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The Bank of

Refinery Construction Will I Belle business Glade next will Thursday open officially: morningat for Beef Cattlemen's Field DayIs

9:30: at m., according to Presi-

Start Soon, In Hendry Cow dent evening"Open E.House"before B. McDaniel.from will 4 be An p.held m.official until the Set For Thurs., Nov. 14 : I

7 in order that Glades folks
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Word from Savannah is to the I Lake Lytal HasA : may see first hand exactly what Dan Griffith Dies Everglades Experiment Station
effect that Savannah Sugar Refinery the new financial institution Is will be the scene of "Beef Cattle I
Corp., will in the not too' Heart Attack like.An Following IllnessDaniel men's Field Day" next Thursdaywith
distance future start construction I innovation in Glades banking the program getting under-
,01 of a new refinery In Hendry coun- County Commissioner Lake hours is being set up by the new Evan Griffith, 63, of St. way at 9 a. m. The program will
ty to be located immediately south Lytal, veteran member of tha bank in 'that regular banking Petersburg, died Sunday. Mr. be as follows: Registration, Wel..
of the Okeelanta Railroad spur+on board, is In,Good Samaritan Hos- hours of 9:30 a. m. until 2 p.'m. Griffith was a retired construc- I come, Blackstrap molasses for
the Coast Line on SR823. (Indian pital this week, recovering from a will be in force on Monday, Tues- tion engineer. He had lived in St. beef catlte, H, L.I Chapman, Jr.; ,
Reservation Road.) heart attack. day, Wednesday, Thursday and Petersburg 13 years, moving from Sugarcane bagasse for cattle feed,
The new refinery will be the last i Lytal was stricken at his home, longer hours-until 5:30 p. m. on Lee burg. He was a member of the W. G Kirk; Sorghums for cattle
word in modern sugar refining over the weekend. Friday-will be the order of the Methodist Church.Mr. feed, F. T. Boyd; ,Supplementing
machinery and will be housed In anew Monday his condition' was, reported day for patrons of the bank. It i. Griffith is survived by his yearling steers on, pasture, C. E,
structure 210x204 feet, with as satisfactory and he is thought that the five-thirty clos- widow, Mrs Zelma Dokej a daughter Haines. ,
full air conditioning. Officials of expected to be away from his office ing on Friday will give growers Mrs. Doris Graves of Jack- Recess; Summer perennial legumes -
the refinery told this newspaper for several weeks. and packing houses a few extra sonville; a con: Carl of Ft. Meade, for sandy soils, A. E. Kret-
a few months ago when they were .& . hours in which: to secure their a brother, Thomas of Winter Haven schmer, Jr.; New grasses for organic
looking for a refinery site that weekend payrolls as none of the ; a sister, Mrs. M. D. Geiger of soljs) R.'J. Allen.Jr.{ .Vltamfns "
100 people will be employed as a Local Carnival Is banks in this area open on Satur- Canal Point, and three grandchild- A and E, and. stllbestrol for .
permanent staff and that the re- day. The Drive-In window will be ulcers, H. I* Chapman, Jr.; Production *' '
igotry will be operated year round.' open Monday through Thursday testing; M. E:, Pace:>> ; Select-
"A letter from Lawton W Cal- A Money SuccessThe 9:30: a. m. until 3:00: p. m. and on ren.PaliokecEleven ing beef cows fo '"production, R. ,
Jioun, president of the refinery, Friday until 5:30 p. m.. ToBttIeSeajt W. Kidder; Research ,related to ,
states "Our company Is delightedthat Mr McDaniel announced the bee catUe production ,VvIn
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its plans for ,a new refinerywill Annual Canal Point P. T: following appointments,of t department -,:' :; ekr J'----"", .r "" ,
further cement relations with AJalowean Casnivalr wasJti heltt header w the'm Sta"trb?'TTSridaT'where "wr, Thursday evening the school 'vice president and cashier Mr. present .t.&tuIand future of ,I'
have done business for more than grounds from 6 until 9:30 p. m. Michael comes to the area from cattle industry' in south; Florida:
46 years. The cafeteria opened at six and Orange Park, Fla, where he was The Pahokee Blue Devils will Moderator, T. J. Cunha; Glades
Not only do we purchase a very served chill, hot dogs, hamburgers, ca.shlerot the Orange Park State meet the highly touted Seacrest County, Billy Bass;; Hendry Coun-
large volume of raw sugar from pie, cokes and coffee all evening.The Bank. He formerly worked with squad from Delray Beach-Boyn- ty, Frank Polhill; Okeechobee
the Everglades area_ amounting to booths and rides were set up the Barnett National in Jackson- ton tonight on Lair Field in Paho> I County Cliff Boyles; Palm Beach
well over $45,000,000 for the 1962- on the front lawn of the school. ville and the North Side Bank in kee. The local lads are in top County M. U. Mounts; Broward
63 crop, but Florida has always First Grade, Dart Game, $1655; Jacksonville before going to shape for the,battle and local fans County, Bob \Pryor; St., Lucie.. .
been one of our largest marketing Second, popcorn and snowballs Orange- Park. are promised a treat at'8.15: when County. Hugh; Whelchel: High., .,
areas for refined sugars. $12.80; third, Pony rides, $12.60; installment Loan Depart- the battle starts. lands County:Bert- Harris; M-'r-;
We look forward"eagerly to this fourth Candy and cupcakes, ment Is being set up in the bank Last week the local eleven wentto tin County, Levi Johnson. I
new relationship and have keen $1989; fifth, fishpond, $23.30; and hours for this special depart- Stuart where they won easily A field trip will conclude the
awareness of the opportunity that sixth, cake walk $9858; seventh, ment have been set Monday over the hapless Stuart team bya program.
this new venture presents." candy, apples, surprise packageand through Thursday at 9:30: a. m. lopsided score of 32 to 7* .- ,...--
