The Everglades news
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 Material Information
Title: The Everglades news
Alternate title: Belle Glade news
Alternate Title: News
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Everglades News Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Canal Point Palm Beach County Fla
Creation Date: May 29, 1964
Publication Date: -1967
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Canal Point (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Belle Glade (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Palm Beach County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Palm Beach -- Canal Point
United States -- Florida -- Palm Beach -- Belle Glade
Coordinates: 26.861944 x -80.630556 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1924.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 44, no. 30 (Sept. 29, 1967).
General Note: Editor: Howard Sharp, <1924-1928>.
General Note: Publisher: Louis S. Goolsby, <1929>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 37 (Nov. 21, 1924).
 Record Information
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: aleph - 001981538
oclc - 32615395
notis - AKF8469
lccn - sn 95026042
System ID: UF00079910:00389
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Succeeded by: Glades observer
Succeeded by: Everglades observer

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) Installation i .By Burns Is Democratic Nominee For Governor Palm Beach- --- County. Service Groups

3 Garden ClubsThe t < 'dt"F Burns _For_Governor- 23,833 Attend CoffeePresidents

High .....".,_.__._._....- 21,593
rfi4 For Sheriff
Annual installation lunch- Taylor ....--?-..,.? 26,386 and other represent- .' ,
eon of the Pahokee Garden Club, Kirk .................._ 16,690 atives of women's service and civic,
Canal Point Garden Club and the For Commissioner organizations were guests at., a
Sod Busters Club was held Tues- Andrews 20,312 coffee'' Saturday at the home: of "
day in the fellowship hall of the Behm _...._5- 20,052 I I Mrs. Ralph O. Johnson in Pahokee.
Pahokee First Methodist Church. For Registrar Other invited guests were wives

Mrs. George Tucker president of Bea.sley.........._____... 19,264 10f some of the members of men's
the Sod Busters gave the Invoca- Shepard .,_..-.,-..-M...,.... 18,996 service organizations. The affair
tion.Mrs. School SuperintendentFulton was one of a series to acquaint the
Jess Elliott, president of _. -._....._ 23,017 community with the Family Service -
the Pahokee Garden Club actedas Eissey _... ._. .?...._-*. 20,605 Agency of Palm Beach Coun-
Master of Ceremony and wel- .
comed the members and their I ty.Mrs.. Donald W. Alexander, a director
guests. Out-of-town guests were I Robert Douthit Is of the new agency,'spoke. on

Mrs. Ethel Bridges, president of "\Vhn t Family Service Is and How
the Okeechobee Garden Club; Chos- To Use It." .
New Bid.
past president, Mrs. Rath and new InspectorRobert She emphasized that the new
president, Mrs. Zumpth; Mrs.: agency will not duplicate the workof )
Sikes, president and Mrs. LanIer any existing organization.but
S. Douthit, Jr., long-
vice president of the Clewiston rather will find solutions for typi-
time resident of Pahokee, was
Garden Club; past vice president of: c'' s cal family problems which might
the Belle Glade Garden Club, Mrs.- named Building Inspector at Mon- other wine reach crises and end
Holbrook and her mother-in-law; :> a 3 day night's meeting of the Pahoke up in the divorce and Juvenile
district city council. Mr. Douthit succeed mental health clinic.
and Mrs. VanHorn past x courts and
director; Mrs.' Eckman and Mrs. the late' Frank Thompson who This will be accomplished. .she
Miller of: the South Bay Garden : served faithfully and well for said, bv personal counseling, given
many years.. by professionally trained graduate
Club.Mrs.. C. B. Stringari, Mrs. Glenn x Mr. Douthit, a former member social workers. ,
Powell, Mrs. M. C. Carter an-1 and president of' the Pahokee city This service will be available to
Mrs. Ralph Duran of: the Canal council, is well qualified! for the any resident of Palm Beach Coun-
Point Garden Club were in chargeof new Job he1 took over this week ty and a fee will be charged. How-
floral .arrangements. Table ar- having been closely associated with ever, those unable to pay will also
rangements were by members of! S N city government forseveral, years receive counseling. 'ta V",
,the Pahokee Garden Club. .Mr-'JW ,. .J.Jt. pant experience.in.the ,building J. _"A IIlsUng' in the Question \and ,,.
1 trades further qualifies him for was Mrs. W. W.
C. Darden, Mrs. W. A. Keen'and *' y x $> / Answer period
Mrs. Norman Kennedy.. The kitchen Sweeping 64 of 'Florida's 6T i counties in 'Tuesday's election. Jacksonville the new position.Lampi's... Ghloto. who is vice president of
committee was ,made up of ':Mayor.: Haydon Burns swamped Miami Mayor Robert King High Family Service.
members of the Sod Busters with for" the Democratic nomination for governor Mayor'Burns' carried all Officers' have been obtained In
Mrs.. James H. Wilkinson, chairman 'of the.. counties- ,. except/ Dade High's home/ county), 'Broward and Honored West Palm Beach. Since February
The corsage committee. was Pinellas. members of the Junior) League
composed of members from each 25th have been serving as office volunteers .1

club, Mrs. Claude Shirley, Paho- Mrs. Bateman Dies Democratic Nominee ,Anniversary I ,, handling mail and telephone I .
kee;' Mrs. Glenn Powell and Mrs. Inquiries. They will continue

