The Everglades news
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Title: The Everglades news
Alternate title: Belle Glade news
Alternate Title: News
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Everglades News Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Canal Point Palm Beach County Fla
Creation Date: August 21, 1964
Publication Date: -1967
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Canal Point (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Belle Glade (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Palm Beach County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Palm Beach -- Canal Point
United States -- Florida -- Palm Beach -- Belle Glade
Coordinates: 26.861944 x -80.630556 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1924.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 44, no. 30 (Sept. 29, 1967).
General Note: Editor: Howard Sharp, <1924-1928>.
General Note: Publisher: Louis S. Goolsby, <1929>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 37 (Nov. 21, 1924).
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: aleph - 001981538
oclc - 32615395
notis - AKF8469
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System ID: UF00079910:00401
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Succeeded by: Glades observer
Succeeded by: Everglades observer

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Pahokee Elementary Set Hold The Line On Two Grades Local School

For Registration Aug. 27 i I Quota Is Asked Transferred PahokeeLocal

__ . I The county commission this week
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II agreed to ask the Florida congres- I
Principal William D. Howard Registration ForJuniorSenior I sional delegation to take what ever Grid Men The Canal Point School is start-

M&.,announced that fall registration ,, steps possible to "hold the line" on ing the new 1964-65>> school year
:for All elementary school High quotas for sale of sugar during the Report To CollegeMike minus two grades, the Seventh and
Eighth Grades, which have beer
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children will be Thursday, August coming year.Attention
Brooks Henderson, principal of of the commission was Watkins, Harold Peacockand transferred to Pahokee'' Junior
27th from 8:30 a. m. to 11:00: a. m. Pahokee Junior Senior High called to the possibility that some Charles (Chuck) Pell, top- High School by the County Boardof

If your child was'' enrolled in Pa- school said yesterday that registration new growers in Palm Beach Coun- notch PHS Blue Devil football Public Instruction in spite of

hokee Elementary School last year, will be held in the school ty might ,miss the quota deadline players while attending high I the protests of a number of the
he has been assigned to a teacher auditorium on next Thursday, August and would be handicapped whenit school, reported this week at Okla- parents of Canal Point students
tor the 1064-65'term. His name win 27, for this year's seventh, comes to marketing the crop. If homa A & M College, Miami Okla., involved who were very happy
be posted on the door of the room eighth and ninth grade students I.quotas are not set, growers are for preseason football practice. with the old setup of eight grades
to which he has been assigned and from Canal Point, seventh grade .faced with the problems of having Harold and Chuck are beginningtheir at the Canal Point school. Trans-
he is to be registered in that room. from Pahokee elementary and all sugar and no authorized market. first year at Oklahoma A & ferred also to Pahokee with the.
If he was Not enrolled in Paho- students who were not enrolled in I The alternative is to store tht'! M. Mike' is returning as a sopho- students were Mrs. Gladys Har-

kee Elementary School last year, last Spring's registration. crop, but many new Glades grow. more. rington, teacher of the Seventh
he can be registered in any of the ers are without storage facilities.It .. - Grade, and James Threlkeld, eighth -
rooms for his grade. Miss Hazel''' Sheppard is able to I I is estimated that Palm Beach grade teacher at the Canal Poin:

Florida law states that children be out following: a. recent tonsillectomy County has 224,000 acres in sugarcane Rardin Edits This School last year.
may enter the first grade in September at St. Mary's Hospital \n -the largest cane acreage of The School Board has assignedseven
if. they will be six years West Palm Beach. I I any county in the nation. teachers for the remainingsix
old by the'followIng' January J st. .. Newspaper 30 yrs.Next grades at the Canal Point Ele-
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Parents who have children en- mentary School, with two posit
tering school for the first time are ions, a teacher of the Sixth Grade
required to comply with the following Farmers Planting Corn Monday, August 24, will and teacher of a combination of

: mark the thirtieth year that Paul grades yet to be filled this week
1. A birth certificate or certain Rardin has edited The Everglades according to Principal W.V..
other legal documents must be White.
presented as evidence of birthday. And I News. He became ownerpublisherof Teachers returning Include Mrs.
Setting Celery the in 1037
Parents must have this evidence paper Alma Burr, first grade; Mrs. Helen
three managing editor for
years as
with them at the time of registra- Henderson second grade; Mrs.'
the former publisher. ,
tion. Mildred Larrick, third grade; Mrs.:
2. A health record filled out 'by. With the,middle of,August past, Mr. and _Mrs. Rardin came to Blllie" Huddle, fourth' grade; and .
Complete Faculty Canal Point from Moore Haven
the child's doctor showing that the I'Glades farmers are busy as the Mrs; Charlotte Walston, fifth
where he worked 'n short time before -
child has had the following immun- grade. This: group, together with \ '\
izations: (3)) Small Pox, ((2)) Polio- proverbial bees with the corn i For Pahokee High being transferred here from Principal White reported at the
that Glades town. The Rardin
and Of
These planting celery setting.
myelitis, ((3) Diphtheria. school on Tuesday morning for
I I I live Third street in Canal Point
obtained at the Is much on
health records can be course corn planting several days of preschool planning
the Elementary School Office any more widely spread over the Glades 'I The Fahokee Junior-Senior High where they have lived for a major. before the start of classroom sessions -

week-day from 8:3O: ,-12:00: and than the celery setting at the pres- School is starting the new school ity of the 30 years they've1 been for the students on Monday, 4

1:00: 3:3O.: They should be takento ent time. year with a complete faculty, including here. August 31. Thursday, August 27, ij
for completion Growers, who anxious to hit of Throughout the 30 years Rardin
the family doctor are six new teachers. Two has been designated as registrationday
Prior To Registration. If par- the early October market, have the new teachers Mrs. Gladys has been an ardent civic worker for students, all grades.
ents are unable to take the child been putting corn in the ground for Harrington and James Threlkeld. and Mrs. Rardin has carried on her Mrs. Lola Ryals Carter, assisted t I''

to a private doctor for his immunizations several days now. One patch -. are transfers' from the Canal Point regular duties as pianist for the by Mrs. Opal Stevens, will again
they can take him to the about 40 acres is more than School, together with the Seventh Canal Point Baptist church. He serve this year as lunch room
Palm Beach County Health Unit eight inches high and is unusually and Eighth Grades from the Canal served two years in the State manager and Rufus Broyles, cus-
at 1759>> E. Main St. any Tuesday healthy for the time of year. Point School. Legislature and is rounding out 20 todian.
(Continued on Page 8) Celery setting in spots over the Also new on the school's teaching years as the Glades member on the ---
Glades begins to give the area a staff will be Miss Joyce Hudson, Palm Beach County Commission.Next .
- another memberof
much greener hue. Sam Senter home economics; John Spriggs, February Millions In Road
New Title Goes Farms have several acres already commercial :studies; Joe Jones, The Everglades News force will
set and much of the luscious weed English; and Donald Thompson, celebrate 30 years doing'one thing
well. In 1965. J. T. Platt Work Now Going OnOne
has been
transplanted on the south social studies. Mr. Thompson is a
With Chief's JobThe side! of the lake. local young man who graduatedwith I will have been with this newspaperfor
The W. G. Hull farm east of Ca- the Pahokee High School 30 years as foreman of the
merchanical of the, greatest road build- .
nal Point experienced a small tornado Class of 1959 before going to col department.
City of Pahokee is receiving Saturday afternoon, that dida lege. . ing programs.In Palm Beach Coun-

apppllcations for the position of great deal o(damage to 20 celery It is expected the transfer,of the ty is now underway, according to

r ... Administrator of" Public Safety, seed beds. The covering cloth was' two'upper 'grades ,.from.:the Canal Career Workshop a report {;Monday to the county..,
who will serve as a.stopgap in-the ripped off of some beds by the big Point School to Pahokee will give com rlissl9n 'from George Frost

