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:
July 24, 1964
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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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Board's Budget For Pelican .Lake Post "I Belle Glade Credit Firemen Are Named Pahokee All-Stars

Office May Go RuralThe By Pahokee CouncilMayor

Year I Holds A-l __ I
Coming ReadyCounty Post Office department in RatingProof Duncan Padgett of Paho-Win Glades Crown

is the kee said this week that 11 men'
Washington considering con- ]
I bers of the regular and volunteer I 1 I
Commissioners will meet version of Pelican Lake post officeto that the credit rating of Pahokee All-Stars between
I i iI fire department had been named.
next Monday, July 27, to hold a an independent rural station i the city .of Belle Glade is A-i came' Chief Marvin Levins will super- eight and 12 years of age-are the <
attached to the I
hearing: on the board's budget for administratively
the coming: year which calls for ex- Pahokee post office. Such stations :I to light with the recent sale of I vise the training of Paul Collier, Glades ,Little League champions
penditures of some $17.6 million. are operated on a contract basis $2,7 OOOO in revenue bonds for Jr., James Batchelor, Foster T. according to information furnishedthis

Of that amount, taxes will be and anyone interested In contract- water and sewer Improvements. Lassiter, Wayne Burdeshaw, E. E. newspaper by Delmar Hooks,
levied to raise' about $7% million ing for the operation of this station :I Finance Officer Frank C. An- McDowell, Wheeler Ludlam, Sam coach 'and ardent sports fan. The
which entails the exact same mill- must submit a, bid to Post- derson, said the sale of the bondsto McKInstry, Jr., Leo Maxwell, Rob- Stars won a game Monday night
age levy as last year-6.889 mills. master Jensen not l later than July Potts and Sheppard, Orlando ert O. Shackford, Jr. and George from Clewiston in that Hendry

The rest of the budget is raised and F. S. Smithers and Co., New Rashley. county city by a score of 10 to 2,
through other sources of income. York, was negotiated at an interest locking up the title1.
Comparative figures for the past 28.Registration rate of 4.048 per cent. On Saturday on the Pahokee
two years on the budget show. Now The transaction will be culmi- Hatton Hiway New diamond the Pahokee Stars defeated -
Fund 1963-64 1964-6. nated Aug. 5 when the actual sale Clewiston by a score of 7 to 2.

General Open In The GladesMrs. I and interest payments will be Name Ramie RoadCounty Following their wins over Clew-
Fund ,948,311 $6,804,816 made, Anderson stated. I I iston the Stars will go to Palm
F'lne and I City, Manager Tevis Huguely and I Springs for a regional tournament
Forfeiture 1,976,132 2,091,586 Mae C. Pope, deputy regis- Anderson arranged for the sale of Commissioners last week I I and should they win there they will
the bonds with the investment I to Panama City, Florida, whero
Road andBridge trar and office manager at the approved changing the name of go
1,696,436 1,820,690 Glades Office Building said intense bankers that will allow $438,000 in Ramie Road in the Glades to Hal- they will participate in the state

Airport 6 7,212 803,429 interest in the national election is ton Hiway. The highway con- toxirney.
Capital I evidenced by the heavy registration. -- nects Conners Highway east of Canal '' Mr. BOOM pointed out that the
Outlay 1,712,500 4,609,731 These registrations are total- l Point with Airport Road east Canal Point Lions club team won
Public I ing over 100 weekly. Funeral Services of Belle Glade. I:first place in the Pahokee league
Improvement 204,306 396,943 Mrs. Pope urge", citizens to up- : Request that the rond be renamed this year again after winning the
Ocean if Commissioner same honors last year. Some of the
date their registration early was by
Boulevard 106,700 9 ,488 they have not done so. The; staff at Mac Coy Carter 73 Paul Rardin, Canal Point, who said players are on the All Star team.
Health the Glades Office Building will be the Hatton family particularlyRay Donny Martin, pitcher and Ralph
494,731 Stacy, catcher, are two of the Canal -
Unit 480,979 glad to verify your current regis- Hatton-had been most instrumental
Interest and tration status. If you have acquired Funeral services were held Tues, in securing right of Point group who played in the

Sinking W8,82 real estate or moved to another day morning at ten o'clock for ,way for building the highway to championship games.. -
$17,626,2211 I precinct, be sure to phone for reg- Mac, Coy Carter, 73, who passed I I its present 7/& mile length. I
Totals $12,850,829 istration verification. away, Saturday, ,July 18 at the Work is in progress of hard surfacing Glades Resident

The. board .m.. :also .decided, to J The registration books will be Everglade,..:Memorial. hospital, .J)nPahokee""f .I : JHattpn 'Hlway- and when , ., ;
mark time on a proposed revenue 'open' until October 3, 1964, from a cerebral hem- completed will be Another link ana -' --
bond issue1 to raise a million dollars .8:30 to 5OO.: Mondays through Fridays -.I morrhage. Cremation took place in complete loop through the sugar 32 Years PassesC.
for extension of the county at, the Glades courthouse, located Delray Beach following the services -'and vegetable growing section of 1,
court room facilities. The board, I' between Pahokee and Belle conducted at the Canal Point the area lying between Pahokeeand
next year, will likely float an Is- Glade i Baptist church by the pastor, Rev. Belle Glade.Former C. Jones, age 82 of 2660 East
sue backed by race track funds, to Lawrence Stewart. Main St. Pahokee. expired July 16
finance construction' of a number I The deceased was an ardent at County Hospital, West Palm
of county office facilities other I Sales Tax Brings sportsmen and a lover of outdoor Resident Beach. He was a resident of the
than court rooms, which are need- life. Her came to Canal Point In Glades for 32 years, coming here
ed to alleviate over crowding'in aclminlstratlve 1946 from Lincoln, Nebraska and from Alabama. He is survived by
28 Million Extra Died Suddenly
sections.Auxiliary. . upon his retirement a few years his wife, Mrs. Cora Jones, Paho-
age, he was owner and operator of kee, Two daughters and one brother. -
the Canal Point Shop. He Services were held Saturday,
Police, TALLAHASSEE-The: expanded Sports Andrew' Millikin, 73, cf West
along with friends was a frequent residentand July 18 at 2:00: p. m. at The Churchof
than Palm Beach and a former
sales tax law produced more
On Job In PahokeeThirty over and above the visitor to Fisheating, Creek, one of I sundry store operator in Ca- God of Prophecy. Pahokee1 with

