The Everglades news

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The Everglades news
Alternate title:
Belle Glade news
Alternate Title:
Place of Publication:
Canal Point Palm Beach County Fla
Everglades News Pub. Co.
Creation Date:
September 11, 1964
Publication Date:


Subjects / Keywords:
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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: Governor ;Funeral ServicesFor Game Will Bids Asked On Pelican B. Glade Election

Mrs. WilliamsWord Lake Rural StationThe

Coming October 1 has been received here of Be Played SundaySunday Post Office Department has Will Be SpiritedProspects

the death of Mrs. D. C.' Williams authorized the conversion of the

Pahokee Rotary Club PresidentR. of Zachary La. Mrs. Williams afternoon may be a good Pelican Lake Post office to n today are for a spirited
M. (Mike) Sanders announced I died Sept. 6 and funeral services day for ambulances if the scheduled -I rural station attached to the Canal city election in Belle Glade when
this week that the Rotary district were held on Sept. 7. She lived with "flag tag" foot ball game be- Point Fla., Post Office The polling time rolls around next
governor will pay an official visit her daughter Mrs. Wallace Pope, tween Pahokee Jaycees and Belle station will be operated on a con- Tuesday, Sept. 15. Incumbents on
to the Pahokee club on Thursday, a, former resident of Pahokee and Glade Jaycees takes place as plan- tract basis and anyone who is the city council ''have opposition
October 1. The governor serving teacher at the Pahokee ned. The game is scheduled for the terested in submitting a bid on In-I,and ,ardent campaigns are being
this district this year is Fred De- ary school. Friends Element-I Belle Glade athletic field at 2 p. m. station may secure the forms from :made by those who would unseat f
hon of West Palm Beach. send sympathy cards may with admission set at 50 cents for the Canal Point Post Master no those;'in office.'May'or .
President Sanders said that all them to 4027 39th St. Zachary adults and 25c for children.As I later than Sept. 16. The' office will I LeBron Williams north-
committeemen in the club are to always the proceeds will go !convert to a rural station Oct. 9, I boro candidate for reelection is
prepare written committee reportsto for a worthy cause and this time 1964. opposed by Curtis Slade a Belle
hand in to the district governor Cowart Laundry In the'' money realized from the game - Glade furniture store operator who
when he visits the club. Each com- I will go toward paying part of the 18 making his first bid for public
mittee member in all clubs is requested New Home Pahokee present indebtedness of $700 on Negro Hospital In office. Slade is making an all-out'
to prepare a full and complete -: the Belle Glade Little League Base campaign for a seat on the' council
report on the accomplish- ball Park. Sponsors of the game Belle ''Glade PlansA Palmer January In the Central,
ments of his committee in orde- Cowart'Laundry and Dry Cleaning are hoping that many folks will borough Is being opposed by HughC.
that the visiting official may gainan concern has moved from the turn out for what may be an all- Bowen and Dr. John L. Grady.
Insight into the accomplish- :Main street location in Pahokee to time record of foot ball display. new Negro hospital will be This particular race will prove of
ments of the various clubs in his a different spot on Barfield High- - erected in Belle Glade if present interest because the two men try-

district. way. The concern is now located in plans work out, according to J. T., ng to unseat Councilman Januaryare
one of the Geiger Lumber Com- Armstrongs Enjoy Houston, Jr., one of the incorporators newcomers to the political bat
pany warehouse buildings Immed- of the new institution. Plans tles of the Belle Glade area.
Incumbents Only iately south of the lumber shed.A 50th Anniversary call for the sale of 10,000 shares of - .
new sign Is being erected and common stock at $5 per share in Foot Ball ClinicScheduled
South Bay ElectionThe the proprietor asks that his cust- .Carver Hospital Holding Corp.
omers look for the new sign which Dr. and Mrs. L. W. Armstrong The 12 bed facility to be built} at ToniteGilbert
,will direct them to the new local celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary I I an estimated cost of around $100- '
city election in South BayIs I: tion. 000. Incorporaiton papers have Lanhani of Production
with an open house, Sat-
an unusually quiet affair so ,far been filed with the secretary of Credit Association presented tho
this fall. With only a couple, of Sheriffs' Group urday at their home 756 Bacom state in Tallahassee. Pahokee Lions Club with an electric

.. . weeks left between now and closing Point Road lt, Pahokee.!, Greeting clock at their regular business
-- of qualifications there seem to Studies LegislationBARTOWA guests with the Armstrongs was meeting; held -Tuesday,"""l\t noon.
be no takers for the Jobs held''' by their daughter Mrs. Jack Phillips. Mike YoungbloodHas The business 'meeting followed n.
the Incumbents.Once I : committee of the Mrs. Alvin Armstrong; was at th 3 Basic TrainingGREAT monthly board of directors meeting
again making a campaignfor Florida Sheriff's Association will guest book. which was held Monday night.
the two-year posts are Mayor- study new proposals of legislationto The three tiered anniversarycake LAKES 111.-Michael The Lions heard reports from
Commissioner J. C. Bowen, and provide for better control of was served by Mrs. R. D. T. Youngblood 17, son of Mr. and their committees and the treasurer
Commissioners F. W. Kelley and habitual sex offenders, says Polk Apelgren from a table laid with fin Mrs. T. J. Youngblood of 840 East ,report from J. W. Vann.
A. O. Walker, Jr.CltyIAdministrator. County Sheriff Monroe Brannen. off-white cut work cloth and cent- Main St., Pahokee completed basic It'''was announced thai, the annual -
t Bill Eggleston Brannen announced he has been ered with a candelabra arrange-, ,training August 7 at the Naval foot, ball: clinic which Is sponsored
said,the last filing date will be advised by Sheriff Ed Blackburn, ment of fancy and miniature y.3l-; Training Center, Great Lakes, Ill. Jointly by the Pahokee and,
at 5 p. m. Sept. 21. Qualified elect- Jr., of Hillsborough ''County that low carnations oncidium orchids The nine-week training included Belle Glade Lions will be held at
ors may continue to register at the association's legislative com- and golden eucalyptus foliage. naval orientation, history and organization the Belle Glade' football field this
the City Hall until noon on Sept. mittee will study the problem and Floral arrangements of yellow seamanship, ordnanceand Friday night.
make recommendations. Blackburnis mums and roses carried out the drill, first Discussion was heard of possible
26.At last year's election 399 bal- president of the Florida Sheriff's theme of the golden weddin aid and gunnery survival., military fund raising projects Including the
lots were cast. At present regis- Association. I throughout the home. During the training recruits re- annual Lions light bulb sale to be-
tration figures are in excess of Brannen requested Blackburn to Dr. and Mrs. Armstrong were ceive tests and Interviews which gin' on or about October 9.
50O.()( seek assistance of the sheriffs organization -I married in Ft. Pierce in 1914 and I determine their future assignment \. - -
in finding ways to curb i moved to Pahokee in 1915. they are in the' Navy.' Upon completing the Compiles AnalysisOf
sex crimes following the rape1 of members of the First Methodist
assigned to service -
WMU Groups Hold a 3-year-old'' Highland City girl bya Church of Pahokee. Dr. Armstrong program schools they for are technical trainingor ( Business Taxes tS'1"

