The Everglades news
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00079910/00188
 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: July 30, 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
 Record Information
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: UF00079910:00188
 Related Items
Succeeded by: Glades observer
Succeeded by: Everglades observer

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.for a shock.next that's) South Bay Baptists Mackey1 Airlines Taxable Property
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receiving your Receive_ 64 Award

:And lar that you can taxes bet will I I Buy Furniture For ,- .. Shows 115 Per Cent
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ment new were assessment year. Valw !, Bible for Church BuildingRev. 1961 Airlines Award has of been Merit presented from the Na-the Gain In P. B. County

were tional Safety Council for the 12th _
more than doubled

'agencies will have Hat Col ] Ar Fen on, paste consecutive The Airline year.provides service between ,With a property valuation Increase ..'

to play around Barbl of the South Bay Baptist church, major cities in Florida and of more than 100 percentas
their.n J1are., LU1 said this week that members ani the resort areas of the Bahamas i shown by the tax roll presentedby
Your local ( Tax Assessor Edgar Maxwell
Mrs "We consider this award the :
friends of the church have raised
have opportunity to ) Boyn most satisfying recognition in th3 Monday it is expected that mill- '
duce their mlllage ; John $3,700 for new pews and pulpit aviation industry", 'said Cot. Joseph age can be halved by the taxing
aet-up. Last year Mrs. furniture for the church building Mackey, who has directed the boards in the county. This includesthe
the Pabokee Rita The.pastor pointed out that airline since it was organized In hospital districts in Pahokeeand
a little more than $ Hend- friends are buying pews Individually 1946. Belle Glade. With the valua-
der the new and that eight remajn to be JI tion doubled they certainly can
ation is well paid for by individual donation. half their mlllage.
This alone will He said that another $1900 is still New Management This year'i tax roll as present r .
district to lower Its needed along with the $3700 for ed by Assessor Maxwell went well
3.75 down to 125% or the expansion program in the over the two Million dollar mark
Glades Truck
ial bond issue last I sanctuary. Stop compared with $1.09 billion a year
1.75 and this Members of the church hope ago. This year the roll mounted to
more than that the expansion program can Restaurant NowGlades a hefty $2.34 billion.
In the Belle be completed and paid for by October .+ The assessor pointed out that
trict the valuation He said those wishing tc) the tremendous'increase is brought

from $49,000,000 to help the roct.ma?, make. _outchecks Truck Stop restaurant, about bv the fact that he has complied .
3128.000,000. This Edu. payable to the First 138J)1 next ,door to the Glades Truck With the new ruling that
hospital board to tlst and mail should be' assessed at'fair
show Church of South Bay Stop at the Pahokeee-Canal Point property
millage by huge schools them to church ,treasurer Mrs market ,value", Out of 11,600
". the directors get. better George CreW,Sew at.Box 115.- ," "city line, I. Stow under"'-" the management {'W>" t1t... n .the.county that paid ...
ting ItSchools year -- ...- of Kyle and Glen; )lat no taxes In the past under the
take the field, operators of the Truck Stop, Homestead law, all but 0,000 of
out of your tax year The Hatfield brothers plan a them will be put on the tax roll for
they win take i is PostMasters Have complete renovation of the restaurant her proportionate share of the,tax
The school board along with a new paint Job .
jnlllage from'16.63 I' ] Seminar on the interior. Some new equip I Gov, Hayden Burns put the Gov
which 1* not quite Ca Regional ment will be purchased id an ef ernors' Office Monday behind the
they had a fort to more thoroughly modernize) effort to boost property assessments
than double that of l the restaurant, in Florida to full market
Postmaster Mrs. Edythe Smith;
there la where one "We are going to serve only the value.
Canal Point, was among the over
come in :your taxes. School three hundred Florida Postmasters very finest of food and operate a He said that he was working
The county .r. restaurant fanW with Green
high who attended the first Post tint class where State Comptroller Ray
; i* around $G.8 million was masters' Training Seminars in lies will be welcome," said Glen IA a campaign to see that each of
i ent year and they Florida held in Gainesville on Au* Hatfield, ones (the operators. the 67 county tax assessors obey
about an $8 million alt requirement of the law.
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gust 2 and 3rd at the Universityof
I this year. U that is Florida. The law spells out that property
t will be another Vacation School moat be valued for county tax
This seminar was held as a result
: taxes last levies a, its full cash value, but
of the many request by post
More than 5,000 few counties actually' have theirassessments
11. Canal Pt
masters to the Regional Office and ]BaptistVacation
heretofore taxed, in ideal for post that high.
was an
the tax roll for the rated .
masters to further their postal
under the new the knowledge. and management tech. I Bible School will startat Local Utilities
gram, Edgar sen niques. The full two days were devoted : the Canal Point Baptist churchon
assessor said this August 9 and run through August .
w.. to classes and study to improve ,
s I the postal service. The personal 20,according to an announce- Company Is Sold
; Brain Dama expense iadldent to the seminar ment by church officials !
Result A I was born' by the individual Present plans call for the .es-
/ home postmaster and was a, voluntary lions to start at 8:30 in the morning Announcement was 'made yesterday .
'I : the raining program. It was.Back to and last until 11:80: a. m. by Henry Kautx, president
\ John D. Cochran, .ra'J.', School" for these postmasters a* Children ages three through 16 of Canal Point Utilities, Inc., that
i' % maintenance and .They they lived in the dormitory, ate at will be welcomed 'to the various the concern had told to Southeast--
,. borne radar. was J their the school: cafeteria and'used the departments, the announcement .r n State. Utilities, Inc. of