The property, comprising SO cold drinks $29.20; eighth, until 3:00: p. m. and from 9:30: a. Harold Peacock scored three 'South
acres on the west side of SR 823 spook house in the auditorium, m. until 5:30 p. m. on Friday. touchdowns and Pahokee made Bay Bonds
at the railroad crossing, is aboutone $24.64.' The country, store, $60.83; Theodore Blauser is to be in more than 300 yards net rushing
and three-quarters miles south hayride,' $1405 and the P. T. A. charge of the installment loan de- to wallop winless Stuart, 327. WaterExpansioi
of McDuffie's corner. food booth in the cafeteria, $lU.- partment and he comes to the Peacock's burst boosted his t
. Glades from Ocala, where he was scoring leadership to 88 points, as
55.The costume parade was held at connected with the Florida Na- compared to runnerup Charles The thriving 11 ttild'city of South
Funeral-Services tional Bank. Thompson of Belle Glade with 36.
7 around the sidewalk in'
p. Bay ia''fast on, its'"way d I to relieve
+ front of the school The drawing Mr. McDaniel said the Head Teller rollowing are Harold Wise of Lake some of 1t./groWlnr'pain., in that
For Pat Carroll for the door prizes was hel dat 8:30 : will be Mrs. Roberta V. Ferguson Worth, Russ Gielow of Vero and a better water supply Is in the
coming from Douglas, Geor- Bill Whitman of Riviera all with
with Paul Rardin acting as Master I offing. For years the city hM '.,
where she with the Farmers 30 points and George Streetmanof
of Ceremonies. The prize donors I gia was ,purchased water from Belle Glade
f Funeral services were held at and winners were? Canal ,Point Bank for 11 years after work- Vero, 25. : and now the city will go Into the
graveside at Port Mayaca on Pharmacy, Wilfred Pullen; Canal : Ing ,with the Coffee, County Bank SEASON'S RECORD ,water business on,Us own.
'.' Monday afternoon for Pa;Carroll. Point Department Store. ColemanConleyEcholiCrocery for: two years., Belle Glade"6. ', 0 1 A $375,000 water revenue bond
'f' SI:'who died in West Palm Beach ; Joe Carr; T h'e, ,bookkeeping department Vero Beach' ''3 0-1 issue by,South Bay was validated
where he had lived' for years since retiring from servic Boe's, F..,F/Burrr Sears Hardware, ep rie'Milner of Lanett, Alabama Seacrest 4 1 0 Judge James JV, Knott.
station operation in Canal Point .. '..' -w where she was with the Valley National McCarty 4 2 0 I The bonds'are't '' be issued In
**- Father Francis Fennech in Dutch Auction held Bank for Lake Worth 2 4 0
,: was A was on an many years denomination of $5,000 each maturing -
charge of the services. iron given by Herman's Electric.The Curtis Thompson, Jr., of Belle Palm Beach 2 4 0 l Jan. 1, 1999
Mr. Carroll was a long-time resident -, I iron made $10.35. The carnival Glade will be a trainee' in book Forest Hill 1 5 0 The court validation is th next
of Canal Point where he op was well attended with fun for keeping, public relations and the Riviera Beach 1 6 0 step toward the actual bond IB. ,
erated the Gulf Station and won a teller department. Stuart 0 5 0 uanee, The ,proceeds are to be
wide circle of friends who will regret The new Bank of Belle Glad ... . used for the construction and ,
to hear of his passing., Several all.Corn Is a home-owned and home-ope- acquisition of additions, extensions i
of his long-time friends paid Holds At $2 ated bank with the following Revival Will End and improvements the water
their last respects at the graveside members on the board of directors system of the city.: : t
service Monday afternoon. : C. A. (Mutt) Thomas, Lake Repayment, :will ,be from the i
. Beans Sell At $3.25Sweet Harbor grower; Robert D. Apel- Wednesday, Nov. 13The water revenges" ,and from tho
MUCH DIXIE CRYSTALSThe gren, Pahokee grower; Joe Tom utilities service taxes_ levied and
U. S. Sugar Corporationhuge Boynton, President of Seminole collected by,the city '
mill in Clewlston will grind corn m the Glades has Life Insurance Company; Robert Canal Point Baptist Church ... . .
cane from 44,429 acres of their been selling this week at $2 per E. Mathews, Belle Glade attorney; revival will be In progress through
own and 8,417 acres from Independent I crate 'with the demand not too George Royal, Jr., Glades mer Wednesday November 13th. Rev. Stetson Scholarship \
growers in the area. strong. Last week a little white chant. Q. A. Cooper of Miami Is conduct Head Visits Pahokee
... . corn commanded $2.50 per crate Mr. McDaniel, the president; Ing the services. He Is assisted by ."
WORK' NEAR COMPLETION but. there was little of this variety. James A. Ball long ,time produce Len Martin, director of music: and Mr. and Mri'j: ;Thompson had "
Repair work on the G. H. Tucker -: Beard have not been 'In' strong grower, shipper and now in real Mrs. Martin, pianist as their guest this week,1 building in Canal Point is nearing -, demand and the prices have been estate; John Henry Logan who Is of Stetson University' '),fr.
completion. Many new piling' unsatisfactory growers. They a vice president of the Exchange Belle Glade; George Wedgworth of Phillips is head of the Stetson
were put under the store buildingand have been receiving $3-25 for son National Bank In Tampa; Billy| Wedgworth Farms and president Scholarship Department' and. the
a complete new front has been the best offerings. but this price Rogers, President of South Bay of Sugar Cane Growers Cooperative Phillips family .Have "adopted"
,built ,by. Sears. Hardware.' .), / rich. Shirley )Brothers in Pahokee and Sugar House. rolled in Stetson..
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Friday, November 8, 196J
_Page Two The Everglades News, Caned Point, Florida
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Nurse ConferenceOn Jessie Ann Sheffield I OFF Mr.TO and CALIFORNIA Mrs. Claude:Shirley and

