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: November 6, 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
lccn - sn 95026042
System ID: UF00079910:00412
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Succeeded by: Glades observer
Succeeded by: Everglades observer

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Ten Year Program For Johnson, Burns & Hospital Auxiliary

Van Kessel! Win '

Sugar Cane Growers To Name Permanent ers

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I President Johnson swept Barr; Mike Maxson A3-C Is Forty residents of the Pahokee-
Be Discussed Nov.- 19th Goldwater under a deluge of bal- Canal Point area signed up as

i I I lots the like which has never beet Going: To McCoy AFt charter members of the Ever-
before. Haydon Burns walloped -
seen glades Memorial Hospital Auxil-

State agricultural leaders will Glades StudentsAt Charles Holly to become the AMARILLO Tex. Airman iary at an open meeting in the
new governor on January 1, 196J Third Class George M. (Mike) Community Room of the Ever-
take a deep look into Florida'sbooming ) U. Of So. Fla. while County Commissioner E. F Maxson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Earl glades Federal held Wednesday

sugarcane industry and Van Kessel won a decisive victory; Maxson of Canal Point has graduated afternoon of last week with Mrs.

will map out the industry's poten TAMPA Thirty-one Palm over Barney 'Poston of Lake Park from the training course fo Grace Maxson of Canal Point

tial for production the next de Beach County' students are among in Dist. 1. U. S. Air Force fuel specialists at chairman of the committee in

cade at a meeting in Pahokee a record 6,498 enrolled at the University Ed Bandlow is still in the lead Amarillo AFB Tex. charge of organizing the auxiliary

Nov. 19.The of South Florida this fall. by more than a hundred votes over Airman Maxson, a graduate of presiding.
The number of Palm Beach Andy Andrews for the county commission '- Pahokee High School, is being re Those who did not attend the

meeting is part of the Ope County students enrolling at TJSF seat is Dist. 3. Several assigned to McCoy AFB, Orlando open meeting and would like to

ration DARE. (Developing Agricul has increased each year since tht! hundred absentee votes are still tc Fla.. for duty in his new specialty join the Auxiliary have until Nov.

tural Resources Effectively) pro University opened in 1960. The be counted. The trend of those already The airman entered the Air Foic< 9 to sign up as charter members.It .

gram initiated several months age number has increased from two in counted was still in favor of( in July.Elks. was announced all three typesof

by University of Florida Provost the first year to 1O .in 1961, 17 in Bandlow. .. members active sustainingand
for T. York, Jr. The
Agriculture 1962 28 in 1963, and 31 the current SIIKK1FFTaylor life will have voting poweron
objective of DARE is to evaluate trimester. Among those enrolled (D) 38,527Kelknberger Ladies Name all issues dealt with at auxiliary
each agricultural commodity are Henry Messer Jr., Canal (R) 42.796 meetings.The .
Florida and formulate a plan ol Townsend,., SCHOOL.SUPERINTENDENT.
Point and Margaret active member in additionto
action to help develop ,each industry Their New Officers
: Belle Glade. the $3 annual dues is requiredto
fully by 1975. Fulton (D) 49,061 service annually
. give 50 hours
Stations Joining marketing Agricultural and Experiment sugarcane Early (R)SUPERVISOROF 27.386 Mrs George H.. Tucker, ..Jru.. was either "In hospital," where

experts, and industry represents- Blue Devils SquadTo REGISTRATION elected president of the Ladies 01 duties will consist of being a receptionist -
Exten Pahokee Elks at the October meeting at the hospital's
tives will be Agricultural '
(D) 39,038Morrell
sion Service Director Marshall O Beasley in the ladies lounge of the desk, operating the gift shop aux-
(R) 33,441
BeachThe and the
Watkins and Assistant Dlrectoc Delray COUNTY COMMISSION Elks Club. Others elected were iliary secretarial

Joe N. Busby. District 1 Mrs. Al Lavender vice-president; like, or "out hospital" work suchas

Leading off the program wil] Mrs. Sam McKinstry secretary;; sewing and mending hospital
Devils will Poston (D) 34.274
Pahokee Blue similar
be Dr. W. W. McPherson Experiment Mrs. W. C. Darden, treasurer and! linen patients' gowns
journey to Delray Beach tonight in I Van Kessel (R) 38,974 Mrs. James W. Vann parliamen fabrics at home and participatingin
Stations agricultural econo! 2
search of their first foot ball win District projects. .
I fund-raising 'h''A
mist who will examine trend in -droppedsix.; Andrews (D? 37,093 tarian. .
of.the useaeon, annual -
'' Installation will take 1 la, c e 'sustalning-'member-
world p.
consumption prices, ,
sugar in a, .row, the latest last Friday Bandlow (R) 37.246 30. The received an dues) and life member ($100
production, beet and sugarcane BOARD Nov. group
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19-0. "
to Stuart by a score of to
night invitation from the LOPES ol annual dues) are par-
production, assistant Stuart drove 80 yards in the Branch (D) 37.618 Homestead Elks Lodge to attend ticipate In auxiliary,work but such
tions. Ferdinand LeGrand
first touch- Heidtman (R) 31,331
second ,quarter for its not mandatory for mem-
agronomist with the Ever PORT COMMISSION their alldayworkshop followed bv+ work is
with Clark Collins going
glades Station will review the Su-Distrlct 1 a dinner dance on Nov. 21. Edward bership.Mrs. .
1:15 left
with :
the final two yards
: director the HarryAnna was appointed -
of Alice Spooner
present status of sugar production Wolfe (D) 1,167 Carver
in the half.
Home for Crippled Children in chairman on a nominating com
in the state.
R) 2,141SubDistrict
fourth-and- Langham ( .
Next on the agenda Is a .panel: A fake punt Buck Mauldin to David 2 Umatllla will l be the guest speaker. mittee to select a slate of officers
rune from
discussion on sugar production Morris covered 13 yards to the Pa- Bums (D) 16,862 . .. for the Auxiliary. Other Mrs.membersof Eula
will committee are
Panel members rep the
problems. lokee 26 'to' key the drive. Marty: Robinson (R) 8,468CRIMINAL
resent small and large producers.labor. COURT> Patients To Tillis. :Mrs. M. ,P. Stanley Mrs.
Reinbarg ''kicked the point. Heart Tucker .
j Mrs. Ruby
governmental Rardln
surface water and Pahokee fumbled on its 22 earlyin :McIntosh (D) 38,397Pitterer ; Kathryn .
regulations during the dis the second hall and six plays (R) (Write-in) 2,647 Hear Special DietA and Mrs. Catherine Kennedy.The
committee will report its rec-
two yards.idauldln
Mauldin sneaked
P. Hebert U. S. D. A. agron later touchdown 1 course on weight control low ommendations at the next meeting -
omist and Canal Point Station t throwing got a perfect nine-yard I Daves (D). 42,925Montgomery sale, and low-fat diets caned"Hearty which will be a called meeting

head; Dr. W. T. Fbrsee Chemist- by to John Wood standing in the (R) 29,920 Eating" will be given the ,date to be announced.

