The Everglades news

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The Everglades news
Alternate title:
Belle Glade news
Alternate Title:
Place of Publication:
Canal Point Palm Beach County Fla
Everglades News Pub. Co.
Creation Date:
July 23, 1965
Publication Date:


Subjects / Keywords:
Newspapers -- Canal Point (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Belle Glade (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Palm Beach County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
newspaper ( marcgt )
newspaper ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Palm Beach -- Canal Point
United States -- Florida -- Palm Beach -- Belle Glade
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).
Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05

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Glade Gets C. G. Willis Called 3 Manatees Become( Colvards To ReturnTo tax'Today bill win you be can this guess fall.what There your Ji

By Brother's Death Pahokee August 10 no definite way of, telling right
now how much it actually will cost
Rcc Fund Weed Killers ForFIo
,$35,000 each In county.. No
)(r. and )[fa. Charles a Wilt Rev. and Mrs. Guthrie Colvardof taxpayer
and son, Bill, and daughter Virginia r the First Baptist church In milllage can be set by any taxing
By Roberts EffortThe left Saturday night for New Con. District Pahokee left Tuesday for Ridge- agency until Tax Assessor Edgar
Maxwell his task
called N. C. attend completes re
York where they were ox crest to a churchplanning
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account of the death of his brother '"\ conference. From there
City of Belle Glade will receive Wimianx.who died Friday night MIAMI-Three manatees, sometimes they will go on August 4 to the I school board adopted Its
Borne cash aid in its effort The funeral was held on TUesday called sea cows, have taker Baptist Assembly at Southport, budget Wednesday night and fig
la convert a part of Tony Island of this week and Mr. Willis attended up employment with the state at N. C to be with their daughter, Ul'f"'tow that an additional 16<< .i
into a recreational area. The .majority while the family was with relatlves weedkillers.The Ruth. The family plans to be backin percent must be raised by local
of the work In the put hat in H1 lV111e.N. :Y manatees were netted bj Pahokee on August 10. taxes. The mammoth budget of the-
been done by Police Chief Charles the Miami Seaquarlum under a school board came to a total of
t Goodlett] and prison labor. ATTEND BOYS CAMP commission from the Central and HOSPITAL PATIENTS nearly $1 ,OOOOOO.OO. Twenty mill
The recently created Outdoor The boys attending camp this South Florida Flood Control Distract -Patients at the Everglades Memorial ion of this must come from Palm
Recreational Planning Committeein and will be used in an effort Hospital this week were: Beach county citizens. I
Tallahassee] Monday assured week at Lake Yale, Via. were to rid drainage canals of water i Ella Sears, Ida Butler Mattie Sullivan The budget is nearly double last
I Representative Emmett Roberti Herman Clark Larry Stewart, Jay : weeds and hyacinths. : Donald Rash- year's budget of $37.0 million but
Tyre Nancy
and a Belle Glade group that about Stewart Ricky :Maynor, Jerry' Manatees are 1,000-pound, vegetarian icy. Beverly fcashley, Louise De- most of the increase is for construction .
$35,000 would be available when Pugh. Chris Bailey Ronnie Brown mammals that live in South vane. Mamie Pugh, James Narrow of new buildings approved
the committee meets In August, and Billy Brown. They were representing i Florida waters. They are gentle,, Leo'Farley -Edward Olson. and by the voters last,fall In a bond
The money comes from the fund the Baptist church In bovine and Sluggish about every" Rashie Edwards. Issue election.
i that Is collected from the sale of Canal pointFuneral. thing but their voracious eating of ,4 y The breakdown, of the budget
sporting goods in Florida. water weeds. Is $34.6',million for operating costs,
\ Attending the Tallahassee meet Services In May, 1964, the Seaquarium Waddell Retires $31.9 million for capital improvements -
ing with Roberts and Stretch was netted five manatees for the Central ,, $!4 inlltllon for debt service -
,J. D. (Pete) McClellan, president and South Florida Flood Con- fund and another $5 2 million
5 of the Chamber of Commerce Held Tuesday For ,trol District and they have been After 18 Years On for Palm Beach Junior College
r along with Luther W. Jones and working in drainage canals west of What millagfl rate\must be lev-
Fritz Stela. Jr.: members of the Boca Raton. Housing AuthorityJoe ied to, get $20 million locally from
t Broward-Palm Beach Recreation Evelyn Durrance They have proved highly] efficient taxpayers cannot be, set until
Committee. at exterminating water weeds County Tax Assessor Edgar Maxwell -
Roberts said the standards set and water hyacinths. Not only do Waddell] pioneer Pahokee announce a property valua-
Funeral service were held Tuesday -
by the committee tor releasing they eat the leaves they eat the resident, farmer and former opera- tion figure for Palm Beach County.
the funds had been met "In each morning in the First Baptist root of..the plants and even polishthe Maxwell I I.t conducting a general
instance" by the local group. church in Pahokee for Mrs. Evelyn] stones. tor of a grocery store, retired July revaluation of county property, to