... C. B. Stringari, Canal Point and ra saf. Mr and Mrs. Robert Lamp! were this capacity until the office can
Mrs. Ray Hatton Sod Busters. Following Stroke guests of honor Wednesday night be officially opened for counseling "..
Mrs. Glenn Powell introducedthe Guests attending were: Mrs.
in observance of their 25th wedding
speaker, Mrs. Hortner Gwinn of - anniversary when the Dr. and Mrs.R. Annette1 McCurdy, Mrs. Eunice I ...
Boca Raton. Asst. District Director Mrs, Brooks Bateman, former C. Lane home in Pahokee was Hughes, Mrs. Grace 'Maxson. Mrs.
of District 10, who in the. absence Pahokee resident, died.at'their new the scene of a silver anniversary Marlon Sanders, Mrs. David /Us' d
of Mrs." Butler, District Director Bateman home in Orlando on May party i in their honor, Mr.. Lampi! la win, Mrs. Jess Elliott, Mrs. Beth '
installed the new officers. 14! with funeral :services held on director of the Pahokee High .KlarbeeV Marion Bleech, Mra R..; ',1
Pahokee officers are: Mrs. Don May 16 and -burial l in :McIntosh, School band and has held that position C. Line. Jane Plumer, Mrs. W. K. J

Hillier, president' : Mrs. Lloyd Fla. Mrs. Bateman suffered a 'cere- for more than 24 years. Aldridge.. .. :
Hundley, vice president; Mrs. Norman bral hemmorhage on May' 12. t', /." ; Hundreds of friends called at the, I'
Kennedy, recording and cor-,I Mr. and Mrs. Bateman and children It .. Lane homo during the evening and Sweet Corn Meet : T 1I1'
(continued on pore 8) had lived in Marathon in the fJ< ; extended congratulations to th? ,
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Keys'since 1940 and had Just ;
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<' popular couple.
cently moved to Orlando where { Hostesses for the delightful affair Called For June 2 '
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Is Given had '
Concert they purchased' a new' home. { ..-. ? k. were:. Miss Ellen Morgan,.Mrs. ,J"I I'r
.. ..... / I She.: is'survived by her husband:; Clots McIntosh ,Mrs. Myrth Mo- I I .'
;. i four daUghters, Mrs. T. C. Hold- Cormick Mrs..Bess.Mcllwain, Mrs. The Annual Meeting'of the' Flo. j I :
!Band \
By'Pahokee I en 'of Orlando, :Mrs Greg Dod- : Phara Morris, Mrs. Louise Zaccag- Ida Sweet'Corn Industry Is ached. ':1
'i .. I son of West Palm Beach and nfno. Mrs. Elsie Sims ,and Mrs. uled for Tuesday, June 2, 1964,atL:3O t
Bettye and Gloria Bateman, both ; Allie Okie1.'. 1 p. m. in the Palm Beach I ,j
School Band
The :Pahokee High students at West Palm Beach jun- County Glades Office Building' in .
presented their 24th anniversaryconct"rt ior college, and one grandson. Andy Andrews of Lake Worthwill Belle Glade, Florida, for the purpose
at the school auditorium .... Members Will ;;
-- face Republican Edward Band- 14-H of electing an Advisory Corn'R 1.;;
Tuesday night, under the direction Residents Leave low in the November, election for ConferenceAt mittee to .serve during the 1064-65 '
of Bandmaster. Robert O. Lampi. II '
commissioner in
the county post season.
This was the final concert for the For TennesseeMembers District 3 as a result of defeating the recent "Fun Day" held at The meeting will be preceded at ,
senior members of the band which Ray Behm in the Democratic elec- the Pahokee City park by membersof 10 o'clock by a meeting: of t** .. ,
Included Wayne 'Hundley, David of the First Methodist tion Tuesday for the nomination. the 4-H clubs of Palm Bech Florida Sweet Corn Advisory Committee )jl .'. I
Beede, Pam Doe '
Church of Pahokee, honored Mr. - County Asst. County Agricultural which, ,will consider allotment .
Elaine Adams and
Raybeth Gray and Mrs. W. D. 'Casto and family Vacation Bible agent, Raleigh Griffis and Asat. transfers and review the activities '\
Barwick. ,
Geni with a covered dish supper, Sun- Home Demonstration Agent, Miss of the 1963-64- marketing .:
- day night. Mr. and Mrs. Casto will School June, 812The June Street announced the following eason. ,, .
OPEN HOUSE: SUNDAYMrs. be leaving May 28 for Leon West 4-H members will attend the r 1P.-
Alice Moran, Mrs. Adaline Virginia where they will be the First Baptist Church of Pa- 4-H State Conference at the University WILL BE Off CHANNEL ft .
Stuckey and Duncan Padgett are guests of his parents, Rev. and hokee will have their Vacation I of Florida in Gaine.v1J1e. Nancy Harrington and Teddy ...w'
celebrating their 50th year in Pa- Mrs. William Casto and her parents Bible School June 8th through I June 15-20. Penny Pennington.I McCall will appear on WPTV..
hokee with an "Open House", Mr. and Mrs. William J. Gab- 12th, from 9:30: a. m. to 12::30. I Nancy Harrington, Jane Drake, channel 5.. Sunday, May 31 at 7:3O
Sunday, June 7, from 2'to 6 p. m. riel.Mrs. Ages 3-16 arejnvited to attend. Doreen Kimberly Carol Madaen. a. m.:at which time they will give ,
at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Dun- Casto will remain in Leon Preparation Day will be June 5th Kathy Johnson, Cheryl Kemberly, their speech "History and Developing -
can Padgett. No formal invitations while Mr. Casto will go on to Memphis from 9:30. to 11:30 a.. m. alternate; Susan Ashe Harold of Farm Cooperatives." . '
will be issued but all friends of the Tenn., where he will assume --.f. Price Mike Sholtla. Steve Snod- This will be the same speech given ,... ",,0
family are cordially invited to at- the duties of Project CoOrdinator LUTHER JONES BETTER grass, John Costello and Rodney at ;the' April District Demonstration ''', ... '
tend. of the Immunization Program Luther Jones, editor-publisher of Hattaway.Girl In April. 'd' <},
. of Memphis and Shelby County The Belle Glade Herald, is recuperating Counselors for 4-H camp. .. - -, y1S. ",' 'P''
YANKEE!: !: IS BETTER Health Dept.Harry nicely from a heart attack Camp Cloverleaf.- at Lake, Placid ]ON. J. Harrington has 'reK'. ', '
George Nedeau is improving .-.-.- suffered several day. ago.'Reports win be Peggy Bitting. >Sharon turned to her home following a :":1: .

