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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: March 19, 1965
Publication Date: -1967
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
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 )
 Notes
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).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
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Succeeded by: Glades observer
Succeeded by: Everglades observer

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March 19, 1965 PUBLISHED WEEKLY IN CANAL POINT BY PAUL RARDIN



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Saturday Last Day Val Honorary Gabaldon Group NamedTo Celery i $3.50-$3.75, George Council Tucker CandidateGeorge Is Homecoming, 30th


To Purchase Tags Corn $4.00 While Tucker Anniversary For
Valentine (Val) Gabaldon was incumbent co'n.cllman

Without PenaltyTomorrowSaturday the selected national to become honorary a member society for of Beans Bring $4.50 run for in Pahokee reelection, has in Group qualifiedto 2. Canal Pt. BaptistsAll

political science majors, Pi Sigmi He will be opposed by Mrs. Patsy
The for Wroten who also qualified in
Alpha. requirements membership -
March 20 are to have at least a Scarcity of vegetables sure Group 2, R. F. Hurt has qualified to plans have been completedfor
-la the last day to purchase auto- "B" average for all work attempted shoots the price sky high in the : run in Group 1 for the teat now the Thirtieth Anniversary and

mobile tags without a penalty, according at the university and a "B" In I Lake Okeechobee Region farmingarea. .held by Karl Mindltn. Mr Mlndlln Homecoming at the Canal Point
to official in charge of the subject area of Political Sci I That is the case this week 'has not signified his intention to Baptist church this Sunday,
tag sales at the Glades Office I when there is little corn to be seek reelection. March 21, according to the pastor

Building. Governor Burns has not ence.The student must also be cited ,. harvested with the most of It Safety Director Guy Wood has Rev. Lawrence Stewart. Duringthe

signified any intention of extend- by a professor as having done outstanding coming from the east coast. How- qualified to run for Chief of 'Po- afternoon a special service wilt
ing the tag deadline beyond March work in a particular area ever, the corn price Is sticking lice. be held at which time the newly,
around $..00 with some going as L. constructed Education Building
20th.Mrs. of political science.Special .
Edwina Young a deputy of .. .. high as $4.23. will be dedicated.Of .
Tax Collector Stetson O. Sproul The market Is steady on celery Next Thursday Set all the pastors who have

and in charge of the Glades Office! Program with the price holding at $360 to served the church, the majoritywill

Building office for Mr. Sproul,I 1 1I $3.75 during the past ten days. For Band Contest be in attendance for the day's
pointed out that this year's sales Beans with a fair demand have special program and festivities.The .
Miss AdamsMiss
are far beyond last year. Through I Honor been bringing top prices with the first supply pastor, Rev. C.
March 16 there has been a total of i supply scarce and the price Thj annual District' 8 contest inspection B. Jones passed away several years

7,857 tags sold as compared with Lee Adams, Florid I II around $3M to $4.00 for Harvest for the 02-plece Pahokee ago. On: of the first pastors of the
6,632 last year. '! Grand Mary -' ers. The very best sold this week High School Band, Concert and church, Rev. F. C. Bloach, will not
Assembly's' grand
Title business has been unusually -I I t to the State of representative North i iI for $4.50 to $ .OO. sight leading performances only, be able to attend. Others to be
this Mrs. said. The supply of pepper and cucumbers will be held in the high school auditorium -
good year, Young I Carolina, Order of Rainbow for here are: Rev. S. B, Jordan, Sr.,
To date this the office force was insufficient to war- Thursday, March 25,
year ,I Girls, was honored by members of Rev. J. R. U Uer, Rev. Don J.
has 1,088 titles compared I rant a price quote.Mounts starting at 10 a. m. ,
processed as Pinson; Rev. C. J. Smyly, Rev. Joe
I Pahokee Assembly 16 at the regular I .. .. The judges will be Otto Kras-
with 801 last This '
year. I I meeting held in the Masonic : Clements and Rev. Charles D.
shows an increase of 287 titles. han, former director of Lako Stewart. t>r. B. Elmo Scoggin will
I Temple Monday night with Worthy -i To Retire
Wales and Miami Senior High
The tag office will be tomorrow
open Advisor Elizabeth Gist not able to attend the day's
Saturday until five presiding. I School Bands now serving con-I meeting, It was pointed out by
o'clock for the late comers to 'purchase Miss After 35 Years rector of bands at the University church officials,
In the. special program for : .
said. of Miami; Dr. Gale Sperry. director
their Mrs.
tags Young
A has been
I Adams,entitled "Around the State ] special program pre
The law does not call for the office of bands a the University;
officer pared for the day's services and it
in Rainbow Love, each i
r to be/ Saturday It.Is just another ,J doing one of South Florida, Tampa; and
open now thingwdh-ttaa.the shows. the growth of the church"
presented the honoree with a *, record set
Paul Qua director*of the StV '
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of the little extra servic
during the 80 its exist
of
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title
en A ; with'the same
song asj I ,by" Matvin Umphrey Mounts ring High School Band.
that Mr. Sproul and hia'coworkaera *
The church has from
the program, was sung to, her by known as ''Red to his thousands offriendsas The PUS Band, competing in ence grown
offer the taxpayers of the its original membership of 01 to
the Misses Pam and Ralena TJrs- I
he leaves the office of Class CC, must receive a lIuperlorratl11'
county. the present day number of 379, The
rye county agent in Palm Beach coun
in both concert and sight
... -It 16 Sunday School started with 75 and
was reported Assembly
1. He his
tyon April presented reading phases of the district con-
cleared $208.00 through its sponsorship resignation at the county com-I test In order to be eligible to par-, today it has an.enrollment. of 222.
Four PHS
Players of the recent oldfashionedbox mission meeting the first of the ticipate in the State Band Contest

