The Everglades news
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 Material Information
Title: The Everglades news
Alternate title: Belle Glade news
Alternate Title: News
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Everglades News Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Canal Point Palm Beach County Fla
Creation Date: August 10, 1962
Publication Date: -1967
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Canal Point (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Belle Glade (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Palm Beach County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Palm Beach -- Canal Point
United States -- Florida -- Palm Beach -- Belle Glade
Coordinates: 26.861944 x -80.630556 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1924.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 44, no. 30 (Sept. 29, 1967).
General Note: Editor: Howard Sharp, <1924-1928>.
General Note: Publisher: Louis S. Goolsby, <1929>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 37 (Nov. 21, 1924).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 001981538
oclc - 32615395
notis - AKF8469
lccn - sn 95026042
System ID: UF00079910:00137
 Related Items
Succeeded by: Glades observer
Succeeded by: Everglades observer

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Gas Tax Refund ai o Play Four I I

, Forms AvailableFarmers Week 1963 !t

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who are interested in \K .S LAKE WALES-The 1963 sea- !

filing for refund for the Federal of the Black Hills Passion Play

Gasoline Tax on gasoline used on the Lake Wales Amphitheatre

the farm may ,obtain application call for four performances

forms and instructions on how to r 3 Fa week.
fill them out from the County aARTIST'S Evening performances will be I

Agricultural Agent's Office, Glades Tuesday, Thursday and Satur- .
Office Building, Belle Glade, or There will also be a Sunday
from the County Agricultural performance each week

Agent's Office, Mounts Building, the season stretching
West Palm Beach. t I Feb. 10 to the following East-

These forms must be filed before Sunday.
September 30th for the gasoline I Fred E. Orr, resident manager of
used between July 1, 1961 and Amphitheatre, said the Josef
June 30, 1962. Refunds may be Company will go on tour
claimed by the farm owner, operator I Keeping step with progress in I President Rupert Mock, Vice President -I I The local bank has the fall as soon as its current sum-
or tenant depending on who the Lake Okeechobee Region, Bankof Julius Moon and Assistant tion of being the "Oldest season in the Black Hills of
actually bore the cost of the Vice President Martha McIntosh. Dakota ends early in Sep-
gaso- Pahokee officals have announced I I Palm Beach County, and
line. Growers who hire custom Mrs. McIntosh's office will serveas The tour of midwest states
a plan to enlarge and remodelthe thriving business from
a reception center where she continue until mid-December.
work may claim a refund for gaso-
popular financial institution.The will direct that operation as wellas western section of the .
line used on his farm by a custom I I I
operator.This former Cross Hotel, next handle public relations for the Always conservative in Airlines

is not to be confused with door, will be utilized in the remod- bank. crations, the bank and its
the claim for the State Tax Refund eling plan.Taking A directors' room will be among continue along that same New, Jets
rt ft.. on gasoline used on the farm, as in the former hotel will the new conveniences when workis goes into.its 41st year of -
" Federal Tax Refunds must be'filed give a great "deal' 'ofL additional completed. A- ladies lounge and the area. The bank: / 71HA1H-Delta Air Lines has
annually before the 30th of Sep- "space.'The floor space will be add- kitchenette will also be among the the direction of President delivery of four addition-
tember, whereas, the State Tax ed to the banking facilities and the modern additions, it was pointedout. I I Mock, Vice President Convair 880 jets, valued at $17
Refunds are filed at the end of upstairs of that building will be A night depository will be Assistant Vice President With its Convair 880 fleet
each calendar year. The amount of used for storage space, officials added as another convenience for I McIntosh, Cashier Gene to 16, representing an
Federal Tax is $.04 for each gallonof said., patrons of the institution.The and Assistant :- in excess of $70 mill
gasoline used. State Gasoline In the present lobby plans call parking lot at the rear of On the board of directors Delta now has accepted all of
Tax Refund applications are also for remodeling with new fixtures I the bank will be enlarged and a McIntosh, Mr. Mock, Mr. 615-MPH jetliners on order.
available through the County Ag- and three additional tellers cages, cordial invitation extended to pa- Mr. Mcllwain. WPB The "Aristrocat of the Jets," the
ricultural Agent's Office. complete new set' of offices for I( trons of the bank to use it. Ernest and Lewis Friend. Scooter," as the 880 some-

___________________n_____________________________'__________________________________________ is known, has repeatedly
In Florida to its laurels. It presently
Savings nine official records, plus
Needs For A Joint 8)P
Pass 4 Billion Mark unofficial marks.In .

May of this year Delta con-
ORLANDO-Total, assets of the its Caribbean service to an

119 savings and loan associationsin Are Pointed Out HereA jet operation, employing Con-
Florida passed the $4 billion 880's from Los Angeles, San
. mark for the first time during i and Dallas to New Or
June. San Juan Puerto Rico; Mon-
Citing the growth of the savingsand preliminary report just released the past the hospital has been very would be extremely Bay, Jamaica; and Caracas