normal$28,000,000 anticipated tax increase his favorite recreational spots, andit nal Point, died suddenly of a heart: Rev., J. H: Kinard officiating. In-
auxiliary police have is over that area that the ashesof of last week. terment was at Port Mayaca Cem-
during fiscal 1963-64, attack' on Thursday
from growth
been sworn in to aid the Pahokee J. Ed. Straughn, director of the his remains will be1 scattered Funeral services were held Sat- etery. Pall Bearers were: Lory
following cremation.The Martin, Robert Martin.' Jim Duncan -
Police Department under the direction Florida Revenue Commission, said urday at Haverhlll Baptist church.
deceased was a veteran of widow Eugene Martin, Donnle Martin
of Chief,Leon Guthrie. The ,today. World War 1 and a member of the Survivors include Beach two and John Ridenour.
said expanded cover- Myrtle West Palm I I
C. Straughn .
30-xnan auxiliary includes Masonic Lodge and Yusef-Kahn I -
the normal increase, eons, Walter J., Fort Myers; JohnJ.
Pell Martin Ralph, Milton .B W.I' age, plus Grotto of Akron Ohio. He ,is survived -|' Mrs.
T. Smith Charles brought in $39,000,000 over the ., Atlanta, Ga.; a daughter Routine Costs Paid
tore, James by his widow, Mrs. Doris
fiscal. He explained an increase j i Lewis Cowart, Canal Point; a
O'Conner, K. F. Bennett, Alex . 1962-63 Carter of Port Mayaca. One son, At World's Fair
I must be brother, John, Connecticut; seven .
,.;:... vJohnson, Frank. ,Rosenberg. Wen-1 of $31,000,000 fiscal' Warren\ :of Hinsdale, ,Illinois: one I five great- ,.
: -dell Harris Burry Adams, .Albert I i achieved during the current, SL. grandchildren andj, : '* '
;; 'anticipated daughter, Miss :Mary-; Carter of .grandchUdrefl(: TALA.AHASSEET: h fl !last t*..
.,;. J. Gamot Jr., Donald 'Cook: year to produce biennium Jollet, 111., and two :stepdaughters, f _, r-. $197,422 of, the $1 million earmarked : .;
: ;'. Oscar Dobrow., C. E. Williams, $60,000,000 for the ver.and' Mrs. Joanna Doering. Akron, ,Ohio, for the first year's operaUon'pfthe ,
Sam D. Belle. C. R. Wetherington, above. normal. gains. and Mrs. Barbara McCall of Nor- Circus, Performers' Florida. Pavilion of the Newf
Jr., E. R. Reynolds, Frank Roselle, folk,:Virginia: geld A Reunion York I World's Fair has been releas- }
Robert S. Douthit, Jr., Ed Sutton, Busy Schedule For Pall bearers were: 'Ray Hawk, ed to pay routine costs. V

Bill Carraway., Sr., C. E. Williams, Al Lavender, SARASOTA-More than 200 I Release of the funds came after
Johnnie Lee Moore, James W. Co. CommissionersCounty Ronald Dempsey, Dow Geiger and active and retired circus performers officials said the Florida exhibit
Vann, H. S. Barnes, Frank L. Everett Hill.Judge held a reunion on the groundsof has been operating in the red
Belk, F. S. Parrish, Thomas R. Commissioners are continuing the Ringling Residence in Sara- mainly' because general attendance
Martinez, Jr., James T. Frick, Add to set a busy schedule for Tyson SpeaksTo sota recently. For some it was the at the fair was off.
Atkins and Harry. _B. Elarbee. 1 II themselves in the way of board first meeting in more than 40 State Development Commission
Pahokee Lions
I meetings. years. Chairman Wendell Jarrard said the
Palm Lake Assn. With three special and two reg- The group is in the process of Florida..Pavilion had been ,losing
ular meetings on the calendar for Pahokee Lions met Wednesdaynoon forming an organisation to include money, but there are no plans to
Held Quarterly MeetThe July the commission voted this and discussed briefly opera- all people now living in Florida who I close the exhibit as other states
week to set another,,special sessionfor tion of the swimming pool. Appli- have been active in any phase of had done.
quarterly WMU meeting of the first Monday in August. cations were passed out to members circus life 'or show business. Recently the Florida Fair Authority ,
the Palm Lake Association was Regular board meetings are held for the swimming club.. Albert I Don Edwards of Sarasota, one voted to remove a 25 cent '+
held at the First Baptist Church of on the second and. fourth Mondayof Gamot introduced Judge J. L. "of 'the organizers, reports that admission charge to the Florida

West Palm Beach. Thursday even- each month.. .. Tyson who spoke on the new civil i more than I.20O; circus and show Pavilion and to erect a special
ing. Rev. and Mrs. Guthrie Colvard rights law. He touched on the votIng people reside on Florida's West Everglades exhibit on the lake-
and Mrs. "Wiley Tlllls represented HAS EVE SURGERY rights, public accommodations, Coast alone. "Many of the circus front. The admission charge will be ,
the First Baptist Church of Pa- Mrs. Harvey Batchelor is reported public facilities, public education, folks are difficult to find," Edwards switched to the Everglades exhibit. '
hokee. Mrs. Lawrence Stewart and to be improving nicely from and employment opportunity. Robert said. "We know them by . .

:Mrs. Paul RardIn attended as representatives recent eye surgery at Good Samar- Bee, former student member, the names they use as performers, BAKE SALE SATURDAYThe
from the Canal Point itan Hospital in West Palm Beach was welcomed as'' a guest. but often their real names are entirely Canal Point and Pahokee4H
and is expected to return to her -. .
Baptist Church. different. clubs will hold a bake sale at ,
. .. home at the ens) of..this week. Mr. and Mrs. Pete Jaudon have Echols Grocery store, Saturday at
Dr. and Mrs. W. T. Gist a d e returned to their home in Starke Mr. and Mrs. Sam McKInstry. 9 a. m. for the purpose of sending:
children are spending their vacation .... Ai Yse Watson recentlyratntnsd after a few days visit with his Jr., and children have returned Palm Beach delegates to the national
visiting relatives to: Sparta tblrss_ .. asftsftf lAR and sight sister and brother-in-law, Mr. and from a month's vacation. at Mln- 4H citizenship short court
Tenn. sebr 'toor' of Washington, D. C. Mrs. ropey: Tmisv niesot, N. C. in Washington D. C.,



r Friday July 24, 1964
Two The Everglades News Canal Point Florida 33438
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: / !I Bank Loans nTh;

