The Everglades news

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The Everglades news
Alternate title:
Belle Glade news
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Place of Publication:
Canal Point Palm Beach County Fla
Everglades News Pub. Co.
Creation Date:
January 24, 1964
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Newspapers -- Canal Point (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Belle Glade (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Palm Beach County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
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United States -- Florida -- Palm Beach -- Canal Point
United States -- Florida -- Palm Beach -- Belle Glade
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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>.
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Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 37 (Nov. 21, 1924).

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Exhibit Will Gambles Called To 1 I Pahokee Lions Not Pahokee Church To March Of Dimes Is

Louisiana Because Send 3 Choirs To

Be Big AttractionAt Her Mother's DeathMr. To Sponsor Circus Musical FestivalThree Scheduled For'

County Fair and Mis. E. B. Gamble were Members DecideThe Baptist Church of the of choirs Pahokee of the, will First be Thursday, Jan. 30

called to Robeline La., Sunday; participating in the Southern Bap
night due to the death of her;
MultiAge ) -
tilt Music festival. The
At the heart of the' South Flor mother, Mrs. M. L. Cobb. Deatl Pahokee"ulons Club met' choir consisting of young Hundreds of volunteers-moth

to Mrs. Cobb on her 55U 21 at 12:00 ers, fathers and teenagers-will
Jan. in
Fairgrounds came Tuesday, : p.
Ida Fair to be held on the people age 13 thru 20 will attend
wedding anniversary. She' was 71' The guest speaker was Jack Pair Del- take to the streets January 30 in a
Wes the associational festival in
Southern years old. Mr. and Mrs. Gambh cloth, of West Palm Beach. Hi and the county-wide Mothers March cam-
Beach, Friday night
Palm Beach, 'January 24 through! were accompanied to Louisiana bj was introduced by Paul Tiller; ray choir 6 thru 8 and paign to raise funds for the Marchof
February 1. will be the Agricul :Mrs. James La Primary age Dimes.
daughter, who was In charge of the program Junior choir 9 thru 12, will be
tural Exhibit prepared and exe tham who was visiting her par Mr. Faircloth spoke on "Thinking} age associational festivalin Mrs. Frances Duval, West Palm

cuted by M. U. Mounts, Palm ents. for Ourselves" and he emphasize< attending Belle Glade the Saturday morning. Beach, county Mothers March

Beach County agricultural Agent the importance of, Boy Scout train chairman, estimated that more
of B
- Choirs receiving a grade or
and his committee.This than 1,000 workers will be involved

year the center of the show I' Betty Taverna ing.It was announced tat the the better regional will be and eligible state festivals to attend to In'the house to house campaign.The .

is to be a giant exhibit of Flor meeting a special election will o Mothers March is slated to.
be held later in the year. Last year
ida's new and booming sugar in held to elect a second vice president be the major fund, raising effort;:
the above mentioned choirs received -
dustry. Here a display will be ar Former Resident to fill the post left vacant bj grades consisting of two A's I during the January' March of.Dime'
with the cooperation of the ,
ranged the resignation of Chester Mullls AGlades. !!.
and -
United States Sugar Corp. anc Glenn Brower was nominated to< one .. - Most of the volunteers, Mrs. Du

the other sugar companies frorr Passed On SundayMrs. be second vice president and( val said, will be women-the great

Pahokee and the Glades. George Rashley the position ">i t General majority of them mothers who
Surrounding this central exhibit vice held bj have a direct personal interest in
Sir third president now ; :
Taverna 77 of
will be a fine show of, poultry, Betty Mr. Brower. Before the election the March of Dimes fight against

vegetables'and the work of the 4-H Cordova Road, West Palm Beach,, there will be an opportunity for Hospital ContractLet crippling birth defects and arth-

Clubs and the FFA. died Sunday in a West Palm Beach : further nominations from tin ritis. /

It has also been announced bj' hospital after a short illness. Mrs floor. This WeekHospital "The mothers have confidencein

:Mr. Mount that there will be ar Tavema Was better known to the Guests were Lion George Talley the March of Dimes," Mrs.

outstanding exhibit of pure bred and Canal. Belle Glade and Bruce Boynton Duval said, "they know it .gave
cattle. This will include' a herd of residents of Pahokee student guest. The board of directors Saunders them the Salk and Sabin vaccines
from: the Pioneer Jersey, Point as' "Miss Betty". children
Jerseys announced that sponsorship which now protect their
Glade announced to
Farm, Olde Lyme, Conn., also a Coming to Pahokee from of the Huxie 'Brothers circus against polio. They know that tha
husband the late Joe this newspaper Wednesday afternoon
da with her
herd of pure Brahma 'cattle, raised under consideration and March of Dimes research will find
had been the new
small that the contract for
Taverna, 'they operated a
in Florida and other cattle in decided that the club wig the answers to why 250,000 babiesare ,
known "The Tasty it was Glades General Hospital had been 1
Charlais Hereford restaurant) as
Angus, i with birth de-
cluding this born each
circus year
Sandwich" from 1931 till 1942, not sponsor year signed with a West Palm Beach 1
and Holstein. located East Main :Mr. Talley announced that thi contracting concern. The bid was fects and why millions of Ameri-
which on
Also of interest to the country Assocatlon ot cans suffer from birth defects and
the Ford Garage Palm Beach County $1.286,475 for the new structure.The .
Street next door to I
minded and of special interest: .
the arthritis. .
Lions Clubs will sponsor ad-
75-bed facility will
the childrezv.will be the Animal ,' ,, new I raised the March
IMlss Betty"Is best rememberedby et-sales' on the:"opening1' night. ot join the, present <45-bed structure. Funds
a new feature of the Fait Mrs. said used to''
Nursery oi "Kiss Me Kate" at the Musicarni for construction ''to'' be. Duval will be
"old timers" for her love Calling I
this Here in a tent especial scientific
year. 22. The PahokeeLions support research pro-
val on March weeks the contractwas
school ,children and her ability tc gin within two ,
designed as .a traditional Big considering taking part grams and also a network of medical -
are B.
their manners signed with Joseph
make them
Barn stalls will be arranged for and
sales. centers where birth defect
in the ticket
each animal indiginous to the area and eat everything.on their plates. I - Tschlrgi Hunter ConstructionCo. arthritis '''patients receive superior
survived two cousins of West<< Palm Beach
and her young. The stalls will be She is : by medical
Mrs. Clara Leslie of Manitoba.and' Over-all price of the hospital, care.
accompanied by a nursery rhyme Install Carillon "We also need funds to provide
describing the animal and her Mrs. Rosena Ewing Toronto including equipment, is expectedto continued assistance to polio pa-

habits and will include horse' and C anada. be $1,655,646. tients who look to the March of

colt duck and duckling, pig and Funeral services were held Mon- Chapel By'The Sea Hill-Burton funds from the fed- Dimes for help", she added.
will amount
at 8:00 at Quattle- eral government
piglet, skunk and skunklet. day night p. m. When a Mothers Marcher calls,
baum Holleman Bruse Funeral $635,000. The remainder will be "1''
The Animal Nursery will be
In W. Palm BeachThe Mrs. Duval appealed "Please give
centered around a Chicken Midway home in West Palm Beach. raised from taxes. generously.. I

also a first timer at the Fair. - The original facility was built .
prior to World War II to take care
Here 200 baby chicks, circus train- Mental Health To First Baptist Church is happy of area migrant workers. Price Has '
ed, ride a miniature Chicken Midway .. Celery
to announce that a seventyfivebell -
Three day old chicks will delight Get ConsiderationOf
and children by carillon is now being installedIn Local Girl Sings
performing on the 12 different car- :State Officials Chapel-By-The-Lake.. G. J. College Choir Farmers Smiling 1\\