loan business in Florida, Will- by Tracy Hare, hospital poorly operated but in the last two would probably create ..
iam D. Hussey, executive vice pres- consultant and Irani and Asso- years service and apppearance has damage to partitions. The -
ident of the Florida Savings and ciates, architects and engineers, greatly improved. not designed for this type Minerals
- Loan League stated that in 1950 to the Combined Public Hospital "Pahokee Everglades Memorial struction and all or some of
Z-J t' :.Florida: had 56 associations with: Board of the Northwestern and Hospital is a 45-bed institution ing would have to be ortb $180 MillionJACKSONVILLEThe
":: ." total assets of just over $378 mill;: I Southwestern Palm Beach Public built; in 1949 of acceptable,fire resistant replaced with some form
; I'? :- ion.. Hospital Boards, underlines the construction but inadequate dation. Florrida
. w :." I r", -'.. critical need for new hospital fa- ', ,in design and size.. Unfor- "Plumbing would have Chamber of Commerce says
;: cilities in the Belle GladePahokee tunately all the dimensions are brought up to date with value of minerals in the Sun-
area and recommends improve- skimpy and the auxiliary facilities and removal a large State reached a record $185
Newspaper Force ments. substandard in size and capacity. the present system. The last year. This was a four:
On Vacation ForMuchNeeded Citing the area's need for .th U was surveyed in 1960 and de- system now 21 years of cent gain over the previous
' best possible hospital care for the clared unsuitable because of insufficient have to be repaired and all .
t .Rest- areas involved within the limitations space and facilities.. The ive parts replaced. More limestone is mined in Flor-
! of 'economic and: 'human- resources Hospital has seen rapid turnover ;n in the building are than any other mineral. Phos-
f The Everglades News office is ," Hare has analyzed: con- administration-7 in 13 years. and should be replaced. in which Florida leads the
; closed this week and the force is ditions of the two existing facil- There is a chronic shortage of with installation of an air is more valuable, the cham-
t 4' ities now serving the communities trained or skilled personnel,. ," the ioning system, caulking or said. Last year's limestone pro-
vacation taking a much-
on in Western Palm Beach County. report said.Renovating. the windows would be came to 27 million tons
? needed and well deserved rest.
' The report states that Belle the Belle Glade The report goes on to at $36 million. Phosphate
This week's issue of this
; great Glade Memorial Hospital ,is, a 45- Hospital has been mentioned as a "that there are several to 13 million tons with,

of the fireside
palladium family bed facility built before World Warn possibility for improving medical available to bring into line preliminary value of $93 million
be just a little short on local .
may for the specific purpose? of hos- facilities for the Southwertern and ceiling including -
( news, but, we feel sure that
pitalization of migrant workers in District. However-,- a great expense entire area with IN WEST ,
,: __ this will be made in coming
up the area. ,would be involved considering the false ceiling of fire Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Maxson left.:
t. weeks. the'nearly 40
I During "The hospital (like most hospi- extent of remodeling needs. teriaL week to spend a three-week
years that this newspaper has tals of the era), was poorly designed I According to the report, conver- "The building, because of In the West. They will at-
the vast
served agricultural but built too well. As a structure sion of the present Hospital to ac- should be completely the World Fair at Seattle, ex
the eastern shore of
area on it is sound, but is not fire re- ceptable standards of safety, sani- heavier currents and Yellowstone Park; visit )Ir;
. Lake Okeechobee it has never sistant. In addition to the poor tation and function would involve outlets. A communications Mrs. Roy Maxson in Merced,:
missed an issue(; come flood, functional design and a room ar- more than additional space for beds nurse call ,etc., should be ,, her relatives in Los An-
hurricane, or other antics of rangement allowing little flexibility and core facilities. ed. The doors are 3' 4" in and relatives in Pittsburgh

weather. We have hem'fortunate the 'roof :and floor is,built The entire floor would have to now fire resistant, but set and West Point, Miss. ,
[t and hope that luck 'stays with combustible materials. This be removed and replaced with a en frames rating below ( a ',..
f with us during the next"" 40. area _has _substantially outgrownthe concrete slab either concrete slab day standards. All rooms I Mr. and Mrs. H. G. Boynton had

i f'years.t, *bed capacity and auxiliary facilities or fill concrete slab on concrete into patient's rooms ; a recent guest, his brother, Sea-
are outgrown entirely., In joists, or pan type concrete This (continued on page I Boynton of Bartow. .



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Page Two The Everglades News, Canal Point, Florida Friday, August 10, 1962

t I own state this summer. I I is O'Leno, located near High
Suwannee River
I .. i The Stephen Foster }Memorial at Springs. During the summer
White Springs, is not far from the I months, the park becomes one of
State Park Shows park. Developed as the state's tri 'I'the state's busiest groupcampingbases.
bute to the famous composer the The beautiful Santa Fe
| 243-acre park has a 200-foot carillon -I I River, a tributary of the Suwannee,
Natural BeautyThe tower which daily peals forth I courses through the park and may
beloved Foster songs. Within the be seen from a swinging foot-
tower base are furnishings of Fost- bridge.A .
natural beauty of North I er's era and two animated dioramas park noted for fine family ac-
Florida is typified by Suwannee depicting his most familiar comodations is Gold Head Branch
River State Park, located off U.S. I compositions. State Park, near Keystone,
90 at Ellaville. 13 miles west of The Foster Museum, built as an.I Heights. Lake Johnson, largest of
Live Oak. I ante-bellum mansion, also contains!I I the park's lakes, is the focal point
The lands made famous by dioramas and two large paintings j: of the recreation area. The parkis
The Rardin Building In Canal Point, FloridaTHE Stephen Foster has woodlands by Howard Chandler C.;naty,:< one of two in Florida that has
open fields, and rocky bluffs. Aboveall Rides on the Suwannee Riv..r may:,cabins for rent. Moreover, tent and
LAKE OKEECHOBEE REGION HOME OF it has the scenic Suwannee be taken on a 30-passenger river,'[ trailer camping may be enjoyed.
River. boat, "Belle of Suwannee." A mot-': North Florida, with its scenic
THE EVERGLADES NEWSServing The park's 1,831 acres are pierced ortzed Contestoga Wagon train I'' livers, lakes, and springs, has
by the Suwannee on the East modeled after prairie schooners: ; ';many recreation areas and attractions -
the Lake Okeechobee Farming Region Without where the main recreation area is takes passengers on tours of park!,I worth visiting this summer.,
Interruption Every Week for :More Than 30 Years centered and on the West by the trails. .
Established March 11 1924 Published Withlacooche, which joins the Su East of Lake City is the Olustee -
Every Friday I I I
wannee within the park's boundar-I Battlefield Monument. Besides
:' Subscription Price $2.00 Year In AdvanceThe learning how Confederates repulsed : Wainwright Is -

Everglades News Is Entered at the Post OfficeIn ies.The picnicking park has Confed- the Union Army and seeing at New Prison HeadTALLAHASSEE ,"

Canal Point, Florida, as Second Class Matter erate earthworks, erected to pro- the museum relics from the war, .
tect navigation on the river. The visitors are offered scenic picnicking
Paul Rardin Owner, Editor, Publisher old town of Columbus-nonexistent facilities beneath giant oaks. Louis L.

but once, years ago, the chief Found in this north section of..Wainwright a guard at Raiford
point of navigation-is near the Florida are some of the state's ,State Prison 10 years ago has
: Science, Home Gardening-and You park entrance. An old fort in the most beautiful springs. Like White I I taken over direction of the Florida

park guarded the railroad bridge, Springs itself, many are along the prison system.
I Ehy which was the chief objective of Suwannee. These include Troy II I I He is a close associate and pro-
the Union Army in the Battle of Springs (near Branford) and Fan-:: tege of his predecessor, H. G.

