The Everglades news
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 Material Information
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: April 23, 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
notis - AKF8469
lccn - sn 95026042
System ID: UF00079910:00174
 Related Items
Succeeded by: Glades observer
Succeeded by: Everglades observer

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Joe Thompson Will Crash Kills FriendOf 23.9c Gasoline For i'II C. P. Garden Club Power Co., Donates .

Bob KennedyMr. Had Botany Study

Be New President Week End Opening I $700 To Hospital
and Mrs. Norman Kennedywere I I Mrs. Leo P. Hebert conducted a

called to Monticello, Ark., botany study of flowers at the
Local Rotary ClubThe Tuesday morning to be with their New Rex Oil PlaceHow April meeting of the Canal Point Landscape Plan

son, Bob Kennedy who is reported I Garden Club Thursday at the Com- ;

suffering from critical injuries received munity Building Mrs. G. H- Tucker -
nominating committee of in a car-train accident near long since you've bought president, presided. John H. The Pahokee Garden Club, at the
the Pahokee Rotary club appointed gasoline for less than a quarater Pa- April meeting. in the Everglades
Monticello at 9:30: p. m. April 19. Howell D. C. T. coordinator at
by President Mike Sanders baa Bob was returning from an Easter of a dollar a gallon Quite a while hokee High School spoke on "Food Federal Community Room Tues
made its recommendation to the probably. Now comes a new station day morning acknowledged receiving
weekend spent at the home of his and Flowers". Mrs. Paul Rardin
dub with full slate of officersfor from the' Florida Power ant
a In Pahokee The Rex Oil "
classmate Joe Thompson. Joe was and Mrs. J. H. Miller were hostesses '.
the coming year. Joe Thompson Company advertising regular Light Company a check for $700.00
killed in the crash when the car I I during the serving of re-
at present vice president of smashed into a train at an un- I gasoline for 23.9 cents per gallon\ ]:freshments. to be used in the club's programof
the club, will bo elevated to the guarded crossing with no signal .and ethyl at 26.9 per gallon for landscaping and beautifying the
position of president at the begin- lights. i. today (Friday) and Saturd.yopening I new Everglades Memorial Hospital

ning of the new Rotary year on .. specials. Ladies Night Next grounds,
July 1. The new Rex station has been Mrs. Don Hillier, president,
In the vice president's spot will Legislative Bills made out of the former Dog and named Mrs. William S. Plumer
be John D. Rogers and C. G. (Win- Suds place and is an attractive Thursday Night chairman of the club's committee

dy) Willis will become secretary, + service station with new and mod- which will work with ,the Pahokca:
according to the nominating com- 't Affecting City Of ern equipment throughout. It is By Pahokee Rotes High School Student Council in
mittee's recommendation. J. I. situated in Pahokee between the promoting the proposed contestin

Moore will be the new treasurer. !Pahokee In MillSeveral newly constructed Pure Oil Station which the litter receptacles, 1,
Heading the four important I I and the Gulf ,Oil Corporation station I The annual Ladles Night pro- which the. city Is placing on the
committees, the nominating group i I on north Main street, directly gram of Pahokee Rotary will beheld streets to help keep the downtown I

chose men of outstanding abilityas I II bills have been introduced across the street from the 441 I I next Thursday night, April auction neat ,and clean will be
chairmen. Director "A" is W. I In the state legislature affecting Steak House. 29 at The Inn at Royal Palm made more attractive with decorative '

D. Howard, Director "B" is John the City of Pahokee and the George Hood of Hollywood Is the i Beach, according to an announce- paintings.Mrs. .
Howell. Director "C" is C. R. Northwestern Palm Beach County manager tentatively while a new I ment yesterday by Mike Sanders L. L. Shirley reported 26 A
Wetherington and 'Director "D" is Public Hospital Board. The bills manager for the station I is to be president of the club. Easter arrangements were ,made
Lee Shirley. All directors are longtime have been passed in the House of found and broke In. Mr. Hood II Featured speaker for the special for the food trays of patients at
members of the club and ,I Representatives and sent to the'!pointed out that his concern, with Ladies Night program will be the Everglades Jfmorla.l'1Jo.pltal. !
i know full well the ideals of Ro- Senate where passage is assured I headquarters in Ft: Lauderdale, Joe B. Rushing, president of It was announced Mrs. Hillier and \

tary, therefore, the upcoming year because the proposed laws carry handles only top quality products.He I't Broward Junior College According Mrs. Lloyd Hundley, vice 'president .
of Rotary should be an excellent referendum. extends a cordial 'Invitation to to advance reports Mr. Rushing, ,. will attend the District 10

[ one, following the very successful One proposed law would en- motorists to vUjjt the?new station Is an interesting speaker and those, club presidents conference la, ., ,
"" year being brought, to a ,dose ,by large"th'' tpoweri':of*th! *tlDSpiial this,VeelTwherepremiums. are be- who' are to be In attendance vie Okeechobee; :MayjO" >"'Alscr-aiinoune- *.:.*1 1t

I President Mike Sanders and his board to the point where it could Ing offered with'each five gallon I assured of a pleasant evening (Continued. ....on. Page B'
r = efficient group of officials. operate 'a nursing home in the purchase of gas. President Sanders said that he is -"--

present hospital building to be va- expecting 100 percent attendanceof I Gamot Is
!{ cated soon with completion of the VISIT PANAMA CITY Rotarians and their wives for RunningFor
Funeral Services
new hospital. this special annual event. Delightful -I
One proposed law affecting the Mr. and :Mrs Bill Shirley have souvenirs of the occasion will City CouncilFormer

For Jesse Ford 59 City of Pahokee has to do with the returned to their home after a be presented to the Rotaryannes,

I If naming of a police Judge to serve weekend visit with her nephewand the president said. The event Js I Pahokee Councilman A
Instead of the mayor. Another law niece, Mr. and Mrs. Buddy scheduled for 7:30 p. m.
f Funeral services were held Wednesday would provide for the mayor to be, McLemore, at Panama City and --... J. Gamot is an active candidate
for a council seat in. Group Two,
morning at Wetherington a mayor-councilman with voting Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Adams and Victor L. Geiger has returnedto according his announcement in

f Funeral Home chapel for Jesse G. power and a member of the five Rev. and :Mrs. J. :M. quigley at his home from Good Samaritan f this week's Issue of, this newspaper .
Ford, 59, who died Monday in man governing board of the city. Fort Walton Beach. Hospital, West Palm Beach. Mr.
I Qamot point. to his ex*
Everglades Memorial Hospital following Still another law would provide fora ..
perience as a and
I an Illness that has lasted civil service board in the city '
less than Burial was at Present were promises a progress!* tjid Impar-
aear. city'counctlmen
t '
tial administration of tie city'sbusiness
I Port Mayaca cemetery. He was agricultural thoughtful enough to provide for, Beef Cattle Field Day if elected. I
superintendent for Os- referendums on all of the bills they
I Candidate Gamot came to Palm
I ceola Farms of Canal Point. have sponsored in the legislaturethus
Beach county In 1926 'and has lived I
, A native of Lake View, S. c., giving the citizens and tax- \
ProgramEVERGLADES in Pahokee for the past 33
r Ford spent 31 years in Cuba in the payers the final say. S ,he has successfully operated yearswhere
sugar Industry, prior to the adventof i -
a merchandise establishment. He
the Castro government. He mov- EXPERIMENT STATION is a former president of the Paho J
Last Rites Held
ed to Canal Point at that time.
APRIL 29, lOOtS kee Lions club and an ardent civic
Ford is survived by his. widow,
_.. ",' club worker. He solicits the vote J
Mrs. Esther Ford Instructor
an '
1 ,*. For Cecil Chastain MOitrraNO KENT PRICE MODERATOR It. t and support of the citizens and
t. ; in the Pahokee Elementary School, .1., : taxpayers of Pahokee. f
son, Ray, and daughter, Mary 9:00 Registration f i .....:.
t fa JU1. both of whom were attend- Cecil Chastain. 6d, '"'
Last rites for "
I > college at. the time of, theirfather's were held in Atlanta on Wednesday 9:23 Welcome. .... ... Wr. T. Forsee.. Jr,. New Hour;Are Set' ,

t l' \ death.Sugar following his death in a West 9:30 Experiments with Thlabendazole ,,m..,: C. E.'Haine.!
.. Palm Beach hospital on Sunday.He .
9:43 Temperature and winterkill of Local Post OfficeThe
\ was a former resident of Parhokee
1\ House Ends pasture grasses R J. Allen, Jr.
and a sister of Mrs. Mae C.