\ Charge. at the Everglades Station pass in the fourth quarter. Group 2 Thurs., Nov. 19th at 3 p. m. at the Guest speakers at the meeting
; and Dr. Watkins will reporton Stuart 0 7 6 619 Roberts (D) 46,198 Civic Center. This special diet were Mrs. Flora Mary Hamilton of,

research and educational activities Pahokee 0 0 0 0- 0 Sorham (R) 25.983Group workshop will be sponsored by thWoman's Lake Worth, district chairman of
developed by their respective S Club of Belle Glade. The Hospital Auxiliaries, and Clifford

organizations.John . ... to attend. administrator of the, .
Maynor (D) 34.OOO public is invited Simonds, Jr.,
: Tiedtke wgarcane'grower Ross Harrington Is Reed (R) 35,292 "Programs have been set up Everglades Memorial Hospital who

0 and member of board ,of directors Group. 4Day with the idea of taking the gloom were Introduced by Mrs. Maxson.

)1;, ,;" of Sugarcane,Grower's. Cooperative Awarded ,Platter; : (D) 34,190 out of diets and presenting:them asa ')Irs: Weeks, spoke on ,the purpose -

: "f ". of.:Florida, will wind up: the ..' "o' ;, ': <, Bafalis (R);'M. .. :'challenge:to the ingenuity"" s.'it and duties of a,hospital auxiliary ..'

,. .,r.?t' :' progn'm') ,leading a discussion An:engraved..silver platter Was ., TAX ASSESSOR Dr. E.:'E." Funderburk, Jr.. or Lake ,, ,illustrating her ,talk with <

.t .,.1, ... centered around developing an action ; warded to Ross Harrington at Maxwell (D). 38,663; Worth, chairman, of the Heart' As a chart in the form of a tree of -r-.

.. program aimed at realizing r North Florida State Fair in Tallahassee Bebout (R) 3 .281 sociation's community service com- knowledge on which the auxiliary
the full potential of the Florida over the weekend for his TAX COLLECTOR mittee. was shown as one of the many
"" / sugar industry. prize in growing dry corn in the Sproul (D) 46,023 . branches of service that are integrated -

The meeting will start at 1:30p. State 4-H Club corn efficiency con- Brown (R) 29,553 Site in the operation of a modern .-
m. at the Pahokee. Elks Club. gest. The silver platter contained .. Old Parsonage hospital.
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the following engraved inscription: CLOTHING FOR NEEDY I II Of WSCS Meeting 1 Mr.'Simonds told how a hospital

Kindergarten Spooks "Florida Pulishing Company Tro- Mrs. Hugh Branch chairman of auxiliary benefits a community. He

phy. Champion 4-H corn produc- clothing committee in The Canal Point WSCS met in also described some of the new.
PahokeeDowntown PTA
Invade tion record. State 4-H corn show. WMU of the the old parsonage Tuesday night modern facilities that will be available
North Florida State Fair. Tallahassee Pahokee asked the with Mrs. Donald Kepp presiding.Mrs. to the public when the new

Pahokee was invadedby ,.. 1964." Pahokee First Baptist Church for Boyd Vorhees reported on tha Everglades Memorial Hospital;

an assortment of witches, gob Ross was accompanied to Tallahassee their co-operation in contributing week of prayer and self denial and now under construction on South

lins and numerous other outland- by his parents Mr: and Mrs. clothing for needy children in this on the number in,, attendance at Barfield is completed..
Mrs.I . .
Ishly dressed small-fry for the trophy
A. R. Harrington at their regular business the book study.
Arch Blakey's Kindergarten mar- presentation. area Tuesday morning at the Mrs Osceola Upthegrove was BIRTHDAY PARTY
ched through the streets Friday meeting for missionary Mrs. Charles Brown entertained
. I *' Mrs. Guthrie Colvard presented appointed representative
from 9 to 9:30: a. m in their annual Chun the "Korea Ready personnel. The programwas with a blrthady party In honor of

Halloween parade. Open,House Is Set J Rellcloui program Change." She was presented by Mrs. J. P. Park- her daughter Mary on her fifth
for (
After the parade they returnedto a and she was assisted by Mrs. Vorheefl. birthday' Oct. 29 at her home and
Pahokee PTA assisted by Mrs. Bill Shirley er
By r
where they
the kindergarten '!. Following the program re- was assisted by Mrs. Mamie Can
were guests at a party for one of Mrs.: Joe . fte''hments were served by Mrs. dy. The twenty guests were entertained -
their classmates. Charles Duke Open house will be held at the under the -
with supervision
have!I Scr.rs.Dr. games
McCall Pope
Mra. J.
who' was celebrating his fifth: Pahokee P. T. A.meeting Monday, Mr. and . of Miss Pat Gandy.

birthday. Hostesses were Charles's November 9, at 8 p. m. All clasp returned trom'azehul'st.: Ga.. 1 I Scsser Watson of Delray .. .
funeral service -
another Mrs. Perry Duke and aunt rooms will\ _be open'and parents are where they'attended brother-in-I Beach r/as the weekend guest of :Mr. and Mrs. E. B.Gamble havereturned
; Jtlrs. Leon Spobner, Halloween favors .- invited to visit_the rooms. There !: for :Mr. : by his parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. H. from a visit with her father *

were presented to the children: will at7:00pm.be an executive board 0 meeting.. o i Mr.law.and They Mr*were. Roberto accompanied Arrieta. ]t Watson. .. ", i;1n \'* ; M.'I.. Cobb. in Robellne. La.

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n& i..I1JTION OF* RESPECTjiT LargestShipment: 4-H Horse fcfcitf To

i ir. 'Brother: R, be.ttr Memory: : (Un of le. .Bob) Of Phosphate MoVe Be, OrganizedThe

Bat> _Who passed away Seplem-.
t:1-:: LU beJ)8 v.,,A_. ,D,1ke.' Co 5984R'tig TAMPA-The cargo vessel Oriental :I organizational meeting' of
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,yui e/xfJDeiEl| ,nab,invaded. Clipper left Tampa Port last' the Glades: 4-ii Horse Club will be
>the ranks of Jhe Craft and. sum- week' laden",with the largest single I held at the Canal Point Community
moned on@! rof the true and faithful, Ahiprnerjt of phosphate' ever to Center at Eight (8)) o'clocki
His passing leaves a pang of sorrow leave the city*;' docking facilities.A I i Tuesday November 10. This is for
and a feeling of sadpes's. His ,total qf 26,247 net tins filled all Glades boys and girls betweenthe
t voice will be heard no more around the vessel's hold. I I ages of 10 and 19. You will not
the altar of Masonry, but the noble The Oriental Clipper flying the be required to own a horse to belong -
r Lam' example of his unselfish and devoted I Liberian flag Was: also the deep. so if you have any interest in
life will continue to live to I.lest draft vessel ever to leave I I horses you are urged to attend
guide the footsteps and direct the Tampa Port. I along with your parents. There
conduct of* : i will be a film shown and refresh-
Tfie Itardm in many men.
Building Canal FloridaTHE :The shipment is one of many of I ments served. For further information
His achievements: and sacrifices
almost size the
equal purchased by
LAKE OKEECHOBEE contact Mrs. Virginia Waddell -
REGION HOME"OETHE will live in.the hearts of the Craft, phosphate buying' company knownas