"George,those bugs are Olustee, Florida's most importantCivil nin Springs, Hart Springs, and Cochran, and the new prison chief
I at my flowers again. War engagement.The Manatee Springs State Park (near says he has no plans for personnel .
Spray them, will you." park, noted'for its fine fish- Chiefland). Each of these springshas changes and no ideas of major pol
ing, boating, picnicking, and camping been developed into a recrea- icy changes.
r facilities, is another reason tion area. Manatee Springs has I Wainwright says one of his biggest -
Governor Farris Bryant and the camping, as well as swimming, jobs will be to educate the
: ,, Florida Development Commission boating, and picnicking facilities. I I public and the legislature to the
,..;: / are urging Floridians to see their I Another outstanding state park,!needs of the prisons.

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CAUTIONS for safe and sure appli ,-,
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file of the American 't'ourist"which '
State Are Highest
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Automobile Association.The .
MIAMI-Florida spends more ...
book says Florida has more :
than any other state on travel advertising
motels than any other state, some .
and promotion $1,722,000for 5,460, as compared to California's ; 'ft w Iyq'; :jfp I
the current year, with the Flor- 5,000. Florida tourists also spend
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i: Monday' Cattle Sales. W : You feel good. I all over, '_ ;:,.Y?:-: 'l:,.... '.

1 Are regularly held at,the Glades Livestock Market : when you call Long Distance : > I

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You'll enjoy the excellent service you receive here I :You laugh and you talk and you get the feeling you're there .
1 at this Market.We make an effort at'all times to give "

an outstanding service to buyer and.seller. Give us right there. If'you shut your eyes, you almost think -
a trial.! :. -. you can touch each other. That's fun. That's nice! ?: .

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, Page Four ., The Everglades News, Canal Point. Florida Friday August 10.. 1962'
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Torreya Park Is Like piece by piece across the river.A -I Stetson Head Visits

t. Lp.f.RSONAl..NEWS.NOJE[ J j jc Garden Of EdenWas house River down Trail to the leads river,from past the six Phillippines Univ.

gun pits which-during the war- .

the Garden of Eden actually were used by Confederate troops to DELAND Stetson University .

located in Northwest Florida? guard the river. Another trail from President Ollie Edmunds repre-
Mr. and Mrs. Karl Mindlin have I I Mrs. Lola McVane of Washington the leads to water-
r Some have theorized that it was. camping area a sented the Association of American
.. -, returned from a three week vacation -t i D. C., formerly of Pahokee, These people point out that certain fall with a 12-foot drop. The path Colleges at the inaugurationof

t trip to Europe. They visited was the house guest, recently, of vegetable and animal life mentioned bypasses a large Indian mound, the new president of the Central
:. Madrid, Grananda, Alicante, Valencia Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Crews. the site Indian
in the Bible is native to North- near of a former Philippines University at Iloilo re

r and Barcelona in Spain, and Arthur M. Larrimore of Tallahassee west Florida. In particular, they village. cently. f

Milan, Venice, Rome and Florence the last week- contend that the rare Torreya treea South from Bristol on the Gulf The ceremony inducting Dr. Joe
was guest, I
in Mr. Mindlin
!\ Italy. states that ( hard gopher wood) is the Bib- Howard as president of the only
- is and end, of his mother, Mrs. Ida Lar- Apalachicola
Spain -
lovely as yet.unspoiled
Noah used 1
; limore. His daughter, Sharon, who I icai gopher wood that !r Baptist college in the area was
by commercialism whereas in
accompanied him to Pahokee remained -I in, building the Ark. other seafood. Years ago, when performed by American Ambassador -
Italy one sees three tourists to ships from all nations anchored in
contentionis William Stevenson.
for a longer visit with her or not their
each native Italian.
grandmother.Miss correct, Torreya State Park.'and its harbor, the historic port was Edmunds has been on a trip
blessed one of Florida's largest. Dr. John through the Orient and SouthwestAsia
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Flanders and the surrounding area seem
r' family of Boynton Beach spent the Frieda Lee of Princeton returned by nature. The park, located 15 Gorrie, one of its early citizens, is and plans to visit all Baptist

s; weekend with her parents, Mr.,and to her home recently after miles north of Bristol lacks only a world famous because he invented colleges in that part of the world.

:, Mrs. George D. Rushing. They wens visiting her cousin. Miss Carolyn few feet in being the highest,area -while designing an airconditioning .. -

accompanied to Pahokee by her Maxson at Canal Point. in Florida. High bluffs rising 230 system for fever patients -
: sister, Judy Rushing, who had been has her feet above the Apalachicola Riverare the first ice-making machine.
Mrs. Leila Davis as Models and historic materials are and Mrs. George Ramey
their house for week. dented by deep glens and dells.
r guest a and
her son-in-law returned'from
house guests on display in the Gorrie Museum. have a months vacation
[ Gene Parnell enrolled at the daughter. Mr. and Mrs. Preston the park's 1,098 acres growsan Across from Apalachicola is St. spent at Springhill. Kans.