supper, with thanks going to week and it was accepted with regret -: (southern division), at Miami, Bryant Mill Will
Win Band RatingsMiss everyone who helped in any to by all members. May 68. It was awarded a second-
make the project such a wonder Robert Prior of Broward county place, excellent rating in the
ful and enjoyable success. i will succeed Mr. Mounts as head of I marching phase of the District 8 Grind Out TuesdayThe

Faye Harris, piano soloist, Plans! were made, to conduct a the county agricultural department contest last November. ,
and a flute trio, composed, of the study session on four proficiency in Palm Beah county which A cordial invitation is extended
Misses Ginger Willis, Kathy Boynton teats, followed by a slumber party, has a full'staff of workers and a to the public by Bandmaster Bryant mill of the United
and Tammy Branch, received at the home of Mrs. Ray Ursry Jn handsome building in which to Lamp! to hear the contest per- States' Sugar Corporation will
first-place, superior ratings at the Canal Point, Friday night Mar. 26. work the Mounts Building on formances by the band in the close down next Tuesday, March
District 8 contests for soloist and Introduced as a guest of honor Military TraiL auditorium Thursday morning, 23, after completing another sea
t was Mrs. Hortense Vann of Clew- son which started last October. No
not
ensembles of the Pahokee High Mounts' retirement does March 25.Garden.
School Band held in the Band iston, district grand deputy, who take effect until April 15, but he I official figures have been releasedby
was accompanied to the meetingby week leave of absence the sugar company in regard to
building Tuesday at 1:30: p. m. will begin a two ,
The superior ratings make them Mr. Vann.Cookie . I on the first. When he leaves Club Has I the number of tons processed dur-

, eligible to participate in the State office, he will have served, by hi. ing the grinding season.
Contest* (southern division), Sales For own count, "39 years, seven months Tuesday MeetingThe ] The freeze this season was one
of the most suffered
which ,will be held at the Miami and 15 days." He was assistant damaging
Edison High School in Miami, May agent for nearly five years by cane grown by the sugar com
678. Girl Scout Troop before getting the top Job. Pahok Garden Club met pany during ''the put. twenty-odi
" T ,Tuesday at the Everglades Federal )rear*. Official records have not
Maj. J. B._O'Neal of Fort Pierce, The position of county agent
, il former, director of the Dan Mc-. started in 1010, and Palm Beach Savings and Loan) community been made available to substan-
: Carty High School Bond served' Pahokee Senior Girl Scout Troop County had four of ,them before room. Mrs. Jess Elliott explained ute the story but old timers In
.
f. as judge; 38 went bowling at last week's Mounts took over in 1929. He has the plans for landscaping the hospital the cane growing business?'say
Mrs. Alfred J. Butler that damage this season to U8SC
grounds.
held the
meeting, and plan are being Job, longer than. anyoneIn
of the state. District 10 director, was the crops was the worst since 1941.
county
\. Pick it Leaves made for a cookout at Paul Rardin Mounts any came to Palm Beach speaker. She announced that the The Clewiston mill will grind
J.J T. Park at the next Monday, out .
meeting next
County Sept. I, 192:5. That was he National Corsage Club will meeton Wednesday, March 24.Insurance
i March 22, starting at 5 p. m. middle of the Florida boom, but March 31 at Boynton Beach. mum -
For West Germany Susan Todd was recently elected the largest farm' in the county This will be the first meeting of Rates
troop reporter. Members of Troop measured 40 acres, and the the club on the Florida East Coast
-- 38 in the annual Mrs. who \1.1I national
are participating agent's office was a two- ao or Butler president
l Mrs. John T. Pickett had ash Girl Scout cookie sales. Anyone ganization. of the National Corsage Topic For RotesCharles

