The Everglades news

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The Everglades news
Alternate title:
Belle Glade news
Alternate Title:
Place of Publication:
Canal Point Palm Beach County Fla
Everglades News Pub. Co.
Creation Date:
July 17, 1964
Publication Date:


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Newspapers -- Canal Point (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Belle Glade (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Palm Beach County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
newspaper ( marcgt )
newspaper ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Palm Beach -- Canal Point
United States -- Florida -- Palm Beach -- Belle Glade
26.861944 x -80.630556 ( Place of Publication )


Dates or Sequential Designation:
Began in 1924.
Dates or Sequential Designation:
-v. 44, no. 30 (Sept. 29, 1967).
General Note:
Editor: Howard Sharp, <1924-1928>.
General Note:
Publisher: Louis S. Goolsby, <1929>.
General Note:
Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 37 (Nov. 21, 1924).

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Federal's Growth Barge Canal Gets Sugar Quota Meet General Revenue I Arnold 'KirchmanFuneral

Cash From StateTALLAHASSEE Fund Is Higher I

Very SatisfactoryMore The State I I Scheduled Aug. 7 TALLAHASSEE State Comp Services

Cabinet has approved a $1.2 mill - troller Ray Green says the new I
than four hundred thous ion loan to speed up purchase of The U. S. Department fo Agri- and expanded taxes passed by the Funeral services will be held this
and dollars were paid out to 5,536 right of way for construction of: I culture announced that a public I 1963 Legislature produced more afternoon at two o'clock In thoI
savings account holders by' Everglades the Cross-Florida Barge Canal. hearing regarding allotment to than $471 million for the general I I First, Baptist Church in Belle Glade
Federal Savings and Loan The Cabinet trustees of the In- processors. of the 1964 sugar quota I revenue fund during fiscal years' 1 for former mayor, Arnold I:D;.
Association, according to Execu ternal Improvement. fund author- for the mainland cane sugar area 1963 and 1964. This amount was|"Slick" Kirchman who passed
tive Vice President Richard A. ized Attorney General James Ky- will be held Aug. 7, beginning at I 20.7 per cent higher than the pre away' Wednesday' following a long
Poston. He said the paymentswere nes to proceed with the loan and 9 a. m. (local time) in the Mon- vious fiscal period. j,and serious illness. Rev. U.. W.
made as of June 30 and at a give the state a mortgage on $1.5 teleone Hotel, New Orleans, La. The sales and use tax producedthe |Malcolm of Moore Haven and
4% per cent interest rate. The ex million in Marion County lands Purpose of the hearing is to re greatest amount of general J{former pastor of the First Baptist:
act amount of the payments was !owned by the Canal Authority but ceive evidence which will enabla revenue. This source producedmore church in Belle Glade will conduct
$411,832.03. not needed for: the canal project. the Secretary of Agriculture to than $1OOOOO above the esti- the funeral l and burial will be in
Assets are listed by the Associa I The loan will be repaid from mill- establish\ allotments which would mate, Green said. Fourteen other Foreverglades Mausoleum Gardens
tion at $22,147,856.44 as of the age levied in counties along the make efficient and equitable revenue producing taxes also topped in. Belle Glade. ''
report date of June 30, Mr. Poston canal route.Hatton'. : distribution of the 1964 quota for I I the estimate.. The deceased at 56 years h'ad
said. The Association is the coun- I the area. - served in many civic and city positions -''
ty's oldest Federal Savings and U. S. Department of Agriculture Miss during the many yearsho
Loan Association and was the first officials said that such processor Pennington had been a resident pf that city.
in the South to pay a dividend of Hiway New allotments may be necessary to I He was .a"charter member of tho, '
4% percent. carry out the provisions of Sec.2O5 I I Wins Capital Trip Belle Glade Masonic lodge and
The home office Is in Belle Glade of the Act, which require the Past, Worshipful Master ,.of 'tho''
Name Ramie Road :
and the newly built and opened Secretary to allot the quota group. He was a member 'of .the
branch in Pahokee has added to :I ever necessary to avoid when-I I Penny Pennington, who has beena Lake Worth Scottish Rite and'
the fast growing business section I Commissioners this week ings of sugar in excess member of the Pahokee 4-H Club Mahl ,Shrine. '
of Pahokee. The Association was'! I approved changing the name of quota, to prevent disorderly mark- I I for the past four 'years and also a A charter member of the BPOE
established in 1933. Mr. Poston Glades to Hat- etings. and to provide processors junior leader for three years, won 1716, he was also past Exalted
Ramie Road in the
said that 483 new accounts havebeen ton Hiway. The highway con- ,I I an,equitable opportunity to market a trip to the National 4-H Citizen Ruler' and past District Deputy of
added since the first of the I Ca- sugar within the quota for the I ship Short Course in Washington. the organization in Belle Glade.J
nects Conners Highway '
present year.Officers nal Point with Airport Road east area. ,_ _. D. C., August 1-8. Penny has Just I I. lie was president of the' Belle
for the Association arc: of Belle Glade. | recently moved to Clewiston but Glade Rotary Club and a former
Robert E. Mathews, Jr., Presi will work with Palm Beach County I director of the Everglades Savings
I Request that the road be renamed
dent; Richard A. Poston, Executive' was made by Commissioner Summer ProgramIs 4-H Club. land Loan Association.
Vice President and Manager; H. B. Penny was one of the four 4-H I Survivors include his widow,
Paul Rardin Canal Point, who said
McCall, Vice President; L. L. II I the Hatton family particularly Wearing EnL Club members who was selected Aretha<<: (Pete) ;, two sons, Pete and
Cranford, Vice President; Elmer 'Hatton-had been most instrumental j-: Thursday..July 9, from 19 finalists: Ter'Y'L.1 bona. of Belle Glade:" u ,.f
r T. Jones, Vice President; Helen V. Ray of jI ./ -- '- They will represent, more than daughter Mrs. Bobby Wilson "
Morris, Vice President and Secre: in securing right to I Next week, is the last week of 1,000 club members in over 70 Belle Glade; five brothers, Donald
tary; Mary Lou McDonnell, Treas- way for extending the highway 'the Palm Beach County Board of I clubs in Palm Beach County. Oth- W.; Louis and August, all of Belle
7% mile length
urer. present I Public Instruction Summer En- ers named were Miss Jane Drake Glade; Wilbur, in South Carolina
Directors are: William B. Rhode - I II richment' program at the Canal of Lake Worth and Harold Price, and Elmer, in Pennsylvania; one
Chairman, Robert E. Mathews, I Point School. With an enrollmentof members of Military Trail 4-H sister, Mrs. Margaret Whltloclc,
Jr., Claude L. Shirley, James A. Park Area Planned i 129 children the school has been Club and John Costello of Lake Belle" Glade; five grandchildren.
Ball, Jr., Robert D. Apelgren A. carrying on a variety of programs, Park. -
E. Kirchman, W. R. Hooker. in the game program a recent sack The finalists were Judged on j
- On Islands In Lake race for different ages found these past 4-H work, projects and a 6,966 Folks Helped
children to be the winners, Nor- speech on the theme "What 4-H
Sakser Is GivenConfidence man Arrons, Dennis Wortham, has done for me-What I .can for By State Welfare
Belle Glade Chamber of Com- Murrell Perry, Jog Carr, ,Lori I for 4-H". .
VoteSakser merce has issued a semi-annual report Wortham and Kenny Hayes. Penny was chosen first on her .,
that will be of interest to There have been 15 names ent- speech in the girls division. Rev. Paul M. Cassen, Chairman
Glade's' Residents. Highlighting the ered in the Amateur Athletic
- of District 10 Welfare Board of the
said he took his "secondjob" report was the fact that Torry and Union of the' United States whichis
made into fitness with, State Department of Public 'Welfare -
Kraemer Islands will be a physical program
to supplement his county pay
recreational spots. Parts of the interesting 10 more names to be added in the. County Will Appeal:I ,reported that in Palm Beach
check and did with the full
so per- report follow: next few day At this 'time tho County, 6966 Persons were assisted
mission of a previous commission.The "Our project for the development children are busily engaged in putting I in the four' categories of public assistance -
salary, he said, does not I of Kraemer and Torry ,Islands the finishing touches on coasters :I Big Lake ChoppingA ,for the month of June.
come from the' county share of (approximately 2000 acres) I I bags and bird pictures madeof 1964.,
gross parking lot receipts paid for and the south dike of Lake Okee- crushed marbles.' A total of, 2084 persons received
the concession by the Airport chobee into a park and recreation :The smaller children will be tak- : recent circuit court decision Old Age Assistance in the amountof
Parking Co.Chairman. I!!area has taken a big step forward. ing home paper plates decorated which upheld a legislative act cutting $102,200. 120 persons received
'- Bandlow said his I With the help of State agencies, with, macaroni,,shells. Mrs. E. H. up Lake Okeechobee between t tI ,Aid to the Blind, totaling $6,928.
prime interest the matter was the Central and Southern,, Florida Walston has been transportingchildren I five counties, will.btt' appealed by 1065 families, 'representing 3438,
,. ,> that if Sakser had time to manage Flood Control District, the Commissioners to the Pahokee swimming ,I Palm Beach County.) The commission -' children, received Aid to Dependent -
,,' the parking operation for a private of the Port of Palm pool for swimming. lessons, a task challenged the 1 legislative act Children in the amount of $65-
company, maybe the county should Beach, Rep. Emmett Roberts, made easier by Bob Apelgren who which was upheld and this week O55. 485, persons received Aid to
take over the project and let the Mayor Williams and our City Gov- loaned her a large truck, makingit voted to appeal the case to the the Disabled in the amount of
Airport Director run it for the ernment, and interested and Influ- possible for all 85 children to ar next higher court.English $26,384.In .
county. ential citizens. rive at the pool at the same time. addition 374 children received:
The commission voted unanimously "The project has been started ... service, during the month, 235 of
for a motion by Commis- and will be achieved in gradual whom were in foster homes. The
sioner Paul Rardin giving Saksera ! steps over the next several years. I Pahokee Lions To PreacherIn total state and local cost for these
vote of confidence. I We compliment these same peoplefor child welfare services was $16-
the improvements to the Ma- I Sponsor Soft BallAt I 324.27.
Richard B. LongAt rina and Port of Belle Glade whichare Pahokee SundayThe There were 9 adoption petitions
currently taking place. I I I studied for the Circuit Court.
Radio School "Signs on highways leading to the July 14 meeting of the I These are children placed in,homes
our city will soon be seen. The new i iI Pahokee Lions Club, members.voted Reverend Richard Milling- independent of service through a
BAINBRIDGE, MD. RichardB. Belle Glade brochure is about to to put a team in the' slow pitch ton, Pastor of the Baptist Churchat I licensed child placing agency, and