? University 0 f Miami recently Toler, of Atlanta, Ga. plants astounding, and flowers.variety Great of pines trees, George Island, a beach resort weher they visited his mother, Mrs.

and will reached taken at East- Mattie Ramey, and her twin sister,
r: study there during the by a ferry
'. I Mr. and Mrs. Sam Berry had as red gums, hickories, and oaks grow
second summer session. I point, just across Gorrie Bridge. Miss Minnie Osborn, who will cele-
r their house guests, their nephews, along with birch, lindens, hollies,
The 28-mile island is.noted for its brate their 96th birthdays in De-
i Ron TerHaar returned recently I[Bruce and Chris Cowart of Opa magnolias, red bays, and poplars.In cember.
sand-duned beaches. One high Mr. and Mrs. Ramey also
:; from Vero Beach where he has Locka. addition to the Torreya tree, dune, Sugar Hill, rises 75 feet and visited his sister, :Miss Maude

\ been assigned for the past month Mrs. W. S. Plumer and daught- discovered by Hardy Croom and is believed to be the highest in Ramey and other relatives.
' named in honor of his friend Dr.
with the FEC Railroad. the ,
, During fer, Jan, left recently to visit relatives Florida. The Bob Sikes Channel .
month of August, he will with John Torrey, the park also has the
&: stay
in Bellefontaine, Ohio. separates the main island ATTEND FUNERAL
F Mayor and Mrs. Duncan Padgett even rarer Florida Yew, also discovered -
Little George Island, which can be Among those attending the fun-
while he is with Harold A. has returned by Croom.
working as. agent Pugh
reached only by boat. The famousSt. eral services for Mrs. Maude Murphy -
the FEC at Belle Glade., from a visit with relatives in Columbus -I| The trees plants shrubs, and
; Ga. flowers are reminiscent of those I George Lighthouse built by? the in Miami, last week, were Mr.
; Miss Rebecca Grimes entered growing in the ,Allegheny Moun- British is on the smaller island. and Mrs. Ellis Murphy and son,

f.. '. :Mimai University, July 30, and is Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Keen spent tains. As in the mountains. Indian Across from the fishing resortof Mr. and Mrs. Chester MullLs, Mrs.

attending the second session of two days, recently in Tampa on pinks bloom on the hillside in the Carrabelle is Dog Island, also Marie Kincaid, Mrs. Joe Guerryand

f summer school. She will reside business. They returned home byway spring, while brilliant cardinal accessible by fer r'y Although daughters Miss Alice, and

:. with her mother, Mrs. Ralph of Sarasota. flowers dot the bottom land in smaller and less-developed than Mrs. Catherine Wood.
St. George, Dog Island, too, offers .
r Grimes, who also attended the first summer. Ferns, mosses, and lichenare -
Rev. Robert A. Shelley left Mon- scenic sand-duned beaches.
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session. .. also in abundance.This ADULT SWIMMING CLASS
day (Aug. 6)) to join his wife and
,' Eden-like park is another The Garden of Eden. may not Coach Keene has announced that
; !.!r. and Mrs. Richard Thierryand daughter at the home of her par- have been located in Northwest
reason Governor: Farris Bryantand he started an adult swimmingclass
sons, Paul and David, of Daytona ents, Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Board-
the Florida Development Com- Florida, but visitors to this section July 31. The lessons begin at
. Beach were guests, last week wine at Saltville, Va.
., will find the highlands of Torreya
mission are urging Floridians to 930 a. m. and there is a fee of
of her parents, Mr. and :Mrs. L. L. State Park the historic appeal of
Mr. and Mrs. David Unwin will see their own state'this summer. $1.00 for all who join plus 25c each
. Shirley. Those visiting the park 'will an- Apalachiroli, and tli-2: fun e' exploring day to get in the pool.
'.. leave 10 vacation
.. August on a tripto han1.s .
joy touring the Gregory House, an St. George and Dog : -
the West. They plan to spend antebellum home built by Jason a vacationer's paradise. Dr. and Mrs. R. C. Lane and

most of the time sight-seeing in Gregory in 1834,at a landing across .. family returned Sunday from a

Classified AdsFOR Colorado. the river. The house was acquiredby CLASSIFIED ADS IN THESE visit with her mother, Mrs. M. B.

the Park Service and moved COLUl\INS'PAY BIG DIVIDENDS Carlton in Lake Worth. I
:Rev.,and Mrs. Thomas C. O'Steen

SALE: New and used Willys returned last week after spendingthe \
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Belle Glade, Phone 3058. where he attended the summer session -

. Oct. 17-54-ch I at Garrett Bibicai Institute.Rev. l

I O'Steen, pastor at the Paho
Fifteen DollarsThat kee First Methodist Church
re-I PictureofaProiniseY
is all you need,.to have a new sumed-,his duties, there last

home built on your lot. For further day, I 1

details call HUNT REAL ESTATEat

924-7933 In Pahokee. M25tf Mr. and Mrs. E. D. Reid, Jr., and

II daughter, Linda, plan to leave to-

morrow, August 11. on a vacation 1
FOR SALE: Several real good
I trip to South Carolina. They will .
buys in frame homes. If you are ,: .
visit his relatives at Beaufort and ., ,, >, ---- I'
looking for a home and don't have
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. B. .
to have a new one, We have it. Or
Game, at Mullins. Enroute home, ..'
for $50 down we can possibly build
they will be the house guests of
you a new one. See or Call Dan i/
his brother-in-law and sister, Mr. _
Carpenter. 924.7156 or res. 924- '
and Mrs. R. L. Kledzik. at ,Green .
7235. 2tc ,.
Cove Springs. >. .. .v
FOR RENT: New 2 bedroom con- ,:Mrs.: Lloyd Clifton, and children, '" .-. ...... .f

crete block house, Furnished. In Dickie, 'Neva. Sandra and Drew of I !

the Orange Grove, 289 Parkview Indiantown were recent guests .of r .. LiT

Court $125 per month. See or call her brother-in-law ,and sister, Mr. t

Dan Carpenter. office 924.7156 or I Irest. and Mrs. L. H. Gordon, Jr. Mrs.

9247235. 2tc.
Clifton and family were enroute

to visit her mother, Mrs. George.