Pope mwger of the Glades Of- 10:00: Why fertilize that pasture ..... F. H. Thomas Post Office Department this iI
Fairly Good Year fice Building. J. J. Chastain of week authorized Postmaster Mrs.
10:13: Pasture weed control suggestions J. R. Orsenlgo
brother and MrsMa-
Arcadia iii Edythe Smith to write money orders -
bel Cbllota of New York City is 10:23 What plants poison farm animals? R. W, Kidder accept box rents and renderall

: Glades Sugar House owned another sister 10:35, Recess postal service on Saturday
and operated by the Sugar ''Cane He Is also survived'by his mornings provided the Post Office

:, Growers Cooperative of Florida mother, Mrs. J. V. Chastain, who 10.50:: Sugarcane by-producU for will be closed on Wednesday afternoons

.. closed .down a week ago Wednesday made her home In Pahokee cattle feed _.. _____ H. I* Chapman, Jr. on a year around basis.
I following a successful grinding with Mrs. Pope and her husband, This will mean that the Post
'U. season according to mill officials. at 2497 Bacom Point Road, and 11:10 Limited steers and full-feeding_ .of young Office In Canal Point will b. open
on pasture C. E. Halnes
I 17': four sons-Cecil Jr., Walter, Don on Saturdays from 8:30: a. m. until '
: There was a record 1,235.000 and John all of Atlanta. I 11:30 Certain dlseases'affectlng reproductionin 12:30 p. m. for ,the transaction of
i tons of sugar cane ground during Funeral services were held in beef cattle _I G. T Edds of all business including the sale

approximately Atlanta at the Patterson Springs 11:50 Question period of money order, acceptance of box
Funeral Home following shipment rents. etc. The office will be openon
The grinding season lasted five of the body from here by the Pa- 12:00: Lunch Wednesdays from 8:30 a. m.

and one-half months. b o k e e Wetherington Funeral AFTER.'Vo01V until 12:30 p. m. for the transaction -
Although the severe freeze during I Home. of all business but win be close
the winter gave the cane pro- A.. ."V 1:30 et'lmport situation. .-._. T.. j. Cunha ed on Wedneday afternoons on a
duction a severe set-back mitt Mr. and Mrs. A. T. Holt spent year-around. basis.
1:50 >t' '" DARE program for south Florida ,,,.L,T. York, Jr.
officials are happy over the outcome the holidays with friends TborolasviHe The changes will become effective

of the season as a whole. I Ga 2:10 Field trip April 24, 1969.


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Friday AjuH 23, 19G
Two ,_ The Everglades News, Canal Point Florida 33438 r -=
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Fun Day Plans Are I "" Mrp

-=: ii Made By 4-H ClubPlans

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for the annual Palm Beach
11 mID Phone 996-2550
County,4-II Fun Day tQ, be held at Phone 924-5511
I J Pr I '" the Jonathan Dickinson State tahokee Belle GladeS
I Park near Jupiter Saturday, June
: 5, were made at the meeting of the
[] Palm Beach County 4-H CouncUjn : and SERVICE
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-.= the Mounts Building on Military
Trail with Presi-
Friday morning
dent Nancy Harrington preslling' Heating Air Conditioning Appliances

The Rardin Building In. Canal Point, Florida Fun Day activities will Include the.
naming of delegates to attend -
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the .State 4-H Conference ,A t ...
THE NEWSServing the University of Florida, Gainesville -.----.- --- ----- -- -

EVERGLADES also ins June. .. '""
the Lake Okeechobee Fanning Region :Without At th?County Council,meeting

.. Interruption Every Week for 40.Years. Friday Peggy Bitting of Canal
Point. the devotionals and
Established Marckll; 1924 f Pubjished F very Friday gave
asslted of -
; Penny Pennlngtpo CieYvistonja '
,S b crJptlon.Prlce $2.00 Year In Advance
-- u. ,. .. leadingtfie group singing
The Everglade New Is Entered at the Post OfficeIn of 4-H songs. The pledge of allegiane -
Canal Point, Florida, as Second Class Matter $o" the Flag .and. the a;H _
pledge were led by .Jimmy Faker for grilling, _
Paul Rardin Owner, Editor, Publisher) and Jack P.ayne! pf Belle, Glade.
------- broiling
r. i ,. w/yi Attending,the. 4-County Council ,

JJeauty Contest late House Party Attended addition meeting to Nancy from Canal Harrington Point and In braising... '

Changed To June 11 By Junior GA GrouP Peggy Bitting, were Ross Harrington

and Mrs. A. R. Harringtonand
WILDWOOD -The Miss1I75 Attending the Associational JunIor Mrs. Bruce Bitting, 4-H lead

l Fjforlda.v'- Beauty Pageafl originally GA House Party at Bible ers.Retardation. -S .

scheduled for, the WJldwood( .interChange .- Town, Boca Raton on Friday and
: May, 1 has been set back Saturday ,of last weekend from Is
to June 11, according to the Pure the First Baptist Church of Pa- : Florida Problem
Oil Company.. hokee wre Julie Unwin Association t R.

The oil company's Wildwood Junior GA president; ,Jan I 'WORTHINGTON His name tt t
Truck Stop atthe.interchange will Britton, Kathy! Wilkinson Pam
be I the scene of the pageant the Story, Debbie Culberson, Karen is Billy. He Is eight years old and,

winner of which will symbolize Aldridge, Darlene Reynolds, Penny !from all outward appearances, he
the $48 billon U. S. Interstate McCoy, Lila Gore, Bea Wroten, :is just like other boys his age- for roasting,

Highway system of 41,000 milesof Debbie McCoy, Kathy Britton, but yet he Isn't. Billy is a mental 4b boiling
super traffic arteries. Alana Martin and Becky Woods. retardate. Because of his birth ,
"< The date set back made by Pure They were accompanied by Mrs. defect, Billy isn't accepted by oth- )
011 Co officials to allow more time David Unwin counselor. Mothers er children and ,never seems to Y stewing...
for preparations to stage a pageant who furnished cars hwere Mrs. W. have anyone to play with.
commensurate to the symbolthe K Aldridge, Mrs. Calvin, Britton, Although Billy is a name fictitiously
titled young beauty will rep Mrs. Gene Gore and Mrs. Le used he and other boys SS
resent. Wroten. Attending from Canal and girls throughout Florida do
Point with Mrs Grady .Echols
exist. They need professional guid- ,'m 55 5' SS
MOCK'S HAVE EASTER GUEST were: Wanda Hitchcock, Brenda f
ance, training and adequately supervised
Browning, Julia Van Landingham playlearnlng atmospheres.This .
.Mr. and Mrs. Rupert Mock and and Teryl Echols...
.. need has been recognized by
family, had as Easter guests their
i a group of people Interested in .
son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Varian L. Bennett of Detroit >-
child welfare who have pooled *....
,Mrs. David ,W, Ramey of Cocoa Michigan, was guest of Mr. and resources and are doing somethingfor
sand their son.and daughterinlawMr. : Mrs..,J. G."Ford, and family in Canal the mentally retarded child.