Long, seaman apprentice, USN I go to prinj. We ,hope to meet in I. soft ball league in Belle Glade Cheltenham, Gloster, England, I the Welfare Board is responsible
son of Mrs. Elizabeth A. Geiger of the next month with South Bay sponsored by the Belle Glade Jay- :will be preaching at the First Baptist I according to law to make these reports -
418 East Seventh St. Pahokeer is businessmen to enlist their supportin cee"s. Albert Gamot was appointed I Church of Pahokee on Sunday to the court. p
attending Radioman School at the local projects. The building of a to represent the league. I evening July 19th, at 7:30.: I Palm'Beach County is represent.
Naval Training Center Bainbridge, Palm Beach County Welcome Station Rev. John Briley introduced I Mr. Millington and his wife are .ed on the District 10 Welfare
on U. S. 27 is being explored." David Cunningham who presented I living at Belle Glade, while he is ''I Board by Rev. Paul M. Cassen and
Md.He is studying international Our chariman of the "Clean up several musical selections accompanied in a pulpit exchange with Rev. J. F. Thomas, Jr. from West Palm
Morse Code, teletype machines Belle Glade Committee" is working i by Miss Dottie Lair at. the Luther Key, Pastor of the First- Beach; J. T. McMurraln. Delray
and the operation and repair of with the city government prior to Piano. Baptist Church there. They will be Beach Mrs. Wilda Tuft. Lantanaand
most shipboard radio equipment. launching this campaign. A new:I| Bob Adams of the Clewiston in Belle Glade during the months Mrs.. M.. H. Bleech Pahokee.
city map has been produced and Lions Club was welcomed as a of July and August. -
Mr. and :Mrs. J. L. Jackson of new Chamber stationery prinCed.: I|guest. The club discussed several I The Pastor of the Pahokee chur- Mr. and Mrs. Leo Wroten have
Macon Ga., are the guests of her In addition the usual business of,I projects and agreed to present ch extends a warm welcome to all returned from a' visit with .relatives '
uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. J. L. that Chamber of Commerce continues |these projects at the next board of the community to hear this man '' in Dothan Ala:, and 'ICari-
Humphrey. at an accelerated pace. 1[meeting for discussion. I I I of God while he is in our midst !l anna Fla. -





