guests includedhis Erieth Blanchard and a'friend, Mrs. Jean Brown and a friend, Dale Mr. and Mrs. James Deal of was retired.

brother-in-law and sister, Mr. Mason of Camden, N. J. Perry both students at Universityof Statesboro Georgia announce the Agriculture, always the corner-
and Mrs. Edwin Dannelly also of Mr. and Mrs. Francis Cross, Sr., Florida, Gainesville, also Miss arrival of a daughter weighing stone of the Florida State Fair, will

rt. Lauderdale. Mrs. Wetherington, I of Canal Point were Christmas Joyce Brown, student Central Flor- 7 lbs. 13 oz. on December 22. Mrs. be emphasized at the 1962 exposition -
Sr., accompanied them home Monday dinner guests of their son and ida Junior College, Ocala. Deal is"the former Miss Mary Ellen again. More than 13 Florida

evening.Mr. I daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Brooks Henderson I: Sims, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. counties, representing every sec-
and Mrs. H. G. Boynton of Francis W. Cross, Jr., and family of Pahokee have made plans to Bennie Sims, Sr., of Pahokee.CILASSIFIED tion of the state, will display individual -
Point had their recent in Belle Glade. Other guests included -
as exhibits of fruit and veg-
spend the New Year's weekend with ....4. _
guests Wardlow Lockwood of Vero Mrs. Lucille Miller and her in etables, in addition to statewide
Mr. and Mrs. J. Q.
Baach and Grady's brother, Seaton uncle George Halp of West Palm Tampa.Mr. ADS shows of livestock, poultry and
toynton of Bartow.Mr. Beach. PAY BIG DIVIDENDS honey.
and Mrs. D. L. Hooks haveas
and Mrs. R. J. Schroder of Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Padgett and
their house guests their son and
lahokee spent the Christmas Eve son, Jim, of Gainesville were the
Mr. and Mrs,
: fight and Christmas day with their out of town dinner guests Christ-
m and daughter-in-law, Mr. and mas day at the home of his parents, Stanley Hooks and children of About
Dectaur Ga. They were joined on Thinking Building?
Bobby Schroder and family in Mayor and Mrs. Duncan Padgett in
I Christmas Day by Mr. and Mrs.
I .uitana. Pahokee. Other guests included her
I Bob Harris and three sons of West
Mrs. Helen Schroder of Pahokeei mother, Mrs. Rhoda Shives, her I
: visiting 'her son-in-law and sister and family Mr. and 1.Irs.1 Palm Beach. For Free Estimates Call -
daughter: Dr. and Mrs. Ralph E. Ralph Grimes and children, Becky Mr. and Mrs. Jordan Walker and! ,

I'.lgram and family in Harrisburg Gregg. Cliff and Larry all of Paho- children, Lanier, Dorman and
P'\. Before she returns home she kee. Bob Cote and Ron Ter Hear Stuart of Montgomery, Ala., are WILEY TILLISGeneral
rlons: to visit her other soninlawand I of Pahokee who make their home spending the Christmas Holidays in
daughter Mr. and Mrs. Oscar with the Padgetts, also Mr. and I Canal Point with her parents, Mr.
Scnn and family in King of Prussia, Mrs. A. H. Scruggs of Canal Point. and Mrs. C. L. Stuart. Building ContractorBox

Pa. Here she will be met by herO Wallace Mole, son of Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. James H. Begford,
54 PAHOKEE Ph. 7127
.::1er sonjin-law and daughter the Mrs. W. G. Mole of Pahokee re- Jr., of Yazoo City, Miss., are the ,
P. A. Smith and families. After- turned to Pahokee Tuesday after house guests of her parents, Mr.
rds she wants to visit her sister spending the Christmas holidays In and Mrs. W. L. Anderson in Canal I
.1.--s. Edieth McWilliams in Phila- Tampa as guest of Miss Nancy Point. I t++ t -: t I : I t t t...H-4ii1"l"H"t"H-H: I I I : "M 1 r 1 t I Hill I I H !