, guests Sunday her son and daughter desiring a box of these delicious Mounts lives in West Palm Association told the group that -
-In-law, Mr. and Mrs. John T. cookies mint, peanut butter or Beach with his wife. His son, Marvin instructors from various parts of
Pickett, Jr., and daughters, Cindy assorted flavors is asked to Jr.> is county solicitor. the ,state will take part In the I Watson of Miami Beach,
Donna Lynn Elizabeth and contact any member of the troopor '1' meeting. Members of the Pahokee agent for the U. S. Fidelity and
Linda, of Fort Myers; also her troop leaden, Mrs. E. C. John Garden club that are planing to Guaranty Company, was guest
Choirs Practice For
daughter Miss Bette Pickett of I son and Mrs. J. T. Boynton. Thereare leave Saturday via a chartered bus speaker at the Thursday luncheon
Delray Beach. I still several boxes of cookies Sunday ProgramThe for the State Flower Show in meeting of the Pahokee Rotary
Following the visit, John T. available at 50 cents a box. Coral Gables are, Mrs L. W Armstrong Club. Introduced by Bruce Bowe,
Pickett, Jr. left Sunday eveningfor newly organized Intermediate and her guests, Mrs. Pen program chairman, the speaker
Frankfort, Germany, where he NURSERY TOUR Choir of the Canal Point ergrast and Mrs. Bowen; Mrs. O. explained some of the factors that
will serve u an agent for the Pyramid The Canal Point Garden Club Point Baptist Church Joined the R. Bleech. Mrs. Lloyd HundleyMrs. influence: Insurance rates.
Insurance Company. He expects left the Community Hall building Adult Choir for a Joint practice Duncan Padgett and Mrs. I. Present at the meeting was
to ail insurance in West Thursday morning for a tour of session at the church Tuesday I. Shirley. Rev Cnthrle Colvard the club's1
Germany for the next two to four nurserys, two of which are In I I night in preparation for the special "Herbs and their uses" will be newest member, who was recent.
years. His wife and four daughters West Palm Beach one in Lantana music the combined choirs will the topic of the April 20th meeting ly inducted Into Rotary by Put
, plan to leave the State on May 16 and one in Boynton. The tour took present during the HomecomingDay at the community room of the President Paul Rardin. a 30-year
to Join him in Germany, where the place of their regular month-1 I program at the church this Everglades Savings and Loan member. President R. M. Sanders
they win make their home. ly business meeting |Sunday, March 21. \ tuildlng. presided. >
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Friday, March 19, 1963 I
Two The Everglades News Canal Point, Florida 33438
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1 I The F.ahokee Woman's
held)( Its. anrujaj election of,.officers I' Phone 924-5511 Phone 996-2550

at the; 14reon meeting, In the I Belle Glade
club house on Wednesday} of last Pajiokee
we.k. I
Officers foe the 1965-6$, cvlub SALES and SERVICE,
year are: Mrs, E. C. Johnson,
president; Mrs. R. F. Hurt, first
vice president; Mrs. Leon Spooner, : Heating AirConditioning Appliancesa

The Raisin: Builn$ In Canajj Point t_ FloridaTHE second vice president; Mrs. Glenn ,. '
Powell corresponding secretary:
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LAKE OKEECHOBEE REGION HOME OF .
bars, E,.. B. Gamble, recording secretary t tgasrM. w r
THE EVERGLA&ES NEWSears ;; Mrs. J. J. Crews treasurer ---,----.-- --- ".... .
'; Mrs. "R. J. Schroder, parliame -

th...Lake( Qkeechpbee Farming ReglonWlthout, itarlai} and Mrs, Whey\ Thus ,.\ ,I"',j I .I 1
Interruption Every Week for 40 Years auditor Alt are re-elected officers
for Mrs. Crews, the new
Established March 11, 1924 Published Every FridayS except treasurer. The Installation will \

Sq i;t' Price'$2.00 Year In Advappe, take place during; the last meeting;

Everglades News Is Entered at the Post Office, In May before the club suspends '

In*,.Canal TJT I_,Point__*_TLi_Florida_ _! ., as_Second Class Matter regular meetings.through the summer for grilling, ;
months until the start of the k
Paul''Rardin '. Owner, F ditor, Publisher.: fall season.' broiling,
Guest speaker was John H.
Mr. and Mrs, Roger Jaudon of Howell, coordinator the Diversified braising...
Wauchula were th guests of Mr. I Obligation Night Cooperative Training programat

and Mrs, Wiley Allis; Tuesday Pahokee High School who gavean .
(ernoon. Presented By OES interesting talk on "The Art
I of Timing." He was introduced by
Steve, BrackllJ't e guest of Mrs. R. F. Hurt, who was in
:Mr. and, Mrs. Loyd Brackln InEagle Mrs Louise Norman and her charge of program: arrangements. t
Lake during\ the past week- husband, Noma R. Norman were Mrs. Sadie Barwick, former mem-
Star at the regular meeting of .
--r -. -- --> "T ',,-: -- Pahokee Chapter 184 held in the Sunken Treasure 1 {R

Masonic! Temple Thursday nignt
with! Mrs Grace Graham, worthy Now On DisplayFORT ; ? > .

matron, and Perry SJzemore, Junior iII for roasting
past patron presiding.The PIERCE Centuries-old ,
obligation night program Spanish gold doubloons, salvaged boiling
rh honoring past matrons and past from treasure galleons off Fort 4 ,

y9g patrons was presented by Mrs. Pierce may now be viewed, by stewing..
Ona Faye Ursry. All past matronsand Florida visitors to this east coast ;
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II past patrons attending received vacation area. :
gifts from Mrs. Grace Graham, An exhibit of gold and silver
worthy matron, and H. C. Graham, coins and artifacts recovered from
worthy patron. the remains of the famed "Silver :
Introduced were officers of Dis Fleet" sunk oft the Fort Pierce j:
trict 18 of the Grand Chapter of beaches by a storm In 1715, is dis --
t) Florida! Mrs. Madge Taylor of played In, the Public Utilities
Belle Glade, member of the Library Building at. Sixth Street and Atlantic -
Committee, and Mrs. Jessie Avenue. Spojyio/ed by the t I
.. Barnes, chairman of the OES city and county' governments the i
Magazine. Members brought to the Fort Pierce-St. Lucie County r .
meeting gifts for the hospital in Chamber of Commerce the St.
Hollywood, which were turned Lucie Historical Society'and other for bcckin t
over to Mrs Taylor for distribu organizations, the exhlbt, Is free.

tion.At It Is open to the public dally from fryingglqth2g...
the close of the meeting refreshments 1 p. m. to 5 p. 11\., weekends ex- ,
were served by Mary cluded.. .
Henderson and Mabel and Dave In addition.to the ancient: Span-
Young. Motion pictures taken 'after ish coins, U. S. gold and silver
the recent Installation of Chapter coins will be on" exhibit, as will .
.184 officers were- shown by many local historical relics, some '1
Mrs. Graham. : of Seminole origin and some dat ':'
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ing from the Indian Wars. 'I rm.I .
;iPenny McKinstryHas : The Spanish treasure will include ;t .!, :
o Ffctedc one gold doubloon,valued at
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Birthday Party 3500. I ": ; t Y.l., 4.'