Jacksonville.. and Mrs. Rupert Mock,;Jr., of week.Point for a few days this past First step was ,the organizationof for baking,

a summer camp for the. "sPecIal -
child", called Camp Chlpola frying, glazing...
which will officially open this

June. A complete program of sum- f,
I mer camping activities will be
.4l available under the supervision of
trained, experienced counselors.The .
director, William G, Pet R"s.. r.tit.
ers, a school teacher with a M..!\.. r
in guidance counseling.of mentally & .
F retarded children. Also on the

staff In addition to a consulting .
physician is a registered nurse and (', ': .
Charles M. Coaker, A. B., M. 8- I v ,.
who is clinical' psychologist With '( .. ;. i...!... .
the Child Guidance Clinic of Pinel- 1 r'.1{, &- :
RY '
mT .fl tr"
las County. #
Camp Chlpola meets all the requirements .! I t.''\.

'etiodo X01T of the Florida Conference ... .
of.Social Welfare; the Amer- ; \ ,'" '

; .. 'teas "Camping Association; Florida .: ,,f:.
"f. ,
State Board of Health; American
f .. ., -.!il 11! \.' i
j Man, of Crippled 'Children and Jt r' "
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.,!' 4m.t.a' guide for Camping for ,, : t.f';
Handicapped. It is also approved

.:;i \ WfTy should you ,buy !by.....the, University_of Florida for fQ.r'a'round ';:
(' ... ,*.. >. 'JV '1, graduate work In the-field of spec-

t 'U.s. Savings Bonds when there are ';..; ial educationCamp Chlpola. ; .Is. located\,on 70 '
acres in North Florida near Wor- better cooking. :
: JJ 'tiity 'b\her i Food investments?, .. ington. The camp site is on the .. .; .f .

bank of the Santa Fe River.,Sup "\ t
I ervised activities will Include hik- the sure,easy, modem way .
.for a kitcnent&at'a r
ing, cookouts nature study sessions
To help your country' is one" But if you're like: most people, and other programs that are cooler, cleaner. safer. '.. J'" :.
an.wef'and a good one. you'll hang on to your Saving
But Bonds ha other ,advantages Bonds for the big things you featured at summer camps every- for precious peace-of-mind ,: .
that make them ,want in your future. where. ;' "get a flamelees auto'ma"ticELECTRIC ; .

worth ypuCQniidera ion.."1( And, of course Bonds art Those desiring further informa- RANGE t
For instance offer tion on Camp Chlpola should writeto
I. ,they you a safe Investment-as long You'll love itl! .
just about the easiest way to as there's a United States of : Youth Services, 1407 22nd St. :
save money: either with the America. South St. Petersburg.
'Payroll Savings Plan where ... .- .
you just ask your employer to Which brings ,us back to See'the handsome styles ,.
put part of your wages aside your country again. Bonds Eastern Stars 'and colon at)'OUr'1 '<,)'
defend freedom at time
toward a 1 Bond or through help a
I regular purchase of Bonds at when the enemies of freedom Attend AnniversaryMembers v electric appliance dealerTHERE'S
your bank. are stronger than ever.

Another unique advantage Buy Savings Bonds. Thiof of the Pahokee Chapter
U. 8. Savings Bonds is the banks of savings institutions
way they stick with you. You that sell them don't charge of the Eastern Star who at
can get your money any time. you a penny for the service tended the 21 anniversary of the
Belle Glade Eastern Star were NO MATCH
Mrs. Ruth Meredith grand representative -
to Missouri, Mrs. Jessie
: ;. KepJredo.m.r"" your future, with Barnes, chairman of the OES magazine ELECTRIC COOKING
U.S. BONDSVJI. for District 18, Mrs. Jennie
'," McKlnstry,. chapter secretary and
Mrs. Peggy Sizemore.. .
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\ The Treasury explains why the new ones you. buy and the ones '". +,

you own now are better than ever

(h 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 $18.76 into You buy E Bonds at 75% of face value and the .
$25.00 fourteen months faster than the old rate. interest accumulates to maturity. H Bonds provide
Your savings increase faster, because your Bonds income for living expenses, while E Bonds build a
mature in just 7 9 months. nest egg for the future. That's why many retired,
years people hold tyBonds and families saving for; a
; << say
With Series H Bonds the
10-year maturity period
,Chi1d:. education, buy E Bonds. \\
stays the same but more interest is paid you each
<:' six months.With both E and H Bonds the'new.rate Q: In what denominations can I buy series B and series \'
works out to 2H%for,the first year and half; then H Bonds?
a guaranteed 4% each year to maturity. Ai E Bonds $25 (cost $18.75), $50 (cost $37.50)), $100 ; .
Q:When did the new rate become effective? (cost $75.00), $200 (cost $150.00)), $500 .. .' : :
', ,' A: June 1, 1959. (cost $375.00), $1,000 (cost $750.00), 11'-. "
cost$7,500.00)). ;' .(
$10,000 ( ; .
:I.; Q Does the new the Bonds I before a ",
: rate change bought H Bonds $500, $1,000, $5V000 and $10,000. They j
'",\ i. June 1, 1959 are priced at face values *" h,
Aj AU older E and H Bonds more now-an extra 'rt
pay .
Qt How safe U.S. Savings Bonds? '
are .t'f"
%% from now on,when hel d'to maturity. The in-
f. bt A Savings Bonds absolutely riskless to t ,I" "' ,
"S: C11ase.takes effect in. the first full interest. period are an way : .,
.. '. r IUnited Government' guarantees + '
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the cash value of your Bonds will not drop, that it
Q Will the Bond I own automatically earn their new can only grow., ,,......"..'. '

I rate? 'Qt What if tay Bonds should, be lost, stolen or d...
"' .:J, '. At Y e You don't need to do a thing just hold on IiU'lUoyed7 '
your Bonds. 1 '.
At You Bond is recorded : '
Cb Whenjiy B Bonds mature, will they keep on earning by CTreuury: 1 anything purchased' appeni to you* \ ,, ,,; :
.t interest? Bonds they are replaced--free.> : 1

A Yes.An automatic 10-year eteuaaprfvf1e! went (b Where can: I bur Bonds: ? "
'I! into effect along with tile new interest rate. !XhSf A'BuyE fl
means your E Bonds wffl automatically. keep waning ; Bondsatat r,bask--it takes otyly a fenmiss:\I 'i,+ ':. '
interest after maturity.fe ate. BtIY them automatScaPY throe h u. payroll !
Savinp PLsi whet.3 work This Plan mean yoa -
With the new interest. rate, should I cash la my old can have'any amount you name automa ,y.. )y'''
r Bonds and bar new one"*? ducted 'every m1aY. Tbn Bonds you boy 'by

Ai. No. Ths automatic H% increase make It tn>neo- installments are .delivered to'you., automatically, '. i I
J e my and fJs a!most inry{Ale Jt Ja to pour adran- teaYear.bank wfll tab your order for,H ends., t :.J";'

tae to. retain. your-j>resnt+ Bonds.At Cb How do I Help' strengtn.L-..a America's s peace power. "
How seeks H Bonds different from ---! B.
are RUa. whca I boy U.S. Saringa Bonds? '

.. I Bonds At Fsaoo cotta money-money for mffitanr. strength I "
') .' At The chief difference is this:: Ton boy H Bonds.at and foe.science.: And money land. .by iodirlduato. .,, ,t.!. .
fact Yoh i tad the fDtareetll paid b7 7Yeateey helps keep oar economy sound.' 0. H



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Friday, April 23, 1965
Page Four The Everglades News, Canal Point, Florida 33438

: -Eastern Air Lines CARD OF THANKSWe I'Council Of 100 To

I wish to thank the hospital

I I.FRSONANESNOY1U I Has Record Month I personnel of our dear for husband their solicitous and father care Meet On April 29-30

MIAMI-More passengers were I during his final Illness. Also, we ORANDO Annual meeting of

flown by Eastern Air Lines in wish to thank all of our many The Florida Council of 100 will be

Mrs. W. E. Lupo, Dillon, S. C"j Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Scruggs March than in any month in the friends who have been so very kindto held April 29-30 at the Doral Hotel

and Mrs. Arthur Cadorette of spent the Easter weekend as the history of air travel. A total of us during the Illness and burialof and Country Club, Miami Beach.

