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: March 26, 1965
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).
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
Resource Identifier: aleph - 001981538
oclc - 32615395
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Succeeded by: Glades observer
Succeeded by: Everglades observer

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Bryant Mill Ends Leita Yopp Wolfe Huge Success For Last Rites For Straw Ballot On ,

Dies In Lake WorthMrs. James G. Epperson

Season On Tues. Local Baptists At Whiskey Hours In
Leita Yo p p (Donate) Graveside services were held

Wolfe, ago '79 of Canal Point died Sunday afternoon for James G.

ClewistonOnWed. Tuesday at Lake Worth. She has 30th AnniversaryMore Epperson, 78, who died on Satur City Belle GladeCitizens I

been a resident of Canal Point day at Plant City where he had

since 1941 coming here from Doug been making his,home since' leav- I
The Bryant mill of the U. S. than 300 members, former of Belle Glade will go to
las Ga. She is seurvived by two ing Canal Point several years ago.
Sugar Corporation completed the members:; and friends of the Canal the polls next Tuesday and decide
Mrs. Atlanta
sisters, L. P. Fordham, For.many years Mr. Epperson was
season's grinding Tuesday Point Baptist church gathered whether not whiskey sales hours
cane or
Georgia and Mrs. Jeryllo caretaker at the local school and I
night following one of the busiest Hendrix Atlanta Ga. Services will Sunday, March ''21, in Thirtieth was known by hundreds in this shall be extended beyond those I

seasons at the recently constructed be held Friday 10:00 a. m. at Anniversary and Homecoming area. now in effect In the City of Belle I

mulU-m111Ion dollar mill. The Wetherington Funeral Home ceremonies pronounced by all in Survivors include two nephews, Glade. The Ministerial group in the I

Qewlston mill completed Its grinding Chapel with, Cremation to followat attendance as a huge success. The J. E. Epperson of Plant City andJ. city is getting their forces together I
operations about 24 hours Del noon-time meal at the church was In an effort to defeat the plan I
ray. B. Epperson of Port Charlotte.
later than the Bryant mill. I .d. attended by more than 300 pea ... to' lengthen the hours of whiskey
'. No official records have been ple. Nino charter members of the sales.

made public by the mill Qr any of Junior College To church were present for the day's Funeral Services City Councilmen recently votedto

its officials but it la 'known that festivities.All place the Issue squarely before

for many days more than 9,500 former living pastors except the citizens of the community and
Give March 27A
tons of cane were ground dally. Play! two were present and participatedin For Pop ReynoldsFuneral let them decide whether or not the

The mill was pushed to this limit the\program which ran through hours of sales should be lengthen

in an effort to grind all of the cane of Ber three sessions, one in the morning, ed. Although all churches in the
performance George I services for William A.
that was frozen In the moat severe Shaw's "And- one lit the afternoon and one at city are not cooperating In the
nard famous
play j (Pop) Reynolds, 72, were held
freeze damage in many years- night. The first supply pastor of planned action, the majority of
rocles and the Lion; will be presented II yesterday afternoon at the First,
For many years the U. S. Sugar I : by the Palm Beach Junior ) the church, Rev. C. B. Jones, passed Methodist church In Pahokee. He them have signified their inten-
has a aeaaon-enf several : Rev. tentlon of participating.
Corp. sponsored College Players in the Pahokee r away years ago. died ,suddenly Monday at his homeIn
barbecue for employees anilfriends I High School auditorium this Sat F. C. Blosch and Dr. B. Elmo Scog- Pahokee. He had been Instrumental The Rev. Luther A. Key past

of the company. The bar urday. March 27, under the auspices gin were the two former pastors in organization of or of the First Baptist Church
becue will not be held this year. unable to attend. appeared before the commission
I of the Palm Beach County Wildlife and Boy Scout groups In
The Glades Sugar House at Council of Parent-Teacher Asso Pastors who attended and took Pahokee. prior to last fall's election and explained -

Belle Glade will in all probability ciations. part in one or more of the three i he would be in favor of allowing
Rev. John Brlley, pastor of the .
continue grinding until about the The PBJC programs of the day were: Rev S.I i ichurch a vote that would curtail
Players are was in charge of the last
middle of ApriL Officials of the three performances of this play I B. Jordan. Rev. J. R. Heller, Rev. rites and burial was at Port May- the ale of alcoholic beverages

Sugar Cane brewers' Cooperative,, during March, one in the north Don Plnson, Rev. C. J. Smyly, aca. Wetherington Funeral Homeof ----s__ I

\. operators of that sugar house ; part of the County one in the Rev. Joe Clements and Rev. Pahokee conducted the, funeral '' '

have made no official announce south, part, and the oneji% the west I i Charles D.-: *wart,andw the prey *... ,8umYOI'II'-include 'his ? widow. "Girl Of TheYear" f ..

( went in %regard to-when they trill, part" ar Pahokee. Curtain time Ja ant minister,11ev: f Lawrence Stew Virginia; two sons, Robert of Fort 1

complete their.season.. 8.14: p. m. Tickets may be obtained I art.At > C. Pierce and William; tWo daughters Will Be SelectedPhi
the morning service Rev.
in advance in the high Mrs. Thelma Culberson and

1 Senior 1 Junior&i ,school office, and will also be sold -Smyly.. Rev. S. B. Jordan Rev. Mrs. Mildred Pittman, both of Pa

at the auditorium doors the nightof Charles D. Stewart and Rev. Joe hokee; a brother, Earl of Myrtle Gamma Nu Chapter, Beta

the performance. Admissionwill I Clements participated the af Beach, S. C;; three sisters, Mrs. Sigma Phi Sorority, at the regular
6 On Honor RollOne be 50 cents for elementary ternoon service when the recently Myrtle Hamilton of Wilmington, meeting at the home of Miss.