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Shower "'11'> ;"'/", .
try, Sr., 371 East Main St, was the I Calling r 'j '
scene Sunday of a family gather- I For Kathy Wil$ Q. .t'r' .(.
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trig nd'dlmier' party honoringMrs. -,- r ': '

McKlnstry's granddaughter.. :Miss Kathy Wilson' bride elect ,' ..... ;. ,... '? .
D J"y.Q9UB Miss Penny ilcklnstry.!! on her_ '
,.. of Wayne Browning, was honored tI: \. /; f.T
A let de 2pdRACES: 21st I' Bbthday r. T "ajmjversary. with) a,calling shower: at the.home ,?, "..
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QUINIElAS i Attending were MrsMcKlns- of Mrs. Lewis Friend\ Thursday ". &'
EVERY. DACE try's children' and famines inchv-)- March.11,.from 7:30 ,to 9Q:$ P; m. ..,. !.: ; .
ing MN ap4 Mrs. EdtC'Cr'o p nfn I GrHtfng guests with Mrf. > :! ; i
..IijO -. PATUI4AD > and family of Plantation; Mr. andMrs. P)1enCand\ Miss WUson, was thehonoree' : ,
ItI3:. Billy". Rogers, and<<, family oRSouth mother. Mrs., James H. 'Ap'a'round' ;' "
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Bay; ifr, and .t"rs., 11cllar4T11Ue Wilson,:and Mrs. Floyd Browning :
v SI''Pn 2k, acid fatnjly, W, E. (q1ll>:) mother:of, the groom-elect.' Each + .,t 1.JI
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FREE PARKINGlUXURIOUS HcKlnstry: : ., Buzzy M9Kinstry wora an, orchid corsage. The refreshment :
Miss,Joan'McKln try andButtons. MUf table was lad( with aaleve better-cookmg.;

CL\J kO'Ose'' McKinstry." familytbcring *, lacee ,cloth ,centered with a .. .
Also honored at the ofwhite
crystal and silver footed bowl
; rifhE $'1 wad. Earl! (Butch) orchids, balay'sbreath\ and the. sure" easy, modern way : :.? ,
9JT I ,Crpssman. ., Jr., who recently. returned fern. and silver candelabra with for a kitchen that's, :"r '.!,I
: to tht i tales c after 16 lighted white tapers. Floral arra cooler, (cleaner, safer .!, ..

I months of overseas,duty;, in Japanand : rangements of, orchids varying In foy, precious, peaoE -of-roiui. ; ;" .f .

enb' Is at presently Plantation. vjsltlng while; ,on his, leave pap pastel shades were used throughout ) ...get a Jlamelesa automatic :f :'.:", II i\ .,,.'
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house. .1
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from the U; S. Air Force., A the Gifts were displayed on a table ELECTRIC RANGEYou'll .:' k.. I' ;
end of his leave Airman Cross- laid with green net over white.and love itl! /. :): .

NOW THRU APRIL 20 man will report for duty at an accented with small white. orchids. ;l;;:'
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Air Force Baaein: Maryland. ,'f" :,
Hostesses with Mrs.. Friend were
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Mrs. Roland Long Mrs. Rupert
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Mock Mrs. Wilma Mrs.
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I Ir dear appliance dealer
Lewis J. Fraser Mrs. Joe Hatton
Jr., Mrs. Joel W. Brown Mrs. .
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Ernest Maxwell and Mrs. JamesW.
LARRY,= KING Vann. Their gift to Miss WUson ,o
(ndo.1V p. .on.sty) '.' was a set of silver serving piecesto
+ match her silver pattern.
DRINKS MILK. .

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Mr. and Mrs. Buddy Hewell
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I Legislative Study Industries Will Atlanta, Ga., spent several days

Exhibit At Orlando this week visiting her mother,
I. For Universities
PERSONAL NEWS NOTES :I :Mrs. John Holland and Mr. Holland -