Wins Twirl Contest Mr. and Mrs. Robert Apelgren left
Saturday for San Francisco to attend
Cancer Nov. 18
i Miss Jessie Ann Sheffield a Federal Savings and Loan.

I I daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Billy Association convention... .
1r A Special Conference on Can- Sheffield won first place in the re-
cer for Nurses living in Broward, I'i cent Farm Bureau Talent contest nOME FROM HUNT
i p f Martin, Okeechobee, St. Lucie and )[!with a fire twirling routine'. Miss I II Rupert Mock and Lewis Friend
V Palm Beach Counties will be con I I Sheffield is now eligible to attend : returned Tuesday from their western -
t I ducted at the Holiday Inn. High- the Stat Farm Convention in hunting trip. They were met in
way A-l-A, Palm Beach, Monday, Panama City. I Miami by their wives:
November 18. Registration for the I
morning session is at 8:30( a. m., -- - -
and the evening session at 6:30 p. M H I11I I I 1111 I t. III I M 11 I 111 IH HH 111 M I I til H I j .

The Rardin Building In Canal Point, FloridaTHE : m. There is a $1.00 fee and 1n"ft"1
tations are extended tar all THEATRES
LAKE! OREBCHOBEE REGION HOME OF tered, nurses, licensed practical
nurses, student nurses and, inactiveor
THE EVERGLADES NEWS retired' 'nurses.' The 'theme oteach PRINCE; LAKE DRIVE-IN

meeting,' will be. "Tn Pahokee Pahokee-Belle G&d n ed'; .
Serving: the Lake Okeechobee Fanning Region Without Nurses Role irthe Care and I *' .
interruption Every Week for Nearly 40 Years Treatment of Cancer Patients." I I 2 BIG FEATURES -

Established March 11, 1924 Published Every Friday The Conference is being presented SUNDAY MONDAY TUESDAY
by the Florida Nurses Association MONDAY TUESDAY it-ll.1f
Subscrlatiop Price 2.00 Year In AdvanceThe SUNDAY NOVEMBER
Inc., Conference Group on '
Geriatrics and Long Term Illness, NOVEMBER 10-11-12 ""MY SIXLOVES"
Everglades News, Is,the Post Office "
EMstricts 9 and 3 and the Florid :
In Canal Point, Florida, as Second Class Matter Division of the American Cancer "GIDGETGOES

Paul Rardln. Owner, Editor, Publisher Society Unit.and" its Palm Beach County TOROME" CLIFF DAVID OBEBTSON-JANSSKN -


Here' Iff What Transpired At Monday' Jasper Reed a recent patient in IN COLOB ''IIarbo Light
a Miami hospital, has returned I
Meeting Of The Palm Beach home. I"***4+t.4'H'' >f**,'''+''H"l","111I1 .111111 . t t I. 1.111 .

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group( Palm, Beach property probably never warrant installation '
owners, headed by, Maurice Frank, I, of an expensive signal, but ::1 : I 1'
asked the county, commission, this some type of signal Is necessary.
week to establish a special erosion The board approved.. the request. ,
district to protect a, strip, o( beach A' .
Phone 9245511Pahokee Phone WY 6-2550 Belle Glade
property: north, of Lake Wortlj.The. Dredge Purchase X |;
county board, agreed that it
waft a sound, proposition but rujed .Headed For Rocks SALES and. SERVICE f
out any Immediate, action since 4
creation of such a proposed district Purchase of a dredge by Palm ) Heating Air Conditioning Appliances

would hinge. on legislative, action Peach County for use, initially, for i

Principal la 1965. attraction, of th,. improvement: of Lake Ida andLake ..:. .>+, +*l ot).>{..>.:1o(.. ":.{.4>.}*:..' '(*>.:''>V4.V.}+ >. .:..( 1Jlameless

Frank proposal. $that property Osbornj, appeared headed '... ....... , ,
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owners.; agreed to boo| the entire 'or the rocks this week,
bill He proposed that a, seawall be The county had originally agreed
constructed\ aV, >ng-the, ocean frontflfl o ,the purchase of a dredge from I
-- area' of about 2000 feetand lie American Marine and Machinery O .
; th"t cost of construction: ; be Co., of Nashville, ':.nn..
charged: directly Vn the property: Later toa deal hit a nag over reported Eleciro!
owners. Frank suggested' a bond, patent it tngementa. 'ii.I
issue to finance the work-aa. 1s- The commission, .
I last month
sue' to be paid off>; in the. next tenyears I voted toj Erlt "t'1t.8'' contract until I .
by a special tax levy divided; such time as tnV'patent'disagreements : Water 'Heat9S.d. .
equally among the, beach" propertyowners. : ; were ironed out' and the : i
firm furnished a bond to- protect' I Ii
The: spokesman told the com the'county. v i
mission that, the; ejroslon!! problem Monday, County Attorney Harry .isat : -t.t.I
In; the area Is becoming critical As Johnston reported that a bond
aft example: hq said the Sea Breezelotel had been furnished but that it was
which he owns, used to, be not satisfactory
more than 100 feet from: the ocean" The: commission voted to reaffirm -
-this week the w."te;/was lappingthe its cancellation order:
shoreline, only 12, feet away. : Commissioner George .
, The commission, referred. (; .Frank's whose district Lake Ida is located :
proposal to its engineering and ; von support ot the commission
legal staff to determine, what, if to call for bids for pumping I I
anything, could be, worked out. LOO.000' cubic yards, of fill from
The county commission; this : LAke Ida to be placed on the westside
week took steps to install safe of the lake'ln an area being
ty signal'at; a rail crossing 1lclx'last developed: for recreational purposes. *
Week was;; tie scene 'fo. thdeath ? .
- of a young1 mother and her . .rSubdivision

KJrmonth: old, daughter.. Gives
8&io George: Vi a a: r e naped
the commission tp; approve Owners: Trouble
aorne type of'signal", flashing #

light at the Seaboard. .Railroad. : onCermantown Completion of San Castle sub- ? ] -'SUPER-SAFE"
Rjoftl, wea, of, Delrayteach. diviston-.pat ticular'ly roads is -'SUPER=FAST" "CONVENIENT"ti
He said, the road is not being studied this week'by 'county
heavily traveled, andi that it would co stbfiers.. '
4n appeal for placing a deadline
: ", PT-1- ----r for completion of the planned