EVELRGLAItE'SN'EWS 'and we.shall think of him as a living the British Phosphate Commis at 924-5338.. ,.---
\ a beautiful ascending: and expanding sioners. The shipment cleared
lIfemade radiant by the for New Zealand. IN GEORGIA IIOSPITAL
Serving: the Lake Okeechobee, ing Region Without lights of true Fraternal love. Tampa To fill the vessel required 343 I The many friends of Mrs. Sidney
Interruption: Every Week for 40 YearsEstablfshedMarch Resolved that Everglades Lodge. 70-ton hopper cars at the Seaboard Smith of Tifton Georgia will be:
; : 11, 1924 ,-. '- Published Every Friday No. 211 F. & A. M. of Pahokee Airlines Railroad phosphate elevator interested to know that she is a Memorial pa
Florida in testimony of our loss be tient in the Phoebe Putney -
Subscription Price $2.00 Year In AdvanceThe where she was loaded. Georgia
draped in, mourning for the proper Hospital in Albany -
Everglades News Is Entered at the Post Office time and that we tender the Fam- BIRTHDAY PARTY I where she underwent surgery
'In Canal ,,Point Florida as Second Class Matter ily our deepest sympathy in their Thursday. Mrs. Smith is the former -
affliction, and that a copy of these Mrs. Stanley Hooks entertained' ,Miss Dorothy Chastaln daughter -
Paul Rardin Owner, Editor, Publisher of Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Chastain
resolutions ,be sent to the family. members of Mrs. Brooks Hender
I Committee: son's second grade with cake and all former residents. of Canal
Malcolm H. Millar ice cream in honor of her daughter Point.
:Here Is What Transpired At Monday's Worshipful Master Suzanne, on her seventh birthday. .
.. Samuel O. Baggett Whistle balloons'were presented to CLASSIFIED ADS PAY
j Meeting: Of The Palm Beach II Secretary. each child at the close of the party. J BIG DIVIDENDS

County CommissionThere -

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.appeared a possibility: this I of land with the City of Riviera
Week that location a new million Beach which would give the county
dollar terminal complex scheduledfor land adjacent to the Negro
" ,International Airport might be Children's Home. The board also
changed.An voted, to investigate the possible
original planned location ,In purchase of three privately owned T Phone 9245511Pahokee Phone WY 6-2550 Belle Glade
the northeast corner of the airport parcels located in the same area. t .1
placed so as to utilize an airport In othr actions Monday the Y SALES and SERVICE
ramp already in place was turned commission. * I
down by the Federal Aviation Agency Heard that equipment for Installation -
and a new site meeting FAA of a railroad crossingon $* Heating: Air ConditioningAppliances f
, approval was picked. The locationwas the Florida East, Coast tracks
changed the FAA said as i at Hypoluxo is expected to be de- +++ +++ ++++>++.>+++: + ++++++++++ +++ I
protection to airlines operating livered by November 15. I
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from' the field. ,Voted to provide an access to a - -- :
County Airport director :Frank I new section of highway between II II I
Sakser told the commission this Lake Harbor and Bare Beachanew I Iwl II II I
1 week that the, operating airlines road built for some time but i
prefer the' original location and never opened for public use because j
\ :full use of the existing apron. This of an access bottleneck.
A I., .decision. Sakser said.*. has been presented : Voted proceed with plans for I IIj.
to Miami,, and Atlanta offices -, enlarging Phil Foster Park on the ..... ......
of the FAA,,,but ,the agency Riviera Beach causeway. . '\ 4 1,:.,':t... II
still refuses to approve the orig- Instructed the county .,engineer ?h.9kakW .m'awK3a ta{ fwa; $.a
inal location. to advise the City of West Palm ;
Of primary concern:; to the commission Beach that county maintenance of Millions 4 I
is that use ,of the ,presen;I Belvedere Road inside the city : :
airport facilities :would! result, in' limits will top at Australian,Ave., ( : :: j' ,
a coKJvttarable.savingsin.construc: since a new sub division in that
tion of the new: terminal. area did not provide enough rightof ':I, ';
The board voted to appeal, 'Its way for future widening the aiEIdVu'
case to the Washington headquarters street. \

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Sakser also told the board that
Irel1mlnary.planntng meeting for VORHEES ON LEAVE .r + .
the :complex 4 sc1 asedthat. the ,$1 Boyd Vorhees. Jr., has joined his -
million) set aside forbits .construe-; ? wife and son' 'Doug-, while on two ; t: "4 "1 there's.No Match Y for a flameless 5't' '
ben, week leaye after serving 18 monthsof I, ............
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tipn.might, not } 'enough money ..K
mechanic at
I duty an aircraft
as >
and that the terminal} set tor completion '
the U. S. Coast Guard Base on .
for the, 1B66 tourist .season :
Kodiak Island Alaska. He will report
be pletect'byJanuary ELECTRICRANGE
probably wpuldn't c n :
1966. for assignment at the Coast .
County_ Cpmmisslgners! tpo.kateps Guard base in St. Petersburg following :
his' le'ave.CALLED .
,.fchls ;veer,to+ purchase,prpp- . ._ ,
e,ty, nepdetq' (expand facilities oftwo.qounty.ope.ratipiia. :
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0'1,The;board. voteij'to, ,.of. ,'.1 6U0 K) : ._and)$(i,. James Glffordwill 4 '
for, &,'p( .t,Of'l h: 'west.of I Jfye DiV: > ,return to ''thglr hqrae ,_Jn,, Canalt '' I. Super-fast Cleaner .Super-safe, Cooler i
a Street; .Gtffjce Buildingneedetf" pint. ',thla.. weekend >after ..beingqailed :
for expanslon.ojrf I ; t :t tfirkjrig ['tt\\ &-' to Prior, Oklahoma-7, .. .. ,,['due ,to ; '*iHf cooks for 'less than a ptfnny ,
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'Cmtl ,{ I50xi50"'foot'plot.,;a_: wiurapbWeaiM i ,ttje, dq y 1 !?!L. "othFr' \if'-!- ( .a parsonlfir.afaai r,,for : -. x 1
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, ...... *fEE 9.-..JH >l4PP.rpve<-i a swap.. .q.t.J e1a? ', e"_ ; altremufddMoiiday ; .. See the modern, automatic, ,
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Cattle Sates "

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I 'Are regularly :held l at the ,Glades Livestock 'Market

which is, ownejcl' ..khd operated 'by more. than '120 '
Florida Catt1 men. Now diaper. nan eva to ? j

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You'll enjoy. the ,excellent l service. you :receive ,here Bo : T
at this Market. We make an effort at all times to ...'Uwn to UM ft Inwfth celrbiiea '"

give an'outstanding service to buyer and'seller. Giveus flaiM-typt fuels I '

a The recent $10 million rate "

I .t l I I I "I'I'11 reduction (fourth major '? t
, price cut in 10 yean) makes
: 'EVERY MONDAY AT 1 p. m.. Sunshine Service Electricity

a better buy than ever before. 1 I IIfINAMNMMMNMuM

Glades Livestock Market .. #

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Medical School Is Pahokee 'Circles In Lon Wilson is a paUent at Ever
glades Memorial Hospital.