nival rides prepared and designedby Schulmerich, the inventor and With ___ ___ i ;
chick trainer, Leslie "X. Ren- TALLAHASSEE: secretary of -
founder of Schulmerich Carillons, Molly ? The ,
NEW ORLEANS Miss Got any cabbage green
quist of DesMoines Iowa. State Tom Adams has called for '
the creation of a state division on Inc., the world's largest manufacturer ii Mullins, a student at Newcomb variety we mean This week,in I the fLake1

of electronic carillons College from Canal Point will sing has been \
mental retardation" to' provide Region cabbage
To supervising the installation. 6O- otce Tulane-Newcomb '
with the
Flyers Coming needed coordination and strength this Belling for 'as high as $2.50 per
'The first public concert on, A Cappella Choir on its 1964 concert ; ; I+i
ening of community programs. cabbage ,
''will be bushel. That's the highest -
instrument ''
!t' 'J :,p hokee"Airpoit Adams' told the Citizens Commlttee' held magnificent in:the chapel ;next: Sunday, Concerts tour, Jan29-Feb.will: be presented 12. ,; in has been:this season. )'- ;j
of the PtneU County: Association sold
:' Retarded1- afternoon Jaiuary.:26th at .2:30p. three' cities 'In the United States: Beans in the Glades recently a
for Children.
L for $6.00 hamper and on theeast
A "Fly-In" will be the order of "Our most immediate and pressingneed m. Lake Charles La., Houston and .
coast $8.00 hamper.They
for per *
carillonneur will be
guest Christi! and six cities, in
the day at the Pahokee' Airport on in the field of mental retardation Corpus ; little higher here
Anton Brees, famous carillonneur. iwerF a,
Mexico Mexico City, Monterrey,
Sunday according to the Belk is for coordinated planning : I
day recently when the'offerngs -
now serving at the Bok Singing Morelia, Sal til lo, San Luis Potosi one
Brothers operators of the airportThey relative to 'strengthening com- Tower in Lake Wales. were scarce.Corn V
expecting 75 aviators to"FlyIn" munity on mental re- and Guadalajara. at
are programs
is rocking along >
The First Baptist Church, which The 1964 concert tour is' the
for the day's tardation.
has broken ground for a new and growers seem happy with the
just third the choir to Mexico.
The brothers said that plans call "The most economical approach million dollar sanctuary, has want- by - price. The yield is low on account ,

for a delightful meal for the visit- lies in community centers," Ad- ed to include a fine carillon instal- jf cold weather this area exper'J j'

ors. A menu of fresh corn and ams said, "for it costs approxi- lation in the new church plans but Chapter To Crown lenced when the'corn was develop- *
other Glades goodies will await mately $2,200 a year to care fora ,
the financial burden of Valentine ing.
heavy QueenThe
those who participate in the event. patient in a Sunland Training
) the
.. building forced them to abandonthe It's celery for money again
Center and about $400 to $6OO a '""'
carillon. However, a good Omicro' Chapter; of the this year. Growers who have much

Patrol Head Makes year in" a community day-care friend who is not a member of the Beta Sigma Phi sorority met at sf the delectable weed are in for a i

To Pahokee'Col. center. church in cooperation with Mr. the home of Mrs. Beth Elarbee for mon y-maklng adventure. This

Visit Schulmerich, has arranged for the their January meeting at which week celery was selling around ;

H. N. Kirkman. Director of VISIT COL. & MRS. EVANS demonstration installation in the time plans were made for a social} the $3.00 mark with some of it go- ,

of Public Chapel-By-The-Lake. to be held at Barlow's Fish Camp. Ing as low as $2.85.IAXONS .
State Department
the .
. - d
Safety arrived in Pahokee Wed- William S. Evans Lexington Members also discussed plans for .

nesday afternoon by plane to visit. Ky. is the house guest'of his par SGT. MILLS VISITS their part in the Beta Sigma Valentine TO VISIT

the local Highway Patrol station.He ents, Col. and Mrs. W. S. Evans. Sgt. Bobby Mills is visiting hia dance on February 15 Rev. and Mrs. Colvin Parker.

was a guest in the home of Mr. Other recent guests of,the Evans mother Mrs. Jessie Mills and other Omicron Chapter will be in Jacksonville will be the guests of

and Mrs. Lee Wroten and family were. E. W. Congelton Cleveland, relatives in Pahokee while on a 30 charge of arrangements for the tier brother,, and sister-in-law Mr.. l

4 far a short visit and was accompanied Ohio; Gen. and Mrs. Maurice Dan day leave. Sgt. Mills has recently, coronation ceremony of the Valentine and Mrs.- R. O._Bleech_ next week.. ,"t" :, '

I local airport by Mrs iel Col. and Mrs. Russel Smith returned to the U. S. after serving -, Queen. Mrs. Carolyn Jernigan .*
to the '
f Wroten for his return to Tallahas- Sarasota and Clarence Livenffood 16 months in Germany with and her social committee members J. H. Miller is. a patient In Everglades ';'

I, 8ee. South Bend, Ind. the U. S. Army. are.In charge of the arrangements. Memorial Hospital. ,*




I Friday January 24. 19C4 1 1The
Two The Everglades News. Canal Point Florida - .
returned. ; to his
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bookings Into 1064. A total::: of more Mr. and Mrs. Lou Lombard Miami '
_____: :r- ,flte+ .weekend' guests other home after spendingseven Weeks
ti than,a'quarter of a million holiday, were Memdrial ,hdspttal
Mr. and Mrs. J. H., in Everglades I
tourists visited the Miami area I parents : recuperating from la heart attack.

during the1 Holiday season. I Miller. ' . .

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Regular'Meeting Mrs. Lillian Hatton:: was y ) x i. \,
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January 21. Mrs. Joan Tucker, k \ A } .
Wednesday, Jan. 22. The'meeting .
president presided. The club wel-
was opened with' the singing two I corped as a new member Mrs. . ..
verses of "A erlca" followed by Nina Shirley. A motion was madeto .
the pledge of allegence to the flag.'Mrs. .
make a contribution to the Pa- r ,
Vena Mce.,Schroder gave the
hokee Garden Club for the garden
opening prayer!! center. Mrs. Floyd Erickson pre- Hello Central '
Mrs. Mac Todd introduced Mrs. ;
sented the program "Roses". Mrs.
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Bob Hatton who was in charge of Bill Erickson was a guest. The '
the program end she in turn Intro- next meeting will be at the home a
duced Lowe, Art teacherat Give Me.
Miss Eva' of ;Mrs. Barbara Wilder in Febru-
Pahokee High School. Miss ary. '
Lowe gave a talk on "Beginningto -
Paint with, Water Colors". When telephones looked this way bade in
Each member was given watercolors 1964 Visitors To "" 1882 you can bet there were plenty of'
and paper and attempted to Top 1963 CrowdTALLAHASSEE mss" .a ' people around predicting that this new"phone"
follow her as she demonstrated idea would never catch on.
how to begin free hand painting.
:' ; d But phones did catch Constantly'
The following guests were' wel- The Florida a .S on.
comeJ, Mrs. Maxine Britton, Mrs. .Development Commission has predicted proving . providing broader services. !
Sarah Hendrickson, student guest the 1964 winter tourist sea- kra'> i' Today here in Florida, Southern trhas