Improvements r was requested by a
ClaSsIijiiW representative of the community's
Civic Association..
'the commission said owners of .
POSITIVELY all want, ads' or the subdivision have already beenaccorded '.
Classifieds, as you wish to call time extensions and there .t"NOISELESS"
them are payable in;advance,from were reports the developers had
this day forward, Dpn't phone 'em. gone broke.
Write it and drop, a. dollar bill In The civic club representativealso .
the envelope*, If you want it 'run: told the commission sand 'DEPENDABLE" 4 "CHEAPER"
once, $3 if you want' it run. twice was being hauled from'the area bya
.and so on. fleet of trucks that are damaging
Mora than a million Florida families have switched to
roads already In place The era electric water heating .. because flameUu makes '. ;.'
SALE New and
tfQR : : timed Willy commission said removal of the' BIO DIFFERENCE' (
Jeeps. Walter Aahley's' GarageIn sand .Is being done 'under permit. a '4automatic -
It 1* cleanest and most dependable far.
by .
Belle PhM( Q OSB. Completely .
Glade How to help residents of the I and carefree. No' flame no fumes, { :'. ,
Oct. 1T54ch.RENT no eoaatan ( ;
subdivision is a matter to be reviewed burin pilot Utht Nothing to worry about No ft it -' ,... '. A, e' .
"THAT 9RARE Roon|[ witha by the county engineer and so'your electric water beater can be tacked away: 'aawtwre: ,n ;:, ..
classified these cojupas.J county attorney who were Instructed All th. heat net.into the water-none k wasted'up a ," j" "
adrift; vent
It only costs a nominal sum to to make a study and report And las beat_saves money: .,p,
us e these columns t.qd. results are back to the commission, o Enjoy it fa your home far all the boh, Deed.. .;,1' 7'C
BIG. Call 824-2 1, this very day In other actions this week the itaDL y I St the swmodels ; -u and oovnter.M 'a L ."
and:'order,your ad, board received bids for new equip. top--at your appliance dealer ptoabuf oe electrical,t contra;&&ar.I.I ) ,
ment for the county home and '
: THAT EXTRA., room or hospital where a new' section i_ : \<;
'apartment by }using) a sataf ad, under construction. '7MI4 f-'am leJs _. /: / ;'tf r ,
In:this column. Yoii'll surprised; Voted a double assist for educational ., .. ----. ..i
tow1 quickly ya 1r"'ef a'phbne' call' facilities'-' road improve 't _....I, CH A" It. ro." '. _,
after the paper goei into Die mail. ments at Palm Beach Junior Col- .of
Why not try itT Call 924-2661 lege and a grass mowing Job at '..-r, FLORIDA I POWER fc L | '6RT c..pI..i.: .
Canal Point. Florida Atlantic University. HILHHO aUILO FLORIDA '



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1963 The News,
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: Free; men have never gone in much for ailence. own family's :future! , you're helping Uncle! ,

;.' 'r JBven before the'first thirteen Stages Jxcapje Sam und to the buainess of keeping men free .

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County Ag Agents Do And Don't Rules are Always fully protected look before by you law.shoot.

I I PERSONAl NEWS NOTES 1 Are Actually On Aldrich said that there were
detailed rules and
U of Fla. FacultyCounty For Fla. Hunters many ulations more that all hunters must reg-follow -

Summaries of these rules and

Bob Collins, who formerly work- Mrs Jessie Walters Is ill at the agricultural and home TALLAHASSEE A list of regulations are available from the

ed In B. Elliott's Garage in Paho- home of her daughter in Louieville demonstration agents, who forma office of all county judges.

kee, and later moved to West FlorIda Ky. Mrs_James Gibson is teach- state-wide1 network for work In things to do"and remember" for . ..

cooperative extension, are actually Florida hunters was issued today .
passed away recently. He had ing Mrs. Walters' Fourth grade
New Attraction
many friends in this area who( will until she is able to return. members of the faculty of the by A. D. Aldrich, director Game

be saddened ,by the report.Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Singletary University of Florid and Fresh Water Fish Commis- For The Tourists

and Mrs. Rupert Mock have had as their guests over the week. As a member of the university sIon. -.,.-

ai their guest their daughter, Mrs. end Mr. and Mrs. Balick of Miami. faculty, basically the extensIonagent's In the Interest of safety, good OCHOPEE-Deep in the heart of
David of the Eleuthera Is job is one of education. The sportsmanship, and'staying out of '
Ramey Collier two
Mr. and Mrs. Minter Collins haveas County's Big Cypress
lands. Mrs. to remain vast majority of county agents trouble, hunters should
plans :
their guest her mother, Mrs. miles from this little hamlet !is the
with her parents two weeks. and their assistants actively pur- Obtain a copy of and become newest south-
F. J. Winchester of Sebring. tourist,attraction in
Mrs. E. H, Walston and her sue higher degrees as a methodof familiar with the State and Federal Florida Turner's River
Mrs Adaline W rot nand west -
mother, Mrs. Daughterty, attended e professional improvement. hunting rules and regulations.
Gardens. It's 45 miles east
daughter, Mrs. Paul Tillery returned I Florida's Extension Service has
the funeral of Mrs. Walston'n Always handle firearms in sucha
and west of
of 70 miles
to Pahokee after Naples,
Sunday one of the finest records in the
uncle in Wauchula Thursday. manner that you or other people Tamiaml
Miami via the famous
Mr and Mrs. Buddy Cochran of visiting relatives in north Florida? south in academic improvement.Of are not endangered. '
Trail (U. S. 41) which slices
and Alabama. across
Georgia the 66 27 have'completed
county agents,
Homestead were the recent guestsof Obtain the regular state hunting the southern of the state.
Mr. and Mrs. Rupert Mock and Mrs. R. E Griffis of West Palm masters' degrees Of the license[ from a county judge nod pat

Mr. and Mrs. Don Kepp. Beach was the recent guest of her 14 assistant and associate count the special hunt area permit in ad ,Featuring wilderness the primitive beautyq
Turner's River
the ,
Mrs. Rupert Mock, Mrs. Joe brother-in-law and sister Mr. and, agents, one has a doctorate degree ditlon to your regular hunting 11'
i today, represents than two.
Tom Boynton, Mrs. Lewis Friend, Mrs. Minter Collins and 30 have completed masters' degrees cense before:: entering any of the more
I years of careful work following a
and Mrs. Billy Rogers of South Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Humphreyhad Thirty-eight agents and as- ,wildlife management areas! super- I
master plan designed to make accessible
Bay were visitors over the weekend I as their guest over the week- sistants are currently enrolled in vised by the Commission. ,
( yet preserve one of thstate's
in Miami. end their son-in-law and daughterMr. graduate degree courses.In Buy a duck stamp and write I I strands
Pfc. Ronnie Gamble of Camp' and Mrs. Dick Sanders of terms of percentage, 68 percent your name in ink ,across face of cypress

Le june, N. C., visited his brother- Miami. of all agents and assistants stamp before hunting ducks or I Only a few years ago cypress was
logged in southwest Florida but
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in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Johnson, of in Florida either have completedor geese..
I that era has ended, and beautiful
James Latham in Atlanta, Ga., St. Petersburg were the weekend are working on masters' .or Respect the property of others j I strands
cypress are becoming rare
Mrs. Latham and her daughter guest of their son-in-law and higher degrees. and always ask permission before <. '
. J']as the bulldozers of civilization
Sheila accompanied Ronnie to Pa- daughter Mr. and Mrs., Lewis Col- crossing fences or hunting on privy I t march.

hokee and are now visiting their lins. Farm Leaders Will ate lands.! I .. .