auto accident at \ class rooms at the University. said. Bridgeport, La., and with Florida
2.00 a. m. Saturday !n The school officially opened on offices) in Fort Lauderdale. He also

i 31, on his ride from Monday with registration from Guard Rail Placed aid that he was retained as man- ."
i amar Naval Air 8:30 to 9:30 a. m. followed by a ager tor the time being.
home in Escondldo, general session for all postmast- The new concern took over operation *
I I failed to negotiate a en by Regional Director Banks End Muck City Rd. of the Canal Point water
I in Balboa Naval Gladden, Atlanta and closed onTuesday pmt' last J'rlday-Juty 30 and ,
Diego In serious afternoon with a generalsession will immediately start an expan- ,
His condition is on Customer Relations First guard rail alongside of l10n program. Mr. Kautx said
active coma- with Dr. Delbert Scudder, Head of Glades canals has been placed on that the new concern' present
i r as of Monday night, J. G. the Department of Religion University Conners Highway five miles east plans> call for extending the waterlines
r" James W. Vans. been of Florida as guest of Canal Point where Muck City north on the ridge frnjn
,...'j pears to be definite Bap er. road intersects that highway. Def Claude Santee's home to the John
'J but the extent In between each .peak-I finite Information was unavailable Cautz property
, ; ined until the patient on was scheduled: for five 1% to this newspaper yesterday as to On the south end of the operation -
::; plete consciousness. classes according to class what group constructed the rail he said, plan call for enlarging i
} He is the husband at of office such as General Accounting ing. the water mains from the
er Miss Carolyn is. a or Cashbook Mall, Oasd More than quarter of a million present six to a size that will at..ethe
Mr and Mrs. James CharT::: Ication, Filing, Record Disposal dollars in contract will be spent customer on Lake Shore
k\ Pahokee. : Sectional Center Concept Personnel by the State Road Department to Drive comparable service to that
e r. "'Joan : Delivery Service, Manpower I erect guard rail hi South Florida enjoyed: by folk living on the
t <; Fran Arnold has .have Control and The Postal Manuel|I and the contract ha* already been townsit Mr. Kautx said that ex
Mrs. Betty .Gregg : 'I* I. Each class had approximately: 40]jtadI..I' kt. Why the. work has not been panatonwork was scheduled U
of Stuart.--: : poetmaster* ., started m another question. tan*week from next Monday.
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Page Two The Everglades News, Canal Point, Florida .. .,.
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fective July 1, 1966. IJ nqe'sScene'WSCSMeeting :ms. K. '1. $1 stW has 4$turnett
Fourth: a special message to'peopte 4 arker to her horn f"W1 ale.Unjjersltjrjvhera
65or over who have never ; of Florida in G ngYI1 8 .
corked, mxtar 1Ocil..f euritJ"- At ,'!he attended a pgQtlgpta sem
oVh not yPlips I'fir ; h '0ICIIl The W. S. C. S. of the Canal inar' The 13eg owl I>JAcla1( of At..
Methodist Church ejd0*. :lptal tpnaht,Mlehytr.
'. calla rityb 4nzltl thefhe;pq pq } Dint i
.Ql&Iftytqr the bask ihps iti l regular' meeting at the home of ..,
I .insurance .protection under the Mrs. J. P. .Packer; Tuesday night. IK:TUB CIRCUIT JUDICIAL COURT CIRCUIT OW TffltFirTEKWTH .Or
new we4lCAre"! program. Those The ..president Mrs. iJBmer Max- FLORIDA IN AND rOB'> AUt:
JII receiving public assistance from ,ppnprvsided.at the bu.stnoss.meetJ BEACH IX COUNTY.cILaNciray socas-s
the States may be signed pp for, JDJ:. mans!: : THOMAS. '" t
I, the basic hospital .Insurance ,by .Miaa Nancy/ Harrlngtan, student PlMnuffT :
their welfare .Agencies. vForoll- at the School >of ,Christian' Mission -, : -THOMAS e .
ments In the voluntary medical insurance '' .In Lakeland, Save a talk on Defendant :
plan can be accepted beginning : -Christians ,Calling" for the pro TO CHESTER: JTOTICK THOMAS or SUIT
The Ratdbt wilding In ,Canal Point Florida Sept I, 1965. Therefore, gram. She also ,gave a. report on ADDRESS: UNKNOWN
persons over' 65 who have not her trip. You are hereby nqtKlM jUMt *
suit has been filed Agalwt rou>ln tb.
THE: LAKE OKEECHOBEE REGION HOME OF worked will be held jftt
under social securityehnuld.wait The'next meeting bon entitled\ cause:and that an
at lea.st.J1nW"'sept.eP-, the home of Mrs. O. H. Sheppard hereby reaulr d to fikyqurran.rer; or
-Ey-MUHiA-DBS{ ) MWSBervjng other written defense with tne Clerk
ber.1At.wore wisiting.their.aoafal. oSaptamber.Z, of the Circuit Court ef -Pain .TTftttfi
jgecfidtyfJce' 1'heJ.tIley can.sjgi.upfor County. Florida and to serve at copy
the L Okeechobee RarmingiliegionVltitnptt# Hns'4ra.n.ce'and tTTEN. QAfl'Debbie thereof upon Plaintiff's Attem. IloftT. :
/ .tAeaac# thp qlRlfi .
Interroptlon Every! Week for 40 "Sears Adams 481 ..South L Avenue, lpa-
also, enroll In the medical :n- hokee, Florida. not later than AUIU
"Established'Mareh'.ll,}1924 ,- Published-Every.Friday ul1U1Ce-program lf they..wish that Culberson fI ar n Aid- K. J9p3.tlf will'rou be fall entered,to do against so.,gmreepracoufeeao you.for