,{, vacancy caused by the recent res- wind which ,was followed by a'4% Pahokee Junior High a sharp boostin For YouthThe county engineer. ';
ignation of Chief of Police Leon inch rain in that particular ,area. enrollment as many. 50 more Baptist
Guthrie. Frost said $4 million in projects
Workmen repaired the seed beds students.
r. At the Aug. 10th meeting the this week. Other than the six new teacher are now' underway. in the county'st1
... City Council authorized that suchan -. listed above, the staffs of the ad- Career Workshop currently million bond project; an addi-
office be established, corres- being held in the Canal Point Bap- tional J25O.OOO worth of road and
ministrative personnel, faculty,
ponding to that of the chief of I Record Number In secretaries, cafeteria manager ami tist Church Is bringing fellowship bridge work is now going on under
police, to be filled until the next custodians at the Pahokee Junior- and enlightment to some 30 young contract and that another $370,000
people. Those having addressed the in road and bridge work is being
regular city election or until such Senior High School will be the
time as a chief of police is either Local BibleSchool same as last year. workshop thus far Include. Dr. done by county forces.
appointed or the position other- Richard Ames, Dentistry; W. E. The"engineer also announcedthat
wise filled. Blackwell, Accounting; Mrs. Lois bids will be received by the
Applicants who do not have to Preparation Day with a paradewas Band Parents Will Mullis 'Nursing; Rev. Jack Ponce State Road Dept. on August 25, for
be residents of Pahokee in orderto held last Friday for the Canal Church Vocations; Mrs. John Improvement to Airport Road Ba-

be eligible for the job, must Point Baptist Church Vacation Youngblood, Secretarial Services., com Point Rd., Avenue E in Belle
have their applications in at the Bible School and everything' on Meet Monday NiteThe Yet to be heard this week 'are Glade. p'
city clerk's office before the next Monday morning of this week got Alton Jones, Chemistry; Corporal Commissioner Rardin of Canal
regular meeting of the Council off to a tremendous start. Rev. Danny Jackman, Law enforcement; Point announced that contracts
Monday, Aug. 24. Application Lawrence Stewart reports that Pahokee Band Parents As- Jim Gifford, Entomology; Mrs have already been let by the SRD
blanks are available at' the city Monday morning saw .134 in at. sociation will hold its first meetIng Rosa Nash! Postal Service; Mrs. For rebuilding Larrimore Road and
clerk's office. tendance, a record number for the of the new school year at the Edna Maxson, Education; Mrs. Rardin Avenue in Pahokee and<<
church. Band Room on the high school Grace. Waldron Beauty Culture. construction of a bridge across the
"I11e Parade was held through I campus Monday, Aug. 24, at 7:30p. Next week will see many other' Hlllsborough canal in Belle Glade

MOVES TO WASHINGTON Canal Point'and Pahokee endingup . fields considered by the youth at Fifth Street. Location of the
Mrs. Calvin Spooner has resigned at J. O.; Weeks and Sons for m.A special committee will be or- group. Directing the workshop fs bridge was designated by the Belle
her job at Everglades Federal an ice cream treat. ganized to solicit ads in the football Rev. Lawrence Stewart, assisted Glade City Commission in a resolution -
Savings and Loan Association in The enrollment. of this date U programs for the home gamesof by Jim Gifford,' Bible Teacher; adopted several months ago.
Pahokee to move Washington approximately 170.;,The.goal Js 200 the Pahokee High School Blue Mrs. Edna Brown Mission Study The resolution was forwarded by
state to make her home.- Mrs. Jill for the school. An excellent, spirit Devils thisbeing the Band's only leader; Mrs. Juanita Bracewell, the County Commission to tho
Pitts will taker over that Job after is prevailing throughout the schooL tund sing project during the General Coordinator. The workshop State Road Department who in the
resigning" her post at Kverglades. Fun recreation fellowship and year. Mrs. Gene McDowell, the will continue Monday through final action located the bridge at

Memorial Hospital.. '.A" L.... Bible. .Study- is being- enjoyed-' by all. new president will. preside. Thursday of next week. Fifth Street.EslaiJil1 y,

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Friday.August 21, 1964:
Two The'Everglades News. Canal Point Florida 33438

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Character and Spiritual Education

Funeral Services County Council. ( Of High School School Education.Service Public; Study Delations.Group

}for ByrH.,Murray PTA Meet Aug. 25 Citizenship Hospitality Council Officers and Historian,Juvenile will.legislation.Guidance.conduct

classes for Presidents Secretaries
:( Byrl Loye' Murray, 69) of Paho The Palm Beach County Council and Treasurers.
kee died at the Everglades- :Memorial f''of Parent-Teacher Associations I Time is allowed for the di cw.-
Hospital Saturday. after a I will conduct the annual Study on ion of general PTA problems.: In.
[II short illness. A native of Kings- Organization Tuesday August 25 addition, a skit will be presentedfor
port Tenn., he had been a residentof at the Council, Office. Building information and enjoyment.
of Pahokee since 1957, coming S-1138. Palm Beach International Luncheon will be served by the
here from Haines, City. Airport. Registration begins at County Council. The meeting will
Survivors include his widow at 9:3O: a. m.. with instruction adjourn promptly at 2:00: p. m.
Edna, Pahokee; three sons, Eugene scheduled for 10:00 a. m.
The Rardin Building: In Canal Point, FloridaTHE of Klngsport Tenn., Buster The meeting is a training sessionfor .
of Clewiston and Bobby Murray all PTA Officers and Chairmen! _,
LAKE OKEECHOBEE REGION HOME OF of Rock Island Ill;; three daughters as well as other interested PTA Family ReunionAt

Mrs. Nancy Hlmlboben of Riverside members. Local Units having fiveor Maxwell HomeThe
EVERGLADES NEWS' ; Calif., Mrs. Clara Pushard, more members in attendanceare
also of Riverside; and Mrs.: Gladys eligible for State Study-Dis-
home of Mr. and Mrs. Leo
Serving the Lake Okeechobee Farming: Region Without Smith of Klngsport; two brothers cussion Group Credit, if appplication -
Maxwell East Main St., Paho-
and three sisters, all of Kingsport; on
Is made.Speaking .
Interruption Every Week for 40 Years
and 14 grandchildren of kee, was the scene of a recent reunion -
Established March 11, 1924' Published Every Friday Wetherington Funeral Home Council and on State various PTA phases work will of the Smith family and

Subscription Price $2.00 Year In AdvanceThe sent the body to Klngsport, Tenn., be: Mrs. Frank Meyers, Council barbecue' dinner, with Mr. and Mrs: :.
Monday for funeral services and Maxwell and son Mead hosts.
Everglades News Is Entered at the Post OfficeIn President; Mrs. Margaret Har-
Canal Point, Florida, as Second Class Matter interment. tung Scholarship Chairman; Mrs.I Guests of honor were Mr. and
I - W. B. Pate Parliamentarian; Her-:!i Mrs. Elmer Smith of Avera, Miss.: ,
Paul Rardin Owner, Editor, Publisher Mr .and Mrs. J. S. Barwick, who bert W. Kip, Program Chairman; I and Mr. and Mrs. Lavon Smith and
are spending this week at Salerno and Mrs. Edwin Atzenhofer, Publications children Frieda Brenda, J. Land ,
I Beach, had as guests there last Chairman. I Randy, of Hattiesburg, Miss.,
Here Is What Transpired At Monday's weekend their son and daughter- Council Chairmen will conduct who visited their cousins, the Leo
in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Barwick classes in the following areas: Maxwell, the Lewis Friends and
Meeting Of The Palm Beach and son-in-law and daughter Mr. Membership, Program, Publications the Wilburn Smiths in Pahokee' '
and Mrs. Jim Vickers, and son. Health, Mental Health, while vacationing ,in Florida. !