,__. .The city has.cleared off,a; !e&. D..Dunanee.-.of'.BobtDur-- I The{ii natee experlment Ja being ,. -9"u.a member of the .Pahokee comply wtth.a..rullna the For) '
dean of Tarry Island provided ranee, who died suddenly Saturday : conducted by Dr. Peter Sguros Housing Authority alter serving Ida Supreme Court that all property -
camp sites, electricity and toilet I morning at her borne in Canal of,,the Florida :AUantlc Universityof in that capacity for 18 years. Kit must \alued'and assessed at
facilities and plan to increase Point. Rev. A. L. Stone pastor of Boca Raton under a contract was signally honored in Jackson- 100 per cent of ."fair market
enthusiastsand i With the Flood Control District. It value.
faculties for boating
God and Revr Guth.
the Church of
vllle last -
summer by presented
picnickers. rue Colvard pastor of the First Is being Carried on in a canal two Property values in the county
a citation by the Housing
and one-half miles long. have averaged
during past
conducted the ser-
Baptist church .. .- Commissioner citing his more than
vices.Survivors. 60 per cent of fair market value
continuous service.
J6'ye&J'l of
Alumni Will Hold Include her husband City Of South Bay Claude Shirley] an original member so total valuation will S.5 increase.cent
schools face
County per
l Robert, and three sisters, of the Authority was named
August 9 Mary Peacock of West Palm Mayor Duncan Padgett and pupil increase with a total
Reception bY this
Beach, Mrs. Nettie Irene Tomp- To Change Date Of confirmed by the City Council to 65,000 expected

kins and Mr*.Alice Tom pkin.. both replace Mr Waddell. During the year. .. ...
I Mr, *. Dale Perry announced that of Sumtervllle Fla. Annual ElectionMembers years of his service Mr, Waddell --
the Western Palm Beach County Pall bearers were Davis Kick- served as chairman on three dif- I McClellands BackIn
Alumni Club of the University liter, Clint Jones, J. T. Chance, Elmer ferent occasions He was one of
t, Florida will hold a reception honoring Upthegrove, Lonnie Warren of the city council of the, original five members of the
area high school graduates and Curtis Miners. Wetherington authority. Heart Hospital
South Bay are contemplating a
r and Junior college transfers who Funeral Home was in charge cf Other members of the AuthorIty -
will attend the University of Florida arrangements and burial was at change in the date of their annual are M. P. Holman] Bob Apel-
in September, and their parents Port Mayaca., election. The election is now heldn gren. E. L. Pope and J. L. Tyson, I Mae and Agnes McClelland are
on Monday August 9th at & October and they plan to change Jr. James H.Vann II the executive I, back in Doctor Hospital in Coral
the Belle Glade Civic Center at It to the first Tuesday. in September. director and has held that positionfor Gables this week for routine treat-
7:00 p. m. Winn-Dixie Stores the 18 years that the Authority I ment of their heart conditions.
A 30 minute film special aboutI A new ordinance is in the process las been in existence. ; Both of them have had heart surgery -
the University entitled "Road To Heavy PurchaserAn of being passed by the coun- ; Chicago and have had to
The Moon" win be telecast duringthe ell setting the new election month: 'I. watch their daily routine since
program from 7:30 to 8:00: p.' The[ upcoming election this fall will Youths In that time.,They were named "King
m. over WPTV Channel. 5 as a Increase of more than-$300,- be held under the new rules, it was Unhurt =_ and Queen of Hearts" at tie annual
public service by WPTV. 000 In the value of Florida fresh pointed out by city otft ctall. heart ball lain year.
: 'The purpose of the Student's TV fruit.and vegetables purchased by Kenneth Warren and ,Franklin Accident The ,McClelland 'live in Canal
Reception is to identify Incoming l Winn-Dixie Stores, ln&, on the W. Kelley are incumbents, who Point and Mrs. ,Mae works'in the
and prospective student with the Pahokee market during the 1964- will in all probability be in thf office of Associate County Agent
S Alumni Association, establish a 65 growing season was reported running for the two-year seats rn A Tuesday automobile mishap John Causey la the Glades Office
relationship among these, students today. the commission. north of Canal Point proved to be Building Mao I t. the county vex
their.parents, and the,Association Purchases during the season Just Kelley recently was elected to lucky for those who were in the trans officer and spends his time
'. and to indoctrinate and Inform ended totaled $2, 98.210 comparedwith fill out the unexpired term of A. wreck. Jessie C. Slmonds, Jr., of between Pahokee and Belle Glade.
.f.. larger numbers of Florida $2,233.047 during the 1963-64 R.Grisby,who resigned last spring Pahokee was driving south on Mrs. Mae hasn't felt good for

.. II( residents as to their present day growing seasoa These representeda due.. to. ill health.Routine .. US441 when a car behind him driv- several days and a Belle Glad
"y University of Florida. Dr. Earl G. total of 1,866 carload comparedwith en by Aubrey A. Hitchcock 16, of physician made the decision to
Rogers, Professor of Agronomy 1,591 cars last year. Freight BusinessFor Canal Point rammed him from the send her to the Coral Gable insti
Th Slmonds youth had slowed tution. Mt. Mae went along for a
will attend. Faculty Representative and Ice cost amounted to $340,272. rear.
". and Mike Berryhlll will attend -', These fruits and vegetables Farm Board down for a tractor that was routine heart check up. Their
r as Student Representative. found their way into shopping ., proceeding south on the highway. friends the Glades will be thinking
,., Both win participate in a panel) basket in many' of Whin-Dixie's; Chairman Roswell Harrington The crash occurred when the about them while they are under -
discussion at Jbe end of the tel1- 666 supermarkets throughout the presided over a meeting Wednesday group of youngsters were returning treatment.. .
i" South. of the Agricultural Stabilization from a swimming party. Other
'.. \ cast.All Alumni and their wives or ThNU purchase emphasize our : and Conservation Service pa.uenrerilD the car were unhurt. I Mrs. Bit Farrow and Mr*. Doris
\ husbands are urged to attend.and continuing policy of doing business Board when it met Wednesday at Damage to the vehicle was set at Sasser and son James Paul have
area the Glades Office Building. Associate $300. gone on a three weeks vacation in
Join in hosting these local students in our own operating
and parent Those planning to attend wherever possible," said Joe -A. I County Agent John }I. Causey Young Hitchcock was charged Lo Angeles Calif. They will visit
please can M6-6444 no later .Adam, m charge of perUhable I said the monthly session was to with following too closely behind Dt.In.e1Lan4 and other sights of

r'!" than. Friday. August" 6th. mercba.-U- -"'' .. a .. ..tandle- .. .routine(. .. .w.Yy business.. II'a car.1. ,. .. HI'" 1..e... .....10/..' i&Urest