L: Increase In State Your uA

ORLANDO-The nation's banks
increased their loans outstandingto
I I farmers by $i.9 billion or 27

per cent during the past two years, w
according to "Agricultural Credit
and Related Data" which was released -
Ii [I today by the Agricultural
Committee of The American Bank-
ers Association.' This raised the
total bank loan outstandings to
farmers over $9 billion as of Janu-
1 of this to T.
ary year according
The Rardin Building: In Canal Point, FloridaTHE P. Axton, chairman of the commit- kJ

LAKE] OKEECHOBEE REGION HOME OF tee."Florida's banks have received c : by,
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from the ABA a special award for
THE EVERGLADES NEWSServing service to agriculture for 17 con-
secutive years," reported David B.
the Lake o [eec obee Fanning Region Without Irons, president Florida Bankers t3t1
Interruption Every'.Week for Nearly 40 Years Association, and executive vice

Established March 11, 1924 Published Every Friday president First National Bank,

Subscription Price $2.00 Year In AdvanceThe loan Stuart.demand Irons of pointed farmers out In that recent the _ _ _ __________ -, _Jt _
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Everglades N wa Is Entered at the Post OfficeIn years has been rising steadily and i I HOME FROM INTUC){Y:
Canal Poitt, Florida, as Second Class Matter has been at record levels duringthe White Porpoise To Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Crady.and
past two years. Contributing Be Starred In Movie I children and their daughter, .Mri .,
Paul Rardin, .' Owner, Editor, Publisher recently to this rapid climb has Harry Sheppard and sons of West
been 'the increased demand torlongterm MIAMI Carolina Snowball, the
[Palm Beach, returned to Pahokee,
real estate .
mortgage.The of after visit with her
world-famous white porpoise Saturday a
Here Is What Transpired At Monday's banks mortgage has been volume held at rate by the Miami Seaquarium, is the star I parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ervin
increasing a
Sprowls at Buffalo, Ky. and his
Meeting: Of The Palm Beach, of 15 per cent annually during the of a movie which was shown at the I I father Albert Crady at Lyons, Ky.
past two years-approximately Ninth Annual Beaufort Water Festival I .
three times that for previous in Beaufort, S. C.
CommissionCounty *
County years. On January 1, 1964, the na "Go Get the White Porpoise" is I I ON MARYLAND VISIT
:Mr. and Mrs. Frank O'Connellleft
tion's banks held billion of
$2.4 the film which tells of the sea
-- farm real estate mortgages, twice saga enacted when Carolina Snow( Sunday for Aquasco, Maryland
County Commissioners Monday Commissioner E. F. Van Kessell, the amount they held ten years .ball was captured in St. Helena 'where? they will be the guests of
decided to take a further look at ,who brought up the Peanut Island'.ago. Sound near Beufort County In I I their son-in-law and daughter, Mr.
.. Mrs. Allen Rust and children.
at a proposal offered by the Port proposition this week, said it was 1962. The color film was shot by and
of Palm Beach whereby the county most important that the area to I I Mr. and Mrs. Bill Moss and Seaquarium photographers duringthe I -
will receive control of a portion of be set aside for recreation, be daughter, Pam, have returned hunt and capture of Carolina HOME FROM ARKANSAS
Peanut Island near the Palm clearly defined as to boundaries. A home from a vacation in North Snowball. I Mr. and Mrs. James Moore and
Beach inlet for use as a recreationarea. Riviera Beach civic club, he' said I Carolina. Bill, Jr., and Larry Moss 'children have returned to their'
is ready to launch an improvement are attending Camp Rldgecrest for HOME: FROM WORLD'S FAIR home after a vacation with their

The proposal ,- a lease agreement program as soon as the arrange- Boys in Ridgecrest....., N. C. Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Fraser and ,parents, Mr. and Mrs. George T.
for $1 a year was made ments for lease are finalized. Few their son-in-law and daughter. Mr.;''.Davis and Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Moore
some time ago to the board by the people'', the commissioner said, wishto Mrs. Nannie Mallory left last and Mrs. Bill Davenport of Bra and other Wynne, Ark.
Port district. At that time, becauseof see any sweeping improvementsthey weekend for Richmond, Va., where I don, have returned from a three'I I. - '
various facets of the agreement, prefer that the Island be I Ipossible' I she will be the guest of her sister, (I week vacation during which they J. H. Strayer has returned to his
which the commission said were left as much in its natural state as Mrs. Katie Harper, and visit with attended the New York Worlds I home after a vacation at Minnie-

not spelled out plain enough, the I I other relatives. I Fair. 1 sot, N. C.

proposal was referred to the coun- _._
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for study and report back to the I .w ... . .,.
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the Port attorney, tHere ,..r, .,, ,'. ..,,,,., : ., f" JI'.i
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entered into the agree . ..
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make a report to .the board at r'"' \: e Standard's farm fuels! hove'been..favorites with three genera lons''t! :

its regular meeting next Monday. i : ' ..< 'q of Southern. farmaximum because they,re always there with '(" ,.. ._.. ./' ': {;"..<. .

HOME FROM VACATION and child- 'l/:1": ..: :: muscle at economical. /eost. You: too, will find that "\ 11: .'>,: .; Mrs. Howard Holman t !*i.i.'f ;1 i i J !, "*. Stand: d/ :gasollnes will enable tractor to'take peak; ...::. !
your J.
ren, Jimmy and Martha have returned I .....* ...... : ., .,'
to their home after a .; ,....., ..t\{-ii7. .{' ,. .i/./.;.. ,....,.....loads, stride...;.:.... ;'
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month's and Mrs.visit Gaston with Fisher her parents at ,BelmOnt Mr.-. k;.',,< .' 3.'li'. '. ;.,.i..ttt.\i.*: :' ;r1f' ;;..":....q...;:, tf'r,': ..:.''f,. ...., ', v.' D.el Fuel-it's. : 'purity ah: Mgh-Ignltloa. ',"..:..i:i": ..:". "I.: !: .'
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Friday, July 24, 1964
.. The Everglades News Canal Point. Florida 33438
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Mr. and Mrs. Gene Butler haveas !I Mr and Mrs. :Jack Bush were ON CAROLINA. 'L1VL111V1L1E1V1IUN'Mr.
and Mrs. George Rashley

i 1 [PERSONAL NElflfS N E S NOTES I Mrs.grandchildren Duke their,Bill of guests Metter Patterson, ,Cleo her, Ga.Miles son-in-law and, and son and Mr.Billy son and and, weekend brother-in-law where Mrs. Harold they visitors were Elder.and the in sister They their guests Jacksonville, were Mr.two of old-and accompanied his- and parts relatives.,children Tenn.of South They, where left Carolina also Sunday thy plan plan and for to to North Memphis visit tour-