County CommissionA "

number of' items concerning south county property owner.

recently built schools in the county I The county commission Monda'

came to the attention of the authorized construction of an ex-

County Commission Monday. tension of Carter Road to open up
The board agreed to construct
the new area-a 40-acre plot.
with county forces, a new road be-
tween North Palm Beach and County Agent M. U. Mounts 4, Phone 3245511Pahokee Phone WY 6-2550 Belle Glade {y,

Palm Beach Gardens to serve as a spokesman for a group of Delray
secondary access road for Palm Beach growers, said the farmers {? SALES and SERVICE ;
Beach Gardens Elementary School. will use their own equipment to
The commission also agreed to clear and ditch the land for the : Heating Air Conditioning Appliances
cooperate with the City of Riviera I new experimental station. Mounts
along Beach Acre for construction Home Blvd.of, to a serve path I: told soil research the commission is one that that the will new be ++++++++4:'+++++++++ ++4 ++++4'+++++++4'I ++

, John F. Kennedy, High School. very valuable to East Coast farm- .
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In another action the commis- ers.The
sion, heard a report from Louis County Commission this
Morrell, deputy county registrar. week asked the Florida Inland
on plans for re-registration of, all Navigation District commissionersto
free holders in the county for a hold up the sale of a 23-acre J
November bond election proposed plot of land which the county
by the county school board. Morrell hopes to obtain for recreational {J: '
told the board that all steps,will betaken purposes.The .
to assure that the re-regi commission, without fundsto .,.
stration is accomplished,with ease pay for the area near Juno, ap- ; :
and economy., praised at $71,500, asked that it e' i HjW '
A new soil research project to be with held from public sale untilit 'eo ..'...t1' .
be launched by the state agricul- I is determined If FIND could turn
tural department Is set for a new the land over for public purposes -
experimental station tc be located told the commission the'' area' has

west of Delray Beach. ,without charge. l lug I'tRMM
The station will be named.by,em County Engineer George Frost IcdLfl't'\
ployes of the state extension service 1600 feet of frontage on the inland ;
in cooperation with the county waterway and that the section has
agricultural department on land "excellent recreational potential 7'Qd
which have been donated byAiiupwiiiiT for the future."
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; community ular member committee of each elected will ASC also 1iMUJ : !J LET ITRIDE :>r.'f

serve as delegate, alternate delegate -
Named Y September'3 and second, alternate delegate :

respectively to the county .
convention where the ASC county I \ \
The election of the. ABC Com "" ,
committee will be chosen. The .
munity Committees for Palm county convention will be held .- ., '.. r
Beach County will be held by mall Sept. 10, at 1:30 p. m.. at the Palm
balloting beginning August 21. All ,Beach County Glades Office Building -

eligible ASC voters in each community Belle Qlad .:us* ,
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will be mailed a ballot ;

containing the slate of nominees 'Last Rites Held & r ..;" I 1 ..
for that community..Ballots wiU,be ;
tabulated publicly by tfce> ASC : :ftPage
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county committee on. 'lbu 4f.l' Walter.Hamblin'! \r-i-: \ r

Sept, at.1:30: p.,, nu at.the. Palm I .. -1 ".' .
Beach County Glades Office.Building ; I : .r.f'Li .
Belle Glade., The,deadline for Funeral. services for Walter B. '"'i":;-J
returning, marked ballot*, will be Hamblln. 63. of Pahokee, were /
September. 1. held at the Church: of.Jesus.Christ.LDS. -. ..<",1 .
A., R. Harrington*, Chairman, In Belle Glade ,Tuesday afternoon '- ..#;;!,., ;
Agricultural Stabilization,and" Conservatlon ; with J. K. Davis,,serving as Feed? faster...earierl Aotefaaticf eleetrio'angering equipment' .",f;
ntttee. has elder for the services. .
County, Coggl<<; presiding P
released the following;], alaiea.. of Mr. Hamblin died at the Ever- mixes_ and conveys feed from storage areas to ,feed, bunk: faT ; :, . \.

nominees for the ASC.community, .glades Memorial, Hospital Friday M
c* utearSpe, .hour of tints and'labor. Frees you-to.do more.productive : :
committees: following al, long, Illness. A nativeof :
Coastal: Norman W.. Blood.: Jr., Blackyille Ark., he came to.Pa- . worfc.Amount1 :.. .J :,
Robert Burns Kermit Dell, Scott, hokee in 1942 from Missouri.
French, T.. T. Frold Jack Lee, He is. survived, by his widow of' sflage feed- for each'' animal cute be accurately' "
Melear Annie Mae Rahokee; five sons
William, Mazzoni, Carlton,
Ted, Winsberg. and Charles Wolf Gordon of Okeechobee T. L. of regulated. Feed can be., shut off: completely at; empty stalls. :

Belle Glade:' Jim:Herring,, Lout Juno Beach. James, Roy and Paul
Klrchman Sam Knight Cecil Me* Hamblin all of Pahokee; two stepsons Every unit, large or small is designed to :fit your individual
Clure. Billy Rogers, Ray, Roth. Veron Frady of Pahokee and -
installation. Ifs efficient...economical.. boosts
John Schlecter. Fritz Stein Jr., Sammy Frady of Norfolk Va.; your profits. .
'George Wedgworth and, Dave five daughters. Mrs. Abblef' Dunlapof
TToung. Blythe. Calif., Mrs. Addle Faye For help and advice, see your County'Agent, or contact :your ":.
Pahokee: ,.Bruce Bitting, Lewis :McClain of Michigan City. Ind., '0 seam.FPL office ".
Friend Louis Gold Ray Hatton. Mrs. Lillian Colvln. also Michigan ,1 ;..
Lloyd Hundley. Hilton Jones.Walter City; Mrs. Margaret Richards and ), ,..' ... ;
Kautz J. W. Repper Sr., Edgar" Mrs. Gladys Tints both of Paho I7MOI t fl ame.ksa \ ',,7 '.
Wilder, J. H. Wilkinson. Jr. kee; two brothers two sisters and o- f ". > .
For each community three reg- 25 grandchildren. ...DM6,ME4ABt THAM-MYBt/. + 4 I 't':... .r--.

nilar;alternates committee will be1 members elected.and two The ,etery.Burial Wetherington was at Port Funeral Mayaca Home Cem- fL/RIIA. _.....'WE'* ft LI I I IT C/M'.. hiy l 4Mllr 4-t. ., 0'''''' '

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Friday, August 21, 1964.
I Pr ge Four The Everglades News, Canal Point, Florida 33433

I Rebecca Wed Geo.'Grimes R. LawtonPlans To Armstrongs Celebrate 50 Will YearsDr. '