NOTICE; The Lucky. Star Dude Tombaugh. in Carol ,City. ... s

Ranch will be closed until fur- .
Sure, 8fit a grand old flag
ther notice signed Gladys F. Mott Miss Brenda Unwin spent. the

Kane, Owner and mgr. 2tc weekend, recently, witWMiss Barbara That's why we salute.her. jJ

Gay in Orlando. ..That's why we pledge allegiance to her ti a ''I
ITOR RENT: 2 bedroom house n ej -
'# ,Thit t
completely furnished, Phone Ben Arbegust of Dania has 'pledge,in it* simplest terzni.fi y -

924 7467 Pahokee. 2tc brought. his 40-foot charter boat. & anotherwa.r of Fti'"Cotmtm; .'? F*.. rand + .

Spitful n, to ,Pahokee; ):(arbor and In. You're n cps ntry and I love>ott.'HV .

plans to have it ready Tor service need you. Your problems are 't j J j J' ,. '

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THEFIFTEENTH about August 15.>> -Spitful n will b* my problems, and I'm with you t I
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF available for trips by the hour or illthe way." %>
COUNTY. by the day. Having a charter boat : Your country'biggest single ,

FLINT IN EDWARDS.CHANCERY a C.1UO-A: available, will be a new experiencefor problem is the perpetual responsibility Jy yr :

Plaintiff : residents of this area. for keeping the peace its people .s

-vs- : want. You can help with thin
ARIA EDWARDS : Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Hilton and e
Defendant : problem by remembering this: ,
NOTICE OF SUIT infant son of Miami, spent last
TO: ARMILEE EDWARDS week with her parents, Mr. and Peace costs money. Money for
1407 South Van Buren Arenue .
military and industrial strength
Mrs. L. H. Gordon, Sr.
Albany Georgia
You are hereby notified that Flint Money for science and education.
Edwards has filed a But of 'Complaint Coach and Mrs. Web Pell spent And money saved by individual I

against required you to serve for a divorce copy ,of and your you answerto are several days last ,week in the Ba- by you--to help keep the economy I

the complaint on the plaintiffs Attorney hamas at Marsh Harbor and Great trong. Bond orovide this money.
Thadd Whidden. P. O. Box Guana Cay. Oiud FrtM WlMcf-NktlMMl N.w.p if AMpdMt CUrf i. I
TO, Pahokee Florida and fUe the orig- I -*,KutU H.M10ir-Ar> t'
inal answer In the office of the Clerk
of the Circuit Court of Palm Beach Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Harringtonhad I

County. West Palm Beach.. Florida on as their recent guests, his t.cHelp Strengthen America's Peace Power t.
or before the 27th day'"of.August. 1962: '
it :you fair so to do. Judgment by default uncle. Jack Rogells, and his cousin, -
will,be taken against you for the O'Nell Rogells both of Palmetto.

relief DATED, demanded this 19th'day In the of complaint July. 1962. Buy U. S. Savings Bonds !t : ; 1

.1.ALE C ARNETTE James H. Wilson who has been >

t Cleric: of. Circuit Court engaged in the produce business at
(Circuit Court Seal)
i By Thaddle P. Plant. Spartanburg, S. c., this summer, :
t Deputy Clerk .- returned last weekend. He was accompanied '\ NOW PAYING 3>;% INTEREST : _
Publish July 27, Aug. :3. 10, 17. 1962.Thadd I .
home by Mrs. Wilson
Attorney for Plaintiff who went up by train and spent tendays.therev fll t/JL GMMnunmt. don not pay for tlua a.L'.rt* AI.Tk Treasury Dtpartmttt aa*, ',' .' :

P.; O. Box. Florida 90SPahokee. -.-.... h. a i...-. -. .-t: '- ..; *- .f. ,, *4- ,'.'.-_ ,...._ :..ti'-2---" ""q"- 'y'f ttr their?atrietie donation.T to Advertising Council a*& ,. "=--t. .r!i> .:-' :. '!'"


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i \ mature in just 7 years, 9 months. nest egg for the future.'nat'! why many retired J..
I With Series H Bonds, the 10-year maturity period le-hold !Bonds and families saving for; say, a 4
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(cost $37.50)$100 .
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Page Six The Everglades News, Canal Point, Florida Friday. August 10. 1962News

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Natural ResourcesIs Cross State Canal

Meeting SubjectLEHIGH Would Give Boost

Il Of The ChurchesFirst I ACRES-Development To Mineral-Production

of natural resources and water- !
TALLAHASSEE State Geologist ;
ways in the Sunshine State was the
4 i theme of a meeting of the Florida Robert Vernon says construew'* i

Council of 100's natural resources tion of the cross-state canal would j!
Methodist The Church God I
Of God Church Of
". -, <, -.. .., and waterways committee at Le- .give Florida a biff boost in mineral ,

Church, PahokeeRev. Of Prophecy, PahokeeCanal Barfield HighwayPahokee high acres recently. production. j
James M. Wellman, president of
Point Road I Congress has been asked to ap- |
T. C. O'Steen Fla.J. Wellman-Lord Engineering, Inc., ,
SUNDAY: John H. Kinard, pastor of Lakeland the committee chair- propriate funds to start construction -
W. Hughes, Minister
9:45 a. m.-Church School 10:00 a. m.-Sunday School man, introduced Robert Thomas of of the barge canal which would

11:00 a. m.-Morning Worship 11:00 a. m.-Preaching Service Phone 924-3736 Tampa as the featured speaker. cut across the state from the St.

6:45 p. m.-MYF 7:45 p. m.-Evangelistic Service SUNDAY: Thomas. vice president of the Na-
. Johns River at Welaka to the Gulfof
7:45 p. m. Evening Worship 8:00 p. m. Tuesday-VJj. 9:45 a. m.-Sunday School tional Rivers and Waterways Con-

TUESDAY, : 8:00 p. m. Thursday-WJtLB. 11:00 a. m.-Morning Worship gress, discussed'' the "Role of Mexico at Yankeetown.