Subscription Price $2.00 Year In AdvanceThe additional important protection. ridge, Pam Story, Julie Unwin and the relief demanded In the complAJnt.
e the The .nature of said suit Rein; ,fyr, ,fjvorce |-
Everglades News Is Entered at the Post Office BACK TO'CANADA Kathy Wilkinson win attend '
In:Canal Point Florida, as Second Class Matter. G. A. Auxiliary Camp at the Florida WITNE33 of: July my 1963.hand and yeti thlaleta
Capt. and Mrs. Clarence
Baptist Retreat on Lake Yale. JOHN B. DUNJCUS:
Paul Rardin -/ Owner, ,Editor, Publisher ford and family will return to.their Mrs. Charles Story and sons took Clerk!: of the ClrguttCQWt
(Circuit Court Seal)
gust 1965 will be.pald to. ou 1n.a home.in North Bay Ontario, Canada Pam, Debbie and Julie to the campon By XHADDIB P.PLANT, : '
: Security early next week after a visit Monday, August 2. They will Deputy Clert!: _
paratecheese.tbat.wtn.reach'you Publish: July 23, 30. August e. 13, -.
with relatives In Canal 'Point. also spend a 'few days with her Don T. AdamsAttorneY.ror
in the latter",part of .September.The ,Cfpt. LAngford, Is with the U. ,a.r"Jfqr parents, .Mr.,and MrsJ.j:.'Burns Plaintiff
L1J-w nvjtlesfLotiifMetlicalICare checks 181 South Lake A y*nuefahokee. .
first regular reflectingthe e.. of Orlando. Florida" .
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I t I month of.September." tytytytyfy tytyfrl
Second: social security and 4rall-
.Now"thAUthe << the 1965"Social, Security 65 or over. will not need to take

-Amendments, some people; will any action to secure ,their basic
':';ant totake,action' right away in hospital protection under the new
;order .to protect their new benefit Health Insurance Program. All
,:.rights. Most ,JQthera will need ''to aged persons now on the rolls will Phone
Phone WY 6-2550 Belle Glade X
take no, action at all As 'legislation receive in September ,or Octobera x, -
,providing'health insurance for ,full information kit directly by
the aged and making. other far- mail, describing :this ,protection, ? SALES and SERVICE $

.reaching changes,In the social security -, which becomes effective July 1,
.program became effective 1966. Before this effective date a 4> Heating Air Conditioning Appliances f
with the ceremony In Independence Health Insurance card certifyingto AA At+
Missouri,'last :'Friday, July! their eligibility for the services A # # A A A A # / # A A # 1T

;?,0th, ,Robert,M.'Ball, ,Commissionler wlllautomatlcaljyj} >e sent 10 J>en-I .
of Social _Security, proposed eftcLaries.165.or,over. -- -- ---- -
'l ome,1'""Do'," .and''Ppa'ts": ',for thenmny Third: social security ..benefici

mUlions,persons: : ,who ,Will arieswill notneed to go to the.social -
'!be affected. security'office about'the -voluntary -
Tirst of all,let'me-! ;.ray'to the supplftjnentary.plan
*20, million people now receiving I ing p1 ya fans'aee.e slid,other'ben :Now i d ishe.s
.social .security1)benefits); : .you. don't efits.. At the .time they get the, dirty I
:need to take' any action at all In I ,basic information kit,.they will re- ,
.oijder to ,get'the 'Increased cash ceive an enrollment postcard giv-
jbenefitjpaymenti, "the Jaw provides. I 'ing ,them an opportunity ,to sign .
.fie .amo\n 't of the increase:for,the : up for the added medical Insurance do 'thsfi1selues:

t tnontha: of ,January 'th. l1gh 'Ate program' which; also becomes ,ef-! a .
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Page Four The Everglades News, Canal Point, Florida Friday August 6, 196S'

I [ftONATNESNTES! = : I ] Glades Truck Stop Restaurant. -.