parents, Mr and Mrs. E. B. Gamble Mr. and Mrs.: MIter Collins Plug:your shotgun to thre -shelt} McCAY WILL SPEAK

have as their,guest this week her Meet Panama City capacity,''magazine and chamber> j \.*
I JMilton McKay will be guest'
Bill Geiger of Ft. Lauderdale sister: Mrs: Hv E..SIn.lthQ! Orlando. : "- combined. I
at the
speaker November
was the recent guest of his brother' Mrs Josh Crews and Mr.. and PANAMA .CITY-Farm leaders. Never use, full-jacketed or. milly; Won ans /Club meeting. Mr. McKay ZOthy

and,sister-in-law Mr. and Mrs. M. Mrs; David Unwin visited Mr. Un. from throughout the state will tary-style cartridge or .22 calibre *
wilt speak on "Wills and Testaments" -
D. Geiger. win and Mrs. Crews' sister, Mrs.J. gather here November 10-12 for rimfire cartridges while huntingor **

Mr. and Mrs. Gough have re- J. Nychyk in, Sarasota, where the 22nd convention of the Florida. taking deer or bear. '

turned to Canal Point after spending she was tC patient in a local hos- Farm Bureau Federation. Always check hunting area for ___ ___ h' _. .

the summer Michigan. pital recently. Primarily a working meeting, illegal bait and never shoot birds

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Never hunt turkey with a dog .1
adoption of resolutions from 64

Sales Tax Is Up county Farm Bureaus to make up and don't hunt or kill a swimming & APPLIANCESDomestic

the state policies and program for deer.Never

the coming year. carry or use a gun witha
For OctoberT'ALLAHASSEEJ. & Commercial
17 Pet.
Resolutions from the county or- light in the woods or on the water -
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at night. {
ganizations will be discussed and t -
BIRTHS Never use artificial light fire,
Ed considered by the resolution com-
mittee and passed on to the gen- net, trap, snare;/; olson, saIl''Uck., :,SALES AND SERVICE f
Straughn, Director of the Florida ,.'
eral membership for final action. set guns or live'decoys to hunt ,at )
Revenue Commission, said todaythatr Mr and Mr*. Larry Elliott announce take; game animals or birds. <*/ '
E.H. FInlayson, FFBF president
October sales and use tax I 'the birth of a son, Brian from Greenville, will preside over Remember not to shoot doe'orfawn POWERGAS
collections based on September
Edward. Maternal grandparent the three-day meeting,. which will deer, cub bear, panther, t I Jt.i '
business totaled $16,694,966, an are Mr. and Mrs..William Masonic snow goose Ross brant
also feature 'the election of 11 gooee
increase of $2,820,859 or 17,78 percent of South Bay. Paternal -grandparents CORP.
: the month last members of, Farm ,Bureau's .21- redhead ,or canvasback: .ducks! .
: over same Mr. and Mrs. Thomas'El- '
member board of dlre tors.Outstanding' swan, non-game or songbirds, Kerr ,
year?.. liott of Greenwood, Miss. Deer alligators Everglades .Kite: Phone>> WY64521' South Bay
speakers selected:
for the
said collections
Straughn . .
to address this year's convention hawk, owl, or eagle. Such animals
'current fiscal year total $68.967-
increase of $9,000- APPRECIATIONI Include American Farm Bureau
I \ to thank for
everyone Federation President Charles B.
15 44 cent the first fr iJA
000 over
or per imTyTftqgsEsmsggggs
their calls, flowers, cards,
gifts Shuman. U. Senator
; Speasard III
quarter; of the previous collections fiscal year.tota.l117O' andilmanyr!ttver; tin UU; to me L.. Holland: ,,Setffctary; of Stato.Tom $*7 1afCattk': .
year during ,!ile: J-t$1; ; sj ra,1 Adams Jind'tfcjjlBifsstoner'of'Agri-
said. This 1
>59,112. Straughn
Is an*.increase <>I-I "12,838,577 or thL: vQu" 1; qit''ctlUe, ie+i tir t, llture'toyii niter. tO i Mg Sales

8.16.W cent oVerU&W' calendaryear PPoWUburnC Convention sessions fot,thevfannoVganfzatlon . ,
.:'HITStraughn 'iOUA.,,MID representingove l |
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hive .1"" r till tr 33,000( farm'fatriilf J +'lSwFlo rt 4ar Are > held %
said lh. per cent I regularly at the Glades Livestock Market
IIURT IN OAR WRECK will be held in Panama City's mod-
tax 'bn sporting goods sold at which Is owned and
wholesale level produced $67,193 Mrs. Thomas J. Wanek, daughter ern civic auditorium at the Ma- operated by more than 120

aa compared with $40,745 the previous of Mr. and Mrs. D. P. Hughes.suffered rina.Activities Florida Cattlemen.You'll .

.month. severe head lacerations get underway at 1 p.

Gasoline tax collections for when her car was struck at an In- m. Sunday with registration, vesper enjoy the excellent service you receive here '

October totaled $10,266,609, a de- tersection in Tacoma, Wash., bya service and annual Talent Find at this Market. We make an effort at all times to
teenage boy who failed to heed Contest. The official convention
creas*. of $1.308,891 under September give an outstanding service to buyer and seller. Give ,:
but an increase of $818,989 atop signs. Mrs. Wanek is reported program begins Monday morningat
to be In good condition. 9 o'clock. us a trial.SALES. :
over October of; . .
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W.S.C.S. of the Canal Point
State Representative Frank The Shell service station in Canal Methodist church observed the EVERY MONDAY AT 1 p. m. l

Point Is closed after being
Bass "of Wauchula was seriously week of prayer and self denial
opened and operated a few
Injured in a car mishap in Tampa Wednesday October 30th at 7 p. m. Glades Livestock
weeks by Charles LaMarr of Sara- Market
recently when the car In which he The meeting was closed with a ''
sota. Mr. LaMarr was a likeable
and *: Sarasota man were riding quiet hour.
chap and seemed to like the area . ASSOCIATION "4
collided with a train. Mr. Bass 1.11"
but business didn't build as fastas
air condition In *Tampa hospital. he expected. up NEXT IEET IN DECEMBER On Pahokee-Beile Glade Road .

The Sarasota man is in critical . There will be no meeting of the Phone WY 6-8028 .:tI-
condition. Mr. Bass operated a Pahokee P. T. A. this Month. The -

store;In Pahokee several years. CLASSIFIED ADS PAY regular meeting will be held in I.

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' 4:. Q:.How does the new 3%% Interest rate benefit me? check every sk months for the life of the Bond I :A!:"'

<:* A:"With Series E Bonds, the rate turns $18.76 into You buy E Bonda at 75% of face value and the ;.:. .