Lake View, S. C., were In Canal guests of their son-in-law and 218,112 Miami passengers were I our dear husband and father,
Point for the funeral of' Jesse G. daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Calvin flown by Eastern during the period I'Jesse G. Ford. This will be the; first meeting of

Ford,, their brother: and cousin. Padgett and family at Waldo. -49,432 more than in March of I Mrs. Esther F. Ford I the Council for Gov. Haydon
I I Miss Mary Ann Ford Burns under the leadership of the
Miss Mary Ann Ford arrived Ricky Parker spent the Easter 1964.Miami the four I Gorham Ford new chairman, Ben Oehlert, whois
for Ray
Atlantic Union South the guest of his grand- passengers :
from College, holidays as of Minute Maid
.. also president
winter months j!
December through ,
Lancaster, Massachusetts, 1 a a t mother, Mrs. J. A. Groover in
March also totaled well above the I I 1 I Company.
week to be with her father, J. G. West Palm Beach. same months, last During this Birthday Party For Host for the meeting Is Jay Kis-

I I Ford, in, his last Illness. Mr. and Mrs. Jess Elliott had as period Eastern flew year.801,000 pas- I y i Twin Daughters lak of the J. I. Klslak Mortgage

Mrs.W. E. Lupo, Dillon, S. C, their guests through the Easter sengers in and out of Miami, which Corp. of Florida. Gov Burns will

sister of J. G. Ford, and his broth weekend, their son and daughter- was 170,586 more than the same (I i Dr. and Mrs. R. L. Hatton entertained be the speaker at the banquet

er, Paul Travis Ford, also of Dill- in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Pat Elliott period of the winter of 1963-64. with a birthday party Friday. April 30.,

en, S. C., were the guests of Mr. and daughter of Gainesville. honoring their twin daughtersLisa I e.

and Mrs. J. G. Ford and family 11RS.lclNTOSII VBTS I and Lori on their fourth birth- Miss Elinor Brackin and herI
Airman 3-c Mike Maxson has weekend
brother, Steve, were the
during this past week. Mrs. H. M. Mclntosh is the guest day at their home Sunday After- I
returned to McCoy AFB, Orlando I guests of their parents, Mr. and
Mayor and Mrs. Duncan Padgetthad following an Easter visit ,with his this week of her daughter and noon. Appproximately 25 children Mrs. Loyd Brackin, in Eagle Lake.
family, Mr. and Mrs. Sidney A. I I I and 20 adults most of which were
as weekend guests their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Max- While there, they visited their
F. If.
Stubbs .Jr., at Gainesville. While relatives and Dr. and
and son-in-law Mr. and
son. who was
'daughter Mrs. J. C. Harris,
there she will Poteeto and children attended.CLASSIFIED sister,
help her twin grand-
Mrs. Albert Garcia and family of the Winter Haven
Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Sears had daughters celebrate their second ] .e a patient In
Tampa and son and daughterinlaw -
Rev. and Mrs. Donald Pad- as guests this past weekend, their birthday. ADS PAT I Hospital.

son and family, Dry and Mrs. I
gett and family of Chatta oochee.
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Charles Sears and sons, Bruce and -------- --

Reid of Fort Pierce.

TAXES FOR THE YEAR 193) Rev. and Mrs. Lawrence Stewart '. ",: '
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that Jn and children spent Friday in Lake- "I"
accordance with the provlaloiu ct
Chapter 18042 Law of Florida Acts land where they were called by the .( 4 r "
of 1937 the Board of Supervisors of r
serious illness of her grandfather.Mr. ','

drainage under district the Last organized of Florida and existing and- and Mrs. Frank Sganga and ::

embracing lands within Palm Beach family of New Smyrna Beach w ; <;
County, has caused to be prepared aBudget Y ,
showing the Debt Service requirements were the weekend guests of her
of the District and of the parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank
East Unit of the District for Maintenance. -
Operation and Admlnstratlon O'Connell.
during the year beginning on the first \ t. r
fay of November 1963, and ending on Mack Parker of West Palm I ...
the thirty-first day of October 1966. .. .
Said Budget among other things, shows Beach spent the Easter weekendas 'n "
the amount of the East Unit Debt Ser- the guest of his brother and
vice Tax and the amount of East Unit
Maintenance Tax per acre necessaryto sister-n-law: Mr. and Mrs. J. P. k t
be levied upon the lands within said Parker in Canal Point. a
District for the year 1963Thi .
said Budget Is now on file and
may be examined at the office of the Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Maxson and
Secretary of the District at Canal Mr. and Mrs. F. S. Parrish and 9
Point Florida. The Board of Supervls-
ors Of PAHOKEE DRAINAGE DISTRICTwill daughter, Debbie attended christ- :
meet at 9:30 o'clock A. M. on the
ening services for their grandson
10th day of May 1963 at the office of
the Secretary of the District In Canal Todd Maxson, Infant son of Mr.
Point Florida for the purpose of hear. and Mrs. Maxson at
Ing objections and complaints with respect Bob the Boca
to the said Budget and for the Raton Methodist Church Sunday PATSY WROTENLetter
purpose of transacting such other business '
metlnir as may properly come before said I morning.Mrs. I I

DATED this 5th day of April 1S63 Willis Hoyle has returned I I
OF SUPERVISORS OP to her home in Canal Point after

PAHOKEE DRAINAGE having major surgery at Ever-

BY DISTRICT: Clarence W. Knecht. glades Memorial Hospital.Mr. .
President A To Pahokee Voters

Publish: April 23. 30, 1965.w and Mrs. John Rogers had ,

as their guests Saturday, their!

>RE:DISTRICT EAST SHORE TAXES DRAINAGE FOR grandchildren. Alan and Mary Lou \ ''''''P ; ,t ',k. ..;. ,' .' I'. '; .:....:. ..._;.... .. ..,
Rogers of Belle Glade.
TUB YEAR 1965 ,
accordance with the provisions ot Mr. and Mr. Leonard Brown and Dear Pahokee Voter
Chapter 20694. Laws of Florida Acts ot children :
of West Palm Beach
1941 the Board of Supervisors of EAST spent
SHORE DRAINAGE DISTRICT a the Easter weekend with her parents -

drainage under district the Laws organized of Florida and and existing embracing -- Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Stevens Because I may be unable to'see you personally between now and
lands within Palm Bead
County, has caused to be prepared a Mrs. Wilbur Maxwell and child.
Budget showing of the the District Debt and Service the requirements requirements -- ren Melody and Robin, and Mrs City Election day May 4, I am using this method to put my candi-

of the District for maintenance Lois White and son, Philip, attended -

during the. operation year beginning and administrate on the fin the Passion Play in Lake Wales dacy before each of you. I am seeking election to the City Council in

day of November, 1963, and ending on Thursday night. 4

the thirty-first Budget, among day other of vmJX October show 1966Bald Group Two and sincerely solicit your vote and support in this race.
the amount of Debt and Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Shirley had
the amount of Maintenance Tax per their Easter their
acre necessary to be levied upon the as guests, If elected I promise to make it a point to attend all of the City
lands within said District for ,the yea daughter and family, Mr. andMrs. I ,

1963 Richard Thierry, of Sarasota
The said Budget Is now on file and that each and is of
Council meetings believing meeting
may be examined at the office of the every su-
Secretary of the District at Canal Point Mr. and Mrs. Earl Cooper had as

Florida The Board of Supervisors of their guest over the Easter week- to the citizens and tax of Pahokee.
BAST SHORE: DRAINAGE DISTRICT preme importance: payers
will meet at 10:1} o'clock A. M. on the end, their son, Eugene Cooper of
10th day of May 1963, at the office of Stetson University.Mr. .
the Secretary of the District In Cans
Point Florida, for the purpose of hearing -
objections and complaints with respect and Mrs. L. J. Fraser hadas ** Many folks have asked why I want to become a member of the : '
to the said Budget and for the
guests this weekend their
purpose of transacting such other past ,
business as may properly come before daughter and children, Mrs. Bill
....Id meeting City, Council. Many are surprised that a woman should seek a place :
DATED this 6th day of April, 1981 I Davenport of Brandon.