I I have been announced for and Mrs. L. W. Armstrong

u BIRTHS the wedding of Miss Rebecca Ruth will celebrate their 50th wedding

Judge and Mrs. J. L. Tyson,. Jr., E. F. McIlwain was able to return Grimes of Pahokee and George anniversary on Saturday, September -
home Sunday to his home during the week-
were accompanied William Lawton of Minneapolis, 5 at their home on Bacon

night from a ''motor trip to Black end following surgery at Good Samaritan Mr. and Mrs. Raymond C. WIse- Minn., which will take place at Point Road In Pahokee. They are
Mountain N. C., by their daughter, Hospital in West Palm
man of Belle Glade announce the the First Baptist Church in Pa- pioneer citizens of Pahokee. The

:Miss Wlllola Tyson, and sons, Jim Beach. birth of a daughter Teresa Joyce, hokee Sunday, Sept. 6, at 3 p. m., Armstrongs plan an open house
Willola has been Mrs. J. P. Parker of Canal
and Dick. serving
at the Everglades Memorial Hospital with Rev. Guthrie Colvard pastor, between eight o'clock and ten
as counsellor at Camp MerriMacat Point, accompanied by her mother,
Aug. 11. officiating. Rev. Colvard will be o'clock on their anniversary date.
Black Mountain this summer% Mrs. J. A. Groover of West Palm -
:Mr. and Mrs. John T. Forgione, 'Assisted in performing the cere- No invitations are being mailed
while Jim and Dick attended Rock- Beach, returned to their homes
Jr., of Belle Glade announce the mony by Rev. George Lawton, out but friends of the couple are
mont Camp, Jim as a counsellor, Saturday after a week's stay at
I birth of a son, Timothy Alan, at grandfather of the bridegroomelect. cordially invited to attend
, and Dick as a camper. Sanibel Island. .

Mr. and Mrs. Lee Jeffers of Mo- Mr. and Mrs. Thadd Whidden en- Aug.the Everglades 12. Memorial Hospital, Miss Grimes has chosen Miss I .

bile, Ala., were recent visitors 'n joyed a weekend vacation spent at :Mr. and Mrs. Robert L. Cars Dianna Lawton, sister of the bride-
Pahokee, guests of his mother, Sanibel Island. Visit Pine IslandFOR
well Jr., of Belle Glade announc groom-elect, as maid of honor; her
Mrs. Frank Friend, and Mr. Friend Mrs. M. C. Carter accompanie1by
cousin Miss Gloria Smith and
the birth of Robbin
and other relatives. While they her two grandsons, David and a daughter, I
Miss Batchelor brldest
Lynn, at the Everglades Memorial Dorothy ,
were here Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Hun- Pat McCall motored to Norfolk, Hospital, Aug. 14. maids; and another cousin, Miss FishingVacation

dley entertained at their home on Virginia. They left Port Mayaca -e. Ellen Jo Denton, Junior bridesmaid I
Bacom Point Road with a picnic Monday after visiting there for * .
Ruth also
Peggy Carpenter, a
dinner, honoring Mr. and Mrs. Jef several weeks with their grand- Two Scholarships cousin of the bride-elect, will serveas I'

fers on their wedding anniversary, mother. Mrs. Carter will go on to Awarded In 1964 By flower girl, while Richard Far- BURNHAM INNAir
and also honoring Mr. and Mrs. Boston and Ohio to visit with relatives -
row, cousin of the bridegroomelect -
Earl Stripling and Carl O'Neal and friends before returning Winn-Dixie Stores will be ring bearer. Conditioned Efficiencies

who have birthday anniversariesthis to;.her home in the late fall. Serving as Mr. Lawton's best 335 wk. for 2 people

month. Michael Youngblood is spendinga GAINESVILLE -. Two $1.000 man will be Harry D. Harper III Restaurant Nearby

Billy Brown, son of Mr. and Mrs. two-week leave from the U .S. college scholarships have been Robert Brush Donald Schoos andS.
'Charles Brown of Pahokee, was with his parents. Mr. and I -
Navy awarded in the 1964 Winn-Dixie Brent Tuthill will be ushers. Phone OW 8-9851
able to return to his home Tues- Mrs. Tolly Youngblood, in Pahokee.He The reception will be at the
day after having a tonsillectomy at is stationed at the Great Lakes Farm Bureau awards program.E. home of Mayor and Mrs. Duncan St. James' City, Fla.

St Mary's Hospital in West Palm Naval Training Center.Mr. H. Finlayson, Florida Farm Padgett, uncle and aunt of the (Near Fort :Myers)

.Beach on Monday. and Mrs. David Unwin were Bureau Federation president, says bride-elect, 620 S. Barfield. No Free Boat Ramp
:Miss Velma Williams who is the 1964 winners Rose
accompanied back home from H are Miss formal Invitations are being issued
attending technician school in Mi- North Carolina Bass, Live Oak and Larry Sims,
motor trip to by locally, but all friends of the coupla
ami, was the weekend guest of their daughter Jan, who has been Tavares. are invited to both the weddingand
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. E. The annual scholarships are presented ,
attending Camp Crestridge this : reception. \..l.'I..v.' 1.1..v:1! : JV i i \.l.II .
Williams. to outstanding sons and
summer. !
Miss Betty Echols was able to daughters; of farm families in Flor-
Mr. and Mrs. Grady Boyntonhad
return to her duties at Lake Worth I ida. PRINCE THEATREPAHOKEE
as recent guests their grand-
High School after undergoing a Scholarships are ..awarded by
daughter and husband, Mr. and
tonsillectomy at St. Mary's Hos- Farm Bureau, with the funds con- economy del FLA.
Mrs. Horace Hartsell, and sons,
pital recently. tributed by the Winn-Dixie Stores
sewing machine
Mark and Scott, and infant twin
Mrs. James McCall of Atlanta, Foundation. Since 1949, over $25-
daughters, Kim and Karen, of bySINCERGlades
Georgia, joined her children Laurel -. 000 has been awarded to deserving SUNDAY, l\IONpAY. TUESDAY
Lake Wales also Mr. Boynton'sbrother
and Dale, who have been the ; high school seniors. AUGUST 23-24-25

guests of their grandparents Mr. Seaton Boynton of Bar- Miss Bass is the daughter of Mr ......
tow. Their son-in-law and daughter -
and Mrs. J. L. McCall of Canal and Mrs. Clayton C. Bass and a $5950 "BEDTIMESTORY"
Mr. and Mrs. Max Beverly, and I Il
Point. They all returned to their graduate of Suwannee High Schoolin
home in Atlanta Monday.Mr. son, Ken, of Ochlochnee, Ga., are Live Oak. She plan to enter '-JI
to arrive In Canal Point
and Mrs. Harry B. Elarbee expected Florida State University in the l MARLON BRANDO, SHIRLEY

and son Kirk, have returned to Sunday for a visit. fall and work toward a degree in JONES & DAVID N1VEN

their home in Pahokee after visit- .I, M. Cross underwent surgeryat education. Mercantile

Ing friends in Maryland. They St. Mary's Hospital, West Palm Sims, a graduate of Tavares o.1 (IN COLOR)

spent last weekend in Henderson- Beach, Saturday. High School is the son of Mr. and 23.1 SOUTH LAKE AVE.

ville North Carolina, .as the guests Mr. and Mrs. Robert G. Mackey Mrs. G. T. Sim3; Tavares. He will PAHOKEE, FLORIDA ti

, of Mr. and Mrs. R. T. Smith ami have returned from a two-week enter the University of Florida in I

Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Cross, who are vacation during which they visited the fall, planning a career in mecliclne. -

\ vacationing there. the World's Fair in New York .