was _Dianne Hollon. Mrs. Todd son will top the 1963 total of 4- -, ::<:c more than 1,650,000 telephones opera
president, presided at the business 245.934 visitors entering the state. \. ,a : a tion. And still the planning and working
meeting. It was announced that The increase has been predictedas " s .goes on. In 1964 more than '$79 million
the program for February 12, will an aftermath of the record .
t::q will be spent in the state to add new telephone
be a fashion show given by Mrs. numbers of tourists flooding the
I facilities and improve existing ones.
Doris Lane and members of her state over the Christmas holidays. t .t .
:: : "q t' The number of customers served will top
Rome Economic classes. Members Chairman Wendell Jarrard said ;: '
of the club will also be given a the commission's six-month adver- 1,090,000, and some 99,000 phones will be
'chance to model cloths they have tising campaign pegged at Christ- I '$ .3 installed. By the end of the year Southern ,.-.
,:made. mas paid off beyond expectations. Y mr Bell's 'total investment in 'Florida will
It was announced that the Pa- During the same" period Delta 4 1j reach $762 million.
hokee'-Womans Club will be hoststo Airlines reported a one-day passenger -
#: x These are some of the plans for 1964. Like
the County Federation Wom- record of 2,108 persons fly-
ans' Clubs on March 5 with a Ing into Miami from the north t Florida: itself. Southern Bell is pledged to
luncheon to be held at 'the Elks and predicted a 22 per cent Increase '' -AX'' !, progress. And we've come a long way
Club. Reservations by members in December traffic. East- tit since 1882.
should be in no later than Febru- Air Lines 53 '
ern reported a per k '
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charge of ,arrangements. The -Christmas week. Greyhound Bus "' \,
monthly "Coffee 'Break" will "oe Lines counted 5,000 passengers a Y'A -'.
lield at the :Home of Mrs. Lee day streaMing into the state. ), '
L=-Wroten. February 5, at 9:30 a. m. Major hotels and motels in Miami "
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Friday January 24. 1964
Page Four The Everglade News Canal Point, Florida

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i reation.: month Farm-City Week. selling, for home delivery only, a

S. * :' 23-pound 10-quart,, "box" of milk. ;

j ...TiIi It doesn't always require a big The "one'-to-one", or fat balanced The container is a corrugated"

investment to carry out plans to eggs about which I reported paper box with milk vacuum packed
J FA3EWLFJEtOISTT: to in a polyethylene bag and aplastic
didn't seem go
Increase rural income and Job op- few weeks ago, spl t.Designed .
portunities., over too well in their first market- for convenient
't. A cooperative hunting project ing test. Nevertheless, the com storagein .
f a home refrigerator, the pack.
that cost controlling the new type )
only $107.50 to operateis pany
requires about 40 per cent less
BY DOYLE CONNER estimated to have returned some hen fruit plans to introduce themin age amount
than an equal of
1 COMMISSIONERFLORIDA $300,000 of income last year to Southern California and later in space Delivered
milk in glass jugs. price
DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTUREIn the people of Custer County in a major Southwest area. is $ .
Nebraska. According to an RAD In the original Utah test area a .... -
report it chain has dropped the
hunters food
3,000 major
spite of all the time, money view of the world's hunger prob- for the FROM ROCKLEDGEMrs.
from 28 states A spokesman
for the three-month
and effort being devoted to control lem as outlined in a recent report pheasant new eggs. noted the introductory George Ramey has returned
hunting Each franchised producers
eradicate them from USDA. season. iPahokee after visit
or plant pests con- to. a with
hunter of 69 cents a :
spent about price
tinue to cost Americans some 7 Some 50 countries-the "have during line her son-in-law and daughter and
stay. dozen have been out
Billion dollars a year in damage to not" nations as far as food is con- may I children in Rockledge.
Town ,and farm Grade AA were selling at
people, working .
crops and ornamentals. cerned-are found in Asia! Africa -
together to promote their 49 to 54 cents.
Increasing:..-of agrIcultural and Latin America. The report also discovered they and the hunt : In other news about foods I note Mr. and ,Mrs. M. C. Carter and
chemicals in recent years has enabled notes that in Asia, just to maintain Mr and Mrs. Jaudine were recent
ers learned a lot about each others that dairy distributor in
a big
our farmers to keep the present meager diets per acre visitors in Coral Gables.
viewpoints. It was sort of a three-I I I Hartford, Connecticut, has started
pests in check. But the recent up- yields must be boosted 50 per cent
roar over damages of poisoning our by 1980 Just to keep even with --- --- --, ---

of environment toxic search chemicals for,through other has means careless intensifiedthe at use accomplishing population more increase than growth.An %of 240 that. million size amountsto tons of I"IlllllllllulllllllllllllIIllllilll"" / "'" """!"!""""!!"!"I 111m lllIilllill1111111iIlilllIIIiIIlllllllill III II !!II(II m IIIIIIIIIillllllllllllllllLlillllllllllll! !!!

the task. grain. It would require 24 million --
Now U. S. Department of Agri- tons of fertilizer a year to get such --
culture researchers are testing yields.
"living insecticides"-viruses that Right now, total world produc- -

kill destructive pests yet are harm- tion of fertilizer, according to U: Service Station ;
less to man, animals, plants, pol- G. News & World Report, is only --
linating Insects and also to the a little more than 28 Va million
natural enemies of the target pest. tons. You can imagine what world .
Two of these viruses have been : fertilizer tonnage would have to -
mass produced and used to spray be to fill the needs of All under- AND RESTAURANT
test crops. They destroy the cab- fed people.
bage looper and,the corn earworm.
These are among the most wIde- Some observers of the Washington "

spread ,,rnd,restructive crop pestsin scene are expecting announce "H. -d
the U. S., annually damaging ment of a "See America" cam- Lj SITE '
destroying crops worth several paign this year as a new Administration :
hundred million dollars. move to help stem the

After years'of investigation, the! outflow of dollars and relieve some '.
virus pesticide breakthrough came I of our balance-of-payments prob- : FOR l' ==
when researchers developed a lems.It .
method of artificially rearing the is suggested that the trip -
insects In whose bodies the destructive abroad and the cruise-ship holiday, _
viruses are produced.The which have become so popular in

"virus polyhedra," or clusters recent years, may be losIng a bit jL Lease' .
in the nucleus of infected cells, of their "status" glamor. If that Is :
multiply at a fantastic rate. It is true, official backing for a cam- 5
estimated one artifically reared paign to promote travel in America -

,cabbage looper can produce nearly could make the idea a success --- r _
2% Billion polyhedra. because it would be "fashionable"to ==::-,: ', _
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Yru probably could hold on the do so.Florida's : ., ===
I nail of your little finger enough I I tourism, which is continuing - .,- -i),. \
powdered cabbage looper virus to 1 to show big gains every --fi -
treat 5 acres. year, should increase even more if
USDA expects these pest-killing a "See America" campaign really LOCATED: ON

Viruses eventually can be producedat takes hold. And our plans for
prices farmers can afford. Several State development of more out
firms are interested, and uniform door recreation facilities already
standards are being developed underway may begin to pay divi- Muck Road
for commercial production. dends even sooner than expected. City -