i Friday July 19G4

Pe" Two The Everglades New. Canal Point. Florida. 33438 :7

---Private- .----School- --of--Lake-- I '-,Mr. and Mrs. L. J..JFrazer and Mr. and Mrs.Diana, Eustls and Blackwell Bill left,
to Tufts I and children,
I son-in-lav/ana -daughter
i' Worth. their and Saturday to attend cVnp ing'
.. The board also Instructed Sale- and Mrs. Bill Davenport in South Carolina and New York ,
Debbie I
r ser to request the Federal Aviation daughters Terry and visiting to attend the World's Fair. They ;; . "
In the FAA Brandon are In New York I month. r .
Agency to place money plan to remain about a .
current.budget for construction of the World's t
a, new traffic control tower at the ..'-+a
base- > *
Meanhme", the board .learned,.
3 that the; present tower is being repaired -
at the cost of about $1,000. iriEq

County Airport Director Frank S ,
Sakser was given a vote of confidence . .
by the county commissionthis Y
week as the result of a news-

The Rardin Buii&rife, In Canal; Point, Florida paper The article article.quoted Chairman Ed- \ \\ \ ,
--_ -- .' ; ward Bandlow as saying that Sak- :
ser:>. dugs 'position as Airport'AD1-!
ftE'WSServing< .l.manager pTeprivately ;::
THE EVERGLADES operated airport parking lot as 11yi ,f
a' "conflict of l}terpst."
the Lak
Interruption Every Week for Nearly 40 Years Barbara York Will

Established March flf' .1924 _- Published Every FridaySubscription
Wed H. L. MilliganMr.
Price $2.00 Year In AdvanceThe

Everglades News Is Entered at the Post Office and Mrs.,M. B. York of 3533:

f. ,..InCanal, Point, Florida, as Second Class Matter Airport Road, nn-ounce' the.Barbara engagement .
of their daughter, -
Paul Rardin Owner Editor Publisher Ann to Harold Levon Milli
gan of Belle Glade. Miss York is a
graduate of Belle Glade High

Here Is What Transpired At Monday's School secretary and in is Magistrate now employed a In Florida. rr.rill

Meeting: Of The Palm Beach Mr. Milligan is the son of Mr. . .
and Mrs. C. L. Milligan: 1641 Palm

dounty CommissiOnA St. by He is'Everglades employed' as Fire a fire'Control warden at a picnic, beer is a naturalWhen .

District. He is a graduate of Cull-
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1 man High School Cullman Ala. you're relaxing at your,favorite outdoor beauty spot with
number of Items concerning:' to contact Molecular" Research rep- Wedding plans are being made for friends or family and thirst's whetted by fresh air and exer-
Ire. tenants at Palm.:Beach attentionthis ,;'interna- |lease resentatlves He recommended in connection: that with th3I the August 30 at the First Baptist cise-that's the ideal time your for a cool l, refreshing glass of beer. In
tional Airport drew the Church of Belle Glade. recreation swimming, hiking, or justwatching
fact can name
commis I county terminate negotiations . you your
week of the county -
in the world fits it
the company since it apparently TV-and chances are nothing quiteas
sion.After. calling forbids" for air conditioning I had no immediate interest in rent- HOME FROM TRIP well as beer.
two buildings at the base I I ing space. Mr.: and Mrs. W. D. Reid and Your familiar glass of beer is also a pleasurable reminder that

in: an effort to provide facilltes: for I The commission decided to approve Linda have returned to their Nomaafter we live in a land of personal freedom-and that our right to enjoy-

prospective tenants 'the. board I the air conditioning contractfor a visit with Mr. and Mrs. R. beer and ale if we so desire is just one, but an important one, of
one ,of "the tenanf. :I ,Precision Scientific and to L. Kledzlk at Green Cove Springs, those personal freedoms.
:Molecular Research Inc.-was complete general repairs to tho Miss Ann Reid at Bufford, S. C. -
apparently I showing little, interest building so the company can start and her parents. Mr. and Mrs. R. In goes with fun, with relaxation
in completing( lease' arrangements.The .,I I operating. B. Game at Mullins, S. C. On the @ .
second tenant PrecisionS In another action the* board approved return trip they visited Silver
cleatlflc--gave ,its\ approval a= ;Ito leasing an airport building I Springs. '....
the1 air conditioning. contract? and 1 I

other, conditions V and( said ,it was, -
ready to start operator ,at the base ,
said,Airport he had Director tried without Frank' Sakaer result,, 1'' ,. %. .4y.yy**&">vV/*'' Tfr k : v* +l -p >;-'; 0"*'1f'; : *s:*;>$ *k'G o'
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A}, classifieds, as you wish' to. call ( '. <. 'StM, ara.r: *ffi1'\ffielS\' llavve''b; ) ,i i 'fo ontes with three geiierauonat/.....:,:. ?. '. .:: : '' .: (I.
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t .Southern, farroers.because they're always there withse :<<: /:); tt.: ; '-t ::::i :
his ,day, forward..Don't phone,'em. .0.; : "" ,;* ..
Write, it, and drop a dollar bill in, \ maximum. i''muscle. ,,at'"economical'cost. You,,too..ynn find that N t: ( 't : : :::
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and, (; : = ''.. *c:><>. 1: . 4. "t'f": ..
a'i: ? 'se.: '.ca' w';;; '+ : ana : : .' .
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2SKi-, .'Standard Bteel Fuel-Its> purity t.t :
HAVE. YOU decided ,to clear, outthy '... .': ... $..:f:tx...*%>:,,-. 4r'$jt:' i N 3_ &, : < ::: ?: '
attic'and: /advertise Hie stuff b.: 'f 4.t? qu$ an, full.Pombustion,. hard-working power. %w4S+: ;; : ) .