BY OP ORDER SUPERVISORS OP THE OF BOARD BAST Mrs. G. F. Klncald. accompaniedby "' on that governing body. The answer is easy. Our City business ist :

DISTRICT SHORE DRAINAGE Harry Doggette, have returned V *f. c e .**. "

President BY: Clarence ,W,.1 Knecht, from,Albany, Ga., where they were important big business and shoulte handled ,with care. You'and I

TubllsV"April 23,*30: INS; the, guests of her son and family,

Mr.. and.Mrs, Farris Kincaid. While ; are stockholders in this business concern and close attention to its .1
RE: PELICAN, LAKE SUB-DRAINAGE there; theyttended: the Albany !

NOTICE IS YEAR HEREBY INS GIVEN that Choral Faure's Guild"Requiem"Concert presentationof of which operation is imperative if the City is to grow and prosper. If elected,

'the Board of Supervisors of PELICAN

dnUnage LAKE SUB-DRAINAGE district organized DISTRICT and exist: a Mr. Kincaid is a member.Mr. I will be available at all times and will keep the best interest of our '

ing under the Laws of Florida and em- and Mrs. Marvin Crady

County bracing has lands caused within to be Palm prepared Beach a had as weekend guests their son City and its citizens in mind at all times. .. '

Budget Service and showing the the General Unit Debt No. 1 Service Debt n-law and daughter, Mr. and Mis.

requirements of the District and the larry Sheppard and children of

tenance requirements, of the District for main North Palm Beach. of candidacy I shall be grateful. .
operation and administration For your support my ever
during the year beginning on the first ".
day of November, 1963, and ending on Robert G. Mackey is reported to
the thirty-first day of October, 1966. .
be from recent .
improving -
The said Budget Is now on file and a appendectomy
may be examined at the office of the at Lakeland General i| > *& Yours sincerely
Secretary of the District at Canal .
Point, Florida, The Board of Supervisors Hospital.Mr.
DISTRICT will meet at 11:15: o'clock and Mrs. Robert J. Schroder : ;;.,
A. M. on the 10th day of May. 1963, at '
the office of the Secretary of the District spent Easter Sunday as the guestsof
In Canal Point Florida for the their son and family, Mr. and I : : Wrotcn
purpose of hearing objections and Patsy "
complaints with respect to the said Mrs. R W. Schroder, in Lantana.
Budget and for the purpose of transacting :
such other business as may Fred Blakey of Tallahassee,
properly come before said meeting
DATED, this 5th clay of April 1963 where ho is a history instructor ,
OP SUPERVISORS OP PELICAN aDd post graduate student at FlorIda -

DISTRICT LAKE SUB-DRAINAGE State University, is spending

: BY Clarence W Knecht, the spring holidays with ,his parents .

Publish: AprU President 33, 30. 1963 Mr. and Mrs. Arch Blakey. lVJIlVlIl\l' MJIMli 'Ml: !IYJiM" U.JIJJ.LIl\.l.l: I],#jl'um:2! ; \LI '.,1111LIaALI'l.ITI ..V..1j.LI.1Iii"



April 23, 1965:
The Everglades News Canal Potato Florida 3343S
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Miss _.
Hollon ---- --
Wedding ---"

Planned -For May 1 Annual LuncheonFor /s It Fact Of fiction?

Plans have
been Woman's
announced for ClubThe
the. marriage of Miss Margie Diane As man probes deeper Into space, his curiosity about'this now,
Hollon and William Ralph Ken. exciting frontier continues to grow. Our knowledge of space t
nedy, which will be an event at Pahokee Woman's Club at has increased a thousand-fold during the past ten years, yet ,i I
the Methodist Church In the business luncheon many misconceptions still remain. Her .Is a fact or fiction quiz
Canal meeting on compiled by researchers ,for the Thiokol Chemical
Point'Saturday, May 1, at 7 p. m., I Wednesday of last week completed What do you really know about spaco? Company
with Rev. Robert A. Shelley of plans for annual luncheon: and
Alachua, former pastor of the I theatre party to be held on April
church, to officiate. 28, with members of the Belle I
Miss Hollon has chosen a cousin Grad! Woman's Club to be guests. I
Mrs. Louis Lombard of Miami, to I Mrs. Alice Spooner 11 in chargeof use I. The the Creeks modern were rocket first to
serve as matron of honor. Miss the program, which will feature principle.
Dottie Lair will b3 maid of honor the showing of the motion picture,
and Miss Kim Murphy of Clewta- "How the West Was Won", at the
ton, another cousin of the bride, p-- Prince Theatre on East Main im.
will be junior bridesmaid. mediately following the luncheon 2. During summers on
Mr. Kennedy will be attended by This film is being projected Mars roaches tho 50'F.temperature
Jeff Barwick as best man; Mack through the courtesy of the theatre
Crews and Walter Young; ushers; manag ment for club members and
and Gray Hollon, brother of the their guests only. All members
bride, junior usher. 1nss JOYCE SIMS were to contact Mrs. Kathryn f 3. The heavier a body'tho faster It falls to
The Powell for i earth.
program of nuptial music I -- luncheon reservationsby
will be presented by Rev. James Miss Joyce Sims ToWed April 21. r 1 t
W. Baugher, vocalist, and Miss It was announced President 0 ;
Sharon Johnson, pianist. D. A. ThompsonMr. Ethel Johnson, who presided at 1 1
Miss Hollon's parents, Mr. and the meeting, will represent the -
Mrs. Eugene F. Jfollon, will be Canal. and Point Mrs. Angus M. Sims of club as an official delegate at the 1 1 4. The Soviet Union has
hosts at the reception at the homeof announce the engage annual convention of the State the most powerful rocket
Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Stringari, ment and coming marriage of their Federation of Woman's Club in I 1 motors.
Lake Shore Drive, Canal Point, daughter' Joyce Virginia, to Dosey -- the Diplomat Hotel, Hollywood, I )
following the ceremony.No Alan Thompson, son of Mr. April 20-23. Announcement was e 1 t 5.It's five times taster to f
formal invitations are being end Mrs. Ray D. Thompson, of also made of the club's presentation .1 I escape the moon's gravIty e
issued locally, but all friends of the Pahokee. to the Pahokee Public Library e than the earth's.
couple are cordially invited to attend Both are graduates of Pahokeo of the book, "Biography of
both the wedding and reception High School. Miss Sims is employ William Shakespeare in observ- i
ed by U. S. S. C. In Bryant and ance of National Library Week, ANSWIRS //11/I,
-ti. Mr. Thompson ,is employed by April 25-May 1.
CLASSIFIED ADS PAY Open Road Campers in St. Pet- The Annual installation of club OOO'OOO'C npojd 'enii-f c4snJii| jo spunoa
i Aeiu' |0>|0m| Aq Ajiueaej peiiei Anjtso||
DIG DIVIDENDS ersburg. I officers will take place at a din ons ..I.M uOlun| eAoj| 041' Aq peals! etoiji so inuoMoc so eJM| |
I The wedding will take place June ner: meeting In the clubhouse Tuesday UDIJI ejoiu ID peoiuj4se uotoui l'IfO.lI''J| Plies| ) 'eiDj-t| (ouiji!
5, 1969: at 7:30 p. m. at the Canal May 18, at 7 p. m., with hus- ewes etia| pepuo| 40141 Dtlc;J jo J'MOJ, 0144 uioji ,6.0M| ; : |u'
MlW; ; II Il\l.IIIUlIY..lll\l.I\l.IIl.l: ; i.Point Methodist Church. bands of members to be guests. jojjip! OMI peddaip oejifog! ', U0' '''l(Dj-C ''U.-C< 'on.1'-1,
The couple will make their home -.- --
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jln St. Petersburg Florida. -------- -
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Four Circles
Hold look subscriptions was announcedby
PRINCE THEATRE CARD OF THANKS Regular Meetings Mrs. Wilbur Maxwell.Mrs. Dun.. Electric ShowcaseAt