of Alferlda. Ga. While in Pahokee home by
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Capt. Donald Pickett of Ft. Ben-I Mrs. Lester Hand and Mrs. J. G. they will also be the guest of Mr. est daughters who had been the Carolina. .... .
uncle for a
hing, Ga., arrived this week for Thomas left this week for Louisiana and Mrs. Edgar Wilder and family.Mr. guests of their aunt and
several weeks visit with his mother where they will visit relativesIn week.C. I TO CAROLINA CAMP
and Mrs. Pete Bender
Mrs. Edna Pickett. New Orleans and Baton Rouge. has returned to George Magrill, son of Mr. and
I Savannah, Ga., and their grand- B. Stringari
E. O. Winch returned Thursday Mr. and Mrs. Ron TerHarr and children, Rance and Sheryl of Til- Detroit, Mich., after being the Mrs. Herman Magrill, left Wednes-
:Judea in Henderson-
for :
from a week's visit with relatives Mr. and Mrs. Lester Hand were don, Ill., after spending a week in guest of Mrs. Stringari for several day Camp
in Buffalo, Arcade and Star Lake, I weekend visitors at Ft. Myers Pahokee as the guests of her sist- weeks. Mrs. Stringari accompaniedhim vine, N. C., where he will spend
N. y i! Beach. ers, Mrs. J. D. Hooks and Mr. and to the plane in Miami and the next four weeks.
Mrs. J. C. Mock, have returned to went on to Ft. Lauderdale to spendthe -.- --
Some of the local men attending: Mrs. Ray Singletary and daughter Savannah, Ga. weekend as the guest of her HOME FROM CONVENTION

National Guard Camp at Ft. Eus- Connie and grand daughterKim mother.Mr. I Mr. and Mrs. George Tucker, Jr.,
tis, Virginia, are Weldon Cardin, were the recent guests of Mrs. Edna Barrett and Mrs. have returned from New York City
Gerald Phillips and Foy Sims. her daughter Mrs. Doris Garrett Claude Santee' recently visited Mr. and Mrs. Doyle Branyonwere
where attended the National
in West Palm Beach. fin tee who is a patient at the Sunday guests of her parents, they
Mr. and Mrs. D. L. Hooks ''re-I Coral Gables Veterans Hospital. Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Cross. ,Elks Convention
turned recently from a vacation,j Mrs. Laura Rogers and her child I I (
Linda Sue and Michael were .----- --- ---------
trip that took them through parts ,ren

of Georgia, South Carolina, North recent visitors in Ft. Myers where ;. ,..f/o..f..f/o..f/o... .....f/o..f/o..f/oflo./.f/o..f/o..f/o..fIo1,' .f/o..fIo..f/o.. ,...f/o" ... ... .. .. .. ...!... ..: <. 1F V Y +:..:....:..
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Carolina and Virginia. I they were the guests of Mr. and J Y- "" 11 M- YY M Y 1F 1 M 1// 4 r .1.
Mrs. S. C. Foster and other rela- 3
Mr. and Mrs. Kell Hood and .:.
children left this week for Okee- tives.Mrs. -0. mri:1iiJEi
chobee where they will be the J, R. York has returned ;:

guests of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. from Clewiston where she was the .;. .
K. E. Hood and her mother, Mrs. guest of her son-in-law and daughter -

Rose Rutherford. I Mr. and Mrs. James Beardsleyand t Phone 9245511Pahokee Phone WY 6-2550 Belle Glade : :

family. V
Michael Sanders is 'five .
spending .>
1\ weeks at Camp Rockmont in North Miss Rebecca Grimes has returned SALES and SERVICE .*..
Carolina. from St. Petersburg where she <

was the weekend guest of Dr. and .&! Heating Air Conditioning Appliances ->
Mrs. W. A. Stevens has returnedto
Mrs. Alfred H. Lawton and her

visit her with home her sister after and several brother-days fiance accompanied, George home Mr.She Lawton.was :>...... ......+-.> ...... ..... ........ ..>..:...:.........**.J**>*J, *.$.>*.*."...<'.y*fIo.-..*. *"."..>*5j5... f/o "t.4.01\0\ .fI. >........ .:........ ..:.++.:.+

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Mr. and Mrs. Ellis and ------------ -- -- --- ------- -
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ill in a hospital there. son, Pat are spending their vaca- ,
tion in the mountains of North
Mr. and Mrs. Lon Wilson have Carolina.

returned to their home after
Mrs.: L. Reeves and Mrs. Hugo RATE'
k,; spending a week as the guests of I .
I Boe are spending a week at Lakeland MILLION
their daughter and family, Mr. and I
where they are attending the .IJ REDUCTIONFOR ,.
Mrs. B. Elliott in Tallahassee ana School of Missions for Methodists
relatives in Georgia.Mrs. I WSCS officers and members at ,
Jack Spencer and children .
:Johnny and Jane and small grand- Steve Lane, son of Dr. and Mrs. !

daughter, Pam, were the recent Richard C. Lane Is accompanyinghis it's a whole lot cheaper to go :

I'll guests of her sister, and brother- grandparents Mr. and Mrs. M. -t
,t in-law, Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Newsom ALL-ELECTRIC than to use a
B. Carlton of Lake Worth, to Mur-
I in West Palm Beach. While there
''lit Johnny underwent a tonsilectomy freesboro Tenn., where they will combination of services on : -4

at a local hospital. spend a week with relatives and a
I the farm and in. your home.
:( a family reunion.
Mr. and Mrs. George Mead are
spending the summer of Marriet- I Mrs. Charles Lewis and children

ta, S. C. left last week for Dublin, Ga.,
where her daughter Pat will attendthe <
Mrs. Edna Pickett returned home Girl Scout Camp, Juliette. Low RM BETTER
from a three vacation Friday. She near Cloudland, Ga. V
visited in Delray, Jacksonville and
St. Louis, Missouri. I I Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Scruggsand
children have returned home

Mr. and Mrs. Mitchell Kirk and from a visit with relatives In Pan- :::: i :> ,! :
granddaughters Kay Lynn and ama City.
Kelly Lane Starling have returnedto ,
a rO.
their home after a vacation in I| Mr. and Mrs. Joe: Hatton, Jr. and

Alabama, Georgia and North Flor- family are spending a vacation in
ida. the Florida Keys. to A 3
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Mrs. Herman Magrill and two Mr. and Mrs. Donald Kepp returned -I

I sons are spending several days at Friday from a four weeK electrifyVOUR
Lake Worth Beach. vacation on the gulf at Naples.
Dr and Mrs. Lester Hatton and Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Harrington L
children have returned home froma recently returned from a two week IT :