,II TALLAHASSEE-A legislative ORLANDO record-breaking and ,Mrs.and Hewell.his father, Jack HeweU
reserved
wwwwnJwwunJw committee said last week that the 201 exhibit spaces have been .
I ju Dr. and Mrs.: L. W. ArmstrOng"rave Ray L. Hawk, Sr., has returned to I:state must be given a high quality by Florida manufacturersfor
as their guests her sister' his home from Everglades Memorial I off-campus university study pro-I display of their products at Mrs. David Ramey of Cocoa
'i, and brother-in-law, Mr. and Mrs.': Hospital. : gram, even if It means revamping the fourth annual Florida Indust- spent this past weekend as the
JR' W. Bowers, of Orlando. I: the Florida Institute for Continuing ries Exposition in Orlando April guest of her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
I Miss Linda Wilson will arrive
Mrs. Lulu Barfield was the University Studies (F'ICUS). 27-30, the Florida Development Rupert Mock.
I guest of Miss Bessie Sikes In MI- Friday from Andrew College in The committee recommended Commission chairman Charles W. .
I I Cutpert, Ga., for a week' visit wIther -
ail recently. I legislation to establish a chancellor Campbell has announced.
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lon
J Mr. and Mrs. William Hilller Wilson. I to oversee the entire university I The early heavy response oy
returned to their home in Everett,I .. .. system and called for year-round Florida manufacturers illustrates
'Mass., following several days visit I operation of the state universities. the impact and importance of this
,with his brother and sister-in-law, Lair Circle Meeting: I The committee, headed by Sen. huge industrial showcase," said

Mr. and Mrs. Don Hillier Held On Monday I John Mathews, Jr., of Jacksonville, Campbell.The .
Mrs. Kenneth McIntosh spent agreed that the 1965 Legislaturemust show is recognized as the
this weekend visiting her look into the off-campus instruction I largest of its kind in the nation.
past Mrs. Lon Wilson was hostess to
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence the Simonson Lair circle which program and make any I .. l
Cubbedge In Winter Park. met Monday afternoon with 12 necessary changes.
.'v Harry Brooks ELI bee Is at- members present. Mrs. J. V Strongest attack on the FICU3 APPRECIATION
plan to date has come from Sen. I wish to thank the many fine lWl10t'i
tending a short course at the Uni- Thomas presented the program,
versity of Florida In Gainesville, "Prayer and the Life Within". It Ed Price'of Bradenton. He said friends who were so thoughtful I
this week. was announced that flowers for that there is a waste resulting while I was in the hospital. I shall

Earl Maxson has returned from the last Sunday In this month will from overlap and duplication and alack always remember the cards letters I
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coordination between
Orlando where he visited his son, be furnished by Mrs. H. J. Ander- and messages of encouragement I '
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FICUS and the' other educational warn em
MayGod's
those
A-lc Mike Maxson, who is'a pa- con for the church sanctuary. The received during days.
institutions of Florldaa. *
tient at McCoy Air Force 'Base April 14th meeting will be at the A. richest blessing be upon give em room
hospital following a recent acci- home of Mrs. J, V. Thomas. each and every one of you. .....
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dent. .. Home Scene I Mrs. Grace .A. u I.

"7. Herman C- Dyess Is reported to Retail Stores Do Of Schroder Circle I -- -- .- ,------ ------. n_ __ __ __ __._ _
be in good condition following .
surgery at Good Samaritan Hospital $8 Billion In 1964 The Vena Mae Schroder Circleof
West Palm Beach this week. r the Pahokee Methodist WSCS r
: Rev. and Mrs. James Baugher WINTER PARK-Florida retail held its March meeting at the LARRYTHOMPSON '
represented the Canal Point P. r. stores had a business volume of home of Mrs. Ralph O. Johnson (oohjmniet
A. by attending the district 11 $8 billion during 1964, the Florida Monday morning, with the chair-
conference: at Port St. Lucie State Retailers Association has man, Mrs. J. T, Boynton, presid ,
DRINKS MILK.
Country Club, Monday. announced. ing.The
Mrs. Will Nason and son, NaP: Food stores had the largest business program was presented by (I glass a day)
returned to their home in West volume with auto dealers sec Mrs. J. l.. Tyson, Jr. The group

Palm Beach Sunday following a ond.There decided to have Its next meetingat HOW ABOUT YOU?
visit with her parents, Mr. and were 53,300 retail establishments the church In order to providea
Mrs. Earl Maxson in Canal Point. employing 270,000 per nursery for: small children. rrsioo GOOD TO BE dUST fOR.THE\OUNO
sons last year, the association re --.... -
Mrs. John Strayer has returnedto
I ported. Annual payroll was ap- CLASSIFIED ADS PAY \
her home following a week's proximately $850 million. BIG DIVIDENDS ......... ....... ..... .........
stay in Everglades Memorial Hos

pital.Mrs. --------- -- --- __ __h_ ___ .__ __ ___ __ ______
R. L. Gray and daughter I
Lodus spent this past weekend In
Tallahassee where they took part I success hasn't gone to its price!
In parents' weekend at Florida
State University where M/s '

Gray's daughter, Miss Raybeth
Gray, is a freshman.
Mrs. M. F.'George has returned
from Moore Haven where she was f'it IS
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in-law, Mrs. Cothern. ,
*'Mrs. C. B. Jones:Is a patient at f '
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Mr. and Mrs. Max Beverly have '
returned to their home in Och of and
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locknee, Ga., following a two week : economy -

visit Boynton.with her mother, :Mrs. Grady _' ,

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Mack Parker is convalescing at '
the Dixie Court Hotel : .
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decent surgery at Good Samaritan you can

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Col. and Mrs. W S.. Evans and I
their house guests, Col. and Mrs. .J "'it 'L buy '
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:S. U. In Tallahassee and were the
guests of their daughter, Miss
Joyce Brown, who Is a student
there.