I I PERSONA NEWS NOTES I Nearer TALLAHASSEE U. Of So. Fla. Regular MeetingsThe her Mrs.home Leo following Wroten has several returned days to

medical of the
October meetings visit with her sister m Brunswick,
__u u school for the University of South circles of Methodist Womans Society
Harry Brooks Elarbee has returned ; :Mr. and Mrs. Earl Maxson and Florida at Tampa is nearer reality of Christian Service was held : Ga.Mr.. and Mrs. Frank O'Connell
to his home from several son Mike and Airs. Ollie Adams after the State Board of Control ss;aiatJy l at the home of mem i had as their weekend guests his
days in Jacksonville where he wasa were the dinner guests of Mr. and I' unanimously approved a $60,000 bers. The Vena Mae Schroder clr-'I sister and brother-in-law, Mr. and
business visitor. Airs. Steve Stevens in Clewiston, study plan. cle met at the home of Mrs. L L. I|!I I Mrs. Wylie Kitchens.
John Bacon of the United States Monday night. I USF President John S. Allen appeared ShIrley and voted to donate a copy:
Coast Guard stationed in Elizabeth Mr. and Mrs. Edward Mates of before the. Board of Control of the "Picture Book of the Bible" :i Mr. and Mrs. Robert B. Mackey
City. N. C., arrived Monday on an West Palm Beach were the recent and requested a "thorough and extensive which is beng! sold by WSCS as a i I have returned to their home fol-
emergency leave to be with hill guests of his sister and brother-in- study of feasibility" to determine fund raising project, to the pri-I|| lowing a six weeks stay at Columbia -
wife and new baby daughter. law, Mr. and Airs. Frank Rosen- the need for a medical mary department library of the' N. C.
Mrs. Calvin Britton left Sat burg. school at the Tampa institution. church s=hool. Mrs. Helen Jean Boynton Mrs.
urday for Hazard, Kentucky, to be Mr. and Airs. George Ramey had A' study team will be named *0 Mrs. Ralph O. Johnson presented Gcthle Friend and Mrs. June Rogers -
with her mother who has been as Sunday dinner guests, her brother begin work as soon as possib's. the program and Mrs. J. 1*. returned'Tuesday from sevsral
hospitalized following a stroke. and sister-in-law, Air. and Mrs. Private sources in HlIIsborough Uoynton, chairman presided. Mrs. days vacation in New York.
Mrs. Frank Cato returned Sun- Philo B. Williamson and her niece County will provide $:;O.OCO to finance L.V.. Armstrong was hostess to Mayor Duncan Padgett attended
day morning from South Carolin'a.where and nephew, Mr. and Airs. Kenneth the study team and ths tha- Simonson Lair Circle at her)I the greater West Palm Beach
she spent ,several days with Williamson and Kenny. I Board of Control will furnish a '
son I home with Mrs. H. J. Anderson, I Chamber of Commerce luncheon
her mother who is ill. matching $30,000. chairman, presiding. The program ,.[ Friday, October 23, at Wirtz Restaurant
Mr. and Mrs. ,Buford Justice of Miss Julia Kinard _- I was presented by Mrs. R. J. Schro I in Palm Beach at which
North Palm Beach were the weekend I BPW Club Dinner der. time announcement was made of
I guests of her parents, Mr. and Weds Buck CobbMiss . ... plans for a new southeast Florida
.Mrs. E. A. Tillman. Party Glades Park :Mr. and Mrs. Ron TerHarr werSunday J division of Southern Ball Telephone -
Mr. and Mrs. Claude Shirley returned Julia Ann Kinard becamethe visitors In Sanford. i Company.
to their home following a bride of Buck Cobb in a candle. The Pahokee Business and Pro-
vacation tour of North Carolina: light ceremony at the Church of fessional women's Club held a din-
and the Blue Ridge Parkway. God of Prophecy Saturday at 5 p ner party in the Community Building
Ambrose Harry has returned to m. The bride is the daughter of at _the Glades Park, Canal
his home in Lynette, Ala., following Mr. and Mrs. John. H. Kinard, 2509: Point as its first social event or JUDGE RUSSELL McINTOSHEXPRESSES
a visit with his cousins, Mr. East Main St. The groom is the son the fall seaso'n. Country Kitchenwas
and Mrs. Oliver H. Sheppard.Mr. of Mr. and Airs. Walter M. Cobb chosen as the theme for the
I and Mrs. Francis E. Pear Sr., of South Bay. party and Autum colors were featured '
son, Jr., have returned to their Rev. James D. Raley, uncle .>t in the decorations.
home in Calais:Maine, following a the bride, officiated as the couple Hostesses Mrs. Georgia Frick
visit with their daughter and son- stood before an altar decorated Mrs. Marjorie Phillips and Mrs.
in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Aryan Mayo with pink and white gladioli anti Marie Joiner wore poke bonnets!" SINCERE APPRECIATIONTO
and family. mums banked with' palms and and used early American table
Airman 3-c Michael Maxson has lighted with white tapers In decorations. The program was presented
reported for duty at McCoy Air branched candelabra.Mrs. by Mrs. Ila Mae Lamp! and ALL THOSE WHO WORKED AND
force base following a 20 day leave Shirley McCotter, cousin of related to the aims and objectivesof
spent with his parents, Mr. and the bride, was vocalist accompanied the BPW. Mrs. Lamp! was as- VOTED FOR HIS RE-ELECTION
Mrs. Earl Maxson. by Miss Alice Hurt, pianist. sisted by Mrs. Faye McDowell.
Mrs. Fred Boles spent this past I I Mrs. Graham Parham, sister of
,weekend In Savannah, Ga. She was the bride, as matron of honor worea -. - _u - - -- ---- -- -- - --- -- -- ----- ----..;. -
accompanied home by her son, Michael gown of pink lace over taffeta; .
Boles, who returned to Savannah designed with scalloped waist and

Wednesday.Rev. long scalloped sleeves. Her pink Add a Phone. Add Lot to
and Mrs. John Briley haveas nose veil was attached to a matching . a Living
their guests, her sister and head piece in the form of a pillbox '

brother-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Or- hat. She carried a cascade of Comfort around the clock. It's all yours when you add a handy bed-
ville, J. Winover of Baton Rouge, pink and white carnations.The .
\ La., where Mr. Winover is director gowns of Ila and Jean Kin room extension phone. Add comfort (and convenience) in other spots