I wish to thank my friends for can Padgett was named circle World's Fair
PAHOKEE, FLA. the flowers, cards, prayers and all The four circles of the PahokeoMethodist treasurer to fill the vacancy left
the thoughtful acts of sympathy Woman's Society of by the resignation of Mrs. A. J. "World's Fair Entertainment
SUNDAY, MONDAY, TUESDAY and kindness! extended to us during Christian Service at separate Spencer The program topic, "Spir Spectacular" Is another In the
APRIL 252627"NONE the extended illness of my meetings on Monday made plansto itual Self-Discipline and the Lifo aeries of Electric
husband, Tex Lester, and to me at participate in the annual WSCS Within," was presented by Mrs. H. Showcase special -
BUT the time of his passing. May God Pledge Service, May 17, which will H. Hendrix. sponsored by Florida Power
bless all of you. take the place of the regular indi. The Simonson Lair Circle, at the Sc Light Company, as one of the
THE BRAVE"FRANK IDA.LESTER. vidual circle meetings in May. It meeting at the home of Mrs. J. ''V. nation's investor-owned electric
SINATRA, CLINT et was announced at these meetingsthe Thomas, Sr., elected new officers: utility companies. It will feature
Mrs Charles Wilkinson enter annual WSCS Membership Tea Mrs. M. P. Holman, chairman; some of the world's most unusual
WALKER & TOMMY SANDSIN tained at,her, home Friday after will be held May 3, and the annual Mrs. Bill Brown, program chair- i entertainment in a telecast from
( COLOR) noon with a party for her son, Installation ceremony for WSCS man; Mrs. Arch Blakey, secretary; the New York World's Fair on
Tommy, on his. eighth birthday.An officers will take' place at tin Mrs. R R. Watson, treasurer; :Mrs Thursday, April 29, at 9 p. m..
Easter motif was used in the church, May 30. Announcementwas R., J. Schroder, hospitality and over ABC television channel 12 In
MIMlll.\.lllV.III.\LI'I.\l.III..WIMI.\l.IIMIMil: ; party decorations and favors. also made of the WSCS Lead. membership; Mrs. H. J. Anderson, West Palm Beach.

---- ---....---___ h__ __ ershiD Trainlnsr' Course to be held attendance; Mrs. J. V Thomas, Electric Showcase stars Gordon
in Lake Worth May 13. Mrs. J. L. Christian social relations; Mrs. and Sheila MacRae will perform on
Reeves, WSCS president Is urge Lon Wilson, sunshine: and Mrs. L.I the full-hour program which will
r ing members to take this course, W. Armstrong, flowers. present outstanding entertainers at
and those who plan to enroll are Mrs. Arch Blakey presented an various international pavilions.
JIM OTTO to contact either Mrs. Reeves or Easter program and Mrs. Holman Featured guest stars will be Al
(professional football player. Mrs. Frank Rosenberg. Reports gave the devotional The group flirt, America' greatest trumpet
.!' :", were given at the meetings of the voted to hold regular meetings showman, and his sextet; and the
DRINKS MILK. work the various circles are doingin through the summer. At the close New Christy Minstrels, a group of
bringing cheer and encourage of the meeting Mrs. Blakey, on young singer-Instrumentalist who
((3 pints a day) ment to shut-Ins, through visitations i behalf of the group, eulogized Mrs appear among the top 20 on the
gifts and other acts of II. J. Anderson, the retiring circle nation' beat seller charts.
HOW ABOUT YOU? thoughtfulness.At chairman, expressing the appreciation The program will be the first
the meeting of the Miriam of the WSCS in general, and television show with official
World's Fair sanction to
Circle at the home of Mrs. Lewis the circle In particular of Mrs. presenta
Buckner a special offer on the Anderaon'.ln.plration.. an active full-hour of entertainment from'
_..........M ..... ..._.... __,..... Methodist Women and World OutYour leader' and worker in WSCS activities the Fair. It will be telecast Just
and the Inspiration she has one week_ after the Fair open for
,.._ _..
------ -- ---- -- -- -- -- ----- -- ---- ------ -- given others by her unselfish services the 1999 season.
to those In need and her Featured In special guest spots
Christian way of living, filled with will be Al lust, America's greatest -
leve, kindness and thoughtfulne trumpet showman and his sextet
Mrs. Richard Nasoa presented a and The New Christy Minstrel
Money Earns More program entitled, "Let's Remem *. Fair act.to be featured In*
ber Jesus after Easter," at the elude the famous "Les Poupee dePart
meeting' of: the Gertrude Shirley *" puppet show" and the ex
I I Circle at her home/with the chairman citing Hell Driver from, the Auto
.f 1 AT EVERGLADES FEDERAL; ",<, : /, Mrs Ernest Maxwell, preside I Thrill Show. 'Other.act* win be
: ing. The need of an additional selected from the i Mexican Pavil
I ; '" rocking, chair for the church nursery ion's Mariachi band of' folk musicians
Why nol get the"highest rate of interest available in South Florida was stressed at the meetingby and the Flying, Eagles of
r Mrs. Nason. CJtfcle memberswill PapanUa; the Spanish .Pavilion's
when you place your money in savings account. This place is at the be In charge of placing: flow fiesta presentation; the stirring

Everglades Federal in Belle Glade or in Pahokee. No savings institu- era In church during May as fol dance at the African Pavilion;
lows: May 2, Mrs. D. B. Watkins; and an exciting and dangerous
tion in Florida pays more than 4V percent and here your money is May 0,_ Mrs Richard Nason; May knife dance performed with ma-
16, Mrs Ernest Maxwell; May 23, chete-llke knives at the Polynesian
insured by an instrument of the Federal Government. Your money Mrs. Leon Spooner; and May 30, Pavilion.
Mrs. Al Lavender.. The special will be the first Sour
is safe at all times and readily available whenever you want it. The meeting of the Vena Mae entertainment show with official I

Schroder Circle was held at the World' Fair sanction and will be I
church in the morning. telecast Just one week after the !
Drop By One Of Our Locations Today And Talk It Over With The Fair opens for the 1963 seaon. The
MacRaesl open the program on
Friendly Folks In Charge. You'll Enjoy Saving Here. the Swiss Sky Ride, performing a

4 specialty written song; trumpeter
Ilirt and his group will offer musical
: transition a* they tour the
Fair In the bus-train which transport .
Fair visitors to the various
I Savings And Loan Association exhibits. The New Christy Ministrel.l *

I SAVINGS AND LOAN INSURANCE CORP will have the giant United
<".. .
State Pavilion as the backdropfor
: : Pahokee Belle Glade their song presentation,. ',,v f
.. .a _

; ,4 _t .\"Jt1ED ADS PAZ t

> sYe Th 4 Evergladc* Nw, Canal Point, Florida 53458 Friday, April 23, 1? S
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I [11iTTews Of:: The=Ch y!! swuww I.-SUNDAY Glades Meets.(Rev.in SCHOOL Jonathan Baptist Pahokee Building.9:45 L.Lions: Church Wolf a.Club)m. 1Wfv.The point: Community was Mt 1J f;the r Center scene'cn' In of Canal an- I

and Easter: picnic for the W. A. Stevens
PREACHING-11.00 a. m.
family. Attending were J/fjv/
Holy] Nativity First Baptist The Pahokee ChurchOf SUNDAY 7:30: p.B.m.Y. F. :30 p. m. and Mrs. Stevens Mr. and :Mrs. J.