for sale tnrdugh these columns T k:. .:. :. ..';:!,,? ; <. .' .;"iS ii''* *..f.. ** ;it; .;,,:V* :&{ ;>;' \xSi_.SwN "t v.'%* *J!*
You'll be surprised how much stuff :::'ti.. ,,'e A.. f.t. k" & .'r,**>J):: '; ""t '*!isi'sv, ,.U tUSiSi:: t2sj.f5:, ! '>$vj .ju. < \
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Oct. 17-54-ch :: >; ..'\ We take; : better care J 1l'.i:
B3 THERE ANYTHING in the attic of your equipment t1'1iw.rt: [4/1' 'f.
you'd like to convert into ?
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cash? A small classified ad in J. < ..
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this column will turn, the trick.-: It (, f '<<< 1 j'
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7] ,BY SINGER ; a <
Brand new Round Bobbin aewingeiachlne.
Back tacks seams-sews! _
over pins-dial tension and stitch
regulator. $59.50-$9.50: : .down and OQ
:$5.OO: a month. Glades Mercantile
.Company 255: : E. Lake Avenue Pa-
'hokee 924-5597.: : AlTtf

:HOUSE FOR SALE: Almost new
'CB home. 3 br, 2 bath completely katvo,4
furnished, $4OOO cash including
owner's equity and furniture. Balance .- 1
like rent. Also FOR SALE; TTL
'60 acres of muck land on the old !
:2>ahokee-Belle Glade Road. Price
reduced. See or call Dan Carpenter -
Realtor. Telephone '4-7153 residence -
47235.: July 3 tfc

South Bay Area 320 acres
Pahokee1 area well developed, well
drained, $ro.oo acre, yearly lease.
Phone' 924-5711: Lewis Buckner. ,

.DR SALE: 7 to 9 H.July P. Briggs 3 .tfc' M. I. KEEN Agent . -. .w.. '. ... AM .,.
..;*hd Stratton engine with 6 to 1
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f, Deduction gear $220.00 value for Canal Point, Florida
j160,00'Bob Douthit, Pahokee.
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How to speak out for freedom todayFree

men have never gone in much for silence. own family's future. you're helping Uncle : .'

Even before the first thirteen-States'I became Sam tend to the business of keeping,men free. .

United tes,men'were speaking freedom. today. '. ""it' : '
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loud and clear. ** .,;, Perhaps you don't speak out for freedom f In<. .! , \ ".. '
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Today Americans speak,'out for 'freedom! the same tone of :voice when you buy a'Bond' G. "

many ways! -in,Congress,'fel cal government, '\ as ,Patrick ,Henry did in his .famouspeech.s t ,r l'; '

in neighborhood activities/Some./ speat out for But: :you speak every,bit as surely. And every .' .. i. 1
freedom in other languages, in other lands. bit as proudly. . ;' ": .;.4 rfl'\

: And millions of Americans speak out for :free Why not speak out for freedom nowfr Buy .. '.', , 1.1", ,
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..._. The Everglades News Canal Point, Florida 33438 Friday .Tuly'17. 1964

Mr. and Mrs. Scott left Mr. and Mrs. Rupert Mock, and -.Mr.- -and Mrs. J. E. Williams
last week on a trip to New YorV son Jon were the guests of Mr. and spent'the weekend at their home in,
I 1KR1Q41WSNOTES E I and the World's Fair. They will Mrs. Don Kepp at Naples last Salt Springs 'where they w rejoined
: Q!A thler son and daughter-
also visit his brother in Newburg, weekend. Jon is remaining with by and Mrs. John Willi-
and extendedvisit. ,
I Kentucky N. Y., and famllly West and Virginia.friends in Mr. and. Mrs. Kepp for an lams and family of Orlando.
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and family Jim and Dick Tyson left this
Mr. and Mrs.BUl Moss
I 1 I Mr. and Mrs. Richard Nason and R To RT wi'Tw, _!,xwr' .*: !."" North Carolina - "'""''I> ----
left Thursday for week for Rockmont N. C., where (""I UJAA..AW
where 'Bill. Jr., and Larry will family have returned to their I
; they will be in camp for five weeks. : I
attend Camp Ridgecrest for Boys. home after a vacation at Sarasota,,
I Reid Tillery and Allen Wroten, Beach and the Mountainsin
Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Hughesand Smokey Cattle Sales .
left Tuesday morning by bus ..for I North Carolina. Monday
weekend visit . .
children were Camp Ridgecrest for Boys in North ,
ors in Homestead at a family reunion Carolina where they will be in Mr. and Mrs. Joe Tom Boyntonleft
for ,her mother, Mrs. M. J. camp for five* weeks. this week for a vacation in the Are regularly held at the Glades Livestock Market
Sapp. mountains
of North Carolina.
Mrs. Jack Phillips and childrenof which is owned and operated by more than 120
Claudia and Marilyn Shirley and Fairfax, S. C., are the guests of .
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Beverly Wilkinson are attending:I her parents Dr. and Mrs. L. W. wwwwunJwwuVisit Florida Cattlemen. I
Camp Crestridge for Girls in North Armstrong. They plan to return to You'll enjoy the excellent service you receive here

Carolina.Jimmy They Wilkinson' were who accompaniedby will attend I their home today. Pine Island at this Market. We make an effort at all times to I

Camp Rldgecrest for Boys. "Mrs. Ida Larrimore has returnedto FORA give an outstanding service to buyer and seller. Giveus
I. her home in Tallahassee aftera I
Mr. and Mrs. Lee Parker and visit with Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Fishing: Vacation a trial.SALES. i
children and Philip White left this Davis in Pahokee. . . I
week for North Carolina where I
Mark Parker and Philip will: attend Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Moore and
AT 1 m.
Rldgecrest for the next five family are spending their vacationin 1
weeks. Arkansas and plan to return Conditioned Efficiencies