or Ryan Airport. ard, sisters of the bride who served you live most. Kitchen. Workshop. Florida room. Just call
,\ Mrs. Ernest Maxwell has returned as bridesmaids, were identicalin your
to her home following a visit color and design to that of the Telephone Company,Business_ Office for details on colorful, econom-
with her parents in Savannah.Mrs. :\matron of honor. Donna Lynn ical extension phones.
Maxwell also attended a fashion Cobb, was flower girl. : ,
show in Atlanta Ga. The bride ,given in marriage by
Mr. and Mrs. James Latham returned her father, wore a floor length' 1 '
a to their home in Atlanta, gown of silk organza: over taffeta : 4ti
1 Ga., this weekend following a visit with re-embroidered lace appliqueson : -
with their parents, Mr. and Mr." the skirt. The fitted bodice of
J D. Latham and Mr. and Mrs. F.. lace was fashioned with a Sabrina
B. Gamble.Mr. neckline and long sleeves pointedat
and Mrs. Rupert Mock at the wrists. The full skirt caughtup
tended a National Bankers Con- with a bow in the back,. endedin
vention at the Fontainebleau Hotel a chapel train. The elbow lengthveil
In Miami: Bach: this past week. of silk Illusion fell from a
Mrs. Alma' Nail plans to return crown of lace, seed pearls and se-
to her home this weekend followin' quins. Her bouquet was of pink
:;: surgery at Good Samaritan and white carnations centered witha :
Hospital In West Palm Beach. white orchid. -- '
. Mrs. Earl Maxson chairman ofth Walter M. Cobb, Jr., served as 4j ;, .r LI
v ) newly formed Hospital Auxiliary his brother's ,bast man. Ralph Mc-
and Mrs. Ed Jensen attended Cotter, cousin of the bride and t:
'. the State) Hospital Auxiliary Sonny Tankersley were 'ushers. : r : : ,
i\convention in Clearwater this Following their wedding trip, : : :
Mr. Mrs. : .: :::.
week. and Cobb will make their : '
t ,. Mrs. Rachel :Harrington spent home at NW 1st Ave., South Bay. :::<,:
j this past weekend as the guest of S "
her daughter and family, Mr. and )"
Mrs. Miss Naomi Elliott .. I
', Kenneth ,Cooksey, in Moni ''' '''
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tlcello.Mrs. Frank O'Connell has re. I Weds G. C- Sanders -

"' -., I turned to her home following surgery ,-
Miss Naomi C. Elliott became '
.t< Friday at St. Mary's Hospital
the bride of Pfc. San-
in West Gary Cooper
Palm Beach.
,. Airs. Sadie Barwick returned to ders, Jr., in a simple ceremony _____ / ,
: ber home in Miami after spending held at the home of the groom's *
parents Mr. and Mrs. G. C. Sanders (
:' this weekend
past as the guest of
I ?.her sister and family, Mr. and Mrs. 387 Banyan Ave., Wednesday ; )
:Rupert Mock. at 6 p. m.
: Air. and Mrs. Harold Elder and I I The bride is the daughter of Mr.
\ daughter, Cindy of Jacksonville and Mrs. William H. Elliott 297 7I J
.and Air. and Mrs. Bobby Bush and E. 4th St. Rev. Jonathan Wolfe, ::
.; .daughter, Gina, of Ft. Myers visit pastor of the Glades Baptist Church -
ed Mrs. Arthur Bush and Mr. and officiated.The .
Mrs. Jack Bush over thA weekend. bride, given in marriage by
Mrs. Pearl'Thornton of West her father, wore a white brocade
Palm Beach has returned to her sheath with matching over jacket
home after being the guest of Mrs.Adaline and white accessories. Her shoulder .
Stuckey. length veil of white tulle was Jf\N -
I Mr. and Mrs. Robert Arrieta I attached to a matching headpiece ; ',
. have as their guests his sister Miss I In the form of a pillbox hat. Her J'J
Carmen Arrieta of Bayamon I only attendant was Miss Joan Mc-
Puerto Rico. Kinstry. '

Mr. and Mrs. Don McKinnon of' Glover Riley Deas Jr., was Mr.
Sanders' best man. Mrs. Jonathan
Miami the
were weekend guests of
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Wolfe was vocalist. A reception
: Strayer.Mrs. followed the ceremony at the homo
of Mr. and Mrs. Sanders.
sJ O. H. Sheppard left Wednesday ,:, _
I .. ;\ for LaGrange, Ga., to be - -
'I .ud; . with her mother who is to undergo TAYOR CIRCLE MEETING
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i surgery this week. The Alberta Taylor circle of the
, :,. .,. J. Mr. and Mrs. James W. Vann Canal Point Baptist Church will
' .- : : have returned from Clinton, N. C., meet at the home of Mrs. Raymond -
<'7' where., they visited his mother. Martin, November 9.CLASSIFIED .
', Mrs. George Wilson who. Is a patient I _ 4$1 Southern Bell I
at Sampson Memorial Hos ADS IN THESE
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Six The Everglades New Canal Point,Florida 33438 Friday November 6, 1964

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Halloween Event }, :Boe's. Electric.,

I I 11 News Of The Churches II Complete Success Ralph the Winners merchants Duran of,the R.were prizes T. Smith as donated,follows Gladys by:

Amerson, Mrs. Don McKinnon,

'" Canal Pt. School Ralph Duran, Louis Perez, Mrs.
Harold Lang, Alton Jones, Jimmy
The Methodist Church South Side Church Canal Point Moore, Jerry Pugh, Stanley Hooks,

Point :The Canal: Pqint schopl;! auditor-! M r:ha Jte< 0CChrist
Canal FloridaJames Church
; lum and"school grounds were"1 the John Cohich"terry; Posten, Alicia

3ele| Glade J across )'inmRowung 'Lawrence-Stewart, PastorSUNpAy scene! of spooks and goblins ,last ,Martinez.
W. Pastor
Baugher, Saturday night as they paraded in .e.Meeting
Alley' on Rd. &o :

SUNDAY 9:45: a.: .-Sunday School. .0:00: a. IP'-Bible Study p6 p.. m--Sunday!; Schppi. : celebrating inality was Halloween.shown in the Much costumes orig- : Hours Set
'lOO a. m.-Sermon .- Worship,
1J.:00 a. m. Morning
11:00: a. m.-Morning Worship and Pahokee Circles
worn by ,the youngsters By
6:30: p. m--Evening Service '6:3.0:; p. m.'-Tracing ,p lon I
6:00: m.-Evening Worship dollars *
p. half
bright, shiny Kennedy
6:30: p. m.-Wed. Bible Study 7Bp; p. .-Evening Worship !
TUESDAY aa. .. WEDNESDAY: were awarded ,to four Winners in The following W. M. U. circles of

8:00: p. m.-Woman's Society St. Mary's Catholic 7:30 p. m.-Prayer Meeting each of !seven age groups after the Pahokee First Baptist Church
1st TuesdayWEDNESDAY they had paraded across the auditorium -
will Tuesday: Betty Mills at
: Church -- -- stage before four judges.
7:30: p. m.-Prayer Meeting. Mr. and Mrs. R. .T. Smith and Dr. I I the home of Mrs. Lee Shlrlev, 9:30:
. First Baptist
and Mrs. Leo Hebert acted as a. m.; Lottie Moon at the home of
First Methodist Father Francis Fennech, 'Pastor Church, Canal PointElder i judges.In Mrs. J. C. Mock, 3:00: p. m.; Grace
Sunday Mass 11:30: a. m.
the pre-school groyp the following Jernigan, at the home of Mrs.
Confessions before Mass
Church, PahokeeJohn -. Lester Reams were jvjjiners' : Prettiest- Mary Hammond, 8:00: p. m.; Faye
$SUNDAY: Theresa Rodrjguez, most original Taylor, at the home of Mrs. Annette -
A. Bniey. Pastor Chur h ,Of God, 9:45 a. JD.-Sunday,School -Jeanette J McKinley, funniest McCurdy at 8:00: p. m.