Incidentally, the corn earworm 5
likes a varied diet. When It feedson In the meantime I note that i :-
cotton it is known as the cot visits to the U. S. national forests

ton boll weevil. It's close relation, soared to 125 million in the past (STATE ROAD r
717) -
the tobacco budworm, also may year, for a 12-mUHon gain over =_
be subject to destruction by the 1962.
'Virus that kills the earworm. Our own Everglades National
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Park attracted nearly 670,000 :
Increasing use of fertilizers is visitors in 1963 for a yearly gain of = ,. BETWEENSTREAMLINE ':.
one reason American farmers have 7 per cent. A 32 per cent gain was _
been boosting crop production. registered in December alone.It ._
Confirming expectations that was reported more than 65-
fertilizer use;will continue to gain 000 persons camped in or used one ===
is recently entry into the fertilizer of the two campgrounds in the
field by some of the big petrol- park, a 45 per cent increase over
eum companies. Their acquisitionsof the previous year. At one location == =
fertilizer, facilities is, as' a nearly SO new campsites were =
Washington newspaper termed It, opened during the holidays to meet = .J. =
A "amazing." the increase of camping visitors.. , === ANDCONNERS =
Recent .' '.' ::iiEE =
developments' have in, t-, r.'? =
,eluded Socony Mobil Oil taking The u S.,, Department of Agriculture '
"I' over V. C. Chemical Corporation;' "reported recently the national Imo--

Cities Service acquiring Tennessee forests now have 67,739 HIWAY
'j' Corporation and Florida prosphato picnic and camping units for families -
: lands; Continental taking on American -space enough for 354,951
4 Agricultural Chemical; visitors at one time.
Jterr-Aiagee with Baugh Chemical. I In additional Federal technical (STATE ROAD 700)) _=
1 Occidental Petroleum has Best I assistance has been given in the
.., /"ertilizer and was reported planning -: past 18 months to some 2.50O operators
to buy International Ore and : on about 750,000 acres in 300 FEET ON MUCK CITY
Fertilizer- and Gulf Oil was reported various parts of the nation who THE SITE OF
planning to take over Spencer intend to make recreation their] =
Chemical.The BIG ENOUGH
prime source income. Some of FOR A
oil companies may be looking the acreage had been used for
ahead to the time when foreign crops currently in surplus. --- STATION AND .RESTAURANT
demand for fertilizer is going to 5

climb sharply. They might even It is worth noting that some WITH LOTS OF PARKING _
'expect to find a hig demand- in the 75.0OO volunteer committee mem-

Communist countries this year. bers arc working throughout the ----- : PLOT IS 100 FEET DEEP M' --
However, I'm opposed to sales of nation on Rural Arens Develop- Ni
( fertilizer to Russia or any other ment at state, county or area- hl.!" ,
,' countries of the Communist Bloc I levels. According to the Federal '

until they can prove *o our satisfaction Extension Service's latest nnnua ,JI,.14i.Mi.4"44"4A"44.. . ==
= ". , .- V' ". V they no longer pose a report, 68,621 are working on == =
threat to world peace. Sales to county committees; 5.220 on multi- ==
:them of anything but consumable county or area groups and 1,852 :

commodities, like grains and food, on the state, level. = FOR FULL INFORMATION
tend to strengthen their economies USDA reports it made loans for CALL ,
'and preserve their industrial ca- the first time in 1963 to aid farm =

pacity, to produce. arms.. era, associations of farmers an.i =I PAUL RARDIN, CANAL POINT FLA.
S others in rural areas to produce = ,
Leaders in the == --
petroleum industry outdoor recreation enterprises.Some =
are pretty farsighted people. 3}H million dollars was advanced = Phone 8 a. m. 'til 5 p. m. 924-2661 --
They have to be to keep on top of to 130 farm operators and ==
development that have been international 26 rural associations in 41 statesto ==
' .: in scope for some years. expand opportunities in their =
: I Their new interest on fertilizers areas for fishing camping golfing, == lIIilllllllimil '
r. ;?-appears to" ,,'"be soundly based in swimming, and other outdoor rec- 511 DfIIII IIIIIIIIIiIIIIIIIIiilllllill I ( lillilllllill ( ll lllilllllllllllllll1ll( ( ( III illlllllllllllllllllllilillIIIIIH""III""""


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Florida grower applies Phosdrin to control a late-season buildup of aphids Pickers harvest the same field the following day. ,No Phosdrin residue remains ,

and mites attacking an 82-acre field of tomatoes. to endanger either die pickers or the crop.

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Why Palm Beach County vegetable growers should switch to Phosdrin9 Insecticide now: '


Apply Phosdrin up to 24 hours /' ..i


from harvest of most vegetables. Get fast control 1 ,, :;'


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Phosdrin Insecticide Selves late-season problemsIf solving both insect and residue problems other insecticides and fungicides. .. ., ,:

fast knockdown and kill not controlled, a late-season insect with Phosdrin Insecticide. And Phosdrin offers a wide margin ""r"-- ', II

of aphids, mites, loopers, worms-almost buildup can quickly downgradeormake Hard-to-kill insects of safety to the leaves and fruit: of J'.:,.

all destructive pests attacking completely unsalablecropssuch Phosdrin solves other problems too. It insecticide-sensitive crops such a$cu: L, ,'U...: ,

Florida vegetable crops. as tomatoes, beans, potatoes, controls insects such as cabbage loopers cumbers and lettuce. .*.t* "' I1ir ':'. '

Unlike most other insecticides, peppers, celery, watermelons, egg and aphids that 'are becoming Low costDon't ,,>", :<,!; '!'

Phosdrin disappears after it does its plants and most leafy vegetables.If harder to kill with older insecticides., mislead '
be by the ,cbstper"? .;
leaves residue. That's it the infestation is controlled withan Result and ,v
job, no why : more more growers arc
pound or gallon of Phosdrin. A little ..i 4.
be 24 hours from insecticide that leaves resi- making Phosdrin basic of their .
can applied up to excess _a part '
Phosdrin: goes'a long wa': For xan'_ ; :: ..
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72 hourson due harvest will full-season
Harvest many crops-up to at processors turndown : programs. \
little as,4'to, Vi of pound t ',
pie, as per J f
most others."(Ste table beloW'for. thecrop/ \sorit\villbesubjqcif| : : c Good mixer acre is all it takes I to control the toughest :. '

interval data for your crops.) to confiscation. Many growers arc Phosdrin is compatible with most insects attacking most vegetables.

Dosage rates seldom exceed \Vk of a 1

PHOSDRIN- INSECTICIDE GROWERS' GUIDE pound per acre. In short, if you com

pare costs on a per acre basis, you'll
find Phosdrin is very economical. I
Beans Aphids, Mites Squash AphidS, Mites Melons ('Including Aphids, Mt...
DIpterous le.fmlner(adult). ,
Leafhoppers Cantaloupes Cabbage looper
Grasshoppers, 1 day buas. HoneY-dew Dipterous I.afm.'er, (adult). Where to get Phosdrln I
Mexican bean beetle SaLygus marsh caterpillar I 1. day melons. Leafhoppers,
Leafhoppers Muskmelon. LY8U.bugs 1 da'f' Phosdrin is available from your, local
Cabbage looper '
Watermelons) False chinch bug
B.ets Garden Aphids M tee. Cutworm (climbing) Salt.marsh caterpillar,' insecticide dealer under' well-
(loci, topS) Cabbage looper Cutworms (chmbll'I). many
Cutworms (climbing)' Grasshoppers known brand It in
Dipterous I leafminer(adult', Celery Aphids. Mtes names. comes
False chinch bug, 3 days Dipterous lea'mlner(adult).
Grasshoppers Lygus. bua. 3 days Okra Aphids. Mite. liquid and dust formulations that arc
Imported cabb.geworm. Salt marsh caterpillar Cutworms(climbing). .
Leafhopper Leafhoppers, Corn earworm, 1 day easy to apply with standard application
Cabbage looper
Salt.marsh caterpillar Green
Velvet bean. caterpllI.t equipment.Shell I