Mrs. Bob Maxson is convalescing home around 'July 20. $35 wk. for 2 peopleFree Glades Livestock MarketASSOCIATION i

at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Some of the local Boy Scouts Boat Ramp
R. J. Maxson after spending several attending Camp Tanah-Keeta In Restaurant! Nearby
days in Everglades Memorial Jupiter are Omar Adams, Lucky
Hospital.Mr. Hewell, Dick Hurt, Robert Lev Phone OW 8-9851 On Pahokee-Belle Glade Road
ins, Rodney Pennington, Paul Cook Phone WY 6-3028
and Mrs. Lon Wilson left and Bobby Holmes. They were accompanied St. James City, Fla.
Friday for a' weeks visit with their by Scout Master., Pop (Near Fort Myers)
and family, Mr. and Mrs.B. I I 111)Jo11j.LIIIV'I II.MIII .I.III 'I
daughter Reynolds. 1 V--'I I\.l.II V--'IIV i I V--'I I.U.I'' I. 'I.l.II V..Jj.j.LIII
Elliott in Tallahassee and relatives -,f
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DouglasMiners and Allen and 'Vr "fI.'tI.." ffl UI1'I /AWWI ,." ," 'Uffl urrrU'i'N'lt7Yfli'' '' Ii''fIi' ''tIm''.'' ;..'''fr': 'r _

Steve Miners left by bus Tuesday 1
from West Palm Beach to attend

Camp Ridgecrest for Boys. Everglades Federal Savings And

Miss Heather Reed and Eugene
Reed returned Monday from a visit I

with relatives in New York. : Loan Association ol Belle GladeBELLE

Mr. and Mrs. Charles Wilkinson
returned recently from a vacationat GLADE, FLORIDA
Sarasota Beach.},
,/ Dr. and Mrs. E. J. Graham are L, ..' ', _. .
vacationing at their summer cot- :. STATEMENT OF CONDITION
tage at Buck Head Ridge on Lake .d, "." It'< ," vv:>: /,>-'.*v .*:r As Of June 30 1964 ..
Okeechobee. '.. ,

Marvin Vandegrift plans to enter ,/
\ Lakeland General Hospital

Sunday for surgery. ASSETS Liabilities and Capital

Mrs. Ethleen Zachry and her \ '

4 two grand daughters of Atlanta First Mortgage Loans .............. $19, 51,553.80; Savings Accounts .................... $19,557,524.67
Ga., arrived for week's .
Friday a V i iLoans'oh I .,
visit with her sister Mrs. Sally I Savings Accounts. '.....?. - 46,88JL.60 .. :,, '
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Butler. j "or ' Advances.from Federal
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Mr. and Mrs. M. J.. Sapp are F.,I-I. A. Title I .,, : Home Loan Bank ................. None
.spending their vacation in Home- Improvement Loans ............ 80,714.56
tead and the Keys. They plan to
I return at the end of the week. Real Estate Sold on Contract :... 49,254.97 Loans in Process ...................... 558,389.90Real

J Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Tucker have Estate Owned ................._ 81,428.71

returned from a visit with :Mr. and Cash and Investments / Other Liabilities .......................- 12,382.58
Mrs. Walter Shows and Mr. and : ,
Mrs. Lee Hueston Shows In Jack
t Federal Home

:: sonville. Loan Bank Stock .............. 240,000,00U. Estimated Federal Income Tax. 18,562.15
Ron McAnally has returned from ,.
a visit with his parents at Tisha- I S.Government:: i

J mingo Miss.Gaulden .. Obligations ...... 1....... ...1?.. 'r- 826,892.43 Deferred 36,217.25
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Harrington .pent" ''the '* 1' v>
Other Investment Securities ..
weekend of July 4 at McDonald' 103,125.00 Specific Reserves .............. .... 21,964.63
Singer Beach Villas in Riviera.Mr. .
Accrued Interest

and Mra. Don Adam and ReceivableInvestments .
: 16,741.87 Reserves '
t. children were the weekend guest General :
t b> of Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Padgett Cash on Hand,& in,Banks. .... 1,328,224.92 Federal '\
"". and family at Waldo, Fla'-'White

: there they visited :Mrs. Adam's Office'Building & t ..Insurance .... $931,584.06

; brother and sister-in-law. Dr. and Equipment. (Net) .....".::'.......... ...\.-284,050.031 IFlU": < : '... :
fro :Mrs. Max Wilson in Gainesville. *.JjAa4 *
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They were accompanied porno>by Property Held for \, P' J :-: 'I .
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XV M. Wilson who has beay&iting ; ; :
his son for some Urn*. *...*.. :"TFiiture ExpansiopiNet" ( ) ....! .rl'CT'?,; 23,579.5J:.:.. '_" \i :"tali-. s' / -,. ', '
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$ r r" jpDeferrecl .lV.
Mrs. Adaline Wroten was abler ( Charges:and f.; rm: 'I ; .S\jig[\ >lus & Other Reserves ........ 183,233725

to return to her home this,week Other Assets ........................ 115,909.44
., after a weeks stay in the local hos %.

1 Mr. and Mrs. Paul Tillery are $22,147,856.44 $22,147,856.44Your

;,' spending a week at the Anchorage
If Motel in West Palm Beach.

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

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Rebecca, Grimes To Turnpike Piles Up I Seaman Spires Is World's FairGebJ