Mr. and Mrs. Roland Todd, Jr., Phelan accompanied him to Paho-I Canal Point spent Christmas eve:THEATRESPRINCE
A family also Mr. and Mrs. Weld kee and are the house guests of his and day in Ft. Myers with their

i Cardin arrived here Tuesdayf parents through the New Year, son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and.
,m Ft. Lee Va., and are the when they will return to their stud- Mrs. Wattenbarger and family.Mr. LAKE DRIVE-IN

guests during the holidays of their ies at Florida Christian College in and Mrs. James Latham
Pahokee Pahokee-Belle Glade Road
i 'atives. Both Roland and Weldonai Tampa.Mr. and daughter of Cocoa Beach, and
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serving in the National Guard and Mrs. J. H. Miller spent Pvt. Homer Latham of Ft. Ben- -
U'.-its stationed in Ft. Lee, Va. the holiday weekend in Miami with I ning, Ga., are spending this week' 2 BIG FEATURES-

Mel Paul owner and operator of Dr. and Mrs. Lou Lombard and with their parents, Mr. and...Mrs. SUNDAY -llONDAYTUESDA'I
the Canal Point Pharmacy spent girls.CONCRETE J. D. Latham in Canal Point and SUNDAY-MONDAY-TUESDAY DECEMBER: 31JAN.. 1-2

I with Mrs. Latham's parents, Mr.'I DECEMBER JAN.12 "THE WORLD OF
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and Mrs. E. B. Gamble of Pahokee. I .
I Miss Samilee Lanham of Miami "POLLYANNA" SUZIEWONG"IIEN
: arrived in Canal Point last Friday I II
and visited with her parents until JANE WYMAN, RICIIARD NANCY KWAN
Wednesday of this week. -ALSO-
lp P Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Harrington
"Four Fast Guns"Yours
Point had
TERM and family of Canal as

WptK ANp their Christmas dinner guests Mr. KIt 1 tit I 1 1 1 : -H-'...: : I I I I I : 1 : 1 :.oJ I : 1 : ., : 't 1 : 1 I I 1 I I I"I
s and Mrs. Brooks Henderson of Pa-

hokee and Gaulden Harrington of ....._ i"!.
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Canal Point. I

% Mr. and Mrs. George Ramey and I for Faster Service
..ti; their son, David, were Christmas
... guests of their son-in-law and

.:.. daughter, Mr. and Mrs. H. Graham New dark-Florida
Miller. III, in Rockledge.Joe .
Parker has returned to his
duties in the U. S. Navy in Nor- Thru Express Route

v,_'. ._ folk,,Virginia after being the guestof -
his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. P.

Parker.Mr. : L '-
and Ms. Lynn Jones and
MASONRY family of Griffin Ga., were the Y I If1TM1
guests of Mrs. C. B. Jones several
days this past week.
Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Bordeauxwere
the guests of relatives in Ft.
1 .TATTlNML/nf .Iti.I/N 'I7 1lMK 7Pa >
Lauderdale for the Christmas

I weekend.Lt. and Mrs. Eddie Stanley and a

INEXPENSIVE daughters of Lake Charles, La., are ..
theguests of their parents, Mr. and r-' t:1=

1Ir5.Grady.: Echols and Mrs. Ralph
PERMANEN1 Stanley of Pahokee.
Mrs. W. O. Strickland of Glenn-

yule Ga., is the guest of Mr. and +
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i. Mrs. Paul Rardin for several .._.....,.,,_. <..yd'z.v' : < :;.;<............HtakeTRAILWAYS.