:iMr. and Mrs. Rupert Mock, Jr." :Mrs. Dorothy Shackford and
of Jacksonville are the guests of I children, Bobby and Aleda, accompanied .

his parents, Mrt and Mrs. Rupert her mother, :Mrs. :Mae Gal- Now Under NewMi".iIanngennenl

Mock, Sr. loway, to Lakeland where they '
Mr. and Mrs. C. I.. Story and spent the weSffend with her sister ** l.M' ..*>. wwn w. .wre

Pam, David, Ronnie will leave and family, Mr. and Mrs. T. E. We have taken over management and operation of the Traveler's
7th to few weeks' Jones.
Aug. spend a
vacation In the mountains In North Mr. and Mrs. Sam McKinstry, Restaurant and.now yc u are guaranteed clean, wholesome food at

Carolina and will visit his parents, Jr., and family and Mr. and Mrs reasonable prices; We* ,guarantee that your service here; will be the
Mr. and !!\frl. O. R. Story, In Melvin Spooner and family have "" '
Charleston, S. C., on their return I returned from a few days at Salerno very best. \t ;.A1Vri'plan ;;
trip. Beach. While there they had .. ,. ._. .. ....

Mr. and?Mrs. James 'K; Wilki1son \ as oy ,r njght guefh fry and Mrs. -:: \ a complete refurbishing of tlie estanrant' ong' ( i1h a news"

are.vacatlonieg aab.cSalt JW t>@Ct vMcIntos: ) rx, v ... as. -. '' '' '; i" .. have -".. ..-. t
i Springs. Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Parker had as paint; job. In }die. Immeuuue.future W will t c imnir room open.
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Gene Butler is exp ctd to rM/ 'tbqfcr- guests l er,siste and broth-' .I' ,.J' along 1 If" \withlthe, lunar ,eountorwhere A 'A IJY'lhe"vt I !ry'i4est a 1 ,tools will
turn this week from a week's stay 'er-in-law. Ml and Mrs. S. F. Rlt-
ter, of .eruvjylvwUa,.h ff T1 .. be served. in and what liargigffr ..
with his.brother in Alamo/ & a' n .. Drop see we "'""t t" f I. i
Mr. and Mrs. Ron,dyer,Haar left daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. .
this week for a three-week vacation Buddy Parker, and Mr.and Mrs. I I I I I I I I I I : I I I I : I I : : I J : I : t : t I : : I II I I-: : : : I I I : I I I++I I k I : II I I I I+t ++ .
with relatives In Michigan.Mr. James White all of Louisville. ,
and (Mrs. Ray Hawk, Jr., Kentucky.
and family and Mrs. Lois White Mrs. Alma Nail has returned Open Daily From 5 a. m 'til 11 p. in.

''I and son returned from a two-week home after a visit with her aunt,

vacation in Washington, D.' C., Mrs. Ola Cross, la Jacksonville.: frHHmWf: : : : : H I t I I t I : II II I I : : III t I : I I : : I I I : I : : : I : : : : : : : I : : J
A'quasco, jiaryland and Maf> eta, 1lr s. James McCall !and children
S* C, WhiW in Aquasco t) a(were are'Ule guests of' Mrt'and' Mrs. ,J. I, M

tile guests[of Mr. and Mrs..\,AJlenftjist. 11cF11.,_!I Hatlield
Also while In sot l1 Carolina, Mr. and'Mts. & J. Manson were "fldTAnd'Kyle ; Propetors
the weekend of friends In
they were the guests of, Mr. and guests '

Mrs. George Mead. .... __ ..- Melbourne.r ..
....Mr. and Mrs. F. T. Lassiter and Mr. and Mrs. F. F..; Burr Have
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family left''fn" North Carolina on- returned home after a two-week '
their vacation; this week. vacation with relatives in Lake .
""'Guest of' Dr. and Mrs. I..' W Wales" and Tallahassee. ..,Mrs.,W, fk Cross has.returned Mr. and Mrs. A.. J. Scruggs''had : Edward Beverly
w&a their son, Alvin Rev. and Mrs. Lawrence Stewartand home after1 I a two .week yacatiol'1 I I Well'gueVfli this Weekend Mr. !I. to their home IK
Armstrong from Miami who visited family have returned home with her Daughter and family Mr. and Mrs. It. R. Atwell and children I ., after a;visit with
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Armstrong, them this weekend. after a ,visit with Rev. and'Mrs.1 and Mrs. Doyle BranYon:,1 n Mel- I J fiaancOofm. his grandmother, Mrs. Grady