...."to $25.00 fourteen months faster than the old rate. interest accumulates to maturity. H Bonds provide .,,r ' Your savings increase faster, because your Bonds income for living expenses, while'; E Bonds build '
.y. nest, for the future. Tiiat's why retired . 4r*
.: : mature in just'7 years, 9 months. egg many ', ,If'l'
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: year education, .buy E Bonds. "M , .. .
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) :' 'to a guaranteed% eadfyear to maturity. At B Bonds: $25 (cost $18.75), $50 (cost $37.50), $100 .J rl./i' .P .x.

::.4.!.". ,' '. ." I Q:When did. the new rate become_effective? (cost $75.00), $200 (cost $150.00)), $50000)t'"t, ,, lt'I''I' ':"' .X....

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(to ,..).t,: fore June I, 19'97? are priced at face value. I 1', (.11'
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f *h% from now on,when heldto maturity. The increase \J
.;. .takes effect in the first full interest period At Savings Bonds are an absolutely riaUess way to '". '''. ...
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..? ) When my E Bonds mature, will they keep on DImby the Treasury. If anything 'happens to your :

.. ."r ing interest Bond* they are replaced-free.Qt 'b 'j 1 \ I, '- \.t (
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.f into along :new At Buy B Bonds at any i>ank-It takes enly a tew min:: ,:. .I .
E Bonds will automatically keep '
means your; : IIJ'I1oe. !
interest after .... Bay them jratasaatieally through the Payroll
". : . ing maturity.Qt giTingtMan wbart} you work..This Plan 7n.ans youeaafeave
# ; With the new interest rate, should I cash fa my 4d wry aunt yott+ aam*' I'

Bonds and.'boy new eras? doeUd every payday. TIM Bond* youboy:by' ". I I-
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.'[n Mews : Of The J Churches :] stock For latest prices

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The Methodist Church The Church Of God Canal Point First
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Canal Point, Florida Of Prophecy,-PahokeeCanal Baptist Church <

Point Road Elder R'E"Barfleld: : quotesor
Robert A. Shelley Pastor Y
SUNDAY: John H. Kinard, pastor :
9:45 a. m.-Sunday School
10:00: a. m.-Church: : School 10:00: a. m.-Sunday School investmenthelp
11:00 a. m.-Morning Worship I
11:00 a. m.-Morning Worship 11:00: a. .-Preaching Service .
6:30 T.
p. m.-rB. C.
T 6:30: p. m.-Youlh Fellowship 7:45: p. Evangelistic Service 7:50 p. m.-Evening Worship. of any kind '
7:30 p. m.-Evening Worship 8:00: p. m. Tuesday-V.LJB. TUESDAYS:
MONDAY: 8:00: p. ra. Thursday-WJU.B. 'i
3:15: p. m.-Youth Choir practice Everyone welcome. Special music WEDNESDAY.7:30 p. m.-:Choir practice. .just call, I ', :

and einglng. 7:30 p. m.-Midweek Prayer WX1150I ".
2nd MONDAY: _,a Service.

7:30: p. m.-Esther Class meet THURSDAY:-Every other week
First Baptist
I ingTUESDAY 7:30 ,p. m.-Ladies .Auxiliary '
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: Church PahokeeGuthrie Meeting. j; '
8:00: p. ra.-Woman's Society . ..

1st Tuesday W. Colvard, Pastor First Methodist -

WEDNESDAY 7:30: p. m.-Prayer: Meeting SUNDAY: Church PahokeeJohn *
.A' 0:45: a. m.-Sunday School ,
11:00: a. m.-Morning Worship

Holy Nativity 6:00: p. m.-Evening Worship A. Briley, Pastor
6:45: p. m.-Training Union SUNDAY:
Episcopal Church
WEDNESDAY: $:::45 a. m. Church School .t,

Pahokee 7:80: p. m.-Prayer Service I 11:00: a. m.-Morning Worship '

!. .. 6:45: p. m.-MYF MERRILL. LYNCH,, : ':
Rev. L. Vicar ,
Lossing, 7:45 p. m.-Evening Worship
The Pahokee ChurchOf
'>' 10 a. m.-Sunday School The Nazarene 700 Choir '
; p. prac
11:00: a. ja.-Worship Service ticeWEDNESDAY FENNER & SMITH INC
Church Of Christ 433 Bacom Point Rd. 7:45: p. -Mid-week. devotions
Phone' 924-7528 P. 'O. Box 882
125 N. W. Avenue D SUNDAY SERVICES: 8:30: p. m.-Senior Choir practice -
Phone WY 6-3867 9:45: a. m.-Sunday School PALM BEACH
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Belle Glade, Fla. a. In-Sunday Worship
SUNDAY SERVICES 6:30: p. m.-Juniors St. Mary's Catholic

10:00: a. m.-Bible] Study 7:00 p. m.-Sunday Evening
Evangelistic Service Church
11:00: a. m.-Morning Worship
7:30: p. ra.-Evening Worship WEDNESDAY: Methodist WomenIn Patterson Circle
WEDNESDAY 7:30 p. m. Midweek Prayer ,Father Francis Fennech, Pastor
Regular MeetingThe To Meet Monday
I 7:30: p. m. -Bible Study meeting. Sunday Mass- 11:30: a. m.
-.-- "Where you are a stranger but Confessions before Mass -- i
once." i W. S. C. S. of Canal, Point The November meeting of the
:f t': South Side Church . Methodist Church met November lone Patterson circle of the' Canal
'f Church Of God, Point Baptist church will be heldat
,.' Of Christ St. Peter's Lutheran 5 at the home of ,Mrs. O. H. Shep.
Barfield HighwayPahokee the home of Mrs. Frank O'Con-
Belle Glade pard. Mrs. Elmer'Maxson presidedin nell at 2:30: Monday afternoon November -
Belle Glade across from ,Church, the'absence of the president, 18th. Mrs. M. F.
Bowling Alley on Rd. 80 Fla. Mrs. Don Kepp. Mrs. Maxson
K-rlr;; present the
:r Roscoe Knight, Minister August ,Pastor J. w.Hughes, Minister opened with a poem, followed oy 4'program..
'j'9:45: a m.-Bible Study! SGI W. Lake Rd., Belle Glade! Phone 924.373d prayer with Rev. Shelley Minutes

10:45: a. m.Sermon SUNDAY: SUNDAY: were read and approved. Mrs Shower In Honor :

7:00: p. m.-Evening Service Divine Services 11 A. M. 9:45 a. m.Sunday School Boyd Vorhees was in charge of the Miss Linda Hand :1]
7:30 m.-Wed. Bible School 9:45: A.M.
p. 11:00 a.,ran-Morning ;Worship program, "Our Methodist Heritage"

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viceTUESDAY Parker Mrs. Powell and Mrs.
"I ,, with a miscellaneous bridal shower
r : Maxson. Betty Johnson sang ,a Tuesday at the home '{>f
7:30 p. .-Prayer Service Mrs. nigh .
Billy Receiving
THURSDAY: solo.Closing prayer was by Mrs. guests with Miss Hand and Mr>.
Our Doors Are Open 7:30 p. m.-Youth for Christ Buchanan. Sheffield was the honoree's mother
Service !
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Family Dinner For Uowin presided at the guest book.