Episcopal Church Church Canal Point The NazareneRev. WED. PRAYERy7a 0pm. 1 H. Wilkinson, Jr., and children,
c, I II Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Brown and
Pahokee Willard I I I children, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Hawk:'\! ,
Kilpatrtck St. Peter's Lutheran
Elder R. E. Barfield Jr., and children and :Mr. and Mr;.
Rev. I.. Vicar SUNDAY Bacom Point Rd.
Church Belle Glade Ray Hawk, Sr.Ramey's .
SUNDAY: 9.45 a. m.-Sunday School Phone 924-7528 P. O. Box 882 ,
\ 10 a. m.-Sunday School 11:00, a. m.-Morning Worship SUNDAY SERVICES: August Koerber, Pastor .
11:00 6:30 B. 1. C. 9:45 a. m.-Sunday School
: m.-
a. m.Worship Service p.
601 W. Lake Rd. Belle Glade
r 7:30: p. m.-Evening Worship. 11:00 a. m.Sunday Worship SUNDAY: Have Easter
rUESDAYS: 6:30: p. m.-Juniors
First Methodist Divine Services 11 A. M- Dinner .
7:30: p. m.-Choir practice. : p. m.-Sunday Evening
School 9:45 A. M.
Church: PahokeeJohn WEDNESDAY: Evangelistic Service II. .
7:30: p. m.-Midweek Prayer WEDNESDAY: Easter Sunday dinner guests of
A. Briley, Pastor Service. 7:30: p. m.-Midweek Prayer TO COLORADO SFIUINGS Mr. and Mrs. George B. Ramey
THURSDAY;: Every other week meeting.
SUNDAY: left were their daughter, Mrs. Hugh
Mr. and Mrs. O. B. McClure
9.43 a. m.-Church School 7:30 p. m.-Ladies Auxiliary "Where you are a" stranger but I this week for Girad, Kans, where I Miller, in, and children, David

11:00 a. .-Morning Worship ,Meeting... once. I they will be the guests of his sister and Graham, of Rockledge and
6:45 p. m.-MYF their daughter-in-law, :Mr.
Point. I and brother-in-law, Mr. and son and
7:49 p. m.-Evening Worship South Side ChurchOf Canal Mrs. Ben Roseboon. They also planto 'and Mrs. David Ramey, Cocoa and
TUESDAY: Christ Church"Lawrence visit his brother and sisterinlaw Mrs.: Ramey's brother and sister-
7:00: p. m.-Vesper Choir prac Baptist :Mr. and Mrs. Guy McClure, in-law, :Mr. and Mrs Philo B. Williamson

tics1tiEDNESDAY Belle Glade across from Stewart, Paster at Thomas, Okla., enroute to Colorado of Okeechobee and nephew
: Bowling Alley on Rd. 80 SUNDAY: Springs, Colo., where ,they and niece, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth
\ 7:45 p. m.-Mid-week devotions 10:00: a. m.Bible Study 9:45: : a. ,m.-Sunday School will spend the summer. Williamson, of Indiantown.
11.00 a. m.-Morning Worship
: a. m.-Morning Worship
p. m.-Senior Choir pracI -
6:30 Service
m.-Evening t
I p. 6:30: p. m.-Training Union
I lice ., F 7:30: p. m.-Wed... .Bible Study 7:30: p. m-Evening Worship r
: .
First BaptistChurch The Methodist Church 7:30: p. m-Prayer Meeting
.41., SHAW
Pahokee I Canal Point, FloridaJames
Church Of Christ
Guthrie W, Co val rd, Pastor W. Baugher, Pastor
9.45: a. m.-Sunday School 9:45: a. m.-Sunday School. Phone WY 6-3887 (3gl..cIaV)
11:00: a. m.-Morning Worship 11:00: a. m.-Morning Worship Belle Glade, Fla.
6:30: p. m.-Training Union1' 6:00: p. m.-Evening Worship SUNDAY SERVICES HOW
7.45: p. m.-Evening Worhlp rUESDAY 10:00 a. m.-Bible' Study ABOUT YOU?

WEDNESDAYS: 8:00: p. m.Woman's Society1st 11:00 a. m.-Morning Worship rrsioo GOOD TO BE dUST FOR.T1iE)'OUNG
7:30 p. m.-Prayer Service
.. TuesdayWEDNESDA3t' 7:30 p. m.Evening Worship
The Church Of God 7:30: p. m.-Prayer Meeting 7:30 p. m.-Bible Study ......... ....... ..... ......... -..-

:Of Prophecy PahokeeCanal .
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Point Road
John H. Kuiard, pastor >

10:00 11:00 7:45p.a.a. m.Evangelistic m.-Sunday-Preaching School Service Service Zing into spring! -

8:00: p. m. Tuesday-V.L.B.
: 8:00: ,p. m. Thursday-W.M.B.
J .Everyone welcome. Special muslo Chevrolet Impala

and singing. ..
..... .
..- aI

Church Of God, ,,._

I ;;Barfield Highway ,.

Pahokee, Fla.
A. L. Stone, Minister
Phone 924-7363
9.45: a. m.-Sunday School
\ 11.00: a. m.-Morning Worship
7.30: p. m.-Evangelistic, Ser
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7:30 p. m.-.Prayer Service ::::
.' 7:30: p. --Youth for Christ ."
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Father Francis Fennech, Pastor '"
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Confessions before MaasC1aied .- tv "',: CAmoltllpa :'.s"ptf'8or'-- -: Coujx-o- of. too AtU'tattd;;:;; .. Itautiet...... I1't for'- 6S. T\f "\ t 1 ,;'

:''';>" Ads n----- Peopl&who buy :t herbig: ; gXP'l1f j ive-/ookin ,cars : ;

"''$.OSITIVELY all want ads orclassifleds get .One thjng ;iQII' Wool'f (big expensive-looting payments)

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them, are payable in advance from *
his day forward. Don't phone 'em. It looks like a big car. And is-by almost any expensive cars look so expensive. How about
Write It and ,drop a dollar bill in standard you want to apply. the ride CheVJClet-engineers": took the Jet-
the envelope; If you want It run Width Nobody builds a car as much as one smooth one and smoothed it out even more
once. $2 If you want It run twice inch wider. Length It grew three inches this this year. Also made it more stable by widen-
and so on. year. Roominess Every closed model's got ing the wheel stance. Price That: s where '
three inches'more shoulder room, front and Chevrolets fall way #short of the other big
WHAT'S IN THE AUTO that you rear,and more leg and foot room up front too. expensive-looking cars.But we wouldn't, have
'don't need? A $1.00 classified ad Luxury Nice little touches like the look of it any other way. Would you?
n' this column will probably find mellow walnut across ,the Impala's instruOne last question: How soon can you make ..
)'au.- sale. Just writer your ad, en.dose Chevrolet? One last .
m. llt.eJ.. And big touches. Like thee a good spring buy on a
The a dollar and we'll do the' rest ness of the same Body by Fisher workman- answer: Just as'soon/as you can get.down- .to HIGH TM TO TRADEWWWCttYWtlTDOUm
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# Gladts for ,20 years. Phone 924626. -
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Eight 'The Everglades Newt, Canal point Florida 33438 Friday, April 23. 1965