7:00 p. m. Vesper Choir prac Everyone welcome. Special music 7:30 p. Evangelistic Ser- Waterways and Barge Lines in the I Vernon said the canal would
ticeWEDNESDAY and singing. viceTUESDA.Y p Vlelopmen1 of Florida's Econ greatly expand the market for
... limestone as well as dolomite.
: : omy.
Gerald H. Gould, president of Limestone Is now used in highway
7:45 p. m.-Mid-week devotions Canal Point First 7:30 p, m.-Prayer Service
while dolomite is used
Lee County Land & Title Co. and
8:30 m.-Senior Choir
I p. practice THURSDAY:
Baptist ChurchElder 7:30 m.-Youth for Christ vice, chairman of the ,natural resources extensively in fertilizer. Vernon ..
Service and waterways committee explained the canal would place
R. E. Barfield was in charge of a panel discus- barge transportation at the door-

Canal Point SUNDAY: .. steps of limestone and dolomite, \

ChurchRev. 10:00 a. m.-Sunday School sion.Panel participants included Tom mines making low cost transpor-

Baptist 11:00 a. m.-Morning Worship Adams, Secretary of State; Will- tation available.

7:00 p. m.-B. T.-C. iam McCree, chairman of the Ca- Vernon also predicted the canal

Charles D. Stewart, Pastor 8:00 p. .-Evening Worship nal Authority; and John Wake- would restore the mining of hard
SUNDAY: / WEDNESDAY: field. director of the Departmentof rock phosphate which once was a
9:45 a. m.-Sunday School 7:30, p. m.-Midweek Prayer Of U R y- Water Resources. thriving Florida industry.
11:00 a. m.-Morning Worship Service

6:30 p. m. Training Union 2nd and 4th TUESDAYS: --- t

7:30 p. m.-Evening Worship 7:30 p. .-Ladies Auxiliary. '
WEDNESDAY: Meeting.Christian .
7:30 p. m.-Prayer Meeting .

.... Science I

The Pahokee ChurchOf Group Of Canal PointThe

The NazareneRev. ,
practical value of strivingfor
Max perfection will be stressed at Phone 511 Pahokee Phone WY 62550Belle Glade ,
D. Jones, Pastor
Christian Science church services
433 Bacom Point Rd. Sunday. SALES and SERVICE
- Phone 924-7528 P. O. Box 882 ;
"Spirit" is the subject of the

SUNDAY SERVICES: Lesson-Sermon to be read. It willinclude Heating Air Conditioning Appliances i
9:45 a. .-Sunday School this admonition of Christ I .
11:00 a. m.-Sunday Worship 1.1
Jesus {Matthew 5): "Be ye there-
6:30 m.-Juniors _
p. I _
fore perfect, even as your Father
1:00 m.-Sunday Evening
r p. which is in heaven in perfect." .
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Among the correlative citationsto
be read from "Science and
7:30 m.-Midweek Prayer
p. Health with Key to the Scriptures"by .
meeting .,..
Baker is
Mary Eddy the follow- *
"Where you are a stranger but
once... "The divine demand, 'Be ye -
therefore perfect,' scientific, and

St. Peter's Lutheran the human footsteps leading to

perfection are indispensable. In-
Church Belle Glade )
dividuals are consistent who, t

August Koerber- Pastor < watching and not be and weary praying; can walk,'run and, 1'' wash your dishes %

601 W. Lake Rd., Belle Glade not faint,' who gain good rapidlyand I

SUNDAY: hold their position, or attain
Divine Services 11 A. :M. slowly and yield not'to discouragement. lrs 9

. School 9:45 :A. M. God requires perfection, but *
/ not until the battle between Spirit

and flesh is fought and the victory
St. Mary's Catholic
.- won" (p. 253). way
,Church ... .

Public Relations %' ,.
Father Francis Fennech, Pastor .a.
Men Are Rewarded a
Sunday Mass 11:30 a. m.
Confessions before Mass : .electrically: !
I .
mm JACKSONVILLE Pictures of

The Methodist Church three persons selected to the Florida N ti'Gr?f: a

Public Relations AssociationHall
Canal Point, FloridaRobert of Fame were unveiled in the : I

Florida State Chamber of Com- SN

A. Shelley, Pastor merce Building in Jacksonville re :
SUNDAY: cently. 4 SS
10:00 a. m.-Church School Selected for the honor were Harold % -

11:00 a. .Morning Worship Colee.. executive vice presidentof S 5-
-S <
6:30 p. m.-Youth Fellowship the Florida State Chamber of S

7:30 p. m.-Evening Worship Commerce;' former' Jacksonville q .;

MONDAY: mayor John T. Alsop; and Carl SV .

3:15 p. m.-Youth Choir practice Graham Fisher, former prominent .-', 1"
TUESDAY: developer of Miami and Miami -. -. .""

I 8:00: p. .Woman's Society1st Beach. Alsop and Fisher are de- : -

I Tuesday ceased.

I 2nd :MONDAY: Royce R. Powell, FPRA Hall of ; ,!. .r'
7:30 p. .-Esther Class meeting Fame Commission member and SS\\ ;
\ ..
: past president of the public rela-

7:30 p. .-Prayer Meeting tions ,association, conducted the
.. .- I.
ceremonies which marked
the per-

,First Baptist manent installation of the picturesin electric dishwasher does it .
the Hall of Fame.

:Church, Pahokee The Hall of Fame Commission cleaner faster..dries too!

periodically selects those Florid- ,

Guthrie W. Colvard. Minister dians who have contributed the .
Just another wonderful way that cheap ready for use.You have more free time to
Sunday a. m. most to the development and '
pro- electricity can save you EXTRA HOURS.A enjoy your famfly..to relax..to live better
YorningVorshiplloo a. m. gress of Florida through their own
., modern, electric dishwasher does the electrically. (And, remember a Flameless
Union 6:45 efforts.
Training p. m. the
Electric Water Heater always provides
never-ending daily chore in minutes. You
Evening Wo1'8hip-8oo p. m. Other Floridians selected for the extra convenience of a dependable supplyof
just pop everything in dishes, glasses
.. Wednesday Prayer Service Hall of Fame in the past include silver, even pots and pans and set it, hot water, with safety and precious j
7:30 p. m. former Governor; LeRoy Collins; then forget IL Your electric dishwasher peace of mind.)