'RegularJeetings} man who had been sentenced for I is a retired dentist and is presently to ships and stations for on-the-
-' sex offenses in the past.WeekLWachee I engaged in rental property I job tralnin In a Navy rating ; .. PETERSBURG Florida
"The W. M.; U. Helping theWorship" management. He is a member of specialty._ Council of 100 Chairman RaleighW.
Church was the title of ToEntertain the Pahokee Elks Club. Mrs. Arm- Naval training produce the power Greene, Jr., has announced

eo. ;. the .program presented_ at, circle I 1\strong active- \,.Jn' civic organiza- in seapower. by supplying ,qualified that Dr. John. F., Sly professor
:r.;5';..;.... .SC ; ; ;meetings:held fa;;.the. hotne.T\ies.: Families tions. $;-..:- ., personnstomsttt: .,lpr; emegttietip; i fit :Pceton.
, : ..: ':;::i aay0jt. members:'Tne-St s .:7i. .C.: C1rc1e"met ,in the:=inorthg at the 'BROOttSVILLE' ,All4rriida, GrisconV ::Johnson"" ,';Pahokeer Mrf.1ack' $\; day'sCalled N avy.<..--, ;<.."., ''' -. -. '- t<& T>mpile3plr1drfda. ,business. ,ta*: -
'" home of Mrs.Guthrie Colvard. Mrs. residentBhave: been invited.-Ls PhillipsFairfax: S. C.. and - -:._ _.. 7'" 'ai 1ysls. .3% R
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: Alvin Armstrong; Jacksonville and ,
1 ., J. H. Wilkinson presided. guests' of the Week Wachee Mermaids Dr., Sly conducted major tudylr-
; Mrs., Colvard, Mrs. Wilkinson during the entire month of nine grandchildren. Others asslst- of Florida "tax 'assets and policies"last
and Mrs. Bill Shirley presented the November to see the new under- ng at the open house were Mra. To St. Louis spring and defined many feu
program. A request was made for water show "Alice in Waterland." Earl PUs and Mrs.- -Paul Kohr. By Mother's DeathJ. turea; ,of the, state's tax climate.
help in serving the Wednesday Florida residents may identify The toew-study, combined with
themselves with a Florida driver's Camp Out Enjoyed testimony and case histories developed -
the church. The
light meals at P. Parker was! called to St.
October meeting held ,at the. license, or similar identification. By Young BaptistsEight Louis, Mo., this week due to the 'from public panels, will be
and be admitted upon payment of, : presented to the next governor and
dome of Mrs. Bill Shirley. death of his mother Mrs. Celeta
a small service charge. legislature in the form of specific
\ At the Lottie Moon circle which died
Mrs. Figentzer
This year will mark the fifth an- members ,of the Junior Figentzer. recommendations for action.
met at the home of Mrs. Adaline survived three
Sept. 4. She Is by
nual All Florida AppreciationMonth Department o* the Canal Point The Industry liaison committeeof
Wroten. Mrs. J. C. Mock, Mrs. J. P. Canal Point Mack, and
sons, J. P., .''
for Weekl Wachee. The program Baptist Training Union enjoyed a the Council of 100 will meet in
Herring and Mrs. .Marvin. ,Crady was organized in 1959 to "camp out" last Friday and Sat- Gordon of Tampa. Burial was! at Tampa Sept. 1O. to set dates forth
the; :
Mrs. Joe
presented program. show the appreciation of, Weeki urday at Salerno. They were ac- Tampa. public tax panels to be held Inmajor
Thompson presided at the business Wachee towards' Florida residentsfor rence Stewart'and family and Mr. - Florida cities during October. -
jne-sting. their help In making the Florida and Mrs. Jim Gifford and family; One-day hearings will be set
Mrs. Ray Hawk was hostess to : West Coast attraction one of companied by 'Rev and Mrs. Law- New Sub-Station For permit businessmen and industrialists -
the Faye Taylor circle for the the leading attractions of the I - to present complaints as
evening meeting with Mrs. Gene I' state. HOME FROM HOSPITALMr. The Power CompanyWorkmen well as recommendations for improvements -
Gore Mrs. Charles Angel, Mrs The underwater show will be in the tax environmentin
Gene Sullivan and Mrs. Edward completely new and different. It is and Mrs. Will Nason plan to are busy this week Florida
Culberson presenting, f pie program, a musical revue f based on .Alice In return to their home in West Palm driving piling for a new substation Gerald H Gould of Lehigh Acres,
:Mrs. Ralph Crews served as co- Wonderland'new adventure'underwater I Beach this weekend. Mr. Nason recently to be built for Florida Power Is'chairman of the industry liaison
hostess. Mrs. Edward Culberson .", underwent surgery at Houston -and Light Company' immediately committee which will'organize and
will be hostess at. the. next meeting.. Weekl Wachee i is located near Texas. >Bnroute home they will north of the City of Pahokee conduct the tax panels.,
.' IBrooksville at, ,the i West Coastjunction I stop at her.parents home, Mr. and water tower on State Market I _!
Mr. and Mrs. R. 'W. 'Burks of of'U. S.'19 and' Florida. Mrs.; Earl Maxson: and be Joined by Road. Much sand fill ha been I Miss Yvonne Thompson plans to
Griffin. Ga., are the guests of his .' their son Nat who has been the hauled in from the St. Lucie cans leave tlu* weekend for Stetson!
brother-in-law sister., Mr.-w **'and Mr.-and Id*. 1C.;D- Geiger spent_ .I guest of grandparents* for several bank to make a footing for the University in Deland where she
Mr*. Claude Shirley. Labor Day'at Salerno: weeks. : '* construction worker (will '
. ,. enter' as a Junior.