school children, 75 cents for junior constructed Education Building N. C; Mrs. May Mllllkon of Myrtle Cynthia Turbeville Monday night

and senior high school children was dedicated the following took Beach and Mrs. Janle Hamilton of with President Jill Pitts presiding,

Senior Sharon Johnson and and $1 for adults. part: Rev. Don Plnson Rev. C. J. Bladenburg. N. C.; 14 grandchild fleeted new officers for the 1965-:

Junior Harris, Smyly, Rev. Charles D. Stewart.. 66 : Mrs. Dorothy
one Larry represented ren and three great grandchildren. sorority year
Pahokee High School on I' I At the evening service those in I For his interest In the youth of Buckner, president; Mrs. Peggy
1,000 Phones Out In attendance heard Rev Richard Hatton, vice Mrs. Ceclle
the AU "A" Honor Roll for the the area Reynolds was named the ;
1 Heller bring the message and Alton Lions Club "Man of the Year" In Watson, recording! secretary; Mrs.
put six weeks. In the Eighth Jones deliver the evening pray
Belle Glade Area 1061.: Carolyn McIntosh corresponding
grade there were six other students er. The three gatherings were presided --- secretary; Miss Heather Reed,
who attained the coveted position over by the present pastor, I
treuurer; Mrs. Cecils Watson!
I with an AU "A" standing. I About a thousand telephone Rev. Lawrence StewartDuring .. Slate Of Officers chapter representative to the Beta
They were: Edna Cooper Robert the period of the day
,subscribers in Belle Glade were Sigma Phi City Council; and Mrs.Iva
Mclntosh, Gayle Story, Rolando without phone service Wednesday when recognitions for service were Pittman, alternate represent
Sanchez, Judy Todd and Janice I afternoon when a 900-palr cable made, Mrs. Paul Rardin was recognized For Lions ClubPast ative.

Unwin. by the pastor as having A vote taken to select
I was cut at the corner of Second was a
Others in the Junior-Senior I Canal been pianist at the church during "Girl of the whose
;street, NW and West Year name
Prelldents.Edward' A. Jen
high school who received HonoNable Street. The severance occured I the time all of the visiting ministers will be revealed at the annual
"B" better sen and James W. Vann were
workmen preparing to served the membership. Founder's Day meeting in April.
where are
" follows: I. named on a nominating committeeto
are as
Install a lift station for the sewerage Plans were discussed for futurefundraising
Grade: Armas Angel, Chris recommend a new slate of or
-;; 12th Davlson.Faye H&rrl, system that Is ,being extended Corn As As $5 fleets for the Pahokee Lions Club projects a bake sale

Grace topher Jones, Ronald, Lalrsey, Bon- in that arcs. : High. at the Tuesday luncheon meetingof scheduled, for.April 17, and a candy: ".,
suffered loaf sale .the date to.be later
from set
i The area,that the* club. ?

,I"i' nit 11th Rayburpv Grader Linda'Ted Butler Reed. NancyHarrington'James f a(phone service: Included a ma As Supply Is Short : The program "was presented by It was announced that chapUrpledges
will at
houses be the next
Tyson Josephine jority of the town's packing Kyle Scott assistant principal and present
i and produce firms and the Glades dean of boys at Pahokee High meeting at the \thorns of Mrs.
f' L Young. Office Building and the SugarCane With sweet corn In the Lake Region School who showed a series of Dorothy Buckner on April 12, whena
10th Grade: Lois Adams, JudithAndrews
I drawers of Florida Co-ope as scarce as hen's teeth the ritual for the rushees will be
r. Timothy GUIs Lodua film strips which he had found at 1
,. rative. price has shot up to u'much u $S conducted.The 1
Gray Brenda Holt, Linda Joiner, .. ... per crate in some. instances. The the school and spliced together' Phi Gamma Nu social event
Montero Virginia depicting student activities during
Maria ,
Linda Lane. prevailing price has been in the :for March was a covered-dish supper
Wi11lL9th Visiting Folks At the 1950-51 school year at PHS
I $.em neighborhood but a few held at the home of Mr. and
: -class plays, school trips, parties
Inez GeorgeMagrill
Grade: Brlley
" Baptist Ceremony times the buyer needed corn to fill Mrs. Kenneth McIntosh Saturday
Vickie Pitts. and the like in color and black
certain orders, thus the $5 price. night, with husbands attending &true.tI.
and white. Mr. Scott said the
. 8th Grade: David Carraway.Sandra .
' beans. Is .
The Thirtieth Anniversary and There are no Celery .
. Clark. Merry Aim Friend film, photographed by ,E. A. Jensen ,
the $275 to $3.00 and cab-
Homecoming ceremonies at I bringing and others will be saved by
Roswell Harrington William Howard
; Canal Point Baptist church drew' i bage Is selling for $2.00. STETSON VISITORS
Jr., Lynda Keene, Kenny Las- .. the school for future use.
town folks last Sunday Rey and Mrs. Guthrie Colvard
out of
many Walter Ra small son of
Marsha Sullivan, Allen h1ey.
. alter FAMILY REUNIONMiss had u their weekend their
Most were former members I. guests
' Webb, Wayne Stacy, Armando Lion George Rashley, wu a guest.
f of the church and friends of the Elinor and Steve Brackin daughter Miss Ruth Colvard and
I President Glenn Brower presided.
Perez, Anne Pen Marilyn Shirley -
pastors who had served during the of Pahokee were the weekend Guy Blatz and Jimmy Thompson,
, : Deborah Poteete. past 30 years. guests of their parents Mr. and all of Stetson University. They
Grade David Carlson, George
7th : Those from out of town were: I Mrs. Loyd Brackln of Eagle Lake. RETURN TO PAHOKEEMr represented the university at the