SUNDAY: 'Barf ield HighwayPahokee 11:00 ,s.. m.-Morning Worship Michael Martin, ,moat, appropriate -- .
9:45: a. m.-Church School fl3O; p. m.-B. !'J'. C. Tommy Bunnell. First grade: Pret- Mrs. Mamie Pugh is a patient at
11:00: a. .-Morning Worship I ,- ,7:3O p. m.-Evening Worship. tiest-Debra 'Eaton, most original Everglades Memorial Hospital.
O:45 .-MYF Fla. funniest -I
p. TUJ8JQD/L.YS) : -Margie Halyerson
7:45: p. m.-Evening Worship J. W. Hughes, Minister 7:30p. m.-Choir practice. Carlos Rodriguez' most appropriate -
TUESDAY Phone 924.3730 WEDNESDAY' Kinsaul. Second
: : Deborah
7:00 p. m.-Vesper Choir prac SUNDAY: 7:30 p. m.-Midweek! Prayer grade: prettiest .Maria Perez, Classified Ads
LiceWEDNESDAY 9:45: a. m.--Sunday School Service, most original Jana,Gifford, fun-
: 11:00 a. m.-Morning Worship THURSDAY:-Every other 'week'' niest John Eaton, most appro-
I 7:45 p. m.-Mid-week devotions 7:30 p. Evangelistic Ser 7:30: p. m.Ladles Auxiliary priate Laurel Tarr. I POSITIVELY all want ads or
viceTUESDAY Meeting. J classifieds, as you wish to call
Prettiest Renee I
Third -
: I them, are payable in advance from
8:30: p. m.-Senlor Choir prac- Lamar
most original -
7:30 p. m.-.Prayer Service his day forward. Don't phone 'em.
tice The Church Of God Debbie Bottler, I
Hooks, funniest -
11; THURSDAY: Write it and drop a dollar bill in
\'" 7:30 p. m.-Youth for Christ Of Prophecy PahokeeCanal most appropriate = Maria Duran. the envelop if you want it run
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First Fourth grade: Prettiest Jana
BaptistChurch Service Point Road once. $2 if you want it run twice
V Maxson, most original -
I and so on.
Pahokee Gifford, funniest Barbara Cline, :
John H. Kinard, pastor -
most appropriate Bill Blackwell. FOR SALE New and Used
: Willys
Guthrie W. Colvard. Pastor The Pahokee ChurchOf 10:00: a. m.-Sunday School
Fifth grade: Prettiest Karen Walter Garagein
Jeeps. Ashley's
SUNDAY: 11:00: a. m.-Preaching Service
The ,NazareneRev. 7:45: Evangelistic Service Hooks, most original Arthur Belle Glade, Phone 63058.
"t':45: a. m.-Sunday School
funniest Joe Kent
Perry Oct. 1754ch.WZJAT"B .
11:00: a. m.-Morning: Worship' .''Willard Kllpatrick 8:00 p. m. Tuesday-V.L.B. most appropriate Nathan' Nor-
6:00: m.-Evening Worship 8::OO p. m. Thursday-W.M.B.
p. 433 Bacom Point Rd. ton. Sixth grade: Prettiest Ter- : IN THE ATTIC that you
I, 6:45: p. m.-Training UnionWEDNESDAY Phone 924-7628 P. O. Box 882 Everyone welcome. Special music ryl Echols, most original Wan- don't need? A $1.00 classified adn

: SUNDAY SERVICES': and singing. da Hitchcock, funniest Larry this column will probably find

.' 7:30: p. m.-Prayer. Service 9:45 a. m.Sunday; School Posten, most appropriate Dianne you a sale. Just writer your ad, en-
11:00; a. m.- -'Sunday Worship I I Blackwell. close a dollar and we'll do the rest.

Glades Baptist ChurchRev. 6:30 p. m.-Juniors The school ground was filled The Everglades News, Canal Point,

7:00 p. .-Sunday Evening with fine entertainment booths for Fla.

( Jonathan L. Wolf) Evangelistic Service the many folks who attended the ROOMS FOR RENT: Weekly or

yO Meets in Pahokee Lions,Club WEDNESDAY, -: carnival. A cake booth, dart booth, monthly Call 924-5681 or 924-
I Building. 7:30 p. m. Midweek Prayer BIRTHS country store, pop corn stand, hay- 3331. Lucky Star Dude Ranch, N.

SUNDAY.SCHOOL 9:45 a. m. meeting. ride and several others includinga of Canal Point on U. S. 441.
PREACHING-11:00: a., m. and "Where you are, a. stranger. but fish pond garnered several dimes Oct. 9-tf-ch
,;'", 7:30: p. m. once.:. 'Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Ray Fletcher for the PTA treasury. Folks in at-

VV V SUNDAY B. Y. F.6::30 p. m. -. ,.. of Clewiston, announce, the birthof tendance-had high praise for the SEPTIC TANK PUMPING AND
.. WED. PRAYER-7:30: p. m. V daughter, Debra Kay,*, born splendid food ,they were served 'in ,REPAIR Service in Clewiston,
'. "J' <-- e Holy Nativity #" October. \26. the cafeteria before and after the South Bay, Belle Glade, Pahokee

I F : Church Of, ChristI Episcopal Church v Mr.Belle and:'e lade Mrs., announce James Kent,the Keeneof birth parade Merchants: : in Pahokee and Canal I Glades and Canal for 20 Point.years. Serving Phone 924-the

( PahokeeRev. lot a daughter Anna Marie, 'born Point were more than cooperativein 5626. H. L. Pitts, old Belle Glade
I 125 N. W. Avenue D Nov. 1.Mr. '
donating:' merchandise for the road. St. Oct. 16ch.tfFOR
: Phone WY 6-3867 L. Leasing, Vicar .V and Mrs. Chester Andrewsof out
door prizes which were given
; Belle Glade Fla. SUNDAY: Belle: Glade announce the birthof I SALE: An odd lot of doors
at the end of the program. Mer-
: ',- 1 : SUNDAY SERVICES 10 a. m.-Sunday School ; of son, Chester Jr., born Nov. 1. chants who assisted the PTA in, windows. Excellent to repair

10OO: a. m.-Bible Study 11:00 a. m.-Worship Service ; making the .carnival a success quarters. Call at The Everglades

1 11:00: a. m.-Morning Worship I APPRECIATIONI were: Sears Hardware, Canal News office in Canal Point. The
7:30: p. m.-Evening Worship I biggest bargain ever saw for
wish to thank my friends for Point Dry Goods, Canal Point
t WEDNESDAY Baptist WMU Plans
::.:" their many calls, cards, flowers Pharmacy, Long's Barber Shop, $4.00.
\I # 7:30 p. m.'-.Bible- Study I For Mission Book and especially their' prayers during Royal's, Sears Texaco Station, Capal FOR SALE: Maytag Gas family

." my recent stay in the hospital. Point Standard Oil Station orig-
.I size Stpye,.practically new
i 'r St. Peter's .Lutheran I i Following an ...executive MIi d ,*****..7'helm.Cq rson.P I Rasfoley t ,Pry gleaners{ ,}, n.driX.. anally priced '298, $100 cash. Call
,,, tt .. - 4 A>dvirare, !$er nan's Ra lIo and: '
Church Be4Je iade ,meeting, .Canal ,PQ nt I9ti < : ft? :-Tffflp.jr/T.: Platt.
[ ; WMU"met at the 'church Monday Seth Roberts> has returned to hid Electric, -Bol ton's RexallDrug I ;