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Mr. and Mrs JrM.nk: I3hpenberg
digging under most' fences. How- Miss Fran Arnold
had as guests for dinne/- Sunday
ever, you can solve this problem
Honored At ShowerA his mother and gn, iclmo er. Mrs.
quickly by installing a wire mat on Betty Rosenberg std ''Mb; braceRosenberg

the ground outside the fence. The calling shower In complimentto also Mr._ and Mrs Hal

mat should be "about 18 inches Miss Fran Arnold, brtde-elect Rosenberg, alt: ef Afce rth.

wick and fastened securely to the of Ralph D. Jones, was held at the i '

posts. home of Mrs. Mae Thielen in Pa- ;T THE CIRCUIT COtoKT Of 'TBnnrwmr

Lastly, you're not going to keep hokee from 8.00 to 10:00: Thursday FLORIDA DTANPFOB JUDICIAL cmcttor rUj or*

the bear out with just the fence. night Miss Arnold's marriageto BEACH cotnrnr.

However when you add electricityto Mr.. Jones win be an event at ISABELLA IN CHANCERY THOMAS. SC1CB-B t

it and the mat that' another I the Pahokee Methodist Church FUlntlffPrfendanfr :

story.A Friday, August &. --s.cHSBTlR .- ::

transistorized controller builtto Hostesses! assisting Mrs. Thle- TBOIIA8 ::

operate with a 6-volt battery, len were Mrs. Edytrte Smith, Florence NOTICE or stir

The Rardin! Bjiiildjng. In Canal Point, Florida yet equalling or exceeding the out- Keen, Elsie Epstein, JackieBulllngton TO ADPRESS cHBarm UjnCNOWW THOMAS

put of most controllers designed Erraa Ix>I Clark and You are Hereby *o lfU t dint a
'f.H11.LAlQ!; OigCECHOBEE REGION HOME OF for a 110-volt power supply does :a Vivian McKtostiy. I suit &M been filed against you In the
above entitled cause; end tfrtf you ass
good job. The color scheme used by the hereby required to ills yow anSwer mother
THE EVERGLADES NEWS The enimated cost to build an hostesses were yellow and white. written defense wars tbe GUctc
of the Circuit Court of Palm, Be oet
eleqtric fence large; enough to enclose The table was laid with lace over County Florid and to eer** *ot>T
eultr! trip I .QI(epcggee.Farming Regio) wltbgytInterruption \ 5Q-6Q colonies taps a little J yellowy WUa yellow net under- I thereof upon FialntUf Atkr ., P*
Week for 40( Years'Established ..
Every T. Ad. 181 South Lab Areaue. Perbokee. -
over $200, according to the specialist skirt. The floral arrangement was
Florid, not Utter than August
March 11,<1024 Published Every Friday of yellow and white spring flow ]:s. 196; IT you fall to 00 e*. decree pre

Subscjjptjpn: Price $2.00 Year In Advance Unless enough "shocking power" ers. The punch was served from a confeuo irtll be entered against you for
the relief demanded In the eompteUlt,
ia available, a determined bear aft- silver punch bowl and the table The nature of said suit being for UTorceL -
The lfverS News Is entered!; at the Post Office .
er honey will win out by either going was lighted by a pair of yellow
Jn Capal point, liprlda, as StcoiuJ Clasp Hatter_ WITNESS my band and sea}. tkie
over, under or through the three-tire candelabra. lath day of July I9O
Paul Rardin ;. Owner, Editor, Publisher fences you've built The hostesses' gift to the bride- JOHN B DONBXB:
Clerk or the Circuit Court
elect was a set of stainless. steel (Circuit Beat)
Mrs. Howard Holman and family silverware. Court y THADDIJI P. PLANT
State Ecojiy b Florida's Rears .
have returne home after A> I mi Deputy a.
PtlbU .b: July 19;, ;; Ads I U ip
., with hv wonjs, Mr. ao.4 Nancy Spell of Georgia is visiting Don T. aigeAttorney .!:

Ahead} Last Year Destroy Many Bees'GAINES N.Mrs.C,Gaston Fisher, in ,Belmont I I.Mrs.her W. J.aunt Adams.and uncle: Mr. ant) Pahokee 181 South, HflfW for Lake Plaintiff Avenue

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Florida's econqmjr at mid.-year ILE-Surpri'er! Flor-

:Mood well ahead,pf J.9j54 as mea ;. ida has bears. >. +(" ) ")(* .H < .. ...

ured by the principal devices, the They destroy thousands of dollars
worth of bee colonies and honey in .
Florida State Chamber of Comjnfrce -
the state each year. t. t
pointed out i in Its Weekly I ,
In addition to these direct losses, "l" .
Business Review) released yester F. A. Robinson assistant apicul- :

day. turalist with Florida's Agricultural -

"Jobs held and money earned Experiment Stations, says bee- $; Phone 9245511Pahokee Phone WY 6-2550 Belle Glade h
showed the moat slgniflcent in keepers are kept from using thous-

all ands of acres of good bee pasturage .
creases. Employment types f SALES and SERVICE
because bears make it too hazardous -
was up S per cent over a year ago c. stiA
and personal Income was runningat to put bees In these areas. ..!.
Heating Air A.
an annual rata of 8. per cent Generally thy' give us the most .. Conditioning Appliances
last trouble in the "state's national '.