Wed G. W. LawtonMr. Record Of Miles On Missile Cruiser Governors Presence

and Mrs. Clifford -- \
Grimes, of Spires TALLAHASSEE Gov. Farris
kee!, I seaman apprentice, USN, son of Bryant flew unexpectedly to New
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Spires of 262
their York recently for conferences set
I E. Seventh St., Pahokee, is a crew-
George up in an effort to revitalize the
member of the Navy nuclear pow-
and Mrs. I
for ered guided missile cruiser USS Florida World's Fair exhibit.
St. I he is at- Long Beach with the Sixth FleetIn Gov. Bryant was joined by Wen-
The the Mediterranean. dell Jarrard Florida Development
the spending Long Beach is one of three nuclear Commission chairman; Roger
of her powered ships now operatingin Staked Development Commission
on in Seat- Mediterranean.. The aircraft' director; and Florida World's Fair
at three I
attend a carrier USS Enterprise and the executive committee members
Guthrie Idaho. guided missile destroyer USS Bain- Dick Pope of Cypress Gardens,
ceremony guest of bridge are also serving with the McGregor Smith of Florida Power
George and Linda! fleet and have at times operated and Light Co. and Don Shoemaker -
the I I together forming the world's first of The Miami Herald.
The the next nuclear powered surface ship task Bryant met with Robert Moses,
Pahokee of his aunt force. president of the World's Fair Corp-
received I
: Leon He will have an opportunity to oration in an effort to get Moses
has is on va visit ports in France Italy Spain to live up to commitments to make
ami, and Greece while in the Mediter- the Florida exhibit more accessibleto
terrey, Tyson had ranean. the
visiting public.
University _
their e. Topics under discussion were a
Spanish Mr. Nason 0: Sgt. Barnes Wins moving sidewalk that would take
fair-goers into the Florida area
Boca to his MATS Graduation without a long walk, and the removal -:
Fla., and of Flor- of a fence that forces visit-
where he1' weekend ORLANDO-Technical Sergeant ors coming into the huge parkinglot
in Mrs. R. Ernest J. Barnes, son of Mr. and to walk more than a mile to
Mrs. Homer S. Barnes of 263 Lake get to the Florida exhibit.
couple will re- Ave S, Pahokee, Fla., has graduated The 3.5-acre site of the Florida
at from the Military Air Trans- Pavilion is off from the main part
will be port Service (MATS) Senior Noncommissioned of the fair and is not easily access-
psychology' I Atkins re Officer Academy at ible to fair goers.
of M1nn a visit Orlando AFB, Fla. The Florida poropises, trained to
family In Sergeant Barnes, who received perform at the Florida exhibit at
ton will advanced leadership and manage- the Maml Seaquarlum were sup-
of and ment training, is an aircraft main- posed to underwrite the operatingcosts
her studies I for tenance technician with a MATS of the entire Sunshine State
Clearwater unit at Robins AFB, Ga. His squadron pavilion, but crowds have been
BACK TO supports the MATS mission of disappointing at the entire fair un-
Mrs. : to his providing global 'airlift of U. S. til now and admissions to the por-
ed to her i at Good military forces and equipment.The poise show are not coming up to
after : Palm sergeant's wife, Gloria, lathe expectations.
her sister -1>.. .
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert -
and Mrs. ;I i are R. Henderson of 111 Barfield: VISIT IN KENTUCKEYMr.
while Mrs. at Highway, Pahokee. and Mrs. William Howrad
Everglades I - and son Billy, are the guests of
of his IIOOSIER VISITORS his mother, Mrs. Myrtle Howard
HOME Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. Marion Wright hadas and other relatives in Lexington,
Mr. and Louisville, also to visit their,
Ky. They plan
Sunday dinner guests, his Sister
turned l(son-in-law and daughter Capt. and
with are the and family, Mr. and Mrs. Cecil l Mrs. Charles McCurdy and family
Atlanta, .. Rev. Webster of Gary, Ind.. his brother|at Myrtle Beach Air Force Base,
guests of at Enter- and family, Mr. and Mrs. WarrenC. N. C. before returning home.
in-law, Mr. Wright of Clewiston and their . ...
tham, Jr. was daughter and son-in-law, Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Nance and
., due to Mrs. Buddy Mills of Pahokee. family and her sister Mrs. Polly I
surgery of . Massingill returned this week "
Mrs. Tochle Berry. is spending from a visit with relatives in Lake
t to his months vacation at Naples, Fla. City, Tenn.
IS/4 his son
and Mra. -
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Atlanta, ,
week of his t
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Mrs. W. M 1
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first year Bach of the'seven denominations of Series E: Savings
comparable Bonds shows a different' President of the United States. If
tl In ou'n interested In this kind of art, the seven make a nice
in 80 collection.
1,063 to Along with the bobby Savings Bonds offer such extraa
with ser- as riskless Investing, 33 H% more money at maturity, and
financial freedom for your future.
But there are other kinds of freedom tied In with your
purchase of Savings Bonds. Freedom to speak your piece,
'> Leonard choose your job, and own your property, to name a few.
d for Black Every Bond you buy helps our government further the)
Dob- cause of freedom everywhere in the world today.
Lynn Why not start collecting U.
Tyson will Savings. Bonds now! Only $ .
each for the George SOlE a .J
variety, at your' bank or on Pa .
Mathis nf roll Savings where you work. I

of their Keep freedom In your future witH
Mr. and

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SIX Everglades News Canal Point. Florida 33438 Friday July 17, 1964 i

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,The Methodist Church Holy Nativity The Pahokee ChurchOf

Canal: Point, Florida Episcopal ChurchPahokee The ,NazareneRev. 4..

Max 1)Jones, Pastor '
Robert A. Shelley, Pastor -
433 Bacom Point Rd.
SUNDAY: Rev. L. Lossing, Vicar
Phone 024-7528 P. O. Box 882
10:00 a. m.-Church School SUNDAY: 1L :
'11:00: a. m.-Morning Worship 10 a. m.-Sunday School SUNDAY: SERVICES: :.
9:45: a. m.-Sunday School
6:30: p. m.-Youth Fellowship. 11:00 a. m.-Worship Service
7:30 11:00 a. m.-Sunday Worship A <
: p. -Evening Worship ::
6:30 Juniors r1fI
,MONDAY: South Side ChurchOf p.
7:00 p. m.-Sunday Evening
3:15: p. m.-Youth Choir practice
>;1 ChristBelle Evangelistic Service
from 7:30 m.-Midweek Prayer
Glade across p.
7:30 p. m.-Esther Class meet-
Bowling Alley on Rd. 80 meeting.
: 0:00 a. m.-Bible Study "Where you are a stranger but
11:00 m.-Sermon once/*
a. .
8:00: p. m.-Woman' Society .
6:30 Evening
: p. m.-
1st Tuesday.WEDNESDAY
: 6:30: p. m.-Wed.-a.Bibla Study Church Of God,

7:30 p. m.-Prayer Meeting
.. -. St. Peter's Lutheran Barfield HighwayPahokee

First Methodist Church, Belle Glade Fla.J. ; &}b

Church PahokeeJohn W. Hughes, Minister
August Koerber, Pastor Phone 924.3736
601 W. Lake Rd., Belle Glade SUNDAY:
A. Bnley, Pastor. SUNDAY:
0:45: a. m.-Sunday School
SUNDAY: Divine Services 11 A. M.
' 11:00 a. m.-Morning Worship
0:45: :) a. m.-Church School School 9:45 A. M.
7:30 p: Evangelistic Ser-
11:00: ,a. .-Morning Worship I viceTUESDAY
6:45: :) p. .-MYF
7:45 The Church Of God :
p. m.-Evening Worship
7:30: p. m.-Prayer Service
rUESDAY: Of Prophecy, PahokeeCanal THURSDAY:
7:00: p. m.-Vesper Choir prac' Point Road
: p. m.-Youth for Christ
: John H. Kinard, pastor Service. .