,vacation: at Palm Beach. I vacation at McDonald Singer iA'
Beach Villas at Rieviera. PAYS
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I Mr. and Mrs. Brooks Henderson .*

Visit Pine Island 'are vacationing in Kentucky and :
plan to attend the World's Fair In .
FORA ,New York before returning home

FishingVacation I I| Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Parker have

I[returned home after spending the
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weekend at Singer Island.
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;' ;' BURNHAM INN I I Mrs. Eugene ltfcCaIl.and her aon, V .
:: V( Switch from nagging backaches j-: ..
M1k l. .ot" Norfolk,-Va., Mrs. Blng x
... 1 Air Conditioned EffloftenclCNi flooring of,Akron..Ohio,;and,Warren I **and:low,:weary;manual labor totoday's ,'

$35 wk: for 2 people Carter'Jollet.: HI., were caned jV
{ ill .r to Canal Pointthl4l, week due jo:: 1., : equipment. :
i Free Boat Ramp I aV the death":of their father &C..!C. Reddy Kilowait powered equipment V '..'' '.
Restaurant NearbyPhone *' . '' rand
Carter. ; ; /
o does every job faster, easier

'(' OW 8-9851 Mrs. Frank Thompson and her better. Saves time, boosts

St. James sister, Mrs. Eddie Schoeppel of ,
City Fla. I '. production, increases profits.
Belle Glade have returned home
(Near' Fort Myen) after a visit with Mr. and Mrs. Kd Unloads silos. conveys grains, .- _
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wuwuwuw Thompson at Sylvia N. C. They feeds livestock and poultry-
were accompanied home by Mrs.
I Schoeppels' daughter who was attending automatically. These machines have "
uli' YIi' Ii'.l'i'iI 7'I", 1I7\'III'"fY'Ji'N
Crestridge Camp for Girlsat been field proven they work! _;

Rldgecrest, N. C. "':'

PRINCE THEATRE Mrs. Frank Handley of Sebring For free advice about the ELECTRIC : ; .'ft

was a visitor in Canal Point this "helpers" to suit your needs, just :'. .:... .
week and attended the funeral serj ....
PAHOKEE. FLA. contact your nearest FP&L office. ';a
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Mrs. Martha McIntosh and Miss <
:Julia :Mathls were the weekend
: i JULY 26-27-28: guests of Mr. and Mrs. George Mc- ) '

Larty at Lake Worth. ihr'j afo # lameless f T

"The Misadventures a7djft ,
Mr. and Mrs. Don Zaccagninoand _
|:; of Merlin Jones" children are vacationing at NOW CHEAPER THAN BVKHt
k Palm Beach. I "-

'. V FUNICELLO Mr. and Mrs. Bill McClentthan
have their this week, her
: (IN COLOR) as guests "
i '. f son and family Mr. and Mrs. Ed HeLPING BUILD FLORIDA
...,.:: I Howell and their three children of

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1 gdgc 8Jx The Everglade News Canal Point, Florida 33438 Friday, July 24It 1964

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Mrs. Clark HostessAt }Choir Elected

_!I It News Of The Churches I II Circle Jones-Scoggins MeetingThe Circle of the I I Officers Wednesday night For the YearI Canal Point

Canal the Church Point Baptist Thursday Church night met with at Baptist officers Church for the Choir coming met elect Mrs.

.. JJ. It. McCall; was elected president,
I Mrs. H. C. Clark hostess. The open- Mrs.. Cecil Rogers, vice president;.
: The Methodist Church |loly Nativity 'J. Pahokee Church I
ing prayer was given by Mrs, Mrs. Alma Nail, secretary; Mrs.
; Canal Point, FloridaRobert Episcopal Church Of eke; Nazarene Charles :Maxson. She also gave the R. J. Maxson, devotional chair-

( PalZokee call to prayer, with a reading from man; Ronnie Lairsey, librarian;
A. Shelley, Pastor Rev. & ax D. Jones Pastor the 12th Chapter of Acts. ,Guy Thompson, social chairman;

SUNDAY: Rev. I* Lossing, VicarSUNDAY 433 Bacom Point Rd. The program, "Before the Sev- and Mrs. Edna Brown, association
:. 10:00 a. m.-church School : Phone 924-7528 P. O. Box 882' enties", was presented by the pro- al social chairman. Section leaders

:. I, 11:00 a. m.-Morning Worship 10 a. m.-Sunday School SUNDAY: SERVICES: gram chairman, Mrs. L. D. Echols. are Mrs. John Strayer, soprano;
' 6:3O p. .-Youth Fellowship 11:00: a. m.-Worship Service 9:.6 a. m.-Sunday School Mrs. F. F. Burr, Mrs. H. C. Clark,,'Mrs.' M. F. George, alto; Raymond

7:30 p. m.-Evening Worship > m. 11:00 a. m.-Sunday Worship :Mrs. J. E. Atkins Mrs. Charles Martin, baritone.

::1;, MONDAY: South Side ChurchOf 6:30: p. m.-Juniors Maxson, Mrs. Jack Strayer all took I I Following the election a water

> 3:15 p. .-Youth Choir practice 7:00 p. xn.-Sunday Evening parts. The closing prayer was given -
ChristBelle Evangelistic Service by Mrs. Jack Strayer.Mrs. rec-reation'
2nd MONDAY: WEDNESDAY: J. S. Atkins, circle chair-.are being made for a sacred music

7:3i: p. m.-Ksther Class meet Glade across from 7:30 p. m.-Midweek Prayer man, presided over the business concert to be held in September.
J. ingTUESDAY Bowling Alley on Rd. 80 meeting. meeting.The .
j : 0:00: a. m.-Bible Study "Where you are a stranger but August meeting will be held -- ----- -- -------

8:00 m.-Woman's 11:00: a. m.-Sermon once." at the home of Mrs. H. G. Rodgers,
p. Society,
E 1st TuesdayWEDNESDAY 6:30: p. m.-Evening Service . with Mrs. J. S. Atkins in chargeof Classified Ads
6:30: p. m.-Wed. Bible Study the program.
: Church Of God
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7:30 p. m.-Prayer :Meeting POSITIVELY all want ads or
I... St. Peter's Lutheran Barf ield Highway classifieds, as you wish to call

.1\ First Methodist Church Belle Glade them, are payable in advance from
: '. : Pahokee, Fla. his day forward. Don't phone 'em.