A warm welcome. to all. Cypress Gardens owner Dick Pope; automatically washes and rinses in water For featured values and easy terms,see .
i Ray and Davidson, owners of Silver batter than your bands can stand the built-in and portable Dishwashers at

. :Holy Nativity. Springs; circus impressario and dries,too Dishes come out sparkling. your electric appliance dealer or plumbing r

John Ringling North; former Commissioner glasses gleam. Everything's "unitized* contractor.If. : '..
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Episcopal Church of Agriculture Nathan

Pahokee :Mayo and railroad magnate Henry LA

Flagler. Ik1tOtl1aTSttJ1qmeles.! W .:

Rev. L. Lossing, Vicar Allen Skaggs Jr., director of ,'.. \..Irs CHCAPf TOOl ItA e.a.c: '
SUNDAY: public relations and advertising at .... -.

10 a. m.-Sunday School Silver Springs, is chairman of the : FI/t10A I PSWE I LINT COYPAMY =:::''.. o.
11:00 a. m.-Worship Service Hall of Fame Commission. ftfLftMt twta noxioA7 MfDAWOH.-
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i European Economics Community I Needs For.-- em hospital of approximately 1001 I; City Of Venice i iI
MontrlTE (Common Market-totally unex-
normal beds with an immediate
pected by Moscow and, now posinga I May Wreck Waterway :
of 120-135 beds in
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huge economic and political I ;
; threat to RusSia-also is posing minimum of 3' 8" to allow rapid bedrooms designed for patient oc I I ENGLEWOOD Secretary of

Dioylf problems for the U. S. But they evacuation. cupancy. The care of auxiliary i State Tom Adams says opposition
"Wall construction consists of I
are problems we could expect to services should be complete and I by the City of Venice may wreck I
I 2" x 6" wood studs and plaster not I I
develop within a free capitalistic the development the
rk/s fire i should be expandable to serve at
the required rating.As
society-the problems of competition tracoastal waterway down Flor-
function of the Belle least 175 to 200 with a minimum of
to the
that result from progress in disturbance to the continued ida's West Coast.In )
the said that op-
Glade facility, report
economic for
development. a speech prepared deliveryat
would eration of the hospital. The hos-
the of the building
Recent and comments in As look at the world shape Englewood civic
reports you today a banquet by
should be that
pital so designed
lend well to redesign and
the news make this point: Troublesare you can see how economics influ- could itself be fitted into the minor alterations are made within clubs at which he and Conservation I II

piling up in the Communist ence political and social trends. It possibly the core and all additions to. be I Director Randolph Hodges were

world. They're the result of Fail- has been true for a long time. It I scheme of a new extensive hospital removal on the j made on the outside of the wallsof honored guests, Adams said that

ure. On the other hand troubles in seems, however, we're just getting I same site with I the basic building." interests in Venice were opposingthe
and of walls, addingnew ,
the U. S. are the result of Success. around to realizing it and to ap- replacement .. only authorized route for the

The picture is' one of widespread preciate how important is an un- plumbing and electrical sys- NEW ENGLAND VISITORSMr. canal. He stated a seven mile

failures in the economies of the to- derstanding of economics if we are workable tems, and could be unit made of approximately into a- and Mrs. Ted Beach of West stretch of the canal had been delayed -

talitarian countries. They contrast to understand what we want to do 35 nursing to 40 beds. Hartford, Conn were the guests, for two years by opponentsof

with successful economies of those at home and why things are what last week, of her brotherinlawand the waterway.
On several occasions, recommen-
countries enjoying: a free capital- they are in other parts'of the -
dations have been made for either sister. Mr. and Mrs. G. .B.

istic society. world. modernization or abandonment of Ramey; and her brother and sister- Mrs. Leila Parks of Reynolds

Communism has failed to make ss. the Belle Glade Hospital.In in-law Mr. and Mrs. Philo Williamson Ga., is spending several weeks

Marxism work. Every Communist I've stressed here recently the a letter to the Southwestern and Mrs. Lizzie Kirkey at here with her sister, Mrs. L.ile
country is In trouble. The crisis in vital importance of educating our I
'Board in 1961, James R. Shelton of Canal Point. Renouf
Soviet Russia, Red China and Cuba young people in the fundamentals
the Florida Development Commis- ,
are familiar. The failures are all of of economics. According to the U.I I'
sion stated" I discussed this (the
a pattern. They have suddenly be- S. Chamber of Commerce, now is Belle Glade, Hospital) with Mr. H 11 i i i i i 111 u i ill 1111111111111 111 i 1111 i i i iTHEATRE
come so obvious that you wonder the time to make plans to increase
Forehand and he advises that, un-
how much longer Moscow and economic understanding in your I
I I der the circumstances, he does not S
. Peiping can bluff the rest of the community during the 1962-63
see where we could participate in I
world. school year. Chamber executivesand
other than new construct .
U. S. News &World Report sum- Education Committee chair- anything I' PRINCE LAKE DRIVE-IN
tion. I am sure this is the same
marizes the situation beautifully: men have been urged to take advantage -
I left with As a
"Don't underestimate this food of five unique opportunI impression you. Pahokee Pahokee-Belle Glade Road
I matter of fact, the Federal Government -
crisis facing Khrushchev and Com- : -
I still has not entirely released
munism. It's the .worst setback j I. 1. "The American Economy," a I 2 BIG FEATURES -
i the structure to own-
Khruschchev has faced since he be- :i television course on basic econom- I present" your SUNDAY -MONDAY -TUBSDA