over, "Bank debits year., a good gauge of parks" where some of the best bee -t}.:...> .)(..:..>.:.- .>.:..:.<.<...}-->.:. ? .>(f.)..)..).}.>.:. <)..>-o+

Vuslnesa pasturage is found, Robinson says.
activity, showed an 8 per
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were up about the same degree. game preserves and destruction of

"Sales tax collections were 12 wildlife is prohibited\ or strictly

per cent over 1964 and gasoline regulated,! beekeepers )lays long

hales amounted to & per cent more. sought an inexpensive but reliable Now

"Real as these gains are there methpd for promoting' their, coknloa dirty dishes

ware some disappointing feature* ,
An electric fence with a wire
of the state's economy at mid- ,
'1965.: New business incorporations mat around, ihe out perimeter

Were formed at a rate of about a I of the enclosure is the best way. ofItopplng' do themselves

thousand a month, registering only bears from destroyingbjee
one per cent over 1964. Business colonies To find the best .

failures, the'other soft spot were fences to do the Job, we conducted

up 9 per cent and their liabilities tests over a three-year period, WITH
Were almost double 1964 as reported said Robinson. k
Several factors were taken into .
Dun A Bradstreet
consideration according to the re' '," ,1t '

A Good Bed la A searcher.has to be A easy suitable and cheap electric to build.fence I
Necessary ItemTALLAHASSEE It must also be dependable enoughto i ,. DISHWASHEREnds \

operate for several weeks. Since

Since you bears usually give the most troublein d' \ ; ,

spend about a third of your timeIn wilderness areas where electric
is not available the fence .
power :
bed one
a good bed is of your
most important and, necessaryhome must be designed to operate satisfactorily I ..,''' i'"I'
"when charged with a
/furnishings, say home economists
battery-powered fence controller. .. .
with the Florida Agricultural "
The tests show that the best
Extension Servlc ] .
fence to build is made from J ems *<
If you want a comfortable bed, JI; You'he forever from -..;
invest in, a hlglj, quality mattress. i standard woven wire 48 inches .111f \ e daily messy chore.
high. The fence Is fastened to the
A flrstdaw OMUrtis. wltf, jfte:
posts so that the bottom 001'815 at S
years 0.emea,and coxa:
lasting, :.
ground level, he said.
fort. I
,"Place a strand of barbed wire S
Modern mattresses comeIn
inches above the and
eight ground
three types late, fiber, inner-
another eight Inches above the top
aprlng. S. \ .
of the woven wire," Robinson \ \ -
The innerspring
variety gives adds. .
the greatest houyancy and most Costs Only Pennies
In of soils, ole '
adjustment to. your body. Metal areas light sandy ; Today cheaper

tied springs 'should. have at' leapt Mr. Bear has little difficulty In .,,,. tl tlii1I\ makes it*o easy electricity to afford. .", ,

18ft colls. If the coils are encased .. '
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in separate cloth units called I ,

'"pockets", the mattress should

.have 800 or mort coils. Classified Ads '; .

Examine the insulation and pad- .
ding. Soft padding: and firm tufts r "
POSITIVELY all.,want ads<< 01 :,
add to comfort and durability. .. ,
classifieds, as ) uWIsh to cat /1. ,
A cotton mattress Is made of \\jr' .
them are payable in advance iron ti ,
cotton, hair or kapok. It gives e
Ms day forward. Don't phone 'em /to//y Cleans i ,
firm support without much, J-
fe : ,
Write It.and diyp a dollar bill in
lience. Look for deep, uniform tuft- AUtomhNullY prt-rinces +,. y., '
the envelope if you want it run ,... and c
Ing and tailored, rolled edges.
once. $2 if you want it run twice aafiituee everything
Whichever mattress you select, and so on.tVMAT'S hi water hotter ,_ ,Saves Time
took for a. firm, closely woven thin hands can Gives you an extra
stand...and dries'am ......
colorfait cover wear. IN TIlE ATTIC that YO" hour each day Full-time Mother

doA't need A $1.00 classified ad aparMing.brightPlotscttfemilyheakhl' I and for f in ly-fun You WICIQ with VOW flmllv..'net the ....
BIRTHDAY' PARTY n this column I will probably find Aa the femBy tome an etetrie :

The horn of Mr,'and.Mrs. Melvin you a sale. Just write your ad, en- .....

Spooner. was the. 'scene: of a ole a dollar and we'll do the rest J..'

for their, The Everglade News Canal Point
birthday party daughter, ',
"oalrosctt .
'Mary NelL She celebrated her Fla.? : 'oocw t .

eighth birthday with sixteen of perfect '
mite '
FOR SALE New and Used
her girl friends to help. They were tidier kItCAM. "
served hot dogs, cake and ice Jeeps. Walter Ashley's Gang II.I...
in Belle Glade, Phone 6-3038. .
cream. I your appHtnee dealer. "i.r..; :
Oct. 17-04-ch: \ er punting '
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Mr.and Mrs.M.; M., Andrews and SEPTIC TANK Service availableby J', '

daughter, Judy, and friend, Linda calling me. We do excellent I :','_f'_,'

Butler, have returned home after work. Bob Durrance Phone FLORIDA; POWER & LIIHT( COMPANY, 'I.HUPS, BUILD PLORDA'i | 1 : "

a week's stay at Ft. Myers Beach.. 924-5268. Sept. 17 pd. ,:.

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New 33/eitiroi.


on O.avings Bonds.