MItes. Cucumbers Aphids. Mites. Chemical
Broccoli. Company Agri-
Cabbala, looser Tomatoes Le.fhopper. 1 day Potatoes Aphids.Mite. .,
Imported cabb.geworm. Grasshoppers Grasshoppers. 1 day cultural Chemicals Divisions, 55 ;
Leafhoppers. LaehoppersSalt / i
Cutworms marsh(caterpillar climbing)., 1 day Eggplant; Aphldl. Mites. Marietta Street, N.W Atlanta 3, Ga. Jf ,
Dlpterou.leafmlner (adult). Peppers Grasshopper. 2 days Spinach" Aphid. Mite.
Grasshopper Leafhopper. Cabbage looper.
LYluS bugs Imported cabballWr"( .
Brussels Sprouts Aphids Mites., Grasshoppers. IT"
Lettuce Aphids. Mites, Cauliflower Cabbage looper. Dlpterou.leafmineradu't' ).
Cabbage looper Collards Imported c.abN8IWorm.: Cutworms. (climbing). SHELL >
Kale Salt.mar.h caterpillar:
Salt marsh
Corn e.rworm. caterpillar
(climbing). Cutworms(climbing). 3 days False chinch bug \111//
Dipterous ,.. (.dult'. Dipterous (adult).
cabbageworm. ,2 days Lyau' bugs. .
Imported .
Grasshoppers Grasshoppers, Q Turnips, Aphids, Mites, "
leafhopper' LeafhOpper TurniTops. Cabbage looper.Lyaus Phosdrin
bUIS. Mustard Gre n. Imported cabbagewornlSait
.marsh caterpillar, Strawberries Aphid. Mt., .. 1 day False chinch bua 3 d."al.e Insecticide
chinch bug a Natminer(adult).
Strawberry leaf roller;
.. Grasshopper .
s.'t.m.r.h' caterpillar: Lafhopr L A PRODUCT Of SHELL CHEMICAL COMPANY.1i'rida.y '. .


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*1*c sic ". The. Ev4fgaade$ New Canal Point. E'lorMa' Friday January. 2f. 3914I
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.'. Schroder Circle APPRECIATION The family of Mrs. Ida Butler

At Plumer Home wishes to express their sincere
I' thanks to the ones who were so

I--News Of The Cliiivclies The Vena Mae Schroder circle recent kind and iljness thoughtful of their Mother.during For the

of the Pahokee First Methodist the prayers, cards, visits, flowers,
.. WSCS, met at the' home of Mrs.
------------------------------ and to the ones who sat with her
Plumer, Mrs. Esther Hund-
South Side Church ,Canal Point First Holy Nativity ley presented the program "The kindness at the hospital, we are: For all very these grateful.And acts of.

Of Christ Baptist ChurchElder Episcopal ChurchPahokee Live.Church" Beginning Where We to the staff of Everglades, Me-
morial Hospital and to Dr. W. T.
A Playlet was presented by Mrs.
R. E. Barfield Gist we wish to express our sin-
Belle Glade across from Helen Jean Boynton, Mrs. Doris
SUNDAY: ,. Rev. L. Leasing-, Vicar cere appreciation for the wonderful -
Rd. 80
Bowling Alley on Maxwell and Mrs: Robert Simonson. -
9:45 a. ra.-Sunday School SUNDAY: care and consideration shownto
.0:00: a. m.-Bible Study .
m.-Sennon 11:00: a. m.-Morning Worship 10 a. m.-Sunday School us, and to our Mother at this
: a. The circle will be in charge of
6:30 p. mB. T. C. 11:00 a. m.-Worship Service time.
6:30: p. m.-Evening Service the flowers to be placed in the
7:30 p. m.-Evening. Worship. - Mrs. Creasa Lairsey
6:30 Wed. Bible Study
: p. m.- church for the month of February.
TUESDAYS: Mrs. Ida Lou Lairsey
Church Of God volunteered to
Mrs. Bob Hatton
7:30 Choir
: p. m.- practice. Mrs. Reca Riffey
St. Peter's Lutheran become Sunshine chairman to replace -
WEDNESDAY: Barfield Highway Mrs. Eva Jane Butler
7:30: p. in.-Midweek Prayer Mrs. Tina Elliott. The next .
Church Belle Glade
Service. Pahokee, Fla.J. meeting will be at Mrs. Hundley's. Mrs. Martha McIntosh and Miss

THURSDAY:-Every other week . W. Hughes Minister Julia Mathis were recent visitorsin
August'Koerber Pastor 7:30: p. m.-Ladies Auxiliary Phone 924.373 Ft. Lauderdale.
601 W. Lake Rd., Belle Glade Meeting. SUNDAY: Miriam Circle In
SUNDAY - mm --- -.-
: ; 9:45: a. m.-Sunday School ----- .
Divine Services 11 A. :M. Church Of Christ 11:00 a. m.-Morning Worship January MeetingThe

School 9:45 A. M. 7:3O: p. Evangelistic' Ser- Classified W
:Miriam Circle' of the Paho-
125 N. W. Avenue D viceTUESDAY
i kee Methodist WSCS met at the
First" Baptist : :
Phone WY 63867Belle
home of Mrs. Elsie Sims, Tuesday
?:30.'p. m.Prayer Service POSITIVELY all want ads or
Church Pahokee Glade Fla. morning Jan. 21. Mrs. Inez Briley
to call
SUNDAY: SERVICES THURSDAY. : classifieds, as you wish
the devotions. The
10:00 m.-Bible 7:3O: p. m.-Youth for Christ gave programwas them are payable in advance. from
: a. Study
Gutbrie W. Colvard, Pastor presented by Mrs. Ruth Ann 'em.
i Service I this day forward. phone
11:00 a. ra.-Morning Worship
entitled "The Church
2UND ,Y: - in
Write it and drop a dollar bill>>
7:30 .
: p. -Evening Worship I
I -The Christian".
9:45: a.. in.-Sunday School the envelope if you want It run
WEDNESDAY The Methodist Church
I Announcements made of
11:00 a. m.-Morning Worship were twice
once. $2 if you want it run
7:30 p. m.-Bible Study the coming of the revival on Jan.
6:00 Worship 'Ca Point FloridaRobert
\\1, : p. m.-Evening and so on.
6:46 p. m.-Training Union - I 26, with WSCS recognition nighton
WEDNESDAY: January 27. On February 9, the FOR SALE: New and Used Willys
A. Pastor
Christian Science Shelley,
7:30 p. m.-Prayer Service SUNDAY WSCS and the Men's club will havea Jeeps. Walter Ashley's GarageIn
Group Of Canal PointJesus' : covered dish supper. Belle Glade, Phone 6-3058.
10:00: a. m.-Church School
The circle rendered Mrs. Zim- Oct. 1754ch.IS .
The Church Of God 11:08 a. m.-Morning- Worship merman's name to WSCS npminat-
word, "Ye shall know 6:30: p. m.-Youth Fellowship THERE ANYTHING in the at-
:PahokeeCanal ing committee chairman of the
Of Prophecy as
the truth and the truth shall 7:30: p. m.-Evening Worship tic you'd like to convert into
Miriam circle for the It was
Point Road make you free," will be the themeat MONDAY: noted that the Miriam fixed cash? A small classified ad in
Christian Science church services 3:15 m.-Youth Choir It
the trick.
p. practice this column will turn
nine T. V. of cookies, candy,
;1 John. H. Kinard, pastor this Sunday. The Bible Lesson trays only costs a d.ollar--cash with or-
cake, nuts, fruit and Christmas
10:00: a. m.-Sunday School on "Truth" will include these 2nd MONDAY: der.
t 1 11:00: a. m.-Preaching Service related readings from the denomination's 7:30 p. m.Esther Class meet- arangements for the golden circle
7:45: p. Evangelistic Service textbook: "The eternal ingTUESDAY,, members in December. The Febru- WANTED girl for office work.
8:00: p. m. Tuesday=: V.L.B. Truth destroys what mortals seem :' ary meeting will be held at the I Prefer one who can take short-