) August Koerber, Pastor night with Mrs. R. 'T. Smith pre- home after several weeks stay in Store, Parrish'Jewelry Store, Pa- FOR RENT: Office Space Call
hokee Flower Shop, Pahokee Pre- Pahokee 924-2131. Itp
601 W. Lake Rd., Belle Glade' siding. Mrs. J. D. Latham presented Everglades hospital.
SUNDAY the program on the World Dayof
: Prayerand -T: "''' ....__ ,._ _._'. .r-" ._. _.t .__-.. .:'._ . r.-
Divine' Services 11 A. M. vwasasqiated ,byj - -.s..r r_ 0'" ,r .. .T __ _
\ School 9:45 A. M. Mrs. Charles,Maxson, ,Mrs. J. L.
M ,Call and iMr s.:J.:'Atkins.& j j .;

In the business meeting, plans a.
I Van WSCS Will Offer I were made for the preparation of

: Christmas Cards i I .Thanksgiving J! ."..s" o lne,,Baske.ts"t6 : ;:
: 'be 'given to shut-ins; Plans were
: '., .1".I' concluded the ,
: The WSCS of the Pahokee First covered dish sup-, "
V 4t' Methodist Church met in the per and book study of"the mission! '
book '{Frontiers ,of 'Advance" .tobe
., Chapel Monday night at 8 p. m.
''; with Mrs. J. L. Reeves, president: ner.presented Associational by, Mrs.'.!Mission,, ,rAe Study Dan-, t. r
v Y presiding. A prayer chain list was
i ', given to each member present by Chairman.Jori4a. ,I

I .v .P' Mrs. Beula Boe, Spiritual Life-.Cul-, ,. - '.,
"'::1>.. tivation Chairman. HasGainedalf 11 Everglade Federal: the place -to earn high dividend
, 'J. Mrs. R. F. Hurt reported ,that,34

. I 1.',, people attended the World Day of 'Million'V otersTALLAHASSEESecretary ''H ,on your savings. ;Drop.'by'today at'our Pahokee office or

Prayer and Self Denial observance ,
'M Ii: day at,the church. According to an : of' i at the Home office,atTBelle Glade and let us show you how ;

; ', announcement by Mrs. John Hat- State tom Adams says :.Florid: \,
t: ton, the WSCS will sponsor a Stanley -" has gained nearly a 'half million easy .Jt is to systematically V
party on November 17' in ,the ,voters .since the last ,presidential D' / t
fellowship hall beginning at 8 a m. election for a record registration of .41 :C'fsave a certain amount for that
' and ending at 6 p. m. 2,500,466.Of m .
\. Vj rainy day. ;
I' The voted clothing
: group to bring the total 2.O08.762 are Dem
i ., and toilet articles to their
j ,,:" ocrats and 458,156 are Republicans. -
circle meetings for ,migrant child There are also 33,348 Inde-
ren. It was announced that,orders pendents. 'These -figures represent Ii

,, are now being taken for Christmas a 35.4 per cent increase in GOP 'FEDERALSavings
cards by Mrs. Thor Hatton. Following ,registrations while Democratic

t c T I-, \" a devotional given by Mrs. registrations jumped 21.3per cent. And Loan Association '
:Boe Mrs. John Hatton presented ; _

.. I wish to thank my many friend,' : !cRahokee Belle Glade

Mrs LaWayne Rawles of Or- for their cards flowers and pray-
Let Your Money Earn 4Vfc% Payable
I ando was the recent guest of herster ers during my recent stay in the i I Semi-Annually

..aiyl prqJier-1A-law, Mr. and. hospital.Mrs. . . ,
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The Treasury explains why the new ones you. buy and the ones

you'own now are better than everQ

:.How does the new 3%% interest rate benefit me? check every six months for the life of the Bond.
A: With Series E Bonds the rate turns $18.75 into You buy E Bonds at 75% of face value and the
$25.00 fourteen month faster than the old rate. interest+ accumulates to maturity. H Bonds provide
Your savingsincrease faster, because your Bonds income for living future. while E'Bonds build a
mature in just 7 years, 9 months. neat-egg for. the Tba '. why many retired i
Series people(:hold H Bonds and fainiliiI's saving for, say, a
With H Bonds the
10-year maturity period : education, buy E Bonds. .
stays the,same but'more interest is paid you each w .,'.
six months.With both E'and H Bonds the-new.rate Q:In what denominations an I buy series B and series '

works out to.' 1'for.tbe1lntyear'ADd..baIf.then H Bonds .. '.
a guaranteed 4% At E Bond: $:II ( $18.'l ty ,( &&
Q:When did the new rate became effective? 11 (ciost .to}. 1 ( COBl7 Il
A: June, 1959. 1 .A). "-
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0*Does the new rate change the Beads I bought fee- H Bonos:= $500, $1. 00, $ ,000 and 10000. They ". '

fore June 1, 1959 .. are'priced at face value.: '.. ...;. 'I'I i ,
_I id All.older: E and H' :Bonds pay more now-an extra .How.safe ace U.S. Savings, Bonds? .
A% from now on,when. held'to maturity.The increase '':
; takes effect in the ftrst: full'mtsed period As JaiviBonds: are an absolutely I'IekI.way te
afterJ'uneL save. The United States Government -.
thefash value of your Bonds. will not drop, that It :I.
Q Will; the Bond I their I -\u '
: awn automatically;: earn new can only grow.fe .

rate? What if say Bono's should ... lost stolen oe .... 'rfj'<''' '
** Yes. You don't;need to do*tain*-just hold on t. stroyed?

your Bonds. As You CQ.'t lose. Every' Bond purchased. Is recorded' '. .,i.: "
B Bonds mature, will they keep ect ....
WhenjM' by the Treasury; If anytib&ig happens to' you. ",
'., t ing interest? gonde they Are=replaced +M. If .' ; ,

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Page. Eight The Everglades News. Canal Point Florida 33438 Friday November 6, 1964

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Navy Recruiter To Miss Hester Schultz MRS. ZIMMERMAN LEAVESMrs.
John Zimmerman and child-
Use Old ScheduleSenior Weds Douglas HoodFaith ,ren left Sunday for Piqua Ohio.,
.f where they will visit her parents,.
; sf Chief Engineman, James Hester Schultz, daughterof Mr. and :Mrs. G. A. Hay, until Nov.
McCain, Recruiter in Charge of the Mr. and Mrs. Earl Schultz and 15, when they will fly to Vientiane .
4, b local Navy Recruiting Branch Station Douglas Hood, son of :Mrs. Helen Laos, to join Mr. Zimmermanand
in West Palm Beach, Florida, Watson of Belle Glade, were mar- make their home. Mr. Zimmerman -
announced that the Navy had discontinued ried in a simple ceremony held on is a 'pilot for Air Asia Com-
the use of the Navy Mo- the patio at the home of Mr. and pany., Ltd.
bile' Recruiting Vehicle in the Mrs. Frank W. Mueller, 123 Flame .
Glades area, as of 1 November Ave., Pahokee, Oct. 24, at 4 p. m. Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Stuckey
7I 064.. Rev. Sidney McLoud of Belle Glade moved from their home on Fourth
Chief :McCain stated that the officiated.. street to their newly purchased
Navy will revert to the previous The bride, wearing a deep pink home in West Palm Beach last
schedule. The previous schedule isas sheath dress of crepe with white week.
follows; On the first Monday accessories, and carrying a cascade
of each month a Navy recruiter bouquet of white carnations,

will be at the Post Offic in Paho- was given in marriage by herfath-, IAYJ..lM"'VV: I"'VWI I ''A I II 1ii
kee from 9:30 a. m. to 12:00: noon .. er. Her only attendant was Miss
and at the Post Office in Belle Joann Reynolds.
Glade from 1:00. : p. m. to 3:30: p. an. I Gary Lynn was Mr. Hood's best
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NEW DAUGHTER man.Mrs.. Mueller was hostess at a FLA.