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

you own now are better than ever


Cb.How does the new 3%% interest rate benefit me? check every six months lor the lifo of the Bond. 'k' 1at',
You buy E Bonds at 75% of face value and the
Jb With Series E Bonds, the rate turns $1&76 into I' t
S25.00 fourteen months faster than the old rate. interest accumulates to maturity. H Bonds provide<, ,'
Your savings increase faster, because Bonds income for living expenses, while E Bonds build a w
your'just 7 years, 9 months. nest egg for, the future. lliat's why many retiredpeople ,, ". I

.. With Series H Bonds, the 10-year maturity period bold education H'Bonds, buy and E Bonds.b families. saving for, say, achad's '
the but interest is paid each
y stays same more ;you
,' ;in months.With both E and H Bonds the'new,rate :In what denominations can I buy series E and series :r i' ,. :
works out to 2H%for the first year and shall;then H'Bonds?

a guaranteed 4% each year to maturity. &a B BoodI: $28 (COlt $18.15), $50 (cost $37.50), $100 ,

Q:When did the new rate become eflectnre? (cost 75.00, $200 (cost $150.00), $5 00. 3 i..z. .

A:,June 1, '1959. (cost 375.00), $1,000 (cost $750.00), ,#,',,J ,t,,' ,
$10,000 (cost 7500.00
.. "' .Cb Does the rate change the Bonds I bought before .
new HBon&: $ 00, $1,000, $5,000.and 10000. They ; .
iit June 1,1939? 'I' face value.Qt ,
are priced at \ '.'" ? :,.,. .,19 ;, .
J:All older E and H Bonds pay more now-an extra lit ,' '
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: rate? Qt Wbat If my Bonds should, be lost, stolen or d.. u "
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Ii I r PERSONAL t MS NOTESMr. t I Mildew Is Among Are State's On Phone The Increase Users i I winter th,Florida indicating tourist Telephone, less season's, reaction.closing'Corp ,the of

Problems In HomeDuring TALLAHASSEE:.Winter visitors I Ocala, for example added 304( to

__ I its total la May and Southeastern
made greater demands on the
and Mrs. Doyle Branyon nf: W. S. C. S. will have their regular periods of high humidity state's telephone companies than Telephone.CA la Tallahassee added

Melbourne returned home after a I I meeting August 2 at 8:00 following mildew can be a real problem.This ever before during the season Just I 378. Southern Belt was also serving
visit with her parents Mr. and an Executive Board Meeting ended, the Florida Public 4,500) more subscribers at the
:Mrs. W. S. Cross. They were accompanied :,at 7:30. is especially true if you havea Service Commission. end of May than: at the beginning
home by Mrs. Cross. new house because some new rate of
I particularly, reflecting: a more-
Mr. and Mrs. Thurston Butler woods contain amount of: I Smaller companies
,Mrs. F. S. Parrish and daughter, have as their guests Mr. and Mrs moisture says Miss Mary Todd, serving suburban and rural areas, than 1,000 phones a month greater
ia of 1964.
Debbie will spend a few days with Morris Werkheler and son, Randy Extension Home Economist for. I are continuing their steady grow than prevailed! May

her daughter and son-in-law Mr of Palatka and Mrs. Wonzel Lewis Palm Beach County. -

and Mrs. Bob Maxson and 'grand I and children Donnie and Brenda, Molds are always in the air but

son, Todd, in Boca Raton. of Sault Saint Marie Mich. the ones that cause mildew need

Frank Branch spent a few days Mr. and Mrs. Joe Hatton, Jr., moisture, warmth and poorly aired In Florida,

with grandmother, Mrs. Branch and family returned home from a poorly lighted surroundings to ,; -
In Pompano.. weekend in Thomasvllle Ga grow. after a day's fishing I \', .
It's easier to prevent mildew : .
Mrs. L. C. Lombard and children Dr. and Mrs. F. H. Poteete and than to repair the damage. T:> beefs the one... t '. ,
Lisa and Linda, of Miami family left this week for a vacation prevent mildew keep your horn
spent the weekend with her parents with his relatives in MIssis- well aired and the atmosphere as
taste ,
for gt
Mr. and Mrs. J. H.I:Miller In sippi. dry as possible. Store only clean good ,
Canal Point articles and keep them dry well ) l' i
Mr. and Mrs. Richard Nason and
ventilated and exposed to light. good
and Simonds and returned this week from a
Mr. Mrs. J. C. family Air-conditioning Is one of the T i 4t
daughter Karen, spent the week- vacation at the beach. best ways to prevent mildew In
end in Lakeland visiting relatives.
Mr. and Mrs. Sam McKinstry, the home as it reduces humidity as
They were accompanied home by
Jr., took their son, Breezy and much as 30 per cent.Miss .
their Ellen, who
daughter Mary
Steve and Ernest Johnson to St. Todd points out that greasy
has been visiting up there. Andrews Camp at Avon Park fora films on walls and other surfaces

week. From there Mr. and Mrs. contain nutrients on which mil

fdrd. McKinstry and son, Buddy went dew organisms thrive. Cleanliness

Mr. and Mrs. Otis Lawson and to Lakeland where Mr. McKlnstry helps to prevent growth of mildew

family.i ., had a docttor's appointment.Mr. spores. ,
i During muggy weather, shut eslWherever
and Mrs. W. M. Weathersand and Mrs. Sam McKinstry doors and windows to keep muchof
family and J. L. Humphries and Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Spoonerand the moist air outside.Open win.

i have gone to Salerno for several families will spend a few daysof dows when outside air is dry.