8:00: p. m. Thursday-W.M.B. I to have learned from error, and 8:00: p. m.-Woman's Society1st home of Mrs. Marie Hendrix. hand. Must be' able to spell and

Everyone welcome. Special music man's real existence as a child of TuesdayWEDNESDAY - type. Get in touch with Paul
and singing. God comes to light" (Science and : Rardin Phone 9242661.
Style Show Will
Health with Key to the Scripturesby 7:30 p., m.-Prayer Meeting
Mary, Baker' Eddy p. 288)). Be Held Canal PointThe
lease on Muck City Road be-
Canal Point lf{,, 1 - First Methodist tween Streamline Quarters and

Church { Canal Point-Pahokee Home Conners Highway. Ideal, locationfor
Baptist \ BPW Club ,
Sponsors Church PahokeeJohn
Demonstration Club, met in the service station and small rest-

l Lawrence Stewart, Pastor. Food Sales. AtIndiantown A. Pastor Community Building at the Glades aurant. For full particulars get in
SUNDAY: Park, for their January meeting. touch with Paul Rardin, Canal
I -'j 9:45: a. m.-Sunday School RodeoThe SUNDAY: They voted to sponsor a''.4-H Style Point Fla., or phone 924-2661 be-
9:45 Church School
: a. m.-
11:00 Show in the community Building tween 8 and 5
a. m.-Morning Worship a. m. p. m.
.., 6:30 p. m.-Training Union January meeting of the Pa- 11:00: a. m.-Morning Worship on February 11, from 2:30: to 4
hokee Business and Professional 6:45: p. m.--MYF p. m. I HAVE YOU decided to clear out
7:30: p. m.-Evening Worship!>>
WEDNESDAY: Woman l Club, was held in the com- 7:45: p. m.-Evening Worship Tickets will be available from the attic and advertise the stuff

k 7:30: p. m.-Prayer Meeting, munity room of the Pahokee officeof TUESDAY: any Home Demonstration Club for sale through these columns?
the Everglades Federal Savingsand 7:00: p.: m.--Vesper Choir prac member or 4-H girl. Refreshmentswill You'll be surprised how much stuff

Loan Association.The LiceWEDNESDAY be served. you can get rid of and how much

The Pahokee ChurchOf group made plans for man- : .... money you can take in. It only
The NazareneRev. aging the concessions at the In- 7:45: p. m.-Mid-week devotions - costs $1 to try an ad for a week.

diantown Rodeo, February 22-23, CARD OF TJI1&ItTKS
which,'has been: an annual projectof 8:30 p. m.-Senior Choir practice I I wish to take this opportunityto I II tllllill ..1. . ;

Max D. Jones. Pastor the'club si nee'the rodeo started extend thanks to each and every Thurmond
433 Bacom .Point Rd several years ago. - .person who was so kind during my Knight

Phone 924-7528 P. O. 'Box 882 Mrs Johnnie' Verhulst. was ap- St.''Mary's Catholic recent bereavement. I shall always Realty, Inc.
SUNDAY SERVICES: pointed to be in charge of purchase remember the kindnesses of' my TELEPHONES:
9:45: a. m.-Sunday School, ChurchFather many friends and neighbors. May
: for the: concessions, and all : Office 844-1333:(-R**. VI 8-2682.
11:00 a. no.-Sunday Worship.. members will take part in, the you all, be blessed! for the' comforting :; .
6t3O'p.' m.-Juniors, : project. Mrs:-Alys' Okie, president, Francis Fennech, Pastor words and deeds in my be- Box 9808, Riviera Beach
7.:0011.: ,? m.-Sunday- Evening named Mrs. Tonunie Lee Dubose ,Sunday Mass 11:30: a. m. half. West Palm Beach, Florida

Evangelistic Service aa the*club's new hospitality chair- Confessions before Mass, CLINTON G. COBURN '1111.1 Mil..II{ H lilt l n I I IDO .
7i30: : __ ___ --- -_. .._ _.... __ . .----.. ._' ._... _ .... .. -U'p_-_ _
p. miMidweek: Prayer ., .
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meeting. '
''Miss Linda Sue Suns announces L . ,. Jt .
"Where are but '
you a stranger .
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once." the engagement and approaching

to marriaige of her grandmother YOU WANTA
CLASSIFIED ADS PAY 'Mrs: Annie McFadden of Pahokeeto

BIG DIVIDENDS Frank Curry, Canal Point. '.

__ __ h __ __ ., NEW HOME. IN

., "lln"Iil'\"IiT\"tII' "Iil'\t 1'\ [Ii""IW'.u"rYl"1'111 U! II I""ii"'ffl i I7"\"Ii"' "Ii" ,lt') !,. "tv: .

Monday Cattle Sales . Here at Everglades Federal we are ready to take care of

your wants during the New Year 1964, especially if those
Are regularly held at the Glades Livestock Market

which is owned and' operated by more than' 120, wants are centered around money to build a new home.

,, Florida Cattlemen. You'll find our folks in Belle Glade and in the Pahokee

You'll enjoy the excellent service you V receive here office ready, willing and able to serve you.,Any one of us

\ at this :Market. We make an effort at all times to will be happy to take time to talk over your plans for a

l ', give an outstanding service to buyer and seller. Give '
','<" us a trial.SALES I. new home in 64. Just drop by either office. We'll be gladto

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EVERY MONDAY AT 1. p. m. ,


,Glades Livestock Market Savings And Loan Association


On Pahokee-BeUe Glace Rosa' 1ahokee Belle Glade

Phone \WY.6-3033 Lf Your Mmey: 'Earn 4%% Payable Semi-Annual!

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Friday, January 24, 1904
The EvevgUutai News. Chas Post, ).rida Page SevenBulISSSavings

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Circle "Mrs. 'H. ';}. Anderson, circle: on "Methodist ""Heritage.
I chairman, announced that the It was also announced that 'br.
tnYour Futiik Meets At Blakey WSCS and the Methodist Men's Allen \Y, Moore, of St. Petersburg:,
Home In Pahokee"The Club will jointly sponsor a covered will conduct the revival at the Pa-
dish supper in the social hall of hokee Methodist Church, begin-
the church, Sunday, February 9, ning Sunday, January 26, and extending -
Church, Beginning Where
for members and their families. through February 2.
We Live" was the topic'of
gram presented by :Mrs. M. P, Hol- Mrs. Hurt announced the next The February meeting of the circle -
man at the meeting, February 20, I I general meeting of the Society will will be held at the home of the
of the Simonson-Lair Circle in the be held. February 3, at the church president Mrs. R. F. Hurt on
home of Mrs. Arch Blakey. I with Mrs. R. J. Schroder speaking Banyan Avenue.