slowly in Everglades Memorial Brooks >BOarbae. was a from the hospital. are to'the effect Walters Chris ICr finger.. Are tW011d1a with her dausjfet- '"b? .i.vialt .i.I4W
Hospital in Pahokee where he has business) visitor in m.' t anderdaleMonday that .he is Mettinjr along' as well j Hendry, Kenna Price and L4adsWalker. . a.any, Mr. and Mrs. Kenaettf -
been for about ten days. as can be expected." J > CKK- asy in Montlc' no.J r ;


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AttorneyQuentin Rev. rind Mrs. John Briley are students of \ etty Ann

making plans to attend the annual Mitchell presented A program at
conference to be held in Lakelandon the Pahokee High School auditor-
May 37. Rev. Briley is pastorof ium Saturday night entitled
I ) the First Methodist Church in "Dancing Down Broadway". The
Pahokee. program fe'attired jazz ballet, tap
ItICIJI -. acrobatics and vocal selections.

Mrs. Earl :Maxson is a oatlent In : There were twenty students taking -
Everglades M e m o r ia 1 Hospital -I part in the show which is an
I where she is undergoing tests. annual presentation.
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0: ". the Lako Okeechobee Farming Region Without **%
Interruption Every Week lor Nearly 40 Years I FLORIDA-AND ITSOvr r

Established March 11, 1924 Published Every Friday r
I 500 MotoU and Hef.li 1)
Subscription Price $2.00 Year In AdvanceThe :SpMlol mm.r fomiljr.r.r.rl l A
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Everglades News'Is: Entered at the Post OfficeIn Long of Fort Lauderdale btr.r carl I ,
Canal Point, Florida as Second Class Matter was elected state attorney for r Clarwatr. Chamber of Commit., CUarwat.r, Fl'.r!la >MSB! hiynrir
the 15th Judicial Circuit Tuesdayby
Paul Rardin Owner, Editor, Publisher
a comfortable his
margin over
-. \ lr 7'UIi'I" r1 M '\ir fli'f'i'1 l'\"ilrr'ifl 1iJ"\y1 ;i't1tlr7'\ Ii' 'tiITfli' lrl 1P'! '"
opponent, Fred Hope of, Palm rt
Beach. The complete vote was
Here Is What Transpired At Monday's Long 45,541 Hope 32,624. Long
will fill the vacated Phil Cattle Sales.
spot by Monday
The Palm
Meeting Of BeachCommission O'Connell. .
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OoUhth WMU MEETINGThe Are regularly held at the Glades Livestock Market i _
W. M. U. Business meetingof
the First Baptist Church of Pa- which is owned and operated by more than 120 i _

The County Commission called the royal palms that beautify that hokee will be held in the church, Florida Cattlemen. I
Monday for a report from its Juveniles thoroughfare.The Tuesday at 9:30 a. m. with Mrs. E. I
B. You'll the excellent service receive hereat
department on two recent commission also approvedan Gamble president- ... presiding enjoy you
break-outs and a near riot at the' effort to include the whole this Market. We make an effort at all times to I
juvenile detention quarters at I county in a comprehensive traffic Mrs. Doris Wetherington and -
son Kent were weekend visitors give an outstanding. service to buyer and seller. Giveus
Beach International Airport.And made
Palm planning program soon to be
Commissioner Lake Lytal ad- with federal-state funds. As presently in Ft. Lauderdale where they were a trial. ;
the guests of Mr. and Mrs. E. D.
vbcated that unruly youngstersthere planned it was explained -- Dannelly and family. I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I
be jailed rather than giving the program is designed .. -
them the opportunity of damaging only for urban areas which would Mrs. Lennle'' Baxter entered SALEs EVERY MONDAY AT 1 p. m. l
the building and possibly harm exclude much of the Evergladespart
ing others. of the county.It Everglades Hospital Monday to undergo -
Commissioner E. E*. Van Kessel extended three leases and a series of tests.Classified. Glades Livestock MarketASSOCIATION t