I days fishing. this week at.. .Salerno... Take advantage of cool night
I shower stalls, bathrooms
air to freshen
Those spending the weekend in CARD OF THANKSI
and other musty areas. An
west end were Mr. and Mrs. Rup- want to thank each and ,
every electric fan helps to force warm, you fish for sport-on the
ert Mock Mr. and Mrs. Rogers one who was so kind during my T'
moist air out and to circulate fresh
Mr. and Mrs. George Wedgworth stay in the hospital, for every ocean, by the booming surf or on some

Mr. and Mrs. ,Lewis",*-"Friend. and kind deed, prayers, flowers, cards air.A dehumidlfer used in the base quiet country pond, it's great at the end

Billy Rogers. and gifts. ment will help to prevent mildew of the day to head for a rewarding glass of? beer. '

Mr. and Mrs. F. S. Parrish and .Kathy. Maxson and a musty smell,Miss Todd adds.A While
you're talking over the ones that got away,
daughter, Debbie, returned home low-wattage electric light
this week from a vacation at Ft. burning continuously In a poorly Dr pan-frying the ones that didn't, you enjoy the

If Myers Beach. ventilated closet may provide hearty taste and cool refreshment only a glass of
enough heat to prevent mildew.
k Mrs. J. A. Reeves will attend the Commercial anti-mildew preparations beer can give you so well. Yes whatever your

";/ School of Missions this week in are useful in destroying mil sport-bowling or strolling golfing or gardeninga
1"/I Lakeland. She is the representative
dew-forming fungus. frosty glass of beer makes a
: for the Pahokee W. S. C. S. Of QjjRUTV For a free bulletin on mildew .

\ Mr. and Mrs. Lester Hand re- revcntion. and' removal call the accompaniment.

turned home Friday from their vacation Extension Home Economics A- UNITED STATES BREWERS ASSOCIATION. INC. W

gents office OV 3-1252. ", .: 0 BOX 273 WINTER PARK,FLORIDA '
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her father in Marlanna._

Mr. and Mrs. Harry Elarbee and

,I son, Kirk spent the week at Ft.

:,: Myers IN THE Beach.CIRCUIT COURT OF Till.!: '





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above girl.styled PATRICIA Court (or ANN adoption WATFORD of Infant -

a-k-a DAUOHTRSY born at Lake

Worth July 22nd.Palm IBM Beach to County DIANA Florida SUSAN on. THAT'YOUNG HO'SPIRIT IN YOUR CAR Jf":::,.
DAUOHTREY. You are hereby commanded
to ills with the above Court
'the original of your Answer or other
defense on or before the 18th day of Thiee great new gasolines by
August 1945 and immediately there- ,
after serve a copy of Mid Aniwer,or Standard. Set your course now
other defense upon CHARLES BaUTHRIDOH for
Attorney at Law. City Standard, and fill your car J.
Center Building Late Worth, Florida; with new Chevron the .
otherwise the allegation of said Pe liveliergasolines.
UUon will be taken M confessed ,by Packed with new sparkling
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Clerk of Circuit Court whisper-quiet. Try Chevron-for power "
(cntcurr COURT BEAD vThaddle ter? : that's livelier
driving that's
P. Plant fun. Steer for
Deputy Clerk your Standard station where
CHARLES B. ODTURIDQE 1 we take better
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118-220 City Center :Building
Lake Worth, Florida
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men have never gone In much for alienee. own family's. future, you're helping Uncle -:

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1 r many ways-in Congress,in local government, as Patrick Henry did 'In his famous speech. aN/

in neighborhood activities. Some speak out for Butyou speak every bit as surely. And every i'f

4 4 freedom in other languages, in other lands. bit as proudly 4. .

. And millions of Americans speak out for freedom Why not'speak out for freedom now? Buy' :

every time they buy U.s. Sayings Bonds. Bonds at the bank or on the Payroll Savings 'j ;' "

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SIX The'Evergladea New, Canal Point, Florida 4IiY.lurj SO.1Gs

I :News :: Of The:':ChurchesSt. ]: i UpiYk\ I'

Peter's Lutheran First Baptist Canal Point

Church, Belle Glade Church, Pahokee Baptist Church

August Koerber Pastor Guthrie W.-Colvard, Pastor Lawrence Stewart, Pastor QYt i+ '
601 W. Lake Ed. SUNDAY: IH,
Belle Glade SUNDAY ,
SUNDAY: 9:43 a. m.-Sunday School 9:45 a. m.-Sunday School
Divine Services 11 A. !L 11:00 a. m.-Morning Worship 11:00 a. m.-Morning Worship ,
School 9:45: A' :M. 6:30 p.:,m.-Training Union 6:30 p. m. Training Union
.. 7:30 p. m.-Evening Worship
7:45: p. m.-Evening Worship 4

Holy Nativity WEDNESDAY: WEDNESDAY 7:30 p. m.-:Prayer :MeetingInsurance
,7:30 p., m.-Prayer Service a .
Episcopal 'ChurchPahokee "!" I

First Baptist Concerns

Church Canal Point
Rev. William Pickets, Vicar
the several hundred thous- Dr. R. R. Long will be out of his

SUNDAY" 8:00 A. M.-Holy Communion Rev. James Harrison Insurance and visitors who filled In a Devel- office, on vacation, from August
SUNDAY: company regional home offices in opment Commission questionnaire,
o 1 through August 15. Mrs. R. D.
9:45 a. m.-Sunday' School Florida are becoming big business 71 per cent said they enjoyed Welker and children arrived from-
First Methodist 11:00 a. m.-Morning Worship I I under a new program designed to beaches and swimming! more than St. Paul, Minnesota, on Monday to
Church.Pahokee 6:30 p. m.-B. T. C. bring more of them to the Sun.. any of Florida's other attractions. visit with her parents, Dr. and
7:30 p. m.-Evening Worship' shine State in the months ahead. Many made multiple choices, Mrs. R. R. Long: and Rammie. Mrs.