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Birthday Party ForKemp Sorority Groups Among the out; <$ town .guests

1Irs. J.luby Jn .g9? ',% tings attending the recent ugeddifig of
r Miss Rebecca Grimes George
Mrs. Ruby temp was honored I Pahokee Chapters of Beta, Sigma Lawton were Mrs. Ixsojaard'Brown
with a surprise trtI\lay party Phi sorority discussed plans for. and"'"cJvildren,',Mrsl: :Margprie" : Crick
I Saturday! .tt !.rS9on'' t'tier"home.. by cpmmunity service and social activities and Mrs. Alice' "Weatheystrbm all of
sevejral:* of )her r neighbors andj at their first meeting' of West*Palm Beach"f :Mr. and Mrs.
j frieridfL Thbsc 's,.ttendibg were MrS.J. the season last Thursday night. Bill Grimes and Mrs. W. C.
I .' C.. Mock,-Mrsf., J.'D'/tfobks, Mrs.R. Mrs. Ruth yjredgworth was the of Tampa Mr.: and Mrs. Bill Bak'erof
F. Hurt, 11 rs. J. P. Herring guest speaker.. : itt the' meeting of Ft. Lauderdale and Dr. and Mrs.
Mrs. WV'L.-' Boatwright, Mrs."Ada- theXi Alpha Mu Chapter! which Richard Farrow of'St. Petersburg.
: ----. I'line Wroten Mrs.' r Pauline Mills, I met at the 'home of her daughterMrs.
Mrs. Ruby Moody, 'Mrs. Molly I Helen Jean Boynton.Mrs. .
..... "'!\ ,WI. Spooner and Mrs:/Alice Mae Wat- I Wedgworth spoke on hei .'

Rar in J uilcJLn A ., Jji % anajl Point, Florida son. - .. 'I recent trip her talk to the with'Orient colored and slides.illustrated PRINCE THEATRE

LAKE OKEECHOBEE REGION HOME OF 'I Mrs. Clark Wilkinson was host-
-W fcjfc'M > i. XI Beta Tau Chapter.
THTH I I I PHS graduates; ess" the PAHOKEE, FLA.
EVELAES I NW..8 Junior' I Mrs. Norma Aldridge presided
___, : : I T College M+s. Wilkinson presented the prop

Serving the, Lake Qkeechobee >farmingRegion, ? Without I am. SUNDAY, MONDAY, TUESDAY
:Interruption? ?#! >Eyerjy'Weejc''.for 40'' Years The following graduates. of the ,Mrs. Ruth Ann Zimmerman" pre- 13.14.15" '.
Pahokee 'High School, class of sided at the meeting of the Beta SEPTEMBER
Established*" March 11, 1924 Published Every Friday 1964 are making plans to attend Omicron Chapter with Mrs. Louise "WILD ANDVONDERFuL"

Subscription... .-. .. Price.. .. $2.00....... Year In Advance' Palm Beach Junior college: Diane I Brown in charge of the program. '

The, Everglades News Is Entered at the Post Office Hollon,' Elaine Adams Genel Bar- .. \...: .., .. ', ,",-.,:
In I'CanalPoint, Florida,*as Second. Class Matter. Crosby wick, ,Barbara Helen Ldndrose Compton, Carolyn Patsy.'TO ANDREW OOLLEG}* TONY CURTIS AND

Paul Rardin, .' Owner.. .. Editor. Publisher Maxson, Ayllffe Mueller Cheryl Miss Linda Wilson and Miss CHRISTINE* ..... ._ KAUFlVfANN* . ' I
\ Pierce; Hazel Sheppard Ronald Eloise' Elliott plan to leave (IN DOLOR)
Bracewell, Richard Butler, Thomas Cuthbert, Ga., where they will
84.OOO in June' was 22,600 below
Employment; Is UpFor June'a year ago. Hand Lewell Hughes, Mead Max- enroll as freshmen at Andrew .
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well and Walter Parker:! College. _. .f
Brown said the good conditions
2nd, Quarter continued through the summer. --_...._ .-'---

t ?,*' I July nonfarm employment was + ? +<. > +< ++ t
70,800 above a year ago at 1,465- t
ALLAHASSEE-State, Indust-. :200, while unemployment was 21-
rial CommissionJChairman Worley 40O below July, 1963.Unemployment ., + :t
Brown today reported a drop of t'
I compensation
almost two million dollars in un 'payments in July were better than ; .. :&;
employment compensation payments $300,000 below July 1963. ..
to Florida jobless for ..thesecond Brown said all major industry Phon-\VY;; Belle
Phone 9245511Pahokee 6-2550 .Glade. :!:
quarter of'1964 compared to divisions in the State registered 3:
tote same period 'a'year ago. declines in the total number' of
Brown said payments for the weeks for which unemployment 1 SALES and SERVICE :(
second quarter in 1964 ending June compensation was paid during the
30 totaled $5,831,184 compared'to => Air Conditioning Appliances $
quarter ending June 30. Heating: : >
$7.537,651,: last year. Wholesale and retail trade was ,,A'4- 'A

summer i And Brown all angles said of that the at Florida mid- down levels;25.3 construction% from a down year 34.3: ago%; ..).++ + .;...;..>.><.+fofofo :--fo+fo SMi fofofofofo; 't-* tyfc

employment situation reflected an manufacturing,down 13:1: % trans- .
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compared to a year ago. lic utilities down 33.4%; finance-
Jobs were up and unemploymentwas insurance-real estate, down 20.2%; ." .
down. t and' services, down'17.6%'. '/ ,.,; :: > ':.: ... "" "r ". '. ". .{
June nonfarm employment at .' ..I:+:J;:;.n 1 . :. y : ;1 ; .I"i'2
1,482,500 was 68,700.. above. June, ,I Mr. and Mrs. 3'W.. Brown have I ., ' ;
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John Pren Burdeshaw was abl
to return to school,this week afte
undergoing a .tpjistllectomy at''Good

Samaritan Hospital In West, Pair
Beach last we .1{..

Mr.. and t'Lee; Shirley an d '
children, Lelgh"i'4Ann, and Chrl sI
spent this past'weekend at Riviera

Misses Lynn"and' Bobbie Jo'Brit. HOME GAMES HOME GAMES

ton left last week for Lexilngtor,

I. Ky., where they will attend th Forest Hill ............uu........_........ Oct. 2 Vero Beach ................-.............. Sept. 18

University of;,);Kentucky, Lynn, a!s Riviera Beach .............................. Oct. 16 Lake Worth ........................_...... Oct. 2
I' a junior and Bobble Jo a freshman,
*., "j f I Martin County (Stuart) ............ Oct. 30 Clewiston ................................_.... Oct. 16

Winter Mr. and Haven Mrs.:.were; A. C.the Fulford. ''Sunda o;f Palm Beach Hi ...._.........._...... Nov. 13 Seacrest (Delray) ........ u..u_ Oct., 30

.' guests of his Cousins, Mrs. Lee Belle Glade ..............u..u...... Nov. 25 Fort Pierce ..u..u............ Nov. 13
L Wprten and Mr. and Mrs.

,. Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Bordeauxare Clewiston u............... .._........Sept. 18 Forest Hill u:_ ..............u.u...... Sept. 25
sveeral days as the
guests of Mr. and Mrs. O. H. Chas Vero Beach ...._..........................Sept. 25 Riviera Beach .............................. Oct. 9

tain at Thomasville,i'Mr. :' Ga. Lake Worth .................._.......... .. Oct. 9 Stuart ........u ......_........................ Oct. 23

and Mrs. David Rameyspe'nt Seacrest (Delray) ...................... Nov. 6 Palm Beach Hi ....-...................... Nov. 6
a short{]_time with his par-

'ents, Mr. and Mrs. George 1 Barneyand Fort Pierce ..........-....._ -....._.._.... Nov. 20 Pahokee ..........-........................._.. Nov. 25
her parents, Mr. and Mrs.-Rup
ert Mock enroute to their homeIn
Cocoa after spending the week- Glades Chemical Company

end at Ft. Myers.

returned from, vacation with his
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parents, Mr. Mrs. H. A. II
V'J I I WI.l'I \J.'I V.JI WI.I V..I V'IIM'I I\11M'1 V.JI V.JI WI'WI.-Y.JI 'k
at Ridge Farm, Ill.
Mr. and Mrs.. Karl Watson and
Rev. and Mrs. J. R. Heller and Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Harringtonand Mr. and Mrs. F. S. Parrish and TO HUNTINGTON COLLEGEMiss
infant son and Mr. and Mrs. Paul
f Watson spent he Labor Day week- daughter of Riviera and Mr. and family spent this past week-,daughter, Debbie, were the Labor I Pam Boe and Miss Verlon

. end at Riviera Beach. Mrs. Charles Jones and son of end in Tallahassee visiting their Day guests of their son-in-law and Jones plan to leave this weekendfor

t other Clewiston were the Labor Day daughter, Miss Janette' Harringtonwho daughter, Mr. and Mrs.: Bob Max. Montgomery: Ala., where they
Mrs. W. S. Cross is the guest
guests of Mrs. C. B. Jones and attends Florida State Univer son and small son Todd in Boca[will enroll as freshmen in Huntington -
daughter and family, Mr. and
Alton Jones. sity. Raton. College.
Mrs. Doyle Branyon and family in I

Melbourne this week. _ __ ,.u __. __

Mr. and Mrs,'Hatch of Ft. Meads \
was the recent overnight guest of
Mrs. Alma Nall and Mr. and Mrs. );i >: '

W.son Mr.S.Freddy Cross.and Mrs.have K '' Fred returned McKee from and I! : Fastestguv .lj i: the county :; ;.. ' .

Tasley, Va., where, they spent the : ,
summer. * ,-E "" fr,,.), 11 r
; Lubricating farm machinery t ,"isn't the time-consuming chore it -
Mr. Mrs. H. E. Unwin and
and ,. be. Standard Oil's Multi-Purpose Grease Cartridge end- $' .
daughters, spent the Labor Day s : #&x used to , \
weekend at Palm Beach Shores. ed all that. When used with Standard's Econo-Grease Gun, you j'

__,1 can load and use in 30 seconds. And there's no contamination ;;,'

: of grease. Your Standard Oil Man will gladly demonstrate this J'time
Ads '
Classified ": saver! vI

1. ,*
POSITIVELY all want ads ,oclassifieds I .. .: '.
aa 'you wish ,to call! i" '
them, are payable in advance front
his day forward. Don't phone 'em.
;Write it and drop a dollar bill in STANDARD : ,.

the envelope If' you want it run ? , ::'.
once. $2 if you 'want' it run twi 'tt t
r ..
and so on. 'f t.i;'!j! ,

FOR SALE: New and Used .Willy; rte. We take better care of your equipment '

Jeeps. Walter Ashley's Qarag z x .f ....
la Belle Glade, Phone 63058.

' Oct.I, ,' '17-54-cb.. 'I .

DOUSE FOR SALE:' Almost new -_- #
OB home. 3 bath, completely \, ...' \ .11....,
." furnished, $bti>> cash ; :: 1"': l'J. .,.,
.J .. 7' er's equity : l.e.L1l r v .0:. ... !1.a !.:,:,:' :".!d
",' ce like rent. Also ini \ (..:: .... ,,{ "" '.....1.1".. r
muck' dahokeeBelle ,ht1...". 4' :
.'. acres, of land '
lit, .. ,r
Glade : :
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reduced. See or call Dan Carpenter1 t .- .J
Realtor. Telephone 4-7153' ,residence -
4-7235. Vi;k, ",pty\ V', 'JUp
don't need? A$1.00 classil'led' ad
In this column will probably find
you a sale. Just,writer your ad,en
close a dollar and we'll do the rest.
The Everglades News Canal Point
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Friday September 11. 1964
The Everglades News, Canal Point, Florida 33433 Page Fives "

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Carolyn.Sellers "Faces Of Freedom"In Baby Sperm WhaleAt Personal ItemsJohnny MissMary Ann Ford daughterof

Miami Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Ford of,'Canal -'
Weds J. D. CochranMiss Nov. 15-22 The SeaquariumMIAMIA Point, left Wednesday for At-

will lantic Union College in South Lan-
MIAMI- receive an one-ton 20-foot baby Heller of Riviera was '
caster, Massachusetts. She la, &
historical art exhibition recalling sperm whale named Peanuts is liv- the weekend guest of Dick Strayerand senior.
Mary Carolyn Sellers, nieceof significant people, places and ing: at the Miami Seaquarium. It is Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Strayer.Mr. ,
Mr. and Mrs.. James W. Vann I events in the nation's past, when the first sperm whale ever to ben and Mrs. Claude Shirley and Mrs. Ruby Bush was the'' week-
became the bride of John Dav'idCochran ,' I aces:: of Freedom" will be on display residence at any aquarium in the her brother and sister-in-law Mr end guest of Mr. and Mrs. Bobby
son of Eugene F. Coch- at the November Home Show world. and Mrs R '''. Burks of Griffin Bush at Ft. Myers.

ran and the late? Mrs. Cochran of I at Dinner Key Auditorium, Nov. I Peanuts was captured by three Ga., spent Labor Day at Riviera Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Ehnstrom.
Wasilla Alaska, in a double-ring 1522. Coast Guardsmen, Nick Faulman, Beach. have returned from a visit with his

ceremony, solemnized at the homeof "Faces of Freedom" is presented Larry Tindall and Walter Vollmer, Mr. and Mrs. William S. PlumerJr. sons and daughters-in-law,' Mr.
the bride's ;'aunt and uncle i in I by the American Heritage I in the sea off Lake Worth inlet, 70 ., have returned to their home. and Mrs. Richard Ehnstrom and
Pahokee Sunday afternoon, Sep- Foundation and the John Hancock miles north of Miami. They called at Durham, N. C. following a visit Mr. and Mrs. Allen Ehnstrom and

tember 6, at 5'p.. m. Mutual Life Insurance Co. The exhibit the Seaquarium, and the collecting: with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. son Peter Ehnstrom in Fitchburg;
The Rev. John A. Briley, pasto will come to Miami from a'' boat steamed to the scene immedi- S. Plumer. Both will attend Duke Mass. They also attended, %the
of the First Methodist Church In'' showing at the U. S. Pavilion of ately. Peanuts was lifted into the University as seniors. Worlds Fair in Uew York. '