Mr. and Mrs. Lee Shirley spent
this past weekend in Ft. Pierce

Mr. and Mrs. C. F. McCoy and
family of Prlncton, W. Va., are ..
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spending this week as the guestsof ; y
his brother'and family Mr.: and f
Mrs: Vernon McCoy, and his slat ; \\\k\ .;,
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Blankenship..Mrs. :

W. R. Enecks of States- ,
boro, Ga., Is spending the winter CHEVROLET BELAIR 6It'
months as the guest' of her son-
in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. ,
Dave Cunningham.SCHOOL'S. our in-between-priced full-size Chevrolet with You can actually buy this fine full-sized car for

deep-twist carpeting; luxurious pattern cloth upholstery slightly more than many intermediate-sized models

trimmed in soft vinyl and a Turbo-Thrift of,other makes-and even for I less than some of them!

Six to make the most of Its Jet-smooth ride. Low In So why settle for a smaller car that can't begin to offer
all of the value and satisfaction
cost, easy on fuel-yet this spirited Six gives you you get in this Chevrolet Bel Air.

.. quick pickups and all the smooth dependable power Come look it over. See how much a .
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I [News Of The Churches l '> :i.' .'.f.,.: At: Wilkinson. Harold Wilkinson HomeMrs. was


hostess to the Sodbusters Tuesday -

4 morning with Mrs. Lee Shirley (
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?6oly Nativity First IkptktChurch Mary's Catholic 9E mah prwenwa tfie program on the
history of tulips. She was assisted -
Episcopal ChurchPahokee Canal Point Church t by Mrs. Shirley who showed

slides of the tulip festival in Hol-

El&r.ft. }to BarheHBUNDAY Father Francis Fennech, Pastoi land. The April meeting will be at

Rev. L. Lossing, Vicar : Sunday Mass 11:80: a. m. the home of Mrs. Aryan Mayo

SUNDAY: 9:45 a. m.-Sunday School Confessions before Mass with Mrs. John Hatton In chargeof

10 a. m.-Sunday School 11:00 a. in.-Morning Worship .C the program.APPRECIATION.

11:00 a. m.-Worship Service 6:30: p. nv B. T. C. The Pahokee ChurchOf .

7:30 p. m.-Evening,Worship. E .

First Methodist 'TUESDAYS: The Nazarene I wish to take this opportunityto
7:30 p. m.-Choir practice.
"' thank my friends for their
Church PahokeeJohn WEDNESDAY: Rev WHlard Kilpatrick
many kindnesses shown me and
7:30 m.-MIdweek Prayer 433 Bacom
Point Rd. bereavementat
my family during our
Service. Phone 924-7528 Box 882
P. O.
A. Brlley, Pastor the death of my brother, Roy,
THURSDAY:-Every other week SUNDAY SERVICES:

SUNDAY: 7:30 p. m.-Ladies Auxiliary 9:45: a. m.,-Sunday School GEORGE W, DEHARTLayman's B. Kemp.
9:45: a. m.-Church School ." .. Willie H. Kemp
Meeting.
11:00: a. m.-Morning Worship ... 11:00 a. m.-Sunday Worship
t'WI..V
6:30 p. m.-Juniors
6:45 p. m.-MYF Worship Glades Baptist ChurchRev. 7:00 p. m.-SUnday Evening Revival
7:45 p. m.-Evening )IWJ.\lIIJ.VIYll.\lIJUII; : IIJ.VII.\L.IIMIi
Evangelistic Service
fUESDAY:
( Jonathan L. Wolf) WEDNESDAY: Pahokee
7:00: p. m.-Vesper Choir prac' BaptistA
ticsWEDNESDAY Meets In Pahokee Lions Club 7:30 p. m.-Midweek Prayer PRINCE THEATRE

: Building. meeting.

7:45 p. m.-Mid-week devo- SUNDAY SCHOOL 9:45: a. m. "Where you are a stranger but Layman's Revival is scheduled -, PAIIOKEE FLA.
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tions PREACHING-11:00 a. m. and once. for the First Baptist ChurchIn

8:30: p. m.-Senior Choir practice 7:30 p. m. .y Pahokee March 24.28, 'accord-

SUNDAY B. Y. P.,- :30p. m. St. Peter's Lutheran Ing to Pastor Guthrie Colvard. SUNDAY, MONDAY, TUESDAY

.. .11 WED. PRAYER-7:30 p. m. at 7:30 o'clock and usual servicesat MARCH 21-22-23
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Belle Glade
11 a. m. and 6 p. m. on Sunday.

First Baptist Canal Point Services. are planned for each nit "HUSH. HUSH, I
August Koerber, Pastor
Church Pahokee George Wayne DeHart, presi-
Baptist Church 601 W. Lake Rd., Belle Glade dent and manager of DeHart Sweet Charlotte"
SUNDAY:
Motor Lines with headquarters at STARRING
Gutbrie W. Colvard Pastor
Lawrence Stewart, Pastor Divine Services 11 A. M.
SUNDAY: Conover, N. C., will be the speaker. -
SUNDAY; School 9:45 A. M. BETTE DAVIS AND
9:45: a. m.-Sunday School 9:45: a. m.-Sunday School .. Even with' his business responsibilities -
11:00/a.: m.-Morning Worship Mr. DeHart often drops OLIVIA de IIAVTLLANDClassified
11:00 a. m.-Morning Worship
6:00: p. m.-Evening Worship 6:30 Union Church Of Christ I business to drive several hundred
: p. m.-Training
6:45: p. m. Training Union 7:30 :miles to give his testimony.
: p. m.-Evening Worship
WEDNESDAY: WEDNESDAY: 125 N. W. Avenue D I He Is a member of the East JIJ.MII; JI.YJil..V.liMIJ.V': "