brought up the matter, saying he approved two new leases to firms .- - -
was disturbed over what responsibility for: use of properties at Palm
the commission might have Beach,International Airport omit- Ads
regarding the detention quarters ting provisions under which the On Pahokee-pelle Glade Road
trouble1. County Attorney Harry firms would have to pay taxes. Phone WY 6-3028
Johnston advised that the commission With budget making time approaching -
has no responsibility for the it received from At- POSITIVELY all want ads 01
place except to furnish such facilities . torney Johnston information abouta classifieds as you wish to cat .
them are payable in advance front ..
as are requested. > new law under which roughly .- --- "
his day forward. Don't phone 'em
Lytal said the commission hall! if tax valuations are Increased operating --------- ---- ----------.---- .-
Write it and drop-a,dollar bill In
budgeted funds for more facilities mlllages must be cut In
the' envelope if if }
there and is waiting for the juven- proportion.In once. $2 If want youTwant It twice run Gals Oh the Go Need Of
tIe judge and counsellor to detail recognition of its "excellentair and so on. you \ run Milk Gals

the needs. He pointed out that the safety record", countyoperated the Need
n Go Milk Gals On the fe
county has other places for keep- Palm Beach International HAVE YOU decided to clear out
Ing homeless or delinquent juven- Airport received the 1963 Safety the attic and advertise the stuff o Need Milk Gals On the Go Need
ties and that the airport detention Award of the Southeast Airport for sale through these columns?
center is designed to hold them Managers Association.The You'll be surprised how much stuff Milk Gals On the Go Need Milk 'Gals

only until they can be turned over commission also: you can get rid of and how much
to state institutions. Ordained that the courthouse money you can take in. It only 'I On the Go Need Milk Gals On

"When they rebel", he said, shall be closed on Fridays before coats $1 to try an ad.for a week tie Go Need Milk Gals the
they ought to be put in jail." legal holidays that fall on Satur- On Go

Two road and street improvement I days. FOR SALE: New and Used Willys Neftfd Milk Gala On the Go Need fr
projects for Boynton Beach I - Jeep. Walter Ashley's Garagein
and'one for the Pahbkee area were! Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Hendrix haveas Belle Glade Phone 6-30S8. silk Gals On the Go Need Milk 'GaIs
approved. I their guests this week, their Oct. 17- 4-ch

After receiving from County nephew Mr. and Mrs. Hendrix 18 THERE ANYTHING in the at- On the Go Need Milk Gals. '
Bhgineer George Frost "cross sec; Perkins of Mobile, Ala. and Mr..
Uo you'd, like to convert into
tions" of'plans for the projects by and Mrs. Eley Miller and daughter -
cash? A small classified ad
the State Road Department the of CarthageMtss. K ,
commission ..'.. --- this column will turn the trick it
approved -
: only costs a dolla ash with or-_ v'f f AaSt <:; 7
Subject to,, approval( of?the city Mrs. Helen Schroder had as her der.
of Boynton Beach .four-lanjng of a guests 'recently, her cousin, Mr.
mile of Second Ave.,there from;'. TJ. and Mrs. Irving Raymond of Miami BY suro I

S. 1 to the Seaboard railroad at, Springs. ., ... Brand new Round Bobbin sewing
cost of $360,000., S - -
d machine. Back tacks seams-sews
'. Fouiflanlng a mile ''of' Bacom ,,Mr. and,tiMrs. Claude. Shirleywere over pins-dial tension and stitch
Point Rd., Pahokee, t<. 4.post;of weekend visitors in Everglades rtrgt lator. $$09.0o-$9.tSO'.down and
322000. without interference with! FI., $6.0O a month. Glades. MercantilecOmpany : .
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Bay. Two bed room CBS construction ..
Clean Carport large utility
t' Sweep"SALE" room. Day Phone 924-4111 and

night phone 9966274. J5p

% yard Koehring- Model 205, ;
Steady tffnployment. vacation pay :
hospitalization insurance. Contact :
Port Mayaca Groves Inc. M15c

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HOUSE FOR SALE in Indiantown.

-AT- Three bedrooms, 1 bath com-
pletely furnished or unfurnished

\' ... fenced landscaped, fruit trees, .,a..:'f.xw,
FHA $56 per month pays all. City

Red Shutter water and sewer. Low down pay- W3,gSy' e.t .
ment. P. O. Box 159 Indiantown
or phone 5972580. 2tp

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Even before the first thirteen States became Sam tend to the business of keeping men free ;
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.. Friday...May 29.;,1961'
Tb Evergladea,News; Canal Point; Florida 53438

tire state, of Florida. .
--- Wins School RaceRobert Tourist,AttractionOf Later they appeared twice on

Ducks At Naples the Ed Sullivan Show on CBS-TV.
w. Caterina Valente, the toast of

NAPLES-one of the outstanding European TV, caught the show and
booked the act to appear on two of
BIRTHS shows in Florida is currently her TV spectaculars, one// in Germ-

being staged by a group of ducks. any, and one in Italy.