Church, Pahokee I August Koerber, Pastor J. W. Hughes :Minister I{ : Write it and drop a dollar bill in

, ; 601 W. Lake Rd., BeUe Glade Phone 924-3736 the envelope if you want it run
John A. Briley, Pastor SUNDAY: SUNDAY: H once. $2 if you want it run twice
9:45: a. m.-Sunday School and
SUNDAY' : I Divine Services 11 A. M. so on.
11:00 a. m.-Morning Worship -
9:45 a. m.-Church School
School 9:45 A. M.
FOB SALE: New and Used Willys
. : 11:00 a. m.-Morning Worship I I 7:30 p. Evangelistic Ser- Mr .and :Mrs. Isabello Santiago' Walter
6:45 m.-J4YF viceTUESDAY of South Bay announce the birth Jeeps. Ashley's Garagein
The Church Of God Belle Glade, Phone 6-3058.:
7:45 p. m.-Evening Worship I : of a daughter, Nora Margarita,
Oct. 1754ch.BY : .
7:30 'p. m.-Prayer Service
" fUESDAY: i Of Prophecy, PahokeeCanal born July 13.
7:00: m.-Vesper Choir : SINGER
p. prac Point Road
7:30 m.-Youth for Christ :Mr. and Mrs. Fred Calvin Odis
ticeWEDNESDAY p. Brand Round Bobbin
new sewing
Edwards of South Bay announce
: John H. KInard,, pastor Service.. the birth of a son, Clayton Will machine. Back tacks seamssewsover
7:45 p. m.-Mid.week devotions 10:00: a. m.-Sunday School pins-dial tension and stitch
tf iam, born July 15.
11:00: a. m.-Preaching Service First Baptist regulator. $59.50-$9.50: down and
8:30: p. m.-Senior Choir prac- 7:45:. p. Evangelistic Service Mr. and :Mrs. Robert Clinton $5.OO: a month. Glades Mercantile
ticeChurch 8:00: p. m. Tuesday . ,,Pahokee Maxson of Pahokee, announce the Company 255: : E. Lake Avenue Pa

.. 8:00: p. m. Thursday-W.M.B. Gutbrie W. birth of a son, Robert Todd, born hokee 9245597. A17tf
Colvard Pastor
, everyone welcome. Special music July 16.
Of Christ ind SUNDAY HOUSE FOR SALE: Almost new
singing. ,
. 9:45 a. m.-Sunday School Mr. and Mrs. William Morris CB home. 3 br, 2 bath, completely -
125 N. W. Avenue D 11:00: a. m.-Morning Worship Weathers announce the birth of a furnished, $4,000 cash including
Phone WY 6-3867 Canal Point i 7:30 p. m.-Evening Worship son, Ernest Lamar, born July 16. owner's equity and furniture. Balance -
6:30: p. m.-Training Union
like rent. Also FOR SALE
Belle Glade Fla. :
Baptist Church WEDNESDAY: Mr. and Mrs. William Truman
BUNDAY SERVICES 50 acres of muck land on the old
7:30 p. m.-Prayer Service Murphy of ClewLston, announcethe
10:00: a. m.-Bible Study Lawrence Stewart, Pastor .. . birth of a daughter, Ronda: Pahokee-Belle Glade Road. Price
11:00 a. m.-Morning Worship SUNDAY: Michelle, born July 18. reduced. See or call Dan Carpenter
7:30 p. m.-Evening Worship 9:45 a. m.-Sunday School Glades Baptist Church m* m Realtor. Telephone 4.-7153 resIdence -

WEDNESDAY 11:00 a. m.-Morning Worship Stewart Boys Have 4-7235. July 3 tfc
7:30 p. m.-Bible Study 6:30 m.-Training Union (Rev.: Jonathan L. Wolf)
.. Worship Meets in Pahokee Lions Club Joint BirthdayLarry
7:30 m.Evening
p. South Bay Area, 320 acresPahokee
well well
area developed,
BIO DIVIDENDS SUNDAY SCHOOL 9:45 a. xn. and Stewart,
., 7:30: p. m.-Prayer MeetingLow Timmy sons drained, $50.00 acre, yearly lease.
/ PREACHINGr-:00 a. xn. and
of Rev. and :Mrs. Lawrence Stew-
Phone 924- 711, Lewis Buckner.
'1' 7:30: m.
p. art celebrated their birthdays Sat-
SUNDAY B; Y. F.6:30: : p. m. urday at their home with thirty July 3 tfc

WED. PRAYER.-. -7:30- p. m. children attending. Larry was 10, FOB SALE: 7 to 9 H. P. Briggsand
Timmy 6. Cake and ice cream were Stratton engine' with 6 to 1'
COST St. Mary's Catholic served the children which were divided reduction gear $220.00 value for

into two groups. Mrs. Charles $15O,00: Bob Douthit, Pahokee.Jy. .
ChurchFather Maxson assisted Mrs. Stewart in 24-Pd.
;, '" serving and directing games.
Francis 'Fennech, Pastor - DO YOU HAVE an old implement

MORTGAGELOANS Sunday Mass 11:30 a. m. AIRMAN UNWIN VISITS around the :farm that you don't
Confessions before Mass A-lc Wayne Unwin is the guest need? A $1.00 classified will acquaint -
1 . ., of his parents, 'Mr. and Mrs. H. E. many folks with it and in all

First Unwin, while on two week leave. probability you'll sell It. Just writso1it
-;'h *: Baptist Airman Unwin has Just completed your: ad, enclose a' dollar bill
'Church, Canal PointElder a one year tour duty at Thule Air and we'll do the rest. The Ever-
Force Base in Greenland and will glades News, Canal Point, Fla.

be stationed at Moody Air Force
Lester Reams '
) FOR SALE: 150 feet of five footchain
Base, Valdosta, Ga.
.SUNDAY: .. l.., link fence. Call 924-7765,
9:45' School
a. m.-Sunday Pahokee. Itch-
11:00 a. m.-Morning Worship UNWINS TO NEW YORK
Everglades Federal has, ample funds 6:30: p. m.-B. T. :C.'' Mr. and :Mrs. David Unwin and WHAT'S IN TUB ATTIC that you

7:30, p. xn.-Evening Worship.. son, Hal, left Saturday for: New, don't need? A $1.00 classified ad
f1 1 TUESDAYS: York where they will visit the in this column will probably find
+] ready and available for liberal low; 7:30 p. m.-Choir practioe. World's Fair. They visited' with you a sale. Just writer your ad, en; ,

WEDNESDAY: their daughter, Jan, in Ridgecrest, close a dollar and we'll do the rest.,
,7:30 p. 'm.Midweek;:Prayer N., C., where she is attending The Everglades News, Canal Point.*|'
: cost mortgage loans. Whether your Service. Camp Crestridge for Girls: Fla. .\

kit ,*. v* .. !rHURSDAY:-Every other week; t
7:30, 'p. xn..Ladies 'AuxiliaryMeeting. ........... ..._. _,. . j
,I plans are to buy, build, ,modernize or ulJn. u"" UIII .111" I-- U't7'\"t/i' / \I tITIIi" 'i, "tIi" I"'I'\"trr! ,....,

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." repair, have your "home-town savings { Christian Science' Cattle Sales

A Group Of Canal Point"The Monday . .

and loan .
assist you. ", i
time for thinkers has Are regularly held at the Glades Livestock Market
come. Truth, independent of doc-
which is owned and operated by more than 120
trines and time-honored systems' ,
: Cattlemen.
knocks at the portal'of humanity."