:Mrs. Holman was assisted by _-
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OK Mrs. Lon Wilson, who spoke on the r
historic church; Mrs. Blakey, on n*-V*s9>*&*atSS> S** S*
the church of our childhood; Mrs.
; R. W. Watson, the local church;
r,kiH Mrs. R. .J, Schroder, prayer SOUTH FLORIDA!\ ,
groups; Mrs. Fl. W. Sanders, mus
ic; Miss: Lulu Barfield, attendance;
: and Mrs. R. F. Hurt, missions. FireworkS')

'Y -tu' 3 : I I beauty contest

1'.11I i I.Stock car races

I I 'I pony exhibit show

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Bud Dickinson Is !JANUARY 24 ... FEBRUARY 1

t..G M 11
Officially In Race
Adults 75c-StudentsurtA( b)5Oc-Children) 25c

-' Follow the red arrows .
For GovernorWEST BIRTHSMr. P Opea DaiIr..8sda, Ipjm .

rr U 9.1 98 pp_West Palm Beae

: BEACH-Another and Mrs. Hugh Miller, III,
gubernatorial candidate has offic- (Phoebe Anne Ramey) of Rock- . .
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ially thrown his hat in the ring ledge David announce the birth of a son, -. _'si', A**_ .:'"u*; AW-|+* +4,4r1'A +++ A_ .W>_ K_ fc, Ai_ .W.+$ii.'fi.'t:a+.y-+.P_-TC .
and has entered the race for the Bryan, at the Cocoa hospital I Y B'jj ;j ? .4.+ ay) L | ay a>y M> Ly w i iu My
first primary election in the spring. January 9. Maternal grand f4*# -- ...
Fred O. (Bud) Dickinson, Jr., in parents are Mr. and Mrs. George .. .
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series of conferences at Bryan Ramey, Pahokee.Mr.
a precinct captains press caucuses and Mrs. James Russ-il 1 .;. I .:.

throughout the state last weekend, Zeigler, Belle Glade, announce the +
arrival of a son, James David,
announced his intentions to offic-
ially enter the race. Born January 17. : Phone 9245511Pahokee Phone WY 6-2550 Belle Glades :t
Mr. and Mrs. Chester Eugene
The conferences held
press were '
Thursday, Friday and Saturday in Gibson, Indiantown, announce the *s; SALES and SERVICE l' !
Tallahassee, Pensacola, Jackson- birth of a daughter, MargaretKay .

ville, Orlando, Tampa, Miami, Mr.on and January Mrs. James 19. Walter Cole *> Heating Air Conditioning Appliances ,>
West Palm Beach and Fort Laud-
Jr., Belle Glade, announce the 4. 6
erdale.The former-head of the Florida birth of a son, James Walter III, .>.>.:.<..:.. ..:..:..:....:..:.+--:..:..>..:...>.: .>.>..:..>..:.+ .:..:..:..:.<..:....> +..>+

19.Ralph .
Council of 100 and state senator January . ____ ___________ ______ _____ _ __ _. _ ___ __._ __ __ ____ _. h ____ ________ _
from Palm Beach County was a ,
candidate in the last gubernatorial Blank Won't t
campaign along with Jacksonville's: .. .
Mayor Haydon_ Burns. The two
have been "unofficially" campaigning Run For Senator In .
for the governor's office ever ei '
since. Coming ElectionAnnouncing '. \a-t.' : .... ),
Opponents of Dickinson and
Burns in the coming Democratic
primary race will be Rep. Frede-
he would not seek
rick Karl of Daytona Beach, Rep.
re-election in the Spring primaries -
,John E. Matthews, Jr., of Jackson- State Senator Ralph J. Blank, ..I'w:
ville, Sen. Scott Kelly of Lakeland, Jr., stated today he is retiring"reluctantly" p r
and Mayor Robert King High of in
after nine years

Miami. . the Legislature, "out of fairnessto / ;,
my family and my law partners i All/I .'
Jerry Thomas Up _." h '.
In addition to two and one half ?
terms in the House and one in the J "
For State Senator Senate, Senator Blank pointed out 'l-,.,, .I
that committee meetings, special I 'A ':.'':' .
sessions and a three-week impeachment J '
From P. B. CountyState hearing had kept him 'I tt
out of the county for more than
six months out of the last 18 ':

Representative Jerry months in office."I t ,
Thomas announced his candidacy want to express my thanks ;
Wednesday evening for the State to the people of Palm Beach Coun- .
Senate"' from the 35th senatorial ty for the privilege of serving In .
district. This district, which en- the Legislature and especially in . .
compasses all of Palm Beach the Senate," he said. "However the .10 I' rna '
County, is presently representedby three special sessions on'reapportionment if
Senator Ralph Blank, Jr. who extension of"the regular ;
earlier announced he was not seek- session by three weeks and the
ing another term. impeachment hearing, plus the
In his announcement, Thomas day-in-day-out consultations with 'I
scald "Palm Beach County should constituents and public officials, .. r. k H
have a man in the Senate who is I have left me too little time for my I y

resourceful, experienced and decisive. law practice, and it has become too .:;:.. .: ....;4'
. in the Senate
.' :I would serve I much to ask my law partners to ' "
with the same common sense ap- carry the load for me. .
proach I used in the House of Rep "Most people do not realize thata ,
resentatives during my two regularand Senator's pay is only a net $78.00 I
three special legislative ses per month, with no allowances, ex-
sions. cept when in Tallahassee duringa TaKe It easier let me .

"The board economic diversification session! for secretaries, office - ), ,
of our County requires a expenses postage and telephone, do your farming cfaor** : ::p
legislator who intimately understands which far exceed the "salary." ;
its complexities. Only then "I am nott complaining about the
Will the interest of all our people past, but :I am pointingout thatI .
be represented.. My educational must get back to work. for my. 1'i "Yej" Reddy says, "you -save valuable, time and .. # ;.

'said administrative background:' family. energy every day when, with the flip of a switch : :

particularly lends" Thomas itself to said.legislative "I hope the people of Palm Beach electricity goes to work for you . milking cows,' ; \ '
endeavors, will understand, and feel
During'his first term in the that County I have made some' contribution .. 'grinding feed, pumping water ... doing any of dozens 1

Legislature, the*members of the during my service 'In the .:*>*, ,&other chores oh'the farm." . -l

.Senate and House voted Thomas I I Legislature to justify their faith \ Reddy: works for low wages . and with his help, i

the outstanding first term memberof and support." ._. ., you'll lighten farming chores, improve production

the House. . ,'';' and increase profits. Call on him'more often! ,
Nat Nason has returned to his { .
Mr. and Mrs. Lee Wroten were home in West Palm Beach after '
the guests of Trooper and Mrs. visiting his grandparents Mr. and ,
Ron Stuart.Prdoip and children, Sundayin Mrs. Earl--Maxson..-. ,m- -- -r e i;'tbJtldlJitiftJ1: i, ? l'J.I!! /

[ . .. Mr. and 'JIr I. Haywood 'BAxterwere . ITS CHeAPtK. TOO "
Mrs. C. B. Stringari accompanied the recent guests of her ,
her mother, who has been her daughter and family, Mr. and Mrs. .FLIRIIA I PBWER ft LliHTHCLPINQ I CCMPAMY_ )
house guest, to her home in Ft. Lee Wroten and children in Paho- ,
Lauderdale.: kee. .