" r; Connell. Deborah Culberson, MrsW.. L. Duncan, Naples; Mrs. Other guests were Mrs. Raleigh and Mrs. I. G. Thompsonand South Bay Baptist Church in a

Theresa Douglas Jeffry Tarr:, C. R. Wetherington Sr. Fort Mock of Ludowici f. Ca.. Sterlingand their daughter Mrs. Betty Youth Rally on Saturday night
Unwin. Beverly Woods. _
Julie Lauderdale; Mr. and Mrs. David Dean Fleming of Baden, Pa. Wilson and children have returned .4.-

; ... Jones, Gainesville; Mr. and Mrs. A. K. Fleming of Tampa Mrs. J. from Savannah Oa., where Mr. and Mrs, Marion Wright
Mrs. Cuma Smith of Tampa Charles Jones Clewiston; Mrs. C. Harris and son Joseph of Lake they wire called by the death of spent Sunday in Lakeland where

L. spent this past weekend u the Arthur McArthur, Salt Springs; Park Mrs. Margaret Jordan af his' brother-in-law. Homer T. they attended the Florida State

f. guest of Mr. and Mrs. J. IL Stray- Mrs. Smith, Tampa; Mr. and Mrs.I Winter Haven and John Welsh, )fPahokee. Thompson. Funeral services were Convention of the Natural Food

er. t Edwin Cowart Lantana. held March 15. Association.

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Friday, March 26, 196'

Pare Six The Everglades News, CaaaI Pout, Florida 33438 -.. -.
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SQrority Party In Mr. and Mrs. Earl Maxim ac-

I I[ News Of The C ur hes : I complete Mock A Chickee Florida with'Big-sawed wilderness thatch.Cypress sections roofed setting Seminole of a-. son patient companied and Orlando A-lc Ricky at, Thursday Mike MacCoy by Parker Mia.Maxsom.AFU visited Friday Olrte who hospital Adams, their Air-is a,

flown to, Kessler
-. --- tree trunk used as man Maxson was
large Cypress. AFB, Boloxi, Miss, to undergo

Holy Nativity First Baptist Sfc. Mary's Gatholic and tables the festoons likes was of the Spanish scene mOS3 of a testa for Injuries received in a

.Episcopal ChurchPahokee Church, Canal Point Church patio dinner party enjoyed by recent accident on. _the.. base.

numbers ofti/xi Alpha.Mu Chap
by Mrs.. Frank Tillls was the weekend *
Eider R.E.. BaoHeld Father Francis"-Fennech, PastoL ter, Beta Sigma. Phi Sorority, and and Mrs.
of Mr. Roger
Rev. L. Losslng,:. Views "SUNDAY: Sunday Mas$- 11:30 a. m. their husbands at the home of Mr; Jaudon In Wauchula.
SUNDAY: 9:45: turn.-Sunday School Confessions before Mass and Mrs. Rupert Mock Thursday

10 a. m.-Sunday School 1100 a. m.-Morning Worship .h. .. evening the chapter's social event

11:00 a. m.-Worship Service tU30 p. me-B. '1\c. The Pahokee Church for March.
\l.Iil.v..IIY111.\L'lYlrl.v.II: :IY11Y!
esa 7:30 p.m..-Evening Worship.- Invitations were in the form oLa
TUESDAYS: Of The.. Nazarene TV Guide announcement of a special -
First MethodistChurch 7:30 p. m.-Choir practice. XI Alpha. Mu. dinner program,
: '
Eahokee; "Everglades In Mock's Big Cy-
7:30 p. m.--Midweek Prayer 433 Bacom, Point Rd. ". The included barbs-
Service. Phone ,924-7528; P. O. Box 882 press. PAIIOKEE, FLA.
John A.Brie Pastor cued steaks, baked -potatoes, tossed
SUNDAY salad and dessert. Outdoor
7:30 p. m.-Ladles Auxiliary 9:45: a. m.-Sunday School
9:45 a, m.; Church., School Meeting. 11:00 a. m.-Sunday' Worship lanterns were used for lighting the SUNDAY, MONDAY, TUESDAY

.11:00..ai m.-Morning Worship/ 6:30,p. m. Juniors. Chickee and there was appropriate lIARClI.28-29-30-
6 (" liYB. music from hi-fi re
: p. m.- background
Glades ChurchRev. 7:00 p. m.-Sunday Evening
745; p.. m.-EOenings: Worship', Baptist Evangelistic Service, cordings.On "HOW TO MURDER.
:.WESD.Y; WEDNESDAY: the committee In charge of

7:00: p.-In.--Vesper V Choir prac'WEDNESDAY ( Jonathan L. Wolf) 7:30 p. m.-Midweek Prayer .arrangements were Mrs Marjorie YOURWIFE"
tie Meets in Pahokee Lions Club Howard Mrs.
Mock, Mrs. Becky
: Building. "Where but Valerie Davis, Mrs. Wilma Alley,
are a
7:45 p. m.-Mid-week devotions SUNDAY SCHOOL'9:45: a. m. you once." stranger Mrs, Lavinia Parker Mrs. Catherine VIRNA LISI
PREACHING-11:00, a. m. and and Mrs. Nina Hat-
Kennedy (IN COLOR)
8:30 Senior Choir 7:30 p. m.
p. m. prac- ton,
tice SUNDAY B. Y. F.6:30 p. m. St. Peter's Lutheran .
,'" u AI' .J: p. m. Church, Belle Glade Mrs. Ramey Returns !:J1JlII: lil.v.IIJlII.Y.'IM' Y.III

First. BaptistChurch Canal!. Point August Koerber. Pastor From Kansas Trip -'

Pahokee Baptist Church 601 W. Lake Rd., Belle Glade ...
SUNDAY: George B. Ramey motored to