came No. 1 Red." I I ics and how to teach it, to be ,ership. SUNDAY-MONDAY-TUESDAY AUGUST 12-13-14
. I i Autha W. Forehand, of
Time magazine makes this pungent broadcast in 160 half-hour sessions manager
II i the Florida Development Com- AUGUST 12-13-14
I I "Sail A
comment: "The revolution of starting September 24 over the .
rising expectations has not been I CBS-TV network and its affiliated I mission's Hospital Construction "The Man Who Shot
Crooked Ship"Liberty
i said in a letter to the
satisfied by Communism, even in I stations. Nearly 400 colleges and
its own countries. The big meaningof universities will grant college credit board shortly after Shelton's let- Valance" ROBERT WAGNER ANQ
ter received, "I can only recommend -
Russia's food troubles is that for successful completion of the was JAMES STEWART, JOHN DOLORES HART
I that give consideration -
the Communists are in an. ironic; course. you WAYNE AND VERA -ALSO-
fix: they are materialists who are 2. "Economic Education in the to building a completely new "GIDGET"
it is definitely MILES
hospital, since pos-
bungling materialism. I Schools, an 88 page report on
sible that would not save much
While Russia has had to boost I "minimum understanding of econ- you J(H.,8IMl"M>vfrfr.v.i..fr.M--I"M"M-l"l"i"M"l'' 11 t"l I"! I"I"M I .
building a new hospitalcore
food prices sharply we in,Americaare omics essential for good citizen- money by
and then renovating the old
trying to solve the problem of ship and attainable by high school J' 'fT", II
what to do with too much food. A students." This report was prepared facility to bring it up to stand I

shortage of Russian dairy products by a National Task Force on\1 ards." I tffftfWANTED

brought a price boost in butter to I I Economics Education composed of The Joint Commission on Hos- -

nearly $2 a pound. At the same five noted economists and two pital Accreditation mentioned four

time, a current report estimatesthe well-known educators by the improvements needed on the Belle

U. S. Department of Agricul- American Economic Association. Glade facility. FOR PRE-HARVEST WORKIN

ture holdings of Surplus butter 3. "Study Materials for Econ- "1. More adequate auxiliary facilities -

may reach 600 million pounds by omic Education in the Schools," a on all nursing units.

the end of the 1962-63 season. That 48 page list of 97 items (selected "2. Elimination of fire hazards. I

compares with 460 million poundsin from over 7000 reviewed) compiledby "3. More adequate operating SUGAR CANE AND OR -

July, 1964. a Materials Evaluation Com- facilities.

.ss. mittee. "4. Modern kitchen facilities."
The outstanding success of the 4. "Freedom vs. Communism The need, according to the reportis

I the Economics of Survival," a set for a general hospital of sufficient -

of eight pamphlets prepared by the quality and quantity to WAGES STEADY WORK .
National Chamber for group dis- serve the needs of the area. "It has ,

THRILLS GALORE I I cussions on this topic. Hundreds 01 been demonstrated that 90 per -
FOR YOUNGSTERS schools and colleges already are us- cent of illnesses can be cared for

ing this material. in a general hospital of 100 to 200

up to 80 years 5. "American Capitalism an .beds. Those modern conditions

Introduction for Young Citizens J I which are obscure require the refined -

A Half-Scale and Capitalism"and Other Eco diagnostic procedures found Florida State Employment Service

nomic Systems, or other texts only in large hospitals, specifically
1910MODEL which contrast the economy of a This
university hospital.
; per- I
free capitalistic society with that centage is low; roughly 5 to 7 per 41 Southeast Avenue D

T of a totalitarrian state-planned cent. The remainder have hospitalties

society.For in other areas. Belle Glade, Florida

Replica more information about "It is apparent," the report con- .

these materials, you may write to cludes, "that the need is for a mod- $ y&&x&$
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Honored At Party

I Y. Mrs. Olla Vene Weeks entertained H--H H H H-H H"

at the Pahokee Woman's Club w

Building with a "sweet sixteen" I

AND HANDLES dance-party honoring her daughter : $IUftui'Percentn

i LIKE A REAL CAR! Miss Cheryl Pierce who was Percent

This half-scale replica of the celebrating the sixteenth anniver- i On On
famous 1910 Model T runs like sary of her birthday.A I

one handles like one motif of pink and blue was ; Savings ,, Savings
even sounds like one. Designedto used in the decorations. The large I :.). }. {;:;:... .. ..... .
carry two youngsters in com- cake represented a doll and was 4 ",:?

fort it has ample strengthto iced so that each serving was top
haul 2 adults. Has steel frame
ped with a 16".. Dancing was enjoyed -
Fiber glass body; Forward, neu- LOOK TO US FOR
tral and reverse. Mechanical from eight until twelve mid '

brakes. Normal speeds to 10 night, and the honoree received
mph. But can be set faster or many lovely gifts.Refreshments .
slower. Not designed for high- of chicken salad I
way use but more fun than a sandwiches, mints nuts cokes and ,
barrel of monkeys for the cake was served to approximately I I If you've located the home you want and you In a surprisingly short length of time, you
whole family. Come in and see 80 ___ have your down payment you're ready to see too can have your down payment. Here's howus
this half-scale 'Tin Lizzy".You'll guests. about a low cost home loan. -open a savings account here right away.
buy it. Made only by McDonough Those assisting Mrs. Weeks were + This Is the place to come, because we Save as much as you can. regularly.
Power Equipment, Inc., Mc- Mrs. Cleve Cruthird, Mrs. R. B. specialize in loans to buy homes. We know We also add a big dividend to your account

Donough, Ga.CASH. Gray Mr. and Mrs. Alton Mills, just what to do to see that your loan is quickly regularly so your savings will grow even

Mrs. Ray Angel, Mrs. D. Hines and processed and how to arrange easiest terms. faster. Accounts may be opened by mail.
Mrs. Allie Mae Watson.


Mr. and Mrs. T. E. Penningtonand

BELK family have returned from a Savings And Loan Association
vacation trip to Salem, Ala. They I
Phone 924-7311 have also been recent guests of her ACCOUNTS INSURED BY FEDERAL SAVINGS AND LOAN INSURANCE CORP.

359 Airport Road Pahokee, Fla mother Mrs. J. A. Felts, at Brad- 40 S. W. AVENUE "B" BFT.T.F GLADE PHONE ""1-061
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