: Everglades FederalSavings These words from the opening I You'll enjoy the excellent service you receive hereat
preface of the Christian Science
(I textbook (Science and Health with this Market. We make an effort at all times to

Key f the Scriptures by Mary give an outstanding service to buyer and seller. Give
And Loan Association I Baker Eddy) will help set the!! us a trial.SALES.
theme of a Bible Lesson on "Truthto

, be read at Christian Science i .1111111111.i ; .

LOAN INSUBANOB OOBP. Responsive reading will include EVERY MONDAY AT 1 p. m.
these verses from Psalms: "Truth
shall spring out of the earth; and
: Let Your Money Earn 4Vi% Payable righteousness shall look dowp from Glades Livestock MarketASSOCIATION

heaven. . Teach me ,thy way,
Jr.+ Semi-Annually O Lord; I will walk'in thy 'truth:
unite my heart to fear thy name."
... .. On Pahokee-Belle Glade Road
V ,FAMOKEE: BELLE GLADE children Mr. and returned Mm. Jim to their Gifford! home and! Phone; WY 6-8028

this weekend after a visit with relatives -
in Oklahoma and Texas. Iii

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

you own now are better than ever

Q: 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 $18.76 into You buy'E Bonds at 76% of face value and the ...
$25.00 fourteen months faster than the old rate. interest accumulates to maturity. H Bonds provide
Your savings increase faster, because your Boncb 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
years people! hold :rj Bonds and families saving for, say, a
With Series H Bonds the
10-year maturity period .child's 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 E and series

*works out to 2f$%for the first year and a'half; then H Bonds? .t,' .
a guaranteed 4% each year to maturity. At B Bonds: $25 (coat $18.75), $50 (cost $37.50), $100 r,' .4 : .

Q: When did the new rate become effective? (cost $75.00), $200 (cost $150.00)), $500 .
I A: -1,1959. (coat $375.00), $1,000 (cost $750.00). .'. .. :
'. $10,000 (cost$7,500.00). ',
y. AI',-' Q:Does the new rate change:: ; the Bonds I bought before H Bonds: $500. $1,000 $5,OOO and 10000. They; .I ':
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June 1,1959 are priced at face value.
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A:All older E and H Bonds pay more now-an extra Q How'safe arse U.S. Bonds .r 'i'rff ..
.,., .. %% from now on, when held'to maturity. The increase : Savings h"'.:"\'" ,, ," / .
!;.J'.... takes effect in the first full interest period, As Savings Bonds are an absolutely riskless way tosave. P.J< .I ..
'. The United States Governmentguarantees
a' ,
: after June 1. .
J: ,. ',p the'Cash value of your Bonds, will not drop, that it ,' S'
Q:Will the Bonds I own automatically earn their new Can only grow.Qs .

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I t: i Page Eight The Everglades:News Canal Point Florida 33438 Friday. July 24, 19M
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I I Lt. Elliott East CoastPark.Is Leukemia Society