I This whacky quacky troupe putson Learning of the European tour,

Mr.,and Mrs. Allan W. Whitoker Mrs. Hellen Hlllier has returned a regular vaudeville show at the Florida Development Com-

announcer the birth of a daughter. from St. Marys Hospital but wi'l Caribbean Gardens, tourist attraction -I mission invited the ducks over
Brenda Fay. Born May 18. be. confined to her bed for several Fia. ahead of time and had them rep-
Mr* and Mrs. George Phillip weeks.Dr. I II set up -esent Florida in an international
The show was originally
Lance announce I the birth of a and Mrs. Paul A. Northrop I at tourist promotion in Paris.
I I for promotional appearance
daughter. Julie Adine. Born May I!of the University of Miami and Mr. II I the Florida a Showcase, Florida Development -I Returning to Naples as seasoned

21. Otls.'Lar-1 I I and Mrs. Leslie Parker of Braden- I Commission's New troupers, the ducks are now tread-
Mr.': and Mrs. Gerald ton were the recent guests of Mr. in Rockefeller ing the boards in the Duck Bowl at
gent announce the birth of a son, display facility and their Duck
and Mrs. Otto Bleech. Fulton was successful in Center., The feathered hams Caribbean Gardens
Peter:Sanford. Born May 21. Mrs. Marion Bleech and Mrs. the school superintendent race on International Vaudeville show amazes and
Mr.:and Mrs. Daniel Steven Hil- Ruth Dobrow were the luncheon Tuesday when he defeated Ed Eis- played thier way to and amuses audiences dally in their
fame, not for themselves
and, announce the birth of a 22/6 son, guests of Mr. and Mrs. David sey for the Democratic nominationby Caribbean Gardens, but for the en- four-a-day performances.VjFfiftftfttttttFfi .
Daniel Steven Jr. Born May Mann at the Saxony Hotel in MI- a decisive vote. Mr. Fulton will

Mr. and Mrs. Albert FranklinCook ami Beach Sunday. I face Republican opposition in the ,
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announce the birth of a son, Otto Bleech was the Sunday November election. I li""\I'"' ,I'it 1m!i im: il' ,Irr \;; : !

Roy Clifford. Born May 22. guest of his son and family Dr.I I fe
. and Mrs. David Bleech at Okeecho- 1-------------------------------
Mr. and :Mrs. J. E. Burns have CRACKERHISTORYOF.
Lewis Ward of Pahokee was a bee.Mr. returned to their home in Orlando
and Mrs. Levins and
patient in Everglades Memorial Harry
after a visit with their daughterand
Hospital last week. He re turned,to son Mickey, of West Palm Beach, family, Mr. and Mrs. Charles
his home on Alamanda Drive on were the weekend guests of friends Story. LAKE OKEECHOBEEBy
and relatives in Pahokee.
Sunday.Mrs. I Mr. and Mrs. Maxle Parrish (
.. ... I Mr. and Mrs. Lon Wilson had
I West Palm Beach and :Mrs. Louise Lawrence E. Will '"
I recent Mr. and Mrs.
Alma Nail left last night as guests Wells and sons of Miami were ,
John Womble of Orlando. -
for Jacksonville where she was weekend guests of Mr. and tht.1 Author of "Okeechobee Hurricane" and
called by the illness of her aunt, Mrs. Bill Carey and son Jeff and Frock Baxter.
Mrs. Minter Collins, left Mondayfor I "Custard Apple
Mrs. Olla Cross.Planning. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Jensen left recently I I
several days visit with Mr. and
for California where they
Mrs. James Costin at Port St. Joe. I
plan to spend a month's vacation.
Mr. and Mrs. Lee Shirley returned Builders Seminoles
o Mrs. J. C. Harris and her small
from week's visitto 3;
To Move? New Orleans. a son Joseph, and Miss Elinor Battle of Okeechobee Hungry Land
: Brgickin of Pahokee were the 3;
Mr. and Mrs. George Ramey guests of their parents Mr. and Cant. Tom Bass, Fisherman's Friend \
Misled have returned to their home from
Spring Hill Kansas, where they Mrs. Loyd Brackin in Eagle Lake I Pogey Bill, the Sheriff I
this past weekend. On Saturday,
ALL RATES ARE NOT were called by the death of his Doc Anner" Darrow"Fingey" *
the whole family went to Braden-
aunt Mrs. Minnie Osborn. Mrs.
THE SAME ton where they were the guests i'f j
Osborn is the twin sister of Mrs. Conners, Highway
Mr. Brackin's sister and
Ship Trallvmy. Lowest Rates. Mattie Ramey mother of Mr
in-law, Mr and Mrs. A. N.brother-\\ First Railroad on the Muck
Every Load Insured. Direct Ser- Ramey. At the' time of her death enship Jr.

vice. Free Personal Con- she was 97 years old. Sugar Industry
J. L. McCall is able to be out
sultation.TRAILWAY. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Bolles have and around following a foot in1" -v I Forgotten 'Settlements Tantie, Utopia Nemaha,
I returned to their home after a' two
which had him confined to his!" Elderberry, Scratchankle.
weeks stay at Salt Springs.Mr. home.J. .
and Mrs. Joe Carraway of: G. Ford plans to return home

VAN LINES, INC. Sebring were the weekend guestsof this weekend from St. Marys hospital "A History That's Different"Now
I his sister and family, Mr. and where he has been' a patient t

Nola DraganAGENCY I Mrs. H. H. Hendrix. following' surgery.