Gutbrie W. Colvard' ," Pastor Lawrence Stewart Pastor Divine Services 11 A. M. Rockledge this. past weekend to, Classified Ads

SUNDAY: SUNDAY: School 9:45 A. M.i join Mrs. Ramey; who has returning .I

9:45 a. m.--Sunday School 9:49: ,a. m,..-Sunday School from Spring:. UK:, Kansas i I POSITIVELY all want ads: or

11:00 a. m.-Morning,Worship 11:00 a. m. -nromlng Worship Church Of Christ where she has been caring' for classifieds, as you wish to ,call

6:00 p. nu Evening Worship 6:30.: p. m.-vrralning Union Mr. Raraey's mother Mr. Mattia i them, are payable in advance from
6:45 p. m.-Training Union, for the past dix WI!- t 730( p..m Evening Worship 125 N. W. Avenue D Ramey his day forward. Don't phone 'em.
WEDNESDAY: WEDNESDAY: Phone WY 6-38tJ7 and Mrs. Ramey were the guestsof Write it and drop dollar 1Il1n1>

7:30 p. m.-Prayer. Service 7:3o: p. In.-Prayer Meeting Belle Glade Fla. their daughter and son-in-law, the envelope if you want it run
SUNDAY SERVICES Mr and Mrs. Hugh Miller and once. $2 if you want It run twice

The Church Of God South Side ChurchOf 10:00: a. m.-Bible Study children in Rockledge and their son and so on..nIAT'SL.

11:00: a. m.-Morning' Worship and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs ,
Of Prophecy, Pahokee ChristBelle 7:30 p. m.Evening Worship David Ramey In Cocoa before returning TIDE ATTIC that you
Canal Point Road WEDNESDAY to their home In Pahokee don't need?'A.$1-00 classified f

Glade across from 7.30 p. m.-Bible Study Surd,),. I n this column will, probably find,
John H. K nard, pastor Bowling Alley on Rd. 80 --...I --" _- i you a sale. Just wnte your ad, ea-
10:00 a. m.-Bible Study lose a dollar and we'll do,the rest.
10:00 a. m.-Sunday School Rev. C. J. Smyly, State Training
11:00,a. m.-Preaching Service 11:00 a. m.-Morning Worship Church Of God, Union Director, was the guest of The-Everglades News, Canal.Point,

7:45 p. Evangelistic Service 6:30 p. m.-Evening Service Barfield' HighwayPahokee Mr. and Mrs. J. L. McCall while Fla.

8:00: p. m. Tuesday-V.LJB., 7:30 p. m.-Wed. Bible Study attending homecoming services
8:00: p. m. Thursday-W.M.B. Fla. Sunday at the Canal Point Baptist REPAIR
Service In Clewlston
Eyeryone, welcome Special music CLASSIFIED ADS PAY .Church.
BIO DIVIDENDS A. L Stone. :Minister I South Bay, Belle Glade, Pahokee'
and'singing. Phone 924-7363 | and Canal Point. Serving the.

------. -- .- SUNDAY! NOTICE OF ANNUAL MEETING Glades for 20 years. Phone .924-
9:45: a. m.-Sunday School LAKE SUB-DRAINAGE 5626. H. L. Pitts, old Belle Glade
11:00 a. m.-Morning Worship DISTRICT road. St. Oct, 16-ch.tt
Notice U hereby given that pursuant .......
7:30 p. Evangelistic Ser- to call,of the Board of Supervisors of --
Need viceTUESDAY Pelican Lake 8ub-Dralnage District the ROOM ANn BOARD Family
Mortgage'Financing : Pelican annual Lake meeting Sub-Drainage of landowners District for of Style Meals. Inquire Shell Service

7:30 p. m.-.Prayer Service the year 1963. will be held at the office Station, Canal Point 'o>. Call'92(.
of MM District In the Rardin Build 7238 or 9249403. N20tf9'
THURSDAY: log, at Canal Point. Palm Beach Coun.
? 7:30 p. m.-Youth for Christ t jr..Florida on Monday. April 5. 1969,
at 10:30 o'clock in the forenoon for the. FOR SALE: New and Us Willys

Service.. i purpose 1. Electing of: Supervisor for a Jeeps. Walter Ashley's GarageIn
term of gee yean. Belle Glade. Phone 6-3058.
The MethodistChurch 2. Receiving annual report. and Oct. 17-54-cb.
: Whatever Your Mortgage Financing Requirements taking such 'action tilth respect
thereto as tha landowners
Canal Point, Florida determine: and may FOR SALE: Full length lace' and
Be Whether You Are 3. Transacting such other business.a nylon.
May %ntv'.come,before the meeting organdy wedding gown with:
James W. Baugher, Pastor BOARD OF, SUPERVISORS chapel train. The.number to call If
Ref SUNDAY: OF PELICAN LAKE 8UB- Interested is 924-5770.. ,
Buying,. Building, Selling or fnanqing: DRAINAGE DISTRICT A9pd
t 9:45 a, m.-Sunday School. BV Clarence W. Knecht.
\ 11:00L: m.--Morning Worship President. WANTED TO. BVYi early S
At Everglades Federal Savings Andf Publish: March 19 26V IMS. stamps
6:00' p. m-Evening Worship on or off envelopes,
rUESDAX: NOTICE OF ANNUAL MEETING ataropless (folded.'covers;), or,col.
Association You Are Assured. Ofr OR LANDOWNERS OF EAST'
Loan. 8:00 p*-m.-Womn' Society, SHORE DRAINAGE DISTRICT lections of the same. please write
tat'TuesdayWEDNESDAY Notice- U hereby given that pursuant what you have. W. Robinson:,P. O.
East: ;1 E'atr CQinmitraentsi Prompt : to East call Shore of toe Drainage Board: of Supervisors District tin of Box 2104.Delray Beach Fla A9p