:SIMr, and Mrs. Edward Reynoldsand John Stewart In ., bourne. I! Dr and Mrs. W. C. Young and Boynton. '
daughter Kave'rettirhedTrbin' and Rev. and Mrs. Charles Stewartin I Mrs.- M. F. ,George had as her family are vacationing for the ilra-Selma. Wilson..has as her
their vacation spent in Alabama Statesboro, Georgia. I guest this week her brother, II. B. month of August in Maryland. guests her daughter, Mrs. Eta
and Georgia with relatives. Their Master Butch Meyer returned to Stalls, of Miami. Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Maxson .mer B. Elliott, while Mrs. Elliott's
Mr. and Mrs. Bennie Sims have attended the 'funeral of her broth husband is in
nephew returned home with then!. his home In Hialeah after visitinghis I I .I
returned from to States er-in-law, Albert Watson, 1 n .
"Mr and Mrs. Jack Stray r and grandparents, Mr. and Mrs a trip, '
iOn have returned home from V. Thomas. J'j I boro Ga. Mr. and Mrs. Sims and Princteon, Fla., last Saturday. "UNTO TIIFSE IHLLS" '
North Carolina where he was engaged II. F. Meade was called to St. daughter, Mrs. James Deal and 'Mr. and Mrs. Earl) Maxson have Mrs. Laurie Justice and children
in the produce deal* this Augustine due to the death of his children,'went to the Carolinas to returned home after a vacation, returned, from their trip to Jack*
summer. mother.Mr. the.mountains for a week. On their Singer Island for the month, of sonville, where they were the

Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Miller Mere and Mrs. Charles Brown and return trip home they stopped at July.Mr. guests of Mrs. Oselma Fields and
the guests of their daughter and family have returned home altar a. Jacksonville and Tampa. and Mrs. Don Kepp have returned children. They also went to Colunv
family, ''Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Lom two week vacation camping tripin Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Maxson home after a month's vacation bie, 8. C., where they were the
bard and children, in Miami' last LakeXJounty.l 1t" I i I' and children,Jfarol and Billy, are In Naples..They were an- guests of Mr. and Mrs. D. W.I8futth .
I Week. v"* Mike MaJt n IlIpei\t they Weekend vacationing in the Smokey Jpyn-: comPMll le, Ho ut1'y5he! net n"", and children. Mrs. Smith
with his Mr. and Mrs. tains in North Carolina and Ten- Jon Mock, who has been
Dr. and 'Mrs. W. T. Gist 'fend parents I I I j,their fgpler guests to see "Unto These
Earl Maxson. nessee. for two weeks. .tU
family have returned home after. a guest \ L .
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month's vacation. .
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as their guests this week their *. C ia...- tor.. *\r i*ebb J r br-t K: tabl.. f 1I A!4, of
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grandchildren from Fairfax, S. C., .H ftrtint. l I. ? ,
Betty Jo and Robert Phillips: They no, I. .
l will remain through next we lt.l I
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Address NOTICE unknown TO DEFEND CHEi < -: ,I : i.L l ': !'."
; t' You are hereby notified that:: Petition ,J. ...1.. RON I I .:
for Adoption DM been fU.CUIi the : J i
above styled Court for adoption of infant .. ." ; ."" tr '
girl. PATRICIA ANN WATF.QBDa : ... .
..k-a DAUOHTRSY born at. Lake I \ I jo h n/11h i \ Ji ? I ,,,"
Worth, Palm toOOxZiro 6n I "" ..... ..... > 'if'\ .
,July 22nd. 1904. You are hereby 8USANDAUOHTRBY. com 'N "PUT TH/lrrpUNG HO'SPIRIT IN YOUR CAR! .=-s .., <:.,\., .

mancted to file with the above Court I > t lift
the original of your Answer dr> b'tner' "*
defenses on or before the 18ttwdar of w Thfee great new gasolines
August 1965, and immediately tnefe- H gH
after serve a copy of said Answer or 154 Standajdt Set your course now
other upon
OUTHRIDCIE, Attorney at Law, City ,, ; .,, ; I for Staivifvd; and fill your car
t Center Building Lake Worth, Florida: .. -. '' "' e *
otherwise the allegations of said Petition witr/iirtnChevron the livelier
will be taken as confessed by r "" gasolines. Packed frith new sparkling performance

you.Dated this 9th day of July. 1963.It .
JOHN. DUNKLE \S long running economy, new ,
Clerk of Circuit Court 'k 9. y S .Vrhisper-quiet. Try Chevron-for
k tciRCtnr COURT BEAD power
II| Thaddle P. PlantI that's livelier, driving that's fun. Steer for
Deputy Clerk T t "
i i CHARLES B. QUTHRIDQE! t ; y9ur! ; tandard station, where ice take better
.1 Attorney at Law.*..,. I, r .
218-220' City Center Building care of your car. '
Lake Worth Florida
Publish JU1118w'Q3. 30 and Aug. 6. 1965
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1'1( J Jfit. Bridal Yvonne Shower Thompson- For Classified- Ads

The home of :Mrs. Billy Sheffield POSITIVELY all want ads .o*
wish to call
I on Bacom Point Road in Pa- classifieds, as you
I them, are payable in advance from
hokee will be the scene of a bridal 'em.WWeiT .
his day,.forward Don't phone
1 Point ,''tlnSweV rift* Tuesday mgftng 1 hors aMrf' Ay& a dollar bill Iii.tW
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Peter's Lutheran 1 .
want it
.1lthd :msr Tv'OMtr 'nIompson 'nre'i : envelope tfyou
Church, Belle Glade I ; ,P ili Ofiitiifd ssthttr ftI hours for the shower are from once. $2 if you want it run twice

until ten.Hostesse3 and BO on.WHAT'S .
August Koerben Pastor I.' ? CdYt ard; P aaoil I i SUNDAY tatltl:.ic'e Stewart, Pht.rfi 1 eight for the affair are: IN TIlE ATTIC that you