John A. Briley, Pastor WEDNESDAY: Thirteen companies and groupsof with 56 per cent placing the state's Welker plans to visit for three
SUNDAY 7:30 p. m.-Midweek Prayer companies with regional officesin atmosphere of fun and relaxation weeks and will go with her par
9:45 a. m.-Church School Servicechurch .. .. the state reported they had high on their lists. Natural ,scene ents to Fort :Myers Beach.
more than $471 millions in insur .
11:00 a. m.-Morning Worship ry drew praise from 39 per cent, m
7:45, p. m.-Evening Worship Of Christ i ance premiums in force, and had commercial attractions from 22 VISIT IN VIRGINIAMrs.
pair more than $l8.millions in salaries per cent and fishing and hunting Bill Shackf ord and daughter

The Methodist Church 125 N, W. Avenue D last year. State Insurance from 19 per cent. Mrs. Judy Dermody, left Wed
Phone WY 6-3887 : Commissioner and Treasurer -+..-- nesday for Machiponga, Va., and
Canal Point'Florida Belle Glade,' Fla. Broward pllams reports. Mr. and Mrs.John Amsdorff and New York City. While in Virginia
SUNDAY SERVICES The insurance commissioner son, John, from Boca Raton visit- they will visit her son, Richard
Edward F.: Norton, Pastor 10:00 a. m.-Bible Study ".' launched'an intensive drive 0 to ed her parents, Mr; and Mrs. Shackford, and her sister, Mrs.
SUNDAY: 11:00 a. m.-Morning Worship bring additional regional home offices Lloyd Mullis, of Pahokee. Roberta Smith.7a1.nt .
9:45 a. m.-Sunday School 7:30 p. m.-Evening Worship. to Florida when he was appointed
11:00 a. m.-Morning Worship WEDNESDAY last January, and the pro- I

6:45 p. m.-Evening Worship 7:30 p. m.-..Bible Study ject has met ever-increasing suc
TUESDAY: cess.The
8:00 p. m.-Woman's Society Glades Baptist Church regional home office pro-
1st TuesdayWEDNESDAY gram, according to Williams, has ENJOY OEUGHTFU1 SUMMER
: (Rev Jonathan L. Wolf): already begun to net major dividends WEEKENDS OA VACATIONS At LOW RATES
for Florida, both in capital
7:30 m.-Prayer
p. Meeting
Meets in Pahokee Lions Club
Building outlay projects to provide build &ead SItoU4
ings for new operations and for
The Church Of,God SUNDAY SClIOOI.r- ;U a. m.
employee salaries. These regional
PREACHING-11:00: a. m. and :
Of Prophecy, PahokeeCanal 7:30 p. m. home officers are spread throughout Weekend Specialson
the state with Jacksonville
Point Road
SUNDAY B. Y. F,-6:30 p. m.
leading the field, with a total of
WED. PRAYER-7:30 m.
10: a. .-Sunday School I ,-p. eight companies 'and groups ofcompanies. Beautiful
11:00 a. m.-Preaching Service .
.*nC,7:45 p. Evangelistic Migrant] Workers .. -!' SINGER ISLAND I

X Service Tourists SpendingOn FLORIDA ,
8:00: p. m. Tuesday V.L.B. .'
jm 8:00 p. m. Thursday-W JIB. Program StartedST Increase In '64* I
music Everyone and singing. Special TALLAAASEEloridatour' ? Championship 18 Hole GOLF Cotirses-and
"" *-. ""*" PETERSBURG-A $626,410
ists estimated $2,586- Fabulous Ocean and Lake FISHING
program to aid migrant farm spent an Daily
(:. St. Catholic
i Mary's
M workers and their families in 14 387,000 during 1964, establishingan
ChurchFather Florida counties moved into high increase of $63,991,000 over the I SWIMMING, SKIN DIVING WATER SKIING and BOATING ?

gear recently as the program ,director previous year, according to Development film Buck Shores motel. Hotel and apartment accommodations art now offered it
arrived in St. Petersburgfrom special.IM UMM rates located directly M the Atlantic OCIM. this Island paradise
Francis Fennech, Pastor Commission Chairman to urmndtd by 12 foil,counts tor daily Ole Drift-flslunf, (at iptclal rates, chart*
Sunday Mass- 11:30 a. m. Washington to assume his Charles W. Campbell. If outboard rtoUU-wUI btllgM awry angler, fctnf your em boat there's eicellaotdocUnf
Confessions before Mass new post. The, figures were included in and UuncMi* facilities One ai rTomJii finest batWn. Naches Is ktr*.
I o Dr.Thomas P. Hardeman, vice the Commission's annual report on haa a*.tonpcwht waged or tonfoi to tile fain teaches. VMt or write today.