Canal PointBaptist The table was ]laid with a white
Culberson FamilyThe cutwork cloth and appointed with

And a sincere welcome awaits you whether ' ChurchLawrence crystal candle holders' and crystal.

I ,- city park wfc s the.scene of b and pllver} nut and mint compote .
visit to f ahokee Branchor Stewart, PastorSUr4AAY Sunday. November ,The
you pay a qur family dinner honoree received many useful -
: third for the.Cull4rsoh family and and beautiful gifts, amongthem
our Home Office'i in Belle Glade. .+: 9\45, .jn.-Sunday School friends. Those .attending! wererUrs. an electric hand mixer, a gift
.1100; 'a.'jn.-Morning Worship ) A..E..'t Culberson, Mr. and" Mrs. from'the hostesses.

.6.30: .p. m.Training' YaksiEvening Edward!: CuttJefsori. 'and family, hostesses with Mrs. Sheffield

We are happy oyer the'way j in \V rich i you I ,:30 p.-pi.- Worship Sirs. June o1ber801d:cilMrett,: were Mrs. Horace Unwin, Mrs..

WEDNESDAY' : lir.: and: ffn.;Rufj. | Woods lid fi-anjt Glllls, Mrs. John Hatton,

folks have received the >new -services of 'J ?, 7.90Prayer. .. }treating cllildrear,,and Mrs. Jim! J.fJwe. Mm. John Thompson Mrs. Mildred

Mr. salt pirs.&neryCulberspn. l :! and Scjioeppel) Mrs W. C. Darden,

our Pahokee ,Branch. We' feel sure 'you Christian Sciencepioup'0f 'amity of' West aIm, 'sgh{ .' :)Mrs.!! Wendell Harris, Mrs. Marvin
( 4'rS. tfcrleVof West Palm Cowart, Mrs Duncan Padgett and.
will be perfect! ,satisfied with i the 'service : I ; Canal PointThe Beach, :Mrs. Carrie Batchelor "of Mrs..- Colquit Davis.
.., ; Canal Point, Mr .:'OaVBatcbelor.Hr 'V "

t; ,we render. Paabns;m following 23)WiIl'ad) j&ssage; at'ttfirSunday's from ,:and Mrs George Rashley and Marsha Woods Has
family, Mrs. Ada Culberson;' Mrs.
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I <., & Marna Hodnett*Mr. and Mrs.. Jes. Birthday Party
cotahQlt''The"steye'of lit Gillla Elder and Ruben
When have financial con- good man are ordered by the Lord:
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S'Aqani-MdVanen, Man," yM city November
ytu.' 1 1 14 Club Members' : first. Mri./A. E. Culber on
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look where we would walk, and we
$20 must act as possessing all power the membership of the Woman Marsha is the daughter of Mr. and
Club Tuesday morning from 9.30: Mrs. Rufus! Woods.CLASSIFIED.
from Him in whom we have ourbeing"
till 10:30 for their first "Coffee --- ..
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Everglades Federal R. W. Sanders Has :members attended. BIG DIVIDENDS

{. Birthday PartyThe _-______ d_ __ ,_

Savings And Loan Association,
home of Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Oft 844-1355
Sanders at 1514 East 'Main St In Ree. VI 8-2682

ACCOUNTS INSURED BY FEDERAL SAVINGS AND Pahokee was the scene of family I

LOAN INSURANCE CORP. dinner last Sunday in observance
,. .- ""\ of Mr. Sanders' birthday. Those Thurmond W.
/.: .., attending were their son-in-law Knight

:.: Let Your Money Earn 4%% Payable and daughter Mr. and Mrs. Stan "Accredited Farm & Land "

Austin and son, Drew Keyea of Broker :;
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Mr. and Mn. Mike Sanders
Thurmond Knight Realty, Inc.
and son, Michael of Pahokee1 and OFFICE
PAHOKEE BELLE GLADE Mr. and Mrs. James F. Wilson and Box 9998, Riviera Beach 2010 Avenue E

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Eight The Everglade News, Canal Point, Florida Friday, November 8, 1NS
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Chairman Named 1 i Regular l\1 eting---

Of Pahokee WMUThe

By Commerce Body TB,t
regular meeting of the W. ,.-:
M. U. of the First Baptist Churchof
The Pahokee'Chamber of Com- Pahokee was held Tuesday You .
merce met Monday night in the morning. The program top6! was _ywv2vivitecl to; the .
first meeting with the new officers. "Partners for Progress". Mrs. I
The officers) are R. F. Hurt, Guthrie Colvard was .fn charge of
President, G. A. Powell, Vice Pres- the program and she was assisted
ident and David Unwin, Treasurer. by Mrs. Ralph Crews.It .
Mr. Hurt appointed committee was announced that the W. M.
chairman for the year as follows: U. will observe five days of) the OPEN HOUSE
Special Events, Paul Collier; Leg- week of prayer for foreign mis-
islative, J. L. Tyson; Industrial, sions December 9th thru 13th.
\ Glenn Powell; Finance, David Un- On November 19th Mrs. Barbara
win; Highways, Milton Salvatore; Shirley and Mrs. Helen Brown will
Merchants Division, Bill Benton; teach the book "Mandelbaum I
Agriculture, Ray Hatton; Airport Gate" to the W. M. U. at the First AT THE
Billy Ray Mosley; Harbor and Baptist Church beginning at 7
Sports, Frank GlUis; Publicity and p. m.
Advertising, Jack Spencer; Mem- i

bership The dirtcors, Mitchel unanimously Kirk. agreedto Enrollment Is Up BANK OF BELLE GLADEAvenue

sponsor the decorative Chrlstmaa -
lighting program in cooperation At Junior CollegeEnrollment
with the Florida Power and
Light Company. Paul Collier will D and First Street SE