Easy tolay, long lasting, and attractive concrete Charles Stewart of Savannah,
masonry blocks are the ideal material for building Ga., was the guest of his parents
steps, terraces, and patios especially for the "DO- Rev. and Mrs. Charles D. Stewartof
IT-YOURSELF" fair of today. Concrete blocks are Canal Point for the holiday

inexpensive, easy to maintain and add beauty and weekend. Rev. and Mrs. Stewart easiest travel on earthFastest
value to your home. For quality block precision returned with Charles for a visit of

made on Stearns equipment. see us today several days and will return to Ca- bus service between New York and Miami,
nal Point Saturday.Mrs. serving central Florida points and Jacksonville. New
C D IT TODAY-THE CONCRETE MASONRY WAY Bennie Sims, Sr., is visitingher restroom-equipped bus fleet.
daughter and son-in-law, Mr.

and Mrs. James Deal and new I From Canal Point to: 1-way From Canal Point to: 1wayNEW

daughter, Nancy Ellen in States- YORK $36.90 JACKSONVILLE. $ 7.70
boro, Ga. I The only Thru service 4 Thru trips daily
Mr. and Mrs. Doyle Branyon have
returned to their home in Mel-I WASHINGTON $33.20 ORLANDO $ 3.75 .
The only Thru service 4 Thru trips daily .
bourne after being Christmas holi-
(plus tax) (plus tax) .
day guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. S. '
Cross of Canal Point. For Information Please Call 10,

Christmas holidays with Mrs. Stan-
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J I mination to defend its freedom, emerged as the

emblem of the U. S. Savings Bonds Program.
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: ;: 4.---: '4 __ -- 1 I_villages teaching in their synagogues --by .the power of Spirit, as Jesus

; -, and- ,preaching-- the_ gospel of destroyed them. This is an element
,I the kindom, and healing every of progress, and progress is the
sickness and every disease among law of God, whose law demands of
the people us only what we can certainly ful
I A correlative passage to be read fill" (p. 233)).
1 from "Science and Health with .1:o.
Key to the Scriptures" by :Mary, Mrs. Ida Larrimore of Pahokeo
Baker Eddy states: "Every day is spending several weeks in Talla-
makes its demands upon us for hassee with her son and daughter-
higher proofs rather than professions in-law Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Larn
of Christian power. These more and family. While in Tallahassee -
First Methodist Canal Point The Methodist Church I proofs consist solely in the destruction she has made plans to have
of sin, sicknessand death eye surgery.
Church, PahokeeRev. Baptist ChurchRev. Canal Point, Florida

T, C. O'Steen
Charles D. Stewart, Pastor Robert A. Shelley, Pastor
9:45 a. m.-church School SUNDAY: SUNDAY: iJ
9:45 a. m.-Sunday School 10:00 a..m.-Church School
11:00 6:45 p.a. m.-MYF m.-Morning Worship. 11:00 a. m.-Morning Worship II 11:00 a. m.-Morning Worship Monday Cattle Sales

7:45 p. m.-Evening Worship 6i30 p. m.-Training Union. 6:30 p. m.-Youth Fellowship .
TUESDAY: 7,30 p. m.-Evening Worship 7:80 p. m.-Evening Worship
7:00 p. m.-Vesper Choir prac- 7:30 I MONDAY: Are regularly held at the Glades Livestock Market
I p. m.Prayer Meeting. 3 as p. m.-Youth Choir practice a
ticeWEDNESDAY: I I .... TUESDAY: _which is owned and operated by more than 120

7:45 p. m.-Mid-week devotions i Church Of God I I 8:00 p. .-Woman's Society Florida Cattlemen.You'll .
8:30 p. m.-Senior Choir prac- Tuesday2nd
tice.Canal Barfield HighwayPahokee! MONDAY: enjoy the excellent service you receive here
.. 7:80 p. m.-Esther Class meeting iJ at this Market.We make an effort at all times to give

Point First Fla.J. WEDNESDAY 7:30 p. m.-Prayer: Meeting I J an outstanding service to buyer and seller. Give us