Pahokee, officiated. I the New York World's Fair. It con vessel's huge live well by crane, I .
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The vows were spoken before an sists of 76 original paintings. and Capt. Emil Hanson brought his ----r. ,;
improvised altar banked with: More than five million people precious cargo down the inland MiTOtf irr\rwifrftiiY! rrtMr
palms and an arch entwined with have seen "Faces of Freedom" waterway in order not to Jounce

fern, white gladioli and pom-poms since it begin a national tour two her.It
Tapers in floor candelabra shed a I years ago. The Miami exhibitionwill all began when fishermen
soft light over the nuptial scene. be its first visit to Southeastern 'reported to the Coast Guard station COWARTLAUNDRY

Miss Alice Elaine Hurt and Miss U. S.Representatives. on Peanut Island in Lake

Twila Vann Mulkey of Tavernier, of the American inlet that they had spotted a sea
cousin of the :bride, presented the Heritage Foundation in Miami are cow. A Coast Guard boat was dis- AND DRY CLEANINGNOW
wedding 'music Miss Mulkey sang Paul R. Scott of the law firm of patched to the scene' and they

"Ah! Sweet Mystery of Life" and Scott, McCarthy, Preston and found it was actually a whale. LOCATED IN THE
"I Love You Truly." Steel, and McGregor Smith, chair Two Coast Guardsmen jumped
The bride', given in marriage by man of the Florida Power and overboard and got a rope* around
her uncle, wore a ballerina dress of Light Co.Rebecca. her tall. They climbed back in the GEIGER LUMBER CO.
Chantflly Lace. The -bodice featured boat and the whale went in the

a Sabrina neckline and wrist opposite direction. They had a WAREHOUSE
point sleeves. The back of her full Grimes struggle getting her to Peanut Is-
skirt had three tiers of matchinglace. land where they tied a'I rope to the '
The illusion veil fell from a Weds G. W. LawtonRalph piling. IMMEDIATELY SOUTH OF

crown of matching lace, pearls and Burton Clark, general managerof CASH & CARRY LUMBER COMPANY
crystals. The bride's bouquet was a the Seaquarium says he will

petite arrangement of phalaenopsis Grimes gave his daughter enlarge the pool as Peanuts grows ON BARFIELD HIGHWAYLook
orchids and frenched carna Rebecca Ruth, in marriage Sunday: if she lives, as female sperm
tions. Her only .ornament. was a to George William Lawton, in a whales grow to about 30 feet in
single strand of pearls. For "some- ceremony at the First Methodist length. But she may be a suckling
thing old" she ,carried the wedding; Church, Pahokee. The bridegroom's baby who lost her mother and the
handkerchief of. her great grand- grandfather. Rev. George Lawton formula for whale's milk is not for the Sign on Barfield
mother, which had also been car- assisted Rev. Guthrie Colvard :lr known. f
ried by her aunt, Mrs. Vann, at her performing the rites before an - Highway i

wedding. altar decorated with palms, can- Rev. Leo Hughes of Brantley, [
Miss Selena Ann'Mulkey of Tav- I delabra and baskets of white mums r:Ala., was the weekend guest of his
ernier, cousin of the bride, was and gladioli. mother, Mrs. Jessie Hughes.

maid of honor. She wore a ballerina -i Mrs. Lawton, daughter of Mr: I h_'_ _---=-___ ______ ___ ___ A_ __ ___ ___ __ _ ____ ______ __ __ __ ____ _
length dress of Duchess of I I and Mrs. Ralph Grimes, 231 l/a ::=.
Windsor blue organza over taffeta Main St. in Pahokee, selected a
with fitted long-sleeved lace jacket formal length gown of white satin
and full skirt. Her matching with a lace over-jacket featuring
headpiece was of leaves on a ban- wrist pointed sleeves. The bride's
deau of net. She carried a cascade crown of seed pearls held an illus-
bouquet of white carnations and sion veil and she carried an orchid

blue streamers. cascade bouquet. >..
Johnson, flower -
Little Miss
Dianna Lawton, sister of tho
girl, wore a dainty dress of white t
bridegroom was maid of honor. t't
with matching headpiece. She car- '
I Bridesmaids were Gloria Miriam ..
ried a basket of rose' petals. : '' i .' : 4' !
Smith, Belle Glade, cousin of the \ .
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attended b .1
bridegroom was
bride and Dorothy Batchelor. Ellen
M. H. Mulkey, Jr., of Tavernier as S,
Jo Denton, another cousin of the i' j
best man. bride served as junior bridesmaid. ,. .
Mrs. Vann chose for her niece's
They wore street length dresses of 'f
wedding a sheath aqua importedsilk brocade. The honor attendant
dress and a corsage of yellowtea
wore green and blue, the other3
roses.A wore green. Bouquets were tangerine -
reception was held immedi- carnation cascades and the attendants t
ately following the ceremony. The
wore matching crowns
home was decorated throughoutwith ,
with veils.
flowers. The bride's i'r i',
white Harry D. Harper, III, St. Petersburg -
table was covered with a lace cloth i .
was the best man. The bride .'
White flowers in the center were I. '
groom, son of Dr. and Mrs. Alfred .
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flanked on either side by three :_ II I I
Henry Lawton, St. Petersburg, selected -
branched candelabra. A three- /.
as usher, Robert Brush,
tiered wedding cake on a mirror: Donald Schoos and S. Brent Tut- ,I' i

was placed at one end of the table well, all of St. Petersburg.The PAHOKEE BLUE DEVILS '
and punch was served from a cut reception was held at the .