Mr. and Mrs. Roderick Gibson I City, and enjoyed a camping tripin Formal presentation of the, .Nysr.

and daughters, Kathy and Julie ar- the Blue Ridge Mountains of awards will be made to thetwo : +

rived yesterday for a visit with North Carolina with their cousin winners during the annual Farm r_

Mr. and Mrs. James Gibson. Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Dale Maxwell, ot Bureau Convention ''at Orlando i in b1

Gibson is in the Air Force and has: Lowell. November. .... :
been attending the University of Mr. and Mrs. William Bunker, m -

North Dakota. Sr., accompanied by Mrs. William Robert Morris Day ::1 :
Bunker, Jr., and son, Jack, are
Mrs. Mae Laflin returned'to her
", guests here this week of his broth- Joint Program
home Monday after spending several
er-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs.
weeks with her brother, Mr. I .
Don Hillier. Pahokee Chapter 184, Order ot 'i: .
and Mrs. Charles Adamson, in I ii
r Cocoa. Douglas Potter is enrolling this Eastern :Star: is joining the Belle

I week as a sophomore at Palm. Glade OES Chapter in the observance -
Mrs J. G. Thomas and Mrs.
Beach Junior for the fall
College at
of Robert Morris Day a
Lester Hand of Pahokee have returned I I semester.
picnic dinner in the Community
home af er several weeks Miss has returned -
Penny McKinstry Center at Belle Glade Saturday,
visit with friends and relatives in from week's visit in Fort
a Aug. 29. Each year the two chap-
New Orleans and other points of Myers, where she was the guest ,)f ters jointly observe founder's day

interest in Louisiana. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Guthrie and at a picnic with families of mem-

I: daughter, Margo. bers invited. Mrs. Grace Grahamof

Barry Duke returned Sunday Pahokee is in charge of arrangc-

from a week's visit with his grandparents ments. wwwzr

Classified Ads Mr. and Mrs. Joe Wolfe, - ,

.. at Umatllla.Mr. Fred Blakey GetsMaster's
: and Mrs. M. J. Sapp had as
POSITIVELY all want ads or
guests last weekend cousins, Mr. DegreeFred
classifieds, as you wish to call
Lurlene Memotte and Mrs. Judy
them, are payable in advance from
Mathews both of Jacksonville.: MaSter'sDegree.ln
Blakey received a
his day forward. Don't phone 'em.
I: .. Write it and drop a dollar bill In i -e. History from Florida:

the envelope if you want it run Vorhees FamilyIn State University at the recent.FStJ

once. $2 if you want it run twice Reunion graduation exercises held in Talla-
and so on. Sunday hassee. Present to see him receivethe

degree'were his parents, Mr.
l FOR SALE: New and Used WillysJeeps. The home of Mr. and Mrs. Boyd and Mrs. Arch Blakey of Pahokee.
Vorhees. 398 N. Juniper in Paho-
Walter Ashley's GarageIn Mr. Blakey visiting his parentshere
kee, was the scene Sunday of a
I. Belle Glade, Phone 63058. until September, when he returns M
and dinner honor- '
family reunion k
to Tallahassee to work fora
Oct. 17-54-ch
Mr. Vorhees' mother, Mrs. )e
PHD degree at FSU. He will also 41Y.
HOUSE FOR SALE: Almost new Laura Vorhees, on her 89th birth- teach freshman history at FSU

j' OB home. 3 br, 2 bath completely day anniversary. The Canal Point I.two days a week. ,.

furnished $4,000 cash Including Methodist WSCS presented the - .

P owner's equity and furniture. Balance .- honoree the occasion.with an Attending orchid corsage from out for .Mr. and Mrs. Frank O'Connell .t<-.. *..,..MXk '..'!...u' i ill1 Ap
t. : like rent. Also FOR SALE have returned from a vacation ;
.CO acres of muck land on the old of town were Mrs. Vorhees' son-in- visit with their sons-in-law and I

f Pahokee-Belle Glade Road. Price law and daughter ,Mr. and Mrs. daughters and families Mr. and 'd- ,
of Na- I S
Jones and
Douglas sons
reduced. See or call Dan Carpenter Mrs. Allen Rust at Aquasco Md
ples also her granddaughter. Mrs. w ,
Realtor. Telephone 4-7153 residence and Mr. and Mrs. Frank Sganga at
Boyd Vorhees Jr.. and great-
: 47235. July 3 tfo New Smyrna Beach. .
I I'FARM I grandson Douglas Vorhees and the .)

LAND FOR LEASE960acres two nieces Mrs. James Chambleeand Mr. and Mrs. Benny Yates re on go

South Bay Area, 320 acres Miss Karen Gove, both of turned this week from a vacationin .::;

iPahokeer area well developed, well Belle Glade. Georgia.

drained, $50.00 acre, yearly lease. Mrs. Vorhees was again honoredon .

Phone 924- 111, Lewis Buckner. Monday when a surprise open CLASSIFIED ADS PAY mm
house for her was held at the homeof
the Boyd Vorhees, with friendsof .
WHAT'S IN THE ATTIC that you Pahokee and Canal Point In- ,

dcmt need? A $1.00 classified ad cluding Eastern Star members miIkI

.- fin this column will probably find calling during the afternoon, bear-

''' ;you a sale. Just: write your ad. enclose ing gifts and offering congratulations. ..t

!R' a dollar and we'll do the rest. Miss Debbie Parrish assisted DAIRY' COUNCIL Or SOUTH FLORIDA_ 164I .
'The,Everglades News Canal Point, Mrs. Boyd Vorhees with the serving c 4ca TV _

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1\ I R.O.: Lampi! Mother Taylor Circle In

II News Of.The Churches II( Dies SuddenlyMr. August Alberta ElectionThe Taylor Circle, Ca-

I nal Point Baptist WMU, elected officers

and Mrs. Robert O. Lamp! I for the coming year at the
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wJwww 'j and children Sandra and Buddy, August meeting held at the homedf

The Methodist Church Holy NativityLpiscopaFChurch The Pahokee Church have returned from a-three week. Mrs.,TRobdrto: Arrieta at Port
.While Mayaca.
vacation -spent --Michigan.
Canal Point, 'FloridaJ '(K {The l Nazarene they were there Mr. Lampi's mother Mrs. Arrieta was elected chair-