7:30: p. ,m.-Prayer Service Phone WY 6-3867 Hickory Baptist Church and a
7:30 p. m.--Prayer Meeting _.
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.. Belle Glade, Fla. Trustee of Gardner-Webb College.
SUNDAY SERVICES :While his has centered in -- .. -. -
The Church Of God career .
South Side ChurchOf
10:00 a. m.-Bible Study ,
the Hickory area, .he was born In
I Of.Prophecy, PahokeeCanal Christ, 11:00 a. m.-Morning Worship Iwaln County and joined the Nan- Ads

Point Road 7:30: p. m.EveningWorship tahala Baptist church as a boy. i
I Belle Glade across from WEDNESDAY .

John H. -Kmard, pastor Bowling Alley on Rd. 80 7:30 p. m.-.Bible. Study CALLED BY DEATH POSITIVELY all want ads or

10:00: a. m.-Sunday School 10:00 a. m.-Bible Study Carl and Kenneth Keene of New classifieds as you wish to call

11:00 a. m.-Preaching Service 11:00 a. m.-Morning Worship Church Of God, York City have returned to their them are payable in advance from,

7:45 p. Evangelistic Service 6:30 p. m.-Evening Service home after being called to the his day forward. Don't phone 'em.

8:00 p. m. Tuesday-V.L.B. 7:30: p. m.-Wed. Bible Study Barfield Highway home of their brother and sister- Write it and drop a dollar bill In

.. 8:00: p. m. Thursday-W.M.B. In-law. Mr. and :Mrs. Leland the envelope If you want it run
Everyone welcome. Special music CLASSIFIED ADS PAY Pahokee. Fla. Keene, by the death of their mother once. $2 if you want it run twice

and singing. BIG DIVIDENDS A.L. Stone, Minister :Mrs. Anna Keene. and so on.rVUATs .

Phone 9247363 '
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_._ SUNDAY: NOTICE OP ANNUAL MEETING IN THE ATTIC that you
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OP LANDOWNERS OP PELICAN
9:45 a. m.-Sunday School LAKE SUB-DRAINAGE don't need? A $1.00 classified adn

11:00 a. m.-Morning Worship DISTRICTNotice this column will probably find
la
hereby given that pursuant
1:30 p. Evangelistic Ser I to call of the Board of Supervisors of you a sale. Just write your ad, en-
Need viceTUESDAY I Pelican Lake Bub-Drainage District the lose a dollar and we'll do the rest.
Mortgage annual meeting of landowners of
: .Pelican Lake Sub-Drainage District for The Everglades New, Canal Point
7:30 the year IMS. will be held at the office Fla.
p. m.--Prayer Service of sale District In the Rardln Building -
THURSDAY: at Canal Point. Palm Beach County -
? Florida, on o 3. IMSt SEPTIC TANK PUMPING AND
Financing 7:30 p. m.-Youth for Christ 10:30 clock In the forenoon for the REPAIR Service In Clewiston,

Service purposes of: South Bay Belle Glade. Pahokeeand
1. Electing one Supervisor for a
I term of three yean. Canal Point. Serving the

Whatever Your Mortgage Financing Requirements The Methodist Church 2. Receiving taking such annual action reporU with respect and Glades for 20 years. Phone 924;

thereto M the landowner may 5626. H. L. Pitts, old Belle Glade

.1 I May" :Be Whether You Are CaHill Point, FloridaJames 3. a Transacting determine* may com: and such before other the meeting business road. St. Oct. 16-ch.tf

!" ---- BOARD or SUPERVISORS Room AND BOARD Family

Buying, Building, Selling or Refinancing SUNDAY W. Baugher, Pastor DRAINAGE OP PELICAN: DISTRICT LAKE 8UB Style Meals. Inquire Shell Service

: BT: Clarence W. Knecht Station, Canal Point or Call 924-
9:45: a. m.-Sunday School. President 7238 924-9403.
At Everglades federal Savings And or N2OtfsFoil
Publish March
11:00,a. m.-Morning Worship : 19. 20. IMS.

6:00 p.: m.-Evening WbrshipTUESDAY NOTICE OFANNCAL MMTTNU.OP SALE: New and Used Willys
Loan Association You Are Assured 'Of' LANDOWNERS pp EAST
J Walter
t teovH.muruGK Tic T, ei>L Ashley's Garage
8:00 p. mv Woman's Society Notice la hereby given that pursuant ta Belle Glade Phone 6.3033.
Fast Fair Commitments Prompt to. call .4 tfceJhMTd.of. Bupenrtoon of
II .. 1st tf'uesdayWEDNESDAY but Snore Dtunaft District. Cn Oct. 17-54-cn.
: annual meeting of landowners of
Trio Rest Shore Drainage DUtrtct t o r TOR BALE: Fat Black Angus beef
Service And LoW Cost. 'p.
m.-Prayer Meeting the year IMS. will be held at the officeof 40c
said District in the Rardin ,Bullel- per pound. Half or whole.
t.." :- ..: : ,oj .. ... ID,. at Gnat Point PaJm Deaeb Ooun 100 to 600 pounds. You pick your