Eight Tto" IDverglad4le Kcra, Cnl P.tat. Florida Friday January 24, 1964


products. Broiled grapefruit is also I I Bridge Luncheon Mr. and Mrs. Claude Shirley 1- :Mr. and Mrs. Sheldon JWashburn,
: County Fair Has served upon request.The have b visitors this week in At- I Tulsa Oklahoma and Mr. and
c Golden Orange trophy is a For Mrs. BleechMrs. lantic City. They planned to leave 'Mrs. George Washburn, Newton

Start On Jan. 24th glittering ceramic reproduction of Friday for a week's visit in Puerto Kansas were the recent guests of
1,10 an orange atop a mahogany base David Bleech entertainedher Rico before returning to their I Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Hundley.
which bears the name of the rest- mother-in-law Mrs. R. O home in Pahokee.CLASSIFIED -
aurant winning the prize. Bleech with luncheon .
: ... a bridge on Mrs. Ida Butler has returned to
represented her birthday recently. There were ADS IN THESE her home after being a patient in
?! tion at ,the coming South Florida Airs. Esther Hundley' Mrs. Mar- '' nine guests from Pahokee attending COLUMNS PAY BIO DIVIDENDS Everglades Memorial Hospital
'' Fair, it has been announced by tha McIntosh and" Mrs. Etta Mae 'I The luncheon took place at '" ." .,..
committee chairman Friend motored to Miami Tuesday! the Episcopal Guild of our Savior .. _. ._ -
f Edward Jacomo, - -- -- ---- ---- --- -- --- ----;
i and art director of the Village to meet Mrs. Lea Isenhart who arrived -! Bridge Luncheon in Okeechobee.
by plane from Denver Colo. . .
of North Palm Beach Art Center.Mr.
Jacomo and his committee are She will be the houseguest of Mrs. CLASSIFIED ADS PAY h YOU' WON'T BELIEVE ALL

planning an entirely new approachto Hundley. BIO DIVIDENDS FIAT WAITING FOR YOU +t hoFabulous
the display which will be an

I important part of the January 24 10+ r r II' ?
through February 1 Exposition.
I\ the Typical unifying of of the the new display approach build Is FTHEATRES: ) : :' ;' All Jena

ing which is to be done by a subtle r f yl PALM BEACh ful.ita CLUP

scheme of colors and the soften- PRINCE LAKE DRIVE-IN

{ ing of the lighting. Adobe brick Pahokee Pahokee-Belle Glade Road NITELYEXCEPT
and light gravel will be used by . *
Mr. Jacomo to give visitors to the s SUNDAY
arts and crafts booths an illusion THRU
of a walk through a garden, an SUNDAY -MONDAY TUESDAY JANUARY APR. 22
effect which will be heightened by JANUARY 2627.28"COME 26-21.28
i ;

"' foliage.The Village of North Palm Beach BLOW BARABBAS"ANTHONY MATINEESATURDAYS

booth will have' as its theme "Ex 2 PM
I perience in Viewing", and aims to 8ILVANA QUINN MANGANO
show: the various artistic interpretations SINATRA. LEE J. WOSLO s NEWEST. MOS MOOCRN GR YMOVNO COURSt
of subject matter. This dis- ALSO
play will show the sources and resources -, MIEN ON BEIVEDERE
Back to God's
t of art material, the uses KENNEL CLUB
of line form shape, color and tex It I I I I r I 1 I I I l't I I I I 1 I I I I t I I I .2 I f t I I I I I 1 I I.
ture. Visitors to this display will
-- -- --- -- --- -----
., 1, see graphic and dimentional artwork
:',; done in unexpected mater- .i ffiraif-CTi7 |grtit7Wg?* K-WfT IiT ffT liTSflff'ffiJ .
ials which will include construc- ..
tion materials, tissue paper, stain .
glass, wire as well as paint and
stone. Tile exhibit will include
Federal And
paintings, weaving:, collage, drawing '. Everglades Savings
Jewelry sculpture, ceramics::,
and ,.many' aspects of work
done jaUJJio Art Center. Loan Association of Belle GladeBELLE

The many displays in this bulld1" -
'1''I( ": ing plan to be educational and GLADE, FLORIDA v''

,;f demonstrative this year, with visual ) ,,'
pjid colorful displays of creative \.
1"2J J I
.i thought in action. Costumes .
n from the Civic Opera productions
I will bean' show, loaned by theo I[. .' .. STATEMENT, OF CONDITION 4 '
1. '.
erd' and a Planetarium will be 'J> .
sponsored by the Junior :Museum. : 4 As Of December 31, 1963

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Orange Award To ASSETS Liabilities and Capital
Lake Wales CafeST. '

First :Mortgage: Loans ........u.....$17,507,457.404 Savings Accounts ......................$18,043,734.43, :

,\ lander Restaurant of Lake Wales Loans On Savings Accounts ...... 82,092.30 '
Advances from Federal I
was named winner of the Florida F. ]I. A. Title I '
Citrus Commission's first Golden I Home Loan Bank .................. -"50,000,00Improvement
Orange Award during ceremoniesat Loans .............. 85,009.20 .
the annual banquet of the Flor-
ida Restaurant Association at I Real Estate Sold on Contract .... 49,145.34 Loans In Process ................._...... 554,440.40

Port-O-Call Jan. 14. Real Estate Owned .................. ? 1,364.39 .
j The award to Highlander owner :

Mrs. Dorothy W. Hunt was made Cash and Investments: Other Liabilities ........................ 11,471.11
by Commision General Manager
'i Homer E. Hooks. The trophy is '", .Federal. ( Home ':'

to be awarded each year to a Florida ? Loan Bank Stock Estimated Federal Income; Tax 42363.88
......::240,000.00; ?
d restaurant that does an outstanding -

e job of promoting Florida U. S. Government ; '

citrus on the menu. Obligations ........................ 827,329.78 Deferred Credits ........:............... ]13,142.35
:\ Menus submitted by Mrs. Hunt
showed the Highlander promoted Other
Investment Securities
i 14 items using citrus or citrus Specific Reserves.....u.. ..:......... 24,448.01

Accrued Interest

NOTICE OF ANNUAL MEETING Receivable Investments. 15,221.30 General Reserves:
Is .... 1,502,385.29Office '
Notice hereby given that pursuantto Federal
to of the Board of Supervisor of

annual meeting DRAINAGE of the DISTRICT landowners, the of Building & Insurance ......$881,135.96, .

the PAHOKEE year 1964.DRAINAGE will be held DISTRICT at the office for; i Equipment (net) .................. 229,859.50 '
of said District In the Rardin Building
at4Canal Point. Palm Beach County :r tf1 Property 1-Icld.for '. Contingencies 827,997.p5 1,709,133.91
l Florida, 1964.: > t '
on Monday. February 1O. -
r4. ;I tt ; purposes at 9.30 o'clock of: In the forenoon' tor the Future, Expansion (net') .... .._*,''.L. f n23,887.05Deferred , . ..:",;.','.k :-;' ' > t'.r:: ...
: \l '
., 1. Electing of three one years.Supervisor for a term Charges and !'. flit'" t Surplus & Other Reserves .......l.. 141,032.34
2. Receiving annual report and
taking such action with respect Other Assets .......................... 02,889.84
thereto as the landowners may
determine; and
3. Transacting such other business
as may come before the meeting.
BOARD OF SUPERVISOR8OF. $20,789,760.40 $20,789,706.49

Publish: : ryE2:0:: 31,1 1964.PROPANE .President.

Your Savings Insured, up to $10,000 by Federal $Savings and Loan Insurance Corp.

t.,,'. GAS

';,,:",,::,', &Domestic APPLIANCES& Commercial Everglades Federal Savings & Loan Ass'n

1 :p,; Installations

, if. Pahokee>> Branch Phone 924-7144 Belle Glade Phone WV 6-2007

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