Mr. and Mrs. John S. Bacon of reception at her home followingthe ----
Canal Point, announce the birth of: ceremony. She ''was assistedby
a daughter, Cynthia Denise, born I her daughter Miss Ayliffe Mu- SUNDAY, MONDAY, TUESDAY
November 1. Maternal grandparents -, eller, Miss Cheryl Pierce and Miss NOVEMBER 8-9-1O
are Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Johnson Nancy Rashley.
Canal Point. Paternal grand- Out of town guests were Mrs.
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Gene Bacon, Lawayne Rawles of Orlando, Miss DAWN"
Belle Glade. Linda Hood and Mrs. Gary Lynnof

Miss Yvonne Thompson has returned - SUSANNAH YORKIN
to her studies at Stetson Mr. and Mrs. O. B. McClure returned
University following a weekend to their home Saturday following -
visit with her parents, Mr. and I several months spent in
\ Mrs. Joe Thompson. Colorado Springs and Oklahoma. J I"'V.IA -V..IIA.V I'UII I"'WIA.Y.I"-\.8I"-V..lI"-V.JI

I i Governor-Elect and Mrs. Ifaydon Burns of Jacksonville .

Come January, 1965, the couple shown above will occupy the Govern-
i . or's Mansion in Tallahassee following swearing-in ceremonies to beheld
i j at the State Capitol. Governor Burns waged an aggresive campaign Nothing gets around like a goblin withCHEVRON
If. against tough opposition to win the gubernatorial position by a
,' -' decisive vote.
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I ::r').:.i' ( THEY .

':'4; FARM: I

,x FRONT .

.: :.' .the LIVELIER !
"BY' DOYLE CONNER .. gasolines

'. flit
; Gay occasions call for these new and .
1 :: } Florida growers and ranchers method of packaging so importantthat .
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modern motor fuels, so right for Dixie'spulsing
f : ,L who are hopeful they can find new they delayed introducing instant .
I .+{ markets abroad will be' interested sweet potatoflakes until a ::.. ./r!::: pace today., Choose from 3 "
: \
,i.t in prospects for a new plan to I suitable four-to-six serving pouch q:pgreat Chevron gasolines. Each packed
I stimulate U. S. exports. could be developed. '..... with livelier performance long-running '
Reported in the November issue ,However, when USDA's Economic "1
I' of the Florida Journal of Com I Research Service conducted J t' Besides, in Chevron and Chevron Supreme you

merce is a proposal for a 30 per a pilot marketing test, house- ;,.u.. get Methyl, the different antiknock compound
'; cent tax credit on export profits, wives bought the new product that helps develop all the power built into your
e said to be "in the mill" up in more readily' in glass jars.
( : Washington. Glass jars outsold cans and the .\ car. Stop at Standard. Go lively with Chevron!

'. Revealed recently by a Department pouch-inbox during a six-week test .' ..
.a ,\ ." of Commerce official, the in a Baltimore .supermarket. './jJ .
;: ,,': to be Researchers attributed 'this: unexpected := I
gaining .
proposal appears
fit ir? ?- W take better cara of your car
widespread support among preference to the fact
.j.J.;, .? merce department officials,COlD-I customers could actually see the- I I .J
". ,r. among members of Congress unfamiliar new food and because ,1* i. STANDARDTrodmork
,,.It' Administration and industry glass' jars can always be used to ,. ; pn'' *>.' .
. general. "If adopted by the new store other foods. .',n '"(' ,
';.' Congress," the Journal reports, . '.r!, 1$. .
the tax credit plan would offer A bumper U. S. apple crop this .iI "
the strongest inducement yet for year estimated by USDA at near-
more American firms to enter ex- ly 146-million bushels, is provid- I'ot.
port trade, and to encourage pres- ing our Southeastern food stores
ent exporters to expand their'operations with abundant supplies of fresh .
for beyond any current efforts. I apples.
.. ." i Looking over official statistics
:Only recently has American business 1 I for 'a number of years I find that 1I .4.
'. been prodded' to go looking l I this year's' crop ,is the largest on
for more business abroad., I recall record since 1900-51. The previous

.. .:.-!'. comments from Washington that high' was 127.5 million bushels. In .,' J
it looked like a lot of manufacturers the 1908-09 season. .
\ ... have been dragging their feet, However apple production has
',' either satisfied with the business been increasing throughout the i'TE1IyA'k .
.1. they are doing i in the prosperous world. Total world' 'output last sea :
U. S. market, or unaware of the son ((1963.64)) is estimated at
big opportunities for selling their nearly 629 million bushels.
I products in many foreign coun- Output in the six member nations -
tries. of the Common Market ,in
'' In the past three years there has Europe is nearly'four times greater \ : 4t1 aa1 aa\\
r; been a 27 per cent increase in U. than the prewar figure. Amongthe
8. exports and 4,000 new :export- six, Italy's production has .. '
Af(::: era have come into the field. Total: soared from nearly 13 million 1
t :{ ''/ number of U. S. export firms has period to more than 107 million 4 ,
climbed to 16,000. bushels last season. 1
,.- . . I Total output for all of Europe a ay
t ,\ :::11- Food manufacturers have to give last season was 364.3 million bush-

1 .} close attention to every detail of els compared with 246.2 million in .1'! } ::
", their planning for the introduction 1900-51. In the Southern Hemisphere -
of new products. I where apples are grown in
The product itself may be something commercial volume (Argentina,
.4 consumers want. But a manufacturer Australia Chile South Africa and % ,. 'I .
.:' may miss the boat by New Zealand) total production t\I: .. I
+ failing to package it in a mannerto climbed from 25 million bushels in :
develop a high degree of consumer 1950-51 to nearly 44 million in / -
s preference. 1963-64.
Instant sweetpotato flakes are Japan and Turkey have more
"CHEVRON". "METHYL", and CHEVRON deaion. ; .
; an example. Similar new products, than doubled' their production in
.. like instant white potatoes or instant the past 14 years.
chopped onions, have been M. I. KEEN Agent
. successfully marketed in foil I Mrs. Jessie Hughes returned to ,
t pouches contained in paper boxes. her home in Bryant Tuesday from .
'' this : Canal Point Florida .
.. ,Hftnufacturer. thought Everglades Memorial Hospital. ,


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