Members of the local Elks Club Rov Thompson, small son of Mr. On Sale at Local Magazine Stands
and their wives were weekend and Mrs. Guv Thompson!' is a patient
Pahokee Phone 924-5481 visitors In Miami Beach where 0 at Everglades Memorial Hos-
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The Treasury explains why the new ones you buy and the ones

you own now are better than everQ

:How does the new 3%% interest rate benefit me? check every six months for the life of the Bond.
A: With Series E Bonds the rate turns $18.75 into You buy E Bonds at 75% of face value and the ,
$25.00 fourteen months; faster than the old rate. interest accumulates to maturity. H Bonds provide 1
Your savings increase faster, because your Bonds income for living expenses, while E Bonds build a
mature in just 7 9 months. nest egg for the future. That's why.many ,retired "
people. H Bonds and families saving for, say, achild's
With Series H Bonds, the 10-year maturity period education, buy E Bonds.
stays the same but more interest is paid you each
months.With both E and H Bonds the'new.rate Q: In what denominations can I buy series Band series
. works out to 2H%for-the first year and a'half;then H Bond.?
a guaranteed 4% each year to maturity. As E Bonds: $25 (cost 18.75, $50 (cost $37.50), $100
Q: When did the new rate become effective: (cost $75.00), $200 (cost $15 .00)), $500
.' A June 1 1959. (cost $375.00), $1,000 (cost $750.00), f-.
: : $10,000 (cost $7,500.00).
.' i Q: Does the new rate change the Bonds I bought ,.-* H Bonds $500, $1,000, $5000 and $10,000. They I \

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U.S. Bonds?
are Savingsali
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-: ,., takes effect in the first full interest period As Savings Bonds are an Y riskless way to (,"f'',: '
after June 1. save. The United States Government guarantees : i
- the Cash value of your Bonds. will not drop, that it .
Q: Will the Bonds I own automatically earn their new can only grow.Qs .

rate? What i If my Bonds should, be lost, stolen or de .
A: Yea.You don't need to do a wuuCu..L! ...hold on. to stroyed ,1, .
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your As You can't lose. Every Bond purchased Is recorded .1
Q: Whenmy B Bonds mature, will they keep on'earn by the Treasury.; If anything'happens to your .: '","?
ing interest? Bends they are replaced-free.Qt .j.

A: Yes. ISy.arestensfeaprltlleg.wait ,Where can 16ttr Bonds? :'r; /
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Into effect along E Bonds will. automatically new keep<.... As Buy B Bends at any.bank-tt takes enly a few mini A" !
means your ..... Buy them automatically through: .the Payroll:
Ing interest gitermaturlty. Savings glan wbete you work.This Plain means you. I 1 ,''-;
.With the new interest rate,'should I.cash: In mjr... sass have any. "amount you name aati matlcaJl7.de'I,'
...: I. Bonds and:buy new ones? dhr " P ydy. The Beads auteinabuy 'byrettenvered I rAt ?
No. The..automatic, K 'increase+ males & mmeoessaryandfn - llaaenoy: a te' .ye*, ; .
: almost_ avary case j.t.to year advsav toe. Yew.bank wffl take your order far H.Bonds. I ,.(

:. -. ., fare to'retain+ your nresaut+ Bonds.fist. 4s Hew ... Z-help strengthen America's peace power r (' I' t :

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Bonds At Peace oasts:money-money for military steengam+ ;j J ,1\,' wJfi: A* The chief difference+ Is this: You bar H ..a..at air; fee aei p-.,..And money saved by lndler3duaLM!m,.F .:.. .' ,.
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hC: The Everglade*N fW.< .Canal) Point. n( r1aa.33438 Friday.! Ma* 2I1.1A; I
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Extension 4tge! ts. Adult leaden fa
Watermelon CuttingFor
: charge were Mrs. T., H.: TPennlngton -

l.lr.N e : :: Of: The ::ChurchesThe II Palm Beach 4-H of County ClubbersMembers the 4-H held clubs a "Fun of adult 150 and members leaders.Dallas attending.Nehls.. .. There and were 14

_. __ Day" at the Pahokee City Park! Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Herring and
Saturday, with members and their I family of Pahokee were the guestsof

Methodist Church Holy Nativity Christian Science parents attending. The group en- her parents, Mr. and :Mrs. O. T,
Joyed swimming, and a pic-
Canal Point, Florida Episcopal ChurchPahokee Group Of Canal Point nic. games ''Usher, In West to celebrate'Palm Beach.Mr. They Ush=;
were helping
Watermelons for the "watermelon -

-. Robert A. Shelley, Pastor "There is no power but of God." cutting" were furnished by the er's 59th birthday.Ray's .