:', ,. 7:45: p. m.-Mid.week devotions 10:00: a. m.-Sunday School
t 11:00: a. m.-Preaching Service First BaptistChurch : '. .<

8:30 p. m.-Senior Choir prac- 7:45:) p. Evangelistic Service PahokeeGutbrie Mr. and Mrs.! 'Eugene C. Draley of Hampton Virginia, announce the

*!,. ticeChurch 8:00: p. m. Tuesday-V.L.B. engagement of their daughter, Mary Ellen, to William Sloan Plumer
a -. 8:00: p. m. Thursday-W.M.B. W. lvard, Pastor. Jr., of Pahokec, Florida. Miss Draley was graduated from Hampton
Everyone welcome. Special music SUNDAY High School and is attending'-Duke University in Durham, North Caro-
<- Of Christ and singing. 0:45: School lina, where she is a member of Kappa Delta Sorority. Mr. Plumer grad-
', .. a. a. m.-Sunday uated from Asheville School, Asheville, North Carolina, and is also at-
125 N. W. Avenue D 11:00 a. m.-Morning Worship tending Duke University. The wedding will take place on August 22ndIn
I 7:30: p. m.-Evening Worship
, Phone WY 6-3867 Canal Hampton.
6:30: p. m.-Training Union
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Belle Glade,.Fla. Baptist Church WEDNESDAY:
}" SUNDAY SERVICES Patterson CircleIn Miss Wed To
t 7:30 p.:\\m.-Prayer Service Godsey
.'. 30:00: a. m.-Bible Study Lawrence Stewart, Pastor -- .
Murrell LivermanMiss
Monday MeetingThe
11:00 a. m.-Morning Worship SUNDAY:

., 7:30: p. m.-Evening Worship 9:45: a. .m.-Sunday School Glades Baptist Church
.WEDNESDAY' 11:00 a. m.-Morning Worship lone Patterson Circle of the Lois Jean 'Godsey became

.f 7:30 p. m.-Bible Study 6:30 p. m.-Training Union (Rev. Jonathan L. Wolf). Canal Point Baptist Church met the bride of Murrel D. Liverman

I -- 7:30 p. m.-Evening Worship Meets in"'Pahokee' Lions Club at the church, Monday with the at the First Baptist Church of

CLASSIFIED ADS PAY WEDNESDAY: Building. opening prayer given by Mrs. J. tl. Belle Glade, July :5.) Mrs. Livermanis
'. BIO DIVIDENDS 7:30 m.-Prayer Meeting a. m.
p. PREACHING::00 a. m. and Bordeaux. Mrs. J. E. Williams gave the daughter of' Mr. and Mrs.

, "rt 7:30 p. m. the call to prayer with a reading Raymond Godsey of 1108 W. CanalSt.
', SUNDAY B. Y. F6:30 p. m. from the 12th chapter of Acts. Mrs. ., Pahokee. She is a graduate of

WED. PRAYER-7:30 p. m. J. L. McCall circle chairman presided Pahokee High School. Mr. Liver-::.
.- .. at the business meeting. man, the son of Mr. and Mrs. Gar;.

There were 11 members present.The land Liverman of Marathon, residesat
, After VacationDo ,St. Mary's Catholic program :'Before the Seven- 1105 NE. First St. Belle Glade.A .

ChurchFather ties" was presented by program graduate of Marathon High
'T chairman, Mrs. J.. D. Latham, who School, he is employed by Kwlk
was assisted by Mrs. W. S. Cross, Chek.

You Plan To Build? Sunday Francis Mass11:30: Fennech a. Pastor m. Mrs. C. B. Jones Mrs. Alma Nail, Given in marriage by her father,
Mrs. Nellie Reuter, Mrs. M. F. the bride wore a full ,length gownof
,. ... Confessions before Mass
,, ..- George, Mrs. J. H. Bordeaux, Mr*. white chiffon over taffeta. Tbd
\," I Williams, and Mrs. McCall. The bodice of Chantilly lace was held

,First Baptist closing prayer was given by Mrs. by a crown of seed pearls. She car-

',' Right now, of course, folks in the Glades Church Canal Point Latham. The August meeting will ried a white satin Bible and a bou-
be held at the home of Mrs. C. B. quet of sweetheart roses centered
4. : are thinking* about vacations. With Jones with Mrs. Paul Rardin In with an orchid. The maid of honor'

Elder Lgstcr Reams charge of the program. was Miss Bonnie Godsey, sister 'of'

school out, crops ,harvested, every- SUNDAY: -AI _ the bride. She wore a powder blue

few weeks of rest and 11:00 9:4:) a. m.Sunday School Chapel By The Lake silk chiffon street length dress.
thing points to a a. m.-Mol'I'tng 'Worship z Best man Was Airman Rudy Dykesof
6:30: p. m.-B. ". C. Scene Of Crusade Orlando.
were Larry
ecreti n. Glades,folks are entitled to 7:30: p.' m.:-Evening Worship. Pate and Larry Altman.

TUESDAYS: A "New Life tinder. ,the Stars" =- -..