;Pahokee Mrs. Mary Lampl, 72, died I man; Mrs. Coleman Conley, cochairman .
Robert A. Shelley Pastor -Rev. :Max Jones, Pastor shortly after they arrived. ; Mrs. Lawrence Stewart
433 Bacora Point 'Rd. fall at her mission study and program; :Mrs.
SUNDAY: Rev. L.'LossingVicar She suffered a severe' I I I
10:00 a. m.-church School SUNDAY: Phone 924-7528 P. O. Box 882 home in Eagle River, ,Mich., on Raymond Martin secretary; :Mrs.
11:00 a. m.-Morning Worship 10 a. m.-Sunday School SUNDAY SERVICES: July 24, causing her to go into a Guy Thompson, prayer; Mrs. Arn-
6:30 p. m.-Youth Fellowship 11:00: "a. m.-. Worship Service 9:45: a. m.-Sunday School coma and passed away without old Scruggs, community missions;
7:30 p. m.-Evening Worship . 11:00: a. m.-Sunday Worship regaining consciousness on July 28 Mrs. Milton Crumpton, publicity;
MONDAY: 6:30 p. m.-Juniors the day after her son and family Mrs. Charles Brown children's
3:15 p. m.-Youth Choir practice South Side Church 7:00 p. m.-Sunday Evening I arrived for a visit, unaware of her home, enlistment and social chair-
'Of ChristBelle Evangelistic Service critical condition. man.
2nd MONDAY: WEDNESDAY: Funeral services were held at It was announced the September -
7:3O: p. m.-Esther Class meet- Glade across from 7:30: p. m.-Midweek Prayer Laurium, Mich., July 30 with inter- meeting of the circle will be at
ingTUESDAY Bowling Alley on Rd. 80 meeting. ment at the Eagle Harbor Ceme- the home of Mrs.. .Edwin. Griffis.
: .0:00: a. m.-Bible Study "Where you are a stranger but tery. Mrs. Lamp had made her
1:00 a. m.-Sermon once/* home with her son and family in
8:00 p. m.-Woman'8 Society ._ Rev. Kilpatrick Is
1st TuesdayWEDNESDAY 6:80 p. m.-Evening Service - Pahokee during four winter seas-
6:30: p. m.-Wed. Bible Study ons during the past five years.
: . Church Of God, . .
Nazarene PastorRey.
7:30 p. m.-Prayer Meeting
. Barfield HighwayPahokee
St. Peter's Lutheran Simonson Lair In

I I First Methodist Church, Belle Glade Fla.J. August MeetingThe Willard Kilpatrick, who;

Church PahokeeJohn W. Hughes. Minister has served as pastor of the Church -
August Koerber, Pastor Phone 924.3736: Simonson-Lair Circle Paho of the Nazarene in Eustis, Fla.,
A. Bnley, Pastor 601 W. Lake Rd., Belle Glade SUNDAY:'' kee Methodist WSCS, held its Au- for the past six years haa been
SUNDAY: SUNDAY: 9:45 a. m.-Sunday School gust meeting at the home of Mrs. named new pastor of the Church
Divine Services 11 A. M. 11:00 a. m.-Morning Worship R, J. Schroder, with Mrs. M. P. I of the Nazarene Church in Pa-
9:45: a. m.-Church School
School 9:45: A. M. Holman, vice chairman, in chargeof hokee to fill the left by
11:00: a. .-Morning Worship .. 7:30: p. Evangelistic Ser- vacancy
6:45: p. m.-MYF viceTUESDAY I the program and presiding at the resignation of Rev. Max D.
7:45: p. m.-Evening Worship The Church Of God : the business in the absence of Mrs. Jones, who has accepted the posi-
TUESDAY: 7:30: p. m.-.Prayer Service Hannah Anderson, chairman. tion as chaplain at the Glades Cor-
Of Prophecy, PahokeeCanal THURSDAY There was a sandwich luncheonat rectional Institution.The .
7:00 Choir : '
: m.-Vesper
ticsWEDNESDAY p. prac Point Road 7:30: p. m.-Youth for Christ noon this being the group'slast resignation of Rev. Jones
Service luncheon meeting of the sum- who has served as pastor of the
: John H. Kinard,
pastor .- mer. The next meeting will be held Pahokee1 Church for several years
7:45 .-Mid-week devotions 10:00 School
p. : a. m.-Sunday I at 3 p. m., Sept 21, at the homeof was effective Aug. 1, but he will
11:00: a. m.-Preaching Service First Baptist duties of
Mrs. R. F. Hurt. continue his as pastor the
8:30: p. m.-Senior Choir prac 7:45: p. m.-Evangelistic Service Church Pahokee local church until the first of
ticeChurch 8:00 V.L.B. ,
. : p. m. Tuesday Mrs. R. S. Douthit returned to September when Rev. and :Mrs.
8:00 p. m. Thursday-W.M.B. Guthrie W. Colvard, Pastor her home during the past weekend Kilpatrick and their five children
Of Christ ,, Everyone welcqme. Special music SUNDAY: after being the guest of her mother will arrive to make their home in

and singing. ... 9:45: a. m.-Sunday School in Ochlochnee, Georgia Pahokee.
125 N. W. Avenue D I, 11:00: a. m.-Morning Worship
Phone WY 6-3867 Canal Point I 7:30 .,.
: p. m.-Evening Worship "\' ,
; tI t"I I"I"\1II'l'\fI"'I II'l'\fI 'I l rnli7'\yl I ItTI'tf 1'U1i'N'ltrnii'rol lt I !t7'\I
Belle Glade. Fla. Baptist Church 6:30: p. m.-Training Union

10:00: a. m.-Bible Study Lawrence strt.;; Pastor 7:30: p. m.-Prayer Service
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I 11:00: a. m.-Morning Worship SUNDAY: Monday Cattle Sales

WEDNESDAY 7:30: p. m.-Evening Worship 9:45: a. m.-Sunday School I Glades Baptist Church .

11:00: a. m.-Morning Worship -
7:30: p. m.-Bible. .- Study 6:30: p. m.-Training Union (Rev. Jonathan L. Wolf) Are regularly held at the Glades Livestock Market

a 7:30: p. m.-Evening Worship Meets in Pahokee Lions Club which is owned and operated by more than 120
K St Mary's Catholic WEDNESDAY: Building. Florida Cattlemen.You'll .
J ChurchFather 7:30: p. m.-.Prayer. 'Meeting SUNDAY-SCHOOL 9:45' : a. m. I .. ,
PREACHING' :-11:00: )v a. m. and I enjoy the excellent service you receive here 1.fat

b Francis Fennech Pastor 7,132 Persons Get SUNDAY 7:30 p.B.m.Y. F. -6:30: p. m. this Market. We make an effort at all times to I

1 Sunday Mass 11:30 a. m. I ,WED. PRAYER-7:30: p. m. give an outstanding service to buyer and seller. Give "
Confessions before Mass . i
h .S- - State Welfare AidPaul us a trial.SALES.
e; Nature Study Tour
Rt First Baptist 111111111.111111
M. Cassen Chairman of For Baptist GroupMrs.
.J Church, Canal PointElder District 10 Welfare Board of the EVERY MONDAY AT 1 p. m.
Calvin Britton and Mrs.
State Department of Public Welfare -
Lester Reams Price Burdeshaw took a group of
SUNDAY: reported that in Palm Beach children from the primary depart- Glades Livestock MarketASSOCIATION
0:45: a. m.-Sunday School County 7132 Persons were assisted ment of the Pahokee First Baptist
11:00: a. m.-Morning Worship in the four categories of public assistance Sunday School on a recent nature
6:30: p. m.-B. 1: C. for the month of July, study tour relating to the work'
--i 7:30: p. m.-Evening Worship. 1964.A. being done in the Sunday School. On Pahokee-Belle Glade Road
TUESDAYS; I total of 2.120 persons received The group visited the Shell Empor- Phone WY 630284Pct.
7:30: p. m.Choir practice. I Old Age Assistance in the amount ium at South Bay and enjoyed a
J Jpi WEDNESDAY: : of $104,186. 117 persons received picnic lunch in Rardin Park on