Baptist ChurchElder W. Hughes, :Minister .-. IiJ a trial.
Phone 3736
SUNDAY; Christian Science I I iJ +-t :.-KKIIiJ -+

R.E.Barfield 9:45 a. m.--Sunday School Point
SUNDAY: 11:00 a. m.-Morning Worship Group OffCanal I I SALES EVERY MONDAY AT 1 p. m.Glades .
10:00 a. m.-Sunday School
11:00 a. m. Morning Worship 7:30 p.viceTUESDAY m. -Evangelistic Ser- Freedom from sin, sickness, and iJ
7:00 p. m.-B. T. C. limitation is available to all

8:00 p. m.-Evening Worship 7:30 p. : .-Prayer Service through the power of Spirit, God. Livestock Market
This is the
WEDNDESDAY: encouraging messageto
7:30 p. m.Midweek Prayer be emphasized at Christian ASSOCIATIONOn
7:30 p. m. Youth for ChristI
Science services
Service, Sunday.
Service. Pahokee-Belle Glade Road '
2nd I I Bible in the Lesson-
and 4th TUESDAYS: .. readings ci
7:30 p. .-Ladies Auxiliary I Sermon entitled "Christian Sci- iiJ Phone WY 6-3028; George Young, Manager
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Meeting. CLASSIFIED AD; ence" will include (Matt. 9): "And
-. 1_ PAY BIG DIVIDENDS I Jesus went about all the cities and [4l !

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Guthrie. Colvard, Minister I
Sunday School 9:45 a. m.
Morning Worship 11:00 a. m.
Training Union-6:30 p. m.
B Christmas Gift Problems?
Evening Wednesday Worship Prayer- 7:50 p. m.

Service 7:30 p. m. ,
A warm welcome to an.
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Of Prophecy, PahokeeCanal f ,.i'I. -

Point Road -

John H. Kinard, pastor I .
10:00 a. m.-Sunday School I I 1 .
11:00 a. m.-Preaching Service
7:45 p. m.-Evangelistic Service I
8:00 p. m. Tuesday-V. L. B. I
8:00 p. m. ThurSday-W. M. B. I I
Everyone welcome. Special muaio I
and singing. I HALF A
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St. Peter's Lutheran s BUSHELS i GIFT BASKET

Church, Belle Glade :

August Koerber, Pastor c .: OF TREE .
601 W. Lake Rd., Belle Glade_ *
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Divine Services 11 A. M. : I
School 9:45 A..M. = RIPENED

St Mary's Catholic BUSHELS FRUIT
ChurchFather I

Francis Fennech Pastor '
Sunday Mass 11:30 a. m. : n- TO THE
Confessions before Mass. I

,Holy Nativity ,*, : ." ;. FOLKS

Episcopal Church I '
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Pahokee :, BACK HOME
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Rev. L. Lossing. Vicar

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The NazareneRev. -
Max D. Jones, Pastor FROM

433 Bacom Point Rd. j
Phone 7528 P. O. Box 882
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11:00 a. ni.-Sunday Worship. Maya a GrovesPORT
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7:90 p. m.-a.ndweek Prayer
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Belle Glade Jan. 5 ,

WINTER HAVEN-Acording to

.... .' Information received by L. H
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ers' Markets, Winter Haven, The 1 t ,
Glades Livestock Market, Belle s'f Y

n Glade, is having a BULL SALE at

: 1:00 p. m. Friday January 5, 1962
They are offering 88 buHs. For fur.

J ther information on this sale, con

; tact Scott L. French, Sales man
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ager, Florida Angus Association, y:
k.. ryf Loxahatchee.The e

1ei Knollwood Angus Ranch,
Inc. is offering top value in price

sa'tv and quality in a select group of 100
head of Registered Angus Brood

cows. These cows have a calf at

side or are heavy in calf, were born M1 C .
and raised in Florida, and all are I

proven breeders and good milkers.