;... that after: a busy.season." : W :NESDmA-: 9tr'} ..racUoe.r-: Zte.: Crusade,will be conducted. in the Witnesses Gather At
: .1100
:1 ., s 7:30 p./m.-Midw; Prayefl.' Chapei-By-The-Lake.. South
'" Palm Floridaon
", '" t r Flagl *We.lJ.t-
.' v \ t'fr Service.
However following vacation shoulcl you ,J July 26 August: 1964.
: : ;THURSDAY:-Every other _wfekt Witnesses
The' na ade is sponsored by the Jehovah's 12,071
be interested in building a new home, ::30 p. '#'iJ'n.--Ladles Ung.'f"AttxilyaChristian *'' First Baptist Church of West Palm strong from Florida 'and Georgia

.-.-.. Beach. ''Dr. Angel Martinez, out assembled In Jacksonville Sundayto
you will do well to visit Everglades standing evangelist will be preach- hear Joseph Saia district minIster

) Science ing, and the music will be under speak on 'Peace-' Among

Federal. Here you will .find helpful Group Of Canal 'Point"I Jr.the direction of William A. Cox- Men of?"Good Will' or ArmageddonWhIch -

folks when it comes to arranging a Dr. Jess Moody, pastor, of the A part of those in attendance at
shall not die, but live, and
church, that is the
announces everyone mass meeting was a group of
loan. Stop in at our office in Belle Gladeor declare the works of the Lord" given a special invitation to at- delegates from Canal Point. The

-thIs verse from Psalms is part tend. Services will be conducted I event was the four-day district

Pahokee. You'll be glad you did.verg1ades of the Golden I Text that will introduce I each morning at 10:30: and each convention of Jehovah's Witnessesheld

the Bible Lesson to be I evening at 7:45., The morning services at the Jacksonville Coliseum.In .
heard at Christian Science chur- I. will be in the church auditorium his address Sala said, "Close
ches this Sunday. The subject Is and the evening services in atudehts of the Bible are watching
'Life" the Chapel-By-The-Lake. for the fulfillment of its
Federal and begins a series on . propheciesin
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names which belong to God. modern events and situations.

Readings win include the following Taylor Circle Met They see all the political rulers and
Savings And :Loan Association lines from the Christian Sci- their fighting forces being gath-
ence textbook: "Because Life Is At Scruggs HomeThe ered together- irresistibly to the

God. Life must be eternal, .self- -war of the great day of God theAlmighty
existent. Life Is the everlasting I Alberta Taylor Circle of the /,at Armageddon."
LOAN INSURANCK CORP. AM. the Being who was and is and Canal Point Baptist church met. The -Canal Point witnesses re-

shall be whom nothing can erase" at the home of 'Mrs., Arnold J: turned home ,spirtually, refreshed,

': Let Your.Money Earn 4%%Payable (Science..ami llemlth:' with Key, to Scruggs with*-five' members pres.determined'.to increase their ser-

: .- the Scriptures,''Mary Baker Ed- ent. The program,was. i,vjce j to.:;qd.
Semi-Annual I the form of panel discussion with _. .!-y.
dy, pp. 280.;:MO. ): a i.> -- .. -
- .- all members taking part. Mrs. ,HOME FROM HONEYMOON

< Gene Aldridge'left by bus Tuesday Scruggs gave the devotional. The I Mr. and Mrs. Ronnie Berry have
PAHOKEE BELLE GLADE to attend a five week. sessionof next meeting will be held at the returned' to Pahokee after a

Camp .XUdfeecrest ,for' Boys in home of Mrs. Charles''BrownT' In months .honeymoon on the Gulf ati
North Carolina. August. Naples, Fla.

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Eight The Everglades News, Canal Point. Florida 33438 Friday, July 17, 1964

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I Mr. and Mrs. Bob L. Huffstetlerof Mr. and Mrs. Charles W. Thomasof 'Circles Of BaptistsIn The August meeting will be held at

Moore Haven announce the Belle Glade, announce* the birth the home of Mrs. Mock.

birth of a daughter Lisa Ann born of a son July 12. Weekly Meetings The Grace Jernigan Circle met at
July 9. I Mr. and Mrs. Gene Ulmer (Suz- I the home of Mrs. Wiley Tillis at.

anne Chastain) of Clearwater, an- "Before me Seventies" was the 8 p. m.:Tuesday with Mrs. Mary
Mr. and Mrs. Donald Wayn nounce the birth of a daughter Me-J I title of the program presented to Hammond presenting the program
BIRTHS Griffin of West Palm Beach an- Ma- the three WMU circles of the First
linda Suzanne. Born June 28. assisted by Mrs. Tillis and Mrs.
nounce the birth of a son Donald Mr. and I Church of Pahokee Tuesday -
ternal grandparents are I Baptist Bob Henderson. Mrs. Lois Carsonwas
Wayne Jr., born July 10. Mrs. O. H. Chastain. Maternal Wednesday of this week. welcomed as a visitor. Mrs.

:Mr. and Mrs. Uylsess Grant Mr. and Mrs. Robert L. Reece of great grandparents are Mr. and I j At 3 p. m. Tuesday the Lottie H. E. Unwin presided at the business .
Williamson of Pahokee, announcethe Belle Glade announce the birth of Mrs. J. H. Bordeaux. Moon circle met at the home of meeting.
birth of a .daughter Barbara Douglas Coy, born July 10 --- with Mrs. F. G.
a son I I. Mrs. J. P. Herring The Betty :Mills circle met at the
Gail, born July 7. Mr. and Mrs. Alton Louis :MIms BROTHER DIES SUDDENLY Glllls presiding. Mrs. W. A. Keen, I '

Mr., and Mrs. Donald A. Jones of of Immokalee, announce the birth Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Mullis received I program chairman, was assistedby home of Mrs. C. R. Wetherington.
Belle Glade: announce the birth of of1' a son, Preston Thomas born word of the sudden death of Mrs. J. C. Mock and Mrs. Joe with Mrs. Wetherington presidingand

a son born July 9. July 11. her brother at Baton Rouge La. Thompson. The circle re-elected introducing the program. She

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birth of daughter Baton Sun- the coming year. Jr., Mrs. Lee Wroten, Mrs. M.
racek of Belle Glade announce the nounce the a accompanied to Rouge
Good Samaritan :Mullis and The community mission for the P. Stanley and Mrs. Guthrie Col-
birth of a daughter Marianne, born July 11 at day by Mrs. Morgan I
born July 9. Hospital West Palm Beach. I I Karen Mullis. month. of July will be visitation. vard.




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