7:30: p. m.-Midweek Prayer Aid to the .Blind totaling $6,896. I SR 715. .V I..V I..V I..V IIMlI..UlIA AI..U.AIAj.Z.III.Y..IIAV I..V I..V I..VJI ...V I..V..lI..V I..V ..V I..V I ..II..Vo...!
Service. I 1097 families ,representing 3538
THURSDAY-Every: other week children received Aid to Dependent 1-- ----- ---__
7:30: p. m.-Ladies Auxiliary Children in the amount of
wh1 Meeting. $67,443. 486 persona received AH
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'Wi to the Disabled In''the amount of r
26591. : 0- .
'"Christian Science
In addition '439 children received
Group Of Canal Point service during,the month, 238' of
,, whom were in foster homes. The .
l 'i1 "Mind" will be the subject this total state,and local cost for these :
Sunday in the last of a series of child welfare services was $16- r ,
I btl Bible Lessons on names belongingto 957.84. ,
God being presented at all There were 4 adoption petitions
r Christian Science churches. studied for the Circuit Court. Everglades Federal is the place to earn a
HdC "He that formeth the mountains, These are children placed in homes :>r _
... and createth the wind, and declar- independent 'of service 'through a : ', high dividend on your savings. Drop by today -

Iy t eth unto man what is his thought,I licensed child placing 'agency, and at our Pahokee office or at the Home
and treadeth the morning darknes I the Welfare Board Is responsible
and treadeth upon the high places according to law to make these reports office in Belle Glade and let us show you -
, O I of the earth. The Lord, The God of I to the court. .
: Pall hosts, is his name" (Amos 4)) will Palm.Beach County is also represented how easy it is to systematically save a cer-
reds be included in the Bible readings. on the district 10 Welfare I .-
; tain
amount for that
i .teri To be heard also is this 'state- board by J. F. Thomas, Jr., West : rainy day.
:sides ment from "Science and Health Palm Beach. J. T. Mclf urrain. Del- ..:J
''FA. with Key to the Scriptures by ray Beach. Mrs. Wilda Tufts Lantana YOU'LL ENJOY DOING BUSINESS AT :
!V :Mary Baker Eddy (p. 256)): "In and Mrs. Marion Bleech.
BlPah/ finite Mind is the creator, and Pahokee. . THE EVERGLADES FEDERAL'EVERGLADES :
f creation Is the infinite image or
; tlrad idea emanating from this Mind. If Mrs. F. G. Gillis was accompanied -
Phi Mind is within and without all home from a brief visit with
things, then all is Mind: and this her son and daughter-in-law. Mr. FEDERAL
3Wii definition is scentific." and Mrs. Douglas Culls at Cocoa
... granddaughter, Cindy Gillis. '
by her Savings And Loan Association
ar HOME FROM CAROLINA who is visiting here this week.
. t. and daughter. Miss Ruth Colvard. An outing at Upper Key Largowas Pahokee
"' >:r\i are returning this week from enjoyed Ut weekend by Mr. Belle Glade
; : \ South Port. N. C., where they attended and Mrs. John K. Wilson, Mr. and
1 Let Your Money Earn 4Vi% Payable
rthe SemiAnnuallyr .
/:-;V North Caroline.BapUat Mm. Milton Salvatore and children .
Xiaoinbly.' Miss Colvard served aa Mr. and Mr*. P. S. Gills and ; .
.* counsellor at the Assembly children.

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Q:How does the new 3%% Interest rate benefit me? beck every six months for the life of the Bond.
A: With Series E Bonds ltbe rate turns $18.75 into You buy E Bonds at 75% of face value and the
$25.00 fourteen montf e faster than the old rate. interest accumulates to maturity. H Bonds provide
Your savings increase faster, because your Bonds income for living expenses, while E Bonds build a
mature in just 7 years, 9 months. nest egg for the future. Tliat's why many retiredpeople" .
hold H and families saving for
With Series H Btfnds, the 10-year maturity period .child's education, buy E Bonds. ; say a
but interest. is each
stays the same more paid you
months.With'both'B and H Bonds the; 'new.rate Q:In what denominations can I buy series B and: series
works out to'.'2H%forth first year and a half;then H Bonds?
a guaranteed 4% each year to maturity. At B Bonds: $25 (cost $18.75), $50 (cost $37.50), $100
8:When did the new rate become effective (cost $75.00), $200 (cost $150.00), $500
A: '1,1959. (coat $370.00), $1,000 (cost $750.00), ,
$10,000 (cost 7500.00..
fe Does the new rate change the.Bonds I bought bo.
; H Bands: $500, $1,000 $5,000 and $10,000. They
fore June 1, 1959 are priced'at face value.

A:AH older E and H:Bonds pay more now-an extra .fe How'safe ace U.S. Savings Bonds t' .
H96 from now on,when nefdto maturity.; The in, '
Ct'eU8takes'effect; in the first full interest period A Savings Bonds are an absolutely risklees way to .
after June 1. aav |7rhe United States Government" guarantees ,
ths"' ash value of your Bonds will not drop, that ifc
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rate? .fe. What if sny Bonds should be lost, stolen or d.*
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your Bonds. As You'can't loos. Every Bond purchased is recorded .
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Paere,Kijrht The Everglades News, Canal Point Florida 33458 Friday August 21. 1964


RIJJTIloTl1I Lions Hear Port I I For Funeral Heart Services VictimA. Nazarenes Having

Manager WilcoxGeorge 2 Wks. Bible SchoolA
T. Shiver, 55, of Donalson-
# vllle, Ga., brother of Mrs. Lon 'W.I .
rf Rashley. first vice' president -i I Wilson of Pahokee, died unexpectedly two-week Bible School is be-

) of the Pahokee Lions Club, I[ from a heart seizure at hisi ing conducted at the Church of the

", presided at the Tuesday luncheon:i home the evening of Aug. 14. Mr. Nazarene' 'in Pahokee for children
meeting in the absence of the president -(and Mrs. Wilson and daughter, Lin-
Glenn Brower, who was out i t da, were spending a vacation with between the ages of 3 and 14 years.
f of town on vacation. I I relatives: in Georgia at the time of I The school opened Monday, Aug.
k 17 and will continue Fri-
I SMALLEST.., City Councilman Carmen Salva- his death. 'Funeral services were
/ tore introduced as guest speaker 11 held .at Colquitt, Ga., on Aug. 16. day, Aug. 28, with daily classroom
\ HE SMALLEST CRAFT 7b EVER Joel C. Wilcox of West Palm I sessions from 9 to 11:30: a. m.
; ,44KEA TRANSATLANTCCRoWN6 - Mrs. Max D. Jones is superintendent
P QMVEST 7DEAST Beach, director of the Port of I I
s Palm who told of plans for ,of the school, which has as
n 4sn A.ANcaQEWS"S4AILn7WAS Beach, I II
/ /ly/4t FEET LOR3 P Improving port facilities in Palm'I I Youth Revival For its theme, Discovering God's Way."
Ttfe/AfTKSPfO AtSDfifrVS LEFT Beach County, not 'only on the Assisting her as teachers and
ATtANTTC C7YJCU.Y2992AMO coast but also at Lake workers are Emily Butler, Grace
1 ARR/1/f0ATFJZE77Ji,ibPTL444L,, These plans include OkeeChObee'l I PahokeeBaptists Jones, Grace Russom, Ellen Baker -

E+LM LA7ZR j, loading dock inside the breakwater Polly Massingale Frances
-- ,.".6M'I1A.'RJIt1?' at Pahokee Harbor, he said. I Wade, Helen Butler, Carolyn Mc-
MfcAS:: iiY A Youth Revival will be conducted -
; Also present at the meeting I Hendry, Gevena Britt, Nina Shir-
ANO =' oNIJS" were Gleason N. Stambaugh chair-,I at the Pahokee First Methodist ley, Eva Mae' Mosley, Sue Ruther-
".S' 'r WAIT:. DO! man of the Port of Palm Beach Church, Aug. 23-3O, by Rev. ford, Nancy Moore and Mrs. Clar-

NO"D" 1 E:f' Commissioners, and Virgil Henderson -I Carroll Starling of Kissimmee. ence Moore.BLEECIIES. . .
r.f'f.C'OPn"AT.f : port engineer, both of West
'Rev. Starling, who has had two I
Palm Beach. Miss Tammy Branch
: W played the piano in the absence of years of seminary work at Drew Mr. and :Mrs. Otto R. Bleech returned -

; far CVCAJOO HTU.LAY6SGS7N4TMA7CNCACA4 Mrs. James W. Vann, club pianist. ) University, is now enrolled in a from a month's vacation
Chaplain's School in the U. S. spent at Highlands and Little
THE E665NAM Switzerland, N. C. While there
Mr. and Mrs. Dick Atkins and Navy.
N.64R 5ywEST l' children ot'. Fort Worth, Texas, Services will be held each even. they visited Mr. and Mrs. F. M.