601 W. Lake Rd., Belle Glade ''SUNDAY "Mrs. Elmer> Jones, Mrs. M. P. don't need? A $1.00 classified ad
$45 School
a. nxr-Stfflday >
SUNDAY: 9':45':':: a. nl-Sunday School Stanley, Mrs. Hugo" Hoe, :Mrs. column will find
Divine Services 11 A. 1C. II! n:00'al ni:-MorWng1 Worship-' ;t; 11:00 6:30 a:: m.m.-iforning Training triton i .Richard Hurt, Mrs.: LelSrld! \ Keene, you n this a sale. Just writer probably your ad, en-
School 9:45 A M. 6':30 p. nl-Training! Union1 p. Mrs. c. E. Williaritif Mi's. Robert dose a dollar and we'll do the rest.
7:45: : p. m.-Evening Worsfll]>' WEDNESDAY. p. m.-Evening Worship Ml: ganders, Mrsi: Eforictf Unwin, She Everglades News, Canal Point {
Holy Nativity WEDNESDAY: .Mrs. W. A. Keen' and" Mrs. :Marvin Fla. ,
j! 7:30 p. m. -Prayer Service p. Crady. .....
Episcopal Church j .. mtm .'. FOB SALE: New and Used Willys

t Pahokee :First Baptist Glades Baptist ChurchRev. OFF TOr Bf OtJTJT AINd Jeeps. Walter Ashley's Garagein
Mrs. Martha:? Macintosh and Miss Belle Glade, Phone 63058.
I Rev. William Pickets, Vicar .Church, Canal PointI ( Jonathan L. Wolf) Julia Mathls left Saturday for Oct. 1754chlSEPTIC
SUNDAY I Meets in Pahokee Lions Club their vacation.. They spent the
8:00 A. M.-Holy Coma uiiort' I James Harrison Building Weekend, with'''' ).tr. and Mrs. Sidney TANK Service availableby
.. i SUNDAY: SUNDAY SCHOOL -0:45't trL Stubbs fn Gainesville. From calling me. We do excellent'
9:45 a. ni-Sunday School PREACHING:00 a. n. and J Will to' the work. Bob Durrance, Phone
there! they go mountains -
First Methodist
11:00 a. m.-Morning Worship 7:30 p. .m.SUNDAY :. in Ndrth Carolina, then .toWaynesvffle 024-5268. Sept. 17 pd.

,Church, Pahokee 6:30 p. m.-B. T. C. B.. Y. F.-6:30 p. ni !, N. C., to visit Mr. and I FOR LEASE: 480 acres of land
7:30 p. m.-Evening Worship WED. PRAYE. .:7:30 p.: m: Mrs. Corbin, from th 'n)' tney will ; almost ready to farm. Short
John A. Briley, Pastor : spend some time in the mountainsIn ; term or long term lease. Phone
SUNDAY: 7:30 p. m.-Midweek Prayer1 Headline Is Set Hawassee; Ga. They will return after 7:00 p. m. 924-7384 or 924-

9:45 a. m.-church School Service... For Junior CollegeAugust after Labor Day.. 2951. AC-tf-dC
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11:00 Worship
a. m.-Morning
7:45 p. m.-Evening Worship Church Of Christ HOME FROM GEORGIA: FOR SALE: One CO gallon electric
9, 3:00: p. m, is deadline Mrs. Paul Rardl$' Is home from hot water heater, Glass lined.
( 125 N. 'W'Aenue'DPhon : I for making application to Palm Glennville, Ga. where she visited Perfect condition. Used 1 year',in<
Ii The Methodist Church WY 6-3867 I Beach Junior College for Fall her mother, :Mrs. W. O. Strickland. motel. Reason for selling, not large
? Canal Point, 'FloridaEdward Belle Glade, Fla. ; Term day classes. All other admission While In the Georgia town :Mrs. enough for motel but plenty large I
J r SUNDAY SERVICES forms must be in the Reg- Rardin and her mother visited enough for home. Call Plaza Motel,
F. Norton, Pastor 10:00: a. m.-Bible Study istrar's office not later than 3:00p. : Mrs. Wyman Gunter In Atlanta Clewlston, Florida, YUKON
SUNDAY: 11:00 a. m. Morning Worship m., August 13, according to El- for a few days. 25401. A6-pd.
9:45: a.: m.-Sunday School 7:30: p. m.-Evening Worship bert E. Bishop, Registrar. Applications -
11:00 a. m.-Morning Worship WEDNESDAY are running more thin 20
0:45: p. m.-Evening Worship 7:30: p. m.-:-Bible ,Study percent above the 1964 fall term
TUESDAY: 'W. and the Registrar's staff is work
8:00: p. m. -Woman's Society ing overtime to process admission
1st TuesdayWEDNESDAY City Products In papers.New. ENJOY DELIGHTFUL SUMMER' \
: / students who have not previously WEEKENDS OR VACATIONS AT LOW RATES, a