7:3Q, nv-Prayer Meeting annual. meeting of landowners of
East Shore Drainage District for FOR SALE: Fat.Black
Angus beef
Se vlcp.C1'Low Coi t;; I t the year IMS. will be held at the office
or said District, In the Rsr+din BUild. 40c per pound. Ha.ItOP< whole.100 .-

t 'tyno/jr. $artyFobSororit Ing/ty. Florida at ean.LPolnPlrJm., on Uonday. .April Beach 5.Cbun laei, .to 500 pounds-- You,pick c j eer

'Group at 11:43: o'clock ta the ronnooxt for the own. I*. P. Rackley, phone 59T2491. -
purposes. of: Indiantown..
; L.e YOur Savings 1. Electing: one Supervisor for; a : : 10ep.
term of three
j years.
Tie March: social, erect of XI 2. Receiving annual report and FOR SALE Almost new 3 bed

Beta Sigma Phi.Sorority, featured taking thereto such as the action with respect room. 3 bath en home,Wl1'sell

Earn More adinner party' .at.,the.,Holiday,Inn determine: and landowners may quick. $12,500 terms.. Also,' large
Belle Glade '1Mar. 3. Transacting such other business
aturday night 4 bedroom
bath 2
a( nay r come before theme.tln story
I 20 with,husbands of members attending BOARD O? SUPERVISORS Large. ridge lot., With 3 carp.r
.as.guests.Mrs. Lola White OP AAa-ftl8'I'IUOT.EAST SHORI DRAIN- age and, upstairs apartment.. All

social chairman. and members of BY ,Clarence W. Znecht. for 25000.. Easy terms, No-telephone

bets committee were ln. 38, IMS.. information. We,have more.

; 4J't.:; ,. homes")many small businesses and
A:,slate. of?new chapter officers Income properties.: grocery stores
were elected at the March business
rooming houses' restaurants etc.
i ; meeting held.at the home of Black HillsPASSION See or call Dan Carpenter 924
aYrab eSe Annua1ly, Mrs. Elaine,Unwln.'Y..hoVa, .. elect 7153, in Pahokee. M26 2tc
ed the new president. Other of- PLAYi

V : ficers chosen for th..l .sorority FEBRUARY -"APRIL I|

Everglades: Federal Shirley year, vice were president Mrs. Shirley; Mrs. Ann Lois AT AMPHITHEATER LAKE WALES Calvin J. Peacock

White, recording secretary; Mrs. I

Margie Branch corresponding secretary Bookkeeping And
Savings. And Loan AssociationACCOUNTS ; Mrs. Louise Zaccagnlno,
Income Tax Service
Chapter representative to the

AND Beta Sigma Phi City Council; and
Mrs. Beth Wilkinson, alternate 1850 ETMain St.
LOAN INSURANCE CORP. representative.Mrs. 'WtiSSl during March

"\ J u n e Parker reported Pahokee

PAHOKEE BELLE GLADE Beta Sigma Phi's Valentine Dance ft':. Week NIGHTLY at 1 ttII I Phone 9247962OFFICE
for the benefit of the sorority's V> ,, ; !ftM-N*>,t* atv ;* PM. .

.iM ., 'Hospital Fund was an. outstanding IX REAR
t success. 71 UAkt WALKS t OF HOME ...

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Page Four The Everglades- Netsro, Canal Point, Florida 33488 =

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I L PERSONAL. t NEWS ::NOTES: 1!j, Sebring distance Set SEBRINO New covered-Race Th3 Records race Will well record aver-for N 1 ri"'II {"ti 'II'SPECIAL l1tnflr1"R' .n.RUNNING_: ON :-SCHEDULE

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;Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Byrd of I Rev. and Mrs. Guthrie Colvard I age speed, is expected to be broken < V ADIS"with
Quincy visited their many friendsin accompanied by Mrs. Foster Las- with the running of the 12 "QUO
Pahokee this week while on sitcr Mrs. Buddy Guthrie, Mrs. Hour of Sebring on Saturday,
vacation. Willie Menesco and Mrs. Frank I March 27. KerrIN
& Deborah
f Catoe attended the Vacation Bible The record was set by the 1964 Robert Taylor ,
*.*Rev. and Mrs. Don Pinson of School Clinic at the First Bap- wlnn.rsr Umberto Maglloll of It- ( COLOR)

Ft. Lauderdale spent Sunday in tist Church in West Palm Beach, aly and Mike Parkes of England.

Canal homecoming Point attending services. the Baptist Monday, March 17. The pair, co-driving a Ferrari, PRINCE THEATREWednesday
covered 1112.8 miles at a speed of
Mr. and Mrs. Lee Wroten an i
,,Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Backusof family, spent this past Sunday 92.364 miles per hour. Thursday Friday .
Star Lake, N. Y., spent this visiting her mother, Mrs. 'Velva This mark Is not likely to with- ,
past week as the house guests of II Baxter 'in Naples. stand the challenge of the 70 I I March 31, April 1-2
Mr. and Mrs. E. O. Winch. sports, GT and prototype, cars
Mr. and Mrs. Claude Shirley had that will take the famed Le Mans 7:00
Mr. and Mrs. Delmar Hooks as their weekend guests, his cous- start this year. Every maker ,of Box Office Opens : p. m.

were recent visitors In Miami ins, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Harrisof topflight racing cars In the worldIs 7:30
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Show Begins p.
where they visited their son, John Flint, Mich. represented in the full field.
Howard Hooks., The 12 Hours of Sebring cli-
Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Agner, house
Rev. and Mrs. C. D. Stewart maxes three days of racing. On "QUO VADIS"NOTE
guests of his mother, Mrs. Pearl 4
have returned to their home in Thursday and Friday, March 25
Agner, spent several days this and 26, there will be international
Statesboro, Ga., following a visit;
with friends In Canal Point and at- week visiting in Ft. Myers and motorcycle races on the 5.2 mile : 1 SHOW NIGHTLYMr.