These animals can be seen at No.
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"'!'" 2 ranch located on Route 98 about

fr JJ 8 miles north of Okeechobee.
I James Fowler who lives in Okee-

chobee would be glad to give you

cows.general information about these

The past week 14 markets reported -

the sale of 3,423 head of
cattle and calves, 3,300 hogs and
pigs, 1 horse, 64 ponies, and 4 Germany, will see Florida celery on display at the first Trade
goats. Ten markets reported gross Fair to be sponsored in Europe by the U. S. Dept. of Agri

}M: of culture. Examining the initial shipment being loaded at Or
.... .. I receipts $202,178.75.The ,
previous week, 15 markets I II lando's municipal airport are, left to right, George M. Talbott,

I sold 6,776 head of cattle and calves, manager of the Florida Fresh Produce Exchange; Marvin A.
Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Chastain, University at DeLand where she is i
4,823 hogs and pigs, and 9 goats. Pfaender, of the Exchange's promotion department, and Louis
formerly of Canal Point but now an officer in Zeta Tau Sorority.Mr. .
Eleven markets reported gross receipts F. Shadoin, Cargo Sales Representative of National
of Thomasville, Ga., announce the Ulmer was graduated from
of $457,858.69. Florida celery shipments to England for the past several years
engagement of their daughter Miss Clearwater High School in Pinellas
Belle Glade, Glades Livestock have gained increasing acceptance and the Trade Fairs are
:Mary Suzanne Chastain, to Ray county on Florida's west coast. He
Auction Market December 18 445 markets.
being sponsored to develop potential European
-Eugene Ulmer, Jr., of Clearwater, attended St. Petersburg Junior
cattle and calves.
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Florida. He is the son of Judge and College, Stetson University at De- -.. wwwwu
Mrs. R. E. Ulmer of Clearwater.The Land and was an officer in Pi Kap- SURGERY POSTPONED CHUISTMAS PARTY
wedding will take place at the pa Alpha fraternity. He is attend- Word has been received here Employes and officials of the
First Baptist Church in Thomas- ing Stetson College of Law at St. this week that Mrs. Ida Larrimorewill City of Pahokee held their annual
The death of pioneer George F.
ville in early June. Petersburg where he is a memberof be home this weekend. She Christmas party and barbecue din-
Bensel on December 23, was mem-
Miss Chastain was born in Ca- Delta Theta Phi Legal fratern- went to stay a month in Tallahassee ner on the City Hall lawn Thurs-
nal Point, attended schools here orialized this week in a resolution at which time she would under day. Police Chief Leon Guthrie was

and was graduated from Pahokee ity.Miss 'Chastain is the grand adopted by the County Commis go eye surgery, but after an exami- in charge of arrangements. The

High School following three yearsof daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Bor- sion. Bensel, who was described as nation, surgery has been postponeduntil I wives and husbands of the em-
attendance at Rosarian Acade- deaux of Canal Point, her mother an outstanding pioneer citizen of a later date. ployes were guests.
my inVest Palm Beach. Miss having been Miss Mary Bordeaux, this county, is one of the early set- I --

Chastain is a student at Stetson daughter of the local couple.Outgoing tlers in the area. The resolution Mrs. Ida Butler is convalescing, Miss Betty Echols of Canal Pointis
.. wwwuwuww noted that in many ways he had at her home in Canal Point, this spending the Christmas Holidaysin
contributed to the development of week. She is able to be up for an Atlanta, as guest of her former
Tire AccidentResults Mail To this county. I hour or two each day. room mate, Mrs. Jerry Pierce.