South Side ChurchOf president and deputy director of visitors to Florida, their spending 430 ACCOMMODATIONS
Community Service Foundation of
habits, their modes of transportation
ChristBelle Largo, which is supervising the and the factors that caused 'AUI IIAOI shoe IUSINUSMIN'I USOCIA1IONp
federally financed Florida program them to choose the Sunshine. Stateas 0. son lass IMIIA IIACM ftA.
Glade across from ,welcomed the arrival of pro. a vacation area. ...... ear r a....... r M .. .... weaa re.
gram, director Altn,E. 'O skin. .
Rd 80 Average
Bowling Alley on dally expenditure per nAw ---
m.-Bible Guskln, a former Peace Corps estimated
1000 a. Study person for the 14,484,692
11:00 a. hi.-Morning Worship volunteer in Thailand and most recently tourists in 1964 was $15.76. Fig. Ao01peCiTY
director Division of _
of the IfA1I
6:30: p. m.Evening Service ures for 1963 showed $14.80 was
7:30 p. m.-Wed. Bible Study. ,: Volunteer Evaluation and Placement spent per person for 14,208,279
: ;for VISTA,, said h"Ui'
work by making a statewide tour
The Pahokee ChurchOf of the migrant:progrtm'a regional

The Nazarene offices.
Regional offices have been established

in Bra ento p,.Ft.Myers,
'! F Rev.433 Bacom Willard Point KllpatrlcK Rd. I Belle Glade: Waist W Ft.: Pferctwjth : '
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Phone SUNDAY 924-7528 SERVICES P.: 0. Box 882' headquarters.) fir Petersburg, .1.'!' as J taking Building/ .' ; ;

9:45 a. m.-Sunday School
11:00 a. m.-Sunday Worship I Scholarship J# Won
I 6:30 p. m.-Juniors Palmetto Youth I THEN YOU'LL WANT TO' SEE US!
I 7:00 ,
p. m.-Sunday Evening

Evangelistic Service G 1ISY Peter
WEDNESDAY" : Hauer1, 23, of LLIrlfae r tto, has, beenaferdedv t If your Summer,vacation is over and you are thinking of
7:30 p. in.-:Midweek Pray&;, the
-' li65j} t $500, RalstonPurina'Conapany I
meetinlg. scholarship', building a new homeyou'll want to come and see Ever-
"Where, you are a stranger but the University of Florida} \

once". Hauer la a senior animal science glades Federal in.Belle Glade or at 'our branch office in
-4' !atudenta4r th u.m ZfFitY.atbao ,

Church Of God, of to Mrs..,Julia.(. Hauer" ..'of Palmet: ,\ Pahokee. You.will:fin t

Barfield -Highway; :has, 'Since been,his breeding father/a horses.dea\h,on_Hautr the very helpful when it comes to making plans for a new

A.L.Pahokee Stone,,llinliter Fla.. family's finance small his farm college near education.The Palmettoto homed the money to build it. :Drop by either place

Phone 924.,..,. scholarship announcement
SUNDAY" : was made'byTt. C.'Eaton,ftrectbr and make inquiry. You'll' .be.glad you did

0:45: a..m.-Sunday School of public relations for the Ralston
11:00 a. m.-Momlng Worship I I Purina Company after a recommendation I

1:30 p. Evangelistic' Sir by Dean: .Agriculture! ; FEDERAL
viceTUESDAY Marvin A. Brooker, t (EVERGLADES
: Haur is a member of the UF
III 7:30 p. nu-Youth for Chriat livestock judging team and Is sjqtive i 1 Sayings And Loan AssociationACCOUNTS
ServiceMr. In Block &Bridle club for ani
mal science students.

.and lira. J. V. Thomas, Jr., He hopes to work as a county Pa Qk e. Belle, GladeI
Ji rtj **!* two, ..agricultural, arent, after attend* '
I We-Hrf vlcatioh liT the Sfaoky ing graduate school at the University.

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vious. This total Included $70 mill these changing credit demands of committed only five errors in 15
Banks Still Major ion In loans and 82 million in farm the state's farmers." It's Just Habit For games. This combination makes it
mortgages. At the same time understandable why the Icemen
The Increased use of credit by '
Source Of CreditFlorida $150 million in farm loans Was Products have a four game lead.
held by life Insurance companies; fanners, according to :Mr. ,Mock, City Larry Marsh of I. A. M. leads
$53 million by the Federal Land has been accompanied by a'substantial the league with 9 home runs although
banks remain a major Banks; $94 million by Production gain in the total assets of After a one-week delay becauseof he hasn't hit one in his
source of credit and other financial Credit Associations; and $7 millIon farm families. Therefore, In the the Florida Little Major League last eight games. He is also tops
services according to Rupert in nonreal estate loans plus ,aggregate, the equity position of playoffs in F&hokee, the Glades with 27 runs batted in. Tony La-
Mock, President, Bank of Paho- $10 million In real estate loans by farmers, contrary to public opin- Fast-Pitch Somali League will resume tour of Glades Chevrolet has the
kee, who represents the Florida the Farmers Home Administration. ion, is being maintained at a satis- play. City Products hasa beet batting average, .488.<<
Bankers Association as Palm About 41 per cent of the pro- factory level. Nationally, farm four game lead. Thp defending W L GB
Beach County Advisor Banker., duction credit extended by lending families have $193 billion of their I champions have won 14 of their City Products- 14 1
Based on the 24th annual farm Institutions to \,Florida. tanners own; funds,invested in agriculture.This first 15 games the last 11 in a Rashley'a 11 6 <4
lending summary of the Agricultural came from banks. represents 84 per cent of tho Glades Chev. -,- 876
Committee of the American Mr. Mock said that "bankers In I total capital requirements of farm- row.The league leaders. have the Loxahatchee 7 10 8
Bankers Association, Mr. Mock reported Florida are conscious of the large ers leading pitcher in Phil "Bonnsll I. A. M. Local 2 10 10%
that at the beginning of the capital investments required In :Mr. 'Mock stressed the, import- ((13-1) with 143' strikeouts: They Geneva's -. 4 12 10%
year, Florida banks were helping agriculture today and are making ance of fanners and bankers work- have seven hitters batting over
farmers with $122 million in I a concerted effort through Improved -I ing closely together to improve .320, with five men with 2 home CLASSIFIED; ADS PAY
22 per cent more than a 10000000'I r lending programs to meet I farm financial arrangements. runs or more. Their defense has BIG DIVIDENDS

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