tendance of the Canal Point Baptist I Naples., road course, and on' Friday there ..... ..on ..... .... ''=1
Church homecoming services Mrs. W. M. DuBosa had as will also be a three hour product

Sunday. While here they were. the guests this past weekend, Mr.'and tion sedan race. .
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guests of Mrs. Alma Nall. Mrs. C. B. Smith and Mrs. J. M. -- -
Morgan of Columbus, Ga. Family GatheringAt and Mrs. R O. Winch had as i Hooks of Ft. Myers. While herr
Rev. and Mrs. S. B. Jordan have
also visited with Mr. and Mrs.
recent guests, Mr. and Mrs. John- I they
returned to their home after at- :Mr. and :Mrs. John Rogers and Hatton HomeA Kelso and Mrs AnI e Lee Stanley Hooks and family.
tending homecoming at the Canal their daughter, Mrs. Laurie Just
Paint Baptist church. While here ice and children spent Sunday in family gathering and dinner 6I

they were the guests. of their son- Mami as the guests of Mrs. Rog- party was held at the home of Mr.
)in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. ers mother, Mrs. Sarah Young. and Mrs. Joe Hatton, Sr., 2678 .
Jones in Belle Glade.
Claude Bacom Point Rd., Sunday, honor-
Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Jones were ,
Mrs. Billy Sheffield is a patientat Ing Mrs. Hatton's mother, Mrs. asp
the weekend guests of their son- t
Good Samaritan hospital in Ella Crippen of Dania who was .
in-law and daughter, Mr and Mrs.
West Palm Beach following surgery celebrating her 87th birthday an
James King Gainesville.
Monday.SCHOOL'S. niversary. Also present were Mrs I
Miss Pam Boe and Miss Verlon Crippen's two other daughters

Jones of Huntingdon.. College, Mrs. Ralph Stanley of Pahokeeand
Montgomery, Ala., are expected to Mrs. Kenneth Moon of Holly- wi
arrive this weekend for a visit wood, as well as grandchildren and

with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. families and friends, approximately i

Olaf Boe and Mr. and Mrs. Elmer 70 persons in all.. .
OPEN Jones. t

Mr. and Mrs. Pete Jaudon of u.

Etarke were the overnight guests

I of Mr. and Mrs. Wiley. Tillis Tues-

day night, er QllA ITVy _

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But Bonds have other advantages Bonds for the big things you
that make them want in your future. O DAILY DOUBLE1st ,
worth your consideration. & 2nd RACES
And, of course, Bonds are
For instance,they offer you a: safe investment-as longs QUINIELAS "
just about the easiest way to there's a United States of .
save money either with the America. EVERY RACE .:
.Payroll Savings Plan where ,
:you just askyour employer to Which brings us back to 0 BIO PAYING 'r", r' .. ..,
put part of your wages aside your country again. Bonds PERFECTAS .f
toward a Bond or through help defend freedom at a time .. \
regular purchase of Bonds at when the enemies of freedom ADMISSION 25*: You name your game ping-pong check
't Jour bank. are stronger than ever. or
.. ,Another unique advantage Buy Savings Bonds. The :k I FREE PARKING en, cards or chess. Play it hard, and it

Of U. S. Savings Bonds is the banks or savings institution LUXURIOUS takes a.lot out of
way they stick with you. You that sell them don't charge 11 CLUBHOUSE you. That's when you
can get your money any time. you a penny for the service like most to settle down in"a soft chair and enjoy

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you cheer your taste. So next time you're playing
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;11 and Urs. Richard Korbly Pahdkee Belle Glade
(Kay Friend) announce the birth
of a son, Michael Warren, weigh
ing fc RM. 12 oz. on March 23 'at SALES and SERVICE
Good Samaritan Hospital. The
maternal grandparents are Mr,
and Mrs. Lewis "Friend. Heating Air Conditioning Appliances
The Rardin Building In Canal 'Point, Florida t I

THE LAKE OKEECHOBEE REGION HOME OF Buffet Supper 'ForFormer.'Pastors ._ -_ 4_ '
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the Lake Okeechobee Farming Region Without' Mrs. Paul Rardin entertained
Interruption Every Week for 40 Years with a buffet supper Saturday
Established March Published night for the former pastors and
11,1924 _- Every Friday ,
Subscription Price $2.00 Year In AdvanceThe their wives who have served the
J- Canal Point Baptist:church: duringthe
Everglades News Is Entered at the Post Office past 30 years. The supper was (
In Canal Point Florida, as Second Class Matter held in /conjunction with the'Thirtieth forgrilling: N
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Paul Rardin .. Owner, Editor,,Publisher Anniversary and Homecom- :broiling
I ing ceremonies at the church on ,
Sunday, March 21.
1 Rodney Guthrie Is VISIT :LAKELAND, TAMPA Those in attendance at the Bar- 'Praising...
Mrs. Ray Ursry and daughters, din home wage: Rev. and Mrs.
Third Place Winner Pam and Ralena were weekend Charles D. Stewart of Statesboro,