SUNDAY: Rev. L. Leasing, Vicar This Golden Text from Romansch. ._
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Vll:00, a. m.-Morning Worship 10 a. m.-Sunday School this Sunday's Bible Lesson at all
f. 0:30: p. m.-Youth Fellowship 11:00: a. m.-Worship Service Christian Science churches. The
'MONDAY: South Side ChurchOf Necromancy, alias Mesmerism and Radiator
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; 3:15 p. m.-Youth Choir practice Hypnotism, Denounced..
\ Christ Some of the Bible readings tell
2nd MONDAY: about the building of the wall of
7:3O: p. m.-Ksther Class meet- Belle Glade across from Jerusalem through Nehemiah's
ingTUESDAY Bowling Alley on Rd. 80 acknowledgement that "The God Service
\ : .0:00: a. m.-Bible Study of heaven, he will prosper us"
8:00: p. m.-Woman's Society 11:00 a. m.-Sermon (Neh. 2)).
1st TuesdayWEDNESDAY 6:30: p. m.-Evening Service Passages from "Science and
: 6:30: p. m.Wed.. Bible Study Health with Key to the Scriptures"by .

7:30 p. m.-Prayer. Meeting . Mary Baker Eddy will include Announces A ,New Location At
St. Peter's Lutheran this: "There is no power apart
from God. Omnipotence has all-
First Methodist, Church Belle Glade and to
power acknowledge any
ChurchPahokee other power is to dishonor God"p. 909 NW 13th STREET

4 August Koerber, Pastor ( 228)).
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John A. Brlley, Pastor 601 W. Lake Rd., Belle Glade BELLE GLADE FLA.WWWWWWWWW
SUNDAY: SUNDAY: Calling: Shower For .
9:45: a. m.-church School Divine Services 11 A. :M.
t 11:00: a. .-Morning Worship School 9:45: A. M. Miss Paula CollierMiss
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6:45: p. m.-MYF

7:45 p. m.-Evening WorshiprUESDAY The Church Of God Paula Collier, bride elect of
: Ronnie Berry, was honored with a
7:00 p. m.Vesper Choir prac Of Prophecy, PahokeeCanal ,miscellaneous calling shower at 15 Years Experience
ticeWEDNESDAY, Point Road the home of Mrs. James L. Reeves, ,
: Thursday evening. Hostesses with
7:45 p. m.-Mid-week devotions John H. KInard, pastor Mrs. Reeves were' Mrs. Ralph Mc-
I \ 10:00: a. m.-Sunday School Cotter, Mrs. James E. Batchelor,
f 8:30 p. m.-Senior Choir practice 11:00: a. m.-Preaching Service :Mrs. AI Lavender, Mrs. Gene McDowell -
I : 7:45: p. m.-Evangelistic Service Mrs. J. W. Ludlam. Mrs.
. 8:00: p. m. Tuesday V.L.B. Doris Sasser and Mrs. J. D. Poole. Free: Delivery and Pick-Up. No Job Too
8:00: p. m. Thursday-W.M.B. The table was laid with an Ital-
4. St. Mary's Catholic Everyone welcome. Special music ian cutwork cloth and appointed Small or too Large. We guaranteeour
Church and singing. with silver candelabra and pink
tapers. work.
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: Father Francis Fennech, Pastoi Canal Point I
" Sunday Mass 11:30: a. m. J. M. Fields Opens
l" Confessions before. Mass Baptist Church- Tallahassee StoreTALLAHASSEEJ 30 Days On Repair Guarantee.
'" Lawrence Stewart, Pastor

First Baptist SUNDAY: : M. Fields

foo, Church Canal PointElder 9:45 a. m.-Sunday School has made its debut in Tallahasseewith 90 days on Cleaning & Repair Guarantee.
11:00: a. m.-Morning Worship the opening of one' of the
6:30: p. m.-Training Union largest ,units in its, lO-state chain,
Lester Reams 7:30 p. m.-Evening Worship. of discount department stores.
.t SUNDAY: 365 Days on All Recore Guarantee.
WEDNESDAY: Located in Fields Plaza, a 20- ,
" 9:45: a. m!:-'Sunday School 7:30 p. m.-Prayer Meeting acre site, the store contains 130,000 ... .
11:00: a. m.-;-'Morning Worship .
--- square feet of space, with parking
6:30: p. m.-B. 1. C. '
for 1,500 cars. new store
The Pahokee Church
.", 7:30: p. m.-Evenlng Worship. boosts the, Fields units operatingin
; TUESDAYS: Of The Nazarene 13 'the
Florida to and total in
+ 7:30: m.-Choir practice.
the chain's New Hampshire o
'S. S : Rev Max D. Jones Pastor Florida network is now 53. ,
ltjJ. 7:30: p. m.;-Midweek Prayer 433 Bacom Point Rd.
: ; According to Myer B. Marcus,
'I.i 4 Service. Phone, 924-7528 P. O. Box 882 president of 'J. M. Fields and exec-
'.' THURSDAY:=Every other week '
SUNDAY SERVICES: utive vice president of ''Food Fair Ray 'Radiator ServiceWe
: 7:30: p. m.Ladles' Auxiliary s
',' 9:45: a. m.;:Sunday School Stores, the parent company, "The
,!I :', --Meeting. 11:00: a. m.-Sunday Worship Tallahassee store was designed 'asa ,
"' t. 1 6:30 p. xn.-Juniors showcase of the latest develop- .
:::' I "; ... Church Of Christ 7:00 'p. m.-Sunday Evening I 'ments in the field of self- er"lce. Serve The Glades
t l' ., '\\,1' Evangelistic Service i I 'discount merchandising and one-