H GOVERNMENT Silver Pilot Chartered In State

I I VALDOSTA GA. Being ConsideredCounty ST. PETERSBURG The Leukemia -

I .'- .r . A WEEKLY REPORT BY Ronald B. Elliott, Society, Inc., the national
Haywood Baxter of Commissioners this week health agency that is aiding the
has been awarded U. are studying the possibility of pro- battle against the fatal disease
I;'. -- ;silver pilot wings curing a plot of waterfront prop- through research, 'has been chart-
I from flying training erty from the Florida Inland NavIgation ered as the Florida Division of the
FARRIS BRYANT I AFB, Ga., for possible use for east Leukemia Society, 'Inc..
Governor of Florida I Lieutenant Elliott coast park purposes.In I State headquarters have been
signed to flying duty addition to its potential as a established In St. Petersburg under -
The Florida Nuclear and Space creation of a statewide Radiologl-I I McCoy AFB, Fla., recreational site, the land would the direction of Mrs. Amy
Commission' like Cape Kennedyand cal Emergency Network, the Strategic Air make available material that could .Bravo who is secretary to Basil
the space-age industries in this bureaus sion of keeping the be used for road building. The area Hobbs national representative for
lishment of speakers I I
state is a symbol of Florida's pro- continental missiles is located on the' Inland Waterway Florida, Georgia, Alabama and
gressive character. throughout the state, and the coop- ers on constant alert. in the north end of the county.In Tennessee.A .
When, in 1954, the Atoms for eration with federal authorities in The lieutenant, who other actions I thic week the new board of directors has
., Peace Program made available to radiological safety studies for the B. S. degree from commission: been elected for the Florida divis-
the public for the first tIme the nuclear rocket program. University, was Took under advisement, a request ion, which at the present has a
I knowledge and techniques for har- Most recently, on July 1, as Chief through the from the Florida East Coast student working on a research
nessing atomic energy and utilizing Executive of Florida, I signed an School ,at Lackland railroad that safety gates be' In- grant at the University of Miami
; its valuable by-products, it became agreement with the Atomic En- His wife, Joan, is stalled on a rail crossing at Canal and Is''furnishing drugs for a
t a question of how to channel ergy Commission which providedfor of George L. Burr Jr. Point. A road in that place leads clinic at the University. of Florida.
I these benefits back to the people the transfer of certain AEC Mirror Drive, Winter :I to a recreational area on the leveeof -a
:from what had previously been an regulatory powers to the state. I II . Lake Okeechobee. Terri Thomas Has A
absolute federal monopoly. and to The signing was of historic and Miss Geraldine Approved demolition of an old
1 find application for them at grass perhaps unique significance in I I turned to her home building at the Home and Hospitaland Birthday PartyMrs.
f roots level. other than technological terms. It after a three week instructed the board engineerand
!I{ L Florida was quick to recognize is unusual for the Federal .Govern aunt and uncle, ,Mr. attorney to report back next J. V. Thomas, Jr., was
l I the need for opening such a channel ment to relinquish any portion of Rogers. week on a proposal by the Flotilla hostess to twelve small guests
\ and Was among the first states its authority to a state. Historically -- - Club to move an abandoned bar- Monday afternoon in honor of her
\ to make provision for it at first the trend has been in the other CLASSIFIED racks building from the hospitalarea. daughter Terri's fifth birthday.
I with a Governor's Advisory Committee direction. However Congress recognized BIG .) Cake and ice cream were served
r and later with a state that the protection of life Received bids on construction of and each child received a party
) agency. and property is, basically and tra- a Jetty as part of the county's favor. Several games were played
(( Briefly the "Nuclear Commis ditionally a responsibility of the Report BANK of OF beach work with the apparent low and prizes were awarded the win
sion", certainly unique among the individual state and In so doing en- of Pahokee in the State bidder being the Murphy Construction ners. Mrs. Thomas was assisted by
state's more traditional agencies courages the state to develop the the close.of business on Co., West Palm Beach at a Mrs. Laura Hatton and Mrs. Caro-
\"* maintains contact with technological necessary technical competenceand Cash. balance A with 8ETt5 price of $11,842.78.Approved lyn Jernigan.
developments in federal programs administrative ability to as- banks, and cash the employment of S .
\ :' like the Atomic Energy' sume this responsibility. Florida la: United in process States of collection three I.additional heavy equipment RETURN* FROM GEORGIAMr.
Commission, and the National states whch have obligations; direct operators for the road and
one of only seven county and Mrs. L. P. Vann and
guaranteed _________
Aeronautics and Space demonstrated the qualificationsfor bridge department.
Obligations of States
daughter, Lucille, have recently returned -
and with the related In- this great responsibility. Political subdivision Received a $1,200 rebate on the
dustries. It has the technical competence Other bonds, notes, fire and extended from a visit with her father
Anxious as we were to assume debentures county ; coverage
to evaluate and interpret this new role, we did so mindful of Loans and discounts .. policy due to a decrease in rates. and other relatives in Georgia.
these developments and to initiate the philosophy of Thomas Jefferson -I I ."owned" ________... : - -- While there, they were the guestsof
whatever action is called for to who has been credited with Furniture and FLY TO GERMANYMr. Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Dubberly at
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fixtures BlackshearGa. They were also
:find application for them in For.: saying, "He governs best who governs Investments and other and Mrs. John Padgett antithe'lr
,. ida. It built-in technical '- the guests of their daughters and
serves as a least. In this step, therefore assets Indirectly representing
bank small duaghter left last week families, Mr. and Mrs. David
advisory group. available to we by bringing the authority I
the Governor, Cabinet, Legi&lature I propose to control closer to the peo- Leasehold or other _real.________ for New York where they will visit Branch at Jacksonville, Mr. and
I '' and other state agencies. ple to make it more' adaptable to Other assets ..___.______ his relatives. They plan to fly to :Mrs. Larry Putneal at New Smyrna -
Germany Friday where they and Mr. and Mrs. James Duck-
\ The nine man Nuclear Commission !'- their needs and more responsiveto TOTAL ASSETS
will visit her parents. Mrs. Pad- worth at Sarasota.
headed by Robert R. Guthrie their wishes. Demand deposits of . .
gett will remain in Germany for
of St. Petersburg, is a balance of The Nuclear Commission is Flor uals, partnerships
leading industrial and technical ,ida's to the, technological corporations ._____.__ I three months with Mr. Padgett returning Mr. and Mrs. A. T. Holt were the
,: response Time and savings deposits in six weeks. guests of friends in Miami Sunday.
people including the director of the challenge of this age.I .. ... .. .. '"
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nuclear science program at the have been thankful that we ships;: and corporations .. .
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Deposits of United ---- --
University of Florida, a practicing ''have equipped ourselves on the Government (including I
I radiologist an engineering expert, 'I I'state level to read and interpertthe DenoMts postal' of savings States). and..____ ftII&I .... ._ (... ..? :. .r"
and an executive of a missile manufacturing strange language of the nuclear -, tical subdivisions '__..

corporation. I II I physicist, and keep ourselves Certified checks and etc. officers'___________
I The Commission. has a salaried' informed of technological developments TOTAL
,: staff of two. It is the smallest of 1"I' so that'we can be alert and DEPOSITS(a) Total demand..$ . f'i\
; J Florida's agencies, yet its range prepared to meet competition from deposits __ . .
t of activities and interest is extremely -'|other states, and to transform (b and) Total savings time
broad. The Commission's I these developments into tangible deposits __ .
recent accomplishments 'include projects :which will be of economlU Other Liabilities *___.___

the fields of nuclear power reactors and social benefit to the people of TOTAL LIABILITIES J ; 'SS.
converting saltwater to fresh I Florida.I CAPITAL .: .:,:: .. .. .S;
Capital: (a) Common -
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promotion of the use of ::radioisotopes marvel at the future.: total par value $ IS'I
(particularly in therapeuticand . Surplus ___,.________..._ : _
PAY Undivided profits __._
diagnostic medic all applications CLASSIFIED ADS

), protective legislation! the BIG DIVIDENDS TOTAT. CAPITALACCOUNTS ______-__

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ties sold with "
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(a) Loans. as shown N "
are after deduction
valuation reserves of -
.,t., I. P. E. GlUts Asst.
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swear true and that correct.this report to the -z,__. S. 'q4
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: Sworn to and
.. this 22nd 'day of July
1 Hereby certify that I am

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\ My commission expires

In Florida.:' . . S '

'.. 4t4 II after a swim, beer is a natural Of gals r .

",.: .1' On a hot summer day a dip in a cool stream can be wonderfully S

'T. -r J refreshing. Equally refreshing when you're relaxing afterwards ftPPRQK.OfJE CF on the
.' .7 : " ,,' with friends is a hearty glass of bcer.Thcre's hardly another beverage VISITORS IS SEEING go

':V t,/;? .. around that suits what you do for fun as much as beer. FOR THE FIRST
I ..:, :I 4 Camping hiking,or just lounging on a lawn chair-beer,brings to

i .. S each just the right touch of extra good living. [Jirnrn]

S __ : Your familiar glass of beer is also a pleasurable reminder that

..: ;..r we live in a land of personal freedom-and that our right to enjoy tr_.'

p 1 beer and ale, if we so desire is just one, but an important one, of milk I

ii i .:.- those personal freedoms. ?il6M A :

i In goes with fun with relaxation .

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