glass punch bowl at the other end. home of Mr. and Mrs. Duncan Pad- ,
Cake was served by Mrs. M. ,H. gett, 620 Barfield Highway, uncle Home Games Games Away "
Mulkey, Jr., of Tavernier, aunt of and aunt of the bride. Those assist-

the bride, while Mrs. Ray Smith ing at the reception were, Mrs. Dan Forest Hill ........ Oct. 2 Clewiston ............ Sep. 18 r
poured punch, Mrs. E. D. Sims. pre- Carpenter, Mrs. J. H. Wilkinson,

sided at the register. Mrs. Ray Hawk, Mrs. W. A. Riviera Beach .... Oct. 16 Vero Beach ,....._ Sep. 23; ...
The bride chose for her going
Stevens and Miss Beverly Wilkinson. -
away outfit a cadet blue'. suit with .. Martin County .... 0_ c t..>3., ,TIt Lake. W.. or t"' ,;.::<..of'..''Oct. 9Fort u .. "',II'J
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'.....1 --o .... .. NRO < I ,Lj ,tllttc.'on .j
white accessories and. a.-< ;white Tht."'briddl'waa graduated from '0 '!; ;! .01\' : ;' ....
; h ... Noy i'I'S- Nov: ;' ;.,' '
t*" r-AUD.ucaC "; .. ..!' 'e.-.:.... ,.!' ... milt "slr t
corsage. 4V .r : .
Pahoftee High school ajxt fdfcwnded *.. ii:! r {. "'_ "' .; : .. I't.t'. 1':( HI. ... 4.. .. ..'
Mrs. Cochran is a graduates' *# the MiainfUmVer- Belle/Glade! --------N25 : .: Pahokee High School, clash, of 1961. sijty)< : of Monteray 'Tech.,(.'Mexicoand l'1 '$ :-' ,,,., .I.' "' ;" .1'. ,. ttlH.
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She attended Howey Academy,"at Tall ; .
Florida. State' Uuiyeraity, .., .f.' t.."
Howey-in-the-Hills, Fla:, and: Belle ahassee.. .' 11111111111111111..

Isle Business College, West Palm The bridegroom ws graduated 1- A

Beach. from Florida State University,
Mr. Cochran, a native of FreePort class of 1964. BELLE GLADE ,GOLDEN RAMS

Texas, graduated in 1958 The couple will reside at 525 Un-
from Mosca High School, Mosca, iversity Ave. S. E., Minneapolis,
Colorado. Her is at present an elec
Home Games Games
Minn. Away
tronics instructor at the Naval ..
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Station, San Diego, California. Mr. and Mrs. M. P. Stanley are Vero Beach ........ Sep. IS Forest Hill ........ Sep. 25 r,
Following their wedding
Mr. and Mrs. Cochran will make expected to return this week Mr froma and Lake Worth ........ Oct. 2 Riviera Beach .... Oct 9
visit with her parents. ,
their home in San Diego, Cali-
fornia. Mrs. Pegler of Lumkin, Ga., and Clewiston ........ ....Oct. 16 Stuart ................ Oct. 23:
Jacksonville, Fla.
- Seacrest ............ Oct. 30 Palm Beach ........ Nov. G
Mrs. Henry Kautz of Canal .

Point is presently visiting her son, WPROX.) ONE OF EVERY FOUR Fort Pierce ........ Nov. 13 Pahokee ............ Nov. 23; cr.
David, In Texas where he is sta-< VISITORS IS SEEING FLORIDA
tioned with United- States Air THE FIRST TIME I .
the FOR
Force. .:.... :.................................- ................ : I I f I I I I I I I I I I I ......................................

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!..Ir. and Mis.. Jack Bush and
family were the guests of his GREET
brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and Bank of PahokeeOldest

Mrs. Bobby Bush in Ft. Myers, '71IEM '
over the weekend.
.. .vg'd! Bank in Palm Beach County Member F. D. I. C.

3Ir. and Mrs. R.,, M. Sanders andiBOn ., ,. ., .
Mike, have moved to their
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A ,t* ., ,,", .. ,
; Bbr" __ 'TUP 1I1y ..._M"""' CIDII I"PIIIJttmmIII': ; Friday SefctetttBeY, 1084OI

f' Ne b: s"I( ; ,Cost Citrifs;Quarter"silbWcks_ ,Million Td

( s The 4 Inn I BIRTHS WINTER'Showcase for the HAVEN occured new $203,000-in Groundbreaking Winter Citrus -

__ -- Haven recently. Ceremonies were

The Methodist Church l South Side Church The Pahokee ChurchOf Mr. and Mrs. Sherrill Max Priceof attended ials and. ,by representatives state. and local of offic-the

Canal Poiht, Florida Of ChristBelle The NazareneRev. daughter Clewiston, announce Karen' Virginia the birth, born ofa Minute Maid Company, Florida
Citrus Commission and Florida
Glade across from Willard Kilpatrick August 27.
James W. Citrus Mutual. The dome shaped
r Pastor
,; Baugher,
Ito DASD: Bowling Alley on Rd. 90 433 Bacom Point Rd. Mr. and Mrs. Phelix Slonaker, building will include 23,000 square
0:45 School.. .0:00: a. m.-Bible. Study Phone 0247528 P. O. Box 882 Pahokee, announce the birth of a feet of floor space and is locatedon
: a. m.-Sunday.
*11:00:( 1:00: a. m.-Sermon SUNDAY SERVICES: daughter, Rammona Sue born, Au- a 16 acre tract facing: Cypress
: a., m.-Morning Worship
6:00 6:30: p. m.-Evening Service 9:45 a. m.-Sunday School gust 28. Gardens Road east of Winter
:p. m.-Evening Worship
,\ TUESDAY 6:30: p. m.-Wed Bible,Study 11:00 a. m.-Sunday Worship Mr. and Mrs. Charles A. Holly Haven.
i .
1 m.-Juniors Belle Glade announce the birth of
6:30: p. Agricultural Commissioner Doyle
8:00: p. m.-Woman's Society:
It 1st TuesdayWEDNESDAY: St. Peter's Lutheran 7:00 p.. m.-Sunday Evening a daughter, Sondra Lynn, born Au- Conner was honored guest for the
Evangelistic Service gust 31. occasion.

7:30 p. m.-Prayer: : Meeting Church, Belle Glade WEDNESDAY: Mr. and Mrs. Jerry C. Holcomb, <

7:30 p. m.-Midweek Prayer South Bay, announce the birth of a Ray Ford, son of Mr., and Mrs.
August Koerber, Pastor meeting. son, Ricky Lee: born Sept. 4., J. G. Ford, left last Sunday for
,First Methodist 601 W. Lake Rd., Belle Glade "Where you re.a stranger butonce. Mr. and Mrs. Charles T. Monak, Pasadena, California He will stay
Church Pahokee SUNDAY: /* Canal, Point* ; announce the birthof with his. uncle and aunt, Dr. and
Divine Services 11 A. M. - a daughter, Terri Darline, born Mrs.: Cyril, .B. Courville, until he

School 9:43: ',A.:; M.. 'CKuirch Of God Sept: 5. enters:LaSierra College near there;
: A. BnJey, Pastor -
", i Mr. and Mrs. Donald Wayne later in, the month. He will be a
t :SUNDAY 9:45: a.: m.-Church School The Church Of God .Barf ield HighwayPahokee Wagnon, Donalda nnouDce the freshman.
birth of a son, \ Wayne, Jr., '('0 -- :.
o, 11OO a. m.Morning Worship Of Prophecy, Pahokee Fla. born Sept. 5. ,.' ,

6:45 7:45 p.p. m.-JIYlr m.Evening Worship Canal Point Road 'J. W. Hughes, Minister S-Sgt. and :Mrs.. John Gandy of c' t .