I visitors in Lakeland and Tampa. Ga.; Rev. and Mrs. S. B. Jordan,
Rodney Guthrie tied for third They were joined in Tampa by Mr. Sr., of Hialeah; Rev. and Mrs. Joe
,place in the seventh grade groupof Ursry and attended the Miss Tam- Clements, Fort ,Lauderdale; Rev. ,
students participating in the pa beauty contest as the guests of I'and Mrs. J. R. Heller, Riviera
County-wide Mathematics Tourna- Mr. and Mrs. D. L. Fender whose Beach; Rev C. J. Smyly of Jacksonville -
ment for Junior high students held daughter Miss Dixie Fender was a and the present pastor,
at Boynton Beach, March 18. Only contestant.Rev. I Rev. Lawrence Stewart and Mrs. r .
the mathematics students in Mfor
top Stewart. Rev. and Mrs. Don Pin- 1
the seventh, eight and ninth gradesin Lawrence Stewart spent son of Fort Lauderdale were un-
the Junior high schools throughout Monday thru Wednesday of this I able to attend the supper but were
Palm Beach county took partin week in Jacksonville where he rep present' for the Homecoming fes- roasting
the tournament and there were resented the Palm Lake association tivities Sunday. ,
only first, second and third place in the Christian Life ----- boiling
winners in each grade. ference. ,
con"J Beta Omicron Has ,4

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Beta Omicron Sorority met
Thursday night March 18 at the
TOM GREENAWAYBoy home of Mrs. Sheila Ames and
( Scout leader) elected a new slate of officers for
the coming year. They are as follows -
DRINKS 'MILK.(2glasses president, Mrs. Frances st
Adams; vice president, Mrs. Sally
ad&t Mayo, recording secretary, Mrs.
Arthur Starling corresponding
HOW ABOUT YOU? secretary, Mrs. Kay Korbly;
.' treasurer, Mrs. Carolyn Jernigan;
: ; rraico GOOD TO BE dUCT FO .1ME' UNO orfrying baking r
\ city council representative, Mrs. ,
Sheila Ame and alternate city

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Following the business meeting;
d from the Treasury of a free ,. ipp
message p op a social in the form of a steak supper
was held at the home of Mr. /
',1 '- l l lA lH lM ls I I and Mrs. Fred Wolfe with husbands '.. "
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t I meeting will be held at the homeof
l Mrs. Louise Brown with Mrs. .

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f. Mrs. J. A. Groover of West
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Mrs. J.'P. Parker in Canal Point.( r: 1jtericooking... .

M n. George:Kingsley of Canal.Point .
entered ,Good Samaritan hospital, the Sure, day, modern way ,
West Palm Beach, Wednesday'to: J> ,ej.for a kitchen that's

\ undergo surgery. r cooler, cleaner, safer .
,Each of the seven 'deVomlrik'Uons of Merles "E 'Saving* for precious peace-of-mind .
President of the United States. If Mrs Elmer Manson is a patientat
Bonds shows a different ...get.automatic
I you're interested in this kind of art, the seven make a nice Good'Samaritan hospital where ," ."
; collection. she underwent surgery Wednes ELECTRIC RANGE ":,
( ) '. Along with the hobby,'Savings" Bonds'offer itch extras day. i' oiill love H! .
as riskless) investing,'33V4? more money at maturity, and I : :
financial freedom for your future. .
''to But there are other kinds of freedom tied In with J011I'I I i; ': ,See the handsome styles > ?..'
purchase of Savings Bonds. Freedom to speak your piece, } themIoGooDI and colon at yourpplianct
I choose your job, and own your property, to name a few.' f electric dealer
Every Bond you buy helps) our government further the. H
_: : cause of freedom everywhere ,In the world today,. .
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-C. Savings Bonds now? Only) $18.75 '
each for the George Washington ''ip' '
I variety, at your bank or on Payroll f HERE'S NO MATCH
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you'own now are better than ever

Q:.How does the new 3%% interest rate benefit me? check every six months for the life of the Bond. !
You E Bonds at 75 of face value and the :
A: With Series E Bonds the rate turns $18.75 into buy %
$25.00 fourteen montb; faster than the old rate. interest accumulates to maturity.II Bonds provide
income for living while E Bonds build a I
Your savingiincrease faster, becauae Bonds expenses,
your .
mature in just 7 9 months. nest egg for the future.r.lbat' why many retired ,
years people hold and families saving for, achfld's
IJ-Bonds say
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With Series H Bonds, the 10-year maturity period
: education, buy E Bonds.Q .
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months.With both E and H Bonds the new,rate Q:In what denominations can I buy series E and series, )' I

workaoutto2nfortbe1irstyearanda.haltitbm H Bonds?

a << 44 year At K Bonds $21 (cost 18.75, $50 (cost $37.50)), $100 .j .
Q:When did the new rate become effective?' (cost $75.00), $200 (cost $150.00)), $500 I.'t.

A: June 1, 1959. (coat $375.00), $1,000 (cost $750.00), .
$10,000 (cost$7,500.00).
.... Q:Does the new rate change the Bonds I bought before H Bonds: $500, $1,000, $5,000 and $10,000. They 'r-'', -.-
June 1, 1959 are priced: at face value. "

A:All older and H Bonds par more now-an extra tib How safe ace U.S. Savings Bends? ....'M t 1.4-' .j1nnnl1ow.onwbenhe1d'tomaturltT.The' t'.. .
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crease takes effect la the first full interest period ,:"
save? The United States Government guaranteestfae&ah ;
after June L value of your Bonds. will not drop, that 1* ,
Q. :Will the Bonds I own automatical/! earn d.L.UlClE'Dew can en1y grew.Qs .

rate? What if my Bonds should be lost, stolen or destroyed .
At Yes You don't need to de a tfafaf-juat boLl oa to ? \, .