Miss Harrington Power Co. Donates fetoffwajEaiQiga r1 lrt\'iIi7\1I'7\"ml\" 1 1' l 'T.( 11'n1lrtr'7lr"l'l7l'Y! 1 I")

f Will Speak Before ed was(continued the annual from joint Page Installation 1) PROGRESSIVE AND IMPARTIAL I

luncheon tor the Pahokee, Sod THAT'S

Busters and Canal Point Garden
Local MethodistsMiss Clubs to be held In the Community I

Building at the Glades Park, Canal A. J. GAMOT

Point, at 12 noon, May 25.
Janette Harrington, a senior -
Mrs. Lena Dobrow and Mrs.
at Florida State University,
Bruce Bowe were welcomed as Candidate ForT'I
arrived in Canal Point on Wednes-
new members.
day of this week to spend the trimester -
I break at FSU with her Mrs Hundley presented the pro-
gram on "Herbs," relating the COUNCIL
parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. Roswell
Harrington, and family. history of herbs, how they are '
grown, and their use and value in
Miss Harrington who Is secre-
diets. Herb charts and packets of Group 2
tary of the Methodist Student
parsley and dill seeds were
Movement In Florida, will be guest pre- Iw
sented to each member attendingthe ,
speaker this Sunday, April 25, I offer the of Four experience'
which Is Christian Education Sun- meeting. There was also an voters Pahokee years
exchange among members of recipes -

vice day, of at the the Canal evening Point worship Methodist ser- featuring the use of herbs In as a City Councilman. I have been a resident of Pahokee

improving the flavor of foods. /
church, starting at 6 p. m.
Mrs. Kenneth McIntosh was introduced for 33 and to attend properly to the City's
I In her talk she will report on as a guest. years promise

I activities at the National Conference .
of the Methodist Student business if you elect me. I'll greatly appreciate your

I Movement which she attended in Buddy McKinstryHad \

I Lincoln, Nebr, as one of the Florida Birthday Party vote and support in theCity
delegates last December. She ;

will also report her experiences as Buddy McKJnstry celebrate J; his

I the only Florida delegate at the sixth birthday anniversary at a Election

'Methodist Seminar held at the UN party given by his mother, Mrs. .

in New York City and also In Sam McKinstry, Jr., at Mrs. Arch '

Washington, D. C., in February.
-. ..-.. Blakey's Kindergarten on Wednes- MAY 4th
day of last week.

Training CompletedBy The hostess presented to the

children Easter baskets, candy and ;,J. : l'"D1IDjIMI V.JII VJIl\.lIII.WII..VJMI! .l:{L&iiliMtayiliMiliMiliMtii il&ai
Pahokee YouthSAN
balloons as party favors. Guests
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Included Buddy's classmates at the -
ANTONIO, Tex-Airman kindergarten and Kirk Elarbee. Mr. and Mrs., Tommy Griffith of Dicky Strayer has returned to Mrs. Lou Lombard and daughters -

Paul] D. Mofield, son of Mr. and Kirk's mother; Mrs. Harry B. Elar- Winter Haven were the recent his home from Everglades :Memor- ; Lisa and Linda of Miami were I

Mrs. Paul Mofield of Pahokee, Flo. bee, assisted the hostess with the guests of Mr. and Mrs. M. D. ial Hospital where he has been recuperating the weekend guests of her parents

has completed Air Force basic entertaining Geiger. from broken ribs. Mr. and Mrs.'J. H. Miller

military training at Lackland
AFB, Tex.Airman. ------- -- ---

Mofield is being assigned ,;."L I'7fI'7i'IIIITi'l[ \':''''il'!IITI I 7'\"iI'r\l l'ttltr.'m'Ii7\1Ii7\1l' IT l llllm I
to an Air Defense Command I -

(ADC) unit at Hamilton AFB,

Calif., for training and duty as a

transportation specialist. His unit

supports the ADC mission of defending -

the continental U. S.

against enemy air attack.
The airman attended Pahokee GRAND OPENING

High School. :

Sealed bids will be received by the
j Northwestern Palm Beach Public Hospital -
Board at the office of the Ever,
glades Memorial Hospital Pahokee, Fla.
until 3 P. M. Eastern Standard Time Friday Saturday
the 17th day of Mar 196.1 for Equipmentto -- .
furnish the Everglades; Memorial "
Hospital at 200 South Barfield Highway -
Pahokee Florida. '
All bids should be addressed to AlysM \
Okie Chairman Northwestern Palm :
Beach County Public Hospital Board
and directed to the Everglades Memorial I .
Hospital 1749 E. Main Street.

j Pahokee All equipment Fla. to be furnished YOUR
specUTd. or equal, and It shall be the: I REX O TL
responsibility of the bidder to furnish :
proof that hla equipment la equal to '>
I specifications.A 'NEW-
bid ; -
bond will be furnished In the
J amount of not less than 5% of the bid
J price, and will be returned within 10 1 Y ,
days of awarding contracts.
The bid bond of successful bidderI "
will be returned and a purchase order Service Station
written as soon as a satisfactory per-
I formance bond Is presented to the
I hospital authority
Bid bonds may be accepted In the -"
J form of a certified check. All items Kill "' '.
1 I be new and manufacturers name will '1 t
be specified All Items will carry: it ", East Main At Larrimore Road Pahokee
standard guarantee which is to be so
1, stated In the bid form. r"l ," :
All Items or boxes will be Indexed and
marked on the outside with the loca-
tion of the room where they are to beplaced. '; ,
All equipment that 1s specifiedwill : '
be furnished to fit all standard "
connections, and electrical equipment .9 .9
I must operate on 110-208 volts. The
Northwestern Palm Beach County Public ,
Hospital Board reserves the right to
accept or reject any or all bids, and 23Regular== :. ( ': 4 26 =;:=
should It be necessary to reduce the : l ,:, ,
amount purchased negotiate with the .
successful bidder for a reduction in the k; r ,." : 4V! ; r."tg1: ,
bid. All Items will be priced Individually "\ / "t
by the bidder showing the discount 4} I
and net price of each section and ,. '
discount and net price of their total '
bid. All equipment will be purchased '
;, on the basis of price and quality. : / .
Any Ions sustained by the equipment j': ? Ethyl
prior to complete installation shall be :
the responsibility: of the supplier. I
The hospital equipment shall be '
guaranteed to be free of defects In ( : ': .
materials and or workmanship. 'Y ., ,8'n,' ... .... : '
All prices quoted are to Include prepaid .- .t. 'IPlus
freight charges FOB Pahokee. ... -- ..
Florida site of Installation Installed. A
statement shall be furnished by each I '
bidder advising the number of calendar .' .
days required to make delivery and begin I

i r- order.The installation base bids after will include receipt -packing of an Free .Bowl and Coffee MugsYOUR

/{I cost building, prepaid uncrating delivery installation to the hospital and

Instructions to the proper use of the
equipment by a representative of the
successful bidder. Delivery of all Items CHOICE WITH EACH 5 GALLON PURCHASE
\ shall be by June 30, 1963.
All bids must be firm and bid con. ;
talnlng escalator clauses will not be
provision for cash discount offered -
by the bidder must be so indicated -
on the bids form, otherwise such a

discount It should cannot be noted be considered.that the Everglades -, ALSO: FREE BALLOONS AND FREE COCA,COLA .
Memorial Hospital la county
owned (a non profit Institution and.
therefore, exempt from Florida State
Sales Tax or Use Tax and Federal

Excise office:Specifications of Tax the). Everglades may be secured Memorial_ at How the Get Acquainted with Rex Quality and Service at This Big Event

pits!, 1749 Cast Main Street. Pahokee
J Fla.
Attest: J.Administrator O. Simonds, Jr.

Xrenrlades Memorial Hospital
Pahokee. Florida
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