SpangahJem.AFB, Germany announce Visit Pine Island
rUESDAY: John H. Klnard, pastor Phone ( ,
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SUNDAY: <: a son? born
7:00 p. m.-Vesper Choir prac 10:00: a. m.Sunday School FORA
ticeWEDNESDAY 11obi.a. m-Preaching Service 9:45 a. m.-Sunday School, Sept. \8. Maternal grandparents
< 11:00: a. m.Morning Worship a 'eM.J 4, Mrs. H. C. CIaltc,;paternal
7:45 Service Fishing Vacation
: : p. Evangelistic grandmother Mamie :
7:36: m.-Evangelistic SerTUESDAY is Mm. >
7:45 p. m.-Mid-week devotons 8:00: p. m. Tuesday-V.L..B.. p, .' .
1 8:00: p. m. Thursday-W.M.B.: ." ._ vice I Gandy., 'J
8:30: p. m.-Senior Choir prac- Everyone welcome. Special music :
ticeGlades and 7-:5O p. m.- Prayer Service
__ Mr. and Mrs. C R. Wetheringtonof
I, - THURSDAY: Air Conditioned Efficiencies
I Pahokee and Mr. and Mrs. E. F.
7:30 Youth Christ
: m.-
Baptist ChurchRev. Canal Point Service p. : Mixson of Belle Glade, plan to at- $35 wk. for 2 peopleRestaurant

Baptist Church tnd the Funeral Directors Conven- Nearby
( Jonathan L. Wolf) tion to be held at FontainebleauHotel

Meets in Pahokee Lions Club Lawrence Stewart, Pastor First Baptist on Miami.Beach. next week. Phone OW 89851St.
Building. SUNDAY: CfifctFchPaHbkee; James City Fla.
SUNDAY SCHOOL 9:45 a. m. 9:45 m.-Sunday School I Johnnie Smith, son of Mr. and
: a.
PREACHING-11OO: a. m. and 11:00 a. m.-Morning Worship Guthrie W. Colvard, Pastor Mrs. R. T. Smith, has returned to (Near Fort Myers)

;; 7:30: p. m. 6:30: p. m.-Training Union SUNDAY: his studies at the University of Free Boat Ramp
I SUNDAY: B. Y. F.6:30: p. m. '7:30: p. m.-Evening Worship 0:45: a. m.-Sunday School Florida in Gainesville.
I WED. PRAYER-7:30. : p. m. WEDNESDAY: 11:00: a. m.-Morning Worship

+S - 7:30: p. m.-Prayer Meeting f 6:00: p. m.-:Evening Worship >'\"fLi' lrN If' "flr I, "flr ,I, 'f'If' "flrN ir/w\iry ry ir.wrys\itr4Mfr. '\ lm it, "fIf'N'Ir7'\"fIr7'\"ff'' "W'
Church Of Christ, 6:45 p. m.-Training Union

St. Mary's Catholic WEDNESDAY 7:30,,p. m.-Prayer: Service
125 N. W. Avenue D
- Cattle
Phone,WY 6-3867 ChurchFather Monday
Belle Glade.. Fla. Holy Nativity . .

SUNDAY SERVICES' Francis Fennech, Pastor
10OO: a. m.-Bible Study: Sunday Mass11:30 a. m. Episcopal ChurchPahokee Are regularly held at the Glades Livestock Market

11:00: a. m.-Morning Worship Confessions before Mass! which is owned and operated by more than 120
7.80: p. m.-Evening Worship - '. '
Rev t.'Xx Vicar Florida Cattlemen.
a- Christian Science
SUNDAY, : 'fYou'll
1 7:30: p. m.-BiW.. - StudyFirst Group Of Canal PointThe 10, a. m.-Sunday School enjoy the ,excellent service you receive here ..

11:00 a. m.-Worship Service at this Market. We make an effort at all times to ,
I BaiitistChurch .
life of Abraham will be reviewed give an outstanding service to buyer and seller. Give '

Canal Point next Sunday at, Christian Turnpike TakingIn us a trial.SALES.
Science churches to show how
It '' Record Cash .. .. .,;..ill"" .
Elder Lester airsBUNDAY "faith is the substance of things I I 111 8 i

i : __, hoped for, the evidence of things
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I 9:45: a. m.-Sunday School j not seen" (Heb. 11). FORT LAUDERDALE Daly EVERY MO&0A1T AT 1 p. m.
: .11:00:()( a. ,m.-Morning Worship)' The subject of the Bible Lesson cash tolls on the 265-mile Florida. itJi
I / 6:30: p. m.-B.,,'1". C. \ t.[ "Substance," and the Golden Turnpike averaged $34,613 during :
t Worship; Text: is from Galatians 3: "They July, or almost twice'the 17,710 Glades Livestock Market
\ I TUESDAYS: which be of faith are blessed with [dally take in July of 1963.. ,, .
," t ( 7:3Q: t>."m.-Choir practice... faithful Abraham." John R. Phillips, Turnpike Auth- ASSOCIATION
: WEDNESDAY ority Chairman, said turnpike performance "
:i. Selections from "Science and ') 11'1
1 7:30: p. m.-Midweek Prayer Health with .Key to. the .Scrip? ( during: .the first seven On PahoKe&=Belleie. Road

I >D> '. Service.' 1 res" by Mary Baker Eddy will months of 1964 indicates total an- Phone WY 6-3028
THURSDAY:-Every other, week include a description of 'Abraham nual earnings of $14 million "more
7:30: p. m.-Ladiea.Auxiliary as an example of "Fidelity; faithin than a .million' dollars above the a\.aK.\L ; '
Meeting the divine Life and in the eternal earnings estimate made in 1961." \ I V.m.VJ V VJ .l.IPiI'> \*?ALW&WW"WiWllW"W\< : & I Principle of being. This patriach ._:.:1 ____.... &.1....... .. .Ioo .- -- ''' '''' .. .. ..I _

Parties Are Given illustrated the purpose of 'Love to I - ., ., .., .." -. ,.
create trust in good, and showed
For Recent'Bride the I a:life-preserving power of spirit-

.. ,' .. t ,, ual understanding": (p. 579)).
;S Before her recent marria '.'Miss -

.' ". .I Carolyn Sellers was honored with a I Ringling: Museum 41' .c-t :

: M number of parties among these Has Brorein Chrmn. .