7:30 p. m.--Prayer. ... Meeting First Spot Again Junior College taken the placement Palm Beach tests 'JolM 7*wk Shout

d must do BO on August 11. These >
The Church Of God
Soft Ball will be given in the college audito-
Of Prophecy, PahokeeCanal rium from 7:45: a. m. to 2:00: p. in. Weekend Specials
Point Road I Transfer students with credit
John Pelham of last-place I. A, from another college are exempt
'10: a. m.-Sunday School M. took over the lead in the indi- from these te.tLOrientation on Beautiful
11:00: a. m.-Preaching Service for
vidual batting average race with a and counseling SINGER ISLAND
7:45: p. Evangelistic 5-for-9 performance that boosted all new and transfer students will ...- I

Service his average to.500. Tony Latour of be assigned for August 17, 18, 19 ......... FLORIDA
8:00 p. m. Tuesday-V.L.B. Glades Chevrolet fell to second- or 20 by the R gt8trar'" staff upon
8:00: p. m. Thursday-W.M.B., place with .488 as his team was completion of the applicant's file.. Bmaoa
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Everyone welcome. Special Idled by rain. Ernie Soles of Rash-
music and singing... If 1'. Dry Cleaners moved into the VISIT IN TALLAHASSEEMrs. Championship 18 Hole GOLF Courses-and ..w ,
.a- number three spot with four hits Selma Wilson and daughter Fabulous Ocean and Lake FISHING Daily
St. Mary's Catholic in eight trips to give him a .455 Linda, have returned home
Church average. Alvy Early of league- from a visit with relatives in Al I SWIMMING, SKIN DIVING, WATER SKIING and BOATING .
leading City Products climbed! bany and Colquit, Georgia. On their
Mm back Short 11Gb!. hotal and apartmart accommodations ara lOW offend it
from 13th, to fourth-place with return trip home they visited her .... .
gals la*\ ntas. Ucalad dvictif M the Attmttc Octtn. th Wind aridiM
Father Francis Fennech, Pastor 4-for-5 and four walks raising his daughter and family, Mr. and Mrs. h wnouMfed br Up'COIna for daily pl.y Drift.folti" ..| lit ip.cl l HttA tiurtwtr
Sunday Mass- 11:30: a. m. average to .433. Elmer B. Elliott, In Tallahassee. outboard mrtJtrwUI da Confessions before Mass .. 14 lauKMac lacilitlt OM of Florida's toast bathing Madias k kara.Ma .
.. City Products used a two-run a* .kMxpaasJv .<...Id ar .longs to DM Palm. Baacim Vail or writ May.
homer by Jim Tyson and a three- Mr. and Mrs. Wiley Tillls and .
South Side Church run blast by Joe Davis In the first Mrs. Frank Tillls and boys, Tom- UO ACCOMMOOATIONSI
inning to overcome a fielding my and George, spent several
'lj Of ChristI : lapse that had put them behind days camping out at Salerno this PALM IUCII IMOIU uabsuwrrt AISOCIA1IOII
1 I. 0. lOX .. IMILIIAOI, $A.
I ,4-0, and went OIJ.,10,win, 10-5. Alvy week. .w .. .
Belle Glade'rtor''frol :... .\ .. ... 81' .. IiW
j | Early George Mills,, IJ.nm Tyson .... .. ... ........ ... ..
Bowling Alle oil ltd.'80 bf&W Uiree t A. U. pitcher Mrs": Fisk ToUe'inti cnlid&i! of .. "" "

10.00 a. m.-Bible Study for eight hits among them in sup- Columbia, South Carolina, are the A&aaIan
11:00:: a. m.-Morning Worship port of the combined 1-hlt pitching guests for two weeks of her parents -
6:30 p: m.-Evening Service ,efforts of Phil Bonnell and Butch Rev. and :Mrs. Ed'Norton in M lIAR

7:30 p. m.-.Wed.. Bible Study, BuQef as the league leaders bombed Canal Point.
an tne. last place team 13"-0: In anibftrevlafed
The Pahokee ChurcH I cbhtesC: : Halted arte+ i ,.. I'1- ....; .. ... .r,. . ,. 1 J" "1" OJ''' v-. .
Nazarene 4% innings by the 10-run( ]rule.
Of The
Early connected for his leventhhODer

Rev. Wlllard Kilpatrl<& 'o ne&in'*that D'rfVe-M'game.: ''bU.etKb < a

433 Bacom Point Rd' .' \' game losifcr streak a"' Bill Thinking Of Building? .
Phone 924-7528 P. O. Box 882 Wyatt and Richard Van .anlnghohv -
SUNDAY SERVICES: fill Iecrb&iMhlj'holiii runs