7DO4y.... were the weekend guests of their I I ing, starting 7:45. All young Shaughnessy, former Pahokee residents

<< INANEX7JPA S.S4Vl/1 KS Dle/rtrWH ER!yt'aUtQvcoqVNERrP parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Atkins, people and their parents are Invit-I who were also vacationingin
$1OtJ8ANK.1' R EDUCATION RET/REMEN7i' in Pelican Lake. I ed. North Carolina.
Of't& R.M/YF4MII.Y IV ED SAV/NGSOOUDS ofrsff A SAfSPahokee Ij j

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,Elementary- Lt. Elliott Takes I

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from 1OO: 4:00: p. m. where the Survival TrainingRENO

child will be given the necessary
immunizations free of charge.
Nev. Second Lieutenant o 0
3. One other requirement that
Ronald B. Elliott, formerly of
can be attended to on registrationday
Pahokee has completed the rigor-
is the Affirmation of Exemp. Chevrolet Impala Sport Coupe
ous U. S. Air Force Survival and
tion from payment of non-resident
School at Stead
Special Training
tuition fee. Each child entering
AFB, Nev.Lieutenant.
school must have on file a state-
Elliott, pilot, was
ment that the parent is exempt
trained to use equipment and tech-
from the payment of non-resident t
niques that would enable him to
tuition.Mr. .
survive under adverse climatic
Howard urges that parentsbe I II II
conditions and hostile I
the requirements
conscientious in meeting
made by the Florida tn en ts. The course, environ-I
the Air Training
School Law and Palm Beach I
County School Board. cludes,, combat survival, evasion I
Teachers of the Pahokee Ele- and escape, and' counterinsurgency'

mentary School began their pre- training.
The lieutenant is being reassigned -
school planning activities at the .
I Air Commandunit Chevy IT Nova Sport CoupeAmerica's .
school the first of the week with I to a Strategic ..!
at McCoy AFB, Fla., which ti.j
three new members on the faculty I intercontinental .:., ..., !
the nation's .I
; to keeps .""f
and 'four teaching positions yet "
be filled. missiles and Jet bombers on con- ',,: i,
stant 'alert. t..
The three new teachers are Mrs. "
Judy Cunningham Fowler, first A graduate of Pahokee High ,-

grade; a Pahokee High School School, he received his B. S. degre I :. ... . !
1r 1 1t graduate who received her BS degree from Arizona State University.

in Education at 'Peabody Institute He was commissioned upon com-
pletion of Officer Training'School. I
; Mrs. Betty Joe Williams, '
second grade, formerly of Register His wife, Joan is the daughter of ,
Ga.; and Miss Dea Kahle, fifth Kr .i George' L. Burr, Jr., of 1560:> ,

grade, formerly of Michigan. Four I Lake .Mirror Drive, Winter Haven, .

teachers are still needed to complete +
Corsair, Monza Club,Coup.R ;
the faculty, one each for the
i first second, third and sixth I
Plan :
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grades, according to Principal -- '!:ti"

Howard.Teachers returning to the school. Week Bible School "

this year are Mrs. Frances White- : best sellers. 1:
side and Mrs. Frances Adams, first
grade; Mrs. Reba Golden and Mrs. A vacation Bible School for . >ir

Esther Ford second grade; Mrs children from 4: through 12 yearsof
Cleo Douthit and Mrs. Peggy "Willis age will be held in the educa- i:
,. third grade Mrs. Emogen 1* a
; tional building of the First'',Metho- Your best buys -
'Scott, Mrs. Beulah Boe and Mrs. .
Jessie Walters fourth grade; Mrs. dist Church, starting Monday
Aug. 24, and continuing through
Mae Laflln and Mrs. Sarah Thomas -
fifth grade; Mrs. Sue Mead Friday, Aug. 28. The school will
and Mrs. Tommie Lee DuBose bo' in session daily.- from 9 to 11 'Chevrolet Dealer'sStands
Now at
sixth grade. Mrs. Dale Norman is a.,m. your
again this year.serving as school Rev. John A. Briley' ,: pastor of
secretary. the church, will serve as the
-. school's superintendent.. Teachers
will include Mrs. John Hatton. Mrs. r
Ass't Agent Named Lewis Collins, Jr., and Mrs. AlbertGamot

Jr.. kinderten department;
Stands to America's number Or you'd prefer 'the carefreecars
reason: one possibly
Mrs. Charles Lewis Mrs. L. F.
To Phi Kappa PhiKent Rosenberg Miss Mary Lee Adams have got to be your best buys. Corvalr.

and Miss Willola Tyson, primary Again this year that means your greatSo come ahead. Choose your favorite
*,t aI department; Mrs. Wilbur Maxwell est buys in any size are at your Chevrolet from among the 45 best ways in the world

P Price, Assistant County and Mrs. William Hatton. junior dealer s one-stop shopping center. to go in the number one automobiles.Take .

Agricultural Agent, has been elected department.Mrs. your pick. But hurry.

to Phi Kappa Phi, national R. L. Hatton will serve as Perhaps the Jet-smooth tamt MAN WITH IMC Nat mm The way they're going, no

scholastic honorary fraternity. He song leader and Miss Tamara Chevrolet-America's best telling how soon they'll all be

1 received his Master of Agriculture Branch pianist. In charge pf re- selling automobile. Or maybe No.1 gone.
degree this month from the University freshments during the' recess per- the fun-loving Chevy II so Better see your Chevrolet
) of Florida. He took his B. iods will be Mrs. H. H. Hendrix many young families go steady dealer before a thing like that
a' Y'4dl S. degree from Auburn UniversityIn and Mrs. Ralph Johnson. Mrs. D. with these days. YOUR CHEVROLET DEALER happens!
195O with a major in both dairy B. Watkins is in charge of arrange- A

and animal husbandry.He ments for transportation to and' ChevroUl'CheveUe-Chevyll-CoiTairand Corvette...
has worked in Palm Beach from the school. I
County since 1955. Before he was No.1 Cai .NaJ Values alb.JT ne to buy Now at your dealer7

an assistant county agricultural Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Hughes __--
t agent in Dade County for three spent the weekend in Sarasota

years. Before Joining the Extension where they were guests of her Chevrolet Ine.
Service. Price was a dairy great aunt Mrs. Mattie McCloudand Stanley .
farm manager in Alabama. cousins, Mr. and Mrs. John

jje jg *,pant president. of the Warren. They also visited at the
Florida tttteMtan Workers Asso- Masonic Home In St. Petersburg 164 Lake Ave. Pahokee, Fla. Phone 9245593I

elati a.' ; Sunday before returning home.

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