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In HurtsA Beginning Saturday, December
30, 1961 there will be a change in

rather unusual accident put the dispatch of outgoing mail in ...-.....4
W. R. (Bill) Cohick in the hospital the Canal Point Post Office. The
when a tire blew off a rim and outgoing mail will leave Canal '

smashed into his face, resulting in Point on Sundays at 1:20 P. M. and SALUTES YOUR BANK':

very serious injuries. He was rush- on holidays at 5:20 P. M. Hereto- .

ed to the Pahokee hospital where fore the Sunday and holiday mail
doctors decided he should be take left Canal Point at 11:30 a. m. and

to West Palm Beach. He operates a I this was the only dispatch of the

service station in Canal Point. day.The One of the 14,000 selling}
Cohick had a wheel with mounted -I incoming mail will be in the

tire on his tire-changing ma- boxes by 1:00 p. m. on Sundays and

chine, and was injecting air into holidays. "Shares in America"'
the tire when it blew off the rim -Edythe SmithPostmaster
with terrific force and slammed
into his face. -- ..
The blow smashed his nose, ser-I tforethan ,OOObanks from C089C'to
iously injured his left eye and bad- Methodist Choir
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ly bruised the entire left side of his Members Feted coast each day perform an outstanding -

face. He was taken to the Ever- service for their customers -

glades Memorial Hospital for emer-
The. members of the choir ofsthe their community, and the na-
gency treatment, then transferredto
First Methodist Church of Paho
St. Mary's Hospital, West Palm tion by selling Shares-In-Araeriea- .
kee, were entertained Wednesday
Beach, for surgery. evening, following choir practice by U.S. Savings Bonds.

Mrs. R. W. Sanders at her home
Every family benefits, every com- + ,
East Main Street with Mrs. Dun- r 1
4-H Clubbers Have "
munity because
can Padgett.ascohostess.The profits of bank-

. Christmas PartyOn guests included the membersand fog's leadership in promoting this '

their director, Mrs. Lester
all-American thrift .
Today }'
\ December 20, the Hatton and :Mrs. M. M. Nicely, program.

Junior 4-H'ers of Palm Beach former director, who with her fam- 40 million Americans own

County (ten and eleven year old 4-H J I ily are moving from Pahokee to more than $42 billion worth of
Gainesville. Mrs. Nicely was given
boys and girls) 'held their Annual U.S. Savings Bonds.
recognition at this time for the ,
Christmas Party at the Mounts
Agricultural Center on Military fine work she did in directing this Today Bonds are better than ever.' > Chances are-your;banker- ..
during her time director.
Trail. One hundred sixty 4-H members group Every Bond bought since June I** aged you to boy your first Savings .
leaders and attend- .
f fL THE IIOSPITAL 1959, now pays 3%% at maturity. Bonds. The next time yog ifait

ed.The Junior leaders, who are girls Patients remaining in the Ever- Even your elder Bonds will earn: your bank take time to thank ifaa

and boys 14 years old and older, glades Memorial Hospital through an extra *% from June 1 to
for his good advice >cad bey am >
planned and led the games and Wednesday, Dec. 27. Oliver Hat- 5
singing. These older boys and girls field, Reppard Cowart James maturity. extra Bond while you .s lfL#I
.. .
are helping; younger gird In this, George, and 2U.J. Sapp all ol Yako- .J

community with their 4-H projects. kee; Mrs. Irene Arthur, and Morgan '

They also plan and help ;younger i Tyson, Sr.. Belle Glade; and '- ,
4-H members at county events suchas I Roy Segree of South Bay When you buy U. S. Savings Bond
the Christmas party. i a. -- ,(
The Junior leaders registered Visiting their parents during I -- '

those attending the affair and in Christmas over the holidays are you save more than money }
general kept things moving so that Mrs. G. H. Meadows and children \ ,
all had a good time! Nathan Merri Gay and Kathy of
A Christmas tree was made'I Lebanon, Mo7 and her'sister' Miss fte IfL Coerwwat ion
I '' M for'>" dtar iioW'
available by the Cancer Society I Dianne Whiteside of Brevard Col- ..fte D .t.Ior.. ... :'
:Lost Chord group. lege, Brevard N. C. "- ..'" mltf"-f c..c ...

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