Elmer Upthegroves at..Jf t' Florida: o'dock on in Uonday the forenoon April.S.tot IMS.the own. L. P. Rackley phone 9J-:

purpMea oft *.' : 2491. Indlantown. M26p
1. Let: YourEarn ving : Married '25 Years 1.term Electing of one tare Supervisor yeat." lor ,a FOR
SALE
Almost
2. Receiving annual reports and new' 3 bed-
I I Mr.: .rani're. Elmer (Babs: ) Up-; taking auch.'action with; respectthereto room, 2 bath CB home. Will sell
ta<*
as landowner
MorePet. hegrove celebrated their 25th determine; and mayS quick: 112,500. terms. Also, large
wedding anniversary on 1Mdaji Tnuuaettas such ether buaine.s 4 bedroom 2 bath. 2 story home.
as may come before the meeting
.' evening, March 12, with a buffet 'BOARD ,OP.SUPERVISORS Large ridge lot. With 3 car garage -
tamer at the PahoHee Elks Club, Of' CAST, BHORt DRAIN and upstairs apartment. All
AnI: DISTRICTBT
;H Greeting guests with Mr. and Mrs. :. Clsxenee W. Knecht. for 25000. Easy terms. No telephone -
,.
:, frthegrove were their daughters, Publish: March- J'tMJde1st.19, 28, lQ S. Information. We have more

Miss, Myrna Upthegrove and Mrs.tele 'r ( .' homes, many small businesses and
2Payable .+ t Norman of Pahokee and Mrs. -- -r- InCome properties: grocery stores,

Gerald Hayes of West Palm rooming houses, restaurants, etc.

Semi-Atinually Beach. Reed Upthegrove presided Black HHIsPASSION See or call Dan Carpenter. 924-

At the guest book. Hostesses were 153. In Pahokee. M26 2tc
i :Mrs. L. D. Duke Mrs. Robert McIntosh PLAY

I and Mrs. Joe Usher. Approximately FEBRUARY 21 APRIL T!

: Everglades FederalSavings 150...guests. attended. At AMPHITHEATER LAKE WALES Calvin J. Peacock


Stork Shower For *troi MANCt EACH Bookkeeping And
T rsduThursday.. Sjturrl.i >
And Loan Association VIrs. '
Bullington 31'r: t Income Tax Service

n, IT* ifO r M
ACCOUNTS INSURED BY FEDERAL SAVINGS AND Mrs Jackie Bullington was non- ETMain
ii; 1850
ored With' a "Stork Shower" I St.

'; ; LOAN INSURANCE OORP. Thursday, March 16, front 8 to i Wed. durinq LA Pahokee

'f P. m. In the community room of jt 300P.M

/ PAHOKEE BELLE GLADE Everglades Federal Saving and 111 UVlrk MtiljTlLY 1 5 Phone 924-7962
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Clark. Mrs. Kansas todd, ttrt. ILL OF HOME'tb

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\I Page Pmt The Everglade 0'I 'New, Canal Point, Florida 33488 .. Friday March 19, 1965
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I ATTEND FUNERAL HOME FROM HOSPITAL SLATE ELECTEDThe Claudy Roberson of Screven,
Calling Shower Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Hundley recently Doyle Branyon, Melbourne join following slate of officers Ga., and his son-in-law Joffrey
For Diane HollonA attended funeral services ed Mrs. Branyon at the home of were elected for the coming yearat Lightsey, of Brunswick, Ga., were
-- for Mrs. Anna Keene at the Gar- her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. S. the March meeting of the Pa- the weekend guests of his sister
calling shower honoring Miss i I den Chapel in Orlando. They were Cross and accompanied her to I hokeo Garden Club; Mrs. D. M. and brother-in-law Mr. and Mrs. i
Diane Hollon will be held next Joined by their son and daughter- their home Sunday. Mrs. Branyone I Hllller, president; Mrs. Lloyd Hun- J. L. McCall. ....
Friday, March 26, in the Sunday er-in-law Mr. and Mrs. John L. has been with her mother dur- I dley, vice president; Mrs. Norman
School building of the Canal Point Hundley, and another son, WayneHundley ing the recent surgery of her father. -I Kennedy, secretary; and Mrs. C. Mr. and Mrs. Inman Weeks attended f
between seven I all of Gainesville and Mr. Cross returned to his home A. Kolstad, treasurer. funeral services for his
:Hethodiat Church
and 10 p. m. Hostesses for the students at the University of Flor- this week to the Joy of his familyand brother-in-law J. B. Davis at

shower are: Mrs O. H. Sheppard, ida. __ many friends after undergo-. Mayor and Mrs. Duncan Padgettand Sebring Wednesday. ., March 17.
],(rs. W. & Johnson, :Mrs. Frank I ing heart surgery.CLASSIFIED. .. Mrs. A. H. Scruggs were the
O'Connell, Mrs. B. I* Vorhees, Dr. Sasser Watson of Delray Sunday guests of their children, Mr. and Mrs. B. C. Suns were
:Mrs.: G. T. Echola, Mrs. W. K. was the weekend guest of hla par- I ADS PAY Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Padgett and the weekend guests of her broth
Buchanan and Mrs. Glenn Powell ents, Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Watson. BIO DIVIDENDS family in Waldo. er, Joe M. Cox, In Miami.





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