Bonds.As .
your At You can't lose. Every Bond purchased is recorded ; "
Whetuny B Bonds mature, will they keep oa earning by the Z reaeury If anything 'happens to you

interest? Bond they are replaced-free.Cb I

A:Yes.Anautomaticl & extension. prfrflefft weal Where can I buy Beads?
into effect along witk-the BOW interest rata Thk .: '... tJOEJD -y
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Bonds end'.buy new eeet? doatod emery payjiar.. TW Bead' yea W; ':byisttafiaent :

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Regular MeetingThe

,,/ Plan Moves Ahead Junior High Camera Club Came Thru Hialeah ee n Your Foti

.1 met on March 24 at 9:45 a. m. All
;tI/ The ''Florida Baptist Education the members were present at the HIALEAH-The State of'Flor-
I Commission is moving ahead with meeting. The club saw a film on ida, its 67 counties and old age assistance -
plans for the new Baptist College "Cameras and Careers" All the fund all derived record-
to be built in Palm Beach Gard- members thought the film was BuyU.w
from Hialeah's most successful -
above average. On May 5, the club revenue
ens.Members of the commission met plans to take a field trip. horse race meeting, January
In West Palm Beach with the Col- The meeting was adjourned at 16 through March. 3. 1
lege Committee :which is conductIng 10:32 a. m. The next meeting will Florida's pioneer track, celebrating -: Hi
I the 91,500,000 building fund be held on April 7. All the members its 40th anniversary (1925- _
campaign in Palm Beach County are to bring pictures I jto the 1965)) produced an unprecedented
I *in behalf of the Palm-Lake Baptist meeting. totaj) of $9,613,701.28 in taxes for
Association of 31 churches. -Lowell Gray, ReporterIntangible the state. Of the all-time high
(, Charles Walker, chairman of the i $75,770,973 wagered at the 40-day
Education Commission and dean' Tax meeting,this winter, the state received -
of students at Miami-Dade Junior $6,061,678 as its 8 percent,
College, said that three committees To Be Investigated along with 391613.5Q as 50 per
would report to a Commission cent of the breakage and $160
I meeting in Jacksonville on March TALLAHASSEE-State Comp 409.78 in admissions taxes.
troller Ray E. Green has orderedan The grand total 'in taxes to the
22.Dr. of the state from Hialeah since 1932 now '
Broward Culpepper, execu- investigation intangible I - ------ -- - - - -
tive secretary of the Florida Boardof : tax payments of every major corp- stands at $121,771,303.47. During fund for the aged. The all-time AT BARWICK FUNERAL
Regents, is chairman of the Ed- oration of Florida. that period, the track was closed totals are $45,485,815.76. for the I Mr and Mrs. Eugene Barwick
Is because of World War 11, in 1943
ucation Commission's committeeon The action by the comptroller counties and $71,657,193.37 for old
finances. The Florida Baptist a result of an apparent discrepancy and 1945. age assistance. i have returned to their home from
Convention, in its 1964 convention in the tax declarations of the Of the immense revenue the This was the 10th time in 11 'Thomasville, Ga., where they were
voted to contribute $1,100,000 to St. Joe Paper Co. which is owned State of Florida receives from Hialeah years that Hialeah racing has called by the death of his father,
the college following successful by DuPont estate. St. Joe last year racing, the 67 counties share yielded the state well above $6 C. J. Barwick. Mr BarwIck age
completion of the local $1,500,000 paid Intangible taxes on $32 mill- equally in 3 percent of the total I million in taxes. The previous high 95 died Wednesday, March 17. He
campaign.Dr. Ion worth of stocks, bonds and. mutuels handle and all of the state was $6,408,382.27 in 1960. is survived by three sons, J. S.
Doak Campbell, president cash, but its annual statement to admission taxes, while old age as- Barwick, Pahokee; Albert Bar-
sistance receives 5 percent of the j wick, and John
emeritus of Florida State University stockholders shows the companyowns Pompano Billy
is heading another committee $88 million worth. Green has total mutuels handle and 50 percent APPRECIATIONI Barwick, Thoraasvllle. Attendingthe
.for the selection of trustees not accused St. Joe of any wrong- of the breakage. would like to thank my many funeral services from Pahokee
for the new Baptist College.The L doing and the investigation will be Thus Hialeah's 1965 operation friends for their cards, calls,\ and were J. S. Barwick, Mr. and Mrs.
third committee, chaired by routine with complete cooperationby will enable the 67 counties to, flowers during my recent illness Jeff Barwick, Mr and Mrs. Ray
Dr. Robert Walker, professor of Ed Ball, operating head of Du split up a total of $$2,433,539/' and confinement in the hospital. Hatton and Mr. and Mrs. Joe Hat-
chemical engineering at the University !- Pont estate while $4,180,16225 will go into the | Ray Hawk, Sr. ton, Jr.

of Florida, is working on
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statements of policies and object-
ives for the college. f' .
The Education Commission
members heard a report on the .
campaign's progress. Members of ,
,the Palm-Lake. Baptist Associa {
tion's churches are being solicitedfor
campaign pledges .(payableover '
three calendar years (July 1, Chevrolet 1
1965-June 30,1968)) four tax years.
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Rogers Asks Repeal ." ,

Phone Excise Tax .
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CongressmanPaul .
Rogers introduced legislation '.V' f
today to repeal the excise tax on / 'l1J I".
telephone service.Rogers \ jt,. .J;; "
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said "To repeal this tax :. I d' I. .
will cut everyone's telephone bill by I I ,
10 percent. Florida telephone users "
would immediately realize savIngs I
of well over $20 million each. .,
year. 1
The Florida Congressman si teed i
that the tax is paid by tele
phone users and not the telephone I
companies. He said the Federal
government imposed the tax dur ,
ing World War II in an effort to
curb unnecessary use of the tele-
phone, and that telephone companies
pay the 10 percent tax to
the government after they collectit
from subscribers .
'"The telephone has become a
necessity of modem life." Rogers ,
said. "Businesses depend on it, and 1 y
the personal life of America has
been deeply affected by this. util
ity. To continue to impose a Federal I
t tax on telephone service works
I a'hardship! on the average citizen
: :. whops already overburdenedwith, workpower"walks"
: ;;t:. IR 1?""" : Federal, State, and 'local"'taxes.. ;:
Rogers' bill ''t s
would apply to .local s
i service as well as long dist
ance calls.
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