I : ,\ \ 125: N. W. Avenue D ,WEDNESDAY: stop shopping." .
,{jr "', Phone WY 6-3867 7:30: 'p;'m.-Midweek Prayer -
r,. Belle Glade, Fla. meeting. :Mr. and ,Mrs. Richard B. Smith Phone 996-2961 Belle Glade

"' SUNDAY SERVICES I "Where ,you ,are a. stranger ,but I announce the birth of,a son, Rob*
once.' ert.Coulter, born May 18. ,
10:00: a. m.-Bible Study
11:00 .-. --- . .... --_. .. ..0 _'._ . __
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9F., 7:30 p. m.-Bible StudyGladesBaptist : Pahokee

'r i' --- ;Guthrie W.. Colvard.. ,Pastor,, I ': 'DO .YOU ,PLAN .'SUMMER
:: Church SUNDAY. -:
.: School : : & '
U9:45 a. m.-Sunday '
' (Rev. Jonathan L. Wolf) 11:00 a.",m.-Morning Worship : I .5 :

Meets in Pahokee Lions Club 7:30 p. ',TO.Evening! Worship To Bulk) A
Building. '6:30 p. m.-Training 'Union + Home?

PREACHING-11OO a. m. and 7:30 p. m.-Prayer Service t
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7:30: p. m.
SUNDAY B.:Y. F. -6:30: p. m. Officers'lnstaUed
I I ..- -p.--m. By Canal Pt. WSCS If you do, it will pay you to get in touch with our

Church Of God, The Canal -Point- Methodist office in Belle Glade or Pahokee. In either place
Church WSCS installed their new
Barfield Highway

j night officers church at the service.regular Rev. Sunday Robert:, you will be given first hand information in regardto

Pahokee Fla. served offic-
Shelley as installing
J. W. Hughes, Minister a loan for your dream home. Take time out to-

Phone 924-3736 er.Those installed were Mrs. Don

,, \:" SUNDAY: Kepp, president; Mrs. Elmer Max- day and drop by you'll be glad you did.
d 3S 9:45 a. m.-Sunday School son, vice president; Mrs. Bill
,1. 11:00 a. m.-Morning Worship Johnson, secretary; Mrs Pope
'oj. 7:30: p. Evangelistic Service Sears, treasurer. Secretaries of

.' '..\ different departments Installed
I, '.I,+r ..4fTUESDAY: were: Children's work, Mrs. Boyd 'EVERGLADES FEDERALSavings
7:30 p. m.-prayer Service Vorhees; Literature and publication -
1 \<\; THURSDAY: Mrs. E. F. Hollon. And Loan
I ': 7:30 p. m.-Youth for Christ Christian social relation;. Mrs J.

.;'. 't SerVice'. .. H. Miller, Missionary and education INSURED BY FEDERAL SAVINGS AND LOAN INSURANCE CORP. ,
Mrs J. P. Parker; Spiritual
fis? DOCTOR'S HOSPITAL life, Mrs." Leonard Maxson; Promotion -'' Pahokee Belle Glade
.;Mr Agnes McClelland la. inppctor's Mrs. Walter Kautz; Student -
hospital in Coral Gable work, Mrs. Roland Kahl; Let Your Money Earn 4%% Payable SemiAnnuallyface.a i '

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Installation Byi ,
Visit Pine. IslandFishing J ] Club with a check for use in tha
\ 4 4FORA garden center. Each member received New Sales ManagerTAMPAB.
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I a 10 pound bag of fertilizer
.... responding secretary!' ; and :Mrs. C. donated by the Glades Chemical J. Phelps has been
Vacation j PAIIOKEE, FLA.
: A. Kolstad treasurer.Sod Company. appointed general sales managerof
. .. Busters: Mrs. Aryan Mayo, the Dixie Lily Milling Co. in
president; Mrs. Lee Shirley, vice Florfda, Georgia and Alabama, it
Mr. and Mrs. J. H Bordeaux of SUNDAY, MONDAY, TUESDAY
president; Mrs Howard Holman, has been announced by Cecil M
BURNHAM INN Canal Point to leave duringthe
recording secretary; Mrs. Harold plan Webb, Dixie Lily president. MAY 81, JUNE 1-%
I Air Conditioned Efficiencies Wilkinson, corresponding secretaryand weekend 'for Thomasville, Phelps, a native of Hartford,
$35 wk. for 2 peopleFree I Mrs. John Hatton, treasurer. Georgia, where they will attend Alabama, is a veteran of over 25 : "Captain Newman"
Canal Point: Mrs. Duke Tucker, the graduation of their granddaughter years in the milling business and
Boat Ramp I president; Mrs. J. G. Ford, vice Miss Lyndel Chastain, has served for the past few yearsas
RoKtAurant Nearby president,.Mrs. M. C. Carter, treas- who will receive her diploma on general manager of the Dixie GREGORY PECK, TONY
urer; Mrs. Ralph Duran, secretary. June 2. Lily Central Florida Division with
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: James City Fla. Gwinn and the three past presi- W. S. Cross of Canal Point Is a mm m *m
x : (Near Fort Myers) dents, Mrs. Powell Mrs. Elliott patient in Everglades Memorial CLASSIFIED ADS PAY ..
f 1 and Mrs. Tucker. The Sod Buster Hospital this week. BIG DIVIDENDS EIEJ.lii! IJY IJY IJU. V IJ ill.iIJ IJ..Y:
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