9:45 a. m.-Sunday School Ina, 13-8 victory, froni. Loxa-
41:00 a. m. Sunday WorShfp ':ha thd. Wtlli'&leer nadT ftire'tf mts TAN; XV tJ'tL TTANT* !T I k SfiK tfS!' ":
6:30. p. m.--Juniors and VanLanin ham hit'hi.. fourth ....
7:00 p. m.-Sunday Evening homer as Geneva's. trimmed I. A. .
Evangelistic Service M., 1-2' f WEDNESDAY: loss for I..A. M. If your siifhhifef vadatt n is oVtfr aJid'ydu' are thinking of
7:30 p. m.-Midweek Prayer R9sniey s Cry Cleaners'' Vti\ L;

meetinlg. ; A. :M. 11-5 as Roy Goodaon and building a new home-you'll want to come and see Everglades -
"Where you are a stranger but Walter Parker drove bt ttve' this :

once"... 'I between them. Ernie' Soles and35111ib1 Federal l in Belle Glade or at our branch office in
Hoi n\ d ti+lb K1Q ik f(ectfsa

Church Of God, :I, T-4: .. Eart ey'sa'Laca.hat. YaM pilEked lip" Vothpltchm Pahokee. You will fMd'the' frl ndl/folk in either place

Barfield Highwa ,: vict6HesancT;rfb" owns A .
helpful when it comes to making plans for
9-4 record. Ed Fisher homered off very a new

A. L.Pahokee Stone Afijniater.Fla. Vann Fisher's for first Loxahatchee.homer in 114 It official was home-and the money to build it. Drop by either place

Phone 924-7393 .trips in league competition for twoseason. .
SUNDAY: 'diTd'hnke irtiluity. Y \\1'Il'b ltd ytit1 did.

0:45 a. m.-Sunday School W L GB I
11:00 a. m.-Morning Worship City Products 16 1Rashley
7:30 p. Evangelistic ,Service '* 13 6- 1 EVERGLADES
Glades Chev. ._._-_ t 7 T : FEDERAL
TUESDAY: Loxahatchee ._. 7 12 10
7:30 p. m.-Youth for Christ Geneva' 8 13 11; \ Savings And Loan Association
Service L A. M. 2 13 13

'1lr. and Jln, W. J1.! J apd ,Mr. and Mrs. W.. 1C. Weathers Pahokee Belle Glade
'P t deed family and Mr. and Mrs: 7:I.
from a visit with relatives m Humphries have returned home
Statesboro, Georgia.' from Salerno Beach.


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SChool while working. This applies to "The Wage and Hour office in 'I Linda Livingston Mrs. Sidney Preston of hollywood -
To Start children of migratory workers as North Miami will be glad to was the weekend guest of
well as local children. answer any questions about the To Wed \V. T. Hull, IV her sister and family Mr. aad
Watch Child Labor "The place for children Is in Fair Labor Standards Act," Mrs. A. R. Harrington. i
school not in the fields," Stokes Stokes added. The address Room Mr. and Mrs.L. Clinton Livings ..
added. "Today's children will grow 219, 12490 N. E. Seventh Ave., ton of Canal Point announce the
u Farmer in this area were reminded up in the world 'Which demands North Miami. _, Florida. approaching marriage of their BONNIE McCOY REGRET-.
that children under education and better skills. e--
'j daughter, Linda Marie, to William
II' 16 years of age are permitted tot Schooling now will ppen the door HOME FROM WESTERN TRIP THAT
work on farms only outside to opportunity in the future." Mr. and Mrs. Charles Maxson Thomas Hull. IV. of LaBelle, son
I school.hours, under federal law. Stokes pointed out that the 18-' will return to their home in Canal of Mr. and Mrs.*W. T. Hull, III BONNIE'SBEAUTY
I '''This word came from Rufus I* year age minimum does not applyto Point this weekend after a vaca- also of LaBelle. '
Stokes, field office supervisor of children who work on the' home' tion of three weeks that carried Miss Livingston is a graduate of '
the North Miami office of the farm for their parents or guard- them into many of the western Pahokee High School, attended SHOPWILL
Wage and Hour and Public Con- ians. He also said the Act',placesno states where Ufev visited; many Palm Beach Junior College and is
tracts Divisions, U. S. Department restrictions on farm' work by points of interest. Including 'Yellowstone ,presratty, empl0yeefrafr\lhe.. BankMrXHlftl BE CLOSED AS OF
of Labor. He said the Fair Labor minors 16 years old or oven* ,' ,National... .'Park.. .of Pte' \ SAT., AUG. 1, 1965: DUB
Standards Act prohibits minors I Compliance With the Fair Labor Is a graduate of La- HUSBAND
under 16 from working In agricul- Standards Act does not excuS3 Linda and Anne Butler left Belle High School and isemployed'by TO HER
ture during school hours for the 'noncompliance with State or local Tuesday for a two-weeks stay,with United States; Sugary Corp. In. BEING TRANSFERREDr
school district where they live .laws. .thelf'slate. hV Melbourne.Jt ''Bryant. / I

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K- clean up at clean-up time" PRICES IN''I you don't! It's going to do a vanish*
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I We've just got to have our lots emptybeforethe'66scomelSowe'reoffer.

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t'" ; "down-and-out" prices onevery'65 j ;''c Otl AtiYJHlrJG(

-- AND AFTER Ford left in stock.We've got all sizes, ,
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I. 'Futura Hardtop with its lively'new

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