-, was a dinner party given at the .
home of Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Ander- SARASOTA- Carl Brorein. Jr. ...,
son, Friday night Sept. 4. Guests of Tampa, vice president of Gen- '1- r
i attending were Miss Sellers' aunt eral Telephone Co. of Florida, was ,
t and uncle, Mr. and Mrs. James 'W. elected chairman, of the board, of Federal is the place to earn a
Vann, Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Frazer, .
trustees of the Ringling Museums
Miss Alma Farrow, Mr. and Mrs.J. recently. He succeeds Dr. W. D. high dividend< on your savings. Drop by today -

R. Dixon and Miss Margaret Suggs of'Bradenton.' at Pahokee>> office
. Rose Kitsner. our ; or at the Home
All five trustees were present, in
Mrs. Ralph Johnson was hos- addition to Brorein: and Suggs, office in Belle Glade and let us show you
tess to a bridal luncheon at her President Hugh McKean of,Rollins
home in honor of Miss Sellers College, I and Karl Brickel and how easy it is to systematically save a certain

Saturday, Sept. 5, which was at- George Higgins of Sarasota. Higgins -,
amount for that
tended by Mrs. James W. Vann, was named as vice president.Bids rainy day.
Miss Selena Mulkey, Miss Twila were opened on a proposednew
Mulkey, Miss Alice Hurt, Mrs. M. building for the Ringling Mu- YOU'LL ENJOY DOING BUSINESS: AT

.... H. Mulkey Jr.. and little Miss Sus- seum of J the Circus. Lowest basic
an Johnson. bid of $69,574 was entered by-the THE EVERGLADES FEDERAL
A buffet luncheon was given in Mathews Development Corp. of
t, .; honor of Miss Sellers and her fiance Tampa. >The' bids were forwardedto
John Cochran Sunday at the the Board of Commissioners of
home of Mr. and Mrs. E. D. Sims State Institutions for approval.The EVERGLADES FEDERAL;: :
with Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Vann and meeting warn the last-one for

other out of town guests attending. museum'director Kenneth Donahue Savings And Loan Association

Mrs. Sims was assisted by Mrs. before. leaving. to assume his new .... a_-._:.. ... ,-:. t., ,' _
, Leon Spooner..Ronfr1a post as deputy director of the LosAtomies ACCOUNTS INSURED BY FEDERAL SAVINGS AND LOAN INSURANCE CORP.Fa : .
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i .. Story, son', off-Mr; anclJfrs i tember. 6ltee l Belle Glade

. Charles I, oU Story to'returnecomy t m-:; Uio ;;;; .n.-,- mi1 ;;I' bt-Your.Md ey Earn 4%% Payable SemiAnnuallyn

at St. :Marya. Hospital,I this past weekend on the beachat
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The Everglades News, Canal Point, Florida 33438 Page Seven
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The Treasury explains why the new ones you, buy and the ones

you own now are better than ever

Q:.How doe 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 .-- Y CRt "Y E Bonds at 75% of'face value and the
$25.00 fourteen months.; faster than the old rate. interest-accumulates:. to maturity. H Bonds provide
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. T71a; why many ,retiredpsoplCJhold
'If Bonds and families saving for a
With Series H Bonds,"th.10Ur. maturity periodstays .:;.a.a '. education, buy'E Bo da. -
the same buf more interest is paid. you each, : -
six months With'both 15 and/H Bond*the'jaew.rate' Q:Ia what denominations can I buy series E and series

works out to 2H%for-rthe first-year and a half; tars.., HBerfcfe? -
a guaranteed 4% each/gear to maturity. Ac B :Bonds: $25 (coat $18.75), $50 (cost $37.50), $100

vto (cost $375.00 V $1,080 '(cos? $ ,
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$181000 (ceet$7 08.08))
'Does the new rate change* tae Beads' Z- bought, ,before HBoadb. : $600, $1,000, $5,000" and. 10000.. They.
June 1,1939?. ' -1 are'priced at faCe value. y '4'- '
JU All older E and H Bonds paymoreDOW'.How'fc ae U.S.S.viapBoDda? .. .
*&% from+ now on, when heidto aaataxitgr.Tbevfes- "
crease.takes effect; m the first fuITinterest, ... At,'Savings_ Bonds' are an absolutely riaklees way to f.
afterJ'uneL J,1 United States Governmentguarantees f
only value of your Bonds will not drop, that it i'
Q:Will the Bond I own automatically earn their new grow ... .f
rate? 8)s Whet, if say Bonds should be lost, stolen oe ...,*
A* Yes.. You dent need. to do a thing just'hold,,-- on. to, -.sttoyeslr - V,
your At You o n't lose. Every Bond purchased is recorded
B s Whenmv.E B Bond* mature' will they ketp oa earn.inginoKst '
far t Treasury.; If. anything happen. to you. ;
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Page Bight w Tbo >Evergl&des New, Canal Point, Florida 33438 Friday, September 11, 1964VEDDINO

John. Zimmerman left this weekend -I] :Mrs. Calvin Spooner and child- Miss Ruth Colvard returned to -
J. ': and Mrs.-M. H. Mulkey,J I for Taipeh, Taiwan, Formosa| ren, Calvin, Jr.. and Gayer, have' Stetson University at Deland today MonthlyMeetin
1 where he will assume the duties of moved to their new home in Seat where she will resume her
entertained I
i Jr., of Tavernier Cochran-Sellers, i II pilot with Air Asia Co., Ltd. Mrs. tle, Washington. Their home at 157S. studies as a junior. She wad ac- The regular monthly meeting of
'I members of the at the Zimmerman and children plan to Greeri tar Avenue has been purchased ' companied by her parents Rev.I the lone Patterson Circle of the
wedding party at a of I Mrs. Guthrie Colvard. Canal Point Baptist Church will
Pahokee Church and
suitable living the
I 441 Restaurant Saturday evening join him as soon as by .
a. meet afternoon, September -
found. the Nazarene for use as a home I I' Monday
for the,quarters can be i iSteve I IT
following: the a.. for the church's pastor and family. MOVE TO W. PALM BEACH 14, at 2:30.: Mrs. J. L. McCall
wedding. The table was covered I .. ..
Brackin of Pahokee and I Mr. and Mrs" Gene Waits and.chairman, will preside.
I with a linen cloth and white a center mums Bob White of Fort Meade motored{I I Bob White of Fort Meade wa family, recently moved from their Mrs.: C. B. Jones will present the
and '
of pink glads
piece carried out the color scheme. Covers down to the Keys during the past I the guest of Steve Brackin in Pa- home on Cypress Avenue in Paho I program and Mrs. A. R. Scruggswill
were laid for fourteen. Labor Day Weekend. ',hokee during the past w ekend kee to West Palm Beach. I be the hostess.

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