,be in charge of the project. at Palm Beach Jun-
President Hurt appointed Mr. ior College has Increased ,by 428
Benton and Mr. Tyson to work
with D. C. Mapp and the commit- students this year, compared with Wednesday Afternoon November 13th
tee from the Belle Glade Chamberof 1962, according to official figures
Commerce in planning the released Monday at Tallahassee.But .
Glades exhibits for the South there are 49 fewer studentsat
Florida Fair, January 24th to February Roosevelt (Negro) Junior Col- 4OOTo7OOP.M. '

The 1st.directors also voted to back lege.State School Supt. Thomas D j

the ,city council in their program Bailey said there are 3,130 pupils .. tH t' ,
to, improve! the, harbor and develop enrolled at PBJC and 182 at 4, .. \ "
aid': beautify the two mile picnic Roosevelt. College authorities said
and, camping area. The chamber the 1962 figures were 2,703 at
voted to pay $50.00 to the Okee- PBJC and 231 at Roosevelt.A .
Bank Will For Business .
'rhobee Water Way Association spokesman at Roosevelt saida Open
after hearing a report from Frank change in policy, directed by the
GUlia that special assessmentshave state auditor's office, probably
been given to the chambers I caused the drop in student enroll- 9:30 A. M. 'til 2:00 P. M. "
that belong,to the association.Democrats ment. He said a deferred payment 1
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I I plan to pay the $60 registrationfee .

Name fall.had been diiscontinued this, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER. 14th :

Bailey reported enrollment in all
School TrusteesA 28 Florida junior colleges at 50- .\
051 for a hike of 11,841 or 31 per
cent over the 38,210 students on ,
:' : Republican offering as a can- the rolls last year at this time.
didate for the school board was Student numbers are expectedto REGULAR BANKING HOURS- .1 ;\(
defeated in Tuesday's school trus- increase during the year as I
ee election when Democrat John more persons signed up for second I
Adair, Jr., won over Republican semester courses, said Bailey. :Monday thru Thursday 9:30 a. m. to 2:00 p. m.
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Edwin! H. The vote
Sheppard was .
1 by a four to three margin and was Friday 9:30 a. m. to 5:30 p. m.
Bill Howard Talks
for the seat vacated by Larry My
ers in the south county area on the
coast To Canal Pt. DRIVE-IN WINDOW- I
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'I ;( G. Ray Sparks won hands down PTAi
over C. A. DeVane l y a five to 2 i Monday thru Thursday 9:30 a. m. to 3:00 p.m. .
margin.Sparks is a Democrat and The Canal Point Parent Teachers !
DeVane, an Independent. Association met Monday night,' Friday 9:30 a. m. to 5:30 p. m. .
A. R. Harrington of Canal Point at 8 p. m. in'-the school cafeteria I
fled, on the Democrat ticket and, with W. E. Blackwell, president,,I I
came up with no opposition. He presiding. Flag salute was given. INSTALLMENT LOAN DEPARTMENTMonday -
has served'many years. followed by the devotional given'
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by Floyd Erickson.
Persons Get Mrs James Gibson, Membership' thru Thursday 9:30 a. m. to 3:00 p. .m.
6,776 Chairman announced there were
now 104 members. James Gibson. Friday 9:30 a. m. to 5:30 p. m.

State Welfare AidRev. Halloween Carnival Chairman, an- .
nounced the carnival made $403.30 '

Paul M. Cassen, Chairmanof Mr. Gibson wishes to thank the
District 10 Welfare Board of parents; teachers, merchants and \
the State Department of Public everyone that helped to make the A HOME-OWNED and HOME-OPERATED BANK
carnival a success.
Welfare, reported that in Palm
Beach County 6776 Persons were Room count was won by Mrs. '
assisted In the four categories of Charlotte Walston's fifth grade' OFFERING ALL MODERN BANKING FACILITIES
public assistance for the monthof W. W White'introduced the speak .
October. 1963. er of the evening. Bill Howard,
A total of 2004 persons received principal of Pahokee Elementary
School. Mr Howard a very BOARD OF DIRECTORS, ,
Old Age Assistance in the amountof gave .
$94.890.00. Ill persons received interesting actM talk on American Char*. ,\. C. A. (Mutt) THOMAS 4"" E. B. McDANIEL, Jr.
Aid to the Blind, totaling $6- '
387.00. 1070 families, representing Refreshments were served following Chairman N 4r! "! residenRoi \ .
3375 children, received Aid to De- the program by Mrs.; R., E. * : :',-
pendent Children in the amount of Ursry, Mrs. Ted Wilson and Mrs. ; ?. APELGREN JAMES A. BALL
6577600.: 442 persons received Alfred Kahn.Visitors. Farmer Real Estate
Aid to the Disabled in the amountof . i, ... ,

In addition 432 children received Surprise Insurance e .VP Exchange National Bank, Tampa
service during the month, 215 of I '
whom, were in foster homes. The Local PastorMr I '" ROBT.'.MATHEWS, Jr.:>. ",': ." *1 : "WILLIAM ROGERS
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total state and local cost for these 'Attorney FarmerGEO.
child welfare services was $17- ..
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441.43. |J %-ft; : and Mrs. Vernon Hen ger L. 'ROYAL,, Jr. ' CLAUDE L. SHIRLEY
,There were 8 adoption petitions of Miami, Invited Rev. Robert A: .' ,*.e'Merchant . Concrete
studied for the Circuit Court. Shelley, to speak ,on' Christianityvs. '
These are children placed In homes Communism at' their church, GEORGE WEDGWORTH '
Independent of service through A Norland Methodist Church in Mi- ,
licensed child placing agency, andthe ami on Sept. 24, this year. Farmer
Welfare Board is responsible This past Sunday Mr. Heneger
according to law to make these reports and family and a group of 34
,to the court friends from their church paid a
',,Palm Beach County Is also rep surprise visit to Canal Point and
resented on the District 10 Welfare attended 11 o'clock preaching ser Bank of Belle Glade

Board by J, F, Thomas, Jr., vice at Rev, Shelley's church, the
West Palm Beach J. T., McMur- Canal Point Methodist church:
rain, Delray Beach Mrs. Wllda Following the church service the Phone 996-6711
I Tuft,..Lantana and Mr*.. M. H. group went to the Park Groundsat
Bleech,.. Pahokee. the Community Building and
enjoyed a picnic lunch which the
J'ClA88IFD'.D ADS PAY visitors had prepared and brought
I .BIO DIVIDENDS along with them.


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